MINUTES OF SPECIAL MEETING
MASSILLON CITY COUNCIL
HELD, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 2011

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – Call this special meeting of Massillon City Council to order for Monday, September 12, 2011.  This meeting was called by three council members which is according to the rule for special meetings Manson, Peters and Slagle approved this meeting.  You all have a copy of the agenda with the several ordinances and resolutions. 

ROLL CALL

Roll call for the evening found the following Council Members present:  Gary Anderson, Kathy Catazaro-Perry, Dave Hersher, Paul Manson, Donnie Peters, Larry Slagle and Tony Townsend.

Thus giving a roll call vote of 7 present.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – Mr. Manson, we have two absences. 

COUNCILMAN MANSON – Yes, I’d like to make a motion we excuse Mr. Mang and Mr. McCune, seconded by Councilwoman Catazaro-Perry.

Roll call vote of 5 yes, 2 no to excuse Councilman McCune and Councilman Mang.  Peters and Townsend voted no.

INTRODUCTION OF ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS

ORDINANCE NO. 104 - 2011                    BY:   FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Authorizing the Director of Public Service and Safety of the City of Massillon, Ohio, to submit an application for financial assistance to the Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District for the Levee Infrastructure Improvement Project and to execute all necessary documents needed to secure the funding for the project, and declaring an emergency.

COUNCILMAN MANSON – Okay, just a couple of things I want to clear up.  These two that are on here 104 and 105 this is both third readings.  So this just takes a majority vote to move these forward.  We’ve been through this the engineer is here we’re talking about a $2 million dollar improvement to the levees.  We’re going out seeking funds to get it done.  If there’s any questions we can bring the engineer up otherwise I’ll be recommending that we pass this. 

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – Mr. Peters?

COUNCILMAN PETERS – Never mind I think I just misunderstood 104 and 105 aren’t related it’s just third reading?

COUNCILMAN MANSON – They’re third reading so it doesn’t take any waiving of the rules or anything to move it.

COUNCILMAN PETERS – Okay.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – Are there any questions on the ordinance itself?  Mr. Manson, your motion please?

COUNCILMAN MANSON moved to bring Ordinance No. 104 – 2011 forward for passage, seconded by Councilman Hersher.

ORDINANCE NO. 104 – 2011 WAS PASSED BY A ROLL CALL VOTE OF 7 YES.

ORDINANCE NO. 105 - 2011                    BY:   FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Repealing SubSection 965.09 (j) of CHAPTER 965 “GARBAGE AND REFUSE COLLECTION” of the Codified Ordinances of the City of Massillon, and enacting a new SubSection 965.09 (j) of CHAPTER 965 “GARBAGE AND REFUSE COLLECTION “ and declaring an emergency.

COUNCILMAN MANSON – Yes, this is solid waste collection all we’re doing is changing the split for the year.  We originally budgeted 94% collections and 6% to capital improvements.  We’re going to put it all of it 100% into we’re going to take away the capital improvement part of it and just going to operating. 

COUNCILMAN MANSON moved to bring Ordinance No. 105 – 2011 forward for passage, seconded by Councilman Hersher.

ORDINANCE NO. 105 – 2011 WAS PASSED BY A ROLL CALL VOTE OF 7 YES.

ORDINANCE NO. 113 - 2011                    BY:   FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Making certain appropriations from the unappropriated balance of the General Fund, Veterans Park-Duncan Plaza Fund, Home Health Fund, 1401 Capital Improvement Fund, Insurance Fund and the Local Law Enforcement Trust Fund, for the year ending December 31, 2011, and declaring an emergency.

COUNCILMAN MANSON – One minute please.  Okay, we’ll go through these we have six parts to 113.  First part in 113 we’re appropriating from the General Fund to two accounts salary – police $150,000 and salary – fire $145,000.  Those funds became available when the auditor recertified due to the inheritance taxes, cable TV revenue and income tax improvement.  Second part of this is for $20,000 and this is appropriated for the Veterans Park Plaza Fund for payment of improvements in grounds keeping, maintenance of Veterans Memorial Park.  Section 3 is for $20,000 this is from the health department to pay for vital statistic fees through the end of the year moving expenses and rent and utilities through the end of the year.  The next one is for $12,600 this is appropriated from the Capital Improvement Fund for the Kenyon Avenue Resurfacing Project.  This is a joint project with Tuscarawas Township.  Total cost is $80,726 was the bid and we have about 15% of the project area is our roads that are within the city limits of Massillon.  Next one is $10,000 prepare an ordinance to appropriate from the unappropriated balance of the Insurance Fund 2202 to the following account employees insurance $10,000 2202 to pay for prescription and eye for the police.  The last one is $1,000 please appropriate $1,000 from the unappropriated funds of the Local Law Enforcement Trust Fund account #1215 to account #1215.305 supplies and materials.  This is to purchase a camera for the detective bureau.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – Mrs. Catazaro-Perry?

