Gordon City Council Minutes August 8, 2019

Notice of the meeting was given to advance by publication in the Sheridan County Journal Star, the designated method for giving notice as shown by the affidavit of publication on file in the City Clerk’s office. Agendas of the meeting were simultaneously given to the Mayor and all members of the Council. All proceedings hereafter shown were taken while the convened meeting was open to the attendance of the public.

A meeting of the City Council of the City of Gordon was called to order at 6:00 p.m., August 8, 2019 in the Council Chambers of the City Auditorium. The Mayor noted the location of the Open Meetings Laws poster in the back of the room.

Present: Paul, Russell, Grant, and Bounous.

Absent: Evans.

Motion by Paul, seconded by Grant to approve the minutes of the July 11, 2019 meeting. Ayes: Paul, Russell, Grant, and Bounous.

The July 2019 Treasurer’s Report was not available from GLR.

Motion by Bounous, seconded by Paul to approve the bills. Ayes: Russell, Grant, Bounous, and Paul.

Abbreviations for the legal: EX, Expense; FE, Fee; GR, Groceries; MI, Mileage; RE, Reimbursement; RPT, Report; SA, Salaries; SE, Services; SU, Supplies.

PAID BILLS

EFTPS, Ally, EX, $562.39; EFTPS, Ally, EX, $523.52; EFTPS, Fleet Services, SU, $1,315.63; EFTPS, FNBO, FE, $92.46; EFTPS, NE Dept of Revenue, RE, $3,324.37; RS1261, Grocery Mart, SU, $170.23; EFTPS, The Depository Trust Co, EX, $570.00; 48320, Payroll Fund, SA, $38,413.44; 48321, Huck’s Lazerwash, SE, $400.00; 48322, BC/BS, EX, $10,267.68; 48323, Centurion Technologies, EX, $50.00; 48324, Consumer Reports, SU, $30.60; 48325, Demco, SU, $317.92; 48326, Fur Fish & Game, SU, $17.95; 48327, Ingram, SU, $83.91; 48328, Library Petty Cash, RE, $60.00; 48329, Martha Stewart Living, SU, $19.00; 48330, NWRPPD, SE, $6,084.38; 48331, Verizon Connect, SE, $193.70; 48332, NE Life, SU, $24.00; 48333, OCLC, SE, $518.75; 48334, Pioneer Woman, SU, $18.00; 48335, Reader’s Digest, SU, $19.98; 48336, Xerox, EX, $105.69; 48337, City of Gordon, RE, $161.03; 48338, Tyler Fisher, RE, $38.97; 48339, Payroll Fund, SA, $37,675.93; 48340, Airport Authority, RE, $293.67; 48341, Airport Bond Savings, RE, $255.68; 48342, City of Gordon, RE, $200.00; 48343, CNH Capital, SE, $1,118.12; 48344, Susan Hill, SE, $955.00; 48345, Madison National Life, EX, $50.54; 48346, Mid Continent, SE, $600.00; 48347, Verizon Connect, SU, $30.23; 48348, Perpetual Care Fund, RE, $400.00; 48349, Black Hills Energy, SE, $349.46; 48350, Special Assessment Bond Fund, RE, $421.80; 48351, USPS, SE, $168.56; 48352, Verizon, SE, $403.94; 48353, Gordon Rural Fire, EX, $16,550.55; 48354, Smith, King, Simmons, & Conn, EX, $382.23; 48355, NE Law Enforcement Tr Ctr, FE, $10.00; 48356, First National Bank, EX, $16,267.25. 

Total July Paid Bills: $139,516.56.

