Council: November 17th 2014

MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF COUNCIL
Mayfield Village Civic Hall
Monday, November 17, 2014 - 8:00 p.m.

The Council of Mayfield Village met in Regular Session on Monday, November 17, 2014 at Mayfield Village Civic Hall.  Council President Buckholtz called the meeting to order at 8:00 p.m.

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ROLL CALL: 

Present: Mr. Buckholtz, Mr. Jerome, Mr. Marquardt, Mr. Marrie, Mrs. Mills and Mr. Saponaro

Also Present: Mayor Rinker, Mr. Wynne, Mr. Diemert, Chief Edelman, Chief Carcioppolo, Mr. Marrelli, Mr. Metzung, Mr. Thomas, Mr. Cappello, Mr. DiNardo, Mr. Esborn, Ms. Wolgamuth and Mrs. Betsa

Absent: Dr. Parker

The Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag was given.

OPEN PORTION:

3-minute limit imposed by Chair.  Those who wish to speak must first state their name and address.

John Schuster
6576 SOM Court

My wife Lorraine and I have been residents of Mayfield Village since 1992, with the last 7 years in Parkledge.  Two things I wanted to mention tonight. They are interrelated.  I will try to make this quick.  I know a lot of activity is going on.  I want to thank Tom Cappello and everyone else who have been involved to try and address some of the issues we have been concerned with as owners on SOM Court and myself as a member of the Board of Directors for our Homeowner’s Association.  The first issue is drainage. I know that is on the agenda tonight.  To maybe add some background, for years we have had problems with run-off from CEI as they cut through a curb in the back of the parking lot and drained their property on to ours along with perhaps some salt run-off and things.  As part of the path project, Tom was able to work with CEI and finally get that resolved on a permanent basis. Thank you for that.  That having been accomplished, we are still seeing a lot of run off and did not realize that so much of it is coming from property behind us to the south of us.  I know there is a plan to drain that.  I have seen some information on that.  Hopefully that will solve the problem.  It has been a big issue for us.   We want to thank Doug who is going to take care of it if the weather gets better.  If we cut them down, he will haul them away.  We appreciate that.

The other area we would like some help with is, was this done right in the first place?  Was it appropriate? Are we looking at something that is always going to be problematic?  We are a small homeowner’s association. We currently have a proposal for $30,000.  If we are going to do something, we want to do it right. We don’t want to do it again.  We are hoping that perhaps the Landscape Architect working with the City Engineer could give us guidance and assistance in making sure we are doing the right thing and we have something that will be permanent and look good in the Village of Mayfield for a long time to come. We ask your help in that regard.

The second area we are concerned with is the path originally was going to come straight behind the fencing.  It was changed.  It looks great. It’s beautiful.  But it now winds into what is behind my house and my neighbor’s homes.  In so doing, a lot of trees came out to allow it to do that. We are losing more of those trees because they are dying due to the run off and wet conditions there.  If I look out my bedroom window now, I can wave to the people walking down the path.  That scares me.  It’s not necessarily a safe condition.  It scares us in terms of what that might bring to our neighborhood.  

Again, I want to thank Tom for taking a step in that direction.  The Landscape Architect has drawn up some plans which show conditional screening to maybe at least block the views.  We are very concerned.  I don’t know that what has been drawn up really goes far enough. Some of the plantings are deciduous.  It won’t do us any good in the winter. I suspect most of you walked that path when it was opened.  When you did, you couldn’t see us. It was still green.  If you walk that tomorrow, you can wave to us. That is a serious concern. I am hoping we can keep that door open until we feel comfortable from a safety perspective that it is not going to be an issue.  There’s no limit to the path.  Anyone can access it at any time day or night.  We hope we can continue in dialogue along that direction to have a safe situation.

Mr. Saponaro asked, what type of screening have you been discussing?

Mr. Schuster replied, shrubs.  I don’t know what the best thing to do is.

Mayor Rinker stated, the short answer is we will continue working with you just as we have been all along.

Mr. Schuster replied, good.  I was hoping to hear that.  Thank you for that answer.

Mr. Saponaro asked, what have we looked into?  Is this all preliminary right now?

