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IN ACCORDANCE WITH PROVISIONS OF THE ARIZONA REVISED STATUTES AND THE FLAGSTAFF CITY CHARTER THE SUMMARIZED MINUTES OF CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS ARE NOT VERBATIM TRANSCRIPTS.  ONLY THE ACTIONS TAKEN AND DISCUSSION APPEARING WITH QUOTATION MARKS ARE VERBATIM.  AUDIO RECORDINGS OF CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS ARE ON FILE IN THE CITY CLERK’S OFFICE.

 

SUMMARIZED MINUTES

COUNCIL MEETING

 

September 2, 2008

5:00 p.m.

 

A meeting of the Flagstaff City Council was held on September 2, 2008 convening at 5:53 p.m., in the Council Chambers at City Hall, 211 West Aspen Avenue, Flagstaff, Arizona.

 

CALL TO ORDER

 

The meeting was called to order by Mayor Presler.

 

1.      PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE, READING OF THE MISSION STATEMENT, AND INVOCATION

 

Mayor Presler asked those present to stand for the Pledge of Allegiance, the reading of the Mission Statement, and the Invocation.

 

2.      ROLL CALL

 

On roll call, the following were present:

 

 

Mayor Presler

 

Vice Mayor White

Councilmember Brewster

Councilmember Evans

Councilmember Haughey

Councilmember Overton

Councilmember Swanson

 

 

Also present were:

 

 

City Manager, Kevin Burke

City Attorney, Patricia Boomsma

 

3.       MINUTES

 

A.

No minutes were submitted.

 

4.        PUBLIC PARTICIPATION

 

Carol Curtis, Director of the Coconino County Career Center, and Ferdinand Benally, a Youth Build project participant, invited the Council and the public to attend the Construction and Sustainability Career Fair scheduled for September 5, 2008 at the County Health Department.

 

Stephen Knutson, Flagstaff resident, expressed concern that the City Council is establishing priorities during Council orientation meetings, where the public is not allowed to participate.

 

Mayor Presler clarified that public comment is received during a public hearing, such as the hearing scheduled later in the evening on the train horn issue.  However, during the recent meeting between City staff, a portion of the City Council, and the petitioners on the same subject, the public was welcome to attend, but were not invited to participate, except in the form of written comments.  Council orientation sessions are another example of meetings that are open to the public, but are not for public hearing or comment.  Citizens are always welcome to address the Council during work sessions and Council meetings.

 

5.       CONSENT AGENDA

 

A.

Consideration of Purchase under the Mohave Educational Services Cooperative (MESC) Intergovernmental Agreement:  Modular classroom for the Fire Department training facility.

 

 

RECOMMENDED ACTION:

Approve the purchase under the MESC agreement in the amount of $95,053.03, plus applicable tax and freight charges.

 

B.

Consideration of Extension of Annual Bid:  Granular de-icer.

 

 

RECOMMENDED ACTION:

Approve the bid extension to Desert Mountain Corporation at a cost of $83.50 per ton, plus tax and 15% fuel surcharge.

 

C.

Consideration of Annual Bid:  Desktop office supplies.

 

 

RECOMMENDED ACTION:

Approve the proposal from Office Max at the prices and conditions listed in the staff summary attachment.

 

D.

Consideration of Intergovernmental Agreement:  All-risk mutual fire aid.

 

 

RECOMMENDED ACTION:

Approve the Intergovernmental Agreement with Pinewood Fire Department, Flagstaff Ranch Fire District, Highlands Fire District, Summit Fire District, Fort Valley Fire District, Mormon Lake Fire District, Ponderosa Fire District, Sedona Fire District, and Sherwood Forest Estates Fire District.

 

E.

Consideration of Intergovernmental Agreement:  Joint use, operation, and maintenance of recreational and related-use facilities and sports fields.

 

 

RECOMMENDED ACTION:

Approve the intergovernmental agreement per the terms outlined in the staff summary attachment.

 

F.

Consideration of PC SUB 2008-07:  A request for preliminary plat approval for “The Summit at Pine Canyon, a Condominium (Unique Planned Option)” located at 3101 South Clubhouse Circle in the R1, Residential Zoning District.

 

 

RECOMMENDED ACTION:

The Planning and Zoning Commission recommends approving the tentative plat with the conditions outlined in the staff summary attachment.

