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<br /> M I NUT E S <br />e Eugene City Council <br /> Work Session <br /> Council Chamber <br /> December 7, 1987 <br /> 6 p.m. <br /> COUNCILORS PRESENT: Debra Ehrman, Freeman Holmer, Ruth Bascom, Robert <br /> Bennett, Jeff Miller, Roger Rutan, Emily Schue, <br /> Cynthia Wooten. <br /> The City Council met for dinner at 5:30 p.m. at BJ's Restaurant. Because of <br /> the size of the audience, Mayor Brian Obie announced that the work session <br /> would be moved to the Council Chamber. He noted that display of signs was <br /> prohibited in the Council Chamber. <br /> 1. NUCLEAR FREE ZONE TASK FORCE FINAL REPORT <br /> Mayor Obie opened the work session of the Eugene City Council at 6:15 p.m. He <br /> apologized for any inconvenience and thanked the audience for accommodating <br /> the change in location. <br /> Mayor Obie noted that the council could give direction at a work session. He <br />e said the City to date had implemented a number of provisions of the Nuclear <br /> Free Zone ordinance, including posting of signs, notification of appropriate <br /> officials, and sponsoring an observance on August 6. Mayor Obie recognized <br /> the amount of task force involvement and said councilors had received the <br /> final report. He complimented staff on the preparation and form of the final <br /> report. <br /> Mayor Obie said some questions had been answered by the task force process, <br /> and others had arisen. The Mayor recognized task force Chair Gerry Gaydos and <br /> commended his work, as well as that of the task force, of which several <br /> members were present in the audience. He expressed appreciation for their <br /> work. <br /> Mr. Gaydos thanked the Mayor for his comments and for the opportunity to <br /> serve. He recognized the assistance and presence of Vice Chair Steve Johnson <br /> and task force members Ronna Friend, David Zupan, Dean Baker, Nancy Willard, <br /> and Martha Evans. Mr. Gaydos said the task force process had been arduous and <br /> had taken longer than the original timeline, he thought with good reason. He <br /> noted that many issues in the report were the subject of strong feelings and <br /> support tonight and concerned many citizens of Eugene. Mr. Gaydos said the <br /> final report had been condensed from the task force process, and he offered to <br /> answer questions. <br />e MINUTES--Eugene City Council work session December 7, 1987 Page 1 <br />