How they voted: City councils during the week of Oct. 18

Here's how the Urbana and Champaign city councils voted this week.

Urbana City Council

All council members present to work on this agenda.

Ordinance No. 2010-10-090 Traffic code amendment that requires stop signs on Laurel Drive at Michigan Avenue. Passed 7-0.

Ordinance No. 2010-10-091 Traffic code amendment establishing curb loading zones on Harvey Street. Passed 7-0.

Ordinance No. 2010-10-092 Traffic code amendment prohibiting parking on Fairview Avenue. Passed 7-0.

Ordinance No. 2010-10-095 Traffic code amendment decreasing the speed limit to 25 mph on Stebbins Drive and Division Avenue. Passed 7-0.

Resolution No. 2010-10-028R Would approve a cable franchise agreement with Comcast. Deferred to next meeting.

Champaign City Council

Seven of nine council members present to work on this agenda. Deborah Frank Feinen and Kyle Harrison were absent.

Council bill No. 2010-207 Authorizes a public hearing regarding the 12-year extension of the East Univeristy Avenue tax increment financing district. Passed 6-1 (Gordy Hulten).

Council bill No. 2010-208 Recognizes city employees who reached their 5-, 10-, 15-, 20-, 25- and 30-year anniversaries with the city this year. Passed 7-0.

Council bill No. 2010-209 and Council bill No. 2010-210 Two bills amend plans for a Fourth Street extension from St. Marys Road to Windsor Road. Passed 7-0.

Council bill No. 2010-211 Approves a $177,166 contract with Berns, Clancy and Associates for work on brick streets and sidewalks. Passed 7-0.

Council bill No. 2010-212 Approves a one-year, $110,000 contract with Upkeep Maintenance Service, Inc. for janitorial services at city buildings. Passed 7-0.

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