15. Approval of Minutes of Meeting Held on April 15, 2014.

Meeting Date: June 03, 2014

Agenda Item #15. Approval of Minutes of Meeting Held on April 15, 2014.

Agenda Packet Pages: 428 – 439





APRIL 15, 2014

A Regular Meeting/Closed Session of the Livingston City Council was held on April 15, 2014, in the City Council Chambers with Mayor Espinoza presiding.




Mayor Rodrigo Espinoza

Mayor Pro-Tem Gurpal Samra (Excused)

Council Member Jim Soria

Council Member Arturo Sicairos

Council Member David Mendoza

Mayor Espinoza opened the meeting for public comment at 6:08 p.m. There were no comments and the Council went into Closed Session immediately thereafter to discuss the following matters:

1. Conference with Legal Counsel – Potential Litigation

[(Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(2)]

Number of Cases: 2

2. Conference with Legal Counsel – Existing Litigation

[Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(1)]

California River Watch v. City of Livingston

United States District Court – Eastern District of California

Case No. 1:14CV-00437-AWI-MJS

3. Conference with Labor Negotiator

(Government Code Section 54957.6)

Labor Negotiator: City Manager Jose Antonio Ramirez

Employee Organizations: All Represented City Employees


Mayor Espinoza called the meeting to order at 7:11 p.m.


The pledge of allegiance to the flag was recited.


Mayor Rodrigo Espinoza

Mayor Pro-Tem Gurpal Samra

Council Member Jim Soria

Council Member Arturo Sicairos

Council Member David Mendoza


City Attorney Sanchez said there was no reportable action.


Mayor Rodrigo Espinoza requested that Item 13 be the first item of discussion.

13. Issuance of Permits to Sell Safe and Sane Fireworks.

Council Members Mendoza and Soria recused themselves from this item because of a conflict of interest due to each belonging to one of the organizations being considered.

Recreation Superintendent Benoit said the Council would be reviewing applications for the discretionary picks tonight. She placed a copy of the applications in the Council’s mail boxes last week for their review. She said the Council will be selecting two discretionary picks and once they are picked the rest will be put in a random lottery. The maximum picks will be five, one booth per 3,000 residents.

Superintendent Benoit advised the Council that the applicants have complied with the requirements for a non-profit organization.

Mayor Espinoza asked if a representative from each group was present. He said the reason he was asking was to see if anyone would like to share a booth.

Mayor Pro-Tem Samra asked Superintendent Benoit if only seven groups applied for the discretionary and lottery picks.

Superintendent Benoit replies yes.

Mayor Espinoza opened and closed citizen comments at 8:31 p.m.

Mayor Espinoza asked if anyone would like to share a booth.

Mayor Pro-Tem Samra asked Mayor Espinoza if he was going to do the discretionary draw first or do the drawing first then the discretionary.

Mayor Espinoza said he was going to do the discretionary first.

Mayor Pro-Tem Samra asked Mayor Espinoza if he wanted to reverse the order if they could reverse it.

Council Member Sicairos said he would like to put all seven groups in the drawing, but if they need to have two discretionary picks, he would like to make a recommendation if possible.

City Attorney Sanchez stated that the Ordinance allows the Council to decide to put everybody in the lottery and not do the two discretionary picks in case the Council was deciding to put everyone into the lottery.

Mayor Pro-Tem Samra suggested putting everyone in a random pick because all the groups do a great job in the community.

Mayor Espinoza made a motion to select two discretionary picks. He said he had promised the Livingston Youth Football to be put them in the discretionary pick for two years in memory of the late Michael Coronado and the other to be the Livingston 4th of July Committee. He said everyone benefits from the 4th of July Committee event.

Mayor Pro-Tem Samra made a motion to put all seven applications in the lottery pick.

Council Member Sicairos said the Council Members were in disagreement because he would pick Livingston Wrestling and Livingston Youth Football.

Mayor Espinoza advised Council Member Sicairos since there was no second to Mayor Pro-Tem Samra’s motion he could make a motion. He said to do one at a time.

Council Member Sicairos said to vote on Mayor Espinoza’s motion first because he had made the first motion.

