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Thursday, April 19, 2018

AGENDA
April 19, 2018

 6:00 p.m.
 Medford City Hall, Council Chambers
411 West 8th Street, Medford, Oregon
 
10.    Roll Call
 
20.    Recognitions, Community Group Reports
 
30.    Oral Requests and Communications from the Audience
         Comments will be limited to 4 minutes per individual, group or organization.  PLEASE SIGN IN.
 
         30.1     OSHA SHARPS Award for Water Reclamation Division
 
40.    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.
 
40.1     A public hearing to consider a lease with one of the two non-profit organizations that responded to the Solicitation of Interest for the lease of the Carnegie Building located at 413 W. Main Street.
 
         40.2     COUNCIL BILL 2018-29 – RESET FROM APRIL 5, 2018 - An ordinance approving a minor amendment to the General Land Use Plan (GLUP) Map of the Medford Comprehensive Plan by changing the land use designation of 3 acres located at 503 Airport Road from General Industrial (GI) to Commercial (CM). (CP-17-154) Land Use, Quasi-Judicial
 
         40.3     COUNCIL BILL 2018-32 An ordinance amending sections 4.405, 4.718, 4.761, 4.807, and 4.1200 of the Medford Municipal Code pertaining to Sanitary Sewer, Storm Drain, and Street Utility fees.
 
         40.4     COUNCIL BILL 2018-33 An ordinance making certain determinations and findings relating to and approving the Medford City Center Revitalization Plan Substantial Amendment No. 6 and directing that notice of approval be published.
 
50.    Approval or Correction of the Minutes of the March 15, 2018 Regular Meeting (Note: there were no minutes for April 5 as there was no quorum)
 
60.    Consent Calendar
         60.1     COUNCIL BILL 2018-31 – RESET FROM APRIL 5, 2018 - An ordinance authorizing an Agreement with the Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development (DLCD) accepting a $40,000 technical assistance grant for the hiring of a consultant to assist in code amendments and economic incentive programs identified by the Housing Advisory Committee.
 
         60.2     COUNCIL BILL 2018-34 An ordinance awarding a contract in an amount of $137,390.00 to JRT Construction LLC to perform storm drain improvements on Hillcrest Road between Mariposa Terrace and McAndrews Road.
 
         60.3     COUNCIL BILL 2018-35 An ordinance awarding a contract in an amount of $858,430.00 to Knife River Materials to perform asphalt overlays on various city streets.
 
         60.4     COUNCIL BILL 2018-36 An ordinance awarding a contract in an amount of $219,505.47 to Peterson Power Systems, Inc. to perform the Cogeneration Engine Rebuild and Overhaul at the Regional Water Reclamation Facility.
 
         60.5     COUNCIL BILL 2018-37 An ordinance authorizing the execution of an Agreement granting Neighborhood Stabilization Program 1 funds in the amount of $223,051.00 to Rogue Valley Habitat for Humanity for acquisition and rehabilitation of a foreclosed home at 2516 Gould Avenue in the City of Medford.
 
         60.6     COUNCIL BILL 2018-38 An ordinance authorizing the execution of an Agreement granting Neighborhood Stabilization Program 1 funds in the amount of $235,000.00 to Rogue Valley Habitat for Humanity for acquisition and rehabilitation of a foreclosed home at 915 Newtown Street in the City of Medford.
 
         60.7     COUNCIL BILL 2018-39 An ordinance approving Change Order #3 to a contract with Roxy Ann Rock, Inc. for installation of concrete bench slabs in various City parks, in the amount of $9,736.60, bringing the total value of the contract to $103,774.75.
 
70.    Items Removed from Consent Calendar
 
80.    Ordinances and Resolutions
         80.1     COUNCIL BILL 2018-30 – RESET FROM APRIL 5, 2018 - A resolution adopting a recommendation from the Parks and Recreation Commission to change the name of the playground located at Bear Creek Park to The Olsrud Family Community Playground in honor of the Olsrud family.
 
