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Clerk - CC Ord Res Min Agenda
CITY COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES
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DIGITAL RECORDING <br /> CITY COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES <br /> Wednesday, June 19, 2019 <br /> The weekly meeting of the City Council of the City of Bremerton was called to order Wednesday, <br /> June 19, 2019, at 5:00 PM in Council Conference Room 603 of the NORM DICKS GOVERNMENT <br /> CENTER, 345 6th Street, Bremerton, Washington, with Council President Eric Younger <br /> presiding. Council Members present were Richard Huddy, Michael Goodnow, Lori Wheat, Kevin <br /> Gorman, and Leslie Daugs. Council Member Pat Sullivan was absent. Also present were City <br /> Attorney Roger Lubovich; City Clerk Angela Woods; Legislative Office Manager Lori Smith; and Dave <br /> Sorensen, Information Services Manager. <br /> A COUNCIL BRIEFING 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 /> The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Council Vice President Leslie Daugs; followed by the <br /> invocation provided by Reverend Ron Anderson of Manette Community Church. <br /> MAYOR'S REPORT Mayor Wheeler... <br /> • Reported on Sanitary Sewer Overflows vs. Combined Sewer Overflows; <br /> • Provided an update on the nuisance property located at 1317 N. Lafayette Avenue; <br /> • Displayed a map to show Chip Seal locations planned for East and West Bremerton; <br /> • Welcomed Ashley Probart, Executive Director with the Transportation Improvement Board <br /> who presented a "Complete Streets Award' to the City of Bremerton; and <br /> • Congratulated Zane Zurbrugg, son of Public Works employee Bob Zurbrugg, for being <br /> drafted by the Milwaukee Brewers in the 2019 Major League Baseball Draft. <br /> PUBLIC RECOGNITION <br /> Matt Pickering, of Leadership Kitsap's 2019 Team Red, and Josh Farley, local resident and <br /> Kitsap Sun Reporter announced that in partnership with Visit Kitsap Peninsula, the release of a <br /> free guide for residents and visitors showcasing Bremerton's Bridge to Bridge Urban Trail. <br /> Jeremie Sandbeck and Collins Clark-Hill from Olympic High School discussed the history and <br /> significance of Juneteenth, and their involvement in this year's Juneteenth-Rebooted celebration. <br /> Wilson Holocher with Total Nutrition discussed their involvement in local charities, including <br /> recently hosting a booth outside of their store to raise awareness for Juneteenth-Rebooted; and <br /> expressed their willingness to be involved in more similar and local events. <br /> Regina "Rave" Hill, representing Pastor Rodney E. Campbell of Crossing Jordan Ministries and <br /> Sustainable You Community Outreach; noted she will miss her son as he graduates Olympic High <br /> School and heads to Texas; and acknowledged Dr. Claudia Thomas, who passed away last May, <br /> as the only African-American to be a Bremerton School District Superintendent. <br /> Harold Wilson, retired Navy Master Chief, eulogized David Wilson, who recently passed away, <br /> noting he was a WWII Navy Veteran, Member of the Hamma Hamma Mason Lodge, long-time <br /> member and trustee with the Sinclair Missionary Baptist Church, PSNS retiree, avid gardener, and <br /> a faithful father and husband. <br /> Tim De La Cruz owner of Hands on Entertainment, felt blessed to be working with Ms. Hill and the <br /> Juneteenth-Rebooted Reception tonight following the Council Meeting; and encouraged members <br /> of the public to participate and be a part of future events. <br /> Everett D. Clark appreciated the support of the City in this year's successful Juneteenth-Rebooted <br /> event; and acknowledged that it was because of Ret. Navy Master Chief Harold Wilson that he had <br /> a successful Navy career, and expressed his appreciation to him for that. <br />
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