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City Council Meeting

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Thursday, December 18, 2014

NOTICE:  MEETING WAS CONTINUED DUE TO LACK OF QUORUM TO MONDAY, DECEMBER 22, 2014 AT NOON IN COUNCIL CHAMBERS TO COMPLETE THE AGENDA BUSINESS.                                                               
  

 
                                    MINUTES OF THE MEDFORD CITY COUNCIL MEETING
 
                                                                December 18, 2014
                                                                             
 
The meeting was called to order at noon in Council Chambers, City Hall, 411 W. 8th Street, Medford with the following members and staff present.
 
Mayor Gary Wheeler; Councilmembers Daniel Bunn, Eli Matthews, Tim Jackle, John Michaels and Bob Strosser.
 
Councilmembers Chris Corcoran and Dick Gordon were absent.
 
City Manager Eric Swanson; Deputy City Manager Bill Hoke; Deputy City Attorney Lori Cooper; City Recorder Glenda Wilson.
 
 
Employee Recognition
Employees from the Public Works were recognized for their years of service.
 
Employee Promotions
Greg Kleinberg promoted to Deputy Fire Chief; Matthew Carvalho promoted to Parks Technician.
 
New Employees
Christopher Shaull, Resource Development Coordinator and Felipe Villalba, Custodian in the Parks & Recreation Department; Juan Vega, Laborer and John Wilcox, Engineering Technician III in Public Works Department were introduced.
 
Retirements
Dorothy Hicks, Development Services Manager in the Public Works Department was recognized for her years of service.
 
City Council Recognition *taken out of order
 
Councilmembers John Michaels and Bob Strosser were presented with awards recognizing their service to the City of Medford.
 
Council President Daniel Bunn and Council Vice President Eli Matthews were presented with awards recognizing their service as Council Officers for 2014.
 
20.     Approval or correction of the minutes of the December 4, 2014 regular meeting
         There being no corrections the minutes were approved as presented.
 
Councilmember Strosser noted there was some clarification needed regarding his motion on Agenda Item 80.1.
 
30.     Oral requests and communications from the audience
30.1   Al Densmore, 1736 Inverness Dr., Medford, addressed the Council and thanked Councilmembers Bob Strosser and John Michaels for their years of service.  He also thanked the Council and staff for the time spent in serving the public.
 
30.2   Brandon Schultzke, 269 Black Oak Dr., Medford addressed the Council regarding the pawn ordinance.  He spoke in support of the ordinance with the exception of the picture taking of pawned items.  He recommended citizen’s utilize a program called “ReportIt” to document their personal items.
 
30.3   Phyllis Nelson, Main Street Market, 2940 Fairview, Medford addressed the Council regarding the formation of the Economic Improvement District (EID) for downtown revitalization efforts. She spoke in support of the EID but expressed concerns that the parking district restrictions in downtown would have a negative effect on the downtown.  She urged Council to do something regarding the one hour parking in downtown and expand it to at least two hours.
 
30.4   John Cotta, 1224 N. Modoc Ave. #45, Medford addressed the Council regarding the pawn ordinance.  He spoke in opposition of the requirement for photographs of pawned items. 
 
30.5   Keanon Ferguson, All Star Pawn, 4041 Crater Lake Ave. #B, Medford addressed the Council regarding the pawn ordinance.  He noted that they have been a pilot of this program for several months.  He stated that there is a time impact on the photographing of the items and uploading to the LEADS ON LINE program.  He is not supportive of the requirement of photographing the items.
 
30.6   Steve Ray, Valley Pawn, 2244 Hillside Dr., Central Point addressed the Council in support of the pawn ordinance with the exception of the photo taking of pawned items. 
 
30.7   Kelly Schulzke, Medford Pawn and Jewelry, 525 S. Central Ave., Medford addressed the Council in support of the pawn ordinance with the exception of the photo taking of pawned items.
 
40.     Consent calendar
40.1   COUNCIL BILL 2014-155  An ordinance initiating the formation of an Economic Improvement District and setting a public hearing.
 
40.2   COUNCIL BILL 2014-156  An ordinance approving a cash payment to Mahar Bros., Inc. of Street System Development Charge (SDC) credits in the amount of $132,040.88 for improvements on Lone Oak Drive for Summerfield – Phase 11B Subdivision.
 
Motion:  Adopt the consent calendar.
Moved by:  Daniel Bunn               Seconded by:  John Michaels
Roll Call:  Councilmembers Daniel Bunn, John Michaels, Eli Matthews, Tim Jackle and Bob Strosser voting yes.
Motion carried and the following Council Bills were adopted:  2014-155 and 2014-156.
 
