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Minutes
Thursday, June 15, 2017

AGENDA
June 15, 2017

12:00 Noon and 7:00 p.m.
 Medford City Hall, Council Chambers
411 West 8th Street, Medford, Oregon
 
10.    Roll Call
 
Employee Recognition
 
20.    Approval or Correction of the Minutes of the June 1, 2017 Regular Meeting
 
30.    Oral Requests and Communications from the Audience
         Comments will be limited to 4 minutes per individual, group or organization.  PLEASE SIGN IN.
 
40.    Consent Calendar
        
50.    Items Removed from Consent Calendar
 
60.    Ordinances and Resolutions
         60.1     COUNCIL BILL 2017-55 A resolution adopting the tenth Supplemental Budget for the 2015‑17 biennium.
 
         60.2     COUNCIL BILL 2017-56 An ordinance making the annual ad valorem property tax levy of the City of Medford for fiscal year 2017-2018.
 
70.    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 4 minutes. PLEASE SIGN IN.
 
         70.1     COUNCIL BILL 2017-57 A resolution adopting the budget for the City of Medford for the biennium commencing July 1, 2017, and making appropriations thereunder.
 
         70.2     COUNCIL BILL 2017-58 A resolution certifying that the City of Medford is eligible to receive state-shared revenues and elects to receive state-shared revenues for fiscal year 2017-18.
 
60.    Ordinances and Resolutions (continued)
         60.3     COUNCIL BILL 2017-59 An ordinance authorizing the purchase of ten new police patrol vehicles in the total amount of $285,670 from Power Ford Lincoln of Newport, Oregon.
 
         60.4     COUNCIL BILL 2017-60 An ordinance authorizing exemption from competitive bidding and execution of a contract in the amount of $159,015 to Tiburon, Inc. for continued technical support and future software enhancements.
 
         60.5     COUNCIL BILL 2017-61 An ordinance authorizing execution of a contract in an amount of $661,413.21 with Emergency Communications of Southern Oregon to provide fire dispatch services for fiscal year 2017-18.
 
         60.6     COUNCIL BILL 2017-62  An ordinance authorizing execution of a contract in an amount of $1,367,498.39 with Emergency Communications of Southern Oregon to provide police dispatch services for fiscal year 2017-18.
 
         60.7     COUNCIL BILL 2017-63 An ordinance authorizing execution of an agreement with the University of Oregon and the Pacific Northwest Seismic Network (PNSN) to allow access to the Roxy Ann Radio Equipment Structure for the installation of seismic recording equipment.
 
         60.8     COUNCIL BILL 2017-64 An ordinance awarding a contract in an amount of $782,324.13 to Oregon Mainline Paving for construction of two traffic signals located at the intersections of S. Oakdale Avenue and W. Main Street and S. Oakdale Avenue and W. 8th Street.
 
         60.9     COUNCIL BILL 2017-65 An ordinance authorizing execution of a contract in an amount not to exceed $95,000 with Rogue Valley Community Television to provide cable casting services through June 30, 2018.
 
         60.10   COUNCIL BILL 2017-66 An ordinance authorizing execution of an Intergovernmental Agreement with the Medford Water Commission for departmental charges.
 
80.    Council Business
             
90.    City Manager and Other Staff Reports
         90.1     Destination Marketing Organization
 
         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 to the Evening Session
 
 
EVENING SESSION
7:00 P.M.
Roll Call
 
120.  Oral Requests and Communications from the Audience
         Comments will be limited to 4 minutes per individual, group or organization.  PLEASE SIGN IN.
 
 
130.  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 4 minutes. PLEASE SIGN IN.
 
         130.1 CONTINUED – Consideration of an appeal of an administrative decision regarding the sidewalk and curb ramp fronting Wolf Run and Eagle Trace.
 
         130.2 Consideration of an appeal of the City Recorder’s administrative decision regarding a Taxi Driver’s ID card.
 
         130.3 COUNCIL BILL 2017-67  An ordinance amending section 10.840 of the Medford Code pertaining to mobile food truck vendors.  DCA-17-007 (Land Use, Legislative)
 
         130.4 COUNCIL BILL 2017-68 A resolution approving the construction of street improvements on Foothill Road between Hillcrest Road and East McAndrews, as part of Foothill Road Improvement Project. TF-17-012 (Land Use, Quasi-Judicial)
 
         130.5 COUNCIL BILL 2017-69 An ordinance amending sections 3.811, 3.815, 3.834, 3.835, 3.839, 3.840, 3.890 and 3.891 of the Medford Code pertaining to System Development Charges.
 
