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Wednesday, June 11, 2008 at 8:00 a.m.

Fargo Planning Commission Regular Meeting

City Commission Chambers, City Hall

Agenda                                                                          

 

8:00 a.m. to 8:45 a.m.   Items A through C

A:  Approve Order of Agenda

B:  Minutes:  Regular Meeting of May 14, 2008

C:  Site Plan Discussion

Public Hearings 9:00 a.m. to 9:45 a.m. Items 1 through 7

1a. Continued Hearing on a Petition requesting a Plat of Amber Valley West First Addition   (Major Subdivision), a portion of the northwest quarter, Section 21, Township 139 North,      Range 49 West. (Located at 2301 57th Street South) (Steve Iverson) (jh)

1b.  Continued Hearing on a Petition requesting a Zoning Change from AG, Agricultural to GC, General Commercial on Lot 1, Block 1 and from AG, Agricultural to GO, General Office on Lot 1, Block 2 and Lot 1, Block 3 of the proposed Amber Valley West First Addition. (Steve Iverson) (jh)

2a.  Continued Hearing on a Petition requesting a Plat of Westgate Commons First Addition (Major Subdivision), part of the north half of Section 28, Township 139 North, Range 49 West.  (Located at 4802, 4902, and 5402 32nd Avenue South) ( Steve Iverson ) (jh)

2b.  Continued Hearing on a Petition requesting a Zoning Change from GC, General Commercial and MR-3, Multi-Dwelling to SR-2, Single-Dwelling on portions of the northwest quarter of Section 28, Township 139N, Range 49 West.  (Located at 5402 32nd Avenue South ) ( Steve Iverson ) (jh)

3.    Continued Hearing on a Petition requesting a Zoning Change from AG, Agricultural to GC, General Commercial on the north half of the northeast quarter and the southeast quarter of the northeast quarter of Section 4, Township 138 North, Range 49 West.  (Located at 5501 45th Street South ) (Fred M Hector and Earlyne L Hector) (jh)

4a.   Hearing on a Petition requesting a Plat of Corwin Addition (Minor Subdivision) a replat of all of Lots 1, 2, 4, and 5, Block 1 and part of Lots 3 and 6, Block 1 of West Park Subdivision. (Located on the east side of 40th Street between 2nd and 4th Avenues South) (Dan Wilson) (mw)

4b.   Hearing on a Petition requesting a Zoning Change from GC, General Commercial to LI, Limited Industrial on Lots 1, 2, 4, and 5, and part of Lots 3 and 6, Block 1 of West Park Subdivision. (Located on the east side of 40th Street between 2nd and 4th Avenues South) (Dan Wilson) (Dan Wilson) (mw)

5.   Hearing on a Petition requesting a Zoning Change from GC, General Commercial to LI, Limited Industrial on Lots 2 and 6, Block 1 of Hector Airport 2nd Addition. (Located at 2131 16th Street North and 1501 21st Avenue North ) (David L. Currier) (mw )

6.   Hearing on a Petition requesting a Zoning Change from MR-3, Multi-Dwelling and a Special Use Permit to LC, Limited Commercial with a Conditional Overlay on Lot 1, Block 3 of Stonebridge Farms 2nd Addition. (Located at 3545 25th Street South ) (Sheldon L. Ellig) (mw )

7.  Hearing on a Petition requesting a Plat of 45th Street Park Fourth Addition (Minor Subdivision) a replat of Lots 3, 4, and 5, Block 1 of 45th Street Park Third Addition. (Located at 4375 4th Avenue South , 4402 2nd Avenue South , and 209 43½ Street South) (Jim P. Roers) (nc)

Public Hearings 10:00 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. Items 8 through 10

8.   Hearing on a Petition requesting a Plat of Hooters Fargo Addition (Minor Subdivision) a replat of Lot 2 and part of Lot 3, Block 5 of Westrac First Addition together with part of Lot 1, Block 1 of Helenske’s First Addition. (Located at 3431 Fiechtner Drive South and 3501 13th Avenue South ) (John Taffer) (jh)

9.   Hearing on a Petition requesting a Zoning Change from SR-3, Single-Dwelling to MR-1, Multi-Dwelling on Lots 13 through 19, Block 7 of Hector’s Addition. (Located at 57 11th Avenue North ) (Lloyd Sampson) (nc)

