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STAFF MEETING AGENDA Lancaster County Board of Commissioners New County-City Building Meeting Room #113 - Adjacent to Council Chambers Thursday, April 2, 1998 8:00 a.m. AGENDA ITEM 1 APPROVAL OF STAFF MEETING MINUTES OF MARCH 26, 1998 2 ADDITIONS TO AGENDA 3 8:00am LEGISLATIVE UPDATE - Gordon Kissel, Legislative Consultant 4 8:30am COUNTY CHANGE OF ZONE POLICY - Tim Stewart, Planning Director 5 9:00am CHANGE OF ZONE NO. 165 ON PROPERTY LOCATED WEST OF N. 56TH STREET BETWEEN MILL ROAD AND RAYMOND ROAD; KICKING BIRD SUBDIVISION, COUNTY FINAL PLAT NO. 97033, NW CORNER OF SW 58TH AND W. SPRAGUE ROAD - Mike DeKalb, Planning Department 6 9:30am RURAL TRANSPORTATION Tim Howell, Director, Lancaster County Rural Transportation 7 9:45am ST. FRANCIS CHAPEL SALE CONDITIONS - Diane Staab, Deputy County Attorney 8 10:00am FIRE DISTRICT BUDGETS Dave Kroeker, Budget & Fiscal Officer 9 10:30am KEYFILE PROPOSAL - Kandra Hahn, County Clerk; Robin Cihal, Office Automation Specialist 10 ACTION ITEMS a. Approval of Selection Process & Review Committee for Wilderness Park RFP 11 CONSENT ITEMS a. Microcomputer Requests from Juvenile Probation, C#98110 for $542.52 from Juvenile Probation Budget for HP Laser Jet Printer 12 ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER REPORT a. County Board - City Council Copy Machine b. Computers for Commissioners c. Refinishing of Desks d. Women's Commission's Advisory Reports e. Letter from State Department of Roads re: Detour for hwy 79 13 PENDING 14 DISCUSSION OF BOARD MEMBER MEETINGS a. Lancaster Manor Advisory Committee -Campbell b. Master Plan Steering Committee - Hudkins 15 SCHEDULE OF BOARD MEMBER MEETINGS a. Joint Budget Committee - Friday, April 3, 1998, at 8:00 a.m., at the County-City Building, Mayor's Conference Room - Campbell, Steinman b. Ecological Advisory Committee - Tuesday, April 7, 1998, at 7:00 a.m., at the County-City Building, Room #106 - Tussing c. Lincoln Partnership for Economic Development - Tuesday, April 7, 1998, at 7:30 a.m., at the Chamber of Commerce, Lincoln Room - Steinman 16 INVITATIONS TO BOARD MEMBERS a. United Airlines Anniversary -Thursday, April 16, 1998, at 12:00 p.m., at the Cornhusker Hotel 17 CORRESPONDENCE TO THE COUNTY BOARD 18 CORRESPONDENCE FROM THE COUNTY BOARD 19 AGENDA ITEMS FOR COUNTY BOARD MEETING OF APRIL 7, 1998 20 EMERGENCY ITEMS AND OTHER BUSINESS
MINUTES Lancaster County Board of Commissioners County-city Building Meeting Room #113 Thursday, April 2, 1998 8:00 A.m. Commissioners Present: Linda Steinman, Chairman Kathy Campbell Steve Svoboda Larry Hudkins Darlene Tussing Others Present: Kerry Eagan, Chief Administrative Officer Melissa Koci, County Clerk's Office AGENDA ITEM 1 APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF THE COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS MEETING OF MARCH 26, 1998 MOTION: Hudkins moved and Tussing seconded approval of the minutes. On call Svoboda, Hudkins, Tussing and Campbell voted aye. Steinman abstained from voting. Motion carried. 3 LEGISLATIVE UPDATE - Gordon Kissel, Legislative Consultant Gordon Kissel, Legislative Consultant, briefly reviewed his legislative update (Exhibit A), noting that LB 695 was passed, which provides state aid to counties in the areas of reimbursement for housing state prisoners in county jails and provides a formula based on miles of county roads to assist counties. He stated that the compromise was $35 per day and the Governor would veto the LB within the five day requirement, however, it would be overridden. Kissel reported that LB 1142, which provides a cushion for those property owners whose property taxes increased by more than 8 percent in one year was killed. Kissel stated that he believes LB 512 will pass on Monday, and indicated that the language regarding the creation of the Governor's task force was dropped from the bill. Kissel also reported that the following LB's are on the agenda for final reading: * LB 989, which changes budget limits for political subdivisions * LB 1120, which regards fire districts * LB 1354, which is the Wesley bill regarding burial He also indicated that the Governor vetoed the County Extension money from the Appropriations Bill, but the veto will be overridden. 