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Minutes
Thursday, November 12, 2015

AGENDA 
November 12, 2015
12:00 Noon
Medford City Hall, Council Chambers
411 West Eighth Street, Medford, Oregon

  
10.    Roll Call
 
McLoughlin Students of the Month
 
20.    Approval or correction of the minutes of the October 15 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.
        
40.    Consent calendar
         40.1     COUNCIL BILL 2015-114 An ordinance authorizing execution of Amendment No. 1 to an Intergovernmental Agreement No. 28298 with the Oregon Department of Transportation for street improvements on Lozier Lane between West Stewart Avenue and West Main Street.
 
         40.2     COUNCIL BILL 2015-115 An ordinance authorizing execution of Amendment No. 1 to an Intergovernmental Agreement with Jackson County for street improvements on Lozier Lane between West Stewart Avenue and West Main Street.
 
50.    Items removed from consent calendar
 
60.    Ordinances and resolutions
         60.1     COUNCIL BILL 2015-106 SECOND READING. An ordinance amending the contract with Ogden Roemer Wilkerson Architecture pertaining to redesign services of Fire Stations #2, and #4 in an amount not to exceed $136,500.
 
         60.2     COUNCIL BILL 2015-116  An ordinance authorizing the execution of an agreement with the City of Medford and Medford Police Officers Association pertaining to salary, hours, fringe benefits, and other working conditions for July 1, 2015 through June 30, 2018.
 
         60.3     COUNCIL BILL 2015-117 Item pulled from agenda.
        
         60.4     COUNCIL BILL 2015-118 An ordinance awarding a contract in the amount of $329,484 with Carollo Engineers to develop a Sanitary Sewer Master Plan.
 
         60.5     COUNCIL BILL 2015-119   An ordinance replacing Sections 5.650 to 5.654 of the Medford Code pertaining to control of recreational and medical marijuana.
 
70.    Public Hearing
         70.1     CONTINUED. Consideration of a proposed Comprehensive Plan/Urban Growth Boundary Amendment affecting the General Land Use Plan map, the Medford Street Functional Classification Plan of the Transportation Element, and portions of the text of both the Urbanization and GLUP Elements.
 
80.    Council Business
              
90.    City Manager and other staff reports
         90.1     Capital Improvement Projects Update by Greg McKown
 
         90.2     Further reports from City Manager
 
100.  Propositions and remarks from the Mayor and Councilmembers
         100.1   Proclamations issued: None
                                                           
         100.2   Further Council committee reports
           
         100.3   Further remarks from Mayor and Councilmembers
 
110.  Adjournment
 
 
EVENING SESSION
 
The evening session has been canceled as there are no items for Council consideration.

            MINUTES
 November 12, 2015
12:00 Noon
                     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; Deputy City Attorney Kevin McConnell; City Recorder Karen Spoonts
 
*Arrived and/or left as noted.
 
McLoughlin Students of the Month
McLoughlin Assistant Principal Rick Parsagian introduced the students of the month.
 
20.    Approval or correction of the minutes of the October 15 regular meeting
         There being no additions or corrections, the minutes were approved as presented.
 
30.    Oral requests and communications from the audience
         None.
 
40.    Consent calendar
         40.1     COUNCIL BILL 2015-114 An ordinance authorizing execution of Amendment No. 1 to an Intergovernmental Agreement No. 28298 with the Oregon Department of Transportation for street improvements on Lozier Lane between West Stewart Avenue and West Main Street.
 
         40.2     COUNCIL BILL 2015-115 An ordinance authorizing execution of Amendment No. 1 to an Intergovernmental Agreement with Jackson County for street improvements on Lozier Lane between West Stewart Avenue and West Main Street.
 
Councilmember Gordon requested information on the Lozier Lane construction for a citizen who expressed safety concerns regarding walking the street. Public Works Director Cory Crebbin responded that a detour will be routed through Prune Street during the construction. The project is expected to be completed by the end of 2017. 
 
Motion:        Adopt the consent calendar.
Moved by:  Eli Matthews                                         Seconded by:  Clay Bearnson
Roll call:      Councilmembers Bearnson, Bunn, Corcoran, Gordon, Jackle, Matthews, Stine and Zarosinski voting yes.
Motion carried and Council bills 2015-114 and 2015-115 were duly adopted.
 
