Agendas & Minutes


February 14, 2006

PAHRUMP TOWN BOARD MEETING
BOB RUUD COMMUNITY CENTER
150 NORTH HIGHWAY 160
TUESDAY – 7:00 P.M.
February 14, 2006

 


Agenda

1.    Call to Order, Pledge of Allegiance, and Welcome.

2.    Discussion and decision regarding agenda items.

3.    Public Comment. Action may not be taken on matters considered during this period until specifically included on an agenda as an action item (NRS241.020 (2) (C) (3).

4.    Discussion and Decision regarding (A) Resolution 2006-01 designating a $100,000.00 contingent liability reserve; (B) the 2005-2006 annual audit. Dan McArthur/ Town Manager

5.    Discussion and decision regarding United Way St. Patrick’s Day Parade. Raquel Maldonado/Town Manager

6.    Discussion and decision regarding Veteran’s Parade. Peter Liakopolous/Town Manager

7.    Discussion and decision regarding sponsorship of Pahrump Valley High School Rodeo Club Rodeo. Debbie Wescoatt/Paul Willis

8.    Discussion and decision regarding partnership with Southern Nevada Rural Job Connect “Get Connected” program. Laurayne Murray/Town Manager

9.    Discussion and decision regarding procedures to be used for the preparation, determination, and acceptance for proposals by the Town of Pahrump. Ron Johnson

10.    Discussion and decision regarding service agreement for PVFRS equipment maintenance. Ron Johnson

11.    Discussion and decision regarding service agreements with MAP to conduct two (2) additional CEO courses for local businesses. Max Gregorich/Town Manager

12.     Discussion and decision regarding marketing analysis for theme park for Tourism Advisory Board. Paula Glidden/Laurayne Murray

13.    Discussion and decision regarding contribution by the Town for Senior Center bus, consultation and update thereof. Town Attorney/Town Manager

14.    Discussion and decision regarding application for “Fall Festival” trade mark registration. Town Manager

15.    Discussion and decision regarding 2006 PETT requests. Town Manager

16.    Discussion and decision regarding 2006 Congressional Grant Fund requests. Town Manager

17.    Discussion and decision regarding PVFRS/County Sales Tax proceeds operations plan. Fire Chief/Town Manager

18.    Discussion and decision regarding ambulance service fees. Fire Chief/Town Manager

19.    Discussion and decision regarding Clark County, and City of Henderson MOU’s with PVFRS. Fire Chief/Town Manager

20.    Discussion and decision regarding PVFRS water tender bids. Fire Chief/ Town Manager

21.    Discussion and decision regarding purchase of water rights. Lou Holveck/Town Manager

22.    Town Manager’s report

23.    Advisory Board reports

24.    Consent Agenda Items

A.    Action - approval of Town vouchers.
B.    Action - approval of Town Board meeting minutes of January 24,2006.
C.    Action - approval of December 05 and January 06 ambulance write-offs.

25.    Discussion and decision regarding closed session concerning matters relating to the International Association of Fire Fighters (IAFF) contract negotiations.

26.    Closed session regarding matters stated above.

27.    Discussion and decision regarding any matters arising from closed session.

28.    Adjournment

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Minutes

PRESENT                            ABSENT
PAUL WILLIS
ED BISHOP
RICHARD BILLMAN
LAURAYNE MURRAY
RON JOHNSON

CALL TO ORDER:
The meeting was called to order and the Pledge of Allegiance was recited.

DISCUSSION, ACTION AND DECISION REGARDING AGENDA ITEM:
Item number 17 was removed.

PUBLIC COMMENT ACTION MAY NOT BE TAKEN ON MATTERS CONSIDERED DURING THIS PERIOD UNTIL SPECIFICALLY INCLUDED ON AN AGENDA AS AN ACTION ITEM:

A new show called “On the Spot” will be aired March 1st on channel 30, from 6:00 to 7:00 pm.

Ron Gunsin from R & S. Wastewater Solutions said that there was a board member who claimed that his business was not approved in this state and he was displeased.  He invited the community to call him for accurate information.

