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Mr. Gerald Breazeale

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Manager

City
 
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Treasurer
    Morrow County
  • Member
    The Planning Commission
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Staff present: City Manager Gerald ...
cityofirrigon.org, 19 Mar 2013 [cached]
Staff present: City Manager Gerald Breazeale, City Clerk Penny Moore, Public Works Director Keith White, and City Attorney Bill Kuhn.
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Mayor Burns addressed the Council for support in a retirement dinner for Jerry, to authorize the city to spend up to $300 to be used for room rental, equipment for entertainment, tickets, postage, etc.
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City Manager Breazeale ask if the conversion of the septic tanks on the south side would be complete before they leave town.
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City Manager Breazeale stated that a lot of the work that is being done on the north side won't be connected until the lift station is functional.
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Manager Breazeale stated that this contractor is the best the city has worked with, there have been zero complaints.
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Manager Breazeale stated that the LUBGWMA meeting in February was very positive with participants agreeing to work on the educating the water users. One project was to send nitrate test strips to outreach physicians and clinics and also look for private well users to test with strips at their home and see if it may have a nitrate level to be of concern. Nitrates are dangerous to infants.
10. Urban Growth Boundary JMA IGA Report
Manager Breazeale met with Carla McLane and Layne Wolfmueller and they reviewed the JMA draft and will make some changes.
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Manager Breazeale stated that the keys and locks have been re-keyed. There was a letter from Irrigon Chamber of Commerce President Vicki Volk stating that she was not happy with the policy change that the Council passed last month in February.
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City Manager Breazeale stated that the parking lot was approved and two proposals have been received, one from Mears Design ($9,180.) and the other from JUB ($7,474.). Mears Design from Portland includes landscaping; JUB is working in the city at this time and more local.
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Manager Breazeale stated that would require an ordinance. Council Theisen would like to see a rough outline of a not a thru street plan.
Manager Breazeale stated that the planning commission approved the Oregon Trail RV Park expansion requiring 27' of paving adjacent to the development of Washington Avenue and Thirteenth Street from the development south to Hwy 730.
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David Burns, Mayor Gerald W. Breazeale, City Manager
Staff Present: City Manager Gerald ...
cityofirrigon.org, 18 Dec 2012 [cached]
Staff Present: City Manager Gerald Breazeale, Finance Officer Amanda Slawson, and Public Works Director Keith White.
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City manager Jerry Breazeale explained that the sewer conversion project that was put out for bid is to remove the existing septic tank effluent system and upgrade to the conventional effluent system.
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Jerry Breazeale explained that the city council has had about 4 months.
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City Manager Jerry Breazeale explained that it would all depend on the size of the project and what grants are available, which are becoming harder to obtain.
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Jerry Breazeale explained that it is due to where the City of Hermiston is in their cycle for infrastructure replacement.
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On December 10, 2012 the city's Public Works Director Keith White and City Manager Jerry Breazeale met with Carla McLane and Lane Wolfmueller from the Morrow County Planning Department.
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Jerry Breazeale stated that he believes that the discussions were very fruitful and he has high hopes that in the end Morrow County and the City of Irrigon will be able to develop a workable plan that will work for both Morrow County and the City of Irrigon.
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City Manager Jerry Breazeale was invited to participate in a transportation planning session for the Depot on January 3rd. He was invited because of the close proximity of Irrigon to the Depot and because of the potential transportation options it could offer the citizens of Irrigon.
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City manager Jerry Breazeale explained that the city council has been trying to do so.
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City Manager Breazeale explained that the city council has already requested that financial information to be presented to the public.
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The current city manager Jerry Breazeale has announced his retirement as of July 1, 2013 and the city council is in the process of determining how it will recruit a new city manager.
MINUTES OF THE CITY OF HEPPNER CITY COUNCIL MEETING
www.heppner.net, 13 June 2005 [cached]
City Manager, Jerry Breazeale
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2) Mr. Breazeale reported several additions to the agenda:
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According to Mr. Van Cleave, Mr. Breazeale had asked Mr. Ferguson and Mr. Nutter to meet weekly to discuss the status of the water project.
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Mr. Baker asked who fields complaints from citizens and Mr. Breazeale stated that the city does.
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Mr. Breazeale also stated that if there is enough contingency money, some of the deletions will be added in at the end of the project..
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According to Mr. Breazeale, the pipe on Gale Street is 8" and on Riverside, the pipe is 12" because Riverside is zoned commercial and the larger pipe will allow for future development and larger fireflow.
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According to Mr. Ferguson, the bills are submitted at the end of every month and reviewed by Mr. Ferguson, Mr. Breazeale, and Mr. Nutter.
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Mr. Breazeale stated that an addition had to be done on Morgan Street.
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According to Mr. Breazeale, they do not.
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Mr. Breazeale agreed to write the letter.
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Mr. Breazeale stated that there is $6,000 included in the budget from State Revenue Sharing for this purpose.
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Mr. Baker asked about whether this was for exclusive use and Mr. Breazeale stated that exclusive use of the park is rarely granted.
