January 19, 2011

CALL TO ORDER 7:00 pm

ROLL CALL

x Mr. Anderson x Mr. Brotzman x Chief Lutz
x Mr. Bartlett x Mr. Takacs x Mr. Long
x Mr. Britton x Mr. Wayman x Mr. Szeman

MINUTES:

MINUTES of: 1/05/11 Reorganization Meeting and 1/05/11 Regular Session

Motion by: Mr. Bartlett, Seconded by: Mr. Anderson to approve.
ROLL CALL: All ayes

BILLS AND PAYROLL:

Bills ($71,420.63) and payroll ($56,024.10) totaling $127,444.73 are motioned for acceptance and payment.

Motion to approve as presented by: Mr. Wayman, Seconded by: Mr. Britton
ROLL CALL: All ayes

OPENING PUBLIC PORTION:

No Comments.

COMMITTEE REPORTS:

BUILDINGS: Nothing to report

PART TIME LABOR MANAGEMENT: Nothing to report.

FULL TIME LABOR MANAGEMENT: Nothing to report.

OLD BUSINESS:

Priority List – Mr. Bartlett reported that he and Chief Lutz met to review and update the priority list. Revision 18 updates all 78 items:

22 items closed
29 items 50%+ complete
23 items 10-40% complete
4 items To be completed at a later date

Mr. Bartlett stated that he was pleased with the leadership and progress made by Chief Lutz and his staff on the master plan action items and recommended that the priority list henceforth be reviewed quarterly rather than monthly. Mr. Bartlett committed to keeping the list updated and he will meet again with the Chief in May, 2011 and report to the board on June 15th.

NEW BUSINESS:

Chief Lutz reported that the RFQ (new fire stations) information has been published in the Plain Dealer (2 consecutive weeks), and is available on the International Architects Association’s website and the Madison Fire District website. Per Mr. Szeman’s recommendation, all bids will remain sealed until the New Buildings Committee meets following the February 18th deadline.

CHIEF’S REPORT:

1) Station #3 – Per the priority list recommendations, Chief Lutz asked that the Madison Fire District name be covered up on the front of Station #3 and that a sign be put up at Rt. 307 and 528 announcing the “MFD Future Station Site”. Lutz asked to preserve the sign and, if possible, transfer it to the new station or another appropriate site for historical purposes. He will conduct an on-site inspection and bring a recommendation to the board at the next meeting.

Mr. Long commented that the building belongs to the Township and Mr. Wayman committed to addressing the issue at the next workshop to decide what will be done with the building.

Mr. Britton requested that the flag pole be taken down and stored for use at the new station.

2) ­Monthly Incident Reports: To date in 2011, there have been 138 calls; 1 small kitchen fire; mostly EMS.

3) ­East End Fire Investigation Training: The Fire Investigation Unit met for training at the new Station #1 Training Center on January 10th (2nd Monday of each month). Chief reported that there were 40 people in attendance.

4) Fire District Job Descriptions: Lutz, Bartlett, Kloski and Szeman continue to work on completing district job descriptions including fire board responsibilities. Chief Lutz reported that he has submitted a general write up based on other department guidelines and asked that the board review the draft and contact him with comments or suggestions.

5) County Haz Mat: Lutz reminded the board that the Haz Mat annual invoice will be received shortly. Madison now has 3 members on the team; Jason Duke (field), Brian Faulhammer (field) and Chief Lutz (administration). Our participation this year should reduce our costs next year.

6) District Computer System: Per Mr. Takacs’ request, Chief Lutz reported that the computer system is virtually complete and that everyone is pleased with the improved performance especially with the Firehouse software. Lutz reported that we will be utilizing more modules available in Firehouse and have implemented changes that will reduce paper costs and storage space.

7) Resolution No. 11-021 – Fire Safety Inspector Job Description:

RESOLUTION NO. 11 – 021
A RESOLUTION AMENDING THE POSITION OF PART-TIME FIRE SAFETY INSPECTOR TO INCLUDE THE ADDITIONAL TITLE AND DUTIES OF ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

WHEREAS, in Resolution No. 10-021 the Board created the position of part-time Fire Safety Inspector; and

WHEREAS, the Fire Chief has advised the Board that the work hours for the Fire Safety Inspector have been less than were anticipated at the time of the position’s creation; and

WHEREAS, the Fire Chief has advised the Board that there exist administrative tasks for which additional labor help is needed on a variable and irregular basis; and

WHEREAS, the Fire Chief has recommended the part-time Fire Safety Inspector be permitted to periodically assist in such administrative tasks on an as-needed basis.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE MADISON FIRE DISTRICT, COUNTY OF LAKE AND STATE OF OHIO:

SECTION 1. The Board hereby amends the duties of the part-time Fire Safety Inspector to include such administrative tasks as the Fire Chief may assign from time-to-time.

