BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS' REGULAR MEETING

September 25, 2002

Following HACSA

Commissioners' Conference Room

APPROVED 10/30/02

 

Commissioner Bill Dwyer presided with Commissioners Bobby Green, Sr., Anna Morrison, Peter Sorenson and Cindy Weeldreyer present.  County Administrator Bill Van Vactor, Assistant County Counsel Stephen Vorhes and Recording Secretary Melissa Zimmer were also present.

 

1.  ADJUSTMENTS TO THE AGENDA

 

Green added an item regarding an ODOT representative under Commissioners

Business.

 

2.  PUBLIC COMMENTS

 

None.

 

3.  COMMISSIONERS' REMONSTRANCE

 

None.

 

4.  RESOLUTIONS

 

a.  RESOLUTION 02-9-25-1/In the Matter of Proclaiming October 2002 as Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

 

Dwyer read the resolution into the record.

 

MOTION: to approve ORDER 02-9-25-1.

 

Green MOVED, Morrison SECONDED.

 

VOTE: 5-0.

 

b.  RESOLUTION 02-9-25-2/In the Matter of Appointing Retired Commissioner Ellie Dumdi as a Representative of Lane County Government During Her Trip to St. Wendel, Lane County’s Sister County.

 

MOTION: to approve RESOLUTION 02-9-25-2.

 

Morrison MOVED, Weeldreyer SECONDED.

 

Dwyer read the resolution into the record.

 

Green suggested the Board provide Ellie Dumdi with official gifts for the people of St. Wendel.

 

Morrison suggested providing  pens from Lane County’s 150th celebration.

 

Dwyer stated he would contribute $100 from his supplies and services account toward a gift, if needed.

 

VOTE:  5-0.

 

5.  EXECUTIVE SESSION as per ORS 192.660

 

To take place after the meeting.

 

6.  COMMISSIONERS' BUSINESS

 

a.  UPDATE/Facilities Capital Improvement Projects.

 

David Suchart, Management Services, reported that the Mental Health Facility won the People’s Choice Award for Public Architecture.  He stated all the doors in the Public Service Building had been completed for ADA access.  With regard to the Boy Scouts, he said they are in the process of writing up a contract.  He noted they would go out to bid mid-October for the Child Advocacy Center.  He reported on the Harris Hall remodel.  He said the architects are checking it over and he will get the proposal to the Facilities Committee.  He stated the elevator had been repaired and they are waiting for its inspection.

 

With regard to the Department of Youth Services, Suchart announced they were working on turning the third pod of the Juvenile Justice Center into a court school.  He said they have a plan and they will work on the community service program at the same time.

 

Suchart reported there was little damage in the past few days with the homeless campers.

 

Weeldreyer suggested where there are smoking areas that the word “please” is used.  She said the tone orders people to do something instead of requesting them.  She noted the sign on Pearl Street was an example.

 

b.  ORDER 02-9-25-20/In the Matter of Appointing Commissioner Morrison to be an

Alternate for Commissioner Green at the ODOT Region All-Area Meetings

 

MOTION: to approve ORDER 02-9-25-20.

 

Weeldreyer MOVED, Green SECONDED.

 

Sorenson suggested that this committee assignment be put on a list at the beginning of the year so it is not forgotten.

 

Dwyer stated this committee needed to be structured so the MPC delegates are the delegates and the alternates to the ODOT Regional All- Area Meetings, so there is continuity.

 

Green read the order into the record.

 

VOTE: 5-0.

 

7.  COUNTY ADMINISTRATION

 

a.  Announcements

 

Van Vactor reported that the Oregon Cultural Trust would not be meeting until October 23.  He stated they were low on applications and he recommended extending the application date to October 10.

 

8.  PUBLIC WORKS

 

a.  ORAL REPORT/Short Mountain Landfill Leachate Treatment System Update.

 

Ken Kohl, Waste Management, reported in October 1998, Lane County entered into a contract with the Paul Corporation, whereby they would furnish and install their leachate treatment equipment.  He stated the equipment included a reverse osmosis system that would squeeze 90% of the water out of the leachate.  He said the cost to furnish and install the contract is about $2.5 million.  He added the contract includes an operation and maintenance period for five years. 