140.  Ordinances and Resolutions
        
150.  Council Business
 
160.  Further Reports from the City Manager and Staff
 
170.  Propositions and Remarks from the Mayor and Councilmembers
         170.1   Further Council committee reports
                            
         170.2   Further remarks from Mayor and Councilmembers
 
180.  Adjournment
 
 
 MINUTES
June 15, 2017

12:00 Noon and 7:00 p.m.
 Medford City Hall, Council Chambers
411 West 8th Street, Medford, Oregon


The regular meeting of the Medford City Council was called to order at 12:00 noon in the Medford City Hall Council Chambers on the above date with the following members and staff present:
 
Mayor Gary Wheeler; Councilmembers Clay Bearnson, Kay Brooks, Tim D’Alessandro, Dick Gordon, Tim Jackle, Kevin Stine, Kim Wallan, Michael Zarosinski
 
City Manager Brian Sjothun; Deputy City Manager Kelly Madding; City Attorney Lori Cooper; City Recorder Karen Spoonts
 
Employee Recognition
Retirement plaques were presented to Fire Captain Dale Mawhirter and Parks Planner Pete Young.
 
20.    Approval or Correction of the Minutes of the June 1, 2017 Regular Meeting
         There being no additions or corrections, the minutes were approved as presented.
 
30.    Oral Requests and Communications from the Audience
         30.1     Eli Matthews, Sr. Vice President of Travel Medford, was thankful for the agreement between the City of Medford and Travel Medford and requested Council support the agreement.
 
         30.2     Brad Niva, Travel Southern Oregon, supported the Travel Medford agreement.
 
         30.3     David Wright, Chair of the Board of Directors of Travel Medford, supported the Travel Medford agreement.
 
         30.4     D. Lorin Jacobs, former Medford Mayor and Councilmember and now volunteers at the Visitor Center, supported the Travel Medford agreement.
 
40.    Consent Calendar
         None.
        
50.    Items Removed from Consent Calendar
         None.
 
60.    Ordinances and Resolutions
         60.1     COUNCIL BILL 2017-55 A resolution adopting the tenth Supplemental Budget for the 2015‑17 biennium.
 
                     Finance Director Alison Chan presented the staff report.
 
MotionApprove the resolution.
Moved byKevin Stine                                                     Seconded by: Kim Wallan 
Roll callCouncilmembers Brooks, D’Alessandro, Gordon, Jackle, Stine, Wallan, and Zarosinski voting yes; Councilmember Bearnson abstained.
Resolution 2017-55 was duly adopted.
 
         60.2     COUNCIL BILL 2017-56 An ordinance making the annual ad valorem property tax levy of the City of Medford for fiscal year 2017-2018.
 
MotionAdopt the ordinance.
Moved byKevin Stine                                                     Seconded by: Tim D’Alessandro 
Roll callCouncilmembers Bearnson, Brooks, D’Alessandro, Gordon, Jackle, Stine, Wallan, and Zarosinski voting yes.
Ordinance 2017-56 was duly adopted.
 
70.    Public Hearings
         70.1     COUNCIL BILL 2017-57 A resolution adopting the budget for the City of Medford for the biennium commencing July 1, 2017, and making appropriations thereunder.
 
                     Ms. Chan presented the staff report.
 
Public hearing opened.
        
         No one spoke.
 
Public hearing closed.
 
MotionApprove the resolution.
Moved byTim D’Alessandro                                           Seconded by:  Kevin Stine
 
Councilmember Bearnson abstained, because he didn’t attend all budget meetings.
 
Roll callCouncilmembers Brooks, D’Alessandro, Gordon, Jackle, Stine, Wallan, and Zarosinski voting yes; Councilmember Bearnson abstained.
Resolution 2017-67 was duly adopted.
 
         70.2     COUNCIL BILL 2017-58 A resolution certifying that the City of Medford is eligible to receive state-shared revenues and elects to receive state-shared revenues for fiscal year 2017-18.
 
Public hearing opened.
 
         No one spoke.
 
Public hearing closed.
 
MotionApprove the resolution.
Moved byKim Wallan                                                     Seconded by:  Kevin Stine
Roll callCouncilmembers Bearnson, Brooks, D’Alessandro, Gordon, Jackle, Stine, Wallan, and Zarosinski voting yes.
Resolution 2017-58 was duly adopted.
 
