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11-12-2019 City Council Regular MeetingCITY OF MONROE CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING 300 WEST CROWELL STREET MONROE, NORTH CAROLINA 28112 NOVEMBER 12, 2019 — 6:00 P.M. AGENDA www.monroenc.org RECOGNITIONS 1. Mayor Pro Tern Gary Anderson and Council Member Billy Jordan 2. Citizens Academy Graduates 3. Citizens Academy 4. Proclamation Recognizing Joshua Marsh 5. United Senior Games State Finals Participants 6. Boy Scout Troop #101 7. Public Comment Period A. Edward Cook B. John Thomasson C. Loretta Melancon D. Louis Phillipi E. Michele King F. Jennifer Smith CONSENT AGENDA The City Council uses a Consent Agenda to consider items that are non -controversial and routine. The Consent Agenda is acted upon by one motion and vote of the Council. Items may be removed from the Consent Agenda and placed on the Regular Agenda at the request of a Council Member or Citizen with consent of Council. The Consent Agenda contains the following items: 8. 9. 10. Capital Project Budget Ordinance for Oak Hill Drive Drainage Improvement Project - Phase II Intersection Improvements Proposed for Rocky River Road (SR- 1007) and Weddington Road (NC 84) Minutes and Reports City Council Regular Meeting November 12, 2019 Page 213 A. Disbursement of Fiscal Year 2019-2020 City Council Discretionary Funds 1) Mayor Pro Tern Gary Anderson 2) Council Member Surluta Anthony 3) Council Member Lynn Keziah B. Financial Report for October 2019 C. Minutes of Board of Adjustment Meeting of August 22, 2019 D. Minutes of City Council Meetings of September 17, 2019, September 24, 2019 and October 1, 2019 E. Minutes of Downtown Advisory Board Meeting of August 27, 2019 F. Minutes of Historic District Commission Meeting of September 9, 2019 G. Minutes of Monroe Tourism Development Authority Meeting of September 12, 2019 H. Summary of Contracts Awarded, Change Orders Approved and City Manager's Settlement of Claims 11. Ordinances A. Amending Code of Ordinances — Title V: Public Works, Chapter 55: Solid Waste to Modify Civil Penalties B. Amending Code of Ordinances — Title VII: Traffic Code, Chapter 75: Traffic Schedules — Schedule I — Speed Limits, Section (B) titled "Speed Limits — City Maintained Streets" to Modify Camelia Drive and Sowell Street 12. Tax Releases for September 2019 REGULAR AGENDA Public Hearings — Please adhere to the following guidelines: • Proceed to the podium, and state your name and address clearly; • Be concise; avoid repetition; limit comments to three (3) minutes or less; • Designate a spokesperson for large groups. 12. Center Theatre A. Change Order #7 B. Capital Project Budget Ordinance (, C. City Manager to Execute Documents 13. Holiday Schedules for Thanksgiving and Christmas 14. Closed Session pursuant to North Carolina General Statute Sections 143-318.11(a)(1), (a)(3) — Eastwood Construction LLC, d/b/a Eastwood Homes v. City of Monroe City Council Regular Meeting November 12, 2019 Page 214 CITY OF MONROE CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING ( NOVEMBER 12, 2019 �r MINUTES The City Council of the City of Monroe, North Carolina, met in Regular Session in the City Hall Council Chambers located at 300 West Crowell Street in Monroe, North Carolina at 6:00 p.m. on November 12, 2019 with Mayor Bobby Kilgore presiding. Present: Mayor Bobby Kilgore, Mayor Pro Tem Gary Anderson, Council Member Surluta Anthony, Council Member Marion Holloway, Council Member Lynn Keziah, Council Member Franco McGee, City Manager E.L. Faison, City Attorney S. Mujeeb Shah -Khan and City Clerk Bridgette H. Robinson. Absent: Council Member Billy Jordan. Visitors: Edward Cook, Loretta Melancon, Louis Philippi, Matthew Wong, Kevin Higgins Gavin Higgins, Leigh Ann Wong, Aiden Tauro, RJ Gajan, Michael Keating, Sam Yount, Toby Winardi, Christian Lofton, Michele King and others. Mayor Kilgore called the City Council Regular Meeting of November 12, 2019 to order at 6:00 p.m. A quorum was present. RECOGNITIONS Item No. 1. Mavor Pro Tem Gary Anderson and Council Member Billy Jordan. Mayor Kilgore personally thanked Council Member Billy Jordan and Mayor Pro Tem Gary Anderson for their service to the residents of Monroe. He stated that it had been a privilege to work alongside these two individuals and he certainly wished them well. Mayor Kilgore advised that Council Member Jordan had served on the Monroe City Council for roughly 32 years. He advised that Council Member Jordan's first meeting was December 1, 1987 and during that time, he helped lead many initiatives that had positioned Monroe to be in the great place it was in today. Mayor Kilgore thanked Council Member Jordan for all he had done. Mayor Kilgore stated that Council Member Gary Anderson and most recently, Mayor Pro Tem, had served the residents of Monroe faithfully since 2015 and had been an integral supporter of many of the projects the City was seeing come to life. Mayor Kilgore stated that Mayor Pro Tem Anderson had selflessly given of his time and energy to the residents of Monroe and the City was very grateful. For your service to the residents of Monroe, Mayor Kilgore thanked Mayor Pro Tem Anderson for all he had done. City Council Regular Meeting November 12, 2019 Page 215 Item No. 2. Citizens Academv Graduates. Mayor Kilgore and Human Resources Director Debra C. Reed recognized the graduates of the 2019 Citizens Academy and presented those in attendance with a Certificate of Participation. Members of the Academy included: Lauren Allen; Minnie Atwater; Timothy Broom; Joshua Caudle; Timothy Fusetti; Ronald Johnson; Frances Marshall; Donna Shermerborn; Ruth Sturdivant; and, R. Dale Williams. Item No. 3. Citizens Academy. Council Member Anthony felt that the Citizens Academy was a beneficial program and moved that Staff explore the possibility of offering two Citizens Academy a year if feasible. Council Member Keziah seconded the motion, which passed unanimously with the following votes: AYES: Council Members Anthony, Holloway, Keziah, McGee, Mayor Pro Tem Anderson and Mayor Kilgore NAYS: None Item No. 4. Proclamation Recognizing Joshua Marsh. On behalf of Mayor Kilgore, Council Member Anthony read Proclamation P-2019-20 recognizing Joshua Marsh: PROCLAMATION RECOGNIZING JOSHUA MARSH P-2019-20 WHEREAS, Joshua Marsh is a proud 2019 graduate of Monroe High School; and WHEREAS, Joshua Marsh ran track for four years at MHS, and WHEREAS, Joshua Marsh broke a 38-year-old record in the 110 hurdles and a 29-year-old record in the 300 hurdles; and WHEREAS, Joshua Marsh was named a Rocky River Conference champion three years in a row; and WHEREAS, Joshua Marsh competed in the State finals three of his four years in high school, placing second in the 110 hurdles and third in the 300 hurdles; and WHEREAS, Joshua Marsh's dedication and commitment to his sport have brought honor to his family, his school, and his community. NOW, THEREFORE, I Bobby G. Kilgore, by the virtue of the authority vested in me as Mayor of the City of Monroe, do hereby proclaim Joshua Marsh a vital part of the City of Monroe community and encourage all citizens to express appreciation and support for his accomplishments. