CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETINGTuesday, October 20, 2020, at 7:00 PMCourt Room/Council Chambers (2nd Floor) and OnlinePURSUANT TO RECENT UPDATES FROM THE UTAH STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTHREGARDING THE NUMBER OF PEOPLE PHYSICALLY GATHERED FOR APUBLIC MEETING - IN-PERSON PARTICIPATION WILL BE LIMITED TOELECTED AND APPOINTED CITY OFFICIALS ONLYTHE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO PARTICIPATE ELECTRONICALLY AS OUTLINED BELOW: YouTube Live – Public meetings will be shown live on the Santaquin City YouTube Channel,which can be found at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTzZT yW2H2Hd-58M2 ddSwor by searching for Santaquin City Channel on YouTube.PUBLIC COMMENT & PUBLIC HEARING PARTICIPATIONAs with all City Council and Planning Commission Meetings, we will continue to invite the public toprovide “Public Comment” (30-minute duration, maximum of 5-minutes per comment). We will alsocontinue to hold Public Hearings, as needed, and required on specific issues. We invite the public toprovide comment in the following ways: By Email – Comments will be accepted by email up to 5:00 P.M. on the date of the meeting.Comments will be read during the meeting and made part of the official record of the city.Comments should be submitted to PublicComment@Santaquin.orgBy Telephone – For those who would like to have their own voice heard during the PublicComment or Public Hearing periods, please submit an email to PublicComment@Santaquin.orgproviding us your Telephone Number.ADA NOTICEIf you are planning to attend this Public Meeting and, due to a disability, need assistance in understandingor participating in the meeting, please notify the City Office ten or more hours in advance and we will,within reason, provide what assistance may be required.AGENDAROLL CALLPLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCEINVOCATION / INSPIRATIONAL THOUGHTDECLARATION OF ANY CONFLICT OF INTERESTCONSENT AGENDA (MINUTES, BILLS, ITEMS)Minutes
1.October 6, 2020 - City Council Work Meeting Minutes2.October 6, 2020 - City Council Regular Meeting MinutesBills3.Invoice Register - Bills: 864,886.81ItemsPUBLIC FORUM, BID OPENINGS, AWARDS, AND APPOINTMENTSPublic ForumAwardsBUILDING PERMIT & BUSINESS LICENSE REPORTNEW BUSINESSOrdinances4.Ordinance 10-05-2020, "An Ordinance Amending Santaquin City Code to Establish DefaultLand Use Regulations for the Planned Community (PC) Zone"Resolutions5.Resolution 10-01-2020 - "A Resolution Authorizing An Employment Agreement for theSantaquin City Director of Public Works"Discussion & Possible ActionREPORTS OF OFFICERS, STAFF, BOARDS, AND COMMITTEESREPORTS BY MAYOR AND COUNCIL MEMBERSEXECUTIVE SESSION (May be called to discuss the character, professional competence, or physicalor mental health of an individual)EXECUTIVE SESSION (May be called to discuss the pending or reasonably imminent litigation, and/orpurchase, exchange, or lease of real property)ADJOURNMENTCERTIFICATE OF MAILING/POSTINGThe undersigned duly appointed City Recorder for the municipality of Santaquin City hereby certifies thata copy of the foregoing Notice and Agenda was e-mailed to the Payson Chronicle, Payson, UT, 84651,posted on www.santaquin.org, as well as posted on the State of Utah’s Public Website.BY:K. Aaron Shirley, City Recorder
CITY COUNCIL WORK SESSION MEETINGTuesday, October 06, 2020, at 5:30 PMCourt Room/Council Chambers (2nd Floor) and OnlineAGENDAROLL CALLPLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCEDISCUSSION ITEMSPresentation - Utah Valley Visioning PresentationPresentation showed highlights from an extensive survey that shows Utah Valley residentspreference for the inevitable growth in the area including addressing issues such as managingwater, transportation, air pollution, etc. With this in mind Utah Valley Visioning presented fivepotential scenarios for residents to think about while they were surveying. These five scenariosare below.The results were that there was a preference for scenario B which is growing up and not out sofocusing development on those cities that are already suited for growth like Lehi and Orem.There was a preference to grow westward towards Eagle Mountain and not Southwardtowards Santaquin as it seems important for the valley to maintain that agricultural land. Seeresults below.Item # 1.
