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Office of the City Clerk
November 15, 2000

At 6:00 p.m., in the Council Chamber,
City Council had a Work Session on the
Woodrow Wilson Bridge Urban Deck and
the Redevelopment of Jones Point Park.



Regular Meeting
Tuesday, November 14, 2000 - - 7:30 p.m.


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OPENING

1. Calling the Roll.

The Meeting was called to Order by Mayor Donley, and the City Clerk called the Roll; all Members of City Council were present.
Council Action:_________________________________________________________

The Invocation was pronounced by Father Dennis W. Kleinmann, Senior Parochial Vicar, Saint Mary's Catholic Church.
2. Invocation. By:___________________________________________________

3. Reading and Acting Upon the Minutes of the Following Meetings of City Council:

(a) The Public Hearing Meeting of October 14, 2000; and

(b) The Regular Meeting of October 24, 2000.

City Council approved the Minutes for (a) the Public Hearing Meeting of October 14, 2000; and (b) the Regular Meeting of October 24, 2000, as submitted.
Council Action:_________________________________________________________

4. Report of the City Clerk.

City Council received the report of the City Clerk.
Council Action:_________________________________________________________

5. Presentation of Proclamation Declaring Saturday, November 18, 2000, as Alexandria Family Volunteer Day in the City of Alexandria.

City Council endorsed the proclamation.
Council Action:_________________________________________________________





OPENING (continued)

6. Presentation of Proclamation Declaring Wednesday, November 15, 2000, as City of Alexandria Recycles Day.

City Council endorsed the proclamation.
Council Action:_________________________________________________________

REPORTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE CITY MANAGER

CONSENT CALENDAR (7-11) (14-20)

Without Objection, City Council removed docket item nos. 9, 10, 14, 16 and 17 from the Consent Calendar and considered them under separate motions.

7. Receipt of the Following Resignations from Boards, Commissions and Committees:

(a) Alexandria Ad Hoc Carlyle/Patent and Trademark Office
Livability Task Force
David S. Harre

(b) Alexandria Board of Architectural Review - Parker-Gray District
William S. Moncure, Jr.

(c) Alexandria Capital Development Office Task Force
Jean Wilson

(d) Alexandria Community Services Board
Linda A. Turpin

(e) Alexandria Park and Recreation Commission
Allison Swindell

8. Uncontested Appointments to Boards, Commissions and Committees:

(a) Alexandria Ad Hoc Preschool Task Force
1 Representative of a Civic Association

(b) Alexandria-Gyumri Sister City Committee
1 Citizen Member

(c) Alexandria Budget and Fiscal Affairs Advisory Committee
1 Member Designated by the Alexandria Chamber of Commerce

(d) Alexandria Commission on Aging
2 Citizen Members (Must be 60 Years of Age or Older)

(e) Alexandria Commission on HIV/AIDS
1 Member From and Representing the Alexandria Commission for Women

(f) Alexandria Community Services Board
2 Citizen Members



REPORTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE CITY MANAGER (continued)

CONSENT CALENDAR (continued)

(g) Alexandria Early Childhood Commission
1 Member of the Alexandria Social Services Advisory Board

(h) Alexandria Environmental Policy Commission
1 Member From the Field of Engineering

(i) Alexandria George Washington Birthday Celebration Committee
1 Member Nominated by the Alexandria Federation of Civic Associations

(j) Historic Alexandria Resources Commission
1 Representative From the Carlyle House

1 Representative From Christ Church

(k) Alexandria Human Rights Commission
1 Representative From the Alexandria Commission for Women

(l) Alexandria Youth Policy Commission
1 School Board Member

1 Citizen Who is 18 Years of Age or Younger

9. Consideration of Public Access Automatic External Defibrillator Grant Application.

10. Consideration of Request to Expand the Membership of the Woodrow Wilson Bridge Neighborhood Task Force.

11. Consideration of Submission of a Grant Application to the American Association of Museums for Funding for a Museum Assessment of the Alexandria Black History Resource Center.

