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MIN APR 03 2007 M I N U T E S - CITY OF BEAUMONT AndreIN 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 April 3,2007 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 April 3,2007, 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 1,2, 9 -12/Consent Agenda Consent Agenda Mayor Goodson called the council meeting to order at 1:30 p.m. Pastor Tony Fitzgerald of South Park Church of Christ gave the invocation. Councilmember Patterson 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 "Fair Housing Month" - April, 2007, Proclamation read by Councilmember Ames; accepted by Johnny Beatty, City of Beaumont Community Development Block Grant Department "Public Health Week"-April 9-13, 2007, Proclamation read by Mayor Pro Tern Beaulieu; accepted by City of Beaumont Health Department representatives "Child Abuse Prevention Month - April, 2007, Proclamation read by Mayor Goodson, accepted by Ms. Lanis McWilliams King, Jefferson County Child Abuse Prevention Coalition, and other representatives from different organizations Presentation by Barbara Otto and Carol Wilson Co-Chairs for the Beaumont Community Partners Children Rainbow Room drive that was conducted by City employees Mayor Goodson read the announcement regarding the Executive Session to be held at the conclusion of the General Business portion of the meeting. Minutes-April 3,2007 Public Comment: Persons may speak on scheduled agenda items 1,2, 9-12/Consent Agenda. John Werner 1 Oakleigh Blvd. Beaumont, TX Item #11: Asked that Council not approve this item to transfer funds from the General Fund's fund balance to the Capital Reserve Fund. CONSENT AGENDA Approval of minutes - Minutes of March 27, 2007 Confirmation of committee appointments - None A) Approve the purchase of uniform jackets for the Police Department - Resolution 07-091 B) Approve a contract for wrecker services utilized by various city departments- Resolution 07-092 C) Authorize the City Manager to join Jefferson County in approving the Reconfiguration Planning Phase Agreement for the 800 Mhz Reconfiguration - Resolution 07-093 D) Amend the City's capitalization policy by which capital assets are defined for financial reporting purposes - Resolution 07-094 E) Authorize the City Manager to approve and execute a Memorandum of Understanding between the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the Beaumont Police Department related to a Safe Streets Task Force - Resolution 07-095 F) Authorize the City Manager to execute all documents necessary, specifically including a License Agreement in order for the Beaumont Police Department to continue to maintain a Police Substation at Conn's - Resolution 07-096 G) Authorize the City Manager to execute all documents necessary, specifically including a License Agreement in order for the Beaumont Police Department to have a Police Substation at 2750 IH-10 - Resolution 07-097 Mayor Pro Tern Beaulieu made a motion to approve the Consent Agenda. Councilmember .Ames seconded the motion. AYES: MAYOR GOODSON,MAYOR PRO TEM BEAULIEU,COUNCILMEMBERS SMITH, AMES, SAMUEL AND PATTERSON NAYS: NONE MOTION PASSED GENERAL BUSINESS Page 2 of 11 Minutes-April 3,2007 1. Consider amending Chapter 14 of the Code of Ordinances related to housing-Ordinance 07-038 Administration recommended approval of the amendments proposed for Chapter 14 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 14, related to housing, 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 Ames moved to ADOPT ORDINANCE 07-038 ENTITLED AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 14, ARTICLE II, SECTION 14-34 OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES AND REPEALING CHAPTER 14,ARTICLE 1,SECTION 14-1 AND ARTICLE V,SECTIONS 14-72 AND 14-79 OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; PROVIDING FOR REPEAL; AND PROVIDING A PENALTY. Councilmember Smith seconded the motion. AYES: MAYOR GOODSON,MAYOR PRO TEM BEAULIEU,COUNCILMEMBERS SMITH, AMES, SAMUEL AND PATTERSON NAYS: NONE MOTION PASSED 2. Consider amending Chapter 16 of the Code of Ordinances related to city libraries - Ordinance 07-039 Administration recommended approval of the amendments proposed for Chapter 16 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 16, related to the city library, 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 07-039 ENTITLED AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 16,SECTION 16-14 AND REPEALING CHAPTER 16,SECTIONS 16- ,4, 16-5, 16-6, 16-7 AND 16-8 OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; PROVIDING FOR REPEAL; AND PROVIDING A PENALTY. Councilmember Samuel seconded the emotion. AYES: MAYOR GOODSON,MAYOR PRO TEM BEAULIEU,COUNCILMEMBERS SMITH, AMES, SAMUEL AND PATTERSON NAYS: NONE Page 3 of 11 Minutes-April 3,2007 MOTION PASSED 3. Consider approving a request for a zone change from RS (Residential Single Family Dwelling) District to NC (Neighborhood Commercial) District or more restrictive district at 3185 Highland - Council deferred this item for one week 4. Consider approving a request for a specific use permit to allow a charter school in a GC- MD (General Commercial-Multiple Family Dwelling) District at 4055 Calder - Ordinance 07-040 Administration recommended approval of a request for a specific use permit to allow a charter school in a GC-MD(General Commercial-Multiple Family Dwelling)District at 4055 Calder. The Cosmos Foundation Inc., dba Harmony Science Academy, has applied for a specific use permit to allow a charter school in a GC-MD (General Commercial-Multiple Family Dwelling) District. The property is located in a former Market Basket store at 4055 Calder. Cosmos Foundation Inc. currently operates nine charter schools in a number of Texas cities. These schools serve approximately 3,400 students with more than 300 staff members. Recently, the State Board of Education granted Harmony a new charter in Beaumont. Harmony's Beaumont campus will serve pre-Kindergarten through grade 12 when it is fully developed. In the first year, grades K-8 will be served with 350 students. The classes will start at 8 a.m. and end at 4 p.m. After school activities, such as tutorials, will last until 5 p.m. At a Joint Public Hearing held March 19, 2007, the Planning Commission voted 5:2:1 to approve a specific use permit to allow a charter school in a GC-MD (General Commercial- Multiple Family Dwelling) District at 4055 Calder. Councilmember Smith made a motion to ADOPT ORDINANCE 07-040 ENTITLEDAN ORDINANCE GRANTING A SPECIFIC USE PERMIT TO ALLOW A CHARTER SCHOOL IN A GC-MD (GENERAL COMMERCIAL-MULTIPLE FAMILY DWELLING)DISTRICT FOR PROPERTY LOCATED AT 4055 CALDER IN THE CITY OF BEAUMONT,JEFFERSON COUNTY,TEXAS. 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 a request for a specific use permit to allow a business office in an RCR (Residential Conservation and Revitalization) District at 2170 Broadway- Ordinance 07- 041 Page 4 of 11 Minutes-April 3,2007 Administration recommended approval of a request for a specific use permit to allow a business office in an RCR (Residential Conservation and Revitalization) District at 2170 Broadway. Marvin and Deborah Atwood have applied for a specific use permit to allow a business office in an RCR (Residential Conservation and Revitalization) District. The property is located at 2170 Broadway. The Atwoods operate several small businesses and would like to use the subject property as a location to house a clerical and communication center for those businesses. The proposed business office would house two persons. No walk-in business would occur. The subject property has been used for commercial purposes for a number of years. At a Joint Public Hearing held March 19, 2007, the Planning Commission voted 8:0 to approve a request for a specific use permit to allow a business office in an RCR (Residential Conservation and Revitalization) District at 2170 Broadway. Mayor Pro Tern Beaulieu made a motion to ADOPT ORDINANCE 07-041 ENTITLED AN ORDINANCE GRANTING A SPECIFIC USE PERMIT TO ALLOW A BUSINESS OFFICE IN AN RCR (RESIDENTIAL CONSERVATION AND REVITALIZATION)DISTRICT FOR PROPERTY LOCATED AT 2170 BROADWAY 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 6. Consider approving a request for a specific use permit to allow a bank in a PUD (Planned Unit Development) District at 6250 Delaware - Ordinance 07-042 The Administration recommended approval of a request for a specific use permit to allow a bank in a PUD (Planned Unit Development)District at 6250 Delaware with a modification to the screening requirement (no 8' screening fence along the north property line). Richard Guseman with Talisman Development Inc. has applied for a specific use permit to allow a bank in a PUD (Planned Unit Development) District. The property is located at 6250 Delaware. In May, 2006, the City Council approved a zone change to PUD for the Stone Manor project on the north side of Delaware. Talisman Development, Inc. plans to initially construct an 8,650 sq. ft. building on the subject property and lease the