Out of sequence
 
90.    City Manager and Other Staff Reports
         90.1     Destination Marketing Organization
 
MotionDirect staff to open an RFP [request for proposals] for a destination marketing organization.
Moved byKevin Stine                                                     Seconded by: Clay Bearnson
 
Council discussed the process for an RFP, why/when to do them, and performance measures.
 
Roll callCouncilmembers Bearnson, Brooks and Stine voting yes; Councilmembers D’Alessandro, Gordon, Jackle, Wallan, and Zarosinski voting no.
Motion failed.
 
MotionRenew the Travel Medford agreement.
Moved byKim Wallan                                                     Seconded by: Dick Gordon
 
Councilmember Wallan clarified the motion’s intention is to draft an agreement for Council approval. City Manager Brian Sjothun recommended two or three Councilmembers, as well as Ms. Chan, City Attorney Lori Cooper and himself work with Travel Medford to create a draft agreement.
 
Amended MotionAmend motion to appoint Councilmembers Wallan, D'Alessandro and Bearnson to negotiate a revised contract to bring back to Council for approval.
Moved byTim Jackle                                                      Seconded by: Kevin Stine
 
Councilmember Gordon declined the nomination to assist with contract negotiations. Councilmember Zarosinski clarified that Councilmembers would work with City staff to create a new contract with Travel Medford.
 
Amended motion roll callCouncilmembers Bearnson, D’Alessandro, Gordon, Jackle, Stine, Wallan, and Zarosinski voting yes; Councilmember Brooks voting no.
Motion carried and so ordered.
 
Roll call on main motion: Councilmembers, D’Alessandro, Gordon, Jackle, Wallan, and Zarosinski voting yes; Councilmembers Bearnson, Brooks and Stine voting no.
Motion carried and so ordered.
 
Back in sequence.
 
Mayor Wheeler declared a recess at 1:21 p.m.
 
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Council reconvened to the noon session at 1:30 p.m. with the same persons present.
 
60.    Ordinances and Resolutions (continued)
         60.3     COUNCIL BILL 2017-59 An ordinance authorizing the purchase of ten new police patrol vehicles in the total amount of $285,670 from Power Ford Lincoln of Newport, Oregon.
 
                     Police Chief Randy Sparacino presented the staff report; Police Lieutenant Phil Eastman explained the bidding process.
 
MotionAdopt the ordinance.
Moved byTim D’Alessandro                                           Seconded by:  Kevin Stine
Roll callCouncilmembers Bearnson, Brooks, D’Alessandro, Gordon, Jackle, Stine, Wallan, and Zarosinski voting yes.
Ordinance 2017-59 was duly adopted.
 
         60.4     COUNCIL BILL 2017-60 An ordinance authorizing exemption from competitive bidding and execution of a contract in the amount of $159,015 to Tiburon, Inc. for continued technical support and future software enhancements.
                    
MotionAdopt the ordinance.
Moved byKevin Stine                                                     Seconded by: Clay Bearnson
Roll callCouncilmembers Bearnson, Brooks, D’Alessandro, Gordon, Jackle, Stine, Wallan, and Zarosinski voting yes.
Ordinance 2017-60 was duly adopted.
 
         60.5     COUNCIL BILL 2017-61 An ordinance authorizing execution of a contract in an amount of $661,413.21 with Emergency Communications of Southern Oregon to provide fire dispatch services for fiscal year 2017-18.
 
                     Mr. Sjothun noted discussion regarding a service district will occur next fiscal year.
 
MotionAdopt the ordinance.
Moved byKevin Stine                                                     Seconded by: Kay Brooks
Roll callCouncilmembers Bearnson, Brooks, D’Alessandro, Gordon, Jackle, Stine, Wallan, and Zarosinski voting yes.
Ordinance 2017-61 was duly adopted.
 
         60.6     COUNCIL BILL 2017-62  An ordinance authorizing execution of a contract in an amount of $1,367,498.39 with Emergency Communications of Southern Oregon to provide police dispatch services for fiscal year 2017-18.
 
MotionAdopt the ordinance.
Moved byKevin Stine                                                     Seconded by:  Tim D’Alessandro
Roll callCouncilmembers Bearnson, Brooks, D’Alessandro, Gordon, Jackle, Stine, Wallan, and Zarosinski voting yes.
Ordinance 2017-62 was duly adopted.
 
