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Thursday, May 15, 2014

 
                                    MINUTES OF THE MEDFORD CITY COUNCIL MEETING
Mayor’s Youth Advisory Commission Student Government Day
 
                                                                    May 15, 2014
 
The meeting was called to order at noon in Council Chambers, City Hall, 411 W. 8th St., Medford with the following members and staff present.
 
Mayor Gary Wheeler;  Councilmembers Dick Gordon (*left and returned as noted), Daniel Bunn, Bob Strosser, Eli Matthews, Tim Jackle, John Michaels and Chris Corcoran (*left and returned as noted).
 
Councilmember Karen Blair was absent.
 
City Manager Eric Swanson; City Attorney John Huttl; City Recorder Glenda Wilson.
 
Mayor’s Youth Advisory Commission members Sammy Elsdon; David Elson; Shane Bechtel; Grace Jovanovic; Claira Cummings; Madigan Smith; Olivia Minor; Kaitlyn Smith; and Emily Eccelson.
 
Employee Recognition
Employees from Finance, Parks & Recreation and Police Departments were recognized for their years of service.
 
New Employees
Perry Tilton, WRD Operation in Training at the Public Works Water Reclamation Division was introduced.
 
Retirees
Suzanne Myers, Principal Planner in the Planning Department was recognized for her twenty-one years of service.
 
20.     Approval or correction of the minutes of the May 1, 2014 regular meeting
         There being no corrections or amendments the minutes were approved as presented.
 
30.     Oral requests and communications from the audience
30.1   Travel Medford Quarterly Update by Anne Jenkins
Ms. Jenkins addressed the Council and provided an update on the travel and tourism industry in Medford.  She reviewed the conferences attended by Travel Medford staff to promote tourism in our region as well as advertisements that will be produced in travel publications.  Ms. Jenkins noted that Don Anway from the Neuman Hotel Group has been appointed to the Travel Oregon Commission.
 
30.2   Quarterly Update by Southern Oregon Regional Economic Development, Inc. by Ron Fox
Mr. Fox addressed the Council and provided an update on the economic development activities undertaken by SOREDI.  He highlighted business recruitment, expansion and retention as well as regional activities.
 
30.3   Mayor Wheeler and MYAC Mayor Elsdon presented a proclamation Rebecca Pace regarding ALS Awareness Month, May 2014. Ms. Pace addressed the Council and spoke to the fundraising being done to raise awareness.
 
40.     Consent calendar
40.1   COUNCIL BILL 2014-56   An ordinance authorizing acceptance and expenditure of a grant from the State of Oregon Parks and Recreation Heritage Program in the amount of $12,000 and authorizing matching City of Medford in-kind staff time to be used for historic preservation activities.
 
40.2   COUNCIL BILL 2014-57  An ordinance awarding a contract in the amount of $216,216.00 to Intermountain Slurry Seal, Inc., to perform micro surfacing on various city streets.
 
40.3   COUNCIL BILL 2014-58  An ordinance authorizing the execution of a Lease Agreement with Rogue Valley Children’s Discovery Museum dba Kid Time Discovery Experience for five parking spaces in the amount of $100 per month; fees waived for the first six months.
 
Motion:  Adopt the consent calendar.
Moved by:  Bob Strosser                         Seconded by:  John Michaels
Motion carried and the following Council Bills were duly approved: 2014-56, 2014-57 and 2014-58.
 
50.     Items removed from consent calendar
 
60.     Ordinances and resolutions
60.1   COUNCIL BILL 2014-59  An ordinance awarding a contract in the amount of $742,270 to Straus & Seibert Architects, LLP, to provide design and engineering requirements for Fire Station 2, 3 and 4.
 
Motion: Adopt the ordinance awarding a contract in the amount of $742,270 to Straus & Siebert Architects, LLP to provide design and engineering requirements for Fire Station 2, 3 and 4.
Moved by:  Eli Matthews              Seconded by:  Dick Gordon
 
Councilmember Corcoran recused himself from Agenda Items 60.1, 60.2 and 60.3.
Councilmember Matthews noted he was ex-officio on the scoring committee and felt the process was fair and equitable.  He noted there was nothing that would affect his ability to participate on this item.
 
