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06-04-2019 City Council Strategic Planning CITY COUNCIL STRATEGIC PLANNING MEETING 300 WEST CROWELL STREET MONROE,NORTH CAROLINA 28112 JUNE 4,2019—4:00 P.M. AGENDA www.monroenc.org 1. Union County Public Schools' Funding Request for Fiscal Year 2019-2020 (Tabled from May 7, 2019 City Council Regular Meeting) 2. Municipal Solid Waste, Yard Debris, Recycles and Bulk Item Collection A. Award of Contract to Waste Pro, Inc. B. City Manager to Negotiate Final Terms of Contract and Execute Documents C. Solid Waste Technician Position D. Ordinance Amending Fiscal Year 2019-2020 Fees Schedule: Chapter X — Planning and Zoning, Article B titled"Sanitation Service" 3. City Facilities Janitorial Services A. Award of Contract to American Facility Services B. City Manager to Execute Documents (01 tre City Council Strategic Planning Meeting June 4,2019 Page 178 CITY OF MONROE CITY COUNCIL STRATEGIC PLANNING MEETING JUNE 4,2019 MINUTES The City Council of the City of Monroe, North Carolina, met in a Strategic Planning Meeting in the Council Chambers located at 300 West Crowell Street in Monroe,North Carolina at 4:00 p.m. on June 4, 2019 with Mayor Bobby Kilgore presiding. Present: Mayor Bobby Kilgore, Mayor Pro Tern Gary Anderson, Council Member Surluta Anthony, Council Member Marion Holloway, Council Member Franco McGee, City Manager E. L. Faison, City Attorney S. Mujeeb Shah-Khan and City Clerk Bridgette Robinson. Absent: Council Member Billy Jordan and Council Member Lynn Keziah. Visitors: Andy Dove, Jennifer Herring, Bob Hyres, Michael McGann, Greg Collins, Jarrod McCraw, Lisa Strickland, Lisa Stiwinter, Bruce Bounds, Brian Borne, Jim Loyd, Pete Hovanec, Doug Britt, Tonya Edwards, Debra C. Reed, Chris Plate, Peter Cevallos, Lisa Strickland, Ron Fowler and others. Mayor Kilgore called the City Council Strategic Planning Meeting of June 4, 2019 to order at 4:00 p.m. A quorum was present. Item No. 1. Union County Public Schools' Funding Request for Fiscal Year 2019-2020 (Tabled from May 7, 2019 City Council Regular Meetinw). Finance Director Lisa Strickland advised that this was a follow-up to the presentation in May by Jarrod McCraw, Assistant Superintendent for Student Support Union County Public Schools (UCPS) regarding a funding request for two nursing staff positions within the Monroe schools. Ms. Strickland stated that Mr. McCraw did not indicate the requested funding amount or make it clear if the program was contingent upon the City's funding. She stated that the funding was for salary expenses which were recurring dollars and salaries naturally go on year after year and were not disposed of at the end of the year. Ms. Strickland explained that the City's Fund Balance Policy did not allow recurring funding to be funded by undesignated fund balance;however,it might be used for funding one time purchases such as the Strategic Plan Capital Plan or debt service expenditures,but not recurring such as salary expenses. Ms. Strickland stated that she has documented concerns from the Local Government Commission (LGC), which oversaw local governments in North Carolina and tracked their financial practices, including the City's use and level of Fund Balance. She noted that the appropriation of Fund Balance was a one-time revenue source and should not be used to balance recurring expenditures City Council Strategic Planning Meeting June 4,2019 Page 178 was a quote from their Financial Budget Policy. Ms. Strickland stated that Fund Balance should not be used to provide salary increases, fund permanent positions, or provide recurring services. frair Ms. Strickland stated that credit rating agencies looked at the City's use of Fund Balance and scored the City based on budgeting practices. She explained that if they were to notice, through the use of ratios, that the City was using their undesignated Fund Balance to fund recurring expenses, then points would be deducted which potentially could lower the City's rating which would increase the City's borrowing cost and ability to get a good interest rate on the City's debt. She noted that the North Carolina and National Governments Finance Officers Association's best practices advised that in all cases of having undesignated amounts of Fund Balance over the formal Fund Balance policies, use of those funds should be prohibited as a funding source for ongoing recurring expenditures and this was a quote from their Best Practice Manual. thie Ms. Strickland stated that if Council wished to fund the UCPS' Nursing Program,then the Finance Staff requested that Council determine expense reductions to offset the amount of funding in the proposed 2020 Budget. Council Member Anthony asked if the City was prohibited because this was a recurring expense, because it would lower the City's credit rating and because both the national and State associations advised against it. Ms. Strickland stated that was correct. Li Mayor Pro Tem Anderson stated that he did not understand why this was categorized as recurring. Ms. Strickland explained that it was because it was salaries which went on until people were laid