City Council minutes from July 15, 2008

DRAFT MINUTES<BR><BR>Ely, Minnesota<BR><BR>Tuesday, July 15, 2008<BR><BR>6:30 P.M. Regular Meeting<BR><BR>Ely City Council<BR><BR>Regular meeting of the Ely City Council was called to order at 6:30 P.M. by Mayor Charles J. Novak.<BR><BR>PRESENT: Council members Debeltz, Lindroos, Omerza, Sheddy, Mayor Novak (5)<BR><BR>ABSENT: Council members Nikkola , Zupec (2)<BR><BR>Mayor Novak thanked the audience members present at tonight's meeting for their attendance and also the audience viewing tonight's Council Meeting over ELY TV, Channel 11.<BR><BR>A quorum was determined.<BR><BR>Moved by Debeltz supported by Lindroos, that the minutes of the special meeting of June 21st, and the regular city council meeting of July 1st, be approved without reading. Carried unanimously. Minutes to stand as recorded.<BR><BR>The following additions were added to tonight's agenda:<BR><BR>Mayor's Agenda, Item #5 - 911 calls; Item #6 - Radio talk show<BR><BR>The following omissions were approved to tonight's agenda:<BR><BR>Requests To Appear - Paul Larson - Proposed Project<BR><BR>Old Business - #B - Electronic Sign Ordinance - second and final reading and publication - there will be a hearing scheduled on this proposed ordinance prior to the second and final reading<BR><BR>Council members concurred with above additions and omissions.<BR><BR>Mayor Novak presented a framed letter of congratulations to Michael Harri, for achieving the highest rank in Boy Scouting, that of Eagle Scout, noting that if you set goals you will succeed in these goals, as Michael did. Council members along with audience, applauded Michael for his accomplishment.<BR><BR>Mayor Novak reported of recent media exposure for Ely through KSTP, 1500 AM Twin Cities, and CBS Channel 3, Duluth, with Mayor Novak noting that the opening line from KSTP was how great it was to visit a community like Ely which is so vibrant; the city storefronts all looking good; the Ely community being so different from other Range Cities. Channel 3 Pat Kelly did a program on the 30th Anniversary of the Wilderness Act. Mayor Novak will try to find out when this program airs, so interested members of the public can view. <BR><BR>Mayor Novak reported that the Trunk Highway 169 North Improvement Task Force will be meeting on Wednesday, July 16th, 6:30 P.M. at the Superior National Forest Kawishiwi District Headquarters Building, 1393 Highway 169, located between Ely and Winton, encouraging those Council members and members of the public who can attend, to do so. Matter of information.<BR><BR>Mayor Novak recognized Young Life Director Martha Scott; Assistant Emmett Penke; Jodi Martin and family members; the Ely Public Works Employees; Police Department Employees, Volunteer Fire Department personnel and all other volunteers, for the successful 4th of July activities in the City of Ely. Moved by Debeltz supported by Omerza, that the City send out letters of appreciation to those involved in this past 4th of July community events. Carried unanimously.<BR><BR>Mayor Novak reported on the power outage that took place on July 14th; the feed from Winton / Virginia went down. He urged people to call 911 as there are no 24 hour dispatchers at City Hall any longer. When calling 911 an individual can qualify whether the call is non emergency or emergency. City Operations Director Harold Langowski also noted that no one is working in city departments after hours and by calling 911, they will contact the appropriate city personnel on their calling list. <BR><BR>Mayor Novak also informed Council members and the public that he will be suspending his 1st and 3rd Wednesday radio shows over WELY until after the November election.<BR><BR>Matter of information.<BR><BR>The following consent agenda items were brought before the Council for approval:<BR><BR>City Council acceptance of 2007 audit as prepared and presented by Walker, Giroux and Hahne;<BR><BR>Ely Chamber of Commerce - requests for In Kind Services ( to include EUC) as in past during Blueberry Arts Festival, July 25th - 27th; Whiteside Park ( City Operations Director to coordinate);<BR><BR>Deputy Clerk - satisfactory completion of probationary six month performance evaluation for Zoning / Civil Enforcement / Web Site Admin. George Burger;<BR><BR>Special Ely City Council Study Session with Mike Fricke, Building Code Representative from Construction Codes and Licensing Division, and City Building Official Pat Conery, scheduled for Wednesday, July 16th, 