Brian Sjothun, Parks & Recreation Director addressed the Council and provided a staff report on Agenda Items 60.1, 60.2 and 60.3.  He reviewed the history of the selection process under the Construction Manager/General Contractor.  He reviewed the scoring criteria utilized for the architect/engineering contracts. Mr. Sjothun noted that energy efficient techniques will be included in the projects, but that due to the costliness of applying for LEED certification the City will not pursue certification.  The City will be pursuing energy efficiency credits for the projects.  He reviewed the process and opportunities for Council review of the project design. 
 
Roll Call:  Councilmembers Eli Matthews, Dick Gordon, Daniel Bunn, Tim Jackle, John Michaels and Bob Strosser voting yes.  Councilmember Chris Corcoran abstained.
Ordinance 2014-59 was duly adopted.
 
60.2   COUNCIL BILL 2014-60  An ordinance awarding a  contract in the amount of $1,424,315 to ORW Architecture to provide design and engineering requirements for a new police station and secured parking structure.
 
Motion:  Adopt the ordinance awarding a contract in the amount of $1,424,315 to ORW Architecture to provide design and engineering requirements for a new police station and secured parking structure.
Moved by:  Dick Gordon              Seconded by:  John Michaels
 
Councilmember Strosser noted he was ex-officio on the scoring committee and felt the process was fair and equitable.  He noted there was nothing that would affect his ability to participate on this item.
Councilmember Bunn noted he also served as ex-officio on the scoring committee and that there was nothing that would affect his ability to participate on this item.
 
Roll Call:  Councilmembers Dick Gordon, John Michaels, Bob Strosser, Eli Matthews, Daniel Bunn, and Tim Jackle voting yes.  Councilmember Chris Corcoran abstained.
Ordinance 2014-60 was duly adopted.
 
60.3   COUNCIL BILL 2014-61  An ordinance authorizing exemption from competitive bidding and awarding a Construction Manager/General Contractor contract to Adroit Construction; authorizing pre-construction services in an amount not to exceed $32,500; authorizing construction in an amount not to exceed $18,787,000 for a new police station and secured parking structure.
 
Motion:  Adopt the ordinance authorizing an exemption from competitive bidding and awarding a Construction Manager/General Contractor contract to Adroit Construction; authorizing pre-construction services in an amount not to exceed $32,500; authorizing construction in an amount not to exceed $18,787,000 for a new police station and secured parking structure.
Moved by:  Bob Strosser             Seconded by:  Eli Matthews
 
Councilmember Gordon noted that to avoid any appearance of impropriety he will be recusing himself from Agenda Items 60.3, 120.1 and 130.1.
 
*Councilmember Gordon left the meeting.
 
Brian Sjothun, Parks & Recreation Director addressed the Council and provided an overview of the Construction Manager/General Contractor (CMGC) process, He reviewed the scoring criteria. He noted that top scorer JE Dunn entered into negotiations and the City exercised its rights to end negotiations and selected second highest responder, Adroit Construction.
 
Councilmember Strosser noted he was ex-officio on the scoring committee and felt the process was fair and equitable.  He noted there was nothing that would affect his ability to participate on this item.
Councilmember Bunn noted he also served as ex-officio on the scoring committee and that there was nothing that would affect his ability to participate on this item.
 
Roll Call:  Councilmembers Bob Strosser, Eli Matthews, Daniel Bunn, John Michaels and Tim Jackle voting yes.  Councilmember Chris Corcoran abstained.
Ordinance 2014-61 was duly adopted.
 
70.     Council Business
 
*Councilmember Gordon returned to the meeting.
 
70.1   Councilmember Matthews announced that the Medford Forum program this month will highlight the Medford-Alba, Italy Sister City relationship.  He will be on the program with Alba Sister City Chairperson Brent Barry and long-time Sister City supporter Doug Snider.
        
80.     City Manager and other staff reports
80.1   Capital Improvement Project Update Report by Brian Sjothun, Parks & Recreation Director
 Mr. Sjothun addressed the Council and provided an overview of the projects. 
 
80.2   Mr. Elson noted that participants and a topic are needed for the KCMX Radio Spot on May 27 at 8:00 a.m.
 
80.3   Mr. Elson noted that the Medford Forum will be on May 22nd.
 
80.4   Mr. Elson reported that the Peace Officers Memorial was held this morning and had a good attendance.  He noted that officers who have paid the ultimate price in protecting our community were honored.
 
