Regular Council Meeting Minutes from February 28, 2017

 

EASTLAKE CITY COUNCIL

REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES

FEBRUARY 28, 2017

 

The Regular Meeting of the Eastlake City Council was held at Eastlake City Hall, 35150 Lakeshore Boulevard.  The Meeting was called to order by Council President Ms. DePledge at approximately 7:09 p.m.   

 

The Pledge of Allegiance was recited.

 

ATTENDEES

Members of Council in attendance were Mr. Zuren, Mr. Meyers, Mr. Kasunick, Mr. Spotton, Mr. Evers, Mr. Hoefle and Council President Ms. DePledge.  Also in attendance was Council Clerk Mrs. Simons. 

 

Those attending from the Administration were Mayor Morley, Fire Chief Whittington, Police Chief Reik and Service Director Rubertino, City Engineer Gwydir, Finance Director Schindel and Law Director Klammer.  CBO Menn was absent and excused.

 

Ms. DePledge: If anyone is recording this meeting as courtesy to the public will you please identify yourself so that the fellow attendees know that they are being recorded.

 

APPROVAL OF MINUTES

Regular Council Meeting –February 14, 2017 are not yet complete and therefor there will not be a motion to approve them during this meeting we will do it at the next meeting. 

 

COUNCIL PRESIDENT’S REPORT – President Ms. DePledge

Meetings Scheduled

Ms. DePledge: The next Council-as-a-Whole Committee Meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, March 14, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. The Regular Council meeting will be convened immediately following the adjournment of the Council-as-a-Whole Committee meeting.  As part of my report I would like to bring to the attention of the public that the Boulevard of 500 Flags Annual fund raiser will be Friday, April 21, 2017 at the Patrician Party Center.  Tickets are $35.00 per person.  It is a tremendous fund raiser and it is an organization that was started by residents, veterans and volunteers.  They have turned it into a 501 C-3 and they do a tremendous job.  You should try and make an effort to come out on Friday, April 21st to support this organization.  Because City Council isn’t allowed to meet separately all of our meetings have to be public and they have to be announced so I just have a few housekeeping issues.  There is an issue regarding personalized coats, jackets and the names and getting what you want in for an order.  If you have an issue that is your issue the shirts do not have to match.  Pick out your shirt and your size and give the information to Mrs. Simons within two weeks and she will order your shirts that you need.   

 

There were no further questions of Council President DePledge.

 

COMMUNICATIONS & PETITIONS

1.      A communication CBO Menn for the issuance of a Conditional Use Permit to Dale Colagross d/b/a The Bait Shop.

Ms. DePledge: This was discussed in Council-As-A-Whole and will be added to this evening’s agenda.

 

2.      A communication from The Walter Drane Company regarding the November 2016 Codified Ordinances replacement pages.

Ms. DePledge: This was discussed in Council-As-A-Whole and will be added to this evening’s agenda.

 

3.      A communication from the Administration for the sale of a 2012 Dodge Charger on Ebay.

Ms. DePledge: This was discussed in Council-As-A-Whole and will be added to this evening’s agenda.

 

4.                  A communication from the Administration regarding the sale of the JFK property.

Ms. DePledge: This will be referred to the Finance Committee for further discussion.

 

COMMITTEE REPORTS

Ms. DePledge: An Finance Committee Meetings was held on February 21, 2017.  Mr. Evers was absent and excused and Mr. Zuren has a report from that meeting.  Mr. Zuren?

 

Finance Committee Meeting & ECDC – Mr. Zuren

Mr. Zuren: Thank you Madam President.  There was a Finance Committee Meeting held last Tuesday, February 21.  The agenda included legislation to enter into a five year lease agreement for an ambulance for the Fire Department and a loader for the Service Department.  That legislation was moved to Council-As-A-Whole.  Also on the agenda was the revenue side of the 2017 Budget.  The expense side of the budget will be discussed and reviewed at the next Finance Committee Meeting.  There was an ECDC meeting today at 5:30 p.m. and we discussed in that Committee the upcoming Job Fair, which will be held on May 13 at North High School from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.  More information will be forth coming.  We also discussed a nature weekend that should be held over the summer.  Regarding the nature weekend we are getting ODNR involved regarding kayaking and possible free fishing, bird watching for the eagles and the Eastlake Historical Society.  Lastly we discussed was recognition and award program for community impact, community kids and home improvement.  With that I am open for questions.

