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MINUTES OF THE REGULAR BOARD OF ALDERMEN MEETING

 

 

City Hall                                                                                                           March 6, 2006

Council Chambers                                                                                             7:00 p.m.

 

The Mayor led with the Pledge of Allegiance.

 

ROLL CALL

 

PRESENT:       Mayor Kelly, Alderwoman Clements, Alderman Marshall, Alderman Leahy, Alderman Golfin, Alderman Kramer, Alderman Robertson, Alderman Wynn, Alderman Cross.

 

                        City Attorney Albrecht, City Clerk/Administrator Seemayer, Director of Public Works/City Engineer Payken, Director of Economic Development/Asst. City Administrator Denton, Executive Secretary Williams and Excise Commissioner Clements.

 

ABSENT:        City Treasurer Reynders.

 

CONSIDERATION AND APPROVAL OF THE AGENDA OF THE REGULAR BOARD OF ALDERMEN MEETING OF MARCH 6, 2006

 

Motion was made by Alderman Golfin, second by Alderwoman Clements to approve and adopt the Agenda of the Regular Board of Aldermen Meeting of March 6, 2006.  Roll call:  Alderwoman Clements, yes; Alderman Marshall, yes; Alderman Leahy, yes; Alderman Golfin, yes; Alderman Kramer, yes; Alderman Robertson, yes; Alderman Wynn, yes; Alderman Cross, yes.

 

CONSIDERATION AND APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES OF THE REGULAR BOARD OF ALDERMEN MEETING OF FEBRUARY 6, 2006

 

Motion was made by Alderman Leahy, second by Alderwoman Clements to approve and adopt the Minutes of the Regular Board of Aldermen Meeting of February 6, 2006 as presented.    Roll call:  Alderwoman Clements, yes; Alderman Marshall, yes; Alderman Leahy, yes; Alderman Golfin, yes; Alderman Kramer, yes; Alderman Robertson, yes; Alderman Wynn, yes; Alderman Cross, yes.

 

Alderman Golfin stated in the Public Works Annual Report attached to the minutes, which reports on the Sanitation Department work, in the listing of total waste and recycle, the recycle is flat.  There was no increase in recycle if you adjust for the first three months, which does not have a complete comparison in the previous year.  He emphasized that while the waste generation is down at the source, the recycle is flat and they will be working on that. 

 

CONSIDERATION AND APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES OF THE SPECIAL BOARD OF ALDERMEN MEETING OF FEBRUARY 13, 2006

 

Motion was made by Alderwoman Clements, second by Alderman Wynn to approve and adopt the Minutes of the Special Board of Aldermen Meeting of February 13, 2006 as presented.  Roll call:  Alderwoman Clements, yes; Alderman Marshall, yes; Alderman Leahy, yes; Alderman Golfin, yes; Alderman Kramer, yes; Alderman Robertson, yes; Alderman Wynn, yes; Alderman Cross, yes.

 

PROCLAMATION – PATRIOT’S DAY

 

Alderman Wynn stated he is a member of the Sons of the American Revolution.  In their meeting last month they discussed Patriot’s Day.  It would be good for every city to pass a proclamation proclaiming April 19th as Patriot’s Day. 

 

Alderman Wynn read a proclamation for Patriot’s Day into record, which is attached to the minutes.

 

Motion was made by Alderman Wynn, second by Alderman Robertson to approve the proclamation.  All in favor none opposed.

 

TASER PRESENTATION BY THE POLICE DEPARTMENT

 

Police Chief Knight came before the Board and stated the taser has been in existence for several years.  When it first came out it was originally referred to as a stun gun.  They have since made a lot of scientific advancements with it.  The taser they now have is referred to as an X26 energy conduction weapon.  Most of the police departments around the Brentwood area already have them.  They wanted to wait and see what the public’s reaction would be to the taser, officer safety and the injury sustained by the suspects.  The studies show that there is a 70 to 80 percent reduction in injuries to not only the suspects but to the officers that are involved in the apprehension.  Brentwood did an extensive training program with the taser.  They researched all the different departments that had them and tried to get the best of all the policies put together for Brentwood.    

 

Chief Knight introduced Patrol Officer Chris Gibson and Detective Nick Stanze as certified taser instructors.  They have done an outstanding job in training the officers of the police department. 