off. She noted that if perhaps the County was going to possibly hire temporary help for one year, then it would not be recurring,but because the staffing would remain in place and if multiple years of funding were requested,the nature or the type of funding providing had to be specified and was considered recurring. Mayor Pro Tem Anderson asked if that was applicable questioned even though it was reviewed on a year-by-year basis. Cire Ms. Strickland advised that was correct. Council Member Anthony questioned if the position was recurring. Ms. Strickland stated that unless the nursing program was going to be discontinued, it would be presumed to be recurring. She noted that Staff asked Union County Public Schools for additional information as part of their Interlocal Agreement and information was provided that satisfied the accounting of funds section of the agreement; however, to date, Staff had not received the performance report on the program. Council Member Anthony stated that she thought the City was supposed to receive performance reports when the $250,000 was previously allocated. City Council Strategic Planning Meeting June 4,2019 Page 179 Ms. Strickland stated that was correct; however, Staff had not received the performance report, only the amounts that were paid to each of the individual nurses and which school they were toe working at. Mayor Kilgore questioned if the funds were taken out of the reserves and came out of the budget, what items would not be funded. Ms. Strickland stated that Staff included some options that could potentially be cut. City Attorney Shah-Khan explained that UCPS had not requested a funding amount, number of years,or if it was a per year request. He also noted that performance reports had not been provided to the City. Ms. Strickland advised that City Manager Faison had prioritized Outside Agency funding and if the funding was cut back to last year's level, the City could potentially save $38,000 and Priority #2 Council Discretionary Funding could be reduced to $21,000 Council Member McGee stated that before reviewing cuts for the City, he wanted to see exactly what UCPS was requesting. Mayor Pro Tern Anderson stated that he thought the salary requirements for two nursing positions were $80,000 each for a total of$160,000 and if the City helped UCPS with this amount,then he Cie, thought that would cover it since they were not asking for the full $200,000. Mayor Kilgore stated that he did not have a problem helping the schools and was all for it; however, if the money could not be found and City employees could possibly lose 50% of the Christmas bonus, he could not consciously vote to take away from the City's employees. Council Member McGee stated that he would like information regarding these schools and funding such as Title 1 funds and Epic Grants. Mr. Jarrod McCraw stated that Epic Grant funding could not be used for nurse funding. Cr Council Member McGee asked if there was any way that the nurses could be reclassified so that those funds could be used with an Epic Grant. Mr. McCraw advised that according to the County's Finance Officer, Epic Grant funding could not be used for the nursing program. He stated that the two nurses funded last year provided a higher level of service in the City by placing a nurse at all of the seven high priority schools. Mr. McCraw noted that the cost of the two additional nurses within those City schools was approximately $80,000 each including benefits. Mr. McCraw stated that he looked at other funding sources and what the County was using now funded nurses across the school district and the City schools would get the same service if they did not have these two nurses as the other schools across the county. He explained that because of the City Council Strategic Planning Meeting June 4,2019 Page 180 two nursing positions, the City schools were getting a higher level of service and each had a nurse assigned to their school five days a week. Council Member Anthony questioned if the schools would still have a nurse just not at the level of service. Mr. McCraw explained that "level of service" meant that the schools would share a nurse and perhaps some schools would have a nurse three days a week and others two days a week. He noted that there was always a nurse to respond just not always onsite. Mr. McCraw stated that as previously discussed, a non-certified employee would have to look at injuries and decide whether or not a nurse or EMS should be called. Council Member Anthony questioned if Mr.McCraw had determined the response time for a nurse to get to the schools when called. Mr. McCraw stated that it was just according to how busy they were at other schools. He noted that the nurses had over 21,000 health room visits just in the City schools and this accounted for about 22% of all health room visits across all 53 schools. Council Member Anthony questioned if all other possible funding sources had been exhausted. Mr.McCraw stated that they had used all the funding earmarked for nursing for the other 41 nurses. Council Member Anthony asked if the Union County Commissioners heard the presentation