Motion: M/S Espinoza/Sicairos to select Livingston Youth Football as a discretionary pick. The motion failed to carry by the following 2-1 roll call vote:

AYES: Council Members: Sicairos, Espinoza

NOES: Council Members: Samra

ABSENT: Council Members: Mendoza, Soria

{Note from TheGardeningSnail. I was at the meeting that night and from what I can remember, and what I have in my notes, Council Members Soria and Mendoza both Abstained from voting on this item…..and because they both Abstained, the above Passed by a 2-1 Vote of the Remaining Council Members. I’m checking on this.}

Council Member Sicairos made a motion to select Livingston Wrestling as a discretionary pick.

The motion died due to lack of a second.

Motion: M/S Samra/Sicairos to put all applicants in the lottery. The motion carried 3-0 by the following roll call vote:

AYES: Council Members: Sicairos, Samra, Espinoza

NOES: Council Members: None

ABSENT: Council Members: Mendoza, Soria

Julio Valadez, Insurance Agent for the Knights of Columbus asked City Attorney Sanchez if the Council was allowed two discretionary picks.

City Attorney Sanchez explained that the Council had the right to put all applications into a lottery pick if the Council could not make up their minds.

Mr. Valadez asked if both groups should be selected as discretionary picks or none of them be picked.

City Attorney Sanchez said the Council had the right to put one or both groups into the lottery.

Mayor Pro-Tem Samra asked Superintendent Benoit if she wanted someone neutral to draw from the lottery as there were two people from MCAG present that could assist.

The MCAG representatives conducted the lottery and the selection was as follows:

608486 – Livingston Wrestling

608484 – VFW

608485 – Livingston High School Quarter Back Club

608489 – Knights of Columbus

Alternate Committee

608488 – 4th of July Committee

608483 – Carlos Vieira Foundation


1. Presentation by Charlotte Dickson, MSW, Senior Policy Director, California Center for Public Health Advocacy – CA’s Sugar-Sweetened Beverages Safety Warning Bill – SB 1000 (Monning).

Ms. Charlotte Dickson, MSW, Senior Policy Director, California Center for Public Health Advocate gave a presentation on creating a healthier community by adding a warning label on the drinking beverages sweetened with sugar sweetened by adopting CA’s Sugar-Sweetened Beverages Safety Waning Bill – SB 1000.

Mayor Espinoza opened and closed public comments at 7:18 p.m.

2. Presentation by John Pedrozo, Merced County Supervisor, District 1 – Volunteer of the Year Award to Police Officer Richard Macchia and the Knights of Columbus.

Supervisor John Pedrozo awarded the Volunteer of the Year Award on behalf of Merced County and the Board of Supervisors to the Knights of Columbus for contributing their free time to the community.

Mr. Alex French, Grand Knight, Knights of Columbus, thanked Supervisor Pedrozo and Police Chief Ruben Chavez for recognizing the Knights of Columbus. He also recalled when Chief Chavez attended one of their meetings and said he wanted to get involved in the community.

Mr. Julio Valadez, Knights of Columbus, said Council Member David Mendoza and Odi Ortiz, Assistant City Manager/Finance Director are part of the Knights of Columbus. He also said that the Knights of Columbus donate to different organizations locally and all over the world.

Chief Chavez said the Knights of Columbus are involved in different activities such as the Kite Festival. He also said he traveled to Washington, DC and saw a monument that was donated to the United States Government by the Knights of Columbus about 100 years ago and sent a picture to Mr. Valadez. He explained how the organization has been around for a very long time doing a great job in the community.

Supervisor Pedrozo said Chief Chavez nominated School Resource Officer/Explorer Coordinator Richard Macchia because he volunteers his time to the community. He works with the Police Explorers with different activities. On behalf of Merced County and the Board of Supervisors, Supervisor Pedrozo awarded Mr. Macchia for volunteering his time.

Mr. Macchia thanked Supervisor Pedrozo for the award and said he volunteered his time for the kids. He said he had a great group of kids from the community and they work very hard and all the credit goes to them.

Chief Chavez elaborated on how Mr. Macchia expanded the Explorer Program and how he volunteers his time, volunteering over 900 hours and does not get paid. He also explained how Mr. Macchia built a radio box from scratch on his own time. Chief Chavez said Mr. Macchia represents what volunteerism is all about; he is a resource officer and an advisor. He said Mr. Macchia has built a website Policeone.com and thanked Mr. Macchia for his time.

