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Town of Nolensville
Board of Mayor and Aldermen Meeting
Date: July 11, 2019 Time 7:00 p.m.
Nolensville Town Hall, 7218 Nolensville Road

Mayor Jimmy Alexander opened the meeting at 7:05 p.m.  Board members present:  Mayor Alexander, Aldermen Derek Adams, Tommy Dugger, and Larry Felts.  Staff present: Town Engineer Don Swartz, Planner Sarah Sitterle, Counsel Bob Notestine, and Recorder Kali Mogul.  There were 68 citizens present.

Alderman Larry Felts led the prayer and pledge.  Mayor Alexander spoke about his process for filling the alderman seat vacated by Jason Patrick.  He noted there are many competent, capable people in Nolensville, but he determined that Wendy Cook-Mucci would be the most qualified person to fill the seat, and she agreed to take on the role.  He read a bio on Ms. Cook-Mucci and nominated her for Alderman of the Town of Nolensville.  Alderman Felts seconded the motion.  Alderman Adams said he would abstain from voting since he was unaware of Ms. Cook-Mucci and felt that Russell Gill should have been the pick to fill the role.  Alderman Dugger noted that Mayor Alexander’s last appointment of Jason Patrick was a solid appointment.  The vote to confirm Alderman Cook-Mucci was 3 – 0, with Alderman Adams’ abstention.

Alderman Cook-Mucci was sworn in, and photos were taken to commemorate the event.

Next, Mr. Joe Cosentini, Management Consultant with MTAS, presented profile details for the Town Administrator role and an overview of the process for selecting candidates.  The qualifications and timeline for recruitment were presented.  Comments and questions from the Board included the length of time for the process, communication with the public, setting up a citizen advisory committee, and rolling the public information officer duties into the administrator position.  Counsel Notestine suggested the possibility of holding a special meeting to approve the qualifications and profile.

Ms. Michelle Horswill-Johnston of 7044 Nolen Park Circle said she would like to know more about the Southwalk development but yielded her time to Ms. Joan Lawler.

Mr. Jared Rossin of 910 Whittmore Drive expressed concerns over items the Whittmore residents believe are incomplete.

Ms. Tera Brock of 806 Stonebrook Boulevard spoke on behalf of her Stonebrook neighbors about the noise disturbance caused by Wheeler’s Raid Distillery.

Mr. Gregory Hibbard of 3121 Ballenger Drive said he would like to join the search committee to find a Town Administrator.

Ms. Joyce Powers of 1023 Bitticks Creek said she would like to know more about the Southwalk development and yielded her time to Ms. Joan Lawler.

Ms. Lisa Garramone of 3144 Bradfield Drive expressed deep concern about the ponds and deficiencies in Summerlyn and dangerous intersections.

Ms. Christa Tidwell of 428 Larkhill Lane commented about safety, roads, speed limits, oversight and progress.

Ms. Heather Bates of 1916 Pomegranate Place requested an item be placed on the next BOMA agenda regarding roads.  The intersection at York and Nolensville Road, the Major Thoroughfare Plan, the Bypass, and Sunset Road were mentioned.

Mr. Doug Neal of 9712 Clovercroft Road commented about the intersection at York and Nolensville Road and the death of Ms. Nikki Walden at the intersection.  Mr. Walden showed pictures of Ms. Walden.  Mr. Neal asked for at least a four-way stop at the intersection.

Ms. Caitlin Luszczek of 6037 Christmas Drive spoke about her concern over roads and the need for correction at Nolensville and York Road.

Mr. Mike Luszczek of 6037 Christmas Drive said responsiveness from staff is lacking.

Mr. Robert Hatcher of 1010 Austin Court spoke about the dangerous intersection at York and Nolensville Road.

Ms. Kelley Crummitt of 400 Ramblewood Lane asked that the Board consider a referendum for Southwalk.  She suggested a roundabout instead of a traffic light or four-way stop at Nolensville and York Road.

Ms. Joan Lawler of 1540 Pumpkin Ridge Court used her time and time from other citizens to present some research information on Southwalk and similar developments.  Details about sales tax, population, traffic, and accessibility of various mixed-use developments concerned her.  She compared and contrasted Avalon in Georgia and Santana Row in San Jose, California.

