Members of the council are Bill Boyd, Lynn Delph, Julie Schuld, and Juan Avila. Mayor is Duane Thul. With Avila absent Wednesday the council:

  • AWARD: Katie Anderson of the Oregon State Library Board presented an "Outstanding Ready to Read Program" award to city librarian Kathleen Schmidtgall.

  • HODAKA DAYS: Greg Floren and Bob Whitman, representing Hodaka Days, presented the city with a flag in appreciation of the city's support of the annual Hodaka Days. The flag is a replica of the original shoulder patch worn by riders in the first Hodaka Days four years ago. The Trail Ride 2012 will be run June 22.

  • POLICE REPORT: Learned the police department had 206 calls in January. Activity was up, but cases are down, according to the police department liaison.

  • DOG LICENSES: Learned dog licenses will be free in March, with proof of current rabies vaccine. Licenses are available at City Hall.

  • CITIZEN REVIEW: Received a copy of a report compiled by the Citizen Review Committee. Committee members Lori Mills, Clyde Reynolds, Mike Dowd and Greg Phillips interviewed city employees and council members. Purpose of the survey and report is to identify strengths and weaknesses in city operations.

  • CONFERENCE: Approved attendance at a conference in Portland by assistant city recorder Debi Russell. Unanimous.

  • EASTER EGG HUNT: Approved giving a $400 donation for the Easter egg hunt. Unanimous.


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