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MIN JUN 04 2019BEAUMONT T E X A S M I N U T E S- CITY OF BEAUMONT W.L. Pate, Jr., At -Large BECKY AMES, MAYOR Randy Feldschau, At -Large Virginia H. Jordan, Ward I CITY COUNCIL MEETING Michael D. Getz, Ward 11 Audwin Samuel, Ward III JUNE 4, 2019 Robin Mouton, Mayor Pro Tem 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 in strict compliance with the Texas Open Meetings Act, Texas Government Code, Chapter 551 on June 4, 2019, 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 * Presentation and Recognition Public Comment: Persons may speak on scheduled agenda item No. 1/Consent Agenda Consent Agenda Mayor Ames called the council meeting to order at 1:30 p.m. Pastor Andrew Wilson with Trinity Church gave the invocation and led the Pledge of Allegiance. Roll call was made by Tina Broussard, City Clerk. Present at the meeting were Mayor Ames, Mayor Pro Tem Mouton, Councilmembers Jordan, Getz, Feldschau, Pate and Samuel. Also present were Kyle Hayes, City Manager; Tyrone Cooper, City Attorney; Tina Broussard, City Clerk. Proclamations, Presentation, Recognitions None Public Comment: Persons may speak on scheduled agenda items 7-8/Consent Agenda CONSENT AGENDA Approval of minutes — May 21, 2019 Confirmation of board and commission member appointments — None A) Authorize the City Manager to execute all documents necessary to apply for and accept grant funding for the continuation of the SETX Auto Theft Task Force — Resolution 19-108 Minutes — June 4, 2019 B) Approve a contract with Brenntag Southwest, Inc. of Lancaster for the purchase of liquid chlorine for use in the Water Utilities Department — Resolution 19-109 C) Approve a resolution accepting the final report of the Beaumont Municipal Airport Development Plan Update — Resolution 19-110 D) Authorize the City Manager to sign an Interlocal Agreement with the South East Texas Regional Planning Commission related to emergency notifications — Resolution 19-111 Councilmember Pate move to approve the Consent Agenda. Councilmember Jordan second the motion. AYES: MAYOR AMES, MAYOR PRO TEM MOUTON, COUNCILMEMBERS JORDAN, GETZ, FELDSCHAU, PATE AND SAMUEL NAYS: NONE MOTION PASSED GENERAL BUSINESS 1. Consider a request for a Rezoning from RM -H (Residential Multiple Family Dwelling -Highest Density) to RS (Residential Single -Family Dwelling) for property located south of 9195 Dishman Road. A. Huston Properties, L.L.C., is requesting a rezoning of Lots 14 thru 23, Block 24, The Meadows, Phase 3, as well as a drainage easement and Tract 106, A. Huston League Survey, located south of 9195 Dishman Road. The Meadows, Phase 3, recently completed construction and was filed for record. As plans were submitted for the development of these newly platted lots, builders quickly became aware that those lots in RM -H (Residential Multiple Family Dwelling -Highest Density) zoning, were not entitled to the same reduced setback exceptions as those in RS (Residential Single -Family Dwelling) zoning. This rezoning is intended to address that issue and provide consistent zoning for the entire Meadows residential subdivision. At a Joint Public Hearing held on May 20, 2019, the Planning Commission recommended 7:0 to approve the request for a rezoning from RM -H (Residential Multiple Family Dwelling - Highest Density) to RS (Residential Single -Family Dwelling). Approval of the ordinance. Councilmember Getz moved to ADOPT AN ORDINANCE ENTITLED AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 28 OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF BEAUMONT, TEXAS, AND IN PARTICULAR THE BOUNDARIES OF THE ZONING DISTRICTS, AS INDICATED UPON THE ZONING MAP OF BEAUMONT, TEXAS, BY CHANGING THE ZONING OF PROPERTY PRESENTLY ZONED RM -H (RESIDENTIAL MULTIPLE FAMILY DWELLING -HIGHEST DENSITY