City Manager Reeves brought up that this vision doesn’t include the cities plans for adevelopment of a transportation corridor on the west side of Utah lake on the horizon and thecity has been working with Mountainland Association of Governments (MAG). Utah ValleyVisioning acknowledged that and thanked Reeves for his comments and the city’s forwardthinking.Discussion - CARES Act FundingCity Manager Reeves said that the final numbers were not in for the Business StimulusProgram as the businesses still had until Thursday to turn in their coupons for reimbursement.The Department of Treasury determined that Public Safety payroll was an eligible use for theCARES Act dollars and the city will be using all of the CARES act funds for this use so as tofree up General Fund dollars of the same amount. Final reports to Utah County are to beturned in the coming week.Reeves then commented the final consideration to be brought to the Council was a potentialfeasibility study on finding out the cost for bringing in fiber to the community. The Council gaveapproval for this feasibility study so that the city will know exactly what it would take to bringfiber into the city.Training - New Agenda Management Software & Packet AccessCity Recorder Shirley gave a brief training on the new agenda management softwareMunicode and how to access packets and agendas through an online portal.Training - Utah Cities and Towns Conference Report - Council Member MontoyaCouncil Member Montoya went on two tours with the Utah League of Cities & Towns in Vernaland Spring City and reported the following.Vernal repurposed an old city building using grant funds to create an ‘Innovation Hub’ forentrepreneurs to rent to help promote small local businesses in the community. There areprivate offices and desks for rent for a low monthly fee as well as trainings provided forbusiness owners on how to do finance, marketing, registration, etc.Spring City has created an Arts Center that helps promotes local artists with the use of fundsfrom a 501(c)(3) non-profit the city has created for this purpose. Artists can rent space to showoff their art work for show and to sell.Item # 1.
ADJOURNMENTAt 6:40 p.m. Mayor Hunsaker adjourned the meeting.ATTEST:Kirk Hunsaker, MayorK. Aaron Shirley, City RecorderItem # 1.
CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETINGTuesday, October 06, 2020, at 7:00 PMCourt Room/Council Chambers (2nd Floor) and OnlineMinutesROLL CALLPRESENTMayor Kirk HunsakerCouncil Member Nick MillerCouncil Member Betsy MontoyaCouncil Member Lynn MechamCouncil Member David HathawayCouncil Member Jennifer BowmanPLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCEPledge of allegiance led by Council Member Mecham.INVOCATION / INSPIRATIONAL THOUGHTInspirational thought shared by Council Member Montoya.DECLARATION OF ANY CONFLICT OF INTERESTCONSENT AGENDA (MINUTES, BILLS, ITEMS)Minutes1.September 15, 2020 - City Council Work Meeting Minutes2.September 15, 2020 - City Council Regular Meeting MinutesBills3.Invoice Register - Bills: 598,736.53Items4.Ratification - Road Maintenance Change Order - 2020 Santaquin Roads Project - Edge andJoint Milling5.Ratification - Road Development Warranty Work - 210 West Asphalt Overlay (Orchards F-2)6.Ratification - Road Development Warranty Work - Royal Land Drive (Orchards C-6)7.Ratification - Utah County 2021 Municipal Recreation Grant Funding Authorization8.Approval of Utah County Debris Basin NRCS Final Design WorkMotion made by Council Member Miller to approve Consent Agenda.Motion seconded by Council Member Hathaway.Voting Yea: Council Member Miller, Council Member Montoya, Council Member Mecham,Council Member Hathaway, Council Member BowmanItem # 2.
