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09-11-2018 CC Rpt 08MINUTES CITY COUNCIL CITY OF CHINO HILLS AUGUST 14, 2018 REGULAR MEETING Mayor Rogers called the Closed Session to order at 5:00 p.m. and requested the City Clerk to call roll. PRESENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: PETER ROGERS CYNTHIA MORAN ART BENNETT BRIAN JOHSZ RAY MARQUEZ ALSO PRESENT: KONRADT BARTLAM, CITY MANAGER CHERYL BALZ, CITY CLERK MARK D. HENSLEY, CITY ATTORNEY BENJAMIN MONTGOMERY, ASSISTANT CITY MANAGER LYNNAE SISEMORE, ASSISTANT CITY CLERK PUBLIC COMMENTS There were no public comments. RECESS TO CLOSED SESSION Mayor Rogers declared the meeting recessed at 5:01 p.m. for Closed Session. EXISTING LITIGATION Conference with Legal Counsel pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(1) - Existing Litigation (3 cases): a) City of Chino Hills v. City of Industry; City of Industry City Council; Successor Agency to the Industry Urban-Development Agency; Board of Directors of the Successor Agency to the Industry Urban-Development Agency; Oversight Board of the Successor Agency to the Industry Urban-Development Agency, Real Party in Interest San Gabriel Valley Water and Power, LLC, et al., Los Angeles County Superior Court Case No. BS171398 b) City of Chino Hills v. Oversight Board of the Successor Agency to the Industry Urban- Development Agency, et. al, Superior Court of California, Sacramento Case No. 34-2017- 80002719-CU-WM-GDS c)City of Chino Hills v. City of Industry; Successor Agency to the Industry Urban- Development Agency; Oversight Board of the Successor Agency to the Industry Urban- Development Agency, and Does 1 through 50, inclusive, respondents, San Gabriel Valley Water and Power, LLC, a California limited liability company; and Does 51 through 100, inclusive, Real Parties in Interest, Los Angeles County Superior Court Case No. BS172995 Date: 09-11-2018 Item No.: 08 6/131 LABOR NEGOTIATIONS Conference with City's Labor Negotiator pursuant to Government Code Section 54957.6 regarding all City employees - City Manager, Negotiator PERFORMANCE EVALUATION - LABOR NEGOTIATIONS Public Employment Performance Evaluation pursuant to Government Code Section 54957 - City Manager CLOSED SESSION RECESS Mayor Rogers recessed the Closed Session at 6:55 p.m. CONVENE REGULAR MEETING AND ROLL CALL Mayor Rogers called the regular meeting order at 7:00 p.m. PRESENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: PETER ROGERS CYNTHIA MORAN ART BENNETT BRIAN JOHSZ RAY MARQUEZ ALSO PRESENT: KONRADT BARTLAM, CITY MANAGER MARK D. HENSLEY, CITY ATTORNEY CHERYL BALZ, CITY CLERK SCOTT ATKINSON, DEPUTY FIRE CHIEF, CHINO VALLEY FIRE DEPARTMENT ELIZABETH CARLOCK, FINANCE MANAGER DENISE CATTERN, PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER JOE DYER, ASSISTANT CITY ENGINEER BRANDON FONACIER, COMMUNITY RELATIONS ANALYST I JOANN LOMBARDO, COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR JONATHAN MARSHALL, COMMUNITY SERVICES DIRECTOR BENJAMIN MONTGOMERY, ASSISTANT CITY MANAGER LYNNAE SISEMORE, ASSISTANT CITY CLERK JOHN WALKER, POLICE CHIEF, CHINO HILLS POLICE PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG Led by Planning Commissioner Mike Stover INVOCATION Led by Chaplain Ruben Estrada, Chino Valley Fire District ANNOUNCEMENT OF ACTION TAKEN IN CLOSED SESSION There was no reportable action taken in Closed Session. PRESENTATIONS RECOGNITION - CHINO HILLS PONY LEAGUE Mayor Rogers presented certificates of recognition on behalf of the City, County Supervisor Hagman, and Assemblyman Chen to the Chino Hills Little Pony League 5u 7/131 for being the 2018 West Zone Shetland-5 World Series Champions. Coach Joseph Roseli thanked Council for the recognition. PUBLIC COMMENTS Craig Sheets, spoke about methamphetamine labs across the nation. City Attorney Hensley informed members of the public that Council meetings are not the forum to express opinions regarding candidates during this election season. Lee Guenveur, resident, voiced his opinions about district elections. Jane DeFrank, resident, announced the Chino Hills 55+ Club wine tasting fundraiser at the Summit Ranch Clubhouse on Saturday, September 22, 2018 from 3:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Robin Nicoles, Health Insurance Counseling Advocacy Program (HICAP) Medicare Specialist, announced that HICAP will be hosting open enrollment clinics at the Chino Hills Community Center to provide free healthcare and counseling services for senior citizens. Ron Guyer, resident, spoke