COUNCILWOMAN CATAZARO-PERRY – I’d like to make a motion that we take section 4 out and vote on that separately.  I’d like to support all the other items on this ordinance but I can not approve any type of capital improvements with the way our budget stands currently. 

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – Would you like any discussion before making your motion?

COUNCILWOMAN CATAZARO-PERRY – That’s fine, sure.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – Well, I’m just asking.

COUNCILWOMAN CATAZARO-PERRY – I just I want to support the rest of this but I just don’t want to vote on supporting for any kind of capital improvements out of the Capital Improvement Fund. 

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – If there are other comments or questions lets have them now then when we’re finished with that we’ll go back and Mrs. Catazaro-Perry wants to make her motion.  Mr. Anderson?

COUNCILMAN ANDERSON – I have a question about section 4 I think it was mentioned that it was $15,000?

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – 15%.

COUNCILMAN ANDERSON – Oh I’m sorry I thought he said $15,000.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – I’m speaking for Mr. Manson.

COUNCILMAN MANSON – We have approximately 15% of the total road in that area.

COUNCILMAN ANDERSON – Okay, and that amounts to $12,600?

COUNCILMAN MANSON – Probably, yeah.

COUNCILMAN ANDERSON – Then I misunderstood you I thought you said $15,000.

COUNCILMAN MANSON – Yep.

COUNCILMAN ANDERSON – Okay, that’s all I had.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – Is there anything else?  Mr. Peters?

COUNCILMAN PETERS – I’m not sure what we’re taking which one we’re separating. 

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – Well let’s answer any other question and then we’ll get back and she can explain that.  Are there any other questions?  Alright, Mrs. Catazaro back to you.

COUNCILWOMAN CATAZARO-PERRY – Sure, section 4 Mr. Peters…

COUNCILMAN PETERS – I don’t have that in front of me so I have no idea what the hell that is.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – This is the capital improvement project on Kenyon that we’re splitting with Tuscarawas Township.  Mrs. Catazaro-Perry?

COUNCILWOMAN CATAZARO-PERRY – I make a motion that we take section 4 out of Ordinance No. 113 -2011 and vote on it separately. 

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – Is there a second for that motion?  The motion dies for lack of a second.  Mr. Manson?

COUNCILMAN MANSON moved for suspension of the rules and passage, seconded by Councilman Hersher.

The rules were not suspended by a roll call vote of 6 yes, 1 no.  Catazaro-Perry voted no.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – Madame Auditor would you like to come to the microphone?

AUDITOR FERRERO – In order for us to do the payroll and to do things you know we need to have these ordinances passed.  So I would have to recommend that we have another special meeting so that we can vote on this.  Because it’s imperative that these things get done so that we can operate the city.  If you all look at these ordinances you’ll know that we in order to operate the city we have to have the funds transferred. 

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – I thank you.

ORDINANCE NO. 113 – 2011 WAS GIVEN SECOND READING.

ORDINANCE NO. 114 - 2011                    BY:   FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Making certain transfers in the 2011 appropriations from within the General Fund, for the year ending December 31, 2011, and declaring an emergency.

COUNCILMAN MANSON – Yes, what we have here is a whole bunch of accounts that the auditor has scrubbed and come up with $262,000 which that will be transferred $131,282 in police salary and $131,282 into fire salary. 

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – Do we have questions on this ordinance?  Mr. Slagle?

COUNCILMAN SLAGLE –  This is for the auditor.  When we take the money out of these accounts what happens when these accounts may need the money later on in the year?

AUDITOR FERRERO – There’s not going to be any money available from now until the end of the year in those accounts.  We’ve scrubbed all of those accounts I explained that at the last session.  All of those accounts were scrubbed because we need those for salary line items. 

COUNCILMAN SLAGLE – Will some of the accounts that we’re taking the money out be expected to need money before the end of the year?

AUDITOR FERRERO – Nope.  We’re not approving any purchase orders from now until the end of the year.  We’re not paying bills we’re not doing anything just so we can pay salaries and the bare necessarities for the city. 

COUNCILMAN SLAGLE – Well, paying bills is different than saying that you can’t incur any further expenditure.  So will there be additional expenditures needed in some of these accounts that they won’t have money to cover?

AUDITOR FERRERO – They won’t be approved by us in the auditor’s office.  No, sir.  You mean will the departments some of them need some extra money probably they will but they’re going to have to live without.  We have to make cuts and that’s where we could make the cuts. 

