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HomeMy Public PortalAboutFY2019 Council Notes T .. Itiok,smi; spLe14.4.7(&_ ECEIVED c*c-le'lt2O(Accoa, Jackie Aymon Mayor City of McCall SEP 5 2019 Anette Spickard McCall City Manager Dale Caza Manager Payette Lakes Recreational BY Water and Sewer District Hello 23 Sep 19 Re: Lot 46 Timber Lost 4 City of McCall Illegal placement of fluid movement fixtures in "detached office" structure on common area without City and District approval. Back on 20 Aug 18 a letter was sent questioning of the change of land use at the above location Exhibit A1-2. On 2 Aug 19 a response was received from McCall City for a building permit, Exhibit B 1, and drawings for above Lot as a structure was being built on the previously questioned Lot. The building drawings (city has) did not include plumbing drawings. Another Public Records Request was made for sewer and water drawings on 8 Aug 19 Exhibit C1-3. City response no drawings Exhibit D l. All drawings available from City of McCall: Drawing for structure "detached office" (cover 1) shows structure in different location, ALC architecture, second revision 15 Oct 18. ALC architecture drawings did not include plumbing. Drawings from Performance Engineers for "Newton Pool House" print date 28 Dec 18, 31 pages. What was start date for drawings? INTERESTING page 30 of 31 there is a "floor plan 3" from ALC architecture that shows a mechanical room with commonly accepted draw for water heater!? I ' Public Records request to Idaho Division of Building Safety dated 4 Aug 19. Response was a permit WEB 1907-04223 dated 29 Jul 19. Description of work: "bath room for office" Exhibit E1-5. A search of public information found resolutions of Payette Lakes Recreational Water and Sewer District Regarding Accessory Residential Structures on a Single Parcel Exhibit F1-3. Continuing public information found Policy Synopsis of Payette Lakes Recreational Water& Sewer District Policy synopsis regarding residential structures on a single parcel Exhibit G1-5. Limited knowledge translates the resolution and policy into a limiting factor called, "System Capacity". Plainly the sewer system was designed for X capacity and controls were set to assure those numbers are protected. Timber Lost 4 was incorporated in 1977. The capacity numbers have been set and enforcement of those capacities to assure tax payers additional "sewer" taxes are not needed for not following the rules. The BIG question of this whole opportunity is: Why the City of McCall "building official" did not catch the missing plumbing plans79999 And the State of Idaho Plumbing Inspection Report99979 The City of McCall is to DIRECT the "building official" to have "all fixtures required for fluid movement to be removed above floor(meaning walls) and all floor (concrete slab) fixtures for fluid movement plugged permanently depth of 12 inches". The "building official" is to take photos showing work is done and Idaho Division of Building Safety, Plumbing Inspector verifies compliance with direction. A written report and photos filed with Timber Lost 4 CC&R's and Articles of Incorporation at the Valley County Records Office. Exhibit H1-2 is an attached e mail for a heads up to this letter to the City of McCall. More to come. Thank you for your attention to this opportunity and compliance with the system's capacity requirements. Enjoy the great Fall weather and breathedeply Scotty Davenport ` P /� 0O Box 1453 1624 Timbercircle � McCall, ID 83638 S cottyd.davenport@gmai 1.corn MCCALL POLICE DEPARIMPIT SUM COMPARISON yrMAY 15-SEPTEMBER 15 YEAR 2017 2018 2019 CALLS FOR SERVICE 1362 1246 1260 DUI 31 25 21 DISTRUBANCli 37 35 41 • TRAFFIC I 32 28 57 PARKING 54 61 57 PROPERTY 120 119 122 FOUND/LOST ARRESTS FELONY 25 16 8 MISDEMEANOR 99 138 66 DUI 31 25 21 3 ��A \" NARCOTICS 20 38 9 `� TRAFFIC STOPS AND DISPOSITIONS YEAR STOPS CITATIONS WARNINGS 2017 1301 118 1284 2018 902 90 870 2019 1020 69 1004 ff,i‘.evi- ilti,64/1'4 tz;j4 7frikt( 1-1/.11‘ ?4-- a4414 . ,a./2.02--J-0 , . 12,„ec,i„c<_ 9 ovrile,60"-A- 1.°6‘4414-Afa- wwi - (>,, 4 ak44-7 eak) zocoh, t . --4,04) 't-j--`''-s-41) C C Anette Spickard City Manager "" r 1°r' City of McCall Idaho / I,xt RE: Change of plate Timberlost IV Good Morning 20 Aug 18 Thank you for taking a minute to review our request. q t. About 30 days ago we heard of a change of land Subdivision Timberlost IV off Lickcrek Road, sewithin our McCall. East end of This change of use is being done without notification hearing. The change as we understand, never beenti public ed, removes a residential lot from the taxing district. The lot made a common area. The current common area of thewould be is being sold to pay for the lot change mentioned subdivision attached. above. See The problem here is we live next to the common are no notification of this change, a and received We request this be stopped until proper public noti hearings are done. fication and In the last 30 days we have spoke with the McCall and Zoning people and they acknowledge no notificationor public hearing was done. or public Speaking to Valley County officials, a chane in land through channels, which includes notification and publicuse must go hearings. Look forward to your response. kV Thank you for your time and service Scotty Davenport 1624 Timbercircle McCall, Idaho PO Box 1453 Attachment plate Timberlost IV I believe the ill effects of microwave radiation is an approaching health disaster not unlike the monumental mistakes of lead in paints and gasoline, thalidomide, Round-Up, DDT, cigarettes, and asbestos. It is bad enough for those among us who are experiencing disastrous life-changing health effects, but we have not yet begun to see or recognize the disasters that will be apparent in future health effects of other citizens or in the next children to be born in our community. I believe a community awareness program/campaign ought to be established to educate residents to the dangers of electromagnetic/microwave radiation and promote safe technology usage similar to the resources available on the Environmental Health Trust website: https://ehtrust.org/resources-to-share/printable-resources/ Sara Richards P 0 Box 2303 McCall ID 83638 sararichards@hotmail.com Enclosures: 1. Former President of Microsoft On Wireless—Wireless Devices Untested 2. Poster–What Parents Need To Know About Safe Technology 3. First in the Nation: Oregon Passes State Bill on Wireless Radiation and Health in School 4. Testimony Submitted for Review by RI Governor's Commission...to Discuss ...EHS /EMF A reminder: "State and Federal agencies monitor the quality of milk, food and water for contamination from dirt, microbial pathogens, and toxins on a regular basis. Penalties are severe and repetitive violators are excluded from the markets. Electricity and EMF permeate the premises of every citizen, yet no monitoring nor protection from dirty electricity is enforced by law while utilities are increasingly deregulated and contributing to pollution." ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH TRUST First in the Nation: Oregon Passes State Bill on Wireless Radiation and Health in School https.//ehtrust.orq/first-in-the-nation-Oregon passes-state-bilk on-wire%ss-radiation-and-health-in-school/ August23,2079 (VIDEO) The state of Oregon has passed SB 283"A bill relating to exposure to radiation in schools in thisstate; and declaring an emergency" Sen. Laurie Monnes-Anderson and advocate David Morrison have championed this issue for years. This is the first bill in the United State with a focus on the health impact of wireless radiofrequency radiation in schools. During a March hearing, Morrison bought four boxes of documents with some of the thousands of independent studies concluding wireless radiation has biological effects. The Act states that the Oregon Health Authority shall: •Review peer-reviewed, independently funded scientific studies of the health effects of exposure to microwave radiation, particularly exposure that results from the use of wireless network technologies in schools or similar environments; and •Report the results of the review to an interim committee of the Legislative Assembly related to education not later than January 2, 2021 . •The review described in paragraph (a) of this subsection must, at a minimum, consist of a literature review of peer-reviewed, independently funded scientific studies that examine the health effects of exposure to microwave radiation on children. •The Department of Education shall develop recommendations to schools in this state for practices and alternative technologies that would reduce students' exposure to micro- wave radiation that the review described in subsection (1) of this section identifies as harmful. SECTION 2. This 2019 Act being necessary for the immediate preservation of the public peace, health and safety, an emergency is declared to exist, and this 2019 Act takes effect on its passage. Read SB 283: "School Wireless Safety Bill Passes State Senate" KDRV June 14, 2019 The Press Release of David Morrison: Today, June 13, 2019, the Oregon State Senate, in a unanimous vote, passed SB 283, which directs the Oregon Health Authority to review independently-funded scientific studies of the health effects of exposure to microwave radiation, particularly exposure that results from use of wireless network technologies in schools. The bill also directs the Oregon Department of Education to develop recommendations to schools in this state for practices and alternative technologies that reduce students' exposure to microwave radiation that Oregon Health Authority report identifies as harmful. The bill is expected to also pass in the House, following compelling testimony from the Chair of the Health Committee, Sen. Laurie Monnes-Anderson. Monnes-Anderson has championed this issue for many years while facing ridicule and disrespect from other legislators. The issue has come to the fore as reports of cancer clusters in schools near cell towers and using wireless microwave technology, as faculty and students increasingly report being stricken with microwave sickness in schools, at alarming rates. It will be interesting to see how Portland handles the imminent threat of 5G, as more and more constituents become educated about EMF radiation and its chilling effects. In July of 2011 a parent of a child in Portland Public Schools sued the school board for forcing involuntary exposure to radiation from powerful wifi routers in schools. Willamette Week, a small local paper mocked the concerned parent in at least two print articles. Article 1; Article 2; Learn more about Wi-Fi radiation in school at EHT's page on Wi-Fi in School. PARENT TOOLKIT TO ADVOCATE ON SAFE TECHNOLOGY IN SCHOOL •Questions and Answers on Wi-Fi and Cell Phones in Schools: This two pager is filled with links and resources on why and how to reduce wireless radiation exposure at schools. •Checklist on How to Reduce EMF and Wireless Radiation for Schools: A list of actionable steps every school can take to eliminate and reduce EMF exposure at school. •CHPS Low EMF Criteria:The Collaborative for High Performance Schools has developed Best Practices for LOW EMF classrooms that details how schools can replace wireless networks with wired networks. •Letter on School Wi-Fi and Health for Principal This draft letter compiles the latest research and you can take portions of it or all of it to send it to your school administrator to begin this important conversation on safe technology. emf*blues info@emfblues.corn Source: https://ehtrust.org/former-president-of-microsoft-canada-frank-clegg-on-safety-5g-wireless- technologies/ Former President of Microsoft On Wireless The Former President of Microsoft Canada, Frank Clegg, has come out_ against the use of wireless devices. After serving as President for one of the largest Telecom Companies in the world, Microsoft, Mr. Clegg had dedicated the last five years of his life to researching the effects of wireless radiation on health. He is now working to educate the public on the health hazards associated with the use of wireless technologies, as well as the health dangers associated with the forthcoming 5G Network, Wireless Devices Untested In an educational video posted on September 16th of 2019, Mr. Clegg breaks down his experience as an insider in the Telecom Industry as well as his findings on the health hazards associated with exposure to wireless radiation, including 5G. Mr. Clegg begins by explaining to the public that the Telecom industry uses their influences in Washington to get their wireless products into the marketplace as quickly as possible. This means bypassing any testing to prove these devices are indeed safe for the public to use. No wireless devices have ever been tested by the FCC before being released into the marketplace, starting with the cell phone. The Telecom Industry 'Self-Polices' According to Mr. Clegg, the Telecom Industry policies itself. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is the government agency that is supposed to regulate the Telecom Industry. However, the Telecom Industry has placed their people inside of the FCC, making it so the tail is wagging the dog. In addition, Mr. Clegg points out that the FCC does not have one scientist, researcher or doctor on their payroll. The agency is made up of ex-Telecom Industry heads and attorneys, so those who would have the knowledge to understand the biological and health ramifications of these new technologies are absent. This could be why Italy, Switzerland, Russia and China have wireless radiation safety levels that are much more stringent than those in the United States. Mr. Clegg states that the US allows over 100 times more radiation exposure for their citizens than these other countries. The Telecommunications Act of 1996 The Telecommunications Act of 1996 was the Act that allowed the widespread implementation of cell towers. In addition, according to Mr. Clegg, this was the Act that the Telecom Industry used to protect themselves from any future liabilities associated with health problems from the wireless devices they were getting ready to release to the public on a widescale. Studies Show Wireless Harmful While Mr. Clegg makes it very clear that there are no studies to date proving wireless radiation is safe, there are in fact many studies that have been done showing that wireless radiation is not safe. He points out that known health ramifications from wireless radiation exposure based on these studies are headaches, fatigue, insomnia, depression, anxiety, ADD, irregular heart beats, tinnitus, numbness of extremities, permanent DNA damage and cancer. G Waves Used As EMF Weapon Mr. Clegg is also very concerned about the forthcoming 5G Network. His research into the new Network, which will feature millimeter wavelength radiation, has shown that these wavelengths have never been tested for public use but have been used by the US and Israeli Mlliltary for crowd control. These millimeter waves are currently used as part of the Active Denial Weapons System, as they create a painful, burning sensation on the skin which aids in dispersing crowds, as the people hit with the waves run to get away from the burning sensation. He also goes onto say that 5G will eventually affect everyone, as the planned roll- out will place a 5G antenna every 500 feet in both urban and rural communities. A Proponent of Safe Tech Having spent his life working in the Telecom Industry, Mr. Clegg is a proponent of technology and of all the ways it has and can continue to improve our lives. He feels there is a way to 'have our Tech and eat it, too'and has joined together with hundreds of scientists, experts and medical professionals from around the world who are looking for safer alternatives to the use of wireless devices. Mr. Clegg is co-founder of the Canadians for Safe Technology and has recently joined the Board of Advisors for the US based non-profit EMF Watchdog Group The Environmental Health Trust. (VIDEO) Testimony RI EHS/EMF Disabled by Sam Parish, Civil Engineer Pg 3: EMFs - "New concept"for general public, but fundamental to electricity. Health effects have always been a concern for the electric power industry. The fundamental properties of electromagnetic fields (EMF) have been understood and practiced by engineers and scientists for over 100 years. Pg 7: Wireless radiation from cellular towers, WiFi routers and cellular phones...must be shielded or eliminated to provide a healthy and low-EMF building... Two solutions exist... 1. Terminate purchasing of wireless equipment, remove existing equipment and install only hardwired ethernet or fiber optic networks. 2. Install shielding and establish RF SAFE ZONES (both corridors and rooms). Pg 8: Recommended actions (are): 1. Stop installation of Wifi routers in public infrastructure and spaces. 2. Stop roll-out of any `smart meter" programs. Lenora St- City of McCall r.+ s t 530 E Lenora St:: l LL 520E Lenora St • 525 E Nark 516 E Lenora St 526E I 612 E Lenora St 508 E Lenora St 604 E Lino 515EPe 10034th St CIA- 1-lc' J ^ -4 r( •fJ 503 E Park St Sources:Esri, WerFE,FiWiTin,Intermap, increment P Corp.,GEBCO, USGS, FAO, NPS, NRCAN,GeoBase,IGN, Kadaster NL,Ordnance Survey,Esri Japan, METI, Esri China(Hong Kong),(c)OpenStreetMap contributors,and the 1001.4th St GIS User Community eoKL" ,Ar,AW' 0 C. V LO Anette S icrard 6� L� J /7 p , From: nn \.). - Anette Spickard — 01. 455U rCLn Sent: -!t �� /< , Friday, August 23, 2019 8:26 AM 4+ re 14e�� To: - `i x, Nathan Stewart; Kurt Wolf; BessieJo Wagner41 Subject: V ��,,,,,.e,,( Sidewalk Work Session this morning r! i , - ,') Importance: b High ' a04ke d-Gi6— b Here's my thought on how to structure the dialogue with council this morning: .-P f PcV F1. Each Councilor summarizes what they heard at the workshop and their top takeaway. ` 7( c� 2. Staff reflect on what you heard and your top takeaway 3. Review the additional comments received afterwards (which may come up under#1 already, but if not we'll make sure these are mentioned) 4. Assuming there's interest in doing a program, discuss Council's philosophy on funding the program; priorities 5. Next steps....... a. They have us keep working on a solution/talking to people because they can't decide how they want to pay for it, or- b. They tell us to create a fee schedule/resolution for a public hearing and their action at a future meeting, or- c. They tell us to do a small pilot project this year to test it out with those willing to pay, or- d. They tell us they want LOT or some other tax dollar to 100%subsidize it, in which case I'll tell them that it will have to be for FY21.And if LOT then I will advise them they will have to take it off the top in order to have stability for the program and it will reduce what they can grant to the community programs. Can you think of anything else?? Clah„-er ° 6.,461 , 14Fti Anette Spickard I City Manager h S�Qcd f' C���r 216 E Park Street I McCall I ID 83638 ay.V/�wir e ne �Ca Direct: 208.634.1003 I Fax: 208.634.3038 • - d(v al j'IA. [,d h g SN Q PJ L Q 5iatc ` City of McCall CQ� r 4 0,f .(u 1 Web: www.mccall.id.us -..--- Blog: cityofmccall.wordpress.com 5ro� �%I l Ytg �c�1�iiGS�t(u�'Li_. Social: Facebook.com/cityofmccall revo a vY��& e,9? tiaQ (� A4i0 P� 1.4,lY4 `p� 5vYuo( . (1611. 1,95,- vvi,i/j cori- _. eLfi I � ? frt' c� ^ 0 a 51��^� Ort 46 W Wdu�r-1 -, 7 1 I' �j loo1Z ',5141r--hA _ -fd9 I, -r-7917/ 11 ry4.7 ie-44-vvaa z) i 71 C-11 )off 744 771 Instrument# 888461 BONNER COUNTY,SANDPOINT,IDAHO 5-3-2016 11:09:35 AM No.of Pages:20 Recorded for:BOCC MICHAEL W ROSEDALE Fee:0.00 Ex-Officio Recorder Deputy(74 Index to:COUNTY ORDINANCES loww 4'1907 2- _ Bonner - Bonner County ORDINANCE NO. S5 Title 3, Public Waters, Amendment Bonner County Revised Code May 3,2016 ORDINANCE NO. 53-2- Title 5 2-Title 3, Public Waters,Amendment Bonner County Revised Code AN ORDINANCE OF BONNER COUNTY, IDAHO, SETTING FORTH ITS AUTHORITY; AMENDING TITLE 3, BONNER COUNTY REVISED CODE, BY AMENDING CHAPTERS 1 THROUGH 7, BY EXPANDING AND CONSOLIDATING THE DEFINITIONS SECTION TO INCLUDE DEFINITIONS FOR BRIDGE, COME BACK BAY, FACILITY, MOORING, MOORING BUOY, MOTORBOAT, NO WAKE, PADDLEBOARDING, PEND OREILLE RIVER, STANDUP PADDLEBOARDING, WATERSKIING, AND WATERWAYS, BY ADDING A NEW SECTION FOR NO WAKE ZONES FOR RIVERS, BY CLARIFYING RESTRICTED ZONES, BY UPDATING THE PENALTIES PROVISIONS AND ADOPTING INFRACTION PENALTY SCHEDULE A, PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY, AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE. WHEREAS, The Board of County Commissioners of Bonner County, Idaho, have adopted standards identified in Title 3 of Bonner County Revised Code consistent with their powers established under Title 31 of Idaho code and by the authority granted to Bonner County pursuant to Idaho Code section 67-7031; and WHEREAS,the Bonner County Commissioners desire to amend Title 3, Chapters 1 through 7; and WHEREAS, the Bonner County Commissioners desire to amend and expand the definitions set forth in Bonner County Revised Code 3-102 to promote uniform enforcement of Title 3; and WHEREAS, the Bonner County Commissioners desire to update the penalties provisions to reflect the maximum penalty allowed under state code, to allow for graduated infraction penalties based upon severity of the offense,and to adopt an infraction penalty schedule which shall be reviewed and adopted yearly; and NOW,THEREFORE BE IT ORDAINED by the Board of County Commissioners of Bonner County, Idaho,that the following be and is hereby adopted as an ordinance of Bonner County: SECTION I: Authority This Ordinance is adopted pursuant to the authority granted in Title 31 of the Idaho Code. SECTION II: Bonner County Revised Code,Title 3, Chapters 1 through 7, are amended as follows: 3-100:AUTHORITY: kiZ 6 3 (WI G x This chapter shall be known as the BONNER COUNTY PUBLIC WATERS ORDINANCE. By authority granted to Bonner County pursuant to Idaho Code sections 67-7013(7) and 67-7031 et seq.,the board of county commissioners of Bonner County hereby enact this chapter as follows. (Ord.406, 5-30-2001) 1 3-101: PROTECTION OF THE PUBLIC: It is necessary for the protection of the health, safety and welfare of the general public, and for the protection of public and private property,to regulate the operation of watercraft and swimming on the public waters of the state of Idaho situated in Bonner County, Idaho, but outside the municipal boundaries of the various incorporated cities within said county.The board of commissioners specifically find that it is necessary for the protection of the health, safety and welfare of the general public to adopt and enforce rules and regulations governing all county owned or controlled parks and waterways facilities, including all property directly owned by Bonner County or under its sole control as a public easement,or under a cooperative agreement on public lands with other public agencies, such as the Idaho department of lands, Idaho department of fish and game, United States bureau of land management, United States forest service, United States corps of engineers and the city of Sandpoint. (Ord. 406, 5-30-2001) 3-102: DEFINITIONS: For the purpose of this Title, the following definitions shall be applicable: ADULT SUPERVISION: Having a person age eighteen (18) or over on or in a vessel and in a position to supervise. BRIDGE: A structure spanning and providing passage over a body of water. COME BACK BAY: A body of water from the bridge over Fry Creek upstream to the headwaters. FACILITY: Any park, boat launch facility, dock or other waterways property owned, operated, managed or maintained by Bonner County. MARINE EVENT:A regatta, race, marine event, tournament or exhibition on any waters within Bonner County authorized by the sheriff of the county. MOORING: Parking a vessel in the water. MOORING BUOY: An offshore floating buoy anchored to the bottom that serves as a mooring point to secure a vessel. MOTORBOAT: Any vessel propelled by motor whether or not such machinery is the principal source of propulsion. MOTOR DRIVEN WATERCRAFT: Any boat or vehicle of any type, which is propelled by any type of motor or engine. NEGLIGENT OPERATION: Operating any vessel on the waters of the state of Idaho in a careless or heedless manner so as to be indifferent to any person or property of other persons, or at a rate of speed greater than will permit him in the exercise of reasonable care to bring the vessel to a stop within the assured clear distance ahead. NIGHT: One hour after sunset until one hour before sunrise. NO SWIMMING ZONE: A designated area where the swimming shall not be allowed. A"no swimming 2 zone" also precludes the use of float tubes and other nonmotorized devices not designed or modified to be used as a means of transportation on the water, such as inflatable air mattresses, single inner tubes, and beach and water toys. NO WAKE: The act of operating any vessel whereby the visible tract of turbulence is not more than six inches (6")or the speed is not more than five miles per hour(5 m.p.h.). NO WAKE ZONE: A designated area where the operation of watercraft must be accomplished at not more than five (5) miles per hour, nor with more than a six inch (6")wake. OVERNIGHT: From one hour after sunset until one hour before sunrise. PADDLE BOARDING: A water sport in which a person paddles a long streamlined board with their hands while lying or kneeling on the paddleboard. A derivation of paddle boarding is stand-up paddle boarding (SUP) in which a paddle is used to propel or guide the board. A paddle board is classified as a vessel. PEND OREILLE RIVER: The body of water from the railroad bridge at Sandpoint downstream to the Idaho-Washington border. PERSONAL WATERCRAFT: A watercraft, powered by a water jet pump, which can be operated by persons sitting, standing or kneeling. POSTED WATERS: An area which is a portion of the waters of Bonner County, Idaho, marked with regulatory markers in compliance with Idaho Code section 67-7031 and IDAPA 26.66.21, to regulate the actions of watercraft and persons in such marked portions of the waters. PUBLIC WATERS: Any river, lake or other body of water within Bonner County, Idaho, other than those which are entirely privately owned, regardless of navigability. SHORELINE:The line of demarcation between water and land at the time in question without regard to property lines or high or low water lines or marks. STAND-UP PADDLE BOARD (SUP): A vessel similar to a surfboard which is usually propelled on the surface of the water with a paddle. A stand-up paddle board is classified as a vessel. VESSEL: Every description of watercraft, including a seaplane on the water, used or capable of being used as a means of transportation on water, but does not include float houses, diver's aids operated and designed primarily to propel a diver below, or modified to be used as a means of transportation on the water, such as inflatable air mattress, single inner tubes, and beach and water toys. For purposes of Title 3, vessel, motorboat, motor driven craft and watercraft are synonymous. WAKE:The visible track of turbulence created by watercraft moving through the water. (Ord.406, 5-30- 2001) WATER SKIING: Water skiing or skiing shall include knee boarding, wake boarding, wake surfing, wake skating or any other type of towed recreational activity. This is not intended to define the towing of a vessel or other objects at no wake. WATERWAYS: Any river, lake or other body of water within Bonner County, Idaho. 3 3-103: BASIC RULE: A. It shall be unlawful for any person to operate any type of vessel or watercraft on the public waters within Bonner County, Idaho, in a negligent manner not having due regard to the actual and potential hazards then existing, or any rate of speed greater than stated herein, or will permit, in the exercise of reasonable care, to bring said watercraft to a stop within the assured clear distance ahead. (Ord. 406, 5- 30-2001) B. A violation of this section shall constitute an infraction. 3-104:ADULT SUPERVISION AND AGE RESTRICTIONS: A. It shall be unlawful to operate, or to allow the operation of a motor driven watercraft by a person under the age of ten (10), except under direct adult supervision. B. It shall be unlawful to operate, or to allow someone to operate, a motor driven watercraft when the operator is between the ages of ten (10) to fourteen (14), without adult supervision unless the vessel is powered by a motor rated at ten (10) horsepower or less. X47 www . CK C. The age restrictions provided for in this section shall apply to the operation of personal watercraft. /'Y (Ord. 406, 5-30-2001) D. A violation of this section shall constitute an infraction. 3-105: DISTANCES FOR NO WAKE ZONES ON LAKES AND THE PEND OREILLE RIVER: Specific distances set for no wake zones: A.Within two hundred feet (200') from any shoreline, dock, pier, bridge,other structure, or any person vjit inje water, shall be no wake. I L� X55 v5 F vB. Within fifty feet(50') of any other vessel shall be no wake. (Ord. 406, 5-30-2001) K3' C. A violation of this section shall constitute an infraction. 3-106: SPEED LIMITS ON SPECIFIED WATERS: Specific speed limits for all the public waterways within Bonner County, Idaho, except the Clark Fork River from the mouth of the river to the dam,Johnson Creek and Priest River from the mouth of the river upstream to the Outlet Bay, are as follows: 4 CA.Within one hundred feet(100')of any other vessel,the speed shall be reasonable and prudent, but \d not in excess of fifteen (15) miles per hour. D,,V- 0) �B.At night, where the speed is not otherwise restricted, the speed limit shall not exceed twenty five (25) J +�` miles per hour.1-0 C. During the day, where the speed is not otherwise restricted,the speed limit shall be reasonable and }� prudent, but not in excess of fifty(50) miles per hour; provided, however,that this subsection shall f not apply to any motor driven watercraft while the same is being operated while actively engaged in 4""Y any regatta, race,tournament or exhibition authorized by the Bonner County sheriff's department, if the permit issued by the sheriff's department allows the watercraft participating in any regatta, race, tournament,or exhibition to exceed the posted speed limits. D. This section shall apply to speed limits on the Pend Oreille River. E.This section shall not apply to any motor driven watercraft being operated under emergency conditions, or by any authorized agent of any law enforcement agency of the state of Idaho, a political subdivision, or the United States of America, while said agent is acting in the performance of his duties or any aircraft which is landing or taking off on the water. (Ord. 406, 5-30-2001) F. A violation of this section shall constitute an infraction. 3-107:SPEED LIMITS FOR RIVERS: Specified: Specific speed limits for the Clark Fork River from the mouth of the river to the dam,Johnson Creek, and Priest River, are as follows: A. During the day, where the speed is not otherwise regulated, the speed limit shall be reasonable and prudent, but not in excess of thirty five (35) miles per hour. 2N.iL 9 ( ' B.At night, the speed limit shall not exceed twenty five (25) miles per hour. C. Within fifty feet(50') of another vessel the speed shall be reasonable and prudent, but not in excess of fifteen (15) miles per hour. • D. A violation of this section shall constitute an infraction. E. Exceptions: This section shall not apply to any motor driven watercraft being operated under emergency conditions or by any authorized agent of any law enforcement agency of the state of Idaho, the United States of America, or any political subdivision, while said agent is acting in the performance of his duties,or any aircraft which is landing or taking off on the water. (Ord.406, 5- 30-2001). The speed limits on the Pend Oreille River are the same as the speed limits on Pend Oreille Lake. See section 3-106. 3-107A: NO WAKE DISTANCES FOR RIVERS: 5 RESTRICTED PERSONAL WATERCRAFT ZONE: An operational zone for personal watercraft on any waters within Bonner County, Idaho. A"restricted personal watercraft zone", also known as a "personal watercraft operational zone", may limit the operation of personal watercraft within the zone to: a) no wake or less than five (5) miles per hour; b) personal watercraft only; c) no personal watercraft allowed; or d) distance from shoreline. (Ord. 406, 5-30-2001; amd. Ord. 528, 6-26-2012) 3-110: RESTRICTED ZONES;VIOLATIONS: A. It shall be unlawful to operate a watercraft, personal watercraft or vessel, or to swim within any of the restricted zones in a manner that is contrary to the restrictions as set forth in the ordinance passed by the Bonner County board of commissioners. (Ord. 406, 5-30-2001) B. A violation of the following Restricted Zones in section 3-109 shall constitute a misdemeanor: 1. Albeni Falls Dam. 2. Cabinet Gorge Dam. 3. Pack River. C. A violation of all other Restricted Zones in section 3-109 shall constitute an infraction. 3-111: PERSONAL WATERCRAFT SAFETY REGULATIONS: cA A. A person shall not operate a personal watercraft unless each person aboard the personal watercraft V`Xy is properly wearing a coast guard approved personal flotation device. (Ord.406, 5-30-2001) Jw df B. A violation of this section shall constitute an infraction. c41 3-112:WATERSKIING SAFETY REGULATIONS: O A. No vessel operator may tow or attempt to tow a waterskier on any waterway within Bonner County� `SL\ unless such craft shall be occupied by at least an operator and an observer.The observer shall continuously observe the person or persons being towed and shall display a flag immediately after the towed person or persons fall into the water and during the time preparatory to skiing while the person or persons are still in the water. Such flag shall be a bright red or brilliant orange color, measuring at least twelve inches (12") square, mounted on a pole not less than twenty four inches (24") long and displayed as to be visible from every direction. B.The observer and the operator shall not be the same person.The observer shall be a competent person. C. No person shall engage or attempt to engage in waterskiing without properly wearing a coast guard approved personal flotation device. 8 D. No person shall engage in or attempt to engage in waterskiing, or operate any vessel in towing a waterskier, on the waterways of Bonner County during the period from one hour after sunset until one hour prior to sunrise. E. No person engaged in waterskiing either as operator, observer or skier, shall conduct himself or herself in a manner that endangers, or is likely to endanger, any person or property. F. No person or persons shall engage in waterskiing within one hundred feet(100') of any boat launching ramp, motionless vessel, vessel underway, swimmer, buoy or shoreline; with exceptions as specified in subsection G of this section. G. Except on takeoffs, no person or persons shall engage in waterskiing operations within two hundred feet (200') of the shoreline. Any takeoff from within two hundred feet(200') of the shoreline must be made outward and at right angles to the shoreline.At no time can such takeoff cause risk or hazard to other vessels or persons on the water. H. During drop offs,the towing vessel and skier will comply with all speed and distance regulations in regards to shorelines and docks. I. No vessel shall follow behind a person waterskiing or being towed in any manner closer than two hundred feet(200'), nor cross the towing vessel bow by less than two hundred feet (200'). (Ord. 406, 5-30-2001) J. A violation of this section shall constitute an infraction. 1 � 3-113: ELUDING A PEACE OFFICER; FAILURE TO YIELD: U J-- Cit?" �. A. Any person operating a vessel who wilfully flees or attempts to elude a pursuing police vessel, when given a visual or audible signal to bring the motor driven watercraft to a stop,shall be guilty of a misdemeanor.The signal given by a peace officer may be by emergency lights or siren. A person convicted of eluding a peace officer shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, punishable by imprisonment in a county jail not exceeding six (6) months, or by a fine not exceeding one thousand dollars ($1,000),or by both. 9 B. Upon the immediate approach of an authorized emergency or police vessel making use of any audible or visible signal, the driver of every other vessel or watercraft shall yield the right of way and stop until the authorized emergency or police vessel has passed, except when otherwise directed by a peace officer. (Ord.406, 5-30-2001) A violation of section 3-113(B) shall constitute an infraction. 3-114: USE OF COUNTY DOCKS AT FACILITIES WITH RAMPS WITH EXCEPTIONS: A. Except as provided in subsections B, C and D of this section, no person shall moor a vessel or leave a vessel unattended at a county dock having one or more ramps. B. The restriction in subsection A of this section is not applicable to the county dock and ramp facility located at Lakeview, Idaho. C. Emergency response vessels, with permission from the board of county commissioners, may request to moor at a county dock if there is adequate space available without any negative impact on the general public.The board of county commissioners reserves the right to subject the permittee under this subsection to any and all reasonable permit restrictions and conditions, including, and without being limited to, insurance requirements and moorage fees. D.The county mooring slips located at Slee Street in Coolin shall permit two (2) hour boat parking in the mooring slips. (Ord. 528, 6-26-2012) E. A violation of this section shall constitute an infraction. 3-115: USE OF COUNTY DOCKS AT FACILITIES WITHOUT RAMPS: A. No person shall moor a boat at a county dock without a launch ramp for more than twenty four(24) hours within a forty eight(48) hour period, or in violation of the posted regulations at the location. Boats and other personal property left at a dock for a longer period of time without the written permission of the board of county commissioners may be impounded at the owner's expense, in addition to any penalty prescribed in this chapter. (Ord. 406, 5-30-2001) B. A violation of this section shall constitute an infraction. 3-116: PARKING OF MOTOR VEHICLES AND TRAILERS: 10 A. Parking on boat ramp areas or blocking access to a boat ramp is prohibited,except when in the actual process of loading or unloading a vessel. Vehicles left in the boat ramp areas may be impounded at the owner's expense in addition to any penalty prescribed in this chapter. B. Overnight parking of boats, vehicles or trailers is prohibited in any of the parking areas associated with all of the county boat launch facilities.Vehicles left in the boat launch parking areas may be impounded at the owner's expense in addition to any penalty prescribed in this chapter. (Ord. 528, 6-26-2012) C. A violation of this section shall constitute an infraction. 3-117: BOAT SEWAGE DISPOSAL: A. Dumping of boat sewage is prohibited, except in designated approved boat pump out stations. B. No person shall dump sewage from holding tanks into toilet facilities or on the ground, or into the water. (Ord. 406, 5-30-2001) C. A violation of this section shall constitute an infraction. 3-118: DERELICT DOCKS AND FLOAT HOUSES: A. No person shall allow a personal dock,float house or waterfowl blind to be released on any public body of water under which Bonner County has boater safety responsibility. B. Owners of floating devices such as docks and float houses who fail to properly secure them will be subject to payment of recovery and abatement costs. C. A violation of this section shall constitute an infraction. 3-119: BOATER RIGHT OF WAY: 11 Ar AGENDA Regular Meeting City of McCall October 10, 2019 at 5:30 PM Legion Hall - McCall City Hall City Council (Lower Level) 216 East Park Street OPEN SESSION PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE APPROVE THE AGENDA 5:30 p.m. CONSENT AGENDA All matters which are listed within the consent section of the agenda have been distributed to each member of the McCall City Council for reading and study. Items listed are considered routine by the Council and will be enacted with one motion unless a Council Member specifically requests it to be removed from the Consent Agenda to be considered separately. Staff recommends approval of the following ACTION ITEMS: 1. Payroll Report for period ending September 20, 2019 (ACTION ITEM) 2. Clerk License Report(ACTION ITEM) 3. Warrant Register—GL (ACTION ITEM) 4. Warrant Register—Vendor(ACTION ITEM) 5. Accept the Following COMMITTEE MINUTES (ACTION ITEM) a. Airport Advisory Committee—2019 -July 11 b. Airport Advisory Committee—2019—September 5 c. Golf Advisory Committee—2019—July 10 d. Golf Advisory Committee—2019—August 14 e. Library Board of Trustees—2019—August 22 f. Library Board of Trustees—2019—August 28 g. Planning and Zoning Commission—2019—August 6 6. AB 19-215 Request to Approve Engineering Services Agreement for Crestline Engineers for the East Park Street Reconstruction Phase (ACTION ITEM) LIC HEARING 5:35 p.m. AB 19-216 Request to Approve PUD-19-03, SUB-19-06, and Associated Development Agreement for Broken Ridge Commons (ACTION ITEM) 6:35 p.m. REPORTS Chamber monthly report to Council Department Reports Page 1 of 2 CITY COUNCIL AGENDA October 10, 2019 Regular 7:00 p.m. PUBLIC COMMENT At this time,the Mayor will call for any comments from the public on any subject whether or not it is on the agenda for any item(s)the public may wish to bring forward and discuss. Please limit comments to three (3) minutes. The City Council does not take any action or make any decisions during public comment. To request Council action during the Business portion of a Council meeting,contact the City Manager or City Clerk at least one week in advance of a meeting. BUSINESS AGENDA 7:05 p.m. AB 19-218 Request to Appoint Mike Weiss to the Airport Advisory Committee (AAC) (ACTION ITEM) 7:10 p.m. AB 19-214 Request to authorize the Public Art Advisory Committee to issue the Call to Artists for the Downtown Public Art Project(ACTION ITEM) 7:30 p.m.AB 19-219 Request for Approval of a Film Location Release at McCall Municipal Airport for LWT Enterprises, Inc. (ACTION ITEM) 7:40 p.m.AB 19-217 McCall Police Department Presentation of Public Safety for the Summer of 2019 7:55 p.m. Review the Upcoming Meetings Schedule 8:00 p.m. ADJOURNMENT American with Disabilities Act Notice: The City Council Meeting room is accessible to persons with disabilities. If you need assistance,please contact City Hall at 634-7142 at least 48 hours prior to the meeting. Page 2 of 2 CITY COUNCIL AGENDA October 10, 2019 Regular McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-216 Meeting Date October 10, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Originator Department Approvals Initials or Supporter Request to Approve PUD-19-03, SUB-19-06, and Mayor/Council Associated Development Agreement for Broken City Manager Clerk Ridge Commons Treasurer Community Development )4 Originator 1/, r�pL CIV `, l� Police Department W Public Works Golf Course COST IMPACT: N/A Parks and Recreation FUNDING N/A Airport SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: ASAP Information Systems Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT: par-pat ; /t f , cn ,,�� pe.,,, L"444ibliT, r,(-4_ 64-4- gs5ecv 64u-title►..rad eta',me—or."--) The property owner, Resolute Land Holdings, has applied for a Planned Unit Development General Plan, Subdivision Preliminary Plat, and associated Development Agreement for Broken Ridge Commons, a mixed-use development to include four(4) live work units,twelve (12) micro townhomes, a movie theatre and restaurant, coffee shop, cross-fit/yoga studio, and storage facility. At its August 6, 2019 regularly scheduled meeting, the McCall Area Planning and Zoning unanimously recommended the PUD general plan, Subdivision preliminary plant,and associated development agreement to City Council for approval and approved the associated design review and scenic route applications. Staff Report, draft Findings of Fact, development agreement, and application materials are attached. RECOMMENDED ACTION: Approve Planned Unit Development General Plan application PUD-19-03 and Subdivision Preliminary Plat application SUB-19-06, the associated development agreement as recommended by the McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission, and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION 1/1 tr3IIAMA:0 ALC' I totiv )4t* PACKET Page 95 of 218 McCall City Council Staff Report PUD-19-03,SUB-19-05, and Development Agreement Broken Ridge Commons Mixed Use Development October 10, 2019 Applicant: Resolute Land Holdings Agent: SU Architecture Application: Planned Unit Development General Plan,Subdivision Preliminary Plat, and Associated Development Agreement Zoning: CC—Community Commercial Description A Planned Unit Development General Plan,Subdivision Preliminary Plat, and associated Development Agreement for Broken Ridge Commons, a mixed-use development,to include four(4) live work units, twelve(12) micro townhomes, a movie theatre and restaurant, coffee shop, cross-fit/yoga studio, and storage facility. The original Broken Ridge Townhomes approvals required that the three subject parcels be developed commercially. The residential development is allowed within the Community Commercial zone, provided they are part of a mixed-use development that includes at least 50%of the ground floor area in commercial or public use space.The applicant meets all provision of the McCall City Code other than the one requested alleviation,that the 50%commercial use be calculated across the commercial project as a whole, rather than building by building. A phasing plan that requires both the commercial and residential development to proceed concurrently is included within the Development Agreement. Per MCC 3.8.062,the parking guidance is one parking space is required for each 500 sq.ft. of commercial space and two parking spaces are required for each condo or townhome unit plus one additional 10x20'space for every two units.The application is proposing parking as follows: a. Micro Townhomes (12):34 10x20" spaces,to include two ADA spaces b. Commercial space (9,000 sq.ft.): 29 spaces to include two ADA spaces c. Live/Work Units (4): 16 spaces (includes driveway and single car garage) d. Storage Building(7,000 sq.ft.): 14 spaces,to include one ADA More than the minimum required parking by the parking table has been provided across the site. MCC 9.3.102 requires a parks contribution of 0.0277 acres for each dwelling unit proposed,therefore a park of 0.432 acres would be required.As an alternative,the applicant proposes to develop . •• public parking lot on the northwest 0.57 common area parcel to service the future •ark acros •- Cstre ? f the parking development because unfeasible for any reason,the applicant will contribute PACKETUit-iiCvino `4 ' ji{17Page 96 of 218 V ecoAc5 Oft"-44-41-5 $15,000 in in-lieu fees to the City to further develop the City 2.84 acre parcel as a City Park. The app can presen e tcrthe Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee on September 18, 2019, which recommended the proposed plan to City Council for approval. p— Code Narrative P4- R- The Future Land Use Map within the 2018 McCall Area Comprehensive Plan indicates the continued zoning of the subject property as community commercial.The project provides both live work dwellings and micro townhomes,which furthers the Comprehensive Plan goal to promote a variety of housing types and options.The commercial development also supports the future land use map designation of this area as a neighborhood commercial center and helps to provide year-round employment opportunities,which is identified as a goal of the 2018 McCall Area Comprehensive Plan. Per MCC 9.2.095,two parking spaces are required for each residential unit in a townhome project, plus an additional 10'x 20'space for every two units. MCC 3.10.08F requires a minimum of 10%open space for PUD projects with less than 20 dwelling units. MCC 9.3.102 requires a parks contribution of 0.0277 acres for each dwelling unit. Pursuant to McCall City Code (MCC 9.2.06.H), preliminary subdivision plat approval shall lapse and become void whenever the applicant has not applied for final plat approval within eighteen (18) months from the date of preliminary plat approval by McCall City Council.Alternatively,the applicant shall revise their Development Agreement with the City to include a phasing plan and completion timeline. The PUD General Plan approval shall lapse and become void in the applicant has not submitted for PUD Final Plan approval within eighteen (18) months of approval of the PUD General Plan. Pursuant to McCall City Code (MCC 3.16.08), design review approval shall lapse and become void whenever the applicant has not applied for a building permit within one year from the date of initial approval. Design Guideline Narrative Please see the attached Findings and Conclusions document for Design Guideline analysis. Comments Agency– McCall Engineer In a letter dated June 14, 2019,the McCall City Engineer provided the following comments: Minor Plat Amendment 1. The final amended plat shall comply with the City's digital data submission standards (DDSS).To comply with the DDSS,the additional information is needed on the amended plat: a. Control point ties from two separate boundary monuments to two City of McCall control points shall be identified and include with bearings and distance data. PACKET Page 97 of 218 b. Add a note on the plat that specifies the basis of bearing and where distances described (Ground vs. State Plane Grid). 2. Identify any/all private roads on the amended plat. 3. The 12'wide snow storage and utility easements along the frontages of Boydstun and West Valley Roads shall be maintained as provided per Phase 1 of the project, and in accordance with MCC§9.3.06. X554. The proposed driveway ingress/egress on Boydstun Stree oes not comply with the City's access management guidelines or MCC 9.3.03(B) and is th a prohibite . A access to the /' p(V( site shall be from the existing entrances on West Valley Road,or via the Verita Road/Karen 7 ,i•\� 9 Street connection. However,the driveway on Boydstun may be used for gated emergency k L �( ' access only, if required by either the police or fire authorities. 2' PUD and Civil Plans 1. Final civil plans should include street and/or parking lot cross-sections, centerline stationing,elevations,vertical profile to indicate the road grade,vertical curves, and other information. 2. All proposed and modified easements (water,sewer, utility, and snow storage)shall be formally documented with signed declarations and recorded with the plat. Please provide a template to address any easement needs of the plat and provide a final version for the City's review. 3. Phase 1 of the project provided snow storage areas and easements,and the preliminary bv- ,,�✓ vA 11 Phase 2 plans identifies additional snow storage areas.These snow storage areas must Q,r�V' be preserved in their entirety. There appears to be no landscaping plan submitted with \e�J the package, and conflicts between snow storage and proposed landscaping areas could ,tryexist. It is recommended that this issue be evaluated, and conflicts resolved prior to final plan submittal. 4. A final signage and striping plan and illumination plan for ingress and egress of the public Right-of-Way shall be provided as part of the final civil design submittal and prepared in accordance with City and MUTCD standards. On-site traffic control signage and striping shall not conflict with, or otherwise interfere with the traffic control required within public Right-of-Way. 5. MCC§9.6.05(F) provides the requirements for private road access and maintenance. Per this section, a maintenance reserve funding plan and schedule shall be prepared and provided to the City Engineer for approval. Water Service An 8" diameter water main will need to be installed to connect the mains at the site entrance near Boydstun and West Valley, along West Valley to the dead-end line at Verita (approximately 700'). Individual water meters will be required for each lot. Lots 76-92 may be served from the existing on-site water main parallel to Boydstun. Lot 4 and Lots 72-75 do not have a water main installed across their frontages. Meters may be clustered near one of the West Valley Road entrances with individual service PACKET Page 98 of 218 lines provided to each lot. If Lot 4 requires fire service,the project proponent will need to discuss the logistics of such with the City's Water Department to determine the means of providing such services. The following is required for water system acceptance of any new water main extensions or additions: 1. Provide all QA/QC testing results completed by a qualified and licensed 3" party. This includes bacteria sample results and main line pressure tests. 2. Provide documentation (statement letter, stamped record drawings, etc.)from a licensed engineer that all infrastructure has been constructed in accordance with the project plans and local (City and PLRWSD) specifications. 3. All water valves shall be raised and collared in accordance with the approved plans and the City of McCall's specifications. 4. At the completion of all water infrastructure improvements, an on-site acceptance inspection shall be completed by the City Engineer and the McCall Water Distribution Superintendent to affirm project completion and formalize infrastructure acceptance. 5. A fire flow analysis is required to verify the size of the proposed water main addition is sufficient. New water connections to the main lines shall be shown on the civil plans.All water"will serve" letters for the project will be provided concurrently with final engineering approval. Wetlands, Grading and Drainage 1. Wetlands disturbances are not identified in the application package for this development. If wetlands disturbance(s) may occur as a result of this project, please provide formal documentation regarding how any proposed wetlands impacts will be permitted and/or mitigated as approved by the U.S.Army Corps of Engineers. 2. Based on a review of the Phase 1 approved grading and drainage design staff has determined that once the final civil design is approved,the proposed development will likely conform to the City's engineering requirements and drainage management guidelines (DMGs). Additional stormwater comments include: a. A stormwater drainage report was submitted for Phase 1 of the project, and includes Phase 2. If the City finds that this drainage report is insufficient for the currently proposed Phase 2, a revised formal stormwater drainage report shall be provided with the final civil design submittal and prepared in accordance with the City's Drainage Management Guidelines (DMGs).The DMGs can be found here: https://evogov.s3.amazonaws.com/141/media/115536.pdf b. Stormwater peak flow attenuation (i.e. retainage volume calcs.)shall indicate the post- development runoff flow rate shall not exceed predevelopment conditions. c. First flush treatment calculations shall be provided to indicate how the proposed stormwater management system adequately treat the 95%storm (0.81" over 24 hours). PACKET Page 99 of 218 d. Water quality treatment of runoff from the proposed roadway and residences shall be provided before discharge into adjacent waterways. Payette Lakes Recreational Water and Sewer District (PLRWSD) This application was distributed to PLRWSD more than thirty(30) days prior to the July 9, 2019 McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission meeting. In a letter dated June 12, 2019,the sewer district requested that the applicant schedule a meeting with to further discuss the project. Central District Health Department(CDHD) In a review letter dated June 4, 2019, CDHD stated central sewage and water plans must be submitted to and approved by the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality and that a subdivision application and engineering report are required for approval by CDHD. Additionally, plans for food and beverage establishments shall be submitted to CDHD for review. McCall Addressing Coordinator In an email dated June 7, 2019,the McCall Addressing coordinator provided addresses for the development. Prior to issuance of a Certificate of Occupancy, buildings shall be addressed per the provided addresses and McCall Addressing Standards. Idaho Transportation Department(ITD) In a review letter dated June 14, 2019, ITD stated Boydstun St. is not currently part of the State Highway system, however, it is under consideration as an alternate route. ITD requests a Traffic Impact Study reflecting the full buildout that analyzes the Boydstun St./West Valley Rd. intersection and all proposed access points on Boydstun to determine any necessary mitigation for traffic impacts. The current design of the development would not be acceptable to ITD without a traffic impact study if Boydstun St. were to become part of the State Highway system and if allowed as proposed,the access may become a complication for the future designation of Boydstun St. as a State Highway. AS) In a second review letter dated September 13, 2019, ITD provided the following additional comments: The applicant is working on a Traffic Impact Study reflecting the full buildout of the development.A phasing plan has been submitted to ITD for consideration to include Lot 4,storage building, all four live/work units, and three (3) micro townhouses. Phase two will include the remaining development. ITD )citr'tse.,\A has stated that they have no objection to the construction of Phase 1. Prior to the construction of Phase 2, a Traffic Impact Study(TIS) must be received, reviewed, and accepted by ITD.All mitigation identified by the TIS must be constructed before occupation ofphase 2. �1.4n s al l`r-�.y�rtb k lZ-� ��1 r, �(, LS McCall Arborist ��t-✓ \ In an email dated June 18, 2019,the McCall Arborist stated that the plans appear to mis-represent the it size of existing trees, no trees on site of significant size (36 in.) as noted in the drawing set were CI identified. The existing stand could use to be thinned for forest health in areas that are not going to be impacted by proposed structures and it is requested that if the applicant stock pile tree material or build slash piles that they be short term to mitigate against bark beetle. The landscape plans show dry land seed mix in areas and other areas to remain undisturbed. This area has a significant problem with noxious weeds and it is requested the applicant provide a narrative, program, or specific notes in the design drawings to address noxious weed management. This should PACKET Page 100 of 218 apply to all areas that are going to be re-vegetated and/or disturbed areas and how they plan to manage noxious weeds throughout the property in the time it takes plant materials and grasses to get established. McCall Fire Department In an email dated July 7, 2019, McCall Fire stated the mixed-use building will need fire sprinkler systems as determined by the building code.The applicant,the sprinkler contractor, and civil engineer will need to schedule a meeting with McCall Fire to determine FDC location/remote location,for the sprinkler system. The commercial buildings will also need fire alarm systems as determined by the building plans, and KNOX key boxes.The sprinkler and alarm plans will need to be submitted to the Idaho State Fire Marshal's Office for plan review prior to installation. County Surveyor In an email dated July 30, 2019, the County Surveyor recommended approval of the preliminary plat. Public—No public comment has been received LlAasei Council Findings The Council hereby makes the following findings: 1. The project is in general conformance with the Comprehensive Plan. 2. The project does not jeopardize the health,safety or welfare of the public. 3. The project conforms to the applicable specifications outlined in the City of McCall Design Guidelines as well as all other applicable requirements of the Zoning. Conditions of Approval 1. All applications shall be contingent upon one another. 2. Prior to scheduling of the Planned Unit Development Final Plan and Subdivision Final Plat applications in front of the McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission,the applicant shall: a. Provide a revised plat which includes revisions requested by the City Engineer: i. The final plat shall comply with the City's digital data submission standards (DDSS); additional information is needed on the plat: 1. Control point ties from two separate boundary monuments to two City of McCall control points shall be identified and include with bearings and distance data. 2. Add a note on the plat that specifies the basis of bearing and where distances described (Ground vs. State Plane Grid). ii. All proposed and modified easements (water,sewer, utility, and snow storage)shall be formally documented with signed declarations and recorded with the plat. PACKET Page 101 of 218 b. Provide a traffic impact study to the City and Idaho Transportation Department for review (see ITD comments above). 3. Prior to any site work or disturbance,the applicant shall prepare final design plans and a stamped stormwater drainage report for review and receive engineering approval from the McCall City Engineer for project final civil designs (see agency comments above). 4. Any existing overhead utilities along the property frontage,other than the primary transmission line, and all new utilities shall be installed underground, and any future propane tanks shall be placed underground. 5. Prior to issuance of a building permit,the applicant shall: a. Prepare final design plans and a stamped stormwater drainage report for review and approval by the City Engineer. b. Financially assure completion of all deferred public improvements in compliance with the applicable provisions of the McCall City Code (MCC 9.6.067). c. The applicant shall receive final approval from McCall Fire for the proposed building plans. d. Receive approval from Central District Health Department(see agency comments). e. Receive approval from the Payette Lakes Recreations Water and Sewer District for all sewer improvements.The applicant shall adhere to all PLRWSD requirements. f. Provide shall submit specifications for all proposed light fixtures demonstrating that site and exterior building lighting will comply with the McCall Outdoor Lighting Ordinance 3.14. 6. Prior to issuance of a final Certificate of Occupancy,the applicant shall: a. Complete the onsite improvements including landscaping,walkways, site grading,storage buildings,trash enclosures, lighting, and amenities,as shown in the Applications for PUD-19- 03, SUB-19-05, and associated development agreement. b. Complete all off-site street,sidewalk, utility and stormwater improvements as represented in the final civil plans approved by the McCall City Engineer. c. Building numbers shall be installed in accordance with McCall Addressing Guidelines. d. Meet the Mixed-Use Guarantees requirements, as detailed within Article II of the associated development agreement. e. Adhere to the Phasing Plan as detailed in Article III of the associated development agreement. PACKET Page 102 of 218 7. A full set of as built (record) drawings of all improvements intended for public use and maintenance, including, but not limited to,water and sewer lines, and including also private and public streets, shall be furnished to the City within sixty(60) days of completion of the construction. 8. Prior to execution and recordation of the Subdivision Final Plat the applicant shall provide digital files of the plat in accordance with the McCall Digital Data Submission Standards. 9. Pursuant to McCall City Code (MCC 9.2.06.H), preliminary subdivision plat approval shall lapse and become void whenever the applicant has not applied for final plat approval within eighteen (18) months from the date of preliminary plat approval by McCall City Council. Alternatively,the applicant shall revise their Development Agreement with the City to include a phasing plan and completion timeline. 10. The PUD General Plan approval shall lapse and become void in the applicant has not submitted for PUD Final Plan approval within eighteen (18) months of approval of the PUD General Plan. PACKET Page 103 of 218 IN RE: ) McCALL CITY COUNCIL Broken Ridge Commons ) FINDINGS OF FACT,CONCLUSIONS OF LAW,AND Planned Unit Development ) DECISION General Plan ) Application Number: ) PUD-19-03 FINDINGS OF FACTS Applicant: Resolute Land Holdings Representative: Gregory Ugrin of SU Architecture Application: Planned Unit Development General Plan, Subdivision Preliminary Plat, Design Review,and Scenic Route Review applications and associated Development Agreement for Broken Ridge Commons,a mixed-use development to include four(4) live work townhomes,twelve (12) micro townhomes, a movie theatre, coffee shop, cross-fit yoga studio, and storage facility. Companion Applications: Subdivision Preliminary Plat SUB-19-05, Design Review DR-19-27, Scenic Route application SR-19-10, and associated Development Agreement Procedural History: During its regularly scheduled October 10, 2019 meeting,the McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission held a properly scheduled public hearing and unanimously recommended approval of the Planned Unit Development General Plan,Subdivision Preliminary Plat and Associated Development Agreement to City Council and approved the associated Design Review and Scenic Route applications. PACKET Page 104 of 218 Location: Lots 2,3 and 4, Block 1 of Broken Ridge Commons situate in the Ne 1/4 of the NE%of Section 18,T18N, R3E, B.M., City of McCall,Valley County, Idaho. Pre-Application Meeting Date: May 7, 2019 Public Notices: Newspaper:The Notice of Hearing was published in the Star News on September 19, 2019. Mailing:The applicant mailed the Notice of Hearing to property owners within 300 feet on September 25, 2019. Posting:The applicant posted the Notice of Hearing on the subject property on September 25, 2019. Zoning: CC—Community Commercial Property Size: Lot 2: 56,236 sq.ft. (1.29 acres), Lot 3: 20,735 sq.ft. (0.48 acres), Lot 4: 10,890 sq.ft. (0.25 acres) APPROVAL STANDARDS Title 3,Chapter 10 1. The underlying zoning,title IX of the McCall City Code, and other applicable regulations under title III and title IX of the McCall City Code are met,except as the applicant has specifically requested modifications to the standards as part of the PUD.The project meets the underlying Community Commercial-CC zoning; multi-family dwellings are permitted in the CC zone as part of a mixed-use development per MCC 3.4.02 and 3.4.04(d).The applicable regulations under Title III and Title IX of McCall City Code are met,except for the following alleviations from the development standards requested by the applicant: a. Mixed Use Requirement: Per MCC 3.4.04(D) Residential uses are allowed in the CC zones provided that at least 50%of the ground floor area is dedicated to commercial or public PACKET Page 105 of 218 uses. For this project,the owner is proposing to provide an area equal to 55%of the ground floor area across the development as a whole, rather than within each individual building. 2. The proposed uses shall not be detrimental to present and potential surrounding uses; nor shall they be detrimental to the health,safety and general welfare of the public.The physical features of the site,public facilities, and existing adjacent developments and uses shall be considered.The proposed sixteen unit residential and commercial mixed-use complex is compatible with the surrounding single-family residential,townhome, community commercial, and industrial properties.The original Broken Ridge Townhome development required that the three subject parcels be developed as commercial to provide the surrounding residential developments a neighborhood commercial area.Therefore, all adjacent developments and uses have been considered and the project will not be detrimental to the health,safety and general welfare of the public. 3. The density of the planned unit development considered as a whole shall be in substantial conformity with the density of the underlying zone.The applicant proposes sixteen (16) units over approximately two acres.The project meets the underlying community commercial zoning, which allows up to forty (40) units per acre, as well as the R8—Medium Density Residential zoning which is located on the northeast corner of the plat. 4. Any variation from the basic zone requirements must be warranted by the design and amenities incorporated in the preliminary and final development plan.The development includes the following amenities incorporated in the preliminary plan: Perimeter pathways with incorporated benches, common area landscaped open space,access to a shared playground, integration into a mixed use commercial project to include coffee shop, CrossFit and yoga studio, movie theatre and event venue. PACKET Page 106 of 218 5. The planned unit development must meet the general objectives of the McCall Area Comprehensive Plan.The Future Land Use Map within the 2018 McCall Area Comprehensive Plan indicates the continued zoning of the subject property as community commercial.The project provides both live work dwellings and micro townhomes,which furthers the Comprehensive Plan goal to promote a variety of housing types and options.The commercial development also supports the future land use map designation of this area as a neighborhood commercial center and helps to provide year round employment opportunities,which is identified as a goal of the 2018 McCall Area Comprehensive Plan. 6. Existing and proposed streets and utility services must be suitable and adequate for the proposed development.The proposed streets and utility services will be suitable and adequate for the development and will be required to receive final approval from both the Sewer District and the City of McCall. 7. A development agreement is required between the developer and the city which delineates commitments of the developer to the city and of the city to the developer including, but not limited to,assurances for public and private improvements and maintenance of the same. A draft development agreement has been submitted because the developer proposes to obtain building permits prior to recordation of the final plat. 8. A PUD may be proposed in conjunction with an application to amend the zoning map and the Comprehensive Plan.The applicant is not proposing to amend the zoning map or the Comprehensive Plan. PUD Development Standards [MCC 3.10.08] 1. Residential Density:The applicant proposes sixteen (16) units over approximately two acres. The project meets the underlying community commercial zoning,which allows up to forty(40) PACKET Page 107 of 218 units per acre, as well as the R8—Medium Density Residential zoning which is located on the northeast corner of the plat. 2. Yards: Per MCC 3.10.08G, at least 100 sq.ft. of private landscaped open space is required per dwelling. Private open space in excess of 100 sq.ft. per unit has been provided. 3. Off Street Parking: Per MCC 3.8.062, one parking space is required for each 500 sq.ft. of commercial space and two parking spaces are required for each condo or townhome unit plus one additional 10x20'space for every two units.The application is proposing parking as follows: a. Micro Town homes (12): 34 10x20" spaces,to include two ADA spaces b. Commercial space (9,000 sq.ft.): 29 spaces to include two ADA spaces c. Live/Work Units (4): 16 spaces (includes driveway and single car garage) d. Storage Building(7,000 sq.ft.): 14 spaces,to include one ADA More than the minimum required parking has been provided across the site. 4. Signs: No signs have yet been proposed for the development. Any proposed signs will require review and approval by the City of McCall. 5. Storm Water Management:As stated in the City Engineer(see Agency Comments)submitted conceptual grading and stormwater management plans indicate that the project will likely be able to comply with the City's drainage and management guidelines and final design approval will be required as part of final engineering approval. 6. Open Space;Common Areas;Amenities: MCC 3.10.08F requires a minimum of 10%open space for PUD projects,therefore a minimum of 8,786 sq.ft. of open space is required. The applicant is proposing 71,196 sq.ft. of permanent open space, or 66%.Approximately 36,000 sq. ft. (33%) is intended to be landscaped open space and the remaining 33% includes hardscaped areas such as parking, pathways,and patios. PACKET Page 108 of 218 Lot 97 and 98 are plated as common area,which collectively total 41959 sq.ft. of both hardscape and landscaped area. Perimeter pathways with incorporated benches, common area landscaped open space, access to a shared playground, integration into a mixed use commercial project to include coffee shop, CrossFit and yoga studio, movie theatre and event venue are all included as project amenities. 7. Required Setbacks: Per MCC 3.4.03,the minimum required setbacks in the Community Commercial zone are 5 ft.from the front property line, 5 ft.from any side street property lines, 0 ft.for interior side property lines, 10 ft.from the rear property line, and 15 ft.from any adjoining residential zoned property line. All structures meet or exceed these minimum requirements. 8. Landscaping:The submitted landscaping plan provides screening between the building frontages and the parking areas as well as the Boydstun St. scenic route.The landscaping plan also proposes to preserve several significant trees on site. A tree protection plan has been provided and approved by the City Arborist. 9. Private Streets: Private streets may be utilized within the project,subject to the requirements of title IX,chapter 6 of this code,when the following requirements are met: a. The commission,after recommendation from city staff and the fire chief,finds that the design of the proposed streets, pedestrian pathways and off-street parking is adequate to protect public health, safety and welfare and will adequately accommodate anticipated uses within the development, as well as appropriately contribute to the city's need for a connected street network.The off-street parking area is adequate to accommodate the anticipated uses within the development. PACKET Page 109 of 218 1°61) u� ek-5 /J' b. Private streets shall be owned by a homeowners'association and all future repair and 50\4 maintenance costs, including reconstruction,shall be borne by the homeowners. No ,c,t3fr a 646 new streets are proposed. IS 10. Lighting Plan:The application that lighting fixture types and locations will meet the provisions of McCall's Outdoor Lighting Ordinance (MCC 3.14)which requires all exterior lighting to be downcast and fully shielded. However, no specific fixtures or locations have been provided. Therefore, as a Condition of Approval, prior to issuance of a building permit,the applicant shall provide a fixture information that demonstrates that the site and exterior building lighting will comply with the McCall Outdoor Lighting Ordinance, pursuant to MCC 3.14. DEPARTMENT/AGENCY COMMENTS McCall Engineer In a letter dated June 14, 2019,the McCall City Engineer provided the following comments: Minor Plot Amendment 1. The final amended plat shall comply with the City's digital data submission standards (DDSS).To comply with the DDSS,the additional information is needed on the amended plat: a. Control point ties from two separate boundary monuments to two City of McCall control points shall be identified and include with bearings and distance data. b. Add a note on the plat that specifies the basis of bearing and where distances described (Ground vs. State Plane Grid). 2. Identify any/all private roads on the amended plat. 3. The 12'wide snow storage and utility easements along the frontages of Boydstun and West Valley Roads shall be maintained as provided per Phase 1 of the project, and in accordance with MCC59.3.06. PACKET Page 110 of 218 Location: Lots 2,3 and 4, Block 1 of Broken Ridge Commons situate in the Ne 1/4 of the NE'A of Section 18,T18N, R3E, B.M.,City of McCall,Valley County, Idaho. Pre-Application Meeting Date: May 7, 2019 Public Notices: Newspaper:The Notice of Hearing was published in the Star News on September 19, 2019. Mailing:The applicant mailed the Notice of Hearing to property owners within 300 feet on September 25, 2019. Posting:The applicant posted the Notice of Hearing on the subject property on September 25, 2019. Zoning: CC—Community Commercial Property Size: Lot 2: 56,236 sq.ft. (1.29 acres), Lot 3: 20,735 sq.ft. (0.48 acres), Lot 4: 10,890 sq.ft. (0.25 acres) Parking Spaces: Per MCC 3.8.062, one parking space is required for each 500 sq. ft. of commercial space and two parking spaces are required for each condo or townhome unit plus one additional 10x20'space for every two units. The application is proposing parking as follows: Micro Townhomes(12):34 10x20" spaces,to include two ADA spaces Commercial space (9,000 sq.ft.):29 spaces to include two ADA spaces Live/Work Units(4): 16 spaces (includes driveway and single car garage) Storage Building(7,000 sq.ft.): 14 spaces,to include one ADA APPROVAL STANDARDS Title 9,Chapter 1 Subdivision and Development Provisions PACKET Page 121 of 218 1. The applicant, based on the size of the proposed subdivision,was required to submit an accompanying Planned Unit Development application [MCC 9.1.02.E&Table 9.1.02].A Planned Unit Development application is required for developments in the Community Commercial zoning that are greater than two (2) acres in size. The proposed development is approximately 2.02 acres,therefore, a planned unit development general plan application has also been submitted. 2. No subdivision shall be approved which affects the ability of a political subdivision of the state, including school districts,to deliver services without compromising quality or service delivery to current residents or imposing substantial additional costs upon current residents,unless the subdivider provides for the mitigation of the effects of subdivision [MCC 9.1.02.G]. No significant impacts to the school district are anticipated. 3. When an owner of contiguous parcels proposes to subdivide any portion of the contiguous parcels,an area development plan shall be submitted and approved.The commission and council shall evaluate the following basic site criteria and make appropriate findings of fact regarding the area development plan [MCC 9.1.02.H]. a. Streets,whether public or private, provide an interconnected system and shall be adequate to accommodate anticipated vehicular and pedestrian traffic and to meet the requirements of its functional classification.The development will be accessed via the existing private Broken Creek St. and Broken Pine Ln.A traffic study to evaluate the impacts of the development on the intersection of Boydstun St. and West Valley Rd. has been requested and any required mitigation will be the responsibility of the applicant. b. Nonvehicular circulation routes provide safe pedestrianways and bicycleways and provide an interconnected system to streets, parks and green space, public lands, or other destinations.The existing perimeter pathway system as well as the proposed PACKET Page 122 of 218 McCall Area Chamber of Commerce&Visitors Bureau September Minutes:Thursday,September 12th,2019,8:00 am @ Shore Lodge Corporate Offices Board Members Present:Tammy McCloud,April Whitney,Shannon Berry,Melanie Holmes,Shane Hinson,Vonna Torrey,Lisa Johnson,Annette Spickard. Board Members Present by Call-In:Dustin Ames Board Members Absent:Mindy Miller,Tricia Jackson,Jill Morris-Chapman,Sandy Schiffman,Scotty Davenport,Gary Thompson,and Jenny Ruemmele. Office Staff:Rachel Aaronson and Lindsey Harris Guest In-Person:Andrew Mentzer Guest Call-In:McKenzie Kramer Meeting Called by President,Tammy McCloud at 8:04AM Introductions:All board members and guest are asked to state their name and business.Vonna makes a motion to accept minutes from August and April 2nds,motion passes. WCMEDC Report:Andrew spoke about the October 2019 Economic Summit.The 2019 Economic Summit theme will be about regional wins.Broadband update,Andrew is working on some new policy,tax credits and additional options for broadband sending to the city this week. Leadership Academy: The Leadership Retreat will be October 23rd-24th at the YMCA.The Alumni campground cleanup will be on September 29th from 1pm-3pm from Packer-John to Last Chance Campground(Event will happen 2x a year).Additionally,all alumni are invited to dinner during at the retreat on October 23rd. Governance Team:Festival of Trees will be removed from the Chamber responsibilities and is being transferred to the Progressive Club.The shift of money from Festival of Trees will go to attorney fees,leaving the budget still in the black.We will look for additional sponsorships to make up for any additional loss.Budget is approved by April and 2nd by Shane Hinson,all in favor,budget is approved. Treasurer's Report:Melanie makes motions to approve August financial and Vonna 2nd,motion approved. Office Report:Lindsey covered all new and canceled members.Discussion about homelessness and what options are available, police and church services/resources.Annette mentioned that maybe the City or Chamber could send out information to businesses about how to deal with these issues or what resourced are available.Lindsey reminded everyone on this month's Business Afterhours that will be hosted at Brundage's downtown location. Team Reports: A) Membership Services:Melanie reported on the current"Non-Profit Rate"and the board decided at this moment there was still not any fantastic options,but their best option was to have a regional based non-profit rate. Membership services will be having a meeting next week and stated their goal is look closer at the nonprofit pay structure and to make sure they are continuing to grow the Chamber's memberships. B) Marketing/Communications/Website:April spoke about Visit McCall Winter Magazine—SPA will be the big feature, additionally it will feature"Best/Most for"each ski area highlighting 2-3 for each ski area.The Slice of Life this year will feature snow removal and the people behind the scenes,private and public jobs.April mentioned they need to have a meeting before Lindsey leaves for vacation. C) Strategic Initiatives:Recycling conversation.Lindsey mentioned they city is thinking about moving the recycling center to Lake Fork.Strategic Initiative reported that their team seems to be working without physical meetings but will report back if a meeting is set.The City and the EDC said that the City can do a viral video about Lake Shore disposal.Lindsey asked the board how they felt about the Chamber asking Riddles and Albertsons to no longer use plastic bags,board gave the green light. D) Events:Lisa reported about the W.I boat cruise.There were 85 tickets sold and she got great feedback,and some said maybe every other month would be better.Lisa also spoke about the current planning for winter carnival and that we are hiring a events manager. E) Grant:Grant is on track.FamTour was here to tour beer and food,they have had a wonderful tour.Lindsey and McKenzie reported the FamTour did go over their grant budgeted amount but the FamTour's goal was to market McCall in fall or spring and highlight more about beer and culinary options which should help with shoulder season which Lindsey stated is one of the Chamber's main goals. PACKET \ t Page 159 of 218 To wrap up the team reports Tammy asked for the teams to try and make their meetings at least once a month and make sure they efficient and effective. Community Reports: a) City of McCall: Annette spoke about district three's visit reporting they had a tour bus around town to look at storm drainage,pedestrians and to highlight the benefit of 155 going through Boydstun&Deinhart.Everyone agreed after tour that the feasibility study would be a good benefit.During the tour there was a ribbon cutting on depot bridge for new art.Sidewalk maintenance is still a discussion with city council,but she will report back about what they decided. Kokanee Cove topic was reported on,stating the state doesn't have any money to start the project but they are looking at other funding options. b) New Meadows:Highway construction is complete.Shannon reported about the Tiny Home project c) Donnelly:Lindsey reported that the Huckleberry festival wrapped up.Andrew reported about the new pathways in Donnelly—Andrew stated he would send Lindsey the information. d) Cascade: Noted City Council Meetings: September:Vonna October:April November:Shannon Andrew mentioned the scenic byways websites will be coming out this month Meeting adjourn at 9:32am PACKET Page 160 of 218 Ale41116°. City of McCall em o CITY MANAGER To: City Council From: Anette Spickard,City Manager Date: October 2,2019 Re: Monthly Department Report—September 2019 1. Economic Summit 10/7/19 at Shore Lodge: The City was a sponsor of the Economic Summit hosted by the West Central Mountains Economic Development Council. A presentation of McCall's recent achievements was part of the program which focused on"Our Successes"in the region. 2. Heartland High School Presentation: I gave a Career Talk presentation to the Heartland High students as part of a mentoring program created by the McCall Rotary Club. The students had great questions about the challenges of being a City Manager, the future of the airport,the downtown core project,the RAPID project,and how to get a job with the City through our seasonal employee program.The students also proposed ideas for improvements to the skate park facility to make it a year-round use. 3. McCall Community Center: I attended the September board meeting of the Community Center and was elected onto the board as the City representative. We discussed the Civic Campus Master Plan and near-future repairs to the current building.The Center's board continues to apply for grants to upgrade the interior of the facility in order to provide ongoing services.They provided the attached list of activities that occur at the facility(attachment 1).They are planning a craft fair fundraiser in November. 40-IF 4. Idaho Department Parks&Recreation(IDPR)Kokanee Cove Project: -- et with Jim Foucher,IDPR consultant,regarding a potential new development at Ponderosa State Park. He is preparing a feasibility study for the State to consider private funding to build the new facility. I have attached a project description(attachment 2). PAA44f 5. Library Board/Museum Tour/Parks relocation: I continue to work with our design and construction management team for the Library expansion project. In September,we did a walk through of the Parks shop at the Annex as well as a site visit to the Museum site to begin development of the relocation plan for Parks staff and equipment.As a reminder,the removal of the Annex building and the relocation of Parks staff and equipment has to occur prior to the construction PACKET Page 161 of 218 of the Library expansion,therefore we must create a plan now so that we are ready to move forward when the financing for the Library project is secured.City Treasurer Linda Stokes and I are researching options to finance the Parks relocation and will present to Council at a future work session. 6. Open Office Hours: Citizen visits during my Wednesday open office hours continue to be steady. I have met with folks on a variety of topics such as Idaho Power smart meters,construction project questions, internet service,future of the airport,and our housing strategy. ' ^ f,,,Q�� 7. Out of Office Reminder: .� /1..q 7' U d'"'`g' 4441./0 I will attend the ICMA Annual Conference for City/County & Local Government Management Professionals in Nashville from 10/17-10/24 as part of my annual professional development. I will be on personal leave from 10/25-10/29.During this time,BessieJo Wagner will be the Acting City Manager. 8. Human Resources Update: The Employee Wellness Clinic will be Wednesday,October 16 from 8 a.m.to Noon in Legion Hall.Any employee, council member or dependent covered by our health insurance plan can receive a free health screening and flu vaccine. 9. Communications Program Update: �,c J'( C41/6 bil) Communications staff are working with the Parks and Streets departments to update •.r Snow in the campaign materials to reflect the new downtown sidewalk snow removal pro i . along with spec'`c outreach materials to the downtown owners/businesses about the new program. PACKET Page 162 of 218 September 2019 ATTACHMENT 1 McCALL SENIOR COMMUNITY CENTER PRESENT AND PAST BUILDING USERS It is imperative for the seniors in our community to have their own building that can serve as a place called home where the seniors can interact socially and receive nutritious meals tailored to their needs. Many of the seniors have no family or close friends in the vicinity, so they value time spent with their peers participating in activities sponsored by the center like weekly congregate meals ,tailgate football games, monthly Friday lunches. The Senior Center has also willingly shared their building with others in our Immediate community, as noted below. 1. Host Boy Scout and Girl Scout meetings and activities. 2. St. Lukes McCall Hospital holds foot clinics and medical talks for Alzheimers, Medicare and insurance for seniors. 3. Weekly congregate meals are held every Tuesday and Thursday, and meals prepared for Meals on Wheels for homebound or needy seniors. We attract people from campgrounds in the vicinity, and residents of Donnelly, New Meadows and Lake Fork averaging 30-50 persons dependent upon the season. 4. The McCall Senior Center is also a designated emergency backup facility for the city of McCall and for community emergencies. 5. Eastern Star meets monthly in our facilities. 6. The Finnish Ladies Aid hosts annually a fundraising event in our building, 7. The Beau Arts Society hosted a cooking class for their Cabin Fever series in our building 8. Vision and hearing clinics are also hosted in our building. 9. FLCA4Kids originally held their after school program Monday through Friday September to June in the McCall Senior Center prior to the building of the Barbara Morgan elementary school. 10. Community craft groups have met weekly in the center for sewing sessions. 11. Several churches have hosted Vacation Bible School sessions in our building. 12. Church Sunday Services were hosted in our building for a time period by a denomination who had no church building. 13. Funeral receptions have been hosted by families of the seniors, along with baby showers and high school graduation parties for grandchildren by grandparents. 14. Yoga and Fit and Fall classes are usually held weekly in our activity room at the center. 15.A dinner for 125 persons was hosted for the Oldtime Automobile Club that hosted an event in McCall this past summer. 16.The Idaho Music Society has regularly requested group dinners for participants in the Second Sunday Sounds at 6pm programs like the Boise State University Choir, Barbershop Quartet and Boise orchestra. 17. Pancake breakfasts are held during the Winter Carnival for the community. 18. The Senior Center hosts a food bank in their facility. 19. During the football season tailgate viewing parties are held for Boise State University games. 20. McCall Outdoor Science School hosted a dance, as well as a New Year's Eve party for the seniors in the community. 21. Seniors participate in weekly card games, work on puzzles and are able to borrow books or puzzles for home use. 22.The McCall Senior Citizen van has provided a bus for sight seeing of the Winter Carnival Ice sculptures to several Boise senior groups visiting the area, 23. Monthly movies, Friday lune es out and area sight seeing trips are also sponsored by the center. .11 PACKET Page 163 of 218 ATTACHMENT 2 Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation (IDPR) Statement of Purpose for Development of Kookanee Cove, Ponderosa State Park, McCall, Idaho The Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation(IDPR)board and staff are developing a plan for the potential development of a Kokanee Cove six-acre parcel of property within Ponderosa state Park, located at 1920 Davis Avenue in McCall, Idaho. The six-acre Kokanee Cove parcel is part of Ponderosa State park which is in the heart of Idaho's most popular and fastest growing year-round recreation destinations. Payette Lake is the primary attraction of the park and provides for a variety of water-based recreation activities. Ponderosa State Park is is located within the Southwestern Tourism Region which accounts for over 40 percent of the state's tourism expenditures an approximately 37 percent of all overnight visitor volume to the state. The property available for development was the former site of a Nazarene Church Camp,which ended operation in 2000. Several buildings remain on the site,primarily consisting of bunkhouses and support facilities of 1960's and earlier construction. IDPR has four objectives for the development of this property: 1. To provide enhanced, year-round recreational opportunities for the visiting public by offering a diversity of services, available to a wide range of park users and the public including families and groups.There could be a main lodge surrounded by cabins, a 300-foot sandy beach, recreational areas and a marina with docks and possible boat fueling area. 2. To successfully blend a new recreation opportunity with the park's natural landscape (e.g. environmental and aesthetic),the parks' existing development and the park's established summer and winter programs and uses. 3. The Kookanee Cove project will be a multifaceted facility. It might include a respite place where families with ill children from a Children's hospital could go to rest and rejuvenate; it would be a wonderful spot for weddings,reunions and outdoor celebrations and a venue for large corporate team building. There is a possibility for an expanded McCall Outdoor Science School (MOSS)which is operated by the University of Idaho's College of Natural Resources. It is a program where students learn by immersing themselves in nature and grow and create while exploring the science of ecology. 4. To employ the best commercial practices to the benefit of of both the IDPR and the Concession Leasee in the form of sufficient return for each. 5. To maintain positive relations with local communities, adjacent property owners and park users. Preliminary indications are that the approximate cost of the property development will be $10 million. All donated funds will be sent to and managed by a non-profit organization.All of the facilities will be owned by the State of Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation and leased to a concessionaire for management. There are no state funds available for construction and it is anticipated that none will be available in the foreseeable future. PACKET Page 164 of 218 AIJVIIIIIII)/ k_.--- ... e rfl o City of McCall To: City Council From: Richard M. Stein,Airport Manager CC: Anette Spickard,City Manager Date: October 3,2019 Re: Monthly Department Report—September 2019 /L ` 1. Dew Aviation,Inc.Lease: L G Negotiations continue between the Airport and Dew Aviation to lease an approximately 20,000 square foot area on the north ramp for building construction. Mr. Dew plans on construction and office and hangar complex for his aircraft maintenance business.A map of the location is attached. 2. Film Location Agreement: 'PLASQ/ r P tJ R -- LWT Enterprises, Inc. requested a location agreement to film segments of the television show River of No Return on McCall Municipal Airport. The agreement will be presented at an October City VCouncil meeting for approval.RIVER OF NO RETURN premieres Sunday,October 6 at 9pm ET/PT on Discovery Channel. Sawtooth Aviation and McCall are s own in the serie . 0 Ari),I 3. Gem Air Lease: --- 4.),(,(A-t, a kr-64_e .--- Gem Air,LLC has requested a 3-ye lease on portions of Hangar 101.Currently,Gem Air leases the office space on a partial year basis. The Airport Advisory Committee has recommended approval. The lease will be presented at an October City Council Meeting for approval. Map of location is attached. off'nn Sp , 6 Ci ) ('"' . 'ioneer Han.ar U Ida •• _ IA 3 e -c /// Q�1/�ru The historic. •- ignation for the Pioneer Hangar was approved for designation by the Idaho State i , r f Historical Society at their Sept. 28th meeting. The designation now moves onto U.S. National Park �`' • Service for consideration to be added to the National List of Historic Places. 5. Taxiway Realignment Project: The Federal Aviation Administration(FAA)has previously agreed to allow the earlier Environmental Assessment to suffice for the current project. Currently, wetlands designation and mitigation discussions are ongoing between the engineers,the FAA,and the City.A draft plan is attached. PACKET Page 165 of 218 A, 31Er Ct le 1 1 A 0 • .*it t 4‘41111114\ goo r Location Map—Hangar 95 Dew Aircraft, Inc. Deinhard 1 Development PACKET Page 166 of 218 Memo City of McCall To: City Council From: BessieJo Wagner,City Clerk CC: Anette Spickard,City Manager Date: 10/3/19 Re: Monthly Department Report—September 2019 VS t \ 1. Lodging(Tourism)LOT: 61' V' Four Local Option Tax (LOT)projects were funded in the month of September. Please see the attached �� LOT Disbursement report. The Library Expansion is the last contingent LOT left on the list for the 2019 Funding. Incoming funds for September have yet to come in. The Tourism and Streets LOT revenue projections are attached.As reflected in the attached reports,our collection of LOT is starting to level off. It appears that we will not have any surplus Tourism LOT funds this year.The Tourism LOT will fund all projects and all but one project on the contingency. The Library Expansion project is on the Contingency for$149,890, and while we should be able to fund some of this project, it is unlikely that it will be fully funded. 2. City Hall Remodel Final Touches: Staff are in the design process of creating a welcoming lobby with pictures, information document center, and seating. 01'114 3. Licenses and Permits: ( 6 tJ Licenses: Business— 13 new applications this month /93 issued in the current calendar year. Education and enforcement are a continuous on-going process. Of the business licenses received to date, 14 are vacation rentals and 1 bed and breakfast.Alcohol—One new license was issued to Big Country's Sports Pub.40 renewed licenses have been issued. Permits Processed to Date: Vendor permits (64); Catering permits (30); Farmers Market permit (1); Fireworks Display (3) Fireworks Stands (5); Animal Drawn Vehicle Permits (2); Public Events (6); Peddlers permits(1) 4. Council Elections: Staff prepared for the upcoming Council election for two 4-year terms.Three Declarations of Candidacy filings were accepted by the Clerk's department from August 26-September 6. PACKET Page 169 of 218 e in 0 City of McCall To: City Council From: Michelle Groenevelt,Community&Economic Development Director,AICP CC: Anette Spickard,City Manager Date: 10/1/19 Re: Monthly Department Report—September 2019 1. Housing: McCall Redevelopment Agency(MRA)advertised a Request For Proposal(RFP)for a Local Housing development for the parcel they own on Davis Ave. One proposal from The Housing Company was received by the deadline. CED Director has been asked to be on housing panel at American Planning Association Idaho conference in October in Twin Falls Oct.2-4. 2. Code Update: Diane Kushlan, a planning consultant, is leading the Code Update process in 2019. Airport Code update was moved to November to allow new Airport Manager more time to review.Consultant and staff presented code changes on code updates for local housing on October 1 Planning & Zoning Commission(PZC)meeting. 3. Urban Renewal: The next regular MRA meeting is on October 22. The MRA annual report and fmal plan for the new district will be on the October 24 Council meeting.There is a one position available on the Board and it has been advertised. 4. GIS: Lots of field work keeping up with the construction in the downtown,Jasper Sub, Thompson Street, and the instillation of conduit for the fiber project. Working with Parks Department in mapping new irrigation at the Museum and Riverfront park. Continued working with the City Process Evaluation (CPE) committee to start defming projects for the various departments. Met with ESRI project managers to discuss ways that ESRI (our mapping software company) can be more obtainable and useful to small communities and organizations like ours. Continuing to work on Apple development for the Historic Preservation Committee's tour app of our area. PACKET Page 179 of 218 5. Building: See Building Permit Report for more information on permit activity and revenues. Budget revenues were exceeded. The Building Official has been working on the review of the Library Schematic Design and cost estimate as part of the Library Core Group. 6. Planning: Planning fees for the fourth quarter have brought in$21,035 and FY19 total fees brought in$79,495, compared to FY19's budget projection of$50,000. One PZC seat is up for reappointment within the Impact Area.There will be a"thank you"event for PZ Commissioners on Wednesday, October 9 at 4:30 p.m. at Bistro 45 as well as an award for outstanding residential landscaping in the Shoreline Zone.City Council is also welcome to attend. 