Council Minutes – April 3, 2014

A regular meeting of Washington City Council was held Thursday, April 3, 2014 at 7PM in Council Chambers, 55 West Maiden Street, Washington, Pennsylvania.

Mayor Brenda Davis, presiding, opened the meeting.
ROLL CALL: Councilwoman Tracie Graham — Present
Councilman Kenneth Westcott — Present
Councilman Joseph Manning — Present
Councilman Terry Faust — Present
Mayor Brenda Davis — Present
SOLICITOR: John F. Cambest, Esquire — Present

MOMENT OF SILENCE

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG
A motion was made by Councilman Westcott, seconded by Councilman Manning, and unanimously carried, to approve the minutes of the March 19, 2014 special meeting of Washington City Council.

Mayor Davis then opened the public participation portion of the meeting. Those singed in to speak were as follows:

• Chief Linn Brookman had 3 reports to give for the month of March. The Fire Department’s reports are as follows: 162 total calls, 9 structure fires with 2 of those were arson. Mr. McIntyre’s department had 119 calls, 79 citations were issued, fines totaled $500.00 and street opening permits totaled $7,824.47 for the month of March. Building permit activity for the month of March totaled 26 permits issued with 14 being residential and 7 commercial permits issued. The total revenue collected was $6,096.07, which includes the library project.

• Chief Chris Luppino gave the Washington City Police Department’s report for the month of March. There were 809 calls of service, miles patrolled 7,176, 58 traffic citations issued, 29 non-traffic, 51 criminal arrests, and 22 City parking tickets issued. Money collected for the month of March was: $585.00 for accident reports, $50.00 incident reports, $60.00 fingerprinting, $5.00 mace permits and $275.00 vehicle release forms. Total revenue was $995.00

• Fred Fleet gave an announcement regarding the Highland Ridge’s 3rd Washington, Pennsylvania Film Festival to be held at the George Washington Hotel on Saturday, April 12th from 1 to 7PM. It is their effort to continue bringing business to the downtown area. Fred went on to say that it is very exciting because of the collaboration they have had with other filmmakers. This year they have over 5 hours of films of independent films that have been submitted to their film festival. Films will be shown that have never been seen before. Fred said that he hopes everyone will come. Refreshments will be served.

• Joe Thomas spoke about a Transit Item that is on this evening’s Agenda. It is #17, letter E, on page 4: approve Waller Change Order No. 5 in the amount of $9,400.00 – this is the Change Order that Paul Pennington from Gannett Fleming spoke about this past Monday evening. He referenced the figure of $9,500. He was able to negotiate a slightly lower price. So the final figure that Paul gave was $9,400. To note, this is only the 3rd Change Order that has been presented to Council. It was designated as No. 5 by Waller because they presented 5. What they designated as 3 and 4 are still being reviewed and evaluated. There was going to be confusion either way so I opted to keep the designation that Waller used as No. 5 figuring that that would cause less confusion in the long run.

There being no further public participation, Mayor Davis closed this portion of the meeting.

A motion was made by Councilman Westcott, seconded by Councilman Manning, and unanimously carried, to object to the bid amount of $500.00 listed on Repository Sale Statement for Parcel #: 770 017 00 03 0007 00 (830 Chartiers Street).

A motion was made by Councilman Manning, seconded by Councilman Westcott, and unanimously carried, to approve payment to Traffic Control Equipment & Supplies Co., Inc. in the amount of $289.00 for 1 TCE&S Spare Controller for Highland, College, Lincoln & Locust areas. CHARGE 03.00/433-378 (Liquid Fuels Fund – Traffic Signal Maintenance)

A motion was made by Councilman Manning, seconded by Councilman Westcott, and unanimously carried, to approve payment to Traffic Control Equipment & Supplies Co., Inc. in the amount of $278.88 for the following items: 2 Side of Pole Hubs, 4 Band-it Buckles, and 8 Ft Band-it Material. This is for Beau & Lincoln pedestrian signal hit. CHARGE 03.00/433-378 (Liquid Fuels Fund – Traffic Signal Maintenance)

A motion was made by Councilman Manning, seconded by Councilman Westcott, and unanimously carried, to approve payment to Washington School District in the amount of $21,131.90 for their share of the P.I.L.O.T. Program for fiscal year ending September 30, 2013 in lieu of taxes. CHARGE 01.60/489-521 (Miscellaneous Expenditures – School Dist Lieu Of Taxes Housing Authority)

