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MIN MAR 06 2007 M I N U T E S - CITY OF BEAUMONT Andrew P. Cokinos,At-Large GUY N. GOODSON, MAYOR Becky Ames,At-Large Lulu L. Smith,Ward I CITY COUNCIL MEETING Nancy Beaulieu, Mayor Pro Tern,Ward If Audwin Samuel,Ward III March 6, 2007 Bobbie J. Patterson,Ward IV Tyrone E. Cooper, City Attorney Kyle Hayes, City Manager Tina Broussard, Interim City Clerk The City Council of the City of Beaumont, Texas, met in a regular session on March 6, 2007, at the City Hall Council Chambers, 801 Main Street, Beaumont, Texas, at 1:30 p.m. to consider the following: OPENING Invocation Pledge of Allegiance Roll Call Presentations and Recognition Public Comment: Persons may speak on scheduled agenda items 1-9/Consent Agenda Consent Agenda Mayor Goodson called the council meeting to order at 1:30 p.m. Pastor Randy Felvshau of Cathedral in the Pines gave the invocation. Councilmember Samuel led the Pledge of Allegiance. Roll call was made by Tina Broussard, Interim City Clerk. Present at the meeting were Mayor Goodson, Mayor Pro Tern Beaulieu, Councilmembers Smith, Ames, Samuel and Patterson. Absent: Councilmember Cokinos. Also present were Kyle Hayes, City Manager; Tyrone Cooper, City Attorney, Tina Broussard, Interim City Clerk. Proclamations, Presentations, Recognitions None Mayor Goodson read the announcement regarding the Executive Session to be held at the conclusion of the General Business portion of the meeting. Public Comment: Persons may speak on scheduled agenda items 1-9/Consent Agenda. Mike Drury 6835 Marshall Place Beaumont TX 77706 Discussed Item B: Thanked Kyle Hayes and Max Duplant for putting this item on the agenda; asked that it be considered for approval CONSENT AGENDA Approval of minutes - February 20, 2007 Approval of Special minutes - February 23, 2007 Minutes-March 6,2007 Confirmation of committee appointments - None A) Approve Change Order No. 20 for the Julie Rogers Theatre renovation - Resolution 07- 056 B) Authorize the City Manager to adopt the ICMA Retirement Corporation's (ICMA-RC) amended 457 Deferred Compensation Plan Document - Resolution 07-057 C) Approve a resolution requesting new signatories for the Workers Compensation Claims Account at Capital One Bank - Resolution 07-058 D) Approve a resolution accepting maintenance of the street, storm sewer,water and sanitary sewer improvements in Kingswood Place Subdivision, Section One - Resolution 07-059 E) Approve a resolution accepting maintenance of the street, storm sewer,water and sanitary sewer improvements in Pointe' Park - Resolution 07-060 Councilmember Samuel made a motion to approve the Consent Agenda. Mayor Pro Tern Beaulieu seconded the motion. AYES: MAYOR GOODSON,MAYOR PRO TEM BEAULIEU,COUNCILMEMBERS SMITH, AMES, SAMUEL AND PATTERSON NAYS: NONE MOTION PASSED GENERAL BUSINESS 1. Consider approving amendments to Chapter 7 of the Code of Ordinances-Ordinance 07- 019 Administration recommended approval of the amendments proposed for Chapter 7 of the Code of Ordinances. At a worksession on January 16, staff discussed the process to be used to update the Code of Ordinances. In accordance with the process that was put in place, the proposed changes to Chapter 7, related to business dealings affecting the public interest, were provided to the City Council for review. The recodification will cost an estimated $20,000. Funds are available in the FY 2007 Operating Budget. Councilmember Samuel moved to ADOPT ORDINANCE 07-019 ENTITLED AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 7,ARTICLE IV, SECTION 7-61, SUBSECTIONS 7-63(A)AND (C), ARTICLE VI, SECTIONS 7-82 AND 7-84,SUBSECTIONS 7-88(D),7-89(D)AND(E)AND 7-104(C)AND SECTIONS 7-1 THROUGH 7-12 AND ARTICLE II, DIVISION 1,SECTIONS 7-20 THROUGH 7-26 OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; PROVIDING FOR REPEAL; AND PROVIDING A PENALTY. Councilmember Ames seconded the motion. Page 2 of 12 Minutes-March 6,2007 AYES: MAYOR GOODSON,MAYOR PRO TEM BEAULIEU,COUNCILMEMBERS SMITH, AMES, SAMUEL