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CITY OF LAKEVILLE <br />CITY COUNCIL WORK SESSION MINUTES <br />February 25, 2019 <br />1. Council Member Hellier called the meeting to order at 6:15 p.m. in the Lake Marion Conference <br />Room. <br />Members present: Mayor Anderson (via telephone), Council Members Hellier, Lee, Volk, and <br />Wheeler <br />Members absent: None <br />Staff present: Justin Miller, City Administrator; Allyn Kuennen, Assistant City Administrator; <br />Zach Johnson, City Engineer; Jeff Long, Police Chief; John Kornmann, Deputy Police Chief; <br />Tamara Wallace, Deputy Clerk <br />2. Citizen Comments: <br />There were no citizen comments. <br />3. Transportation Update: <br />Mr. Johnson provided a transportation update which included the following construction <br />projects: Country Road 50 roundabout, various improvements to Aronson Park, installation of a <br />traffic signal at Cedar Avenue & County Road 50, upcoming neighborhood meetings for <br />Hamburg Avenue, the 2019 Street Reconstruction project, Dodd Boulevard & Glacier Way, Dodd <br />Boulevard & Flagstaff Avenue roundabout, Miscellaneous roadway reports and overlays, County <br />Road 46 street resurfacing, a Dodd Boulevard & 179' Street corridor study, and the Kenrick <br />Avenue extension alignment study. <br />4. Review of Appreciation Dinner Script <br />Ms. Wallace provided the Council with a copy of the script for the upcoming Advisory <br />Appreciation Dinner to be held on Thursday, February 28 at the Lakeville Area Arts Center. <br />5. Body Cam Policy Process <br />The City was recently awarded a federal grant for the implementation of police body worn <br />cameras, that will match up to $1,500 per camera (including peripherals). The grant requires <br />establishing a formal policy and obtaining feedback from community stakeholders. Following <br />research and review of other neighboring communities, Deputy Chief Kornmann presented a <br />preliminary policy drafted by staff which will be presented to local focus groups and stakeholders <br />to gain feedback and input. Staff has reached out to several organizations to include churches, <br />the school district, Lakeville Public Safety Committee, the Chamber of Commerce Ambassador <br />
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