END OF CONSENT CALENDAR

City Council approved the consent calendar as presented with the exception of docket item nos. 9, 10, 14, 16 and 17 which were considered under separate motions. The City Manager's recommendations are as follows:

7. City Council received the following resignations with regret: (a) David S. Harre from the Alexandria Ad Hoc Carlyle/Patent and Trademark Office Livability Task Force; (b) William S. Moncure, Jr. from the Alexandria Board of Architectural Review-Parker-Gray District; (c) Jean Wilson from the Alexandria Capital Development Office Task Force; (d) Linda S. Turpin from the Alexandria Community Services Board; and (e) Allison Swindell from the Alexandria Park and Recreation Commission; requested the Executive Secretary for Boards and Commissions to send the appropriate letters of appreciation and to advertise the vacancies in the usual manner.





REPORTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE CITY MANAGER (continued)

CONSENT CALENDAR (continued)

8. City Council (a) appointed Ann Ridenhour as a Representative of a Civic Association to the Alexandria Ad Hoc Preschool Task Force; (b) appointed Nancy Turner as a Citizen Member to the Alexandria-Gyumri Sister City Committee; (c) reappointed Eileen Taylor as a Member Designated by the Alexandria Chamber of Commerce to the Alexandria Budget and Fiscal Affairs Advisory Committee; (d) reappointed John Curran and appointed Geraldine Doon as Citizen Members (Must be 60 Years of Age or Older) to the Alexandria Commission on Aging; (e) appointed Jenny Wade as a Member From and Representing the Alexandria Commission for Women to the Alexandria Commission on HIV/AIDS; (f) appointed Mary Riley and Holly Schumann as Citizen Members to the Alexandria Community Services Board; (g) appointed Lori Cole as a Member of the Alexandria Social Services Advisory Board to the Alexandria Early Childhood Commission; (h) appointed Michele Coulaloglou as a Member From the Field of Engineering to the Alexandria Environmental Policy Commission; (i) reappointed Bonnie Fairbank as a Member Nominated by the Alexandria Federation of Civic Associations to the Alexandria George Washington Birthday Celebration Committee; (j) appointed Carole Smith as a Representative From the Carlyle House, and Patricia Sheridan as a Representative From Christ Church to the Historic Alexandria Resources Commission; (k) appointed Jenny Wade as a Representative From the Alexandria Commission for Women to the Alexandria Human Rights Commission; and (l) appointed Sally Ann Baynard as a School Board Member, and Meghan Shapiro as a Citizen Who is 18 Years of Age or Younger to the Alexandria Youth Policy Commission.

9. Councilman Euille noted that he had requested that the City seek grant funds to enable the City to purchase external defibrillators and to make them available throughout the City at various public facilities. He suggested that perhaps through the efforts of businesses and citizens that the City could receive some donations of these devices that would enhance the saving of lives of our citizens. Councilman Euille thanked staff and Fire Chief Hawkins for a job well done.

City Council authorized submission of the grant application. (Separate Motion)

10. Mayor Donley noted that Vice Mayor Cleveland and Councilman Euille will be Council's appointees to this Task Force.

City Council repealed Resolution No. 1976 and adopted the proposed resolution which expands the membership of the Woodrow Wilson Bridge Neighborhood Task Force by adding three positions for representatives from civic associations impacted by the Bridge construction (overall Task Force membership will increase from seven to ten). (Separate Motion) RES. NO. 1982

11. City Council authorized the City Manager to: (1) approve the submission of the grant application to the American Association of Museums in the amount of $1,775 for consultant services to work with staff to evaluate mission, attendance and outside funding. No new positions will be created with these grant funds; and (2) execute all documents that may be required.

It was noted that the grant application was due on November 1, 2000. Due to the constrained time line for grant submission, staff submitted the grant application contingent upon City Council approval at its November 14 legislative session.


REPORTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE CITY MANAGER (continued)

CONSENT CALENDAR (continued)

14. City Council introduced and passed the Ordinance on its First Reading; set it for Public Hearing, Second Reading and Final Passage on Saturday, November 18, 2000. (Separate Motion)

15. City Council introduced and passed the Ordinance on its First Reading; set it for Public Hearing, Second Reading and Final Passage on Saturday, November 18, 2000.

