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MINUTES OF THE REGULAR BOARD OF ALDERMEN MEETING

 

 

City Hall                                                                                               August 18, 2003

Council Chambers                                                                                            7:00 p.m.

 

The Mayor led with the Pledge of Allegiance.

 

Present:            Alderman Boyd, Alderman Marshall, Alderman Leahy, Alderman Golfin,  Alderman Robertson, Alderman Wynn, Alderman Cross.

 

                        City Attorney Murphy, City Clerk/Administrator Seemayer, Economic Development Director Shelton, Treasurer Reynders.

 

Absent:             Alderwoman Mehler, Zoning Administrator Wolf and Executive Secretary Williams.

 

CONSIDERATION AND APPROVAL OF THE AGENDA OF THE REGULAR BOARD OF ALDERMEN MEETING OF AUGUST 18, 2003

 

Motion was made by Alderman Golfin, second by Alderman Wynn to approve and adopt the Agenda of the Regular Board of Aldermen Meeting of August 18, 2003.  Roll call:  Alderman Boyd, yes; Alderman Marshall, yes; Alderman Leahy, yes; Alderman Golfin, yes; Alderman Robertson, yes; Alderman Wynn, yes; Alderman Cross, yes.

 

CONSIDERATION AND APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES OF THE REGULAR BOARD OF ALDERMEN MEETING OF JULY 21, 2003

 

Motion was made by Alderman Leahy, second by Alderman Robertson to approve and adopt the Minutes of the Regular Board of Aldermen meeting of July 21, 2003.  Roll Call:  Alderman Boyd, yes; Alderman Marshall, yes; Alderman Leahy, yes; Alderman Robertson, yes; Alderman Wynn, yes; Alderman Cross, yes.

 

CONSIDERATION AND APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES OF THE SPECIAL BOARD OF ALDERMEN MEETING OF JULY 29, 2003

 

Motion was made by Alderman Leahy, second by Alderman Cross to approve and adopt the Minutes of the Special Board of Aldermen meeting of July 29, 2003.  Roll Call:  Alderman Boyd, yes; Alderman Marshall, yes; Alderman Leahy, yes; Alderman Robertson, yes; Alderman Wynn, yes; Alderman Cross, yes.

 

BIDS – NONE

 

HEARING OF ANY MATTER OF PUBLIC INTEREST UPON REQUEST OF ANY PERSON PRESENT

 

Andrew Truss – 2825 Brazeau came before the Board and said he has been a petitioner since December 2002 for a subdivision with Brentwood Plastics located at 8734 Suburban Tracks Drive and asked what is the status of that.  He met with the Public Works Committee and City Attorney Murphy was to review three items that they rearranged the wording on.  Another meeting was supposed to be scheduled but it was not. 

 

Mayor Kelly said the City intends to purchase that property for park land. 

 

Alderman Leahy said an executive session was held which the Board discussed the property.  The vote that was taken at that meeting was to authorize the City to investigate whether the purchase would be reasonable.  No dollar figures were discussed and no final decision was made. 

 

Mr. Truss said he would like the opportunity to talk to the alderpersons and explain what has gone on.  This is very important to the Truss family because they intend to move the Truss Brothers Construction into Brentwood.  He disagrees with the City wanting to put a park there because he does not think the City needs another park.  He asked for another meeting with the Public Works Committee. 

 

Janet Truss – 2825 Brazeau came before the Board and said she is for the mayor’s two-year term and not the four-year term.  Where would the City get the funds to buy that property? 

 

Mayor Kelly said it is a very tight budget year and those funds will probably have to be taken out of reserves.  In May or June of this year, the City decided that if the lot were subdivided the City would purchase the property to use for an addition to Norm West Park.  The land would allow for the City to build another soccer field for kids.  This land is in a floodplain and flood way and does not have many uses because of those issues.    The property owner is currently allowing the City to use that lot for park parking. 

 

Alderman Golfin said one of the issues he is concerned about is that subdivided piece is in a floodplain.  When property is in a floodplain the real solution to help prevent flooding and backing up of sewers is purchase of that floodplain property for a park or some such uses.  Building on that only aggravates the stormwater run off. 