SECTION 2. The position known as part-time Fire Safety Inspector shall henceforth be known as part-time Fire Safety Inspector / Administrative Assistant to reflect the additional duties.

SECTION 3. The Board reaffirms that the part-time Fire Safety Inspector / Administrative Assistant shall be, subject to and under the direction of the Fire Chief, empowered to enforce the provisions of the Ohio Fire Code within the District with all of the authority, rights, and privileges granted thereto by R.C. Chapter 3737, the Ohio Fire Code, and all other applicable laws and regulations.

SECTION 4. All terms and conditions of employment set forth in Resolution No. 10-021 including but not limited to hours and compensation shall remain in full force and effect except to the extent expressly altered herein.

SECTION 5. That it is found and determined that all formal actions of this Board concerning and relating to the adoption of this Resolution were adopted in an open meeting of this Board, and that all deliberations of this Board and any of its committees that resulted in such formal action were in meetings open to the public, in compliance with all legal requirements, including Section 121.22 of the Ohio Revised Code.

SECTION 6. This Resolution shall take effect and be in full force and effect at the earliest time allowed by law.

Motion by: Mr. Takacs, Seconded by: Mr. Bartlett
ROLL CALL: All ayes

CLOSING PUBLIC PORTION:

No comments.

Mr. Brotzman reminded everyone that it is election time once again. He requested that everyone use their common sense when dealing with inevitable rumors associated with this “silly season”.

Mr. Bartlett inquired when the board wished to complete Chief Lutz’s annual performance re-evaluation. By board consensus, they will meet and sign off on February 16, 2011 (7:00pm) at the next Regular Fire Board Meeting.

Motion to adjourn by: Mr. Wayman, Seconded by: Mr. Takacs
ROLL CALL: All ayes @ 7:21 pm

January 5, 2011

CALL TO ORDER 7:00 pm

ROLL CALL

x Mr. Anderson x Mr. Brotzman x Chief Lutz
x Mr. Bartlett x Mr. Takacs x Mr. Long
x Mr. Britton x Mr. Wayman x Mr. Szeman

MINUTES:

MINUTES of: 12/15/10 Regular Session

Motion by: Mr. Wayman, Seconded by: Mr. Bartlett to approve.
ROLL CALL: All ayes

BILLS AND PAYROLL:

Bills ($49,281.76) and payroll ($146,635.41) totaling $194,917.17 are motioned for acceptance and payment.

Motion to approve as presented by: Mr. Anderson, Seconded by: Mr. Britton
ROLL CALL: All ayes

OPENING PUBLIC PORTION:

No Comments.

COMMITTEE REPORTS:

BUILDINGS: Nothing to report/

PART TIME LABOR MANAGEMENT: Nothing to report.

FULL TIME LABOR MANAGEMENT: Nothing to report.

OLD BUSINESS:

Mr. Joe Szeman presented Resolution 11-019 Request for Qualifications as shown below (also available at www.madisonfiredist.com):

REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS FOR ARCHITECTURAL/ENGINEERING SERVICES FOR THE MADISON FIRE DISTRICT FOR TWO NEW FIRE STATIONS AND THE RENOVATION OF AN EXISTING STATION
OBJECTIVE:

The Madison Fire District seeks to implement the recommendations of its 2010 Master Plan through the construction of two new fire stations and the renovation of an existing fire station. Pursuant to the provisions of Ohio Revised Code Section 153.65, et seq., the District is requesting a Statement of Qualifications (SoQ) to select a qualified architectural/engineering firm to provide the architectural and engineering services required to design and construct the new fire stations and the renovation of the existing station. Professional services being requested include evaluation of the District’s facility needs and construction feasibility, creation of a project schedule, estimation of construction cost requirements, schematic design, life cycle analysis, all preliminary through construction drawings and specifications preparation, preparation of bidding documents, governmental approvals and construction oversight.

