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Amy:

I’ve spoken with both Steve & Mike and they would like the old board to vote on the ordinances associated with last night’s committee meeting.  So the old board will finish up the items from the committee meeting and then the new board will be sworn in.  The answers to your questions are below…

  

From: casj POELKER [mailto:casjpoelker@msn.com]
Sent: Tuesday, April 26, 2011 11:13 AM
To: Matt Conley
Subject: QUESTIONS FOR MONDAY'S VOTING

 

HEY MATT,
 
    JUST HAD SOME QUESTIONS THAT WERE NOT BROUGHT UP LAST NIGHT AT THE MEETING ON THE ITEMS TO BE VOTED ON, SINCE I COULD NOT SPEAK YET AT A COMMITTEE MEETING, IF YOU DON'T MIND...I WAS HOPING YOU COULD ANSWER THEM, SO THAT I CAN FEEL MORE CONFIDENT ABOUT VOTING. KEEP IN MIND WITH MY QUESTIONS THAT THEY ARE NOT MEANT IN ANY OTHER WAY THAN ANSWER'S NEEDED. I DO NOT WANT ANYONE GETTING THE IDEA, THAT I THINK A CERTAIN WAY JUST BECAUSE I ASK QUESTIONS...THE QUESTIONS ARE SIMPLY MEANT SO THAT IF A RESIDENT ASKS ME WHY I VOTED A CERTAIN WAY, I CAN JUSTIFY IT WITH FACTS. 
       THANK YOU IN ADVANCE...
 
A.  WHAT IS OUR SWORN FORCE STRENGTH?  39
     WHAT IS ENTRY LEVEL SALARY AND BENEFITS AND IS THIS WHAT WE WILL BE GIVING THE 1.9(2) OFFICERS HIRED? As of today it is $41,330 plus the City’s FICA cost of $3,161.745 and City’s pension cost of $3,967.68.  Insurance would be whatever the City’s premium is in place when the employee is hired.
     WILL THERE BE ANY COST TO US ABOVE THE AMOUNT OF THE GRANT? Uniforms, body armor etc.… under $1,000 per officer
     ARE THERE ANY EXPECTED RETIREE'S IN THE NEXT 3YRS? Don’t know for sure… I’d guess around a 10 officers are eligible with at least 3 probably retiring when the current Chief’s term is up.
 
B. WONDERING WHEN IS THE EXPECTED DATE WE GO IN THE BLACK FOR THE PURCHASE OF A TRASH TRUCK...  Technically we would go into the “Black” the day we start pickup as the monthly cost of Allied is now $15,162 with increase that will be effective on May 1.   We would “own” the truck in 36 months.
    WHAT IS THE PROJECTED COSTS FOR MANHOURS/GAS/TIRES/OIL/DEPRECIATION/REPAIRS...ETC. THERE MAY BE SOME 2 YEAR RULE THAT YOU NEED TO LOOK INTO THRU ST. LOUIS COUNTY AS YARD WASTE FALLS UNDER TRASH PICK UP AND IF WE DELETE THIS SERVICE FROM OUR CONTRACT WITH ALLIED, HOW MAY THAT AFFECT THE PRICE THE CITIZEN IS PAYING-SINCE ALLIED IS LOSING 14000.00/MONTH I WOULD THINK THEY WOULD WANT TO MAKE THAT UP SOMEHOW, IF NOT THIS YEAR DEFINITLY IN THE NEXT CONTRACT.  Additional man-hours would be 80/week for two part-time employees.  Gas, tire and oil amounts would only be known after the vehicle is in service… depends on routing, tire ware fuel economy when loaded.    Yard  waste is not within the definition of what the County classifies as a “Basic Service”  Yard waste collection was negotiated as an optional add-on to the Allied contract and is not subject to the 2 year rule.  Allied can’t increase the cost during the term of the contract.  The City has the option of soliciting bids for the new contract form any vendor licensed to do business in St. Louis County.
    SINCE THE RESIDENT'S DO NOT CURRENTLY SEE THIS COST ON THEIR BILL-THEY WILL NOT NOTE THE SAVINGS PERSONALLY. AND MOST OF THEM FEEL WE JUST KEEP SPENDING THEIR TAX DOLLARS WITHOUT THOROUGH THOUGHT INTO THE OUTCOME.  The cost to the City to provide the “collection” part of this service is now $15,162 per month.  There is simply no way that we will spend anything close to this amount a month doing it in house with the equipment/staffing being proposed.  The City provides yard waste collection and processing as service to the residents.  The Board of Aldermen certainly can choose to no longer provide this service in order to save a significant amount of tax dollars.  At that point the Board could require residential households to contract with Allied directly for the service or not.   
 