9:00 A.M. City Hall Board Room;<BR><BR>NLCC - request to use space in Whiteside Park, Tuesdays - effective July 15th - 19th ( 5:00 P.M. - 7:00 P.M.) where artists can sell their wares ( to approve subject to providing proper liability insurance certificate and paperwork with Clerk's Office);<BR><BR>Mary Ann and Wesley Snyder - request for renewal of kennel license <BR><BR> ( July 1, 2008 - June 30, 2009) - to approve subject to payment of proper <BR><BR> License fee - attached police report observes no complaints on this <BR><BR> License);<BR><BR>Ely Cemetery Committee - Ely Municipal Cemetery Rules and Regulations ( Council approval in adopting revised regulations);<BR><BR>NE Service Cooperative - Member Orientation, Monday, August 18th, 10:00 A.M. Mt. Iron ( Clerk-Treasurer authorized to attend representing City of Ely) <BR><BR>Moved by Lindroos supported by Debeltz, that above items be approved and ordered filed. Carried unanimously.<BR><BR>Mr. Thomas Andler requested placement on tonight's agenda to discuss chemical dependency, and the civil commitment approach to solve Ely's drug problem instead of the criminal approach. Under the civil commitment, the State will pay for up to 18 months commitment if proven to the County Attorney that party is harmful to themselves.<BR><BR>He recommended that the Ely Schools, Principals, Colleges, Churches, all get involved in a community effort to pursue this issue. Moved by Debeltz supported by Omerza, that Police Chief Manning be directed to look into the programs discussed by Mr. Andler, to see if the City of Ely can to anything to promote a " Civil Commitment Process" in the community of Ely. Carried unanimously. Council members thanked Mr. Andler for his concerns. <BR><BR>Council member Lindroos reported on behalf of the Ely Airport Commission Meeting of July 8th: Commission has approved TKDA's Invoice No. 000200802328 in the amount of $10, 612.88, through May 31, 2008, recommending that the Council approve for payment. Moved by Lindroos supported by Sheddy, that recommendation be approved. Carried unanimously.<BR><BR>Council member Lindroos also reported that the Ely Airport Commission is recommending that the airport hangar and garage rentals be adjusted to reflect a $5.00 per month increase, effective January 1, 2009. Moved by Lindroos supported by Debeltz, that recommendation be approved. Carried unanimously.<BR><BR>Council member Omerza reported on the TAB Meeting of July 7th: the Board Members had a telephone conference with Charter representative Tucker Carlson, and have invited him to attend their Monday, August 4th meeting. Several issues discussed at the telephone conference were sent to the Deputy Clerk to process. Moved by Omerza supported by Debeltz, that the Deputy Clerk be directed to send a letter to Charter Communication, requesting that a second public access channel be added to current service, as per current contract. Carried unanimously.<BR><BR>Council member Omerza reported that the Board has recommended the re-posting of current vacancy on the Telecommunications Advisory Board: Council member Sheddy is currently filling in as a member until the vacancy is filled. Moved by Omerza supported by Debeltz, that recommendation to repost be approved. Carried unanimously.<BR><BR>Council member Omerza also reported that ELY TV needs to purchase additional hardware - portable hardrive, as equipment, for a price not to exceed $10,000.00, which is currently noted in their 2008 budget. Moved by Omerza supported by Debeltz, that request be approved. Carried unanimously.<BR><BR>Council member Omerza reported on the City Budget Committee Meeting of July 10th:<BR><BR>Moved by Omerza supported by Debeltz, that the Council not proceed with proposed line of credit with Wells Fargo at this time, as this line of credit would reflect on the City's financials. Carried unanimously.<BR><BR>Moved by Omerza supported by Debeltz, that the City not purchase tanks and vaporizers for City buildings, but continue to rent from Ferrellgas as currently doing. Carried unanimously. Mayor Novak noted that there was an advantage to bulk bidding, as done with the City of Ely and HRA this year.<BR><BR>Moved by Omerza supported by Debeltz, that the City of Ely create a new departmental code for the Ely Charter Commission for 2009, with budget to be in the amount of $1,500.00, with exact code number to be determined at a later date. Carried unanimously.