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THE WOODLANDS TOWNSHIP

Board of Directors Meeting

REGULAR BOARD MEETING

June 23, 2021

MINUTES

THE STATE OF TEXAS   §

COUNTIES OF HARRIS & MONTGOMERY   §

             The Board of Directors of The Woodlands Township met in regular session, open to the public, on June 23, 2021, posted to begin at 6:00 p.m. The meeting was held in the Board Chambers at the office of The Woodlands Township, 2801 Technology Forest Boulevard, The Woodlands, Texas, within the boundaries of The Woodlands Township.

             
STANDARD ITEMS
             
   1. Invocation / Pledge of Allegiance;

Father Tom Rafferty, Pastor of St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church of The Woodlands, provided the invocation. Chairman Gordy Bunch then led the Pledge of Allegiance to the United States flag and the Texas State flag.
             
   2. Call meeting to order;

Chairman Gordy Bunch called the meeting to order at 6:05 p.m. and declared that notice of this meeting was posted 72 hours in advance inside the boundaries of The Woodlands Township at the office building located at 2801 Technology Forest Boulevard, The Woodlands, Texas, and posted online at www.thewoodlandstownship-tx.gov. The roll was then called of the duly elected members, with one member being absent.
Present: Chairman Gordy Bunch; Vice Chairman Bruce Rieser; Secretary Shelley Sekula-Gibbs; Treasurer John Anthony Brown; Director Bob Milner; Director Ann Snyder
Absent: Director Jason J. Nelson
Staff Present: Jeff Jones, Monique Sharp, John Powers, Karen Dempsey, Robin Cross, Todd Stephens, Nick Wolda, Palmer Buck
             
   3. Receive, consider and act upon adoption of the meeting agenda;

Note:
Consent Agenda Item 9d was pulled from the consent agenda and moved to the regular agenda.
             
  Motion by: Vice Chairman Bruce Rieser moved to adopt the agenda, as amended.
  Second by: Director Ann Snyder 

Passed: Chairman Gordy Bunch YES
Vice Chairman Bruce Rieser YES
Secretary Shelley Sekula-Gibbs YES
Treasurer John Anthony Brown YES
Director Bob Milner YES
Director Jason J. Nelson ABSENT
Director Ann Snyder YES
 
             
   4. Recognize public officials;

There were no public officials in attendance.
             
   5. Public comment;

The following individuals provided public comment:
  • Jennifer Laha - 100 Six Pines Drive, Apt. 425; Expressed support of e-bikes on the pathways.
  • Kent Maggert - Grogan's Mill resident; Shared information regarding franchise fees.
  • Maryann Braid - 50 Old Cedar Circle; Expressed opposition to e-bikes on the pathways.
  • CT Gooding - 10 Painted Cup, President of Bike the Woodlands Coalition; Expressed support of e-bikes on the pathways.
  • Deb Keller - 15770 Koenig Lane, Inter Woodlands FC; Expressed opposition of the Parks and Recreation field rentals/reservations guidelines.
  • Nancy Becker - Creekside Park Village Association President; Expressed opposition to e-bikes on the pathways.
             
   6. President/General Manager's Report;
a. Memorial Day wrap-up, and
Nick Wolda, Director of Community Relations, thanked Township staff for an outstanding job on the Memorial Day festivities. He then shared a short video recap of the day's entertainment.
b. 4th of July events
Mr. Wolda shared information regarding upcoming 4th of July events, included South County 4th of July Parade on Saturday, July 3; Red Hot & Pool on Sunday, July 4, and Red Hot & Blue Festival on Sunday, July 4.
             