 

Kathryn Jepson – 2328 Annalee came before the Board said she is before the Board concerning changing the mayor’s term from two years to four years.  Because the public elects the mayor, the public should have a say. 

 

Bonnie Rasmussen – Pendleton and Collier came before the Board and said it is hard to find somebody capable, qualified and willing to run for mayor in our community.  When you start talking about a four-year term you are looking at a professional position. 

 

Karen Smith – 8930 Harrison came before the Board and said she is opposed to the four- year term for the mayor’s position. 

 

As a resident of Brentwood she has always trusted City officials to oversee how tax dollars are spent.  The City has a fiduciary responsibility to appropriately manage its tax dollars and spend them according to their intended purpose.  At the July 21 Aldermanic meeting Brentwood indicated that overall revenues for the City of Brentwood are down and the sales tax revenues that have been generated for stormwater and sewer projects have been diverted to other projects.   She requested a list of how those dollars have been spent from City Administrator Seemayer.  In the letter that she sent to the last meeting she requested that the Ways and Means Committee address the insufficient funding of stormwater and sewer funding by establishing a budget that is appropriately funded by 50% of the sales tax.  She asked what progress has been made with that.  Can an ordinance be introduced that will separate the stormwater funds and the parks funds? 

 

Alderman Marshall said it would be placed on the next Ways and Means Committee meeting agenda.

 

Mayor Kelly said some of the projects that they are planning on doing with the stormwater/parks funds are very expensive projects.  The City has done a number of projects since 1996 to improve the sewer system.  A lot of that is credited to the Stormwater Committee to prioritize those projects and get matching funds from MSD.  The money from the taxes that were passed is being spent for the parks.  This year they hardly did any sewer projects because it is a very tough budget year. The City has cut back on many things. People think the City is flush with money because of the redevelopment projects.  Since 1996, when that first project came on board being the Promenade, the only new revenue the City has seen from that is $300,000.00, $300,000.00 from Brentwood Square and $300,000.00 from the Dierbergs project.  Because of the agreement with the school district, everything else goes back to pay the TIF off as soon as possible. The City has done a very good job over the years of maintaining the quality of services for the residents by not charging for trash services, repairing sidewalks, good street department, finest police and fire departments and stayed within its means. 

 

Ms. Smith said there is some confusion among some of the residents regarding what is the next step for West Community Credit Union.  Their understanding is that they were granted their variances from the Board of Adjustment.  It goes back to the Planning and Zoning Commission and possibly will go to Site Plan Review.  When it comes to the Board of Alderman what will the Board be voting on. 

 

Mayor Kelly said they requested a variance to limit the amount of setback needed.  They asked for a variance so they would not have to have that twenty-five foot of green space between the house and the parking lot, to build their parking lot big enough.  The reason they bought that second house is for the green space needed in order to conform to the City’s green space requirement for building a new building.   The other variance they requested was to leave that property residential which has been used commercially as a dentist building for over 30 years.  They were granted that variance as well.  The third variance needed was for the canopy over their ATM machine.  They needed a variance because that canopy was too close to the property line, and it was granted.

 

At this point they need to go back to the Planning and Zoning Commission and show their new site plan and it could be sent back to Site Plan Review to be evaluated.  At that point the Planning and Zoning Commission would make their recommendation to the Board of Alderman and the Board of Alderman would vote on whether to grant their building permit. 

 

If someone comes in and makes an application to the City and it meets the Code, if the Board turns it down they can be sued and will probably lose in Civil Court.  The City cannot override variances because the Board of Adjustment has a higher authority than the Board of Aldermen. 

 

Mrs. Jepson said she is astounded that they can tear down a building that has a conditional use permit and zoned residential since its inception.  Why would any resident in this town think that by getting variances and taking it out of the Board’s hands they can tear down and on a residential lot put in a parking lot and use it for commercial purposes.

 

Alderman Leahy said he attended the Board of Adjustment meeting and each member listened to the facts that were presented and worked from there.  The request for the three variances that were brought to the Board of Adjustment was brought without a plan in place.  Planning and Zoning had made an error because they had approved a plan without getting the adjustments.  The adjustments that were requested were not to the plans submitted. 

 

Mayor Kelly said the key issue is the Planning and Zoning Commission should not vote on a plan, if it needs a variance, until that variance has been approved or denied. 

