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

 

 

SUMMARIZED MINUTES

COUNCIL MEETING

 

October 5, 2010

5:30 p.m.

 

 

A meeting of the Flagstaff City Council was held on October 5, 2010 convening at 5:30 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 VISION STATEMENT, AND INVOCATION.

 

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

 

2.      ROLL CALL

 

On roll call, the following were present:

 

 

Mayor Presler

 

Vice Mayor Barotz

Councilmember Babbott

Councilmember Brewster Councilmember Evans, Excused

Councilmember Overton

Councilmember White

 

Also present were:

 

 

City Manager, Kevin Burke

Interim City Attorney, Dana Kjellgren

 

3.      APPROVAL OF MINUTES FROM PREVIOUS MEETINGS

 

A.

Consideration of Minutes:  Regular Council Meeting of September 21, 2010

 

 

RECOMMENDED ACTION:

Approve the Minutes as submitted/corrected.

 

Councilmember Overton moved to approve the minutes as submitted, seconded by Councilmember White.  The motion was unanimous in favor.

 

4.      PUBLIC PARTICIPATION PROCLAMATIONS, AND RECOGNITION OF OUTGOING BOARD AND COMMISSION MEMBERS

 

Steve Schonenberg read prepared comments relating to issues with sovereign immunity on properties owned and leased by sovereign tribal nations.

 

Lee Harsh addressed a variety of issues including community greenhouse, Council process, PMO classes, budget and charter review task forces, noisy vehicles in Sunnyside, quiet zones, children playing in streets, and charging non-profit agencies for use of city parks

 

5.      CONSENT AGENDA

 

A.

Consideration of Payment:  Computer access and software licenses.

 

 

RECOMMENDED ACTION:

Approve payment to Dell Corporation in the amount of $159,530.00, plus applicable taxes, for the third year of the three-year enterprise agreement with Microsoft Corporation.

 

B.

Consideration of Extension of Lease:  216 West Phoenix Avenue.

 

 

RECOMMENDED ACTION:

Approve a one-year extension of the lease to Flagstaff Shelter Services, Inc., under the same terms and conditions.

 

C.

Consideration of Second Amendment to Master Ground Lease:  Science and Technology Park/Innovation Mesa.

 

 

RECOMMENDED ACTION:

Approve the Second Amendment to the Master Ground Lease with Loven Contracting.

 

Councilmember White moved to approve the Consent Agenda.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Brewster and passed on unanimous vote.

 

6.     PUBLIC HEARING ITEMS

 

A.

Consideration of Liquor License Application:  Janice Martin, Safeway #1225, 1500 E. Cedar Ave., Series 09 Supplemental, Sampling Privileges.

 

 

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.

 

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

 

Sergeant Wright, Flagstaff Police Department, reported that he had conducted the background investigation and found no reason to oppose the application.

 

Responding to Council questions, Janice Martin, Real Estate Director and Liquor Agent for Safeway, identified that the sampling supplement license is not restricted to specific kinds of liquor and it raises the volume that can be sampled.  She indicated her willingness to accept a restriction on the license to wine and beer only.

 

Ms. Kjellgren remarked that her office would provide an opinion to the Council as to whether or not any authority exists for local jurisdictions to attach conditions to liquor license applications.

 

Councilmember Barotz moved to table to the November 2 City Council meeting.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Evans and passed on majority vote with Mayor Presler, Vice-Mayor Barotz, and Councilmembers Babbott, Evans, Overton, and White voting in favor, and Councilmember Brewster opposed.

 

B.

Consideration of Liquor License Application:  Janice Martin, Safeway #2028, 1201 S. Plaza Way, Series 09 Supplemental, Sampling Privileges.

 

 

RECOMMENDED ACTION:

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.

 

Upon motion by Councilmember Overton and second by Councilmember White, the vote was unanimous to open the public hearing.

 

Councilmember Evans moved to continue the public hearing to November 2.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember White and passed on unanimous vote.

 

C.

Consideration of Liquor License Application:  Janice Martin, Safeway #270, 4910 N. Hwy. 89, Series 09 Supplemental, Sampling Privileges.

 

 

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.

 

Councilmember Overton moved to open the public hearing, seconded by Councilmember White.  The motion passed unanimously.

 

Councilmember Evans moved to continue the public hearing to November 2, 2010.  Councilmember White seconded the motion which passed on unanimous vote.

 

D.

Consideration of Liquor License Application:  Michael Basha, Basha’s #18, 2700 Woodlands Village Boulevard, Series 09 Supplemental, Sampling Privileges.

 

 

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.

 

This item was withdrawn from the agenda.

