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HomeMy Public PortalAboutFY2020 Council NotesCity of McCall City Council OPEN SESSION PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE APPROVE THE AGENDA CONSENT AGENDA I AGENDA Regular Meeting December 19, 2019 at 5:30 PM Legion Hall -McCall City Hall (Lower Level) 216 East Park Street 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 separatel y . Staff recommends approval of the following ACTION ITEMS : 1. City Council Regular Minutes -October 24 , 2019 (ACTION ITEM) 2. City Council Special Minutes -November 22 , 2019 (ACTION ITEM) 3. Payroll Report for period ending November 29 , 2019 (ACTION ITEM) 4. Clerk License Report (ACTION ITEM) 5. Warrant Register-GL (ACTION ITEM) 6. Warrant Register-Vendor (ACTION ITEM) V 1 7. AB 19-279 Request to accept the Treasurer's Report as Required by IC 50-208 (ACTION ITEM) ~ V~ 8. AB 19-278 Request for Approval of the FY19 Eidebailly Audit Engagement Letter (ACTION ITEM) ~ 9 . AB 19-285 Request to Approve the Letter of Additional Service #01-Repurpose of Existing McCall . Public Library with Humphries Poli (ACTION ITEM) \ I\.~, 10. AB 19-286 Request to Approve the Letter of Additional Service #02-Relocation of McCall Parks ~ _Y.. '\~ Department to the Central Idaho Historical Museum Site with Humphries Poli (ACTION ITEM) V tt-" 5:35 p.m. PUBLIC COMMENT pvJ.,[l0 t,, Yr~ 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. REPORT 5:40 p.m. AB 19-272 Environmental Advisory Committee Annual Report ;) L , 01 yYvfh t-f-p£r1 (/ D I; 1 .(_ y/-crV£e__ { U--, h l-C ~-S-c/JJJ-'lo . ~ .6,( U, v.l rt7e,vb(c(./ . / /1 ~ r,J-- ~ -r {I, J} {;:,uL . pvU r--< ..yv ~ ~·~~ Page 1 of2 CITY C O UNCIL A G ENDA December 19, 2 019 Regula r :00 p.m. A B 9-277 Request for Approval of Planned Unit Development General Plan (PUD-19-04), Subdivision Preliminary Plat (SUB-19-06), and Associated Development Agreement Amendment for River Ranch Phase 2 & 3 (ACTION ITEM) ~i t 7:00 p.rp. AB 19-274 Request to Adopt an Ordinance Updating McCall City Code Title 3 to include f l,vh~ prov isions for Interior and Exterior Airport Zones -CA-18-05 (ACTION ITEM) h_t-v-r'~ --Clos;\ ho,"?.-"'-[ -1.,_ /J...~ /1 -l-n j->T BUSINESS AGENDA 11k: f\ }h ' ~O p.m. AB 19-275 Request to Adopt Amended Ordinance 983 Updati ng McCall City Code Title 3 to o,t ~t:;v Include Provisions for Local Housing & Short-Term Rentals -CA-19-01 (ACTION ITEM) \/'\\ ~~ 8:20 p.m. AB 19-273 Request for Approval to Submit a US Bank Community Possible Grant Application for Downtown Public Artwork (ACTION ITEM) 8:10 p.m. AB 19-282 Request to Approve Consulting Services Agreement for Kittelson & Associat•~ess --~ ~JY'~ Highway 55 Crossing Analysis (ACTION ITEM) ~o-R... ~~AA 1 GoA'"':~ ~~ ~ 8:20 p.m. AB 19-276 Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Inventory Technical Assistance Program ..yf'-c/., ~ ~~ 1, 8:30 p.m. AB 19-271 Request to Approve the Grant Agreement with Blue Cross ofldaho Foundation for Health , Inc., Direct Staff to Work with the City Attorney to Draft Contracts with McCall- Donnell y High School and the McCall Outdoor Science School for Distribution of the Funds (ACTION ITEM) 8:45 p.m. AB 19-281 City Manager Evaluation Process (ACTION ITEM) 8:50 p.m. AB 19-283 Electronic Payment Discussion , Selection of Options , & Direction to Staff (ACTION ITEM) 9:05 p.m. AB 19-287 Summary of City Interactions Regarding 1101 Knowles Road also Known as the Seasons at McCall 9:15 p.m. Review the Upcoming Meetings Schedule 9:20 p.m. EXECUTIVE SESSION (ACTION ITEM) • Litigation pursuant to Idaho Code 74-206 (l)(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 imminentl y likely to be litigated . The mere presence of legal counsel at an executive session does not satisfy thi s requirement OPEN SESSION ADJOURNMENT American with Disabilities Act Notice: The City Council Meeting room is accessible to persons with disabilities. I/you need assistance, please contact City Hall at 634-7142 at least 48 hours prior to the meeting. CITY COUNCIL AGENDA December 19 , 20 19 Regu lar · Page 2 o/2 I MINUTES McCall City Council Regular Meeting McCall City Hall --Legion Hall October 24, 2019 Call to Order and Roll Call Pledge of Allegiance Approve the Agenda Consent Agenda Public Comment Work Session Public Hearing Business Agenda Adjournment !CALLTOORDERANDROLLCALL 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 Bill Nichols, City Attorney; BessieJo Wagner, City Clerk; Michelle Groenevelt, Community Development Director; Delta James, Economic Development Planner; Justin Williams , Police Chief; Nathan Stewart, Public Works Director Also , in attendance was Joe Eisenbrandt, Mountain Life Church & Assistance for Transients in Need (AFTIN); Meghan Conrad, Elam & Burke ; Rick Fereday, McCall Redevelopment Agency; Andrew Mentzer, West Central Mountains Economic Dev e lopment Council Mayor Aymon led the audience in the Pledge of Allegiance. I APPROVE THE AGENDA Council Member Nielsen moved to approve the amended agenda as submitted. Council Member Giles seconded the motion . In a roll call vote Council Member Nielsen, Council Member Giles, Mayor Aymon, and Council Member Sowers all voted aye and the motion carried. I 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 C O UNCIL October 24, 2019 Regu lar Meeting Page I of 10 I I I eouncil for reading and study . Items listed are considered routine by the Council and were enacted with one motion . 1. City Council Special Minutes -January 7, 2019 2. City Council Special Minutes -January 18 , 2019 3. City Council Regular Minutes -September 26 , 2 019 4. City Council Special Minutes -September 27 , 2 019 5. Payroll Report for period ending October 4, 2019 6. Clerk License Report 7 . Warrant Register -GL 8 . Warrant Reg ister -Vendor 9. AB 19-223 Request to accept the Treasurer's Report as Required by IC 50-208 : Treasurer's report of accounts and activity of office during the month of September 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. 10. AB 19-228 Ratify Mayor's Signature on Letter of Support for ITD Grant Funds on Behalf of Treasure Valley Transit: Treasure Valley Transit requested a letter of support from the City for their application to the Idaho Transportation Department for grant funds to support public transportation. The application was due October 18 , 2019. The Council has previous ly voiced a strong desire for public transportation funding by the state during the 2019 council retreat and during the FY20 budget process. Public transportation is also identified as a community goal in the McCall Area Comprehensive Plan. The Mayor signed the letter as requested on October 14, 2019. Motion: Ratify the Mayor 's signature on a letter of support for !TD grant funds on behalf of Treasure Valley Transit MCCALL CITY COUNCIL October 24, 2019 Regular Mee ting Page 2 of 10 McDonough for Hangar 550: Th e new owners of Hangar 522, Joseph F. McDonou gh & Anne E. McDonough have requested a new lease. The purchaser ha s been provided with a cop y of the proposed lease, cu rrent A irp ort Rul es and R eg ulati ons, and A irport M inimum Stand ard s. T he a e rate is .301 e square oo or a 1512 s . ft. e Id 4~4. :00). Thi s is a non-commercial han gar a nd as s uc h was not required to m eet th e A irp ort A d viso ry Co mmittee. Once app rove d, the City C lerk w ill record the document, an d kee a co p y for the City 's records. e e e 200 --action e -a of hi-s proe ss. Motion: Approve termination of the existing lease with Paul Schaetzel & Laurie Birch a nd subsequently approve the new lease with Jo seph F. McDonough & Anne E. McDonough for Hang ar 550 and authorize the Mayor to sign a ll necessary do cum ents. Council Member Giles moved to approve the Consent Agenda as amended to remove the Warrant Registers . 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 ay e and the motion carried . Council Member Nielsen moved to approve the Warrant Register amended with the removal of the checks to John Olesniewicz and Eva Prince. 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. I PUBLIC COMMENT Mayor Aymon called for public comment at 5:34 p.m. Hearing no comments, May or Aymon closed the comment period . I WORK SESSION AB 19-225 Joe Eisenbrandt from Assistance for Transients in Need (AFTIN), Will Give an Regarding the AFTIN Assistance Program and Page 3 of 10 I I I PUBLIC HEARING AB 19-221 Request to Adopt an Ordinance Establi s hing a New Urban Renewal District Plan -Downtown West Ma y or Ay mon opened the public hearing at 5:57 p.m. MCCA LL CITY C OUNCIL October 2 4, 2019 Regular Mee ti ng Page 4 of 10 I r ty. Ms. Conrad briefly explained each section of the plan covering the description of the project area, proposed redevelopment actions, uses permitted in the project area, methods of financing , maintenance of public improvements, enforcement, duration of the plan, termination, and asset review, severability, and the annual report and other reporting requirements. Andrew Mentzer, 13980 Turner Road and of the McCall West Centra l Mountains Economic Development Counci l, is in r o rban el'feW, I. He feels it is a step in the right direction to manage growth and appreciates the work done by staff and the City to move this forward. ra ctdres-secl Mr. R:u sell ' ee>n rn regardin the leg-ali ap. She stated the map was distri uted and approve y the State Tax Commission 's G epartment. Community & Economic Development Director Michelle Groenevelt stated the map was sent to the Star News who submitted back a proof, but staff had no way of knowing the scale the newspaper is going to use. The notice also includes verbiage informing the public the map and documents were available at City Hall if anyone wanted to review it. No written public comment was submitted. Only a couple people came to City Hall to see the documents and ask questions. Mayor Aymon closed the public hearing at 6:26 p.m. M CCALL CITY C O UNCIL Oct ober 24, 2019 Regular M ee tin g Page 5 of 10 Co _ a s v r ting ook i-ng at nes ,p H e d oes not be li eve the pl a n is p erfect bu t s upport s th e new di stri ct as it is because overall is a go od pl an . He co mm e nted t hat th ere are other too ls be in g use d in ord er to address local ho usin g. Co uncil Member Sower s agreed that th e overa ll plan is goo d. T he re we re a few p ieces identified t hat need more atte nti on bu t those w ill be add resse d as t he p lan m oves forward. Ms. Co nrad exp lai ned t he effect s t o th e tax base whe n am endi ng a p la n a nd po inted o ut t he except io ns a ll owed by th e statue. Co un ci l Memb e r N ie lsen state d th at he lp ed in a nswerin g hi s questi o ns. Council Member Giles mo v ed to susp end the rules and read by title only one-time only Ordinance N o 982. Council Member Sowers seconded the motion. In a roll ca ll v ote Council Member Giles , Council Member Sowers , May or Ay mon, and Council M e mber Niel sen all voted ay e and the motion carried. City Clerk B essieJo Wagner read Ordinance No .982: A n Ord inan ce of the C ity Cou nc il of th e C ity Of McCa ll , Idaho , app rov in g the Ur ban R enewal P la n for th e Down town West U rban R enewal P roj ect, w hich Pl an incl ud es R even ue A ll ocatio n Fi nanc ing P rovis ions; A uth ori z in g the City C lerk t o tra ns mit a copy of thi s Ordin an ce and Other R equired In fo rm atio n to Co un ty a nd State Offi c ia ls a nd Oth e r Taxin g E nti t ies; P rov idi ng severability , co di ficati on, p ubl icati on by summ ary; an d es ta bli shin g an effecti ve date. Council M ember N ielsen asked how many votes were necessary to adopt th e ordinan ce and City A ttorn ey N ichols s tated it takes three. Council Memb er Sowers mo ved to adopt Ordinance N o.982 es tabli s hing the urban renewal plan for the downtown west urban renewal project, which plan includes re v enue allocation financing prov isions, approv e the publication of th e s umma ry, and authorize the May or to sign all necessary documents. Council Member Giles seconded the motion . In a roll call v ote Council Member Sowers , Council Member Giles , and Mayor Ay mon all voted ay e, Council Member Nielsen v oted no , and the motion carri ed. I BUSINESS AGENDA M CCA LL CI TY C O UNCIL Octo ber 24, 2019 Regular Mee ting P age 6 of 10 I on May 10, 1990, and the current Urban Renewal District encompasses the areas from 3rd Street running a long the lake shore out to Roosevelt and Dav is Streets down to Lick Creek Road. Council Member Nie lsen ha s real ly appreciated serving on the MRA Board and thanked Mr. Fereday for hi s leadership on the Board . Council Member Giles agreed Mr. Fereday 's skills as a leader were a great asset for the s ucce ss of the district. AB 19-227 Request for Approva l to Submit a Transportation Alternatives Grant application for 1st Street Pedestrian Improvements Council Member Giles moved to approve submittal of a Transportation Alternatives Program grant application and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. Council Member Nilsen 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. MCCALL CITY C O UNCIL Octo ber 24, 2019 Regular Meeting Page 7 of 10 o'ffltime::OOSfs:ru;soc.i A -....,=- If approved for th e equipm e nt funding at the e nd of th e gra nt period , the McCall Police Department w ill purchase traffi c enforcement re late d eq uipment. T he dollar amount earned thro ug h the grant wi ll be determine by th e actual eq uipm ent purchased. C urrently the department is testing out body ca meras as the equ ipment to be purchased. Staff answered que st ions abo ut the bod y cameras an d what kind of equipment ca n be purchase d . T he grants cover both equi pment and overtim e for event s . Council Member Nielsen moved to approve Submission of the Idaho Transportation Department-Office of Highway Safety FY20 Traffic Enforcement Grant Project Agreement (TEGPA) application and authorize the May or to sign all necessary documents. Council Member Sowers seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Nielsen, Council Member Sowers, Mayor Ay mon, and Council Me mber Giles all voted aye and the motion carried. • L ifetim e Taho m a Kayak, se ri a l number IDl 7005CC • Diamondback Wildwood , seria l number 09B0000567 • Trek 4500 , se ri a l number WTU324C1131B • Spec ial ized Rockhopper, serial number M2BZ49673 • F uji Nevad a , serial numb er FJ097IC0223K • Mongoose Outerlimits, serial number FS Dl 1D T2 176 • Mongoose BMX, seria l number FSD16B5822l M CCA LL CI TY C O UNCIL Octob er 24, 2019 Regular M ee ting Page 8 of 10 Council Member Nielsen moved to approve the McCall Police Department's and Parks and Recreation's requests to convert six bicy cles and one kayak to City use for the Parks and Recreation Check-Out Program. Council Member Giles seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Nielsen, Council Member Giles, Mayor Aymon, and Council Member Sowers all voted aye and the motion carried . MCCALL CI TY COUNCIL October 24, 2019 Regular Meeting Page 9 of IO Staff clarified that the Parks Department was being relocated to the Historical Museum, and there was additional discussion to clarify what parcels will be rezoned, the issues of structures crossing over property lines , and the importance of following the City code and fixing the existing use. Council Member Sowers feels rezoning is the answer but had questions about rezoning it later. Public Works Director Stewart responded stating that space has been a challenge and he has received requests for other departments to be accommodated there as well. Recently , a consultant group has been retained and those challenges have b een presented to them as they work through the Master Plan. h il he · e · ta.re tb~e ,~· ... ...----,..,,1.. aintam· staff to commence the application submittal process for rezoning parcels associated with the existing Public Works Facility from current zoning to Civic 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. Upcoming Meetings Schedule Discussion Council discussed upcoming meetings. Parks & Recreation and Public Works Facilities planning discussion was set for the December 20 special work session. The Council will look at possible options of rehoming both departments, go over the Public Works Facility Study, and have GIS present all City owned property . I ADJOURNMENT Without further business, Mayor Aymon adjourned the meeting at 7:28 p.m. ATTEST: BessieJo Wagner, City Clerk M C CALL CITY CO UNCIL October 24, 2019 Regular Mee tin g Jackie J. Aymon, Mayor Page 10 of JO I MINUTES egion Hall Call to Order and Roll Call Work Session Adjo urnm ent !CALLTOORDERANDROLLCALL 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, C ity Manager ; BessieJo Wagner, City Clerk; Erin Greaves , Communi cations Manager; L ind a Stokes , City Treasurer; Kurt Wolf, Parks and Recreation Director; John Powell , Building Official; Meg Lojek, Library Director; Chris Curtin , Information Systems Manager Also , in attendance were : Dennis Humphries , Humphries Poli Architects; Anna Sparre ll and Dominick Fery , CM Comp an y ; Amy Rush , Campaign Coordin ator ; Christian Anderson , Zions Bank; Lynn Lewin sky, Library Board of Trustees Dennis Humphries of Humphries Poli Architects presented th e updated design plans and budget considerations with the construction management team , CM Company . iiareo ffie re ib t ary design ano 1st sta e of the cam us n. He gave a bri ef hi story of how the p roject has arrive at w -e re if is tod ay. He spoke about the community input and the valu es-based process . Next, he went over the materials to be used , the floor plans of the new Library space , e levations , perspectives, and the intent of the timber constructi o n design . Mr. Humphries shared that the MCCA LL CITY C OUNCIL Nove mber 22,2 019 Sp ecia l Mee ting I P age I of 4 I I The Council MCCALL CITY COUNCIL Nove mb er 22 ,2019 Special Meeting an overview of the mechanics of the e Page 2 of 4 I IC.u..._..,g.y..J.Ll,~~~~-""-lli~ building more sustainable. ~ er' . e,\-~ ~ _Mi_C_C_'A_L_L_C_'JT_Y_C_O_UN-CJ_L ________________________ Pa_g_e_3_o_if_4 ·:;, ,/' No vemb er 22 ,2019 Sp ecial M ee ting '{I '( '\;\ \)\J' ~ - pose p ro blem s. An ma he co tis o o ·ng g wi ti . She und erstand s there is a lot of work to be accom pli s hed to make the May 2020 ba llot. Ms. Rush s hared the fund raising efforts wi ll co ntinue thro ughout the bond process and w ill co ntinu e after th e bond passes for the large d o nati ons . She explained th e do wnsi de of co ntinuing a public campaign for small er donations . Mr. Ande rson answered questions abo ut accepting a large donation to be put toward the bo nd as a pay down and exp la in ed how that can be accom pli shed . Library Director Loj ek answered question s regardin g the plan if the bond fail s explaining it depends on by how mu ch it fai ls. The plan wo uld be to try again but if the bond loses by a large amo unt , th e goa l wo uld be to scale back the project. It woul d also depend on the amo unt brought in by the fundraising efforts . Li brary Board of Trustees Mem ber Lynn Lewinsky fee ls there is a great need to e nla rge th e fac ili ty for th e co mmuni ty and the Library Board wou ld like to see the project move forward however it can be acco mpli s hed. I ADJOURNMENT Without further business, Mayor Aymon adjourned the meeting at 10:53 a.m. ATTEST: BessieJo Wagner, C ity C lerk M CCA LL CI TY C OUNCIL Nove mb er 22 ,2019 Sp ecial M ee ting Jackie J. Aymon, May or Page 4 of 4 I McCALL CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL Number Meeting Date AB 19-278 December 19, 2019 216 East Park Street McCall, Idaho 83638 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Request for Approval of the FYJ9 Eidebailly Audit Engagement Letter COST IMPACT: FUNDING SOURCE: TIMELINE: Estimated fee of $52,000 Annual Audit, $6 ,000 Single Audit for one major program , and $4,000 each additional program (No sin le audit is re uired for FYI 9 FY20 Approved Budget ASAP SUMMARY STATEMENT: RECOMMENDED ACTION: Originator Department Appro vals Initials or Su orter Originator Golf Co urse Parks and Recreation Ai ort Library Information S stems Grant Coordinator Approve the engagement letter from Eidebailly for the FYI 9 Audit and authorize the Mayor to sign all nec essary documents. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION December 11, 2019 To the Members of City Council City of McCall, Idaho McCall, Idaho Our Responsibilities ~ ...... >>~ EideBaill~ ~ CPAs & BUSINESS ADVISORS Our responsibility as it relates to the schedule of expenditures of federal awards is to evaluate its presentation for the purpose of forming and expressing an opinion as to whether the information is fairly stated in all material respects in relation to the financial statements as a whole, when applicable~ Planned Scope of the Audit Our audit will include obtaining an understanding of the entity and its environment, including its internal control, sufficient to assess the risks of material misstatement of the financial statements and as a basis for designing the nature, timing, and extent of further audit procedures. However, we will communicate to you at the conclusion of our audit, significant matters that are relevant to your responsibilities in overseeing the financial reporting process, including any material weaknesses , significant deficiencies , and violation of laws or regulations that come to our attention . What inspires you, inspires us. I eidebailly.com 8 77 W. Main St., Ste. 800 I Bo ise , ID 83 702-5858 I T 208 .344.7150 I F 208.344.7435 I EOE This information is intended solely for the information and use of the Members of City Council and is not intended to be and should not be used by anyone other than these specified parties. Respectfully , ~~.iLf' Boise , Idaho 2 Dec e mber 11, 20 19 City of M cCa II 216 East Park Street McCall , Idaho 83638 ~ ..... >>~ EideBaill~ ~ CPAs & BUSINESS ADVISORS Schedule of Expenditures of Federal Awards What inspires you, insp ires us. I eidebailly.com 877 W. Main St., Ste. 800 I Baise , ID 83 702-585 8 I T 208 .344.7 150 I F 208 .344.74 35 I EOE 1 Data Collection Form The Data Collection Form is required to be submitted within the earlier of 30 days after receipt of our auditors ' reports or nine months after the end of the audit period, unless specifically waived by a federal cognizant or oversight agency for audits. Data Collection Forms submitted untimely are one of the factors in assessing programs at a higher risk. Audit of the Financial Statements audi in accordance.cwitl"l-auditing standard genera ~ accept -----.,,.,....,..--.J men a ( .. GAAS), the stanaards applicable to financial audits contained in av~mmentAuditing $tandar-. s, issued by the Comptroller General of the United States of America; the audit requirements otTitle 2 0. . ode of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 200, Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards (Uniform Guidance). Those standards and the Uniform Guidance require that e pla-n and perform the-audit to obtatn Feasanaele ass.urnnee bou whether"the-1>as-ie financial statement are free'from-materta misstatemen t. An audit invo ves performing procedures to obtain au it evi ence a out t e amounts and disclosures in the financial statements. The procedures selected depend on the auditor's judgment, including the assessment of the risks of material misstatement of the financial statements, whether due to fraud or error, fraudulent financial reporting, misappropriation of assets, or violations of laws, governmental regulations, grant agreements, or contractual agreements. h -,, .. -,.i.-.7'1,,..s"i__.f!lei(v_~aluaUng e appropl'.'iateness ot ccounting po icies si nficant acc_oii]lting__estlmates..made]j¥ anage e , as well--as evahratin fi ancial s e s. If appropriate , our procedures will t erefore include tests of documentary evidence that pport the transactions recorded in the accounts , tests of the physical existence of inventories, and direct confirmation of cash, investments, and certain other assets and liabilities by correspondence with creditors and financial institutions. As part of our audit process, we will request written representations from your attorneys, and they may bill you for responding. At the conclusion of our audit, we will also request certain written representations from you about the financial statements and related matters . Because of the inherent limitations of an audit, together with the inherent limitations of internal control , an unavoidable risk that some material misstatements or noncompliance (whether caused by errors, fraudulent financial reporting, misappropriation of assets , detected abuse, or violations of laws or governmental regulations) may not be detected exists, even though the audit is properly planned and performed in accordance with U.S. GAAS and Government Auditing Standards of the Comptroller General of the United States of America. Please note that the determination of abuse is subjective, and Government Auditing Standards does not require auditors to detect abuse. 2 In making our risk assessments , we consider internal control relevant to the entity's preparation and fair presentation of the financial statements in order to design audit procedures that are appropriate in the circumstances, but not for the purpose of expressing an opinion on the effectiveness of the entity's internal control. However, we will communicate to you in writing concerning any significant deficiencies or material weaknesses in internal control relevant to the audit of the financial statements that we have identified during the audit. Our responsibility as auditors is limited to the period covered by our audit and does not extend to any other periods. We will issue a written report upon completion of our audit of City of McCall's basic financial statements. Our report will be addressed to the governing body of City of McCall. We cannot provide assurance that any unmodified opinions will be expressed . Circumstances may arise in which it is necessary for us to modify our opinions, add an emphasis -of-matter or other-matter paragraph(s), or withdraw from the engagement. In accordance with the requirements of Government Auditing Standards, we will also issue a written report describing the scope of our testing over internal control over financial reporting and over compliance with laws , regulations , and provisions of grants and contracts , including the results of that testing. However, providing an opinion on internal control and compliance over financial reporting will not be an objective of the audit and, therefore, no such opinion will be expressed . Audit of Major Program Compliance Our audit of City of McCall's major federal award program(s) compliance will be conducted in accordance with the requirements of the Single Audit Act, as amended; and the Uniform Guidance and will include tests of accounting records , a determination of major programs in accordance with the Uniform Guidance, and other procedures we consider necessary to enable us to express such an opinion on major federal award program compliance and to render the required reports . We cannot provide assurance that an unmodified opinion on compliance will be expressed. Circumstances may arise in which it is necessary for us to modify our opinion or withdraw from the engagement. The Uniform Guidance requires that we also plan and perform the audit to obtain reasonable assurance about whether the entity has complied with applicable laws and regulations and the provisions of contracts and grant agreements applicable to major federal award programs . Our procedures will consist of determining major federal programs and performing the applicable procedures described in the U.S . Office of Management and Budget 0MB Compliance Supplement for the types of compliance requ irements that could have a direct and material effect on each of the entity's major programs. The purpose of those procedures will be to express an opinion on the entity's compliance with requirements applicable to each of its major programs in our report on compliance issued pursuant to the Uniform Guidance. Also , as required by the Uniform Guidance , we will perform tests of controls to evaluate the effectiveness of the design and operation of controls that we consider relevant to preventing or detecting material noncompliance with compliance requirements applicable to each ofthe entity's majorfederal award programs. However, our tests will be less in scope than would be necessary to render an opinion on these controls and , accordingly, no opinion will be expressed in our report. We will issue a report on compliance that will include an opinion or disclaimer of opinion regarding the entity's major federal award programs, and a report on internal controls over compliance that will report any significant deficiencies and material weaknesses identified ; however, such report will not express an opinion on internal control. 3 McCALL CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL Number Meeting Date AB 19-285 December 19, 2019 216 East Park Street McCall, Idaho 83638 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Originator Department Approvals Initials or Su orter Request to Approve th =-~--f:I,,_.,,__.._,~· Ori inator Treasurer Golf Course COST IMPACT: $64,400 Parks and Recreation FUNDING Capital Improvement Funds Ai ort SOURCE: Library TI MELINE: ASAP Information S stems Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT: RECOMMENDED ACTION: Approve the Letter of Additional Services #01 with Humphries Poli and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION 11 /22/2019 Co un ci l direction to staff to move forward with Library Expansion project including the repurpo se of the exi sting Library to a Citizen 's Hall , Recreation storefront and shared stora e. HUM PHRIIS POLI AIICNIDCl'S RATIO Architecture Preservation Interior Design landscape Architecture Urban Design + Planning Graphic Design 02 December 2019 Ms . Anette Spickard , City Manager City of McCall 216 East Park Street McCall , ID 83638 R : tetter-of-Atfdit!onal Service #01-Repurpose ofExisting McCall Public Library Dear Ms. Spickard : The scope of work of this Additional Services #01 is scope includes tnlGwral nd ject. The intended scope includes the interior finishes as necessary, recladding the exterior of the building, additional windows as required, and the design of a new entry vestibule on the west side of the building. We also understand this scope of work will extend the project schedule by approximately four (4) months . We understand CM Company will continue to be the CM/GC for this project proposed to be completed after the completion of the new 12 ,000 sf library . CM Company has estimated the construction cost of the repurposing of the existing library to be approximately $805 ,000 . We further understand the McCall City Council directed the design team to proceed to inc lude the scope of this work as part of the new McCall Public Library design and construction administration . Senices Not Included The following services are not included in th is Additional Serv ice and if required would be negotiated on an as-needed basis : • Design services for work b8'fond that listed above . • Identification of and services associated with the remova l of hazardous materials . • Detailed Cost Estimating. RAT10d•sign .com HPAlch.com 1655 Grant Street Denver, Colorado 80203 303.607.CXMO Indianapolis, IN Champaign, IL Rale;gh, NC O,icago, IL Demer. CO Affi liatos : RATIO State,. LLC I RATIO States -NC. PLLC I RA TI O Architect, of Ohio, LLC I ,mdp, LLC City of McCall , ID Page 2 December 1, 2019 Compensation for Professional Services Fees for the scope of work as described above shall be a lump sum of $64 ,400 .00 . This add itional fee will be billed on a monthly basis on a percentage complete basis . These additional fees are distributed by phase in the following manner: Schematic Design Design Development Construction Documents Construction Administration Total In addition , re imbursable expenses for such things as travel, copies , postage/delivery , etc. will be invoiced at cost plus 10%. We estimate an allocation of $4 ,500 .00 not included in the above fees . Aueement We understand the remaining terms of the Architect Ag reement with the City of McCall for this Project dated 01 April 2019 will remain in force except for this add itional scope and fee . Please indicate your acceptance to the fees and scope of work for this addi tional service by signing below and returning one copy to my attention . Sincerely , Ratio I HPA Dennis Humphries , AIA Principal Accepted by : Date : BLANK PAGE McCALL CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL 216 East Park Street McCall, Idaho 83638 Number Meeting Date SUBJECT: COST IMPACT: FUNDING SOURCE: TIMELINE: AB 19-286 December 19, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION $72,000 Capital Improvement Funds Tourism Local Option Tax Ci Mana er Professional Services Bud et ASAP Department Approvals Treasurer Public Works Golf Course Parks and Recreation Ai ort Library Information S stems Grant Coordinator Originator Initials or Su orter Ori inator SUMMARY STATEMENT: Attached is a Letter of Additional Services with Humphries Poli to provide the addit ional design and engineering services for the relocation of the Parks department to the Central Idaho Historical Museum. This scope of work and letter has been reviewed by City staff and the City Attorney. RECOMMENDED ACTION: Approve the Letter of Additional Services #02 with Humphries Poli and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETINGDATE ACTION 11 /29 /2018 11/22/2019 Council identified Central Idaho Museum Site as preferred lo cation for new Parks Maintenance Facili Co un cil direction to staff to move forward with Library Expansion project and Parks de artment relocation HUM PNRIES POLI AIICNnlCU RATIO Architecture l'rflerYotion lntwrior Design Landscape Architecture Urban Design + Planning Graphic Design 02 December 2019 Ms . Anette Spickard , City Manager City of McCall 216 East Park Street McCall , ID 83638 RE: L,etter-of-Additionaf-Servlte--ffl -ftelocation af: Dear Ms . Spickard: Scope of Services RATIOdesign .c:om HPArch .com 1655 Grant Street Oerwer, Colomdo 80203 303.607.0040 Indianapolis, IN Champoign, IL Raleigh, NC Chicago, IL O.nve~ CO A/filiotos : RA TIO State,, LLC I RA TIO States -NC, PLLC I RA TIO Atchitoch of Ohio, LLC I smdp, LLC ' ' ;, City of McCall , ID Page 2 December 5, 2019 The scope of work of this Additional Services #02 is to provide design and engineering services associated with the above program . The scope includes civil enaineerina. structw'al en&illiil'in&, la11d apt ere~ iiiiWf!lcilllld llctiicil id!' tural ~ tD com lllt ject. We understand1tie McCall City Council directed the design team proceed to include the scope of work of the Parks Department in ttie proposed City Bond initiative scheduled for May 2020 . It is intended the design to be completed 100% Construction Document level prior to the Bond Initiative in order the project might be "shovel ready " to minimize delay of the new library construction . We understand C i:ii11 continue.to be tlle CM,«;C foe ts t We initially estimate the construction cost of the above scope of work to be approximate~ $600,000. Services Not Included The following services are not included in this Additional Service and if required would be negotiated on an as -needed basis : • Design services for work beyond that listed above . • Identification of and services assoc iated with the removal of hazardous materials. • Detailed Cost Estimating . Compensation for Professional Services Fees for the scope of work as described above shall be a lump sum of $72 ,000 .00 . This additional fee will be billed on a month~ basis on a percentage complete basis . These additional fees are distributed by phase in the following manner: Schematic Design Design Development Construction Documents Construction Administration Total $10 ,800 .00 $14 ,400 .00 $28 ,800 00 $18 000,00 02. ' In addition, re imbursable expenses for such things as travel , cop ies , postage/delivery, etc . will be invo iced at cost plus 10%. We estimate an allocation of $5 ,000 .00 not included in the above fees . Agreement We understand the remaining terms of the Architect Agreement with the City of Mccall for this Project dated 01 April 2019 will remain in force except for this additional scope and fee. Please indicate your acceptance to the fees and scope of work for this additional service by signing below and returning one copy to my attention . Sincerelv . ~~A Ratio I HPA Dennis Humphries, AIA Principal Accepted by : Date : BLA NK PAGE McCALL CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL 216 East Park Street McCall, Idaho 83638 Number Meeting Date: AB 19-272 December 19, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Department Approvals Environmental Advisory Committee Annual Ma yor/ Counci l Report City Manager Clerk Trea surer Originator Initials or Suooorter ~~ Community Development ' 1Z<,v70H--Police Department ~LLJlv~ f,J,l-ie--·-Publi c Works ,/(, • t'I Golf Cour se COST IMPACT: n/a / r ~ Park s and Recreation TW Originator FUNDING n/a ( A-z_U Airport SOURCE: tJ , _/1 ,./ 1 Library TIMELINE: December 19 , 2019 I , ~: I Information Svstems Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT: A representative from the Environmental Advisory Committee (EAC) will present their Committee 's annual report. The mission of the Environmenta l Adv isory Committee to the City of McCall is to identify and promote a uni fying policy of objectives for environmental stewardship and sustainab ility across all city departments and for the ultimate benefit of the community. The Committee shal l cons ist of five (5) voting members appointed by the City Co uncil. The term of office for each appointive member shall be three (3) years. Each member may serve no more than 2 consecutive terms. The EAC Annual Report for 2019 is attached. lJ•t,-(,J {1/q . r=f s~ S{,,t_f? porl-- '? (..J -t,~ ~n ~ 1:)--Sl , RECOMMENDED ACTION: r s~~vr--oti. I~ s-J-,r-.Jes ~ r r:t~ /Y'A rf_ None -Information Only r eA:--C.) G {'-( (_1-7 ~"? I J.( '. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION a, bot-f-I YIU' h v( / ~ r-( V--1 P"..,-{-vi -+ti C Slv~~-'j OC>Vrw--Jk-r. vn t~b,.,'6 Cf w~~ c ~Vrf-" A, ( 1 i...f vi r ~ \J~ Jt~ l I/ \ ti ~v' 9J'( y ~({? \ ~ 1/ ~t) .r ______ ...._ McCall Environmental Advisory Committee 2019 Annual Report City of McCall 2019 Accomplishments A. Arbor and Earth Day Celebration EAC worked with the Parks and Recreation Department and Franz Witte to expand the annual Arbor Day festival to include a focus on Earth Day. EAC helped to recruit exhibitors who promoted environmental education and awareness to expand the event. As in the previous year, exhibitors were requested to not provide plastic promotional items. The event continues to be a success and drew a large crowd. For Earth Day, EA:C partnered w1tn Craig Utte from the Payette Land Trust to show the short documentary film O the &houlder-s frm as well as hold a panel discussion with representatives from the Payette Land Trust, Idaho Conservation League, and West Central Mountains Economic Development Committee. The focus of the film and panel discussion was private land conservation and value conservation has in Valley County. The event was hosted by EAC at the McCall Community Center; only 15 in attendance. B. Summer Break and Membership Future Projects & Ideas ~ presented to City Council in October 2018. report have occurred. and t ~ Y We believe that this lack of collaboration is, in part, due to the lack · :tio · a \f' \.1'! eafi ·~ r t. For example, other committees, such as the Golf Committee, Parks r/'' & Recreation Committee, Planning and Zoning Committee, h ave a direct relationship with specific City-run facilities or specific departments. ~ .i • Goal 1: Preserve, enhance, and celebrate Payette Lake and surrounding adjacent property as the "crown jewel." Goal 2: Improve and protect the water quality of Payette Lake Goal 3 : Promote, encourage, and maintain the highest standards for air quality. Goal 4: Protect neighborhoods and commercial areas from detrimental noise pollution. Goal 5: Protect the night sky from light pollution in order to preserve the area's rural character. Goal 6: Conse ~e significan natural are s and encourage the creation of new natural areas that increase the variety and quantity: 0£ fish ana wildlffe iliroughoutt urban area in a manner compatible with other urban development and activities. Goal 7: Embrace and practice sustainable government and community development that promote M-cGall as a grnen community. For this goal, sustainability refers to meeting the needs of the present w ithout compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs. Goal 8: Maint-ain and iru=r=e=a-=-s ~-~{l~G~a-Till~' ~u'.".".F:.:ea:-:a~n"~c::o-=F-=-es:-::t~a~s~1=~====~~:--:::,_ B. Wee Pull Day: EAC intends to work with the City of McCall and Valley County to expand the" 11 TGget r" noxious weed pull day. The City's 2018 noxious weed efforts were success u m educating the public about problems and distributing herbicide to residents and landowners to use on private property. EAC plans to work with the City to identify high-priority areas on public land where hand pulling would be appropriate or herbicide use is not recommended and involve residents and community groups to do the pulling. EAC would also like to reach out to Homeowners Associations to promote a weed pull day in early June 2019. C. Aro or Day: EAC will again work with the Parks and Recreation Department and Franz Witte, to expand the event with more exhibitors to provide educational opportunities and promote environmental conservation. D. Eartn Day Ev nt: The EAC would like to host an Earth Day event on Earth Day, Wednesday, April 22. McCALL CITY COUNCIL qb/ L -i/ ·e-,tn ( AGENDA BILL r 0 c 1-+f-) " 216 East Park Street McCall, Idaho 83638 Number Meeting Date AB 19-277 December 19, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Request for Approval of Planned Unit Development General Plan (PUD-19-04), Subdivision Preliminary Plat (SUB-19-06), and Associated Development Agreement Amendment PUBLIC HEARING COST IMPACT: N I A FUNDING N I A SOURCE: TIMELINE: N I A SUMMARY STATEMENT: Department Approvals Clerk Treasurer Public Works Go lf Course Parks and Recreation Ai ort Library Information S stems Grant Coordinator Initials Attached are the staff report , findings, Development Agreement, and app li cat ion materials. L/,r/ {-,__e,-' 2-J 3 RECOMMENDED ACTION: 1. Cond u ct the Public Hearing Originator or Su orter 2 . Approve the Find in gs of Fact, Conclusions of Law, Decision documents for PUD-19-04 , SUB-19- 06 , the assoc iated Amendment to the Development Agreement, and a uth orize the Mayor to sign a ll necessary documents. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION Appl icant: Agent: McCall City Council Staff Report PUD-19-04, SUB-19-06, Development Agreement River Ran ch Phase 2 & 3 December 19, 2019 McCall River Ran ch Compan y Amy Pemberton Application: Planned Unit Development General Plan , Subdivision Preliminary Plat, Development Agreement Amendment Zoning : RE -Residential Estate Description The project will comply with the RE zoning requirements, except-variations ollowing: 1. 2 . 3. The applicant is proposing to restrict certain Phase :2. lots to smaller mes , therefore the applicant proposes a s'de setl:>acl< of 20.]f. instead of tbe..30..ft . pm 'ded under the City Code , for Phase 2 Lots 48, 48A, , 49A, 50 , 50A, 57 , 57A , 58, and 58A. The balance of the setbacks for Phases 2 & 3 would comply with City Code . McCall City Council Staff Report PUD -19-04, SUB -19-06: River Ra nch Phase 2 & 3 Page 1 of 11 December 19, 2019 4. approval : McCall City Council Staff Report PUD-19-04, SUB -19-06: River Ranc h Phase 2 & 3 Page 2 of 11 December 19, 2019 1-ra•lrr,.ad ra:_de is alre~dy existing an work from the applicant. 2. Prior to August 31 , 2020 , River Ranch will cut bac k the grass along the paved portion of the path w ay adjacent to M ission St r eet. 3. More appropriate signage will be installed that will designate the public pathway route, such signage to be approved by the Park s & Rec Directo r prior to installat ion . Design Guidelines. The applicant adopted their Design Guidelines in 2005 when the first plat was recorded i n River Ranch. Section 3.16.02 of the McCall City Code authorizes the Planning and Zoning Commission to review and approve Design Guidelines for the subdivision , which are then utilized by the subdivision and alleviates the requirement to proceed w ith the City Design Review proce ss. The applicant requests that the Plann i ng and Zon i ng Commission approve the Design Guidelines for this purpose. The De sign Guidelines are described in detail w it hin the Subd iv ision Findings . There is an ex isting development agreement for the River Ranch subdivision . A proposed Second Amendment to De velopment Ag r eement ha s been provided to addre ss the follow i ng issues : a. To update the existing Development Agreement to refer to the McCall River Ranch Company as the current owne r of the project; and , To update the legal description to i nclude the prev iously platted port ions of River Ranch as well as proposed Phases 2 & 3; and, fo-u:m;j ate-the existing l:l v ti prtrent -A greemen t-r ega~djng patbways,.-and prov rd h athwa 'iffl rnvement n 11all satl sfy any parks [equ1 r.ement;--aim, To clarify that the current zoning designation is RE instead of R-5; and , To update Exhibit B with a revi sed preliminary plat for Phase 2 & 3; and , To delete prior language stating that commen ceme nt of construction is at the develope r's Code Narrative M cCall City Co uncil Staff Repo rt PUD -19-04, SUB-19-06: River Ranch Phase 2 & 3 Page 3 of 11 December 19, 2019 (A) ermit gr:eater: flexi6mty..ana , o se_q entl , or:e ueative desigrr-fo r developmenrthan genera11y is p:ossrbte uaaer conventional zoning regulations . * J y (B) ltelai -d Qreser:ve-natural scenic c:iu-alitie and topographic features of opeil spaces , prQlnote () y/J'. aesthetics ; prevent disruption of natural drainage patterns . ii (C) Promote the creation and ff-icien use of, e and (D) Provide a nergfi6grfigo(i Elevelo13men and a higher level of urban amenities . Agency- Central District Health Department (CDHD) In a review letter dated August 29, 2019 , CDHD stated an application, full engineering report, ground water data, and soils data will be required before they can provide comments on the proposed development. McCall Fire In an email dated August 29 , 2019, McCall Fire stated that in the it :a:t:teu~tni lY will need to have--a-mean-s.-0f eme~ enGy 0peratien ~er 2.Q H i ~ntemational-Fir Code 503 .6 . The district will require an SOS siren activator be installed o any security gates . County Cadastral In an emai l dated September 4, 2019, the County Cadastral Specialist requested that the app l icant review the proposed boundary description for River Ranch Phase 2. Payette Lakes Recreational Water and Sewer District (PLRWSD) This application was distributed to the sewer district more than thirty (30) days prior to the October 1, 2019 McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commi ss ion meeting. n~n emaiLdate.a S.eptember: a., 2019 he ) ewe <:fistri et-stated-they had no comments n the ai:wlication . .,-WW J.~o ~vJ' (Y'-e.vvv _ Idaho Transportation Department (ITD) M cCall City Co un cil Staff Report PUD -19-0 4, SUB -19-06: River Ra nch Phase 2 & 3 Page 4 of 11 December 19, 2019 /ounty Surveyor In an email dated October 28, 2019, the County Surveyor stated they had no comments on the application at this time. McCall City Engineer In a review letter dated October 28, 2019, the McCall City Engineer stated the following : Utilities : 3. A water line ex ists in the alignment of the cul-de -sac road that will serve proposed Lots 59 -65 of Phase 3 . A looped section of water main may be required to connect from the cul-de-sac back into Rawhide Loop Road, depending upon Fire Department and/or water demandLfire flow modeling requirements see Item No. 2, above). T e e isting sectioR of l ine ·n the cul -de-sac has ot et l:5een accepted by the City . 4 . Water service capitalization and connection fees shall be due at the time that individual bail ing ermit-s are pulled for each par:cel. 5. a. The draft easement document shall be reviewed and approved by the City prior to recording. b. The recorded easement instrument number shall be provided on the final plat. c. The City shall be provided unfettered ingress to and egress from the subdivision for continued maintenance and operation, and/or replacement of the water system . 6. Fire hydrants shall be kept clear of snow and other obstructions (fences, landscape, trees , etc.) at all times. Grading, Drainage, and Erosion Control : 1. McCall City Council St aff Repo rt PUD-19-04, SU B-19-06: Rive r Ra nch Phase 2 & 3 Page 5 of 11 Dece m be r 19, 20 19 a. Detailed grading and drainage plans shall be required for con struction on Lots 15 -20 of Phase 2, and all ofthe lots in Phase 3 abutting the river. i. Such plans shall demonstrate that stormwater runoff from the improved areas of the parcels will not be discharged downslope toward the river. i i. Storage of stormwate r r unoff will not be allowed adjacent to, on , or near the slopes facing the r iver Di rect runoff to the river from developed areas is not allowed . 2. Propo sed building envelopes shall be approved by the City and shall be identified on the recorded plat . 3 . 5. Pathways , trails, and s on or aJru,g (abov e or below) t :.:h.::.e...::b:.::lu~ff:..::s:'..!,...::o:..:.r...::a:..::lo:::n~~~~ ...... re subj ec t to eng i neering review and approval by the Cit y, and i:2 o ss ibly DEQ .~ -- L JC a. No improvements o :..a ny in a may e comtructed on, o r near the top or toe of the slopeGI banks along the river without prior engineering review and approval by the City . Q b U.S. Army Corps of Engineers permitting may be required for construction/development r , . of some of these types of facili t ies . Where such permits a re required , cop ies shall be t.J\J.-'\\ J~ provided to the City. I\~ (b~· '"""'"~,,;,;.;,.:J;;~.,,,_,----t- (;, '»~ ;t ff_ ~ I\ ( ~,~ 0 ~\J ~ 8 . McCall City Cou ncil Staff Report PUD -19-04, SUB-19-06: River Ranc h Phase 2 & 3 • Page 6 of 1 1 December 19, 2019 9. Building Envelopes for Lots 59 through 65 of Phase 3 (Exhibit 2 .2.5 provided by Secesh Engineering, dated 10/8/2019) a. No construction of any kind shall be allowed within the 15 ' buffer strip between the proposed building envelope and the top of the slope of Lot 65, including stormwater- related facilities without prior City approval. b. No construction of any kind shall be allowed within the 75 ' buffer strip between the proposed build ing envelop e an d th e top ofth e slope of Lot s 59 , and 63 through 64 , including stormwater-related facilities without prior City approval. 1. City approval of improvements within the 75 ' buffer strip shall be limited to within 15 ' of the building envelope . 2. Any such City-approved improvements shall be designed to drain away from the slope . 10 . D laodsca:1:f ng_s nall occur witliin ttie 75 set ac ~ uri ess apprnved y t e Ci ty. Any such landscaping shall be limited to native species that are appropriate to the setting in which they are to be planted. Any such landscaping approved by the City shall be hand -watered. No pipe or tubing irrigation (sprinklers or drip systems) shall be allowed. The purpose for this is to prevent erosion to the steep slopes that may be caused either by overwatering or broken sprinkler lines that go unnoticed . Final Plat Submission Guidelines: 1. The subdivision map boundary shall i nclude two separate control ties to City of McCall control points . 2. The vertica l datum used (ground, state plane grid , etc.) providing the basis for d istances needs to be identified on the plat . 3 . Once the final plat draft is complete , two digital CAD files, prepared in accordan ce with the City's digital data submission standards (DDSS) shall be provided . The complete DDSS guidance document can be found here : https://evogov.s3 .amazonaws .com/141/media/115532.pdf Public - 1. In an email dated October 3, 2019, ~(I! 2 . /I o\ff u vlf'1 Y oft~0 3 rl 7 4 {V In an email received October 21, 2019 , Diane Jacob son and David Johnson restated their opposition to the application and the impact that re sidential structures will have on the river -< :::--._ corridor. ----- M cCa ll City Co u nci l Staff Report PU D-19-04, SU B-19-06 : River Ra nch Phase 2 & 3 ('t!-S~ u~fv.;>J r-- 10-e_, CCJrr<---~ tJvW q({c/iJVlf ~v-~~j ---Page 7 o f 11 Decem be r 19, 2019 1. In an email dated September 16, 2019, Molly and Charles Schneider sta ted their opposition to the application based orrthe roxi ·w of lie..J?h.as.e 3-kit o e ri er. 2 . In a letter received September 16, 2019, Duane and Evelyn St . Clair stated their opposition to the application based on the proximity ofth Rl:lase--3 lots-to-Hie,i er. 3. In a letter received September 16, 2019, Craig Wasson stated his opposition to the application based on the proximity ofth e:f>h s·[:3 ots o tt-le ri er. .0- 4. In an email dated September 17 , 2019, Charles and Linda McKie stated their opposition to thb') Qf ;-.,o application based on the pro1< mi he ii in sit he 5 . s back fr0m tbe r~ver r f 5. In an email dated September 17, 2019, David Robbins stated his objection to the application based on the locatio be e ase 3 I ts crdjacenrto tne River . 6 . In an email dated September 19, 2019, Nick James stated his opposition to the application based on the desire to ~rotect the civefs orridor. 7 . In a letter dated September 19, 2019, Scott and Paula Johnson stated their opposition to the application and the location of the Pb se lo s adjacent the river. 8 . In a letter dated September 22, 2019, Ben Hipple sta ted his opposition to the application and ('r/S(.,</'"" expressed his concern that d e o o e stee te o ots would ccfus-e ndu .P e si qp 9 . In an email dated September 24, 2019, John Buffington stated his application to the applicatioivJA-~ u"- asked-that the Eommi-s£1 telluire pacing the r:,roposed homes furtHer: rom he ri er. ·~ '{"/ 10 . In a letter dated September 24, 2019, Mike Barton stated his opposition to the application based on the pr~.xim jty of the Phase 3 lots to the river. . _ .. ,-...... ~ . Commission Findings The Commission hereby makes the following findings : The project is in general conformance with the Comprehensive Plan . The project does not jeopardize the health, safety or welfare ofthe public. 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. The PUD and SUB applications shall be contingent of City Council approval of both application and the associated amendment to the development agreement. 2. Prior to any disturbance of wetland areas within the proposed project area, copies of U.S. Army Corps of Engineer 404 Permit shall be provided to the City . 3 . Prior to any site work or disturbance, the applicant shall submit and receive approval for final civil plans by the City of McCall Engineer. -4 . The applicant shall adhere to all Engineering requirements: McCall City Cou nci l Staff Repo rt PUD -19·04, SUB -19-06: River Ranc h Phase 2 & 3 Page 8 of 11 Decembe r 19, 2019 a. Before water service can be provided to either of the new phases, developer shall rehabilitate/repair/restore the PRV station(s) to the City's satisfaction and shall maintain uninterrupted electrical service to, both of the stations. b. The developer shall construct a water main to City standards and requirements along the loop road within the proposed Phase 2 portion at developer's expense . The main shall be si zed and looped appropriately based on fire flow water modeling. c. A looped section of water main may be required to connect from the cul-de-sac back into Rawhide Loop Road , depending upon Fire Department and/or water demand/fire flow modeling requirements. d. Developer shall dedicate a minimum 20' wide easement for the water main and related appurtenances in areas outside of street, and/or dedicated utility Right-of-Way . All water- related facilities , including fire hydrants shall be located in utility Right -of-Way, or an easement . e. Fire hydrants shall be kept clear of snow and other obstructions (fences , landscape , trees , etc .) at all times . f. Individual Stormwater Reports shall be required for construction on each parcel that is adjacent to the river in order to demonstrate compliance with the City's Drainage Management Guidelines . g. The City may at its discretion require that geotechnical investigation(s) be performed by a licensed and qualified professional Geotechnical Engineer in order to demonstrate that soils on Lots 15-20 of Phase 2, and all of Phase 3 are adequate to support proposed improvements and that the slopes will not be adversely impacted by such improvements or post -development r ~off. ....----..h. T , eveloper--andfor ewner' Association shall be,esponsible ta take-every reasonable effoi:t--t o 13revent erosien and sedimentation from occurring from the pmjec ana into the riv r ed. k. Improvements within the 75' riparian easement sha ll be limited to within 15 ' ofthe build ing envelope and shall be approved by the City of McCall. McCa ll City Coun cil Staff Report i. Any such improvements shall be des igned to dra i n away from the slope. ii . No construction of any kind shall be allowed within the 15' buffer strip between the proposed building envelope and the top of the slope of Lot 65, including stormwater-related facilities without City engineering approval. PUD -19-04, SU B-19-06: Rive r Ranch Phase 2 & 3 Page 9 of 11 December 19, 2019 iii. I. an scapiRg wittlin tlle 7-5' 1_panan ease-ment shall be approvea by the City Arboris-t . Any such landscaping shall be limited to native species that are appropriate to the setting and shall be hand -watered. No pipe or tubing irrigation (sprinklers or drip systems) shall be allowed within the riparian easement . 5. Prior to execution and recordation of either th P.hase 3 or Phase 2 F-i al Plats : The applicant shall provide a maintenance reserve funding plan schedule for the private road for review and approval by the City Engineer. 6. Prior to recording the final plat for River Ranch Phase 2, River Ranch will complete the following : a. finaliie--t-1-ie l0eation o_t f.lJ:el}all'l a fro Mi~ion::S tree to oomid e, in a location tha tj;; separated from the existing east-west dirt roa , and separated from Rawhide Loog__to the extent reasonably feasible. A strong connection between e existing paved pathway on 1ss1on e new ravel improvements crossing River Ranch to Moon ridge will be made based on existing Parks & Rec guidelines; an , -- b. update the legal description of the pathway in the Pathway and Utility Easement, which easement shall be 15 ' in width; and , \./ c. · PLO\Le tile patnwa-v, which shall be at least 8'ln iath, to-a gravel sarface'irom 1ss1 n St ~e t ta Moo111Fidge provid hat the portio..!1_9 f the pathway located within the old rai roaa grade is already existing and graveled, and will not require additional work from -the applicant. ---d. More appropriate signage will be installed that will designate the public pathway route, such sign age to be approved by the Parks & Rec Director prior to installation . M cCa ll City Co un cil Staff Report PUD-19-04, SUB -19-06: Rive r Ranc h Phase 2 & 3 Page 10 of 11 Dec ember 19, 20 19 7. In the event a security gate is installed at either entrance to the subdivision, the applicant shall install an SOS siren activator to provide a means of emergency access per 2015 International Fire Code 503 .6. 8. Prior to issuance of a building permit for any parcel , the applicant shall receive approval from Central District Health Department (see agency comments above). 9. Fiar, to--issuaA€e oh bui1ding:-per-mit.fm ots 63-65, engineered-slo e stab.iUzation»1ill be req rred. Such engineered solutions shall be provi ded by a licen se d and qualified professional engineer with experience in such remediation and stabilization work. Engineered plans and construction shall ' require City review and approval prior to implementation. 10. Prior to issuance of a Certificate of Occupancy, building numbers in accordance with McCall Addressing Guidelines shall be installed . 11. The applicant shall apply for their Phase 3 PUD Final Plan and Subdivision Final Plat on or before April 30, 2025 . The Phase 3 Final Plat shall be recorded prior to the Phase 2 Final Plat to ensure that the open space and density requirements are met. 12. The applicant shall apply for all or a portion of their Phase 2 PUD Final Plan and Subdivision Final Plat on or before April 30 , 2030 . McCall City Coun cil Staff Report PUD-19-04, SUB-19-06 : River Ran ch Phase 2 & 3 Page 11 of 11 December 19, 2019 IN RE: RIVER RANCH PHASES 2 & 3 Planned Unit Development General Plan Application Number: PUD-19-04 Applicant : Representative : Application : Companion Applications : Procedural History: Location : River Ranch Pha ses 2& 3 -Findings of Fact McCall Ci ty Council -December 19, 2019 Page 1 of 21 McCALL CITY COUNCIL FINDINGS OF FACT, CONCLUSIONS OF LAW, AND DECISION FINDINGS OF FACTS McCall River Ranch Company Millemann Pemberton and Holm LLP McCall River Ranch Company is proposing an application for subdivision preliminary plat, planned unit development general plan, and an amendment to their existing development agreement for Phases 2 and 3 of River Ranch Subdivision. Phases 2 and 3 are lo cated south ofthe currently platted portions of River Ran ch Subdivision . SUB-19-06 Subdivision Preliminary Plat Ou P a.n Subdivision Preliminary Plat, and associatedl:levelopment Gov't. Lot 6, Pt . Gov't. Lot 5, Pt S/2 , and Amended Tax No . 12 In Gov 't Lots 1, 4 & S; McCall Acreage, Section 20, T18N, R3E , BM , Cit y Of McCall, Valley Co unty, Idaho . Pre-Application Meeting Date : June 4, 2019 Public Notices : Zoning: Property Size : Title 3, Chapter 10 River Ranch Pha ses 2& 3 -Findings of Fact McCall City Counc il -December 19, 2019 Page 2 of 21 Newspaper : The Notice of Hearin g was published in the Star Ne ws on November 28 , 2019 . Mailing: The applicant mailed the Notice of Hearing to property owners within 300 feet on December 3, 2019 . Posting : The applicant posted the Noti ce of Hearing on the subject property on December 3, 2019 . RE -Re si dential Es tate iverRanch-Phases 3 total 175 ----------- la rg e open space parcels in Phase 3. APPROVAL STANDARDS 1. The underlying zoning, title IX of the McCall City Code, and other applicable regulations under title Ill 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. a. Section 9.4.075B requires a minimum surfaced width of the roadway to be 24 feet. ds River Ranch Phases 2& 3 -Findings of Fact McCall City Council -December 19, 2019 Page 3 of 21 aJ<e c. The applicant is proposing to restrict certai the applicant proposes a side setb-acl< o 20 . mstead--ehh City Code, for Phase 2 Lots 48 , 48A, 49, 49A, 50 , SOA, 57 , 57 A, 58, and 58A. Th weuld eem plywith City Code . d. rage acro ss the River Ranch subdivision as a whole of 5.28 acres per lot. of tFi e oevelopment meets the underlying density. 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 thirty-four residential lot development is co mpatible with the surrounding si ngle -family residential use and the original River Ranch Phase 1 development. The applicant ha s provided building envelopes, which will be incorporated into the final plat, Riv er Ran ch Ph ases 2& 3 -Findings of Fact M cCa ll City Counci l -December 19, 2019 Pa ge 4 of 2 1 3. The density of the planned unit development considered as a whole shall be in substantial conformity with the density of the underlying zone. Th · er: lot. The applicant is applying for a density of 27 lots in Phase 2 (126 .67 acres), which results in an average density of Phase 2 of 4.69 acres per lot. 11er IID Pe r-MCC 3 .10 .07B , the minimum lot size may be reduced , provided the overall density of the development meets the underly i ng density. 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 proposed PUD amenities include the existing Ranch House , swimming pool and Merganser Lake open space area , the private ponds within River Ranch Phases lA, 18, and Phase 2, the . fishing shelter in Phase 3 , a pathway for own'@!rs along the Payette River, and t en Moonr-idge r. 5. The final development plan must be in conformance with the preliminary plan. N/A 6. The planned unit development must meet the general objectives of the McCall Area Comprehensive Plan . The Future Land Use Map in the Comprehensive Plan anticipates this area to continue to be developed as Large Residential of 5 -10 ac res . This land use designation permits the development of large si ngle -family residential lots and is intended to establish a rural setting and encourage preservation of open space and recreation areas . The average den sity of River Ranch , including the proposed Pha ses 2 and 3, is 5.2 8 acres per lot, which is consistent with the Future Land Use Map and Comprehensive Plan . ~l~ River Ranc h Ph ases 2& 3 -Find i ng s of Fact McC all Ci ty Counci l -Dece mber 19, 20 19 Page 5 of 21 7. Existing and proposed streets and utility services must be suitable and adequate for the with McCaU Gty Gede re -ir ~~ .I ~)' r lrv} }t 1J ~ r ·-t·~p-ro_p_o-se_s....,....-.-,,,---..-.....-..--~- p y r ra neh chamete, el th@ ileve lopmen, an in re grut ion.o! ~e-l ow residential de ity. The roads I;\ irr are private , and maintenance will be the responsibly of the River Ran ch Owners Association . \\t < J!~ 8. A development agreement is required between the developer and the city which delineates ~v Ji t'( commitments of the developer to the city and of the city to the developer including, but not There is an ex isting development agreement for the River Ranch subdivision . A proposed Second Amendment to Development Agreement has been provided to address the following issues : a. T.a--t.1-paate the exis-t-ing-Bevelopment Agreement to refer to the M-cca11 RWefRan d i b. To update the legal description to include the previously platted portions of River Ranch as well as proposed Phases 2 & 3; and , c. To update the existing Development Agreement regarding pathways , and p,covi et at ueh--pathway improvements shall satisfy any parks requirement; and , d . e. To update Ex hibit B with a rev ised preliminary plat for Phase 2 & 3; and , f . To delete prior language stating that commencement of construction is at the developer's discretion; and , g. To provide for a phasing plan for the platting of Phases 2 & 3; and , h. recordation of the Final Plat for those phases. PUD Development Standards [MCC 3.10.08] 1. Residential Density: The property is zoned River Ranch Phases 2& 3 -Findings of Fact McCall City Council -December 19, 20 19 Page 6 of 21 he acres per lot. The applicant is applying for a density of 27 lots in Phase 2 (126.67 acres), which results in an average density of Phase 2 of 4.69 acres per lot. However, the density of Phase 3 is 6.91 acres per lot, which provides a density across the two new phases of 5.14 acres per lot and across the River Ranch subdivision as a whole of 5.28 acres per lot. Per MCC 3.10.078, the minimum lot size may be reduced , provided the overall density of the development meets the underlying density. 2. Yards: Pu u-ant to-Mee lots are of adequate size to provide space for yards in excess of this minimum . Sections 7.15 , 7.16, and 7.17 of the General Covenants , Conditions, and Restrictions for the River Ranch Subdivision will apply to lots in Phase 2. Those sections provide for Construction Envelopes , Landscape Envelopes , and Association maintained envelopes for each lot. All Building improvements must be located within the Construction Envelope. Owners can landscape their lot in accordance with the Design Guidelines within the Landscape Envelope , and the balance of the property is left natural and is maintained and watered by the Association . It is anticipated that the Construction Envelopes and Landscape Envelopes will apply to the lots in Phase 3, but that the Association Maintained Envelopes will not apply . There are sig nificant wetlands in Phase 3, which must be left natural and cannot be landscaped . All owners will be required to comply with wetland permits. River Ranch Phases 2& 3 -Findings of Fact McCall City Council -December 19, 2019 Page 7 of 21 3. Off Street Parking: Parking will be provided on each individual lot as they develop. 4. Signs: No new neighborhood signs are proposed. If they are proposed at a future date, they shall comply with MCC 3 .9. 5. Storm Water Management: As stated in the City Engineer letter dated October 28, 2019, Guidelines. for: constr:uct100 on Lots 15-2 Phase 2, and all of the lots in Phase 3 abutting the river. i. emonst~a e,,that stermwater-ru-noff from he imprnved are e tf1scharged downs~o13e"-1:owar-d tl"le Five . ii. .ea.c ttie b. No construction of any kind shall be allowed within the 15 ' buffer strip between the proposed building envelope and the top of the slope of Lot 65, including stormwater- related facilities without prior City approval. C. roposed building envelope and the:to:p of 111:! o including storm water-related faci lities without prior City approval. 6. Open Space and Common Areas: a. There are 22.54 acres of open space proposed in Phase 3 (46.6% of Phase 3), and 4 .09 acres of open space is proposed in Phase 2 (3.2% of Phase 2). The Phase 2 open space parcel H may at a later date be converted to a road or access to adjacent property. The River Ranch Ph ases 2& 3 -Findings of Fact McCall City Council -December 19, 20 19 Page 8 of 21 Phase 3 open space alone will create an overall open space percentage in the River Ranch Phase 2&3 PUD of 12 .9%, and with the addition of the Phase 2 open space, the overall open space percentage in the River Ranch Phase 2&3 PUD will be 15 .2%. The applicant will agree to record the plat for Phase 3 before the plat for Phase 2, o_;_msur-e '11tii.A:ne:R6ase3 opeo.:.space becollles::pa:rt b. Open space/ common area in the previously platted portion of River Ranch Subdivision totals 13.45 acres. However, Open Space Din Phase lB, which is 1.34 acres, will percentage in the previously platted property is 5.61 %. The previously platted property was not subject to the current McCall City Code open space requirements at the time of platting. c. Adding to the open space feel in Phases lA, 1B and Phase 2 are the following: (a) the lakes in River Ranch Subdivision , which are technically part of the platted lots, but which are maintained as lake s; and , (2) the Association Maintained Envelopes , which are large portions of each lot that are maintained by the Association in which construction of any building improvement is severely limited. 7. Required Setbacks: Building setbacks will , for the most part, be in compliance with the applicable zoning regulations of the McCall City Code. Setbacks in the RE Zone are 25 ft. from the front property line , 30 ft . from the interior side lot lines, and 30 ft . from the rear property Phases 2 & 3 would comply with City Code . River Ranch Phases 2& 3 -Find in gs of Fa ct McCall Ci ty Council -December 19, 2019 Page 9 of 21 Per MCC 9.6.07C, new river front subdivisions shall comply with a 75 ft . setback from the river. Building envelopes have been proposed for all seven lots in Phase 3 to accommodate th is setback. 8. Landscaping: Sections 7 .15, 7 .16, and 7 .17 of the General Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions for the River Ranch Subdivision will apply to lots in Phase 2 . Those sections provide for Construction Envelopes, Landscape Envelopes , and Association maintained envelopes for each lot. All Bu ildi ng improvements must be located within the Construction Envelope. Owners can landscape their lot in accordance wit h the Design Guidelines within the Landscape Envelope, and the balance of the property is left natural and is maintained and watered by the Association . It is anticipated that the Construction Envelopes and Landscape Envelopes wil l apply to the lots in Phase 3 , but that the Association Maintained Envelopes will not apply. There are significant wetlands in Phase 3 , which must be left natural and cannot be landscaped. All owners will be required to comply with wetland permits. 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, pedestrianways, and off-s treet 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 pFopesea icivate streets are-adequa e I u bf gated. River Ranch Phases 2& 3 -Findings of Fact McCal l Ci ty Council -December 19, 20 19 Page 10 of 21 liey are propose ::t o In an email dated August 29, 2019 , McCall Fire stated that in the event a gated access is installed, t IRternational Fire Eode--503.6. The district will require an SOS siren activator be installed on any security gates. b. rivate stree sb:all be Private streets proposed within the PUD will be owned and maintained by the River Ranch Homeowners Association . Lighting Plan: The River Ranch Design Guidelines were drafted prior to the enactment ofthe McCall Outdoor Lighting Ordinance . Th esign Guidelines have since been amend_e"i:l ompliance witl1 McCall'S"Outdoor Lighting Ordinance, MC 3.14 . DEPARTMENT/AGENCY COMMENTS Central District Health Department (CDHD) In a review letter dated August 29, 2019 , CDHD stated an application , full engineering report, ground water data, and soils data will be required before they can prov ide comments on the proposed development. McCall Fire In an email dated August 29, 2019 , McCall Fire stated that in the event a security gate is installed they will need to have a means of emergency operation per 2015 International Fire Code 503 .6 ..... 1.::si:._,,- rity gates . County Cadastral River Ranch Phases 2& 3 -Findings of Fact McCa l l City Council -December 19, 2019 Page 11 of 21 In an email dated September 4, 2019, the County Cadastral Specialist requested that the applicant review the proposed boundary description for River Ranch Phase 2. Payette Lakes Recreational Water and Sewer District (PLRWSD) This application was distributed to the sewer district more than thirty (30) days prior to the October 1, 2019 McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission meeting. In an email dated September 4, 2019 , Idaho Transportation Department (ITD) County Surveyo r In an email dated October 28, 2019, the County SurveyoF stated they application at this time. McCall City Engineer In a review lette r dated October 28, 2019 , the McCall City Engineer stated the following: Utilities : River Ranc h Pha ses 2& 3 -Find i ngs of Fact McCall City Counc il -December 19, 2019 Page 12 of 21 looped appropriately based on fire flow water modeling (to be provided by City's water system design consultant). 3. A water line exists in the alignment of the cul -de-sac road that will serve proposed Lots 59-65 of Phase 3. A looped section of water main may be required to connect from the cul-de-sac back into Rawhide Loop Road , depending upon Fire Department and/or water demand/fire flow modeling requirements (see Item No . 2, above). The exis ting section of line in the cul -de -sac has not yet been accepted by the City. 4 . Water service capitalization and connection fees sh all be due at the time that individual building permits are pulled for each parcel. 5. related facilities , including fire hydrants shall be located in util ity Right-of-Way, or an easement. a. The draft easement document shall be reviewed and approved by the City prior to recording . b. The recorded ea se ment instrument number shall be provided on the final plat . c. The Cit sball...be;arnv~dea-utifetterea-i- 6. Fire h drants sjialL--b snow ancl ottier obstructio fences , landscape , trees , etc .) at all times. ~ Grading, Drainage , and Erosion Control : ~ }~i\r ~ 2. I dividaaJ fiormw e.pm:t.-s=h..._11 ""-'= \(" fl/) . ~~ t,l'{) J {1ft ~ Guidelines . rtt\ ' River Ranch Pha ses 2& 3 -Find ings of Fact McCall City Council -December 19, 2019 Page 13 of 21 a. Detailed grading and drainage plans shall be required for construction on Lots 15-20 of Phase 2, and a II of the lots in Phase 3 a butting the river. i. Such plans shall demonstrate that stormwater runoff from the improved areas of the parcels will not be discharged downslope toward the river. ii. 3. Proposed building envelopes shall be approved by the City and shall be identified on the 5 . recorded plat. solutions shall be provided by a licensed and qualified professional engineer with experience in such remediation and stabilization work. Engineered plans and construction shall require City review and approval prior to implementation . U.S. Army Corps of Engineers permitting will likely be necessary to perform such work. The City may at its discretion require that geotechnical investigation(s) be performed by a licensed and qualified professional Geotechnical Engineer in order to demonstrate that soils on Lots 15 -2 0 of Phase 2, and all of Phase 3 are adequate to support proposed improvements and that the slopes will not be adversely impacted by such improvements or post-development runoff. River Ranch Pha se s 2& 3 -Findings of Fact McCall City Co uncil -Dece mber 19, 2019 Page 14 of 2 1 a. No improvements of any kind may be constructed on , or near the top or toe of the sloped banks along the river without prior engineering review and approval by the City . b. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers permitting may be required for construction/development of some of these types of facilities. Where such permits are required, copies shall be provided to the City . 7. No improvements of any kind shall be allowed within the Open Space parcels in Phase 3 without prior engineering review and approval by the City . 8. discretion , require the Owner's Association and/or property owner to obtain professional engineering services as it may deem necessary prior to any stabilization efforts . 9 . The developer and/or Owner's Association shall be responsible to take every reasonable effort 10 . to prevent erosion and sedimentation from occurring from the project and into the riverbed. a. · o::mnstractron:.of anv kind sh.rll b J.1l o osecl auilding envelope and the top ofthe slepe-of-.Let 65, inclucling stor,nwater- r lated-facilities wittiout prior City approval. 