    AS OF THE 2000 CENSUS WE HAD 6554 HOUSING UNITS IN ST. ANN AT $14,000/MTH THAT IS $2.136 PER HOUSEHOLD. The housing unit total in the census number is total housing units including apartment complexes and senior living facilities.. these are not included in the yard waste collection
 
    $20 savings/month to residents?  This figure is in reference the minimum direct out of pocket monthly cost to a resident if they had to pay Allied direct for yard collection and disposal… I.E. if the City got out of the yard waste collection and processing business.   COST OF TRUCK-$102476.00 AT 4% INT. FOR 3YRS. NO ADDITIONAL COST FOR INSURANCE. PAYMENT $2952.40*36=106286.40/3YR= $35428.80/YR FOR 3 YRS. WE PAY ALLIED $14000.00*12=$168000.00/YR SO PENDING MANHOURS/GAS/TIRES/OIL/DEPRECIATION/REPAIRS...ETC  IS WHERE CITY WOULD SEE SAVINGS/HOUSEHOLD
 
C. ON THE LIQUOR LICENSE PAPERWORK THAT WAS ATTACHED FOR 3206 ASHBY QUESTION'S 1-12 WERE MISSING. AND THE YEAR ON HOLY TRINITY'S REQUEST WAS 2010 NOT 2011.  Ashby shouldn’t have been attached.  The letter is what we received from Holy Trinity. 


E. REALISTICALLY WE ARE INCREASING OUR COSTS BY 8720.00/19600.00 IF WE WENT WITH A CO THAT PAYS THE LABOR STANDARDS-- ON THE GRASS TRIMMING, WHICH IS APPROX. A 6 MTH PROJECT 2X/MONTH. IF WE HAVE PART TIMER'S DOING THE JOB NOW(ASSIDE FROM INCREASED HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT-DISCIPLINE) HAVE WE CALCULATED THE EXPECTED AREA'S OF SAVINGS OUT IN ADVANCE AND IF SO WHAT WOULD BE THE ADDITIONAL COST OF MAKING A PART TIMER A FULL TIMER AND GIVING THEM A REASON (OUTSIDE OF INCREASED HUMAN RESOURCE MGMT-DISCIPLINE) TO CARE ABOUT OUR EQUIPMENT AND NOT BREAK IT. The cost to add a full time maintenance worker would be over $30,000/year with benefits.    

ALSO SINCE THIS IS ONLY A 6 MONTH LABOR SAVINGS WHAT IS THE APPROX COST OF THE PROJECTS THE EMPLOYEES WILL BE WORKING ON AND THE EXPECTED SAVINGS.  The issue is that these projects simply will not get done by in house staff as time will not permit.  I would guess that some of the projects could be completed in the same amount of time that it takes a staff member to assemble bid specifications, bid out the project and do the work.    The actual cost “savings” depends the project. As mentioned at the committee meeting the intent is try it for this year and document the outcome and discuss if it should continue for next summer.  Projects would include replacing doors at the community center, extending the concrete pad around pavilion 1-2-3, repairing hockey court, roofing on pavilions.  Some of these projects would trigger the prevailing wage requirement if we contracted them out.
 
F.  JUST A QUICK QUESTION ON THE STREET DRAINS...IS THERE SOME TYPE OF FACIAL PLATE WE COULD PLACE IN THE DRAINS WHERE THE WATER WILL RUN, THAT MIGHT PREVENT THE LEAVES/TRASH FROM GETTING IN THE FILTERS LIKE THE GUTTER LEAF PROTECTOR'S THEY HAVE FOR HOUSES?  The design would be in accordance with whatever MSD requires.  I can have Mark Payken find out.
 
