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Mr. Kelly said the State system would provide more timeliness in reporting requirements, and said the City <br />of Eugene should not duplicate the State’s plan. <br /> <br />Mr. Pryor asked what advantages the City of Eugene would have by duplicating the State system. <br /> <br />Ms. Taylor was concerned about when contributions would be published, and asked what publication <br />requirements were in place. <br /> <br />Ms. Feldman explained how the private electronic workspaces for individual candidates and political <br />committee worked, and how they linked to the Secretary of State’s webpage. <br /> <br />In response to Ms. Ortiz, Ms. Feldman said the existing $2,000 threshold for filing detailed reports would <br />remain in place. <br /> <br />Mr. Poling said accessibility of information on campaign activity for the public was a great benefit. <br />He asked if the system could be revisited if there were problems with the State system. Ms. Feldman said <br />the issue could be brought back to the City Council in the future. <br /> <br />In response to Ms. Bettman, Ms. Feldman said campaign treasurers would be required to track aggregate <br />contributions by donors. Ms. Feldman confirmed no City policy issues were related directly to the issue, <br />and required that no local ordinance be repealed. <br /> <br />Mr. Pryor hoped the Eugene Public Library could provide accessible electronic filing services for candi- <br />dates. <br /> <br />There was consensus that the council should take no action relating to ORS 260.163 at this time so the <br />State’s electronic system and filing requirements would become effective January 1, 2007, without special <br />provisions for Eugene candidates and committees. <br /> <br /> <br />D. WORK SESSION: Transportation Priorities for North and West Eugene <br /> <br /> <br />City Engineer Mark Schoening provided the staff report, reviewing the transportation priorities for West and <br />North Eugene for consideration by the City Council. He introduced Mark Gillem from the University of <br />Oregon (UO) School of Architecture and Allied Arts, and Stephano Viggiano from Lane Transit District <br />(LTD). <br /> <br />Mr. Schoening welcomed questions from the City Council. <br /> <br />Ms. Solomon expressed concern about how access issues had been managed around the Norwalk Furniture <br />Store during a prior construction project. <br /> <br />Referring to the LTD corridor study, Mr. Kelly said he preferred to conduct two corridor studies, including <br />Highway 99/6th-7th Avenue/7thAvenue and 11th Avenue, noting both were ultimately EmX corridors, but <br />acknowledged there were not sufficient resources to do both studies. He said he was comfortable moving <br />forward with the West 11th Avenue project. Mr. Kelly said the Oregon Department of Transportation <br /> <br /> <br /> <br />MINUTES—City Council October 9, 2006 Page 4 <br /> Work Session <br /> <br />