 

Patrol Officer Chris Gibson came before the Board and described the taser and how it works.  He stated that suspects are hit with two probes and 50,000 volts are conveyed to the body, which is non-lethal.  There are no lingering affects.  It causes pain and total incapacitation and overrides the central nervous system.   The taser is one of the main advantages they have over pepper spray for someone that is on drugs.  Effective range for the taser is 21 feet.  It can also be used close up as a drive stun.      

 

Detective Nick Stanze came before the Board and stated that suspects become compliant after coming in contact with the taser.   Tasers are very effective on a wide variety of targets.  It does not electrocute you if you are in water, and will not affect a pacemaker.  Since there is a live spark coming from the taser you have to worry about flammable liquids etc.  The weapon system plugs into a computer and they have a program that will show the date, time and duration of the use of the taser.  The Brentwood Police Department has six taser guns.   

 

An informational short film was shown and a brief demonstration was given of what actually happens when the taser is activated at length and at close range. 

 

Emergency Warning System

 

Mayor Kelly asked Chief Knight for an update on the emergency warning system. 

 

Chief Knight stated the City had problems with the warning system not sounding on a couple of occasions.  The response that the City received to the malfunction was that it was antiquated and that they did not have parts available to fix it.   The Chief of the St. Louis County Police Department was kind enough to put in a request for Brentwood and he believes it will be replaced with a solar system which is the latest and the greatest. 

 

Mayor Kelly stated that the warning system does not belong to Brentwood.   It belongs to St. Louis County Emergency Management.  

 

BIDS – None

 

HEARING OF ANY MATTER OF PUBLIC INTEREST UPON REQUEST OF ANY PERSON PRESENT – None

 

INTRODUCTIONS, READINGS, AND PASSAGE OF BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS

 

Motion was made by Alderman Cross, second by Alderman Wynn to remove Bills No. 5312 and 5313 from hold.  Roll call:  Alderwoman Clements, yes; Alderman Marshall, yes; Alderman Leahy, yes; Alderman Golfin, yes; Alderman Kramer, yes; Alderman Robertson, yes; Alderman Wynn, yes; Alderman Cross, yes.

 

1st and 2nd Readings of Bills

 

Motion was made by Alderwoman Clements, second by Alderman Cross to give Bills No. 5312, 5313, 5317, 5318, 5319 and 5320 first and second readings.  Roll call:  Alderwoman Clements, yes; Alderman Marshall, yes; Alderman Leahy, yes; Alderman Golfin, yes; Alderman Kramer, yes; Alderman Robertson, yes; Alderman Wynn, yes; Alderman Cross, yes.

 

The synopsis of all bills will be read and a hard copy will be attached to the minutes.

 

Bill No. 5312 – Grading and Excavating

 

City Attorney Albrecht gave Bill No. 5312, AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 6 OF THE REVISED CODE OF ORDINANCES FOR THE CITY OF BRENTWOOD BY CREATING A NEW ARTICLE IX IN CHAPTER 6 WHICH SHALL INCLUDE NEW SECTIONS 6-177 THROUGH 6-188 TO SAID CHAPTER RELATING TO GRADING AND EXCAVATING; PROVIDING FOR THE CURRENT MAINTENANCE OF THIS CODE; PROVIDING FOR THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS ORDINANCE; AND PROVIDING FOR THE REPEAL OF ALL CONFLICTING ORDINANCES, its first and second readings.

 

Alderman Wynn asked if there was any involvement in the process from people who actually do grading work.

 

Director of Public Works/City Engineer Payken stated that they have not discussed it with them directly but standards are very common throughout the area. 

 

Alderman Robertson stated he does not understand the engineering requirement specified in Section 6-181, #9, last paragraph that states, “Solid rock, shale or similar materials shall be removed to a depth of fifteen (15) inches below subgrade for paved areas and two (2) feet below finish grade for lawn areas, except where it is impractical because of rock outcropping”.  He stated that could be a significant cost for somebody who has rock on their site. 

 

Director of Public Works/City Engineer Payken stated that the way he reads it is if the rock outcropping is present then you would not have to remove it to that level.

