Regular City Council Meeting - September 22, 2020

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City Council 

Regular Meeting

September 22, 2020

 

The City of Titusville City Council met in regular session on Tuesday, September 22, 2020, at Titusville City Hall, second floor, Council Chamber, 555 South Washington Avenue, Titusville, Florida 32796. Mayor Johnson called the City Council meeting to order at 6:30 p.m. Those present in the Council Chamber included Mayor Walt Johnson, Vice-Mayor Dan Diesel, City Council Member Robert Jordan, City Manager Scott Larese, City Attorney Richard Broome, and  Assistant City Clerk Jolynn Donhoff, who completed the minutes of the meeting. 

 

Regular City Council Members JoLynn Nelson and Sarah Stoeckel participated via communications media technology (telephone), as allowed by Florida Statutes and State emergency orders during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

 



Mayor Johnson requested a moment of silence. He then led those present in the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag.

 

Assistant City Clerk Donhoff read the procedure for public comment and participation. City Attorney Broome read additional procedures for public comment and participation for City Council meetings during COVID-19, which were posted on the City website and the Council agenda, which were based on City of Titusville Resolution No. 16-2020.

 

A copy of an electronic mail (e-mail) containing input or requests from a citizen on the meeting’s agenda items were distributed to the Council. 

 



City Manager Larese advised that the applicant of Small Scale Comprehensive Plan Amendment with rezoning or (SSA) Application No. 2-2020 Cottages withdrew the application. 

 



APPROVAL OF MINUTES – None. 

 



SPECIAL RECOGNITIONS & PRESENTATIONS 

 

Titusville Code Enforcement Division Receives National Accreditation City Manager Larese reviewed the report provided in the Council agenda packet. The Titusville Code Enforcement Team (staff) was recognized as recipients of the National Accreditation from the American Association of Code Enforcement. The Code Enforcement Team (staff) included:

 

Ken Hutchings            Code Enforcement Officer

Megan Laurencio        Senior Code Enforcement Specialist

Frank Lewis                Code Enforcement Officer – Lead

Glenn Tolleson            Code Enforcement Manager

Mae Wright                 Code Enforcement Officer

 

No formal action was requested. The agenda item was scheduled for presentation purposes only. 




Imperial Towers Apartments, 2825 S. Washington Avenue, National Register of Historic Places Nomination – Paul Weaver, on behalf of the project, gave a presentation on the Imperial Towers, 2825 S. Washington Avenue and the National Register of Historic Places Nomination Application, that was intended to be considered by the City of Titusville Historic Preservation Board (HPB) following the Council meeting. Mr. Weaver’s presentation reviewed the various information on 2825 S. Washington Avenue. He advised the current structure (building) was built in 1964 and was modern and cutting edge at this time in history. He then reviewed information he felt was key to share with City Council. He also asked for the Council’s support in the next steps in the process. 

 

Titusville Historic Preservation Board (HPB) Consultant Edward Browder gave a presentation that reviewed various key information on 2825 S. Washington Avenue, the process to be nominated to the National Register of Historic Places, the approvals that were required, etc. He also reviewed the structure’s architecture, the architect, and criteria for the national designation, to which Mr. Browder felt the structure’s architecture was possibly the defining criteria that may make the building eligible for the national designation. 

 

Member Jordan commented on the history of building owners, building modifications, and prior building damage. Vice-Mayor Diesel commented on his remembrance when the building was new, his feeling that the building was historic to Titusville, and his concern for the building’s future.  Members Nelson and Stoeckel echoed Vice-Mayor Diesel’s comments. 

 

The agenda item was scheduled for presentation purposes only and no formal action was requested on this particular agenda item (the presentation portion); however, a separate and related agenda item was scheduled under New Business (later in the meeting) for the Council’s consideration on the subject matter.

 



Letters of Appreciation – City Manager Larese recognized Community Development Department, Administrative Assistant Kristin Ashbury as an employee that recently received a letter of appreciation. 

 



BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS

 

Board of Trustees of the General Employees' Pension Plan – The request was to appoint one regular member to the Board of Trustees of the General Employees' Pension Plan with a term to expire on September 30, 2023. The term of Regular Member Ashley Byrne was due to expire on September 30, 2020. Ms. Byrne had expressed her desire to continue serving on the Board. There were no other applications on file. 

