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WORK SESSION AGENDA

 

FLAGSTAFF CITY COUNCIL

MONDAY

OCTOBER 16, 2006

COUNCIL CHAMBERS

211 WEST ASPEN AVENUE

4:00 P.M.

 

Notice of Option to Recess Into Executive Session:

 

 

Pursuant to A.R.S. §38-431.02, notice is hereby given to the members of the City Council and to the general public that, at this regular meeting, the City Council may vote to go into executive session, which will not be open to the public, for legal advice and discussion with the City’s attorneys for legal advice on any item listed on the following agenda, pursuant to A.R.S. §38‑431.03(A)(3).

 

 

1.

Call to Order.

 

 

2.

Roll Call:

 

MAYOR DONALDSON            

VICE MAYOR OVERTON         

COUNCILMEMBER COOPER        

COUNCILMEMBER HAUGHEY           

 

 

 

COUNCILMEMBER KELTY         

COUNCILMEMBER SWANSON          

COUNCILMEMBER WHITE          

3.

Public Participation:

 

Public Participation enables the public to address the council about items that are not on the prepared agenda.  Public Participation appears on the agenda twice, at the beginning and at the end of the work session.  You may speak at one or the other, but not both.

 

Anyone wishing to comment on an item that is on the agenda is asked to fill out a speaker card and submit it to the recording clerk.  When the item comes up on the agenda, your name will be called.

 

You may address the Council up to three times throughout the meeting, including comments made during Public Participation.  Please limit your remarks to three minutes per item to allow everyone to have an opportunity to speak.

 

4.

Review of Agenda for the October 17, 2006 City Council Meeting.

 

5.

Discussion of League State Issues.

 

a.

State Shared Revenues.

 

b.

Property Tax Cuts.

 

c.

Eminent Domain.

 

d.

Cable Licensing Fees.

 

e.

Impact Fees.

 

f.

Liquor Law Changes.

 

g.

County Island Fire District Mandates.

 

h.

HURF Diversion Repayment.

 

i.

Transportation/Public Safety Bonding Resolution.

 

j.

Gun Control Restrictions.

 

k.

Website Posting Requirements.

 

6.

Discussion of State Ballot Issues.

 

a.

Proposition 104:

Increasing Debt Capacity for Cities and Towns.

 

b.

Proposition 207:

Private Property Rights Protection Act.

 

c.

Proposition 101:

Resetting the Base Year for Property Tax Levies.

 

d.

Proposition 105:

Reforms to the State Land Trust Allocation Process.

 

e.

Proposition 106:

Reforms to the State Land Trust Allocation Process.

 

f.

Proposition 301:

Prohibiting Probation for Persons with Methamphetamine Convictions.

 

g.

Proposition 205:

Specifying All Mail Elections

 

h.

Proposition 206:

Prohibits Smoking in Enclosed Public Places (Pre-empts Stricter Regulations).

 

i.

Proposition 201:

Prohibits Smoking in Enclosed Public Places (Allows Stricter Regulations).

 

j.

Proposition 103:

Specifies English as the Official Language of Arizona

 

k.

Proposition 203:

Increases Funding for Early Childhood Development and Health Program.

 

l.

Proposition 300:

Excludes Illegal Aliens from Receiving Certain Public Benefits.

 

m.

Proposition 100:

Prohibits Bail for Illegal Aliens Detained on Serious Felony Offenses Under Certain Circumstances.

 

7.

Informational Items To/From Mayor, Council, and City Manager.

 

8.

Public Participation.

 

9.

Adjournment.