7. Economic Development: Grants: Grant report is attached. Public Art: The artwork on Lardo Bridge was installed September 10, 2019. A brief artwork dedication ceremony was held September 11 with the Idaho Transportation Department board. The Public Art Advisory Committee met September 30 at 5:30 p.m.in Legion Hall.A scope of work and selection process for downtown public art will be presented to Council in October. Historic Preservation: On September 28, the Idaho State Historic Preservation Office voted to forward the nomination of the Johnson Hangar(aka Pioneer Hangar)at the McCall Municipal Airport to the National Park Service for addition to the National Registry of Historic Places. PACKET Page 180 of 218 1 BLDG PERMIT FEE+APPLICATION/PLANS CHECK FEE=TOTAL PERMIT FEES o o 0 0 O NJ 0 o > o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 n aim $15,403 Cn $14,734 H 0 $13,953 (nN $12,031 $27,443 $68,899 $35,786 $6,874 Z I $1,352 ■ $2,623 ,f; N $10,966 MI $5,193 ■ $1,982 • $27,328 1 $1 332 0 • 3,667 NI 3,553 n W I $1,476 1 $1,132 I $545 -I MI $5,286 0 $39 -I I= $5,729 D 1 $1,469 r Z a $22,220 CO • Z 1 $1,216 r NJ 11111 $4,987 0 w EM $8,940 G) • 963 77 $10,532 m N, 71 NMI $9,433 XI . coLr' iiii $23,011 E • $89� $12,336 = O $9,311 m w $16,436 m $11,649 m • $35,705 (/f CI >0 $39,518 Q 7° $21,730 m $35 960 m ■ $50,130 o - $23,473 E '-, $66,039 0 V -0> =MIIIIIIIMIIMIIIMIIINIIII $38,367 z • z $50,066 -I N MIIIIIIIII $55,090 0 $86,955 = 00111.1111111 $45,399 • iiiii $37,761 -Ti o N $26,528 $66,275 n 1O >oo 1111.11111.111111 $50,606 D "< 111111•1111 $56,222 1- $88,336 $88,336 $105,437 m $42,361 D IIMINIIIIIIIIIIINIIII $40,008 C $52,029 Z' $62,108 $82,734 $67,320 $123,508 IMIIMIIIII $34,419 IIIIIII $35,463 `-- $23,553 ;7-78 M111111111111 $38,661 $58,320 IIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIII $46,657 $49,010 $10,523 b D $23 316 P C $34,042 co Gl $60,598 $79,733 00 $62,285 $74,102 -n $32 419 tv $51,797 0o cm 111111111111111 $28,993 rry--o"-' $24,914 $104,579 $48,924 $104,321 GRANT STATUS REPORT- October 2019 Department Project Name PM Purpose Funder Amount Status Public Works- Mission St. Nathan Reconstruct Mission St.from Deinhard FHWA through $2.19M No change: Design has Streets Reconstruction Stewart to S. City Limits LHTAC begun.Scheduled for construction in 2026. Community Bridging the Source: Delta Public art installation on Lardo Bridge; ' National $25,000 Updated:Artwork is Development the Arts and Payette James partnership with MAHC programming Endowment for installed;final report Lake the Arts submitted 9/30/19 Library Library Expansion Meg Lojek Capital Campaign Request Laura Moore $50,000 No change: Interim Cunningham report submitted 3/15. Public Works- 2"d St.ADA Curb Nathan Curb ramps at 2nd Street and SH55 to ITD $12,681 No change: Funding in Streets Ramps Stewart meet ADA ITIP for FY20 Parks North of Marina Kurt Wolf Swim lane lines, non-motorized launch Laura Moore $15,000 No change: Interim swim area stations Cunningham report submitted 3/15. Public Works- Downtown Nathan Purchase of pedestrian lighting for CDBG $475,300 Updated: Phase 1B Streets Revitalization Stewart downtown core lighting Notice to Proceed has been issued. Public Works- Park Street Nathan Reconstruction of Park Street— LRHIP $100,000 No change: Funding for Streets Reconstruction Stewart downtown core FY20 implementation. Parks Brown Park Kurt Wolf Replacement of playground IDPR— $136,004 Awarded:Awaiting Playground equipment and ADA improvements Land+Water ., i contract from NPS.J Conservation �l Library Library expansion Meg Lojek Capital Campaign request Laura Moore $150,000 Awarded! C Cunningham Library Library expansion Meg Lojek Capital Campaign request Idaho STEM $50,000 Awarded! Action Center CIO Parks Brown Park Kurt Wolf Playground equipment Idaho Community $5,000 Pending:application Playground Foundation submitted 8/15/19 Parks Wooley Boardwalk Kurt Wolf Purchase and install three interpretive Shelton $1632 Pending:application Interpretive Signs signs along Wooley Pathway Foundation submitted 8/29/19 NOTE: THIS SUMMARY DOES NOT INCLUDE STATUS OF GRANTS ADMINISTERED BY THE MCCALL POLICE DEPARTMENT AND MCCALL AIRPORT. PACKET Page 183 of 218 „„„inik. e m 0 City of McCall To: City Council From: Eric McCormick,Golf Course Superintendent CC: Anette Spickard,City Manager Date: 10/2/2019 Re: Monthly Department Report—September 2019 1. Weather: Weather really changed the end of September and got cold and wet. 2. Staff: There were three full time employees and 11 seasonal bodies by the end of the month. Of the seasonal staff four are only part time but will make the best of it. There is one volunteer doing some spraying. It is working out to be about 8 full time seasonal which is under where we need to be. 3. Greens: The greens went through September in great shape and received more complements.The Cedar greens are getting thatchy partially because staff was not able to get them core aerified before we opened this spring.We borrowed a Graden which was used to cut deep grooves and backfill with sand.The greens are back open for play. 4. Tournaments: The Course hosted the last tournament the first of September which was full and had a waiting list.Everything went well. 5. Jazz on the Green: A stage was set up on 3 Birch facing the clubhouse and Banyan's hosted Jazz on the Green Sunday evening during Labor Day weekend.There was a good turnout and plans are in the works to do it again next year. 6. Equipment Maintenance: Calvin has been catching up on some repairs on the older equipment but managed to run under budget on repairs for the year.Everything was in good shape at the end of the budget year. PACKET Page 184 of 218 7. Restaurant: The restaurant has gone to more reduced hours as play has slowed, and day light has shortened. They are open 11 am to 7 pm Monday through Wednesday and 11 to 8 Thursday through Sunday. They will go to winter hours/days after the golf courses closes the first of November. 8. Revenue/Rounds: Compared to last year,year to date revenues are running behind because of a cool October 2018, late May opening and so far,a cool,wet October this fall.Ended up$11,000 behind last year but well ahead of the 5-year average and budget. The Course had around 29,000 rounds this year which is where we usually are. 9. Irrigation: With the moisture and cooler weather in September,the greens have been able to go without a lot of irrigation. 10. Cart Paths: Staff was able to get all of the cart paths crack sealed with some help from Public Works. PACKET Page 185 of 218 Arta. Memo City ofMMcCall INFORATION To: City Council SYSTEMS From: Chris Curtin,InfoSys Manager CC: Anette Spickard,City Manager Date: 10/3/19 Re: Monthly Department Report—September 2019 1. Network Infrastructure,Projects and Services: Conduit installation from City Hall to Samson Trail and from Public Works to the Water Treatment Plant is complete.Installation(pulling)of the fiber and terminating should complete by end of October. 2. Software Applications and Services: Vlatko Jonanov,Network Administrator, will be upgrading the core switches in the main server room in City Hall.The new switches are from Meraki—a division of Cisco.The old switches are end of life and are out of support with Cisco.This upgrade will provide some additional speed advantages as well as functionality. InfoSys has been working with Finance on a plan for credit card payments options.We anticipate getting this online on or before Jan 1'. PACKET Page 186 of 218 Memo City of McCall To: City Council From: Meg Lojek,Library Director CC: Anette Spickard,City Manager Date: 10/1/2019 Re: Monthly Department Report–September 2019 1. Staff: Part time job has a conditional letter of employment out to the top candidate. Library Director Meg Lojek and Programming Librarian Casey Bruck presented a session about crafting community program like Doing Democracy for libraries at the Idaho Library Association annual conference. 2. Classes,Workshops,Events: Please see attached calendar for October programs. Lots of Halloween fun this month—the library encourages imaginative play for creative brain development and narrative storytelling skills. The Library-sponsored Independent Film Society has started its monthly foreign film screenings at the Alpine.The Armchair Travelogue season kicks off October 16th with Irwin Mulnick's presentation about coaching Ultimate Frisbee in Israel and Palestine. The Recreation Department partnered with the Library to continue Family Movie Nights indoors, starting with Book of Life October 25th. We are fortunate to partner with Payette Children's Forest, which donated $300 for our programs about bats,bees,birds and butterflies.The attached flyer is for our first"Batty"events. 3. The Next Chapter Campaign: Library Building Design Events:Over 80 people attended the 2 public comment sessions September 18th and 25th. People energized the collaborative process as they explored,envisioned,and began to recreate their public library in an interactive,casual environment.Feedback was invigorating,and their comments are being compiled and included in the design work. Consultants are meeting with Library Director,John Powell and Andy Laidlaw twice per month,and the Library Trustees monthly.We are pulling in other staff members into the conversations as needed, including City Manager, Kurt Wolf, Nathan Stewart, Tara Woods, Linda Stokes, Morgan Bessaw, PACKET Page 187 of 218 and Michelle Groenevelt. The concept of using space in the existing library to bolster the ongoing space needs of the Recreation department and a larger meeting room for City Council is being met very positively by the public.Fundraising has been strong this fall. 4. Library Stats: September stats are included with this report. It is believed ongoing construction has deterred many library visits throughout this year.During FY19,we de-accessioned 1958 items in order to make space for the acquisition of 2109 new items. 5. Library Board of Trustees Training: Lola Elliott, Library Board, attended a statewide training for public library trustees. She has brought back learning modules to the Board's monthly meetings.Trustees have been able to look at their role in new light and ensure they are fulfilling their duties and mission. While there is always room for improvement,she found the McCall library is respected around the state and the Trustees have been doing most of the required roles.They are working now to develop a new Trustee training orientation module and refine their overall goals. 6. Monthly Calendar: Please see the attached October events calendar. PACKET Page 188 of 218 Ara. e in o City of McCall To: City Council From: Kurt Wolf,Parks and Recreation Director CC: Anette Spickard,City Manager Date: 9/30/2019 Re: Monthly Department Report—September 2019 1. Fall&Winter Rec Program Updates&Registrations: Fall Programs include: • Fall Soccer (September 10-26) Gold Glove Park, wrapped up with metals for all participants. Coaches and parents enjoyed this short season. Evaluations will be sent out after the final practice/game. • No School Fun Days o October 4-Mountain Roots Orchard&Zim's Hot Springs-FULL o November 8, December 30 and January 2 - Cascade Rec Center pool & The Roxy - Nearing FULL • Tots and Tykes-2 sessions(January and March) • Youth Basketball(November 4-December 14)-Nearing FULL • Adult Pickleball-will not be taking place this winter;the group will be using the Elk Creek gym until December and will regroup in January to see if they would like to continue at Elk Creek,or partner with Parks and Recreation again. • Adult Indoor Soccer(TBD)-season from mid-January to mid-March • Youth Volleyball(March 31-April 23) 2. Special Events: Senior Wood Bat Tournament: September 6-8;7 teams played a round robin style tournament starting Friday afternoon into Sunday.Five teams from the Valley and two local teams played.The weather was great for both Friday and Saturday,and Sunday's rain held off until the fmal2 games of the tournament. Players, umpires and fans enjoyed the tournament. Evaluations where sent out to team captains the following Monday.Concessions were hosted by Toasty,McCall's latest food truck. 3. Parks Overview and Staffing: Staff are working on fmalizing job descriptions as it relates to the downtown sidewalk maintenance program and overall needs and changes within the department as a result. Position will be advertised in early October. PACKET Page 193 of 218 Facility planning is underway for a possible relocation of the Parks department in conjunction with the proposed Library project. Staff met with Dennis Humphries to discuss scope of work and introduced the design team to the proposed site at the Museum property. Kurt Wolf is working with Garrett Mapp to provide base information and local engineering resources. New implements purchased through the CIP process have significantly reduced the amount of man hours associated with various maintenance tasks and day to day summer operations. 4. Waterways Committee—Valley County Waterways Ordinance Update: No updates at this time. 5. Capital Projects&Maintenance: Riverfront Park:Further review by Valley Soil and Water Conservation District,DEQ,Fish and Game, of the riverbank restoration project was well received and reported on early in September.Staff will work with Fish and Game on seed mixtures to revegetate the bank and additional willow plantings where installed throughout the entire length of the project. Gold Glove Park Improvements: Staff got a majority of the plants installed around the restroom and will finish up pathways adjacent to the drop off lane and parking in early October. Wooley Boardwalk: Wetland mitigation is going well, and all designated areas will be seeded with pollinator species in late fall.Interpretive signage will be installed once funding is secured. Waterfront Improvements:North of Mile High Marina continues to move forward,and staff is committed to wrapping up the efforts with Idaho Department of Labor to obtain encroachment permits this winter. No other updates at this time. 6. Miscellaneous: • Parks staff are prepping for patch paving on the Warren Wagon Pathway in conjunction with Valley Paving's work on the Warren Wagon Road reconstruction project. Prices for patch paving came in underbudget and the contractor was able to work it in without mobilization expenses. • As things calm down with the start of school,staff have transitioned into capital projects and deferred punch list maintenance items. At this time, staff will move to tackle and close out punch lists associated with ongoing projects such as Riverfront Park,Rotary Park(East End)Wooley Boardwalk (Interpretive),Gold Glove Park,Brown Park entrance and stair repairs. • Coordinated projects with Idaho Fish & Game: Staff met with Idaho Fish and Game in early September to discuss partnerships and project opportunities on the lake and the North Fork of the Payette.Our primary area of focus will be river access opportunities on the North Fork of the Payette — including River Front Park. Site visits were productive and a long list of opportunities where identified.Next steps will be to outline a follow up schedule and identify priorities, feasibility, and time frames. PACKET Page 194 of 218 Ant. e m 0 City of McCall To: City Council From: Justin Williams,Police Chief CC: Anette Spickard,City Manager Date: 10/2/2019 Re: Monthly Department Report—September 2019 1. Personnel Changes The McCall Police Department continues to accept applications for the position of Patrol Officer. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. 2. Grant Update The McCall Police Department, Idaho Department of Transportation, and McCall Information Systems staff have completed SWET system software installation.User training is scheduled for late October.Following the user training,officers will begin issuing electronic citations. The McCall Police Department continues to work the Idaho Transportation Department's Traffic Enforcement Grants as they are announced. Each grant period focus's different driving behaviors or issues such as aggressive driving, seat belt use, and DUI. The periods and focus areas are designed to make our roads safer and save lives. 3. Community Events McCall Police Department staff assisted the McCall Donnelly High School on September 27,2019 by working the concession stand on Homecoming Game Night. The McCall Police Department will participate in Drug Enforcement Administration(DEA) to participate in the National Drug Takeback Day, October 27,2019.The event will be held at the McCall Police Department from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The event is designed to safely dispose of unwanted or expired prescription and over the counter medications. No needles or liquids will be accepted. The McCall Police Department continues to accept unwanted or expired prescription and over the counter medications Monday—Friday 8:00 a.m.—5:00 p.m. excluding holidays. PACKET Page 196 of 218 Date Time Nature of Call 09/26/2019 15:29 RECKLESS 09/26/2019 19:23 OPEN DOOR 09/26/2019 21:31 SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES 09/26/2019 21:53 ANIMAL LOST 09/27/2019 00:24 UNWANTED SUBJECT 09/27/2019 07:35 911 HANG UP/MISDIAL 09/27/2019 10:26 PROPERTY FOUND 09/27/2019 10:48 AGENCY ASSIST 09/27/2019 13:20 WARRANT 09/27/2019 18:49 911 HANG UP/MISDIAL 09/27/2019 20:38 911 HANG UP/MISDIAL 09/28/2019 08:07 PROPERTY DAMAGE 09/28/2019 16:18 POSSESSION-CONT SUBSTANCE 09/28/2019 18:34 PARKING COMPLAINT 09/28/2019 19:28 WELFARE CHECK 09/28/2019 19:55 TRAFFIC COMPLAINT 09/28/2019 21:32 SUICIDE 09/29/2019 07:59 ABANDONED VEHICLE 09/29/2019 16:24 ANIMAL 09/29/2019 17:27 FRAUD 09/29/2019 18:15 DUI EXCESSIVE 09/30/2019 09:21 911 HANG UP/MISDIAL 09/30/2019 11:21 911 HANG UP/MISDIAL 09/30/2019 11:29 PARKING COMPLAINT 09/30/2019 13:15 TRAFFIC COMPLAINT 09/30/2019 13:30 ALARM BUSINESS 09/30/2019 16:41 ATTEMPT TO LOCATE 09/30/2019 16:57 ACCIDENT PD 09/30/2019 20:35 WELFARE CHECK Total Calls for Service 251 PACKET Page 201 of 218 ,c. or e rfl City of McCall To: City Council From: Nathan Stewart,Public Works Director CC: Anette Spickard,City Manager Date: 9/30/19 Re: Monthly Department Report—September 2019 ADMINISTRATION/ENGINEERING 1. Development Engineering Reviews: Review coordination of land use applications with the City Planner,and engineering review of construction plans including Payette Lakes Recreational Water & Sewer District (PLRWSD) Headworks Building Project, River Ranch Ph II & III, Thompson Place, St. Luke's Hospital, May Hardware, McCall Valley Storage Condos,Agate Street Water Line,and numerous projects for individual residential parcels. 2. Downtown Core Reconstruction: Phase 1B: Sunroc has been working on both the north and south half of the project. Final lift paving on Lenora and 2nd Street is still scheduled to occur October 7-11, although north 2nd Street and west-bound Lenora will still remain closed to vehicular traffic to allow adjacent sidewalk work to continue. Street lights along Lenora are scheduled to be installed in mid-November/early December pending weather. Manufacturer delays in delivery will postpone remaining lighting on 2nd Street till Spring 2020 along with all landscaping on the project. Phase 2A:Knife River has completed water,sewer and stormwater work on Park Street and Park Street will be reopened on 10/4. It will be closed temporarily during the week of 10/14 for asphalt patching over the roadway. Work in Veteran's Alley will begin 10/4 and starting on the west end near 1 Street and proceed eastward. Refer to the City's website:https://www.mccall.id.us/downtownproject for more info. 3. Public Works(PW)Facility Study: Hon:ocks/CRSA met with Public Works and Community & Economic Development staff in early September. The consultant team is compiling data provided by the city on current facility needs as well as short term (5-yrs) and long term (more than 10-yrs). It was identified a rezone application will need to be filed in concurrence with the Master Plan development to convert the current parcel's zoning from residential to civic.Draft plan and rezone applications are forthcoming in October. PACKET Page 202 of 218 4. Mission Street Reconstruction/Idaho Transportation Dept(ITD)STP Rural Grant: Forsgren Engineers (Project Engineer)has submitted their scope of work to the Local Highway Technical Assistance Council(LHTAC)and has just recently received comments back.Public Works staff participated in a meeting with LHTAC and Foresgren concerning scope and cost estimates in mid-September,which are currently being revised between Forsgren&LHTAC.Once final,a State Local Agreement for Engineering will be presented to the City Council for approval in late October. \�11p� 5. SH-55/Deinhard-Boydstun Lane Corridor Study: &\1City, McCall with the ITD Board to inform through 0�, Horrocks and ITD staff conducted a bus tour of SH-55 them of the corridor issues.It was well received by all attending.PW Director met with the ITD project lead IV in late September to discuss finalizing scope of work and respective costs(for each agency)for funding the off►` corridor study which will be formalized in a cooperative agreement(between ITD and the City).As this is not funded in the FY20 budget,Public Works,working with the City Manager,will identify potential funding \jL X ‘ sources to be presented to City Council along with the agreement. LJ �16. American Public Works Association(APWA)2019 National Conference: Public Works Director and Streets Superintendent attended the four-day conference covering all aspects of public works.Over 5,000 APWA members were in attendance. STREETS: 1. Maintenance Activities: Continue to clear and shore up existing stormwater systems, grading/blading gravel roadways,sign repairs/replacement/relocating,and street sweeping as weather permits. 2. Dust Abatement Activities:All gravel roads and City lots have been dust abated to curtail dust issues. 3. Crack Sealing: Streets Department staff have been working with both the Parks&Golf Departments by crack sealing cart&bike paths.This will continue into October. 4. Road Patching:Patch with hot asphalt along Colorado, 1 st Street,Davis Ave.,Mather,Wooley,Mission St. and North Samson Trail. Cold patching of potholes in 1' Street, Davis, Mission, Lakeside, E. Deinhard,McGinnis,Mather,Thompson,and State Street. h 5. Right of Way Maintenance: Clear brush around street signs along Ponderosa," -. ' u , • :a e, N Samson Trail,Mission,E.Lake St.,Warren Wagon Rd,Lick Creek,Majestic View and Stibnite. r9rc WATER: 1. Distribution: a. Jasper Subdivision Water Main and Drainage Improvements: All water and stormwater work has completed. Substantial completion,punch lists,and final completion will be done in October. b. New Water Service: Set meters and turned water on for 11 new residential customers. c. Emergency Calls:Responded to 3 emergency water shut offs during the month. d. Normal Call Outs:Addressed 2 requests to turn water on/off for season,6 requests for possible leak, 2 requested turn off for repairs, repaired 2 fire hydrants, and checked 10 residents for high usage requests from Utility Billing. e. Digline Requests:Responded to 41 regular dig line locates and 1 emergency. f. ECR/MXU Replacement:Replaced 6 ECR and 3 MXU's that were not working correctly. g. Valve Flushing/Exercising: Annual ARV/PRV inspections continue throughout our system with repairs being made as needed h. Main Water Line Repairs: Repairs were made to the leaking city service line at Shore Lodge and replaced 30' of galvanized main line on Louisa with new polyethylene main line. PACKET Page 203 of 218 McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-218 - Meeting Date October 10, 2019 G AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Originator Department Approvals Initials or Supporter Request to Appoint Mike Weiss to the Airport Mayor/Council Advisory Committee (AAC) City Manager Clerk Treasurer Community Development Police Department Public Works Golf Course COST IMPACT: 0 Parks and Recreation FUNDING Airport kill Originator SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: Information Systems Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT: Mike Weiss' AAC term expired, and he has reapplied. The position was advertised in the Star-News for two weeks as required by City Code. Three (3) citizens requested consideration for the appointment. Mr. Weiss' (incumbent); Gary Caseri; and Carey Freeland all applied for the position, see attached letters of interest. The AAC unanimously recommended reappointment of Mr. Weiss to the Airport Advisory Committee. RECOMMENDED ACTION: Reappoint Mike Weiss to the Airport Advisory Committee for three-year term to expire August 30, 2022. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION PACKET Page 205 of 218 From: Gary Caseri To: Bessie]o Wagner Subject: At-large member Airport Advisory Committee Date: Friday,August 16,2019 1:14:32 PM ---This email is from an external sender. Be cautious and DO NOT open links or attachments if the sender is unknown. --- I'd like to submit a"letter of interest" via this e-mail. I am a resident of McCall as of 1-29- 2019 and live at 1032 Fireweed Drive # 1429, McCall, Idaho 83638. I have previous experience having served on a Municipal Airport Advisory Committee. I am also a licensed private pilot. Thank you, Gary Caseri PACKET Page 207 of 218 McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-214 Meeting Date October 10, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Originator Department Approvals Initials or Supporter Request to authorize the Public Art Advisory Mayor/Council Committee to issue the Call to Artists for the City Manager j6- Clerk downtown public art project. Treasurer / Community Development Sd-rt Police Department ),G...„-c__ ,11v 'a- cY ht-t__ Public Works 11 Golf Course COST IMPACT: $60,000(project budget) Parks and Recreation FUNDING $20,000 LOT(10-47-150-642) Airport SOURCE: $40,000 General Fund(10-48-150-466) Library TIMELINE: Deadline for artist submittal of qualifications Information Systems is Friday,November 22,2019. Eco Devo PlannerTye\ originator SUMMARY STATEMENT: At the Council's July 26,2019 joint work session with the McCall Public Art Advisory Committee(PAAC), the Council remanded the downtown public art project to the PAAC for artwork selection and provided guidance for the project which is articulated within the Artist Call for Applications (attached) as follows: • Originate from a design process led by community input • Contribute to 2nd Street as the city's center and a flexible event and gathering place • Highlight and celebrate McCall's unique history,character and/or environment • Be interactive and/or functional to maximize community engagement with the artwork • Be durable, low maintenance, and appropriate for McCall's climate The artist selection process begins with issuance of a Call to Artists(aka Request for Qualifications(RFQ)). The PAAC recommends that the public art opportunity be open to individual artists and artist teams,age 18 and over, living within Idaho or within a contiguous state/province (Washington, Oregon, Nevada, Utah, Wyoming, Montana, British Columbia). Artists living elsewhere that have a demonstrated connection to McCall will also be considered,however preference will be given to Idaho artists. The Artist Call for Applications and diagram of artwork of selection process are attached. RECOMMENDED ACTION: Authorize the Public Art Advisory Committee to issue the Call to Artists for the downtown public art project. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION July 26,2019 Council remanded the downtown public art project to the Public Art Advisory Committee for artwork selection. PACKET Page 209 of 218 ARTIST CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: - Public Art for Downtown McCall City of McCall Deadline: . Irk , 'p= Friday, November 22, 2019 �� !op.i� r� Mail or deliver applications to: City of McCall ''�� �r► Att: Downtown Public Art ` 216 E Park Street McCall, Idaho 83638 .cow,t, Questions: Delta James 0 Economic Development ARo1ECS Phone: 208.634.7142 The City of McCall is seeking an artist or artist-team to engage djames@mccall.id.us the community in the design and creation of public artwork to complement the recent reconstruction of its downtown core. Project Intent: The City of McCall, in Idaho's West Central Mountains, invites artists to apply for an opportunity to design and fabricate artwork to complement the recently-completed reconstruction of 2nd Street at the heart of the city's downtown core. The artwork should: • Originate from a design process led by community input • Contribute to 2nd Street as the city's center and a flexible event and gathering place • Highlight and celebrate McCall's unique history, character and/or environment • Be interactive and/or functional to maximize community engagement with the artwork • Be durable, low maintenance, and appropriate for McCall's climate A wide variety of artwork media and forms will be considered, including, but not limited to; artwork incorporated into sidewalk paver surfacing or onto concrete seating walls, functional elements such as street furniture or bike racks, or overhead or gateway elements. The artwork may address one or more locations along 2nd Street. The selected artist is expected to have the ability to collaborate with a variety of stakeholders, with the support of city staff, during the development of a design for a unique and engaging work of art. The artist will have the opportunity to work through local schools and community organizations to facilitate arts-based community input into the public art design. Budget: The budget for the public art project i $60,000 y nd includes all costs associated with the project including, but not limited to: community outreach, artist fees, travel, insurance, materials, fabrication, transportation and installation of the work, and title plaque. Eligibility: This public art opportunity is open to individual artists and artist teams, age 18 and over, living within Idaho or within a contiguous state/province (Washington, Oregon, Nevada, Utah, Wyoming, Montana, British Columbia). Artists living elsewhere that have a demonstrated connection to McCall will also be considered, however preference will be given to Idaho artists. Anticipated Timeline: November 22, 2019: Applications due by mail/hand delivery December, 2019: Artist selection committee chooses one or more finalists December, 2019: City Council approval of artist contract January-April, 2020: Community arts-based design and outreach Summer, 2020: Artist creates three or more design proposals for public artwork Fall, 2020: Community engaged selection of final proposal Winter-Spring, 2021: Fabrication Summer, 2021: Artwork installation PACKET Page 211 of 218 McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-219 Meeting Date October 10, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Originator Department Approvals Initials or Supporter Request for Approval of a Film Location Release Mayor/Council at McCall Municipal Airport for LWT Enterprises, City Manager Inc, Clerk Treasurer Community Development Police Department Public Works Golf Course COST IMPACT: 0 Parks and Recreation FUNDING n/a Airport ® Originator SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: n/a Information Systems Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT: LWT Enterprises, Inc. has requested permission to film segments of the Discover Channel's River of No Return television production on City-Owned airport property. LWT has a filming agreement with Sawtooth Aviation and both want to film Sawtooth's aircraft on the airport's ramp. The attached release has been reviewed by the City Attorney and no objections were noted RECOMMENDED ACTION: /U r GI - "r G Approve the Location Release between the City of McCall and LWT Enterprises, Inc. and authorize the Mayor to sign all documents. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION PACKET Page 213 of 218 McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-217 Meeting Date October 10, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Originator Department Approvals Initials or Supporter McCall Police Department Presentation of Public Mayor/Council Safety for the Summer of 2019 City Manager Sr Clerk Treasurer Community Development Police Department ,!" `: Originator Public Works Golf Course COST IMPACT: N/A Parks and Recreation FUNDING N/A Airport SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: N/A Information Systems Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT: The McCall Police Department will provide a summarization of public safety for the 2019 Summer Months. RECOMMENDED ACTION: For discussion only. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION l'U)Or4k1(44/20t p(Ale Li 4-- 6-.4 ti-1014 te r?6A4 - (Lk L_e OW-6' 1--e °4f3 71/49—"t mm0-- yn,na Au)ktAdrouk Yyleq PACKET Page 215 of 218 Upcoming Meetings Schedule October 24,2019-5:30 pm, Legion Hall—Regular Council Meeting (Council Member Holmes Out,Anette Out) 1. Work Session: Community Needs/AFTON Update (Joe Eisenbrandt/Justin)? 2. Treasurers Monthly Report(Linda) Consent ' n a 3. McCall Redevelopment Agency Annual Report(Michelle) thio 4. Urban Renewal Plan for the Downtown West Urban Renewal(Michelle) 5. AAC Appointment(Rick) 6. PD Surplus Equipment(Sandy) 7. Request to submit Transportation Alternatives Grant application (Delta) 8. ITD State/Local Agreement Mission Street(Nathan) 9. PUD-15-01 McCall RV Resort Phase 2 Final Plan (Morgan)? 1. Gem Air Lease (Rick) f- 10. ���,t ft_ �.,✓ � October 25, 2019—9:00 am -11:00 Legion Hall—Special Work Session ,19 (Pik (Council Member Holmes Out,Anette Out) 5atx- 1. —Triangle Development Update (Rick) )1 . 4 2. Deinhard—Area 1 Development(Rick) ...w('�' r 3. Deinhard—Area 2 Development(Rick) C.Vti � 4. Northwest Airport Development(Rick) 10.. ,4 5. Airport Deinhard Development(Rick) November 7, 2019- 5:30 pm,Legion Hall—Regular Council Meeting P , 1. Chamber Report/Monthly Department Reports/Committee Minutes 51'6 14 2. Idaho Power Check Presentation (Nathan) November 21, 2019- 5:30 pm,Legion Hall—Regular Council Meeting 1. Work Session:Public Event Center& Boathouse Feasibility Study(Michelle/Kurt) - (0,) 2. Treasurers Monthly Report(Linda) Consent / S� Fns 3. Historic Preservation Commission Annual Report(Delta) 4. Resolution to Ratify the Election Results (BessieJo) C� �'r November 22,2019—9:00 am -11:00 Legion Hall—Special Work Session 1. Library design team Presentation (Meg) S+ 3 1 Ziy December 5, 2019-5:30 pm, Legion Hall—Regular Council Meeting 1. Chamber Report/Monthly Department Reports/Committee Minutes December 19,2019 -5:30 pm, Legion Hall—Regular Council Meeting 1. Work Session: 2. Treasurers Monthly Report(Linda) Consent 3. Environmental Advisory Committee Annual Report December 20, 2019—9:00 am -11:00 Legion Hall—Special Work Session 1. PACKET Page 217 of 218 To be Scheduled: 1. MCC Title 6 Re-write (Nathan Stewart) 2. Public Hearing—Public Works Fee Schedule Changes 3. Records Retention Policy update (BessieJo) 4. Investment Policy update (Linda) S. Continuous Billing Code Amendment First Touch (Linda) 6. Library Bond(Meg) 7. PUBLIC HEARING: 2018 All Hazard Mitigation Plan Goals and Strategies (Anette/Justin) 8. Big Payette Water Quality Board Presentation on the quality of the Payette Lake 9. Little League of Central Idaho MOU(Tara) 10. Update to all Federal Title VI Resolution Policies (BessieJo) 11. Housing Advisory Committee Creation PACKET Page 218 of 218 ~� PROPOSED AMENDED —AGENDA Regular Meeting City of McCall September 26, 2019 at 5:30 PM Legion Hall - McCall City Hall City Council (Lower Level) 216 East Park Street OPEN SESSION ,}rn eh 41 �^ ' '- PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE d'Q err, e C K I, hfcfia '. APPROVE THE AGENDA Approve the Proposed Amended Agenda to add an Executive Session for Litigation to discuss information received on September 25, 2019 that cannot wait until the next regular Council meeting. CONSENT AGENDA All matters which are listed within the consent section of the agenda have been distributed to each member of the McCall City Council for reading and study. Items listed are considered routine by the Council and will be enacted with one motion unless a Council Member specifically requests it to be removed from the Consent Agenda to be considered separately. Staff recommends approval of the following ACTION ITEMS: 1. City Council Regular Minutes—July 11, 2019 (ACTION ITEM) 2. City Council Special Minutes—September 11,2019 (ACTION ITEM) 3. City Council Regular Minutes—September 12, 2019 (ACTION ITEM) 4. Payroll Report for period ending 09-06-2019(ACTION ITEM) 5. Clerk License Report(ACTION ITEM) 6. Warrant Register—GL(ACTION ITEM) 7. Warrant Register—Vendor(ACTION ITEM) 8. AB 19-205 Request to accept the Treasurer's Report as Required by IC 50-208 (ACTION ITEM) 9. AB 19-203 Request to Authorize the Library Director to sign the Idaho STEM Action Center Public-Private Partnership (P3) Grant Award Agreement(ACTION ITEM) 10. AB 19-208 Request to Proclaim October 6-12, 2019 as Fire Prevention Week— "Not Every Hero Wears a Cape. Plan and Practice your Escape!"(ACTION ITEM) 11.AB 19-209 Request to Proclaim October 2019 as Arts and Humanities Month (ACTION ITEM) 5:35 p.m. PUBLIC COMMENT - • . - •_ . •. wi call for any comments from the public on any subject whether or not it is on the agenda for any item(s)the public may wish to bring forward and discuss. Please limit comments to three (3) minutes. The City Council does not take any action or make any decisions during public comment. To request Council action during the Business portion of a Council meeting,contact the City Manager or City Clerk at least one week in advance of a meeting. Page 1 of 2 CITY COUNCIL AGENDA September 26,2019 Regular PROPOSED AMENDED 9/26/19 TO ADD: Executive Session for Litigation /WORK SESSION V 5:40 p.m. AB 19-204 McCall Local Housing Discussion (ACTION ITEM) USINESS AGENDA V6:40 p.m.AB 19-207 Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee Annual Accomplishment Report fjI50 p.m. AB 19-211 Request for Approval of the Thompson Place Addendum to Development (/ Agreement for Local Housing Deed and Lease Restrictions (ACTION ITEM) \ 7:05 p.m. AB 19-210 Request for Approval of Resolution 19-18 to Auction Surplus Personal 1:15 Property: Golf Course Express Duel 2000 Reel Grinder(ACTION ITEM) p.m. AB 19-212 Request for Contract Award: Legacy Pump Station Building Structural Improvements (ACTION ITEM) 7.25 p.m. AB 19-206 Request to Approve Agreement for City Attorney/Civil Legal Services with White Peterson Gigray&Nichols,P.A. (ACTION ITEM) 7:30 p.m. Review the Upcoming Meetings Schedule 7:35 p.m. EXECUTIVE SESSION • Litigation — 74-206(1)0 To communicate with legal counsel for the public agency to discuss the legal ramifications of and legal options for pending litigation, or controversies not yet being litigated but imminently likely to be litigated. The mere presence of legal counsel at an executive session does not satisfy this requirement. ADJOURNMENT American with Disabilities Act Notice: The City Council Meeting room is accessible to persons with disabilities. If you need assistance,please contact City Hall at 634-7142 at least 48 hours prior to the meeting. Page 2 of 2 CITY COUNCIL AGENDA September 26,2019 Regular PROPOSED AMENDED 9/26/19 TO ADD: Executive Session for Litigation A conditional offer of employment was made to Mr. Stein, subject to Council confirmation. He earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Aviation Management from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and a Master of Public Administration from University of Houston and is an Accredited Member (A.A.E.) of the American Association of Airport Executives and a private pilot. His qualificaticaas.and experience made him stand out from the other applicants interviewed for the Airport Manager position. Mr. Stein most recently served as Deputy Airport Director — Operations and Maintenance in Yakima, We. also held the positions of Airport Manager and Operations Supervisor at 5 different airports during his career.He has extensive experience in the daily management of airport functions, supervision of airfield operations personnel, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) regulatory compliance, and coordination with pilots, airport users and technical experts including engineering,maintenance and airfield lighting.He has hands-on experience with all areas of airport operations, including snow removal and has managed several large FAA grant funded.wital improvement projects including runway extensions and ramp improvemexts. He also has experience with Airport Master Planning and has written numerous airfield plans. His demonstrated dedication, knowledge, and experience in various general aviation airport systems make him the ideal selection as the City of McCall's Airport Manager. Mr. Stein introduced himself, gave a brief overview of his education and experience, and thanked the Council for the opportunity. Council Member Nielsen moved to confirm the City Manager's appointment of Richard M. Stein as the Airport Manager, per McCall City Code 1-9-3(C). Council Member Holmes seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Nielsen, Council Member Holmes, Mayor Aymon, Council Member Giles, and Council Member Sowers all voted aye, and the motion carried. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE REPORT McCall Area Chamber of Commerce representative Tammy McCloud gave an update on new Board Members, the new website, membership totals, and shared brief Fourth of July goals for next year and upcoming meeting scheduling. PUBLIC HEARING AB 19-148 Request to Approve Conditional Use Permit CUP-19-05 for 325 Deinhard Ln.— Pavette Lakes Recreational Water and Sewer District Headworks Building Mayor Aymon opened the public hearing at 5:45 p.m. City Planner Morgan Bessaw presented the Conditional Use Permit CUP-19-05 for 325 Deinhard Lane, Payette Lakes Recreational Water and Sewer District (PLRWSD) Ht+sadworks Building. A Conditional Use Permit application to construct a new 2,121 square foot headworks building for PLRWSD, to replace the existing headworks building. Per MCC 3.5.02, public service facilities MCCALL CITY COUNCIL Page 4 of 12 July 11,2019 Regular Meeting Page 6 of 152 • are conditionally permitted in the Industrial Zone. During the McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission's regularly scheduled June 4, 2019 meeting, a properly noticed public hearing was held on CUP-19-05 and the Commission unanimously recommended approval to the City Council of the Conditional Use Permit application. Conditions of Approval include:Prior to issuance of a building permit,the applicant shall receive final engineering approval; Prior to issuance of a building permit, the applicant shall provide additional lighting fixture details to demonstrate that the proposed lighting is in compliance with McCall's Outdoor Lighting Ordinance MCC 3.14;Prior to issuance of a Certificate of Occupancy, the applicant shall reseed all disturbed areas with native grasses;This Conditional Use Permit shall be exercised within twelve(12)calendar months df the date of City Council approval. Dave Watkins, JUB Engineer for PLRWSD gave a more complete description of the proposed building and answered questions. Hearing no comments,Mayor Aymon closed the public hearing at 5:50 p.m. Council Member Giles moved to approve conditional use permit application CUP-19-05 for 325 Deinhard Ln. as recommended by the McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission and authorize the Mayor to sign ail necessary documents. Council Member Sowers seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Giles, Council Member Sowers, Mayor Aymon, Council Member Holmes, and Council Member Nielsen all voted aye, and the motion carried. AB 19-149 Request for Approval of Planned Unit Development General Plan Rio Vista Storage Condos (PUD-19-01), Subdivision Preliminary Plat(SUB-19-01),Zoning Map Amendment (ZON-19-01), Rezone Ordinance, and the Associated Development Agreement Mayor Aymon opened the public hearing at 5:52 p.m. City Planner Morgan Bessaw presented the Planned Unit Development General Plan for the Rigs,. Vista-moorage Condos (PUD49-01),.Subdivision Preliminary Plat"(SUB-19-01), Zoning Map Amendment (ZON-19-01), Rezone Ordinance, and the Associated Development Agreement. The PUD General Plan, Subdivision Preliminary Plat, Zoning Map Amendment applications and associated Development Agreement to construct a 40-unit storage condominium project and to rezone the parcel from R1 —Residential to CC—Community Commercial. During their regularly scheduled May 7, 2019 meeting, the McCall Area Planning and Zoni'hg #Commission directed staff to prepare findings of approval and on June 4, 2019, the Commission unanimously recommended the applications for approval to the McCall City Council after careful consideration of the considerations raised at the May 7 meeting. Steve Millemann,representative Attorney,presented the details of the project.Dave Peugh,Epikos Architects, covered the landscaping plans which include 165 trees, 112 5-gallon shrubs,irrigation, hydroseeded native grasses, and hop vines on the fence. He also spoke of the exterior of the MCCALL CITY COUNCIL Page 5 of 12 July 11,2019 Regular Meeting Page 7 of 152 buildings and screening efforts. Mr. Millemann made some clarifications including the neighboring property was cooperative with the screening between the two properties. He gave an explanation of the rezone. Questions of snow storage were answered. City Planner Bessaw covered the conditions. During their regularly scheduled May 7, 2019 meeting,the McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission directed staff to prepare findings of approval and on June 4, 2019, the Commission unanimously recommended the applications for approval to the McCall City Council after careful consideration of the following considerations: 1. Zoning Map Amendment applications are considered a discretionary action by the City Council at the recommendation of the Planning and Zoning Commission. 2. The Future Land Use Plan map (FLUP) identifies this parcel as medium to high density residential. The draft development agreement proposes to restrict future development of the 1.5 acres remainder parcel to the north to medium or high-density residential use to help bring the project more into conformance with the Future Land Use Plan(FLUP). 3. The project would require the removal of ten significant existing trees on site, including several large ponderosas. Four trees significant trees are proposed to remain and be protected. 4. A six-foot slatted chain-link perimeter fence is proposed.The adjacent property to the east is zoned residential and code requires administrative approval for any chain link fence in a residential zone,which has typically not been approved in the past. Additionally,no fence shall exceed 4 ft. in height when located within 20 ft. of the front property line.Variations to the fence height or materials would need to be warranted by the design of the project and approved as a code alleviation through the Planned Unit Development(PUD)process. 5. Significant landscape plantings have been proposed to help screen the property from the adjoining residential properties to the north and east,the industrial properties to the south, and the Scenic Route to the west. Hops are also proposed to be grown on the fences. 6. Pending a review of traffic data,the City will consider a one-way,right out only exit access at the proposed location on Boydstun. The McCall Access Management Policy recommends that when access is available on more than one frontage, that access off the street with the lower use classification be used.as conditions of approval She spoke about the written comments received in opposition and most of the issues were addressed by the applicant and in the following proposed conditions: Proposed Conditions 1. All applications are contingent upon each other. 2. Prior to any site work or disturbance,the applicant shall: a. Prepare final design plans and a stamped stormwater drainage report for review by the City Engineer and receive final engineering approval. b. Submit and receive approval from the City Arborist for a Final Tree Protection and Management Plan which shows the limits of cut and fill of the parking lot and the elevations of swales and the practices which will be employed to prevent damage to trees to be left on site during construction. 3. Any existing overhead utilities along the property frontage, other than the primary transmission line, and all new utilities shall be installed underground. 4. Prior to issuance of a building permit,the applicant shall: MCCALL CITY COUNCIL Page 6 of 12 July 11,2019 Regular Meeting Page 8 of 152 a. Submit and receive approval from the City Arborist for a Final Tree Protection and Management Plan which shows the limits of cut and fill of the parking lot and the elevations of swales and the practices which will be employed to prevent damage to trees to be left on site during construction. b. Prepare final design plans and a stamped stormwater drainage report for review by the City Engineer and receive fmal engineering approval. c. Financially assure completion of all deferred public improvements in compliance with the applicable provisions of the McCall City Code(MCC 9.6.067). d. Receive approval from the Payette Lakes Recreations Water and Sewer District for purchase of sewer connection permit. The applicant shall adhere to all PLRWSD requirements. 5. Prior to issuance of a fmal Certificate of Occupancy,the applicant shall: a. Complete the onsite and offsite improvements including landscaping, site grading, utility, and stormwater improvements as represented in the final civil plans approved by the McCall City Engineer. b. The development shall be addressed as 193 Rio Vista Blvd. in accordance with McCall Addressing Guidelines, per McCall Addressing Coordinator comments above. 6. A full set of as built (record) drawings of all improvements intended for public use and maintenance,including,but hot limited to,water and sewer lines,and including also private and public streets,shall be furnished to the City within sixty(60)days of completion of the construction. 7. Prior to execution and recordation of the Subdivision Final Plat the applicant shall provide digital files of the plat in accordance with the McCall Digital Data Submission Standards. 8. Prior to execution and recordation of the Sul,division Final Plat,the applicant shall receive approval from Central District Health Department. 9. The PUD General Plan approval shall lapse and become void if the applicant has not submitted for PUD Final Plan approval within eighteen (18) months of approval of the PUD General Plan. 10. Pursuant to McCall City Code(MCC 9.2.06.H),preliminary subdivision plat approval shall lapse and become void whenever the applicant has not applied for final plat approval within eighteen (18)months from the date of preliminary plat approval by McCall City Council. Alternatively, the applicant shall revise their Development Agreement with the City to include a phasing plan and completion timeline. 11. Pursuant to McCall City Code (MCC 3.16.08), design review approval shall lapse and become void whenever the applicant has not applied for a building permit within one year from the date of initial approval. 12. The applicant shall execute the rezone and receive final plat(SUB-19-01) and Final PUD Plan (PUD-19-01) approval for the thirty-nine (39) unit McCall Valley Storage Condominium project within thirty-six (36) months of City Council approval for the re- zone application or the parcel shall revert back to the original Rl — Residential 1 Acre zoning. 13. The northerly 1.5-acre remnant parcel shall be restricted to medium to high density residential use,per the approved development agreement. MCCALL CITY COUNCIL Page 7 of 12 July 11, 2019 Regular Meeting Page 9 of 152 City Planner Bessaw answered the Council's questions. She clarified the access points of the driveway entrances, code regarding chain link fences, and why the chain link is proposed. Mr. Peugh explained the durability and maintenance of chain link fences and the ability to soften its effect with green slats and vines.Staff addressed the question by Council Member Nielsen of chain link fencing restrictions in residential areas by explaining the code states natural colors and materials are to be used when ever possible. Public Comments D,gn Martens of 321 Cece Way is opposing the rezone as he feels the parcel should be residential ofcommercial„He quotes the McCall Comprehensive Plan highlighting enforcing the character of McCall, improving community livability,and community forests protection. The area is zoned, high to medium density for 24-48 housing units and there will be 10 of the 14 significant tares taken out which he believes violates the City directive. He does not feel this application is appropriate when there is a need of affordable housing. Glenn Johnston of 317 Cece Way is opposed and does not feel it is an appropriate location of a s't4rage unit for the same reasons pointed out by Dean Martens. Peter Borner of 212 Rio Vista is torn about the project. He is more concern four medium to high- density homes going in next to a residential large acreage with homes but understands the concept of no one wanting to live next to a commercial area. He does not have strong objections to the storage units but more concerned about the zoning. He is concerned about possible traffic issues, what the storage units will look like in the scenic zone, and if a significant number of trees are removed, what it will expose. However, if the units are adequately screened, he has no strong objections to the units specifically. Council Member Nielsen asked how many housing units tl- remaining parcel would provide and City Planner Bessaw stated it could house approximately 24 units. Mr.Millemann addressed concerns of regarding the access points,traffic, and fencing.He pointed out the Comprehensive plans are only guiding documents,not literal directit n.He pointed out the high-density area across the street lost many trees and he spoke to the landscaping to hide the fence.The applicant has spoken with the City Arborist Kurt Wolf regarding the protection of trees. The applicant and staff answered questions about a residential housing application that cannot move forward until the PLRWSD fmishes their master plan. Council Member Giles inquired into the delay by PLRWSD and was concerned about it creating issues for next year. Mr. Millemann wrapped up with the question can what is proposed be lived with and believes this project would be an improvement. Receiving no more comments,Mayor Aymon closed the public hearing at 6:53 p.m. The Council discussed. Council Member Sowers would rather see housing but without infrastructure something is better than nothing.He felt it was a nice transition from the gravel and sewer area. Council Member Giles has some concerns about the rezone and not ready to make a decision tonight. Council Member Holmes feels it is a thoughtful design and an appropriate use ofi the property and pointed out the neighbors are not in opposition, thus is in favor. Council Member MCCALL CITY COUNCIL Page 8 of 12 July 11,2019 Regular Meeting Page 10 of 152 PUBLIC COMMENT Mayor Aymon called for public comment at 7:15 p.m. Hearing no comments,Mayor Aymon closed the comment period at 7:15 p.m. BUSINESS AGENDA AB 19-143 Request to Approve a Resolution Adopting the Civic Campus Master Plan Report Community & Economic Development (CED) Director Michelle Groenevelt presented the Resolution adopting the Civic Campus Master Plan Reprrt. The City Council has contracted with a design professional to layout and program the City campus as a Master Plan.A Master Planned Campus will look at the near-term phasing and a longer-term layout of the campus with all the programmed uses including an alternative option of locating administrative offices in another location. In order to guide and provide insight into the Master Plan process led by Humphries Poli, a Civic Campus Master Plan Steering Committee was formed for the project.The Steering Committee has held 4 two-hour meetings to guide the concepts. Public input and comments were gathered from an Open House at the library and an online survey. The consultants then took all the information and prepared concepts for the City Council's consideration. After the feedback was received on June 13 on two preferred options,they developed the final concept and a report for action. Dennis Humphries of Humphries Poli gave a summary of the final concept and the goals of the plan. He highlighted meeting space, parking, and snow removal. He shared feedback from the community, briefly went over the process that has happened to date, went over the layout of the new campus explaining the conceptual use of each space, and covered the three phases of construction and costs. The Council had an extensive discussion regarding concerns and asking questions about layout, costs and phasing,parking, and possible mixed use and commercial opportunities. CED Director Groenevelt explained the role of the Comprehensive Master plan and infrastructure plans. Council Member Holmes stated that after going through the process of selection with the community, she felt confident this final concept is a good reflection in the community and Council's input. Council Member Giles moved to approve Resolution 19-11 adopting the McCall Civic Campus Plan Report as a planning document and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. Council Member Holmes seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Giles, Council Member Holmes, Mayor Aymon, Council Member Nielsen, and Council Member Sowers all voted aye,and the motion carried. MCCALL CITY COUNCIL Page 10 of 12 July 11,2019 Regular Meeting Page 12 of 152 AB 19-144 Request for approval of a Letter of Agreement with Humphries Poli for a Feasibility Study for construction and operation of a Community Space and Boat House Community & Economic Development Director Michelle Groenevelt presented the Letter of Agreement with Humphries Poli for a Feasibility Study for construction and operation of a Community Space and Boat House. On February 23,2018,there was a work session regarding the conceptual proposal for a community space and boat house structure on City owned property know as the Spruce Street right-of-way and Hill Climb Park.The City Council was generally supportive of this concept on the City owned property and wanted a feasibility study to better the project. Citizen volunteer Jim Pace and staff tried to obtain a feasibility study from the University of Idaho but were unsuccessful.Therefore,it was determined that in order to complete this feasibility study properly, it would need to be completed by a private consultant. Humpries Poli was asked to put together a scope to provide professional services for a Feasibility Study for the construction and operation of a Community Boathouse. There are some efficiencies in using this firm who is also working on the Library and Civic Campus Plan. The Letter of Agreement with Humphries Poli has been reviewed by legal counsel. Council Member Giles moved to approve the Letter of Agreement with Humphries Poli for a Feasibility Study for a Community Space and Boat House and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. Mayor Aymon seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Giles, Mayor Aymon, Council Member Holmes, and Council Member Nielsen all voted aye, Council Member Sowers voted no,and the motion carried. AB 19-145 Request Approval of a Temporary Construction Easement Template Authorizing the City Manager to Sign on behalf of the City Couttcil Public Works Director Nathan Stewart presented the temporary construction easement template authorizing the City Manager to sign on behalf of the City Council. When the City of McCall completes a Public Works construction project within the City's right-of-way (ROW), standard practice has been for the City to secure temporary construction easements from private property that abuts the ROW which is under construction. Staff, working with the City Attorney have developed a temporary easement template. This template can be used for all types of construction projects to provide the City the necessary permission to encroach along private property frontage to complete the project while providing the property owner assurances that their frontage will be properly restored once construction activities are complete. Once all construction and restoration activities are complete, and after concurrence with the private property owner, the temporary easement is terminated. Due to the timing challenges of distributing and receiving signed temporary easement documents back from property owners and then scheduling them for Council approval, it is difficult for staff to have this process complete in advance of commencing construction. Accordingly, staff is requesting that City Council consider authorizing the City Manager and/or her designated staff to sign these temporary easements on behalf of the City Council in order to ensure timely construction schedules. Any temporary easements that do not follow this template will be brought to Council for approval. MCCALL CITY COUNCIL Page 11 of 12 July 11, 2019 Regular Meeting Page 13 of 152 MINUTES McCall City Council Special Meeting Ridley's Family Market Parking Lot- 411 Deinhard Lane September 11,2019 Tour and Ribbon Cutting Adjournment CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL Mayor Aymon called the special meeting of the McCall City Council to order at 2:45 p.m. Mayor Aymon, Council Member Holmes, Council Member Nielsen, and Council Member Sowers all answered roll call. Council Member Giles was absent. City staff members present were Anette Spickard, City Manager; Michelle Groenevelt, Community Development Director;Nick Zaninovich,City Engineer Also present was Brian Foote, Horrocks Engineering; Lindsey Harris, McCall Area Chamber of Commerce; Andrew Mentzer, West Central Mountains Economic Development Council (WCMEDC); Jordan Nielsen, Midas Gold; Kevin Kuther, Safety Manager, Local Highway Technical Assistance Council (LHTAC) Idaho Transportation Department (ITD) staff present were ITD Board Members — Bill Moad, Chair; Julie DeLorenzo, District 3 Representative;Dwight Horsch,District 5 Representative; and Robert Hoff, District 6 Representative; ITD Headquarters staff— Scott Stokes, Chief Deputy; Travis McGrath, Chief Operations Officer; ITD District 3 staff- Amy Revis, District Engineer; Caleb Lakey,Engineer Manager;Jason Brinkman,Engineer Manager TOUR Idaho Department of Transportation (ITD)Tour of Highway 55 and Deinhard Bypass The tour began with welcome remarks by Mayor Aymon and City Manager Anette Spickard and an introduction of the Council members and city staff. The group included board members and staff from ITD and LHTAC as well as a presence from the Chamber of Commerce, Midas Gold, and WCMEDC. Bryan Foote of Horrocks Engineers and Caleb Lakey of ITD District 3 narrated the tour of the proposed highs bypass of Deinhard and Boydstun Lanes. While on route down the current highway corridor through town on 3rd and Lake Streets,the following was described: • An overview of the need for examining a potential Right of Way exchange between ITD (Hwy 55) and the City(Deinhard-Boydstun) • Thome 1 ck of pedestrian connectivity between McCall's southern business district/hotels and downtown which increases traffic and parking demands and creates safety hazards • The 153 access points along Hwy 55 between Deinhard intersection on the south and Boydstun intersection on the west that create traffic conflicts and pedestrian safety hazards • The lack of drainage facilities along the southern section of Hwy 55 known as 3rd Street MCCALL CITY COUNCIL Page 1 of 2 September 11,2019 Special Meeting Page 15 of 152 • Traffic congestion in downtown, large truck traffic through downtown, pedestrian crossings and intersection issues • ITD's stormwater storm water system for Hwy 55 through downtown directly discharges into Payette Lake near the primary intake for the City's drinking water—this creates xisk tok.the City's drinking water from hazardous spills from heavy/large truck traffic • The 90 degree turn on Hwy 55 downtown creates turning challenges for large trucks and oversized loads • For the portion of Hwy 55 known as East Lake Street, there is a very narrow right of way which creates snow removal challenges • East Lake Street lacks pedestrian facilities creating safety issues Ribbon Cutting on Lardo Bridge for Public Art At 3:00 p.m., the tour group stopped at Lardo Bridge and participated in a ribbon cutting for the new Lardo Bridge public art installation. Participants toured the bridge and examined some concrete condition problem areas that need to be repaired by ITD. Bus Tour recommenced at 3:30 p.m. and Mr. Foote described the following of the proposed bypass: • The conditions of the Hwy 55/ Boydstun intersection and needed intersection improvements for large truck traffic J The right of way width and drainage facilities of Boydstun can accommodate snow storage and safe bike/pedestrian usage • Only 48 access points+which reduces traffic conflicts and improves bike/pedestrian safety • The roadway surface is in good condition • Thebridge over the Payette River is in very good condition • The curves near the Fire Station and Airport may need to be addressed for large truck traffic • The intersection at Hwy 55 and Deinhard will need some improvements to accommodate large truck traffic turning movements ITD District 3 Engineer Amy Revis concluded the tour by commenting there is a need for the City and ITD to work together on a feasibility study of these two corridors in order to move forward with discussions regarding a Right of Way exchange. ADJOURNMENT I The tour was concluded at Ridley's parking lot at 4:00 p.m. ATTEST: Jackie J.Aymon,Mayor BessieJo Wagner, City Clerk MCCALL CITY COUNCIL Page 2 of 2 September 11,2019 Special Meeting Page 16 of 152 transportation within the previous year from May 31,2018 through May 31,2019,together with financial statements for TVT consisting at a minimum of the prior year end annual Balance Sheet and Profit and Loss statements as well as the current year to date Balance Sheet and Profit and Loss statements. The McCall TVT Contract that has been reviewed by both the City Attorney and TVT. Motion:Approve the request of the Treasure Valley Transit(TVT)Annual Agreement for FY20 and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. Council Member Giles moved to approve the Consent Agenda as submitted. Council Member Holmes seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Giles, Council Member Holmes,Mayor Aymon,Council Member Nielsen,and Council Member Sowers all voted aye and the motion carried. DEPARTMENT REPORTS Chamber of Commerce Vonna Torey presented information about the McCall Area Chamber of Commerce. She gave an overview of the winter magazine soon to come out, spoke to the efforts to promote events in the shoulder season,gave an update on the West Central Mountains Leadership Acadetny recruitment and the Wa9Lnic Summit of which few tickets are still available. City Manager City Manager Anette Spickard gave a brief update on the city attorney selection process, downtown sidewalk project and library expansion,the JWAG meeting, the Idaho Transportation Department street tour, coffee/tour with McCall Community Center, 2020 census, and bike path survey. Airport Airport Manager Rick Stein gave an overview of his department report touching on the airport development, airport master plan schedule, taxiway relocation and improvement program closeouts, Pioneer Hangar historical designation, and the pocket parks. The Council asked for a map of the development areas and asked questions. City Clerk City Clerk BessieJo Wagner reported on the Local Option Tax funds and distribution, the staff move, permits given year to date, and candidacy filings. Mayor Aymon asked for the number of short-term rental business licenses given to be added to the department report. Community Development Community and Economic Development Director Michelle Groenevelt briefly went over local housing, the code update, Urban Renewal, GIS and building permit activity, and the community outreach efforts. Golf Course Golf Course Superintendent Eric McCormick reported the last tournament for the season is done, turf seeding efforts have been started,staffing is down due to some leaving,and the course will be MCCALL CITY COUNCIL Page 3 of 11 September 12,2019 Regular Meeting Page 19 of 152 open until the end of October.He stated revenue is less than last year but has been steady,the new equipment is working great, and reported the restaurant has been struggling with staffing issues and has been reworking the open hours to accommodate. Information Systems Information Systems Manager Chris Curtin reported on the fiber installation, video/audio improvements for the Council chambers, Docusign contract has been executed and training will commence, State of Idaho Broadband Task Force, and gave an update on the City Process Evaluation(CPE). Library Library Director Meg Lojek reported on staff openings, the program activities, the Next Chapter Campaign event,the World Café Library Design event at Café 6 Three 4, and shared the"second chance" event for those who missed the first design meeting has been scheduled for Wednesday, September 25 from 1-3 pm at the lilhrary.She gave an update on the grants and answered questions. Parks&Recreation Parks and Recreation Director Kurt Wolf gave an update on the recreation programs and reported the numbers were up in all the programs this year,and shared feedback on the new programs rolled out this summer. He reported the Movie by the Lake events were well attended. He gave a brief overview of the staffing issues and projects,the noxious weed program efforts,and the coordinated partnership efforts with Idaho Fish&Game. Police Police Chief Justin Williams gave an update on staff training and recruitment, and the E-Ticket equipment installation. He answered questions about reports of homeless people and what efforts were taken to address the issue. Public Works Public Works Director Nathan Stewart gave brief overview of the development engineering reviews on numerous projects, reported the Downtown Core Phase 1B is behind schedule but Phase 2A is back on schedule and the alley way should be completed in October.He and Parks& Recreation Director Kurt Wolf answered questions about tree removal on Park and First Street stating the sick trees or any heavily impacted by the construction will be removed but the goal is to preserve most of the trees especially around the church. Director Stewart gave an update on the Public Works Facility master plan development schedule, shared the costs for the Mission Street reconstruction should be finalized soon, and briefly touched on the SH-55/Deinhard-Boydstun corridor study and tour. He reported on the Streets projects and maintenance in process and answered questions. PUBLIC COMMENT Mayor Aymon called for public comment at 6:29 p.m. Hearing no comments,Mayor Aymon closed the comment period. MCCALL CITY COUNCIL Page 4 of 11 September 12, 2019 Regular Meeting Page 20 of 152 BUSINESS AGENDA AB 19-195 Wildlife in the City Update by Idaho Fish and Game Regan Berkley, Region Wildlife Manager at the McCall office of Idaho Department of Fish and Game (IDFG)presented an update on wildlife activity within McCall and public outreach efforts to educate the public on issues related to wildlife in the City. She reported McCall has a healthy, large deer herd within the town that has more than tripled over the last 20 years. Fawns have a high survival rate which contributes to the ever-growing herd.. Most injured deer reports are from vehicles collisions, entanglements, and occasionally,being shot. Another large animal population is foxes and bears. McCall is in the middle of excellent bear habitat and the biggest problems with bears are garbage and aggression behavior. The reason for the large animal population in the city is primarily from people feeding them and improperly stored garbage. From a biological perspective, feeding does more damage than good. For the deer population,they can get lice because they spend too much time in close proximity of each other which is not a natural habitation of deer4 It.causes hair loss and then death by hypothermia. A dead deer was found in Cascade this last winter that had this louse. Mange is another problem which causes hair loss and death by hyperthermia and can be transmitted to dogs. Also, having deer in town attracts predators such as mountain lions. Mountain lions will not discriminate between deer and other animals, such as pets. Other hazards for deer are whisks collisit#ns (which has caused a significant number of 3-legged deer), Ater nets, hafflittnocia, plastic bottles stuck over the fag, and metal rings over the feed. IDFG spends a lot of time responding to injury calls. Deer can be aggressive as well.A doe with fawns will attack to protect her young, and bucks can be aggressive in the fall during mating season. IDFG has received calls of deer attacking dogs and people. IDFG has a state-wide Wildlife Human Attack Response Team and McCall is high on the State list to be on the watch for aggressive bears'. This year is a high call year. A bear will check out the trash cans several times before moving on so proper use of the trash cans is imperative. The problem with bears in close proximity of humans is they lose their wariness and becomes bolder and more aggressive. This last week, a bear tore up a vehicle, another tried to get into a house in Old Meadows,and on Rio Vista a woman found a bear at 3 a.m.on her kitchen table eating freshly baked banana breac. With both the cases in Meadows and Rio Vista,the IDFG felt the bears were a danger and had to euthanized them.This is a last option IDFG wants to do in game management, but bears are very difficult to relocate because there is no place far enough away from a campground or town where it will not be a nuisance to the new location and thus,euthanizing them is option left. To summarize, Valley County is not the natural wintering area for mule deer due to snow and the animals should be migrating to lower climes,but the deer have learned there are places where they can fegd. When there is a high population of foxes,an outbreak of mange will kill them out when winter hits, and it takes awhile for the fox population to build back up. MCall has the higtest numbel•of nuisance calls of bears in the State and IDFG has sews concerns for the potential of human injuryzhere. There has been a strong effort to educate the local community but have difficulty getting information to the vacation rentals. MCCALL CITY COUNCIL Page 5 of 11 September 12,2019 Regular Meeting Page 21 of 152 Council Member Nielson asked about the bear proof trash cans. Ms. Berkley stated that in the beginning when an ordinance is made about using the bear proof cans, people are more diligent but as time passes, they get lax and tamper with the latches because it is a little more difficult to open. Tampering with the latches makes the can less bear proof and enforcement is difficult.-Also, leaving the can out for days prior to pick up will attract the bears in. Police Chief Justin Williams spoke to the City creating an ordinance to make it illegal to feed the wildlife, and the problems with people not using the trash can correctly, overstuffing, or putting them out to early. ,Ms.. Berkley said she would share information that the cities of Vale and Missoula have done to address tag,wildlife issue. When IDFG receives a complaint, they will investigate the area/neighborhood of the call and then work with the local police for enforcement but with the amount of calls in McCall, it is difficult to investigate each call. AB 19-193 Tree Committee Annual Accomplishment Report for FY19 John Lillehaug, Chair and Y.T. Rehberg presented the Tree Committee Annual Accomplishment Report for FY19. The Tree Committee is responsible for the location,selection, and identification of any trees,which qualify as a landmark tree or stand,of identifying and inventorying street trees, of reviewing development proposals that may affect landscaping and provide comment to the Planning and Zoning Commission and City Council. Members serve rotating three-year terms. Mr.Rehberg shared the highlights of the last year including awards received,school demonstration for Arbor Day, numerous articles posted about infestations in Star News, and fielding calls and questions from the community. AB 19-199 Request to Approve Tree Advisory Committee Member Appointment Parks and Recreation Director Kurt Wolf presented the Tree Advisory Committee Member appointment. The•Tree Advisory Committee is responsible for the location, selection, ,and identification of any trees, which qualify as a landmark tree or stand, of identifying and inventorying street trees, of reviewing development proposals that may affect landscaping and provide comment to the Planning and Zoning Commission and City Council. An ad was placed in Star News and ran for two weeks requesting letters of interest for the open position on the Tree Advisory Committee due to expired terms. Randy Acker, the current holder ofthe seat, has expressed interest in remaining on themmittee and submitted a letter.After two weeks, no other letters of interest were received. The Tree Committee requests that the Council reappoint Randy Acker to a three year term. Council Member Giles moved to approve the reappointment of Randy Acker to a three year term to the Tree Advisory Committee. Council Member Nielsen seconded the motion. In a voice vote all members voted aye and the motion carried. AB 19-197 Request to Adopt Resolution 19-15 to Surplus Property—Police Handheld Radios and Accessories Police Chief Justin Williams presented Resolution 19-15 to surplus property of police handheld radios and accessories.Idaho Code§67-5732A allows the conveyance of surplus personal property to other state and local agencies. Annually City staff identifies several items as surplus property. The Police Chief has determined the(14)Motorola XTS 2500,(7)HT 750/ 1HT 1250,and(1)GE MCCALL CITY COUNCIL Page 6 of 11 September 12, 2019 Regular Meeting Page 22 of 152 M-RK handheld UHF radios including mics and charges for a total of 22 items that are obsolete due to age, are no longer of use to the City, and have no resale value. The City does not have the ability to wipe the data from the device making the radios unable to be surplused on the auction website.Proforce Law Enforcement is willing to wipe the data and to take the items for credit for new product. The Police Chief would like to trade the radios to Proforce Law Enforcement for a $827.00 credit to go against the purchase of Taser 7 Conductive Ruggedized targets and P26X cartridges. The Police Chief has determined it is in the best interest of the Police Department to trade the radios to the nationally known distributor that possesses the equipment to repurpose rather than destroy them. Council Member Nielsen moved to adopt Resolution 19-15 declaring the 22 Motorola radios and accessories as surplus, authorizing the trade of 22 Motorola radios and accessories to Proforce Law Enforcement for credit, and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. Council Member Holmes seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Nielsen, Council Member Holmes, Mayor Aymon, Council Member Giles, and Council Member Sowers all voted aye and the motion carried. AB 19-200 Downtown Sidewalk Maintenance Program Implementation Options Discussion City Manager Anette Spickard presented the Downtown Sidewalk Maintenance Program implementation options. Based upon Council feedback from the August 23 special work session, staff has developed options to pay for the startup of a downtown sidewalk maintenance program to provide summer and winter maintenance services. Council's feedback was to stay focused on providing the service in the downtown core only; start the program this winter;bring back options for funding the program; continue to look at long-term funding options to sustain the program in future years. The total Year One cost for the program is approximately $224,000 broken down as:. N $59,000 new equipment purchase .'/$44,000 annual materials&supplies expense • $85,000 annual personnel expense for Parks • $36,000 annual personnel expense for Public Works The options for financing the Year One cost of the program out of the City budget are: • Use General Fund reserve and Street Fund reserve balances • Reduce Capital Improvement Plan allocations to certain projects • Reduce amount allocated for Future Pathways Maintenance • Reduce amount allocated to Reserves for Future Projects The options for financing future years of the program are: • Using Property Tax revenue growth within the normal budget process • Appropriating Foregone Property Taxes • Allocating Local Option Tax revenues • Establishing a Fee-for-Service Staff answered questions about the funding options and staffing. Mayor Aymon believes that multiple funding sources will need to be used? Council Member Nielsen mentioned a Busirpss Imnrroyement District and stated he is not a fan of using the fund balance. There was a brief MCCALL CITY COUNCIL Page 7 of 11 September 12,2019 Regular Meeting Page 23 of 152 discussion around the relocation of the Parks department. Staff clarified questions regarding4he fund balance, CIP, and remaining funds in the LOT Streets. Council Member Holmes wanted to know if the expenses will be closely monitored for the actual moving of the snow. Staff clarified yes it will be. Once data is acquired it would be beneficial when approaching the businesses for fundi$g. Council Member Giles likes what is presented and thought staff should at a future date look at possible funding to include a fee for service but overall feels it is a good plan. Council Member Sowers asked if the equipment is being shared with other departments such as the Golf Course, could those department share in the funding as well. Staff stated on a small extent,those departments are but one of the issues the Parks department is striving to address is staffing and would like to offer more hours during the winter to keep established staff and this program rill help with that. When asked, multiple City staff expressed they are on board with implementing this program. Council Member Nielsen would like to have a future funding discussion. If approved, staff will come back with some options and priority pathways to provide a clear picture of how it is deployed. Staff expressed their thoughts on the need and implementation of the program. Council Member Nielsen is concerned once the City provides the service for free, it will be very difficult to get businesses to payJia.Council Member Giles stated is too late to implement a fee this year and feels when the businesses see the value they would pay. Council Member Holmes has heard, that with accurate data, businesses would be willing to pay. Having a trial year will allow the City to accumulate real time costs and formulate a true cost-based fee and identify unseen challenges. After some discussion,the Council was in favor of moving forward. Council Member Giles moved to direct staff to implement the Downtown Sidewalk Maintenance Program effective October 1, 2019. Council Member Holmes seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Giles, Council Member Holmes,Mayor Aymon, Council Member Nielsen,and Council Member Sowers all voted aye and the motion carried. Council Member Giles left the meeting 7:56 p.m. AB 19-201 Request to Approve the RMT Equipment Contract for the purchase of a Ventrac 4500 Tractor with attachments for the Downtown Sidewalk Maintenance Program Parks and Recreation Director Kurt Wolf presented the RMT Equipment Contract for the purchase of a Ventrac 4500 Tractor with attachments for the Downtown Sidewalk Maintenance Program. The equipment is a necessary investment to successfully execute and operate the proposed program. The Parks Department purchased this same piece of equipment in 2017 following significant research and multiple demo sessions. Since then, it has proven extremely universal year-round for both sidewalk maintenance and day to day operations such as mowing, turf cultivation, and construction. Based on the increased maintenance demand of the proposed downtown sidewalk program,a second tractor is needed to perform the work. Rocky Mountain Equipment Company has placed the order to hold but not commit the equipment including additional attachments to ensure delivery prior to the winter snow season. The contract will authorize RMT Equipment to commit for purchase when funds are available in FY20 for a mid to late November delivery. MCCALL CITY COUNCIL Page 8 of 11 September 12, 2019 Regular Meeting Page 24 of 152 City Clerk's C ty C e s L><cense Report Council Meeting: September 26, 2019 Business License Activity z r '•� Business Name Type of Business Address eDo y BL# Issued eD Christopher&Amy Short Term Vacation 329 Silverpine X 2107 9/12/2019 Hummel Rental Grand Welcome Short Term Vacation 2601 Airport Dr X 2108 9/12/2019 Rentals (4) #270, Torrance CA Ridge Line General Contractor 100 Helmich St. X 2110 9/12/2019 Construction Inc McCall's Foxglove Retail Floral Shop, 502 N 3rd Stredir#3 X 2112 9/12/2019 &Fern Floral BrandSafway General Contractor 2000 Century Way, X 2114 9/12/2019 Solutions Holdings Boise LLC Black Truck Home General Contractor 223 Titus Lane, X 2117 9/12/2019 Repair Donnelly Ben's Handyman Construction 1404 Dawson X 1102 9/1/2019 Services The Anchor Restaurant 203 E. Lake Street X 987 9/30/2019 Alcohol License Activity z x Business Name Owner(s) Physical ;' d BL# Issued Comments Address Big Countrys Sports Sean Cochran 200 E Lake X 2100A 9/17/19 Pub Street Catering Permit Activity Name of Licensee Event Location of Event Day& Date Time of Event Revenue of Event No Activity Outdoor Public Events/Vendor Permit Activity Location of Road Applicant Event Event Date(s) of Event Time of Event Closure { Toasty Brokenhorn Brokenhorn 9/2,9,16,23,30/2019 4pm to 12am No Brewing Brewing - 1 Page 31 of 152 McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-203 Meeting Date September 26, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Originator Department Approvals Initials or Supporter Request to Authorize the Library Director to sign Mayor/Council the Idaho STEM Action Center Public-Private City Manager Clerk Partnership (P3) Grant Award Agreement Treasurer Community Development Police Department Public Works Golf Course COST IMPACT: $50,000 Parks and Recreation FUNDING Idaho STEM Action Center Airport SOURCE: Library t -- Support TIMELINE: ASAP Information Systems Eco Devo Planner Originator SUMMARY STATEMENT:: The,McCa11 Public Library has been awarded a $50,000 Public-Private Partnership (P3) grant from the Idaho STEM Action Center to support the construction of an educational classroom (aka MakerSpace) Villthin the McCall Public Library Expansion project.The$50,000 grant award will be matched by$100,000* intprivate donations contributed to the Library Foundation:'This minimum 1:2 match from privately sourced donations is a grant program requirement.The grant final report is due by November 15, 2021. The award agreement calls for the Library Director's signature and this agenda bill is asking for that permission. The agreement is attached. RECOMMENDED ACTION: Authorize the Library Director to sign the Idaho STEM Action Center Public-Private Partnership Grant Award Agreement. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION May 23, 2019 Council approved STEM P3 grant application submittal. Page 75 of 152 McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-208 Meeting Date September 26, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Originator Department Approvals Initials or Supporter Request to Proclaim October 6-12, 2019 as Fire Mayor/Council Prevention Week— "Not Every Hero Wears a City Manager ?, Clerk Originator Cape. Plan and Practice your Escape!" Treasurer Community Development Police Department Public Works Golf Course COST IMPACT: n/a Parks and Recreation FUNDING n/a Airport SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: October 6-12,2019 Information Systems Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT: The City of McCall, Idaho is committed to ensuring the safety and security of all those living in and visiting the City. Fire is a serious public safety concern both locally and nationally, and homes are the locations where people are at greatest risk from file. This year's National Fire Protection Association® (NFPA®) Fire Prevention Week campaign is "Not Every Hero Wears a Cape. Plan and Practice Your Escape!" The campaign works to educate everyone about the small but important actions they can take to keep themselves and those around them safe. NFPA statistics show that in 2017 U.S. fire departments responded to 357,000 home structureofires. Tiese, fires caused 2,630 fire deaths and 10,600 fire injuries.On average, seven people died in a fire in a home per day during 2012 to 2016. These numbers show that home fires continue to pose a significant threat to safety. In a typical home fire,there may be as little as one to two minutes to escape safely from the time the smoke alarm sou/Ids. Escape planning and practice is important to utilize those few minutes to give everyone enough time to get out.Situational awareness is a skill people need to use wherever they go. In an effort to support the national proclamation of Fire Prevention Week and bring awareness to the citizens of McCall, staff requests the Council proclaim October 6-12,2019 as Fire Prevention Week in McCall. The proclamation,talking points,and fire escape checklists are attached.More information and activities can be found on the NFAP website https://www.nfpa.org/Public-Education/Staying-safe/Preparedness/Fire- Prevention-Week? RECOMMENDED ACTION: Proclaim October 6-12, 2019 as Fire Prevention Week throughout the City of McCall and authorize the Mayor to sign the proclamation. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION _MEETING DATE ACTION Page 81 of 152 ,r f 1 1 ,- ..1 : -sr ..) PLAN - ;'-+PRACTICE I f ESCAPEE f fraproven tionwook.org FIRE PREVENTION WEEK October 6-12, 2019 PROCLAMATION WHEREAS, the city of McCall, Idaho is committed to ensuring the safety and security of all those living in and visiting McCall;and WHEREAS,fire is a serious public safety concern both locally and nationally, and homes are the locations where people are at greatest risk from fire;and WHEREAS, home fires killed 2,630 people in the United States in 2017, according to the National Fire Protection Association®(NFPA®), and fire departments in the United States responded to 357,000 home fires;and WHEREAS, the majority of U.S.fire deaths(4 out of 5)occur at home each year;and WHEREAS, the fire death rate per 1000 home fires reported to U.S.fire departments was 4 percent higher in 2017 than in 1980;and WHEREAS, when the smoke alarm sounds McCall's residents may have less than two minutes to escape to safety; and WHEREAS, McCall's residents who have planned and practiced a home fire escape plan are more prepared and will therefore be more likely to survive a fire;and WHEREAS, McCall's residents should make a home escape plan,drawing a map of each level of the home,showing all doors and windows;aAd WHEREAS, McCall's residents should practice the home fire escape plan with everyone in the household, including visitors;and WHEREAS, McCall's residents should practice the home fire escape drill at least twice a year, during the day and at night;and WHEREAS, McCall's residents should teach children to escape on their own in case adults can't help them;and WHEREAS,McCall's residents should make sure everyone in the home knows how to call 9-1-1 or the local emergency number from a cell phone or a neighbor's phone;and WHEREAS, McCall's residents should practice using different ways out;and WHEREAS, McCall's residents in a real emergency should get low and go under the smoke to get out quickly;and WHEREAS, McCall's residents should get out and stay out, never going back inside the home for people, pets, or things;and WHEREAS, McCall's residents are responsive to public education measures and are able to take action to increase their safety from fire, especially in their homes;and WHEREAS, the 2019 Fire Prevention WeekTM theme, "Not Every Hero Wears a Cape. Plan and Practice Your Escape!."""effectively serves to remind us that we need to take personal steps to increase our safety from fire. THEREFORE, I Jackie J. Aymon, Mayor of McCall, do hereby proclaim October 6-12, 2019, as Fire Prevention Week throughout this town, and l urge all the people of(TOWN) to be aware of their surroundings, look for available ways out in the event of a fire or other emergency, respond when the smoke alarm sounds by exiting the building immediately, and to support the many public safety activities and efforts of McCall's fire and emergency services during Fire Prevention Week 2019. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand at the City of McCall in Idaho on this 26th day of September 2019. era City of McCall Page 82 of 152Jackie J.Aymon, Mayor FIRE PREVENTION NFPA WEEK Talking Points Talking Point Tactics Whether you're talking to the media, a community group, or residents, these talking points will help you stay on message with your remarks. Use these safety messages as they are, or as a starting point for a larger discussion. Home Fire Escape Planning and Practice Home fire escape planning and drills are an essential part of fire safety. A home fire escape plan needs to be developed and practiced before a fire strikes. • Home fire escape planning should include the following: • Drawing a map of each level of the home, showing all doors and windows • Going to each room and pointing to the two ways out • Making sure someone will help children, older adults, and people with disabilities wake up and get out • Teaching children how to escape on their own in case you cannot help them • Establishing a meeting place outside and away from the home where everyone can meet after exiting • Having properly installed and maintained smoke alarms • Home fire escape practice should include the following: • Pushing the smoke alarm button to start the drill • Practicing what to do in case there is smoke: Get low and go. Get out fast. • Practicing using different ways out and closing doors behind you as you leave • Never going back for people, pets, or things • Going to your outdoor meeting place • Calling 9-1-1 or the local emergency number from a cell phone or a neighbor's phone Smoke Alarms • Smoke alarms detect and alert people to a fire in the early stages. Smoke alarms can mean the difference between life and death in a fire. • Working smoke alarms cut the risk of dying in a home fire in half. Page 83 of 152 • Install smoke alarms in every sleeping room, outside each separate sleeping area, and on every level of the home, including the basement. • Test smoke alarms at least once a month using the test button. • Make sure everyone in the home understands the sound of the smoke alarm and knows how to respond. Cooking • Cooking is the leading cause of home fires and home fire injuries. Thanksgiving is the leading day for fires involving cooking equipment. • The leading cause of fires in the kitchen is unattended cooking. • Stay in the kitchen when you are frying, boiling, grilling, or broiling food. • If you are simmering, baking, or roasting food, check it regularly and stay in the home. • Keep anything that can catch fire away from your stovetop. Heating • Heating equipment is one of the leading causes of home fires during the winter months. • Space heaters are the type of equipment most often involved in home heating equipment fires. • All heaters need space. Keep anything that can burn at least 3 feet (1 meter) away from heating equipment. • Have a 3-foot (1-meter) "kid-free zone" around open fires and space heaters. • Purchase and use only portable space heaters listed by a qualified testing laboratory. • Have a qualified professional install heating equipment. • Maintain heating equipment and chimneys by having them cleaned and inspected by a qualified professional at least once a year. • If a wildfire is threatening your home: • Create a plan for evacuation that includes alternate routes out of the danger area. • Have prepacked kits with essentials such as medicine, family records, credit cards, a change of clothing, and food and water. • Create a family communication plan that designates an out-of-area friend or relative as a point of contact to act as a single source of communication. • Prepare a plan for the care of pets and other animals. • Sign up for wildfire alerts. • Take steps to protect family, friends, or neighbors who have disabilities. • Stay aware of local fire conditions. When told to evacuate, go promptly. If you feel unsafe, do not wait for an evacuation order—leave immediately. Page 84 of 152 McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-209 Meeting Date September 26, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Originator Department Approvals Initials or Supporter Request to Proclaim October 2019 as Arts and Mayor/Council Humanities Month City Manager Clerk Originator Treasurer Community Development Police Department Public Works Golf Course COST IMPACT: n/a Parks and Recreation FUNDING n/a Airport SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: October 2019 Information Systems Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT: National Arts & Humanities Month is a coast-to-coast collective celebration of culture in America. Coordinated by Americans for the Arts, it has become the largest annual celebration of the arts and humanities in the nation. From arts center open houses to mayoral proclamations to banners and newspaper articles, communities across the United States join together to recognize the cultural gems surrounding them. 'I e month of October has been recognized as National Arts and Humanities Month by thousands of zerts and cultural organizations, communities, and states across the country, as well as by the White Hou$e and Congress for more than 30 years. The arts and humanities embody much of the accumulated wisdom, intellect, and imagination of humankind and play an important role in our lives—they provide enrichment and strive to provide enlightening and transformational experiences to the broadest possible cross section of the American public. The arts allow us to explore ideas,express emotions, and better appreciate cultur* from around the wotld. The nonprofit arts industry also strengthens our economy by generating $1663, billion in total economic activity annually, 26 billion in government revenue, and by supporting the ful, time equivalent of 5 million jobs nationwide. National Arts &Humanities Month is an opportunity to recognize and celebrate the positive impact the arts bring to our schools and communities therefore in an effort to support the national proclamation of Arts and Humanities, staff requests that Council proclaim October as Arts and Humanities month in McCall. The proclamation and ShowYourArt2019 fun social media challenge is attached. RECOMMENDED ACTION: Proclaim October 2019 as Arts and Humanities Month and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION Page 89 of 152 McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-204 Meeting Date September 26, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Originator Department Approvals Initials or Supporter McCall Local Housing Program Work Session Mayor/Council City Manager 10 Ci 1 ectoviorKcc, CO-Gdi/vr-e-,--4' '-e ms Clerk a I 5 of r t hu,^— 6.4A4-1/4-9 - ? IA"k f' ( Treasurer S,PCl.-n Community Development ivl_� Originator i elL0-1 ( (VC.J Jt_�( hesaPolice Department SCI-c, 7 6 GNUre seok-44,-. Public Works Golf Course . oCOST IMPACT: N/A ecr /oc,‘ (-r Parks and Recreation FUNDING N/A 23,rraay._.S of S,,‹s Airport SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: TBD 42.251004 — 7 S coo Information Systems 5—h.0"Q -- �Sv^-v> Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT: 3, 1^f ht -,,w car ;Z S i% - h 'e.Si. .,� .11{f In 2018, the McCall City Council adopted lakall In Motion/City of McCall Housing Strategy and4(e 1lall Area Comprehensive Plan. The Plans outline the need for a Local Housing Program that includes a vary of-for sale or rent units with various price points to support a year around community. A do( n-Cec.. _ 52` . - Fj6- O0 l }. S a),t-4/ , d- 44(4 - / ._,r First, staff will provide an overview of the McCall's Local Housing Program with the status of each component. The second part of the work session will focus on Request for Proposj,,(RFP) component of. the Housing Program.Then the West Central Mountains Economic Development Council(WCMEDC)ar*l The West Central Mountains Housing Trust will present for 5 minutes each to provide a regional perspective Aid update. Lastly, there will be dis ussion on the need of a housing working group or committee., SGU - tSWI /ry - 1 . `Y?"del _ 1,500 - The outline for the McCall Local Housing Housing Program and the Potential Local Housing Opportunities map from the McCall Area Comprehensive Plan are attached. Ci-`,1. 41.-/A / -5 rhe *-o- 1.. RECOMMENDED ACTION: g4 1 14, ,1'i- 'i e [As erk � y,�, Have discussion on Housing and pro'ide any- direction to staff on next steps. , 4' Iver d I, $ ,bt�r-eo� Gt.eli..s ..0 /7rnf lc �fs-0„=..iz, It atur. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION January 11, 2018 The Council adopted the McCall Housing Strategy August 9,2018 Presentation of Winter Park,CO Downtown and Housing Initiatives September 27, 2018 Council work session on local housing December 13,2018 Direction to staff to prepare Local Housing Incentive Program and Resolution January 17,2019 Consideration of Resolution 19-02 McCall Housing Incentive Program February 14,2019 Approved Resolution 19-02 McCall Housing Incentive Program with geographic area June 27,2019 f Joint Work Session with PZ on local housing code amendments 171 eL• a pp/411'166 "my - IW/x` X-s"rij) ' Page 93 of 152 ffSGC Pys" OA 0,-)11'n 4 141 f McCall's Local Housing Program Providing housing so people can work and live in McCall PROGRAMS/TOOLS Private Development Incentive Request for Land Banking Annexation/Zoning Map Regulatory Temporary or Seasonal Program:Rental or Ownership Qualifications/Proposals Amendment for New Housing for Owned Properties Development Status Adopted program by McCall City Map was developed to FY19 LOT approved funding This will be dependent on The Code Update has started and Needs to be developed. Council. identify suitable public for Local Housing included property owners applying for work on local housing will be Related to Code Update and properties.City Council or Incentives or Land Banking. annexation to the City or a further identified in January 2019. further research needs to be MRA Board may direct request for a rezone. done on this topic. staff to prepare RFQ/RFP. Overview Incentive Value:$10,000 per unit An RFQ/RFP process can be Pfirchase land for local When annexation and A list of regulatory or code There could be certain Units are deed or lease completed to find a housing. rezones are requested,20; changes would be developed to regulatory changes and restricted.* ' . eveloper/development 30?%of units are deed lucent,reduced development incentives to encourage op-- . at includes deed restricted local housing units. standards,expeditated approval more seasonal and -- restricted local housing process. temporary housing options Cird° ` units. (i.e.yurts,moveable 441k \ container homes on vacant Gti-41,_,')Id6 `� _ lots,etc.) How it works Applican i rlpler}Sents approved RFQ/RFP is advertised,a City or MRA purchases land Annexation and rezones These code changes would be TBD deed restrictions and will receive selection process is for the specific purpose for requests,when feasible, developed and would need to be incentive value from available completed,enter into a deed restricted local would be required to put• adopted through the zoning code funding sources.A priority of contract.Land can be 3 housing.**Then RFQ/RFP deed restrictions on a certain amendment process.Examples expenditures is ide tified. ' long-term� lease or deeded process used to select percentage(i.e.30%)of may Include density bonuses, „(,L— ` "4 r a specific purpose. developer/development. units. increased,building height, / 1 V 1 1-41) Increased lot coverage,short-term em`' regs.,etc. Eligibility '•-cts located in the city limits. Located in the city or urban Located in the city or urban Requests located in McCall Once ordinances adopted by City TBD I udes rentals,for sale, renewal district,agency renewal district,agency Impact Area or Valley and County,projects that meet employer provided housing and, dependent. dependent. County. code would be eligible in the city /caesst dweiingtiird ' and impact area. Public City General Funds Depends on project. City General Funds Evaluate cost of providing N/A TBD Funding Tourism LOT Tourism LOT City services. sources Water hookup fees(watef fund MRA must be repaid by source above) Franchise fees Building/D&Z application fees City-owned property Grants Administration CED/Clerk CED CED P&Z Commission/City Council P&Z Commission/City Council CED *Incentive amount is contingent upon available funding. **Council may reconsider the McCall Avenue leases to include a deed restriction as they change ownership. Page 94 of 152 McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-207 Meeting Date September 26, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Department Approvals Initials Originator or Supporter Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee Annual Mayor/Council Accomplishment Report City Manager Clerk Treasurer ' Community Development P- Police Department Public Works Golf Golf Course COST IMPACT: N/A C Parks and Recreation 04-11/ Originator FUNDING N/A Airport SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: September 26,2018 Information Systems Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT: A Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee Member will present Council with the committee's annual accomplishment report. The Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee is established pursuant to Idaho Code 50-210 to advise and make recommendations to the McCall City Council on matters pertaining to the operations,management and programming of the McCall Parks and Recreation Department.The Committee consists of seven voting members serving rotating three-year terms. Report is attached. RECOMMENDED ACTION: Review only. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION Page 97 of 152 McCall Parks & Recreation Advisory Board 2019 Annual Report to City Council Chairman: Forrest Stanley Members: Cory Nelson, Donna Bush, Dalton Crane,Terry Edvelson, Dave Petty, Larry Hauder City Employee: Kurt Wolf, Parks and Recreation Director Recreation Program Comparison FY 18— FY19: 27 programs offered; 1,210 registrations from Fall/Winter 2018 to Fall 2019; vproximately 12qp participants in various tournaments And special events held in McCall Parks. The number of programs offered increased by one from 2017/18. The number of total registrations increased by 100+. List of programs offered include (* indicates contract employee): Fall/Winter 2017 Fall/Winter 2018/19 Youth Wrestling* 21 19 Youth Basketball* 87 92 Adult Co-Ed Indoor Soccer 60 57 (open gym-day pass) Tots&Tykes (3 sessions) 32 14(2 sessions) Messy Munchkins 9 12 (2 sessions) Photo Contest 20 - 3v3 Adult Basketball(8 teams) 32 - Winter Break-Day Trips - 27 Yth Football(registration only) 45 41 2"d Friday Lunch - Spring 2018 Spring 2019 Plant Night 30 27 Spring Soccer 71 - Elem.Volleyball 20 36 Pickleball (season pass) 2 5 Pickleball (day pass) 126 65 Girls Softball 24 28 Boys Baseball 64 51 Coach Pitch 17 20 Summer 2018 Summer 2019 Soccer Camp (Grades 1-6)* 48 51 Soccer Camp (Grades 7-12)* 26 23 Mountain Biking(2.5 sessions) 59 58 Tee Ball 25 39 Wee Soccer 88 105 7\\ .., � Youth Tennis (4 sessions)* 110 83 (3 sessions) Adult Tennis (2 sessions)* 6 - JSNAG Golf 20 15 Adult Softball (7 teams) 80 60(6 teams) r Tamarack Rafting(3 sessions)* 38 26(2 sessions) JTamarack Zip Line (3 sessions)* 34 29(2 sessions) Traveling Playground - 60(5 dates-average 12 ea.date) N Athletic Training - 17 Fall 2018 Fall 2019 Fall Soccer 48 50 Fall Baseball 18 - Page 98 of 152 Special Events: • Mile High Mile Swim Event 58 registrations • Mtn. Madness Softball Tournament 22 teams • Senior Softball Tournament 6 teams (average 12 players per team) • McCall Ball 10 teams registered through mccallrec.com • 4th of July—Lakeside Liberty Fest o Volleyball Tournament 40 Participants o Movie night 200+Participants o Softball Tournament 14 teams • Summer Movie Nights'(x2) X00+Participants Partnerships: M-D School District, SW Valley County Recreation District, Council Recreation, McCall Tennis Association, MUSA, St. Luke's, McCall Youth Football Club, CIMBA, Idaho State Amateur Softball Association (USA Idaho), McCall Auto Club, The Rotary Club, McCall Golf Course, Jug Mountain Ranch, McCall Senior Community Center, Tamarack Resort, parent volunteers, McCall Area Composite Mountain Bike Team. Staffing: • P&R Director- Kurt Wolf • Recreation Supervisor-Tara Woods • Parks Superintendent—Eddie Heider • Administrative Assistant-Stefanie Bork • Parks Lead-Monika Trapp • Parks Foreman-Todd Wheaton • Parks Facilities Maintenance Coordinator-Tyler Padgett • Janitorial- Larry Martin • PT Seasonal Staff(varies throughout the year—difficulties in hiring seasonal help) Staff members currently work with 3 city committees (Parks & Recreation Advisory Committee, Tree Committee and Environmental Advisory Committee) as well as work with other committees concerning department projects (McCall Improvement Committee, Urban Renewal, Public Art Committee, McCall in Bloom,County Waterways Commission) 2019 Park Projects: Completed41111) • Wooley Boardwalk Separated Pathway along Wooley Avenue • Gold Glove Park Improvements (paving,concrete sidewalks, landscaping, drainage) • Brown Park Playground planning, design and grant applications-underway. • Riverfront Park drainage, access, revegetation, and parking improvements (IDPR Grant). Rotary Grant Tree Planting Project—Fall 2018. • Skate Park concrete maintenance and repairs. • Riverfront Park—River bank stabilization project and mitigation in partnership with Valley Soil&Water Conservation District and DEQ 319 Grant Funds. • Lake cleanup efforts North of the marina — permitting in progress for lakefront improvements and public amenities. • Pathway improvements and new connection at Wooley/Spring Mtn. Blvd Intersection. '‘411" • Downtown Sidewalk Maintenance Program development. .0., • Noxious Weed Management—Cooperative community assistance program with County. �I ej1 • Warren Wagon Pathway Repairs. • Feasibility Study—Public Event Center/Boat House 1.3 Page 99 of 152 Continue or planned for FY20 • Riverfront Park— revegetation efforts, river access improvements, and additional bank stabilization efforts • Continued promotion of integrated noxious weed control • Improve grounds and turf management to reduce reliance on chemical fertilizer • Repair erosion damage at Brown Park • 4th of July planning and adjustments • Flower and ornamental plantings • Waterfront Improvements North of Marina • Brown Park Playground Replacement 2019 Projects & Programs: Recreation • 3.movie nights'(1 in July, 1 in August and 1 in September) • Solicit sponsorships from local businesses for recreation programs(goal of$5000) • Obtain Certified Recreation&Parks Certificate through the National Recreation and Parks Association • ADA playground improvements at Brown Park • P&R store front and possible re-location downtown — coordinated with PD move and Library expansion proposals. • Wooley Pathway Connection at Spring Mtn. • Rec Center/community center- board members attending Rec District meetings to glean information as that idea moves ahead • Landscape, parking, and sidewalk improvements at Gold Glove Park. Replace fence guards at Gold Glove and raise outfield fence on B-Field. 2020 Topics/ Events to Address with Staff and Council: • Impacts of Fireworks Displays on the community, environment, and wildlife. ftenerch and present options or alternatives with City Staff,Council, and the Chem be • Recreation District and facilities needs analysis and report • IDL 80 Acres and RiverfrontVark • Parks&Recreation Relocation i5 11,0' Page 100 of 152 McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-211 Meeting Date September 26, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Originator Department Approvals Initials or Supporter Request for Approval of the Thompson Place Mayor/Council Addendum to Development Agreement for Local City Manager yg Clerk Housing Deed and Lease Restrictions �Treasurer -- / �u Community Development M(.7 Originator IPnAl Police Department (J ' `r^' A4'-"41 Public Works J�' J Golf Course COST IMPACT: Parks and Recreation FUNDING Airport SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: Information Systems Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT:: At its March 28,2019 regularly scheduled meeting,the McCall City Council approved the Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law, and Decision documents for PUD-18-03, SUB-18-06,ZON-18-03,the Appeal of DR- 18-52, and the City and Owner entered into a Development Agreement for Thompson Place recorded e July 30,2019.JarMar INVESTMENTS LLC has acquired the property.The proposed development includes 16 condominium units to consist of four fourplexrss, 12 deed restricted units for localh__oising, within the Jake's Landing Subdivision.The Owner agreed to allocate the first twelve(12)units of the Thompson Place development to be constructed for Local Housing pursuant to the City of McCall LocaLHousing Ince/A/ft Program. In exchange, the City will provide incentives to be allocated to Owner/LLC that total the sum obi $120,000 toward the cost to complete such improvements. The criteria for the deed restrictions is outlined in the addendum. The Addendum was drafted by the City Attorney and the Owner/LLC has approved the Addendum. The original Development Agreement is also attached as a reference. RECOMMENDED ACTION: P4A fig t- 'S) Approve the Addendum to the Development Agreement for Thompson Place, and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE_ ACTION Page 101 of 152 ADDENDUM TO DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT (Thompson Place) Instrument#422346 THIS ADDENDUM is made this day of , 2019, between the CITY OF McCALL, a municipal corporation of the State of Idaho, hereinafter referred to as the "City," KURT MAROSTICA, hereinafter referred to as "Owner," and JarMar INVESTMENTS LLC,hereinafter referred to as"LLC." WHEREAS, City and Owner entered into a Development Agreement for Thompson Place recorded as Instrument#422346,records of Valley County,Idaho,on July 30, 2019; and WHEREAS, LLC has acquired the property the subject of the Development Agreement; and WHEREAS, Owner agreed to allocate the first twelve (12) units of the Thompson Place development to be constructed for Local Housing pursuant to the City of McCall Local Housing Incentive Program. That these first twelve(12)units are hereinafter collectively referred to as the "Thompson Place Local Housing Units"; and WHEREAS,paragraph 4.2.3 of the Development Agreement requires Owner to establish deed and/or lease restrictions in accordance with McCall's Local Housing Incentive Program for said the Thompson Place Local Housing Units; and WHEREAS, this Addendum will fulfill Owner's requirements under paragraph 4.2.3 of the Development Agreement. NOW THEREFORE, City, Owner, and LLC hereby establish the following deed and/or lease restrictions applicable to the Thompson Place Local Housing Units: 1. The individual Thompson Place Local Housing Units, the Base Rental Rate, and the Base Valuation to be included in the Local Housing Deed Form for each Local Housing Unit shall be as follows: Unit# Bedr.. s Sq Ft Base Rental Rate Base Valuation 1-8 2-bec, 662 ••uare fe $1,300/month $180,000 9-12 2-be 66 quare fe t $1,300/month $200,000 r,,u ��" ADDENDUM TO DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT-Thompson Place I Page 102 of 152 McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-211 Meeting Date September 26, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Originator Department Approvals Initials or Supporter Request for Approval of the Thompson Place Mayor/Council Addendum to Development Agreement for Local City Manager r Clerk Housing Deed and Lease Restrictions vk Treasurer IUtinAlru Community Development ��_ Originator iL Police Department 1s-1)—"4-1Public Works X�+ Golf Course COST IMPACT: Parks and Recreation FUNDING Airport SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: Information Systems Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT: At its March 28,2019 regularly scheduled meeting,the McCall City Council approved the Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law, and Decision documents for PUD-18-03, SUB-18-06,ZON-18-03,the Appeal of DR- 18-52, and the City and Owner entered into a Dement Agreement for Thompson Place recorded on lay 30,2019.JarMar INVESTMENTS LLC has acquired the property.The proposed development includes 16 condominium units to consist of four fourplexes, 12 deed restricted units for local hoftsing, within the Jake's Landing Subdivision.The Owner agreed to allocate the first twelve L12)units of the Thompson Place developm nt to be constructed for Local Housing pursuant to the City of McCall Local Housing Incenti$e Program. In exchange, the City will provide incentives to be allocated to Owner/LLC that total the sum oft $120,000 toward the cost to complete such improvements. The criteria for the deed restrictions is outlined in the addendum. The Addendum was drafted by the City Attorney and the Owner/LLC has approved the Addendum. Tke- original Development Agreement is also attached as a reference. RECOMMENDED ACTION.• �,�,yl Gr--°9 Approve the Addendum to the Development Agreement for Thompson Place, and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION Page 101 of 152 2. Incentives to be allocated to Owner/LLC shall total the sum of$120,000 toward the cost to complete such improvements as may a agree upon by Owner, LLC,and City,to include •t fblo lowing: (a) Public street improvements; (b) Public sidewalk/pathways; (c) Upgrades to City utilities(water, fiber); (d) Undergrounding of overhead utilities(power,telecommunications); (e) Water hookup fees; (f) Parks in-lieu fees as required by MCC 9.3.10; and/or (g) Building/P&Z application fees. Such incentives shall be allocated to Owner/LLC on a timeline to be agreed upon between Owner/LLC and the City, but not later than the date of the certificate of occupancy for the Thompson Place Local Housing Units. 3. Each deed that transfers an interest in the Thompson Place Local Housing Units shall include the following Local Housing Restrictions: (1) General Criteria: (a) tints or purchasers of the property: (i) Shall have been employed a minimum of 30 hours per week or 1,560 hours per year within the city of McCall for a period of 6 consecutive months prior to the lease or purchase; or (ii) shall have an employment offer from a McCall business; or (iii) shall be a senior(age 65 and older) as the primary resident; or \J\ (iv) shall be a person with a disability. PClarification of General Criteria: 9 '1°''' ' (i) An employer with employees who satisfy the General Criteria may rent or purchase the property for rental to such employees, subject to these Local Housing Restrictions with regard to rentals; (ii) a"McCall Business"is a business that has a physical location within the McCall City Limits. Businesses that have multiple physical locations must include at least one location within the McCall City Limits to qualify as a McCall Business. (2) No short-term or vacation rental: 14 (a) There shall be no short-term rental or vacation renting or sub-leasing of the t l property. Short-term rentals shall be defined as a rental or lease for thirty v (30) days or less. (3) Restrictions on Rental of the Property: (a) Any tenant must meet the General Criteria at the time of commencement of the lease; ADDENDUM TO DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT-Thompson Place 2 Page 103 of 152 1- ` l (b) the Base Rental Rate for the property shall 1$1,300 per month; V 'N (c) the Base CPI shall be , (d) annual increases in the rental rate for the property may not exceed the Base l `,�lr ) Rental Rate multiplied by the CPI Percentage Increase. CPI Percentage Increase shall be calculated as follows: CPI for Rental Year—Base CPI= CPI Point Change. CPI Point Change / Base CPI x 100 = CPI Percentage ,,,r; , , Increase; h (e) if a tenant ceases to satisfy the General Criteria during the lease term, they ` _�1' �k‘ shall not be required to move out of the property until the expiration of the y 1C' L \� term of their lease. Leases shall have a maximum term of one year, \ provided that the lease can be renewable on a year to year basis upon 5k confirmation of qualification of the General Criteria prior to each renewal period. (4) Restrictions on Sale of the Property: (a) Any purchaser of the property must meet the General Criteria at the time of purchase, or they must rent the property to tenants who satisfy the General (2 Criteria; n --(b) the Base Valuation for the Property shall be no higher than $180,000Ibr ' units 1-8, and no higher than $200,000 for units 9-12; (c) the Base CPI shall be , I (d) the sales price for the property may not exceed the Base Valua4on q multiplied bythe rest r of: °hper e,, ' or, (ii) the CPI Perp nta e r P g e (1�� . Y. � g !1 ` �,� Increas . The CPI Percentage Increase shall be calculated as follows: CPI ;/ for Year of Sale—Base CPI=CPI Point Change. CPI Point Change/Base yi 4� CPI x 100=CPI Percentage Increase. �� 1� (e) If the purchaser of the propertysatisfies the General Criteria at the time of ). purchase,they shall not be required to sell the property at such time as they -Qj1\ ii fail to satisfy the General Criteria; provided however,'they may not lease the property except pursuant to the terms of para a (3)above; (d) If the purchaser of the property oes not satisfy the General Criteria at the time of purchase, but does rent the property to tenants who satisfy the General Criteria, he shall be required to sell the property at such time as he ` fails to rent the property pursuant to the terms of paragraph(3) above, for a period of longer than 9 months. (5) Additional Language Required on Deed: Each deed that transfers an interest in the Thompson Place Local Housing Units shall include the following language: Grantee, by Grantee's signature below,does hereby covenant, agree to, and accept the aforesaid Local Housing Restrictions because Grantor is receiving, or Grantor's predecessors have received, financial incentives from the City of McCall in exchange for these covenants and restrictions. The Local Housing Restrictions shall constitute a covenant burdening and running with the property. The Local Housing Restrictions spial bin an inure to the benefit of the heirs, assigns and successors-in-interest of the ADDENDUM TO DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT-Thompson Place 3 Page 104 of 152 further with the work. Approval of the work, or any portion thereof, by the City's inspector, shall constitute approval by the City. 3.2 Owner shall be responsible for the maintenance of sidewalks and pathways in accordance with McCall City Code Title 8, Chapter 5, Section 010. 3.3 Prior to the earlier to occur of the recordation of the Final Subdivision Plat for the Project or the issuance of a Building Permit for any unit, Owner shall either complete the following described improvements to the overhead utilities which currently exist along Thompson Avenue or shall financially assure completion of the same in compliance with the applicable provisions of the McCall City Code (MCC 9.6.067). (a) Owner shall cause the overhead utilities, from the easterly property boundary west to the intersection with Park Street, to be placed underground, hereinafter referred to as the "Thompson Avenue Utility Project". 3.4 Owner shall complete all off-site improvements described in this Article by December 31, 2020. ARTICLE IV CONDITIONS ON DEVELOPMENT 4.1 Prior to any site work or disturbance, the applicant shall receive engineering approval from the McCall City Engineer for project final civil designs. 4.2 Prior to issuance of a Building Permit for any unit, Owner shall: 4.2.1 Complete the off-site improvements, as described in the Applications for PUD 18-03 and SUB 18-06 or shall financially assure completion of the same in compliance with the applicable provisions of the McCall City Code (MCC 9.6.067). 4.2.2 Construct and receive final acceptance of water service infrastructure. jj\/\ 4.2.3 Establish deed and/or lease restrictions in accordance with McCall's Local Housing Incentive Program for the first twelve(12) units to be constructed. 4.2.4 Execute a public snow storage area on the subject parcel in an area and of a size to be approved by the McCall Public Works Director. 4.2.5 Receive approval from the Payette Lakes Recreational Water and Sewer District for the sewer line extension and connections and shall purchase sewer connection permits. 4.2.6 Provide a lighting plan and photometric analysis that demonstrates that the site and exterior building lighting will comply with the McCall Outdoor Lighting Development Agreement between Owner and the City of McCall--Thompson Place Page 3 of 9 3/28/2019 Page 109 of 152 Ordinance, pursuant to MCC 3.14. The plan shall include street lighting at street intersections in accordance with MCC 9.6.02.C. 4.2.7 Provide a detailed landscaping plan that identifies the plant size at the time of installation and location of irrigation throughout the project, and groundcover to be used within the common area for review and approval by the City Arborist. 4.3 Prior to issuance of a final Certificate of Occupancy for any unit, Owner shall: 4.3.1 Complete the onsite improvements as described in Article II including landscaping, walkways, site grading, storage buildings, trash enclosures, lighting, and amenities, as shown in the Applications for PUD 18-03 and SUB 18-06. 4.3.2 Complete the off-site improvements described in Article III. 4.4 Submittal of PUD Final Plan and Subdivision Final Plat applications for approval from the McCall City Council applications shall occur not later than December 31,2020. 4.5 The applicant shall financially assure the undergrounding of any overhead utilities (MCC 9.6.02) located along the Thompson Avenue property frontage up to $70,000. Additionally, all utilities within the project shall be installed underground, including any propane tanks. 4.6 A full set of as built (record) drawings of all improvements intended for public use and maintenance, including, but not limited to, water and sewer lines, and including also private and public streets, shall be furnished to the City within sixty (60)days of completion of the construction. ARTICLE V AFFIDAVIT OF PROPERTY OWNER 5.1 The signature of Owner agreeing to submit the Property to this Agreement and to the provisions set forth in Idaho Code Section 67-6511A and McCall City Code shall be provided and are incorporated into the Agreement. ARTICLE VI FINANCIAL ASSURANCES 6.1 Prior to issuance of a Building Permit, Owner shall either complete the off-site improvements as outlined in Article III and in accordance with the Applications PUD 18-03 and SUB 18-06 or shall financially assure completion of the same in compliance with the applicable provisions of the M.C.C. Section 9.2.07. 6.2 Owner shall guarantee 125% of the estimated cost to complete all of the infrastructure improvements for the Applications described in this Agreement that are not yet completed and have not been prepaid, in accordance with the provisions of M.C.C. Section 9.2.07, as follows: Development Agreement between Owner and the City of McCall—Thompson Place Page 4 of 9 3/28/2019 Page 110 of 152 6.2.1 The estimated cost to complete the infrastructure improvements is $261,977 amount, as shown at Exhibit C. 125% of that sum (i.e., $327,471) will be guaranteed by Owner prior to Final Plat recordation or prior to issuance of a Building Permit for any unit in accordance with the terms of M.C.C. § 3.10.10 for PUDs. r 6.2.2 If the actual cost to complete any infrastructure line item is greater than 125% of the Extended Price for such, then Owner the party performing the work-shall bear the additional cost. ARTICLE VII /1) ZONING MAP AMENDMENT T) 7.1 7.1 Per MCC 3.13. A Zoning Map Amendment to convert the existing of Lot 5, ` Jacob's Landing Subdivision from R8 — Medium density residential zoning to R16—High Density Residential to facilitate t e on ruction of a new six een�(16) unit condominium project to consist of four (4) fourplex structures, the first twelve (12) units (three (3) fourplexes) of which to be deed restricted for local housing. The rezone is consistent with the 2018 McCall Area Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use Map. 7.2 The applicant shall execute the rezone and receive final plat (SUB-18-06) and final plan (18-03) approval for the proposed sixteen (16) unit Thompson Place Planned Unit Development within thirty-six (36)months of City Council approval for the re-zone application or the parcel shall revert back to the original R8 — i;s.., 7.3 Medium Eligibility Densityforthe ResidentiMCallLocal al zoning. Hous Lc to receive financial incentives according to the adopted Policy (McCall City ((1 Council Resolution 19-2) ing Incentive Program shall be met in order � r"L7.4 Deed Restrictions shall be approved by the City and recorded prior to the issuance of a building permit; such restrictions must also be accepted in writing by any lender financing the project expressly provi�tfiat the lender(s)fees to be 6ounl � d by the terms of such restrictions. In lieu of written acceptance of such �k�, � restrictions by a lender, the recording of any encumbrance by a lender is defacto '� acknowledgment that the encumbrance is expressly subject to the deed restrictions and this Agreement. 7.5 Failure to meet the criteria of deed restrictions will revert the property to the original zoning (R8) which could result in structures being categorized as non- conforming uses and/or structures which could limit the ability to rebuild or remodel the same, and in addition Owner shall disgorge all financial incentives received from the City under Article XI and relinquish the right to receive any further financial incentives otherwise granted but not yet realized. Payment of disgorged financial incentives shall occur not later than thirty(30) days following delivery of written notice of default and invoice from the City. Failure to remit the Development Agreement between Owner and the City of McCall—Thompson Place Page 5 of 9 3/28/2019 Page 111 of 152 financial incentives shall entitle the City to file suit to recover all sums due from Owner, or his successors in interest if the default occurs after transfer of the premises to a successor. This remedy is in addition to any other remedies set forth in Article VIII below. ARTICLE VIII DEFAULT 8.1 In the event Owner, its successors, assignees, or subsequent owners of the property or any other person acquiring an interest in the property, fail to faithfully and materially comply with all of the terms and conditions included in this Agreement, such failure to comply will be deemed a default hereunder. In that event,City shall have the following options: (a) This agreement and the commitments contained herein may be terminated, and the zoning designation reversed, if City provides written notice of Owner's default, and provides the hearing required by I.C.67-6509. Provided, however, no such termination or reversal shall occur unless City provides written notice of the default and Owner fails to cure such default within ninety (90)days after mailing of delivery of said notice. (b) Enforcement of this Agreement may be sought in an action at law or in equity in Valley County District Court. The prevailing party in such action shall be entitled to recover its attorney fees and costs incurred, including fees and costs incurred on appeal. (c) A waiver by City of any default by Owner of any one or more of the covenants or conditions hereof shall apply solely to the breach waived and shall not bar any other rights or remedies of City or apply to any subsequent breach of any covenants or conditions. (d) Notwithstanding anything to the contrary herein, in the event of a material default of this Agreement, by Owner, the parties agree that Owner shall have ninety (90) days after delivery by the City to Owner of written notice of such default to correct the same prior to the City's seeking of any remedy provided for herein; provided, however, that in the case of any such default which cannot with diligence be cured within such ninety (90) day period, Owner shall commence curing the same within the ninety(90) day period and prosecute the curing of same with diligence and continuity, then the time within which such default may be cured shall be extended for such period as may be necessary to complete the curing of the same, but in any event not to exceed (6) months; and provided further, however, no default by a subsequent owner of a portion of the property shall constitute a default by Owner for the portion of the property still owned by Owner. (e) In the event the performance of any obligation to be performed hereunder by Owner is delayed for causes that are beyond the reasonable control of Development Agreement between Owner and the City of McCall—Thompson Place Page 6 of 9 3/28/2019 Page 112 of 152 McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-210 Meeting Date September 26, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Originator Department Approvals Initials or Supporter Request for Approval of Resolution 19-18 to Mayor/Council Auction Surplus Personal Property: Golf Course City ManagerClerk yg Express Duel 2000 Reel Grinder Treasurer Community Development Police Department Public Works Golf Course ESM Originator COST IMPACT: _N/A Parks and Recreation FUNDING N/A Airport SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: N/A Information Systems Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT: Idaho Code §67-5732A allows for the disposal of surplus personal property, provided that when sales will be offered to the public and sold to the highest responsible bidder, notice of such sale shall be published in the newspaper for at least two (2) weeks prior to such offering. Golf Course staff has identified Express Duel 2000 Reel Grinder as surplus property due to an upgrade to a newer version and thus no longer needed. The attached resolution authorizes the City Clerk to conduct a bid auction for the purposes of selling the surplus property to the highest bidder. TherCityhas_partnered with Public Surplus, an online auction tQ auction our surplus items. The public auction on the Public Surplus auction website will be noticed in the Star-News for two consecutive weeks. RECOMMENDED ACTION: Adopt Resolution 19-18 declaring the Express Duel 2000 Reel Grinder as surplus property, authorizing the sale of the grinder on public auction, and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION Page 119 of 152 McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-212 Meeting Date September 26, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Originator Department Approvals Initials or Supporter Request for Contract Award: Legacy Pump Station Mayor/Council Building Structural Improvements City Manager Clerk Treasurer Community Development Police Department Public Works ,Vj5 Originator Golf Course COST IMPACT: Approximately$80,000 Parks and Recreation FUNDING Water Treatment Airport SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: Fall 2019 Information Systems Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT: The Water Treatment Department, with assistance from SPF Water Engineers and GLR Engineers, is conducting informal bidding. (requests for proposals sent to multiple contractors) for the Legacy Pump Station Building Structural Improvements — Fall 2019 project. This station (originally built in 1957 and expanded multiple times since then) has experienced settling on its westernsportions due to the existing foundations being inadequate for the structure Work will consist of installing multiple 20' deep micro-piles along the perimeter of the existing building a , well as a grade beam that will be tied to the existing the western foundation line to stabilize the foundation, which has been subsiding for many yoars. Additional work will include repairs to the masonry sidling and roofing repairs where the roof structure intgrfaces with the structural walls that are being adjusted.0The t );' construction plans are attached. 44)- This project is identified for completion this year in the Water Master Plan and funding has been c( programmed in the FY20 budget. The attached draft agreement has been reviewed by legal counsel. out Proposals from selected contractors will be received by the City on September 24, 2019. SPF Water will review all proposals with City staff to determine responsiveness and provide a letter of recommendation for contract award which will be presented to City Council at the meeting. If awarded, the project would begin immediately and be completed by December 5,'2019. \i- RECOMMENDED ACTION: Award a construction contract for the Legacy Pump Station Building to the responsive low bidder, , in the amount of$ , and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION Page 123 of 152 McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-206 Meeting Date September 26, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Originator Department Approvals Initials or Supporter Request to Approve Agreement for City Mayor/Council Attorney/Civil Legal Services with White Peterson City Manager y¢ originator Gigray & Nichols, P.A. Clerk Treasurer Community Development Police Department Public Works Golf Course COST IMPACT: Approximately$100,000 Parks and Recreation FUNDING General Fund FY 20 Budget Airport SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: Effective 10/1/19 Information Systems Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT: After reviewing proposals of qualified law firms and conducting interviews with certain selected law firms, the Council directed staff to prepare a legal services agreement with the firm ohite Peterson Gigray & Nichols,P.A.Highlights of the agreement are: Monthly Retainer Legal Services at a fee of$7,000 based on an estimated need for 38 hours of legal work. Pricing includes 20%discount of the firm's hourly billing rates. Additional legal services for items such as litigation will be billed outside the retainer at the discounted hourly rate. The City and the firm will review the actual hours of work performed semi-annually and will adjust payment/credit if the monthly usag4 exceeds or falls below 10% of the retainer hours. In addition to these services, the firm will provide up to six of hours of training on topics determined by the City during FY20 at no additional charge. The agreement designates William F.Nichols as primary attorney for support to the Council and as primary contact for the agreement. The agreement also designates William L. Punkoney as primary attorney fqr Community Development and Public Works matters. The attached agreement is for one year with renewals or extensions to be made in writing by both parties. The Proposal Score Recap is attached. RECOMMENDED ACTION: Approve the Agreement for City Attorney/Civil Legal Services with White Peterson Gigray&Nichols, P.A. effective October 1, 2019 and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION 6/13/19 Council authorized RFP for City Attorney Legal Services for release 6/14/19 7/25/19 Council selected three firms for interviews 8/9/19 Council conducted interviews and requested reference checks on all three firms 8/22/19 Council selected White Peterson Gigray&Nichols,P.A. for City Attorney services Page 135 of 152 Upcoming Meetings Schedule October 10, 2019- 5:30 pm, Legion Hall-Regular Council Meeting 1. Chamber Report/Monthly Department Reports/Committee Minutes 2. PUD-19-03 Broken Ridge Commons (Morgan)?-PUBLIC HEARING 3. Public Event Center&Boathouse Feasibility Study(Michelle &Kurt) 4. PUD-15-01 McCall RV Resort Phase 2 Final Plan (Morgan)? 5. ITD State/Local Agreement Mission Street(Nathan) 6. Downtown Public Art Project-Call to Artists (Delta) October 24, 2019-5:30 pm, Legion Hall-Regular Council Meeting (Council Member Holmes Out,Anette Out) 1. Work Session: Community Needs/AFTON Update (Joe Eisenbrandt/Justin) 2. Treasurers Monthly Report(Linda) Consent 3. McCall Redevelopment Agency Annual Report(Michelle) 4. Urban Renewal Plan for the Downtown West Urban Renewal(Michelle) 5. AAC Appointment(Rick) 6. PD Surplus Equipment(Sandy) 7. October 25, 2019-9:00 am-11:00 Legion Hall- Special Work Session (Council Member Holmes Out,Anette Out) 1. -Triangle Development Update (Rick) 2. Deinhard-Area 1 Development(Rick) 3. Deinhard-Area 2 Development(Rick) 4. Northwest Airport Development(Rick) 5. Airport Deinhard Development(Rick) November 7,2019 - 5:30 pm, Legion Hall-Regular Council Meeting 1. Chamber Report/Monthly Department Reports/Committee Minutes November 21, 2019-5:30 pm, Legion Hall-Regular Council Meeting 1. Work Session: 2. Treasurers Monthly Report(Linda) Consent 3. Historic Preservation Commission Annual Report(Delta) 4. Resolution to Rates the Election Results (BessieJo) November 22, 2019-9:00 am-11:00 Legion Hall-Special Work Session 1. Library design team Presentation (Meg) 4'4 i"° 1 P° a -k d w tVr- tt-A u � V 1 Page 151 of 152 Plor AGENDA Regular Meeting City of McCall September 12, 2019 at 5:30 PM Legion Hall - McCall City Hall City Council (Lower Level) 216 East Park Street {1✓� a"� I_e_ed✓4 . OPEN SESSION A .i t D��s PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE fes`` APPROVE THE AGENDA 5:30 p.m. CONSENT AGENDA All matters which are listed within the consent section of the agenda have been distributed to each member of the McCall City Council for reading and study. Items listed are considered routine by the Council and will be enacted with one motion unless a Council Member specifically requests it to be removed from the Consent Agenda to be considered separately. Staff recommends approval of the following ACTION ITEMS: 1. Payroll Report for period ending August 23,2019 (ACTION ITEM) 2. Clerk License Report(ACTION ITEM) 3. Warrant Register—GL(ACTION ITEM) 4. Warrant Register—Vendor(ACTION ITEM) 5. Accept the Following COMMITTEE MINUTES (ACTION ITEM) a. Historic Preservation Commission—2019—August 7 b. Library Board of Trustees—2019—July 18 c. Parks &Recreation Advisory Committee—2019—June 18 d. Planning and Zoning Commission—2019—July 9 e. Tree Advisory Committee—2019—May 7 6. AB 19-190 Request to Approve MCPAWS FY20 Annual Contract 7. AB 19-191 Request to Approve Treasure Valley Transit (TVT) FY20 Annual Agreement Request 5:35 p.m.REPORTS Chamber monthly report to Council jC°61 Departrnent Reports 1. � :00 .m. PUBLIC COMMENT t this time, the Mayor will call for y comments from the public on any subject whether or not it is on the agenda for any item(s)the public may wish to bring forward and discuss. Please limit comments to three (3) minutes. The City Council does not take any action or make any Page 1 of 2 CITY COUNCIL AGENDA September 12,2019 Regular AMENDED—Removed AB 19-194 Thompson Place Addendum to Development Agreement for Local Housing Deed and Lease Restrictions Minutes--McCall Public Library Board of Trustees Meeting July 18, 2019 Legion Hall, 9:00 AM • Call to order: 9:15 am Attendance: Meg Lojek, Lola Elliot,Jacki Rubin,Amy Rush, Lynn Lewinski, Ed Hershberger,and Bob Giles. Amendments to Agenda: None Approval of Minutes: Jacki moved,with Ed 2"d to approve the minutes of 6-20-19 and 7-12-19.All aye. Director's Report: Warrant Registers:6-20-19, 7-5-19 motion to approve made by Lynn,with 2nd by Lola.All aye. Budget and Stats: LGIP Quarterly deposit$542.61; Monthly financials approved by Ed. FY20 budget and CIP plans are all going well. Staff: Katrina has left to go sail, leaving her position open.Jessica is doing well adjusting.The summer programs have 167 students enrolled!Virtual reality glasses and a drone were a super part of the teen program. Our teacher astronaut Barbara Morgan will come for the final program. The "Doing Democracy" program has won a State award!A workshop presentation will be given_ at the Idaho State conference by Meg and Casey in October. Old Business: Quarterly Report Library Expansion will be brought to the August meeting. Amy Rush gave an update about upcoming events,gatherings and fundraising parties. Deep discussions on naming rights for the library and overall donations will be continued. Meg and the Trustees agreed to AAi each do some personal research on naming rights anti what is reasonable and legal. ' , Discussion of specific work goals for Amy Rush—tabled until August. ICfL Trustees Training of Board Orientation—Lola led a discussion about how to best introduce and inform a new member to the responsibilities, laws and policies,thereby easing their role into participation. It is nice to know that we are a good example of many of the concepts presented. New Business: Nelle Tobias funds discussion of CD investment—tabled until August when Linda can bring us more information.The Board would like to see a current bank statement and the interest rates for a 1- year vs. 2-year investment. CD matures 10/1/19.Trustees will also discuss at a future meeting what will the specific expenditure be for these funds. 1iPage Page 49 of 268 Parks&Recreation Advisory Committee Minutes 6/18/19 6:00pm Legion Hall-McCall,Idaho Committee Members Present: Forrest Stanley, Cory Nelson, Larry Hauder, David Petty,Terry Edvalson, Dalton Crane and Donna Bush Staff Member Present: Kurt Wolf and Tara Woods Welcome- Meeting was called to order at 6:05 PM by Forrest Stanley. Public Comment- No public comment Agenda Review & Updates- Nothing was added to the agenda. Introduction of Guests: No Guests Review minutes from previous meeting: Minutes were reviewed, Larry Hauder motioned approval, Donna Bush seconded, and all were in favor Forrest Stanley applied signature. Business: 1. Parks and Recreation Site visit tour- PARC committee members gathered outside of City Hall and with use of the Community Center Bus driven by Tara Woods the committee visited local parks and city grounds. Discussing completed projects and improvements that will need done to current facilities. This site visit will help the committee members as we discuss future projects at parks and on City grounds. 2. Recreation District- Did not pass due to low votes. 3.Recreation Summer Programming- Tara informed the committee of current summer programs: baseball,softball, soccer, and soon to begin tennis,t-ball, wee soccer and Mt. biking. Most programs are on a waitlist and the department hopes to build more partnerships to offer additional programming. 4. Park Department Projects- a.Wooley Boardwalk-A community celebration and ribbon cutting for the boardwalk took place on June 15th. Several members of the City and community members attended.Select Health gave giveaways and sponsorship towards the event, VACASA served free drinks and Payette Liege Waffles served up e , complimentary "Waffles on Wooley". �1N f. Centennial Plaza- Eddie Heider is looking for guidance on replacements for the Granite Table Tops that ‘91 have broken at Centennial Plaza. Forrest Stanley would like Eddie Heider to present what the best l� options with feedback from Parks Crew since they maintain the park,committee will continue to discuss. 5. Next meeting date and agenda items: No meeting to be held in JulyV to scheduling. \'N` Meeting adjourned at 9:32 PM. Next meeting is scheduled for:Tuesday,August 20, at 6:00pm Location Legion Hall Sid: / ,0111, Attest: Committee—Chair City Staff Liaison • 1 of 1 Page 51 of 268 MCCALL AREA PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION Minutes July 9,2019—4:30 p.m. McCall City Hall—Lower Level 216 East Park Street, McCall, ID 83638 COMMISSION MEETING—Begins at 4:30 p.m. CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL Acting Chairman Tunnell called the meeting to order at 4:35pm. Commissioner Lyons, Commissioner Tunnell, Commissioner Clements and Commissioner Krohn were present. Commissioner Callan, Commissioner Fereday and Commissioner Thompson were absent. City Planner Morgan Bessaw and Permit Technician Rachel Santiago-Gooier were also present. 1. REVIEW&APPROVAL OF MINUTES • June 4,2019 Commissioner Lyons made a motion to approve the June minutes. Commissioner Clements seconded the motion.All Commissioners voted aye and the motion carried. 2. PRELIMINARY DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW MEETINGS 3. CONSENT AGENDA All matters which are listed within the consent section of the agenda have been distributed to each member of the McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission for reading and study. Items listed are considered routine by the Commission and will be enacted with one motion unless a Commissioner specifically requests it to be removed from the Consent Agenda to be considered separately.Staff recommends approval of the following ACTION ITEMS: ROS-19-02 502&506 Timm St(ACTION ITEM) Joel Droulard for Johanna Gullick and Monica Ramos and Samuel& Lindsey Thomson:A Record of Survey application for a lot line adjustment.The property is zoned R4- Low Density Residential and is more particularly described as: Lots 97,99 and 101 of Evergreen Terrace 2 situate in the NW 1/4 of the SE 1/4 of Section 16,T18N, R3E, B.M., City of McCall,Valley County, Idaho. ROS-19-03 1076& 1080 Cee Way Loop(ACTION ITEM) Amy Pemberton forJerry& Betty Vevig and Seven& Linda Cuddy: A Record of Survey application for a lot line adjustment. The property is zoned R4—Low Density Residential and is more particularly described as: Lot 26,27, and 28 of Cee Way Subdivision situate in the NW'A of the SE 1/4 of Section 3,T18N, R3E, B.M., City of McCall,Valley County, Idaho. McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission Page 1 of 4 July 9,2019 Minutes Page 53 of 268 SR-19-08 1009 Kaitlyn Loop(ACTION ITEM) North Star Homes LLC for Manny Louie:A Scenic Route Review application to construct a 1843 square foot home adjacent to Lick Creek Road,a designated scenic route. The property is zoned R4 —Low Density Residential and is more particularly described as: Lot 27 of Block 2 of Lick Creek Meadows Subdivision Phase 1 situate in the SW 1/4 of the SE of Section 3,T18N, R3E, B.M.,City of McCall,Valley County, Idaho. SR-19-09 1025 Kaitlyn Loop(ACTION ITEM) Dave Callister:A Scenic Route Review application to construct a 2,713 square foot home adjacent to • Lick Creek Road,a designated scenic route. The property is zoned R4—Low Density Residential and is more particularly described as: Lot 33 of Block 2 of Lick Creek Meadows Subdivision Phase 1 situate in the SW 1/4 of the SE 1/4 of Section 3,T18N, R3E, B.M., City of McCall,Valley County, Idaho. Commissioner Clements made a motion to approve the Consent Agenda. Commissioner Lyons seconded the motion. All Commissioners voted aye and the motion carried. 4. OLD BUSINESS 5. NEW BUSINESS PUD-19-03,SUB-19-05, DR-19-27,SR-19-10, and Development Agreement Broken Ridge Commons (ACTION ITEM) Gregory Ugrin for Resolute Land Holdings LLC: Planned Unit Development General Plan,Subdivision Preliminary Plat, Scenic Route and Design Review applications and associated Development Agreement for Broken Ridge Commons,a mixed-use development to include four(4) live work townhomes,twelve(12) micro townhomes,a movie theatre, coffee shop, cross-fit yoga studio, and storage facility.The property is zoned CC—Community Commercial and is more particularly described as: Lots 2,3 and 4, Block 1 of Broken Ridge Commons situate in the Ne%of the NE %of Section 18, T18N, R3E, B.M., City of McCall,Valley County, Idaho. PUBLIC HEARING Michael Jobes of 707 Wooley Ave,Synergy Development and 2 North Roads presented the application is for a 10.8 acre development.The townhomes are currently being constructed and sold. The remaining parcels are zoned Community Commercial. There will be 12 micro townhomes, a cross-fit gym,a coffee shop, a small theatre/restaurant, 4 live/work studios and a storage lot.They will break up parking areas with landscaping.They have a large swale area that will exceed the recommended snow storage requirements.The parks requirement is satisfied with pathways, patios and park benches as well as 2 common areas that can handle additional benches and barbeques. The project will exceed recommended parking sports.The live/work spaces are designed with a minimalistic, Scandinavian aesthetic. McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission Page 2 of 4 July 9,2019 Minutes Page 54 of 268 McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-191 Meeting Date September 12, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Originator Department Approvals Initials or Supporter Request to Approve Treasure.Valley Transit(TV7) Mayor/Council FY20 Annual Agreement Request City Manager Clerk 4 Originator Treasurer Community Development Police Department Public Works Golf Course COST IMPACT: $75,000 Parks and Recreation FUNDING FY20 City Council Budget Airport SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: Effective October 1,2019 Information Systems Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT: This is the annual contract for services with Treasure Valley Transit(TVT) for fiscal year 2020. TVT will provide to the City the following: a. Free public transportation to the general public within the City seven (7) days per week from 7 AM until 7 PM Mountain Standard Time on the route established within Appendix 1 to this agreement. TVT is not required to provide transportation services on Thanksgiving Day or Christmas Day. b. Free transportation to the general public who request a pickup or drop-off withi 3/4 f a mile from the route established at Appendix 1. c. Free transportation to anybody along the designated route who flags the bus for pickup in a location where it is safe to stop and accommodate the passenger pickup. d. A commuter Express Route connecting McCall to Lake Fork, Donnelly,and Cascade. e. An online website with access to route maps outlining transportation services provided by TVT within McCall. f. Not later than June 1, 2020, an annual report outlining the number of riders/passengers who utilized TVT transportation within the previous year from May 31,2018 through May 31,2019, together with financial statements for TVT consisting at a minimum of the prior year end annual Balance Sheet and Profit and Loss statements as well as the current year to date Balance Sheet and Profit and Loss statements. Attached is the McCall TVT Contract that has been reviewed by both the City Attorney and TVT. RECOMMENDED ACTION: Approve the request of the Treasure Valley Transit(TVT)Annual Agreement for FY20 and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION Page 63 of 268 McCall AREA CHAMBER of COMMERCE . 1741-1. &VISITORS BUREAU VOAYt& (ti :1: McCALL McCall Area Chamber and Visitors Bureau August 8, 2019 Notes Board Meetings Occur the 2nd Thursday of every month at Shore Lodge Corporate Offices at 8 am Board Members Present:Vonna Torrey,April Whitney,Annette Spickard,Tammy McCloud,Mindy Miller,Lisa Johnson,Melanie Homes,Scotty Davenport,Shane Hinson Board Members Present by Call-In:Sandy Schiffman,Jenny Ruemmele Board Members Absent:Jill Morris-Chapman,Mike Vineyard,Tricia Jackson,Shannon Berry,Belinda Provancher Office Staff:Rachel Aaronson Guest:McKenzie Kraemer 8:08 AM Call to Order by President,Tammy McCloud Introductions:Board members were asked to state their names.Melanie motioned and April 2nd to pass July's minutes,motion passed. Leadership Academy:Reported they are on schedule.They are looking to have the leadership retreat in October,but they do not currently have any confirmed plans on dates.Leadership will still be meeting but did not have a set meeting date for the next month.TBD. WCMEDC: Building a scenic byway website for WCMEDC Governance:1.Ponderosa Center:Question was asked if we are still interested in being involved with the Ponderosa center as potential office space down the road.No decisions were made but agreed that Nicole would be speaking about the Ponderosa Center in October's Board Meeting and all topics could be further discussed after that point. 2.Non-Profit Tiering:Board discussed the need to classify new tiering for non-profit memberships and how to successfully come up with criteria that is fair,how to balance large non-profit companies in the same payment category with small business non-profit companies.Membership Services team to take this on and draft proposed solution. 3.Social Events:Board decided on September 3rd at the Bistro from 5:30PM-7PM 4.New Events Chair(Lisa):Lisa announced she would be holding an event's meeting with Lindsey,McKenzie,and Rachel at the Chamber office on August 9th at LOAM. 5.2019-2020 Budget:Board discussed the proposed 2019-2020 budget and agreed to no vote would be made on budgets until September.All board members were asked to thoroughly look through the budget and look for any comments,questions or concerns that may have. Treasurer's Report:Melanie motions to approve July's financials and Vonna 2nd,motion approved. Office Report(Rachel):Vonna asked if the office could have a monthly report on new and canceled memberships.Agreed to include the report at the monthly board meetings. Team Reports:a.Membership Services:Women Ignite agreed they would have a time management meeting;meeting time will be planned when Jill is back in town.W.I reported they currently only have 25 tickets left for the boat cruise event. b.Marketing/Communication/Website:Reported that Visit McCall Winter magazine was mapped out and budget was planned.McKenzie reports on magazine topics;"SPA"—Why taking time for yourself is important,Renee will speak about the topic."Three Trail Feature"."Slice of life"— Article about snow removal."Five Questions"—About ski patrol dogs."Artist"—McCall Craft Works and discussion about McCall interactive art seen."New Business Round Up,""Snapshot"—Grant Gunderson photo from summer mountain biking.McKenzie started a blog post about"A Kindness campaign"to speak about and to remind people why they come to McCall and to be kind and patient.The blog topic was discussed about maybe being turned in to a platform for other businesses to post and/or share success stories or to reach out for help changing negatives into positives(Lisa said she would send her information from Positive Research). It was also reported to the board that new members can now sign-up and pay online!Lastly,reported that we were about to roll-out the new web ads. c.Strategic initiatives:spoke briefly about their main topic still being recycling.They currently do not have any set meeting but said they would report back when they do. d.Events:Lisa was introduced as new chair.Upcoming meeting:LOAM Friday August 9th—topics will include;Festival of Trees,Winter Carnival contractor. e.Grant:LOT applications granted.ITC Grant partially funded. Community Reports:a.McCall:Anette spoke about the sidewalk meeting,topics discussed there were;challenges and strengths by all,city spoke about the possibility of the Parks Department taking over the responsibility of snow removal or having it be the local businesses responsibility.The City will have a proposal for a plan and city code enforcements on August 23`d. Announced that ITC will be in McCall on September 11th/12th to discuss our challenges(Anette said she would email out more information about this meeting). b.New Meadows:Sandy reported that the Community Foundation and City Council meetings are going very well.There road construction is scheduled to be complete by Labor Day. c.Donnelly:McKenzie spoke about the upcoming Huckleberry Festival d.Cascade:Scotty reported the upcoming Valley County fair and Chalk on the Walk(10th year). Additional Topics:City Council Community Reporting,April will attend September and Vonna will attend October.September board meeting has been set for September 12th Meeting adjourned at 9:18 AM Page 67 of 268 AIJEW war City of McCall em O CITY MANAGER To: City Council From: Anette Spickard,City Manager Date: September 5,2019 Re: Monthly Department Report—August 2019 1. City Attorney Selection Process: I provided staff support for the Council's selection process for the new City Attorney contract which included the interview and reference check process. Council selected White Peterson and I am now in the process of negotiating a new contract with White Peterson to present to Council at the September 26 regular meeting. 2. Downtown Sidewalk Maintenance Program Development: I worked with Parks, Golf, Public Works, Finance, Community Development and our Communications Manager to further refine a proposal for the City to provide sidewalk maintenance service to the downtown area.This included gathering feedback from a public workshop held on August 7th at the Golf Course that was well attended. Since that workshop,staff has continued to receive public input on a potential program, and we have worked to refine the program and the funding options for Council's consideration at the 6epirting. 3. Library Expansion: I attended two work sessions sponsored by the Library Board.The first was a joint meeting of the Library Board, the Construction Manager/General Contractor team, and the building expansion committee to review initial concepts for the design of the Library. The second was a joint meeting of all the volunteer groups that are working on the Library expansion to ensure good communication and understanding of the project as it progresses toward a City Council discussion this Winter. 4. Post Annexation Joint Wastewater Advisory Group(JWAG)Meeting: At the time of writing this memo,the JWAG meeting has been scheduled for September 10,2019. I look forward to reporting back to Council on the results of this meeting. 5. Idaho Transportation Department(ITD)Board Tour of McCall: At the time of writing this memo,the tour for the state board of ITD has been scheduled for September 11, 2019.+The tour will include several stops to highlight the community's interest in State investment in State Monthly Department Report—City Manager Page 69 of 268 1 of 46 Highway 55 through McCall (3'd Street and West Lake Street) td.address safety and traffic concerns throw a coordinated planning effort. 6. McCall Community Center: In follow up to the August 22nd Council meeting, I am scheduled to meet the new Director and tour the ?la)," facility on September 9.I will also begin attending the Center's Board meetings to reestablish a relationship anUommunication channel. 7. Communications Program Update: Communications has been working with The Valley County Census Team.A comprehensive marketing plan has been developed to encourage participation in McCall with a focus in September on our second homeowners who can choose McCall if they live here at least 50%of their year. City of McCall launched the first phase of the City Process Evaluation (CPB). The goal of CPE stated simply, is to evaluate current processes and recognize within them, those that can be streamlined for efficiency, consistency, and better use of already existing technology. A team made up of active workforce from various departments,levels,and varying specialties was formed at the request of the City Manager to guide the program and see it through to some identifiable outcomes. As a member of the CPE team,we have seen great success in our first pass in process evaluations in all departments.After rating,ranking and recognizing attainable changes,the team will now create individual charters for each process identifying milestones along the way. The CPE team consists of Erin Greaves - Communications Manager, Chris Curtin— Information Systems Manager, Garrett Mapp — GIS Analyst, Jodi Weaver- Receptionist, and Kathy Ikier—Deputy City Treasurer. The initiative to have McCall recognized as a Bike Friendly Community by Bike Friendly America started out of Community&Economic Development and is now on the Communications desk for the community engagement portion of the process. •0 In August, we started a social media staff introduction program where we feature an employee and how they help the public.The goal is to give the public tools to know who to talk to get help at City Hall. Lastly, an attachment regarding feedback about the 2019 Lakeside Liberty Fest is included for your review. Monthly Department Report—City Manager Page 70of268 2of46 Cityof ' McCall IDAHO MEMORANDUM TO: City Council FROM: Erin Greaves, Communications Manager DATE: September 2019 RE: Lakeside Liberty Fest 2019/2020 LAKESIDE LIBERTY FEST 2019 The 2019 Lakeside Liberty Fest was organized and promoted by staff members El¶L ui'es and Stefanie Bork. The Festival had mode vendors than ever bef . More than 25 bees and non-�rrofits took part in the three-day events. Staff welcomed many returning participants such as Julie Whitescarver of Shanti,a fan favorite, hosting free family yoga on the sundial and KDZY and STARR from Inspirational Radio streaming live from Legacy Park. Some newcomers had a wonderful time raising money for their groups such as Roots Preschool that hosted the bounce house and the Little League Program who claimed they did great in their fundraising efforts. Everyone was there representing our theme"Idaho's Outdoor Plavaonnd"our recent trademarked slogan. We were pleased to welcome such variety this year from massages by Tom's Mobile Massage and product samples by Apothespa to free Zimms Hot Spring t-shirt giveaways by the Nez Perz Tribe. We had boats and cars displayed, and even SUP rentals right by the beach presented by Mountain Sports Exchange. Our food representation was also excellent this year offering kettle corn, donuts, chorizo dogs, waffles, burritos and more. We continue to strive to complement the area restaurant businesses by providing crowd support and not competition. Our special events such as the Volleyball Tournament and the Movie Under the Stars went off without a hitch offered another layer of fun and activity surrounding the holiday weekend. • Volleyball,organized by Tara Woods hosted a six team tournament of four to six players and saw a large crowd of spectators while the movie night had more than 200 viewers of all ages attend. McCall Chamber of Commerce hosted a tent giving out their ever-popular event guides that highlighted 10 days of fun surrounding Independence Day. Were so grateful for it additions in helping promote the best in McCall and hosting our amazing awing fireworks show. Page 71 of 268 3 of 46 The City of McCall Welcome Tent was hosted by members of staff and City Council and it was met by hundreds through the day as we have away flags,tattoos, sunglasses and popcorn balls all donated by CheThrills! Cheap Thrills giveaways are 4 years running and the donation ads such a great level of joy and interaction beveen us and 4°'of July event Guests. 2019 WRITTEN VENDOR COMMENTS Our experience at the 2019 event was wonderful, from the excellent communication from Stephanie to the fun-loving crowds,we really enjoyed being a part of this event. It is a great fit •q for our menu, especially the Hot Dogs,Fruit Smoothies,Espresso Bar and Basque Chorizos! We live in McCall and appreciate this opportunity to be a part of next year's even BIGGER event! -Txo-Txo "We wanted to take a moment to thank all of our fireworks sponsors that made our signature show possible. Our staff was down at the City of McCall's Lakeside Liberty Fest. There we met people from all over the country and world who came to our beautiful corner of Idaho to celebrate the holiday. We loved the event and thank the City for all your great efforts to make it a success! They worked somraTd. Thanks to all who helped contribute to the fun and to our professional and emergency services who kept us safe (McCall Parks& Rec, McCall PD, McCall Fire, and mgre!)." -McCall Chamber of Commerce Thank you so much for inviting us to this event this year. It was such a beautiful day! I wanted to take some time to give some feedback as a vendor at it. I think the City would be best served by having nadaLbooths scattered all around town.Down by the lake is pretty but there 4t % are many businesses on our end of town too that could benefit from the city spreading out these ' t69 types of events. It would bring awareng 10 new businesses in town,take the focus ff of the curve area and allow us business owners to share in the wealth of Business the tourists,,bring/o town. e would participate again if the city came up with a plan gist spread out the celebration throughout town. The same is true for winter carnival. I'm not even sure this is possible but without driving traffic to our actual store,this event isn't a financial success for us. We sure wished it would have been! Our building has 3 brand new businesses in it and not one customer came to any of them this past weekend because everything was so focused down on the other end of town. It sure would be awesome to be able to celebrate these types of events throughout the city. I hope you take this as constructive and not negative because I want all business owners here in town to succeed and if we change things up,and recognize as a city there is opportunity on both ends of this strip,we could make some really cool things happen for the city and for the tourists! -Apothespa Page 72 of 268 4o146 M e in o City of McCall To: City Council From: Richard M. Stein,Airport Manager CC: Anette Spickard,City Manager Date: 09/05/19 Re: Monthly Department Report—August 2019 if1. Airport Development: \T? Deinhard Development — An approximately 20,000 square foot area has been surveyed for 2[ commercial aviation business lease. The property will be offered to businesses in the order approved by City Council.Leasing the property will have a positive impact ofi6,0001ppually to the Airport's Ente_ rise Fund. Triangle Develcment—The Federal Aviation Administration (F ATs no.igibleajoi2 to a limited sccTe of leasing four(4)properties to tenants seeking to build aircraft hangar facilities.The leases will 11-1 be offered to the aircraft operators in the order they appear on the hangar waiting list. Leasing the f� property will have a positive impact of approximately $8,600 annually to the Airport's Enterprise Reit,. Future Development—An approximately 9,800 square foot area on Deinhard across from the Fire 7? Station, and a 2.76-acre area west of the airport and south of Deinhard, are currently in concept as / possible future lease areas for commercial aviation businesses. Airport Master Plan—Discussions with T-O engineering have been held to provide staff input into items to be considered in the Master Plan. The project is expected to commence June 2020 and be completed on October 2021. 2. Infrastructure Improvements: Taxiway Relocation—Environmental work, and pre-design concepting, is currently ongoing for the project.Per the FAA,bids must be in hand on April 22—a deadline the City is currently on track to meet. The project is expected to start construction in June of 2020 and will be broken into 2 phases. The expected completion time is in August 2021. Airport Improvement Program Closeouts—AIP projects for the northeast ramp reconstruction and land acquisition have been completed and grant monies paid to the City. The City has received the amounts of$155,249 and$1,751,410 from the FAA. Monthly Department Report—Airport Page 74 of 268 6 of 46 Ar.,4‘ Memo City of McCall To: City Council From: BessieJo Wagner,City Clerk CC: Anette Spickard,City Manager Date: 9/4/19 Re: Monthly Department Report—August 2019 1. Lodging(Tourism)LOT: Six Local Option Tax(LOT)projects were funded in the month of August. Please see the attached LOT Disbursement report. There are two regular LOT projects and three contingent LOT projects left for the 2019 Funding. Incoming funds for August and September have yet to come in. The Tourism and Streets LOT revenue projections are attached. 2. City Process Evaluation(CPE)/Staff Focus: Jodi Weaver, Receptionist is a member of the CPE steering committee assisting with evaluating work processes across the City departments for the upcoming digital streamlining project. This portion of the process is the final stage for this first round. 3. City Hall Office Moves Clerk staff and the Permit Technician are adjusting to their new office space.Staff are in the design process of creating a welcoming lobby with pictures,information document center,and seating. 4. Licenses and Permits: Licenses: Business — 9 new applications 1166.14 / 86 in the current calendar year. Education and enforcement are a continuous on-going process. Alcohol — No new licenses were issued. 40 renewed licenses have been issued. Permits Processed to Date: Vendor permits (43); Catering permits (24); Farmers Market permit (1); Fireworks Display (3) Fireworks Stands (5); Animal Drawn Vehicle Permits (2); Public Events (4); Peddlers permits(1) 5. Council Elections: Staff prepared for the upcoming Council election for two 4-year terms. Declarations of Candidacy filings were accepted by the Clerk department from August 26-September 6. The running candidates will be available on next month's report. Monthly Department Report—Clerk Page 76 of 268 Sof 46 _ . e 1110 City of McCall To: City Council From: Michelle Groenevelt,Community&Economic Development Director,AICP CC: Anette Spickard,City Manager Date: 9/12/19 Re: Monthly Department Report—August 2019 1. Housing: McCall Redevelopment Agency (MRA) is advertising a Request For Proposal (RFP) for a Local Housing development for the parcel they own onvis Ave https://www.mccall.id.us/redevelopment. Consultant and staff are working on code changes on code updates for local housing which will go to McCall Area Planning&Zoning on October 1.The CED Director has been asked to be on a aimvtg panel at the Idaho American Planning Association conference in October in Twinlalls. Std ^/t'' developed a web page for local housing. ) tir ` r►-� 2. Code Update: Diane Kushlan,a planning consultant,is leading the Code Update process in 2019.The Airport Code Update was moved to October to allow the new Airport Manager to be involved.The consultant and staff are working on code changes on code updates for local housing which will also be on the October 1 meeting. 3. Urban Renewal: A special meeting for a site visit to look at potential projects and visit the Pine Street parcel was held on Tuesday,August 13.The regular meeting on August 19 included the approval of the FY20 Budget and the New District Plan. GI'� 4. S: Staff began next phase in the City Process Evaluation (CPE) committee process, working with department heads to define projects that were reviewed by the committee. The Wye watch, application for public information about wildfires in our area has been updhted. Staff is working with Parks staff on noxious weeds public engagementrapp and data entry as well as helping with Parks irrigation mapping. Staff is working with the IT department field mapping the new fiber conduit currently being installed around towri, and helped Idaho Fish & Game identify areas with bear problems and reach out to homeowners in those areas.Work was done in field mapping the installation Monthly Department Report—Community&Economic Development Page 86 of 268 18 of 46 of water lines in the Jasper subdivision and downtown core.Staff is close to completing the Apple app for the Historic preservation committee. 5. Building: See Building Permit Report for more information on permit activity and revenues. Budget revenues have been met with 3 months to go. 6. Outreach: The CF , 'rgctor was wa%uktilja.the Urban Land Institute ve with aglow of other professiewls onho stron g a.,g,.�*.,."—'in Post Falls,Idaho.The workshop was for the Planning&Zoning Commission, City Council, and Urban Renewal Agency and general public. 50 people attended the workshop. 7. Planning: Applications are still coming in strong for summer with 11 applications on the October agenda, including two code update applications. Planning fee revenue has already exceeded the projected FY19 budget.There will be a thank you event for Planning&Zoning Commissioners on Wednesday, October 9. 8. Economic Development: Business Outreach: Web page for economic development and business resources has been created. Al+ n Grants: New grant awards include $150,000 from-the- ura Moore Cunningham Foun2l ton and 50 000 om the Idaho S I'EMA.ction Center for thailikary Empansionasoject. Public Art: The artwork on Lardo Bridge is scheduled for installation September 10, 2019.A brief artwork dedication ceremony will be held September 11 at 3:00 pm with the Idaho Transportation Department(I'm)board. The Public Art Advisory Committee will meet next September 25 at 5:00 p.m.in Legion Hall. 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Restaurant: The restaurant has been busy and suffered some turnover. They have gone to a limited menu to compensate. Banyans has had several events in the tent area with a few yet to go. They plan on scheduling more next year. 8. Revenue: Year to date,the revenue is running behind because of a cool October last fall and a late May opening but by the end of August,the numbers were able to recover quite a bit.still running about$6,000 behind last year but ahead of the 5-year average andhuc 9. Irrigation: Irrigation has been running well with minimal problems or leaks. With everything grown back in, staff has been able to go to an alternate day irrigation schedule which helps keep the course dryer. • Monthly Department Report—Golf Course Page 91 of 268 23 of 46 Memo l To: City Council City,o f MM c C a l l ON SYSTEMS From: Chris Curtin,Information Systems Manager CC: Anette Spickard,City Manager Date: 9/4/19 Re: Monthly Department Report—August 2019 1. Network Infrastructure, Projects and Ser ices: Fiber installation from City Hall to Sansom Tr >> k rn lete.It is anticipated to be finish thP install to the Water Treatment Plant in the next 2 weeks.Next step is to pull fiber in the conduit and terminate. Staff are looking at ways to improve the delivery of audio and video in Legion Hall to make it easier to present for both Council and Citizenry to hear what is going on during proceedings. Rollout of the Docusign secure electronic signature application will happen in September. 2. Broadband Task Force: - tate o a.. o O. ••..-s . : •.... .. •. - . . . •.- • -..- •..- ' '. • N•. statewide. They are considering proposals for both rural as well as metropolitan areas. Thr T ,s • .,.r•er . . . . -• . . - -• . . • . • • .••'- ..• ' .. -1.- . .- . is"- •4 ',. Additionally, the Task Force i . ,•.• • 1- '+ • u . • a - • a• a •.e of the •- ..'r positions of the Rural branch nf_tli Tack Fgjrce.They will meet an additional 2-3 times before making • recommendations. 3. Software Applications and Services: The City has been upgraded to the new Microsoft Teams phone platform. This links together Office 365 with the phone application. The City Process Evaluation(CPE)has completed the first round of interviews with all the Departments. The findings have been presented to the City Manager and anticipate moving forward with some of the forms and process automation as we head into Fall. Monthly Department Report—Information Systems Page 92 of 268 24 of 46 Alew Memo City of McCall To: City Council From: Meg Lojek,Library Director CC: Anette Spickard,City Manager Date: 9/3/2019 Re: Monthly Department Report—August 2019 1. Staff: Part time front desk position is still open. 2. Programs: Star Lab from the College of Western Idaho(asperarrptanetztrirre0 was presented on the floor of the Parks shop.Thank you to Friends of the Library for sponsorship,and Parks Department for the use of their large space. is the Library Card Sign-Up month. McCall Quick Lube, Chelsea's Skincare, Aspen 0 Timeshare,and Friends of the Library have teamed up to offer some incentivizing prizes for anyone signing up for a new library card during the month of September. After school programs have started again. Tuesdays and Fridays rotate between Legos, Makerspace and STEM activities.Free,but space is limited. Doing Democracy community conversations start again on September 24 wition t ;screen time"and its_place in local family's lives Preschool garden harvest time: kidsPhawialanted; voilionreirand now are eating carrots.ii'ale. and zu i.fron our garien. This compliments our canniirkit checkot4 Master Gardener Programs. Olibibrary and more community-based food pry Please see attached for other adult programs in September. 3. The Next Chapter Campaign: The August 28 meeting at Golf Course Pavilion was a successful gathering of City Staff,Library staff, Library Ambassadors, fundraising consultants, Library Board of Trustees, Library Foundation, Friends of the Library, and the Building Expansion Committee. It was a positive chance to share Monthly Department Report—Library Page 93 of 268 25 of 46 timelines and future events, including what each group will be working on as we move forward with this project. World Café L eslgil! nt: Se blic is invited to come explore, envision, recreate their public library in an interactive, casual environment. There will be a "second chance"(details to be announced) if you are unable to attend this event. 4"1,,.`� C Library earned 2 more grants for the campaign: $ am -� Found ter. 4. Library Stats: July and August are included with this report. 5. Monthly Program Calendar: Please see attached for September calendar. McCall Public Library September Programs Know the 10 Signs of Early Detection An Educational Workshop about Alzheimer's Disease Wednesday,September 4th 6:30-8:00pm If you or someone you know is experiencing memory loss or behavioral changes,its time to learn the facts. Early detection of Alzheimer's disease gives you a chance to begin drug therapy, enroll in clinical studies and plan for the future. Work Force Development Friday,September 13th 10:30-12:00 Labor problems?The Idaho Workforce Development Council will be here to the McCall community puzzle this ongoing problem out. Rightfully Hers-The Fight for Women's Suffrage Presented by Amy Canfield The McCall Public Library was awarded a Women's Suffrage pop-up exhibit from the National Archives,and will be on display for the whole month of September. In addition to this display we will have Amy Canfield (Professor of history at Lewis-Clark State College) host a lecture on the topic: "There is nothing complicated about ordinary equality:The Fight for Women's Suffrage".The fight for women to achieve voting rights is a long history with various setbacks and achievements. From women's roles in the Revolutionary War to suffragists getting arrested while protesting outside of the White House, the story of women's suffrage reflects changing ideas of natural rights and citizenship. Monthly Department Report—Library Page 94 of 268 26 of 46 Ant. eriio Cit . „ — • To: City Council I10C-A-ik iig 4- , Q From: Kurt Wolf,Parks and Recreation DirectorCC: Anette Spickard,City Manager (✓V Date: 8/31/2019 Re: Monthly Department Report—Au_ 2019 r'icc J 5 1. Fall&Winter Rec Programs&Regis . •1 s: e11 (t ( Fall Programs include: • Fall Soccer(September 10-26)Gold Glove Park • No School Fun Days o October 4-Mountain Roots Orchard&Zim's Hot Springs o November 8,December 30 and Jan . . - ..- ' - -- - ... : _ ' • Tots and Tykes-2 sessions(Jan . - . d March) • Youth Basketball(November 4-December 14) 1 Co , • Adult Pickleball(TBD) c.,1-( V\��( 'r c- Ga LL • Adult Indoor Soccer(TBD) • Youth Volleyball(March 31-A. 23) 2. Summer Rec Programs Wrap Up: Summer has been nothing but go-go-go and we are happy to offer such fun programs for the kids.Below is a brief update on all our programs and numbers: Tennis: Session 2 and 3,with a new instructor from Nampa,went great. Staff collected feedback from parents about their child's experience; most would have liked more racket time and less coaching from the instructor.The Department was very pleased with Coach Lee's performance and will gladly host him again next summer. , We Soccer: Wow what a season! Our best yet, with over 100 kids_narticinatin . Pizza, fruit and We etables were served to players,coaches and families after the final game.Always a fun time. T-ball: Better season than last year, with 38 kids registered. Pizza, fruit and vegetables were served to players,coaches and families after the final game.Always a fun time. Youth Athletic Training:This was a successful program,pulling in an average of 8 youth each session. The department partnered with lisprelette Pariertimirrrerertgriref Hls on dic grass ana oeacn aft'he VieitowCfter. Monthly Department Report—Parks&Recreation Page 99 of 268 31 of 46 Traveling Playground: The public loved seeing the s) -n-slide.set up at Art Roberts throughoUrthe slow. Local families and out-of-town visitors alike played for hours. Staff is needed to monitor line and safety. Mountain Bike Camp: Staff wrapped up the final week of Mountain Bike Camp with participants at Jug Mountain Ranch.Sessions are always popular and the first to fill up. Adult Co-Ed Softball League:The Adult League Tournament week was August 12-14;with all 6 teams playing double headers, eating hotdogs, chips and fruit(provided and prepared by department staff for free). USA Idaho Softball certified umpires were present for all games. The winning team, Team 6 (sponsored by McCall Dirt Works) took away the trophy. The City Community & Economic Development team came in second place with the team Brown's Mountain Market taking third. 3. Special Events: Movie by the Lake Aug' "land August.rd community members enjoyed the film"Dennis the Menace"with an attendance of tOIL 1 O people at Legacy Park including Recreation staff Tara Woods and Stefanie Bork. Al 1st"liiiikujji:Welcome to the Jungle"was shown by popular vote of 64%vs.Avengers Endgame at 36%on social media.2Q,Q-2_neople attended at Legacyl3ark and wrapped up our series of Movies by the Lake for Summer 2019. McCall Ball 11 teams signed up to play in this year's annual Rotary Club fund raiser. Club president and event organizer Craig Vroom is not sure the event will continue in the future but was happy with the turnout. ReMax 1 won first place,second place went to Chuckleberries, and third place went to the AWeSOMe Sliders. 4. Parks Overview and Staffing: Recreation Supervisor Tara Woods relied heavily on help from department staff during the first few weeks of August, as the recreation aide returned to school.Following a crazy summer,Tara will be out the last week of August enjoying a well-earned vacation with family. Tyler Padgett, the department's latest full-time employee, will be helping maintain Gold Glove fields throughout the ball season and assisting with facility reservations and collaborating parks maintenance to coincide with reservations.Ms. Wood is securing program instructors for tennis and soccer camps; and will be relying on volunteers for wee soccer and t-ball. Umpires will be hired for youth, adult and �<(� tournament softball programs. C • • 9 Seasonal staffing for Parks is better than it has been in three yrs. Seasonal staff have hit the ground � J) running and have been a huge help with general maintenance,the unexpected,and project completions. New implements purchased through the Capital Improvement Program(CIP)process have significantly reduced the amount of man hours associated with various maintenance tasks and day to day summer operations. Parks staff assisted in the Up r age t Com.. Argo tazmd 4auages^ent (UPCWMA) P•agram again this year. The first co-op work day was in Lowing's"followed by a day at Sags lien out of Smiths-Ferry, and (,ode in early July and two days in IVisC,all fn mid-July. The July UPCWMA spray days went great.There was an amazing turnout at the McCall spray day and treated over 18 acres of noxious weeds Monthly Department Report—Parks&Recreation Page 100 of 268 32 of 46 within city limits.Focus areas treated included; water treatment plant, Payette Lakes District Sewer Lagoons,airport and airport approaches,Cemetery,Frisbee Golf Course,Industrial Loop area,Fox Ridge right of ways,and others. 5. Waterways Committee—Valley County Waterways Ordinance Update: County waterways committee motioned to send their revised work on the waterway's ordinance to the County Commissioners during the September 03 Waterways meeting. They did not take public comment during this meeting. 6. Capital Projects&Maintenance: Riverfront Park—DEQ 319 Work:Work along the river bank was reviewed by Valley Soil and Water's contract engineer and his comments where all positive and the project is proving to be successful. Staff will have timed freed up in August-September to continue revegetation work along the bank and to cleanup all lose ends. Revegetation Project at Riverfront Park:Parks staff have been working to establish native grasses and the trees planted during the fall and spring. The cool first half of summer helped these efforts and with supplemental irrigation things are starting to look good.Continued work throughout the fall will further these efforts. Gold Glove Park Improvements: Contractor completed the ADA improvements around the restroom in early May. Boulder Creek Landscape has installed the irrigation system and rock boarders, and staff finished up with planting materials. Wooley Boardwalk Wetland Mitigation Work: Staff was able to get into the wetland and cultivttte areas to plant pollinator species this fall. We are working on a grant opportunity to assist with interpretive panels and will follow up with the Army Corps of rs to e sure our obli`ag�tre met• =_ tlge dose of the calendar year. 7 P60-v ,j "Depf e . Waterfront Improvements: The area north of Mile High MariiT tununues to mov-. • 2 is committed to wrapping up the efforts with Idaho Department o .. Ids to .. .•A . •• • ••-• • •• i . ; thjelagre% -P`` `J r �� 7. Miscellaneous: ,t A Parks staff have conducted two"Pill Tngether Fridays".The program has been a great success so far and • Cr +\ we expect more great turnouts. So far there has been 250+ gallons distributed and ai 50 `J pa ants that have worked with County ander staff to treat numerous private prOpeffies. Staff has been extremely busy with regular maintenance as town has had increased use throughout the summer. As things calm down with the start of school, staff will transition into capital projects and deferred punch list maintenance items. At this time, staff will move to tackle and close out punch lists associated with ongoing projects such as Riverfront Park, Rotary Park (East End) Wooley Boardwalk (Interpretive),Gold Glove Park,Brown Park entrance and stair repairs. Coordinated projects with Idaho Fish & Game: Staff will meet with Idaho F ish and Game in early,* discuss,pnetipa and project opportunities on the lake and the North Fork of the Pttke. Our primary area of focus will he river access opportunities on the North Fork of the Payette—including River Front Park. Monthly Department Report—Parks&Recreation Page 101 of 268 33 of 46 l r 7 VAL,ti ,. ',Ai?Y ,., •...f .. iii 8 s r • .' -' e- pccALL BALL -"'x'76' ' , • �. `( � 41 } v • . . i 4 ,.• t4 _ II j f , Y It F w fi"4 ±ler „1T , 1` ! !' . ��-• , RAFTING JO . r Monthly Department Report—Parks&Recreation Page 102 of 268 34 of 46 ..,... ., .n. - imply • ` . .. 1110 ,. . �. —. +` r}- h jy r ► it 0 \ Irpiipp. ........---.7 ... '.may-• _ iiiir �• w / �� [(J�I �f , J '— ... zo...,,,az ,, ., ,.. . . i.,,,p- „?....,i, .. 1. ‘---_- *. ._ ......_ .,t,.. ._ _... „... ....__\ . ,.- t -pari yr ` - + 1 ' , , I i _.. r- V:, i 4 _-� 1 . ...._, 4, ,...,:i4......, • o I7 i f % f 4 • 409. I ' , Monthly Department Report—Parks&Recreation Page 103 of 268 35 of 46 Memo City of McCall To: City Council S From: Justin Williams,Police Chiefjlje. CC: Anette Spickard,City Manager '1471 Date: 9/6/2019 Re: Monthly Department Report—August 2019 1. Personnel Changes: Officer Mary Ruskovich haS successfully completed the McC •FTO Program and is working a C. ) real.x patrol schedule. �.J On August 26, 2019, Zackery "Zack" Redmon resigned his position with the McCall Police Department to concentrate on his family's business. The McCall Police Department continues to accept applications for the position of Patrol Officer. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. 2. Grant Update: The McCall Police Department has completed the installation of the Mobile Data Terminal (MDT) and E-Ticket equipment purchased with funding from the Idaho Transportation Department SWET Grant.The Idaho Department of Transportation(ITD)will work with McCall City InfoSystems and Police staff to do software installations following an update to their software program, the anticipated completion date is early to mid-summer. Following the software installation,11'1)will provide training in to Police Staff. The McCall Police Department continues to work the ITD's Traffic Enforcement Grants as they are announced. Each grant period focus's different driving behaviors or issues such as aggressive driving,seat belt use,and DUI.The periods and focus areas are designed to make our roads safer and save lives. 3. Community Events: The McCall Police Department continues to accept unwanted or expired prescription and over the counter medications Monday—Friday 8:00 a.m.—5:00 p.m. excluding holidays. Monthly Department Report-Police Page 104 of 268 36 of 46 08/20/2019 12:49 SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE • 08/20/2019 13:26 PROPERTY LOST 08/20/2019 15:09 911 HANG UP/MISDIAL 08/20/2019 18:49 911 HANG UP/MISDIAL 08/20/2019 19:49 MEDICAL 08/20/2019 22:07 DISTURB THE PEACE 08/20/2019 22:12 DISTURB THE PEACE 08/20/2019 22:53 POSSESSION-CONT SUBSTANCE 08/21/2019 08:06 ANIMAL FOUND 08/21/2019 08:22 ALARM RESIDENCE 08/21/2019 11:02 CIVIL MATTER 08/21/2019 13:43 ANIMAL 08/21/2019 15:37 FRAUD 08/21/2019 16:51 EXTRA PATROL 08/21/2019 18:03 SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE 08/21/2019 21:08 911 HANG UP/MISDIAL 08/21/2019 22:02 SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE 08/22/2019 09:30 HARASSMENT 08/22/2019 10:07 ANIMAL COMPLAINT 08/22/2019 12:40 VIN INSPECTION 08/22/2019 14:11 PROPERTY LOST 08/22/2019 16:43 ALARM RESIDENCE 08/22/2019 16:54 SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE 08/22/2019 20:03 911 HANG UP/MISDIAL 08/22/2019 20:44 ANIMAL COMPLAINT 08/22/2019 21:33 TRAFFIC HAZARD 08/22/2019 22:37 DISTURB THE PEACE 08/23/2019 08:08 PARKING COMPLAINT 08/23/2019 08:25 SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE 08/23/2019 09:58 SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE 08/23/2019 13:26 THEFT PETIT 08/23/2019 13:49 911 HANG UP/MISDIAL 08/23/2019 14:48 THEFT PETIT 08/23/2019 15:12 ACCIDENT PD 08/23/2019 15:23 PROPERTY FOUND 08/23/2019 15:46 VIN INSPECTION 08/23/2019 16:59 MEDICAL 08/23/2019 17:19 911 HANG UP/MISDIAL 08/23/2019 21:48 SHOOTING COMPLAINT 08/24/2019 00:31 DISTURB THE PEACE 08/24/2019 01:54 DUI 08/24/2019 02:26 ANIMAL 08/24/2019 05:29 DUI 08/24/2019 08:25 PARKING COMPLAINT 08/24/2019 11:35 PARKING COMPLAINT 08/24/2019 14:00 911 HANG UP/MISDIAL 08/24/2019 16:28 NEIGHBOR DISPUTE 08/24/2019 18:51 SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE 08/24/2019 20:30 WARRANT 08/24/2019 20:53 ANIMAL FOUND 08/24/2019 21:40 THEFT GRAND Monthly Department Report-Police Page 109 of 268 41 of 46 08/24/2019 21:59 TRAFFIC COMPLAINT 08/25/2019 00:50 ANIMAL COMPLAINT 08/25/2019 00:48 DUI 08/25/2019 01:32 DUI 08/25/2019 12:26 ACCIDENT PD 08/25/2019 12:48 THEFT PETIT 08/25/2019 14:15 ATTEMPT TO LOCATE 08/25/2019 15:32 ANIMAL 08/25/2019 15:39 SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE 08/25/2019 17:35 OPERATING UNDER INFLUENCE 08/25/2019 17:42 911 HANG UP/MISDIAL 08/25/2019 21:00 SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE 08/26/2019 00:59 SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE 08/26/2019 10:51 ACCIDENT PD 08/26/2019 11:26 ANIMAL COMPLAINT 08/26/2019 16:30 BURGLARY BUSINESS 08/26/2019 18:01 PARKING COMPLAINT 08/26/2019 18:31 911 HANG UP/MISDIAL 08/26/2019 19:46 INTOXICATED SUBJECT 08/22/2019 20:37 DWI 08/27/2019 02:46 ANIMAL 08/27/2019 03:45 ALARM BUSINESS 08/27/2019 16:37 PROPERTY FOUND 08/27/2019 19:09 THEFT GRAND 08/27/2019 21:44 HARASSMENT 08/27/2019 22:39 WANTED SUBJECT 08/27/2019 23:31 911 HANG UP/MISDIAL 08/28/2019 00:25 TRAFFIC STOP 08/28/2019 02:36 ACCIDENT PI 08/28/2019 02:24 WARRANT 08/28/2019 12:42 PROPERTY LOST 08/28/2019 12:45 911 HANG UP/MISDIAL 08/28/2019 13:15 TRESPASS 08/28/2019 14:12 PARKING COMPLAINT 08/28/2019 14:13 TRAFFIC HAZARD 08/28/2019 14:30 ACCIDENT PD 08/28/2019 14:52 ABANDONED VEHICLE 08/28/2019 16:36 SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE 08/28/2019 16:46 ATTEMPT TO LOCATE 08/28/2019 18:14 TANDB , 08/28/2019 18:23 SUICIDAL SUBJECT • 4.7 08/29/2019 02:30 HARASSMENT PHONE rI 08/29/2019 04:58 SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE 08/29/2019 07:51 ORDINANCE VIOLATION-MCCALL 08/29/2019 11:09 PROPERTY FOUND 08/29/2019 12:10 FIRE BRUSH 08/29/2019 13:50 EXTRA PATROL 08/29/2019 14:01 MEDICAL 08/29/2019 14:23 PROPERTY LOST 08/29/2019 16:42 911 HANG UP/MISDIAL 08/29/2019 16:44 TRAFFIC COMPLAINT Monthly Department Report-Police Page 110 of 268 42 of 46 08/29/2019 19:51 CIVIL MATTER 08/29/2019 21:22 ANIMAL 08/29/2019 23:33 ANIMAL 08/30/2019 01:17 MEDICAL 08/30/2019 07:02 ALARM BUSINESS 08/30/2019 08:19 ANIMAL FOUND 08/30/2019 13:43 ANIMAL FOUND 08/30/2019 14:09 ACCIDENT PD 08/30/2019 14:59 911 HANG UP/MISDIAL 08/30/2019 17:55 INTOXICATED DRIVER 08/30/2019 20:02 911 HANG UP/MISDIAL 08/30/2019 22:19 INTOXICATED DRIVER 08/31/2019 02:40 PROVIDE FALSE INFO 08/31/2019 03:24 DISORDERLY CONDUCT 08/31/2019 03:42 MALICIOUS INJURY 08/31/2019 09:52 ANIMAL COMPLAINT 08/31/2019 10:05 BURGLARY VEHICLE 08/31/2019 12:05 SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE 08/31/2019 15:50 SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE Total Calls for Service 321 Monthly Department Report-Police Page 111 of 268 43 of 46 1 '4111M, __A .. im„ e In o City of McCall To: City Council From: Nathan Stewart,Public Works Director CC: Anette Spickard,City Manager Date: 8/30/19 Re: Monthly Department Report-August 2019 ADMINISTRATION/ENGINEERING 1. Development Engineering Reviews: Review coordination of land use applications with the City Planner, and engineering review of construction plans including Payette Lakes Recreational Water&Sewer District(PLRWSD)Heativverkr ct, BrektriletirrtIfffrhons, SP1 ce, aset St...betices MwHardware,McCall Valley Storage Condos and numerous projects for individual residential parcels. � �• �- CJ KA [�' �✓` P,../ 2. Downtown Core Reconstruction: C° '4 " Phase 1B: Sunroc has been working on both the north and south half.M - - _ ,/ ted , a e have ij ye,a pr on-floe-elf.Additional coordination on the north(wi c ' s- - _ _ to rPmn.,P dat rinra+in¢log coli,mns)has added to the workload.Our construction management team has been working with Sunroc to identify ways to bring the project back on schedule. Final lift pon tle..last-week of Sept ber. Phase 2A: Ktif►$;v�r_ialatecl mi ater, se.. ,.�. stormw -beCw���,- A1-+" Sets. Work will continue eastward on Park (between 3`d and 2nd Streets) during the last 2 weeks in September. wand wyllegya ct(near 1'Street)e proceed eastw&1.Refer to the Ci>y' ebsite:https://www.mccall.id.us/downtownproject for more info. 3. PW Facility Study: Horrocks Engineers and CRSA Architecture will be in McCall and meeting with Public Works(PW)and Community&Economic Development staff on 9/5 and 9/6. 4. Mission Street Reconstruction/ITD STP Rural Grant: Forsgren Engineers (Project Engineer) has submitted their scope of work to Local Highway Technical Assistance Council (LHTAC) and has just recently received comments back. PW staff will be participating in a meeting with LHTAC and Foresgren concerning scope and cost estimates in mid- Monthly Department Report—Public Works Page 112 of 268 44 of 46 September. Ori fnat a Ctate Local Agreement for Engineering vetti be presented to the City Connolly tiroappiroval. ei2`7-4 5. SH-55/Deinhard-Bovdstun Lane Corridor Study: Horrocks Engineers has prepared a draft scope of work for this study and staff has provided it to 11D for review/comment. Nips wig. nd ng respilakiiiatios for the City and ITD. IT1113card wilLtwamorereteitierin early p em er. STREETS: `1 1. Maintenance Activities: Continue to clear and shore up existing stormwater systems, grading/blading gravel roadways, sign repairs/replacement/relocating,and street sweeping as weather permits. 2. Dust Abatement Activities: All dirt roadways have been dust abated to curtail dust issues,specifically behind City Hall. 3. Bear Basin Rd: Crews have been working on Bear Basin Road by removing large obstructions in the right of way,grading, adding gravel,and over 2,000 gallons of dust abatement material. 4. Road Patching: Patch with hot asphalt along north&south Mission St.,Mather,Forest&Gamble,bike path along Spring Mountain Blvd,McCall Ave,Davis,Wooley,Warren Wagon Rd and intersection. 5. Right of Way(ROW)Maintenance: Clear brush around street signs along Ponderosa, Reedy, Railroad, Agate,N Samson Trail, Mission, E. Lake St.,Warren Wagon Rd,Lick Creek,and Stibnite. WATER: C i c,a d xf- � '� C1 -)4/3 1. Distribution: a. Jasper Subdivision Water Main and Drainage Improvements: Water distribution pipeline construction within the Jasper subdivision has been completed. The contractor is currently constructing roadside ditches and culverts and will soon have the water distribution system connection made along Hwy. 55. Public Works has had contact witkmany-residents concerning the nronosed cntherts and swales that are part of the project.generally Ire' locaticu .andLiee. of the no mose facilities,in addition to individual parcel acioss.