MINUTES
COUNTY BOARD OF LEGISLATORS


APRIL 25, 2005 (7:00 P.M.)

The County Board of Legislators met pursuant to adjournment.

The Honorable William J. Ryan in the Chair.

The Chair opened the meeting with the salute to our flag and an invocation.

The roll call resulted as follows:

Legislators: Young, Oros, Abinanti, Alvarado, Astorino, Burrows, Kaplowitz, LaMotte, Maisano, Myers, Pinto, Rogowsky, Spreckman, Stewart-Cousins, Wishnie, Chair – 16.

Absent: Legislator: Bronz - 1.

Motion – Approval of Minutes. Mr. Young moved that the minutes of April 11, 2005 (Regular Meeting) be approved – Carried.

Mr. Young moved to suspend the regular order of business for the purpose of holding a public hearing – Carried.

The Clerk presented proof of publication of notice of the Public Hearing and read the rules for its conduct.

PUBLIC HEARING: COMMITTEES ON HEALTH AND LEGISLATION: Products Containing Pseudoephedrine: LOCAL LAW INTRO 4-2005: Local Law restricting the over-the-counter sale of products containing pseudoephedrine.

There were no speakers.

No other person wishing to be heard, Mr. Young moved to close the Public Hearing and resume the regular order of business.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS: COMMITTEES ON BUDGET AND APPROPRIATIONS, HEALTH, PUBLIC WORKS, AND CULTURAL AND ETHNIC DIVERSITY: Sewer District Modification: ACT 37-2005: Act to modify the Peekskill Sanitary Sewer District by the addition of 34 parcels of property located in the Town of Somers.

Mr. Kaplowitz presented the following report and Act and moved that the report be received, filed and approved and the Act adopted, which motion was carried by the following vote:

AYE: Legislators: Young, Abinanti, Alvarado, Kaplowitz, LaMotte, Maisano, Myers, Pinto, Rogowsky, Wishnie, Chair – 11.

NAY: Legislators: Oros, Burrows, Spreckman – 3.

Note: Legislators Astorino and Stewart-Cousins were not present when the vote was taken.


UNFINISHED BUSINESS: COMMITTEE ON BUDGET AND APPROPRIATIONS: Operating Budget Amendment: ACT 85-2005: Act amending the 2005 County Operating Budget (Property/Casualty Insurance).

Mr. Kaplowitz presented the following report and Act and moved that the report be received, filed and approved and the Act adopted, which motion was carried by the following vote:

AYE: Legislators: Young, Abinanti, Alvarado, Burrows, Kaplowitz, LaMotte, Myers, Pinto, Rogowsky, Spreckman, Stewart-Cousins, Wishnie, Chair – 13.

NAY: Legislators: Oros, Astorino, Maisano - 3.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS: COMMITTEE ON BUDGET AND APPROPRIATIONS: Bond Act – Medical Center Liability Claims: (BOND) ACT 86-2005: Bond Act authorizing the issuance of $4,500,000 in bonds to finance payments for various judgments and settled claims against the County in certain cases related to Westchester Medical Center.

Mr. Kaplowitz presented the following report and Act and moved that the report be received, filed and approved and the Act adopted, which motion was carried by the following vote:

AYE: Legislators: Young, Abinanti, Alvarado, Burrows, Kaplowitz, LaMotte, Myers, Pinto, Rogowsky, Spreckman, Stewart-Cousins, Wishnie, Chair – 13.

NAY: Legislators: Oros, Astorino, Maisano - 3.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS: COMMITTEES ON LEGISLATION AND THE ENVIRONMENT: Pesticide Notification: LOCAL LAW INTRO 2-2005: Proposed Local Law amending County Law with respect to requiring owners of multiple dwelling units to notify their tenants of pesticide applications.

On motion of Legislators Rogowsky and Abinanti the following item was “Recommitted” to the Committees on Legislation and Environment.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS: COMMUNICATION: Bond Act: Bond Act authorizing the issuance of $200,000 in bonds to finance Exterior Infrastructure Repairs at the White Plains Complex (B014A) was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Budget and Appropriations and the Committee on Public Works.