PUBLIC FORUM, BID OPENINGS, AWARDS, AND APPOINTMENTSPublic ForumName:Tanya MinerComment:Dear Santaquin, why does our street lights not stay on or in some cases not work at all. I gorunning in the morning, usually around 4:30 am, and since our town has no running trail I amforced to use the streets. There are people leaving for work and I would LOVE it if you spendsome time and money making sure the lights worked. I feel from listening to the city meetingsthat the Summit Ridge area (and the new city hall building) has been your focus and that iswhere you are putting a lot of our resources into. However, I don’t live in the Summit Ridgearea. Santaquin does have other areas that need your attention as well. I have lived here for 6years. I live in the Northwest side of town by Orchard Park. Is it really too much to ask tomaintain street lights? Almost all of our street lights will go on then go off then go back on.Please! For safety light our streets! A concerned resident.Name:Chauna SidwellComment:Hi. My deliveries have had issues getting to my house and when I looked around I noticed thatmy street doesn’t have a street sign on either end of the street. How can we get a street sign forour street? The street name is Oh Henry St. and I have never seen a street sign in the 2 years we’ve been here. Thank you.Name:Jody ReidComment:Dear Mayor Hunsaker and Members of the City Council,On September 21, 2020, I sent a letter to Mayor Hunsaker requesting that concerns expressedby a number of citizens in our community be addressed as an agenda item at a future CityCouncil meeting. I was encouraged to learn that, according to Council member Montoya, theMayor decides what is added to the agenda, based upon suggestions from council members.As I searched the Santaquin City Code to be sure that I was familiar with the protocols for thisprocess, I was glad to learn that the Mayor is indeed also a member of the City Council, and somy request was sent to exactly the right person.In my online conversation with Council member Montoya, I apparently was unclear that I wish toreceive a public response by the Council to my stated questions and concerns, addressed as anagenda item in a Council meeting.I again submit this public comment, hoping to clearly express my questions and concerns and torequest they and the answers to them become part of the public record, and that they will not beinadvertently overlooked.I am requesting that discussion of the following questions be considered as an agenda item:1. What, specifically, is the plan for citizens to have input to become importantshareholders as we build the “heart of our city”, as the city manager refers to our excitingnew city hall?Item # 2.
2. As developers attempt to be the driving force behind the growth in our city, what is thepreferred method for citizens to communicate with elected officials and city officials thatwould be totally transparent to all citizens?3. What measurements and data are in place when considering future high quality, highdensity developments including PUD developments, to protect and preserve ourhistorical roots as one of our highest priorities?4. What strategies does the City Council use to prioritize and balance commercial growthwith agritourism and with rooftops?5. How can the citizens of Santaquin have a meaningful reciprocal dialogue with theCouncil regarding a sustainable size for a good quality of life for the citizens ofSantaquin?Thank you for your service to our city.Awards9.Recognition Award - Employee of the Month - Officer Austin LerwillPenny Reeves read the following "Officer Austin Lerwill is being recognized as our October2020 Employee of the Month. In the words of a members of the police department, “He isprobably one of the most genuine and kind people you’ll meet.” Family is extremely importantto him, and he is very devoted to them, as well as his job. Him and his wife, Talyr, have beenmarried for 4 years and they adopted a little girl from the Marshall Islands a couple years agoand now are expecting a baby boy any day.From his early childhood, Austin wanted to be a police officer, but it was in high school whenhe knew it was his career path. He participated in our high school internship, which at the timeconsisted of ride alongs with officers 1 or 2 times a week throughout the school term. He sethis sights specifically on Santaquin City’s police department and then worked to make ithappen. Jenna, who works in the police department said about Austin, “In dealing with thepublic, no matter how difficult or stressful the situation may be, Austin is always calm andpatient and respectful to all parties involved. He is very proactive, goal oriented and has agreat work ethic. He is overall just an amazing person and is very deserving of this award.”When asked what the best part of his job is, Austin says it’s when he can help a person orfamily without it involving an arrest or jail time. Those are the experiences that make this verydifficult job worth it. He also stated that he appreciates serving in a great community whosupport the local police.Some of you may have seen an image of Officer Lerwill recently on Facebook. An employee ofthe city caught him helping a little girl who has Down’s Syndrome. She does not speak well,and Spanish is her first language; therefore, learning her name and where she lived wasdifficult. On this morning, she woke up with a little cold but didn’t want to stay home fromschool. Her Mom insisted she stay home but she slipped away without Mom knowing andended up at the Holiday Gas Station. Officer Lerwill stayed with her and gave her some treatsuntil it was figured out where she belonged and safely returned her to her Mom.Thank you Officer Lerwill for your dedicated service to Santaquin City and our citizens!"Officer Lerwill said he knew he wanted to be a Police Officer his whole life and after doing hisinternship with Santaquin he knew that this was where he wanted to work and was needed.10. Recognition - Fire Department Rank Advancements/PromotionsFire Chief Lind reported on some organizational vacancies that were filled including twobattalions chief and four captains. Chad Argyle and Keith Smith were present and promoted tobattalion chiefs and Taylor Sutherland, Steve Cunnings, Donny Vamoose, and Nick Cummingswere promoted to the position of captain.Item # 2.
