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<br />e <br /> <br />e <br /> <br />e <br /> <br />, <br /> <br />discussion should take place sometime in the near future. Ms. Ehrman <br />supported the idea of instituting guidelines for monetary contributions in <br />order to set a future precedent on which councilors may base their decisions. <br /> <br />Mr. Holmer said that the council should receive more information on the <br />activities and budget of the West Cascade Returned Peace Corps Volunteers <br />before it agrees to make a monetary contribution. Until this type of <br />information is received, he cannot support this funding request. <br /> <br />The motion passed, 7:1; with Councilors Boles, Bascom, Rutan, <br />Green, Bennett, Schue, and Ehrman voting aye; and Councilor <br />Holmer voting nay. <br /> <br />C. Tree Ordinance Within the Urban Growth Boundary <br /> <br />Ms. Schue informed councilors that the Lane County Commissioners have been <br />discussing the possible adoption of a tree ordinance within the urban growth <br />boundary. <br /> <br />Ed Smith, PARCS Department, said that the County Commissioners voted 3:2 to <br />adopt the Tree Ordinance within the urban growth boundary with a mandatory <br />90-day sunset clause. <br /> <br />Ms. Schue moved, seconded by Mr. Bennett, to authorize the <br />City Manager to negotiate and enter into an intergovernmental <br />agreement with Lane County to provide for City enforcement of <br />the Lane County Tree Ordinance within the urban growth <br />boundary. The motion carried unanimously, 8:0. <br /> <br />D. <br /> <br />Oregon Track Club <br /> <br />Mr. Rutan announced that the Oregon Track Club has requested financial <br />support from the City to offset a recent increase in traffic control costs. <br />He pointed out the enormous benefit that the Oregon Track Club provides to <br />our community through its organization of community sporting activities. It <br />is the club's position that event participation would significantly decline <br />if registration fees were raised to offset these additional costs. <br /> <br />Mr. Rutan moved, seconded by Mr. Bennett, to authorize the <br />City Manager to enter into a contract for services with the <br />Oregon Track Club for $5,000, with $3,000 to be applied to <br />the Butte-to-Butte road race and $2,000 for The Race. <br /> <br />Ms. Schue requested additional information on the activities of the Oregon <br />Track Club before making a final decision. <br /> <br />Mr. Rutan agreed to provide councilors with the requested information in <br />hopes that the Oregon Track Club1s request would be discussed at the May 9 <br />council work session. <br /> <br />MINUTES--Eugene City Council <br /> <br />April 25, 1990 <br /> <br />Page 2 <br />