 

Alderman Robertson asked about other classifications of rock that would not be a solid rock outcropping but would still be tremendously expensive to remove.  He is not sure what the structural reason for that would be.  He asked where did the specifications for the bill come from.

 

Director of Public Works/City Engineer Payken stated there are two scenarios in any grading operation, fill and excavation.  With the fill, the purpose of removing the rock is less important than when you excavate.  The reason is so that you have sufficient topsoil on top of the rock, so that things will grow.   As a practical matter the number of times when this would become an issue in Brentwood would be limited.  Mr. Payken asked Alderman Robertson if his thought is to delete that section.

 

Alderman Robertson responded yes.

 

Director of Public Works/City Engineer Payken stated he would not be opposed to deleting that section.  The bill was modeled after an ordinance drafted in Crestwood.  That ordinance was modeled after St. Louis County regulations and some other larger cities that have new grading ordinances such as Chesterfield.

 

Motion was made by Alderman Robertson, second by Alderman Kramer to approve and adopt Bill No. 5312 as amended by removing the last paragraph in Section 6-181, #9.  Roll call:  Alderwoman Clements, yes; Alderman Marshall, yes; Alderman Leahy, yes; Alderman Golfin, yes; Alderman Kramer, yes; Alderman Robertson, yes; Alderman Wynn, yes; Alderman Cross, yes.

 

The Mayor thereupon declared Bill No. 5312 duly passed and signed same into approval thereof.  Said Bill was given Ordinance No. 4010.

 

Bill No. 5313 – Demolition of Buildings

 

City Attorney Albrecht gave Bill No. 5313, AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 6 OF THE REVISED CODE OF ORDINANCES FOR THE CITY OF BRENTWOOD BY ADDING A NEW SECTIONS 6-10 THROUGH 6-14 TO SAID CHAPTER RELATING TO DEMOLITION OF BUILDINGS; PROVIDING FOR THE CURRENT MAINTENANCE OF THIS CODE; PROVIDING FOR THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS ORDINANCE; AND PROVIDING FOR THE REPEAL OF ALL CONFLICTING ORDINANCES, its first and second readings.

 

Motion was made by Alderman Cross, second by Alderwoman Clements to approve and adopt Bill No. 5313.  Roll call:  Alderwoman Clements, yes; Alderman Marshall, yes; Alderman Leahy, yes; Alderman Golfin, yes; Alderman Kramer, yes; Alderman Robertson, yes; Alderman Wynn, yes; Alderman Cross, yes.

 

The Mayor thereupon declared Bill No. 5313 duly passed and signed same into approval thereof.  Said Bill was given Ordinance No. 4011.

 

Bill No. 5317 – Prohibiting School Buses

 

City Attorney Albrecht gave Bill No. 5317, AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 14 OF THE REVISED CODE OF ORDINANCES FOR THE CITY OF BRENTWOOD BY ADDING A NEW SECTION 14-1007.1 SCHEDULE G-1 RELATING TO THE OPERATION OF SCHOOL BUSES ON CERTAIN DESIGNATED STREETS; PROVIDING FOR THE CURRENT MAINTENANCE OF THIS CODE; PROVIDING FOR THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS ORDINANCE; AND PROVIDING FOR THE REPEAL OF ALL CONFLICTING ORDINANCES, its first and second readings.

 

Alderman Marshall stated he brought the issue of the school buses to the Public Works Committee because of several calls he received from the residents on Eulalie.  Over the last couple of years they have been having problems with school bus drivers.  The only way to stop them from going up Eulalie from Dorothy to Helen is to ticket them and in order to do that they would need an ordinance.

 

Mayor Kelly stated this issue should have been reviewed by the Public Safety Committee.   It is a public safety issue opposed to a public works issue.  He understands it is a very narrow street and the buses have caused problems going up and down that block of Eulalie and knocking mirrors off cars, etc. 

 

Alderman Leahy stated if this bill is passed the way it is currently written the Brentwood MAGIC bus would not be qualified to go down that section of Eulalie.  He asked if that is the intent of the bill.  Since the MAGIC bus does home pickups, anyone in that block would be prohibited from being picked up.  They would have to get to the end of the street or up to the Recreation Center to be picked up.

 

Alderman Marshall suggested amending the bill to remove the word “motor buses”.