Mr. Jim Lawler of 1540 Pumpkin Ridge Court commented on the amount of sales that would be required to generate the tax revenue promised by the developer.  Mr. Lawler also pointed out the steep rent that would need to be charged to achieve the return.

Following citizen’s comments, Alderman Felts moved to approve the minutes from the Board meeting of June 6th, 2019, seconded by Alderman Dugger.  Alderman Cook-Mucci recused herself.  The minutes were approved by a vote of 4 – 0. 

Alderman Felts made a motion to approve the Treasurer’s report from May of 2019, seconded by Alderman Adams.  Upon a vote, the report was approved unanimously.

COMMITTEE REPORTS:

Ms. Kelley Crummitt with the Trees and Trails Committee requested to report out of order.  Ms. Crummitt distributed a map illustrating the local trails with proposed names for them.  Trees and Trails will hold the second annual Lantern Parade on November 2nd as a fundraiser to purchase mile markers for the trails.  The estimate for each mile marker is about $270.00.  They would be placed every quarter mile, so every mile will cost just over $1,000.  The committee is focusing on the trail in the center of the map tentatively named “Nolen” to be the first trail marked.

Mayor Alexander noted that Town Planner Sarah Sitterle has resigned from her position—she will be moving out of town prior to the next BOMA meeting.  Sitterle reported on behalf of the Planning Department and Planning Commission. 

At the June 11th Planning Commission meeting, action was taken on the following items:
* Southwalk Concept Plan and Rezoning, approved
* Telfair Amenities Area Site Plan, approved
* Brittain Downs East Preliminary Plat and Final PUD plan, approved
* Plan of service for the annexation of the McGowan property, approved
* Plan of service for the annexation of the Williams property, approved

At the July 9th Planning Commission meeting, action was taken on the following items:

* Public Hearing for Land Use Amendment of 7364 Nolensville Road
* Maxwell Acres Sketch Plan, reviewed but no action required
* Dylan Woods Monument Sign Site Plan, approved
* Alton Cove Final Plat, approved
* Dylan Woods Final Plat, approved
* 7305 Nolensville Road Site Plan, approved
* Land Use Plan Amendment of 7364 Nolensville Road, disapproved
* Whittmore PUD Amendment for Street Tree Relocation and Trail Segment Removal, deferred

A public workshop pertaining to the Zoning Ordinance update is scheduled for Tuesday, July 16th at 6:00 p.m.

The Sunset Road improvement project is on schedule.  The road is anticipated to open October or November.  A lane swap will happen soon so that work can begin on the south side.  The Rocky Fork Road rehabilitation has been completed except for the permanent striping.  Core sampling has been completed, and Collier Engineering is working on the report.  Once that report is in-hand, the Board can consider future road work on Kidd, Clovercroft, York, and Sam Donald Roads with a better idea of the scope.  Regarding the intersection at Nolensville at Williams/York Road, TDOT decided the intersection does not meet their criteria for funding the signalization.  The Region III/Spot Safety Traffic Engineer has indicated they do not object to the signal but are out of money.  Some options are for the Town to fund the signalization, round-about or four way stop.  The accident history does satisfy the warrant for the signalization.  Even though the State will not participate in the funding, the Town can rely on the study performed by T-Square Engineering to improve the intersection.  There was some discussion about installing a round-about, a flashing beacon, or even a four-way stop.  A round-about would require TDOT participation and permitting.  There was additional discussion about a permanent speed limit sign.

There was some discussion about the MPO and possible funding for roads like Clovercroft and Rocky Fork Road, how the traffic counts are measured.  The Bypass was discussed.  Alderman Adams inquired about why no Nolensville Roads are on the MPO list for funding.  Alderman Adams was designated as the MPO representative for Nolensville.

Assistant Chief of the Fire Department Troy presented the monthly report for calls in June.  327 total calls year to date were in the Town of Nolensville.  He reported the stipend program started the previous meeting. 

Police Chief Roddy Parker presented his monthly report, detailing criminal activity, stop data and crash totals.  He reviewed the hours worked by officers and detective, detailed training hours, and noted hours served by the reserve officers.  Parker thanked his team for working the Star-Spangled Celebration.  He reminded citizens to lock their cars and close their garages at night.  A citizens-police academy for kids will take place next week at the Historic School.   