UNPAID BILLS, 48357, Arnold Pool Co, SU, $53.45; 48358, Baker & Associates, SE, $480.57; 48359, Dan Bishop, RE, $50.00; 48360, Shelby Berger, RE, $50.00; 48361, Tony Bishop, RE, $50.00; 48362, City of Chadron, EX, $45.00; 48363, Customized Billing, SE, $240.00; 48364, Croell, SU, $836.45; 48365, First National Bank Omaha, SU, $1,226.86; 48366, JD Financial, SU, $5,473.12; 48367, Farmers Coop, SU, $9.99; 48368, Ford Motor Credit, EX, $374.09; 48369, GMHS, SE, $120.00; 48370, Great Plains Communications, SE, $1,684.97; 48371, Graphics Designs Intl, SU, $177.15; 48372, Galls, SU, $234.90; 48373, Grocery Mart, SU, $31.92; 48374, Gworks, SE, $315.00; 48375, General Fund Money Market, EX, $8,000.00; 48376, Hinn’s Auto Sales, SU, $1,329.45; 48377, Hillyard, SU, $635.57; 48378, Homestead, SU, $7.16; 48379, Colin Hyatt, RE, $50.00; 48380, Core & Main, SU, $90.31; 48381, Hawkins, SU, $1,106.12; 48382, Clay Heath, RE, $50.00; 48383, Clay Heath, RE, $123.40; 48384, Insurance Fund, EX, $14,859.00; 48385, Kelly Construction, SU, $2,129.12; 48386, Kustom Rock, SU, $1,000.00; 48387, Gardner, Loutzenhiser & Ryan, SE, $750.00; 48388, Loup Valley Lighting, SU, $432.00; 48389, Midwest Special Services, Inc, SE, $621.00; 48390, McLeod’s, SU, $1,129.27; 48391, MidContinent, SE, $119.00; 48392, Michael Todd & Co, SU, $1,568.86; 48393, NPPD, SE, $8,730.39; 48394, NE Total Office, SU, $57.77; 48395, NW Pipe Fittings, SU, $3,155.46; 48396, NW Community Action, EX, $192.93; 48397, NE Rural Water, FE, $200.00; 48398, One Call Concepts, SE, $39.06; 48399, Powerplan, SU, $2,539.90; 48400, Petty Cash, RE, $234.89; 48401, Nikki Plemons, SE, $60.00; 48402, Shane Pascale, RE, $50.00; 48403, Panhandle Area Development Dist, FE, $1,249.45; 48404, Ben Plemons, RE, $50.00; 48405, Panhandle RC & D, FE, $300.00; 48406, Quill, SU, $98.07; 48407, NE Public Health Env lab, SE, $48.00; 48408, Glen Spaugh, RE, $50.00; 48409, Dan Sasse, RE, $50.00; 48410, Dan Sasse, RE, $179.99; 48411, Stockmen’s Drug, SU, $320.63; 48412, Scottsbluff Screenprinting, SU, $120.00; 48413, See The Trainer, SU, $197.78; 48414, Sheridan County Journal Star, SE, $398.33; 48415, Smith King & Simmons, SE, $1,295.00; 48416, Simon Materials, SU, $9,388.00; 48417, True Value, SU, $317.22; 48418, Triangle Electric, SE, $8,225.24; 48419, 21st Century, SU, $359.00; 48420, Westco, SU, $3,558.70; 48421, Water Reserve Fund, RE, $1,716.00; 48422, Water/Sewer Bond Fund, EX, $17,200.00; 48423, Water/Sewer Bond Fund, EX, $5,000.00; 48424, Kevin Wolkins, RE, $50.00; 48425, Keith Wolkins, RE, $50.00; 48426, Xerox, EX, $889.06.

Total August Unpaid Bills: $111,824.60.

Total August Paid Bills: $123,249.31.

Total August Bills: $235,073.91.

City Manager Glen Spaugh contacted Dustin Waugh to get an estimate on the needed gutter repair at the North Hall. After Dustin’s inspection, he did not feel that the gutters needed to be replaced. His recommendations were to clean the gutter, as it had debris causing the water to overflow and to patch the small existing holes with silicon. Utility Superintendent Shane Pascale completed both recommendations this week. He will be monitoring the gutters to make sure all holes are repaired and make further repairs if necessary. Dustin Waugh also recommended that the drainage between the building and on the south side of the building be addressed. Public Works Director Dan Bishop has contacted Steve Greenamyre and is waiting on his estimate and recommendation.

Motion by Bounous, seconded by Grant to pass Resolution 2019-09. Ayes: Grant, Bounous, Paul, and Russell.

RESOLUTION NO. 2019-09

WHEREAS, the City of Gordon intends to create a parade route from 1ST Street and Main Street to 3rd Street and Main Street, for the Gordon/Rushville High School Homecoming Parade, Friday, September 20, 2019, from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm.