80.5   Mr. Elson noted that on Monday, May 19th is the Elected Official’s Emergency Management training class starting at 5:30 p.m. with a light supper and then the training will be at 6:00 p.m.  He noted that elected officials from other communities will also be in attendance.
 
80.6   Mr. Elson noted that an updated Communication Outreach Plan will be included in the study session packet for the Council study session on May 22nd.  There are two additional topics for that meeting, Special Events Funding Policy and Emergency Management 90-Day Plan.
 
80.7   Mr. Elson noted that the May 29th Council study session topic will be a report by ESCI on the Fire Services Cooperation study.
 
80.8   Mr. Elson requested an update on the medical marijuana court decision.  John Huttl, City Attorney reported on the Circuit Court action taken and support of the City’s position in revocation of the license for Mary Jane’s Attic/Basement.
 
80.9   Mr. Elson recognized Chris Olivier who organized the Bike to Work breakfast.
 
90.     Propositions and remarks from the Mayor and Councilmembers
90.1   Proclamations issued:
               Peace Officer’s Memorial Day, May 15, 2014
               National Public Works Week, May 18-24, 2014
               ALS Awareness Month, May 2014
        
90.2   Further Council committee reports.
a.   Councilmember Gordon reported on Site Plan & Architectural Commission meeting and approval of Stewart Meadows design standards.
 
b.   Councilmember Strosser reported on the Water Commission meeting and discussion on the Ashland curtailment plan and drought impacts.  Ongoing discussion regarding the water service agreements.
 
*Councilmember Corcoran left and returned to the meeting.
 
 c.   Councilmember Strosser noted he had attended the Regional Rate Committee meeting. 
 
90.3   Further remarks from Mayor and Councilmembers.
a.   Councilmember Matthews spoke to the Mayor’s Youth Advisory Commission members in attendance at the meeting.  The MYAC members introduced themselves.  Mayor Wheeler thanked the students for attending.
 
b.   Mayor Wheeler noted that the Council would have a study session at 5:30 this evening to interview Site Plan & Architectural Commission applicants followed by the 6:00 Medford Urban Renewal Agency board meeting and a 7:00 City Council evening session.
 
100.   Adjournment to the evening session
         The meeting adjourned to the evening session at 1:33 p.m.
 
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EVENING SESSION
 
The meeting was called to order at 7:00 p.m. in Council Chambers, City Hall, 411 W. 8th Street, Medford with the following members and staff present.
 
Mayor Gary Wheeler; Councilmembers Dick Gordon (*left and returned as noted), Daniel Bunn, Bob Strosser, Eli Matthews, John Michaels and Chris Corcoran.
 
Councilmembers Tim Jackle and Karen Blair were absent.
 
City Manager Eric Swanson; Deputy City Manager Bill Hoke; City Attorney John Huttl; City Recorder Glenda Wilson.
 
110.   Oral requests and communications from the audience
110.1    Kaci Hardey, 2500 Gould Ave., Medford addressed the Council regarding the award of the capital improvement contracts.  She spoke to an article in the Mail Tribune regarding the protest filed S&B James.  She expressed her concern regarding the award of the contract to a company at a higher price.  She questioned if the Council is holding the selection committee responsible. 
 
  
120.   Public hearings
         120.1    COUNCIL BILL 2014-62  A resolution denying a protest of the notice of intent to award a Construction Manager/General Contractor contract to Adroit Construction to construct improvements to Fire facilities.   
 
 Councilmember Gordon recused himself from this item as stated during the noon session.
 Councilmember Corcoran recused himself from 120.1 and 130.1 due to a conflict of interest.
 
*Councilmember Gordon left the meeting.
 
City Attorney John Huttl provided a staff report.  He reviewed the process for the procurement of services for this contract.  He noted that the scoring committee reviewed the proposals based on the scoring criteria within the bid document.  He reviewed the protest and City’s response.
 
Public hearing opened.
 
Councilmember Matthews reported exparte contacts with Allen Purdey and Bob Mayer.  He noted these contacts would not prohibit his ability to vote on this issue.
 