         60.7     COUNCIL BILL 2017-63 An ordinance authorizing execution of an agreement with the University of Oregon and the Pacific Northwest Seismic Network (PNSN) to allow access to the Roxy Ann Radio Equipment Structure for the installation of seismic recording equipment.
 
                     Fire Chief Brian Fish presented the staff report. Southern Oregon University Professor Eric Dittmer explained why the monitors are needed for this area.
 
MotionAdopt the ordinance.
Moved by: Clay Bearnson                                                 Seconded by: Kay Brooks 
Roll callCouncilmembers Bearnson, Brooks, D’Alessandro, Gordon, Jackle, Stine, Wallan, and Zarosinski voting yes.
Ordinance 2017-63 was duly adopted.
 
         60.8     COUNCIL BILL 2017-64 An ordinance awarding a contract in an amount of $782,324.13 to Oregon Mainline Paving for construction of two traffic signals located at the intersections of S. Oakdale Avenue and W. Main Street and S. Oakdale Avenue and W. 8th Street.
 
                     Public Works Director Cory Crebbin presented the staff report.
 
MotionAdopt the ordinance.
Moved byClay Bearnson                                                Seconded by:  Michael Zarosinski
Roll callCouncilmembers Bearnson, Brooks, D’Alessandro, Gordon, Jackle, Stine, Wallan, and Zarosinski voting yes.
Ordinance 2017-64 was duly adopted.
 
         60.9     COUNCIL BILL 2017-65 An ordinance authorizing execution of a contract in an amount not to exceed $95,000 with Rogue Valley Community Television to provide cable casting services through June 30, 2018.
 
MotionAdopt the ordinance.
Moved byKevin Stine                                                     Seconded by: Clay Bearnson
 
Councilmember Stine requested information on Rogue Valley Community Television’s services.
 
Roll callCouncilmembers Bearnson, Brooks, D’Alessandro, Gordon, Jackle, Stine, Wallan, and Zarosinski voting yes.
Ordinance 2017-65 was duly adopted.
 
         60.10   COUNCIL BILL 2017-66 An ordinance authorizing execution of an Intergovernmental Agreement with the Medford Water Commission for departmental charges.
 
                     Deputy City Manager Kelly Madding presented a staff report. Councilmembers Gordon, Wallan and Brooks recommended including the utility fees on the water billings, as done previously.
 
MotionAdopt the ordinance.
Moved byClay Bearnson                                                Seconded by:  Dick Gordon
Roll callCouncilmembers Bearnson, Brooks, D’Alessandro, Gordon, Jackle, Stine, Wallan, and Zarosinski voting yes.
Ordinance 2017-66 was duly adopted.
 
80.    Council Business
         None.
 
90.    City Manager and Other Staff Reports
         90.2     Further reports from City Manager
a.   Mr. Sjothun noted that Community Relations Coordinator Kristina Johnsen will create a standardized media protocol for staff and Council.       
 
100.  Propositions and Remarks from the Mayor and Councilmembers
         100.1   Proclamations issued: None     
 
         100.2   Further Council committee reports
a.   Councilmember Gordon attended a TRADCO meeting and noted the state’s transportation package may not pass. 
 
b.   Councilmember Gordon noted the Medford International Airport has reported $30 million in capital in the next couple years.
 
c.   Councilmember Gordon stated Costco is expected to open in Central Point before November 1, 2017.
 
d.   Councilmember Gordon congratulated RVTD for being named the Oregon Transit System of the Year; a nationwide accomplishment.
 
e.   Councilmember Wallan attended the SOREDI meeting; Pacific Power pledged not to raise their rates during the next three years; smart meters will be installed during 2018.
 
f.    Councilmember Wallan stated the Cemetery Commission was cancelled this week.
 
g.   Councilmember Wallan attended the Chamber Forum; Jackson County Administrator Danny Jordan gave the State of the County address and reported the County’s excellent financial condition.
 
         100.3   Further remarks from Mayor and Councilmembers
a.   Mayor Wheeler noted Medford Cruise is this weekend.
 
b.   There is an Medford Urban Renewal Board meeting tonight at 6 p.m.
 
c.   Councilmember Zarosinski stated the transportation package and the new car privilege tax were discussed at the state and local Metropolitan Planning Organization meetings.
 
110.  Adjournment to the Evening Session
         Council adjourned to the evening session at 2:01 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 Medford City Hall Council Chambers on the above date with the following members and staff present:
 
Mayor Gary Wheeler; Councilmembers Clay Bearnson, Kay Brooks, Tim D’Alessandro*, Dick Gordon, Tim Jackle, Kevin Stine, Kim Wallan, Michael Zarosinski
 
City Manager Pro Tem Alison Chan; City Attorney Lori Cooper; City Recorder Karen Spoonts
 
*Left and returned as noted.
 