         80.2     COUNCIL BILL 2018-14 – RESET FROM APRIL 5, 2018 - SECOND READING – An ordinance vacating an approximately 25 foot wide strip of public right-of-way, being a portion of Evergreen Street, running north-south from West Third Street to West Fourth Street, 300 feet in length. (SV-17-106)
        
90.    Council Business
         90.1     Proclamations issued:
                        Arbor Month – April 2018
                        Fair Housing Month – April 2018
                        Water Conservation Month – April 2018
                        Administrative Professionals Day – April 25, 2018
 
         90.2     Social Media Policy
 
         90.3     Committee Reports and Communications
 
100.  City Manager and Staff Reports
         100.1   Livability Team
 
         100.2   Past due Parking Tickets – Kelly Madding
 
         100.3   Further reports from City Manager
 
110.  Adjournment

MINUTES
April 19, 2018

 6:00 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 6:00 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 (arrived at 6:15 p.m.), 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; Deputy City Recorder Winnie Shepard
 
20.    Recognitions, Community Group Reports
         None.
 
30.    Oral Requests and Communications from the Audience
         Comments will be limited to 4 minutes per individual, group or organization.  PLEASE SIGN IN.
 
         30.1     OSHA SHARPS Award for Water Reclamation Division
                     Lenny Reierson presented the SHARP award to Water Reclamation Division staff.
 
Out of sequence.
 
         90.1     Proclamations issued:
Sherm and Wanda Olsrud Day – April 20, 2018.  Mayor Wheeler read the proclamation into the record; Former Mayor Al Densmore received the proclamation on behalf of the Olsruds and thanked the Mayor and Council.
 
Back in sequence.
 
         30.2     Danny Jordan, Jackson County Administrator, commented on a recent newspaper article regarding the area’s homelessness. He outlined the various projects and funding provided by the County and stated the County is very interested in engaging with Medford and other cities to find solutions.
 
                     City Manager Brian Sjothun and multiple Councilmembers appreciated Mr. Jordan’s input and the County’s interest in assisting with the issue. Mr. Sjothun also recommended meeting to prevent duplication of services. 
 
         30.3     Bob Strosser, Jackson County Commissioner, noted he had sent his concerns to the Mayor and City Manager regarding homelessness.  He also clarified his willingness to work with the City.
 
Mayor Wheeler explained that coordination and communication can be difficult, but continuing to bring efforts together will benefit everyone.
 
         30.4     Nancy Capobianco, Medford, spoke about homelessness and hoped the City and county could work together for a solution. 
 
         30.5     Melanie Garcia, Medford, spoke about her efforts in providing food and services to the homeless.
 
         30.6     Ana Garcia, Medford, spoke about her efforts to help the homeless.
 
         30.7     Bob Shand, Medford, thanked Councilmember Gordon for returning his phone call and Councilmembers Stine and Wallan for their recent conversations.  He wanted to comment on Agenda Item 80.2, but that public hearing was closed at the March 15, 2018 meeting.  Mr. Shand noted various areas of broken sidewalks within Medford.
 
         30.8     Melissa Mayne, Medford, Compassion Highway. She explained her organization assists the homeless.  She requested collaboration with the City and her organization.
 
40.    Public Hearings
40.1     A public hearing to consider a lease with one of the two non-profit organizations that responded to the Solicitation of Interest for the lease of the Carnegie Building located at 413 W. Main Street.
 
            Deputy City Manager Kelly Madding provided a staff report explaining the history of leasing the Carnegie Building and noted that Kid Time and Southern Oregon Historical Society (SOHS) were both interested. The building needs a roof reconstruction (estimated at $60,000). Ms. Madding advised that the Carnegie building could not be sold as it is a historical landmark. She also requested Council direction for staff for negotiating terms of the lease, such as parking and maintenance.
 
Public hearing opened.
 
                     Sunny Spicer, Director of Kid Time, outlined Kid Time’s history and the benefits of their program. She noted various activities for children and their families. Kid Time is open seven days a week from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and there are other groups that use the facility outside of those hours.  Ms. Spicer provided statistics on the benefits of early childhood development and the impact on children entering school.
 
                     The following people spoke in support of Kid Time:  Andy Batzer and Alicia Welder, both from Medford.
 
