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MIN OCT 09 2007 M I N U T E S - CITY OF BEAUMONT W.L. Pate, Jr., At-Large BECKY AMES, MAYOR Gethrel Williams-Wright, At-Large Dr. Alan B. Coleman, Ward I CITY COUNCIL MEETING Nancy Beaulieu, Ward II Audwin Samuel, Mayor Pro Tem,Ward III October 9, 2007 Jamie Smith, Ward IV Tyrone E-. Cooper, City Attorney Kyle Hayes, City Manager Tina Broussard, City Clerk The City Council of the City of Beaumont, Texas, met in a regular session on October9,2007 atthe 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 Ames called the council meeting to order at 1:30 p.m. Pastor Wanda Bess of McCabe Roberts Avenue United Methodist Church gave the invocation. Councilmember Beaulieu led the Pledge of Allegiance. Roll call was made by Tina Broussard, City Clerk. Present at the meeting were Mayor Ames, Mayor Pro Tern Samuel, Councilmembers Coleman, Beaulieu, Wright, Pate and Smith. Absent: Kyles Hayes, City Manager. Also present were Tyrone Cooper, City Attorney; Tina Broussard, City Clerk. Proclamations, Presentations, Recognitions "Domestic Violence Awareness Month" - October, 2004 - Proclamation read by Councilmember Wright; accepted by Misty Craver, Jefferson County Victims Assistance Center "National 4-H Week" - October 4 - 7, 2007 - Proclamation read by Councilmember W.L. Pate ; accepted by the 4-H Youth "YMBL South Texas State Fair Days"-October 11-21, 2007-Proclamation read by Mayor Ames; accepted by Don Thompson and members of the YMBL Public; Comment: Persons may speak on scheduled agenda items 1-9/Consent Agenda. Lynn Castle 500 Main Street Beaumont TX Item #4 - Request that Council approve the one year contract with the Art Museum of Southeast Texas Minutes-October 9,2007 Tom Bell 105522"d Street Beaumont TX Item #5 - Request that Council approve the one year contract with Beaumont Main Street Mayor Ames read the announcement regarding the Executive Session to be held at the conclusion of the General Business portion of the meeting. CONSENT AGENDA Approval of minutes - Minutes of October 2, 2007 Confirmation of committee appointments - Resolution 07- 310 Allen Perkins would be appointed to the Convention and Tourism Advisory Board. The term would commence October 9,2007 and expire October 8, 2009. (Councilmember W. L. Pate, Jr.) Wayne Dasilva would be appointed to the Convention and Tourism Advisory Board. The term would commence October 9, 2007 and expire October 8, 2009. (Councilmember W. L. Pate, Jr.) Antoinette Hardy would be reappointed to the Civil Service Commission. The current term would expire October 4, 2010. (Kyle Hayes, City Manager) Pauline Mouton would be appointed as Vice Chairman of the Martin Luther King,Jr. Parkway Commission. The term would commence October 9, 2007 and expire October 8, 2008. (Mayor Becky Ames) David Robinson would be reappointed to the Martin Luther King, Jr. Parkway Commission. The current term would expire November 27, 2008. (Mayor Becky Ames) Dr.Ware Petznick would be reappointed to the Historic Landmark Commission. The current term would expire September 9, 2009. (Mayor Becky Ames) Dale Hallmark would be reappointed to the Historic Landmark Commission. The current term would expire August 18, 2009. (Mayor Becky Ames) A) Approve a Change Order for the 911 Operations Center - Resolution 07- 311 B) Authorize the acquisition of four(4)properties in the Van Wormer Addition for the Downtown Event Center and Lake Park - Resolution 07- 312 C) Authorize the City Manager to execute an agreement for the installation, maintenance and replacement of the Purple Heart Memorial Bridge signs - Resolution 07- 313 D) Authorize the City Manager to execute a Named Marker or Memorial Marker Highway Sign Agreement with