50.     Items removed from consent calendar
 
60.     Ordinances and resolutions
60.1   COUNCIL BILL 2014-157  An ordinance awarding a contract in the amount of $368,500 to Vitus Construction Company for construction of a new parking lot located at 223 South Riverside Avenue.
 
Motion:  Adopt the ordinance awarding a contract in the amount of $368,500 to Vitus Construction Company for construction of a new parking lot at 223 South Riverside Avenue.
Moved by:  Bob Strosser             Seconded by:  Daniel Bunn
Roll Call:  Councilmembers Bob Strosser, Daniel Bunn, John Michaels, Eli Matthews and Tim Jackle voting yes.
Ordinance 2014-157 was duly adopted.
 
60.2   COUNCIL BILL 2014-158  A resolution adopting a revised investment policy for the City of Medford.
 
Motion:  Adopt the resolution adopting a revised investment policy for the City of Medford.
Moved by:  Daniel Bunn               Seconded by:  Bob Strosser
Roll Call:  Councilmembers Daniel Bunn, Bob Strosser, Eli Matthews, Tim Jackle and John Michaels voting yes.
Resolution 2014-158 was duly adopted.
 
60.3   COUNCIL BILL 2014-159 An ordinance amending Sections 8.105, 8.115, 8.130, 8.145, and 8.150 of the Medford Code and adding Section 8.170 pertaining to pawnbrokers and secondhand dealers.
 
Tim George, Police Chief addressed the Council and provided a staff report.  He provided an overview of the meetings with Council and stakeholders prior to bringing this item forward.  He clarified that the photo taking requirement is only for items purchased, not loans or pawned items. Sgt. Brett Mak addressed the Council and reviewed the code changes being proposed.  He noted that the representatives from the pawn businesses spoke in support of most changes being proposed.  The issue of disagreement is the requirement to take a photo of any item purchased.  This would not apply to items that are brought in for loans or pawns. 
 
Councilmember Strosser questioned how large numbers of items would be processed, i.e. CD’s or DVD’s.  Sgt. Mak noted that these could be stacked with labels showing and taken as one picture.
 
*Councilmember Michaels left the meeting.
 
Mayor Wheeler noted that the Council has lost quorum and therefore this item will be voted on at the evening meeting.
 
70.     Council Business
70.1   Council Service Recognition
                  *Taken out of order
 
70.2   Board & Commission Appointments
                  Postponed to evening session.
 
80.     City Manager and other staff reports
80.1   Capital Improvement Project Update Report by Brian Sjothun
                  Brian Sjothun, Parks & Recreation Director provided an overview of the Update Report. 
 
80.2   Polystyrene Initiative Update by Glenda Wilson
Ms. Wilson provided an update on the initiative measure.  She noted that the initiative Sam Becker will be presenting information to the Council on January 15, 2015 along with a staff report on impact of adoption of prohibition of polystyrene food ware products.
 
80.3   Energy Trust Grant Update by Cory Crebbin
Mr. Crebbin addressed the Council and spoke to the Energy Trust of Oregon grant that was based on the Wastewater Treatment Plant’s cogeneration capabilities.  He noted that the plant has produced the level of energy savings required for the grant and will be receiving the $450,000 in grant funds.
 
80.4   Mr. Swanson reported attending the 2014 Renewable Energy Markets Conference in Sacrament on December 3, 2014 to accept the 2014 EPA Green Power Leadership Award on behalf of the City of Medford.  He noted that Medford was one of only two communities nationwide to receive the award.
 
80.5   Mr. Swanson reported that the Communications Outreach Committee had interviewed the respondents to the Request for Proposal for a Communications Outreach Specialist to assist with community outreach efforts.  The Committee has made a recommendation and the notice to award will be issued and the contract will be presented to Council in January 2015.
 
80.6   Mr. Swanson noted that we are looking for someone to attend the KCMX show on December 23, 2014 at 8:00 a.m.
 
80.7   Mr. Swanson noted that he and the Mayor attended the Chamber Board meeting and that the Council will be looking at the renewal of the Travel Medford contract in early 2015.  He continues in discussions with Chamber Director Brad Hicks regarding this issue.
 
80.8   Mr. Swanson spoke to the El Caminos Hispanic magazine which has an informational article on the City of Medford Spanish speaking police officers including pictures and contact information.
 