 

Motion was made by Alderman Marshall, second by Alderman Cross to amend Bill No. 5317 by removing the word “motor buses” from the bill.  Roll call:  Alderwoman Clements, yes; Alderman Marshall, yes; Alderman Leahy, yes; Alderman Golfin, yes; Alderman Kramer, yes; Alderman Robertson, yes; Alderman Wynn, yes; Alderman Cross, yes.

 

Alderman Leahy asked what specific complaints have they received that would justify excluding buses on that particular block and not the other two blocks of Eulalie.

 

Alderman Marshall stated the buses come in from McGrath or Brentwood Boulevard down Eulalie, going east and then they park in front of Mark Twain School.  The problem is when they leave they are supposed to come down Helen to Rosalie to Brentwood Boulevard.  Instead they are using Eulalie going up that one block which is much smaller than all the rest of the blocks of Eulalie that has parking on both sides of the street. 

 

Alderman Wynn stated that people on that block do not have driveways, so their cars are parked on both sides of the street. 

 

Alderman Golfin asked how would the ordinance be enforced.

 

Mayor Kelly stated signs would be posted at each end of the block. 

 

Alderman Marshall stated that he believes the school district will be sending a letter to the bus company letting them know that they would be ticketed. 

 

Alderman Leahy asked if there is any record in the City that states which residents in that block may have special school needs in which a bus may need to get to a household to take care of a student.

 

City Administrator Seemayer stated the City would not have that record.

 

Alderman Leahy asked if they could make an exception that a special school district bus be allowed to use that block.

 

Mayor Kelly stated that they would always make an exception for something like that. 

 

City Administrator Seemayer stated the bill could be amended to read, “except for pick up or drop off of students”. 

 

Motion was made by Alderman Leahy, second by Alderman Marshall to further amend Bill No. 5317 by adding the words, “except for the pick up or drop off of students”.  Roll call:  Alderwoman Clements, yes; Alderman Marshall, yes; Alderman Leahy, yes; Alderman Golfin, yes; Alderman Kramer, yes; Alderman Robertson, yes; Alderman Wynn, yes; Alderman Cross, yes.

 

Motion was made by Alderman Marshall, second by Alderman Cross to approve and adopt Bill No. 5317 as amended.  Roll call:  Alderwoman Clements, yes; Alderman Marshall, yes; Alderman Leahy, yes; Alderman Golfin, yes; Alderman Kramer, yes; Alderman Robertson, yes; Alderman Wynn, yes; Alderman Cross, yes.

 

The Mayor thereupon declared Bill No. 5317 duly passed and signed same into approval thereof.  Said Bill was given Ordinance No. 4012. 

 

Bill No. 5318 – Commercial Vehicles and Motor Buses Prohibited

 

Motion was made by Alderman Cross, second by Alderwoman Clements to place Bill No. 5318 on hold and send to the Public Safety Committee for discussion.  Roll call:  Alderwoman Clements, yes; Alderman Marshall, yes; Alderman Leahy, yes; Alderman Golfin, yes; Alderman Kramer, yes; Alderman Robertson, yes; Alderman Wynn, yes; Alderman Cross, yes.

 

Bill No. 5319 – Mosquito Control Service

 

City Attorney Albrecht gave Bill No. 5319, AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR ACTING ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF BRENTWOOD, MISSOURI TO ENTER INTO AND EXECUTE A CONTRACT WITH ST. LOUIS COUNTY, MISSOURI FOR MOSQUITO CONTROL SERVICE, its first and second readings.

 

City Administrator Seemayer stated the City of Brentwood does its own mosquito spraying.  The County provides either spraying or larviciding.  Larviciding is the treating of creeks, standing water, etc.  Generally that would cost about $1,500 a year.  They also test those areas for viruses.  

 

Alderman Golfin asked how are the services provided. 

 

City Administrator Seemayer stated they do it on a call basis as needed but they have a schedule of areas where there has been a history of problems.  The calls have to come through the City.

 

Motion was made by Alderman Golfin, second by Alderman Marshall to approve and adopt Bill No. 5319.  Roll call:  Alderwoman Clements, yes; Alderman Marshall, yes; Alderman Leahy, yes; Alderman Golfin, yes; Alderman Kramer, yes; Alderman Robertson, yes; Alderman Wynn, yes; Alderman Cross, yes.