about attending Council meetings throughout Orange County; the new crosswalk at Chaparrel Elementary School and voiced his opinions about the recent dog attack. Gabriel DeLuna, resident, spoke about National Night Out and thanked City staff, community members, San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department, and the Chino Valley Independent Fire District for their participation. He also spoke regarding the completion of Los Serranos Park. Luis Esparza, resident, thanked Council for conducting a meeting regarding development in Los Serranos, and commended City staff for organizing the National Night Out event. He spoke about lack of sidewalks in his neighborhood; overgrown trees along Butterfield Ranch Road; and inquired about the Tres Hermanos property. CITY DEPARTMENT BUSINESS CONSENT CALENDAR Item Nos. 19, regarding the Human Services Program; 21, regarding the Los Serranos Park Project; 22, regarding Fairway Drive; and 23, regarding Final Tract Map 18393-1 were pulled from the Consent Calendar for discussion and separate votes. Motion was made by Council Member Johsz and seconded by Council Member Marquez to approve the following Consent Calendar items: MINUTES The City Council approved the July 10, 2018 City Council Meeting Minutes, as presented. 8/131 CITY OFFICIAL REPORTS The City Council received and filed the City Official Reports pursuant to Travel, Training and Meetings Reimbursement Policy for the period of June 27 through July 24, 2018, as presented. WARRANT REGISTERS The City Council approved Warrant Registers and Wires for the period of June 28 through August 1, 2018 in an amount of $11,207,830.66, as presented. INVESTMENT REPORT The City Council received and filed the monthly Investment Report for June 2018, as presented. AGREEMENT AMENDMENT - TELECOMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT - CHINO CREEK The City Council authorized the execution of Amendment No. 2 to Agreement No. A98-56 with STC One LLC, Successor-In-Interest to Sprint PCS, L.L.C. to increase the amount of cost reimbursements and modify the telecommunications equipment at the existing cell facility located at 3982 Eucalyptus Avenue (Chino Creek). AGREEMENT AMENDMENT - TELECOMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT - COX SITE #3 The City Council authorized the execution of Amendment No. 2 to Agreement No. A98-57 with Sprint PCS Assets, L.L.C. to increase the amount of cost reimbursements, update the noticing addresses and modify the telecommunications equipment at the existing cell facility at 15100 Aqueduct (Cox Site #3). AGREEMENT AMENDMENT - TELECOMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT - MONOPINE - BOOSTER STATION B-9 The City Council authorized the execution of Amendment No. 4 to Agreement No. A02-80 with T-Mobile West LLC, successor-in-interest to TMO CA/NV LLC f/k/a Pacific Bell Wireless, LLC to modify the telecommunications equipment of the existing cell facility at 3982 Eucalyptus Avenue (Monopine - Booster Station B-9). AGREEMENT - PUBLIC RECORDS MANAGEMENT SERVICES The City Council authorized the execution of Agreement No. A2018-188 with NextRequest Co., for a three-year term, expiring June 30, 2021, with two (2) one-year renewal options in an amount not-to-exceed $48,921.58 for Public Records Management services. AGREEMENT AMENDMENT - EIR ADDENDUM - ADORO-BELO SPECIFIC PLAN The City Council authorized the execution of Amendment No. 1 to Agreement No. A2016-059 with LSA Associates, Inc., in an amount of $22,880, increasing the not- to-exceed amount to $83,837 to prepare an Environmental Impact Report (EIR) Addendum for Adoro-Belo Specific Plan to be developed within Vila Borba Planning Area 4. AGREEMENT AMENDMENT - TEMPORARY CLERICAL SERVICES The City Council ratified Amendment No. 3 to Professional Services Agreement No. A2016-058 previously approved on July 10, 2018 with Robert Half International, Inc., 9/131 to correct the amendment number sequence and to approve the revised Exhibit B for temporary clerical services in the Community Development Department. MUNICIPAL CODE AMENDMENT - DISCONNECT UTILITY SERVICE - ORDINANCE ADOPTED The City Council adopted Ordinance No. 331 of the City Council of the City of Chino Hills, California, Amending Section 15.04.020 of the Chino Hills Municipal Code to Amend Section 1.8.8.1 of the 2016 California Building Code to Establish the Planning Commission as the Local Appeals Board and Housing Appeals Board; to Amend Section 1.8.8.1, Designating the Planning Commission