 

Maury Heart – representing properties at 2320 and 2324 Annalee came before the Board and said she is not in favor of the extension of the mayor’s term. 

 

Melinda Farrar – 8926 Moritz came before the Board and said a group of citizens should not have to come up to City Hall and scream to get their sewers fixed.  It should be in the budget as a line item. 

 

Christine Kobler – 8615 Henrietta came before the Board and said for the last three years she has represented St. Mary Magdelen as the field manager for baseball and softball during the summer.  She commended the Parks Department on a wonderful job this year, especially in getting the fields ready for the city/county archdiocese playoffs on August 3rd.  There was a huge rainstorm the night before but they were still able to play the game.  It has been a great season and the parks have been very wonderfully taken care of.  They are doing a great job. 

 

She would also like the mayor’s term to remain two years.  It is difficult to get people to commit to two years and would be more difficult to get people to commit to four years.

 

Mayor Kelly said as a policy for our City, the office of mayor should be a four-year term.  It is very time consuming running for mayor.  You need that continuity to make sure that the City stays on the right path.   

 

Alderman Wynn said it is more important in this situation that the people of Brentwood are heard.  If the residents want it to remain a two-year term, the Board should vote to keep it that way.  A vote is one of the critical things that you have and the length of the term is critical to the citizens.  He would have no problem voting against a four-year term if he felt that the people were against it. 

 

Alderman Leahy asked that the City evaluate through the City attorney’s office if it is possible to do a public vote in the April election concerning the mayor’s term and what cost would be incurred if the City changed it to four years, instead of leaving it at two years.

 

Michael Boshans – 2839 Brazeau came before the Board and said if you want to find out what our citizens think about this, you could send something through the mail. 

 

Ms. Smith said she is concerned about the Master Plan.  The residents need to understand the process. 

 

Mayor Kelly said he is excited about the Comprehensive Plan.   The committee that has been set up will represent the City well.  They will eventually pick a consultant to help work with the public to get their input. 

 

Bonnie Rasmussen - member of the Comprehensive Plan Committee came before the Board and said the representation east of Brentwood Boulevard is minimal.  At this point the Committee has been coming up with ideas, taking notes and trying to inform themselves of what is going on in other communities that are feeling the pressure Brentwood is feeling.  There will be public meetings held on the third Wednesday of every month. 

 

Public Hearing – Setting of 2003 Property Tax Rate

 

Mayor Kelly announced a Public Hearing for the setting of the 2003 Property Tax Rate would now be heard at 7:15 p.m. 

 

City Administrator Seemayer said the process for setting the property tax rate has changed dramatically this year by State legislation.  They used to have a property tax rate that covered all residential, commercial and personal property.  That was broken up because often times there were increases or deceases in either the commercial or residential side of property and one affected the other and people felt they were being assess unfairly.  Following are the rates for current fiscal year 2003:

 

General Fund:  

Residential Rate $.000  Commercial Rate $.213            Personal Property $.207

 

Public Library:

Residential Rate $.175  Commercial Rate $.184            Personal Property $.179

 

Police and Firemen’s Retirement Fund:

Residential Rate $.231  Commercial Rate $.242            Personal Property $.235

 

Bonded Indebtedness:

Residential Rate $.000  Commercial Rate $.000            Personal Property $.000

 

Mayor Kelly said one significant change last year was the State changed legislation, which allowed fourth-class cities to assess property taxes against the commercial businesses and not against the residents.  He asked if there were any comments regarding the tax rate. 

 

There were none.

 

Mayor Kelly announced the public hearing closed at 7:23 p.m.

 

INTRODUCTIONS, READINGS, AND PASSAGE OF BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS

 

Bill No. 5199 – Election of Officers Generally

 

Motion was made by Alderman Leahy, second by Alderman Golfin to place Bill No. 5199 on hold.  All in favor none opposed.

 

1st and 2nd Readings of Bills

 

Motion was made by Alderman Boyd, second by Alderman Marshall to give Bills No. 5196, 5197, 5198, 5200 and 5201 its first and second readings.  All in favor none opposed.