11. Miss Santaquin Royalty 2020 - Annual ReportKeela Goudy thanked the Council on behalf of the Miss Santaquin Royalty organization and itsdirectors for its support. This year the organization left the Miss Utah statewide pageant to beable to divert those funds to more scholarships which has been a blessing to the organization.Addie Hough, Miss Santaquin 2020, wanted to thank the Council for their support. Addie'splatform is promoting diversity in the community and is interviewing minorities in thecommunity to hear their experiences and is publishing these interviews on YouTube. She isexcited to serve the City.Keela stated that her contract requires 50 hours of public service and a monthly service andAddie Hough is already on top of that service and is doing great.A photo of Miss Santaquin and her two runner-ups was taken with the Mayor.FORMAL PUBLIC HEARING12. 500 West Nebo School District AnnexationMotion made by Council Member Mecham to enter in Public Hearing for the 500 West NeboSchool District Annexation.The motion was seconded by Council Member Miller.Voting Yea: Council Member Miller, Council Member Montoya, Council Member Mecham,Council Member Hathaway, Council Member BowmanCommunity Development Director Bond explained the Public Hearing notice process and isbefore the Council to have a public hearing. City Manager Reeves clarified that this allows fortheThere were no public comments.Motion made by Council Member Montoya to close the public hearing.The motion was seconded by Council Member Bowman.Voting Yea: Council Member Miller, Council Member Montoya, Council Member Mecham,Council Member Hathaway, Council Member Bowman13. Public Safety Impact Fee Master Plan, Impact Fee Facility Plan, and Impact Fee AnalysisUpdateMotion made by Council Member Miller to open a public hearing regarding the updates to thePublic Safety Impact Fee Master Plan, Impact Fee Facilities Plan, and Impact Fee Analysis.The motion was seconded by Council Member Hathaway.Voting Yea: Council Member Miller, Council Member Montoya, Council Member Mecham,Council Member Hathaway, Council Member BowmanPublic Comments Name: Deann HuishComment:To Santaquin Mayor Hunsaker and City Council Members,RE: Ordinance 10-02-2020 and Ordinance 10-03-2020Transportation Impact FeesPublic Safety andThank you for the opportunity to review and give input on the new Public Safety andTransportation Impact Fee ordinances. The building industry is appreciative of your dueItem # 2.
diligence to create fair and reasonable Impact Fee Facility Plans under the requirementsof Utah Code 11-36a that reflect a true picture of the current Level of Service and thenew growth in your community that will help offset the capital costs incurred. We fullyunderstand the increased demand that results from growth and want to build in beautiful,safe and adequately funded communities.The building industry also appreciates having affordable housing options for ourchildren. Thank you for keeping these impact fees at a reasonable and proportionatelyfair cost. Current development and building fees add anywhere from 15,000 upward to 25,000 to each single-family home and multi-family unit, thus incrementallydecreasing those who can afford to purchase homes.The Public Safety Impact Fee (Police and Fire) does not designate a fee structurespecifically for multi-family housing as does the Transportation Impact Fee and iscustomary. The UVHBA would respectfully request that a proportionate fee be analyzedin the future that would be assessed to multi-family housing (typically townhomes,condos, apartments).Thank you for your service to Santaquin City residents and the business community.These comments are being distributed to your city recorder before the council meetingbecause of COVID19 requirements.Motion made by Council Member Mecham to end the public hearing.Motion seconded by Council Member Montoya.Voting Yea: Council Member Miller, Council Member Montoya, Council Member Mecham,Council Member Hathaway, Council Member Bowman14. Transportation Impact Fee Master Plan, Impact Fee Facility Plan, and Impact FeeAnalysis UpdateMotion made by Council Member Miller to open a public hearing for updates to theTransportation Impact Fee Master Plan, Impact Fee Facility Plan, and Impact Fee Analysis.Motion was seconded by Council Member Hathaway.Voting Yea: Council Member Miller, Council Member Montoya, Council Member Mecham,Council Member Hathaway, Council Member BowmanNo public comments.Motion made by Council Member Miller to end the public hearing.Motion seconded by Council Member Mecham.Voting Yea: Council Member Miller, Council Member Montoya, Council Member Mecham,Council Member Hathaway, Council Member BowmanBUILDING PERMIT & BUSINESS LICENSE REPORTNEW BUSINESSDiscussion & Possible Action15. Vistas West at Summit Ridge - Preliminary Approval ExtensionShawn Herring from Utah Summit Partners, whose property is up for a preliminary approvalextension for another 12 months, was present in the meeting via Zoom. CommunityDevelopment Director explained that his staff looks to see if there is anything in their plat thatis not in conformance with City Code but ultimately found the property was in compliance andeligible for an extension so long as the open space requirement for the Summit RidgeDevelopment Agreement is met by moving the Hills park into the Vistas West development.Item # 2.
