MEMORANDUM

 

 

To:                   Mayor Allen Green

            Vice Mayor Mary S. Martin

            Councilman Dennis Kennedy

                        Councilman Robert Pohlmann

            Councilman George Steindoerfer

 

From:              Kenneth W. Parker, City Manager

 

Subject:          Agenda Commentary for Regular City Council Meeting of

                        November 14, 2006

 

Date:               November 6, 2006

 

 

A.                 OPENING

B.                 CITIZEN PARTICIPATION

 

Item 4 -           School Construction Update – Saralee Morrissey

 

Saralee Morrissey will provide a report to the Council on school construction projects in Port Orange.

 

 

Item 5-            Request from Lew and Shirley Rice

 

This item was continued from the November 7 Council Meeting

 

C.                SPECIAL RECOGNITION AND PROCLAMATIONS

 

Item 6 -           Proclamation – Falun Dafa

 

At this time, Mayor Green will present the proclamation in recognition of Falun Dafa.

 

D.                INTERVIEWS AND BOARD APPOINTMENTS

 

Item 7 -           SHIP Appointment

 

Attached is an application from Cindy Knight to serve on the SHIP Board.  This is for the Labor category.

 

City Manager’s Comments:  We are still in need of one additional member to this Board.  We still need to have an individual to represent for profit affordable housing.

 

Item 8 -           Eastport CRA Board Appointment (1 Term to Expire on November 9, 2010)

 

One appointment needs to be made to the Eastport CRA Board with the term to expire on November 9, 2010.  Larry Fornari has expressed a desire to be reappointed.  Please note that this Board is still short one member.

 

Item 9 -           Town Center CRA (1 Term to Expire on July 21, 2010)

 

One appointment needs to be made to the Town Center CRA Board with the term to expire on July 21, 2010.  Attached is an application from Thomas Jordan, who has expressed an interest in serving on this Board.

 

Item 10 -        Environmental Advisory Board (1 Term to Expire on May 7, 2009)

 

One appointment needs to be made to the Environmental Advisory Board with the term to expire on May 7, 2009.  Applications are attached from Terry Aldridge, Dexter Copp, Philip Klema, and Janice Nixon.  All have expressed an interest in serving on this Board.

 

Item 11 -        Parks and Recreation Advisory Board (1 Term to Expire on February 15, 2009)

 

One appointment needs to be made to the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board with the term to expire on February 15, 2009.  Applications are attached from Terry Aldridge, Gerry Brindley, David Dixon, Tracy Pelster, and Shane Longstreet.  All have expressed an interest in serving on this Board.

  

E.                 CITIZEN PARTICIPATION (Non-Agenda)

F.                 TOWN CENTER MEETING

 

The Town Center CRA needs to meet to discuss the extension of the moratorium for Town Center.  Donna will provide the CRA with a general update on Town Center.   If you have questions, please feel free to contact Donna.

 

 

G.                EASTPORT CRA MEETING

 

The Eastport CRA needs to meet to review the bids received for Bond proposals.  The bid tabulations are attached.  Sun Trust Leasing is provided the best pricing.  With the issuance of these bonds, the CRA will repay the existing debt owed to the City of Port Orange.  Also, the proceeds from the bond issue will provide the financing for the Eastport Boulevard improvements through to Commonwealth.  At this point, the CRA is generating enough funds to pay its expenses and cover its operating cost from TIF revenue.  This is an extremely important time in the life of the CRA.  If you have questions, please feel free to contact Donna.

 

 

H.                 CONSENT AGENDA

 

Item 12 -        Approval to “Piggyback” Daytona’s Electrical Contract

 

In the past, Council has granted approval to “piggyback” Daytona Beach’s electrical contract with Buchanan Electric for maintenance and service work as needed.  Buchanan Electric has the equipment (bucket truck, etc.) and manpower necessary to provide the services deeded.  Buchanan Electric responds to our calls in a timely fashion, and they are very familiar with the electrical layout of our facilities.  Daytona Beach has extended their contract with Buchanan for another term, and we recommend doing the same.

 

Staff recommends Council approval to “piggyback” Daytona’s electrical contract, Bid No. 0906-2430, with Buchanan Electric for electrical maintenance and service as needed, effective through September 30, 2007.

 

Item 13 -        Approval of Disaster Response Plan – Veolia ES Southeast, Inc.