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the Seal of the City of Monroe to be affixed this the 12th day of November, 2019. Item No. 5. United Senior Games State Finals Participants. Parks and Recreation Director Tonya Edwards recognized the 2019 United Senior Games State Finals participants: Debbie (, Byrum; Sonny Clinedinst; Kathy Cooper; Janet Efird; Grace Gibbs; Belinda Burgess-Purcel; Terri McBryde; Allison Morris; Charles Sasser; Rich Scalea; Sarah Traywick; and, Joe Weil. City Council Regular Meeting November 12, 2019 Page 216 Item No. 6. Bov Scout Troop #101. Mayor Kilgore recognized the members of Boy Scout Troop # 101 out of Marvin. Item No. 7. Public Comment Period. A. Edward Cook. Mr. Edward Cook addressed Council about the urban sprawl within the Secrest Short Cut and Fowler Secrest rural community. Mr. Cook stated that there were several subdivisions being proposed by MI Builders that were deeply concerning to him. He stated that he was also concerned about the green area and trees (including some as old as 200 years) being cut down with the developments. Mr. Cook stated that it was his understanding that there was a moratorium for building in the area and he wished the moratorium would continue. Mr. Cook stated that his number one concern was with the traffic in the area. He stated that he was representing 33 members of the community who expressed the same concern. City Attorney Shah -Khan advised that Council was not considering a building moratorium. He advised that the Planning Board would be discussing a building moratorium at an upcoming meeting and would then make a determination as to whether or not they would make a recommendation to Council on that issue. B. John Thomasson. Mr. John Thomasson addressed Council concerning the City allowing roof top solar. Mr. Thomasson stated that he elected to put a roof top solar system on his house. He advised that system was expensive and would not pay for itself in his lifetime. Mr. Thomasson advised that in the lifetime of the system, it would keep about 100 tons of carbon dioxide from going up in the air and was important to him. Mr. Thomasson advised that the City of Monroe did not like solar and he was advised that if he installed solar on his own roof to make his home more efficient, the City would turn off his power. He advised that the only way the City would allow him to make and use power to make the homes better and more efficient was if he gave all the power he produced to the City for which he would be paid three cents a kilowatt. Mr. Thomasson stated that he would have to buy his own power back and he would have to pay the City 12 cents a kilowatt hour. He stated that to make matters worse, he would have to pay sales tax on the power that he made and already paid sales tax on. Mr. Thomasson stated that this was wrong. Mr. Thomasson stated that the City's argument was that if they allowed people to create their own power, then those people were not going to be paying their fair share to maintain the grid. He stated that this argument had some logic. Mr. Thomasson stated that the theory and reality often were not the same thing. He asked why the City was charging nine cents a kilowatt hour if it cost three cents a kilowatt hour to maintain the grid. Mr. Thomasson stated that if someone looked at all the potential harm that could come from the City's Budget from people that would like to generate some of their own power for their own use and the total amount that they could make, City Council Regular Meeting November 12, 2019 Page 217 would have a meniscal impact on the City's Budget. He stated that creating his own power at peak times actually helped the City's Budget a little bit. Mr. Thomasson offered to assist the City with creating a Policy that was good for the environment, respected private -property rights and did not hurt the City's Budget. City Attorney Shah -Khan stated that this matter had already been discussed at the Public Enterprise Committee because of the issues related to the Buy -All, Sell -All arrangement. He advised that this was something that was required, a Committee had been formed to look at and was recommended by ElectriCities to its member utilities. City Attorney Shah -Khan stated that out of all the member utilities, he believed that there was only one member utility in ElectriCities that did not do the Buy -All, Sell -All. While Mr. Thomasson had raised concerns, City Attorney Shah -Khan stated that what was important was that there were solid reasons for the policy. He stated that while other utilities might do it differently, ElectriCities had recommended and the City had done the Buy -All, Sell -All policy. City Attorney Shah -Khan advised that this matter was not quite what Mr. Thomasson was suggesting. He advised that this was one of those issues where it was important for the City to be able to utilize the system and to ensure that connections to it are governed accordingly even when someone was using a solar power system. City Attorney Shah -Khan stated that this worked with Mr. Thomasson; however, he was not pleased with the City's system. Mayor Kilgore requested that Staff present an overview of the City's position on the policy of Buy -All, Sell -All for solar panel installations at an upcoming City Council Strategic Planning Meeting. Council Member Keziah stated that he would like to know how the surrounding areas were treating this situation. City Attorney Shah -Khan stated that based on discussions with ElectriCities, every public power utility except for one in the State was using the Buy -All, Sell -All program as opposed to a net metering program. He advised that Duke Energy used a net metering program but they also had shareholders. Mr. Thomasson stated that he had no doubt that ElectriCities was driving the bus. He suggested that ElectriCities had its own agenda that it was trying to fill. Mr. Thomasson stated that this was not necessarily the best policy for the citizens of Monroe. He respectfully requested that he be allowed to present data as well that shows what the budget drives. Mr. Thomasson advised that ElectriCities would say that the wholesale cost of power was three cents a kilowatt hour. He stated that the City's Budget and financial statements would show that Monroe was paying eight cents a kilowatt hour. Mr. Thomasson stated that he had no doubt that ElectriCities did not want to change their business but he would like to suggest that this business model was not the best thing for the people of