3 ADDITIONS TO THE AGENDA a. County Switchboard b. Visitors Promotion Committee and Sports Industry c. Firth Viaduct Meeting d. Request from Lori McClurg regarding Wilderness Park e. Junk Car Resolution MOTION: Hudkins moved and Tussing seconded approval of the additions to the agenda. On call Campbell, Hudkins, Tussing, Svoboda and Steinman voted aye. Motion carried. a. County Switchboard Campbell inquired about who answers the County-City switchboard. Hudkins stated that he would talk to Don Killeen at the Steering Committee meeting. b. Visitors Promotion Committee and Lincoln Sports Industry Campbell reported that she received a letter from the VPC regarding the abolishment of the Lincoln Sports Industry Commission. She also said that the Lincoln Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau have agreed to establish a Lincoln Sports Promotion Committee. She indicated that one of the Board members needs to attend the meeting on April 23. c. Firth Viaduct Meeting Campbell indicated that the Firth Viaduct Meeting is being held April 2 at 7 p.m. at Norris High School. 4 COUNTY CHANGE OF ZONE POLICY - Tim Stewart, Planning Director Tim Stewart, Planning Director, appeared and gave an overview of the County Change of Zone Policy and reported that zoning is a use of the police power in regulating the use of land and must be in general conformance with the Comprehensive Plan. Campbell indicated that in Item 1, Implementation Strategies, the following language needs to be kept in the new policy, "The laws of Nebraska require that zoning regulations be in accordance with the comprehensive plan and be designed to accommodate anticipated long range future growth." Stewart stated that Nebraska has a general conformity standard so strict conformity is not a requirement. Campbell indicated that the Board needs to make a decision regarding Change of Zone 165. She said that the Board would look at the criteria and decide whether to use the updated criteria, the old criteria or additional criteria to deal with acreages. Stewart said after an application is submitted under separate rules and criteria, the criteria that the application was filed under need to be used. Campbell indicated that the Planning Department needs to look at Items 10-14 of the Revised County Change of Zone Policy because she believed there were some changes in how it is written. Steinman stated that the 3-mile zoning committee will be looked at before the next Comprehensive Plan meeting. Hudkins referred to Item 12 on the 1987 County Change of Zone Policy, "The appropriateness and usability of the site size requested" and indicated that in the State of Nebraska the smallest amount of land that a person can divide without a subdivision is 10 acres and Lancaster County is 20 acres. He stated that some of the surrounding counties have gone to 10 acres and asked Dekalb if he would contact the adjoining counties to find out how many acres each county can divide. 2 ADDITIONS TO THE AGENDA d. Request from Lori McClurg regarding Wilderness Park Kerry Eagan, Chief Administrative Officer, indicated that Lori McClurg received an email from an individual claiming that the County Board supported a moratorium on development around Wilderness Park. Stewart stated that the Board would find the response on the action taken on the 3 Comprehensive Plan Amendments. He said that the Board approved the suggestion to develop a subarea plan for the park, but did not support the proposals for changing the land back or preparing a moratorium. Amendment 8a approved a subarea plan, Amendment 8b denied a proposal from Melva Plouzek to revert the land use back to an agricultural land use and Amendment 8c denied a moratorium on all development until future action is taken. 5 CHANGE OF ZONE NO 165 ON PROPERTY LOCATED WEST OF N 56 STREET BETWEEN MILL ROAD AND RAYMOND ROAD; KICKING BIRD SUBDIVISION, COUNTY FINAL PLAT NO 97033, NW CORNER OF SW 58TH STREET AND W SPRAGUE ROAD Mike Dekalb, Planning Department Mike Dekalb, Planning Department, appeared and reported that County Final Plat No. 97033, Kicking Bird Subdivision, requested by Sherrie Gregory, is ready to be placed on the County Board's agenda. Dekalb submitted a County Planning Staff Report (Exhibit B) for Harry Muhlbach and indicated that the Planning Commission recommended denial because it was not in conformance with the plan. He stated that Mike Rierden, attorney for the applicant, requested a 6 month deferral and that 6 months has arrived. He said that the request is not within the 3-mile jurisdiction and it is to change from AG Agricultural to AGR Agricultural Residential, which would be too dense. He also stated that he would call Mike Rierden and advise him that the 3-mile committee will be formed and that their recommendation would be ready by fall. He said that if the change of zone is denied the applicant will have to wait one year to refile. 