<BR><BR>Moved by Omerza supported by Debeltz, that the City transfer $2,000.00 from Clerk's Budget 101-41400-101 to Public Works Budget 101-43100-3O6 to cover matching funds for the ARDC safe route grant written by Ann Spangler.. Carried unanimously.<BR><BR>Moved by Omerza supported by Debeltz, that the Deputy Clerk be directed to send a letter to the Ely Schools to financially assist the City in the payment of the $2,000.00 for ARDC safe route grant. Carried unanimously. Council member Debelz also recommended that Ann Spangler contact the Town of Morse, Fall Lake Township, City of Winton, for considering a financial donation to assist in off setting the $2,000.00 fee in making application for this grant. <BR><BR>Moved by Omerza supported by Lindroos, that the City approve the following: <BR><BR>Increase the Softball Complex Budget, #101-45121- 0494, by $816.00 to acknowledge receipt of designated funds from the Ely Rod and Gun Club;<BR><BR>Designate receipt of $2,400 for sale of equipment, #101-42200-34951, and receipt of $2,250.00 for IRR grant writing reimbursement, 101-42200-33404, in fire revenue; request to increase fire expenditures budget by $4,650.00, #101-42200-306, due to receipt of these designated funds;<BR><BR>Increase Police expenditures budget, #101-42100-490, by $18,806 for 2007 ambulance subsidy invoiced on May 1, 2008, by the Hospital. Funds were not carried forward in 2007 for this line item. Offset this increase by a reduction in City Clerk budget, #101-41400-101, Full Time Employee;<BR><BR>Increase Public Works expenditure budget by $572 under equipment replacement, #101-43100-581, for 1976 Chev 4 x 4 sold by Public Works for $572;<BR><BR>Increase Public Works budget, #101-43100-306, by $2,000 for matching funds for the ARDC safe routes grant written by Ann Spangler. Funds will be transferred from the City Clerk's budget, #101-41400-101, Full Time Employee;<BR><BR>Carried unanimously.<BR><BR>Mayor Novak reported on the recent EADA Meeting he had attended; the group is proceeding with the needs assessment review, which will be discussed at the Community Joint Powers Meeting. Mayor reported that the group will not be looking at replacing the former executive director until the needs assessment results are in, with next meeting being July 23rd. He also reported that the HRA had met, and there is a waiting list of six parties for the Northwoods Townhome project. There will be a special meeting of the HRA to take place on July 21st, Pioneer Apartments, at which time the HRA will review a resolution pertaining to their 2009 budget, to include a tax levy. Matter of information.<BR><BR>City Attorney Bentz requested Council approval in signing a Consent to Representation / Waiver of Conflict Interest for allowing Mary Frances Skala, Fryberger, Buchanan, Smith and Frederick, to also represent Duluth Metals in their Ely project. Attorney Bentz noted that he sees nothing contentious in this relationship. Moved by Omerza supported by Debeltz, that approval be granted for the City to sign such a waiver, with the Mayor and Deputy Clerk authorized to execute. Carried unanimously.<BR><BR>Deputy Clerk Patti Wellvang reported that the following individuals have filed for office in the City of Ely: For Mayor ( one - two year term ); Charles J. Novak, Heidi K. Omerza, Roger J. Skraba; For Council ( three - four year terms); John F. Lindroos, Jerome J. Debeltz, Mark Zupec, Michael Hillman, Darrell "Shaun" Chosa, Kerry Perushek, Lawrence A. Reedy, Frank Salerno. There will be a City Primary for the office of Mayor and Council Members on the September 9th Primary Ballot. Matter of information.<BR><BR>Deputy Clerk Patti Wellvang reported that per directive of the Council she had contacted Mr. Edward Cadman, from the League of Minnesota Cities, as to recommended Charter Changes, and how a Charter can be or should be amended. He noted that the League's view is not universally held, and he is not saying that it is the correct one, simply the League's view. This position is included in the charter presentation the League routinely gives, but if a city has a charter, the ideal charter should provide only the basics of governmental structure and process, otherwise bestowing a broad grant of powers to Council so that as many policy decisions as possible are entrusted to those whom the public can remove or reinstate at election time. He further stated that the greatest benefit to having a charter may be that the City has potentially more powers that a statutory<BR><BR>City. Deputy Clerk reported that the Ely Charter Commission has a meeting scheduled for Monday, July 28th, 5:00 P.M. and that she is recommending the Council to place themselves on the agenda, to meet jointly with the Charter Commission Members as to current recommended changes that were brought before the Council and tabled.