AND PATTERSON NAYS: NONE MOTION PASSED 2. Consider approving amendments to Chapter 10 of the Code of Ordinances - Ordinance 07-020 Administration recommended approval of the amendments proposed for Chapter 10 of the Code of Ordinances. At a worksession on January 16, staff discussed the process to be used to update the Code of Ordinances. In accordance with the process that was put in place, the proposed changes to Chapter 10, related to fire protection and prevention, were provided to the City Council for review. The recodification will cost an estimated $20,000. Funds are available in the FY 2007 Operating Budget. Mayor Pro Tern Beaulieu made a motion to ADOPT ORDINANCE 07-020 ENTITLED AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 10, SECTION 10-2, OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES; PROVIDING FORSEVERABILITY;PROVIDING FOR REPEAL;AND PROVIDING A PENALTY. Council member Ames seconded the motion. AYES: MAYOR GOODSON, MAYOR PRO TEM BEAULIEU,COUNCILMEMBERS SMITH, AMES, SAMUEL AND PATTERSON NAYS: NONE MOTION PASSED 3. Consider rescinding Ordinance No. 07-009, Ordinance No. 07-015, Ordinance No. 07-016 and Ordinance No. 07-018 and provide a new Ordinance calling the General Election for May 12,2007 to elect a Mayor,two(2)Councilmembers-At-Large,one(1)Councilmember each for Ward I, Ward II, Ward III and Ward IV - Ordinance 07-021 Administration recommended approval to rescind the ordinances stated above and approve a new Ordinance calling the General Election for May 12, 2007 and a Runoff Election, if necessary. On February 23, 2007, the County Clerk's office was notified by the Secretary of State of Texas that a statewide constitutional amendment election would occur on May 12, 2007. This development imposed that the County Clerk would become the Election Clerk and the Municipalities would then hold a joint election with Jefferson County. The Commissioners' Court will approve the polling locations and early voting location changes in accordance with the Election Code for county elections. The County Clerk's office will be responsible for securing poll workers, delivering all Ivotronic machines and the handling of mail ballots. Page 3 of 12 Minutes-March 6,2007 Funds were budgeted in the FY 2007 Budget for the election. The City of Beaumont will be billed by the County Clerk's Office for the City's portion of the election. Councilmember Patterson made a motion to ADOPT ORDINANCE 07-021 ENTITLED AN ORDINANCE REPEALING ORDINANCE NO. 07-016, ORDINANCE NO. 07-018, ORDINANCE 07-009. ORDINANCE 07-015;AND ADOPTING A NEW ORDINANCE PROVIDING FORAGENERAL ELECTION TO BE HELD ON THE 12T" DAY OF MAY, 2007 FOR THE PURPOSE OF ELECTING A MAYOR, FOUR (4) COUNCILMEMBERS (WARD I, 11, III AND IV) AND TWO (2) COUNCILMEMBERS-AT-LARGE AND A PROPOSITION AUTHORIZING THE SALE OF HEBERT PARK, MAPLE/OAKLAND PARK AND A PORTION OF PIPKIN PARK; PROVIDING FOR EARLY VOTING; DESIGNATING POLLING PLACES AND ADOPTING ELECTION OFFICIALS FOR SUCH ELECTION; PROVIDING THE FORM OF THE BALLOT AT SUCH ELECTION; DIRECTING THE GIVING OF NOTICE OF SUCH ELECTION; PROVIDING FOR A JOINT ELECTION WITH JEFFERSON COUNTY; AND CONTAINING OTHER PROVISIONS RELATED TO THE SUBJECT. Councilmember Ames seconded the motion. AYES: MAYOR GOODSON, MAYOR PRO TEM BEAULIEU,COUNCILMEMBERS SMITH, AMES, SAMUEL AND PATTERSON NAYS: NONE MOTION PASSED 4. Consider approving the purchase of law enforcement digital emergency radio equipment- Resolution 07-061 Administration recommended the purchase of radio equipment through the Houston- Galveston Area Council (H-GAC) Cooperative Purchasing Program at a total cost of $771,998.49, with the equipment to be ordered from Motorola. The radio equipment being purchased is in conjunction with other law enforcement equipment to facilitate crime prevention and emergency response in ports under an initiative by the Department of Homeland Security. The purchase will allow the Beaumont Police Department to complete the migration from analog radios to digital