1.  Jerry Shean, representing the appellant S&B James, addressed the Council and presented arguments on two issues, that the scoring was weighted and this was not explained before the submittal.  He questioned why rates and expenses for the property control was important but not in this project.  He spoke to the scoring for key personnel.  The proposal required resumes and the percentage of time each key personnel would spend on the project.  The Adroit document was missing this information but still rated higher than the S&B James submittal.  Mr. Shean noted that information was gathered in the interview process but that was after the scoring was completed.  He stated that the process was biased and there appeared to be favoritism.
 
Councilmembers questioned Mr. Shean’s protest arguments and Mr. Shean requested the issue be remanded to the scoring committee.  Councilmember Bunn spoke to the second issue and questioned if there was anything that prohibited the City from asking clarifying questions in the interview process.  Mr. Shean noted asking questions to clarify information is different than adding information that was required in the proposal.  Mr. Shean reserved time for rebuttal
 
2.  Jeremy Vermilyea, representing Adroit Construction addressed the Council regarding the protest.  He noted that his client concurs with Mr. Huttl’s conclusions regarding the protest.  He stated that the scoring process was fair.  He spoke to the issue raised regarding the construction phase fees in that this is very hypothetical as this is the reason for the CMGC process to allow for reduction in design and construction costs.  Contract amount proposed in 130.1 is different than on the spreadsheet shown by Mr. Shean.  This is not a low bid contract process, but a process to provide the most advantageous outcome for the community.  He noted that the only guaranteed cost is the pre-construction fees and Adroit’s were the lowest.  Mr. Vermilyea noted that any concern regarding the scoring method should have been addressed in the bid review meeting.  He also spoke to the City’s ability to waive a minor informality and his client believes the key personnel issue was such informality.  He reserved time for rebuttal.
 
3.  Jerry Shean noted that the respondent’s attorney did not address arguments made in statement.
 
Councilmembers questioned staff regarding the scoring process issues.
 
Greg McKown, Facilities Management Supervisor, addressed the Council and noted that the scoring was done to develop a short list of two respondents for the interview process. He noted that the request for proposal spells out the scoring/evaluation of the proposals and then the interview process would be based on the same questions in the request for proposal.  The question regarding the key personnel was addressed by Adroit in the interview process.  He then provided the guidelines utilized by the scoring committee.  The guidelines were developed to further remove the opportunity for a biased scoring to occur.
 
Mr. Huttl spoke to the request to remand this based on Mr. McKown presentation and that Council should give due consideration to the scoring committee.  He noted that Mr. Mckown’s testimony shows that the scoring committee was not arbitrary or capricious.
 
4.  Jerry Shean addressed the Council, requested Mr. McKown answer some questions regarding the scoring done before the interview and that one of the scoring committee members was not present at the interview.  He stated this would have skewed the results. 
 
5.  Mr. Vermilyea suggested that being “nitpicky” is not helpful and spoke to several examples in the responses from the various companies where there were omissions and problems with submittals.  He encouraged the Council to support the professional staff and the scoring process and deny the protest.
 
Councilmember Strosser requested Mr. McKown address the questions raised by Mr. Shean.  Mr. McKown noted that the scoring was to create short list to reduce proposers to two firms. The interviews utilized the same scoring criteria, then scoring was finalized.  He noted that the absence of the scoring committee member would not have changed the outcome of the scoring.
 
6.  Mr. Vermilyea provided scoring sheet to clarify that the absence of the scoring committee member would not have affected the outcomes.
 
Public hearing closed.
 
Motion: Move to deny the protest.
Moved by:  Bob Strosser             Seconded by:  Daniel Bunn
 
Councilmember Strosser spoke to his motion and that there was substantial evidence that the effort to be consistent in the process was evident.  Councilmember Bunn spoke to the motion and his support. 
 
Roll Call: Councilmembers Bob Strosser, Daniel Bunn, Eli Matthews and John Michaels voting yes.  Councilmember Chris Corcoran abstained.
Resolution 2014-62 was duly adopted.
 
Mayor Wheeler called a 10 minute recess.
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Meeting was reconvened with same persons present at 8:32 p.m.
 
*Councilmember Gordon returned to the meeting.
 
