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01.14. 2015 - City Council MinutesCITY COUNCIL MINUTES - JANUARY 14, 2015 CITY OF MIAMI GARDENS REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MINUTES JANUARY 14, 2015 A) CALL TO ORDER/ROLL CALL The City Council for the City of Miami Gardens, Florida, met in regular session, Wednesday, January 14, 2015, beginning at 7:00 p.m., in the City of Miami Gardens, 18605 NW 27t' Avenue, Miami Gardens, Florida. The following members of the City Council were present: Mayor Oliver Gilbert, Vice Mayor Felicia Robinson and Council members Lisa C. Davis, Lillie Q. Odom, Rodney Harris, David Williams Jr., and Dr. Erhabor Ighodaro. Also in attendance were: City Manager Cameron Benson, City Attorney Sonja K. Dickens and City Clerk Ronetta Taylor. B) INVOCATION Mayor Gilbert delivered the Invocation. C) PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE Recited in unison. D) APPROVAL OF MINUTES Motion offered by Councilman Williams, seconded by Councilman Harris to approve the minutes with necessary corrections, if any. This motion passed and carried by a unanimous voice vote of the members present. E) ORDER OF BUSINESS (Items to be pulled from Consent Agenda at this time) Councilwoman Davis pulled Item K-3 from the Consent Agenda. Motion offered by Councilman Ighodaro, seconded by Vice Mayor Robinson to adopt the official agenda with the necessary changes/deletions/additions. There being no further discussion, the motion to adopt the official agenda passed and carried by a unanimous vote of the members present. F) SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS (5 minutes each) F-1) Office of the City Clerk Clerk Taylor along with the staff from the Office of the City Clerk presented Deputy City Clerk Mario Bataille with a plaque for his dedicated service during his employment with the City Regular City Council Minutes - January 14, 2015 Page 1 CITY COUNCIL MINUTES - JANUARY 14,1201S of Miami Gardens. Mr. Bataille has accepted the position of City Clerk for the City of Hallandale Beach, Florida. G) PUBLIC COMMENTS Francis Ragoo appeared before the City Council to share information about the American Cancer Society and the Relay for Life Event scheduled for April 17-18, 2015, at the Betty T. Ferguson Recreation Center. Damien Morgan representing the American Cancer Society appeared before the City Council to further expound on the Relay For Life Event. He stated that Relay For Life wanted to be a part of the Jazz in the Gardens event scheduled in March. Chili's, 19801 NW 2"d Avenue, Miami Gardens is also participating by contributing ten percent (10%) of meals purchased to the American Cancer Society. That participating will take place January 22"d from 11:00AM - 11:00PM Patrick Lowrie, 110 NW 208th Street, Miami Gardens, Florida, appeared before the City Council to thank the City of Miami Gardens Police Department for their quick response as it related to speeding in his neighborhood. He asked whether some type of signage could be erected in the area thanking people for not speeding. Mayor Gilbert informed Mr. Lowrie that someone from Public Works and the Police Departments would be speaking with him about his inquiry. JoAnn Harris, 5020 NW 197th Street, Miami, Florida 33055, appeared before the City Council to share that her group had performed during the Elderly Affairs Advisory Committee Annual Holiday Party. Athena H. Grant, 1045 Curtiss Drive, Opa-locka, Florida, appeared before the City Council to ask when was the New City Hall built. Mayor Gilbert offered to provide Ms. Grant with a tour of the building. Marcelle B. Jones a representative from Goldson Spine Rehabilitation Center appeared before the City Council and shared that a big part of her organization is community outreach. Goldson Spine Rehabilitation Center selected Miami Gardens to bring its 5K Run event, this year. The event is scheduled, February 21, 2015, starting at Betty T. Ferguson Recreation Center. Dr. David Jackson, 18821 NW 19th Avenue, Miami Gardens, Florida, appeared before the City Council to express concern