1. City approval of improvements within the 75 ' buffer strip shall be limited to within 15' of the building envelope. River Ranch Phase s 2& 3 -Findings of Fact McCall City Co u ncil -December 19, 2019 Page 21 of 21 made, may within twenty-eight (28) days after the date of this Decision and Order, seek a judicial review as provided by Chapter 52, Title 67, Idaho Code. Findings of Fact adopted this 19th day of December 2019. Attest: BessieJo Wagner, City Clerk STATE OF IDAHO, County of Valley : ss : Jackie J. Aymon , Mayor On this day of 20_, before me, a Notary Public, appeared JACKIE J. AYMON and BESSIEJO WAGNER, known, or identified to me to be the MAYOR and CITY CLERK, respectively, of CITY OF MCCALL that executed the said instrument, and acknowledged to me that they executed the same on behalf ofTHE CITY OF MCCALL. (SEAL) Notary Public for Idaho McCall IN RE: RIVER RANCH PHASES 2 & 3 Subdivision Preliminary Plat Application Number: SUB-19-06 Applicant: Representative : Application : Companion Applications: Procedural History: Location : River Ranch Phases 2 & 3 -Find ings of Fact McCall Ci ty Coun cil -December 19, 2019 Page 1 of 32 McCALL CITY COUNCIL FINDINGS OF FACT, CONCLUSIONS OF LAW, AND DECISION FINDINGS OF FACTS McCall River Ranch Company Millemann Pemberton and Holm LLP McCall River Ranch Company is proposing an application for subdivision preliminary plat, planned unit development general plan , and an amendment to their existing development agreement for Phases 2 and 3 of River Ranch Subdivision . P ases :2 and ~re located s-0uth ofth c1;1mrnt ly J;>latted portions ofRiver Ranch Subdivis on . PUD-19-04 Planned Unit Development General Plan During its regularly scheduled November 5, 2019 meeting, the McCall A r ea Planning and Zoni ng Commission held a properly noticed public o amenelment to City Ceu cil for approval. Gov 't. Lot 6, Pt . Gov't. Lot 5, Pt S/2, and Amended Tax No . 12 In Gov't Lots 1, 4 & 5; McCall Ac reage, Sectio n 20, T18N, R3E , BM , City Of McCall , Valley County, Idaho. Pre-Application Meeting Date: June 4, 2019 River Ranch Phases 2 & 3-Findings of Fact McCall City Council -December 19, 2019 Page 2 of 32 Public Notices : Newspaper: The Notice of Hearing was published in the Star News on November 28 , 2019. Mailing: The applicant mailed the Notice of Hearing to property owners within 300 feet on December 3, 2019. Posting : The applicant posted the Notice of Hearing on the subject property on December 3, 2019. Zoning: Property Size: Parking Spaces : Is . APPROVAL STANDARDS Title 9, Chapter 1 Subdivision and Development Provisions 1. The applicant, based on the size of the proposed subdivision, was required to submit an accompanying Pfaoned l;lni E>evelol)ml!l"it a~hcati n (MCC 9.1.02.E & Table 9.1.02]. A Eslate lon trat arein excess ef 20 acres. The proposed development is 175 acres and therefore a Planned Unit Development General Plan applicat i on was submitted in conjunction with the application for a Subdivision Preliminary Plat. 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 River Ranc h Phases 2 & 3 -Find in gs of Fact McCall Ci ty Council -Dece m ber 19, 20 19 Page 3 of 32 subdivision is within existing taxing districts, including school and fire , and will not impose substantial additional co sts upon cu r rent residents. 3. When an owner of contiguous parcels proposes to subdivide any portion of the contiguous parcels, an area development plan shall be subm itted 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 proposed pr iv ate streets are adequate to accommodate t he anticipated vehicle traffi c within the proposed subdivision , but do not further the goal of an i nterconnected street system because they are proposed to be gated . 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. As part of the original River Ranch approvals , the applicant constructed a separated paved pathway from the smokejumper base , along M ission St., to the end of the River Ranch Phase 1 frontage along M is sion St . The app licant also granted easements to the City for the pathway and sewer improvements along the Mi ssion Street frontage and southern boundary of River Ranch Phase 1 to the intersection with Rawhide Loop . As part of the currant parks proposal, the applicant is proposing to finalize the locat ion of the pathways easement and develop to a gravel standard , a pathway from the south end of the existing paved pathway, along the southern boundary of River Ranch Pha se 1, to the intersection with Moon ridge Rd. The M cCall Area Pathways Master Plan ident ifies Rive r Ran ch Pha ses 2 & 3 -Find i ng s of Fac t M cC al l City Co unci l - December 19, 20 19 Page 14 of 32 before any work may be performed. The City may, at its discretion, require the Owner's Association and/or property owner to obtain professional engineering services as it may deem necessary prior to any stabilization efforts . b. Vegetation and Re-vegetation: Any landscaping within the 75 ft . riparian setback shall be limited to native species that are appropriate to the setting in which they are to be planted. Any such landscaping approved by the City shall be hand -watered . No pipe or tubing irrigation (sprinklers or drip systems) shall be allowed . The purpose for this is to prevent erosion to the steep slopes that may be caused either by overwatering or broken sprinkler lines that go unnoticed. c. Cuts, Fills and Grading: Prior to final plat approval , a 404 Permit for river bank stabili zation and driveway wetlands impacts shall be obtained . 2. Environmental and Aesthetics [MCC 9.7.06] a. Design takes advantage of natural settings, preserving natural features such as streamside environments, intermittent watercourses or streams, wetlands, and vegetation. Site design minim iz es impact on the existing wetlands. b. Cluster parking where feasible, and minimize the number and width of driveways and access roads to avoid tree removal. A shared driveway is proposed for lots 63 and 64 to minimize the impact to the surrounding wetlands and shall be include in the final plat . c. Locate parking along sides or in back of commercial, business park or industrial buildings. No commercial , business park or industrial buildings are proposed . d. Roofing of nonreflective materials and be fire resistant; use of wood shingles of any type is discouraged . The subd ivision De sign Guidelines stipulate that primary roof materials may consist of architectural grade composition shingles and natural slate tiles. Secondary roof materials may i nclude metals that have developed a natural patina . River Ranch Phases 2 & 3 -Findings of Fact McCall City Council -December 19, 2019 Page 15 of 32 The use of metal with factory applied low gloss finishes in brown and gray color ranges will be considered at the discretion of the Design Committee. Other Provisions Applicable to All Subdivisions and Development [MCC 9.7.09] 1 ublic-Plac MCC 9.3 .07 (() makes a reference to a 25' public greenbelt, as indicated on the McCall Area riveF ban rnltsu rrouncling wetlands i 2. Streets and Access a. Provide adequate street rights of way for maximum sunlight penetration and to preserve distant views and create a sense of spaciousness. The proposed private right- of-way is the recommended 60 ft ., avoiding narrow dark roadways and maximizing sun exposure . b. Establish a connected fabric of streets that respect topographical constraints without resorting to dead ends. Two gated accesses are proposed, which do not further a connected street system. The proposed private street is adequate to accommodate the anticipated vehicle traffic within the proposed subdivision, but does not furt her the goal of an interconnected street syst em . I. Design Guidelines Introduction 1.1 History of the Ranch In the beginning, the land that became River Ranch McCall was home to local , native Americans . The wide reaches of the river provided water and food but were protected from the northern winds blowing across the big water, now known as the Payette Lake . It is known that for hundreds of years the Indian tribes fished in the waters of the river and farmed the lands of rich topsoil, which in places is three and four feet deep . Many thousands of acres of wilderness remain close to River Ranch McCall thanks to the Payette National Forest and the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness Area. Brief History of Fran9ois Payette A~ •. · , ... 1.:-!.\ • ~ ..... j " r He was born near Montreal , Canada, the youngest of six children , and wo·rked as a canoeman on Lake Ontario during his youth . In 1810 at the age of 18 , he went to work for John Jacob Astor at the Pacific Fur Company . Two years later, he and a small party of fur trappers traveled far westward and built Oregon 's Fort Astoria . In 1818, in company with Donald McKenz ie and Jack Weiser, Payette explored the basin of the river that was later named after him . The group trapped beavers, earning as much as $400 per year plus a commission for each pelt. However, ·as the demand for fur hats dwindled , the group's livelihood diminished . With the intrusion of white men into Indian territory, the group faced confrontations and even more ill fortune . One such conflict cost Payette his horse and DESIGN GUIDELINES -4 clothing. He escaped by swimming the Snake River completely unclothed . Later he was able to steal back his much-needed horse and clothing from the very band of Indians that had taken them . About 1830, Payette married Nancy Portneuf, the half-Indian daughter of a French Canadian trapper and friend . The couple had two children before Nancy's death in 1837. During the next 10 years, Payette married several Ind ian women, fathering another son and one daughter who died in childhood. In 18 34 , industry arrived and began to change the West and Payette with it: The Hudson Bay Company built Snake Fort -later named Fort Boise -at the mouth of the Boise River. Payette was brought in as postmaster and later as clerk . After 20 years with the Hudson Bay Company , he retired. Now free to write his own ticket, Payette established himself as one of Idaho's best-loved innkeepers. Many visitors recorded their impressions of this man's remarkable hospitality . One traveler with the Fremont party wrote, "Capt. Payette , the gentleman in charge of Ft. Boise, is a Frenchman, exceedingly polite, courteous and hospitable .... " Narcissa Whitman , an early immigrant, wrote in her diary of sumptuous dinners "served on tables with real chairs." Others remember that "the Manager, Mr. Payette, was kind and polite," and "a very agreeable French gentleman , who has been in this country since 1811 ." Fram;ois Payette lived a dangerous and primitive life in unexplored territory. He grew to regret his earlier harsh deal ings with Indians , and later tried to teach them many 11ew techniques for ·easier living, such as how to smoke and store salmon . Payette's children and grandchildren were educated in eastern schools, and as thousands of immigrants passed through the mountains following the Oregon Trail , the era of the mountain men drew to a close. Our history books give us only a portion of the frontier life that Franc;ois Payette experienced . We do know that he explored, trapped and bivouacked along River Ranch McCall, Idaho. (Summarized from an article by Ron Marlow in The Independent Enterprise, Payette, 2001.) The first known modern period of land use was in 1900, when cattle grazed River Ranch's open pastureland, and also when a logging operation began . One of the original logging barons in the McCall Area was Carl Brown, whose granddaughter Diane Brown OeBoer is one of River Ranch McCall's current owners . Carl and Ida Brown came to the McCall area in 1910. Their son, Warren, was born two years later. Descr ibed by later generations as McCall's Magnificent Mountain Man , Warren began dog-sled racing at the age of 12. At the age of 14, he traveled 600 miles by train with his mongrel dogs to race in the Regional Championships . He came in second behind a veteran musher with trained dogs , and was awarded $750 in prize money, which was a tidy sum by 1926 standards . At 17, Warren was working full time in his family 's timber business, following in the footsteps of his grandfather, who once owned one of the largest timber mills in New England. For his hard work, Warren earned the position of vice president, and in 1934 , married Jayne Jones . The two continued to live and raise their children, Diane and Frank, among the tall trees that he loved . In 1940, the Brown Tie and Lumber Mill was the largest employer in town with more than 100 workers. Brown was instrumental in building the new high school and in constructing a modern road system to connect the outlying settlers around the lake . He also led the construction of the Masonic temple in 1952 as well as the ski runs and jumps on 80 acres of hillside just west of the town, land his father had donated in 1937. It became known as The Little Ski Hill. Brundage Mountain Resort was then developed in the early 1960s by Warren and Jayne Brown J . R. DESIGN GUIDELINES -5 - SUIP'Y!l9N DATA ......... <ta.14..::a:t lCIII'-34&.»N:IIIEI ...... --...... ..,. 21•111:11111 --. un ., lOl9 .... LOl'IB LIi._. wmar wr -.., ...::.s IMIU.DI' \lff I.II ,au #11.LI.Oflt..:IIO' ............. ···~ i .... ·- ICA.L&: 1 • • SOO ' •VI-...._• , .......... _...__ I NOJES ,.--.---~ .......... ,llaOM.l.--~CICM'ltrH'( 1~-=UUI ! (JIii) U.-llN 2.~ ..... ---~ ....... J. --mwois~~·-... -.,........ ...... arra,--.i.. 4. ................... C.'Mlll'lM•-ON ............................. (,-. ....................... 1ELJ'Olta#ID .......... 1,&.MDIIIU.•S- 1. ~~:.~J-4WU.Mt; 1-~~--U1U'r _,,. L£OtNO 1-~--- 1 _:_ ===-- 1 = ==~-w ....-:::=-------- •IA ....... • ---_...__ 11ml L!lLJJ D ------llllm1113 Morgan Bessaw From: Sent: To: Cc: Subject: MCC < > Thursday, October 10 , 2019 11:06 AM amy@mpmplaw.com Morgan Bessaw River Ranch River Bank Stabili zation ---This email is from an external sender . Be cautious and DO NOT open links or attachments if the sender is unknown . --- Please be advised. Riverbank stabilization directly opposite of our common area is of great concern to our members. Location of the existing natural high water mark must be preserved for setback purposes as per city code. With a 90 degree plus angle change in the river at this point the river does push the water to the top of the bank at spring runoff. We are concerned any encroachment into the present natural riverbed will force a unnatural river flow back upon our areas changing downstream flow. Stabi lization, in some natural looking manner, of the bank as it stands without disturbing the natural river flow is the best option and may prevent any unforeseen issues . Information concerning this issue will be very much appreciated Mike Barton 1 Rachel Santiago-Govier From: Sent: To: Cc: Subject: Diane Jacobson Thursday, October 03 , 2019 10:30 AM Rachel Santiago-Govier David Johnson River Ranch Subdivision Amended Development Agreement -PUD 1904, Sub-19-06 ---This email is from an external sender. Be cautious and DO NOT open links or attachments if the sender is unknown. --- Dear Ms. Santiago-Govier, We are writing in regard to the River Ranch Subdivision Amended Development Agreement -PUD 1904, Sub-19-06 that is to be discussed at the November 5th meeting. We are concerned about the proximity to the river of the River Ranch home sites . Our family has spent many hours walking, skiing, tubing, fishing, wildlife viewing, playing and enjoying the stretch of the Payette river that runs between Valley View and River Ranch. The new phased lots in the River Ranch subdivision have homesites so close to the Payette river that the landscape and pristine nature of the area along both sides will be forever changed . We all need to protect the natural value and beauty of the Payette river, one of McCall's richest features, for the long term. Please do not support this encroachment on the river corridor and ensure that all subdivisions, River Ranch included, do what Valley View has done in protecting a large, natural, unspoiled zone for all to enjoy. A natural river is a healthier river and is better for recreation, property values, wildlife, and McCall as a whole. Thankyouinadvanc~ Diane Jacobson and David Johnson 962 Valley Rim Road Ms. Morgan Bessaw City Planner, City of McCall, ID 216 E. Park Street McCall, ID 83638 Dear Ms. Bessaw, October 21, 2019 We are writing in regard to the River Ranch Subdivision Amended Development Agreement -PUD 19-04, Sub-19-06. We are owners of 962 Valley Rim Road in the Valley View subdivision. We are a~ainst the application. The proximity to the river of the proposed River Ranch home sites is concerning. The new phased lots in the River Ranch subdivision have homesites so close to the Payette river that the landscape and pristine nature of the area along both sides will be irreversibly impacted for the worse . Our family has spent many hours walking, cross country skiing, wildlife viewing, playing, and enjoying the stretch of the Payette river that runs between the Valley View and River Ranch subdivisions. It is one of the primary reasons we chose the location for ahome. owin :om t,a...u~ ~ce will n · vel · · We all need to protect the natural value and beauty of the Payette river, one of McCall's richestfeatures, for the long term. • ·ver l ~~km~&p1'0teffl~i1ai'ge!;ff11tnral;;-Ju;~~~mndcD1lttci:eii~~ A protected river is a healthier river and is better for recreation, property values, wildlife, and McCall as a ' e Jae son an avid Johnson 962 Valley Rim Road -- Rachel Santiago-Govier From: Sent: To: Subject: Kellie Brown Monday, October 28, 2019 8:32 PM Morgan Bessaw River Ranch PUD-19 -04 Sub -19 -06 Amended Development Agreement ---Th is email is from an external sender. Be cautious and DO NOT open links or attachments if the sender is unknown. --- We live in the ,-:c-r.~=~~=~~-k We urge the commission to vote against this change and maintain the original plans for this subdivision. Kellie and Gary Brown .. Rachel Santiago-Govier From: Sent: To: Subject: Follow Up Flag: Flag Status: Categories: celeste raffin Monday, October 07 , 2019 12:29 PM Rachel Santiago-Govier Proposed changes to River Ranch subdivision Follow up Flagged Red Ca tegory ---This email is from an external sender. Be cautious and DO NOT open links or attachments if the sender is unknown . --- Dear Ms Santiago-Govier There are other alternatives available to the River Ranch Subdivision. And unfortunately, if you change the zoning rules for one subdivision you set the precedent for others and the carnage will continue . uS--we e:tirging-yQl.J to ease a Please take a stand , try to preserve the beauty of McCall's incredible environment, do not surrender to the developers! Sincerely yours , Celeste and Ralph Raffin Valley View Ill Lot 53 r vJ , [ LC . ..-/-J.-eo. f ' J McCALL CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL 216 East Park Street McCall, Idaho 83638 AB 19-274 Number Meeting Date December 19, 2019 -continued from December 5 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Originator tl b ft (,. ' {-k.i :fi,1 Department Approvals Initials or PUBLIC HEARING ?i.,~pM-t ,' ·fr {!_Qyi.4-Jn<..u-, -/1, { f)l!--fo / ,.,< .. : h et:-VI " . COST IMPACT: N I A FUNDING N I A SOURCE: TIMELINE: N I A SUMMARY STATEMENT: Su orter Treasurer Community Development · Originator Police De artment Public Works Golf Course Parks and Recreation Ai o rt Library Information S stems Grant Coordi nator A memo , map and the proposed changes in ord in ance form, with an effective date of January 1, 2020, are attached. RECOMMENDED ACTION: r} t:Yt{_ ..A_U-1 ~~ ) I. Continu ethepub lichearing . 1 _j 1,,ul-'-fl-1 ~rf>'rf L;,'ec.,L ) 2 . Suspend the rules and Read by title only, one-time only Ordinanc 4._£/. 3. Adopt Ordinance No q'(t/, Updating McCall City Code Title 3 to include provisions Interior and Exterior Airport Zone~prove the pub li cation of the s umm ary, and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessar documents . RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION December 13 , 2018 December 5, 2019 ordinance for December 19 ZONING CODE UPDATE -CHAPTER 6 PUBLIC ZONES , CHAPTER 7 SPECIAL ZONES AND CHAPTER 2 DEFINITIONS FROM: Diane T. Kushlan, Kushlan I Associates DATE : December 5, 2019 Code . Background: A draft amendment to Chapter 6 Civic , Airport and Agriculture/Forest Zones was presented to the Planning and Zoning Commission in a Work Session in November 2018. This original draft was endorsed by the McCall Airport Advisory Committee and the Airport Manager based on review and comments by the airport's engineers. on '. This new section relocates provisions previously addressed in Chapter 6 related to height limitations in the approach zones rt-: of the airport. In addition, provis ions for new land use compatibility overlay zones, as suggested in the ITD ~\.°'J't 1---:ir/-'> and FAA guidelines have been drafted . Additions and edits are also being proposed for Chapter 2 V aA fl'. DEFINITONS . ()V,J~ SUMMARY OF THE PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO CHAPTER 6: Title: The Title has shortened to "Pu blic Zones ". 3.6.0l{C): The ~ur ose of the Airport (AP) Zone is more clearly sta ted to b asec:I o be:n:bj:ect...,iv....,,.&:.J A,r,'f'v ;:)Hie dcrpte Alrport Master Plan . A subzone within the AP zo _nes is ident~d as the AitP, e r'me:ter ~<-~ 'V f,-rf' 11 eJ'.Zone . 1, uha1N w..,_~. lrP Y>w A ,q,ort 'Pe,..,_,,,,.-,,~ p(' ,'ff\ 3.6.02((A)-(C)): These sections on the permitted and conditionally permitted zones have been re- ~ ordered and re-written for clarity. Sections crossed out in Paragraph (A) have not been deleted but appear following the table in sections (B) and (C). Table 3.6.02 Substantive changes in the table of uses are as follows: ll Page incorporating the suggestions included in the earl ier draft of changes to Chapter 6, is now recommended to be incorporated into Chapter 2 DEFINTIONS . Dwelling, Care-taker: ha s been eliminated as a allowed use through a cond itional use permit in the AP zone . 3.6.03 This subsection has been re -ordered and rewritten for clarity and elimination of extraneous information . New provisions are paragraph (B) and (F) which reference special site design and fencing requirements of the FAA. Table 3.6.03 Substantive changes in the table of dimensional standards are as follows: APP subzone: The chart adds the APP zone and adds different requirements from the AP zone in some standards . These p roposed standards refle x the APP zone 's location a,_s--a..=.,,....,......,.......,......=.""'""'- the airport . Minimum property size: Identified as not appli cable in the AP and APP zones . .....,_,Lll>!.._~a~rs~:.!:e~csize~ fhis is a ew staodar:d fo r: he AR and APR zone . --;, 9 .JIJ~ ~inimum street frontage: Deleted for AP and added for APP at 75 '. v-Minimum Setbacks: Deleted for AP and APP . Those portions of the APP zones adjacent to the Maximum Site Coverage: Changed for the added for the AP at 100%. Distance between structures: Added standard of 10' for AP and APP zones . Landscape Buffer: Added as 20 " in APP zone . Note 4: relocated to paragraph (C). that were defined but not used , have been deleted . 3.6.044-46 Airport Zones: These subsections have been edited and relocated to the new section , 3 .7.050 Purpose and 3.7.051 Ai rp ort Operation Protection Zones . , 'I'__ 3 .6.047(A) Airport Nonconforming Uses and 3.6.048(() Nonconforming Uses Abandoned or \,eJY ~ Destroyed: These sections have been deleted since the subject and protections for nonconforming uses J ,e, ---Y are addressed in Chapter 11 Nonconformities . 3.6.047(B)Marking and Lighting: This has been r•eat 3.6.048{A) Future Uses and (B) Existing Uses: These sect i on s have been r 21 Page 3.6.048(D) Variances: This section has been tea to=-3 .7 .0 l(F)and the text revised to eliminate standards for approval of variance that deviate from those standards set forth in Chapter 13 and State Law. ~Y 3.6.049-3.6.0413: These sections have been deleted since the provisions are duplicate provisions -r::}J already contained in City Code. SUMMARY OF THE ADDITION TO CHAPTER 7 SPECIAL DISTRICTS, SECTION 3.7.05: MCCALL MUNICIPAL AIRPORT INFLUENCE OVERLAY ZONES 3.7.050: Purpose: The purpose statement is based on language originally appearing In Chapter 6, but in a more simplified and less redundant form . The Airport Maste r Plan is referenced as guiding document for the code prov isio ns . 3. 7 .051 Airport Operation Protection Zones : 1 is is-a-new name-that originally as "Airport Zones" which was confusing with the base zoning district of "A irport (AP)". I atsa-flew--distingaishes these wnes from superseding provisions in the base zones . 3.7.051(A) Purpose: This is clearer statement of. iA-t-en t..fer OJ)eration-protectiorno es that what originally appeared in Chapter 6 . 3.7.051 (B) Applicability: This also more clearly identifies the land affected by the provisions and incorporates a map of the areas by reference. 3.7 .051 (C) Establishment ofZones: The description of the zones are as was previously instated in Chapter 6, except for the "Utility Runway Visual Approach" zone which is not used at the McCall Municipal airport. 3.7.051 (D) Height Limitations: No changes in the standards; just minor edits from what appeared in apter 6. 3.7.051 (F) Permits Required: With minor edits, these provision are what appeared in Ehapte-r: 6. 3.7 .052 (B) Applicability: This states that the land use actions that are affected by the provis ions and the locations as depicted on the map incorporated by reference . 3I Page 3.7.052(() Establishment of Zones: Four zones are created in relationship to the runway and the approach and departure path. 3.7.052 (D and E) Permitted and conditional use: This section and the table that follows describes the permitted, conditional and not allowed uses for each zone. land use approval. Paragraph 4 acknowledges that existing uses not complying with these regulations are not hindered b 'ts o SUMMARY OF CHANGES TO CHAPTER 2 DEFINITIONS The changes drafted for Chapter 2 include terms and uses used in Chapter 6 and 7 . New definitions not appearing before in Chapter 6 are: AERONAUTICAL and LOCAL HOUSING UNIT. AIRPORT has been redefined as the McCall Municipal Airport. 41 Page \ \ 3.7.050 Airport Operation Protection Zones -PS -Primary Surface -TI -Transitional Zone -URAZ -Runway Instument Approach Zone -HZ -Horizonta l Zone -CZ. -Conica l Zone 0 0.5 2 Miles I l \ ., ... .•. ORDINANCE NO. --- AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF McCALL, VALLEY COUNTY, IDAHO , AMENDING TITLE 3, PLANNING AND ZONING, OF THE McCALL CITY CODE, TO-WIT : IN C ffi-R : , ZltJ -Ai-RP@R 7.t 1t/i l1filJ. Q T ZO , ES, CHANGING THE TITLE OF THE CHAPTER TO G :Z9 ES; IN SECTION 3.6 .01 , PURPOSE, CLARIFYING SUBSECTION (C), AIRPORT (AP) ZONE TO MORE CLEARLY STATE THE OBJECTIVES OF THE ADOPTED AIRPORT MASTER PLAN ; IN SECTION 3.6.02 , PUBLIC ZONES USE REGULATIONS, RE-ORDERING AND CLARIFYING SUBSECTIONS (A) -(C) REGARDING PERMITTED AND CONDITIONALLY PERMITTED USES AND MAKING SUBSTANTIVE CHANGES TO TABLE 3.6.02 AS FOLLOWS: ADDING AERONAUTICAL AS A NEW USE ID ENTIFIED TO BE PERMITTED IN THE AP ZONE; ELIMINATING DWELLING, CARE-TAKER FOR AN APPROVED USE AS AN ALLOWED USE THROUGH A CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT IN THE AP ZONE; ADDING DWELLING UNIT, LOCA L HOUSING AS A PERMITTED USE IN THE CV ZONE; PERMITTING PARK, PUBLIC AS A USE IN THE AP ZONE; SECTION 3.6.03 , PUBLIC ZONES GENERAL DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS, REMOVING THE WORD "GENERAL" FROM THE SECTION TITLE, RE- ORDERING, CLARIFYING AND ELIMINATING EXTRANEOUS INFORMATION, ADDING NEW SECTIONS (B) THROUGH (H) WHICH REFERENCE SPECIAL SITE DESIGN AND FENCING REQUIREMENTS OF THE FAA AND MAKING SUBSTANTIVE CHANGES TO TABLE 3.6.03 AS FOLLOWS : ADDING THE APP ZONE AND DIFFERENT REQUIREMENTS FROM THE AP ZONE, IDENTIFYING MINIMUM PROPERTY SIZE AS NOT APPLICABLE IN THE AP AND APP ZONES , ADDING MINIMUM LEASE SIZE AS A NEW STANDARD FOR THE AP AND APP ZONES, DELETING MINIMUM STREET FRONTAGE FROM AP AND ADDING MINIMUM STREET FRONTAGE FOR APP AT 75 ', DELETING MINIMUM SETBACKS FOR AP AND APP, CHANGING MAXIMUM SITE COVERAGE FOR THE AP AT 100 %, ADDING STANDARD OF 10 ' TO DISTANCE BETWEEN STRUCTURES FOR AP AND APP ZONES, ADDING LANDSCAPE BUFFER AS 20' IN APP ZONE, AND RELOCATING NOTE 4 TO THE NEW SECTION (C); DELETING SECTIONS 3 .6.031, APPR OVALS, 3 .6.04, AIRPORT ZONING, 3.6 .041 , PURPOSE, 3.6.042, SHORT TITLE, 3.6.043 , DEFINITIONS, 3.6.044, AIRPORT ZONES, 3 .6.045 , AIRPORT ZON E HEIGHT LIMITATIONS, 3.6.046 , USE RESTRICTIONS, 3.6 .047, AIRPORT N ONCONFORMING USES, 3 .6.048 ,PERMITS, 3.6 .049 ,ENFORCEMENT, 3.6.0410,APPEALS, DECISIONS OF COMMISSION, 3.6.0411, CONFLICTING REGULATIONS, 3.6.0412, APPEALS, DECISIONS OF AIRPORT MANAGER, 3.6.04 13, JUDICIAL REVIEW: IN CHAPTER 7, SPECIAL DISTRICTS, ENACTING SECTIONS 3.7.05, M cCA LL MUNICIPAL AIRPORT INFLUENCE OVERLAY ZONES, 3 .7.050 , PURPOSE, AND 3.7 .051 , AIRPORT OPERATION PROTECTION ZONES, TO CREATE A NEW SPECIAL DISTRICT, DEFIN ING ITS PURPOSE AND DISTINGUISHING IT FROM OTHER ZONES: AND IN CHAPTER 2, DEFINITIONS, ADDING D EFINITIONS FOR "AERONAUTICAL," "AIRPORT ELEV A TION," "APPROACH SURF ACE," "CONICAL SURF ACE," "FAIR DISCLOSURE STATEMENT," "HAZARD TO AIR NAVIGATION ," "HEIGHT, AIRPORT," "HORIZONTAL SURFACE," "OBSTRUCTION," "PERSON," "PRIMARY SURFACE," "RUNWAY," Ord . _ Airport Zone Code Update , 2019 Page 1 of 55 "TRANSITIONAL SURFACES ," "UTILITY RUNWAY," AND REDEFINING "AIRPORT" TO MEAN THE McCALL MUNICIPAL AIRPORT; PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. NOW , THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF McCALL, VALLEY COUNTY, IDAHO: Section 1: That Title 3 , Planning and Zoning, of the McCall City Code, be , and the same are hereby , AMENDED as described on the attached Schedule A. Section 2: All ordinances, resolutions, orders or parts thereof in conflict herewith are hereby repealed, rescinded and annulled. Section 3. Validity: The McCa ll C ity Council hereby declares that any section, paragraph, sentence or word of this ordinance as adopted and amended herein be declared for any reason to be invalid , it is the intent of the McCall City Council that it would have passed all other portions of this ordinance independent of the elimination herefrom of any portion as may be declared invalid. Section 4. Savings Clause: This ordinance does not affect an action or proceeding commenced or right accrued before this ordinance takes effect. Section 5. Date of Effect: This ordinance shall be in full force and effect January 1, 2020. PASSED AND APPROVED BY THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF McCALL IDAHO , THIS DAY OF DECEMBER 2019. Attest: By ____________ _ BessieJo Wagner, City Clerk Ord . _ Airport Zone Code Update , 2019 Approved: B y~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Jackie J. Ay mon , Mayor Page 2 ofSS SCHEDULE A Chapter 6 PUBLIC ZONES 3.6.01: PURPOSE: 3.6.02: PUBLIC ZONE USE REGULA TIONS: 3.6.03 : PUBLIC ZONE§. GE NERALDE VELOPMENT STANDARDS: J.6.(Bl: APPROVALS : 3.6.04: AIRPORT APPROACH ZONINGAND OPERATIONAL ZONES J.6.041: PURPOSE: J.6.042: SHORT TITLE: J.6.043: DEFINITIONS: J.6.044: AIRPORT ZONES: J.6.045: AIRPORT ZONE HEIGHT LIMITATIONS : J.6.046: USE RESTRICTIONS: J.6.047: AIRPORT NONCONFORMING USES: J.6.048: PERMITS: J.6.049: ENFORCEMENT: J.6.0410: APPEALS, DECISIONS OF COMMIS SION: J.6.0411: CONFLICTING REGULATIONS: J.6.0412: APPEALS, DECISIONS OF A.IRPORT M:P .. NAGER: J.6.0413: JUDICIAL REVIEW: 3.6.01: PURPOSE : i:icul tur And F:ores :A:E:-) oru : T h e AF land use d esignat ion is intende d to p rovide a designatio n for agr ic ul tu ra l ar eas , incl ud ing forest lan d s , within the c ity. Some of th ese la nd s may be he ld in publ ic own ers hip . (B ) Givic e : T he CV la nd use des ign atio n is intende d to prov id e fo r governm e nta l offices a nd other c iv ic fac iliti es . Thi s inc lu des governm enta l, cul tura l an d recreationa l fac iliti es . Mixed use is a ll owed in com bin at io n with pu bli c u ses. :Z!)ne : T he AP land use des ign ati on is in te nd ed fo r a irp ort and av iati on use by t he McCall m M uni c ip a l aA irp ort and th e s urro undi ng re la ted facilit ies and pro perti es to impl em e nt th e o bj ec ti ves of th e McCall M uni c ip a l A irp ort. See th e ai rport mMaste r pr_lan. W ithi n th e AP zo ne th ere is an A irp ort P eri m eter (APP) zone w hi c h in cludes t he land 150 feet from the interi or ed ge of th e AP zo ne. Th e A irport Intern a l (API) zone in c lud es a ll oth er land in t he AP zo ne th at is in te rn a l t o th e APP zon e. (O rd . 82 1, 2-23-2 00 6 , eff. 3 -16-2 006) Ord ._ Airport Zone Co de U pdate , 20 19 P age 3 of SS 3.6.02: PUBLIC ZONE USE REGULATIONS: (A) Permitted And Conditionally Permitted Uses: The uses identified in tiable 3.6.02, identifies the .::P.11.ermitted and Gsonditionally PQ_ermitted :Ygses Wwithin the Public Zones.,_", of this section shall be the primary uses allowed to occur on a property . All uses, e}wept for those provided for in s ub section ll.:.Ql(H), "Outdoor Display Areas", section~' "Temporary Storage And Merchandising Facilities Not To Become Permanent", of this title , and aircraft parking and light maintenance in the AP zone, shall be conducted within enclosed structures. All uses not listed in table ~ of this section require review b)' the commission and a conditional use permit. The primary uses identified in table 3 .6 .02 of this section shall be permitted or conditi onally permitted as indicated: A: Where the symbol pp ars , the use may be permitted subject to the iss uance of an a-ministrati ·tin accordance with section 3.13 .01 of this title. Where nNo symbo l, or a dash_;_, appears , tihe use is not permitted. (Ord. 821, 2-23 -2006 , eff. 3-16-2006) TABLE 3.6.02 PERMITTED AND CONDITIONALLY PERMITTED tj"SES !Allowed Use !Accessory structure > 1,5 00 square feet Aeronautical IArrricultural service establishment , ~Jl___fu:lral:strucmre [Agricultural use [Airport ( public ownership) [Animals, small farm animals !Assembly plant (light manufacturing) Camp Cemetery Church Club or lodge or social hall College or university Conference or convention center Ord . __ Airport Zone Code Update , 2019 k'\F IA ->-- C ,.D. . p C p - p C C C - C CV AP A IA -.r >-- -- - - -- -p A - -C -- p - C - C - C C C - Page 4 of SS Dwelling, caretaker for an approved use Dwelling, s in gle-family detached D we llin g unit 1 Dwelling unit local housing: Golf course and country club Hospital or clinic Hotel, motel , lodge Kenne l Large scale retail bu siness 3 Livestock facility .300 AU Manufacturing facility (light) Mixed use4•5 Mortua ry Museum Nursery, wholesale (only) Nursing faci li ty, skilled Office building or use , relating to an approved deve lopment Office, temporary construction Park, public Pit, mine , or quarry !Portable classroom !Post office or mail delivery service [Power plant Professional offices or buildings Public or quasi-public use !Public service faci li ty [Research and development facility [Restaurant [Restaurant, form ul a6 Retail , formula2 Roadside produce stand San itary landfill, restricted Schoo l, public or private , inc luding vocational Soil or water remediation Stable or riding schoo l, commercial Storage bui ldin g and yard Swimming pool , pri vate or public Temporary li vi ng quarters rTower or antenna structure, commercial rTower or antenna structure, private Warehousing fac ili ty Winery Ord . __ Airport Zone Code U pd ate , 2019 IA ~ :G C p - -C - ~ A A C C - C A - C C - IA -- - -- C - - -C C -C - C ~ - C C C p - - -A - C A C ~ ~ A C p -P C -C ~ A - -A - C C C -A C C p C C C C -C C -C C -C C -C - IA A - C A - C C C C -- C C - C C C ~ A - ~ A C C C C ~ A C --C C -- Page 5 ofSS Notes: 1. -sing us art o s~roje t. 2. See section 3 .8.18 of this title for limitations on retail , formula . 3. See subsection 3.8.02(E) of this title. 4. Residential uses are permitted in mixed use building when the primary use of the ground floor is a nonresidential use allowed in the CV zone. 5. Multi-family housing must be a part of a mixed use project. 6 . See section 3.8.17 of this title for limitations on restaurants , formula. (Ord. 875 , 5-27-2010) (B) All us es not listed in table 3.6.02 of this section shall require review by the Planning and Zoning Commission and a conditional use permit. (C) All uses. except for those allowed by subsection 3.8.0l(H), "Outdoor Display Areas ". section 3 .8 .05, "Temporary Storage and Merchandising Faci liti es not to Become Permanent", of this title. and aircraft parking and light maintenance in the AP Zone-shall be conducted within enclosed structures . 3.6.03: PUBLIC ZONE§ GENERAL DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS: The following property development standards shall apply to all land and permitted or conditionall y permitted buildings located within their respective zones: (A) Table 3 .6 .03 of this section li sts the site development identifies the dimensional standards required within the public zo nes. Chapter 10 of this tit le provides special provisions for planned developments. (B) Sidewalks , curbs and gutters may be required if specified in a development agreement as provided for in title LX of this code. (C) Fencing shall be in accordance v,•i th permitted forms for the applicable zone; see chapter 8 , "General DeYelopment Standards", of this title and title IX of this code. (D) City projects shall be built to sustainable construction standards as defined by resolution. TABLE 3.6 .03 DIMENSIONAL STANDARDS FOR PUBLIC ZONES Dimensional Standards inimum property size Ord. __ Airport Zone Co de U pdate , 2019 Page 6 ofSS Minimum lease size - -1,500 sguare feet l 0,000 sguare feet. -- Minimum street frontage n/a 50 H 75 '.-£' .\ J.J..I. .-..--'"/ Minimum setback from; (in feet)4 rr -"'......... ,,.., ,.., 1 \ \,,.&.. VJ. i..J--aa ."" 1.._._...,._,..,, ._..__. .1..VII,. ..... J.•/ 1. Arterial, collector, or 30 ft . 0 £ section line street 2. Other roadway 25 fl. 0 w 3. Property line not fronting a 50 fl. 0 +o roadway-I Maximum site coverage m 5 % 80 % :Wl00% 100% 1--~~ .L \ of structures ir Maximum height 1-4 Ein feetj 35 ft . 50_.:ft 60 ft. 60 ft. Minimum property width tifl 100_.:ft 30 ft. H ffeeB Minimum distance between 10 ft. 10 ft. structures Landscaned buffer 20 ft. Notes : I.See section 3.7 .03 , "Scenic Route Zone", of this title . 2.Setbacks abutting a residential zone are the s ame a s the re s idential zone setback applying to the subject property line. 3 .Building heights adjacent to res id ential zones shall conform to the building height stepback requirements in section 3 .8.1 4 of this title. 