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<br />. <br />- M I NUT E S <br /> EUGENE CITY COUNCIL <br /> August 30, 1978 <br /> Adjourned meeting from August 28, 1978, of the City Council of the City <br /> of Eugene, Oregon, was called to order by His Honor Mayor Gus Keller, <br /> August 30, 1978, 12 o'clock noon, King's Table, Oakway Mall, with the <br /> with the following Councilors present: D. W. Hamel, Ray Bradley, Tom <br /> Williams, Eric Haws, Jack Delay, Brian Obie, and Betty Smith. Councilor <br /> Scott Lieuallen was absent. <br /> I. ITEMS FROM MAYOR AND COUNCIL <br /> A. Air Quality Meeting. <br /> Jack Delay announced a meeting of the Air Quality Maintenance Advisory <br /> Committee tonight at 7:30 p.m. in the Council Chambers. He said the <br /> Committee has spent 35 to 50 hours in training, background, and <br /> education. There will be an opportunity at the meeting to discuss <br /> what they have learned and for people to raise questions. <br /> B. Absences from Meetings. <br />e <br /> Councilor Delay stated he would be absent from the September 13 <br /> Council meeting as he will be attending a National League of Cities <br /> Task Force meeting in Seattle. <br /> Councilor Hamel will be absent on September 6. <br /> C. Paving Project Delay. <br /> Mr. Haws referred to the Bertelsen Road improvement project, and the <br /> complaints that have been raised by residents in the area on how long <br /> the project is taking. He wondered what the City could do to ensure <br /> that the problems that have arisen on this project with delays do not <br /> take place in the future on other projects. Manager said one major <br /> point on the particular project in question has been the weather. <br /> He said there are fines to the contractors that are levied but he <br /> would want to research on how far to go with those fines beyond what <br /> already is being levied. He said all of the contractors on paving <br /> projects are bonded and, if performance is bad, it is possible <br /> to order the project stopped and go through the difficult process of <br /> getting another contractor. He said that is rarely done because it is <br /> a prolonged procedure. <br />-- <br /> S<fS 8/30/78--1 <br />
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