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Council Minutes 3/21/07

VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
COUNCIL MINUTES
March 21, 2007

CALL TO ORDER (by Mayor Hartfield at 7:30 pm)


PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE


ROLL CALL
 Those responding to the roll call were Councilmembers Barsky, Mershon, O'Keefe, McGowan, Mayor Hartfield; Manager Holycross, and Law Director Crites.

 Councilmember Barsky made a motion to excuse Councilmember Tegtmeyer and Vice Mayor Herman.  Second by Councilmember McGowan.  Motion carried (5-0).  It was noted that Councilmember Tegtmeyer and Vice Mayor Herman would be attending the Council meeting late.  Vice Mayor Herman arrived to the meeting at 7:55 pm, and Councilmember Tegtmeyer arrived at 8:15pm.     

APPROVAL OF AGENDA (7:33 pm)
Councilmember O'Keefe moved accept the agenda as presented.  Seconded by Councilmember McGowan.  Motion carried (5-0).   

CITIZENS COMMENTS (7:32 pm)
Mayor Hartfield stated that there were some people in the audience here to speak about the proposed Cleveland Hall renovations.  She stated that Law Director Crites would provide an update as to where Council is in regards to this matter.  Law Director Crites stated that when the appeal is heard, Council would be acting in an administrative role and they shall render their decision based on the evidence and testimony given at that time.  Law Director Crites advised Council to not say or do anything that would suggest that they could not be fair and impartial to the parties in this matter or that they have prejudged the appeal. 

Jack Thornborough, 13 Donald Ross Drive, stated that he is aware that Council can hold the appeal hearing one of two dates and he asked that they consider only the second date because he is unable to attend the first meeting date that was proposed due to travel in Washington D.C. 

Joy Jung, 221 West Broadway, stated that their appeal for the Cleveland Hall renovation is not an attack on Denison University because she sees them as exceptional neighbors.  Moreover, she stated that her comments are not an attack on the donor or the architecture.  She stated that she does not agree with the manner in which the proposed addition has been interpreted for the Historic District.  Ms. Jung read aloud a letter that is attached as part of these minutes.

Jim Jung, 221 West Broadway, stated that when he renovated his home he proposed placing skylights on the east and west side and this was denied by the Planning Commission because you couldn't do glass due to the old structure.  Mr. Jung stated that he and his wife gladly complied.  He went on to say that they chose their home on West Broadway due to the historic nature.  Mr. Jung asked why he would have to modify his plans for the Planning Commission and Denison's plans entail dramatic changes that are allowed in the community.  Mr. Jung stated that this matter needs to be reassessed.  

Jean Ullman, 528 West Broadway, stated that she is in support of the appeal filed by Jim and Joy Jung.  Ms. Ullman read aloud a letter to that is attached as part of these minutes. 

Dennis Cauchon, 327 East Broadway, suggested that Council would be wise to set the appeal hearing date at a later time because the Charter calls for letters of notification to be sent by certified mail and this has not been followed.  He asked that the 10 day rule in the Charter should apply in this situation.

Paul Jacobs, 115 West College Street, questioned what the rationale is to enhance Cleveland Hall because he feels "the University is kicking the townspeople in the shins with this whole thing."  

Karen Karaft, 123 West Broadway, stated that she agrees with Mr. and Mrs. Jung and Denison University should have to adhere to the historic guidelines - just like residents.  She also stated that they received no formal notice about the hearing and she questioned why they do not receive these types of notices as they did a year back. 

John Bridge, 516 West Broadway, stated that he is an art major alumni of Denison University.  He stated that he spent three years in Cleveland Hall and he is familiar with the architecture firm hired to complete the renovation.  Mr. Bridge stated that the firm took on the project with great sensitivity of the historic nature.  Mr. Bridge stated that there will be improvements made from hiding ugly air conditioning units to burying electric lines.  He stated that he feels the design enhances rather than detracts from the historic nature.

Pete Ullman, 528 West Broadway, stated that he has lived in Granville for nearly eighty years and he does not agree with Mr. Bridges comments.  Mr. Ullman stated that he feels a "flash cube in the middle of town is ridiculous."


Mayor Hartfield closed Citizens' Comments at 8:54 pm.


