01_JAN03.MINUTES

PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION

REGULAR MEETING

January 3, 2001

 

MEMBERS PRESENT:

Mr. Michael M. OHara, Chairman

Ms. Ginna L. Sanders, First Vice-Chairman.

Ms. Paula J. Dardin, Member.

Mr. Preciliano J. Martín, Member.

Mr. Robert J. Jaramillo, Ex-Officio Member.

MEMBERS ABSENT:

Mr. Daniel Schwebke, Second Vice-Chairman.

STAFF PRESENT:

Ms. Sharon L. Few, City Planner.

Mr. J. Gregory Garcia, Recording Secretary.

OTHERS PRESENT:

Ms. Sherry De Barr; Mr. Dale W. Cole, Church of Christ; Mr. Doug Moore; Mr. Danny Carter; and other unidentified persons.

                 

1. CALL TO ORDER. Chairman O’Hara called the regularly scheduled January 3, 2001, meeting to order at approximately 1:30 p.m. Chairman O’Hara noted that a total of six (6) items were to be considered, two (2) under Public Hearing. Recommendations to the City Commission are to be made by the Planning and Zoning Commission for approval or denial of the requests. The City Commission will consider these requests at its meeting of January 23, 2001, to render final decisions.

2. APPROVAL OF AGENDA. Commissioner Dardin made a motion "TO APPROVE THE AGENDA, AS WRITTEN". Seconded by Commissioner Martin. All voted "AYE", passing the motion by a vote of 4-0-0.

3. MINUTES OF DECEMBER 6TH REGULAR MEETING, AND DECEMBER 3RD INSPECTION TOUR, 2000. Commissioner Sanders made a motion "TO APPROVE THE MINUTES, AS WRITTEN". Seconded by Commissioner Dardin. All voted "AYE", approving the motion by a vote of 4-0-0.

4. PUBLIC HEARING.

A. CASE: V-00-0436(A). PETITIONER: Sherry De Barr, owner. REQUEST: Approval of a variance of five feet (5') from Section 29-03-020, of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Alamogordo, New Mexico, governing front setbacks; which, if approved, would allow an existing carport to be enclosed as a bedroom with a resulting front setback of twenty feet (20'), rather than the twenty-five foot (25') setback required by Code. TOTAL AREA: ± 6,256 square feet. LOCATION: 405 San Andres Street. CURRENT LEGAL: Lot 30, Sierra Addition. CURRENT ZONE: District "A" (Single Family Dwelling).

Ms. Few reported that Sherry De Barr owns Lot 30, Sierra Addition. She plans to have the carport enclosed and converted into a bedroom for her mother. The property, 405 San Andres, is zoned "A" (Single Family Dwelling) District. The 1971 Master Plan designates this property to be developed as low density residential. A front yard at least twenty-five feet (25') is required. The carport is approximately twenty feet (20') from the front property line. Therefore a variance of five feet (5=) has been requested. A variance to dimensional regulations may be granted where: (1) such action will not be materially detrimental to the public interest; and (2) such action, will not grant a discriminatory benefit to the land owner and/or harm neighboring properties; and (3) such action, owing to conditions peculiar to the property or the neighborhood and not the result of actions or the situation of the applicant, a literal enforcement of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Alamogordo, New Mexico, and not in conflict with any other adopted code, would result in practical difficulties or unnecessary hardship. No justification of hardship, beyond the control of the applicant, accompanied the application to support the requested variance. Pursuant to Section 29-01-070(c), of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Alamogordo, New Mexico, notice of the time and place of the public hearing was advertised December 17, 2000, in the Alamogordo Daily News, and thirty-three (33) notices were mailed to property owners within the 200 foot legal protest area on December 15, 2000. Staff recommends approval of the five foot (5') front setback variance, as the conversion of the carport will not additionally impact the property.

Ms. Sherry De Barr was available to speak for the petition. Ms. De Barr stated that her medical conditions have forced her to move back in with her mother. The house does not allow enough space to add another room, so the enclosure of the carport will be used for the new room. Commissioner Sanders made a motion "TO RECOMMEND APPROVAL OF THE VARIANCE OF FIVE FEET." Commissioner Dardin seconded the motion. All voted "AYE," passing the motion by a vote of 4-0-0.