the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) - Resolution 07- 314 Page 2 of 12 Minutes-October 9,2007 E) Approve the waiver of penalty and interest on one tax account processed by the Jefferson County Tax Assessor-Collector's Office - Resolution 07- 315 F) Approve acceptance of a Loan Star Libraries grant from the Texas State Library - Resolution 07- 316 G) Authorize the City Manager to execute all documents necessary to continue funding for services of a medical consultant to the Tuberculosis Elimination Division - Resolution 07- 317 H) Authorize the acceptance of two(2)exclusive water line easements for fire hydrants located at Interstate 10 and Cardinal Drive - Resolution 07- 318 Mayor Pro Tern Samuel made a motion to approve the Consent Agenda. Councilmember Beaulieu seconded the motion. AYES: MAYOR AMES, MAYOR PRO TEM SAMUEL, COUNCILMEMBERS COLEMAN, BEAULIEU, WRIGHT, PATE AND SMITH NAYS: NONE MOTION PASSED GENERAL BUSINESS 1. Consider authorizing the City Manager to execute a Memorandum of Geophysical Option Agreement, Geophysical Option Agreement and a Oil, Gas and Mineral Lease for 500 acres of land, Tyrrell Park, in the Samuel Stivers Survey. Administration recommended Council authorize the City Manager to execute a Memorandum of Geophysical Option Agreement, Geophysical Option Agreement and a Oil, Gas and Mineral Lease with Samson Lone Star, LLC. of Tulsa Oklahoma,for 500 acres of land,Tyrrell Park, in the Samuel Stivers Survey. Samson Lone Star, LLC. is planning to conduct a seismic survey project that includes the property on which Tyrrell Park is located. The Memorandum of Geophysical Option Agreement will serve to evidence the existence of an Oil and Gas Lease and is recorded in lieu of filing the Oil and Gas Lease for record in the Official Records of Jefferson County. The Memorandum is filed so as to avoid unduly encumbering such records and to give notice to third parties dealing with Lessor or Lessee or with the leased lands. The Geophysical Option Agreement is for a term of eighteen months with a $350 per net mineral acre bonus, if the lease is exercised, and a rental payment of$100 per net mineral acre. Additionally, if any oil and condensate or other liquid hydrocarbons produces at the well or at an oil and gas separator the City will receive a twenty-five(25)percent royalty payment. Page 3 of 12 Minutes-October 9,2007 As a condition of the transfer of the property and mineral rights to the City, from the W.C. Tyrrell Trust, any revenue received from oil, gas and mineral leases within the boundaries of the park must dedicated equally to the maintenance, repair, or improvement of Tyrrell Park and the Tyrrell Historical Library. The application of such revenue will be in addition and not in lieu of the amounts normally budgeted by the City for maintenance, repair or improvement of these two facilities. Submitted with the leases was a bank draft in the amount of$50,000 for the rental payment. If the lease is exercised the City will receive and additional payment of $175,000. Councilmember Beaulieu made a motion APPROVE A RESOLUTION THAT THE CITY MANAGER BE AND HE IS HEREBY AUTHORIZED TO EXECUTE A MEMORANDUM OF GEOPHYSICAL OPTION AGREEMENT,A GEOPHYSICAL OPTION AGREEMENT AND AN OIL,GAS AND MINERAL LEASE, WITH SAMSON LONE STAR, LLC, OF TULSA, OKLAHOMA, FOR 500 ACRES OF LAND,TYRRELL PARK, IN THE SAMUEL STIVERS SURVEY. Councilmember Coleman seconded the motion. AYES: MAYOR AMES, MAYOR PRO TEM SAMUEL, COUNCILMEMBERS COLEMAN, BEAULIEU, WRIGHT, PATE AND SMITH NAYS: NONE MOTION PASSED Resolution 07- 319 2. Consider approving a contract for the Cathedral Square Brick Pavers Sidewalk Project located at Neches Street, Wall Street and Forsythe Street. Administration recommended awarding the contract for the