 

Stan Johnston submitted a public speaking card. He felt this Board was important to Other Post-Employment Benefits (OPEB), to which he was concerned with an earlier OPEB or financial auditor’s report that allegedly or may have discussed future, unfunded, OPEB liability costs. 

 

Motion:

Member Jordan moved to reappoint Ashley Byrne as a regular member to the Board of Trustees of the General Employees' Pension Plan with a term to expire on September 30, 2023. Vice-Mayor Diesel seconded the motion and the roll call vote was: 

 

Member Jordan                       Yes

Member Nelson                      Yes

Mayor Johnson                       Yes

Vice-Mayor Diesel                  Yes

Member Stoeckel                    Yes

 

The motion carried unanimously. 




North Brevard Library District Board – The request was to appoint two (2) regular members to the North Brevard Library District Board with terms to expire on September 30, 2022. The terms of Regular Members Rhonda VanZant and Cynthia Williams were due to expire on September 30, 2020. Both individuals had expressed their desire to continue serving on the board. There were no other applications on file. 


Motion:

Member Jordan moved to reappoint Regular Members Rhonda VanZant and Cynthia Williams as regular members on the North Brevard Library District Board with terms to expire on September 30, 2022. Vice-Mayor Diesel seconded the motion and the roll call vote was: 


Member Nelson                      Yes

Mayor Johnson                       Yes

Vice-Mayor Diesel                  Yes

Member Stoeckel                    Yes

Member Jordan                       Yes

 

The motion carried unanimously. 

 



Community Redevelopment Agency – The request was to appoint one (1) Member at Large to the Community Redevelopment Agency with a term to expire on September 30, 2024. The term of Member at Large Greg Aker was due to expire on September 30, 2020. Mr. Aker had expressed his desire to continue serving on the Board. There were no other applications on file. 

 

Stan Johnston submitted a public speaking card. He felt the appointment was a big deal. Mr. Johnston then commented on his opinions of City officials, an alleged or former proposed sports complex, and the importance of the decisions made by the Community Redevelopment Agency. 

 

Member Nelson called for point of order, as some of Mr. Johnston’s comments did not seem relevant to the request at hand. 

 

Mr. Johnston disagreed with the point of order. He felt the public should know what was happening with the Community Redevelopment Agency and a sports arena. 

 

Member Nelson called for point of order again. She desired the citizen to be relevant. 

 

Mr. Johnston felt his concerns on the CRA were important, such as an alleged or formerly proposed sports complex or parking garage.  


Motion:

Member Jordan moved to reappoint Greg Aker as a Member at Large to the Community Redevelopment Agency for a term to expire on September 30, 2024. Vice-Mayor Diesel seconded the motion and the roll call vote was:


Mayor Johnson                       Yes

Vice-Mayor Diesel                  Yes

Member Stoeckel                    Yes

Member Jordan                       Yes

Member Nelson                      Yes

 

The motion carried unanimously. 




PETITIONS AND REQUESTS FROM THE PUBLIC PRESENT (NON-AGENDA ITEMS) – 

 

Assistant City Clerk Donhoff advised that an electronic mail (e-mail) from Guin Johnston was distributed to the Council for Petitions and Requests from the Public. 

 



Doug Kennedy, President of Bubba’s Shrimp Company located at 1103 Garden Street and identified by Brevard County Parcel I.D. No. 22-35-04-01-41, submitted information (a letter) to the Assistant City Clerk for the City Council or City. He read from a prepared statement indicating that he was providing a notice of claim that was alleging extortion, defamation of character, and tort as a result of a matter that he was concerned with involving Code Enforcement. Mr. Kennedy advised that his company had incurred costs and attorney fees dealing with a matter that he generally referenced and which he intended to recover his costs. 

 



Four students from Astronaut High School (names not provided) took turns reading from a prepared statement that urged Council to adopt a policy that required citizens to wear protective face masks, to reduce the spread of the Coronavirus.  

 



Stan Johnston reviewed Guin Johnston’s email that was distributed to the Council prior to the meeting. He also expressed concern for the public on stormwater issues for a particular subdivision, etc. 

