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ANAHEIM CITY COUNCIL REGULAR AND <br /> REGULAR AJOURNED MEETING OF JANUARY 26, 2016 <br /> The regular meeting of January 26, 2016 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 January 26, 2016 was called to <br /> order at 5:05 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 January 22, 2016. <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 Carl McAuley, The Rock <br /> FLAG SALUTE: Mayor Pro Tern Lucille Kring <br /> ACCEPTANCE OF OTHER RECOGNITIONS (To be presented at a later date): <br /> Proclaiming February 2016, as American Heart Month <br /> Proclaiming February 2016, as Black History Month <br /> Shedrick Collins, Orange County Heritage Council, announced the 36th Annual Black History <br /> Parade and Cultural Faire would take place in Downtown Anaheim next Saturday, inviting all to <br /> attend. <br /> Proclaiming February 2016, as Career and Technical Education Month <br /> Proclaiming February 2016, as Make Kindness Contagious Month <br /> Proclaiming February 4, 2016, as World Cancer Day <br /> ADDITIONS/DELETIONS TO THE AGENDA: <br /> City Clerk, Linda Andal, advised of staff's request to continue Agenda Item No. 31, Sister City <br /> Commission appointment, to February 9th. With the consent of Council, Item No. 31, Sister City <br /> Commission appointment was continued to February 9, 2016. <br /> PUBLIC COMMENTS (all agenda items, except public hearings): Prior to receipt of public <br /> comments, a brief decorum statement was provided by City Clerk, Linda Andal. <br /> Cecil Jordan Corkern quoted the scripture and spoke to the need for medical shelters for the <br /> homeless. <br /> Mark Daniels addressed the city's Pilot Public Safety Program, urging members of the <br /> community who were interested to attend the March 10th meeting to consider items of interest to <br /> the public, including body cameras and police-involved fatalities. <br />