 

Vice Mayor White moved to approve the Consent Agenda with the exception of Items 5A, 5B, 5D, and 5E.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Haughey and passed on unanimous vote.

 

Returning to Item 5A, Vice Mayor White moved to approve the recommended action, seconded by Councilmember Haughey.

 

Councilmember Overton requested that any “savings” in the fire station relocation program be added back to the $500,000.00 earmarked for facilities.

 

The vote was unanimous in favor.

 

Returning to Item 5B, Councilmember Haughey moved to approve the recommended action, seconded by Councilmember Overton.

 

Vice Mayor White urged staff to take a cautious and careful approach regarding the use of granular de-icer, to carefully monitor its use, and to use de-icer in the areas with safety concerns and not simply for driver convenience.

 

Council requested that the update on the overall de-icer program be rescheduled for another time, given the size of the present agenda.

 

The motion passed on unanimous vote.

 

The Council then returned to Item 5D.  Vice-Mayor moved to approve the recommended action, seconded by Councilmember Overton.

 

Mark Wilson, Flagstaff Fire Department, briefly reviewed the benefits of the City’s all-risk mutual fire aid agreement which includes several newly formed fire districts.

 

The motion passed on unanimous vote.

 

Returning to Item 5E, Vice Mayor moved to approve the recommended action, seconded by Councilmember Brewster.

 

Elizabeth Neumayer, Community Enrichment Services Director, commented on the many competing interests for the use of sports fields and parks, and clarified that liability is shared by the City and the user organization.

 

The motion passed on unanimous vote.

 

6.      PUBLIC HEARING ITEMS (Public Hearing Items Will Not be Heard Prior to 6:00 p.m.)

 

A.

Consideration of Liquor License Application:  Arturo Santana, “Las Gorditas Mexican Food”, 2900 N. West Street, Suites 2-4, Series 12, New License.

 

 

RECOMMENDED ACTION:

Open the public hearing.

Receive citizen input.

Close the public hearing.

 

The City Council has the option to:

 

 

(1)

Forward the application to the State with a recommendation for approval;

 

 

(2)

Forward the application to the State with no recommendation; or

 

 

(3)

Forward the application to the State with a recommendation for denial based on the testimony received at the public hearing and/or other factors.

 

Vice Mayor White moved to open the public hearing.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Overton and passed on unanimous vote.

 

Arturo Santana, the applicant, has owned and operated Las Gorditas for two years, and asked Council to consider his application favorably.

 

Sgt. Walter Miller, Flagstaff Police Department, conducted an investigation on the applicant and found no derogatory records, liquor violations, or acts of violence.  Mr. Santana completed the required Arizona Department of Liquor License and Control training on August 18, 2008.  Sgt. Miller found no reason to oppose the application.

 

There being no further citizen input, Councilmember Overton moved to close the public hearing.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Brewster and passed on unanimous vote.

 

Vice Mayor White moved to forward the application to the State with a recommendation for approval.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Evans and passed on unanimous vote.

 

B.

Consideration of Public Hearing (PC REZ 08-002):  A request to rezone approximately 25.71 acres from Rural Residential District (RR) to Medium Density Residential District (MR) located at 997 E. Pine Knoll Drive.

 

 

RECOMMENDED ACTION:

Open the public hearing.

Receive citizen input.

Close the public hearing.

 

Vice Mayor White moved to open the public hearing, seconded by Councilmember Overton.  The motion passed on unanimous vote.

 

Bob Caravona, Planning Development Manager, and Erika Mazza, Community Housing and Neighborhood Planner, provided an overview of the project, which is being recommended for approval with conditions by the Planning and Zoning Commission.  Only one member of the public attended the citizen participation meeting.  Sixty-one units, or 20% of the total units, are deemed affordable, are rent restricted to 80% of the area medium income, and will be subject to an annual audit.  There is a six-month waiting list for public housing, and an 18- to 24-month waiting list for Section 8 housing.  There are currently 333 public housing units in Flagstaff, with a critical need for additional units.

 

There being no further citizen input, Vice Mayor White moved to close the public hearing.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Haughey and passed on unanimous vote.

 

C.

Consideration of Ordinance No. 2008-26:  An ordinance rezoning approximately 25.71 acres of land located at 997 E. Pine Knoll Drive from Rural Residential District (RR) to Medium Density Residential District (MR) Conditional.

 

 

RECOMMENDED ACTION:

Read Ordinance No. 2008-26 for the first time by title only.

