Paris Municipal Center
June 14, 2011
A regular meeting of the Paris City Commission was called to order at 9:00 a.m. by
Mayor Michael Thornton followed by the Pledge of Allegiance.
Present: Mayor Thornton; Commissioners Wallis Brooks, Stan Galbraith, Tim Gray
and John Plummer; Interim City Manager Ron Vanover; City Clerk Cheryl Dryden and
City Attorney Charles D. Cole.
Motion was made by Brooks, seconded by Plummer and unanimously carried to approve
the agenda as presented.
Motion was made by Brooks and seconded by Plummer to approve minutes of the
May 24, 2011 regular session and June 9, 2011 special session as presented. All ayes.
Brooks moved, Gray seconded and motion unanimously carried to accept and file the
following Communication items.
a. DAR donation acknowledgement
b. Police Dept. applying for Bureau of Justice JAG Grant
Gray moved and Plummer seconded to approve the Paris Youth Baseball May 2011
financials as presented. All ayes. Motion carried.
Gray moved and Plummer seconded to approve the flood repair expenses in the amount
of $4,358.44 payable to Rodney Roe for Garrard Park. All ayes. Motion carried.
In consideration of the lease with Center for Women in Racing, Cole advised the matter
of the county taking over ownership of the facility had been discussed with the county
attorney and he had agreed to go ahead and pull the deed to the property. Cole stated he
would conduct further research and may have the county’s position on the matter at the
Gray moved and Brooks seconded to award retiring Police Lt. Jeff Lizer with his service
pistol for his years of service. All ayes. Motion carried. Chief Sutton reported working
with legal counsel for proper documentation for transfer of the weapon.
Brooks moved and Gray seconded to approve the request of April Kenney for closure of
the 14th Street viaduct on July 23, 2011 from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. for an Autism
Awareness Event to be held at Claysville Park. All ayes. Motion carried.
Concerning a request by Duncan Tavern Historic Center for a budget allocation in the
amount of $2,500, it was noted the budget had already been approved for FY 2012.
Galbraith moved and Gray seconded that Duncan Tavern Historic Center be advised that
the budget and appropriations for the FY 2012 budget had already been set and the
Center could make a request for funding in March of next year for FY 2013. All ayes.
Galbraith moved and Brooks seconded to approve one handicap parking space in front of
855 Horton Drive requested for Henry Frederick by Tracy Mynear. All ayes. Motion
Motion was made by Galbraith and seconded by Plummer to approve a $250.00 donation
to the Council of Bourbon County Garden Clubs to sponsor the annual July concert. All
ayes. Motion carried.
Galbraith moved and Brooks seconded to approve request of Mike Asalon, Engineering
Services Director, for line item transfers in his 2011 budget in the amount of $5,300. All
ayes. Motion carried.
Plummer moved and Galbraith seconded to give second reading to the following
ordinance adopting the City of Paris annual budget for fiscal year July 1, 2011 through
June 30, 2012 estimating revenues and resources and appropriating funds for the
operation of city government. All ayes. Motion carried.
CITY OF PARIS
ORDINANCE NO. 2011-2
AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING THE CITY OF PARIS, KENTUCKY ANNUAL
BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR JULY 1, 2011 THROUGH JUNE 30, 2012
ESTIMATING REVENUES AND RESOURCES AND APPROPRIATING FUNDS
FOR THE OPERATION OF CITY GOVERNMENT.
WHEREAS, an annual budget proposal and message has been prepared and
delivered to the Board of Commissioners, and
WHEREAS, the Board of Commissioners has reviewed such a budget proposal
and made necessary modifications.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF
COMMISSIONERS OF THE CITY OF PARIS, KENTUCKY, AS FOLLOWS:
Section I: That the annual budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2011
and ending June 30, 2012 is hereby adopted as follows:
Section II: This Ordinance shall be in full force and effect upon its adoption,
recordation and publication as required by law, with an effective date of July 1, 2011.
Given first reading regular meeting, May 24, 2011.
Given second reading regular meeting, June 14, 2011.
