THE CITY OF OKLAHOMA CITY

JOURNAL OF COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS

REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING

FEBRUARY 18, 2003

(The agenda was posted on the Council Chamber bulletin board at 4:55 p.m. on February 13, 2003.)

I.Invocation and Pledge of Allegiance.

REVEREND BRUCE HILL

SURREY HILLS BAPTIST CHURCH

PLEDGE LED BY COUNCILWOMAN SIMANK

II.Call to Order. 8:34 a.m.

MAYOR HUMPHREYS PRESIDING.

AMY BROOKS ABSENT.

III.From the Office of the Mayor.

Gerald Garrett, President of the Oklahoma State Firefighters Association, presented Heroism Awards to Major Jay Magerus and Recruit Greg Merrell. Also present were:

Chief Alan Benson with the Oklahoma City Fire Department, and Chris Bain (Nichols Hills Fire Department), Steve Lumry (Oklahoma City Fire Department), and Juan Rodriguez (Lawton Fire Department) with the Oklahoma State Firefighters Association.

IV.A.Receive Journal of Council Proceedings for February 11, 2003.

RECEIVED. MOVED BY LIEBMANN, SECONDED BY SIMANK. AYES: MAYOR HUMPHREYS, CORNETT, MCATEE, RINEHART, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND LIEBMANN. ABSENT: FOSHEE.

IV.B.Approve Journal of Council Proceedings for February 4, 2003.

APPROVED. MOVED BY LIEBMANN, SECONDED BY SIMANK. AYES: MAYOR HUMPHREYS, CORNETT, MCATEE, RINEHART, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND LIEBMANN. ABSENT: FOSHEE.

V.Request for Uncontested Continuances.

RECESS COUNCIL MEETING.

CONVENE AS OKLAHOMA CITY MUNICIPAL FACILITIES AUTHORITY. 8:44 a.m.

(Majority of a Quorum required for approval)

1.Resolution authorizing the open market purchase of various training services (OM3-C37017), February 18, 2003 through June 30, 2003, estimated cost $30,000.

ADOPTED. MOVED BY LIEBMANN, SECONDED BY SIMANK. AYES: MAYOR HUMPHREYS, CORNETT, MCATEE, RINEHART, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND LIEBMANN. PROCUREMENT SERVICES DIVISION. ABSENT: FOSHEE.

ADJOURN OCMFA. 8:44 a.m.

CONVENE AS OKLAHOMA CITY PUBLIC PROPERTY AUTHORITY. 8:44 a.m.

(Five of nine affirmative votes required for approval.)

1.Specifications to be advertised for bids:

a.Golf course grounds maintenance equipment and supplies, (B4630), Lincoln Park, Lake Hefner, Trosper Park, Earlywine and James E. Stewart golf courses, Fiscal Year 2003-04.

b.Golf course driving range balls, (B4609), Lake Hefner, Lincoln Park, Trosper Park, Earlywine Park and James E. Stewart golf courses, Fiscal Year 2003-04.

APPROVED AND AUTHORIZED. BID RECEIPT DATE: MARCH 11, 2003. MOVED BY LIEBMANN, SECONDED BY SIMANK. AYES: MAYOR HUMPHREYS, CORNETT, MCATEE, RINEHART, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND LIEBMANN. ABSENT: FOSHEE. PROCUREMENT SERVICES DIVISION.

ADJOURN OCPPA. 8:44 a.m.

RECONVENE COUNCIL MEETING.

VI.Consent Docket.

A.Resolution authorizing the purchase of grounds equipment from State Contract (S3-SW30190), retroactive to December 1, 2002 through June 30, 2003, estimated cost $200,000.

ADOPTED. MOVED BY LIEBMANN, SECONDED BY JOHNSON. AYES: MAYOR HUMPHREYS, CORNETT, MCATEE, RINEHART, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND LIEBMANN. ABSENT: FOSHEE. PROCUREMENT SERVICES DIVISION.

B.Resolution accepting the irrevocable letter of credit and dedications contained in the final plat of Brighton Place Addition, Section 6, south of NW 36th Street and west of Sara Road. Ward 1.