radios. The digital technology allows for clearer reception and transmission on the 800 MHZ frequency than the analog. In addition, radio manufacturers are forcing the migration from analog to digital. The analog units will be distributed to other divisions throughout the City. The equipment to be purchased includes one hundred fifty-seven (157)XTS 2500 Digital Portable Units and eighty-five (85) XTL 2500 Digital Mobile Units with related support devices. The purchase price will include a three (3) year full warranty on all equipment. Schedule of Proposed Radio Equipment Purchase: e[ T Motorola XTS2500 157 $566,599.89 Motorola XTL5000 85 266,589.77 Page 4 of 12 Minutes-March 6,2007 Motorola Discount (72,600.00) H-GAC fee 11,408.83 Total Cost $771,998.49 The City was awarded the 2006 Port Security Grant by the Department of Homeland Security which will provide seventy-five percent (75%) or $578,998.87 of the funding for this purchase. This funding is on a reimbursement-basis. As required by the grant, the City will match twenty-five percent(25%)or$192,999.62 of the purchase. Sufficient funds are available in the Capital Reserve Fund for this match. Councilmember Patterson made a motion to APPROVE RESOLUTION 07-061 THAT THE CITY COUNCIL HEREBYAPPROVES THE PURCHASE OF LAW ENFORCEMENT DIGITAL EMERGENCY RADIO EQUIPMENT FROM MOTOROLA THROUGH THE HOUSTON-GALVESTON AREA COUNCIL(H-GAC) IN THE AMOUNT OF$771,998.49. Mayor Pro Tern Beaulieu seconded the motion. AYES: MAYOR GOODSON, MAYOR PRO TEM BEAULIEU, COUNCILMEMBERS SMITH, AMES, SAMUEL AND PATTERSON NAYS: NONE MOTION PASSED 5. Consider approving the purchase of a 2,000 gallon water truck for use at the Landfill - Resolution 07-062 Administration recommended the purchase of a 2007 Ford F750XL truck equipped with a 2,000 gallon water tank from United Truck and Equipment of Phoenix, Arizona in the amount of$79,500. The new water truck will replace Unit 3111, a 1980 Ford that has exceeded its life expectancy. This truck will be disposed of according to the City's surplus property policies. The following bids were received: Grande Ford, San Antonio, TX 2008 Ford F750 $65,793.00 Texas Truck Centers, Houston, TX 2008 International 4300 $70,087.12 Beaumont Freightliner, Inc., 2008 Freightliner M2-106 $77,576.00 Beaumont, TX United Truck & Equipment, 2007 Ford F750 $79,500.00 Phoenix, AZ Philpott Ford, Nederland, TX 2008 Ford F750 $85,302.00 Page 5 of 12 Minutes-March 6,2007 The water tank proposed by the apparent lowest three (3)bidders failed to meet minimum specifications of an epoxy lined water tank and a five-year warranty. It is recommended that the bid be awarded to United Truck and Equipment for the purchase of a 2007 Ford F750XL truck equipped with a 2,000 gallon United brand water tank. Warranty service is provided through Kinsel Ford of Beaumont for two (2) years on the truck. The water tank is covered by a five (5) year manufacturer's warranty. Delivery of the water truck is expected in approximately 60 days. Funds are budgeted in the Solid Waste Management Fund for this expenditure in the amount of $65,000, however, sufficient funds are available in the fund to cover the additional amount of $14,900. The increase in the cost of the truck over what was budgeted is due to the new 2007 EPA engine requirements and the extremely elevated price of steel. COuncilmember Ames made a motion tO ADOPT RESOLUTION 07-062 THAT THE BID SUBMITTED BY UNITED TRUCK & EQUIPMENT OF PHOENIX, ARIZONA, FOR A 2007 FORD F750XL TRUCK EQUIPPED WITH A 2,000 GALLON WATER TANK IN THE AMOUNT OF$79,500.00 BE ACCEPTED BY THE CITY OF BEAUMONT. Mayor Pro Tern Beaulieu seconded the motion. AYES: MAYOR GOODSON, MAYOR PRO TEM BEAULIEU, COUNCILMEMBERS SMITH, AMES, SAMUEL AND PATTERSON NAYS: NONE MOTION PASSED 6. Consider approving the purchase of playground equipment for Halbouty Park-Resolution 07-063 Administration recommended the purchase of new playground equipment from Total Recreation Products, Inc. in the amount of $60,166.01 through the Texas Local