PROCESS TO PROVIDE PUBLIC COMMENT:
IN PERSON: Any members of the public wishing to register to speak on/support/oppose an agenda item
can register in person at the meeting using paper registration forms. IT IS HIGHLY ENCOURAGED TO
REGISTER VIA THE ZOOM LINK ABOVE EVEN IF YOU PLAN ON ATTENDING IN PERSON.
In person registrations to provide public comment will be accepted throughout the meeting.
VIRTUAL: Any members of the public wishing to register to speak on/support/oppose an agenda item
MUST REGISTER USING THE LINK ABOVE (even if you plan to attend using your phone). Virtual
registrations to provide public comment will be accepted until 30 minutes prior to the beginning of the
In order to testify (provide public comment) virtually, you must be in attendance at the meeting via Zoom
or phone, you will then either be unmuted or promoted to a panelist and provided time to speak to the
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A. Call To Order
Meeting called to order at 5:34 p.m.
Supervisor appearing virtually: Supervisor Eicher
YGP Members M. Miller and R. Rataj in person.
Others present: K. Barrett, G. Brockmeyer, A. Brown, C. Clark-Bernhardt, R.
Frank-Loron, B. Freeman, D. Lowndes, C. Nygaard, C. Pabellon and S. Stavn.
RICHELLE ANDRAE, JEFF WEIGAND, ANALIESE EICHER, ANTHONY GRAY,
APRIL KIGEYA, DANA PELLEBON and RICK ROSE
A motion was made by WEIGAND, seconded by GRAY, requiring 3/4 vote to
suspend the rules by allowing the public to speak for five minutes. The motion
carried by a voice vote. 7-0
Members of the public that registered to speak on the Presentation from the
Commission on Sensitive Crimes were: Douglas Alexander, Lisa McCormick, David Oie,
Susan Welton, Marlene Sorenson, Kenton Sorenson, Stephen German and Rita
Jan Miyasaki, Detective Lazami, Supervisor Pellebon, Beth Freeman, and Sharyl Kato
presented on the Commission on Sensitive Crimes.
C. Consideration of Minutes