CITY COUNCIL AGENDA MEETING MINUTES
August 12, 2008
1st Floor, City Hall
117 W. Duval Street
Attendance: Council President Fussell, Council Members Holt, Yarborough, Corrigan, Bishop, Joost, Graham, W. Jones, Redman, Webb and M. Jones
Also: Peggy Sidman, Steve Rohan, Dylan Reingold and Shannon Eller – Office of General Counsel; Kirk Sherman and Janice Billy – Council Auditor’s Office; Dana Farris and Carol Owens – Legislative Services Division; Cheryl Brown – Council Secretary; Lisa Rinaman and Sherry Hall – Mayor’s Office; Lin White – Dept. of Public Works; Belinda Peeples – Recreation and Community Development Department; Laura Stagner – Housing and Neighborhoods Department; Sean Kelly and John Crofts – Planning and Development Department; Dianne Smith, Debbie Delgado, Sandra Lane, Meghan Friel, Sarah Lane, Celeste Hicks, Mina Hosseini, Stan Johnson, Rupal Wells and Angela Ryan – ECAs; Annette Hastings – Tourist Development Council; Jeff Cements – City Council Research; Rachel Welsh – Council Administrative Services; Kevin Meerschaert – WJCT; Tia Mitchell – Florida Times-Union; Paige Johnston – agent; Bruce Fletcher – agent; Kristy Approbato – agent; Jeanne Miller - FCCJ
The meeting was called to order at 3:03 p.m. by Council President Fussell.
Council Member Webb reviewed the Rules Committee’s actions from its meeting.
Council Member Corrigan reviewed the Finance Committee’s actions from its meeting.
Council Member Yarborough reviewed the PHS Committee’s actions from its meeting.
Council Member Bishop reviewed the TEU Committee’s actions from its meeting.
Council Member W. Jones reviewed the RCD Committee’s actions from its meeting.
Council Member Graham reviewed the LUZ Committee’s actions from its meeting.
Deputy General Counsel Steve Rohan requested emergency action on first reading on Resolution 2008-657 appointing Council Member Clark to the Duval County Canvassing Board. Mr. Rohan also requested emergency action on first reading on Ordinance 2008-635 amending the Ordinance Code to remove the prohibition against campaigning in public work places in the case of City senior centers and community centers, which will permit candidates to visit these facilities and speak to potential voters there.
Mr. Rohan requested that the
public hearing on Ordinance 2008-594 authorizing a contract for private
operation of the
There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 3:12 p.m.
Jeff Clements, Chief
Council Research Division