                     Bill Gates and Carolyn Kingsnorth, SOHS, noted their facility would provide a multitude of activities for citizens of all ages, including a museum for Medford. They outlined their financial stability, their proposed services to the area, and their plan to expand their services and hours with the Carnegie building. Stephanie Butler spoke on the history of the SOHS.
 
                     Council voiced concerns about SOHS’s finances and Kid Time potentially purchasing their existing location at the JC Penney building; Scott Henselman explained that Kid Time has two years remaining on their current lease and that in the event that SOHS is given the lease for the Carnegie building, Kid Time would have the option to purchase the property. SOHS plans to sell the JC Penney building; the current balance owing is $580,000.
 
                     SOHS’s library had approximately 1200 annual visitors; there are also events at Hanley Farm which hosted thousands of visitors.  Councilmember Brooks noted her preference that the Carnegie building be leased for something that would bring vibrancy to the downtown.  SOSH does paid staff at Hanley Farm and JC Penney building, but utilizes many volunteers. 
 
                     Currently SOHS occupy about 10,000 feet at the JC Penney building and Kid Time occupies 20,000 at their current location.  The actual size of the Carnegie was discussed.
 
                     The following people spoke in support of SOHS:  George Kramer, Ashland; Chelsea Rose, Applegate; David Cosand, Central Point; Pat Harper, Medford; and Linda Crawford, Medford.
 
                     Council discussed the closure of the children’s museum in Jacksonville due to finances; Mr. Henselman explained that state pulled the integral funding and SOHS was forced to close the children’s museum.  Mr. Sjothun requested a copy of the agreement regarding Kid Time’s ability to purchase the JC Penney building.
 
Public hearing closed.
 
Council discussed the square footage discrepancy reported for the Carnegie building; Ms. Madding believed the accurate square footage was 23,000.   Ms. Spicer clarified that Kid Time discussed purchasing the JC Penney building from SOHS, if SOHS moved into the Carnegie building. She also noted the previously submitted concept drawing cost Kid Time $3,000 and was simply an option; they are open to a compromise on any renovation. 
 
Mayor Wheeler noted that the public hearing was inadvertently reopened. 
 
Scott Henselman clarified that he had believed the purchase agreement had been signed; however, if Ms. Spicer did not sign any agreement, then he was misinformed or misunderstood the information he was provided.
 
Public hearing closed.
 
Motion:  Direct staff to enter into a lease agreement for the Carnegie building, located at 413 West Main Street with Kid Time, and that the lease agreement come back to the City Council for approval.
Moved by: Kay Brooks                                                     Seconded by:  Clay Bearnson
 
Councilmembers Brooks and Bearnson noted that both organizations benefited the community, but believed the investment should be with our children. Mayor Wheeler and Councilmembers expressed appreciation for both organizations and their services. Concerns were raised regarding the financial stability of SOHS. Councilmember Bearnson requested any lease agreement include language to preserve the historical integrity of the Carnegie building.
 
Roll call:  Councilmembers Bearnson, Brooks, D’Alessandro, Gordon, Jackle, Stine, Wallan voting yes; Councilmember Zarosinski voting no.
Motion carried and so ordered.
 
Mayor Wheeler declared a recess at 8:28 p.m.
 
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The Council reconvened at 8:44 with the same members present.
 
         40.2     COUNCIL BILL 2018-29 – RESET FROM APRIL 5, 2018 - An ordinance approving a minor amendment to the General Land Use Plan (GLUP) Map of the Medford Comprehensive Plan by changing the land use designation of 3 acres located at 503 Airport Road from General Industrial (GI) to Commercial (CM). (CP-17-154) Land Use, Quasi-Judicial
 
                     Principal Planner Carla Paladino provided the staff report noting the property location and the surrounding businesses. She explained that Table Rock Road is currently being widened near this location and the area has been used as commercial, which is allowed in the current general industrial zone.
 
Public hearing opened.
 
                     Joe Slaughter, Richard Stevens & Associates, agreed with staff and explained that there should not be a measureable impact on traffic as the building was previously a bank and was purchased to be used as a commercial use, medical office building.
 
Public hearing closed.
 
Motion:  Approve the ordinance.
Moved by:  Clay Bearnson                                               Seconded by:  Kim Wallan
Roll call:  Councilmembers unanimously approved.
Ordinance 2018-29 was duly adopted.
 
