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HDC_03 13 2017Page 1 of 15 LITTLE ROCK HISTORIC DISTRICT COMMISSION MINUTES Monday, March 13, 2017, 5:00 p.m. Board Room, City Hall Roll Call Quorum was present being five (5) in number. Members Present: Chair Dick Kelley Vice Chair Ted Holder BJ Bowen Jeremiah Russell Lauren Frederick Members Absent: Toni Johnson Open Position (Property Owner Resident) City Attorney: Debra Weldon Staff Present: Brian Minyard Citizens Present: Patricia Blick Callie Williams Approval of Minutes BJ Bowen made a motion to approve the January 9, 2017 minutes as submitted. Commissioner Jeremiah Russell seconded and the motion passed with a vote of 5 ayes, 1 absent (Johnson) and 1 open position. Notice requirements were met on all of the items except as noted in individual hearing items. Notice of public hearing was printed in a newspaper of general circulation, posted on the internet and emails were sent to interested citizens and the press to inform them of the agenda being posted online. DEPARTMENT OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT 723 West Markham Street Little Rock, Arkansas 72201-1334 Phone: (501) 371-4790 Fax: (501) 399-3435 Page 2 of 15 DATE: March 13, 2017 APPLICANT: Kathleen Fowler, Arkansas State Library ADDRESS: 10900 Interstate 30 REQUEST: Nomination of the Martin Cemetery to the National Register PROJECT BACKGROUND AND DESCRIPTION: The subject property is located at 10900 Interstate 30. The property’s legal description is “Part of the SE NE BEG 497' N OF SE COR TH W350' N547' TH S87*37'50"W125' MOL N01*49'40"W100' TH N87*36'50"E450' S01*49'40"E100' TH EAST TO ELN OF SE NE TH S547' TO BEG located in SECTION 4 Township 1S Range 13W AND PT SW1/4 NW1/4 03 - 1S-13W BEG 546.8' N OF SW COR SW1/4 NW1/4 N89*55'E 179.7' S01*09'W 208.11' DEPARTMENT OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT 723 West Markham Street Little Rock, Arkansas 72201-1334 Phone: (501) 371-4790 Fax:(501) 399-3435 www.littlerock.gov STAFF REPORT ITEM NO. A. Location of the Martin Cemetery Page 3 of 15 S89*32'W 184' TO POB in the City of Little Rock, Pulaski County, Arkansas." Only part of the cemetery is being nominated to the National Register. See sketch in the nomination for exact area. The Arkansas Historic Preservation Programs has set forth the “Arkansas Certified Local Government Procedures.” In it, sections are titled: “Introduction”, “Eligibility for participation in the Certified Local Government Program”, “Process for Certification of Local Governments”, “Process for monitoring Certified local Governments,” “Certified Loc al Governments Participation in the National Register Nomination Process”, and “Transfer of funds to Certified Local Governments.” In Section II Eligibility for Participation in the Certified Local Government Program subsection C Local Historic Preservation Program, II C. 2. f) states that one of the Duties of local preservation commissions shall include: “Reviewing all proposed National Registration nominations for properties within the boundaries of the CLG’s jurisdiction. When a commission reviews a nomination or other action that will impact properties which are normally evaluated by a professional in a specific discipline, at that discipline is not represented on the commission, the commission must seek expertise in that discipline before rendering its decision.” In Section V Certified Local Government participation in the national register nomination process, sub section B CLG involvement in the National Register Process, the procedures state: A. CLGs shall submit a report (available for public inspection) to the AHPP regarding the eligibility of each property or district within its jurisdiction proposed for nomination to the National Register. I. The report shall include recommendations of the local preservation commission and the chief elected official. 2. The report should concentrate on the property's eligibility under the National Register criteria. 3. Failure to submit reports on the eligibility of properties nominated within the jurisdiction of the CLG after the AHPP has informed the CLG of a pending nomination will be considered during the periodic performance evaluation. B. CLG involvement in the National Register process I. Within 60 calendar days of receipt of the nomination, the CLG shall inform the AHPP by submission of a report (see section V-A) as to its opinion regarding the eligibility of the property. The CLG shall also inform the property owner(s) using National Register criteria for evaluation, as to its opinion regarding the eligibility of the property. 