 

There were no further questions of Mr. Zuren.

 

Ordinance Committee Meeting- Mr. Spotton

Mr. Spotton: At the meeting we discussed items and some of them were tabled which was the deer control legislation was tabled for further discussion.  

 

There were no further questions of Mr. Spotton.

 

Ms. DePledge: Mr. Hoefle?

 

Mr. Hoefle: Mr. Spotton did chair the last Ordinance Committee Meeting and I would like to schedule another one for next Tuesday, March 7.  I know that we will probably have a Finance Committee Meeting as well.  Would just like to have the Deer Ordinance on and we could meet with that again.

 

Ms. DePledge: We will do that first because the Finance Committee Meeting is going to be the expense review.

 

Mr. Hoefle: Then we can wrap up any another comments or questions that anybody else has get them over to me.  There is some language in there that we want to try and clean up so we can decide if we are going to move it forward to Council-As-A-Whole.  We can also look at possibly putting it on the November ballot and we will discuss that at that point. 

 

Mr. Klammer: Madam President could you put the Marijuana Cultivation License into that same committee to get it moving?

 

Ms. DePledge: Yes.  Mr. Spotton did you have a Ward Meeting?

 

Mr. Spotton: We had a Ward 1 and Ward 4 Meeting that was held here at City Hall on Saturday, February 25th at 10:00 a.m.  Mr. Zuren and I discussed topics affecting the city such as: medical marijuana, the construction projects in the city, the fire levy, ECDC updates that Mr. Zuren had discussed, and the status of previous items that were discussed at previous Ward Meetings.  They were photographic traffic enforcement, Mayor’s Court and deer control.  We are looking forward to having another Ward 1& Ward 4 Meeting in the next couple months.  That concludes my report.

 

There were no further questions of Mr. Spotton.

 

Mr. Evers: On March 7th after the Ordinance Committee Meeting the Finance Committee Meeting can meet…

 

Ms. DePledge: Just a reminder that the WPCC Committee Meeting is scheduled for tomorrow here at Eastlake City Hall at 6:00 p.m.  I may be late and I will try to be there.

 

MOTION

MOTION: Mr. Meyers moved to add Legislation No. 02-28-(06) to this evening’s agenda an Ordinance authorizing the issuance of a Conditional Use Permit for a Bait and Tackle Shop to Dale E. Colagross, d/b/a The Bait Shack, 140 Forest Drive, Eastlake, Ohio.  Mr. Hoefle second.

 

ROLL CALL: Yeas unanimous.

 

Motion carried Legislation No. 02-28-(06) is added to this evening’s agenda.

 

MOTION: Mr. Spotton moved to add Legislation No. 02-28-(07) to this evening’s agenda an Ordinance to revise the Codified Ordinances by adopting current replacement pages.  Mr. Hoefle second.

 

ROLL CALL: Yeas unanimous.

 

Motion carried Legislation No. 02-28-(07) is added to this evening’s agenda.

 

MOTION: Mr. Evers moved to add Legislation No. 02-28-(08) to this evening’s agenda a Resolution authorizing and directing the Director of Public Service to sell on Ebay a 2012 Dodge Charger.  Mr. Hoefle second.

 

ROLL CALL: Yeas unanimous.

 

Motion carried Legislation No. 02-28-(08) is added to this evening’s agenda.

 

RECOGNITION OF THE PUBLIC

Ms. DePledge recognized the public input at this time; she reminded the speakers that there is a 3-minute limit for their comments; all comments are to be directed to the Chair and not include any personalities or individuals.    

 

There was no one else who wished to speak.

 

LEGISLATION PROPOSED - First number will be 2017-010

02-28-(01)                               ORDINANCE NO.:________

 

Requested by:  Administration

Sponsored by:  Ordinance Committee

 

An Ordinance amending Section 1305.05 “Powers; Rules or Procedure”, specifically Subsection (d), of the Codified Ordinances of the City of Eastlake, and declaring an emergency.

 

MOTION:  Mr. Kasunick moved to suspend the rules requiring separate readings and reading in full.  Mr. Hoefle second.

 

ROLL CALL: Yeas unanimous.

 

MOTION:  Mr. Evers moved to adopt.  Mr. Hoefle second.

 

ROLL CALL: Yeas unanimous.

