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									MURRIETA CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 26442 BECKMAN COURT MURRIETA, CA

DECEMBER 3, 2002 5:45 PM CLOSED SESSION 6:00 PM WORKSHOP 7:00 PM REGULAR MEETING CLOSED SESSION

CONFERENCE WITH REAL PROPERTY NEGOTIATOR, ASSISTANT CITY MANAGER LORI MOSS, REGARDING POTENTIAL ACQUISITION OF REAL PROPERTY LOCATED EAST OF JEFFERSON AVENUE, SOUTH OF KALMIA STREET, AND NORTH OF JUNIPER STREET (G.C. 54956.8) CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL, POTENTIAL LITIGATION, ONE POTENTIAL CASE (G.C. 54956.9b) By consensus at 5:45 p.m. Council recessed to closed session for the purposes stated above. Present were: Enochs, Seyarto, van Haaster, Youens and Ostling. Absent: None. Closed session adjourned at 6:12 p.m. WORKSHOP PRESENTATION ON THE TRANSPORTATION UNIFORM MITIGATION FEE (TUMF) Mayor Ostling called the workshop to order at 6:17 p.m. Rick Bishop, Western Riverside Council of Governments, gave a presentation on the transportation uniform mitigation fee. He reviewed the purpose, process overview, population growth, nexus study results and six executive committee recommendations. REGULAR MEETING CALL TO ORDER: Mayor Richard Ostling called the regular meeting to order at 7:05 p.m. He indicated there was no reportable action from the closed session. ROLL CALL: Present: Absent: PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE: INVOCATION: Council Member Warnie Enochs Enochs, Seyarto, van Haaster, Youens and Ostling None

NOMINATION AND SELECTION OF OFFICERS Council - Mayor and Mayor pro Tem Redevelopment Agency - Chair and Vice Chair Community Services District - President and Vice President Fire District - President and Vice President Library Board - President and Vice President Council Member Seyarto nominated Richard Ostling for Mayor. Mayor Ostling nominated Warnie Enochs for Mayor. Richard Ostling received four votes for Mayor (Noes: Enochs). Council Member Seyarto nominated Brian Youens as Mayor Pro Tem. There were no other nominations. Brian Youens received four votes for Mayor Pro Tem (Noes: Enochs). Action: A motion was made by van Haaster and seconded by Seyarto to select Richard Ostling as Mayor and corresponding Chair and President of the Redevelopment

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Agency, Community Services District, Fire District and Library Board and to select Brian Youens as Mayor Pro Tem and corresponding Vice Chair and Vice President of the same agencies. On roll call the vote was: AYES: Enochs, Seyarto, van Haaster, Youens and Ostling NOES: None PRESENTATIONS: PRESENTATION TO COUNCIL MEMBER JACK VAN HAASTER Mayor Pro Tem Brian Youens presented a plaque to Council Member Jack van Haaster in recognition for serving ten years on the Murrieta City Council. Flowers were presented to Mrs. van Haaster in acknowledgment of her and the family’s support. PROCLAMATION RECOGNIZING DECEMBER 7-15, 2002 AS THE WEEK OF THE HORSE IN RIVERSIDE COUNTY PRESENTED TO JIM REAL, CHAIR OF THE RIVERSIDE COUNTY WEEK OF THE HORSE PROJECT Mayor Ostling presented Jim Real with a proclamation recognizing December 7-15, 2002 as the Week of the Horse in Murrieta. Mr. Real announced several upcoming horse events. PROCLAMATION RECOGNIZING THE 3RD ANNUAL COMMUNITY CANDLELIGHT TRIBUTE "REMEMBERING THOSE WE'VE LOVED AND LOST" PRESENTED TO LINDA MEJIA, SENIOR CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER Mayor Pro Tem Youens presented a proclamation to Linda Mejia for the 3rd Annual Community Candlelight Tribute. Linda Mejia invited the community to the candlelight tribute at 5:00 p.m. on December 7, 2002 at the Promenade Mall. PRESENTATION ON GASB 34 Heidi Hopkin explained the senior experience program at Cal State San Marcos and the project to assist the City of Murrieta in its compliance with Governmental Accounting Standards Board Statement No. 34. Charlene Potter described the requirement of GASB 34 to provide infrastructure asset reporting. Kristen Keil covered the methodology employed and depreciation formulas that were utilized. Nicole Martin provided a summary including totals from the report. APPROVAL OF AGENDA Action: It was moved by Seyarto and seconded by Youens to add an item to the agenda to consider approving funds to contract with a library consultant to assist with the library grant application for cycle 2, finding that there is a need to take immediate action and that the need for action came to the attention of the City subsequent to the agenda being posted. Motion carried unanimously. On a motion by Seyarto and second by van Haaster, the agenda was unanimously approved with the addition of item 26A regarding approval of funds for a library consultant to assist with cycle 2 funds application for the library grant. Motion carried unanimously.

