President of Council Kathy McNear called Council to order on January 3, 2001, at 7:00 p.m.

The governmental body and those in attendance recited the pledge of allegiance.

Mr. Knox took roll call. Present were Council members Danbury, Galster, Pollitt, Squires, Vanover, Wilson and McNear.

The minutes of December 20, 2000 were approved with seven affirmative votes with a correction on page 7287. Change "notified to notify."

COMMUNICATIONS

Mayor Webster said I have a correspondence from one of our residents. Itís a follow up to a topic we talked about at the last couple of Council meetings regarding the situation with the day care center and the residents on Naylor Court. As I reported at the last meeting I thought Council should be very proud of the way Mr. Galster represented Council and their wishes back to Planning Commission. We also have another member of Council who has been very instrumental in trying to get it resolved. This letter is addressed to him with a copy to me. Itís dated December 18 to Mr. Danbury and members of Planning Commission. "We want to thank Randy Danbury for his efforts on behalf of the problems we are having with the day care center in our neighborhood. He brought this problem to the attention of Planning Commission and was very helpful to us with his suggestions and support. We also want to thank the Planning Commission for letting us discuss this situation and also express our strong opinions and complaints. Weíre sure that this problem will soon be resolved with your help. Yours truly, Shirley and Mike Sharkey (also representing the other signers of the petition)."

Mr. Danbury said I donít think I should take credit for anything. Itís been a group effort. The Sharkeys wrote letters to the City addressed to me and the Mayor but I think Council uniformly endorsed trying to find a resolution to the situation. The credit needs to go to the Planning Commission for working with the people. Lastly, I think Creative Kids Center should be commended for trying to work with the City as well.

COMMUNICATIONS FROM THE AUDIENCE - none

Christmas Decorations Awards

Mayor Webster said itís nice to see so many smiling faces here tonight. You folks outdid yourself this year. You lit up in a marvelous way. As most of you have read or seen, we added a new wrinkle to what we gave out this year. For starters we selected a most decorated street. If you live on Allen Avenue you know that your street was the winner as the most decorated street in the City of Springdale. Also, Beacon Hills was declared the most decorated subdivision. Congratulations to all of you. Also, we have people who knock themselves out every year and blow the competition away so we put them in a class by themselves. We give them an award called the Outstanding Holiday Award. We have six families who have been here on numerous occasions with either a first or second place award so we put them in a group by themselves just to give everybody else a chance to get some recognition. There were some homes that were decorated that didnít have their lights turned on when we went by. Whenever possible we went back to those homes. A couple of them were lit and we changed our judging in one particular case. There were a couple of others where you could see things on the lawn and lighting all over but they werenít lit. I also would like to thank my wife for helping me with this. We enjoy it and every year somebody adds something different to it.

The winners are:

Outstanding Holiday Awards

12065 Brookston Tolar Family

799 Yorkhaven Road Runge Family

580 Cloverdale Avenue Plum Family

681 Allen Avenue Bosken Family

11783 Van Cleve Avenue Salatowski Family

12122 Audie Court Rish Family

AREA #1- Beacon and Oxford Hills

Kenn Rd.(north of I-275)

1st Place 808 Ashcroft Court Lee Family

2nd Place 805 Ashcroft Court Smith Family

3rd Place 866 Clearfield Lane Svach Family

HM 860 Yorkhaven Road Kortanek Family

HM 12180 Kenn Road Brooks Family

HM 804 Cedarhill Drive Thompson Family HM 894 Cedarhill Drive Striker Family

HM 12015 Elkridge Drive Hendrickson Family

AREA #2 Ė Springdale Lake Dr.

Ray Norrish Dr.

Glensprings Area(including five cul-de-sacs)

1st Place 12095 Springdale Lake Drive Veldhuis Family

2nd Place 699 Glensprings Drive Foster Family

3rd Place 11817 Woodvale Court Ricks Family

HM 12195 Springdale Lake Drive Steinke Family

HM 11985 Springdale Lake Drive Okum Family

HM 467 Maple Circle Drive Marshall Family

HM 11856 Glenfalls Court Ramsey Family

AREA #3 Ė Cloverdale Area, Smiley, Park, and Allen

West Kemper (west of Route 4) (north side)

Kenn Rd. (south of I-275)

S.R. 4 (north of Kemper)