 

B. CASE: Z-00-0601(A). PETITIONER: DM2, LLC., and Big D Enterprises, owners. REQUEST: Approval of an ordinance to amend the official zoning map of the City of Alamogordo and change the zoning to District "E" (Light Industrial), which, if approved, would unify the property under one (1) zoning district classification and allow the property to continue to be used for *. TOTAL AREA: ± 1.539 acres. LOCATION: 1229 Oregon Avenue. CURRENT LEGAL: Two tracts of land in Lot 6, Block 229, and Lots 2A and 3A, Replat A, Block 229, Alamogordo, Otero County, New Mexico, all described by metes and bounds as follows: Beginning at the Northeast corner of said Lot 6 and going South 00 degrees 00 minutes 03 seconds West along the East line of said Lot 6 a distance of 203.20 feet; thence North 89 degrees 59 minutes 57 seconds West a distance of 256.21 feet; thence North 00 degrees 00 minutes 03 seconds East a distance of 28.20 feet; thence North 89 degrees 59 minutes 57 seconds West a distance of 85.41 feet; thence North 00 degrees 00 minutes 03 seconds East a distance of 175.00 feet; thence South 89 degrees 59 minutes 57 seconds East a distance of 341.62 feet to the said place of beginning. CURRENT ZONE: District "A" (Single Family Dwelling) and District "D" (Business).

Ms. Few reported that DM2 and Big D Enterprises, LLC, own part of Block 229, Alamo Blocks. The proposed rezoning will unify the property under one (1) zoning district classification and allow the property to continue to be used for a construction/plumbing yard with related activities. The property is zoned "A" (Single Family Dwelling) and "D" (Business) District. The property is currently used for the offices of a plumbing contractor, the construction yard, and associated ancillary uses. The uses are classified as "pre-existing non-conforming" within zones "A" and "D". Several businesses exist in the area, both on Oregon and Cuba Avenues. Another construction yard, also on Oregon Avenue, exists next to and south of this property as a "pre-existing non-conforming use". Other uses in the area include churches, medical offices, apartments, an automotive radiator shop, utility company office, and other retail establishments. Rezoning the property, as requested, to "E" will create "spot" zoning between "A", "D-2", and "D" districts and will open the property to a wide range of allowed uses. Although rezoning to the lesser classification of "D" will not create a "spot" zone, but it will not allow the current use of the property. Should rezoning of the property be approved, it should only be with conditions limiting the business activities to the current use(s). The 1971 Master Plan designates this property to be developed as commercial and high density residential. The proposed rezoning will not conform to the Master Plan and will create a spot (island) of light industrial zoning. As previously noted, land uses adjacent to or abutting subject property appear to be a mixture of types. The City Attorney noted that New Mexico appellate courts, while not deciding whether spot zoning is always illegal, have enumerated two factors to weigh in deciding if illegal spot zoning has occurred. Those factors include: a) if the use fails to comply with the comprehensive plan, and b) if the use is inconsistent with the surrounding area, grants a discriminatory benefit to the land owner, and/or harms neighboring properties or the community welfare. In this instance, the proposed use does not comply with the comprehensive plan; the Commission must determine whether the second set of factors is present. Pursuant to Section 29-01-020, of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Alamogordo, New Mexico, notice of the time and place of the public hearing was advertised on December 17, 2000, in the Alamogordo Daily News, and twenty (20) notices were mailed to property owners within the 200 foot legal protest area on December 15, 2000. Staff received one (1) protest that was provided in the yellow addendum for the Commission meeting. The protest was from the Church of Christ on Cuba Avenue It constitutes eighteen point six percent (18.6%) protest within the 200-foot legal protest area. The applicants have received packets and been advised that the protest was submitted. The letter signed by Dale W. Cole, on behalf of the elders of the church, stated that the elders of the church noted a danger that the already congested situation in the area would be aggravated by increased industrial activity. The businesses on subject property provide almost no off-street parking and there is limited curbside parking for employees. There has been a history of parking on the church’s parking lot of employees, clients, and even large trucks and equipment, which may damage the parking surfaces. Noise, already a problem, may become more disruptive and such rezoning would have the effect of negating the rights of legal action incase of further abuses and would degrade the character of the neighborhood. Staff recommends approval of the rezoning to District "E", as the uses are currently existing as "legal non-conforming" and no additional impact will occur on the neighborhood, approval of the rezoning to District "E" (Light Industrial) with the condition that the use be limited to only a construction/plumbing office and yard with related activities, is supported.

