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Thursday, October 15, 2015

AGENDA 

10.    Roll Call
 
Employee Recognition
 
Employee of the Quarter
 
20.    Approval or correction of the minutes of the October 1 regular meeting
 
30.    Oral requests and communications from the audience
Comments will be limited to 3 minutes per individual or 5 minutes if representing a group or organization.  PLEASE SIGN IN.
 
         30.1        Annual Travel Medford by Annie Jenkins      
 
40.    Consent calendar
        
50.    Items removed from consent calendar
 
60.    Ordinances and resolutions
60.1     COUNCIL BILL 2015-104 SECOND READING – An ordinance amending Sections 10.012 and 10.337 of the Medford Code and replacing Section 10.839 pertaining to marijuana products and related businesses effective December 1, 2015.
 
60.2     COUNCIL BILL 2015-106 An ordinance amending the contract with Ogden Roemer Wilkerson Architecture pertaining to redesign services of Fire Station #2, #3, and #4 in an amount not to exceed $136,500.
 
60.3     COUNCIL BILL 2015-107 A resolution initiating the vacation of approximately 10,379 square feet of public right-of-way located at the southwest corner of the intersection of South Holly Street and Garfield Street. (SV-15-114)
        
60.4     COUNCIL BILL 2015-108  An ordinance authorizing execution of an Intergovernmental Agreement with Medford 549C School District pertaining to sharing recreational facilities through December 31, 2016.              
 
60.5     COUNCIL BILL 2015-109 An ordinance awarding a contract to Professional Credit Service to provide utility billing collection services for three years beginning November 1, 2015; with two three-year renewal options.
 
60.6     COUNCIL BILL 2015-110 An ordinance adding Section 2.448 to the Medford Code pertaining to the Hospital Facilities Authority Board.
 
60.7     COUNCIL BILL 2015-111 A resolution adopting recommendations for funding General Fund Grants for the 2015-17 biennium.
 
60.8     COUNCIL BILL 2015-112 An ordinance authorizing an agreement with the American Red Cross to provide an AmeriCorps member to serve as a Community Emergency Response Team program specialist through August 31, 2016; authorizes City cash match in the amount of $9,100.
        
70.    Council Business
             
80.    City Manager and other staff reports
         80.1     Memo of Understanding with State Buildings Code Division
 
         80.2     Further reports from City Manager
 
90.    Propositions and remarks from the Mayor and Councilmembers
         90.1     Proclamations issued:
                        Extra Mile Day – November 1, 2015
 
         90.2     Further Council committee reports.
           
         90.3     Further remarks from Mayor and Councilmembers.
 
100.  Adjournment to the evening session
 
 
EVENING SESSION
7:00 P.M.
Roll call
 
110.  Oral requests and communications from the audience
Comments will be limited to 3 minutes per individual or 5 minutes if representing a group or organization.  PLEASE SIGN IN.
 
120.  Public hearings
Comments are limited to a total of 30 minutes for applicants and/or their representatives.  You may request a 5-minute rebuttal time.  Appellants and/or their representatives are limited to a total of 30 minutes and if the applicant is not the appellant they will also be allowed a total of 30 minutes.  All others will be limited to 3 minutes per individual or 5 minutes if representing a group or organization. PLEASE SIGN IN.
 
120.1 CONTINUED. Consideration of a proposed Comprehensive Plan/Urban Growth Boundary Amendment affecting the General Land Use Plan (GLUP) map, the Medford Street Functional Classification Plan of the Transportation Element, and portions of the text of both the Urbanization and GLUP Elements.
 
120.2 COUNCIL BILL 2015-113 A resolution adopting the Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) pertaining to Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds for the 2014-15 program year.
 
130.  Ordinances and resolutions
        
140.  Council Business
 
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.
 
170.  Adjournment
 
 



COUNCIL MINUTES                                      

October 15, 2015
12:00 Noon & 7:00 p.m.
Medford City Hall, Council Chambers
411 West Eighth Street, Medford, Oregon
  
The regular meeting of the Medford City Council was called to order at 12:00 noon in the Council Chambers of the Medford City Hall on the above date with the following members and staff present:
 
Mayor Gary Wheeler; Councilmembers Clay Bearnson, Daniel Bunn, Chris Corcoran*, Dick Gordon, Tim Jackle, Eli Matthews, Kevin Stine, Michael Zarosinski
                                  
City Manager Pro Tem Bill Hoke; City Attorney Lori Cooper; City Recorder Karen Spoonts
 
*Left as noted.
 