 

Kohl noted the contract required that the treatment system be operational by April 2000.  He said they failed to meet the April 2000 deadline and in January 2001, Paul gave Lane County an amendment to extend the deadline to July 2001.  He said they were given credit for additional engineering costs associated for reviewing their plans and they added a provision whereby they have to justify their actual costs and show they meet the costs that were proposed.  If they don’t it adds additional years onto the operation contract.  He added there were liquidated damages in the contract and the damages were waived with the first amendment.  He noted the current liquidated damages are $1,000 per day from July 2001.  He said there is about $460,000 in liquidated damages to date.  He stated in April of 2002 they began testing the full system and found it didn’t work as designed.  He said they would use propane and special equipment to evaporate the last 10% of the water, so they are left with a small amount of solids.  He said they were working on a contract amendment to extend the date they will finish and be operational.

 

b.                  WORK SESSION/Cell Phone Tower Discrepancies.

 

Kent Howe, Land Management, recalled the Board had a work session on June 18 and they were directed to come back for a public hearing on the changes to the cell tower ordinances. He examined the correspondence from Dan Stotter, (representing Mona Lindstromberg’s concern) over definition of tracts.  He said the ordinance covers their concern.  He added Land Management has a requirement that for any application that the property owner has, they have to grant authorization as part of the application. 

 

c.  ORDER 02-9-24-3/In the Matter of Approving Amendments to the Bylaws for the Lane County Planning Commission.

 

Howe explained that the Planning Commission wanted to tighten up the attendance requirements.  He said they amended Article 6 and required that barring excused absences, the Planning Commissioners need to attend at least two-thirds of the commission meetings.

 

Morrison commented if they amend the bylaws for this committee they should amend them for all committees.

 

MOTION: to approve ORDER 02-9-24-3.

 

Green MOVED, Weeldreyer SECONDED.

 

VOTE: 5-0.

 

d.  ORDER 02-9-24-4/In the Matter of Authorizing Use of County Road Funds for Construction of Road Fund Eligible Improvements Within the Orchard Park ($85,000) and Walnut Park ($52,000) Affordable Housing Projects; Waiving of Associated Assessments; and Authorizing Agreements with the Neighborhood Economic Development Corporation (NEDCO) and Saint Vincent de Paul (SVDP).

 

Green stated this came through the City of Eugene.  He agreed with this in principle.

 

MOTION: to approve ORDER 02-9-24-4.

 

Green MOVED, Weeldreyer SECONDED.

 

VOTE: 5-0.

 

e.  ORDER 02-9-25-5/In the Matter of Denying a Request to Amend the Rural Comprehensive Plan to Redesignate and Rezone 80.25 Acres of Land from “Forest/F-2” to “Nonresource/RR-5”(file PA 98-1953; Cooley).

 

Jerry Kendall, Land Management, reported that on March 15, the Board took tentative action and on May 3, the applicant’s attorney filed objections on procedural errors concerning new evidence into the record subsequent to the applicant modifying their proposal.  He added in the same proposal on the table, their proposal was to void the covenant so they no longer would have a 37 lot subdivision. He noted the 1955 plat indicated there were just 80 acres under the proposal of RR 10.  He noted the options were to stay the course, adopt the order of denial at RR 5 (designation based on the original deliberation;) or option 2, deliberate today and reopen the record only for allowing the attached items 2-7 into the record and deliberate on RR 5 or reopen the record and allow people to comment on the attachments and site observation.  He said they would then close the record, reconvene and have final action on a later date, or reopen the record on the site observation RR 10 and the plat covenant.

 

Kendall recommended Option 3.

 

Vorhes stated that the recommendation of staff addresses legal concerns to consider, and if there is interest by the Board to reopen the record, to let everyone comment and then have the Board deliberate.

 

Dwyer asked with Option 3 if any template process would affect future development.

 

Kendall responded it wouldn’t with an F2 process, going to rural residential 10-acre minimums.  He noted they would get eight parcels maximum.

 

MOTION:  to move Option 3.

 

Green MOVED, Morrison SECONDED.

 

VOTE: 5-0.

 

Kendall noted they would reopen the record for a period of time specified in this document.  He said when they get the revised findings, they would bring it back to the Board for consideration.

 

Van Vactor suggested completing this matter while Weeldreyer was still in office.

