CITY OF SANTA MONICA

CITY COUNCIL MINUTES

JULY 24, 2001

A regular meeting of the Santa Monica City Council was called to order by Mayor Feinstein at 5:27 p.m., on Tuesday, July 24, 2001, at City Council Chambers, 1685 Main Street.

Roll Call: Present: Mayor Michael Feinstein

Mayor Pro Tem Richard Bloom

Councilmember Ken Genser

Councilmember Robert T. Holbrook (arrived at 6:00 p.m.)

Councilmember Herb Katz (arrived t 5:55 p.m.)

Councilmember Kevin McKeown

Councilmember Pam O'Connor

Also Present: City Manager Susan McCarthy

City Attorney Marsha Jones Moutrie

City Clerk Maria M. Stewart

On order of the Mayor, the City Council convened at 5:27 p.m., with Councilmembers Katz and Holbrook absent. Councilmember McKeown led the assemblage in the Pledge of Allegiance.

The Consent Calendar was presented, whereby all items are considered and approved in one motion unless removed from the calendar for discussion.

Motion by Councilmember McKeown, seconded by Councilmember Genser, to approve all items on the Consent Calendar as presented, reading resolutions and ordinances by title only and waiving further reading thereof. The motion was approved by the following vote:

AYES: Councilmembers O'Connor, McKeown, Genser, Mayor Pro Tem Bloom, Mayor Feinstein

NOES: None

ABSENT: Councilmembers Katz, Holbrook

1-A: Earthquake Recovery Resolution - Resolution No. 9686 (CCS) entitled: "A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF SANTA MONICA

DECLARING THE EXISTENCE OF A CONTINUING LOCAL EMERGENCY," was adopted.

1-B: Construction Contracts for the Santa Monica Airport Safety Improvement Project B Phase II - recommendation to authorize the City Manager to negotiate and execute Contract No. 7980 (CCS) with Clarke Contracting Corporation, in the amount of $573,819, for construction of the Santa Monica Airport Safety Improvements Project; negotiate and execute Construction Management Contract No. 7980 (CCS) with Hy-Com & Associates, in the amount of $50,000, for construction management services; and, approve budget adjustments as recommended, was approved.

1-C: Resolution No. 9687 (CCS) entitled: "A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF SANTA MONICA AUTHORIZING APPLICATION FOR GRANT FUNDS UNDER THE SAFE NEIGHBORHOOD PARKS, CLEAN AIR AND COASTAL PROTECTION ACT OF 2000," was adopted.

1-D: Architectural and engineering services contracts for Virginia Avenue Park Expansion Project - recommendation to authorize the City Manager to negotiate and execute Contract No. 7982 (CCS) with Koning Eizenberg Architecture, in the amount of $1,265,000, for architectural and engineering services for the Virginia Avenue Park Expansion Project, was approved.

1-E: Appropriation and designation of use of the 2001 Local Law Enforcement Block Grants funds, for advanced forensic services in investigating violent crimes, and approval of recommended budget adjustments, was approved.

1-F: Resolution granting temporary Utility Users Tax Rebate - recommendation to adopt Resolution No. 9788 (CCS) entitled: "A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF SANTA MONICA GRANTING A TEMPORARY UTILITY USERS TAX REBATE TO OFFSET EXTRAORDINARY INCREASES IN ELECTRICITY AND GAS UTILITY COSTS"; and, authorize the Tax Administrator to administratively adjust the actual rate charged during the rebate period, was approved.

1-G: Contract amendments for plan check, geotechnical, and engineering report review services for the Building and Safety Division - recommendation to authorize the City Manager to negotiate and execute an amendment to Contract No. 7740 (CCS) with EsGil Corporation, in the amount of $130,000, for construction plan reviews; an amendment to Contract No. 7741 (CCS), with EQE International, in the amount of $87,000, for seismic retrofit plan and report reviews; and amendment to Contract No. 7742 (CCS) with Bing Yen & Associates, in the amount of $60,000, for review of geotechnical & engineering geologists reports, were approved.

1-H: Acceptance of grant funds from the California Office of Criminal Justice Planning for Police Department technology upgrades - recommendation to accept $98,119 in grant funds under the Career Criminal Apprehension Program State-of-the-Art grant program for technology upgrades for crime analysis, and approve proposed budget changes, was approved.