   7. Receive, consider and act upon reports from Village Association representatives;

The following Village Association (VA) representatives presented a report:
  • Alden Bridge VA - President Maryann Braid provided an update regarding their June meeting. She shared information on the upcoming pool party and Fall Festival. Ms. Braid reported that their July meeting will be an in-person meeting.
  • Cochran's Crossing VA - Vice President Lori Riley provided an update on their June meeting and scholarship awards. She shared information regarding CCVA's participation in the 4th of July parade and their upcoming July meeting, as well as an update on Board positions, their upcoming pool party in August and Fall Festival in October. She then shared information relating to donations received that contribute to their education fund.
  • Creekside Park VA - President Nancy Becker shared information regarding their June meeting, which included an assessment of the Creekside Green/Kuykendahl intersection where a fatal auto/pedestrian accident recently occurred, as well as an update on golf carts in the village. She shared information regarding new homes, facilities and restaurants coming soon in the village. She also reported no issues with the pool fee change at Rob Fleming Recreation Center. Ms. Becker then reported that CsPVA will have a float in the upcoming 4th of July parade.
  • Grogan's Mill VA - John Hennigan thanked the Board for their hard work in the community.
  • Panther Creek VA - President Everett Ison thanked the Board for their support. He then shared information about their June meeting, which included a report on surface water and subsidence in the area and an update on scholarship awards and youth programs. Mr. Ison suggested that the Board not rush to an incorporation vote and shared his concerns regarding e-bikes on the pathways. Mr. Ison shared an update regarding Tachus issues and Entergy system upgrades in the area.
  • Sterling Ridge VA - President Tom Schwarzkopf shared an update regarding their recent fishing tournament and thanked Township staff for a great job cleaning up the area prior to the event. He then provided an update on SRVA's farmers market and June meeting. He thanked Directors Shelley Sekula-Gibbs and Ann Snyder for their participation at the village association meeting.
             
  Motion by: Director Ann Snyder moved to receive and file the Village Association reports.
  Second by: Secretary Shelley Sekula-Gibbs 




Passed: Chairman Gordy Bunch YES
Vice Chairman Bruce Rieser YES
Secretary Shelley Sekula-Gibbs YES
Treasurer John Anthony Brown YES
Director Bob Milner YES
Director Jason J. Nelson ABSENT
Director Ann Snyder YES
 
             
PROCLAMATIONS
             
   8. Receive, consider and act upon proclamations;
             
   a. Receive, consider and act upon a proclamation recognizing the South County Fourth of July Parade Committee; 

Secretary Shelley Sekula-Gibbs read the proclamation recognizing the South County Forth of July Parade Committee and then proclaimed Saturday, July 3, 2021, as The South County Fourth of July Parade Committee Day in The Woodlands.
             
CONSENT AGENDA
             
   9. Receive, consider and act upon the Consent Agenda;
(This agenda consists of non-controversial or "housekeeping" items required by law. One motion with modifications, if applicable, approves for action, all items contained within the Consent Agenda. Items may be moved from the Consent Agenda to the Regular Agenda by any Board Member making such request prior to a motion and vote.)

Note:
Consent Agenda Item #9d was moved to the Regular Agenda.
             
  Motion by: Vice Chairman Bruce Rieser moved to approve the Consent Agenda, as amended.
  Second by: Secretary Shelley Sekula-Gibbs 





Passed: Chairman Gordy Bunch YES
Vice Chairman Bruce Rieser YES
Secretary Shelley Sekula-Gibbs YES
Treasurer John Anthony Brown YES
Director Bob Milner YES
Director Jason J. Nelson ABSENT
Director Ann Snyder YES
 
             
   a. Receive, consider and act upon an electrical easement for the Lakes Edge Boat House (P-2021-0227);
             
   b. Receive, consider and act upon Resolution No. 013-21 regarding the Annual Report on Financial Information and Operating Data for the disclosure filing pertaining to Sales Tax and Hotel Occupancy Tax Refunding Bonds, Series 2019; Unlimited Tax Bonds, Series 2011; Unlimited Tax Bonds, Series 2012; and Unlimited Tax Refunding Bonds, Series 2019;
             
   c. Receive, consider and act upon the ratification of an Interlocal Agreement with Geotechnology Research Institute (GTRI)(C-2021-0224);
             
   d. Receive, consider and act upon the selection of a government relations consultant and authorize an agreement in connection therewith;

Note:  Consent Agenda Item # 9d was pulled from the Consent Agenda.  This item was heard immediately before Regular Agenda Item #10.

Intergovernmental Relations Manager Todd Stephens provided an overview of Township actions taken to date in pursuit of CARES Act funding and ARPA funding related to the COVID-19 pandemic relief, noting work with local, state and federal legislators. Mr. Stephens discussed communications with the U.S. Treasury Department and the draft guidelines published by Treasury related to the allocation of ARPA funds for Non-Entitlement Units of Government (NEUs). Mr. Stephens explained that, after reviewing options for pursuit of these funds, a recommendation was made to hire experts in government relations to assist the Township with Treasury, the White House, and State officials prior to the conclusion of the Treasury Department's public comment period. 