1st Place 567 Smiley Avenue Sunderman Family

2nd Place 693 Allen Avenue Singer Family

3rd Place 696 Allen Avenue Emerson Family

HM 607 Smiley Avenue Curry Family

HM 517 Cloverdale Avenue Hamm Family

HM 462 Dimmick Wolf Family

HM 686 Cloverdale Avenue Ruby M Grant

AREA #4 Ė Observatory Area, Grandin Area

Baldwin Subdivision

West Kemper (south side)

1st Place 11551 Madison Avenue Heckman Family

2nd Place 585 Grandin Avenue Di Marco Family

3rd Place 583 Lafayette Avenue Brabbs Family

HM 11493 Whallon Court Fenstermacher Family

HM 530 Observatory Drive Baker Family

HM 577 Observatory Drive Foster Family

AREA #5 Ė Glenview Subdivision

Cameron Road Area

West Sharon Rd.

Olde Gate

1st Place 375 Cameron Road Stacy Family

2nd Place 376 Cameron Road Williamson Family

3rd Place 482 Vista Glen Leach Family

HM 403 Vista Glen Ketring Family

HM 475 Rockcrest Drive Munlin Family

HM 361 Naylor Court Warken Family

AREA #6 Ė Springdale Terrace Subdivision

Royal Oaks Subdivision

West Kemper (east of Route 4)

1st Place 11718 Van Cleve Avenue Carroll Family

2nd Place 11813 Neuss Avenue Brady Family

3rd Place 249 Ruskin Drive Shroyer Family

HM 118 Ruskin Drive Meece Family

HM 249 Diston Lane Andrews Family

HM 16677 Van Cleve Avenue Shelia Fisher

HM 202 Diston Lane Sayegh Family

Area #7 Ė Heritage Hill Subdivision

McClellans Lane

East Crescentville Road

1st Place 705 Castro Lane William Wolsing

2nd Place 829 Crescentville Road E Rokiski Family

3rd Place 876 Tivioli Lane McKnight Family

HM 777 Castro Lane Akers Family

HM 12158 Audie Court Monson Family

HM 877 Tivioli Lane Farmer Family

RESOLUTION R4-2001 "COMMENDING DON FISH FOR HIS DEDICATION AND SERVICE TO THE CITY OF SPRINGDALE"

Mr. Danbury made a motion to adopt and Mr. Wilson seconded.

Mr. Danbury said Iíve known Don since I was ten years old and he is one of the nicest guys Iíve ever met. He always has a smile on his face. He has been a part of Springdale for a long time and I was really excited when he was able to help out. I know he has other opportunities right now and less time to spend with the City. I appreciate all your work for the City. You are a great individual.

Resolution R4-2001 passed with seven affirmative votes.

Mr. Fish said I want to thank all the members of Council for nominating me five years ago and giving me the opportunity to see some of the workings of Springdale City government. I also want to thank all the people from the Mayor down for all the help they have given me in trying to understand how things work in the political arena. I was glad to do my part in whatever capacity I could.

ORDINANCE NO. 76-2000 "AMENDING THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF SPRINGDALE, OHIO, BY THE ADOPTION OF NEW ORDINANCES AND THE AMENDMENT OF EXISTING ORDINANCES FOR THE PURPOSE OF CONFORMING THE SPRINGDALE CODE TO NEW AND AMENDED SECTIONS OF THE OHIO REVISED CODE"

Mr. Galster made a motion to read by title only and Mr. Danbury seconded. The motion passed with seven affirmative votes.

Mr. Danbury made a motion to adopt and Mr. Vanover seconded.

Ordinance 76-2000 passed with seven affirmative votes.

ORDINANCE NO. 77-2000 "ENACTING AND ADOPTING THE 1999 SUPPLEMENT TO THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF SPRINGDALE, OHIO"

Mr. Vanover made a motion to adopt and Mr. Squires seconded.

Ordinance 77-2000 passed with seven affirmative votes.

Public Hearing

ORDINANCE NO. 95-2000 "APPROVING THE PRELIMINARY DEVELOPMENT PLAN (PUD) OF APPROXIMATELY 2.0779 ACRES LOCATED AT NORTHEAST CORNER OF EAST KEMPER ROAD AND MCCLELLANS LANE (MIKEíS CAR WASH)" 12-06-00

Mr. Joe Trauth said I think Mr. Knox and the ordinance explain fairly well where we are in the process. This is a site of 2.08 acres at the northeast corner of Kemper Road and McClellanís Lane. Mr. Bill Dom, president of Mikeís Car Wash is with us. They have sixteen locations in the Indianapolis area and two in the greater Cincinnati area. We also have Mr. Gary Murray of the engineering firm who works with Mikeís Car Wash.