Cathedral Square Brick Pavers Sidewalk Project(Neches Street,Wall Street and Forsythe Street)to Brystar Contracting in the amount $355,049.00. On September 27, 2007, the City of Beaumont received two (2) bids for the Cathedral Square Brick Pavers Sidewalk Project(Neches Street,Wall Street and Forsythe Street). The lowest bid was submitted by Brystar Contracting in the amount of $355,049.00. The estimated cost of the project prior to receipt of the bid was $350,000.00. The MBE goal will be met through subcontracts with Wholesale Electric, Crabtree Barricade, All American Construction Supply and Rural Pipe and Supply in the amount of$58,000.00 representing 16.35% of the contract amount. Funds are available through the Capital Program. Councilmember Smith made a motion to APPROVE A RESOLUTION THAT THE BID SUBMITTED BY BRYSTAR CONTRACTING OF BEAUMONT, TEXAS, FOR A CONTRACT FOR THE CATHEDRAL SQUARE BRICK PAVERS SIDEWALK PROJECT (NECHES STREET, WALL STREET AND FORSYTHE STREET) IN THE AMOUNT OF $335,049.00 BE ACCEPTED BY THE CITY OF BEAUMONT. Councilmember Pate seconded the motion. Page 4 of 12 Minutes-October 9,2007 AYES: MAYOR AMES, MAYOR PRO TEM SAMUEL, COUNCILMEMBERS COLEMAN, BEAULIEU, PATE, AND SMITH NAYS: NONE MOTION PASSED Resolution 07- 327 3. Consider approving a resolution accepting an easement from Drainage District No. 6 for the Gulf Terrace Detention Facility Hike and Bike Trail. Administration recommended Council approve a resolution accepting an easement for Drainage District No. 6 for the Gulf Terrace Detention Facility Hike and Bike Trail. The proposed hike and bike trail will be constructed on the Drainage District No. 6 (DD#6) Gulf Terrace Detention Facility located on Phelan Boulevard east of Keith Road. The recreational trail will traverse around the detention facility on Phelan Boulevard, extend along a drainage outfall easement and end at the drainage detention pond on Dishman Road. Total length of the trail is approximately 2.5 miles. Parking facilities will be provided at the Phelan Boulevard entrance to the trail. The easement, which also includes the parking area, is required in order for the City to construct and maintain the trail on DD#6 property. Councilmember Wright made a motion to APPROVE A RESOLUTION THAT THE EASEMENT CONVEYED BY JEFFERSON COUNTY DRAINAGE DISTRICT NO. 6 BE ACCEPTED FOR THE AFORESTATED PURPOSE. Councilmember Beaulieu seconded the motion. AYES: MAYOR AMES, MAYOR PRO TEM SAMUEL, COUNCILMEMBERS COLEMAN, BEAULIEU, WRIGHT, PATE AND SMITH NAYS: NONE MOTION PASSED Resolution 07- 325 4. Consider approving a one year contract with the Art Museum of Southeast Texas. Administration recommended funding the Art Museum of Southeast Texas (AMSET) $188,000 for FY 2008 from Hotel Occupancy Tax and General Funds. The City of Beaumont(City) and AMSET entered into a lease agreement on December 30, 1986 whereby the City and AMSET agreed to a 99-year lease on the land and building to be used as an art museum. The City supports AMSET with annual allocations and garbage removal. In return AMSET is open to the general public and strives to provide programs and services to the entire community. Approximately 60,000 children and adults participate in Art Page 5 of 12 Minutes-October 9,2007 Museum activities each year. The City may utilize a portion of its revenue derived from the hotel-motel occupancy tax to promote the arts. Funds are available in the FY 2008 budget with$63,000 funded through the Hotel Occupancy Tax Fund and $125, 000 funded by the General Fund. Councilmember Coleman made a motion to APPROVE A RESOLUTION THAT THE CITY MANAGER BE AND HE IS HEREBY AUTHORIZED TO EXECUTE A ONE-YEAR CONTRACT BETWEEN THE ART MUSEUM OF SOUTHEAST TEXAS (AMSET) AND THE CITY OF BEAUMONT IN THE AMOUNT OF $188,000 FOR FY 08. Councilmember Smith seconded the motion. AYES: MAYOR AMES, MAYOR PRO TEM SAMUEL, COUNCILMEMBERS COLEMAN, BEAULIEU, WRIGHT, PATE AND SMITH NAYS: NONE MOTION PASSED Resolution 07- 320 5. Consider approving a one year contract with the Southeast Texas Arts Council (SETAC). Administration recommended funding the Southeast Texas Arts Council $105,000 for FY 2008 from the Hotel Occupancy Tax Fund. The City is entitled to utilize revenues derived from the hotel-motel occupancy tax to promote the arts. The City contracts with SETAC to utilize 75%of its contract payment for production of the magazine "Off Ramp" highlighting local events and "Tear Off' Attraction Maps for distribution to hotels, as well as other programs and exhibitions that bring artists to the area and promote the rich musical heritage of the area. The remaining 25% is used for operating expenses. Funds are available in the Hotel Occupancy Tax Fund. Councilmember Pate made a motion to APPROVE A RESOLUTION THAT THE CITY MANAGER BE AND HE IS HEREBY AUTHORIZED TO EXECUTE A ONE-YEAR CONTRACT BETWEEN THE SOUTHEAST TEXAS ARTS COUNCIL (SETAC)AND THE CITY OF BEAUMONT IN THE AMOUNT OF $105,000 FOR FY 08. Councilmember Beaulieu seconded the motion. AYES: MAYOR AMES, MAYOR PRO TEM SAMUEL, COUNCILMEMBERS COLEMAN, BEAULIEU, WRIGHT, PATE AND SMITH NAYS: NONE MOTION PASSED Resolution 07- 324 Page 6 of 12 Minutes-October 9,2007 6. Consider approving a one year contract with the Texas Energy Museum. Administration recommended funding the Texas Energy Museum,$95,000,for FY 2008 form the Hotel Occupancy Tax Fund. The City is entitled to utilize revenues derived from the hotel-motel occupancy tax for historic preservation and the promotion of tourism. The Texas Energy Museum meets the above criteria by highlighting the history, along with current developments, of the oil industry in the Southeast Texas region. Funds are available in the Hotel Occupancy Tax Fund. Councilmember Smith made a motion to APPROVE A RESOLUTION THAT THE CITY MANAGER BE AND HE IS HEREBY AUTHORIZED TO EXECUTE A ONE-YEAR CONTRACT BETWEEN THE TEXAS ENERGY MUSEUM AND THE CITY OF BEAUMONT IN THE AMOUNT OF $95,000 FOR FY 08. Councilmember Pate seconded the motion. AYES: MAYOR AMES, MAYOR PRO TEM SAMUEL, COUNCILMEMBERS COLEMAN, BEAULIEU, WRIGHT, PATE AND SMITH NAYS: NONE MOTION PASSED Resolution 07- 323 7. Consider approving a one year contract with BUILD, Inc., Beaumont Main Street for downtown economic development purposes. Administration recommended funding BUILD, Inc., Beaumont Main Street $75,000 for FY 2008 from the General Fund. The Beaumont Main Street program has established a partnership between public and private sectors that is dedicated to the revitalization of Beaumont's historic Central Business District. The annual contribution from the City will be matched with other local funds and used to promote downtown business development and retention. Funds are available in the General Fund. Councilmember Beaulieu made a motion to APPROVE A RESOLUTION THAT THE CITY MANAGER BE AND HE IS HEREBY AUTHORIZED TO EXECUTE A ONE-YEAR CONTRACT BETWEEN BUILD, INC., AND THE CITY OF BEAUMONT IN THE AMOUNT OF $75,000 FOR FY 08. Councilmember Pate seconded the motion. AYES: MAYOR AMES, MAYOR PRO TEM SAMUEL, COUNCILMEMBERS COLEMAN, BEAULIEU, WRIGHT, PATE AND SMITH NAYS: NONE Page 7 of 12 Minutes-October 9,2007 MOTION PASSED Resolution 07- 321 8. Consider approving a one year contract with the Beaumont Heritage Society/John Jay French Museum. Administration recommended funding the Beaumont Heritage Society/John Jay French Museum $ 47,000 for FY 2008 from the Hotel Occupancy Tax Fund. The City is entitled to utilize revenues derived from the hotel-motel occupancy tax for historic preservation