Employee Recognition
Employees were recognized from the City Manager’s office, Finance, Human Resources Department, Public Works Department and Technology Services.
 
New employees: Lydia Dawson, Executive Assistant, City Manager’s Office; Trevor Williams, Financial Support Technician, Finance Department; Cassie Neahr, Legal Secretary, City Attorney’s Office; and Jill Auborn, Senior Human Resources Analyst, Human Resources Department.
 
Employee of the Quarter
Clint Picton, Database Supervisor, Technology Services Department, was recognized as the Employee of the Quarter.
 
20.    Approval or correction of the minutes of the October 1 regular meeting
         There being no additions or corrections, the minutes were approved as presented.   
 
30.    Oral requests and communications from the audience
         30.1     Annual Travel Medford by Annie Jenkins        
Annie Jenkins provided the 2015 Annual Report, reported that the transient lodging tax revenues continue to grow. Councilmember Bearnson questioned whether cannabis tourism was expected to bring more tourism into the area, creating additional transient lodging taxes. Ms. Jenkins noted that Travel Medford has not taken a position on the issue, but she expected it to be considered.
 
30.2     Mayor Wheeler read the National Red Ribbon Week proclamation.
 
40.    Consent calendar
         None.
 
50.    Items removed from consent calendar
         None.
 
60.    Ordinances and resolutions
         60.1     COUNCIL BILL 2015-104 SECOND READING – An ordinance amending Sections 10.012 and 10.337 of the Medford Code and replacing Section 10.839 pertaining to marijuana products and related businesses effective December 1, 2015.
 
Motion 1:  Adopt the ordinance amending Sections 10.012 and 10.337 of the Medford Code and replacing Section 10.839 pertaining to marijuana products and related businesses effective December 1, 2015.   
Moved by:  Clay Bearnson                                                Seconded by: Kevin Stine 
Motion tabled to evening meeting per Motion #2.
 
Councilmembers Bearnson stated his reasons for supporting this ordinance as well as the implementation of a 3% tax. Councilmember Zarosinski questioned the language of the ordinance. He believed the motion indicated the Council was going to wait for the Code amendment regarding recreational marijuana. Councilmembers discussed various issues, including whether the Code revision should include recreational marijuana, if a decision should wait until after the OLCC rule determination, a possible tax and whether to submit the issue to the voters. Mayor Wheeler stated that he was undecided at this point and may veto an approved ordinance. City Attorney Lori Cooper read the Charter pertaining to Mayor Wheeler’s vote.
 
Councilmember Bearnson noted his potential conflict of interest regarding the topic of marijuana. 
 
Motion #2: Continue item 60.1 until the evening session and direct staff to return an ordinance consistent with Mr. Zarosinski’s motion of October 1, 2015.
Moved by:  Daniel Bunn                                                    Seconded by:  Clay Bearnson
 
Councilmember Jackle expressed his concern regarding notice.
 
Motion #2 roll call:  Councilmembers Bearnson, Bunn, Corcoran, Gordon, Jackle, Matthews, Stine, and Zarosinski voting yes.
Motion carried and so ordered.
 
         60.2     COUNCIL BILL 2015-106 An ordinance amending the contract with Ogden Roemer Wilkerson Architecture pertaining to redesign services of Fire Station #2, #3, and #4 in an amount not to exceed $136,500.
 
Motion:  Continue 60.2 to the evening session.   
Moved by:  Daniel Bunn                                                    Seconded by:  Kevin Stine
 
Councilmember Gordon suggested moving forward with only Fire Station #2 at this time.
 
Roll call: Councilmembers Bearnson, Bunn, Corcoran, Gordon, Jackle, Matthews, Stine, and Zarosinski voting yes.
Motion carried and so ordered.
 
         60.3     COUNCIL BILL 2015-107 A resolution initiating the vacation of approximately 10,379 square feet of public right-of-way located at the southwest corner of the intersection of South Holly Street and Garfield Street. (SV-15-114).
 