G. IF BUYING HOUSES SCARES OFF DEVELOPER'S, THEN WHAT'S THE LIKELY HOOD THAT WE COULD GET A DEVELOPER FOR THIS PARTICULAR PROJECT. IT'S A HOUSING AREA AND A FLOOD PLANE, YES? WHAT ARE THE DETAILS OF WHAT WE WANT TO DO WITH THIS AREA, I AM NOT UP TO DATE ON THE ASPECTS OF THIS PROJECT. I UNDERSTAND WHY A THOUROUGH STUDY MUST BE DONE, JUST WOULD LIKE TO UNDERSTAND IT BETTER.  A significant number of houses would need to be acquired to put the road through. The road project is to extend PearTree/Natural Bridge through to Cypress.  Property between the road extension and I-70 would then become prime commercial that some developer might be interested in.  The entire area is not in flood area.

4/4/11 MEETING AGENDA

Meeting 4/4/11-
 
     If you click on the above link, you will see the agenda for the meeting. I note 4 items that I do not believe were discussed during open session on 3/28/11 in the notes seen here below. and 1 was added during the meeting. the meeting was closed prior to non agenda comments, when pictures were needed.
 
Special Event- Liberty Tax service. The board decided to table Liberty's request to have a tent and bbq on 4/16 where proceeds would be donated to the food pantry--owner out of town. they did state that tax day was 4/15 but i believe i heard that this year 4/18 is tax due day...check with your tax guy to be sure.
 
F. bill 2797-an ordinance amending ordinance 2704 pertaining to placement of atm machines on city owned property.--needed a licensing fee-passed
 
G. bill 2798- an ordinance to authorize the city administrator to execute agreements for the purchase and equipping of 5 police patrol vehicles.--passed--sherry asked questions like how many cars do we have--???did not know??? apparently these will have an extended warranty plan so matt assured sherry that there would be no need to purchase these 14 cars again for 5-7 years...2016-2018.
 
I. bill 2800- an ordinance amending chapter 315 of the st ann municipal code by amending sections, 315.065 and 315.066, pertaining to public safety infractions at intersections and on roadways.--you are responsible for your vehicle always not just when you are the driver, unless stolen.--passed
 
FYI---

SECTION 315.065:     VIOLATION OF PUBLIC SAFETY AT INTERSECTIONS AND THE AUTOMATED ENFORCEMENT OF TRAFFIC CONTROL SIGNAL REGULATIONS

SECTION 315.066:     VIOLATION OF PUBLIC SAFETY ON ROADWAYS AND RELATED AUTOMATED SPEED ENFORCEMENT REGULATIONS

 

j. bill 2801--a toro greens mower will be purchased to replace the 14yr old one which is leaking onto the greens-speed camera money to be used.

MEETING AGENDA FOR 3/28/11

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3/28/11  Notes-personal
 
3. items from city administrator/city clerk
 
    a) Police Dept. Breathalyzer- 18yrs old needs to be replaced MoDot will refund the 1500.00 if we buy our own, they just don't have any in stock right now.
 
    b) Mulch Program- Ward 2 Alderman Mary Godfrey was concerned about the cities liability with providing this service to our citizens, Short was concerned that we could not offer it at a cost savings to the citizens, apparently they would want 2 people in the delivery truck and the cost of overtime would be $60.00/hr,  Leo voiced concerns about liabilities to the city, many voice in on where it would be delivered in the driveway-back or front, how long it might sit there, what it would smell like if it were not done right away. It did not sound like they were going to move ahead with the idea. (on a personal note it interests me that they always go after the liability issue-as if they think this was not thought about prior to Matt bringing the idea to them-isn't he the city administrator and in charge of thinking of these type of things before idea's are brought to the board?)
 
    c) Liquor License-The Ashby -New Owner asked Chief if all documents checked out, he said yes.
 
    d) Bus Stop Enhancement Grant-Metro wants a letter from the city in favor of upgrading the bus stops to make them look nicer-Leo asked if trash can was included-no.
       
    e) Capital Equipment/Facility Enhancement-there is roughly $400,000 available for use to catch up some city repairs/equipment needs that is coming from the speed camera violations off of ashby. The board was handed a list but it looks like some of the top concerns are: 100,000.00 will go towards our end of the pool repairs, 1-greens mower(ours 14-15yrs old), 1 Fingerprint Machine-like the one you see on CSI where it can get the fingerprints off a bottle, wallet, etc, community center repairs, begin a tazer replacement plan...the list goes on I believe the board still has to decide which they want to do.
 