-- t�"°"� '"�f`� `'` ��" b. New Water Service: Set meters and turned water on for 8 new residential customers. c. Emergency Calls: Responded to 2 emergency water shut offs during the month,and 1 for possible main line leak on Blue Water Circle which turned out to be an irrigation line. d. Normal Call Outs: Addressed 2 requests to turn water on/off for season, 3 requests for possible leak,2 requested turn off for repairs,and checked 4 residents for high usage requests from Utility Billing. e. Digline Requests:Responded to 60 regular dig line locates. f. ECR/MXU Replacement:Replaced 1 ECR and 6 MXU's that were not working correctly. g. Valve Flushing/Exercising:Annual ARV/PRV inspections continue throughout our system,with 2 needing repairs. Monthly Department Report—Public Works Page 113 of 268 45 of 46 h. Main Water Line Repairs: Repairs were made to the leaking main line on Louisa Road. Crews replaced 21 feet of leaking galvanized pipe. 2. Treatment: a. Legacy Pump Station Structural Repair:Final design is being completed to incorporate intake line (from lake)that was located by PW staff. Foundation stabilization work may be postponed until summer/fall 2020 pending contractor availability. b. Legacy Pumps_The vibration reports were received from Riverside and two of the three station pumps are vibrating out of specification. Current plan is to have both pumps pulled in mid or late October for repairs.Much of this repair is a under warranty. c. Legacy Variable Frequency Drives (VFDs): Ventilation fan installed in electrical room to help moderate high summer temperatures. Final acceptance documentation for VFDs is being processed.Anticipate final review by Idaho Power in September. d. Water Treatment Plant Effluent Valve Repair: Filter 2 effluent valve has failed 3 times in the past month.Butler Acutator Services has completed necessary repairs(all under warranty). Monthly Department Report—Public Works Page 114 of 268 46 of 46 McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-195 Meeting Date September 12, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Originator Department Approvals Initials or Supporter Wildlife in the City Update by Idaho Fish and Mayor/Council Game City Manager Originator Goof I, Clerk Treasurer e - Community Development I l Police Department Public Works Golf Course COST IMPACT: N/A Parks and Recreation FUNDING N/A Airport SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: N/A Information Systems Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT: Staff from the McCall office of Idaho Department of Fish and Game will present an update on wildlife activity within McCall and public outreach efforts to educate the public on issues related to wildlife in the City. I rt v- °I e/ Ver - n ►tet i s ) ci-e'9 RECOMMENDED ACTION: \ rvr — _ Information only1. C) 15.e f-� o FT, L °.2S Cctc, ofwik'd-e. ( RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION /1/4.41,,,, I(onS VYtdl,l t e, (,S l v1`i--e<— Page 115 of 268 Blank Page Page 116 of 268 McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-193 Meeting Date September 12, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Department Approvals Initials Originator or Supporter Tree Committee Annual Accomplishment Report Mayor/Council for FY19 „r-( City Manager ASC”Treasurer Community Development Police Department `) i Public Works lJ" Golf Course COST IMPACT: N/ Parks and Recreation KW Originator FUNDING N/A Airport SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: September 12, 2019 Information Systems Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT: A Tree Committee Member will present Council with the committee's annual accomplishment report. The Tree Committee is responsible for the location, selection, and identification of any trees,which qualify as a landmark tree or stand, of identifying and inventorying street trees, of reviewing development proposals that may affect landscaping and provide comment to the Planning and Zoning Commission and City Council. Members serve rotating three-year terms. The Tree Committee's annual report is attached. RECOMMENDED ACTION: Review only. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION Page 117 of 268 216 East Park Street City of McCall McCall, Idaho 83638 PARKS A'iD RECREATION Phone 208-634-3006 www.mccall.id,us Main 208-634-7142 Fax 208-634-3038 2019 McCall Tree Committee Year End Accomplishment Report In summary the McCall Tree Committee helped maintain the Cities status as-aareC' ity DNA for the- i 'ia*h year in a raw and aciaiiiiera.iti.thicteenth annual growth-awfiret. Over the course of the year the committee continued to w ork towards educating the community on the value of its community forest and the grog threat resects and diseases affecting the . The committee helped with the Arbor Day celebration which was held on A} it 27 at I-raaaz Wad Nmiairafalikhomeozwa fo ear i a ro bration of hip. The event was well attended and received hvv_th children an a ults within the communitek Accomplishments: • 18th Annual Tree City USA Award • 13th Annual Tree City USA Growth Award(This award is issued if enough points are earned through the completion of various projects/activities designed to benefit the community forest.) • The City was awarded the notary Grant for torplanting atRi erfront park. Tree planting project on Satadialay, Octobet44rMil.8 was a great success with approximately 60 participants. City staff completed the project in the spring when trees became available. • On May 10th Kurt Wolf,Ed Heider(City of McCall), John Lillehaug(chair of the tree committee),Nathan Todd and Dave Burnet(McCall Donnelly Schools),Pitt on a tree cli*thintrerff ons a ion or grt e—e ass for the MeeffIrDonneirSehool district. The demonstration showed various Arboriculture techniques, it was well received by the students. • Arbor Day Celebration on April 27th at Franz Witte Nursery. The event and partnership with Franz Witte Nursery continues to grow and draw great crowds. This year's event was celebrated in conjunction with Earth Day as well and had partnering support from the Environmental Advisory Committee. • Published numerous articles in the Star News regarding insect infestations and other tree and shrub diseases commonly seen in the area especially as it relates to harsh winters. Artieler trtgeretri reffertrarfrorn communitrreTITITITIVMMITMATterfrrand advice s tyll'rbortst. • Continued to monitor and mitigate Doug Fir Beetle infestation on various private properties. • Assisted in selecting tre*species for the Downt m ig nrjdra and • Helped field calls from the community and make site visits regarding arborist questions. • Provided second opinions or support to the City Arborist when needed. Committee Members Include: 1. John Lillehaug(Chair) 2. Whitey Rehberg 3. Randy Acker 4. Pavla Clouser 5. Nathan Todd Page 118 of 268 McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-199 Meeting Date September 12, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Department Approvals Initials Originator or Supporter Request to Approve Tree Advisory Committed\ Mayor/Council Member Appointment �iyU Clerk Manager A Treasurer Community Development Police Department Public Works Golf Course COST IMPACT:: N/A Parks and Recreation kit/ Originator FUNDING N/A Airport SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: September 12,2019 Information Systems Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT: The Tree Advisory Committee is responsible for the location, selection, and identification of any trees, which qualify as a landmark tree or stand, of identifying and inventorying street trees, of reviewing development proposals that may affect landscaping and provide comment to the Planning and Zoning Commission and City Council. An ad was placed in Star News and ran for two weeks requesting letters of interest for the open position on the Tree Advisory Committee due to expired terms.Randy Acker current member has expressed interest in remaining on the committee and submitted a letter. After two weeks, no other letters of interest were received. The Tree Committee requests that the Council re'a'ppoint Randy Acker to iwieerTEommittee. The letter is attached. RECOMMENDED ACTION: 4 Appre the Reappointment of Randy Acker to a three year tern to the Tree Advlimr.ty Committee. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION Page 119 of 268 September 3, 2019 City of McCall 216 E. Park St. McCall, ID. 83638 McCall City Council, I am requesting to renew my term on the McCall Tree Committee. I have been a current member on the committee since 2012 and wish to continue serving the city in this role providing my expertise on trees in our community.Thank you for your consideration. Sincerely, Randy Acker 208-634-1337 Acker125@hotmail.com Page 120 of 268 McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-197 Meeting Date September 12, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Department Approvals Initials Originator or Supporter Request to Adopt Resolution 19-15 to Surplus mayor/Council Property—Police Handheld Radios and City Manager 4145- Accessories TTreasurer Community Development Police Department Originator Public Works Golf Course COST IMPACT: N/A Parks and Recreation FUNDING N/A Airport SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: ASAP Information Systems Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT:: Idaho Code&67-57'2A Allnwq tl,P ^— of surplus personal property to wand local agencies. iterplus prerty. The Police Chief has determined that the (14)Motorola XTS 2500, (7)HT 750/ I HT 1250. and (I) GE M-RK handheld UHF radios including mics and charges for a titiiiiiiiimodinta n = , aro rue. The City does not have the ability to wipe the data from the radio making the radios unable to be surplused on the auction website. D gaigwatt T a•- rnf reerns swilling to letemette data and to tale ite ottrret. The Pcili a—C i ade the radios to Prof©res e,aw Enforcement+ferrrt$81±T.QO credit w gt, agarns(Tfle purchase vf'Fem.. E,,Liductive Ruggedized to getr and P -tridges. The Police Chief has determined it is in the best interest of the Police Department to trade the radios to the nationally known distributor that possesses the equipment to repurpose rather than destroy them. Attached is the sale/trade agreement and resolution. RECOMMENDED ACTION: Adopt Resolution 19-15 declaring the 22 Motorola radios and accessories as surplus, authorizing the trade of 22 Motorola radios and accessories to Proforce Law Enforcement for credit, and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION Page 127 of 268 City of McCall RESOLUTION NO. 19-15 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MCCALL,IDAHO RELATING TO SURPLUS PERSONAL PROPERTY; DECLARING PERSONAL PROPERTY SURPLUS; AUTHORIZING AND DIRECTING THE DISPOSAL OF SURPLUS PROPERTY; PROVIDING FOR RELATED MATTERS;AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. WHEREAS, the City of McCall, Idaho ("City") has acquired certain personal property for the purpose of carrying out services in the public interest; and WHEREAS, certain items of personal property of the City have become worn out,obsolete,or are no longer needed by the City; and WHEREAS, the City Council has deemed it unnecessary to maintain ownership of surplus personal property of the City specifically listed and described in Attachment A attached hereto and by this reference incorporated herein("surplus property"); and WHEREAS,the City Council, desires to dispose of the surplus property listed in Attachment A to ProForce Law Enforcement for trade for the value listed on Attachment A attached hereto: NOW,THEREFORE, it is hereby RESOLVED by the City Council of McCall, Idaho as follows: Section 1: The City Council finds and declares that the City no longer has a use for the surplus property listed and described in Attachment A. Section 2: The City Council adopts the valuation of the surplus property listed and described in Exhibit A. Section 3: The City Clerk is authorized and directed to trade to ProForce Law Enforcement the surplus property listed as Motorola/GE Radios including mics and chargers to repurpose and receive a credit on account as described in Attachment A towards the purchase of new Taser 7 Conductive Ruggedized targets and P26X cartridges. Section 4: This Resolution shall take effect and be in force immediately upon its passage and approval. Passed and approved this 12 day of September 2019. By Jackie J.Aymon, Mayor ATTEST: BessieJo Wagner, City Clerk Page 1 of 2 RESOLUTION 19-15 September 12,2019 Page 128 of 268 McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-200 Meeting Date September 12, 2019 lAbt Cg AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Originator Department Approvals Initials or Supporter Downtown Sidewalk Maintenance Program Mayor/Council Implementation Options Discussiony City Manager originator 14,-(R - Gen Clerk lQo�J W hL�< ( 0-1Treasurer mmunity Development Police Department IA 0 iU Public Works _Golf Course COST IMPACT: $211,0000 Parks and Recreation FUNDING General Fund and Street Fund Airport SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: FY20 Information Systems Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT: Based upon Council feedback from the August 23 special work session, staff has developed options to nay fn•tlar atnrtiip of a...11.a vatowln:S.ide'1ada"anGa. sr.e,S.Council's feedback was to stay focused on providing the service in the d nl • start the program this winter;bring back o tions for fun i ; continue to look at loagiiterm nding optio s n Quip+* urogram in future years. to wi review t e following funding options with Council and ask for direction. The total Year One cost for the program is approximately$224,000 broken down as: •• $59,000 new annualmaterials uipment purchase � s4 ,1,,,-,_4Q I 1&--r;(7,„--, $44,000 &supplies expense t,.) • $85,000 annual personnel expense for Parks • $36,000 annual personnel expense for Public Works -7 The options for financing the Year One cost of the program out of the City budget are• oc lam`' - • Use General Fund reserve and Street Fund reserve balances V� d''` \-(--" 1 • Reduce Capital Improvement Plan allocations to certain projects t-ok 1D r° • Reduce amount allocated for Future Pathways Maintenance., k«,, ,A,,,..0-4- V` ` • Reduce amount allocated to Reserves for Future Projects -- W ht,� 1°'r° -tom ? VP))) The options for financing future years of the program are: ` o,(,� �01`' • Using Property Tax revenue growth within the normal bud et process --�lt,� 4vc s 7 t• Appropriating Foregone Property Taxes ago` iA , ,,,,✓ • Allocating Local Option Tax revenues yte)CA- (i4 �� �e�_dV1 M""' �(a� • Establishing a Fee-for-Service e". V— �t COMMENDED ACTION: Direct staff to adrninistrativeliget to implement the Downtown Sidewalk Maintenance Program effective October 1, 2019. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION 08/23/19 Council special work session to provide guidance to staff on new program Page 133 of 268 Fund Balance Calculations for the Year Beginning 10/01/2019 Budget Stabilization Operating Expenses(Including Debt Service) Required Fund FY16 FY17 FY18 3 Year Minimum Name Budget Budget Budget Average General $3,845,406 $3,776,817 $4,077,817 $3,900,013 15% $585,002 Streets/PW $1,379,683 $1,399,059 $1,586,149 $1,454,964 10% $145,496 Library $351,946 $394,855 $401,846 $382,882 10% $38,288 Recreation $758,893 $766,732 $830,542 $785,389 10% $78,539 Airport $265,182 $246,403 $249,110 $253,565 10% $25,357 $6,601,110 $6,583,866 $7,145,464 $6,776,813 $872,682 Cash Flow . Operating Expenses(Including Debt Service) V-tAIL IC/ Fund FY19 Required Name Budget % Minimum A„ General $4,447,489 25% $1,111,872 ti-Y" �'" ��� / Streets/PW $1,628,896 20% $325,779 Library $376,846 20% $75,369 J'1 Recreation $885,501 20% $177,100 Airport $251,796 20% $50,359 $7,590,528 $1,740,480 9/6/2019 Exhibit A \\city\mccall\Finance\General\Finance Department\Fund Balar4619edINTYMRevised.Added Housing Reserves Fund Balance Calculations for the Year Beginning 10/01/2019 ----\ Ucd0\ 7 Street/ General Fund Public Works Library Recreation Airport LOT-Streets Total Fund Balance $ 6,508,303 $ 1,333,986 $ 576,311 $ 559,363 $ 824,822 $2,688,079 Non Spendable Prepaids 22,762 - - - - Inventory - 75,813 - - - - Long-term Note Receivable 85,000 - - - - - Restricted Local Option Tax 19,454 - 61,492 - - Local Option Tax-Public Art - - - - Library Donations - - 65,743 - - - Highway User Fee - 39,849 - - - - Franchise Fees 2,037,383 - - - - - Assigned Street/Public Works Budget Stabilization - 145,496 - - - - Cash Flow - 325,779 - - - - Library Budget Stabilization - - 38,288 - - - Cash Flow - - 75,369 - - - Recreation Budget Stabilization - - - 78,539 - - Cash Flow - - - 177,100 - - Airport Budget Stabilization - - - - 25,357 - Cash Flow - - - - 50,359 - Committed . Tobias Bequest Idaho First Bank CD - - 240,000 - - - LGIP Investments-Tobias&Donation - - 58,226 - - - Carry Forward 579,777 - 2,300 20,032 - 230,000 Reserved-Housing 58,483 7 _ Cl Unassigned _4.C `) i 1 Debt Service General Fund Budget Stabilization - - - - - Cash Flow 1,111,872 - - - - - Total Non-Spendable Fund Balance $ 4,499,733 $ 586,938 $ 479,926 $ 337,163 $ 75,716 $ 230,000 (by Category) Available Fund Balance $ 2,008,570 $ 747,048 $ 96,385 $ 222,200 $ 749,106 $2,458,079 Committed FY19 Appropriated Fund Balance 897,390 205,000 25,000 20,000 2,683 1,555,066 Remaining Available for Appropriation $ 1,111,180 $ 542,048 $ 71,385 $ 202,200 $ 746,423 $ 903,013 FYXX Budget Amendment - 8,817 43,175 3,036 - Remaining Excess Cash $ 1,111,180 $ 542,048 $ 62,568 $ 159,025 $ 743,387 $ 903,013 less CIP $ 333,970 $ 82,668 $ 62,568 $ 59,025 $ 709,637 $ 797,456 Less Streetscape Maint.Prgm. $ 224,000 $ 82,668 Less Skidsteer lease(100%to Golf) $ 4,600 Remaining Available Fund Balance $ 105,370 $ 0 $ 62,568 $ 59,025 $ 709,637 $ 797,456 9/6/2019 Exhibit A \\city\mccall\Finance\General\Finance Department\Fund BalarftledI 6\PWdORevised.Added Housing Reserves Blank Page Page 136 of 268 McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-201 Meeting Date September 12, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Department Approvals Initials Originator or Supporter Request to Approve the RMT Equipment Contract Mayor/Council for the purchase of a Ventrac 4500 Tractor with City Manager tA6.c Clerk attachments for the Downtown Sidewalk Treasurer Maintenance Program Community Development MLA— Police Department �r M t— leeS Public Works Golf Course COST IMPACT: $46,832.25 Parks and Recreation gefeff Originator FUNDING Pending Downtown Sidewalk Maintenance Airport SOURCE: Program Budget Library TIMELINE: FY 20 Information Systems Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT: Pending City Council's discussion and approval of funding opportunities for the 2019/20 Downtown Sidewalk Maintenance Program, a Ventrac 4500 Tractor with additional attachments was added into the estimated cost as an initial investment to successfully execute and operate the proposed program. The Parks Department urchased this same piece of equipment in 2017 follnaring cis.ems.;;,;arch and multi ns. ince it has nrnven extremely „n;verea r-rcnmd for hnth dripwalk maintenance and day to day operations such as m wing, ti .iltivation, and cgnctruc inti. Based on the increa propose owntown sidewa program, a second tractor is needed to ummunuamiasingoommum perform the work. mummork Rocky Mountain E•ui•ment Corn•an has placed the order to hold but not co p•• - - • 'ell - ' •. '.q g a'a -en s o ensure •e every *nor o e wi s No:o.w&•, •n. 'en•ing ity Council's decisions, the c• .'1 • e 11 quipmen o commit the tractor and attachments for purchase when funds are available in FY20 for a mid to late November delivery. The product brochure and purchase contract are attached. RECOMMENDED ACTION: Approve the RMT Equipment contract for the purchase a Ventrac 4500 Tractor with attachments, and authorize the Mayor to sign all documents. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION Page 137 of 268 1C21(77a1C 4500 Tractor Your ONE Tractor Solution . )1.k% r,u ab -offCr;" , ,r, ',r�`{ , �r `r". - - 1 rid % • I. ,r• ' V s• , .4 c 4 i II The Ventrac 4500 tractor was built with you in mind. From the advanced electrical system, redesigned frame, • more safety and comfort features; the 4500 offers the reliable performance, astounding versatility and STANDARD FEATURES comfortable handling you have come to expect. • Enclosed Muffler Like all Ventrac tractors,the 4500 utilizes All Wheel Drive and • Pre-Wired Plug&Play Wiring Harness an articulating chassis with a low center of gravity to provide • Premium Comfort Seat superior traction, braking, stability, and security on tough • Advanced Electronic Instrument Panel terrain and slopes without disturbing turf when turning. • 6 Function Warning Gauge&Alarm Over 30 Ventrac Mount Attachments • Conveniently Located PTO Belt Tensioner • On board Diagnostic System Choose from over 30 professional grade Ventrac Mount attachments to transform your Ventrac into a productivity • Sealed Electrical System powerhouse. This incredibly rugged and dependable • Thermostatically Controlled Oil Cooler machine is a wise business investment for golf courses, • Battery Disconnect Switch with Circuit Breaker schools and universities, parks, street maintenance • Automotive Style Parking Brake departments, commercial mowing services, contractors, • Universal PTO Switch wineries, farms, property management associations, • S.D.L.A.Operator Controls estate owners and anyone needing one machine to do it all. • Weight Transfer System* *Optional on 4500K,standard on other 4500 Models Optional Accessories: • Turf or Bar Tires 1 6 ' �`* • Category 1 3-Point Hitch • Cold Weather Cab • Additional Lighting&Signaling Packages ca Is 'w' _' it • Electrical Power Outlets .`, f. 7TMCMUUNT SYSTEM �^ • Digital Slope Indicator "'`^ • Dual Wheel or Wheel Extensions for Slope • Page 138 of 268 Visit www.ventrac.com/accessories for full list. TRACTOR COMPATIBILITY KEY: 3400 4500 McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-202 Meeting Date September 12, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Department Approvals Initials Originator or Supporter Request to Adopt Resolution 19-17 for Mayor/Council Governmental Equipment Lae-Purc, e City Manager 546Sr Clerk A1reement and Win-Appropriation Addendum Treasurer with Western States for a CAT Skidsteer 262D3 Community Development Loader ionommumunammortPolice Department MOW Public Works Golf Course COST IMPACT: 577.15 (anni... 7 Parks and Recreation Originator FUNDING Parks Department—Pending Sidewalk Airport SOURCE: Maintenance Program Funding Approval Library TIMELINE: FY20—FY24 Information Systems Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT: Pending the City Council's discussion and approval of funding opportunities for the FY20 Downtown Sidewalk Maintenance Program, the CAT Skidsteer 262D3 Loader was included into the estimated cost of the program as a five year annual lease and as a need to execute and operate the proposed program. Western States has established a joint cooperative purchasing agreement that defines 2019 pricing for this equipment which is available to all non-profit entities. The attached Resolution 19-17 allows the City to enter into a multi-year lease and includes a "Non- Appropriation"provision. The Payment Agreement,Non-Appropriation Addendum, Sales Agreement it i p?oduct specifications, and Buy Back Letter for the proposed equipment are attached. Le al counsel has reviewed this ay eement and su. .ortin:documents . 1• 41 .11 -s I- .s . . e. g. '.ates in this al eement (an. resu ing pricing . I pon receipt of the si ed quote,Western States will authorize the order and delivery of the equipment to ensure v na i i . RECOMMENDED ACTION: Adopt Resolution 19-17 authorizing the Mayor to enter into, on behalf of the City of McCall, a "Governmental Equipment Lease-Purchase Agreement" and a "Non-Appropriation Addendum" with Western States for a CAT Skidsteer 262D3 Loader for a 5-year lease, and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION Page 153 of 268 City of McCall RESOLUTION NO. 19-17 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF McCALL,VALLEY COUNTY, STATE OF IDAHO, PROVIDING FOR FINDINGS AND PURPOSES; AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO ENTER INTO, ON BEHALF OF SAID MUNICIPALITY,A "GOVERNMENTAL EQUIPMENT LEASE-PURCHASE AGREEMENT" AND A 'NON-APPROPRIATION ADDENDUM" BETWEEN THE CITY OF McCALL AND CATERPILLAR FINANCIAL SERVICES CORPORATION,AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of McCall: WHEREAS, the City of McCall is authorized and has the power to lease personal property as provided for in Idaho Code Section 50-301; and WHEREAS, it is in the best interests of the City of McCall to enter into a lease with Caterpillar Financial Services Corporation, a Tennessee corporation, denoted as "GOVERNMENTAL EQUIPMENT LEASE-PURCHASE AGREEMENT" and 'NON-APPROPRIATION ADDENDUM", for the reasons and authority for which are as set forth in the two Agreements. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL as follows: Section 1. Findings The City Council of the City of McCall finds: 1.1 The Mayor and Clerk are hereby authorized to enter into and on behalf of the City of McCall, that certain Agreement with Caterpillar Financial Services Corporation, entitled "GOVERNMENTAL EQUIPMENT LEASE-PURCHASE AGREEMENT" and "NON- APPROPRIATION ADDENDUM", and to bind this City to its terms and conditions. 1.2 That the terms of the leases substantially inform are just and equitable, and said leases are hereby approved. 1.3 The City of McCall Clerk is directed to file this Resolution forthwith in the official records of this City of McCall. 1.4 This resolution shall be in full force and effect from the date of its passage. Page 1 of 2 Resolution 19-17 Caterpillar Financial Services Corporation Agreements—262D3 Skidsteer September 12,2019 Page 154 of 268 McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-196 Meeting Date September 12, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Department Approvals Initials Originator or Supporter Request to Adopt Resolution 19-14 for Mayor/Council Governmental Equipment Lease-Purchase City Manager 9 Agreement and a Non-Appropriation Addendum Trek gTreasurer with Western States for a CAT 305E2�Trrack Community Development 6 Excavator Lease Police Department Public Works Golf Course COST IMPACT: $10,311.50 (annually) Parks and Recreation ...j/ Originator FUNDING Parks Department—FY20 Budget Line Airport SOURCE: Item 28-59-150-521.0 Library TIMELINE: FY20—FY24 Information Systems Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT: The Parks Department was bcretgef a Mutt avatorwhirh s-#ted through the-Kesel Ortie�•��eq'). In a ffot4.4e-ensiire.this equipment is available for fall construetierrat the start°e -the FY2. 15udge- ar, stafriszequesting,the following approvals in conjunction with 'ed t .dawWwty ewalk maintenance program. Western States has established a joint cooperative purchasing agreement that defines 2019449,44 for this equjpment rt,�+ :� .;171,10+e all non-profit entices.f. , G -i) 2'2 yr The attached Z% ww�o . -the City ter =into-a-multiyear lease`T 1Yfdes a "Nm- Appropsiiatjgataiarovisian. The Payment Agreeinent,Non-Appropriation Adm;Sales"*greement with product specifications. and Back I-,erer for the proposed equipment are attached. Leid1'tYntnnel!-kas reNdhied t.ba a mage nt and suppotting documents and confirmed th a es m is agree ent (and resjcing).Upon receipt of the signed quote,Weitgrn States will authorize the order and delivery of the equipment to ensure availability. c_%.y,/JA,,'0 RECOMMENDED ACTION: Adopt Resolution 19-14 authorizing the Mayor to enter into, on behalf of the City of McCall, a "Governmental Equipment Lease-Purchase Agreement" and a "Non-Appropriation Addendum" with Western States for a CAT 305E2 Track Excavtor for a 5-year lease, and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION Page 185 of 268 AlegiW City of McCall RESOLUTION NO. 19-14 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF McCALL,VALLEY COUNTY, STATE OF IDAHO, PROVIDING FOR FINDINGS AND PURPOSES; AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO ENTER INTO, ON BEHALF OF SAID MUNICIPALITY,A"GOVERNMENTAL EQUIPMENT LEASE-PURCHASE AGREEMENT" AND A "NON-APPROPRIATION ADDENDUM" BETWEEN THE CITY OF McCALL AND CATERPILLAR FINANCIAL SERVICES CORPORATION,AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of McCall: WHEREAS, the City of McCall is authorized and has the power to lease personal property as provided for in Idaho Code Section 50-301; and WHEREAS, it is in the best interests of the City of McCall to enter into a lease with Caterpillar Financial Services Corporation, a Tennessee corporation, denoted as "GOVERNMENTAL EQUIPMENT LEASE-PURCHASE AGREEMENT" and "NON-APPROPRIATION ADDENDUM", for the reasons and authority for which are as set forth in the two Agreements. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL as follows: Section 1. Findings The City Council of the City of McCall finds: 1.1 The Mayor and Clerk are hereby authorized to enter into and on behalf of the City of McCall, that certain Agreement with Caterpillar Financial Services Corporation, entitled "GOVERNMENTAL EQUIPMENT LEASE-PURCHASE AGREEMENT" and "NON- APPROPRIATION ADDENDUM",and to bind this City to its terms and conditions. 1.2 That the terms of the leases substantially inform are just and equitable, and said leases are hereby approved. 1.3 The City of McCall Clerk is directed to file this Resolution forthwith in the official records of this City of McCall. 1.4 This resolution shall be in full force and effect from the date of its passage. Page 1 of 2 Resolution 19-14 Caterpillar Financial Services Corporation Agreements—305#2 Mini Track Excavator September 12,2019 Page 186 of 268 PASSED by the City Council of the City of McCall this 12th day of September 2019. Signed: Jackie J. Aymon, Mayor ATTEST: I certify that the above resolution was duly adopted by the City Council of the City of McCall on September 12, 2019 by the following vote: Ayes: Noes: Absent: By: BessieJo Wagner, City Clerk Page 2 of 2 Resolution 19-14 Caterpillar Financial Services Corporation Agreements—305#2 Mini Track Excavator September 12,2019 Page 187 of 268 Explanation of Content CATS Transaction Number 3735348 Financial Thank you for selecting Caterpillar products and for allowing Caterpillar Financial Services Corporation to serve your financing needs. Included in this document package are all of the forms that will be needed for standard tax exempt lease purchase transactions. The forms have been designed to be clear,concise and user friendly. We have also provided a brief explanation of the purpose of each form. If you wish to discuss any of the forms or have any questions about any aspect of this transaction, we encourage you to contact your Caterpillar Dealer or Caterpillar Financial Services Corporation at 1.866-263-3791 Option#5. A. Governmental Equipment Lease-Purchase Agreement. The Governmental Lease-Purchase Agreement contains the terms that govern each transaction between us. It is the standard Caterpillar Financial Services Corporation tax exempt lease-purchase agreement,and provides that we will lease to you the equipment described therein pursuant to a full payout amortization schedule. A new Governmental Equipment Lease-Purchase Agreement will have to be signed in connection with each transaction. B. Lessee's Authorizing Resolution. The Authorizing Resolution is evidence you have taken the necessary governing body actions to approve the Governmental Equipment Lease-Purchase Agreement. Although the authorizing instrument is often a resolution, it may also take other forms such as an ordinance.We are agreeable to using your customary or standard form provided it contains specific approval for the lease-purchase agreement, designates persons who are authorized to sign on your behalf and either approves the document forms or delegates this authority to a named official C. Verification of Insurance.The Certjfijate of insurance is Intended to supply information regarding the insurance coverage for the equipment being lease-purchased. You will need to supply the requested Information to us so we can verify coverage. D. Opinion of Counsel. An opinion of counsel is required in connection with each Governmental Equipment Lease-Purchase Agreement. The opinion is intended to confirm that you have complied with all open meeting laws, publication and notice requirements, procedural rules for governing body meetings,and any other relevant state or local government statutes,ordinances,rules or regulations. We would be unable to confirm compliance with these laws and regulations ourselves absent long delays and higher costs so we rely upon the opinion of your attorney since he/she may have been involved in the process to approve our transaction and is an expert in the laws and regulations to which you are subject. The opinion also confirmsthat you are an entity eligible to issue tax-exempt obligations and that the Govemmegjaj F^33rnmanr ase-chase Ag fit will be treated as tax-exempt as it is your obligation to ensure that you have complied with relevant tax law. E. Form of 8038G or GC. Form 8038 is required by the Internal Revenue Service in order to monitor the amount of tax-exempt obligations issued. You have to execute a Form 8038 for each Governmental Equipment Lease-Purchase Agreement.Whether a Form 8038 G or GC is required depends on the original principal amount of the Governmental Equipment Lease-Purchase Agreement. If the original principal amount is less than $100,000 Form 8038GC Is filed with the IRS. If the original principal amount is$100,000 or more Form 8038G is filed with the IRS. Choose the appropriate 8038 form and complete according to IRS guidelines. Contact your TM or Sales Support Representative for assistance. IRS Form 80380 htto://www.irs.00v/oub/irs-odf/f8038g.odt IRS Form 8038GC bitrx/Nowrirs.gov/oub/irs-pc11/18038gc,pdt This Explanation of Contents is prepared as an accommodation to the parties named herein.It is intended as an example of some of the documents that Caterpillar Financial Services Corporation,in its reasonable judgment,may require and is not intended to constitute legal advice. Please engage and use your own legal counsel. We understand that the laws of the various states are different so nothing herein shall be construed as a warranty or representation that the documents listed herein are the only documents that may be required in any particular transaction or that any particular transaction,if documented in accordance with this Explanation of Contents,will be a valid,binding and enforceable obligation enforceable against the parties named herein in accordance with the terms of the documents named herein. Pam IN 16+.tflcrr 6317273 000'2Slt 101 PNct Page 188 of 268 McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-198 Meeting Date September 12, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Department Approvals Initials Originator or Supporter Request to Adopt Resolution 19-16 for Mayor/Council Governmental Equipment Lease-Purchase City Manager Aar Clerk Agreement and a Non Appropriation Addendum Treasurer with Western States for a CAT 950 Loader Community Development iftommimmimmormivio Police Department Public Works Atr5 Originator Golf Course COST IMPACT: $34,074.13 (annually) Parks and Recreation FUNDING Streets Department Airport SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: FY20—FY24 Information Systems Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT: Per the FY20 aptved budget, Streets has been wnr1/41140114,Ftern States and Caterpillar Finan„d l Sem;i^ to establish 5-v .ar le cef nn' 1) ('aternillar M950 loader to be use for the ,menming siaaw rpnnval s ,n. The prepared lease documents for Y20 —FY24 include all necessary provisions including: on- appropriations and a buy-back certification in waling that Western States will purchase the a iinment at the end of the leased. The annual lease a menFaccounts for a ar 0 1 • 1. a new, eased loader will include a wing attachment UOQ • and snow ate blade allowing the perator to use the snow gate while also shaving functionsf Iden ee-r ��" roadsi e erms using t o wing. 8 �'�'to`�` l l wey ekI dir Included with this Agenda Bill is Resolution 19-16 which allows the City to enter into a multi-year lease ,, o' that includes a "Non-Appropriation" provision. A�agr le al 64'Y ('/( P counse for o s ring signatures. 1�' IJ` { }0�P�,s;;r _of this lnader takes advan a Joint chasing Agreement Soucewell(formerly NJPA), e �I wiri+ch provides arr+WA imeount(off list pricing)f endersand fgn alleviates the need to conduct al qbidding whiie"stilI cen€ermi -eerie. i y i- The Resolution, Lease/Purchase Agreement, Non-Appropriation Addendum, Sales Agreement, and Buy Back Letter are attached. RECOMMENDED ACTION: Adopt Resolution 19-16 authorizing the Mayor to enter into, on behalf of the City of McCall, a "Governmental Equipment Lease-Purchase Agreement" and a "Non-Appropriation Addendum" with Western States for a CAT M950 Loader for a 5-year lease and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION Paye 217 of 268 City of McCall RESOLUTION NO. 19-16 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF McCALL,VALLEY COUNTY, STATE OF IDAHO, PROVIDING FOR FINDINGS AND PURPOSES; AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO ENTER INTO, ON BEHALF OF SAID MUNICIPALITY,A "GOVERNMENTAL EQUIPMENT LEASE-PURCHASE AGREEMENT" AND A 'NON-APPROPRIATION ADDENDUM" BETWEEN THE CITY OF McCALL AND CATERPILLAR FINANCIAL SERVICES CORPORATION,AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of McCall: WHEREAS, the City of McCall is authorized and has the power to lease personal property as provided for in Idaho Code Section 50-301;and WHEREAS, it is in the best interests of the City of McCall to enter into a lease with Caterpillar Financial Services Corporation, a Tennessee corporation, denoted as "GOVERNMENTAL EQUIPMENT LEASE-PURCHASE AGREEMENT" and 'NON-APPROPRIATION ADDENDUM", for the reasons and authority for which are as set forth in the two Agreements. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL as follows: Section 1. Findings The City Council of the City of McCall finds: 1.1 The Mayor and Clerk are hereby authorized to enter into and on behalf of the City of McCall, that certain Agreement with Caterpillar Financial Services Corporation, entitled "GOVERNMENTAL EQUIPMENT LEASE-PURCHASE AGREEMENT" and "NON- APPROPRIATION ADDENDUM", and to bind this City to its terms and conditions. 1.2 That the terms of the leases substantially inform are just and equitable, and said leases are hereby approved. 1.3 The City of McCall Clerk is directed to file this Resolution forthwith in the official records of this City of McCall. 1.4 This resolution shall be in full force and effect from the date of its passage. Page 1 of 2 Resolution 19-16 Caterpillar Financial Services Corporation Agreements—950M Loader September 12,2019 Page 218 of 268 McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-192 Meeting Date September 12, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Originator Department Approvals Initials or Supporter Request the Approval of a Service and Mayor/Council Maintenance Agreement with TeleMessage for City Manager Text ArchivingClerk ( Originator Treasurer Community Development Police Department Public Works Golf Course COST IMPACT: $4,135 Parks and Recreation FUNDING Administrative Services FY 20 budget Airport SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: FY20 Information Systems Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT: The Idaho Public Records law identifies a public record as: "Ps4Vse record" includes, but is not limited to. any writing containing information relating to the conduct or administration of the public's business prepared, owned, used or retained by any state agency. indent public body corporate and politic or local age regardless of physical form or.sassesaaristies. Tact Messages are coja, a rand should be kept accondyan ria rho gatio-+ssi:^n,which states that temposisrseesedamhall beitainedfernot less than two (2)years. With technology advancing quicker than retention codes, text messages l'av, been archived as the City diluig have a mechanism in place tube able to archive such messages.No with more thanallikaices being used throughout the organizationib•is time to look at waySTrarchive texts. The TeleMessage Mehils-Arr4444oer effectively addresses compliance, regulatory, eDiscovery response requirements and reduces risk across a variety of industries. TeleMessage�tptures mobile-osiient, including SMS, MMS,Calls.and Chats fr D me ephones.Messages are securely and re,Lialaklrwootained within.TeleMessa e s iir' " f"warded to an archiving data storage vendor ofaiiiur ch42.TeleMessage is integrated with mobile carrier networks to get a copy of messages and calls directly from the operator network side and archive them. The Service Agreement and White Paper are attached. RECOMMENDED ACTION: Approve a Service and Maintenance Agreement with TeleMessage for Text Archiving and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION Page 243 of 268 OtTeleMessage Service Agreement between TeleMessage and City of McCall C itti of McCall Attn: BessieJo Wagner TeleMessage Contact: Erin Phipps Mobile: +1-781-414-1899 I Office: +1-978-263-1015 X225 I Fax: +1-978-263-6467 E-mail: erinp(a�telemessage.com I Web: www.TeleMessage.com Version: t4 Last Updated: August 15, 2019 Page 244 of 268 Upcoming Meetings Schedule September 26, 2019- 5:30 pm,Legion Hall-Regular Council Meeting 1. Work Session: Local Housing(Michelle) 2. Treasurers Monthly Report(Linda) Consent 3. October as National Arts and Humanities Month (BessieJo) 4. First week October Fire Prevention Week(BessieJo) 5. City Attorney Contract Final Approval(Anette) 6. PUD-15-01 McCall RV Resort Phase 2 Final Plan (Morgan)? 7. Parks &Recreation Advisory Committee Annual Report(Kurt) 8. PD Surplus Equipment(Sandy) 9. Triangle Development Update (Rick) . _ c 1 1, '1 10. Deinhard-Area 1 Development(Rick) (J'- d►�Y 04° � 11. Deinhard-Area 2 Development(Rick) J ,114 GL13IP 12. Northwest Airport Development(Rick) (lt d� �- 13. AAC Appointment(Rick) (, 14. �` jfiiii‘?/ 1)�" September 27,2019-9:00 am-11:00 Legion Hall-- Speck Se 1 ' k. 1. -Fiber Discussion-Business case (Chris) ��n October 10, 2019-5:30 pm, Legion Hall-Regular Council Meeting 1. Chamber Report/Monthly Department Reports/Committee Minutes 2. Airport Deinhard Development(Rick) 3. PUD-19-03 Broken Ridge Commons (Morgan)?-PUBLIC HEARING a 4. Boathouse Feasibility Study(Michelle &Kurt) l October 24, 2019-5:30 pm, Legion Hall-Regular Council Meeting (i (Council Member Holmes Out) 1. Work Session: (a\- 2. 2. Treasurers Monthly Report(Linda) Consent ,t/1 2f 3. McCall Redevelopment Agency Annual Report(Michelle) G G(.t47' 4. Urban Renewal Plan for the Downtown West Urban Renewal (Michelle) �R October 25, 2019-9:00 am-11:00 Legion Hall- ,- (Council Member Holmes Out) . 1. - November 7,2019- 5:30 pm, Legion Hall-Regular Council Meeting 1. Chamber Report/Monthly Department Reports/Committee Minutes November 21, 2019- 5:30 pm, Legion Hall-Regular Council Meeting 1. Work Session: 2. Treasurers Monthly Report(Linda) Consent 3. Historic Preservation Commission Annual Report(Michelle-Delta) 4. Resolution to Rates the Election Results (BessieJo) 1 Page 267 of 268 November 22, 2019—9:00 am -11:00 Legion Hall— l. Library design team Presentation (Meg) To be Scheduled: 1. MCC Title 6 Re-write (Nathan Stewart) 2. Public Hearing—Public Works Fee Schedule Changes 3. Records Retention Policy update (BessieJo) 4. Investment Policy update (Linda) 5. Continuous Billing Code Amendment First Touch (Linda) 6. Library Bond(Meg) 7. PUBLIC HEARING: 2018 All Hazard Mitigation Plan Goals and Strategies (Anette/Justin) 8. Big Payette Water Quality Board Presentation on the quality of the Payette Lake 9. Work Session:Faith Community Presentation on Community Needs (Anette/Joe Eisenbrandt) 10. Little League of Central Idaho MOU(Tara) 11. Update to all Federal Title VI Resolution Policies (BessieJo) 12. ITD State/Local Agreement Mission Street(Nathan) • 2 Page 268 of 268 AGENDA Special Meeting August 23, 2019 at 9-11 AM City of McCall Legion Hall - McCall City Hall (Lower Level) City Council 216 East Park Street a, ,,J S r Cdt • 4,4ktil WORK SESSION frt r` /4. AB 19-189 Debrief August 7, 2019 workshop on Sidewalk Maintenance and Discuss Next Steps for a Sidewalk Maintenance Program (ACTION ITEM) 3 . GG C.:65/— d- — ADJOURN I 66 jJY )aJ-/ ,,,-,ire_, 4-29 stye - r k`' cc vt trt ,St`� , American with Disabilities Act Notice: The City Council Meeting room is accessible to persons with disabilities. 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( rv'�'' -( lrto: .. c'.Jt r ' �+" (1 ,c,�r ' ."` AAA "` ytl., (, : �i ,ip t r �-'-1e..4 kit cj,;' . 0 I , r:r 1 1 r - Ir •x- ;, ! • °1 3r j lit Current Downtown r-,_,,. _ Proposed Downtown Table Discussion #1 10 minutes (Current Situation) ► W^hlat is working well under the current appr-oa,h.? /Y d S4r�LUlG( AVYKe4 — M aroty.r;' - 0.•.ti-rviei 4-s KeM' W st rn Oiscm-0-- pf-11-' ► What are tl7e current challenges under the cu rent approach? r P ►e.. Ain Sd d a f .. Ck U>-Gh - /toisorf i parr it-0-1 vf� �cr,i►�,v t..° is titke,- r sw si al rr-y 1 Af�." r� } /4Y,,-f: A`/ r� - 1 �f)s.cs'-- Na J-nocJ Arr ft..- - L."-- ► Report out (,-S! fie-evAi Irk b , }.. 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In Summary: ► A service provision model instead of code enforcement-only approach ► Parks offers a summer and winter sidewalk maintenance program to property owners (what is the cost Et how is it funded) _ - Would you be willing to pay an annual fee? - What would you be willing to pay annually? € ► Develop a program that outlines what City will provide and what property owner is still responsible for (e.g. storm event snow removal vs. repairs) I. Is this an opt in or opt out program where those that do not opt in acknowledge that they will do their own? 5 8/7/2019 What a Parks Maintenance Program Could Include I. Winter ► Early morning snow removal from sidewalks prior to the start of business hours. ► Coordination with Pub.ic Works for storage and hauling. ► Property/Business owner keeps sidewalk clear during business hours. Allowed to use furnishing zone for temporary snow storage. What a Parks Maintenance Program Could Include ► Non Winter Maintenance ► Cleaning of sidewalks on a regular schedule ► Weed control and removal ► Removal of rubbish and litter from puolic trash receptacles, sidewalks, landscape areas ► Maintain public trees, landscape areas, irrigation systems, flower baskets. leaf litter ti ► Installation and removal of seasonal decorations and light pole banners 6 8/7/2019 What if the Parks Department maintained sidewalk? sur 40049"k "F-- ► Benefits • ► One entity efficiently communicating and removing snow after storm events creating a consistent a safe environment ► Business Ft user friendly, recognizes those that have invested in keeping their portion clear ► Scalable, can start in downtown and expand to other areas if successful ► Considerations ► If very few businesses sign up for the program it will be inefficient and may not recoup the costs of setting up the program. - Operationally difficult to only service small chunks and stop and go. ► If there is no fee or reduced fee for the service, City will have to shift tax dollars from other programs or increase taxes to pay for it. ► There will be start up costs and lead time for equipment purchase and • staff-up Anall-C (os+ St.✓wrho� Wink/ ,2e), QOcd /od !o T 17,' /1114. A . fi f, Table Discussion #2 - 20 minutes ► Does it make sense to offer this service? / (gc C > 1a ' �J 0,4)a , -- (960(960/~41-' --o-ao e' roi 09,144,1 Co O LP. - 01- What pfWhat would you be willi to pay? 2, coo , P Cwr� slo ) c,E3 ffvff ► Dodoe of er Ceal the ouncil should consider? 1 ► Report out 7 8/7/2019 Wrap Up and Next Steps ► Tonight's feedback will be compiled and included on our website ► We will continue to take feedback via our website, emails, and phone calls ► Council will debrief and discuss this issue at their August 23rd special council work session ! , —r--1 , .,„ _.,. ..-,, ?,, 'Asizah,. f : [,,, Thank , r°4451-: ‘..,...}7-, You ` ., i C' Er s . 8 TITLE 50 MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS CHAPTER 3 POWERS 50-317 . REMOVAL OF SNOW, ICE, RUBBISH AND WEEDS. Cities are empowered to cause all sidewalks and alleys to be cleared of snow, ice and rubbish, and the cutting and removal of trees, weeds and grass, and the removal of rubbish upon and from all private property within the city and the parking within the curbing abutting same, and to assess the cost thereof against the private property so cleared, and against the property abutting the parking, sidewalks and alleys so cleaned. Such assessment shall be collected as providedin section 50- 1008 . History: [50-317, added 1967, ch. 429, sec. 57, p. 1249. ] TITLE 50 MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS CHAPTER 3 POWERS 50-316. SIDEWALKS — GENERAL REGULATIONS. Cities may provide by general ordinance for the construction, repair or removal of sidewalks which are deemed by the council to be dangerous and unsafe, and for the replacing thereof, assess the cost as provided in section 50- 1008 to the property in front of which the same shall be constructed, repaired or laid. History: [50-316, added 1967, ch. 429, sec. 56, p. 1249. ] TITLE 50 MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS CHAPTER 10 FINANCES 50-1008. COLLECTION OF SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS — CERTIFICATION TO TAX COLLECTOR — WIDOW' S EXEMPTION. All special assessments levied in any city to which the provisions of this act are made applicable shall be due and payable to the city treasurer and, if not paid within thirty (30) days after mailing of notification of assessment, shall be declared delinquent and be certified to the tax collector of the county by the city clerk, not later than the first day of August and shall be by said tax collector placed upon the tax roll and collected in the same manner and subject to the same penalties as other city taxes; provided, however, that special assessments certified to the tax collector which are placed on property qualifying for a widow' s exemption may be returned to the taxing district from which they originated if the special assessments are not paid' within three (3) years . All money received on special assessments shall be held by the city treasurer as a special fund to be applied to the payment of the improvement for which the assessment was made, and said money shall • be used for no other purpose whatever unless to reimburse such city for money expended for such improvement. History: [50-1008, added 1967 ch. 429, sec. 168, p. 1249; am. 1970, ch. 227, sec. 1, p. 637; am. 1973, ch. 289, sec. 1, p. 612 . ] TITLE 50 MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS CHAPTER 3 POWERS 50-334 . ABATEMENT OF NUISANCES . Cities are empowered to declare what shall be deemed nuisances, to prevent, remove and abate nuisances at the expense of the parties creating, causing, committing or maintaining the same, to levy a special assessment as provided in section 50-1008, Idaho Code, on the land or premises whereon the nuisance is situated to defray the cost or to reimburse the city for the cost of abating the same, and this power shall extend three (3) miles beyond the city limits, provided however, that the expense of declaring, preventing, removing and abating nuisances outside the city limits shall rest with the city when the nuisance comes within the three (3) mile area by reason of expansion of city boundaries . History: [50-334, added 1967, ch. 429, sec. 60, p. 1249; am. 1967, ch. 431, sec. 1, p. 1417; am. 2010, ch. 79, sec. 18, p. 146 . ] 8-5-010: MAINTENANCE OF SIDEWALKS:4 (A)As used in this section, these words shall be defined as follows: REMOVE: To eliminate when feasible, and when not, to apply sand, or ice treatment compounds which abate the slippery condition and eliminate as it becomes feasible. SIDEWALK: A path for pedestrians, usually paved, along the side of a street, including also gravel and dirt walking paths commonly used by the public along the side of a street. (B) The owners, tenants or occupants of lands in the city of McCall which either abut or are located on the site of any of the following described sidewalks shall remove all snow, rubbish or ice from the same within twenty four(24) hours after the occurrence of said condition: 1. Any sidewalk in an area zoned central business; 2. Any paved sidewalk in any area zoned commercial, or general commercial; and 3. Any paved sidewalk except where the city manager determines in consultation with the recreation director that the snow cover should be left for purposes of winter recreation, such as cross country skiing. (C) The owners of property described in subsection (B) of this section shall also be responsible for clearing and repairing any such sidewalk which is improved with gravel, cement, asphalt, or other hard surface. The obligation to repair includes filling and resurfacing any potholes or other damage to the surface of the sidewalk. Such work shall be accomplished promptly after the damage is done or otherwise becomes apparent, and in any event within twenty (20) days after notice to do so from the police department. (Ord. 723, 11-19-1998) 8-5-030: INTERFERENCE WITH SNOW REMOVAL AND DEPOSIT ON RIGHT OF WAY PROHIBITED: [ (A) Interference With Snow Removal: It shall be unlawful for any person to park, abandon, or otherwise leave unattended any vehicle or trailer, as defined in chapter 1 of title 49, Idaho Code, on any city right of way at any time or in any manner which will obstruct or hinder any city employee, city contractor, or state of Idaho employee during snow removal operations or which will leave any vehicle in such a position that it is subject to damage by city employees, city contractors, or state employees engaged in snow removal operations. This provision shall not prohibit the stopping of passenger vehicles for periods of time sufficient to load or discharge passengers from such vehicles. Owners of vehicles parked in violation of this section shall be subject to citation or towing. Owners of vehicles parked in violation of this section shall also be held liable for any damage to snow removal equipment, which may occur due to contact with said vehicle. The city of McCall and the state of Idaho shall not be liable for damage to any vehicles or property parked in violation of this section. Snow removal operations shall be deemed completed at such time as the full width of the street right of way has been restored. For the purposes of this chapter, snow removal operations from November 1 to March 31 of the • following year are presumed to occur daily in the central business district(defined at subsection 3.4.01(C) of this code) and that portion of Third Street between Railroad Avenue and Colorado Street between the hours of three o'clock (3:00)A.M. and seven o'clock (7:00) A.M., in all other zones between the hours of three o'clock (3:00)A.M. and twelve o'clock (12:00) noon. (B) Snow Deposited On Right Of Way Prohibited: Snow may not be dumped, deposited, placed, or pushed into a city street or public right of way. Snow removed from private property may not be piled so as to block or cover a fire hydrant, snow pole, street sign, culvert inlets and outlets, or other drainage structures. (C) Penalties: Any person violating this section shall be fined twenty five dollars ($25.00); provided, further, that any person who violates this section for a second time in any twelve (12) month period shall be subject to the general penalty found in section 1.3.1 of this code. (Ord. 920, 2-13- 2014) Z Does it make sense to offer this service? If yes, What would you be willing to pay? dltilAz(Lt-- Za-E - — ?-cz IAA & C W Does e-,4-1r�SJ�q�(a�. s -�� - C4 ice 6,1 tS ,\ 1 pc.S 1 __ 1'4-l What is working well under the current approach? d1/4--€4.-z, tt What are the current challenges under the current approach? 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I J ' �•• a L:174 eiil,e6t44, id Lieu-tat ---/cgx; /4:1-6 - tociA,L-d ruiee/A4 xle44,4, /, st* 044. ,0-7944(0 e-iii-m4vz 4166 eue7-x_ 70444,4 .7) On& / ti--/Af-S.-trma, c_, pAAA}4 � I CA-o N d-0 1 neuDActos4--,e144c7/114-LOA-y- e-- ffo � From: Scott Jackson <scottjackson08@gmail.com> Date: August 13, 2019 at 6:50:29 PM MDT To: Erin Greaves <egreaves@mccall.id.us> Subject: Sidewalk Talk ---This email is from an external sender. Be cautious and DO NOT open links or attachments if the sender is unknown. --- What business and/or property address do you represent? 802 N 3rd St, McCall, ID 83638 What is working well under the current approach? SQr ,people get free clearing which works out quite well for those property owners. What are the current challenges under the current approach? R4ows run into the curbs and we are held responsiTITMITIMIT Sidwalk clearing is disjointed and incons stentma Does it make sense to offer this service? Yes a uniform clearing makes sense not just clearing select sections that work for the cities routes. What would you be willing to pay? I would be willing to collect a 1%additional sales tax from all of my customers putting myself at a further competitive disadvantage from all businesses outside of cityAknits and submit it to the city on a monthly basis. We could use this local option tax to improve serviced resident's and guests of the city so they have an improved experience in our town. On top of that I could even collect an additional 3% lodging tax and throw even more money at theme". Per tp d l rnu-ney that we already collect and submit to the city each month coultl261lerSiawearing and maintenance???? Do you have other ideas the Council should consider? Use the money from LOT and Lodging taxes and do something logical like keep the sidewalks clear at l in good repair. T From:Jason Bergquist<jason.berRquist@fiRnow.com> Date: August 14, 2019 at 5:21:27 PM MDT To: Erin Greaves<eRreaves@mccall.id.us> Subject: Re:Give your opinion on Sidewalks-It's not too late! ---This email is from an external sender. Be cautious and DO NOT open links or attachments if the sender is unknown.--- What is working well under the current approach? What are the current challenges under the current approach?Where to put the snow.There is nowhere to put it but the street. Does it make sense to offer this service?Yes. Depending on the cost What would you be willing to pay? Not sure yet.49.22igaia Do you have other ideas the Council should consider? Ilow us to put the sno AGENDA Regular Meeting City of McCall August 22, 2019 at 5:30 PM Legion Hall - McCall City Hall City Council (Lower Level) 216 East Park Street OPEN SESSION PLEDGE OF ALSOININNIME APPROVE THE AGENDA CONSENT AGENDA All matters which are listed within the consent section of the agenda have been distributed to each member of the McCall City Council for reading and study. Items listed are considered routine by the Council and will be enacted with one motion unless a Council Member specifically requests it to be removed from the Consent Agenda to be considered separately. Staff recommends approval of the following ACTION ITEMS: 1. City Council Special Minutes-June 28, 2019(ACTION ITEM) 2. City Council Regular Minutes-July 25,2019(ACTION ITEM) 3. City Council Special Minutes-July 26, 2019 (ACTION ITEM) 4. City Council Regular Minutes-August 8, 2019 (ACTION ITEM) 5. Payroll Report for period ending August 9,2019(ACTION ITEM) 6. Clerk License Report(ACTION ITEM) 7. Warrant Register-GL (ACTION ITEM) 8. Warrant Register-Vendor(ACTION ITEM) 9. AB 19-182 Request to accept the Treasurer's Report as Required by IC 50-208 (ACTION ITEM) 10. AB 19-183 Request the Approval of the McCall Rotary Club and Parks & Recreation Memorandum of Understanding(MOU)(ACTION ITEM) cl.p.m. PUBLIC COMMENT .0 4(�h (- e04/4/-044.--- - At this time, the Mayor will call for any comments from the public on any subject whether or not it is on the agenda for any item(s)the public may wish to bring forward and discuss. Please limit comments to three (3) minutes. The City Council does not take any action or make any decisions during public comment. To request Council action during the Business portion of a Council meeting,contact the City Manager or City Clerk at least one week in advance of a meeting. WORK SESSION 5:40 p.m. AB 19-180 Discussion and Direction for Selection of f.aw Firm to Provide Legal Services to the City of McCall Effective October 1, 2019 (ACTION ITEM) Page 1 of 2 CITY COUNCIL AGENDA August 22,2019 Regular BUSINESS AGENDA 6:10 p.m.AB 19-188 Request Golf Advisory Committee Member Appointment—Todd McKenna (ACTION ITEM) 6:15 p.m. AB 19-181 Receive an Update on Valley County's Process to Update the Waterways Ordinance Applicable to Big Payette Lake (ACTION ITEM) 6:45 p.m.AB 19-187 2019 West Central Mountains Economic Development Council's Mid- Year Report , $7:05 p.m.AB 19-186 Review of the McCall Community Center Updated Bylaws and Discussion (ACTION ITEM) 7:25 p.m.AB 19-184 Request to Approve SUB-04-15 Minor Plat Amendment for Timbercrest Subdivision (ACTION ITEM) 7:55 p.m.AB 19-185 Request to Approve SUB-06-04 Minor Plat Amendment for Crystal Blue Water Condominiums(ACTION ITEM) 8:25 p.m.AB 19-179 Request Approval of the Timbercrest Downtown Permissive Encroachment Agreement(ACTION ITEM) 8:35 p.m. AB 19-178 Request to Approve the Contract with Docusign for Electronic Signature Services (ACTION ITEM) 8:45 p.m.AB 19-177 Request to Approve the Contract with EntryPoint, LLC for Consulting Services for RAPID (ACTION ITEM) 8:55 p.m. Review the Upcoming Meetings Schedule ADJOURNMENT American with Disabilities Act Notice: The City Council Meeting room is accessible to persons with disabilities. If you need assistance,please contact City Hall at 634-7142 at least 48 hours prior to the meeting. Page 2 of 2 CITY COUNCIL AGENDA August 22,2019 Regular ?6) MINUTES McCall City Council Special Meeting McCall City Hall -- Legion Hall June i8' Call to Order and Roll Call Work Session Budget Work Session Adjournment CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL Mayor Aymon called the special meeting of the McCall City Council to order at 9:00 a.m. Mayor Aymon, Council Member Holmes, Council Member Nielsen, and Council Member Sowers all answered roll call. Council Member Giles was absent. City staff members present were Anette Spickard, City Manager; BessieJo Wagner, City Clerk; Erin Greaves, Communications Manager; Linda Stokes, City Treasurer; Michelle Groenevelt, Community Development Director; Kurt Wolf, Parks and Recreation Director; Eddie Heider, Parks Superintendent; Eric McCormick, Golf Course Superintendent; Meg Lojek, Library Director; Traci Malvich, Human Resources Manager;Nathan Stewart, Public Works Director Also, in attendance were Terri Lindenberg and Steven Hackler, Treasure Valley Transit; Amber Kostoff, MCPAWS WORK SESSION: SIDEWALK MAINTENANCE AB 19-132 Sidewalk and Streetscape Maintenance Program Options and Direction to Staff City Manager Anette Spickard gave an overview of the presentation materials. Staff has researched and identified several options for the Council to consider for new approaches to managing sidewalk and streetscape maintenance. The cazgaalacCall.roity Code requires fronting property iers and businesses to maintain their sidewalk and manage snow removal without placing the s w in the Right of Way. Staff presented the options available to Council to determine whether Council would like to embark on a mom-specific service delivery approach vs.elying solely on a code enforcement approach or something in between. After Council has identified a preferred approach and funding preference, staff can develop the appropriate code language, procedures, educational outreach, staffing and budget to implement. In summary,the options are: A.—Status Quo: continue hybrid of code enforcement and informal city maintenance. B.—Enforcement Only: stop informal city maintenance and enforce current code. C. — Work with affected property owners/businesses to establish Business Improvement District. MCCALL CITY COUNCIL Page 1 of 4 June 28, 2019 Special Meeting Page 3 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet D.—Create an"Opt In"program for Parks Department to provide maintenance service for a fee. Those that do not opt in are required to provide their own maintenance and are still subject to code enforcement. E.—Sidewalk maintenance becomes a City service funded by tax dollars except for certain items that remain responsibility of property owner. Staff and the Council had a lengthy discussion about the options including routes, service and maintenance issues, and selling points. Council Member Holmes is leaning towards D with a sing encouragement to opt in. She is concerned that less people are wanting to walk due to the issue of businesses not clearing their sidewalks promptly and would like to see consistency. City Merger Spickard proposed a survey to see if there would be an interest to opt in for the service. Council Member Nielsen would like to look at lkrban Renewal as a funding source. Community & Economic Development(CED) Director Michelle Groenevelt clarified the,funds earned in the Urban Renewal District can only be spent within that district. Coyncil Member Sowers may want to look at an opt out program and reward those who have done a great job of clearing their snow. He suggested to look at what needs done for the immediate coming year and qualification for opting out. Communication Manager Erin Greaves commented thrsurvey of businesses would be a good way to start and the results might be surprising. Mayor Aymon agreed the businesses need to be surveyed. She also thinks the City should maintain sidewalks just like the City maintains the streets. Communication Manager Greaves suggested the Council hold a one on one work session with the business owners to hear directly from them. Council Member Sowers would like to know how other mountain towns handle this issue and if the service is contracted out for the service. Public Works Director Nathan Stewart commented it would be more costly to contract out for the service versus doing it in house. Staff briefly touched on the budget and timeline in meeting with property/business owners to formulate a plan for the coming winter season. Moor Aymon is a believer in user fees, and in this case, include the fees in property taxes as sidewalks are there for public use. kik3uncil Member Sowers suggested not plowing the Golf Course and instead remove snow in the downtown area. A discussion ensued on the value of plowing the Golf Course and the logistics of what that would mean. City Manager Spickard summarized topursue option D and a,possible BID process. There was a brief discussion about fees. WORK SESSION: BUDGET Public Comment Mayor Aymon called for public comment at 10:24 a.m. Hearing no comments,Mayor Aymon closed the comment period at 10:24 a.m. Local Option Tax MCCALL CITY COUNCIL Page 2 of 4 June 28, 2019 Special Meeting Page 4 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet City Clerk BessieJo Wagner presented the FY20 Local Option Tax (LOT) funding and distributions. The changes made at the June 13, 2019 Council meeting were reviewed. Council Member Sowers left the meeting at 10:28 a.m. There was some discussion on the merits of funding the snowmobilers. Public Works Director Nathan Stewart gave clarification on the purpose of the Thompson Street project and why LOT funds are needed and what will be accomplished with these funds. A sidewalk and bike lane are livcluded as part of the project and staff is trying to piggyback the sidewalk/bike lane project with the work of powerline burial along that street to utilize franchise fees. Council Member Nielsen suggested looking at a different location to accommodate for the sidewalks. Council Member Nielsen moved to approve FY20 Local Option Tax funding and distributions. Council Member Holmes seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Nielsen, Council Member Holmes,and Mayor Aymon all voted aye and the motion carried. Treasure Valley Transit Terri Lindenberg and Steven Hackler of Treasure Valley Transit (TVT) presented their FY20 budget request.Ms.Lindenberg explained the reasons behind why they had a need for 5 new buses. She shared information about grant funding, ridership issues, and advertising. Mr. Hackler stated the ribbon cutting ceremony for the new buses will be on July 10 at the future TVT office location on Park Street and he is hoping for a large representation of the community to attend. In response to the question of how to increase ridership, he shared that he is looking at innovative ways to get the word out through traditional advertising, social media, and phone app technology. Council Member Sowers returned to the meeting at 10:50 a.m. Ms. Lindenberg and Mr. Hackler answered questions about additional services over Winter Carnival, the use of sandwich boards during the ice festival (staff clarified there are signage opportunity for public information), increase opportunity for increased ridership on weekends and special events, and later hours on the weekends. Council Member Nielsen feels transportation is §econd only to housing in importance. Ms. Lindenberg feels that when the transit center opens, it will add the awareness and increase ridership. Communication Manager Erin Greaves suggested the City logo be incorporated onto the new buses.Council Member Nielsen would like to see more frequent trips down the main corridor as an express line. Ms. Lindenberg stated she would look at funding and run numbers to see if it is possible. MCPAWS Amber Kostoff of MCPAWS presented their FY20 budget request and Q1 FY19 Activity Report. She answered questions about the different jurisdictions paying for the use of the shelter,tracking where animals are from, volunteer hours, the stray program, and other County funding. She went over the thrift store numbers,personnel and salaries,funding,and building repair and maintenance needs. There was a brief discussion about LOT funding and the stray program. DRAFT BUDGET DISCUSSION MCCALL CITY COUNCIL Page 3 of 4 June 28, 2019 Special Meeting Page 5 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet Review of Personnel Costs Comparisons Human Resources Manager Traci Malvich presented the personnel cost comparisons..III-A is only going give a 2.6%medical increase, 5%dental, and 15%vision increases. She is still waiting for the salary survey data but confident the 2%Market/3%Merit increases will be sufficient. There have been requests for additional staff; however, those requests were not reflected in the current draft budget. She briefly went over the benefits changes. Property Tax Allocation City Treasurer Linda Stokes presented the property tax allocation explaining the decrease in expected revenue due to less commercial growth. The Growth and Annexation will be $95,028. She had removed the foregone amount from this draft per Council instruction and gave a comparison of a 3% increase of $181,340 to a no tax increase. She discussed levy rates and explained the budget balance,went over the fund balance, and answered questions. Overview of the draft budget and City Council Deliberation City Manager Anette Spickard and City Treasure Stokes went through the draft budget explaining interfund transfers, fund balance calculations, and general fund subsidies. There was significant discussion regarding the Golf Course, including a past fund subsidy balance and how to bring it to zero. Staff explained the difference between the City golf course in comparison to other golf courses that make it more difficult to operate and, in the past, the Golf Course was subsidized by more Local Option Tax(LOT)dollars until a previous Council directed less LOT monies to go to the Golf Course and more general fund be used. Staff has been looking for better ways to increase revenue to help the Golf Course to be self-sufficient. Council Member Sowers would like to see a comparison of other like communities with a public golf course and would like to know how more revenue be generated. City Manager Spickard discussed an option creating a policy of reserving funds for housing and answered questions. Staff explained how the excess fund balance accrues and is used. The,Council consensus was to take a percentage of the excess fund balance to use as a policy for local housing and directed staff to draft a policy to bring back for future discussion and add in the 3%increase.Economic drivers for the golf course and local housing was discussed. FY20 Budget Development Next Steps Council Work Session Set Tentative Budget on July 26, 9:00 a.m. to be determined FY20 Budget Public Hearing on August 08, 05:30 p.m. FY20 Foregone Public Hearing on August 08, 05:30 p.m. if needed FY20 Budget Adoption on August 08 ADJOURNMENT Without further business,Mayor Aymon adjourned the meeting at 1:29 p.m. ATTEST: Jackie J. Aymon, Mayor BessieJo Wagner, City Clerk MCCALL CITY COUNCIL Page 4 of 4 June 28, 2019 Special Meeting Page 6 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet LU Project 5 (p. 150). The McCall Redevelopment Agency (MRA) Board hired Kushlan Associates to prepare the Eligibility Report,the first step, in creating a new urban renewal district and this was adopted by the City Council on June 28, 2018. The next step was to complete the financial feasibility analysis.This information was presented to the MRA Board and City Council. the Draft Plan for the creation of the new district. This Plan was reviewed by the MRA Board on July 16 and they plan to make a recommendation during their regular August meeting.The purpose of reviewing the draft Plan with the Council is to get any feedback before the Plan is finalized. Meghan Conrad, attorney with Elam and Burke, covered many areas of the plan at a high level after first outlining the following: Idaho Code § 50-2905 identifies what information the Plan must include with specificity as follows: (1) A statement describing the total assessed valuation of the base assessment roll of the revenue allocation area and the total assessed valuation of all taxable property within the municipality. (2) A statement listing the kind, number, and location of all proposed public works or improvements within the revenue allocation area. (3) An economic feasibility study. (4) A detailed list of estimated project costs. (5) A fiscal impact statement showing the impact of the revenue allocation area,both until and after the bonds are repaid, upon all taxing districts levying taxes upon property on the revenue allocation area. (6) A description of the methods of financing all estimated project costs and the time when related costs or monetary obligations are to be incurred; (7) A termination date for the plan and the revenue allocation area as provided for in section 50-2903(20), Idaho Code.In determining the termination date,the plan shall recognize that the agency shall receive allocation of revenues in the calendar year following the last year of the revenue allocation provision described in the urban renewal plan. (8) A description of the disposition or retention of any assets of the agency upon the termination date.Provided however,nothing herein shall prevent the agency from retaining assets or revenues generated from such assets as long as the agency shall have resources other than revenue allocation funds to operate and manage such assets. Phil Kushlan, consultant from Kushlan Associates, gave an overview of the forecasted financials of the project. The current plan does not proport any bonding but will be a pay as you go. He explained the reasons behind this approach. The plan is set up to be a capital investment plan not an operation and maintenance plan. Staff asked the Council to give feedback on the project list and are collecting comments from the public. The Council had a brief discussion and the general consensus was to move forward. MCCALL CITY COUNCIL Page 3 of 10 July 25,2019 Regular Meeting Page 9 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet BUSINESS AGENDA AB 19-155 Request to appoint two new members to the McCall Public Art Advisory Committee Community Economic Planner Delta James presented the appointment of two members to the McCall Public Art Advisory Committee. The mission of the McCall Public Art Advisory Committee is to make recommendations to City Council regarding public art projects and policies within the City of McCall. The Public Art Advisory Committee (PAAC) was formed in 2012 by resolution of City Council (Resolution 12-13), consisting of five members appointed by City Council. Resolution 19-10, adopted by City Council on June 13, 2019, expanded the committee size from five (5) to seven (7) members. Members are appointed to three-year terms, which are renewable for one additional term. Letters of interest have been received from community members Dallas Young, Susan Farber and Judy Drake desiring to fill the two new open committee seats. Dallas Young, Judy Drake, and Susan Farber introduced themselves to the Council. The PAAC, with much deliberation,recommend Judy Drake and Susan Farber for the open seats.After a brief discussion, the Council decided on the advised recommendation and asked Ms. Young to apply for the seat coming open in December. Council Member Holmes moved to appoint Susan Farber and Judy Drake to the McCall Public Art Advisory Committee, each for a three-year term expiring July 2022. Council Member Giles seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Holmes, Council Member Giles, Mayor Aymon, Council Member Nielsen, and Council Member Sowers all voted aye and the motion carried. AB 19-162 Request to Approve the Re-Appointment of Commissioner Thompson to the McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission City Planner Morgan Bessaw presented the re-appointment of Commissioner Thompson to the McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission. The McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission(PZC) consists of seven (7) members: four(4)appointed by the Mayor with consent of the Council, and three (3) appointed by the Board of Valley County Commissioners. All members must be residents of the city or the area of city impact for a period of at least two (2) years prior to appointment(MCC 3.12.02). Samuel Thompson was appointed in February 2018 to fill the remaining term of a vacated City representative seat. That term has expired, and Samuel Thompson would like to be re-appointed to the McCall Area PZC for a full three-year term, to expire July 2022. The position opening was advertised in the Star News, and two letters of interest were received: one from Commissioner Thompson and one from Mr. Robert Frank. At its July 8,2019 regularly scheduled meeting,the PZC reviewed the submitted letters of interest. After discussion,the Commission unanimously recommended to City Council Samuel Thompson to be re-appointed as City representative,seat to expire July 2022.Letters of interest were received from both applicants. MCCALL CITY COUNCIL Page 4 of 10 July 25, 2019 Regular Meeting Page 10 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet Council Member Holmes moved to appoint to the McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission Samuel Thompson for a three-year term representing the McCall City Limits, expiring July 2022. Council Member Nielsen seconded the motion.In a roll call vote Council Member Holmes, Council Member Nielsen, Mayor Aymon, Council Member Giles, and Council Member Sowers all voted aye and the motion carried. AB 19-161 McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission Annual Report to City Council City Planner Morgan Bessaw stated that the Planning & Zoning Commission (PZC) Chair was unavailable to present their annual report so she presented the report. The mission of the PZC is to make recommendations to the City Council and to the County Commissioners respecting comprehensive planning, zoning, and subdivision regulations. The PZC also applies the same to the individual proposals brought to the Commission for approval or for recommendation to Council,and,when applicable,the County Commissioners. This Commission acts in this statutory capacity as Planning and Zoning Commission under Idaho Code with respect to zoning and planning in the City proper and the McCall Impact Area. The PZC consists of seven members appointed by City Council and the County Commissioners for three-year terms, which are renewable. Meetings are ordinarily held on the first Tuesday of each month at 4:30 PM in the Legion Hall below City Hall. Members are appointed by the Mayor with confirmation by the Council. City Planner Bessaw shared information about the increase in land use applications, local housing, and code updates and schedule. Mayor Aymon expressed her appreciation of the PZC. AB 19-165 Request to Adopt Resolution 19-12 Amending Exhibit A of the Lakeshore Disposal Agreement for Solid Waste Collection and Disposal Services Rate Schedule for a 1.65% rate increase Pursuant to Section 8B of the City's Exclusive Agreement with Lakeshore Disposal to collect and dispose of solid waste in the City of McCall, Lakeshore Disposal has requested an inflationary increase to the rate schedule included as Exhibit A in the agreement. Per the agreement, the proposed rate increase is determined as the annual average change of the Consumer Price Index— All Items for the State of Idaho for the most recent 12-month period. According to the Idaho Department of Labor the average CPI change for the period of June 2018 through June 2019 was 1.6%. Brian Hoffman and Scott Carnes of Lakeshore Disposal presented an annual report including an update on recycling,the new trucks with fully wrapped artwork of the community and events, and plans proof cansillitt a lighter version with apening based on tilt s' outer. 'There was a brief discussion about the fees for overstuffed cans and process of enforcing and educating. Comrn air tion_ al. Re d of people toilarillillibuiSikead the posted , or,as one gent eman who was spa en too, even caring about recycling properly. Because of this issue, thaaiiikaiffortunatalmsommaililit d, tiPy place the Naiiiiiigiiiiigiraraiaahaiiiiiihe land O. To help the Council understand the process for plastic recycling, there is 1-3 bales of plastic commodity of types #1-7 baled each week. If MCCALL CITY COUNCIL Page Sof 10 July 25, 2019 Regular Meeting Page 11 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet Lakeshore Disposal were to break the bales down and pull out the recyclable plastic types of#1 and#2,it would take a year to accumulate the required 40 bales to make a full truckload to transport to the Treasure Valley recycle center. A lut^..,- ,..�ki,,.i,.,..a-~ A+.a_:,iaa asl As well, contaminated bales are required to be broken down, sorted, and re-baled bringing the price point down by two-thirds. Icing the observation period!IIIN' re vee o er cou tthaj..Vley County were seen using the site. Mvjcling cel,to the Lake wed make it more manageable an ter contrcimilmentamination. III11111MMI dijion or questions on the ram Council Member Giles moved to adopt Resolution 19-12 amending Exhibit A of the Lakeshore Disposal Agreement for Solid Waste Collection and Disposal Services Rate Schedule for a 1.65% rate increase and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. Council Member Sowers seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Giles, Council Member Sowers, Mayor Aymon, Council Member Holmes, Council Member Nielsen all voted aye and the motion carried. AB 19-156 Request to Approve Submittal of an Idaho Community Foundation Grant Application to Support Upgrades to the Brown Park Playground Economic Development Planner Delta James presented the submittal of an Idaho 1y allkandation Grant'Application to summikupgradellfto the BrOPPark playgrfflillrche City of McCall Parks and Recreation Department is seeking approval for submittal of an Idaho Community Foundation grant in an amount not to exceed $5,000 (exact grant request TBD) to support the purchase and installation of a new playground and ADA accessibility improvements at Brown Park.The total project cost is estimated to be approximately$280,000.Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation has awarded $136,000 in Land and Water Conservation Funds to the project, which will be utilized as demonstrated match to the Idaho Community Foundation grant request that requires at least 1:1 matching funds. Additionally, City staff have budgeted for $135,000 in Capital Improvement(CIP)funds for the project. Council Member Holmes moved to approve submittal of an Idaho Community Foundation grant application and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents.Council Member Nielsen seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Holmes, Council Member Nielsen, Mayor Aymon, Council Member Giles, and Council Member Sowers all voted aye and the motion carried. AB 19-158 Request to Approve the FAA Grant Offer #3-16-0023-026-2019 for Pre-Design Engineering of the Future Relocated Parallel Taxiway Airport Manager Rick Stein presented the Federal Aviation Administration(FAA)Grant Offer#3- 16-0023-026-2019 for Pre-Design Engineering of the Future Relocated Parallel Taxiway. This project will study the future geometric layout of the relocated parallel taxiway at the McCall Municipal Airport. The existing runway to parallel taxiway separation of 200 feet does not meet FAA design standards. The project will ultimately provide a safe operating environment for aircraft using the airport by providing adequate runway to parallel taxiway separation for aircraft currently using the airport. The grant amount is $60,300. MCCALL CITY COUNCIL Page 6 of 10 July 25, 2019 Regular Meeting Page 12 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet Council Member Nielsen moved to approve acceptance of FAA Airport Improvement Program Grant Offer #3-16-0023-026-2019 for pre-design work to relocate the parallel taxiway and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. Council Member Giles seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Nielsen, Council Member Giles, Mayor Aymon, Council Member Holmes, Council Member Sowers all voted aye and the motion carried. AB 19-160 Request to Approve Fixed Based Operator(FBO)3A/FBO 3B Airport Lease with Sawtooth Flying Services,Inc. Airport Manager Rick Stein presented Fed e WitiiiimiewiNiiisjfiingiass, Inc. Sawtooth Flying Service is requesting additional leased space to provide self-fueling of company aircraft. The lease provides space for vehicular parking FBO 3A and a fuel tank site FBO 3B. Siting of the tank has been coordinated with the City Planner due to its location in the Scenic Corridor.The tank and tank placement also meet Fire Code and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) standards. Vehicle parking complies with Scenic Corridor standards. It should be noted that it is a violation of FAA Grant Assurances to deny an airport operator the opportunity to self-fuel without cause. Parcel FBO 3A is 732.8 sq ft and parcel FBO 3B is 2514.2 sq ft for a total of 3,247 sq ft of new leasehold.The Airport Advisory Committee(AAC)recommends a lease rate equivalent to the Fuel Farm lease provided to McCall Aviation as Sawtooth Flying intends to make the tank available to the public for self-serve fuel in the future. The FY19 rate was$.140 uncovered and$.286 covered. The area covered by the tank is 232 sq ft leaving 3,015 uncovered. The annual covered fee would be$66.35 and the uncovered would be $422.10 for a total of$488.45. Prorated from June 1,2019 the lease payment will be$162.82 plus a$300 lease preparation fee.The AAC voted unanimously to recommend approval of the lease to Council. Staff answered questions about the location of the tank. Council Member Holmes moved to approve the FBO 3A/FBO 3B airport lease with Sawtooth Flying Services, Inc. and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. Council Member Sowers seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Holmes, Council Member Sowers, Mayor Aymon, Council Member Giles, Council Member Nielsen all voted aye and the motion carried. AB 19-153 Request for Approval of Central Idaho Historic Museum Sub-Lease: License Agreement with St. Luke's McCall for Temporary Parking During Construction Park ea ton Wolf presented the Central Idaho Histor h-lease Licaiwe Agreement with•6 ibuke's McCall for temporary parking duringtonttruction. st. I.ukn Methmi I and the Museum Museunilltrard of Directors have requested to enter into a lieenseereement whew thaw iseum lard will proricirSttutrks witkuternporatirtustomer and emp I orescark i ngst4urit4� t 015- yeareMsfrfferir'Sritticegjrrtisinti lito.idtt. "I he terms of the this agreement are outlined in the agreement. The museum board is responsible for repairs and maintenance of the existing buildings on site and the proposed parking agreement will provide an opportunity to geneate revenue to cover these expenses. The Musuem Board and St. Luke's have worked closely with City Staff and legal to outline the terms and conditions of the agreement. MCCALL CITY COUNCIL Page 7 of 10 July 25, 2019 Regular Meeting Page 13 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet St. Luke's will be required to buy out the remaining life expectancy of the Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation Grant (RV Parking Spaces) through the Idaho Department Parks & Recreation conversion process. These terms and buy out amounts are outlined in the license agreement. Council Member Holmes moved to approve the license agreement between St. Luke's McCall, City of McCall, Central Idaho Historic Museum for St. Luke's customer and employee parking during the 4-5-year construction window associated with the hospital renovation and expansion project; and approve the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. Council Member Giles seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Holmes, Council Member Giles, Mayor Aymon, Council Member Nielsen, Council Member Sowers all voted aye and the motion carried. AB 19-167 Request to Approve Downtown Core CDBG Street Light Installation —Phase 1 Contract Award and Authorize Cost Saving Alternatives Change Orders for Intersection Lighting Public Works Director Nathan Stewart presented the Downtown Core CDBG Street Light Installation — Phase 1 contract award and cost saving alternatives change orders for intersection lighting. The City of McCall has conducted formal bidding for Phase 1 of the Downtown Core street light installations.This tl- fait ph ^f a*lirsi-^haaeproject being principally funded I, ai Idaho Tlenartment o commerce's CommuniUjidi evelopment Block Grant (CI)13G). PI' ET ineldwartreet light installations on &t (between Park and E. Lake) and (between 3rd and 1st Streets). The bid opening occurred on 7/15/19, and City received one responsive bid, fromn-.. .ric (AME). Horrocks has reviewed this bidand determined it to be responsive. This amount is higher than the engineer's estimate and what was originally budgeted for this phase of the project.Horrocks has prepared a letter of recommendation that summarizes the project team's recommendation to City Council. The recommendation is to award a portion o '°s'hid for flit hisiegital the amount of iiiii12.6004This would allow the project team to work with AME on a potential cost savings alternative for the intersection lights. If a cost savings alternative is available, the intersection lighting would be then be included back into the contract via change order. A draft version of the Agreement has been reviewed by legal counsel. Fghding for this pry NIffL addition to.tive427411111111.1%lCDF3Ci grant fundelliidgetedimithaim, will be proves-by thty's franc Staff answered questions about the light designs and functions, safety issues, fully funding now versus the unseen impact of waiting to fund later, scheduling, costs, and franchise fees. 6111 MembeMINIMIIMINNINIIIIIIIVuatind at this time r 100111ig in mind- by the vonstructioi. Council Member Sowers was amenable to the idea of fully funding. Council Member Nielsen wanted to know if there are cheaper light poles and fixtures. Public Works Director Stewart said it was possible,but it is hard to calculate what the savings would be as there is more pieces of the project not being discussed. Changing the style midstream may cause a loss of equipment already ordered and staff could not MCCALL CITY COUNCIL Page 8 of 10 July 25, 2019 Regular Meeting Page 14 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet provide all the costs associated at this time. Council Member Holmes was concerned about an unseen impact for waiting to fund later and feels it best to just get it done. Economic Development Planner Delta James spoke on the efficiency of administering the grant now rather than later. Change orders can be requested but there is some effort and time that takes place in those submissions. Council Member Nielsen was uncomfortable with letting staff figure out how to pay for the project. There was a brief discussion about funding. Council Member Giles moved to approve the construction contract to AME Electric for Downtown Core CDBG Street Light Installation in the amount of$396,700 and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. Council Member Sowers seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Giles, Council Member Sowers, Mayor Aymon, and Council Member Holmes all voted aye, Council Member Nielsen voted no, and the motion carried. AB 19-166 Request to Select firms to interview in response to the Request for Proposals for Legal Services City Manager Anette Spickard presented the selection of firms for interviews for legal services. Four proposals were received in response to the city's Request for Proposals (RFP) for Legal Services. The RFP was issued June 14, 2019 with responses due on July 12, 2019. The selection process stated that proposals will be reviewed by the City Manager and designated management staff for responsiveness and that the City Manager shall make a recommendation to Council of applicants for further review and possible in-person interviews. The proposals were reviewed by the City Manager,the City Clerk and the Community&Economic Development Director.All four proposals were deemed responsive. The proposals were then scored according to the matrix identified in the RFP and ranked as follows: White Peterson; Parsons,Behle&Latimer;Naylor& Hales, PC; MSBT Law. The Council is scheduled to interview selected applicants at the August 8, 2019 regular Council meeting and select a firm to enter into negotiations for a final contract. The goal is to have a final contract for Council's approval at the September 26, 2019 regular session with a start date of October 1,2019. Tlle •114wmtger re ,. • - „ - • e . „• - . 8witectOireleFeWtheirtreinitiv--and depth of municipal°vv experienr°prorStreertipensatil n, Iht7FJSeu uivuiuu ui serm-r—trelivery, caseworii-fneffigetalikatr4ovei4ebiiiirMRPEPPprorewtiolt iressiinirractices. There was some discussion on the scoring matrix and number to interview. Through the discussion the Council chose to interview the top 3 scoring firms. Council Member Nielsen moved to select the law firms of White Peterson,Parsons,Behle& Latimer,and Naylor&Hales,PC for interviews at the August 8,2019 City Council meeting. Council Member Holmes seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Nielsen, Council Member Holmes, Mayor Aymon, Council Member Sowers, all voted aye, Council Member Giles voted no,and the motion carried. AB 19-163 Review of Council and Mayor Salaries and Direction to Staff City Clerk BessieJo Wagner presented the review of Council and Mayor Salaries. The current monthly salary for a City Council Member is$225 and$375 for the Mayor.City Council Members MCCALL CITY COUNCIL Page 9 of 10 July 25, 2019 Regular Meeting Page 15 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet and the Mayor also receive all benefits afforded to regular full-time employees of the city of McCall as described in the annual "Employee Benefits Guide" including Idaho PERSI retirement benefits. These salaries and benefits were adopted in 2017 which was a$25 a month increase after 26 years of no increases. State code provides that a Council may adjust salaries for Council Members during election years in August. After a brief discussion, Mayor Aymon, Council Member Giles, and Council Member Sowers were in support of a $25 increase. Council Member Holmes and Council Member Nielsen were fine with leaving the salaries as they are. Council Member Giles moved to bring back an ordinance reflecting a $25 increase. Council Member Sowers seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Giles, Council Member Sowers, Mayor Aymon, and Council Member Holmes all voted aye, Council Member Nielsen voted no, and the motion carried. Upcoming Meetings Schedule Discussion Council discussed upcoming meetings. EXECUTIVE SESSION At 7:49 p.m. Council Member Nielsen moved to go into Executive Session for: Litigation — 74-206(1)(f) To communicate with legal counsel for the public agency to discuss the legal ramifications of and legal options for pending litigation, or controversies not yet being litigated but imminently likely to be litigated. The mere presence of legal counsel at an executive session does not satisfy this requirement. Council Member Holmes seconded the motion. In a roll call vote, Council Member Nielsen, Council Member Holmes, Mayor Aymon, Council Member Giles, and Council Member Sowers all voted aye and the motion carried. Council discussed a legal issue. RETURN TO OPEN SESSION At 8:55 p.m. Council Member Giles moved to return to Open Session. Council Member Holmes seconded the motion.In a voice vote,all members voted aye and the motion carried. ADJOURNMENT Without further business,Mayor Aymon adjourned the meeting at 8:56 p.m. ATTEST: Jackie J.Aymon, Mayor BessieJo Wagner, City Clerk MCCALL CITY COUNCIL Page 10 of 10 July 25, 2019 Regular Meeting Page 16 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet MINUTES McCall City Council Regular Meeting McCall City Hall --Legion Hall July 26,2019 Call to Order and Roll Call Work Session Adjournment CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL Mayor Aymon called the special meeting of the McCall City Council to order at 9:00 a.m. Mayor Aymon, Council Member Giles, Council Member Holmes, Council Member Nielsen, and Council Member Sowers all answered roll call. City staff members present were Anette Spickard, City Manager; BessieJo Wagner, City Clerk; Erin Greaves, Communications Manager; Linda Stokes, City Treasurer; Michelle Groenevelt, Community Development Director; Delta James, Economic Development Planner; Kurt Wolf, Parks and Recreation Director;Nathan Stewart,Public Works Director; Public Art Advisory Committee member present were Dave Peugh, Craig Vroom, Susan Dixon, Karla Eitel, Claire Remsberg, Susan Farber and Judy Drake Also, in attendance was Karl LeClair, Public Art Manager for the City of Boise WORK SESSION: JOINT WITH PUBLIC ART ADVISORY COMMITTEE I AB 19-168 Work Session with Public Art Advisory Committee Economic Development Planner Delta James presented the work session with the Public Art Advisory Committee (PAAC) and introduced the PAAC members and Karl LeClair, Public Art Manager for the City of Boise,who presented information to City Council and the members of the McCall Public Art Advisory Committee about the benefits of public art, provide examples of artwork types and programs from other towns, and facilitated a discussion with the group to provide guidance on how to proceed with a successful Placemaking with Public Art Project(public artwork for the downtown core). Mr. LeClair manages and promotes public art projects and cultural policies for the City of Boise's Percent-for-Art program.Together with the city's Arts and History Commission and community-based review panels, he facilitates Boise's public artist selection process and oversees the development and execution new public art projects.The Council Member,staff,and PAAC members introduced themselves and shared their experiences related to art. Mr.LeClair shared different art projects around Boise and discussed how art is used to attract and promote businesses and residents, explained the cash flow process, ownership and community building by creating a unique identity and space,citizen involvement and pride,and creating access and exposure for everyone. He went through a couple of sample projects to show how MCCALL CITY COUNCIL Page 1 of 4 July 26, 2019 Special Meeting Page 17 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet individualistic each city can make the program. Economic Development Planner James briefly discussed the McCall Public Art Masterplan. The discussion then moved to Art for the Downtown. Each Council Member was asked to share what they did not like about the art that was selected for the downtown. Council Member Nielsen would like more functional art and he felt putting in a large permanent structure in the middle of the sidewalk bump outs would make it less functional for events, etc. Council Member Holmes stated her response was in reaction to feedback in the community. She personally likes functional art and would like to see benches or something historical. T poke witot lijibmoney spent on the art before the ta. MIL Dave Peugh expressed confusion over Council Member Holmes comment regarding the costs as those monies were already allocated specifically for the art from the beginning and did not understand a concern about the cost issue. Mr. LeClair stated that sometimes a project must be revisited and there are ways to mitigate these issues. Council Member Giles stated he is supportive of the process and trusting the staff and committee decisions. Council Member Sowers stated most of the people he spoke with felt it was artificial aesthetics next to natural beauty, and he felt like timing was off as people needed to get used to the new downtown space plus issues like snow removal was a concern. He feels something more versatile could be put in the space. Mr. LeClair summarized the importance of a balance between the built environment and natural environment to not compete with the natural resources and view sheds that exist here. Mayor Aymon stated she is also a process person and trusts the process. She was involved in the events that took place and pointed out there were 105 respondents to the community outreach which she felt was a good number of people. Economic Development Planner James gave a quick summarization of what she was hearing from the Council. - - •..