Chief Chavez also acknowledged Francisco “Panchito” Perez from the Knights of Columbus for his volunteer time.

3. Presentation by Police Chief Ruben Chavez and Officer Richard Macchia – Recognition Service Award to former Explorer Noemi Ramirez.

Chief Chavez and Officer Macchia awarded former Police Explorer Noemi Ramirez for assisting Officer Macchia with the post.

Officer Macchia said Miss Ramirez took control and got involved with the Livingston Police Post. He explained that she used to be part of the Merced Police Department Explorer Program and had over 750 hours while working with the Livingston Explorer Program. Officer Macchia said she did an awesome job and faithfully served the Livingston Police Department as a volunteer until she left the post.

Miss Ramirez thanked Chief Chavez and Officer Macchia for her award and said she was pleased to be there.

4. Presentation by Police Chief Ruben Chavez – Recognition Service Award to Brenda Geary, Administrative Services Manager for 10 Years of Service to the Livingston Police Department.

Chief Chavez acknowledged a couple of important weeks, the 33rd National Dispatcher’s Appreciation Week and Animal Control Appreciation Week.

Chief Chavez said the dispatchers received over 15,000 calls for service and 3,000 911 calls over the past few years. He also noted that the Animal Control Officer educated the public on spaying/neutering and licensing and she works very hard in rescuing dogs and finding them a foster home. She also educated the public through citation warnings.

Chief Chavez presented a Recognition Service Award to Mrs. Brenda Geary, Administrative Services Manager for 10 years of service to the Livingston Police Department from August 23 2004 to April 25, 2014. He said she was responsible for different tasks within the Department and the Department runs smoothly with her assistance. Chief Chavez added that she would be greatly missed.

Mayor Espinoza thanked Mrs. Geary on behalf of the City Council for her years of service to the City of Livingston.

5. Introduction and swearing-in of new Livingston Police Reserve Officers Joe Cruz and LaRon Haley – Invocation by Police Chaplain David Niu – Swearing-in by Deputy City Clerk Odi Ortiz.

David Niu, Livingston Police Chaplain opened the swearing-in ceremony with a prayer.

Chief Chavez thanked Chief Lester Jenkins, Retired Lieutenant, Mr. Vernon Gladney from the Oakdale Police Department and Mr. Eldin Perkins, Retired Army and Air Force Exchange Service for their presence.

Chief Chavez read the Reserve Police Officers’ duties and obligations and gave a brief background on the Reserve Officers.

Odi Ortiz, Deputy City Clerk administered the Oath of Office to the new Reserve Officers.

Chief Chavez presented Officer Haley and Officer Cruz to the Council and the public.


Supervisor John Pedrozo Announcements and Reports.

Supervisor Pedrozo said he has been engaged in brown water issues in the County. Supervisor Walsh and he represent the County and they have met with MID and other organizations and have been in Sacramento regarding this issue.

Mayor Espinoza said he is on the MID Citizens Advisory Committee and the farmers and the cities need to work together regarding the brown water.

Supervisor Pedrozo said he had one meeting with MID and will continue with that dialogue. He also said he remembered the 1977 drought which was one of the worst and people need to start focusing on how to conserve water.

Mayor Espinoza said this is a year where they could work with MID and the cities on how to store water during a rainy year.

Supervisor Pedrozo said everything is connected to water and he remembers how his history teacher, Mr. Evans said water was going to be an important issue in the future.

City Manager Jose Ramirez said California is one of the states that does not regulate its ground water and this might be imposed soon. He said it’s important to work together as a group.

Supervisor Pedrozo said he is the representative for the Regional Council for World Counties (RCWC) and that all 34 counties believe they need to work together instead of the State coming in and telling them where they could or could not drill a well.

City Staff Announcements and Reports.

Chief Chavez said they his Department has $6,000 from a Chishca Homeland Security Grant to spend on a tablet computer for an electronic citation project they are working on and two mobile radios for the police cars.

Recreation Superintendent Jacquie Benoit attended a final meeting for the $10 swim lessons with schools in the Merced Union High School District. On April 23rd at 12:00 p.m. there will be a press conference with the media and the kids and they will explain how the program is going to work.