Because the services are professional in nature, because the qualified architectural/engineering efforts could reduce the overall project cost, and because the quality of the pubic improvements depends upon the qualifications of the firm, selection of the architectural/engineering firm will be based upon a predetermined set of weighted criteria as outlined herein.

NEW FIRE STATIONS / RENOVATION OF EXISTING STATION:

The successful architectural/engineering firm will be required to meet with the Madison Fire District Board and staff to help determine the building requirements, sizing, layout, etc. of new fire stations at sites to be determined. The stations will need to house staffing, inclusive of living facilities, administrative offices, training facilities, house such fire fighting equipment and apparatus as customarily required, all while allowing for growth.

ESTIMATED PROJECT BUDGET: $7,000,000.00

SOURCE OF FUNDS: Future bond issuance secured by existing levy.

SCHEDULE:

The following is a proposed schedule for the project:

Item Completion Date

Preliminary evaluation of the District’s needs, 60 days
schedule and budget requirements for approval

Commence schematic design and further evaluate or 90 days
refine District’s needs, verify existing conditions and
information accuracy, consult with other governmental
authorities with jurisdiction, prepare recommendations
for construction feasibility, preliminary life cycle
analysis, and preliminary cost and schedule estimates

Basic drawings preparation, life cycle analysis, and 120 days
approval of design, cost estimate and project schedule

Construction drawings and specifications, revisions to 180 days
estimates and project schedule, preparation of
bidding documents, governmental approvals
Bidding and award of contracts TBD

Substantial completion of building(s) and site(s) TBD

EVALUATION CRITERIA:

The following are the primary evaluation criteria and the anticipated weights the District plans to utilize to select the best qualified architectural/engineering firm. The right to change this criteria and weights assigned is retained by the District throughout the selection process. Selection is subjective in many areas and the decision of the District will be final and not subject to re-evaluation by the firms submitting a Statement of Qualifications.

A) Stability & Responsibility Weight Factor 4

Such considerations as: length of time firm has been in business; length of time principals have been with firm; financial responsibility; professional liability coverage; and etc. will be included in this area.

B) Experience & Competence

C) Design Ability

D) Location

E) Quality of Work

F) Demonstration of Interest

Weight Factor 6

Such considerations as: the number of similar fire station projects completed, both new construction and renovations, by the key personnel of the firm who will be assigned to this project; the technical training, education, and experience range of those personnel; in-house capabilities; and such other similar measures of experience.

Weight Factor 6

Such considerations as: ability of firm to complete the required work in-house within established time frame(s); the firm’s current work load; ability of the firm to utilize full time staff, equipment, and facilities to complete the work; range of the firm’s staff in the technical areas needed for the design associated with the project; subcontractors needed to complete the project; and etc. will be included in this area.

Weight Factor 2

Such considerations as: location of the firm’s office that will be responsible for project coordination; previous work in the general geographic area; key project personnel’s office location; and etc. will be included in this area. This criteria is being considered because lower project costs should result if limited travel expenses and etc. are required. In addition, better communication can be maintained which should result in a more complete and higher quality project.

Weight Factor 6

Such considerations as: examples or descriptions of similar work; references from satisfied clients; results of previous projects; control of costs; meeting of deadlines; and etc. will be included in this area.

Weight Factor 3

Such considerations as: adequateness of material supplied to permit evaluation; quality of proposal; cooperation; and etc. will be included in this area.

The District will accept a Statement of Qualifications (SoQs) until 4:00 PM February 18, 2011 at its administrative offices located at 33 North Lake Street, Madison, Ohio 44057. SoQs received after the hour and date stated will not be considered. The District is not accepting questions and will not provide any additional communication during the posting period.

The Statement of Qualifications should be formatted as follows: (i) a maximum of fifteen (15) single-sided pages, excluding resumes, (ii) use 8½” x 11″ paper only and maintain a one-inch margin on all four sides, (iii) please bind them, if at all, using only a staple or clip such that it may easily be removed to permit copying, (iv) please do not use tabs or other such inserts that would interfere with copying, and (v) please use a minimum 12-point font size.

