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1/21/85 <br />67 <br />4 0 <br />Sec. 2. This ordinance shall be in full force and effect immediately upon its passage <br />and publication. <br />Motion for adoption of this ordinance was seconded by Member Kelly. <br />Rollcall : <br />Ayes: Kelly, Richards, Turner, Courtney <br />Ordinance adopted. <br />. LIQUOR FUND REPORT as of October 31, 1984, was-approved and ordered placed on file by <br />motion of Member Kelly, seconded by Member Turner. <br />Ayes: Kelly, Richards, Turner, Courtney <br />Motion carried. <br />CLAIMS PAID. <br />following claims as per Pre-List dated 1/21/85: <br />$4,823.71; Art Center, $4,003.54; Swimming Pool Fund, $15.75; Golf Course Fund, <br />$3,109.90; Recreation Center Fund, $14,185.50; Gun Range Fund, $46.98; Waterwork <br />Fund, $6,509.76; Utility Fund, $10,168.48; Liquor Dispensary Fund, $352.175.79; <br />Construction Fund, $2,281.37; Total, $568,988.51. <br />Motion of Member Kelly was seconded by Member Turner for payment of the <br />General Fund, $171,667.73; Park Fund, <br />Ayes: Kelly, Richards, Turner, Courtney <br />Motion carried. <br />There being no further business, Mayor Courtney declared the meeting adjourned at <br />12:38 A. M. <br />Acting City Clerk <br />MINUTES <br />JANUARY 28, 1985 <br />SPECIAL'COUNCIL MEETING <br />In attendance were Members Bredesen, Kelly and Mayor Courtney. <br />REPORT GIVEN ON TRAFFIC SAFETY COMMITTEE AND SPEED AWARENESS PROGRAM. Mr. Rosland <br />pointed out that this special meeting was being held to review the role-of the <br />Traffic Safety Committee as advisory to the City Council and to also discuss the <br />Speed Awareness Program of the Police Department. Mr. Hoffman then presented an <br />analysis of the Traffic Safety Committee by pointing out its history, the role of <br />the Committee, the objective of the Committee, the philosophy of the Committee <br />and the procedure used in making .its decisions. He also explained the use of <br />regulatory signs in traffic control and the necessary warrants which must exist <br />before a'STOP sign is justified. <br />Progr'am as it ,is-presently being administered in the Police Department. <br />out that enforcement is undertaken in conjunction with traffic safety education, <br />driver training and traffic engineering, and that the ultimate aim of traffic law <br />enforcement is to produce voluntary compliance with regulations and to provide <br />maximum mobility. <br />limitations thereto, noting that marked unit visibility has a positive impact. <br />He further noted the tolerances to speed enforcement. In summary, he identizied <br />the role-of the police in speed awareness by selective enforcement, general enforce- <br />ment, radar saturation/directed enforcement, educational use of digital display, <br />accident reduction zones, participation in educational formats and consideration <br />of unmarked traffic patrol. Mr. Rosland advised that the Police Department will <br />continue to work on the Speed Awareness Program within the budgeted funds allocated <br />and would bring any recommendations over budget to the Council for approval. <br />* <br />Chief Swanson then explained the!:Spepd.Awarbess <br />He pointed <br />Mr. Swanson explained how the police enforce speed and the I <br />The informational meeting adjoined at 9:00 P.M. with no formal action being taken <br />by the Council Members. <br />City Clerk