16. City Council introduced and passed the Ordinance on its First Reading; set it for Public Hearing, Second Reading and Final Passage on Saturday, November 18, 2000. (Separate Motion)

17. City Council introduced and passed the Ordinance on its First Reading, as amended; set it for Public Hearing, Second Reading and Final Passage on Saturday, November 18, 2000. (A copy of the amendment is on file in the City Clerk's Office. (Separate Motion)

18. City Council introduced and passed the Ordinance on its First Reading; set it for Public Hearing, Second Reading and Final Passage on Saturday, November 18, 2000.

19. City Council received the Viewers' Report.

20. City Council introduced and passed the Ordinance on its First Reading; set it for Public Hearing, Second Reading and Final Passage on Saturday, November 18, 2000.

END OF CONSENT CALENDAR
Council Action:_________________________________________________________

REPORTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE CITY MANAGER (continued)

12. Consideration of a Change in the Docking Operations Plan to Add a Commercial Boat Slip at the City Marina.

After considerable discussion, Mayor Donley explained that the intent of the motion is to split the berth into two slips; that the Manager is requested to bring back a license agreement under the original RFP for LA Yachts; and that the City issue a second RFP for the operation of the seventh slip as recommended by the City Manager in the docket memorandum. The maker and seconder agreed with the Mayor's explanation.

Councilman Speck requested the City Manager to have the second RFP expedited as soon as possible because these boats are used in the winter.

Julie Crenshaw requested a public hearing on this action. There was not a sentiment of Council to schedule this for public hearing. It was suggested to those who are interested in speaking to this item to do so during the public discussion period on Saturday.



REPORTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE CITY MANAGER (continued)

City Council approved an amendment to the docking operations plan to add a seventh commercial boat slip at the City Marina. The additional commercial boat slip will be located at the landing in front of the Chart House and next to slip #5. Currently, the City Marina has six slips for commercial use. This action would increase the total number of permanent commercial slips from six to seven, as reflected in the diagram attached to the City Manager's memorandum. The City Manager was requested to bring back a license agreement under the original RFP for LA Yachts and to issue a second RFP for the operation of the seventh slip.
Council Action:_________________________________________________________

13. Receipt of Report and Resolution Authorizing the Acquisition of Alexandria Union Station by the City of Alexandria and Setting the Resolution for Public Hearing on Saturday, November 18.

Members of Council, Assistant City Manager Jinks and City Manager Sunderland participated in the discussion on this item.

Councilwoman Eberwein suggested that ACVA request permission to place tourist information and maps at the train station.

It was the sentiment of Council that ACVA expand the RFP to include the exploration and review of other sites.

Assistant City Manager Jinks noted that this will change the nature of the work and the cost, but clearly, they could look at other sites.

City Council set for public hearing on Tuesday, November 28, instead of Saturday, November 18, the resolution which: (a) approves the acquisition of the Union Station property, (b) approves, in substantially final form, the contract for the acquisition, and (c) authorizes the City Manager to execute the contract and any additional documents that are necessary to complete the transaction, and that Council adopt the resolution at the conclusion of the public hearing.
Council Action:_________________________________________________________

REPORTS OF BOARDS, COMMISSIONS AND COMMITTEES

None

ORAL PRESENTATIONS BY MEMBERS OF CITY COUNCIL

(a) Mayor Donley thanked the Electoral Board and staff for conducting a fine election in Alexandria. They accommodated one of the highest voting percentages in the City's history with over a 75% turnout.

(b) Councilwoman Pepper spoke to a public work session on relocation for those persons who live at Hunting Towers and Hunting Terrace. She commended Kay Management on its proposal to cooperate with the relocation of displaced tenants at both Hunting Towers and Hunting Terrace.

Mayor Donley spoke to the relocation process.



ORAL PRESENTATIONS BY THE MEMBERS OF CITY COUNCIL (continued)

(c) Councilwoman Pepper congratulated Charles Barrett Elementary School and Douglas MacArthur Elementary School on being fully accredited from the Virginia Department of Education.

(d) Councilwoman Eberwein requested that staff take advantage of Fannie Mae funding for affordable housing.