with the violent crimes in his neighborhood. He also expressed concern with speeding and the lack of police presence in his neighborhood. He further expressed concern with having the City of Miami Gardens identified; certain areas of the City are being called Opa-locka and Carol City. Regular City Council Minutes - January 14, 2015 Page 2 CITY COUNCIL MINUTES - JANUARY 14, 1 2015 Mayor Gilbert informed Dr. Jackson that someone will speak with him with regards to increased police presence. The zip code issue is also being addressed, but it is a process. Ulysses Harvard, 1693 NW 193`d Street, Miami Gardens, Florida, appeared before the City Council to express concern with Item L-1. He shared that one of the individuals that bided on the Planning Services is actual a product of this community. He asked the Council to consider E.L. Waters & Company, LLC., for Planning Services. Sonia Flowers, 17435 NW 17th Avenue, Miami Gardens, Florida, appeared before the City Council to express concern with the Granny B Restaurant Property, which is vacant; also the gas station on NW 19th Avenue and 183`d Street. She said these properties are becoming homes for the homeless. She shared that she was told previously that this matter would be taken care of within 60-90 days, which did not happen. She announced that Scott Lake Crime Prevention meeting is scheduled for January 29, 2015, starting at 6:30 p.m., at Scott Lake Elementary School. This group will be hosting its annual outing to Orlando, Florida to the Holy Land, February 28, 2015. The ticket price is $95.00, which includes the bus fee as well as food and the entrance fee. Charles McCoy, 16200 NW 18th Place, Miami Gardens, Florida, appeared before the City Council to express concern with noise in his neighborhood. Mayor Gilbert informed Mr. McCoy that the City has a noise ordinance in place. It is just a matter of getting enforcement out to his neighborhood. Betty T. Ferguson, 1625 NW 188th Terrace, Miami Gardens, Florida, appeared before the City Council to speak on behalf of UP -PAC and many others in the community, as she has done for the past 30 years. She shared when the City was created she limited her political comments to Saturday mornings at UP -PAC. Ms. Ferguson stated that it has been painful for her to watch a brand-new city with the opportunity to be different, as it was created to be. However, the City is starting to look very much like the County. The City Council will vote tonight to award a contract that cuts to the very heart of why she is feeling pushed tonight to the point of speaking out. She said residents want to understand why decision -makers in the City of Miami Gardens appear not to be concerned enough about the perception all over this County that qualified African-Americans don't get opportunities. She opined one of the reasons Miami Gardens was created was because residents believed we could better govern ourselves and that African-Americans could have a fair chance to get contracts to grow and develop their businesses. We of all people understand the excuse used by the power structure to keep us at the back of the bus. Ms. Ferguson emphasized the importance of giving African-Americans who are truly qualified opportunities here in Miami Gardens; opportunities that did not exist in the same system that we pulled away from. She conveyed her belief that the City Manager if allowed Regular City Council Minutes - January 14, 2015 Page 3 CITY COUNCIL MINUTES - JANUARY 14, 1 2015 could spread the word around that major contracts are given to qualified people. Many will feel that they are being treated fairly. We have professionals to manage our City, and opined the Council should not be micromanaging because they are not the paid professionals. The council members were elected to represent constituents not to rubberstamp. She further opined that each Council member should have a Legislative Aide that would do the researched, to assist the Council in making decisions. Ms. Ferguson opined, in the wake of good government elected officials should have to justify why they voted a certain