Signed by Mayor: June 14, 2011
Recorded by Clerk: June 14, 2011
Published in Paper: June 22, 2011
CITY OF PARIS, KENTUCKY
Mike Thornton, Mayor
Brooks moved and Plummer seconded to give second reading to the following ordinance
amending Section 62.104 of the Code of Ordinances to adopt by reference provisions of
KRS Chapter 243.070 relating to the issuance of alcoholic beverage licenses and the fees
to charged therefore by the City of Paris. All ayes. Motion carried.
CITY OF PARIS
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 62.104 OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES
TO ADOPT BY REFERENCE PROVISIONS OF KRS CHAPTER 243.070 RELATING
TO THE ISSUANCE OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE LICENSES, AND THE FEES TO
BE CHARGED THEREFORE BY THE CITY OF PARIS.
Be it Ordained by the City of Paris, Kentucky:
Section 1. That Paris Board of Commissioners previously repealed and
reenacted Section 62.104 of the Code of Ordinances relating to Fees for alcoholic
beverage licenses by Ordinance 2008-1, which had its second reading on March
11, 2008 and which was recorded by the City Clerk and signed by the Mayor on
March 12, 2008 and which became effective on its publication in the newspaper
on March 19, 2008.
Section 2. That section 62.104 of the Code of Ordinances is hereby
amended as follows to incorporate by reference the provisions of KRS 243.070,
which concerns the City’s issuance of licenses for the manufacture and trafficking
in alcoholic beverages and fees to be charged by the City for all such licenses:
Section 62.104 ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE LICENSES AND FEES
(A) No license under the provisions of this Article shall be issued by the City
until there has been paid a license fee provided for in this Section.
(B) The kinds and types of alcoholic beverage licenses which may be issued by
the Commonwealth of Kentucky Office of Alcoholic Beverage Control under the
provisions of KRS Chapter 243, as amended from time to time and in effect at
application, unless by their specific terms are not issuable in a city of the third
class, may be issued by the City of Paris.
(C) The fee to be payable to the City for the issuance of each such license shall
be in the same amount as the fee for such license payable to the Commonwealth
maximum allowable fee as set forth in KRS 243.070.
Section 3. That this Ordinance shall take effect upon its passage and
publication in full as required by law.
Introduced on First Reading: Special Meeting, June 9, 2011
Adopted on Second Reading: June 14, 2011
Signed by Mayor: June 14, 2011
Recorded by Clerk: June 14, 2011
Published in Paper in Full: June 22, 2011
CITY OF PARIS
Michael Thornton, Mayor
Cheryl Dryden, City Clerk
First reading of an ordinance regarding use of golf carts on a public roadway was delayed
until the next meeting in order to include a map and list of streets.
First reading was given to Ordinance 2011-5 amending Section 24.0001 of the Code of
Ordinances to adopt by reference newly revised personnel and pay classification plan.
Galbraith moved and Brooks seconded to adopt Resolution 2011-34 approving the
execution of a Municipal Aid Co-op Program Contract between the City and Kentucky
Transportation Cabinet, Department of Rural and Municipal Aid for the fiscal year
beginning July 1, 2011, as provided in the Kentucky Revised Statutes and accepting all
streets referred to therein as being streets which are a part of the Incorporated City. On
call of vote, Brooks, Galbraith, Gray, Plummer and Thornton voted yes. Motion carried.
Brooks moved and Galbraith seconded to authorize the mayor to execute Grant
Agreement Amendment No. 1 for Grant No. 0900013020, LWCF#21-1388 extending the
expiration date for the Garrard Park Phase II Walking Trail project to June 30, 2012. All
ayes. Motion carried.
Motion was made by Galbraith and seconded by Brooks to accept for dedication and
perpetual maintenance 3,430.12 LF of sanitary sewer line improvements for Bourbon
Hills Phase II and Lynnwood Drive as recommended by Mike Asalon, Engineering
Services Director. All ayes. Motion carried.
Brooks moved and Gray seconded to accept the recommendation of Mike Asalon,
Engineering Services Director, and approve the estimated cost proposal in the amount of
$8,600 from Mattingly Engineers for engineering services for the retaining wall at
Hopewell Springs Park. All ayes. Motion carried.