 

As required by contract, Veolia ES Southeast Inc. has submitted their Disaster Response Plan.  This plan is required as written proof that the contractor has the resources to provide the additional manpower and equipment necessary to aid in the cleanup of excessive debris and refuse following storm events, such as hurricanes, and that the additional support is to be provided exclusively to the City of Port Orange.  A copy of the plan is attached for your review, and the original is on file in the City Clerk’s office.  Staff recommends that Council approve the Disaster Response Plan submitted by Veolia ES Southeast Inc.

 

City Manager’s Comments:  This is a requirement of the bid documents submitted by the contractor.

 

Item 14 -        Monthly Development Activity Report and the Building Activity Report for September and October, 2006

 

The attached Staff Reports include the Development Activity Report for October, 2006, and the Building Activity Report for September, 2006.  These reports provide information on proposed development and projects under construction, commercial code enforcement activity, and monthly building permits and inspection updates.  Staff recommends that Council accept the Staff Reports (Monthly Development Activity Report and the Building Activity Report) for September and October, 2006.

 

Item 15 -        Addendum No.  67 to Quentin L. Hampton Associates, Inc., Contract for the Preparation of Water Supply Work Plan and Comprehensive Plan Amendments

The 2005 Florida Legislature enacted Senate Bills 360 and 444 that contained significant modifications to Chapter 163, Part II (the state's growth management statute), as well as Chapters 373 and 403, with regard to water supply.  Specifically with regard to water supply, the legislation better coordinates local government comprehensive planning with water management districts' regional water supply plans and establishes a closer link between development decisions and the availability of water by requiring local government to determine whether adequate water supplies will be available no later than issuance of a certificate of occupancy.

 The engineer’s services will be directed to preparation of a Water Supply Work Plan and necessary Comprehensive Plan amendments, consistent with Florida Statutes and the Department of Community Affairs Guidelines for Preparing the Water Supply Facilities Work Plan Comprehensive Plan Amendment, as described in the Scope of Services.  The Planning and Development Division of the Community Development Department will administer this contract, and coordinate closely with the Public Utilities Department for input and review. 

Staff recommends approval of addendum #67 and authorization of a purchase order to Quentin L. Hampton Associates in the amount of $36,140.  In order to finance the work, a Budget Transfer Request post-dated for November 8, 2006 citing FY06 fund carryovers was submitted by Public Utilities to Finance making funds available in Utility Master Plan MPL001, account #40509005366397.

 

Staff recommends that Council approve Addendum No. 67 to the Quentin L. Hampton Associates Contract for the preparation of a Water Supply Work Plan and Comprehensive Plan Amendments as required by Florida Statutes and to authorize the Mayor and City Manager to sign and execute all required contract documents.

 

Item 16 -        Purchase of Replacement Lift Stations from Sanders Company

 

A portion of the continuing maintenance program for the Public Utilities Department is the regular replacement of sewage lift stations.  We currently have over 100 lift stations to maintain in our utility system.  We have recently identified two existing lift stations, Deep Forest (No. 27), and Foxboro II (No. 71) that have exceeded their useful life of approximately 20 years and require replacement by the City’s utility maintenance crews at this time.

 

These highly reliable and easily maintained lift stations have been the City standard for over 25 years.  The City currently has a five year agreement with Sanders Company which sets contract prices for Smith and Loveless lift stations and includes an escalation factor controlled by a Federal Producer Price Index Number for this type of equipment.  This agreement has allowed us to control costs over the past ten years.  A price quote has recently been provided based on this existing agreement.  Funds are currently available in the R & R Lift Station Project, No. SLS002. 

 

Staff recommends that Council authorize the purchase of two replacement Smith and Loveless lift stations and to approve the purchase order to Sanders Company, Inc., their local supplier for the total purchase price of $55,652 per our existing long term pricing agreement.

  

 

Item 17 -        Approval of “Piggyback” Orange County Contract Y6-1005-J2 – Clean, Video, and Line Storm Pipe

 

Staff has identified storm pipe in various areas throughout the City that need cleaned and new lining installed in order to function properly in heavy rains and storms.  Staff would like to “piggyback” Orange County’s contract (Y6-1005-J2) with American Water Services in order to have the work done at the lowest price possible.  American Water Services has provided an estimate for servicing approximately 5,114 linear feet of storm pipe locate on Wiltshire Boulevard, West Willow Run Boulevard, and in the Sleepy Hollow and Laurelwood subdivisions.  Total cost for all work in these areas should not exceed $516,263.50.