Board discussion followed.
 
             
  Motion by: Secretary Shelley Sekula-Gibbs moved to approve the engagement of Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck for government relations consulting services, authorize the President/General Manager to enter into an agreement, as approved to final form by the Township Attorney, and authorize a budget  amendment to fund expenditures from the Undesignated Fund Balance in connection therewith.
  Second by: Treasurer John Anthony Brown 



Passed: Chairman Gordy Bunch YES
Vice Chairman Bruce Rieser YES
Secretary Shelley Sekula-Gibbs YES
Treasurer John Anthony Brown YES
Director Bob Milner YES
Director Jason J. Nelson ABSENT
Director Ann Snyder YES
 
             
REGULAR AGENDA
             
   10. Receive, consider and act upon Incorporation Planning Study matters (as requested by Chairman Bunch); 

Karen Dempsey, Township Secretary/Assistant to the President, shared that the upcoming edition of the community magazine will contain more detailed information about the incorporation study.

Chairman Gordy Bunch then shared statistics regarding the incorporation study communications found on the Incorporation Study website.

Ms. Dempsey shared information on how to navigate the incorporation study website.

Chairman Bunch then shared that efforts are being made to assist the community in becoming more informed about the incorporation process and that the community magazine will begin to include more extensive incorporation information.  He then shared that the Township's incorporation study website is the only official Woodlands Incorporation study site. Chairman Bunch then shared information regarding the Township's attempts to learn information about franchise or access fees being collected by utility agencies. Board discussion followed.
             
  Motion by: Director Bob Milner moved to accept the report.
  Second by: Director Ann Snyder 


Passed: Chairman Gordy Bunch YES
Vice Chairman Bruce Rieser YES
Secretary Shelley Sekula-Gibbs YES
Treasurer John Anthony Brown YES
Director Bob Milner YES
Director Jason J. Nelson ABSENT
Director Ann Snyder YES
 
             
   11. Receive, consider and act upon the following in connection with the issuance of the Unlimited Tax Refunding Bonds, Series 2021 (the “Refunding Bonds”)(C-2021-0203):
  1. Approval of the Preliminary Official Statement and Official Notice of Sale and authorize distribution of the same;
  2. Authorize the Township’s financial advisor to advertise for the sale of the Refunding Bonds;
  3. Establish parameters for sale of the Refunding Bonds pursuant to Texas Government Code, Section 1207.007;
  4. Approval of an Order authorizing the issuance of the Refunding Bonds, including delegation of authority pursuant to Texas Government Code, Section 1207.007;
  5. Authorize the Township’s financial advisor to proceed with the preparation of a final Plan of Finance in connection with the Refunding Bonds;
  6. Approval and execution of a Paying Agent/Registrar Agreement by and between the Township and Bank of New York Mellon Trust Company, N.A. in connection with the Refunding Bonds;
  7. Approval and execution of an Escrow Agreement by and between the Township and Bank of New York Mellon Trust Company, N.A. in connection with the Refunding Bonds;
  8. Authorize completion and distribution of a Final Official Statement in connection with the Refunding Bonds;
  9. Authorize the payment of fees to the Attorney General of the State of Texas in connection with the Refunding Bonds;
  10. Authorize any other matters concerning the Refunding Bonds, including approval and execution of various documents for inclusion in the transcript of proceedings to be submitted to the Attorney General of the State of Texas;
  11. Authorize designated Township officer(s) or employee(s) to:
    1. Execute a Pricing Certificate relative to the Refunding Bonds;
    2. Authorize disbursement of proceeds relative to the Refunding Bonds;
    3. Authorize execution of closing documentation relative to the Refunding Bonds;
    4. Authorize execution and filing of an Internal Revenue Service reporting form relative to the Refunding Bonds;
    5. Authorize the Township’s disclosure counsel to file material events notices relative to the bonds to be refunded by the Refunding Bonds;
Monique Sharp, Assistant General Manager of Finance and Administration, shared that the Board of Directors approved refunding of Unlimited Tax Bonds originally issued in 2011 and 2012 and that this agenda item covers the documents required to complete the refunding of those bonds.

Drew Masterson, Masterson Advisors, LLC, shared the refunding process and timeline regarding the refunding of the 2011 and 2012 Unlimited Tax Bonds in the amount of $8.1 Million, which results in an approximate savings of 9% over the life of the refunded bonds.