DISTRICT FOR PROPERTY LOCATED AT 9195 DISHMAN ROAD, BEAUMONT, JEFFERSON COUNTY, TEXAS; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; PROVIDING FOR REPEAL AND PROVIDING A PENALTY. Councilmember Feldschau seconded the motion. AYES: MAYOR AMES, MAYOR PRO TEM MOUTON, COUNCILMEMBERS JORDAN, GETZ, FELDSCHAU, PATE AND SAMUEL Minutes — June 4, 2019 NAYS: NONE MOTION PASSED Ordinance 19-027 2. Consider a request for a Specific Use Permit to allow a restaurant, retail or professional office space in a GC -MD -2 (General Commercial -Multiple Family Dwelling -2) District located at 460 Threadneedle. Faust Engineering and Surveying, Inc., requested a Specific Use Permit to allow a restaurant, retail space or professional space at 460 Threadneedle. Last month, the rear portion of the property was rezoned from RS (Residential Single -Family Dwelling) to GC -MD - 2 (General Commercial -Multiple Family Dwelling -2) and granted a Specific Use Permit for a donut shop. The proposed construction will contain an additional lease space. A tenant has not yet been secured, but in anticipation, the applicant is seeking approval of these intended uses. The property will have sufficient room for the business, all of the required off street parking and required landscaping as demonstrated on the site plan. At a Joint Public Hearing held on May 20, 2019, the Planning Commission recommended 6:1 to approve the request for a Specific Use Permit to allow retail or professional office space and deny a restaurant in a GC -MD -2 (General Commercial -Multiple Family Dwelling -2) District. Approval of the ordinance with the following condition: 1. Construction plans must meet all requirements by Water Utilities for water and sanitary sewer services, including requirements of the City's pre-treatment program. Mayor Pro Tem Mouton moved to ADOPT AN ORDINANCE ENTITLED AN ORDINANCE GRANTING A SPECIFIC USE PERMIT TO ALLOW A RETAIL SPACE OR PROFESSIONAL OFFICE SPACE AND DENYING A RESTAURANT IN A GC -MD -2 (GENERAL COMMERCIAL -MULTIPLE FAMILY DWELLING -2) DISTRICT AT 460 EAST THREADNEEDLE, WITH THE CONDITIONS, IN THE CITY OF BEAUMONT, JEFFERSON COUNTY, TEXAS. Councilmember Samuel seconded the motion. AYES: MAYOR AMES, MAYOR PRO TEM MOUTON, COUNCILMEMBERS JORDAN, GETZ, FELDSCHAU, PATE AND SAMUEL NAYS: NONE MOTION PASSED Ordinance 19-028 3. Consider a request for a Specific Use Permit to allow an event center in the CBD (Central Business District) located at 434 Fannin Street. Minutes — June 4, 2019 Jayme Broussard Toeppich requested a Specific Use Permit to open an event center.. The proposed venue will be located at 434 Fannin Street with the neighboring property, 595 Park Street, to be utilized for on-site parking for the event venue. The Central Business District zone does not require any on-site parking. The event center will host weddings; receptions and other events of that nature. Mrs. Toeppich also intends for this space to be rented to clients for instructional or meeting space of various professional groups or organizations. All food will be prepared off site in a commercial kitchen and served by license caterers. No l alcohol will be sold by the venue. At a Joint Public Hearing held on May 20, 2019, the Planning Commission recommended 7:0 to approve the request for a Specific Use Permit to allow an event center in the CBD (Central Business District). Approval of the ordinance. Councilmember Samuel moved to ADOPT AN ORDINANCE ENTITLED AN ORDINANCE GRANTING A SPECIFIC USE PERMIT TO ALLOW AN EVENT CENTER IN THE CBD (CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT) AT 434 FANNIN STREET IN THE CITY OF BEAUMONT, JEFFERSON COUNTY, TEXAS. Mayor Pro Tem Mouton seconded the motion. AYES: MAYOR AMES, MAYOR PRO TEM MOUTON, COUNCILMEMBERS JORDAN, GETZ, FELDSCHAU, PATE AND SAMUEL NAYS: NONE MOTION PASSED