MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING
MASSILLON CITY COUNCIL
HELD, MONDAY, AUGUST 4, 2014 

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – Welcome to the Massillon City Council Meeting for Monday, August 4, 2014.  We have in attendance with us the following city officials:  Tax Administrator, Ken Koher, Mayor Kathy Catazaro-Perry, and Chief Deputy Auditor, Debbie Bonk.  On the wall to your left are agendas for anyone who wishes to follow tonight’s meeting.  Also if you look at that agenda under item #5 is where the public can speak on any item that appears on the agenda and then under item #17 is where the public can speak on any item that does NOT appear on the agenda.  I want remind anyone with a cell phone, please turn them down.  (It was later acknowledged that Law Director Perry Stergios was in attendance at the Council Meeting.) 

  1.       ROLL CALL

Roll call for the evening found the following Council Members present:  Milan Chovan, Sarita Cunningham-Hedderly, Michelle Del Rio-Keller, Ed Lewis, Paul Manson, Andrea Scassa, Megan Starrett and Shaddrick Stinson. 

Thus, giving a roll call vote of 8 present.  Councilwoman Nancy Halter absent.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – Councilman Manson, I need a motion to excuse Councilwoman Nancy Halter.

COUNCILMAN MANSON -  Yes, Mr. President.  I make that motion to excuse Mrs. Halter.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – Seconded by Councilwoman Cunningham-Hedderly.  Roll call to excuse Councilwoman Halter.

Roll call to excuse Councilwoman Halter – 8 yes

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – Tonight I’d like to recognize Councilman Paul Manson for tonight’s invocation and pledge allegiance.

  2.       INVOCATION

COUNCILMAN MANSON  - Gave the invocation for tonight.

  3.       PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

COUNCILMAN MANSON – Chairperson of the Community Development led those in attendance in the Pledge of Allegiance.

  4.       READING OF THE JOURNAL

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – Madam Clerk, are the minutes of the previous meeting transcribed and open for public viewing?

COUNCIL CLERK ROLLAND – Yes they are.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND –  Are there any additions or corrections to be made?

COUNCIL CLERK ROLLAND – No.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – Then the minutes stand approved.

5.         REMARKS OF DELEGATIONS AND CITIZENS TO MATTERS ON THE AGENDA

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – We have arrived at #5.  This is the part of the agenda where citizens may speak on a topic that appears on tonight’s agenda.  If you would like to speak on something, please come to the microphone at this time, please come to the microphone and give your name, address on record and topic you want to discuss at this time.  I see no one; we will move into introduction of ordinances and resolutions.

6.         INTRODUCTION OF ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS

ORDINANCE NO. 104 – 2014                   BY:  FINANCE COMMITTEE

AN ORDINANCE making certain appropriations from the unappropriated balance of the Local Law Enforcement fund 1215 for the year ending December 31, 2014, and declaring an emergency.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – Thank you.  Councilman Lewis.

COUNCILMAN LEWIS – Yes, this particular ordinance is simply appropriating the monies that would go towards the installation of new mobile computers in the two (2) new Ford Interceptors in the Police Dept.  This money will also be reimbursed through the Ohio Dept. of Public Safety.  There was not much discussion at the last meeting so, is there any discussion this evening?  Seeing none, I would like to make a motion that we suspend the rules requiring three readings and bring Ordinance No. 104 – 2014 forward for a vote.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – Thank you.  Motion seconded by Councilwoman Del Rio-Keller.  Roll call for suspension. 

Roll call for suspension – 8 yes

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – Thank you.  Roll call for a passage.

Roll call for passage – 8 yes

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – Thank you.  Ordinance No. 104 has passed.  Ordinance No. 105.

ORDINANCE NO. 105 – 2014                   BY:  FINANCE COMMITTEE

AN ORDINANCE making certain appropriations from the unappropriated balance of the Local Law Enforcement Fund 1215 for the year ending December 31, 2014, and declaring an emergency.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – Thank you, Councilman Lewis.

COUNCILMAN LEWIS – Yes, this Ordinance is to appropriate $1,400 from the Local Law Enforcement Fund and this will go into “Supplies”.  It is for the purchase of bulletproof vests or upgrades to the bulletproof vests that we currently have.  This money will also be reimbursed through the Federal Bulletproof Vests Program.  There was not much discussion at our last meeting; is there any discussion this evening?  Seeing none, I’d like to make a motion that we suspend the three readings and bring Ordinance No. 105 – 2014 forward for a vote.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – Thank you.  Seconded by Councilwoman Del Rio-Keller.  Roll call for suspension.