 

Bill No. 5196 – Setting of 2003 Property Tax Rate

 

City Attorney Murphy gave Bill No. 5196, AN ORDINANCE TO CONFIRM, RATIFY AND APPROVE THE RATE OF TAX TO BE ASSESSED AND COLLECTED FOR EACH ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS ($100) OF ASSESSED VALUATION FOR THE YEAR 2003 FOR: (A) GENERAL MUNICIPAL PURPOSES; (B) TO PAY PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST AS THE SAME MATURES ON INDEBTEDNESS OF THE CITY OF BRENTWOOD EVIDENCED BY BONDS; (C) TO PAY FOR THE MAINTENANCE OF THE PUBLIC LIBRARY; AND (D) TO PROVIDE THE ANNUAL CONTRIBUTION TO THE CITY OF BRENTWOOD’S POLICE AND FIREMEN’S RETIREMENT FUND; PROVIDING FOR THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS ORDINANCE; AND PROVIDING FOR THE REPEAL OF ALL CONFLICTING ORDINANCES, its first and second readings.

 

City Administrator Seemayer said the bill before the Board is in the amended form.

 

Motion was made by Alderman Marshall, second by Alderman Robertson to adopt Bill No. 5196 as amended.  Roll call: Alderman Boyd, yes; Alderman Marshall, yes; Alderman Leahy, yes; Alderman Golfin, yes; Alderman Robertson, yes; Alderman Wynn, yes; Alderman Cross, yes.

 

The Mayor thereupon declared Bill No. 5196 duly passed and signed same into approval thereof.  Said Bill was given Ordinance No. 3899.

 

Bill No. 5197 – Agreement with Hochschild, Bloom & Co.

 

City Attorney Murphy gave Bill No. 5197, AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT WITH HOCHSCHILD, BLOOM & COMPANY LLP, CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS TO PROVIDE AUDITING SERVICES FOR THE CITY OF BRENTWOOD FOR 2003, 2004 AND 2005; 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 Golfin, second by Alderman Leahy to approve and adopt Bill No. 5197.  Roll call:  Alderman Boyd, yes; Alderman Marshall, yes; Alderman Leahy, yes; Alderman Golfin, yes; Alderman Robertson, yes; Alderman Wynn, yes; Alderman Cross, yes. 

 

The Mayor thereupon declared Bill No. 5197 duly passed and signed same into approval thereof.  Said Bill was given Ordinance No. 3900.

 

Bill No. 5198 – Financial Disclosure Statement

 

City Attorney Murphy gave Bill No. 5198, AN ORDINANCE READOPTING ORDINANCE NO. 3153, SECTION 2-471 OF CHAPTER 2 OF THE REVISED CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF BRENTWOOD FOR 1987; PROVIDING FOR THE CURRENT MAINTENANCE OF THIS CODE; PROVIDING FOR THE REPEAL OF ALL CONFLICTING ORDINANCES; AND PROVIDING FOR THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS ORDINANCE, its first and second readings. 

 

Motion was made by Alderman Cross, second by Alderman Marshall to approve and adopt Bill No. 5198.  Roll call:  Alderman Boyd, yes; Alderman Marshall, yes; Alderman Leahy, yes; Alderman Golfin, yes; Alderman Robertson, yes; Alderman Wynn, yes; Alderman Cross, yes. 

 

The Mayor thereupon declared Bill No. 5198 duly passed and signed same into approval thereof.  Said Bill was given Ordinance No. 3901.

 

Bill No. 5200 – Retail Store at 1700 Withrow

 

City Attorney Murphy gave Bill No. 5200, AN ORDINANCE GRANTING APPROVAL OF A SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR A RETAIL STORE AT PROPERTY NUMBERED 1700 WITHROW AVENUE; PROVIDING THE CONDITIONS TO SUCH DEVELOPMENT; AND, PROVIDING FOR THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS ORDINANCE, its first and second readings.

 

John Geppert – Chair of Planning and Zoning Commission came before the Board and said one issue that came up at the Planning and Zoning Commission level was the developer indicated that a part of their plan included a sign that will be about 25 feet high.  The sign code that was enacted some years ago did away with the pylon sign.  However in the “PD” District you have an opportunity, based upon the various needs of what is happening with a development of that nature, to have some flexibility on a sign package.  It is going to set a precedent that could be very concerning as you develop property around that area.  The present owner of the property has not been particularly cooperative to allow another signage on the Eager Road area.  This property has many challenges to it because it sits back away from and not right up on the same building line that Pets Mart is on.  So the developer has been unwilling to look at signage on Eager Road and feel that they have to have this sign.  When they created the sign code they knew that they did not like the visual impression of the pylon signs that were all over the community but the balancing act that they maintained was that a business has to be able to communicate.  It has to be able to tell the public where it is and who it is. 