front 5,650 sq. ft. to Wells Fargo Bank. The remaining 3,000 sq. ft. will be reserved for a future use. At a Joint Public Hearing held March 19, 2007, the Planning Commission voted 8:0 to approve a request for a specific use permit to allow a bank in a PUD (Planned Unit Development) District at 6250 Delaware with a modification to the screening requirement (no 8' screening fence along the north property line). Page 5 of 11 Minutes-April 3,2007 Councilmember Smith made a motion tO ADOPT ORDINANCE 07-042 ENTITLED AN ORDINANCE GRANTING A SPECIFIC USE PERMIT TO ALLOW A BANK IN A PUD (PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT) DISTRICT FOR PROPERTY LOCATED AT 6250 DELAWARE,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 7. Consider approving a request for a specific use permit to allow a food manufacturing processing/warehouse facility in a CBD (Central Business District) at 730 Liberty - Ordinance 07-043 The Administration recommended approval of a request for a specific use permit to allow a food manufacturing processing/warehouse facility in a CBD (Central Business District) at 730 Liberty. Salad Soulmates, Inc. has requested a specific use permit to allow the expansion of a food manufacturing processing/warehouse facility in the Central Business District. The property is located at 730 Liberty. Salad Soulmates, Inc. currently operates a salad dressing manufacturing facility at what was formerly the Quality Cafe. Along with renovating the current building, the company would like to expand its food manufacturing operation to the area behind the existing building. The new building will be a processing/warehouse facility and will encompass approximately 2,500-3,000 sq. ft. The loading area will face Orleans Street. At a Joint Public Hearing held March 19, 2007, the Planning Commission voted 8:0 to approve a request for a specific use permit to allow a food manufacturing processing/warehouse facility in a CBD (Central Business District) at 730 Liberty, subject to the following condition: A) The garbage and recycling bins will be completely screened from view from any street via landscaping and solid wood opaque fencing on a minimum of three sides. Councilmember Samuel made a motion to ADOPT ORDINANCE 07-043 ENTITLED AN ORDINANCE GRANTING A SPECIFIC USE PERMIT TO ALLOW A FOOD MANUFACTURING PROCESSING/WAREHOUSE FACILITY IN A CBD (CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT) FOR PROPERTY LOCATED AT 730 LIBERTY 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 Page 6 of 11 Minutes-April 3,2007 MOTION PASSED 8. Consider approving a request for a specific use permit to allow a private school to teach phlebotomy in an RCR(Residential Conservation and Revitalization)District at 2263 North Street - Ordinance 07-044 The Administration recommended approval of a request for a specific use permit to allow a private school to teach phlebotomy in an RCR (Residential Conservation and Revitalization)District at 2263 North Street with a modification to the landscaping/screening requirements (no additional landscaping or screening requirements along the south, east and west property lines). Pamela Jolivet with the Southeast Texas Phlebotomy Institute is requesting a specific use permit to allow a private school to teach phlebotomy(blood specimen collection). Students will be pre-screened before admission to the school. Daily activities will consist of education pertaining to blood specimen collection with instructor lectures and hands-on- training. The course will be 200 hours of classroom lecture, simulated lab procedures and off- campus clinical internship. Student-to-instructor ratio will be 15-20:1. Hours of operation will be 9 a.m. - 9 p.m., Monday - Friday. At a Joint Public Hearing held March 19, 2007, the Planning Commission voted 8:0 to approve a specific use permit to allow a private school to teach phlebotomy in an RCR (Residential Conservation and Revitalization) District at 2263 North Street with a modification to the landscaping/screening requirements (no additional landscaping or screening requirements along the south, east and west property lines). Councilmember Patterson made a motion to ADOPT ORDINANCE 07-044 ENTITLED AN ORDINANCE GRANTING A SPECIFIC USE PERMIT TO ALLOW A FOOD MANUFACTURING PROCESSING/WAREHOUSE FACILITY IN A CBD (CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT) FOR PROPERTY LOCATED AT 730 LIBERTY 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 Blanchette Street west of 11 th Street - Council deferred this item