A motion was made by Councilman Manning, seconded by Councilman Westcott, and unanimously carried, to approve payment to Donald D. Growden in the amount of $3,971.46 for anti-skid material. CHARGE 01.42/438-210 (Public Works — Road Maintenance and Repairs)

A motion was made by Councilman Manning, seconded by Councilman Westcott, and unanimously carried, to approve payment to Dodaro, Matta & Cambest, P.C. in the amount of $7,506.50 for services rendered through March 20, 2014. CHARGE 01.13/404-310 (Solicitor Professional Services)

A motion was made by Councilman Manning, seconded by Councilman Westcott, and unanimously carried, to approve payment to Shallow Creek Kennels, Inc. in the amount of $5,000.00 for the balance owed on K-9 (Dual Purpose Narcotics/Patrol) With 6 Week Handler Course Contract. CHARGE 55.00/410-240 (Police Department Capital Purchase Fund –
Operating Expenses)

A motion was made by Councilman Manning, seconded by Councilman Westcott, and unanimously carried, to approve payment to E. G. & G. Inc. in the amount of $1,102.50 for H2O – Strawberry Alley – Construction Administration. CHARGE 85.00/408.000 (LSA)

A motion was made by Councilman Manning, seconded by Councilman Westcott, and unanimously carried, to approve payment to E. G. & G. Inc. in the amount of $8,637.20 for H2O – Strawberry Alley – Construction Administration. CHARGE 85.00/408.000 (LSA)

A motion was made by Councilman Manning, seconded by Councilman Westcott, and unanimously carried, to approve payment to Widmer Engineering Inc. in the amount of $7,000.00 for Phase III Easements. CHARGE 85.00/408-000 (LSA)

A motion was made by Councilman Manning, seconded by Councilman Westcott, and unanimously carried, to approve to open bids for the Recycling Dropoff Pad.

Solicitor John Cambest read the bids in the order they were submitted. They were as
follows:

1. Morgan Excavating, L.P. 10% Bid Bond Included
445 Cherry Blossom Drive Total Bid Amount: $147,748.76
Belle Vernon, PA 15015
Phone: 724 872 6589
Fax: 724 872 2589
Email: [email protected]

2. Investment & Enterprise Inc. 10% Bid Bond Included
600 Melwood Avenue Total Bid Amount: $199,146.00
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
Phone: 412 681 7000
Fax: 412 681 7012
Email: [email protected]

3. Tedesco Excavating and Paving, Inc. 10% Bid Bond Included
1107 Long Run Road Total Bid Amount: $146,866.00
White Oak, PA 15131
Phone: 412 751 7077
Fax: 412 751 7078
Email: [email protected]

4. Kimico 10% Bid Bon Included
105 Dynamite Road Total Bid Amount: $169,529.90
Washington, PA 15301
Phone: 724 554 0141
Fax: 724 222 3670
Email: [email protected]

5. Fleeher Contracting, LLC 10% Bid Bon Included
31 Windcrest Drive Total Bid Amount: $148,679.00
Cecil, PA 15321
Phone: 724 746 1060
Fax: 724 746 1833
Email: [email protected]

A motion was made by Councilman Faust, seconded by Councilman Manning, and unanimously carried, to make an acceptance of the lowest bidder after review by our Solicitor and Widmer Engineering.

A motion was made by Councilman Manning, seconded by Councilman Westcott, and unanimously carried, to approve (1) Budget transfer of $7,500.00 FROM 88.00/492-900 (DCNR Multi-Municipal Recreation Plan) TO 85.00/392-900 (LSA).

A motion was made by Councilman Manning, seconded by Councilman Westcott, and unanimously carried, to approve Memorandum Of Understanding (MOU) to award the restoration of the parking lot adjacent to Shetland and Pinto ball fields to El Grande Industries, Inc. in the amount of $16,500.00 to be charged to account Catfish Creek Project 66.00/100-000.

COMMENT: Councilman Faust said that it is imperative to get that parking lot done. He complimented Lynn
Galluze and Skelly & Loy for their quick work on this project. The last that I spoke to Lynn (today) El Grande
will begin work on this parking lot on April 7th .  Hopefully, we can get this project work completed by next
weekend.

Mayor Davis stated, “good”.