Mr. Kyle Billingsley reported for the Public Works department detailing hours worked, projects and expenses.  Department members worked between 17 and 20 hours on the day of the Star-Spangled Celebration.  Outstanding projects are crosswalk installation in Bent Creek and storm drain cleanout.  Four contractors have been contacted about staining bridges at the trail head.  The sign replacement program is underway.  All traffic signs are being brought up to the minimum standards.  Billingsley mentioned that Nolensville Road is a state road, so TDOT is responsible for mowing the rights-of-way.  If the Town accepts the responsibility of mowing the ROW, the Town would also take on the responsibility for snow and trash removal.  Billingsley is investigating the possibility of negotiating reimbursement for mowing the ROW.  There was a brief discussion about the potholes on Johnson Industrial and the funds for staining the pedestrian bridge.

There was no report for the Historic Zoning Commission.

Recorder Kali Mogul read an e-mailed report on behalf of the Town Events Committee.  The estimated attendance of the Star-Spangled Celebration was between 8,000 and 10,000 people.  The Committee thanked the Police Department and Public Works Department and they are looking forward to the Veteran’s Day breakfast and parade.

Next, Mayor Alexander moved to approve the consent agenda, which included (a) Resolution 19-11, a resolution to declare certain property of the Town of Nolensville surplus and provide the authority to the mayor to dispose of said surplus items; (b) Resolution 19-12, a resolution to release The Jones Company of Tennessee, LLC from maintenance bonding for roads and public improvements within Whitney Park, Phase 2; (c) Resolution 19-13, a resolution to release SAF Properties, LLC from maintenance bonding for roads and public improvements within Brittain Downs Phase 4, Section 2; and (d) Resolution 19-14, a resolution accepting a cash donation to the Nolensville Police Department from Farm Bureau Insurance. Alderman Dugger seconded.  When a vote was called, the motion passed unanimously.

At 9:24 p.m., Mayor Alexander opened a public hearing on Resolution 19-15, a resolution of the Board of Mayor and Aldermen of the Town of Nolensville to adopt a plan of service for the annexation of property referenced in the Williamson County Tax Maps as a portion of Map 58, Parcel 02900 at the request of the property owners.  With no comments, the public hearing was closed at 9:24 p.m.

At 9:25 p.m., Mayor Alexander opened a public hearing on Resolution 19-16, a resolution of the Board of Mayor and Aldermen of the Town of Nolensville to adopt a plan of service for the annexation of property referenced in the Williamson County Tax Maps as a portion of Map 57, Parcel 02001 and Map 57, Parcel 02002 and rights-of-way at the request of the property owners.  With no comments, the public hearing was closed at 9:25 p.m.

Developer Matthew Chilvers introduced the master concept P.U.D. plan for Southwalk.  He detailed commercial revenue and permitting fees that would be generated by the project.  There was a lengthy discussion about water runoff, water quality, lack of incorporated green space, the density and number of residential units included in the plan, amenities for the residences, traffic, and height of the buildings.  There was considerable debate about the impact on the Nolen Park neighborhood, connection, and the potential for an easement with Nolen Park.  Mr. Chilvers maintained that if the concept plan fails, the property backing up to Nolen Park will be developed as warehouses and other industrial uses.  The approval for Market Square was referenced several times.  There was also discussion about what happens to a parcel once it has been rezoned and whether a PUD plan could be abandoned.  There was additional deliberation about density and the proposed 9.6 dwelling units per acre.

After extensive conversation, Alderman Adams moved to approve Ordinance 19-10 to approve a P.U.D. concept plan known as Southwalk and rezone the property to Commercial Services with a P.U.D. overlay (CS/PUD).  Alderman Dugger seconded.  After additional dialogue, a roll call vote was taken.  The motion was approved by a vote of 4 – 1, with Mayor Alexander opposed. 

Mayor Alexander made a motion to approve Resolution 19-15, a resolution of the Board of Mayor and Aldermen of the Town of Nolensville to adopt a plan of service for the annexation of property referenced in the Williamson County Tax Maps as a portion of Map 58, Parcel 02900 at the request of the property owners.  Alderman Felts seconded, and the motion passed unanimously.