Government Purchasing Cooperative's BuyBoard. BuyBoard,a government purchasing cooperative,is administered by the Texas Association of School Boards. Its membership is open to cities, counties, school districts and nonprofits throughout Texas. The proposed system includes furnishing and installing a 24 ft. ADA compliant ramp, a custom PowerScape play unit, geotextile playground fabric base and new water fountains. The playground equipment was removed after it was destroyed by felled trees during Hurricane Rita. Federal Emergency Management Agency(FEMA)will reimburse the City$47,000 towards the replacement of the playground equipment. The balance of$13,166.01 will be funded by the Capital Reserve Fund. Page 6 of 12 Minutes-March B,2007 Mayor Pro Tern Beaulieu made a motion to ADOPT RESOLUTION 07-063 THAT THE CITY COUNCIL HEREBY APPROVES THE PURCHASE OF NEW PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT FOR HALBOUTY PARK FROM TOTAL RECREATION PRODUCTS, INC.IN THE AMOUNT OF$60,166.01 THROUGH THE TEXAS LOCAL GOVERNMENT PURCHASING COOPERATIVE'S BUYBOARD. Councilmember Smith seconded the motion. AYES: MAYOR GOODSON, MAYOR PRO TEM BEAULIEU, COUNCILMEMBERS SMITH, AMES, SAMUEL AND PATTERSON NAYS: NONE MOTION PASSED 7. Consider approving a request to abandon a portion of Hospital Drive- Ordinance 07-022 The Administration recommended approval of a request to abandon a portion of Hospital Drive. The City of Beaumont is requesting the abandonment of a 60'x 316.82'portion of Hospital Drive. Hermann Memorial Baptist Hospital recently applied for and was granted a License- to-Encroach for an aerial pedestrian cross walk over a portion of Hospital Drive. After review by the hospital's legal department, it was determined that the license-to-encroach would not suffice as per the requirements of the federal funding the hospital is eligible for. The only solution would be to abandon a portion of the street right-of-way. At a Regular Meeting held February 26, 2007, the Planning Commission voted 7:0 to approve a request to abandon a portion of Hospital Drive subject to the following conditions: • Retain the existing right-of-way as a 60'wide general utility and access easement. • Prepare an indemnification clause stating that the City of Beaumont shall not be held responsible for the structure if the concrete should fail or the water line should rupture. Recommended by Planning Commission, City Manager, Public Works Director and the Planning Manager. Councilmember Patterson made a motion to APPROVE ORDINANCE 07-022 ENTITLED AN ORDINANCE ABANDONING A 60' x 316.82' PORTION OF HOSPITAL DRIVE IN THE CITY OF BEAUMONT,JEFFERSON COUNTY, TEXAS. Councilmember Smith seconded the motion. AYES: MAYOR GOODSON, MAYOR PRO TEM BEAULIEU, COUNCILMEMBERS SMITH, AMES, SAMUEL AND PATTERSON NAYS: NONE MOTION PASSED Page 7 of 12 Minutes-March 6,2007 8. Consider approving a request to abandon a portion of Iowa Avenue between Cheek Street and Cunningham - Ordinance 07-023 The Administration recommended approval of a request to abandon a portion of Iowa Avenue between Cheek Street and Cunningham. Mark W.Whiteley&Associates, Inc. is requesting the abandonment of that portion of Iowa Avenue that lies between Cheek Street and Cunningham Street. Lamar University is in the process of building additional student housing. To accomplish this goal, the University would like to have this portion of Iowa Avenue abandoned. At a Regular Meeting held February 26, 2007, the Planning Commission voted 7:0 to approve a request to abandon a portion of Iowa Avenue between Cheek Street and Cunningham subject to the following conditions: • Retain the street right-of-way as a general utility easement and a fire access easement. • No structures shall be placed within the easement. • The City shall not be held responsible for any surface restoration when water or sewer main repairs are necessary. Recommended by Planning Commission, City Manager, Public Works Director and the Planning Manager. Councilmember Patterson made