On order of the Mayor, the City Council recessed at 5:39 p.m., to consider closed sessions, and reconvened at 6:45 p.m., with all members present, to report the following:

2-A: Conference with Legal Counsel - Existing Litigation: Sandra Seacat, et al., v. City of Santa Monica, Case No. SC 062 571.

Motion by Councilmember O'Connor, seconded by Councilmember McKeown, to approve settlement in the amount of $43,250.00. The motion was approved by the following vote:

AYES: Councilmembers Genser, McKeown, O'Connor, Mayor Pro Tem Bloom, Mayor Feinstein

NOES: None

ABSTAIN: Councilmembers Katz, Holbrook

ABSENT: None

2-B: Conference with Legal Counsel - Existing Litigation: Pico Neighborhood Association v. City of Santa Monica, Case No. SC 063 874.

ACTION: Heard. No reportable action taken.

2-C: Conference with Legal Counsel - Existing Litigation: Alice Cole at, et al., v. City of Santa Monica, Case No. SC 055 183.

ACTION: Heard. No reportable action taken.

2-D: Conference with Legal Council - Claims against the City:

Claim No. CSM 01-2215, Claimant Doris Faxon.

Motion by Councilmember O'Connor, seconded by Councilmember Genser, to approve settlement in the amount of $20,000.00. The motion was approved by the following vote:

AYES: Councilmembers O'Connor, McKeown, Genser, Mayor Pro Tem Bloom, Mayor Feinstein

NOES: None

ABSENT: None

ABSTAIN: Councilmembers Holbrook, Katz

2-E: Conference with Legal Counsel - Anticipated Litigation.

Number of cases: One

ACTION: Heard. No reportable action taken.

Inspiration for the Council meeting was provided by the a cappella group of The Sweet Adelines.

4A: Proclamation declaring August 7, 2001, to be National Night Out in the City of Santa Monica.

On order of the Mayor, August 7, 2001, was proclaimed National Night Out in the City of Santa Monica.

5-A: Three appointments to full terms on the Pier Restoration Corporation; one with a term ending November 09, 2004 (continued from April 10, 2001), and two with terms ending November 08, 2005.

Motion by Councilmember Genser, seconded by Councilmember Katz, to continue this matter to August 14, 2001. The motion was approved by voice vote, with Councilmember McKeown and Mayor Feinstein voting in opposition, and with all members present.

6-A: Appeal of Landmarks Commission decision designating 1333 Ocean Avenue as a City Landmark - recommendation to uphold the Landmarks Commission decision designating the structure located at 1333 Ocean Avenue as a City Landmark, and deny the appeal (Appellant: Sherman Stacey, Esq.), was continued.

On order of the Mayor, this matter was continued to August 14, 2001.

7-A: Ordinance No. 2015 (CCS) entitled: "AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SANTA MONICA ADDING CHAPTER 4.65 TO THE SANTA MONICA MUNICIPAL CODE CREATING MINIMUM WAGE REQUIREMENTS APPLICABLE TO CERTAIN BUSINESSES LOCATED IN THE COASTAL ZONE AND EXTENDED DOWNTOWN CORE WITH GROSS RECEIPTS OVER $5,000,000 AND TO THE CITY AND ITS SERVICE CONTRACTORS," was presented.

Motion by Councilmember McKeown, seconded by Councilmember Genser, to adopt the ordinance, reading by title only and waiving further reading thereof. The motion was approved by the following vote:

AYES: Councilmembers O'Connor, McKeown, Genser, Mayor Pro Tem Bloom, Mayor Feinstein

NOES: Councilmembers Holbrook, Katz

ABSENT: None

Councilmember Katz stated for the record that he voted in opposition because he does not believe this is a real living

wage and because it is discriminatory within the City.

Councilmember Holbrook stated for the record that he voted in opposition because he does not believe it is within the Council's legislative authority.

7-B: Ordinance No. 2013 (CCS) entitled: "AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SANTA MONICA AMENDING SECTION 9.04.18.040 OF THE SANTA MONICA MUNICIPAL CODE TO ALLOW EXISTING NONCONFORMING COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL USES TO CONTINUE THROUGH THE EXTENSION OR RENEWAL OF A CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT OR USE PERMIT," was presented.

