VNC Administrative Committee Meeting Agenda

03/12/2012 - 7:00pm
03/12/2012 - 9:30pm

Extra Space Storage, Presidents Row Room
658 South Venice Blvd, Venice, 90291
Monday, March 12, 2012 at 7:00 PM

1. Call to Order and Roll Call

2. Approval of the Administrative Committee Agenda

3. Approval of outstanding Administrative Committee minutes
http://venicenc.org/files/120212VNCAdministrativeCommitteeMinutes.pdf

4. Announcements & Public Comment on items not on the Agenda

5. Old Administrative Committee Business

A Request to make the Agenda Request conform to bylaws DeDe Audet
daudet@ca.rr.com

Venice Neighborhood Council Board Standing Rules & Committee Guidelines
August 17, 2010

7. Administrative Committee Amended 100817

All agenda requests & supporting documents must be submitted to the Secretary no later than 7:00PM three (3) days prior to the posting deadline for the Administrative Committee meeting (five days prior to said meeting). Any request not received by the Secretary as indicated above will not be considered and will be held until the next meeting. • Board Members & Committees must use the Online Agenda Request Form. • An Online Agenda Request Form must include contact information, item title,

Any letter requests shall include the names and addresses of proposed recipients. Proponents of the letter shall prepare it as decided by the board and email it to the President for review, edit and signature. The President shall return the approved version by email to the proponents with a copy to the Secretary for VNC records. Proponents of the letter shall then copy and send the approved letter.

The chair of the Administrative Committee may supersede this rule.

6. New Administrative Committee Business

A Request to place item on 3.20.12 VNC Agenda: arrived after deadline:
Lawrence P. Moody pmoody67@yahoo.com

MOTION: My neighbors and I would the City of Venice to put a left turn signal light at the intersection of Brooks & Pacific ave. There has been far to many accidents at this intersection and opposes a great danger to the community. Along with the left turn light we are also asking for the left lane in each direction of pacific & brooks be designated as a turning lane. Thank you, PS Please the longer we wait, more accidents will continue to happen and cause fatal injury.

B Approval of Mission Statement for proposed AdHoc Election Committee Ivan
Spiegel Parliamentarial@venicenc.org
The Administrative Committee approves the following Mission Statement for a proposed AdHoc Election Committee: The VNC Election Committee shall be responsible for overseeing all aspects of the 2012-2013 VNC Elections including, but not limited to: development of election rules, setting the timetable for election events and deadlines, recruitment and orientation of candidates, coordination with Independent Election Administrator and DONE, and supervision of polling place and tabulation of ballots

C Consideration and approval of March 20, 2012 Proposed Board Agenda

7. Adjourn

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DRAFT Board of Officer Meeting Agenda

Westminster Elementary School (Auditorium)
1010 Abbot Kinney Blvd, Venice, 90291
Tuesday, March 20, 2012 at 7:00 PM

1. Call to Order and Roll Call (7:00PM – 5 minutes)
2. Approval of the Agenda (7:05PM – 5 minutes)

3. Approval of Outstanding Board Minutes (7:10PM – 5 minutes)
http://venicenc.org/files/120221BoardMinutesDraft.pdf

Announcements & Public Comment on items not on the Agenda
[5 speakers, no more than 1 minute per person – no Board member announcements permitted]

4. Consent Calendar (7:20PM – 5 minutes) [No discussion or Public Comment. Items may be removed and it will go to the end of the agenda]

A REC motion to provide paper agenda request forms at Board meeting Ira Koslow
on behalf of REC (ira.koslow@venicenc.org)

MOTION: The VNC shall provide paper agenda request forms at all VNC Board meetings.

B REC motion for agenda request to be acknowledged Ira Koslow on behalf of REC
(ira.koslow@venicenc.org)

MOTION: The VNC shall revise the online agenda request process on the VNC website to provide stakeholders who submit agenda requests electronically with an automatic response acknowledging receipt with a copy of the submission.

C Scheduling ratification elections at March Board meeting Ira Koslow on behalf of
REC (ira.koslow@venicenc.org)

MOTION: We need to hold ratification elections for all replacement Board members and to ratify the reformatted Bylaws.