way. When it comes to major contracts we should not feel there is an uneven playing field. Latasha Pickett, 9431 Live Oak Place, Davie, Florida, appeared before the City Council to express concern about not being able to become a vendor at the Jazz in the Gardens Music Festival. She indicated that she has been trying to become a vendor for the past four years. Mayor Gilbert asked Ms. Pickett to speak with Assistant City Manager Vernita Nelson about this matter. Melissa Williams, 1810 NW. 152nd Terrace, Miami Gardens Florida, appeared before the City Council to speak about the character of Mr. Elbert Waters and his company. She shared that she has known Mr. Waters for over 51 years. His parents lived around the corner from her. She shared that she is very familiar, as well as she is sure the Council members are about Title VII, which relates to equal opportunity, and not be judged because of the color of one skin or religion, race and all the other stuff. She shared that Mr. Waters is a graduate from FAMU. He was a city planner for the City of Miami, as well as a supervisor for the Water and Sewer Department for Broward County. She stated that she did not want the Council to award the contract because he's black; she wanted the Council to award the contract to Mr. Waters because she believe this company is the best qualified. She commented, "If not now, when." Mayor Gilbert took this opportunity to present Mario Bataille, Deputy City Clerk with a proclamation. He shared that it was only ten years ago that Mario was working at a movie theater picking up popcorn. He started here in the City as an assistant in the Office of the City Clerk. He was smart, intelligent and conveyed his interest in becoming a City Clerk. Our Clerk who is a teacher sent him to every training session required for his certification. That is not a story only related to him, but a story throughout the city and its employees. People who started at the bottom have moved up. Vemita Nelson started out as a contract employee she is now an Assistant City Manager. The city provided job training and gave them not just jobs; the City gave them careers. Mario is leaving us to become a City Clerk. Mario's story is not uncommon because whether it be Daniel Rosemond or Renee Miller, or any number of black municipal professionals around Broward and Dade County; they got their training here in the City of Miami Gardens. So when you say why the City was created I give you Mario Bataille, a guy who was picking up popcorn ten years ago. He is going to be a City Clerk in the City of Hallandale Beach. I give you Renee Miller, who is the City Manager of Hallandale Beach. I give you Regular City Council Minutes - January 14, 2015 Page 4 CITY COUNCIL MINUTES - JANUARY 14, 2015 Daniel Rosemond who is the Deputy City Manager of Hallandale Beach. I give you administrators from around this area that we offered opportunities to. They are gone. Mayor Gilbert commented, so, you say why this City was created. One of the interesting questions was if not now, when and shared one of the contractors for the City Hall complex was Foster Construction; which was not only black but local and lives here in the Andover area. When the bond was done all three law firms used were black. When we do public relations, Sonshine For All, and Circle of One are black. We are the Council that sent residents to the police academy, and gave them careers in law enforcement. That is who this Council is. So, when you say that as a City we have deviated from the message that is not true. Mayor Gilbert shared that the production crew, which provides the staging and equipment services for Jazz in the Gardens, "Drummer Boy" is a black company. The City Manager, the Assistant City Managers, the Chief of Police and the two Assistant Chiefs of Police are all African Americans. This Council did that. These are the facts. He encouraged residents to ask the City Manager who the City is doing business with. He also shared that the City has been doing a good job in hiring residents. He further shared that the City has the only