The official proceedings of the regular gering city council meeting, may 10, 2010
THE OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS OF THE REGULAR GERING CITY COUNCIL MEETING, AUGUST 23, 2010 A regular meeting of the Gering City Council of Gering, Nebraska was held in open session at 7:00 p.m. on August 23, 2010. Present were Mayor Wiedeman and Councilmembers Smith, Christensen, Gibbs, McFarland, Hillman-Kortum, Shields, Morrison and Escamilla. Also present were City Administrator Danielzuk, City Clerk Russell and City Attorney Ellison. Notice of the meeting was given in advance by publication in the Gering Courier, the designated method of giving notice, the proof of publication being attached to these minutes as page ________. Availability of the agenda was communicated in advance to the media, Mayor and Councilmembers. All proceedings hereafter were taken while the meeting was open to the attendance of the public except as otherwise indicated. CALL TO ORDER Mayor Wiedeman called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. and the Pledge of Allegiance was recited. OPEN MEETINGS ACT Mayor Wiedeman indicated Nebraska Revised Statutes, Chapter 84, Article 14, requires at least one copy of the Open Meetings Act posted in the meeting room and she indicated where the Open Meetings Act is posted. CORRESPONDENCE AND CITIZENS WITH BUSINESS NOT SCHEDULED ON THE AGENDA Mayor Wiedeman inquired if there were any correspondence or citizens present with business not scheduled on the agenda and Judy Hoxworth, 2670 Chateau Way, and Deb Raines, 1475 Quail Ridge Road, spoke about enforcement of ordinances. They distributed photos of their neighborhood which showed numerous violations of City ordinances. CONSENT AGENDA Councilmember Christensen moved and McFarland seconded to: 1. Approve minutes of the August 9, 2010 regular city council meeting; Approve payment and closing on the purchase of McLellan Park from Gering Public School District; Approve July 2010 financial statements; and Claims having been audited were approved as follows: Payroll (8/17/10) 111,033.09; City Payroll Trust, 5,560.14 FSA Medical 125; First State Bank, 360.26 Union Dues; Internal Revenue Svc., 35,444.46 Federal/FICA Tax/Disability Ins; Internal Revenue Svc, 215.00 Garnishment 2; Meat Shoppe, 17,382.48 Management Contract/Bar Tab; NE Dept. of Revenue, 947.85 July RV Rental Income, NE Child Support Payment Center, 575.35 Child Support; SCB Federal Credit Union, 1,488.08 Credit Union; Scottsbluff–Gering United Way, 25.00 Employee United Way; Valley Bank & Trust Co., 1,129,592.59 CD Debt Svc/Sinking Fund/HSA; Western Heritage Credit Union, 320.00 Police Union Dues; Utility Bill Deposit, 1,036.54 Refund Checks; 21st Century Water Technology, 39.38 Sup; Accucut, 51.34 Sup; Airgas Intermountain, Inc., 14.44 Maint./Equip; Alamar Uniforms, 221.75 Sup; Allo Communications, 689.00 Comm; American Water Works Assoc, 165.00 Subscription; B & C Steel, 80.75 Sup; Rodger Beitel, 5,925.05 Reimburse Overcharge Wastewater; Beltline Sand & Gravel, Inc., 62.50 Sup; Benzal Pest Control, 51.00 Spraying; Blankenau Wilmoth, LLP, 253.50 Legal Svcs; Bluffs Sanitary Supply, 828.65 Sup; Bridgestone Golf, Inc., 1,093.80 Merchandise; Broadway Office Supply, 942.27 Sup; Budget Tire & Svc., 9.97 Maint; C & M Air Cooled Engine, Inc., 118.06 Repairs/Maint; Central States Wire Products, 5,399.63 Sup; CenturyLink, 2,222.26 Svcs; Charter Communications, 96.98 Svcs; Chem Dry, 693.26 Cleaning; City of Scottsbluff, 254.34 Emergency Management; Cobra Puma Golf, Inc., 141.40 Merchandise; Collopy Performance & Machine, 24.00 Repairs/Maint; Connecting Point, 141.00 Sup; Couplamatic Systems, Inc., 50.00 Sprinkler Repair; Creative Signs Division, 348.60 Sup; Crescent Electric Supply Co., 2,660.00 Materials; Culligan Water Conditioning, 146.40 Salt; Dale’s Tire and Retreading, 573.22 Repairs/Maint; DeLage Landen Financial Svcs, 188.22 Copier Lease; Dex One, 52.50 Yellow Pages Advertisement; Dutton-Lainson Co., 2,388.33 Sup; Eagle Graphics, 7.60 Sup; Ecolab, 46.00 Svcs; Enviro Svc, Inc., 868.00 Lab Work; Environmental Svcs. Inc., 6,850.00 Abatement; Fastenal Co., 56.20 Equip; Floyd’s Sales & Svc., Inc., 2,684.80 Maint; Foree