4 .Exception to height allov,cance as noted in chapter 7 , "Special Districts", of this title . All buildings 1.vith a height over 35 feet 1Nill require a conditional use permit and conform with the building stepback standard in chapter 8, "General DeYelopment Standards", of this title. (Ord. 864 , 2 -12-2009) B Ord . __ Airport Zo ne Code U pdate ~~~~'2019 Page 7 ofSS Chapter 7 SPECIAL DISTRICTS 3.7.01: NAVIGABLE WATER ZONE: 3.7.010: GENERAL: 3.7.011: PERMITTED USES: 3.7.012: CONDITIONAL USES : 3.7.013: PROHIBITED USES: 3.7.02: SHORELINE AND RIVER ENVIRONS ZONE: 3.7.020: PURPOSE: 3.7.021: LANDS INCLUDED: 3.7.022: PERMITTED USES: 3.7.023: REQUIREMENTS FOR DEVELOPMENT: 3.7.03: SCENIC ROUTE ZONE: 3.7.030: PURPOSE: 3.7.031: LANDS INCLUDED: 3.7.032: REQUIREMENTS FOR DEVELOPMENT: 3.7.04: PAYETTE LAKES WATER AND SEWER DISTRICT ZONES OVERLAY: 3.7.040: PURPOSE: 3.7.041: DATE OF DESIGNATION OF OVERLAY: 3.7.042: PERMITTED HOOKUP DENSITIES: 3.7.043: EXEMPTIONS: 3.7.05: McCALL MUNICIPAL AIRPORT INFLUENCE OVERLAY ZONES: 3.7.050: PURPOSE: 3.7.051: AIRPORT OPERATION PROTECTION ZONES : 3.7.01: NAVIGABLE WATER ZONE: 3.7.010: GENERAL: Ord ._ A irp ort Zo ne Cod e U pd ate , 20 19 P age 16 of 55 ) The u se of navigable waters, in addition to recreation and other public u ses shou ld recognize the littoral and riparian rights of the upland property owners adjacent to the lake and river. (C) Comp li ance with all applicable county, state and federal laws is required. (D) Project review under the procedures for a cond iti onal use permit is required for a ll proposed future uses. (Ord. 821 , 2-23-2006, eff. 3-16-2006) 3.7.011: PERMITTED USES: In addition to public uses of the public waters, all uses that are normal accessory uses to the principal u se on the adjacent upland property and within the littoral or ripar ian rights of the owners of that property are permitted uses, including the following: (B) Public and private docks. (Ord. 821, 2-23-2006, eff. 3-16-2006) 3.7.012: CONDITIONAL USES: The fo ll owing uses may be permitted in accordance w ith the procedures and standards set out in chapter 13, "Permits And App lications", of this code. (A) Commercial docks , wharves, piers and marinas. (B) Boat ramps. (C) Outdoor recreation facilities. (D) Fish pens (as an accessory , noncommercial use). (Ord. 821, 2-23-2006, eff. 3-16-2006) 3.7.013: PROHIBITED USES: The following uses are prohibited in the navigable water zone : (A) Buildings , structures, and u ses not express ly permitted in section 3.7.011 or 3.7.012 of this chapter. i-gh ang est t e .. o line. "Excessive" is defined for these purposes as a degree exceeding that generated by uses permitted in the zone in their customary manner of operation, or to a degree injurious to the public health , safety, welfare or convenience. Ord. __ Airport Zone Code Update , 2019 Page 17 ofSS (C) Di s po sal or st orage of junk, in c ludin g, w ithout limitation , ino pera ble or unli censed moto r vehicles , watercraft, u sed appliances , building and construction de bris , a uto parts, fuels an d other contaminating liquid s. (Ord. 821, 2-23-2 006 , eff. 3 -16-2006) 3.7.02: SHORELINE AND RIVER ENVIRONS ZONE: 3.7.020: PURPOSE: 3.7.021: LANDS INCLUDED : The lands between the water pool sh ore conto ur of th e named lakes a nd the hi gh wate r mark of the other named wate r bodies bel ow, and a lin e paralle l to and one hundred fifty feet (150') away from th e water poo l shore contour or hi g h water mark, exce pt on lots front in g East Lake Stre et in McCall, wh ere it shall be to Mill Road , but no more than three hundred feet (300'): (A) Payette Lake. (B) North Fork of the Payette River. (C) Little Payette Lake and tributaries . (D) Lake Fork C re ek bel ow Little Payette Lake . T he above enviro ns together w ith so much of the land below such line or high water mark as is affected by a u se addressed in this chapter. I an p rtioo o a trueru 1 itbin bi :z; e_ ~ tot :ru ur Fiai cleemee w-ithtn:th:i:s::z . Docks , landfill s, retaining wall s, and other uses addressed in this sect ion 3.7.02 sh all be deemed with in and regulated by this zo ne w ith o ut rega rd to w het her all or any part thereof a lso fa ll s with in the "nav igab le water zo ne" as defined in th is chapter. (Ord. 821 , 2-23-2006 , eff. 3-16-2006) 3.7.022: PERMITTED USES: All those uses permitted in the underl y in g zones up on w hi ch this zone is sup erimp osed sha ll be permitted , provi ded the y sat isfy the specia l co nditi ons set forth in th is chapter, exce pt that: Ord . __ A irp ort Zone Co de U pdate ___ _,20 19 Page 18 of 55 (A) Open storage of anything but firewood or water oriented recreational equipment (no automobiles or off highway vehicles) on the lake front side of the residence shall not be permitted . (B) No building and no land filling shall be permitted within a floodway and no building within an area of special flood hazard as such terms are defined in title IX, chapter 8, "Flood Control Regu lations (Overlay)", of this code , unless the applicant complies with the standards set forth in that chapter. (C) Any structure, wholly or partially within this zone, which may be visib le from the water bodies , and any part of which is within the one hundred fifty foot (150') land strip as specified in section 3. 7 .021 of this chapter, is subject to design review and approval under chapter 16 , "Design Review", of this title, notwithstanding that portions of the structure are not on land that is within this zone . (Ord. 821 , 2-23-2006 , eff. 3-16-2006) 3.7 .023: REQUIREMENTS FOR DEVELOPMENT: (B) Permit Criteria: No conditional use or building permit shall be issued , nor is an y development, grading, or a lteration of any land within this zone permitted , unless the applicant establishes to the satisfaction of the commission and council in the case of a conditional use , or of the administrator in the case of a building permit, that: 1. The proposed development meets all applicable requirements of this title and title IX of this code. 2. The plans accurately identify the water pool shore contours and high water marks , which , in the case of river environs , shall mean the limits of the area of special flood hazard. 3 . A letter is on fi le from a specialist certified by the United States army corps of engineers wetlands expert that certifies that no wetlands related is s ues or issues related to fill of navigable waters issues were presented by the proposed development ; or that a section 404 permit has been issued or is forthcoming by the corps of engineers , whichever is appropriate, city approval(s) under this title and title IX of this code are contingent upon all applicable section 404 permit requirements being met; if a permit requirement is not met, the city may revoke its approval(s) under this title and title IX of this code. 4. The requirements of the underlying zone are met. 5. The fifty foot (50') building setback line is met per subsection (C)3(c) of this section. Ord . __ Airport Z o ne Code Update , 2019 Page 19 ofSS 6. Proof of stormwater certification training has been provided by the individual applying for the building permit. (Ord. 864, 2-12-2009) (C) Development: 1. (a) Water quality. (b) Fish and aquatic habitats . (c) Wetlands . Ieration or, acti:v:i (d) Significant w ildli fe habitat harboring any threatened or endangered species. 2. Harm Defined: "Harm" for these purposes means: IC (b) The excessive clearing of natural vegetation or change of natural landforms within the area between the water pool shore contour or high water mark and the fifty foot (50') building setback line ; ( d) The filling or dredging of lake bottom or wetlands; (e) The erection of v isual barriers between the lake or river and the roads on the uplands, beyond the extent reasonably necessary for an owner's usage of the land for a permitted use; or Ord. __ Airport Zone Code U pdate , 2019 Page 20 ofSS (f) The creation of any other condition which would be inconsistent with best management practices under, or threaten a violation of, state and federal storm and melt water regulatory programs to which the city is subject, or fail otherwise to be consistent with other city programs in these regards , all as established to the satisfaction of the city . 3. Improvements: (a) The owner shall appl y for appro v al under the provisions of chapter 10 , "Planned U nit Development", of this title, if the owner wishes to construct, in whole or part on the land within the zone , any improvements other than: (1) A single-family residence ; and/or (2) Accessory structures commonly associated with dwellings , such as garage s or toolsheds; however, (3) The application for a building permit for such a dwelling or accessory structure must be accompanied by a site plan demonstrating that no "harm", as defined above , is threatened by the construction ; and construction in accord with that site plan shall be a condition of the permit issuance. (b) The application shall be evaluated against the standards set out in subsections (C) 1 and (C)2 of this section , except that improvements discussed in subsection (C)4 and the following subsections of this section s hall be evaluated against the standards in those subsections . (Ord . 821 , 2-23-2006 , eff. 3-16-2006) ( c) All structures other than those addressed by subsection (C)4 and the following subsections of this section regardless of underl y ing zone shall e bac fifu fi '50' rom t e a € ateFpee heFe-eentour: ano fifcy eet{SD'):from the str ming w:ate ark (see definition of "structure" in section 3.2.02 of this title). Fencing greater than thirty inches (30") shall not extend below such fifty foot (50') setback from the lake water pool shore contour or stream high water mark, and access along the beach below such lake water pool shore contour or stream high water mark shall be unobstructed , except as otherwise provided in the approval of an applicable conditional use or variance. ublic alkwa to t e atemont:; ancl pruzat walkways no xcee in elg t ee (8' ·n :w.1.a o like u me ftom the area of upland structures , are permitted. Setbacks shall be measured along a line perpendicular to a line tangent to the nearest point so determined on the lake water pool shore contour or stream high water mark, without regard to the spatial relationship between that nearest point and any boundary lines of the lot in question . (Ord . 880 , 9-23-2010) (d) Additionally, development in commercial zones , including buildings , parking areas , and sidewalks , shall not c o ver more than eighty percent (80 %) of the total area of the lot or parcel; except in the central business district z o ne where the total lot coverage may be up to ninety five percent (95%), with not less than the remaining five percent (5%) maintained in landscaping. Ord . __ Airport Zone Code U pd ate ----~'2019 Page 21 of 55 ( e) Maximum height of any structure is thirty five feet (35'). 4. Private And Pub lic Docks And Piers: Private and public docks and piers shall : (a) Require a bui lding permit from the city in addition to the permits required by the state department of lands, or other authorities having jurisdiction. (b) Be used to provide access to boats. (c) Be floating or held on pilings. (d) Be built with chemically inert materials ; and foam materials shall be fully enclosed. (e) Not be constructed in whole or part by or in association with excavation or dredging, unless a conditional use permit has first been issued. 5. Commercial Marinas: Commercial marinas are a conditional use and shall meet all requirements in subsection (A) of this section , and in addition shall: (a) Provide an environmental assessment which addresses the issues identified by the commission and/or city staff during the required preapplication consultation. for (c) Meet all other building code and environmental requirements. 6. Commercial Docks And Piers: Commercial docks and piers ar onditional e and shall meet requirements in subsection (A) of this section and shall meet all other building code and environmental requirements. 7. Retaining Walls And Similar Construction: Retaining walls and similar construction to arrest erosion shall be permitted and shall: (a) Be at or above the higher of: (1) The ordinary high water mark for purposes of this title to land , as determined by the Idaho department of lands; or (2) The lake water pool shore contour; and not involve fill above original , natural grade and contour at the location, unless a different location, and/or different fill, is approved by the commission as a conditional use , and is also declared by it to be beneficial to the public and the environmental qualities of the shoreline; and unless that different location is also permitted by other governmental authorities having jurisdiction; provided, however, that fill may be added directly behind a retaining wall to an extent not greater than eighteen inches (18") above original , natural grade at the wall , and blended back Ord . __ Airport Zone Code Update , 2019 Page 22 ofSS into the natural slope . "Original", for purposes of this subsection , means existing historically within the prior two (2) years. (b) Be constructed of reinforced native rock and/or concrete. (c) Not be painted. (d) Be set at such a depth to prevent movement of backfill materials into the water, and at such a depth set and reinforced to the extent to prevent frost heaving and other natural structural deterioration. 8. Breakwater And Similar Construction: Breakwater and similar construction shall : (a) Conform to the structural standards required by the U.S. corps of engineers, and must be approved in writing by the Idaho department of lands and by the planning commission as a conditional use. (b) Be floating , and sha ll not extend more than one foot (l ') above the surface of the lake ; and shall be lit or marked as required by the state ofldaho . (Ord. 821 , 2-23-2006 , eff. 3-16-2006) 3.7.03: SCENIC ROUTE ZONE: 3.7.030: PURPOSE: 3.7.031: LANDS INCLUDED: (A) One hundred fifty foot (150') w id e strips of land bounded by the right of way lines of the following named streets , and by lines parallel to and one hundred fifty feet (150') away from such right of way lin es , together with any right of way not part of the roadway: 1. State Highway 55 , from the southern boundary to the northern boundary of the impact area (Third Street and Lake Street). 2 . East Side Road and East Side Drive from Lick Creek Road to Warren Wagon Road. 3. Warren Wagon Road to the northern boundary of the area of city impact. 4. Lick Creek Road from the intersection of Spring Mountain Boulevard east to the eastern boundary of the impact area. 5. Spring Mountain Boulevard from Deinhard Lane to Lick Creek Road. Ord. __ Airport Zone Code U pdate , 2019 Page 23 of55 6.~:;!!!!W:St;t;lan.e:m rn n t (Highway 55) to Spring Mountain Boulevard and fl ----=-~- -~t~0 --0ydstun rtreet. 7. Boydstun Street from Deinhard Lane to West Lake Street (Highway 55). 8 . Mission Street and Norwood Road to boundary of the area of city impact. 9. West Mountain Road, including the proposed eastward extension to Boydstun Street or Deinhard Lane, extended to the western or southern boundary of the area of city impact. (B) Any structure or a portion thereof which may be visible when traveling along the roadways designated above and any part of which is located on a lot any portion of which is within one hundred fifty feet (150') of the nearest right of way line of a road named in this section or designated pursuant to this section; such a structure is subject to design review and approval under chapter 16, "Design Review", of this title, notwithstanding that portions of the structure are not on land that is within this zone. (Ord. 848 , 2-12-2008) 3.7.032: REQUIREMENTS FOR DEVELOPMENT: Prior to the issuance of a building permit, and prior to any clearing, grubbing, excavation, or other construction (including removal of any existing structures or improvements), th b ply n e tgn lt appro a ccmdance ·1 r c clur m1tlin in chapter 1§ of this title, which application shall include a site plan. A building permit shall neither be issued , nor any such work or construction undertaken , until approval of the site plan and design approval of proposed structures. (A) Materials Provided By Applicant: The applicant shall furnish graphic or pictorial material sufficient to indicate the nature of an y proposed development or improvement to include signing and landscaping, and an indication of obscured v iews , if an y. (B) Commission Determination: The co mmission shall ascertain whether the proposed development, improvement or use will: 2. Be compatible (in terms of setback, bulk, hei g ht , design, finish materials , signing and landscaping) with its immediate surroundings and the desired visual quality of the scenic route. Ord . __ Airport Zone Code U pdate ----~'2019 Page 24 of 55 1. Adjacent to , or within, three hundred feet (300') of a street intersection , the setback will be ten feet ( 1 O'). 2. Otherwise, the setback will be thirty five feet (35'). (F) Access Roads: 1. Access roads in subdivisions and re s ubdi v isions platted after March 16 , 2006, will be kept to a minimum. Every subdivision platted after March 16 , 2006, shall provide an interior roadway providing access to each lot, which interior roadway shall connect to the scenic route at a single point of access, as is the case with Lucks Point Subdivision, for example , except as the fire chief may require an additional access. The intersections of any two (2) access roads with the scenic route in the impact area and any portion of the planning jurisdiction that was in the impact area on March 16 , 2006, shall be no closer than one thousand feet (1 ,000') to each other. Where the entire frontage of a parcel on the scenic route on March 16, 2006, is less than one thousand feet (1 ,000') from the intersection of it s s ide boundaries with the ri g ht of way , and if an agreement with adjacent property owners for a common property line point of access is not reached after bona fide effort, that shorter distance between intersections is permitted which is consistent with a minimization of points of access. Direct driveway access shall be discouraged to the scenic route in the impact area. 2. Inside the city limits within existing subdivisions where individual lots with scenic route right of way as a lot boundary cannot obtain access to the public road from a road interior to the subdivision, direct access onto the scenic route may be allowed ; provided, that the driveway distances in the applicable zone shall apply. In such cases , common driveways on common lot lines , thus two (2) dri veway accesses per four (4) lots , may be required. (Gj I aths. Some or all of the routes listed in sectio n 3.7.031 of this chapter are designated by the parks and recreation master plan (also see the "McCall area pathways master plan") iike th Jk r other::recreationat o f ng atongsl! e , o as Q f. seenic rou . Where such designation exists, the commission shall assist in the effectuation of the master plans by the exaction ofrecreational easements or dedication of additional right of way or other techniques to ensure a continuous route for such uses. In all cases , the city must show that s uch exaction is roughly proportional to the impacts of the development and that the conditions for implementing portions of the bike paths are to be based upon an individualized determination for each development that the conditions are related to both the nature and extent of such Ord. __ Airport Zone Code U pdate --~~'2019 Page 25 ofSS impacts. Digital data for easements shall be provided according to the digital data submittal standards policy. (H) For Sale: Alon the scenic route, ve i le"'.-o1""r1~,r.+h-, at utstde o bu-Hding 1c1-n cu ant O' e property is an authorized dealer of merchandise that is co nsi stent with the primary business and has obtai ned approval from the administrator. The owner or occupant of property along the scenic route may display his or her own vehicle or other personal prope rty for sale on his or her own premises. (Ord . 902, 7-12- 2012) 3.7.04: PAYETTE LAKES WATER AND SEWER DISTRICT ZONES OVERLAY: 3.7.040: PURPOSE: The purpose of the Payette Lakes recreational water and sewer district overlay is to conform the use and development of lands so designated to the grant conditions imposed by the U.S. environmental protection agency in conjunction w ith the funding provided by such agency to the Payette Lakes recreational water and sewer district for the co nstruction of the district's facilities , including the expansion and rehabilitation of certain facilities owned by the city. (B) This section 3.7.04 implements such agreement, and further provides for zoning enforc ement of the district's requirements within the impact area. (Ord. 821 , 2-23-2006, eff. 3-16-2006) 3.7.041: DATE OF DESIGNATION OF OVERLAY: Land which was with in the boundaries of the Payette Lakes water and sewer district as of June 7 , 1977, and which is a lso within the boundaries of the city , is designated to be within the Payette Lakes water and sewer district (overlay) zone. (Ord. 821, 2-23-2006 , eff. 3-16-2006) 3.7.042: PERMITTED HOOKUP DENSITIES: Ord . __ Airport Zone Code U pdate , 2019 Page 26 ofSS building permit shall be issued unl ess such a sewer service connection permit has been issued simultaneously. (Ord . 821 , 2 -23-2006, eff. 3-16-2006) 3.7.043: EXEMPTIONS: In the event the land in question is not actually serviced by the Payette Lakes water and sewer district in that no sewer lines are physically or legally accessible within the three hundred foot (300') serv ice criteria, even though the sewer district's de sign density map standards qualify such land for some number of hookups, the applicant, upon demonstrating such inaccessibility , may seek the necessary hookup approvals through the city rather than the district. (Ord. 821, 2-23-2006, eff. 3-16-2006) 3.7.05: McCALL MUNICIPAL AIRPORT INFLUENCE OVERLAY ZONES: 3.7.050: PURPOSE: The purpose of the McCall Municipal Airport Influence Overlay Zones is to implement the goa ls and policies of the McCall Area Comprehensive Plan and the McCall M unicipal A irp ort Master Plan: (A) To pro actively protect the health. safety and general we lfare and property of the users of the airport and the property and inhabitants in the airport vicin ity; (B) To operate. maintain. and develop the McCall Municipal Airport to ensure safe and efficient aero nautical faci liti es for all aviation users per City a nd FAA standard s and requirements and in manner that it remains a safe neighbor to surround in g land uses; and C airctaft noise . 3.7.051: AIRPORT OPERATION PROTECTION ZONES: Ord. __ Airport Zone Code U pdate ~~~~'2019 Page 27 ofSS (C~ ~s: The various zones are hereby established and defined as follows: 1. :wa illon-EF G-i J-0:H-l-a trument F0ach Zone: The inner ed e of this a roach zone coinc1 es with the width of the primary surface and is five hundred feet (500') wide. The approach zone expands outward uniformly to a width of two thousand feet (2,000') at a horizontal distance of five thousand feet (5,000') from the primary surface. Its centerline is the continuation of the centerline of the runway. 2 . ..li W@fl ne: The horizontal zone is establi s hed by swinging arcs of five thousand feet (5,000') radii from the center of each end of the primary surface of each runway and connecting the adjacent arcs by drawing lines tangent to those arcs. The horizontal zone does not include the approach and transitional zones. l om al · ne: The conical zone is established as the area that commences at the periphery of the horizontal zone and extend s outward there from a horizontal distance of four thousand feet ( 4,000'). (D),Cigti EfmM tions : No structure shall be erected, altered, or maintained, and no tree shall be allowed to grow in any zone created by this section to a height in excess of the applicable height limit herein established for such zone. Such applicable height limitations are hereby established for each of the zones in question as follows: L t:ricy Runway on ec1s1on strument A ppro ch Zone : Slopes thirty-four feet (34') outward for each foot upward beginning at the end of and at the same elevation as the primary surface and extending to a horizontal distance of five thousand feet (5,000') along the extended runway centerline . 2. s1t1on ones: a . Slope seven feet (7') outward for each foot upward beginning at the sides of and at the same elevation as the primary surface and the approach surface, and extending to a height of one hundred fifty feet (150') above the airport elevation which is five thousand twenty one feet (5,021 ') above mean sea level. b . Height limits sloping seven feet (7') outward for each foot upward beginning at the sides of and at the same elevation as the approach surface and extending to where they intersect the conical surface . c . Where the precision instrument runway approach zone projects beyond the conical zone, there are established height limits sloping seven feet (7') outward for each foot upward beginning at the sides of and at the same elevation as the approach surface, and extending a horizontal distance of ten thousand feet (l 0,000') measured at ninety degree (90 °) angles to the extended runway centerline. l onzontal ne : Established at one hundred fifty feet (150') above the airport elevation or at a height of five thousand one hundred seventy-one feet (5,171 ') above mean sea level. Ord . __ Airport Zone Code U pdate , 2019 Page 28 of 55 4. nical one: Slopes twenty feet (20') outward for each foot upward beginning at the periphery of the horizontal zone and at one hundred fifty feet (150') above the airport e levation and extending to a height of three hundred fifty feet (350') above the airport elevation . (E) Use Restrictions : 1. 2 . (F) Permits Required 1. topographic features, such tree or structure would extend above the height limits prescribed for such zones. c. In the areas lying within the limits of the transition zones beyond the perimeter of the horizontal zone, no permit shall be required for any tree or structure less than Page 29 of55 Ord . __ Airport Zone Code Update , 2019 2 . seventy five feet (75') of vertical hei ght above the ground, except whe n such tree or structure, because of terrain, land contour, or topographic features, wo uld extend above the height limit prescribed for such transition zones. d. Nothing co ntain ed in any of the forgoing exceptions shall be construed as permitting or intending to permit any construction, or alterat ion of any structure, or growth of any tree in excess of any of the height limits estab lished by this section except as set forth in section 3.7.051D of this chapter. app lic ation shall be sent to the McCall Municipal Airport Manager for a recommendation prior to action by the Planning and Zoning Commission. Page 30 ofSS Ord . __ Airport Zone Co de U pdate , 20 19 Chapter 2 DEFINITIONS 3.2.01: INTERPRETATION OF TERMS OR WORDS: 3.2.02 : MEANINGS OF TERMS OR WORDS: 3.2.01: INTERPRETATION OF TERMS OR WORDS: For the purpose of t hi s title, certa in term s or words used herein shall be interpreted as follows: (A) The word " n" includes an association , partnership, trust, joint venture, syndicate, or corporation, as well as an individual , and any other legal p erson capable of owning land. (B) The present tense in c lude s the future and past tense ; the singular number includes the plural , and the plural number includes the sing ular; and the masculine, femi nine, and neuter genders include each other. (C) The word indic (D) The words "used" or "occupied" includ e the words "intended , designed or arranged t o be used or occ upi ed". (O rd . 821 , 2-23-2006, eff. 3-16-2006) 3.2.02: MEANINGS OF TERMS OR WORDS: ACCESSORY USE, BUILDING, OR STRUCTURE: A use , building, or structure o n the same lot w ith , and of a nature customarily incidental and subordinat e to , the principal use , building, or structure . An accessory structure is outside the building roofline of the principal residence. ADMINISTRATOR: e i anager, or in the event the city manager chooses to d e legate that authority, that official who is appointed by the c ity manager to administe r this title. ADULT ENTERTAINMENT ESTABLISHMENT: A commercial establi shment intended for the entertainment of adu lts, to the exclus ion of minors, which offers sexuall y oriented e ntertainm ent, s uch as an adult arcade, adult bookstore, ad ult novelty store, adult v id eo store, adult cabaret, adult motel, adult motion picture theater, adu lt theater, escort agency, seminud e model stu di o, or sexual e ncounter center. hl sc he<iul d or nonscheduiec:Laii: carrier serviees Ord. __ Airport Zone Co de Update , 2019 Page 31 of 55 ill Aircraft rental and sightseeing fil Aerial photography fl Crop dusting g} Aerial advertising and surveying hl Aircraft sales and service i) Aircraft storage j} Sale of aviation petroleum products kl Repair and maintenance of aircraft (includes paint, upholstery, engine, propeller, avionics, instrument and airframe) 12 Sale of aircraft parts m} Parachute activities ill Ultralight activities Q} Sport pilot activities p} Military flight operations g} General and corporate aviation !} Flying clubs fil US Forest Service flight operations and training !} General Aviation Terminal !!2 Airport support buildings and equipment including airport administration, fire station, airport equipment/vehicle storage, control tower (permanent and temporary), navigational aids/lighting vaults, and other airport equipment. AFFECTED PERSON: One having an interest in real property which may be adversely affected by the issuance or denial of a permit, or zoning map amendment under this title. AGRICULTURAL STRUCTURE: Any structure (see definition of Structure) that is related to or used in the science, business or art of cultivating soil , producing crops, and/or raising livestock. AGRICULTURAL USE: The science, business or art of cultivating soil , producing crops, and/or raising livestock. Ord. __ Airport Zone Code Update , 2019 Page 32 ofSS AGRICULTURE AND FOREST: The use of land for farming , dairying, pasturage, agriculture, horticulture , floriculture , vit iculture , si lviculture, animal and poultry husbandry and the necessary accessory uses for packing, treating , or storing the product ; provided , however, that the operation of any such accessory uses shall be secondary to that of normal agricultural activities. "Agricu lture" does not include confined anima l feeding operations. AIRPORT: Any runway , land area or other facility designed or used , other than for an emergency, either publicly or privately, by any person for the landing and the taking off of aircraft, includin g all necessary taxi1,vays , aircraft storage and tie down areas , hangars and other necessary' buildings. 1i e McCall munici . aJ.ai ort. APPLICANT: One who files an application under this title. The applicant must be the owner of the subject property , or a person who has written permission from the owner to make an application in the name of the owner. APPLICATION: A document submitted to the commission conforming to the requirements of this title app lying for a permit or approval under this title. AREA DEVELOPMENT PLAN: A plan encompassing all contiguous parcels contro ll ed by the same owner, which includes: (A) Legal description of contiguous parcels. (B) Name(s) of owner(s) of contiguous parcels. (C) Streets, whether public or private. (D) Water main lines and sewer main lines . (E) Other utilities including power, telephone, cable , etc. (F) Parks, if required under this title. Ord . __ Airport Zone Code U pdate , 2019 Page 33 of SS CITY: The area within the corporate city limits of the city of McCall , and the government thereof. CITY ENGINEER: An employee of or contractor to the city who is a registered professional engineer responsible for advising the city as to infrastructure design, mapping, code issues, planning, plat review and other related tasks. CITY STANDARDS: Those standards for improvements as set forth in the city of McCall improvement standard drawings , etc ., as adopted by the city council. CLINIC: A building used for the care , diagnosis and treatment of sick, ailing , infirm or injured persons and those who are in need of medical and surgical attention but which building does not provide board (outpatient only). CLUB: A building, or a portion thereof, primarily for the exclusive use of members and their guests , owned or operated by an association of, but not including any organization, group or association , the principal activity of which is to render a service usually and ordinarily carried on as a business. CLUSTER DEVELOPMENT: A subdivision or other development planned and constructed so as to group structures or lots into relatively concentrated and contiguous areas while providing a unified network of open space , wooded area, recreational , or agricultural land. COMMERCIAL COACH: A manufactured structure designed to be used for commercial and other nonresidential purposes , which bears the label of the department of labor and industrial services , building bureau . The label shall designate the unit's plan approval number, occupancy group classification and type of constructions specified in the international building code. COMMERCIAL PROJECT: A structure or development that , after completion, would be devoted to commercial or business purposes. COMMISSIO : The city or county planning and zoning commission , one or the other having jurisdiction. COMMON OWNERSHIP: The joint and simultaneous ownership of a piece of property (a common area) by the owners of separate parcels or units; for example, within a condominium or PUD development. COMMUNITY HOUSING GUIDELINES : Guidelines adopted by the city, county and other local jurisdictions which delineate authority , policies , procedures , and reporting methods for managing community housing. COMPREHENSIVE PLAN: A plan , or any portion thereof, adopted by the board and/or council affecting land within the planning jurisdiction, and including such things as the general location and extent of present and proposed physical facilities including housing, industrial and commercial uses, major transportation , parks , schools and other community facilities. Ord . __ Airport Zone Code Update , 2019 Page 36 ofSS CONCLUSIO S OF LAW: That part of a decision document which relates found facts to appl icable provisions of this title. See Idaho Code section 67-6535 . CONDITIONAL USE: A special or conditional use , as defined in Idaho Code title 67 , chapter 65 , permitted within a zo ne under a permit approved by the council. Conditional uses authorized to be permitted in each zone are listed in the chapter relating to that zone. CONDOMINIUM: An estate consisting of: a) an undivided interest in common in real property , an interest or interests in real property , or any combination thereof, together with b) a separate interest in real property , in an interest or interests in real property, or a combination thereof. Condominium development within the city of McCall and its area of impact is subject to title IX, "Subdivision And Development", of this code, and shall be developed in accordance with section 9.2 .08 of this code . See Idaho Code section 55-lOlB, as amended . CONDOMINIUM AREA: The entire project excepting all units. CONDOMINIUM PROPERTY: The land described in the declaration recorded pursuant to Idaho Code section 55-1505, together with every building , improvement or structure thereon, and every easement or right appurtenant thereto , and all personal property intended for use in connection therewith or for the use , benefit or enjoyment of the condominium owners. CONDOMINIUM UNIT: The separate interest in a condominium. CONFINED ANIMAL FEEDING OPERATION (CAFO): Involve d in the feeding or holding of animals or poultry, including, but not limited to , horse , cattle, sheep, or swine feeding areas , dairy confinement areas , s lau ghterhouse or shipping terminal holding pens , poultry and egg production facilities and fur farms. The buildings , pens , o r lot s urfaces have been prepared with concrete , rock, or other material to support animals in wet weather . They have wastewater treatment facilities or discharge waste into adjacent water bodies. The facility does not produce crops , forage , vegetation , or provide pasture for the animals. CONTAINER: A garbage can, dumpster or any other kind of storage device customarily sold or rented for use as a temporary storage of waste matter and lawfu ll y located on the property in question . CONTRACTOR STORAGE YARD: Area used for the storage of equipment and material used in contractor's business . CONVENIENCE STORE (NEIGHBORHOOD CONVENIENCE STORE): Any retail establishment offering for sale prepackaged food products , hou se hold items , and other limited goo ds and having a gross floor area of les s than four thousand (4 ,000) s quare feet. Ord. __ Airport Zone Code U pd ate , 2019 Page 37 of SS CORNER VISION: Those areas near intersections of roadways and motor vehicle access points where a clear field of vision is necessary for traffic safety. COUNCIL: The city council of the city of McCall. COUNTY SURVEYOR: The professional land surveyor appointed by the county pursuant to Idaho Code section 50-1305 to check plats and computations thereon. DAYCARE: See definition of Care Center. DECK: An unenclosed flat floored area, whether roofless or covered , whether on one level or multiple levels , adjoining or used in conjunction with a building; the term includes porches , and patios ; a fully enclosed porch is considered a room of the dwelling . DEDICATION, DEDICATE: The setting apart of land or interests in land for use by the public, and unless otherwise stated in the document making the dedication , the legal equivalent of a deed in fee simple determinable for the purposes evident, for ex ample, streets, and other utilities and the purposes reasonably implied. "Dedicate" is the verb transitive for the making of a dedication. DENSITY: A unit of measurement; the number of dwelling units per acre of land. (A) Gross Density: The number of dwelling units per acre of total land area, including street rights of way within the land and one-half(' h ) of the abutting rights of way. (B) Net Density: The number of dwelling units per acre of land when the acreage involved is computed excluding street rights of way. DEVELOPMENT: Any construction or activity that changes the ex isting character or use of land upon which such construction or activity occurs. DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT: A contract or agreement between the city and a developer or developers in accordance with Idaho Code section 67-651 lA. DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS: That official of the city who is responsible for the administration of the public utilities and streets within the city and whose responsibilities include review of plats, maps and surveys for compliance with this title . DOCK: Any structure extending from dry land into , upon , or over a body of water, providing moo rage for watercraft and/or access to the body of water. "Dock" includes landing pier and wharf, and includes the means of access and egress to and from the dry land . DOMESTIC LIVESTOCK: Animals such as , but not limited to , horses , cows , goats , rabbits, poultry, pigs, sheep or other typical farm animals and may include mink, chinchillas and such animals raised for pelts. Ord . __ Airport Zone Code U pdate ---~'2019 Page 38 of 55 DOUBLE FRONTAGE LOT: A lot other than a corner lot having frontage on two (2) parallel or approximately parallel streets. DRIVEWAY: A nondedicated vehicular access constructed on private property providing access to not more than five (5) residential dwelling units. DUPLEX: See definition of Dwelling, Two Family. DWELLING, MULTI-FAMILY: A dwelling consisting of three (3) or more dwelling units including townhouses, condominiums, and apartments, with varying arrangements of entrances. DWELLING, ROOMING HOUSE (BOARDING HOUSE, DORMITORY, BED AND BREAKFAST): A dwelling or part thereof, other than a hotel , motel or restaurant, where lodging and, occasionally, meals are provided for compensation for three (3) o r more unrelated persons, where no cooking or dining facil ities are provided in the indiv idual rooms. DWELLING, SHORT TERM RENTAL: A residence , including single-family or a multi-family unit, which is rented for the purpose of overnight lodging for compensation, money, rent or other bargained for consideration for a period of one or more day s and not more than thirty (3 0) consecutive days. Short term renta ls are also commonly referred to as tourist or vacat ion rentals. Short term rentals with occupancy of twenty (20) persons or m ore within residential zones shall require a conditional use permit. DWELLING, SINGLE-FAMILY: A dwelling consisting of a single dwelling unit only, separated from other dwelling units by open space; when considered in the context of enforcement of restrictions , any space so used . DWELLING UNIT: Living, dining, sleeping room or rooms , storage closets, as well as space and equipment for cooking, bathing and toilet facilities , of a size and configuration suitable for use by only one family and its household employees; when considered in the context of enforcement of restrictions , any space so used . DWELLING UNIT, ACCESSORY: A re si dential dwelling located on the same property as a principal dwelling unit either within or attached to that is secondary and incidental to the principal residence or in a detached structure that provides basic Building Code requirements for sleeping, eating, cooking and sanitation. DWELLING UNIT, LOCAL HOUSING: DWELLING UNIT, PRINCIPAL : A dwe lling unit which serves as the principal or primary dwelling for a household , as opposed to a guest home or accessory dwell ing. Ord. __ Airport Zone Code Up date , 2019 Page 39 ofSS EASEMENT: A property interest (less than a fee simple estate) which an entity has in land owned by another, entitling the holder of the interest to limited use or enjoyment of the other's land , such as for a driveway, installation of utili ty lin es, or the like , the purpose of which shall be designated and placed on the plat as appropriate. Plats shall show the entity to which the easement has been granted. EFFECTIVE DATE OF THE APPLICABLE REGULATIONS: The effective date of the first pertinent ordinance ever adopted by the city. "Pertinent ordinance" means , for examp le with respect to a nonconforming use , the first ordinance which prohibited that use on that land , whic h ordinance (and its successors) has continued in effect to the time as of which the legality of the use needs to be determined. ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT: The criti cal appraisal of the likely effects of a propo se d project, activity, or policy on the environment, both positive and negative . EXCAVATION: See chapter 70 of the international building code. EXTERIOR: Those o ut side portions of a structure, landscape, or lot that are visible from a public right of way or an adjacent property. FENCE: A hedge, structure, or partition , erected for the purpose of enclosing or delineating a piece of land , or to divide a piece of land into distinct portions or ownerships. FINDINGS OF FACT: That part of a decision document which sets out those facts in evidence found by the fact finder, and which the fact finder believes are necessary and material to their decision. See Idaho Code section 67-6535. FOOTPRINT: The area of the lot which is within the perimeter created by a vertical extension to the groun d of the exterior walls of all enclosed portions of a building, including all attached structures, decks , porches , and accessory annexes. GARAGE, REPAIR : A building designed and used for the storage, care, repair, or refinishing of motor veh icl es including both minor and major mechanical overhauling, paint and body work. GARAGE, RESIDENTIAL: A building designed and used for the storage and care of motor vehicles owned by the property owner or guests. GROUND FLOOR: The floor of a building with a principal e ntrance w hich faces the street to which the building ad dress is ass igned. HARDSHIP: As applied to a request for a var iance, an act of depriving an owner of a property the opportunity to use that property to the reasonable use because of some feature or condition of the property . Ord . __ A irp ort Zone Co de Update , 2019 Page 40 of SS : An obstruction determined to have a su bstantial adverse effect on the safe and effic ient ut ili zation of the nav igab le airs pace. HEALTH AUTHORITY OR HEALTH DEPARTMENT: That office of the Central district health department having approval jurisdiction over land development within the city , such as: location and engineering for septic systems ; water systems (wel ls and distribution); review of subdivision plats , etc. HEIGHT, AIPORT: For t he purpose of determi n ing t he he ight limits in all zones set forth in sect ion 3 .6 .05 and s hown on the zoning map, the datum shall be mean sea level elevat ion unless otherwise spec ified . HEIGHT, BUILD ING: Building height shall be measured vertically from any po int on a proposed or existing bui lding e lement to the existing grade prior to construction d irect ly below said point on a proposed or existing building e lement. (The highest to lowest measurement at any given vertical structure line.) ·-· ··--... -. -.. -. ··-· .... :--MAX BUILDING HE lG HT io i (':>! ........ I PROPOSED BUILDrNG HEIGHT DETERMINATION Ord . __ Airport Zone Code Update , 2019 . MEAS URED 1/ERTICALL Y ,,t,'' \ FROM R OO F TC' EXISTING GRADE S TRUCTURE LI ,/' / ,·· _,. MOD1f'I EO GRAD E EXI STING GRAD F. '· PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION Page 41 of 55 Excl uded from the height measurement are: antennas (approved), roof stair access enclosures/projections, cupo la s , chimneys (up to 10 feet a bove the highest point of the roof surface), steep les , and sp ir es. HEIGHT, FENCE OR SCREEN : The vertica l distance measured from the existing grade prior to construct ion to the to p of the fence. For the purpose of applying height regulations , the average height of the fence a lon g any unbroken run may be used , provided the height at any point is not more than ten percent (10%) greater than that permitted by this title. HOME OCCUPATION: A business conducted within a dwelling unit, which activity is clearly incidental to the use of the residence as a dwelling and does not change th e residential c haracter thereof, is conducted in such a manner as to not give any outward appearance of a bus in ess in the ordinary meaning of the term , a nd does not in fringe upon the right of neighboring residents to enjoy a peaceful occ upan cy of their homes for wh ich purpose the residential zone was created and primarily intended . HOTEL OR MOTEL: A building in which lodging or boarding and lodging are provided and offered to the public for compensation. The term does not include a "dwe lling , rooming house" or "dwelling, short term rental" (see definition of Dwelling, Rooming Ho u se (Boarding House , D orm itory , Bed And Breakfast) or Dwelling, Short Term Rental in this sect ion). HOUSEHOLD: One or more persons related by blood , marriage , legal adoption or guardianship , plus not more than five (5) additional persons w ho li ve together in one dwelling unit; or one or more handicapped persons as defin ed in the fair ho using amendments act of 1988 , with amendments , plus not more than five (5) additional persons , who live together in one dwelling unit. INDUSTRY, EXTRACTIVE: Any mining, quarrying, ex cav ating, processi ng , storing, separatin g , cleaning or marketing of any mineral natural resource ; "m in era l" for these purposes also includi ng the so call ed "common varieties" of earth materials. INFRASTRUCTURE: The facil iti es , properties , s up ports an d utilities whi ch provide serv ices. INSTITUTION: Building and /or land designed for educational services (school) or to aid indiv idual s in need of m enta l, therapeutic, rehabi litative , counseling, correctional, or like serv ices. JUNK: Any kind of liquid or so lid waste when kept under objective ly bona fide claim that the same may be of future u se as is, as repaired , for parts, or as recycled ; including , without limitati on , Ord . __ Ai rp ort Zone Code Update , 2019 Page 42 ofSS trash or refuse of any kind , litter, commercial waste, industrial or construction or demolition debris of any kind , such as rubble , broken asphalt and concrete, crates, cartons, metal , glass; appliances or appliance shells, vehicle bodies and parts , and inoperable or damaged vehicles, and any castoff tangible personal property or fixtures; where kept without any such claim of future use, such material constitute s waste material prohibited under title V of this code. JUNK BUILDINGS , JUNK SHOPS, JUNKYARDS: Any land , property , structure, building or combination of the same, on which junk is stored or processed , including, but not limited to, recycling facilities. KENNEL: Any lot or premises, on which three (3) or more domesticated animals more than six (6) months of age are bred , boarded , trained or sold. LARGE SCALE RETAIL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT: A development that is proposed to consist of any structure designed with a footprint larger than forty thousand (40,000) square feet for any one retail establishment. This definition does not include government uses , educational uses , health centers or hospitals , and similar establishments. LAUNDROMAT: A self-service laundry facility not offering dry cleaning, and open to the public; the term does not include a laundry facility which is an accessory use for a planned unit development, for a multi-family housing development, or for a mobile home or travel trailer park or campground, or the like . LOADING SPACE, OFF STREET: Space logicall y and conveniently located for bulk pick ups and deliveries , scaled to delivery vehicles expected to be used and accessible to such vehicles when required off street parking spaces are filled. LOT: A quantity of land shown as an individual unit on the most recent relevant, approved plat of record or approved record of survey; and also a quantity of land described in a deed recorded prior to March 24, 1994 , and apparently executed for the purpose , whether immediate or future , of building development. The word "lot" includes the words "parcel" and "tract" where such parcel or tract is the smallest quantity of land that includes the s ite of a proposed use or building w ith respect to which a permit is sought, which quantity of land is the subject of a deed of record. "Lot" does not include a strip or gore ofland which was apparently conveyed for the purpose of adjusting the boundary between ownerships of record. "Parcel" and "tract" can also mean a larger quantity of land out of which a subdivision is being created, or a tract of land set aside for future development, as the context makes most suitable. "Approved" as used in this paragraph means formally approved under these or predecessor subdivision regulations. LOT, AREA OF: The area of a lot is computed exclusive of any portion of the right of way of any public or private street. LOT, CORNER: A lot located at the intersection of two (2) or more streets. LOT COVERAGE: The building footprint plus other surfaces s uch as driveways , decks , patios, and walkways expressed as a percentage of the total lot area. See section 3.3.06 of this title . Ord. __ Airport Zo ne Code Update , 20 19 Page 43 ofSS LOT, FLAG: A lot with access to the bulk of the lot provided by a narrow corridor. LOT FRONTAGE: The front of a lot shall be construed to be the portion nearest the street. For the purpose of determining yard requirements on comer lots and through lots , all sides of a lot adjacent to streets shall be considered frontage, and yards shall be provided as indicated under the definition of "yards" in this section. LOT LINE ADJUSTMENT: A change or modification of easement lines or boundary lines between existing lots, parcels of land , or properties, w hich does not reduce the area, frontage, width, depth , or building setback lines of each lot , parcel of land , or property below the minimum zoning requirements and which does not create additional lots or new streets. LOT OF RECORD: A lot in a subdivision the plat of w hich is of record in the office of the county recorder; or a lot or parcel described in a record of survey or deed so recorded prior to March 24, 1994. LOT, THROUGH: A lot other than a comer lot with frontage on more t han one street. Through lots abutting two (2) streets may also be referred to as "double frontage" lots. LOT WIDTH: The distance parallel to the front lot line , measured between side lot lines through that part of the building envelope or buildable area of the lot where the lot is narro west. MANUFACTURING, HEAVY: Manufacturing, processing, assembling, storing, testing and similar industrial uses which are generally major operations and extensive in character, which require large sites, open storage and service areas, extensive services and facilities , ready access to regional transportation and which normally generate some nuisances such as smoke, noise, vibration, dust , glare, air pollution and water pollution. MANUFACTURING, LIGHT: Manufacturing or other indu stria l uses which are usually controlled operations; relativel y c lean , quiet, and free of objectionable or hazardous e lements such as smoke, noise , odor, or dust; operating and storing w ithin enclosed structures , and generating little industrial traffic and no nuisances. McCALL AREA: The geographic area defined in the adopted Local Housing Policy for the City of McCall, or in the absence of the same, the City limits of the City of McCall, Idaho and its Area of Impact. MEAN HIGH WATER MARK: The mark on all watercourses, where the presence and action of waters is so common and continued in all ordinary years as to mark upon the soil a character distinct from that of the abutting upland , in respect to vegetation , and destroys its value for agricultural purposes . In areas where riprap bank stabilization has occurred, the measurement shall begin on the landward side of such stabi li zation work. MOBILE HOME: A vehicle or structure constructed with wheels for use on the public highways, which has s leeping, cooking and plumbing facilities, is intended for human occupancy and is being used for residential purposes. The term "mobile home" does not apply to any prefabricated section Ord . __ Airport Zone Co de Update , 2019 Page 44 ofSS of a factory built house to which wheels may be attached for the purpose of moving it to a permanent location where it becomes affixed to real property . MOBILE HOME PARK: Any privately owned place where two (2) or more mobile homes used for human occupancy are parked within five hundred feet (500') of each other on a lot , tract or parcel of land under the same ownership . MOBILE HOME SPACE: A plot of land within a mobile home park designated for the accommodation of a mobile home. NONCONFORMING MOBILE HOME: A mobile home which is not permitted under the district in which it is located , but which was permitted by or conformed to requirements of a zoning ordinance in effect prior to March 16, 2006 . NONCONFORMING USE, DEVELOPMENT, OR STRUCTURE: A use , development, or structure not permitted in the relevant zone or not conforming to one or more standards in this title or title IX of this code, but which lawfully existed prior to the effective date of this title and which is permitted to continue. See chapter 11 of this title. OTICE: As required by chapter 15 of this title. NURSERY: Land, building, structure or combination thereof for the storage, cultivation , and transplanting of live trees , shrubs or plants offered for retail sale on the premises ; such use may include sale of products used for gardening or landscaping. otl'ier: 06ject,-111C OPEN SPACE: An area substantially open to the sky which may be on the same lot with a building. The area may include, along with natural environmental features , water areas, swimming pools, tennis courts and any other recreational facilities deemed similar by the commission and approved by the council. Streets , parking areas , structures for habitation , and the like, shall not be included as open space. OVERLAY: Describes a zone imposing requirements in addition to those of an underlying zone, applied where characteristics of the land or the type of development proposed for the land require special considerations. OWNER: The person or persons holding the fee simple estate. For purposes of enforcement, the owner in fee simple and also the person or persons in possession. OWNER OCCUPANCY: A residential dwelling unit that is occupied by the property owner on a full-time basis. PARK, PUBLIC: An area of publicly owned land retained in the natural state and/or developed with walks , recreation facilities , picnic areas , etc., for the use and enjoyment of the public. Ord. __ Airport Zone Code Update , 2019 Pag e 45 ofSS (A) Park: A parcel of land dedicated to the public or pri vatel y owned. A park is maintained for the primary purposes of recreations and/or green space. (B) Green Space: Planned and preserved open land , an interconnected system of open land , and determined to have cultural, ecological, and/or recreational va lue. (C) Parks And Recreation Advisory Committee: The McCall parks board , a recommending body whose members are appointed by the council. (D) Master Plan: The McCall parks , lands and trail s master plan , as may be amended from time to time. PARKING AREA: An area reserved for the parking of vehicles consisting of one, or more, parking spaces. PARKING, ON SITE: The area off of any public or private street, access easement or alley used for the transient storage, with appropriate dimensions , of passenger vehicles, parking stalls, access drives and aisles. PARKING SPACE, OFF STREET: A space designed and designated for the parking of vehicles located totally outside of the right of way of any street or alley , together with properly designed access to a public street or alley, and maneuvering room. PA TIO: A recreation or living area that adjoins or is use d in conjunction with a dwe lling or other building, is on grade, and is usually paved or surfaced, e.g., wood , stone , brick, etc., often used for outdoor dining. PEDESTRIAN AMENITY: An area adjacent to a street right of way that is improved for pedestrians ; such areas include, but are not limited to , plazas, outdoor seating areas, bus waiting areas , and street furnishings (e.g., seating, planter, drinking fountains , public art, kiosks, way finding signs, etc.) within such areas . PERIMETER FE CING : Fencing which substantiall y encloses the property in question. PERMANENT LIVING QUARTERS: The use of a mobile home on one specific site for living quarters for a period in excess of forty five (45) days in any twelve (12) month period shall constitute a use for permanent living quarters. representative of any of them . PERSONAL SERVICES : Services rendered to the general public, such as , but not limited to , those rendered by shoe repair shops, barbershops , beauty parlors and similar activities, for financial gain. Ord . __ Airport Zone Code U pdate _____ ,2019 Page 46 ofSS PIER: That construction erected upon the shore for the purpose of providing access to docks . PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT (PUD): An area of land described in a final plan approved pursuant to chapter 10 of this title, and the improvements and land features to be constructed on it pursuant to the approval given. PLANNING JURISDICTION: The geographic area consisting of the city of McCall together with the city of McCall area of city impact. PLANNING STAFF: The individuals assigned by the city to conduct the planning functions of the city. PLAT, FINAL: The plat of a subdivision or dedication , or any portion thereof, completely approved and executed for filing and recording in the office of the Valley County recorder, pursuant to title IX , chapter 2 of this code. PLAT, PRELIMINARY: A preliminary plan of the plat, subdivision or dedication containing the elements and requirements set forth in title IX, chapter 2 of this code. PLOT PLAN: A plan showing the layout of improvements on a lot. The plot plan usually includes location , dimensions , parking areas , landscaping and the like. P R-Y: BRFA.CE: A surface longitudinally centered on a runway. The primary surface extends two hundred feet (200 ') beyond each end of that runway. The elevation of any point on the primary surface is the same as the elevation of the nearest point on the runway centerline. PRINCIPAL STRUCTURE: A structure located on a parcel which is designed for and used as the primary structure as opposed to an attached or accessory structure . PRIVATE COMMUNITY USES: Parochial schools , colleges , camps , hospital , and other facilities of an educational , charitable , philanthropic or nonprofit nature. PROFESSIONAL OFFICES : The use of a building or part thereof and related spaces for such professional services as are provided by medical practitioners , lawyers , architects, engineers, real estate brokers/agents , title companies, subdivision or fractional ownership sales and marketing, and similar professions. PUBLIC OR SEMIPUBLIC PROJECT: A structure or development that, after completion, would be devoted to public or semipublic uses , including churches and schools. PUBLIC SERVICE FACILITY: Buildings, power plants or substations, water treatment plants, pumping stations , sewage disposal or pumping plants , and other similar public service structures; operated by a public utility , or by a municipal or other governmental agency ; for purposes of furnishing of electrical, gas , communication, water, sewer, and similar services. Ord . __ Airport Zone Code U pdate ~~~-~'2019 Page 47 ofSS PUBLIC USES: Public parks , schools, administrative and cultural buildings and structures; not including public land or buildings devoted solely to the storage and maintenance of equipment and materials, and not inc luding public service facilities. RECORD GRADE: The natural grade existing prior to any site preparation grading, or filling , unless a new record grade is approved at the time of subdivision approval and noted on the filed final plat. RECREATIONAL VEHICLE: A vehicular unit primarily designated as temporary living quarters for recreation , camping or travel which either has its own power or is mounted on or drawn by another vehicle. The basic entities are: travel trailer, camping trailer, truck camper and motor home. RECREATIONAL VEHICLE PARK: An area for the temporary placing of movable vehicles designed and used for human occupation and housekeeping which invo lves land under single ownership with lots rented for the location of recreational vehicles and provision of facilities and services to campers by management. REPLA T: A plat of a resubdivision, altering an existing plat or portion thereof. A rep lat does not automatically change the dedication of rights of way and easements on previous plats ; the dedicated parts of the plat can only be vacated by specific action of the council, with commission recommendation , on an application for a vacation. RESEARCH ACTIVITIES: Research , development and testing related to such fields as chemistry , pharmacology, medicine , electronics , transportation , and engineering. RESTAURA T: A place of business which sells or serves food products and beverages for consumption on the premises, with a building consisting of a permanent structure that is fully enclosed with a roof and walls, and where incidental dining may be permitted out of doors on a patio , deck or terrace integrated into the building design. RESTAURANT, FORMULA: An eating establishment devoted to the preparation and offering of food and beverages for sale to the public for consumption either on or off the premises which, by contractual or other arrangement, established or recognized business practice, or membership affiliation , maintains any of the following: I eateo el e here; (D) Architecture or exterior signs common to more than five (5) similar businesses located elsewhere; Ord. __ Airport Zone Co de Update ~~~~'2019 Pag e 48 ofSS (E) Use of trademark or logo common to more than five (5) similar businesses located elsewhere (but not including logos or trademarks used by Chambers of Commerce, Better Business Bureaus, or ind icating a rating organization including, but not limited to , AAA, Mobile or Michelin); or (F) A name, appearance, or food presentation format which causes it to be s ubstantially identical to more than five (5) restaurants within or outside Valley County. Provided, an eating establishment which has commonality with another restaurant or business in a manner which is described in subsection (A), (B), (C), (D), (E) or (F) of this definition shall not be considered a "restaurant, formula" under this chapter if the commonality is shared with five (5) or fewer other restaurants or bu s inesses. RETAIL BUSINESS: A business which sells goods to the pub I ic at a price normally greater than the wholesale price. RETAIL, FORMULA: A retail , service retail , vending service retail , or restaurant business (including fast food and coffee shops) that is required by contractual or other arrangement to maintain standardized services, merchandise, menus, ingredients , food preparation, uniforms , decor, logos , architecture , signs, or similar features. RETIREMENT OR ASSISTED LIVING HOME: A dwelling designed for the habitation of elderly, or in valid , individuals who may require some limited level of living assistance. RIGHT-OF-WAY (PUBLIC): A strip of land taken, dedicated, or otherwise acquired for use as a public way. In addition to the roadway, it normally incorporates space for curbs, planting strips, sidewalks, lighting, drainage facilities , and snow storage ; and may include special features (required by the topography or treatment) such as back slopes, fill slopes , grade separation, landscaped areas, viaducts and bridges. See the definition s of Street and Street, Gated. RIP ARIAN SETBACK: The distance measured at ri ght angles from the mean high water mark of a waterway, between the mean high water mark and an imaginary line parallel to the mean high water mark, defining an area between s uch lines within which no building or other applicable structure may be placed, and whereby any existing vegetation shall remain undisturbed. ROADWAY: A portion or portions of a street right-of-way or of a street without platted right-of- way developed , appropriately surfaced, and opened for vehicular traffic , commonly used by the public, measured to the curb , in the absence of a curb to the top of the back slope of the borrow ditch, and in the absence of curb or borrow ditch , to the bottom of the fill slope ; where there is no curb, no borrow ditch , and no fill slope , then to the edge of the traveled way . . 'Pf. defined area on an jrpott::prepared o SCHOOL: An institution providing full time day in struction which is accredited by and meets the Ord . __ Airport Zone Code Update , 2019 Page 49 of SS (E) Emergency Access Street: A street designed to connect two (2) otherwise incompatible streets with excessive cul-de-sac lengths so as to remove the incompatibility and which will accommodate emergency, and other, vehicles. The right of way s hall not be less than forty feet ( 40'), with a paved roadway of at least twenty feet (20') wide . (F) Cu l-De-Sac: A short street terminated by a vehicular turnaround. (G) Dead End: An adjective describing a street terminating at a property line , having no outlet. (H) Alley Or Alleyway: A m inor way which is used primaril y for vehicular service access to the rear or side or properties also abutting on a street. (I) Frontage: A minor street parallel to and adjacent to an arterial street providing access to abutting properties and protection from through traffic. (J) Highway: A street designated as a state or federal highway by the state or federal agency responsible therefor. (K) Half: A portion of the width of a street, usuall y along the edge of a subdivision, where the remaining portion of the street could be provided by dedication in connection with approval of an adjoining subdivision. STREET, GATED: Any street, public or private, with a gate across the traveled way, whether open at all times or periodicall y closed and locked or otherwise secured . STRUCTURAL ALTERATIONS: Any change in the supporting members of a building, such as a bearing wall, column, beam or girder, floor or ceiling joist, roof rafter, roof diaphragms , foundation, pilings , retaining walls, or similar elements, or changes in roof or exterior lines. STRUCTURE: Anything constructed or erected, the use of which requires location on the ground or attachment to something having a fixed location on the ground. Among other things, structures include bu il dings , mobile homes , walls, fences, decks, patios , satellite dishes , billboards , fuel tanks , refuse enclosures, and piers or any other construction erected to connect docks to the shore; "structure" does not, for purposes of setbacks from the lot lines , include : (A) Paths, steps, and sidewalks of less than forty nine inch ( 49") width; and driveways from access streets to automotive vehicle storage areas; (B) Inground patios; (C) Detached planter boxes, walls not more than thirty inches (30") in height, or other landscaping features, which landscaping features are not more than thirty inche s (30") above the natural terrain , or lot line fences except as otherwise provided in section 3.7 .023 of this title ; and (D) Docks and retaining walls otherwise permitted by this title. Ord . __ Airport Zone Co de Up date ____ _,2019 Page 52 ofSS SUBDIVIDER: An applicant for approval of the platting of a s ubdi vision of land pursuant to title IX of this code. The subdivider shall be an "owner" as defined in this section. For purposes of enforcement, "subdivider" a lso includes a person who creates an unapproved subdivision. SUBDIVISIO : The di vision of a tract or parcel of land into two (2) or more lots , sites , or other divisions for the purpose, whether immediate or future , of sale , lease , or building development, including any resubdivision , and when appropriate to the context, the process of subd ividing the land subd ivided. "Subdivision" is so defined for purposes of subject matter jurisdiction; that certain action constitutes a "subdivision" for purposes of this title and title IX of this code does not imply the necessity of a plat under state law , as opposed to a "record of survey" under state law approved as to zoning by the city. See title IX of this code. SUPERMARKET: A "supermarket" or "grocery store" is a store that sells a wide variety of food. A supermarket is larger than and more than a grocery store . Most supermarkets also sell a variety of other hou sehold products that are consumed regularly , such as alco hol (where permitted), household cleaning products, medicine, and clothes. SUPPLY YARD: A commercial establishment storing and offering for sa le building suppl ie s , steel supplies , coal , heavy equipment, feed and grain and similar goods. SURVEYOR: A professional land surveyor registered in the state ofldaho. TEMPORARY LIVING QUARTERS: A living quarters used by a fami ly or individual(s) for a limited period ohime for an approved purpose, such as the construction of a permanent dwelling; the time limit is to be proposed by an applicant and approved by the adm ini strator. TOWNHOUSE DEVELOPMENT: A planned residential project of two (2) or more townhouse units w hich may be constructed as single building(s) contain in g two (2) or more townhouse units. Each unit within the developme nt shall be separated from the adjoin in g unit or units by firewalls as required by the international building code, as amended, each unit having its own access to the outside, and no unit located over another unit in part or whole . All townhouse development(s) sha ll be platted under the procedures contained in title IX of this code. TOWNHOUSE SUBLOT: The lot resulting from platting a residential townhouse development. TOWNHOUSE UNIT: One or more rooms, including a minimum of one bathroom and a single kitchen , designed for or occupied as a unit by one family for li ving and cooking purposes, located in a townhouse development on a platted townhouse sublot, and meeting the effic iency dwelling unit standards estab li shed in the international building code , as amended . . These s urfaces extend outward at ninety degree (90 °) angles to the runway centerli ne , and the runway centerline extended, at a slope of seven feet (7') horizontally for each foot vertically from the sides of the primary and approach surfaces to where they intersect the horizontal and conical surfaces. Transitional surfaces for those portions of the precision approach surfaces, which project through and beyond the limits of the conical surface, extend a Ord . __ Airport Zone Code Update --~~'2019 Page 53 ofSS distance of five thousand feet (5.000') measured horizontally from the edge of the approach surface and at ninety degree (90 °) angles to the extended runway centerline. TREE: A tall perennial woody plant having a main trunk and branches forming a distinct elevated crown. UPPER FLOOR: Any floor of a building which is situated above the elevation of the ground floor. USE: The specific purposes for which land or a building, or a portion of either or both , ts designated, arranged , or intended , or for which it is or may be occupied or maintained. UTILITIES: Installations for conducting water, sewage , gas , electricity , television, and stormwater, and simi lar faci liti es providing service to and used by the pub li c. VARIAN CE: The relaxation of an otherwise applicab le dimensional requirement. See chapter .Ll. of this title. VEHICLE: A "vehicle" as defined in the Idaho Code; however, for purposes of the sign regulations, authorization of signs on vehicles, a vehicle which is currently, regularly , commonly, and principally used for a significant transportation purpose other than display of such sign and which motor vehicle is not under any circumstances to be used principally as a sign for a business, either in the scenic route overlay district , or elsewhere , no matter how conforming to this title the sign may otherwise be. VETERINARY ANIMAL HOSPITAL OR CLINIC: A place used for the care, grooming, diagnosis and treatment of sick, ailing, infirm , or injured animals , and those who are in need of medical or surgical attention , and may include overnight accommodations on the premises for treatment, observations and/or recuperation. It may also include boarding that is incidental to the primary activity . VICINITY MAP: A drawing which sets forth by dimensions or other means the relationship of the proposed development to other nearby developments or landmarks and community facilities and services within the general area, in order to better locate and orient the area affected by an application. WALKWAY: A public way , four feet (4') or more in width , for pedestrian use only , whether or not along the side of a road . WASTE MATTER: Any kind of liquid or solid waste, including without limitation, trash, household garbage or refuse of any kind , such as rubble , broken asphalt and concrete, crates, cartons, metal , glass ; appliances or appliance shells ; vehicle bodies and parts; or accumu lations of manure other than that customarily in pastures and in association with fertilization of lawful on Ord . __ Airport Zone Code Update ----~'2019 Page 54 ofSS site agricultural uses. "Waste matter" also includes anything that was in a waste container but which has escaped from the same. WATER POOL SHORE CONTOUR, PAYETTE LAKE: The intersection with the shore of a horizontal plane at an elevation of 4 ,988.79 feet above sea level. It is irrelevant for purposes of this title that such contour is or is not covered by water at any particular time or times. WETLANDS: Lands which are dedicated and protected in accordance with Federal laws and are not to be included in the calculation of land to meet the requirements for parks. WRECKING YARD: A place where the dismantling or wrecking of two (2) or more used motor vehicles, mobile homes, trailers or the storage, sale or dumping of dismantled, partially dismantled , obsolete or wrecked vehicles or their parts, occurs . See also definition of Junk Buildings, Junk Shops, Junkyards. YARD: An area, unoccupied and unobstructed by any structure or portion of a structure; provided, that accessories , ornaments and furniture may be permitted in any yard, subject to height limitations and requirements limiting obstruction of visibility, defined as the area between the lot line and the setback line. YARD, USABLE: One (1) or more well drained open areas covered with lawn grass or other suitable cover material , located on the same lot as the principal use, for use by the residents for outdoor activities . Usable yard may be computed in part using sandboxes, horseshoe pits , and like outdoor recreational facilities. No dimension of the usable yard shall be less than ten feet (1 O'). "Usable yard" does not include driveways, common walks, refuse storage or collection areas , or off street parking or loading areas . Decks and accessible flat roof areas having at least one (1) dimension often feet (10'), and no dimension less than three feet (3'), may be used to meet a usable yard requirement. (Ord. 821, 2-23-2006 , eff. 3-16-2006 ; amd . Ord . 840 , 9-6-2007 ; Ord. 846 , 11- 5-2007; Ord. 864, 2-12-2009; Ord. 880 , 9-23-2010; Ord. 930 , 12-18-2014, eff. 1-1-2016; Ord. 952 , 11-3-2016) Ord. __ Airport Zone Code Update , 2019 Page 55 of55 McCALL CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL Number Meeting Date AB 19-275 December 19, 2019 216 East Park Street McCall, Idaho 83638 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Originator D epartment Approvals Initials or Su orter Treasurer Community De velopment · Originator Police De artment Publi c Works Golf Course COST IMPACT: NIA P ar ks a nd Recreation FUNDING N I A A i ort SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: NI A In format ion S stems Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT: On Jun e 2 7, a joint wo rk sess ion was he ld with the McCall Area Planning and Zo nin g Commission and th e McCall City Co un cil to learn , di sc uss, and provide directi o n on potential upd ates to the City and County Code to encourage more local hous in g in the jurisdiction (C ity limits and McCall Impact Area.) The propo se d ordinance with an effective date of January 1, 2 020, public comment and the s ummary are attached. RECOMMENDED ACTION: 1. 