 

Jerry Ebest – Director of Real Estate for Dierbergs came before the Board and said the rendering of the sign is attached as Exhibit “B” to the ordinance.  The sign texture is made out of metal wrapping.  It is more like the Brentwood Pointe sign, except it does have a textured finish. 

 

Alderman Golfin asked if the retail store is going to be accessed from the Promenade parking lot. 

 

Mr. Ebest said the access is off Withrow.

 

Mr. Geppert said to the common eye, it’s a part of the Promenade parking lot, but that right of way for Withrow Avenue is still there. 

 

Jerry Dawdy – Dawdy Associates Architects came before the Board and said the building architecture both in materials and in presentation is consistent with both centers.  They have a split face concrete block base at the bottom of the building.  The middle of the building is brick, which matches the Dierbergs store and the upper portion of the building is an exterior installation finish system that matches what is going on in some of the buildings within the Promenade.

 

Mayor Kelly said the City has the ability to grant the pylon sign and in reality they all need to stay away from that whenever possible.  This is a unique situation.  Not only does the lot sit back but it also belongs to a development that is up the street.  It is going to take the power of the City working with DDR in order to get some type of signage on Eager Road.  If they cannot do that then the worse case scenario is that they would be allowed to build the pylon sign.

 

Motion was made by Alderman Boyd, second by Alderman Robertson to approve and adopt Bill No. 5200.  Roll call:  Alderman Boyd, yes; Alderman Marshall, yes; Alderman Leahy, yes; Alderman Golfin, no; Alderman Robertson, yes; Alderman Wynn, no; Alderman Cross, yes.

 

The Mayor thereupon declared Bill No. 5200 duly passed and signed same into approval thereof.  Said Bill was given Ordinance No. 3902.

 

Bill No. 5201 – Hanley/Eager TIF Redevelopment Plan

 

City Attorney Murphy gave Bill No. 5201, AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION OF CERTAIN DOCUMENTS IN CONNECTION WITH THE HANLEY/EAGER TAX INCREMENT FINANCING (TIF) REDEVELOPMENT PLAN, its first and second readings.

 

Mark Grimm – Gilmore & Bell came before the Board and said this bill approves two documents one of which is an amendment to the redevelopment agreement.  The primary purpose of which is to clarify the manner in which an internal roadway is going to be constructed.  Zoning Administrator Wolf has approved the plans and specs in connection with the building permit process.  The second issue is once the TIF notes for Phase I of the redevelopment project are repaid, $115,000 will go to the Transportation Development District to repay the TDD obligations that are being issued. The second document is the Cooperation Agreement between the City and the TDD, which provides that the City will collect the TDD sales tax on behalf of the TDD and will take its 1% collection fee and turn the remainder over to the trustee for the repayment of the TIF obligations.

 

Motion was made by Alderman Leahy, second by Alderman Golfin to approve and adopt Bill No. 5201.  Roll call:  Alderman Boyd, yes; Alderman Marshall, yes; Alderman Leahy, yes; Alderman Golfin, yes; Alderman Robertson, yes; Alderman Wynn, yes; Alderman Cross, yes.

 

The Mayor thereupon declared Bill No. 5201 duly passed and signed same into approval thereof.  Said Bill was given Ordinance No. 3903.

 

Resolution No. 895 – Establishment of TDD

 

Mayor Kelly said this resolution would establish the boundaries for the Manchester Road TDD.  The sales tax generated along that corridor on Manchester Road would amount to a ½ cent sales tax, which will help to fund improvements.   The boundary is primarily Ward 3.  The residents in Ward 3 will be voting on that TDD.   State legislation allows you to set up a district boundary, so the people affected would be voting on it.  It would go to the voters throughout the corridor in Brentwood, Glendale, Kirkwood, Rock Hill and Warson Woods.

