NOVEMBER 06, 2007

MEETING MINUTES

CLOSED SESSION/REGULAR MEETING

LIVINGSTON CITY COUNCIL

NOVEMBER 6, 2007

A Regular Meeting/Closed Session of the Livingston City Council was held on November 6, 2007, in the City Council Chambers with Mayor Samra presiding.

CLOSED SESSION

ROLL CALL

    Mayor Gurpal Samra

    Mayor Pro-Tem William Ingram

    Council Member Frank Vierra

    Council Member Rodrigo Espinoza

    Council Member Roy Soria 

The Council went into Closed Session at 5:16 p.m. to discuss the following matters:

1.      Conference with Legal Counsel: Existing Litigation—Government Code Section 54956.9(a). Foster Poultry Farms, Inc. v. City of Livingston, Merced County Superior Case No. 149443.

2. Conference with Legal Counsel: Existing Litigation—Government Code Section 54956.9(a). City of Livingston v. Foster Poultry Farms, Inc., Merced County Superior Court Case No. 149647.

3.      Conference with Legal Counsel: Existing Litigation—Government Code Section 54956.9(a). Foster Poultry Farms, Inc. v. Richard Warne & Paul Creighton, United States District Court, Eastern District Court of California: 1:06-CV-00931-OWW-DLB.

4.      Conference with Real Property Negotiator—Government Code Section 54956.8.

Property:  Director’s Deed # 00801-01-01, # 00802-01-01 (4 parcels).

Negotiating Parties:  City Manager Richard N. Warne and Attorney Mark Mulkerin.

Under Negotiation:  Purchase Price.

5.   Conference with Real Property Negotiator—Government Code Section 54956.8.

Property:  641 Main Street, APN: # 024-145-011.

Negotiating Parties:  City Manager Richard N. Warne.

Under Negotiation:  Lease Agreement.

6.      Conference with Real Property Negotiator—Government Code Section 54956.8.

Property:  APN #024-134-005.

Negotiating Parties:  City Manager Richard N. Warne.

Under Negotiation:  Purchase.

      7.   Public Employment—Government Code Section 54957.

Title:  City Attorney.

8.      Conference with Legal Counsel—Anticipated Litigation.  Significant Exposure to Litigation— Government Code 54956.9(b).  3 Cases.

The Closed Session ended at 6:57 p.m.

OPEN SESSION

The Council came out of Closed Session and into Open Session at 6:58 p.m.

REGULAR MEETING

CALL TO ORDER

Mayor Samra called the meeting to order at 7:02 p.m.

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

The pledge of allegiance to the flag was recited and was led by Mike Torres.

ROLL CALL

    Mayor Gurpal Samra

    Mayor Pro-Tem William Ingram

    Council Member Frank Vierra                                                    

    Council Member Rodrigo Espinoza

    Council Member Roy Soria

CLOSED SESSION ANNOUNCEMENTS

There was no reportable action.  The Council gave direction to staff.

CHANGES TO THE AGENDA .

At the request of City Manager Warne, Item No. 15 was moved to Agenda No. 1.

15.  City Council Guidance on Construction of Soccer Fields on City Wastewater Treatment Plant Property.

City Manager Warne presented the agenda item.

James Olivera, organizer for Los Lobos football club (soccer), was present to seek the City’s assistance in finding a nice, safe, central location for the youth to play football and soccer.  He said the youths currently practice wherever they can.  Mr. Olivera relayed that soccer has become the #1 sport in Livingston.  He relayed that the club started off with three teams in April and now has eight teams with youths ranging in age from 8 to 18.

Mayor Samra asked Mr. Olivera how many players were participating at this time.

Mr. Olivera replied there are over 100 players not including coaches and parents.        

Enrique Medina, a coach, commented that soccer is recognized world wide.  He added that he has training in the fundamentals of soccer and wants the players to have fun while participating in the sport. 

Gerri Martin, 16181 W. Vinewood said she owns the field next door to the proposed soccer fields.  She noted she has nothing against soccer, but was concerned about the farming impacts upon the children and visa versa.

Ms. Martin asked exactly where the soccer fields would be located.  She also questioned what happened to the original plan for the land which was for expansion of the City’s domestic treatment plant.