2. MEETINGDATE ACTION December 13, 2018 Jun e 27 , 20 19 November 7 , 2019 November 2 1, 2019 December 5, 2019 Review the draft of th e local housin and short-term rental code to et Council feedback Opened Public Hearing, rev iewed the changes, and contin ued the Public Hearing unti l Dec. 5,2019 C lo sed the Public Hearin and had First readin of the Ti tl e on l Section 5. 1, 2020. Date of Effect: This ordinance shall be in full force and effect on January PASS ED AND APPROVED BY THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF McCALL IDAHO , THIS DAY OF DECEMBE R 2019 Attest: B y _____________ _ BessieJo Wagner, City Clerk Ord. 983 Local Housing and Short-term R ental Code Update , 2019 Approved: By --------------Jackie J. Ay mon , Mayor Page 3 of 48 SCHEDULE A 3.2.02: MEANINGS OF TERMS OR WORDS: ADMINISTRATOR: The city manager, or in the event the city manager chooses to delegate that authority , that official who is appointed by the city manager to administer this title. ADULT ENTERTAINMENT ESTABLISHMENT: A commercial establishment intended for the entertainment of adults , to the exclusion of minors, which offers sexually oriented entertainment, such as an adult arcade , adult bookstore, adult novelty store, adult video store , adult cabaret, adult motel , adult motion picture theater, adult theater, escort agency , seminude model studio , or sexual encounter center. AFFECTED PERSON: One having an interest in real property which may be adversely affected by the issuance or denial of a permit, or zoning map amendment under this title . AGRICULTURAL STRUCTURE: Any structure (see definition of Structure) that is related to or used in the science , business or art of cultivating soil , producing crops , and/or raising livestock. AGRICULTURAL USE: The science , business or art of cultivating soil , producing crops , and/or raising livestock. AGRICULTURE AND FOREST: The use of land for farming, dairying, pasturage , agriculture , horticulture , floriculture , viticulture, silviculture, animal and poultry husbandry and the necessary accessory uses for packing, treating, or storing the product; provided , however, that the operation of any such accessory uses shall be secondary to that of normal agricultural activities. "Agriculture" does not include confined animal feeding operations . AIRPORT: Any runway , land area or other facility designed or used , other than for an emergency , either publicly or privately, by any person for the landing and the taking off of aircraft, including all necessary taxiways , aircraft storage and tie down areas , hangars and other necessary buildings. APPLICANT: One who files an application under this title. The applicant must be the owner of the subject property , or a person who has written permission from the owner to make an application in the name of the owner. APPLICATION: A document submitted to the commission conforming to the requirements of this title applying for a permit or approval under this title. AREA DEVELOPMENT PLAN: A plan encompassing all contiguous parcels controlled by the same owner, which includes: Ord . 983 Local Housin g and Short-term Rental Code U pdate ~~~-~'2019 Page 4 of 48 (A) Legal description of contiguous parcels. (B) Name(s) of owner(s) of contiguou s parcels . (C) Streets, whether public or private. (D) Water main lines and sewer main lines. (E) Other utilities including power, telephone , cabl e, etc . (F) Parks, if required under this title. (G) Grading and drainage. (H) Easements . (I) Hazardous or natural resource areas . AREA OF FIRE HAZARD: Lands on which there is vegetation that is prone to fire ; and also means lands where there is heavy fuel loading , where fuels are arranged in close continuity, where development or timber management slash ex ists , or where wi ldfires are likely to be difficult to suppress and become a threat to public safety . ATTACHED STRUCTURE: A structure attached to a principal structure, or is located within three feet (3'), such that the two (2 ) (or more) structures result in a nearl y contiguous whole. BASEMENT: That level of a dwe llin g unit all or partly underground and having the plane on top of at least one-half (1 h ) of its perimeter wall within two feet (2') of the average level of the adjoining ground . BED AND BREAKFAST: See definition of Dwelling, Rooming House. BIKE PATH: An asphalt or concrete path which has been created for nonmotorized transportation and is usually physically separate from automobile travel lanes . BILLBOARD: See definition of Sign, Off Premises. BLOCK: A group of lots within defined and fi x ed boundaries , usually within a parcel of land , bounded by physical barriers, one or more streets , or a boundary line of a subdivision that has been legally surveyed and recorded. BOARD: The board of county commissioners of Vall ey County. Ord . 98 3 Local Housing and Short-term R ental Code U pdate , 2019 Pag e 5 of 48 BOND: A security contract between the applicant and the city which guarantees that the applicant will perform certain req uir ements of an approval or permit under this title or title IX of this code, by surety, cash, or letter of credit sufficient in amount and terms to assure either reclamation, or performance of a ny act or acts authorized by the approva l or permit. BREWPUB: A small brewery, genera ll y producing fewer than ten thousand (10 ,000) barrels of beer and ale a year and frequently selling its products on the premises. BUILDING: Any structure designed or intended for the support, enclosure , shelter or protection of persons, animals, chattels or property of any kind. BUILDING ELEMENT: An exterior wall , or roof, or bay window, or deck, or patio , or balcony , or any other part of the exterior of a building which has an exterior surface that is in a different plane from the other parts of the building to which the element is attached. BUILDING PERMIT: A permit pursuant to title II of this code , including without limitation the international building code adopted by that title. Such permits shall be issued only if the activity to be permitted conforms to title II and this title. Building permits are issued by the city building department. BUILDING, PRINCIPAL OR PRIMARY: A building m which ts conducted the main or principal use of the lot on which said building is situated. BUSINESS: Any retail or wholesale store , professional office, or simi lar kind of commercial estab li shment. See also , definition of Home Occupation. CAMP : Property owned or leased by any organizati o n ex empt from federal income tax, which property is used for such purposes as recreation , outdoor education, outdoor instruction , and deliberation. "Camp" does not include a church building or church schoo l unless it is accessory to an outdoor operation of larger scope, does not include property used for commercial purposes , and does not include facilities at which services or lodging are offered to the general public for a fee . Thus "camp" includes youth summer and youth winter camps operated by the Girl Scouts , Boy Scouts, Campfire, YMCA, YWCA, and the like, and youth summer and youth w inter camps operated by various organized churche s ; to the extent not used for generation of unrelated business income; and includes state park and U.S . forest service public campgrounds. Thus a "camp", when permitted as a conditional use , does not include renting rooms , cabins , buildings , campsites , spaces , or the like , w ith or without meals , to tourists or vacationers , even if·the tourists or vacationers are members of the owner organi z ation. CAR WASH: An area of land and/or a structure with machine or hand operated facilitie s used principally for the cleaning , washi ng , polishing or waxing of motor vehicles. CARE CENTER: A place , home or facility providing care for which compensation is paid , for more than five (5) chi ldren of preschool age , or for more than eight (8) adults with diminished capacity to manage their own affairs . Pag e 6 of 48 Ord. 98 3 Local Hou s in g and Sh o rt-term Rental Cod e Update , 2019 CEMETERY: Land used or intended to be used for the burial of the human or anima l dead and dedicated for cemetery purposes , including crematories, mausoleums and mortuaries if operated in connection with and within the boundaries of such cemetery , for wh ich perpetual care and maintenance is provided. CHURCH: A structure or portion of a structure used for the purpose of worship by a ny religious organization exempt as such from federal income ta x . CITY : T h e area within the corporate city lim its of the city of McCall , and the government thereof. CITY ENGINEER: An employee of or contractor to the city who is a registered professional eng in eer responsible for advising the city as to infrastructure design, mapping, code issues , planning, plat review and ot her related tasks . CITY STANDARDS: Those stan dards for improvements as set fort h in the city of McCall improvement standard drawings, etc., as adopted by the city council. CLINIC : A building used for the care, diagnosis and treatment of sick, ailing, infirm or injured persons and those who are in need of medical and surgical attention but which building doe s not provide board (outpatient only). CLUB: A building , or a portion thereof, primarily for the exclusive use of members a nd their guests , owned or operated by an association of, but not including any organization, group or associat ion, the principal activity of wh ich is to render a serv ic e usuall y and ordinaril y carried on as a business . CLUSTER DEVELOPMENT: A subdivision or other development plann ed and constructed so as to gro up structures or lots into relativel y concentrated and contiguous areas whi le providing a unified network of open space , wooded area, recreational , or agricultural land. COMMERCIAL COACH: A manufactured structure designed to be used for commerc ial and other nonresidential purposes , which bears the label of the department of labor an d industrial services, buildin g bureau. The lab el shall designate the unit's plan approval number, occupancy group classification and type of constructions specified in the international building code COMMERCIAL PROJECT: A structure or development that, after comp letion, would be devoted to commercial or business purpo ses. COMMISSION: The city or co un ty planning and zoning commission, one or the other having jurisdiction . COMMON OWNERSHIP: The joint and sim ultaneous ownership of a piece of property (a commo n area) by the owners of separate parcels or un it s; for example , within a condominium or PUD deve lopment. Ord . 983 Lo cal Housing and Short-term Rental Code Update ~~~-~'2019 Page 7 of 48 S: Guidelines adopted by the city , county and other local jurisdictions which delineate authority , policies , procedures, and reporting methods for managing community housing. COM}.4UNITY HOUSil'l"G UNIT: Dv,elling units restricted (typically via deed restrictions) by size and type for individuals meeting asset, income , and minimum occupancy guidelines approved by the city. COMPREHENSIVE PLAN: A plan, or any portion thereof, adopted by the board and/or council affecting land within the planning jurisdiction, and including such things as the general location and extent of present and proposed physical facilities including housing, industrial and commercial uses , major transportation , parks , schools and other community facilities. CONCLUSIONS OF LAW: That part of a decision document which relates found facts to applicable provisions of this title. See Idaho Code section 67-6535. CONDITIONAL USE: A special or conditional use , as defined in Idaho Code title 67, chapter 65, permitted within a zone under a permit approved by the council. Conditional uses authorized to be permitted in each zone are listed in the chapter relating to that zone. CONDOMINIUM: An estate consisting of: a) an undi v ided interest in common in real property, an interest or interests in real property, or any combination thereof, together with b) a separate interest in real property , in an interest or interests in real property, or a combination thereof. Condominium development within the city of McCall and its area of impact is s ubject to title IX, "Subdivision And Development", of this code, and shall be developed in accordance with section 9.2.08 of this code. See Idaho Code sectio n 55-lOlB , as amended. CONDOMINIUM AREA: The entire project excepting all units. CONDOMINIUM PROPERTY: The land described in the declaration recorded pursuant to Idaho Code section 55-1505 , together with every buildin g, improvement or structure thereon , and every easement or right appurtenant thereto, and all personal property intended for use in connection therewith or for the use, benefit or enjoyment of the condominium owners. CONDOMINIUM UNIT: The separate interest in a condominium. CONFINED ANIMAL FEEDING OPERATION (CAFO): Involved in the feeding or holding of animals or poultry, including, but not limited to , horse, cattle, s heep , or swine feeding areas, dairy confinement areas , slaughterhouse or shipping terminal holding pens, poultry and egg production facilities and fur farms. The buildings, pens , or lot surfaces have been prepared with concrete, rock, or other material to s upport animals in wet weather. They have wastewater treatment facilities or di sc harge waste into adjacent water bodies. The facility does not produce crops , forage , vegetation , or provide pasture for the animals . CONTAINER: A garbage can , dumpster or any other kind of storage device customarily sold or Page 8 of 48 Ord. 983 Local Housin g and Short-term Rental Code Update , 2019 rented for use as a temporary storage of waste matter and lawfully located on the property in question. CONTRACTOR STORAGE YARD: Area used for the storage of equipment and material used in contractor's business. CONVENIENCE STORE (NEIGHBORHOOD CONVENIENCE STORE): Any retail establishment offering for sale prepackaged food products , household items, and other limited goods and having a gross floor area of les s than four thousand (4 ,000) square feet. CORNER VISIO : Those areas near intersections of roadways and motor vehicle access points where a clear field of vision is necessary for traffic safety. COUNCIL: The city council of the city of McCall. COUNTY SURVEYOR: The professional land surveyor appointed by the county pursuant to Idaho Code section 50-1305 to check plats and computations thereon. DAYCARE: See definition of Care Center. DECK: An unenclosed flat floored area , whether roofless or covered, whether on one level or multiple levels , adjoining or used in conjunction with a building ; the term includes porches , and patios ; a full y enclosed porch is considered a room of the dwelling. DEDICATION, DEDICATE: The setting apart of land or interests in land for use by the public , and unless otherwise stated in the document making the dedication , the legal equivalent of a deed in fee simple determinable for the purposes evident, for example, streets , and other utilities and the purposes reasonably implied. "Dedicate" is the verb transitive for the making of a dedication . DENSITY: A unit of measurement; the number of dwe lling units per acre of land. (A) Gross Density : The number of dwelling unit s per acre of total land area, including street rights of way within the land and one-half (1h ) of the abutting rights of way. (B) Net Density: The number of dwelling units per acre of land when the acreage involved is computed excluding street rights of way. DEVELOPMENT : Any construction or activity that changes the existing character or use of land upon which such construction or activity occurs. DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT: A contract or agreement between the city and a developer or developers in accordance with Idaho Code section 67-6511 A. DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS: That official of the city who is responsible for the administration of the public utilities and streets within the city and whose responsibi lities include review of plats, maps and surveys for compliance with this title. Ord. 983 Local Housing and Short-term Rental Co de U pdate , 2019 Page 9 of 48 DOCK: Any structure extending from dry land into , upon , or over a body of water, providing moorage for watercraft and/or access to the body of water. "Dock" includes landing pier and wharf, and includes the means of access and egress to and from the dry land . DOMESTIC LIVESTOCK: Animals such as, but not limited to , horses, cows, goats , rabbits , poultry, pigs , sheep or other typical farm animals and may include mink, chinchillas and such animals rai sed for pelts. DOUBLE FRONTAGE LOT: A lot other than a corner lot having frontage on two (2) parallel or approximately parallel streets . DRIVEWAY: A nondedicated vehicular access constructed on private property providing access to not more than five (5) residential dwelling units. DUPLEX: See definition of Dwelling, Two Family. DWELLING, ROOMING HOUSE (BOARDING HOUSE, DORMITORY, BED AND BREAKFAST): A dwelling or part thereof, other than a hotel , motel or restaurant, where lodging and , occasionally, meals are provided for compensation for three (3) or more unrelated perso ns , where no cooking or dining facilities are provided in the individual rooms. DWELLING, SHORT TERM RENTAL: A residence, including single-family or a multi-family unit, which is rented for the purpose of overnight lodging for compensation, money, rent or other bargained for consideration for a period of one or more days and not more than thirty (30) consecutive days. Short term rentals are also commonly referred to as tourist or vacation rentals. Short term rentals with occupancy of twenty (20) perso ns or more within residential zones shall require a conditional use permit. DWELLING, SINGLE-FAMILY: A dwelling consisting of a single dwelling unit only, separated from other dwelling units b y open space; when considered in the context of enforcement of re strictions , any space so used . DWELLING, TWO FAMILY: A dwelling consisting of t>.vo (2) dwelling units 1+Yhich may be either attached side by side, or one aboYe the other; a duple>(; when coRSidered in the conte>ct of enforcement of restrictions , any space so used . DWELLING UNIT: Living, dining , sleeping room or rooms, storage closets, as well as space and equipment for cooking, bathing and toilet facilities , of a size and configuration suitable for use by only one family and its household employees ; when considered in the context of enforcement of restrictions , any space so used . Ord . 983 Local Housing and Short-term Ren ta l Code Update , 20 19 Page 10 of 48 filLLING RY: A residential dwelling located on the same property as a principal dwelling unit either within or attached to that is secondary and incidental to the principal residence or in a detached structure that provides basic Building Code requirements for sleeping, eating, cooking and sanitation. An accessory dv,•elling unit may be separate from , or a part of, the principal residence, and may be used for Yisitors , guests and family members or as the residence of a caretaker or other employee who works on the same property. Any inhabitable space that includes a kitchen is considered a dwelling unit. DWELLING UNIT, PRINCIPAL: A dwelling unit which serves as the principal or primary dwelling for a household , as opposed to a guest home or accessory dwelling. A residential dwelling unit including modular units, containers, soft wall shelters, mobile prefabricated structures. recreational vehicles, or trailers, not affixed to the ground by a permanent foundation. EASEMENT: A property interest (less than a fee simple estate) which an entity has in land owned by another, entitling the holder of the interest to limited use or enjoyment of the other's land , such as for a driveway , installation of utility lines , or the like , the purpose of which shall be designated and placed on the plat as appropriate. Plats shall show the entity to which the easement has been granted. EFFECTIVE DATE OF THE APPLICABLE REGULATIONS : The effective date of the first pertinent ordinance ever adopted by the city. "Pertinent ordinance" means , for example with respect to a nonconforming use , the first ordinance which prohibited that use on that land, which ordinance (and its successors) has continued in effect to the time as of which the legality of the use needs to be determined. ENVIRONMENT AL ASSESSMENT: The critical appraisal of the likely effects of a proposed project, activity , or policy on the environment, both positive and negative. EXCAVATION: See chapter 70 of the international building code. EXTERIOR: Those outside portions of a structure , landscape , or lot that are visible from a public right of way or an adjacent property. FENCE: A hedge, structure, or partition , erected for the purpose of enclosing or delineating a piece of land , or to divide a piece of land into distinct portions or ownerships. FINDINGS OF FACT: That part of a decision document which sets out those facts in evidence Page 11 of 48 Ord. 983 Local Housin g and Short-term Rental Code Update , 2019 found by the fact finder , and which the fact finder believes are necessary and material to their dec ision. See Idaho Code section 67-6535. FOOTPRINT: The area of the lot which is within the perimeter created by a vertical extension to the ground of the exterior walls of a ll enclosed portions of a building, including all attached structures, decks , porches , and accessory annexes. GARAGE, REPAIR : A building designed and used for the storage, care, repair , or refinishing of motor vehicles including both minor and major mechanical overhauling, paint and body work. GARAGE, RESIDENTIAL: A building designed and used for the storage and care of motor vehicles owned by the property owner or guests. GROUND FLOOR: The floor of a building with a principal entrance which faces the street to which the building address is ass igned . HARDSHIP: As app li ed to a request for a variance , an act of depriving an owner of a property the opportunity to use that property to the reasonable use because of some feature or condition of the property. HEALTH AUTHORITY OR HEALTH DEPARTMENT: That office of the Central district health department having approval jurisdiction over land development within the c ity , such as: location and engineering for septic systems; water systems (wells and distribution); review of subdivision plats , etc . HEIGHT, BUILDING: Building height shall be measured vertically from any point on a proposed or existing bu ilding element to the existing grade prior to construction directly below said point on a proposed or existing building element. (The highest to lowest measurement at any given vertical structure line.) Ord. 983 Local Housing and Short-term Rental Code Update ~~~~'2019 Page 12 of 48 LOT: A quantity of land shown as an individual unit on the most recent relevant , approved plat of record or approved record of survey; and also a quantity of land described in a deed recorded prior to March 24, 1994, and apparent ly executed for the purpose , whether immediate or future , of building development. The word "lot" includes the words "parcel" and "tract" where such parcel or tract is the smallest quantity of land that includes the site of a proposed use or building with respect to which a permit is sought, which quantity of land is the subject of a deed of record . "Lot" does not include a strip or gore of land which was apparentl y conveyed for the purpose of adjusting the boundary between ownerships of record . "Parcel" and "tract" can also mean a larger quantity of land out of which a subdivision is being created , or a tract of land set aside for future development, as the context makes most suitable. "Approved" as used in this paragraph means formally approved under these or predecessor subdivision regulations. LOT, AREA OF: The area of a lot is computed exclusive of any portion of the right of way of any public or private street. LOT, CORNER: A lot located at the intersection of two (2) or more streets . LOT COVERAGE: The building footprint plus other surfaces such as driveways , decks , patios , and walkways expressed as a percentage of the total lot area. See section 3.3.06 of this title. LOT, FLAG: A lot with access to the bulk of the lot provided by a narrow corridor. LOT FRONTAGE: The front of a lot shall be construed to be the portion nearest the street. For the purpose of determining yard requirements on comer lots and through lots , all sides of a lot adjacent to streets shall be considered frontage , and y ards shall be provided as indicated under the definition of "yards" in this section. LOT LINE ADJUSTMENT: A change or modification of easement lines or boundary lines between existing lots , parcels of land , or properties , which does not reduce the area, frontage , width, depth , or bui ld ing setback lines of each Jot , parcel of land , or property below the minimum zoning requirements and which does not create additional lots or new streets. LOT OF RECORD: A lot in a subdivision the plat of which is of record in the office of the county recorder; or a lot or parcel described in a record of survey or deed so recorded prior to March 24 , 1994. LOT, THROUGH: A lot other than a comer Jot with frontage on more than one street. Through Jots abutting two (2) streets may also be referred to as "double frontage" Jots . LOT WIDTH: The distance para! lei to the front lot line , measured between side lot lines through that part of the building envelope or buildable area of the lot where the lot is narrowest. MANUFACTURING, HEAVY: Manufacturing, processing, assembling, storing, testing and similar industrial uses which are generall y major operations and extensive in character, which require large sites , open storage and service areas , extensive services and facilities , ready access Ord . 983 Local Housing and Short-term Rental Code Update ____ ,2019 Page 15 of 48 to regional transportation and which normally generate some nuisances such as smoke, noise, v ibration , du st, g lare, air pollution and water pollution. MANUFACTURING, LIGHT: Manufacturing or other indu stria l uses w hi ch are usua ll y controlled operations; relatively clean , quiet, and free of o bj ectionab le or hazardous e lem ents such as smoke, noise, odor, or dust; operating and storing within e ncl osed structures, and generating little industrial traffic and no nuisances. MEAN HIGH WATER MARK: The mark on a ll watercourses, where the presence and act ion of waters is so common and continued in a ll ord in ary years as to mark up on the soi l a character distinct from that of the abutti ng upland , in respect to vegetation, and destroys its value fo r agricultural purposes. In areas w here riprap bank sta bilization has occ urred , the measurement sha ll begin on the landward side of such stabi li zation work. MOBILE HOME: A vehic le or structure constructed with wh eels for use on the public highways, which has sleep in g, cooking and plumbing facilities , is intended for hum an occupancy and is being used for residential purposes. The term "mo bil e home" d oes not appl y to any prefabricated section of a factory built house to w hich w hee ls m ay be attached for the purpose of m ov in g it to a permanent location where it becomes affixed to real property. MOBILE HOME PARK: Any privately owned place where two (2) or more mobile homes used for human occupancy are parked within five hundred feet (500') of each other on a lot, tract or parcel of land under the same ownership. MOBILE HOME SPACE: A pl ot of land with in a mobile home park designated for the accommo dation of a mobile home. NONCONFORMING MOBILE HOME: A mobile home whic h is not permitted under the district in which it is located , but w hi ch was permitted by or conformed to requ ir ements of a zoni ng ordin ance in effect prior to March 16 , 2006. NONCONFORMING USE, DEVELOPMENT, OR STRUCTURE: A use , development, or structure not permitted in the re levant zone or n ot conforming to one or more standards in th is title or title IX of th is code, but which la wfull y existed prior to the effective date of thi s title and w hi ch is p ermitted to continue. See chapter 11 of this title. NOTICE: As required by chapter 15 of this title. NURSERY: Land, building, structure or combination thereof for the storage, cu lti vation, and tran splantin g of live trees , shrubs or plants offered for retail sale on the premises ; s uch use may include sa le of products used for gardening or land scaping. Ord . 983 Local Ho using and Short-term Rental Code Update , 20 19 Page 16 of 48 OPEN SPACE: An area substantially open to the sky which may be on the same lot with a building. The area may include, along with natural environmental features , water areas , swimming pools, tennis courts and any other recreational facilities deemed similar by the commission and approved by the council. Streets, parking areas, structures for habitation , and the like , shall not be included as open space. OVERLAY: Describes a zone imposing req uirements in addition to those of an underlying zone, applied where characteristics of the land or the type of development proposed for the land require special considerations. OWNER: The person or persons holding the fee simple estate . For purposes of enforcement, the owner in fee simple and also the person or persons in possession. owner OFI PARK, PUBLIC: An area of publicly owned land retained in the natural state and/or developed with walks, recreation facilities , picnic areas , etc ., for the use and enjoyment of the public. (A) Park: A parcel of land dedicated to the public or privately owned. A park is maintained for the primary purposes of recreations and/or green space. (B) Green Space: Planned and preserved open land , an interconnected system of open land , and determined to have cultural, ecological, and/or recreational value . (C) Parks And Recreation Advisory Committee: The McCall parks board , a recommending body whose members are appointed by the council. (D) Master Plan : The McCall parks , lands and trails master plan , as may be amended from time to time. PARKING AREA: An area reserved for the parking of vehicles consisting of one , or more , parking spaces. PARKING, ON SITE: The area off of any public or private street, access easement or alley used for the transient storage , with appropriate dimensions, of passenger vehicles, parking stalls , access drives and aisles. PARKING SPACE, OFF STREET: A space designed and designated for the parking of vehicles located totall y outside of the right of way of any street or alley , together with properly designed access to a public street or alley , and maneuve ring room. PATIO : A recreation or li v ing area that adjoins or is u se d in conjunction with a dwelling or other building , is on grade, and is usually paved or surfaced , e.g., wood , stone, brick, etc ., often used for outdoor dining . Ord. 983 Local Housing and Short-term Rental Code Update , 2019 Page 17 of 48 PEDESTRIAN AMENITY: An area adjacent to a street right of way that is improved for pedestrians; such areas include, but are not limited to , plazas , outdoor seating areas , bus waiting areas, and street furnishings ( e.g., seating, planter, drinking fountains, public art, kiosks, way finding s ign s, etc.) within such areas. PERIMETER FENCING: Fencin g which substantially encloses the property in question . PERMANENT LIVING QUARTERS: The use of a mobile home on one specific site for living quarters for a period in excess of forty five (45) days in any twe lve (12) month period sha ll constitute a use for permanent living quarters. PERSONAL SERVICES: Services rendered to the general public , such as, but not limited to , those rendered by shoe repair shops, barbershops , beauty parlors and sim ilar activities , for financial gain . PIER : That construct ion erected upon the shore for the purpose of providing access to docks. PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT (PUD): An area of land described in a final plan approved pursuant to chapter 10 of this title, and the improvements and land features to be constructed on it pursuant to the approval given. PLANNING JURISDICTION: The geographic area consisting of the city of McCall together with the city of McCall area of city impact. PLANNING STAFF: The individuals assigned by the city to conduct the planning functions of the city. PLAT, FINAL: The plat of a subdivision or dedication , or any portion thereof, completely approved and executed for filing and recording in the office of the Valley Cou nty recorder, pursuant to title IX, chapter 2 of this code. PLAT, PRELIMINARY: A preliminary plan of the plat, subd ivision or dedication containing the elements and requirements set forth in title IX , chapter 2 of this code. PLOT PLAN: A plan showing the layout of improvements on a lot. The plot plan usually includes lo cation, dimension s, parking areas, landscaping and the like . PRINCIPAL STRUCTURE: A structure located on a parcel which is designed for and used as the primary structure as opposed to an attached or accessory structure. PRIVATE COMMUNITY USES: Parochial schools, co lle ges, camps, hospital , and other facilities of an educational , charitable , philanthropic or nonprofit nature. PROFESSIONAL OFFICES: The use of a building or part thereof and related spaces for such professional services as are provided by medical practitioners , lawyers , architects, engineers, real Page 18 of 48 Ord. 983 Local Housing and Short-term Rental Co de U pdate _____ ,2019 ROADWAY: A portion or portions of a street right-of-way or of a street without platted right-of- way developed , appropriately surfaced, and opened for vehic ular traffic, commonly used by the public, measured to the curb, in the absence of a curb to the top of the back slope of the borrow ditch , and in the absence of curb or borrow ditch , to the bottom of the fill s lop e; where there is no curb , no borrow ditch , and no fill slope, then to the edge of the traveled way. SCHOOL: An institution providing full time day in struction which is accredited by and meets the requirements of the Idaho State Board of E ducation , including nursery schools or kindergartens whose annual sess ion doe s not exceed the school sessions for full time day schoo ls . SEAT: For purposes of determining the number of off street parking spaces for certain uses , the number of seats is the number of seating units installed or indicated , or each twenty fo ur (24) lin ear inches of benches, pews or space for loose chairs. SECURITY TRAILER: A mobile home used for residential purposes in the operation of a business or industry to provide living quarters on the premises for a night watchman or caretaker. SERVICE RETAIL BUSINESS : A bu si ness which se ll s a service to the public at a price normally greater than the wholesale price . SERVICE STATION : Buildings and premises where gasoline, oi l, grease, batteries, tires and motor vehicle accessories may be supp li ed and dispensed at retail and w here, in add iti on, light maintenance activities such as engine tuneup s, lubrication , exhaust system repair, minor repairs and carburetor c leaning are conducted . Activities conducted at a service station shal l not include major mechanical and body work, straightening of body parts , painting, welding or storage of automobiles. Additio nall y, the sales of co ld drinks, packaged food, tobacco and similar convenience goods for service station customers is permitted, as accessory and incidental to principal service station operations. SETBACK LINE: A lin e established by this title, generally parallel with and meas ured from the lot line , defining the limits of a yard in which an e lement of a building or structure shall not be located aboveground except as may be provided in this title . The setback line for any particular building e lement shall be determined by measuring from the appropriate lot line to the outermost protrusion of the building element or structure such as the roof drip line of a roof, eaves of a roof, or rail of a deck. The setback line from the water pool shore contour or high water mark shall be measured from the nearest point of such water pool shore contour or high water mark. Setbacks shall be measured on the horizontall y projected plane. SHOPPING CENTER: A complex of retail busine sses grouped together and having a common parking area. SHORELINE: See water pool shore contour, high water mark. Ord. 983 Local Housing and Short-term Rental Code Update ~~~~'2019 Page 21 of 48 : Any individually or collectively owned single-family house or dwelling unit or any unit or group of units in a condominium, cooperative or timeshare, or owner-occupied residential home that is offered for a fee and for thirty (30) consecutive days or less. SIDEWALK: That portion of the road right of way outside the roadway which is improved for the use of pedestrian traffic. SIGN: See chapter 9, "Signs", of this title. SITE PLAN: A detailed plan for a parcel which includes information about the plot, buildings and other improvements , rights of way , easements , natural features , etc . SLASH: Brush, severed limbs, poles, tops and other waste material incident to logging or land clearing which are less than or equal to three inches (3 ") in diameter. STORAGE FACILITY, SELF-SERVICE: A facility designed primarily for the covered or enclosed storage of belongings of the public on a rental basis. These facilities are usually secured with fencing and security gates. STORAGE OR MERCHANDISING FACILITY, TEMPORARY: Includes , but is not limited to , tents, freight trailers, freight containers , or other storage units , which are being used for storage of equipment or inventory , or used for the display and sale or rental of equipment or merchandise; but does not include personal utility or boat trailers in a residential district on the property of the owner of the same. STORAGE YARD: Any area used for storage of vehicles , equipment, materials and /or similar items , either commercial or private. STORY: That part of a building between the surface of a floor and the ceiling immediately above it, including the ceiling structure. STREET: A right of way which provides vehicular and pedestrian access to adjacent properties. The term "street" also includes the terms highway, thoroughfare, parkway , road, avenue , boulevard, lane, place, and other such terms. Streets are classified as follows (where an existing street has less than the below indicated width ofright of way , such fact shall not deprive it of the status of "street", but shall instead evidence city policy for lawful acquisition of right of way in the fullness of time). Streets are designated in title VIII, "Public Ways And Property", of this code. (A) Minor: A street which has the primary purpose of providing access to abutting properties, of which the right of way shall be not less than sixty feet (60') in width; (B) Collector: A street designated in title VIII of this code for the purpose of carrying traffic from minor streets to other collector streets and/or arterial streets , of which the right of way shall be not less than seventy feet (70') in width . Ord. 983 Local Housing and Short-term Rental Code Update ~~~~'2019 Page 22 of 48 TOWNHOUSE SUBLOT: The lot resulting from platting a residential townhouse development. TOWNHOUSE UNIT: One or more rooms , including a minimum of one bathroom and a single kitchen, designed for or occupied as a unit by one family for living and cooking purposes , located in a townhouse development on a platted townhouse sublot, and meeting the efficiency dwelling unit standards established in the international building code , as amended . TREE: A tall perennial woody plant hav ing a main trunk and branches forming a distinct elevated crown . UPPER FLOOR: Any floor of a buildin g w hich is s ituated abov e the elevation of the ground floor . USE: The specific purposes for which land or a building, or a portion of either or both , 1s designated , arranged , or intended , or for which it is or may be occupied or maintained. UTILITIES: Installations for conducting water, sewage , gas , electricity , television , and stormwater, and similar facilities providing service to and used by the public. VARIANCE: The relaxation of an otherw ise applicable dimensional requirement. See chapter .Ll. of this title . VEHICLE: A "vehicle" as defined in the Idaho Code; however, for purposes of the sign regulations, authorization of signs on vehicles, a vehicle which is currently , regularly , commonly , and principally used for a significant transportation purpose other than display of such sign and which motor vehicle is not under an y circumstances to be used principally as a sign for a business , either in the scenic route overlay district, or elsewhere , no matter how conforming to this title the sign may otherwise be. VETERINARY ANIMAL HOSPITAL OR CLINIC: A place used for the care , grooming, diagnosis and treatment of sick, ailing , infirm , or injured animals , and those who are in need of medical or surgical attention, and may include overnight accommodations on the premises for treatment, observations and/or recuperation . It may also include boarding that is incidental to the primary activity. VICINITY MAP: A drawing which sets forth by dimensions or other means the relationship of the proposed development to other nearby developments or landmarks and community facilities and services within the general area , in order to better locate and orient the area affected by an application. WALKWAY: A public way, four feet (4') or more in width , for pedestrian use only , whether or not alon g the side of a road. WASTE MATTER: Any kind of liquid or solid waste , including without limitation , tra sh , household garbage or refuse of any kind , such as rubble , broken asphalt and concrete, crates, Page 25 of 48 Ord. 983 Local Hou sin g and Short-term Rental Co de U pd ate ~~~~'2019 cartons, m etal, glass; app li ances or appliance she ll s; vehicle bodies and parts; or acc umul ations of manure other than that c u sto maril y in pastures and in association w ith fert ili zation of lawfu l on s ite agricultural us es . "Waste matte r " a lso includes a nythin g that was in a waste container but w hich has escaped from the same . WATER POOL SHORE CONTOUR, PAYETTE LAKE: The intersection with the shore of a horizontal plane at an elevation of 4,988.79 feet above sea level. It is irrelevant for purposes of this title that such contour is or is not covered by water at any particular time or times. WETLANDS: Lands which are dedi cated and protected in accordance with Federal laws and are not to be in cl ud ed in the calculation of land to meet the requirements for parks. WRECKING YARD: A place w here the dismantling or wrecking of two (2) or more used motor ve hicl es, mobile homes, trai le rs or the storage, sale or dumping of dismantled , partially dismantled , obsolete or wrecked vehi cles or their parts , occurs. See also definition of Junk Buildings, Junk Shops, Junkyard s. YARD : An area, un occupied and un obstructed by any structure or portion of a structure ; provided, that accessories , ornaments and furnit u re may be permitted in any yard , s ubj ect to height limitations and requirements limiting obstruction of v is ibili ty, defi ned as the area between the lot lin e and the setback I ine. YARD, USABLE: One (1) or m ore well drained open areas covered w ith lawn grass or other su itabl e cover material, located on the same lot as the principal use, for use by the residents for outdoor activit ies . Usable yard may be computed in part using sandboxes, horseshoe pits, and like outd oor recreational facilit ies. No dimension of the usable yard s h all be less than ten feet (10'). "Usable yard" does not include driveways , common walks, refuse storage or co ll ection areas , or off street parking or loading areas. Decks and accessible flat roof areas having at least one (1) dimension of ten feet (1 O'), and no dimension less than three feet (3'), may b e used to meet a u sable yard requirement. (Ord. 821 , 2-23-2006, eff. 3-16-2006 ; a m d. Ord. 840, 9 -6-2007; Ord. 846, 11-5-2007; Ord. 864, 2-12-2009 ; Ord . 