 


Dedra Haynes Waller requested Council amend the City’s Codes allowing her and others like her to have a home based business and that allowed clients to come to her home. Ms. Waller advised that she had favorable, written, documentation from her neighbors. She discussed conversations with City staff, implementing regulations similar to the County’s, she would not conduct more than 10 hours of business in her home per week (as she also had a full time job), she was not interested in changing her property’s zoning, her home was not located on a main or arterial road, she did not intend to install signage outside her home advertising her tentative home based business, nothing would affect the residential character of her neighborhood, etc. 

In response to citizen Dedra Haynes Waller’s request for the City to amend the Code for home based businesses, individual Council Members indicated their desire for the City Manager or staff to report back with more information and options for the Council to review.

 



Matt Barringer requested the Council’s commitment to reduce chronic and transitional homelessness. He posed several questions to Council, including:

 

  • What matrix was being used to measure homelessness?
  • What goals had been achieved for housing? 
  • What goals would Council propose moving forward? 
  • Who was the main agency or person that majorly championed homelessness in Titusville? 

In addition, Mr. Barringer commented on communicating with the public and concern for wages. 

 

Motion:

Vice-Mayor Diesel moved to give Mr. Barringer two additional minutes to speak. Member Jordan seconded the motion and it carried unanimously.  

 

Mr. Barringer continued and commented on his concerns on evictions, poverty, the Coronavirus influencing or worsening poverty, a prediction for an influx of transitional housing, and the public that were employed in the service industry being financially devastated by the Coronavirus. To this, Mr. Barringer requested receiving a staff presentation on homelessness and some next steps the community might take to assist or support the homeless. 

 

Member Jordan appreciated Mr. Barringer’s compassion. Vice-Mayor Diesel supported the citizen’s request and receiving data or numbers on homelessness, both prior to the Coronavirus versus now, as well as where the community was headed.

 

In response to citizen Matt Barringer’s request for the City to address data and other information on homelessness, Mayor Johnson requested the City Manager prepare a presentation and report back to Council on Mr. Barringer’s concerns.   

 



CONSENT AGENDA

 

City Manager Larese read Consent Agenda Items A, B, C, D, E, and F, as followed: 

 

  1. Renewal of All lines of Insurance Coverage - Approve the renewal of all lines of insurance coverage for FY 2021 at an estimated total premium of $863,717, which is an increase from last year's cost of $818,588 and authorize the City Manager to put in place all the necessary instruments for this renewal.
  1. Permission to Issue Purchase Orders During FY 2021 to Approved Vendors of Record Exceeding the $50,000 and $15,000 Ordinance Limits - Approve the use of the Vendors of Record (VOR) for the commodities shown on the attached list subject to the appropriation of funds for FY 2021 for such operational requirements and programs; Approve any changes to the VOR list resulting from competitive procurement actions conducted by other governmental agencies for those expired contracts being used by the City under piggyback and/or cooperative purchasing programs; Approve the issuance of purchase orders and contract renewal options to VOR; Delegate authority to the City Manager to award purchases, exceeding the Ordinance limits, to VOR subject to the appropriation of funds for FY 2021 for such operational requirements and programs; and Authorize the Mayor to execute all contracts to VOR exceeding $50,000; and Authorize the City Manager to execute all contracts with VOR up to $50,000. 
  1. 2020 Group Medicare Medical and Pharmacy Plan Options for City Retirees for January 1, 2021 through December 31, 2021 - Approve the 2020 Cigna Medicare Supplement and Medicare Part D Prescription Drug Plan renewal for City retirees eligible for Medicare with a 1% rate increase applicable to all groups; and the Health Spring (RX) renewal with a rate increase of 2.4%; and approve the 2020 Aetna Medicare Advantage Plan renewal for City retirees eligible for Medicare with a per member, per month rate decrease for both plans.
  1. Purchase of Boring Machine and Budget Amendment - Approve the award of a contract in the amount of $16,653.70 for the purchase of a steerable horizontal thrust boring machine from Pow-R-Mole Sales, LLC of Lancaster, NY, approve a budget amendment in the amount of $1,653.70 to provide the necessary funding, and authorize the City Manager to issue the purchase order necessary for this acquisition.
  1. Annual Contract for Janitorial Services - Approve the award of an annual contract to American Facility Services, Inc. of Alpharetta, GA to perform janitorial services at various City facilities during a one (1) year initial term, with four (4) optional one (1) year administrative renewals, in the amount of $167,401.32 per year; and authorize the Mayor to execute the contract upon review and approval by Legal and City Manager.
  1.  City Marina Storage/Workshop Building Construction - Approve the contract award for the construction of an 800 sqft storage/workshop building at the Marina to RKE Enterprises, LLC of Mims, Fl for an amount NTE $90,285. Additionally, authorize the City Manager to sign all documents required to execute this contract award and approve the associated budget amendment that provides supplemental funds from Marina Working Capital to complete this project.