African- American female Building Official in the State of Florida. Mayor Gilbert presented Mario Bataille with a proclamation, proclaiming, Wednesday, January 14, 2015, as Mario Bataille Day in the City of Miami Gardens. Mario Bataille thanked each member of the Council for their support over the years. He also thanked the City Manager and City Attorney for their support. He further thanked the City Clerk of believing in him and his ability; for her guidance and leadership. (H) ORDINANCE(S) FOR FIRST READING: H-1) AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MIAMI GARDENS, FLORIDA, AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 2009-06-178 OF THE CITY COUNCIL THAT AUTHORIZED THE BORROWING OF SEVEN MILLION, THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS ($7,300,000), AND THAT AUTHORIZED THE ISSUANCE OF CITY OF MIAMI GARDENS, FLORIDA TAXABLE LAND ACQUISITION REVENUE BONDS NOT TO EXCEED SEVEN MILLION, THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS ($7,300,000); AUTHORIZING AN EXTENSION OF THE MATURITY DATE OF SAID BONDS AT A REVISED INTEREST RATE; REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS IN CONFLICT; PROVIDING A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE; PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. (SPONSORED BY THE CITY MANAGER) Regular City Council Minutes - January 14, 2015 Page 5 CITY COUNCIL MINUTES - JANUARY 14, 2015 Motion offered by Vice Mayor Robinson, seconded by Councilman Harris to adopt this item on first reading. There being no other discussion, the motion to adopt on first reading passed and carried by a 7-0 vote. Councilman Davis: Yes Councilman Harris: Yes Councilman Igbodaro: Yes Councilwoman Odom: Yes Vice Mayor Robinson: Yes Councilman Williams: Yes Mayor Gilbert: Yes (I) ORDINANCE(S) FOR SECOND READING/PUBLIC HEARING(S) ORDINANCE NO. 2015-01-331 I-1) AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MIAMI GARDENS, FLORIDA, CREATING SECTION 2-790 OF THE CITY'S CODE OF ORDINANCES TO PROVIDE FOR THIRD PARTY SPONSORSHIPS OF CITY SERVICES, PROJECTS, EVENTS, FACILITIES AND ACTIVITIES; CREATING SECTION 34-670(3) OF THE CITY'S SIGN CODE TO PROVIDE FOR EXEMPTIONS FOR SPONSORSHIPS; CREATING SECTION 34- 672 TO PROVIDE FOR ADVERTISING REGULATIONS ON CITY -OWNED PROPERTY; PROVIDING FOR ADOPTION OF REPRESENTATIONS; REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; PROVIDING A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE; PROVIDING FOR INCLUSION IN CODE; PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. (SPONSORED BY THE CITY MANAGER) Mayor Gilbert opened the floor for this public hearing. After there were no interested parties to speak on this item, the public hearing closed. Motion offered by Councilwoman Davis, seconded by Councilwoman Odom to adopt this ordinance. There being no discussion, the motion to adopt passed and carried by a 7-0 vote. Councilman Harris: Yes Councilman Ighodaro: Yes Councilwoman Odom: Yes Vice Mayor Robinson: Yes Regular City Council Minutes - January 14, 2015 Page 6 CITY COUNCIL MINUTES - JANUARY 14, 2015 Councilman Williams: Yes Councilwoman Davis: Yes Mayor Gilbert: Yes (.n RESOLUTION(S)/PUBLIC HEARING(S) None (K) CONSENT AGENDA: RESOLUTION NO. 2015-01-2198 K-1) A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MIAMI GARDENS, FLORIDA, ACKNOWLEDGING VICE MAYOR FELICIA ROBINSON'S APPOINTMENT OF TIM TURNER TO THE CITIZENS ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR A THREE YEAR TERM; PROVIDING FOR THE ADOPTION OF REPRESENTATIONS; PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE. (SPONSORED BY VICE MAYOR FELICIA ROBINSON) RESOLUTION NO. 2015-02-2199 K-2) A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MIAMI GARDENS, FLORIDA, RECOGNIZING FEBRUARY AS BLACK HISTORY MONTH; AUTHORIZING AN ESSAY CONTEST FOR ELEMENTARY STUDENTS; AUTHORIZING THE EXPENDITURE OF ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS ($1,000.00) FROM THE SPECIAL EVENT FUND; PROVIDING FOR THE ADOPTION OF REPRESENTATIONS; PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE. (SPONSORED BY COUNCILMAN ERHABORIGHODARO) RESOLUTION