(e) Councilwoman Eberwein noted that at the retreat one of the items talked about was activities for youth. Suggestions were computer labs for wordprocessing, PTAs of Alexandria seeking volunteers and putting some of these facilities at recreation centers. She indicated she has been contacted by Ralph Thompson from the Community Foundation of Alexandria who is discussing the same sort of thing for after-school use. She asked that these different groups get in touch with the facilities committee of the School Board to discuss joint use of facilities. She reported that a tremendous amount of money has been spent on wiring our schools and creating computer labs.

Vice Mayor Cleveland noted that there are some recreation centers that have computer labs.

(f) With respect to the naming of facilities in the City, Councilwoman Eberwein indicated that she will be working with the City Manager and coming forth with a proposal that Council have advance notice of the structures, roads or facilities that the City Council naming committee has on its agenda and when they would actually meet to discuss how to name those facilities. She expressed should Council Members feel that it is a facility that is of such importance to the community that Council may want public input. She explained that she worked to develop a public process while serving on the School Board. She would be happy to see if Council could modify that or use it as it is for this Council. It had some very specific criteria, and it allowed for people to get the public involved in the naming of major facilities.

(g) Councilman Speck reported that he, members of City staff and members of Amtrak staff and others met at Union Station to discuss some coordinated uses. One of the items which they did was walk through the underpass which is in a deteriorated state. He indicated that this is at a point where there is a level of urgency where liability on someone's part needs to be thought through very carefully.

City Manager Sunderland communicated that staff is pursuing a new contact to accomplish what needs to be done. If staff is unsuccessful, he suggested that it be taken to a different political level.

Councilman Euille suggested stopping the letter writing and either go down to the corporate headquarters to speak to the CEO, or, as the City Manager suggested, take it to the next level which is political.

(h) Councilman Speck reported on the recent walking tour of Mount Vernon Avenue.

Members of City Council and City Manager Sunderland participated in the discussion.





ORAL PRESENTATIONS BY THE MEMBERS OF CITY COUNCIL (continued)

(i) Councilman Euille asked the City Manager to report back to City Council with respect to the Freedmen's Cemetery issue.

City Manager Sunderland reported that he will report back when more information is available about the dollars to be available due to a reduction in the size of the urban deck.

(j) Councilman Euille noted there have been several water main breaks in the City. He requested a work session with the Virginia American Water Company to discuss needs, plans and what its 3-4-5 year plan of action is.
Council Action:_________________________________________________________

ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS

CONSENT CALENDAR (14-20)

14. Introduction and First Reading. Consideration. Passage on First Reading of an Ordinance to amend Section 2-4-100 and Section 2-4-101 of the City Code to conform the composition and responsibility of the Alexandria Community Criminal Justice Board to recent changes in state law.

15. Introduction and First Reading. Consideration. Passage on First Reading of an Ordinance to amend Section 3-2-186, and add a new Section 3-2-187, to the City Code to conform the requirement for disclosure to the Director of Real Estate Assessments of income and expense statements for certain types of commercial property, and to conform the Director’s authority to make a supplemental assessment on real property which is improved during the tax year, to recent changes in state law.

16. Introduction and First Reading. Consideration. Passage on First Reading of an Ordinance to amend the Zoning Map adopted by Section 1-300 and Section 10-102 of the Zoning Ordinance to expand the boundaries of the Old and Historic Alexandria District along North Washington Street, North Saint Asaph Street and North Columbus Street.

17. Introduction and First Reading. Consideration. Passage on First Reading of an Ordinance to amend Section 10-105A)(3) of the Zoning Ordinance to revise the standards for approval of a certificate of appropriateness along Washington Street.

18. Introduction and First Reading. Consideration. Passage on First Reading of an Ordinance to approve an encroachment into the public right-of-way for a window at 1203 King Street.

19. VACATION #2000-0006
101 UHLER TERRACE
Receipt of Viewers' Report for a request for vacation of a portion of a public right-of-way; zoned R-8/Residential. (#6 10/14/00)





ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS (continued)

CONSENT CALENDAR (continued)

20. Introduction and First Reading. Consideration. Passage on First Reading of an Ordinance to approve the vacation of a portion of the public right-of-way at 101 Uhler Terrace.