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – Mrs. Ferrero, may I suggest that you explain how you approve a purchase order that is if a department authorizes a purchase that the funds are not available then what?  Is that what you’re getting at Larry?

AUDITOR FERRERO –  They need to have a purchase order number before they order anything and if they don’t have a purchase order number am I making that noise?  Is it me?

COUNCILMAN PETERS – You’re making a lot of noise I don’t know if its you.

AUDITOR FERRERO – I’m sorry I thought that you were aware of how the process went.  But…

COUNCILMAN SLAGLE – I’m aware of the process but what I’m asking is some of the process is going to be discretionary funding some of its going to be essential funding that they can’t avoid because they have to buy certain things.  So my question is some of this is undoubtedly discretionary that they can not they can in fact put off others that would appear to me if you look at the law staff salary for instance on $72,000 I would anticipate that Mr. Stergios is expecting to have $72,000 in his salary items and you’re telling him he’s not going to have it.  So that may mean that he’s going to be forced to lay off people.

AUDITOR FERRERO – No he knows that.  He was over budgeted by that amount of money.  We made sure that everybody was paid you know we made sure that all of the funding was needed for everyone for their salary line items before we scrubbed those accounts. 

COUNCILMAN SLAGLE – So salary will be covered but expenditures that perhaps maybe if something goes down like a copy machine then they may not have money to correct it?

AUDITOR FERRERO – That’s correct.

COUNCILMAN SLAGLE – Alright.

AUDITOR FERRERO – But you know we had more than one copy machine on every floor in this building.  I mean I think that we just need to really start thinking smart about spending money.

COUNCILMAN SLAGLE – Well, you haven’t heard any disagreement out of me over the last three years have you?

AUDITOR FERRERO – No.

COUNCILMAN SLAGLE – Alright.  Thank you.

AUDITOR FERRERO – Sure.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – Is there anyone else?  Mr. Manson?

COUNCILMAN MANSON – Yes, another thing what you’re discussing here a little bit too anything that’s encumbered I mean it will be paid.  It is already encumbered in the budget just not going to be able to spend anything new unless we would approve it or unless we get more revenue from some place. 

COUNCLMAN MANSON moved for suspension of rules and passage, seconded by Councilman Hersher.

The rules were suspended by a roll call vote of 7 yes.

ORDINANCE NO. 114 – 2011 WAS PASSED BY A ROLL CALL VOTE OF 7 YES.

ORDINANCE NO. 115 - 2011                    BY:   FINANCE COMMITTEE

Authorizing the Director of Public Service and Safety of the City of Massillon, to enter into a contract with Public Entities Pool of Ohio (PEP) for the vehicle, property, general and public official liability, and law enforcement coverage for the City of Massillon, and declaring an emergency.

COUNCILMAN MANSON –I think it pretty much explains itself.  The ordinance we have the safety service director if anybody has any questions otherwise I will be moving to waive the rule.

COUNCLMAN MANSON moved for suspension of rules and passage, seconded by Councilman Hersher.

The rules were suspended by a roll call vote of 7 yes.

ORDINANCE NO. 115 – 2011 WAS PASSED BY A ROLL CALL VOTE OF 7 YES.

RESOLUTION NO. 13 - 2011                    BY:   FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Designating public depositories for the deposits of public monies, and declaring an emergency.

 

COUNCILMAN MANSON – Yes, we have the treasurer here all this does is give the treasurer the right to go out to these banks and more or less take bids on whatever interest rates they will pay us on our money that’s I guess our revolving money.  If there’s any questions Mr. Lambert is here.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – Mr. Hersher?

COUNCILMAN HERSHER – I don’t have a question I just want to point out for the record and to the other members of council that obvious I do work for First Merit but I’m in the personal retail line of business.  I have absolutely no impact on the decision making process or the bidding for these deposits nor receive any benefit from them.  So I just wanted to point that out as we move into voting this evening. 

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – Mr. Hersher did ask me about the possibility of abstaining and I told him that just as he explained is our general policy that unless you’re in a decision making function or actually benefiting financially in some way he can abstain if he would like to or he could vote.   We have the treasurer who would like to address council or ask a question. 

TREASURER LAMBERT – Just to let you folks know that First Merit will remain our main banking with our checking account and all of that sort.  But all the other banks that I deal with will have opportunity for our investments to go to them.  So just to let you know First Merit will remain our main source of business. 

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – Are there any questions for Mr. Lambert?  Thank you, Paul.  Mr. Manson?

COUNCLMAN MANSON moved for suspension of rules and passage, seconded by Councilwoman Catazaro-Perry.

