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<br />. <br /> M I NUT E S <br />- EUGENE CITY COUNCIL <br /> September 25, 1978 <br /> Adjourned meeting from September 20, 1978, of the City Council of the City <br /> of Eugene, Oregon, was called to order by His Honor Mayor Gus Keller at 7:30 <br /> p.m., in the Council Chamber, September 25, 1978, with the following Councilors <br /> present: D.W. Hamel, Ray Bradley, Tom Williams, Eric Haws, Jack Delay, Scott <br /> Lieuallen, Brian Obie, and Betty Smith. <br /> I. PRESENTATION TO CITY OF EUGENE <br /> John McDonald, Manager, Eugene District Office, Automobile Club of <br /> Oregon, presented to Mayor Keller, on behalf of the City of Eugene, the <br /> Pedestrian Safety Award of Merit for 1977, the only such award made in <br /> Oregon this year. He said the award was granted to states and cities who <br /> demonstrated achievement in pedestrian safety. The award is judged on <br /> various categories such as traffic engineering, safety organization, <br /> school traffic, safety programs, and public education programs. This is <br /> the 39th annual safety contest with 2,600 cities in 29 states participa- <br /> ting. Presentation of such awards focuses attention nation-wide on . <br /> pedestrian safety needs and attempts to stimulate local interest in <br /> pedestrian safety. He thanked the City of Eugene for its interest and <br />e cooperation in its pedestrian safety program. <br /> II. PUBLIC HEARINGS <br /> A. Rezoning from County AGT and RA to City RA property, located east of <br /> Arcadia Street, north of Harlow Road (Babcock) (A/Z 78-6) <br /> Unanimously recommended by Planning Commission August 7, 1978. Jim <br /> Saul, Planner, said the property involved in the request (owned by Dr. <br /> Schroeder) was annexed to the City as part of the Babcock annexation. <br /> Council acted on the recommendation for annexation July 10, followed <br /> by Boundary Commission approval of the annexation September 7, 1978. <br /> Because of legal notice requirements, the rezoning of the Schroeder <br /> property was deferred to this time. Recommended RA zoning is similar <br /> to that applied in the city to properties south and southwest of the <br /> site and was requested by owner, who wishes to maintain animals on the <br /> property. Jim Bernhard, Planning Commission, was available to answer <br /> questions. <br /> No ex parte contacts or conflicts of interest were declared by <br /> Councilors. <br /> Staff notes and minutes were entered as part of the record. <br /> Public hearing was held with no testimony presented. <br />e <br /> 9/25/78--1 <br /> ~3~ <br />