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June 13, 2024

Public Notice: ASHLAND CITY COUNCIL BUSINESS MEETING AGENDA

March 31, 2023

Tuesday, April 4, 2023
Council Chambers, 1175 E Main Street

View on Channel 9 or Channels 180 and 181 (Charter Communications)
or live stream via rvtv.sou.edu select RVTV Prime.

HELD HYBRID (In-Person or Zoom Meeting Access)

For written public testimony, email public-testimony@ashland.or.us
using the subject line: Ashland City Council Public Testimony

For public oral testimony, fill out a Speaker Request Form at ashland.or.us/speakerrequest
and return to the City Recorder at melissa.huhtala@ashland.or.us


5:30 PM Executive Session
The Ashland City Council will hold an Executive Session for the following:

  1. City Manager Review, pursuant to ORS 192.660(2)(i).

6 p.m. Regular Business Meeting*
II.        CALL TO ORDER

  1. Land Acknowledgement**

III.       PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
IV.       ROLL CALL
V.        MAYOR’S/CHAIR OF THE COUNCIL ANNOUNCEMENTS

  1. Proclamation Recognizing National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week 2023
  2. Council Advisory Committee Appointment

VI.       APPROVAL OF CITY COUNCIL MINUTES ***

  1. Minutes of the January 31, 2023, Business Meeting
  2. Minutes of the February 7, 2023, Business Meeting
  3. Minutes of the March 15, 2023, Special Meeting
  4. Minutes of the March 20, 2023, Study Session Meeting
  5. Minutes of March 21, 2023, Business Meeting

VII.     SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS
VIII.    CITY MANAGER REPORT
IX.       PUBLIC FORUM(15 minutes) (Public input or comment from the audience on City business not included on the agenda.)
X.        CONSENT AGENDA
XI.       PUBLIC HEARINGS (Hearings shall conclude at 8:00 p.m. and be continued to a future date to be set by the Council, unless the Council, by a two-thirds vote of those present, extends the hearing(s) until up to 9:30 p.m. at which time the Council shall set a date for continuance and shall proceed with the balance of the agenda.)

  1. Public Hearing and First Reading of Ordinance 3220 Amending the City’s Food and Beverage Tax to correspond with the City’s referendum ballot language on the May 16, 2023, Special Election

XII.     UNFINISHED BUSINESS
XIII.    NEW BUSINESS

  1. 2023-2025 Biennial Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) Adoption

XIV.    ORDINANCES, RESOLUTIONS AND CONTRACTS

  1. Contract for 2023 Street Slurry Seal Projects
  2. Contract for Water Utility Brass Fittings
  3. Second Reading of Ordinance 3218 adopting the 2022 Oregon Fire Code 

XV.     OTHER BUSINESS FROM COUNCIL MEMBERS/REPORTS FROM COUNCIL LIAISONS

  1. Additional 2023-2025 Biennium Citizens’ Budget Committee Calendar Meeting
  2. Transportation Advisory Committee study of restaurant parklets request

XVI.    ADJOURNMENT OF BUSINESS MEETING

In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you need special assistance to participate in this meeting, please contact the City Manager’s office at 541.488.6002 (TTY phone number 1.800.735.2900).  Notification 72 hours prior to the meeting will enable the City to make reasonable arrangements to ensure accessibility to the meeting (28 CFR 35.102-35.104 ADA Title I).

*    Items on the Agenda not considered due to time constraints are automatically continued to the next regularly scheduled Council meeting [AMC 2.04.030.(D)(3)]
**  LAND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT: We acknowledge and honor the aboriginal people on whose ancestral homelands we work—the Ikirakutsum Band of the Shasta Nation, as well as the diverse and vibrant Native communities who make their home here today. We honor the first stewards in the Rogue Valley and the lands we love and depend on: Tribes with ancestral lands in and surrounding the geography of the Ashland Watershed include the original past, present and future indigenous inhabitants of the Shasta, Takelma, and Athabaskan people.  We also recognize and acknowledge the Shasta village of K’wakhakha – “Where the Crow Lights” – that is now the Ashland City Plaza.
***Agendas and minutes for City of Ashland Council, Commission and Committee meetings may be found at the City website, ashland.or.us/Agendas.asp. 

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