2. In the event a nomination is received by the AHPP before submission to the CLG, the AHPP will forward a copy of the completed nomination to the CLG within 30 calendar days of receipt. Page 4 of 15 3. If both the commission and chief elected official recommend that a property not be nominated because it does not meet the National Register criteria for eligibility, the CLG will so inform the property owner(s) and the State Historic. Preservation Officer, the property will then not be nominated unless an appeal is filed with the SHPO in accordance with appeal procedures outlined in 36 CFR 60. Appeals must be received by the SHPO within 30 calendar days of the date the property owner receives notification by certified mail that the property has been determined ineligible for nomination by both the CLG and the Chief elected official. This is in accordance with Section 101[c) 2 of the NHPA. 4. If the commission or the chief elected official of the CLG recommend that a property should be nominated, the nomination will be scheduled for submission to the Arkansas State Review Board. Scheduling will be in accordance with notification time constraints as set forth in 36 CFR Part 60. 5. The Arkansas State Review Board, after considering all opinions, including those of the commission and the chief elected official of the CLG, shall make its recommendation to the State Historic Preservation Officer. Either the local preservation commission or the chief elected official may appeal the SHPOs final decision. 6. When a National Register nomination, that has been reviewed by a commission, is submitted to the National Park Service for review and listing, all reports or comments from the local officials will be submitted along with the nomination. 7. The AHPP and the CLG will work together to provide ample opportunity for public participation in the nomination of properties to the National register. All reports submitted by the CLG to the AHPP regarding the eligibility of properties shall include assurances of public input. The CLG shall retain a list of all persons contacted during the evaluation period and note comments that were received. If a public meeting was held, a list of those attending shall be included in the report. PROPOSAL: The Commission will review the Nomination of the Martin Cemetery to the National Register. This nomination was prepared by Kathleen Fowler, Senior Librarian on behalf of Bill Shepard of the Martin Cemetery. It was edited by Callie Williams, National Register Historian, AHPP. As surveyors and early settlers, the Martin and the Douglass families were an important part of the early settlement and development of Pulaski County and their family connections and public service helped to form the early political dynamics that would continue to affect Arkansas politics for the next century. The Martin Cemetery Historic Section is being nominated to the National Register of Historic Places under Criterion A for its association with the history of Exploration and Settlement of central Arkansas. This site is also being nominated under Criteria Consideration D as a cemetery associated with the settlement of the surrounding area. This cemetery is a rare surviving link with the historic community that existed in the area before the establishment of any major transportation link other than the Southwest Trail. The associated farmsteads and other architectural remnants or landscapes associated with the earliest settlement families interred in the Martin Cemetery have been lost. Page 5 of 15 NEIGHBORHOOD COMMENTS AND REACTION: At the time of distribution, there were no comments regarding this application. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends nomination to the National Register of Historic Places under Criterion A and D. Criterion A is defined as: Property is associated with events that have made a significant contribution to the broad patterns of our history. Criterion D is defined as: Property has yielded, or is likely to yield, information important in prehistory or history. COMMISSION ACTION: March 13, 2017 Brian Minyard, Staff, made a brief presentation on the item including the Staff recommendation. Callie Williams, AHPP, stated that she edited the application and helped with gathering information to the applicant. She said that she was willing to answer any questions. Chair Dick Kelley commented that it was an interesting read. Patricia Blick, QQA Executive Director, said that the QQA endorses all three for inclusion into the National Register of Historic Places. She wanted to note for the record that in her previous employment as Deputy Director of AHPP, she reviewed the Determination of Eligibility as part of her job duties on all three nominations tonight. Debra Weldon, City Attorney’s office, stated that the wording on the Review Sheet should state recommends instead of supports. Commissioner Jeremiah Russell made a motion to recommend inclusion into the National Register of Historic Places and was seconded by Commissioner BJ Bowen. The motion passed with a vote of 5 ayes, 1 absent (Johnson) and 1 open position. Page 6 of 15 DATE: March 13, 2017 APPLICANT: Amber Jones ADDRESS: 300 Broadway REQUEST: Nomination of the Gay Oil Company Building to the National Register PROJECT BACKGROUND AND DESCRIPTION: The subject property is located at 300 Broadway. The proper ty’s legal description is “Lots 10, 11, 12 of Block 118 of the Original City of Little Rock, Pulaski