 

f.  ORDER 02-9-25-6/In the Matter of Electing Whether or Not to Hear Arguments on an Appeal of a Hearings Official's Reconsidered Decision Approving an Application for a Lodge in the Rural Residential Zone (file PA 01-6417/McDougal).

 

Kendall reported this was an appeal of a reconsidered decision by the hearings official by which he approved the proposal for a 30-unit lodge.  He said the first issue is whether it is of countywide significance.  He said as they noted in the order, the law is changing and the new rural residential zone will change the way lodges are evaluated.  He said the amount of lodges would be decreasing because of the change in the law in May 2002.  He noted there were no unique environmental resources and while the hearing official recommends review of the appeal, he sought the Board’s concurrence with his approach to how the term lodge was treated.  He stated staff recommended under the option not to hear it but to concur with the hearings official in his interpretation of all Lane Code chapters and Rural Comprehensive Plan polices.  He said staff was recommending the Board concur with the hearing’s official on all of his interpretations on the local level, not just the definition of the lodge.  He noted a benefit of that approach is when this goes to appeal in front of LUBA, if there is a matter of county deference for local issues, they won’t remand it back to Lane County.

 

MOTION: to approve Option 3 to not hear the arguments and to affirm the hearing’s official’s decision.

 

Weeldreyer MOVED, Morrison SECONDED.

 

Weeldreyer explained that after reviewing the material, she thought the hearing’s official made a correct finding on the use of the term lodge in this application.  She didn’t see any procedural errors and economically it would be something good for the McKenzie Bridge community.

 

Dwyer asked what the effect would be with Option 2.

 

Kendall reiterated if LUBA finds there is a local issue and the Board hadn’t concurred with the hearing’s official, the concern is it would be remanded back to the Board.  He said by concurring with all of the local interpretations by the hearings official, they would avoid that step to pre-empt the remanding back of this matter.

 

Sorenson said when they decide to hear the appeal they have to examine the criteria to see if it was met.  He said the focus should be that the hearings official recommended that the Board hear the appeal.  He said the Board should follow the code and allow for the appeal.

 

Weeldreyer believed the hearings official wanted the Board to hear this to reaffirm whether or not the Board had a problem.  She didn’t see the need to have a hearing because she didn’t see any reason or error in the hearing’s official’s interpretation.

 

VOTE: 3-2 (Dwyer, Sorenson dissenting).

 

 

g.  ORDER 02-9-25-7/In the Matter of Adopting Findings Of Fact, Conclusions and a Final Decision in the Appeal of a Hearings Official Decision Denying a Home Occupation and Temporary Permit Within the Rural Residential Zone (RR 10) on a Parcel of Land Identified as Tax Lots 211 and 205 of Assessor’s Map 16-05-18 (File PA 01-5803 & PA 01-5804/Neumann).

 

Tom Lanfear, Land Management, reported this item was before the Board on May 28 when the Board conducted deliberations and made a tentative decision to approve these two applications and reversed the hearing’s official denial.  He noted the Board directed findings to be prepared by the applicant’s agent.  He said they were prepared and circulated to the agent for the opponents.  He added they received comments from the opponents and reviewed and prepared the findings for the Board’s adoption.

 

Lanfear reviewed the conditions of approval that were proposed by the applicant and they had modified a few of them.  He recommended a change to condition number 2.  He noted it originally had a provision to be renewed every five years.  He added Lane Code does not allow temporary permits to be renewed and they are limited to five years.

 

Dwyer asked if there were any ex-parte contacts.

 

Green stated he received a letter from Steve Cornacchia.  He advised legal counsel about the letter.

 

Weeldreyer received a letter from a neighbor who provided information about an event that was held there and how disruptive it was.

 

Morrison stated she forward her letter to compliance.

 

Dwyer had also read the letter.

 

Lanfear noted that letters that are received by the Board after deliberation are not part of the record.

 

Sorenson received a letter from someone in Junction City who was opposed to this.

 

Lanfear said if the information they received influenced their decision, they should re-open the record to allow it in and let the other side comment about it.  He added if it doesn’t influence it, they could declare it.

 

Dwyer suggested putting it into the record.  He asked how long the record should be left open.

 

Lanfear said they could give a week to respond to the letters and get it back to the Board.  He stated he would send copies of the correspondence to each party, giving them a week to respond and he will bring back their comments to the Board.

 

Dwyer stated this would come back the first week of November.