PUBLIC HEARING
Ordinance No. 03-07, To Enact New Chapter 1177 Of The Codified Ordinances Of The Village Of Granville To Conform The Village Flood Hazard Overlay Zoning District To State Of Ohio Requirements And To Better Establish A System Of Flood Damage Prevention And Control Within The Village.

Discussion: Sharon Sellito, 215 South Cherry Street, asked if the flood plain area was moved and would a home previously not considered to be in a flood plain now be in a flood plain.  Manager Holycross stated that the base flood elevation was re-engineered and that no homes outside of the previous flood plain maps are now considered to be in a flood plain area.  Village Planner, Chris Strayer, stated that the Village was asked by FEMA and DNR to update the Ordinance to coincide with the newly reengineered maps and be consistent with new federal guidelines.  He also stated that the flood plain elevation level was reduced.  Ms. Sellito questioned the timing of the Ordinance and wondered if it had anything to do with a large developer purchasing land where a trailer park is located.  She went on to say that the timing seemed suspicious to her because this would allow this area to be developed with some ease.  Mr. Strayer stated that the Village has been working with DNR on the flood plain maps for two to three years and there is no correlation with the land purchase she was referencing.   

The public hearing for Ordinance No. 03-07 was closed at 7:55 pm. 

Vice Mayor Herman arrived at the Council meeting at 7:55 pm.

OLD BUSINESS
 Ordinance No. 03-07, To Enact New Chapter 1177 Of The Codified Ordinances Of The Village Of Granville To Conform The Village Flood Hazard Overlay Zoning District To State Of Ohio Requirements And To Better Establish A System Of Flood Damage Prevention And Control Within The Village was re-introduced by Councilmember O'Keefe.  Second by Councilmember Mershon. 

Discussion:  Councilmember Tegtmeyer arrived at the Council meeting at 8:15 pm during the discussion of Ordinance No. 03-07.

Councilmember O'Keefe stated that she has concern over keeping waterways clean.  She questioned if there is any protection to the waterways if there is a flood and items such as paint, chemicals, and insecticides are stored in buildings located within a flood plain.  Mr. Strayer stated that the Ordinance says that any new structure would have to be 1 ½ feet above the flood plain level and existing structures would not have to adhere to these standards.  Mr. Strayer stated that the current standards were suggested and accepted by DNR, but Council can certainly increase the standards if they wish.  Mr. Strayer suggested addressing any such concerns in the subdivision regulation Ordinance, rather than the Ordinance presently in front of Council.  Mayor Hartfield noted the specifications on page 11 of the Ordinance.  Councilmember Barsky noted that she is not certain that 1 ½ feet is enough and perhaps this needs to be raised and she stated that she would like to have some more information in front of her before making a final decision.  Councilmember Barsky also questioned if there were any habitat concerns in regards to the development of floodways.  She noted that even a single home could destroy a wetlands area, and perhaps having restrictions only within the subdivision regulations wouldn't cover a single family home.  Manager Holycross indicated that he felt the underlining zoning regulations would still cover such restrictions - that is if Council is satisfied with those current regulations.  Mr. Strayer stated that the Ordinance does need to be passed before May 2nd or the Village could risk losing flood insurance.  He stated that it can take up to a year to get flood insurance back if you lose it.  Mr. Strayer suggested that Council should pass the Ordinance this evening and make desired changes and propose them to DNR at a later time.  Councilmember Mershon questioned the section of the Ordinance that deals with development in flood plains.  He asked if a paved parking lot would be prohibited.  Mr. Strayer asked if Councilmember Mershon was questioning whether or not a parking lot would increase the flood plain by a foot.  He stated that any flood plain permit would be reviewed by the Village Planner, Manager, and Engineer.  Mr. Thornborough, who was in the audience, stated that it seemed as though the flood plain should be re-drawn on a map. 

Councilmember Mershon made a motion for a friendly amendment to page 20 of Ordinance No. 03-07 - to correct the spelling of "Please" to "Pleas"

Vice Mayor Herman questioned how it is that Council is locked into legislation that drops their flood plain.  Mr. Strayer explained that this process has been in the works for several years and there was time for public comment.  He went on to say that the Village did not make comments back to DNR because they didn't feel it was taking away from the Village, but rather adding land.  Vice Mayor Herman stated that buildable areas within the Village have been expanded and Council has no control over this.  Mr. Strayer stated that in an essence, yes, Vice Mayor Herman was correct.  Pete Ullman, who was in the audience, asked to speak in regards to the flood insurance.  Mayor Hartfield explained that they have moved from public comments into Council's discussion of the Ordinance and he would not be able to speak in regards to the Ordinance. 