10a. Hearing on a Petition requesting a Plat of Country Grove Addition (Major Subdivision) a replat of Lot 1, Block 5 and Lot 7, Block 1 of Woodhaven 3rd Addition (Located at and adjacent to 4330 and 4351 Coventry Drive South)  (Woodhaven Development, LLP) (jh)

10b. Hearing on a Petition requesting a Right of Way Vacation of portions of Coventry Drive lying between Lot 1, Block 5 and Lot 7, Block 1 of Woodhaven 3rd Addition. (Woodhaven Development, LLP) (jh)

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Board of Planning Commissioners

Minutes

The regular meeting of the Board of Planning Commissioners of the City of Fargo, North Dakota, was held in the City Commission Room at City Hall at 8:00 o'clock a.m., Wednesday, June 11, 2008.

The Planning Commissioners present or absent were as shown following:

Present:  John Paulsen, Mark Brodshaug, Jeff Morrau, Peggy Palmes, Kelly Ruth, Rich Slagle, Jan Ulferts-Stewart, Claire Vigesaa, Catherine Wiley

Absent:    Kristi Fremstad

Chair Paulsen called the meeting to order.

Item A:  Approve Order of Agenda

Chair Paulsen noted an extra item will be added after Item C as Larry Scheffler, White Oaks Trust and The District of Fargo Representative, is present and will speak about the progress of the 52nd Avenue South road-widening project as it relates to landscaping.  Chair Paulsen stated Item No. 3 will be continued to August 13, 2008 at the request of the applicant, and said the June 25, 2008 Brown Bag meeting will be the annual bus tour.  Mr. Morrau moved to approve the Order of Agenda as amended.  Second by Ms. Ulferts-Stewart.  All Members present voted aye and the motion was declared carried.

Item B:   Minutes:  Regular Meeting of May 14, 2008

Mr. Brodshaug moved to approve the minutes of the May 14, 2008 Planning Commission meeting.  Second by Ms. Palmes.  All Members present voted aye and the motion was declared carried.

At the request of Chair Paulsen, Mr. Hinderaker updated the Planning Commission on action taken by the City Commission on June 2, 2008 regarding the Dakota Boys and Girls Ranch subdivision and zoning change as well as the proposed zoning change for a portion of Section 18, Township 138 North, Range 48 West.  He and Planning Director Jim Gilmour stated the petitions were denied and said the primary concerns of the City Commission for the Hearings dealt with land use incompatibility, lack of sufficient fire protection, and flood concerns.   City Engineer Mark Bittner stated the preferred south side flood control option will be brought to the City Commission next month.

Item C:    Site Plan Discussion

Jim Hinderaker reviewed the current Planning site plan review process as stipulated by the Land Development Code.  He noted the process does not require public notification.  He summarized the zone change review criteria and stated all criteria must be met for approval.  He focused on review criteria of Section 20-0906.F.3 which states the approval will not adversely affect the condition or value of property in the vicinity; and Section 20-0906.F.4 which states the proposed amendment is consistent with the purpose of the Land Development Code, the applicable Growth Plan, and other adopted policies of the City.  Mr. Hinderaker suggested looking at architectural standards and establishing specific standards for mixed-use development.  He listed the following options for the Board to consider:  1) continue with the current process; 2) encourage site plans be submitted with all zone change applications; 3) require site plans be submitted but not necessarily tied to an approval; or 4) require site plans be submitted and directly tied to approval.  He stated staff’s recommendation is to follow option number two and encourage site plans be submitted with all zone change applications. 

In response to a question by Chair Paulsen, Planning Director Jim Gilmour stated he feels it is more important to have good standards in place that can be interpreted by the zoning administrator as he does not think the Planning Commission has time to look at every site plan.  He suggested staff and the Board review landscape standards as well as sign code standards, and apply them through the current process.

Mr. Vigesaa said he agrees with staff and wants higher standards in place for the developers to have a clearer picture.

Mr. Morrau stated he agrees with staff and recommends reducing parking requirements in addition to considering the amount of asphalt and landscaping.

Mr. Slagle stated if standards are high enough, there is no need to continue with more stringent requirements; however, if standards are not high enough, local residents may not have any assurances of what will be built until the project is done.  He continued, if the use is allowed without site plan approval and the applicant is falling within that allowable use, there may be an undesirable outcome.  He said developers have to understand their proposals may negatively affect the public and so they need to be held to a higher standard to ensure good development.