Action:

COMMUNITY REPORT - ADRIANA WILLIAMS, MURRIETA VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL Adriana Williams reported the ranking of the sport teams, students attended a regional leadership conference on November 25th at Disneyland, the Nighthawk Basketball Classic will be held December 10-14 and the Girls basketball tournament is scheduled for December 26-28. Ms.

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Williams also reported 5,000 food items were collected for a food drive in conjunction with the Board of Realtors, and the Christmas choir will perform December 12 and 13. PUBLIC COMMENTS: Robert Rush, Murrieta, complained about the traffic at Clinton Keith and Highway 15 in Riverside County; and he encouraged the Council to take legal action against the County. Craig Medina, Murrieta, discussed the incorrect use of a speed limit design on Murrieta Creek Drive, opposing closure of Murrieta Creek Drive. Tony Maietta, Murrieta, reminded the City Council about dangerous situations on Murrieta Creek Drive; and he left two pictures for the record, asking that the situations be addressed. Perry Coman, Murrieta, objected to closure of Murrieta Creek Drive, and he distributed information. DEPARTMENT/COMMISSION ANNOUNCEMENTS: Community Services –Michelle Carter, Recreation Coordinator, introduced Santa Claus. She announced letters from Santa Claus will be sent to children by contacting the Department, applications are being accepted for the holiday decorating contest until December 10th with judging on December 14th. She conveyed that Holiday Magic activities will be held at California Oaks Sports Park on December 7th from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. with snow play and other activities. In addition she shared that Santa neighborhood visits will occur December 9-20. She thanked the following sponsors: Santa’s Sleigh – Paradise Chevrolet; Santa’s Elf – KB Homes, Van Daele Homes, Waste Management, Southwest Healthcare, Pacific Oaks, Lennar and Murrieta Walmart; Santa’s Reindeer - Southern California Gas Company, Westmar, Alhadeff & Solar, Temecula Valley Bank and John Harper, City Attorney. Ms. Carter also announced a New Years Eve Celebration, dinner and show, at the Murrieta Community Center for people over 55 years old. Council Member van Haaster thanked the Community Services staff for doing a great job planning the holiday magic activities. He added that the Repertory Theater will be providing the entertainment for the Santa neighborhood visits each night in thanks to the generosity of the sponsors. Police Department – Chief Higginbotham shared that Officer Jeff Ullrich was honored for 38 drunk driving arrests and Officer Norbert Moll was recognized for 33 drunk driving arrests with awards from Mothers Against Drunk Driving. Fire Department – Chief Armentrout conveyed that the Fire Department Auxiliary conducts an annual food and toy drive, and he invited the community to participate by bringing items to any Fire Station and saying that items will be collected in conjunction with the Santa neighborhood visits. Chief Armentrout gave a presentation on an emergency ambulance service proposal. He summarized the purpose; cities providing ambulance service; favorable factors; comparable ambulance programs; proposal; implementation phase; anticipated personnel, equipment and supplies. The Chief also displayed anticipated revenues and additional benefits. GOVERNING BODY ANNOUNCEMENTS: Enochs: Youens: Wished everyone a happy holiday season. Congratulated the Murrieta High School girls cross country team on their Division 1 State title. Commented The Californian charities campaign provides a 2/3 match for local organizations such as Alternatives to Domestic Violence, Friends of the Murrieta Library, Trauma Intervention Program, YMCA and the Boys & Girls Club. Extended greetings to everyone for a safe and happy holiday season.

