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229 <br /> <br />business matters as were identified in the motion convening <br />the executive meeting were heard, discussed or considered by <br />the~Council, with Rev. Edwards and Ms. Slaughter absent. <br /> <br /> The meeting adjourned. <br /> s <br />President ~rk " <br /> <br /> COUNCIL CHAMBER - June 3, 1991 <br /> <br /> Council met in regular session on this date with the <br />following members present: Ms. Slaughter, Mr. Toscano, Mr. <br />Vandever. Absent: Rev. Edwards and Ms. Waters. <br /> <br /> In the absence of the Mayor, Vice Mayor Vandever chaired <br />the meeting. <br /> <br />MINUTES <br /> <br /> On motion by Mr. Toscano, seconded by Ms. Slaughter, the <br /> minutes of the May 20th meeting were apprOved as corrected. <br /> <br />PUBLIC <br /> <br />There were no matters by the public, <br /> <br />PUBLIC HEARING: APPOINTMENTS TO SCHOOL BOARD <br /> <br /> Mr. Vandever read the following list of applicants for <br />the School Board: First Ward - A1 Elias, Rees J. Frescoln, <br />III, Kathleen Carter Gaston, Michael Hemenway, William H. <br />Lucy and Richard M. LynCh; Fourth Ward - William Atwood, <br />Marian Rabinowitz and Lawrence L. Rodman. <br /> <br />The public hearing was opened. <br /> <br /> Mr. Frederick Schmidt of 312 Chestnut Street, endorsed <br />Mr. William Lucy for the vacancy on the School Board, noting <br />that while Mr. Lucy did not live in the Belmont Neighborhood, <br />he felt he would represent the Neighborhood's interests if <br />appointed to the School Board. <br /> <br /> As there Were no further'speakers the public hearing was <br /> closed. <br /> <br />PUBLIC HEARING: REGIONAL SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT PLAN <br /> <br /> Mr. Bill Middleton, Chairman of the Regional Solid <br />Waste Task Force, reviewed the draft SOlid Waste Management <br />Plan and stated that the Task Force had ConCluded that <br />regional coordination of key solid waste management issues <br />was in the best interest of the member jurisdictions. Mr. <br />Middleton liSted the fOllowing major recommendations <br />contained in the draft plan: 1) Expand the scope of the <br />Rivanna Solid Waste Authority either through contracts for <br />services or expansion to serve additional~jurisdictions; 2) <br />Consideration should be given to contracts with the Rivanna <br />Solid Waste Authority for landfill services that include <br />groundwater testing services, leachate treatment services, <br />management of landfills and household hazardous waste <br />cOllections programs; 3) Local governments should create <br />opportunities and incentives that will promote recycling; 4) <br />Develop a public, private or joint venture materials recovery <br />system to sort, process and market recyclables; 5) Coordinate <br />public education on sound solid waste management practices <br />and recyCling regionally and implement locally; 6) <br />Consolidate landfill management~ and 7) Consolidate new <br />landfills under one owner and operator,, preferably through <br />the Rivanna Solid Waste Authority. <br /> <br />The public hearing was opened. <br /> <br /> <br />
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