Each firm shall submit four (4) copies of the SoQ in a sealed envelope clearly marked on the outside “Statement of Qualifications for Professional Architectural/Engineering Services, Madison Fire District, New Fire Stations and Renovations.” Only hard copies may be submitted. Faxed or electronically transmitted SoQs will not be accepted.

The District retains the option of rejecting or accepting any Statement of Qualifications. Should a firm be selected and the District can not negotiate a contract with the selected firm ranked best qualified, the District shall inform the firm in writing of the termination of negotiations and enter into negotiations with the firm ranked next best qualified. If negotiations again fail, the same procedure shall be followed with each next best qualified firm selected until a contract is negotiated. However, the District retains the right to reject all SoQs and initiate the process of obtaining Statement of Qualifications from qualified architectural/engineering firms at a later date.

Statement of Qualifications:

The specific format of the Statement of Qualifications (SoQ) shall be per the responding firm’s judgment. In general, SoQs shall be organized in a manner that will facilitate the evaluation of the responding firm under the criteria stated herein. It is desirable that the responding firms SoQs specifically address each evaluation criteria. Additional information over what is listed for each criterion in the preceding section that is deemed relevant may be submitted. The District requests that in addition to a general list of representative projects, responding firms select one or two of its completed projects of similar size and scope for a detailed project description. The selected project shall be a project that has been completed for at least three (3) years but no more than ten (10) years.

The responding firms are also requested to provide proposed project teams that will most likely work on this project. Members listed should include personnel from the principal down to the design level. Sub-professional level employees not providing a significant role on the project do not need to be included. A resume of each key member of the team is needed and should detail relevant experience, length of service with the firm and job duties during his/her tenure, educational background and professional background.

The District also requires an overview of your quality control methods or review procedures.

INTERVIEWS:

The District reserves the right to conduct face-to-face interviews with any, all, or none of the responding firms. In the event the District deems interviews necessary to select the best firm, the District will establish a meeting at a mutually convenient acceptable time. The District will meet with key members of the firm’s proposed project team. It shall be the District’s sole decision on which firms interviews are held.

GENERAL NOTICES:

Submitting firms should note that all SoQs become the property of the District and will become available to any person pursuant to Ohio Revised Code Chapter 149, Ohio’s public records law. In conformity with said law, submissions may not be held in confidence by the District and it is legally unable to honor any such requests.

A complete scope of services will be negotiated after selection of a qualified firm. Time is deemed of the essence for such negotiations.

It is the policy of the District that all original design documents, construction tracings, reports, studies, and other data produced as a direct result of the services performed under the contract shall become the property of the District. Any copyrighting of material produced as a result of the services performed shall be in the District’s name. Where licensed material is incorporated as an integral component of the services provided the firm shall register the District as a licensed user and shall provide the District with one complete copy of the licensed material.

Firms are advised that Ohio Revised Code Section 2909.33 may apply to any contract entered into and, if so, then prior to entering into such contract will have to sign and execute a Declaration Regarding Material Assistance / No Assistance to a Terrorist Organization, unless the firm is pre-certified as provided by that section. The form is posted on the Ohio Department of Public Safety website and may be found at http://www.publicsafety.ohio.gov.

The financing agency for the project may impose additional requirements upon the District such that its weighted criteria will have to be amended, altered, or otherwise revised to comply with such requirements.

Publish and Notices:

The Plain Dealer

District Web Site

Any firms with current Statements of Qualifications on file with the District

The American Council of Engineering Companies of Ohio
1650 Lake Shore Drive, Suite 200
Columbus, Ohio 43204

AIA Ohio
17 S. High Street, Suite 200
Columbus, Ohio 43215

Ohio Society of Professional Engineers
400 S. Fifth Street, Suite 300
Columbus, Ohio 43215

LEGAL NOTICE:
MADISON FIRE DISTRICT REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS FOR ARCHITECTURAL/ENGINEERING SERVICES CONTRACT

Pursuant to ORC section 153.67 Notice is given that the Madison Fire District seeks Statements of Qualifications from architectural/engineering firms for architectural and engineering contract services related to the construction of two new fire stations and the renovation of an existing station. The full text of the Request for Qualifications is posted on the District’s web site, www.madisonfiredist.com, or can be obtained at the address listed below. Only responses received by 4:00 pm on February 18, 2011 at the below address will be considered.