Sally Devlin said that we now had the monies for the plastic pool cover that would keep it warm and available year round.  She thought that it would attract business to our area.

John Weisser announced his appreciation for the town’s support throughout the years and invited the community members to the groundbreaking for the Museum expansion on February 22nd.




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Mr. Gunte said that if we had $500, 0000 dollars to spend on a swimming pool we should rebate that money back to the Taxpayers and let them decide if they want to buy a pool.

Sally Devlin announced Fiber Arts on this Friday and Saturday as well as the Fashion Show and luncheon.

DISCUSSION AND DECISION REGARDING (A) RESOLUTIOIN 2006-01 DESIGNATING A $100,000.00 CONTINGENT LIABILITY RESERVE (B) THE 2005-2006 ANNUAL AUDIT:

Mr. Richards said once the board has taken action on 1 (A) Mr. McArthur could present the audit.

CONTINGENCY RESERVE

Mr. Billman asked for motioned to approve Resolution of 2006 -01

Laurayne Murray seconded.

The motioned passed 5.0

Mr. Billman called for part (B) Discussion and Decision regarding the 2005-06 Audit.

Mr. McArthur said that he gave the Town a clean audit opinion, however; there was one area of non-compliance, page (111) of the financial report.  Mr. McArthur said the Fall Festival fund expended above their budget of $40, 030.00.

Mr. McArthur added that this fund was not driven by user fees.
He said that there was money in the fund to cover the expenditure and this was not a fund overrun.  He said that it was not a fund deficit and it was simply based on the fact that the carry over fund from the prior year was higher than anticipated as well as revenues that came in were higher than anticipated (page 88).

The activities from the Fall Festival were supported with more than the anticipated budget could carry.  Mr. McArthur said that there would be a requirement to respond to parks and taxation on the issue and that he had discussed it with
Mr. Sullivian but he did not see this as a major issue.


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Ron Johnson asked what his suggestion would be to help us recognize these situations in time so that the town would not have this problem in the future.  

Mr. McArthur explained that this situation occurred because of the fact that this 2004 budget was a new fund that was calculated without a past history of cost and
there was not a figure to base the budget by.   He suggested that we go through the budgeting processing this coming March and April and increase the budget to insure that funds are available.  

Mr. Johnson asked how many years he had managed this fund.

Mr. McArthur said about 5 years and that he believed that things were going well for the Town, therefore he gave the Town a clean audit opinion.  He invited the public to refer to the Report on Financial Settlements and Supplemental Material for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2005 for additional information.

DISCUSSION AND DECISION REGARDING THE UNITED WAY ST. PATRICK’S DAY PARADE:

Ms. Maldonado, the United Way Treasurer, asked for approval on the parade route for the St Patrick’s Day Parade to begin at Pahrump Valley High School and continue on Calvada, instead of going up to Pahrump Valley Boulevard toward Honeysuckle Park.  Ms. Maldonado thought this new route would allow area businesses to continue with a lot less distraction from traffic.

Mr. Billman asked if she had consulted with the Sheriff’s Office.

She said that she had e-mails out to the Sheriff’s department as well as a fax prepared for David Fanning with Roads Permits and the Nye County Auxiliary.

Paul Willis made a motion to approve.

Laurayne Murray seconded

The motion passed 5-0



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DISCUSSION AND DECISION REGRDING VETERAN’S DAY PARADE:

Peter Liakopolous asked for approval on the same route for the annual Veteran’s Day Parade scheduled for November 11, 2006.

Ed Bishop motioned to approve.

Laurayne Murray Seconded.

The Motion passed, 5-0

DISCUSSION AND DECISION REGARDING SPONSORSHIP OF PAHRUMP VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL RODEO:

Jessie Augustine stated that after numerous fundraisers, the Rodeo Club found itself $7,000 short of funds for putting on the rodeo.  He said that because the event was considered high-risk the school would not give any financial assistance.

Paul Willis made a motion to sponsor the Pahrump Valley High School Club for the $7,000 and mentioned that three tons of hay was donated by the Ponderosa Dairy.

Ed Bishop seconded.