and offered any solution. Mr. McCraw explained that they did not request any more funding this school year for nursing and that maybe, in the future, their nursing program could be reviewed for possible expansion; however, at this point, he requested nine counselors within their budget. Council Member Anthony questioned if there was a specific reason that Union County was not asked for additional funding. Mr.McCraw stated that the Superintendent's budget proposal and the counseling positions focused on social and emotional learning and mental health were what his staff decided to ask for increases for this year regarding personnel. Council Member McGee asked if Title 1 would be available to fund the nurses at these particular schools where there was a need. Mr. McCraw stated that he thought if it was used for nurses, it would pull it away from other projects. Council Member McGee asked if it was a necessity and a priority, would that not be something that could possibly be done at those schools since they received a substantial amount for the Title 1 schools. City Council Strategic Planning Meeting June 4,2019 Page 181 Mr. McCraw stated that he was not aware of the exact amount that was received, but they were able to move the money for different projects and that money was probably allocated already for other projects at this time. Mr. McCraw stated that if Council's decision was not to fund the two nurses then they would have to move nurses to a certain location on certain days; however,they would provide the best service that they could and were very thankful for what Council did last year. Council Member Anthony asked if any pilot programs had been funded with Title 1 funds that could get funding for the two nurses. Mr. McCraw stated that there were not any pilot programs for nursing with Title 1 funds. He noted that in the past some of that money had been used for mental health therapist and social workers at schools, so needs were being met. City Attorney Shah-Khan stated that Council was specifically asking because the prior request not only funded nurses, but also funded the social worker and if that request was not being made this year. Mr. McCraw stated that he knew nurses specifically were being discussed and that they were giving more support when it came to social workers and mental health therapists and had requested ten mental health therapists and five social workers throughout the school year. Li Mr. McCraw explained that at this time the greatest need was if Council wanted to fund two nurses and he felt that the nurses had 25% of their education in mental health and were able to address some of those needs too. Council Member McGee questioned if there were any federal programs available to help fund nurses in the UCPS. Mr. McCraw stated that he had not checked to see if there were any kind of grants; but he could request that the supervisors check that in the future. He stated that a lot of the federal grants were more safety oriented like for School Resource Officers (SRO) and equipment. Mayor Kilgore questioned if the City funded $103,000 for the SROs. City Attorney Shah-Khan reviewed the chart regarding resources contributed directly or in kind to UCPS or Union Academy and a line item of$103,000 for SROs provided in FY18 and year to date it was $94,922. Ms. Strickland stated that was correct. Council Member Anthony questioned if the City provided an SRO for Union Academy. tor City Council Strategic Planning Meeting June 4,2019 Page 182 City Attorney Shah-Khan stated that an SRO was provided at Union Academy and all schools in the City. He advised that Union Academy was a public school even though it was a Charter tov Academy, so it received funding in accordance with Council's directives. Mayor Kilgore stated that he supported the prior funding of the two nursing positions and also felt that the medical programs at the middle school were fantastic. He stated that he did not have a problem with the City funding some of the money;however, if the funds had to be taken out of the City's Budget that meant something would be lost on the City's side. City Attorney Shah-Khan questioned if Mr. McCraw's request was a one-year request or a multi- year for the $160,000. C Mr. McCraw explained that he would like to come back each year and present what they were doing and the positive impact it was having on their students and staff. City Attorney Shah-Khan asked if he was saying this was a one year only request, but his intent was to come back and request funding from Council again making it a recurring request. Mr. McCraw stated that he did not know what would be funded by grants in the future, but if the County did not have the funding available in the future, his intent was to come back and request the two positions again. (40.0„ Council Member McGee stated that was the responsibility of Union County Commissioners and the Board of Education; however, being that the schools were within the City, he felt like there was an opportunity to partner and was willing to help to support programs within the schools whether it be nursing programs or any other