80.9   Mr. Swanson provided an update on the Coquille Casino issue and that a decision from the Bureau of Indian Affairs is anticipated in early 2015 on the land trust process.  Council Officers have requested that a letter of support for the two-step process be forwarded to our congressional representatives.
 
90.     Propositions and remarks from the Mayor and Councilmembers
90.1   Proclamations issued:
               None
 
90.2   Further Council committee reports
a.   Councilmember Strosser reported on the Water Commission meeting.  He noted that the Water Commission audit report was finalized and issued with a “good opinion”.  He noted that there are two issues in the report that are being addressed.                     
 
90.3   Further remarks from Mayor and Councilmembers
 
100.   Adjournment to the evening session
         The meeting adjourned to the evening session at 1:42 p.m.
 
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EVENING SESSION
 
The meeting was called to order at 7:02 p.m. in Council Chambers, City Hall, 411 W. 8th Street, Medford with the following members and staff present.
 
Mayor Gary Wheeler; Councilmembers Daniel Bunn, Bob Strosser, Eli Matthews, Tim Jackle and Dick Gordon.
 
City Manager Eric Swanson; Deputy City Manager Bill Hoke; Deputy City Attorney Lori Cooper; City Recorder Glenda Wilson.
 
110.   Oral requests and communications from the audience
         None
  
Mayor Wheeler noted that Agenda Item 60.3 which was continued from noon session would be addressed at this time.
 
60.3   COUNCIL BILL 2014-159 An ordinance amending Sections 8.105, 8.115, 8.130, 8.145, and 8.150 of the Medford Code and adding Section 8.170 pertaining to pawnbrokers and secondhand dealers.
 
Councilmember Gordon noted he had viewed the noon session and expressed concerns with the documentation presented.  He had questions regarding implementation of the new photo taking systems and questioned when this would take effect.
 
Tim George noted that the ordinance would be effective upon signing.  He noted that the Police Department would provide the camera and training to assist with implementation of the photo processing and uploading.
 
Motion:  Adopt the ordinance and the implementation on the photo taking be delayed three months.
Moved by:  Bob Strosser             Seconded by:  Daniel Bunn
Roll Call:  Councilmembers Bob Strosser, Daniel Bunn, Tim Jackle, Eli Matthews and Dick Gordon voting yes.
Ordinance 2014-159 was duly adopted.
 
120.   Public hearings
120.1    COUNCIL BILL 2014-160 An ordinance adopting the Master Plan for the Commercial Core as a component of the Southeast Overlay District for the Southeast Plan area and amending Sections 10.372 through 10.385 of the Medford Code.  (DCA-14-083) (Land Use, Legislative)
 
Councilmember Tim Jackle recused himself from the Agenda Items 120.1 and 120.2 due to conflict of interest. He left the dais but remained in Chambers to maintain quorum.
 
John Adam, Senior Planner addressed the Council and provided a staff report.  He provided an overview of the Southeast Overlay District and displayed a map showing where the commercial core is located.  He noted that no development in the overlay district could be approved until the commercial core master plan is adopted.  He reviewed the approval criteria for Council.  He noted that the Planning Commission is recommending denial of the Core Area Master Plan but approval of the associated code amendments.  Planning Staff is recommending Council adopt both the Core Area Master Plan and associated code amendments.
 
Public hearing opened.
1.Raul Woerner, CSA Planning, 4497 Brownridge Terrace, Medford addressed the Council in support of the Master Plan design.  He noted his firm represents several property owners in the area and that they have be participants in the planning process.  He spoke to the lack of findings to support the Planning Commission decision.  He spoke to the work done by staff and other stakeholders such as the transportation district.  He noted that the Planning Commission did note that this plan is “technically” approvable. 
 
2.Rich Scholes, Rogue Federal Credit Union, 1370 Center Drive, Medford addressed the Council and spoke in support of the proposed master plan. 
 
3.Stuart Foster, 2426 Lynn Bluff, Medford addressed the Council regarding the proposed plan.  He noted that as an owner in this overlay district along with other Medford residents, he requests Council support of the ordinance.
 
4.Bob Neathamer, 3126 State St. #203, Medford addressed the Council regarding the proposal.  His firm represents various property owners in the area.  He noted that the location of the roundabout on Barnett and Stanford Avenue be moved eight feet to the north of the location on the proposed plan and that all parties are in favor of this change.
 
John Adam noted that this can be modified and included in the master plan.
Public hearing closed.
 