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According to Mr. Breazeale, these issues will be referred to the Parks and Lands and Beautification Commissions.
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According to Mr. Breazeale, this hearing is to give people from the public an opportunity to put in a request to use the funds that are applied to the city from the state revenue sharing. The only request received has been from the Chamber of Commerce for $6,000 to fund a part-time employee for the Chamber office. This has been approved by the Budget Committee. Mr. Koffler inquired as to the total amount of the revenue sharing and Mr. Breazeale stated that it is approximately $7,000.
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Mr. Breazeale stated that there are some suggested changes to the budget.
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In answer to a question from Mr. Wolff as to why this is run through the reserve account, Mr. Breazeale explained that this is a capital expense.
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According to Mr. Breazeale, this was specified in the contract with the Sheriff's department, and sick leave/vacation time were included in the hours.
B) Police Commission - May 26, next meeting June 30.
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Mr. Breazeale explained that one of the problems is that Public Works will mark where a line is supposed to be and then dig in that spot and there is no line. This will be corrected when the water project is completed and all locations will be mapped and tracer-wired.
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Mr. Breazeale stated that there should be a big improvement on this by the end of July.
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Mr. Breazeale stated that because of the wet weather, collections are behind, but it this is not a cause for concern.
3) Mr. Breazeale informed the council that the city is advertising for a part-time worker to water the planters during the summer season.
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Mr. Breazeale reported that the monthly conference call on this subject was held on June 8. Everything is on schedule. The contractor was on leave, but they should have the hydrology hydrolics done by the end of June. Mr. Breazeale hopes to have a map by the next Council meeting.
B) UGB Adjustment Project - Status report. Mr. Breazeale reported that he had just learned that the consultant who was hired to do the staff report is very ill and will not be able to complete the report. Mr. Breazeale would like to know if the Council wants to proceed and hire another consultant. The County will have to agree to this. Consensus of the Council was to proceed with the project and hire another consultant.
C) Intergovernmental Agreement #22,507 Walkway/Bikeway Project. According to Mr. Breazeale, this is the $50,000 grant from the State of Oregon to extend the sidewalk on North Main Street.
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Mr. Breazeale explained the purposes of the ordinance, and that variances could be applied for. He stated that if there are no changes, this will come before the Council at the July meeting.
E) Resolution No. _____, A Resolution Authorizing the Treasurer of Morrow County Invest the Funds of the City of Heppner Pursuant to ORS 294.035, 294.125 and Other General Authorizations.
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Discussion: Mr. Baker asked for the reasoning as to why this is done and Mr. Breazeale explained that this is done every year so that the City can receive a larger return on their funds.
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Mr. Breazeale suggested forming a finance committee to meet prior to the Council meeting review the accounts payable and recommend Council action.
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According to Mr. Breazeale, this is governed by laws, regulations, ordinances, and normal and usual expenditures of city money. Mr. Koffler asked Mr. Breazeale if he approves the bills before Ms. Devin pays them. Mr. Breazeale stated that he approves all bills by signature before they are paid.
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Mr. Breazeale reported that the City is on track.
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Mr. Breazeale would like the Housing Authority Board to understand everything that is taking place. He explained that the Housing Authority was formed to be responsible for approving bills, etc. According to Mr. Breazeale, the City cannot walk away from this since the taxpayers are ultimately responsible for making the payments.
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The County plans to construct a new building for use as a dormitory, and other purposes, and Mr. Breazeale had been working with Carla McClain, County Planning, on the procedures for construction and annexation into the city.
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Mr. Breazeale has talked to the cemetery about a letter of agreement on the city receiving Bruce Kelly Way from the Corps of Engineers.
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Mr. Breazeale has indicated that to get the Corps to deed this property over to the city, they need to be told that the city needs the property for a bike-way, walk-way, emergency road throughway that we need access from one end to the other openable.
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Mr. Breazeale stated that one of the City's goals for this year was to obtain rights to use the Corps' road.
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Mr. Breazeale stated that if there were any upgrade and maintenance, it would be at the City's expense. The City would like a long term easement to use the road. The Council agreed that it does not want full year-round access to downtown. According to Mr. Breazeale, the City could write a letter to the cemetery district stating that the City does not require full access.
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According to Mr. Breazeale, one bond was paid off in 2004, but no individual funds were available because there are some debt structures on other bonds that changed.
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According to Mr. Breazeale, CenturyTel has been sent the required 180 days notice, but to date there has been no response.
"We wanted to preserve the old ...
www.hermistonherald.com, 19 June 2007 [cached]
"We wanted to preserve the old building," said Irrigon City Manager Gerald Breazeale, who is also an I.M.A.C. member."Another reason I.M.A.C. was formed was to promote arts and culture in our area.We think it's a really good project to get going on."
I.M.A.C. plans to use some of the rooms for art galleries and others for classes or studios such as pottery, music, dance, and other artistic activities.
"We have a good opportunity to preserve the old building , use it to promote the arts," Breazeale said.