<BR><BR>Council member Debeltz recommended that the Charter Commission be requested to attend a study with with the Ely City Council on Tuesday, July 29th, 5:00 P.M. prior to the public hearings on CDBG and Electronic Signage, and special city council meeting and study session, of that same evening. Moved by Debeltz supported by Sheddy, that Council member Debeltz's recommendation be approved. Carried unanimously.<BR><BR>Deputy Clerk informed Council members of a communication dated July 11th, from the Town of Morse, as to available dates to meet with the Council per the City's earlier request, on proposed annexation. Moved by Debeltz supported by Sheddy, that the Council meet with Town of Morse Officials on July 24, 2008, 6:30 P.M. Morse Town Hall. Several Council members were unavailable that evening. Council member Debeltz withdrew his motion, Council member Sheddy withdrew his support. <BR><BR>Moved by Debeltz supported by Lindroos, that the Deputy Clerk be directed to coordinate City Calendar with potential dates in August, in which to schedule a meeting between City of Ely and Town of Morse Officials on proposed annexation. Carried unanimously.<BR><BR>City Operations Director of Public Works and Utilities, Harold Langowski, requested Council approval in the scheduling of a Public Hearing for 2008 CDBG Applications for Central Avenue/2nd Avenue West Utility Improvements Project; also requesting a Special Meeting of the Ely City Council to follow, to approve resolution for CDBG. Moved by Debeltz supported by Sheddy, that request for public hearing be approved, to be scheduled for TUESDAY, July 29, 2008, 5:30 P.M. Council Chambers of the Ely City Hall, with a Special Meeting of the Ely City Council to take place at approximately 5:45 P.M. to address resolution for CDBG application; proposed ordinance on electronic signage, and any other pertinent city business. Carried unanimously.<BR><BR>Harold also reported that Connie Christiansen from St. Louis County CDBG will be meeting with the Deputy Clerk and himself on Wednesday, July 16th, 1:30 P.M. City Hall Board Room. The Mayor and Council members interested, are welcome to attend.<BR><BR>The City Operations Director presented the following EUC Consent Agenda Items:<BR><BR>Cancel the Electric Oversight Committee and handle tasks at regular EUC Meetings;<BR><BR>Recommend approval of the Memorandum of Understanding Regarding the Use and Costs of the Joint Public Works Facility;<BR><BR>Recommend purchase of two vehicles from Lundgren's<BR><BR>Recommend authorization for services requested by the Chamber of Commerce<BR><BR> for the Blueberry Arts Festival;<BR><BR>Recommend payment of Terry's Operational Services, June Invoice for $550.00;<BR><BR>Recommend payment of RLK Inc. Invoice #4 for $5,893.58 for the 3rd Avenue Sewer Improvements, Invoice #6 for $4,851.98 for the Harvey/Conan Alley Utility Improvements and Invoice #5 for the City Engineer for $0.00<BR><BR> ( INFORMATION);<BR><BR>Recommend payment of the bills payable and payroll for June 2008, totaling: $38,445.94.<BR><BR>Moved by Lindroos supported by Omerza, that above items be approved and ordered filed. Carried unanimously.<BR><BR>Claims for payment were received from the following:<BR><BR>Pat Conery, Building Official<BR><BR>May 12th Statement - Building Official Fees - $5,464.30 ( Council tabled for payment July 1st until after meeting of July 16th);<BR><BR>July 10th Statement - Building Official Fees - $2,642.73<BR><BR>Council authorization for payment contingent upon results of July 16th meeting with Building Official - ( Deputy Clerk and Zoning Administrator to approve payment contingent upon results of July 16th meeting);<BR><BR>Klun Law Firm<BR><BR>Invoice #13955 - legal services, General Matters - $187.17;<BR><BR>Invoice #13964 - legal services, Leustek Claim for Idle Equipment at Ely Airport - $188.50;<BR><BR>Paul Ness ( human resource consultant)<BR><BR>Hiring assistance for Clerk-Treasurer - $819.85;<BR><BR>Job Description Update and Revisions to current job descriptions of Deputy Clerk, Police Chief, Fire Chief, Library Director, Emergency Management Director - $1,485.00;<BR><BR>Ely Bloomenson Hospital / Richard Rand - ( consultant fees per contract) $270.00<BR><BR>Moved by Lindroos supported by Sheddy, that above claims be approved and ordered filed. Carried unanimously.