 

7.      REGULAR AGENDA

 

A.

Consideration of Annual Service Agreement:  Federal lobbying services.

 

 

RECOMMENDED ACTION:

Approve the agreement with Landry Creedon & Associates, Inc., in the amount of $72,610.00 per year, plus applicable expenses billed at cost, and authorize the City Manager to execute the necessary documents.

 

Councilmember White moved to take the recommended action, amending the agreement to make the City Manager the contract manager, and adding a new section 7.1.2.9:

 

 

7.1.2.9  Acts to influence directly or indirectly the outcome of a City of Flagstaff election:  The provision of reports, updates, or any other information to fewer than all members of the Flagstaff City Council, or any other acts the contract administrator deems to be politically motivated with regard to elected officials of the City of Flagstaff.

 

 

The motion to approve the agreement as amended was seconded by Councilmember Brewster.

 

Councilmember Babbitt asked that language be added to the procurement policy for bids to contain wording that bidders who receive public monies are required to perform their work in an ethical manner.

 

The motion passed on majority vote roll call vote as follows:

 

 

Mayor Presler

Vice-Mayor Barotz

Councilmember Babbott

Councilmember Brewster

Councilmember Evans

Councilmember Overton

Councilmember White

Nay

Nay

Nay

Aye

Aye

Aye

Aye

 

B.

Consideration of Resolution No. 2010-58:  A resolution of the City Council of the City of Flagstaff, Arizona, approving modification of Assessment Nos. 8, 8A, 9, 13, 14, 14A, 15, 15A, 16, 16A, 18, 18A, 19, 19A, and 3-10 for Aspen Place at the Sawmill Improvement District, Flagstaff, Arizona.

 

 

RECOMMENDED ACTION:

Read Resolution No. 2010-58 by title only.

Adopt Resolution No. 2010-58.

 

Councilmember Babbott moved to read Resolution No. 2010-58 by title only, seconded by Councilmember Brewster.  The motion passed on unanimous vote and title was read as follows:

 

 

Resolution No. 2010-58

 

 

 

A resolution of the City Council of the City of Flagstaff, Arizona, approving modification of Assessment Nos. 8, 8A, 9, 13, 14, 14A, 15, 15A, 16, 16A, 18, 18A, 19, 19A, and 3-10 for Aspen Place at the Sawmill Improvement District, Flagstaff, Arizona.

 

 

Councilmember Overton moved for adoption.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember White and passed on unanimous vote.

 

C.

Consideration of Resolution No. 2010-61:  A resolution approving Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions for Aspen Place at the Sawmill South.

 

 

RECOMMENDED ACTION:

Read Resolution No. 2010-61 by title only.

Adopt Resolution No. 2010-61.

 

Responding to questions, contract counsel Jeff Miller provided a legal perspective on the covenants, conditions, and restrictions.  Covenants, conditions, and restrictions are necessary to increase the pool of bidders and make the properties more desirable.  Developers prefer to develop in an area with guidelines for how development is to occur.  By creating this controlling document now, the City can retain control of the quality of the development while it is the property owner:  If the property is sold as a whole, or a developer purchases more than half of the property, that developer can then amend the document or create their own CC&Rs.  In the meantime, providing for a homeowners’ board or association ensures that one individual doesn’t control the fate of the development.

 

Once purchased, there is always an option for the declarant to turn over control to the owners, but the reason that most developers and property owners want to maintain control until the threshold is to retain control over how the unsold property is developed to make sure that everyone is doing what they’re supposed to do.  Were the City to sell only 55% of the property, it would lose control over the homeowners association and the association could change the covenants making it difficult for the remaining properties to be sold.  Consequently, a 75% sale threshold has been recommended.  Articles of incorporation will need to be filed for the association, but the Council can appoint staff as the initial board of directors should it not desire to fulfill that role.

 

Relating to solar power, if a federal or state law comes into play that says a homeowners’ association cannot restrict the installation of solar panels, or the ability to restrict is limited, those laws take precedence over the homeowners’ rules.

 

Councilmember White moved to amend language at Paragraph 4.11 stating that:  “No reasonable request for installation of solar generating equipment will be denied,” and to let the arbiters decide what is reasonable.

 

Vice-Mayor Barotz moved to recess into executive session, seconded by Councilmember Evans.  The motion passed on majority vote with Mayor Presler, Vice-Mayor Barotz, and Councilmembers Brewster, Evans, and White voting in favor and Councilmembers Babbott and Overton against.

 

The Council meeting reconvened into public session at 6:50 p.m.

