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City Council Reg. Mtg. Minutes <br /> Wednesday, September 7, 2016 <br /> Page2of5 <br /> • Was pleased the City of Bremerton was presented with a Certificate in Recognition by the <br /> Aircraft Owners & Pilots Association (AOPA), and specifically acknowledged Council <br /> Member Jerrv McDonald for all of his efforts in bringing the Fly-In event to Bremerton. <br /> PUBLIC RECOGNITION (Below is only a summary of fhe full commenfs provided...) <br /> Mike Walton, Community Relations Coordinator with the Bremerton/Kitsap Family YMCA, <br /> provided a briefing on events taking place at the "Y" this fall including the 4'h Annual 3�d Grade <br /> Swimming Program; and interested persons can sign-up for a Membership Fee Reduction <br /> during the first two weeks of September, including at a booth at Manette Fest. <br /> Martitha May, Kitsap Immigrant Assistance Center Executive Director, announced that the 15t <br /> Annual Sacrifice of Service for the Saving of Souls (SOS) Community event will be on <br /> September 11 from 9:00 to 11:00 AM at Evergreen Rotary Park; and that representatives from <br /> local agencies will be sharing information to assist people during a disaster. <br /> Martha Jones and Karen Varaas of the New Life Community Development Agency, added that <br /> information will also be available to assist parents in talking with their children about the reasons <br /> for 9/11, and will include training that will show them how to teach their children emergency <br /> preparedness and how they can help during a natural disaster. <br /> Barbara Price in response to a protest held on Sunday, August 28 on Wheaton Way, requested <br /> the Council consider an ordinance to prohibit female frontal nudity (toplessness) in Bremerton. <br /> Mazaina Garvev also provided comments in opposition to toplessness and agreed that an <br /> ordinance was needed to prevent such demonstrations in the future. <br /> Stanlev Hess, Valentinetti Puppet Museum Curator, expressed concerns about the upcoming <br /> development on the 200 Block of 4'h Street which will impact access to businesses. <br /> Daniel Conlev invited the community to attend a forum for innovators as part of the "Athena <br /> Project" on September 23 from 1:00 to 4:00 PM at Olympic College. <br /> Jacquelvn Speare invited the community to Come Party for the Park, an event on Tuesday, <br /> September 13 from 5:00 to 7:00 PM at the Boatshed Restaurant, with proceeds benefitting the <br /> Manette Park Redevelopment Project. <br /> Terrv Fessner referred to a letter that was forwarded to Council Member McDonald last week <br /> to express several concerns about a large number of people holding a meeting in the Carpenter <br /> Hall without an occupancy permit. Council Member McDonald responded that he had not yet <br /> received the letter, but would review his email. Mr. Fessner also expressed his concern that <br /> Lodging Tax Funds were distributed to the Admiral Theatre Foundation when the license for <br /> their non-profit status was inactive per his recent contact with the State Secretary Office; and <br /> lastly expressed concern about the total cost for 4th Street improvements which he believes will <br /> not draw residents to downtown. <br /> Gavle Gillespie raised a question about whether solar panels have been considered for this <br /> building; complained about the lack of parking for citizens wanting to attend Council Meetings; <br /> and asked for assistance on removing a dying tree by the Eagles Hall. <br /> CONSENT AGENDA <br /> 5A— Claims & Check Register: Check Numbers 369824 through 370100, and EFT-16399 <br /> through EFT-16458 in the amount of$2,768,135.47; Regular Payroll for the pay period <br /> ending August 15, 2016 in the amount of$744,256.49; Regular Payroll (Correction)for <br />