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SPECIAL MEETING OF THE
OF THE CITY OF EL MIRAGE
EL MIRAGE ELEMENTARY
13500 N. El Mirage Rd.
5:30 P.M, Thursday, September 29, 2005
CALL TO ORDER
the meeting to order at 5:35p.m. He wanted to let everyone know that two of our
Fireman were burned fighting a recent fire. Scott Bjornstad a Yuma Police
Officer was shot. He is our City Engineer/Operations Director Chris Young’s son and that is why Chris is not here tonight.
There was no flag again so the Mayor continued to lead the public in a Moment of Silence.
Present were: Mayor Fred Waterman, Vice Mayor
Michele Kern, Councilmembers Xavier G. Bedolla, Roy Delgado, Rick Monzon, Tensi
Reed, City Manager BJ Cornwall, Attorney Fredda Bisman, Acting Fire Chief Tom Christmas, City Clerk Edith Hoover
Absent was Lt. Bill Seltzer.
Excused was City Engineer/Operations Director Chris
A. Consideration and action approving Resolution
R05-09-24 declaring and adopting the results of the Special Election held September 13, 2005.
Clerk Edith Hoover explained that after every election, a Resolution adopting
the results must be done.
Mayor Kern made a motion to approve; seconded by Councilor Delgado.
Bedolla, Delgado, Kern, Monzon, Reed, Waterman
B. Consideration and action approving a Highway-Rail
Signal Interface Agreement with BNSF Railway Company.
Manager BJ Cornwall explained that this agreement is to provide a
pre-emption system at the intersection of Dysart & Thunderbird. We have
been working diligently to correction the issues with that intersection. This
agreement allows BNSF to install the system so when a train comes it will put
the gates down and turn the signals red. This is a temporary improvement. The
City of Surprise is helping pay for this temporary and the permanent
C. Consideration and action approving an Intergovernmental
Agreement with the Maricopa County for Detective Service with a term of
November 1, 2005 through June 30, 2007.
Councilor Delgado made a motion to adjourn at 6:42 p.m.; seconded
by Councilor Monzon.