Untitled Document
www.heppner.net, 13 Nov 2000 [cached]
PRESENT: Mayor Bob Jepsen; Council Members: Tim Van Cleave, Rita Hedman, Jerri Sly, Tom Wolff, Skip Matthews; City Manager Jerry Breazeale; Police Chief Doug Rathbun; Fire Chief Rusty Estes; City Attorney, Bill Kuhn.
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Manager Breazeale noted that he had several additions to the agenda: 7M) County Housing Web Page; 8A) Ballot Measure No. 7; 9D) Needs, Issues and Inventory - Morrow County. Manager Breazeale announced that Nova Sweeney will be recording and transcribing the Council Minutes for the next couple of months while the present clerk is off on maternity leave.
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EXECUTIVE SESION TOEVALUATE CITY MANAGER . Motion by Councilman Wolff to approve the evaluation of City Manager Breazeale at a rating of above standard, and to approve the compensation consistent with City Policy- in Resolution 413-2000. Seconded by Councilman Van Cleave. MOTION CARRIED.
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Manager Breazeale noted that he had received several pieces of correspondence. The first was a letter from GEODC (Greater Eastern Oregon Development Corporation). Manager Breazeale requested the Council's support in (his) sending a letter to GEODC supporting their Microbusiness Loan Fund. The fund will assist small businesses in the GEODC district with start-ups and expansion. Motion made by Councilman Wolff to send GEODC a letter of support from the Heppner City Council/City Manager Gerald Breazeale. Seconded by Councilwoman Sly. MOTION CARRIED.
The next item of correspondence was a card of thanks from Councilwoman Robinson for the flowers she received from the City Council.
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Manager Breazeale offered additional information.
Manager Breazeale mentioned that the City had been working diligently to replace any bad water meters at residential locations.
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Manager Breazeale mentioned that the data was beneficial to the City's plans for water system improvements and demonstrated where shut off valves were needed at hydrants.
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A Resolution Approving Accounts Payable for Payment . Manager Breazeale noted that enclosed in the Council's packet was a list of current billings.
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The Oregon Downtown Association notified Manager Breazeale that the City of Heppner had been successful in receiving the Special Image and Marketing project. Through this ODDA sponsored special project, our community will receive assistance in developing a comprehensive downtown image development and marketing plan. A local committee is necessary to identify the specifics that represent/identify Heppner. Manager Breazeale has contacted our local business people to participate in this committee.
C) Special Cities Allotment Grant. Manager Breazeale informed the Council that Heppner had received notice from the Department of Transportation to approve our proposed project for construction on Water Street.
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Manager Breazeale noted that the meeting held October 28th was attended by twenty two people. This procedural meeting was interesting and beneficial, allowing everyone attending to become involved in the design process. Manager Breazeale felt that there had been adequate publicity advertising the meeting.
He discussed the City's Web Page, and pointed out that the City had an ongoing news letter offering information to help keep citizens aware of what is new, different, or exciting in Heppner. City Treasurer Devin has printed copies of the newsletter available at City Hall for those people who are not able to access a computer web site.
E) Resolution Number 439-2000. A Resolution Establishing Fees for Processing Liquor Licenses . Manager Breazeale noted that the application fee for obtaining a liquor license was limited to $25.
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Manager Breazeale explained that in the last meeting, a review of the goals, needs, and issues list that the City has regarding it's Strategic Plan was discussed. The November 14th meeting will finalize these ideas in support of funding research.
G) Morrow Leadership 2000. Manager Breazeale stated that the last meeting will be held on November 15th. There will be a graduation ceremony for those completing the course. The course has been very well attended and received, and has resulted in additional community networking.
H) Temporary Suspension of Commission Meetings . Manager Breazeale stated that the ODDA project was going to require a lot of his time. He requested that the Commission Meetings be suspended until March of 2001. Any important issues would require the scheduling of a meeting to address those issues. The Council had no objections, and offered their approval.
I) Heppner Post Office. Manager Breazeale mentioned that the City is continuing to receive complaints regarding the Heppner Post Office.
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Manager Breazeale pointed out that the Council members had copies of the Budget Report included in their packets. Manager Breazeale discussed the possibility that the City may not have enough beginning cash to start off the next year. He requested that the Budget Committee reconvene early this next month to look into options and ways to address these potential problems.
Councilman Wolff asked for a year-to-date budget, or a monthly (cash flow spread sheet) breakdown of all monthly revenues. He felt that this type of monthly report would be more specific, and volunteered his time and professional expertise in setting up such a program. The Council agreed that a Budget Committee Meeting would be appropriate at this time, and agreed that December 18th would work for all involved.
K) Annual Audit Results. Manager Breazeale stated that the City had come through their annual financial audit with no problems.
L) Meeting With Port of Morrow/Stanford Chemical . Manager Breazeale mentioned that the City of Heppner had been invited to a meeting with the Port regarding the new urea plant being built by Stanford Chemical Company.
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C) HEDC (Willow Creek Valley Economic Group) Current Activities . Councilman Wolff explained that the group was working with David Sykes, Darryl Raver, and Jerry Breazeale on the Zero Money Marketing Plan created by David Sykes.
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