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CITY OF SHAWNEE
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
MINUTES
May 8, 2017
7:00 P.M.

Michelle Distler – Mayor

Councilmembers Present Staff Present
Councilmember PflummCity Manager Gonzales
Councilmember NeighborDeputy City Manager Charlesworth
Councilmember JenkinsAssistant City Manager Sunderman
Councilmember KemmlingCity Clerk Powell
Councilmember VaughtFinance Director Rogers
Councilmember MeyerDevelopment Services Dir. Wesselschmidt
Councilmember SandiferPublic Works Director Whitacre
Councilmember KenigManagement Analyst Schmitz
Planning Zielsdorf
Transportation Manager Manning
Sr. Project Engineer Schnettgoecke
Assistant City Attorney Dehon
Fire Chief Mattox
Parks and Recreation Director Holman
Assistant Public Works Director Gard
Stormwater Supervisor Walston

(Shawnee City Council Meeting Called to Order at 7:00 p.m.)
A. ROLL CALL

MAYOR DISTLER: Good evening and welcome to tonight's meeting of the Shawnee City Council. I would ask that you please silence your electronic devices at this time.

I am Mayor Michelle Distler and I will be chairing this meeting. I will do a roll call at this time. Councilmember Neighbor.

COUNCILMEMBER NEIGHBOR: Present.

MAYOR DISTLER: Councilmember Pflumm.

COUNCILMEMBER PFLUMM: Present.

MAYOR DISTLER: Councilmember Jenkins.

COUNCILMEMBER JENKINS: Present.

MAYOR DISTLER: Councilmember Kemmling.

COUNCILMEMBER KEMMLING: Present.

MAYOR DISTLER: Councilmember Vaught.

COUNCILMEMBER VAUGHT: Present

MAYOR DISTLER: Councilmember Meyer.

COUNCILMEMBER MEYER: Present.

MAYOR DISTLER: Councilmember Sandifer.

COUNCILMEMBER SANDIFER: Present.

MAYOR DISTLER: Councilmember Kenig.

COUNCILMEMBER KENIG: Present.

MAYOR DISTLER: Thank you.

B. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE AND MOMENT OF SILENCE

MAYOR DISTLER: I’d like to ask Ms. Poppy to come forward and lead us in the Pledge of Allegiance followed by a moment of silence.

COUNCILMEMBER NEIGHBOR: She’s still handing out poppies.

COUNCILMEMBER MEYER: I think she’s still handing out poppies.

MAYOR DISTLER: She’s still handing out poppies.

COUNCILMEMBER VAUGHT: Oh, here she comes.

MAYOR DISTLER: Well, she wants to get that last minute sell there.

COUNCILMEMBER MEYER: That’s right.

MAYOR DISTLER: We can wait. It’s for a good cause. It raises money for the --

MAYOR DISTLER: If you’d like to come forward and lead us in the Pledge of Allegiance and then we’ll have a moment of silence. Whenever you’re ready.

(Pledge of Allegiance and Moment of Silence)

MAYOR DISTLER: Thank you. Would you like to state your name and tell everybody who you are?

MS. COVELL: I’m Lyla.

MAYOR DISTLER: Lyla?

MS. COVELL: Covell.

MAYOR DISTLER: Covell. And how did you get to be Ms. Poppy?

MS. COVELL: [Inaudible; talking off mic.]

MAYOR DISTLER: From the what?

CITY MANAGER GONZALES: Her grandma.

MAYOR DISTLER: Oh, your grandma is a veteran? No.

UNIDENTIFIED SPEAKER: That’s just how she heard about it.

MAYOR DISTLER: Oh, I see. So, you’re out working hard raising money and it’s for a good cause. Thank you very much for all the hard work you’re doing.

COUNCILMEMBER PFLUMM: Here, I’ll buy one and you can give it to your mom. I don’t know how much they are, but there’s a couple dollars. Give it to your mom. I didn’t get solicited on the way in.

MAYOR DISTLER: Okay. While Mr. Pflumm is getting his poppy --

COUNCILMEMBER PFLUMM: Oh, no, I’m good.

COUNCILMEMBER VAUGHT: Oh, no, you’ve got to have a poppy.

COUNCILMEMBER PFLUMM: No, no, no. She’s giving it to her mom. I’m good.

COUNCILMEMBER PFLUMM: How much are they?