as the Appeals Board and Section R111.3 of the 2016 California Residential Code to Authorize the City Building Official to Remove and/or Disconnect Utility Service when the Health, Safety and Welfare Has or Will be Endangered by Violations of the Chino Hills Municipal Code; Amending Section 8.12.020 to Expressly Provide that Illegal and/or Marijuana Grow Houses are a Public Nuisance; Adding a New Chapter 15.18 to Address the Abatement of Dangerous Buildings; and to Repeal Urgency Ordinance No. 328u upon the Effective Date of this Ordinance , for second reading by title only. AGREEMENT AMENDMENT - TECHNICIAL REVIEW OF ENVIRONMENTAL DOCUMENTS - RESOLUTION ADOPTED The City Council (1) adopted Resolution No. 2018R-042 of the City Council of the City of Chino Hills, California, Adopting a Budget Amendment for Fiscal Year 2018-19 Increasing the General Fund Budget by $20,000 for Technical Review of Environmental Documents Services; and (2) authorized the execution of Amendment No. 2 to Agreement No. A2017-217 with Stearns, Conrad and Schmidt Consulting Engineers, Inc., dba SCS Engineers, increasing the annual contract amount to $40,000 with a total not-to exceed amount of $200,000 for a three-year agreement with two one-year renewal options, for the technical review of environmental documents relating to the TRTP Eastern Transition Station. AGREEMENT AMENDMENT - CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES The City Council authorized the execution of Amendment No. 1 to Agreement No. A2018-093 with RJM Design Group, Inc., in an amount of $26,500, increasing the total not-to-exceed amount to $115,610 to provide construction management services, perform minor engineering and re-design, and provide necessary information for clarifications and interpretations of bid documents as needed for the Grand Avenue Park Artificial Turf Installation Project. PURCHASE ORDERS - CITY VEHICLES The City Council authorized the issuance of purchase orders to National Auto Fleet Group in the amount of (1) $55,091.98 for the purchase of two 2019 Chevrolet Extended Cab 10/131 pickup trucks; and (2) $27,841.35 for the purchase of one 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Double Cab pickup truck. Motion carried as follows: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ROGERS, MORAN, BENNETT, JOHSZ, MARQUEZ NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NONE ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NONE DISCUSSION CALENDAR AGREEMENT - HUMAN SERVICES PROGRAM Mayor Rogers and Vice Mayor Moran pulled this item for discussion and separate vote and asked representatives from the School District and the City of Chino to inform the public about the programs offered. Liz Lara, Chino Valley Unified School District Program Specialist and Ted Biztarkey, Chino Community Services Manager both gave a brief description of the Human Services programs, which will provide individual and family counseling for substance abuse, delinquency, and other social and behavioral issues. The programs offered in the next fiscal year are: HOPE Family Resource Centers, Teen & Youth Counseling, Experiences in Career, Education, and Leadership (EXCEL), McKinney-Vento Children's Academic Recovery Education (CARE), and Tobacco Use Prevention Education Program (TUPE). Following discussion, a motion was made by Council Member Johsz and seconded by Vice Mayor Moran to authorize the execution of a one-year Agreement No. A2018-189 with the City of Chino to provide Human Services programs for Fiscal Year 2018-19. Motion carried as follows: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ROGERS, MORAN, BENNETT, JOHSZ, MARQUEZ NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NONE ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NONE NOTICE OF AWARD - LOS SERRANOS PARK - RESOLUTION ADOPTED Mayor Rogers, Vice Mayor Moran, and Council Member Johsz pulled this item from discussion and separate vote to inform the public about the project. Mayor Rogers stated that it has been a work in progress for up to twenty years, and it has finally come to fruition upon State approval. He added that the City has beenworking collectively with the School District and architects to invest and construct a park in the Los Serranos area. The Community Foundation will be donating $173,000 for the playground equipment and surfacing. 