First reading was given to Ordinance 2011-6 declaring and establishing a moratorium on
pending and future applications for new development of all areas serviced by the City of
Paris’ Lexington Road Lift Station. Pat Harney, Waste Water Plant Superintendent,
reported his concerns with sewage flow in the Clintonville Road area especially during
Brooks moved and Galbraith seconded to approve a contract with Ron Vanover for city
manager services commencing on July 1, 2011 and ending on June 30, 2012. On call of
vote, Brooks, Galbraith, Gray, Plummer and Thornton voted yes. Motion carried.
Galbraith moved and Brooks seconded to adopt Resolution 2011-35 authorizing the
mayor to enter into and execute a contractual services agreement with Ronald D. Vanover
to serve as city manager. On call of vote, Brooks, Galbraith, Gray, Plummer and
Thornton voted yes. Motion carried.
Galbraith moved and Plummer seconded to authorize the mayor to execute a contract
with HMB Professional Engineers, Inc. for water system improvements project. All ayes.
Plummer moved and Brooks seconded in support of the letting of the solid waste hauling
services contract to Rumpke of Kentucky for a period of one (1) year, effective July 1,
2011. All ayes. Motion carried.
Galbraith moved, Plummer seconded and motion unanimously carried to approve
payment of the following bills:
General Fund Payables 14-Jun-11 Description
Payroll Transfer $ 154,073.89 Payroll due 5/27/11
Central KY Hauling $ 866.50 Roof replacement expense @ Sta 2
Oce Imgaistics $ 41.58 Maintenance usage - Fire
Ron Brannon/Ron's Upholstery $ 500.00 Re-upholster seats - Eng 2
Local Gov't Corporation $ 5,896.00 Balance of software upgrade
Joe Stevenson $ 33.56 Training expense
Rodney Roe $ 7,000.00 LL Program - May 2011
WMTH Corporation $ 500.00 Participation in 400 Mile Sale
Walmart $ 649.18 Shop vac, paint, rollers, misc
AT&T $ 2,298.81 Service
A Action Pest Control $ 95.00 Maintenance
CAAK $ 50.00 Membership renewals - Doyle/Asalon
Bill Caldwell $ 2,750.00 2011 deposit - Annual Fireworks Display
Dotson Brothers $ 142.80 Repair #119 - Street
Inventory Trading Co. $ 1,092.00 Brigade hooded jackets - Fire
Shawn Jacobs $ 80.49 Reimburse for radio batteries - Police
Municipal Equipment $ 146.45 Wheel for Street Sweeper
Riley's Goodyear $ 453.17 Tires, repairs - Engineering, Water
Standard Business Machine $ 79.60 Cost per copy agreement - May - PMC
Tech Resources $ 2,814.00 3 desktop pc's & monitors - Sally, UT clerks
Vehicle Systems $ 187.50 Repair to Am LaFrance
Fleetone $ 11,958.71 Fuel
Doug French Mowing $ 4,945.00 May
Vanover Consulting $ 4,292.00 May
AT&T $ 89.21 Service - Police
Bevin's Motor Co. $ 47.36 Weedeater parts - Street
Bluegrass Kesco $ 200.00 Water treatment products
Chapman Printing $ 207.50 Envelopes
Combined Utilities $ 7,607.89 Service
Bourbon County Citizen $ 376.50 Ads
Central Equipment Co. $ 259.22 Equipment parts - Street
Clean Sweep Janitorial $ 400.00 5/16/11-5/31/11
Cintas $ 557.60 Uniform service
Eads Hardware $ 411.90 Keys, concrete mix, etc. - Police, Street
Hamilton Hinkle Paving $ 531.12 Surface material - Street
Hinkle Contracting Corp. $ 476.40 Surface material - Street
Kleem, Inc. $ 244.87 Sign material, brackets - Traffic lights
KY Motors $ 53.60 Hose - Street
Kentucky Utilities $ 4,929.62 Service
Kwik Set Fasteners $ 1,215.00 Roller tool cabinet - Fire
Mastin's Auto Service $ 1,178.76 Repairs - Police, Street, WWTP
Northfield Oil Company $ 408.33 Off road diesel
Oce Financial Service $ 29.00 Copier lease - Police
Office Ware $ 186.46 Copier lease - Fire
Republic Diesel $ 32.24 Brake switch - Street Sweeper
Smits Greenhouses $ 84.70 Plants - PMC
South Main BP $ 205.17 Fuel