The rules were suspended by a roll call vote of 7 yes.

RESOLUTION NO. 13 – 2011 WAS PASSED BY A ROLL CALL VOTE OF 7 YES.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – The special council meeting is…

COUNCILMAN PETERS – I’ve got…

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – We’ll start at the right Mr. Anderson?

COUNCILMAN ANDERSON – I have a question.  Is it possible that we can go back to an ordinance and discuss this ordinance further at this point in time?  I’m talking about 113?

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – Yes, the answer is yes. 

COUNCILMAN ANDERSON – Okay, I would like to bring up pulling section 4 out of that voting on that separately.  The only reason it kind of got passed me kind of quick and I kind of messed up to be honest with you. So I’m making a motion that…

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – Well let’s have some discussion before we just start making motions.  What is it that you would like to do?

COUNCILMAN ANDERSON – I would like to pull section 4 out of Ordinance No. 113…

COUNCILMAN PETERS – To vote on it separate?

COUNCILMAN ANDERSON – To vote on it separately correct.

COUNCILMAN PETERS – Okay.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – Mr. Peters, what is your comment.

COUNCILMAN PETERS – Are you calling on me?

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – Yes, I’m calling on you you’re hand was up.

COUNCILMAN PETERS – I’m in agreement with Mr. Anderson just for the sole reason that I’m not coming back to another special meeting because of absences on this council.  I am not going to be inconvenienced anymore to satisfy somebody else being absent.  If so if we’ve got to take out it there in order to get enough votes to pass this or turn it down tonight I say we do it. 

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – Mr. Manson?

COUNCILMAN MANSON – Yeah, my only question is a legal one is and I don’t care what we do with it one way or the other.  But we already had that motion once and defeated it in this meeting the way I understand it. 

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – I agree and my position is we are still in the meeting and if it is the will of council to go back and reconsider that in this meeting I think that’s appropriate.  Well let’s have the discussion first is there anyone else who would like to make any sort of a comment?  Mr. Hersher?

COUNCILMAN HERSHER – Well, I’d just say for the record I think splitting it out and voting on it separately is unnecessary overall but we’ve heard from our auditor that it’s necessary to pass the other five sections of this ordinance.  So I would support that this evening also.

COUNCILMAN PETERS – I’ve got another question.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – Alright, Mr. Peters?

COUNCILMAN PETERS – I’ve got a question for the auditor.  Now, if we don’t vote on this section 4 to be suspended tonight we don’t have to have a special meeting am I correct?  (You are correct)  Okay, that’s all I want to know. 

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – Mr. Anderson?

COUNCILMAN ANDERSON – The only comment I’m going to make is unlike Mr. Peters I am brought that up so we can do what we need to do as city council as opposed to coming back for a second meeting.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – Alright, is everybody done discussing what they want to discuss?  Alright, again just by a voice vote is any objection with anyone on council going back to reconsider this ordinance this evening?  Mr. Peters?

COUNCILMAN PETERS – I just prefer not be a voice vote I prefer it to be a separate roll call vote for that.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – Alright, lets do that then if you want to do that.  This is strictly a procedural matter.

COUNCILMAN PETERS  – I’m just being a royal pain that’s all I know you don’t have to…

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – Alright, the question before the body is do you want to go back and consider Ordinance 113 tonight.  Roll call please.

Roll call vote of 6 yes, 1 no.  Townsend voted no.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – Alright, it’s the will of this body to go back and reconsider that.  Mr. Anderson you have a motion to make?

COUNCILMAN ANDERSON – I make a motion that we bring Ordinance No. 113 back up for a vote.

COUNCILMAN PETERS – No.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – No, you…

COUNCILMAN ANDERSON – Did I do it wrong?

COUNCILMAN PETERS – Yeah, you did it totally wrong.  Do you want me to do it?

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – No, Mr. Anderson is making a motion what is it you would like to do?

COUNCILMAN ANDERSON – I would like to Ordinance 113…

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – You would like to separate…

COUNCILMAN ANDERSON – Separate Ordinance 113…

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – Section…

COUNCILMAN ANDERSON – Section 4…

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – Of Ordinance…

COUNCILMAN ANDERSON – Ordinance 113…

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – And consider it separately.

COUNCILMAN ANDERSON – And consider it separately. Thank you.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – We have a second, we have a second.  Now what we haven’t heard is the discussion or the reason for doing this. Is there anyone who has any discussion or rational for separating it.   Mrs. Catazaro-Perry?