Ordinance 19-029 4. Consider a request for a Specific Use Permit to allow a multiple -family development in a GC -MD -2 (General Commercial -Multiple Family Dwelling) District located at 7155 Calder Avenue. Zulag Properties, L.L.C., requested a Specific Use Permit for the property located at 7155 Calder Avenue. They are requesting permission to establish a multiple -family dwelling complex in the form of townhomes. These townhomes will be for lease only and will not be available for individual ownership. The complex will consist of sixteen (16) buildings with four (4) townhomes in each building, for a total of sixty-four (64) units. At a Joint Public Hearing held on April 15, 2019, the Planning Commission recommended 7:0 to deny the request for a Specific Use Permit to allow a multiple -family development in a GC -MD -2 (General Commercial -Multiple Family Dwelling) District located at 7155 Calder Avenue with the following conditions: 1. Engineering requires five (5) handicap parking spaces with a minimum of one (1) van accessible parking space. Minutes — June 4, 2019 2. Provide a five (5) foot wide sidewalk along Calder Avenue. The Zonirig Ordinance states, -"The City Council shall not amend, supplement, change, modify or repeal any regulation, restriction or boundary or approve a Specific Use Permit where a protest against such change (has been filed), signed by the owners of twenty percent (209,6) or more either of the area of the lots included in such proposed change or of the lots or land immediately adjoining the same and extending two hundred (200) feet therefrom, except by the favorable vote of three-fourths (3/4) of all the members of the City Council." Protest against this request was received from 30.8% of the lots and land immediately adjoining the subject property. Therefore, a favorable vote of three-fourths (3/4) of all the members of the City Council shall be required to approve the requested Specific Use Permit. Given the extensive discussion of traffic concerns related to this proposed development during the public hearing, the Public Works Department conducted a supplementary analysis. This analysis supports the original recommendation in that while the additional dwelling units will add congestion, it will not be enough of an impact to downgrade the "Level of Service" of the roadway. This holds true even with the additional traffic associated with the recent expansion of Calder Woods. Due to concerns raised at the public hearing, the engineering staff recommended adding and/or altering the following conditions: 2. Provide five (5) foot wide sidewalks along Calder Avenue and Pinchback Road. 3. Remove all driveways entering and exiting from Pinchback Road. Approval of the request with the following conditions: There must be a minimum of one van accessible handicap spot. However, it is preferable to provide one'at each building. The southernmost building must have a designated parking area. 2. Provide five (5) foot wide sidewalks along Calder Avenue and Pinchback Road. 3. Remove all driveways entering and exiting from Pinchback Road. Mayor Pro Tem Mouton moved to ADOPT AN ORDINANCE ENTITLED AN ORDINANCE GRANTING A SPECIFIC USE PERMIT TO ALLOW A MULTIPLE -FAMILY DEVELOPMENT IN A GC -MD -2 (GENERAL COMMERCIAL -MULTIPLE FAMILY DWELLING -2) DISTRICT AT PROPERTY LOCATED AT 7155 CALDER AVENUE, WITH THE CONDITIONS, IN THE CITY OF BEAUMONT, JEFFERSON COUNTY, TEXAS. Councilmember Feldschau seconded the motion. AYES: MAYOR AMES, MAYOR PRO TEM MOUTON, COUNCILMEMBERS JORDAN, GETZ, FELDSCHAU, PATE AND SAMUEL NAYS: NONE MOTION PASSED Minutes — June 4, 2019 Ordinance 19-030 5. Consider a request for an amended Specific Use Permit to allow an expansion of the Entergy Helbig Substation located at 4950 Plant Road. Ron Landry of Entergy Texas, Inc., submitted an