         40.3     COUNCIL BILL 2018-32 An ordinance amending sections 4.405, 4.718, 4.761, 4.807, and 4.1200 of the Medford Municipal Code pertaining to Sanitary Sewer, Storm Drain, and Street Utility fees.
 
                     Public Works Director Cory Crebbin provided the staff report noting that if approved, the increased fees would be placed on the August billing. He outlined the cost-saving measures and prevention/maintenance actions taken by Public Works. Over three years, residential utility fees will increase by about $6. 
 
                     There would be an aggressive approach in the first few years and then is substantially less in the future; this is to achieve the lowest life-cycle cost. 
 
Public hearing opened.
No one spoke.
Public hearing closed.
 
                     Councilmembers Zarosinski and Jackle preferred more information before making a decision on this topic. Councilmember Gordon voiced concerns regarding citizens on fixed incomes and that other options should be reviewed and Council needs to set priorities.  Councilmember Brooks noted that deferred maintenance occurs in similar areas and voiced concerns about “nickel and diming citizens.”  Mr. Sjothun noted that staff needs clear direction and perhaps that can be discussed during the visioning meeting. 
 
Motion:  Move Council Bill 2018-32 to the June 7, 2018 meeting.
Moved by:  Mike Zarosinski                                             Seconded by:  Kay Brooks
 
Councilmember Zarosinski appreciated the information provided by Public Works. Councilmember D’Alessandro questioned whether a study session would be held to discuss the issue in more detail. Councilmember Jackle asked when the livability topic was scheduled; it is set for May 10, 2018.
 
Roll call: Councilmembers Bearnson, Brooks, D’Alessandro, Gordon, Jackle, Wallan and Zarosinski voting yes; Councilmember Stine voting no.
Motion carried and so ordered.
 
Motion:  Direct staff to schedule utility fees as a May 31, 2018 study session topic.
Moved by:  Michael Zarosinski                                         Seconded by:  Tim D’Alessandro
 
Councilmember Wallan noted that livability and utility fees interplay. 
 
Roll call:  Councilmembers Bearnson, Brooks, D’Alessandro, Gordon, Jackle, Wallan and Zarosinski voting yes; Councilmember Stine voting no.
Motion carried and so ordered.
 
         40.4     COUNCIL BILL 2018-33 An ordinance making certain determinations and findings relating to and approving the Medford City Center Revitalization Plan Substantial Amendment No. 6 and directing that notice of approval be published.
 
                     Elaine Howard, Elaine Howard Consulting, outlined the history of this topic, noting it would not go into effect for 30 days and would extend the Medford Urban Renewal Agency (MURA) to 2024. It would increase the Medford Urban Renewal Plan funding by $19,926,046 and 90% would be spent in the Liberty Park area and the remaining 10% would be used for seismic retrofit in the downtown core.  She also outlined the various projects recommended by the advisory committee.  Ms. Madding noted that MURA did not have to bond to spend money and planned to “pay as they go”, but MURA would most likely borrow from the City.
 
                     Potentially funding the repair/replacement of sewer laterals in the Liberty Park area was discussed; citizens requested the funding at one of the meetings and fixing the sewer lines would benefit Liberty Park citizens as well as the City.  Councilmember Bearnson believed the City should contribute to any sewer lateral projects as the City would benefit. 
 
Public hearing opened.
                     No one spoke.
Public hearing closed.
 
Motion:  Approve the ordinance.
Moved by:  Kim Wallan                                                    Seconded by:  Kevin Stine
Roll call:  Councilmembers unanimously approved.
Ordinance 2018-33 was duly adopted.
 
50.    Approval or Correction of the Minutes of the March 15, 2018 Regular Meeting (Note: there were no minutes for April 5 as there was no quorum)
         There being no additions or corrections, the minutes were approved as presented.
 
 
 
60.    Consent Calendar
         60.1     COUNCIL BILL 2018-31 – RESET FROM APRIL 5, 2018 - An ordinance authorizing an Agreement with the Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development (DLCD) accepting a $40,000 technical assistance grant for the hiring of a consultant to assist in code amendments and economic incentive programs identified by the Housing Advisory Committee.
 