NO. 2015-03-2200 K-4) A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MIAMI GARDENS, FLORIDA, AUTHORIZING THE RENEWAL OF THE AGREEMENT WITH SANCHEZ ARANGO CONSTRUCTION COMPANY FOR BUS SHELTER MAINTENANCE THROUGH FEBRUARY 2016; AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO ISSUE PURCHASE ORDERS, IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED ONE HUNDRED TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS ($110,000.00), FOR THIS PURPOSE; PROVIDING FOR THE ADOPTION OF REPRESENTATIONS; PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE. (SPONSORED BY THE CITY MANAGER) Regular City Council Minutes - January 14, 2015 Page 7 CITY COUNCIL MINUTES - JANUARY 14, 12015 RESOLUTION NO. 2015-04-2201 K-5) A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MIAMI GARDENS, FLORIDA, AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO ISSUE A PURCHASE ORDER IN THE AMOUNT OF NINETY FOUR THOUSAND ONE HUNDRED SIXTY DOLLARS AND FIFTY THREE CENTS ($94,160.53) TO TYLER TECHNOLOGIES, INC., FOR FISCAL YEAR 2015 EDEN SOFTWARE MAINTENANCE SUPPORT AND LICENSES; PROVIDING FOR THE ADOPTION OF REPRESENTATIONS; PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE. (SPONSORED BY THE CITY MANAGER) RESOLUTION NO. 2015-05-2202 K-6) A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MIAMI GARDENS, FLORIDA, DECLARING TWELVE (12) FLEET VEHICLES TO BE SURPLUS; AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO UTILIZE RENE BATES AUCTIONEERS, INC. FOR AUCTION SERVICES TO DISPOSE OF THE SURPLUS VEHICLES; PROVIDING FOR THE ADOPTION OF REPRESENTATIONS; PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE. (SPONSORED BY THE CITY MANAGER) RESOLUTION NO. 2015-06-2203 K-7) A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MIAMI GARDENS, FLORIDA, APPROVING SUBSTANTIAL AMENDMENTS TO THE CITY OF MIAMI GARDENS' HOUSING POLICIES, ATTACHED HERETO AS EXHIBIT A; PROVIDING FOR THE ADOPTION OF REPRESENTATIONS; PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE. (SPONSORED BY THE CITY MANAGER) RESOLUTION NO. 2015-07-2204 K-9) A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MIAMI GARDENS, FLORIDA, APPROVING A POLICY FOR THIRD PARTY SPONSORSHIPS OF SERVICES, PROJECTS, EVENTS, FACILITIES AND ACTIVITIES, ATTACHED HERETO AS EXHIBIT "A"; PROVIDING FOR THE ADOPTION OF REPRESENTATIONS; PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE. (SPONSORED BY THE CITY MANAGER) Motion offered by Councilman Williams, seconded by Councilwoman Davis to adopt the Consent Agenda. Regular City Council Minutes - January 14, 2015 Page 8 CITY COUNCIL MINUTES - JANUARY 14,1201S There being no discussion, the motion to adopt passed and carried by a unanimous voice vote. (L) RESOLUTION(S) RESOLUTION NO. 2015-08-2205 K-3) A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MIAMI GARDENS, FLORIDA, AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER AND THE CITY CLERK TO EXECUTE AND ATTEST RESPECTIVELY, THAT CERTAIN LOBBYIST UNDERTAKING AGREEMENT WITH YOLANDA CASH JACKSON OF BECKER & POLIAKOFF, P.A., FOR A ONE (1) YEAR TERM, WITH THE OPTION TO RENEW FOR AN ADDITIONAL ONE () YEAR TERM, IN THE AMOUNT OF SIXTY THOUSAND DOLLARS ($60,000.00), A COPY OF WHICH IS ATTACHED HERETO AS EXHIBIT "A"; PROVIDING FOR ADOPTION OF REPRESENTATIONS; PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE. (SPONSORED BY MAYOR OLIVER GILBERT) Councilwoman Davis inquired about the dollar amount paid for lobbyist services, last year. Mayor Gilbert in response to Councilwoman Davis' inquiry explained that there were some issues in Tallahassee, which prompted him to have to travel there for several meetings. Even though the lobbyist contract had expired, service was provided. He placed emphasis on the importance of approving this contract. The amount is the same as last year's. Motion offered by Mayor Gilbert, seconded by Councilman Harris to adopt this item. There being no further discussion, the motion to adopt passed and carried by a unanimous voice vote. RESOLUTION NO. 2015-09-2206 L-1) A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MIAMI GARDENS, FLORIDA, AWARDING