ADOPTED. MOVED BY LIEBMANN, SECONDED BY JOHNSON. AYES: MAYOR HUMPHREYS, CORNETT, MCATEE, RINEHART, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND LIEBMANN. ABSENT: FOSHEE. PLANNING DEPARTMENT.

C.Resolution releasing the irrevocable letter of credit #5131267 for Rose Creek, Blocks 6-8, north of NW 164th Street and west of May Avenue. Ward 8.

ADOPTED. MOVED BY LIEBMANN, SECONDED BY JOHNSON. AYES: MAYOR HUMPHREYS, CORNETT, MCATEE, RINEHART, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND LIEBMANN. ABSENT: FOSHEE. PLANNING DEPARTMENT.

D.Resolution accepting the dedications contained in the final plat of Cypress Place, south of SE 59th Street and east of Choctaw Road. Ward 4.

ADOPTED. MOVED BY LIEBMANN, SECONDED BY JOHNSON. AYES: MAYOR HUMPHREYS, CORNETT, MCATEE, RINEHART, JOHNSON AND LIEBMANN. ABSENT: FOSHEE. PLANNING DEPARTMENT.

VI.E.1.Ordinance to be introduced and set for final hearing March 11, 2003, relating to "zoning"; amending Section 4200 of Article IV of Chapter 59 of the Oklahoma City Municipal Code, 2002, relating to historical preservation; amending Section 4200.1 by changing the name to Historic Preservation; amending Section 4200.2 by amending definitions; amending Section 4200.3 relating to the membership and terms of the commission; amending Section 4200.4 relating to the HL Historic Landmark Zoning District; amending Section 4200.5 by amending the height regulations and the area and setback regulations to conform to the criteria in the preservation guidelines; amending Section 4200.6 to clarify designation process and to provide for a Stay Of Permits pending the designation process; amending Section 4200.7 by exempting certain items of work from a Certificate Of Appropriateness; requiring certain documentation; setting time limits for commission review; setting forth certain actions exercisable by the commission; providing for revocation procedures for a Certificate Of Appropriateness; providing for extended time limits for Certificates Of Appropriateness; adding the preservation guidelines as a review criteria; amending items relating to administrative approvals; adding requirements for Certificate Of Appropriateness for work already completed; providing for approval in certain unique circumstances; amending Section 4200.8 by authorizing the appointment of historic review committees; adding an appeal procedure for administrative items; amending the appeal procedure; and amending the provisions relating to demolition by adding standards for demolition and creation of an economic review board.

2.Resolution to be introduced and set for final hearing March 11, 2003, adopting preservation guidelines for Oklahoma City Historic Districts.

INTRODUCED AND SET FOR FINAL HEARING MARCH 11, 2003: E. 1 AND 2. MOVED BY LIEBMANN, SECONDED BY JOHNSON. AYES: MAYOR HUMPHREYS, CORNETT, MCATEE, RINEHART, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND LIEBMANN. ABSENT: FOSHEE. PLANNING DEPARTMENT.

VI.F.Resolution accepting vacant properties from the Board of County Commissioners of Oklahoma County and authorizing conveyance of the properties to Oklahoma City Housing Services Redevelopment Corporation, 708 NW 26th Street; Neighborhood Services Organization, Inc., 1105 NW 11th Street; and City Care, Inc., NW 2nd Street west of Youngs Boulevard, as part of the City's Affordable Housing Program, and authorization to execute three Quit Claim Deeds. Wards 2 and 6.

ADOPTED. MOVED BY LIEBMANN, SECONDED BY JOHNSON. AYES: MAYOR HUMPHREYS, CORNETT, MCATEE, RINEHART, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND LIEBMANN. ABSENT: FOSHEE. PLANNING DEPARTMENT.

G.Specifications to be advertised for bids, Project MC-0207, mowing of city-owned properties. Wards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8.

APPROVED AND AUTHORIZED. BID RECEIPT DATE: MARCH 11, 2003. MOVED BY LIEBMANN, SECONDED BY JOHNSON. AYES: MAYOR HUMPHREYS, CORNETT, MCATEE, RINEHART, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND LIEBMANN. ABSENT: FOSHEE. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT.