programs to help the students, not so much providing salaries for UCPS employees. He questioned if they had asked the Board of Education and County Commissioners for additional funding and done their due diligence and research for other grants offering some nursing support for the schools and it did not sound like it had been done this year. Council Member McGee stated that he was trying to figure out how the City could support it because he did not want to take any monies from what they were doing as a City and the Budget was already tight enough and to add additional weight to that would be tough on the City's employees. Council Member Anthony stated that she believed in education and helping the schools. She felt that it was the responsibility of every citizen to do all that they could, but did not believe that the City was responsible for staffing. She noted that Council was prohibited from helping because it was a recurring expense and it seemed that there may be some other funding opportunities that had not been pursued and perhaps those other sources could be sought. Council Member Anthony stated that currently the City was just in a place where they would have to take from the citizens of Monroe to fund the two nursing positions and she just could not in Lgood conscious do that. City Council Strategic Planning Meeting June 4,2019 Page 183 Council Member Anthony made a motion to deny the Union County Public Schools' Funding Request for Fiscal Year 2019-2020. Council Member McGee seconded the motion, which passed unanimously with the following votes: AYES: Council Members Anthony, Holloway, McGee, Mayor Pro Tern Anderson and Mayor Kilgore NAYS: None Item No. 2. Municipal Solid Waste, Yard Debris, Recycles and Bulk Item Collection. Engineering Director Jim Loyd advised that the Engineering Department was requested by the Public Enterprise Committee and approved by Council on November 6, 2018 to advertise a Request for Proposals (RFP) from qualified vendors for solid waste services. He noted that proposals were received from Waste Pro, Inc. and Waste Connections on April 12, 2019 and since this was a RFP and not a competitive bid process, the proposals were opened and read aloud. Mr. Loyd stated that Council was requested to award a contract for a five-year term beginning on October 1, 2019 to Waste Pro, Inc., consider and approve changes to the Fee Schedule, and consider an additional staff position for Solid Waste. Mr. Loyd advised that on April 23, 2019,the Selection Committee comprised of Council Member Surluta Anthony(Chair), Loretta Melancon, Brian Borne, Assistant City Manager, Lisa Stiwinter, Planning and Development Director, Laurie Broome, Solid Waste Coordinator and Jim Loyd. L Engineering Director met to discuss the two proposals. Mr. Loyd stated that on May 23, 2019, the Public Enterprise Committee met to consider the proposals and unanimously determined that Waste Pro,Inc.was the vendor that showed the overall capability of meeting the service level expectations of the City and recommended Waste Pro, Inc. be awarded the Municipal Solid Waste, Yard Debris, Recycles and Bulk Item Collection contract for a five-year term effective October 1, 2019 in the amount of$2,198,000. Mr. Loyd stated that yard waste was one of the City's biggest complaint generators. He noted that Waste Pro used four pieces of equipment for yard waste and one rear load for bulk item pick-up for a total of five pieces of equipment. Mr. Loyd stated that Waste Connections only proposed Co two pieces of equipment—one for yard waste and one for bulky. He stated that it was not really comparable on a service level as it related to yard waste. Mr. Loyd explained that the City currently paid$48,500 to Waste Connections for yard waste and it was being reduced to $29,000. He stated that Waste Pro's contract increased about 1% to $49,277 and that it was easy to cut costs when not using the same number of pieces of equipment. Mr. Loyd explained that the solid waste proposal including both residential and business pick-up for recycling,bulky and trash increased by 15%. He noted that the City currently paid$1,850,000 and would increase to$2,128,000. Mr.Loyd explained that the dumpsters were paid by the various departments and increased with both vendors and went from $32,450 per year to $69,819 per year and including solid waste and the dumpsters combined,the City currently paid$1,880,000 per year and increased to $2,198,000 per year which was a 6.29% increase. City Council Strategic Planning Meeting June 4,2019 Page 184 Mayor Kilgore asked if the Union County dumping stations were used, and if so, would that continue. Mr. Loyd stated that was correct and was included in their proposal. A. Award of Contract to Waste Pro, Inc. Council Member Holloway moved that Waste Pro, Inc. be awarded the Municipal Solid Waste, Yard Debris, Recycles and Bulk Item Collection contract for a five-year term effective October 1, 2019 in the amount of $2,198,000. Council Member Anthony seconded the motion, which passed unanimously with the following votes: AYES: Council Members Anthony, Holloway, McGee, Mayor Pro Tem