CITY COUNCIL STUDY SESSION
Mayor Stromberg called the meeting to order at 5:33 PM
Monday, March 19, 2018
Council Chambers, 1175 E. Main Street
Councilor Slattery, Councilor Morris and Councilor Rosenthal were present.
Budget Committee Members Pamela Lucas, James Nagel, Garrett Furuichi, Shaun Moran,
Paula Hyatt, Shane Hunter and David Runkle were present.
I. Public Input (15 minutes, maximum)
II. Look Ahead review
Interim City Administrator, Adam Hanks went over the Look Ahead.
III. Capital Improvements Plan update
Planning Director, Paula Brown gave a Staff report.
IV. Financial forecast update and clarification
Administrative Service Director, Mark Welch gave a Staff report.
Items discussed were:
V. 2nd Quarter Financial Report of the 2017/19 Biennium
Mr. Welch gave an overview of the 2nd quarter financial report. He presented a PowerPoint
presentation to Council (see attached).
Items discussed were:
There was an OpenGov representative who went over how to navigate the
VI. Budget Committee volunteers for the Audit Committee
Mr. Welch gave a brief Staff report. Mr. Furuichi volunteered to be a member of the Audit
VII. Economic Development, Cultural, Tourism & Sustainability Grant cycle update
City Attorney, David Lohman gave a Staff report. Council discussed the process.
The Study Session was adjourned to Executive Session at 6:57 PM for real property transaction pursuant to ORS 190.660(2)(e) in the Jury Room.
Respectfully submitted by:
City Recorder, Melissa Huhtala
* While the study session is not a Budget Committee meeting, appointed members of the Citizens’ Budget Committee have been individually invited to attend. Notice is hereby provided that the meeting may involve a quorum of the Citizens’ Budget Committee in addition to a quorum of the City Council.
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