for one week 10. Consider amending Section 29-38 of the Code of Ordinances establishing fees for Emergency Medical Services - Ordinance 07-045 The administration recommended approval of an ordinance amending Section 29-38 of the Code of Ordinances establishing fees for Emergency Medical Services. Page 7 of 11 Minutes-April 3,2007 City of Beaumont Emergency Medical Services (EMS) fees are market driven fees for providing emergency medical services. Each year, Medicare, Medicaid, and the private insurance industry, reviews and revises its allowable fees to address the medical services market. Medicare has changed its fee structure and incorporated itemized medications and supplies into the base fee. Staff recommends that this same procedure be adopted for the City. Such changes allow for billing of specific services and may change periodically; thereby changing the fee structure. Current EMS fees for the City along with comparable rates from Austin, Baytown, Dallas, El Paso, Galveston, Irving, La Porte, Orange County, Plano, San Antonio and Stat Care EMS were given. The proposed rates for the City are in line with rates charged by the other ambulance companies surveyed and incorporate Medicare's latest fee structure. Additional revenue received from Medicare due to the change in fee structure is expected to net approximately $80,000 per year. Councilmember Ames made a motion to ADOPT ORDINANCE 07-045 ENTITLED AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 29, SECTION 29-38, OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF BEAUMONT, TEXAS, ESTABLISHING FEES FOR EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR REPEAL. Mayor Pro Tern Beaulieu seconded the motion. AYES: MAYOR GOODSON, MAYOR PRO TEM BEAULIEU, COUNCILMEMBERS SMITH, AMES, SAMUEL AND PATTERSON NAYS: NONE MOTION PASSED 11. Consider amending the FY 2007 Budget to transfer funds from the General Fund's fund balance to the Capital Reserve Fund - Ordinance 07-046 Administration recommended that Council amends the FY 2007 Budget by transferring$4 Million from the fund balance in the General Fund to the Capital Reserve Fund for community facility enhancements throughout the city. By the end of Fiscal Year 2007, the fund balance in the General Fund is projected to be .approximately$22 Million. The Capital Reserve Fund is used for facility improvements as well as vehicle and equipment purchases. Transferring $4 Million from the General Fund to Capital Reserve will allow the City to use cash instead of long-term financing to fund enhancements to facilities throughout the City that will improve the quality of life for the Citizens of Beaumont without incurring interest costs. Projects Estimated Cost New community center at Tyrrell Park $ 950,000 Lighting and entranceway improvements at Tyrrell Park 100,000 New community center at Rogers Park 750,000 [Lighting and parking lot improvements at Rogers Park 200,000 New community center in North End 750,000 Page 8 of 11 Minutes-April 3,2007 Replacement of the gym floor at the Sterling Pruitt Activity 300,000 Center Replacement of the tennis court removed at Caldwood 100,000 Park Total $ 3,150,000 By the end of Fiscal Year 2007, fund balance in the General Fund is projected to be approximately $22 Million. After making the recommended $4 Million transfer, the remaining fund balance will be approximately$18 Million. This is a healthy fund balance for the General Fund providing reserves for future unforeseen items and occurrences. The Capital Reserve Fund will recognize a Transfer-In of$4 Million that will be allocated to the projects listed above. Mayor Pro Tern Beaulieu made a motion to ADOPT ORDINANCE 07-046 ENTITLED AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE FISCAL BUDGET OF THE CITY OF BEAUMONT FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 2007 TO TRANSFER$4 MILLION FORM THE FUND BALANCE OF THE GENERAL FUND TO THE CAPITAL RESERVE FUND; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR REPEAL. Councilmember Smith seconded the motion. AYES: MAYOR GOODSON, MAYOR PRO TEM BEAULIEU,COUNCILMEMBERS SMITH, AMES,SAMUEL AND PATTERSON NAYS: NONE MOTION PASSED 12. Consider approving a contract for the construction of the Consolidated Dispatch and Emergency Operations Center- Resolution 07-098 Administration recommends that a contract be awarded to N & T Construction in the amount of$2,434,000 and execute Change Order No. 1 for a deduction in the amount of $7,680. Five bids were received for furnishing all labor, material, equipment and supplies