City Manager Warne explained that the City purchased 56 acres on the west side of Washington Blvd. and the soccer fields were proposed to be located along Washington Blvd. He further noted that both uses can be accommodated on the 56 acres.

Mike Torres, 1616 Eighth Street, spoke about the land not being annexed to the City or the sphere of influence.  He suggested that staff speak with Father Harvey of St. Jude’s Catholic Church about the possibility of using church land and preparing the land to accommodate soccer practices and games.

Director Kenney replied that she has a tentatively scheduled meeting with County Planning on November 16th to discuss the issues raised by Mr. Torres.

Council Member Espinoza explained that this item was for public discussion and there has been no decision made as yet or if this is an appropriate location for the soccer fields.

Colette Alvernaz, P.O. Box 255, Livingston, read a lengthy statement (copy given to City Clerk) regarding the City’s failure to prepare an Environmental Impact Report before purchasing land (Horta property) adjacent to the existing Wastewater Treatment Plant which she believes is a violation of the CEQA law.  She noted there are other possible violations such as the City’s lack of notification to the neighboring property owners.

Mrs. Alvernaz further elaborated on the land purchase, legal ramifications, original purpose for the land and other related items.  She questioned if the City needed the land so much for its wastewater treatment plant expansion then why is it considering putting in soccer fields. 

Mrs. Alvernaz further noted that she believes the City still plans to use the property for the treatment plant expansion and when it wants the land it will conveniently mitigate to move the soccer fields elsewhere.  She commented that she also believes the City is using the soccer fields to take the attention away from itself, covering up its illegal actions and possibly pitting the soccer enthusiasts against the local citizens who have spoken up.

            Pamela Tamez, 1440 Main Street, asked if the City has a proposal of how this project will be paid.

Mayor Samra explained that these soccer fields are just an idea brought forward by the soccer parents and coaches.  The City has no submitted plans to review.

Juan Pulido, soccer coach, explained that this is a positive project for the youths.  He added that this is a dangerous age for boys and playing soccer keeps kids off the street.

Denis Wells, 1159 Second Street, commented that the City could use more soccer fields.  He suggested the City should have a proposal and when this project does come forward to look at parking impacts.

Police Chief Eldridge stated that all he has heard is why the kids shouldn’t have a soccer field.  He commented that he has nothing against the farmers and then quoted John F. Kennedy asking “what they can do for the kids and City rather than what the City can do for them.” 

Bruno Pena agreed with Chief Eldridge and said he has seen the City grow and feels there is a need for the soccer fields.

Mr. Olivera stated that he understands the farmers concerns and explained what he thought was necessary to build a soccer field.

Julianne Bigler, 15688 W. Vinewood, read a letter from Supervisor Deidre Kelsey outlining the Supervisor’s concerns for an adequate environmental assessment of the fields.

Collette Alvernaz suggested using vacant land outside Livingston on Lincoln and Magnolia.  She added that Ranchwood Homes just sold land to Atwater and suggested the City approach Ranchwood about the purchase of land.  She added that subdivisions are not selling, houses are in default and subdivisions are not needed. Mrs. Alvernaz also suggested purchasing the vacant lot near the high school adjacent to Value Market where kids could go next door and purchase sports drinks and snacks.

Mrs. Alvernaz stated that the area of City owned land purchased from Mrs. Horta is not a safe location due to drug use and two homicides.

Katherine Schell, 1149 Ninth Street, addressed her comments to the coaches and parents and stated the children are feeling beaten up because they are hearing a lot of opposition to the soccer field proposal.

Diana Pedrozo-Westmoreland read her concerns.  She spoke about the Master Plans having conflicts and inconsistencies and stated the City is not following the law.  Ms. Pedrozo-Westmoreland asked the City Council to stop this process today. 

Staff commented there would be no action taken as this was just a discussion item.

Alejandra Pulido commented that she doesn’t know what the big deal is, all the kids want is a place to play.

Council Member Soria commented that it seems like every time someone comes up with a suggestion for a project, there is always some opposition.  He stated that the soccer fields will use no more water than the farmers fields will use.

Council Member Soria further commented that the opposers are not residents of the City, but are residents of the County.  He addressed the comment on the Horta property being unsafe which he does not believe.  He believes the City followed the law pertaining to the land purchase.