 

Motion carried. Legislation is adopted as Resolution No. 2017-010.

 

02-28-(02)                               ORDINANCE NO.:___________

 

Requested by: Fire Marshal Lt. Douglas Drake

Sponsored by: Ordinance Committee

 

An Ordinance amending Section 1501.01 “Adoption”, specifically Subsection (a), of the Codified Ordinances of the City of Eastlake, and declaring an emergency.

 

MOTION:  Mr. Evers moved to suspend the rules requiring separate readings and reading in full.  Mr. Hoefle second.

 

ROLL CALL: Yeas unanimous.

 

MOTION:  Mr. Evers moved to adopt.  Mr. Hoefle second.

 

ROLL CALL: Yeas unanimous.

 

Motion carried. Legislation is adopted as Resolution No. 2017-011.

 

02-28-(03)                               ORDINANCE NO.:_________

 

Requested by: Fire Marshal Douglas Drake

Sponsored by: Ordinance Committee

 

An Ordinance amending Chapter 1511 “Open Burning,” of the Codified Ordinances of the City of Eastlake, and declaring an emergency.

 

MOTION:  Mr. Evers moved to suspend the rules requiring separate readings and reading in full.  Mr. Hoefle second.

 

ROLL CALL: Yeas unanimous.

 

MOTION:  Mr. Evers moved to adopt.  Mr. Hoefle second.

 

ROLL CALL: Yeas unanimous.

 

Motion carried. Legislation is adopted as Resolution No. 2017-012.

 

02-28-(04)                               RESOLUTION NO.:_________

 

Requested by:  Administration

Sponsored by:  Finance Committee

                                                                                   

A Resolution granting permission to the Mayor and Director of Finance to purchase at State minimum pricing an ambulance, from Penn Care, Inc., for a Sixty Month (60) lease purchase dollar buy out, through Tax-Exempt Leasing Corporation, and declaring an emergency.

 

MOTION:  Mr. Zuren moved to suspend the rules requiring separate readings and reading in full.  Mr. Evers second.

 

ROLL CALL: Yeas unanimous.

 

MOTION:  Mr. Zuren moved to adopt.  Mr. Evers second.

 

ROLL CALL: Yeas unanimous.

 

Motion carried. Legislation is adopted as Resolution No. 2017-013.

 

02-28-(05)                               RESOLUTION NO.:_________

 

Requested by:  Administration

Sponsored by:  Finance Committee

                                                                                   

A Resolution granting permission to the Mayor and Director of Finance to purchase at State minimum pricing a loader, from Burns Industrial Equipment, Inc., for a Sixty Month (60) lease purchase dollar buy out, through JCB Finance, and declaring an emergency.

 

MOTION:  Mr. Zuren moved to suspend the rules requiring separate readings and reading in full.  Mr. Evers second.

 

ROLL CALL: Yeas unanimous.

 

MOTION:  Mr. Zuren moved to adopt.  Mr. Evers second.

 

ROLL CALL: Yeas unanimous.

 

Motion carried. Legislation is adopted as Resolution No. 2017-014.

 

02-28-(06)                               ORDINANCE NO.:__________

 

Requested by:             Planning Commission

Sponsored by: Planning Committee

 

An Ordinance authorizing the issuance of a Conditional Use Permit for a Bait and Tackle Shop to Dale E. Colagross, d/b/a The Bait Shack, 140 Forest Drive, Eastlake, Ohio, and declaring an emergency.       

 

MOTION:  Mr. Meyers moved to suspend the rules requiring separate readings and reading in full.  Mr. Hoefle second.

 

ROLL CALL: Yeas unanimous.

 

MOTION:  Mr. Meyers moved to adopt.  Mr. Hoefle second.

 

ROLL CALL: Yeas unanimous.

 

Motion carried. Legislation is adopted as Resolution No. 2017-015.

 

02-28-(07)                            ORDINANCE NO.:__________

 

Requested by: Clerk of Council

Sponsored by: Council

 

 

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An ordinance to revise the Codified Ordinances by adopting current replacement pages and declaring an emergency.

 

MOTION:  Mr. Spotton moved to suspend the rules requiring separate readings and reading in full.  Mr. Hoefle second.

 

ROLL CALL: Yeas unanimous.

 

MOTION:  Mr. Spotton moved to adopt.  Mr. Hoefle second.

