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DIGITAL RECORDING Ca���L <br /> CITY COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES �� <br /> Wednesday, December2, 2015 DEC � 6 ZUIj <br /> The weekly meeting of the Bremerton City Council was called to order Wednesday, December 2, 2015, <br /> at 5:00 PM Ill COUIICII C011fe1'eIlC2 R00111 603 Of th2 NORM DICKS GOVERNMENT CENTER, 345 6th Street, <br /> Bremerton, Washington, with Council President Greg Wheeler presiding. Council Members present <br /> were Roy Runyon, Dino Davis, Jerry McDonald, Leslie Daugs and Pat Sullivan. Council Member Eric <br /> Younger was absent. Also present were City Attorney Roger Lubovich; City C{erk Shannon Corin; <br /> Legislative Assistant Lori Smith; and Hans Nilsson, with Information Services. <br /> A Coutvci� BR�EF�N� was held to discuss General Council Business at 5:00 PM in the Council <br /> Conference Room. At 5:30 PM the meeting moved to the Meeting Chambers. <br /> President Wheeler announced that Council Member Pat Sullivan will lead the Pledge of Allegiance; <br /> and Associate Pastor Russ Reuther of Sylvan Way Baptist Church will provide the invocation. <br /> MAYOR'S REPORT— Mayor Patty Lent... <br /> • Attended the annual Filipino-American 94'h Annual Dinner& Dance on November 21; and <br /> welcomed a performance tonight by the Filipino-American Harmony Choir of Kitsap County; <br /> • Looked forward to WinterFest and Artwalk events this Friday beginning at 5:00 PM; <br /> • Hoped people would support businesses by shopping local <br /> • Proclaimed December 12, 2015 as "Wreafhs Across America Day"; and announced the <br /> placing of the wreaths in honor of our veterans will take place on Saturday, December 12 from <br /> 8:30 to 9:00 AM at Ivy Green Cemetery; <br /> • Will attend an event at Keyport in Remembrance of Pearl Harbor on Monday, December 7; <br /> • Wished the Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie 192 a "Happy 114`h Birthday", and was pleased to <br /> be the Guest Speaker at their celebration on December 14 from 5:00 to 9:00 PM; and <br /> • Thanked Council Member Leslie Daugs for her involvement in the Fil-Am community. <br /> PUBLIC RECOGNITION <br /> Richard Huddy announced that prior to the "Wreaths aa�oss America" program that starts at 8:45 AM <br /> on Saturday, December 12, a 48-star American flag that had previously draped the coffin of WWI � <br /> Veteran Charles Red McHale (also a former Planning Commission Member and Puget Sound Naval <br /> Shipyard employee) will be raised over Ivy Green Cemetery; and announced a Civil Survival Workshop <br /> on Saturday, December 5 from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM at Our Saviour's Lutheran Church. <br /> Brad Gehrinq thanked the Fire Department for their exemplary efforts when his house burned down a <br /> few months ago; congratufated the Filipino-American Association on their new community center; but <br /> also expressed concerns about the lack of response to his questions from the City. <br /> Bernie Waldbilliq reported that Susanna's Antiques on Callow Avenue has been quite successful in its <br /> first 5 months of business, despite not having coverage in local news; and looked forward to an <br /> upcoming expansion of the business. , <br /> Gale Gillespie thanked all of the volunteers who helped served at the community dinner held on <br /> November 21, including Council Member Leslie Daugs; and was disheartened to learn that as part of a <br /> recent development, Mark Goldberg removed a tree that was a regular dwelling for bald eagles. <br /> Kevan Moore commented on the recent Community Meeting, the project proposed by Our Lady Star <br /> of the Sea Church project closure of Veneta Street between 5'h and 6`h Streets as proposed by, and <br /> was opposed to the project. <br />