 

Councilmember Haughey moved to read Ordinance No. 2008-26 for the first time by title only.  The motion was seconded by Vice Mayor White and passed on unanimous vote.  Title was read as follows:

 

 

Ordinance 2008-26

 

 

 

An ordinance rezoning approximately 25.71 acres of land located at 997 E. Pine Knoll Drive from Rural Residential District (RR) to Medium Density Residential District (MR) Conditional.

 

 

7.      REGULAR AGENDA

 

A.

Consideration of Preferred Alternatives:  Mitigation of train horns at existing grade crossings.

 

 

RECOMMENDED ACTION:

Direct staff to continue with the implementation and construction of the previous Council action for the quiet zone plan commonly referred to as Scenario D.

 

(Scenario D, approved by the City Council on May 1, 2007, creates a quiet zone with wayside horns at Steves Blvd. and Fanning Drive for cost savings, a median with bollards as an alternative safety measure at Enterprise Road, and pedestrian barriers at Beaver Street and San Francisco Street.)

 

Vice Mayor White moved to approve the recommended action, seconded by Councilmember Haughey.

 

Rick Barrett, City Engineer, related that staff continues to recommend Scenario D for the mitigation of train horn noise in the City.  Significant money and time has been invested in the scenario.  The design phase is 99% complete; the City is ready to finalize agreements with Burlington, Northern, Santa Fe Railway; and, if approved, the mitigations could be implemented in March of 2009.

 

Each of the submitted scenarios were reviewed, including time and cost considerations.  If another scenario is selected, the diagnostic team will need to be reconvened before moving forward.  Should the Council decide to move forward with a more expensive option, one or more capital improvement projects could be deferred

 

Citizens speaking to Council’s previous action  included:

 

 

David Hayes, Flagstaff resident

 

Jennifer Hunter, Flagstaff resident

 

Colin Weller, Flagstaff resident

 

Chase Carpini, Flagstaff resident and sound technician

 

Maury Herman, downtown business owner

The speakers noted that:

 

 

It is the fairest solution, given the different and specific needs of each intersection.

 

City staffs’ aptitude has been put on public trial by the petitioners, and the City legitimized the claims of discrimination by the acceptance of the petition.

 

The scenario is not discriminatory, it is simply the most the City can do with the money available, and will quiet the train horn noise for everyone.

 

Implementing Scenario D puts pressure on the Council to revisit the issue at a later date to see if wayside horns are acceptable to eastside residents.

 

The noise of a passing train is greater than the proposed wayside horns.

 

Downtown businesses are being adversely impacted by train horn noise due to the downtown area having the greatest density of people and businesses in the City, and being the most immediately proximate to the train tracks.

 

Citizens favoring other options included:

 

 

Phillip DeMiguel Sr., Flagstaff resident

 

Margarite Henry, Flagstaff resident

 

Jim McCarthy, Flagstaff resident

 

Lynn Bybee, Flagstaff resident

 

Walter Robertson, Flagstaff resident

 

B.J. Ducat, Flagstaff resident

 

Sherry Nickerson, Flagstaff resident

 

The following arguments were cited in opposition to Scenario D:

 

 

The scenario discriminates against eastside property values.

 

All five grade crossings should receive true quiet zones, even if they have to be staggered in over time.

 

Studies from other states are not favorable to wayside horns, and have shown that property values are still negatively impacted by their use.

 

The grade crossings at Fanning and Steves could be closed during nighttime hours, providing more time to evaluate the two intersections.

 

Quiet zones at all crossings will bring additional revenues to the City because businesses will prosper.

 

Wayside horns will continue to be a problem due to the parabolic effect present in the Mt. Elden basin.

 

Councilmembers supporting Scenario D remarked that:  (1) all of the grade crossings have different needs and different traffic and pedestrian challenges; (2) homeowners selling their homes will still have to disclose train noise, even when train horns are eliminated; (3) 92 decibels is reasonable considering it is lower than the sound allowed for special events at Wheeler Park; (4) the scenario is the most cost effective and expeditious way to silence train horns in the community; (5) if the wayside horns fail to bring relief to the eastside, other solutions for Fanning and Steves can be planned for; (6) Scenario D brings the community closer to true quiet zones than Scenario A; and (6) all other scenarios will delay silencing train horns for another year, and in some cases, more than two years because of the price.

