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<br /> e M I NUT E S <br /> Eugene City Council <br /> McNutt Room--City Hall <br /> June 14, 1989 <br /> 11:30 a.m. <br /> COUNCILORS PRESENT: Ruth Bascom, Rob Bennett, Shawn Boles, Debra Ehrman, <br /> Bobby Green, Freeman Holmer, Roger Rutan, Emily Schue. <br /> The adjourned meeting of June 12, 1989, of the Eugene City Council was called <br /> to order by Mayor Jeff Miller. <br /> 1. ITEMS FROM THE MAYOR, CITY COUNCIL, AND CITY MANAGER <br /> A. Timeframe for West Eugene Wetlands Study <br /> Mr. Holmer noted that the Metropolitan Policy Committee (MPC) has been <br /> discussing the impact of wetlands on Eugene's inventory of industrial lands. <br /> He said that even under an expedited schedule proposed by staff, the changes <br /> resulting from the wetlands study are not scheduled for completion until June <br /> e 1991, at the earliest. He suggested that the council discuss a possible <br /> modification of the Planning Commission's work program in order to implement <br /> the changes resulting from the wetlands study more quickly. <br /> Councilors requested a staff report on this issue and time for council <br /> discussion at a future meeting. <br /> B. Evaluation of Community Response Team <br /> Mr. Green requested an early evaluation of the effect of the Community <br /> Response Team on public safety problems. He suggested that merchants on the <br /> downtown mall or the Public Safety Advisory Committee be polled for feedback <br /> about how the response team has affected the climate on the mall. <br /> C. New Entrance Signs for Eugene <br /> Mr. Rutan said the Community Sign Advisory Committee (CSAC) was charged with <br /> designing entrance signs for Eugene. Dave Reinhard, Public Works Department, <br /> gave a staff summary of the project. Mr. Reinhard said in 1987, the State <br /> Legislature passed a bill which allowed communities to install up to four <br /> identification signs, with the stipulation that the signs be located outside <br /> of State highway right-of-way. He said CSAC has chosen four locations for <br /> Eugene's new entrance signs: two will be installed on Interstate 5, one will <br /> be installed on Highway 99 near the Black Angus, and one will be installed <br /> north of Beltline Road on Highway 99. Mr. Reinhard said CSAC contracted with <br /> e MINUTES--Eugene City Council June 14, 1989 Page 1 <br />