 

Trenton Mansfield submitted a public speaking card on Consent Agenda Item A. He expressed concern on whether the City shopped for the lowest cost on the renewal of all lines of insurance coverage for FY 2021. He desired the City to be accountable for spending public money. 

 

Human Resources Director Joe Denaro and Brown and Brown Insurance Agency Representative Anthony Morales responded to the Mr. Mansfield’s questions, who indicated that the bulk of insurance coverage was shopped and who also provided information on the length of contact terms. 

 

Stan Johnston submitted six separate public speaking cards on Consent Agenda Items A, B, C, D, E, and F or more than three Consent Agenda items. Per policy, he was provided 10 minutes to speak on Consent Agenda. 

 

Mr. Johnston’s first comments began with Consent Agenda Item D related to a boring machine. He opposed the agenda item because of the person that was in charge of the division where the request originated. He then expressed concerns for a particular neighborhood, flood zones, lack of storm water or flood calculations, errors related to stormwater, etc.  

 

Member Jordan called for point of order and for the citizen to be relevant to the requests at hand and for the sake of not losing time to the citizen’s concerns on other matters not on the agenda. Member Nelson agreed and felt that Mr. Johnston understood the concept of being relevant. Member Stoeckel and Vice-Mayor Diesel agreed. City Attorney Broome concurred and reviewed the rules regarding meeting decorum, public comment and participation, etc. 

 

Mr. Johnston continued, to which Mayor Johnson asked Mr. Johnston to identify the Consent Agenda item that coincided with his comments. Mr. Johnston indicated his comments pertained to all of the Consent Agenda.  

 

Concerning the boring machine, Mr. Johnston felt that some of the Council had closed door policies. He then commented negatively on the Council or offered insults about City officials.  

 

Mayor Johnson requested Mr. Johnston sit down. At almost the same time, City Attorney Broome requested Mr. Johnston to be specific on the Consent Agenda Item to which he wanted to make comments. Then, Member Nelson called for point of order, indicating the citizen’s comments were not relevant to the requests at hand. 

 

For Consent Agenda Item 8 C, 8 B, and 8A, Mr. Johnston requested Council approve these items. 

 

As it seemed there were further disruptions, City Attorney Broome again reviewed the rules regarding meeting decorum, public comment and participation, etc.

 

Motion:

Member Jordan moved to approve Consent Agenda Items A, B, C, D, E, and F, in accordance with recommendations. Vice-Mayor Diesel seconded the motion and the roll call vote was:


Vice-Mayor Diesel                  Yes

Member Stoeckel                    Yes

Member Jordan                       Yes

Member Nelson                      Yes

Mayor Johnson                       Yes

 

The motion carried unanimously. 

 



ORDINANCES – SECOND READING, PUBLIC HEARING AND RELATED ACTION

 

Ordinance No. 16-2020 Regulating the Discharges of Pharmaceutical Waste and Dental Amalgam Waste to Sanitary Sewer System -  City Attorney Broome read Ordinance No. 16-2020 - AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA AMENDING THE CODE OF ORDINANCES BY AMENDING CHAPTER 21 “UTILITIES”, ARTICLE III “SANITARY SEWER SYSTEM”, SPECIFICALLY AMENDING SECTION 21-76 “DEFINITIONS” AND SECTION 21-101 “PROHIBITED DISCHARGE STANDARDS”; AND BY ADDING A NEW SECTION 21-220 ENTITILED “DENTAL AMALGAM WASTE REQUIRMENTS”; TO REGULATE DISCHARGES OF PHARMACEUTICAL WASTE AND DENTAL AMALGAM WASTE TO THE SANITARY SEWER SYSTEM; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY, REPEAL OF CONFLICTING ORDINANCES, AN EFFECTIVE DATE AND INCORPORATION INTO THE CODE, for the second time by title only. 