Tire Distribution, 82.20 Repairs/Maint; Frank Implement Co., 1,212.20 Sup; Fremont Motor Scottsbluff, LLC, 48.92 Repairs; Brandon Fritton, 125.00 Refund; FYR-TEK, 123.06 Equip; Gale, 98.98 Books; General Traffic Controls, Inc., 129.10 Sup; George Holthus, 75.00 Travel Exp; Gering Public Schools, 31,000.00 Purchase McLellan Park; Gering Valley Plumbing & Htg., 1,694.40 Repairs; Golf Software.com, 44.95 Scorecards; Grease N Go, 39.24 Maint; Great Plains One – Call Svcs, 135.67 Comm; Hach Co., 330.30 Sup; Harding & Schultz, P.C., 1,161.69 Legal Fees; Hawkins, Inc., 9,453.90 Oper. Sup; HD Supply Waterworks, 69.67 Sup; Heilbrun, 1,701.54 Sup; Evergreen Properties, 100.00 Svcs; HR Specialist, 155.00 Publications; ICMA Electronic Retirement, 498.91 ICMA City Admin; Ideal Linen Supply, Inc., 142.28 Sup; Independent Plumbing & Heating, 32.50 Repairs; Intralinks Technical Solutions, 5,594.45 Sup; Irby Tool & Safety, 5,001.14 Sup; John Hancock USA, 10,759.01 JH Retirement; Johnson Cashway Co., 791.45 Sup; Karen Sue Bruntz, 1,275.00 Cleaning Svcs; Kawasaki Korner, 88.45 Repairs; KNEB, 271.50 Display Ad; Kovarik, Ellison, Mathis, 2.888.75 Legal Fees; Kriz-Davis Co., 805.03 Supplies; L & P Financial Svcs, 365.00 Equip. Maint; Lakeland Engineering Equip. Co., 170.00 Repairs/ Maint; Lane Danielzuk, 105.00 Conference; League of NE Municipalities, 14,372.00 Membership Dues; Lexis Nexis Risk Data Management, 50.00 Svcs; Linweld, 42.19 Sup; M-B Companies, Inc., 216.38 Repairs/Maint; McLaughlin Water Engineers, 14,485.67 Svcs; MG Trust Co., LLC, 4,149.68 MG T – Fire; Steve Mount, 31.00 CDL Renewal Fees; Mulligans Bluff, 748.00 Meals; NE Swana, 175.00 Conf.; Nebraska Law Enforcement, 36.00 Investigation; Nebraska Library Commission, 6.48 Catexpress Excess Usage; Nebraskaland Tire, 407.21 Repairs/Maint; Nike USA, Inc., 160.83 Merchandise; NLA Public Library Trustee, 303.00 Conf; Norfolk Lodge & Suites, 151.98 Travel Exp; Northwest Pipe Fittings, Inc., 121.55 Sup; OCLC, Inc., 70.96 Books; Panhandle Area Development, 2,450.00 Svcs; Panhandle Coop Association, 2,090.18 Sup; Panhandle Humane Society, 2,948.45 Contribution/Fees; Paul L. Reed Construction, 155.63 Svc; Petty Cash, 28.94 Petty Cash; Ping, 214.56 Merchandise; Pitney Bowes, 900.00 Sup/Postage; Platte Valley Human Resources, 30.00 Subscriptions/ Dues; Powerplan OIB, 1,408.97 Repairs/Maint; Print Express, 494.70 Printing Svc; Pro Quality Pest Control, 29.00 Oper. Exp; Quest, Inc., 341.46 Equip. Maint; R & C Welding & Fabrication, 168.68 Maint; Ramada Inn, 70.00 Travel Exp; RDJ Specialties, Inc., 180.11 Misc; Recorded Books, LLC, 80.25 Books; Recovery Systems Co., Inc., 1,514.81 Equip. Maint; Robinson Electric, 60.00 Repairs; Roosevelt Public Power District, 27.47 Utilities; Sandberg Implement, Inc., 124.50 Sup; Scaletron Industries, L.T.D., 364.50 Load Cell; SCB Co. Ambulance Svc, 316.23 Contract; SCB Co. Court, 282.50 Filing Fees/Court Costs; SCB Police Department, 225.00 Annual Firearms Range Bill; Scottsbluff Towing Svc, 70.00 Svc; SCB Winnelson Co., 2.96 Sup; Secretary of State, 30.00 Renew Carol Martin Notary; Senior Citizens Center, 525.00 Contribution; Simon Contractors, 269.50 Equip/Maint; Slafter Oil Co., 1,797.42 Sup; Solutions EAP, 244.55 Svcs; Source Gas, 4,083.89 Svcs; Terry Carpenter, Inc., 650.00 Water Well Land Rent; Titleist, 312.00 Merchandise; Tumbleweed Press Inc., 399.00 Subscription Renewal; Marcia Turner, 520.00 Refund Wedding Deposit; Twin City Development, 12,500.00 Contribution; USA Blue Book, 23.68 Operating Sup; Utility Solution Association, Inc., 108.20 Sup; Van Pelt Fencing, 540.80, Repairs/Maint; Westco, 10,718.91 Oper. Sup; Western Area Power Administration, 152.82 Transmission Line; Western Pathology Consultants, 59.60 Svcs; Western Plains Business Solutions, 219.15 Svc. Agreement; Wholesale Motive Svc., 130.55 Sup; Winchell Cleaning Svc, 820.00 Admin Office & Civic Center Cleaning; Winfield Solutions, LLC, 107.50 Sup. On roll call vote, the following voted “AYE”: Smith, Christensen, Gibbs, McFarland, Hillman-Kortum, Shields, Morrison and Escamilla. “NAY”: None. Absent: None. ASPHALT OVERLAY ON U STREET Director of Public Works, Pat Heath commented on the asphalt overlay on U Street from Five