Monroe. He stated that the people who had signed up for Buy -All, Sell -All were doing 4 it under duress. City Council Regular Meeting November 12, 2019 Page 218 Mr. Thomasson stated that the citizens had not been given an option and if they wanted solar, they had to sign up for the City's policy which came directly from ElectriCities. City Attorney Shah -Khan stated that Mr. Thomasson's statement was incorrect. He stated that Council made the decision and approved this arrangement years go. City Attorney Shah -Khan stated that ElectriCities only made a recommendation. He stated that like all the other member utilities of ElectriCities, the City of Monroe made the decision and Council made this decision years ago. C. Loretta Melancon. Ms. Loretta Melancon of Litter Busters of Union County advised that there were highly -littered streets within the City that she wanted to adopt as part of the clean-up efforts. However, she had been warned by the Police Department and other City Staff that the streets she was interested in adopting were unsafe. Ms. Melancon expressed concern with political signs being posted in the right-of-ways. She stated that she considered this eye littler. Ms. Melancon questioned if the City had a policy on signs. Mayor Kilgore advised that both the City and State had sign policies. Ms. Melancon asked if it was possible if the policies could be amended to reflect no signs would be allowed on a street. (4w,D. Louis Philippi. Mr. Louis Philippi advised that he served as an Alternate Member on the City's Board of Adjustment. Mr. Philippi stated that the Policy for Alternate Members who were not in a voting position had them sitting in the audience rather than at the dais with the Regular Members. He felt that it would be more beneficial for the Alternate Members to sit at the dais and participate to gain experience. E. Michele King. Ms. Michele King expressed concern regarding the big trucks in the Downtown area even though signage regarding no thru trucks was posted. Ms. King stated that the City was trying to be promoted as pedestrian friendly and a walkable City. She stated that these big trucks were a hazard. Ms. King stated that she understood there were some businesses in the Downtown area who received deliveries but she felt that the majority of the truck traffic was now delivering in Downtown. Ms. King requested that Council look into this matter. Council Member Keziah stated that this was an issue that should be addressed by the Public Safety Committee. City Attorney Shah -Khan noted that the City's ability to regulate state roads was limited. Council Member Anthony requested that Staff research the number and locations of no thru trucks signage in Downtown. City Council Regular Meeting November 12, 2019 Page 219 Council Member Keziah and Council Member Anthony requested that this information be brought back at a future meeting. F. Jennifer Smith. Ms. Jennifer Smith expressed concern with the truck traffic. Ms. Smith advised that the no truck signs had been up for 12 years. She advised that there were 12-15 big trucks that came through daily on Houston Street to get to Food Lion. Ms. Smith felt that cameras might be an option to help curtail this issue. CONSENT AGENDA Written background information was provided in advance in the Council Agenda Packet for each item on the Consent Agenda. One motion and vote was taken, which included approval of all items on the Consent Agenda. Item No. 8. Capital Project Budget Ordinance for Oak Hill Drive Drainage Improvement Project - Phase II. Engineering Director Jim Loyd advised by memorandum that pursuant to stormwater complaints from the residents within the Oak Hill Drive and Quail Drive area in October 2011, the Engineering Department retained Camp Dresser & McKee Smith (CDM) to conduct a drainage evaluation study for the Oak Hill Drive area. Mr. Loyd advised that in November 2012, CDM recommended that the existing driveway culverts along the 1300 block of Quail Drive and existing pipe under Oak Hill Drive in the 1100 block of Oak Hill Drive be replaced with a reinforced concrete box culvert (RCBC). In addition to replacing the existing pipe under Oak Hill Drive, Mr. Loyd advised that CDM recommended a 36" RCP bypass pipe to be installed (0, between 1108/1110 Oak Hill Drive and 1109/1111 Oak Hill Drive to reduce the flow to the proposed RCBC under Oak Hill Drive. He advised that CDM estimated the proposed drainage improvements in the Quail Drive and Oak Hill Drive neighborhood areas at $350,000. Due to budget constraints, Mr. Loyd advised that Staff recommended that the drainage improvements be constructed in three phases. He advised that as part of the budget process in Fiscal Year (FY) 2015, a project account (SU1501) was setup with stormwater utility funds transferred in FY 15,FY 16 and FY 17. Mr. Loyd advised that Staff recommended that Quail Drive and Oak Hill Drive drainage improvements be constructed in the following phases: • Quail Drive, Phase I — remove the existing 30" RCP driveway culverts and replace with RCBCs. The drainage improvements were completed in June 2016; • Oak Hill Drive, Phase I—Remove the existing 36" RCP under Oak Hill Drive in the 1100 block of Oak Hill Drive and replace with RCBC. The drainage improvements were completed in November 2016; and, • Oak Hill Drive, Phase II — Install 36: RCP between 1108/1110 Oak Hill Drive and 1109/1111 Oak Hill Drive. Mr. Loyd advised that as part of the Oak Hill Drive Phase II drainage improvement project, a permanent stormwater drainage and temporary construction easement was required from the property owners at 1108 Oak Hill Drive, 1109 Oak Hill Drive, 1110 Oak Hill Drive and 1111 Oak City Council Regular Meeting November 12,2019 Page 220 Hill Drive. He advised that Staff met with several property owners to discuss the proposed Oak tor Hill Phase II drainage improvements project. Pursuant to an easement letter request meeting, Mr. Loyd advised that the 1111 Oak Hill Drive property owner, Larry Helms,met with the Engineering Director on May 23, 2019 to confirm that he did not wish to grant an easement for the proposed drainage improvements along his side lot line. Since the completion of the Oak Hill Phase I project in November 2016, Mr. Loyd advised that Staff had not received any complaints from the residents of Oak Hill Drive regarding flooding. He advised that Staff did not recommend implementing legal action to obtain the necessary stormwater easement. Instead, Mr. Loyd advised that Staff proposed to use the remaining project funds of $129,320.14 to hire a private construction contractor to address several outstanding stormwater work orders. He advised that the proposed projects were as follows: 200 block of West Phifer Street; 3101 Patriot Drive; and, 3004 Duck Point Drive. Mr. Loyd advised that Staff presented this matter to the Public