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City Council Reg. Mtg. Minutes <br /> Wednesday, January 6, 2016 <br /> Page 2 of 3 <br /> The Monterey with 48-units; Evergreen Point with 109-units; 1010 Apartments with 25-units; and 4tn <br /> Street Redevelopment with new facades, 27-units including retail space; <br /> • Encouraged attendance at a book signing with practicing physician and national bestselling author <br /> Carol Casselia who will be the featured guest speaker at "Enl!ghten" on Friday, January 8 from 5:30 <br /> to 7:30 PM at the Elks Lodge located at 4131 Pine Road; and <br /> • Congratulated local artists Leilani Lewis and Carla Grahn for being recognized in the 2016 <br /> Washington State Juried Art Exhibition, and invited the community to the Reception and Awards <br /> Ceremony to be held at the Admiral Theatre on Saturday, January 23. <br /> PUBLIC RECOGNITION <br /> Mike Walton, Community Relations Director of the Kitsap Family YMCA, provided information on the <br /> latest happenings at the "Y", including the annual "No Joining Fees" offer that is available through <br /> January 18; and the upcoming "Resolution 5k Run". <br /> Gale Gillespie asked when the "5 Most Wanted" and "3 Most Dreaded Houses" would again be <br /> published in the Kitsap Sun because he felt it was a really valued service for the community. He also <br /> reported on the successful 114th Birthday Celebration of the Bremerton Eagles Aerie 192. <br /> Hollv Gilman, Civil Survival, spoke about a program to help persons formerly incarcerated to integrate <br /> into employment and society. <br /> John Richard Miller was concerned about the increase in trash throughout the City. <br /> CONSENT AGENDA <br /> 7A— Claims 8� Check Register: Check Numbers 366377 through 366707, and EFT-15615 through <br /> EFT-15664 in the amount of$2,099,069.15; Deferred Compensation Refund for the pay period <br /> ending June 15, 2015 in the amount of$300.00; Regular Payroll for the pay period ending <br /> December 15, 2015 in the amount of$722,939.93; Regular Payroli for the pay period ending <br /> December 31, 2015 in the amount of$736,073.89; and Retiree Payroll for the pay period ending <br /> December 31, 2015 in the amount of$53,338.73. <br /> 7B — Minutes of Meeting — December 16, 2015 <br /> 7C — Confirm Appointment of Garrett Nobbs to the Arts Commission <br /> There were no comments from the public... <br /> 06:07:15 M/S/C/U (Huddy/Daugs) Move to approve the CoNSENr A�EN�a as presented. <br /> GENERAL BUSINESS— There were no General Business Items tonight... <br /> COUNCIL MEMBER REPORTS <br /> � Pat Sullivan mentioned two Public Works Community Meetings are sr,heduled on January 7 to highlight <br /> "2016 Public Works Projects" and on January 21 for a presentation on the "Lebo Boulevard <br /> Improvements Project". <br /> Leslie Dauas thanked Greg Wheeler for serving as Council President the past three years; <br /> congratulated Eric Younger and Dino Davis for being elected as 2016 Council Chairs, and welcomed <br /> new Council Member Richard Huddy. <br /> .lerrv McDonafd added the proposed refurbishing of the Roxy Theater to the list of upcoming projects in <br /> Bremerton that was presented earlier during the Mayor's Report. <br />
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