City Engineer Mario Gouveia reported on the sidewalk project which will be done by the end of the week. He also reported that Well 8 is on schedule and he has no issues with the project.

Mayor Espinoza asked City Engineer Gouveia if this was for the TCP filtration.

City Engineer Gouveia replied that it was and also for the well in front of Yamato Colony School.

City Engineer Gouveia said his firm did a back T on Well 9 and are waiting for the results. The sense operator is working fine and will be on line soon. Regarding Well 16, they have someone on site and are doing the ambient flow profile and some quality sampling tomorrow in a different stratum. They are anticipating that the well will be on line soon. City Engineer Gouveia added that they are starting a new downtown improvement project and starting the design of the project and determining if they can do the roundabout. They are working with MCAG and Caltrans.

City Manager Ramirez said the City was successful in obtaining a grant for the roundabout and the City is asking for the funds ahead of time because of the downtown revitalization. Staff would like to tie both projects together. He knows they need to go through an environmental and local assistance process.

City Engineer Gouveia said the local assistance process has already been initiated.

City Manager Announcements and Reports.

City Manager Ramirez said ERWIN has come out with some guidelines about the brown water and he will see if they could package Well 15 which has a secondary manganese MCL limit that needs to be worked on. He had several conversations with HCD and HOME Program staff to see if the City could get some funding to help the community for low flushing toilets and shower heads.

City Manager Ramirez added that the EPA requires cities every five years to do an Unregulated Contaminated Monitoring Rule. They broke it up into three fiscal years so they don’t have to pay for it all at once. They also gave the City a list of contaminants in the water and how to supply the information to EPA.

City Manager Ramirez commented that April 22nd will be the third workshop for proposed water rates at 6:00 p.m. in the City Council Chambers. The workshop will be in Punjabi. He also said the City has had two prior workshops, one in English and one in Spanish.

Mayor Espinoza stated that everyone is welcome to attend the workshop and residents have until May 20th to submit letters of protest to the proposed rate increase.

City Council Members’ Announcements and Reports.

Council Member Sicairos stated that he attended both the English and Spanish workshops and he encouraged the public to ask questions

Council Member Soria thanked Recreation Superintendent Benoit for a great turnout at the Baseball/Softball Opening Ceremony on Friday. He said City Staff members and the Police Chief were present. He also thanked all the parents for volunteering to coach.

Mayor’s Announcements and Reports.

Mayor Espinoza advised community residents that if they are having problems with brown water to let the water run and then call City Hall to have someone come out to flush the system.

City Manager Ramirez said the City has different types of pipes throughout town and two-thirds of the pipes have been addressed and the other third is being looked at in the hopes of finding some type of funding. The City Engineer came up with a map to divide the City into quadrants to make it easier for the Fire Department that is helping with the fire hydrant flushing program.

Mayor Espinoza said Caltrans will be installing a stop sign at the Sultana Drive/North off ramp.


6. Introduce and Waive the First Reading of Ordinance No.___ of the City Council of the City of Livingston Amending the Livingston Municipal Code Title 4, “Building Regulations,” to add Chapter 4-7 establishing a Regional Transportation Impact Fee (RTIF).

City Manager Ramirez stated that there is an error on the dollar amount of the Regional Transportation Impact Fee on page #2 of the Staff Report by a factor of ten and asked Assistant City Manager/Finance Director Ortiz to provide the correct amount.

City Manager Ramirez thanked Mr. Matt Fell from MCAG for catching the error.

Mr. Ortiz said the correct amount should be $9,870.60.

Mayor Espinoza commented that $398,000 was a lot of money

City Manager said the dollar amount was wrong and he wanted to make the correction.

City Attorney Sanchez said he had a correction on the actual Ordinance, page 5, Section 475 Applicability. He said the Ordinance was taken from the last packet that was presented in 2012.

He said if the Council chooses to move forward tonight and waive the first reading, the second reading would be May 6, 2014, and the effective date of the chapter would be July 5, 2014, not September 15, 2012.

Mr. Matt Fell gave a brief summary of the Regional Transportation Impact Fee and program that has been collecting fees since 2005.

Mayor Pro-Tem Samra asked Mr. Fell if the participating County and cities are participating in all three types of development, commercial, residential and industrial.