Sullivan-Brough Inc. $ 244.80 Safety vests - Street/Sanitation
Verizon Wireless $ 1,563.53 Air cards - Police, Fire, WWTP
Systems $ 1,597.85 Annual maintenance 5/23/11-5/22/12
Martin's Sanitation $ 1,100.00 Toilet rentals
Tractor Supply Co. $ 74.45 Small tools, mower parts
Kentucky Uniforms $ 1,394.70 Pants, boots Fire
KY Retirement System $ 51,610.12 Hazardous retirement contribution
KY Retirement System $ 14,618.69 Non-hazardous retirement contribution
Paris Bo Co EMS $ 80,000.00 Feb-June Contribution
Paris Bo Co E911 $ 13,000.00 June contribution
Don Beheler $ 125.00 June rent
Wachovia Bank $ 784.23 Life insurance premium
Humana Insurance Co $ 51,233.87 Health insurance premium
Columbia Gas $ 658.05 Service
D-C Elevator Co. $ 515.61 Maintenance
KACP $ 500.00 Conference - Sutton/Williams
Inside the Tape LLC $ 550.00 Homicide training - Primm/Asbury
ROCIC $ 200.00 Conference - Sutton/Williams
Lexington Glass Company $ 1,809.00 Front entrance glass replacement - PMC
CAAK $ 25.00 Membership renewal - Withrow
The Neat Company $ 1,499.80 4 Desk scanners - Police
Columbia Gas $ 58.16 Service - Sta 2
KY State Treasurer $ 100.00 Boiler inspections - PMC
Overhead Door Co. of
Lexington $ 979.40 Repair @ Sta 2
Time Warner $ 124.95 Modem lease
Vogelpohl Fire Equipment $ 262.08 Holmatro couplers - Fire
Sturgill Turner Barker &
Moloney $ 7,334.40 Legal - May
Payroll Transfer $ 146,004.94 Payroll due 6/10/11
VISA $ 1,411.93 (14.97) - Lodging credit - Electric
51.61 - Training expense - Engineering
237.99 - Lodging - Engr training
250.00 - WWTP license renewals
756.25 - Metering school - Electric
131.05 - Lodging - Engr training
Brooks moved and Galbraith seconded to authorize the mayor to execute an agreement
with Ray, Foley, Hensley and Company, PLLC for auditing services for FY 2011 with a
maximum fee of $20,000 and the potential of an additional $3,000 if a Federal single
audit is required. All ayes. Motion carried.
Ms. Tibbs, co-owner of Vardens, expressed concern for customer parking on July 2nd due
to the public parking lot being closed per a lease with Amy Carpenter. Ms. Tibbs
proposed local merchants be made aware of similar plans in the future. Vanover stated
the city will strive for more communication to the merchants and community in the
Reports of Staff
Vanover expressed his appreciation for the commission’s support in his transition from
part-time to full-time status. He reported approval had been received by the Division of
Water and Flood Plain Management for the city to proceed with demolishing/closing the
old wastewater treatment plant and wet wells at Garrard Park.
Police Chief Kevin Sutton reported with the retirement of Jeff Lizer promotional testing
would be taking place next week and the Kentucky League of Cities firearm/taser
training scenario was available for anyone interested.
Fire Chief Andy Roe requested the word “narcotics” in his department’s Standard
Operating Procedure be changed to “controlled substance”. Brooks moved and Gray
seconded to ratify a revision to the Paris Fire Department Standard Operating Procedure.
All ayes. Motion carried.
Mike Asalon reported receiving three bids for demolition of the Hurley property with the
lowest being $26,000. Cole advised the city would incur the cost of the demolition, file a
lien based upon the demolition estimate, proceed with demolition and complete the
process with foreclosure. Galbraith proposed confirming appeal dates and property titles
and having a plan of action for the next meeting.
Concerning the Cypress Street property, Cole reported the code enforcement fines had
reached $1,000 and the plan was to proceed with filing a lien on the property.