__ .., . s .. :r ; _ , dc�e•• nigr.obistruot spaceoand introductioastiminpwere the komaointg. Mr. LeClair explained the importance for cost savings and flexibility when the art can be designed and integrated during construction phase. Knowing what kind of materials, themes, desired outcome, and use of the space need to be figured out before the call for artist begins. It is an advantage to work in conjunction of the construction project over presenting the project after the fact. Staff asked for feedback on what the Council wanted in moving forward for the art downtown. Cosi' " lserrt et morecommunity participation. Council Member Holrrr feels heeds to see dia., project come to fruition and would like to see more public support. Gileogis cagraned al at giving a.vague direction only to repeat this scenario again. H•+wa ts toJfisow �x,lprocesa,rjie Council•mants from themikaff in moving formwd. Council Member Sowers proposed the questions of what if the community likes the space with no art and what is the theme for this area? He likes the open space. Mor Aymon spoke to the broader audience and reNTIPtivElorePRImpritriveviimorriiiiie comments that were not-ort of the project. jaAgijiiiiiiiialiviiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifigwortioiromriatot delaathe art ice! PAAC members and staff shared thoughts about the bear sculpture defining its space(not the other way around), putting ideas out to the public to give them time to process, more community MCCALL CITY COUNCIL Page 2 of 4 July 26, 2019 Special Meeting Page 18 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet engagement for the call for artist in defining what is wanted, preliminary testing, the extra costs, the selection process,promotion events, and a timeline. General Council consensus was to use the same type of process used for the selection of the Lardo Bridge art. The time frame would be over a two-year period. Council Member Holmes moved to remand the Placemaking with Public Art project to the McCall Public Art Advisory Committee for artwork selection in accordance with the City of McCall Public Art Policies. Council Member Sowers seconded the motion.In a roll call vote Council Member Holmes, Council Member Sowers,Mayor Aymon, Council Member Giles, and Council Member Nielsen all voted aye and the motion carried. WORK SESSION: BUDGET City Treasurer Linda Stokes presented the budget work session and explained the agenda and changes from the last discussion. Public Comment Mayor Aymon called for public comment at 11:30 a.m. Hearing no comments,Mayor Aymon closed the comment period at 11:30 a.m. Review of Personnel Costs Comparisons Changes to the Personnel budget includes the Council approved small increase to the Mayor and Council Member salaries, a funded full time Code Enforcement officer, and a permanent 16-hour Airport Administration position. Property Tax Allocation City IfrelrffETTMITTrrned the Growth and Anne e (is inrilmied in req' 4°$181.340, tht 1 oregone amount (not included in 1st budget request) 79 aid � ,er t alpcowner's exemilommlime Review of Draft Capital Improvement Projects (CIP) Staff and the Council discussed the Capital Improvement Projects including the City Manager recommendations. The Airport Master Plan was added to the Airport contingency funding and the proposal to add one vehicle to the Police Department rotation. Staff answered questions about Brown Park, various Water Treatment and Distribution projects, various Street projects, Airport Master Plan, Police car funding, Public Works Facility Master Plan, and Library Expansion funding. Financial Policy and Residual City Manager Anette Spickard presented the Resolutionl9-13 to revise the Fund Balance Policy and went over her recommendations. AB 19-169 Adopt Resolution 19-13 to Revise the Fund Balance Policy At the June 28, 2019 budget work session, Council directed staff to return with a revised Fund Balance Policy that provides for an Assigned Reserve for Housing Policy Implementation. The City Treasurer provided a 5-year history of Fund Balances for Council review. The City Manager MCCALL CITY COUNCIL Page 3 of 4 July 26, 2019 Special Meeting Page 19 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet recommends the amount of the reserve be calculated as 5% of the unassigned fund balance after all other minimum fund balance requirements are met under the current policy. Staff answered questions and the Council discussed. Council Member Giles is good with a conservative approach. Council Member Nielsen would like to see more details. Staff explained that can be given as the projects move forward. He also suggested a Housing Advisory Committee to work similarly like the Public Art Advisory Committee. Council Member Holmes likes that they can increase if needed. Council Member Giles moved to adopt Resolution 19-13 to revise the City's Fund Balance Policy to provide for an Assigned Reserve of 5% for Housing Policy Implementation and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. Council Member Nielsen seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Giles, Council Member Nielsen, Mayor Aymon, Council Member Holmes,and Council Member Sowers all voted aye and the motion carried. Overview of the Draft Budget and City Council Deliberation City Manager Spickard gave an overview of the draft Budget explaining how the changes were incorporated into the budget in order to make it balance. She went over the snow removal program budgetary impact and staff answered questions about program options, costs, equipment and personnel needed, revenue, and possible challenges to address. Staff recommends waiting to decide a course of action until after the community work session. City Treasurer Stokes provided the tentative budget for FY20 at$39,050,057 and the Council briefly discussed. Council Member Giles moved to set Tentative budget for City of McCall for FY20 at 39,050,057. Council Member Holmes seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Giles, Council Member Holmes, Mayor Aymon, Council Member Nielsen, and Council Member Sowers all voted aye and the motion carried. FY20 Budget Development Next Steps The FY20 Budget Public Hearing is on August 08 at 5:30 p.m., there is no Foregone taken thus Foregone Public Hearing has been removed, and the FY20 Budget Adoption on August 08. ADJOURNMENT Without further business, Mayor Aymon adjourned the meeting at 1:16 p.m. ATTEST: Jackie J. Aymon, Mayor BessieJo Wagner, City Clerk MCCALL CITY COUNCIL Page 4 of 4 July 26, 2019 Special Meeting Page 20 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet This Memorandum may be amended or supplemented in writing, if the writing is signed by the party obligated under this Memorandum. SEVERABILITY If any provision of this Memorandum is found to be invalid or unenforceable for any reason, the remaining provisions will continue to be valid and enforceable. If a court finds that any provision of the Memorandum is invalid or unenforceable, but that by limiting such provision it would become valid and enforceable, then such provision will be deemed to be written, constructed and enforced as so limited. UNDERSTANDING It is mutually agreed upon and understood by and among the Partners of the Memorandum that: a. Each Partner will work together in a coordinated fashion for the fulfillment of the Project. b. In no way does this agreement restrict involved Partners from participating in similar agreements with other public or private agencies, organizations and individuals. c. To the extent possible, each Partner will participate in the development of the Project. d. This Memorandum will be effective upon the signature of both Partners. e. Any Partner may terminate its participation in this Memorandum by providing written notice to other Partner. SIGNATORIES This Agreement shall be signed on behalf of City of McCall and McCall Rotary Club. This Agreement shall be effective as of the date first written above. McCall Rotary Club City of McCall Board Member Jackie J.Aymon, Mayor Attest: BessieJo Wagner, City Clerk Page 3 of 3 MOU McCall Rotary Club August 12,2019 Page 75 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-180 Meeting Date August 22, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Originator Department Approvals Initials or Supporter Discussion and direction for selection of law firm Mayor i Council to provide legal services to the City of McCall City Manager Originator Clerk effective October 1, 2019 Treasurer Community Development Police Department Public Works Golf Course COST IMPACT: $100,000-$125,000 annually Parks and Recreation FUNDING General Fund Airport SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: FY2020 Information Systems Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT: As a result of the City's Request for Proposal for Legal Services,the Council interviewed the law firms of Naylor&Hales, PC; Parsons,Behle&Latimer; and White Peterson at the beginning of the August 8,2019 regular council meeting. Staff requests Council discussion and direction on which firm to enter into negotiations for a contract. The goal is to have a final contract for Council's approval at the September 26,2019 regular session with a start date of October 1, 2019. 64i 1-4k RECOMMENDED ACTION: Select the law firm of for the provision of legal services to the City of McCall and direct the City Manager to prepare a contract for Council review and approval at the September 26, 2019 regular meeting. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION May 24,2019 Council requested a Legal Services Request for Proposal(RFP)be issued June 13,2019 Council approved RFP for release on June 14,2019 July 25,2019 Council selected three firms to interview on August 9,2019 August 9,2019 Council requested City Manager to check references of the firms and continue discussion to August 22,2019. Page 76 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet From: Todd McKenna To: Raccialn Wagnar Subject: Golf Advisory Committee Date: Tuesday,July 16,2019 7:09:13 PM ---This email is from an external sender. Be cautious and DO NOT open links or attachments if the sender is unknown. --- Hi BessieJo, I'd like to put my name in the hat for the golf committee. I chaired the committee many years ago and over the last few years have began to be more active at the course. I have had a season pass the last few years and saw that that was one of the requirements. I feel Allen and Eric are doing a great job and would like to be able to come along side them and put my two cents in. Thanks for the consideration. Thanks Todd McKenna HomeCraft Home Inspections cell: Page 79 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-181 Meeting Date August 22, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Originator Department Approvals Initials or Supporter Receive an Update on Valley County's Process to Mayor/Council Update the Waterways Ordinance Applicable to City Manager yel6c- Originator Clerk Big Payette Lake Treasurer Community Development Police Department Public Works Golf Course COST IMPACT: Parks and Recreation FUNDING Airport SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: Information Systems Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT: At the August 8, 2019 regular council meeting, the City Council requested an update on Valley County's next steps for creating a new waterways ordinance for regulation of Big Payette Lake. County Commissioner Dave Bingaman will provide an update. RECOMMENDED ACTION: Provide feedback to Commissioner Bingaman RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION , h e� `31c9 //4-1,‘/-7C er rl f 4" 3 J.4 Page 80 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet 6 /c_)t - re kr}lo ?a7.ak I ,a 4- W-44-14.-- ( C L ,-- 1,J o ricarti • 6"" - amu, J- U,WS t S 1 - k , t a 04 4 L c� J'D o g � —u, (rte l uc - b P - 1,4r6-e ( C`h e v c n ,-f-OGer> 1 • BLANK PAGE Page 81 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-187 Meeting Date August 22, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Originator Department Approvals Initials or Supporter 2019 West Central Mountains Economic Mayor/Council Development Council's Mid-Year Report City Manager •I� Clerk y Originator Treasurer Community Development Police Department ' G"� ei�/ Public Works 1 Golf Course COST IMPACT:: N/A Parks and Recreation FUNDING N/A Airport SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: N/A Information Systems Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT: The West Central Mountains Economic Development Council's (WCMEDC)charter was first adopted on July 25, 2012 and last amended on October 23,2012. Their Charter states that they formed this Council: To encourage Valley County communities, businesses and organizations to act more cohesively towards an improved local economy, To solicit or assist projects that substantially strengthen the local economy (through business stimulation; community & infrastructure development; sector development), To inspire and solicit creative("outside the box") solutions for issues at hand, To attract businesses and economic opportunities to the region, To assist in the creation and maintenance of a climate that fosters economic growth and viability. The WCMEDC's Executive Director Andrew Menzer will present their 2019 mid-year report to Council their 2019 Work Plan is attached. RECOMMENDED ACTION: None—Information Only RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION Page 82 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet �•�tai- 61441 — 1?),a)iKti Y • spiaj — Ula `6t= too ,Sa h a1- 1 jut ., — �yv a�j— se.-✓cc-. �-�u�s�''Y �f�L, Mks" .` ray wJ aF.-s.4z— A 6 J • 40144110 N41811.6. 1 SCt VU el to ( . S t4idS4 r God re-44(r .r ecohdykt tc : tk -6 (dry` c,- a,,-kJsov cGv, I--a 0- WEST CENTRAL MOUNTAINSast ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL Valley County•Cascade•Donnelly•McCall•Mea ow Valley &Cc�'Jl,."0. � 40D . Pare 2019 Work Plan--items of importance tha we will continue to work on in 2019 and in the future. N „yt-a )c,-- S;eraU.- Pisii,se_44-c - KEY: L1.l!k /4--tVpiLfGc /t 6'rAcif-1 kb nor44-' (/ice otAt 1-r# Q1a- Beit Put"J• (,Cfe-444Vice 0tside. ,? miii ,.c.4114.* e.t�_ /1. s ou -/TV-70A a'14-4 114 eo-r--ee/ f+'4 &` Tactrd d(5( lat, lied« Page 83 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet Page 84 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet Page 85 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet i-or- c Litvhc_- McCALL CITY COUNCIL - 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL 1 n'c 0 ` McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-186 Meeting Date August 22, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Originator Department Approvals Initials or Supporter Review of the McCall Community Center Updated Mayor/Council Bylaws and Discussion - City Manager �lerk Originator 4- • i d 644411,01 Treasurer C �- Community Development enki ,-4� " Police Department t^011 MO eii A Public Works _ YJ 'tJ'- + -, Golf Course COST IMPACT: (,,0 y tJYIe 1'u4'r�- Parks and Recreation FUNDING �//���� a Airport SOURCE: `TOW t_n�1',,'`� TM- Library TIMELINE: / Information Systems ,U< I'I-TT Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT: die/ t*' 01-tee i' q if `pw4 , Tqlesolote640Eleoessoulci4ike the opportuni4,4046011111110PIPPRIMPINIIIIMO groilliPPRINiMpliilminmilinimC ity Council Member% The attached amended bylaws for the McCall Community Center dated ealiplit2019 is for the review iew,rielirfouniffitlettber.They would like to discuss the following: • Their updated Bylaws GO k n • The current Board Members y • Their request for a City representative on Their Board („,_:, '`c' S ektPe • The name and contact information of The Center Director • The current Goals & Objectives of the Center •-- ' 9 ' • The future plans of the McCall City Center Plaza 'n_ I • The inclusion of Community Center �v`Jr-enf Welk-IA I t '`) RECOMMENDED ACTION: ` s� ryQr f //t L ,451 t*e- e01004-(34:54(1)Discussion and possible direction to staff > lS rv1- C/ !S RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION eelti 4,Ie ln�� MEETING DATE ACTION j-0 Ye • fr fic" er Oetv rr 00(Ili Ogroir--- - 1- * ? S,mterY l-".-% " dr1 --- )1 I? 1)Ati Ar oil k , fif 1.:.6`o 3- { � �- `?. e v.,vb5 — Yit,i,( 4' Q 4, Page 86 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet (BSc - gv\d/ � vytzAt wtt€/,o - } 'V cAAN e5d,« _cam S.enty 'CCK✓ Q 111/4' j'w McCall Senior Citizens, INC.014-414 Otz a4 44 /nJ ` l j DBA The McCall Community Center `( Amended Bylaws - July 9, 2019 ((vv1 - Mission and Purposes AA dt.44- .,-)V Section 1. Mission: The McCall Community Center("Center") is a non-profit organization that `4 re - - - - - - - - . • d ty. We will accomplish this by developing, providing, and promoting a plifpfflttimertererkkortragtirisimmisui, and oftwimumiummMilPIPIONIMII exe pioPPO 4.ts, infL..... IOn, assiL. t1 , if01.111...1110 rams, and s, with failIAMININNOW sQn4x. fnr c -nior and dolts. We feel it is our duty to cimmissommimmeme of Section 2. Purpose: The purpose of this corporation shall be: A. To establish and provide responsible silibindis, such as natinit em, tr...traliOlosobelpirn, sowai. asPI Ries, ousing, health, homemakers, social and rehabilitation services, social security, legal aid, etc.) taimgallows (50 years old and over) s. B. To receive donations and contributions from any person, firm or corporation, government agency, or other source to carry out the purpose of this corporation. C. To apply for and receive grants, matching funds, and other assistance from any agency of the state and federal government, business, or individual willing to support the tic/tit/8tic/tit/8 Center. ()-"t'o L D. Tome and . . - . . -. . . . u - - - • . . . . .r dle49kI^t^--- she, and to manage and o I \t E. To do any and all things convenient and incidental to the purpose of the corporation and generally to have and to exercise all such powers as are by law conferred upon such corporations of like character. F. And in carrying out the purpose of the corporation, to do any and all things and exercise any and all powers notoputiliMilwaliSpimpluggiFieriitPPIMPP.MTvoniiit. G. This or•. . . •.. " - _ -- - • - • • - • . . - . .. - seUiriA 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue_(cdo. 1-Ae7( / ��f f^OVK otlel,- — (C( 6-Lje ` Page 87 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet ' kr 5-v30 Notwithstanding any other provision of these articles, the corporation shall not carry on any other activities not permitted to be carried on (a) by a corporation exempt from Federal income tax under 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, or the corresponding provision of any future United States Internal Revenue law, or(b) by a corporation's contributions which are deductible under section 170(c)(2) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, or corresponding provision of any future United States Internal Revenue law. Article I— Members and Dues Section 1: Regular Members: 4.1.11IIIPPIPirmieffirM171117FTIMITMIMITIMMITIt •- .. - - - - Section 2: Friends of the Senor Center Members: Business organizations or individuals who desire access to the facilities as a regular member of the Center for the furtherance of their activities or business. Section 3: Dues: The annual dues shall be determined by the Board and brought to the membership for approval. A vote of 50% of those present is needed for approval.The Board of Directors ("Directors") may vote to change the annual dues at any meeting. Section 4: Payment: Dues should be paid on or before June 30, and prior to the annual board meeting, to be eligible to vote at the meeting. Article II— Meetings Section 1:Annual Meetings: An annual meeting of the membership shall be held on the second Tuesday of July of each year for the purpose of electing the Directors. The Directors shall hold its election of officers as soon as possible thereafter. Section 2: Special Meetings: Special meetings may be held at any time on call of the Chairperson or by any two of the members of the Directors. The call or request shall specify the time, place, and object of the meeting. Section 3: Notice of Meeting: The Secretary shall give notice of annual meetings not less than ten (10) days prior to the date of such meetings and of special meetings not less than five (5) days prior to the date of such meeting. Section 4: Place of Meeting: The annual or special meeting shall be held in the principal office of the corporation, or such place as the Directors may designate. Section 5: Vote: A quorum at the annual or any membership meeting shall be 25%of membership of the organization. A majority of votes cast shall decide all issues, unless otherwise provided in these Bylaws. Article Ill— Board of Directors Page 88 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet , Section 1: Powers: The powers of the Directors shall include the power to determine major personnel, fiscal and program policies to approve overall program plans and priorities and to assure compliance with the conditions of and approve proposals for financial assistance. Section 2: Composition: Th - . _One of these Directors shall be chosen by the City of McCall ("City") and another Director shall be chosen by the St. Luke's McCall Hospital ("Hospital"). All the remaining seven Directors shall be elected by the membership of The Center. If a nominee is not present at the election, then they must have, prior to the election, submitted to the Secretary of the Directors a signed statement that they will accept the position if elected. Vacancies on the Board of Directors shall be filled by an appointee approved by majority of the Directors. The appointee shall serve for the remainder of the term of the person replaced. In addition, until the designated Director positions allocated to the City or Hospital are filled, the Directors shall appoint alternate Director(s) to participate in the meetings. The Directors elected at the annual meeting shall be elected for a term of three years on a staggered on a best effort basis. Section 3: Election Procedures: In May the Chairperson shall appoint a Nomination Committee of three (3) Members to seek qualified candidates to fill all open elected positions, with special attention given to ensure representation of Center personnel as well as to ensure statewide representation. One of the three Nomination Committee Members shall be a Director. On the second Thursday of June, the nomination/election committee shall present their recommendations to the Directors in preparation for the upcoming member vote by secret ballot on the third Tuesday of June. Section 4: Meetings: Th: 1' - • •• _ •• - - - . • • - TturzilayaadalmixabaLtiaaqyarassahwartortgnless otherwise announced and notice given to all Board members. A quorum for regular and special meetings shall be 50%of the Directors. Section 5: Removal: Removal of Directors shall be by two-thirds vote of the total Board of Directors. A Director may be removed by the Board of Directors when the interests of the corporation would be best served thereby. Article IV—Officers Section 1: Election: At a regular meeting each year the Directors shall elect a Chairperson, Vice Chairperson, Secretary, and Treasurer, who shall hold office for a term of one (1) year.The Director Coordinator for the Center may be elected as a non-voting Secretary of the Board. Section 2: Chairperson: The Chairperson shall preside at meetings and have voice and vote on issues of the corporation and the Directors. He/She shall have charge of and be responsible for the administration of the corporation's routine business affairs under the direction of the Page 89 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet Directors, except duties specifically vested in other offices of the corporation by the articles of incorporation or bylaws; he/she shall execute in the name of the corporation all documents required by the Directors and shall perform such other duties as the Directors shall direct. Section 3: Vice Chairperson: The Vice Chairperson shall perform the duties and exercise the power of the Chairperson in the event of absence or disability of the Chairperson. He/She shall perform such other duties as the Directors shall direct, unless the Articles of Incorporation or Bylaw specifically vests such powers and duties in other officers of the corporation. Section 4: Secretary: The Secretary shall keep a complete record of the minutes of membership meetings and of its Directors. He/She shall execute, in conjunction with the Chairperson, all documents required by law,the Articles of Incorporation, these Bylaws, or which may be necessary or proper to carry out their provisions; he/she shall perform such other administrative duties pertaining to his/her office, as may be required by the Directors and the Chairperson. Section 5:Treasurer: The Treasurer shall represent the Directors in negotiations or discussions related to the fiscal operations of the agency. He/She shall report to the Board of Directors on any financial matters needing the Board's attention and assure that good fiscal procedures are followed. Article V— Fiscal Year The fisc. . • •' • : •= - - • • anuary . •- - .- - -ar. The operating year of this corporation shall run from July 1 to June 30 of the following calendar year. Article VI —Corporate Seal The seal of this corporation shall be circular with the name of the corporation around the border with the words "Corporate Seal" in the center. Article VII—Amendments These McCall Community Center Bylaws may be amended by proposing the change to a special or regular meeting of the Directors, called for that purpose or announced at least 30 days before a vote of consideration of the amendments is taken. Approval of amendments require a two-thirds vote of the Directors and a majority vote of Members at an annual meeting or special membership meeting where a minimum of 25%of the members are attending. Article VIII—Rules of Order At all meetings of the general membership, Directors, or Committees, Robert's Rules of Order, Revised, will apply. Article IX—Organizations Status Page 90 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet T • .- .- - • . - -. upe11 uissoiuuon the uirecto rsT(a) (b) return reipiaaestillits. Any remaining assets shall be disbursed according to the Directors. Such disbursements shall be made, provided that such distributions shall be to such an organization or organizations organized and operated exclusively for the same objects and purposes as this Corporation, provided said entity if selected by the Directors is then able and willing to receive said assets and said entity then qualifies as an exempt organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Code. It is the purpose and intent of this Article that upon dissolution of this Corporation, all its assets shall go and be distributed exclusively for charitable purposes under Section 501(c)(3) of the Code. Any assets not disposed of in the foregoing manner shall be disposed of by the court of proper jurisdiction in the county in which the principal office of the Corporation is then located, and such distribution shall be exclusively for such purposes or such organization or organizations, as said court shall determine, which are organized and operated exclusively for the purposes set out herein. Article X—Conflict of Interest Section 1: Conflict of Interest: A conflict of interest transaction is a transaction with the corporation in which a director or officer of the corporation has a direct or indirect interest. A conflict of interest transaction is not avoidable or the basis for imposing liability on the Director or Officer if: A. The transaction is fair to the Corporation at the time it was entered, B. The material facts of the transaction and the Director's or Officer's interests are disclosed or known to the Board of Directors, C. The Directors considers and in good faith determines, after reasonable investigation in the circumstances, that the corporation could not obtain a more advantageous arrangement with reasonable effort in the circumstances, D. The Corporation enters into the transaction for its own benefit, and E. The transaction is approved by a majority vote of the entire Board of Directors. For the purposes of this section, a Director or Officer of the Corporation has an indirect interest in a transaction if: A. An entity other than the corporation in which the Director or Officer has a material interest or in which the Director or Officer is a general partner in a party to the transaction, or Page 91 of l63 2019.08.16 Council Packet B. An entity other than the corporation in which the Director or Officer has a material interest or in which the Director or Officer is a director, officer, or trustee of a party to the transaction. For the purposes of this section, a conflict of interest transaction is authorized, approved, or ratified if it receives the affirmative majority vote of the Directors who have no direct or indirect interest in the transaction. A transaction may not be authorized, approved, or ratified by a single Director. If a majority vote of the Directors who have no direct or indirect interest in the transaction vote to authorize, approve, or ratify the transaction, a quorum+s must be present for the purpose of taking action under this section. The presence of a vote cast by a Director with a direct or indirect interest in the transaction does not affect the validity of any action taken under this section if the transaction is otherwise approved as provided in the section. Section 2: Loans to or Guaranties for Directors and Officers: The Corporation may not lend money to or guarantee the obligation of a Director or Officer of the Corporation provided, however that the corporation may advance money to a Director or Officer of the Corporation for the expenses reasonably anticipated to be incurred in the performance of the duties of such Director or Officer if, in the absence of such advance, such Director or Officer would be entitled to be reimbursed for such expenses by the Corporation. Article XI —Approval of Amended Bylaws These Amended Bylaws of the McCall Senior Citizens, Inc. was approved at a meeting of the Board of Directors on , 20 and by a majority of the Members at a meeting on , 20 Originally Signed Secretary for the Board of Directors, Page 92 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet BLANK PAGE Page 93 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-184 Meeting Date August 22, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Originator Department Approvals Initials or Supporter Request to Approve SUB-04-15 Minor Plat Mayor/Council Amendment for Timbercrest Subdivision City Manager 54/5S- Clerk Treasurer Community Development )4 Originator 1/)/(31/4. Police Department Public Works Golf Course COST IMPACT: N/A Parks and Recreation FUNDING N/A Airport SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: ASAP Information Systems Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT: The property owner, Continental Bank, has applied for a Minor Subdivision Plat Amendment to replat a 1.5-acre parcel within the existingeliFimbenureelnembdisision descri bets tn L,vC , DLJUr 2. to remove *1w tion ;Gera- -"-Lot" and-to e it to a s, t Iden t. c e ha been off; �� � � � Jved bye HOA. At its August 6, 2019 regularly scheduled meeting, the McCall Area Planning and Zoning unanimously recommended minor plat amendment to City Council for approval. Staff Report, draft Findings of Fact documents, and plat are attached. RECOMMENDED ACTION: Approve Subdivision Minor Plat Amendment application SUB-04-15 as recommended by the McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION 611 rcllr sift&piIasi do-- Page `Page 94 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet McCall City Council Staff Report SUB-04-15 Timbercrest Minor Plat Amendment August 22, 2019 Applicant: Continental Bank Agent: Steve Millemann Application: Subdivision Minor Plat Amendment Zoning: R4—Low Density Residential Description A replat of a 1.5 acre parcel located within the existing Timbercrest Subdivision described as Lot 7, Block 2,to remove it's identification as a "Common Lot" and to convert it to a single family residential lot. This subdivision was approved under the old McCall Code, and development of this parcel as a common lot with a club house was not a condition of the original subdivision application, nor was it a code requirement at the time.There is - - - - .• - - - - g otoolommffirIMIR and IrigiiiiiiiiiiimilmuniummitiiiiilaPPRIMMINIMIMminiar Code Narrative Minor subdivision plat amendments are permitted pursuant to McCall City Code section 9.2.07. Procedural History At its June 4, 2019, regularly scheduled meeting,the McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission reviewed the pre-application. During their regularly scheduled August 6, 2019 meeting,thiPMMPl1!la Pla ' . - -- - - - • f Comments Agency— McCall City Engineer In an email dated July 2, 2019,the City Engineer stated that ramifies= � :+v.d.r .., +:�..of the chin�t lnt Payette Lakes Recreational Water and Sewer District (PLRWSD) The application was distributed to the PLRWSD more than thirty(30) prior to the August 6, 2019 McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission meeting date. In an email dated July 11, 2019,Rrc'GGSu STatec , t McCall City Council Page 1 of 2 Staff Report SUB-04-15:Timbercrest Minor Amendment August 22,2019 Page 95 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet County Surveyor In a review letter dated July 15, 2019,the aisiiimliumirrammiliselmiesseismiliegps as follows but found that the plat complies and recommended approval: 1. Sheet 1—Don't forget to add the Survey Narrative per Idaho Code—Effective 07/01/19 2. Sheet 1, note 5—check the spelling of the word "on" 3. Sheet 1, legend, last item—check the spelling of the word "subdivision" 4. Sheet 2, Cert of Owners, line "b"—check the verbiage"to a point the southwest" 5. Sheet 2, Cert of Owners, line "4"—change the bearing to NW 6. Sheet 2, check date in some of the notary acknowledgements Niue In an email dated July 9, 2019, McCall Fire Stated they NIIIIPPIIIIIMIPPIIIIPIPPPIPIPpillkation. Public—No public comments have been received to date. Conditions of Approval 1. Prior to recordation of the final plat,the applicant sha johmitdinital filpc.,f+ho iimade+ iai in aisefflielliTerevailifilipitaillaitiSiiiiiiiiiiien Standards (DDSS)for City of McCall review and approval. 2. T • or the su ot. 3. The applicant shall provide the City of McCall with a .PDF cnn"iff tha jer^r 66 niter iiDi ediately uprdation. McCall City Council Page 2 of 2 Staff Report SUB-04-15:Timbercrest Minor Amendment August 22,2019 Page 96 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet Timbercrest Minor Amendment—Findings of Fact McCall City Council—AUGUST 22,2019 Page 1of7 IN RE: McCALL CITY COUNCIL Timbercrest Minor Amendment) FINDINGS OF FACT,CONCLUSIONS OF LAW,AND Subdivision ) DECISION Application Number: SUB-04-15 FINDINGS OF FACTS Applicant: Continental Bank Representative(s): Steve Millemann Application: Nfireigitigii,a4r5 asre parcel located within the existing Timbercrest Subdivision,, a,,described as Lot 7, Block 2,to remove it's identification as a "Common Lot"and tip convert it to a single family residential lot. Companion Application(s): N/A Location: Lot 7, Block 2 of Timbercrest Subdivision Phase 1 situate in the SE 1/4 of the SE of Section 7,T18N, R3E, B.M., City of McCall,Valley County, Idaho. Property Address: 451 W.Timbercrest Loop, McCall, ID 83638 Pre-Application Meeting Date:June 4, 2019 Public Notices: Public Noticing is not required for minor plat amendments. Procedural History: During their regularly scheduled August 6, 2019 meeting,the+AcCall Areas P ening and Zoning Commission unanimously recommended the minor plat plication to City Council for approval. Zoning Districts: R4—Low Density Residential Property Size: The gc,pargelis.65,558=sq.ft.(1.5 acre. ) Parking Spaces: As a single family lot,the property owner would be required to provide a minimum of tw .parking spaces on site when the lot is developed. Page 97 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet Timbercrest Minor Amendment—Findings of Fact McCall City Council—AUGUST 22,2019 Page 2 of 7 APPROVAL STANDARDS Title 9, Chapter 1 Subdivision and Development Provisions 1. The applicant, based on the size of the proposed subdivision, may be required to submit an accompanying Planned Unit Development application [MCC 9.1.02.E &Table 9.1.02]. The original subdivision and subject property are not part of a Planned Unit Development because the subdivision application was approved under the prior code which did not require PUD applications for developments of a certain size. 2. No subdivision shall be approved which affects the ability of a political subdivision of the state, including school districts,to deliver services without compromising quality or service delivery to current residents or imposing substantial additional costs upon current residents, unless the subdivider provides for the mitigation of the effects of subdivision [MCC 9.1.02.G].The proposed subdivision is within existing taxing districts, including school and fire, and will not impose substantial additional costs upon current residents. 3. When an owner of contiguous parcels proposes to subdivide any portion of the contiguous parcels, an area development plan shall be submitted and approved.The commission and council shall evaluate the following basic site criteria and make appropriate findings of fact regarding the area development plan [MCC 9.1.02.H]. a. Streets,whether public or private, provide an interconnected system and shall be adequate to accommodate anticipated vehicular and pedestrian traffic and to meet the requirements of its functional classification. Streets associated with this subdivision are existing and are not proposed to change as a result of the minor plat amendment. b. Nonvehicular circulation routes provide safe pedestrianways and bicycleways and provide an interconnected system to streets, parks and green space, public lands, or Page 98 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet Timbercrest Minor Amendment—Findings of Fact McCall City Council—AUGUST 22,2019 Page 3 of 7 other destinations. 1g,c pedestrian or bicycle connectivity improvements are proposed for this subdivision. c. Water main lines and sewer main lines are designed in the most effective layout feasible and meeting the applicable standards.The subdivision utilizes City water and is part of the Payette Lakes Recreational Water and Sewer District. d. Other utilities,including power,telephone,and cable, are designed in the most effective layout feasible. N9 changes are proposed to the layout of utilities. e. Park land is most appropriately located on the contiguous parcels. -'--r ""I m is The pooloimmeertirement(MCC 9.3.10)Rlers - - - - - .- . . .. ... ... . . .. . -. . .. - .- - . . •f tiriPmeetlefVerrement. f. Grading and drainage are appropriate to the contiguous parcels.The grading, drainage and stormwater management for will remain unchanged. g. Development avoids easements and hazardous or sensitive natural resource areas. Mr"' 4. The subdivision application contains more than four(4) lots and is therefore not eligible for the Record of Survey procedure [MCC 9.1.05.B.1].The Timbercrest Subdivision includes more than four lots and is therefore not eligible for the Record of Survey procedure. 5. All subdivisions of land, records of survey,and all dedications and vacations of streets must comply with the McCall Area Comprehensive Plan as adopted by the council and with the current zone as defined in title Ill of the McCall City Code [MCC 9.1.06].I'lleiaroptned s rtformitq a Subdivision Design Standards [MCC Title 9,Chapter 3] Page 99 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet Timbercrest Minor Amendment—Findings of Fact McCall City Council—AUGUST 22,2019 Page 4 of 7 1. Blocks:Th- • - - •_ . .r s �f• hision. 2. Lots:The lot is proposed to convert from Common Area to a single family residential lot.The minimum lot size for the zone is 10,000 sq.ft. and the - - • - • -.. - . 3. Streets: a proposed. 4. Alleys: N/A 5. Easements:A 12 ft. snow storage and utility easement is existing along the northerly property line fronting Timbercrest Loop. 6. Pedestrian and Bicycle Pathways and Greenbelts: NiimisilininiipleilllilIPPIPPOISIIMMIVINIIvays APPLINFIPONted. 7. Snow Storage: No change to the current snow storage areas are necessary or proposed as part of the minor plat amendment. 8. Monuments and Signage: No additional monuments or signage is proposed. 9. Parks:The Timbercrest Subdivisions application was approved prior to the parks requirements. Other Provisions Applicable to All Subdivisions and Development [MCC 9.7.09] 1. Public Places:T .•. . •sos- • -•• - - - . • - • v • •• trITIrroirro.n"16 parcel remains. 2. Streets and Access:Streets are existing. 3. Rural Settlement: No additional landscaping is proposed. 4. Culture/Community: N/A 5. Visual: No unique views will be impacted by the proposed subdivision amendment. Page 100 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet Timbercrest Minor Amendment—Findings of Fact McCall City Council—AUGUST 22,2019 Page 5 of 7 6. Architecture: No changes are proposed to the subdivision Design Guidelines which stipulate architectural requirements. 7. Site Design: No lot grading or land disturbance is proposed. DEPARTMENT/AGENCY COMMENTS McCall City Engineer In an email dated July 2,2019,the city,111FRITIPEPTI9r1iTemtfrirTmmvireuito r Payette Lakes Recreational Water and Sewer District (PLRWSD) The application was distributed to the PLRWSD more than thirty(30) prior to the August 6, 2019 McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission meeting date. In an email dated July 11, 2019, PLRWSD stated that they had no comments on the application. County Surveyor In a review letter dated July 15, 2019,the County Surveyor provided minor corrections as follows but found that the plat complies and recommended approval: 1. Sheet 1—Don't forget to add the Survey Narrative per Idaho Code—Effective 07/01/19 2. Sheet 1, note 5—check the spelling of the word "on" 3. Sheet 1, legend, last item—check the spelling of the word "subdivision" 4. Sheet 2, Cert of Owners, line "b"—check the verbiage "to a point the southwest" 5. Sheet 2, Cert of Owners, line "4"—change the bearing to NW 6. Sheet 2, check date in some of the notary acknowledgements McCall Fire In an email dated July 9, 2019, McCall Fire Stated they had no comments on the application. Page 101 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet Timbercrest Minor Amendment—Findings of Fact McCall City Council—AUGUST 22,2019 Page 6 of 7 CONCLUSIONS OF LAW 1. The City of McCall has provided for the processing of application for Subdivision,authorized by Section 67-6512, Idaho Code, pursuant to Title 3, Chapter 13 of McCall City Code. 2. Upon compliance with the conditions noted below,the application meets the Subdivision Standards set forth in Title 9 of McCall City Code. DECISION THEREFORE,the McCall City Council hereby approves this Subdivision application, provided that the following conditions are met: 1. P - . .. . • _ - - . - - accord rds (DDSS)fogliMikkalkilaillnair I. 2. The final plat shall be fully executed and recorded prior to issuance of a building permit for the subject lot. 3. The applicant shall provide the City of McCall with a .PDF copy of the recorded plat immediately upon recordation. NOTICE OF FINAL ACTION AND RIGHT TO REGULATORY TAKING ANALYSIS The Applicant is hereby notified that pursuant to Idaho Code§67-8003, an owner of real property that is the subject of an administrative or regulatory action may request a regulatory taking analysis. Such request must be in writing and must be filed with the City Clerk not more than twenty- eight (28) days after the final decision concerning the matter at issue. A request for a regulatory taking analysis will toll the time period within which a Petition for Judicial Review may be filed. Page 102 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet Book Page of Plats, lost. # FIRST AMENDED TIMBERCREST SUBDIVISION PHASE 1 A replat of Lot 7 Block 2 Timbercrest Subdivision — Phase 1 Located in the SE 1/4 of the SE 1/4 of Section 7, T.18N., R.SE., B.M. C6RTIF7CATE OF OWNERSCity of McCall, Valley County, Idaho OF THE PROPERTY HEREINAFTER DESCRIBED: APPROVAL OF A poi.of Imo Laf 7 oak z TFrbever 00Y*-Lha..I,located h a.south..I/a of THE MCCALL AREA PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION the cep..4/of Secflan 7,TINY.,11.3 E.flY,Vabey ComtA/dale.mare pstlalsly d.oaed --- -- °w APPROVAL OF THE CITY OF McCALL ACCEPTED AND APPROVED THIS_LAY OF ,2019.BY THE MOULD AREA Pot Carte f oast con. Ph.I. on�h Nook IC pop d31 Sect. pots.Menu . oo # L THE UNDERSIGNED. CITY CLERK IN AND FOR THE CITY OF AIDCALL, VALLEY COUNTY,IL NO.as Poem on lho PUNNING AND ION/NC COMMISSION. 301077.R Coonty No'. along No. 01 boon."of.eke 0.et0 7. HEREBY CERTIFY HUT AT A REGULAR MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL HELD ON THE A) S.172.6.50-E.(3166 het tneacr t.patM eale of flon pie mw LAY LW ,2019, THIS'FIRST AMENDED RAIBERCREST SUBOMS/ON PHASE 1'WAS A) N. 'E.,440.07 IN Mf to,e rou,.wt carr o N Lot T,ore POINT ON BEONNMG rn.ww Bong N.Ppd.of.oke Lee T. DULY ACCEPTED AND APPROVED. CHAIR 0) 012100'32.G,6265 feet Iheacw 1) M.4714TINS, fort Pin 3) .111131.34.E., 6.1,6he,et the. APPROVAL OF THE CITY ENGINEER 4.) K119751Y.,11163 bat:01 Inca S) SISI Pfl>E,13131 Mf to N.hes..Dot of o nowt m eve N.P. MAYOR-MoOML,IDAHO 6.) Saufhcat aa,g sake cone 0/Io N.dgnl ha.wg a ra0Ms of 16150 f»c on ac Nngth or I THE ERS/GNEO CITY PL ENGINEER/N AND FOR THE CITY OF MRESr VALLEY COUNTY 10,142 fest t ah a cm.angle of.1,06'.39'ane a P.Paring out drtonce of Sn36'07E, IDAHO, HEREBY APPROVE THIS PUT OF N7R5T AMENDED RNBENL'REST SUBDMS/AY PHASE 1" rater hath tangent from eke a,rn CITY McCALL,AA MCLL,IDAHO 7) SSY•'S SI y@0 a e begin.,"of o lmgnt 4.0 thea d) S440 through along eake to to IM Tgnr h0.2 a rasa,of 2000 Mc an arc leap,of 2010 ML thnvgh a mho'nolo of 60NS.H"one o crud being one distance of 11,10TrE, S SD heO CITY ENGINEER A-McCALL.IDAHO 9.) South ..51041 along a awed la Ne fen ho.9 o iTellus of 13100 fe10.0 et on ac length of 1 feet,through o mhcr and.of 1`5739:one a Pore bekW and Mfann of 313,13'37'*.INN Mea., 1s.)a)NssxSSY.,eau fest aenco. ACKNOWLEDGMENT rz)527/ c.1.94 hi..tt' "° CERTTFICATE OF COUNTY SURVEYOR I1)100655*.1104 Tet Mea. STATE OF W.)MIN WS'S1'01.07063 feet to N.POINT or a6Nr2N0 ( ( GEORGE BOWERS REGISTERED PROFESSIONAL LAND SURVEYOR FOR VALLEY COUNTY, CONTAINING ICI Aay more or lea County of ) IDAHO,DO HEREBY CERTIFY THAT I HIVE CHECKED THIS PUT AND THAT IT COMPLIES IYITH THE STATE OF 001//0 CODE RELATING TO PLAIN AND SUR9£7S met it a a.as,t a a.*awe to ase they m nervy h .ou,en2 r,N.P,en. On this day of 2019,before me, a Notary Public M and for sold State,personally appeared TORI CONTINENTAL BANK,A UTAH CORPORATION J.MOTT,known or Identified to me to be the President of TIMBERCREST COUNTRYSIDE HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION,INC. that executed the Instrument or the parson Who executed the Inetfument an behalf a!sold corporation,and acknowledged to me that such corporation executed the same. By X /Noy*1 dE�E71Ef1f n this�o hereunto tba.,.ltf„d and o!R ed my official sea( the CERTIFICATE OF SURVEYOR IIMBERCREST COUNTRYSIDE HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION,INC. I,RALPH MILLER,DO HEREBY CERTIFY THAT/AM A REGISTERED PROFEJ.3ONAL LAND SURVEYOR NOTARY PUBLIC FOR IDAHO /N 7HE STATE OF IDAHO,AND THAT THIS PUT AS DESCRIBED IN THE'CERRFICAIE OF OWNERS' By My Commission Expires: WAS DRAWN FROM THE FIELD NOTES OF A SURVEY RUDE ON THE GROUND UNDER MY Ion't Leon,PRESCIENT DIRECT SUPERVISION AND ACCURATELY REPRESENTS THE POINTS PLATTED HEREON,AND IS/N CONFORMITY TMH THE STATE OF IDAHO 070E RELATING 70 PUTS AND SURVEYS By dal-LAND E 90TH,SECRETARY RALPH MILLER A„c�p405T'KtO LCI ACKNOWLEDGMENT ACKNOWLEDGMENT 8577 1` STATE OF ) STA IE OF (as. (ea R11 H M4L4� County of .) County of ) On this_day of 2019,before me. On this_day of 2019,before me, CERTIFICATE OF COUNTY TREASURER a Notary Public Int d for sold State,personally appeared Notary Public In and for sold State, TIMBERpersonally appeared JOYCE known or identified to me to be the E.SMITH,known or SAVERled to TO to be the Secretary of the Loo REST I. THE UNDERSIGNED, COUNTY TREASURER IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF VALLEY,STATE OF IDAHO, of CONTINENTAL BANK that executed the Instrument or the person who executed the COUNTRYSIDE HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIADON,INC that executed the Instrument or the Instrument on behalf of said corporation,and acknowledged to me that such person who executed the instrument on behalf of sold corporation,and acknowledged PER THE REONTS OF I.C.50-1304,DO HEREBY CERTIFY MUT ANY AND ALL CURRENT a cerpot/on executed the sane. to me that such corporation executed the same. AND/OR DEL/NOII)EIVTENT COUNTY PROPERTY TAXES FOR THE PROPERTY INCLUDED IN THIS IN ININESS WHEREOF I hove hereunto set my hand and affixed my official sed,the IN*MESS WHEREOF,I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal, the (JO)DAIS ONLHAVY BEEN PAID IN FULL THIS CERRfTG7TON IS VALID FOR THE NEXT THIRTY day and,ear h this certificate first above written. day and year In this certificate first above written. (JO)DAIS ONLY. DATE COUNTY TREASURER NOTARY PUBLIC FOR IDAHO NOTARY PUBLIC FOR IDAHO RP.M05460020070 My Commission Expires: My Commission Expires SECESH ENGINEERING, INC. McCall, Idaho Pai eSHEIN1,t 2 OF 2 2019.08.16 Council Packet McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-185 Meeting Date August 22, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Originator Department Approvals Initials or Supporter Request to Approve SUB-06-04 Minor Plat Mayor/Council Amendment for Crystal Blue Water City Manager qrg, Clerk Condominiums Treasurer Community Development Originator Police Department Public Works Golf Course COST IMPACT: N/A Parks and Recreation FUNDING N/A Airport SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: ASAP Information Systems Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT: The property owner,Net Prophet LLC.has applied for a Minor Subdivision Plat Amendment to adjust foufr of thensiginally pfd multi-iamily,.condoininium buildings. One duplex will be removed and tuti4j403 %ommon areal two other dupieggites will be converted to triplex sites. I he two new triplOPPINftwill immireduc41111111111111g unit footprints. The Nal number of platted condemimimmwill nalwbharige. At its August 6, 2019 regularly scheduled meeting, the McCall Area Planning and Zoning unanimously recommended minor plat amendment to City Council for approval. Staff Report, draft Findings of Fact documents, and plat are attached. RECOMMENDED ACTION: subdivision Minor Plat Amendment application SUB-06-04 as recommended by the McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION Page 108 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet McCall City Council Staff Report SUB-06-04 Minor Amendment Crystal Blue Waters Condominiums 1G 60 s- 4 August 22, 2019 Applicant: Net Prophet LCC a2 S OO 5J �.. Agent: Sasha Childs / � L[-- Application: Minor Plat Amendment 34AF - Zoning: R8—Medium Density Residential Description A Minor Plat Amendment application to adjust four of the originally platted multi-family units.One duplex building will be removed and turned into common area and two other duplex sites will be converted to triplex sites.The two new triplex sites and one other duplex site will have reduced unit footprints.The total number of platted condominiums will not change. Code Narrative Minor subdivision plat amendments are permitted pursuant to McCall City Code section 9.2.07. Comments Agency— Oalley County Cadastral Specialist In an email dated July 10, 2019,the County Cadastral Specialist suggested the applicant review ownership on the certificate of owners prior to final plat recording. Payette Lakes Recreational Water and Sewer District (PLRWSD) This application was distributed to PLRWSD more than thirty(30) days prior to the McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission's August 6, 2019 meeting. In an email dated July 11, 2019,the isimaiglifilhill tion. McCall Fire and EMS Ir}an email dated July 9, 2019,, s H-Fire stat s on the proposed plat amendment. (//Valley County Surveyor In a letter dated July 30, 2019,the County Surveyor provided the minor edits below and reituirirnenaea Naliroiliiilie 1. Place the survey on datum on the City of McCall coordinate system McCall City Council Page 1 of 2 Staff Report SUB-06-04 Minor Amendment:Crystal Blue Water August 22,2019 Page 109 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet 2. Add the note regarding floodplains per County Code 3. Add the survey narrative per Idaho Code McCall City Engineer In a - - .' .. - • • • • :Ineer state. t a a • - _ .elityl for velisissimelorekvisologgifte ^-^ r-cpm nt to hP Davic - ^`o' Way.T Qermanpnt P ihlir I Itilities, Uwe, Irrigation, and Street Light Easement within the ahnvn d c.rihod section he property. Public—There is a letter on file from the ' -• - - -_ - _ - - _ _ . - a pipmesoisteirlimiesIORIMMIltwominiimumd that i � king,t shams. Commission Findings TheCommission hereby makes the following findings: 1/1 he project is in p... ..Js.-wence with the Co111glrmilrrrrir�mPiri. w/IThe project does not jeopardize the health,safety or welfare of the public. 3. The project Gdastersoito the applicable specifications outlined in the lity of norign . irlei'irres as well as all other applicable requirements of the Zoning. Conditions of Approval 1. Prior to recordation of the amended plat,the applicant shall receive f' roval (see Agency Comments). a. Plat Note 14 shall include the instrument number for the recorded access easement. b. Place the survey on datum on the City of McCall coordinate system 2. Prior to recordation of the final plat,the applicant sh accordance with the McCall Digital Data Submission Standards (DDSS)for City of McCall review and approval. 3. Prior to issuance of a building permit for any of the reconfigured lots,the final plat shall be fully executed and recorded. 4. The applicant shall provide the City of McCall with a .PDF copy of the recorded plat immediately upon recordation. McCall City Council Page 2 of 2 Staff Report SUB-06-04 Minor Amendment:Crystal Blue Water August 22,2019 Page 110 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet Crystal Blue Water Minor Plat Amendment—Findings of Fact McCall City Council—August 22,2019 Page 1of8 IN RE: ) McCALL CITY COUNCIL Crystal Blue Water ) FINDINGS OF FACT,CONCLUSIONS OF LAW,AND Minor Plat Amendment ) DECISION Application Number: ) SUB-06-04 ) FINDINGS OF FACTS Applicant: Net Prophet LLC Representative(s): Sasha Childs Application: A Minor Plat Amendment application to adjust four of the originally platted multi-family units.iiiiiiiipimilimmuirRIPPOPITRIEMEMilim $urnec1 Into rrm .pn area and d dothijohaikaarmil'he two new triplex sites and one other duplex site will. laliadoldilloolkimiisissitprints.,iielemittfmrrerriptypted condominiums gai e. Procedural History: During their regularly scheduled August 6,2019 meeting,the McCall . the minor nlnt annlirationto itv o un _il for annr �I• Location: Units 1,3,4 and 5 of Crystal Blue Waters Condominiums situate in the N 1/2 of Section 9,T18N, R3E, B.M., City of McCall,Valley County, Idaho. Public Notices: for minor plat amendments. Zoning Districts: R8—Medium Density Residential Property Size: Total property size: 3.55 acres APPROVAL STANDARDS Title 9,Chapter 1 Page 111 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet Crystal Blue Water Minor Plat Amendment—Findings of Fact McCall City Council—August 22,2019 Page 2 of 8 Subdivision and Development Provisions 1. The applicant, based on the size of the proposed subdivision, a T...., ^gga.,II ai=nno,1 I1n.4 ^aa'^i ^*=~plication fMCC 9.1.02.E&Table 9.1.02].The \)\''1� subdivision application was approved under the prior code which did not require PUD Q Uapplications. Additionally, per MCC 9.1.02, a k t, T RldeltrignWntrMode. 2. No subdivision shall be approved which affects the ability of a political subdivision of the state, including school districts,to deliver services without compromising quality or service delivery to current residents or imposing substantial additional costs upon current residents,unless the subdivider provides for the mitigation of the effects of subdivision [MCC 9.1.02.G].The proposed subdivision is within existing taxing districts, including school and fire, and wiM91CR9�I p to addITRIffr=upan current residents as the density is proposed to remain the same. 3. When an owner of contiguous parcels proposes to subdivide any portion of the contiguous parcels, an area development plan shall be submitted and approved.The commission and council shall evaluate the following basic site criteria and make appropriate findings of fact regarding the area development plan [MCC 9.1.02.H]. a. Streets,whether public or private, provide an interconnected system and shall be adequate to accommodate anticipated vehicular and pedestrian traffic and to meet the requirements of its functional classification. Street also iati;mi+h+k ., . S . . . .. b. Nonvehicular circulation routes provide safe pedestrianways and bicycleways and provide an interconnected system to streets,parks and green space, public lands,or other destination n tiltrruinereclivity irnMiem' is are Page 112 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet Crystal Blue Water Minor Plat Amendment—Findings of Fact McCall City Council—August 22,2019 Page 3 of 8 ision. An e ,the plat shall relocate the easement for these facilities from its original proposed location to its existing location. c. Water main lines and sewer main lines are designed in the most effective layout feasible and meeting the applicable standards.The subdivision utilizes City water and Payette Lakes Recreational Water and Sewer District sewer. ,Ay, r.eacksoweba in lines. d. Other utilities, including power,telephone,and cable, are designed in the most effective layout feasible. No changes are proposed to the layout of other utilizes.All utilities shall be installed underground. e. Park land is most appropriately located on the contiguous parcels. NiaisiraEl‘liad is n.T —3.. 3). es • . •.I - - -- - - - the - . . ' • ••-• . .' -• ' -••-. .. - - -• . . - - ised withTh the development. f. Grading and drainage are appropriate to the contiguous parcels. D u mi a with the original development, and the - • - • • . . • • 54(‘ \\- Nee t1.o ..ice+i.R,��_�;te ro drainaa .system. g. Development avoids easements and hazardous or sensitive natural resource areas. No wetlands are designated on the plat. 4. The subdivision application contains more than four(4) lots and is therefore not eligible for the Record of Survey procedure [MCC 9.1.05.B.1].The Crystal Blue Water Condominiums Page 113 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet Crystal Blue Water Minor Plat Amendment—Findings of Fact McCall City Council—August 22,2019 Page 4 of 8 subdivision includes more than four lots and is 5. All subdivisions of land, records of survey,and all dedications and vacations of streets must comply with the McCall Area Comprehensive Plan as adopted by the council and with the current zone as defined in title III of the McCall City Code [MCC 9.1.06].The proposed subdivision is in substantial conformity with the McCall Area Comprehensive Plan. Subdivision Design Standards [MCC Title 9,Chapter 3] 1. Blocks:The proposed minor plat amendment does not result in any changes to the blocks or streets of the subdivision. 2. Lots: Common area is clearly designated as such,and the lot size is appropriate for the type of development and use contemplated.A landscape plan has been submitted that includes revegetating the lot with new grasses and adding additional trees and shrubs around the perimeter. 3. Streets: No new public or private streets are proposed. 4. Alleys: N/A 5. Easements: Utility and snow storage easements are indicated on the proposed plat. Prior to scheduling of the application before the City Council,the plat shall be revised to include the 5 ft. pedestrian and access easement along the southerly property line where the pathway was developed. 6. Pedestrian and Bicycle Pathways and Greenbelts: Meroowapednhrien or r^nnPtity imp propose ort is su on. An existing pedestrian access is developed along the southerly property line from Davis to Dawson Ave.,the plat shall relocate the easement for these facilities from its original proposed location to its existing location. Page 114 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet Crystal Blue Water Minor Plat Amendment—Findings of Fact McCall City Council—August 22,2019 Page 5 of 8 7. Snow Storage: Snow storage is proposed on the new common area parcel. Drainage and stormwater management plans were submitted with the original development,and the City Engineer has determined that snow melt from the new common area will flow into the existing on-site storm drainage system. 8. Monuments and Signage: No additional monuments or signage is proposed. 9. Parks: N/A Other Provisions Applicable to All Subdivisions and Development[MCC 9.7.09] 1. Public Places:The proposed subdivision increases the size of the common area parcel and creates a much more usable common area on the southeast corner of the development. 2. Streets and Access:Streets are existing. 3. Rural Settlement:The development is located in close proximity to the community core,and is not rural in nature. 4. Culture/Community: N/A 5. Visual: No unique views will be impacted by the proposed subdivision amendment. 6. Architecture:Small duplex and triplex units were approved as part of the original development, so no changes are required for the design of the units across the development. 7. Site Design:The site design remains significantly unchanged. DEPARTMENT/AGENCY COMMENTS Valley County Cadastral Specialist In an email dated July 10, 2019,the County Cadastral Specialist suggested the applicant review ownership on the certificate of owners prior to final plat recording. Payette Lakes Recreational Water and Sewer District (PLRWSD) Page 115 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet Crystal Blue Water Minor Plat Amendment—Findings of Fact McCall City Council—August 22,2019 Page 6 of 8 This application was distributed to PLRWSD more than thirty(30) days prior to the McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission's August 6, 2019 meeting. In an email dated July 11, 2019,the sewer district stated they had no comments on the application. McCall Fire and EMS In an email dated July 9,2019, McCall Fire stated no comments on the proposed plat amendment. Valley County Surveyor In a letter dated July 30, 2019,the County Surveyor provided the minor edits below and recommended approval: 1. Place the survey on datum on the City of McCall coordinate system 2. Add the note regarding floodplains per County Code 3. Add the survey narrative per Idaho Code McCall City Engineer In an email dated July 9,2019,the City Engineer stated that a 12'wide P e . . . .. - .n Ac -cemcn+to+he r1 ••ic A..e��.,e D:.h+_r f 1At y Thic Pa cPmcnt will n/Pr'lIP the PYic+inp 1� �I(IP PPrm�nont_p�hlir l ltill ies, D .•2.•- - sectifiw•elt'he property. CONCLUSIONS OF LAW 1. The City of McCall has provided for the processing of application for Subdivision,authorized by Section 67-6512, Idaho Code, pursuant to Title 9, Chapter 2 of McCall City Code. 2. Upon compliance with the conditions noted below,the application meets the Subdivision Standards set forth in Title 9 of McCall City Code. Page 116 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet • ,3 I r r • 1h .401/4 t R,f ,,' %1 r. l:''''.'r 1:' . . 4, ' J I -.. ' ,. . t • F i ! 4. r `% a pp ; • • r+'�: .: w i - 1 >a, .:,10i',.;'*'- a � i i� s; J ,i t ._bac r �+ I i • T • ` i • ;,r- "K LyL-� fir' '\ • :i `,=�«" - °' off r I 1 � 1 v � «u7 rw, ( 1 { :.f t. 40....,...,..,-s.-,. .. jam" i v ;gid :L ='i 1 ,s• F r: - 1 • v i r4 C r J i� y ,,; t. t 'r Ito �. 'I11,4ti � .. t it ' n 4; I 4;1- lY�� I s d t • ):; L'r 4S r • a 1� , ,r ti t ' „+4 L ' } ,' 1 1. f' Si. 1 iiii j r ".� �, ' McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-179 Meeting Date August 22, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Originator Department Approvals ' Initials or Supporter Request Approval of the 71011111Pcrest 1111Owntown Mayor Council „Permissive Encroachment Agreement City Manager Clerk Treasurer Community Development lv1,7 Originator Police Department Public Works Golf Course COST IMPACT: n/a Parks and Recreation FUNDING Airport • SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: Information Systems Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT: Tia01111.111MmOinris a mixedrtitse building th 4. As part of the design. there were four(4)columns/pillars/timbers which arc part of the facade of the building located of real property affil rood they supportathatAmicroach into the, it ht-of-way on the west sii:164wiend SIMwt, two (2) 30VOOF at-the-base coismans which are located on the sidewalk within the right oionliiiire sidewalk and two( ,/36' at-the-base coluiuns,on the northeastside of the building whichowiminir on the sideway rialwa; . Previously, there was not an encroachment agreement so with the construction of the new sidewalk on 2nd Street,the City Attorney developed the attached agreement. G cce -Timberc �n :lit*hP Aunt uati‘tecirtime as one or imilitha columws ...er'. become deteriorated, unsafe, . hent remodels. modifies, demolisl _nlir otherwise substantially changes the bulling, orf it is-i+or destroyed by tire. "1'he City Attorney has reviewed this agreement. RECOMMENDED ACTION: Approve the Tirribewittown Perrittieeive Encroachment Agreement and atiMPT2Frestvterympto sip.all necessacy documents. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION Page 130 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet PERMISSIVE ENCROACHMENT AGREEMENT THIS PERMISSIVE ENCROACHMENT AGREEMENT is made and entered into this day of , 2019, between THE CITY OF MCCALL, hereinafter referred to as "the City," and TIMBERCREST DOWNTOWN CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION,INC., an Idaho corporation,its successors in interest and assigns,hereinafter referred to as "Timbercrest". RECITALS WHEREAS, Timbercrest is the owner of the following described real property,to-wit: See Exhibit A attached hereto and, by this reference, incorporated herein as if set forth in full hereinafter, for purposes of this Agreement, referred to as the "real property" located at 1000 N. Second Street, McCall, ID; and WHEREAS, f9ur,Woay,ns/pillars/timbers (hereafter "columns"), which are putt of the facade of the building located on the real property and the small roofs which they support, currently encroach into the City's right-of-way on the west side of 2'd Stwo (2) 30"x30" at-the-base columns which are located on the sidewalk within the right'-r thavasiwalk and two (2) 36"x36" at-the-base columns on the northeast side of the 10101101T ire located nn hP s dewalkligiiiiiialaitaat.aLtway (see attached Exhibit B site plan): anew WHEREAS, the City has agreed with Timbercrest to permit encroachment until such time as one or more oaiie columns bassrne deteriorated, unsafe, ea when TinallgiGiest remodelanaiodifies,..demolishes or otherwieolcubstantially chane 'building. oneilmaiw razed. orIrMyed by fire. NOW, THEREFORE,for good and valuable consideration,the receipt and sufficiency of which is hereby acknowledged,the parties agree as follows: AGREEMENT 1. T nt -Timbercrest" revoeab}e-llitegee/bion for the, f^" un1 can h ,ifs which then upport. two ' at-the-base col: w� ch cross ,sidewalk and two (2) 36"x3 ,,tlie-base columns on the northeast side astir building. whisk currently encroach into theiiitnin right-of-way on the west side of 2"a Street unitil-such_ti s Timbercrest is required to remove them from the right-of-way as hessiwa.&er 9el1erth. Despite the fact that these columns are located within the City's right-of-way, Timhercrest-shall responsible for the maintenance and rarnir of the four-(.}wrlu i the .sidewal_k nnnn igtiich they are attached. /, ..}, t rest ;�j1xi)sr b(t /t/y�t� °y` A- 2. At such time as one or more of the columns become deteriorated, unsafe, or when Timbercrest remodels, modifies, demolishes or otherwise substantially changes the building, or if it is razed, or destroyed by fire (collectively the "event"), Titnbet-wig at itsl'it expeua witgai„ ge,days froriiMeh event but not later than June 1 of the following* PERMISSIVE ENCROACHMENT AGREEMENT- 1 Page 131 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet yeaiii the event occurs after October l 5. remove thweolmonstamil the City"s rirlIrirnfwgrien test side] 2"`I Street atiiiiimiug the sidewalkalkaa.INIONlitd-infrestfue4imimailliallike tD the For purposes of this Agreement, the terms "remodeled,modified,demolished or otherwise substantially changed"shall mean any change in the building footprint or increase in square footage; any changes to more than 20% of the building itself other than ordinary maintenance; or submitting any building permit application for anything other than ordinary maintenance or replacement of existing materials; and "deteriorated"and "unsafe" shall be as designated by an agent of Timbercrest or the City. 3. The license/permission herein granted to Timbercrest will expire within 90 days from the event that initiated the removal of the columns, or on June 1 of the year following the event if the event occurred after October 15. 4. This Agreement shall be recorded in the records of Valley County, State of Idaho and shall inure to and bind both parties, their heirs, administrators, executors, assigns and successors in interest. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties do execute this agreement the day and year first above written. THE CITY OF MCCALL By: Jackie J. Aymon, Mayor Attest: BessieJo Wagner, City Clerk STATE OF IDAHO ) :ss County of ) On this day of ,2019,before me,the undersigned,a Notary Public in and for said State,personally appeared Jackie J.Aymon and BessieJo Wagner,the Mayor and City Clerk, respectively, of the City of McCall, known to me to be the person whose name is subscribed to the within instrument,and acknowledged to me that they executed the same on behalf of the City of McCall, and was authorized to do so. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal the day and year first above written. (SEAL) Notary Public for Idaho PERMISSIVE ENCROACHMENT AGREEMENT- 2 Page 132 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet KM"R.O.W. . I19'-9 Il" I11'-0" I�'-0" 29,-4_V2•, Sx'-9" tIII 41,_x„ ALLEY • I I • 1,-3 #CI 7 / --_7 110. ...rt o• �I ^Ev.), I 4 - - • •I z • I C7 x'-x In" I o Y • D + , , ® ® ® ■ E3 -.--89- ® I UJ�7 �' RETAIL II RETAIL , I • .....1z M• "^^� I - 1=_ `r TRAN • 4l I • - 8•-9"SOFFIT @ 7"1122"BEAM.EXISTING I1�—— IIIIIIV1--: Irri ril /'( 2g• • • I II I I C CONCRETE WALK @ GRADE ———— INIMM O 0. I Z Y r46., I X H O 6 X 6 STL.POST EXISTING RETAINING WAL� -EXISTING w/GUARDRAIL ABOVE 3/4"x34"SQ.PLATI x EXISTING SIDEWALK w/(6)3/4'ANCHOR B• '"• \ 39 x39 x JU ,r I lab. / ,•_I ;p^ w(8)#5 VERT.884 TIES @6•o.c. h O E%ISTI GUTTER 3/4'x 30•SO.PLATES x-0 I.�O� BTWN.PLATES w/(6)3/4'ANCHOR BOLTS -EXISTING- over r• / Ni8•x 36"x 30"DP.FTGS. 1x-0 1 \(11 .4.:LI\ / \ 119'-91;7" 11Is4xs,/Eu1Ll MA .��^�` 111 II REEGGRATE / 25'CONCRETE SEAT WALL FURNISHING ZONE NEW ROLLING CURB AND GUTTER II O � 1 I I . . . . . . . . . . . 2ND STREET O w . 4__ . 4 Cro (11w Is f♦ 0 W as STREET LEVEL PLAN w/ EXISTING & NEW SIDEWALKS BY OTHERS I NOTE: DIMENSIONS WERE TAKEN FROM EXISTING SITE MEASUREMENTS, S NORTH ORIGINAL SURVEY NUMBERS,AND DOWNTOWN CORE DEVELOPMENT NUMBERS. -- - THIS IS NOT AN OFFICIAL SURVEY. 42"x 42"CULTURED STONE BASES TYP. TO COVER EXISTING BASE PLATES AND FOOTINGS E McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-178 Meeting Date August 22 ,2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Originator Department Approvals Initials or Supporter Request to Approve the Contract with Docusign fin. Mayor/Council 1Jectronic Signature Services City Manager ,415S- Clerk Treasurer Community Development Police Department Public Works Golf Course COST IMPACT: —$9,999.73 Parks and Recreation FUNDING Information Services budget Airport SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: N/A Information Systems CC Originator Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT: In order to red c.e nr Pl;minate_14awneed for manual signatures by City:Iarinciples-.afor,better furrtrfralitratid workflow for they, staff recommends a one-oar contract with Docusign to provide secure electronic mature capability for the Mayor. City ManagainDeponinent=Heads and City Council. The contra%has b000kreviewed by legal counsel and found approi fate. CI) The contract is attached. RECOMMENDED ACTION: Approve the contract for Docusign for secure electronic signature services to be provided to the City of McCall and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION C?6 ' J VIS( lb to Page 136 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet Docuy�,:___ DocuSign, Inc. Offer Valid Through:Aug 30, 2019 ''��� 221 Main Street,Suite 1000 Prepared By: Courtney Cochran San Francisco, CA 94105 Quote Number: 0-00353387 ORDER FORM Address Information Bill To: Ship To: City of McCall City of McCall 216 E Park St, 216 E Park St, McCall, ID,83638 McCall, ID,83638 United States United States Billing Contact Name: Shipping Contact Name: Chris Curtin Chris Curtin Billing Email Address: Shipping Email Address: ccurtin@mccall.id.us ccurtin@mccall.id.us Billing Phone: Shipping Phone: +1.208.634.1003 +1.208.634.1003 Order Details Order Start Date:Aug 31,2019 Payment Method:Check Order End Date:Aug 30,2020 Payment Terms: Net 30 Billing Frequency:Annual Currency: USD Products Product Name Start Date End Date Quantity Net Price DocuSign Enterprise Pro Edition-Seat Subscription Aug 31,2019 Aug 30,2020 20 $8,196.50 Enterprise Premier Support Aug 31,2019 Aug 30,2020 1 $1,803.23 Adoption Consulting Aug 31,2019 Aug 30,2020 1 $0.00 Single Sign-On Implementation Services Aug 31,2019 Nov 29,2019 1 $0.00 Total List Price:$19,153.23 Total Discount:47.79% Grand Tot Product Details eSignature Seat Allowance: 20 Page 137 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet eSignature Envelope Allowance: 2,000 Order Special Terms If Subscriber elects to renew its subscription with DocuSign for a new Term before the end of the Term on this Order Form, DocuSign agrees that the price for such subscriptionw,.. ..�� ye,i,ipiLagiaiu,fijiiiiglaiiiiimir,of this Term for the same type, level and quantity of subscription(s)as described in this Order Form.This offer applies to two (2) renewals only and does not apply to any third-party products or Professional Services. Terms&Conditions This Order Form is governed by the terms Master Services Agreement available online at: https://www.docusign.com/company/terms-and-conditions/msa and the applicable Service Schedule(s) and Attachments for the DocuSign Services described herein available online at https://www.docusign.com/company/terms-and-conditions/msa-service-schedules. The Single Sign-On Implementation Services indicated in the Products table above will be available to Customer during the longer of 90 days from the Order Start Date or the End Date stated in the Product table. The availability of the SSO services shall only be valid for such specified time period; no refunds will be provided for services not used by Customer during the specified time period. Billing Information Prices shown above do not include any state and local taxes that may apply. Any such taxes are the responsibility of the Customer and will appear on the final Invoice. Is the contracting entity exempt from sales tax? Please select Yes or No: If yes, please send the required tax exemption documents immediately to taxexempt@docusign.com. Invoices for this order will be emailed automatically from invoicing@docusign.com. Please make sure this email is on an approved setting or safe senders list so notifications do not go to a junk folder or caught in a spam filter. Purchase Order Information Is a Purchase Order(PO) required for the purchase or payment of the products on this Order Form? Page 2 of 3 Page 138 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet 13.10 Severability. If any part of this Agreement is found to be illegal, unenforceable, or invalid, the remaining portions of this Agreement will remain in full force and effect. 13.11 Entire Agreement. This Agreement is the final, complete, and exclusive expression of the agreement between the Parties regarding the DocuSign Services provided under this Agreement. This Agreement supersedes and replaces, and the Parties disclaim any reliance on, all previous oral and written communications (including any confidentiality agreements pertaining to the DocuSign Services under this Agreement), representations, proposals, understandings, undertakings,and negotiations with respect to the subject matter hereof and apply to the exclusion of any other terms that Customer seeks to impose or incorporate, or which are implied by trade, custom, practice, or course of dealing. This Agreement may be changed only by a written agreement signed by an authorized agent of both Parties. This Agreement will prevail over terms and conditions of any Customer-issued purchase order or other ordering documents,which will have no force and effect, even if DocuSign accepts or does not otherwise reject the purchase order or other ordering document. Page 116 Page 155 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-177 Meeting Date August 22, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Originator Department Approvals Initials or Supporter Request to Approve the Contract with F�EntryPoi? , Mayor/Council LLC for consulting services for RAPID(.' le,,r- ) CityClerk Manager . Treasurer t r . Se/14 h�lhr - Community Development 1 /I Police Department Public Works eLl L ) Golf Course COST IMPACT: —$11,700 Parks and Recreation FUNDING Information Services budget Airport SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: N/A Information Information Systems CC Originator 7.ce� /) • Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT:: EntryPoint .x,a� instr mental ;„ the uction and build of the roject n beginning to .D xperience,staff recommends a one-year tea contact with Entry Point to provide consulting services ,the City's impleiirthe fiber utility (RAPID) pr ' ct. The contract4iihijatin reviewed by legnsel and found appropriate. The contract is attached. e ayti64-h ior-�6SE�? • RECOMMENDED ACTION: kW'/oN 641-- Approve LApprove the EntryPoint, LLC contract for consulting services for the City of M all fiber utility (RAPID) fiber project and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. I , "9-60 / kekp 4 h 444.4, RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION 644- MEETING 'MEETING DATE ACTION 4,-- ekt 1041 an r Inlh � )U �`J 1204 ,en4 ,wo F 6 jd Page 156 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet CONSULTING SERVICES AGREEMENT This Consulting Services Agreement("Agreement")is between Entry Point, LLC,dba EntryPoint Networks,a Utah limited liability company("Consultant")and the City of McCall, City("Municipality"). • Consultant has proprietary software that enables an automated,open-access broadband network(the "EntryPoint Solution")and skills to guide Municipality in creating a muncipal fiber utility, and the Municipality desires to create an open access municipal fiber utility(the"Project"); • Consultant provides technology, networking, security,and other related consulting services(the"Services"), including expertise and consulting related to the EntryPoint Solution; and • Municipality wants to receive the Services and retain Consultant as an independent contractor in accordance with the terms of this Agreement. The parties therefore agree as follows: • SERVICES • This Agreement governs the relationship of Consultant and Municipality for the Services. • Upon execution of this Agreement, Consultant will assist Municipality with task to of creating an open access municipal fiber utility inclusive of the Municipality's objectives, requirements,tasks,deliverables, milestones, and assumptions for the Project • Consultant will provide Services to Municipality in furtherance of the Project and as otherwise requested by Municipality to assist with the Project. • Municipality will designate a project lead for the Project, and Consultant will designate a primary contact for the Services. p �k3 k • The Services will be performed at a location agreed by the parties. IPV"' `) • FEES; RETAINER; EXPENSES; PAYMENT TERMS. r 4qVA/1 0 • Consultant performs the Services at the rate of$195 per hour for five(5) hours a month over the period of twelve(12)months. The fee for one month would be$975. Any time accrued that exceeds the agreed upon time will be charged at$195 per hour. The Consultant shall keep a log of all time expended including detail on who did the work, what work was done,date, and the total time on each task calculated in six minute increments. • The fees do not include federal,state,or local sales or use taxes,or any other taxes or fees assessed on, or in connection with the Services,which Consultant may invoice separately if required by applicable law. • Municipality shall reimburse Consultant for out-of-pocket expenses reasonably incurred by Consultant in connection with the performance of Services. Municipality shall pay the Consultant's out-of-pocket expenses of pre-approved travel inclusive of airfare,transportation, lodging, meals, and related travel expenses, subject to Municipality's expense and reimbursement policies. Page 157 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet • Fees and expenses will be billed on a monthly basis(or at another frequency that is mutually acceptable), and Municipality shall pay all undisputed invoices on a net-30 basis. • Consultant shall deliver a signed W9 to Municipality upon execution of this Agreement. • TERM OF AGREEMENT. • The term of this Agreement commences on the Effective Date and continues for a period of one(1) year from the Effective Date(the"Term"), unless terminated as provided in this section. The Terni will automatically extend for a period of one(1)year,and on the anniversary of the Effective Date every year thereafter, until either party gives written notice of termination to the other party at least thirty(30)days prior to the end of the Term. • Either party may terminate this Agreement for cause if the other party breaches any material term of this Agreement and such breach is not cured on or before that date that is thirty(30)days after delivery of written notice of termination to the other party. • INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR. The relationship of the parties is that of independent contractors and not an employment,joint venture,partnership,or agency relationship. Consultant has no authority to commit, act for or on behalf of Municipality,or bind Municipality to any obligation or liability. None of Consultant's employees or contractors will be considered an employee of Municipality for any purpose. Consultant is solely responsible for payment of all compensation owed to its employees and contractors, including wages, benefits, insurance, leave, overtime, reimbursement of expenses,and any deductions for taxes and withholdings required by law. In no event will Consultant or Consultant employees or contractors be eligible for or entitled to any benefits of Municipality. • COMPLIANCE WITH LAW. Consultant shall comply with applicable law in performing the Services. Consultant has and shall maintain in effect all licenses, permissions,consents, and permits that it needs to perform the Services. • CONFIDENTIALITY; PROPRIETARY RIGHTS. • "Confidential Information"means, with respect to any party, any data or information (i)that is marked "confidential,""proprietary,"or with a similar restriction or legend; (ii)that a party orally designates as "confidential,""proprietary,"or with a similar restriction at the time of disclosure, provided such party confirms the designation in writing within five(5)business days;or(iii)whether or not marked or designated "confidential"or otherwise,that reasonably will be understood as confidential given the nature of the information or circumstances of disclosure. The foregoing notwithstanding,Confidential Information does not include data or information that the receiving party can demonstrate:(1)is in its possession at the time of disclosure;(2)is independently developed by the receiving party without use of or reference to Confidential Information;or(3)becomes rightfully known publicly, before or after disclosure,other than as a result of improper action or inaction by the receiving party or its representatives. • The receiving party shall not use the other party's Confidential Information for any purpose other than for the Project or in accordance with this Agreement,and the receiving party shall not disclose the other party's Confidential Information to any person,except to its employees,contractors, representatives, professional advisers, and affiliates with a need to know that Confidential Information. Upon termination or expiration of this Agreement or upon the written request of the disclosing party,the receiving party shall return all copies of Confidential Information or certify, in writing,the destruction thereof. • This Agreement does not transfer ownership of,or grant any license to,Confidential Information, including the EntryPoint Solution or any intellectual property rights of Consultant in the EntryPoint Solution,which may Page 158 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet be licensed in accordance with the terms of a separate written agreement. The disclosing party retains all right,title, and interest in and to all Confidential Information. • WARRANTY. Consultant warrants that all Services will be provided:(a) in accordance with the terms of this Agreement; (b) in a timely, workmanlike, and professional manner;and (c) in accordance with the generally recognized industry standards in Consultant's field. Municipality's sole remedy for a breach of warranty will be to have Consultant reperform the Services or, in Consultant's discretion, refund the fees attributable to that portion of the Services. Except as set forth in this section, neither Consultant nor its suppliers or their respective employees or contractors make any specific promises about the Services,and the Services are provided AS- IS, without any express or implied warranty, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability, non-Infringement, and fitness for a particular purpose. • REPRESENTATIONS. Consultant represents that Consultant and its employees and contractors are not prohibited or restricted by any employment or independent contractor agreement or other relationship from providing Services under this Agreement. • MISCELLANEOUS. • Entire Agreement. This Agreement constitutes the sole and entire agreement of the parties with respect to the subject matter of this Agreement and supersedes all prior or contemporaneous understandings, agreements, representations,or warranties,written and oral,concerning such subject matter. No amendment of this Agreement is effective unless it is in writing, identified as an amendment to this Agreement, and signed by an authorized representative of each party. • Assignment. Neither party will assign or otherwise transfer any of its rights or obligations under this Agreement without the other party's prior written consent. Subject to the foregoing,this Agreement is binding on and inures to the benefit of the parties hereto and their respective successors and permitted assigns. • Severability. The terms of this Agreement are severable. If any term of this Agreement is held by a court of competent jurisdiction to be contrary to law,the term will be deemed null and void,and the remaining terms of this Agreement will remain in full force and effect. • Feedback. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this Agreement, Consultant has not agreed to and does not agree to treat as confidential any feedback,comment, suggestion,or idea of Municipality ("Feedback'), and nothing in this Agreement or in the parties' dealings arising out of or related to this Agreement restricts Consultant's right to use, profit from,disclose,publish,or otherwise exploit any Feedback,without compensation to Municipality. • Force Majeure. No delay,failure, or default, other than a failure to pay fees or expenses when due, will constitute a breach of this Agreement to the extent caused by acts of war,terrorism,hurricanes, earthquakes,other acts of God or of nature, strikes or other labor disputes, riots or other acts of civil disorder,embargoes,or other causes beyond the performing party's reasonable control. The party affected by the foregoing shall give prompt notice to the other party and shall use reasonably diligent efforts to mitigate the delay,failure,or non-performance. • Notices. Except as otherwise expressly set forth in this Agreement,any notice, request,consent,claim, demand,waiver,or other communication will have legal effect when made in writing and addressed as follows: Page 159 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet Notice to Consultant: Entry Point, LLC Attn:Jeff Christensen 1949 West Printers Row Salt Lake City, Utah 84119 jchristensen@entpnt.com Notice to Municipality: McCall City Clerk Attn:Chris Curtin 216 E. Park Street McCall, Id 83638 Copy to: Info Systems Manager 216 E. Park Street McCall, Id 83638 Notices sent in accordance with this section will be deemed effectively given when received. Each party may designate another address or contact person from time to time in accordance with this section. • Jury Waiver. The parties hereby waive, to the fullest extent allowed by applicable law, any right to a jury trial or any dispute, controversy,grievance, or claim arising out of or relating to this Agreement. • Dispute Resolution;Attorney Fees.The parties shall negotiate in good faith to settle any dispute, controversy, grievance,or claim arising out of or related to this Agreement or its interpretation,operation, breach,termination,or cancellation. If the parties cannot settle,then it may be submitted to the courts. Either party may exercise any legal right and remedy available to it,whether at law or in equity, to enforce any term of this Agreement.The prevailing party will be entitled, in addition to any other rights and remedies it may have, to recover its reasonable costs,expenses,and attorney fees. • Effective Date;Counterparts. This Agreement is effective when signed by the parties as of the last date (the"Effective Date")set forth in the signature block below. This Agreement may be executed in one or more counterparts, each of which is an original, but all of which together constitute a single agreement. This Agreement may be executed electronically,and a signed copy of this Agreement delivered by facsimile, email,or other means of electronic transmission has the same legal effect as delivery of an original signed copy of this Agreement. [Signature page bebw] The parties, by and through their respective duly authorized representatives,sign this Agreement as of the Effective Date. Consultant: EN RY POINT, LLC 9--t ,.., ci—)\:,,,a2 ._____ Name: )e--c{ Chr‘S-\—\Szc\ Title: Qczs\CC--)-- I C C 0 Page 160 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet Date: Municipality: CITY OF MCCALL, IDAHO Name: Title: Date: Page 161 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet Upcoming Meetings Schedule September 11,2019 Time TBD—Legion Hall—(Special Meeting??) 1. Caleb Lakey and Brian Foote—Horrocks—Lead a tour of HWY 55 and Deinhard Bypass 2. Ribbon Cutting on Lardo Bridge for Public Art?? September 12, 2019 - 5:30 pm, Legion Hall—Regular Council Meeting 1. Chamber Report/Monthly Department Reports/Committee Minutes 2. TVT Contract for Services 3. McPaws Contract for Services 4. PUD-15-01 McCall RV Resort Phase 2 Final Plan (Morgan)? 5. AAC Appointment(Rick) 6. Parks& Recreation Advisory Committee Annual Report(Kurt) 7. Thompson Place Local Housing Agreement(Morgan) 8. Service Agreement between TeleMessage and City of McCall(BessieJo) September 26, 2019- 5:30 pm, Legion Hall—Regular Council Meeting 1. Work Session: Local Housing(Michelle) 2. Treasurers Monthly Report(Linda) Consent 3. Tree Advisory Committee Annual Report(Kurt) 4. October as National Arts and Humanities Month (BessieJo) 5. First week October Fire Prevention Week(BessieJo) 6.' City Attorney Contract Final Approval(Anette) 7. PUD-19-03 Broken Ridge Commons (Morgan)?—PUBLIC HEARING September 27,2019—9:00 am -11:00 Legion Hall— 1. —Fiber Discussion—Business case (Chris) October 10, 2019 - 5:30 pm, Legion Hall—Regular Council Meeting 1. Chamber Report/Monthly Department Reports/Committee Minutes 2. Airport Deinhard Development(Rick) October 24, 2019-5:30 pm, Legion Hall—Regular Council Meeting 1. Work Session: 2. Treasurers Monthly Report(Linda) Consent 3. McCall Redevelopment Agency Annual Report(Michelle) October 25,2019—9:00 am -11:00 Legion Hall— 1. — November 7, 2019 -5:30 pm, Legion Hall—Regular Council Meeting 1. Chamber Report/Monthly Department Reports/Committee Minutes November 21,2019- 5:30 pm, Legion Hall—Regular Council Meeting 1. Work Session: 2. Treasurers Monthly Report(Linda) Consent 3. Historic Preservation Commission Annual Report(Michelle-Delta) 4. Resolution to Ratify the Election Results (BessieJo) 1 Page 162 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet November 22,2019-9:00 am -11:00 Legion Hall- 1. - To be Scheduled: 1. MCC Title 6 Re-write (Nathan Stewart) 2. Public Hearing-Public Works Fee Schedule Changes 3. Records Retention Policy update (BessieJo) 4. Investment Policy update (Linda) S. Continuous Billing Code Amendment First Touch (Linda) 6. Library Bond(Meg) 7. PUBLIC HEARING: 2018 All Hazard Mitigation Plan Goals and Strategies (Anette/Justin) 8. Big Payette Water Quality Board Presentation on the quality of the Payette Lake 9. Work Session:Faith Community Presentation on Community Needs (Anette/Joe Eisenbrandt) 10. Little League of Central Idaho MOU(Tara) 11. Update to all Federal Title VI Resolution Policies (BessieJo) 12. ITD State/Local Agreement Mission Street(Nathan) ,,, f61 ics - ,S7)(-)t\--(9 - NAiury 56(j)fir __ _____------ z � 2 Page 163 of 163 2019.08.16 Council Packet r Contingent Category Date of Month Check 8 Contract Contract Due Completion Notes Funding, Code Disbursement Date Rpt Received ) F 10 C,H 2/14/2019 February 87840 2/15/2019 2/15/2020 Picked up contract for remainder amount to use toward C 2/14/2019 February 87852 2/15/2019 2/15/2020 1/10/2019 Family 5K run on 3/18/19 receipts received,did not spend$475.asking for a C,H 3/1/2019 March 87951 3/1/2019 3/1/2020 3/1/2019 reallotment G 3/1/2019 March 87921 3/1/2019 3/1/2020 5 C,G 3/1/2019 March 87921 3/1/2019 3/1/2020 ) C,G 3/1/2019 March 87921 3/1/2019 3/1/2020 C,G,H 3/1/2019 March 87921 3/1/2019 3/1/2020 5 C 03/18/19 March 88012 03/18/19 3/18/2020 2/21/2019 did not spend total amount,$87.35 reallocated reallocated funds,receipt documentation in report for 03/28/19 March 88012 03/28/19 3/28/2020 4/10/2019 19-40 C 03/18/19 March 88012 03/18/19 3/18/2020 4/10/2019 C 03/18/19 March 88012 03/18/19 3/18/2020 4/10/2019 ) C 03/18/19 March 88012 03/18/19 3/18/2020 4/11/2019 D B,C 4/2/19 April 88101 4/5/19 4/5/2020 D A 4/2/2019 April City 4/2/2019 4/2/2020 D A,B,C,D,H 4/2/2019 April City 4/2/2019 4/2/2020 0 C 5/8/2019 May 88264 5/7/2019 5/7/2020 0 C 5/9/2018 May 88356 5/15/2019 5/15/2020 D C 5/9/2018 May 88356 5/15/2019 5/15/2020 ) C,G 5/9/2018 May 88355 5/15/2019 5/15/2020 0 B,H 5/9/2018 May 88351 5/15/2019 5/15/2020 D F _ D A,H ) C,G ) A,H A,B,C,D ) A,B,C,D,H B B A.B_G ) C,H E ) B,C,D,F B ) C,G 1 $3,687 G $10,500 A,H $149,890 B $164,077 $679,164 54,-rot:ejV•v t I Sfl 1,34-v 1A5) 0ec),",, ,,.'1,(,),e,61:41,3.),-fee, 1,k,, "' t- Local Option Tax Fundir Projects FY 2005 City of McCall Parks and Rec(Picnic Table,Trash Cans,Riverfront Park,Fairway Playground,Intern,Fish Pen,Drinking Fountain,Seal Parking, $5,994 Bathroom,Slurry Seal,Pathways Seal Coat,Playground Equip,Deinhard Pathway,Path Maint&Repair,Disk Golf,Entrance sign lighting Fairway Park Bathroom.Bobcat toolcat.Legacy Park Repairs,Brown Park,Rotary Park,Event cost recovery,Brown Park Playground improvements,Gold Glove Park City of McCall Golf Course(Staff,Equipment,Clubhouse Improvements,Irrigation Pump,Skid Loader,Sand Devil,Rough Mower,Greens Mower, $43,500 Used Mower,Seal Cart Paths,Rotary Mower,Material Handler/Top Dresser,sod replacement,Gator and Work Carts,Patch and Seal Cart Paths,Fairway mower replacement(x2),Enkamat,green improvements) Chamber of Commerce(Staff,Fireworks,Lights,Grant Match,Winter Carnival,Rescue Workshop,ITC) $30,000 Treasure Valley Transit(Advertising Bracket,Operations,Bus Routes,transit center) $289 cCall Area Snomobilers-Valley County(Grooming.Operating) $15,000 CPAWS Regional Animal Shelter(Operating Exp,Renovation,Spay/Neuter,Medical Care)) $11,000 City of McCall Library(Power Backup,Audio-Video Collection,Displays,Shelves,Circ Desk Remodel,Intern for historical records scanning, $3,496 City of McCall Public Works(Boydstun Paving,Water Truck,Seal Coat Parking,Downtown Sidewalks,3rd Street Project,Bollards) $0 Manchester Ice&Event Ctr(Curtains,Lights,Sound system,Heating,Front door,learn to skate,EFUS replacement,Bumper Cars) $0 )cePayette Lakes Ski Club(Lift Cable,Thar,Trail Maintenance, Marketing Brochure,Nordic Grooming) $0 City of McCall Direct Costs-Clerk's Deparment(Tourism LOT Administration) $0 City of McCall Community Development(Lick Creek/Davis Intersection,Parking Study,Pathways,Wayfinding Signs) $0 Alpine Playhouse(Electrical upgrade,insulation,repairs,seats,carpet,window treatment,new windows,energy efficiency upgrades,back stage $0 McCall Nordic Ski Club(2008 McCall World Masters,Remastered Event) $7,000 McCall Improvement Comm(Skate Park,Benches,4 Corners,Restroom,Recycle Containers,Centennial Park,Pocket Park) $48,000 City of McCall Airport(Paving,Survey,Repair of Failed Storm Drain) $0 City of McCall-Multiple Departments(McCall Event Recovery) $0 McCall Winter Sports Club(Cross Country and Racing Equip,Intermountain Championships,bring back biathlon event,Alpine Intermountain Division $0 Super G Camp,Nordic Qualifying Race,Big Mountain Freeride Competition) Central Idaho Historical Museum(Building Improvements,Pump House Restore,Access Ramp,Carp Shop&Oil Shed,Log Repairs to Fire Warden $6,925 House,drainage system) Senior Center(Table&Chairs,Outdoor Improve,Carport,Disposal,Bingo Equip,Kitchen Equipment,Heat and Lights) $0 Idaho Hockey Foundation-Idaho Jr.Steelheads $0 Tennis Club(Court Restoration) $0 McCall Arts and Humanities(Kids Festival,Art Walk Project,Smithsonian Exhibit,Cabin Fever) $8,000 West Central Mountain Housing Trust(Property acquisition) City of McCall Public Art(Public artwork for Downtown Core) $0 Payette Avalanche Center(Forecasting,Beacon Basin,Avalanche Awareness) $0 Central Idaho Mountain Bike Association(Payette Lake Trail) $0 City of McCall City Council(Conservation Corp Statue at CIHM) $0 McCall Folklore Society(World Culture Dav,Summer Musical Festival) $0 Payette Lakes Community Assoc.(Summer Sensations,4th of July Family fun day) $0 AWESOME(Equipment,Outreach) SO Centenial Committee(Centennial Park) $0 McCall Ice Skating Association(home hockey tournament funding,ice time) SO McCall Music Society(Summer Fest Soloists) $0 U of I(Outdoor Science School) $0 Jazz Fesitval-Curtis Steigers $0 Valley County Search&Rescue(UTV All Terrain Tracks) Sheperd's Home(Purchase Beds) $4,725 Judo Club(Travel Costs,Dojo Ventilation) $0 McCall Figure Skating Club(Skate by the Lake) $0 Basketball/Youth(Uniforms&Equip) $0 Jughandle Music Theatre(Outdoor Theatre) $2,000 Soccer Club(Equipment) $0 Valley County Pathways(Community Bikes/Racks) $0 Roots Forest School(Trek to North Pole) Moose Hockey(Tournament) $0 Payette Lakes Writers Group(Scholarships,Conference Fees) $500 NWA-McCall Sports and Activty Center(Equip&Transp) $1,250 Sharlie's Devil's(Pink at the Rink) $0 Artists Connection(Advertising) $0 Unexpended LOT$refunded to City ($95) Items func Annual Expenditures $187,679 Annual Revenues I $187,585 I FY19 LOT FUNDING J Project Amount recommen 1 riorih# Requestor Project Number fnndin 1 19-20 City of McCall-Community Development McCall Housing Fund $60,000 $t 2 19-43 Payette Lakes Community Association After School Program $10,000 3 19-21 Roots Forest School,Inc Trek to the North Pole $1,520 4 19-10 Valley County Search&Rescue UTV All Terrain Tracks $5,200 5 19-32 McCall Area Chamber of Commerce Marketing Initiatives Cash Match $18,840 $ 6 19-30 McCall Area Chamber of Commerce Event Marketing $3,665 7 19-29 McCall Area Chamber of Commerce Winter Carnival Fireworks $10,000 $ 8 19-28 McCall Area Chamber of Commerce Winter Carnival Logistics $8,700 . 