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April 01, 2002

CITY OF PLYMOUTH

CITY COMMISSION

MONDAY, APRIL 1, 2002

 

 

A regular meeting of the Plymouth City Commission was held at 7:00 p.m. on Monday, April 2, 2002 at Plymouth City Hall, 201 S. Main Street, Plymouth, MI 48170.

 

PRESENT: Mayor Bill Graham, Mayor Pro-tem Colleen Pobur; Commissioners Michelle Potter, Dan Dwyer, Stella Greene, Phil Pursell, Ron Loiselle

 

Also present were City Manager Paul Sincock, City Attorney Robert Marzano, as well as various Department Heads.

 

Proclamations were announced and to be mailed to Barbara Douglas, and Plymouth Salem and Plymouth Canton High Schools to the senior graduating class.

 

CITIZEN COMMENTS

 

None

 

APPROVAL OF THE AGENDA

 

Motion was made by Commissioner Greene and seconded by Comm. Dwyer for approval of the agenda for Monday, April 1, 2002.  Carried unanimously.

 

 

ENACTMENT OF THE CONSENET AGENDA

 

4.a.           Approval of the March 18, 2002 City Commission Meeting Minutes

 

Motion was made by Mayor Pro-tem Pobur and seconded by Comm. Loiselle for approval of the City Commission minutes for March 18, 2002.  Carried unanimously.

 

4.b.            Approval of the February Bills.  (Moved to next meetings agenda)

 

4.c.     Old Village Lighting Bids

 

RES. # 2002-35

 

WHEREAS   The City Commission established the goal of Improving Public Spaces in its annual     GOAL SETTING session and the Old Village Development Authority determined a desire to improve the public lighting on the entrance ways to the Old Village Area, and

 

WHEREAS   The City has used Community Development Block Grant Funds to purchase new streetlights to be used on Starkweather Street between Farmer and Main Street, and

 

WHEREAS   The City Administration has accepted bids for the installation of the new lampposts and the low bidder is Corby Energy Services and their bid is recommended by the City Administration and City Engineer.

 

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the City Commission of the City of Plymouth does hereby authorize a contract with Corby Energy Services in the amount of $34,796.75 for the installation of new street lights on Starkweather Street in accordance with their bid.

 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT the City Commission hereby directs the City Administration to fund this project from the Old Village Development Authority Fund.  The Administration is further directed to bring forth the appropriate budget adjustments to fund the project from Fund Surplus.

 

The Resolution was offered by Mayor Pro-tem Pobur and seconded by Comm. Loiselle.  Motion carried unanimously.

 

4.d.            Sidewalk Bids

 

Ken Wheeler, 165 S. Holbrook commented that he hoped the contract bid for sidewalk replacements were not given to former contractors, due to poor workmanship.  Mayor Graham indicated they were not the same contractors.

 

RES # 2002-36

 

WHEREAS   It is the goal of the City Commission to improve Public Spaces and the Infrastructure of the City, and

 

WHEREAS   There is a need to inspect sidewalks around the City to insure that they are safe and the City shall inspect one-quarter of the City each year, and

 

WHEREAS   There is a need to repair utility patches in the roadway or sidewalks that were a result of the City Utility doing work, and

 

WHEREAS   Bids were accepted for the City’s Sidewalk and Cement Repair Program for 2002 and the low bid is from Olson Cement of Dearborn Heights with a unit-based contract estimated at $94,300.00.

 

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the City Commission of the City of Plymouth does hereby accept the bid from Olson Cement of Dearborn Heights and directs the City

 

 

Engineer to prepare contract documents for a unit based contract bases on their bid.  The City Commission does hereby reject all other bids.

 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT the City Commission of the City of Plymouth does hereby establish the following criteria for sidewalk repairs.

 

§      SETTLEMENT/HEAVING – A rise or drop of approximately one inch or more between any two (2) sections of sidewalk.

§      CRACKING – More than two (2) cracks of one-quarter (1/4) inch in width or more in any two (2) lineal feet of sidewalk section.

§      SCALING – If, in any five (5) foot lineal section of sidewalk, more than twenty-five (25%) percent of the surface area has scaled off to depth of one-quarter (1/4) inch or greater, that section of sidewalk shall be replaced.