50.    Items removed from consent calendar
         None.
 
60.    Ordinances and resolutions
         60.1     COUNCIL BILL 2015-106 SECOND READING. An ordinance amending the contract with Ogden Roemer Wilkerson Architecture pertaining to redesign services of Fire Stations #2, and #4 in an amount not to exceed $136,500.
 
City Manager Pro Tem Bill Hoke noted a $7.15 million guaranteed maximum price for the construction of the two fire stations. The information will be sent to Council for review before the November 19 meeting. Mr. Hoke also requested additional assistance for the project manager.   Councilmember Bunn agreed that the Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP) and architecture contract be reviewed.
 
Motion:        Continue Council Bill 2015-106 to the November 19, 2015 meeting. 
Moved by:  Daniel Bunn                                          Seconded by:  Chris Corcoran
 
Councilmember Gordon questioned if Council would receive new budget figures for the GMP; Mr. Hoke stated he will forward all the information he has to Council.
 
Roll call:  Councilmembers Bearnson, Bunn, Corcoran, Gordon, Jackle, Matthews, Stine and Zarosinski voting yes.
Ordinance 2016-106 was duly adopted.
 
         60.2     COUNCIL BILL 2015-116  An ordinance authorizing the execution of an agreement with the City of Medford and Medford Police Officers Association pertaining to salary, hours, fringe benefits, and other working conditions for July 1, 2015 through June 30, 2018.
 
Motion:        Adopt the ordinance authorizing the execution of an agreement with the City of Medford and Medford Police Officers Association pertaining to salary, hours, fringe benefits, and other working conditions for July 1, 2015 through June 30, 2018.   
Moved by:  Clay Bearnson                                      Seconded by:  Daniel Bunn
Roll call:      Councilmembers Bearnson, Bunn, Corcoran, Gordon, Jackle, Matthews, Stine and Zarosinski voting yes.
Ordinance 2015-116 was duly adopted.
 
         60.3     COUNCIL BILL 2015-117 Item pulled from agenda.
 
Mr. Hoke noted that item 60.3 was regarding the transient lodging tax.  The item was removed because it did not meet the agenda deadline and was not ready to present to Council.
        
         60.4     COUNCIL BILL 2015-118 An ordinance awarding a contract in the amount of $329,484 with Carollo Engineers to develop a Sanitary Sewer Master Plan.
 
Mr. Crebbin provided a staff report noting the last plan was finalized in 2005 and didn’t include expansion areas or the Urban Growth Boundary (UGB).  At this time, the plan and actual use are not consistent. Councilmember Corcoran questioned if this expense was budgeted; Mr. Crebbin responded yes, but this contract is slightly more than the budgeted amount. Councilmember Gordon questioned the timeline, specifically if flow meters needed to be installed before December to monitor storm water; Mr. Crebbin noted that there are still areas that are not in great condition and there are issues with inflow and infiltration.
 
Councilmember Bunn questioned the inflow and infiltration, on a percentage basis, going to the treatment plant; Mr. Crebbin noted that in 1998, when Bear Creek flooded, it was about a factor of seven. This means one gallon of sewage for six gallons of storm water.  Because we have been fairly dry the last few years, it has not been an issue.
 
Motion:  Adopt the ordinance awarding a contract in the amount of $329,484 with Carollo Engineers to develop a Sanitary Sewer Master Plan.   
Moved by:  Clay Bearnson                                      Seconded by:  Michael Zarosinski
Roll call:  Councilmembers Bearnson, Bunn, Corcoran, Gordon, Jackle, Matthews, Stine and Zarosinski voting yes.
Ordinance 2015-118 was duly adopted.
 
         60.5     COUNCIL BILL 2015-119   An ordinance replacing Sections 5.650 to 5.654 of the Medford Code pertaining to control of recreational and medical marijuana.
 
Deputy City Attorney Kevin McConnell noted that there are two proposed ordinances before Council.  One prohibits outdoor grows of marijuana in residential areas and the second prohibits both indoor and outdoor grows of marijuana in residential areas.
 