Rocks Road west to the landfill entrance. This project is one that the City has wanted to do since accepting Scottsbluff’s trash. Previously, the City put on some millings for a base. A quote was received from Simon Contractors as a sole source bid as Simon Contractors are the only company providing asphalt in our area. Staff recommended to award to Simon Contractors. Public Works Director Heath indicated that it is planned to have this done this month; however, $60,000 of the cost will come out of this year’s budget, and the remainder will come out of next year’s budget. Mayor Wiedeman inquired if the 2-inch overlay is adequate and Public Works Director Heath indicated it is. Councilmember Shields inquired about the quote amount and Public Works Director Heath commented that the amount is what was expected. Councilmember McFarland moved and Gibbs seconded to approve the proposal from Simon Contractors in the amount of $71,825.00 for asphalt overlay on U Street from Five Rocks Road west to the landfill entrance. On roll call vote, the following voted “AYE”: Smith, Christensen, Gibbs, McFarland, Hillman-Kortum, Shields, Morrison and Escamilla. “NAY”: None. Absent: None. TWIN CITIES DEVELOPMENT UPDATE Twin Cities Development Executive Director Rawnda Pierce provided an update of activities. Due to the economy, TCD has been in a holding pattern on economic development. They have looked outside the box to see what else they could work on. Some new projects are: Neighborhood Stabilization Program grant; Business Retention Program; Downtown Revitalization grant; purchase of US Bank building; housing grants; a construction program with Scottsbluff High School; working with WNCC to develop vocational trades program; www.wehavejobs.net job posting website and recruitment program; providing administrative support for the Heartland Expressway program; TCD staff completed the CDBG Certified Administrator training program; worked on the Certified Economic Development Community Program for both Scottsbluff and Gering; economic development and recruitment. Ms. Pierce indicated that Gering monitors Gering’s Neighborhood Stabilization Program grant and WNHO monitors Scottsbluff’s Neighborhood Stabilization Program grant. Scottsbluff has contracted to demolish 53 properties. It has gone well and has brought a lot of money into the community. The Business Retention Program will be a 3 year project with the State of Nebraska. There will be a team of people going out to the communities along with DECA students. Twin Cities Development has been in the process of acquiring the U.S. Bank building on Broadway and has applied for a grant to put in some living quarters in the upper level of that building. It is planned to have six apartments. Three of them will need to be targeted towards an income qualification and the other three can be rented to professionals. Twin Cities Development is continuing their downtown assistance program, housing program and rehabilitation program. They have rehabilitated 14 homes so far through that program. Ms. Pierce commented on the downtown revitalization grant and indicated that Gering still has some studies to complete with regard to blighted and substandard areas before that grant can be applied for Gering. TCD has received $30,000 for planning and $350,000 for implementation and Ms. Pierce indicated this is a matching program and none of that money will be allocated for the US Bank project. Councilmember Gibbs inquired about what is lacking on Gering’s currently defined blighted areas and Ms. Pierce said it is not contiguous to the entire area being defined and all businesses need to be included. Ms. Pierce commented on the wehavejobs and careerlink websites and indicated they have seen a large increase from hits originating outside of Nebraska. There are 162 jobs posted right now. They are giving an average of four to eight community tours a month, 45 to 60 minutes per tour. Sixty new families have moved into the community since January 2010. They have also participated and sponsored the Business and Industry tours. There are about nine businesses that participate. TCD is still doing as much economic development as they can. Ms. Pierce commented