    f)  p&z report- a rent to own/car repair place looking to go into the spot on old st charles rk rd, where the quick lube use to be-this requires the that amendment 400.390 be adjusted and a special use permit. limit of 12 rentals, they will be no more than 4yrs old. same owners as jb vending.
 
    g) 2011 Park Special Events-have 5500.00 for special events...so we have easter egg hunt, concerts in june, july, aug.,glow in dark golf likely to be in may, july, sept., St. Ann Parade-Sept. 25th--save the date and if you would like to be in the parade with your group let the city know-- (the lighthouse has donated 1000.00 towards the easter egg hunt, so they can hand out flyer's with glow in dark bracelets attached-hamm-)
 
    h) Police in-Car Computer/Video Units-these will be installed by the EVS which loads all emergency vehicles, there are 8 cameras and 9 computer/laptops thought i heard 81000.00 these are designed to last 5-7yrs.
 
     i) monthly financial report/2010 summary budget amendment-general fund balance doing well at 1.9mil, will leave the park fund to build this year as don't expect to need it so we can continue the repair/replace program in 2012 with the parks list. expenses as expected again the liability/workman's comp insurance at 88,00.00 is down from 120-130,000 before and pays out in jan and july.
 
 
4. items from mayor/board of alderman
 
     a) Community Center Sign, Animal Adoption & Dog Park-hamm-looking to put a sign on the rk rd as most cannot see the community center and have trouble locating it. modot has sign restrictions that will have to be researched on this, possibly a right of way may work suggested bill.
     looking to start an adoption center to build the image of st. ann. done monthly thru petco no more than 6-12 at a time. reason to aid in reduction of animals killed yearly_stl cty alone over 7200 in 2008. Board--Liabilities a concern, w/o volunteers it would fall back on the city to run, Bill concerned Shannon is tasked to the max now-where would she find the time to do the work and still maintain her own, must be staffed by volunteers, fundraising activities would be necessary, advised bring a business plan-so they would have a better understanding of all the details.
     Dog Park-seems cost to do range 50-80,000.00. utilities and fencing main costs. bob said he could get the materials at cost, if they had someone to put it in. one example of a park was a fenced area for sm--med--large dogs and a outhouse. advise submit business plan again.
 
     b) Trash Service-aldenderfer-from what i heard apparently some residents not paying for trash, trash co not concerned about 5% but citizens still have to deal with trash on street, rats, etc. lawyer looking into lists?
   fyi both the occupant and owner are ticketed if you do not pay your trash bill. not knowing you had to put it in your name is not an excuse as they put it in writing and point it out when you get your required occupancy permit to move in.
 
     c) Car Wash Business License-Aversa & Sparks-Plaza Car Wash would like the license fee's for car wash's reduced. from what i gather it is like 200/bay right now. steve checked out neighbor pricing and it's significantly higher than their's. steve suggested 200 single, 400 multiple period...many suggestions rolled the table. apparently their was a fee increase voted on in the latter 90's that made this a problem-they are going to research the parameter's of this before proceeding.
 
OTHER ITEMS-
RENEE-BAIT BOXES SOMEONE PAYING 800/YR TO BAIT HER YARD-as of june 1st, the EPA mandates no rat poison will be sold to non professionals or hardware stores, etc. so nowhere else to turn but a pro now.
 
MSD AND ST ANN WILL DO A JOINT CLEAN UP THE CREEK THING SOON IN THE SPRING.

3/7/11 MEETING AGENDA LINK
 
   ITEM "B" and "E" WERE NOT DISCUSSED IN OPEN SESSION ON 2/28/11
3/7/11 Personal Notes:
 
     All items on the agenda passed.
A citizen questioned if the city had a code of ethics-particular to our court system, to prevent city embarrassment if an employee did something inappropiate and it would reflect on the city. The basis of the answer is that the City does have a personnel manual, for it's employees. I personally have not gotten thru the entire Municipal Code as of yet-but can say that there are personnel type things in it, that i have read and am familiar with from using such manuals in the restaurant business.
 