Mr. Cappello replied, Jim McKnight has come up with a plan about planting around the bow off the trail and putting some plantings almost directly behind Mr. Schuster’s property. 

Mr. Schuster asked, have you seen the sketches from the Landscape Architect?

Mr. Saponaro replied, no, I have not.

Mr. Schuster shared the sketches.

Council President Buckholtz asked, so what you are saying is there is fencing behind your property?

Mr. Cappello replied, board on board, north side.

Council President Buckholtz asked, originally the path was going to be west of that fencing.

Mayor Rinker stated, it still is.

Council President Buckholtz stated, I will obtain your contact information and come out to see it.

Mr. Schuster stated, thank you very much.

Council President Buckholtz stated, you are welcome. Thanks for taking the time to come out.  Anything else?  There were no further comments.

CONSIDERATION OF MINUTES:

Regular Council Meeting – October 20, 2014

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Jerome, made a motion to approve the minutes as written. 

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All        
NAYS: None                                          

Motion Carried. Minutes Approved.

Special Council Meeting – November 3, 2014

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Jerome, made a motion to approve the minutes as written. 

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All                                              
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Minutes Approved.

COMMENTS FROM MAYOR RINKER

Mayor Rinker reminded everyone that on the 24th there is a joint meeting between Council, Planning and Zoning, ARB, BZA and anyone else. TDA Architects is going to give its preliminary overview of optional proposals for the Community Room. It should be a good meeting.

Mrs. Mills asked about the ribbon cutting at the Civic Center. 

Mayor Rinker replied, that’s on December 4th.

Council President Buckholtz asked, are we getting the word out to people about the meeting on the 24th?

Mayor Rinker replied, this is primarily for those organizations. People can come to them like they come to a Council meeting.

COMMENTS FROM COUNCIL PRESIDENT BUCKHOLTZ

There were no comments.

DEPARTMENT HEAD REPORTS:                          

SERVICE – Douglas Metzung

Mr. Metzung reported, in the middle of leaf season, someone dumped a snow storm.  We are hoping for a thaw so we can complete leaf season this Fall. We have not done any Spring clean-up. We have always had a thaw beforehand.  Let’s root for that.  We will complete leaf season through the middle of December and will then officially allow winter to begin.

BUILDING – John Marrelli

There was no report.

ENGINEERING – Tom Cappello

There was no report.

LEGAL DEPARTMENT – Joe Diemert

There was no report.

FIRE – Chief Eugene Carcioppolo

Chief Carcioppolo reported, the Fire Department will be posting a full-time Civil Service examination this week in the paper based off of the new revised Civil Service Rules.  It will be to fill much needed vacant positions in our department.  That will post on Thursday. 

Mr. Saponaro asked, what positions?

Chief Carcioppolo replied, entry level firefighter

Council President Buckholtz asked, any other questions?  There were none.

FINANCE – Ron Wynne

There was no separate report this evening.

POLICE – Chief Richard Edelman

Chief Edelman stated, I have a couple agenda items this evening. Also, this past Thursday, the Fire Chief and I along with my School Resource Officer and the Chief Ranger from the Metroparks met with the Center School PTA to discuss child safety and safety in general along the trail and in the schools.  We had a similar discussion with what this gentleman was talking about with safety on the trails.  If you would not mind, I would like to call you tomorrow to discuss it further. It was a lively discussion and a lot information was passed back and forth.

PARKS AND RECREATION – Bill Thomas

Mr. Thomas reported, as Doug said, winter arrived early. The Grove sledding hill will be ready for use as soon as we get our signs up. Wildcat Sports and Fitness hired an Aquatics Supervisor. We will be offering a learn to swim program beginning Saturday, January 10th. We have over 70 families that want to take learn to swim. We will be starting our Spring/Summer planning.  It’s underway even though the snow is out there.