Police Lieutenant Kevin Walruff, the Commander of the Medford Area Drug and Gang Team, presented a PowerPoint outlining various marijuana‑related crimes in Medford residential areas as well as Jackson County and the Medford Police Department’s marijuana-related caseload in general.
 
Slide 1 showed the marijuana-related caseload for Medford’s Police Department versus other agencies. It also showed the number of marijuana-related crime victims from 2011 through 2015 and noted that since 2012, the number of crimes reported had increased in marijuana-related cases.  However, in some cases the victims were also conducting illegal activities.
 
Slide 2 reported the number of burglaries, thefts, robberies and unauthorized entries into motor vehicles.
 
Slide 3 reported the number of cases by year handled by Medford’s Police Department and the outlying areas. Again, Medford was processing a larger number of crimes.
 
Lt. Walruff provided details of specific crimes in residential areas that involved threats made at gunpoint.
 
Councilmember Corcoran questioned if the crimes were compliant driven; Lt. Walruff noted victims or bystanders reported the crimes. Councilmember Bunn questioned if these types of crimes were under-reported more than other types of crimes; Lt. Walruff responded that they probably were under-reported, because sometimes the victims were conducting illegal activities as well.
 
Councilmember Bearnson stated that Medford is larger than the other cities and our size could explain the reason for more cases. Lt. Walruff also reported that during harvest season the number of crimes increased as well as the level of violence, as referred to in the individual cases he outlined.
 
Lt. Walruff clarified that Measure 91 allows the growing of recreational marijuana plants at residential dwellings and that House Bill 3400 removed the size-limitations on mature and immature plants.  The Bill changed the definition of mature plants to mean “flowering” and immature plants as those “non-flowering”. Lt. Walruff further explained that entire marijuana plants are being used for things like edibles and butane honey oil which can contain 50%‑90% THC, when in the past only the marijuana bud was utilized. These changes have increased the value of marijuana plants. In addition, Southern Oregon marijuana is desired and deemed to be good quality nationally, which increases the value.  Lt. Walruff noted marijuana from our area can cost as much as $2,500 to $3,500 per pound. This high value leads to criminal activity.
 
Mr. McConnell asked Lt. Walruff to explain his day-to-day duties for the City of Medford’s Police Department; Lt. Walruff responded that he supervises the Medford Area Drug and Gang Team which tracks gang activity and drug crimes in Southern Oregon, county-wide.  He has worked as part of the Medford Area Drug and Gang Enforcement Team since 2009 and has served as commander for more than two years.
 
Mr. McConnell questioned whether Lt. Walruff was familiar with Measure 91 which allowed individuals over the age of 21 to grow four marijuana plants per household; Lt. Walruff answered yes.  Mr. McConnell asked Lt. Walruff whether he believed instances of crime would increase or decrease based on Measure 91’s exemption; Lt. Walruff responded that he believed an increase in plants will lead to an increase in crime. 
 
Lt. Walruff provided an update on the 28 marijuana odor compliance cases received by the Police Department between September and November 1 of 2015.  There are five cases still open and no citations have been issued.  The closed cases were remedied through mediation. Councilmember Bearnson questioned the size of the gardens/number of plants leading to the odor complaints; Lt. Walruff did not have the information with him and was unsure of their size. He did note that if the gardens were larger than legally authorized, the cases would have been transferred out of the Code Enforcement Department. 
 
Councilmember Stine questioned the difference between theft, robbery and burglary. Lt. Walruff stated that theft is taking something without permission; robbery is taking something with force, and burglary is entry into a dwelling unlawfully. Councilmember Matthews questioned whether the Police Department had received cases during the past few years regarding indoor grows; Lt. Walruff responded yes, complaints received were regarding the selling of marijuana from indoor grows and various code enforcement issues.
 
