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					       BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS’ MEETING
               TUESDAY, DECEMBER 18, 2007 7:00 P.M.




       A SPECIAL MEETING of the Board of Commissioners of the City of Covington,
Kentucky, was opened by Mayor Callery, on Tuesday, December 18, 2007, at 6:00 p.m.,
at the Commission Chambers, City Hall, 638 Madison Avenue, Covington, Kentucky.


      Mayor Irvin T. Callery presiding with Commissioners Jerry Bamberger, Sherry
Carran, Steve Megerle and Jerry Stricker, City Manager Jay Fossett, and City Solicitor
Frank Warnock present.


                   NOTICE OF A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE
                    BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF THE
                     CITY OF COVINGTON, KENTUCKY

       The undersigned, as Mayor of the City of Covington, Kentucky, hereby gives
notice to all of the members of the Board of Commissioners of said City that a Special
Meeting of said Board of Commissioners is hereby called and will be convened at the
Commission Chambers, City Hall, 638 Madison Avenue, Covington, Kentucky, on
December 18, 2007, at 6:00 p.m. to meet in closed session pursuant to KRS 61.810(1)(f)
for discussions or hearings which might lead to the appointment, discipline or dismissal
of an individual employee.

      WITNESS my hand and seal of said City this 17th day of December, 2007.


                                                  _____IRVIN T. CALLERY_____
                                                          MAYOR


      (SEAL)

                      ACCEPTANCE AND WAIVER OF NOTICE

       The undersigned, being all of the members of the Board of Commissioners of the
City of Covington, Kentucky, do hereby acknowledge receipt of said Notice upon each of
us, and do hereby accept said Notice, and do hereby waive any possible informality or
irregularity as to time, place, or manner or service of the same upon each of us, and do
hereby agree and consent that a special meeting of said Board of Commissioners may be
held at the time and place, and for the purposes stated in the foregoing Notice; and that
said meeting may be recessed from time to time until such business has been completed.



Date: 12/18/07        Time: 6:02 P.M.           JERRY BAMBERGER___________
                                                COMMISSIONER

Date: 12/18/07        Time: 6:02 P.M.           SHERRY CARRAN______________
                                                COMMISSIONER

Date: 12/18/07        Time: 6:03 P.M.           STEVE MEGERLE______________
                                                COMMISSIONER

Date: 12/18/07        Time: 6:03 P.M.           JERRY STRICKER______________
                                                COMMISSIONER




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EXECUTIVE SESSION

      MOTION of Commissioner Megerle to meet in closed session pursuant to KRS
      61.810(1)(f) for discussions or hearings which might lead to the appointment,
      discipline or dismissal of an individual employee, seconded by Commissioner
      Bamberger.
      Passed. 5 Yeas. Commissioners Bamberger, Carran, Megerle, Stricker, and
      Mayor Callery.


ADJOURNMENT OF SPECIAL MEETING

       MAYOR CALLERY reconvened the meeting at 6:50 p.m. and advised that no
action would be taken at this time as a result of the closed session. MAYOR CALLERY
said the closed session would reconvene after the regularly scheduled meeting .




      A REGULAR MEETING of the Board of Commissioners of the City of
Covington, Kentucky, was opened by Mayor Callery, on Tuesday, December 18, 2007, at
7:00 p.m., at the Commission Chambers, City Hall, 638 Madison Avenue, Covington,
Kentucky.

      Mayor Irvin T. Callery presiding with Commissioners Jerry Bamberger, Sherry
Carran, Steve Megerle and Jerry Stricker, Jay Fossett, City Manager, and Frank
Warnock, City Solicitor, present.

      MOTION of Commissioner Megerle seconded by Commissioner Bamberger to
      dispense with the reading of and approve the minutes of the November 27, and
      December 5, 2007, meetings.
      Passed. 5 Yeas. Commissioners Bamberger, Carran, Megerle, Stricker and
      Mayor Callery.