Motion:  Adopt the ordinance adopting the Southeast Plan Commercial Center Master Plan and associated code amendments and including the eight foot adjustment to the location of the roundabout on Barnett Road and Stanford Avenue.
Moved by:  Dick Gordon              Seconded by:  Bob Strosser
 
Councilmember Gordon spoke to his motion and the time and effort taken in development of this plan.
 
Roll Call:  Councilmembers Dick Gordon, Bob Strosser, Daniel Bunn and Eli Matthews voting yes.
Ordinance 2014-160 was duly adopted.
 
120.2    COUNCIL BILL 2014-161  An ordinance amending Sections 10.031, 10.296, 10.337, 10.358, 10.461, 10.704, 10.721, 10.746, 10.747, 10.775, 10.790, 10.822, 10.1400, 10.1500, 10.1600, 10.1700, and 10.1800 of the Medford Code to clarify development provisions. (DCA-14-107) (Land Use, Legislative)
 
Carla Paladino, Planner III, addressed the Council and provided a staff report.  She noted that these are housekeeping amendments intended to clarify the code language.  The Planning Commission is recommending adoption of the ordinance.
 
*Councilmember Jackle returned to the dais.
 
*Councilmember Gordon left the meeting.
 
Public hearing opened.
1. Mike Montero, address the Council and spoke in support of Amendment #2. 
Public hearing closed.
 
Mayor Wheeler called a 5 minute recess.
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Meeting reconvened with same persons present except Councilmember Gordon.  Due to lack of quorum the meeting was adjourned to a special noon meeting on Monday, December 22nd.
 
Meeting adjourned at 8:29 p.m.
 
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 December 22, 2014
Continuation of 12/18/2014 regular meeting

 
 
 
Meeting reconvened at noon in the Council Chambers, City Hall, 411 W. 8th Street, Medford with the following members and staff present.
 
Mayor Gary Wheeler;  Councilmembers Daniel Bunn, Eli Matthews, Tim Jackle, Chris Corcoran and Bob Strosser.
 
Councilmembers Dick Gordon and John Michaels were absent.
 
City Manager Eric Swanson; Deputy City Attorney Lori Cooper; City Recorder Glenda Wilson.
 
Mayor Wheeler spoke to how the meeting ended on December 18th with the loss of quorum and where we will be picking up the agenda today.
 
120.2    COUNCIL BILL 2014-161  An ordinance amending Sections 10.031, 10.296, 10.337, 10.358, 10.461, 10.704, 10.721, 10.746, 10.747, 10.775, 10.790, 10.822, 10.1400, 10.1500, 10.1600, 10.1700, and 10.1800 of the Medford Code to clarify development provisions.
 
Motion:  Adopt the ordinance.
Moved by:  Daniel Bunn               Seconded by:  Bob Strosser
Roll Call:  Councilmembers Daniel Bunn, Bob Strosser, Chris Corcoran, Eli Matthews and Tim Jackle voting yes.
Ordinance 2014-61 was duly adopted.
 
130.   Ordinances and resolutions
130.1    COUNCIL BILL 2014-162  An ordinance awarding a contract in an amount not to exceed $535,000 to Ogden Roemer Wilkerson (ORW) Architects to provide design and engineering requirements for Fire Stations 2, 3 and 4.
 
Councilmember Chris Corcoran noted he was absent during executive session but has been brought up to speed by Legal.
 
Motion:  Adopt the ordinance awarding the contract
Moved by:  Bob Strosser             Seconded by:  Eli Matthews
Roll Call:  Councilmembers Bob Strosser, Eli Matthews and Daniel Bunn voting yes.  Councilmembers Tim Jackle and Chris Corcoran voting no.
Motion moved to a second reading.
 
140.   Council Business
140.1    Boards & Commission Appointments
 
a.Arts Commission:  Two full term vacancies ending 1/31/2018 and one partial term ending 1/31/2016.  Applicants were Elizabeth Bunn, Michael Carpenter, Robert Craig, Michael Davis, Karl Geidans, Lois Harrison, Sara Hinze, Lillian Koppelman and Candice Watkins.
 
         Roll Call for 2 full term vacancies:
         Daniel Bunn:  Bunn, Davis
         Chris Corcoran:  Bunn, Davis
         Tim Jackle:  Bunn, Davis
         Eli Matthews:  Bunn, Davis
         Bob Strosser: Bunn, Davis
         Gary Wheeler:  Bunn, Davis
 
         Results:  Elizabeth Bunn and Michael Davis each received six votes; all others received no votes.
 
         Elizabeth Bunn and Michael Davis were appointed to terms ending 1/31/2018.
 