application requesting an amended Specific Use Permit to allow an expansion of the Entergy Helbig Substation at 4950 Plant Road. This expansion will allow enhanced electric load capacity. Mr. Landry is requesting an expansion of the existing Helbig substation by approximately 0.264 acres. The expansion is on the northwest corner of the existing site. Mr. Landry states that the new expansion will be built with similar features as the existing substation and will be fenced properly. He also states that this proposed expansion will not impact surrounding residences. At a Joint Public Hearing held on May 20, 2019, the Planning Commission recommended 7:0 to approve the request for an amended Specific Use Permit to allow an expansion of the Entergy Helbig Substation. Approval of the ordinance. Councilmember Samuel moved to ADOPT AN ORDINANCE ENTITLED AN ORDINANCE ISSUING AN AMENDED SPECIFIC USE PERMIT TO ALLOW EXPANSION OF THE ENTERGY HELBIG SUBSTATION AT 4950 PLANT ROAD, BEAUMONT, JEFFERSON COUNTY, TEXAS. Mayor Pro Tem Mouton seconded the motion. AYES: MAYOR AMES, MAYOR PRO TEM MOUTON, COUNCILMEMBERS JORDAN, GETZ, FELDSCHAU, PATE AND SAMUEL NAYS:. NONE MOTION PASSED Ordinance 19-031 6. Consider a request to abandon a 60'x194' portion of an unnamed City of Beaumont right-of- way located west of Major Drive. Mirna Elizabeth Guillen is requesting to abandon an unnamed City of Beaumont right-of-way. The requested portion of right-of-way extends west of Major Drive between block 2 and block 3 of South Amelia Addition and is approximately sixty feet wide and one hundred ninety-four feet in length. This property is currently maintained by the two owners neighboring the abandoned right-of-way. The intended purpose of abandoning this right-of-way is to use the land to plant a garden. At a Joint Public Hearing held on May 20, 2019, the Planning Commission recommended 8:0 to approve the request to abandon a 60'x194' portion of an unnamed City of Beaumont right-of-way located west of Major Drive. Approval of the ordinance. Minutes — June 4, 2019 Councilmember Jordan moved to ADOPT AN ORDINANCE ENTITLED AN ORDINANCE VACATING AND ABANDONING A PORTION OF AN UNNAMED RIGHT-OF-WAY LOCATED WEST OF MAJOR DRIVE, CITY OF BEAUMONT, JEFFERSON COUNTY, TEXAS. Councilmember Pate seconded the motion. AYES: MAYOR AMES, MAYOR PRO TEM MOUTON, COUNCILMEMBERS JORDAN, GETZ, FELDSCHAU, PATE AND SAMUEL NAYS: NONE MOTION PASSED Ordinance 19-032 7. Consider a resolution authorizing the City Manager to award a contract to T Construction, LLC, of Houston, for the Helbig Road Pipe Bursting Contract. The project consists of the replacement of designated pipe segments by means of pipe bursting and sliplining, and replacing manholes along Helbig Road, from Piney Point Lane to East Lucas Drive. On May 16, 2019, five (5) bids were received for furnishing all labor, materials, equipment, and supplies for the project. The bid totals are indicated in the table below: Contractor Contractor Location Total Base Bid Allowance Total Award Amount T Construction, Houston, TX $1,489,808.00 $100,000.00 $1,589,808.00 LLC ALLCO, LLC Beaumont, TX $1,841,249.42 $100,000.00 $1,941,249.42 PM Construction & Rehab, LLC dba Pasadena, TX $2,124,096.60 $100,000.00 $2,224,096.60 IPR South Central Horseshoe La Porte, TX $2,156,857.00 $100,000.00 $2,256,857.00 Construction, Inc. Vortex Turnkey Houston, TX $2,923,069.00 $100,000.00 $3,023,069.00 Solutions, LLC Engineer's $1,566,855.00 $100,000.00 $1,666,855.00 Estimate The Water Utilities Administration recommends awarding the project to the lowest bidder, T Construction, LLC, in the amount of $1,589,808.00. A total of 365 calendar days are allocated for the completion of this project. Funds will come from the Capital Program. Approval of the resolution. Councilmember Jordan moved to APPROVE A RESOLUTION