Introduction of New Employees:

       Acting Police Chief SPIKE JONES presented background on the newest Police
Officers and introduced Officers GREGGREY ANDREWS and DAVID GRISWOLD.
ACTING CHIEF JONES presented the men with their badges. City Manager JAY
FOSSETT introduced BETH JOHNSON, the new Historic Preservation Officer in the
Economic Development and Community Relations Department.



NEW BUSINESS -Order/Resolutions


Motch Jewelers 150th Anniversary:

       MAYOR CALLERY presented Motch Jewelers owner, TIM DWIGHT, with a
framed order/resolution signed by the Board of Commissioners and a key to the City.
The Mayor and Commissioners congratulated Motch Jewelers for 150 years of service in
the City.


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      COMMISSIONERS’ ORDER/RESOLUTION NO. O/R-331-07
      AN ORDER/RESOLUTION RECOGNIZING MOTCH JEWELERS FOR
      150 YEARS OF SERVICE IN THE CITY OF COVINGTON, KENTUCKY.

      MOTION of Commissioner Stricker, seconded by Commissioner Bamberger.
      Passed. 5 Yeas. Commissioners Bamberger, Carran, Megerle, Stricker and
      Mayor Callery.


Fire Department Resignation:

       Fire Chief BUDDY WHEATLEY said Engineer MARK RUSCHMAN has been with
the Covington Fire Department for more than 22 years. CHIEF WHEATLEY said Mr.
Ruschman was looked up to for leadership and mentoring, and was easy to approach.
CHIEF WHEATLY said Mr. Ruschman would be missed as he was a true firefighter.
MR. RUSCHMAN said he was grateful to work for the Fire Department, would miss
everyone, and he introduced his family. The MAYOR and COMMISSIONERS
commended Mr. Ruschman for his service and dedication to the City, and wished him
well in his retirement.

      COMMISSIONERS’ ORDER/RESOLUTION NO. O/R-332-07
      AN ORDER/RESOLUTION ACCEPTING THE RESIGNATION FOR
      RETIREMENT OF ENGINEER MARK RUSCHMAN IN THE FIRE
      DEPARTMENT, EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 31, 2007.

      MOTION of Commissioner Megerle, seconded by Commissioner Stricker.
      Passed. 5 Yeas. Commissioners Bamberger, Carran, Megerle, Stricker and
      Mayor Callery.


Fire Department Promotion:

    Fire Chief BUDDY WHEATLEY gave background on and introduced JIM
SCHAEFER.    MR. SCHAEFER introduced his family.           The MAYOR and
COMMISSIONERS congratulated Mr. Schaefer on his promotion.

      COMMISSIONERS’ ORDER/RESOLUTION NO. O/R-333-07
      AN ORDER/RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE PROMOTION OF
      JAMES SCHAEFER TO ENGINEER IN THE FIRE DEPARTMENT
      EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 30, 2007.

      MOTION of Commissioner Megerle, seconded by Commissioner Stricker.
      Passed. 5 Yeas. Commissioners Bamberger, Carran, Megerle, Stricker and
      Mayor Callery.



OLD BUSINESS - Second Reading of Ordinances


2008 City Commission Meeting Schedule:

      The dates of the regular meetings of the Covington Board of Commissioners
beginning in January, 2008, are set as follows: January 8; January 29; February 12;
March 4; March 18; April 8; April 22; May 13; May 27; June 17; July 15; August 19;
September 9; September 23; October 14; October 28; November 18; December 2; and
December 16. All regular meetings are scheduled at 7:00 p.m. in the Commission
Chambers, City Hall, 638 Madison Avenue, Covington, Kentucky.




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      COMMISSIONERS’ ORDINANCE NO. O-57-07
      AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING THE DATES OF THE REGULAR
      MEETINGS OF THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS BEGINNING IN
      JANUARY, 2008.

      MOTION of Commissioner Megerle, seconded by Commissioner Carran.
      Passed. 5 Yeas. Commissioners Bamberger, Carran, Megerle, Stricker and
      Mayor Callery.