 

9.  CONSENT CALENDAR

 

A.  Approval of Minutes:  None.

 

B.  Assessment and Taxation

 

1)  ORDER 02-9-25-8/In the Matter of A Refund to Seneca Sawmill Company and Larry J. Tapanen, Attorney for Petitioner in the Amount of $77,249.51.

 

2)  ORDER 02-9-25-9/In the Matter of A Refund to MBM Group LLC in the Amount of $13,450.94.

 

C.  County Counsel

 

1)  ORDER 02-9-25-10/In the Matter of Amending Chapter 61 of Lane Manual to Clarify Procedures for Attorney Conflicts of Interest. (Teresa Wilson)

 

D.  Health and Human Services

 

1)  ORDER 02-9-25-11/In the Matter of Awarding a Subcontract Amendment to ACES, in the Amount of $205,044, for Problem Gambling Treatment Program Services.

 

2)  ORDER 02-9-25-12/In the Matter of Awarding the Contract for Adult Mental Health Consumer Services for LaneCare to SAFE Inc. in the amount of $120,530 for the period October 1, 2002 through September 30, 2003.

 

E.  Public Works

 

1)  ORDER 02-9-25-13/In the Matter of Authorizing an Agreement to Accept $84,168 from Cascade Pacific RC&D Area, Inc. for Installation of Fish Friendly Culverts on North Fork Siuslaw Road (Harring Creek), South Canary Road (Carle Creek), Fiddle Creek Road (Alder Creek), and Maple Creek Road (Grant Creek)

 

2)  ORDER 02-9-25-14/In the Matter of Accepting a Deed of Land to be Used as a Public Road Easement for Pitney Lane (County Road No. 602) and Bailey Lane (County Road No. 783) (16-04-06).

 

3)  ORDER 02-9-25-15/In the Matter of Accepting a Deed of Land to be Used as a Public Road Easement for Hideaway Hills Road (18-03-27).

 

4)  ORDER 02-9-25-16/In the Matter of Accepting a Deed of Land to be Used as a Public Road Easement for Coburg Bottom Loop (County Road No. 939) (16-03-32).

 

5)  ORDER 02-9-25-17/In the Matter of Amending the Expiration Date of the Requirements Contract with Philip Services Corporation to 6-30-03, and Authorizing the County Administrator to Execute the Amendment.

 

MOTION: to approve the Consent Calendar.

 

Morrison MOVED, Green SECONDED.

 

VOTE: 5-0.

 

9.  HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

 

a.  ORDER 02-9-25-18/In the Matter of Appointing Two Members to Fill Vacancies on the Health Advisory Committee.

 

MOTION: to approve ORDER 02-9-25-18.

 

Sorenson MOVED, Green SECONDED.

 

Morrison stated there needed to be consistency with a two-term limit for all committees.

 

Dwyer noted they did have a two-term limit, but they have the ability to waive the limitation on a case-by-case basis.  He said they have outstanding citizens who want to continue to serve and they made exceptions in those cases.  He said they need to continue the policy on a case-by-case basis.

 

Sorenson suggested revisiting the topic of term limits on committees.

 

VOTE: 5-0.

 

10.  PUBLIC SAFETY

 

a.  ORDER 02-9-25-19/In the Matter of Creating Five Deputy Sheriff Positions in the Sheriff's Office Corrections Division.

 

MOTION: to approve ORDER 02-9-25-19.

 

Weeldreyer MOVED, Green SECONDED.

 

VOTE: 5-0.

 

11.  COMMISSIONERS' ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Sorenson stated he and Weeldreyer met to review the applicants for the Planning Commission.  He said they were recommending to the Board that Juanita Kirkham be reappointed and Bob Collin be appointed.

 

Morrison announced she participated in a conference call with AOC.  She said the county tasting was going to take place and the overall theme this year is civil war.

 

Green noted the Board asked CVALCO to appropriate an allocation of money to help with that endeavor.

 

Morrison said she would coordinate this with Green.  She announced that Saturday is the Veneta Chili Challenge.  She noted Lane County was hosting the LCOG Board Meeting at the new Mental Health facility.  She thanked everyone who participated in the Day of Caring for the United Way.

 

Weeldreyer stated she would be attending the statewide Challenge of Change.  She noted this was a conflict with the Board meeting and asked if it could either be a down week that week or to have an afternoon meeting on October 23.