Roll call for suspension – 8 yes

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – Roll call for passage.

Roll call for passage – 8 yes

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – Thank you, Madam Clerk.  Ordinance No. 105 – 2014 has passed.  I’d like to note that Chief Moser has entered Council Chambers.

ORDINANCE NO. 106 – 2014                   BY:  FINANCE COMMITTEE

AN ORDINANCE making certain transfers within the 2014 appropriations from within the General Fund 1100, for the year ending December 31, 2014, and declaring an emergency.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – Councilman Lewis

COUNCILMAN LEWIS – First, I’d like to direct everyone’s attention to the handout that was at your station when you arrive.  There has been a grammatical correction to the Ordinance that’s presented to us in Section 1.  It’s simply is that there was no “From” and “To” listed and there was the addition of the “From” line.  To clarify what I mean in Section 1 it will say “From Domestic Violence” and list Hosp/Eye/Den/Pres/Life $3,929.76 and we will be transferring that to the Law Dept.  This is because we are being told that the grant will not pay for these portions.  So, we’re just transferring this money to the Law Dept. to pay this individual their benefits.  There was not much discussion at the last meeting; is there any this evening?  Seeing none, I’d like to suspend the rules requiring three (3) readings and bring Ordinance No. 106 – 2014 forward for a vote.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – Thank you.  Seconded by Councilwoman Del Rio-Keller.
            Roll call for suspension.

Roll call for suspension – 8 yes

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – Roll call for passage.

Roll call for passage – 8 yes

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – Thank you.  Ordinance No. 106 – 2014 has passed. 

ORDINANCE NO. 107 – 2014                   BY:  FINANCE COMMITTEE

AN ORDINANCE to reduce appropriations in the Parking Enforcement Fund 1208, for the year ending December 31, 2014, and declaring an emergency.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – Councilman Lewis.

COUNCILMAN LEWIS – This is Ordinance is just cleaning up Ordinance No. 84 when it was reconsidered.  All we’re doing is taking the individual line items and placing them back into the Parking Enforcement Officer Fund and leaving it out there.  There was not much discussion the other evening; is there any discussion tonight?  Seeing none, I’d like to suspend the rules requiring three (3) readings and bring Ordinance 107 – 2014 forward for a vote.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – Thank you.  Seconded by Councilwoman Del Rio-Keller.  Roll call for suspension.

Roll call for suspension – 8 yes

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – And for passage.

Roll call for passage – 8 yes

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – Thank you.  Ordinance No. 107 has passed.  Ordinance No. 108.

ORDINANCE NO. 108 – 2014                   BY:  STREETS, HIGHWAYS & TRAFFIC COMMITTEE

AN ORDINANCE to accept the dedication of road right of way areas located at 915 Oberlin Road, and declaring an emergency.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – And who is handling…Councilwoman Starrett.

COUNCILWOMAN STARRETT - Thank you, Mr. President.  This Ordinance deals with the upcoming 9th St. SW Road Repaving Project.  It’s just dedicating the replating a small piece of property on 916 Oberlin Rd. that will be used for the repaving project.  There wasn’t much discussion about this last week; do I have any discussion or questions today? 

COUNCILMAN MANSON – I’ll just comment that this is nothing more than straightening out the street prior to the repaving down there.  It’s already gone through the Planning Commission with the recommendation.

COUNCILWOMAN STARRETT – Yes, the Planning Commission already did approve this.  So, if there is no other discussion, I would ask that we suspend the rules requiring three (3) readings and bring this forward for a vote tonight.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – Is that your motion?

COUNCILWOMAN STARRETT – Yes.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND -  You have a question, Mr. Manson?

COUNCILMAN MANSON – No, I was going to seconded it.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – Okay, seconded by Councilman Manson.  Roll call for suspension.

Roll call for suspension – 8 yes

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – Roll call for passage.

Roll call for passage – 8 yes

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – Ordinance No. 108 has passed.  Resolution No. 6.

RESOLUTION NO. 6                                  BY:  FINANCE COMMITTEE

A RESOLUTION approving the 2015 Stark County Tax Budget for the City of Massillon, Ohio, as listed on the attached exhibit “A”, and declaring an emergency.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – Councilman Lewis.

COUNCILMAN LEWIS – This Resolution is the resolution that we send over what we have dubbed the “wish list” to the Stark County Tax budget as noted.  We sent over to the County and just let them know what we think we may need in order to operate next year.  Are there any questions about it this evening?  This is something that we do every year.  With that said I’d like to make a motion that we suspend the rules requiring three (3) readings and bring Resolution No. 6 – 2014 forward for a vote.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – Seconded by Councilwoman Del Rio-Keller.  Roll call for suspension.