H.Contract for engineering services with Crafton, Tull and Associates, Inc., Project TC-0283, traffic control improvements, North Kelley Avenue and NE 63rd Street, fee of $24,840. Ward 7.

APPROVED. MOVED BY LIEBMANN, SECONDED BY JOHNSON. AYES: MAYOR HUMPHREYS, CORNETT, MCATEE, RINEHART, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND LIEBMANN. ABSENT: FOSHEE. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT.

I.Change Order No. 1, Project BC-0146, emergency bridge repair, Burlington Northern and Santa Fe Railroad bridge on North Western Avenue, north of NW 86th Street. Ward 2.

APPROVED. MOVED BY LIEBMANN, SECONDED BY JOHNSON. AYES: MAYOR HUMPHREYS, CORNETT, MCATEE, RINEHART, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND LIEBMANN. ABSENT: FOSHEE. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT.

J.Amendment No. 2 to contract for architectural services, Project MB-0548, new central maintenance facility - Phase I, 1621 South Portland Avenue, fee increase of $17,825. Ward 6.

APPROVED. MOVED BY LIEBMANN, SECONDED BY JOHNSON. AYES: MAYOR HUMPHREYS, CORNETT, MCATEE, RINEHART, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND LIEBMANN. ABSENT: FOSHEE. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT.

VI.K.Final acceptance of:

1.Contract No. PR-8-01/02, for street resurfacing, four locations, and placing maintenance bond into effect. Ward 4.

2.Project DM-0198, channel cleaning and maintenance, five locations, and placing maintenance bond into effect. Wards 1 and 3.

3.Project DM-0199, channel cleaning and maintenance, drainage channel east of Rockwell Avenue, from the railroad north of Reno Avenue, south to the North Canadian River. Ward 3.

ACCEPTED AND PLACED IN EFFECT: K. 1, 2. ACCEPTED: K. 3. MOVED BY LIEBMANN, SECONDED BY JOHNSON. AYES: MAYOR HUMPHREYS, CORNETT, MCATEE, RINEHART, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND LIEBMANN. ABSENT: FOSHEE. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT.

L.Acceptance of permanent and temporary easements, Project SC-0609, Phase II, sanitary sewer, NW 35th Street and Venice Boulevard to NW 40th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue. Ward 2.

ACCEPTED. MOVED BY LIEBMANN, SECONDED BY JOHNSON. AYES: MAYOR HUMPHREYS, CORNETT, MCATEE, RINEHART, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND LIEBMANN. ABSENT: FOSHEE. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT.

M.Acceptance of permanent easements, Project PC-0246, 16th Street Plaza District Streetscape, NW 16th Street, Classen Boulevard to Pennsylvania Avenue. Ward 6.

ACCEPTED. MOVED BY LIEBMANN, SECONDED BY JOHNSON. AYES: MAYOR HUMPHREYS, CORNETT, MCATEE, RINEHART, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND LIEBMANN. ABSENT: FOSHEE. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT.

N.Resolution authorizing use of State DCS Non-Encumbered Contract and Agreement Number 03356, for the furnishing of all labor and materials for repairing and replacing sections of guardrail, remainder of Fiscal Year 2002-03.

ADOPTED. MOVED BY LIEBMANN, SECONDED BY JOHNSON. AYES: MAYOR HUMPHREYS, CORNETT, MCATEE, RINEHART, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND LIEBMANN. ABSENT: FOSHEE. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT.

VI.O.Resolution approving Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity:

1.Cudd Enterprises Corporation dba Pizazz Limousine Service to operate two vehicles for hire in the limousine business; February 18, 2003 through June 30, 2003.

2.Elaine's Transport Company, Inc., to operate two vehicles for hire in handicapped transportation service; February 18, 2003 through June 30, 2003.

ADOPTED: O. 1, 2. MOVED BY LIEBMANN, SECONDED BY JOHNSON. AYES: MAYOR HUMPHREYS, CORNETT, MCATEE, RINEHART, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND LIEBMANN. ABSENT: FOSHEE. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT.