NEW BUSINESS - First Reading of Ordinances


Street Closing:

      COMMISSIONERS’ ORDINANCE NO. ___________________
     AN ORDINANCE CLOSING A PORTION OF SOUTHGATE STREET
     ADJACENT TO PROPERTY OWNED BY CITY VIEW VILLAGE, LLC,
     LOCATED ON THE SOUTHSIDE OF “THE VIEWS” DEVELOPMENT
     AREA.

      First Reading; No Vote.


Indemnity for Claims:

       COMMISSIONER MEGERLE said when City Officials are sued in their official
capacity, they are given legal representation. This ordinance will extend legal
representation to other board members who may get sued in their official capacity.

      COMMISSIONERS’ ORDINANCE NO. ___________________
      AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING THAT MEMBERS OF THE CITY OF
      COVINGTON BOARD OF CITY COMMISSIONERS, AND MEMBERS OF
      ALL OTHER CITY BOARDS AND COMMITTEES SHALL BE ENTITLED
      TO INDEMNITY FOR CLAIMS AGAINST THEM RELATED TO THEIR
      SERVICE.

      First Reading; No Vote.



NEW BUSINESS -Order/Resolutions


2:30 A.M. Nightclub Permit:

      COMMISSIONERS’ ORDER/RESOLUTION NO. O/R-334-07
      AN ORDER/RESOLUTION UPON THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE
      2:30 A.M. PERMIT REVIEW BOARD AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF
      A 2:30 A.M. NIGHTCLUB PERMIT TO CLUEDOE., LLC D/B/A LE FOXX
      FOR THE PREMISES LOCATED AT 729 SCOTT STREET, COVINGTON,
      KENTUCKY, UPON PAYMENT OF ALL NECESSARY FEES AND TAXES.

      MOTION of Commissioner Bamberger , seconded by Commissioner Stricker.
      Passed. 4 Yeas. Commissioners Bamberger, Carran, Stricker and Mayor
      Callery.
      1 Nay. Commissioner Megerle.




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Human Right Commission Appointments:

      COMMISSIONERS’ ORDER/RESOLUTION NO. O/R-335-07
      AN ORDER/RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE APPOINTMENT OF
      THE FOLLOWING TO THE HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION,
      EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY:       EDGAR MORALES TO FILL THE
      UNEXPIRED TERM OF GIL ESPARZA, EXPIRING JUNE 15, 2009; AND,
      MAHER SARIEH TO FILL THE UNEXPIRED TERM OF SCOTT
      JACKSON, EXPIRING JULY 29, 2008.

      MOTION of Commissioner Megerle, seconded by Commissioner Carran.
      Passed. 5 Yeas. Commissioners Bamberger, Carran, Megerle, Stricker and
      Mayor Callery.


Dissolve the Citizens Participation Committee:

      COMMISSIONERS’ ORDER/RESOLUTION NO. O/R-336-07
      AN    ORDER/RESOLUTION    DISSOLVING  THE   CITIZENS
      PARTICIPATION COMMITTEE FOR THE HOUSING DEVELOPMENT
      DEPARTMENT.

      MOTION of Commissioner Megerle, seconded by Commissioner Bamberger.
      Passed. 5 Yeas. Commissioners Bamberger, Carran, Megerle, Stricker and
      Mayor Callery.


Adopt the Northern Kentucky HOME Consortium Recommendations:

      Housing Development Director AARON WOLFE-BERTLING said Covington, as
the participating jurisdiction, has financial and legal responsibility for the operation of
the Northern Kentucky HOME Consortium. All of the actions of the Northern Kentucky
HOME Consortium Board will come before the Covington Board of Commissioners for
approval.

      COMMISSIONERS’ ORDER/RESOLUTION NO. 0/R-337-07
      AN ORDER/RESOLUTION ADOPTING THE GOVERNING BOARD
      BYLAWS, CONFLICT OF INTEREST STATEMENT, AND CITIZEN
      PARTICIPATION PLAN OF THE NORTHERN KENTUCKY HOME
      CONSORTIUM.