COMMUNICATION: COUNTY EXECUTIVE: Reappointment: Resolution reappointing George Tockstein as a member of the County Fire Advisory Board was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on County Officers and Departments.

COMMUNICATION: COUNTY EXECUTIVE: Reappointment: Resolution reappointing Jeffrey Coleman as a member of the County Traffic Safety Board was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on County Officers and Departments.

COMMUNICATION: COUNTY EXECUTIVE: Appointment: Resolution appointing Stephen Coleman as a member of the County Soil and Water Conservation Board of Directors was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on County Officers and Departments.

COMMUNICATION: COUNTY EXECUTIVE: Reappointment: Resolution reappointing Harold Aken as a member of the County Fire Advisory Board was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on County Officers and Departments.

COMMUNICATION: COUNTY EXECUTIVE: Reappointment: Resolution appointing Mae Williams as a member of the County African American Advisory Board was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on County Officers and Departments.

COMMUNICATION: COUNTY EXECUTIVE: IMA: Act authorizing the County to enter into intermunicipal agreements for the use of County-owned passenger shuttle vans was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Budget and Appropriations and the Committee on Transportation.

COMMUNICATION: COUNTY EXECUTIVE: Rapid Response Plan: Local Law authorizing the establishment of a Mutual Aid and Rapid Response Plan for County police departments to be effectuated by intermunicipal agreements was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Budget and Appropriations and the Committee on Public Safety and Criminal Justice.

COMMUNICATION: COUNTY EXECUTIVE: Bond Act: Bond Act authorizing the issuance of $1,002,000 of the County to finance the cost of site improvements to Westchester Community College was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Budget and Appropriations, the Committee on Community Affairs, and the Committee on Education.

COMMUNICATION: COUNTY EXECUTIVE: Court Ordered Refunds: Information package of Court Ordered refunds which will be paid by the Commissioner of Finance was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Budget and Appropriations.

COMMUNICATION: COUNTY EXECUTIVE: County Investment Policy: Act establishing a revised Investment Policy for the County was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Budget and Appropriations.

COMMUNICATION: COUNTY EXECUTIVE: Home Rule Request: Resolution requesting the enactment of S.4523/A.7387 (Soil and Water Conservation Districts Law) was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Legislation and the Committee on Environment.

COMMUNICATION: COUNTY EXECUTIVE: Home Rule Request: Resolution requesting the enactment of S.5179/A.6851 (Tax Law) was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Legislation.

COMMUNICATION: HON JOSE ALVARADO: Bee-Line Bus Strike: Correspondence from the President of Liberty Lines regarding the current status of the bus strike was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Labor and the Committee on Transportation.

COMMUNICATION: HON. URSULA LAMOTTE: Sewage Diversion: Correspondence from LWV regarding sewage diversion and the Croton Watershed was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Budget and Appropriations, the Committee on Health, the Committee on Cultural and Ethnic Diversity and the Committee on Public Works.

COMMUNICATION: COUNTY ATTORNEY: Lawsuit Settlement: Act authorizing the County Attorney to settle the lawsuit of Barletta v. Tejeda, et al and the County of Westchester was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Budget and Appropriations.

COMMUNICATION: HON. MARTIN ROGOWSKY: Foreign Oil Dangers: Broadcast text from the American Jewish Congress on the need for Americans to reduce their dependence on foreign oil imports was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Energy.

COMMUNICATION: HON. MARTIN ROGOWSKY: Hybrid Vehicles: Legislative memorandums in support of County legislation to create incentives for hybrid vehicle use was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Energy.

COMMUNICATION: HON. MICHAEL KAPLOWITZ: WCHCC: Petitions from employees of WCHCC/Correctional Health Services opposing privatization of health care services in the unit was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Public Safety and Criminal Justice, the Committee on Budget and Appropriations, and the Committee on Health.

COMMUNICATION: HON. MICHAEL KAPLOWITZ: CBAC Committee: Resignation of Joe Rosenblum as Chairman of the Citizens Budget Advisory Committee was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Budget and Appropriations.