MS. COVELL: They’re just a donation. Oh, I was going to say, I’ve got more money. I could get one for each of these guys. Thank you very much.

MAYOR DISTLER: Thank you very much for everything you’re doing. It’s for a good cause. Okay. Thank you. Have a good evening.

MS. COVELL: Thank you. You too.

MAYOR DISTLER: You too.

MAYOR DISTLER: Before we begin our agenda, I'd like to explain our procedures for public input. During the meeting I will offer the opportunity for public input. If you would like to speak to the Council at any of those times, please come forward to the microphone. I will ask you to state your name and address for the record and then you may offer your comments. So that members of the audience can hear your comments, I would ask that you speak directly into the microphone. By policy, comments are limited to five minutes and no person may speak more than twice to any one agenda item. After you are finished, please sign the form on the podium to ensure we have an accurate record of your name and address.

In addition, while we won't do a roll call vote on every vote, I will state Councilmembers' names who vote in minority so that our listening audience will have a clear and accurate record of the vote.

C. CONSENT AGENDA

MAYOR DISTLER: The next item on the Agenda is the Consent Agenda. Does anyone have an item they would like to remove from the Consent Agenda? Mr. Pflumm?

COUNCILMEMBER PFLUMM: Yeah. Could I get Item Number 7?

MAYOR DISTLER: Item Number 7, to consider Contract Number 2017-0049, Addendum to the 2016 Traffic Signal and Street Light Maintenance Contract is going to be removed from the Consent Agenda. Any other items that need to be removed? Seeing none, I will accept a motion to approve the Consent Agenda.

COUNCILMEMBER SANDIFER: Motion to approve.

COUNCILMEMBER MEYER: Second.

MAYOR DISTLER: A motion has been made and seconded on this item. All those in favor say aye.

COUNCILMEMBERS: Aye.

MAYOR DISTLER: Opposed nay. Motion passes.
[Therefore, the motion was made by Councilmember Sandifer and seconded by Councilmember Meyer to approve Consent Agenda Item Numbers 1-6 and 8. The motion carried 8-0.]

7. CONSIDER CONTRACT NO. 2017-0049, AN ADDENDUM TO THE 2016 TRAFFIC SIGNAL AND STREET LIGHT MAINTENANCE CONTRACT.

MAYOR DISTLER: So then Item Number 7.

COUNCILMEMBER PFLUMM: Could we just get a little bit of an explanation, you know, on what that covers? And the reason why, I just had a question, because it really, I mean, there wasn’t a lot of detail in there about what it covers, but I know it’s just a maintenance contract, so there’s really not a lot that you can put in there. But several months back one of the streetlights, our downtown streetlights was leaning. It had like, you know, more than the leaning Tower of Pisa. And so I went over and pushed it up and they came and fixed it the next day. So, I don’t know if all of those need to be checked because of the bases or what. But, you know, those things are pretty heavy. And if one of those came down it would do damage to an individual or a car or anything like that. So, I don’t know if that’s included. So, I was just wondering. You know when -- that triggered that thought when you put that on the agenda, so that’s the reason why I brought it up.

UNIDENTIFIED SPEAKER: [Inaudible; talking off mic]

COUNCILMEMBER PFLUMM: All right. So then the other question I had to kind of add to that, are we kind of checking the bases of those out? I don’t know if the bolts just came loose because I wasn’t out there when they fixed it. But it was definitely leaning at, you know, let’s say a 30-degree, or you know what I mean.

UNIDENTIFIED SPEAKER: [Inaudible; talking off mic]

COUNCILMEMBER PFLUMM: No. No problem. So, I was just wondering about those downtown ones because I think they’re a little different. I appreciate it.

MAYOR DISTLER: Okay. Are there any other comments or questions on Item Number 7?

COUNCILMEMBER PFLUMM: Move for approval for Item Number 7.

COUNCILMEMBER JENKINS: Second.

MAYOR DISTLER: A motion has been made and seconded on Number 7 in the Consent Agenda. All those in favor say aye.

COUNCILMEMBERS: Aye.

MAYOR DISTLER: Opposed nay. Motion passes. (Motion passes 8-0)
[Therefore, the motion was made by Councilmember Pflumm and seconded by Councilmember Jenkins to approve Consent Agenda Item Number 7. The motion carried 8-0.]