120.  Oral Requests and Communications from the Audience
         None.
        
130.  Public Hearings
130.1   CONTINUED – Consideration of an appeal of an administrative decision regarding the sidewalk and curb ramp fronting Wolf Run and Eagle Trace.
 
            City Attorney Lori Cooper received a letter from Dr. David Young stating that a quitclaim deed was signed in February of this year transferring the property to the Homeowner’s Association. Dr. Young is the contact person on the Homeowner’s Association and all notices were sent to Dr. Young as the owner of record at the time the notices were sent.  
 
            Public Works staff stated the County records indicate Dr. Young is the property owner.
 
            Public Works Director Cory Crebbin presented the staff report and recommended denying the appeal. 
 
Public hearing opened.
 
            Iraj Ostovar, Box 305, Ashland, provided the timeline for the sale of the properties, a copy of the Homeowner’s Association ownership information, and the names of the current officers.
 
            Senior Assistant City Attorney Eric Mitton stated David Young is the registered agent of the corporation and has been since 2016.
 
            Mark Knouff, Box 3026, Central Point, stated the homeowner’s association has yet to be finalized.
 
            Ms. Cooper recommended staff issue new notice to the homeowner’s association contacts listed with the Secretary of State’s Office.
 
                     Public hearing was not closed.
 
MotionTable the appeal.
Moved byTim Jackle                                                      Seconded by:  Tim D’Alessandro
Roll callCouncilmembers Bearnson, Brooks, D’Alessandro, Gordon, Jackle, Stine, Wallan, and Zarosinski voting yes.
Motion carried and so ordered.
 
         130.2   Consideration of an appeal of the City Recorder’s administrative decision regarding a Taxi Driver’s ID card.
 
        Mr. Mitton presented the staff report; Police Sergeant Don Lane presented the Police report noting there have not been additional parole violations since Ray Robinson’s last conviction in 2016.
 
         Public hearing opened.
 
Ray Robinson, 525 Mace Road, provided background information:
  • Conviction occurred after an incident with his son
  • Taxi driving is one of only a few jobs he is physically capable of working
  • Probation violations occurred after he violated a no contact order with his wife
  • His son had an addiction issue
  • He had an alcohol issue which he has resolved through treatment
 
                     Bradley Green, owner of Tic Toc Taxi, stated how good of an employee Mr. Robinson is. He stated Mr. Robinson has driven for him for years and has never received a complaint.
 
                     Clay Bearnson, owner of a downtown bar, provided a character reference for Mr. Robinson, noting Mr. Robinson and Tic Toc Taxi are at the top of his bar’s call list. 
 
         Public hearing closed.
 
MotionReverse the administration decision of the City Recorder.
Moved by: Kevin Stine                                                      Seconded by: Clay Bearnson 
Roll callCouncilmembers Bearnson, Brooks, D’Alessandro, Gordon, Jackle, Stine, Wallan, and Zarosinski voting yes.
Motion carried and so ordered.
 
         130.3 COUNCIL BILL 2017-67  An ordinance amending section 10.840 of the Medford Code pertaining to mobile food truck vendors.  DCA-17-007 (Land Use, Legislative)
 
                   Principal Planner Carla Paladino presented the staff report and recommended Council approve the ordinance.  The proposed changes and the hours of service were discussed.
 
                   Councilmember Bearnson recommended adding language for parking in the public right‑of‑way between the hours of 10 p.m. and 2 a.m.
 
         Public hearing opened.
 
                   No one spoke.
 
         Public hearing closed.
 
MotionAdopt the ordinance.
Moved byClay Bearnson                                                Seconded by: Kay Brooks 
Roll callCouncilmembers Bearnson, Brooks, D’Alessandro, Gordon, Jackle, Stine, Wallan, and Zarosinski voting yes.
Ordinance 2017-67 was duly adopted.
 
*Councilmember D’Alessandro left the dais.
 
         130.4 COUNCIL BILL 2017-68 A resolution approving the construction of street improvements on Foothill Road between Hillcrest Road and East McAndrews, as part of Foothill Road Improvement Project. TF-17-012 (Land Use, Quasi-Judicial)
 
                   Ms. Paladino presented the staff report, noting the driveway and fencing will be negotiated after the resolution is approved.
                  