 

City Manager Larese highlighted the request as provided in the Council agenda packet. 

 

Mayor Johnson opened the public hearing. 

 

Stan Johnston submitted a sign-up and oath (speaking) card; however, when his name was called to speak, he was not inside the Council Chamber.

 



At 8:31 p.m., Mayor Johnson called for a brief recess. The meeting resumed at 8:37 p.m. 

 


 

Mayor Johnson closed the public hearing on Ordinance No. 16-2020. 

 

Motion:

Member Jordan moved to approve Ordinance No. 16-2020, as recommended. Vice-Mayor Diesel seconded the motion and the roll call vote was:

Member Stoeckel                    Yes

Member Jordan                       Yes

Member Nelson                      Yes

Mayor Johnson                       Yes

Vice-Mayor Diesel                  Yes

 

The motion carried unanimously. 

 


ORDINANCES-FIRST READING

 

Small Scale Comprehensive Plan Amendment with rezoning - SSA No. 2-2020 Cottages – City Manager Larese advised early in the meeting that the applicant of Small Scale Comprehensive Plan Amendment with rezoning or (SSA) Application No. 2-2020 Cottages withdrew the application. There were no tentatively proposed ordinances for first reading. 

            


Small Scale Comprehensive Plan Amendment with Rezoning - SSA No. 3-2020 Verona – City Attorney Broome read the following ordinances for the second time, by title only. 

 

Ordinance No. 17-2020 - AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, AMENDING THE CODE OF ORDINANCES BY AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 60-1988, WHICH ADOPTED THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN OF THE CITY OF TITUSVILLE, BY AMENDING THE LAND USE DESIGNATION ON APPROXIMATELY 4.53 ACRES OF LAND LOCATED IN THE VERONA SUBDIVISION ON PROSECCO LANE, MOSCATO DRIVE, FORTUNA WAY AND VERDELLO PLACE, WITH PARCEL I.D. NUMBERS 23-35-10-50-*-I, 23-35-10-50-*-J, 23-35-10-50-*-K, 23-35-10-50-*-V AND 23-35-10-50-*-W, BY REPLACING THE CONSERVATION FUTURE LAND USE DESIGNATION WITH THE MEDIUM DENSITY RESIDENTIAL FUTURE LAND USE DESIGNATION; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

 

Ordinance No. 18-2020 - AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 5-1993 OF THE CITY OF TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, BY AMENDING THE ZONING MAP MADE A PART OF SAID ORDINANCE BY REFERENCE BY REPLACING THE OPEN SPACE AND RECREATION (OR) ZONING DISTRICT WITH THE SINGLE-FAMILY HIGH DENSITY (R-1C) ZONING DISTRICT ON APPROXIMATELY 4.53 ACRES OF LAND LOCATED IN THE VERONA SUBDIVISION ON PROSECCO LANE, MOSCATO DRIVE, FORTUNA WAY AND VERDELLO PLACE, WITH PARCEL I.D. NUMBERS 23-35-10-50-*-I, 23-35-10-50-*-J, 23-35-10-50-*-K, 23-35-10-50-*-V AND 23-35-10-50-*-W; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

 

City Manager Larese highlighted the request as provided in the Council agenda packet. 

 

The recommendations from the Planning and Zoning Commission meeting on September 16, 2020 would be provided to the City Council by or before the public hearing on October 13, 2020.

 

Two individuals submitted public speaking cards on the first reading of the ordinances. 

 

Rodney Honeycutt, on behalf of Small Scale Amendment Application No. 3-2020 was available to answer any questions. 

 

Stan Johnston was not present in the Council Chamber. 

 

The public hearing on Small Scale Amendment Application No. 3-2020 and related ordinances was scheduled for the regular City Council meeting on October 13, 2020 at 6:30 p.m. 

 



OLD BUSINESS – None. 