 

The Mayor thereupon declared Bill No. 5319 duly passed and signed same into approval thereof.  Said Bill was given Ordinance No. 4013.

 

Bill No. 5320 – Real Estate Contract

 

City Attorney Albrecht gave Bill No. 5320, AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO ENTER INTO A REAL ESTATE CONTRACT ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF BRENTWOOD, MISSOURI FOR THE SALE OF CITY PROPERTY LOCATED AT #13 MIDDLESEX, its first and second readings.

 

Alderman Golfin asked how did it develop that the City has a small strip of land with no access to roads.

 

City Administrator Seemayer stated that when Cricket Lane was developed as a subdivision prior to Middlesex they plotted a 20 foot strip in that area as a buffer to the then unknown development to their east which ended up being more homes.  They had stopped paying the taxes on that strip of land.  In 1974 the City bought a number of properties, including #13 Middlesex, around Brentwood from the tax office in St. Louis County.  The City has no use for the property at #13 Middlesex and it is not suitable as a park. 

 

Alderman Golfin stated the synopsis mentioned five lots but the diagram shows two lots that would be involved in acquiring the property.

 

City Administrator Seemayer stated five residents were notified whose properties touch it.   Two of the residents showed some interest in the property.  One person is buying it from the City and he will later subdivide it, take a very small piece of it, and sell the remainder of it to #15 Middlesex. 

 

Motion was made by Alderman Cross, second by Alderman Golfin to approve and adopt Bill No. 5320.  Roll call:  Alderwoman Clements, yes; Alderman Marshall, yes; Alderman Leahy, yes; Alderman Golfin, yes; Alderman Kramer, yes; Alderman Robertson, yes; Alderman Wynn, yes; Alderman Cross, yes.

 

The Mayor thereupon declared Bill No. 5320 duly passed and signed same into approval thereof.  Said Bill was given Ordinance No. 4014.

 

ACCOUNTS AGAINST THE CITY

 

Motion was made by Alderman Marshall, second by Alderman Golfin to adopt the revised warrant list dated 3/6/06.  All in favor none opposed.

 

REPORTS OF COMMITTEES AND DEPARTMENT HEADS:

 

Mayor’s Report

 

Executive Session

 

Mayor Kelly stated an Executive Session/Personnel Matter would be held following the regular session.

 

Sewer Projects

 

Mayor Kelly stated that a contractor has been selected and construction would be starting in a week or so on the first phase of the Helen Avenue sewer project. 

 

Mayor Kelly stated that they are at an impasse with a couple of residents and MSD regarding the project on Rosalie and Eulalie with respect to gaining easements.  A meeting will be held with MSD and the residents to see if they can resolve those issues.  

 

Mayor Kelly stated that they have been doing very well with the Parkside project moving forward with the design stage.  They were notified that the Yorkwoods project is also proceeding into the design stage. 

 

Bridge

 

Mayor Kelly stated they have been talking with representatives of the Breckenridge Industrial Park and Webster Groves about replacing the bridge over the creek going into Breckenridge Industrial Court.  It is on the border of Brentwood.  It services Breckenridge Industrial Park, which is really in Webster Groves.  There are some issues with weight limit with the concrete trucks using that bridge.  They need to replace the bridge and they asked Brentwood to be a partner in replacing it.  Brentwood had agreed to pay $25,000.  Webster Groves was going to contribute $25,000 and the Breckenridge Industrial area will fund the rest of the bridge.  The reason Brentwood staff agreed to the $25,000 in constructing the new bridge was if they were partners, they would agree to eliminate the center pier from the bridge which causes a lot of the backups in the creek when debris gets caught underneath that bridge.  

 

Public Safety Committee – No report

 

Pubic Works Committee– No report

 

City Engineer– No report

 

Ways and Means Committee - No report

 

City Attorney – No report

 

City Clerk/Administrator – No report

 

Director of Economic Development – No report

 

Excise Commissioner

 

 Temporary Liquor License Request/St. Mary Magdalen Parish

 

Excise Commissioner Clements stated St. Mary Magdalen Parish is asking for a two-day temporary liquor license for the school picnic on May 19th and 20th. 