Mr. Murray gave a slide presentation. The City Engineer wanted to keep the extra green space so we agreed to push everything back between the site and the road. Mr. Murray showed slides from other locations. The building is all brick. The driveway entrance and exit are heated. They do a fully enclosed, three-sided brick dumpster enclosure with a nice wood fence. They sod their sites so the day they open they look pretty nice. All the people who work there wear ties. We are proposing four bays.

Mr. Trauth said since the Planning Commission meeting we have submitted a lighting plan and a detailed signage plan which the staff is currently reviewing. We also submitted covenants to the Administration.

Mr. Danbury asked what are your hours of operation?

Mr. Murray replied 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. The self-service bays are open 24 hours a day.

Mr. Galster said there are some issues in Planning still outstanding. There is an issue of setbacks, signage and lighting. Overall, I visited the one on Beechmont Avenue and it was extremely well-lit. That is an issue of concern to Planning Commission at this time. There is also an issue as to the look of the open bays as they face Kemper Road. Those issues will be handled in Planning Commission during the final phase.

Ms. Pollitt asked are the vacuum islands at the back of the car wash? Also, I noticed there are nine parking bays. Is that sufficient for this type of operation?

Mr. Murray replied that is sufficient. It does meet the ordinance. There is room on the northeast corner of the site to do parallel parking if it becomes an issue.

Mr. Vanover asked Mr. Shvegzda, have the retention questions been ironed out?

Mr. Shvegzda replied I believe we have enough information to insure that they can be constructed. We are waiting for detail information for final design.

Mr. Galster made a motion to adopt and Mr. Danbury seconded.

Ordinance 95-2000 passed with seven affirmative votes.

Public Hearing

ORDINANCE NO. 96-2000 "AMENDING THE ZONING CODE AND ZONING MAP OF THE CITY OF SPRINGDALE, OHIO, TO PROVIDE FOR THE REZONING OF APPROXIMATELY 2.0779 ACRES LOCATED A T THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF EAST KEMPER ROAD AND MCCLELLANS LANE FROM RSH-E (RESIDENTIAL SINGLE HOUSEHOLD-ESTATE DENSITY) TO PUD (PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT)(MIKEíS CAR WASH)" 12-06-00

Mr. Wilson asked, how many customers do you service during a normal work week on a daily basis.

Mr. Dom answered it would be 300-350 customers on a daily basis. We are a very weather-related business. We get windows of opportunity. Itís possible to do zero cars and on a good day we could do 700-800. This facility is very spacious and will be very comfortable in terms of handling traffic and not causing any congestion.

Mr. Danbury made a motion to adopt and Mr. Vanover seconded.

Ordinance 96-2000 passed with seven affirmative votes.

Public Hearing

ORDINANCE NO. 97-2000 "APPROVING THE PRELIMINARY DEVELOPMENT PLAN (PUD) OF APPROXIMATELY 17.5823 ACRES LOCATED AT SPRINGDALE PLAZA, 459 EAST KEMPER ROAD"

Mr. Paul Gugino, Paragon Consultants, said I represent the developer who recently acquired the Springdale Plaza. Working with staff and Planning Commission we have come up with a very interesting concept to give a total redevelopment of what is now somewhat of an eyesore in the City of Springdale. In the rear quadrant we have what is now an empty Burlington Coat Factory, Pharmor Drug Store and an empty Steinbergís. The plan will be to demolish those buildings. We will be coming in with three major retail anchors which will be Circuit City, Bed, Bath and Beyond and DSW Shoe Warehouse. We also plan to take the existing retail shops and using a good coordination of colors, remode the entire façade, coming up with a new sign bin and building that into a redevelopment of the Michaelís Store. We also intend to add 13,000 square feet of retail adjacent to the Michaelís building. We are working with two well-known tenants to go into that space. We also intend to take half of the site and grade it down so it will not be sticking up in the air as it does now with the foundations hanging out towards Kemper Road. We will be stepping the buildings down. We will resurface the entire parking lot and change the direction of the parking. We have moved the ingress/egress locations to line up with Loweís. Weíve moved them down on Kemper Road to avoid stacking problems for people making right turns into the center. We will also have all new site lighting. Itís the exact same thing that is at Loweís so we will have a uniform look there.