END OF CONSENT CALENDAR

City Council introduced and passed the Ordinances on their First Reading; set them for Public Hearing, Second Reading and Final Passage on Saturday, November 18, 2000.
Council Action:_________________________________________________________

ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS (continued)

21. Consideration of a Resolution Providing Local Governing Body Approval of Approximately $7 Million in ARHA Multifamily Housing Bond Financing for the New Brookside (Formerly Portals West) Apartments in Alexandria. [ROLL-CALL VOTE]

City Council: (1) adopted the resolution approving the Alexandria Redevelopment and Housing Authority (ARHA) issuance of up to $7 million in ARHA multifamily bond financing to Vanguard Group for New Brookside Apartments, a rental complex in Alexandria; and (2) authorized the Clerk of the Council to complete the proposed Certificate of Resolution. RES. NO. 1983
Council Action:_________________________________________________________

22. Resolution Authorizing Participation in Statewide Mutual Aid for Emergency Management. [ROLL-CALL VOTE]

City Council: (1) adopted the resolution authorizing the City of Alexandria to participate in Statewide Mutual Aid for Emergency Management; and (2) authorized the City Manager to execute the Statewide Mutual Aid Event Agreement (Form SMA-2) whenever assistance is requested or provided. RES. NO. 1984
Council Action:_________________________________________________________

OTHER

23. Consideration of City Council Schedule.

City Council: (1) scheduled a work session with the Traffic and Parking Board at 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, December 12 in the Council Workroom to discuss the traffic issues discussed at Council's Retreat including the processing of requests for stop signs and other traffic control devices in light of the ongoing discussions of City traffic policies and programs; and (2) added to the Council Calendar the following events: Saturday, December 16, dedication of the Wiley F. Mitchell, Jr. Pavilion at the lunch break on Saturday, December 16, during Council's regular public hearing meeting; and VML Legislative Day, the annual Legislative Day sponsored by the Virginia Municipal League and the Virginia Association of Counties on Thursday, February 1, at the Richmond Marriott Hotel. The work session with the Capital Development Office Task Force has been changed from Tuesday, January 9, to during the lunch on Saturday, January 13.
Council Action:_________________________________________________________

CONTESTED APPOINTMENTS

24. City of Alexandria Woodrow Wilson Bridge Neighborhood Task Force
5 Representatives From Civic Associations Impacted by the Woodrow Wilson Bridge (three positions to be authorized by City Council during the November 14 meeting)


City Council appointed Harold Arata from the Old Town/Hunting Creek Civic Association; Lillie Finklea from the Southwest Quadrant Civic Association; Teresa Miller from the Yates Gardens Civic Association; David Olinger from the Old Town Civic Association; and Yvonne Weight from the Old Town Civic Association to the City of Alexandria Woodrow Wilson Bridge Neighborhood Task Force.
Council Action:________________________________________________________

25. Alexandria Commission on Aging
2 Citizen Members

City Council reappointed Susan Dawson and appointed David Horne as Citizen Members to the Alexandria Commission on Aging.
Council Action:_________________________________________________________

26. Alexandria Commission on Employment

1 Representative From Such Organizations as Educational Agencies, Organized Labor, Rehabilitation Agencies, Community-based Organizations, Economic Development Agencies, and the Public Employment Service

City Council waived the residency requirement and appointed Joseph Smith as a Representative from Such Organizations as Educational Agencies, Organized Labor, Rehabilitation Agencies, Community-based Organizations, Economic Development Agencies, and the Public Employment Service to the Alexandria Commission on Employment.
Council Action:_________________________________________________________

27. Alexandria Early Childhood Commission
1 Representative of the Alexandria Child Care Directors Association

City Council waived the residency requirement and reappointed Diane Smalley as a Representative of the Alexandria Child Care Directors Association to the Alexandria Early Childhood Commission.
Council Action:_________________________________________________________

28. Historic Alexandria Resources Commission
1 Representative From the Alexandria Archaeological Commission

City Council waived the residency requirement and appointed Mark Fields as a Representative From the Alexandria Archaeological Commission to the Historic Alexandria Resources Commission.
Council Action:_________________________________________________________







CONTESTED APPOINTMENTS (continued)