and the promotion of tourism. John J. French, an early settler in Beaumont, built the Greek Revival home which has been faithfully restored;the home contains furniture and fixtures from the mid 19th century and is a tourist attraction for our city. Funds are available in the Hotel Occupancy Tax Fund. Councilmember Coleman made a motion to APPROVE A RESOLUTION THAT THE CITY MANAGER BE AND HE IS HEREBY AUTHORIZED TO EXECUTE A ONE-YEAR CONTRACT BETWEEN THE BEAUMONT HERITAGE SOCIETY/JOHN JAY FRENCH MUSEUM AND THE CITY OF BEAUMONT IN THE AMOUNT OF $47,000 FOR FY 08. Councilmember Beaulieu seconded the motion. AYES: MAYOR AMES, MAYOR PRO TEM SAMUEL, COUNCILMEMBERS COLEMAN, BEAULIEU, WRIGHT, PATE AND SMITH NAYS: NONE MOTION PASSED Resolution 07- 322 9. Consider approving a payment to Advanced Systems Alarm Services for the fire alarm system in the Julie Rogers Theatre. Administration recommended approval of a payment to Advanced Systems Alarm Services in the amount of$55,207.50. The fire alarm system in the Julie Rogers Theatre was damaged by Hurricane Rita and the subsequent remediation. The system's components had to be replaced during the Theatre's renovation. The extensive fire alarm system was originally installed in 2003 at a cost of $75,000. The City currently has a contract with Advanced Systems Alarm Services for alarm monitoring and repair service. The hourly labor contract price is $65.00 per hour. The final cost of repairs including new components requires Council approval for payment. Page 8 of 12 Minutes-October 9 2007 Funds forth is payment are included in the insurance settlement for the Julie Rogers Theatre. Councilmember Pate made a motion to APPROVE A RESOLUTION THAT THE CITY COUNCIL HEREBY APPROVES THE PAYMENT OF AN INVOICE IN THE AMOUNT OF$55,207.50 TO ADVANCED SYSTEMS ALARM SERVICES FOR THE REPAIR TO THE FIRE ALARM SYSTEM IN THE JULIE ROGERS THEATRE. Councilmember Smith seconded the motion. AYES: MAYOR AMES, MAYOR PRO TEM SAMUEL, COUNCILMEMBERS COLEMAN, BEAULIEU, WRIGHT, PATE AND SMITH NAYS: NONE MOTION PASSED Resolution 07- 326 PUBLIC HEARING: Receive comments and requests relating to six month extensions for occupying FEMA or travel trailers. Public hearing convened at 2:05 p.m. Geraldine Jenkins Cooper 3235 Waverly St. Beaumont TX Requested a six month extension Leo Boudreaux 6035 Fannett Rd. Beaumont TX Requested a six month extension Public hearing closed at 2:07 p.m. 10. Consider approving an ordinance allowing for a six month extension for occupying a FEMA ortravel trailer at 3235 Waverly, 2280 Blanchette,4220 Usan, 6035 Fannett, 2915 Edmonds and denying an extension at 9750 Faggard,4189 Sullivan, 3415 Washington, 1345 Emma, 7090 Phelan Administration recommended the following approvals and denials for a six month extension for occupying a FEMA or travel trailer: Approvals Denials 3235 Waverly Geraldine Cooper 3415 Washington Elwood Nixon 4220 Usan Mary Williams 1345 Emma Joe Mikesic 6035 Fannett Leo Boudreaux 7090 Phelan Wesley Owens 2915 Edmonds Marie Wiltz 9750 Faggard Tonia Champagne 4189 Sullivan Angela Howard 2280 Blanchette Roberto Torres Page 9 of 12 Minutes-October 9,2007 On August 21, 2007, City Council approved an ordinance allowing any homeowner that needs to occupy a travel trailer while Hurricane Rita repairs are being made to their home can do so until October 20, 2007. Anyone needing additional time to repair or rebuild their homes must apply to City Council for a six month extension. In determining eligibility for a six month extension, an applicant must prove one of three criteria: 1. Actively working on home 2. Applied for Disaster Recovery 3. In litigation with insurance carrier. The Planning Manager recommended approval of the seven listed based upon the fact