Council Member Vierra commented that he understand this is not a decision for the Council to make on this matter, but only to give guidance and direction. 

Council Member Espinoza commented that there are a lot of kids who are in favor of the new soccer fields.  He feels that those people opposing the plan are looking for one more thing to throw rocks at and attack the Council at Council meetings which shouldn’t happen, especially in front of the kids.

Mayor Pro-Tem Ingram addressed his concerns with animal holes in the soccer fields and children getting injured and recommended moving forward with the City’s plans for soccer fields at the Sports Complex on Walnut Avenue.  He said he has been in close contact with Supervisors Pedrozo and Kelsey about bringing in funds to get this project done. 

Mayor Samra commented that there is no denial that soccer is a popular sport; however, this matter came up as a request by the citizens. 

Motion:  M/S Samra/Ingram to direct staff to provide Council with options on an appropriate location for the soccer fields.  The motion carried 5-0.

RECESS

The Council took a short break.  The meeting resumed at 8:14 p.m.

AWARDS, PRESENTATIONS, APPOINTMENTS AND PROCLAMATIONS

      1.   City Manager Warne announced that the City has been presented the 2006-2007 Safety Award for the Pooled Liability Program from the Central San Joaquin Valley Risk Management Authority.

2. Citizens’ Advisory Committee Report.                     

Kaye Greeley, Committee Chair (gave City Clerk written concerns) commented that the CAC gave a power point presentation and other information to the Council on the position of Code Enforcement Officer.  She stated the CAC is requesting that the Council place the hiring of a Code Enforcement Officer on the next agenda.     

ANNOUNCEMENTS AND REPORTS

      Supervisor John Pedrozo Announcements and Reports.

      Supervisor Pedrozo reported the following:

·         He will be meeting with Mayor Pro-Tem Ingram tomorrow at 11:00 a.m., to discuss

possible funding for the sports complex.

·         High Speed Rail meeting scheduled for December 5 at 10:00 a.m., at the County

Administration Building.

·         Town Hall Meeting on Thursday, January 17th at 7:00 p.m.

·         Northern Commuter Rail Service.

·         If anyone has a concern he would appreciate the person contacting him personally.

City Council Members’ Announcements and Reports.

Council Member Vierra

·         Reported that the Livingston High School cross-country team won the league this

year.

·         Reported that the boy’s soccer team made the playoffs.

Council Member Espinoza

·         Had a question for Public Works regarding some construction work on “F” Street.

Public Works Director Creighton will get back to Council on this matter.

Council Member Soria

·         Commented he has heard positive comments regarding the lighting the City installed

at the Vintage West Apartments.

Mayor Pro-Tem Ingram

·         Thanked Donna Kenney for her quick action on removing two tree stumps on  “B” Street.

·         Reported on the LAFCO.         

Mayor’s Announcements and Reports.

·         No announcements or reports.

CITIZEN COMMENTS

Diana Pedrozo-Westmoreland commented that Merced County is #5 in agricultural production counties in the country and her concern is loss of money to the farmers and the people who work for them.

Gerri Martin, 16181 W. Vinewood said she was told she was not a part of the City.  She commented that the City came to her about purchasing her land.  Mrs. Martin added that she would not be here tonight if the City had not contacted her first.  She pointed out that the 56 acres of land are not included in the General Plan and stated that if the Council didn’t want people to think they are doing something wrong, they should think before taking action.

Denis Wells invited everyone to the Veterans Parade on November 11th and asked all veterans to participate in the parade.  Mr. Wells spoke about a bill, HR 551 where all veterans qualify for a Cal Vet loan.  He spoke about cuts in funding for veterans and suggested that veterans contact their representatives.

Colette Alvernaz commented that she doesn’t have a conspiracy against the City and that she never said she was correct in everything she said.  She noted that we all need to work together.

Mrs. Alvernaz added that she is the daughter-in-law of Sweet Potato Joe and feels very hurt that the Council states that he is not part of the community.

Mrs. Alvernaz further commented that there was illegal action on the 42 inch pipeline and the City has violated the law.  She also noted that her requests for information have not been answered.

Katherine Schell commented that she has lived in Livingston all of her life and has watched housing take over agricultural land.

Mike Torres asked about black top in the alley on Second Street.  He added that the drop is so great that it causes water to go into the neighbor’s yard.