D Motion to send a letter to the Mayor, Councilman Rosendahl and City Council, and the CAO urging no further cuts to Neighborhood Council funding in the 2012-2013 Budget. Linda Lucks (President@Venicenc.org, and Marc Saltzberg (VicePresident@Venicenc.org)

E Motion to send a letter to the Mayor, Councilman Rosendahl and the City
Department of Recreation and Parks Department to increase the budget for Summer Venice Beach area maintenance and staff for purposes of trash pick up and bathroom maintenance. Linda Lucks (President@Venicenc.org, Marc Saltzberg (VicePresident@Venicenc.org)

F VNC Board Support for Legislation Supporting Venice Post Office, Jed Pauker (jed.pauker@venicenc.org) [EXHIBIT]

MOTION: The VNC Board approve a letter to be sent to US Senators Dianne Feinstein and Barbara Boxer, and US Representatives Janice Hahn and Henry Waxman, asking their support of pending legislation (HR and SB )to address and resolve the Post Office crisis in Venice and elsewhere.

G Support for Liaison between LADOT and Westside Communities (Marc Saltzberg,
Daffodil Tyminski, Nick Hippesley-Coxe on behalf of the Neighborhood Committee and Public Safety Committee (vicepresident@VenicenNC.org, daffodil.tyminski@venicenc.org) [EXHIBIT]

MOTION: Whereas, the Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT) has appointed a liaison to Westside communities in the past (last filled by Mo Blorfroshan), and in December, 2011, 11th District Los Angeles City Council Member Bill Rosendahl requested this appointment to be renewed, and

Whereas, having a liaison will allow LADOT to proactively work with communities to resolve traffic problems before they rise to the level of accidents involving personal injury and property damage;

Therefore, be it resolved, the Venice Neighborhood Council supports 11th District Los Angeles City Councilman Bill Rosendahl’s request for a liaison between LADOT and the 11th City Council District.

H Request for Accident and Traffic Speed Data from LADOT Marc Saltzberg, Daffodil
Tyminski, Nick Hippesley-Coxe on behalf of the Neighborhood Committee and Public Safety Committee vicepresident@VenicenNC.org, daffodil.tyminski@venicenc.org
[EXHIBIT]
MOTION: Whereas, the Venice Neighborhood Council is concerned about reports of accidents and near accidents between motorists, bicycles and pedestrians on Pacific Ave, north of Washington to the Santa Monica border; and on Washington Blvd. between Pacific Ave. and Ocean Ave., and

Whereas, many of these incidents appear to involve excessive vehicle speed;

Whereas, the Venice Neighborhood Council needs better data to fulfill its advisory role in making recommendations concerning traffic and traffic safety;

Therefore, be it resolved, the Venice Neighborhood Council requests the Los Angeles Department of Transportation to provide accident and traffic speed data for Pacific Ave, north of Washington Blvd. to the Santa Monica border and on Washington Blvd. between Pacific Ave. and Ocean Ave. and,

The Venice Neighborhood Council asks the Los Angeles Department of Transportation and LA City Council District 11 to partner with it to study and develop possible solutions to the traffic safety hazards along Pacific Ave. between Washington Blvd and the Santa Monica border.

5. Scheduled Announcements (7:25PM –85 minutes) [No discussion or Public Comment]

A Venice NC Town Hall Thursday, April(1 minute) The Emergence of Silicon
Beach – Westminster School Auditorium, 1010 Abbot Kinney Blvd. 6:30-8:30PM Matt
Kline (Matt.kline@Venicenc.org)

B Zev Yaroslavsky, LA County Board Supervisor (45 Minutes)
(http://zev.lacounty.gov)213-974-333 Zev@ , FGKrisiloff@
Supervisor Yaroslavsky represents all of the Westside and parts of the San Fernando
Valley. He has jurisdiction over the LA County Beaches and Harbors Department which manages Venice Beach as well as the Department of Mental Health and homeless services.

C Results of Venice Chronic Homeless Intervention Project (10 Minutes) Va Lecia Adams on behalf of the St. Joseph Center vadams@stjosephctr.org
A presentation at the March VNC meeting on the results of the first two years of the
Venice Chronic Homeless Intervention Project, which targets the most vulnerable chronically homeless individuals in the community.

