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City Council

The Yamhill City Council meets on the 2nd Wednesday of the month at 7:00pm.

The Yamhill City Council members are elected city officials and serve as unpaid volunteers for the City.

Yamhill City Council consists of 4 Council members and 1 Mayor.

The current Council is:

  • Mayor Paula Terp
  • Council President Kay Echauri
  • Councilor Jay Disbrow
  • Councilor Jo Weinstein
  • Councilor Rita Gilmore

Next Meeting Agenda

9-10-14 Council Agenda

Council Chambers – 155 E 1st Street
Wednesday, September 10, 2014
7:00 P.M.


1. CALL TO ORDER: Roll Call

2. PUBLIC COMMENT: (This time is provided for persons in the audience on ANY item of City business, except those items which appear on this agenda or refer to land use requests. However, the Council reserves the right to defer any request for action from any persons addressing the Council who have not been placed on the agenda.  Please fill out a card on the front table and return it to the City Recorder.  Comments shall be limited to two to five minutes, at the Mayor's discretion.)

 A. Child ID Program - Matt Newton, agent for New York Life.
 B. Tess Fields, Director of Government Relations- Comcast.

A.    Discuss Timber sale and BLM meeting from August 15, 2014.


A.        None Scheduled 

A.       None Scheduled

6.       NEW BUSINESS:
A. Discuss proposed Settlement Agreement and Release of Claims between the Pitfido’s -Yamhill Station and the City of Yamhill.

7. CONSENT AGENDA:  (The items on the Consent Agenda are normally considered in a single motion. Any item may be removed for separate consideration upon request by any member of the Council.)
A. Approve Council Minutes
(1) Regular Session August 13, 2014
 B. Financial Statements
 C. Approve the following Purchase Order:
  (1) HD Waterworks Supply - $1,727.10 – repair storm catch basins

A.   Police Review– Graven – Monthly report in packets
 B.   Public Works Review – Superintendent Howard – Memo in packets
 1)  Probation review of Public Works Utility Worker.
 C. Mayor/Administration Review
 D. Council Review
 E. Emergency Preparedness Review
A. Vacancy: Planning Commission – 1 member
 Applications are available at City Hall.
B.    September is National Preparedness Month, a yearly campaign led by FEMA designed to encourage all Americans to take simple steps to prepare for emergencies. Learn more at



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Yamhill City Hall

205 S Maple Street
PO Box 9
Yamhill OR 97148

Open Mon - Fri,
8:00am - 5:00pm

(503) 662-3511

(503) 662-4589 Fax

City Council events

Wednesday, October 8, 2014 - 7:00pm

The next Council Meeting  is at Yamhill City Hall, Wednesday, October 8, 2014.  Starts at 7:00 pm