Roll Call Vote on Ordinance No. 03-07: Barsky (yes), McGowan (yes), Mershon (yes), O'Keefe (yes), Tegtmeyer (abstain), Herman (no), Hartfield (yes).  (5-1).

Ordinance No. 03-07 is adopted as amended.


NEW BUSINESS
 
Resolution No. 07-14, A Resolution To Authorize The Village Manager To Seek Proposals For Property And Casualty Insurance Coverage For The Period Of July 1, 2007 Through June 30, 2010 Was Introduced By Councilmember McGowan.  Second by Councilmember Mershon.

Discussion: None.

Motion carried 7-0.  Resolution No. 07-14 is adopted. 

Resolution No. 07-15, A Resolution To Authorize The Village Manager To Advertise For Bids For The 2007 Street Resurfacing Projects Was Introduced By Councilmember McGowan.  Second by Councilmember Barsky.

Discussion: Councilmember O'Keefe asked if the sidewalks were being considered when asking for bids for the repaving on Burg Street.  Manager Holycross stated that this project would come from different monies.  Mayor Hartfield stated that there were funds in the budget that would handle this project in its entirety.  Manager Holycross stated that they could look at the sidewalk costs at the same time they are getting bids for repaving.  

Motion carried 7-0.  Resolution No. 07-15 is adopted. 

Resolution No. 07-16, A Resolution To Authorize The Village Manager To Advertise For Bids For The Replacement Of The Welsh Hills Road Culvert Was Introduced By Councilmember McGowan.  Second by Councilmember O'Keefe.

Discussion: Councilmember Mershon reiterated that 80% of the costs will be covered by the State.  Manager Holycross stated this is the case.  Mayor Hartfield stated that this project has needed to be done for quite some time.  Councilmember Tegtmeyer questioned the timing of the project.  Manager Holycross stated that they hope to get started this summer.  Councilmember Tegtmeyer asked if the State funds would be allotted at that time and if this would be handled as a normal bid.  Manager Holycross stated that the State monies will come this summer and they will handle the bid as they would a normal construction project. 

Motion carried 7-0.  Resolution No. 07-16 is adopted. 

Resolution No. 07-17, A Resolution To Authorize The Non-Permanent Installation Of A Sidewalk Café On The Public Sidewalk At 132 East Broadway In Front Of The Business Known As The "Village Coffee Company" For Calendar Year 2007, Subject To Restrictions Was Introduced By Councilmember McGowan.  Second by Councilmember Barsky.

Discussion: Councilmember McGowan noted Section A and he asked if it was included in all of the Resolutions with sidewalk cafes.  Manager Holycross stated yes.  Mayor Hartfield stated that businesses will need to follow the depth guidelines to place tables and chairs so pedestrians can walk by. 

Motion carried 7-0.  Resolution No. 07-17 is adopted. 

Resolution No. 07-18, A Resolution To Authorize The Non-Permanent Installation Of A Sidewalk Café On The Public Sidewalk At 126 East Broadway In Front Of The Business Known As The "Broadway Pub" For Calendar Year 2007, Subject To Restrictions Was Introduced By Councilmember McGowan.  Second by Councilmember Barsky.

Discussion: Councilmember McGowan stated that this particular Resolution calls for no alcoholic beverages to be served on the sidewalk.  He asked what the penalty would be if this is not adhered to.  Law Director Crites stated that Section M in the Resolution states that the permit can be terminated.  Councilmember McGowan stated that businesses serving alcohol and installing sidewalk café's should be aware of this section in the Resolution.  

Motion carried 7-0.  Resolution No. 07-18 is adopted. 

Resolution No. 07-19, A Resolution To Authorize The Non-Permanent Installation Of A Sidewalk Café On The Public Sidewalk At 138 East Broadway In Front Of The Business Known As The "Whit's Frozen Custard" For Calendar Year 2007, Subject To Restrictions Was Introduced By Councilmember McGowan.  Second by Councilmember Barsky.

Discussion: None.

Motion carried 7-0.  Resolution No. 07-19 is adopted. 