Mayor Hunsaker asked Shawn Herring what the timing would be for this development. Shawnsaid that they are looking to start mass grading fairly soon and break ground for the initialphase of the plan in spring.Community Development Director Bond wanted to note that this property has changed handswhich has led to delays in the project.Motion made by Council Member Mecham to approve the extension of Vistas West at SummitRidge with the following condition that the hills park be moved to The Vistas West @ SummitRidge Preliminary Plan so the development can meet the open space requirement found in theSummit Ridge Development Agreement Preliminary plan.The motion was seconded by Council Member Montoya.Voting Yea: Council Member Miller, Council Member Montoya, Council Member Mecham,Council Member Hathaway, Council Member BowmanOrdinances16. Ordinance 10-01-2020 "An Ordinance Amending the Zoning Map of Santaquin City toInclude the 500 West Area and Nebo School District Property (Annexation)"City Manager Reeves explained that annexation of this road allows for the city to capture stateroad funds from the gas tax to maintain the road that the city has been maintaining.Motion made by Council Member Miller to adopt Ordinance 10-01-2020 "An OrdinanceAmending the Zoning Map of Santaquin City to Include the 500 West Area and Nebo SchoolDistrict Property which are Located Adjacent to the Current Corporate Boundaries ofSantaquin City, Utah.The motion was seconded by Council Member Montoya.Voting Yea: Council Member Miller, Council Member Montoya, Council Member Mecham,Council Member Hathaway, Council Member BowmanVoting Nay:17. Ordinance 10-02-2020 “An Ordinance Amending the City Public Safety Impact FeeFacilities Plan and Public Safety Impact Fee Analysis; Adopting Public Safety ImpactFees; Adopting Certain Policies Related to Impact Fees; and Establishing a ServiceArea for Purposes of Impact Fees”Motion made by Council Member Miller to adopt Ordinance 10-02-2020 “An OrdinanceAmending the City Public Safety Impact Fee Facilities Plan and Public Safety Impact FeeAnalysis; Adopting Public Safety Impact Fees; Adopting Certain Policies Related to ImpactFees; and Establishing a Service Area for Purposes of Impact Fees”.Motion seconded by Council Member Hathaway.Voting Yea: Council Member Miller, Council Member Montoya, Council Member Mecham,Council Member Hathaway, Council Member BowmanVoting Nay:18. Ordinance 10-03-2020 “An Ordinance Amending the City Transportation Impact FeeFacilities Plan and Transportation Impact Fee Analysis; Adopting Transportation ImpactFees; Adopting Certain Policies Related to Impact Fees; and Establishing a ServiceArea for Purposes of Impact Fees”City Manager Reeves explained how extensive and comprehensive this transportation masterplan updates have been.Motion made by Council Member Montoya to adopt Ordinance 10-03-2020 “An OrdinanceAmending the City Transportation Impact Fee Facilities Plan and Transportation Impact FeeItem # 2.