 

ROLL CALL: Yeas unanimous.

 

Motion carried. Legislation is adopted as Resolution No. 2017-016.

 

02-28-(08)                            RESOLUTION NO.:__________

 

Requested by:  Administration

Sponsored by:  Council

 

A Resolution authorizing and directing the Director of Public Service to sell on Ebay a 2012 Dodge Charger, and declaring an emergency.

 

MOTION:  Mr. Evers moved to suspend the rules requiring separate readings and reading in full.  Mr. Spotton second.

 

ROLL CALL: Yeas unanimous.

 

MOTION:  Mr. Evers moved to adopt.  Mr. Spotton second.

 

ROLL CALL: Yeas unanimous.

 

Motion carried. Legislation is adopted as Resolution No. 2017-017.

 

LEGISLATION PENDING:

There was no Legislation Pending.

 

UNFINISHED BUSINESS  

There was no Unfinished Business.

 

NEW BUSINESS

There was no New Business.

 

ADMINISTRATIVE REPORTS:

MAYOR/SAFETY DIRECTOR – Dennis Morley

Mayor Morley: Thank you Madam President and welcome everyone to this evenings meeting.  As you see that we have requested to have a Finance Committee Meeting for the sale of the JFK and we would like that on the March 7th…in the next couple of days the Law Director and Mr. Rayburn’s attorney’s are finishing up on a couple of items and we will it for you by the weekend so that you can take a look at it…or probably before the weekend.  If you have any questions contact me or the Law Director after you receive it.  It is a thirteen page document and we believe that we negotiated well…it is a fair deal for both.  We are looking forward to moving that ahead.  We have continued to…Mr. Menn and I have been meeting with some businesses that are looking to come into the city and we are trying to button up some things to get a couple of them in.  The Vineyards have had talks with some people and they still have not been able to tell me who is looking to go into where the old Valu King.  It will not be a grocery store because of the deed restriction with food sale until 2019.  I know that Mr. Rubertino and his group continue to work on the potholes and we are dealing with them as they come in.  Mr. Rubertino has his group going up and down the streets looking.  That concludes my report and I am open for questions.

 

Ms. DePledge: Mayor just for the record and to make sure that we are clear…how many meetings have we had already to discuss the medical marijuana issue?  I can think of three.

 

Mayor Morley: Three or four.

 

Ms. DePledge: We had the Informational Meeting and it has been in Finance and it was discussed at the Ward 1 and Ward 4 Meeting.

 

Mayor Morley: It’s been out there for the public.  Actually my Gazette Article from March will have their website buckeyerelief.com.  People can go on there and they have a forum on there where they can ask questions.  Anyone who has been contacting me…residents or that Mr. Rayburn has been talking to them.  It’s more good than bad and we’ve had a few emails.  Not from our residents just from people who are against it.  There’s been a lot of positive.

 

Ms. DePledge: I know that there have been at least two articles in the news paper that were relevant to it.  It has definitely been published as much as we can.  It has also been on social media.

 

There were no further questions of Mayor Morley.

 

FIRE CHIEF – Ted Whittington

Chief Whittington:  Thank you Madam President.  I want to thank Council for their support obviously with the ambulance.  It is a big to do for us as a community as well as the Fire Department.  Thank you for your support on that.  Also with a couple of the ordinances I know that Lt. Drake works hard to make sure that he is out there doing the right thing.  Even something as small as the ordinance changes like that are a big deal for us.  We have been busy on the fire side which is off and on during the year.  We had a residential fire on Friday afternoon and I know that the family has gotten some good outreach from the schools.  We are keeping an eye on it and we are doing as much as we can for them.  Everyone was okay and I know that they had some issues…we lost a cat and they a couple of animals that got out of the house that they were still looking for.  I think that they are still in the process unless someone has heard something different.

 

Mr. Evers: They were found.

 

Chief Whittington: They were found…and then Monday morning we had a commercial fire at Four Sports on Melinz Parkway.  They had a kitchen fire that did some substantial damage in there.  However, we are working with them and Lt. Drake is doing the work to make sure that we keep them open and doing what we can to make them profitable.  I am sure that they will not be able to cook for a while but we are hopeful that he can keep the sports coming in and out and to maybe use the bar area as things get cleaned up.  That concludes my report and I am open for questions.