on a small ag processing company and indicated that there is an international company that they have worked with for the past three years. TCD is also working with WNCC to develop and create a vocational trades program that will train and keep local youth in the area. They would like to look at some strategic planning of how they can develop some areas in the community and suggested getting a task force together to work on that. TCD was recently contacted by a national preservation group about reopening the McKinley School and looking at some other options for that property. Councilmember Christensen commented that he feels TCD is going in the right direction. Ms. Pierce commented that it is hoped they can get back into economic development, but it is going to be awhile and hopefully cities can hang on to what they have. STEEL GRILL ROOF TOP PATIO Lisa Weborg, owner of Steel Grill, would like to expand her licensed premise and the only way to expand her business is to build a roof top patio. Ms. Weborg is also planning to apply for a catering license in addition to her Class C license. The roof top patio will fit approximately 45 to 50 people. M. C. Schaff has reviewed their plans and Rusch Construction is their contractor. She wanted to approach the council to see if they had any concerns or questions before they go to the expense of remodeling. Mayor Wiedeman indicated that Building Inspector Sam Klassert had provided comments upon review of the plans and Ms. Weborg and Stu Rusch, Rusch’s Construction, indicated they have received the comments. Mr. Rusch commented that item number 7 indicates deck and supporting members shall be constructed with steel to match existing building. He stated that the existing building on the outside of the perimeter is metal but the roof system and the building is wood and that is how it was designed. He said that maybe it was not explained to Mr. Klassert that it is engineered as wood. Mayor Wiedeman commented on the occupancy load. The plans show occupancy load of 50 people and Mr. Klassert’s calculations indicate 46. Mr. Rusch will check on that. They plan to put a chain link fence on the inside along the top area and there will not be a roof on the patio. It will be like an expanded smoking area. Inquiries were made on whether it was ADA accessible and it was indicated that this area doesn’t have to be ADA accessible. Ms. Weborg commented that the addition to the licensed premise will also include the Morton building and it is planned to cater out of that building. Mayor Wiedeman indicated this will be sent to City staff for their review. SPECIAL DESIGNATED LICENSE FOR STEEL GRILL Ms. Lisa Weborg, owner of Steel Grill, would like to celebrate their one-year anniversary and use the Morton building east of her establishment for a dance and beer garden on September 17th and 18th, 2010. Port-a-potties will be provided and cattle gates will be installed out front. Captain Rogers indicated that he had heard of no issues from previous events. Councilmember Gibbs moved and McFarland seconded to approve the application for special designated license from Steel Grill to serve beer, wine and distilled spirits for a dance and beer garden on September 17 and 18, 2010 from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. at 2800 N. 10th Street. On roll call vote, the following voted “AYE”: Smith, Christensen, Gibbs, McFarland, Hillman-Kortum, Shields, Morrison and Escamilla. “NAY”: None. Absent: None. EMERGENCY INTERCONNECTION AT TERRYTOWN Electric Utilities Superintendent Ron Doggett and Dennis Wademan from NPPD have been working on an agreement to interconnect Terrytown’s and Gering’s electric systems. The interconnection point is located at 10th Street and Martha Road in Terrytown and the agreement is to maintain in place an interconnection point as an emergency, or back up, feed. Electric Superintendent Doggett commented that this provides potential benefits to both parties and the citizens. Mr. Wademan indicated this provides emergency backups for both systems and will assist in getting repairs made as quickly as possible. Mayor Wiedeman extended her appreciation to them for going the extra steps to get this accomplished.