Mr. Doug Moore was available to speak for the petition of the rezoning. Mr. Moore stated that the rezoning would allow facilitation for more off-street parking for the employees. They are taking a large tract of land that is owned by DM2 and Big D Enterprises, LLC, dividing it in half for two separate businesses so that they can fence the two separate compounds and also provide additional parking for employees and customers. Because the curbside parking is limited, there has been a history of parking on the church’s parking lot which may have incurred some abuse because of trucks turning around there. Mr. Moore stated that this rezoning is an effort to eliminate that practice with the fences and boundaries put in place. He went on to say that the business would not be used for anything more that what it has been used for since 1953. In fact, the compound predates the zoning in the area, and by an omission of past owners the zoning has been neglected to be changed to the actual use. Mr. Moore also stated that he is aware of the church across the street and a school down the street, but has no intention of expanding any of the business enterprise. Basically the area will be used as a yard for storage for equipment and materials. Mr. Dale Cole was available to speak against the petition. On behalf of the elders, Mr. Cole stated that the church doesn’t object to what the owners have been doing with the property. However, they do object to the downgrading to the zoning in the neighborhood. Mr. Cole stated that the rezoning would cause concern for the property value. The main concern is not the current property owners, but what may happen in the future. He went on to say that he didn’t think the business had any need for down-zoning when they are permitted to use the property for what they have been using it for and the church never had any objection to that. Mr. Cole stated that he has been active in real estate for nearly fifty years, and in many different states has never seen a property improved by down-zoning except for the people who wanted to develop it for something else. Chairman O’Hara commented that the staff recommendation pretty-much takes care of the church’s concerns because there would be a condition on the rezoning that it could only be used for what it is being used for now. The rezoning to "E" will be limited to construction/plumbing office and yard with related activities will bring the business into compliance with the current zoning. Mr. Cole asked if the business allowed to use the yard now, what is the purpose of the zoning? Ms. Few answered that the replat for the property will be financed by First National Bank. It is the bank’s request that the property be rezoned for compliance as a condition for financing. Mr. Cole stated again that the finances of the church would be affected by the rezoning because the church may decide in the future to sell and build elsewhere and the property value would hurt them financially. Commissioner Martin asked if the change in zoning from "A" to "E" would indeed lower the church property value. Ms. Few stated that with the advise of appraisers in the area, properties are appraised not only for the existing use, but the potential use as well. The existing use here would not change from what it is now, and the existing use would be limited by the zoning. Therefore, the property value should not be affected. Mr. Cole stated that he familiar with appraising and the concept that would be used is the highest and best use. The highest and best use for the church would be as a church building for another religious group or for multiple family dwelling, which would require a rezoning. Ms. Few stated that the "E" Zoning is needed because of the yards and the welding that takes place and other outside activities. Mr. Cole stated that if there would be arc welding that takes place on the Western part of the property would interfere with the radio aspect of the church’s public address system that takes place. Commissioner Sanders asked if the radio activity was only on Wednesday evening or Sunday. Mr. Cole stated that they are not restricted to a particular day of the week, and that they have regular radio broadcast activities that go on there. Mr. Moore came up to speak again for the petition. Mr. Moore stated that the outside welding that takes place is very minimal. However, if any of the welding interferes with the church functions or PA system, they would more than happy to suspend those activities during those times. Mr. Moore stated that the use would not change and the business would comply with any requests the church may have in an effort to make a better situation for the employees and the clients, as well as the neighboring offices. He also stated that the majority of the welding is done indoors. Ex-Officio Jaramillo asked if the off-street parking would include a paved parking lot. Mr. Moore answered that with the removal of a building on the property, the intention is to gravel the front part of that faces Oregon Avenue. However, there is a grading problem there that could cause some flooding problems. Company vehicles being parked in the compound would create more room on the street and facilitate traffic during busy times of the day. Commissioner Dardin made a motion "TO RECOMMEND APPROVAL OF THE REZONING TO DISTRICT "E" (LIGHT INDUSTRIAL) WITH THE CONDITION THAT THE USE BE LIMITED TO ONLY A CONSTRUCTION/PLUMBING OFFICE AND YARD WITH RELATED ACTIVITIES." Commissioner Sanders seconded the motion. All voted "AYE", passing the motion with a vote of 4-0-0.