There was no one present to speak on this matter.

Motion by Councilmember McKeown, seconded by Councilmember Holbrook, to adopt the ordinance, reading by title only and waiving further reading thereof. The motion was approved by the following vote:

AYES: Councilmembers Katz, Genser, McKeown, O'Connor, Holbrook, Mayor Pro Tem Bloom, Mayor Feinstein

NOES: None

ABSENT: None

7-C: Ordinance No. 2014 (CCS) entitled: "AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SANTA MONICA ADDING SECTION 11.04.175 TO THE SANTA MONICA MUNICIPAL CODE RELATING TO THE INITIATIVE PROCESS INFORMATION SHEETS; or, Introduction and first reading of an ordinance entitled: "AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SANTA MONICA ADDING SECTION 11.04.175 TO THE SANTA MONICA MUNICIPAL CODE RELATING TO INFORMATION SHEETS FOR INITIATIVE, REFERENDUM, AND RECALL PETITIONS," were presented.

On order of the Mayor, this item was combined with item 13-C.

13-C: Request of Mayor Feinstein to direct staff to prepare an ordinance requiring the distribution of an information sheet regarding the recall and referendum processes.

There was no one present for public comment on this matter.

Discussion ensued regarding the applicability of the proposed ordinance to measures, referenda and recalls, and the short time period in which signatures are gathered for a referendum.

Motion by Mayor Feinstein, seconded by Councilmember McKeown, to adopt Ordinance No. 2014 (CCS) as presented, reading by title only and waiving further reading thereof. The motion was approved by the following vote:

AYES: Councilmembers O'Connor, McKeown, Genser, Mayor Pro Tem Bloom, Mayor Feinstein

NOES: Councilmembers Holbrook, Katz

Councilmember Holbrook stated, for the record, that he voted in opposition because the Council is adopting something that doesn't exist anywhere else.

Motion by Mayor Feinstein, seconded by Councilmember O'Connor, to introduce and have first reading of the second proposed ordinance, reading by title only, and waiving further reading thereof. The motion was approved by the following vote:

AYES: Councilmembers O'Connor, McKeown, Genser, Mayor Pro Tem Bloom, Mayor Feinstein

NOES: Councilmembers Holbrook, Katz

ABSENT: None

Motion by Councilmember O'Connor, seconded by Councilmember Genser, to direct staff to return with an ordinance containing the same information sheet requirements for candidates for City Council.

Motion to amend by Councilmember Holbrook, to include Rent Control, School Board, and College District candidates, provided the City has the authority. The motion was approved as friendly. The motion was unanimously approved by voice vote, with all Councilmembers present.

7-D: Introduction and first reading of an ordinance entitled: "AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SANTA MONICA AMENDING MUNICIPAL CODE CHAPTER 2 RELATING TO EMERITUS COMMISSIONERS ON THE CITY'S COMMISSION ON OLDER AMERICANS AND THE COMMISSION ON THE STATUS OF WOMEN," was presented.

There was no one present to speak on the proposed ordinance.

Motion by Mayor Feinstein, seconded by Councilmember Katz, to introduce and hold first reading of the ordinance, reading by title only and waiving further reading thereof, and amending to limit the number of Emeritus members to 3, and that applicants be residents of the City. The motion was approved by the following vote:

AYES: Councilmembers Katz, Genser, McKeown, O'Connor, Holbrook, Mayor Pro Tem Bloom, Mayor Feinstein

NOES: None

ABSENT: None

7-E: Resolution No. 9689 (CCS) entitled: "A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF SANTA MONICA OF INTENT TO APPROVE AN AMENDMENT TO THE CONTRACT BETWEEN CALPERS AND THE CITY OF SANTA MONICA"; introduction and first reading of an ordinance entitled: "AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SANTA MONICA AUTHORIZING AN AMENDMENT TO THE CONTRACT BETWEEN CALPERS AND THE CITY OF SANTA MONICA TO PROVIDE SECTION 21574 FOURTH LEVEL OF 1959 SURVIVOR BENEFITS FOR LOCAL POLICE MEMBERS ONLY"; and, recommendation to authorize the City Manager to execute an agreement between the Board of Administration of CalPERS and the City of Santa Monica, were presented.