County, Arkansas." The Arkansas Historic Preservation Programs has set forth the “Arkansas Certified Local Government Procedures.” In it, sections are titled: “Introduction”, “Eligibility for participation in DEPARTMENT OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT 723 West Markham Street Little Rock, Arkansas 72201-1334 Phone: (501) 371-4790 Fax:(501) 399-3435 www.littlerock.gov STAFF REPORT ITEM NO. B. Location of the Gay Oil Company Building Page 7 of 15 the Certified Local Government Program”, “Process for Certification of Local Governments”, “Process for monitoring Certified local Governments,” “Certified Local Governments Participation in the National Register Nomination Process”, and “Transfer of funds to Certified Local Governments.” In Section II Eligibility for Participation in the Certified Local Government Program subsection C Local Historic Preservation Program, II C. 2. f) states that one of the Duties of local preservation commissions shall include: “Reviewing all proposed National Registration nominations for properties within the boundaries of the CLG’s jurisdiction. When a commission reviews a nomination or other action that will impact properties which are normally evaluated by a professional in a specific discipline, at that discipline is not represented on the commission, the commission must seek expertise in that discipline before rendering its decision.” In Section V Certified Local Government participation in the national register nomination process, sub section B CLG involvement in the National Register Process, the procedures state: A. CLGs shall submit a report (available for public inspection) to the AHPP regarding the eligibility of each property or district within its jurisdiction proposed for nomination to the National Register. I. The report shall include recommendations of the local preservation commission and the chief elected official. 2. The report should concentrate on the property's eligibility under the National Register criteria. 3. Failure to submit reports on the eligibility of properties nominated within the jurisdiction of the CLG after the AHPP has informed the CLG of a pending nomination will be considered during the periodic performance evaluation. B. CLG involvement in the National Register process I. Within 60 calendar days of receipt of the nomination, the CLG shall inform the AHPP by submission of a report (see section V-A) as to its opinion regarding the eligibility of the property. The CLG shall also inform the property owner(s) using National Register criteria for evaluation, as to its opinion regarding the eligibility of the property. 2. In the event a nomination is received by the AHPP before submission to the CLG, the AHPP will forward a copy of the completed nomination to the CLG within 30 calendar days of receipt. 3. If both the commission and chief elected official recommend that a property not be nominated because it does not meet the National Register criteria for eligibility, the CLG will so inform the property owner(s) and the State Historic. Preservation Officer, the property will then not be nominated unless an appeal is filed with the SHPO in accordance with appeal procedures outlined in 36 CFR 60. Appeals must be received by the SHPO within 30 calendar days of the date Page 8 of 15 the property owner receives notification by certified mail that the property has been determined ineligible for nomination by both the CLG and the Chief elected official. This is in accordance with Section 101[c) 2 of the NHPA. 4. If the commission or the chief elected official of the CLG recommend that a property should be nominated, the nomination will be scheduled for submission to the Arkansas State Review Board. Scheduling will be in accordance with notification time constraints as set forth in 36 CFR Part 60. 5. The Arkansas State Review Board, after considering all opinions, including those of the commission and the chief elected official of the CLG, shall make its recommendation to the State Historic Preservation Officer. Either the local preservation commission or the chief elected official may appeal the SHPOs final decision. 6. When a National Register nomination, that has been reviewed by a commission, is submitted to the National Park Service for review and listing, all reports or comments from the local officials will be submitted along with the nomination. 7. The AHPP and the CLG will work together to provide ample opportunity for public participation in the nomination of properties to the National register. All reports submitted by the CLG to the AHPP regarding the eligibility of properties shall include assurances of public input. The CLG shall retain a list of all persons contacted during the evaluation period and note comments that were received. If a public meeting was held, a list of those attending shall be included in the report. PROPOSAL: The Commission will review the Nomination of the Gay Oil Company Building to the National Register. This nomination was prepared by Amber Jones and was edited by Ralph Wilcox, AHPP. The Gay Oil Company Building is architecturally significant as an example of an early 20th Century Commercial building with Neo-Classical detailing. The owner and primary occupant of the building, Thomas J. Gay, was a catalyst to the rise of automobile transportation in Little Rock, occupying the building from 1925 to his retirement in 1938. The building meets National Register Criterion C in the area of Architecture as an exceptional example of Early 20th Century Commercial building with Neo-Classical detailing. NEIGHBORHOOD COMMENTS AND REACTION: At the time of distribution, there were no comments regarding this application. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends nomination to the National Register of Historic Places under Criterion C which is defined as: Property embodies the distinctive characteristics of a type, period, or method of construction or represents the work of a master, or possesses high artistic values, or represents a significant and distinguishable entity whose components lack individual distinction. Page 9 of 15 COMMISSION ACTION: March 13, 2017 Brian Minyard, Staff, made a brief presentation on the item including the Staff recommendation. Mr. Minyard noted that QQA has supported this nomination. Callie Williams, AHPP, stated that she edited the application and stated that this was an important building architecturally on a major thoroughfare. It is important as an early oil company in Little Rock that ties into the development of the automobile age. She said that she was willing to answer any questions. Commissioner BJ Bowen made a motion to recommend inclusion into the National Register of Historic Places and was seconded by Commissioner Jeremiah Russell. The motion passed with a vote of 5 ayes, 1 absent (Johnson) and 1 open position. Page 10 of 15 DATE: March 13, 2017 APPLICANT: Travis Ratermann, AHPP ADDRESS: 18500 Cooper Orbit Road REQUEST: Nomination of the Lake Nixon to the National Register PROJECT BACKGROUND AND DESCRIPTION: The subject property is located at 18500 Cooper Orbit Road. The property’s legal description is All that part of Sections 18 and 19 in Township 1 North, Range 13 West, Pulaski County, Arkansas, described as follows, to-wit: DEPARTMENT OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT 723 West Markham Street Little Rock, Arkansas 72201-1334 Phone: (501) 371-4790 Fax:(501) 399-3435 www.littlerock.gov STAFF REPORT ITEM NO. C. Location of Lake Nixon Page 11 of 15 Beginning at the Northwest corner of the NE1/4 of the SW1/4; of Section 18; thence South along the West line of said NE1/4 SW1/4 1313.9 feet to the Southwest corner thereof; thence East 1324.9 feet to the Southeast corner of saidNE1/4 SW1/4; thence South 1318.4 feet to the Southwest corner of the SW1/4 of the SE1/4, Section 18; thence East along the South line of said SE1/4 to a point which is 2064.44 feet West of the Northeast corner of Section 19, thence at an angle of South 60 degrees 30 minutes East 118.72 feet; thence at an angle of South 82 degrees 50 minutes East 301.9 feet; thence continuing along an angle South 64 degrees 24 minutes East 231.2 feet.; thence South 52 degrees 09 minutes East 353.15 feet; thence South 17 degrees 54 minutes East 276.1 feet; thence South 51 degrees 33 minutes East 336 feet; thence South 39 degrees 21 minutes East 217.90 feet; thence South 57 degrees 07 minutes East 137.90 feet; thence South 47 degrees 01 minutes East 213.40 feet; thence south 64 degrees 27 minutes East 30.86 feet; thence South 71 degrees 54 minutes East 143.97 feet; thence East 90.45 feet to the center line of the upper Hot Springs Highway; thence North 37 degrees 05 minutes East 274.87 feet along the center line of said Highway to a point on the East line of the NE1/4 of Section 19; thence North along said East line of NE1/4 of Section 19 and the East line of the SE1/4 of Section 18 to the Northeast corner of the· SE1/4 of the SE1/4 of said Section 18; thence West along the ·North line of the said SE1/4 of SE1/4 330 feet; thence North and parallel with the East line of the NE1/4 of the SE1/4 of Section 18 to a point on the North line of said SE1/4 which is 330 feet West of the Northeast corner of said SE1/4; thence West along said North line-to a point that is 500 feet East of the Northwest corner of the NE1/4 SE1/4 Section 18, thence South 34 degrees 17 minutes West 1,388.7 feet to a point in the center of Lake Nixon Road; thence following along center line of said road North 74 degrees 36 minutes West 212.4 feet; thence North 61 degrees 50 minutes West 540.2 feet; thence North 66 degrees 24 minutes West 226.2 feet; thence North 52 degrees 31 minutes West 179.1 feet; thence North 59 degrees 29 minutes West 118.4 feet; thence North 72 degrees 40 minutes West 234.1 feet; thence North 59 degrees 46 minutes West 167.1 feet; thence North 48 degrees 58 minutes West 508.4 feet; thence North.64 degrees 58 minutes West 156.9 feet, to a point on the North line of the NE1/4 of the SW1/4 328 feet East of the Northwest corner thereof; thence West to the point or place of beginning. LESS AND EXCEPT the following four tracts described.as follows, to-wit: Tract 1: Part of the SE1/4 of the SE1/4 of Section 18, Township 1· North, Range 13 West, more particularly described as follows, to-wit: Beginning at a point 330 feet West of the Northeast corner of said SE1/4 SE1/4 Section 18; thence West 409 feet to an iron pin; thence South 30 degrees West 182. 