THAT THE CITY COUNCIL HEREBY APPROVES THE AWARD OF A CONTRACT TO T CONSTRUCTION, LLC, OF HOUSTON, TEXAS, IN THE AMOUNT OF $1,589,808.00, FOR THE HELBIG ROAD PIPE BURSTING CONTRACT PROJECT; AND THAT THE CITY MANAGER BE AND HE IS HEREBY AUTHORIZED TO EXECUTE A CONTRACT WITH T CONSTRUCTION, LLC, OF HOUSTON, TEXAS. Councilmember Samuel seconded the motion. Minutes — June 4, 2019 AYES: MAYOR AMES, MAYOR PRO TEM MOUTON, COUNCILMEMBERS JORDAN, GETZ, FELDSCHAU, PATE AND SAMUEL NAYS: NONE MOTION PASSED Resolution 19-112 8. Consider a resolution approving a contract with MK Constructors of Vidor for Sewer Point Repair Services. The contract for sewer point repair includes all labor, materials, equipment, and supplies for repairing damaged, isolated sections of sewer main lines in the sanitary sewer system including broken pipes and offset joints. Specifications allow for a four-month contract with the option of two renewals of four-month extensions at the same factor as the awarded contract. The contract is not to exceed $250,000 in each four-month term fora possible total cost of $750,000. Bids were requested from seven vendors with two vendors submitting responses. Recommendation is to award the contract to MK Constructors, the low bidder with a bid factor of 1.00. Bidder Location Bid Factor MK Constructors Vidor, Tx 1.00 T -Construction LLC. Houston, Tx 1.20 Engineer's Estimated Factor 1.00 Funds will come from the Capital Program. Approval of the resolution. Councilmember Jordan moved to APPROVE A RESOLUTION THAT THE BID SUBMITTED BY MK CONSTRUCTION, OF VIDOR, TEXAS, FOR A FOUR (4) MONTH CONTRACT, WITH TWO (2) FOUR (4) MONTH RENEWAL OPTIONS AT THE SAME PRICING AS THE AWARDED CONTRACT, TO PROVIDE SEWER POINT REPAIR SERVICES IN THE AMOUNT OF $250,000.00 IN EACH FOUR (4) MONTH TERM FOR A TOTAL COST OF $750,000.00. Mayor Pro Tem Mouton seconded the motion. AYES: MAYOR AMES, MAYOR PRO TEM MOUTON, COUNCILMEMBERS JORDAN, GETZ, FELDSCHAU, PATE AND SAMUEL NAYS: NONE MOTION PASSED Resolution 19-113 Minutes — June 4, 2019 PUBLIC HEARING Receive comments related to terminating the solid waste franchise agreement with Impact Waste, LLC Open: 1:52 p.m. None Close: 1:52 p.m. 9. Consider an ordinance to terminate the solid waste franchise agreement with Impact Waste, LLC. Impact Waste, LLC has repeatedly failed to pay its financial obligation in a timely manner in accordance with the requirements of the franchise agreement passed by City Council on March 21, 2017. In the past two years, Impact Waste, LLC has only paid timely on two (2) occasions. Currently, Impact Waste has past due reports for the months ending January, February, March and April of 2019. They have failed to report monthly receipts and franchise fees due as well as make payments forthis time period. Based on historical data, it is estimated the City is owed approximated $9,000. In addition, Impact Waste owes the City $3,299 in past due landfill charges. City staff has made numerous attempts by email and letter to notify them of said delinquency without any success. In accordance with Section 11 of Ordinance 17-017, written notice was sent to Impact Waste LLC on May 13, 2019, notifying them that they had ten (10) days from the mailing of the notice to settle their past due account with the City. To date, these charges are still outstanding. The recommendation is to hold a public hearing and approve an ordinance to terminate the franchise agreement. Councilmember Samuel moved to ADOPT AN ORDINANCE ENTITLED AN ORDINANCE TERMINATING THE SOLID WASTE FRANCHISE AGREEMENT WITH IMPACT WASTE, LLC. Councilmember Jordan seconded the motion. AYES: MAYOR AMES, MAYOR PRO TEM MOUTON, COUNCILMEMBERS JORDAN, GETZ, FELDSCHAU, PATE AND SAMUEL NAYS: NONE MOTION PASSED Ordinance 19-033 PUBLIC HEARING Receive comments related to the unsafe