There was no one present to speak on this item.

Motion by Councilmember McKeown, seconded by Councilmember Katz, to adopt resolution and introduce ordinance, reading by title only and waiving further reading thereof, and approving authority to the City Manager to execute an agreement. The motion was approved by the following vote:

AYES: Councilmembers Holbrook, O'Connor, McKeown, Genser, Katz, Mayor Pro Tem Bloom, Mayor Feinstein

NOES: None

ABSENT: None

7-F: Introduction and adoption of emergency Ordinance No. 2016 (CCS) entitled: "AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SANTA MONICA ESTABLISHING ADDITIONAL DISCLOSURE FILING REQUIREMENTS APPLICABLE TO CAMPAIGN COMMITTEES SUPPORTING AND OPPOSING BALLOT MEASURES," was presented.

Member of the public Tom Larmore spoke in general support of the proposed ordinance, provided some suggestions for the covered filing periods, and questioned the emergency nature of the proposal.

Members of the public Chuck Allord and Don Gray, spoke in opposition to the proposed ordinance.

Discussion ensued relative to the emergency nature of the proposal, the need for campaign contribution and funding disclosure, the due dates for campaign statements and the periods to be covered, and the applicability of the requirements to measures.

On order of the Mayor, the City Council recessed at 8:43 p.m., and reconvened at 9:00 p.m., with all members present.

Motion by Councilmember McKeown, seconded by Mayor Feinstein, to adopt the emergency ordinance, reading by title only and waiving further reading thereof, and amending Section 11.04.165(b) that the first report be due on 15th day of the signature-gathering period covering the first ten days, the next on the 30th day covering days 11 through 25, on the 60th day covering 26-55, and every 30 days thereafter for the 3-day period ending five days previously; and amend Section 11.04.165(c) so that the first report is filed on the 10th day of the signature-gathering period covering days 1-5, the second report on the 25th day covering days 6-20, and a final report on the 60th day covering days 21-30. The motion was approved by the following vote:

AYES: Councilmembers Genser, McKeown, O'Connor, Mayor Pro Tem Bloom, Mayor Feinstein

NOES: Councilmembers Katz, Holbrook

ABSENT: None

Councilmember Katz stated, for the record, that although he agrees with the ordinance, he voted against the motion because he believes that it is intended for an upcoming referendum.

Councilmember Holbrook stated, for the record, that he voted against the motion because he does not believe an emergency exists.

7-G: Report on conditions on the Santa Monica Pier; proposals for revisions to Street Performance Regulations; introduction and adoption of Ordinance No. 2017 (CCS) entitled: "AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SANTA MONICA AMENDING CHAPTER 6 OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE RELATING TO RELATING TO STREET PERFORMANCE VENDING AND THE USE OF A PORTABLE TABLE OR CART ON THE SANTA MONICA PIER, AND DECLARING THE PRESENCE OF AN EMERGENCY"; and, Resolution No. 9704 (CCS) entitled: "A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF SANTA MONICA ESTABLISHING SPECIAL ZONES FOR STREET PERFORMERS AND PERSONS, INCLUDING VENDORS, UTILIZING TABLES OR CARTS FOR THE PURPOSE OF DISPLAYING OR DISTRIBUTING GOODS, WRITTEN MATERIALS, MERCHANDISE, OR FOOD ON THE PIER," were presented.

The following members of the public spoke to various sections of the proposed ordinance: Joey Fullmer, Gordon LeTourneau, Joe Natoli, Rosana Alvarez, Barie Marie Fink, Ned Landin,, Reina Alvarez, Nathan Clukey, Zack Duke, Jerry Rubin, Dwayne Faux, Tim Dillenbeck, Linda Sullivan, and Elllen Brennan.Motion by Mayor Feinstein, seconded by Councilmember McKeown, to approve staff recommendation, with one additional rotation at 12:00 noon.

Motion to amend by Councilmember Katz, seconded by Councilmember Genser, to have, instead of a rotation, the lottery for spaces for two shifts per day, one in the morning and one at 4:00 p.m. The motion was accepted as friendly.