6 feet to an iron pin in center of paved road; thence South 76 1/2 degrees East 222 feet to center of County Road; thence North 51 degrees East along center line of said Road a distance of 352.8 feet, more or less, to North line of SE1/4 SE1/4 Section 18, and the point of beginning of this exception and containing in said exception 1.43 acres, more or less. Tract 2: Part of the SE1/4 of the SE1/4 of Section 18, Township 1 North, Range 13 West, more particularly described as follows, to-wit: Commencing at a point on the North line of the SE1/4 of the SE1/4 330 feet West of the Northeast corner thereof; thence South 51 degrees 0 minutes West a distance of 509. 9 feet to the point or place of beginning of the tract of land herein excepted; thence South 51 degrees 0 minutes West 132.9 feet; thence South 45 degrees 10 minutes west 66.1 feet; thence South 31 degrees 15 minutes West 42.3 feet; thence South 11 degrees 13 minutes West 51.8 feet; Page 12 of 15 thence South 1 degree 55 minutes East 49 feet; thence South 70 degrees 54 minutes East 383.7 feet; thence North 17 degrees 46 minutes East 339 feet; thence North 76 degrees 24 minutes West 293.4 feet to the point or place of beginning. Tract 3: Part of the SE1/4 of the SE1/4 of Section 18 and the NE1/4 of the NE1/4 of Section 19, Township 1 North, Range 13 West, more particularly described as follows, to-wit: Beginning at the Southeast Corner of Section 18; thence South along the East line of Section 19 41 feet; thence West 248.3. feet, more or less, to a point which is 5 feet East of the Lake Nixon Road right of way; thence North 17 degrees 0 minutes West parallel to said right of way 161.4 feet to a point which is 5 feet East of the Lake Nixon Road right of way; then East 295.25 feet to a point on the East line of Section 18; thence South 114 feet to the place of beginning. Tract 4: Part of the NE1/4 of the NE1/4 of Section 19, township 1 North, Range 13 West, described as follows, to-wit: Beginning 311.3 feet South of the Northeast Corner of said Quarter Quarter Section on the East line thereof; thence West ·l44.8 feet to the East Right of Way line of the Lake Nixon Road; thence Southwesterly along the East line of said Road Right of Way 273 feet; thence East 223.5 feet to the East line of the NE1/4 of the NE1/4; thence North 256 feet to· the place of beginning. This property is located west of the city limits of Little Rock in Pulaski County, Arkansas. The Arkansas Historic Preservation Programs has set forth the “Arkansas Certified Local Government Procedures.” In it, sections are titled: “Introduction”, “Eligibility for participation in the Certified Local Government Program”, “Process for Certification of Local Governments”, “Process for monitoring Certified local Governments,” “Certified Local Governments Participation in the National Register Nomination Process”, and “Transfer of funds to Certified Local Governments.” In Section II Eligibility for Participation in the Certified Local Government Program subsection C Local Historic Preservation Program, II C. 2. f) states that one of the Duties of local preservation commissions shall include: “Reviewing all proposed National Registration nominations for properties within the boundaries of the CLG’s jurisdiction. When a commission reviews a nomination or other action that will impact properties which are normally evaluated by a professional in a specific discipline, at that discipline is not represented on the commission, the commission must seek expertise in that discipline before rendering its decision.” In Section V Certified Local Government participation in the national register nomination process, sub section B CLG involvement in the National Register Process, the procedures state: A. CLGs shall submit a report (available for public inspection) to the AHPP regarding the eligibility of each property or district within its jurisdiction proposed for nomination to the National Register. I. The report shall include recommendations of the local preservation commission and the chief elected official. Page 13 of 15 2. The report should concentrate on the property's eligibility under the National Register criteria. 3. Failure to submit reports on the eligibility of properties nominated within the jurisdiction of the CLG after the AHPP has informed the CLG of a pending nomination will be considered during the periodic performance evaluation. B. CLG involvement in the National Register process I. Within 60 calendar days of receipt of the nomination, the CLG shall inform the AHPP by submission of a report (see section V-A) as to its opinion regarding the eligibility of the property. The CLG shall also inform the property owner(s) using National Register criteria for evaluation, as to its opinion regarding the eligibility of the property. 