Daniel Ringold, Schwartz, Page and Harding, shared information regarding the Resolution being considered for approval, which he suggested should include a parameter of sale not to exceed $8.5 million in order to cover all of the  Series 2011 and 2012 bonds economically feasible to refund, a minimum savings amount set at 5%, and a deadline to complete the refunding of August 31, 2021.

Board discussion followed.
             
  Motion by: Chairman Gordy Bunch moved to approve the Preliminary Official Statement and Official Notice of Sale and authorize distribution of the same; authorize the Township's financial advisor to advertise for the sale of the Refunding Bonds; approve parameters for sale of the Refunding Bonds pursuant to Texas Government Code, Section 1207.007, not to exceed $8.5 Million, with a minimum 5% savings, to be completed by August 31, 2021; approve Order No. 014-21, authorizing the issuance of the Refunding Bonds, including delegation of authority pursuant to Texas Government Code, Section 1207.007; authorize the Township's financial advisor to proceed with the preparation of a final Plan of Finance in connection with the Refunding Bonds; approve the Paying Agent/Registrar Agreement by and between the Township and Bank of New York Mellon Trust Company, N.A., in connection with the Refunding Bonds; approve the Escrow Agreement by and between the Township and Bank of New York Mellon Trust Company, N.A., in connection with the  Refunding Bonds; authorize the completion and distribution of a Final Official Statement in connection with the Refunding  Bonds; authorize the payment of fees to the Attorney General of the State of Texas in connection with the Refunding Bonds; authorize any other matters concerning the Refunding Bonds, including approval and execution of various documents for inclusion in the transcript of proceedings to be submitted to the Attorney General of the State of Texas; authorize the President/General Manager to: (a) execute a Pricing Certificate relative to the Refunding Bonds; (b) authorize the disbursement of proceeds relative to the Refunding Bonds; (c) authorize the execution of closing documentation relative to the Refunding Bonds; (d) authorize the execution and filing of an Internal Revenue Service reporting form relative to the Refunding Bonds; and (e) authorize the Township's disclosure counsel to file material events notices relative to the bonds to be refunded by the Refunding Bonds.
  Second by: Treasurer John Anthony Brown 


Passed: Chairman Gordy Bunch YES
Vice Chairman Bruce Rieser YES
Secretary Shelley Sekula-Gibbs YES
Treasurer John Anthony Brown YES
Director Bob Milner YES
Director Jason J. Nelson ABSENT
Director Ann Snyder YES
 
             
   12. Receive, consider and act upon the financial report;

Monique Sharp, Assistant General Manager of Finance and Administration, presented the financial report for the five months ended May 31, 2021. Ms. Sharp shared that the year-to-date budget for general fund revenue was $70.5 million, with actual revenues of $70.3 million, for an unfavorable variance of about $230,000. Ms. Sharp shared that this unfavorable variance occurred, in part, due to sales tax revenues and events and admissions tax refunds for events cancelled as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
 
Ms. Sharp shared that year-to-date operating expenditures were $39.3 million, with actual expenditures of $34.5 million, for a favorable variance of $4.8 million. She reported that the favorable variance is due primarily to various departments running favorable timing differences between when expenses are budgeted versus when they are being incurred.  
 
Ms. Sharp then shared the 2021 Sales & Use Tax Revenue report.  Year-to-Date 2020 collections totaled $25.4 million.  The year-to-date budget for 2021 was $25.9 Million, with actual collections at $26.5 million, which is $590,000, or 2.3%, above budget. Ms. Sharp shared that June collections showed a positive trend, compared to COVID-19 the previous year.
 
Next, Ms. Sharp shared the first five months of 2021 Hotel Occupancy Tax Revenue report. Collections in the first five months of 2021 totaled $1.8 million, which is 23% behind budget, representing a positive trend compared to last year.  
 
Ms. Sharp then shared that property tax revenues collected have remained the same for 2021 as for 2020, with 99% collected through the first five months of both years.  There has been no measurable impact to the Township on property tax collections due to the economic impacts of the pandemic.

Board discussion followed.
             
