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<br /> . <br /> M I NUT E S <br /> e EUGENE CITY COUNCIL <br /> December 6, 1978 <br /> Adjourned meeting from November 27, 1978, of the City Council of the City of <br /> Eugene, Oregon, was called to order by His Honor Mayor Gus Keller December 6, <br /> 1978, 11:30 a.m., King's Table, Oakway Mall, with the following Councilors <br /> present: D.W. Hamel, Eric Haws, Tom Williams, Jack Delay, Scott Lieuallen, <br /> and Betty Smith. Coucilors Ray Bradley and Brian Obie were absent. <br /> I. Items from Mayor and Council <br /> A. Budget Committee--Betty Smith said the Budget Review Subcommittee had <br /> had two meetings and were proposing changes in the budget process. <br /> She noted the two new appointees to the Budget Committee should be <br /> made aware of heavy time commitments in April and May 1979. <br /> B. Community Schools Coordinating Committee--Mayor Keller nominated <br /> Chris Landgreen, 960 Tyler, to replace Ann Mention for a term <br /> ending April 1980. <br /> Mr. Hamel moved, seconded by Mr. Delay, to approve the appoint- <br /> ment. Motion carried unanimously. <br /> e Mayor Keller noted at a recent Congress of Mayor's meeting that <br /> community schools were designated as a high priority. <br /> C. A & X Appeal--Schedul ed for Heari ngs Parlel Monday, December 18. <br /> Councilor Hamel volunteered to serve in place of Ray Bradley. <br /> D. Status Report on LCDC Order re: Cone-Bl'eeden--Memo di stri buted. <br /> Manager noted the City sought, and obtained, a rehearing on the <br /> Cone-Breeden rezoning which resulted in a decision and order from <br /> LCDC approving the industrial zoning without any defect but stated <br /> the reported findings for housing and commercial rezoning were <br /> inadequate, although the decision was not questioned. A subsequent <br /> application for consideration of the rezoning of this sector has <br /> been approved by the Planning Commission and will come before <br /> Counci 1 in January. Staff was not recommendi ng appeal to the courts <br /> at this point, but rather processing the current application. <br /> Stan Long, City Attorney, said his office was recommending the <br /> City not initiate any further action unless the Council is inter- <br /> ested in getting involved in two broad questions: 1) The Commis- <br /> sion's jurisdiction to hear a challenge to any rezoning by any city <br /> - <br /> 12/6/78--1 <br /> 151 <br />
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