2 ADDITIONS TO THE AGENDA f. Economic Development Report MOTION: Tussing moved and Hudkins seconded to add the Economic Development Report to the agenda. On call Tussing, Hudkins, Svoboda, Campbell and Steinman voted aye. Troy Gagner, Economic Development, appeared and submitted a Preliminary Summary Report (Exhibit C). He indicated that PJ's Green Acres has requested $20,000 from the County to add a new greenhouse with a washing facility. He said that instead of the project creating 2 jobs it would create around 6 jobs. Gagner also indicated that Economic Development received 2 additional applications that are not ready for the loan committee but are in process. He said that Technitronix Corporation is a computer company that is planning on building a new facility in the Waverly area for better access to the Interstate, with a creation of 8-10 jobs. The project costs are estimated to be $300,000, with approximately $80,000-$100,000 requested from the County. The other project is for a new day care facility large enough to house 51 children, which would also create 10 jobs. The project costs are estimated to be $200,000, with approximately $60,000-$80,000 requested from the County. 6 RURAL TRANSPORTATION - Tim Howell, Director, Lancaster County Rural Transportation Tim Howell, Director of Lancaster County Rural Transportation, appeared and indicated that the County needs to file their application for Public Transportation Assistance. He said that part of the funding for next year has not been appropriated. MOTION: Hudkins moved and Tussing seconded to approve the application for Public Transportation Assistance. On call Hudkins, Tussing, Campbell, Svoboda and Steinman voted aye. Motion carried. 2 REPORT ON RURAL ROAD IMPROVEMENT DISTRICTS MOTION: Campbell moved and Svoboda seconded to add a report on Rural Road Improvement Districts to the agenda. On call Campbell, Svoboda and Steinman voted aye. Hudkins and Tussing were absent. Motion carried. 7 ST FRANCIS CHAPEL SALE CONDITIONS - Diane Staab, Deputy County Attorney Diane Staab, Deputy County Attorney, appeared and indicated that John Layman, Appraiser, would be at the County Board hearing on April 7. She stated that she would make the appraisal on the St Francis Chapel part of the public record to allow for review by the public prior to the hearing. She reported that the County still has a lease agreement on the St. Francis Chapel through September 30, 1998 which the County wants the buyer to assume. Eagan reported that if the Board wanted to cancel the lease because the St. Francis Chapel Foundation has not fulfilled the agreement they can. He indicated that the St. Francis Chapel Foundation needs to testify what their intentions are. The Board discussed the following: * If the foundation has been taking deposits before September 30 * Providing the County Board with an itemized list of items that were completed with proof * Provide the County Board with a list of scheduled events * What are their intentions with regard to holding out on the lease 2 ADDITIONS TO THE AGENDA e. Junk Car Resolution The Board discussed several issues regarding the Junk Car Resolution and the Beautification Resolution. MOTION: Hudkins moved and Campbell seconded to form a task force consisting of Kerry Eagan, Diane Staab, Mike Dekalb, Building & Safety, City Attorney, City-County Health Department and 2 representatives from the County Board to review the beautification and junk cars ordinances and report back to the County Board every 2 weeks. On call Hudkins, Tussing, Campbell, Svoboda and Steinman voted aye. Motion carried. 2 ADDITIONS TO THE AGENDA f. Rural Road Improvement District Report Campbell briefly discussed the Rural Road Improvement Districts. She indicated that Diane Staab will write a policy and procedure on Special Improvement Districts for the County Board to hand out to anyone. She indicated that on April 16 a public hearing needs to be set to go over the policies and procedures. 8 FIRE DISTRICT BUDGETS - Dave Kroeker, Budget & Fiscal Officer Dave Kroeker indicated that he received a letter from the Auditor regarding Lancaster Manor and adding $11,000,000 to Lancaster County's budget for $10,000. He stated that the Board needs to set a public hearing for April 14 to increase the Grant Fund Budget by $11,000,000. With regards to the Fire District Budgets, Kroeker submitted a budget and a map on the fire districts (Exhibits D & E). He indicated that the 15 cents will be effective for fiscal year 98/99 and that the Agricultural Society's events center will be funded. He also reported that the Legislature this year has included the amount for the library fund as part of county levy which is 30 cents and not part of the 15 cents. He said it is possible to use the additional 5 cents for interlocal agreements to fund the rural library contract. Campbell said that if the Board can keep the Rural Library within the 15 cents the Board will relook at the issue when reviewing the budgets. Kroeker indicated he would draw up a new Fire District Budget sheet without the Rural Library as indicated on the previous one. Kroeker also questioned whether or not the fire districts could save money by joint purchase of insurance or training. He briefly overviewed Lancaster County's rural population with regards to the Cities, Villages and Fire District budgets. 