 

Councilmember White withdrew his previous motion to amend and replaced it with a motion to amend by adding language that:  “subsequent homeowners and builders are encouraged to pursue this option.”  Councilmember Evans seconded the motion to amend and the vote was unanimous in favor.

 

Vice-Mayor Barotz moved to amend by eliminating Section 4.2.1. and adding new language in subsection F stating:  “Upon disposition of the property by the City of Flagstaff political signs may be allowed.”  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Brewster and passed on unanimous vote.

 

Andy Fernandez spoke in opposition to the proposed action.

 

William Ring spoke in favor of the covenants, conditions, and restrictions, but voiced concerns on how voting rights would be allocated to Parcel 17, on how the homeowners’ association will be administered, and on the City acting both as the association and the regulatory agency.

 

D.

Consideration of Ordinance No. 2010-30:  An ordinance of the Flagstaff City Council, authorizing the sale of certain real property located at the corner of Lone Tree Road and East Sawmill Road, Flagstaff, Arizona, known as Aspen Place at the Sawmill South.

 

 

RECOMMENDED ACTION:

(1)

Read Ordinance No. 2010-30 for the first time by title only.

 

 

(2)

Move to consider the reading of Ordinance No. 2010-30 for the final time by title (requires unanimous affirmative vote).

 

 

(3)

Read Ordinance No. 2010-30 for the final time by title only.

 

 

(4)

Adopt Ordinance No. 2010-30.

 

Councilmember Babbott moved to read Ordinance No. 2010-30 for the first time by title only, seconded by Councilmember White.  The motion passed on unanimous vote and title was read as follows:

 

 

Ordinance No. 2010-30

 

 

 

An ordinance of the Flagstaff City Council, authorizing the sale of certain real property located at the corner of Lone Tree Road and East Sawmill Road, Flagstaff, Arizona, known as Aspen Place at the Sawmill South.

 

 

Councilmember White moved to consider the reading of Ordinance No. 2010-30 for the final time by title only, seconded by Councilmember Brewster.

 

Responding to a question from Council, Mr. Burke agreed to provide a memo to the Council clarifying the homeowners’ association, along with recommendations to facilitate the sale and timelines.

 

The motion to consider the second reading of Ordinance No. 2010-30 passed on unanimous vote.

 

Councilmember Babbott moved to read Ordinance No. 2010-30 for the final time by title only.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Brewster and passed on unanimous vote.

 

Following the reading of Ordinance No. 2010-30 by title only for the final time, Councilmember Overton moved for adoption.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember White and the vote was unanimous in favor.

 

E.

Consideration of Ordinance No. 2010-21:  An ordinance of the City Council of the City of Flagstaff, Arizona, adopting the International Fire Code, 2006 Edition, and amendments, additions and deletions thereto; the International Wildland Urban Interface Code, 2006 Edition, and amendments, additions, and deletions thereto; and the “2010 Amendments to Flagstaff City Code, Title 5, Fire Regulations.”

 

 

RECOMMENDED ACTION:

Read Ordinance No. 2010-21 for the final time by title only.

Adopt Ordinance No. 2010-21.

 

Councilmember Babbott moved to read Ordinance No. 2010-21 for the final time by title only, seconded by Councilmember Brewster.  Councilmember White was absent from the room and not present for the vote which was unanimous in favor.  Title was read as follows:

 

 

Ordinance No. 2010-21

 

 

 

An ordinance of the City Council of the City of Flagstaff, Arizona, adopting the International Fire Code, 2006 Edition, and amendments, additions and deletions thereto; the International Wildland Urban Interface Code, 2006 Edition, and amendments, additions, and deletions thereto; and the “2010 Amendments to Flagstaff City Code, Title 5, Fire Regulations.”

 

 

Councilmember Brewster moved for adoption.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Babbott and passed on unanimous vote.  Councilmember White was absent from the room.

 

F.

Consideration of Ordinance No. 2010-26:  An ordinance amending Flagstaff City Code, Title 1, Administration, by repealing Chapter 1-12, Health Officer, and reserving the same for future use.

 

 

RECOMMENDED ACTION:

Read Ordinance No. 2010-26 for the final time by title only.

Adopt Ordinance No. 2010-26.

 

Councilmember Babbott moved to read Ordinance No. 2010-21 for the final time by title only, seconded by Councilmember Brewster.  The motion passed on unanimous vote, with Councilmember White absent from the room; and title was read as follows:

 

 

Ordinance No. 2010-26

 

 

 

An ordinance amending Flagstaff City Code, Title 1, Administration, by repealing Chapter 1-12, Health Officer, and reserving the same for future use.

 

 

Councilmember Brewster moved to adopt Ordinance No. 2010-21, seconded by Councilmember Evans.  The motion passed on unanimous vote, with Councilmember White absent from the room.