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APPROVAL OF CITY COUNCIL CONSENT CALENDAR ITEMS 1-13 AND 15-24 Item 14, award of the contract for Los Alamos Hills grading project, was removed from the consent calendar. Action: It was moved by van Haaster and seconded by Seyarto to approve City Council consent calendar items 1-13 and 15-24. On roll call the vote was: AYES: NOES: *Enochs, Seyarto, van Haaster, Youens and *Ostling *Enochs with respect to item #3, specifically payment to Rick Engineering, and item #5 *Ostling with respect to item #5 *Enochs with respect to items 4 and 24 due to potential conflicts of interest because of property ownership in the area.

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WAIVED READING OF ALL ORDINANCE INTRODUCTIONS ON THIS AGENDA AND READ BY TITLE ONLY MINUTES Approved the Minutes of the 5:45 p.m. Closed Session, 5:50 p.m. Workshop and 7:00 p.m. Regular Meeting on November 19, 2002. REGISTER OF DEMANDS Approved the Register of Demands in the amount of $655,095.98 through November 19, 2002. (Noes: Enochs with respect to Rick Engineering) AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MURRIETA CHANGING THE ZONING ON 8.8 ACRES FROM ESTATE RESIDENTIAL 2 (ER-2) TO COMMUNITY COMMERCIAL (CC) FOR PROPERTY LOCATED EAST OF WASHINGTON AVENUE AND JUST NORTH OF KALMIA STREET (SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PLANT GROWERS, CASE 02-062) Adopted Ordinance 272-02. (Abstain: Enochs) AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MURRIETA CHANGING THE ZONING ON 145.12 ACRES FROM RECREATIONAL/RESORT COMMERCIAL, SINGLE FAMILY 1 AND SINGLE FAMILY 2 TO CREEKSIDE VILLAGE SPECIFIC PLAN FOR PROPERTY GENERALLY LOCATED IN THE VICINITY OF MURRIETA HOT SPRINGS ROAD, WARM SPRINGS CREEK AND THE ALIGNMENT OF JACKSON AVENUE (CREEKSIDE VILLAGE 99-191) Adopted Ordinance 273-02. (Noes: Enochs and Ostling) AN ORDINANCE ADDING CHAPTER 12.10 TO TITLE 12 OF THE CITY OF MURRIETA MUNICIPAL CODE RELATED TO PAINTBALL GUN AND/OR PELLET GUN USEPROHIBITED Adopted Ordinance 274-02. AN ORDINANCE ADDING CHAPTER 10.50 TO TITLE 10 OF THE MURRIETA MUNICIPAL CODE RELATING TO FIRE LANES Adopted Ordinance 275-02. RESOLUTION APPROVING FINAL TRACT MAP 23187-3, A 144 LOT RESIDENTIAL SUBDIVISION AND ASSOCIATED AGREEMENTS, ON PROPERTY LOCATED NORTH

