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<br /> -' <br /> , <br /> , <br /> M I NUT E S <br /> EUGENE CITY COUNCIL <br /> e September 13, 1976 <br /> Regular meeting of the Common Council of the City of Eugene, Oregon, was called <br /> to order by His I~nor Mayor Lester E. Anderson at 7:30 p.m. in the Council Chamber <br /> on September 13, 1976, with the following Council members present: Gus Keller, <br /> Eric Haws, Wickes Beal, Neil Murray, Ray Bradley, D. W. Hamel and Edna Shirey. <br /> Tom Williams was absent. <br /> 1. PUBLIC I1EARINGS <br /> T-A-l A. LIquor License - New. Godtz Garden Restaurant, 390 East 40th Avenue, <br /> +R- Restaurant) there were found to be two objectors and <br /> n IntervJcwing neighbors, <br /> 13 non-objectors. One objection was late night traffic and one said <br /> "inappropriate for area". Staff feels all qualifications have been <br /> met and has no objections. <br /> Public hearing was opened. <br /> Leigh Iverson, 2869 Taylor, representative of the Edgewood Shopping <br /> Center, said that of the 14 businesses in the center, 12 are in favor <br /> and one is concerned and one is absent from the City. <br /> e Public hearing was closed, there being no further testimony <br /> presented. <br /> Mr. Kcller moved, seconded by Mr. Haws, to recommend <br /> approval of the license. Motion carried unanimously. <br /> T-A-2 B. Youth Commi6sion . . <br /> rlleI e hd.v C cett--'d consIderable number of meet1.ngs of the Youth Task <br /> orce, along witl. staff and citizens. The resulting proposal was to <br /> create a 9-member commission, appointed by the Council. The proposed <br /> gOal of the Commission would be to ascertain the status and treatment <br /> of youth, identify with the problems, disseminate information to youth <br /> pertaining to rights and responsibility and encourage their participation, <br /> Two youth representatives would serve on the Human Rights Council. <br /> Public hearing was opened. <br /> Jim Forbes, SSO River Road, member of the committee, expressed <br /> appreciation for all efforts as did Wendy Edwards, 143S Olive. <br /> Public hearing was closed, there being no further <br /> testimony presented. <br /> . <br /> Lf3b Minutes - 9/13/76 -- 1 <br />
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