§      TOO FLAT – The concrete has dipped to allow water to pond to a depth of three-quarters (3/4) of an inch or more,

§      CITY REPAIRS – The City of Plymouth shall be responsible for expenses related to the installation of new-handicapped ramps at the corners and for any sidewalk flags that have manhole covers in them.  In addition, the City shall attempt to locate the responsible party for damage caused by sidewalks by utility dig ups.  The City shall NOT be responsible for raised sidewalks due to tree roots and it remains the policy of the City not to remove live healthy trees.

 

The Resolution was offered by Mayor Pro-tem Pobur and seconded by Comm. Loiselle.  Motion carried unanimously.

 

 

4.e.     Special Event:  Farmer’s Market

 

RES. # 2002-37

 

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Plymouth City Commission hereby approves a Special Event based on the recommendation of the City Administration, as follows:

 

Sponsoring Organization           Plymouth Community Chamber of Commerce 453-1540

 

Organization Address:           386 S. Main St., Plymouth

 

Organization’s Agent: Fran Toney

 

Agent’s Title:           Executive Director

 

Agent’s Address:           Same

 

Event Name:           Farmer’s Market

 

Purpose:           Fruits/Vegetables

 

Event Dates:           May 4 – Oct. 19, 2002 (every Sat. except Sept. 7th)

 

Event Times:           7:30am – 12:30pm

 

Coordination with other

Events:           Sunrise Sale – 6/15

 

Event Location:           Gathering

 

Event Type:           [X] Other Non-Profit

 

Annual Event           [X] yes

 

           Normal schedule:           1st Sat. in May thru 3rd Sat. in Oct.

 

           Next year’s reserved dates:  May 3rd thru Oct. 18th

 

The Resolution was offered by Mayor Pro-tem Pobur and seconded by Comm. Loiselle.  Motion carried unanimously.

 

4.f.      Special Event: Sunrise Sale

 

RES. # 2002-38

 

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Plymouth City Commission hereby approves a Special Event based on the recommendation of the City Administration, as follows:

 

Sponsoring Organization:           Plymouth Community Chamber of Commerce 453-1540

 

Organization Address:            386 S. Main St., Plymouth

 

Organization’s Agent: Fran Toney

 

Agent’s Title:           Executive Director

 

Agent’s Address:           Same

 

Event Name:           Sunrise Sale

 

Purpose:           Store Sales

 

Event Date:           Sat, June 15, 2002

 

Event Times:           7am-10am

 

Coordination with other

 

Annual events:           Farmer’s Market

 

Event Location:           Downtown Stores

 

Event Type:           [X] Other Non-Profit

 

           Normal Schedule:           Day before Father’s Day

 

           Next year’s reserved dates:  June 17, 2003

 

The Resolution was offered by Mayor Pro-tem Pobur and seconded by Comm. Loiselle.  Motion carried unanimously.

 

 

4.g.     Special Event: Chamber’s 50th Anniversary Picnic

 

RES. # 2002-39

 

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Plymouth City Commission hereby approves a Special Event based on the recommendation of the City Administration, as follows:

 

Sponsoring Organization:           Plymouth Community Chamber of Commerce 453-1540

 

Organization Address:           386 S. Main St., Plymouth  

 

Organization’s Agent: Fran Toney

 

Agent’s Title:           Executive director

 

Agent’s Address:           Same

 

Event Name:           Chamber’s 5oth Anniversary Picnic

 

Purpose:           Anniversary Celebration

 

Event Dates:            Thurs. July 18th, 2002 (Storm Rain Date, Fri.-July 19, 5pm-6pm)

 

Event Times:            5pm-7pm

 

Coordination with other

Annual events:            Nothing Scheduled

 

Event location:            Kellogg Park (Gathering if it sprinkles)

 

 

 

Event Type:            [X] Other Non-Profit

 

Annual Event:            [X] No

 

The Resolution was offered by Mayor Pro-tem Pobur and seconded by Comm. Loiselle.