Motion:  Adopt the resolution initiating the vacation and establishing a public hearing date of January 7, 2016.
Moved by:  Eli Matthews                                                   Seconded by:  Chris Corcoran
 
Councilmember Bearnson questioned who would own the parcel once vacated; City Manager Bill Hoke stated the property will revert back to its original ownership pursuant to state law.
 
Roll call:  Councilmembers Bearnson, Bunn, Corcoran, Gordon, Jackle, Matthews, Stine, and Zarosinski voting yes.
Resolution #2015-107 was duly adopted.
        
         60.4     COUNCIL BILL 2015-108  An ordinance authorizing execution of an Intergovernmental Agreement with Medford 549C School District pertaining to sharing recreational facilities through December 31, 2016.
 
Motion:  Adopt the ordinance authorizing execution of an Intergovernmental Agreement between the City of Medford and the 549C School District.
Moved by:    Chris Corcoran                                              Seconded by:  Dick Gordon
Roll call:  Councilmembers Bearnson, Bunn, Corcoran, Gordon, Jackle, Matthews, Stine, and Zarosinski voting yes.
Ordinance #2015-108 was duly adopted.
 
         60.5     COUNCIL BILL 2015-109 An ordinance awarding a contract to Professional Credit Service to provide utility billing collection services for three years beginning November 1, 2015; with two three-year renewal options.
 
Motion: Adopt the ordinance approving a contract with Professional Credit Services to provide utility billing collection services for three years beginning November 1, 2015, with options to renew for two additional three-year terms.
Moved by:    Daniel Bunn                                                   Seconded by:  Dick Gordon
 
Councilmembers discussed the reputation and the potential expense of using Professional Credit Services; Public Works Business Manager Lorraine Peterson explained the City should see approximately 30-40% return, depending on the age of account.
 
Roll call: Councilmembers Bearnson, Bunn, Corcoran, Gordon, Jackle, Matthews, Stine, and Zarosinski voting yes.
Ordinance #2015-109 was duly adopted.
 
         60.6     COUNCIL BILL 2015-110 An ordinance adding Section 2.448 to the Medford Code pertaining to the Hospital Facilities Authority Board.
 
Motion:  Adopt the ordinance adding Section 2.448 to the Medford Code pertaining to the Hospital Facilities Authority Board.
Moved by:  Clay Bearnson                                                Seconded by:  Daniel Bunn
 
                     Councilmember Gordon commented on the current term length restriction of two 4-year terms and suggested an increase to a 5-year term limit. Funding and bonds were discussed. Finance Director Alison Chan noted she would contact the Bonding Authority in response to Councilmember Jackle’s concern regarding Medford’s potential liability in approving any bonds impacting facilities outside of City limits.
 
Roll call: Councilmembers Bearnson, Bunn, Corcoran, Gordon, Jackle, Matthews, and Stine voting yes; Zarosinski voting no.
Ordinance #2015-110 was duly adopted.
 
         60.7     COUNCIL BILL 2015-111 A resolution adopting recommendations for funding General Fund Grants for the 2015-17 biennium.
 
Motion:  Adopt the resolution authorizing the funding recommendation of the General Fund Grants Subcommittee for the 2015-17 biennium.     
Moved by:  Chris Corcoran                                               Seconded by:  Dick Gordon                 
 
Elizabeth Bunn, Chair of the General Fund Grants Subcommittee, provided information on the process. Councilmember Bunn notified of a potential conflict of interest as he serves on the Board for ACCESS.
 
Roll call: Councilmembers Bearnson, Bunn, Corcoran, Gordon, Jackle, Matthews, Stine, and Zarosinski voting yes.
Resolution #2015-111 was duly adopted.
 
         60.8     COUNCIL BILL 2015-112 An ordinance authorizing an agreement with the American Red Cross to provide an AmeriCorps member to serve as a Community Emergency Response Team program specialist through August 31, 2016; authorizes City cash match in the amount of $9,100.
 
                     Emergency Management Coordinator Larry Masterman noted this would provide funding for the City’s AmeriCorps member and CERT coordinator, Nicolas Petersen, through next year; Councilmember Corcoran questioned if it was in the budget; staff noted that it was.
 