Councilmember Corcoran asked whether Lt. Walruff was invited to participate on a statewide committee; Lt. Walruff stated that he has served on two committees pertaining to marijuana. One was a Legislative committee which discussed and provided information to Legislators during the creation of House Bill 3400 and the second was a committee created to assist with the compliance and licensing of marijuana through the Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC). The OLCC rules have been released to the voting committee, but he anticipates additional revisions to include more local control in some areas, specifically to producers. Councilmember Corcoran asked whether Lt. Walruff believed our ordinance went above, beyond or met the standards of House Bill 3400 in its intent. Lt. Walruff began to respond and Mr. McConnell interjected to explain that Medford’s Charter outlines the Home Rule Authority and Council’s authority to adopt ordinances to regulate the community’s health, safety and welfare.  Based on Lt. Walruff’s presentation, both of the ordinances would withstand a legal challenge.  In addition, he did not believe either one of the options would be pre-empted by state law either explicitly or implicitly.  He further explained that when a City ordinance is challenged as to whether it is pre-empted by state law, then the Legislative intent of the state law is reviewed.  Mr. McConnell read a portion of the purposes and intent of Measure 91 into the record:
 
(a) To eliminate the problems caused by the prohibition and uncontrolled manufacture, delivery, and possession of marijuana within this state;
 
(b) To protect the safety, welfare, health, and peace of the people of this state by prioritizing the state’s limited law enforcement resources in the most effective, consistent, and rational way;
 
(c) To permit persons licensed, controlled, regulated, and taxed by this state to legally manufacture and sell marijuana to persons 21 years of age and older, subject to the provisions of this Act;
 
Mr. McConnell then quoted the following provisions of the Act:
 
(a)  Prevent the distribution of marijuana to persons under 21 years of age;
 
(b)  Prevent revenue from the sale of marijuana from going to criminal enterprises, gangs and cartels;
 
(c)  Prevent the diversion of marijuana from this state to other states;
 
(e)  Prevent violence and the use of firearms in the cultivation and distribution of marijuana;
 
Mr. McConnell explained that Lt. Walruff’s presentation touched on many of these purposes and intents, especially the violence and use of firearms.  He noted that the purpose and intent of the City’s ordinance is consistent with the purposes and intent of Measure 91. Mr. McConnell stated the Oregon Medical Marijuana Act enabled Oregonians to use small amounts of marijuana without fear of civil or criminal penalties and allow patients to discuss marijuana with their doctors without fear of criminal or civil penalties.
 
Councilmember Bearnson questioned how much money would be needed to enforce these ordinances; Lt. Walruff was unsure, however a number of resources were currently dedicated to these types of crimes. Councilmember Bunn questioned if the proposed ordinances would be easier to enforce than the current, odor-based one; Lt. Walruff believed they would be.
 
Mayor Wheeler questioned the number of grows in our area; Lt. Walruff responded there are approximately 5,200 known grow areas in Jackson County and further explained that our climate was ideal for growing marijuana. Mayor Wheeler noted that with the large number of grows in our area it did not appear that residents would have a difficult time finding marijuana if it were unavailable in Medford.
 
Councilmember Corcoran clarified whether the criminal findings were complaint-driven; Lt. Walruff responded that for these victims it was, yes. Councilmember Bearnson asked whether the decrease in crime during the past several years was as a result of a decrease in crime or a decrease in the complaints received; Lt. Walruff did not have an answer.  Councilmember Bearnson asked whether the Police Department knew the total number of registered growers in Medford; Lt. Walruff responded that the information is limited, due to HIPAA requirements. However, the numbers for Jackson County are available.
 
Mr. McConnell clarified that Measure 91, which allowed four plants per household for authorized persons, was not a listed purpose or intent of the law; it is an exemption to the criminal laws of this state. 
 
Motion:  Adopt Version 2 of the ordinance amending of Sections 5.650 through 5.654 of the Medford Code pertaining to control of recreational and medical marijuana prohibiting the indoor and outdoor grows in residential areas.
Moved by:  Tim Jackle                                            Seconded by:  Daniel Bunn
 