Resolution No. 07-20, A Resolution To Authorize The Non-Permanent Installation Of A Sidewalk Café On The Public Sidewalk At 132 East Broadway In Front Of The Business Known As The "Victoria's Parlor" For Calendar Year 2007, Subject To Restrictions Was Introduced By Councilmember McGowan.  Second by Councilmember O'Keefe.

Discussion: Vice Mayor Herman made a motion for a friendly amendment in the first "Where As" statement to change the word "he" to "her."

Motion carried 7-0.  Resolution No. 07-20 is adopted as amended. 

Resolution No. 07-21, A Resolution To Authorize The Non-Permanent Installation Of A Sidewalk Café On The Public Sidewalk At 130 North Prospect Street In Front Of The Business Known As The "Greek Eats" For Calendar Year 2007, Subject To Restrictions Was Introduced By Councilmember McGowan.  Second by Councilmember Barsky.

Discussion: Mayor Hartfield stated that this particular permit was given later in the year last year.  She asked if there were any complaints or problems.  Manager Holycross stated that he was not aware of any problems. 

Motion carried 7-0.  Resolution No. 07-21 is adopted. 

Resolution No. 07-22, A Resolution To Authorize Sidewalk Flower Sales On The Public Sidewalk At 130 East Broadway In Front Of The Business Known As The "Green Velvet" For Calendar Year 2007, Subject To Restrictions Was Introduced By Councilmember McGowan.  Second by Vice Mayor Herman.

Discussion: Vice Mayor Herman made a motion for a friendly amendment in the first "Where As" statement to change the word "he" to "her."


Motion carried 7-0.  Resolution No. 07-22 is adopted as amended.

Manager Holycross requested a five minute recess with Law Director Crites to discuss matters regarding a hearing date for the proposed Cleveland Hall addition. 

Council recessed at 8:40 pm and resumed the meeting at 8:47pm. 

 

CONTINUED BUSINESS

Report from the Deputy Clerk of Council on Service of Findings of Fact on those persons who spoke on the Cleveland Hall Addition at the Planning Commission Meeting; and to set the date for the hearing of the appeal of the Planning Commission's decision to approve that addition. 

Discussion: Law Director Crites stated that in light of comments and concerns raised this evening - he suggests not setting a date for the appeal hearing for Cleveland Hall until the staff is aware that all parties involved have received the proper notification required by the Charter.  Law Director Crites stated that he should know by the next day (Thursday) when the hearing date can be set.  He went on to say that the Findings of the Planning Commission need to be sent to those in attendance at the Planning  Commission meeting.  Councilmember Mershon stated that according to the Charter, a hearing has to be set at one of two next Council meetings AFTER the hearing date has been established. 


EXECUTIVE SESSION
 Councilmember  Barsky  moved to enter into Executive Session, Pursuant to ORC 121.22(G)(1) - "To consider the appointment, dismissal, or discipline of a public official.  Second by Councilmember McGowan.

 Roll call vote: Barsky (yes), McGowan (yes), Mershon (no), O'Keefe (yes),Hartfield (yes), Tegtmeyer (yes), Herman (yes).

Time in: 8:55 pm.  Motion carried 6-1.


 Councilmember Mershon moved to return to regular session.  Second by Councilmember McGowan

 Roll call vote:  Tegtmeyer, Herman, Mershon, Barsky, Hartfield, O'Keefe, Barsky.

Time out: 9:10 pm.  Motion carried 7-0.

NEW BUSINESS CONTINUED

Resolution No. 07-23, To Fill Vacancies On The Planning Commission was Introduced by Councilmember Barsky.  Second by Councilmember McGowan. 

Discussion: Councilmember McGowan inquired if they have received a suggestion for appointment by the School Board.  He suggested that it might be wise to wait for their recommendation.  Mr. Strayer stated that he left a message with the Superintendent of Schools, but has not received any word back.  Councilmember Barsky stated that she agrees with Councilmember McGowan.  Councilmember Tegtmeyer questioned the amount of time for people to respond.  She stated that one week is not a lot of time and perhaps they should set a new date for accepting applications.  She stated that it seems there should be some type of standard time that they adhere to when trying to receive applications of interest. 

Vice Mayor Herman moved to table Resolution 07-23.  Second by Councilmember Tegtmeyer.   

Resolution No. 07-23 is tabled.  Motion carried 6-1 with Councilmember Mershon voting nay.  

Resolution No. 07-24, To Fill Vacancies On The Board of Zoning and Building Appeals  was Introduced by Councilmember Barsky.  Second by Councilmember Mershon. 