<BR><BR>Moved by Omerza supported by Lindroos, that the City waive readings in their entirety, of all ordinances and resolutions on tonight's agenda. Carried unanimously.<BR><BR>Mayor Novak presented the Council with revised Commercial Land Sales Procedure, that was adopted by the EEDA at their July 8th regular monthly meeting. Moved by Sheddy supported by Lindroos, that the Deputy Clerk be directed to send out copies of Procedure to local realtors, along with Council member Sheddy's comments on procedure, inviting them to attend the July 29th Regular Monthly Council Study Session with any comments they may have on current adopted procedure. Carried unanimously.<BR><BR>Proposed Ordinance #221, Second Series, Electronic Sign Ordinance, was brought before the Council for a second and final reading and publication. Moved by Omerza supported by Debeltz, that reading be tabled, and that a public hearing be scheduled for Tuesday, July 29, 2008, 5:40 P.M. to discuss this proposed sign ordinance, with consideration of a second reading and publication to take place at the Special Ely City Council Meeting of that evening immediately following public hearing. Carried unanimously.<BR><BR>Council member Omerza brought up summer downtown parking; parking issues were discussed at the last EEDA meeting, as to the city using parking meters again that can be removed before winter. She is inquiring as to whether or not the City should proceed in this direction, bring up at a future study session. Mayor Novak talked with the Chamber and businesses - no one is complaining about the current parking permits. Mayor suggested getting the Merchants Board involved, with the Chamber and public works representation to review parking permit process. Council member Omerza questioned whether or not monies generated from the parking tickets justify paying for the chalker. Council member Lindroos reported that he had met with the Chamber the past few years and that the Merchants need to brief their customers as to the available parking passes from their businesses. Council member Debeltz recommended that this matter be placed on the September Study Session, inviting Zoning /Civil Enforcement/Web Site Administrator George Burger to attend. Council members concurred with placing this item on the October Study Session for discussion.<BR><BR>Council member Debeltz offered the following ordinance: Proposed Ordinance #222, Second Series, An Ordinance Of The City of Ely, Minnesota, Adding To The Ely City Code, Chapter 20, Section 20.13.15, Entitled Vacation Of A Portion Of Old Pioneer Road<BR><BR>The Council of the City of Ely, Minnesota, Adding to the Ely City Code, Chapter 20, Section 20.13.15, Entitled Vacation of a Portion of Old Pioneer Road<BR><BR>The Council of the City of Ely Does Hereby Ordain:<BR><BR>SECTION 1. That portion of Pioneer Road and Yukon Drive in the plat of "North Chandler Third Addition" located in the Northeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of Section 28, Township 63 North, Range 12 West of the Fourth Principal Meridian, St. Louis County, Minnesota, described as follows:<BR><BR>Assuming the line common to Lot 25 and Pioneer Road of said "North Chandler Third Addition" to bear North 28 degrees 48 feet 00" East and from the corner common to Lot 18, Lot 25 and Pioneer Road of said plat, run south 60 degrees 42'27" East, a distance of 50.00 feet to the southeasterly Right-of-Way of Pioneer Road; thence North 28 degrees 48'00" East along said southeasterly Right-of-Way, a distance of 110.51 feet to a tangential curve concave to the Southeast; thence Northeasterly along said tangential curve on said southeasterly Right-of-Way, central angle of 17 degrees 10' 16", radius of 293.31 feet, a distance of 87.90 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING.<BR><BR>Thence continue northeasterly along said tangential curve on said southeasterly Right-of-Way, concave to the southeast, central angle of 13 degrees 09'28", radius of 293.31 feet, a distance of 67.36 feet;<BR><BR>Thence North 59 degrees 07' 45" East on said southeasterly Right-of-Way, a distance of 112.09 feet to a nontangential curve concave to the southeast;<BR><BR>Thence northeasterly along said nontangential curve, chord bearing of North 38 degrees 24'11" East, chord distance of 33.92 feet, central angle of 01 degrees 26'27", radius of 1348.90 feet, a distance of 33.92 feet;<BR><BR>Thence North 17 degrees 39'21" West, a distance of 39.03 feet to the northwesterly Right-of-Way of said Pioneer Road;<BR><BR>Thence South 59 degrees 07'45" West along said northwesterly Right-of-Way, a distance of 152.73 feet to a tangential curve, concave to the northeast;<BR><BR>Thence southwesterly and northeasterly along said tangential curve on said Right-of-Way, central angle of 149 degrees 42' 50", radius of 21.24 feet, a distance of 55.50 feet; <BR><BR>Thence south 28 degrees 50'35" West, a distance of 52.41 feet to a tangential curve concave to the northeast;<BR><BR>Thence southeasterly along said tangential curve, central angel of 88 degrees 07'25", radius of 60.00 feet, a distance of 92.28 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING.<BR><BR>Said parcel contains 0.27 acres.<BR><BR>AND <BR><BR>A portion of Pioneer Road and Yukon Drive in the plat of "North Chandler Third Addition" located in the Northeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of Section 28, Township 63 North, Range 12 West of the Fourth Principal Meridian, St. Louis County, Minnesota, described as follows:<BR><BR>Assuming the line common to Lot 25 and Pioneer Road of said "North Chandler Third Addition" to bear North 28 degrees 48'00" East and from the corner common to Lot 18, Lot 25 and Pioneer Road of said plat, being the POINT OF BEGINNING, run south 60 degrees 42'27" East, a distance of 50.00 feet to the southeasterly Right-of-Way of Pioneer Road.<BR><BR>Thence North 28 degrees 48' 00" East along said southeasterly Right-of-Way, a distance of 110.51 feet to a tangential curve concave to the Southeast;<BR><BR>Thence Northwesterly along said tangential curve on said southeasterly Right-of-Way, central angle of 13 degrees 12'30", radius of 293.31 feet, a distance of 67.62 feet to a nontangential curve concave to the Northeast;<BR><BR>Thence Northwesterly along said nontangential curve, chord bearing of North 48 degrees 48'17" West, a chord distance of 29.09 feet, central angle of 20 degrees 57' 05", radius of 80.00 feet, a distance of 29.25 feet to a second nontangential curve concave to the northwest;<BR><BR>Thence Southwesterly along said second nontangential curve, chord bearing of South 65 degrees 38'12" West, chord distance of 48.90 feet, central angle of 36 degrees 32'03", radius of 78.00 feet, a distance of 49.74 feet;<BR><BR>Thence North 32 degrees 22'35" West, a distance of 7.97 feet to the Northwesterly Right-of-Way of Pioneer Road;<BR><BR>Thence South 28 degrees 48'00" West along said Northwesterly Right-of-Way, a distance of 147.52 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING.<BR><BR>Said parcel contains 0.19 acres.<BR><BR>Said parcels to be restricted to "green space" and shall not be built upon,<BR><BR>is hereby vacated SUBJECT to and RESERVING easements in favor of the City of Ely for utilities, water lines and sewer lines in, over and under said property.<BR><BR>SECTION 2. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Mayor and City Clerk are hereby authorized to sign all documents necessary to effectuate the intent of this ordinance.<BR><BR>SECTION 3. CODIFICATION. This ordinance shall be codified as Section 20.13.15 of the Ely City Code. <BR><BR>SECTION 4. EFFECTIVE DATE: Pursuant to Section 3.08 of the Charter of the City of Ely, Minnesota, the adoption of this Ordinance is effective immediately after final adoption and publication.<BR><BR>Motion for the adoption of the foregoing ordinance was made by Council member Debeltz, seconded by Council member Omerza, and declared carried on the following vote:<BR><BR>YES: Council members Debeltz, Lindroos, Omerza, Sheddy, Mayor Novak (5)<BR><BR>NO: None (0)<BR><BR>ABSENT: Council member Nikkola, Zupec (2)<BR><BR>Proposed Ordinance #222, Second Series, adopted and given a first reading and publication, this 15th day of July 2008.<BR><BR>Council member Zupec had requested fuel assistance sources available to low income families to be placed on tonight's agenda, but was not present at tonight's meeting. City Operations Manager reported that the Deputy Clerk and himself will be putting together handouts for qualified individuals as to who to call for fuel assistance, and will leave in the front foyer of Ely City Hall. <BR><BR>Moved by Debeltz supported by Omerza, that tonight's meeting adjourn.<BR><BR>Carried unanimously. Adjournment at 7:35 P.M.<BR><BR>Patricia M. Wellvang<BR><BR>Deputy Clerk<BR><BR>City of Ely<BR><BR> Ely Echo 7/26/2008<BR><BR> <BR><BR>