WHEREAS, closure of roadways along the parade route is necessary to relieve the through traffic from the area in the City of Gordon, Nebraska on or near the parade route, and to provide a safe event for participation and spectators, and;

WHEREAS, the Main Street (Nebraska Highway 27) roadway from 1st Street to 3rd Street is part of the state highway system and is located within the official corporate limits or zoning jurisdiction of the City of Gordon, and;

WHEREAS, the City of Gordon, while making use of the state highway system for a special event, shall have the legal duty to protect the highway property from any damage that may occur arising out of the special event and the state shall not have any such duty during the time the City of Gordon is in control of the property as specified in the notice provided pursuant to LB 589/N.R.S §39-1359, and;

WHEREAS, any existing statutory or common law duty of the state to protect the public from damage, injury, or death shall become the duty of the City of Gordon while making use of the state highway system for a special event and the state shall not have any such statutory or common law duty during the time the City of Gordon is in control of the property as specified in the notice provided pursuant to LB 589/N.R.S §39-1359, and;

WHEREAS, pursuant to LB 589/N.R.S §39-1359, thirty (30) days advance written notice of the special event must be provided to the Nebraska Department of Roads which specifies the date and time City of Gordon will assume control of the identified state highway property, as well as the date and time the City of Gordon will relinquish control of such state highway property to the State of Nebraska. In addition, the City of Gordon shall provide beginning and ending locations for the highway closure including sufficient area for the placement of advance warning and/or detour signing, and include sufficient time for the City of Gordon to prepare and later clean the property prior to returning possession back to the State of Nebraska, and;

WHEREAS, LB 589/N.R.S §39-1359 dictates that if a special event includes any portion of the State of Nebraska Highway System, the City of Gordon shall, if a claim is made against the State of Nebraska, indemnify, defend, and hold harmless the State of Nebraska from all claims, demands, actions, damages, and liability, including reasonable attorney’s fess, that may arise as a result of the special event; and

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that said Parade Route and road Closure referred to hereinabove is hereby adopted. That the governing body of the City of Gordon acknowledges and accepts all duties set out in LB 589/N.R.S §39-1359, subsection (2) and accepts that the City of Gordon shall indemnify, defend, and hold harmless the State of Nebraska from all claims, demands, actions, damages, and liability including reasonable attorney’s fees, that may arise as a result of the event and such Parade Route and Road Closure is accepted by the City of Gordon and the Mayor and City Clerk are hereby authorized and directed to execute same on behalf of the municipality.

/s/ Nancy I Russell

MAYOR 

ATTEST: /s/ Kim Buchan

CITY CLERK

Motion by Paul, seconded by Bounous to appoint City Manager Glen Spaugh as primary representative and Vice-Mayor Kelly Grant as secondary representative to the Panhandle Area Development District Board. Ayes: Bounous, Paul, Russell, and Grant.

Motion by Paul, seconded by Grant to pass Ordinance 1183. Ayes: Paul, Russell, Grant, and Bounous.

CITY OF GORDON, NEBRASKA 

ORDINANCE NO. 1183

AN ORDINANCE VACATING A CITY ALLEYWAY DESCRIBED AS ALL THAT PART OF THE 115’ ALLEYWAY BEGINNING AT THE NORTH LINE OF WEST THIRD STREET, EXTENDED NORTH 115’ TO THE NORTH EDGE OF PT OUTLOTS K & L, OT, GORDON, SHERIDAN COUNTY, NE; ESTABLISHING EASEMENT FOR CITY AND PROCEDURE FOR SPECIAL DAMAGES; AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE. 

BE IT ORDAINED BY THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GORDON, NEBRASKA:

Section 1: Pursuant to Gordon City Ordinance, SECTION 5-210, Notice has been provided to property owners abutting the real property described All that part of the 115’ alleyway beginning at the north line of West Third Street, extended north 115’ to the north edge of PT Outlots K & L, OT, Gordon by first class mail to their last known address on the 19th day of July, 2019. 