Councilmember Jackle asked to incorporate all of Lt. Walruff’s findings as his own and make them part of the motion.  He requested adding additional findings and noted that he has received complaints about both indoor and outdoor grows.  Regarding outdoor grows, he received complaints that they are an odor-based nuisance.  Citizens have  complained that they are an attractive nuisance due to the sight of the marijuana plants themselves, the sight of the screening fences, the theft that Lt. Walruff has alluded to, excessive traffic, excessive deliveries/couriers, and that the increase in traffic has reduced the livability of neighborhoods. Councilmember Jackle also noted a conversation that he had with a local fire chief who reported that fires from indoor marijuana grows often contain things like netting, boarded up windows or other items which cause safety concerns for firefighters. In sparsely populated, rural-residential zones the homes were often left to burn to the ground due to safety issues for the firefighters.  Councilmember Jackle did not believe residential houses were equipped, on a fire code standpoint, to grow marijuana on a level that it has been grown at and they should not be allowed. 
 
Councilmember Bunn noted he will incorporate Councilmember Jackle’s findings.  He stated that he has received more complaints from citizens in his Ward regarding marijuana than any previous topic. Many of the complaints were regarding traffic and the impact on neighborhoods.  Mayor Wheeler expressed concern regarding the risk of fire in older homes with limited electrical systems and noted some outdoor growers were not good stewards of the land. Councilmember Bearnson stated he has had ex parte discussions regarding this issue, but it would not impact his decision.  He did not support this motion.  Councilmember Stine believed the City has only seen a handful of crimes pertaining to marijuana. Petty crime is a huge issue in this area and passing this ordinance would create a larger workload for police. Councilmember Jackle agreed with Mayor Wheeler and wanted to incorporate them into his findings. Council continued to discuss this issue.
 
Mr. McConnell reported that staff is preparing a couple of ordinances.  One is a Section 134 ban on marijuana retailers and a companion ordinance creating a 3% tax on marijuana.  If these were approved, the matters could go to ballot in November.
 
Roll call:  Councilmembers Bunn, Corcoran, Gordon, Jackle, Matthews, and Zarosinski voting yes; Councilmembers Bearnson and Stine voting no.
                     Motion goes to a second reading.
 
70.    Public Hearing
         70.1     CONTINUED. Consideration of a proposed Comprehensive Plan/Urban Growth Boundary Amendment affecting the General Land Use Plan map, the Medford Street Functional Classification Plan of the Transportation Element, and portions of the text of both the Urbanization and GLUP Elements.
 
Mayor Wheeler stated that we received another exhibit and would like to close the record; Mr. McConnell noted that he is familiar with this case and if Council would like to close the record, it can do so. Councilmember Jackle stated that he is aware of an upcoming meeting and would like to hold that meeting and the citizens to be allowed to respond. 
 
            * Councilmembers Corcoran and Bunn recused themselves and left the dais.
 
            * Councilmember Corcoran left the meeting.
 
Principal Planner John Adam presented information on the UGB amendment the updated agreements for MD-2 regarding a school site donation to make the agreements valid for 10 or 20 years, MD-5 East regarding using City land for a trail;  MD-5 West regarding the Manor property, an update should be provided next week, MD-7.
 
Councilmember Gordon questioned the parkland for MD-2 and noted that the property should be a donation and any park should meet City design standards as well as the property described in Exhibit FFFFF. 
 
            Councilmember Matthews left and returned to the dais.
 
Mr. Adam explained the four options for the distribution of 43 acres and requested Council’s direction. Councilmember Gordon suggested we wait and there were no objections to waiting.
 
Councilmember Bunn returned to the dais.
 
80.    Council Business
a.         Councilmember Bunn outlined a request from Councilmember Gordon regarding the landscape position on the Site Plan & Architectural Commission. 
 
Motion: Move to appointment Site Plan & Architectural Commissioner Jim Catt to the landscape position from the at-large position. 
Moved by:  Dick Gordon                                   Seconded by:  Eli Matthews
 
Councilmember Gordon noted that Mr. Catt does not have a landscaping license, then briefly outlined his landscape experience. Municipal Code Section 10.133(3) gives discretion and authority to Council to approve this appointment without a license.
 