9 19-38 McCall Winter Sports Club Alpine Chris Bodily Memorial 4-Way Race $2,175 19-38a McCall Winter Sports Club Reallocation Alpine Chris Bodily Memorial 4-Way Race $87.36 10 19-39 McCall Winter Sports Club MWSC Membership&Clinics $2,500 11 19-40 McCall Winter Sports Club Big Mountain Freeride Competition-Hidden Valley Hoedow $2,800 12 19-41 McCall Winter Sports Club Bring Back Biathlon Event $800 13 19-11 Payette Lakes Ski Club Operations/Maintenance of Bear Basin Nordic Center $10,000 $ 14 19-19 City of McCall-Streets Bollards $15,000 $ 15 19-15 City of McCall-Parks and Recreation Equipment Implements $20,000 $ 16 19-25 Manchester Ice and Event Center Learn to Skate $14,100 $ 17 19-26 McCall Youth Hockey Association/McCall Ice Ski Ice Time @ Manchester $5,000 18 19-27 McCall Youth Hockey Association/McCall Ice Ski Girls Team-Ice time $5,000 19 19-34 McCall Arts&Humanities Council Cabin Fever $3,200 20 19-23 Manchester Ice and Event Center EFUS Replacement $20,000 $ 21 19-09 West Central Mountains Housing Trust,Inc Property Acquisition in McCall Area $25,000 $ 22 19-02 Treasure Valley Transit Mountain Community Transit-General Operations $57,500 $ 23 19-31 McCall Area Chamber of Commerce Fourth of July Fireworks $10,000 $ 24 19-01 Treasure Valley Transit McCall Transit Center $25,000 $ 25 19-44 Valley County Recreation Snowmobile trail grooming $30,000 $ 26 19-13 City of McCall-Parks and Recreation Docks $20,000 $ 27 19-06 City of McCall-Golf Course Enkamat cover $6,000 28 19-04 City of McCall-Golf Course Enlarge&Rebuild#6 Aspen Green $12,500 $ 29 19-08 McCall Public Art Advisory Committee Public artwork for downtown core $20,000 $ 30 19-35 McCall Figure Skating Club Skate by the Lake $2,390 31 19-22 McPaws Spay or neuter of animals found in the City Limits $17,000 $ 32 19-18 City of McCall-Parks and Recreation Boathouse,Education and Recreation Center $10,000 $ 33 19-03 City of McCall-Library Library Expansion $240,000 $ 34 19-24 Manchester Ice and Event Center Bumper Cars $25,000 $ TOTALS $658,977 $5 1 .1 II 9-33 McCall Area Chamber of Commerce Research Project Cash Match ir $3,687 2 19-02 Teasure Valley Transit Mountain Community Transit-General Operations +''1 $57,500 3 19-03 City of McCall-Library Library Expansion $240,000 Total )tals by Recipient 2005-2018 1 I 1 1 96 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2009 FY 2010 FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2013 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 ' Totals Funded& Pending 00 $9,607 $66,500 $18,000 $23,387 $85,200 $26,393 S2i.'1 ,i S17 0-1- >'. .300 $128,000 $65,000 $125,000 $50,000 $727,128 29 $63,121 $47,500 $36,500 $25,000 $58,000 $36,000 $54,500 $36,000 $30,000 $65,000 $88,000 $50,000 $18,500 $699,250 00 $30,000 $0 $26,800 $33,600 $18,200 $32,000 $24,000 $38,000 $52,000 $45,000 $45,000 $50,000 $51,205 $505,805 $0 $15,000 $15,000 $28,000 $20,000 $20,000 $30,000 $23,815 $20,000 $45,000 $45,000 $60,000 $47,000 $72,000 �41,LQ4 y1,4, •00 $8.000 $19,000 $19,400 $25,000 $30,000 $25,000 $25,000 $34,625 $30,000 $25,000 $20,000 $20,000 $15.0004,$„1.23,-02),,,, �_„ �eC` 00 $33,500 $23,000 $24,750 $30,000 $27,500 $12,000 $15,812 $15,000 $20,000 $17,500 $15,000 $12,500 $10,000 Yz7�,062' 1,,,u "_ 96 $0 $10,160 $10,800 $7,371 $12,300 $10,000 $1,500 $2,500 $8,000 $25,000 $5,500 $62,986 $90,110 052,419 45 $3,600 $0 $4,500 $0 $0 $40,000 $50,000 $50,000 $25,000 $0 $0 $0 $15,000 $237,645 $0 $7,000 $0 $0 $19,000 $0 $20,000 $19,000 $20,000 $15,000 $0 $22,000 $25,000 $44,100 $191,100 $0 $0 $9,500 $12,000 $8,000 $10,000 $11,500 $10,000 $12,000 $25,000 $25,000 $14,000 $16,000 $10,000 $163,000 $0 $0 $1,021 $0 $0 $1,440 $0 $17,000 $13,000 $16,000 $18,000 $13,000 $13,000 $13,000 $105,461 $0 $0 $0 $18,296 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $8,000 $0 $16,000 $0 $60,000 $102,296 00 $5,500 $0 $4,950 $4,800 $5,500 $5,500 $3,998 $5,000 $5,000 $5,000 $0 $30,000 $0 $80,248 00 $35,371 $8,629 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $3,000 $3,000 $6,000 $3,000 $0 $0 $75,000 $0 $2,975 $0 $4,500 $3,500 $0 $10,000 $3,620 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $72,595 $0 $29,323 $6,250 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $30,000 $0 $0 $65,573 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $31,150 $32,295 $0 $63,445 00 $0 $0 $3,040 $1,800 $0 $1,000 $0 $2,000 $14,315 $5,800 $4,550 $9,350 $6,775 $56,130 $0 $8,000 $0 $6,300 $4,500 $3,000 $2,500 $8,300 $0 $0 $0 $0 $10,000 $0 $49,525 00 $11,450 $0 $5,785 $500 $700 $1,500 $5,000 $6,539 $2,000 $4,000 $3,000 $0 $0 $44,474 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $10,000 $7,000 $10,000 $8,000 $0 $0 $35,000 $0 $14,500 $9,590 $5,170 $5,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $34,260 $0 $0 $0 $0 $1,220 $1,500 $2,500 $2,500 $2,380 $2,420 $1,770 $2,510 $3,000 $3.200 $31,000 $25,000 $25,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $3,195 $0 $0 $0 $0 $20,000 $23,195 00 $0 $1,300 $0 $500 $0 $0 $0 $5,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $21,800 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $20,000 $0 $20,000 00 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $18,000 00 $0 $0 $0 $600 $0 $0 $5,000 $5,000 $2,500 $0 $0 $0 $0 $16,100 $0 $0 $0 $0 $1,000 $700 $0 $850 $900 $950 $950 $0 $0 $10,000 $15,350 00 $0 $0 $0 $2,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $3,750 $0 $0 $0 $0 $11,250 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $10,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $10,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $5,000 $5,000 $10,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $3,563 $2,875 $2,500 $0 $0 $0 $0 $8,938 $0 $0 $6.000 $0 $2,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $8,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $6,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $6,000 $5,200 $5,200 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $4,725 00 $0 $0 $0 $0 $3,500 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $4,500 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $2,090 $2,390 $4,480 00 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $4,000 F0 $2.000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $4,000 54 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $2,364 60 $0 $0 $2,250 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $2,250 $1,520 $1,520 60 $0 $0 $0 $1,500 $0 _ $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $1,500 )0 $0 $500 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $1,500 60 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $1,250 60 $0 $0 $0 $0 $1,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $1,000 60 $0 $600 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0_ $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $600 60 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 ($95) ider Ordinance 796 Items funded under Ordinance 887 34 I $278,948 I $224,549 I $231,041 I $220,278 I $278,540 I $265,893 I $304,458 I$340,061 I $340,935 I $427,020 I $445,710 I$533,221 I $528,000 53 I $280,814 I $266,674 I $230,992 I $220,278 $238,9051 $261,043 I $306,774 ] $340,061 $383,660 I $449,316 I $487,747 I $563,306 e � oa .+ t�` FY20 RECOMMENDED LOT FUNDING CHANGES Oft' rioritc# Project Requester Project Amount Amount recommended for Number requested funding 1 • 20-45 City of McCall Work Force Housing Initiative $100,000.00 $100,000 2 20-22 Roots Forest School Inc. Trek to the North Pole $1,664.00 $1,664 20-12 Payette Lakes Community Association After School/Summer Programs $30,000.00 $10,000 v' 4 20-33 McCall Arts&Humanities _ Cabin Fever Series $3,550.00 $3,550 5 20-40 Roots Forest School Inc. Tuition Assistance $9,684.00 $9,684 6 20-24 McCall Music Society Summer Music Fest/Sunday Music $3,000.00 $3,000 7 20-05 Central Idaho Amateur Radio Club Enclosed Trailer $3,500.00 $3,500 8 20-23 Valley County Search&Rescue Portable Radios $7,200.00 $7,200 9 20-37 Little League of West Central Idaho Start Up Costs $6,000.00 $2,50(Y C 10 20-36 Little League of West Central Idaho Gold Glove Field Snow Removal $3,000.00 $1,500-4 11 20-03 Valley County Pathways Nordic Trail Grooming $5,000.00 $5,000- 12 20-07 Payette Lakes Ski Club New Ski Lift $25,000.00 $25,000- 13 20-18 McCall Figure Skating Club Skate by the Lake $2,490.00 $2,490- 1420-31 Manchester Ice Centre Learn to Skate Program $10,250.00 $10,250 e 20-25 McCall Parks&Recreation Department Noxious Weed Program D,i-'l �,L j l i,) � $5,955.00 $5,000 ( 16 20-06 Payette Lakes Ski Club Trail Grooming $10,000.00 $10,000 17 20-20 McCall Youth Hockey Association Hockey Equipment Loaner Program $3,000.00 $3,000 18 20-27 McCall Winter Sports Club Hidden Valley Hoedown $3,350.00 $3,350 19 20-28 McCall Winter Sports Club Chris Bodily Memorial 4-way Race $1,850.00 $1,850 20 20-19 McCall Figure Skating Club Scholarships $2,310.00 $2,310 21 20-41 McCall Nordic&Biathlon Ski Club,Inc. Hosting Youth Ski Festival $7,200.00 $7,200 22 20-43 McCall Rehab Dog Park $8,795.00 $8,795 23 20-38 McCall Nordic&Biathlon Ski Club,Inc. Nordic Races $7,950.00 $7,950 24 20-39 McCall Figure Skating Club lee Time $10,000.00 $5,000 )L 25 20-29 Payette Land Trust Conservation Projects $10,000.00 $10,000 20-21 McCall Youth I lockey Association Ice Time $30,000.00 $5,000 7 27 go 20-04 Valley County Snowmobile Trail Grooming $50,000.00 {6,70-0:).-x- 28 25,000 Jx28 20-09 Idaho Department of Fish&Game Living with Wildlife Information $1,600.00 $1,000 20-16 McCall Chamber of Commerce Winter Carnival Fireworks $10,000.00 $10,000 0 20-17 McCall Chamber of Commerce Winter Carnival Crowd Impact Mitigation $9,025.00 $9,025 20-13 McCall Chamber of Commerce 4th of July Fireworks $10,000.00 $10,000 12 20-14 McCall Chamber of Commerce Event Promotion 7 $6,631.50 $6,632 33 20-15 McCall Chamber of Commerce Grant Match $28,838.38 $28,838 34 20-01 Treasure Valley Transit,Inc. Grant Match $60,000.00 $47,000 > 35 20-02 Treasure Valley Transit,Inc. New Bus $9,997.00 $9,997 36 20-11 McCall Parks&Recreation Department Mini-Excavator $33,500.00 $13,200 Ye' 20-42 McCall Parks&Recreation Department Parks Shop Relocation $29,764.00 $29,764 38 20-46 McCall Parks&Recreation Department City Tree Lights $10,000.00 111.i.12.21 39 20-44 McCall Police Department Part Time Officer $23,474.88 ' ( $23,475 40 20-08 City of McCall Golf Course New Restroom 7 $40,000.00 7 41 20-48 City of McCall Streets Department _ Park Street Improvements b 4?., 20-10 McCall Public I.ibrary Construction New Library $371,790.00 $100,00 443-7 20-49 McPaws Regional Animal$41ter spay/nueter S'15,000.00 $10,000 TOTAL S1,139,369 S747,72 C44-e [1g- -Some discussion of the Council suggested that the Housing Initiative be#1 priority fully funded,and to take some of the funding from Park Street Improvement put the remainder in contingent funding • Another suggestion was to not fund the Park S •- .roject at all, therefore fully funding the Housing Initiative and placing the remainder in contingency fo the Libra ..--�( 1j0 n/ 4( ° 6' /41. ' ? I TS ii/O tit'61 D 0 em .vc ,. L, 5 r\6 bL'' .."" k....... -•-"' 1s 1LI • FY19 LOT FUNDING I'n.jert S mnuntrecommended for Contingent Caleeur Date of clmtroed (' plenum I'nari.4 mmmbe Request, 1'rgjcet funding Funding I'ode Disbursement hLnrth cheeks Dale Contract Due Bpd Recei,ell none., 1 19-20 r City of McCall-Community Davgt$8t8t. Maclilliwdog iald • - 86%000 $60,00 F 1`1-43 Payette lakes Convmmup'Association Aller School Pror08 III'1a0 011001 C.II 2/14/2019 February 87840 2/15/2019 0/15/2020 41,520 Picked ontract 3 19-21 Roots Forest School,Inc Trek to $1,520 C 2/14/2019 February 87852 2/15/2019 2/15/2020 1/30/2019 Family SKup run on 3/18/19forremainder amount to use toward receipts recelved,did not spend 1475 asr:ng Io,a 4 19-I() Valley County.Search&Rescue CIV All ferrpm'Tracks 95.2110 '$--1 C.1I 3/1/2019 March 87951 3/1/2019 3/1/2020 3/1/2019 reallatment 5 19-32 McCall Area Chamber of Commerce Marketing Initiatives Cash Match $18,840 $18,840 0 3/1/2019 March 87921 3/1/2019 3/1/2020 u I9-311 McCall Area Chamber of Cl rricrcc kraut MarkclthE $3.669 83.665 C.(1 3/1/2019 March 87921 3/1/2019 3/1/2020 7 19-29 McCall Area Chamber of Connnetce Winter Carnival Fireworks $10,000 $10,000 C,0 3/1/2019 March 87921 3/1/2019 3/1/2020 X 19-28 McCall Area Chamber of Conlinercc Winter Carnival I.pipette, $x 711 $8,711 C.(1,I I 3/1/2019 March 87921 3/1/2019 3/1/2020 9 19-38 McCall Winer Sports Club Alpine Chris Bodily Memorial 4-Way Race $2,175 $2,175 C 03/18/19 March 88012 03/18/19 3/18/2020 2/21/2019 did not spend total amount,$87.35 reallocated 8.7 i1 eallocated'ends.iiecept documentation in report for 19-380 McCall Wlntcr r1x,rts Cluh Reallocation Alpine Chnsli,4,1)Memorial 4-Wm Race 0x730 03/28/19 March 88012 03/28/19 3/28/2020 4/10/201919-40 10 19-39 McCall Winter Spots Club MW SC Membership 8 Clinics $2,500 $1,000 C 03/18/19 March 88012 03/18/19 3/18/2020 4/10/2019 11 111-41 .McCall Winter Sports Cluh I8,e Mountain Irrecnde Cnlnpcllwr-1lddcn Volley I locdorr 02.811 .92.x11 C 03/18/19 March 88012 03/18/19 3/18/2020 4/10/2019 12 19-41 McCall Winter Sports Club Bring Beck Biathlon Evert 0800 $800 C 03/18/19 March 88012 03/18/19 3/18/2020 4/11/2019 13 19-11 ('810110 Lakes.Ski Club Operatinn.s/Maimc„nncc of Bear Eas,n Nordic Center $10,1011/ $I(I10)0 Ii,C 4/2/19 April 88101 4/5/19 4/5/2020 14 19-19 City of McCall-Streets Bollards $15,000 115,100 A 4/2/2019 April City 4/2/2019 4/2/2020 15 19-15 CII,of I\IcCall-Turks 11114 lxecrenlnm 1:gmpmenl Implements $21(100 $211.1411 A.It.C.II lI 4/2/2019 April CO 4/2/2019 4/2/2020 16 19-25 Manchester Ice and Event Conga Loam to Skate $14.100 $14,100 C 5/8/2019 May 88264 5/7/2019 51/2020 I 19--26 McCall Vnnlh I lockev Ar,oc,atloNMcCall Ice Si::Ice franc II\lam:hes:1, Silo! $22.5111 C 5/9/2018 May 88356 5/15/2019 5/15/2020 18 19.27 McCall Youth Hockey Association/McCall Ice Ski Girls Tam-Ice time $5,010 $2,500 C 5/9/2018 May 88356 5/15/2019 5/15/3020 I" Pr-11 ,McCall Arts 6 llu,rur,ncs Comm] Cahlnl'cccr 01,2210 03.2,1, C.(1 5/9/2018 May 88355 5/15/2019 5/15/2020 20 19-23 Manchester Ice and Event Center EFUS Replacement $20,000 $20,000 13.H 5/9/2018 May 88351 5/15/2019 5/15/2020 _. 91.101 West Central Mnunlaln,(burn/In,,,Inc Property,\cyulsnun,n McCall.Arra $2/140 $281x11 1' 22 19-02 Treasure Valley Transit Mountain Community Transit-General Operations 057,500 447,1700 A,H 23 19-31 McCall Arca Chamber of Cnnuncrcc (Fourth of July Fireworks $10,00 811,(010 9,(1 24 19-01 Treasure Valley Transit 1 ..": McCall Transit Center --4111111111V $25,0(61 525,000 A,H 23 19-44 Valle'Count,Rccrcation 9,,,,,,mohilc trail Er,mmin $011.000 $15.1x11 A_I7.1'.I7 26 19-13 Park;,a/7 Docks $20illiale $20,000 A,B.C.D,H " lo-le, CiryMcC-all-Golf Comae 1.nk.nnul co,cr 06,000 8610,11 II 28 19-04 F of -?. Enlarged Rebuild 0674 eor Orem• -.---•-88'.. oriika. 112,500 B I,-1x McCall Public An Arno Committee Public al l,eo,k Ii„doontnrrr.,I,10 020,000 $211111 1.11.1l30 19-35 Skate by the Lake 52,390 C.H 31 13-22 McPaws - Spas of neuter of animals(bund In the Cop'1.,oc0o 517,000 $111410 I: 32 19-18 'McCall.P tion Boathouse,Education and Reoeatlon Center ', 1#;' • 90,000 B,C,D,F 31 19-13 C. of McCall-Gbr Library l(spm0.5ion $240000 $90,110 Ii 34 19-24 $YlYeper Cars C-G '',`TOTALS . , ., 5658,977 l••, 1 _. a Research Project Cash March $3,687 d: $3,687 0 19-02 Tenn Vallee 1'ransd Vleant_,,,,Commune,I rans,t-General(pennon), $57,511 $11151x1 19,11 _ 3 FaMintt0Cal1-1-iballiFF Library Expansion 5240,000 .„ 5149,890 B Total $11,4197 ',EOM - MOVERF.$679.164 ,mkt), ;:k>j McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-116 Meeting Date June 13, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Originator Department Approvals Initials or Supporter Request to approve and authorize the Mayor to Mayor/Council sign the contract with Idaho Commerce for City Manager 4f445- Clerk Community Development Block Grant#ICDBG- Treasurer 19-III-14-ED Community Development Police Department Public Works Golf Course COST IMPACT: $475,300 (match requirement $8,038,226) Parks and Recreation FUNDING Idaho Community Development Block Grant Airport SOURCE: program via Idaho Commerce. Library TIMELINE: Phases 1-3 of the Downtown Core Project. Information Systems ED/Grants Originator SUMMARY STATEMENT: The Idaho Department of Commerce has awarded the City of McCall an Idaho Community Development Block Grant in the amount of$475,300 to purchase and install seventy (70) street and intersection light poles and fixtures to improve pedestrian safety and encourage economic development as part of the city's Downtown Core Reconstruction Project. The grant award contract document is attached and has been provided to the City Attorney for review. The match requirement($8,038,226)articulated under pt.3 in the contract is based upon the estimated total costs to all City funding categories (Streets, LOT, Water, Franchise, Grants received) as provided by Horrocks Engineers for the grant application. The final match amount may likely be higher once the full project is complete, which will not require a contract amendment. In the unlikely event the City does not meet the contract match amount, an amendment to the contract will be requested. RECOMMENDED ACTION: Approve and authorize the Mayor to sign the Idaho Community Development Block Grant Award Contract in the amount of$475,300 to purchase and install seventy(70)street and intersection light poles and fixtures. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION July 12,2018 Adopted Resolution 18-16 Declaration of Redevelopment Area October 25,2018 Approval of Idaho Community Development Block Grant application submittal. IDAHO COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT CONTRACT CFDA#: 14.228 GRANTEE NAME: City of McCall GRANTEE ADDRESS: 216 E. Park Street McCall, ID 83638 GRANTEE DUNS NO: 188922611 GRANTEE CAGE Code: 3K5M9 PROJECT TITLE: McCall Downtown Core Revitalization Project CONTRACT NO.: ICDBG-19-III-14-ED This Contract is made pursuant to the Idaho Community Block Grant Program (ICDBG) and is entered into between the Idaho Department of Commerce (DEPARTMENT) and the City of McCall (GRANTEE). The DEPARTMENT and GRANTEE hereby agree as follows: 1. Compliance Requirements: GRANTEE, sub-recipients, contractors, and subcontractors, receiving ICDBG funds shall comply with 24 CFR, part 570 Community Development Block Grants and applicable subparts as amended; the terms and conditions of Federal Grant Number B-19-DC-16- 0001; the procedures in the DEPARTMENT's ICDBG Application Handbook and Grant Administration Manual; and the DEPARTMENT's most current consolidated plan. GRANTEE shall also comply with the federal laws and adopted citizen participation plan as certified to by the chief elected official on the certification page of the GRANTEE's application. 2. ICDBG Amount: The maximum amount of ICDBG assistance awarded by this Contract is Four Hundred Seventy-Five Thousand, Three Hundred Dollars ($475,300). 3. Match: GRANTEE shall provide Eight Million, Thirty-Eight Thousand, Two Hundred Twenty-Six Dollars ($8,038,226) in matching funds for the purposes of completing this project. In the event costs exceed the total dollars budgeted for the project, GRANTEE shall be responsible for providing the additional funds needed to complete the project. 4. The Project: Attached hereto as Attachment"A" and incorporated herein is the Scope of Work and Project Schedule. At a minimum, Attachment"A" shall consist of the following components: a. Construction Scope of Work b. Design professional and grant administration c. Equal Access Planning d. National Objective e. State Goal f. Schedule 5. Environmental Standards and Conditional Commitment of Funds: GRANTEE and not the Sub- recipient hereby assumes responsibility for the completion of an environmental review process under the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (42 U.S.C. 4321 et seq.) and related laws, as furthered by HUD regulations contained in 24 CFR part 58 and the ICDBG Grant Administration Manual. Notwithstanding any provision of this Contract, the parties hereto agree and acknowledge that this Contract does not constitute a commitment of funds or site approval, and that such commitment of funds or approval may occur only after satisfactory completion of the ICDBG's environmental review process under 24 CFR Part 58 and issuance of the DEPARTMENT's Notice of Concurrence. The parties further agree that the payment of any funds by the DEPARTMENT under this Contract is conditioned on the DEPARTMENT's determination, in its sole discretion, to proceed with, modify or cancel the project based on the results of a subsequent environmental review and agreement upon ICDBG Contract Page 1 of 9 McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB19-117 Meeting Date June 13, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: T Originator Department Approvals Initials or Supporter Request for Approval of Apple Developer Program Mayor/Council License Agreement City Manager .Age Clerk Treasurer Community Development (vl(7 Originator Police Department Public Works Golf Course COST IMPACT: $0 Parks and Recreation FUNDING Community Development Airport SOURCE: Historic Preservation Commission Library TIMELINE: Payment due prior to 6/21/2019 Information Systems Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT: The City of McCall's Geographic Information Systems(GIS)has created an application developed with the Historic Preservation Commission(HPC)for a tour of historic properties in the McCall area. To publish the application to the Apple iTunes the City must accept the terms of the Apple Developer Program License Agreement. The attached agreement has been reviewed and approved by the City Attorney. RECOMMENDED ACTION: Approve Apple Developer Program License Agreement terms of use and authorize the GIS Analyst to electronically accept the terms. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING APPLE DEVELOPER PROGRAM LICENSE AGREEMENT TERMS AND CONDITIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE DOWNLOADING OR USING THE APPLE SOFTWARE OR APPLE SERVICES. THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS CONSTITUTE A LEGAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN YOU AND APPLE. Apple Developer Program License Agreement Purpose You would like to use the Apple Software (as defined below)to develop one or more Applications (as defined below)for Apple-branded products. Apple is willing to grant You a limited license to use the Apple Software and Services provided to You under this Program to develop and test Your Applications on the terms and conditions set forth in this Agreement. Applications developed under this Agreement for iOS Products, Apple Watch, or Apple TV can be distributed in four ways: (1)through the App Store, if selected by Apple, (2)through the Custom App Distribution via Apple Business Manager, if selected by Apple, (3)on a limited basis for use on Registered Devices (as defined below), and (4)for beta testing through TestFlight. Applications developed for macOS can be distributed through the App Store, if selected by Apple, or separately distributed under this Agreement. Applications that meet Apple's Documentation and Program Requirements may be submitted for consideration by Apple for distribution via the App Store, Custom App Distribution, or for beta testing through TestFlight. If submitted by You and selected by Apple, Your Applications will be digitally signed by Apple and distributed, as applicable. Distribution of free (no charge) Applications (including those that use the In-App Purchase API for the delivery of free content) will be subject to the distribution terms contained in Schedule 1 to this Agreement. If You would like to distribute Applications for which You will charge a fee or would like to use the In-App Purchase API for the delivery of fee-based content, You must enter into a separate agreement with Apple ("Schedule 2"). If You would like to distribute Applications via Custom App Distribution, You must enter into a separate agreement with Apple ("Schedule 3"). You may also create Passes (as defined below)for use on Apple-branded products running iOS or watchOS under this Agreement and distribute such Passes for use by Wallet. 1. Accepting this Agreement; Definitions 1.1 Acceptance In order to use the Apple Software and Services, You must first accept this Agreement. If You do not or cannot accept this Agreement, You are not permitted to use the Apple Software or Services. Do not download or use the Apple Software or Services in that case. You accept and agree to the terms of this Agreement on Your own behalf and/or on behalf of Your company, organization, educational institution, or agency, instrumentality, or department of the federal government as its authorized legal representative, by doing either of the following: (a)checking the box displayed at the end of this Agreement if You are reading this on an Apple website; or (b)clicking an "Agree" or similar button, where this option is provided by Apple. 1.2 Definitions Whenever capitalized in this Agreement: "Ad Network APIs" means the Documented APIs that provide a way to validate the successful conversion of advertising campaigns on supported Apple-branded products using a combination of cryptographic signatures and a registration process with Apple. Program Agreement Page 1 McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-118 Meeting Date June 13, 2018 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Originator Department Approvals Initials or Supporter Request for Approval of the ESRI Annual Mayor/Council Software Maintenance Agreement City Manager 9 Clerk Treasurer Community Development N1,7 Originator Police Department Public Works Golf Course COST IMPACT: $9,000.00 Parks and Recreation FUNDING Community Development Airport SOURCE: Public Works&Airport Library TIMELINE: Payment due prior to 9/28/2018 Information Systems Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT: The City of McCall's GIS program has been in place for over 10 years and supports all departments within the City organization as well as the public. ESRI is the primary GIS software provider for the GIS field. While there is no explicit contract to be signed, we are subject to ESRI's standard terms and conditions (attached). The terms have been reviewed by the City Attorney. RECOMMENDED ACTION: Approve ESRI terms of use and annual payment and authorize the GIS Analyst to electronically accept the terms. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION Master Agreement • 114E AL ) e`�� I OF ENCE Products and Services i./ "HERE Revised 10/12/2018 IMPORTANT—READ CAREFULLY • Unless superseded by a signed license agreement between you and Esri, Esri is willing to provide Esri r. Offerings and Services to you only if you accept all terms and conditions contained in this Agreement as the sole and final agreement of the parties regarding your acquisition of these Esri Offerings and Services. Please read the terms and conditions carefully. You may not use the Esri Offerings unless you agree to the terms and conditions of the Agreement. Your access and use of Esri Offerings, or Services, constitutes your acceptance of the terms and conditions of this Agreement. If you do not agree, contact your local sales representative prior to making your purchase. This Master Agreement ("Agreement") is between you ("Customer") and Environmental Systems Research Institute, Inc. ("Esri"), a California corporation with a place of business at 380 New York Street, Redlands, California 92373-8100 USA. Attachment A contains definitions of capitalized terms used throughout this Agreement. Each section of this Agreement may include additional definitions that are used exclusively within that section. 1.0 GENERAL GRANT OF RIGHTS AND RESTRICTIONS 1.1 Grant of Rights. In consideration of Customer's payment of all applicable fees and in accordance with this Agreement, Esri a. Provides Services as set forth in this Agreement; b. Grants to Customer a nonexclusive, nontransferable right and license or subscription to access and use Esri Offerings as set forth in the Specifications and applicable Ordering Documents; and c. Authorizes Customer to copy and make derivative works of the Documentation for Customer's own internal use in conjunction with Customer's authorized use of Esri Offerings. Customer will include the following copyright attribution notice acknowledging the proprietary rights of Esri and its licensors in any derivative work: "Portions of this document include intellectual property of Esri and its licensors and are used under license. Copyright©[Customer will insert the actual copyright date(s)from the source materials.] Esri and its licensors.All rights reserved." The grants of rights in this section (i) continue for the duration of the subscription or applicable Term or perpetually if no Term is applicable or identified in the Ordering Documents and (ii) are subject to additional rights and restrictions in this Agreement including Attachment B. 1.2 Consultant or Contractor Access. Customer may authorize its consultants or contractors to (i) host Esri Offerings for Customer's benefit and (ii) use Esri Offerings exclusively for Customer's benefit. Customer will be solely responsible for its consultants'and contractors'compliance with this Agreement and will ensure that each consultant or contractor discontinues use of Esri Offerings upon completion of work for Customer. Access to or use of Esri Offerings by consultants or contractors that is not exclusively for Customer's benefit is prohibited. 1.3 Reservation of Rights.All Esri Offerings are the copyrighted works of Esri or its licensors; all rights not specifically granted in this Agreement are reserved. 2.0 SOFTWARE AND ONLINE SERVICES 2.1 Definitions. The following definitions supplement the definitions provided in Attachment A: a. "Anonymous Users" means all who have public access (i.e., without having to provide a Named User Credential)to any part of Customer Content or Customer's Value-Added Applications. E204 Legal Page 1 of 25 October 12,2018 McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-122 Meeting Date June 13, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Department Approvals Initials Originator or Supporter Request to Approve a Memorandum of Mayor/Council Understanding with the McCall Youth Football City Manager Atifr Club and the CityofRecreationTrMcCall Parks and Treasurer Department Community Development Police Department Public Works Golf Course COST IMPACT: T.B.D. Parks and Recreation TW Originator FUNDING Revenue from the registration fees Airport SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: June 13,2019 Information Systems Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT: McCall Youth Football Club(MYFC)is a youth sports organization that has replaced the Optimist Football Program and offers full-contact football coaching and games for local youth. The club has non-profit status and needs program registration assistance.The MYFC approached the City of McCall Parks and Recreation Department, about partnering with the club to help advertise,collect program registrations and monies. The program was a success with 45 registered participants and would like to partner again for the 2019 fall season. The Parks and Recreation Department utilizes Team Sideline for their program registration, advertising, and participant database software. The MYFC has set the program registration fee and will be responsible for purchasing and maintaining safe equipment for the football program and provide their own liability insurance. The Parks and Recreation Department will advertise for the program, collect registration fees and disperse funds to the MYFC. The department will collect 10%of the total registration fees to cover our expenses. McCall Recreation Youth Scholarships will not be used for the football program. Those needing financial assistance for the program can contact the football club directly to request support. RECOMMENDED ACTION: Approve the Memorandum of Understanding with the McCall Youth Football Club and approve the Mayor to sign all necessary documentation. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION Memorandum of Understanding This Memorandum of Understanding (the "Memorandum") is made on , by and between the City of McCall and representatives of the McCall Youth Football Club for the purpose of achieving the various aims and objectives relating to the Recreational Full-Contact Football Program (the"Project"). WHEREAS City of McCall and McCall Youth Football Club desire to enter into an agreement in which City of McCall and McCall Youth Football Club will work together to complete the Project; and WHEREAS City of McCall and McCall Youth Football,Club are desirous to enter into a Memorandum of Understanding between them, setting out the working arrangements that each of the partners agree are necessary to complete the Project; PURPOSE The purpose of this Memorandum is to provide the framework for any future binding contract regarding Recreational Full-Contact Football Program between the City of McCall and McCall Youth Football Club. OBLIGATIONS of the PARTNERS The Partners acknowledge that no contractual relationship is created between them by this Memorandum but agree to work together in the true spirt of partnership to ensure that there is a united visible and responsive leadership of the Project and to demonstrate financial,administrative and managerial commitment to the Project by means of the following individual services. COOPERATION The Activities and Services for the Project shall include, but not limited to: a. Services to be rendered by the City of McCall include: I. Project duties shall include, but not limited to collecting Project registration fees set by the McCall Youth Football Club; City of McCall Recreation Scholarship Funds will not be used in lieu for Project participation fee,nor will account credit; II. Advertising Project using youth database contacts owned by the City of McCall; III. Render payments collected, minus 10%for administrative and advertising costs to be kept by City of McCall,to the McCall Youth Football Club; IV. Storage of football gear will be housed with the City of McCall, Recreation Departments equipment. V. Communicating Project participant information with McCall Youth Football Club. b. Services to be rendered by the McCall Youth Football Club include: I. Paying applicable sales and local option taxes on Project fees collected; Page 1 of 3 MOU McCall Youth Football Club June 13,2019 McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-124 Meeting Date June 13, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Originator Department Approvals Initials or Supporter Request to Approve a Revised Airport Tie Down Mayor/Council Agreement Template City Manager. Clerk Treasurer Community Development Police Department Public Works Golf Course COST IMPACT: None Parks and Recreation FUNDING N/A _Airport Originator SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: N/A Information Systems Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT: The airport staff is recommending a change to the tie down agreement template. Currently the airport offers a designated tie down space for aircraft at a reduced parking rate for prepaying monthly or seasonally. The change is to not designate a parking space but allow prepaid parking on any available space. The US Forest Service is rebuilding their ramp this year and we are anticipating renovating the parallel taxiway next year. The freedom to flex apron parking without coordinating with tie down holders will be useful.Additionally, the airport is not staffed to continuously monitor aircraft parking. Fees are unchanged. Attachment: Tie down agreement template. RECOMMENDED ACTION: Approve the updated Airport Tie Down Agreement Template. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION ALIM City of McCall AIRPORT McCall Municipal Airport Tie-Down Agreement Contact: Jay Scherer, McCall Airport Manager, 208-634-1488, jscherer@mccall.id.us Name: Mailing Address: Phone(s): E-Mail Address: Term: This agreement shall be effective From: day of ,2019, Until: day of , 2019 or until terminated. Termination may be by either party upon 30 days written notice, by Certified Mail, or in person at the Airport Manager's office. Note: tie-down agreements will not extend beyond the ft of November due to airport snow removal activities. Aircraft left after November 1, are subject to$50.00 Monthly tie-down fee, and the aircraft owner herby acknowledges that snow and cold weather may adversely affect their airplane. McCall Municipal Airport 1216 E. Park St., McCall, ID 83638 I www.mccall.id.us 1208-634-1488 AGENDA 11-110r Regular Meeting City of McCall June 13, 2019 at 5:30 PM Legion Hall - McCall City Hall City Council (Lower Level) 216 East Park Street OPEN SESSION PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE APPROVE THE AGENDA 5:30 p.m. CONSENT AGENDA All matters which are listed within the consent section of the agenda have been distributed to each member of the McCall City Council for reading and study. Items listed are considered routine by the Council and will be enacted with one motion unless a Council Member specifically requests it to be removed from the Consent Agenda to be considered separately. Staff recommends approval of the following ACTION ITEMS: 1. Council Regular Minutes—May 23,2019 (ACTION ITEM) 2. Payroll Report for period ending May 17, 2019 (ACTION ITEM) 3. Payroll Report for period ending May 31, 2019 (ACTION ITEM) 4. Clerk License Report(ACTION ITEM) 5. Warrant Register—GL (ACTION ITEM) 6. Warrant Register—Vendor(ACTION ITEM) 7. Department Reports(ACTION ITEM) 8. Accept the Following COMMITTEE MINUTES (ACTION ITEM) a. Environmental Advisory Committee—2019—April 19 b. Historic Preservation Commission—2019—March 13 c. Historic Preservation Commission—2019—May 6 d. Library Building Committee—2019—April 17 e. Public Art Advisory Committee—2019—February 27 f. Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee—2019—April 17 g. Planning and Zoning Commission—2019—April 2 9. AB 19-116 Request to approve and authorize the Mayor to sign the contract with Idaho Commerce for Community Development Block Grant#ICDBG-19-III-14-ED(ACTION ITEM) 10. AB 19-117 Request for Approval of Apple Developer Program License Agreement(ACTION ITEM) 11. AB 19-118 Request for Approval of the ESRI Annual Software Maintenance Agreement (ACTION ITEM) 12. AB 19-122 Request to Approve a Memorandum of Understanding with the McCall Youth Football Club and the City of McCall Parks and Recreation Department(ACTION ITEM) 13. AB 19-131 Request to Approve a new lease for Hangar 533 by Joanne Miller, and terminate joint interest in the lease at Time of Closing(ACTION ITEM) 14. AB 19-124 Request to Approve a Revised Airport Tie Down Agreement Template (ACTION ITEM) • Page l of 3 CITY COUNCIL AGENDA June 13, 2019 Regular 5:35 p.m. PRESENTATION AB 19-125 Presentation of Certificate of Appreciat. n to Brian Koch 8 years of Service Recognition(ACTION ITEM) =401.16 • 5:40 p.m. REPORTS ctChamber monthly report to Council . F 145 p.m. PUBLIC COMMENT rp At this time, the Mayor will call for any comments from the public on any subject whether or not it is on the agenda for any.item(s)the public may wish to bring forward and discuss. Please limit comments to three (3) minutes. The City Council does not take any action or make any id cisions during public comment. To request Council action during the Business portion of a ouncil meeting,contact the City Manager or City Clerk at least one week in advance of a meeting. :50 p.m. PROCLAMATION AB 19-126 Request to Proclaim July 13,2019 as Humanitarian Wood Work Day(ACTION ITEM) BUSINESS AGENDA 5:55 p.m. AB 19-115 Request to appoint Walt Sledzieski to a three-year term on the Historic Preservation Commission(ACTION ITEM) 6:00 p.m. AB 19-121 Conservation Program Agreement with Valley Soil & Water Conservation District and the Reallocation of Parks Department Capital Funds (ACTION ITEM) 6:05 p.m. AB 19-119 Request to Adopt Resolution 19-10 to amend the McCall Public Art Advisory Committee bylaws to increase committee membership from five to seven members(ACTION ITEM) 6:10 p.m. AB 19-128 Request for Approval for use of "Rapid" name and branding logo for municipal fiber utility(ACTION ITEM) 6:20 p.m. AB 19-120 Civic Campus Master Planning Concepts Review and Direction to Staff (ACTION ITEM) 7:20 p.m. AB 19-127 Request to Review and Approve the Local Option Tax Funding for FY20 (ACTION ITEM) 7:50 p.m. AB 19-130 Request to Approve the Airport Triangle Leasehold Amendments and Commercial Leaseholds on the Airport(ACTION ITEM) 8:10 p.m. AB 19-123 Request to Adopt Ordinance 975 Amending McCall City Code Title 5, Public Safety, Chapter 6, Vehicle and Boat Regulations, Subchapter B, Parking Regulations (ACTION ITEM) 8:20 p.m.AB 19-129 Request for Review and Approval of a Request for Proposal for Civil Legal Services (ACTION ITEM) Page 2 of 3 CITY COUNCIL AGENDA June 13, 2019 Regular McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-126 Meeting Date June 13, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Department Approvals Initials Originator or Supporter Request to Proclaim July 13, 2019 as Mayor/Council Humanitarian Wood Work Day City Manager Clerk Originator n ,/ Treasurer O 0 ( - • Community Development Police Department Public Works Golf Course COST IMPACT: n/a Parks and Recreation FUNDING n/a Airport SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: ASAP Information Systems Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT: Dave Holland in conjunction with the Heartland Hunger and Resource Center, has worked with churches and other community organizations to create a humanitarian project of obtaining firewood for those in need. The three groups of individuals designated for assistance are; 1)widows and single women with children; 2)the aged and infirmed,and 3)those injured and not capable of getting wood themselves. Mr. Holland is requesting that the City declare, by proclamation, the second Saturday in July of each year as the "Humanitarian Wood Work Day". This year that day is July 13, 2019. In prior years, over 200 volunteers participated in cutting, splitting and delivering hundreds of cords of wood. Since the first Wood Work Day over 900 cords of firewood have been delivered to over 175 families in need. The plan is to start at 8:00 a.m. on Saturday, July 13,2019.No one under the age of 18 will be permitted to use a chainsaw. The primary sawyers will be volunteers from the Forest Service Firefighters. The goal is to have the wood cut into rounds the week prior to reduce the need for additional sawyers. Also,volunteering is the McCall Fire District who is providing EMT services for the activities.Enough wood has already been purchased and is in McCall already for this year's event. Attached is the proclamation for 2019. RECOMMENDED ACTION: Proclaim July 13,2019 to be Humanitarian Wood Work Day in the City of McCall and authorize the Mayor to sign the proclamation. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION City of McCall Humanitarian Wood Work Day 2019 Proclamation WHEREAS, the Heartland Hunger and Resource Center, a non-profit organization, has organized a humanitarian project; and WHEREAS, the citizens of McCall, Idaho have united to participate in the humanitarian project; and WHEREAS, the community effort will assist widows, single mothers, the elderly, and the disabled in obtaining firewood for next winter; and WHEREAS, several churches and non-profit organizations within the community have pledged in excess of$12,000 in support of the project. NOW, THEREFORE the McCall City Council and I, Jackie J. Aymon, Mayor of McCall, do hereby proclaim the 13th day of July 2019 to be Humanitarian Wood Work Day in McCall, Idaho and urge all our citizens to show their support of this community project. IN WITNESS WHEREOF,I have hereunto set my hand and caused to be affixed the Seal of the City of McCall, Idaho at the City Hall in McCall on this 13th day of June in the year two thousand and nineteen. Jackie J. Aymon, Mayor McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-121 Meeting Date: June 13, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Department Approvals Initials Originator or Supporter Mayor/Council Conservation Program Agreement with Valley Soil tyClerk anagerSr & Water Conservation District and the re- Treasurer allocation of Parks Department Capital Funds Community Development Police Department Public Works Golf Course COST IMPACT: $8,898.00(City grant match contribution) Parks and Recreation tfi / Originator FUNDING Additional Re-Allocation of a portion of the Airport SOURCE: budgeted funds form the Warren Wagon Library Pathway capital project. TIMELINE: June 13,2019 Information Systems Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT: The Valley Soil&Water Conservation District have deemed the erosion and undermining of the bank along the North Fork of the Payette River at Riverfront Park a priority and have allocated an additional $10,000 - dollars from additional DEQ 319 Grant Funding, engineering, and permiting to mitigate the problem. With the funding and engineering support of the Valley Soil & Water Conservation District and the rock source from the Warren Wagon Road project the additional overall scope of work is currently acheivable. These funds are competitive and there are many entities throughout Valley County with viable projects to compete with. The timing of these funds did not coincide with the budget and CIP process and the City is obligated to match contribution on the total project cost, which equates to $8,898 of the contract estimate. After assessing priorities, the Parks Department is currently in a position to capitalize on the availability of these funds to mitigate the problem while funds are available. In order to meet the match contribution staff would like to re-allocate an additional amount of the department's budgeted captial funds for pathway maintenance for FY19 to this project. Note: The Warren Wagon pathway project was budgeted $45,000 ($35,000 property tax&$10,000 reserved pathway future capital). Total project cost re-allocation will total $29,570.40 leaving$15,429.60 to address the current deferred maintenance demands on the Warren Wagon Pathway. Given the shared maintenance of that pathway with the County, staff feels that $15,429.60 will be an adequate budget to mitigate the City's maintenance obligation on that section of pathway. RECOMMENDED ACTION: Approve the second Conservation Program Agreement with Valley Soil&Water Conservation District with the re-allocation of $8,898 from the capital pathways project fund and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION CONSERVATION PROGRAM AGREEMENT VALLEY SOIL& WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT Valley County Watershed Improvement Project 209 N IDAHO STREET,CASCADE,ID §319 Grant Subaward#S602 (208)382-3317 - email: Durena.Farr@id.nacdneLnet PARTICIPANT(S) PARTICIPANT(S) NAME: City of McCall-Parks& Rec. AGREEMENT NUMBER: §319#S602-2019-2 PROJECT NAME: Riverfront Park- NFPR GPS:44.53.557"N 116 6.452'W STREET ADDRESS: 216 E Park Street LEGAL DESCRIPTION:SE Sect CITY,STATE ZIP: McCall, ID 83638 NFPR Riverfront Park, McCal PHONE: Kurt Wolf(208)315-0063 AGREEMENT PERIOD: 5/1/2019-6/7/2019 SCHEDULE OF OPERATIONS AND COST SHARE INCENTIVES Maximum Cost Potential Cost Practice Contract Practice Total Allowable Practice Extent Unit Allowable Share Share Year Sched. Service Life Item No. Code Cost Unit Cost* Level Incentives (years) Install additional boulders 1 $18,989 $18,898.00 60% Cut back top bank $10,000.00 2019 NA - 2 Transport extra soil on-site ° Grade,shape and compact $0.00 60% $0.00 3 Install embankment topsoil, $0.00 60% $0.00 vegetation and jute mesh 4 $0.00 60% $0.00 5 $0.00 60% $0.00 6 $0.00 60% $0.00 7 $0.00 60% $0.00 Total Project Costs: $18,898.00 Total Potential §319 Cost Share: $10,000.00 Participant Responsibility: $ 8,898.00 *Unit Cost for practice extent is based on the NRCS Cost List. PARTICIPANT ACKNOWLEDGEMENT Participant agrees to implement the practices specified above in the Schedule of Operations approved by the Valley SWCD during the agreement period stipulated above. Participant agrees to maintain the installed practices specified above in the Schedule of Operations for the Practice Service Life. Participant understands that cost share incentives are calculated on an AM Basis-Actual cost not to exceed the maximum unit cost specified above. Signature: Date: Signature: Date: 5/2/2019 5/2/2019 APPROVAL Conservation District Representative Agreement becomes effective when signed by the Participant(s)and an Signature: Date: authorized representative of the Valley SWCD. 5/2/2019 Payments will only be issued on completed practices that meet Natural Approved Resources Conservation Service Practice Standards. 3/2015 McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-119 Meeting Date June 13, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Originator Department Approvals Initials or Supporter Request to Adopt Resolution 19-10 to amend the Mayor/Council McCall Public Art Advisory Committee bylaws toCityerk Manager Cl increase committee membership from five to seven Treasurer members Community Development Police Department Public Works Golf Course COST IMPACT: none Parks and Recreation FUNDING n/a Airport SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: asap Information Systems Eco Devo Planner Originator SUMMARY STATEMENT: The mission of the McCall Public Art Advisory Committee is to make recommendations to City Council regarding public art projects and policies within the City of McCall. The Public Art Advisory Committee was formed in 2012 by resolution of City Council (Resolution 12-13 attached),consisting of five members appointed by City Council. Members are appointed to three-year terms, which are renewable for one additional term. At its May 29, 2019 meeting, the members of the Public Art Advisory Committee unanimously recommended that the committee membership be increased from five(5)to seven(7)members to allow for broader representation and participation on the committee. The attached committee bylaws document has been updated to reflect this requested change.Resolution 19- 10 approving the bylaws amendment and enacting the increase in committee size is also attached. RECOMMENDED ACTION: Adopt Resolution 19-10 amending the McCall Public Art Advisory Committee bylaws to increase committee membership from five to seven members and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION June 29,2012 City Council approved by resolution(12-13)Public Art Policies and Recommendations which included the mission and responsibilities of the McCall Public Art Advisory Council September 27,2012 City Council approved the Bylaws for the McCall Public Art Advisory Committee. • McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-120 Meeting Date June 13, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Originator Department Approvals Initials or Supporter Civic Campus Master Planning Concepts Mayor Council City Manager Clerk Treasurer Community Development M Q.7 Originator Police Department Public Works Golf Course COST IMPACT: n/a Parks and Recreation FUNDING n/a Airport SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: ASAP Information Systems Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT: The City Council has contracted with a design professional to layout and program the City campus as a Master Plan. A Master Planned Campus will look at the near-term phasing and a longer-term layout of the campus with all the programmed uses including an alternative option of locating administrative offices in another location. In order to guide and provide insight into the Master Plan process led by Humphries Poli, a Civic Campus Master Plan Steering Committee was formed for the project. The Steering Committee has held 4 two-hour meetings to guide the concepts.Public input and comments were gathered from an Open House at the library and an online survey. The consultants then took all the information and prepared concepts for the City Council's consideration. After the feedback received on June 13, they will go back and develop final concepts and a report for action at the July 11 Council meeting. RECOMMENDED ACTION: Provide feedback to the Humphries Poli team. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION February 14,2019 Letter for Services with Humphries Poli was approved. ��n� C��'►v'-ham , INTRODUCTION MASTER PLAN GOALS NM/LIBRARY ' ""-PASSAGE 10 TRANSIT B USER The goal of the Master Plan is to create a vision for Additional considerations discussed by the Steering the Civic Campus simultaneous with the develop- Committee include: B'wf F 1OA" ment design for a new McCall Public Library facility — N(W CITY TIMI proposed to be constructed on the Civic Campus. • Ensuring the Master Plan is in line with the re sources of the City A desired outcome of the Master Plan is to create ideas and programs for potential uses,functions,and • Encouraging multi-modal transportation where buildings resulting in a mixed-use Civic Campus to in- possible ... dude,but not limited to City Administration,Library, I I Transportation Center, Community & Recreation ' Connecting the campus with Railroad Avenue cell, .,ai■ Center, Parks & Recreation storefront, and poten- . Creating a civic campus that can handle winter t I WIN as iF •�1 % '• ij _ tially a residential component. It is envisioned these conditions ` ��; '1h- --!... co p.. 10°"!iT \:=1,- uses i uses could be combined into multiple buildings with �' �' i' 11 i, fA / ' 41,01 the potential for shared uses. Other issues to be ad- r— tri_ ,A; f14_ 11____ dressed in the Master Plan are parking and auto and �� • .�,N, 'S� � pedestrian circulation; connection to City pathway/ --'T Railroad Right of Way and potential to connect to 2nd A S Street,and landscaping. ' Z ,-- \- This conceptural rendering from the McCall Area Comprehensive Plan illustrates the community's desire to have a downtown City Campus with expanded and shared uses. 8 I Humphries Poli Architects _.ice _ INTRODUCTION f RELATIONSHIP TO OTHER PLANSci ` This document builds on previous planning efforts completed by the City of McCall and has integrated goals C teliktr and ideas about the future civic campus into the recommended Preferred Option. I C. MCCALL �t l IN MOTION MCCALL AREA COMPREHENSIVE PLAN MCCALL DOWNTOWN MASTER PLAN south).Second Street could include public art incor- orated into apaver design and flush curbs that cre- a r.• PI+0,1 (Adopted 2018) (Adopted 2013) p g ate a pedestrian focused environment and enable The McCall Area Comprehensive Plan defines the vi- Thb McCall Downtown Master Plan designated this the street to be easily closed for festivals, farmers 'y i`" sion and goals of the future of McCall,as described area as the Civic District,and noted it as a key gather- markets,and special events.Public art in the form of 714 j" ' below. ing place for the City.It includes city-owned property sculptures, pavement designs, murals,signage,and in Downtown(see map).A key property is the area at street furnishings can be incorporated throughout Our Vision:McCall is a diverse,small town united to the south terminus of Second Street that is the cur- the streetscape to create a truly special place within maintain a safe, clean, healthy, and attractive envi- rent location of the McCall City Hall,the McCall Police the Downtown Core.Art Roberts Park and the McCall n�CCALL DOWNTOWN ronment.It is a friendly,progressive community that Department,the McCall Library,the old Fire Station, Library are ideal locations at each end of the street to TER PUN is affordable and sustainable. and the Senior Center.A master plan has been de- establish artistic gateways into Downtown.Mini pock- Our Character:Encourage the mountain character veloped for this property which has the opportuni- et parks located along Second Street would provide L �s - that is unique to McCall,representing a small town ty to become an important civic center that is the additional areas for people to linger and gathering _- , feel,while highlighting the natural setting and a qual- south anchor of Second Street.This district provides spaces during special events. Public improvements _, :-5+' locationpublic services suchas a multimodalto the sidewalks and street can facilitate business the for ity built environment. ,`�;` y�' transit facility and public parking,as well as key civic owners and property owners to make investments in N Our Economy: Support public agencies, local busi- buildings and gathering places,such as the Library. private property improvements along Second Street ., _ '- . nesses,entrepreneurship,and recreational tourism, and energize this part of the Downtown Core. . ,- ... `' while providing a variety of housing types to meet It also advocated for the creation of a vibrant,pedes- varied income levels and stages of life. trian-oriented Second Street that connects the Civic CONCEPTUAL DESIGN STUDY FOR AN Center to the lakefront(CN 2.) Second Street runs EXPANDED MCCALL PUBLIC LIBRARY Our Connections:Foster a sense of exploration and north-south through the Downtown Core District. (2016) McCall Public Library seek to enhance the recreational experience and mo- Currently, the street has a combination of parallel Conceptual „R Stay,o„E P,,eeabLa11Pub1c Library bility within the City for visitors and residents through and diagonal parking, sidewalks of varying widths Humphries Poli Architects,with the City of McCall cre- a oe«mee„o,s safe walkable places,diverse transportation modes, with some missing segments,and several vehicular ated a Facilities Master Plan for the existing 10,000 and efficient transit choices. accesses to adjacent parcels. The diagonal parking sf library located adjacent to the Civic Campus.The areas along Second Street are not currently wide or team created a program of needs based upon input Goal 10:Emphasize and promote civic facilities in deep enough to meet City Standards and this has from several community meetings.The existing facil- land use planning. caused traffic issues.The street slopes from south to ity was evaluated and recommendations for current Policy 10.1 Retain and expand civic uses down- north at approximately 3%which poses some chat- and future uses of the Library were made.The Master town,according to the Downtown Master Plan. lenges for storefront entrances but can also add in- Plan resulted in the creation of a vision to expand the _ _ terest and uniqueness to the streetscape. existing Library with a two-story addition and sharing — Policy 10.2 Accommodate a mix of uses on the of various community spaces with the City Hall. downtown City campus. There are great opportunities to create a vibrant,pe- destrian-oriented Second Street due to its wide(80') (,( right-of-way,view of Payette Lake,and public facili- 61- I n 1/t' t 1 ties anchored at each end(Art Roberts Park on the V �J north and the McCall Library and Civic Center on the (:/� McCall Civic Center Campus Master Plan 17 SUCCESS OF THE MASTER PLAN Incorporating Nature The new Civic Campus needs to give • Have walkable areas, good street lighting, and a - ii' -. 9.e* ;fir° ,44 ,."'• q` j .°.''''•:4`'.1.• .. "t �i� ` opportunities for people to interact outside. place that people enjoy. t I .�• r \ c,,,\,, 1.". ` li1`r�..h!., rr• 4 �t �ai;4cf. yt i I ,,!..4 4 11 -� ..:1 F� ,y•,y ,r. .! I t( 'rY� C • Places for people to come together, a museum ((q i l� �' iil�t x 91 ) Ir ( K. with the history of McCall,a lot of activities. �' , " , ; " ' >.,` 1 tri yx. ,,;:,.:..,:41,4* t , • Cute, little, pedestrian friendly downtown core. ; ;> t .1.....„,. 1e Recreation/community center would ft well.Gym •j- .` - .'"h t § liorP facility that invites a lot of different populations. ,j: i Flf{'• ,�� 4� , . y, �,qy3 to - 1 • How does it work as a whole and what other enti- i—�, 1/ I: t-ti �,t 'I j � rJ K"' I S ' ties benefit? "' ' t • • People enjoying the space, the synergy between . ! — -_, ,,f� ' ' ,' v4� i _ , ,_ \ users and uses. ••' If''i!c a • Support bike to school day with children and par- a• - * 1 `s,L, � ent's biking to the library. t i.^ '- ':,.1 ° ��� • Dont want to lose track of who we are serving(it's i� ., %' ii l k� x• all about the people) �, , - _�` � :'4; fi %le'. • Legacy Park (and all the parks) revamped 3rd ,-t,- - _w ^111.– � street. Continue the improvements that have al- - __ �_ ready been made.Remember all of the successes / so far. City of McCall , - public Library .2.7.6„. ,i,,, --1‘., / 1 Campus with Character *life -Well Kept Sidewalks -Landscaping and Foliage ..I~ �� •'. -Appropriate Lighting that Fits in the Area1- -Parking forall Modes ofTransportation I �� A Plan for the Future Continue the improvements that have already been made. McCall Civic Center Campus Master Plan 113 21ST CENTURY CIVIC CAMPUS • Seeing the interaction of education and seniors.The potential for a the- Modern,Contextual Building ater,gallery,and convention space. • Likes the feel of the town of Stone Mountain,Georgia and the civic cam- pus there. ' f 1 Flexibilityfor Future Needs • Very walkable, mountains and lake,good restaurants,and it felt veryAgiej1 i modern. ` III'1: • �,t , r,' It • Remove the physical and preserved barriers.Have shared spaces and t!_ crossover use / interaction. Is there potential for the school board 11,414 "--.----02- i --n _ K,u,., room and council chambers to be one and the same?Could they share • J's�! Roma roR ua, conference rooms?Share services?The community health board could 1,; _- �,,o, also share the space. ,� I '', - ,..�....., • <;, _. .-�, .. .. ii 8r,.' yrVi 1tv it tAv, ar • Connectivity, mixed-use,better collaboration,everyone needs to talk a,may,ery dam,�r and communicate. a^Ytcah ‘� 1"j Sr Coikr.. .{211.�- • Modern facilities with nature mixed in. 1 _N1~r - P 'e\ • Cooperation and included green space. Include bike rack and quick ::.!;,ibr_ l ��,� �` ' P�c� 1t� i lli. 't�a�epickup/drop-off. __ ;A _ t XPi til • How to be a community asset and not just a regulatory interactions. _ - — os • The city is trademarking the phrase"Idaho's Outdoor Playground". - j • People pulling together .�. ��� • A resource for connecting people ' .., ,' Transit Hub/CI Campus 4. • How do we tell the story of the site of the civic campus and its context in the community? • Future-more than a work week environment(activities at all times) Outdoor Gathering Spaces _ r • Look at the city hall/campus in Driggs,Idaho.Include senior center, �; climbing wall,and museum. :..a ' ' • Connections between buildings and flow of traffic.The space should be ',mfg.-4E hi + ie i f RR. , ! §] t. ' more inviting. s • Welcoming outdoor areas with public art Spaces for Events 14 I Humphries Poli Architects CITY OF McCALL ID People Connecting Around Nature Legacy Park is a centerpiece of the commu- nity,where visitors and locals gather around • Downturned lighting,a nice place where people • Airport,river,lake,mountains-why people live nature.On the southern shore of Payette Lake walk and gather. here-all of the recreation activities near downtown McCall,itisacentral locarion /or outdoor recreation. • Mountains,beautiful scenery,and very active • The civic campus is the terminus of the original 4 blocks of McCall. • Walking the downtown area,likes the community . feel,and would like to see the area kept accessi- • Investing in street,but need to think about the ble,but to modernize it. structures along them. • McCall is all about the people and is a very diverse • Think about the redevelopment like Legacy ° `: , • community, even if it isn't so demographically. Park. There is lots of hope and creativity,and potential mei - .- ssynergy • Intentional development in the city. '- t '. • Consolidated downtown feel • The connection from the lake to 2nd street,to �.. r "`{ ' the library,to Alpine Village. • Think about the space in the extremes (snow events,4th of July weekend)when the town is su- • How will uses change in the future? per busy.It's currently a reactionary approach. . How can the transit center be better integrated • The town has great environmental resources, into the community hub • how do we manage these resources? • A mountain town in the middle of the forest - keep this feel in any redesign • 2nd street view corridor-need to expand on this. - -- m,_ • Clean air, clean water, safe, quirky, hometown ' • feel. It wants to be a walkable community, but there are gaps between busy areas • i ' `. 8 • - -- • y: xW • Heart and soul of the community -,ti- = . z,• s - A Mountain Town in the Trees Surrounded by mountains,McCall is a place where people love to live and play all year round. 12 I Humphries Poli Architects CURRENT CIVIC CAMPUS • The current picture of the civic campus is the cin- • The space hasn't changed at all since the 70s. - al' , • der blocks. ""• • Outdated,unwelcoming,not a place people want � � s ' -:s : • It • Not very pretty at the campus to come to. • There are unnecessary barriers between services • Have people want to be here, not just a place , Maw and people. to pay bills,etc.A place of light and joy that rep- +,1', t' resents everyone. - . u . • Represents a very small town, doesn't represent ,•� t' .,. a destination community.No one wants to invest. • Don't forget about the recreation department and __._. _____ __ the police.We need to consider all of the services r� �` [ • • Back of the campus is not welcoming. Concrete that the city offers. fi, block barriers. Vii® t.::; ' • Include signage standards set by the city • The campus feels like a fortress at times. — . :}:���v *{� r yl ' c - . • Work with children at the vegetable garden ,�► 1, 4 r• ' ra �r• ....--- sr .• Everyone is trying really hard, but the space is it 1. �' '.• l cramped. ,h.4 - yam,. ,.• Stagnant Other parts of McCall have grown and remained Not Welcoming vibrant,but the civic campus has not. Safety Concerns Concrete walls make the campus feel The Children's Garden faces onto parking barricaded and does not invite people in. and the City's heavy machinery equipment. Snow Across the campus,snow removal poses I Kan.. problems for the buildings and access points. t .' .-Lr'_ H ',+(. —.• , 40 Alla 7f.]( . "+.' ..ice. , ,. _ `.. ill0 ar,.. . _ .... t . witto....„ , . .. a1. `� �1. McCall Civic Center Campus Master Plan I 11 VISIONING MASTER PLAN PROTOTYPING Prototyping is a process of experimentation to ex- plore ideas before any ground is broken or renova- tion undertaken.The Steering Committee worked in •-- three teams to make their ideas and concepts for the --'��- Civic Campus visual and tangible.Given blocks with "" ` j fir: � s-s 4 ' approximate square footage of each building, and ,. S a base map of the site as it currently exists,groups -,. -: { worked together to make a prototype of the civic - �' .----.1 �� campus without getting overly concerned about the l__ _I i__ - details of what those changes would mean. .`i, Working quickly allows people to not worry about the ' . `. " I details or getting it right the first time,but instead fo- Y i cus on the endless possibilities for their ideas.As the n "" " �S: Steering Committee transformed ideas in their head , ' ,44.r., .:2,' ' ' " to a form that can be understood by others, it be- ` 3 comes obvious what ideas people got excited about. The concepts from the Master Plan Prototypes(top \ 31 right)were converted into the site diagrams below ° ,,, and then used in the next stage of the process to r 4 gather feedback from the broader community. , 0\---\St i J u ( d� J ( nu..'1-----------------)--- 7441- 1813: - \ 7-,:v ii .._, - ....... 41--- A _ / w‘ ,, ,.., , _ Ave \\ roa• ve . i a� -quill!!! 6� , i do um1III . . L McCall Civic Center Campus Master Plan 1 1 S -- VISIONING _ t_ COMMUNITY FEEDBACK h II➢llii ';'.. ,, In addition to the Steering Committee,a community • Plaza is great. y i, y .-.. a! Open House took place at the McCall Library to en- . Library should look down 2nd street to the lake p Mi c�+c_ -� : gage the general public and additional stakeholders. _ ,. l ' iS I • V tf:",4"`,"i'(#• Need drive updropoff for books. V� a t.— �; t- ' �!1 t I The open house workshop was held the evening of I :-...-.1,,f, c ar7! E .� May 2,from 4 to 6pm,and gave community members • Easy access to Library from parking for handicap �^� ' I ' x 't►�T ✓ i the opportunity to give input on the seven options patrons I t _, •, • d •y / r created by the Steering Committee and the Consul- Multi-level parking freeing up green space and JO, 1 ' •x r-' i; - i,a _ : • r tant Team. outdoor event space iq[ J.. r I I Some common themes that emerged from this meet- : No housing !J�" i. -+ d•r ng were: • Open area P1.n nC.mW` z• "�i,,,.-„,i,-i...- ' <pu`°,^""ru alg- • Maximize parking ▪ Transit s1 ,- ,...;•,„:7:,` ML<P,,, • Utilize outside space for year round use. • Snow Storage y • Minimize disruption to existing services during • Community Center with expanded parking •••%-iry x' construction • Parking is very important to Library Patrons and !•'-;.%- P!` a bp;° imm ', , ,.„,„',,,o,""'°` • Housing not desired seniors " 5 10— • - • Parking garage with access to Library and Com- • Ease of access for elderly patrons and families 't ° x munity Center with young children-extremely important 1111 • Please do not underestimate parking needs close • Outdoor space to create expanded opportunities ,f s°.. ` to structures for square footage that may not be otherwise ' r "TS'? available. Centralized" parking doesn't work in our cli- K • • ".• mate-especially for kids and seniors • Year-round amphitheater. • Community Center activities belong attached • Garden Green Space to the new Library because the kitchen, public Need additional parking rooms,programing,serve all ages. • Underground parking garage • Parking should be adjacent to Library and Com- munity Center • Utilize outside space for year round use. • Housing is a big issue,but keep it out of the Civic • Problem with truck deliveries access to Commu- Campus nity Center in most options Build two stories for most buildings Existing location of buildings provides easy ac- cess for seniors and deliveries to the kitchen area. - • Maximize green space with condensed/consoli- Snow storage is important dated plans 16 I Humphries Poli Architects e M ._ . ______________„. __________,:: t {t: • "x d N x3 \ w r \, rw .. f M`4Vii: �: � / I' .1 -\ .',Cent I - - ( �Distt t:: aHetlth rnsit •"° k-",► enter Ci % VISIONING OPTION 'C\ i ''..j ' Overview 1i4 ty Hall brary park St (Coundl ��' e,:'$,l. ' m omunity Chamb � _Center , III COMMUNITY FEEDBACK • Community Center close to parking n • Housing not desired � 9,�,�^C „.EriT j'';;1012 °+ "�� • Practi I : tical proposal-Library, Transit, Community ' Center Parking,Open Area and Snow Storage , • Council Chambers separated from City Hall cre- r•-- A1 .;., ates more difficulty for staff in preparing for theu ` / •al road Ave meeting,too far away r-, / ` • View corridor from lake should terminate in r--J I / Courtyard rather than street + 11.1 // • Community spaces connected&fronting street '– • Courtyard is desired / • Easy parking access / E V I I I A • Breaking up massing of buildings/campus so not / �� as imposing from the street // • Reverse the Library and City Hall • Library next to Community Center&City Hall • City Hall and Council Chamber better served if in . 1 </ one building / 1f Z • Additional space for City offices / W / – • Move Council Chambers with City Hall and make i Q' the Library larger —__ I 1 I ,f • Parking Issues - _ I 1/ P.\e• n • City Council building is not the best use of lake /1 O,� / view �C iiipr *A lb p N • Community Center and Library adjacent is an in- ' // tZ.aN teresting concept.Explore more on this idea. • Parking too far from Community Center ,f . 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't' • Increase parking for Community Centerill r — ? • Connect Community Center and Library for better �, Libra�y •at road Ave winter access r--1 City Hall • Additional parking at Library r`— 1 / (�j • Mixed use for interest on street I I / r5 I° MN / • Mixed income housing-mixed use 1 _ # / • Increase the parking for Library , Centrale / District / no 111 �1 1111 • Library overlooking courtyard beyond to lake is I Health / good / • Plaza facing 2nd Ave. is great with Library and / Community / Community Center surrounding as in Option 4 1 / — • Best concept without the tower and make three buildings one building • Like two story looking out to the lake. / / Y.1. Z • Include affordable housing with mixed use retail. I / W • Turn around for bus needs to stay easy. I // L N • Parking for seniors to get to Community Center. I / p rL�- '� / Qi I , aQ� � a ** I ,,, alto \ / \ 24 I Humphries Poli Architects rt o ' a'./='*',.... b r p„D'Y O :'47C' ',1,,, i"/ . Ljf #7Y' r L.-..,,,,i} :-',,,,...41.-," i roI=s em `,r? -4t --...:- ...- t\Z0011. /A.__ X \ - .1-A0fri 1 Central 1;' "irk ' \1:•I h-'` District- 4j ., /- Health ��{ ` �f�,, �. `w,o„s( \ LAP sitL ` ' �r E An. Ha / Library �, . Y,. /��i 'j v \��--- Mixed use ., % ^�r . 411W/ Y'04 +sane,\ 'Y --- moi ..,� -- �.�.�.�. --_ om nit -.-- Center - I\ — 1 L-c� .- - ter �%` ., ,, ' „ic,,,,,iih,, 4,-..i„„ . .. ' He. ‘ -- __, 1 --, , • ,_[',1?____ :; fi * � {X e+ a.}` �C�.\ /��j i _ v t�.Lia 4.. ," ,�'i �4 .�' ,.+ x1.�,�„ n -g�.A,i`'k ,,,,,i M) ,p �J^;R . * k�NIW —1 \./�I_ _ u ���111 f t/7.^0 f.4 pkr,`,1",_,qr 7 Mtn•tt , ,''4 Y r. fa ' M+ r [� +N P , ' Y-11 � ' k'rs"^»• fipr 1 d,r�yy, �" e,;.t v rir �, TI, �r ,.3r,o - `fit �', d i`�'t '$revep a f$bY'",a o o,,sti °w'iiya .r x m .rye; a rf r r A ,4-,-- *a' �k k r` .•r / R,,g „+ , j.„,.e .A0- ,..., '. •`'"r` ! - ' ;,„' ."V 4w° A kg ,'%6,^a'� vF „„,0•107.4*t " r ��y i;:__:.1-t2--%!-- ". v e k *! i t i- .` CC,, c 4+te' i +t x,„ -. f t -''.. ''', { 3 i 4d; d «• it ": ..� tc.i, fir- t.y',� Y ° r '`"+ra 4^,r Fi N `''� 7,,,15.:;,,,,i*.',„. — / �,.. rr`K!r-r x t", t4 ynr R" ,� . t �' ,+44. i,ia� 'Ct `r r"_`- McCall Civic Center Campus Master Plan I 25 VISIONING OPTION 5 C3UU= Overview s4 -park _,.., Library _ _- / 011101r AirI (:) -- COMMUNITY FEEDBACK • Like the plaza,but housing is not desired ^ mu • Need view from Library to lake AI • Parking is a problem for LibraryL. • Need to consider walking in snow and snow re- moval r•-- / • Interesting Library architecture _1-1 ., . / al road Ave rartsit City Hall• Why increase outdoor space in our climate? r 1 CenterJ (• Parking is too far away from the Library r y Community 1/1/: • Like adding some housing but this seems like it + Center / ' Ei ° would require too much parking / • Better parking for Community Center Central District+ / c3E1 • The housing could go above the Community Cen- 1 r Health ,Or ter to make room for more parking. Y // r • Move Library closer to City Hall. Mixed-use // �r qev1lopment • Create parking or a pocket park. i / • Wasted space in the courtyard. i i.l • / / • Like concept,less plaza with Library connected to / IIIIIIIIIII.W Z City Hall / • Library footprint is difficult for internal use / - / !Z • Housing not desired i I / -Li) Ab,4k ia � / oaaP \ . aftliP 26 I Humphries Pot Architects nt i,'„,,, ,,,,,.,„, r ifk 1' / J -— ,, -' .- I , „ /* L-S- --. 3 Central, J. ^\ �I,'tj"...___ l� 4 \y� f� r District � y v:' f Hea \I I I ,o„s C �Tidnsit �/ "ter j• lig* Hafiiren er i f \ Mixed-use • -i �• r....72 11" i Development �'� ° / ` / „��,I • 300 \ Library n Community "----- — 1013 . . ,...„...--- ,_Q.. 0.11,* w,..,,, ,---,„ _ I 1 ----..rits,,, , ,-,or ‘ ,_._ : r • _ \ t % .4.S'.. 'd 3@ "`\'J 0 r f ,'� `. yay ,Rn 7sr+a . ./A , 1,-...---:- 4,-i-ve*1 ' 0 ' ,",,4e( , ''.,'4 ' --. , , *",r,---t/.111, I= ', 4 con< tr c � �'- � ' a fi � uo,ow 4 mSt ! qac -e /F � \ s„ a'w,� " r w � 'k r....„4,„, ' A . e 'g ,," t � . - y * Fa r �� 9 „ :. ` . Jia T,\ ..e•"4 '.11. faa b McCall Civic Center Campus Master Plan i 27 VISIONING OPTION 6 0 ' CO-A Overviewpark St ,-_ _ 114 7 qty Hall Library ' Above t entmunity ( / Center COMMUNITY FEEDBACK • ,, ____ %/ • Bad location for Community Center �� / • Great Library space • Need to improve/expand parking for Library • Covered bike racks • Bike share r— 1 • Scooter program / •al road Ave ` Transit / • No parking close to Community Centerr_ E r Center ! , • Like /he open space 1i ( % • Like style of Library with combined buildings for ` / / 6 °/ potential lower building cost, plaza, park and 1 views to lake ' -Central District • No view from Library to Lake I 1 1 i-lelth / E31 iiilli i • Plaza great for events , / --b J • Like how the city services are combined providing for growth and ease of access from the Library to City Hall • Great courtyard and visual behind the Library /' V • No stairs in Community Center / �r W I w I / L I / Je r L_r rr / P ) 4111) ' N / / \ >> Qac 28 I Humphries Poli Architects l 7 '._ 5 ' ; 1.-4 ' rV I \ - - ly lit i .s, . , it • • � �� �.-'1 :•,, >s i /—. , / �: ' f — i i .- _ . 1 \ \ • §5c Rx, )! 1 AVf / VW ;1‘ ir-' I I A .� 1 �1 11 �//• \ �j /— 4\ss‘.. 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C.'a 3 a m 4 S' ni VISIONING OPTION 7 ��� Overview park st__ _ Library ______, 17N.: `J ' II� / COMMUNITY FEEDBACKParks& / • Good collective access without going outside 111 Recrea ' / 111 11 • Best plan • Best use of area / // • Community Center as separate building is good - i 1 ' / • Like green space,community gardens south sidejWib r-- • Efficient operations berg / 'a i road Ave • Most efficient with plenty of parking and green r_y { .7 / space ,1 I / • Best solution if finances are to be conserved • City Hall connected to the existing Library is ques- 1 / 6 ° tionable. -Central t / gistrict \\\ . / E El • Allows growth for offices I HealthA` / • Very functional and efficient re-use of existing / %IMr r buildings,cost effective. �J";?' / • Community Center needs commercial kitchen ! Ca unity N / ' i ,,- Center / • Maximize green space and have outdoor tables, e / Trees and pretty landscaping. / Ar— Z • A focus of all buildings combined best serves pub- / W sic and dollarQ / a / 4Z' Alb, AK Vit° - * 30 I Humphries Poli Architects McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-127 Meeting Date June 13, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Originator Department Approvals Initials or Supporter Request to Review and Approve the Local Option Mayor/Council Tax Funding for FY20 City Manager pc- Clerk Originator Treasurer ej�� f A Community Development V �'1 Police Department r Public Works Golf Course COST IMPACT: Parks and Recreation FUNDING Ai ort SOURCE: ��'1 J rary TIMELINE: Information Systems Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT:: 04'‘r Cami Hedges, the Local Option Tax (LOT) Commissioner Chair presented the LOT Commission's recommendations for project funding for FY20 to the Council at their May 24th Budget Work Session. The Council had some discussion regarding the funding; however, they did not make any final decisions or approve the funding matrix for FY20. Staff was directed to bring back the item to the Council's next regular meeting for discussion and final approval. Attached: • The recommended funding from the LOT Commission • Notes on some discussions from the May 24th meeting • FY19 Funding Summary with completion report dates • Completion Report Form Template • A list of all items historically funded with LOT dollars RECOMMENDED ACTION: Review and Approve the Local Option Tax Funding for FY20. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION rY v,k), 44-1)16Y D cM 'lfr R \61L . 1 � ju 1� FY20 RECOMMENDED LOT FUNDING \ 5 1 Project Amount Amount recommended for Priority # Number Requcslor Project requested funding 1 20-22 Roots Forest School Inc. Trek to the North Pole $1,664.00 $1,664 2 20-12 Payette Lakes Community Association After School/Summer Programs $30.000.00 _ $10,000 3 20-33 McCall Arts&Humanities Cabin Fever Series $3,550.00 $3,550 4 20-40 Roots Forest School Inc. Tuition Assistance $9,684.00 $9,684 5 20-24 McCall Music Society Summer Music Fest/Sunday Music $3,000.00 $3,000 6 20-05 Central Idaho Amateur Radio Club Enclosed Trailer $3,500.00 $3.500 7 20-23 Valley County Search&Rescue Portable Radios $7,200.00 $7,200 8 20-37 Little I.eague of West Central Idaho Start Up Costs $6,000.00 $2,500 9 20-36 Little League of West Central Idaho Gold Glove Field Snow Removal $3,000.00 $1,500 10 20-03 Valley County Pathways Nordic Trail Grooming $5.000.00 $5,000 11 20-07 Payette Lakes Ski Club New Ski Lift $25,000.00 $25,000 12 20-18 McCall Figure Skating Club Skate by the Lake $2,490.00 $2,490 13 20-31 Manchester Ice Centre Learn to Skate Program $10,250.00 $10,250 14 20-25 McCall Parks&Recreation Department Noxious Weed Program $5,955.00 $5,000 15 20-06 Payette Lakes Ski Club Trail Grooming $10,000.00 $10,000 16 20-20 McCall Youth Hockey Association Hockey Equipment Loaner Program $3,000.00 $3,000 17 20-27 McCall Winter Sports Club Hidden Valley Hoedown $3,350.00 $3,350 18 20-28 McCall Winter Sports Club Chris Bodily Memorial 4-way Race $1,850.00 $1,850 19 20-19 McCall Figure Skating Club Scholarships $2,310.00 $2,310 20 20-41 McCall Nordic&Biathlon Ski Club,Inc. Hosting Youth Ski Festival $7,200.00 $7,200 21 20-43 McCall Rehab Dog Park $8,795.00 $8,795 22 20-38 McCall Nordic&Biathlon Ski Club,Inc_ Nordic Races $7,950.00 $7,950 23 20-39 McCall Figure Skating Club Ice Time $10,000.00 $5,000 24 20-29 Payette Land Trust Conservation Projects $10,000.00 $10,000 25 20-21 McCall Youth Hockey Association Ice Time $30,000.00 $5,000 26 20-04 Valley County Snowmobile Trail Grooming $50,000.00 $25,000 27 20-09 Idaho Department of Fish&Game Living with Wildlife Information $1,600.00 $1,000 28 20-16 McCall Chamber of Commerce Winter Carnival Fireworks $10,000.00 $10,000 29 20-17 McCall Chamber of Commerce Winter Carnival Crowd Impact Mitigation $9,025.00 $9,025 30 20-13 McCall Chamber of Commerce 4th of July Fireworks $10,000.00 $10,000 31 20-14 McCall Chamber of Commerce Event Promotion $6,631.50 $6,632 32 20-15 McCall Chamber of Commerce Grant Match $28,838.38 $28,838 33 20-01 Treasure Valley Transit,Inc. - Grant Match $60,000.00 $47,00C 34 20-02 Treasure Valley Transit,Inc New Bus $9,997.00 $9,997 CV-1-- 20-11 McCall Parks&Recreation Department Mini-Excavator $33,500.00 $13,200 6 20-42 McCall Parks&Recreation Department Parks Shop Relocation $29,764.00 $29,764 3 20-46 & City Tree Lights $10,000.00 $10,000 20-45 CityMcCall of McParksCall Recreation Department Work Force Housing Initiative $100,000.00 $52,276 39 ' 20-44 McCall Police Department Part Time Officer $23,474.88 $23,475 40 20-08 City of McCall Golf Course New Restroom $40,000.00 $40,000 41 20-48 City of McCall Streets Department Park Street Improvements $119,000.00 $119,000 42 20-10 McCall Public Library Construction New Library $371,790.00 $100,000 43 .-i-" 20-49 McPaws Regional Animal Shelter spay/nueter $15,000.00 $10,000 TOTAL S1,139,369 S700,000 1 20-45 City of McCall Work Force Housing Initiative $100,000.00 $47,724 2 20-26 McCall Parks&Recreation Department Master Plan Updates $37,500.00 $37,500 3 20-12 Payette Lakes Community Association After School/Summer Programs $30,000.00 $5,000 4 20-01 Treasure Valley Transit,Inc. Grant Match $60,000.00 $13,000 5 20-10 McCall Public Library Construction New Library $371,790.00 $271,790 TOTAL CONTINGENCY FUNDING _ $599,290.00 $375,014 TOTAL FUNDING $1,075,014 20-30 Manchester Ice Centre Storage Rack $10,000.00 $0 p20-32 Manchester Ice Centre Replacing Logs on Building $20,000.00 $0 ( ti 20-34 Little League of West Central Idaho Indoor Batting Cages $5,000.00 _ $0 20-35 Little League of West Central Idaho Baseball Field Improvements $4,000.00 $0 20-47 West Central Mountains Housing Trust,Inc Purchase Housing Unit $50,000.00 $0 20-50 Idaho Sled Dog Challenge Race Prizes $12,000.00 $0 McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-130 Meeting Date June 13, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Originator Department Approvals Initials or Supporter Request to Approve the Airport Triangle Leasehold Mayor/Council Amendments and Commercial Leaseholds on the City Manager 416c- Clerk Airport Treasurer Community Development Police Department Public Works Golf Course COST IMPACT: N/A Parks and Recreation FUNDING N/A Airport 41t,. Originator SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: N/A Information Systems Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT: Airport staff is working to develop additional leaseholds in the "triangle" area of the airport. The winter snow accumulation made obvious the need to add additional snow storage to the triangle plan. This revised plan allows for 10 leaseholds totalling 112,500 sq ft. Staff is also seeking approval to develop a commercial leasehold between the Snow Removal Equipment storage building and the emergency access gate by the Fire Department. This space would total 21,000 sq ft. The Airport Advisory Committee reviewed the proposed Triangle leasehold amendment and the proposed commercial leasehold as shown on the attached drawing at their June 6, 2019 meeting and recommend approval. Attachment: Plan Drawing RECOMMENDED ACTION: Approve the leasehold layout amendments and commercial leaseholds. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION March 22,2018 Council requested information on funding alternatives June 14,2018 Council requested information on previous leases paid in advance,more detailed lease framework,and legal interpretation of funding mechanisms. June 28,2018 Informational item. July 26,2018 Informational item. August 9,2018 Council approved contact with hangar wait list;AAC to make recommendation on waitlist integration. December 13,2018 Council approved leaseholds,hangar assignments, and authorized development of scope and authorized bid for infrastructure. McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-123 Meeting Date June 13, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Originator Department Approvals Initials or Supporter Request to Adopt Ordinance 975 Amending Mayor/Council McCall City Code Title 5, Public Safety, Chapter 6, City Manager Clerk Vehicle and Boat Regulations, Subchapter B, Treasurer Parking Regulations. Community Development Police Department -: 7-— - Originator Public Works Golf Course COST IMPACT: N/A Parks and Recreation ,4mac/ Supporter FUNDING N/A Airport SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: N/A Information Systems Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT: McCall City Council requested changes to McCall City Code Title 5, Public Safety, Chapter 6, Vehicle and Boat Regulations, Subchapter B, specifically, to prohibit parking within designated and marked bicycle lanes. Council has reviewed this proposed ordinance in prior council meetings and work sessions. Staff will also report back on the concession agreement with Cheap Thrills for use of the public boat ramp and the parking of boat trailers by commercial operators. Program outline and map will be provided during the meeting via hard copy or projector. The recommended changes have been made and been reviewed by McCall City Attorney, William Nichols. The ordinance and summary are included. RECOMMENDED ACTION: 1. Read by title only one-time only Ordinance No. 975 2.Adopt Ordinance No. 975, approve the publication of the summary, and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION October 11,2018 Regular Council Meeting—Request to Draft Parking Ordinance Amendment November 8,2018 Regular Council Meeting—Adopt Ordinance 975 Parking Amendment(tabled) November 29,2018 Regular Council Meeting—Adopt Ordinance 975 Parking Amendment(motion failed) December 13,2018 Regular Council Meeting—2"d Reading of Ordinance 975 Parking Amendment January 3,2019 Regular Council Meeting—3`d Reading of Ordinance 975 Parking Amendment(tabled) April 25,2019 Regular Council Meeting—Parking Management Work Session,direction given to bring amendment back to future meeting for reconsideration ORDINANCE NO.975 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF McCALL, VALLEY COUNTY, IDAHO AMENDING SECTION 5.6.220, GENERAL PROVISIONS AND PRESUMPTIONS, OF CHAPTER 6, VEHICLES AND BOAT REGULATIONS, SUBCHAPTER B, PARKING REGULATIONS, TITLE 5, PUBLIC SAFETY, OF THE MCCALL CITY CODE TO PROHIBIT THE PARKING OF VEHICLES OR TRAILERS IN OFFICIALLY DESIGNATED BICYCLE LANES AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE THEREFOR. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MCCALL, IDAHO, that Section 5.6.220, General Provisions and Presumptions, of Chapter 6, Vehicles and Boat Regulations, Subchapter B, Parking Regulations, Title 5, Public Safety, of the McCall City Code be and the same hereby is AMENDED as follows,to-wit: 5.6.220: GENERAL PROVISIONS AND PRESUMPTIONS: (A) It is unlawful for any person to park a motor vehicle for a period of time longer than two (2) hours between the hours of eight o'clock (8:00) A.M. through 4-c six o'clock(6:00)P.M. of any day on the following streets: 0- 1. Those portions of Lake Street, of Lenora Street and of Park Street, that are between First and Third Streets. 2. Those portions of First Street, of Second Street and of Third Street, that are between Lake and Park Streets. (B) Except when being diligently loaded or unloaded from or to an adjacent business, it is unlawful for a truck larger than a standard pick-up truck, or for a semi-trailer, to be parked on a street or alley within the Central Business District Irj co/1 w/( V - as defined on the Zoning Map. urn(c t is un al wful for any person to park a recreational vehicle, bus, boat, or any A11, • e trailer, on any public roadway within any residential zone identified on the k' 6,durti I Zoning Map. (D) It is unlawful for any person to park any vehicle or trailer between the hours of eleven o'clock (11:00) P.M. and five o'clock (5:00) A.M., June 1 through August 31 every year thereafter, in the lot identified as the Mill Road parking lot, ce located at 1209 Mill Rd. unless the person in control of such vehicle and/or trailer has purchased a permit for overnight parking and the permit is attached thereto. tik (E) It is unlawful to park a motor vehicle within a street or highway right-of-way 4for purposes of displaying such vehicle for sale; or for purposes of washing, greasing, oiling, or repair, except when the vehicle is undergoing emergency repairs. Ord.975—Bicycle Lane Ordinance ,2019 (F) It is unlawful to park any vehicle or trailer in an officially designated, painted and signed bicycle lane. ere (F)(G) Whenever a vehicle is ticketed for unlawful parking, the registered owner of the same shall be presumed to have been the operator; such presumption may be overcome only by the owner's producing another person who admits to the parking violation and pays the penalty. (G)(H)A violation of a State Motor Vehicle Code (title 49, Idaho Code)provision within the City is unlawful. Violation of a rule or regulation promulgated by the Chief pursuant to authority in such title 49 is unlawful. THIS ORDINANCE SHALL BE IN FULL FORCE AND EFFECT AFTER ITS PASSAGE, APPROVAL AND PUBLICATION. PASSED AND APPROVED BY THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF McCALL, VALLEY COUNTY, IDAHO, THIS DAY OF , 2019. Approved: By Jackie J. Aymon,Mayor Attest: By BessieJo Wagner, City Clerk Ord.975—Bicycle Lane Ordinance ,2019 A SUMMARY OF ORDINANCE NO. 975 PASSED BY THE CITY OF McCALL,IDAHO AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF McCALL, VALLEY COUNTY, IDAHO AMENDING SECTION 5.6.220, GENERAL PROVISIONS AND PRESUMPTIONS, OF CHAPTER 6, VEHICLES AND BOAT REGULATIONS, SUBCHAPTER B, PARKING REGULATIONS, TITLE 5, PUBLIC SAFETY, OF THE MCCALL CITY CODE TO PROHIBIT THE PARKING OF VEHICLES OR TRAILERS IN OFFICIALLY DESIGNATED BICYCLE LANES AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE THEREFOR. The principal provisions of the Ordinance • Add to MCC 5.6.220 to make it unlawful to park any vehicle or trailer in an officially designated,painted and signed bicycle lane The Ordinance shall take effect upon its passage, approval, and publication. The full text of the Ordinance is available for review at City Hall and will be provided by the City Clerk to any citizen upon personal request, or can be viewed on the City website at www.mccall.id.us. APPROVED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF McCALL, IDAHO, THIS DAY OF ,2019. Approved: By JACKIE J. AYMON, Mayor ATTEST: By BessieJo Wagner, City Clerk Ordinance 975 Summary ,2019 McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-129 Meeting Date June 13, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Originator Department Approvals Initials or Supporter Request for Review and Approval of a Request for Mayor/Council Proposal for Civil Legal Services City Manager Clerk Originated Treasurer Community Development Police Department Public Works Golf Course _ COST IMPACT: Parks and Recreation FUNDING Airport SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: Proposals due July 12,2019.Effective date of Information Systems contract October 1,2019. Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT: During the May 24th City Council Budget Work Session, Council requested staff to prepare a Request for Proposal(RFP)for Civil Legal Services this year as part of our budget process.While the Council is satisfied with the City's current firm, it is good practice to go through the process from time to time to ensure we are getting competitive rates and to see what firms are out there providing municipal law services. Attached is the draft RFP and the related state code sections. RECOMMENDED ACTION: Approve the Request for Proposal for Civil Legal Services and authorize staff to conduct the RFP process. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION Upcoming Meetings Schedule June 27,2019- 5:30 pm,Legion Hall—Regular Council Meeting 1. Work Session with McCall Planning and Zoning Commission: Local Housing Code Updates- 1 hr. (Michelle) 2. Treasurers Monthly Report(Linda) Consent 3. McCall Improvement Committee Annual Report(Morgan) ,R1 4. Airport Open House Proclamation (Jay) �,�i'' ` 5. PUD-19-02 Black Bear Condos (Morgan)—PUBLIC HEARING lV " 11) 6. PUD-15-01 McCall RV Resort Phase 2 Final Plan (Morgan)? 7. Encroachment Agreements (Nathan) 8. IDL Easement-road use permit(Nathan) 9. Library Construction Manager Contract Approval(Meg) June 28,2019—9:00 am -3:00 PM Legion Hall— 1. -Sidewalk Maintenance Program Options 2. Council FY20 Budget Work Session - a. Finalize LOT Funding, b. McPaws & TVT to present requests July 11, 2019- 5:30 pm, Legion Hall—Regular Council Meeting 1. Chamber Report/Monthly Department Reports/Committee Minutes 2. PUD-19-01 185 Rio Vista Storage Condos (Morgan)—PUBLIC HEARING 3. Civic Campus Master Planning Report and Selection (Michelle &Meg) July 25, 2019 - 5:30 pm, Legion Hall—Regular Council Meeting 1. Work Session: 2. Treasurers Monthly Report(Linda) Consent 3. Planning&Zoning Commission Annual Report(Morgan) July 26, 2019—9:00 am -II Legion Hall— 1. -Public Art Work Session—discussion/direction? 2. - Council FY20 Budget Work Session to Adopt Tentative FY20 Budget and Set Maximum Expenditures July 29,2019—9:00 am -I Legion Hall— 1. Continued if not completed on Friday- Council FY20 Budget Work Session to Adopt Tentative FY20 Budget and Set Maximum Expenditures August 8, 2019- 5:30 pm, Legion Hall—Regular Council Meeting 1. Chamber Report/Monthly Department Reports/Committee Minutes 2. Budget Public Hearing-Receive Written/Verbal Comment -Close Budget Public Hearing— Budget Adoption (Linda) August 22,2019-5:30 pm, Legion Hall—Regular Council Meeting 1. Work Session: 2. Treasurers Monthly Report(Linda) Consent 3. Parks &Recreation Advisory Committee Annual Report(Kurt) 1 • August 23, 2019—9:00 am -11:00 Legion Hall— 1. - To be Scheduled: 1. MCC Title 6 Re-write (Nathan Stewart) 2. Public Hearing—Public Works Fee Schedule Changes 3. Records Retention Policy update (BessieJo) 4. Investment Policy update (Linda) 5. Continuous Billing Code Amendment First Touch (Linda) 6. Library Bond(Meg) 7. PUBLIC HEARING: 2018 All Hazard Mitigation Plan Goals and Strategies (Anette/Justin) 8. Historical Museum &St Luke's City Lease (Nathan) 9. Historical Museum Snow Management Agreement(Nathan) 10. 3rd Council workshop on ownership and maintenance of Sidewalks policy(1 Hour) 11. Big Payette Water Quality Board Presentation on the quality of the Payette Lake 12. Work Session:Faith Community Presentation on Community Needs (Anette/Joe Eisenbrandt) 13. Little League of Central Idaho MOU(Tara) 14. Update to all Federal Title VI Resolution Policies (BessieJo) 2 MINUTES McCall City Council Regular Meeting McCall City Hall-- Legion Hall May 23,2019 Call to Order and Roll Call Pledge of Allegiance Approve the Agenda Consent Agenda Public Comment Business Agenda Executive Session Return to Open Session Adjournment CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL Mayor Aymon called the regular meeting of the McCall City Council to order at 5:30 p.m. Mayor Aymon, Council Member Giles, Council Member Nielsen, and Council Member Sowers all answered roll call. Council Member Holmes was absent. City staff members present were Anette Spickard,City Manager;Bill Nichols,City Attorney;Shay Tyler, Deputy Clerk; Erin Greaves, Communications Manager; Linda Stokes, City Treasurer; Michelle Groenevelt, Community and Economic Development Director; Delta James, Economic Development Planner; Jay Scherer,Airport Manager;Nathan Stewart,Public Works Director Also, in attendance were Claire Remsberg,McCall Public Art Advisory Committee;Heidi Carter, Horrocks Engineers (via phone) Mayor Aymon led the audience in the Pledge of Allegiance. APPROVE THE AGENDA Council Member Nielsen moved to approve the amended agenda as submitted. Council Member Giles seconded the motion. In a voice vote all members voted aye and the motion carried. CONSENT AGENDA Staff recommended approval of the following ACTION ITEMS. All matters which are listed within the consent section of the agenda have been distributed to each member of the McCall City MCCALL CITY COUNCIL Page 1 of 8 May 23, 2019 Regular Meeting Council for reading and study.Items listed are considered routine by the Council and were enacted with one motion. 1. Council Regular Minutes—January 17,2019 2. Council Regular Minutes—February 28, 2019 3. Council Special Minutes—April 26, 2019 4. Payroll Report for period ending May 3, 2019 5. Clerk License Report 6. Warrant Register—GL 7. Warrant Register—Vendor 8. AB 19-111 Request to Proclaim June 2019 as General Aviation Month: Each year the City receives a request form Josh Grossman with Alliance for Aviation Across America, requesting that the City do a proclamation proclaiming June as General Aviation Month. He stated this month the Governor has re-issued a proclamation declaring it General Aviation Month in Idaho. The City of McCall has done similar proclamations the last three years.Motion:Proclaim June 2019 as General Aviation Appreciation Month in McCall and authorize the Mayor to sign the proclamation. 9. AB 19-110 Request for a Fireworks Display Permit by the Sabala Foundation: The Sabala Foundation is submitting a request and application for a June 29, 2019 Fireworks Display for the RJS Foundation Tournament. The Fireworks Display will be free and open to the public. Attached is an application for a Fireworks Display for Council approval. McCall City Code states the following as it relates to Fireworks Displays: 5-3-430: PERMITTED POSSESSION: (A) A recognized civic organization having a genuine, material existence and purpose separate from obtaining a permit under this Section, may make application for a permit for a fireworks display, to be held in connection with a national holiday or special local event. The application shall be made to the City Clerk, who shall route it through the police chief and fire chief and to the mayor and council. The mayor may make or direct such investigation as he may deem appropriate.The permit shall be issued or denied by the mayor and council, considered for these purposes to be the fire prevention bureau, based upon consideration of the nature of the occasion, the nature of the applicant, and the public safety. Any permit issued under this subsection shall be limited to one time only for which issued.This has been signed off by the Police Chief and Fire Chief. Motion:Approve the Fireworks Display Permit for the Sabala Foundation for June 29, 2019 and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. 