Section 2: Upon a finding that All that part of the 115’ alleyway beginning at the north line of West Third Street, extended north 115’ to the north edge of PT Outlots K & L, OT, (1) receives no public usage due to obstruction from vegetation and trees, (2) is not utilized by City of Gordon public works in the operation of the City, and (3) without continued future maintenance may fall into disrepair, the City of Gordon, Nebraska hereby declares that the action of vacating the above described city alleyway is in the best interests of the City. 

Section 3: The City of Gordon shall reserve and hold an easement upon Outlots K & L, Original Town of Gordon, Nebraska, across that portion of the described property between the curb line and adjacent property lines. Said easement shall be for the purpose of maintaining all utilities. 

Section 4: Abutting property owners suffering special damages resulting from the City vacating the above described alleyway may make application to the City for compensation not to exceed the difference between the value of the abutting property immediately before, and immediately after, the sidewalk is vacated. Upon such an application, pursuant to SECTION 5-218, the city mayor shall appoint a special commission of disinterested residents of the City to ascertain the amount of special damages to which abutting property owners are entitled to receive and which resulted from the City of Gordon vacating the above described alleyway. 

Section 5: This ordinance shall take effect and be in full force from and after its passage, approval and publication as required by law. A copy of this Ordinance shall be recorded with the Sheridan County Register of Deeds within 30 days of becoming effective. 

PASSED AND APPROVED this 8th day of August, 2019.

CITY OF GORDON, NEBRASKA

ATTEST: /s/ Nancy I Russell

Mayor

/s/ Kim Buchan

City Clerk

Motion by Grant, seconded by Paul to waive 2nd and 3rd readings of Ordinance 1183. Ayes: Russell, Grant, Bounous, and Paul.

Motion by Bounous, seconded by Paul to pass Ordinance 1184. Ayes: Bounous, Paul, and Russell. Nays: Grant.

CITY OF GORDON, NEBRASKA

ORDINANCE NO. 1184

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF GORDON, NEBRASKA AMENDING SECTION 2-501 OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE OF GORDON, NEBRASKA, PROVIDING FOR THE ALLOWANCE OF CHICKENS WITHIN THE CITY LIMITS; PROVIDING FOR THE REPEAL OF ALL ORDINANCES OR PARTS OF ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT WITH THIS ORDINANCE; ESTABLISHING DEFINITIONS; PROVIDING FOR PUBLICATION OF THIS ORDINANCE; TO PROVIDE FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

BE IT ORDAINED BY THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GORDON, NEBRASKA:

SECTION 1. That Section 2-501 of the Gordon Municipal Code be amended as follows:

SECTION 2-501: ANIMALS BANNED FROM CITY, CHICKENS EXEMPTED UNDER CONDITIONS

1. It shall be unlawful for any person to keep or maintain within the corporate limits any horse, mule, sheep, cow, goat, swine or other livestock or any turkeys, geese, ducks or other fowl, provided however that this section shall not apply to chickens as described in subsection 3 herein. 

2. It shall be unlawful for any person to harbor, maintain or control a wild, dangerous or undomesticated animal within the City. A “wild, dangerous or undomesticated animal” shall be one which is not of a species customarily used as an ordinary household pet, but one which would ordinarily (A) be confined to a zoo, (B) be found in the wilderness of this or any other country, or (C) cause a reasonable person to be fearful of bodily harm or property damage. Fish in an aquarium are not included in this definition. Nothing in this section is intended to prohibit a circus or other entertainment organization, an educational, scientific, or medical institution or the Department of Parks and Recreation from keeping such an animal where the same is securely and humanely confined.

3. A resident of the city may keep or harbor a maximum of six (6) chickens within the city limits and within the city’s extraterritorial zoning areas under the following conditions: 

A. A maximum of six (6) chickens may be kept or maintained for hobby, recreational, subsistence or non-commercial purposes; 

B. Chickens are defined as domestic fowl typically maintained on farms for their eggs or meat, provided however for purposes of this Section, chickens shall not include roosters. It shall be unlawful for any person to keep or maintain a rooster within the corporate limits of the city. Chickens do not include ducks, geese, turkeys, guinea fowl or any other fowl; 

C. All chickens shall be secured within coups, pens, enclosures or shelters which are located no closer than eight (8) feet to an adjacent property line and no closer than thirty (30) feet to a neighboring residence. All coups, pens, enclosures or shelters shall be maintained in rear yards. Rear yards are defined as that portion of property which extends from the rear of a dwelling to the alley. It shall be unlawful to harbor or maintain free roaming chickens, and it shall be unlawful to harbor or maintain chickens or chicken coups, pens, enclosures or shelters in front or side yards. 