120.2    CONTINUED From April 17, 2014
COUNCIL BILL 2014-47  An ordinance vacating an approximate 15 foot by 237-foot long strip of public right-of-way which is an alley extending between Quince Street and the alley between Rose Avenue and Quince Street, approximately 215 feet north of West Main Street.  (SV-13-123) (Land Use, Quasi-judicial)
 
Kelly Akin, Principal Planner provided a staff report.  Ms. Akin reviewed the approval criteria and findings for the vacation.  She noted the Planning Commission and staff recommend approval.
 
Public hearing opened.
1.Craig Stone, CSA Planning addressed the Council regarding the issue and addressed the reservation of the utility easement.  They have been unable to get confirmation from utility providers regarding this property.  Reservation of easement is not a large issue as it shifts the burden to the utilities to prove. 
Public hearing closed.
 
Motion:  Adopt the ordinance vacating an approximate 15 foot by 237-foot long strip of public right-of-way which is an alley extending between Quince Street and the alley between Rose Avenue and Quince Street, approximately 215 feet north of West Main Street. 
Moved by:  Chris Corcoran                       Seconded by:  Daniel Bunn
Roll Call:  Councilmembers Chris Corcoran, Daniel Bunn, Dick Gordon, Eli Matthews, John Michaels and Bob Strosser voting yes.
Ordinance 2014-47 was duly adopted.
 
120.3    COUNCIL BILL 2014-63  An ordinance amending Sections 10.012, 10.136, 10.256, and 10.258 and repealing Section 10.408 of the Medford Code pertaining to certain alterations to structures within Historic Preservation Overlay Districts.  (DCA-13-129) (Land Use, Legislative)
 
Suzanne Myers, Principal Planner provided a staff report.  She reviewed the proposed changes and approval criteria.  The Landmarks and Historic Preservation Commission, Planning Commission and staff recommend adoption.  Ms. Myers noted a typo on the Ordinance that needed to be corrected as it listed a wrong Municipal Code section.
 
         Public hearing opened.
                     None
         Public hearing closed.
        
Motion:  Adopt the ordinance amending Sections 10.012, 10.136, 10.256, and 10.258 and repealing Section 10.408 of the Medford Code pertaining to certain alterations to structures within Historic Preservation Overlay Districts as corrected. 
Moved by:  Daniel Bunn               Seconded by:  Eli Matthews
Roll Call:  Councilmembers Daniel Bunn, Eli Matthews, Bob Strosser, John Michaels, Dick Gordon and Chris Corcoran voting yes.
Ordinance 2014-63 was duly adopted.
 
120.4    COUNCIL BILL 2014-64  An ordinance amending Sections 10.1010 and 10.1022 of the Medford Code pertaining to temporary signs.  (DCA-14-011) (Land Use, Legislative)
 
Jim Huber, Planning Director provided a staff report and approval criteria.  He reviewed the various types of signs that are governed by the Code.  He spoke to addressing the impact with political campaign signs and would like to allow these without permit; address real estate signs in residential zone.  HE noted that Planning Commission and staff recommend adoption.
 
Public hearing opened.
       None.
Public hearing closed.
 
Motion:  Adopt the ordinance amending Sections 10.1010 and 10.1022 of the Medford Code pertaining to temporary signs. 
Moved by:  Eli Matthews              Seconded by:  Chris Corcoran
Roll Call:  Councilmembers Eli Matthews, Chris Corcoran, Dick Gordon, Daniel Bunn, John Michaels and Bob Strosser voting yes.
Ordinance 2014-64 was duly adopted.
 
120.5    COUNCIL BILL 2014-65  An ordinance amending Sections 10.012, 10.337, and Table 10.743-1 of the Medford Code pertaining to school zoning districts.  (DCA-14-027) (Land Use, Legislative)
 
Jim Huber, Planning Director provided a staff report and an overview of the proposed change of code language to allow schools in commercial zones.  He discussed approval criteria and noted that the Planning Commission and staff recommend approval.
 
Public hearing opened.
1.  Joe VonDoloski, 1794 E. Dutton Rd., Eagle Point Executive Director of the Logos Charter School, addressed the Council and requested the Council support the code amendment.

2.  John Hamlin, 24 Crater Lake Ave., Medford addressed the Council and spoke in support of the amendment and the Logos Charter School.
Public hearing closed.
 