Mayor Alexander made a motion to approve Resolution 19-16, a resolution of the Board of Mayor and Aldermen of the Town of Nolensville to adopt a plan of service for the annexation of property referenced in the Williamson County Tax Maps as a portion of Map 57, Parcel 02001 and Map 57, Parcel 02002 and rights-of-way at the request of the property owners.  Alderman Cook-Mucci seconded, and the motion passed unanimously.

Mayor Alexander wished Sarah Sitterle well.  Alderman Adams mentioned he is hoping to relaunch the  Economic Development Committee.  Alderman Dugger welcomed Alderman Cook-Mucci to the Board.

The Mayor adjourned the meeting at 10:55 p.m.

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2019-06 BOMA Meeting Minutes 

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Town of Nolensville
Board of Mayor and Aldermen Meeting
Date: June 6, 2019 Time 7:00 p.m.
Nolensville Town Hall, 7218 Nolensville Road

Mayor Jimmy Alexander opened the meeting at 7:03 p.m.  Board members present:  Mayor Alexander, Aldermen Derek Adams, Tommy Dugger, Larry Felts, and Jason Patrick.  Staff present: Town Engineer Don Swartz, Planner Sarah Sitterle, Counsel Bob Notestine, and Recorder Kali Mogul.  There were 82 citizens present.

Alderman Jason Patrick led the prayer.  Mayor Alexander mentioned observance of D-Day prior to the pledge of allegiance.  Boy Scout Troop 298 led the pledge of allegiance.

Ms. Paulette Jackson of 804 Stonebrook Blvd. gave history on her complaints to the Police Department about noise.  Her home backs up to Wheeler’s Raid Distillery.

Mr. Todd Jackson of 804 Stonebrook Blvd. spoke regarding the noise ordinance and is very upset about the volume coming from Wheeler’s Raid Distillery.

Mayor Alexander recognized Commissioner Beth Lothers and thanked her for attending the meeting.

Mr. Russell Gill of 1528 Pumpkin Ridge Court spoke in favor of protecting Creekside Drive and the Adams amendment to the budget.  He also expressed concern about the newspaper article indicating devices had been destroyed by the former Town Administrator.

Mr. David Huffman of 8016 Warren Drive presented information collected in a survey at good4nolensville.com. 

Miss Campbell Hatcher of 1010 Austin Court expressed concern about the noise ordinance and how it would affect the Nolensville Band.

Mr. Robert Hatcher of 1010 Austin Court commented on the need for a traffic light at Nolensville Road and York Road and pointed out the description of the Town Administrator position is listed in the Municipal Code.

Ms. Tera Brock of 806 Stonebrook Boulevard spoke about the loud music coming from Wheeler’s Raid Distillery.

Mr. Robert Verell of 1271 Creekside Drive called for information on the devices destroyed by the Town Administrator Ken McLawhon. 

Ms. Caitlin Luszczek of 6037 Christmas Drive questioned why the Town Administrator position has not been posted.  She referenced Mr. Huffman’s survey.

Mr. Bradley Field of 1712 Kirkpark Court is concerned about the opening of Kirkpark Court with the connection of the new Beazer PUD on Rocky Fork Road. 

Ms. Rebecca Barnes of 810 Stonebrook Boulevard spoke in opposition to the noise ordinance on the agenda and in support of Wheeler’s Raid Distillery.

Ms. Elizabeth Sykes of 2029 Catalina Way represents Wheeler’s Raid.  She said the noise ordinance is arbitrary and capricious. 

Mr. Matthew Chilvers of 410 Whistler Cove spoke in opposition to the noise ordinance as a developer.

Mr. Bob Hayes of 2384 Rocky Fork Road spoke in favor of the Rocky Fork Road PUD by Beazer Homes but is opposed to the proposed deceleration lane.

Mr. Tyler Spaid of 1383 Creekside Drive spoke in favor of the Rocky Fork Road PUD with the cul-de-sac amendment.

Ms. Anne Devlin of 1404 Trumpet Lilly Place asked the Board to vote in favor of the Rocky Fork Road PUD with the cul-de-sac.

Mayor Alexander then moved to approve the minutes of the Board meeting of May 2nd, 2019, seconded by Alderman Dugger. Alderman Dugger acknowledged the citizen e-mail regarding the minutes but said they are summarized correctly in the minutes presented.  Alderman Adams inquired about why the minutes can’t be changed to say what the citizen meant.  Counsel Notestine said the audio CD is the verbatim record of the minutes.  The hand-written minutes are a summary.  The motion passed unanimously.