10. AB 19-113 Assignment of Hangar 552 to The Peter B. Scott and Becky Scott Trust of 1999: Peter and Becky Scott wish to assign the lease of Hangar 102 grounds to their trust, The Peter B. Scott and Becky Scott Trust of 1999. The FY19 lease rate was $.294/sq ft covered ground. This leasehold has 1,512 sq ft covered ground making the lease amount $444.31 The rate for a new lease in FY 19 is $.312, so this lease will adjust to the current rate. As the processing cost to collect the difference in lease rate ($11.43) would exceed the amount collected, we will assess the new rate beginning with the FY20 billing cycle. The initial term of the lease ends December 28,2026 with the opportunity for four(4)five (5) year lease extensions. This lease assumption was assessed a $200 processing fee. Motion:Approve the assumption of the Hangar 552 lease by The Peter B. Scott and Becky Scott Trust of 1999, terminate Peter B. Scott & Rebecca A. Scott interest in the lease at time of closing, and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. MCCALL CITY COUNCIL Page 2 of 8 May 23, 2019 Regular Meeting 11. AB 19-114 Treasurer's Report as Required by IC 50-208:Treasurer's report of accounts and activity of office during the month of April 2019 regarding care, management, or disposition of moneys, property, or business of the City. Motion: The Council shall examine the report and determine whether additional information from the Treasurer is required. Council Member Giles moved to approve the Consent Agenda as submitted. Council Member Sowers seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Giles, Council Member Sowers,Mayor Aymon,and Council Member Nielsen all voted aye and the motion carried. PUBLIC COMMENT Mayor Aymon called for public comment at 5:31 p.m. Cindy Taylor of 411 E. Deinhard Lane #101 shared her concerns about the.alleyway running behind Ice Cream Alley and Manchester Ice Event Center. She asked the City to consider turning it into a one-way street due to safety and the amount of child-oriented businesses in that area. She has seen people almost get hit along that road way. She suggested painting some arrows and putting in a stop sign to delineate where the sidewalk is on 3rd Street in comparison to the alleyway exit. She would like to see this done now when the road is being marked this summer. She feels it would be smoother and safer to run the one-way heading east to stop congestion on 3rd Street. Hearing no comments, Mayor Aymon closed the comment period at 5:36 p.m. BUSINESS AGENDA AB 19-106 Public Art Advisory Committee Annual Report to City Council Claire Remsberg,Chair,Public Art Advisory Committee(PAAC)presented the annual report.The mission of the PAAC is to make recommendations to City Council regarding public art projects and policies within the City of McCall. The PAAC was formed in 2012 by resolution of City Council (Resolution 12-13), consisting of five members appointed by City Council. Members are appointed to three-year terms, which are renewable. Ms. Remsberg shared the different artwork that has been installed around town and in the parks over the last few years highlighting hometown art by local high school students at the bus stops. The current ongoing project is the installation of art on Lardo Bridge. She shared information about the artist and the selection process with a projected completion date in late summer 2019. She talked about the selection process for the Downtown art, the cost savings with incorporating it with the street/sidewalk reconstruction project, and where the funding dollars came from including private donation. She expressed disappointment it did not receive approval so now the committee is going back to the drawing board to see what other options can be had. MCCALL CITY COUNCIL Page 3 of 8 May 23, 2019 Regular Meeting AB 19-107 Request to approve submittal of a STEM Action Center Public-Private Partnership (P3) grant application for the McCall Public Library Expansion Project Economic Development Planner Delta James presented the STEM Action Center Public-Private Partnership (P3) grant application for the McCall Public Library Expansion project. The Public- Private Partnership(P3)program of the Idaho STEM Action Center provides public funding match of private donations (up to 50% of the private donation amount) to support projects that further student learning and achievement in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). Conversations with STEM Action Center staff indicate that the McCall Public Library Expansion Project which will enable an expanded educational curriculum for youth and adults is an eligible project for the P3 program. The Library received a $10,000 grant from the STEM Action Center in 2018 to support regional development of STEM education so has a track record of success with the grant provider. The anticipated grant request is$50,000 which will be matched by$100,000 in private donations contributed to the Library Foundation. This minimum 1:2 match from privately sourced donations is a grant program requirement. Funds are awarded through the STEM P3 program throughout the fiscal year and there is no definitive grant application deadline. However, staff intend to submit the application by June 15, 2019 so the request will be considered at the beginning of the STEM Action Center's new fiscal year. Council Member Nielsen moved to approve submittal of a STEM P3 grant application for the Library Expansion Project and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. Council Member Sowers seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Nielsen, Council Member Sowers, Mayor Aymon, and Council Member Giles all voted aye, and the motion carried. AB 19-112 Request for Approval to Submit an Application for Airport Improvement Program Grant for Pre-Design of Parallel Taxiway Relocation Project Airport Manager Jay Scherer presented the application for the Airport Improvement Program Grant for Pre-Design of Parallel Taxiway Relocation Project. The City of McCall (Sponsor) is developing a separate Scope of Work (SOW) for a project to relocate the full-length parallel taxiway at the McCall Municipal Airport(KMYL) in McCall, Idaho; however, several aspects of the project needs to be confirmed or potentially changed from what is shown on the current and approved 2007 Airport Layout Plan. This Pre-Design Study is intended to answer the outstanding question(s) so that the engineering design can continue. Tasks include preparing an aviation demand forecast, determining design aircraft, developing alternatives, and updating the Airport Layout Plan. He shared a $10.7 million-dollar grant has been awarded.dt is a No Match grant which will allow the City to fix a plethora of issues and projects including wildlife fencing,jet parking relocation, single piston parking relocation, and new paint lines. Council Member Sowers moved to approve submission of the grant application for an FAA Airport Improvement Program grant for pre-design work to relocate the parallel taxiway and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. Council Member Giles seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Sowers, Council Member Giles, Mayor Aymon,and Council Member Nielsen all voted aye, and the motion carried. MCCALL CITY COUNCIL Page 4 of 8 May 23, 2019 Regular Meeting AB 19-109 Request for approval of an Agreement for Professional Services With T-O Engineers—Relocate Parallel Taxiway Pre-Design AIP-26 Airport Manager Jay Scherer presented the agreement for Professional Services with T-O Engineers — Relocate Parallel Taxiway Pre-Design AIP-26. The City of McCall (Sponsor) is developing a separate Scope of Work (SOW) for a project to relocate the full-length parallel taxiway at the McCall Municipal Airport(KMYL) in McCall, Idaho; however, several aspects of project need to be confirmed or potentially changed from what is shown on the current and approved 2007 ALP. This Pre-Design Study is intended to answer the outstanding question(s) so that the engineering design can continue. Tasks include preparing an aviation demand forecast, determining design aircraft, developing alternatives, and updating the Airport Layout Plan. The costs associated with this agreement have been compared to an independent fee estimate for similar work created for a project in Nampa. The record of negotiation and both estimates were reviewed by the Federal Aviation Administration and they have concurred the amount proposed by T-O Engineers in the amount of$66,926.12 is reasonable and eligible for reimbursement under the MP grant. Council Member Giles moved to approve Agreement for Professional Services with T-O Engineers for AIP-26 the pre-design to relocate the parallel taxiway and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. Council Member Sowers seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Giles,Council Member Sowers,Mayor Aymon,and Council Member Nielsen all voted aye,and the motion carried. AB 19-105 Request to Award the McCall Downtown Core Reconstruction -Park Street and Veteran's Alley: Phase 2A Surface Improvements contract to Knife River Corporation Heidi Carter of Horrocks Engineers joined via phone at 5:56 p.m. Public Works Director Nathan Stewart presented the award recommendation for the McCall Downtown Core Reconstruction — Park Street and Veteran's Alley: Phase 2A Surface Improvements contract to Knife River Corporation.The McCall Downtown Core Reconstruction — Phase 2A - Park Street and Veteran's Alley project consists of sub-surface water, sewer, stormwater utility replacement/reconstruction that will occur on Park Street and Veteran's Alley (behind Umpqua Bank and Hometown Sports). The overall site plan of the project identifies the proposed utility improvements. The project is being completed in collaboration with the Payette Lakes Recreational Water and Sewer District (PLRWSD) to maximize efficiency and minimize cost. PLRWSD unanimously approved the project on Council's decision at their May 21, 2019 meeting and an interagency agreement has been prepared. The project(2A) is the first half of Phase 2 of the Downtown Core Reconstruction project. Phase 2A (subsurface utilities) will be constructed during summer and fall 2019. Phase 2A will require at least 63 days to construct and will begin in late July and be completed in mid-October.A second half(Phase 2B) is planned for Summer 2020. Phase 2B will reconstruct the surface infrastructure (roadway, on-street parking, sidewalks, landscaping, illumination) on Park Street and Veteran's Alley. MCCALL CITY COUNCIL Page Sof 8 May 23,2019 Regular Meeting During April 2019,the City,with the assistance of Horrocks Engineers, conducted formal bidding for the Park Street and Veteran's Alley—Phase IB Surface Improvements construction contract. The bid opening was held on May 1, 2019. One responsive bid, by Knife River Corporation was received. Public Works Director addressed the public comment and thought her suggestions were good ideas and the engineering team will be looking at these issues as well. Staff answered questions about the percentage and explained the overage above the estimated costs. The sequencing of the underground work is set up to be done in late summer/early fall and would be delayed for over a year if Council wants to deny the award and rebid. It would also cause additional issues with the downtown businesses. Council Member Giles moved to award the Park Street and Veteran's Alley — Phase 2A Surface Improvements contract to Knife River Corporation in the amount of$1,072,141 and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. Council Member Sowers seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Giles, Council Member Sowers, and Mayor Aymon voted aye,Council Member Nielsen voted no,and the motion carried. AB 19-108 Request to Approve the McCall Downtown Core Reconstruction — Phase 2A - Park Street and Veteran's Alley:Interagency Agreement for Street Repair/Sewer Repair Public Works Director Nathan Stewart presented the McCall Downtown Core Reconstruction — Phase 2A - Park Street and Veteran's Alley: Interagency Agreement for Street Repair/Sewer Repair. In accordance with the Section 9.8.1 of the Agreement of Annexation Plan, Property Transfer, and Agreement of Operations Subject to the Conditions Precedent, approved May 25, 2017 by the City of McCall and the Payette Lakes Recreational Water and Sewer District (PLRWSD), both agencies have collaborated in planning and designing the Downtown Core Reconstruction — Phase 2A Project. This infrastructure project includes water, stormwater and streets improvements to be funded by the City as well as sewer improvements intended to be funded by PLRWSD within the City's right-of-way. The Interagency Agreement for Street/Sewer Repair (i.e. Agreement) outlines project related expectations, obligations, and operational procedures to be followed by both agencies through the execution of the City's construction contract with the General Contractor and the City's task order for Construction Engineering and Inspection(CE&I)by their consultant, Horrocks Engineers. Specifically, the Agreement addresses the authority and roles of both the City and PLRWSD to execute construction management activities including pay application approval, change order approval, and reimbursement by PLRWSD to the City for agreed upon sewer infrastructure and other shared project costs. Ultimately, this Agreement formalizes each Agency's commitment to execute the project and its associated costs. Council Member Sowers moved to approve the Downtown Core Reconstruction Phase 2A— Interagency Agreement with Payette Lakes Recreational Water and Sewer District for Street Repair/Sewer Repair and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. Council MCCALL CITY COUNCIL Page 6 of 8 May 23, 2019 Regular Meeting Member Giles seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Sowers, Council Member Giles, Mayor Aymon, and Council Member Nielsen all voted aye, and the motion carried. Heidi Carter of Horrocks Engineering exited the meeting at 6:06 p.m. AB 19-104 Request to Adopt Ordinance 979 Updating the McCall City Code Chapter 11 Nonconforming Use, Structure or Development Code—CA-18-03 Community & Economic Development Director Michelle Groenevelt presented the adoption of Ordinance 979 Updating the McCall City Code Chapter 11 Nonconforming Use, Structure or Development Code— CA-18-03. The nonconforming use chapter was the topic that came up the most in the public outreach for the McCall Area Comprehensive Plan and Code Workshop. Specifically, the comments identified issues with remodeling, energy efficiency upgrades, and preservation of historic structures. Issues with nonconforming structures were mostly based on projects located on Payette Lake. It is the intent of this chapter to permit these nonconformities to continue until they are removed and to allow for the routine maintenance, excepting energy efficiency upgrades and preservation of historic structures,but not to encourage their perpetuation. At the April 2, 2019 meeting, the McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission recommended approval of the code updates.The item was presented to City Council on May 9,2019 with a public hearing. The Proposed Ordinance—CA-18-03-was revised for a different effective date and some minor edits. At the meeting, staff stated that the effective date should be January 1, 2020. After further review, it was determined July 1, 2019 would be a better effective date. This would allow time for the ordinance to be approved by Valley County, allow design review of this year's Shoreline projects, but also allow for the relaxations to occur this construction season. Staff recommends Council include the July 1, 2019 effective date in the Ordinance. Council Member Sowers moved to read by Title only,one time only,Ordinance 979.Council Member Giles seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Sowers, Council Member Giles, Mayor Aymon, and Council Member Nielsen all voted aye, and the motion carried. Deputy Clerk Shay Tyler read Ordinance 979: An Ordinance of the City Of McCall,Valley County,Idaho repealing Chapter 11,Nonconforming Buildings, Structures and Uses, of Title 3, Planning and Zoning, of the McCall City Code, & reenacting Chapter 11, Nonconforming Use, Structure or Development, of Title 3, Planning and Zoning, of the McCall City Code, for the purpose of streamlining the process, facilitating administration,clarifying the chapter so as to eliminate the administrative determination,allowing additions under 25% to existing nonconforming structures within the shoreline zone, promoting and allowing for energy efficiency improvements, allowing for exceptions to the 10%repairs and maintenance provisions for historically significant buildings, and allowing for approval of style changes when restoring to a safe condition any nonconforming structure or part thereof declared to be unsafe by the Building Inspector. Council Member Sowers moved to adopt Ordinance 979 Updating the McCall City Code Chapter 11 Nonconforming Code-CA-18-03,authorize the publication of the summary,and MCCALL CITY COUNCIL Page 7 of 8 May 23, 2019 Regular Meeting • authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. Council Member Giles seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Sowers, Council Member Giles,Mayor Aymon, and Council Member Nielsen all voted aye,and the motion carried. Upcoming Meetings Schedule Discussion Council discussed upcoming meetings. Council Member Nielsen will be absent at the June 13 meeting. Mayor Aymon would like a meeting planned with the Environmental Advisory Committee regarding the new changes in the recycling industry and possibly tie together with the Lakeshore Disposal Annual report. EXECUTIVE SESSION At 6:20 p.m. Council Member Giles moved to go into Executive Session for: • Litigation—74-206(1)(f) To communicate with legal counsel for the public agency to discuss the legal ramifications of and legal options for pending litigation, or controversies not yet being litigated but imminently likely to be litigated. The mere presence of legal counsel at an executive session does not satisfy this requirement. Council Member Nielsen seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Giles, Council Member Nielsen,Mayor Aymon,and Council Member Sowers all voted aye and the motion carried. Council discussed a litigation issue. RETURN TO OPEN SESSION At 6:27 p.m. Council Member Giles moved to return to Open Session. Council Member Sowers seconded the motion.In a voice vote,all members voted aye,and the motion carried. ADJOURNMENT Without further business,Mayor Aymon adjourned the meeting at 6:28 p.m. ATTEST: Jackie J. Aymon, Mayor BessieJo Wagner, City Clerk MCCALL CITY COUNCIL Page 8 of 8 May 23, 2019 Regular Meeting Aiew City of McCall emoCITY MANAGER To: City Council From: Anette Spickard,City Manager Date: May 2,2019 Re: Monthly Department Report—May 2019 1. FY 20 Budget Preparation Process Underway: Linda Stokes, Treasurer, and I are working through the budget preparation process and have conducted our first round of departmental budget reviews using the parameters given to us by Council at your May 24 budget workshop. Next steps are for us to finalize revenue forecasts and resources available for operations and determine resources available for the Capital Improvement Plan. The Council's next budget workshop is scheduled for July 26th. 2. Employee Recognition: I am pleased to announce that the Chamber of Commerce awarded the Larraine Gardner Hawes Distinguished Service Award to Kurt Wolf at their spring membership breakfast.This award recognizes a community member who goes above and beyond to serve the community through partnership and collaboration.Chamber President Gary Thompson spoke of Kurt as an example of servant-leadership during his remarks and I couldn't agree more. 3. Joint Finance and Appropriations Committee of Idaho Legislature Visit: On May 17, the full membership of the state's Joint Finance and Appropriations Committee visited McCall. The legislators toured several sites representing new investment in the McCall area such as the • expansion of the Salmon River Brewery,the hospital expansion,and the downtown core reconstruction project.I was able to give them a brief presentation on the effectiveness of the tools provided to us by the legislature such as the Local Option Tax authority and Urban Renewal. The Chamber of Commerce and the West Central Mountains Economic Development Council presented the results they can achieve with funds they received from the Department of Commerce.By all accounts the Committee members enjoyed the visit and learned a lot from seeing the projects in person. 4. High Speed Internet Conference: On May 17, I attended this panel discussion moderated by Next Century Cities, a non-profit technical assistance organization based in Washington,DC that promotes and supports the extension of high speed internet in rural areas. Attendees from a broad range of backgrounds, both public and private sector, Monthly Department Report—City Manager 1 of 37 attended.Topics included the Ammon,Idaho model of providing an open internet platform as well as the challenges we face to address the"middle mile"connection of our area to internet hubs in Boise.It was a great discussion that has generated momentum for the municipal fiber project here in McCall. 5. Governor's Office Meeting Regarding State and City Priorities: The Governor has established an office for intergovernmental relations to build working partnerships with cities and other jurisdictions throughout the state.The Mayor and I met with his representative to discuss our City's goals and priority areas. Topics discussed included our interest in Highway 55 improvements and a plan to eventually"trade"for DeinhardBoydstun, our interest in the public transit system and the need for state support for transit,our interest in the health of Big Payette Lake and state boat inspections for invasive species, and our efforts to improve coordination with the Department of State Lands, our partnership with the Forest Service smoke jumper base and the Federal Aviation Administration(FAA) award of$11 Million towards our taxiway relocation project,to name a few. 6. Big Payette Lake Water Quality Council Meeting: I attended a meeting of their newly formed board at their invitation. Their discussion focused primarily on their interest in preserving and protecting the health and water quality of Big Payette Lake. At this meeting, I learned there are two projects proposed to be conducted on the lake this summer by graduate students from different universities. One student will attempt to measure the rate of erosion of the shoreline at Payette Lake and Cascade Lake.Another student will attempt to measure wave energy from different types of boats. The State Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) is aware of the two projects and is assisting the students with data and other research support but the DEQ is not officially sponsoring these projects and did not develop their methodologies. 7. Human Resources Update: The application period for the Airport Manager position has closed.Applications are being screened and a first round of telephone/skype interviews will happen by mid-June.Finalists will be invited to in-person interviews at the end of the month. Monthly Department Report—City Manager 2 of 37 e 1110 City of McCall To: City Council From: Jay Scherer,Airport Manager CC: Anette Spickard,City Manager Date 6/5/2019 Re: Monthly Department Report—May 2019 1. Airport Development: Airport staff reassessed the triangle development for snow removal. Will meet Council in June with improved plan and a request for additional commercial space between the Snow Removal Equipment shed and emergency gate(fronting Deinhard Ln). 2. Parallel Taxiway Relocation: In the design phase, T-O engineers is gathering data on current airport use per the contract and grant application signed at the May 23 Council meeting. 3. Land Acquisition: Closeout documents have been back and forth with the Federal Aviation Administration(FAA)for review. Currently with FAA for approval. 4. Airport Zoning: The Airport Manager will make land use recommendations for properties underlying proposed protective overlays to the Airport Advisory Committee, Community and Economic Development Dept, etc. prior to departure. 5. Airport Lighting: /j j There is a failed card in the airport lighting regulator which has caused the airport runway edge lights to be S NOTAMed out of service. Standard published lead time to receive the cards is 6-8 weeks. Telephone /)l Ye\- conversation with the manufacturer indicates a two week turn around may be possible if they have some pmaintenance stock.This means no fixed wing night operations into McCall until the lights are repaired. 6. Events: The Airport Manager exhibited a display of the Automatic Dependent Surveillance—Broadcast area picture over McCall and some airplane videos at STEM day at Donnelly Elementary on May 18. The presentation was well received. Monthly Department Report—Airport 3 of 37 Drone Camp will be held June 17-19 with the classroom portion being at the airport on the 17th and the flying portion in Cascade on the 18-19. Airport Open House-July 6th. Monthly Department Report—Airport 4 of 37 Memo City of McCall To: City Council From: BessieJo Wagner,City Clerk CC: Anette Spickard,City Manager Date: June 6,2019 Re: Monthly Department Report—May 2019 1. Lodging(Tourism)LOT: The receipts of the Tourism Local Option tax continue to come in above budget. We have funded the following projects to in May with the received funds: 19-23 Manchester Ice and Event Centre $20,000 EFUS Replacement 19-09 West Central Mountains Housing Trust Inc. $25,000 Property Acquisition in McCall Area 2. Staff Training: BessieJo Wagner, City Clerk,attended the International Institute of Municipal Clerks(IIMC)Conference in Birmingham,Alabama May 19-22 and Shay Tyler,Deputy Clerk,will be attending the Association of Idaho Cities(AIC)Conference on June 19-21 in Boise. 3. City Process Evaluation(CPE)/Staff Focus: Clerk staff prepared for and met with the CPE steering committee identifying top 5 work processes for the upcoming digital streamlining project. Clerk staff is also gearing up for the temporary move into the back (old Police offices)during the remodel of City Hall and are putting a heavy focus on record retention. 4. Licenses and Permits: Licenses: Business — 18 new applications this month / 60 in the current calendar year. Education and enforcement are a continuous on-going process.Alcohol—transferred ownership of KB Burritos(internal ' restructure).Snow Removal—36 for the 2018-19 winter season Permits Processed to Date: Vendor permits (27); Catering permits (17); Farmers Market permit (1); Fireworks Display(3)Stands(5);Animal Drawn Vehicle Permits(2);Public Events(4) Monthly Department Report—Clerk 5 of 37 STREETS LOT BUDGETED, ACTUAL, AND FORECASTED DOLLARS FY19 actual Percentage FY17 FY18 FY19 Budget and forecast +/-based on Month percentages percentages dollars based on trend budget Actual total Budget total total+/-YTD October 6.57% 6.17% 119,282 127,555 6.94% 127,555 119,282 6.94% November 4.85% 4.75% 91,890 92,146 0.28% 219,701 211,172 4.04% December 7.53% 7.24% 139,995 163,986 17.14% 383,687 351,167 9.26% January 6.12%, 6.45% 124,756 134,681 7.96% 518,368 475,923 8.92% February 6.29% 6.02% 116,507 119,471 2.54% 637,839 592,430 7.66% March 5.69% 5.88% 113,785 154,035 35.37% 791,874 706,216 12.13% April 4.19% 3.90% 75,322 75,554 0.31% 867,428 781,538 10.99% May 6.31% 6.06% 117,206 130,087 10.99% June 10.92% 11.40% 220,538 244,775 10.99% July 15.66% 15.48% 299,275 332,166 10.99% August 14.23% 13.87% 268,230 297,709 10.99% September 11.63% 12.77% 246,985 274,128 10.99% Total 100.00% 100.00% 1,933,772 2,146,293 110.99% 1,933,772 3-Jun-19 6 of 37 LOT Actual L.......;per Month October 14,274 16,938 14,412 11,306 10,483 11,520 12,392 12,163 13,390 19,298 22,085 25,791 27,291 30,504 184,052 November 11,272 9,748 7,978 7,147 5,850 5,535 6,103 7,298 8,233 11,738 12,986 15,209 16,795 17,289 109,097 December 18,547 21,746 22,261 16,224 14,294 15,459 13,939 19,101 18,122 21,802 31,168 32,785 33,179 49,068 245,448 January 17,232 18,707 20,163 17,932 17,007 17,510 17,065 19,334 24,733 26,778 31,157 31,506 40,724 46,286 259,124 February 20,446 22,943 27,324 24,826 18,873 19,921 19,716 22,331 22,013 28,487 32,613 35,777 38,616 42,568 295,270 March 15,110 13,668 21,527 15,969 8,925 11,941 17,344 20,251 19,365 18,422 23,712 25,885 31,339 59,451 212,120 April 7,294 8,049 6,425 5,954 6,183 6,210 6,696 6,165 8,719 11,641 15,255 14,865 15,617 15,499 103,456 May 11,994 11,230 9,368 8,595 7,335 8,074 9,461 11,113 15,390 18,711 22,047 23,315 25,265 156,633 June 23,442 24,611 25,426 22,248 21,491 20,728 25,352 33,681 37,000 42,541 50,323 55,034 58,523 381,877 July 47,654 54,276 47,052 42,408 48,747 49,843 54,214 62,187 65,335 71,296 82,520 88,713 102,486 714,245 August 44,024 52,948 41,089 32,480 39,398 44,505 48,919 57,546 64,959 63,598 71,300 81,215 89,143 641,981 September 26,973 26,073 23,600 25,826 20,258 27,603 33,029 35,605 35,959 49,346 53,966 57,591 84,328 415,829 Difference compared to prior year 22,674 (14,310) (35,635) (12,148) 20,005 21,894 46,032 26,443 50,440 65,474 38,554 75,620 Percent of change 9% -5% -13% -5% 9% 9% 18% 9% 15% 17% 9% 16% Budgeted Dollars 237,858 255,550 309,125 300,000 225,000 175,000 227,500 240,440 255,859 279,620 349,520 400,710 Contingent Budgeted dollars 52,500 62,543 11,920 50,000 61,315 77,500 45,000 27,090 2nd Contingent Budgeted Dollars 38,600 43,000 13 of 37 e m o City of McCall To: City Council From: Michelle Groenevelt,Community&Economic Development Director,AICP CC: Anette Spickard,City Manager Date: 6/13/19 Re: Monthly Department Report—May 2019 1. Housing: McCall Redevelopment Agency (MRA) will review an request for proposal for a Local Housing development for the parcel they own on Davis Ave in June. There is joint work session with the Planning&Zoning(P&Z) Commission and Council onJune 27 on potential code updates for local housing. onJune Code Update: Diane Kushlan, a planning consultant, is leading the Code Update process in 2019. The non- conforming code amendment is a public hearing at the County Commissioner is June 24. Staff and consultant worked together on potential local housing codes. The Airport code was continued to the August 6 P&Z meeting. 3. Civic Campus Planning: Dennis Humphries, the consultant who is working on the library planning, will hold the third civic /1 campus planning steering meeting in McCall June 13 to meet with the Civic Campus Steering Committee and hold a work session with the City Council in the evening. He will be going over two preferred concepts. 4. Urban Renewal: A new timeline for MRA new district has been developed and the goal is to get this completed before 2020.MRA's next meeting is June 16. CED Director presented on a panel Urban Renewal as part of the Citizen's Planning Academy in Boise on June 5. 5. GIS: Worked with the Historical Preservation Committee to create the McCall Area Historical Tour Application which is now available for download on the Google Play store and will soon be available on the Apple i-tunes.Finalized story map for public information of the McCall Fiber project(Rapid). Monthly Department Report—Community&Economic Development 14 of 37 Garrett Mapp, GIS Analyst, is serving on the CPE project committee. Updating subdivision boundaries and creating updated links to subdivision plats. 6. Building: The City Hall office remodel project is underway; Completion of the front lobby area will be mid- /late-July. The Building Official is managing that process. See Building Permit Report for more information on permit activity and revenues. 7. Planning: A large mixed-use project is coming through planning and zoning with a mix of residential unit sizes and multiple commercial components.The P&Z Commission is fully staffed but one seat to represent the City Limits is opening up and applications are currently being accepted for that position. P&Z has recently heard an update on the airport code and will be participating in the local housing workshop with City Council later this month. 8. Economic Development: Business Outreach: Thank You Packets continue to be distributed to local businesses licensed and located within the City of McCall. Grants: Grant report is attached. Public Art: A work session with the McCall Public Art Advisory Council and City Council is scheduled for July 26.The artwork on Lardo Bridge will be installed September 9,2019. Historic Preservation: Erik Cordes,BSU Graduate Student Intern, is working with staff until mid- July to create the tools and strategies needed to complete an inventory of McCall's historic properties. Other: Staff provided administrative and facilitation services for June 4 regional meeting to discuss roadway project priorities, funding, and partnerships. The meeting was attended by representatives from Valley County, Cascade, Donnelly, McCall, New Meadows, ITD, LHTAC, TVT, and WCMEDC. Monthly Department Report—Community&Economic Development 15 of 37 BLDG PERMIT FEE+APPLICATION/PLANS CHECK FEE=TOTAL PERMIT FEES i in N A 01 co O N 0 0 0 o 0 0 +n o 0 o 0 o 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 0 $15,403 IIIIIMINIM $14,734 0 $13,953 cn. $12,031 NIIIIIIIIIMMIIMMIIIIII $27 443 IIIIIIIIIM $35,786 $68,899 $6,874 Z ■ $1,352 ■ $2,623 O<N _� $10,966 1982 193 $27,328 1332 v 3,667 m 111 3,553 c")w I $1,476 1 $1,132 I $545 - MN $5,286 - 0 MIN9 $5,729 > D I $1,469 • zA I $1,216 $22,220 co o ME $4,987 w IMMI $8,940 G) • Irmill63 77 $9 4332 m 0 71p W $23,011 • $89I $12,336 H o MIMI= $9,311 -n w$ 16,436rn $11649 m • K $35,705 o >o $39,518 ',FA 7° IMM $21,730 $35,960 m • $50,130 77 N.) $23,473 z V $38 367 $66,039 0 $50,066 H o $55,090 = $86,955 co IIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIII $45,399 • $37,761 T N.) $26,528 $66,275 n 1O >co MMIIIMEMOI $50,606 D $56,222 r- $88,336 $88,336 -< ' $105,437 D $42,361 7O IIIMIIIMIIIIIIIII $40,008 C $52,029 z 0 $62,108 $82,734 $0 $67,320 IIIIINIM $34,419 $35,463 '- MIIIII $23 553 C o $38,661 $58,320 MIIIIIIIIMINIII $0 $46,657 MIIIIIIII $10 523 $23,316 > C $34,042 $60,598 $79,733 $0 $62,285 -. $51,797 N 111111111M $28,993 -ors" $24,914 $104,579 $0 $48,924 Library Library expansion Meg Lojek Capital Campaign request Laura Moore $250,000 Pending.App submitted Cunningham May 1, 2019 NOTE: THIS SUMMARY DOES NOT INCLUDE STATUS OF GRANTS ADMINISTERED BY THE MCCALL POLICE DEPARTMENT, NOR ALL BY MCCALL AIRPORT. 19 of 37 e m o City of McCall To: City Council From: Eric McCormick,Golf Course Superintendent CC: Anette Spickard,City Manager Date: 6/5/2019 Re: Monthly Department Report—May 2019 1. Weather: Weather was all over the board in May.Early in the month there was above normal warm windy weather before turning wet again. 2. Staff: At the beginning of the month,there were the three full time and 6 seasonal employees increasing to 13 seasonal employees by the end of the month. The starting wages was raised to $12.25 to hopefully generate more interest. Of the applications received,several only wanted part time hours so making the best of it. Utilizing community service people to help take up the slack. 3. Greens: As soon as it was dry enough, Aspen and Birch greens were aerified. The weather changed suddenly before the irrigation was running and the hot wind dried them out.Then before staff could aerify Cedar, the weather changed again to rain. Staff spent the rest of the month getting the greens back into playing condition. 4. Shop Expansion: Staff had to stop working on the shop to focus on the course,which affected the move into the new shop and has caused some disorganization making it a struggle to find things.However,everyone is thankful for the extra room and nice office space. 5. Dog Walking Cart Paths: The dog stations were left out until the course opened on Memorial Weekend. The dog stations were left out on Cedar because it was still closed.There have been some people still walking on the course, but staff has redirected most of them and they leave. Monthly Department Report—Golf Course 20 of 37 6. Equipment Maintenance: The new equipment is great.Thank you,Council,for agreeing to the lease.It has really made a difference in the quality of cut and everything running as it should.There have been some issues which you always do with new equipment,but Turf Equipment has been very responsive to work out problems. 7. Restaurant: The restaurant opened full time when the course opened. Like everyone else in town, has been challenged with staff issues but are finding people. 8. Course Open: Aspen and Birch courses opened the Friday of Memorial Weekend to wet weather and had to keep the carts on the cart paths because of all the standing water. Cedar still had snow on the upper holes plus being very wet.The plan is to open Cedar June 7th. 9. Tent area: Banyans started laying the donated pavers at the end of the month.Staff has been helping as time allows between cleaning up the courses. 10. Tree Damage: Staff was fmally able to take care of some the downed branches and trees once the weather cooperated and there was enough of a crew to do the work.There is still debris needing chipped. 11. Irrigation: Staff started the irrigation to fmd there was no power to 6 holes out on Cedar. Also had one of the controllers get flooded in the runoff which is being replaced and the issued fixed so to hopefully not have this happen again.It took some time to fmd the electrical problem but it now back up and running. Luckily there were only two leaks and everything else has been holding together. Monthly Department Report—Golf Course 21 of 37 Memo - To: City Council City,of OEIMMcCall SYSTEMS From: Chris Curtin,InfoSys Manager CC: Anette Spickard,City Manager Date: 6/3/19 Re: Monthly Department Report—May 2019 1. Network Infrastructure,Projects and Services: InfoSys and Finance have deployed Caselle Connect.The first module deployed is budgetary reporting. This allows each Department head to have insight into their Operating or Fund budgets. Information is up to the minute. There are several additional modules being reviewed for deployment(timekeeping, budget development,purchase order process,etc.) 2. Personnel: Chris Curtain, Information Systems (InfoSys)Manager,will be visiting the City of Ammon for a tour of their fiber project.He will be meeting with Bruce Patterson to discuss the financials surrounding his implementation and will spend some time with their installation team to learn about the costs and hurdles they see. The goal is to also meet with Robert Peterson to discuss his piece on the puzzle of head end billing. The InfoSys Manager will be attending the AIC conference in Boise held June 19-21. 3. Software Applications and Services: Fiber installation has begun on the route from City Hall to Sansom Trail connecting the Airport,Parks and Recreation and the Police Department.It is expected this portion will complete before July and will then move to the Public Works to Water Treatment Plant route. Staff is in discussion with Syringa and Cable One to work out the middle mile portion of the project. An agenda bill to approve the"Rapid" logo for branding of the City's fiber utility will be presented at the June 13 Council meeting. Monthly Department Report—Information Systems 22 of 37 A I I b e rn 0 City of McCall To: City Council From: Meg Lojek,Library Director CC: Anette Spickard,City Manager Date: 6/5/2019 Re: Monthly Department Report—May 2019 1. Staff: Short-staffed this month which is challenging due to increased library use in the summer.The Library Director and Casey Bruck presented an Info2Go webinar for the library community, nationwide. Casey presented a STEAM workshop at Idaho First Bank,in partnership with University of Idaho Extension.He also represented the McCall library with learning activities for kids at the 4H Aerospace Club of Valley County,held at Donnelly Elementary School. 2. Other Projects: CM Construction Management Company contract is under legal review. 3. Programs: Doing Democracy: Program will take a break during the summer months. Test Proctoring: Library has provided 19 test proctoring sessions this month,supporting local businesses with apprenticeship tests and certification programs. Preschool Garden: Gardens this month have provided fertile ground for learning opportunities for our community! Story time kids planted our vegetable garden in the back-parking lot.They will care for the plants and harvest in the fall,learning vocabulary and science concepts along the way. Pollinator Garden: Girl Scout Troup 255 cooperated with Library and Parks staff,and the Payette Children's Forest,to plant a learning garden where the old ponderosa trees used to be up by the fire hydrant in front of the library. The scouts also provided the library with a Pollinator Garden resource book and educational signs are on the way to be placed in the garden itself. Library Stats:May is included in this report. Monthly Program Calendar: June library programs calendar is included in this report. 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(L - C 0 +0.' 7 COU i.� Z ,� `) - m O to 7 7 Ljl Co al al m Ol Cl0Ol O1 co Cl Cl 0 -0 ._ Q Y C C O O Q - o ci N m V U1 LD n j "O O Co m L,_ - Z T 2 r O O O O O ? L -0 a) O O O O 00 a. ,v w C i Z C a c Y i O O O O O O O O O O N -O 7 -O 0 0 p p p p 0 0 > > > 0 > Z m m .D 0 j C 74 -- m O 0 > 0 41 a O Q 0 U a) 7 No Co 0 0 0 0 0 0 m m m ¢ Q ¢ m m u U u U u u o 0 o p o w w w _ - �c O 0 v) in > > -a n c c , c , , , c , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , E J N Cr, Co .-i N m Ch Ln LD n CO O) O .-I N m LD N. Co 01 Co 1.--1N m V Ul LD n co Ol Co r-i N Co Cr Vl N 00 O) Co N CC O - O V U) CoLD n CO Ol .--1 .-.1 e-1 .-i ri .-1 r1 <-I ,-1 .--f N N N N N 04 N 01 Co 01 m (C Co m Co Co m m V Cr V Cr V Cr Cr cr .0 Co U) U) Q, U Airib e in o City of McCall To: City Council From: Kurt Wolf,Parks and Recreation Director CC: Anette Spickard,City Manager Date: 5/30/2019 Re: Monthly Department Report—May 2019 1. Spring Rec Programs&Registrations: Summer program registrations opened Wednesday, May 1. The first registration came through at 12:04a.m. Most programs filled up immediately and the others are filling up quickly,all mountain bike camps are full and on a waiting list.Programs and trips include zip line and rafting with Tamarack,soccer camps with MUSA,tennis lessons with certified US Tennis Association instructor,t-ball and wee soccer. Staff is experimenting with 2 free programs for youth including Traveling Playground and Athletic Dry Land Conditioriing. Youth Baseball and Softball practices began May 13th.The program has 97 participants and 12 volunteer coaches. Games will begin May 30th in McCall,Cascade and New Meadows. 2. Special Events: Floral Night pop-up program—On Wednesday,May 8th,staff teamed up with Farm to Market Floral and Apothespa for Sweet Spring Bouquet floral event. 25 registered participants attended the event. It was another successful program with positive feedback and hopes of seeing a similar event hosted this fall. Rain Garden Project: Staff teamed up with the Payette Children's Forest to construct a small rain garden off the North West corner of the gravel parking lot at the museum site.Funds where provided through the Payette Children's Forest.Event was held on Saturday,May 18. Pollinator Planting Project:Staff teamed up with local Girl Scouts to help plant pollinator species adjacent to the Wooley Boardwalk. Project kickstarted the mitigation efforts associated with the boardwalk construction and the Army Corps of Engineers while the scouts earned a merit badge. 3. Parks Overview and Staffing: Kacie Bell will once again join us for summer recreation programs,as the recreation aide.Tyler Padgett, the department latest full-time employee,will be helping maintain Gold Glove fields throughout the ball season.Tara Woods is securing program instructors for tennis and soccer camps;and will be relying on Monthly Department Report—Parks&Recreation 27 of 37 volunteers for wee soccer and t-ball. Umpires will.be hired for youth, adult and tournament softball programs. Seasonal staffing on the parks side is better than it has been in three years. Seasonal staff have hit the ground running and have been a huge help with spring cleanups and project completions. New implements purchased through the CIP process have significantly reduced the amount of man hours associated with spring cleanups and raking.The new Landscape Truck arrived at the end of the month. Parks staff will be assisting in the Upper Payette Cooperative Weed Management Program again this year.The first co-op work day is scheduled for June 04 in Lowman. 4. Waterways Committee—Valley County Waterways Ordinance Update: County Waterways Committee will continue to assist the County Commissioners with the waterway's ordinance. The Waterways Committee informed Payette Lakes Protective Association they will be dropping the 2008 ordinance and focusing on the 2017-18 draft ordinance as it relates to the public comments received during the County Commissioners public hearings. A draft of this work will be available during the July 09 Waterways Meeting which is open to the public. 5. Capital Projects&Maintenance: Wooley Boardwalk: The project was completed ahead of schedule and is now open to the public. End connections will be paved in conjunction with future paving projects in the area or as budgets dictate. Grand opening ribbon cutting is scheduled for Saturday, June 15 from 11:00am — 1:00pm. Celebration will be held on the West end on Denali Court. Riverfront Park: Department of Environmental Quality(DEQ) 319 Work: The efforts to stabilize and reduce bank erosion at Riverfront Park are proving very successful. The bank barbs that were installed last winter are preforming as designed. Staff was able to secure additional DEQ 319 Grant funds to complete the top of bank work and further reduce erosion impacts from surface runoff. This work will fully complete the mitigation work required of the site and situation. Tree Planting Project at Riverfront Park: The remainder of the trees from the Rotary tree planting project arrived on April 30. Staff has planted everything and are working with the Rotary Club to fully close out the project.This work will consist of composting,tree wells,and staking the trees. Gold Glove Park Improvements: Contractor completed the ADA improvements around the restroom in early May. Boulder Creek Landscape is scheduled for early June to install the irrigation system and planter locations.Work is scheduled to be complete by mid-June. Monthly Department Report—Parks&Recreation 28 of 37 r e in o City of McCall To: City Council From: Justin Williams,Police Chief CC: Anette Spickard,City Manager Date: 6/4/2019 Re: Monthly Department Report—May 2019 1. Personnel Chances: Officer Mary Ruskovich has completed POST academy and is in Phase 2 of the McCall Police Department's FTO program. Once she completes the program, she will begin working a regular patrol schedule. The McCall Police Department held an Officer Testing on May 9th. One candidate was successful in the testing,he has accepted a Conditional Offer of Employment and is now undergoing background checks. Officer Brian Koch has announced his retirement.His retirement is effective June 20,2019. . The McCall Police Department continues to accept applications for the position of Patrol Officer. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. 2. Grant Update: The McCall Police Department has completed installed the Mobile Data Terminal (MDT)and E-Ticket equipment purchased with funding from the Idaho Transportation Department SWET Grant. The Idaho Department of Transportation (ITD)will work with McCall City InfoSystems staff and the Police to do software installations following an update to the software program. The anticipated completion date is early to mid-summer.Following the software installation,ITD will provide training in to Police Staff. The McCall Police Department continues to work the Idaho Transportation Department's Traffic Enforcement Grants as they are announced.Each grant period focus's different driving behaviors or issues such as aggressive driving,seat belt use,and DUI.The periods and focus areas are designed to make our roads safer and save lives. 3. Community Events: June 7th and 8th,the McCall Police Department will host the annual Spring Cleanup Event.The event will be held at the Ridley's Family Market parking lot and is held in conjunction with the Valley County Transfer Station's Spring Clean-up event. The event allows residents to dispose unwanted items and yard debris at no cost. Monthly Department Report-Police 29 of 37 The McCall Police Department continues to accept unwanted or expired prescription and over the counter medications Monday—Friday 8:00 a.m.—5:00 p.m. excluding weekends and holidays. 4. Calls for Service: Date Time Nature of Call 05/01/2019 04:30 FIRE CALL 05/01/2019 07:12 ROAD CLOSURE 05/01/2019 07:28 SEX OFFENSE 05/01/2019 10:31 VIN INSPECTION 05/01/2019 15:23 BUS VIOLATION 05/01/2019 15:59 VIN INSPECTION 05/01/2019 17:41 INTOXICATED SUBJECT 05/01/2019 17:51 ANIMAL 05/01/2019 18:34 PROTECTION ORDER VIOLATION 05/01/2019 20:36 ALARM BUSINESS 05/01/2019 22:40 THREATS 05/02/2019 07:40 BATTERY 05/02/2019 09:52 ALARM RESIDENCE 05/02/2019 23:43 911 HANG UP/MISDIAL 05/03/2019 08:30 FRAUD 05/03/2019 16:04 PROPERTY FOUND 05/03/2019 16:05 EMERGENCY MESSAGE 05/03/2019 16:28 INTOXICATED DRIVER 05/03/2019 18:43 PROTECTION ORDER VIOLATION 05/04/2019 01:42 BATTERY 05/04/2019 05:20 PROPERTY FOUND 05/04/2019 07:41 ANIMAL 05/04/2019 16:43 SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE 05/04/2019 17:54 ACCIDENT H&R 05/04/2019 19:30 911 HANG UP/MISDIAL 05/04/2019 20:37 SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE 05/05/2019 17:19 TRESPASS 05/05/2019 20:52 SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE 05/06/2019 10:35 ANIMAL 05/06/2019 15:22 ALARM RESIDENCE 05/06/2019 20:34 911 HANG UP/MISDIAL 05/06/2019 22:43 POSSESSION- CONT SUBSTANCE 05/07/2019 11:09 TOBACCO VIOLATION 05/07/2019 14:05 VIN INSPECTION 05/07/2019 15:27 HARASSMENT PHONE 05/07/2019 21:21 DISTURB THE PEACE 05/07/2019 22:58 ORDINANCE VIOLATION -MCCALL 05/07/2019 23:55 HARASSMENT PHONE 05/08/2019 07:48 CIVIL MATTER 05/08/2019 10:10 SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE 05/08/2019 10:12 911 HANG UP/MISDIAL 05/08/2019 10:23 911 HANG UP/MISDIAL Monthly Department Report-Police 30 of 37 e m 0 City of McCall To: City Council From: Nathan Stewart,Public Works Director CC: Anette Spickard,City Manager Date: 6/3/19 Re: Monthly Department Report—May 2019 ADMINISTRATION/ENGINEERING: 1. Development Engineering Reviews: Review coordination of land use applications with the City Planner, and engineering review of construction plans including McCall Valley Storage Condos, Stor-It Self Storage, Agate Street Water Line, various Whitetail projects, and numerous projects for individual residential parcels. Horrocks Engineers has previously been assisting with development reviews up until this month,when the new City Engineer(Nick Zaninovich)joined the staff. 2. Downtown Core Reconstruction: Phase 1B: Sunroc began work on the project on 5/23.They have completed the demolition required for the south half of the project.Materials pilot testing is currently underway,and the project is on schedule. Phase 2A: The contract was awarded to Knife River Construction at the May 23, 2019 City Council meeting. Construction is scheduled to begin in late July. For the latest on the project,refer to the City's website:https://www.mccall.id.us/downtownproject 3. PW Facility Study: \)-Id Horrocks Engineers has submitted a draft task order to complete a 20-year facilities capacity study for ‘114��Y" 815 N. Samson Trail property during 2019 in advance of capital investment in the facility. CRSA \e Architects will be the lead sub-consultant on the project. 4. Mission Street Reconstruction/ITD STP Rural Grant: Project team met with Foresgren Engineers (Project Engineer) to discuss overall design scoping and environmental review components. Anticipate State Local Agreement for Engineering design to be prepared in July. Monthly Department Report—Public Works 35 of 37 STREETS: 1. 2019 Pavement Maintenance Projects: Boswell Paving is preparing to mobilize materials and equipment to the Riverfront Park site in preparation for starting construction in late June,weather pending.Preconstruction meeting held on 5/9/19. Notices of road construction/temporary closures will be posted in the Star News. 2. Spring Maintenance Activities: Began clearing and shoring up existing stormwater systems, check/clean catch basins/vaults, and street sweeping as weather permits. 3. Pot Hole Patching: Streets crews continue to fill pot holes to both paved and gravel roadways. 4. Crack Sealing: Crews have been crack-sealing paved roads and parking lots as weather permits in preparation for street painting and micro surfacing. 5. Professional Development: All Operator I and II staff attended LHTAC classes(Boise and Lewiston)to support their Road Scholar and Road Masters Certifications. Classes included:ATSSA Traffic Control Technician 2-day class with 3 employees,Roads 101 with 1 employee,and Roadway Drainage with 3 employees.Also,3 employees attended the 4-day 2019 Snow Conference, which was held in Salt Lake City, UT. Currently, 4 staff members have received their Road Masters Certification, and 3 have received their Road Scholar certification. 6. Flamer Certification: Sissy Wallace (licensed instructor) conducted a flagger training for all Public Works staff. This certification is required so that flagging services for roadwork can be provided. 7. Emergency Calls: Staff responded to 2 emergency calls for missing or downed street signs. 8. Tree Removal: Staff removed one hazardous tree in front of the Public Works building and assisted Acker Tree Service with removing three additional trees at the corner of N.Davis and Lick Creek. WATER: 1. Distribution: a. Jasper Subdivision Water Main and Drainage Improvements: Project construction notice letters have been sent to all property owners.Work is scheduled to begin on 7/8/19. b. New Water Service: Set meters and turned water on for 7 new residential customers. c. Large Meter Replacement Program: Replaced eight old I 'A"and 2"meters this month. d. Emergency Calls: Responded to 3 emergency water shut offs during the month. Monthly Department Report—Public Works 36 of 37 Environmental Advisory Committee Minutes April 19,2019 Airport Conference Room-McCall,Idaho Committee Members Present: Julie Thrower, Dave Robey Staff Member Present: Tara Woods Welcome: Meeting was called to order at 1:10pm Review Minutes from previous meeting: Minutes reviewed and signed Agenda Review& Update: None Public Comment: None Introduction of Guests: Business: 1. Earth Day&Arbor Day Event- update Members reviewed event schedule, list of vendors, set-up and clean-up efforts and moderator assignments. 2. Noxious Weeds-discussion Tara Woods updated group on efforts of noxious weed city ordinance; with a state and county noxious weed ordinance already in place, the City of McCall feels time and efforts would best be served helping the county with their efforts. The City and county are planning a Pull Together day in June, date and time TBD. Tara will reach out to the school to see if they are interested in a small event before school gets out for the summer. 3. Future of EAC-discussion The EAC has had 2 vacant seats open and advertised for over 2 months. Only one person has sent a letter of interest and may still not be able to dedicate the time to group come fall 2019. One 3 members remain on the committee, most of who travel and cannot attend monthly. Members discussed taking a break during the busy summer months. Members also felt serious efforts were made in the development of reports to City Council, including the Recycling Report and Air Quality Report. Efforts were rewarded with "good job" praises and no further actions. There are a variety of other city committees and community groups that may be able to handle the same work load of the EAC. The members request Tara Woods discuss the future of the committee with both the City Manager and Mayor. 4. Agenda Items for Next Meeting Earth Day& Arbor Day wrap up Noxious Weed Pull Day Future of EAC Environmental Advisory Committee Minutes April 19,2019 Airport Conference Room-McCall,Idaho Meeting Adjourned at 2:05pm Next Meeting scheduled for: May 16, 2019 Sign-•• • / ate-- 1 • i")Qat°Julie T ewer,Chair Staff Liaison,Ci of,,4all McCall Historic Preservation Commission Meeting Minutes—Monday, May 6, 2019 1:00 pm Legion Hall (below City Hall) 216 E Park St McCall, Idaho 83638 1. Call to order/determine quorum: Walt Sledzieski,Jennifer Theisen, Don Bailey, and John Farmer were present. Also present was Delta James, City of McCall Economic Development Planner. 2. Approve minutes of March 13, 2019: Walt motioned to approve the minutes, John seconded the motion. All commissioners voted aye, and the motion carried. 3. Public Comment 4. HPC activities and project status updates: 4.1. National Registry Proposal —Johnson Flying Service Hangar:TAG Consultant will be submitting final info May 8 with more information regarding significance of the project. Grant report is due at the end of May. Staff will request a final invoice for the project and Walt will provide an accounting of in-kind hours. 4.2. Historic properties inventory and promotions/education plan:Two candidates submitted qualifications to be selected as an intern to conduct this research. Both candidates were interviewed and one (Erik) selected for contracting. Walt will request approval from City Council on May 9. Consultant to begin early June. Walt attended NAPC (National Association of Preservation Commissions) CAMP workshop in Boise—a presenter from Denver provided information regarding historic properties surveys. Information from the presentation will be collected and provided to consultant. 4.3. Local historic properties recognition plan: CAMP presenter stated that local recognition programs are possible if there are local financial incentives. Walt recommended that the HPC join the NAPC for $50/year—education materials and conferences are provided to members. Action Item for organizational membership will be placed on next agenda. Don recommended that a plaque be provided to place on historic structures like Newport, Rhode Island. 4.4. McCall history video #2:John provided a brief description for video #2 which will focus on transition from natural resource-based industry to tourism economy from 1940s to 1970s. John can begin gathering information later this year. Other commission members can help gather information for specific topics. 4.5. McCall Golf Course research and history: no report. 4.6. Snow Peaks building history research and documentation: no report. 4.7. Oral histories of key influencers to the early development of McCall community: Walt reported that SHPO does not do training on oral histories collection. A couple of colleges offer trainings online (i.e. Baylor University).The Executive Director of the Basque Museum was also recommended as a resource. 4.8. McCall Historic Tour app: Garrett Mapp, City GIS Analyst has prepared draft versions. Walt has reviewed, and it looks good. Walt is taking a few more photos to add and making a few minor edits. Private properties are denoted. Walt will send out link for final review. Garrett will upload to Apple Store and Google Marketplace. Walt will then promote via Chamber, Star News, and City. 5. Other activities 5.1. Payette Lakes Inn: no report. 5.2. Southern Idaho Timber Protective Association (SITPA) site: Fire Warden's House will be reopened this year—Wednesdays through Fridays, 11:00 a.m.to 3:00 p.m. Fifteen docents have been trained. ITD mitigation funds agreement ($20,000) has been extended until May 2020. Analysis of maintenance needs of existing structures will be conducted. Looking at Idaho Heritage Trust grant to leverage funds. 5.3. Ethnographic study of McCall area early native tribes: no report. 6. New business 6.1. National Alliance for Preservation Commissions CAMP training— Boise, Saturday, May 4. Walt attended. Dan Everhart, SHPO, is responsible for Archeology and Historic Preservation Month (May) and is looking for input on how to participate or if the program should be continued state wide. DVD was shown in the past. Johnson Hangar information will be presented during Airport open house. Jennifer has presented for communities before, usually had low but engaged attendance, and would encourage the program be kept. 7. Set next meeting date—1:00 p.m.June 3, 2019 8. Adjourn— Walt made a motion to adjourn.John seconded the motion and the meeting was adjourned at 1:55 p.m. \i( GUA, Lto 5 M Public Art Advisory Committee � • Minutes >4�' Q01 (1 February 27, e9'5:00 p.m. City of McCall COMMUNITY Legion Hall , DEVELOPMENT 216 E Park Street, McCall, ID 83638 •--'-- ��=" 4 COMMITTEE MEETING—Began at 5:00 p.m. • CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL Committee members Claire Remsberg (via phone), Sue Dixon (via phone), and Dave Peugh were present. Also present was Delta James, Economic Development Planner. • MINUTES APPROVAL [ACTION ITEM] Dave motioned, Sue seconded, to approve the November 26, 2018 minutes without revision. All members voted"aye"and the motion passed. • PUBLIC ART PROJECTS • Lardo Bridge o Review of public input: Staff presented the results of the public input online survey, week long display at Barn Owl Books and open house event comments. A total of 166 people completed surveys. 46% preferred the "Seasons" sculpture design and 54% preferred the "Fish" sculpture design option. Many of the open-ended comments noted that both designs were attractive. The volunteer Public Art Selection Committee (Theresa Burkes, Mark Wasdahl, Heather Susemihl, Tom Harris and Sue Dixon) recommends selection of the "Seasons" design option siting that its form better suits the bridge design and is more timeless. o Recommendation to City Council [ACTION ITEM] Dave made a motion, and Sue seconded, to recommend Susan Madacsi's "Seasons"sculpture design option to City Council for approval. All members voted"aye"and the motion passed. • Downtown Core o Review of public input: Staff presented the results of the public input online survey, week long display at Barn Owl Books, and open house event comments. A total of 125 survey responses were received. 62% preferred "Native Grasses" by CJ Rench, 33% preferred Melisa Cole's "Four Seasons —Full Circle" proposal, and 5% preferred Pete Goidlust's "Antler Benches." Letters of opposition for any of the design options were received from three individuals. The Public Art Selection Committee (Karla Eitel, Wayne Ruemmele, Fallon Fereday, Juta Geurtsen, and Thea Belecz) recommends selection of CJ Rench's "Native Grasses" design proposal siting that it would provide a visible and interactive attraction to the center of downtown. o Recommendation to City Council [ACTION ITEM] Claire made a motion, and Dave seconded, to recommend CJ Rench's "Native Grasses"sculpture design to City Council for approval. All members voted"aye"and the motion passed. • NEXT MEETING The committee directed staff to conduct a scheduling poll to identify a next meeting date in May 2019. • ADJOURNMENT The meeting was adjourned at 6:20 p.m. Date: , 2019 ttest: 4 _ Delta James, D Plainer bk= HEICX.PiA VICE COA Page 2 Parks&Recreation Advisory Committee Minutes 04/17/19 6:00pm Legion Hall-McCall,Idaho Committee Members Present: Forrest Stanley, Cory Nelson, Larry Hauder, David Petty, Terry Edvalson Staff Member Present: Kurt Wolf Welcome- Meeting was called to order at 6:00 PM. Public Comment- No public comment Agenda Review & Updates- Nothing was added to the agenda. Introduction of Guests: No Guests Review minutes from previous meeting: Minutes were reviewed and approved by Forrest Stanley and Corry Nelson. Business: 1. Welcome new members and review of bylaws: Committee members introduced themselves and discussed the committee's bylaws. Kurt Wolf, Corey Nelson, and Forrest Stanley gave brief overview of the history of the committee and goals for moving forward as a committee in response to the bylaws. 2. Appointment of Committee Chair & Vice Chair: Terry Edvalson motioned that Forrest Stanley be appointed as Chairman given his history with the committee, department, and youth programs. Corry Nelson second the motion and all were in favor. Following a brief discussion on members backgrounds and available schedules, Larry Hauder made motion to nominate Terry Edvalson as the Vice Chair. Forrest Stanley second the motion and all were in favor. 3. Aqua Bike Concession: Following an overview of the guidelines for commercial activity in City Parks the committee reviewed the concession application for Aqua Bikes in City Parks. The discussed the concession proposal and location options for the concession and felt strongly that the limited public waterfront property was in-adequate for a concession of this size given the footprint of the equipment. The committee's recommended the following: (1) An examination of the cities plans and design for waterfront improvements North of the Marina and determine if such a concession could be worked into this design. (B) Would like to see a feasibility study of the potential revenue in comparison to the potential impacts to other user groups. (C) Review other possible locations on either public or private waterfront properties such as the State Park, Church Camps, Resort Properties. Terry Edvalson made the motion that the Cities waterfront properties where not adequate to accommodate the storage of the aqua bikes at this time and reflected the above mentioned as a recommendation from the committee. Forrest second the motion and all were in favor. 4. Review Event Permit Applications: Committee felt the Nez Perce Tribe community event would be beneficial to the community and recommended their full support of the event and proposal. The committee felt the Chevy Car Show event and ice cream social might be a better fit for Depot Park given the time of year and did not feel comfortable shutting the road down during the typically busy weekend they where proposing for the event. 5. Recreation District Discussion: Committee discussed the value of having a representative from the committee attend the upcoming public meetings regarding the recreation district as a citizen voice. Committee felt it to be a good role for the vice chair and Terry Edvalson happily volunteered to attend the meetings. 6. Recreation Spring Programs: Kurt gave the committee and update and overview of the spring summer recreation programs. In addition the committee discussed the success of the Winter and spring 1 of 1 Parks&Recreation Advisory Committee Minutes 04/17/19 6:00pm Legion Hall-McCall,Idaho programs just wrapping up. Kurt will bring copies of the spring summer activity guide to the May meeting for review. 7. Parks Department Projects & Updates: Kurt Wolf gave the committee an update on parks projects and maintenance items. Committee reviewed and discussed the Wooley Boardwalk Easement and had no concern. Kurt will give an update on the CIP process and LOT Application status during the May meeting. 8. IDPR Grant Applications: Kurt Wolf gave the committee an update and overview on the IDPR Grant applications for 2019. (Land and Water Conservation Fund & Waterways Improvement Fund) 9. Earth Day and Arbor Day Events: Kurt Wolf shared the flyers for both the earth day and arbor day events to be held in late April. Meeting adjourned at 8:00 PM Next meeting is scheduled for: May 15,at 6:00pm in Legion Hall Signed: Attest: /2L2 i Committee—Chair City Staff Liaison 2 of 1 MCCALL AREA PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION Minutes April 2, 2019—4:30 p.m. McCall City Hall— Lower Level 216 East Park Street, McCall, ID 83638 COMMISSION MEETING—Began at 4:30 p.m. CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL Commissioner Fereday, Commissioner Clements, Commissioner Callan, Commissioner Thompson. Commissioner Lyons, and Commissioner Tunnel!were present. Community Development Director Michelle Groenevelt, City Planner Morgan Bessaw, and Permit Technician Rachel Santiago-Govier were also present. 1. REVIEW&APPROVAL OF MINUTES • March 5, 2019 Commissioner Clements made a motion to approve the March 5'2019 minutes. Commissioner Tunnel!seconded the motion. All commissioners voted aye and the motion carried. 2. PRELIMINARY DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW MEETINGS Pre-application 651 Sheila Lane Steve Millemann for John Leedom: A Pre-application for a Conditional Use Permit to construct a 1,250 square foot addition to a detached garage resulting in a 4,430 square foot accessory structure. The property is zoned R1—Residential and is more particularly described as: Lot 12A of Block 6,of the West Place Subdivision situate in the NW'4 of the NW%of Section 22, T18N, R3E, B.M., City of McCall,Valley County, Idaho. John Leedom presented the pre-application. He would like to add carports to both sides of his barn. Siding and wainscoting will match the existing structure. The proposed improvements would be on his 2.3 acre parcel with an existing residence. Pre-application 325 W Deinhard Lane David Watkins for Payette Lakes Recreational Water and Sewer District: A Pre-application for a Conditional Use Permit to construct a 2,200 square foot headworks facility for water treatment. The property is zoned I—Industrial and is more particularly described as: A portion of Tax Parcels 83,amended 25 and amended 32 situate in the SW %of the NW%i of Section 17,T18N, R3E, B.M , City of McCall,Valley County, Idaho. David Watkins, District Engineer for the Payette Lakes Recreational Water and Sewer District (PLRWSD), presented the pre-application. PLRWSD would like to build a newheadworks building. The building will be roughly 2,000 square feet. There has not been a master CUP for the entire site so this will precede a future CUP application for a master plan for the entire facility. The building will be built to match the future development. McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission Page 1 of 1 May 2,2019 Minutes Pre-application 126 River Ranch Road LeGrand Bennett for John and DiDi Fisher: A Pre-application for a Conditional Use Permit to construct a 3,052 square foot detached garage with 2nd story living quarters. The property is zoned RE—Rural Estate and is more particularly described as: Lot 8 of Block 3 of Phase 1B of the River Ranch Subdivision situate in the SW %of the NE % of Section 20,T18N, R3E, B.M., City of McCall,Valley County, ,daho. LeGrand Bennet presented the pre-application for an accessory structure and dwelling unit. There is an existing residence on the property;the applicant is proposing to construct a roughly 3,000 sq ft garage with living quarters above. 3. CONSENT AGENDA 4. OLD BUSINESS 5. NEW BUSINESS PUD-19-01, SUB-19-01,ZON-19-01, DR-19-10, SR-19-04, Development Agreement 185 Rio Vista Boulevard (ACTION ITEM)Moved to May 7'"P&Z Commission meeting. Amy Pemberton of Millemann, Pemberton& Holm LLP for M2 Ventures LLC: Planned Unit Development, Subdivision, Rezone, Design Review and Scenic Route Review applications and associated Development Agreement to construct a 39-unit storage condominium project and to rezone the parcel from R1—Residential to CC—Community Commercial. The project is adjacent to Boydstun Street, a designated Scenic Route. The project is zoned R1— Residential and is more particularly described as: A portion of the W %of SW 1/4 of the NW 1/4 of the NW 1/4 less the N 30 ft of Section 17,T18N, R3E, B.M., City of McCall,Valley County, Idaho. PUBLIC HEARING CUP-19-02, DR-19-07, SR-19-03 2230 Tamarack Road (ACTION ITEM) Courtney Snyder of McCall Design and Planning for Charles Jenkins: Conditional Use Permit, Design Review and Scenic Route Review applications to construct an 1,886 square foot detached garage with 2"story storage adjacent to Warren Wagon Rd, a designated Scenic Route. The property is zoned R4—Low Density Residential and is more particularly described as: Lot 1, Block 8 of the Amended Cedar Knoll Acres State Subdivision situate in the NW %of the NW N of Section 33, T19N,R3E, B.M.,Valley County, Idaho PUBLIC HEARING Courtney Snyder presented the application to construct an 1,800 square foot detached garage with 3 bays and upper level storage. There is currently a residence dating from 1962 on the property but it has no storage or garage.There is an existing shed and outhouse that are to be removed. All disturbed areas will be revegetated with native grasses and one Douglas fir will be removed. The existing entrance to the property off Tamarack Road will continue to be utilized. Overall height is just under 28 ft. The siding and wainscot will match the existing cabin. Planner Bessaw presented the Staff Report. McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commiss,on Page 2 a'f. May 2.2019 Minutes e m 0 City of McCall To: City Council From: Meg Lojek,Library Director CC: Anette Spickard,City Manager Date: 4/3/2019 Re: Monthly Department Report—March 2019 1. Staff: Staff is completing the annual inventory report;posting a"Library MELTDOWN"(when will the ice melt of our statue) contest with great prizes from May Hardware; partnering with Girl Scouts to create a pollinator garden this spring;and preparing/planning training for Idaho Library Association educational events. 2. Other Projects: Library Building Committee received 3 excellent applications in response to the request for proposal for Construction Manager/General Contractor to work with Humphries Poli on the Library project. Interviews with the firms were conducted April 3. The committee will continue to move forward with coordinating contracts for architecture and project management. 3. Programs: Doing Democracy:(Not)Recycling discussion will be April 30,6:30 PM. .��s / c 6'0— oac- Library Stats:March is included in this report. � ��� u s-� Monthly Program Calendar: April programs calendar is included in this report. Monthly Department Report -Library 20 of 34 Memo Nor = City of McCall To: City Council INFORMAL ION SYSTEMS From: Chris Curtin,InfoSys Manager Date: 4-11-19 Re: Monthly Department Report—March 2019 1. Network Infrastructure,Projects and Services: InfoSys is working on upgrading our domain controllers from the existing 2008 version into an Azure model. Azure offers many advanced features we hope to take advantage of in automating systems deployment and authentication. Staff is moving forward with implementing several of the advanced features of LaserFiche — workflows, forms etc. It is expected this will work in tandem with our implementation of SharePoint services some time this summer. It will be presented to the Department Heads at the April 16t meeting and will work through May in meeting individually with each Department. This will be a long-term project which will help leverage our existing technology to streamline processes and procedures. 2. Personnel: Vlatko Jovanov finished his Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer(MCSE) certification class. This will serve him well in his day to day management of our infrastructure.I will be presenting to the West Central Mountains Economic Development Council(WCMEDC)conference on communications and fiber in May and have been invited to present to the Valley County Commissioners (date to be determined). 3. Software Applications and Services: Microsoft includes VoIP phone services in our Office 365 license, so we are working toward transitioning off of Incom's VolP offering. Staff has begun working with Finance to migrate Caselle to their hosted version.It is expected to begin online credit card processing before Summer. Monthly Department Report—Information Systems 19of34 6. Equipment Maintenance: The Equipment Manager set up and auctioned off all the old used and excess parts for equipment that was traded in on the new lease.He has been busy painting and prepping the new service bay and grinding room. Staff began disassembling the equipment lift to move into the new service bay. The hope is to get everything moved into the new grinding room and service bay then go through the equipment and grind what reels we have left to grind in the new rooms. I think that we will make it with the amount of snow we still have on the ground. 7. Restaurant: The restaurant slowed a little this month which is normal.T e4 have he en hiring arlrlitio a ff •N • •, 4 1. 1 • • r'•• r 9 9- " •• - _ •• • 8. Cleared Driving Range Slab: Billy Romero blew the snow off the cement slab and pavers behind the driving range tee, so the golf team can put the mats out and hit balls into the snow on the driving range instead of hitting balls inside into nets.Hopefully the snow will melt enough that they can get out there in another week. 9. Tent area: Billy Romero also blew out the tent area to allow for drying of the soil so Banyans can have the pavers installed. There are enough donated pavers to cover the entire area. Banyans intends to use the area for weddings and other social events instead of closing the clubhouse or driving range. Staff is looking at putting a permanent roof structure up over the area at some future date. Monthly Department Report—Golf Course 18 of 34 e m 0 City of McCall To: City Council From: Eric McCormick,Golf Superintendent CC: Anette Spickard,City Manager Date: 4/3/2019 Re: Monthly Department Report—March 2019 1. Weather: Recently received some good snow melting weather. Some sunshine and rain were a plus instead of snow which allowed the crew to focus on other work besides blowing snow. 2. Staff: In March,there were three of full time and 2 seasonal employees for the first half of the month. One seasonal staff was laid off for a month but will be back to work the summer season. The other seasonal employee will be laid off after the first week in April. 3. Greens: Greens are all snow covered at an average depth of 44 inches at the end of the month. The ground has thawed out under the snow and is taking the melt nicely.Time will tell on how well the snow mold prevention chemical is working. 4. Shop Expansion: Staff had a good month working on the expansion project. The crew finished insulating the ceilings, installed sheetrock in the office as well as taped,textured and painted it,and installed flooring and all the trim so it is almost ready for occupation.Staff is working with InfoSystems to finish interne and phone hookups. In addition, staff installed sheet rock to the ceiling in the service bay and grinding room and taped and painted both rooms.The heater has been installed and now waiting on the electrician to install the electrical work. 5. Dog Walking Cart Paths: Paths are were getting down to the pavement at the end of the month. file e€-de _poop evitgwwheret I-1 " " ,a lnt._nf�n plies ]dag.it pos there has been 1 7206FeltrigOtedwiwthe `cepa cl+s by the d�f�arch. o LA) a/14j ry►or{ --Pre-ck OC Monthly Department Report—Golf Course ,f ( do/v1t U i W .1 / / 17 of 34 BLDG PERMIT FEE+APPLICATION/PLANS CHECK FEE=TOTAL PERMIT FEES tr. in NJ A O1 00 O N O O O O O O O O O O 0 0 O 0 00 00 00 MINIMMO $15,403 $14,734 0 $13,953 n, ismim $12,031 $27,443 $68,899 $35,786 NM $6,874 Z I $1,352 Z 111 $2,623 <N MEM= $10,966 E MI $5,193 ■ $1,982 $27,328 I $1332 0 IN 3,667 IN 3,553 nw ■ $1,476 I $1,132 I $545 -I $5,286 O $39▪ $5,729 D D I $1,469 • zA I $1,216 $22,220 Co r o M $4,987 0 w $8,940 G7 • MI $3,963 $10,532 m o rri-n iiimmi $9,433 XJ A co u, IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMM $89 $23,011 E • =EMI $12,336 = NJ $9,311 T $16,436 - m 1.1111111111M $11649 m • E $35,705 N 8 Dm INIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII $39,518 rn 70 $21,730 11111111111 $35,960 m ■ IMMMI $50,130 X) o $23,473 - - E v D $66 ,039 0 • -v $38,367 z N $50,066 -I o $55,090 I 1 $0 $86,955 • $37,761 T o $26,528 N $66,275 n 1O >00 $50,606 D $56,222 m $0 $88,336 m MNIIIIIIN $42,361 D $40,008 $52,029 Z $62,108 11 $82,734 $0 $67,320 $34,419 MIINEM $35,463 $23,553 o $38,661 $58,320 $011111111 $46,657 $10 523 -.. > $23,316 $34,042 C GV-' I $60,598 $79,733 $0 $62,285 °' IMMINIIIIIIIIIMINIIIIIIIIIIIIIIN $32 419 ° $51,797 G' cn $28r+14 ,993 4=. v N $24,914 $104,579 $0 $48,924 submitting the application by the upcoming deadline.Staff is also working with Public Works staff on Elements data and usability. 6. Building: The City Hall office remodel project is underway and going well. The Building Official is managing the process. See Building Permit Report for more information on permit activity and revenues. 7. Planning: One Impact Area representative position on P&Z is currently vacant and applications for that position are being sought.There are six applications on the May agenda, including a prQiPat nl nnin to deed restrict five units for local housins.Planning fees have brought in$9,950 for the second quarter. 8. Economic Development: /) "°"" 1,K-e dfr �e.,c.` Y Business Outreach: Thank you packets continue to be distributed to local businesses licensed and uypef ) located within the City of McCall..— butt vi,i2c to eP 1-r P c Grants:The City of McCall has been asked to make a presentation on the Community Development U P Block Grant application to the Department of Commerce in Boise on April 25. Public Art: Susan Madacsi's"Seasons"proposal for Lardo Bridge was selected by City Council on Feb. 28, 2019. Approvals from Idaho Transportation Department for artwork placement have been secured and fabrication will begin soon with installation by end of August 2019. Monthly Department Report—Community&Economic Development 7 of 34 Alcabo, e in 0 City of McCall To: City Council From: Michelle Groenevelt,Community&Economic Development Director,AICP CC: Anette Spickard,City Manager Date: 4/11/19 Re: Monthly Department Report-March 2019 1. Housing: McCall Redevelopment Agency(VIrRA)will review an request for proposal for a Local Housing development for the parcel they own on Davis Ave in April. 2. Code Update: Diane Kushlan,a planning consultant,is leading the Code Update process in 2019.Diane held a work session on March 5 on the non-conforming code and airport zone at the Planning and Zoning(P&Z) Commission.The nonconformin.code we . • • . . . . . ' .:s • a i- o I: - '• • •d was recommence• or an. . . . •- \ Council and Connty Commissior,,ers. Staff and consultant are working together on ootentiallocahousing codes. Research has been completed on comp^ble communities and ideas have been generated specific to McCall. 3. Civic Campus Planning: Dennis Humphries,the consultant who is working on the library planning,will hold the second civic campus planning steering meeting on April 4. A contract for services for the Boathouse/community space concept will be presented to Council to include the scope of work,process and timeline to add this to his work in McCall. 4. Urban Renewal: A request for proposal for the Pine Street parcel was advertised and distributed to developers and the deadline was extended to April 1.No proposals were received. - whw1-.1 f- 7 5. GIS: Staff updated the Parks&Recreation mapping applications in preparation for the field season and is working to train staff on data collection and use of tablets.They also worked on dataset to update GIS data with Caselle water account data within Elements. likviiiiimaimligilli=11111111erapplication process is wrapping up and most departments have completed their section. Stiff is on track for Monthly Department Report—Community&Economic Development 6 of 34 Memo City of McCall To: City Council From: Jay Scherer,Airport Manager CC: Anette Spickard,City Manager Date 4/5/2019 Re: Monthly Department Report–March 2019 1. Triangle Development: F•sllwaa-h .-' u1"' n�a . Additionally, a revised project cost from T-O Engineers reflecting significant price increase also needs to be incorporated into the planning. 2. Parallel Taxiway Relocation: Statement of Work for Pre-Design planning is in fmal stages of coordination with Federal Aviation Administration(FAA).The required Independent Fee Estimate for the T-O Engineers contract is being re-accomplished due to change in FAA requirements. 3. Land Acquisition: :— F� • - •- _ . . _ . . the 3. There is no question this work was performed and was associated with the land acquisition effort. Ailat c c narin th;c r urseci.ly-_th*FAATTert is coordinating with White Pete , • -- ' l termne a reot*ion. 7 ,1�,cla l ' • • isla yt6 4. Airport Zoning: The FAA and Idaho Department of Transportation(ITD)–Aeronautics were asked to review a draft with changes to the Airport Zoning Code. Their recommendation . . • .• . . i. - • . ide of the ai .•• - • - • -• - • .. •• - • .• ,1112'11707"m.- '.• 7 s urfaces that have already ham, ••enti ie•. Both the FAA and ITD suggested zones are being evaluated for suitability to the McCall environment. 5. Airport Open House: The planning committee is looking for additional members to support the event scheduled for July 6th. Monthly Department Report—Airport 5 of 34 of communication to identify potential issues and provide feedback to each other.IDL educated us on the policy direction they have received from the state Land Board regarding state endowment lands and other state-owned lands.I have attached the handout to this memo for your review. 4. Upcoming: Idaho Fish and Game—Urban Wildlife Strategies: ' r - • .r 0 the Poli • . - • .. • .. •- • . . • • 1. t- .i.i•. • . n• •u. .. .- . . . a J jach to bear and"town deer"wildlife issues in the Ci . On April 4,we received our first report ri of • bear activity in the s 0 bk hath naguaracial rn.Feeding of"town deer"is also of concern. `� v y Staff will develop a coordinated approach with Fish and Game for both educational and enforcement !cll' purposes to ensure that the community co-exists with mountain wildlife without creating safety hazards for Q( V either the animals or people. J Y 5. Upcoming: St Luke's Community Focus Group/Strategic Plan Process: q' U" ` On April 15,I will participate in a focus group to help St Luke's with their strategic planning process.The q' SQi goals of the focus group process are: 1)Provide an overview of the work St.Luke's is doing to assess the G healthcare services and facilities that should be offered,both in terms of the type of services(e.g.,children's V services,primary care,orthopedics,etc.),and geographic location.2)Gaik input regar f ' o er. 6. Upcoming: Special District Elections: The City has been notified that the citizen petition to form a new Recreation District received enough valid signatures to qualify for the May 2019 ballot.Valley County will conduct this election.Thiegiiitrisas il al lie-two open seats on the PayettetfflteriteerearEal ikatinbeitiligeiher.laiiiiistaaard.One of the seats is for the newly formed zone on the west side of McCall that was created to add a McCall resident to the Board as part of the sewer annexation agreement. The r‘ other zone runs up Warren Wagon Road beyond the City limits.This election will be conducted by the sewer district staff. Monthly Department Report—City Manager 2 of 34 Aletob City of McCall em o CITY MANAGER To: City Council From: Anette Spickard,City Manager Date: April 4,2019 Re: Monthly Department Report—March 2019 1. Payette National Forest Seasonal Housing: Michelle Groenevelt and I attended an interagency meeting convened by the Payette National Forest Supervisors office to diseegsmiercteeloirmemeivirfamenelfialwierterftrftCreffirteyees and tithe FottsrSTITIMITIVMMIIITthrovemeriSNMVICTIRRThrEffrffrfirialirIgr Theirrelposty. Attendees included representatives from the McCall-Donnelly School District, St Luke's, Valley County, West Central Mountains Economic Development Council,Idaho Department of Lands,the Housing Company, and the West Central Mountains Housing Trust.The presentation by Forest Service staff was intended to educate the potential partners about the federtlisposeawderailarAGARardiakiiiiifias and to cet+lt frailkack on other ideas and solutirlfflefor seasonal worker-4mm *.We provided information on the City's housing strategy and newly adopted incentive program. We look forward to working with USFS on their plans. 2. Civic Campus Steering Committee Work Underway: The steering committee met in early March and again on April 4 to develop a range of concepts for how the civic campus can best be developed over a aliwyourrieginine expansion and the ufferMirMeasure valley I iauMIL t•GNter renovation.The committee is preparing for a p followed by a public open house. The consultants, Humphries Poli Architects,are also working on the design for the library expansion project.Thlan to prem CMIKIN^hg nn+tinns to C'^nn,'l Adii +. stauncil meetiturie Csentatives from Treasure Valley Transit, Central District Health, Library, downtown business owners, the McCall-Donnelly school district and City Council have participated to date. O t Bing. I strongly encourage CajaCiii.tilak.124412C+IdaliGNOtielimilOWNP0194461F2nd to get a feel for the concepts and public feedback in preparation for the Council work session in June.As previously directed by Council, the plaspeePPOIlltirltre-te.refled r .om unity vallgie.lag.pra^ al ani1 in emental)le, be;� fiscaosigimmaggaafiliewatid include the r ize ifig Pnciec in service del,'.,P e.and the utili n. The Council representatives on the committee are Mayor Aymon and Councilor Holmes. 3. Idaho Department of Lands/City Staff Quarterly Meeting: Key staff from the local and Boise offices of Idaho Department of Lands(IDL)met with city staff for the first of our planned quarterly meetings to discuss IDL projects in the McCall area and create an open line Monthly Department Report—City Manager 1 of 34 McCall144:tt AREA CHAMBER of COMMERCE &VISITORS BUREAU McCALL McCall Area Chamber and Visitors Bureau March 14, 2019 Notes Board Meetings Occur the 2nd Thursday of every month at Shore Lodge Corporate Offices at 7:30 am Board Members Present:Anette Spickard,Tammy McCloud,Scotty Davenport,April Whitney,Gary Thompson,Mike Vineyard,Shannon Berry,Jill Morris Chapman Board Members via Call-In:N/A Board Members Absent:Sandy Schiffman,Belinda Provancher,Vonna Torrey,Shannon Berry,Melanie Holmes,Jared Montague Office Staff:Lindsey Harris 1 Guest:McKenzie Kraemer,Andrew Mentzer "W5 Wka4- V tetd 0 c34":„11 7:37 AM Call to Order by President Gary Thompson t` A $ Leadership Academy:No representative J WCMEDC(Andrew Mentzer ri and C 29! a e May-Valley County will be ing sponsor to put on thaevent,have an education}, 2 platform for future proofing our Internet. k. 7 u r�,Q. K i vii �1'`�. GovernanceFenation: este plaque-or some sort of thank you gift. o le has been proposed as Alexa's replacement and would like to be a part of the board.We don't have quorum this morning so we will be taking that position to an email 6,-)L 'C vote along with Jenny's letter of intent.Board retention and expectations:how do we engage our Board better and recruit quality and excited ��-f e� board members.Engagement discussion,along with expectations for required participation in the future.Office Support by Board:Lindsey to do re-r-1, what she needs to do while we transition and hire someone new for the office team. ing:Chamber to order flowers for his memorial service.Chamber will greatly miss him and cherish our partnership and Steve's contributions to our community. Treasurer's Report:Motion to approve financials by April,Mike 2nd-financials approved. Office Report:Great candidates coming in for office position.We have several new members:Resolute Restoration,Cheri Lawrence Real Estate, Timberlake Rentals,McCall Property Management,Detail Doctors,Hells Canyon Raft,Maupin Homes,Seed Woodworking,Havens Haven Guest House&B n'B.Idaho Chamber Alliance:assessing legislative session and how to funnel these discussions among the Board for next year.City Council Reporting-Shannon to speak tonight.Thank you,Shannon. Team Reports: 1. Membership Services:Put a pause on the checking in with the members and combine our business visits with the spring membership drive and because the City is conducting business visits.May spring breakfast is ongoing,working on guest speakers,Larraine Hawes Award nominations,and location TBD.Local tote bags issue conversation.The Chamber has had an internal policy via the marketing committee that we have operated by,but now have posted that on our website for the public. 2. Marketing:Magazine is on track.All content and ads will be done a week from tomorrow.Website is in the content phase.Launch date of April is still what we are working with.At spring Breakfast would love to try to be able to launch website.Marketing could use one more addtional and dedicated team member that will show up and be active. 3. Strategic Initiatives:No report available. 4. Events:Alexa's departure and loss of chair of committee.Winter Carnival follow-up discussion anticipated to debrief. 5. Grants:McKenzie is in the process of writing the grant now and looking like we will have roughly 10 co-grantees.Maill,Prestrarelrlrthe Jajgajiu app yl le re:wIlrr-Mapoe cCNie co-;otcell?What do you thin f McCall?Applications due April 1.LOT due end of April and forms are online. Wim- G2/-( t ,t jk ' ' -741/-7 Community Reports (J 6. City-LOT applications now open.City Council did approve Thompson Avenue project.Ball is now back in the developer's court to now secure financing. 7. Donnelly-Easter egg event.Midas community agreements and Midas has open office hours for any community members.Ski Free for kids again at Brundage and this will also involve out of county kids with transportation.150 ski days available. 8. Cascade-new officers in place for Cascade Chamber.Hiring a part-time person to run the office.2 boxes in office with reprint Centennial Magazine.Renewed enthusiasm at Cascade Chamber. 9. New Meadows-No report available. Tammy motion to adjourn,Shannon 2nd.Meeting adjourned at 9:25am. EASEMENT AGREEMENT THIS EASEMENT AGREEMENT("Agreement")is made and entered into effective this day of January, 2019, by and between R&D S FAMILY LLC, an Idaho Limited Liability Company, whose address is PO Box 324, McCall, Idaho, 83638 ("R&D") and THE CITY OF McCALL, IDAHO, a municipal corporation, whose address is 216 E. Park Street, McCall, Idaho, 83638 ("McCall"). WITNESSETH: WHEREAS, R&D is the owner in fee simple of real property which is located at 125 West Lake St, McCall, Valley County, Idaho, and which is legally described in Exhibit A attached hereto(the"Property"); and WHEREAS, R&D has agreed to grant to McCall an easement in and to a portion of the Property for the public uses described below. NOW, THEREFORE, for good and valuable consideration, the receipt and sufficiency of which is hereby acknowledged,R&D and McCall agree as follows: 1. Recitals. The above recitals are hereby incorporated into and made a part of this Agreement. 2. Grant of Easement. R&D hereby grants to McCall, its successors and assigns, forever a perpetual non-exclusive easement in, to, over, upon, across and through the portion of the Property which is described in the attached Exhibit B and depicted in the attached Exhibit B-1 (the"Easement") for the following described public purposes: a. For any and all uses and improvements described and depicted at page 42 of the McCall Area Transportation Master Plan, adopted in November, 2017 by Resolution 17-27, a copy of which is attached hereto as Exhibit C (the"Master Plan"); and, b. For the construction, installation, operation, inspection, maintenance, repair and replacement of facilities for sewer, water, stormwater management, above ground snow storage (incidental to the removal of snow from the adjoining section of West Lake Street), and other public underground utilities with personnel and with such equipment as is commonly used, or is reasonably adapted, to that work, and for access, ingress and egress to the Easement for the above-stated purposes and for such other directly related purposes as may be required by the owner of said utilities. c. For the removal or placement of pavement or concrete; and, d. For the placement, maintenance and replacement of landscaping or other vegetative features. EASEMENT AGREEMENT- 1 2019-2-21 McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-080 Meeting Date April 11, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Originator Department Approvals Initials or Supporter _ Request for Approval of the Access and Utility Mayor/Council Easement Agreement: R&D S Family LLC to City Cit k Manager _ er of McCall Treasurer Community Development Police Department Public Works ,(115 Originator Golf Course COST IMPACT: N/A Parks and Recreation FUNDING N/A Airport SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: N/A Information Systems Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT: T- • _ • - • • .•. . •.. .. '•. • . • . a • . - . .. ' .tion DR-19=03. thstpt+ow prop &D the fr •F f th•' • s serf at 1 . . • -- . .- • . , , . all. Th .".;" u,....`"e land adia�ent the iTD C --�� 8©\JAI fqr ^c»+-'"Aes and pther nuhlic, infractr„riµre (i.e. future bikce lanes sidewalks, stormwater fa ilc_etc.). Attached is the easement agreement which has been reviewed legalcounsTand signed by the property awner. Approving t i ree en wi allow the R&D S Family,LLC to complete their conditions of approval and, ultimately, receive a building permit for a minor addition to their existing residence. RECOMMENDED ACTION: Approve the easement agreement between R&D S Family, LLC, authorize the Mayor to sign the agreement, and authorize the City Clerk to record the easement with Valley County. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION Council Member Sowers moved to proclaim January 20-26, 2019 as McCall School Choice Week and authorize the Mayor to sign the proclamation. Council Member Nielsen seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Sowers, Council Member Nielsen, and Council Member Holmes all voted aye, Mayor Aymon and Council Member Giles voted no, and the motion carried. BUSINESS AGENDA AB 19-004 Request to Adopt Ordinance 975 Amending McCall City Code Title 5,Public Safety, Chapter 6,Vehicle and Boat Regulations,Subchapter B,Parking Regulations Police Chief Justin Williams presented the third reading of Ordinance 975. McCall City Council reviewed the recommended changes to McCall City Code Title 5, Public Safety, Chapter 6, Vehicle and Boat Regulations, Subchapter B, at their October 11,2018 and December 13,2018 City Council Meetings no changes were made. McCall City Attorney, William Nichols has reviewed the document and explained how the Council can address making changes. Police Chief Williams explained his support of the changes. A discussion ensued with each Council Member sharing their support or issues with the ordinance. Council Member Giles is good with it as it stands.Cel11 rmk r C" ' rs feels it is hl n gi wai'a-o. vadvaidaajwailleaseeesseamjefieseeilisiacets. ChiefeiiiikasseseamseasaiarliiiitireeisameepieLease wh `("JA ' wets. Council Member Sowers is concerned for people who need to have a place to park a trailer in JJ the street and wondered if thpr" -pother way add�rd. Council Member Nielsen feels aarc+�siagope is tnn rectrii't1VP aniL i� Section A, a.�...�.r. o the central busi�u�ca.dictrict, athitLawjesior prippirspuiwg tiu - gh aryj.hrant to star-ferfeorl. He also suggested alternate side parking (park on one side one day and then the other side other days) as an option to ensure snow removal happens. etor N at i noi.fwllew-t} rules and creates.issues-with snow reef without erty and c ped against making rules hard to entcorce. He stated this ordinance is to be used as a tool.Council Mer Nelsen s concerned aboutaibitrary,eareisEasaiaent. pfThere was a discussion about additional parking areas for trailers and whether it is the responsibility \A of the City to provide the parking. C lsCirittilr Chere isiawany exam/wino, c) ,, Qu1 ey r�tan��� ~a -�� -_ a=perso arac-,a trailer.eirtheestrect and thinks the ordinance is too \c readiotive. He thinks it is possible town pea thertha blastaatemmigig‘He thinks this is the wrong approach to take. Mayor Aymon feels the trailer parking creates a safety issue. 1),'Council Member Holmes feels the ordinance is a little over reaching. Council Member Giles L SCJ suggested the three Council Members with concerns come back with some alternate suggestions. hanges in. cl-bid. }oars first and ttlePraddres atkter issiiesaemeaded.Council Member Giles pointed out thesi irggo-issue witikt Roosevelt is*Oft than just a hike path ire. Qeaktf- Jh el-' 1p44-i ge axe-Jell` 5 p,cJ l i fAn.f. n1\t City Attorney Bill Nichols made some recommendations. Some of the issues are a global problem `l t and should be addressed in a work session. Bumf the 001111Pill lone. the currer iio+illegal to park in resident as with some plomiiiimouloocommercial operators,Ha,fitatail )1' thet'ITlRig'es area.li 1.) ,,ia,f.akiliat is already in place.He seer the changes explaii onemad maelemeunereweggestion9Tsfuhow to approach thence. MCCALL CITY COUNCIL Page 6 of 7 January 3, 2019 Regular Meeting City Clerk BessieJo Wagner read by title only one-time only Ordinance Number 977 An Ordinance of the City of McCall, Valley County, Idaho repealing&reenacting Chapter 8, Flood Control Regulations(Overlay),of Title 9,Subdivision And Development, of the McCall City Code to update the floodplain management regulations for the City of McCall and its areas of impact by enacting Sections 9.08.01, Statutory Authorization, Findings of Fact, Purpose, and Objectives, 9.08.02, Definitions, 9.08.03, General Provisions, 9.08.04, Administration, 9.08.05, Provisions for Flood Hazard Reduction, and 9.08.06,Legal Status Provisions, and providing an effective date. Council Member Holmes moved to adopt Ordinance No. 977, approve the summary for publication and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. Council Member Sowers seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Holmes, Council Member Sowers, Mayor Aymon, Council Member Giles, and Council Member Nielsen all voted aye, and the motion carried. he City Planner is designated Flood Plain Administrator. PUBLIC COMMENT Mayor Aymon called for public comment at 6:20 p.m. Hearing no comments, Mayor Aymon closed the comment period at 6:20 p.m. PROCLAMATION AB 19-001 Request for a School Choice Proclamation from Andrew Campanella, President National School Choice Week City Clerk BessieJo Wagner presented the School Choice Proclamation. Mayor Aymon received a request for the City Council to consider a School Choice Proclamation from Andrew Campanella, President National School Choice Week. In his email he wrote the following: We are respectfully requesting that you consider joining dozens of city and county leaders across the country in officially recognizing January 20-26, 2019 as School Choice Week in McCall. National School Choice Week(NSCW) will feature an unprecedented 40,000+ events nationwide. National School Choice Week is entirely nonpolitical and nonpartisan, and we do not advocate for or against any legislation. Our goal is simply to raise awareness, among parents, of the public and nonpublic K-12 education options available to their children. Last year, more than 720 mayors and county leaders, along with 32 governors, the unanimous United States Senate, and the President issued proclamations recognizing NSCW. Council discussed the merits of public and private schools. Mayor Aymon pointed out the Council has voted no in previous years for this proclamation. Mayor Aymon and Council Member Giles are supporters of public schools and did not feel it was appropriate to make this proclamation. Council Member Sowers did not see how the proclamation would be against public schools in anyway but rather to support education awareness of school choice. MCCALL CITY COUNCIL Page 5 of 7 January 3, 2019 Regular Meeting 10.McCall Redevelopment Agency—2019—February 12 11.Planning and Zoning Commission—2019—February 5 12.Planning and Zoning Commission—2019—March 5 13. Tree Advisory Committee—2019—January 7 14. Tree Advisory Committee—2019—February 5 15. Tree Advisory Committee—2019—March 5 6:00 p.m. PUBLIC COMMENT At this time,the Mayor will call for any comments from the public on any subject whether or not it is on the agenda for any item(s)the public may wish to bring forward and discuss. Please limit comments to three (3) minutes. The City Council does not take any action or make any decisions during public comment. To request Council action during the Business portion of a Council meeting,contact the City Manager or City Clerk at least one week in advance of a meeting. BUSINESS AGENDA 6:05 p.m.AB 19-082 Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee Member Appointment(ACTION ITEM) 6:10 p.m.AB 19-083 Request for Approval of Consultant B133 Contract and Letter of Approach for Library Expansion Design and Construction Administration(ACTION ITEM) 6:20 p.m.AB 19-078 Valley County Waterways Ordinance Discussion(ACTION ITEM) 6:50 p.m. AB 19-077 Request Council Consider a Streaming Test Time Frame as a Part of FY19 Public Involvement(ACTION ITEM) 7:00 p.m. AB 19-081 ICRMP Training — Ethics in Government and Council Roles and Responsibilities Presentation 9:00 p.m.Review the Upcoming Meetings Schedule 9:05 p.m.ADJOURNMENT American with Disabilities Act Notice: The City Council Meeting room is accessible to persons with disabilities. If you need assistance,please contact City Hall at 634-7142 at least 48 hours prior to the meeting. Page 2 of 2 CITY COUNCIL AGENDA April 11,2019 Regular '*-1 AGENDA - Regular Meeting City of McCall April 11, 2019 at 5:30 PM Legion Hall - McCall City Hall City Council (Lower Level) 216 East Park Street OPEN SESSION PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE PROVE THE AGENDA CONSENT AGENDA All matters which are listed within the consent section of the agenda have been distributed to each member of the McCall City Council for reading and study. Items listed are considered routine by the Council and will be enacted with one motion unless a Council Member specifically requests it be removed from the Consent Agenda to be considered separately. Staff recommends approval of the following ACTION ITEMS: 1. Council Regular Minutes—January 3, 2019(ACTION ITEM) 2. Payroll Report for period ending March 22, 2019 (ACTION ITEM) 3. Clerk License Report(ACTION ITEM) 4. Warrant Register—GL(ACTION ITEM) 5. Warrant Register—Vendor(ACTION ITEM) 6. AB 19-079 Request for Approval of the Rezoning Ordinance Summary (ACTION ITEM) 7. AB 19-080 Request for Approval of the Access and Utility Easement Agreement: R&D S Family LLC to City of McCall (ACTION ITEM) REPORTS 5:35 p.m. Chamber monthly report to Council —3 /`i,`(4frice-, ee 5:40 p.m.Monthly Department Reports COMMITTEE MINUTES Staff requests Council accept the Minutes of the Following Committees: 1. Public Art Advisory Committee—2018—November 26 2. Golf Advisory Committee—2018—July 11 3. Golf Advisory Committee—2019—February 13 4. Library Building Committee—2019—February 20 5. Library Building Committee—2019—March 6 6. Library Board of Trustees—2019—February 14 7. Local Option Tax Commission—2018—June 26 8. Local Option Tax Commission—2018—June 27 9. McCall Redevelopment Agency—2019—January 15 Page 1 of 2 CITY COUNCIL AGENDA April 11, 2019 Regular Winner of the library meltdown contest will receive a Yeti cooler courtesy of May Hardware ! 