For the senior report, an exhibit of watercolor pictures are out on the walls from November through the end of December. A reception was held for the artists and their families on November 8th. A special thank you to Patsy Mills for her help with the reception. Last month, the second annual Mayfield Art Show was held at the Library.  The next Lunch N Movie is December 3rd. The movie is Bridges of Madison County. Reservations are due by November 26th.  Fifty people registered for the free lunch and learn program on November 21st. The topic is How to get a good night’s sleep.  A foot clinic will be held on December 5th and 12th from 1:00 to 3:00.  Upcoming trips on November 19th:  we will have a lunch and tour of the Canton Woman’s Club and the First Ladies Museum. On December 3rd, we will tour Stan Hywett Hall in Akron.  On December 4th we will go to the State Theater to see Irving Berlin’s White Christmas. All three trips are sold out. We are currently taking reservations for the Holiday Party on December 12th for Village residents, ages 60 and over.  It will be held at the Community Room from 12:00-3:00. Reservations are due by December 5th.

ARCHITECT – Ron DiNardo

There was no report.

PLANNING DEPARTMENT  - Ted Esborn

Mr. Esborn reiterated that the ribbon cutting is on December 4th at 4:00 p.m. It is required for our Ohio EPA Swif Grant for the Civic Center Driveway project. We are doing the ribbon cutting in conjunction with Chagrin River Watershed Partner’s Board meeting which they are holding in this room at 4:00. The ribbon cutting will kick off that meeting. Members of Council and Department Heads who can be there would be great.

ADMINISTRATION – Diane Wolgamuth

There was no report.

STANDING COMMITTEE REPORTS:

Activities Committee – Mrs. Mills reported, we won’t be meeting until January. Also, reminder about the Tree Lighting on the 7th at 7:00 p.m.  The Singing Angels will be here on the 13th at 7:00 p.m.  The Menorah Lighting is on the 16th at 7:00 p.m.

Architectural Review Board – Mr. Marrelli stated, we met last Thursday and approved the room addition on Beech Hill.

Board of Appeals – Mr. Marrelli stated, Board of Appeals will be meeting on Tuesday, November 25th

Cemetery – Mrs. Mills stated, there is no report.

Citizen's Advisory Board – Mr. Marrie reported, we met on the 5th. The Mayor was the main speaker. We had an update and conversation on the Community Room. The Mayor asked for suggestions and comments which he received many of.  The combination of that and all of the people attending it will be discussed on the 24th.

 Safety and Service – Mr. Marrie reported, Safety and Service met on the 3rd. We discussed the sidewalk next to the driveway at the Library and the driveway lights which are in and one.   The Chief has an item on the agenda tonight for an investigative tool for his Police Department. We also discussed bike signs on SOM Center Road along the Seneca area.

Finance Committee – Mr. Marquardt reported, Finance Committee met tonight.  All items on the agenda are on the Council agenda with the exception of one that was added by Chief Carcioppolo.  We will have to amend the agenda.

Historical Society – Mrs. Mills reported, the Historical Society will be having their holiday lunch in conjunction with the Garden Club on December 10th at 12:30 in Civic Hall.

Hillcrest Council of Councils – Mr. Jerome stated, there was no meeting. There is no report.

Ordinance Review Committee – Mr. Marquardt stated, there was no meeting. There is no report.

Planning and Zoning – Mr. Marquardt stated, there was no meeting. There is no report.

Recreation Board - Mr. Marrie reported, we will be meeting on Wednesday to evaluate the Halloween Party.  Bill mentioned the Santa Ride between 10:00 and 1:30 on Saturday, December 13th which will be followed by the children’s Christmas Party. We can always use volunteers for that party if anyone feels up to it. We also will be planning for the Spring/Summer program for next year.    Mr. Thomas mentioned, we are going in to SOM Court for the first time.

Commission on Aging – Mrs. Mills reported, Bill already mentioned the Holiday Party.  Our next official meeting is January 8th.

SPECIAL COMMITTEE REPORTS:

Information & Technology – There was no meeting. There is no report.

Records Commission – Mrs. Mills reported, we had to cancel our November meeting.  Our next meeting is December 17th at 12:00 p.m.

Community Economic Development – Mr. Saponaro stated, we don’t have a meeting right now.  Ted and I will be meeting in the next couple weeks going through an agenda and putting a meeting together. 

Mr. Saponaro asked, can we add Drainage and Infrastructure as a Special Committee report back on to the agenda.  Mr. Jerome has requested one.  I know we are in the works of putting one together. Do we have anything scheduled at this point?

Mr. Metzung replied, no.