      MOTION of Commissioner Megerle, seconded by Commissioner Carran.
      Passed. 5 Yeas. Commissioners Bamberger, Carran, Megerle, Stricker and
      Mayor Callery.


Economic Development Co-Op:

      COMMISSIONERS’ ORDER/RESOLUTION NO. O/R-338-07
      AN ORDER/RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE EMPLOYMENT OF
      CARL KLEIN AS A CO-OP EMPLOYEE ASSIGNED TO THE ECONOMIC
      DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT, EFFECTIVE JANUARY 2, 2008,
      THROUGH MARCH 21, 2008, AT AN HOURLY RATE OF $12.00 NOT
      TO EXCEED 40 HOURS PER WEEK, PAYABLE FROM THE GENERAL
      FUND.

      MOTION of Commissioner Carran, seconded by Commissioner Megerle.
      Passed. 5 Yeas. Commissioners Bamberger, Carran, Megerle, Stricker and
      Mayor Callery.




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Renaissance Covington Façade Grants:

      Renaissance Covington Director KATHIE HICKEY said the pencil sign on the old
Madison Office Products store sign has been removed and the location will now be home
to Madison Avenue Bridal, which located to Covington because of the wedding district.
This grant will be used for signage and storefront improvements. Madison Avenue
Bridal is scheduled to open in January, 2008. The funding for the Renaissance
Covington Façade Project was a $100,000.00 grant awarded by the Kentucky General
Assembly in 2006 for businesses located in the Renaissance District. The grant is a 50%
cash match. $25,800.50 remains after the Madison Avenue Bridal grant, and has to be
committed by June 30, 2008.

      COMMISSIONERS’ ORDER/RESOLUTION NO. O/R-339-07
      AN ORDER/RESOLUTION ACCEPTING THE RECOMMENDATION OF
      THE RENAISSANCE COVINGTON FAÇADE COMMITTEE AND
      AWARDING $12,512.00 TO MADISON AVENUE BRIDAL FOR
      STOREFRONT IMPROVEMENTS AT 531 MADISON AVENUE, PAYABLE
      FROM FUNDS AWARDED TO THE CITY BY THE 2006 KENTUCKY
      GENERAL ASSEMBLY FOR THE RENAISSANCE COVINGTON FAÇADE
      PROJECT.

      MOTION of Commissioner Megerle, seconded by Commissioner Stricker.
      Passed. 5 Yeas. Commissioners Bamberger, Carran, Megerle, Stricker and
      Mayor Callery.


Accept Deed to 1122 Holman Street:

      COMMISSIONERS’ ORDER/RESOLUTION NO. O/R-340-07
      AN ORDER/RESOLUTION ACCEPTING THE DEED TO 1122 HOLMAN
      STREET IN COVINGTON, KENTUCKY, SUBJECT TO A TITLE REPORT
      OF MARKETABLE TITLE, IN THE AMOUNT OF $33,000.00, PAYABLE
      FROM CDBG FUNDS.

      MOTION of Commissioner Megerle, seconded by Commissioner Carran.
      Passed. 5 Yeas. Commissioners Bamberger, Carran, Megerle, Stricker and
      Mayor Callery.


Purchase Real Estate:

      COMMISSIONERS’ ORDER/RESOLUTION NO. O/R-341-07
      AN ORDER/RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR AND CITY
      MANAGER TO EXECUTE THE NECESSARY DOCUMENTS TO
      PURCHASE REAL ESTATE KNOWN AS 402-404 EAST 11TH STREET;
      1225 BANKLICK STREET; 1225 CLARK STREET; 954 PHILADELPHIA
      STREET; 956 PHILADELPHIA STREET; 958 PHILADELPHIA STREET;
      AND, 109 PLEASANT STREET, SUBJECT TO A TITLE REPORT OF
      MARKETABLE TITLE, IN THE AMOUNT OF $74,600.00, PAYABLE
      FROM CDBG FUNDS.

      MOTION of Commissioner Megerle, seconded by Commissioner Stricker.
      Passed. 5 Yeas. Commissioners Bamberger, Carran, Megerle, Stricker and
      Mayor Callery.