Motion carried unanimously

 

 

4.h.     Special Event: Sidewalk Sales

 

RES. # 2002-40

 

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Plymouth City Commission hereby approves a Special Event based on the recommendation of the City Administration, as follows:

 

Sponsoring Organization:           Plymouth Community Chamber of Commerce 453-1540

 

Organization Address:           386 S. Main St., Plymouth, MI  48170-1688

 

Organization’s Agent: Fran Toney

 

Agent’s Title:           Executive Director

 

Agent’s Address:           Same

 

Event Name:           Sidewalk Sales

 

Purpose:           Store Sales

Event Dates:           July 26 & 27, 2002 (Fri/Sat)

 

Event Times:           9am - 9pm (Fri)            9am - 6pm (Sat)

 

Coordination with

Other annual events:           Farmer’s Market

 

Event Location:           Downtown Stores

 

Event Type:           [X] Other Non-Profit

 

Annual Event:           [X] Yes

 

           Normal Schedule:           Last Fri & Sat in July

 

           Next year’s reserved dates:  July 25 & 26, 2003

 

 

 

The Resolution was offered by Mayor Pro-tem Pobur and seconded by Comm. Loiselle. 

Motion carried unanimously.

 

 

4.i.      Special Event: Plymouth After Dark

 

RES. # 2002-41

 

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Plymouth City Commission hereby approves a Special Event based on the recommendation of the City Administration, as follows:

 

Sponsoring Organization:           Plymouth Community Chamber of Commerce 453-1540

 

Organization Address:           386 S. Main St., Plymouth  

 

Organization’s Agent: Fran Toney

 

Agent’s Title:           Executive Director

 

Agent’s Address:           Same

 

Event Name:           Plymouth After Dark “When the Stars Come Out:

 

Purpose:           To bring people downtown to visit stores, listen to street

                      Corner music

 

Event Dates:           Friday, August 9, 2002

 

Event Times:           8:30pm – 11:00pm

 

Coordination with

Other annual events:           Friday Night Concerts

 

Event Location:           Downtown

 

Event Type:           [X] Other Non-Profit

 

Annual Event:           [X] YES

 

           Normal Schedule:           TBD     

 

The Resolution was offered by Mayor Pro-tem Pobur and seconded by Comm. Loiselle.

Motion carried unanimously.

 

 

 

 

4.j.      Special Event: Scarecrows in Kellogg Park

 

RES. # 2002-42

 

Sponsoring Organization:           Plymouth Community Chamber of Commerce 453-1540

 

Organization Address:           386 S. Main St., Plymouth  

 

Organization’s Agent: Fran Toney

 

Agent’s Title:           Executive Director

 

Agent’s Address:           Same

 

Event Name:           Scarecrows in Kellogg Park

 

 

Purpose:           Scarecrows in Kellogg Park decorated by local families,

                      Organizations and businesses

 

Event Dates:           Oct. 11 – Nov. 3, 2002

 

Event Times:           24 hours

 

Coordination with

Other annual events:           Great Pumpkin Caper 10/30/02

 

Event Location:           Kellogg Park

 

Event Type:           [X] Other Non-Profit

 

Annual Event:           [X] YES

 

           Normal Schedule:           2nd Weekend in October thru 1st Sun. in November

 

           Next Year’s Reserved Dates: Oct. 10 – Nov. 2, 2003

 

The Resolution was offered by Mayor Pro-tem Pobur and seconded by Comm. Loiselle.

Motion carried unanimously,

 

 

4.k.     Special Event: Great Pumpkin Caper

 

RES. # 2002-43

 

Sponsoring Organization:           Plymouth Community Chamber of Commerce 453-1540

 

Organization Address:           386 S. Main St., Plymouth

 

Organization’s Agent: Fran Toney

 

Agent’s Title:           Executive Director

 

Agent’s Address:           Same

 

Event Name:           Great Pumpkin Caper

 

Purpose:           Trick or Treating to Downtown Businesses and Costume

                      Contest on Penniman

 

Event Dates:           Wed., October 30, 2002

 

Event Times:           5:30pm – 7:00pm

 

 

Coordination with other

Annual events:           Scarecrows in Park

 

Event Location:           Downtown Businesses & Penniman (bandshell)

 

Event Type:           [X] Other Non-Profit

 

Annual Event:           [X] YES

 

           Normal Schedule:           Day before Halloween

 

           Next Year’s reserved dates:           Fri., Oct. 30

 

The Resolution was offered by Mayor Pro-tem Pobur and seconded by Comm. Loiselle. 

Motion carried unanimously.