 

Councilmembers favoring Scenario B remarked that:  (1) the scenario provides a long-term, equitable solution and long-term cost effectiveness; (2) there is a community perception that this is an equity issue between the east and west side of the community; (3) citizens want to live in peace and quiet; and (4) equitable treatment does not have to be simultaneous, but there needs to be a plan with a set timeframe to make it equitable long-term.

 

One Councilmember supported Scenario A because it provides the most cost effective and equitable solution across the board.

 

The motion to direct staff to continue with the implementation and construction of the previous Council action for Scenario D passed on majority vote with Vice Mayor White and Councilmembers Brewster, Haughey and Swanson in favor, and Mayor Presler and Councilmembers Evans and Overton opposed.

 

B.

Consideration of Applicants for Appointments:  Stormwater Advisory Committee.  [The City Council may vote to discuss this matter in executive session pursuant to A.R.S. §38-431.03(A)(1).  The names of the applicants may be obtained by contacting the City Clerk.]

 

 

RECOMMENDED ACTION:

Make one appointment to a Northern Arizona University term expiring December, 2010.

 

Councilmember Haughey moved to appoint Lindsay Wagner to a Northern Arizona University term expiring December, 2010.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Overton and passed on unanimous vote.

 

C.

Consideration of Applicants for Appointments:  On-call judges.  [The City Council may vote to discuss this matter in executive session pursuant to A.R.S. §38-431.03(A)(1).  The names of the applicants may be obtained by contacting the City Clerk.]

 

 

RECOMMENDED ACTION:

Make the seven on-call appointments in accordance with the court orders signed by Judge Danna Hendrix.

 

Mayor Presler moved to appoint Paul Christian, Warren Sanford, Sandra Wagner, Susan Slasor, Gerald McCafferty, Jennifer Nagel, and Thomas Miller as on-call judges.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Overton and passed on unanimous vote.

 

D.

Consideration of Ordinance No. 2008-18:  An ordinance amending and supplementing Title 3, Business Regulations, Chapter 3-02, Pawnbrokers, Secondhand and Junk Dealers.

 

 

RECOMMENDED ACTION:

Read Ordinance No. 2008-18 for the final time by title only.

Adopt Ordinance No. 2008-18.

 

Vice Mayor White moved to read Ordinance No. 2008-18 for the final time by title only, seconded by Councilmember Haughey.

 

The following citizens spoke in opposition to the ordinance:

 

 

Sharon Geile, pawn shop owner

 

Walter Cheeseman, Vice President of the Arizona Pawn Association

 

Greg Geile, pawn shop owner and member of the Arizona Pawn Association

 

Taylor Leahy, Northern Arizona University student

 

Matthew Dunn, Northern Arizona University student

 

Bob Geile, pawn shop owner

 

Alexandra Bakovych, Flagstaff resident

 

Morning Star Wilson, Flagstaff resident

 

Michael Pileggi, Flagstaff resident

 

Garret Rossenblatt, Flagstaff resident

 

Tonya Packard-Raymond, Flagstaff resident

 

Those opposing the ordinance did so because:

 

 

Additional taxing of the poor of the community, and of those who need a temporary loan against their property is a socially, morally, and spiritually bankrupt plan.

 

A property tax would be more appropriate to address property crime issues.

 

In Arizona, 85% of pawn customers retrieve their personal property, and less than .5% of stolen property recovered comes from pawn shops.

 

Pawn shops do report to the police department, require customer identification and fingerprinting, which is not required of secondhand and junk dealers.

 

Secondhand jewelry, tact, music and bicycle dealers should be subject to the same tax.

 

Citizens who use pawn shops do so because pawn shops are their only option.

 

Individuals representing local pawn shops asked that, if the ordinance is passed, they be given some time to implement the new fee schedule.

 

Sgt. Roberta Coons, Flagstaff Police Department, provided a brief presentation and reported that other options were explored with the pawn shop dealers.  It was decided that the proposals explored would not provide adequate funding for the additional police position needed to monitor and record pawn transactions and investigate potential criminal activity related to the enforcement of the ordinance.  The pawn association’s figure of .5% for stolen property coming from pawn shops translates to 300 items of stolen property recovered from pawn shops each year.  Accurate numbers will be available once the pawn position is in place.

