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<br /> , <br /> e M I N IJ T E S <br /> EUGENE CITY COUNCIL <br /> December 20, 1976 <br /> --, <br /> Ad;ourned meetinQ--from December 13, 1976--of the Common Council of the city of <br /> ~uqene, Oregon, was called to order by Council President Gus Keller, in the <br /> absence of Mayor Anderson, at 7:30 p.m. on December 20, 1976 in the Council <br /> Chamber with the following Council members present: Eric Haws, Neil Murray, Ray <br /> Bradley, D. W. Hamel, and Edna Shirey. Council members Tom Williams and Wickes <br /> Beal were absent. <br /> I. Public HearinQs <br /> A. Request for permit to use mobile home for temporary offices at 4060 <br /> Stewart Road--CADCO Enterprises. <br /> ManaQer noted there were no objections to the proposed use of a mobile <br /> home for temporary office space provided the permanent office construc- <br /> tion commence within six months and be completed within 18 months. <br /> Public HearinQ was held with no testimony presented. <br /> Resolution 2602--Granting permit for mobile home for offices at <br /> e 4060 Stewart Road, CADCO Enterprises, no longer than <br /> eiqhteen (18) months. <br /> Mr. Haws moved seconded by Mr. Hamel to adopt the resolution. Roll call <br /> vote. Motion carried, all Council members present voting aye. <br /> B. Appeal, denial of taxi license--Richard Glade Shimanek <br /> Manaqer reviewed the application process and noted that upon the recom- <br /> mendation of the police department the finance department had denied the <br /> applicant's request for a taxi cab operator's license. Pu rsuant to the <br /> Euqene Code, the applicant had appealed the denial to the City Council. <br /> The Ci ty Manager read Eugene Code Secti on 3.050 setti ng forth the <br /> basis upon which such licenses are granted. He reviewed the records of <br /> the police department involving the applicant as contained in a <br /> memorandum distributed to the City Council and reaffirmed the staff's <br /> recommendation to deny the application. <br /> Public hearinq was opened. <br /> Richard Glade Shimanek, Rt. 4 Box 251, Dillard Road, Eugene, felt <br /> the basis for the application denial was his mental illness. He <br /> stated he was on leave from the State mental hospital. He did not <br /> intend to drive taxi cab full time but to do maintenance and dispatch <br /> work and to oenerally supervise the drivers of the cab company which <br /> e he and his wife own. He felt the denial of his application had the <br /> effect of treating him as a criminal. He stated doctors at the State <br /> mental hospital were receiving more complaints about the police <br /> departments in this area than in any other area of the state. <br /> loOfo Minutes 12/20/76 - 1 <br />