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Date Posted:  May 11, 2018

 

CITY OF EAST PROVIDENCE

RHODE ISLAND

DOCKET OF REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING

May 15, 2018

6:30 P.M.

Council Chambers, City Hall, 145 Taunton Avenue, East Providence, RI 02914

6:30 P.M. Council May Call An Executive Session, Room 101

7:30 P.M. Open Session

 

I.                   EXECUTIVE SESSION

 

The City Council of the City of East Providence may meet in Executive Session pursuant to RI General Laws § 42-46-5 (a)(2)(5).

 

A.    New Claims

1.      David Kahn

2.      Thomas C. Riley (Lien-Tenant-Emergency Placement)

3.      Thomas C. Riley (Lien-Cutting/Removal of Overgrown Grass)

4.      Thomas C. Riley (Lien – Boarding – Garage)

5.      Thomas C. Riley (Water/Sewer Charge Abatement)

6.      Thomas C. Riley (Water Hardship)

7.      Thomas C. Riley (Water Shutoff – August 2017)

8.      Elizabeth Ward

 

B.     Sewer Charge Abatements

1.      Muhammed Akhtar

2.      Rosemary E. Clarkin

3.      Josephine Jones

4.      Amy B. McLean

5.      Luis Santos

 

C.    Potential Litigation

1.      Petition and Legal Liability Surrounding Municipal Street Lights

 

D.    Collective Bargaining

1.      Agreement between City of East Providence and the United Steelworkers, Local 15509

 

E.     Disposition of City-Owned Land

1.   33 Hoppin Avenue and 80 Burnside Avenue Proposed Purchase and Sales Agreement

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D.  Discussion and vote regarding Acting City Manager terms and conditions.

 

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II.                OPEN SESSION

 

III.             CALL TO ORDER

 

IV.             SALUTE TO THE FLAG

 

V.                TO APPROVE THE CONSENT CALENDAR

 

All items under “CONSENT CALENDAR” are considered to be of a routine and noncontroversial nature by the City Council and will be enacted by one motion.  There will be no separate discussion on these items unless a Council member so requests, in which event, the item will be removed from the “CONSENT CALENDAR” and will be considered in its normal sequence on the docket.

 

A.    Letters

1.      CRMC May Calendar.

2.      Notice of new property number, City of East Providence – Parks, 555 Waterfront Drive, (02914), Map 6, Block 1, Parcel 003.00, Zoning 01.

3.      Notice of new property number, Providence & Worcester Railroad Company, 649 Waterfront Drive, (02914), Map 7, Block 1, Parcel 003.00, Zoning BPH.

4.      Notice of new property number, Harold, LLC, 10 Dunellen Road, (02914), Map 204, Block 1, Parcel 011.00, Zoning DR.

5.      Notice of new property number, AAA Northeast, 12 River Road, (02915), Map 710, Block 03, Parcel 001.00, Zoning I2.

6.      Town of Jamestown Resolution in support of In-Person Early Voting.

7.      Town of Barrington Resolution supporting School Construction Referendum in Article 5 of the proposed RI State Budget (FY2019).

8.      Town of Barrington Resolution opposing School Construction Referendum as written and requesting it be amended to begin after January 1, 2018.

9.      Town of Barrington Resolution urging the RI Attorney General to distribute Google funds to the Barrington Schools.

10.  Town of Barrington Resolution supporting S2331 amending secton 39-2-15 of the RI General Laws “Duties of Utilites and Carriers to extend protections currently granted to state contract work to the municipalities and quasi government agencies. 

11.  Town of Barrington Resolution supporting S2464 raising the age for purchase and sale of tobacco products to 21. 

 

B.     Alcoholic Beverage Class F

1.      St Francis Xavier Church, 81 N. Carpenter Street (02914), Annual Feast, June 15, 16 & 17, Maryann Marques.

2.      St Mary Academy Bay View, Alum Weekend, Alum Dance, May 19, 2018, Bay View Wellness Center, 3070 Pawtucket Avenue (02915), Erin Hanna.

3.      Trinity Brotherhood Club, 146 Sutton Avenue (02914), Annual Feast, May 25, 26 & 27, 2018, Ricardo Graca.

4.      HGBB of RI, 5 North Phillips Street (02914), Annual Feast, May 18, 19 &20, 2018, Joseph Silveira. 

 

F.     Alcoholic Beverage Class F-1

1.      East Providence Heritage Days Inc., Pierce Field, 201 Mercer Street (02914), July 13, 14 &15, 2018.

2.      St Mary Academy Bay View, Alum Weekend, Alum Brunch, May 20, 2018, Bay View Wellness Center, 3070 Pawtucket Avenue (02915), Erin Hanna.