Anderson and Mayor Kilgore NAYS: None B. City Manager to Negotiate Final Terms of Contract and Execute Documents. Council Member Holloway moved to authorize the City Manager to execute any and all necessary documents with regard to the Municipal Solid Waste, Yard Debris, Recycles and Bulk Item Collection contract for a five-year term effective October 1, 2019 in the amount of$2,198,000. Council Member Anthony seconded the motion, which passed unanimously with the following votes: AYES: Council Members Anthony, Holloway, McGee, (tirp,/ Mayor Pro Tem Anderson and Mayor Kilgore NAYS: None Mr. Loyd stated that there was also a request to add a Solid Waste Technician (Technician) to assist the Solid Waste Coordinator (Coordinator) with daily duties. He stated that the current Coordinator spent time in the field addressing solid waste issues due to the number of telephone calls and emails in a typical day. Mr. Loyd stated that calls were primarily centered on misses for yard waste and cart repair and it was Staffs goal and expected by our citizens, to respond back within the same business day which left very little time if any available for being out in the field. He stated that the Coordinator was dependent on the third party and primarily Code Enforcement to be their eyes in the field. Mr. Loyd stated that there was a problem with recycling contamination and the City needed to get some feet on the ground and an idea was getting golf carts for the Community Maintenance Workers and putting two people in front of the trucks inspecting the recycling container and tagging them if they had issues. Mr. Loyd stated that the Technician position was to provide a much needed backup in responsibilities because when the Coordinator was absent for vacation, sick leave or any reason, other Engineering staff were taken from their daily responsibilities to ensure solid waste functions continued to be addressed in a timely fashion and in most cases, the person was taken away from their assigned Engineering tasks for the day to handle solid waste. Mayor Pro Tern Anderson questioned what would have to be cut in the Budget to get this position. City Council Strategic Planning Meeting June 4,2019 Page 185 Mr. Loyd stated that the costs associated with the Technician was covered in the recommended Fees Schedule. 4 Council Member McGee questioned if this person would be out in the field. Mr. Loyd stated that the individual would be in the office to give Ms. Broome more of an opportunity to go out in the field, but there would be opportunities for the Technician to go out in the field as well. City Manager Faison noted that this position and the cost of solid waste/yard waste, etc. was a fee based operation, independent and self-sufficient. C. Solid Waste Technician Position. Mayor Pro Tem Anderson moved to approve the Solid Waste Technician position be included in the Fiscal Year 2020 Budget. Council Member Holloway seconded the motion, which passed unanimously with the following votes: AYES: Council Members Anthony, Holloway, McGee, Mayor Pro Tern Anderson and Mayor Kilgore NAYS: None D. Ordinance Amending Fiscal Year 2019-2020 Fees Schedule: Chapter X—Planning and Zoning,Article B Titled "Sanitation Service." Mr. Loyd explained that there were two options (6..." to the Fees Schedule to be considered: Option 1 was a full rate fee implementation effective July 1, 2019 and Option 2 was a phased fee implementation over a three-year period. Mr. Loyd explained that in Option 1, all classifications were increased $2 with the exception of residential based increased $2.55 per month. Mr. Loyd stated that with Option 2,the increase would be phased in over a three-year period. With the exception of residential, he advised that the increase of 75%for the first two years and the last year at 50 cents for most of the transportation except for the residential and residential increase was proposed at 85 cents per year. Council Member Anthony moved to adopt Ordinance 0-2019-32: FISCAL YEAR 2019-2020 CITY OF MONROE FEES SCHEDULE 0-2019-32 Section 1. Amend Chapter X.Planning and Zoning Article B. Sanitation Service Section 2.Customer Charges—Residential and Small Commercial Businesses Classification Service Monthly Charge Recycling for Non- Every other week $10.75per cart Solid Waste recycling pick-up. Customers City Council Strategic Planning Meeting June 4,2019 Page 186 Additional Recycling Every other week $7.75 per cart Cart recycling pick-up. tie Outside City One time per week $36.25 per cart Residential garbage pick-up (includes every other week recycling pick-up, every other week bulky pick-up, and one time per week yard waste pick-up). Residential One time per week $19.60 per cart garbage pick-up (includes every other week recycling pick-up, every other week bulky pick-up, and one time per week yard waste pick-up). Outside City Small One time per week $35.25 per cart Commercial garbage pick-up Businesses (includes every other week recycling pick- up). Small Commercial One time per week $18.00 per cart Businesses garbage pick-up (0.01 (includes every other week recycling pick- up). Effective July 