Enterprise Committee on October 15, 2019. Mr. Loyd advised that it was the recommendation of the Public Enterprise Committee and Staff that Council adopt a Capital Project Budget Ordinance transferring Project Funds from SU 1501 Quail and Oakhill Drive Improvements to a Project Fund for Storm Drain Improvements by closing the Quail Drive and Oak Hill Drive drainage improvement project account and creating a Storm Drain Improvement project account. LCouncil Member Anthony moved to adopt Capital Project Budget Ordinance BO-2019-19: CAPITAL PROJECT BUDGET ORDINANCE CLOSE COMPLETED CAPITAL PROJECT AND CREATE STORM DRAIN IMPROVEMENT PROJECT BO-2019-19 WHEREAS,a certain project that has been funded in prior years has been completed; WHEREAS,the project with remaining balance is identified as follows: • SU 1501 —Quail Drive and Oak Hill Drive Improvement $129,320.14 WHEREAS, it is desired that the remaining funding in the amount of$129,320.14 in project SU 1501 Quail Drive and Oak Hill Drive Improvement be transferred to project SU2001 for Storm Drain Improvements. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED, that the City Council of the City of Monroe establishes project SU2001 for Storm Drain Improvements, transfer funds from project SU1501 to project SU2001 by amending the following revenues and expenses: Stormwater Utility Capital Project Fund: Project SU1501 Expense: Reduce Capital Project Expenses ($129,320) Transfer to Project SU2001 $129,320 City Council Regular Meeting November 12,2019 Page 221 Project SU200 I Revenue: Transfer from Project SU1501 $129,320 Expense: Increase Capital Project Expenses $129,320 Adopted this 12th day of November,2019. Council Member McGee seconded the motion, which passed unanimously with the following votes: AYES: Council Members Anthony, Holloway, Keziah, �4McGee, Mayor Pro Tem Anderson and Mayor Kilgore r NAYS: None Item No. 9. Intersection Improvements Proposed for Rocky River Road (SR- 1007) and Weddington Road (NC 84). Engineering Director Jim Loyd advised by memorandum that the Charlotte Regional Transportation Planning Organization (CRTPO) opened a call for projects on August 19, 2019 in which all available discretionary federal and state funding sources would be considered for programming. Mr. Loyd advised that the application deadline for projects was October 31, 2019. He advised that the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) was submitting a project to improve the intersection of Rocky River Road (SR 1007) and (itie, Weddington Road (NC 84) to address traffic congestion. Mr. Loyd advised that based on their traffic analysis, NCDOT was recommending adding a left turn lane on each approach. He advised that a single-lane roundabout with turn lanes and a roundabout with dual thru lanes on NC 84 were both considered. Mr. Loyd advised that typically, NCDOT desired to have roundabouts provide an acceptable service level for at least ten years after construction. Based on their analysis, he advised that this would not be the case. Instead, he advised that NCDOT was proposing to add a left turn lane on each approach of the intersection. Mr. Loyd advised that NCDOT shared that turn lanes greatly improved the operation of the intersection while reducing the overall cost and more easily allowing to add capacity in the future if and when needed. He advised that the estimated cost for the planned improvements was just over$2 million total costs. Mr. Loyd advised that all funded projects required a minimum 20% local match. He advised that priority was given to projects that contributed a higher match than 20% since the higher contribution would free up discretionary funds. Mr. Loyd advised that NCDOT was anticipating being able to fund up to $750,000 for the project. He advised that the project was located partly within Monroe's corporate limits and partly within Union County and had been identified as a critical intersection in the Union County 2019 Critical Intersection Analysis. Mr. Loyd advised that the referenced critical intersection study was funded in part by CRTPO with Union County, municipalities and NCDOT Division 10 participating in the development of the listing. City Council Regular Meeting November 12,2019 Page 222 Mr. Loyd advised that Union County was willing to participate in the amount of $50,000 to improve the scoring of the project. He advised that the City's Engineering Department and Planning Department also recommend participation by the City of Monroe in the amount of $50,000. Mr. Loyd advised that the improvement was not Powell Bill eligible as the project involved improving NCDOT's infrastructure. He advised that the City's Finance Director advised that the City had an adequate General Fund balance to participate. If found acceptable and ultimately approved by Council, Mr. Loyd advised that a formal Municipal Agreement would be brought forward at a future date once provided by NCDOT. Mr. Loyd advised that Staff presented this matter to the Public Enterprise Committee on October 15, 2019. Mr. Loyd advised that it was the recommendation of the Public Enterprise Committee and Staff that Council approve the City's participation for the intersection improvements proposed at Rocky River Road (SR 1007) and Weddington Road(NC 84)to address traffic congestion in the amount of$50,000. Council Member Anthony moved to approve the City's participation for the intersection improvements proposed at Rocky River Road(SR 1007)and Weddington Road(NC 84)to address traffic congestion in the amount of$50,000. Council Member McGee seconded the motion,which passed unanimously with the following votes: (aroe, AYES: Council Members Anthony, Holloway, Keziah, McGee, Mayor Pro Tern Anderson and Mayor Kilgore NAYS: None Item No. 10. Minutes and Reports. A. Disbursement of Fiscal Year 2019-2020 City Council Discretionary Funds. 1) Mayor Pro Tern Gary Anderson. City Clerk Bridgette Robinson advised by memorandum that Staff had received a request from Mayor Pro Tern Gary Anderson for disbursement of City Council Discretionary Funds to Litter Busters of Union County in the amount of $150. Disbursements for Mayor Pro Tem Anderson follow: Date Recipient Fiscal Impact Amount Balance 07/01/2019 Discretionary Allocation FY 2019-2020 $3,000 07/02/2019 Ground 40 $500 $2,500 07/08/2019 Christian Family Care Home $300 $2,200 07/08/2019 Have a Heart Foundation of Union County $100 $2,100 07/19/2019 Center for Human Potential $150 $1,950 07/23/2019 Community Shelter of Union County $600 $1,350 08/05/2019 Monroe Rotary $150 $1,200 08/05/2019 Monroe Athletic Foundation $150 $1,050 08/28/2019 Union County Playmakers $500 $550 09/05/2019 Monroe Civitan Club $100 $450 City Council Regular Meeting November 12,2019 Page 223 09/29/2019 HELP Pregnancy Center $175 $275 09/24/2019 Litter Busters of Union County $150 $125 As this item was for informational purposes only, no action was required from Council. 