Mayor Alexander made a motion to approve the Treasurer’s report through April 2019, seconded by Alderman Patrick and approved unanimously. 

COMMITTEE REPORTS:

Town Planner Sarah Sitterle reported on behalf of the Planning Department and Planning Commission. 
At the May 14th Planning Commission meeting, action was taken on the following items:
* Cortner final plat, approved
* All God’s Children Site Plan amendment, deferred
* Southwalk Concept PUD Plan and rezoning, deferred
* Plan of service for the annexation of rights-of-way adjacent to Burkitt Village on Kidd Road and adjacent to Telfair on Sanford Road, approved

Town Engineer Don Swartz reported that the temporary signal on Sunset Road had been installed.  The timing of the signal is still being tweaked to keep traffic from backing up on Nolensville Road.  Collier Engineering expects to start the coring on Rocky Fork Road next week followed by the other roads on the list.  Swartz confirmed that there will be 50 core samples cultivated from five roads: Kidd, Rocky Fork, Clovercroft, Sam Donald, and York Roads.  Alderman Patrick confirmed a memo of understanding from the Town of Nolensville is being sent to Williamson County Schools about the connector from Brittain Downs to Sunset School. 

Fire Chief Adam Spencer presented his monthly report for calls in May.  He clarified the amount from the Town to the NVFD is about $178,000.00.  He detailed the number and types of calls for the month and provided a breakdown of number of hours for the volunteer firefighters.  Primary needs are having someone on staff full-time 24 hours a day and having someone on hand to drive the truck.  Stipends for fire fighters and/or funding a couple of people full-time are considered crucial.  Spencer requested additional funding—they need upgraded equipment.  Chief Spencer said he would rather have paid firemen than a paid chief. 

Police Chief Roddy Parker presented his monthly report, including criminal activity, stop data and crash totals.  He reviewed the hours worked by officers and detective, detailed training hours, and noted hours served by the reserve officers.   

Mr. Kyle Billingsley reported for the Public Works department.  One hundred pounds of trash were picked up.  Time will be dedicated to touching up paint at Town Hall.  Outstanding projects are crosswalk installation, bid collection for staining the bridges at the trail head, and storm drain cleanout.  Billingsley noted the Adopt-A-Highway statewide coordinator had finally been in touch after a couple of months.  Currently, there are no groups within Town limits participating in the program.  Groups are required to deal directly with TDOT on this program and can find information online.  He also reported that when Public Works first began picking up illegal temporary signs, 50 – 75 were collected each weekend.  A total of five signs were picked up each of the last three weekends.

There was no report for the Historic Zoning Commission.

There was no report for the Town Events Committee.  Alderman Dugger pointed out that the Town’s Star-Spangled Celebration is Saturday, June 29th.

There was no report for the Trees and Trails Committee.

At 8:29 p.m., Mayor Alexander opened a public hearing on Resolution 19-09, a resolution of the Board of Mayor and Aldermen of the Town of Nolensville to adopt a plan of service for the annexation of rights-of-way on Kidd Road abutting phase 5 of the Burkitt Village in Nolensville and Sanford Road abutting Telfair phase 1 in Nolensville.  With no comments, the public hearing was closed at 8:30 p.m.

Then, Mayor Alexander moved to approve on second reading Ordinance 19-06, as amended, an ordinance to approve the Rocky Fork Road master concept P.U.D. plan in Nolensville, Tennessee and rezone the property suburban residential with a P.U.D. overlay (SR/P.U.D.).  Alderman Adams seconded the motion.  There was a brief discussion about the deceleration lane and the potential of adding a speed hump at Kirkpark Court.  Mr. Will Smith with Beazer Homes confirmed that the company is not seeking the addition of two lots at this time.  The motion passed unanimously.

Alderman Patrick then made a motion to approve on second reading Ordinance 19-07, an ordinance of the Town of Nolensville, Tennessee adopting a budget for fiscal year July 1, 2019 - June 30, 2020.  Alderman Felts seconded the motion.  Alderman Adams asked to remove the budget line item for the PIO.  Alderman Patrick said there has been a groundswell in requests for the Town to provide more communication, response to media inquiries and public records requests, which was the impetus for the PIO position.  Alderman Adams moved to amend the budget by removing the PIO line item, seconded by Alderman Dugger.  When the vote was taken, the motion passed unanimously.