HR Director Erin Morton advised still working on liability and property insurance
renewals. She stated the employees health insurance increase for the new policy did not
take place with the first payroll of June and proposed starting the increase with the
second June payroll. Morton advised the picnic/health fair was being set for later in the
Cole reported on a pending lawsuit involving the Energy Environment Cabinet versus
the City of North Middletown in which the Cabinet had proposed an agreed order be
signed off by all parties involved and that North Middletown comply with all regulations
going forward and insure that within sixty days of entry of the order that North
Middletown had obtained the services of a certified wastewater treatment plant operator
who shall have primary responsibility of the city’s wastewater treatment plant and that
North Middletown continue to utilize the City of Paris certified operator until a certified
wastewater treatment plant operator had been obtained. Cole stated he was comfortable
with the language and would authorize the Energy Environment Cabinet to affix his
signature to the order.
Cole stated he had discussed with the county attorney issues regarding appointments to
the joint recreation board and the lease for Women in Racing.
Plummer advised the Paris City School Superintendent had requested as a safety measure
a school crossing on High Street behind Southside.
Galbraith presented information concerning power companies warning of big rate hikes
due to the unprecedented number of proposed regulations having to do with the state’s
coal-fired power plants. McCarty responded that now would be the perfect time for the
city to raise base electric rates. Galbraith also reported the City of Nicholasville was
looking at a CDBG grant for a scattered-site housing project to restore rundown houses
and inquired if there was a way to quantify water usage for customer’s watering their
lawns. McCarty advised the only way would be with the installation of a separate
Galbraith moved and Plummer seconded to go into an executive session to discuss
personnel matter pursuant to KRS 61.810(1)(f). All ayes. Motion carried.
Out of Executive Session
Brooks moved, Plummer seconded and motion unanimously carried to resume regular
Gray moved and Brooks seconded to direct the HR Director to follow up with action in
regard to Giles Hyatt and last chance agreement. All ayes. Motion carried.
Brooks moved, Plummer seconded and motion unanimously carried to adjourn
at 11:50 a.m.
Paris Municipal Center
June 14, 2011
A special meeting of the Paris City Commission was called to order at 1:00 p.m. by
Mayor Michael Thornton for a hearing pursuant to KRS 95.450.
Present: Mayor Thornton; Commissioners Wallis Brooks, Stan Galbraith, Tim Gray and
John Plummer; Interim City Manager Ron Vanover; City Clerk Cheryl Dryden; Human
Resource Director Erin Morton; Fire Chief Andy Roe; City Attorney Charles D. Cole and
City Attorney Josh Salsburey.
Hearing Pursuant to KRS 95.450
Cole stated that Mr. James Schaub had contacted him earlier in the day and would not be
present for the hearing. Cole advised Mr. Schaub’s hearing had originally been scheduled
for June 9, 2011 at 9:00 a.m. and that Mr. Schaub had requested and agreed to a
continuance on June 14, 2011 at 1:00 p.m. Cole read for the record the following email
to James Schaub with copy to Cheryl Dryden dated Tuesday, June 14, 2011 at 12:21 p.m.
- Dear Mr. Schaub, as you are aware your hearing was continued from June 9 at 9:00
a.m. to June 14 at 1:00 p.m. You contacted me this morning and indicated that you cannot
locate an attorney, that you have no funds, and that you have no driver, which would
allow you to attend today’s hearing. Please be advised that a special meeting of the Paris
Board of Commissioners will be convened at 1:00 p.m. on today’s date. Per our phone
conversation, I will email and mail any written action taken by the Commission on
today’s date based upon the charges filed against you by the City’s Director of Human
Resources, Erin Morton.
Cole asked if the Commission wished to continue with the hearing. Consensus was to
proceed with the hearing.
Ms. Morton testified under oath to the accuracy of the following documents presented for
the record by Josh Salsburey: Charges Against James Schaub dated June 6, 2011 from
Erin Morton, Director of Human Resources which Mr. Schaub refused to sign; Notice of
Hearing dated June 6, 2011 from Erin Morton, Director of Human Resources, which Mr.