Mr. Gugino showed pictures of the site. There are about three bushes and seventeen dead ones there now. The large building is vacant. The parking lot is full of pot holes and falling apart. We have proposed an enormous amount of landscaping. When you come down Kemper or the backside of Tri-County you will see landscaping and screening. All the dumpsters are screened. On the rear side we are going to add a complete sidewalk. Weíve incorporated landscaping on the backside. We will take the alley between the two centers and will be constructing what we call a pork chop, which will prevent people from making that terrible turn left out of that alley and causing accidents. I think it will be a welcomed addition to the community. We have worked with staff to meld all the materials so the colors all blend. The anchor stores have worked with us and changed some of their prototypical looks. Weíve incorporated signage into the building. Weíre constructing a new pylon in front of the center and also a ground sign. Although weíre adding 13,000 square feet of retail, by knocking down the rear buildings and reconfiguring, there is a net loss of 19,000 square feet. We have worked with the city engineers and have worked the site detention which is adequate. I think it will be an exciting addition to the City.

Mr. Vanover made a motion to adopt and Mr. Squires seconded.

Mr. Wilson said I notice that you have anchors F and E. Do you know what kind of establishments will be there?

Mr. Gugino responded right now we are working with Panera Bread and either Kinkoís or Menís Warehouse.

Mr. Wilson said I was on Planning when something like that was brought up a couple of years ago. Are you looking at businesses that would not generate a lot of traffic but constant traffic?

Mr. Gugino replied these businesses are a destination type thing. We have ample parking, much more than required by code. Weíve redone the circulation in the back. I know that alley is a big pain to the City.

Mr. Osborn stated itís already been emphasized tonight that this site as it currently exists is not one of the marquee locations in Springdale. We saw a real opportunity when the Schottenstein Interests came along and indicated that they were interested in acquiring the property. They and their team have been a very well organized group in working with us and trying to resolve issues. There are still some technical issues outstanding on the site but Iím certain we can resolve those as well. The concept is certainly excellent for this location. Everything they are suggesting to do is certainly positive. Last summer or fall we were attempting to acquire the right-of-way for Kemper Road. At the point where we had almost reached the conclusion with the former owner, there was a price for the right-of-way take of $50,000. Once the Schottenstein Interests took ownership that was converted to a straight donation of right-of-way to the City. The current owner is responsible with providing us with the necessary right-of-way to do the improvements along Kemper Road across their frontage. Again, Iíd like to commend them for that public gesture.

Mr. Galster said I have to agree with Mr. Wilson that there is a lot of parking there and we are trying to get as much green space in that parking space as we can. There is an issue with the entrance off the back of the building where the two additional retail spaces were added. A lot of the other issues have already been taken care of. We have a right turn lane to get people off Tri-County Parkway. They moved exits to take care of blind areas coming off Tri-County Parkway, when you are exiting closer to Circuit City. Signage is still to be decided. Iíve been on Planning Commission for five to six years. Itís nice to see new developments but Iím really excited about this because it is one of the worst retail areas in the City of Springdale. This is a class development. It's a major improvement to the City of Springdale.

Mr. Danbury said you have two different signs. Will you have both?

Mr. Gugino replied that would be our intention. The pylon sign will be moved a little bit and it will be lowered.

Mr. Danbury asked when do you expect to commence construction?

Mr. Gugino replied we expect to move forward. The hope is to get going the beginning of February and to open the major anchors for business in late August or September of this year.

Mr. Danbury and Ms. Pollitt both said this will be a great addition.

Mr. Osborn said I just wanted to go back to one of the comments Mr. Galster made. One of the items Planning Commission dealt with was a right turn lane into the northernmost driveway. Given some of the other traffic issues we were able to identify associated with that retail location, and some other alternatives in trying to mitigate that problem, we are not asking them to do a right turn lane there.

Mrs. McNear said we can all agree that this area needs a face lift and it looks like itís going to be a very nice operation.

Ordinance 97-2000 passed with seven affirmative votes.