structure at 2458 San Jacinto Open: 1:54 p.m. None Minutes — June 4, 2019 Close: 1:54 p.m. 10. Consider an ordinance to declare the accessory structure at 2458 San Jacinto to be unsafe and order an emergency removal within 10 days. The accessory structure at 2458 San Jacinto has been inspected by the Building Codes Division and found to be an unsafe structure as defined by the City of Beaumont's Code of Ordinances, Chapter 24, Article 24.04 Unsafe Substandard Structures, Division 1, Sec. 14.04.001 of the 2009 International Property Maintenance Code. Additionally, this structure has deteriorated to a condition that it is no longer considered suitable for repair and has collapsed onto the neighboring property. Given the concern for additional damage, this structure should be considered for emergency demolition. Funding sources may include the General Fund and Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding. Recommendation is for Council to conduct the public hearing and approve the ordinance. Mayor Pro Tem Mouton moved to ADOPT AN ORDINANCE ENTITLED AN ORDINANCE FINDING THE STRUCTURE LOCATED AT 2458 SAN JACINTO STREET TO BE A PUBLIC NUISANCE AND ORDERING ITS DEMOLITION AND REMOVAL AS A CLEAR AND PRESENT DANGER TO PUBLIC SAFETY; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; PROVIDING FOR REPEAL; PROVIDING A PENALTY; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. Councilmember Samuel seconded the motion. AYES: MAYOR AMES, MAYOR PRO TEM MOUTON, COUNCILMEMBERS JORDAN, GETZ, FELDSCHAU, PATE AND SAMUEL NAYS: NONE MOTION PASSED Ordinance 19-034 COMMENTS Councilmembers/City Manager/City Attorney comments on various matters COUNCILMEMBER COMMENTS MAYOR PRO TEM MOUTON - ANNOUNCED THAT THE ALICE KEITH POOL WILL BE OPEN STARTING TOMORROW, THE POOL WILL BE OPEN MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY FOR THE ENTIRE SUMMER, GAVE CONDOLENCES TO FAMILIES OF ANGEL SAN JUAN AND VALARIE LINTON AS WELL AS THE WILLIAMS FAMILY, ASKED THE CITY MANAGER IF HE WOULD SPEAK TO THE TWENTY NINE (29) STREETS THAT ARE TO BE REPAIRED AND THE PROCESS IN WHICH THE REPAIRS ARE DONE, THANKED CITY STAFF FOR THE BEAUTIFUL JOB THAT HAS BEEN DONE ON WASHINGTON BLVD., IT'S NOW OPEN FROM 110 TO 11TH ST. Minutes — June 4, 2019 COUNCILMEMBER SAMUEL - THANKED CITY STAFF FOR THE WORK THAT THEY ARE DOING IN THE NORTH END ON STREET REPAIRS COUNCILMEMBER PATE - CONDOLENCES TO ANGEL SAN JUAN AND THE LINTON FAMILY, REMINDED EVERYONE THAT JUNE 6TH WILL BE THE 75TH ANNIVERSARY OF "D DAY" COUNCILMEMBER FELDSCHAU - NONE COUNCILMEMBER GETZ - COMPLIMENTED THE EVENTS FACILITY FOR JAZZ FEST AT THE JEFFERSON THEATRE, IT WAS WELL ATTENDED WITH GREAT ARTIST, COMMENTED ON THE ACORN NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION MEETING THAT TOOK PLACE, ANNOUNCED THE CALDWOOD NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION MEETING ON THURSDAY, .LUNE 6, 2019 AT 7:00 P.M., AT FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH, INVITED EVERYONE TO ATTEND COUNCILMEMBER JORDAN - COMMENTED ON A TOWN HALL MEETING THAT SHE ATTENDED FOR THE BEAUMONT HOUSING' AUTHORITY REGARDING THE NEW TRINITY COMPLEX, THE PROJECT IS SLATED TO BE BUILT ON Hwy 105, THANKED STAFF FOR WORKING ON THE POT HOLES IN THE NORTH END OF HER AREA, ANNOUNCED THE CALDER TWILIGHT 5K 'FUN RUN ON .LUNE 7, 2019, THE RUNOFF ELECTION FOR WARD I WILL BE SATURDAY .LUNE 8, 2019, FROM 7:00 A.M. TO 7:00 P.M., GAVE THE ELECTION DAY LOCATIONS, ENCOURAGED EVERYONE TO GO OUT AND VOTE IF THEY LIVE IN WARD I CITY ATTORNEY COOPER - NONE CITY MANAGER HAYES - NONE MAYOR AMES - ANNOUNCED JAZZ ON THE LAKE, IT WILL BE EVERY THURSDAY OF EACH MONTH AT THE EVENT CENTRE GREAT LAWN, GAVE CONDOLENCES TO THE FAMILY OF CHARLIE THOMPSON being no E)yecutive Session, Council adjourned at 2:13 p.m. r Broussard, City Clerk Minutes —June 4, 2019