3.      NAM Knights of America Motorcycle Club, 10th Anniversary Celebration, 59 Brightridge Avenue (02914), June 30, 2018, Michael J. Alves. 

 

G.    One Day Entertainment License

1.      Black Duck Tavern, 31-35 Warren Avenue (02914), June 2, 2018, Cory Brailsford.

2.      Trinity Brotherhood Club, 146 Sutton Avenue (02914), May 25, 26 & 27, 2018, Stephen Costa. 

 

H.    Council Journals

 

1.      Council Journal Regular Meeting May 1, 2018

 

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VI.             PROCLAMATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS

 

A.    Proclamation for Joe Medeiros, Recreation Facilities Supervisor - by Mayor Briden

 

B.     Award Recognition for the  East Providence High School Day of Portugal Student Logo Contest Winner – Alison Batty by Councilwoman Sousa

 

VII.          COMMUNICATIONS

 

A.    Jason Desrosiers, 80 Village Green North (02915) requesting to address the Council regarding Mayor and Council staggered terms. 

 

B.     Corey Brailsford, Black Duck Tavern, 31-35 Warren Avenue (02914) requesting to address the Council regarding permission for indoor and outdoor grand opening event. 

 

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VIII.       PUBLIC COMMENT

 

All persons wishing to make public comment shall sign a public comment sheet stating their name, address, and the subject of their comments.  Said public comment sheet shall be available on a desk at the entrance of the City Hall Chambers no later than forty-five (45) minutes before the call to order of any regularly scheduled council meeting and shall be delivered by the City Clerk to the presiding officer no earlier than five (5) minutes before the call to order of the meeting.  Each speaker will be limited to three (3) minutes.  The order of speakers will be on a first come, first serve basis and the maximum time for public comment shall be limited to thirty (30) minutes per meeting.

 

IX.             APPOINTMENTS

 

A.    Planning Board Reappointment (by Councilman Botelho)

Burton P. Batty, Jr., 15 Plymouth Road (02914)

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B.     Economic Development Commission (by Mayor Briden)

Michele Martins-Botelho, 37 Hedley Circle (02914)

 

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C.     Planning Board Reappointment – Alternate #1 (by Mayor Briden)

Christopher Grant, 16 Allison Court (02915)   

 

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D.    Veterans Advisory Committee (by Councilwoman Sousa)

Maura J. Clancy, 35 Barrington Court (02915)

 

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E.     Traffic Control (by Councilman Botelho)

Wayne Flodin, 83 Locust Street (02915)

 

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F.      City Sergeant (by Councilman Faria)

John Oliver, 14 Barrington Court (02915)

 

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X.                COUNCIL MEMBERS

 

A.    Ward 1 Dog Park (by Assistant Mayor Britto)

 

B.     Update on the Former Fram Building (by Assistant Mayor Britto)

 

C.     Neighborhood Crime Watch Update (by Assistant Mayor Britto)

 

D.    Request to Upgrade Technology in the Council Chambers (by Councilman Botelho)

 

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E.     The Mystery of the Missing Kent Heights Neighborhood Sign at the Corner of Pawtucket Avenue and Wampanoag Trail (by Councilman Botelho)

 

F.      Request for a Preliminary Budget Workshop to Discuss Priorities in 2019 (by Councilman Botelho)

 

G.    Riverside Renaissance Street Sign Initiative (by Councilman Faria)

 

H.    33 Hoppin Avenue and 80 Burnside Avenue (Old Platt Waters School) Potential Development Community Meeting (by Councilman Faria)

 

I.       The Reality of the Four Year Terms (by Councilman Faria)

 

J.       LED Streetlight Conversion Update (by Councilman Faria)

 

K.    Constituent Issues (by Councilman Faria)

 

L.     East Providence Day of Portugal June 5, 2018 (by Councilwoman Sousa)

 

XI.             LICENSES NOT REQUIRING PUBLIC HEARING

A.    Peddler – Second Truck

Palagi’s Ice Cream, 55 Bacon Street, Pawtucket (02861), Alejandro Arteaga, 237 Suffolk Avenue, Pawtucket (02861).

 

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B.     Carnival

East Providence Heritage Days, 610 Waterman Avenue (02914), Location Pierce Field, 210 Mercer Street (02914), July 13, 14 &15, 2018.