 

There were no further questions of Chief Whittington.

 

POLICE CHIEF – Larry Reik   

Chief Reik:  I appreciate that you guys moved forward on the Ebay sale.  I am hoping to…once that money comes to discuss…I spoke with the Mayor and with Ms. Schindel.  Hopefully get some money squeezed out to hopefully get another cruiser because we are doing one to one and a half a year average…the wear and tear on the car to keep what we have running as well as we can just like every other department.  Without over spending we try to keep the overall cost for the year down by replacing what we have to replace.  Watching the Fire Department work on Friday they did well as always with the house fire.  There is nothing else on the police side so I am open for questions.

 

There were no further questions of Chief Reik.

 

CHIEF BUILDING OFFICIAL – David Menn

Mr. Menn was absent and excused.   

 

There were no questions of Mr. Menn.

 

SERVICE DIRECTOR – Nick Rubertino

Mr. Rubertino:  Good evening everybody.  I would like to thank you for moving the loader forward.  In the last couple of years since I have taken on as director we added a new back hoe which was much needed.  The loader is substantially needed and I greatly appreciate that.  We are bringing our stock back up to where it needs to be.  It is something that is going to be here long after I’m gone I’m sure but I do appreciate and hopefully we can continue to move forward with the equipment that we need.  With the little income that we have coming in will help us with that.  As everybody might not know yet we have removed the Marci at the corner of Rt. 91 and Vine St.  The albatross has been there for eight years and it has never worked and it is in storage.  We did not scrap it but if you get calls on it, it has been removed and we don’t intend on putting the sign back up.  We are also going to have…Mr. Gwydir will handle that part.  We are on potholes every single day so if someone gives you a call or if you see any please give me a call.  We will jump on any that seem to be critical at that moment but we are out there every day.  We do not reimburse for pothole damage to any vehicle.  No community does that so if someone reaches out to you looking for reimbursement unfortunately it not something financially that we can do.  They can make a police report and turn it into their insurance company if they feel it’s that bad.  I honestly don’t see any that ever get that although some people may think that their damage is substantial.  We will continue to monitor and get ready for the catch basins that are another project with County’s help we have been able to tackle over the last couple of years.  We probably have approximately eighty-seven of them and they range anywhere from critical to ones that need to get done.  We will work on the ones that are an emergency concept that we believe first and then go from there.  The ditch that is in front of City Hall will be piped in so we can easily maintain the front area of City Hall and it will also help with the flow of water.  There will be some work going on out there and there might be a little delay in traffic and I don’t think that anything of great deal will come from that.  With that I am open for questions.

 

Mr. Spotton: I called Mr. Rubertino for some potholes over on Waterbury Drive and it was fixed the following day and I saw on social media that they were appreciative of it and I just wanted to pass it on.

 

Mr. Rubertino: Thank you very much.  We try to get there right away.  With the eagles nest you know that it is down there and it is very, very, very popular.  We have a couple of signs down there indicating what can and can’t be done down there.  We have also added a temporary fence there and picnic tables…I don’t know if anybody goes by there but on a given nice day…this weekend there had to be thirty cars down there at one time.  People are everywhere and they love it…if anybody goes onto Eastlake Eagles Aries the photographs are phenomenal.  That has been a positive move on that end and that’s it.     

 

There were no further questions of Mr. Rubertino.  

 