Public Hearing

ORDINANCE NO. 98-2000 "AMENDING THE ZONING CODE AND ZONING MAP OF THE CITY OF SPRINGDALE, OHIO, TO PROVIDE FOR THE REZONING OF APPROXIMATELY 17.5823 ACRES LOCATED AT SPRINGDALE PLAZA, 459 EAST KEMPER ROAD FROM GB (GENERAL BUSINESS) TO PUD (PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT)"

Mr. Squires made a motion to adopt and Ms. Pollitt seconded.

Mayor Webster said I too think we are getting rid of one of the worst retail strips we have in the City and this looks like a marvelous development. It seems like it wasnít too many years ago that we were dedicating the new Robert Hall Village. That was in the early 70s and we were very happy to see that building go up. Needless to say, the owners of that plaza have not done a very good job of maintaining it and we are very pleased for you people to take that over. Also, on behalf of the City we thank you for your donation of the public right-of-way.

Ordinance 98-2000 passed with seven affirmative votes.

ORDINANCE NO. 1-2001 "ANNUAL APPROPRIATION ORDINANCE FOR FISCAL YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 2001

Mr. Vanover made a motion to adopt and Mr. Squires seconded.

Mr. Knox said there were actually two copies of this ordinance turned out. I would like to show you where the change was. On the first page, on the transfer in, approximately 2/3 of the way down the page, that figure originally was $1,141,203. That has been changed to $1,198,380. Mr. Williams discovered something and after talking it over it was decided that this was the best way to handle it. You will also see that change reflected in Exhibit B in the Administration Department where General Administration was $3,013,082. It is now $3,070,259.

Ordinance 1-2001 passed with seven affirmative votes.

Mrs. McNear opened nominations for Charter Revision.

Mr. Squires said I take great pride in nominating Mr. Bob Weckman of 12030 Brookston Drive. Bob has been a resident of Springdale for thirty years. Professionally he was Vice-President in Charge of Internal Audits of Citizens Federal Bank in Dayton, Ohio. He retired in 1998. He has outstanding service to Springdale already. He was on Recreation Commission for one year. Then he served on City Council for eight years and was President of Council for two years.

Mr. Vanover said I would like to nominate John Butsch. John has been a resident of Heritage Hill with his wife, Sherry, since April 1997. He is a 1984 graduate of Mt. Healthy High School. After high school John was employed as an electrician and attended night classes at Cincinnati Technical College, where he received an associateís degree in electrical/mechanical engineering in 1992. After receiving this degree he was employed as an instrumentation controls technician for a chemical manufacturing company in Cincinnati. John is currently employed as an instrumentation and control systems engineer, and is attending night classes at Northern Kentucky University in an attempt to complete his bachelor of science degree in manufacturing technology.

Mr. Squires said relative to Mr. Weckmanís nomination, he will be out of town from January 10 to March 1. He always goes to Florida for that length of time.

Mr. Butsch was nominated by a vote of 4-3.

RESOLUTION R22-2000 "APPOINTING JOHN BUTSCH AS A MEMBER OF THE CHARTER REVISION COMMISSION"

Mr. Vanover made a motion to adopt and Mr. Squires seconded.

Resolution R22-2000 passed with seven affirmative votes.

RESOLUTION R1-2001 "AUTHORIZING THE INVESTMENT OF MUNICIPAL FUNDS"

Ms. Pollitt made a motion to adopt and Mr. Squires seconded.

Resolution R1-2001 passed with seven affirmative votes.

RESOLUTION R2-2001 "REQUESTING ADVANCE PAYMENT FROM THE COUNTY AUDITOR"

Mr. Galster made a motion to adopt and Mr. Vanover seconded.

Resolution R2-2001 passed with seven affirmative votes.

RESOLUTION R3-2001 "COMMENDING CARMEN DANIELS FOR HER DEDICATION AND SERVICE TO THE CITY OF SPRINGDALE"

Mr. Vanover made a motion to adopt and Mr. Wilson seconded.

Mr. Vanover said Mrs. Daniels is one of those individuals, like a number of residents in the City, who puts her actions behind her vocalizations. The first time I talked to her she was concerned about activities for the kids at the Rec Center. It was just a matter of months that she was drafted by Mr. Webster and put her words into action serving on the Rec Commission.

Mayor Webster said Carmen, I appreciate all your efforts. Carmen is one of those individuals who just came out of nowhere. I was campaigning in 1995 and knocked on her door. A half-hour later I left and it was like I had known this lady forever and ever. You just donít forget people like that so when I was asking people to serve on committees her name immediately came to mind. I called her and she graciously served for four plus years until she ran into this conflict. Carmen also was a candidate for the Board of Education a year ago. Iím sure weíll hear more from her.