that each one met at least one of the three criteria. The Planning Manager recommended denial of Elwood Nixon's request because his house was remodeled by the Rita Recovery Program; Joe Mikesic's request because he applied for and did not qualify for the Hurricane Rita Disaster Recovery Program; and Wesley Owens' request because he did not qualify for Red Cross funding. Councilmember Pate made a motion to ADOPT AN ORDINANCE ENTITLED AN ORDINANCE EXTENDING FOR A PERIOD OF SIX (6) MONTHS THE PARKING, USE AND OCCUPANCY OF RECREATIONAL VEHICLES OR TRAVEL TRAILERS AS TEMPORARY LIVING QUARTERS ON RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY LOCATED AT 3235 WAVERLY, 4220 USAN, 6035 FANNETT, 2915 EDMONDS, 9750 FAGGARD, 4189 SULLIVAN AND 2280 BLANCHETTE DURING THE PERIOD OF REPAIR OR RECONSTRUCTION OF DAMAGE TO PROPERTY CAUSED BY HURRICANE RITA AND DENYING SAID EXTENSION FOR PROPERTY LOCATED AT 3415 WASHINGTON, 1345 EMMA AND 7090 PHELAN; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING A PENALTY. Councilmember Beaulieu seconded the motion. AYES: MAYOR AMES, MAYOR PRO TEM SAMUEL, COUNCILMEMBERS COLEMAN, BEAULIEU, WRIGHT, PATE AND SMITH NAYS: NONE MOTION PASSED Ordinance 07- 106 COMMENTS Councilmembers/City Manager comment on various matters Public Comment (Persons are limited to 3 minutes) COUNCILMEMBER COMMENTS COUNCILMEMBER COLEMAN- COMMENTED THAT HE ATTENDED THE OLD NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION MEETING THANKED THE CITIZENS FOR THEIR PARTICIPATION,THANKED YMBL WISHED THEM LUCK AND ENCOURAGED EVERYONE TO ATTEND THE STATE FAIR Page 10 of'12 Minutes-October 9,2007 COUNCILMEMBER BEAULIEU - ENCOURAGED EVERYONE TO ATTEND THE STATE FAIR, CONGRATULATED THE YOUNG LADIES WITH THE 4-H GROUP, SUGGESTED TO COUNCIL AND STAFF THAT THEY INVITE THE MUNICIPAL COURT JUDGES TO AN EXECUTIVE SESSION REGARDING THE ORDINANCE ADOPTING THE LOCAL RULES OF THE BEAUMONT MUNICIPAL COURT COUNCILMEMBER WRIGHT - COMMENTED ON THE OPENING OF THE CONVENTION AND VISITORS BUREAU CENTER COUNCILMEMBER PATE - ENCOURAGED EVERYONE TO VISIT THE NEW CONVENTION AND VISITORS BUREAU AT 500 WILLOW ST., ENCOURAGED EVERYONE TO ATTEND THE YMBL STATE FAIR, ALSO ANNOUNCED THAT GIRLS HAVEN WILL BE CELEBRATING THEIR 13TH ANNUAL GUMBO COOK OFF ON SATURDAY OCTOBER 13, 2007 MAYOR PRO TEM SAMUEL - NONE COUNCILMEMBER SMITH - ATTENDED THE GUMBO COOK OFF AT BLESSED SACRAMENT CHURCH ON SATURDAY, ENCOURAGED EVERYONE TO ATTEND THE YMBL STATE FAIR, ALSO FAREWELL TO MAX DUPLANT CITY ATTORNEY COOPER - STATED THAT THE ARTS, HISTORIC AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PARTNERS RENDER ATREMENDOUS SERVICE TO OUR CITY AND COMMENDED THEM IN ADDITION TO THE MONEY THAT THE CITY HAS BUDGETED THEM CITY MANAGER HAYES - ABSENT MAYOR AMES - STATED THAT THE CITY IS LUCKY TO BE ABLE TO FUND SO MANY PROGRAMS THROUGH THE HOTEL OCCUPANCY TAX FUND,COMMENTED ON THE NEW CONVENTION AND VISITORS BUREAU AS WELL AS THE GREAT LOCATION, ENCOURAGED EVERYONE TO SUPPORT THE YMBL STATE FAIR, FAREWELL TO MAX DUPLANT Public Comments (Persons are limited to three minutes) Brenda Gilbert 10745 Johnson Road Beaumont TX Asked questions regarding the Gilbert Building Open session of meeting recessed at 2:18 p.m. Page 11 of 12 Minutes-October 9,2007 EXECUTIVE SESSION Consider matters related to contemplated or pending litigation in accordance with Section 551.071 of the Government Code: Claim of Louis Bryant a/n/f of Precious Bryant, a minor Claim of April Harrison a/n/f of Aaron Harrison, a minor Claim of Toby Springer There being no action taken in Executive Session, Council adjourned. Audio tapes are available upon request in the City Clerk's Office. B ky A Mayor i� P' UIViO,����� 0 "n Tina Broussard, City Clerk s ;JN Page 12 of 12 Minutes-October 9,2007