C. CLOSE PUBLIC HEARING. Chairman O’Hara declared the public hearing closed.

 

5. SUBDIVISIONS.

A. CASE: S-00-0696(A). PETITIONER: DM2, LLC and Big D Enterprises, LLC, owners, by Klad Zimmerle, R.L.S., agent. REQUEST: Approval of the final plat of ALAMO BLOCKS, BLOCK 229, REPLAT B, SUBDIVISION, for two (2) lots; with variances on the construction and installation of alleys, on the dedication of public land, and from Section 22-01-140(b)(1) relating to drainage plans; with all utilities, paved streets and public access; located within the City of Alamogordo. TOTAL AREA: ± 1.539 acres. LOCATION: 1229 Oregon Avenue. CURRENT LEGAL: Two tracts of land in Lot 6, Block 229, and Lots 2A and 3A, Replat A, Block 229, Alamogordo, Otero County, New Mexico, all described by metes and bounds as follows: Beginning at the Northeast corner of said Lot 6 and going South 00 degrees 00 minutes 03 seconds West along the East line of said Lot 6 a distance of 203.20 feet; thence North 89 degrees 59 minutes 57 seconds West a distance of 256.21 feet; thence North 00 degrees 00 minutes 03 seconds East a distance of 28.20 feet; thence North 89 degrees 59 minutes 57 seconds West a distance of 85.41 feet; thence North 00 degrees 00 minutes 03 seconds East a distance of 175.00 feet; thence South 89 degrees 59 minutes 57 seconds East a distance of 341.62 feet to the said place of beginning. CURRENT ZONE: District "A" (Single Family Dwelling) and District "D" (Business).

Ms. Few stated DM2, LLC, and Big D Enterprises owns land in Block 229, Alamo Blocks, within the City of Alamogordo. Approval of the final plat of ALAMO BLOCKS, BLOCK 229, REPLAT B SUBDIVISION for 1.538 acres has been requested. Subject subdivision is for the re-configuration of the property into two (2) lots. The property is zoned "A" (Single Family Dwelling) District and is a pre-existing non-conforming use. Rezoning of the land is being considered under Case Z-00-0601(A). The 1971 Master Plan designates this property to be developed as commercial and high density residential. Through alleys, having a width of twenty feet (20'), are required in each block. Variances to this requirement have been approved by the Alamogordo City Commission for other subdivisions in the area. Addresses for each lot are required on the plat. Addresses for each lot have been provided to the consulting engineer under separate cover and are required on the plat prior to filing. A drainage report sealed by a professional engineer, registered in the State of New Mexico, which shall include calculations for existing (pre-developed) and developed conditions. Drainage facilities shall be designed for the 50 year, 24 hour storm event under developed conditions and evaluated for failure and/or property damage during the 100 year, 24 hour storm event. On-site ponding is permitted on lots over ten thousand square feet (10,000 sf) in size and the drainage area is confined to subject lot. If on-lot ponding is technically infeasible, drainage or ponding in a common retention/detention pond may be permitted. Design calculations shall be in accordance with the appropriate USDA/SCS method. As the property is basically developed and the subdivision is for the purpose of re-aligning lot lines, approval of a variance form the drainage report requirements seems appropriate and is supported for the subdivision. Any additional construction on the property will require the submittal of a drainage report with the application for a City building permit. Public land, at a maximum of five percent (5%) of the total area of the subdivision, exclusive of streets and alleys, is required to be dedicated to the City of Alamogordo No land is included on the plat for public land dedication to the City of Alamogordo. Only 3,349.8 square feet of dedication would be required for this subdivision. Therefore, approval of a variance to the public land dedication requirement is supported. Staff recommends: approval of the final plat of ALAMO BLOCKS, BLOCK 229, REPLAT B SUBDIVISION with the requested variances (on alleys, on public land dedication, and on the drainage report requirements).

Mr. Doug Moore was available to speak for the request. No one was present to speak against the request. Commissioner Sanders made a motion "TO RECOMMEND APPROVAL OF THE FINAL PLAT OF ALAMO BLOCKS, BLOCK 229, REPLAT B SUBDIVISION WITH THE REQUESTED VARIANCES." Commissioner Dardin seconded the motion. All voted "AYE," passing the motion by a vote of 4-0-0.