Mr. Saponaro stated, okay.  We need to get that scheduled as well.

The Grove Committee - Mr. Jerome reported, we are meeting this Thursday at 7:00 in the Main Conference Room. We will be discussing the infrastructure and programming, staff potentials, food vendors, getting our ducks in a row to figure out a plan for next year.

OLD BUSINESS:

Second Reading of Ordinance No. 2014-23, entitled, “An Emergency Ordinance amending Codified Ordinance Section 1185.14(e) by adding Section 1185.14(e)(3) relating to temporary signs permitted in any district.”  Introduced by Mayor Rinker and Council as a Whole. (First Reading – October 20, 2014)

Ordinance No. 2014-23 will be left on Second Read.

NEW BUSINESS:

Motion to authorize expenditure in the amount of $71,835.00 to Greve Chrysler Dodge Jeep for the purchase of three Dodge Chargers for Police Department.

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Marrie, made a motion to authorize expenditure in the amount of $71,835.00 to Greve Chrysler Dodge Jeep for the purchase of three Dodge Chargers for Police Department. 

Council President Buckholtz asked, any questions?  There were none.

Roll Call:        

AYES: All      
NAYS: None            

Motion Carried. Expenditure Authorized.

Motion to authorize expenditure in the amount of $2,500 and to enter into a one-year contract with Geofeedia for on-line investigative tool.

Mr. Marrie, seconded by Mrs. Mills, made a motion to authorize expenditure in the amount of $2,500 and to enter into a one-year contract with Geofeedia for on-line investigative tool.

Council President Buckholtz asked Chief Edelman, could you go through one more explanation of what this is?

Chief Edelman stated, this is a social media monitoring tool.  It searches the public domain of 9 different social media sites which is something you can do individually sitting at your computer. This is a catchall for all 9 of them.   It looks for certain keywords and phrases based on whatever location you set for it. There was some discussion at Caucus as well as Safety and Service as to the appropriate use of such a tool.  In your e-mail, I provided a policy to that effect that regulates use in my detective bureau.  It is an investigative tool that will not only help us solve crimes but prevent crimes as well.

Council President Buckholtz asked, what other communities are using it?

Chief Edelman replied, Lyndhurst and Mayfield Heights are both using it.

Council President Buckholtz asked the Law Director, I saw the policy you wrote.  Is there something we need to do?  I am concerned about this because it’s no different than anything else going on in the electronic world. We are entering it and putting our name on it. 

Mr. Diemert replied, the policy will suffice. We are really not monitoring everyone’s social media.  It’s only in the case of probable cause for a crime that has been committed and you are looking for clues with keywords that directly relate to that crime or your potential acts of individuals who you already may have some suspicions.  It wouldn’t be a bad idea for the detective bureau to give the Safety and Service Committee along with the Mayor as Safety Director monthly updates as to how it has been used so you can monitor it. 

Council President Buckholtz asked, is it less of a proactive tool and more of if something happened, you could go back and trace? 

Mr. Diemert replied, I think that’s how it started out, going backwards looking for things, but they found it could be useful for preventative.

Chief Edelman added, certainly it started as a way to solve crimes. It’s evolved.  What we found is that using these certain keywords it is helpful in a way of locating problem areas and suspects we know are in the area.

Mr. Diemert replied, the Chief mentioned, there are so many stupid criminals out there who will talk about on their facebook that they were shooting out street lights. You put in “shooting out street lights” and you can find out who the guys were.

Mr. Diemert added, the policy is as enforceable as anything that Council will do. The Police Department is the only ones who are going to be able to use it.

Council President Buckholtz asked, it doesn’t get adopted in the Codified Ordinances?

Mr. Diemert replied, no.  We may want to after you get the periodic reports on how well it is working or any problems that have developed.

Council President Buckholtz asked, any other conversation or questions? There were none.

Roll Call:        

AYES: All      
NAYS: None            

Motion Carried. Expenditure Authorized.

Motion to authorize expenditure in the amount of $6,900 to King Excavating for drainage at the Falkner property.

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Saponaro, made a motion to authorize expenditure in the amount of $6,900 to King Excavating for drainage at the Falkner property.