COMMUNICATION: HON. GEORGE OROS: Sewer District Modification: Resolution from the City of Peekskill opposing the diversion of sewage from 34 parcels in Somers to the City of Peekskill Sanitation Sewer District was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Budget and Appropriations and the Committee on Public Works.

COMMUNICATION: HON. URSULA LAMOTTE: WCHCC: Resolution from the Town of Bedford in support of Operation Cure and renewal of a sales tax with a dedicated fund for the hospital was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Budget and Appropriations.

COMMUNICATION: HON. JUDY MYERS: Davids Island: Memorandum and select constituent correspondence in support of a County purchase of Davids Island was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Parks and the Committee on Environment.

COMMUNICATION: HON. ROBERT ASTORINO: Sex Offenders: Memorandum requesting County legislation banning Level 3 child sex offenders from housing within one mile from a school was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Public Safety and Criminal Justice and the Committee on Legislation.

COMMITTEES ON BUDGET & APPROPRIATIONS AND PUBLIC WORKS: Bond Act: (BOND) ACT 100-2005: Bond Act authorizing the issuance of $250,000 in bonds to finance Heavy Equipment Replacement (B035A).

Mr. Kaplowitz presented the following report and Act and moved that the report be received, filed and approved and the Act adopted, which motion was carried by the following vote:

AYE: Legislators: Young, Oros, Abinanti, Alvarado, Astorino, Burrows, Kaplowitz, LaMotte, Maisano, Myers, Pinto, Rogowsky, Spreckman, Stewart-Cousins, Wishnie, Chair – 16.

NAY: None.
COMMITTEES ON BUDGET & APPROPRIATIONS AND PUBLIC WORKS: Bond Act: (BOND) ACT 101-2005: Bond Act amending Bond Act 82-2004 authorizing the issuance of an additional $1,400,000 in bonds to finance Replacement of Highway/Traffic Control Signage (RB072).

Mr. Kaplowitz presented the following report and Act and moved that the report be received, filed and approved and the Act adopted, which motion was carried by the following vote:

AYE: Legislators: Young, Oros, Abinanti, Alvarado, Astorino, Burrows, Kaplowitz, LaMotte, Maisano, Myers, Pinto, Rogowsky, Spreckman, Stewart-Cousins, Wishnie, Chair – 16.

NAY: None.
COMMITTEES ON BUDGET & APPROPRIATIONS AND PUBLIC WORKS: Bond Act: (BOND) ACT 102-2005: Bond Act authorizing the issuance of $350,000 in bonds to finance Bronx River Parkway Bridge over the Bronx River in Scarsdale (P0016).

Mr. Kaplowitz presented the following report and Act and moved that the report be received, filed and approved and the Act adopted, which motion was carried by the following vote:

AYE: Legislators: Young, Oros, Abinanti, Alvarado, Astorino, Burrows, Kaplowitz, LaMotte, Maisano, Myers, Pinto, Rogowsky, Spreckman, Stewart-Cousins, Wishnie, Chair – 16.

NAY: None.
COMMITTEE ON BUDGET & APPROPRIATIONS: Metro North Railroad Easements - Environmental: RES 62-2005: Resolution finding no significant impact on the environment from the granting of temporary and permanent easements to Metro North over certain real property in the Village of Croton-on-Hudson.

Mr. Kaplowitz presented the following Resolution and moved its adoption, which was declared adopted.
COMMITTEE ON BUDGET & APPROPRIATIONS: Metro North Railroad Easements: ACT 103-2005: Act authorizing the County to grant temporary and permanent easements to Metro North over certain real property in the Village of Croton-on-Hudson.

Mr. Kaplowitz presented the following report and Act and moved that the report be received, filed and approved and the Act adopted, which motion was carried by the following vote:

AYE: Legislators: Young, Oros, Abinanti, Alvarado, Astorino, Burrows, Kaplowitz, LaMotte, Maisano, Myers, Pinto, Rogowsky, Spreckman, Stewart-Cousins, Wishnie, Chair – 16.