In response to a comment by Chair Paulsen, Jim Hinderaker stated staff will move forward with drafting language for the creation of the Mixed Use Zone District.

52nd Avenue South Landscaping Plan Discussion

Mr. Larry Scheffler, White Oaks Trust and The District of Fargo Representative, reviewed his proposed landscaping plan for 52nd Avenue South.

Mr. Slagle stated his support for the development and encouraged solutions to the maintenance continue to be sought.  He questioned the connectivity of the development to the surrounding area.

Nicole Crutchfield stated everyone is in support of Mr. Scheffler’s vision and said staff is considering options for funding and maintaining the landscaping.

Mark Bittner stated maintenance districts could be created to finance this.  He said the City is coordinating maintenance with the Fargo Park District.  He stated the City is willing to go forward if Mr. Scheffler is willing to finance the long-term maintenance.

Mr. Brodshaug suggested a volunteer program could be considered to handle basic maintenance.

Larry Scheffler stated his concern is that the high standard of maintenance be continued when the land is sold.

(Mr. Slagle absent.)

At 9:14 a.m. the Board took a five-minute recess.

After recess:  All Members present except Fremstad and Slagle.  Chair Paulsen presiding.

Item 1a:   Continued Hearing on a Petition requesting a Plat of Amber Valley West First Addition (Major Subdivision), a portion of the northwest quarter, Section 21, Township 139 North, Range 49 West. (Located at 2301 57th Street South) (Steve Iverson):  APPROVED

 

Item 1b:   Continued Hearing on a Petition requesting a Zoning Change from AG, Agricultural to GC, General Commercial on Lot 1, Block 1 and from AG, Agricultural to GO, General Office on Lot 1, Block 2 and Lot 1, Block 3 of the proposed Amber Valley West First Addition. (Steve Iverson):  APPROVED

(9:24 a.m.) A Hearing had been set for April 9, 2008 on petitions requesting a platofAmberValley West First Addition and zoning change.

At the April 9, 2008 meeting, the Hearing was continued to May 14, 2008.

At the May 14, 2008 meeting, the Hearing was continued to this date and hour.

Jim Hinderaker presented the staff report for the proposed plat and zoning change.  He distributed copies of a letter dated May 9, 2008 from Steve Iverson, Paces Lodging and Christenson Holdings, which outlined the Developer’s points of concern regarding the Conditional Overlay for the proposed Amber Valley West First Addition.  Mr. Hinderaker stated the main concern of staff in dealing with the overlay itself is regarding signage consistency.  He stated staff is recommending approval.

Mr. Iverson, stated the proposed Conditional Overlay limits the Developer and puts them at a disadvantage when comparing the proposed plat with other developments.  He stated he would like clarification on Item No. 11 of the Conditional Overlay regarding the cumulative open, green space of each lot.

Jim Hinderaker clarified the cumulative open, green space of each lot shall be 15 percent in total.  He addressed the Petitioner’s concern with the change in requirements and stated that unfortunately, previous approvals may not have as high of standards.  

There was discussion regarding how language in the Conditional Overlay regarding signage compares to other conditional overlays in place in the surrounding area.  

Jim Hinderaker noted signage requirements are getting closer to the standard desired to be in place for the future.  

Mr. Brodshaug stated his desire to hold this corridor to a higher standard as this will be an important corridor of the City.  

Mr. Vigesaa moved the findings and recommendations of staff be accepted and approval be recommended to the City Commission of the proposed subdivision plat and zoning change, with Conditional Overlay as outlined within the staff report, as the proposal complies with the adopted Area Plan, the Standards of Article 20-06, Section 20-0906.F (1-4) and all other applicable requirements of the Land Development Code.  Second by Mr. Brodshaug.  On call of the roll Members Vigesaa, Wiley, Ruth, Ulferts-Stewart, Brodshaug, Palmes, Morrau, and Paulsen voted aye.  Absent and not voting:  Fremstad and Slagle.  The motion was declared carried.