 

4.l.      Special Event: Santa’s Arrival & Tree Lighting

 

RES. # 2002-44

 

BE IT RESOLVED, that the City Commission hereby approves a Special Event based on the recommendation of the City Administration, as follows:

 

Sponsoring Organization:           Plymouth Community Chamber of Commerce 453-1540

 

Organization Address:           386 S. Main St., Plymouth 

 

Organization’s Agent: Fran Toney

 

Agent’s Title:           Executive Director

 

Agent’s Address:           Same

 

Event Name:           Santa’s Arrival & Tree Lighting

 

Purpose:            Christmas Trees in Kellogg Park decorated by local families, organizations & businesses

 

Event Dates:            Fri. November 29, 2002

 

Event Times:            5:45pm – 6:30pm

 

Coordination with other

Annual events:            Nothing Scheduled

 

Event Location:                                     Kellogg Park

 

Event Type:            [X] Other Non-Profit

 

Annual Event:            [X] YES

 

           Normal Schedule:            Day after Thanksgiving

 

           Next year’s reserved dates:            November 28, 2003

 

The Resolution was offered by Mayor Pro-tem Pobur and seconded by Comm. Loiselle. 

Motion carried unanimously.

 

4.m.    Special Event: Walk of Trees

 

RES. # 2002-45

 

BE IT RESOLVED, THAT THE Plymouth City Commission hereby approves a Special Event based on the recommendation of the City Administration, as follows:

 

Sponsoring Organization:           Plymouth Community Chamber of Commerce 453-1540

 

Organization Address:           386 S. Main St., Plymouth  

 

Organization’s Agent: Fran Toney

 

Agent’s Title:           Executive Director

 

Agent’s Address:           Same

 

Event Name:           Walk Of Trees

 

Purpose:           Christmas Trees in Kellogg Park decorated by local

                      Families, Organizations and businesses

 

Event Dates:           Dec. 6 – Dec. 30, 2002

 

Event Times:           24 Hours

 

Coordination with

Other annual events:           Nothing Scheduled

 

Event Location:           Kellogg Park

 

Event Type:           [X] Other Non-Profit

 

Annual Event:           [X] YES

 

           Normal Schedule:           Weekend following Thanksgiving Weekend

 

           Next year’s reserved dates:  Dec 5th – Dec. 29th, 2003

 

The Resolution was offered by Mayor Pro-tem Pobur and seconded by Comm. Loiselle.

Motion carried unanimously.

 

 

4.n.     Special Event: Lions White Cane Fundraiser – April 26-27 – 7am to 6pm, various intersections.

 

RES. # 2002-46

 

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Plymouth City Commission hereby approves a Special Event based on the recommendation of the City Administration, as follows:    

 

Sponsoring Organization:                     Plymouth Lions Club                     734-451-0336

 

Organization Address:                     P.O. Box 701159, Plymouth 

 

Organization’s Agent:                     Robert Cooney

 

Agent’s Title:                     Vice President

 

Agent’s Address:                     700 Parkview, Plymouth 

 

Event Name:                       White Cane Fundraiser

 

Purpose:                             Raise funds for club to support blind & local residents

 

Event Dates:                       April 26th, 27th, 2002

 

Event Times:                     7am to 6pm

 

Coordination with

Other annual events:                     Nothing Scheduled

 

Event Location:                     Intersections throughout Plymouth 

 

Event Type:                        [X] Other Non-Profit

Annual Event:                     [X] YES

 

           Normal Schedule:           Last Weekend of April

 

           Next year’s

           Reserved dates:           April 27th * 28th

 

The Resolution was offered by Mayor Pro-tem Pobur and seconded by Comm. Loiselle.

Motion carried unanimously.

 

4.o.           Granting of Easement

 

RES. # 2002-47           Granting of Easement

 

WHEREAS:           Detroit Edison has requested that the City of Plymouth grant a property easement

                      Near the intersection of Plymouth Road and Haggerty Road in order to allow the

                      Company to enhance the reliability of service, and

 

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the City Commission of the City of Plymouth does hereby authorize the Mayor and City Clerk to sign documents granting the easement, pending review by the City Attorney.  The Easement shall be as shown on the attached Easement Agreement.