11/131 Following discussion, a motion was made by Council Member Johsz and seconded by Council Member Bennett to (1) adopt Resolution No. 2018R-043 of the City Council of the City of Chino Hills, California, adopting a budget amendment for Fiscal Year 2018-19 adjusting the funding sources and increasing the Los Serranos Park Project by $1,002,671; (2) award bid and Agreement No. A2018-190 with Kasa Construction, Inc. in the amount of $3,688,324.92 for the Los Serranos Park Project; (3) authorized staff to issue a Notice of Award; (4) authorized staff to accept the performance and payment bonds, proof of insurance, and issue a Notice to Proceed upon receipt and acceptance of such; and (5) authorized the City Manager to approve the cumulative change orders up to ten percent ($368,832.49) of the awarded contract amount. Motion carried as follows: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ROGERS, MORAN, BENNETT, JOHSZ, MARQUEZ NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NONE ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NONE FAIRWAY DRIVE DEDICATION - RESOLUTION ADOPTED Council Member Marquez pulled this item for discussion and separate vote to ask staff why this roadway was never accepted into the system. City Manager Bartlam stated that this easement for public road, county highway and public utility purposes was offered to the County back in 1987, and that the County neglected to formerly accept it in the publically maintained roadway system; and was overlooked again in 2000-2001. With the property currently in escrow, the City notified the property owner that the street was never entered into the County system and requested that it be presently accepted. Following discussion, a motion was made by Council Member Marquez and seconded by Council Member Johsz to (1) accept the dedication of Fairway Drive for public road into the City Street System from West End Investments, a General Partnership; and (2) adopt Resolution No. 2018R-044 of the City Council of the City of Chino Hills, California, accepting Fairway Drive into the City Street System Pursuant to Streets and Highway Code Section § 1806. Motion carried as follows: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ROGERS, MORAN, BENNETT, JOHSZ, MARQUEZ NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NONE ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NONE FINAL TRACT MAP 18393-1 - AUSMAS PROPERTIES Mayor Rogers and Council Member Marquez pulled this item for discussion and separate vote. Councilmember Marquez asked staff if the final extension of the map is complete so that the City can move forward with the project. City Manager Bartlam answered affirmatively. 12/131 Mayor Rogers stated that a large sum of money was dedicated to street improvements around Carbon Canyon Road, and asked if the street improvement funds were considered with this project. City Manager Bartlam replied yes, the street improvements are part of the Conditions of Approval as well as Council's acceptance of the final map. Mayor Rogers asked staff to explain the project. Community Development Director Lombardo said that the Applicant is committed to completing the street improvements in the next phase of the project and that the project had been conditioned to do a street widening. She said if the Applicant is to adhere to the conditions to widen the street and if they were to do any modifications they would need to come before the Planning Commission and Council to review. Following discussion, a motion was made by Council Member Marquez and seconded by Council Member Bennett to (1) find in concurrence with the subdivider that the final map for Tract No. 18393-1 can be filed in two phases, subject to the conditions of approval set forth in Exhibit A attached to the written staff report pursuant to Government Code Section 66456.1; (2) approve and accept the Final Map of Tract No. 18393-1, with the implementation of the conditions set forth in Exhibit A, as it conforms to all the requirements of the Subdivision Map Act and the City's Subdivision Map ordinance applicable at the time of conditional approval of the tentative map pursuant to Government Code Section 66458(a); (3) direct the City Clerk not to record the Final Map of Tract No. 18393-1 until the conditions listed on Exhibit A that must be completed prior to recordation are completed as determined by the City Manager; (4) approve and authorize execution of the Monumentation Agreement No. A2018-191B and the Subdivision Improvement Agreement No. A2018-191A; (5) accept a deposit to guarantee setting of the final monuments for Tract No. 18393-1 in the amount of $22,800; (6) authorize acceptance and