Item 2a:    Continued Hearing on a Petition requesting a Plat of Westgate Commons First Addition (Major Subdivision), part of the north half of Section 28, Township 139 North, Range 49 West.  (Located at 4802, 4902, and 5402 32nd Avenue South) (Steve Iverson):  APPROVED

 

Item 2b:         Continued Hearing on a Petition requesting a Zoning Change from GC, General Commercial and MR-3, Multi-Dwelling to SR-2, Single-Dwelling on portions of the northwest quarter of Section 28, Township 139 North, Range 49 West.  (Located at 5402 32nd Avenue South) (Steve Iverson):  APPROVED

(9:50 a.m.) Mr. Morrau declared a conflict of interest and asked to be excusedfromvoting.

A Hearinghad been set for April 9, 2008 on petitions requesting a plat of Westgate Commons First Addition and zoning change.

At the April 9, 2008 meeting, the Hearing was continued to May 14, 2008.

At the May 14, 2008 meeting approval of the preliminary concept was granted and the Hearing was continued to this date and hour.

Jim Hinderaker reviewed the staff report for the proposed major subdivision and zoning change.  He said the Developer wants to phase the development and focus on only the east half of the proposed residential area.  He said a concern to consider is whether or not the Conditional Overlay should be removed and explained the Developer is looking for complete removal in order to develop a traditional single family development.  He stated the east/west cul-de-sac streets were opened up to 47th Street South to address connectivity issues brought forth at the May 14, 2008 Planning Commission meeting.  He explained the plat also takes into account staff’s desire to meander 36th Avenue South between 45th and 57th Streets South to ensure this future roadway does not become a cut-through route for traffic.  He stated staff was primarily in agreement with the Developer and added, in regards to the future park west of the subject property, staff recommends one of the proposed lots on 53rd Street South be reserved as park land in order to provide an entrance into the park.  Mr. Hinderaker stated a conditional overlay will need to be created for the remainder of the development.  He said staff is recommending approval of this portion.

Steve Iverson, Paces Lodging and Christenson Holdings, noted the 25 foot landscape buffer/ easement which equals about 90,000 square feet along the edges of the development is considered a linear park by the Developer.  He stated the buffer can be used to access the park area and that the Developer felt that was sufficient.

Jim Gilmour explained Planning staff’s concern is to provide a better connection to the park to reduce children cutting through resident’s yards.

Ms. Wiley suggested the whole lot may not be necessary for access to the park and that a smaller area might work.

Mr. Iverson stated that having a park access between two lots is undesirable.

Mr. Vigesaa moved the findings of staff be accepted and approval be recommended to the City Commission of the Westgate Commons First Addition and the proposed zoning change from MR-3, Multi-Dwelling and LC, Limited Commercial to SR-2, Single-Dwelling with removal of the existing conditional overlay as the proposal complies with the Comprehensive Plan, Standards of Article 20-06, and Section 20-0906.F (1-4) of the Land Development Code. 

Second by Ms. Ulferts-Stewart.  

Jim Hinderaker clarified that staff’s recommended motion includes the removal of one of the residential lots to provide park access.

Ms. Wiley moved the motion be amended to include the removal of a lot for a path for access to the park.

Second by Mr. Brodshaug.  On call of the roll of the amended motion Members Wiley, Brodshaug, and Paulsen voted aye.  Members Palmes, Vigesaa, Ruth, Ulferts-Stewart voted nay.    Mr. Morrau was excused from voting.  Absent and not voting:  Fremstad and Slagle.  The motion failed for lack of a majority.

On call of the original motion, Members Brodshaug, Palmes, Vigesaa, Ruth, Ulferts-Stewart, Wiley, and Paulsen voted aye.  Mr. Morrau was excused from voting.  Absent and not voting:  Fremstad and Slagle.  The motion was declared carried.

Item 3:      Continued Hearing on a Petition requesting a Zoning Change from AG, Agricultural to GC, General Commercial on the north half of the northeast quarter and the southeast quarter of the northeast quarter of Section 4, Township 138 North, Range 49 West.  (Located at 5501 45th Street South) (Fred M Hector and Earlyne L Hector):  CONTINUED TO AUGUST 13, 2008

A Hearing had been set for April 9, 2008 on a petition requesting a zoning change on portions of Section 4, Township 138 North, Range 49 West.

At the April 9, 2008 meeting, the Hearing was continued to May 14, 2008.