a motion to APPROVE ORDINANCE 07-023 ENTITLED AN ORDINANCE ABANDONING A PORTION OF IOWA AVENUE BETWEEN CHEEK AND CUNNINGHAM STREETS IN THE CITY OF BEAUMONT, JEFFERSON COUNTY, TEXAS. Councilmember Ames seconded the motion. AYES: MAYOR GOODSON, MAYOR PRO TEM BEAULIEU, COUNCILMEMBERS SMITH, AMES, SAMUEL AND PATTERSON NAYS: NONE MOTION PASSED 9. Consider approving a request to abandon a portion of Main and Blanchette rights-of-way- Ordinance 07-024 The Administration recommended approval of a request to abandon a portion of Main and Blanchette rights-of-way subject to the retention of the abandoned rights-of-way for a general utility and drainage easement. Ronnie Pullin, City of Beaumont Real Property Coordinator, is requesting approval of the abandonment of a 0.5466 acre portion of Main and Blanchette street rights-of-way. Mr. Pullin states that the Port of Beaumont recently donated the southeast corner of Block 8, Beaumont Townsite to the City for the purpose of improving the intersection of Main and Blanchette. In exchange, the City agreed to abandon a portion of Main and Blanchette so that the Port could extend its existing fence on the south side of Blanchette to connect to its existing fence on the east side of Main to close the gap for security purposes. Page 8 of 12 Minutes-March 6,2007 At a Regular Meeting held February 26, 2007, the Planning Commission voted 7:0 to approve a request to abandon a portion of Main and Blanchette rights-of-way subject to the retention of the abandoned rights-of-way for a general utility and drainage easement. Recommended by Planning Commission, City Manager, Public Works Director and the Planning Manager. Mayor Pro Tern Beaulieu made a motion to APPROVE ORDINANCE 07-024 ENTITLED AN ORDINANCE ABANDONING A SOUTHEAST 0.5466 ACRE PORTION OF MAIN AND BLANCEHTTE RIGHTS-OF-WAY IN THE CITY OF BEAUMONT,JEFFERSON COUNTY,TEXAS. Councilmember Smith seconded the motion. AYES: MAYOR GOODSON,MAYOR PRO TEM BEAULIEU, COUNCILMEMBERS SMITH, AMES, SAMUEL AND PATTERSON NAYS: NONE MOTION PASSED WORKSESSION: Discuss the Preliminary 2007 HUD Consolidated Grant Program Budget Chris Boone, Development Services Manager discussed the Preliminary 2007 HUD Consolidated Grant Program that deals with Housing, Clearance and Demolition, Public Facility & Improvement, Public Services, Emergency Shelter Set-Aside, Administrative Fees, Revolving Funds and the Affordable Housing Program. 10. PUBLIC HEARING: Receive comments on the Preliminary 2007 HUD Consolidated Grant Program Budget Open - 2:10 p.m. Joe Lewis P.O. Box 62 Beaumont TX Expressed his concerns regarding spending of the grant money, felt the Jefferson Theatre should be sold and funds used to refurbish or build new homes Closed - 2:13 p.m. Consider approving the Preliminary 2007 HUD Consolidated Grant Program Budget - Resolution 07-064 Administration recommended approving the Preliminary 2007 HUD Consolidated Grant Program Budget. .As mandated by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), City Council has conducted public hearings and work sessions in previous years prior to adopting the City's Annual Action Plan. To date, the Community Development Advisory Committee (CDAC) has held one (1) meeting to discuss and review the process for submitting the 2007 Action Plan Budget recommendations to the City Council. Page 9 of 12 Minutes-March 6,2007 Community Development staff along with other City of Beaumont staff involved with the Consolidated Grant program hosted four(4) Public Hearings to receive public comments relating to the process and activities germane to the 2007 Action Plan and the Five Year Consolidated Plan. Subsequent public hearings and work sessions will follow. The preliminary 2007 budget is comprised of federal allocations of $1,818,982 in Community Development Block Grant funds, $761,380 in HOME funds and $150,000 of estimated program income. Mayor Pro Tern Beaulieu made a motion to APPROVE ORDINANCE 07-064 THAT THE CITY MANAGER HEREBY APPROVES THE PRELIMINARY 2007 HUD