for the renovation of the 2n, floor in the Municipal Court Building to house the new Consolidated Dispatch and Emergency Operations Center (EOC). The new center, designed by Milton Bell Architects, includes a state of the art dispatch center and EOC command center. Renovations include conference rooms,offices,secure computer, telephone, radio communication rooms, a kitchen and staff lounge, media room, storage, restrooms with showers and lockers, and additional rooms that can be converted to dormitories for emergency personnel. A permanently installed natural gas generator for providing backup electrical power is also included in this renovation. The state of the art dispatch center includes overhead monitors for police dispatching. Large screen monitors enable dispatchers to locate officers closest to an event through GPS mapping which will be displayed continuously in the dispatch center. Page 9 of 1 Minutes-April 3,2007 This project includes upgrading elevators and exterior windows. None of the passenger elevators are operational. This bid includes refurbishing one passenger elevator and the freight elevator. The 2nd floor windows are original to the building. They are not rated for windstorm nor are they energy efficient. They will be replaced with a windstorm certified window system. The building and parking lot will be secured by a card reader security access system with limited access to the building and 2nd floor operations center. Change Order No. 1 reflects a deduction of $7,680 due to a discount offered by the elevator subcontractor. The subcontractor is the City's contracted elevator maintenance provider and a volume discount was provided due to the number of elevators already in service with the subcontractor. The net cost after the execution of Change Order No. 1 is $2,426,320. Work is expected to commence by May 1 and be completed within 300 days. N & T Construction is a certified MBE company. Funding is available in the Capital Programs Fund. Councilmember Samuel made a motion to APPROVE RESOLUTION 07-098 THAT THE BID SUBMITTED BY N &T CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, BEAUMONT,TEXAS, FOR A CONTRACT FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE CONSOLIDATED DISPATCH AND EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER IN THE AMOUNT OF $2,434,000 AND THAT THE CITY MANAGER BE AND HE IS HEREBY AUTHORIZED TO EXECUTE CHANGE ORDER NO. 1 REDUCING THE CONTRACT AMOUNT BY $7,680 FOR A TOTAL CONTRACT AMOUNT OF$2,426,320 BE ACCEPTED BY THE CITY OFBEAUMONT. Councilmember Ames seconded the motion. AYES: MAYOR GOODSON, MAYOR PRO TEM BEAULIEU,COUNCILMEMBERS SMITH, AMES, SAMUEL AND PATTERSON NAYS: NONE MOTION PASSED COUNCILMEMBER COMMENTS COUNCILMEMBER SMITH - NONE MAYOR PRO TEM BEAULIEU - THANKED EVERYONE FOR TAKING CARE OF THE CHILDREN IN NEED;CONGRATULATED GEORGINE GUILLORY,THEAKA SORORITY AND, THE ALPHA FRATERNITY FOR THE CANDIDATE FORUM; AS WELL AS THE ATTENDANCE BY THE CANDIDATES AND CITIZENS COUNCILMEMBER AMES - NONE COUNCILMEMBER COKINOS - NONE Page 10 of 11 Minutes-April 3,2007 COUNCILMEMBER SAMUEL - INFORMED COUNCIL THAT THE JULIE ROGERS INSPIRE ENCOURAGE ACHIEVE (IEA) PROGRAM IS IN NEED OF MENTORS IF ANYONE IS INTERESTED COUNCILMEMBER PATTERSON - COMMENDED THE AKA SORORITY AND THE ALPHA FRATERNITY FOR THE CANDIDATE FORUM;COMMENDED AND THANKED EVERYONE PRESENT IN THE MEETING TODAY THAT HELPED OUR CITIZENS IN THE COMMUNITY CELEBRATING PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT AND CHILD ABUSE AND PREVENTION; CONGRATULATED JOHNNY BEATTY ON THE WORK THAT HE AND HIS STAFF HAVE DONE ON THE HOUSING COALITION CITY ATTORNEY COOPER- NONE CITY MANAGER HAYES - NONE MAYOR GOODSON - ANNOUNCED THE ANNUAL FILL THE BOOT CAMPAIGN WITH THE FIRE FIGHTERS WHICH WILL KICK OFF ON THURSDAY APRIL 5, 2007 FOR MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY Public Comments (Persons are limited to three minutes) Colburn McClelland 200 W. Caldwood Beaumont TX Asked for help with the traffic in the Caldwood neighborhood Open session of meeting recessed at 2:48 p.m. EXECUTIVE SESSION Consider matters related to contemplated or pending litigation in accordance with Section 551.071 of the Government Code: The City of Beaumont v. International Association of Firefighters There being no action taken in Executive Session, Council adjourned. Audio tape re ava. ble upon request in the City Clerk's Office. � P'UMO� 1 Guy N: Goodson, Mayor �ac ,V, I ; w X Tina Broussard, Interim City Clerk /o� 0 Page 11 of 11 �\tom®� Minutes-April 3,2007