 

Pawn shops currently charge their customers $5.00 per transaction, which is the maximum fee allowed by State law.  The fees collected by pawnbrokers apply to all transactions, including renewals; so, even if the property doesn’t leave the store, they are charged each time they renew.  They also charge high interest rates.

 

Pawn dealers have little motivation to screen incoming property and reject items they suspect might be stolen, as they are legally protected and compensated for any items confiscated by law enforcement.

 

Police Chief Brent Cooper stated the victims of property crime have not been represented in this discussion.

 

Councilmembers noted that: (1) the Police Department needs additional staff to address the high incidence of property crime; (2) there is a negative perception about pawn dealers and the fees and interest they charge, although a typical credit card carries the same interest rate; (3) the ordinance puts the burden of addressing property crime on a small segment of the population, and on those who can least afford the fee; (4) a sunset clause and reduced transaction fee would be more supportable; (5) other secondhand businesses selling computers, i-pods, etc., need to be evaluated; (6) there is a cultural consideration in that some Native Americans living on the reservation don’t have financial institutions and conduct business by trade or pawn; and (7) law enforcement has to physically inspect pawned items, particularly when they are missing serial numbers or other identification.

 

City Manager Burke expressed his hesitancy to fill the position before the revenue stream is set in motion.

 

The following methods could be used to measure the success of the program:  (1) a clear accounting of those items in pawn shops identified as stolen; (2) the exact number of arrests or indictments made as a result of police investigations; (3) the estimated value of stolen property retrieved; and (4) any overall reduction in property crimes.

 

Vice Mayor White moved to amend the motion to include a provision to make the ordinance effective January 1, 2009.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Haughey and passed on unanimous vote.

 

Vice Mayor White moved to read Ordinance No. 2008-18 as amended, seconded by Councilmember Haughey.  The motion passed on majority vote with Mayor Presler, Vice Mayor White and Councilmembers Brewster, Haughey and Overton in favor, and Councilmembers Evans and Swanson opposed.

 

Title was read as follows:

 

 

Ordinance No. 2008-18

 

 

 

An ordinance amending and supplementing Title 3, Business Regulations, Chapter 3-02, Pawnbrokers, Secondhand and Junk Dealers.

 

 

Councilmember Overton moved to adopt Ordinance No. 2008-18, seconded by Vice Mayor White.  The motion passed on majority vote with Mayor Presler, Vice Mayor White and Councilmembers Brewster, Haughey and Overton in favor, and Councilmembers Evans and Swanson opposed.

 

E.

Consideration of Ordinance No. 2008-25:  An ordinance adopting that certain document entitled “Amendments to Chapter 10-02 (Establishment of Zoning Districts), 10-03 (Use Regulations) and 10-14 (Definitions) of the Land Development Code Establishing New Standards for Building Height in the M-H-E (Manufactured Home Park District –Established) Zoning District” to be a public record, and thereby amending Title 10, “Land Development Code,” of the City Code of the City of Flagstaff by amending Chapter 10-02 (Establishment of Zoning Districts), 10-03 (Use Regulations) and 10-14 (Definitions).

 

 

RECOMMENDED ACTION:

Read Ordinance No. 2008-25 for the final time by title only.

Adopt Ordinance No. 2008-25.

 

Cynthia White, representing Friends of Flagstaff’s Future, urged Council to keep the affordable housing requirements in the Manufactured Home Park District amendments, and to consider affordability and sustainability in every action regarding the Land Development Code.

 

Roger Eastman, Zoning Code Administrator, gave a brief overview of what has transpired thus far regarding the proposed amendments.

 

Councilmember Overton moved to read Ordinance No. 2008-25 for the final time by title only with the following amendment to the Land Development Code at Chapter 10-02-005-0009, Paragraph D., 1. j.

 

 

Not less than ten (10) percent of the gross site area shall be reserved for common areas or open space.  The ownership of said common areas shall be transferred to a homeowners association.  As an option, a developer may request, and the City shall approve, that the open space requirement be waived if the plat provides an additional minimum of 10% of the total number of lots as developable, permanently affordably lots pursuant to Section 10-03-006-0001, F. Planned Affordable.

 

 

The motion was seconded by Vice Mayor White.

 

Jim Cronk, Planning and Development Manager, explained that in most zoning districts, the additional height is tied to a deferrable housing option.  At Council’s direction, staff has separated the height, up to 30 ft., and created an option for the affordable housing element.  A developer could utilize the extra height to 30 ft., and independently, the developer could elect to do a swap for the 10% affordable housing.