9 KEYFILE PROPOSAL - Kandra Hahn, County Clerk; Robbin Cihal, Office Automation Specialist Kandra Hahn, County Clerk, appeared and reported that Lancaster County needs to make an additional investment in project design and project implementation and that the goal is for the County Commissioners and County Attorney's Office to implement the County Records System. She indicated that the cost for Docuphase services is $15,000, which does not include equipment. MOTION: Campbell moved and Tussing seconded to proceed with the Keyfile proposal at $15,000 and request Dave Kroeker to take the money out of the fund regarding Keyfile. On call Campbell, Tussing, Hudkins, Svoboda and Steinman voted aye. Motion carried. Campbell asked Hahn when the Commissioners would be able to begin working with Keyfile. Hahn indicated around August. Robbin Cihal, Office Automation Specialist, indicated that the Board will need 15 inch monitors because the Keyfile system doesn't work appropriately on the smaller monitors. Kerry Eagan stated that a contract or agreement needs to be drawn up to pay Docuphase for their services. 10 ACTION ITEMS a. Approval of Selection Process & Review Committee for Wilderness Park RFP MOTION: Tussing moved and Hudkins seconded approval. On call Tussing, Hudkins, Campbell, Svoboda and Steinman voted aye. Motion carried. 11 CONSENT ITEMS a. Microcomputer Requests from Juvenile Probation, C#98110 for $542.52 from Juvenile Probation Budget for HP Laser Jet Printer MOTION: Hudkins moved and Campbell seconded approval of Consent Items. On call Campbell, Tussing, Hudkins, Svoboda and Steinman voted aye. Motion carried. 12 ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER REPORT a. County Board - City Council Copy Machine Eagan stated that there is a joint copy machine for the City Council and County Board's use because there was enough joint usage to justify machine with more features. He said that City Council has canceled their usage code on the copier. The Board discussed speaking with Linda Wilson about the copy machine usage and agreement. b. Computers for Commissioners Eagan stated that the computers being used by Commissioners are not capable of using Keyfile and need to be upgraded. Eagan will research the requirements and cost of computers upgrades for the Commissioners. c. Refinishing of Desks Eagan indicated that he needs a request from anyone who wants their desk fixed. It was decided to repair all of the desks, with two to be send out. d. Women's Commission's Advisory Reports The Board agreed to allow the Women's Commission to send out information regarding "Advisory Reports" to the County Village Clerks and Towns. e. Letter from State Department of Roads re: Detour for Highway 79 Eagan reported that the project is for Fiscal Year 2000 and the letter is requesting permission to use county roads for a detour. He stated that under state law the Department of Roads has the right to use any road for a detour. Eagan said that Don Thomas, County Engineer, is in favor of the project. The Board authorized Don Thomas to respond on behalf of Lancaster County. 14 DISCUSSION OF BOARD MEMBER MEETINGS a. Lancaster Manor Advisory Committee - Campbell Campbell reported that the committee had a speaker on depression and the elderly. She indicated that the committee meets again in 2 months. b. Master Plan Steering Committee - Hudkins Hudkins reported that the county offices on the north side can not lock there doors at 4:30 so the offices would like panic bars as people leave so the doors will shut. He also asked for a decision by the Board regarding the cupboards in the County Commissioners office. He indicated that if the doors are put in it would cost $700, if the Board decides to rebuild the cabinets it's $2,100. MOTION: Hudkins moved and Tussing seconded to approve extending the cabinets in the County Commissioners Office at an estimated cost of $2,100. On call Tussing, Campbell, Hudkins, Svoboda and Steinman voted aye. Motion carried. 