 

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XII.          PUBLIC HEARING – ORDINANCES FINAL PASSAGE

 

A motion to dispense with the reading of the ordinance

 

A.  AN ORDINANCE IN AMENDMENT OF CHAPTER 2 OF THE REVISED ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF EAST PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND, 1998, AS AMENDED, ENTITLED “ADMINISTRATION”

 

SECTION I.  Section 2-183 entitled “Meetings of the board” of Division 8 entitled “Juvenile Hearing Board” of Article III entitled “Boards, Committees, Commissions” of Chapter 2 of the Revised Ordinances of the City of East Providence, Rhode Island, 1998, as amended, entitled “Administration” is amended to read as follows:

 

Sec. 2-183.  Meetings of the board.

 

The juvenile hearing board shall meet not less than once each month. The juvenile prosecution officer shall give notice of the matters to be heard to the board, to the chief of police, and the juvenile offender and his/her parents, not less than seven days prior to the date of the hearing. A majority of the members of the juvenile hearing board shall constitute a quorum, and its proceedings shall be closed to the public except that the juvenile hearing board may, with the consent of such juvenile, and his/her legal guardians, transact its business in public. Matters heard before the juvenile hearing board are confidential and the provisions of the Rhode Island Open Meetings Act shall not apply to such proceedings. The juvenile hearing board shall elect one from its members as its chair, and one as its vice-chair. In the absence of the chair, the vice-chair shall be the presiding officer. A majority of the members present shall be required to take any action. The juvenile hearing board shall have the power from time to time to draft rules governing its proceedings or to amend or repeal any rules theretofore adopted, subject to the approval of the city council.

 

SECTION II.  This ordinance shall take effect upon its second passage and all ordinances or parts of ordinances inconsistent herewith are hereby repealed.

 

Requested by:  Assistant Mayor Britto

 

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B.  AN ORDINANCE IN AMENDMENT OF CHAPTER 18 OF THE REVISED ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF EAST PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND, 1998, AS AMENDED, ENTITLED “VEHICLES AND TRAFFIC”

 

A motion to dispense with the reading of the ordinance

 

            SECTION I.  Subsection (b) of Sec. 18-269 entitled “Stop and yield intersections designated; when stops required” is amended by deleting therefrom the following:

 

Hoyt Avenue (eastbound traffic) at Greenwood Avenue

 

SECTION II.  Subsection (b) of Sec. 18-269 entitled “Stop and yield intersections designated; when stops required” is amended by adding thereto the following:

 

Hoyt Avenue (eastbound traffic) at Merrick Street

 

SECTION III.  This ordinance shall take effect upon second passage and all ordinances and parts of ordinances inconsistent herewith are hereby repealed.

 

Requested by:  Councilman Britto

 

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XIII.       NEW BUSINESS

 

A.    City Managers Report  (by Acting City Manager Malcolm Moore )

 

1.      Request for Approval of Agreement between City of East Providence and the United Steelworkers, Local 15509

 

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2.      Update on Net Metering Project - Under City Manager's Report

 

3.      Final 2018 CDBG Budget

 

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B.     Reports of Other City Officials

 

1.Claims Committee Report (by City Solicitor Gregory Dias)

 

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C.    Report of School Committee Liaison

 

D.    Resolutions

 

1.   FINAL RESOLUTION PURSUANT TO SECTION 2-11 OF THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF EAST PROVIDENCE PERMANENTLY REMOVING THE CITY MANAGER FROM OFFICE

 

A motion to dispense with the reading of the resolution

 

WHEREAS, Resolution Number 17 was adopted by the City Council on May 2, 2017 authorizing the City Council’s hiring of City Manager Timothy J. Chapman; and

 

WHEREAS, the City Manager may be removed by majority vote of its members; and

 

WHEREAS, pursuant to the City Charter, the City Council may suspend the City Manager from duty pending a request for a public hearing; and

 

WHEREAS, Resolution Number 41 was adopted by the City Council on March 28, 2018 authorizing the City Council’s removal of the City Manager from office without cause, preliminarily, and suspending the City Manager with pay effective March 28, 2018 pending a request for a hearing; and

 

WHEREAS, pursuant to the City Charter of the City of East Providence, the City Manager may reply in writing to the preliminary resolution and may request a public hearing which shall be held not earlier than twenty (20) days nor later than thirty (30) days after the filing of such request; and

 

WHEREAS, the City Manager has not requested a public hearing.

 

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the City Manager is hereby permanently removed from office without cause effective thirty (30) days after the date of the adoption of the March 28, 2018 resolution.

 

This resolution shall become effective upon its passage.