880 , 9-23-20 10; Ord. 930, 12-18-2014, eff. 1-1- 20 16 ; Ord. 952 , 11-3-2016) 3.3.02: RESIDENTIAL USE REGUL AT IONS : (A) Permitted And Conditionally Permitted Uses: The uses identified in table 3.3.02 of this section shall be the primary u ses a ll owed to occur on a property. A ll uses, unless otherwise provided for in this title, shall be conducted w ithin enc losed structures. A ll uses not li sted in table 3.3.02 of this section require review by the commission and a conditiona l u se permit. The primary uses id e nti fied in table 3 .3 .02 of this sectio n shall be permitted or conditionally permitted as indicated: P: Where the symbo l P appears, the use shall be permitted. A: Where the symbol a p ears , the use may be permitted subject to the issuance of an administrative permi in accordance with section 3.13.01 of this title. Ord . 983 Local Housing and Short-term Rental Code Update , 2019 Page 26 of 48 C: Where the symbol p ears , the use shall be permitted subject to the iss uan ce of a condit iona · in accordance with section 3.13.03 of this title. , tb u: e::is not permitted . TABLE 3.3.02 PERMITTED AND CONDITIONALLY PERMITTED USES WITHIN RESIDENTIAL ZONES Allowed Use I RR I RE jRljR4jRS R16 Accessory structure >1 ,500 sq uare feet ~~~~~ G Accessory structure1 ~l ,500 square feet jAjAjAjAjA A Accessory use , residential FFFFF.--p _ _.. Agricultural structure jAjAjAjCjC C Agricultural use FFF~~.---.... Amusement or recreation fac ili ty, indoor (only) ~~~~~ Anima l clinic, animal hospital , or veterinary office jCjCjC~~.---.... Animals , large or common farm animals jAjAjA~~ Animals , small farm animals FFFFF.--A _ _.. Automotive , hobby jAjAjAjAjA A Camp jCjCjCjCjC.----c- Care center jCjCjCjCjC C Cemetery jCjCjCjCjC.---c- Children's treatment facility jCjCjCjCjC C Church jCjCjCjCjC.---c- Clinic jCjCjCjCjC C I C lub or lodge or social hall jCjCjCjCjC.--c-..... Convenience store jCjCjCjCjC C Drug and alcohol treatment faci lity jCjCjC~~.---.... Dwelling, multi-family ~~~FF P Ord. 98 3 Local Housing and Short-tenn Rental Cod e Update , 2019 Page 27 of 48 I Dwelling, rooming house Dwelling, short term rental, occupancy less than 20 persons Dwelling, short term rental , occupancy 20 or more persons I :g,,,,elliAg, twe family I Dwelling unit, accessory (incl uding guesthouses) I Dwelling Unit, local housing Dwelling, short term rental, occu12ancy less 1 than 20 gersons Dwelling unit , principal (single-family) Foster home, gro up Golf course and country club Home occupatio n I Kenne l I Large scale retail bu siness2 Mortu ary Nursery , w ho lesale (on ly) Nursing faci li ty , skilled I Professional office Public parks , recreation areas , easements , trails Recreational ve hicl e park I Rental store and storage yard Restaurant Restaurant, form ul a3 I Retail business l Retail , form ul a 1 Ord . 983 Local Housing and Short-te rm Rental Code Update ____ ,2019 FFfcfcfc C r-r-r-r-r-p r r r r r C FFFFF p !P!P!P!PF p IEIE~~~ E P-P-FFF A JPJPFFF p FFfcfcfc C FFfcfcfc C JPJPFFF p FFfc~~ ~~~~~ FF ~~~ JP ~~~~ FFfcfcfc C FFfcfcfc C !A!AIAIAIA A FFfcfcfc C FFfc~~ FFfcfcfc C ~~~~~ FFfcfcfc C ~~~~~ Page 28 of 48 Retirement or assisted livin g home FFfcfcfc C ~R-oa_d_s-id_e_p_r_o_d_u-ce-st-an_d ___________ jAjA[A~~.---- School, public or private FFfcfcjC C .-S-e_r_v-ic_e_r_e-ta_i_l _b_us_i_n-es_s ____________ FFfcfcjC.--c--1 I Stable or riding arena , commercial FF~~~ .-S-t-o-ra_g_e_f:_a_ci-li_cy_,_s_e_lf--s-e-~-i-c_e _________ FFfc~~.---- 1 Storage yard (outdoor) FFfc~~ ,....T_e_m_p_o_r_a_ry-li-v-in_g_q_u_a_rt_e-rs __________ jAjA[A[A[A.--A--1 Tower or antenna structure FFfcfc~ Notes: 1. See section 3.8.18 of this title for limitation s on retail , formula . 2. See subsection 3 .8.02(E) of this title . 3. See section 3.8.17 of this title for limitations on restaurants , formula. 4. See Section 3.8.11 of this title for limitation on size and requirements of design review. (Ord. 931 , 2-12-2015) 3.4.02: COMMERCIAL USE REGULATIONS PERMITTED AND CONDITIONALLY PERMITTED USES WITIDN COMMERCIAL ZONES: (A) Permitted And Conditionally Permitted Uses : The uses identified in table 3.4.02 of this section, uses within commercial zones , shall be the primary uses allowed to occur on a property. A ll use , les otherw· e p.rovicl:e or · this title hall be conducte with· enc osea struc ures. For example, some busines ses, such as a gas station or car wash, wi ll have a portion of a use outside the primary structure. All use s not li ste d in table 3 .4.02 of this section require review by the commission and a conditional use permit. The primary uses identified in table 3.4.02 of this sectio n may be permitted or conditionally permitted as indicated: P : Where the symbol P appears, the use shall be permitted . A: Where the symbol A appears , the use may be permitted subject to the issuance of an administrative permit in accordance with section 3.13.01 of thi s title. C : Where the sy mbol C appears, the use may be permitted subject to the issuance of a conditional use permit in accordance with section 3.13.03 of this title. Where no symbol, or a dash , appears , the use is not permitted . Ord. 983 Local Housin g and Short-term Rental Code Update , 2019 Page 29 of 48 TABLE 3.4.02 PERMITTED AND CONDITIONALLY PERMITTED USES WITHIN COMMERCIAL ZONES Allowed Use Adult entertainment establishment Agricultural or garden use , without farm animals Amusement or recreation facility, indoor I Amusement or recreation facility , outdoor Animal boarding with outside runs Animal clinic , animal hospital , or veterinary office Animals , small farm animals Auction establishment, outdoor Automobile, major repair Automobile or recreational vehicle sales or service (used or new), indoor Automobile or recreational vehicle sales or service (used or new), outdoor Bank I Bar, brewpub , or nightclub Camp Car wash Care center Cemetery I Church Clinic, medical (excluding animal or veterinary) Club or social hall Contractor's yard or shop Ord. 983 Local Housing and Short-term Rental Code Update , 2019 NC cc p p C p C A C C C p A A C C C ~r- ~~ I p p I C p I C C C p p C C C p p p C p C CBD p p C p A C C p p C p p p p Page 30 of 48 Convention facility C p Crematory C Drive-up window service C Dry cleaning facility C C Dwelling, accessory A p p £ £ £ A A A Dwelling, multi-family p pI ,i _ pl ~ Dwelling, rooming house C p p Dwelling, sing le-family p p pI ,i Farm, garden , lumber, or building supply store C p p Hotel or motel C p p Kennel , commercial C C Large scale retail business4 Laundromat p p p Mixed use 1 Use procedure of most restrictive use Mortuary p p Nursery , retail (on ly) p p p Off street parking facility when not accessory ci p l C l Office , temporary construction A A A Package and letter delivery service C p p Personal , business, or professional service p p p Portable classroom A A A Professional offices p p p Public parks , recreation areas or easements , and trails p p p Page 31 of 48 Ord. 983 Local Housing and Short-term Rental Code Update _, 2019 Public service faci li ty C I C C Radio and televis ion broadcasting station p I p p Recreational veh icl e park C I C Recycling center I p I p Rental or retail store with o utdo or storage or display r-r-C yard Rental or retail store w ith out outdoor storage or display r-r-p yard Research and development facility I p p p Restaurant I p p p Restaurant, forrn ula5 I p p p Retail, formula3 I p p p Retai l sales relating to an approved use I A A A Retirement or assisted li ving home p p p School, public or private p p p School, vocational or trade p p p I Service reta il business A A A Service station C C Storage faci li ty , se lf-service C Storage yard ( o utdo or) C Studio (music , art, dance or similar studio) p p p Swimming pool, private A A A Theater p p p Tower or antenna structure , commercial C C C Tower or antenna structure , private A A C Transit faci li ty (e.g., bus stop , bus shelter, transit center) p p p Truck stop C Page 32 of 48 Ord. 983 Local Housing a nd Short-term Rental Code Update , 20 19 Notes : I.Subject to subsection 3.4.04(D) of this chapter. 2. Single, tv.•o family, or multi family dwellings are allowed as part of a mbred use development. ~2. See section 3.8.18 of this tit le for lim itations o n retail, formu la. 4-:-~ See sub sect ion 3.8.02(E) of this title. ~. See section 3.8.17 of this title for limi tations on restaurants , formula. (Ord. 923 , 5-22 -2014) 3.4.04: COMMERCIAL ZONE SPECIAL DEVELOPMENT ST AND ARDS: (A) Design Review: Design review is required as provided for in chapter 16 of this title. (Ord. 821 , 2-23-2006 , eff. 3-16-2006) (B) Sidewalks , Curbs And Gutters: Sidewalks, curbs and gutters or pathways accord in g to the McCall area pathways master plan are req uired as provided for in title IX of this code. (Ord. 898 , 5-10-2012) (C) Outdoor Eating And Seating: Outdoor and/or sidewalk eating and seatin g provisions may be administratively approved , subject to the review of an applicant's plan for outdoor seating. The s ubmitted plan must include : 1. Hours of operation for outdoor seat ing versus indoor seating; 2 . Location of outdoor seating facilities during and outside of business hours; 3. Necessary food and alcohol permits for outdoor operation; 4. Plans for waste a batement; 5. Letter of agreement to the conditions outlined in the outdoor seating plan. (Ord. 864 , 2-12- 2009) 1. In a multi-story structure, provide for commercial space and/or public uses are provided at the street level w ith resident ia l space above ( or below). 2. In a d evelopment with Within a parcel, provide for a commercial and/or public u se building fac in g the primary street, with residential units are located to the rear or side. Ord. 983 Local Housing and Short-term Rental Code Update ~~~~'2019 Page 33 of 48 3. Provide for a combination of living and entrepreneurial spaces , such as artists' lofts and quarters or specialized training facilities 1,vithin a site residence. 4.-_l In each case, a proposal will be expected to provide at least fifty percent (50%) ground floor area in commercial and /or public uses; or in the CC zone, an equivalent square footage are deed restricted for local housing. (Ord. 821 , 2-23-2006, eff. 3-16-2006) 3.6.02: PUBLIC ZONE USE REGULATIONS PERMITTED AND CONDITIONALLY PERMITTED USES WITHIN PUBLIC ZONES: (A) Permitted And Conditionally Permitted Uses: The uses identified in table 3.6.02 , "Permitted And Conditionally Permitted Uses Within Public Zones", of this section shall be the primary uses allowed to occur on a property. All uses , except for those provided for in subsection 3.8.0l(H), "Outdoor Display Areas", section 3.8.05 , "Temporary Storage And Merchandising Facilities Not To Become Permanent", of this title, and aircraft parking and light maintenance in the AP zone , shall be conducted within enclosed structures. All uses not listed in table 3.6.02 of this section require review by the commission and a conditional use permit. The primary uses identified in table 3.6.02 of this section shall be permitted or conditionally permitted as indicated P: Where the symbol P appears, the use shall be permitted. A: Where the symbol A appears , the use may be permitted subject to the issuance of an administrative permit in accordance with section 3.13.01 of this title. C : Where the symbol C appears, the use may be permitted subject to the issuance of a conditional use permit in accordance with section 3.13.03 , "Conditional Use Permit Standards", of this title . Where no symbol, or a dash, appears , the use is not permitted. (Ord. 821 , 2-23-2006, eff. 3- 16-2006) TABLE 3.6.02 PERMITTED AND CONDITIONALLY PERMITTED USES WITHIN PUBLIC ZONES Allowed Use ~jCV AP 1.-A-cc_e_s-so_r_y_s-tr_u_c-tu_r_e _>_l _,S_O_O_s_q_u_a _re_fi_e-et ________ jAjA A j Agricultural service establishment jC~~-- .... , A-gr-i-cu-1-tu_r_a_l s-t-ru-c-tu_r_e ______________ jA~ - l Agricultural use F ~~---- Ord . 983 Local Housing and Short-term Rental Co de Update , 2019 Page 34 of 48 1. Housing must be a part of a mixed use project. 2. See section 3.8.18 of this title for limitations on retail , formula. 3. See subsection 3 .8.02(E) of this title. 4. Residential uses are permitted in mixed use building when the primary use of the ground floor is a nonresidential use allowed in the CV zone. 5 . Multi-family housing must be a part of a mixed use project. 6. See section 3.8.17 of this title for limitations on restaurants, formula. (Ord. 875, 5-27-2010) 3.7.032: REQUIREMENTS FOR DEVELOPMENT: Prior to the issuance of a building permit, and prior to any clearing, grubbing, excavation, or other construction (including removal of any existing structures or improvements), the owner shall apply for scenic route and design review approval in accordance with the procedure outlined in chapter 16 of this title , which application shall include a site plan. A building permit shall neither be issued, nor any such work or construction undertaken , until approval of the site plan and design approval of proposed structures. (A) Materials Provided By Applicant: The applicant shall furnish graphic or pictorial material sufficient to indicate the nature of any proposed development or improvement to include signing and landscaping , and an indication of obscured views, if any. (B) Commission Determination: The commission shall ascertain whether the proposed development, improvement or use wi II: 1. Block or disrupt the visibility of significant views or features . 2 . Be compatible (in terms of setback, bulk, height, design , finish materials , signing and landscaping) with its immediate surroundings and the desired visual quality of the scenic route. (D) Setbacks: All structures in subdivisions platted after March 16 , 2006, are to be set back from the property line not less than seventy five feet (75'), except that where the lot is within any residential zone, commercial zone, airport (AP) zone, business park or industrial zone, the setbacks provided for such zone shall govern instead. The setback requirements for parcels along South Third Street (Highway 55) from Deinhard Lane to the south boundary of the impact area are as follows : 1. Adjacent to , or within , three hundred feet (300') of a street intersection, the setback will be ten feet (10'). Ord . 983 Local Housing and Short-term Rental Code Update , 2019 Page 37 of 48 2. Otherwise , the setback will be thirty five feet (35'). (E) Timber Harvesting: The existing forest in the McCall area is considered a public resource , important to the character of the planning jurisdiction and its tourist economy. Prior to the issuance of a relevant building permit, the harvesting of timber shall be limited to dead , dy ing or damaged trees. Slash shall not be accumulated or piled within view of the roadway. Following issuance of a relevant building permit, tree removal is additionally permitted within the area of the building footprint , other structures , driveways, and other improvements , and in accord with section 3.8.04, "Fire Hazard Mitigation Standards", of this title. Development of the lot should endeavor to preserve standing, healthy trees outside the area occupied by improvements ; lawn not being considered an improvement for these purposes. Landscaping shall replace trees harvested or removed. (F) Access Roads: 1. Access roads in subdivisions and resubdivision s platted after March 16 , 2006, will be kept to a minimum. Every s ubdivision platted after March 16 , 2006 , shall provide an interior roadway prov iding access to each lot , which interior roadway shall connect to the scenic route at a single point of access, as is the case with Lucks Point Subdivision, for example, except as the fire chief may require an additional access. The intersections of any two (2) access roads with the scenic route in the impact area and any portion of the planning jurisdiction that was in the impact area on March 16 , 2006 , shall be no closer than one thousand feet (1 ,000') to each other. Where the entire frontage of a parcel on the scenic route on March 16 , 2006 , is less than one thousand feet (1 ,000') from the intersection of its side boundaries with the right of way , and if an agreement with adjacent property owners for a common property line point of access is not reached after bona fide effort, that shorter distance between intersections is permitted which is consistent with a minimization of points of access. Direct driveway access shall be discouraged to the scenic route in the impact area. 2. Inside the city limits within existing subdivisions where individual lots with scenic route right of way as a lot boundary cannot obtain access to the public road from a road interior to the subdivision, direct access onto the scenic route may be allowed; provided , that the driveway distances in the applicable zone shall apply. In such cases, common driveway s on common lot lines , thus two (2) driveway accesses per four (4) lots , may be required . (G) Bike Paths: Some or all of the routes listed in sect ion 3.7.031 of this chapter are designated by the parks and recreation master plan (also see the "McCall area pathways master plan ") to have a bike path , walkway or other recreational routing alongside , or as a part of the scenic route. Where such designation exists, the commission shall assist in the effectuation of the master plans by the exaction of recreational easements or dedication of additional right of way or other techniques to ensure a continuous route for such uses . In all cases , the city must show that such exaction is roughly proportional to the impacts of the development and that the conditions for implementing portions of the bike paths are to be based upon an individualized determination for each development that the conditions are related to both the Ord . 983 Local Housing and Short-term Rental Code Update , 2019 Page 38 of 48 nature and extent of such impacts . Digital data for easements shall be provided according to the digital data submittal standards policy. (H) For Sale: A long the scenic ro ute , vehicles and other personal property shall not be displayed for sale outside of a building unless the occupant of the property is an authorized dealer of merchandise that is consistent with the primary business and has obtained approval from the administrator. The owner or occupant of property a lon g the scenic route may display hi s or her own vehicle or other personal property for sale on hi s or her own premises. (Ord. 902, 7- 12-2012) 3.8.11: ACCESSORY USE, BUILDINGS AND STRUCTURES: (A) Accessory dv,elling units may be used for lease or rental purposes by obtaining a business license for rental. See chapter 13 , "Permits And Applications", of this title. Accessory dwelling units are not considered for purposes of determining development density . An accessory dv,elling unit must meet the requirements of the city code, where applicable, for separate water connections, and shall be separately connected to a municipal sewer main, or meet all governmental standards for water and sewage systems 1,vhere municipal systems are not available. (C) Accessory dv,relling units intended for rental or lease (greater than 30 days), are considered long term rentals; short term , or vacation, rentals are intended for rental periods of thirty (30) days or less. (Ord. 821 , 2 23 2006 , eff. 3 16 2006) (B) 3.8.11.01: ACCESSORY DWELLING UNITS Accessory Dwelling Units: Accessory dwelling units are permitted sub ject to the provisions of Chapter 16 DESIGN REVIEW of this Title and the following conditions: (B) welling unit shall Ord . 983 Local Housing and Short-t erm Rental Code Update , 2019 pact of, or added to ethe Page 39 of 48 for purposes (D) Basic equi ments for Habitation: An accessory dwelling unit shall provide basic requirements for living, sleeping, eating, cooking and sanitation. (E) requirements of city code Title 2 B standards for water and sewage systems. (F) Size: The square footage of the accessory dwelling shall not the unit has been dedicated as a local housing unit. (G) Parking: o additional parking i requitled. as Losa! Hou-sin ailable funcfing. (I) Rental Requirements: et, unless 1. Accessory dwelling units may be used for lease or rental purposes by obtaining a business lieens for rental pursuant to Title 4 BUSINESS REGULATIONS of the Municipal Code. In the situation where there is a short-term rental on a property. either the accessory dwelling unit or the principal residence shall be owner occupied or a deed restricted local housing unit. 3.8.21 LOCAL HOUSING DENSITY BONUS PROGRAM (A) Purpose: The purpose of the Local Housing Density Bonus Program is to implement the goals of the 2018 McCall Area Comprehensive Plan: 2. Support a local housing program as part of the vision for a diverse and year-round economy. distriot. (C) General Provisions: Review and approval of a density bonus and the general provisions set forth below shall be determined through the required permit process as set forth in section 3.13.01. The applicant must demonstrate that the proposed units /lots comply with the criteria for local housing as set forth in City Council adopted policies. 1. Ord. 983 Local Housing and Short-term Rental Code Update , 2019 clustered together or Page 40 of 48 2. All development on the property, including the portion proposed for local housing, shall meet all the provisions of section 3.3.03 RESIDENTIAL ZONE GENERAL DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS; 3 .3.04 RESIDENTIAL ZONE LOT WIDTH VERSUS SIDE YARD SETBACK; 3.3.041 SNOW SHEDDING ROOF SETBACK; and 3.3.05 RESIDENTIAL ZONE LOT COVERAGE OF IMPROVEMENTS. 3. 4. The local housing unit(s) provided as part of the density bonus shall be made available concurrent with the availability of the market rate units and recorded as a deed restricted local housing unit or lot. (D) Calcu lation of the Density Bonus: 1. 2. 3. The calculation of the density bonu s is as shown in Table 3 .8.21. 4. Only one incentive may be applied to any one project. TABLE 3.8.21 : DENSITY BONUS CALCULATION Incentive Additiona l dwelling units Additional building lots Additional height in commercial zones 1 Reduction in minimum lot size to the standards allowed by the next higher den s ity re s idential zoning category. Ord . 983 Local Housing and Short-term Rental Code U pd ate ~~~~'2019 Densitv Bonus 1 additional unit for each local housing unit 1 additional building lot for each lot deed re stricted for local housing 50 ' maximum height w ith out a conditional use permit when 25% of the floor area of the development devoted to local housing unit s . 50% of the additional lots created by the bonus shall be deed restricted to local housing. Page 41 of 48 Notes : 1. Not applicable where height is re stricted for health and safety purpose s. as for aircraft navigation. See spec ial provi s ions w ithin the scenic route overlay. Sectio n 3.7.0 32 . 3.8.22 SEASONAL DWELLING UNITS permitted s ubject to co nditions: (C) An in spection by th e city veri fy in g that th e seaso na l dwellin g unit adheres to all health and safety standard s and setbacks and height standard s of the zo nin g district with in w hich it is located . D 3.10.01: PURPOSE: design for deve lopment than (B) Rl:}ta~n ne J:} natui::al Genie qualifi es aru to_p.Qgraphic p ro mote aesthetics; prevent disrupti on of natural drainage pattern s. (C) Ord. 98 3 Local Hou sin g and Short-term Rental Co de Up date ~~~~'2019 Page 42 of 48 (D) Provide a harmonious variety of neighborhood development and a amenitie 8 , 3-2¥1--2011) 3.10.024: DENSITY BONUS: sour e (C) T1tventy percent (20%): At least fifty percent (50%) of the units are community housing units as defined within this title In compliance with section 3.08.21 Local Housing Density Bonus Program . 3.13.036: RENTi\L OF ACCESSORY DWELLING UN1TS: Accessory dwelling units located within any residential or commercial zone may be rented by the ov-mer upon approval of an administrative permit pursuant to section 3 .13.01 of this chapter. (A) Term Of Permit: Permits are good for one year and must be renewed annually to be valid. Permits will e)tpire automatically one year after the application is filed and accepted by the city unless renev,·ed. 1. The applicant may reapply for a permit rene,,val in 1,witing to the administrator; no further hearing 1n·ill be required unless the administrator determines , through review of the previous history of this permit, there have been excessive complaints by the police department or violations of the terms of the permit. 2 . Reapplication should be filed at least forty five (4 5) days before e)tpiration to assure renewal before e)cpiration. Ord . 983 Local Housin g and Short-term Rental Cod e U pd ate ~~~-~'2019 Page 43 of 48 (B) Recordation Not Required: There is no recordation required (see section 3.13.035 of this chapter). (C) Vio lation Of Terms Of Permit: In the event that the terms of the permit (i.e., findings and conc lusions) are violated by the owner, or representative of the owner, then the permit shall immediately become null and void. Such an action taken under this section will be decided by the adm inistrator. (D) Hearing Concerning Complaints: In the event of complaints received (due to e1wessive noise , disruptions , parking violations, or other valid nuisances) from interested parties , the administrator may hear, in a public meeting , these comp laints and decide on a further course of action. The owner, or representative , or the complainant may appeal a ruling to the commission for a final judgment. (E) Criteria For Maintaining Accessory Dwelling Unit: 1. An accessory dwelling unit shall be se parate from, or a part of, the principal residence. 2. An accessory d\velling unit shall be used for lease or rental purposes subject to the requirements in this chapter. 3. Accessory dv~re lling units shall not be considered for purposes of determining development density. 4. An accessory dv,relling unit shall meet the requirements of city code, where applicable , for separate water connections , and shall be separately connected to a municipal sewer main , or meet all governmental standards for water and se1,vage systems where municipal systems are not available. (Ord. 821 , 2 23 2006, eff. 3 16 2006) (A) The conditiona l use permit for the s hort-term rental with occupancy of 20 or more guests shall comply with the general standards and findings for approval of a conditional use permit as set forth in 3.13.03.B and the standards for all s hort-term rentals set forth in 03.13.09. 1. Access: The access and ingress to the site shall maintain safe conditions for pedestrians and vehicles and shall be adequately s ized and designed so that access to ot11er propeft1 is not ·m actecLoi: un afe eonditions on ublic streets ar c eated. 2. Ord. 983 Local Housing and Short-term R enta l Code Update ~~~-~'2019 Page 44 of 48 3. No ise: Loud music, outdoor activities or any other source of noise that can be heard beyond the perimeter of the short-term rental premises shall not be generated during the h 0ur f 10 m t-e,.g am th followin da ~ 4 . 5. Exterior Change s: No exter ior changes shall be made to the structures or site conditions that wou ld elim in ate its appearance or use as a dwelling unit for long term residency. 1. T he contact information of the property representative to serve as initial contact if there are questions or complaints regarding the operation of the short-term rental, and 2. A copy of the conditions of approval. A basic site plan that indicates the location of on-site parking; a communication strategy; a stormwater management plan, if there are changes to the site: and Ord. 983 Local Ho using and Short-term Rental Code Update , 2019 Page 45 of 48 ~QJi vJf ~fd· --=--cu-p-aAcy: Short-term rentals shall contain no more than { our (4) peop e per 6ei oo . J Q 1 /\ ~-fbll' Total maximum occupancy of the short-term rental shall be based on the number of I\ ~.v bedroom s times four (4). 3. 4. Safety: Smoke, propane gas, and carbon monoxide detectors are installed within the premises, 9. Camping sha ll comply wi th conditions set forth in 3.8.01 and s hall not be used to exceed the number of tenants specified on the short-term r ental bu s ine ss license . (B) Short-term rentals shall comply with the pro v isio ns set forth in this secti o n by March 1, 2 02 0 . (C) No short-term rentals within the City of McCall s hall operate without o btaining: a bus · ess tic ense. hort-term rentals w ith a loc a l prop erty manager who maintains a phy s ical office in the City of McCall or Impact Area may operate under the bu s ine ss licen se h eld by that local property manager. 3.15.02: PRELIMINARY DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW: Ord. 983 Local Housing and Short-term Rental Code Update ~~~-~'20 19 Page 46 of 48 1. Timing: Within 75 days and not less than 7 days prior to the submittal of an application, the applicant shall conduct a neighborhood meeting. 2. 3. Summary of the Meeting: The application submitted to the City shall include a summary of the comments received at the meeting and a listing of the persons attending. d.excl-o.pme d:an e te ~ d 9.4.06: PERMITS AND INSPECTION: (A) Building Permits : 2. Saitl permit shall be vaHd 4. When an approved mobile home in stallation for w hich a fee has been paid is replaced b y its owner with a mobile home using the same connections, the permit fee for replacement shall be the same as a new installation. (B) Temporary Use Permits: 1. Fees, Restrictions: A fee set by the council fer a temporary use permit fer a mobile home or recreational vehicle not to e)rneed forty five (4 5) days in any twelve (12) month period may Page 47 of 48 Ord . 