D PATH (People Assisting the Homeless) (3 minutes) Update on Councilman
Rosendahl’s Roadmap to Homes Program, Joel Roberts, Joel.Roberts@epath.org), Tomasz Babiszkiewicz (tomaszb@epath.org); This report includes statistics on the number of people placed in permanent and temporary housing as well as the numbers of people in process.

E Public Safety – LAPD Report (10 minutes): Lt. Paola Kreeft, Venice
Beach Detail; Senior Lead Officers Peggy Thusing/Theresa Skinner/Gregg
Jacobus, (310-622-3968; 25120@lapd.lacity.org, 35162@lapd.lacity.org, 31142@lapd.lacity.org). This report includes crime reports, updates on the status enforcement of the OFW Vending ordinance (LAMC 42.15) and new rules regarding the closure of Ocean Front Walk from Midnight to 5 a.m.

F Announcement of Home Ec’s pop-up house (5 minutes) Jared Levy on behalf of Home Ec Inc. (jared@home-ec.us) [EXHIBIT]
I am a long time resident of Venice and have been working to start-up a new green company that will design and sell energy efficient, affordable prefab homes. We are very excited to have the potential opportunity to set up a small prototype home, or “pop-up” house, on a city owned vacant lot in Venice and are exploring the possibility of a short-term lease with the city. Our pop-up home will be built off site in a factory and delivered to the property. We will be able to deliver and set the home up on the lot in a day – and it can just as easily be dismantled and moved out.

We will be partnering with other like-minded local, green businesses in Venice to stage a series of educational seminars and discussions for the community about green building and sustainability, highlighting local suppliers of green products and technologies. We will email a copy of the City Council Motion as well as a supporting document. Thank you for your consideration.

G Governmental Reports (10 Minutes)
● U.S. Congress Representative Janice Hahn, Deputy Natalie Rodgers, (Natalie.Rodgers@mail.house.gov) 310-831-1799
● State Senator Ted Lieu, Representative, Veronica Zendejas (Veronica.Zendejas@sen.ca.gov) 310-318-6994
● State Assemblyperson Betsy Butler, Representative, Stephanie Romero, Stephanie.Romero@asm.gov 310-615-3515
● LA County Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky, 213-974-3333
● Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa; Joseph Hari, West Area Representative (Joseph.Hari@lacity.org) 310-479-3823
● City Councilperson Bill Rosendahl: Cecilia Castillo, Field Deputy (310-568-8772); (Cecilia.castillo@lacity.org); Arturo Pina, District Director (Arturo.Pina@lacity.org)

Announcements & Public Comment on items not on the Agenda
[5 speakers, no more than 1 minute per person – no Board member announcements permitted]

6. Old Business (8:50 — 20 minutes)
[Discussion and possible Action]

A Report from Communications Committee on new Venice NC web site design and
scheduled launch date (10 minutes) Brennan Lindner, Scot Kramarich (communications@Venicenc.org, Scot.Kramarich@Venicenc.org)

B Election to fill Board Community Outreach Officer vacancy and Ad Com Seat
(10 Minutes)

Outreach Officer Matt Kline (matt.kline@Venicenc.org)

Ad Com Open Seat

7. Land Use and Planning Committee Motions (9:10 — 90 minutes)
[Discussion and possible action]
A 609-1/2 Rose Ave, “Unnamed Bar/Restaurant” Jake Kaufman on
behalf of LUPC (chair-lupc@venicenc.org) [EXHIBIT]

ZA-2010-3387-CUB-CDP
Appeal to ZA Determination on Change of Use and CUB at 609-1/2 Rose Ave.
Staff, Jim Murez

MOTION: The VNC supports the Appeal of ZA-2010-3387-CUB-CDP based upon the justification of the appeal and that the applicant misrepresented the information that was presented to the VNC Board. There are several discrepancies and the project does not comply with the VSP for the following reasons:
1) Does not comply with parking,
2) Did not have a determination that an intensification of use exists as defined by the VSP,
3) Additionally, two of the on-site existing parking spaces are leased under a pre-existing recorded agreement and were represented as available to the project required parking.
Motion made by Jim Murez, Seconded by Sarah Dennison PASSED 6-0

B 522 Venice Blvd, “Unnamed Project” Jake Kaufman on behalf of LUPC (chair-lupc@venicenc.org) [EXHIBIT]