Mr. Fell said they are all participating and collecting, except Los Banos. Los Banos has not collected for commercial for about two years and will not be collecting for the next year. He said it’s up to the jurisdiction to collect

Mayor Pro-Tem Samra asked if the other cities are opting out of the program.

Mayor Espinoza said he serves on the MCAG Board and knows Livingston has not been participating in the program. He said Los Banos cancelled the commercial contract and they were giving them a hard time because of the overpass they are going to build. He also said Livingston needs to work together with the rest of the cities in the County.

Mayor Espinoza commented that Winton Parkway is very congested and with the Rancho San Miguel project coming in it will be more congested. He said that if the City doesn’t cooperate with the County they are not going to help us with different projects in the City.

Mayor Pro-Tem Samra said he used to be a MCAG representative and he has always said that Livingston needs to participate with the County.

Mayor Espinoza opened and closed public comments at 8:55 p.m.

Further discussion followed.

Motion: M/S Samra/Espinoza to waive the first reading of Ordinance No. 613 and change the date in Section 475 of the Ordinance to November 5, 2014. The motion carried 5-0 by the following roll call vote:

AYES: Council Members: Sicairos, Mendoza, Soria, Samra, Espinoza

NOES: Council Members: None

ABSENT: Council Members: None

City Attorney Sanchez clarified that the date of November 5, 2014, will be inserted on page 5, Section 475, Applicability of the Ordinance.


Mayor Espinoza opened Citizen Comments at 8:58 p.m.

Katherine Schell-Rodriguez, P.O. Box 163, Livingston, said she had a couple of things to address, one question followed by a statement.

· How is the Street Fair being run this year, is the City doing it or someone else?

· The City is being sued again. Notice in closed session item, California River Watch vs. the City of Livingston. She did some research on line and downloaded a copy of the document that was filed 03/26/14 and the letter that was sent that was dated 12/10/2013. A case that was a complaint for injunction relief for civil penalties, restitutions and remediation. The whole document was 13 pages. Basically, it is a citizen suing for relief under the Federal Safe Drinking Water Act.

· Read page 5 of the claim for relief on line 11. The City has violated and continues to violate the MCL which is the maximum contaminant level for Arsenic. For Well # 13 is evidenced by the list of reported violations that was provided by the California Department of Public Health.

· Line 15 – the violations of the City as alleged in this complaint are ongoing and will continue after the filing of this complaint.

· Line 22 – River Watch alleges that without the imposition of appropriate civil penalties and the issuance of appropriate equitable relief the City will continue to violate the Safe Drinking Water Act as well as Federal Standards with respect to the enumerated discharges and releases alleged ad hearing.

· Page 6 – which is the Relief Requested, line 9 – order the City to provide public notification by mail and through newspapers of general circulation within two days of receipt of laboratory report identifying violation of the MCL (Maximum Contaminate Level). To parents, guardians of children, pregnant women, the elderly and the infirmed among others at risk individuals. Order the City to fund a supplemental environmental project providing potable drinking to parents, guardians of children, pregnant women, the elderly and the infirmed, among others at risk individuals from arsenic and drinking water. Whose doctors provide a written request to the City, order the City to pay a civil penalty per violation per day for violation of Safe Drinking Water Act and order the City to pay River Watch reasonable attorney fees and cost, including expert witness fees, grant such other and further relief that and may be just improper.

City Manager Ramirez said City staff contracted with Between Friends out the Merced area and the Street Fair will start in May, 2014. The City is currently sending out flyers and some will be going out in the utility bills. Anyone who is interested in participating in the Street Fair can pick up an application at City Hall. If vendors are planning to sell food they need to comply with the County Health Department regulations. The Street Fair will be at the same location and might be expanded after the sidewalk is completed where the Court Theater used to be.

City Manager Ramirez said the City has contracted with an abatement person that deals with the pigeons.

Mr. Eldin Perkins, Retired from the Army and Air Force Exchange Service commented on how well the Council Members are doing their job. He is leaving to Kansas and will be back next fall, so keep up the good work.

Mayor Espinoza thanked Mr. Perkins for his service.

Mayor Espinoza closed Citizen Comments at 9:10 p.m.

City Attorney Sanchez said the City has to follow all orders from CDPH with Well 13 and is continuing to follow all orders and is not in violation of any compliance order given by CDPH.