1,2019. Classification Service Monthly Charge Recycling for Non- Every other week $11.50 per Solid Waste recycling pick-up. cart Customers Additional Recycling Every other week $8.50 per Cart recycling pick-up. cart Outside City One time per week $37.00 per Residential garbage pick-up (includes cart every other week recycling pick-up, every other week bulky pick- up, and one time per week yard waste pick- up). Residential One time per week $20.45 per garbage pick-up(includes cart every other week recycling pick-up, every other week bulky pick- up, and one time per City Council Strategic Planning Meeting June 4,2019 Page 187 week yard waste pick- up). Outside City Small One time per week $36.00 per Commercial garbage pick-up(includes cart Businesses every other week recycling pick-up). Small Commercial One time per week $18.75 per Businesses garbage pick-up(includes cart every other week recycling pick-up). Effective July 1,2020. Classification Service Monthly Charge Recycling for Non- Every other week $12 per cart Solid Waste recycling pick-up. Customers Additional Recycling Every other week $9 per cart Cart recycling pick-up. Outside City One time per week $37.50 per Residential garbage pick-up (includes cart every other week recycling pick-up, every other week bulky pick- up, and one time per week yard waste pick- up). Residential One time per week $21.30 per garbage pick-up (includes cart every other week recycling pick-up, every other week bulky pick- up, and one time per week yard waste pick- up). Outside City Small One time per week $36.50 per Commercial garbage pick-up (includes cart Businesses every other week recycling pick-up). Small Commercial One time per week $19.25 per Businesses garbage pick-up(includes cart every other week recycling pick-up). Effective July 1, 2021. Section 2. This Ordinance shall be effective on the dates noted above. Council Member Holloway seconded the motion, which passed unanimously with the following votes: AYES: Council Members Anthony, Holloway, McGee, City Council Strategic Planning Meeting June 4,2019 Page 188 Mayor Pro Tern Anderson and Mayor Kilgore NAYS: None Lor Item No.3. City Facilities Janitorial Services. Assistant City Manager Brian Borne stated that proposals were received for City facilities janitorial services on May 24,2019 which was a Request for Proposal (RFP) and not a competitive bid process so bids were opened and read aloud. Mr. Borne explained that Staff requested the contract be awarded to American Facility Services in the amount of$246,360 and that the City Manager be authorized to execute any and all necessary documents. He noted that the initial contract would be for 12 months commencing July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020 with the option of two mutually agreed upon two-year extensions for a potential five-year contract for this RFP and the extensions would be made based upon their satisfactory performance. Mr. Borne stated that there were sufficient funds in the proposed budget for the contract; however, this item did not go to General Services Committee, but Chairman Keziah recommended moving this item forward to full Council due to timing constraints. Council Member Anthony questioned if this was a local company and was it a change from the current cleaning services. Mr. Borne stated that the company was out of Georgia; however, part of the proposal included hiring some of Green's Cleaning Service (Green's) employees. He advised that this would be a change and that the City had contracted with Green's for 12 to 13 years and it had been a very Lgood relationship, but it was time for this service to go out to bid. A. Award of Contract to American Facility Services. Council Member Anthony moved to award the City Facilities Janitorial Services to American Facility Services in the amount of $246,360 commencing on July 1, 2019. Mayor Pro Tern Anderson seconded the motion, which passed unanimously with the following votes: AYES: Council Members Anthony, Holloway, McGee, Mayor Pro Tem Anderson and Mayor Kilgore NAYS: None tro B. City Manager to Execute Documents. Mayor Pro Tem Anderson moved to authorize the City Manager to execute any and all necessary documents with regard to the contract for City Facilities Janitorial Services contract. Council Member Holloway seconded the motion, which passed unanimously with the following votes: AYES: Council Members Anthony, Holloway, McGee, Mayor Pro Tern Anderson and Mayor Kilgore NAYS: None There being no further business, Council Member Anthony moved to adjourn the City Council Strategic Planning Meeting of June 4, 2019 at 4:50 p.m. Mayor Pro Tem Anderson seconded the Le motion, which passed unanimously with the following votes: City Council Strategic Planning Meeting June 4,2019 Page 189 AYES: Council Members Anthony, Holloway, McGee, Mayor Pro Tem Anderson and Mayor Kilgore NAYS: None 48.0 . . 'by G. Kilg r , Mayor Attest: jori� -Ev ae• eii.lisc�Y! Brid e H. Robinson, City-Clerk Minutes transcribed by Deputy Ciry Clerk Sherry K.Hicks ..18 �ili. r��� ,.�i'` 44 "10 Ty CAR°\' L c, (..., City Council Strategic Planning Meeting June 4,2019 Page 190