Analysis; Adopting Transportation Impact Fees; Adopting Certain Policies Related to ImpactFees; and Establishing a Service Area for Purposes of Impact Fees”.Motion seconded by Council Member Mecham.Voting Yea: Council Member Miller, Council Member Montoya, Council Member Mecham,Council Member Hathaway, Council Member Bowman19. Ordinance 10-04-2020 - "An Ordinance Repealing Language that Prohibits PlanningCommission Members from Serving More Than Two Consecutive Terms"Community Development Director Bond said that this started with him after talking it over withMayor Hunsaker after reviewing City Code which currently doesn't allow for PlanningCommissioners to serve for longer than two consecutive terms (a period of about six years)but Bond said that if a member of the community has the willingness to serve and has thatorganizational knowledge of city code then it doesn't make sense to limit them. This ordinanceremoves the provision that limits the number of terms for a planning commissioner.Motion made by Council Member Mecham to adopt Ordinance 10-04-2020 - "An OrdinanceRepealing Language that Prohibits Planning Commission Members from Serving More ThanTwo Consecutive Terms".Motion was seconded by Council Member Bowman.Voting Yea: Council Member Miller, Council Member Montoya, Council Member Mecham,Council Member Hathaway, Council Member BowmanREPORTS OF OFFICERS, STAFF, BOARDS, AND COMMITTEESCity Manager Reeves – 3rd West is currently under construction with the intent to have two-way traffic restoredwhich would be beneficial because of the new developments on the North and theSouth. This would also allow for street parking on one side of the road. This project hasbeen grant funded through the Safe Routes to School Program which took a substantialamount of time to get funding. As this project is going forward the city is holding a publicmeeting to allow for public comment but Reeves wanted to know how the Councilwanted to proceed and what kind of meeting should take place. City Engineer Beagleystated to the Council that there are a number of residents who would like to keep it oneway. Council Member Miller stated that he thought that the city should go out of theirway to get opinions from every affected household. Council Member Montoya said shewould like to hear not just from every directly affected household but anyone in the area.City Manager Reeves said he would schedule a town hall type meeting with a publichearing.The sale of the property of the former public safety building requires public notice andwill be posted for the following four consecutive weeks. The following Council meetingshould have bids for the Councils approval.Assistant City Manager Beagley has been going over the Ekins Annexation plans andworking long hours and weekends to get those done.A new frisbee golf course is opening up.Columbus Day of Training coming up and Council is invited to attend.Assistant City Manager Beagley – We are doing very well with our water because of public works operations with our TypeI water.EWP project is going on to move out debris from the basin to increase its capacity.Overlays and micro surfaces are done but there are other details that need to be finishedbefore the roads projects can be considered finished.Item # 2.
Community Services Department put a last minute 3K event in conjunction with PaysonCity which had more than 300 participants.Week of October 15th the Pressurized Irrigation will be turned off.Community Development Director Bond Tomorrow morning there will be a meeting on a draft development agreement with theGrey Cliffs development. The goal of the meeting is to ensure that the developmentagreement reflects what was presented to City Council.A look at city code in regards to PUD's is needed because they are like zone changesand since zone changes are a legislative decision and PUD's aren't presented to Counciluntil fairly late in the process, the process should be looked at for revision.REPORTS BY MAYOR AND COUNCIL MEMBERSMayor Hunsaker Congressional candidate Burgess reached out and will be meeting with the Mayor onFriday morning and if members of the Council are interested they can come so long asnot too many Council Members come to constitute a quorum.Council Member Miller Soccer season wrapped up.New disc golf course is great.Congratulated John Bradley for his work on the 3K put together last minute with PaysonCity.New Police Officer offered a conditional offer.Council Member Montoya Reached out to Jody Reid but the invitation to meet face to face or by phone wasrejected and Jody wanted to respond purely through email and personally addressed bythe Council and the conversation did not continue beyond that.Attended a training put on by the state for public safety officers and is grateful for all thatthe city's public safety officers do.A resident of two months reached out and she had a Zoom face to face call and had agreat conversation and the resident was welcomed to the community.Council Member Mecham Nothing to report.Council Member Hathaway Asked for feedback on the development near the new soccer fields and what is requiredin terms of watering for dust abatement. Assistant City Manager Beagley stated that ourtype of city is not the enforcement arm of air quality control but he has seen stateofficials on site in most of Santaquin's developments to enforce such measures.Council Member Bowman Spooky Night at the Museum 6:30 pm to 9 pm on October 17th and October 20th.Volunteers needed so reach out to Council Member Bowman.EXECUTIVE SESSION (CHARACTER/PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCE)Motion made by Council Member Miller to enter executive session at 8:42 pm.Seconded by Council Member Montoya.Item # 2.
Voting Yea: Council Member Miller, Council Member Montoya, Council Member Mecham, CouncilMember Hathaway, Council Member BowmanEXECUTIVE SESSION (LITIGATION/LAND)Motion made by Council Member Miller to enter executive session at 9:13 pm.Seconded by Council Member Montoya.Voting Yea: Council Member Miller, Council Member Montoya, Council Member Mecham, CouncilMember Hathaway, Council Member BowmanADJOURNMENTMotion made by Council Member Miller to adjourn at 9:48 pm.Seconded by Council Member Mecham.Voting Yea: Council Member Miller, Council Member Montoya, Council Member Mecham, CouncilMember Hathaway, Council Member BowmanATTEST:Kirk Hunsaker, MayorK. Aaron Shirley, City RecorderItem # 2.
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