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OF HAYES AVENUE, BORDERED ON THE SOUTH BY CALLE DEL OSO ORO AND EAST BY WASHINGTON AVENUE (JP RHODES DEVELOPMENT) Action: 9. Adopted Resolution 02-1110 approving Final Tract Map 23187-3 and associated agreements for construction of improvements and placement of survey monuments. RESOLUTION APPROVING FINAL TRACT MAP 28533-5, A 55 LOT RESIDENTIAL SUBDIVISION AND ASSOCIATED AGREEMENTS, ON PROPERTY LYING EAST OF ANTELOPE ROAD, BORDERED ON THE WEST BY MAPLETON AVENUE, NORTH BY MAPLETON STREET AND SOUTH BY KELLER ROAD (CRV MURRIETA) Adopted Resolution 02-1111 approving Final Tract Map 28533-5 and associated agreements for construction of improvements and placement of survey monuments. RESOLUTION APPROVING FINAL TRACT MAP 28533-6, A 57 LOT RESIDENTIAL SUBDIVISION AND ASSOCIATED AGREEMENTS ON PROPERTY LOCATED EAST OF ANTELOPE ROAD, BORDERED ON THE NORTH BY KELLER ROAD, WEST BY MAPLETON AVENUE, NORTH BY MAPLETON STREET, AND EAST BY GLADIOLUS AVENUE (CRV MURRIETA) Adopted Resolution 02-1112 approving Tract Map 28533-6, Lots 1-57 and Lots M, N and O, a Residential Subdivision and Associated Agreements for Construction of Improvements and Placement of Survey Monuments. RESOLUTION APPROVING THE SUMMARY VACATION OF ROAD RIGHT-OF-WAY AND ACCESS EASEMENT OF A PORTION OF BENJAMIN COURT LYING IN THE NORTHEAST PORTION OF TRACT 23628-2; SAID TRACT LYING IN THE EASTERN AREA OF THE CITY BORDERED ON THE EAST BY MARGARITA ROAD AND SOUTHWEST BY PALM TREE LANE Adopted Resolution 02-1113 Approving the Summary Vacation of Road Right-of-Way and Access Easement of a Portion of Benjamin Court. DEBT POLICY Adopted the Debt Policy as presented. BUDGET TRANSFER FROM THE BUILDING DIVISION RESERVE ACCOUNT INTO THE BUILDING DIVISION MISCELLANEOUS ACCOUNT Authorized the transfer of $10,000 from the Building Division reserve account into the Building Division miscellaneous account to replace funds used in the relocation and upgrade of office space adjacent to City Hall. PARK FEE CREDITS TO MASTERCRAFT HOMES Approved Park Fee credits to MasterCraft Homes for drainage improvements on City owned property not to exceed $46,020.85 for Tract 21072-12. WHITEWOOD ROAD/VIA CUENCA INTERSECTION TRAFFIC SIGNAL ADDITION TO THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM Authorized the Whitewood Road/Via Cuenca Intersection Traffic Signal Project to be included in the Capital Improvement Program with a total budget of $110,000 to be funded by Regional Statistical Area fees (RSA). NOTICE OF COMPLETION FOR TRAFFIC SIGNALIZATION OF CALIFORNIA OAKS ROAD AT ST. RAPHAEL (CITY PROJECT NO. 01-219) AND HANCOCK AVENUE AT MILKWOOD/LEAFWOOD (CITY PROJECT NO. 01-214)