ENV-2009-2489-EAF & VTT-70870
12 UNIT SMALL LOT SUBDIVISION WITH NEW CONSTRUCTION
Staff, Sarah Dennison
Applicant, LEN JUDAKEN (310) 838-4818

MOTION: to deny the project of the 12 lot Small Lot Sub Division each with a single family dwelling project as presented, and noting:
1. The total density of the lot exceeds the Venice Specific Plan Section 10.G.2.a.(2) by applying the Density in Residential Zones section of the VSP, which the VNC has opposed in the past.
2. It does not comply with the landscape plan for Venice Blvd and Ocean. The project requires the sale to the applicant of public land currently planned for a landscape plan Venice Blvd and where a grant and public matching money have been raised to develop this public park on the corner of Venice, Ocean and Mildred.
3. The roof top structure(s) each exceeds the 100 sq ft limit in the VSP.
4. The Unit Lot 12’s is creating a “Reverse Corner Lot” where the side lot and back lot creating zero set back condition as the front yard would not be on Ocean or Mild
Motion made by Sarah Dennison motion; Seconded by Jay Goldberg.
6-0, passed

C 729 California Ave, “Unnamed Project” Jake Kaufman on
behalf of LUPC (chair-lupc@venicenc.org) [EXHIBIT]

AA-2011-3026-PMLA-SL-SPP & ENV-2011-3027-MND
4 UNIT SMALL LOT SUBDIVISION WITH NEW CONSTRUCTION
Staff, Robert Aronson
Applicant., Bruce Nahid

MOTION: The VNC denies this project as proposed for the following reasons:
1) The project as designed does not create a high quality environment for all the residents.
2) The project does not contain an affordable unit as is required by the VCZSP.
3) The project has 4 units instead of the allowable 2 and are not proposing a 3 units where one is affordable as required by the VCZSP.
4) If the VCZSP allowed four units on this lot, it would require 9 parking spaces, including one guest parking space. The proposed project includes 8 parking spaces and no guest parking space.
5) The project violates the VCZSP because it does not comply with the density, parking and affordable housing requirements of the VCZSP.
6) The project also violates the VCZSP because it is not compatible in character with the density and mass of the neighborhood.
7) The project ignores the prevailing set back in the neighborhood as specified by the Small Lot Sub division guidelines.
8) The project does not mesh well with the existing neighborhood context
9) The project does not enhance the public realm.
10) Where there is a lot area that would allow the additional units 64% of the lots have applied for additional units resulting in the cumulative increase in density of 41%.
Motion was made by Jory Tremblay, Seconded by John Reed
6-1, passed

D 2 Rose Ave, “Venice Ale House” Jake Kaufman on
behalf of LUPC (chair-lupc@venicenc.org) [EXHIBIT]

ZA-2011-2694-CUB-SPP-CDP & ENV-2011-2695-EAF;
CHANGE OF HOURS, SEATING AND CUB CONDITIONS
Staff, Jim Murez
Applicant, Tom Elliott, Spoon Singhm , JONATHAN LONNER (310)420-9165

MOTION: The VNC approves the project as proposed with the following conditions:
1. No variance or exception from parking requirements of VCZSP; in other words, all parking met by existing grandfathered parking rights or by lease agreement at neighboring 305-307 Ocean Front Walk lot. Grandfathered rights are specifically supported here because of the business’s proximity to the City owned Rose parking lot.
2. Hours of operation: 8am-12 Midnight on Weekdays and 8am-2am on Weekends (Friday and Saturday nights). Ocean Front Park laws (closing time) would supersede any conditions for outdoor dining only. These hours are supported because of neighboring business hours of operation and to promote activity and crime reduction in the area.
3. All parking lot signage and lighting shall be done as to not intrude with the neighbors across Speedway.
4. The license for Alcohol shall include the names of each of the business owners in addition to the business name. This is being done to ensure the owners remain on title and responsible for the business operation. Any change in this condition shell trigger a new permit with community hearings.
5. Type 23 License (“incidental use” brewery to support for) on-site sales of beer.
6. Type 47 License for full-line of alcohol, a change from current Type 41 for beer and wine only.
7. All conditions of VNC and LA Alcohol Related Permit Conditions shall apply.
8. All VNC and LA BMP conditions shall apply.
Motion made by Jim Murez, Seconded by Jory Tremblay
7-0, Passed.