Roll call for suspension – 8 yes

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – Roll call for passage.

Roll call for passage – 8 yes

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – Thank you.  Resolution No. 6 has passed. 

  7.       UNFINISHED BUSINESS
           
            (None)

  8.       PETITIONS AND GENERAL COMMUNICATIONS

            (None)

  9.       BILLS, ACCOUNTS AND CLAIMS

COUNCIL CLERK ROLLAND – Yes.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – There are three (3) bills.  One for $560 for ManCan; there’s another one for $707.20 from The Repository, is that current bill correct?

COUNCILMAN LEWIS – Yes, it was.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – Okay.  And there’s another bill for $560 from ManCan.  Councilman Lewis, I need a motion to pay the bills.

COUNCILMAN LEWIS – Yes, before I make a motion, I just want to make sure that everyone is on the same page.  The reason we have two (2) ManCan’s is because there is a weekly stipend or cost that we send to them for them providing us with an interim Clerk and there has been 2 weeks, obviously, since our last meeting.  With that said, I’d like to make a motion that we pay the bills.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – Seconded by Councilwoman Del Rio-Keller.  Roll call to pay the bills.

Roll call to pay the bills – 8 yes

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – Thank you.  The Clerk will pay the bills and charge them to the proper account. 

10.       REPORTS FROM CITY OFFICIALS

            (None)

11.       REPORTS OF COMMITTEES

(None)

12.       RESOLUTIONS AND REQUESTS OF COUNCIL MEMBERS

            COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – Yes, Councilman Manson?

COUNCILMAN MANSON – Yes.  I just wanted it to be acknowledged and not wait until later, but No. 16 and No. 17; (on the Agenda) could we reverse the order on those?  I may want to ask to go into Executive Session and there’s no sense in keeping residents or anything here that if you want to make a comment, if they don’t want to stay.  So, I’m just, could we reverse No. 16 and 17 when we get down there?

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – I think it’s a good idea, but I’d like to consult with Mr. Stergios.  Do we have to amend the Agenda in order to reverse the order of…?

LAW DIRECTOR STERGIOS – I see no reason why we cannot do that.  I would vote on it, but, it is a courtesy of the residents too.  So, obviously, if they have something to say, they can say and get that out of the way.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – I agree with you.  It is a courtesy to the constituents, but, we’d like to vote on it.  So, make a motion to amend the Agenda.

COUNCILMAN MANSON – I make a motion that we amend the Agenda and reverse No. 16 and No. 17, New and Miscellaneous Business with Remarks of Delegations and Citizens to matter NOT on the Agenda.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – Thank you.  Seconded by Councilman Chovan.  Roll call to amend the Agenda to switch No 16 and No. 17.

Roll call vote 8 – yes

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – Thank you.  The Agenda has been amended to switch No. 16 and No. 17.  I'd just like to remind everyone that our Work Session is next week on August 11, 2014 at 6:00 p.m.  Now let’s move into Ordinance No. 32.

13.       CALL OF THE CALENDAR

COUNCIL CLERK ROLLAND – This Ordinance was tabled indefinitely on April 7, 2014.

ORDINANCE NO. 32 – 2014                     BY:  PARKS & RECREATION COMMITTEE

AN ORDINANCE authorizing the Mayor and the Director of Public Service and Safety of the City of Massillon, Ohio, to enter into a ground lease agreement with the CIC for the area known as part of Out Lot 561 and part of Out Lot 1031 along Nave Rd. SE containing 22.048 acres as part of the Legends of Massillon Golf Course, and declaring an emergency.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – Councilwoman Del Rio-Keller.

COUNCILWOMAN DEL RIO-KELLER – Thank you, Mr. President.  I discussed this in our Work Session last week.  This is the Ordinance that we tabled April 7, 2014.  This in reference to when we were looking at the aquarium out on The Legends Golf Course to which that is officially not happening.  So before I make a motion to untable it, does anyone have any questions or discussion?  At this time, I need to make a motion to untable it.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – Motion seconded by Councilman Stinson.  Roll call to untable Ordinance No. 32.

Roll call to untable vote of 8 – yes

COUNCILWOMAN DEL RIO-KELLER – Thank you.  And at this time I would like to make a motion and I would ask all of you to please vote “No” on this so that we can clean it up.  So, I make a motion that we look at Ordinance No. 32 and I do ask for your defeat in this.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – Yes, Councilman Lewis?

COUNCILMAN LEWIS – I was seconding the motion.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – Oh, you were seconding the motion?  Well, she didn’t make a motion to waive the rules.