29. Alexandria Library Board
1 Citizen Member

City Council appointed Dorothy Koopman as a Citizen Member to the Alexandria Library Board, and expressed its thanks to Marjorie Posner for her service.
Council Action:_________________________________________________________

30. Alexandria Public Health Advisory Commission
1 Representative of the INOVA Alexandria Hospital Board

City Council waived the residency requirement and appointed Colleen Mahoney as a Representative of the INOVA Alexandria Hospital Board to the Alexandria Public Health Advisory Commission.
Council Action:_________________________________________________________

31. Alexandria Waterfront Committee
1 Citizen Member Who Resides East of Washington Street and North of King Street

City Council appointed Andrew Palmieri as a Citizen Member Who Resides East of Washington Street and North of King Street to the Alexandria Waterfront Committee.
Council Action:_________________________________________________________

32. Alexandria Youth Policy Commission
1 Representative of a Community Non-Profit Agency Having an Interest in Youth Issues

City Council appointed Nancy McCormick as a Representative of a Community Non-Profit Agency Having an Interest in Youth Issues to the Alexandria Youth Policy Commission.
Council Action:_________________________________________________________

EXECUTIVE SESSION

33. Consideration of Convening of an Executive Session to Consult with Legal Counsel Pertaining to Pending Litigation that Involves the City of Alexandria, Pursuant to Virginia Code 2.1-344(A)(7).

At 9:50 p.m., City Council convened in executive session at this time, pursuant to Section 2.1-344(A)(7) of the Code of Virginia, for the purpose of consulting with legal counsel concerning a claim pending before the Circuit Court of the City of Alexandria, styled Kerley v. Spinner and the City of Alexandria, No. CL 990858.
Council Action:_________________________________________________________


REPORTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE CITY MANAGER (continued)

34. Consideration of Waiving the Docking Fees at the City Marina for the "Twinkling Lights, Historic Nights" Holiday Parade of Boats Sponsored by the Alexandria Convention and Visitors Association.

City Council: (1) approved waiving the docking fees for transient boats that participate in the December 2, 2000 Parade of Boats event, up to a maximum of 20 transient boats, on Friday evening, December 1 through Sunday morning, December 3, 2000, to serve as an incentive for boaters to participate in this pilot project; and (2) approved waiving the docking fees for two nights during the 2001 summer boating season as part of a weekend package for the winner of the Dockside Competition for the best decorated boat, subject to the conditions discussed in this memorandum.
Council Action:_________________________________________________________

At 10:05 p.m., City Council reconvened the meeting. City Council authorized the City Attorney to settle the suit identified in the motion to convene this evening's executive session in accordance with the terms and conditions recommended by the City Attorney in the executive session.

City Council adopted the resolution pertaining to the executive session.
RES. NO. 1985

The meeting was adjourned at 10:07 p.m.

This docket is subject to change.

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CABLECAST SCHEDULE OF GOVERNMENT MEETINGS

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NOVEMBER 2000

  • November 1, Board of Architectural Review - Old & Historic District, 7:30 p.m. - Live
  • November 2, School Board Meeting, 7:30 p.m. - Live
  • November 8, Board of Architectural Review - Parker-Gray District, 7:30 p.m. - Live
  • November 9, Planning Commission Meeting, 7:30 p.m. - Live
  • November 10, Board of Zoning Appeals Meeting, 6:00 p.m. - Replay of the November 9 Meeting
  • November 14, City Council Work Session on the Woodrow Wilson Bridge Urban Deck and the Redevelopment of Jones Point Park, 6:00 p.m. - Live
  • November 14, City Council Meeting, 7:30 p.m. - Live
  • November 15, Board of Architectural Review - Old & Historic District, 7:30 p.m. - Live
  • November 16, School Board Meeting, 6:00 p.m. - Replay of the November 14 Meeting
  • November 17, City Council Meeting, 6:00 p.m. - Replay of the November 14 Meeting
  • November 18, City Council Public Hearing, 9:30 a.m. - Live
  • November 22, Board of Architectural Review - Parker-Gray District, 7:30 p.m. - Live
  • November 28, City Council Meeting, 7:30 p.m. - Live
  • November 29, City Council Meeting, 6:00 p.m. - Replay of the November 28 Meeting

    This Schedule is Subject to Change