D. MAYOR’S ITEMS

MAYOR DISTLER: The next item is Mayor's Items and I do not have anything tonight.

E. BUSINESS FROM THE FLOOR

MAYOR DISTLER: The next item is Business from the Floor. Is there anyone who has comments on an issue that is not on tonight’s agenda? Seeing none.

F. PUBLIC ITEMS

1. CONSIDER PASSING ORDINANCE NO. 3184, ESTABLISHING A FRANCHISE AGREEMENT WITH MOBILITE, LLC.

MAYOR DISTLER: The next item is Public Items. Item Number 1 is to Consider Passing Ordinance No. 3184, Establishing a Franchise Agreement with Mobilite, LLC.

Mobilite, LLC, intends to provide infrastructure for wireless service providers within the right-of-way and a Franchise Ordinance is required. The initial term will end on December 31, 2021, with 15 additional one-year terms and a franchise fee of 5 percent of gross receipts.

The recommended action is to pass Ordinance No. 3184. Does anyone on the Council have any questions? Anyone from the audience that would like to speak to this item? Seeing none, I will accept a motion.

COUNCILMEMBER PFLUMM: Move for approval.

COUNCILMEMBER SANDIFER: Second.

MAYOR DISTLER: A motion has been made and seconded on this item. All those in favor say aye.

COUNCILMEMBERS: Aye.

MAYOR DISTLER: Opposed nay. Motion passes.
[Therefore, the motion was made by Councilmember Pflumm and seconded by Councilmember Sandifer to pass Ordinance No. 3184, establishing a Franchise Agreement with Mobilite, LLC. The motion carried 8-0.]

2. CONSIDER CONTRACT NO. 2017-0050, AN EXCISE TAX ABATEMENT AGREEMENT WITH SHAWNEE HOLDINGS, LLC.

MAYOR DISTLER: Item Number 2 is to Consider Contract No. 2017-0050, an Excise Tax Abatement Agreement with Shawnee Holdings, LLC.

Pursuant to policy, Shawnee Holdings, LLC, has formally requested to be considered for the conditional abatement of the excise tax on 5.76 acres of previous platted and unplatted land generally located in the 22800 Block of Midland Drive for the purpose of developing a parking lot addition and one commercial building.

The recommended action is to approve and authorize the Mayor to sign the contract. Does anyone on the Council have any questions? Anyone from the audience that would like to speak to this item? Seeing none, I will accept a motion.

COUNCILMEMBER PFLUMM: So moved.

COUNCILMEMBER NEIGHBOR: Second.

MAYOR DISTLER: A motion has been made and seconded on this item. All those in favor say aye.

COUNCILMEMBERS: Aye.

MAYOR DISTLER: Opposed nay. Motion passes.
[Therefore, the motion was made by Councilmember Pflumm and seconded by Councilmember Neighbor to authorize the Mayor to sign Contract No. 2017-0050, an Excise Tax Abatement Agreement with Shawnee Holdings, LLC.
The motion carried 8-0.]

G. STAFF ITEMS

1. CONSIDER APPROVING FINAL PLANS FOR THE STUMP PARK TRAIL STREAMBANK STABILIZATION, 55th STREET QUIET ZONE ALTERNATE ACCESS, AND THE COMMUNITY CENTER GRADING PROJECT.

MAYOR DISTLER: The next item is Staff Items. Item Number 1 is to Consider Approving Final Plans for the Stump Park Trail Streambank Stabilization, 55th Street Quiet Zone Alternate Access, and the Community Center Grading Project.

Final plans for this project are now complete. During design, it was determined the City could realize cost savings and efficiencies by combining the projects into one construction contract. The total budget is $343,110 and is partially funded through Parks and Pipes, Economic Development and General Fund.

The recommended action is to approve final plans and authorize staff to proceed with bidding the project. Does anyone on the Council have any questions? Mr. Jenkins.

COUNCILMEMBER JENKINS: Just one. I wanted to get an idea of what we save by doing this. I always like to hear about savings. So, I suppose in the economies of scale here we save some money. Any estimate on what that was?

MR. WESSELSCHMIDT: We won’t really know until we take the bids. It was just the idea that instead of doing three bidding projects combining them into one.

COUNCILMEMBER JENKINS: So, it’s an assumption at this point?