 

Staff recommends Council approval to “piggyback” Orange County’s contract with American Water Services to clean, video, and install new lining in storm pipes as outlined on the estimate attached for a total cost not to exceed $516,263.50.

 

Item 18 -        Bid Award – Reclaimed Water Recharge Reservoir Part III

 

Sealed bids were solicited for Phase III of the Reclaimed Water Recharge Reservoir project.   This final construction phase includes the installation of horizontal wells in the 100 acre portion of the lake, all mechanical and electrical equipment as well as piping and infrastructure. Also included in the bid request was additive alternate 1, which includes the installation of an additional horizontal well and pumping system as a demonstration project on the Halifax Canal.   This alternate was added at the request of, and in cooperation with the St. Johns River Water Management District to explore the possibility of harvesting water for direct reuse from other alternate sources.

 

Bids were opened on Monday Oct. 2, 2006 with Wright Construction Group, Inc. of Fort Myers the low bidder at $2,278,225.00 including the additive alternate.   References and qualifications of Wright Construction were checked and they have been determined to be a fully capable and qualified contractor for this project.  Funds are available in the CIP, pending completion of carry-overs from FY 06, Project UET011, account number #40504005356397.  Staff recommends approval and award of Bid B06-17 to Wright Construction Group, Inc. including additive alternate 1.

 

Staff recommends that Council award Bid B06-17 to Wright Construction Group Inc. and authorize the Mayor and City Manager to sign contract documents on behalf of the City.

 

I.                     REPORT FROM ADVISORY BOARD

 

Item 19 -        Citizen Advisory Committee for MPO

 

A representative of the Citizen Advisory Committee for the MPO will make a report to Council at this time.

 

J.                  FINANCE

 

Item 20 -        Resolution No. 06-118  - Budget Appropriations – Budget Encumbrance and Project Carry Overs

 

Attached is the budget resolution for the carry forward items into the current year budget.  In a separate memorandum, I have outlined the proposed changes to the budget.  We are able to propose several capital improvement projects for your consideration.

 

Item 21 -        Resolution No. 06-119 - Budget Appropriations

 

In September, 2006, the City received reimbursement for operating costs from FEMA and the State of Florida for several emergency support relief projects.  Additionally, staff has reviewed the budget execution for fiscal year ending September, 2006.  The attached resolution appropriates funds for various operating costs and projects.  Staff recommends approval.

 

Item 22 -        Resolution No. 06-120 – Budget Appropriations

 

Council approved the issuance of debt for the construction of the Eastport Parkway extension.  The attached resolution changes the budget appropriations to fund this project.  Staff recommends approval.

 

Item 23 -        Resolution No. 06-122 – Eastport Business Center Tax Increment Revenue Note, Series 2006 Award

 

A Request for Proposal was solicited for $2,500,000 for the Eastport Business Center Tax Increment Revenue Note Series 2006.  Bids were received from four bidders.  Based upon the City’s Financial Advisory, Toby Wagner, and staff, it is recommended that City Council and the Eastport Business Center Redevelopment Agency award this note to SunTrust Leasing Inc., a subsidiary of SunTrust Bank, as the best bid submitted.  Please see the attached for specifics.

 

Staff recommends that Council approve the attached resolution authorizing award to SunTrust Bank for the Eastport Business Center Tax Increment Revenue Note, Series 2006.

 

Item 24 -        Discussion – Proposal from Sensus Metering System

 

During the past several months, City Staff has been in discussion with Sensus Metering Systems pertaining to the evolution of the City’s water meter reading technology.  During the past two decades the City has been converting to newer technology pertaining to water meter reading devices.  Recently the City of Apopka has completed a test on the FlexNet water meter reading equipment.  In summary, this equipment allows the City to mount radio signal receiving equipment on cell towers and receive water metering reading data on demand.  This technology will allow the City to read water consumption at a specific address from City Hall.  In the long run meter reading will evolve into a read by exception, trouble shooting problem meters, and system monitoring and maintenance.