City Manager Ramirez said he is going to focus on Well 13. He said the City received authorization from CDPH to operate Well 13 even though it is slightly over the MCL limit on the contamination level. He said the well is the last one they turn on and the first one they turn off so they could meet the systems’ daily demands.


7. Resolution No. 2014-18, Accepting Three Deeds of Easement from Livingston Pacific Associates.

8. Resolution No. 2014-19, Designating Certain Signatures for City Bank Accounts Including Investments Accounts with Various Financial Institutions.

9. Approval of Minutes of Meeting Held on March 18, 2014.

10. Approval of Minutes of Meeting Held on April 1, 2014.

11. Approval of Warrant Register Dated April 10, 2014.

Motion: M/S Samra/Sicairos to approve the Consent Calendar. The motion carried 5-0 by the following roll call vote:

AYES: Council Members: Sicairos, Mendoza, Soria, Samra, Espinoza

NOES: Council Members: None

ABSENT: Council Members: None


12. California Department of Parks and Recreation Grant – Scope of Work.

City Engineer Gouveia noted that in 2004, the City was awarded a Roberti-Z’Berg-Harris grant through the California Department of Parks and Recreation to restore the Court Theater. The restoration did not take place and the City ultimately used approximately $23,000 of the grant funds to demolish the structure.

City Staff met with Parks and Recreation Staff to discuss the possibility of revising the scope of work and pursuing a waiver for the City match portion of the funding. Parks and Recreation Staff were very receptive and encouraged the City to request a different scope of work to use the remaining $477,000 and to apply for a match waiver. City Staff was also advised that time is of the essence since the City will not be granted more extensions of the grant timeline which means that all construction activities and paperwork must be completed by March 31, 2015.

City Engineer Gouveia commented that in terms of the City match, this grant program requires a match of at least 3/7 of the State grant amount which amounts to $214,300 for a $500,000 grant. The City will request a full match waiver since the funds originally committed to the match by the City were primarily Redevelopment Agency funds that are no longer available. In the event that the State grants the City a partial waiver, the City will likely have to restructure the grant amount to fit within the City’s available match funds.

City Manager Ramirez said he met with the State and the City could do something within a year for recreational purposes and he recommends that the Council complete a project within a one year mark.

City Engineer Gouveia said City Staff met with the State and asked for a partial or full waiver. The State said the City qualifies for a full waiver and he proposes to prepare the application to ask for a full waiver.

City Manager Ramirez said the City is outlined as a disadvantaged community and City Staff asked for a full waiver and the State agreed and now the City is applying for a total waiver.

City Engineer Gouveia proposed that the money be utilized in building such as restrooms, a shade area, a playground and some trees at Joseph Gallo Park.

Mayor Espinoza said Joseph Gallo Park is widely used by the community.

City Manager Ramirez stated that Joseph Gallo Park is a combination of a park and a drainage basin.

Mayor Espinoza opened and closed public comments at 9:16 p.m.

Council Member Sicairos asked what if the City doesn’t get a waiver.

City Engineer Gouveia said if the City doesn’t receive a full waiver, but only a partial waiver the City will have to come up with some match in funds and the scope of the project will be adjusted to what the City can come up with.

Council Member Mendoza asked if the City could put in the playground at the Sports Complex.

City Manager Ramirez said it was up to the Council to decide what park they would like to improve, but only one park would be improved.

Mayor Pro-Tem Samra said Joseph Gallo Park does not have restrooms or anything type of playground.

Council Member Soria said they should build some bathrooms at Joseph Gallo Park.

Motion: M/S Soria/Sicairos to adopt Resolution 2014-20 approving the application for grant funds for the Roberti-Z’Berg-Harris Nonurbanized Area Need-Basis Program under the California Clean Water, Clean Air, Safe Neighborhood Parks and California Coastal Protection Act of 2002 for improvements to Joseph Gallo Park. The motion carried 5-0 by the following roll call vote:

AYES: Council Members: Sicairos, Mendoza, Soria, Samra, Espinoza

NOES: Council Members: None

ABSENT: Council Members: None


The meeting was adjourned by consensus at 9:21 p.m.


City Clerk of the City of Livingston

APPROVED: June 3, 2014


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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