A motion was made by Councilman Manning, seconded by Councilman Westcott, and unanimously carried, to approve payment to Washington Business District Authority in the amount of $3,887.61 for the 2014 Special Services District Assessment. CHARGE 01.60/400-
430 (Miscellaneous Expenditures – Special Business District Assessment)

A motion was made by Councilman Manning, seconded by Mayor Davis, and unanimously carried, approve payment to Selective Insurance Company (C/O Summit Risk Services, 2 Walnut Grove Drive, Suite 210, Horsham, PA 10944) in the amount of $10,000.00 for deductible obligation. CHARGE 01.60/486-350 (Miscellaneous Expenditures – Insurance Liability, Etc).

A motion was made by Councilman Manning, seconded by Councilman Faust, and carried, to approve the denial of conditional use application for Jon Perry DBA PA Wealth Builders, LLC for multi-use residential facility at 130 N. Franklin Street.

ROLL CALL: Councilwoman Tracie Graham — Yes
Councilman Kenneth Westcott — No
Councilman Joseph Manning — Yes
Councilman Terry Faust — Yes
Mayor Brenda Davis – Yes

A motion was made by Councilman Westcott, seconded by Councilman Manning, and unanimously carried, to approve to advertise in the Observer Reporter for Public Works Department Mechanic position.

A motion was made by Councilman Manning, seconded by Councilwoman Graham, and unanimously carried, to appoint the following 2 member requests to the Zoning Hearing Board:
James D’Alessandro and David Gattling.

COMMENT: Mayor Davis said that she is sure that Ron McIntyre is happy to finally have a full board on the
Zoning Hearing Board. We have had a vacancy for at least a year, maybe longer.

A motion was made by Councilman Manning, seconded by Councilman Westcott, and unanimously carried, to approve and adopt Resolution #3 of 2014 to submit TAP Grant.

THE CITY OF WASHINGTON WILL BE APPLYING FOR $1,000,000.00 IN TRANSPORTATION ALTERNATIVE PROGRAM (TAP) GRANT FUNDS FOR DOWNTOWN REVITALIZATION PHASE III PROJECT.

A motion was made by Councilman Faust, seconded by Councilman Manning, and unanimously carried, to approve and adopt Resolution #4 of 2014 to submit Grant to DCNR for C2P2 Grant Program in the amount of $250,000.00 for the Washington Park Pond Trail Project.

WHEREAS, THE APPLICANT DESIRES TO RECEIVE FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION AND NATIONAL RESOURCES (“DEPARTMENT”) A GRANT FOR THE PURPOSE OF CARRYING OUT THIS PROJECT.

COMMENT: Mayor Davis said, “good luck”.

A motion was made by Councilman Westcott, seconded by Councilman Manning, and unanimously carried, to approve Change Order #1 with a net increase of $39,529.00 for E.
Strawberry Alley Storm Sewer Project. CHARGE 85.00/408-000 (LSA)

A motion was made by Councilman Manning, seconded by Councilman Westcott, and unanimously carried, to approve Washington City Police Department payment to ARAS 360
Technologies Inc., 1425 B Pearson Place, Kamloops B.C. V1S 1J9 in the amount of
$9,570.00 for Station and Software. CHARGE 49.00/410-740 (US Justice Department
Capital Grant Fund)

COMMENT: Mayor Davis stated, “Chief I hope that this helps further our Detective Unit and move them forward. I
know this is something that they have been wanting for a long time.”

A motion was made by Councilman Faust, seconded by Councilman Westcott, and unanimously carried, to award the bid for Washington Park Fence Project to Allegheny Fence Construction Company, Inc. in the amount of $13,840.00 (with possible alternate amount not to exceed $800.00 for excavation). Option 1B: 9 gauge steel core – 8 gauge finished x 2 mesh green vinyl wire. Alternate: Allegheny Fence to provide skid steer loader with bucket and drive along the proposed fence line and scatter the existing dirt piles.

COMMENT: Councilman Westcott asked, “where will this be located?”

Councilman Faust stated, “that this is going to be on the embankment right by the Lions Club Pavilion.
This will make it safe for the kids and anyone who uses this pavilion”.

A motion was made by Councilman Westcott, seconded by Councilman Manning, and unanimously carried, to approve the Washington City Transit item to accept a proposal from Palermo/Kissinger & Associates for transit audit services for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2014, at a cost of $6,950.