4. Violations of this section may be punishable by a fine in the amount of $100.00 per occurrence. Every individual animal maintained or harbored in violation of this section shall be deemed to be one occurrence. Further, any police officer, animal control officer, or other person duly authorized by the City shall have the authority to enforce the provisions of this section, and may further take possession of any animal which the officer or authorized representative reasonably believes is being maintained, harbored or possessed in violation of this section. If the person in possession of such animal refuses to relinquish possession of the animal, the officer or authorized person shall obtain an appropriate court order authorizing the seizure of such animal. Animals otherwise prohibited or banned by this section found in any public place or found unrestrained or running at large on any city street, sidewalk, public property, or property belonging to anyone who is not the owner of that animal may be seized without a warrant or court order. Any person or entity violating this section shall, in addition to any other penalty, forfeit the animal to the officer or authorized representative for destruction or disposition, and all costs of such seizure, disposition or destruction shall be assessed to the defendant or person in violation of this section. 

SECTION 2: All ordinances or parts of an ordinance in conflict herewith are hereby repealed.

SECTION 3: This ordinance shall be published pursuant to law.

SECTION 4: The provisions of this ordinance are severable and the invalidity of any phrase, clause or part of this ordinance shall not affect the validity or effectiveness of the remainder of this ordinance.

SECTION 5: This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after it’s approval, passage, and publication according to law.  

PASSED AND APPROVED this 8th day of August, 2019.

CITY OF GORDON, NEBRASKA

/s/ Nancy I Russell

Mayor

ATTEST: /s/ Kim Buchan

City Clerk

Motion by Bounous, seconded by Paul to waive 2nd and 3rd readings of Ordinance 1184. Ayes: Paul, Russell, Grant, and Bounous. 

Motion by Bounous, seconded by Grant to pass Ordinance 1185. Ayes: Russell, Grant, Bounous, and Paul.

ORDINANCE NO. 1185

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF SEWER UTILITY BOND ANTICIPATION NOTES, OF THE CITY OF GORDON, NEBRASKA, IN THE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF NOT TO EXCEED SIX HUNDRED SIXTY THOUSAND DOLLARS ($660,000) TO PROVIDE INTERIM FINANCING TO PAY THE COSTS OF CONSTRUCTING ADDITIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS TO THE SEWER SYSTEM OF THE CITY PENDING THE ISSUANCE OF PERMANENT GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS; PRESCRIBING THE FORM OF SAID NOTES; AGREEING TO ISSUE GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS TO PAY THE NOTES AT MATURITY OR TO PAY THE NOTES FROM OTHER AVAILABLE FUNDS; PROVIDING FOR A SINKING FUND AND FOR THE LEVY AND COLLECTION OF TAXES TO PAY SAID NOTES; PROVIDING FOR THE SALE OF THE NOTES; AUTHORIZING THE DELIVERY OF THE NOTES TO THE PURCHASER; PROVIDING FOR THE DISPOSITION OF THE NOTE PROCEEDS AND ORDERING THE ORDINANCE PUBLISHED IN PAMPHLET FORM.

Motion by Paul, seconded by Grant to waive 2nd and 3rd readings of Ordinance 1185. Ayes: Grant, Bounous, Paul, and Russell.

After some discussion, motion by Bounous, seconded by Paul to approve the Airport’s preliminary tax request in the amount of $15,000. Ayes: Grant, Bounous, Paul, and Russell.

The computer system that monitors the city’s water system is twenty years old and is needing to be upgraded. Currently, the radios on the wells and the water tank fail several times a day, which means there is no communication between them and the water computer. Without this communication Utility Superintendent Shane Pascale and other utility personnel have to manually start and stop the wells and monitor the tank level. The city has obtained an estimate from Timberline for the upgrade. It will cost between $30,000 and $40,000 to update the system. Motion by Bounous, seconded by Grant to proceed with the upgrade to the city’s water system computer and radios. Ayes: Bounous, Paul, Russell, and Grant.