 

Sensus has provided a proposal to maintain current pricing on this equipment; however, we will need to install two (2) Tower Gateway Basestations (TGB) and a regional network interface.  This equipment along with installation and training after being offset by various credits would amount to a net acquisition price of $95,814.  It should also be noted that Sensus will help us with the transition of existing equipment by allowing a $40 credit for each radio transmitter less than five years old, and help with the sale of the newer 520R Drive-by Transmitters, to nearby communities.   The concept behind the sale is to recoup as much of our investment as possible and with the Sensus warranties in place the equipment is very marketable.

 

Staff believes that this is an acceptable proposal and will allow an effective evolution to new technology.  Please note, we have acquired Sensus equipment as a sole source purchase primarily because of standardization and efficiencies gained.  We continue to make this recommendation.

 

Staff recommends that Council approve the attached proposal from Sensus Metering Systems and proceed with installation of the FlexNet System for net price not to exceed $95,814.

 

 

K.                 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

 

Item 25 -        Second Reading – Ordinance No. 2006-40 – Annexation – Bipin Rama

 

We recommend approval.

 

Item 26 -        Second Reading – Ordinance No. 2006-43 – Administrative Rezoning – From PUD to R-3M – 1152 Old Hammock Road (Country Manor ALF)

 

We recommend approval.

 

Item 27 -        Second Reading – Ordinance No. 2006-44 – Capital Improvements Element Update

 

We recommend approval.

 

Item 28 -        Second Reading – Ordinance No. 2006-45 – Amending Land Development Code Relating to Fair-Share Transportation Methodology

 

We recommend approval.

 

Item 29 -        First Reading – Ordinance No. 2006-41 – Small Scale Future Land Use Amendment – Villas of Key Largo (Continued to Date Certain of November 14, 2006)

 

This item was continued to a date certain of November 14, 2006.  I have attached a copy of the materials that were presented to the City Council at the last meeting in October when this item was first considered.  The City staff has not had any contact from the developer or the developer’s attorney since that meeting.  Should that change, we will provide you with copies of the materials.

 

Second Reading:   If adopted, second reading cannot occur until after the Growth Management Commission reviews the Comp Plan Amendment.

 

Item 30 -        First Reading – Ordinance No. 2006-42 – Ordinance Approving a Master Development Agreement & Conceptual Development Plan – Villas of Key Largo Continued to Date Certain of November 14, 2006)

 

This item was continued to a date certain of November 14. 2006.  I have attached a copy of the materials that were presented to the City Council at the last meeting in October when this item was first considered.  The City staff has not had any contact from the developer or the developer’s attorney since that meeting.  Should that change, we will provide you with copies of the materials.

 

Second Reading:   If adopted, second reading cannot occur until after the Growth Management Commission reviews the Comp Plan Amendment.         

 

Item 31 -        First Reading- Ordinance No. 2006-47 - Annexation – Williams

 

This is a request to annex approximately 56.02 acres of land into the City of Port Orange. The City has recently transmitted a Future Land Use (FLU) amendment to change the FLU designation of the subject property from Volusia County FLU categories Environmental Systems Corridor and Urban Low Intensity to City of Port Orange FLU categories Conservation and Public/Quasi-Public. This FLU amendment is scheduled to be adopted as part of the Spring 2006 package at the December 5th and 12th City Council meetings. If approved, the applicant is proposing to create an environmentally sensitive recreation facility that would operate in cooperation with Gamble Place immediately adjacent.

Staff recommends that Council approve the attached ordinance annexing land consisting of four (4) separate parcels totaling approximately 56.02 acres, located east of Taylor Road and bordering the north side of Spruce Creek in unincorporated Volusia County adjacent to the City of Port Orange.

 

Second Reading:   December 12, 2006

 

Item 32 -        First Reading – Ordinance No. 2006-48 - Annexation – Honerlaw

 

This is a request to annex approximately 12.65 acres of land into the City of Port Orange.  If approved, the owners intend to sell the property to D. Andrew Clark, contract purchaser who desires to develop the property with general office space along with an individual self-storage facility. The property is located on the north side of Pioneer Trail, east of Airport Road, just west of Water’s Edge subdivision.

 

Second Reading:   December 12, 2006

 

Item 33 -        First Reading - Ordinance No. 2006-49 - Annexation – Executive Homes by JDB Construction, Inc.