 

Requested By:  Councilwoman Sousa

 

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E.     Introduction to Ordinances

 

1.   AN ORDINANCE IN AMENDMENT OF CHAPTER 11 OF THE REVISED ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF EAST PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND, 1998, AS AMENDED, ENTITLED “PERSONNEL, PENSIONS AND RETIREMENT”

 

A motion to dispense with the reading of the ordinance

 

SECTION I.  Section 11-241 entitled “Nonservice-connected death” of Article V entitled “Firemen’s and Policemen’s Pension Fund” of Chapter 11 of the Revised Ordinances of the City of East Providence, 1998, as amended, entitled “Personnel,” is amended to read as follows:

 

Sec. 11-241. Nonservice-connected death.

Upon death of a member due to any cause other than an act of duty occurring while a member is in service, on sick leave with salary, on an approved leave of absence extending not more than six months continuously or while in receipt of a service retirement annuity or nonservice-connected disability annuity, if such member shall have at least three ten years of credited service, his the surviving widow spouse shall be entitled to an annuity. The annuity shall be equal to 30 percent of average final salary, increased one percentage point for each year of credited service above three years, up to a maximum amount equal to 50 percent of final average salary. This annuity shall be equal to the survivor benefit percentage multiplied by the percentage they had accrued pursuant to the union contract to the date of the death. Eligibility for such annuity a survivor benefit shall be subject to the following conditions:

(1)   The widow spouse shall have been legally married to the member at least one year prior to the date of death. of the member or prior to the date of retirement on a service retirement annuity or nonservice-connected disability annuity, whichever occurs first and in any event while the member was in service.  The annuity shall terminate in any event upon remarriage, and any change in marital status thereafter shall create no rights for the widow to any annuity or any other payment from the system.

(2)   The widow shall be at least 55 years of age, otherwise commencement of payments on the annuity shall be deferred until the widow attain such age. The participant was not married at the time of the death but had unmarried child/children under the age of 18 including in utero.  The legal guardian of the child/children shall receive the survivor benefit and would terminate upon their attainment of age 18, death or marriage, whichever occurs first.

(a)        Minor children shall include children of the blood and adopted children, provided that the proceedings for adoption shall have been initiated at least one year prior to the date of the death of the member.

(3)    The annuity shall terminate in any event upon remarriage, and any change in marital status thereafter shall create no rights for the widow to any annuity or any other payment from the system.

(4)    The minimum payment to a widow in any case shall be 30 percent of average final salary, and the maximum shall be 50 percent of such average final salary.

a.    If a widow has an unmarried minor child in her care under age 18, payment of the widow's annuity shall begin immediately regardless of whether the widow shall have attained age 55. In such a case, the annuity for the widow shall be increased ten percent of final average salary on account of each such minor child, provided that the maximum payment on account of a widow and children shall not exceed 60 percent of final average salary. If such limitation is exceeded, all annuities shall be prorated to conform therewith.

b.    Payments on account of minor children shall terminate upon their attainment of age 18, death or marriage, whichever first occurs. If a widow remarries, the annuity on account of each minor child shall be increased to 15 percent of final average salary, subject to a limitation of 50 percent of final average salary to all minor children.

c.    Should payments on account of minor children terminate before the widow attains age 55, the annuity to the widow shall be suspended until the widow attains age 55.

d.    Minor children shall include children of the blood and adopted children, provided that the proceedings for adoption shall have been initiated at least one year prior to the date of death of the member.

SECTION II.  This ordinance shall take effect upon its second passage and all ordinances and parts of ordinances inconsistent herewith are hereby repealed.

 

Requested by:  Councilman Faria

 

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2.   AN ORDINANCE IN AMENDMENT OF CHAPTER 11 OF THE REVISED ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF EAST PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND, 1998, AS AMENDED, ENTITLED “PERSONNEL, PENSIONS AND RETIREMENT”

 

A motion to dispense with the reading of the ordinance

 

            SECTION I.  Section 11-236 entitled “Service retirement annuity” of Article V entitled “Firemen’s and Policemen’s Pension Fund” of Chapter 11 of the Revised Ordinances of the City of East Providence, 1998, as amended, entitled “Personnel,” is amended to read as follows:

 

Sec. 11-236. Service retirement annuity.

 

(a)  Effective November 1, 1975, members retiring from service under subsections 11-235(a)(1) or (2) shall receive an annuity equal to two percent of the final average salary for each completed year of service, subject to a maximum of 70 percent of final average salary.

(b)  Effective November 1, 1975, members retiring from service under subsection 11-235(a)(3) shall receive an annuity equal to 2½ percent of final average salary for each of the first 20 completed years of service, and two percent of final average salary for each additional completed year of service, subject to a maximum of 70 percent of final average salary.

