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<br /> ,/ <br /> /\ <br /> ". <br /> M I NUT E S <br /> 'i Eugene City Council <br /> City Council Chamber <br /> July 9, 1984 <br /> 7:37 p.m~ <br /> COUNCILORS PRESENT: Brian Obie, Cynthia Wooten, John Ball, Richard Hansen, <br /> Freeman Holmer, Debra Ehrman, Emily Schue, Betty Smith. <br /> The regular meeting of the City Council of the City of Eugene, Oregon, was <br /> called to order by Councilor Obie in the absence of His Honor Mayor Gus Keller. <br /> I. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF GIFTS FROM ATHLETES OF PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA <br /> Stating that he had represented the Mayor at the July 8 ceremony for the arrival <br /> of the Olympic Torch to Eugene, Councilor Obie said he had welcomed members of <br /> the Olympic teams of the People's Republic of China and South Korea who were <br /> training in Eugene. Mr. Obie displayed two gifts which he had accepted from <br /> - the Chinese athletes on behalf of Mayor Keller--a flag of friendship and a set <br /> of eight porcelain horses. <br /> II. PUBLIC HEARINGS , <br /> - A. 1984 Eugene Community Goals and Policies (memo, resolution, background <br /> information distributed) <br /> Councilor Obie introduced the agenda item. He stated that he had received <br /> requests from two councilors that the council not take action that evening and <br /> that the period for accepting written testimony be held open until September 10. <br /> Pat Decker of the Planning Department presented the staff report, first reviewing <br /> the material distributed to the council which included the Planning Commission <br /> recommendation, errata, and revised introduction to the Community Goals document, <br /> the 1984 Community Goals and Policies document as developed by the conference <br /> delegates, materials received after the Planning Commission public hearing, and <br /> the July 6 memorandum from Councilor Holmer. Based on the questions raised <br /> during the Planning Commission public hearing, she stated that staff had performed <br /> some follow-up work with the Land Conservation and Development Commission to <br /> discuss how. the goals should be reviewed. She said staff was recommending that <br /> the period for written testimony be held open for 45 days in order to submit the <br /> Community Goals and Policies document through the post-acknowledgement process. <br /> Ms. Decker stated that LCDC agreed with this action. She stated tha t Roger <br /> Rutan, President of the Planning Commission, would present the recommendations <br /> of the commission. <br /> Mr. Rutan briefly reviewed the actions of the Planning Commission in regard to <br /> the Community Goals and Policies as described in the July 1, 1984, Planning <br /> Department memorandum. He explained that the commission had decided not to <br /> - <br /> MINUTES--Eugene City Council July 9, 1984 Page 1 <br />