 

This is a request to annex approximately 9.6 acres of land into the City of Port Orange.  If approved, the applicant is proposing to subdivide the property into 18 single-family residential lots.  The property is located north of Town West Boulevard, east of Tomoka Farms Road, just northwest of the Coquina Cove, Phase 1 subdivision.

 

Second Reading:  December 12, 2006

 

Item 34 -        First Reading - Ordinance No. 2006-50 - Rezoning and Approving the Master Development Agreement Conceptual Development Plan – Nova Depot PCD

 

This is a request to approve the attached ordinance rezoning and approving the Master Development Agreement Draft No. 4, dated and the Conceptual Development Plan dated October 19, 2006 for the Nova Depot PCD.    If approved, the applicant intends to develop the property with office and commercial uses and a self-storage building along with associated stormwater and infrastructure improvements.

 

Planning Commission Recommendation:      The Planning Commission recommended approval, 7-0, to rezone approximately 3.64 acres located on the west side of Nova Road, north of Dunlawton Avenue from “PO” (Professional Office) to   “PCD” (Nova Depot Planned Commercial Development). The Planning Commission’s recommendation also includes approval of the Master Development Agreement (MDA) and Conceptual Development Plan (CDP) for the Nova Depot PCD, subject to resolution of staff’s outstanding technical comments prior to scheduling for City Council approval.  The MDA and CDP have been revised and there are no outstanding staff comments remaining.

 

Staff Recommendation:   Staff recommends approval.

 

Second Reading:   December 12, 2006

 

Item 35 -        First Reading – Ordinance No. 2006-51 - Small-Scale Future Land Use Amendment – The Palms

 

This is a request to approve the attached ordinance amending the Future Land Use Map of the City of Port Orange Comprehensive Plan Update ’89 for property located at the southeast corner of Clyde Morris Boulevard and Madeline Avenue from Volusia County Commercial to City of Port Orange Commercial.  If approved, the applicant proposes to rezone the parcel to “PUD” (Planned Unit Development). The staff report is attached for your review.

 

Planning Commission Recommendation:      The Planning Commission recommends approval 6-0 (Commissioner Lasky excused), of an amendment to the Future Land Use Map of the City of Port Orange Comprehensive Plan Update ’89.  This map amendment is to change the land use designation of 1.5 acres located at the southeast corner of Clyde Morris Boulevard and Madeline Avenue from Volusia County Commercial to City of Port Orange Commercial.

  

Staff Recommendation:   Staff recommends approval.

 

Second Reading:   Second Reading will occur after the Volusia Growth Management Commission has considered the amendment and provided its letter of no objection.

 

Item 36 -        Resolution No. 06-121 - Fall 2006 Comprehensive Plan Amendment Package

 

This is a request to authorize the transmittal of the Fall 2006 Comprehensive Plan Amendment Package to the Florida Department of Community Affairs, and other review agencies, as recommended by the Planning Commission.

 

Summary:  The amendment package includes:

 

The staff reports on these items are attached for your review.

 

Planning Commission Action: Recommend approval, 6-0 (Commissioner Lasky excused), to transmit the Fall 2006 Comprehensive Plan Amendment Package to the Florida Department of Community Affairs, and other review agencies. 

 

Staff Recommendation:   Staff recommends approval.

 

Item 37 -        Final Site Development Plan – Country Inn & Suite, 5802 Journey’s End Drive

 

This is a request to approve the Final Site Plan for Country Inn & Suites.

 

Planning Commission Recommendation:      The Planning Commission recommended approval 4-0-1 (Commissioners Parker and Green excused, Commissioner Booth abstaining) of the Final Site Plan for Country Inn & Suites subject to:  all outstanding technical comments being addressed prior to scheduling for City Council review; a new Subdivision Improvement Agreement (SIA) being executed prior to City Council review; and all procedural and advisory comments regarding the site and subdivision being completed by the times specified.  The applicant submitted the executed SIA on October 17, 2006, which addressed a majority of the remaining comments.  The developer is requesting approval of a new SIA and the release of the blanket easement separately.

 

Staff Recommendation:   Staff recommends approval.

 

Item 38 -        Subdivision Improvement Agreement for Journey’s End Subdivision – Phase 1 and Release of Blanket Easement

 

In January, 2001, the Planning Commission recommended approval (7-0 unanimous) of the Final Plat and Plans for the Peacock Way Subdivision, Phase I.  The 9.53 acre site is located south of the Dunlawton Avenue/Taylor Road intersection and east of I-95.  If approved, the site will be platted into three commercial lots, along with a new public right-of-way and common area tracts for open space, conservation, and stormwater retention.