         60.2     COUNCIL BILL 2018-34 An ordinance awarding a contract in an amount of $137,390.00 to JRT Construction LLC to perform storm drain improvements on Hillcrest Road between Mariposa Terrace and McAndrews Road.
 
         60.3     COUNCIL BILL 2018-35 An ordinance awarding a contract in an amount of $858,430.00 to Knife River Materials to perform asphalt overlays on various city streets.
 
         60.4     COUNCIL BILL 2018-36 An ordinance awarding a contract in an amount of $219,505.47 to Peterson Power Systems, Inc. to perform the Cogeneration Engine Rebuild and Overhaul at the Regional Water Reclamation Facility.
 
         60.5     COUNCIL BILL 2018-37 An ordinance authorizing the execution of an Agreement granting Neighborhood Stabilization Program 1 funds in the amount of $223,051.00 to Rogue Valley Habitat for Humanity for acquisition and rehabilitation of a foreclosed home at 2516 Gould Avenue in the City of Medford.
 
         60.6     COUNCIL BILL 2018-38 An ordinance authorizing the execution of an Agreement granting Neighborhood Stabilization Program 1 funds in the amount of $235,000.00 to Rogue Valley Habitat for Humanity for acquisition and rehabilitation of a foreclosed home at 915 Newtown Street in the City of Medford.
 
         60.7     COUNCIL BILL 2018-39 An ordinance approving Change Order #3 to a contract with Roxy Ann Rock, Inc. for installation of concrete bench slabs in various City parks, in the amount of $9,736.60, bringing the total value of the contract to $103,774.75.
 
Motion:  Adopt consent calendar.
Moved by:  Kevin Stine                                                    Seconded by:  Dick Gordon
 
Councilmember Wallan requested Agenda Items 60.1 60.5 and 60.6 be removed from the consent calendar.
 
Roll call:  Councilmembers Bearnson, Brooks, D’Alessandro, Gordon, Jackle, Stine, Wallan and Zarosinski voting yes.
Motion carried; Council Bills 2018-34, 2018-35, 2018-36, 2018-39 were approved.
 
70.    Items Removed from Consent Calendar
         Councilmember Wallan requested Agenda Items 60.5 and 60.6 be discussed first as she is a Board member of Habitat for Humanity and wished to recuse herself from those items.
 
Out of sequence.
 
         60.5     COUNCIL BILL 2018-37 An ordinance authorizing the execution of an Agreement granting Neighborhood Stabilization Program 1 funds in the amount of $223,051.00 to Rogue Valley Habitat for Humanity for acquisition and rehabilitation of a foreclosed home at 2516 Gould Avenue in the City of Medford.
 
Motion: Approve Agenda Item 60.5.
Moved by:  Dick Gordon                                                  Seconded by: Tim D’Alessandro
Roll call:  Councilmembers Bearnson, Brooks, D’Alessandro, Gordon, Jackle, Stine, and Zarosinski voting yes; Councilmember Wallan abstaining.
Council Bill 2018-37 was duly adopted.
 
         60.6     COUNCIL BILL 2018-38 An ordinance authorizing the execution of an Agreement granting Neighborhood Stabilization Program 1 funds in the amount of $235,000.00 to Rogue Valley Habitat for Humanity for acquisition and rehabilitation of a foreclosed home at 915 Newtown Street in the City of Medford.
 
Motion: Approve Agenda Item 60.6.
Moved by:  Dick Gordon                                                  Seconded by: Tim D’Alessandro
Roll call:  Councilmembers Bearnson, Brooks, D’Alessandro, Gordon, Jackle, Stine, and Zarosinski voting yes; Councilmember Wallan abstaining.
Council Bill 2018-38 was duly adopted.
 
Back in sequence.
 
         60.1     COUNCIL BILL 2018-31 – RESET FROM APRIL 5, 2018 - An ordinance authorizing an Agreement with the Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development (DLCD) accepting a $40,000 technical assistance grant for the hiring of a consultant to assist in code amendments and economic incentive programs identified by the Housing Advisory Committee.
 