COUNCILWOMAN DEL RIO-KELLER – Oh, you’re right, I’m sorry.  I need to make a motion to suspend the rules requiring three (3) readings and vote on this tonight.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – Okay.  Seconded by Councilman Ed Lewis.  Roll call for suspension.

Roll call for suspension 8 – yes

COUNCILWOMAN DEL RIO-KELLER – Thank you.  Now, let’s vote for defeat.  I now make a motion that we vote on Ordinance No. 32.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – Roll call to pass Ordinance No. 32.

Roll call to pass 8 – No

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – Thank you.  Ordinance No. 32 has been defeated.

COUNCILWOMAN DEL RIO-KELLER – Thank you.

14.       THIRD READING ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS

            (None)

15.       SECOND READING ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS

 

ORDINANCE NO. 102 – 2014                   BY:  COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE

AN ORDINANCE authorizing the Mayor of the City of Massillon, Ohio, to enter into an agreement with PSC Metals, Inc. to provide an economic development “inducement grant” to assist the business in renovation expenses, for the year ending December 31, 2014, and declaring an emergency.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – Councilman Manson.

COUNCILMAN MANSON – Yes.  I intend to give this second reading.  Nothing has developed on this since the first meeting that this was brought forward.  So, second reading.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – Thank you.  Ordinance No. 102 has received second reading.  Ordinance No. 103.

ORDINANCE NO. 103 – 2014                   BY:  FINANCE COMMITTEE

AN ORDINANCE making certain appropriations from the unappropriated balance of the Economic Development Fund, for the year ending December 31, 2014, and declaring an emergency.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – Councilman Lewis.

COUNCILMAN LEWIS – Second reading.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – Second reading.  Okay, we’re going to move into No. 17 of the Agenda.  Is there anyone present that would like to speak on a topic that does NOT appear on tonight’s agenda.  If so, please approach the microphone at this time and give your name, address, and the topic you wish to discuss.

 

17.       REMARKS OF DELEGATIONS AND CITIZENS TO MATTERS NOT ON THE AGENDA

CONCERNED CITIZEN – Hi, my name is Sue Merritt.  I live 1744 Osage and I have a special request that I need help with.  I would like to be certified or licensed or something, as I foster home for cats.  And the reason is, I lived Walnut Hills the last seven (7) years and in those seven (7) years, we have rescued over 130 cats.  At this point and time, right now, we are spending over $500 a month to taking care of these cats.  And businesses won’t help me unless I have a certificate or foster license or some kind of legitimacy.  I’m begging for somebody to help me somehow with that.  I have contacted the Humane Society and Terry at the Health Dept. and nobody’s ever done this before, so I’m kind of jumping into the lake right now; nobody’s done this before.  So, I figured since I live in Massillon, I would come and ask you people for help.  I don’t want your money; I just need your brain power.  I need some kind of certificate stating that I’m a foster over cats and I’d like to have you guys come out and see what I’m doing, see our cats; see what we’ve done.  You’re welcome to come by.  I need to be legitimate, somehow.  I can show you all the receipts and the vet bills and show you all the cats we’ve had spayed and neutered, but that doesn’t help me.

MAYOR CATAZERO-PERRY – Here, I’ll give you my card and you can give me a call.

SUE MERRITT – Okay.  I have your card.  So, whatever I hear, you people are, you know, important and I’ll see if anybody has any good ideas to help me.  Thank you for your time.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – Thank you, very much.  Is there anyone else?

CONCERNED CITIZEN – My name is Sam Daut, 835 Cherry Rd. NW.  Sorry I haven’t been here for a while.  Fact is that, you know, before I make my comments, it was really kind of rude coming here tonight and being “wanded”.  I mean, are we getting that paranoid that we have security, so that people coming into City Council are we like setting war on the First Amendment somewhere here?  But that being said, I don’t really agree with the fact…this is not a Federal court.  I mean this is not a court system.  We have more than enough security out there during the day.  But that being said, I’m gonna move on here.  You know, I really dwell on a lot of things, I mean I may not bring myself across the way that I should, but I’m going to go back so that on the way home tonight as you dodge those potholes and those orange cones and barrels, I’m gonna leave you with a little bit of thought here.  You have basically remnants of annexations, remnants tax abatements, they’re basically remnants the golf course.  A million dollar golf course expansion and I don’t understand why that we start building hotels, we got a senior high rise across the street that who signs a million dollars we’re in debt for and we buy $200,000 restaurants.  We have $600,000 in golf courses and we sit here and we sell land lost to the community for 20% of its value.  Last, but not least, I find it really ironic, being in business here that we’re starting to give business people now, money with no remittance of payment.  Who does this?  It’s no different if you put that money into a cardboard box, take it up on the roof and throw into the parking lot, it makes about as much sense.  So what my point is, your fiscal liability in this community has gone from your fiscal irresponsibility, past and present.  I cannot believe that you sit here and you pass more of your debt onto the community because of the way you spend your money here.  I just want some of the reasons why and I don’t understand how we’ve gotten to this point that you, as City Council members, continue to pass all this debt onto us.  That being said, I mean, that’s all I have to say, but, I mean some of the things that you do down here, really, terribly irresponsible as far as spending our tax dollars.  Thank you.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – Thank you Mr. Daut.