 

G.

Consideration of Resolution No. 2010-59:  A resolution amending the Flagstaff Area Regional Land Use and Transportation Plan to change the land use designation of approximately 3.44 acres of real property located at 1350 West Lower Coconino Avenue from Urban Open Space to Low Density Residential.

 

 

RECOMMENDED ACTION:

Read Resolution No. 2010-59 by title only.

Adopt Resolution No. 2010-59.

 

Councilmember White moved to read Resolution No.2 010-59 by title only, seconded by Councilmember Evans.  The motion passed on unanimous vote and title was read as follows:

 

 

Resolution No. 2010-59

 

 

 

A resolution amending the Flagstaff Area Regional Land Use and Transportation Plan to change the land use designation of approximately 3.44 acres of real property located at 1350 West Lower Coconino Avenue from Urban Open Space to Low Density Residential.

 

 

Councilmember Brewster moved to adopt Resolution No. 2010-59, seconded by Councilmember Evans.  The vote was unanimous in favor.

 

H.

Consideration of Ordinance No. 2010-29:  An ordinance rezoning approximately 10.04 acres of land located at 1350 West Lower Coconino Avenue from RR, Rural Residential Zoning District, to ER, Estate Residential District.

 

 

RECOMMENDED ACTION:

Read Ordinance No. 2010-29 for the first time by title only.

 

Councilmember Overton moved to read Ordinance No. 2010-29 for the first time by title only, seconded by Councilmember White.  The motion passed on unanimous vote and title was read as follows:

 

 

Ordinance No. 2010-29

 

 

 

An ordinance rezoning approximately 10.04 acres of land located at 1350 West Lower Coconino Avenue from RR, Rural Residential Zoning District, to ER, Estate Residential District.

 

 

I.

Consideration of Resolution No. 2010-56:  A resolution of the City of Flagstaff, Arizona authorizing the abandonment and vacation of a right-of-way easement for a detention basin and berm generally located south of the BNSF railroad track in the vicinity of West Route 66 and Woody Mountain Road.

 

 

RECOMMENDED ACTION:

Read Resolution No. 2010-56 by title only.

Adopt Resolution No. 2010-56.

 

Councilmember White moved to read Resolution No. 2010-56 by title only, seconded by Councilmember Overton.  The motion passed on unanimous vote and title was read as follows:

 

 

Resolution No. 2010-56

 

 

 

A resolution of the City of Flagstaff, Arizona authorizing the abandonment and vacation of a right-of-way easement for a detention basin and berm generally located south of the BNSF railroad track in the vicinity of West Route 66 and Woody Mountain Road.

 

 

Councilmember White for adoption, seconded by Councilmember Evans.  The motion passed unanimously.

 

J.

Consideration of Resolution No. No. 2010-62:  A resolution of the Flagstaff City Council approving amendments to the City Council’s Rules of Procedure.

 

 

RECOMMENDED ACTION:

Read Resolution No. 2010-62 by title only.

Adopt Resolution No. 2010-62.

 

Councilmember Overton moved to read Resolution No. 2010-62 by title only, seconded by Councilmember White.

 

Councilmember Babbott moved to amend the agenda order in the Rules of Procedure to add public participation directly after roll call and then again at the evening meeting.  Councilmember White seconded the motion.  The motion passed on majority vote with Mayor Presler, Vice-Mayor Barotz, and Councilmembers Babbott, Brewster, Evans, and White voting in favor, and Councilmember Overton opposed.

 

The motion to read passed on unanimous vote and title was read as follows:

 

 

Resolution No. No. 2010-62

 

 

 

A resolution of the Flagstaff City Council approving amendments to the City Council’s Rules of Procedure.

 

 

Councilmember White moved for adoption.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Evans and passed on unanimous vote.

 

8.      DISCUSSION ITEMS

 

A.

Consideration of Council Discussion:  Infill policy for vacant, older, and/or underutilized commercial property parcels.

 

 

RECOMMENDED ACTION:

Discuss and provide direction, if any.

 

The Council discussed incentives for an infill policy including:

 

·     

Set-asides

 

·     

Higher density

 

·     

Less parking

 

·     

Tax abatements

 

·     

Permitting non-conforming uses

 

·     

Infill incentive districts

 

·     

Capacity fees

 

The Council was advised that Economic Vitality staff is currently working on a commercial infill policy to bring forward for Council consideration, hopefully, within two months.

 

B.

Consideration of Council Discussion:  Flagstaff Housing Authority smoke-free housing.

 

 

RECOMMENDED ACTION:

Discuss and provide direction, if any.