MR. WESSELSCHMIDT: Yes.

COUNCILMEMBER JENKINS: Okay. Thank you.

MAYOR DISTLER: Ms. Meyer.

COUNCILMEMBER MEYER: Yeah. Mine is less of a question directly about the Stump Park, but looking at this and seeing it coupled with the Community Center grading got me to thinking. I know that there are some extra funds in the Parks and Rec budget for the current year. And in talking about the Community Center, I was wondering if as we go into the budget conversation it might be something we could considering looking at using some of that excess funds to do a programming study for the Community Center again so we can kind of get a better idea of what it might cost and start to kind of wrap our mind around that conversation. So, just wanted to put that out there.

COUNCILMEMBER VAUGHT: I agree.

MAYOR DISTLER: Okay. Any other questions or comments from the Council? Anyone from the audience that would like to speak to this item? Okay. Seeing none, I will accept a motion.

COUNCILMEMBER MEYER: So moved.

COUNCILMEMBER VAUGHT: Second.

MAYOR DISTLER: A motion has been made and seconded on this item. All those in favor say aye.

COUNCILMEMBERS: Aye.

MAYOR DISTLER: Opposed nay. Motion passes.
[Therefore, the motion was made by Councilmember Meyer and seconded by Councilmember Vaught to approve the Final Plans for the Stump Park Trail Streambank Stabilization, 55th Street Quiet Zone Alternate Access, and Community Center Grading Projects, and authorize staff to advertise the project for bids. The motion carried 8-0.]

2. CONSIDER APPROVING FINAL PLANS AND ACCEPTING A DEED OF DEDICATION OF RIGHT-OF-WAY FOR THE CAENEN AVENUE TRAFFIC SIGNAL REPLACEMENT PROJECT, P.N. 3420.

MAYOR DISTLER: Item Number 2 is to Consider Approving Final Plans and Accepting a Deed of Dedication of Right-of-way for the Caenen Avenue Traffic Signal Replacement Project, P.N. 3420.

This project is on the City's Capital Improvement Program. Final plans are now complete. The total budget is $200,000 and is included in the Traffic Signal Capital Improvement Fund. The next step is to approve final plans and accept a deed of right-of-way from the Shawnee Mission School District.

(a) Approve the final plans for the 67th Street and Caenen Avenue Traffic Signal Replacement Project, P.N. 3420, and authorize staff to advertise the project for bids.

There are two recommended actions. The first is to approve the final plans and authorize staff to bid the project. Does anyone on the Council have any questions? Mr. Kenig.

COUNCILMEMBER KENIG: I don’t have a question just a comment. I attended the neighborhood meeting back in December, the community meeting about this. And I really appreciate Kevin Manning taking the lead on that and how it was organized and the feedback that was provided by residents and those impacted in the area, up to submitting their evaluations as well. So, I thought it was a great reflection on how we solicit community feedback with these types of projects and try to minimize adverse impact.

MAYOR DISTLER: Any other questions or comments from the Council? Anyone from the audience that would like to speak to this item? Seeing none, I will accept a motion.

COUNCILMEMBER JENKINS: Move for approval.

COUNCILMEMBER KENIG: Second.

MAYOR DISTLER: A motion has been made and seconded on this item. All those in favor say aye.

COUNCILMEMBERS: Aye.

MAYOR DISTLER: Opposed nay. Motion passes.
[Therefore, the motion was made by Councilmember Jenkins and seconded by Councilmember Kenig to approve the final plans for the 67th Street and Caenen Avenue Traffic Signal Replacement Project, P.N. 3420, and authorize staff to advertise the project for bids. The motion carried 8-0.]

(b) Accept the deed of dedication of right-of-way from the Shawnee Mission School District for the property commonly known as 6720 Caenen Avenue.

MAYOR DISTLER: The second action is to accept the deed of dedication of right-of-way from the Shawnee Mission School District for the property commonly known as 6720 Caenen Avenue. Does anyone on the Council have any questions or comments? Anyone from the audience that would like to speak to this item? Seeing none, I will accept a motion.

COUNCILMEMBER KENIG: Move for approval.

COUNCILMEMBER NEIGHBOR: Second.

MAYOR DISTLER: A motion has been made and seconded on this item. All those in favor say aye.

COUNCILMEMBERS: Aye.