A motion was made by Councilman Westcott, seconded by Councilman Manning, and unanimously carried, to approve the Washington City Transit item to award a contract for interior and exterior transit vehicle advertising services to OnCampus Advertising, based on the recommendation of the evaluation panel for a joint procurement RFP with Mid Mon Valley Transit and Washington Rides, and authorize the Mayor to execute the joint procurement contract.

A motion was made by Councilman Westcott, seconded by Councilman Manning, and unanimously carried, to approve the Washington City Transit item to amend the 2014 Budget to create a revenue line item for advertising revenue in the Mass Transit Operating Assistance Fund (Special Fund) – 28.00/342-550 “Rent for advertising on public property.”

A motion was made by Councilman Westcott, seconded by Councilman Manning, and unanimously carried, to approve the Washington City Transit item to amend action taken from the Washington City Council Meeting of March 6, 2014, which approved a payment of Waller Change Order No. 2 in the amount of $32,092.00 to instead accept and approve actual Waller Change Order No. 2 in the amount of $32,092. (Payment for Change Order No. 2 is submitted as part of a Waller pay application No. 7).

A motion was made by Councilman Westcott, seconded by Councilman Manning, and unanimously carried, to approve the Washington City Transit item to approve Waller Change Order No. 5 in the amount of $9,400.00

A motion was made by Councilman Westcott, seconded by Councilman Manning, and unanimously carried, to approve the Washington City Transit item to authorize Joseph Thomas to attend a Federal Transit Administration (FTA) FY14 Triennial Review Workshop in Philadelphia on April 7 and 8, 2014, along with travel and meal expenses not to exceed $150.00

A motion was made by Councilman Westcott, seconded by Councilman Manning, and unanimously carried, to approve the Washington City Transit payment to GG&C Bus Company, Inc. in the amount of $66,404.52 for contracted public transit fixed route services performed in February 2014, to be paid from the Mass Transit Account upon verification by the Finance Department that the stated transit funds are available. CHARGE 28.00/447-455

A motion was made by Councilman Westcott, seconded by Councilman Manning, and unanimously carried, to approve the Washington City Transit payment to Washington County Transportation Authority in the amount of $11,473.85 for contracted public transit paratransit services performed in February 2014, to be paid from the Mass Transit Account upon verification by the Finance Department that the stated transit funds are available. CHARGE 28.00/447-455

A motion was made by Councilman Westcott, seconded by Councilman Manning, and unanimously carried, to approve the Washington City Transit payment to Bankcard Services in the amount of $213.81
Breakdown as follows:
Ramada Inn – Lodging in State College/PennTrain – $127.20
Co Go’s – Fuel in State College-PennTrain – $32.35
Sheetz – Fuel in State College-PennTrain – $25.79
PJ Harrigan’s – Meal in State College-PennTrain – $14.71
Ruby Tuesday – Meal in State College-PennTrain – $13.76
CHARGE 28.00/447-240
A motion was made by Councilman Westcott, seconded by Councilman Manning, and unanimously carried, to approve the Washington City Transit payment to Comcast in the amount of $84.85 internet service for transit’s farebox networking, to be paid from the Mass Transit Account upon verification by the Finance Department that the stated transit funds are available. CHARGE 28.00/447-240

A motion was made by Councilman Westcott, seconded by Councilman Manning, and unanimously carried, to approve the Washington City Transit payment to Guttman Oil Company inv. #3 9209, in the amount of $23,787.00 for the purchase of fuel for the public transit vehicles, to be paid from the Mass Transit Account upon verification by the Finance Department that the stated transit funds are available. CHARGE 28.00/447-231

A motion was made by Councilman Westcott, seconded by Councilman Manning, and unanimously carried, to approve the Washington City Transit payment to WJPA Radio in the amount of $250.00 for advertising HS Wrestling, Sections & WPIAL’s, to be paid from the Mass Transit Account upon verification by the Finance Department that the stated transit funds are available. CHARGE 28.00/447-310

A motion was made by Councilman Westcott, seconded by Councilman Manning, and unanimously carried, to approve the Washington City Transit payment to Trib Total Media in the amount of $1,125.90 for advertising RFP for Fixed Route Services, to be paid from the Mass Transit Account upon verification by the Finance Department that the stated transit funds are available. CHARGE 28.00/447-310