At the May 14, 2008 meeting, the Hearing was continued to this date and hour; however, the Petitioner has requested the Hearing be continued to August 13, 2008.

Item 4a:    Hearing on a Petition requesting a Plat of Corwin Addition (Minor Subdivision) a replat of all of Lots 1, 2, 4, and 5, Block 1 and part of Lots 3 and 6, Block 1 of WestPark Subdivision. (Located on the east side of 40th Street between 2nd and 4th Avenues South) (Dan Wilson):  APPROVED

 

Item 4b:    Hearing on a Petition requesting a Zoning Change from GC, General Commercial to LI, Limited Industrial on Lots 1, 2, 4, and 5, and part of Lots 3 and 6, Block 1 of WestPark Subdivision. (Located on the east side of 40th Street between 2nd and 4th Avenues South) (Dan Wilson):  APPROVED

(10:10 a.m.) Mark Williams reviewed the staff report for the proposed minor subdivision and zoning change and stated staff is recommending approval.

The Petitioner declined commenting on the application.

Ms. Wiley moved the findings of staff be accepted and approval be recommended to the City Commission of the proposed zoning change from GC, General Commercial to LI, Limited Industrial on the basis that it satisfactorily complies with the Comprehensive Plan, Standards of Section 20-0906.F (1-4) and all other applicable requirements of the Land Development Code.  Second by Ms. Ruth.  On call of the roll Members Vigesaa, Morrau, Brodshaug, Ulferts-Stewart, Ruth, Wiley, Palmes, and Paulsen voted aye.  Absent and not voting:  Fremstad and Slagle.  The motion was declared carried.

Item 5:    Hearing on a Petition requesting a Zoning Change from GC, General Commercial to LI, Limited Industrial on Lots 2 and 6, Block 1 of HectorAirport 2nd Addition. (Located at 2131 16th Street North and 1501 21st Avenue North) (David L. Currier):  APPROVED

(10:15 a.m.) Mark Williams presented the staff report for the proposed zoning change and stated after meeting with the property owner in regards to the recommendation of denial proposed by staff, a compromise was achieved which both addresses the concerns of the Petitioner and continues to ensure compatibility of future land use with the surrounding zoning districts.  He stated staff is proposing to support the rezone of only the north 233 feet of Lot 2, Block 1 of Hector Airport 2nd Addition from GC, General Commercial, to LI, Limited Industrial, with a conditional zoning overlay.

The Petitioner declined commenting on the application.

Ms. Ulferts-Stewart moved the findings of staff be accepted and approval be recommended to the City Commission of the proposed zoning change from GC, General Commercial to LI, Limited Industrial on the north 233 feet of Lot 2, Block 1 of Hector Airport Second Addition, with the Conditional Overlay as outlined within the staff report, as the proposal complies with the Comprehensive Plan, Standards of Section 20-0906.F (1-4) of the Land Development Code.  Second by Ms. Palmes.  On call of the roll Members Ulferts-Stewart, Brodshaug, Wiley, Palmes, Vigesaa, Morrau, Ruth, and Paulsen voted aye.  Absent and not voting:  Fremstad and Slagle.  The motion was declared carried.

At 10:22 a.m. the Board took a five-minute recess.

After recess:  All Members present except Fremstad and Slagle.  Chair Paulsen presiding.

Item 6:    Hearing on a Petition requesting a Zoning Change from MR-3, Multi-Dwelling and a Special Use Permit to LC, Limited Commercial with a Conditional Overlay on Lot 1, Block 3 of Stonebridge Farms 2nd Addition. (Located at 3545 25th Street South) (Sheldon L. Ellig):  APPROVED

(10:31 a.m.) Mark Williams summarized the staff report for the proposed zoning change and stated staff is proposing a conditional zoning overlay which will help ensure this project continues to be compatible with the surrounding neighborhood as it is located within a residential area.  He stated staff is recommending approval.

The Petitioner declined commenting on the application.

Mr. Morrau moved the findings of staff be accepted and approval be recommended to the City Commission of the proposed zoning change from MR-3, Multi-dwelling with a Special Use Permit to LC, Limited Commercial with a Conditional Zoning Overlay on the basis that it satisfactorily complies with the Comprehensive Plan, Standards of Section 20-0906.F (1-4) and all other applicable requirements of the Land Development Code.  Second by Ms. Wiley.  On call of the roll Members Ruth, Wiley, Morrau, Vigesaa, Brodshaug, Ulferts-Stewart, Palmes, and Paulsen voted aye.  Absent and not voting:  Fremstad and Slagle.  The motion was declared carried.