MAYOR DISTLER: Opposed nay. Motion passes.
[Therefore, the motion was made by Councilmember Kenig and seconded by Councilmember Neighbor to accept the deed of dedication of right-of-way from the Shawnee Mission School District for the property commonly known as 6720 Caenen Avenue. The motion passed 8-0.]

3. CONSIDER CONTRACT NO. 2017-0051, A PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT FOR THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE FLINT STREET, JOHNSON DRIVE TO 62ND TERRACE, STREET IMPROVEMENT PROJECT, P.N. 3432.

MAYOR DISTLER: Item Number 3 is to Consider Contract No. 2017-0051, a Professional Services Agreement for the Administration of the Flint Street, Johnson Drive to 62nd Terrace, Street Improvement Project, P.N. 3432.

This project is on the City's Capital Improvement Program. Staff has recommended contracting the administration of this project to BHC Rhodes in the amount of $75,000.

The recommended action is to approve and authorize the Mayor to sign the agreement. Does anyone on the Council have any questions or comments? Anyone from the audience that would like to speak to this item? Seeing none, I will accept a motion.

COUNCILMEMBER PFLUMM: So moved.

COUNCILMEMBER NEIGHBOR: Second.

MAYOR DISTLER: A motion has been made and seconded on this item. All those in favor say aye.

COUNCILMEMBERS: Aye.

MAYOR DISTLER: Opposed nay. Motion passes.
[Therefore, the motion was made by Councilmember Pflumm and seconded by Councilmember Neighbor to authorize the Mayor to sign Contract No. 2017-0051, a Professional Services Agreement with BHC Rhodes in the amount of $75,000 for the administration of the Flint Street, Johnson Drive to 62nd Terrace, Street Improvement Project, P.N. 3432. The motion carried 8-0.]

4. CONSIDER CONTRACT NO. 2017-0052 WITH AMINO BROTHERS FOR THE 2017 STORMWATER MAINTENANCE CONTRACT.

MAYOR DISTLER: Item Number 4 is to Consider Contract No. 2017-0052 with Amino Brothers for the 2017 Stormwater Maintenance Contract.

As a result of the increasing failing stormwater infrastructure, Public Works crews are at workload and resource capacity and staff is recommending that some of the CSR projects be contracted. In 2016, the Governing Body approved a contract for large pipe repairs with Amino Brothers Correct., Inc. The contractor has agreed to honor the same unit prices for a total amount not to exceed $125,000.

The recommended action is to approve and authorize the Mayor to sign the contract. Does anyone on the Council have any questions or comments? Anyone from the audience that would like to speak to this item? Seeing none, I will accept a motion.

COUNCILMEMBER VAUGHT: Move for approval.

COUNCILMEMBER PFLUMM: Second.

MAYOR DISTLER: A motion has been made and seconded on this item. All those in favor say aye.

COUNCILMEMBERS: Aye.

MAYOR DISTLER: Opposed nay. Motion passes.
[Therefore, the motion was made by Councilmember Vaught and seconded by Councilmember Pflumm to authorize the Mayor to sign Contract No. 2017-0052 with Amino Brothers Co., Inc. for an amount not to exceed $125,000 for the 2017 Stormwater Maintenance Contract. The motion carried 8-0.]

5. CONSIDER BIDS AND CONTRACT NO. 2017-0053 FOR THE JOHNSON DRIVE AND MUND STORM SEWER IMPROVEMENT PROJECT, P.N. 3426.

MAYOR DISTLER: Item Number 5 is to Consider Bids and Contract No. 2017-0053 for the Johnson Drive and Mund Storm Sewer Improvement Project, P.N. 3426.

Final Plans were approved by the Governing Body on March 27, 2017. Bids were received from five contractors. Staff recommends awarding the contract to Blue Nile Contractors in the amount of $660,852.37.

The recommended action is to approve and authorize the Mayor to sign the contract. Does anyone on the Council have any questions or comments? Anyone from the audience that would like to speak to this item? Seeing none, I will accept a motion.

COUNCILMEMBER VAUGHT: Move for approval.

COUNCILMEMBER PFLUMM: Second.

MAYOR DISTLER: A motion has been made and seconded on this item. All those in favor say aye.

COUNCILMEMBERS: Aye.