Motion to amend by Councilmember McKeown, to amend Section 6.112.060(b), regarding hours of performance, to exempt the Carousel Plaza from the earlier closing time, and to allow it to remain open until 10:00 p.m., as before. The motion was accepted as friendly.

Discussion ensued regarding Councilmember Katz' motion to amend. Upon clarification of the motion, Mayor Feinstein withdrew his friendly approval.

Substitute motion by Councilmember Katz, seconded by Councilmember Genser, to amend main motion to have, instead of a rotation, the lottery for spaces for two shifts per day, one in the morning and one at 4:00 p.m., and with Councilmember McKeown's amendment of Section 6.112.060(b). The substitute motion was approved by the following vote:

AYES: Councilmembers Holbrook, O'Connor, McKeown, Genser, Katz, Mayor Pro Tem Bloom

NOES: Mayor Feinstein

ABSENT: None

Motion by Mayor Pro Tem Bloom, seconded by Councilmember Genser, to direct staff to investigate possible removal of wooden curb in the Pier. The motion was unanimously approved by voice vote, with all members present.

Councilmembers O'Connor and Holbrook were excused at 11:25 p.m.

Motion by Councilmember Genser, seconded by Councilmember Katz, to direct staff to return with an ordinance for a public hearing which would remove henna artists from the list of tangible art objects that would qualify as performers.

Discussion ensued on the motion.

Motion by Councilmember Genser, seconded by Councilmember Katz, to table the motion until the other two Councilmembers return. Motion approved with voice vote, with Mayor Feinstein voting in opposition, and Councilmembers Holbrook and O'Connor absent.

Motion by Councilmember McKeown to direct staff to look at exempting from current rotation provision "historic vendors" (defined as those who have regularly operated for ten years or more as of this date), and return with a policy decision or an ordinance that will protect those vendors.

Discussion ensued on the motion.

Request by Councilmember McKeown to table the motion until the other two Councilmembers return. The motion was approved by voice vote, with Councilmember Katz voting against, and Councilmembers O'Connor and Holbrook absent.

Councilmember O'Connor returned at 11:30 p.m.

Motion by Mayor Pro Tem Bloom, seconded by Councilmember Katz, that the safety-related measures discussed be analyzed by staff to be considered as misdemeanors. The motion was approved by voice vote, with Councilmember Holbrook absent.

On order of the Mayor, this item was suspended pending the return of Councilmember Holbrook, and item 8-C was taken up.

Councilmember Holbrook returned at 11:33 p.m.

8-C: Architectural and engineering services for City Hall Renovation Project - recommendation to authorize the City Manager to negotiate and execute Contract No. 7985 (CCS) with SARES/REGIS Group of Northern California, in the amount of $455,000, for the City Hall Renovation Project, was presented.

There was no one present for public comment.

Motion by Councilmember Katz, seconded by Councilmember O'Connor, to approve staff recommendation. The motion was approved by the following vote:

AYES: Councilmembers Katz, Genser, McKeown, O'Connor, Holbrook, Mayor Pro Tem Bloom, Mayor Feinstein

NOES: None

ABSENT: None

On order of the Mayor, the Council returned to item 7-G.

7-G: Report on conditions on the Santa Monica Pier; proposals for revisions to Street Performance Regulations; introduction and adoption of ordinance; and, adoption of resolution (continued).

On order of the Mayor, this item to be combined with item 13-F.

13-F: Request of Councilmember Genser and Councilmember Katz to direct staff to prepare a draft ordinance to remove "henna tattoos" from the list of Tangible Art Objects in Section 6.112.020 of the Municipal Code. The effect of this change would be to eliminate henna tattooing from the list of approved activities of street performers.

Motion by Councilmember Genser, seconded by Councilmember O'Connor, to direct staff to return with an ordinance for a public hearing which would remove henna artists from the list of tangible art objects that would qualify as performers. The motion was approved by voice vote, with Councilmember McKeown and Mayor Feinstein voting in opposition.

Motion by Councilmember McKeown, seconded by Mayor Feinstein, to direct staff to look at exempting from current rotation provision "historic vendors" (defined as those who have regularly operated for ten years or more as of this date), and return with a policy decision or an ordinance that will protect those vendors. The motion failed by voice vote, with Councilmembers Katz, Holbrook, O'Connor, and Genser voting in opposition.