2) Council Member Surluta Anthony. City Clerk Bridgette Robinson advised by memorandum that Staff had received a request from Council Member Surluta Anthony for disbursement of City Council Discretionary Funds to the Union County Chamber of Commerce in the amount of$15. Disbursements for Council Member Anthony follow: Date Recipient Fiscal Impact Amount Balance Ithor 07/01/2019 Discretionary Allocation Fiscal Year 2019-2020 $3,000 07/02/2019 Community Health Services of Union County,Inc. $1,000 $2,000 07/02/2019 Monroe High School Athletic Foundation $300 $1,700 07/02/2019 Rotary Club of Monroe $1,000 $700 09/05/2019 Winchester Alumni Association $375 $325 09/05/2019 Union County Branch NAACP $30 $295 09/18/2019 Heart for Monroe $145 $150 09/23/2019 Union County Chamber of Commerce $15 $135 As this item was for informational purposes only, no action was required from Council. (kirw' 3) Council Member Lynn Keziah. City Clerk Bridgette Robinson advised by memorandum that Staff had received a request from Council Member Lynn Keziah for disbursement of City Council Discretionary Funds to the Union County Playmakers in the amount of$2,200. Disbursements for Council Member Keziah follow: Date Recipient Fiscal Impact Amount Balance 07/01/2019 Discretionary Allocation FY 2019-2020 $3,000 10/23/2019 Union County Playmakers $2,200 $800 As this item was for informational purposes only, no action was required from Council. B. Financial Reports for October 2019. Financial Reports for October 2019 were received as information by Council. C. Minutes of Board of Adjustment Meeting of August 22, 2019. Minutes of the Board of Adjustment Meeting of August 22, 2019 were received as information by Council. D. Minutes of City Council Meetings of September 17, 2019, September 24, 2019 and October 1, 2019. Council Member Anthony moved to approve the Minutes of the City Council Meetings of September 17, 2019, September 24, 2019 and October 1, 2019. Council Member McGee seconded the motion, which passed unanimously with the following votes: AYES: Council Members Anthony, Holloway, Keziah, City Council Regular Meeting November 12,2019 Page 224 McGee, Mayor Pro Tern Anderson and Mayor Kilgore NAYS: None Cie E. Minutes of Downtown Advisory Board Meeting of August 27, 2019. Minutes of the Downtown Advisory Board Meeting of August 27,2019 were received as information by Council. F. Minutes of Historic District Commission Meeting of September 9, 2019. Minutes of the Historic District Commission Meeting of September 9, 2019 were received as information by Council. G. Minutes of Monroe Tourism Development Authority Meeting of September 12, 2019. Minutes of the Monroe Tourism Development Authority Meeting of September 12, 2019 were received as information by Council. H. Summary of Contracts Awarded, Change Orders Approved and City Manager's Settlement of Claims. City Manager E.L.Faison reported by memorandum the award of contracts pursuant to Ordinance 0-2001-17, change orders approved pursuant to Resolution R-2000-76 and the settlement of claims pursuant to Ordinance 0-2018-50: Date Name Purpose Fiscal Impact Fund Amount 09/23/2019 American Fence and Miscellaneous fence repairs at Parks and *$3,000 Supply Company various locations as needed Recreation 09/23/2019 Underwriters Testing of all ground ladders Fire $10,085 Laboratories and aerial apparatus in the Fire Department 09/23/2019 American Fence and Install new fencing/slide gate Fire $21,950 Supply Company on the new access road from Fire Station#4(3907 Old Charlotte Highway)to the Charlotte-Monroe Executive Airport 09/23/2019 Crossroads Body Collision repair of COM Human $15,000 Shop,LLC vehicles Resources 09/25/2019 AWP Provide traffic control and Energy Services *$4,999 flagging 09/25/2019 Waste Pro Community Development Planning and *$4,995 facilitates housing repair and Development community revitalization activities requiring the use of dumpsters for the removal of debris and portable toilets for volunteers 09/26/2019 Lewis Calvin Davis Lake Inspector for Lake Water $7,200 Monroe Resources 09/26/2019 Carolina Sports Provide officials and Parks and $18,000 Official scorekeepers for all recreation Recreation division athletics City Council Regular Meeting November 12,2019 Page 225 Date Name Purpose Fiscal Impact Fund Amount 09/26/2019 Kenneth Honeycutt Provide legal services for the Police $35,000 Police Department at the request of the Chief of Police and with the approval of the City Attorney 09/26/2019 Creative Food Provide miscellaneous catering Parks and $8,000 Concepts for MCC Golf Course Recreation tournaments, special events and sandwiches for resell in the Pro Shop as needed 09/26/2019 Maser Consulting Substation 3D Surveying and Energy Services $11,940 100 year and 500 year Floor Plain determination at Hal Coan Substation and Camp Sutton Substation 09/26/2019 Sander Resource Natural Gas Public Awareness Energy Services $5,000 Program 09/26/2019 Recreational For attractions for Halloween Parks and $11,320 Equipment, Inc. Festival,Easter Recreation Eggstravangaza and Christmas Tree Lighting 09/26/2019 Warriors and Warbirds Over Monroe Administration $10,000 (iippe Warbirds,Inc. 09/26/2019 ENERCO Energy Perform wood pole inspections Energy Services $20,000 Services,Inc. of its electric distribution and transmission poles for soundness and provide data related to those inspections 09/26/2019 Berlin Airlift Warbirds Over Monroe Administration *$3,200 Historical Foundation 09/27/2019 Superion Meter reading software mod Finance *$2,160 upgrade 09/27/2019 Northstar LNG Facility Energy Services $8,000 Engineering Services [CO#2] 09/27/2019 Northstar LNG Facility Energy Services *$1,700 Engineering Services [CO#3] 09/27/2019 Proairshow,LLC Warbirds Over Monroe Administration *$4,000 09/27/2019 Itek Graphics Printing of 35 Comprehensive Finance *$1,670 Annual Financial Reports 10/04/2019 TORO Service Agreement and Parks and *$2,544 extended warranty for the Toro Recreation Irrigation Controller Hardware/Software and Support Services 10/11/2019 Bouncing Your Way Inflatable and game rentals for Parks and *$470 Halloween event on October Recreation 25 at MAFC City Regular Re ular Meeting November 12,2019 Page 226 Date Name Purpose Fiscal Impact Fund Amount Cy 10/11/2019 Blended Ideas Group Provide movie theater Parks and *$3,184 advertisement and production Recreation for MAFC 10/11/2019 Lawrence Associates Survey minor subdivision plat Economic *$4,500 and metes and bounds Development description for Track L in the Monroe Corporate Center 10/11/2019 The Town Planner Various advertisements in the Parks and *$2,700 d/b/a Majestic Town Planner publication Recreation Marketing including multiple special events 10/11/2019 Majestic Marketing Advertising for MAFC in the Parks and *$2,600 Town Planner calendar Recreation 10/14/2019 Frost,LLC Warbirds Over Monroe Administration $6,000 10/14/2019 Dude Solutions, Inc. Online software license and Facility $12,699 support for Facility Maintenance Maintenance Operations 10/14/2019 Big Brothers Collision repair for COM Human $15,000 Collision Center, vehicles Resources LLC 10/14/2019 FX Helicopters,LLC Warbirds Over Monroe Administration $7,000 10/14/2019 EnviroMix,Inc. Provide a large bubble mixing Water $82,915 (Iresystem for the WTP reaction Resources basis 10/15/2019 Specialized Contract Claims Administration and Human $26,000 Administrators Service Agreement Resources 10/16/2019 Jerald I.Jeffers Warbirds Over Monroe Administration *$250 10/22/2019 Enterprise Leasing Warbirds Over Monroe Administration $6,000 Company— Southeast,LLC 10/22/2019 Warbirds Warbirds Over Monroe Administration $5,500 Adventures, Inc. 10/22/2019 Aquatic Restoration, Painting and restoration of two Parks and $5,062 LLC big slides at MAFC Water Recreation Park 10/22/2019 Hilltop Fish Fare& 2019 Employee Christmas Human $9,147 Steakhouse Luncheon Resources 10/22/2019 Skyway Floor To install VCT tile and cove Parks and *4,657 Covering vase in Meeting Room Kitchen Recreation at MAFC 10/22/2019 321 Equipment Pick up and deliver Conex Fire *$1,200 Company, Inc. Boxes as needed for the Monroe/Union County Training Grounds 10/22/2019 Johnson Controls Security alarm monitoring at Parks and *$1,440 Security Sutton Park Recreation Center Recreation 10/22/2019 TransUnion To access SSN for debt Finance *$1,275 collection 10/24/2019 Crom Coatings and Set a new sample line for Water $9,750 Restoration clearwell one Resources City Council Regular Meeting November 12,2019 Page 227 Date Name Purpose Fiscal Impact Fund Amount floo 10/24/2019 QEI,LLC Annual SCADA System Energy Services $22,500 Service and Support 10/24/2019 World War II Warbirds Over Monroe Administration *$2,000 Airborne Demonstration Team Foundation 10/24/2019 TransEast, Inc. Provide labor,materials,and Energy Services *$4,999 equipment to remove the internal ground on the Xo bushing of a transformer 10/25/2019 JM Cope Center Theatre construction Downtown $15,437 c [CO#6] 10/25/2019 DS Controls, Inc. Provide electrical engineering Water $32,000 design services for Resources improvements at the City WWTP and WTP 10/30/2019 Love Plumbing& Relocation of natural gas Energy Services *$4,999 Air Conditioning service lines 10/30/2019 Warriors and Warbirds Over Monroe Administration *$1,000 Warbirds, Inc. 10/31/2019 Matt Younkin Warbirds Over Monroe Administration $9,500 Airshows,Inc. (111we' *Approved by Department Director Total $509,547 The following is a settlement of claims through October 30, 2019: Date Claimant Claims Fiscal Impact Asserted Fund Amount 06/18/2019 Iryna Bychak Bodily Injury Paid by $1,000.00—City paid Date of Incident NCLM-RMS* bodily injury claim when City Parks and Recreation Vehicle collided with rear of tor Claimant's vehicle 09/23/2019 Barry Funderburk Property Paid by $1,190.75—City paid Date of Damage NCLM-RMS* property damage claim Incident** when City Police vehicle hit rear of Claimant's vehicle 10/04/2019 Tamika Clark Property Paid by $1,672.86—City paid Date of Damage NCLM-RMS* property damage claim Incident** after Water Resources employees created a low area after installing a temporary water line and Claimant's car drove over low area City Council Regular Meeting November 12,2019 Page 228 Date Claimant Claims Fiscal Impact Asserted and damaged front bumper 10/09/2019 Maria Octavia Challenge of None $0.00—City accepted Date of Rangel Cortes City Housing payment of$2,000.00 Settlement Code from claimant and Demolition of released remaining Property $6,650.00 of demolition lien in order ' to resolve all potential claims. City did not make a payment in the (ilwclaim. *Under terms of the insurance policy,NCLM-RMS has the discretion to settle and pay claims arising under the policy. Reported in accordance with Section 34.04 of the City Code. **NCLM-RMS'systems do not easily provide date of closure of claims. Therefore,date of incident is used for reporting purposes. This item was for informational purposes only; therefore, no action was required from Council. Item No. 11. Ordinances. A. Amending Code of Ordinances — Title V: Public Works, Chapter 55: Solid Waste to Modify Civil Penalties. Engineering Director Jim Loyd advised by memorandum that the Solid (taive Waste Division had been requested by Mayor Pro Tem Gary Anderson to prepare a proposal for increasing civil penalties for habitual offenders. Mr. Loyd advised that the City was enabled by North Carolina General Statute (N.C.G.S.) Section 14-4 (Violation of Local Ordinances) to establish fines not to exceed $500 with all civil penalties (fines) greater than $50 stated in the City's Ordinance. He advised that civil penalties were currently assessed in accordance with Chapter 55: Solid Waste of the Code of Ordinances. Mr. Loyd advised that in general, a civil penalty could be issued for placing solid waste, recyclables and bulky waste at the curbside earlier than 5:00 p.m. the day before the customer's service day and failing to remove carts by midnight on the customer's service day. He advised that the established civil penalties for improper placement and removal were $25 for solid waste and recycling carts with $50 assessed for bulky waste. Mr. Loyd advised that Staff was recommending increasing the civil penalty from $50 to $100 for placement of bulky waste items outside of the service day window for the customer. He advised that bulky items included but was not limited to items such as household furnishings, household appliances, mattresses, box springs, lawn equipment (such as sidewalk vacuums, rototillers, wheelbarrows, and other similar household items) and children's toys. Mr. Loyd advised that there was a small number of repeat offenders. He advised that it was fairly common for customers to place bulky items outside of the scheduled service day. Therefore, he advised that Staff recommended increasing the initial fine from $50 to $100 for these type violations in effort to stimulate overall compliance across the City. Based on the previous City Council Regular Meeting November 12,2019 Page 229 recommendation,Mr. Loyd advised that the fine amount would continue to be multiplied based on the documented times of noncompliance with a civil penalty assessed up to $500. He advised that Staff also recommended reassessing this matter in six months to see if the increased fee was improving placement compliance. Mr. Loyd advised that Staff presented this matter to the Public Enterprise Committee on October 15, 2019. Mr. Loyd advised that it was the recommendation of the Public Enterprise Committee and Staff that Council adopt an Ordinance increasing the civil penalty for repeat offenders and