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<br />e M I NUT E S <br /> Eugene City Council <br /> McNutt Room--City Hall <br /> December 12, 1988 <br /> 5:30 p.m. <br /> COUNCILORS PRESENT: Ruth Bascom, Freeman Holmer, Jeff Miller, Debra <br /> Ehrman, Emily Schue, Rob Bennett, Roger Rutan. <br /> COUNCILORS ABSENT: Cynthia Wooten. <br /> COMMISSIONERS PRESENT: Lynn Kahle, Sue Barnhart, Randy MacDonald, Nancy <br /> Dunn, Cheryle Zwillinger. <br /> The adjourned meeting of the Eugene City Council was called to order by <br /> Council Vice President Ruth Bascom. <br /> Ms. Bascom announced that Mayor Obie would jOin the meeting later. <br /> 1. WORK SESS ION: JOINT HUMAN RIGHTS PRESIDENT'S COUNCIL/CITY COUNCIL <br />e DINNER <br /> A. Introduction <br /> Linda Lynch, Director of Intergovernmental Relations, said the council meets <br /> annually with the presidents of the human rights commissions to review their <br /> work of the past year and to discuss their future work plans. <br /> Ms. lynch said at the joint work session last year, several people were <br /> staffing the human rights commissions. In May Greg Rikhoff was hired as a <br /> Human Rights Specialist; he now staffs all of the human rights commissions. <br /> Mr. Rikhoff was a graduate student at the University of Oregon before coming <br /> to the City. Prior to that he served in the Peace Corps where he taught in <br /> Kenya for three years. <br /> Ms. lynch introduce Lynn Kahle, who chairs the Presidents Council and the <br /> Aging Commission. Mr. Kahle is acting chair of the Marketing, Transportation <br /> and Business Environment Department in the Business School at the university. <br /> He is an associate professor of consumer behavior and has a PhD from the <br /> University of Nebraska. <br /> B. Human Rights President1s Council <br /> Mr. Kahle said the presidents of the various human rights commissions make up <br /> the Human Rights Presidents Council (HRPC), the planning and oversight group <br />- MINUTES--Eugene City Council December 12, 1988 Page 1 <br />