Madison Fire District
33 North Lake Street
Madison, OH 44057

RFQ Discussion:

Mr. Szeman reported the Building Construction Committee (Chief Lutz, CFO Long, FT and PT Firefighters (TBD), Trustee Bartlett and Trustee Wayman) has set an aggressive, yet flexible, pace for completing the RFQ process. He will meet with the committee to evaluate all submitted RFQ’s and begin negotiations with the most qualified firm shortly after the due date. If agreeable terms with the premier candidate cannot be reached, he will move quickly to begin negotiations with the second place candidate.

Mr. Long confirmed that the District has sufficient capital funds available to cover the costs of obtaining preliminary architectural information and that these prepaid funds can be rolled over and paid back to the District once the financing is completed.

Szeman suggested that all recommendations submitted by potential architectural firms be verified through public records. Chief Lutz commented that the board should plan fieldtrips to visit fire stations completed by potential architectural firms.

Mr. Szeman also suggested that the board check all district owned properties through the Title Examiner to identify any easements or previous contracts for use so there will be no delays later.

Motion by: Mr. Wayman, Seconded by: Mr. Bartlett to approve
ROLL CALL: All ayes

NEW BUSINESS:

Mr. Long presented Resolution #11-020 for the District’s Annual Appropriations which is submitted to the County Auditor along with Certification of Estimated Resources. He explained that these figures are not final and can be amended as needed.

Motion by: Mr. Britton, Seconded by: Mr. Wayman to approve
ROLL CALL: All ayes

CHIEF’S REPORT:

1) District Computer System: Chief reported that, with the exception of the new training center, all new computers have been installed and are up and running.

2) Inspections: John Kloski reported he, Lt. Sopko and FF Brian Faulhammer have completed all business inspections throughout the district. He commented that they are pleased with the cooperation of Madison businesses and are committed to working with them to ensure safe work environments. Kloski plans to issue Fire Safety Compliance Certificates to all businesses that pass inspection.

Kloski reported that he has worked out a deal with Carter Lumber to supply businesses with pink slips from the Fire District Inspector with miscellaneous items at discounted rates for getting their buildings up to code (bulbs, fire extinguishers, etc.).

The following Pre-Inspection Checklist will be placed on the District website (www.madisonfiredist.com) for business owners’ use in evaluating whether or not their buildings meet code:

Pre Inspection Checklist

CLOSING PUBLIC PORTION:

No comments.

Motion to adjourn to Executive Session to discuss personnel by: Mr. Britton
Seconded by: ,Mr. Wayman,
ROLL CALL: All Ayes @ 8:00 pm

Motion to adjourn Executive Session by: Mr. Wayman Seconded by: Mr. Britton
ROLL CALL: All ayes @ 8:25 pm

January 5, 2011- Re-organization Meeting

CALL TO ORDER 7:00 pm

ROLL CALL

x Mr. Anderson x Mr. Brotzman x Chief Lutz
x Mr. Bartlett x Mr. Takacs x Mr. Long
x Mr. Britton x Mr. Wayman x Mr. Szeman

Pledge Of Allegiance

Vote on Chairman

Chairman to be from the Township for 2011

Nomination to Mr. Brotzman
Motion to close nomination and approve Mr. Brotzman as Chairman.
Motion by: Mr. Anderson, Seconded by Mr. Bartlett
Roll Call: All ayes