increasing the civil penalty for placing bulky waste outside of the scheduled service day from $50 to $100. Council Member Anthony moved to adopt Ordinance 0-2019-48: fir► ORDINANCE TO AMEND CITY OF MONROE CODE OF ORDINANCES TITLE V: PUBLIC WORKS CHAPTER 55: SOLID WASTE 0-2019-48 Preamble BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MONROE THAT TITLE V: PUBLIC WORKS, CHAPTER 55: SOLID WASTE OF THE CITY OF MONROE CODE OF (himr" ORDINANCES BE AMENDED AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Amend 55.05 REGULATIONS FOR CITY CUSTOMERS as follows: (8) Civil penalty. Any customer who places solid waste at curbside before 5:00 p.m. prior to the day of scheduled collection date or who fails to remove solid waste and/or containers from curbside by midnight on the day of collection may be issued a civil penalty in the amount of$25. Any person who fails to properly prepare or containerize solid waste for curbside collection may be issued a civil penalty in the amount of$25. Any customer whose carts are stored in front of the customer's home may be issued a civil penalty in the amount of$25. Violators shall be assessed a civil penalty based on the documented number of noncompliance citations multiplied by the established fee in this section, not to exceed$500. Section 2. Amend 55.06 REGULATIONS FOR NON-CITY CONTRACTED BULK CONTAINER SERVICES as follows: (H) Civil penalty. A civil penalty in the amount of$50 may be issued to any person in violation of this section. Violators shall be assessed a civil penalty based on the documented number of noncompliance citations multiplied by the established fee in this section,not to exceed$500. Section 3. Amend 55.07 COLLECTION OF RECYCLABLES as follows: (P. (I) Civil penalty. Any person who places a recyclables container at curbside earlier than 5:00 p.m.the day before the scheduled collection date or who fails to remove the container from curbside by midnight on the day of collection may be issued a City Council Regular Meeting November 12,2019 Page 230 civil penalty in the amount of$25. Any person who fails to properly prepare or containerize recyclables for curbside collection may be issued a civil penalty in the amount of$25. Any customer who repeatedly fails to properly prepare their recyclables container by placing solid waste within the container will be subject to the removal of the recycling container by the solid waste contractor. Violators shall be assessed a civil penalty based on the documented number of noncompliance citations multiplied by the established fee in this section, not to exceed$500. Section 4. Amend 55.08 COLLECTION OF BULKY ITEMS, APPLIANCES, AND WHITE GOODS as follows: (J) Bulky waste materials shall not be placed at the curb earlier than 5:00 p.m.the day before the scheduled collection date and shall be removed by midnight on the 46, collection day. (K) Civil penalty. A civil penalty in the amount of$100 may be issued to any person in violation of this section.Violators shall be assessed a civil penalty based on the documented number of noncompliance citations multiplied by the established fee in this section,not to exceed$500. Section 5. Amend 55.09 COLLECTION OF YARD WASTE as follows: (F) Civil penalty. Any person who fails to properly prepare yard waste for curbside collection or who places at the curbside yard waste that is not eligible for collection,may be issued a civil penalty in the amount of$50. Violators shall be assessed a civil penalty based on the documented number of noncompliance citations multiplied by the established fee in this section,not to exceed$500. Section 6. Amend 55.12 REMOVAL OF DEBRIS RESULTING FROM CONSTRUCTION, DEMOLITION OR REPAIR OF BUILDINGS as follows: (B) Civil penalty. A civil penalty in the amount of$50 may be issued to any person in violation of this section. Violators shall be assessed a civil penalty based on the documented number of noncompliance citations multiplied by the established fee in this section,not to exceed$500. Section 7. This Ordinance shall be effective upon adoption. Adopted this 12th day of November,2019. Council Member McGee seconded the motion, which passed unanimously with the following votes: AYES: Council Members Anthony, Holloway, Keziah, McGee, Mayor Pro Tem Anderson and Mayor Kilgore NAYS: None B. Amending Code of Ordinances—Title VII: Traffic Code, Chapter 75: Traffic Schedules — Schedule I — Speed Limits, Section (B) titled "Speed Limits — City Maintained Streets" to Modify Camelia Drive and Sowell Street. Engineering Director Jim Loyd advised by City Council Regular Meeting November 12,2019 Page 231 memorandum that Staff had received a request from a resident of Camelia Drive to lower the speed limit. Mr. Loyd advised that all streets within the corporate limits were designated 35 mph unless Cur otherwise posted. He advised that to provide uniformity in speed limits, it was recommended that Sowell Street also be included by Ordinance. Mr. Loyd advised that per the Neighborhood Speed Limit Policy, signs could be posted at the entrance to the neighborhood to restrict the speed limit for the entire neighborhood. He advised that by Policy, a "Neighborhood" plaque would be mounted above the speed limit sign with an "Unless Otherwise Posted"plaque mounted below the speed limit sign. Mr. Loyd advised that Staff presented this matter to the Public Safety Committee on June 17,2019. Mr. Loyd advised that it was the recommendation of the Public Safety Committee and Staff that Council adopt an Ordinance amending Schedule I: (B) Speed Limits to reduce the speed limit on Camelia Drive and Sowell Street from 35 mph to 25 mph. Council Member Anthony moved to adopt Ordinance 0-2019-33: ORDINANCE TO AMEND CITY OF MONROE CODE OF ORDINANCES TITLE VII: TRAFFIC CODE CHAPTER 75: TRAFFIC SCHEDULES 0-2019-33 BE IT ORDAINED by the City of Monroe Council that Title VII: Traffic Code, Chapter 75 — Traffic Schedules of the City of Monroe Code of Ordinances is amended as follows: Section 1. Amend SCHEDULE I. SPEED LIMITS, Section(B) City Maintained Streets to add: Street Description Speed Limit Camelia Drive Entire Length 25 MPH Sowell Street Entire Length 25 MPH Section2. This Ordinance shall be effective upon adoption. Adopted this 12th day of November,2019. Council Member McGee seconded the motion, which passed unanimously with the following votes: AYES: Council Members Anthony, Holloway, Keziah, McGee, Mayor Pro Tem Anderson and Mayor Kilgore NAYS: None Item No. 12. Tax Releases for September 2019. Finance Director Lisa Strickland advised by memorandum that the refunds and releases of taxes pursuant to North Carolina General Statute tir §105-381 for September 2019 were $2,861.06. Ms. Strickland advised that the releases were created by a change or reduction in value for the City of Monroe by the Union County Tax Assessor. City Council Regular Meeting