COUNCILWOMAN CATAZARO-PERRY – Well, I guess I will speak to this because I’m the one that voted no.  But I have spent five hours with the auditor and I’ve also spent time with the state auditor and at the end of the year we’re going to be around $1.8 million, $1.7 short.  So it’s a concern to me and next year we’re going to lose funds from the state we’re going to lose funds.  So it’s going to be harder to make budget next year.  I don’t think we should be spending any capital improvement dollars this year at all.  We’ve talked about cutting costs and watching our money this is a place where we can do that.  So by a good conscious of mine I can not say yes on spending capital improvement dollars in this manner at this time.  Yes, the project needs done but we don’t have the money and the auditor just told you she’s making payroll she’s not paying any bills.  So it’s a huge concern and I don’t know when we’re all going to realize that and go forward for next year.  We have to look to our future and it’s a tough year and next year is going to be tougher.  I’ll be happy to bring Jayne up and bring the state auditor in to show you but it’s not good.  The sooner we address it the better off we’re going to be.  Because we can’t keep avoiding it.  So that’s my rational for why I want to consider this separately.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – Alright, we have a motion and a second to separate section 4, roll call vote please.

Roll call vote of 6 yes, 1 no to separate out section 4 of Ordinance No. 113 – 2011.  Townsend voted no.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – Alright, we will vote on section first of all in 113 section 4 being deleted section 5 will become 4, section 6 will become 5, section 7 will become 6.  We’ve had discussion on the balance on that.  Roll call vote of let’s see first we have to suspend because we now have a motion down to 113.  So Mr. Manson would you please make the motion to suspend?

COUNCLMAN MANSON moved for suspension of rules and passage on amended Ordinance No. 113 - 2011, seconded by Councilman Peters.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – Let me do this first.  Let’s we will vote on the section that was that the motion was made to separate section 4.  Did we just do that?  Right, okay section 4 is out alright we will now vote on section 4…

COUNCILMAN PETERS – That’s what we just suspended correct?

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – No, no.  You all I’ll tell you there’s been a motion to separate section 4 now we’re going to vote on that.   Aright, we are now voting on section 4 according to Mr. Anderson’s then we will go back to consider the rest of the ordinance with all of its issues.  Now if you all want to further it by tabling this or considering it later you can do that.  But right now the motion is to separate section 4 and vote on it. 

COUNCILMAN PETERS – And that’s what he just made the motion and I seconded?

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – No, you all made the motion for the balance of the ordinance.  Alright, so this is now a vote on section 4 which is what your motion was.  You wanted to separate it out and vote on it you all agreed to do that.  Alright, roll call vote please for section 4. 

COUNCILMAN SLAGLE – Point of order?

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – Mr. Slagle?

COUNCILMAN SLAGLE – Wouldn’t we have to vote to suspend the rules first on section 4?  He’s proposed so many second readings.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – I’m gong to suggest that we take a five minute recess here.  Is there any objection to a five minute recess?

COUNCILMAN MANSON – I’m just going to make a motion that we make section 4 first reading or second reading.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – Hold on.  I’m going to suggest a five minute recess.  I would like that suggestion to come from someone from this body.

COUNCILMAN MANSON – I make a recommendation that we take a five minute recess.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – We are in a five minutes recess.  Now basically we had an agreement by the council members to go back and consider Ordinance No. 113.  Mr. Anderson made a motion to separate it out and I believe Mr. Anderson and Mr. Manson would like to give that second reading.  Is that correct?

COUNCILMAN MANSON – Yes, I’ll give that second reading on section 4 that was of 113 second reading.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – Alright, so section 4 has now received second reading.  We now go back and consider the rest of that ordinance which Mr. Anderson when I said 5 is 4, 6 is 5, etc, etc, etc…

COUNCILMAN MANSON – Why can’t we just leave the numbers alone?

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – Well because we still have taken section 4 out.

COUNCILMAN MANSON – Since we’ve already taken 4 out.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – Alright, and we have suspended the rules you’ve already voted I’m sorry you have not voted to suspend the rules.  He made a motion but we’ve not voted.

COUNCILMAN MANSON – Right.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – We’ve not voted is that correct Madame Clerk?  (Correct)  We have a motion and a second to suspend.  So we’ll now take a roll call vote to suspend the rules.

The rules were suspended by a roll call vote of 7 yes.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – Now we need a roll call vote for Ordinance No. 113 – 2011 minus section 4.

AMENDED ORDINANCE NO. 113 – 2011 WAS PASSED BY A ROLL CALL VOTE OF 7 YES.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – Alright, we have now completed the business of the special meeting.  This special meeting is adjourned.

 

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MARY BETH BAILEY, CLERK,

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GLENN E. GAMBER, PRESIDENT

 

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