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ANAHEIM CITY COUNCIL REGULAR <br /> AJOURNED MEETING OF OCTOBER 6, 2015 <br /> The regular meeting of October 6, 2015 was called to order at 3:00 P.M. and adjourned to 5:00 <br /> P.M. for lack of a quorum. The regular adjourned meeting of October 6, 2015 was called to <br /> order at 5:08 P.M. in the chambers of Anaheim City Hall, located at 200 S. Anaheim Boulevard. <br /> The meeting notice, agenda and related materials were duly posted on October 2, 2015. <br /> PRESENT: Mayor Tom Tait and Council Members: Jordan Brandman, Lucille Kring, Kris <br /> Murray and James Vanderbilt. <br /> STAFF PRESENT: City Manager Paul Emery, City Attorney Michael Houston and City Clerk <br /> Linda Andal. <br /> INVOCATION: Pastor Gary Beebe, Community of Christ Church <br /> FLAG SALUTE: Council Member James Vanderbilt <br /> PRESENTATION: Recognize the winner of the Battle of the Bands <br /> Mayor Tait remarked the Community Services Department established the first Battle of the <br /> Bands with a requirement that at least two members of the band be Anaheim residents. The <br /> winning band, Detour 91, would receive a $500 scholarship from the Anaheim Community <br /> Foundation, Disneyland Park passes and studio time to record two songs. Janis Heckel, <br /> Community Services Superintendent, explained this program was another opportunity to feature <br /> the talented youth of the community and introduced the band members. <br /> ACCEPTANCE OF OTHER RECOGNITIONS (To be presented at a later date): <br /> Declaring October 2015, as National Arts and Humanities Month <br /> Declaring October 2015, as Domestic Violence Awareness Month <br /> Lt. James Kazakos, Director of the Orange County Family Justice Center, remarked the Center <br /> addressed domestic violence, child abuse, elder/dependent abuse and sexual assault and was <br /> committed to doing as much as possible to break the cycle of family crime. Mayor Tait <br /> welcomed Tracy Theodore, the new executive director of the OC Family Justice Center <br /> Foundation. <br /> Declaring October 2015, as Filipino American History Month <br /> Declaring October 4— 10, 2015, as Fire Prevention Week <br /> Fire Marshall Jeff Lutz remarked this year's theme was "Hear the Beep", a reminder of the need <br /> for working fire alarms, and apprised the community of the Home Safety Assessment visit <br /> available to all for information on fire prevention and smoke alarm programs. <br /> Declaring October 4— 10, 2015, as Public Power Week <br /> Janet Lonneker, Assistant General Manager, Electric Services, invited the community to attend <br /> this week's Downtown Farmer' Market, where information on products, rebates and programs <br /> was available for Anaheim residents and businesses as part of Public Power Week. <br />
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