November 12,2019 Page 232 Ms. Strickland advised that the Union County Commissioners had previously approved these releases and Staff was now requesting that Council approve the tax releases for September 2019 in the amount of$2,861.06. Council Member Anthony moved to approve tax refunds and/or releases for September 2019 in the amount of $2,861.06. Council Member McGee seconded the motion, which passed unanimously with the following votes: AYES: Council Members Anthony, Holloway, Keziah, McGee, Mayor Pro Tern Anderson and Mayor Kilgore NAYS: None REGULAR AGENDA Item No. 12. Center Theatre. Assistant City Manager Brian Borne advised that Clearscapes Architects and JM Cope had requested approval of Change Order#7 related to the renovation and addition of the Center Theatre. Mr. Borne advised that the Change Order entailed a permanent basement dehumidification system and drainage in the amount of$121,024.64. He advised that the total amount of Change Order #7 in the amount of$121,024.64 was being requested. (imo, In accordance with Resolution R-2000-76, Mr. Borne advised that Council was required to authorize all Change Orders exceeding $50,000. He advised that this would bring the total contract amount for construction to $5,828,089.45. Mr. Borne advised that due to timing, this matter was not presented to the General Services Committee. However, General Services Committee Chair Lynn Keziah agreed to move this item to full Council for consideration. Mr. Borne advised that it was the recommendation of Staff and Clearscapes that Council approve Change Order #7, adopt Capital Project Budget Ordinance for the Center Theatre construction in the amount of$121,024.64 and authorize the City Manager to execute any and all necessary documents. A. Change Order #7. Council Member Keziah moved to approve Change Order #7 which entailed a permanent basement dehumidification system and drainage in the amount of $121,024.64. Council Member Holloway seconded the motion, which passed unanimously with the following votes: AYES: Council Members Anthony, Holloway, Keziah, McGee, Mayor Pro Tem Anderson and Mayor Kilgore NAYS: None City Council Regular Meeting November 12,2019 Page 233 B. Capital Proiect Budget Ordinance. Council Member Keziah moved to adopt Capital Project Budget Ordinance BO-2019-20: tof CAPITAL PROJECT BUDGET ORDINANCE CENTER THEATRE PROJECT BO-2019-20 WHEREAS,City of Monroe,North Carolina(the"City")has purchased the property and roughly 15,000-square foot brick structure located at 120 S. Main Street; and WHEREAS, it has been determined previously that a cultural arts facility will be an asset to the city and attract residents from surrounding areas by providing cultural and entertainment opportunities in Monroe;and (1110 WHEREAS,the Center Theatre is currently under construction;and WHEREAS,an allocation is needed to secure permanent basement dehumidification and drainage for the Center Theatre; and NOW,THEREFORE,BE IT ORDAINED that the City Council of the City of Monroe transfers the following to capital project GB 1702 for Center Theatre permanent basement dehumidification and drainage: General Fund: Revenue: (00, Appropriation of Fund Balance $121,025 Expense: Transfer out to Other Funds $121,025 Governmental Capital Project Fund: Revenue: Transfer in from Other Funds $121,025 Expense: Capital $121,025 Mayor Pro Tem Anderson seconded the motion, which passed unanimously with the following votes: AYES: Council Members Anthony, Holloway, Keziah, McGee, Mayor Pro Tern Anderson and Mayor Kilgore NAYS: None C. City Manager to Execute Documents. Council Member Keziah moved to authorize the City Manager to execute any and all necessary documents with regard to Change Order #7 for the Center Theatre project. Council Member Anthony seconded the motion, which passed unanimously with the following votes: AYES: Council Members Anthony, Holloway, Keziah, McGee, Mayor Pro Tern Anderson and Mayor Kilgore NAYS: None City Council Regular Meeting November 12,2019 Page 234 Item No. 13. Holiday Schedules for Thanksgiving and Christmas. Mayor Pro Tem Anderson tiv moved to amend the Thanksgiving Holiday Schedule and approve City Offices being closed an additional day, November 27, 2019, for Thanksgiving. Council Member Keziah seconded the motion. Council Member McGee recommended that the Thanksgiving Holiday Schedule be permanently amended to give employees the Wednesday before Thanksgiving off. Mayor Pro Tem Anderson advised that he was agreeable to the amendment. Council Member Keziah moved to permanently amend the Thanksgiving and Christmas Holiday d` Schedules to close City Offices for three days at Thanksgiving (the Wednesday before) and three i�r days at Christmas. Council Member Anthony seconded the motion, which unanimously passed with the following votes: AYES: Council Members Anthony, Holloway, Keziah, McGee, Mayor Pro Tem Anderson and Mayor Kilgore NAYS: None Item No. 14. Closed Session pursuant to North Carolina General Statute Sections 143- 318.11(a)(1), (a)(3) —Eastwood Construction LLC, d/b/a Eastwood Homes v. City of Monroe. (400, Council Member Holloway moved to go into closed session pursuant to North Carolina General Statutes Sections 143-318.11(a)(1) and (a)(3) to prevent the disclosure of information that is privileged or confidential pursuant to the law of this State or of the United States,or not considered a public record within the meaning of Chapter 132 of the General Statutes to preserve the attorney- client privilege between the City's attorneys and the City Council and to consider and give instructions to the City's attorneys concerning the handling of judicial actions, specifically in the cases of Eastwood Construction, LLC and Eastwood Construction, LLC d/b/a Eastwood Homes v. City of Monroe. Council Member Anthony seconded the motion, which passed unanimously with the following votes: AYES: Council Members Anthony, Holloway, Keziah, McGee, Mayor Pro Tern Anderson and Mayor Kilgore NAYS: None Upon return from Closed Session, Council Member Keziah moved to return to Regular Session. Council Member Anthony seconded the motion, which passed unanimously with the following votes: AYES: Council Members Anthony, Holloway, Keziah, McGee, Mayor Pro Tern Anderson and Mayor Kilgore NAYS: None tor City Council Regular Meeting November 12,2019 Page 235 There being no further business, Council Member Keziah moved to adjourn the City Council Regular Meeting of November 12, 2019 at 7:15 p.m. Council Member Anthony seconded the motion, which passed unanimously with the following votes: AYES: Council Members Anthony, Holloway, Keziah, McGee, Mayor Pro Tem Anderson and Mayor Kilgore NAYS: None - ta 41:411, u obby G. Kilgor: Mayor Attest: rAti,:sra A. Brid:- H. Robinson, City lerk OF MOH ip 18 44 4 M CAR \' (iipe (1100 City Council Regular Meeting November 12,2019 Page 236