Public Works Director Creighton said he will meet with Mr. Torres about this matter.

Mr. Torres commented that at the last Council meeting, he had asked that the library hours be posted on Channel 2 and they are not.

Director Kenney replied that the library was contacted and the hours of operation were verified and are correct.

Dwight Benafield, 1330 Queen Way commented that he believes that when a Council Member answers “no comment” they are hiding their answer, so it’s a lie.  He also doesn’t think that a super majority is allowed by a single majority vote by state law. 

Jean Okuye, 10029 West Olive Avenue, commented on a training session on smart growth in Merced and only two people, Ramon Avila and Filomena Arredondo showed up from Livingston.

Mrs. Okuye also addressed the matter of the width of streets in the Traffic/Circulation Master Plan.  

PUBLIC HEARINGS    

      3.   City of Livingston Traffic/Circulation Master Plan.

            The agenda item was presented by Community Development Director Kenney. 

            Ken Anderson from KD Anderson and Associates who prepared the plan was present to answer questions about the changes since the last draft of the plan was approved.

            Mayor Samra opened the Public Hearing at 9:00 p.m.

Mike Torres suggested that the next time there is a public hearing that there should be a large map displayed because the plan was hard for him to follow.

City Manager Warne  commented that this is not adoption of the plan, it’s an approval to start the environmental process.

Denis Wells expressed concern regarding the truck route on Washington Blvd.

Colette Alvernaz raised a question regarding the 42 inch pipeline.  She was told that there was going to be a road near the pipeline.

Mr. Anderson commented that maybe be in the future.

Mrs. Alvernaz asked if the road will be east or west of the pipeline.

Director Kenney explained that it would be on top of it.

Mrs. Alvernaz had a problem with this.

Director Kenney asked Mrs. Alvernaz to make an appointment and she will go over this matter with her.

Mrs. Alvernaz expressed concern regarding the public notice for this item.

City Manager Warne commented that all notices are posted 72 hours in advance, published in the newspaper and placed on the City website and Channel 2.  He said if the Council chooses to have notices posted longer, staff will comply.           

Diana Pedrozo-Westmoreland raised a question with the General Plan’s growth rates which she believes are inflated.  She also had a concern with Williamson Act contracts.

Director Kenney explained that this is information that will be analyzed in the EIR.

City Manager Warne commented that the General Plan comment letters will be discussed at the November 13th Planning Commission meeting.

Mayor Samra closed the Public Hearing at 9:52 p.m., as there were no further public comments.

Council Member Vierra stated that the City’s growth figures could be inflated, but it’s better than not being prepared. 

Council Member Espinoza commented that Winton Parkway is too congested and needs to be widened.  He said if this is not done in the future the City will have the same problem as currently experienced on the Winton Parkway overpass. Council Member Espinoza added that the City has a plan and he feels it is the right plan and the City should move forward with it.

Mayor Pro-Tem Ingram stated that previous staff did not look ahead at the ultimate width of Winton Parkway

.

Mayor Samra commented that he appreciated everyone’s comments.  He said he wished he had a crystal ball, but it’s always better to take the worst case scenario and plan for the future.

Motion:  M/S Samra/Soria to adopt Resolution No. 2007-55, approving the City of Livingston Traffic/Circulation Master Plan.  The motion carried 5-0 by the following vote:

AYES:                               Council Members:          Espinoza, Ingram, Samra, Soria, Vierra

NOES:                               Council Members:          None

ABSENT:    Council Members:       None

4.      City of Livingston Park and Recreation Master Plan.

The agenda item was presented by Community Development Director Kenney.

            Mayor Samra opened the Public Hearing at 9:55 pm

Gerri Martin expressed concern about her property being any part of the City’s plans.

Director Kenney responded that the City has no desire to take her land and is looking at other parks in the City to locate facilities.

City Manager Warne commented that the City will likely do what other cities do, have joint use of facilities with the schools. 

Colette Alvernaz commented that the City did not correctly notice this item and should not approve the plan.

Katharine Rodriguez commented that she doesn’t get channel 2 to see the public notices.

Since she has been speaking at City Council meetings, she has not been receiving the Livingston Chronicle either.  She asked if each and every Council Member has read every document that they receive to fully understand all documents.

Julianne Bigler read a letter from Supervisor Deidre Kelsey.