 

Green said he would be in agreement if they could accommodate it.

 

Weeldreyer also announced she would be attending a telecommunication conference in Bend.

 

12.  CORRESPONDENCE TO THE BOARD

 

Letter from R. Michael Tugwell, Chumwa Fen, Inc.

 

Dwyer read the letter into the record.

 

Green asked why the Parks Advisory Committee had not supported this.

 

Rich Fay, Parks, responded on two occasions the Parks Advisory Committee considered the matter and on both occasions they deferred to staff to provide a clarification of uses of the north bottomlands, which they had done on November 13, 2001.  He stated they presented a concept for clarification, including a native plant nursery site, a caretaker’s site, an outdoor horse arena and indoor arena.  He added they were looking at an outdoor multipurpose recreation area.

 

Fay said they took public comment on November 13,  and Chumwa Fen gave input.  He added it was staff’s proposal for consideration.  He said the Parks Advisory Committee reviewed that and thought it was a good plan.  He explained they wanted to implement the aspects of that plan.  He said they were in conflict with the general use of that site.  He noted they have the Sheriff’s Posse, the 20/30 Club and the Boy Scouts needing an area for multipurpose events.

 

Green asked how Chumwa Fen would bring dollars into Lane County and through what mechanism.  He asked why Chumwa Fen was not supporting the Park’s position.

 

Fred Farner, General Manager, Chumwa Fen, said they are soliciting groups to hold their meetings on this property.

 

Marshal Bilik, Board of Directors, Chumwa Fen, thought the Lane County area needed to have a place where any education or government agency could have picnics, trainings, and education sessions.  He said the north bottomlands served the beginning of the purpose.  He noted they invested 10,000 volunteer hours developing the site.

 

Dwyer asked who specifically would be bringing money into Lane County.

 

Farner said these people spend money for recreation.  He said they would get business from the recreation groups and hunting clubs.  He noted the goal is for Chumwa Fen to operate the north bottomlands without cost to the County.  He said they only used a total of 28 days.  He thought they could move it up to about 100 days to rent out and they could bring their user day count from 28,000 user days to between 150,000 and 250,000 user days.

 

Dwyer asked what direct benefit Lane County would receive.

 

Farner responded that Lane County would be relieved of the expense of developing the north bottomlands.  He said as soon as they get their base operating expenses, then they would pay money into the County.  He said they are the only stakeholder group that gives a copy of their books each year to the County and does not come to the County asking for money.

 

Dwyer asked how Lane County would get paid.

 

Farner stated it would be done through a contract.  He stated his proposal is after the first 30,000 user days, they would put a nickel in for each user day beyond that.

 

Green asked if there was a sense of urgency with this matter and why they were not honoring the park staff.

 

Farner responded that since September 19, 2001, Lane County parks had not advised them of any meetings so they could come to participate in the planning process.  He added dollar-wise this is urgent.  He noted there is a major event that would come up next summer that could generate 18,000 user days.  He stated in 2006, the Society for Creative Anachronism holds their 40th birthday party.  He added the bidding would be a two-year process.  He said if they have the contract in place, they would have the volunteers getting rid of more of the fire hazards.

 

Weeldreyer stated she took a tour of the whole bottomlands area.  She learned that the purpose of Chumwa Fen is to broker educational activities that take place on public lands.  She said having the Parks Department and Chumwa Fen as a community organization dedicated to the management of that purpose would be a good idea.  She was concerned because it is an area that had been farmland.  She shared the same issues as the Parks Department that by removing the Parks Department from being in the first position to manage would not be in Lane County’s best interest.  She noted there are many groups that would want to use the land but would not want to go through Chemwa Fen as the middle person organization.  She was also concerned with fire safety in the summer months for that area.  She wanted these issues resolved before they went forward.  She thought a working relationship between the Parks Department and Chumwa Fen was a good first step.

 

Snowden noted another issue that needed to be addressed was the carrying capacity to the north bottomlands area.  He believed that crowds of 4,000 and 8,000 over several days would exceed the carrying capacity of the park..  He asked at what level the Board wants to develop the bottomlands.