 

6. MISCELLANEOUS.

A. CASE: A-00-0053(A). PETITIONER: City of Alamogordo, a New Mexico Municipal Corporation, owner. REQUEST: Approval of an ordinance consenting to the annexation of a tract of land in Section 32, T16S, R10E, NMPM, contiguous to the boundaries of the City of Alamogordo. TOTAL AREA: ± 2.066 acres. LOCATION: 1712 Ocotillo Drive. CURRENT LEGAL: Lot 1, Lands of Malone Subdivision. CURRENT ZONE: District "A" (Single Family Dwelling) upon annexation.

Ms. Few reported that The City of Alamogordo owns 2.066 acres in Section 32, T16S, R10E, NMPM, Otero County, New Mexico, known as the Lower Ocotillo Reservoir. A petition, together with the required plat, has been submitted requesting annexation of the property into the corporate limits of the City of Alamogordo. The property, 1712 Ocotillo Drive, is currently unzoned, as there is no zoning outside the City limits. Pursuant to Section 2-07-040 and Section 29-01-030 of the Code of Ordinance of the City of Alamogordo, New Mexico, all territory is zoned District "A" (Single Family Dwelling District) upon annexation. Therefore, development of the acreage will be limited to one (1) single family dwelling unit per lot (or another use allowed in District "A") until platting of the property and/or rezoning are approved by the City Commission. The 1971 Master Plan designates this property to be developed as low density residential. The property is located inside the City’s utility extension and annexation area. Staff recommends approval of the requested annexation for Case A-00-0053(A), with the understanding that annexation of the property does not guarantee either the approval of any development plan or the availability of water and/or sewer services for such development.

Nobody was available to speak for the request. Commissioner Sanders made a motion "TO RECOMMEND APPROVAL OF THE ANNEXATION FOR CASE A-00-0053(A)." Commissioner Sanders seconded the motion. All voted "AYE", passing the motion by a vote of 4-0-0.

 

B. CASE: A-00-0054(A). PETITIONER: City of Alamogordo, a New Mexico Municipal Corporation, owner. REQUEST: Approval of an ordinance consenting to the annexation of a tract of land in Section 21, T16S, R10E, NMPM, contiguous to the boundaries of the City of Alamogordo. TOTAL AREA: ± 0.918 acre. LOCATION: 3221 Thunder Road. CURRENT LEGAL: A tract of land in the Northeast quarter of the Northeast quarter of Section 21, T16S, R10E, NMPM, Otero County, New Mexico, described by metes and bounds as follows: Beginning at the Northeast corner of Section 21, T16S, R10E, NMPM, thence South 00 degrees 00 minutes 30 seconds East a distance of 200.00 feet; thence North 89 degrees 50 minutes West a distance of 200.00 feet; thence North 00 degrees 30 minutes West a distance of 200.00 feet; thence South 89 degrees 50 minutes East a distance of 200.00 feet; to the place of beginning. CURRENT ZONE: District "A" (Single Family Dwelling) upon annexation.

Ms. Few reported that The City of Alamogordo owns 0.918 acres in Section 21, T16S, R10E, NMPM, Otero County, New Mexico, known as the Lower Heights Reservoir. A petition, together with the required plat, has been submitted requesting annexation of the property into the corporate limits of the City of Alamogordo. The property, 3221 Thunder Road, is currently unzoned, as there is no zoning outside the City limits. Pursuant to Section 2-07-040 and Section 29-01-030 of the Code of Ordinance of the City of Alamogordo, New Mexico, all territory is zoned District "A" (Single Family Dwelling District) upon annexation. Therefore, development of the acreage will be limited to one (1) single family dwelling unit per lot (or another use allowed in District "A") until platting of the property and/or rezoning are approved by the City Commission. The 1971 Master Plan designates this property to be developed as low density residential. The property is located inside the City’s utility extension and annexation area. Staff recommends approval of the requested annexation for Case A-00-0054(A), with the understanding that annexation of the property does not guarantee either the approval of any development plan or the availability of water and/or sewer services for such development.

Nobody was available to speak for the petition. Commissioner Sanders made a motion "TO RECOMMEND APPROVAL OF THE REQUESTED ANNEXATION FOR CASE A-00-0054(A)." Commissioner Dardin seconded the motion. All voted "AYE", passing the motion by a vote of 4-0-0.