NAY: None.
COMMITTEE ON BUDGET & APPROPRIATIONS: Metro North Railroad Easements: ACT 104-2005: Act authorizing the County to amend an easement granted to Metro North over certain real property in the Village of Croton-on-Hudson adjacent to Croton Point Park.

Mr. Kaplowitz presented the following report and Act and moved that the report be received, filed and approved and the Act adopted, which motion was carried by the following vote:

AYE: Legislators: Young, Oros, Abinanti, Alvarado, Astorino, Burrows, Kaplowitz, LaMotte, Maisano, Myers, Pinto, Rogowsky, Spreckman, Stewart-Cousins, Wishnie, Chair – 16.

NAY: None.
COMMITTEE ON BUDGET & APPROPRIATIONS: Tax Anticipation Notes: ACT 105-2005: Act authorizing the County to issue Tax Anticipation Notes in the amount of $50,000,000.

Mr. Kaplowitz presented the following report and Act and moved that the report be received, filed and approved and the Act adopted, which motion was carried by the following vote:

AYE: Legislators: Young, Oros, Abinanti, Alvarado, Astorino, Burrows, Kaplowitz, LaMotte, Maisano, Myers, Pinto, Rogowsky, Spreckman, Stewart-Cousins, Wishnie, Chair – 16.

NAY: None.
COMMITTEE ON BUDGET & APPROPRIATIONS: Teamsters Collective Bargaining: ACT 106-2005: Act approving certain financial terms and conditions of employment pursuant to a Collective Bargaining Agreement for those County employees represented by Teamsters Local 456.

Mr. Kaplowitz presented the following report and Act and moved that the report be received, filed and approved and the Act adopted, which motion was carried by the following vote:

AYE: Legislators: Young, Oros, Abinanti, Alvarado, Astorino, Burrows, Kaplowitz, LaMotte, Maisano, Myers, Pinto, Rogowsky, Spreckman, Stewart-Cousins, Wishnie, Chair – 16.

NAY: None.
COMMITTEES ON BUDGET & APPROPRIATIONS AND PUBLIC WORKS: Bond Act: (BOND) ACT 107-2005: Bond Act authorizing the issuance of $220,000 in County Bonds to finance Water Quality Improvement Projects (BPL21).

Mr. Kaplowitz presented the following report and Act and moved that the report be received, filed and approved and the Act adopted, which motion was carried by the following vote:

AYE: Legislators: Young, Oros, Abinanti, Alvarado, Astorino, Burrows, Kaplowitz, LaMotte, Maisano, Myers, Pinto, Rogowsky, Spreckman, Stewart-Cousins, Wishnie, Chair – 16.

NAY: None.
COMMITTEES ON BUDGET & APPROPRIATIONS AND PUBLIC WORKS: Bond Act: (BOND) ACT 108-2005: Bond Act authorizing the issuance of $750,000 in County Bonds to finance rehabilitation of the Tuckahoe Bridge over the Bronx River Parkway in Yonkers (RB01I).

Mr. Kaplowitz presented the following report and Act and moved that the report be received, filed and approved and the Act adopted, which motion was carried by the following vote:

AYE: Legislators: Young, Oros, Abinanti, Alvarado, Astorino, Burrows, Kaplowitz, LaMotte, Maisano, Myers, Pinto, Rogowsky, Spreckman, Stewart-Cousins, Wishnie, Chair – 16.

NAY: None.
COMMITTEES ON BUDGET & APPROPRIATIONS AND PUBLIC WORKS: Bond Act: (BOND) ACT 109-2005: Bond Act authorizing the issuance of $1,000,000 in County Bonds to finance rehabilitation of the Pondfield Road Bridge over the Bronx River Parkway (RB01K).

Mr. Kaplowitz presented the following report and Act and moved that the report be received, filed and approved and the Act adopted, which motion was carried by the following vote:

AYE: Legislators: Young, Oros, Abinanti, Alvarado, Astorino, Burrows, Kaplowitz, LaMotte, Maisano, Myers, Pinto, Rogowsky, Spreckman, Stewart-Cousins, Wishnie, Chair – 16.