Motion:  Adopt the ordinance amending Sections 10.012, 10.337, and Table 10.743-1 of the Medford Code pertaining to school zoning districts.
Moved by: Bob Strosser                 Seconded by:  John Michaels
 
Councilmember Gordon requested clarification on definition of schools within the Medford Code.
 
Roll Call:  Councilmembers Bob Strosser, John Michaels, Eli Matthews, Daniel Bunn, Dick Gordon and Chris Corcoran voting yes.
Ordinance 2014-65 was duly adopted.
        
130.   Ordinances and resolutions
130.1 COUNCIL BILL 2014-66  An ordinance authorizing exemption from competitive bidding and awarding a Construction Manager/General Contractor contract to Adroit Construction; authorizing pre-construction services  in an amount not to exceed $22,500; authorizing construction in an amount not exceed $8,960,000 for improvements to Fire Stations 2, 3 and 4.
 
*Councilmember Gordon recused himself and left the meeting.
        
Motion:  Adopt the ordinance authorizing exemption from competitive bidding and awarding a Construction Manager/General Contractor contract to Adroit Construction; authorizing pre-construction services  in an amount not to exceed $22,500; authorizing construction in an amount not exceed $8,960,000 for improvements to Fire Stations 2, 3 and 4.
Moved by:  Bob Strosser                Seconded by:  Daniel Bunn
Roll Call:  Councilmembers Bob Strosser, Daniel Bunn, Eli Matthews and John Michaels voting yes.  Councilmember Chris Corcoran abstained.
Ordinance 2014-66 was duly adopted.
 
*Councilmember Gordon returned to the meeting.
 
140.   Council Business
140.1    Site Plan & Architectural Commission Appointment
 Councilmember Bunn noted this would be held to the next meeting.
 
140.2    Councilmembers discussed the vacancy on the Housing & Community Development Commission.  Glenda Wilson, Assistant to the City Manager provided background on the issues.  She noted that this was discussed at the March 6th Council meeting where Commission member Linda Pincock addressed the Council.  At that meeting, Ms. Pincock requested that the Commission be allowed to maintain status and see if they can address housing issues.  Ms. Wilson noted that there is a vacancy on the Commission that the members would like to have filled as they are working on the 5-Year Consolidated Plan for the Community Development Block Grant funds.
 
Councilmember Michaels noted he would like to see a written recommendation from the Commission clarifying how they are or will address the housing needs.  He would also like to see the City form a Housing Commission to address affordable housing and other issues.  Ms. Wilson noted that at this time there is not staff in the Planning Department or City Manager’s office to support a new committee.
 
Councilmember Bunn noted that the Commission is requesting that the status quo be held for one year and that the vacancy needs to be filled.
 
Motion:  Move forward on filling the vacancy on the Housing & Community Development Commission.
Moved by:  Dick Gordon              Seconded by:  John Michaels
Roll Call:  Councilmembers Dick Gordon, John Michaels, Daniel Bunn, Eli Matthews, Chris Corcoran and Bob Strosser voting yes.
Motion carried and so ordered.
 
 
Motion:  Request written documentation from the Housing & Community Development Commission on their plan to address duties including affordable housing or recommendation to change their duties.
Moved by:  John Michaels                        Seconded by:  Dick Gordon
Roll Call:  Councilmember John Michaels, Dick Gordon, Daniel Bunn, Eli Matthews, Bob Strosser and Chris Corcoran voting yes.
Motion carried and so ordered.
 
150.   Further reports from the City Manager and staff
 
160.   Propositions and remarks from the Mayor and Councilmembers
160.1    Further Council committee reports.
                    
160.2    Further remarks from Mayor and Councilmembers.
a.   Councilmember Michaels noted he would like the Council to look at building standards and have Site Plan & Architectural Commission provide some recommendations.
 
b.Councilmember Bunn noted that Josephine County has been boycotting the Rogue Valley Area Commission on Transportation meetings.
 
170.   Adjournment
There being no further business the meeting adjourned 9:51 p.m.
 
The proceedings of the City Council meeting were recorded and are filed in the City Recorder's office. The complete agenda of this meeting is filed in the City Recorder's office.
 
 
 
Glenda Wilson
City Recorder
 

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