     oh almost forgot, some guy who use to live in st ann but moved west way out to a town that begins with an "F" i believe...has made his second appearance at a public city meeting. for some reason it is his desire that st ann make the SPEED CAMERA ON ASHBY actively ticketing people all day long, 6am-10pm, 7 days a week. It seems to me that if this is something you do not want to happen you need to contact your alder people and make sure they know because soon the camera will be able to see the license plates till 930 at night and this would be feasible.
  if you are afraid to contact your ward rep. use my anonymous contact page and i will forward the info for you.
 
the other item that promoted quite a bit of discussion was
e. bill 2788-(read as) An ordinanceauthorizing & directing the city administrator to combine the departments of public works and building/zoning into the department of public services.
   what it does not say(but was brought out by an alder person) is that it will authorize payment of 15,000.00 to 3 departments to be used to increase the pay of those ee's who have performed above and beyond as a result of the duties being increased while they did not hire to replace positions when people left...to save the money(they saved close to 500,000 by not hiring). this process will be up to the heads of the 3 departments. this will require matt to adjust the 2011 budget.
 
the wording in bill's should be specific (i think) before it is voted on (as in bill 2785 this one stated they would adjust the pay of the judges), so that there is no mis-communication to the residents as to where their money goes. Had this been added into the reading of the bill, it may have had less opposition. Here the city could do a better job of communicating it's plans, so rumors do not start.
personally i have no problem with raises as long as ee appraisals are done so that the ee's get raises based on performance of duties and not just across the board, (documentation, always prevents problems in the end) Matt just said in the meeting that discussed Health Care that the city was so top heavy in Benefits that they could not afford to give out raises, and most young people do not consider benefits as part of their pay since it does not spend, and was concerned about the quality of employee that might apply as a result.  Half of our ee's have been without increases for many years, should adjustments be made, yes again based on performance...but to just go with cost of living-2.5% (
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...will reward those who do not perform and under reward those who put out 150% a day...but, the biggest question here: is it the right time, in our economy, do you the residents want it or do we need this to repair our streets? they did say last year the streets have to be done, so why spend the money elsewhere if our streets are such a priority? could it be used in the economic development fund in order to promote the city and try to get businesses into it, to further revenue thru taxes/licenses/inspections and create JOBS for our st ann residents, and then consider this at a later date in the year. why push it thru right before an election? only a year ago, we almost lost the easter egg hunt, etc...what is different now, nwp is not thriving.
  these are all questions for you to answer for yourself, let your alderperson know how you feel, if you do not then they cannot represent your opinions.
 
there was also some discussion of when you should speak about what at the meetings...the proper procedure is to talk about agenda items before they are read for a vote (therefore details need to be included in the agenda so the public knows what they are-"as E." was not in open session of the meeting on 2/28/11 so it's details would not be known to the public) and to speak of non agenda items after the agenda is voted on.
 
if i missed anything please let me know.
 




 
2/28/11   AGENDA LINK

2/28/11 Personal Notes:
 
3. items from city administrator/city clerk
    a) mosquito contract-this is a contract with st. louis county, they come in and bait the sewer's and creeks, put boxes in the trees for mosquito's
 
    b) park truck-currently the 1 ton park truck, is around 15yrs old and rusting out, when the city purchased the police cars they were given a pretty good offer-if they wanted/needed a 1 ton truck. it looks like they will purchase the chevy and the old truck will be given to the golf course-it's good for this use, but just not for being on the roadways.
 
    c) emergency warning sign agreement-st. louis county-at no cost to st. ann, will be upgrading the emergency warning system. they will be solar powered and have a public address system in them, they are much more efficient-therefore not as many are needed as well.
 
    d) requests
        1. early shelter reservations- tripple wedding would like pavilion for 4/2, typically reservations do not begin till may
 
        2. special event-NWP-US Army-want to have a bike show on rock road side of NWP, to benefit a care pledge they will have a climbing wall & BBQ (anderson reminded the board that by ordinance there were special use regulations)-they also still need to check with owners of NWP.
    e) compensatory time payout-matt would like to reduce some of the comp time hours thru a pay out, there are federal regulations that require pay out or time off at 460 hours(11.5weeks) for police/fire and 240 hours(6 weeks) for everyone else. this would make the comp time more manageable- use of c.t. is controlled by employer needs, so it has to be okayed-it's not like it can be saved for a vacation, with the reductions in staff, it makes it more difficult to give the employees their time due them. and matt believe's we have the money to do this at this time.
      for those of you who do not understand comp time-it's the same as use of a credit card-the employee puts in the work, but they are not paid for it till some date in the future and typically they don't get it back in cash, but in time off. but once you go over the above hours the federal gov. in order to protect the ee from abuse of comp time-requires the ee be paid at these levels, if they cannot get their off time.
 