 

Council approved the subdivision in March, 2001, and improvements were nearly completed when work on the project stopped.  Subsequently, a new owner purchased the property and wished to continue the development of Lot 3 (Country Inn and Suites site plan, Case No. 05-80000013).  The owner and developer were advised to submit a new SIA, submit a new cover sheet for the plat and plans reflecting the change in ownership, and request the release of the blanket easement.  The owner also wished to change the name of the development from Peacock Way to Journey’s End.

 

Staff recommends that Council approve the Subdivision Improvement Agreement for the Journey’s End Subdivision – Phase I (formerly known as Peacock Way Subdivision), as recommended by the Planning Commission at its meeting of September 28, 2006, and to approve the request for a release of the blanket landscape and irrigation easement covering the property.

 

L.                  ADMINISTRATION

 

Item 39 -        First Reading – Ordinance No. 2006-52 - Extension of Development Moratorium for Riverwalk Redevelopment Project Area

 

Ordinance No. 2005-58, adopted on second reading on January 3, 2006, enacted a moratorium on Amendments to the Comprehensive Plan, Rezonings, Development Orders and Building Permits in the Riverwalk Redevelopment Project Area.  The purpose of the moratorium is to ensure that development activities inconsistent with the vision for the Riverwalk Project Area cannot occur while necessary amendments are made to the Comprehensive Plan, Port Orange Town Center Community Redevelopment Area (CRA) Plan, and the Land Development Code.  Since enactment of the Moratorium, the focus of work has been the Comprehensive Plan amendments.  In particular, the amendments to establish the required Transportation Concurrency Exception Area (TCEA) entailed extensive work with Department of Community Affairs (DCA) staff.  The additional time devoted to establishing the TCEA undermined the original timetable for the CRA plan update and Riverwalk zoning work.  Now that the Comprehensive Plan amendments have been adopted and transmitted back to the State for a Compliance ruling, work on the CRA plan update and the new PC #2 – Port Orange Town Center zoning has commenced.   The proposed 365-day moratorium extension is to ensure adequate time for public input into both of these processes prior to the expiration of the moratorium. 

 

Staff recommends that Council approve the attached ordinance amending Ordinance No. 2005-58 to extend the Moratorium on Amendments to the Comprehensive Plan, Rezonings, Development Orders and Building Permits in the Riverwalk Redevelopment Project Area until January 3, 2008.

 

Second Reading:   December 5, 2006

 

Item 40 -        Authorization for the City Manager to Schedule a Shade Meeting for the Purposes of a Settlement Negotiation and Strategy Session in the Case, Lamar Advertising of Daytona Beach vs. the City of Port Orange

 

Lamar Advertising has made a written offer of settlement in the above-reference case.  The City Attorney desires the City Council’s advice concerning the settlement and the litigation, including settlement negotiations and litigation expenditures.  As legal counsel for the City, the City Attorney is obligated to communicate the offer to City Council.  A shade meting is requested for this purpose and for a settlement negotiation and strategy session.

 

Staff recommends that Council approve the City Attorney’s request to schedule a shade meeting on December 5, 2006, immediately prior to the regular City Council meeting to discuss a settlement negotiation and strategy session in the case of Lamar Advertising of Daytona Beach vs. the City of Port Orange.

 

Item 41 -        Gamble Management Agreement

 

We have been working with Bob and Jill Williams about entering into a management agreement with them for Gamble.  The City would still be responsible for the maintenance at Gamble.  I have attached the rough draft of an agreement for your review.  We are not at the point where we want to contract everything with the Williams’.  They need to get their operation totally up and running.  Glen and I are recommending that we enter into the contract.  We would like to work with Mr. and Mrs. Williams.  We think it has the potential of generating revenue for the City to assist in covering the operating expenses at Gamble.  Also, we have discussed with them about entering into a Commission agreement that would allow them to help market other City properties for rentals.  The Commission Agreement would be similar to the agreement that we entered into with Family Days.  However, that is something that is yet to be completed.

 

 

M.                COUNCIL COMMENTS

 

Item 42 -        Comments/Concerns from Council Members

 

At this time, Council Members may discuss various matters of concern.

 

 

 

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