15 SCHEDULE OF BOARD MEMBER MEETINGS a. Joint Budget Committee - Friday, April 3, 1998, at 8:00 a.m., at the County-City Building, Mayor's Conference Room - Campbell, Steinman b. Ecological Advisory Committee - Tuesday, April 7, 1998, at 7:00 a.m., at the County-City Building, Room #106 - Tussing c. Lincoln Partnership for Economic Development - Tuesday, April 7, 1998, at 7:30 a.m., at the Chamber of Commerce, Lincoln Room - Steinman 16 INVITATIONS TO BOARD MEMBERS a. United Airlines Anniversary - Thursday, April 16, 1998, at 12:00 p.m., at the Cornhusker Hotel 17 CORRESPONDENCE TO THE COUNTY BOARD 18 CORRESPONDENCE FROM THE COUNTY BOARD 19 AGENDA ITEMS FOR COUNTY BOARD MEETING OF APRIL 7, 1998 20 EMERGENCY ITEMS AND OTHER BUSINESS 21 ADJOURNMENT By direction of the Chair, the meeting was adjourned. Kandra Hahn Lancaster County Clerk
AMENDMENT MINUTES OF APRIL 2, 1998 LANCASTER COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS Steinman requested a clarification be made on the minutes of April 2, 1998 regarding the 3-mile zoning committee, however, when reviewing the tape of the County Board of Commissioners meeting the County Clerk's Office found no additional information that was discussed. The following is typed verbatim regarding the Junk Car Resolution: Steinman: I'm going to a candidate's forum at the Southwest Business Association and I want to be able to tell them what's going on. Staab: I haven't done anything more with the Junk Car Resolution. Hudkins: I need answers to that question too. Staab: I think we need to talk to the City Attorney and whoever else. Hudkins: Can we authorize you to do it then? Campbell: Let's say it's outside the city limits. Staab: Well that's different. Campbell: And this has nothing to do with the zoning jurisdiction. Hudkins: But it is within the 3-mile limit. Campbell: As I understand the Lincoln's junk car it is a city ordinance. A city ordinance does not apply outside the city limits. Diane was the one that said if we do something it should be tied to our zoning, but the city's isn't tied to their zoning. Staab: Their junk car ordinance is not. Campbell: I don't think it's in the 3-miles, when it is in the city limits, I don't think their junk car applies because I think it is a city ordinance. Steinman: I had information from the last time we talked that it could be applied to the 3-mile zoning, or at least part of it. Staab: There is Health Department regulation outside the city limits outside the 3-mile we cannot do anything right now within the 3 miles. I stated before that we do not have the power to do an ordinance like the City has done with the Police Department, because all of our public health safety stuff is zoning and it is outside the 3 miles. Steinman: Now this is the sticker and the sticker is that the Health Department still enforces the zoning that the city has within the 3-mile. Staab: So does Building & Safety and they have other zoning things that include junk cars whether they like to say it or not. Steinman: So Building & Safety can enforce the city's zoning jurisdiction within the 3-mile. Campbell: But I don't think the junk cars is tied to their zoning. Staab: They have a clean beautiful house zoning type thing. Steinman: Building & Safety does? Staab: No, the city zoning does. Steinman: That's a criminals ordinance. . .yes they can receive a citation. Staab: Right, but they have it. Steinman: But now we have nobody who can enforce it. Eagan: If the City chooses not to. Steinman: The Law Enforcement has no jurisdiction outside the city limits. Hudkins: Can the Sheriff enforce. . .the Health Department is a city agency. It's enforced and administered by the City. So can the Sheriff write citations off of Health Department policies? Then why aren't we doing it, they won't do it. We need a directive from your office or something to... Staab: You want them to write tickets for a City Zoning violation? Eagan: We did that opinion awhile back and that was the conclusion. Staab: So could Building & Safety, but the City Prosecutor is going to have to enforce it though. Hudkins: And they won't do it. Eagan: And that's what the opinion said, sure the Sheriff can write a citation, send it to the City Attorney and the City Attorney says, "Oh I don't feel like doing this." Hudkins: Because it's a county matter. I'm running into that on junk cars and trailer houses. Campbell: Let's get outside the 3-mile. Steinman: No, no I want to go through the 3-mile first, get this straight and then we can go outside the 3-mile. Tussing: Then if we can hook it into zoning rights and health deals, that's what you presented to us that time. We