Resolution R3-2001 passed with seven affirmative votes.

OLD BUSINESS

Mr. Danbury said I spoke with Mrs. Sharkey earlier tonight just to follow up and see how things are going with the noise with the Creative Kids Childcare Center. Obviously, due to the fact that itís cold weather you are not going to hear much problem with the kids. However, I just want to make Council and particularly the members of Planning Commission, aware that she said on December 27 they had outside music blaring from Saturday morning, all night long until the following evening on Sunday. This followed up on the 30th until 7:00 p.m. Itís my understanding that the day care center was closed and nobody was in there but they had music blaring on outside speakers. They had the same situation from January 1 from 10:30 in the morning until 5:00 at night. I just say that because itís my understanding that the owners will be coming back to Planning Commission with some plans for what they will be doing and Iíd like to have them remind them that we have noise ordinances about outside speakers. About four years ago we had a situation with some of the car dealers and we asked them to tone it down. In addition we have a noise ordinance. If someone had a loud car stereo we can fine them. Maybe it was done inadvertently but I want to make sure that Planning Commission is well aware of that.

Mr. Galster said we donít expect to have them back in front of us until spring when Ms. McBride is out there doing readings and giving us a report. Thereís no need for them to returning to us at this point. I guess we would recommend that Cecil be in contact with someone at the building or enforcement people and look into the infraction that may have occurred.

Mr. Osborn said I would recommend that when someone encounters a problem like this, rather than waiting for days and days and days, that they contact the Police Department. That way the Police Department can go over and at least make a log entry and serve as a witness for us as to the specific nature of the problem. We certainly will follow up with the information now that we have it.

Mr. Danbury stated I did suggest that to Mrs. Sharkey and she said that she just wanted to see how long it would go.

NEW BUSINESS

Mr. Osborn said Iím sure you all have seen that at the end of December we started removing structures that were on the former Burns property. The single family structures are down and the foundations are in the process of being removed and an engineered backfill put in place. We anticipate moving forward with the demolition of the commercial structures later this month. We would then move on to the environmental cleanup of the site in late January or early February. I have a proposal in hand from BHE Environmental Consultants. They are the engineering firm that did our Phase II environmental site assessment in 1999. They also did a study to evaluate alternatives for mediating the contamination problem on the site. That was also late 1999 or early 2000. We have the proposal in hand for the cleanup. After reviewing the alternatives both Kevin McMurray, our legal counsel dealing with environmental matters, as well as the other people on staff, felt that the best approach that served us was one where we actually remove the contaminated material and haul it to a disposal site. The other option being trying to remove the contamination on site. The problem with that is that there is no clear term on how long that could take. It could take six months. It will take us three days to have the material excavated and hauled away, given the volume that has been anticipated. It also is a little less expensive to do it the way we are proposing to do it. The volume that is estimated to be removed is 550 tons. This is again based on the Phase II study that was conducted. At the time the buildings were in place so we donít know how far the contamination might have traveled under the buildings, but the 550 tons defines a rectangle around the contaminated area, and the excavation will occur to a point where the contaminated soil no longer contains more than one part per million of the necessary dry cleaning fluid that we are trying to remove. The cost for the 550 tons of removal and disposal and testing is $64,720. We would be requesting legislation at the next meeting authorizing an agreement with BHE for this work. I might add that the cost per ton for any excavation beyond 550 tons is $99 a ton, and that is a real potential because the tests that have been done so far have been done with a geo-probe.

MEETINGS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

Planning Commission - January 9

Board of Health - January 11

Board of Zoning Appeals - January 16

COMMUNICATIONS FROM THE AUDIENCE - none

UPDATE ON LEGISLATION STILL IN DEVELOPMENT

Ordinance amending Zoning Code - February 21

RECAP OF LEGISLATIVE ITEMS REQUESTED

Agreement with BHE - January 17

Mr. Danbury made a motion for Council to go into executive session as a committee of the whole to discuss possible real estate acquisition.

Council went into executive session at 8:35 p.m.

Council adjourned at 9:10 p.m.

Respectfully submitted,

 

 

 

Edward F. Knox

Clerk of Council/Finance Director

Minutes Approved:

Kathy McNear, President of Council

 

 

__________________________, 2001