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Housing and Redevelopment Authority Meeting Minutes
January 4, 2016
Administration of Oaths
Patrick Trudgeon administered the Oath of Office to Board Members Robert
Willmus, Jason Etten, Tammy McGehee, Lisa Laliberte and Dan Roe. City Manager
Trudgeon advised that original certificates would be provided to individual
members, with copies retained on file at City Hall.
Call to Order
Serving as Acting
Chair until election of officers, Member Roe called to order the regular
meeting of the Roseville Housing & Redevelopment Authority (RHRA) in and
for the City of Roseville at approximately 6:05 p.m. and asked City Manager
Trudgeon to call the roll.
Present: Board Members Dan Roe, Robert Willmus,
Tammy McGehee, Jason Etten and Lisa Laliberte
Election of Officers
moved, Member Etten seconded, appointment of Member Roe as Chairperson of the
RHRA for 2016.
Etten, McGehee, Laliberte and Roe.
moved, Member Laliberte seconded, appointment of Member Willmus as Acting
Chairperson of the RHRA for 2016.
moved, Member Willmus seconded, appointment of Member Laliberte as Secretary of
the RHRA for 2016.
Approval of Agenda
moved, Member Laliberte seconded, approval of the meeting agenda as presented.
Approval of Minutes
moved, Member McGehee seconded, approval of the October 1, 2015 RHRA Meeting
Minutes as presented.
Business Items (Action Items)
Chair Roe asked
City Manager Trudgeon to review those projects and programs scheduled to
transfer to the Roseville Economic Development Authority (REDA), as detailed in
the Request for RHRA Action and attachments dated January 4, 2016. City
Manager Trudgeon noted additional discussion would ensue specific to these
programs and functions at a later date, currently scheduled at the City Council
meeting of February 8, 2016.
moved, Member Willmus seconded, adoption of RHRA Resolution No. 65 entitled, "Resolution
Relating to the Transfer of HRA Projects and Programs to the Roseville Economic
Development Authority;" transferring projects and programs to the Roseville
Economic Development Authority (REDA).
Councilmember Laliberte expressed
interest in having the discussion about those projects and programs sooner
rather than later to address any items requiring additional staff time or reallocation
of reserves to inform future actions.
Councilmember Etten agreed;
however, in his review of programs, other than some larger issues (e.g. SE
Roseville), staff would typically continue on with their efforts based on their
procedural tie or studies initiated by the previous RHRA.
moved, Member Laliberte seconded, adjourning the meeting at approximately 6:15