Mayor Rinker stated, that’s the property.

Council President Buckholtz asked, any questions or discussion? There were none.

Roll Call:        

AYES: All      
NAYS: None            

Motion Carried. Expenditure Authorized.

Motion to acknowledge receipt of financial reports for October 2014 and to approve of same as submitted.

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Saponaro, made a motion to acknowledge receipt of financial reports for October 2014 and to approve of same as submitted.

Council President Buckholtz asked, any further discussion?

Mr. Wynne mentioned, through the end of October, our income tax collections were down by $281,000.  With collections received this month, they are now down $192,000.  I am still taking a conservative role in predicting they will be down for the year about $450,000-500,000 compared to last year which is actually better than expected coming in to this year with last year being as extraordinary as it was.

Council President Buckholtz asked any questions or comments?  There were none.

Roll Call:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Financial Reports for October 2014 Acknowledged/Approved.

First Reading of Ordinance No. 2014-25, entitled, “An Emergency Ordinance amending Codified Ordinance Sections 331.41, 301.361, 371.12, 373.01, 373.02, 373.04, 373.07 and 351.01.” Introduced by Mayor Rinker and Council as a Whole.

Mrs. Mills asked, does this have to be passed as an emergency, Chief?

Chief Edelman replied, this has to do with the wording of the trail. 

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Saponaro, made a motion to suspend the rules of Council requiring an Ordinance to be read on three separate occasions.

Roll Call:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Rules Suspended.

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Marrie, made a motion to enact Ordinance No. 2014-25.

Council President Buckholtz stated, this is just to clean up language. We had a situation where a vehicle drove on to the trail.  This should take care of that.  Any other questions?  There were none.

Roll Call:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Ordinance Enacted.

Resolution No. 2014-29, entitled, “An Emergency Resolution declaring the official intent of reasonable expectation of the Village of Mayfield on behalf of the State of Ohio (the Borrower) to reimburse its Eastgate/Meadowood Sanitary Sewer Conversion Fund for the Eastgate/Meadowood Sanitary Sewer and Water Lines Project, Loan Project No. CA17R/CA18R, with the proceeds of tax exempt debt of the State of Ohio.”  Introduced by Mayor Rinker and Council as a Whole.

Mr. Saponaro, seconded by Mrs. Mills, made a motion to adopt Resolution No. 2014-29.

Council President Buckholtz asked, any discussion? 

Mr. Wynne reported, this is a requirement of our interest free loan for the sewer conversion project just telling the State that we will be paying the contractor directly ourselves and then seeking drawdowns on the loans to reimburse ourselves.

Council President Buckholtz asked, we had a grant for this?

Mr. Wynne replied, correct. The grant is $250,000. The maximum loan amount was $726,000.

Council President Buckholtz asked, any other conversation? There was none.

Roll Call:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Resolution Adopted.

Motion to amend the agenda to authorize expenditure in an amount not to exceed $15,000 to repair the rear differential on the 2006 ladder truck.

Mr. Marquardt, seconded by Mr. Jerome, made a motion to amend the agenda to authorize expenditure in an amount not to exceed $15,000 to repair the rear differential on the 2006 ladder truck.

Council President Buckholtz asked, any questions or discussion? There were none.

Roll Call:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Agenda Amended.

Motion to authorize expenditure in an amount not to exceed $15,000 to repair the rear differential on the 2006 ladder truck.

Mr. Saponaro, seconded by Mrs. Mills, made a motion to authorize expenditure in an amount not to exceed $15,000 to repair the rear differential on the 2006 ladder truck.

Council President Buckholtz asked, any questions or discussion?

Mr. Marquardt stated, this was discussed in Finance.  The rear differential is stripped out.  Finance recommends that legal get involved because this truck has 11,000 miles on it and a rear differential should not be going bad at 11,000 miles. 

Chief Carcioppolo stated, it is 8 years old. The warranty is only good for 5 years.  It was made by Meritor.  They have never seen one break in a Fire Truck.  They have seen it in over-the-road vehicles.  They pulled it apart due to the preventative maintenance they did on it a couple months ago and brought it down to have the brakes inspected. When they went to drain the fluid to do an oil analysis on the rear differential, they said there wasn’t any point in sending it because they had dime size pieces of steel come out.  They had to take the rear differential apart to get some of the larger chunks of steel out of it that would not come out of the drainhole.  It’s in the shop now.  It’s out of service.  It’s at All American Fire in Canton.