Discussion: Council discussed being consistent filling the vacancies on the Planning Commission, as well as the BZBA.  Mayor Hartfield stated that the extended time to receive applications is not a reflection on the applicants, but on the process itself.  Councilmember Barsky stated that they have allowed more time for applicants to apply to serve on these committees in years past. 

Councilmember O'Keefe made a motion to table Resolution No. 07-24.  Second By Councilmember Barsky. 

Resolution No. 07-24 is tabled.  Motion carried 6-1 with Councilmember Mershon voting nay.  


Resolution No. 07-25, A Resolution To Authorize The Village Manager To Advertise For Bids For Towing And Impounding Was Introduced By Vice Mayor Herman.  Second by Councilmember Barsky. 

Discussion:  Councilmember O'Keefe questioned how long the contract would last.  Manager Holycross stated that the previous contract was bid out for a three year period. 

Resolution No. 07-25 is adopted.  Motion carried 7-0.

Resolution No. 07-26, A Resolution Of Appreciation For Chris Strayer Was Introduced By Councilmember O'Keefe.  Second by Councilmember Barsky. 

Discussion:  The Resolution was read aloud and Council thanked Chris Strayer for his work and wished him success in his next position.  Mr. Strayer thanked Council and stated that it was been a pleasure to work for the Village.   

Resolution No. 07-26 is adopted.  Motion carried 7-0.

 


REVIEW OF MINUTES
Regularly Scheduled Meeting of March 7,  2007.
 Councilmember Barsky moved to approve the minutes as amended.  Seconded by Councilmember O'Keefe.   Motion to approve carried 7-0.


MAYOR'S COURT REPORT -  February
The Mayor's Court Report for the month of February was presented for review.

 Discussion: Mayor Hartfield requested to have trend/graph reporting on a quarterly basis, rather than monthly.  She asked that Council still receive a monthly Mayor's and Manager's Report.  Councilmember Barsky stated that there are control chart statistics that can used to throw out random incidences.  She suggested looking at programs that have total quality control charts.  Councilmember Mershon stated that this type of reporting is available in Excel.  
 
Councilmember Barsky moved to accept the February report, seconded by Councilmember McGowan.  Motion carried 7-0.

 Mayor Hartfield instructed the report be filed with the Clerk.  A copy of the said report is included as part of these minutes. 

MANAGER'S REPORT - February
The Manager's Report for the month of February was presented for review. 

 Discussion: Councilmember Barsky noted a decline in the street fund.  Vice Mayor Herman noted a higher end of year balance in the General Revenue Fund.  Manager Holycross stated that this is spillover from the year before.  Councilmember O'Keefe asked if any extraordinary costs are expected to repair road conditions from this year.  Manager Holycross stated that they do have some repairs, but nothing out of the ordinary.  Councilmember Barsky stated that there are several alleys that need tended to.  Councilmember McGowan stated that he has noticed that the red lights are flashing and have not yet changed over with daylight savings time.  Councilmember Barsky inquired about the clock outside of the Village offices; She stated that the time is incorrect.  Manager Holycross explained that the clock is set to automatically change later in the month.  He stated that the clock company wants $400 to reset this feature and DanR Electric is working with the clock company to get instructions to fix the time. 
 
Councilmember Barsky  moved to accept the February report, seconded by Councilmember McGowan.  Motion carried 7-0.

 Mayor Hartfield instructed the report be filed with the Clerk.  A copy of said report is included as part of these minutes. 

 


COMMITTEE REPORTS  

Economic, Finance, Personnel Committee (EFP) - (Herman, Mershon, Tegtmeyer) 
Vice Mayor Herman asked Manager Holycross to provide an update to Council in regards to the River Road project.  Manager Holycross stated that he has had discussions with three individuals who might be able to work with the staff and Council to move the process along.  He stated that one person was recommended by Vice Mayor Herman and he has previous experience with a bond counsel.  Manager Holycross stated that he is waiting on some additional information from this individual.  Manager Holycross went on to say that he has also had discussions with the consulting firm used for the Comprehensive Plan - Pogemeyer.  Lastly, he stated that he also spoke with their current bond counsel.  Manager Holycross indicated that he hoped to have additional information to Council by the next Council meeting.  Councilmember O'Keefe asked how the transportation corridor - Main Street - would be handled.  Manager Holycross explained that anyone brought on board would have expertise in financials, transportation, costs/benefits, etc.  Councilmember Barsky inquired on a timeframe.  Manager Holycross indicated that he is still looking at the scope of work and he hopes to have this approved by Council at their next meeting.  Jack Thornborough, who was in the audience, suggested that Council would be wise to use excess funds in the General Revenue Fund to hire a senior planner, rather than a junior planner which has been sought after in years past.  He stated that if someone with experience was hired in the planning position, an outside consultant may not need to be brought in and this matter could be handled in house. 