CONSOLIDATED GRANT PROGRAM BUDGET. Councilmember Smith seconded the motion. AYES: MAYOR GOODSON, MAYOR PRO TEM BEAULIEU, COUNCILMEMBERS SMITH, AMES, SAMUEL AND PATTERSON NAYS: NONE MOTION PASSED WORKSESSION Review and discuss operations and future plans related to the Sterling Pruitt Activity Center Jim Thompson, Parks and Recreation Director introduced several employees from the Sterling Puritt Activity Center, Ryan Slott, Superintendent, Donald Faulk, Special Events Recreation Leader and Fred Lemell the Activity Center Coordinator. Jim Thompson discussed the reorganization of the staff, the adoption of a new logo for the uniforms, cleaned the interior and exterior of the facility, replaced the exercise equipment and weights in the training room with new commercial grade equipment and replacement of the gym floor. The facility has new hours, offers exercise classes, volleyball, employee basketball, after school programs, water aerobics, bicycle safety classes, swimming lessons and karate. This summer the Center will also offer a life guard training class and new special events. COUNCILMEMBER COMMENTS COUNCILMEMBER SMITH - GREAT TURNOUT AT THE GROUND BREAKING CEREMONY FOR THE CENTRAL PARK COMMUNITY CENTER;AS WELLAS THE CALDER DRAINAGE PROJECT; STAFF DID A GREAT JOB OF INFORMING THE PUBLIC AND ANSWERING THEIR QUESTIONS; ALSO SHOWING THAT THE CITY IS DOING SOMETHING IN ALL AREAS OF THE CITY MAYOR PRO TEM BEAULIEU - NONE Page 10 of 12 Minutes-March B,2007 COUNCILMEMBER AMES - THANKED THE ARCHITECT FOR A GREAT JOB ON THE BUILDING RENDITION AT CENTRAL PARK; GLAD TO SEE THE GREAT TURNOUT; DISCUSSED THE CALDER DRAINAGE PROJECT,WANTED EVERYONE TO KNOW THATTHIS PROJECT WILL BEGIN IN ABOUT 9 MONTHS AND THE PROJECT WILL START AT MAIN ST. COUNCILMEMBER SAMUEL- COMMENDED COUNCILMEMBER PATTERSON ON A JOB WELL DONE; THANKED THE CITY MANAGER FOR ALLOWING THE DEPARTMENT DIRECTORS TO MOVE FORWARD AND BE CREATIVE WITH THEIR IDEAS; ASKED IF LOBAR RD. NEAR HALBOUTY PARK COULD BE REPAIRED COUNCILMEMBER PATTERSON - THANKED EVERYONE THAT TOOK PART IN THE GROUND BREAKING CEREMONY FOR THE CENTRAL PARK COMMUNITY CENTER CITY ATTORNEY COOPER- NONE CITY MANAGER HAYES - NONE MAYOR GOODSON - DISCUSSED THE CALDER DRAINAGE PROJECT,WHICH WILL REMOVE 1,000 HOMES FROM THE FLOOD PLAN THIS WILL BE A GOOD PROJECT FOR THE CITY WITH AN URBAN DESIGN;A UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY TO BRING SOMETHING DIFFERENT TO THE CITY; ALSO GLAD TO HAVE ATTENDED THE POLICE BANQUET Public Comments (Persons are limited to three minutes) Benny Mendoza 5655 S. Kenneth Beaumont TX Thanked Councilmember Patterson for the invitation to the ground breaking for the new Central Park Community Center;thanked Council forthe repairing of lights; inquired about the curve on Royal and Blanchette Bruce Hoffer 2615 Gladys Beaumont TX Would like the City of Beaumont to join in with his soccer team and get the kids more involved; 11th Street and Delaware needs repairs Joe Lewis P.O. Box 62 Beaumont TX 'The dock at Collier's Ferry needs repairing Open session of meeting recessed at 2:55 p.m. Page 11 of 12 Minutes-March 6,2007 EXECUTIVE SESSION Consider matters related to contemplated or pending litigation in accordance with Section 551.071 of the Government Code: William Jenny, et al v City of Beaumont, et al Linda Gay Young v City of Beaumont The City of Beaumont v. International Association of Fire Fighters Claim of Troy Haskin, Jr., a/n/f of Dominisha T. Haskin, A Minor Claim of Gloria Martinez a/n/f of Dalahia Martinex, A Minor Claim of Aurora Hector a/n/f of Ebony Johnson, A Minor Claim of Elizabeth Wrighting a/n/f of Quentaxia Wrighting, a Minor Claim of Umeki Coleman a/n/f of Jonathan Coleman, a Minor Claim of Camille Williams a/n/f of Sade Stevenson, A Minor There bei no action taken in Executive Session, Council adjourned. Audio ape ar a allable upon request in the City Clerk's Office. i c Guy N. Goodson, Mayor ar ��.UMOM��t1 ® U N Tina Broussard, Interim City Clerk JV Page 12 of 12 Minutes-March 6,2007