have the problem in that 3-mile radius. Hudkins: How do we get the power to enforce it? I do not blame the Sheriff and Building & Safety for not writing a citation if it's not going anywhere. Staab: I think that's why we need to meet with someone from the City and make sure. . . Steinman: Can you and I meet. . . Hudkins: I want to be involved in that too. Eagan: If it's within 500 feet or 500 yards of the subdivision then it is likely to attract rats. Tussing: And the Health department did shut some down with that. Eagan: And then there is a salvage operation, you need a special permit to have a salvage operation. Steinman: We've got a problem outside the 3-mile and those aren't being enforced either. Campbell: But within the 3-miles the Health Department dealt with one that I called in. People were putting garbage in junk cars. Steinman: A lot of them aren't as clear cut as that. Campbell: You want the cars gone? Steinman: We have gone to the Health Department and nobody prosecutes them. Hudkins: On these illegal trailers they even took ads where the persons renting out the trailers and the City Prosecutor wouldn't enforce it. Campbell: The problem is with Austin. The Health Department has done its job and Codes has done its job. In both of these situations it's down to the prosecution. Staab: They probably enacted that ordinance with junk cars because they were having a hard time enforcing any zoning thing. So when they enacted that, it cleaned up the city and now they are saying well you do your own. We can't blame them for that. Campbell: But they've tied it all to the zoning. But if they have just a city ordinance, why can't we go to the Legislature and say we need the power of a resolution beyond any city limit to take care of. . . Hudkins: Then let's get (inaudible) so we can introduce it next January and get on with it, because we have been fighting this for 3 or 4 years. Campbell: It isn't that the Health Department or Codes hasn't done its job, we are at the point in which the City Attorney is not prosecuting. We are going to two things, one is we're going to meet with the City Attorney and found out what we need to do to do that, number two is draft a resolution to the legislation in order to get the county's authority to do it if we have to. It will be an interesting and we will have to word it pretty carefully because in an agricultural area people peice out equipment. It's a nature of the agricultural business that you keep some of that. So we are going to have to be careful. Tussing: But that was kind of where we were tieing it a little bit to zoning wasn't it? Because you had some way of differentiating that out. Staab: You had talked about having different criteria for each . . . When is your meeting? Steinman: Today. It's a forum. Staab: I don't know if these people have talked to the city about why they can't do some sort of zoning thing if they are within the 3-mile. Steinman: There is a zoning thing, they don't get any cooperation from Building & Safety. The Health Department has come out and has done a complete survey of all the places where a problem exists. The problem is the one that you described, in order to articulate that it actually is a health problem it is very difficult and so prosecution is something that nobody wants to get involved in. Even though they have identified the areas that are a real concern, there wouldn't be any problem under the city's ordinance. There is a definite problem under the kinds of zoning regulations that we have that are available in the county. Staab: Maybe we should see if Diane can step upstairs and talk to somebody and clarify if it is a zoning ordinance. Staab: With Building & Safety you mean? Steinman: I know that it isn't. Staab: They have another city ordinance that they recently did and it's called the "Junk Beautification". Part of is that you can't have a bunch of junk in your yard and one of those things is a car. Steinman: It's got to be running, it's got to be registered. They have been able to prosecute those, they've gotten rid of a lot. A lot of them have been brought into our territory then. Campbell: So can we find out? Staab: It says right in the ordinance that it extends to the 3-mile. Not the junk car ordinance, but the beautification ordinance. Campbell: I think we need to send Diane and say under the house beautification it says to that why are you not prosecuting. Eagan: Let's set up the meeting then with Larry Hudkins, Kerry Eagan, Linda Steinman, Diane Staab, City Attorney, Building & Safety, Health Department and whoever else needs to be at the meeting and let's get to the bottom of it.