 

Motion was made by Alderman Cross, second by Alderman Leahy to approve the temporary liquor license request for St. Mary Magdalen Parish picnic.  All in favor none opposed.

 

Library – No report

 

Municipal League – No report

 

Waste Management Commission

 

Meeting

 

Alderman Golfin announced a Waste/Recycle meeting would be held on Wednesday, March 15th at 7:00 p.m. in the Conference Room of Brentwood City Hall.

 

Curb Caddies

 

Mayor Kelly stated the City received a grant for curb caddies to roll recycle containers out to the curb.

 

Communication – No further report

 

Insurance Committee – No report

 

Historical Society

 

Open House

 

Alderman Wynn invited everyone to attend the Historical Society’s Open House on Wednesday, March 8th from 12:00 to 3:00 p.m.

 

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

 

Trail and Bridge Project

 

Alderman Marshall asked for an update on the trail and bridge project.

 

Director of Public Works/City Engineer Payken stated when the project was bid out they did not have all the easements that were needed to do the work.  During the course of working on the easement acquisition, one of the property owners said he did not want to give an easement on their property because if someone falls and gets hurt he would be worried about liability.  He stated he would just sell the property to the City.  That triggered a different type of process known as a boundary adjustment plat.  Because the City owns the property down in the creek, they could shift the property lines and give them the money for their property, do a sales contract and proceed.   The other property owner felt the same way, so they too wanted to do a boundary adjustment.  As they prepared the boundary adjustment plat and the sales contracts, other issues came up.  When you do a boundary adjustment plat anyone who has a financial stake in the property has to sign off on the boundary adjustment plat.  They have been working to resolve the issues but it takes time.  The bridge has been ordered and is being fabricated, so no time is being lost there.  Once the boundary adjustment has been executed and recorded they will be ready to proceed with the project. 

 

Alderman Kramer asked for updates on the vacancies of the post office, Organized Living and Ultimate Electronics.  

 

Mayor Kelly stated there is no change with the post office.  They have put the City on hold.  Pace Properties has a potential tenant for the Organized Living vacancy but they are not going to commit until they know what is going to happen with Highway 40.  Half of the Ultimate Electronics building has been leased to Office Max. 

 

Alderman Kramer asked if the signage package will change on the outside and will they have to come back to the Board for approval.

 

Mayor Kelly stated they would have to reapply for their signage.

 

Director of Public Works/City Engineer Payken stated he has been engaged in extensive discussions with Dierbergs about the signage and he notified them that they will have to do a portion of the amount of signage allowed under the Planned Development “P.D.” ordinance for each tenant based on their square footage or any such portion as they wish.  In no event can the total area and number of signs be greater than what was allowed by the ordinance. 

 

NEW BUSINESS

 

Ward 3 Meeting

 

Alderman Leahy announced a Ward 3 meeting would be held on Tuesday, March 28th at 7:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers of Brentwood City Hall.

 

Recess

 

The meeting was recessed at 8:37 p.m. for an Executive Session/Personnel Matter.

 

Executive Session

 

Motion was made by Alderman Wynn, second by Alderman Golfin to reconvene the meeting at 8:43 p.m. for an Executive Session/Personnel Matter.  All in favor none opposed.

 

Executive Session/Personnel Matter

 

Motion was made by Alderman Cross, second by Alderwoman Clements to enter into an Executive Session/Personnel Matter at 8:44 p.m.  All in favor none opposed.

 

After discussion on a personnel matter, motion was made by Alderwoman Clements, second by Alderman Robertson to terminate Mark Payken’s employment with the City.  Roll call:  Alderwoman Clements, yes; Alderman Marshall, yes; Alderman Leahy, yes; Alderman Golfin, yes; Alderman Kramer, yes; Alderman Robertson, yes; Alderman Wynn, yes; Alderman Cross, yes.

 

Motion was made by Alderman Cross, second by Alderwoman Clements to return to open session at 9:08 p.m.  All in favor none opposed.

 

ADJOURNMENT

 

Motion was made by Alderman Cross, second by Alderwoman Clements to adjourn the meeting at 9:09 p.m.  All in favor none opposed.

 

 

                                                                                                            ss/Pat Kelly               

                                                                                                Pat Kelly, Mayor

 

Attest:

 

            ss/Chris Seemayer        

Chris Seemayer, City Clerk