Bruno Pena asked about the boundary of where the Sports Complex will be located.

Lengthy discussion followed.

Diana Pedrozo-Westmoreland referred to her letter regarding Item 4.  She added this is just a general comment on researching on the Williams Act. .

Wayne Koehn, representing the Livingston Union School District, said he looked over the Parks and Recreation plan and feels there was some good thought that went into the plan.  He pointed out that if current property owners don’t want to sell to developers, they shouldn’t sell and the property won’t be developed.

Mayor Samra closed the Public Hearing at 10:32 p.m.

Council Member Soria commented that this is just a plan and if development doesn’t come in to pay for it, it will not be built.

Council Member Vierra understands the concern over the Williamson Act.  He commented that this is just a plan and it will not happen if you don’t sell your land.

Council Member Espinoza stated this is just a general plan for the future.

Mayor Pro-Tem Ingram expressed that as long as you own the land, nothing will get built.  If building comes, we have to be prepared for it.

Mayor Samra doesn’t have any comments as everything has been said.

Motion:  M/S Vierra/Ingram to adopt Resolution No. 2007-56 approving the City of Livingston Park and Master Plan.  The motion carried 5-0 by the following vote:

AYES:                               Council Members:          Espinoza, Ingram, Samra, Soria, Vierra

NOES:                               Council Members:          None

ABSENT:    Council Members:       None           

      5.   Introduce and Waive the First Reading of an Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Livingston Amending Title 2 (Government Organization) Chapters 1, 2, 4 and 5 of the Livingston Municipal Code Relating to City Boards, Commissions, Committees, Councils, Foundations and Agencies.

            City Manager Warne presented the agenda item.

            Mayor Samra opened the Public Hearing at 10:37 p.m. 

           Colette Alvernaz commented on Items 5, 6 and 7 and feels that members of the Planning Commission, Recreation Commission and Citizens’ Advisory Committee should be elected.

            Mayor Samra closed the Public Hearing at 10:43 p.m., there being no further comments from the public.

            Motion:  M/S Vierra/Soria to introduce and waive the first reading of Ordinance No. 561, an Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Livingston Amending Title (Government Organization) Chapters 1, 2, 4 and 5 of the Livingston Municipal Code Relating to City Boards, Commissions, Councils, Foundations and Agencies.  The motion carried 5-0 by the following vote:

AYES:                        Council Members:          Espinoza, Ingram, Samra, Soria, Vierra

NOES:                       Council Members:          None

ABSENT:    Council Members:       None

      6.   Introduce and Waive the First Reading of an Ordinance of the City Council of the City

of Livingston Amending Title 2, (Government Organization) Chapter 2 (Planning Commission) of the Livingston Municipal Code Relating to the Organization and Duties and Responsibilities of the Planning Commission.

Mayor Samra opened the Public Hearing at 10:45 p.m.

            Colette Alvernaz commented that all members should be elected.

Mike Torres feels that there should be a letter of interest submitted and the candidates be interviewed by the Council.  He asked if the absence section had been recently changed.

Staff replied no.

Mayor Samra closed the Public Hearing at 10:48 p.m., as there were no further public comments.

Mayor Pro-Tem Ingram asked if the address of the meeting chambers needs to be changed before the ordinance is approved.

Motion:  M/S Vierra/Espinoza to introduce and waive the first reading of Ordinance No. 562, an Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Livingston Amending Title 2 (Government Organization) Chapter 2 (Planning Commission) of the Livingston Municipal Code Relating to the Duties and Responsibilities of the Planning Commission.

The motion carried 5-0 by the following vote:                      

AYES:                       Council Members:          Espinoza, Ingram, Samra, Soria, Vierra

NOES:                       Council Members:          None

ABSENT:    Council Members:       None

7.      Introduce and Waive the First Reading of an Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Livingston Amending Title 2 (Government Organization) Chapter 3 (Citizens’ Advisory Committee) of the Livingston Municipal Code Relating to the Organization and Duties and Responsibilities of the Citizens’ Advisory Committee.

The agenda item was presented by City Manager Warne.

Mayor Samra opened the Public Hearing at 10:52 p.m.

Mike Torres suggested changing the word shall to should in section 2-3-2(a) of the ordinance.