  Motion by: Director Bob Milner moved to accept the financial report for the five months ended May 31, 2021.
  Second by: Vice Chairman Bruce Rieser 


Passed: Chairman Gordy Bunch YES
Vice Chairman Bruce Rieser YES
Secretary Shelley Sekula-Gibbs YES
Treasurer John Anthony Brown YES
Director Bob Milner YES
Director Jason J. Nelson ABSENT
Director Ann Snyder YES
 
             
   13. Receive, consider and act upon a recommendation from the Audit Committee on the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report and the Single Audit Reports for the year ended December 31, 2020; 

Monique Sharp, Assistant General Manager of Finance and Administration, shared that the Audit Committee met with auditors last week where the committee received a clean opinion on the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report and the Single Audit Reports for the year ended December 31, 2020. Ms. Sharp shared that auditors did note one finding in terms of breaking out transfers between individual grants. 

Director Ann Snyder shared that the Audit Committee recommends the Township Board of Directors accept the Comprehensive Annual Financial Reports and the Single Audit Reports for the year ended December 31, 2020.  
             
  Motion by: Director Ann Snyder moved to accept the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report and the Single Audit Reports for the year ended December 31, 2020, as recommended by the Audit Committee.
  Second by: Vice Chairman Bruce Rieser 


Passed: Chairman Gordy Bunch YES
Vice Chairman Bruce Rieser YES
Secretary Shelley Sekula-Gibbs YES
Treasurer John Anthony Brown YES
Director Bob Milner YES
Director Jason J. Nelson ABSENT
Director Ann Snyder YES
 
             
   14. Receive, consider and act upon an update from the One Water Task Force; 

Vice Chairman Bruce Rieser shared that the San Jacinto River Authority (SJRA) expects to finalize all interlocal agreements necessary to complete the Spring Creek Reservoir Study by the end of next month and issue a Request for Proposals for an engineering firm to complete the study. Vice Chairman Rieser shared that the One Water website will launch soon as a one stop shop for all water issues. He shared that Woodlands Water is looking for partners to help defray the costs of the Bear Branch/Panther Branch drainage improvements approved by the Texas Water Development Board (TWBD) last month. Vice Chairman Rieser thanked Russ Poppe, who recently resigned from the Harris County Flood Control District, and his group, for their work in assisting the One Water Task Force in identifying funding sources and finding grant funds. He then shared that the Lone Star Groundwater Conservation District has agreed to fund a second stage subsidence study for the county.  He reported that public comment is open until mid-July for the proposed desired future conditions regarding the amount of groundwater pumping that the district would allow. Lastly, Vice Chairman Rieser shared that a ruling should be coming soon from the Beaumont Appeals Court on the rate case between the cities of Magnolia and Conroe against the SJRA.
             
  Motion by: Director Bob Milner moved to accept the report.
  Second by: Secretary Shelley Sekula-Gibbs 


Passed: Chairman Gordy Bunch YES
Vice Chairman Bruce Rieser YES
Secretary Shelley Sekula-Gibbs YES
Treasurer John Anthony Brown YES
Director Bob Milner YES
Director Jason J. Nelson ABSENT
Director Ann Snyder YES
 
             
   15. Receive, consider and act upon a nomination to fill a vacancy on the Harris County Appraisal District Board; 

Karen Dempsey, Township Secretary/Assistant to the President, shared that a notice was received of a vacancy on the Harris County Appraisal District Board, as Glenn Peters, the current representative for the Conservation and Reclamation Districts, has moved out of Harris County.  She shared that the nominee elected would fill the vacancy only through the balance of the current term, which ends December 31, 2021. Ms. Dempsey shared the timeline and process for filing the vacancy.  She reported that Bob Milner was nominated as a candidate by the Township Board of Directors in 2019. 

Board discussion followed.
             
  Motion by: Chairman Gordy Bunch moved to adopt Resolution No. 015-21, nominating Bob Milner as a candidate to serve on the Harris County Appraisal District Board.
  Second by: Secretary Shelley Sekula-Gibbs 



Passed: Chairman Gordy Bunch YES
Vice Chairman Bruce Rieser YES
Secretary Shelley Sekula-Gibbs YES
Treasurer John Anthony Brown YES
Director Bob Milner ABSTAIN
Director Jason J. Nelson ABSENT
Director Ann Snyder YES
 
             
   16. Receive, consider and act upon a proposal regarding e-bikes on the Township pathways;

Note:
No action was taken on this item as Secretary Shelley Sekula-Gibbs asked that this agenda item be tabled until the next meeting to allow residents additional time to respond.