execution of the improvement securities as outlined in the written staff report; and (7) authorize the City Clerk to record the final map pursuant to conditions set forth in Exhibit A. Motion carried as follows: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ROGERS, MORAN, BENNETT, JOHSZ, MARQUEZ NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NONE ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NONE REGIONAL HOUSING NEEDS ASSESSMENT Ping Chang Planning Manager at Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) introduced Ma’Ayn Johnson, SCAG Housing and Land Use Planner, who provided a PowerPoint presentation and gave an overview of the Regional Housing Needs Assessment (RHNA). The City Council and Ms. Johnson ensured in a lengthy discussion about how the City of Chino Hills can meet the required RHNA numbers. BIG LEAGUE DREAMS DISCUSSION City Clerk Balz announced that Item No. 26, regarding Big League Dreams was pulled from the Discussion Calendar and will be brought back at a later date. 13/131 SAFETY UPDATE - Police and Fire Police: Police Chief Walker thanked City staff and Chino Hills citizens for participating in National Night Out event. He said there were 21 different neighborhood gatherings and that Chino Hills ranked 22nd in the Nation. Police Chief Walker encouraged parents to obey traffic laws in school drop-off areas, and mentioned that there will be heavy traffic enforcement during the schools peak hours. Mayor Rogers encouraged the Sheriff's Department to enforce parking restrictions around the Government Center as well. Police Chief Walker concurred. Fire: Deputy Fire Chief Atkinson gave an update on the Northern and Southern fires throughout California. He said that the Chino Valley Independent Fire District is assisting the Prado facility for the CAL fire stations, and that fifteen firefighters are assisting with the CARR and Mendocino fires. Deputy Fire Chief Atkinson offered his condolences to the loss of several firefighters during these fires. Lastly, he spoke about the importance of CPR training as well as knowing where all of the AEDs are located within City Hall. PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER REPORT Public Information Officer Cattern announced the following events: ∑There will be no City Council meeting on August 28th ∑Pop-up City Hall on Saturday, August 18th from 9:00 a.m. to noon at Smart & Final on Chino Hills Parkway ∑Grand Avenue Park kick-off ceremony showcasing the park's new artificial turf on August 22nd at 5:45 p.m. ∑Chino Hills Community Foundation will be hosting the "Rockstars of Tomorrow" concert at the Community Center on Friday August 24th ∑Second Annual Photo Contest, for application and contest rules visit the City’s websi te at www.chinohills.org/photocontest COUNCIL REPORTS CHINO BASIN DESALTER AUTHORITY Mayor Rogers attended the Chino Basin Desalter Authority board meeting and stated that they discussed the South Archibald Plume Project, pipelines, and the quarterly update on the Jurupa Valley Expansion Project. WATER FACILITIES AUTHORITY Mayor Rogers attended the Water Facilities Authority board meeting and stated that they discussed the salary matrix for employees at the water treatment plant in Upland and the Metropolitan Water Treatment shutdowns. He spoke about water received from Lake Silverwood and mentioned that in the summer months the water permeates a sulfur smell because of algae blooms. Mayor Rogers stated that the water is treated with copper sulfites to help and that the blooms will not harm anyone during usage in the summer months. OMNITRANS Vice Mayor Moran meeting attended the Omnitrans meeting and said the discussion was focused on political advertising on buses. She said with the start of election season that the board decided to keep the current advertising policy and will revisit the matter at a 14/131 later date. Lastly, she said the board discussed implementing an Adopt-A-Stop program to keep surroundings of bus stops litter free. CHINO VALLEY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT Council Member Bennett attended the Chino Valley Unified School District board meeting and said meetings were dark during summer months. He cautioned parents to be aware of school parking drop off zones, and to be courteous and patient with one another. SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY Vice Mayor Moran attended the San Bernardino County Transportation Authority (SBCTA) board meeting and stated that they discussed the shared