A BID TO E.L. WATERS & COMPANY LLC, FOR PLANNING AND ZONING SERVICES; AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO NEGOTIATE AND EXECUTE AN AGREEMENT FOR THIS PURPOSE; PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE (SPONSORED BY THE CITY MANAGER) (Deferred from December 11, 2014) Regular City Council Minutes - January 14, 2015 Page 9 CITY COUNCIL MINUTES - JANUARY 14, 12015 Shellie Ransom -Jackson, Director of Development Services and Code Compliance appeared before the City Council to answer any questions. Councilwoman Davis inquired about the dollar amount to be paid to the contractor. Ms. Ransom -Jackson said staff was looking at a revenue component, and cash recovery component. Mayor Gilbert clarified the City is not paying any money at all. Motion offered by Mayor Gilbert, seconded by Vice Mayor Robinson to award the contract to Calvin Giordano & Associates, Inc. He shared his rationale for selecting Calvin Giordano & Associates, Inc. He emphasized the importance of voting for the benefit of the City. He said this contract encompasses the Planning and Zoning Department; the whole thing, which is a big deal. He expressed concern with not having enough staff to address those Planning and Zoning items. He stated if you read the specs and read what was presented, the proposals were not close to what was being asked for, and that is why he was going with Calvin Giordano & Associates, Inc. There being no further discussion, the motion to adopt with Calvin Giordano & Associates, Inc., failed by a 3-4 vote. Vice Mayor Robinson: Yes Councilman Williams: No Councilwoman Davis: No Councilman Harris: No Councilman Ighodaro: Yes Councilwoman Odom: No Mayor Gilbert: Yes Motion offered by Councilman Harris, seconded by Councilwoman Odom to award the contract to E.L. Waters & Company LLC, passed and carried by a 4-3 vote. Vice Mayor Robinson: No Councilman Williams: Yes Councilwoman Davis: Yes Councilman Harris: Yes Councilman Ighodaro: No Councilwoman Odom: Yes Mayor Gilbert: No Regular City Council Minutes - January 14, 2015 Page 10 CITY COUNCIL MINUTES - JANUARY 14, 1 2015 QUASI-JUDICIAL ZONING HEARINGS: (M) ORDINANCES ON FOR FIRST READING(S): None (N) ORDINANCES ON FOR SECOND READING/PUBLIC HEARING(S) None (0) RESOLUTION(S)/PUBLIC HEARING(S) None (P) REPORTS OF CITY MANAGER/CITY ATTORNEY/CITY CLERK No reports (Q) REPORTS OF MAYOR AND COUNCIL MEMBERS Councilwoman Davis announced that she is hosting a Town Hall meeting, Monday, January 26, 2015, for Residential Area Seat -2. The meeting is scheduled from 6:30PM to 8:30PM. The topic of discussion is the renovation of the City's parks. She encouraged everyone with questions to come out for this informative meeting. Councilman Williams shared that the Miami Herald partnered with the City during the Science and Engineering Fair. At a date to be determined in February, the Miami Herald is going to invite all the winners and their families to the Miami Herald Building to meet other scientists. He thanked the Miami Herald for taking that initiative. Vice Mayor Robinson announced the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., celebration is scheduled for this upcoming weekend. Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority will be hosting a summit for youth at New Way Baptist Church, from 4-6 p.m., Sunday, January 18, 2015. Mayor Gilbert shared that he had an opportunity to attend the Miami City Ballet. He said this was the first time he had ever attended a ballet. He shared his desire to bring this type of event to the youth of Miami Gardens. He emphasized the importance of exposing our youth to art and cultural programs. (R) WRITTEN REQUESTS, PETITIONS & OTHER WRITTEN COMMUNICATIONS FROM THE PUBLIC None Regular City Council Minutes - January 14, 2015 Page 11 CITY COUNCIL MINUTES - JANUARY 14, 2015 (S) ADJOURNMENT There being no further business to some before this Body, and upon a motion being duly made the meeting adjourned at 8:15 p.m. �-"' r Iver Gilbert, Mayor Attest: Ronetta Taylor, C, City Clerk Regular City Council Minutes - January 14, 2015 Page 12