NEW BUSINESS

 

Imperial Towers Apartments, 2825 S. Washington Avenue, National Register of Historic Places Nomination – The request was for Council to recommend approval of the Imperial Towers, 2825 S. Washington Avenue, National Register of Historic Places Nomination Application to the Historic Preservation Board (HPB).

 

Vice-Mayor Diesel advised that he would support the request. 

 

Member Jordan felt the structure had some historical significance. The advantage for the property owner was a possible tax exemption. The national and local historic designations were different. For the local historic designation, Member Jordan was interested in the Codes that governed building improvements or modifications and that may require board approval(s).  

 

Motion:

Member Jordan moved to recommend approval of the Imperial Towers, 2825 S. Washington Avenue, National Register of Historic Places Nomination Application to the Historic Preservation Board (HPB), as requested. The motion of approval also included that the property owner may apply for the City’s local historic designation for the property, if desired. Vice-Mayor Diesel seconded the motion and the roll call vote was:

 

Member Jordan                       Yes

Member Nelson                      Yes

Mayor Johnson                       Yes

Vice-Mayor Diesel                  Yes

Member Stoeckel                    Yes

 

The motion carried unanimously. 

 



Fiscal Year 2020 Budgetary Carry Forward List – City Manager Larese highlighted the request as provided in the Council agenda packet. The request was to approve the Fiscal Year 2020 Budgetary Carry Forward List.

 

Stan Johnston submitted a public speaking card; however, he was not present in the Council Chamber. 

 

Motion:

Member Jordan moved to approve the Fiscal Year 2020 Budgetary Carry Forward List, as recommended. Vice-Mayor Diesel seconded the motion and the roll call vote was:

 

Member Nelson                      Yes

Mayor Johnson                       Yes

Vice-Mayor Diesel                  Yes

Member Stoeckel                    Yes

Member Jordan                       Yes

 

The motion carried unanimously. 

 



PETITIONS AND REQUESTS FROM THE PUBLIC PRESENT (NON-AGENDA ITEMS) – 

 

Trenton Mansfield commented on rules and regulation and if the public did not follow them,  there were consequences. To this, Mr. Mansfield requested Council to enforce what was already in place. He also advised that he was fiscally conservative. Mr. Mansfield advised that higher government agencies would not tolerate disruptive citizens. The City had changed its public comment rules. He liked government, but he did not like disruptions during meetings. 

 


MAYOR AND COUNCIL REPORTS

 

Mayor's Report - Mayor Johnson submitted his written report.

 



Council Reports

 

Vice-Mayor Diesel commented on a recent presentation that he and the City Manager gave to the government section of the Chamber of Commerce. On the same evening, he and the City Manager attended The Law and Leader Summit in Melbourne, which he reviewed the purpose and future planned activities with the Council.

 

Member Stoeckel updated the Council on her activities with the Florida League of Cities and cyber security, virtual meetings, options for public notice requirements, having smoke-free sections in parks, communications between elected officials, etc. She would keep the Council informed at future Council meetings. 

 

Mayor Johnson commented on a course the Council might be interested in taking on communication. 

 

City Manager Larese praised the Police Department on their professionalism, being proactive, and being ahead of other communities in the terms of community police relationships. Mayor Johnson and Vice-Mayor Diesel supported City Manager Larese’s comments and spoke highly on the efforts of both the Police and Fire Departments and their relationships with the community.  

 



CITY MANAGER’S REPORT

 

City Manager's Report - City Manager Larese submitted his written report. He advised that a “skip week” was ahead, prior to the next City Council meeting on October 13, 2020. 

 

 

All other items were informational only, as followed:

 

  • Last Regular Meeting of Current City Council – November 24, 2020 at 10:30 a.m. at City Hall
  • Swearing in of New City Council – November 24, 2020 at 11:00 a.m. at City Hall
  • Regular City Council Meeting and Presentations – November 24, 2020 at 5:30 p.m. at City Hall
  • Regular City Council Meeting – November 24, 2020 at 6:30 p.m. at City Hall



CITY ATTORNEY’S REPORT - No action.




With no further business to discuss, the meeting adjourned at 9:02 p.m. 

 


Walt Johnson, Mayor

 

ATTEST:

Wanda F. Wells, City Clerk