*Councilmember D’Alessandro returned to the dais.
                  
                   Also discussed was a 20-year plan for this road and potential future traffic items.
 
Mayor Wheeler declared a recess at 8:36 p.m.
 
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The meeting reconvened to the evening session at 8:50 p.m. with the same persons present.
 
         Public hearing opened.
 
Councilmember Jackle stated he has a conflict and will abstain from this matter.
 
                   Public Works Director Cory Crebbin presented the staff report and clarified the purpose was to approve the Transportation System Plan for Foothill Road Improvement Project.  The 45 mile per hour speed limit and the ability to develop the affected land were discussed. 
 
Rick Pies, 1618 N. Foothill Road, spoke regarding a barrier wall in front of his property, the speed limit, access to his property and roadway islands on North Phoenix Road.
 
Mark Miller, 1604 N. Foothill Road, voiced concerns regarding the impact to his property.
 
Karen Allan, 2895 Hillcrest Road, voiced concerns regarding access to her property.
 
Emily Mostue, Rocky Knoll LLC, voiced concerns regarding access to both sides of her property.
 
Stuart Allan, 2895 Hillcrest Road, voiced concerns regarding the trees along Foothill Road. He will speak to the Tree Committee about preserving the trees.
 
Laurence Rubenstein, 801 N. Foothill Road, voiced concerns regarding the median.
 
Mike Montero, Cogswell Ltd Partnership, voiced concerns regarding the challenges of this project, including safety.
 
Bill and Gwyn Reen, 1570 N. Foothill Road, voiced concerns regarding their parking area, well, and driveway access.    
 
Mr. Crebbin presented clarification on several questions presented, such as a U-turn for the three properties who requested it, trees, and noise study.
 
Motion:       Continue meeting to 10:30 p.m.
Moved by: Kevin Stine                                                      Seconded by:  Michael Zarosinski
Roll callCouncilmembers Bearnson, Brooks, D’Alessandro, Gordon, Jackle, Stine, and Zarosinski voting yes; Councilmember Wallan voting no.
Motion carried and so ordered.
Council discussed continuing this topic and requested a list of all concerns presented during this hearing.  This item will be continued to the next meeting.
 
         Public hearing was not closed.
 
MotionContinue public hearing to July 6, 2017 meeting.
Moved by: Clay Bearnson                                                 Seconded by:  Kim Wallan
Roll callCouncilmembers Bearnson, Brooks, D’Alessandro, Gordon, Stine, Wallan, and Zarosinski voting yes; Councilmember Jackle abstaining.
Motion carried and so ordered.
 
         130.5 COUNCIL BILL 2017-69 An ordinance amending sections 3.811, 3.815, 3.834, 3.835, 3.839, 3.840, 3.890 and 3.891 of the Medford Code pertaining to System Development Charges.
 
                   Mr. Crebbin presented the staff report.
 
         Public hearing opened.
 
                   No one spoke.
 
         Public hearing closed.
 
MotionAdopt the ordinance.
Moved byTim Jackle                                                      Seconded by:  Kevin Stine
Roll callCouncilmembers Bearnson, D’Alessandro,  Jackle, Stine, Wallan, and Zarosinski voting yes; Councilmembers Brooks and Gordon voting no.
Ordinance 2017-69 will be placed for a second reading.
 
MotionReconsider the vote.
Moved byKay Brooks                                                     Seconded by:  Dick Gordon
Roll callCouncilmembers Bearnson, Brooks, D’Alessandro, Gordon, Jackle, Stine, Wallan, and Zarosinski voting yes.
Motion carried and so ordered.
 
Reconsideration - second roll call on motion to adopt Ordinance 2017-69Councilmembers Bearnson, Brooks, D’Alessandro, Jackle, Stine, Wallan, and Zarosinski voting yes; Councilmember Gordon voting no.
Ordinance 2017-69 was duly adopted.
 
140.  Ordinances and Resolutions
         None.
 
150.  Council Business
None.
 
160.  Further Reports from the City Manager and Staff
         None.
 
 
170.  Propositions and Remarks from the Mayor and Councilmembers
         170.1   Further Council committee reports:  None.
                            
         170.2   Further remarks from Mayor and Councilmembers
Mayor Wheeler appointed Gabrielle Taylor to the Mayor’s Youth Advisory Committee.
 
180.  Adjournment
         There being no further business, this Council meeting adjourned at 10:31 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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