CONCERNED CITIZEN – Good evening.  My name Jerry Malesky.  My address is 2013 Master Pointe SE.  I have a two (2) part question;  one – what is the role of the Park & Recreation Board as far as The Legends Golf Course is concerned?

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – Well sir, this is not a question and answer session, but what I could do after this meeting, you can speak with your Council representative (Mr. Stinson) over there.

MR. MALESKY – Okay.  Well, the second part of the question.  That Board is making a decision that is going to financially impact my house.  And I want to know what authority they have to make that decision, or who has the authority to make that decision?  Does it rest with them?  Does it rest with Council? Does it rest with Mayor?  We went to the Park & Recreation Board meeting a week or so ago and that question was bounced around like a hot potato that nobody wanted to grab.  So, please explain to me who has the authority?  That’s the person I want to talk to.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – Well, your Councilman just whispered to me that he’s going to talk with you after the meeting.

MR. MALESKY – It’s funny, I didn’t hear the whisper.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – Oh, I heard it.

MR. MALESKY – So, in other words, you don’t know?

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – To my understanding, it’s the Park & Recreation Board that has the authority.

MR. MALESKY -  They have the final say so on what happens that affects my finances?

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – Well, when you phrase it that way, no, they don’t have the responsibility concerning your finances.

MR. MALESKY – They’re making a decision that affects it.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – As I stated earlier sir, this is not a question and answer session, but your councilman will speak with you after the meeting.  Possibly someone with the Park & Recreation Committee may even join in.

MR. MALESKY – We’ve worked all our lives to save some money to buy a house that we could enjoy through our retirement.  Part of the reason we purchased the house we did was because it abutted the golf course and give us a nice, quiet area that we could enjoy.  But all of a sudden, that’s being threatened and pulled away from us.  And I’m not real happy about.  I appreciate your time, thank you.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – Thank you, sir.  Is there anyone else?  Is there New and Miscellaneous Business?  Councilman Manson.

16.       NEW AND MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS

COUNCILMAN MANSON –Yes, Mr. President.  I’d like to make a motion that we go into Executive Session to discuss personnel in regards to the Clerk of Council and also per the article that was in the newspaper earlier this week and discuss the possibility of a lawsuit facing the City.  And that one I’m not sure if it’s appropriate.  I’d like to ask the Law Director if it’s appropriate for us to go into Executive Session to discuss that before we vote.

LAW DIRECTOR STERGIOS – That would constitute pending litigations, so, yes.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – And also, I made a statement to Councilman Manson earlier, before the meeting started.  The second half of Executive Session I would prefer to excuse myself, as I wasn’t here that day. So as part of Administration, I think you guys feel a lot comfortable talking about this situation without me being in there.  I will remain for the first part and will excuse myself from the second.

COUNCILMAN MANSON – I want to make that motion, but also, I am inviting all of Council and the Council President and I would like to discuss that in regards to that lawsuit part that I talked about and you said you may not want to be in that.  I think we should discuss that in Executive Session.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – Fair enough.  We can do that.

COUNCILMAN MANSON – If he feels he’d better off by not being there, that’s fine by me.  That’s my motion.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – Seconded by Councilman Chovan.  Roll call to enter into Executive Session.

Roll call to enter into Executive Session 8 – yes

COUNCIL MEMBERS ENTERED INTO EXECUTIVE SESSION – 8:00 p.m.

COUNCIL MEMBERS EXITED EXECUTIVE SESSION – 8:25 P.M.

18.       ADJOURNMENT

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – That concludes tonight’s meeting.  Councilman Manson, I need a motion to adjourn.

COUNCILMAN MANSON – I move that we adjourn.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT TOWNSEND – Seconded by Councilman Chovan.

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DIANE ROLLAND, INTERIM CLERK OF COUNCIL

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TONY M. TOWNSEND, PRESIDENT

 

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