E 741 Milwood Ave,“Unnamed Project” Jake Kaufman on
behalf of LUPC (chair-lupc@venicenc.org) [EXHIBIT]

ZA-2011-2968-ZAA & ENV-2011-2969-CE;
2-STORY ADDITION TO EXISTING SFD; DEMO 2-CAR GARAGE; CONSTRUCT NEW 2-STORY CARPORT; REC ROOM AND ROOF DECK.
Staff, Sarah Dennison
DEVIN DONNER (310)860-0081

MOTION: The VNC approves the side yard setback variance request noting:
Side Yard Setback of Single Family Dwelling: Continued maintenance of north side yard setback of 3’-8” and south side yard setback of 4’-0”.
Side Yard Setback Accessory Building: To allow a 0’ north side yard setback for new detached garage and a 2’ side yard setback for new recreation room at second level above in lieu of 4’ setback required.
Because the house to the south is blocking access to light and air, and is not apposed by neighbor to the north.
And as condition of approval, the Front Fence Height bought down to 42” while the gate and pilasters may remain over height as existing.
Motion made by Jake Kaufman, Seconded by Sarah Dennison
7-0, passed.

8. New Business (10:40 — 65 minutes)
[Discussion and possible action]

A Standing Rule 23 – VNC created Task Forces (10 minutes) Ira Koslow on behalf of REC (ira.koslow@venicenc.org)

MOTION: The Rules & Elections Committee moves to add Standing Rule 23 regarding VNC created Task Forces:

Standing Rule 23

A task force is a person or group of people appointed by a person or an entity of the Venice Neighborhood Council formed to carry out a specific task and to report back to the person or entity that created it.

If the task force is appointed by a person, the task force reports back to that person. This task force is not subject to the Brown Act.

If the entity is a VNC committee or the Board or is appointed by a person with the implicit consent of the Board or committee, this task force is subject to the Brown Act. Their findings are made known to the creating body, which then may make recommendations for action items.

B Request for Crosswalk at Washington and Strongs Derive (15 minutes) Marc Saltzberg on behalf of the Neighborhood Committee vicepresident@VenicenNC.org [EXHIBIT]

MOTION: Whereas, the Venice Neighborhood Council is concerned about the potential for traffic accidents resulting from jaywalking across Washington Blvd between the east side of Pacific Ave and Dell Ave, in part because there are no pedestrian crosswalks at any corner along that section of Washington;

Therefore, be it resolved, the Venice Neighborhood Council requests the City of Los Angeles to install a crosswalk at Washington and Strongs Drive, crossing Washington Blvd.

C Request for Crosswalk at Pacific Ave. and 25th Street (15 minutes) Marc Saltzberg on behalf of the Neighborhood Committee vicepresident@VenicenNC.org [EXHIBIT] MOTION: Whereas, the Venice Canals Foundation created an ADA approved public
Beach Access connecting the historic Venice Canals and the Venice Beach using $1900 provided by a Venice Neighborhood Council Community Improvement Project, and

Whereas, the Culver City bus stops at 25th and Pacific and a crosswalk at that location would benefit bus riders, and

Whereas, members of the Venice Canals Foundation met with a representative of DOT in 2008, receiving assurances that implementing an ADA approved crosswalk at 25th and Venice would not be a problem;

Therefore, be it resolved, the Venice Neighborhood Council requests the City of Los Angeles to install a crosswalk at the intersection of Pacific and 25th Ave, crossing Pacific at the newly constructed ADA compliant beach access.

D The LANCC MOTION on the MAP (5 minutes) DeDe Audet daudet@ca.rr.com
[EXHIBIT]

Motion: On February 4, 2012, the LANCC voted to oppose the “first draft” of the maps which were made public by the Los Angeles City Council Redistricting Commission (LACCRC) on January 25, 2012. The recently prepared (February 25, 2012) “final” map (“the map”) of the LACCRC was presented and discussed, in detail, at the regular meeting of the Los Angeles Neighborhood Council Coalition (LANCC) on March 3, 2012.

These deliberations raised a series of concerns for the procedures and practices of the LACCRC by which they arrived at this “new” set of City Council Districts (the map) for the City Council. LANCC recognizes that the map is the core recommendation of the Commission to the City Council.