Item 7:      Hearing on a Petition requesting a Plat of 45th Street Park Fourth Addition (Minor Subdivision) a replat of Lots 3, 4, and 5, Block 1 of 45th Street Park Third Addition. (Located at 4375 4th Avenue South, 4402 2nd Avenue South, and 209 43½ Street South) (Jim P. Roers):  APPROVED

(10:34 a.m.) Nicole Crutchfield presented the staff report for the proposed minor subdivision and stated staff received telephone calls from area property owners who have concerns about whether there will be additional special assessments due to the improvements from this project.  She stated there will not be additional special assessments due to improvements of the site.  She stated staff is recommending approval.

Ms. Wiley moved the findings and recommendations of staff be accepted and approval be recommended to the City Commission of the 45th Street Park Fourth Addition on the basis that it satisfactorily complies with the Comprehensive Plan, Standards of Article 20-06 and all other applicable requirements of the Land Development Code.  Second by Ms. Ulferts-Stewart.  On call of the roll Members Morrau, Brodshaug, Wiley, Ruth, Ulferts-Stewart, Palmes, Vigesaa, and Paulsen voted aye.  Absent and not voting:  Fremstad and Slagle.  The motion was declared carried.

Item 8:     Hearing on a Petition requesting a Plat of Hooters Fargo Addition (Minor Subdivision) a replat of Lot 2 and part of Lot 3, Block 5 of Westrac First Addition together with part of Lot 1, Block 1 of Helenske’s First Addition. (Located at 3431 Fiechtner Drive South and 3501 13th Avenue South) (John Taffer):  CONTINUED TO JULY 9, 2008

(10:36 a.m.) Mr. Hinderaker stated representation for the proposed plat is not present this morning.

Mr. Morrau moved to continue the Hearing to the July 9, 2008 Planning Commission.  Second by Ms. Wiley.  All members present voted aye and the motion was declared carried.

Item 9:   Hearing on a Petition requesting a Zoning Change from SR-3, Single-Dwelling to MR-1, Multi-Dwelling on Lots 13 through 19, Block 7 of Hector’s Addition. (Located at 57 11th Avenue North) (Lloyd Sampson):  CONTINUED TO JULY 9, 2008

(10:37 a.m.) Nicole Crutchfield stated representation for the proposed zoning change is not present this morning.

Ms. Ulferts-Stewart moved to continue the Hearing to the July 9, 2008 Planning Commission.  Second by Ms. Ruth.  All members present voted aye and the motion was declared carried.

Item 10a:    Hearing on a Petition requesting a Plat of Country Grove Addition (Major Subdivision) a replat of Lot 1, Block 5 and Lot 7, Block 1 of Woodhaven 3rd Addition (Located at and adjacent to 4330 and 4351 Coventry Drive South) (Woodhaven Development, LLP):  APPROVED

 

Item 10b:    Hearing on a Petition requesting a Right of Way Vacation of portions of Coventry Drive lying between Lot 1, Block 5 and Lot 7, Block 1 of Woodhaven 3rd Addition (Woodhaven Development, LLP):  APPROVED

(10:39 a.m.) Jim Hinderaker presented the staff report for the proposed plat and right-of-way vacation and explained the purpose of the vacation is to allow for a slight re-alignment of this local roadway.  He said the new right-of-way will be dedicated to the City as part of this proposal.  He stated staff is supportive of the proposal and is recommending approval.

Mr. Brodshaug moved the findings and recommendations of staff be accepted and approval be recommended to the City Commission of the Country Grove Addition plat and right-of-way vacation, as outlined within the staff report, as the proposal complies with the adopted Area Plan, the Standards of Article 20-06, and all other applicable requirements of the Land Development Code.  Second by Ms. Ulferts-Stewart.  On call of the roll Members Vigesaa, Morrau, Wiley, Ulferts-Stewart, Ruth, Brodshaug, Palmes, and Paulsen voted aye.  Absent and not voting:  Fremstad and Slagle.  The motion was declared carried.

The time at adjournment was 10:43 o’clock a.m.

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