Covington Professional Firefighters Addendum Agreement:

       BILL MOLLER said that during negotiations with the Fire Department, it was
determined to put this issue off, settle the rest of the contract, and come back to the
issues regarding the maximum number of paramedics, the control under the auspices of


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the Medical Director, and an op-out provision for the paramedics. Fire Chief BUDDY
WHEATLEY said the issue was complex. The Union agreed to the changes last week
regarding creating a maximum number of paramedics on the job, direction of the
Medical Director, and an opt-out period for paramedics if they get to a point where they
no longer want to continue as a paramedic.

      COMMISSIONERS’ ORDER/RESOLUTION NO. O/R-342-07
      AN ORDER/RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR AND CITY
      MANAGER TO ENTER INTO AN ADDENDUM TO THE COLLECTIVE
      BARGAINING AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY AND THE
      COVINGTON PROFESSIONAL FIREFIGHTERS, IAFF LOCAL NO. 38,
      EFFECTIVE MAY 30, 2007, EXPIRING DECEMBER 31, 2009, THAT
      AMENDS ARTICLE XI, EXCEPTIONS I AND II, REGARDING THE FIRE
      DEPARTMENT MEDICAL DIRECTOR, THE MAXIMUM NUMBER OF
      PARAMEDICS, AND PARAMEDIC CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT.

      MOTION of Commissioner Stricker, seconded by Commissioner Megerle.
      Passed. 5 Yeas. Commissioners Bamberger, Carran, Megerle, Stricker and
      Mayor Callery.


Madison Avenue Project Agreement:

       City Manager JAY FOSSETT said Senator Jack Westwood helped to obtain the
funds for improvements in the Cathedral District. The MAYOR and COMMISSIONERS
thanked Senator Westwood for getting the funds for Covington.

      COMMISSIONERS’ ORDER/RESOLUTION NO. O/R-343-07
      AN ORDER/RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO APPROVE
      AND EXECUTE AN AGREEMENT BY AND BETWEEN THE
      COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY TRANSPORTATION CABINET,
      DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS, AND THE CITY OF COVINGTON
      RELATING TO AN EXCAVATION/RENOVATION PROJECT ON
      MADISON AVENUE BETWEEN 11TH AND 12TH STREETS.

      MOTION of Commissioner Megerle, seconded by Commissioner Stricker.
      Passed. 5 Yeas. Commissioners Bamberger, Carran, Megerle, Stricker and
      Mayor Callery.


Municipal Road Aid Discretionary Bond Fund Agreement:

       City Manager JAY FOSSETT said the funds referred to in the following
order/resolution will be for Eastern Avenue slippage/improvements. City Engineer
TOM LOGAN said this is regarding a Memorandum of Agreement from 2006 that needs
to be formally executed before we can get the funds. MAYOR CALLERY said the City
never received the documents that needed to be filled out and sent in.

      COMMISSIONERS’ ORDER/RESOLUTION NO. O/R-344-07
      AN ORDER/RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR AND CITY
      COMMISSION     TO  EXECUTE   A   MUNICIPAL   ROAD    AID
      DISCRETIONARY BOND FUND AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF
      COVINGTON, KENTUCKY AND THE COMMONWEALTH OF
      KENTUCKY, TRANSPORTATION CABINET, DEPARTMENT OF
      GOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS AND ACCEPTING ALL STREETS
      REFERRED TO THEREIN AS BEING STREETS WHICH ARE A PART OF
      THE CITY OF COVINGTON.

      MOTION of Commissioner Bamberger, seconded by Commissioner Megerle.
      Passed. 5 Yeas. Commissioners Bamberger, Carran, Megerle, Stricker and
      Mayor Callery.

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2:30 A.M. Permit Hearing Board Appointment Tabled:

      COMMISSIONER BAMBERGER said he wanted more information before
approval.