Roll call:  Councilmembers Bearnson, Bunn, Gordon, Jackle, Matthews, Stine and Zarosinski voting yes.
Motion carried and so ordered.
 
         b.         Councilmember Bunn spoke regarding a work group pertaining to recreational facilities.  Councilmember Gordon had previously volunteered to serve with this group was authorized to serve.
 
         c.                                                                              Members of the Medford School District 549c Board and City Council have discussed safety issues regarding parking in the bike lanes in front of schools. Citizens are prohibited by state law from stopping/parking in the right-of-way and the School District is concerned because it creates a safety hazard for children crossing the street due to lack of visibility.
 
At some schools, it appears possible to have buses pick up students in front of the school and parents in the back. However, it may need a Legislative change because of blocking the right-of-way. Councilmember Zarosinski questioned whether Councilmember Bunn was referring to the right-of-way or the bike lane; Councilmember Bunn clarified he was referring to the travel lane and the change would allow busses to stop in the bike lane for approximately 30 minutes after school. Councilmember Gordon questioned whether this was actually an ORS versus an OAR revision.  Councilmember Bunn noted that the City’s Legal Department will look into the matter if Council did not object. No objections were received. 
 
Councilmember Bunn spoke regarding the city manager consultant hiring process. The Ad Hoc Committee recommended Waters & Company by a wide margin. Councilmember Bunn questioned how to proceed. Councilmember Zarosinski preferred a video conference. Councilmember Stine suggested a face-to-face meeting after the video conference.  Councilmember Gordon recommended inviting a professional to attend the interviews and help the Council with the process. Councilmember Bunn asked Mr. Hoke whether the intent to award was issued before or after interviews.
 
Motion:        Move to issue an intent to award to Waters & Company. This includes an interview prior to the final decision. 
Moved by:  Dick Gordon                                   Seconded by:  Kevin Stine
 
Councilmember Jackle expressed concern regarding the unknown cost and asked if the City would be able to change their minds after the intent to award was finalized; Mr. McConnell was not sure if a change was possible.
 
Councilmember Gordon withdrew his motion.
 
Motion:      Direct staff to schedule an interview via video conference with Waters & Company.
Moved by:                                                          Michael Zarosinski      Seconded by:  Dick Gordon
Roll call:    Councilmembers Bearnson, Bunn, Gordon, Jackle, Matthews, Stine, Zarosinski and Mayor Wheeler voting yes.
Motion carried and so ordered
 
         d.         Councilmember Bunn noted that Boards & Commissions interviews were next week.
 
90.    City Manager and other staff reports
         90.1     Capital Improvement Projects Update by Greg McKown
                     Facilities Manager Greg McKown was not in attendance due to illness. Mr. Hoke asked Council to forward any questions to him.
 
         90.2     Further reports from City Manager
                     Mr. Hoke brought forth multiple topics for Council consideration:
  • Mr. Hoke would like to rehire Police Chief Tim George for the month of December.
 
  • Begin discussions to rehire Deputy City Manager of Development Services Chris Reising for 1,039 hours during next 12 months.
 
  • Validate the employment of Legal Assistant Cassie Neahr. She was hired although it was unclear whether Mr. Hoke had the hiring authority after Council’s revision to the hiring policy for interim city managers.
 
  • Authorize the appointment of an interim Police Chief.
 
Mr. McConnell had reviewed the information regarding Ms. Neahr’s employment and stated he didn’t believe there was a problem validating her employment, but he did not think any error was made. 
 
Motion:      Authorize the City Manager Pro Tem Bill Hoke to hire back Police Chief Tim George and Deputy City Manager of Development Services Chris Reising on a contract basis, to ratify the hiring of Legal Assistant Cassie Neahr and to authorize appointment of an interim police chief. 
Moved by: Daniel Bunn                                     Seconded by:  Tim Jackle
Roll call:    Councilmembers Bearnson, Bunn, Gordon, Jackle, Matthews, Stine and Zarosinski voting yes.
Motion carried and so ordered.
 
100.  Propositions and remarks from the Mayor and Councilmembers
         100.1   Proclamations issued.
                     None.
                                                                                                           
         100.2   Further Council committee reports.
                     None.
     
         100.3   Further remarks from Mayor and Councilmembers.
                     None.
 
110.  Adjournment
Mayor Wheeler stated the evening meeting was cancelled. There being no further business, the Council meeting adjourned at 2:02 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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