City Manager Spaugh provided council with an overview of the 2019-2020 budget. It will be covered more in depth at the Council Budget Workshop on August 29 at 6:00 pm.

Motion by Bounous, seconded by Paul to approve Resolution 2019-10. Ayes: Paul, Russell, Grant, and Bounous.

Resolution 2019-10

WHEREAS, the City of Gordon intends to create an area for the Gordon Chamber of Commerce to host their annual Fall Festival, from 1st and Main to 3rd and Main on Saturday, September 28, 2019 from 6:00 am to 6:00 pm, and

WHEREAS, the City of Gordon will create a detour using the proper signage and using the route provided on the map which is attached to Resolution 2019-10, and

WHEREAS, closure of roadways within the area is necessary to relieve the through traffic from the area in the City of Gordon, Nebraska on or near the area, and to provide a safe event for participation and spectators, and;

WHEREAS, the Main Street (Nebraska Highway 27) roadway from 1st Street to 3rd Street is part of the state highway system and is located within the official corporate limits or zoning jurisdiction of the City of Gordon, and;

WHEREAS, the City of Gordon, while making use of the state highway system for a special event, shall have the legal duty to protect the highway property from any damage that may occur arising out of the special event and the state shall not have any such duty during the time the City of Gordon is in control of the property as specified in the notice provided pursuant to LB 589/N.R.S §39-1359, and;

WHEREAS, any existing statutory or common law duty of the state to protect the public from damage, injury, or death shall become the duty of the City of Gordon while making use of the state highway system for a special event and the state shall not have any such statutory or common law duty during the time the City of Gordon is in control of the property as specified in the notice provided pursuant to LB 589/N.R.S §39-1359, and;

WHEREAS, pursuant to LB 589/N.R.S §39-1359, thirty (30) days advance written notice of the special event must be provided which specifies the date and time City of Gordon will assume control of the identified state highway property, as well as the date and time the City of Gordon will relinquish control of such state highway property to the State of Nebraska. In addition, the City of Gordon shall provide beginning and ending locations for the highway closure including sufficient area for the placement of advance warning and/or detour signing, and include sufficient time for the City of Gordon to prepare and later clean the property prior to returning possession back to the State of Nebraska, and;

WHEREAS, LB 589/N.R.S §39-1359 dictates that if a special event includes any portion of the State of Nebraska Highway System, the City of Gordon shall, if a claim is made against the State of Nebraska, indemnify, defend, and hold harmless the State of Nebraska from all claims, demands, actions, damages, and liability, including reasonable attorney’s fess, that may arise as a result of the special event; and

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that said Parade Route and road Closure referred to hereinabove is hereby adopted. That the governing body of the City of Gordon acknowledges and accepts all duties set out in LB 589/N.R.S §39-1359, subsection (2) and accepts that the City of Gordon shall indemnify, defend, and hold harmless the State of Nebraska from all claims, demands, actions, damages, and liability including reasonable attorney’s fees, that may arise as a result of the event and such Parade Route and Road Closure is accepted by the City of Gordon and the Mayor and City Clerk are hereby authorized and directed to execute same on behalf of the municipality.

/s/ Nancy I Russell

MAYOR 

ATTEST: /s/ Kim Buchan

CITY CLERK

With no further business, motion by Bounous, seconded by Paul to adjourn at 7:08 pm. Ayes: Russell, Grant, Bounous, and Paul.

/s/ Kim Buchan

City Clerk

/s/ Nancy I Russell

Mayor

I, the undersigned, City Clerk for the City of Gordon, Nebraska hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and correct copy of the proceedings had and done by the Mayor and Council on August 8, 2019; that all of the subjects included in the foregoing proceedings were contained in the agenda for the meeting, kept continuously current and available for inspection at the office of the City Clerk; that such subjects were contained in said minutes of the Mayor and Council of the City of Gordon from which the foregoing proceedings have been extracted were in written form and available for public inspection within ten working days and prior to the next convened meeting of said body; that all news media requesting notification of the time and place of said meeting and the subjects to be discussed at said meeting.

/s/ Kim Buchan

City Clerk

Published: August 14, 2019