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<br /> - <br /> e M I NUT E S <br /> Eugene City Council/Eugene Downtown Commission <br /> Dinner/Work Session <br /> BJ's Restaurant--44 East 7th Avenue <br /> October 9, 1989 <br /> 5:30 p.m. <br /> COUNCILORS PRESENT: Ruth Bascom, Shawn Boles, Debra Ehrman, Bobby Green, <br /> Emily Schue, Freeman Holmer, Rob Bennett. <br /> COUNCILORS ABSENT: Roger Rutan. <br /> COMMISSIONERS PRESENT: Julie Aspinwall-Lamberts, Michael Schwartz, Cordy <br /> Jensen, Mary Young, John Brown, Peter Bartels. <br /> COMMISSIONERS ABSENT: Bjorn Olson. <br /> The regular meeting of the Eugene City Council was called to order by Council <br /> President Ruth Bascom. <br /> e Ms. Aspinwall-Lamberts called the meeting of the Eugene Downtown Commission <br /> to order. Introductions were made. <br /> I. PRESENTATION OF DOWNTOWN COMMISSION WORK PROGRAM <br /> Ms. Aspinwall-Lamberts said the meeting had been scheduled for three primary <br /> purposes: first, to follow-up on two specific requests from the City <br /> Council. The council requested that the commission bring its work plan back <br /> to the meeting, and had asked the commission to develop a plan to open up <br /> Olive Street to vehicular traffic. Ms. Aspinwall-Lamberts noted that this <br /> request had been made some time previous so it might not still be fresh in <br /> councilors' minds. The second purpose of the meeting was to reinforce the <br /> linkage the commission's work plan has with the current goals of the City <br /> Council, specifically: implementation of the Downtown Plan and accompanying <br /> strategies, the goal relating to encouraging commercial, cultural, and <br /> housing development in the core; and the goal of economic development, <br /> particularly in terms of strengthening local businesses. Ms. Aspinwall- <br /> Lamberts said the commission's work plan ties in with these goals. The third <br /> purpose of the meeting was to enable the commission to provide input to the <br /> council about downtown issues prior to the council's upcoming goals session. <br /> Ms. Aspinwall-Lamberts said the commission was looking for two specific <br /> outcomes from the meeting: first, an acceptance or acknowledgement of the <br /> work program as presented, and second, a reaffirmation of the council's <br /> e MINUTES--City Council/Downtown Commission-- October 9, 1989 Page 1 <br /> Dinner/Work Session <br />
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