CITY ENGINEER – Tom Gwydir

Mr. Gwydir: Thank you Madam President Members of Council and Mayor.  ODOT has sent me a message indicating that work is going to begin on State Route 91 Bridge that goes over State Route 2…they started surveying yesterday.  This coming Monday, March 6th they will begin the preliminary maintenance of traffic operations and that will be putting cross over’s in a little bit south of the bridge on Route 91 in the median, because they will be redecking the bridges over the railroad.  On March 20th it will go down to one lane of traffic each way across that bridge and it will stay that way fairly through the entire construction season.  At that time there will be no left turns so for people heading south will not be able to go east bound on Route 2.  People coming north out of Willoughby will not be able to go west bound on State Route 2.  That is because of all the ramp work and rip out that they are going to be doing.  I would strongly encourage anybody that uses that as a regular route to find alternate routes into Willoughby.  There will be posted detours but obviously there’s a number of ways that folks can go. If you need to get onto Route 2 I suggest that you use Vine Street over to State Route 2 instead of going across Route 91.  It will help them out and it will help us out.  I would anticipate probably a high volume of calls once the maintenance of traffic is instituted on March 20th.  It is topical of construction projects, which I believe it will be once people figure out the way to go and they aren’t confused by it anymore those calls will tail off.  It typically takes three to five days.  The other major project that is going on in the city is the Quentin Road Equalization Basin and we call it the “Big Dig” for the lack of a better term.  They have excavated it now down to the level where they need to start installing the soil supports around the outside of the hole.  That work is pending…it slowed down a little bit because there is so much soil to excavate that they are having trouble getting rid of it.  They have a dump site from DeMilta and a dump site at Lake County when the weather goes bad or when it gets muddy those dump sites close.  It precludes the work until they re-open and they can take the soil.  So it has been a little uneven in terms of the work but once it gets a little warmer here and the soil support goes in the job will move straight forward.  That shouldn’t have any impact on traffic or the like in the area except for deliveries and things like that.  With that I am open for questions.

 

There were no questions of Mr. Gwydir.

 

FINANCE DIRECTOR – Carol-Ann Schindel

Ms. Schindel had no report this evening.

 

There were no questions of Ms. Schindel.

 

LAW DIRECTOR – Randy Klammer

Mr. Klammer: Thank you Madam President Members of Council and Mayor Morley. You are going to get the JFK real estate purchase agreement and just a note to everybody and to Mrs. Simons as well that we will need to…the legislation is going to need to first declare that it is not needed for public purpose, which we all know that it’s not and that we are going to exempt from the ten (10) acre maximum in 125.13.  Remember that we passed it years ago that allowed us to avoid competitive bidding for the Revised Code for properties.  As it turns out it is ten point eight six (10.86) acres.  We probably assume that it was ten (10) acres when we passed the ordinance and I think that is what it was designed for this particular property.  As it turns out it is ten point eight six (10.86).  You are going to see that when it comes through.  They have been pretty pleasant to work with and negotiate in the contract.  I think that it is a pretty fair agreement when you get it.  Just to comment to the dispatcher’s…I just happened to be over there talking to the Chief last week in addition to him in there working dispatch.  I was amazed at what these guys have to do.  I just assumed that it was a couple cords that they put together like you see on TV and there are five or six calls going on at the same time.  I just want to complement the dispatcher’s out there.  Other than that I am open for questions.

 

Ms. DePledge: In regard to the purchase agreement how soon will we have it to look it over?

 

Mr. Klammer: I think that we nailed down the draft today.  I sent the final draft over to Mr. Rayburn and his lawyer so I am suspecting to hear back from them that they are okay with it and hopefully you’ll see…

 

Mayor Morley: Tomorrow or Thursday it should be out and I will email it over.

 

Mr. Klammer: I had told them the Mayor wanted to get it over this week so I think that everybody is on the same page.

 

Ms. DePledge: Hopefully we will have it by Friday so that everyone can review it.

Mayor Morley: My goal is to have it before the weekend so that you have it therefor if there are any questions before Tuesday.  I will just say this that the lawyer’s have had it for three weeks and you know my comments on lawyers.  They have gone back and forth…Mr. Rayburn and I have added the normal stuff.

 

There were no questions of Mr. Klammer.

 

Ms. DePledge: Mr. Evers?

 

Mr. Evers: No comments…I would just like to remind everybody that we have a blood drive on Thursday, March 2nd   from 1:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the Eastlake Community PAL Center.

 

Ms. DePledge: The Dance Does It at the EPAL Center was very successful so congratulations.

 

Mr. Evers: It was a very good success.  It was a special dance team for kids with special needs trying to earn money to go to the Olympics in Australia.  We did a good job and they did a good job with it and they reached enough money and they are going.

 

Ms. DePledge: I just need to correct myself with regard to the shirts it is at everybody’s own cost and there is not tax payer’s money that is used for the purchase.  If you gentlemen decide to purchase it is out of your own pocket.

 

ADJOURNMENT

The meeting was adjourned at approximately 7:41 p.m.

 

 

 

 

_________________________________________  ­

LAURA A. DEPLEDGE, COUNCIL PRESIDENT

 

 

APPROVED: ______________________

 

 

ATTEST: _____________________________________

                  TRACY M. SIMONS, CLERK OF COUNCIL

 

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