Granville Foundation - (Tegtmeyer)
Councilmember Tegtmeyer stated that grants have been made and Richard Scott is the new president.  She went on to say that the Foundation is now looking at what it can do as they grow and move into the future.  She stated that the Foundation funds have doubled and the potential is huge to best serve the needs of Granville.  She asked for Council to send any suggestions/opinions to her.  Vice Mayor Herman stated that it would be good to ask all the constituencies to get together.  Councilmember Barsky suggested keeping attuned to the Comprehensive Plan.

Light, Safety, Sts/Sidewalks, Utility Committee (LSSU) - (Hartfield, Herman, McGowan)
No Report.

Planning Commission - (O'Keefe)
Councilmember O'Keefe stated that they looked at the zoning code amendments and there were several suggestions by committee members outlined in the meeting minutes.  She stated that some felt the regulations are too broad and need to be more specific for developers.  Councilmember O'Keefe stated that she heard from committee members that the proposed $2000 fee in lieu of open green space is not encouraging enough.  She also stated that members of the Planning Commission feel as though they are charged by Council to make decisions, yet they question why they can be over-turned by Council.  She stated that there were objections to Council initiating appeals.  Vice Mayor Herman stated that he has significant issues with this feeling by the Planning Commission.  He suggested that it would be wise to have a joint meeting with members of the Planning Commission before any further appointments are made.  Councilmember Tegtmeyer stated that she agrees with Vice Mayor Herman and she stated that she attended the Planning Commission meeting where Assistant Law Director Jim Gorry gave an overview of Planning Commission responsibilities.  She stated that this was very enlightening for her and a good refresher for all of Council and Commission members. 

Councilmember O'Keefe stated that she is unable to attend the March 26th Planning Commission meeting.  Mayor Hartfield indicated that she may be able to attend in Councilmember O'Keefe's place. 

Planning & Zoning Committee - (Barsky, Mershon, O'Keefe)
No Report.

Comprehensive Plan - (Barsky)
No Report.

Recreation Commission - (McGowan)
No Report. 

Senior Committee - (O'Keefe)
No Report.

Tree & Landscape Commission (Barsky)
Councilmember Barsky stated that the Arbor Day celebration will be sometime in April. 

Union Cemetery (Mershon)
Councilmember Mershon stated that they will have vacancies that he believes can be filled at the next scheduled joint meeting in May.  He went on to say that they are looking for volunteers to help with weeding and planting for the summer months.  Councilmember Mershon stated that anyone willing to help in the cemetery can contact Wes Sargeant, Rob Drake, or himself.   

 

OTHER COUNCIL MATTERS
Proclamation to Proclaim March 2007 as Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities (MRDD) Month. 

Mayor Hartfield read aloud the proclamation.  Councilmember Tegtmeyer asked if a copy of the Proclamation could be sent to Superintendent Nancy Neely.  Manager Holycross stated that he would take care of this. 

Mayor Hartfield asked Council to consider having set times for committee meetings.

Councilmember O'Keefe asked if the article in the Sentinel provided more information about items that will be on the agenda at committee meetings.  Manager Holycross stated that the previous article seemed to be clearer and they are continuing to work to not be vague.  Councilmember Mershon suggested providing scanned copies of applications on the website.  Manager Holycross stated that they have starting posting the staff report with applicant's home addresses and he agreed they can do more.  He stated that new signs posted at the applicant's address will include a phone number and website address for more information. 

Mayor Hartfield acknowledged the receipt of the priorities list.  She asked members of Council to forward any comments to Manager Holycross, as well as the rest of Council by the next Council meeting. 

 

ADJOURNMENT (10:05 pm)
 Councilmember McGowan moved to adjourn.  Second by Councilmember Tegtmeyer.  Motion carried, 7-0.  Meeting adjourned.

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