Motion:  Adopt the ordinance authorizing an agreement authorizing an agreement with the American Red Cross to provide an AmeriCorps member to serve as a Community Emergency Response Team program specialist through August 31, 2016; authorizes City cash match in the amount of $9,100.
Moved by:  Dick Gordon                                                   Seconded by:  Clay Bearnson
Roll call: Councilmembers Bearnson, Bunn, Corcoran, Gordon, Jackle, Matthews, Stine, and Zarosinski voting yes.
Ordinance #2015-112 was duly adopted.
        
70.    Council Business
70.1        Councilmember Bunn recommended the inclusion of Board or Commission Vice Chairs to the Ad Hoc Interview Committees.  To clarify, the Ad Hoc Committees would consist of the Board or Commission’s Council Liaison, Alternate Council Liaison, the Chair and Vice Chair.  Interviews would require three of the four members present.
 
         70.2        Councilmember Bunn requested Council direction for staff regarding the police façade 60-day hold. 
 
Motion: Direct staff to discontinue further consideration to the alternate parking garage façade.
Moved by:  Dick Gordon                                            Seconded by:  Chris Corcoran
Roll call:  Councilmembers Bearnson, Bunn, Corcoran, Gordon, Jackle, Matthews, Stine, and Zarosinski voting yes.
Motion carried and so ordered.
 
         70.3        Councilmember Bunn reported that Mr. Hoke would be researching ways to keep Council meetings on schedule.
           
80.    City Manager and other staff reports
         80.1     Memo of Understanding (MOU) with State Buildings Code Division
Mr. Hoke noted the City has a MOU with the State Building Codes Division regarding Fats, Oil and Grease (FOG) and requested Public Works Director Cory Crebbin to provide additional information. 
 
*Councilmember Corcoran left.
 
Mr. Crebbin stated the City was fined $1,000 for failing to comply with Oregon Building Code regulations while implementing FOG requirements. The State of Oregon’s Building Codes Division and the DEQ were not in agreement, leading to confusion regarding proper procedure. Public Works is currently under an order by the State Building Codes Division and a MOU has been signed.  The MOU includes revisions to Chapter 11 of the Municipal Code regarding the use of the sewer system, which will be presented to the City Council for approval. If the Code revisions are not finalized by January 1, the City will be fined another $4,000.
 
         80.2     Further reports from City Manager
                     a.   Quarterly Financial Report
Ms. Chan provided the Quarterly Financial Report reviewing the overall portfolio, the general fund, projections, appropriations and compression. 
                    
90.    Propositions and remarks from the Mayor and Councilmembers
         90.1     Proclamations issued:
                             Extra Mile Day – November 1, 2015
                             Red Ribbon Week – October 23 – 31, 2015
 
         90.2     Further Council committee reports.
a.     As a member of the Hospital Facilities Board, Councilmember Gordon presented information regarding Asante, their growth, and various bonds.
 
                     b.     Councilmember Matthews noted that the students visiting from Alba, Italy enjoyed their visit to Medford.  The Taste of Alba event will be held June 4, 2016.  Currently, a delegation from Medford is in Alba and will be leaving on Saturday.
 
                     c.     Councilmember Zarosinski noted the Cemetery Commission is finalizing their management plan.
 
                     d.     Councilmember Bunn notified of a scheduling revision for October 22.  The Urban Growth Boundary study session will be held on October 22 at noon instead of the evening.
 
         90.3     Further remarks from Mayor and Councilmembers.
                     None.
        
100.  Adjournment to the evening session
Mayor Wheeler reminded the City Council of the Executive Session at 5:30 p.m. followed by the evening meeting at 7:00 p.m. The meeting adjourned at 1:42 p.m.
 
 
 
 
EVENING SESSION
7:00 P.M.
 
The regular evening session of the Medford City Council was called to order at 7:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers of the Medford City Hall on the above date with the following members and staff present:
 
Mayor Gary Wheeler; Councilmembers Clay Bearnson, Daniel Bunn, Chris Corcoran, Dick Gordon, Tim Jackle, Eli Matthews, Kevin Stine, Michael Zarosinski
 
City Manager Pro Tem Bill Hoke; City Attorney Lori Cooper; City Recorder Karen Spoonts
 
110.  Oral requests and communications from the audience
         No one spoke.
 
Item 60.1 continued from the noon meeting.
 
         60.1     COUNCIL BILL 2015-104 SECOND READING An ordinance amending Sections 10.012 and 10.337 of the Medford Code and replacing Section 10.839 pertaining to marijuana products and related businesses effective December 1, 2015.
 