P.Resolution authorizing the Municipal Counselor to waive service of process and to confess judgment without admission of liability in the amount of $2,305 and all costs of the action in the Oklahoma County District Court in the claim filed by Carla Stevens and Jimmy Leeder.

ADOPTED. MOVED BY LIEBMANN, SECONDED BY JOHNSON. AYES: MAYOR HUMPHREYS, CORNETT, MCATEE, RINEHART, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND LIEBMANN. ABSENT: FOSHEE. MUNICIPAL COUNSELOR'S OFFICE.

Q.Agreement with UMB Bank, n.a., for paying agent and registrar for the General Obligation Bonds, Series 2003, $5,250 over the life of the issue, February 18, 2003 through June 30, 2003, not to exceed $500.

APPROVED. MOVED BY LIEBMANN, SECONDED BY JOHNSON. AYES: MAYOR HUMPHREYS, CORNETT, MCATEE, RINEHART, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND LIEBMANN. ABSENT: FOSHEE. FINANCE DEPARTMENT.

R.Dog Park Permit with Partner for Animal Welfare of Oklahoma, Inc., to develop and operate a dog park at Lake Hefner Park, NW 73rd Street and Grand Boulevard, February 18, 2003 through February 17, 2006. Ward 2.

APPROVED. MOVED BY LIEBMANN, SECONDED BY JOHNSON. AYES: MAYOR HUMPHREYS, CORNETT, MCATEE, RINEHART, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND LIEBMANN. ABSENT: FOSHEE. PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT.

VII.Concurrence Docket.

A.Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area Public Schools Trust in approving Amendment No. 1, Project MC-0162, Program Consultant Services.

CONCURRED. MOVED BY JOHNSON, SECONDED BY LIEBMANN. AYES: MAYOR HUMPHREYS, CORNETT, MCATEE, RINEHART, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND LIEBMANN. ABSENT: FOSHEE. MAPS OFFICE.

B.Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area Public Schools Trust in recommending Oklahoma City Independent School District 89 approve a contract for architectural services with Cobb Architecture, Project EB-0004, fire alarm systems, Capitol Hill High School, 500 SW 36th Street; Classen School of Advanced Studies, 1901 North Ellison Avenue; Johnson Elementary School, 1810 Sheffield Road; Telstar Elementary School, 9521 NE 16th Street; and Willow Brook Elementary School, 8105 NE 10th Street; and approving right of entry agreement, fee of $29,230. Ward 6, The Village and Midwest City.

CONCURRED. MOVED BY JOHNSON, SECONDED BY LIEBMANN. AYES: MAYOR HUMPHREYS, CORNETT, MCATEE, RINEHART, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND LIEBMANN. ABSENT: FOSHEE. MAPS OFFICE.

C.Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area Public Schools Trust in receiving Consultant Review Committee Report, Project EB-0005, new 1200-student high school, Grant High School, 5016 South Pennsylvania Avenue, and recommending the Oklahoma City Public School Board of Education authorize negotiations for contract of architectural services. Ward 4.

CONCURRED. MOVED BY JOHNSON, SECONDED BY LIEBMANN. AYES: MAYOR HUMPHREYS, CORNETT, MCATEE, RINEHART, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND LIEBMANN. ABSENT: FOSHEE. MAPS OFFICE.

VII.D.Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area Public Schools Trust in ratifying and approving Addenda Nos. 1, 2 and 3; awarding contract to S and S Truck and Bus, Inc., Project ES-0016, CNG Mini-Buses, $1,030,284, subject to performance bond; rejecting bids for Type "C" Conventional School Buses, approving and authorizing revised specifications to be advertised for bids, type "C" Conventional school buses for Independent School District No. 89.

CONCURRED. MOVED BY JOHNSON, SECONDED BY LIEBMANN. AYES: MAYOR HUMPHREYS, CORNETT, MCATEE, RINEHART, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND LIEBMANN. ABSENT: FOSHEE. MAPS OFFICE.