      COMMISSIONERS’ ORDER/RESOLUTION NO.____________
      AN ORDER/RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE APPOINTMENT OF
      KENNETH KIPPENBROCK AS A MEMBER OF THE 2:30 A.M. PERMIT
      HEARING BOARD EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY.

      MOTION of Commissioner Bamberger to table the order/resolution regarding an
      appointment to the 2:30 A.M. Permit Review Hearing Board, seconded by
      Commissioner Stricker.
      Passed. 5 Yeas. Commissioners Bamberger, Carran, Megerle, Stricker and
      Mayor Callery.


Economic Development Director Resignation:

      The MAYOR and COMMISSIONERS thanked Ms. Melvin for all her hard work
and dedication to the City, and wished her the best of luck.

        COMMISSIONERS’ ORDER/RESOLUTION NO. O/R-345-07
      AN ORDER/RESOLUTION ACCEPTING THE RESIGNATION OF GAIL
      MELVIN AS DIRECTOR OF THE DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC
      DEVELOPMENT AND COMMUNITY RELATIONS, EFFECTIVE
      DECEMBER 14, 2007.

      MOTION of Commissioner Megerle, seconded by Commissioner Stricker.
      Passed. 5 Yeas. Commissioners Bamberger, Carran, Megerle, Stricker and
      Mayor Callery.



NEW BUSINESS – First Reading of an Ordinance


Bavarian Brewery Development Plan Amendment:

      COMMISSIONERS’ ORDINANCE NO. _______________________
      AN ORDINANCE AMENDING COMMISSIONERS’ ORDINANCE NO. O-40-96
      TO AMEND THE TERMS OF THE BAVARIAN BREWERY REDEVELOPMENT
      PROJECT URBAN RENEWAL PLAN DATED AUGUST, 1996 (A/K/A BAVARIAN
      BREWERY DEVELOPMENT PLAN).

      First Reading; No Vote.



8:00 P.M. PRESENTATION

Covington Pavement Management Program update:

       TOM LOGAN, City Engineer, gave a PowerPoint presentation on the current
status of the Pavement Management Program. MR. LOGAN and Assistant City Manager
BILL MOLLER answered questions from the Board of Commissioners.
COMMISSIONER MEGERLE asked for a copy of the PowerPoint presentation.




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CITY MANAGER'S REPORT

      City Manager JAY FOSSETT: No comments.



BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS COMMENTS


     COMMISSIONER BAMBERGER wished everyone Merry Christmas and
Happy New Year.


     COMMISSIONER CARRAN wished everyone Merry Christmas and Happy
New Year.


      COMMISSIONER MEGERLE wished everyone a Merry Christmas.


      COMMISSIONER STRICKER gave his condolences to the family and friends
of Jimmy Heath who passed. Mr. Heath’s finance is the owner of the Morning Glory
Bed and Breakfast. Congratulations to the newly elected Officers of Covington
Professional Firefighters, Local No. 38.



CITY SOLICITOR’S REPORT

       City Solicitor FRANK WARNOCK said he has received a lot of calls about the
political activities ordinance. It was not on the agenda because it is being worked on
and will be brought back at some point. MR. WARNOCK wished everyone a Merry
Christmas.



MAYOR’S COMMENTS

      MAYOR CALLERY wished everyone Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.



PUBLIC COMMENTS

      No public comments.



EXECUTIVE SESSION

      MOTION of Commissioner Megerle to meet in closed session pursuant to KRS
      61.810(1)(f) for discussions or hearings which might lead to the appointment,
      discipline or dismissal of an individual employee, seconded by Commissioner
      Bamberger.
      Passed. 5 Yeas. Commissioners Bamberger, Carran, Megerle, Stricker, and
      Mayor Callery.




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ADJOURNMENT

       MAYOR CALLERY reconvened the meeting at 10:00 p.m. and advised that no
action would be taken as a result of the closed session, and adjourned the meeting.




                                             _____IRVIN T. CALLERY_____
                                                      MAYOR

ATTEST:


____TRACY W. DENHAM________
       CITY CLERK


APPROVED: 1/8/08




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