                     At Mayor Wheeler’s request, City Recorder Karen Spoonts noted the pending motion was moved by Clay Bearnson and seconded by Kevin Stine. 
 
Councilmember Bunn noted his goal is to find consensus and he preferred to submit the issue to the voters. Councilmember Bearnson spoke in support of the ordinance and a 3% tax on marijuana.  He also provided information regarding the OLCC process and the Council’s reactive versus proactive response. He recommended drafting our rules to coincide with the OLCC’s rules.  Councilmember Matthews questioned whether the Council should wait for the state’s decision and expressed his concern for public safety and the potential expense. Councilmember Zarosinski preferred to send the issue to the voters.  Councilmember Gordon noted he is in favor of medical marijuana, but is not ready to take the step to retail because of possible long-term effects on the body. He questioned if we could pass the ordinance without the retail stores. City Attorney Lori Cooper noted that the ordinance could be revised.
 
Motion #2: Amend the ordinance to delete all reference to retail sales.
Moved by: Dick Gordon                                                         Seconded by: Chris Corcoran
 
Deputy City Attorney Kevin McConnell stated that a revision could not be approved tonight as it would require a substantial zone text amendment from the Planning Department.  Councilmember Stine questioned if there would be a legal challenge if someone wanted to sell retail. Mr. McConnell stated after retail sales are licensed by the state, the City may see challenges. Council discussed the legal ramifications of allowing everything except retail.
 
Councilmember Bunn asked how the City could legally disallow retail marijuana sales.  Mr. McConnell responded that we currently utilize the Home Rule Federal Preemption and pursuant to HB 3400, communities may disallow items.  However, any revisions would require approval through a general election.
 
Motion #2 roll call:  Councilmembers Bearnson, Bunn, Corcoran, Gordon, Jackle, Matthews, Stine, and Zarosinski voting yes.
Motion carried and so ordered.
 
Councilmember Gordon sought clarification regarding whether staff would rewrite the ordinance in accordance with the amendment just passed.  Mayor Wheeler preferred the topic be submitted to voters in November.  He also informed that he may veto an ordinance approving retail sales.  He noted his position went back to our Strategic Plan regarding a safe community and because the Council had not addressed outdoor grows.  Council discussed taking the matter to voters.
 
Motion #1 roll call:  Councilmembers Bearnson, Bunn, Corcoran, Gordon, Matthews, Stine, and Zarosinski voting yes; Councilmember Jackle voting no.
Motion carried and so ordered.
        
Motion #3:  Direct staff to prepare an ordinance referring a marijuana retailer dispensary ban to the voters, consistent to statute.
Moved by:  Daniel Bunn                                             Seconded by:  Eli Matthews
 
Councilmember Jackle questioned why the Council didn’t wait on this issue; Councilmember Bunn believed that it may reduce the window for lawsuits. Mayor Wheeler noted the next Council meeting will be November 12.  He also reported that if he vetoes the matter, Council may hold a special meeting for the purpose of balloting on his veto.  If two-thirds of the members present during the meeting vote for such an ordinance, it will become immediately operative as if approved by the Mayor.
 
Motion #3 roll call:  Councilmembers Bearnson, Bunn, Corcoran, Gordon, Matthews, Stine, and Zarosinski voting yes; Councilmember Jackle voting no.
Motion carried and so ordered.
 
Item 60.2 continued from the noon meeting.
 
         60.2     COUNCIL BILL 2015-106 An ordinance amending the contract with Ogden Roemer Wilkerson Architecture pertaining to redesign services of Fire Station #2, #3, and #4 in an amount not to exceed $136,500.
 
Motion: Adopt the ordinance authorizing the approval of amendment #1 in an amount not to exceed $136,500 prorated to include only Fire Stations #2 and #4 to Ogden Roemer Wilkerson Architecture for redesign services of two fire stations.
Moved by:    Michael Zarosinski                                 Seconded by:  Clay Bearnson
 
Councilmember Zarosinski stated that we are not in a position to build all three fire stations at this time. Therefore, we should move forward with the two stations most likely to be built. Councilmember Bunn questioned whether the Council should continue with value engineering if only two stations move forward. Councilmember Corcoran reiterated that Council had told voters that three fire stations would be remodeled. 
 