E.Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area Public Schools Trust in ratifying and approving Addenda Nos. 1 and 2, awarding contract to Midwest Wrecking Co., Project ES-0008, demolition of Longfellow Elementary School, 1201 NE 48th Street, $85,913.91; and approving right of entry agreement, contract and bonds. Ward 7.

CONCURRED. MOVED BY JOHNSON, SECONDED BY LIEBMANN. AYES: MAYOR HUMPHREYS, CORNETT, MCATEE, RINEHART, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND LIEBMANN. ABSENT: FOSHEE. MAPS OFFICE.

F.Concurrence with the Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area Public Schools Trust in approving the application of funding:

1.Piedmont Public School District, elementary and high school roof repairs, Piedmont Elementary School and Piedmont High School, $26,204.80.

2.Putnam City School District, security camera system, Putnam City High School, $86,530.

3.Putnam City School District, renovate and install new electrical and mechanical systems in the Putnam City Center, $874,800.

CONCURRED. MOVED BY JOHNSON, SECONDED BY LIEBMANN. AYES: MAYOR HUMPHREYS, CORNETT, MCATEE, RINEHART, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND LIEBMANN. ABSENT: FOSHEE. MAPS OFFICE.

VIII.Items Requiring Separate Votes.

;A.Ordinance on final hearing (emergency) recommended for approval (five of nine affirmative votes required for approval), (PC-9748) 2700 South Morgan Road from AA Agricultural and PUD-239 Planned Unit Development to R-1 Single Family Residential. Ward 3.

Deferred from October 22, November 5, November 19, November 26, December 10, 2002, and January 22, 2003.

ADOPTED WITHOUT EMERGENCY. ORD. #22,152. MOVED BY MCATEE, SECONDED BY SIMANK. AYES: MAYOR HUMPHREYS, CORNETT, MCATEE, RINEHART, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND LIEBMANN. ABSENT: FOSHEE. PLANNING DEPARTMENT.

B.1.Public hearing re:

a.12 North Allen Street (house) Ward 6

b.1835 Gatewood Avenue (garage) Ward 6

c.2463 West Sheridan Avenue (house) Ward 6

d.608 NW 5th Street (house) Ward 6

e.1824 NW 12th Street (house) Ward 6

f.1515 NW 17th Street (carport) Ward 6

2.Resolution declaring the structures are dilapidated; directing said structures to be torn down, establishing dates of February 19, 2003 and March 21, 2003 for commencement and completion of removal by owners.

ADOPTED: B. 1. a-d. DEFERRED TO MARCH 4, 2003: B. 1. f. DEFERRED TO MARCH 18, 2003: B. 1. e. MOVED BY SIMANK, SECONDED BY LIEBMANN. AYES: MAYOR HUMPHREYS, CORNETT, MCATEE, RINEHART, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND LIEBMANN. ABSENT: FOSHEE. NEIGHBORHOOD SERVICES DEPARTMENT.

C.1.Public hearing re:

a.1835 Gatewood Avenue (apartment) Ward 6

b.229 East Madison Street (north apartment building, south apartment building) Ward 7

c.1329 NE 10th Street (shed) Ward 7

d.720 NE 15th Street (house) Ward 7

e.;601 SW 30th Street (house) Ward 6

2.9;Resolution declaring the structures are unsecured.

ADOPTED: C. 1. a-c, e. STRICKEN: C. 1. d. MOVED BY SIMANK, SECONDED BY LIEBMANN. AYES: MAYOR HUMPHREYS, CORNETT, MCATEE, RINEHART, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND LIEBMANN. ABSENT: FOSHEE. NEIGHBORHOOD SERVICES DEPARTMENT.

VIII.D.1.Claims recommended for denial:

a.Helen Berry $685

b.Lula Broussard $313.95

c.Timothy C. Hearn $1,652.82

d.Minnie Jones $2,793.72

e.;Zenephor and Oleta Overstreet $1,333.14

f.Progressive Insurance $1,805.84

g.Mary Slaughter $2,625

h.Debbie Smith, $3,805

9AND/OR

2.Enter into executive session with the Municipal Counselor to discuss the above claims as authorized by 25 O.S. (2001) 307(B)(4).