It was agreed to change the section to read “should” be residents instead of “shall” be residents.

Mayor Samra closed the Public Hearing at 10:54 p.m., as there were no further comments from the public.

Motion:  M/S Vierra/Espinoza to introduce and waive the first reading of Ordinance No. 563, an Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Livingston Amending Title 2 (Government Organization) Chapter 3 (Citizens’ Advisory Committee) of the Livingston Municipal Code Relating to the Organization and Duties and Responsibilities of the Citizens’ Advisory Committee.  The motion carried 5-0 by the following vote:

            AYES:                         Council Members:          Espinoza, Ingram, Samra, Soria, Vierra

NOES:                            Council Members:          None

ABSENT:    Council Members:       None     

CONSENT CALENDAR

      The following items were presented for Council consideration under the Consent Calendar:

      8.   Approval of Lucero Park Master Plan.

9.      Approval of Arakelian Park Master Plan.

10.  Memorandum of Understanding Between the City of Livingston and Merced Union High School District Regarding the School Resource Officer Program.

11.  George Osner Agreement for Planning Services.

12. Approval of Warrant Register Dated October 30, 2007.

13.  Approval of Minutes of City Council Meeting Held on October 16, 2007.   

14. Approval of Minutes of City Council Meeting Held on October 24, 2007.

Mayor Samra asked that Item #9 be pulled due to a conflict of interest  (he resides across the street from Arakelian Park).

Council Member Vierra asked that Item #10 be pulled due to a conflict of interest (he is employed by the MUHSD).

Motion:  M/S Vierra/Soria to approve Item #9.  The motion carried 4-0-1, with Mayor Samra abstaining.

Motion:  M/S Espinoza/Soria to approve Item #10.  The motion carried 4-0-1, with Council Member Vierra abstaining.

Motion:  M/S Espinoza/Soria to approve Items 11 through 14.  The motion carried 5-0.

DISCUSSION AND POTENTIAL ACTION ITEMS

      15. City Council Guidance on Construction of Soccer Fields on City Wastewater Treatment Plant Property.

            This item was discussed at the beginning of the regular meeting.

      16. City Council Guidance on Appointment of a Planning Commissioner.

            Staff informed the Council that the term of Planning Commissioner Ramon Avila will expire on December 31, 2007. 

            By consensus, the Council directed staff to solicit letters of interest from prospective candidates and advertise the vacancy in the newspaper, City website and Channel 2.

16.  Discussion of Costs to Move City Council Meetings to Recreation Center.

City Manager Warne recalled that at the last Council meeting, staff was given direction to determine the cost of moving the City Council Chambers to the Recreation Center next door.  He noted that an approximate cost has been determined and if the Council wished to move the meetings to the Recreation Center staff had recommendations for their consideration.

Council Member Soria commented that he doesn’t agree with the move.  He feels the move would be a step backwards for the City.

Motion:  M/S Ingram/Espinoza to direct staff to proceed with the following items to prepare for the move the Recreation Center:

·               Move the senior citizens as planned to the new location at 420 Main Street

·               Install carpet on the floor of the Recreation Center to improve the acoustics in the room at estimated cost of $3,800.  Wall coverings may need to be installed if carpet is not enough to improve acoustics in the room in order to hold a meeting.

·               Install sound system in the room.  Estimated cost is approximately $3,200.

·               Move tables and existing chairs from the current Council Chambers to the new Council Chambers.  Some existing metal chairs will go to the new senior citizen center and some will remain in the new City Council Chambers.  Additional chairs may need to be purchased.

Estimated Cost:  Approximately $7,000 plus the cost of additional chairs.

The motion carried 3-2-0, with Council Members Soria and Vierra voting no. 

18.  City Manager Announcements and Reports.

No announcements or reports.

ADJOURNMENT

The meeting was adjourned by consensus at 11:20 p.m.

                                                                                   ________________________________

City Clerk of the City of Livingston

APPROVED:  November 20, 2007

___________________________

 Mayor or Mayor ProTempore

 

The written meeting minutes reflect a summary of specific actions taken by the City Council. They do not necessarily reflect all of the comments or dialogue leading up to the action. All meetings are digitally recorded and are an official record of the meeting’s proceedings. Digitally recorded verbatim minutes are available, upon request, and may be obtained at Livingston City Hall.

 

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