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CITY OF LAKEVILLE <br />CITY COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES <br />July 15, 2019 <br />Mayor Anderson called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers at City <br />Hall. After a moment of silence, the Pledge of Allegiance to the flag was given. <br />Members Present: Mayor Anderson, Council Members Volk, Wheeler and Lee <br />Absent: Council Member Hellier <br />Staff Present: Justin Miller, City Administrator; Andrea McDowell Poehler, City Attorney; <br />Jeff Long, Police Chief, Paul Oehme, Public Works Director; David Olson, Community & <br />Economic Development Director; John Hennen, Parks & Recreation Director; Charlene <br />Friedges, City Clerk <br />3. Citizen Comments: A resident who lives at 16125 Huron Path expressed concerns about <br />damage to streets in residential neighborhoods caused by garbage trucks. Mr. Miller <br />explained the ordinance, recently adopted by the City Council, that creates service areas <br />and reduces garbage haulers from being in neighborhoods from five days per week to two <br />days per week. The ordinance takes effect February of 2020. <br />4. Additional Agenda Information: Mr. Miller stated Chief Meyer is unable to attend <br />tonight's meeting and will present the Fire Department mid -year report at a later date. <br />5. Presentations/Introductions: <br />Liquor Director Brenda Visnovec presented, on behalf of Lakeville Liquors customers, a <br />donation in the amount of $24,093 to 360 Communities and The Open -Door Pantry. The <br />funds were raised during the Lakeville Liquors annual food drive held earlier this year. Ms. <br />Visnovec then presented the Liquor Department mid -year report. <br />The City Council proclaimed Tuesday, August 6, 2019 National Night Out in Lakeville. <br />6. Consent Agenda <br />Motion was made by Volk, seconded by Wheeler, to approve the following: <br />a. Minutes of the July 1, 2019 City Council meeting <br />b. Minutes of the June 24, 2019 City Council work session <br />c. Standard Service Agreement with Dakota Pet Hospital <br />d. Resolution No. 19-76 accepting donation from Mary Wooldrik to the Police Department <br />e. First Amendment to Site Lease Agreement with Clear Wireless LLC <br />