There was discussion about the budgeted line item for police vehicles.  Alderman Dugger moved to amend the budget by removing two vehicles from adequate facilities and adding them to the general fund, seconded by Alderman Patrick.  The motion passed by unanimous vote.  Counsel Notestine noted that the budget must be balanced.  Finance Director Julie Wilson clarified that she will keep a running balance on all the amendments. 

Alderman Adams proposed using the $45,000.00 reserved for the PIO and an additional $15,000.00 to hire a full-time fire chief.  There was a lengthy discussion about hiring a full-time chief versus fire staff stipends.  Alderman Patrick, after working with Board President Tom Seyfried, suggested adding $40,000.00 to the NVFD budget for stipends for fire department staff.  The Fire Department would match the $40,000.00 in order to incentivize volunteers to work weekends, which are the hardest times to staff.  Seyfried stated he supports having a paid fire chief but also supports Chief Spencer’s request of paid staff on the weekend.  Numerous questions were posed about how to pay workers, legal issues, tax issues, and insurance questions.  If funding could be set aside, Seyfried suggested creating a board consisting of him, the Fire Chief, Board members, and others to determine the best way to move forward.  Spencer offered to report monthly on the paid monthly stipends.  Seyfried suggested a paid fire chief could report to the Fire Committee made up of the assistant chief, the president of the NVFD Board, a BOMA member and a third-party chief from another department.

Alderman Adams moved to amend the budget to add $100,000.00 to the NVFD line item with $40,000.00 for stipends and $60,000.00 for a potential paid chief or other staff member.  Alderman Felts seconded the motion, which passed unanimously.
Alderman Dugger requested an annual audit of the take-home car program from Chief Parker.  Then, Alderman Felts moved to approve on second reading Ordinance 19-07, as amended, an ordinance of the Town of Nolensville, Tennessee adopting a budget for fiscal year July 1, 2019 - June 30, 2020.  Alderman Adams seconded, and the motion passed unanimously.

Alderman Patrick moved to approve the second reading of Ordinance 19-08, an ordinance of the Town of Nolensville, Tennessee amending budget ordinance #18-05 for fiscal year July 1, 2018 – June 30, 2019, seconded by Mayor Alexander. When the vote was called, the approval passed unanimously. 

There was some discussion about Ordinance 19-09, an ordinance to amend Title 11, Chapter 4 of the Nolensville Municipal Code pertaining to prohibition on noises.  Alderman Felts then made a motion to defer Ordinance 19-09, seconded by Alderman Patrick.  After continued input, the motion passed unanimously.

Mayor Alexander moved to approve Resolution 19-09, a resolution of the Board of Mayor and Aldermen of the Town of Nolensville to adopt a plan of service for the annexation of rights-of-way on Kidd Road abutting phase 5 of the Burkitt Village in Nolensville and Sanford Road abutting Telfair phase 1 in Nolensville.  Alderman Patrick seconded the motion.  After some discussion, the approval passed unanimously.

Alderman Patrick made a motion to approve Resolution 19-10, entering into an agreement with Pyro Shows, Incorporated for a fireworks display at the Star-Spangled Celebration.  Mayor Alexander seconded the motion, which passed unanimously.

Mayor Alexander announced there were 40 residential dwelling permits issued in May.  The July BOMA meeting is scheduled for July 4th, which is a holiday.  There is discussion about moving the BOMA meeting back one week to July 11th.

Alderman Patrick delivered a speech in which he detailed accomplishments by the Board in the past ten years.  He said was proud of the financial position the Town is in and his contributions to the Board’s decisions.  Patrick announced his resignation from the Board of Mayor and Aldermen in order to spend more time with his young family.  He thanked his family, staff, fellow Board members, committee members, and friends.  Patrick especially thanked County Commissioner Beth Lothers and Mayor Jimmy Alexander.

Mayor Alexander and each Alderman took turns thanking Alderman Patrick for his service and the pivotal role he played on the BOMA.  Former Alderman Brian Snyder and Commissioner Lothers both shared memories of their time together on the board.

The Mayor adjourned the meeting at 10:25 p.m.

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