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<br />J <br />.. M I NUT E S <br /> EUGENE CITY COUNCIL <br />e December 14, 1977 <br /> Adjourned meeting from December 12, 1977, of the City Council of the <br /> City of Eugene, Oregon, was called to order by His Honor Mayor Gus Keller <br /> at 12 noon on December 14, 1977, at King's Table, Oakway Mall, with the <br /> following Councilors present: Eric Haws, Tom Williams, Ray Bradley, Jack Delay, <br /> Scott Lieuallen, and Betty Smith. Councilors Brian Obie and Bill Hamel <br /> were absent. <br /> 1. Items from Mayor and Council <br /> & <br /> A. Human Rights Commission Appointments--Mr. Haws and Mr. Hamel have <br /> arranged for interviews for the Human Rights Commission Friday, <br /> December 16, 1 p.m., Mayor's Office. <br /> B. Metropolitan Plan Policy Committee--Mr. Bradley advised Council <br /> of a change in staff personnel. City of Eugene Planning Department <br /> staff, Chenkin and Jim Croteau would be on loan to LCOG; and from Lane <br /> County, Mike Yeager. He noted also the staff was in the process of <br /> analyzing the employment, housing, and economic needs of the metropoli- <br /> tan area to be included in an update plan. Manager noted receipt of a <br />- County resolution from Alan Maxwell, chairperson, and also a letter <br /> concerning the Metro Plan Update Work Program, asking the various <br /> juriSdictions to review the work plan. This item will be presented to <br /> Council December 21. <br /> C. Lane County Position on Annexation--Mr. Bradley reported the Board of <br /> County Commissioners had passed a resolution regarding the matter of <br /> County policy with regard to annexation of agricultural lands, declar- <br /> ing its position to be that prior to annexation to cities of <br /> agricultural lancts as defined by LCDC Statewide Planning Goal No.3, <br /> an exception should be taken to said goal pursuant to Statewide <br /> Planning Goal No.2. <br /> D. Sale of Krugerrand--Mr. Bradley noted a petition was being circu- <br /> lated in the community regarding banning the sale of Krugerrand <br /> in the city. He had had no connection and had not spoken with anyone <br /> regarding this petition. He noted Council IS earlier action of tabling <br /> a motion for Council ,to take a stand regarding the sale. He ques- <br /> tioned whether Council would be willing to take the motion off the <br /> table and refer the matter to the Human Rights Councilor Minority <br /> Commission for evaluation and referral back to Council for a stance. <br /> In response to a question from Mr. Haws, Mr. Bradley felt that Coun- <br /> cil's passing a resolution that Krugerrand should not be sold would be <br /> a statement for the human rights of oppressed people in South Africa. <br />,tt 12/14/77--1 <br /> 9~o <br />