Schaub refused to sign; Notice of Resignation and a letter to James Schaub dated June 6,
2011 confirming meeting scheduled for Monday, June 6, 2011 at 11:00 a.m. and
including twenty-nine (29) documents that may be used at the hearing. Ms. Morton read
for the record the following first and last paragraphs of a letter dated October 28, 2010:
Dear Mr. Schaub, this letter is to inform you that your rights under the Family and
Medical Leave Act (FMLA) have expired as of October 15th, 2010. If you are unable to
return to work on or before November 5, 2010, you will need to provide additional
medical documentation from your physician supporting your continued need to be off
work with an anticipated return to work date. This information needs to be sent to Erin
Morton at the City of Paris 525 High Street Paris, KY 40361 and must be provided no
later than November 5, 2010. If you fail to provide the requested information, or if the
information you provide is not sufficient to support your absence, your employment may
be subject to termination from the Paris Fire Department ………If you do not respond by
November 5, 2010 and are unable to perform the essential functions of your position with
or without reasonable accommodations the City may be required to pursue termination of
your employment. You may desire to apply for other positions for which you are able to
perform the essential functions. If you have any questions feel free to contact me at 859-
987-2110 or at email@example.com. signed Erin Morton, Human Resources. Ms.
Morton stated Mr. Schaub did not attempt to contact her on or before November 5, 2010;
Mr. Schaub did not provide before or on that date any doctor verifications stating he
could not work; Mr. Schaub did not apply for any other positions with the City other than
the Firefighter job and never asked about any other position with the City. Ms. Morton
stated Mr. Schaub did send an email dated November 8, 2010 at 3:20 p.m. in which he
asked for an extended period of time through December so that his lawyer Mr. Catlett
could finish his appeal for Kentucky Retirement Systems due to multiple doctors saying
that he will not be able to resume the position of Firefighter/Paramedic ever again. Ms.
Morton stated paperwork from the doctors was received in the following weeks and did
not indicate when Mr. Schaub could return to work. Ms. Morton stated Mr. Schaub had
never indicated when he might return to work to her or anyone else in the city and he
currently did not have an EMT certification or paramedic license. Ms. Morton stated
there were no other jobs currently available for Mr. Schaub.
Chief Andy Roe, under oath, reported the scheduling records of staff activity detail
rosters indicated Mr. Schaub’s absence is replaced every third day with either a part-time
employee or a full-time employee with overtime pay. Chief Roe indicated this had
created a hardship with low manpower and increased the amount of time a Battalion
Chief had to spend on the daily roster to insure shift coverage.
Salsburey stated the facts presented created grounds for dismissal per city policy
particularly inefficiency, not showing up for work for which he is responsible,
insubordination, excessive absenteeism, not providing reason for not returning to work
and the failure to perform his duties satisfactorily due to loss of his EMT/paramedic
certification. Salsburey advised there were adequate grounds to terminate Mr Schaub’s
position as a firefighter with the city.
Thornton asked Chief Roe how this vacancy in his department affected the full-time
positions. Roe stated it put a hardship on the full-time employees because the part-time
employees are not as familiar with the equipment and the full-time employees working
together every third day are more accustomed to each other’s strong and weak points
especially in emergency situations.
Thornton asked Chief Roe what affect it had on the current hiring of firefighters. Roe
responded that Mr. Schaub’s position had been held since his injury in December of 2009
and being unable to replace Mr. Schaub with a full-time employee had created a hardship
on the department.
Commissioner Galbraith questioned whether Mr. Schaub had remained current on his
insurance premiums. Ms. Morton stated he never was never current on his insurance
premiums, was terminated from the policy and offered Cobra which he did not pick up.
Commissioner Gray asked Chief Roe if this had created a hardship on his overtime
budget to which Chief Roe replied this had caused undue overtime in the department.
Cole presented a copy of the city’s personnel policy adopted October 1985 and revised
September 2007 to be considered during deliberation.
Salsburey asked that the personnel policy and the packet including the charges in its
entirety be included in deliberation and rendering of a decision.
Motion was made by Galbraith and seconded by Brooks to enter an executive session at
1:35 p.m. to discuss personnel matter pursuant to KRS 61.810(1)(f). On call of vote,
Brooks, Galbraith, Gray, Plummer and Thornton voted yes. Motion carried.
Remaining with the commission in the executive session was Interim City Manager Ron
Out of Executive Session
Motion was made by Galbraith and seconded by Brooks to come out of executive
session. On call of vote, Brooks, Galbraith, Gray, Plummer and Thornton voted yes.
Galbraith moved and Plummer seconded to adopt Resolution No. 2011-36 as read.
On call of vote, Brooks, Galbraith, Gray, Plummer and Thornton voted yes. Motion
Brooks moved and Gray seconded to adjourn at 1:40 p.m. All ayes. Motion carried.