(d)(a)  Effective May 1, 1991, those members who retired from service between 1962 and 1984 shall receive a one-time ad hoc cost of living adjustment in the amount of $815.00 per year per member.

(e)(b)  Effective June 1, 2008 those members who retired from service between 1962 and 1984 shall receive a one-time ad hoc cost of living adjustment of $900.00 per member except in the case of a widowed member whose increase shall be $600.00 per year, and those members who are receiving an annual cost of living adjustment.

(c)  A fractional period of service of less than a full year shall be considered in the calculation of the annuity.

 (f)(d)  All retired police officers and fire fighters currently receiving a service connected disability pension who otherwise do not presently qualify for the existing cost of living adjustment as provided for in the current collective bargaining agreement for police officers and fire fighters shall be entitled to an annual three percent cost of living adjustment in their pension effective January 1, 2000.

(e)   Effective February 12, 2018, members retiring from service shall receive an annuity as provided for in the current collective bargaining agreement for police officers and fire fighters.

(f)   All retired police officers and fire fighters currently receiving a service connected disability pension or receiving a service connected pension shall receive a cost of living adjustment as provided for in the collective bargaining agreement for police officers and fire fighters that was in effect at the time of their retirement.

 

SECTION II.  This ordinance shall take effect upon its second passage and all ordinances and parts of ordinances inconsistent herewith are hereby repealed.

 

Requested by:  Councilman Faria

 

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3.   AN ORDINANCE IN AMENDMENT OF CHAPTER 11 OF THE REVISED ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF EAST PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND, 1998, AS AMENDED, ENTITLED “PERSONNEL, PENSIONS AND RETIREMENT”

 

A motion to dispense with the reading of the ordinance

           

SECTION I.  Section 11-238 entitled “Nonservice-connected disability” of Article V entitled “Firemen's and Policemen's Pension Fund” of Chapter 11 of the Revised Ordinances of the City of East Providence, 1998, as amended, entitled “Personnel,” is amended to read as follows:

 

Sec. 11-238. Nonservice-connected disability.

 

(a)  Any member becoming totally and permanently disabled due to any cause other than service-connected disability while an employee of the city, who has at least ten years of credited service, shall be entitled to a nonservice-connected disability annuity. This annuity shall be fixed at an amount equal to the percentage they had accrued pursuant to the union contract to the date of the disability. equal to 1¾ percent of average final salary subject to a minimum of 25 percent and a maximum of 50 percent of average final salary. The annuity shall be reduced by any amounts received by the member as salary or other form of compensation received during disability from public funds.

(b)  Nonservice-connected disability shall be considered total and permanent if it results in some impairment of mind or body that substantially precludes a member from performing with reasonable regularity the substantial and material parts of any gainful work or occupation that he would be competent to perform were it not for the fact that the impairment is founded upon conditions which render it reasonably certain that it will continue indefinitely.

(c)  The annuity shall be payable during continuing disability of the member, provided that if the credited service of the member at commencement of disability was 20 years or more, the member shall receive upon attainment of age 55, in lieu of the nonservice-connected disability annuity, a service retirement annuity as prescribed in this article.

(d c)  Should a member recover from disability and reenter the service of the city as a police officer or firefighter and shall render at least three years of continuous service thereafter, he shall be credited for service retirement annuity purposes with the periods of time during which he shall have received a nonservice-connected disability annuity. Otherwise, such member reentering service shall not be entitled to service credit for the period of such disability.

(e d)  Disability incurred while in military service shall not be considered for the purposes hereof.

(f e)  A nonservice-connected disability shall begin to accrue upon the expiration of 90 days following commencement of disability, provided that if the member is receiving salary for a period of more than 90 days, the annuity shall begin to accrue from the date salary has ceased. If written application for the annuity shall not have been filed with the board prior to the expiration of 90 days from date of disability, the annuity shall begin to accrue from the date application therefor has been filed, but, not in any event prior to the time when payments to the member on account of salary have ceased.

(f)  Eligibility for a survivor benefit shall be subject to the following conditions:

 

(1)   The spouse shall have been legally married to the member at the date of disability.  The annuity shall terminate in any event upon remarriage, and any change in marital status thereafter shall create no rights for the surviving spouse to any annuity or any other payment from the system.

(2)   The participant was not married at the time of the disability but had unmarried child/children under the age 18 including in utero.  The legal guardian of the child/children shall receive the survivor benefit and would terminate upon their attainment of age 18, death or marriage, whichever first occurs.

 

SECTION II.  This ordinance shall take effect upon second passage and all ordinances and parts of ordinances inconsistent herewith are hereby repealed.

 

Requested by:  Councilman Faria

 

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XIV.       ADJOURNMENT

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