One who intends to leave others better off for his having existed.

8/24/09

Why wasn’t the “Two Thirds Bond” proposal recorded in the Minutes of the City Council meeting or briefing on July 28, 2009?

…the City Council did not make a final decision


 on items to be funded from the City’s FY 09-10 two-thirds bond capacity


at its July 28th briefing.


 


 Of the approx. $11,360,000 capacity,


 we have recommended using $7,420,000 for Landfill closure costs.


 


The council will decide


whether to use the remaining balance of $3,940,000


and on what projects at a future date.


 


They are considering a variety of items


 


Rick Lusk


Finance Director


City of Greensboro




 


DRAFT


MINUTES OF THE CITY COUNCIL


OF THE


CITY OF GREENSBORO, N.C.


http://greensboro.granicus.com/DocumentViewer.php?file=greensboro_85fc53a137e43d56f571360de0331c53.pdf


 


SPECIAL MEETING:                                         28 JULY 2009


 


Pursuant to the e-mailing of required public notices, the posting of notices on the City Council Chamber doors and the entrance to the Executive Offices, and the posting of notices on the City’s web page and Channel 13 television, the City Council of the City of Greensboro met in a Special meeting at 12:30 p.m. on the above date in the Council Chambers of the Melvin Municipal Office Building with the following members present: Mayor Yvonne J. Johnson, presiding; Councilmembers T. Dianne Bellamy-Small, Sandra Anderson Groat, Zachery Matheny, Robert V. Perkins, and Mary C. Rakestraw. Absent: Councilmembers Michael L. Barber, Trudy Wade and Goldie F. Wells. Also present were Robert Morgan, Interim City Manager; Terry Wood, City Attorney; and Elizabeth H. Richardson, City Clerk.


 


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Taking the prerogative of the Chair, Mayor Johnson stated the purpose of the meeting was to go into closed session to have discussions with the consultant for the City Manager position but that before doing so stated several of the candidates had requested that their names not be published and requested Council vote whether to keep this process confidential or not. Councilmember Bellamy-Small made a motion that we keep this process confidential throughout the entire process. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Rakestraw; the motion was adopted on the following roll call vote: Ayes: Bellamy-Small, Groat, Johnson, Matheny, Perkins and Rakestraw. Noes: one.


 


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Councilmember Perkins made a motion to adjourn to executive session to consider the qualifications, competence, character, fitness, conditions of employment of prospective City Manager applicants pursuant to NCGS Section 143-318.11(a)(1),(3) and (6) and NCGS Section 160A-168 and return to adjourn the meeting. The motion was seconded Councilmember Rakestraw; the motion was adopted by a unanimous voice vote of Council.


 


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Mayor Johnson asked Councilmember Matheny to lead the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag prior to leaving the Chamber.


 


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City Council adjourned to closed session at 12:40 p.m.


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City Council reconvened at 1:50 p.m. with all members in attendance except Councilmembers Barber, Bellamy-Small, Rakestraw and Wells. Councilmember Perkins moved that City Council adjourn. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Rakestraw and adopted unanimously by voice vote of Council.


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THE CITY COUNCIL ADJOURNED AT 1:52 P.M.


 


YVONNE J. JOHNSON                                   ELIZABETH H. RICHARDSON


MAYOR                                                                       CITY CLERK


 


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