A motion was made by Councilman Westcott, seconded by Councilman Manning, and unanimously carried, to approve the Washington City Transit payment to Observer Publishing Company in the amount of $460.86 RFP for Fixed Route Services, to be paid from the Mass Transit Account upon verification by the Finance Department that the stated transit funds are available. CHARGE 28.00/447-310

A motion was made by Councilman Westcott, seconded by Councilman Manning, and unanimously carried, to approve the Washington City Transit payment to Quality Quick in the amount of $172.20 for B&W Hopper Schedules, to be paid from the Mass Transit Account upon verification by the Finance Department that the stated transit funds are available. CHARGE 28.00/447-310

A motion was made by Councilman Westcott, seconded by Councilman Manning, and unanimously carried, to approve the Washington City Transit payment to Waller Corporation #7 in the amount of $106,318.80 for contracted services for ITF performed through February 2014, (included is CO#2 for $32,092.00) to be paid from the Buses & Equipment Account upon verification by the Finance Department that the stated transit funds are available.
CHARGE 27.00/447-743

A motion was made by Councilman Westcott, seconded by Councilman Manning, and unanimously carried, to approve the Washington City Transit payment to Waller Corporation #8 in the amount of $27,005.40 for contracted services for ITF performed through March 2014 to be paid from the Buses & Equipment Account upon verification by the Finance Department that the stated transit funds are available. CHARGE 27.00/447-743

A motion was made by Councilman Westcott, seconded by Councilman Manning, and unanimously carried, to approve the Washington City Transit payment to Controlled Climate Systems, Inc. #3 in the amount of $33,199.20 for HVAC contracted services for ITF performed through February 2014, to be paid from the Buses & Equipment Account upon verification by the Finance Department that the stated transit funds are available. CHARGE 27.00/447-743.
A motion was made by Councilman Westcott, seconded by Councilman Manning, and unanimously carried, to approve the Washington City Transit payment to Hickson’s in the amount of $86.76 for Transit Office Supplies to be paid from the Mass Transit Account upon verification by the Finance Department that the stated transit funds are available. CHARGE 28.00/447-210

A motion was made by Councilman Faust, seconded by Councilman Westcott, and
unanimously carried, to approve the Washington City Transit payment to Morgantown Printing & Binding in the amount of $1,010.00 for 10 & 40 trip booklets, to be paid from the Mass Transit Account upon verification by the Finance Department that the stated transit funds are available.
CHARGE 28.00/447-310

A motion was made by Councilman Westcott, seconded by Councilman Manning, and unanimously carried, to rescind previously approved motion as stated below:

A motion was made by Councilman Westcott, seconded by Councilman Manning, and unanimously carried, to approve the termination of a City of Washington Public Works JP employee, effective March 19, 2014, and amend the salary ordinance
accordingly.

A motion was made by Councilman Westcott, seconded by Councilman Manning, and unanimously carried, to accept resignation of a City of Washington Public Works JP employee, effective March 19, 2014, and amend the salary ordinance accordingly.
A motion was made by Councilman Westcott, seconded by Councilman Manning, and unanimously carried, to approve (replacement) purchase of 2014 Ford Police Interceptor. Insurance check to be issued for totaled vehicle.

COMMENT: Councilman Westcott asked how Officer Sulerud is doing.

Chief Luppino he is doing better.

Councilman Westcott asked if he was back to work.

Chief Luppino said he believes on the 13th.

Mayor Davis stated that the car was totaled and will be replaced with the insurance check.

A motion was made by Councilman Westcott, seconded by Councilman Manning, and unanimously carried, to approve advertisements for bid for road maintenance materials:

a) 200 Ton 19.5 mm Asphalt
b) 400 Ton 9.5 mm Asphalt
c) 100 Ton 2A Modified Crushed Limestone
d) 75 Ton 2B Crushed Limestone
e) 800 Ton Road Cinders (Winter Maintenance)
f) 200 Foot 15 Inch A.D.S. (Corrugated) Drain Pipe
g) 100 Foot 12 Inch A.D.S. (Corrugated) Drain Pipe

COMMENT: Councilman Westcott stated, “finally, we are going to start to fix the roads.”

A motion was made by Councilman Manning, seconded by Councilman Westcott, and unanimously carried, to allocate $7,500.00 from the Marcellus Shale Impact Fee Fund 96.00/407-000 for IT equipment upgrades.