Ms. Murray asked if they had plans to continue to raise funds and if they had been to the Tourism Advisory Board to ask for assistance.   

Mr. Maldonado said that they had inquired but were refused assistance because
they were considered a non-profit organization.

Ms. Murray suggested that the club attend the next meeting for the additional funds needed.

Mr. Billman said that their next meeting was the 23rd to discuss grants for the next year and they should take action to be included on the agenda for review.

Mr. Augustine said the Rodeo is being held March the 4th and 5th and announced that the event will be having a four barrel race to raise more money.

The motion passed 5-0


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DISCUSSION AND DECISION REGARDING PARTNERSHIP WITH SOUTHERN NEVADA RURAL JOB CONNECT “GET CONNECTED” PROGRAM:

Ms. Murray said that Job Connect had planned a Welcome Breakfast for businesses that were new to the Pahrump area.   She said that the breakfast would include the introduction of elected officials and representatives of various organizations that provide services for businesses.  The business was asked to provide the postage for mail outs.

Paul Willis made a motion to approve the Partnership with the Job Connect not to exceed $1,200.

Mr. Billman seconded.

Motion carried 5-0.

DISCUSSION AND DECISION REGARDING PROCEDURES TO BE USED FOR THE PREPARATION, DETERMINATION AND ACCEPTANCE FOR PROPOSALS BY THE TOWN OF PAHRUMP:

Ron Johnson read a list of procedures to be followed in the RFP process for the Township of Pahrump and said the determining factors for when an RFP is required could be found in the NRSs.

Ms. Murray said she was pleased with the guidelines, but thought that the necessity for tabs and dividers for each section was stringent.  She was uncomfortable with rejecting proposals that were submitted without them.  

Mr. Billman stated that if the request was to complete the process with those guidelines, that it should to be followed.

Ron motioned to accept the RFP guidelines.

Richard Billman seconded.

Motion passed 5-0.



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DISCUSSION AND DECISION REGARDING SERVICE AGREEMENT FOR PVFRS EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE:

Ron Johnson said that the vote that was taken at a previous meeting on the Equipment Maintenance Agreement was invalid because the Board handed the back up just prior to the meeting.   He said Rod Paulson was not licensed according to the web site database and the board was in violation of an NRS statute.   The Town attorney, Mr. Smith, agreed.  He said that the requirement for business license was an important issue because it allowed us to understand what type of businesses are in the community, their locations, it allowed us to conduct health and safety inspectors as well as fire inspections.  

He pointed out that in the year-end review, January 24, 2006, it had been approved to create a position and hire a Business License Enforcement person.  He said it was his expectation that it would be enforced and that if we did not hire such a person we were in violation of the NRS.

Mr. Billman agreed.

Mr. Johnson motioned not to vote on the issued at this time, that it be tabled.

Mr. Billman seconded.

Scott Lewis said he did not compile his own list for the RFP but it was compiled directly from the business license database maintained at the Town Office.

Dave Richards said the web site has a disclaimer posted, stating that the information could be inaccurate and he thought that the Board now had the back up long enough to vote on the issue.   He said that the staff was confident that they had made the right recommendation for the services that were required from the most qualified bidder.  He said that he was positive that they were not in violation and he expressed concern that if the board were to go back to resubmit it, that this would be a fourth time advertising the proposal.

 Ron said that it could not be voted on.

Ms. Murray asked what time frame would be involved, what improvements would be added to the advertisement, what would be the cost and risk would be involved by not having maintenance.  She said it would be a waste of time and monies and that the Board should vote on the information they had.

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Mr. Johnson said he thought that it should be reviewed again and he wanted to do what was right for the Town.

Mr. Willis motioned to re-submit the bid in accordance with the RFPs, using the new guidelines.

Motion passed 4-1, with Ms. Murray voting nay.

Mr. Richards said that we were under no contract now and that time would be needed to prepare the back-up for the board meeting.  He pointed out the fact that the RFP’s would require review of the board again and that it would not be until the first meeting in March that he would be able to present another RFPs for review.