Councilmember Hillman-Kortum moved and Christensen seconded to authorize Mayor Wiedeman to sign the letter agreement to facilitate the emergency interconnection at Terrytown with the City of Gering. On roll call vote, the following voted “AYE”: Smith, Christensen, Gibbs, McFarland, Hillman-Kortum, Shields, Morrison and Escamilla. “NAY”: None. Absent: None. CAPWN FIBER OPTIC LINE Director of Public Works Pat Heath commented on the agreement for Community Action Partnership of Western Nebraska (CAPWN) to install a fiber optic line. The agreement is to construct, maintain and operate an underground communication fiber optic line from 975 Crescent Drive to 3350 10th Street to link the two buildings. This agreement allows CAPWN to cross the City’s 100 foot easement. They will bore underneath the road and they have hired a local company to bore underneath and CAPWN will bear that cost. Public Works Director Heath commented that the City has charged them a one- time $100 fee for the agreement and a $100 deposit for accurate locations of that line to show on the City’s base drawings. The deposit will be reimbursed. Staff recommendation is for council to authorize the Mayor to sign the agreement. Councilmember Shields moved and Morrison seconded to approve the agreement for Community Action Partnership of Western Nebraska (CAPWN) to construct, maintain and operate an underground communication fiber optic line across Crescent Drive and authorize Mayor Wiedeman to sign the agreement. On roll call vote, the following voted “AYE”: Smith, Christensen, Gibbs, McFarland, Hillman-Kortum, Shields, Morrison and Escamilla. “NAY”: None. Absent: None. CONSTRUCTION REVIEW SERVICES AGREEMENT Director of Public Works Pat Heath reviewed an agreement for a consultant for the D Street, Rundell Road – Lockwood Road project. The agreement is with M. C. Schaff for the inspection services not to exceed $48,509.96, which is to be paid with federal funds. The City will incur little or no out of pocket expenses. Public Works Director Heath indicated this was quite an ordeal and commented on the process. The contract is the State’s contract and is part of the LPA program. It was planned to start this project this week; however, the contractor is waiting for an environmental permit, so it is hoped to start next week. Councilmember McFarland inquired if they will bill actual costs and Public Works Director Heath said yes. Councilmember Morrison moved and McFarland seconded to authorize Mayor Wiedeman to sign the Agreement for Construction Review Services between M. C. Schaff & Associates and the City of Gering for consultant services for D Street, Rundell-Lockwood Road, Project No. URB-5724(2). On roll call vote, the following voted “AYE”: Smith, Christensen, Gibbs, McFarland, Hillman-Kortum, Shields, Morrison and Escamilla. “NAY”: None. Absent: None.
RESOLUTION CONSULTANT SELECTION City of Gering Resolution No. 8-10-2 WHEREAS: Certain transportation facilities (roads, streets, trails, and others) in City of Gering have been designated as being eligible for federal funds by the Federal Highway Administration in compliance with federal laws pertaining thereto; WHEREAS: City of Gering desires to continue to participate in Federal-Aid transportation construction programs; WHEREAS: The Nebraska Department of Roads as a recipient of said Federal funds is charged with oversight of the expenditures of said funds; WHEREAS: City of Gering as a sub-recipient of said Federal-Aid funding is charged with the responsibility of expending said funds in accordance with Federal and State law, the rules and regulations of the Federal Highway Administration, the requirements of the Local Public Agency (LPA) Guidelines Manual of the Nebraska Department of Roads, including the Consultant Selection process as stated in the LPA Guidelines Manual; and WHEREAS: City of Gering understands that the failure to meet all requirements for federal funding could lead to a project(s) being declared ineligible for federal funds, which could result in City of Gering being required to repay some or all of the federal funds expended for a project(s). BE IT RESOLVED: The City of Gering City Council does hereby adopt and bind itself to comply with all applicable federal law, including the rules and regulations of the Federal Highway Administration, all applicable state law and rules and regulations (Nebraska Administrative Code) and the requirements of the LPA Guidelines Manual of the Nebraska Department of Roads, including the Consultant Selection process as stated in the LPA Guidelines Manual. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED: The City of Gering City Council does hereby designate the following as responsible for the management of the Consultant Selection process: Transportation Supervisor – Responsible Charge. Councilmember Gibbs introduced and moved the adoption of the resolution. Motion was seconded by Councilmember McFarland. On roll call vote, the following voted “AYE”: Smith, Christensen, Gibbs, McFarland, Hillman-Kortum, Shields, Morrison and Escamilla. “NAY”: None. Absent: None.