Mr. Diemert asked, there are other options for repair, or not?

Chief Carcioppolo replied, at this point, I would say no.

Mr. Diemert asked, and has the vendor we bought it from been put on notice about it at all?

Chief Carcioppolo replied, no.  The vendor we bought it from is two hours away. It’s Advantech in New Philadelphia, Ohio.

Mr. Diemert asked, you will make sure they save the old parts?

Chief Carcioppolo replied, yes, I already told them I needed them.  I also have pictures.

Roll Call:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Expenditure Authorized.

ANY OTHER MATTERS:

Council President Buckholtz asked if there were any other matters. 

Regarding our e-mail policy, Mr. Saponaro stated, I know we sent out a policy about everyone’s e-mails and how far people can reach in when they are doing a public records request.  I know some folks are using their Village e-mails and some are using their personal e-mails.  Is there a requirement? Are we required to use Village e-mail?  Is it just a recommendation? 

Mr. Diemert replied, since my memo, I have not heard of any policy being adopted or discussion about separating out e-mail usage.  I recommended it. I think it would be a good idea in the event the Village does get in any kind of predicament. There has been forensic review of computers.  If you happen to have your Village work on your own computer, it will be subject to review. Those are things you should look at. Some communities gave I-pads to all Council so they could protect their e-mails and segregate them out so if there is discovery all you have to give up is your I-pad.

Mr. Jerome stated, I talked to Joe about it.  I am a big supporter of it.  From a professional standpoint, most communities out there have uniform e-mail addresses.

Mr. Saponaro asked, does the device become susceptible to exam?

Mr. Diemert replied, it can. Even if you had your own e-mail through the Village but you still ran it through your laptop, there’s the potentiality they would want to see your hard drive to determine what you have deleted over the years. We have big restrictions on electronic discovery.  You have to go through a lot of listings of what is protected and what is not.  To avoid all that, you separate your devices.  One of our communities adopted a policy where any time you send any e-mail it goes to a public records administrator in the Village which we have here. They are copied on everything. They have to be careful of protecting that information so if there is discovery we can say I have done nothing on this that has not been copied to the Mayfield Village administrator of public records.

Mr. Saponaro stated, we need more guidance on what we can do, what we should or should not do.  The whole point is not to subject our personal or other business interests to public records requests.

Council President Buckholtz recommended we convene an IT Committee. 

Mr. Marrie asked, if there were Village-issued I-pads to everyone on Council, that would eliminate the possibility of someone getting into your private or business e-mail?

Mr. Diemert replied, they are never allowed to get in to your private e-mail. They can get into your private computer if you are using both. 

Mr. Marrie stated, that’s what I meant to say.

Mr. Saponaro asked, does the municipal league you are in discuss this policy in particular?  Everyone can’t be walking around with three electronic devices.  Can you get some information on that?

Mrs. Betsa replied, I have some information that I can share.

Mr. Marquardt stated, Joe already suggested the effective method.  Keep a copy in a central location. If someone wants to do discovery, it’s all there. You don’t have to go to everyone’s individual unit.

Mr. Saponaro stated, a central location does not stop someone from making a records request and going after it anyways.

Mr. Diemert stated, say there was a public records request for all e-mails you wrote relating to Planning Commission at any time on any subject.  If you deleted it from your computer and there is no central place, that is a problem.  That is a public record. They are entitled to get it. We would have to go into the deleted of your computer. If you copied the administrator here, it doesn’t matter what you delete.  That administrator could pull up all the e-mails and we would review it for any privileged or attorney client privileged information.

Mr. Saponaro asked, do we have a separate e-mail for that?

Mrs. Betsa replied, when Council sends me something to save, I flip the e-mail into a special folder and place it into the archives. 

ADJOURNMENT

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Saponaro, made a motion to adjourn.

The meeting adjourned at 8:40 p.m.  The next Council meeting is scheduled for Monday, December 15, 2014 at 8:00 p.m.