2. In the event a nomination is received by the AHPP before submission to the CLG, the AHPP will forward a copy of the completed nomination to the CLG within 30 calendar days of receipt. 3. If both the commission and chief elected official recommend that a property not be nominated because it does not meet the National Register criteria for eligibility, the CLG will so inform the property owner(s) and the State Historic. Preservation Officer, the property will then not be nominated unless an appeal is filed with the SHPO in accordance with appeal procedures outlined in 36 CFR 60. Appeals must be received by the SHPO within 30 calendar days of the date the property owner receives notification by certified mail that the property has been determined ineligible for nomination by both the CLG and the Chief elected official. This is in accordance with Section 101[c) 2 of the NHPA. 4. If the commission or the chief elected official of the CLG recommend that a property should be nominated, the nomination will be scheduled for submission to the Arkansas State Review Board. Scheduling will be in accordance with notification time constraints as set forth in 36 CFR Part 60. 5. The Arkansas State Review Board, after considering all opinions, including those of the commission and the chief elected official of the CLG, shall make its recommendation to the State Historic Preservation Officer. Either the local preservation commission or the chief elected official may appeal the SHPOs final decision. 6. When a National Register nomination, that has been reviewed by a commission, is submitted to the National Park Service for review and listing, all reports or comments from the local officials will be submitted along with the nomination. 7. The AHPP and the CLG will work together to provide ample opportunity for public participation in the nomination of properties to the National register. All reports submitted by the CLG to the AHPP regarding the eligibility of properties shall include assurances of public input. The CLG shall retain a list of all persons Page 14 of 15 contacted during the evaluation period and note comments that were received. If a public meeting was held, a list of those attending shall be included in the report. PROPOSAL: The Commission will review the Nomination of the Lake Nixon to the National Register. Lake Nixon, near Little Rock, Arkansas, is being nominated to the National Register of Historic Places with statewide significance under Criterion A for its association of Politics/Government and Entertainment/Recreation. The period of significance extends to 1969, due to the length of the initial court case which extended from 1966 to 1969. Lake Nixon is a preserved example of a site associated with a national-level desegregation case, brought to the United States Supreme Court, that inevitably set the precedent for entertainment and recreation establishments to not be able to discriminate based on race, and were found to be subject to Title II of the 1964 Civil Rights Act. NEIGHBORHOOD COMMENTS AND REACTION: At the time of distribution, there were no comments regarding this application. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends nomination to the National Register of Historic Places under Criterion A which is defined as: Property is associated with events that have made a significant contribution to the broad patterns of our history. COMMISSION ACTION: March 13, 2017 Brian Minyard, Staff, made a brief presentation on the item including the Staff recommendation. Mr. Minyard noted that QQA has supported this nomination. Callie Williams, AHPP, stated that she was an interesting example for Criterion A in Social History, more particularly the civil Rights movement. She said that she was willing to answer any questions. Chari Dick Kelley asked when Lake Nixon was created. Ms. Williams stated she did not know. Commissioner Jeremiah Russell made a motion to recommend inclusion into the National Register of Historic Places and was seconded by Commissioner BJ Bowen. The motion passed with a vote of 5 ayes, 1 absent (Johnson) and 1 open position. It was noted that the State Review Board will review these on the first W ednesday in April at 10:00 at 1100 North Street at the Department of Heritage offices. Other Matters Preservation Plan Implementation update Mr. Minyard stated that they will be having another meeting this Friday. The location will be A the Sister Cities Conference room in City Hall. Enforcement issues Staff had none to report to the Commission. Certificates of Compliance A spreadsheet was distributed to the Commission earlier. Citizen Communication There were no citizens that chose to speak during citizen communication. Adjournment There was a motion to adjourn and the meeting ended at 5:20 p.m. Attest: Chair Secretary/Staff 7 Date 4,tcq -I l Date Page 15 of 15