         Roll Call for 1 partial term vacancy:
         Daniel Bunn:  Koppelman
         Chris Corcoran:  Koppelman
         Tim Jackle:  Koppelman
         Eli Matthews:  Koppelman
         Bob Strosser:  Koppelman
         Gary Wheeler:  Koppelman
 
         Results:  Lillian Koppelman received six votes; all others receive no votes.
 
         Lillian Koppelman was appointed to a term ending 1/31/2016.
 
b.Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Committee:  Four full term vacancies with terms ending 1/31/2017.  Applicants were Kathryn Alftine, Cynthia Biles, Kathy Chmelir, Wayne Davis, Karl Geidans, Edgar Hee, Scott McKay, Andrea Noble, Erik Peterson, Richard Stach.
 
         Roll Call:
         Daniel Bunn:  Alftine, Biles, Davis, Peterson
         Chris Corcoran:  Alftine, Biles, Davis, Peterson
         Tim Jackle:  Alftine, Biles, Davis, Peterson
         Eli Matthews:  Alftine, Biles, Davis, Peterson
         Bob Strosser:  Alftine, Biles, Davis, Peterson
         Gary Wheeler:  Alftine, Biles, Davis, Peterson
 
Results:  Kathryn Alftine, Cynthia Biles, Wayne Davis and Erik Peterson each received six votes; all others received no votes.
 
Kathryn Alftine, Cynthia Biles, Wayne Davis and Erik Peterson were appointed to terms ending 1/31/2017.
 
c.Cemetery Commission:  Two full term vacancies ending 1/31/2018; one partial term vacancy ending 1/31/2017.  Applicants were Kathleen Holen and Jeraldyn Jerome.
 
Roll Call:
Daniel Bunn:  Holen, Jerome
Chris Corcoran:  Holen, Jerome
Tim Jackle:  Holen, Jerome
Eli Matthews:  Holen, Jerome
Bob Strosser:  Holen, Jerome
Gary Wheeler:  Holen, Jerome
 
Results:  Kathleen Holen and Jeraldyn Jerome each received six votes.
 
Kathleen Holen and Jeraldyn Jerome were appointed to terms ending 1/31/2018.  Council requested that staff advertise for the vacant position.
 
d.Housing & Community Development Commission:  Two full term vacancies ending 1/31/2018.  Applicants were Dawn Blanchette, Denise James, Chad McComas, Jennifer Puryear and Daniel Smith.
 
 
Roll Call:
Daniel Bunn:  James, McComas
Chris Corcoran:  James, McComas
Tim Jackle:  James, McComas
Eli Matthews:  James, McComas
Bob Strosser:  James, McComas
Gary Wheeler:  James, McComas
 
Results:  Denise James and Chad McComas each received six votes; all others received no votes.
 
Denise James and Chad McComas were appointed to terms ending 1/31/2018.
 
e.Multicultural Commission:  Four full term vacancies ending 1/31/2018 and one partial term vacancy ending 1/31/2017.  Applicants were David Filomeo, Aaron Harris, Pam Lucas, Ken Ogawa, Jody John Ramey and Andres Reed.
 
Roll Call:
Daniel Bunn:  Harris, Lucas, Ogawa, Ramey
Chris Corcoran:  Harris, Lucas, Ogawa, Ramey
Tim Jackle:  Harris, Lucas, Ogawa, Ramey
Eli Matthews:  Harris, Lucas, Ogawa, Ramey
Bob Strosser:  Harris, Lucas, Ogawa, Ramey
Gary Wheeler:  Harris, Lucas, Ogawa, Ramey
 
Results:  Aaron Harris, Pam Lucas, Ken Ogawa and Jody John Ramey each received six votes; all others received no votes.
 
Aaron Harris, Pam Lucas, Ken Ogawa and Jody John Ramey were appointed to terms ending 1/31/2018.
 
Roll Call for partial term:
Daniel Bunn:  Reed
Chris Corcoran:  Reed
Tim Jackle:  Reed
Eli Matthews:  Reed
Bob Strosser:  Reed
Gary Wheeler:  Reed
 
Results:  Andres Reed received six votes; all others received no votes.
 
Andres Reed was appointed to a partial term ending 1/31/2017.
 
f.Parking Commission:  One full term vacancy ending 1/31/2018 and one partial term vacancy ending 1/31/2017.  Applicants were George Schroeder.
 