 

Fay reported that the Parks Department had not prevented Chumwa Fen from holding events or working with them.  He noted they walked away from the table and haven’t contacted them.  He said that Lane County is the group that should determine what happens in those areas and to keep the calendar.  He noted one of the carrying capacity issues is not just the event taking place in the north bottomlands, but the arboretum, Friends of Buford Parks and the Sheriff’s Posse events.  He said someone has to make sure the events are not held on the same day.  He said Lane County should issue special use permits so those issues are addressed. He stated giving Chumwa Fen a long-term lease and exclusive control was not in the best interest of the public.  He said the volunteers should contribute to the good of the public’s use instead of a specific master plan.  He said they were moving forward and development was happening with Chumwa Fen.

 

Dwyer stated he didn’t like the unhealthy relationship between the Parks Advisory Committee and Chumwa Fen.  He thought people in good faith working together for the common good, recognizing each other's responsibility should be able to work things out.

 

Fay responded they work with a lot of people with special use permits. 

 

With regard to having a permit four years into the future, Snowden was concerned about fire danger.  He said a long-term commitment for an August date would be complicated.  He asked if it was in the public’s interest to have a long-term lease that gives control over all fee-paying events in the north bottomlands to Chumwa Fen.  He didn’t think so.  He added they could work with them for a special use permit.

 

Fay didn’t think one group should dominate the area for years in advance.

 

Sorenson said they couldn’t ignore the fact that there are other communities around the United States attracting people from all over their region.  He said it would be money coming into the community.  He was concerned about the carrying capacity for the park and he wanted to see more non-profit energy.  He suggested a public/private partnership to get rid of the vegetation.

 

Morrison was concerned about Chumwa Fen’s business plan.  She didn’t think another entity should be involved in trying to schedule use of the park.  She added they pay CVALCO money to help market the area and to recruit conventions. She said if Chumwa Fen wanted to come in under the normal process to market an event, there wouldn’t have to be another entity doing the contracting.  She didn’t agree with the number of hours that were put in by Chumwa Fen’s volunteers.

 

Dwyer stated CVALCO was in support of Chumwa Fen promoting these types of events because they benefit from the events.  He thought it was possible for Chumwa Fen to work out an agreement.  He thought there could be a win-win solution for both organizations. He wanted the Roads Advisory Committee and Chumwa Fen to come up with something that fits the needs for the whole community and the County and report back to the Board.

 

Green thought something could be worked out.  He was not convinced that a long-term agreement was the way to go.

 

Weeldreyer stated this type of activity is one that fits well in Oregon.  She  said for the future, they need to develop a sense of trust that had been lost between Chumwa Fen and the Lane County Parks Department.  She thought there should be something in the master plan that would allow for public facilities to allow for large crowds.  She reiterated that the direction is for the Parks Department to work out something with Chumwa Fen and report back to the Board if there was a problem that couldn’t be addressed at any other level.

 

Email from L. Michael Adler.

 

Weeldreyer stated she spoke with Michael Adler about a month ago.  She said Adler had concerns about a barking dog that belonged to his neighbor.  She said he worked with Animal Regulation.  She noted that the Lane County ordinance had not been revised since 1986.  She said the ordinance was in violation if any animals cause annoyance, alarm or noise disturbance for more than 15 minutes. She stated that the City of Eugene’s law states a violation is when a dog persistently barks or howls and thereby unreasonably deprives a person of peace and quiet.  She commented Adler was frustrated that a dog could bark for 14 minutes, take a two-minute breather and continue barking on and off and that dog wouldn’t violate the code as it is written.  She said Adler stated the Lane County ordinance is grossly inadequate and the City of Eugene code is better.  She asked the Board if the County should make those types of changes

 

Dwyer responded the Animal Regulation Task Force has Judge Sinclair dealing with regulations and discrepancies in the law.  He noted the changes would take place as a matter of course that relates to the task force.

 

Weeldreyer requested sending this to the task force.

 

Sorenson suggested having the task force focus on specific recommendations to the Board for ordinances.  He said when there is agreement on the task force they send it to the Board sequentially.  He wanted Judge Sinclair to review this matter and bring it back to the Board as quickly as possible with a recommendation and remedy as how they should deal with this problem.

 

13.  EMERGENCY BUSINESS

 

None.

 

There being no further business, Commissioner Dwyer recessed the meeting at 12:00 p.m.

 

 

Melissa Zimmer

Recording Secretary