DISCUSSION AND DECISION REGARDING SERVICE AGREEMENTS WITH MAP TO CONDUCT TWO (2) ADDITIONAL CEO COURSES FOR LOCAL BUSINESSES:

Mr. Richards recommended to approve.
    
Ed Bishop motioned not to approve.

Ms. Murray seconded.

Mr. Gregorich explained that they would be available to help the individual businesses for a year or two after they had completed the course.  He said the Town provided the “seed money” but that the businesses paid for additional training they required.   He invited the Board members to sit in on a session, adding that his course was of greater value than a less expensive one offered by the College.

Mr. Willis said that the Town had invested money and he had not yet seen results and he was concerned that more additions would be needed if we accepted the courses.

Mr. Gregorich said that since the businesses paid for their own analysis it was proof that business owners found it very valuable and that the curriculum was developed from the CEOs themselves.   He said that when the CEO’s were asked if they would be willing to pay for future classes, 99% of the participants said yes.  
 



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Don from Southside Nursery said he had serious cash flow problems until he
received valuable input concerning his financial statements whereas the college
was of no help to him.

Daly Fencing said they had already signed up for the next course, which they will pay for themselves.

Mat Frank said it was in unconscionable to take public money to train private companies.  He said you would not take a Mechanic I and pay for him to become a Mechanic II on the theory it would bring more money to the town.

Peggy Yeager stated that she was an absentee business owner and that she was ready to close her business and let their 6-8 employees go.  She said it was because of the CEO course, that her business made a positive turn around within approximately 30 days.

Paul Willis responded to the comment about funding this program being unconscionable, saying part of the responsibility of the Town was to provide
assistance with economic development and the goals were to prevent citizens  
from traveling outside of the Town for employment opportunities.

The motion passed, 4-1, with Paul Willis opposing.

DISCUSSION AND DECISION REGARDING MARKETING ANALYSIS FOR THEME PARK FOR TOURISM ADVISORY BOARD:

Ms. Murray requested funding for RFP in order that a market analysis is conducted to determine if an Amusement Park would be a venture that would benefit the town.  She said that the information gathered from the analysis would be used to attract investors and if this project proved not to be of benefit to the town, what other types of businesses would be an alternative for us.

Mr. Bishop made a motion to approve regarding the analysis.

Ron Johnson seconded.

Paul Willis stated that Public Lands were looking for disposable land for such use.


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Mr. Mat Frank said that the business owners should pay for the analysis instead of the Town.

Ms. Murray added that the analysis would also help determine if the Park should be a town-operated business verses private investors.

Mr. Frank said he hope it would be more successful than the skate park.

Motion passed, 5.0.

DISCUSSION AND DECISION REGARDING CONTRIBUTION BY THE TOWN FOR SENIOR CENTER BUS, CONSULTATION AND UPDATE THEREOF:

Richard Billman said that the Senior Center may file for bankruptcy, which could
mean that the bus could be sold to pay back the debts.

Mr. Johnson motioned that we withdraw our present offer until the legal terminology was clarified concerning the matter.

Ed Bishop seconded.

Ms. Murray thought that the present language used in the agreement could put the Town at risk for a possible lawsuit as it indicated that there were certain obligations that the Town was bound to fulfill.

Ms. Murray may have been aware of the introductory letter from Attorney Lance Maningo dated February 9, 2006.  This letter was addressed to the Pahrump Senior Center, Inc. stating that Mr. Maningo had been retained by RO Bus Limousine and Truck Equipment Sales (“RO”).  The letter introduced Attorney Maningo as the representing attorney and addressed the proposed anticipatory breach of contract concerning the bus.  In his letter he asked that future communications be directed to his attention.

Mr. Billman said that since the bus was a gift, he did not think that there would be legal issues that may arise and that the Town Attorney’s main concern was that it would be sold to pay their debt.

Ms. Murray thought that we could discuss and agreement that the bus could be
Granted to the town instead of withdrawing our original offer.
 
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She said that we did not have complete information at that the USDA was involved in the issue as well.

Ron Johnson suggested that we seek legal advice immediately.