NAY: None.
COMMITTEES ON BUDGET & APPROPRIATIONS AND PUBLIC WORKS: Bond Act: (BOND) ACT 110-2005: Bond Act authorizing the issuance of $450,000 in County Bonds to finance rehabilitation of the Stone Place Bridge over the Bronx River Parkway (RB01L).

Mr. Kaplowitz presented the following report and Act and moved that the report be received, filed and approved and the Act adopted, which motion was carried by the following vote:

AYE: Legislators: Young, Oros, Abinanti, Alvarado, Astorino, Burrows, Kaplowitz, LaMotte, Maisano, Myers, Pinto, Rogowsky, Spreckman, Stewart-Cousins, Wishnie, Chair – 16.

NAY: None.
COMMITTEE ON BUDGET & APPROPRIATIONS: Lawsuit Settlement: ACT 111-2005: Act authorizing the County to settle the lawsuit Gaynor v. Westchester.

The following item was laid “OVER” under the rules by Mr. Oros.
COMMITTEE ON LEGISLATION AND THE COMMITTEE ON HEALTH: Products Containing Pseudoephedrine: LOCAL LAW INTRO 4-2005: Local Law restricting the over-the-counter sale of products containing pseudoephedrine.

Legislators Rogowsky and Stewart-Cousins presented the following report and Local Law and moved that the report be received, filed and approved and the Local Law adopted, which motion was carried by the following vote:

AYE: Legislators: Young, Oros, Abinanti, Alvarado, Astorino, Burrows, Kaplowitz, LaMotte, Maisano, Myers, Pinto, Rogowsky, Spreckman, Stewart-Cousins, Wishnie, Chair – 16.

NAY: None.
COMMITTEES ON LEGISLATION & SOLID WASTE AND RECYCLABLES: RES 63-2005: Setting a Public Hearing on a proposed Local Law amending Chapter 826-A of the Laws of Westchester County [Public Hearing set for May 9, 2005; at 7:30 p.m; Local Law Intro. 5-2005.]

Messrs. Rogowsky and Abinanti presented the following Resolution and moved its adoption, which was declared adopted.
COMMITTEES ON LEGISLATION & SOLID WASTE AND RECYCLABLES: RES 64-2005: Setting a Public Hearing on a proposed Local Law adding a new Section 261.71 to the Laws of Westchester County [Public Hearing set for May 9, 2005; at 7:30 p.m; Local Law Intro. 6-2005.]

Messrs. Rogowsky and Abinanti presented the following Resolution and moved its adoption, which was declared adopted.
COMMITTEE ON COUNTY OFFICERS AND DEPARTMENTS: Women’s Advisory Board Appointment: RES 65-2005: Resolution confirming the appointment of Judy Schwartz as a member of the County Women’s Advisory Board.

Mr. Pinto presented the following Resolution and moved its adoption, which was declared adopted.
COMMITTEE ON COUNTY OFFICERS AND DEPARTMENTS: Youth Board Appointment: RES 66-2005: Resolution confirming the appointment of Nilou Noorani Grewe as a member of the County Youth Board.

Mr. Pinto presented the following Resolution and moved its adoption, which was declared adopted.
COMMITTEE ON COUNTY OFFICERS AND DEPARTMENTS: Airport Advisory Board Appointment: RES 67-2005: Resolution confirming the appointment of Paul Katz as a member of the County Airport Advisory Board.

Mr. Pinto presented the following Resolution and moved its adoption, which was declared adopted.
COMMITTEE ON COUNTY OFFICERS AND DEPARTMENTS: Emergency Medical Services Advisory Board Appointment: RES 68-2005: Resolution confirming the appointment of Garrett Doering to the County Emergency Medical Services Board.

Mr. Pinto presented the following Resolution and moved its adoption, which was declared adopted.
COMMITTEE ON COUNTY OFFICERS AND DEPARTMENTS: Domestic Violence Council Reappointment: RES 69-2005: Resolution confirming the reappointment of Stephanie Fox to the County Domestic Violence Council.

Mr. Pinto presented the following Resolution and moved its adoption, which was declared adopted.
COMMITTEE ON COUNTY OFFICERS AND DEPARTMENTS: Citizens Consumer Advisory Council Reappointment: RES 70-2005: Resolution confirming the reappointment of Jeffrey Marston to the County Citizens Consumer Advisory Council.