 

Alderman Leahy said he would like to have the wording corrected between the City of Brentwood and the Election Board to properly define the area.  

 

Motion was made by Alderman Leahy, second by Alderman Wynn to approve Resolution No. 895.  All in favor none opposed.   

 

ACCOUNTS AGAINST THE CITY

 

Motion was made by Alderman Golfin, second by Alderman Boyd to approve the revised warrant list dated 8/19/03.  All in favor none opposed.

 

REPORTS OF COMMITTEES AND DEPARTMENT HEADS:

 

Mayor’s Report

 

Brentwood Days Festival

 

Mayor Kelly reminded everyone that Brentwood Days Festival would be held on September 19 and 20. 

 

Overpass

 

Mayor Kelly said they have been working with Metro and they have agreed to build the overpass over Strassner Road.  The City will have to finance it, but Metro has agreed with the finance plan.  The City will approach the residents in Ward 2 to establish a TDD to include some of those businesses that do not have a TDD or have maxed out their TDD and use those funds to fund that bridge. 

 

Executive Session

 

Mayor Kelly announced an Executive Session/Real Estate matter would be held following the regular meeting.

 

Public Safety Committee – No report

 

Public Works Committee – No report

 

City Engineer – No report

 

Parks – No report

 

Zoning Administrator

 

Sink or Swim Golf Balls

 

Mayor Kelly said the owner of Sink or Swim Golf Balls submitted a proposal to Zoning Administrator Wolf.  She wanted to put a stand alone shed type building on the parking lot and use that as her place of business to sell golf balls.  Mr. Wolf sent the Board a photo of her rendering and he did not get favorable response. 

 

Ways and Means Committee – No report

 

Planning and Zoning Commission – No report

 

City Attorney – No report

 

City Clerk/Administrator – No report

 

Director of Economic Development – No report

 

Excise Commissioner

 

Liquor License Request – It’s Greek to Me

 

Alderman Cross said It's Greek to Me on Manchester Road is requesting a change in their license.  They currently have a beer and wine liquor license and want to change that to a full restaurant liquor license. 

 

Motion was made by Alderman Cross, second by Alderman Marshall to approve the full liquor license request for It’s Greek to Me.  Roll call:  Alderman Boyd, yes; Alderman Marshall, yes; Alderman Leahy, yes; Alderman Golfin, yes; Alderman Robertson, yes; Alderman Wynn, no; Alderman Cross, yes.

 

Library

 

Alderman Wynn said the library renovations are coming along nicely and they expect to have the grand opening towards the end of September.

 

Municipal League – No report

 

Waste Management – No report

 

Stormwater Management – No further report

 

Communication – No further report

 

Insurance Committee – No report

 

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

 

National Night Out Against Crime

 

Alderman Leahy said National Night Out Against Crime on August 5th was a great success.  One of the good things that came out of it was they put the program in the neighborhoods and that helped with the attendance. 

 

Meeting

 

Alderman Leahy said he and Alderman Robertson are holding a Ward 3 informational meeting tomorrow night at 7:00 p.m. at City Hall.

 

NEW BUSINESS

 

Resignation

 

Alderman Boyd said he has submitted his letter of resignation and enjoyed working with everyone.  It has been a wonderful few years. 

 

Executive Session

 

Motion was made by Alderman Marshall, second by Alderman Wynn to go into executive session on a real estate matter at 9:50 p.m.  All in favor none opposed.

 

After discussion on real estate matter, motion was made by Alderman Boyd, second by Alderman Robertson to make an offer to Brentwood Plastics to purchase the lot at appraised value.  Roll call:  Alderman Boyd, yes; Alderman Marshall, yes; Alderman Leahy, no; Alderman Golfin, yes; Alderman Robertson, yes; Alderman Wynn, yes; Alderman Cross, yes.

 

Motion was made by Alderman Wynn, second by Alderman Robertson to return to open session at 10:19 p.m. All in favor none opposed.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ADJOURNMENT

 

Motion was made by Alderman Marshall, second by Alderman Boyd to adjourn the meeting at 10:20 p.m.  All in favor none opposed.

 

 

                                                                                                                                               

                                                                                                Pat Kelly, Mayor

 

Attest:

 

                                               

Chris Seemayer, City Clerk