transit study as well as the perception of public transportation. She encouraged people to car pool. Council Member Marquez said that he did not attend the SBCTA board meeting because he was at a conference in Los Angeles. He said that he attended two other SBCTA meetings (Metro Valley and Transit) and they discussed light rail systems and land acquisition costs. CALIFORNIA INSTITUTION FOR MEN Council Member Marquez attended the California Institution for Men board meeting and said that Narcotics Anonymous will host a worldwide teleconference on Tuesday, September 18, 2018. He said that the institution currently implements thirty-four programs and that the Warden hopes to reach 100 programs for the inmates in the near future. Council Member Marquez said there are 3,700 inmates in Chino, and the oldest prisoner is 97 with the average prisoner being 52 years old. Lastly, he said that there was a community meeting regarding their security levels and upgrades, especially regarding the mental hospital. Mayor Rogers said that Chino Hills sent a letter to the California Department of Corrections to express their concerns about the security improvements and encouraged the Environmental Review process to take place. Council Member Marquez said there has been speculation that the institution housed the homeless population, and stated that there is no truth the rumor. COUNCIL COMMENTS Marquez: Council Member Marquez thanked Sharon Stuewe for hosting National Night Out in her neighborhood. He spoke about building pickle ball courts at Vellano Park since it is not heavily populated and would attract more people to the area. He thanked City staff for organizing the League of California Cities dinner on August 9th. Moran: Vice Mayor Moran asked staff to do some outreach to promote the OmniGo Route 365 busline that will drop off citizens in residential and shopping areas around the Cityto encourage more public transportation. She said that the park-and-ride lot on Chino Hills Parkway will be re-routed to Foothill and that a public hearing will take place at 10:00 a.m. at the Foothill Transit Office in West Covina. Vice Mayor Moran inquired about a timeline of the Soquel Canyon repaving. Assistant City Engineer said that the repaving of Los Serranos Country Club area will occur around Christmas time or before the fiscal year ends. 15/131 Bennett: Council Member Bennett spoke about Foothill Transit and the importance of commuting, and encouraged residents to attend the public hearing. He spoke about a resident concern regarding tree removals and to readdress the circulation element of Soquel Canyon. He said that he's a conservationist at heart and loss of 5,000 trees along the Los Serranos golf course appalls him. He asked that staff study and review the impacts to Heavens Ranch and the reservoir areas. Johsz: Council Member Johsz thanked City staff and residents for attending the recent Los Serranos infrastructure meeting. He said that National Night Out was a great event for gathering neighbors and thanked everyone who hosted. He mentioned that he was happy that the City supported the California Institution of Men security improvements to the prison. Rogers: Mayor Rogers attended the Los Serranos infrastructure meeting and stated that staff did a great presentation addressing concerns. He commended those that hosted National Night Out, and said the event was a great attempt to bond with neighbors. He asked staff to explain the street corner ramp projects occurring along Chino Hills Parkway. Assistant City Engineer Dyer said that the project is managed by Caltrans to upgrade sidewalks to be ADA compliant and accessible along Chino Hills Parkway from Carbon Canyon to the SR 71 off-ramp. Mr. Dyer said that staff approached Caltrans regarding the sidewalks and found that Caltrans cut the sidewalks from the improvements. Caltrans stated that they will take another look at the project and may find funds to make those sidewalk improvements. Mr. Dyer said that no City funds were used for the project. Mayor Rogers acknowledged Planning Commissioners Sherin Voight and Mike Stover, Parks and Recreation Commissioner Joe Schaffer, and Chino Valley Independent Fire District members Mike Kreeger and Sara Evinger in the audience. ADJOURN IN MEMORIAM Mayor Rogers adjourned the meeting in memory of Montclair Mayor Paul Melvin Eaton, who passed away at the age of 82 on July 21, 2018. ADJOURNMENT Mayor Rogers adjourned at 8:52 p.m. Respectfully submitted, CHERYL BALZ, CITY CLERK APPROVED: 16/131