Mr. Pinto presented the following Resolution and moved its adoption, which was declared adopted.
COMMITTEE ON COUNTY OFFICERS AND DEPARTMENTS: Citizens Consumer Advisory Council Reappointment: RES 71-2005: Resolution confirming the reappointment of Daniel Franklin to the County Citizens Consumer Advisory Council.

Mr. Pinto presented the following Resolution and moved its adoption, which was declared adopted.
COMMITTEES ON COUNTY OFFICERS AND DEPARTMENTS AND BUDGET & APPROPRIATIONS: WCHCC Human Resources and Payroll System: (BOND) ACT 112-2005: Bond Act authorizing the issuance of $2,000,000 in County Bonds to finance the cost of the acquisition and installation of a new human resources and payroll system at WCHCC.

The following item was laid “OVER” under the rules by Mr. Oros.

COMMITTEES ON HEALTH & SENIORS: Elderly Pharmaceutical Insurance Coverage (EPIC): RES 72-2005: Resolution urging the Governor and State Legislature advocate for the preservation of the EPIC program as it exists.

Legislators Spreckman and Stewart-Cousins presented the following Resolution and moved its adoption, which was declared adopted.
COMMITTEES ON HEALTH & SENIORS Social Security Privatization: RES_____-2005: Resolution urging Congress to maintain the current Social Security system.

On motion of Legislator Spreckman the following item was Recommitted.

COMMITTEES ON YOUTH AND BUDGET & APPROPRIATIONS: “Invest-in-Kids” Program”: ACT 113-2005: Act authorizing the County to enter into IMA’s with various municipalities for the provision of services under the County’s Urban Youth Initiative “Invest-in-Kids” Program.

Mr. Pinto presented the following report and Act and moved that the report be received, filed and approved and the Act adopted, which motion was carried by the following vote:

AYE: Legislators: Young, Oros, Abinanti, Alvarado, Astorino, Burrows, Kaplowitz, LaMotte, Maisano, Myers, Pinto, Rogowsky, Spreckman, Stewart-Cousins, Wishnie, Chair – 16.

NAY: None.

UNANIMOUS CONSENT: COMMITTEE ON BUDGET & APPROPRIATIONS: RES 73-2005: setting a Public Hearing on a proposed Act to modify the Saw Mill Valley Sanitary Sewer District by the removal of 420 parcels of property located in the Town of New Castle. [Public Hearing set for May 9, 2005; at 7:30 p.m.; Act 114-2005.]

Memorial Resolutions: RES 74-2005:

Mrs. Bronz: James E. Ramey.
Mr. Burrows, Ms. Myers, & Mr. Pinto: Kathryn Welling
Mr. Burrows, Mrs. Spreckman, Mrs. Stewart-Cousins & Mr. Alvarado: William Drain, Jr.
Mr. Maisano & Mr. Pinto: Charles S. Gotsch, Sr.
Mrs. Spreckman & Mr. Burrows: John B. Farrauto
Mrs. Spreckman: Helen L. Mazzocut.
Mr. Astorino: Herb Bliss.
Mrs. LaMotte: Eleanor S. Kellogg.
Mrs. LaMotte & All Legislators: Katherine (Boo) Kelly.
Mr. Pinto: Rocco Itri, Loretta Mignardi, Rose Torzilli, Margaret Earle Baker, Loretta Cusma.
Mr. Pinto & Mr. Wishnie: Tessie Cirasella.
Mr. Kaplowitz: Alice M. Orneck, Shirley W. McKenney, Lee (Elvine) Parrell, Howard J. Bryne.
Mrs. Stewart-Cousins: Patricia Young Slaughter.
Mr. Wishnie & All Legislators: Ryan Holmes.
Mr. Maisano: William Gallicano, M.D.; Ciro Salerno; Celia M. Lee, David Ayala.

The above-named Legislators presented the following memorial Resolutions and moved their adoption, which were declared adopted.

On MOTION of Legislator Young,
The Board adjourns.