 

The Resolution was offered by Mayor Pro-tem Pobur and seconded by Comm. Loiselle. 

Motion carried unanimously.

 

4.p.     Turf Maintenance Bids

 

Res. # 2002-48       Turf Maintenance Bids

 

WHEREAS           The City of Plymouth operates a variety of public athletic facilities to help promote

                      The public welfare and to promote the benefits of Parks and Recreation, and

 

WHEREAS           There is a need to have lawn moving services provided at these facilities, and

 

WHEREAS           The City Administration did accept sealed bids for lawn mowing services and the

                      

                      Low bid is from R. Melow Landscaping.

 

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the City Commission of the City of Plymouth does hereby accept the low bid from R. Melow Landscaping for Recreation Lawn Mowing Services.  The following per cut fees shall apply during 2002:

 

           Cultural Center           $40.00

 

           Massey Field                          $30.00

 

           Visteon/Ford Soccer Fields  $75.00

 

The Resolution was offered by Mayor Pro-tem Pobur and seconded by Comm. Loiselle.

Motion carried unanimously.

 

5.               COMMISSION COMMENTS:

 

Comm. Dwyer inquired regarding Commission meetings being held in the local parks for the summer months.  Mayor Graham indicated that was a consideration.  Manager Sincock stated if the Commission wants to hold meetings in local parks he could plan for the months of June, July and August.

 

Comm. Loiselle inquired on electronic funds transfer for water bills and where it stands.  The City/Treasurer has discussed this matter with our banker and they are working on the process.

 

Comm. Potter thanked the Commission along with Mayor Graham and Comm. Greene for the opportunity to go to Lansing on the 20th of March for the Michigan Municipal League Conference.  They indicated they had acquired much information regarding cities and municipalities.

 

Comm. Potter advised the on April 26-28, 2002 will be the 14th Annual Youth Service Day, the world’s largest community service event sponsored by the Youth Service America with George and Laura Bush serving as honorary chairpersons.  For further information you may visit their web site: www.servenet.org.

 

Comm. Pursell inquired if the Farmers Market would be disrupted due to breaking ground for the public restrooms.  Comm. Dwyer indicated the committee had met last Friday and they are aware of the concern, no resolution as of yet, it is possible tents could be set up in back parking lot.

 

Comm. Greene commented how beneficial the trip to Lansing for the MMl Conference was in regards to getting information concerning changes in legislation that may effect communities like Plymouth.

 

 

Mayor Graham stated that he witnessed first hand the professional manner in which the Plymouth Community Fire Department performed with a 911 call from his neighbor’s home after the neighbor fell off a ladder.  Mayor Graham commended Linda Langemesser, City Clerk on completing her 2nd Master’s Clerk Certification class.  The Mayor also commented how informative the MML Conference was in Lansing.  Mayor Graham visited the Plymouth Township web site and was glad to see them revised and up and running.  Mayor Graham and Comm. Potter attended the School Board Fund Raiser Symposium along with 30 representatives of different school districts.  Mayor Graham commented that the DDA, City Administration and the City Commission is all functioning on the same page, and was pleased to announce that Tim McKercher and John Gary are still with the DDA.

 

6.               Old Business

 

None

 

7.               New Business

 

7.a.            First Reading of the Wilcox PUD – New Business

 

City Manager Sincock stated that it has been approved by the City Planner, Building Official, and Planning Commission and recommended it be approved by the City Commission.  The second reading will take place at the April 15, 2002 meeting.

 

Joseph Philips, Architect for the Wilcox project, provided a presentation with the developers; Stan Dickson and Tom Pomerolli were present.  There will be 36 units, 18 in each building, with 4 units per floor and a penthouse on the 5th floor.  Entrance into the complex will be off Elizabeth Street.  The two buildings will be joined underground with two (2) parking spaces per unit.  Visitor parking will be entered off Union Street.  A gated pool and whirlpool is offered.  The landscape is the same as offered in the first plan, along with all materials being the same.  The height of building is a total 59ft 10 ½ in.

 

Comm. Greene would like to review the PUD Agreement before the next meeting.  Mayor Graham indicated everything is pretty much the same as the first plan with above stated changes.