Vote on Vice Chairman

Chairman to be from the Village for 2011

Nomination to Mr. Takacs
Motion to close nomination and approve Mr. Takacs as Vice Chairman.
Motion by: Mr. Britton, Seconded by Mr. Wayman
Roll Call: All ayes

~~~~ NEW CHAIRMAN WILL NOW DIRECT MEETING. ~~~~

The following motions are necessary to be recorded for 2011:
Note: Current status of the motion is in parenthesis

11-001: Motion for Regular Meetings to be held (the third Wednesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. Meetings will be held at the Station #1 Training Center, and any Special meetings are to be held at the location designated when scheduled).

Motion by: Mr. Bartlett, Second by: Mr. Wayman to approve.
Roll Call: All ayes

11-002: Board member pay per year for meetings to be (an annual maximum of $450. To be paid annually)

Motion by: Mr. Board, Seconded by: Mr. Anderson to approve.
Roll Call: All ayes

11-003: Fire Chief is to continue at current status.

Motion by: Mr. Wayman, Seconded by: Mr. Takacs to approve.
Roll Call: All ayes

11-004: All part-time and full-time District Firefighters are to continue at current pay and status per contract.

Motion by Mr. Anderson, Seconded by Mr. Britton to approve.
Roll Call: All ayes

11-005: The established pay period for various classifications as of January 1, 2011 is bi-weekly.

Motion by: Mr. Wayman, Seconded by: Mr. Bartlett to approve
Roll Call: All ayes

11-006: Establish ten holidays for the non-bargaining full-time employees for 2011. New Years Day- Jan. 1, Martin Luther King Day- Jan. 17, President’s Day- Feb. 21, Memorial Day- May 30, Independence Day- July 4, Labor day- Sept. 5, Columbus Day- Oct. 10, Veteran’s Day- Nov. 11, Thanksgiving Day- Nov. 24. Christmas Day- Dec. 25: taken subject to notice, if not taken on that day. (Revised 1/13/11)

Motion by: Mr. Anderson, Second by: Mr. Britton to approve.
Roll Call: All ayes

11-007: Authorize and appoint Legal Counsel at ($350.00 per month for meetings and an office rate of $95.00 per hour.) Appointment to Mr. Szeman.

Motion by: Mr. Britton, Seconded by: Mr. Anderson to approve.
Roll Call: All ayes

11-008: Set the rate for special meeting notification to persons requesting same for ($10.00 per year).

Motion by: Mr. Bartlett, Seconded by: Mr. Wayman to approve.
Roll Call: All ayes

11-009: Continue with the purchase order procedure.

Motion by: Mr. Britton, Seconded by: Mr. Anderson to approve.
Roll Call: All ayes

11-010: Continue in effect, the Madison Fire District Rules and Regulations.

Motion by: Mr. Wayman, Seconded by: Mr. Takacs to approve.
Roll Call: All ayes

11-011: To establish a Records Committee, which is required to meet at least
once a year; members to consist of (Chairman, Vice-Chairman, Fire Chief, Chief
Financial Officer and Clerk).

Motion by: Mr. Britton, Seconded by: Mr. Wayman to approve.
Roll Call: All ayes

11-012: To establish a Full-time Labor/Management Committee, members to
consist of (Mr. Britton, Mr. Anderson and Fire Chief; meetings to be scheduled
quarterly.)

Motion by: Mr. Takacs, Seconded by: Mr. Wayman_ to approve.
ROLL CALL: All ayes

11-013: To establish a Part-time Labor/Management Committee, members
to consist of (Mr. Wayman , Mr. Bartlett and Fire Chief, meetings to be scheduled
every four months.)

Motion by: Mr. Britton, Seconded by: Mr. Anderson to approve.
Roll Call: All ayes

11-014: To establish an Audit Committee for the purpose of review of the audit procedure and actual audit
reports. Committee to include (Chairman, Vice-Chairman, Fiscal Officer and legal and bank professional(s)
as requested.)

Motion by: Mr. Bartlett, Seconded by: Mr. Anderson to approve.
Roll Call: All ayes

11-015: To establish a Building Committee, members to consist of
(Mr. Brotzman, Mr. Britton and Fire Chief; meetings to be scheduled as needed.)

Motion by: Mr. Britton, Seconded by: Mr. Anderson to approve.
Roll Call: All ayes

11-016: To establish a Building Construction Committee.

Motion by: Mr. Bartlett, Seconded by: Mr. Anderson to approve.
Roll Call: All ayes

Building Construction Committee members to consist of Mr. Bartlett, Mr. Wayman, and Fire Chief.

Motion by: Mr. Britton, Seconded by: Mr. Anderson to approve.
Roll Call: All ayes

11-017: Fiscal Officer is to continue at current status.

Motion by: Mr. Anderson, Seconded by: Mr. Britton to approve.
ROLL CALL: All ayes

11-018: Fire Clerk is to continue at current status.

Motion by: Mr. Bartlett, Seconded by: Mr. Anderson to approve.
ROLL CALL: All ayes

REORGANIZATIONAL PORTION OF MEETING IS CONCLUDED.

Motion to adjourn is made by Mr. Anderson, Seconded by Britton.
Roll Call: All ayes