DENIED AS RECOMMENDED: D. 1. a, f. DEFERRED TO MARCH 4, 2003: D. 1. b-e, g, h. NO ACTION TAKEN: D. 2. MOVED BY LIEBMANN, SECONDED BY SIMANK. AYES: MAYOR HUMPHREYS, CORNETT, MCATEE, RINEHART, FOSHEE, SIMANK, JOHNSON AND LIEBMANN. MUNICIPAL COUNSELOR'S OFFICE.

IX.Items from Council.

Mr. McAtee expressed appreciation to Wendel Whisenhunt and Sheila Dees for their assistance in helping one of his neighborhoods.

Mr. McAtee extended congratulations to Ed Martin for doing an outstanding job at a weed-and-seed neighborhood meeting. Unfortunately, the attendance was low for this meeting but Ed put together an excellent program that included the police and Rick Johnson, and created more publicity for Earned Income Tax Credit.

Mr. Foshee asked the President of the Rivendell Homeowners Association to call him concerning some street complaints in the Rivendell area. He said once he learns the exact locations of these streets, he will get some crews out to work on them.

Mr. Foshee attended the Firefighters Awards Banquet. He thought the citizens should be aware of the things the firefighters do to protect the public. He recounted a story about one firefighter who received a medal of valor for saving a victim from a burning car just as the vehicle was engulfed in flames. Mr. Foshee said we should recognize the police and firefighters for risking their lives on a daily basis to protect us.

Ms. Simank said she also attended the banquet and she wanted to let the police and firefighters know she appreciates their public safety service.

IX.

Ms. Simank asked what could be done about vicious dog attacks. She received a recent e-mail from a woman who suffered a pit bull attack. She said lately there have been reports of police officers having to shoot vicious animals. Ms. Simank understands the City can't discriminate against breeds but she wondered if the City could increase fines to owners of these vicious dogs.

Mr. Burkett said he would check into the possibility of increasing the fines.

Ms. Simank asked if there were any criminal laws against breeding or raising dogs for fighting.

Mr. Burkett said the state statute gives the City authority to regulate dogs as long as it isn't breed specific.

Ms. Johnson said she attended a Shidler-Wheeler Neighborhood Association meeting last week and met some capable police officers in that neighborhood, including Captain Elias. She found, however, there are many concerns about the activities surrounding some homes in that area. She asked if the police could do some drive-throughs to increase the safety of the senior citizens living there.

Ms. Johnson attended a graduation ceremony at Goodwill Industries. She said it was such a rewarding experience to see the pride displayed by the graduates. Ms. Johnson feels Goodwill Industries is doing a good job.

Ms. Johnson learned last week there is a celebrity of sorts working in the Municipal Counselor's office. Pat Dennis' husband, James Dennis, is a prolific inventor and has patents for the record changer and a CD changer.

Mr. Liebmann said Waste Management distributed notices to residents in his area asking them to bag papers before putting them in the recycle bin.

X.Citizens to be Heard.

XI.City Manager Reports.

1.February 2003 Sales and Use Tax Collections

The City Manager said sales tax collections are 1.2% less than last year. The City was staying very close to last year's figures, but this report shows that we've dropped below last year.

The City Manager noted a couple of positive things that have helped the City's financial situation. The Ford Center is performing better than expected and the subsidies will be less than anticipated. The court costs adopted last week will also have a positive effect on the budget. Still it doesn't come close to off setting the $8-10 million shortfall anticipated for this year.

XII.A.1.Relocate Council meeting to Council Conference Room behind Council Chambers, 200 North Walker Avenue, Third Floor.

COUNCIL MEETING RELOCATED.

2.Presentation by Urban Prospects with Marcel Quimby Architecture/Preservation and discussion of the importance of historical preservation and landmark zoning regulations on a local and national basis.

PRESENTED BY RON EMRICH, URBAN PROSPECTS.

XIII.Adjournment. 11:05 a.m.

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Kirk Humphreys

Mayor

ATTEST:

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Frances Kersey
City Clerk

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James D. Couch
City Manager