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City af.Sewnrd, .4lnskn <br />,'Vo~entbcr ?6, :007 <br />L CALL TO ORDER <br />C'itp Caurtcrl.M1/inutes <br />Valente 37, Page 45.4 <br />The November 2G, 20117 regular ntecting of the Seward City Council was called to order at <br />7:30 p.m. by Mayor Clark Cnrhridge. <br />OPENING CF.RF.~)ONl' <br />Police Chief Tom Clemons led the pledge of allegiance to the Flag <br />ROLL CALL <br />Thcro wore presenl: <br />Clark C'orbridgc presiding and <br />14'illard Uunham Linda Ambcrg <br />Boli 1'aldatta Tom Smith <br />Jean Rardarson kietsy Kellar <br />comprising a quorum of the Council; and <br />Phillip Oates, Cit}~ Manager <br />Jean Lewis, City Clerk <br />Johanna Dollerhide, Assistant City Clerk <br />:1BSENT -None <br />A moment of silence was taken for the recent passing of Dale Lindsey. <br />CITIZENS' CONInIENTS ON ANY StiBJECT E%CEPT THOSE ITEMS SCIIEDI?LF.D <br />FOR Pl BLIC IIF.:1RING <br />liim Kowalski Ropers, spoke as an employee for the Cily ol'ScwarJ. Shc took oCl'ensc to <br />the abusive comments towards city staff and their wages and benetits. Salaried and nou-salaried <br />employees worked above and beyond. As an employee, she worked very hard for what she got and <br />she was proud of the work she did. She hoped the council would take that into consideration. <br />llebbic 1'an '1'asscl, spoke on the 2~/o bed tax increase before the council tonight. Shc didn't <br />feel it was right that hotels nut of the city limits didn'I have to charge cityor bed taxes. Ifthese rates <br />went up, they could charge exn•a to come up with the same total as in town. They would get more <br />Cor sitting outside the city limits, which was a huge difference. <br />APPROVAL OF AGENDA AND CONSENT :1GENDA <br />i\lotiou (Bardarson/llunhant) Approval of Agcuda and Consent Agcuda <br />