Mr. Bishop withdrew his second.

The issue was tabled until legal advice was obtained.

Al Guerrera, Vice President of the Senior Center Board stated that the USDA had not withdrawn their grant and it was not correct to speak on the matter of bankruptcy at this time.  He said that a motion through the Board had approved
the grant and the Center could possibility be sued also.  

DISCUSSION AND DECISION REGARDING APPLICATION FOR “FALL FESTIVAL” TRADE MARK REGISTRATION:

Dave Richards asked for approval for the cost of $335.00 to obtain the trade mark registration fee and stated that our own Town attorney could handle additional matters concerning the completion of the application.

Paul Willis motioned to approve.

Ed Bishop seconded.

The motion passed, 5-0.

DISCUSSION AND DECISION REGARDING THE 2006 PETT REQUEST:

Dave Richards said that he had prepared a Resolution for the year 2006 PETT as requested by the Nye County Commissioners and asked that the board approve the resolution 2006-03.

Mr. Billman asked if he had last year’s Resolution because there were no funds given last year.



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Ed Bishop motioned to adopt Resolution 2006-03.

Laurayne seconded.

The motion passed, 5-0.

Resolution 2006-04 – Fairgrounds.

Paul Willis motioned to approve Resolution 2006-04.

Ed Bishop seconded.

The motion passed 5-0.

DISCUSSION AND DECISION REGARDING 2006 CONGRESSIONAL GRANT FUND REQUEST:

Mr. Richards had a copy of Resolution 2006-04 and asked that the Board
give approval.

Paul Willis motioned to pass.

Laurayne Murray seconded.

Motion passed 5-0.

DISCUSSION AND DECISION REGARDING AMBULANCE SERVICE FEES:

Scott Lewis requested an increase in ambulance fees according to the back up he submitted.  He pointed out that the Las Vegas charge was $18.00 per mile, verses his request for $15.00 per mile.

Paul Willis made a motion to approve the ambulance fee increase, with a change to mileage fees at $18.00 per mile.

Ed Bishop seconded.




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Mr. Bishop asked how the insurance companies would react to the increase regarding AMA from $200.00to $250.00

Ms. Toni Glines stated that the companies would pay the increase, except Medicaid and that all other Insurance companies usually pay.

Paul Willis withdrew his motion to request the rate scale in the back up but he accepted the $250.00 rate profit.

Scott Lewis said that the $250.00 rate was a satisfactory offer.

Paul Willis amended his motion to approve the ambulance fee as reflected in the back up for the amount of $150 increased to $250 in AMA and mileage the increased of $18.00 per mile.

Ed Bishop seconded.

The motion passed, 5-0.

DISCUSSION AND DECISION REGARDING CLARK COUNTY AND CITY OF HENDERSON MOU’s WITH PVFRS:

Chief Lewis stated that this was a housekeeping issue, as our memorandums of understanding were expired with Clark County and Henderson.  He said they regarded reciprocated services.

Paul Willis motioned to approve.

Ed Bishop seconded.

Motion passed, 5.0

DISCUSSION AND DECISION REGARDING PVFRS WATER TENDER BIDS:

Chief Lewis said the committee voted to reject the bids they had received for Water Tenders, as were outside the budget and the specs would be revised to meet their financial goal.




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Ed Bishop motioned to approve the Chief’s recommendation to reject the bids
and re-write the RFP.

Richard Billman seconded.

Ron Johnson asked had consideration been given for the EPA and how the specs could be streamlined.

Dave Richards said the Board should participate and approve someone to sit on the committee.

Ron Johnson was approved to sit on the committee.

The motion passed, 5-0.

DISCUSSION AND DECISION REGARDING PURCHASE OF WATER RIGHTS:

Paul Willis made a motion to approve the offer to make the purchase for the use of the Nye County Fair Grounds.

Ms. Murray asked if the funds were not available as stated in the backup, what
fund would be used for the purchase.

Dave said the capital fund would be used.

Laurayne asked would it be for the full amount.

Dave said that since we did not have the funding that the purchase would be made for the full amount.