C. CASE: M-00-0290(A). PETITIONER: City of Alamogordo, applicant. REQUEST: Approval of Resolution 2001-01 to establish "Reasonable Notice of Meetings" for the Alamogordo Planning and Zoning Commission for the year 2001.

Ms Few reported that In accordance with New Mexico Statutes, the official notice for public meetings is required to be considered at least annually by the Alamogordo Planning and Zoning Commission.

Approval of the accompanying resolution is needed to fulfill the requirements of Statutes establishing reasonable notice of meetings and the manner for giving notice of any meeting of the Alamogordo Planning and Zoning Commission. A meeting is considered to be any gathering of a quorum of the voting members of the Commission where business of the Planning and Zoning Commission may be discussed or considered. The notification requirements in the resolution follow both City Ordinances and State Statutes, as follows:

REGULAR MEETING Five (5) days,

SPECIAL MEETING Twenty-four (24) hours, and

EMERGENCY MEETING Three (3) hours.

Staff recommends approval of Resolution 2001-01 determining reasonable notice of meetings for the Alamogordo Planning and Zoning Commission during the year 2001.

Commissioner Sanders made a motion "TO RECOMMEND APPROVAL OF RESOLUTION 2001-01 DETERMINING REASONABLE NOTICE OF MEETINGS FOR THE ALAMOGORDO PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION DURING THE YEAR 2001." Commissioner Dardin seconded the motion. All voted "AYE", passing the motion by a vote of 4-0-0.

7. REPORTS.

A. City Planner.

(1) February Agenda – Ms. Few reported that there is only one item so far for the February agenda. Deadline for adding items is January 8, 2001.

(2) Annual Report to the City Commission. Ms. Few reported that a copy was provided in the packet and a revised packet was provided on the podium. Unless there are corrections, changes, etc., staff recommends approval.

Commissioner Sanders made a motion "TO RECOMMEND APPROVAL OF THE REPORT." Commissioner Dardin seconded the motion. All voted "AYE", passing the motion by a vote of 4-0-0.

(3.) NMSU-A/GCRMC Fitness Trail. Ms. Few reported that NMSU-A and GCRMC are proposing a fitness trail to be located between the Tay’s Special Events enter and the Hospital complex. The map shows the basic location for the trail. Letters of approval are being garnered from various organizations in town. The trail will possibly gain funding from the Energy, Minerals, and Natural Resources Department of the State of New Mexico, under their 2001 recreational trails program application. GCRMC, NMSU-A, The City of Alamogordo, and the utility companies have all given permission for the use the various properties to make the trail. It will be four feet (4’) in width and have protected shelters at various points along the trail. There will be markers a ¼ mile intervals to determine distance traveled. There will be various points of entry to the trail, either from Scenic Drive, Medical Drive, Tay’s Special Events Center, and possibly from Cornell Avenue. Native Plant Society is planning to assist with the identification of plantings for viewing along the trail. The trail will be open to the general public at no charge.

Commissioner Sanders made a motion "TO RECOMMEND ENDORSEMENT OF THE FITNESS TRAIL APPLICATION BY THE CITY OF ALAMOGORDO." Commissioner Dardin seconded the motion. All voted "AYE" passing the motion by a vote of 4-0-0.

(4.) Expiration of Terms. Ms. Few reported that the commissioners whose terms are expiring have graciously accepted reappointment.

(5.) Election of Officers - To Be Scheduled. Ms. Few stated that we would be looking for someone to fill Mr. O’Hara’s slot on the Commission.

(6.) Presentation. Ms. Few presented a certificate of appreciation by The City of Alamogordo for outstanding service to and representation on the Alamogordo Planing and Zoning Commission.

B. CHAIRMAN – Chairman O’Hara shared his appreciation for the Planning and Zoning Commission and stated that serving as the Chairman has been a pleasure.

C. COMMISSION - None.

8. PERSONS TO BE HEARD - None.

9. ADJOURNMENT - There being no further business to come before the Commission, Chairman Sanders made a motion "TO ADJOURN". Seconded by Commissioner Dardin. All voted "AYE", passing the motion by a vote of 4-0-0. The meeting adjourned at approximately 2:20 p.m.

 

Approved: February 7, 2001

Ginna L. Sanders, First Vice-Chairman

 

ATTEST:

J. Gregory Garcia, Recording Secretary