MAYOR DISTLER: Opposed nay. Motion passes.
[Therefore, the motion was made by Councilmember Vaught and seconded by Councilmember Pflumm to authorize the Mayor to sign Contract No. 2017-0053 with Blue Nile Contractors in the amount of $660,852.37 for the Johnson Drive and Mund Storm Sewer Improvement Project, P.N. 3426. The motion carried 8-0.]

6. CONSIDER BIDS AND CONTRACT NO. 2017-0054 FOR THE 2017 PARKING LOT LIGHTING REPLACEMENT PROJECT, P.N. 3434.

MAYOR DISTLER: Item Number 6 is to Consider Bids and Contract No. 2017-0054 for the 2017 Parking Lot Lighting Replacement Project, P.N. 3434.

Final Plans were approved by the Governing Body on March 27, 2017. Bids were received from four contractors. Staff recommends awarding the contract to All Pro Electrical Tech, Inc., in the amount of $160,400.

The recommended action is to approve and authorize the Mayor to sign the contract. Does anyone on the Council have any questions or comments? Anyone from the audience that would like to speak to this item?

COUNCILMEMBER JENKINS: I just have one.

MAYOR DISTLER: Mr. Jenkins.

COUNCILMEMBER JENKINS: Just one comment. It looks like the bidding on this [inaudible] successful on the bidding process because I noticed this project, this All Pro Electrical Tech, Incorporated was $37,000 less than the next closest one. So, it was significant savings over the other contractors. The other ones all went over 200,000. So, it seems like there’s a lot of variance on the price on these things. It’s kind of surprising to be that much difference in the contract.

MAYOR DISTLER: I will accept a motion.

COUNCILMEMBER JENKINS: So moved.

COUNCILMEMBER PFLUMM: Second.

MAYOR DISTLER: A motion has been made and seconded on this item. All those in favor say aye.

COUNCILMEMBERS: Aye.

MAYOR DISTLER: Opposed nay. Motion passes.
[Therefore, the motion was made by Councilmember Jenkins and seconded by Councilmember Pflumm to authorize the Mayor to sign Contract No. 2017-0054 with All Pro Electrical Tech, Inc. in the amount of $160,400 for the 2017 Parking Lot Lighting Replacement Project, P.N. 3434. The motion carried 8-0.]

H. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS

1. RATIFY SEMI-MONTHLY CLAIM FOR MAY 8, 2017, IN THE AMOUNT OF $3,332,086.67.

MAYOR DISTLER: The next item is Miscellaneous Items. Items Number 1 is to Ratify the Semi-Monthly Claim for May 8, 2017, in the Amount of $3,332,086.67.

Does anyone on the Council have any questions? Anyone from the audience that would want to speak to this item? I will accept a motion.

COUNCILMEMBER KENIG: Move for approval.

COUNCILMEMBER VAUGHT: Second.

MAYOR DISTLER: A motion has been made and seconded. All those in favor say aye.

COUNCILMEMBERS: Aye.

MAYOR DISTLER: Opposed nay. Motion passes.
[Therefore, the motion was made by Councilmember Kenig and seconded by Councilmember Vaught to ratify the semi-monthly claim for May 8, 2017 in the amount of $3,332,86.67. The motion carried 8-0.]

2. MISCELLANEOUS COUNCIL ITEMS.

MAYOR DISTLER: Item Number 2 is Miscellaneous Council Items. Does anyone on the Council have an item they would like to discuss? Seeing none.

I. ADJOURNMENT

MAYOR DISTLER: If there are no other items, I will accept a motion to adjourn.

COUNCILMEMBER SANDIFER: Motion to adjourn.

COUNCILMEMBER NEIGHBOR: Second.

MAYOR DISTLER: A motion has been made and seconded to adjourn. All those in favor say aye.

COUNCILMEMBERS: Aye.

MAYOR DISTLER: Oppose nay. Motion passes. We are adjourned. Thank you.
[Therefore, the motion was made by Councilmember Sandifer and seconded by Councilmember Neighbor to adjourn. The motion carried 8-0.]
(Shawnee City Council Meeting Adjourned at 7:17 p.m.)


CERTIFICATE

I certify that the foregoing is a correct transcript from the electronic sound recording of the proceedings in the above-entitled matter.

/das May 14, 2017

Deborah A. Sweeney, Recording Secretary

APPROVED BY:

_______________________

Stephen Powell, City Clerk











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