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Accepted the installation of traffic signals on California Oaks Road and St. Raphael and at Hancock Avenue and Milkwood/Leafwood; directed the City Clerk to record a Notice of Completion and release bonds in accordance with State law and City ordinance. CONTRACT SERVICES AGREEMENT FOR THE DESIGN OF ROADWAY AND CITY OWNED REMAINDER PARCEL AT LINCOLN AVENUE AND LOS ALAMOS ROAD Authorized the City Manager to enter into a service agreement with one of the engineers on the City maintained list, Rick Engineering Company, for the design of CIP No. 02-238, Lincoln Avenue and Kasota Drive Alignment in the amount of $54,800. CONTRACT WITH UTI TO PROVIDE FOR UNDERGROUND FACILITY MARKING SERVICES Approved the contract with UTI to provide underground facility marking services and authorized the Mayor to sign the contract. REVISED OPERATING COVENANT AFFECTING INTEREST IN REAL PROPERTY OWNED BY JOSEPH C. HEROLD AND CHARLES R. HEBARD DOING BUSINESS AS THE MURRIETA AUTO MALL Approved the revision to the Operating Covenant Affecting Interest in Real Property with Joseph C. Herold and Charles R. Hebard doing business as the Murrieta Auto Mall. REIMBURSEMENT AGREEMENT WITH GMS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF JACKSON AVENUE AND MURRIETA HOT SPRINGS ROAD WIDENING Approved the reimbursement Agreement with GMS for the construction of Jackson Avenue and Murrieta Hot Springs Road widening, with an amount not to exceed $1,064,337 from reserves, to be reimbursed from DIF as new businesses open on site. COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT WITH J.L. MANAGEMENT CO. CLARIFYING IMPROVEMENTS TO THE MADISON SQUARE Approved the Cooperative Agreement with J.L. Management, which clarifies improvements to Madison Square. POLICE RADIO COMMUNICATION UPGRADE Authorized the purchase of new police radio equipment upgrades, in the amount of $98,320, to be funded from City reserves. AWARD OF CONTRACT TO PROJECT DESIGN CONSULTANTS FOR THE DESIGN OF FINAL SITE GRADING AND UTILITY PLANS FOR TOWN SQUARE Approved a contract with Project Design Consultants for the design of the final grading and utility plans at Town Square, in an amount not to exceed $191,000 funded from CIP 8349. (Abstain: Enochs) By unanimous consensus Council recessed at 8:25 p.m. and reconvened at 8:40 p.m. PUBLIC HEARING ON AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 15.52.130 OF TITLE 15 OF THE MURRIETA MUNICIPAL CODE RELATING TO GRADING & EXCAVATION, SPECIFICALLY GRADING PERMITS - ISSUANCE, EXPIRATION, AND RENEWAL

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Jim Kinley, Director of Public Works/City Engineer, gave the staff report.

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Mayor Ostling opened the public hearing. There were no public comments, so the hearing was closed. Action: Council Member Enochs moved and van Haaster seconded to introduce an Ordinance amending the Grading & Excavation provisions of the Municipal Code, with the title read by the City Clerk. On roll call the vote was: AYES: Enochs, Seyarto, van Haaster, Youens and Ostling NOES: None SELECTION OF COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES TO AGENCIES AND COMMITTEES

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Council Member Seyarto commented a representative is not required for SCAG and that WRCOG no longer requires the Mayor as the designee. It was the consensus to maintain current assignments. 26A. APPROVE FUNDS FOR LIBRARY CONSULTANT

Diane Satchwell, City Librarian, reported the City’s application did not receive cycle 1 funding from the California Public Library Construction and Renovation Act. Council Members van Haaster thanked everyone for their efforts with the application. Council Member Enochs stated the process was a learning experience. Action: Council Member van Haaster moved and Youens seconded to contract with a library consultant in assisting the City in its application for cycle 2 funds of the California Public Library Construction and Renovation Act in an amount not to exceed $65,000. On roll call the vote was: AYES: Enochs, Seyarto, van Haaster, Youens and Ostling NOES: None

PULLED CONSENT CALENDAR ITEMS: 14. AWARD OF CONTRACT FOR THE GRADING OF THE LOS ALAMOS HILLS SPORTS PARK PROJECT NO. 02-234

City Attorney John Harper gave the staff report. Phil Oberhansley, Cannon Parks & Oberhansley, representing American Contracting, indicated American Contracting’s bid is the lowest, responsible bid; and he submitted a letter supporting that position. For the record, Mr. Oberhansley stated his disagreement with the letter from counsel for McLaughlin Engineering & Mining, Inc. Action: Enochs moved and Youens seconded to reject all bids for the Los Alamos Hills Sports Park grading and rebid the project. On roll call the vote was: AYES: Enochs, Seyarto, van Haaster, Youens and Ostling NOES: None

GOVERNING BODY ACTIONS/COMMENTS: VAN HAASTER: YOUENS: ENOCHS: SEYARTO: OSTLING: Wished everyone a great holiday season. Inquired about the status of the response letter regarding closure of Murrieta Creek Drive. Expressed greetings for a Merry Christmas and Healthy New Year. Urged everyone to have a safe holiday season. Offered the message for a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

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ADJOURNMENT Action: At 9:05 p.m. the meeting was unanimously adjourned on a motion by Seyarto and second by Youens.