Chris Nunes, Director of Parks and Recreation, shared background information regarding the Township's policy of no motorized vehicles on the Township pathways, as well as the design and intended use of the pathways. Dr. Nunes shared information about various types of e-bikes, electric/off-road kick scooters, toy vehicles, and golf carts/neighborhood electric vehicles. Dr. Nunes shared information about current legislative changes which effect electric bicycles. He then shared information about the public process necessary in order to change the current Township Order, should the Board decide to amend the Order to include e-bikes on the pathways.

Board discussion followed.
             
   17. Receive, consider and act upon the acquisition of the Platos Pappas Marina from Brazos Transit District (C-2021-0236);

Ruthanne Haut, Director of Transportation and Infrastructure, shared background information, sale process milestones, and potential future uses regarding the property where the Platos Pappas Marina is located.  Mrs. Haut then shared information on funding options available to purchase the marina.

Board discussion followed.
             
  Motion by: Vice Chairman Bruce Rieser moved to use Capital Reserve Funds to purchase the Platos Pappas Marina facility from Brazos Transit District, as presented herein, and authorize the President/General Manager, or his designee, to execute all necessary documents connected therewith.
  Second by: Director Ann Snyder 


Passed: Chairman Gordy Bunch YES
Vice Chairman Bruce Rieser YES
Secretary Shelley Sekula-Gibbs YES
Treasurer John Anthony Brown YES
Director Bob Milner YES
Director Jason J. Nelson ABSENT
Director Ann Snyder YES
 
             
   18. Receive, consider and act upon a marketing plan for the Best City to Live in America designation according to Niche.com;

Nick  Wolda, Director of Community Relations, shared that The Woodlands Township was recently designated the Best City to Live in America by Niche.com.  Mr. Wolda shared various marketing opportunities using this new designation to promote the Township, which included banners, Resident Toolkit webpage, advertising examples, social media posts, entry signs and utility pole banners.

Board discussion followed.
             
  Motion by: Secretary Shelley Sekula-Gibbs moved to accept the marketing plan to highlight The Woodlands #1 Best City to Live ranking by Niche.com.
  Second by: Director Ann Snyder 



Passed: Chairman Gordy Bunch YES
Vice Chairman Bruce Rieser YES
Secretary Shelley Sekula-Gibbs YES
Treasurer John Anthony Brown YES
Director Bob Milner YES
Director Jason J. Nelson ABSENT
Director Ann Snyder YES
 
             
CLOSED MEETING (if applicable)
             
   19. Recess to Executive Session to discuss matters relating to real property pursuant to §551.072, Texas Government Code; deliberation of economic development negotiations pursuant to §551.087, Texas Government Code; discuss personnel matters pursuant to §551.074, Texas Government Code; discuss IT network or critical infrastructure security pursuant to §551.089, Texas Government Code; and to consult with The Woodlands Township’s attorney pursuant to §551.071, Texas Government Code;

Chairman Bunch shared that it would not be necessary to recess to executive session.
             
   20. Reconvene in public session;

It was not necessary to reconvene in public session.
             
DISCUSS FUTURE AGENDA /ANNOUNCEMENTS
             
   21. Consideration of items to be placed on the agenda for next month's meeting;

There were no items requested to be placed on next month's agenda.
             
   22. Board announcements; and

Director Ann Snyder congratulated Monique Sharp and her staff for the excellent work and reported that the auditors had nothing but highest praise for the work that they do.

Director Ann Snyder shared that Nancy Becker would like Howard Hughes Corporation to be involved with the Kuykendahl Road analysis discussed earlier in the meeting. Vice Chairman Bruce Rieser shared that any changes regarding that intersection would need to be approved by Commissioner Cagle.

Secretary Shelley Sekula-Gibbs shared that the COVID-19 Call Center for Montgomery County will close on June 30.
             
   23. Adjournment.
             
  Motion by: Director Ann Snyder moved to adjourn the Board meeting at 8:52 p.m.
  Second by: Treasurer John Anthony Brown 

Passed: Chairman Gordy Bunch YES
Vice Chairman Bruce Rieser YES
Secretary Shelley Sekula-Gibbs YES
Treasurer John Anthony Brown YES
Director Bob Milner YES
Director Jason J. Nelson ABSENT
Director Ann Snyder YES
 
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Shelley Sekula-Gibbs
Secretary, Board of Directors

    

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