Motion by Councilmember McKeown, seconded by Mayor Feinstein, to ask the Pier Restoration Corporation to look at a policy exempting from current rotation provision "historic vendors" (defined as those who have regularly operated for ten years or more as of this date). The motion failed by voice vote, with Councilmembers Katz, Holbrook, O'Connor, Genser, and Mayor Pro Tem Bloom, voting in opposition.

Motion by Councilmember McKeown, seconded by Mayor Feinstein, to ask the Pier Restoration to look at the possibility of considering exemption from rotation to "historic vendors." The motion was unanimously approved by voice vote, with all members present.

8-A: Certification of the Open Space Element Final Environmental Impact Report and adoption of the Open Space Element B recommendation to adopt resolution certifying the Open Space Element Environmental Impact Report; a resolution approving the Statement of Overriding Considerations and adopting a Mitigation Monitoring Program; and, a resolution amending the Open Space Element of the General Plan.

The Mayor advised that this matter has been withdrawn by staff.

8-B: Approval of Outdoor Dining Standards for Santa Monica Boulevard and Broadway Avenue in Conjunction with the Downtown Transit Mall Improvements.

On order of the Mayor, this matter was continued to August 7, 2001.

8-D: Discussion of election reform including possible modifications to the City's Campaign Financing Restrictions.

On order of the Mayor, this matter was continued to August 14, 2001.

8-E: Modification to start time for City Council meetings, discussion of the deliberation process, and recommendation to adopt resolution effecting proposed changes, or to direct staff to return with a resolution reflecting Council preferences.

On order of the Mayor, this matter was continued to August 7, 2001.

13-A: Annual vacancy appointments to the following boards and commissions: (Continued from July 10, 2001)

Commission                        Vacancies                      Term Ending

Arts Commission                      One (1)                           06/30/05

Bldg. & Safety                          Two (2)                          06/30/05

Convention & Visitors Bureau   One (1)                           06/30/05

Personnel Board (unscheduled)   One (1)                           06/30/04

Landmarks Commission            One (1)                           06/30/05

On order of the Mayor, all items continued to August 14, 2001, except the Landmarks Commission.

Motion by Councilmember O'Connor, seconded by Councilmember Katz, to redesignate the current position held by Roger Genser to that of a Local Historian and leave the current vacancy as a non-dedicated vacancy and republish. The motion was unanimously approved by voice vote, with all members present.

13-B: Appointment to an unscheduled vacancy on the Social Services Commission for a partial term ending June 30, 2003.

On order of the Mayor, this matter was continued to August 14, 2001.

13-D: Request of Mayor Feinstein and Councilmember McKeown that the City Council pass a resolution opposing the extension of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) to the Free Trade Area of Americas (FTTA); send a letter to Santa Monica's federal representatives opposing so-called "Fast Track" legislation that would eliminate existing Congressional powers to amend trade treaties, thereby disempowering local communities and local control over local issues; and work with State and Federal officials on ensuring that environmental, public health, and worker protections at the State and local level are not compromised by such federal legislation

On order of the Mayor, this matter was continued to August 14, 2001.

13-E: Request of Councilmembers McKeown and Genser to request staff to explore inclusion of a labor peace clause for all lessees of City-owned or City-controlled real property.

Members of the public Vivian Rothstein and Abby Arnold spoke in support of the request.

Motion by Councilmember McKeown, seconded by Mayor Feinstein, to approve the request. The motion was approved by voice vote, with Councilmembers Holbrook and Katz voting in opposition, and all members present.

Councilmember Katz and Mayor Pro Tem Bloom were excused at 12:06 p.m.

Member of the public Dwayne Faux spoke regarding the treatment of political speech at the Third Street Promenade; member of the public Carlos Galvez spoke regarding the lack of taxicab stands in the City; member of the public Joe Natoli spoke regarding the Pier Restoration Corporation.

On order of the Mayor, the City Council meeting was adjourned at 12:20 a.m., to August 7, 2001, in memory of Vabel Reed.

ATTEST:

Maria M. Stewart

City Clerk

APPROVED:

Michael Feinstein

Mayor