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,(5(4 00\)1/4 't CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING <br /> t Apr �'I MINUTES <br /> O February 19, 2019 <br /> ORFGO\ <br /> 1. CALL TO ORDER <br /> Mayor Studebaker called the regular City Council meeting to order at 3:08 p.m. on <br /> February 19, 2019 in the City Council Chambers, 380 A Avenue. <br /> 2. ROLL CALL <br /> Present: Mayor Kent Studebaker, Theresa Kohlhoff, Jackie Manz, Skip O'Neill, John <br /> LaMotte, Daniel Nguyen, John Wendland <br /> Staff Present: Scott Lazenby, City Manager; David Powell, City Attorney; Anne-Marie <br /> Simpson, City Recorder; Scot Siegel, Planning and Building Services <br /> Director; Megan Phelan, Assistant City Manager; Ivan Anderholm, Parks <br /> and Recreation Director; Shawn Cross, Finance Director. <br /> Others Present: Rob Heape, Planning Commission Chair; Bill Ward, Planning <br /> Commission; Vickie Hansen, Planning Commission; Michael Murray, Hunger Fighters. <br /> 3. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE <br /> Mayor Studebaker led the Council in the Pledge of Allegiance. <br /> 4. JOINT MEETING WITH THE PLANNING COMMISSION <br /> Report and Attachment <br /> Planning Commission Chair Heape requested Council input on the Planning Commission's <br /> 2019 goals, which he reviewed with Council comments as follows: <br /> Goal 1 — Seek City Council direction on Community Development Code (CDC) incentives for <br /> affordable housing. The Planning Commission had identified density bonuses for consideration <br /> as possible incentives for multi-family affordable housing. Staff provided the Commission with <br /> the information along with other CDC amendments that could expand the range of allowable <br /> housing types consistent with the Comprehensive Plan and the City Council's Affordable <br /> Housing goal. Mayor Studebaker stated the outcome of House Bill 2001 could affect the <br /> Council's actions locally, and putting a protective measure in place should be considered should <br /> that bill pass. Councilor LaMotte expressed the need to make a stand on the issue, whether <br /> that be the Council with the Planning Commission or the Development Review Commission <br /> (DRC). Planning Commission Vice Chair Ward agreed with Councilor LaMotte about the need to <br /> mount significant opposition to HB 2001 as it was a terrible idea to blanket the State of Oregon <br /> City Council Regular Meeting Minutes <br /> February 19, 2019 Page 1 of 18 <br />