1 HARDWARE 25 of 34 441_ os- e m 0 City of McCall To: City Council From: Kurt Wolf,Parks and Recreation Director CC: Anette Spickard,City Manager Date: 3/31/2019 Re: Monthly Department Report—March 2019 1. Winter Rec Programs&Registrations: Elementary Volleyball is slowly collecting registrations;and the Recreation Supervisor is on the hunt for 3 more volunteer coaches for the short season. Tots and Tykes kicked off another session,this time with all new participants,most of which are new to parks and recreation. . The second session o . start; meetin every Mon ay ening at the elementary school gym from 7:00-9:00 p. ?a oo Local parents have corn- .• ether to fo V.• - •: . t we youth little league for ages 7-12 in McCall.The group calls themselves lath Lcug.c..f amral ifigho and will begin their first season in April.The group approached staff to team up with the City to help advertise,collect registrations and help book practices during their first season (much like the McCall Youth Football situation from fall 2018). Tara Woods, Recreation Supervisor,will present the idea to City Council on April 11th. Staff is working on finalizing the summer activity guide.Tligi egacnn ctaff.uas.able to include many local res�ces(i.e. summer camps,schools,etc. for area youth)arm rcae.archiag,beLter,ways to publishthe . •� • • •- • .4 - •-• - • - - .. t of prtrittiTtrigtlrferataamore professional leveell..The standard guide will be out to public April 22nd,registration begins May 1St. 2. Trainings: Staff is preparing for and assisting Boise Parks and Recreation with planning for the 2019 Idaho Recreation and Parks Conference in April to be hosted by Boise Parks and Recreation. The conference takes place April 09-13. 3. Special Events: nrnental Actirtrty errnMitteentl tlimiliggyettetand ...Taoist,will be showing the documentary"iiiimpling on the Shotilvierreffi.ierritsvirreserving 11ubnC'Lands Monthly Department Report—Parks&Recreation 26 of 34 in intan:herrliWdnesday. A. i '''°' . . • nter. .e free to the public,and a 3-person panel wil host dis, sions following the 24-minute film.The panel will consist of representatives from the Idaho L. . rust, Payette Land Trust and West Central Mountains Economic Development Council. ThP J^Gh pt uied-to present their---Recycling Report during the Lib Libfff#11401144g Democracy event ern Aprtr 30t'. EAC chair, Julie Thrower and members of the committee will present their report at the meeting and hold discussions with the group.The event begins at 6:30 p.m. Staff i . . .1. . .•.• ,- rd _ •. . A. .. - - - • ' •._ ' • -, Aprill'rth The event will be much like prior years with the reading of the Lorax and photo opportunities with the Lorax, free food and drinks,live music and educational booths.The event will take place 12:00-3:00 p.m. 4. Parks Overview and Staffing: Staffwill continue to work on punch list maintenance projects as weather permits and will begin preparing for spring and summer projects as weather permits.Projects include:equipment fabrication,planning and scheduling, and noxious weed and irrigation system mapping with the GIS department. Both Parks and Recreation are working hard to secure summer seasonal help and have already begun the recruiting process.We have commitments from four prior seasonal employees. Staff has worked with the City Manager and Human Resources to shift a portion of the Parks seasonal salary funds to cover a full-time position in an effort to attract applicants and better cover the shortfall created with the lack of seasonal applicants.In Summary: W f seasaimal,atthialemaisowthe pasttlItTrarnirthe ade#itionlefff'fuII-ti me emp I oyerrtItilizing=t�a�j and current budget. T.,lu�tt,a long-time seasonal employee with the department interviewed for the job and was highly recommended by Parks staff He brings much experience to the table and has a great background with the City of McCall. His experience with other municipalities coupled with his education will be an immediate asset to the department.His strongest attributes cover some of our current weaknesses which will make for a great fit. 5. Waterways Committee—Valley County Waterways Ordinance Update: Director Kurt Wolf has been attending the Valley County Waterways Committee meeting in Cascade on the first Tuesday of each month. During the April 02 meeting, the Waterways Committee with the Sheriff's Marine Deputies discussed the updated status of the waterway's ordinance as well as the petitions and comments circulating through social media. -'- °".`f gioniflamat =fie: reo,gati ns nn atc rispat,ip of aen . tinct ivbl<A ,.. ' '4" and 41a6rijaanges t0 infiwitiiiiiimind penalties/tickets/fines. County Commissioners will be holding additional public hearings on the ordinance on April 22&23. ▪ e ril 7) P»hjjp Hearing: Cas .ade-Legion Hall Building it p.m. • ARril 23 Public Hearing: McCall—Idaho First Bank Buildin at 6: Monthly Department Report—Parks&Recreation 27 of 34 e in o City of McCall To: City Council From: Justin Williams,Police Chief CC: Anette Spickard,City Manager Date: 4/3/2019 Re: Monthly Department Report—March 2019 1. Personnel Changes: Officer Mary Ruskovich,attending the 16-week Idaho POST Academy,is scheduled to graduate April 12,2019. Upon her completion of the academy, she will complete the final phases of the FTO program prior beginning a regular patrol schedule. The McCall Police Department continues to accept applications for the position of Patrol Officer. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. 2. Grant Update: The McCall Police Department has received the Mobile Data Terminal (MDT) and E-Ticket equipment for the Idaho Transportation Department SWET Grant. The installation of the equipment into patrol vehicles is scheduled for the first week of April. The mobile data terminals (MDT's)and E-ticket should be operational by the end of April. The McCall Police Department continues to work the Idaho Transportation Department's Traffic Enforcement Grants as they are announced. Each grant period focuses on different driving behaviors or issues such as aggressive driving, seat belt use, and DUI. The periods and focus areas are designed to make our roads safer and save lives. 3. Community Events: The McCall Police Department partnered with Ruby's Kitchen to host a "Cooftrevirr etn5s., ev • . • The McCall Police Department will participate in Drug Enforcement Administration(DEA) to participate in the National Drug Takeback Day, April 27, 2019.The event will be held at the McCall Police Department from 10:00 a.m.to 2:00 p.m. The event is designed to safely dispose of unwanted or expired prescription and over the counter medications. No needles or liquids will be accepted. Monthly Department Report—Police 28 of 34 4Mo e In o City of McCall To: City Council From: Nathan Stewart,Public Works Director CC: Anette Spickard,City Manager A(Q Date: 4/3/19 W.( irL11' Re: Monthly Department Report—March 2019 �tJ.‘ ADMINISTRATION/ENGINEERING �� "r L© /�•,��� 5'1 1. Development Engineering Reviews: a d o I�;('r Reviewed coordination of land use applications with the City Planner, and engineering review of 1 construction plans on larger projects including St.Lukes Hospital,McCall RV Resort Phase 2, ""9 r S,py iominiuins,McCall Valley Storage Condos and Thompson Place PUD.Horrocks Engineers is assisting with development reviews. Review and approval of escrow releases for The Fairways subdivisions completed. . 2. Downtown Core Reconstruction: Phase 1B: Preconstruction meeting scheduled for 4/4/19. .faimitipietiesprio scheduled to begitlueet4/41141* " upending. Project representatives will be meeting with individual business/property owners on A. 5/1/19. Co gir YIYII'P!•} 11/PL,CttP 9nr1 !`11rrPYltf[, TPtll OlHrt L,'.,nL nr.a ether � oyt pubVelfiformatioWrnedi o focus on Phase 1B. X',� A. Phase 2A:HoRe�elcs wilt finalize design br i � s- ni hens 4 �in 'I"iipnte will be available.Bid opening for 1✓ to V this phase is scheduled for 5/1/19. For the latest on the project, refer to the City's website: '- A https://www.mccall.id.us/downtownproject . 3. City Engineer Recruiting: ---)3{l'-s - ( �Ib,• . . I•f e . . - •• ^ . . _• _ He will begin on May 6, 2019.Nick will be relocating from Fresno,California.H- ' 4., ' and amen 4. Idaho American Society of Civil Engineers Conference: PW Director/Interim City Engineer attended ASCE Southern Idaho Engineering conference at BSU and attended presentations by Midas Gold, ACRD (speed limit signs), CCDC, among others. Ten (10) professional engineering development hours(PDH)were acquired. STREETS 1. FY20 CIP Projects: Superintendent working with Horrocks and the PW Director has been preparing CIP project sheets for submittal to Finance Department by the end of the month. Monthly Department Report—Public Works 33 of 34 2. Snow Removal&Preparation Activities: The City received 5"of snow for March which allowed the crew time to begin to widen and cut roadways. Due to the amount of snow that accumulated in February,these activities will continue into April. 33. Snow Removal for City Parking Lots: Vb "I r-Department hired 5 local contraffers to haul snow out-of the 1st street ader ity Hall parking lots,which 4 ok three days at a cost of$16.805!11). Gity crews issictM with 1oadinu trucks and managing stockpiled 1 ' , .our Riverfront Park location. p O sr4. Spring Break-up Pot Hole Patching: y4' ' The crew spent more than a full week patching hazardous pot holes caused by spring break-up.This activity will continue through April or longer depending on the weather. *C4k 5. Road Scholar Classes: 6 rAll Operator I and II staff attended LHTAC classes (Boise and Council)to support their Road Scholar and \of/ 1o4 Road Masters Certifications. Classes included: Roadway Materials; Basic Math; Speed Limits & Speed It, �1- Zones. Additional classes will be attended in April and May. 4 P./ WATER `? 1. Distribution: /5v-A5)( a. New Water Service: Set meters and turned water on for 1 new residential customer. b. Jasper Subdivision Water Main and Drainage Improvements: City Council awarded the contract to Vvvv��� k Warrington Construction for the proposed water main and drainage improvement project. A /or preconstruction meeting is scheduled for 5/9/19 and construction potentially beginning in late �,�t '�/ May/early June. V_ c. Fire Hydrant Winter Maintenance: With better weather,the crew was able to thoroughly check and QCt clear all fire hydrants throughout town of snow&debris. d. Emergency Calls:Responded to 4 emergency water shut offs during the month(1617 Timber Circle, 216 E Park St., 1032 Fireweed,and 910 Fairway Dr.). e. Normal Call Outs:Addressed 3 requests to turn water on for season,3 requests for no water(2 frozen meters on city side and 1 on owners' side),checked 2 residents for high usage,replaced 2 meters in system,and responded to 4 dig line requests. f. FY20 CIP Projects: Superintendent working with SPF and the PW Director has been preparing CIP project sheets for submittal to Finance Department by the end of the month. 2. Treatment: a. Treatment and Distribution SCADA upgrades Phase 1 & II: Formal migration of the water system onto the new SCADA system occurred on 3-19-19 as planned. Additional work on the telemetric system between the water plant SCADA system and our off-site locations will continue into April. b. Legacy Pump Station VFD Installation: Council awarded the contract to AME Electric on 3/14/19. VFD installation is scheduled for mid-May and prior to the irrigatio s ason. '> .}�vj ill also q rgyefficiency rebate-ef�00. �i c. Chlorine Generation System Replacement: City Council approved or ering of new storage tanks on 2/28/19. Tanks will be installed in coordination with generation system. d. Water Treatment Plant Lighting upgrade: AME completed the retrofitting of all fieresterL-E-Bs at the Water Treatment Plant..ai .prA ert will Qualify for an %liD Ppykrvi etter'gyy siege -€e t f -$.7,600. e. FY20 CIP Projects: Operations Manager working with SPF and the PW Director has been preparing CIP project sheets for submittal to Finance Department by the end of the month. Monthly Department Report-Public Works 34 of 34 McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, . : 638 Number AB 19-083LI Meeting Date April 11, 2019 `'v AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Originator Department Approvals Initials or Supporter Request for Approval of Consultant B133 Contract Mayor/Council and Letter of Approach for Library Expansion City Manager Clerk Design and Construction Administration Treasurer t` A LJ1h t 1-$ nn Community Development ') Police Department /y1 rritio Public Works Po•es `Mu L-& Golf Course COST IMPACT: $420,000 e' '— (lira 7 Parks and Recreation FUNDING FY19 CIP t J Airport SOURCE: Library Originator TIMELINE: May-December 2019 for phases 1-3 Information Systems Phases 4-5 timeline pending funding options Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT: In 2016, the McCall Public Library Board of Trustees commissioned a Building Expansion Committee to use FY16 LOT funds to conduct a conceptual design study and space programming for a library expansion. Id,uuiplf��� ^ii nrel,irPr+`was unanimously chosen for this exciting project. The results of the 2016 study along with a preliminary budget estimate (available on the library website and in the library) were presented to City Council and the Library Board of Trustees. The C - - - - •. . _• t. The•.Gta} ingiacL prelirni u' G,.,.l.:+o,.+..,.pi Lies*, ensiadisiegmaiiimfoiaterial I rn 'P^nPnt pl�._li'..ane+ "'k^^+ted•"-rF il . The library team is focused on l c sts. Community support remains high. In a recent work session with the Library Board and representatives of the Building Expansion Committee, C.Qu,ic of f tbe.CALLCICalatbatilaindioniseliete.sepaimoject architect and conslrucliutt managar. "moo, ^^^r iltati oa•with th- •+ 1I • .. • ' . .. • 1 •n- .- •- ... . • . . . - 1- --t jnteret o cf-t4 • • - • • ' '•• • • i e ,t•hries P.1' • - • i tiirgl rlj n. (An Request for Proposal for a CotwAsu,.+inn MQ^a?r.4bac-:ee.^ atiuotid e firms 1 -been intr ed. Th Draft Contract B133 with Humphries Poli is attached and is under final legal review. It includes: • Phase 1-Confirmation(reviewing the original plan 2 years later with all stakeholders) • Phase 2-Create (producing a schematic design) • Phase 3-Design development(presentations with diagrams, sketches,models and public charettes) • Phase 4-Final construction documents allow pricing,permitting and construction by the CM/GC • Phase 5- Realization(bidding construction observation) RECOMMENDED ACTION: • • _ - . . orize th sary ocumen s, . RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION AIA Document B133TM - 2014 Standard Form of Agreement Between Owner and Architect, Construction Manager as Constructor Edition AGREEMENT made as of the First day of April in the year Two Thousand Nineteen (In words, indicate day, month and year.) ADDITIONS AND DELETIONS: The author of this document has BETWEEN the Architect's client identified as the Owner: added information needed for its (Name, legal status,address and other information) completion.The author may also have revised the text of the original City of McCall Public Library AIA standard form.An Additions and 216 E.Park St. Deletions Report that notes added McCall,ID 83638 information as well as revisions to the 208-634-5522 standard form text is available from the author and should be reviewed.A and the Architect: vertical line in the left margin of this (Name, legal status, address and other information) document indicates where the author has added necessary information Humphries Poli Architects,P.C. and where the author has added to or deleted from the original AIA text. 1655 Grant St. Denver,CO 80203 This document has important legal 303-607-0040 consequences.Consultation with an attorney is encouraged with respect for the following Project: to its completion or modification. (Name, location and detailed description) This document is intended to be used in conjunction with AIA Documents McCall Public Library.Design and Construction Administration of a new approximately A201,4,-2007,General Conditions of 12,000 square foot,two story Library based on programming and conceptual design the Contract for Construction; composed by Humphries Poli Architects in 2016.It is anticipated the new library will be A133T"1-2009 Standard Form of located in the City of McCall's Civic Campus. Agreement Between Owner and Construction Manager as Constructor where the basis of payment is the Cost of the Work Plus The Construction Manager(if known): a Fee with a Guaranteed Maximum (Name, legal status, address and other information) Price:and Al 341m-2009 Standard Form of Agreement Between Owner TBD and Construction Manager as Constructor where the basis of payment is the Cost of the Work Plus a Fee without a Guaranteed Maximum Price. AIA Document The Owner and Architect agree as follows. A2011*"-2007 is adopted in this document by reference. Do not use with other general conditions unless this document is modified. AIA Document B133TM—2014.Copyright©2014 by The American Institute of Architects.All rights reserved.WARNING:This AIN,Document Is protected by Init. U.S.Copyright Law and International Trestles.Unauthorized reproduction or distribution of this AIA•Document,or any portion of It,may result In severe civil and criminal penalties,end will be prosecuted to the maximum extent possible under the law.This document was produced by AIA software at 11:31:39 ET on 04/01/2019 under Order No.5312692377 which expires on 12118/2019.and is not for resale. User Notes: (1834304360) NUM PNRIES POLI ARCHITICTS repeatedly proven that we are able to respond to these issues quickly and efficiently. es . - ase.We understand that our last impression had better be as good as our first impression. During construction, attention to detail, responsiveness and thoughtful solutions are paramount.Our team has an outstanding record of providing effective construction administration resulting in minimal change orders and target budget achievement. Although we are not a construction manager with continuous on-site representation, the quality of construction as an inherent responsibility. We'--.:' - - •-.-•_ • -- • .. - - • gs. It is-typical that W- • - -• -. - a • I• - u-- '•• • -- - - - nce a.t++e.Lii. This is all dictated by the progress of the construction phase and the need to be physically present. Our consultant team of engineers would visit the site as necessary to review the progress on their respect components of the project. We have found this process to be extremely success in past library construction projects. Design Fees/Duration: W • - . •-- ••• - We would estimate the timeframe to complete this phase to be 52 weeks. Special Design/Computer Modeling Our team has recently started utilizing a state-of-the-art process of generating fully interactive, fully im - •- de n. Our process pairs the advantages of the three dimensional digital models generated through our Building Information Modeling (BIM) process with the cutting edge tech of VRande -• '=• - - - •• • - - •- - - • • - • ' We have found this process to be exceedingly beneficial in its ability to help clients rapidly and intuitively understand their spaces. The VR process employs technology which includes industry leading high resolution head mounted displays, motion tracking sensors and real time video rendering software to create an experience which is highly detailed, interactive, and easy to use. We integrate this process into our practice in the form of design services and marketing products. Our VR design services enable clients and architects to create a virtual prototype of the space as it is being designed, similar to traditional architectural study models. These models can be used to illustrate and iterate on many aspects of the design and enable a greater degree of precision in communication and design between stakeholders. VR prototypes are employed throughout the design process, and these true-to-scale digital mock-ups of the space and provide an intuitive touchstone for all parties to use for design confirmation purposes. The VR experience enhances the design process by providing a level of detail matching and exceeding that of traditional architectural rendering techniques while providing unmatched immersion. - --- _ _ ng. T - -• _ - a fwigliGgialtrimpost. The capabilities of virtual reality can be harnessed to drive interest in the project and leave a lasting impression. The process of creating the VR experience also yields i - I HUM PHRIES polt ARCHITECT: more traditional marketing offerings such as video, 360 degree panorama tours, and high resolution renderings for print. Sustainable Design Our team is fully committed to application of design and building techniques that pf..66640.6.41,460d saway.r.dasualfltia44 and claeressetreTIVIrtrITITETTreftlerITITglerartnatilirtge. We make it a point to recommend appropriate sustainable design solutions to our clients regardless of whether LEED Certification is a project goal. We see these solutions as more than just environmentally conscious. I . u. - - - - - - - - - - -- • -- - . - - -e.is e an. . .- - . -. . Our staff has a significant number of USGBC LEED Accredited Professionals. Each project undertaken by this team includes a review of applicable sustainable design strategies at the outset of the design process.We then further evaluate the strategy with respect to immediate and long-term cost savings to the project. We are fully committed to the pursuit of coiso.weirrolomeirsreifert,rMeeeril4hoioiedsilarary poject. Every project undertaken by our team includes a review of the applicable design strategies at the outset of the design process and then further evaluates the appropriateness of the strategy with respect to immediate and I er. Because libraries consume large amounts of energy and resources, and because they affect the quality of lives in their communities we have found this building type to be highly appropriate to the incorporation of green building principles. nd. We believe and practice it in a sense that green is going to be extraordinarily important and,quite frankly, necessary for all buildings to performs well in the future. Th n ..• - . : - - - .- . - • .. ' ' ..• - - •-nsive. IP ma-4y sosea ibe 1e4461..Cly , hof, add 9d1ai Nat Luis, dtc. BCt"tfreTe tr sts. The following tools and techniques represent a variety of sustainable design concepts we would typically include in a library project similar to Indian Creek: • Sustainable Site Strategies • Passive Solar Building Design • Daylighting Energy Control Systems/Energy Modeling • Under Floor Air Distribution System • Recycled Materials • Rapidly Renewable/Low Maintenance Building Materials • Xeriscaping Each project is unique and these solutions, though representative, are by no means the limitations of our abilities or interests in this critical area of design. Energy modeling of design alternates and review of cost/benefits on systems affecting energy use will ensure that this project is"cheap to keep". 611 I L .� C- O � 4vc I °v- rL A(r McCALL CITY COUNCIL b • 'rek04"---216 East Park Street AGENDA ML La''-)- " ''• McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-078 ' °s}� collect)o� 1D` ``` Meeting Date: April 11, 201901 l Y1 pec-h ave d w j S� 4.- F_• AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Originator Department Approvals Initials or Supporter Valley County Waterways Ordinance Discussion Mayor/Council r City Manager /h via ' � T�S 04.4,06)2_4-G' Clerk sa Treasurer -�c✓ int � `` • Community Development • 4-L44-'4k-- _ 2 �coo cc1� .s� � �`'� L ` Police Department U S-e rl) (irk A r V4 r®F Public Works d e P - ) cSa- r Golf Course COST IMPACT: N/A Parks and Recreation —j/ Originator FUNDING N/A Airport SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: April 23, 2019 Information Systems Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT: V14'141) ,�.I- L I/v{ S fit� • •z The County Commissioners have further revised the proposed Valley County Waterwr rdinance based on recent public comments and recommendations from the County Waterways Committee. The new draft ordinance will be open for public comment during two public hearings in April. (April 22 in Cascade, and April 23 in McCall). See attached announcement. The City of McCall has historically worked closely with all of the agencies,users, and advisory groups that are associated with both the recreational opportunities and environmental factors associated with Big Payette Lake that will ultimately be impacted by the proposed ordinance. Note: s 1. •• . •• ••• ' • - . - .. - ••••- . _ Jove markwt to e tmpac area. ejr' � 1 v Attached: • Proposed ValleyCounty Waterways Ordinance � Y4 • Valley County Commissioners Public Hearing Announcement '&441341° • 2018 City of McCall Comprehensive Plan references to the lake. • Previous letter from the City of McCall to the County Commis ' fifers regarding the Waterways Ordinance. RECOMMENDED ACTION: 1. • . • • 11 ••• - , . • • .- -• -• _ ..• �.. iirel este impacts to the City of McCall and ge. 2. P • • .• .• • ... •• _- - . . . • - . • . • • . -nttothe County Commissioners as it relates to the proposed waterways ordinance at the up-coming public hearing. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION (Ali L I wcit S-e( Ori BLANK PAGE NIGHT-One hour after sunset to one hour before sunrise NO WAKE AREA-A designated area where the operation of watercraft must be accomplished at not more than five fivg.Wjakijaemimaurnand where ^^`"�tor�rnf*shall nrridiirp a wake Rreater t an fnllr inc es (� 4 aeieht or a breakingwake showing whitewater NO WAKE SPEED-The slowest speed at which it is possible to maintain steering but not more than five (5) miles per hour. (from the state handbook of safe boating). OVERNIGHTING -A vessel is deemed "remainin on the w Ile Count overni ht" if the vessel is on any waters of Valley Countyr not attached to a dock or moorine hall.at 11: P.M. POSTED AREA-An area which is a portion of the waters of Valley County, marked with regulatory markers in compliance with Idaho Code§67-7031, in order to regulate the actions of watercraft and persons. PUBLIC WATERS-Any river, lake or other body of water within Valley County other than those which are entirely privately owned, regardless of navigability. VALLEY COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS-Governing board of Valley County, Idaho. VESSEL/WATERCRAFT- Every description of watercraft, including a seaplane on the water, used or capable of being used as a means of transportation on water, but Apr,- rant int-lilt-1a fl^at hnuces as defiimeilvirotehmtuireolleafilmifigAO, div- -'. ••- • ,-a . •• •- •••-• • •••- ' • • ••- _ •• - •- •W t r, and non-mo orized devi n�dgsiened or modified_to be userL c a ma-1W'of t n latable air mattresses, single inner tubes,and beak and water Neg. WAKE-A speed that creates white water in the track or path of the vessel, or any waves immediate to the vessel. WATER SKIING-Any act that involves a person being towed by a motor powered vessel utilizing a tow rope,tow line,training boom, or regardless of device being towed. WATERWAYS ADVISORY COMMITTEE-The Valley County Waterways Advisory Committee as appointed by the Valley County Board of Commissioners. (Idaho Safe Boating Act,Title 57, Chapter 15, Idaho Code) 4-9-6 GENERAL PENALTY. Any person convicted of a violation of any section or provision of this code, which is designated as a misdemeanor shall be punished by a fine not to exceed one thousand dollars ($1,000.00) plus court costs and fees, or by imprisonment not to exceed six(6) months,or by both such fine and imprisonment for each offense. If the action is designated by state law as a misdemeanor the penalty shall be as set forth in state law. If the action is designated as infraction by state law the penalty shall be as designated in state code. Any section herein not designated as a misdemeanor shall be an infraction and the fine shall be one hundred ($100.00)with no imprisonment for the first infraction of a specific charge,$500.00 for the second infraction for that same specific charge,and a misdemeanor for the third citation for the same specific charge issued within one season. If a boater is cited for three citations for the same charge, on Valley County waterways, in a calendar year,that boater shall also be 3 trespassed from operating a vessel on the waters within Valley County for one year from the date of the conviction for the third violation. 4-9-7 REGULATIONS FOR ALL WATERS IN VALLEY COUNTY: APPLICABILITY:These regulations apply to any user of Valley County Waterways,except law enforcement officials in their official capacity. A. DUMPING IN WATERS. It is unlawfult discharge,deposit,abandon, dump_spill leak, purrjp, ,fur, or emit any extraneous matter into the 4lir . - • - • nty, including but not limited to swage,garkue, refuse, docks,wood,and fuel. Violation of this ir�ishall be a deanmeor. p ra Otors who are op ratin g esse s which are discharging, d spilling, leaking, pumping, pouring, or emitting extraneous materials into the public w. be imme•'. - - •. -• • tie public waters urjtil the matter is resolved . •• •- - ae -1L•IiT. • cha •- . ii • s•' -aks, pumps, pours,or emits an •rohibite• material into • is waters. B. AGE FOR OPERATING A MOTOR VESS shall be unlawful to o s.«+..t - • • . • , •a-••e t• o•erate .• u. • - - ' I- o•- - • • •• n - years of age, EXCEPT operators may operate motor vessels if they are betw- lgrfir twelve(12)and sixteen (16)if they bkr have completed an Idaho Safe Boatin ,C rse, have proo - '•.• of thurse iri*hjrpf, ' a e an a u on oar t e mntnr tlsssel • . X1 1.. -. �,N4 � '.t- - . - •' • '•• - ..•tor �kS vessel. TheVal el yiounty Sheriff has the authoritytto waive thi- irement if a potential motor vessel n operator is participating in an organized, pre-approved urse wh. there is proper supervision, but in no case shall such an operator be younger than twe12. ears o C. LIVE ABOARD ACTIVITIES. 1) It shall be illegal to use a vessel forjaAtaxylactivities on any orborivpf water in Valley Co IA. sir . a vesse'i -d with a hjngtank foUlufnon Wactoanda • • t •► • ••.rd. It shall be illegal to use any vessel for such live- -boar•£ 'i ies or on: n ifteen (15)days in any thirty (30) day period. Furth r vesselss mav_,lpt remain o ht in Duck Ba a /or Divers Cove for more than three consecutive nights. IGHT TIME OPERATIONS: At night,a vessel shall have a least one person on board the vessel. At nig' . ` II vessels must be equipped with lighting that complies with U.S. Coast Guard Regulations. All bodies of water within Valley County are considered "NO WAKE"during nig e hours. D. SWIMMERS USING WATERS OUTSIDE A NO WAKE AREA. Any person swimming in an area a Ur that lies outside a NO WAKE area shall be accompanied by a vessel o ow a visible physicafwarn , 4 'v-Irkff eve as 3w nmg to motorized vesse s an of er w er users nal sWimmine is occurring. '®Y` ,� Th or p ysica warning shall be a Coast Guard approved bupy. A tow or physical warning must also be deployed when swimming in an unmarked NO WAKE zone. E. WAKE LIMITATIONS. A boat crPatin a aka IarEerthan twenty-four(24) inches must be one thousand (1,000)feet from the shoreline. /, Az,r / ice m6.--1, it; 4-9-8 REGULATIONS ON CERTAIN WATERS IN VALLEY COUNTY 43 ,jr U Q�J li,Jtn��- D I".411" .12),„ � av = D "Goal 2: Pr: - _ . . . ' - .• ••.. - - . d P. - - - Policy 2.1 Foster the use of water ways for access, public recreation, and enjoyment in a manner that maintains and protects their natural character. Policy 2.2 Cr `day,the City of McC oups to dey p..guicleline,5[Q,Lu.i=f2..a.a.ttglakihand the surraunnina s areulldthe lake,and increase_private education. Policy 2.4 Adatssmotorized=and=ron-motorizedus e•4e4cera (p.136) tfiy....„..--.. C,CV h "Implement practices and policies to priat�i�tiiWajjty of Payette Lake as the source of �A� drinking water." (p. 144) — L))c4-. S':;-r-'<-42.:3-1v\;2° "Ill 1111...: In collaboration with Valley County, Idaho Department of Lands, U.S. Forest Services, and other agencies,develop an u�dat r , and exped azigiah uei a cle M�dn genact-Wan. eJltl.� c 3:1 v In collaboration with Valley County, Idaho Department of Lands, U.S. Forest i ' l C),i vij L �- \ Services, and other agencies, conduct a carrying capacity study to 1) gify Q-- d •^ `S Ike us ear carina tha hna+i.+asoacnn_ 2) d ng y�" recra+in rR�ina na.+�f�+i'ion 4 r s'an,inn i.cnr r--- , and 3)eyaluat? giagP I a� carin capacit sta data. updated plan should address: • Drinking water protection • Recreational safety management • Coordination of State and County regulations, including coordinated regulation of the lake • Back-up information for grant requests • Public education • Monitoring and quantitative benchmarks • Citizen input focused exclusively on lake and river management : In partnership with appropriate agencies, develop a Recreation Management Plan for Payette Lake that addresses such things as ewEpreernent,walieI . ones,and.ayblic.aeeess-- :,,:,c- i- . - n. o! such as buo s with .u- . •. ..•■ .--•'i: the z•n- (p.150) McCall Area Comprehensive Plan- Relevant References for Waterway Ordinance Af 216 East Park Street City of McCall McCall, Idaho 83638 — — Phone 208-634-7142 www.mccall.id.us Fax 208-634-3038 November 16, 2017 Dear Valley County Board of Commissioners, The City of McCall Council and Staff thought it was important to comment on the Valley County Waterways Ordinance with the new changes. After reviewing the Ordinance, specifically the impacts on Payette Lake No Wake Zone, the City is in support of preserving the 300' no wake zone for the following reasons: 1. Health and safety:The no wake zone provides a safer environment for non-motorized users to enjoy and recreate on Payette Lake. 2. Recreation: McCall is experiencing more and more users of non-motorized recreational activities such as kayaking, stand up paddle boards, and swimmers. Many of the residents and visitors never experience the lake from a motorized boat so it is impiatant-to:have safe opportunities for'ditto utilize the lake. 3. Ein to the shoreline: Wavoa„action has significant impact on the shoreline of Payette Lake and,-,keeping a no wake zone helps minimize wave impacts.' 4. Economic development: McCall's economy relies on all types of recreational users and the City is supportive of designated areas for different users. We have concerns about the elimination of specific items included in the 2008 Ordinance that include: • Age limits to operate water craft • Speed limits • House boat provision • Properly marking no wake zones (exempting areas where lake is over 60 ft. deep.) We understand the importance of enforcement and educating the public. We are open to being a partner in the education process with our businesses and agencies to ensure we are protecting our water source and ensuring health and safety for all. We, the McCall City Council, request that the County Commissioners defer their decision on the proposed ordinance until the City of McCall can meet and discuss the proposed changes with The County Commissioners. Please let me know if you have any further questions. Feel free to contact the Mayor at 208-869-9860 or jaymon@mccall.id.us. Sincerely, / 2 : - � Bob Giles, Council President On behalf of the McCall City Council A AGENDA Regular Meeting City of McCall May 9, 2019 at 5:30 PM Legion Hall - McCall City Hall City Council (Lower Level) 216 East Park Street OPEN SESSION PLEDGE OF ALLE IANCE ,____iy, APPROVE THE AGENDA C NSENT AGENDA 11 matters which are listed within the consent section of the agenda have been distributed to each member of the McCall City Council for reading and study. Items listed are considered routine by the Council and will be enacted with one motion unless a Council Member specifically requests it to be removed from the Consent Agenda to be considered separately. Staff recommends approval of the following ACTION ITEMS: 1. Council Regular Minutes—March 14, 2019 (ACTION ITEM) 2. Council Regular Minutes—April 11, 2019 (ACTION ITEM) 3. Council Regular Minutes—April 25, 2019 (ACTION ITEM) 4. Payroll Report for period ending April 19, 2019 (ACTION ITEM) 5. Clerk License Report(ACTION ITEM) L..,(4- � 6. Warrant Register—GL (ACTION ITEM) q r►'`a 7. Warrant Register—Vendor(ACTION ITEM) 8. Department Reports (ACTION ITEM) 9. AB 19-103 Recognition Proclamation of Marie Strode's 100th Birthday (ACTION ITE t►<4-- 10. Accept the Following COMMITTEE MINUTES (ACTION ITEM) a. Environmental Advisory Committee—2019—February 21 b. Golf Advisory Committee—2019—March 13 c. Historic Preservation Commission—2019—February 4 d. Library Building Committee—2019—March 20 e. Library Building Committee—2019—April 5 f. Library Board of Trustees/Library Building Committee Joint—2019—April 3 g. Library Board of Trustees—2019—March 21 h. Library Board of Trustees—2019—April 9 i. Library Board of Trustees—2019—April 18 j. McCall Redevelopment Agency—2019—March 19 k. Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee—2019—February 20 STAFF INTRODUCTIONS 5:35 p.m.AB 19-102 Introduction of New Staff Members iv c-1'1' Page 1 of 2 CITY COUNCIL AGENDA May 9, 2019 Regular REPORTS 5:40 p.m. Chamber monthly report to Council PUBLIC HEARING 5:45 p.m.AB 19-096 Request to Adopt an Ordinance Updating the McCall City Code Chapter 11 Nonconforming Use Structure or Development Code—CA-18-03 6:45 p.m. PUBLIC COMMENT At this time the M. • . • . . • omments from the public on any subject whether or not it is on the agenda for any item(s)the public may wish to bring forward and discuss. Please limit comments to three (3) minutes. The City Council does not take any action or make any decisions during public comment. To request Council action during the Business portion of a Council meeting,contact the City Manager or City Clerk at least one week in advance of a meeting. JUSINESS AGENDA 6:50 p.m. AB 19-101 Wildfire Emergency Preparedness Presentation by McCall Fire, Valley County Emergency Management, and McCall Police �t,,L,l�c ' „ 7:35 p.m. AB 19-100 Regional Pathways Plan Presentation by Andrew Mentzer and Steve Stuebner :20 p.m. AB 19-097 Request to Approve Consulting Services Agreement for Consultant to Conduct a Local Historic Building and Properties Inventory(ACTION ITEM) 8. 0 p.m.AB 19-099 Request for Approval a Lease Agreement for Commercial Airport Tenant- Gem Air(ACTION ITEM) 8:50 p.m. AB 19-098 Request to Approve Resolution 19-09 McCall City Fourth of July Alcohol Restrictions(ACTION ITEM) 9:00 p.m. Review the Upcoming Meetings Schedule 9:55 p.m.ADJOURNMENT American with Disabilities Act Notice: The City Council Meeting room is accessible to persons with disabilities. If you need assistance,please contact City Hall at 634-7142 at least 48 hours prior to the meeting. Page 2 of 2 CITY COUNCIL AGENDA May 9,2019 Regular Is4M eiiioCiof McCall CITY MANAGER To: City Council From: Anette Spickard,City Manager Date: May 2,2019 Re: Monthly Department Report—April 2019 • 1. Association of Idaho Cities District 3 Meeting—Legislative Update: ,. I attended the District 3 meeting in Nampa on April 25th. The AIC Executive Director summarized the . 2019 legislative session and highlighted billstthat were passed and upcoming issues that are of interest to 4• cities: HB134—Allots for liquor by the drink in-plazasiiim minors may lawfully be present.Plazas will be treated same as baseball parks, sports arenas, convention centers where alcohol sales can be done under one permit and not need a separate permit for each event from Idaho State Police. the city will need to ,fine the area of the "plaza'but intent is to simplify paperwork and clarihol sales can octr an outdoor event area with minors present. HB168—Allows cities to designate overweight truck routes and either mana rmits in-house or opijn ti ajoidisi famportation Department (ITD) program to issue permits on our beh4lf. Cities can deny overweight trucks from traveling through the city and law allows the city to condition permits in terms of hours,times of year,and types of facilities like schools that they cannot travel by7Tlre'city canon to$5.000 to industry requesting4 Qermit T it s to beisseciferengineering analysis to see if the street can hold the weight. The city is not required to have an overweight route and can deny these trocks from comingAliaaugh the city. If the city establishes an approved route and then denies a permit, there is an appeal process. SB1113—Campaign Finance Reform goes into effect for city elections in January 2020. Our City Clerk will provide you with training and additional information regarding the changes at a future Council meeting. Transportation Funding- Legislature did not reauthori urplus eliminator"which eliminated funding 9 to LocaLHiuhwav Technical As4, 1cc r (LHTAC)for projects including the sidewalk/safe routes ` AI .1, school program.They also did not approve any fee or gas tax increases to pay for transportation projects. L \05� Online Sales Tax—The state will collect online sales taxes phe US Supreme court ruling(Wyoming v. 1 Wayfair),bet those funds will not be distributed through the normal sales tax revenue distribution formula. Monthly Department Report—City Manager 1 of 36 si-Ltc keilcy•tvisInstead the legislature decided to divert those taxes to an unspecified ,n relief fund- for the nem years. The legislature did not define how those taxes can or will be spent from the"tax relief fund". 1113217- Urban Renewal reform goes into effect4ttly 1. 2019. Vote requirement .does not apply to emderground infrastructure or unoccupied above-ground structures, like parking structures and iidewilks. lipied above-ground buildings will trigger vote requirement depending on amount of tax ineretnecin the project budget and a"three-part test"analysis.More information will come from Urban Renewal(UR) Agency association and Tax Commission regarding the `three-part test" analysis. The law is somewhat vague so it's possible a city will proceed under their own interpretation and then be challenged in court. Rule-making will be done- the ommiss on.Ttirisessociation of Idaho Cities and UR Ageneji will work with the Tax Commission on the rule-peaking. Issues likely to come up in 2020 session that AIC will monitor–Repeal of grocery tax,business personal property tax exemption, revenue sharing formula, transportation funding, Medicaid funding, highway district consolidation (create highway districts in each county and turn over all equipment & road levy authority from local jurisdictions). 2. DEQ Source Water Protection Workshop: 1 attended the workshop on April 18 in Boise.Attemiummoperprimarily from private water systems/HOA'. who manageundwaterwells for rural subdillitonsiMcCall was the only surface water drinking source represented. I learned that the Slote does not require any public drinking water system to have a source water protection plan but as a practical matter it does make sense to have safeguards in place to psibont dikntamination from entering a water distribution ellftmlecause the cast_of cle4u,iip and loss of trus>.in ae drinking water systerff is far more expensive than the preventive measures. Ourtreatment plant dots test and monitor water_ it 'oinitt ` ht d the Cluj<has protections in place at our plant to ensure the water is safe when jitaiiiiiiiiig,,through the distributiamaystem. We are fortunate to have high qua�ity incoming water anneatment is minimal. 111.1111101111.1=1"t ISIMMEN/INI=MNOIMaiNI"` The workshop primarily focused on simple protection strategies such as fencing to keep trespassers/vandals and potential contaminants from entering the physical area around ground water wells. They briefly touched on surface water protection for a source such as Payette Lake,which is a much more complicated endeavor. Th I ette • ould have t encamp a s the entire watershed that feeds water in ge geograp wen outsi ity Iimi s n s u on . o crea e suc a p an wi to e many years and the involvement o mu le federal,"stat4nd po ies t and other stakel lde . t he City cannot um a era y create such a plan nor n orce restrictions on pu lc an prvate ands outside of our zoning jurisdiction. 7e also do not have ,ilathority to regulate actWty on the).akP The Department of Environmental Quality(DEQ)provided an example of a successful surface water plan, the Lake Maumelle Watershed Plan in Arkansas, which involved many stakeholders and resulted in restricted access to certain areas of the lake and the purchase of key properties to prevent development.A monthly charge was assessed to all water utility accounts to pay for the plan's implementation activities.The implementation and enforcement of the plan was possible because it is a regional water utility with broad authority over all property within their watershed boundary. That is not our situation here in McCall. DEQ recognizes that regulating Payette Lake and the property within the watershed will be a major undertaking that no one agency can do alone. They do have some grant funds to provide technical assistance and can provide GIS mapping data of the watershed. The. maximum grant award per year is$10,000. • y a— C 1 should understand effort required to create .rs l� The City's newly adonted a MasterPlan does reco i pursue a source water • • plan in the future;howeu, eq _s . � . .Ian ii"ajoraltigiaillighligiuinvestment over several years and the willing engagement o o er Monthly Department Report—City Manager 2 of 36 • agencies and stakeholders. At this) the W2 er atment Plaid rehabilitate/ ted transmissioines.improve fire hydrant pressures,and make necessaryAgair keep daily water transmission functional as outlined in the Co -adopted Waterter P ca ital im roveits plan. If Council desires a future work session on the topic of source water pro ion an e timing of such an endeavor,please let me know. 3. Sewer District Board Appointment/Election Cancellation: I attended the April board meeting of the Payette Lakes Recreational Water& Sewer District(PLRWSD) �l �t and le ed that no one • the newly createg eprese City o ., he C e wi now move forwarUp appoint someo thaat 19cal ,seat.The Board decid-• •ey Se7.1. 1�(i will not advertise the vac t it had already been advertised by •• • ?•virtue of th- - a -It t a one eir re uire out ch. The City also advertised the positionpnor to t ie e ection ough 6%% o social media nnels: e d to cancel the el ill a int a c pard merekr I1 l from another zone to the vacan s o ar meet to ou ea A / tote represented. 4. Human Resources Update: The City was invited to attend our first III-A Board of Trustees meeting, which was held in Boise on 4/24/2019.Traci Malvich, Human Resource Manager, will hold the Board seat for McCall, and Anette Spickard,City Manager,will be the alternate. ,ially be seated on the III-A Board of Trusties on July 1,2019. Staff is very busy with recruiting efforts in several departments. •-•- . - •• s - - r. i - '••e re. lar •ositions to fill due to retirements/resign. ns. There are . • ml- ••- cies... '- -r D.J2Pr1 en an• e - i iir• - Department*and staff is current y working on a strategy to fill the upcomin Air o •and er vacancy. We also have a part-time regular position for a Library Associate. Staff is a so s several seasonal positions in both Parks and Golf for the summer crews. Applications have been slow thus far despite our multi-faceted advertising efforts.On a good note, our new City Engineer Nick Zanin iiilearted this week and we are so pleased to have him on board. Monthly Department Report—City Manager 3 of 36 e 1110 City of McCall To: City Council From: Jay Scherer,Airport Manager CC: Anette Spickard,City Manager Date 5/1/2019 Re: Monthly Department Report—April 2019 1. Winter Recovery: This morning,the last of the snow was removed from the main apron parking tie downs. There are large piles still on the majority of leaseholds,but none that should inhibit aircraft operations.Flooding was an issue again for the occupants of the Hangar 560 block. Like in 2016, an ice dam diverted water from the stormwater ditch on adjacent property directly into back of the 560 hangar block causing them to flood. Staff is assessing options to protect this area from future floods. 2. Tie Down Rental: cjitt,41/4' The Forest Service will be soliciting bids on a two-phase project to rebuild their entire parking ramp this summer, so staff will be hosting additional USFS assets on our ramps. I intend to alter the tie down parking concept to eliminate assigned spots. We will offer a parking placard to be placed in the aircraft 45^l'r' ,fik windscreen to identify prior parking payment. (Say that 5 times fast.) 3. Triangle Development: This wasn't worked on during April due to higher priority tasks. 4. Parallel Taxiway Relocation: T-O has prepared the grant request paperwork for the entire project and a contract for pre-design activities. 5. Land Acquisition: iiThe„�.0,�has.rc�retmbursement of the$13.499.23 Which w s�oent above...h . g ,,�(�,. - ' ' tion I •� While dis ting,this was not unexpected.Closeout documents are being altered to reflect. ( ' 6. Airport Zoning: GIS section plotted the zones recommended by FAA and Idaho Transportation Dept—Aero guidance.We are reviewing these zones to determine if they provide any utility on the north end of the airport and what controls on use might be implemented under these airspace overlays as part of the Airport Zone Code rewrite. Monthly Department Report—Airport 4 of 36 ♦ 1 7. Airport Manager Resignation: s• - - •JI -a.. r.p`o hien effectiwor.imaga2 or uptamarriiiiIrof,a4imigolianager, w' i ver is -• -st. hank you for the opportunity„ ,grve the Mc ,J.,c it ommun � ears. 8. Events: Airport Open House-July 6th. I will attend STEM day at Donnelly Elementary on May 18 from 10am to 2pm. Monthly Department Report—Airport 5 of 36 ., ,... , .... ,_.. „,„ iliprz , __ __ Memo City of McCall To: City Council From: Michelle Groenevelt,Community&Economic Development Director,AICP CC: Anette Spickard,City Manager Date: 5/9/19 Re: Monthly Department Report—April 2019 • 1. Housing: JMcCall Redevelopment Agency(MRA)will review a request for proposal for a Local Housing development for the parcel thai•un in Tlav;g Ave in Maay. ummommimei 2. Code Update: Diane Kushlan, a planning consultant, is leading the Code Update process in 2019. Work sessions were held on the non-conforming code and airport zone at the Planning and Zoning Commission.Le no onning code went through 4 nnhliaring at the At ril 2 Planninn& Zoning meeting and w pnunencI-• • ... • .1 to t•- • ,co and County Commissioners.The non-contormmg is a p . e rin• at Ci Co. • •s u • 9. Staff and consultant worked together on potential local housing codes. 'esearc as been completed on comparable communities and ideas have been generated specific to McCall. 3. Civic Campus Planning: Dennis Humphries, the consultant who is working on the library planning, will hold the third civic campus planning steering meeting on May 2 from 9-11 a.m. There is an open house scheduled for Thursday, May 2, at the library from 4-6 p.m. for the general public A contract for services for the boathouse/community space concept will be presented to Council to include the scope of work, process and timeline to add this to his work in McCall. 4. Urban Renewal: A qew timeJinefor MRA new district has been developed anoal is to get this comletedpbefore mir 5. GIS: Parks&Recreation mapping applications updated in prep for field season,working with staff to train on data collection and us of tablets. Staff worked on dataset to update GIS data with Caselle water Monthly Department Report—Community&Economic Development 6 of 36 account data within Elements. Bike Friendly Communities application process is wrapping up and most departments have completed their section. Staff is on track for submitting the application by the upcoming deadline and working with public works staff on Elements data and usability. 6. Building: The City Hall office remodel project is underway and going well.The Building Official is managing the process. See Building Permit Report for more information on permit activity and revenues. 7. Planning: elk Planning inquiries are picking up for summer and mid use applications are schedtgrig for Jtjne. A second • i_ 4 c.cir stricted local housing is in the works and making its way to Council.Staff eived several other inquiries about the local housing program 8. Economic Development: Business Outreach: Thank You packets continue to be distributed to local businesses licensed and located within the City of McCall. Grants: • The Ilk Highway Technical Alice Council (LHTAC)has awarded the City of McCall a grant for blAIC1,4500,4.9 support the reconstruction of Park Street as part of Phase 2 of the Downtown Core Project. • Mayor and staff presented the City's Community Development Block Grant(CDBG)request fotbliriailAgibto the Idaho Commerce Economic Advisory Council on April 25.If funded,the grant will support the cost of streetlighting within the Downtown Core Project. • A grant request for W59000 to support the Library Expansion Project was submitted to the Laura Moore Cunningham Foundation on May 1,2019. Public Art: A work mesion with the McCall Public Art Advisory Council and City Cecil is tentatively scheduled for July 26. Monthly Department Report—Community&Economic Development 7 of 36 BLDG PERMIT FEE+APPLICATION/PLANS CHECK FEE=TOTAL PERMIT FEES N N N N N VT F-, NJ 0 0 O O O O O b O O o O O O O O O O O $15,403 IMIIME $14,734 0 IIIIIIIMM $13,953 cn� $12,031 IIIIIN $27,443 $68,899 $35,786 EM $6,874 z I $1,352 IN $2,623 ON $10,966 NM $5,193 ■ $1,982 $27,328 • $1332 O NI 3,667 3,553 nw ■I $$1,476 I $54532 INN $5,286 0 O 9 $5,729 > D ■ $1,469 r- . • zA I $1,216 $22,220 GO NJ M $4,987 w $8,940 G) • ME $3,963 IIIINNII NJ $10,532 rn o T1 $9,433 77 ~c CO(-P IMIIIMIIMIIMMM $89 $23,011 E • $12,336 = o I• $9,311 -n u $16,436 rn $11,649 $35 705 m 8 D u) IIIIIIIMIMIIIIMIIIIIIIIMII $39,518 0,1- INIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII $21,730 $35 960 m ■ $50,130 o $23,473 E V D $38,367 $66,039 0 ■ z $50,066 z O $55,090 N ' $86,955 = co1.111111 $45,399 ' • IIIIIIIMMI $37,761 m NJ Ell $26,528 N o E $66,275 n 1D >co $50,606 > -< $56,222 r $0 $88,336 m IIMIIIIIMMINIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIII $ 42,361 D IIIIIIIIIIIIIMMMIIIIIIIIIMIII $40 008 $52,029 z' $62,108 $82,734 $0 $67,320 IIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIMMIMIIIM$$35 463 $23 553 • 1-o $38,661 $58,320 $0IIIMIMI $46,657 $10 523 $23,316 D C $34,042 G)., ' $60,598 $79,733 $0 $62,285 w o $32,419 w MIIIIIIMIIIIMIIIMIIIIMIIN $51,797 rn v) $28,993 rrl N $24,914 $104,579 $0 $48,924 McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-096 Meeting Date May 9, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Originator Department Approvals Initials or Supporter Request to Adopt an Ordinance Updating the Mayor/Council McCall City Code Chapter 11 Nonconforming Use, tyClerk ager J�_dstS- Structure or Development Code— CA-18-03 Treasurer � V•e_AY Community Development Nl,7Originator A Public Hearing C to 1� Police Department Public Works 6 hal 41#1,-t Golf Course COST IMPACT: N/A -CeC�evyt tr�— Parks and Recreation FUNDING CED: Professional services /4 \ sl�re Airport SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: January 1,2020 Information Systems Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT: The nonconforming use chapter was the topic that came ups therubiic outreach ll 40e eliensiveiilan andicakiNdrnieshop. Specially,the comments identified issues with iemodelieg, ugggafrolficienQ, upgrades, and ppservation s. Issues with nonconforming structures were ncstl y lames io^*s lnnatPrl nn Payette'ke. Itiiiii-thewivorigymPfoohis tritgroterto perrnirlitese poneonformities tosiainue until the removad and4,6,14low for t1 - tine maintenance. exempting eadisgajiaitrakiagyalawdes and pr ivation of historic struct es, 11414166Lp er. heir ion. At the April 2,2019 meeting,the McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission recommended approval of the code updates. � ` G 17.r . Attached: ek sh rt • Staff Report _ • Proposed Ordinance—CA-18-03 BXJfi • Current Chapter 11 Nonconforming Code tines • Public comment and response to the comment RECOMMENDED ACTION: G d,s 4-4 , / • r..r re'S 1— ct dn' °�1 1. Hold the public Hearing 4 /7 fir^ 2. Read by Title only, one time only, Ordinance . e vt e t' y 3. Adopt Ordinance Updating the McCall City Code Chapter 11 Nonconforming Code -CA-18-03, authorize the publication of the summary, and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION ik ���� A5 Amttlivc , iJA dotip _ 3 It x' McCall City Council Staff Report CA-18-03 Zoning Code Amendment Chapter 11: Nonconforming buildings,structures and uses May 9, 2019 Applicant: City of McCall Agent: City of McCall Application: Zoning Code Amendment-Chapter 11: Nonconforming buildings, structures and uses Description The nonconforming chapter was the topic that came up the most in the public outreach for the McCall Area Comprehensive Plan and Code Workshop. Specially,the comments identified issues with cling, eufaiormitigency zrades, and gasaiatiamigillistaricaiktuctures. Issues with nonconforming structures were mostly based on projects located or a ake.The following projects, based on public input,were identified in the McCall Area Comprehensive Plan.Thom pu em nd uies. nguacaslietimities o continue until they are rerred a e, 6ufiseptirgehergyAliticialacy uporad's and preasuatio&444visteisieistrtectimres,tat44€4.4frerteeorege4heir t � patretC ly on. Code Narrative The purpose of the proposed code amendments include the following: ❖ Streamline process and make easier to administer. ❖ Clarify the chapter so the Administrative Determination (that was adopted by City Council) can be eliminated. ❖ Within the Shoreline zone, allow additions under 25%to existing nonconforming structure to occur but do not allow additions over 25%of the existing nonconforming structure. ❖ Ziaabotiihand. - _ - - . • • _ - - :irs a ti nLl tanan ur.ti:n. •:• For historically significant buildings, allow for exceptions to the 10% repairs and maintenance. ❖ When restoring to a safe condition of any nonconforming structure or part thereof declared to be unsafe by the building inspector, style changes may be approved by the Administrator. McCall Area Comprehensive Plan The 2018 McCall Area Comprehensive Plan has the following references to the nonconforming code: McCall City Council Page 1 of 2 Staff Report CA-18-03:Zoning Code Amendment-Chapter 11:Non-conforming Chapter May 9,2019 ORDINANCE NO. AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF McCALL, VALLEY COUNTY, IDAHO REPEALING CHAPTER 11,NONCONFORMING BUILDINGS, STRUCTURES AND USES, OF TITLE 3, PLANNING AND ZONING, OF THE McCALL CITY CODE, & REENACTING CHAPTER 11,NONCONFORMING USE, STRUCTURE OR DEVELOPMENT, OF TITLE 3, PLANNING AND ZONING, OF THE McCALL CITY CODE, FOR THE PURPOSE OF STREAMLINING THE PROCESS, FACILITATING ADMINISTRATION, CLARIFYING THE CHAPTER SO AS TO ELIMINATE THE ADMINISTRATIVE DETERMINATION, ALIMPWING ADDITIONS UNDER IN% TQ EXISTING NONCONFORM I NOP SIIMMCTURES WITHIN THE SHORELINE 7i9�1�E, PROMOTING AND ALLOWING FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY IMPROVEMENTS. ALLOWING FOR EXCEPTIONS TO THE 10% REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE PROVISIONS FOR HISTORICALLY SIGNIFICANT 13CiltDINGS, AND ALLOWING FOR APPROVAL OF STYLE CHANGES WHEN RERWOR1146 TO A SAFE CONDITION ANY NONCONFORMING STRUGAIRE OR PARli I iif�F DECLARED TO BE UNSAFE BY-T44E-BUIEDING INSPECTOit. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MCCALL, IDAHO: Section 1: That Chapter 11, Nonconforming Buildings, Structures and Uses, of Title 3, Planning and Zoning,of the McCall City Code is hereby REPEALED in its entirety. Section 2: That Chapter 11, Nonconforming Use, Structure or Development, of Title 3, Planning and Zoning,of the McCall City Code is hereby REENACTED as follows,to-wit: See Exhibit A attached hereto and,by this reference, incorporated herein as if set forth in full. THIS ORDINANCE SHALL BE IN FULL FORCE AND EFFECT AFTER ITS PASSAGE, APPROVAL AND PUBLICATION. PASSED AND APPROVED BY THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF McCALL, VALLEY COUNTY, IDAHO,THIS DAY OF , 2019. Approved: By Jackie J.Aymon, Mayor Attest: By BessieJo Wagner, City Clerk EXHIBIT A Chapter 11 NONCONFORMING USE, STRUCTURE OR DEVELOPMENT 3.11.01 PURPOSE 3.11.02 APPLICABILITY 3.11.03 GENERAL PROVISIONS 3.11.04 NONCONFORMING USE 3.11.05 NONCONFORMING STRUCTURE 3.11.06 NONCONFORMING DEVELOPMENT 3.11.07 EXCEPTIONS • 3.11.01 PURPOSE (A) To declare that conformities are incompatible with the allowed uses and development requirements of the zoning district regulation set forth in this title. (B) To permit nonconformities to continue until they are removed and to allow for routine maintenance,but not to encourage their perpetuation. (C) To restrict nonconformities from being enlarged upon, expanded or extended. (D) To prevent nonconformities from being used as the grounds for adding other prohibited structures or uses in the same zone. (E) To further the goals and policies of the City's adopted Comprehensive Plan which encourages energy efficiencies in structures; promotes in-fill development; and the preservation of the scenic value of the shoreline and existing historic development which contribute to the unique character of the City. It is-therefore the •in • o allow for limited exons to the limitations on nonconformities which ese Comprehensive Plaritives. 3.11.02 APPLICABILITY (A) These regulations shall apply to ully existing nonconforming use, structure or development that existed prior to MewtQ06. _ I ti11A,t (B) Any "special use" or variance granted prior to March 016, 2QUO, snail,;k1_ 11" continue in accordance with the terms anameditiorni.0appr r such "s ' " (now known as "conditional") use or variance, subject to the provisions set o . in apter 13 of this Title. Such a use shall not be deemed a nonconforming use. 3.11.03 GENERAL PROVISIONS (A) Where at the time of the adoption of applicable regulations, lawful use of land, structures, and/or development existed which would not be permitted by the regulations imposed by this title, the use, structure and/or development may be continued so long as it remains otherwise lawful, and adheres to the provisions of this chapter. ,„ (B) A nonconforming use of land or structure, or a nonconforming use of land and structure in tfr combination, shall not be extended or enlarged after passage of this chapter by the addition Y of other uses of a nature which would be prohibited in the zone. 3.11.04 NONCONFORMING USE (A) A nonconforming use that involves no individual structures other than a minor accessory building, as defined by the Administrator may be continued so long as it remains otherwise lawful,provided: 1. No such nonconforming use shall be enlarged or increased. 2. No nonconforming use may be moved in whole or in part to any portion of the lot or parcel other than the nonconforming use occupied at the time of the adoption of regulations prohibiting such use. 3. -If es'r¢ ►onconforming use ceases for any reason for more than twelve (12) months', • �L a -subsequent use of land shall conform to the regulations of this..title; provided, Y, `jit , however, that the owner of such land may, in writing, file with the administrator , . � e ` during or before such twelve (12) month period expires, giving notice that the W �� owner intends to suspend the use and intends to preserve the right, not exceeding \ for ' three (3)years,to resume the use. �tce" 4. No additional nonconforming structure(s) shall be erected in connection with such A nonconforming use of land. �) (B) h • v • dividual buildings onormittres. or of structure and 1 comb.nat__id, so long as it remains otherwise lawful, provided: 1. Nr. PY;4t;n�� structure�ry�tcd to-a nonconforming use may be enlarged, extended. cronstRicted, trogiwarticted. moved, or.gigaurally altered unless the use of the structure is,..ghar ged to a use permit l in the zone. 2. A )nconforming use may he extended throughout any pauilding which \ ispanifestly arranged or designed expressly for such use on the effective date of the applicable relations, but no such use shall be extended to occupy any land outside such buildings that existed at the time that the use became nonconforming. 3. Any structure and land, in or on which a nonconforming use is replaced by a permitted use, shall thereafter conform to the use regulations for the zone, and the nonconforming use may not be resumed. 4. I an • c of a structure and land is discontinued or..alamiuned fqr twe ve (12) months, thec and land shall not be used mow in conformity wi le; provided, however, that the owner of such use e a ministrator during or before such twelve (12) month period expires, give notice that the owner intends to suspend the use and intends to preserve the right, not exceeding three (3)years,to resume the use. 5. Where nonconforming use status applies to a structure and premises, removal or destruction of the structure shall eliminate the nonconf 'ng., tus. "Destruction" f is su section is a ine as P t„ xtent of more than fifty per ent( O% of the rgplacement cost at time of destructs 3.11.05 NONCOMFORMING STRUCTURE (A) A structure that is nonconforming by reason of restrictions on lot cue, hei 3016, to b filch lot, or other requirements cnncernmQ the s .iii r ._ s'-u-hson- confo ities ma be continued tructure remains otherwise lawful, sub�ect to the o owin rovisions: limmep ` 1. No-nenconforminprotructure may be enlarged or altered in a wry which increase6 C(r) >f the nonconformity including voliyne, but any stru€,twe or portion may be altered to cl" decrease its nonconformity \Or it l v�`�3\ �`' 2. Should a nonconforming structure or nonconforming portion of structure be damaged by any means to an extent of more than fi ner ent rsn° of its eLICC replacement cost at time of destruction, it recon.,�* ted .ce t in celaftartttity with- he visions of The term "damage" includes natural or accidental events, such as fire, flood, lightning, or fallen snow or tree, but-does not include incidental harm by the owner to a structure. The owner of such structure may repair or reconstruct the same structure, on the same footprint, and in the process may alter it to decrease its nonconformity, so long as: a. Within eighteen (18) months after the date of such damage or destruction, the owner commences such repair or reconstruction, and diligently prosecutes the work to completion in accord with then applicable building codes; and b. No other nonconforming structure was constructed on that site during the eighteen(18)month period. 3. When a nonconforming structure is moved for any remmon over any distance, it shall conform to the regulations for the zone to which it is moved. 4. A nonconforming. structure may he enlarged. so long as the addition to the structure e requirements of the zone with the exception as stated in sec#:i 4p 3.11.07(A)of this chapter. 3.11.06 NONCONFORMING DEVELOPMENT (A) In any zone in which single-family dwellings are permitted, notwithstanding limitations imposed by this title, a single-family dwelling and customary accessory buildings may be erected on any lot that was of record on the effective date of the applicable regulations, provided: 1. Setback and lot coverage requirements applicable to those nonconforming lots of record shall be those of the zone with the largest lot area requirement within which the lot would be conforming. 2. Anipt which fai brR'Infot'Iifng in any zone shall maintain a fatal yaetback la twenty feet (4'), side yards setback of five-feet (5'). rear yard of five feet (5'), arible&aximum lot overage of fifty percent(5m'o). (B) A development that is not in accord with the standards for development such as off street parking, off street loading, lighting, lot coverage or landscaping shall be restricted in expansion of uses or structures associated with the development until the nonconforming development standards have been mitigated as determined by the Planning and Zoning Commission. Change shall be permitted in the direction of conformity to these requirements. 3.11.07 EXCEPTIONS 01 etA � k(A) Shoreline Development: If the nonconforming structure or portion thereof is located within the 50 foot shoreline setback pursuant to Chapter 7 of this title,then: 1. A single onemeimmeely addi n. less than five (25) percent of the tmal scitaignikotagammiiivexisting nonconforming structure is allowed so long as the ato the struc} onforms to all the requirements of the zone.°r 2. Additions or enlargements to the structure that equal more than twenty-five (25) percent of the total square footage of the existing nonconforming structure shall require the entire nonconforming structure, or portion thereof which causes the structure to be nonconforming, to be removed and conform to all the requirements of the zone. (B) Repairs and Maintenance: For qi nonconforming structure or strumires containing a nonconforming or permitted use"iffdinary repairs. repaimmilditio,ns or imernent of nonbearing walls fixtures. wiri?g, or iplumbing to aninot exceing ten percent (10%) of the current replacement c—f the nonconfoodw structii°or portion of stjje may be made within a•1ve- period. al� � C .4 e 1-e t`� t rx- 00)-C✓W` �� 1. Energy efficiency improvements to the Building Thermal Envelope, as defined by the International Energy Efficiency Code, will be exempted from the ten percent 10%valuation. 2. Similarly, historically signior nt structures as defined in MCC 2.4.100 (A) with recommendation from the Historic Preservation Committee may be exempted by the Administrator. (C) Exterior improvements that do not increase the nonconformity and style and material changes such as siding and enlarged windows may be approved by the Administrator when in accordance with McCall Design Guidelines. ABCj rid cl (D) Nothing in this chapter shall be deemed to prevent the strengthening or restoring to a safe condition of any nonconforming structure or part of the structure declared to be unsafe by the building inspector. From: LeGrand Bennett To: Michelle Groenevelt;Morgan Bessaw; Rachel Santiaao-Govier Subject: Comments from LeGrand Bennett,CA-18-03 McCall City Code Amendment-Non-Conforming.Planning and Zoning Public Hearing 10-2-2018 Date: Tuesday,October 02,2018 11:53:29 AM Community Development Staff,these are my comments regarding the proposed Amendments to MCC Title 3, Chapter 11. I would like my comments presented during the public hearing as I will not be able to be present. Comments are as follows: Section 3.11.02(B)sly"r.i'eplacement and/or repair of damaged `►'-^^^^I—low itrieI'iuent agilaraaair.gariuggiiiiirsguallarwaigixig non-conforming structuxe.. mei— Section 3.11.03(E)should not be included by any means in the code amendment. 1` • cri Le{r Section 3.11.06(D)should not be included by any means in the code amendment. coy,L� Section 3.11.07 should read similar to as follows: Maintenance and repairs to existing non-conforming structures shall be allowed as long as maintenance and repairs do not increase the structures non-conforming volume. €� Comment regarding Energy Efficiency Improvements: The code should allow for increases to a non-conforming structure's volume for Energy Efficiency Improvements as approved by the commission as long as improvements are consistent with the existing character of the structure. Thank you, LeGrand Bennett LeGrand Benn'ttt 1610 Moore St. P.O.Box 1777 1610 Moore St. McCall,ID 83638 208-315-3913 le@bennettarchitect.com From: LeGrand Bennett Community Development Staff,these are my comments regarding the proposed Amendments to MCC Title 3, Chapter 11. I would like my comments presented during the public hearing as I will not be able to be present. Comments are as follows: Comment 1. Section 3. 11. 02 ( B)should allow for replacement and/or repair of damaged non- conforming structures as long as replacement and or repair does not increase the existing non- conforming structure. Response: :` re fixezvear4uaried. Further provisions in that section allow for repair to maintain e safety of the building. Comment 2 Section 3. 11. 03 ( E)should not be included by any means in the code amendment. Section 3. 11. 06( D) should not be included by any means in the code amendment. Response:These sections have been added to advance objectives of the Comprehensive Plan. [Not sure about the Shoreline Provisions; can they be traced to a Plan objective?] Comment 3 Section 3. 11. 07 should read similar to as follows: Maintenance and repairs to existing non- conforming structures shall be allowed as long as maintenance and repairs do not increase the structures non-conforming volume. Response: Limitations have been placed on the amount of maintenance and repair to avoid almost total demolition and rebuild of a nonconforming structure or structure containing a nonconforming use. Demonstration of a safety condition allows for the repair of nonconforming structures. Comment 4: regarding Energy Efficiency Improvements:The code should allow for increases to a non- conforming structure' s volume for Energy Efficiency Improvements as approved by the commission as long as improvements are consistent with the existing character of the structure. Response: Without additional criteria to determine consistency of the "structure's character to be maintained",this amendment could be subject to abuse. McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-101 Meeting Date May 9, 2019 14 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION Gitri SUBJECT: �/1 g I O inator Department Approvals Initials or Supporter Wildfire Emergency Preparedness Presentation by Mayor/Council McCall Fire, Valley County Emergency City Manager S Originator Clerk Management, and McCall Police Treasurer r Community Development P✓;� ,,/e,,t--„ Police Department Public Works Golf Course COST IMPACT: n/a if — r655( (4. 4 1, c Parks and Recreation FUNDING n/a I ��,y��_Airport SOURCE: C,641 Library TIMELINE: n/a 3 _ pi,, 4 Information Systems l'4,a j fe; V Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT: c ^ ✓,,,r, f— W,.}ti,ty, A Cer} s, a qvd 44 McCall Fire Chief Garrett De Jong, Valley County Emergency Manager Juan Bonilla, and McCall Chief ttgh of Police Justin Williams will provide an update to Council regarding re ionaLemervncy repare ess for wildfire. Topics to be discussed are: 1 h Sr�� /pj' ,- 1 (Dv") r c Pro �� • The Countywide Fire Protection Plan and how to find its • What is Code Red and how citizens can sign up for the service ( J l t f`IC , _ • Definition of Stage 1, 2, 3, and 4 fire ( _ Cyt o �/ �ra1�^ ` " • Who is in charge of evacuation and how evacuation plans are form 0.—" • The Woody Debris Program and burn permit rules Lbw f! tfyC 04.--1-- 6- S (ZS -- - 61c, RECOMMENDED ACTION: f /y None- Information onl T✓mss `�47-717 ak\ i 60 VA -3 t f .- y -rc-4 P..ermt<� RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION 6Ico— M.e/'l 41-r(4.- MEETING DATE ACTION 1°1Z' C� taithi al-if �/ 'r, [1 res/Ww t Vii' Q. NU,/ytar yl e _1 OO`` r�o f-t C7(1 I' p�Or,A�i�1 W YW 4;-( aCt Glc S r �sbur� ,,,,,,,\ 0 — 01![4 4-L ti (14 - tivA ° , fttt j."(11(4- I Aare v '' 6( BLANK PAGE McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-100 Meeting Date May 9, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Originator Department Approvals Initials or Supporter Regional Pathways Plan Presentation Mayor/Council City Manager Originator q<-.G ( CUehr LPn Clerk Treasurer C 6,,(9.&��p". Mc Community Development � 6rldPolice Department a Public Works Golf Course _ COSTIMPACT: n/aj4 Parks and Recreation FUNDING n/a Airport SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: n/a Information Systems Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT: Andrew Mentzer of the West Central Mountains Economic Development Council and Steve Stuebner of Valley County Pathways will give an update on the development of a n. They are gathering feedback from stakeholders on the proposed path routes to inform the development of the plan. Attached is a feedback form that will be discussed during the council meeting. / 1 r ' Additional information on the Pathways Plan can be found at: (� /' i'h ^� http://www.vallevcountvpathways.org/im ba-study-recommends-70-miles-singletrack-sidewalks-valley-county- idaho/ SinS r'c --Nr- s/dewidic Fll iv—Lit' & J OLk 1R ( --- 4-ekiSrte RECOMMENDED ACTION: regaikapistilf1MOINIINFINerfliffirrniffilMit Plan RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION 61/1vh 6)*IA „2.4$itS d- 2-0 t 3-64 60 oar Nod, 0.4' 411-19,,0 4t 41a-r/ D r e cs rbti z-.. "''t� ,5/1/tWlc v ? kT-x1-1: --(7- 'et' 5e-u Ps vs CAll4 `1.4 r,ci`l'� VALLEY COUNTY 4.._ ilinii IIII WEST CENTRAL MOUNTAINSLPATHWAYS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENTNTCOUNCIL Valley County•Cascade•Dannelly•McCall.Meadows Valley Pathways Next Steps: Route Prioritization Welcome! Please share your opinion about pathway corridors you would like tool•ee expanded/enhanced betweernand among the towns of the West Centra! Mountains arti.pur surrounding public lands. There are several ways to connect our communities using pathways. Please take a moment to explore the graphics around the room and learn about some of the options we are looking at for enhanced pathways infrastructure, then share your thoughts on the back of this flier. IMBA plan summary • 20 singletrack sidewalks throughout the valley totaling 70+ miles • Other on-road bike lanes, trails, RR trails etc. • Total cost to develop singletrack sidewalks is $1.85M to $3.75M • Estimated cost per mile: $25,000 - $53,000 or$4.75 - $16/linear foot • The plan recommends "primarytrails and secondary" trails in the plan in terms of priority • Singletrack sidewalks would be built in county ROW areas along the county road corridors Some (not all) funding options: • Grants (public or private) • Northern Valley Recreation District (if formed) • Southern Valley Recreation District • Volunteers/donations • Local Option Taxes Prioritization--when prioritizing routes, please consider the following: • Population density • Access to public lands and other recreational assets • Connectivity to other communities • Seasonality • Scenery • Topography I live closest to... Cascade Donnelly McCall Meadows Valley My top 3 routes for expanded pathways connectivity are: 1. 2. 3. Other thoughts/considerations? Name/Email/Phone: I support Valley County Pathways and WCMEDC pursuing expanded pathways connectivity across the West Central Mountains region. SIGNATURE: DATE: McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-097 Meeting Date May 9, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Originator Department Approvals Initials or Supporter Request to approve Consulting Services Agreement Mayor/Council for consultant to conduct a local historic building City Manager and properties inventory Clerk Treasurer Community Development Gdost 14 Police Department • Public Works Golf Course COST IMPACT: $2000 Parks and Recreation FUNDING FY19 HPC budget allocation Airport SOURCE: 10-48-150-465 Library TIMELINE: ASAP Information Systems Grants/Eco Devo -I-1\k Originator SUMMARY STATEMENT: l The McCall Historic Preservation Commission (HPC), as described by McCall City Code Title 2 Chapter 4, is responsible for conducting a surveyoflocal hi ie properties.and°recommending methods necessgty ttve, maintain and restore historic properties. At its March 13,2019 meeting,the HPC unanimously recommended that City Council approve up to$2000 to compensate a BSU Intern consultant to create a digital inventory of buildings and properties of historic significance in the City of McCall. In partnership with Department of Ill4awat.IMME Stieetsity, members of the HPC invited applicants for the project, conducted an interview process. and selected WM r„ra" —+t piniji i ...+ant. Walt Sledzieski, HPC Chair, led the effort to identify a qualified consultant and develop the project scope. He will make the presentation to Council to request approval of the project Consulting Services Agreement. Attached is an introductory memo from Mr. Sledzieski, project scope of services, resume of Erik Cordes, and Consulting Services Agreement reviewed by the City Attorney. RECOMMENDED ACTION: Approve the Consulting Services Agreement with Erik Cordes for creation of a local historic buildings and properties inventory and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION Erik Cordes j6 14) ) �. -e r 371 °Th Summary/Skills • Communication: While working with various companies such as Westside Piwa I was in constant contact with costumers and occasionally organizing work among other coworkers.I also recently worked with the Boise Rearms Mission where I had to interact with volunteers and those in need in an orderly manner.My time with TAG has also improved my communications skills due to working with the community as well as different historical groups during my research. • Leadership: I have been major leader within my job and occasionally in my volunteer work. I did serve as one of the captains for my high school baseball team. This included organizing the team's actions on and off the field,working with new players,and making sure my teammates were constantly up to date with what we were practicing and our team schedule. Employment and Volunteer Work • The Arrowrock Group, T.A.G. o April 2018 - Ongoing o I tnrical Research and St rvev ssictant o sista Neighborhood Survey PrIEct • Clerical work in research for various site and persons involved with the V5urvey and Warm Spriravenue projects. • Organized do oteerend doessiptions irtirrytent'- nasal persons and buildings. • Such as architects, significant persons in the Vista area, and notable historic structures. o Assisted in field work and collection of data • Involved writing down the styles, conditions, and materials of the house or business. • Worked with residents in the area to collect additional information for future research and promote the project that T.A.G. is working on. • State Historic Preservation Office o May 2017—September 2017 o F'reparelis1,110517171515rLmervtimmyrtwrnegie Muses o Wigged Buildi files-f the Idaho Register of Hies Plaees► o Women's 2020 Project Research • Ifklemewrithectuotable womewittaiiifthistory as well as the early suffrage movement in Idaho that led to the women gaining the right to vote twenty years before the 19th Amendment. • Managed contacts with several Idaho historical groups to help coordinate and find historical persons as well as locations o R.esear�ganized a form far all- usss in--estate o1 10 that featured construction and remodeling dates, companies and architects, and if the structure was already lamed in the National Register for Histaimilaces in Idaho. o Gave a presentation featuring an organized collection of my research in preparation for the Women's 2020 celebration. • Westside Pizza Boise, ID o May 2017-December 2017 o Manager • Organized schedules, • Assigned supply shipments for the store • Handled end of the day financial and closing out the story o Prepared and cooked meals o Managed deliveries and financial transactions • Boise Rescue Mission Ministries, Boise, ID - January 2016 -April 2016 o Kitchen assistant: cooked and prepared food for 80 members of Boise's homeless population o Served community members meals o Checked in homeless individuals staying at the mission o Managed donations and organized all goods such as clothing Educatidn • Boise State University o Major: Social Sciences • Minor: History • GPA: 3.4 • Graduation Date: Fall 2017 ������ o .,,,-� '' pursuing a Masters IffipprrTd I-listorical Kesearch • Anticipated Graduation Date: Spring 2020 McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-098 Meeting Date May 9, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Department Approvals Initials Originator or Supporter Request to Approve Resolution 19-09 McCall City Mayor/Council Fourth of July Alcohol Restrictions City Manager Clerk originator Treasurer Community Development Police department Public Works Golf Course COST IMPACT: NA Parks and Recreation FUNDING NA Airport SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: N/A Information Systems Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT: During the April 25, 2019 Council Meeting, the City Council directed staff to prepare a resolution for alcohol restrictions within Payette Lake beachfront parks to be implemented for July 4th. 'Il111111mii identified in this restriction incluLl 'cylekvis, rts,'Rotafy, and illibvn PON The Council approved the Extension of the Existing Memorandum of Understanding(M.O.U.)With Idaho State Parks and Recreation (IDPR) Regarding 4th of July at their April 25th meeting. The date directed by Council above falls within the parameters of McCall City Code Section 8-14-8 (B) which states the following:. By resolution, the city council mrohibit the possession and/or consumption of alcoholic beverages in designated city parks on specific days from July 1 through July 7 each year. Signs will be posted in each park announcing the restrictions at least twenty-four ours in advance of the beginning of any period of such restrictions. I ell The intent of this agenda bill is to execute the attached resolution. RECOMMENDED ACTION: Approve Resolution 19-09 implementing an alcohol restriction within Legacy, Davis, Art Roberts, Rotary, and Brown Parks for July 4th, and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION April 25,2019 Council directed staff to prepare a resolution City of McCall RESOLUTION 19-09 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF McCALL, VALLEY COUNTY, STATE OF IDAHO, PROHIBITING THE POSSESSION OR CONSUMPTION OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES IN LEGACY, ROTARY, DAVIS, ART ROBERTS, AND BROWN PARK FOR TWENTY-FOUR(24)HOURS JULY 4, 2019 WHEREAS, Section 8-14-8 of the McCall City Code authorizes the City Council, by Resolution, to prohibit the possession or consumption of alcoholic beverages in designated city parks on specific days from July 1 through July 7 of each year; and WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of McCall has determined that it would benefit the health, safety and welfare of the citizens and visitors to McCall to prohibit the consumption or possession of alcoholic beverages in Legacy, Rotary, Davis, Art Roberts, and Brown Park from for twenty-four(24)hours July 4,2019. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF McCALL, IDAHO, AS FOLLOWS: 1. That the consumption or possession of alcoholic beverages in Legacy, Rotary, Davis, Art Roberts, and Brown Park is hereby PROHIBITED for twenty-four(24)hours July 4, 2019. 2. This Resolution shall be in full force and effect immediately upon its adoption and approval. PASSED by the City Council of the City of McCall this 9 day of May 2019. Signed: Jackie J. Aymon,Mayor ATTEST: I certifr that the above Resolution was duly adopted by the City Council of the City of McCall on , 2019 by the following vote: Ayes: Nos: Absent: By BessieJo Wagner, City Clerk Page 1 of 1 Resolution 19-09 Fourth of July 2019 Alcohol Restrictions May 9,2019 Upcoming Meetings Schedule • May 23,2019 - 5:30 pm, Legion Hall—Regular Council Meeting(Councilor Holmes out) 1. Work Session: 46-t 6- 2. Treasurers Monthly Report(Linda) Consent E l C `�` te- 3. Public Art Advisory Committee Annual Report(Delta)�� — G 0'14' 4. June as General Aviation Appreciation Month Proclamation (Jay/BessieJo) at9t 5. PUD-15-01 McCall RV Resort Phase 2 Final Plan (Morgan) 6. Request to submit a STEM Action Center grant application for the Library Expansion Project (Delta/Meg) 7. Downtown Phase 2A Contract Award(Nathan) 8. Assignment of Hangar 552 to The Peter B. Scott and Becky Scott Trust of 1999(Jay) consent 9. Possibly the assignment of Hangar 533 to Joanne Miller(Jay) consent 10. Grant application and pre-design study for parallel taxiway(Jay) 11. TO Predesign Contract—Airport(Jay) 1 D t 1" l� t May 24, 2019—9:00 am -3:00PM Legion Hall— -_ "� (Councilor Holmes out) S 1. Budget Work Session— ► f(A-v1 Gc s. a. CM Presentation Draft 5-year CIP - / b. LOT Commission to present recommendations X or I June 13, 2019 - 5:30 pm,Legion Hall—Regular Council Meeting 1 6 4 (Councilor Nielsen out) v ' • 1. Chamber Report/Monthly Department Reports/Committee Minutes 2. Humanitarian Wood Work Day July Proclamation (BessieJo) 3. Library Construction Contract Approval(Meg) 4. Civic Campus Planning Report(Michelle) �c uC C eam"--Pc-s June 27, 2019- 5:30 pm, Legion Hall—Regular Council Meeting 1. Work Session: 5-+-t 2. Treasurers Monthly Report(Linda) Consent 3. McCall Improvement Committee Annual Report(Morgan) 06i1/1011k 4. Airport Open House Proclamation (Jay) June 28,2019—9:00 am -3:00 PM Legion Hall— 13 1. -Sidewalk discussion? 2. Council FY20 Budget Work Session - a. Finalize LOT Funding, b. McPaws & TVT to present requests July 11, 2019- 5:30 pm, Legion Hall—Regular Council Meeting 1. Chamber Report/Monthly Department Reports/Committee Minutes 2. July 25, 2019- 5:30 pm, Legion Hall—Regular Council Meeting 1. Work Session: 2. Treasurers Monthly Report(Linda) Consent 3. Planning&Zoning Commission Annual Report(Morgan) 1 July 26,2019—9:00 am -I Legion Hall— 1. - Council FY20 Budget Work Session to Adopt Tentative FY20 Budget and Set Maximum . Expenditures 2. -Public Art Work Session—discussion/direction? • July 27, 2019—9:00 am Legion Hall'— 1. Continued if not completed on Friday- Council FY20 Budget Work Session to Adopt Tentative FY20 Budget and Set Maximum Expenditures August 8, 2019 - 5:30 pm, Legion Hall—Regular Council Meeting 1. Chamber Report/Monthly Department Reports/Committee Minutes 2. August 22, 2019 - 5:30 pm, Legion Hall—Regular Council Meeting 1. Work Session: 2. Treasurers Monthly Report(Linda) Consent 3. Parks &Recreation Advisory Committee Annual Report(Kurt) 4. Budget Public Hearing(Linda) A August 23,2019—9:00 am -11:00 Legion Hall— 1. - To be Scheduled: 1. MCC Title 6 Re-write (Nathan Stewart) • 2. Public Hearing—Public Works Fee Schedule Changes 3. Records Retention Policy update (BessieJo) 4. Investment Policy update (Linda) 5. Continuous Billing Code Amendment First Touch (Linda) 6. Library Bond(Meg) 7. PUBLIC HEARING: 2018 All Hazard Mitigation Plan Goals and Strategies (Anette/Justin) 8. Title 3 code update-ongoing 9. Historical Museum &St Luke's City Lease (Nathan) 10. Historical Museum Snow Management Agreement(Nathan) 11. 3rd Council workshop on ownership and maintenance of Sidewalks policy(1 Hour) 12. Big Payette Water Quality Board Presentation on the quality of the Payette Lake 13. Work Session:Faith Community Presentation on Community Needs (Anette/Joe Eisenbrandt) 14. Little League of Central Idaho MOU(Tara) 2 McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-106 Meeting Date May 23, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Originator Department Approvals Initials or Supporter Public Art Advisory Committee Annual Report to Mayor/Council City Council City Manager Clerk Treasurer Community Development Police Department Public Works Golf Course COST IMPACT: N/A Parks and Recreation FUNDING N/A Airport SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: N/A Information Systems Eco Devo Planner Originator SUMMARY STATEMENT: Cltiberg, Chair,.McCall Public Art Advisory Committee (PAAC) will present the annual PAAC report to City Council. The mission of the Me+all Public Art Advisory Committee i . o„,,,aigii recommendations to City Council regarding public art projects and policies within the,C;ty ofliIcC'a11. The PuDlic Au. AdvisoupCommittee was formed in 2012 by resolutianof City:. uncyl (Resolution 12-13), consisting of five members appointed by City Council. Members are appointed to three-year terms, which are renewable. RECOMMENDED ACTION: None—Information Only RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION 00 614 r r P c0 ' Council Meeting Packet Page 89 of 220 May 23, 2019 BLANK PAGE Council Meeting Packet Page 90 of 220 May 23, 2019 3.2 Public Meetings liseseliblic:meetingsaret tti815ated. All interested parties are welcome to attend these public meetings. The Consultant will attend and conduct all meetings. The specific format of the meetings may vary with the material presented. The Consultant anticipates sending two staff members to each meeting:one project manager and one project planner. • Meeting#1 Completion of Inventory and Forecasts—T ofinventoryfindings,asweilmtlte entaystirsus. An important component of this meeting will be the 414' waft; ¢atertination. • Meeting#2 Completion of Facility Requirements and Presentation of Development Alternatives—Tikirmetki,t*tti ftettilen tikiriftletOesSigivosemsdards and recommendatiogs regcriretttrt (facility dimensions, separations, runway length,and other physical requirements).jalaikesseesiorkwilteiseinvglve aenesenttrtenef' • w 'ItNititeltfiTAAtiesign st ndertil graImerensweenetstienverietiliVifiteeedisneedenees. The meeting will allow and invite input and discussion regarding the potential alternatives. It is expected that public input resulting from this meeting will provide opportunities to modify the alternatives to reflect local conditions. Tbe public meetings will involve the community,FAA,ITO,and other interested groups or agendas. In order to garner public involvement,these meetings will be advertised in the legal section of the homer for at I easeseinewieiellidesige#114000ating. The Consultant will be responsible for development of all agenda, handouts,and graphics, placement of legal advertisements,and meeting summaries for these meetings. The Sponsor will be responsible for payment of all legal advertisements for these meetings.The Consultant will be responsible for distribution of meeting materials and summaries. , /014 . The mailing list may include, but is not limited,to adjacent neighboring 36 property owners, local officials,and other interested parties. Prior to each meeting,the Consultant will mail letters to all persons included on the mailing list to notify them of the meeting date,time, and location. At the public meetings,those individuals wishing to be involved throughout the project will be asked to add their names to the project mailing list to be notified of subsequent meetings. 4.0 ELEMENT 2-AVIATION DEMAND FORECASTS 4.1 Purpose of Aviation Demand Forecasts F ,;) ,of aviation activity are the basis for effective' "i"WY• 4pgfigrretiee jes.In general,forecasts should be realistic,based upon the latest available data,be supported by information in the study,and provide an adequate justification for airport development. Any activity that could potentially create a facility need will be included in the forecast. Factors affecting aviation activity include but are not limited to:economic and demographic characteristics,geographic attributes,and aviation-related and other factors. Page 4 of 10 Exhibit A—Consultant's Services Council Meeting Packet Page 179 of 220 May 23, 2019 4.2 Forecasting Methodology An appropriate forecasting methodology will be determined based on available data. As described in Airport Cooperative Research Program(ACRP)Synthesis 2:Airport Aviation Activity Forecasting, potential methodologies include,but are not limited to: • Market Share Forecasting(involves measuring current activity at an airport as a share of some other aggregate measure,and then assuming the share will remain constant[or perhaps change in some pre-specified way]so that airport activity will grow along with the projected growth in the aggregate activity) • Econometric Modeling(involves statistical estimation of a regression equation that posits a causal relationship between a dependent variable and a set of independent explanatory variables) • Time Series Modeling(involves some form of extrapolation of existing data out into the future) • Simulation Modeling(imposes precise rules that govern how passengers or aircraft are routed,and then aggregates the results so that Consultants can assess the infrastructure needs of the network or airport to be able to handle the estimated traffic) 4.3 Review of Historical Aviation Activity T - • g g. . . . ate forecasts i- _ • - ..•• • - — r an• - d the nuiTir of operations. Regarding general aviation activity,the Consultant will collect data thatitiolgitifitgligegssiegary and rlacc of airrraft tvnos as f„�rl� �® tRf a�AlIity ofenant and transient aircraft. 4.4 Current Traffic Justification To capture as much information as possible about current airport operations,the Sponsor has been collecting pictures(sampling)using a motion activated camera for several years.j.bis.e4dence-411,1-ie ,„gpgratigp.s.will,alliamothaLoarouitaot.to‘000kylothooacordssf ithieettistivageirerektraffic. Pictures will be reviewed by the Consultant with the intent of analyzing enough data to provide a reasonable sample of activity. The pictures provide evidence of the number,type,and time of operations at the airport and ensure a higher degree of accuracy in justifying current traffic than traditional sources. • • .... - p e e• in ep em.er .: o The airport manager has rernrded annr, imnr"1.1.05o rr,^*isms.The Consultant estimates,based on other similar projects,it requires approximately one hour of staff time per 450 pictures will be needed to sort, catalog, and analyze the pictures. Information regarding historic operations, based aircraft, and fuel sales will also be provided. The information being gathered is being analyzed for: • Aircraft details(including N-number,if possible) • Number of engines and type of aircraft • Approach speed and wingspan(Aircraft Approach Category and Airplane Design Group) • Undercarriage dimensions(Taxiway Design Group) Page 5 of 10 Exhibit A—Consultant's Services Council Meeting Packet Page 180 of 220 May 23, 2019 6.2 Identification of Facility Alternatives(Non-Runway/Parallel Taxiway) The Consultant will identify alternatives associated with changes in the parallel taxiway geometry. Alternatives are anticipated to include connecting taxiways,turn arounds areas and minor apron reconfiguration only. 6.3 Evaluation of Alternatives An analysis of all identified alternatives will be presented. Evaluation criteria will include operational performance(capacity,capability,and efficiency), best planning tenets and other factors, environmental factors,and fiscal factors. 6.4 Selection of the Recommended Alternative iiitaflaufapiiigifyptipp,„caleol444altp..4-pAyq,x0pi,t9 443fOryyhviinted. The process used to select the recommended alternative will be comprehensive,logical,well documented, and include meaningful public participation. 6.5 Coordinate Alternatives with FAA Flight Procedures Coordination of the recommended alternative with FAA Flight Procedures to verify that any changes to the airport geometry will not impact airport approach minima. 6.6 Engineering Cost Estimates Engineering cost estimates by a Professional Engineer registered in the State of Idaho will be provided for the selected alternative for relocation of the parallel