Councilmember Wallan requested tabling Council Bill 2018-31 as the grant had “strings attached” and she would like to work with DLCD to negotiate those “strings.”  Council discussed the concerns with the contract; Ms. Madding clarified that the list provided by the Housing Advisory Committee should be refined with Council input.
 
Motion:  Continue Agenda Item 60.1 to the next meeting.
Moved by:  Kim Wallan                                                    Seconded by: Kevin Stine
 
Council discussed 60.1 and Councilmember Jackle noted there was a disconnect with the Housing Advisory Committee discussions and the proposals. Planning Director Matt Brinkley explained that the funding would pay for the consultant to explore the policies and assist staff in considering the policies. 
 
Roll call:  Councilmembers D’Alessandro, Gordon, Jackle, Stine, Wallan and Zarosinski voting yes; Councilmembers Bearnson and Brooks voting no.  
Motion carried and so ordered.
 
Motion:  Continue meeting until 10:30 p.m.
Moved by:  Michael Zarosinski                                         Seconded by: Kim Wallan
Roll call:  Councilmembers unanimously approved. 
Motion carried and so ordered.
 
 
80.    Ordinances and Resolutions
         80.1     COUNCIL BILL 2018-30 – RESET FROM APRIL 5, 2018 - A resolution adopting a recommendation from the Parks and Recreation Commission to change the name of the playground located at Bear Creek Park to The Olsrud Family Community Playground in honor of the Olsrud family.
 
Motion:  Approve the resolution.
Moved by:  Clay Bearnson                                               Seconded by:  Kim Wallan
Roll call:  Councilmembers unanimously approved.
Resolution 2018-30 was duly adopted.
 
         80.2     COUNCIL BILL 2018-14 – RESET FROM APRIL 5, 2018 - SECOND READING – An ordinance vacating an approximately 25 foot wide strip of public right-of-way, being a portion of Evergreen Street, running north-south from West Third Street to West Fourth Street, 300 feet in length. (SV-17-106)
 
Motion:  Approve the ordinance.
Moved by:  Kevin Stine                                                    Seconded by:  Kim Wallan
 
Councilmember Zarosinski notified the Council that the applicant would pay for all vacation expenses.
 
Roll call:  Councilmembers Brooks, D’Alessandro, Gordon, Jackle, Wallan, and Zarosinski voting yes; Councilmember Bearnson voting no. 
Ordinance 2018-14 was duly adopted.
        
90.    Council Business
         90.1     Proclamations issued:
                        Arbor Month – April 2018
                        Fair Housing Month – April 2018
                        Water Conservation Month – April 2018
                        Administrative Professionals Day – April 25, 2018
 
Out of sequence.
 
         90.3.    Councilmember Zarosinski and Mr. Sjothun advised that the Little Woody event has requested Council approval of the distribution of distilled spirits at their event. 
 
Motion:  Allow the Little Woody event to distribute distilled spirits at their event.
Moved by:  Kevin Stine                                                    Seconded by: Kim Wallan
Roll call:  Councilmembers unanimously approved.
Motion carried and so ordered.
 
Back in sequence.
 
         90.2     Social Media Policy
 
Motion:  Approve the social media policy.
Moved by:  Tim Jackle                                                     Seconded by:  Michael Zarosinski
 
The necessity of this policy was discussed; social media usage has been a concern in other cities throughout Oregon.
 
Roll call:  Councilmembers Bearnson, Brooks, D’Alessandro, Gordon, Jackle, Wallan and Zarosinski voting yes; Councilmember Stine voting no.
Motion carried and so ordered.
 
         90.3     Committee Reports and Communications
 
Out of sequence.
 
         100.2   Past due Parking Tickets – Kelly Madding
 
Councilmember Stine noted that some tickets were sent to the wrong owner and that staff should ensure that the proper person receives the ticket.  Ms. Madding explained that the information was received from the DMV and the issue was due to being backlogged.  From this point forward they will be processed every 30 to 45 days.
 
Back in sequence.
 
100.  City Manager and Staff Reports
         100.1   Livability Team
                     This topic was moved to May 10, 2018.
                    
         100.3   Further reports from City Manager
                    
110.  Adjournment
There being no further business, this Council meeting adjourned at 10:24 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.
 
 
 
 
Winnie Shepard
Deputy City Recorder


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