 

The FHA Board is in early stages of evaluating smoke-free housing, working with the Health Department and surveying the residents.  The properties are City-owned and the Council has
authority to control smoking in public housing or smoking in certain units.  Currently, about 5% of public housing projects nationally have no-smoking policies; and most of this related to multi-story buildings.  Housing Authority staff has been meeting with the Health Department who has also made a presentation to the Board.  The initially survey was deemed not to be legal and it is being rewritten so that it can be resent to the residents.  No other Arizona jurisdictions are tackling smoking in public housing.

 

There was no majority Council support for the issue at this time.

 

C.

Consideration of Council Discussion:  Arizona Smart Power Solar Challenge.

 

 

RECOMMENDED ACTION:

None.

 

Toni Rouchard, state director of Arizona Smart Power, a non-profit devoted to clean energy and clean energy efficiency, addressed the Council on two pilot programs Arizona for solar power.  Flagstaff and the surrounding area has been selected as one of the two pilot areas.  For every 100 residents who go to hot water or electric solar, Arizona Smart Power will donate 1KW to the City up to a 5KW system.  In addition, they provide the services of a “solar coach” who visits with a home’s residents.  Their service is intended to help people work through the confusion because the biggest obstacle is determining how to get started.  A 5KW system would be enough to power one household in Flagstaff.

 

It was consensus of Council to accept the solar challenge.

 

D.

Consideration of Council Discussion:  Native American artisan permit and regulations.

 

 

RECOMMENDED ACTION:

Discuss and provide direction, if any.

 

After a variety of Council comments, no objection was expressed to working with Native Americans for Community Action to possibly design a process and help artisans fill out an application.

 

E.

Consideration of Council Discussion:  Local arts stimulus program.

 

 

RECOMMENDED ACTION:

Discuss and provide direction, if any.

 

Bruce Aiken, Chairperson of the Beautification and Public Art commission, explained that the economic turmoil has taken a serious effect on the art community.  The City might wish to consider a program that would employ up to three artists in return for a specific number of art pieces that would be on display in the community.  The city would benefit and the artists would benefit.  Similar types of past programs have been shown to be beneficial in a variety of ways. 

 

David Grandon, a local artist, spoke in support of the proposal. 

 

A number of ideas were considered by the Council such as:

 

·     

Looking at alternatives and suggested pieces

 

·     

Beautifying buildings

 

·     

Partnering with the Beautification and Public Arts Commission and with and Flagstaff Cultural Partners in designing an arts stimulus program.

 

·     

Diverting other economic development funds for this activity

 

·     

Encompassing the entire art community and not just painters.

 

At the conclusion of the discussion, Mayor Presler, Vice-Mayor Barotz, and Councilmembers Babbott, Brewster, Evans, and White were supporting of moving forward with a program at the commission level, in conjunction with Flagstaff Cultural Partners, and other community partnerships.  It will be emphasized that only existing, and no new, resources will be used.

 

City Manager Burke as for a follow-up discussion with the Council on how to program Council discussion items into the Council’s priorities.

 

9.      PUBLIC PARTICIPATION

 

Andy Fernandez addressed a number of issues that he was interested in.

 

10.    INFORMATIONAL ITEMS AND REPORTS FROM COUNCIL AND STAFF, REQUESTS

 

FOR FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS

 

Related to Council comments and questions on the Land Development Code rewrite, the Council expressed its desire to see each others’ comments, questions, and answers.  The information will be separated into three categories:  (1) suggestions that don’t change content; (2) clarifying questions; and (3) policy debate questions.  It is intended that the public discussions at work session will be focused on policy debate.  To take it in more manageable segments, the Council will begin with the first three chapters of the zoning code information to date.  It was Council consensus for the Planning and Zoning Commission to finish its work and make its recommendations to the City Council before the Council has in-depth discussion of the zoning code update.  At the joint retreat, it was agreed that the commission would do its work prior to the Council doing its work, so that the Council can receive the commission’s recommendations as part of their review.  The item will remain on the October 12 work session for additional discussion.

 

Councilmember Babbott for a discussion of how Council discussion items under Section 8 of the Council agenda are prioritized.  He would like to see a supermajority requirement before it supplants other work.

 

Council activities for the week included attendance at a group picture for Drug Free Schools, a proclamation for National Breastfeeding Week, and Native American Cultural building groundbreaking on the university campus.

 

11.    ADJOURNMENT

 

There being no further business to come before the Council, the meeting adjourned at 9:42 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 October 5, 2010.  I further certifty that the Meeting was duly called and held and that a quorum was present.

 

DATED this 6th day of October, 2010.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CITY CLERK