Ron Johnson seconded

Motion passed 5.0







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TOWN MANAGER’S REPORT:

Mr. Richards said he and the Fire Chief had met with several USDA officials in Pahrump and the Finance Director in Las Vegas at a conference where a number of USDA members were attending.   He said the meeting was the most positive
he ever had with a Federal Agency and they showed much interest and commitment to locating projects that could be of benefit to Pahrump.   Mr. Richards said that he had numerous conversations with the officials since that meeting and there were discussions concerning Water Waste Treatment facilities, the Metro Net project and creative ways to fund additional projects.  He said he would keep us informed as progression was made.

Mr. Richards reported the February 14th training that was held for the Town and County Employees on Harassment Awareness.

He said that the fairground's project was moving slowly and waiting approval
of the permit from the State Engineer.   He said that the intersections to highway 160 and construction of the streets were also awaiting approval and completion of
designs from the Fair Grounds Advisory Board.

Mr. Richards said that months had passed since the designs were created and submitted by Civilwise to the County Public Works and they were under review.
He thought that the issue would continue to move at a slow pace until we could get  pass the phase of obtaining necessary permits.  He said in closing that a meeting was scheduled for this Thursday.
 
Mr. Bishop asked for the installation number so that he could look into the matter this week.

Dave said that he would get the number to him.

ADVISORY BOARD REPORT

Paula Glidden spoke in behalf of the Advisory Board saying that she had been working with various towns that could provide opportunities to our town.

She said that in her discussions with various entities included their goals and future plans with Pahrump.  Some of her associations included NDH, EDON, North Las Vegas and Henderson.  She stated that she often got calls from businesses that would like to start businesses in Pahrump and Nye County areas.  
    
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She introduced two people who had started developing their land here in Pahrump
to place an industrial park.  

Paula said that preparations were being made to register businesses for classes
structured especially for those who may or may not wish to do contract with Government Units, the County or the State.   She said that the follow-up would be a web site that would allow businesses to register on line.   This project was in association with the Perpurant Outreach Program, Nevada Commission and County Development.  Classes were scheduled to begin this May 2006.

Ms. Gidden said that her group were in pursuit of grants and she referred to a recent press release that stated that $99 million dollars of government funds
that had been set aside for backing up loans for those who wanted to develop low-income rental housing but we also needed affordable housing for seniors.

Paula reported that she was currently working with four restaurants, three different shopping centers, and two people who were considering local commercial businesses such as a pizza restaurant, a gas station and nail saloon.  She assured the Board that her goals were to create jobs with decent pay and benefits for the community.  She also stated that they would be pursuing a partnership campaign soon.

She addresses comments to Mr. Richards and Mr. Willis concerning the time frames that was involved in conducting title searches that was necessary to obtain water rights.  She stated that it was difficult to get a businesses to pay up front and
have them wait sometimes as long as a year to find out if they were going to be
able to complete their project.   She believed that the wait time involved was because of a move from Las Vegas and the fact that documents were still in boxes and not entered into the computerized system.

She said that her other plans included getting a class together that would include builders, developers and politicians that would come together with the sole purpose of giving instructions on what the process included to be able to transfer water rights.

Ms. Murray welcomed the new business owners to Pahrump.






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CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS

A.    Action - approval of Town Vouchers
B.    Action - approval of Town Board meeting minutes of January 24, 2006.
C.    Action - approval of December 05 and January 06 ambulance write-offs.

Mr. Bishop is motioned to approve Agenda items A through C.

Murray seconded

Motion carried 5-0

DISCUSSION AND DECISION REGRDING CLOSED SESSION CONCERNING MATTERS RELATION TO THE INTERNATION ASSOCIATION OF FIRE FIGHERS (IAFF) CONTRACT NEGOTIATIONS:

Ed Bishop motioned to go into closed session

Motion carried 5-0

CLOSED SESSION REGARDING MATTERS STATED ABOVE:

DISCUSSION AND DECISION REGARDING ANY MATTERS ARISING FROM CLOSED SESSION:

ADJOURNMENT

 


Backup

There is no backup posted for this meeting.