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3. Kathryn Dunn - thanked council for its reasonable direction on short-term rentals. <br />4. Richard Self - said the City is reverting to criminalizing homelessness despite the pandemic. <br />S. Ed McMahon - said the proposal to ban natural gas without a pubic process is bad governance. <br />6. Annie - said the Police Department is propping up a racist and unjust system. <br />7. Leah Carnine - supported reallocating funds away from EPD and towards other social services. <br />8. Linda Heyl - expressed dissatisfaction with the CAP2.0 input process, noting a gap in commitment. <br />9. Keith Wohlberg - asked the council to more to address homelessness issues. <br />10. Peter Johnson - asked for reallocation of funds to support homeless and social services. <br />11. Zondie Zinke - shared the local Black Lives Matter demands to defund the police. <br />12. Nina Oliveira - said the Renewable Natural Gas Coalition supports clean fuel and energy. <br />13. Jen Smith - presented a list of grievances against the police and asked to divert their funding. <br />14. Gayle Marano -Brown - supported registration -only requirement for STR owners. <br />15. Patricia Moore - thanked council for engaging and listening to concerns of STR owners. <br />16. Genevieve Schaack- requested changes to policing methods and reallocation of funds. <br />17. Kathryn Williams - spoke about Northwest Natural's commitment to carbon neutrality by 2050. <br />18. Douglas Bovee - voiced concern about police sweeps and constant relocation of homeless. <br />19. Deb McGee - performed a rap about the CAP2.0, noting its deficiencies. <br />20. Braden - spoke about revisionist history, propagating racism and injustice. <br />21. Marianne Senhouse - requested more training for EPD officers and independence of forensics. <br />22. Matthew Yook - spoke about police, climate recovery and subsidization of exclusionary industry. <br />23. Tyler Stewart - supported reconstruction of unjust systems and end to relocation of homeless. <br />24. Kristina Lang - appreciated the direction taken by council on STRs; supported registration. <br />25. William Smith - said there is no effective leadership on SG issue and environmental threats. <br />26. Anthony Smith Iovan - complimented the Movie in the Park event; supported enforcement downtown. <br />27. Sarah Astra - asked for consideration of the abolition movement; encouraged more community. <br />28. Sam Schall - asked for more funds for Cahoots; supported STAR Voting. <br />Council Discussion <br />Councilor Syrett - thanked Jessica Gebb for her work facilitating the meeting using the Zoom platform; <br />said council is deeply engaged in work to address homelessness, including identification of potential <br />microsites; announced upcoming meetings on the topic of housing and homeless services. <br />Councilor Yeh - asked about the status of sanitation stations and supported restoring these services. <br />Councilor Semple - expressed frustration about the Covid-19 environment and remote meeting format <br />which make meeting with and talking to people in person difficult; commented on the state's lack of a <br />sales tax with regard to the impacts of STR visitors; said the City's budget can be revised throughout <br />the year and funds can be moved to mental health and drug addiction services. <br />Mayor Vinis - announced that the City would be meeting with Lane County on July 28 to discuss <br />homeless services and investments. <br />S. CONSENT CALENDAR 2 <br />A. Adoption of a Resolution Annexing Land to the City of Eugene (Assessor's Map 17-04-02- <br />44; Tax Lot 1300; Located at 290 Wilkes Drive) (City File: Roderick, David and April; A <br />20-1) <br />MOTION AND VOTE: Councilor Semple, seconded by Councilor Yeh, moved to approve the <br />items on the Consent Calendar 1. PASSED 8:0. <br />MINUTES - Eugene City Council July 13, 2020 Page 2 <br />Meeting <br />