Roll Call:
Daniel Bunn:  Schroeder
Chris Corcoran:  Schroeder
Tim Jackle:  Schroeder
Eli Matthews: Schroeder
Bob Strosser: Schroeder
Gary Wheeler:  Schroeder
 
Results:  George Schroeder received six votes.
 
George Schroeder was appointed to a term ending 1/31/2018.  Council directed staff to advertise for the open position.
 
g.Parks & Recreation Commission:  Three full term vacancies ending 1/31/2018 and one youth partial term ending 6/30/2015.  Applicants were Marco Boccato, Robert Bury, Karl Geidans, Travis Hardey, Kristine Jensen, Dan Ratty, George Schroeder and Daniel Smith.  There were no applicants for the youth position.
 
Roll Call:
Daniel Bunn:  Hardey, Jensen, Ratty
Chris Corcoran:  Hardey, Jensen, Ratty
Tim Jackle:  Boccato, Hardey, Ratty
Eli Matthews:  Hardey, Jensen, Ratty
Bob Strosser:  Hardey, Jensen, Ratty
Gary Wheeler:  Hardey, Jensen, Ratty
 
Results:  Travis Hardey and Dan Ratty each received six votes; Kristine Jensen received five votes; Marco Boccato received one vote; all others received no votes.
 
Travis Hardey, Dan Ratty and Kristine Jensen were appointed to terms ending 1/31/2018.
 
h.Police Advisory Committee:  Four full term vacancies ending 1/31/2017.  Applicants for the Ward 4 representative were Collette Curtius, Daniel Jensen, Kristine Jensen, Kevin Keating, Ted Krempa, William Mansfield, Bill Newell, Daniel Smith and Richard Whitlock.  Applicants for the Ward 2 representative were Gary Duval, James Hearndon and Denise James.  Applicants for the Business representative were Collette Curtius, Gary Duval, Denise James, Travis Hardey and Bob Strosser.  Applicants for the Minority representative were Addison Smith.
 
Roll Call for Ward 4 representative:
Daniel Bunn: Mansfield
Chris Corcoran:  Mansfield
Tim Jackle: Mansfield
Eli Matthews:  Mansfield
Bob Strosser:  Mansfield
Gary Wheeler:  Mansfield
 
Results:  William Mansfield received six votes; all others received no votes.
 
William Mansfield was appointed as the Ward 4 representative for a term ending 1/31/2018.
 
Roll Call for Ward 2 representative:
Daniel Bunn:  Duval
Chris Corcoran:  Duval
Tim Jackle:  Duval
Eli Matthews:  Duval
Bob Strosser:  Duval
Gary Wheeler:  Duval
 
Results:  Gary Duval received six votes; all others received no votes.
 
Gary Duval was appointed as the Ward 2 representative for a term ending 1/31/2018.
 
Roll Call for Business representative:
Daniel Bunn:  James
Chris Corcoran:  James
Tim Jackle: James
Eli Matthews:  James
Bob Strosser:  James
Gary Wheeler:  James
 
Results:  Denise James received six votes; all others received no votes.
 
Denise James was appointed as the Business representative for a term ending 1/31/2018.
 
Roll Call for Minority representative:
Daniel Bunn:  Smith
Chris Corcoran:  Smith
Tim Jackle: Smith
Eli Matthews:  Smith
Bob Strosser:  Smith
Gary Wheeler:  Smith
 
Results:  Addison Smith received six votes.
 
Addison Smith was appointed as the Minority representative for a term ending 1/31/2018.
 
i.Medford Urban Renewal Agency Budget Committee:  Two full term vacancies ending 1/31/2018.  Applicants were Jerry Shean.
 
Roll Call:
Daniel Bunn:  Shean
Chris Corcoran:  Shean
Tim Jackle:  Shean
Eli Matthews:  Shean
Bob Strosser:  Shean
Gary Wheeler:  Shean
 
Results:  Jerry Shean received six votes.
 
Jerry Shean was appointed to a term ending 1/31/2018.  Council directed staff to advertise for the additional vacancy.
 
150.   Further reports from the City Manager and staff
         None
 
160.   Propositions and remarks from the Mayor and Councilmembers
160.1    Further Council committee reports.
                     a.   None
 
160.2    Further remarks from Mayor and Councilmembers.
                     a.   Council wished everyone a Merry Christmas!
 
160.3    Mayor Wheeler questioned if the Council wanted to hold a special meeting before the end of the year to address the second reading on Agenda Item 130.1.  Council agreed to do so and a special meeting will be held on Monday, December 29th at 5:30 p.m.
 
170.   Adjournment
         There being no further business the meeting adjourned at 12:20 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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