After hearing these concerns the LANCC made and PASSED by a UNANIMOUS MAJORITY the following MOTION:

Whereas, the current redistricting map was created in a manner that does not conform to law and does not serve the interest of the public, LANCC opposes the current map.

E Formation of Ad Hoc Election Committee (5 minutes) Ivan Spiegel
parliamentarian@venicenc.org

MOTION:The VNC Board shall create an AdHoc Election Committee to administer the VNC Elections during the 2012-2013 Fiscal Year with the following Mission Statement: The VNC Election Committee shall be responsible for overseeing all aspects of the 2012-2013 VNC Elections including, but not limited to: development of election rules, setting the timetable for election events and deadlines, recruitment and orientation of candidates, coordination with Independent Election Administrator and DONE, and supervision of polling place and tabulation of ballots. The Committee shall expire one year from the date of creation.

F REC moves to appoint adhoc Election Committee Ira Koslow on behalf of REC
(ira.koslow@venicenc.org)

MOTION: REC moves to appoint an adhoc committee whose job it is to plan and execute the proposed NC elections in 2012. We nominate Ivan Speigel and Liz Wright as co-chairs of this committee.

G Creation of special fund from Venice Observation Wheel revenues (15 minutes) Ivan Spiegel parliamentarian@venicenc.org

MOTION: The VNC Board requests that Councilman Bill Rosendahl introduce a motion before City Council to require that the Department Of Recreation and Parks establish a special fund from the any anticipated revenues to the City of the Venice Observation Wheel and that control of these funds be given to Council District 11. This motion in no way implies approval of the Observation Wheel process by the VNC. However, should the permits be granted with full community support, these funds shall be earmarked for mitigating the impact that this attraction will cause for Venice residents. A letter citing this motion shall be sent to CD 11, Department of Recreation and Parks, and the City Attorney.

9. VNC Announcements (11:45 —10 Minutes)
● President: Linda Lucks (president@venicenc.org)
A Announcement of VNC Board Retreat: TBD at The Canal Club.
B Report on VNC attendance at the Education & Neighborhoods Committee; Mayor’s
Budget Day, Observation Wheel promoters invited to present at the April VNC Board meeting.
● Vice President Marc Saltzberg (Vicepresident@Venicenc.org)
● LA Alliance of NC’s Representative: Ivan Spiegel, (parliamentarian@venicenc.org)
● Plancheck NC: VNC Rep Challis Macpherson (Challis.Macpherson@Verizon.net)
● LA Dept of Water & Power/Memoranda of Understanding: VNC Rep DeDe Audet (daudet@ca.rr.com)
LAPD Community Police Advisory Board: Daffodil Tyminski (Daffodil.Tyminski@Venicenc.org), Nicolas Hippisley-Coxe, (hippisley@earthlink.net)
● Westside Alliance of Neighborhood Councils- Mike Newhouse, President, Marc Saltzberg , VNC Representatives.

10. Treasurers Report (11:55 – 10 minutes); Hugh Harrison(Treasurer@Venicenc.org) [EXHIBIT]
[Discussion and possible action to approve financial statements and
expenditures]

A Attached are the report on expenditures for the period January 22, 2012, through February 21, 2012, and the itemized purchase card invoice.

B In April the Budget and Finance Committee will be considering the scope of the election outreach encumbrance and realocation of the 2011-2012 budget to be more in alignment with current needs and expectations. Suggestions are welcomed.

C Funds for Venice Japanese-American Memorial Marker (5 minutes) Hugh Harrison on behalf of the Budget Committee (treasurer@venicenc.org)

MOTION: Whereas the Board has approved $1,300 in funding for the commemorative plaque to be part of the Venice Japanese-American Memorial Marker to be erected at Venice and Lincoln, and whereas the completion of the plaque is not scheduled to be completed within the time frame for Community Improvement Project funding, it is moved that the $1,300 in approved funding be reallocated for the Civil Engineering Report required by CalTrans as a condition of approval of the project.

Budget Committee vote: 2-0-1

Announcements & Public Comment on items not on the Agenda
[20 minutes, no more than 1 minute per person – no Board member announcements permitted]

11. Board Member Comments on subject matters within the VNC jurisdiction
(12:05 – 5 min, no more than 1 minute per person]

12. Adjourn (approx. 12:10 AM)

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