    f)  ashby rd. bridge contract-Federal gov. will pay 80% of the repairs/reconstruction of the bridge on ashby that leads to the golf course(it will be longer also) but the city must pay the money up front and be re-imbursed by the fed. gov. later. this would be the 1.250mil you see listed in the budget online
 
    g) p&z report- a business owner is putting in a deli and ice cream place at the old 7-11 on ashby and baltimore, his liquor license has already been approved, he will be required by the city to have no indoor, nor outdoor seating and no drive-up, also. as well as meet the rest of the health ins./city codes.
 
    h) draft clothing drop-box ordinance- will state that drop boxes can only be maintained by churches, public & private schools
 
     i) monthly financial report-reported on jan 2011, these are typically one month behind. though difficult to hear,(no microphones upstairs) and i do not receive a copy personally yet. speed camera fund 325,000, special events 2300, court bond liability down 139,000. from capital improvement fund will pay the police cars, the park fund at end of 2010 was around 100,000 now in jan around 200,000 so looks like they may be able to use the fund for it's original purpose(park improvements), sewer fund 800,000, economic development cash flow to be used for infrastructure improvements(ashby bridge). revenues-collected 1,000,000 in business licenses, utility taxes-staff reduced-sales tax right at budget and looks like will be ahead in feb.
  we will fund the park grant and then get it back in the end....the grant came thru to fix the pool at around 181,000 typically grants are not 100%. looks like it we may have to transfer any of the parks tax dollars to the general fund it may not be until sept.ish(esp. since there will be no ee expenses for the pool this year, due to renovations). large expense for jan came out of administrative acct at 88,000 for workmans comp and property insurance payment due. this is much less than last year, as the city shopped around for a better contract.
 
4. items from mayor/board of alderman
     a) ATM- alderman Short-to put an atm at golf course and city hall at no cost to the city. currently the golf course only takes cash transactions, but no atm is available which detracts from sales when the customers predominately do not carry cash these days, and at city hall it will aid in people being able to pay their fines more easily.
   would like us to participate in National Night Out-Aug 2nd (did not say what this was for)
   and complimented Renee Grant for her work, idea and success of the Trivia Night, whose proceeds go to the Special Funds Acct.
 
Additional Subjects brought up:
    1. the Natural Bridge Project bids are being decided, however it may require a full (EIS) environmental study -not desired-.
    2. the speed camera has made around 500,000 in fines of which about 65% have been collected. it has slowed traffic but there are still about 5-6 violators per hour. the red light camera's seem to be reducing accidents, thought ashby/rk rd would be a higher accident light but study did not indicate this when they were put where they are now.
   3. the ARC ZONE has reduced the speeder's who exceed 90-100mph but has not lost it's need, violator's are still coming thru at over 80mph and they are catching people with warrant's, no license at all, suspended licenses, etc. additional court dates have had to be added.
   for those of you who may be concerned by the 35% rule, st. ann is no where near this being an issue at this date 3/1/11.
 
    4. Census results have not gotten final numbers yet by ward, however it looks like the city only lost around 580ish/4% of it's residents. We do have more population than Bridgeton. this is good news because when you lose population, you lose tax dollars from the gov. bridgeton lost around 25% which will cost them in the 6 figures in losses. and though we will lose some, it will not be as big an issue to budget.   for those who would like to know more about the Pool City vs the Point of Sale City benefits- when a point of sale city loses residents it does not affect the tax dollars brought into the city as you get what your businesses sell.......in a pool city you share the sales taxes of all the cities in the pool, # of residents aids in determining how much of this pool you will receive, so when you lose residents it affects this $ amount.
     as for the ward distribution, the law requires that it be divided equally, so until the individual #'s/ward come in, action cannot be determined. but if one ward were to lose more than another re distribution would be necessary.

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