____________________________ A. Kay Vinson, MMC City Clerk

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MURRIETA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY MINUTES 26442 BECKMAN COURT, MURRIETA, CA

DECEMBER 3, 2002 7:00 PM REGULAR MEETING

Chair Ostling called the regular meeting to order at 7:05 p.m. Present were: Enochs, Seyarto, van Haaster, Youens and Ostling. Absent: None. APPROVAL OF REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY CONSENT CALENDAR ITEMS 27 & 28 Action: It was moved by van Haaster and seconded by Seyarto to approve Redevelopment Agency consent calendar items 27 and 28. On roll call the vote was: AYES: Enochs, Seyarto, van Haaster, Youens and Ostling NOES: None MINUTES Approved the Minutes of the 7:00 p.m. Regular Meeting on November 19, 2002. REGISTER OF DEMANDS Approved the Register of Demands in the amount of $4,776.87 through November 19, 2002.

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ADJOURNMENT Action: At 9:05 p.m. the meeting was unanimously adjourned on a motion by Seyarto and second by Youens.

____________________________ A. Kay Vinson, MMC City Clerk

COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT MINUTES 26442 BECKMAN COURT, MURRIETA, CA

DECEMBER 3, 2002 7:00 PM REGULAR MEETING

President Ostling called the regular meeting to order at 7:05 p.m. Present were: Enochs, Seyarto, van Haaster, Youens and Ostling. Absent: None. APPROVAL OF COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT CONSENT CALENDAR ITEMS 29-32 Action: It was moved by van Haaster and seconded by Seyarto to approve Community Services District consent calendar items 29-32. On roll call the vote was: AYES: Enochs, Seyarto, van Haaster, Youens and Ostling NOES: None MINUTES Approved the Minutes of the 7:00 p.m. Regular Meeting on November 19, 2002. REGISTER OF DEMANDS Approved the Register of Demands in the amount of $109,751.60 through November 19, 2002. LEASE AGREEMENT FOR THE USE OF THE PROPERTY LOCATED EAST OF THE TENNIS COURTS AT CALIFORNIA OAKS SPORTS PARK BY THE BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB Approved the Lease Agreement for the use of the property located east of the tennis courts at California Oaks Sports Park by the Boys and Girls Club. COMPENSATION TO WON YOO FOR THE USE OF A TEMPORARY HAUL ROAD EASEMENT OVER HIS PROPERTY FOR THE GRADING OF THE LOS ALAMOS HILLS SPORTS COMPLEX Approved compensation in the amount of $5,000 to Won Yoo for the use of a temporary haul road easement over his property for the grading of the Los Alamos Hills Sports Complex.

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ADJOURNMENT Action: At 9:05 p.m. the meeting was unanimously adjourned on a motion by Seyarto and second by Youens.

____________________________ A. Kay Vinson, MMC City Clerk

MURRIETA FIRE DISTRICT MINUTES 26442 BECKMAN COURT, MURRIETA, CA

DECEMBER 3, 2002 7:00 PM REGULAR MEETING

President Ostling called the regular meeting to order at 7:05 p.m. Present were: Enochs, Seyarto, van Haaster, Youens and Ostling. Absent: None. APPROVAL OF FIRE DISTRICT CONSENT CALENDAR ITEMS 33 & 34 Action: It was moved by van Haaster and seconded by Seyarto to approve Fire District consent calendar items 33 and 34. On roll call the vote was: AYES: Enochs, Seyarto, van Haaster, Youens and Ostling NOES: None MINUTES Approved the Minutes of the 7:00 p.m. Regular Meeting on November 19, 2002. REGISTER OF DEMANDS Approved the Register of Demands in the amount of $130,542.46 through November 19, 2002.

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ADJOURNMENT Action: At 9:05 p.m. the meeting was unanimously adjourned on a motion by Seyarto and second by Youens.

____________________________ A. Kay Vinson, MMC City Clerk


								
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