 

Some Councilmembers expressed discomfort about the amendment, its purpose, and the intended or unintended outcome.

 

The motion passed on majority vote with Vice Mayor White and Councilmembers Brewster, Evans, Haughey and Overton in favor, and Mayor Presler and Councilmember Swanson opposed.  Title was read as follows:

 

 

Ordinance No. 2008-25

 

 

 

An ordinance adopting that certain document entitled “Amendments to Chapter 10-02 (Establishment of Zoning Districts), 10-03 (Use Regulations) and 10-14 (Definitions) of the Land Development Code Establishing New Standards for Building Height in the M-H-E (Manufactured Home Park District –Established) Zoning District” to be a public record, and thereby amending Title 10, “Land Development Code,” of the City Code of the City of Flagstaff by amending Chapter 10-02 (Establishment of Zoning Districts), 10-03 (Use Regulations) and 10-14 (Definitions).

 

 

Councilmember Overton moved to adopt Ordinance No. 2008-25 as amended, seconded by Councilmember Haughey.  The motion passed on majority vote with Vice Mayor White and Councilmembers Brewster, Evans, Haughey and Overton in favor, and Mayor Presler and Councilmember Swanson opposed.

 

F.

Consideration of Resolution No. 2008-43:  A resolution of the City of Flagstaff, Arizona authorizing the extinguishment of water, sewer and utility easements located at the southwest corner of Route 66 and Fourth Street.

 

 

RECOMMENDED ACTION:

Read Resolution No. 2008-43 by title only.

Adopt Resolution No. 2008-43.

 

Councilmember Evans moved to read Resolution No. 2008-43 by title only, seconded by Councilmember Haughey.  The vote was unanimous in favor and title was read as follows:

 

 

Resolution No. 2008-43

 

 

 

A resolution of the City of Flagstaff, Arizona authorizing the extinguishment of water, sewer and utility easements located at the southwest corner of Route 66 and Fourth Street.

 

 

Vice Mayor White moved to adopt Resolution No. 2008-43.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Overton and passed on unanimous vote.

 

G.

Consideration of Resolution No. 2008-44:  A resolution of the City Council of the City of Flagstaff, Arizona, granting a utility easement at 311 West Cherry Avenue to Jackson M. and Mary Anne Keim and authorizing the City Manager to execute the appropriate instruments to convey said easement.

 

 

RECOMMENDED ACTION:

Read Resolution No. 2008-44 by title only.

Adopt Resolution No. 2008-44.

 

Vice Mayor White moved to read Resolution No. 2008-44 by title only, seconded by Councilmember Overton.  The motion passed on unanimous vote and title was read as follows:

 

 

Resolution No. 2008-44

 

 

 

A resolution of the City Council of the City of Flagstaff, Arizona, granting a utility easement at 311 West Cherry Avenue to Jackson M. and Mary Anne Keim and authorizing the City Manager to execute the appropriate instruments to convey said easement.

 

 

Vice Mayor White moved to adopt Resolution No. 2008-44.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Haughey and passed on unanimous vote.

 

H.

Consideration of Resolution No. 2008-45:  A resolution approving amendments to the City Council’s Rules of Procedure.

 

 

RECOMMENDED ACTION:

Read Resolution No. 2008-45 by title only.

Adopt Resolution No. 2008-45.

 

WITHDRAWN.

 

8.       COUNCIL DISCUSSION ITEMS

 

(No items were submitted.)

 

9.         INFORMATIONAL ITEMS AND REPORTS FROM COUNCIL AND STAFF,             REQUESTS FOR FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS

 

10.    ADJOURNMENT

 

There being no further business to come before the Council, the Meeting was adjourned at 11:41 p.m.

 

 

                                                                         

MAYOR

 

ATTEST:

                                                                           

CITY CLERK

 

 

 

CERTIFICATION

 

STATE OF ARIZONA,

 

Coconino County.

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I, MARGIE BROWN, do hereby certify that I am the City Clerk of the City of Flagstaff, County of Coconino, State of Arizona, and that the above Minutes are a true and correct summary of the Meeting of the Council of the City of Flagstaff held on September 2, 2008.  I further certify that the Meeting was duly called and held and that a quorum was present.

 

DATED this 22nd day of October, 2008.

 

                                                                           

CITY CLERK