A motion was made by Councilman Manning, seconded by Councilman Westcott, and unanimously carried, to advertise for bids for the Catfish Creek Stormwater Water Management Project Site 4.

ELECTED OFFICIALS:
Councilwoman Tracie Graham – No Comment

Councilman Kenneth Westcott said obviously the weather is changing, and that he will be advertising as to when the Street Cleaning will commence. Once the batch plants open there are a lot of potholes, we recognize that. We are doing what we can with the cold patch but it does not last very long. The streets are much worse than before because of the winter we had. He asked everyone to be patient and assured all that the streets will be repaired. Councilman Westcott said that he will be meeting with Council to come up with a plan to get serious street repairs completed this summer. Councilman Westcott commended Mayor Davis and the group for last night’s march and rally. The turn out was inspiring and he said that our goal and hope and prayer was that everyone who attended was able to take something positive away with them. Our Police Department is working hard to bring this individual to justice.

Councilman Joseph Manning said that he was hoping to have the 1st quarter reports for 2014 to present but because of our new software made it difficult to get all the exact figures ready for tonight. He will in the next couple of days have individual reports for every department head, and of course, this is open to the public. He asked the public to contact him for an up-to-date listing on revenue and expenditures. Councilman Manning said, “yes Kenny’s department has the most spending. What we did review today that everything is on track. There is nothing outstanding at this time of the year.” He also commended Mayor Davis, our Police Department for last night’s rally. He saw our Detectives; they are tired and have been putting in long hours to solve this horrible tragedy. Our hats are off to them.

Councilman Terry Faust concurred with his colleagues in their appreciation. He thanked Mayor Davis for all of her efforts put forth.

A motion was made by Councilman Faust, seconded by Councilman Manning, and unanimously carried, to approve the Washington Park purchase of certified playground mulch not to exceed $6,000.00 (CHARGE 52.00/454-250 Washington Park Development Fund).

Councilman Faust continued by sharing this human-interest story. One of the part-time employees with the Park Maintenance, Michael Moye, found a wallet on a bench at the Park and Dewey Playground. He turned this wallet into Nancy at the Park Office. Nancy looked in the wallet and found a bankcard. Nancy then called the bank and asked how to get in touch with the gentleman who lost it. She spoke to this gentleman; he confirmed that he did lose his wallet. Nancy told this gentleman that there was no money in his wallet but it did contain his valuable cards like his license and social security card. This gentleman said that Nancy was correct about there being no money in his wallet. Councilman Faust commended his employee for turning this wallet in. He then spoke about Macy’s store, which is located at Washington Crown Center. Macy’s participate in a NRPA with nearly 700 Macy stores. Donations will support a community park that was to be chosen by each individual store. Our Macy’s store chose Washington Park. We will be receiving a revenue check for our Park. Councilman Faust said that he was happy that our Park was chosen. Lastly, a flier has been prepared for upcoming Park activities including Tennis and Swimming. This flier includes dates, fees and times. Fliers may be obtained from Christy and also at the Park Office.

Mayor Brenda Davis sadly commented that our City has lost another individual. This tragedy affected a precious, innocent 10-year old child. Our hearts go out to the Brown and the Thomas families. One thing that we do really well is come together as a family when there is a tragedy. However, we need to come together when there is no tragedy. Mayor Davis thanked the community for coming out last evening. They showed their full support and their respect for Ta’Niyah Renee Thomas. She will be sadly missed throughout our community. Our Police Department is working very hard to move this forward.

Mayor Davis reminded everyone to attend the Highland Ridge Film Festival on Saturday, April 12th at the George Washington Hotel. This event is at a new location this year. The time of this event will be from 1PM to 7PM. Mayor Davis thanked Mr. and Mrs. Fleet for all of their efforts and hard work they devote to bring this culture to our community.

The Washington City Building will be closed on Friday, April 18, 2014 in observance of Good Friday holiday. Regular office hours will resume on Monday, April 21, 2014 at 8:30AM.

The next regular meeting of Washington City Council will be held on Thursday, May 1, 2014 at 7PM in Council Chambers. The Agenda Meeting will be held on Monday, April 28, 2014 at 6PM, also in Council Chambers.

A motion was made by Councilman Westcott, seconded by Councilman Manning, and unanimously carried, to adjourn meeting.
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Brenda Davis, Mayor

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Christy S. Thomas, City Clerk