Whereupon the Mayor declared said Motion carried and Resolution passed. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand officially and affix the seal of said City this 23rd day of August, 2010.
/s/Susan K. Wiedeman, Mayor ATTEST: /s/Rosemarie D. Russell, City Clerk PURCHASE OF PROPERTY FROM NASH-FINCH COMPANY City Administrator Lane Danielzuk commented on the real property purchase agreement for the purchase of approximately one-half acre from Nash-Finch Company located at Lot 3, Trails Edge Plaza. It is part of the parking lot area that the Sunmart building and several other businesses surround the perimeter of. It is a clean-up mechanism in order for the City to have control over that area. There is also an easement attached to the purchase of that property and controls an access related issue. The purchase price is $33,000. City Administrator Danielzuk commented on Nash Finch’s Conditions Precedent to Closing and indicated there is a right of first refusal release that Nash Finch is required to get; however, before they do that, the City needs to commit to the purchase of the property. The agreement is pretty much a standard agreement and City Attorney Jim Ellison indicated this clears the path for all that grocery store property. Councilmember Gibbs asked for clarification of the location of the property and City Administrator Danielzuk indicated it is roughly where the street used to run through. It is a necessary cleanup in order to complete a project that will take place on that site. Councilmember Christensen inquired as to why this wasn’t taken care of when that building was purchased and Councilmember McFarland indicated that it was discussed when the Sunmart building was purchased that the City did not have that entire parking lot. Councilmember McFarland moved and Gibbs seconded to authorize the mayor to sign the Real Property Purchase Agreement with Nash-Finch Company in the amount of $33,000. On roll call vote, the following voted “AYE”: Smith, Christensen, Gibbs, McFarland, Hillman-Kortum, Shields, Morrison and Escamilla. “NAY”: None. Absent: None. CLOSED SESSION Councilmember McFarland moved and Hillman-Kortum seconded to enter into closed session at 8:05 p.m. to discuss Gering Bargaining Unit Tentative Agreement and Local Union No. 1597 IBEW Union Tentative Agreement and for protection of public interest. On roll call vote, the following voted “AYE”: Smith, Christensen, Gibbs, McFarland, Hillman-Kortum, Shields, Morrison and Escamilla. “NAY”: None. Absent: None. Mayor Wiedeman stated the motion has passed to enter into closed session at 8:05 p.m. for the purpose of discussing only the Gering Bargaining Unit Tentative Agreement and Local Union No. 1597 IBEW Union Tentative Agreement and for protection of public interest. Councilmember Gibbs moved and McFarland seconded to end closed session and the discussion of Gering Bargaining Unit Tentative Agreement and Local Union No. 1597 IBEW Union Tentative Agreement at 8:44 p.m. On roll call vote, the following voted “AYE”: Smith, Christensen, Gibbs, McFarland, Hillman- Kortum, Shields, Morrison and Escamilla. “NAY”: None. Absent: None. GERING BARGAINING UNIT TENTATIVE AGREEMENT It was indicated there has been a request from the Police Union to reconsider something in the agreement and Councilmember McFarland moved and Morrison seconded to move the agreement back to negotiations. On roll call vote, the following voted “AYE”: Smith, Christensen, Gibbs, McFarland, Hillman-Kortum, Shields, Morrison and Escamilla. “NAY”: None. Absent: None. LOCAL UNION NO. 1597 IBEW TENTATIVE AGREEMENT Councilmember Morrison moved and Escamilla seconded to approve the Local Union No. 1597 IBEW Tentative Agreement. On roll call vote, the following voted “AYE”: Smith, Christensen, Gibbs, McFarland, Hillman-Kortum, Shields, Morrison and Escamilla. “NAY”: None. Absent: None. There being no further business, Councilmember Christensen moved and Smith seconded the meeting be adjourned at 8:46 p.m. On roll call vote, the following voted “AYE”: Smith, Christensen, Gibbs, McFarland, Hillman-Kortum, Shields, Morrison and Escamilla. “NAY”: None. Absent: None.
Susan K. Wiedeman, Mayor Rosemarie D. Russell, City Clerk
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