 

The Developers indicated that the interior of the original Wilcox residence will be completed, then the outside will be completed.  Comm. Loiselle inquired when the developers might possibly break ground.  The Developers stated on or before September 2002.  Comm. Dwyer stated he would not be at the next Commission meeting, but conveyed his support of the Wilcox PUD.

 

RES. # 2002-49   First Reading, Planned Unit Development Map Amendment, Ordinance 02-03

 

WHEREAS, an application has been received for a proposed Planned Unit Development for The “Wilcox Condominium” at 676 Penniman Avenue, more particularly described as:

 

Lots 11, 12, 13 and 14, “May Subdivision”, as recorded in Liber 31, Page 6, of Plats, City of Plymouth, WCR. And lots 231, 238 and 240, and ½ vacated Penniman Avenue adjacent to lots 239 and 240.  “Assessor’s Plymouth Plat no. 9”, as recorded in Liber 65, Page 7, of plats, City of Plymouth, WCR.

 

WHEREAS, a public hearing was held before the Planning Commission on December 12, 2001; and

 

WHEREAS, the planning consultant has determined that the proposed project meets the Ordinance requirements for a Planned Unit Development; and

 

WHEREAS, the Planning Commission at its March 13, 2002 meeting recommended approval for the Planned Unit Development at 676 Penniman Avenue.

 

NOW THEREFORE, LET IT BE RESOLVED, that on Ordinance to amend Section 78-27 of Chapter 78 of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Plymouth to Amend the Zoning Map of the City of Plymouth to change the zoning of the above described property from PUD, Planned Unit Development as depicted on the Site Plan/Final PUD Plan dated February 27, 2001 and Building Layout and Elevations dated March 14. 2001.  (Planning Commission File No. NR-00-13) to PUD, Planned Unit Development as depicted on the Site Plan/Final PUD Plan dated February 27, 2002.  (Planning Commission File No.-01-10), is hereby introduced in printed form for its first reading.

 

It was moved by Comm. Pursell and supported by Comm. Loiselle.  Carried unanimously.

 

7.b.            Authorization to Hire – DDA

 

RES. # 2002-50           Authorization to Hire DDA Director

 

           WHEREAS   The City Commission has established a Hiring Ordinance which requires the City Administration to seek prior approval before hiring any new or replacement full-time employee, and

 

           WHEREAS   The City’s Downtown Development Authority is requesting to replace their currently vacant DDA Director’s position.

 

           NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the City Commission of the City of Plymouth does hereby authorize and grant prior and specific approval to the City Administration to hire a DDA Director as a City “at will” employee, subject to agreements between the City and the DDA for the services of the DDA Director.

          

          

           The Resolution was offered by Comm. Potter and seconded by Comm. Dwyer.  Carried unanimously.

 

8.a.            Committee Reports

 

           Comm. Dwyer inquired if the Blanche Street sidewalks would be included in the sidewalk repairs.  Manager Sincock indicated that the entire section would be inspected starting next week and Blanche Street sidewalks will be included.  Manager Sincock explained that letters were mailed to all residents in the 2002 Paving Program area and an informal meeting took place, before bids went out, with Municipal Services with 50 plus residents were in attendance.  Another meeting will be scheduled when a contractor is on board.

 

           Mayor Graham requested City Attorney Marzano to comment on the information obtained regarding Charter review.  City Attorney Marzano stated he has researched State Law and no where does it prohibit the Commission from establishing a committee to review the Charter.  City Attorney’s recommendation, on an advisory basis only, for the Commission to consider.  City Attorney Marzano will contact the Attorney General to obtain information on removing anything inconsistent with State Law.  The consensus is to wait for information from City Attorney at next meeting and possibly have a notice on web site, and in the Courier soliciting for residents who might be interested in participating on this committee.  Comm. Dwyer stated he will not be at the next meeting, but that he supports this committee.

 

8.b.     Reports

 

1.      3rd Quarter Manager’s Report

 

Mayor Graham commented that the Manager’s report was a good report, short and to the point.  Mayor Pro-tem Pobur stated it was a great summary of goals and accomplishments.  Comm. Dwyer stated there was a problem with the audio on the Commission meetings on cable.

 

8.c.      Appointments

 

           None

 

8.               Adjournment

 

Hearing no further discussion, a motion was made by Comm. Loiselle and seconded by

Comm. Purcell at 7:58pm.  Carried unanimously.