Council discussed the motion, the expense of the fire station design services and whether or not to include the design of station #3 at this time.  Concerns were raised regarding the design standards changing between now and the time that station #3 could be built.
 
Roll call:  Councilmembers Bearnson, Bunn, Corcoran, Matthews, Stine, and Zarosinski voting yes; Councilmember Gordon and Jackle voting no.
Ordinance 2015-106 will be placed for a second reading.
        
120.  Public hearings
 
Out of sequence.
 
         120.2 COUNCIL BILL 2015-113 A resolution adopting the Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) pertaining to Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds for the 2014-15 program year.
 
                   Angela Durant, Parks and Recreation Grants Administrator, presented the staff report. Councilmember Jackle questioned whether the City should revise the Code to remove the Site Plan and Architectural Commission; Ms. Durant stated that we have. Councilmember Jackle also questioned the level of service; Mr. Crebbin noted that it does allow higher density and this will still be reviewed.
 
Public hearing opened.
No one spoke.
Public hearing closed.
 
Motion:  Approve the resolution adopt the City of Medford 2014-2015 the Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER).
Moved by:  Kevin Stine                                              Seconded by: Clay Bearnson
Roll call: Councilmembers Bearnson, Bunn, Corcoran, Gordon, Jackle, Matthews, Stine, and Zarosinski voting yes.
Resolution #2015-113 was duly adopted.
 
Mayor Wheeler declared recess at 9:30 p.m.
 
* * * * *
 
Council reconvened to the evening session at 9:38 p.m. with the same members present except Councilmember Corcoran, who left the meeting.
 
Back in sequence.
 
120.1 CONTINUED. Consideration of a proposed Comprehensive Plan/Urban Growth Boundary Amendment affecting the General Land Use Plan (GLUP) map, the Medford Street Functional Classification Plan of the Transportation Element, and portions of the text of both the Urbanization and GLUP Elements.
 
Councilmember Bunn recused himself and left the dais.
 
Assistant Planning Director Bianca Petrou presented the staff report and stated that 43 buildable acres were added to the urban growth area. She presented four options which were based on scoring and what homeowners requested. Councilmember Gordon questioned deed restrictions and asked how the City could ensure property owners would use the land as specified. Ms. Petrou stated that the upcoming study session will address that issue and requested direction for staff. Council questioned various areas that would like to be added to the urban growth boundary.
 
Motion:  Extend meeting to 10:20 p.m.   
Moved by:  Kevin Stine                                                      Seconded by:  Clay Bearnson
Roll call:  Councilmembers Bearnson, Gordon, Jackle, Matthews, Stine, and Zarosinski voting yes.
Motion carried and so ordered.
 
Ms. Petrou questioned if Council preferred a particular option presented. Affordable housing was discussed and whether or not the City could/should designate specific building options for population density, multiple use, etc. 
 
Councilmember Bunn joined Council at the dais.
 
130.  Ordinances and resolutions
         None.
 
140.  Council Business
Councilmember Bunn spoke regarding complaints he has received regarding residential marijuana grows. 
 
Motion:  Direct staff to prepare an ordinance prohibiting residential marijuana grows.
Moved by:  Daniel Bunn                                             Seconded by: Dick Gordon
Roll call:  Councilmembers Gordon, Jackle, Matthews, and Zarosinski voting yes; Councilmembers Bearnson and Stine voting no.
Motion carried and so ordered.
 
 
Mayor Wheeler outlined his concerns regarding residential marijuana grows and stated that it is a quality of life issue. Mr. McConnell noted the four plants per development requirement should be presented to Council for approval on November 12. Councilmember Gordon noted that Code Enforcement has received at least one complaint regarding marijuana odor.
 
Motion:  Extend the hour to 10:30 p.m.
Moved by:  Tim Jackle                                               Seconded by:  Daniel Bunn
Mayor Wheeler noted no objections from Councilmembers and extended the meeting without roll call.
 
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.
                     None.
                            
         160.2   Further remarks from Mayor and Councilmembers.
Councilmember Bearnson noted there are now recycle collection containers in the Medford Room and Council Chambers.
 
170.  Adjournment
There being no further business, this Council meeting adjourned at 10:30 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.
 
 
 
 
Karen M. Spoonts, MMC
City Recorder

 
 

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