983 Local Housing and Short-term Rental Code Update ~~~~'2019 be used by the building official to allow· the use of one or more units upon a parcel of land of single ownership. Any such temporary permit shall not, other than permitting a smaller area requirement, vary or alter the provisions of this title. No public hearing shall be required for the issuance of such temporary use permit. The intent of this section is to allov,r friends , relatives and bona fide visitors to place and use their mobile homes or recreational vehicles for a limited period of time under circumstances which would otherwise be prohibited by this title. No permit shall be required of friends , relatives or bona fide visitors staying two (2) weeks or less and not using plumbing or electrical connections to the mobile home or recreational vehicle. Ord. 983 Local Housing and Short-term Rental Code Update ~~~-~'2019 Page 48 of 48 A SUMMARY OF ORDINANCE NO. 983 PASSED BY THE CITY OF McCALL, IDAHO AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF McCALL , VALLEY COUNTY, IDAHO , AMENDING , ENACTING, OR DELETING THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS OF TITLE 3, PLANNING AND ZONING, OF THE McCALL CITY CODE , TO-WIT: SECTION 3.2.02 , MEANINGS OF TERMS OR WORDS , TO MODIFY THE DEFINITIONS FOR ACCESSORY USE , BUILDING , OR STRUCTURE , DWELLING UNIT , ACCESSORY, AND DWELLING, MULTI-FAMILY, TO ADD DEFINITIONS FOR BEDROOM , DWELLING UNIT, LOCAL HOUSING , DWELLING UNIT , SEASONAL, OWNER OCCUPANCY , McCALL AREA AND SHORT-TERM RENTAL, AND TO DELETE DEFINITIONS FOR COMMUNITY HOUSING UNIT, DUPLEX, AND DWELLING, TWO FAMILY; SECTION 3.3.02 , RESIDENTIAL USE REGULATIONS , TO MODIFY THE ALLOWED USE FOR ACCESSORY STRUCTURE4, <1,500 SQUARE FEET, TO ADD ALLOWED USES FOR DWELLING UNIT , LOCAL HOUSING AND DWELLING, SHORT TERM RENTAL , OCCUPANCY LESS THAN 20 PERSONS , AND TO DELETE THE ALLOWED USES FOR ACCESSORY STRU CTURE >1,500 SQUARE FEET AND DWELLING, TWO FAMILY, AND ADD FOOTNOTE 4, A REFERENCE TO SECTION 3 .8.11 ; SECTION 3.4.02 , COMMERCIAL USE REGULATIONS , TO CHANGE THE TITLE OF THE SECTION TO PERMITTED AND CONDITIONALLY PERMITTED USES WITHIN COMMERCIAL ZONES , TO ADD THE ALLOWED USES FOR DWELLING UNIT , LOCAL HOUSING AND DWELLING UNIT, SEASONAL HOUSING, AND TO DELETE ITEM 2 UND ER NOTES AND RENUMBER THE REMAINING ITEMS UNDER NOTES ACCORDINGLY; SECTION 3.4.04 , COMMERCIAL ZONE SPECIAL DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS , SUBPARAGRAPH (D), USES, TO MODIFY SUBPARAGRAPH (D), USES , TO ALLOW SINGLE FAMILY, MULTI-FAMILY , AND LOCAL HOUSING AS PART OF A MIXED-USE DEVELOPMENT , INCLUDING COMMERCIAL AND OR PUBLIC USES AND TO PROVIDE THE CONDITIONS THEREFOR BY MODIFYING ITEM 1 FOR MULTI- STORY STRUCTURES , BY MODIFYING ITEM 2 FOR DEVELOPMENTS WITH COMMERCIAL AND /OR PUBLIC USE , BY DELETING ITEM 3, AND BY MODIFYING ITEM 4 TO RENUMBER IT ITEM 3 AND INCLUDING A REQUIREMENT FOR EQUIVALENT SQUARE FOOTAGE IN A CC ZONE; SECTION 3 .6.02 , PUBLIC ZONE USE REGULATIONS, TO CHANGE THE TITLE OF THE SECTION TO PERMITTED AND CONDITIONALLY PERMITTED USES WITHIN PUBLIC ZONES , TO ADD THE ALLOWED USE FOR DWELLING, LOCAL HOUSING; SECTION 3.7.032 , REQUIREMENTS FOR DEVELOPMENT , SUBPARAGRAPH (C), STRUCTURE HEIGHT, TO EXCEPT CERTAIN STRUCTURES FROM SUBPARAGRAPH (C), STRUCTURE HEIGHT; SECTION 3.8.11 , ACCESSORY US E, BUILDINGS AND STRUCTURES , TO DELETE SUBPARAGRAPH (A), TO MODIFY SUBPARAGRAPH (B) BY RELETTERING IT SUBPARAGRAPH (A) TO SUBSTITUTE APPROVAL BY AN ADMINISTRATOR IN PLACE OF A COMMISSION , TO DELETE SUBPARAGRAPH (C), AND TO ADD A NEW SUBPARAGRAPH TO BE LETTERED (B) TO LIMIT THE SIZE OF AN ACCESSORY STRUCTURE ; ENACTING SECTION P ag e 1 of 4 Ordinance 98 3 Summary ____ ,2019 3.8.11.01, ENTITLED ACCESSORY DWELLING UNITS, PERMITTING ACCESSORY DWELLING UNITS AND ESTABLISHING THE NUMBER, LOCATION, DENSITY, BASIC REQUIREMENTS FOR HABITATION, HEALTH AND SAFETY CODE REQUIREMENTS, SIZE, PARKING, REQUEST FOR WAIVERS OF MONTHLY WATER SERVICES FEES, AND RENT AL REQUIREMENTS; ENACTING SECTION 3.8.21 , ENTITLED LOCAL HOUSING DENSITY BONUS PROGRAM, SETTING FORTH THE PURPOSE, APPLICABILITY, GENERAL PROVISIONS, AND CALCULATION OF THE DENSITY BONUS; ENACTING SECTION 3.8.22, ENTITLED SEASONAL DWELLING UNITS , PERMITTING SEASONAL DWELLING UNITS FOR USE BY EMPLOYEES OF BUSINESSES OR INSTITUTIONS WITHIN THE McCALL AREA AND ESTABLISHING THE CONDITIONS THEREFOR; SECTION 3.10.01, PURPOSE, TO ADD A SUBPARAGRAPH (E) PROMOTING LOCAL HOUSING AND A VARIETY OF HOUSING TYPES IN QUALITY DEVELOPMENT ; SECTION 3.10.024, DENSITY BONUS , TO MODIFY SUBPARAGRAPH (C) TO DELETE THE MAXIMUM INCREASE IN DENSITY AND SUBSTITUTE COMPLIANCE WITH SECTION 3.08.21; DELETING SECTION 3.13.036, RENTAL OF ACCESSORY DWELLING UNITS, IN ITS ENTIRETY; ENACTING NEW SECTION 3.13.036, ENTITLED ADDITIONAL CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT ST AND ARDS FOR DWELLING, SHORT-TERM RENT AL WITH OCCUPANCY OF 20 OR MORE GUESTS, SETTING FORTH THE ST AND ARDS FOR COMPLIANCE, USE, NEIGHBORHOOD IMPACT AND APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS; ENACTING SECTION 3.13.09, PERMIT STANDARDS FOR DWELLING , SHORT-TERM RENTALS, PROVIDING FOR THE PERMITTING OF DWELLING AND SHORT-TERM RENTALS; SECTION 3.15.02 , PRELIMINARY DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW, SUBPARAGRAPH (B), NEIGHBORHOOD MEETINGS, TO MODIFY SUBPARAGRAPH (B), NEIGHBORHOOD MEETINGS, TO PROVIDE FOR THE SUBMISSION OF AN APPLICATION INSTEAD OF A PLAN AND TO ESTABLISH TIMING, NOTIFICATION, AND SUMMARY OF THE MEETING REQUIREMENTS; AND SECTION 9.4.06, PERMITS AND INSPECTION, TO MODIFY SUBPARAGRAPH (B), TEMPORARY USE PERMITS , BY DELETING PARAGRAPH 1, FEES , RESTRICTIONS , AND RENUMBERING PARAGRAPH 2, EMERGENCY PERMITS , AS PARAGRAPH 1 AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. The principal provision s of the Ordinance • In Section 3.2.02, ning.s of.:. Term-s_ v o s, modifies the definitions for Accessory Use , Building, Or Structure , Dwelling Unit , Accessory, and Dwelling, Multi-Family, adds the terms and definitions for Bedroo m, Dwelling Unit, Local Hou s ing, Dw elling Unit, Seasonal, Owner Occupancy, McCall Area and Short- Term Renta l , and deletes the terms Commun ity Housing Unit and Dwelling, Two Family • In Section 3.3.02, Re sidential Use Regulations, modifies the allowed use for Accessory Structure 4·<1,500 Square Feet, adds allowed uses for Dwelling Unit, Page 2 of 4 Ordinance 983 Summary _____ ,2019 Local Housing and Dwelling, Short Term Rental, Occupancy Less Than 20 Persons, and deletes allowed uses for Accessory Structure > 1,500 Square Feet and Dwelling, Two Family • In Section 3.4.02, Commercial Use Regulations, changes the title of this section to Permitted and Conditionally Permitted Uses Within Commercial Zones and adds new a llo wed uses for Dwelling Unit, Local Housing and Dwelling Unit, Seasonal Housing • • • • • In Section 3.7 .032 Requirements for Development, modifies Subparagraph (C), ight, to exeep certain struetures In Section 3.8.11 , Accessory Use, Buildings and Structures, deletes Subparagraph (A), reletters Subparagraph (B) as Subparagraph (A), requires the approval of an Administrator instead of a Commission , deletes Subparagraph (C), and adds a new Subparagraph (B) limiting the size of an accessory structure Enacts Section 3.8.21 , conditions therefor P-r-(}gMm , and provides the • Enacts Section 3.8 .22 , a onai n· s, to permit seasonal dwelling units for use by employees of businesses or institutions within the McCall Area • • • Deletes Section 3.13.036, • Ordinance 983 Summary ~~~~~~·'2019 the standards for compliance, use, neighborhood impact and application requirements • • In Section 3.15 .02 , Preliminary Development Plan Review, modifies Subparagraph (B), Neighborhood Meetings , to provide for the submission of an application to establish timing, notification , and summary of meeting requirements • In Section 9.4 .06 , Permits and Inspection , modifies Subparagraph (B), Temporary Use Permits, to delete paragraph 1, Fee s, Restrictions The Ordinance shall take effect upon its passage, approval , and publication according to law. The full text of the Ordinance is available for review at C ity Hall and will be provided by the City C lerk 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 ATTEST: By ______________ _ BessieJo Wagner, City Clerk Ordinance 983 Summary ______ ,2019 Approved: By _________________ _ JACKIE J. A YMON, Mayor Page 4 of 4 McCALL CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL Number Meeting Date AB 19-273 December 19, 2019 216 East Park Street McCall, Idaho 83638 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Originator Department Approvals Initials or Su orter C lerk Treasurer Public Works Go lf Course COST IMPACT: $10 ,000 Parks and Recreation FUNDING US Bank Community Possible Grant Ai ort SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: Deadline : January 31, 2020 Information S stems Eco Devo Planner SUMMARY STATEMENT: More information about the US Bank Community Possible Grant Program can be found at: https://www.usbank.com/community/community-possible-grant-program-play.aspx RECOMMENDED ACTION: Approve submittal of US Bank Grant application for downtown public artwork and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION BLA N K PAGE McCALL CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL Number Meeting Date AB 19-282 December 19, 2019 216 East Park Street McCall, Idaho 83638 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Originator Department Approvals Initials or Su orter Ma or / Counci l City Manager C lerk Treasurer Public Works Ori inator Golf Course COST IMPACT: $4,100 Parks and Recreation FUNDING Streets LOT Air ort SOURCE: Li brary TIMELINE: Work to begin immediately Information S stems Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT: Ki e ~se ssee-iates is famifotr with multi-moaal traffic ·ssues ·n ~ particularly these intersections. They a lso served as a subconsu ltant to Logan Simpson contributing s ignificantly to the development of McCall's 2017 Transportation Master Plan. RECOMMENDED ACTION: Approve the Professional Services Agreement with Kittelson & Associates , Inc ., and authorize the mayor to sign all necessary documents . RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION I~ KITTELSON ~ &ASSOCIATES December 9, 2019 Mr. Nick Zaninovich City of McCall 815 N. Samson Trail McCall, ID 83638 RE: Highway 55 Crossing Analysis Dear Nick: Project#: 24525 .0 101 South Capitol Boulevard, Suite 600 Boise , ID 83702 P 208.338 .2683 F 208.338.2685 Attached is a proposal for evaluating traffic data provided by the City at the 3 rd Street/Lenora Street- Railroad Avenue and 3 rd Street/Park Street intersections . Part "A" identifies our proposed services for the project in accordance with the terms and conditions outlined in Part "B ". This scope was developed based on our discussions with the City and our understanding of the City's objectives . We propose to conduct the services (detailed in Part "A" herein) on a time & materials basis for . (detailed in Table 1 of the attached Part "B"). This proposal (scope of work and budget) is effective for sixty days . Nick Foster will serve as the Project Manager and Sonia Hennum Daleiden will serve as the Project Principal provid i ng senior review and quality assurance . Any questions of a technical or contractual nature can be directed to either of us. Please review this proposal at your earliest convenience . If the attached Professional Services Agreement is satisfactory, please return a signed copy electronically. A fully executed copy will be returned for your records. Thank you for the opportunity to propose on this project . If you have any questions please call us at 208 .338.2683. Sincerely, KITIELSON & ASSOCIATES, INC. -~ z~ c:7 Nick Foster Associate Planner FILENAME: H:124124525 ~c~ ~ ~ennum Daleiden Principal Engineer MCCALL HWY ANAL YSISJADMJNJPJ07_ CONTRACT_JNSURANCE_RA TESJ2452S_HWYSSCROSSJNGANAL YSJS_PROPOSAL.DOCX ss CROSSINGS Highway 55 Crossing Analysis PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT December 9, 2019 Kittelson & Associates, Inc. 101 South Capitol Boulevard, Suite 600 Boise, ID 83702 208 .338 .2683 (P) 208 .338 .2685 (F) 24525.0 Page : 2 afB City of McCall with an office at 815 N. Samson Trail, McCall ID 83638 (the "CLIENT") hereby enters into this Professional Services Agreement (this "Agreement") with KITIELSON & ASSOCIATES, INC. to perform the services as described in this Agreement's Part "A" -Scope of Work (the "S ervices") for the Highway 55 Crossing Analysis (the "Project"), subject to all of the provisions described in Part "B" Terms and Conditions. PART A -SCOPE OF WORK Assumptions related to this proposal include : r e. ion . 2) City staff will provide the data described below for each intersection. Deviations from these assumptions may require adjustments to the project scope and/or budget. Scope of Work • Prepare spreadsheets for City staff to use to collect the following data from the videos: o The number of vehicles turning across the southern leg (i .e., westbound left-turns and eastbound right -turns). For each turning movement, the following data will be collected by City staff: • Whether a person was crossing the southern leg at the time of the turn. • Whether there was a person waiting to cross the southern leg at the time of the turn. • Whether there was a potential conflict between the turning vehicle and a person crossing the southern leg of the intersection. o The number of people crossing the southern leg of the intersection (i.e ., across 3rd Street). For each crossing, the following data will be collected by City staff: • Whether there was a vehicle turning left across the southern leg of the intersection . Kittelson & Associates, In c. • Whether there was a vehicle turning right across the southern leg of the intersection . Baise, Idaho 24525.0 Highway 55 Crossing Analysis Page : 3 af 8 • Whether there were any vehicles present at the time of the crossing , and if so, how many vehicles passed before a driver yielded . • Whether there was a conflict between the person crossing and a motor vehicle (and where the motor vehicle was coming from). o The number of people crossing the northern leg of the intersection (i .e., across 3 rd Street ). For each crossing the following data will be collected by City staff so that driver yielding rates and confl icts between the north and south sides can be compared . • Whether there were any vehicles present at the time of the crossing , and if so, how many vehicles passed before a driver yielded . • Whether there was a conflict between the person crossing and a motor vehicle (and where the motor vehicle was coming from). • Analyze the data provided by the City and prepare a one -page memorandum describing our interpretation of the findings (analysis results to be presented as an attachment). • Participate in a conference call with City staff to review the findings presented in the draft memorandum . • Revise the memorandum once based on f eedback from the City . Kittelson & Assoc iates, Inc . Baise, Idaho ·I.C'L·E I L l0<•l Co'" rnm«-• for Swt.ain.abillt Mountain Towns 2030 GHG Inventory Assistance Cohort Program Frequently Asked Questions October 2019 Register below for an open office hours session to ask more questions. Feel free to attend at any point during the two hour sessions for as long or little as needed . https ://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2032258530008698892 Project Summary Mountain Towns are feeling the impacts of climate change and are committed to enhancing community resilience. A fundamenta l strategy to reduce the long-term impacts caused by cli mate change is to ov ...._.,..,,..,_ .... =~=-=ca""-"'""o""n,,,,iz""'ation . Mountain Town 2030 (MJ20_3_Q) recognizes the urgency of this task committed to reducing carbon emissions . Once the baseline of emissions is known, a set of itigation actions can be il:lentified, valuated, and acted o . or county MT 2030 participants are sure to be inspired by the October convening. This Cohort Program will enable up to 20 of those communities to translate that inspiration into immediate action. I I will prov· ea G G inventory cohort to communities that have not :,,,e1 co gleted an inventory. At the conclusion of the cohort, towns will have a baseline inventory of their local GHG sources and have ident ified high - impact opportunities to reduce those emissions . In order to promote continual learning opportunities in the community, there is potential partnership with o e or mo e tlniversities witl'im the""Mo-untain T-owns regi ns . Wh at is t he c o st? There is no cost to local governments beyond staff time to participate in the training session . Typically, the completion of a GHG Inventory by outside consultants is in the range of $10,000 -$20,000 or more, depending on the size and complexity of the community .. determining between themselves the division oftas s. In some cases where a student cannot be assigned to a government, local government staff would need to complete the work. Whi le there will be support from the Cohort and ICLEI staff, much of the manua l data entry would need to be done by local government staff. Any student support will minimally require several hours of supervision from a staff McCALL CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL Number Meeting Date AB 19-276 December 19, 2019 216 East Park Street McCall, Idaho 83638 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Originator Department Approva ls Initials or Su orter Treasurer Ori inator Golf Course COST IMPACT: N I A Parks and Recreation FUNDING NI A Ai ort SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: January-May 2020 Information S stems Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT: RECOMMEN DED ACTION: Informational only -no action necessary. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETINGDATE ACTION ·I C 'L·E I L loul Go"-·t-mmenl, for s~uinability crucial for governments that have been paired with a student support, but strongly encouraged) -Students & Governments without student support: fl(j I en ocy. -Winter:tSpnog 2019 20· 60 hou-rs plus 8 heurs fe -F webinar-S attend ~nce in all webinars is required) Will the students live locally? Students can complete this work remotely, and ICLEI technical experts also will be working remotely . a later time ------L'G epending on time and interest, a LGO element may be added to the Cohort . What are the general activities each semester? • • • Winter/Spring 2019/20 -GHG Inventory • Fi -al report preparation ice ~rovi-cter6, Will I be able to pursue a government-operations GHG inventory or CAP instead of community-wide? 2 ·IC'L•EI L loul Gowmmf!n for SusL1Wbilily level of support is dependent on the number of participants. The ClearPath tool allows for either approach. • Report templates. ICLEI will create MT2030-s pecific G • orm. A MT2030 "neighborhood" discussion group will be created in the ICLEI ommunity enline pee~-c1:t¥ ne wooong platfo m, offering a safe Rlaceior 8.A, real time trouble- shooting a resource sharing in a forum for participating communities. ~--"""n Q&A. Sf den ~..;.;.;:=..::~=~,;.:..!::.;;.;...=--c.~-~=--:~-==~........,;.;....;:......-.... ...... ..a...-..,=..;..,;;...;.;..~ LEI communit platform. aeveloprnent, target setting, forecasting emission reductions, identifying benefits and costs of mit1gat1on a ions , ana strategies to engage community members for the CAP . invID'ltory process . ·IEl:EI wi provide a e+ies of structured platform, accessible by all Cohort participants during the timeline of the program . The Session topics are as follows, with proposed schedule (subject to modification and due to Holidays, my not be concurrent weeks): 3 ·I C'L•E I L loc,I (',()\o'ern m ent.s (or Sw1 .. .inabillt 1. Week one Common Methodology Protocols 2. 3. We~to::bm~!!iJdI!!!~HC:J~~Ylic~~~~~~~~~!!':':J 4. Week four ---=---5 . 6. Week six One -on -one check-ins, data collection support 7. Week seven One-on-one check -ins, data collection support 8. Week eight ClearPath Data Entry 9. emissions to local governing stakehofder or platforms. and external d,. p to our:s each. In cases where individual communities would like to combine one-on-one hours to facilitate collective benefit , a case by case cons ideration will be made . What if I miss a webinar? • I e.-r:ecor:ded am:f availal:>le fo.r: revjew.._at_aa¥ ime. Where can I learn more about ICLEI -Local Governments for Sustainability? Visit : www.icleiusa.org What is the Project timeline? Timeline : (May be adjusted slightly) October: Release call for expressions of interest, participants selected November: Cohort Session Begin: ClearPath Set up and submit data requests to providers December :a .nm,i t:mrv to ClearP-at January : Inventories and targets submitted to ICLEI for Quality Control review February: ICLEI Quality Control review completed March : Inventories+ high impact opportunities announced 4 ·I C 'L·E I L Local Co~rnme.n for S.utalnabllity April : Extract of data to each participant for CDP reporting 5 To: Candace Carr Strauss; Mjcheile;:6,:oennelt; Darcy Glenn; ~; Zoe Dohnal; mshea@slco ore; Beth Markham; ,Monika LfilllioW; Janet Farmer;-,Drew Nelson;<Rosemarie Russo ; kbertuqlia@vauaov com ; Heather Higinbotham ; rbud ow le@wyo .edu ; CveJado@mtcrestedbuttecolorado us ; Erica Linson; emilie@visitbiaskvmt com; lvoder@s ummitcountv co m; Cohn Teresa /tcohn @uidaho.edu1 : Brittany Skelton ; achavez@wwestern edu Subject: Mountain Towns GHG Inventory Cohort Welcome Information Date: T uesd ay, December 03, 20 19 2:19 :04 PM Attachments: REAP ME ClearPath Access pdf ---This email is from an external sen der . Be cauti ou s and DO NOT o pen links or attachments if the se nd er is unkn own. --- Hello Everyone , I wanted to officially welcome you to the Mountain Towns GHG Inventory Cohort. Included in this email are both new information and a repeat of previously supplied information. I will be sending out a "Ree -o oi't''1nvitat' shortl for o !lm.UaityLUaiversity/1.nsjitu e Slaff (not students yet) to make sure everyone has what they need to get started. I attempted to fit the day/time that was most available based on the intake form that you filled out. There was no singularly open time , so I selected something that has the most availability . I'm hopeful that it is far enough out that you can make it work . To make this a bit easier to read and get through I've provided the necessary steps immediately below , with the detailed content following the steps : Step 3: Review the proposed sc hedule below. Simi lar to the pre-Cohort meeting, the se are schedul ed at a time where th ere was the most avai lability . I wo uld like to kee p the sam da of the ek andi:irm fo r ur ebi s, w ith the individual c heck ins sc hedu led for T hursday and Friday of the week. Each webinar will be recorded and read y to view w ithin an hour or two of each meeting. I be li eve I avoide d major Holidays and tri ed to schedule ar ound the last few weeks of March for Sprin g Break -whic h could imp act student availabil ity and/or a busy time for community. We can di scuss on the Pre-Co hort me eting as well. As a be st practice, prev iou s coh orts have chosen to block out the same day and time eve ry week to ens ur e they have time set as ide for any work that is needed. GHG Inventory Cohort Session Session Date Session Time Pre-Cohort Check-in 1/9/2019 10:00 Am Mountain Time Session 1: Climate 101 1/23/2 019 10:00 Am Mountain Time Session 2 : Data Collection : Energy , Waste , Wastewater , and Water Energy 1/30/2019 10 :00 Am Mountain Time Session 3: Transportat ion Methods and Data 2/6/2019 10 :00 Am Mounta in Time Session 4 : Airport and Waterborne Emissions 2/13/2019 10 :00 Am Mountain Time Data Entry, one-o n-one check-i ns , data collection and entry support 2/14/2 019 -3/4/2 019 In di v id ual Date & Time Session 5 : ClearPath Data Entry 3/5/2 019 10 :00 Am Mountain Time Data Entry , one-on-one check-ins , data collection and entry support 3/06/2019 -3/18/2019 Individua l Date & Time Session 6 : Quality Assurance/Protocol and Compliance 4/2/2019 10:00 Am Mountain Time Session 7 : Reporting GHG emiss io ns to local /n ational govern ing bodies and other internal and exte rnal p latfo rms 4/9/2019 10:00 Am Mounta in Time Final check in , Discuss ne xt steps. 4/10/2019 - 4/2 4/2019 Individual Date & Time Step 4: Fin al ize an y partnership s w ith students. Man y of yo u had existing re lationships and had planning we ll under way. I hope this sched ul e provides w hat is needed to complete that partners hip . If you need anything else , ple ase let me kno w. Tom Tom Herrod Program Officer ICLEI -Local Governments for Sustainability USA C -720-505-5889 www ICLE il JSA ors @JCLEJ USA Read the CitvTa!k B!og ~ to ICLEI USA newsletter IC LEI is the leading global network of 1.750+ ci ties , to wns and regions com mitt ed to urban sustainability . McCALL CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL 216 East Park Street McCall, Idaho 83638 Number Meeting Date SUBJECT: TIMELINE: AB 19-271 December 19, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION Department Approvals Treasurer Public Work s Go lf Course Parks and Recreation dation for Ai ort Library Information S stems Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT: l eio r . ~u tfa/ C)G~ Originator Initials or Su orter Ori inator F ive Idaho Mayors participated in the Blue Cross of Idaho Fo und ation for Health 's Community Health Academy and have earned a $10 ,000 grant for their communities. The participating mayors are Jackie Aymon (McCall), Jackie Barthlome (Grace), Marc Beitia (American Falls), Vic Holmes (Rathdrum) and Judith Nissu la (Cascade). Community Health Academy is a six-month learning collaborative that provides opportunities for city and community leaders to explore in-depth way s how the y can fight chi ldhood obesity across Idaho . The academy is offered thro ugh the Foundation 's High Five initiative, which promotes physical activity and access to healthy foods for chi ldren. Mayors were se lected for the Community Health Academy through an application process . Th mrnunity Health Acade my allows mayors to learn best practices, colla borate with other leaders and learn from local and nationa l experts over the course of the academy . Mayors will learn about walkability , the economic impact of food systems in their city , as well as leadership and marketing . Approve the Grant Agreement with Blue Cross ofldaho Foundation for Health , Inc., direct staff to work w ith the City Attorney to draft contracts with McCall-D onnelly High Schoo l and the McCall Outdoor Science Sc hool for distribution of the funds and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION .. Blue~ I Foundation Cross of Idaho for Health, Inc. GRANT AGREEMENT Blue Cross of Idaho Foundation for Health, Inc. (the "Fo undation") is pleased to award the City of McCall (the "Grantee") with a Foundation Grant (the "Grant"). The Grant is awarded subject to the terms and conditions stated in this Grant and any exhibits or attachments thereto. Please read the terms and conditions of the Grant carefully before signing this document as the Grantee 's signature constitutes the Grantee 's agreement and acceptance in full of all terms and conditions contained herein. 1. AMOUNT AND ADMINISTRATION OF AWARD Subject to the terms and cond iti ons set out in the Grant, the Foundation is pleased to award Grantee with a conditional Grant ofup to Ten Thousand Dollars ($10,000), which shall include any interest or income aris in g therefrom (the "Maximum Grant Amount"). The Grant is conditional upon the proper execution of this Grant agreement by an authorized representative of Grantee. 2. PURPOSE AND USE OF GRANT FUNDS The Grantee shall utilize Grant funds exclusively for the one of the following purposes: charitable, educational, scientific or literary purpose ( or some approved variation) as more fully described in section 170( c )(2)(B) of the Internal Revenue Code. Specifically, Grantee 's pw-pose ofall Grant funding from the Foundation is for the support of the McCall community garden. It will also support the partnership with McCall Outdoor Science Schoo l to evaluate changing climate and the effects on recreational economy and health of residents. The Grantee agrees that Grant funds shall not be disb ursed to any unrelated third party organizations, entities , or ve ndors. The Grantee agrees to make its books and/or records pertaining to the Grant available to the Foundation at reasonable times. 3. INDEMNIFICATION \ In consideration for the issuance of Grant funds , the Grantee agrees to indemnify , defend and hold the Foundation and its directors, officers , employees, agents, parent company and affi li ates harmless from and against all allegations, claims, actions, su it s, demands, damages, li abilities, obligations, losses , settlements, judgments, costs and expenses (including without limitation reasonable attorneys' fees and costs) which arise out of or relate to the Grant, or result from any act or omiss ion of Grantee arising from projects funded thro ugh or related to the Grant to the extent permitted by Idaho law. 4. GRANT TERMINATION It is expressly agreed that any use by the Grantee of the Grant proceed s for any purpose other than those specified above or if in the Foundation 's sole judgment, the Grantee becomes unable to carry out the pw-poses of the Grant, or ceases to be an appropriate means of accomplishing the purpose of the Grant, the Foundation may terminate the Grant at any time at its sole option. In the event of termination under this section, the Foundation shall have the right to require that all Grant amounts paid to the Grantee be repaid to it and that any outstanding Grant amount payable be cancelled. Now THEREFORE, the parties have read , understand and accept the terms and conditions stated in this Grant agreement. The individuals signing this Grant agreement represent and warrant that they are duly authorized to be bound by its terms. The parties do hereby execute thi s Grant agreement effective on the date that the BCI Foundation signs the Grant agreement. Blue Cross ofldaho Foundation for Health, Inc. ("Grantee" Authorized Representative) By: _____________ _ By: _____________ _ Title: Title: -------------------------------- Date: Effective Date: ----------------------------- McCALL CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL 216 East Park Street McCall, Idaho 83638 Number Meeting Date AB 19-281 December 19, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Department Approvals City Manager Evaluation Process Mayor I 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 System s Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT: Originator Initials or Suvvorter ' J,tj) Originator The goal of the annual performance evaluation is to help employees feel valued, maximize the benefit that the City and Community gets from each employee , and to perform an evaluation of your performance during the last year. Tlhs process is inte11tled to:involvei,oth emofoY,ee anct.super:visor and focus on wor beha ~ors an r ults. Annual Performance Evaluation reviews the performance of each employee during the evaluation period. TFi~· :· nT lVl£1 ·nil'~ ---· ,ntj.--___ :_ ... 1 •anuacy-l~an,,I --.on .I -------'l .! -.4..ch fl ---.. ~:inc uae ttie-tollo ing :f1 aluation perioa 20.»9. Since the City Council serves as the supervisor to the City Manager, they issue The City Manager's performance evaluation. The Human Resources Manager has collected the Supervisor Evaluations completed by the City Manager 's Direct reports for the Council 's review . RECOMMENDED ACTION: Receive the information provided and choose a scribe to compile all of the Council 's comments for the City Manager Evaluation. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION BLANK PAGE McCALL CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL Number Meeting Date AB 19-283 December 19, 2019 216 East Park Street McCall, Idaho 83638 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Electronic Payment Discussion, Selection of Options, & Direction to Staff COST IMPACT: TBD FUNDING Service/Convenience Fees SOURCE: TIMELINE: ASAP SUMMARY STATEMENT: Attachments: • Memo to Counci l • Attachment A -Xpress Bill Pay Rate Q uote • Attachment B -Usage & Cost Projections RECOMMEN DED ACTION: 1. Discussion 2. Select electronic payment options Originato r D epartment Approva ls Initials or Su orter C lerk Treasurer \~ Ori inator Public Works Go lf Course Parks and Recreation A i ort L ib rary lnfonnation S stems Grant Coordinator 3 . Di rect staff to move forward with th e e lectronic payment options selected by t he Cou nci l and schedu le a public hearing to set an y necessary fees. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION Memo City of McCall To: City Counci l From: Linda Stokes, Treasurer CC: Anette Spickard , City Manager Date: December 12 , 2019 Re: Xpress Bill Pay Electronic Payment Solutions Currently the City only accepts credit card payments from two online payment portals; one for Utility Customer Accounts hosted by Billing Document Specialists and the other for Recreation Programs and Parks Facility Reservation/Rentals hosted by Team Sidelines. The City offers EFT (auto pay) through US Bank for utility customers at no cost. New utility service accounts are offered auto pay (EFT) in lieu of paying a water service deposit. The City also receives a large volume of Online Bank Bill Pay checks that are manually processed each month at the front desk. The City will need to purchase credit card swipe terminals , which can be purchased from Xpress Bill Pay. At this time the City will need three terminals, one at City Hall , one at the Library, and one at the Police Department. Each electronic payment solution comes with its own set of fees. The attached rate quote (Attachment A) from Xpress Bill Pay is only for Xpress Bill Pay's recurring fees. The City will need to set up a merchant service account for processing credit/debit card transactions. There are fees for merchant Page 1 of2 services that are applied to each transaction. The Council can choose to absorb some or all payment fees , or to pass the fees on to the customer. · There are three types of fees to cover the merchant processing fees allowed by the card companies: 1. Surcharges -credit transactions only-not sup ported by Xpress Bill Pay 2 . Convenience Fees -flat fee on ly, cannot be charged over the counter, NOT allowed on auto pays-supported by Xpress Bill Pay 3. Service Fees -allows percent-based fees , allowed on auto pays, assessed as a separate transaction, but NOT all owed on util ity payments -supported by Xpress Bill Pay Should the Council wish to charge convenience fees , the City will not receive the lower utility interchange rates but will pay the higher standard government interchange rates. Attachment B presents utility cost recovery option s to cover costs of electronic payments . It presents options to cover the cost for the Utility Rate or the cost for the Government Services Rate. Convenience fees, however, have restrictions as to when you can and can 't charge them. se(NR) Page 2 of2 xpress BILL PAY City of McCall Linda Stokes 216 E Park St , McCall , ID 83638 Page: I 1 of 3 Quotation #: 2019041001JS Prepared By: Jared Swinford Date: April 10, 2019 Recurring Monthly Fees Description Gateway Services Processing Fees Credit/Debit Card (per transaction)* EFT or eCheck Payment (per transaction) Online Banking Consolidation (per transaction) $0.34 $0.44 $0.20 *Mercha nt service fees from card processors will be billed directly from the respective provider. Phone Payment Processing Fees 800 Interactive Voice Response (IVR) Phone Payment (per transaction) $0.95 800 Live Operator Assisted Phone Payment (per transaction) $0.95 EFT Returned Items (if applicable): Invalid account or unable to locate account (per return) NSF , Account closed, or Account frozen (per return) Customer stop payment (per return) Support, Maintenance and Hosting Fee Price includes : all end user and administration support via the Xpress Bill Pay toll -free 800 number, upgrades, hosting, and maintenance. Monthly Service Fee TOTAL: 5252 Edgewood Drive , Suite 225 , Provo, UT 84604 Phone : 800-768-7295 Attac hment A $6.00 $12.00 $27.00 $75.00 $19.00 Based upon activity Fax: 800-768 -0538 McCALL CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL 216 East Park Street McCall, Idaho 83638 Number Meeting Date AB 19-287 December 19, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Department Approvals Summary of City Interactions Regarding 1101 Mavo r / Counc il Knowles Road also Known as the Seasons at City Manager Clerk McCall Treasurer Community Development Police Department Public Works Golf Course COST IMPACT: NIA Parks and Recreati o n FUNDING NIA Airport SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: NIA Information Sy stems Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT: Originator Initials or Suooorter Mr Originator / ,-- At the December 5, 2019 Council meeting, Council heard public comment from the adjacent neighbors to this property identifying concern s and impacts from the short-term rental operation at the property and the encroachment of the property into the public Right-of-Way~Council re estetl Briefing from taf:f. Attached is a summary of staffs interaction s w ith the owners of the property. RECOMMENDED ACTION: Information Only RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION McCall City Council Staff Report 1101 Knowles Rd . Encroachment in City ROW December 19 , 2019 Property Owner: Park at McCall LLC Zoning : R8 -Medium Density Residential Description McCa ll City Co uncil Sta ff Re port RO W Encroac hment : 1101 Knowles Rd . nue ft . ing City 's approach to Page 1 of 2 Dece m be r 19, 20 19 February 20, 2019 -City staff issued a letter to the property owner lett ing them know their options for addressing the encroachment into the ROW (attached). -h'sfletter fro April 26, 2019-City Manager requested and received ll!ga ad'i(ce:::for: respom;e t-0..Mr: :M,llemarm s le:tter . eAGH) C ay 1, 019 -City Mar:iager. res-ponded iffWFitlng o Mr. Mil emann's Apri ;i6, 20 9 letter. Mr. Millemann then submi tted a public records request to the City Clerk . May 7, 2019-Gt :SeJlt Mr. Millemann a response to his records request. June 24, 2019 -Letter from Mr. Millemann received with additional public records request . to Mr. Millemann's second records request. November 5, 2019 -City Manager contacted Mr. Millemann and set meeting for 11/19/19 as requested by Mr. Millemann. Council. McCall City Council Staff Report ROW Encroachment: 1101 Knowles Rd . Page 2 of 2 Dec ember 19, 2019 TOPOGRAPHIC SURVEY SfTUATE IN SW1/4 OF lHE NE1/4 OF SECTION 7, T.18 N, R. 3 E, B.M. CITY OF MCCALL. VAU..EY COUNlY, IDAHO -==::x:r z --==::r It ~ ..... 1 1/2 STORY FRAMED BLOG . ll tJ O 311 t ---, '-..:.R:::.O::.:.w::.·..:.ICNOWLES:.::.=::...:.:A::D·:......::S:.<r:...:.:12:.'1:..:6:." ..::":....._ _____ "T _________ .::KMOWUS:::::~:...:R<MD~~-~~or'....!*~":.._ ____________ ~~----, .... ---..,,,.~~===~---l z N-E 1/16 30.00 PIAT COIi. 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I I I I ~II :ii I • 11 a : I 21.74 30.00 ~I :.. ~ ~~ ~ I ~ c-E 1/1& Pl.AT CCR. C-E 1/16 PU,T COR . 'wvoRAHT • • 'i STA R.O.W. !·>->·H "A" LEctND F'OUNO 1/2" RE9AR FOIMO s;a· REBAR FA\'!: LINE BUl.DINC LINE CDnOIIJNE OF ROAD CENTOIUNE STATION IIIC1IT or WAY CARACE O\'(RHANC N0Tt "A" A JO' WIDE NON EXCUJSI FOR INGRESS • ECl!ESS INST,# 158»< DATE: 10/25/87 NOTES: ADOIIESS: 11 01 1<NOW1.LS ROAD MCCAU. IOAHO BJIJ& KNOWLES SUSllMSIOM IIEl 800K 8, PC. 21, INST.# Of'fSETS TO 8UIU)ING AN( ARE PEIIPENOICUIAR TO F AS R[QU[5l[I): WE LOCATED ENCROAOM WAU.S ~ ROOF LWES \ or STAVCT\JltE. OO£S N01 FENCES. CONCRETE PADS . ununES, Ott wr cmo RLS PROFESSIONAL D. #ta6 WA. 123413 Pl.$ I UT. #BJ10725-U01 J09 NO. M l aoJO DATE: 12/2011 From: To: Cc: Subject: Date: Hi Joe, Delta James ~ keUy@donerjahtmanaaement com; Morgan Bessaw : Michelle Groenevelt; Nathan Stewart Knowl es Road en croac hment Wedne sday, Februa ry 20, 2019 4:38:0 5 PM City staff has correspo nd ed with the City Attorney and ha s met to define option s to resolve th e issue of the str ucture encroachment into th e Knowles Rd right of way. Here are the option s in order of priori t y action: ve nd strt:1-ctore em:r:na c en . A d efined timeline for remova l of the encroachments cou ld be me m orialized in an Encroa chment Agreement which wou ld give you 2. ay: You cou ld acquire adeq uate property from the neig hb or on the other side of the r ight of way to realign the 60 ft. publ ic r ight of way so that the stru cture 3. req uired. Thank yo u, Delta James, AICP I Econ omic Development Planner City of McCall I 216 E. Pa rk St reet I M cCa l l I Idaho 83638 208.634 .3504 I www.m cca ll.id.us f U pco ming Meetings Sc hedul e December 20, 2019 -9:00 am -11 :00 Legion Hall --, , '1 1' I " ' l ~ \ 1. Public Works Facility Study Presentation and Direction (Nathan) 2. Library Follow up after Library Work Session Janu ary 9, 2020 -5:30 pm , Legion Hall -Regular Co un cil Meeting 1. Mayor Aymon comments and final address 2 . Chamber Report/Monthly Department Reports/Committee Minutes 3. Oaths of Office -I nstallation of newly elected City Council Members and the Election of Mayor and Council President (BessieJo) 4. Winter Carnival 2020 Event Summary and Request for Approval of the Fireworks Display (BessieJo) 5. Reso lution Designating the newly appointed Mayor and Council President as Signatories on the City of McCall 's Bank Accounts (L inda & BessieJo) 6. Resolution Designating the newly appointed Mayor and Council President as Signatories on the City of McCall 's Agreements and Contracts (BessieJo) 7. Assignment of Council Liaison Duties 2020 (BessieJo) 8 . Reso lution to authorize Treasurer to pay benefits outside regular meeting dates (Linda) 9. Resolution to Adopt McCall City Council Meeting Schedule for 2020(BessieJo) 10. Executive Session for City Manager Evaluation 11. Approval of 3 % Local Option Tax Funding Contracts (BessieJo) 12 . WCMEDC Agreement for Services (Delta) 13 . CUP-19-09 Idaho Power Antenna (Morgan) 14. Syringa Duct Occupancy Agreement (Chris & Anette) 15. Road and Street R eport (Linda) 16. Janu ary 2020 -9:00 am -3:00 p m Community Center?- ]. Annual Department Reports Janu ary 23 , 2020 - 5 :30 p m , Legion Hall -Regu lar Co uncil Meetin g 1. Work Session: 2. Treasurers Month ly Report (Linda) Consent 3. Treasurer 's Quarterly Report as Required by JC 50-208 (Linda) Consent 4. Airport Advisory Committee Annual Report Retreat? 5. Request for approval to submit an !TD ADA Curb Ramp grant application (Delta) 6. Request for approval to submit McCall Rotary Club grant application for downtown street trees (Delta) 7. Request for approval to submit a McCall-Donnelly Education Foundation Grant application for the Library Expansion Project (De lta) 8. Golf R ates Discussion (Eric) Febru ary 13, 2 020 - 5 :30 pm, Legio n Hall -Regul ar Co uncil Meetin g 1. Chamber Report/Monthly Department Reports/Committee Minutes 2. Winter Carnival Debrief (Erin, Justin, Kurt, Nathan) 3. Midas Gold Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) Update (Anette) 4. Library Bond Ordinance r ev iew 1 February 27, 2020 -5:30 pm , Legion Hall -Regular Council Meeting 1. Work Session: 2. Treasurer's Monthly Report (Linda) Consent 3. Golf Advisory Committee Annual Report 4. Midas Gold EIS -City Comments to Forest Service (Anette) 5. Library Bond Ordinance Adoption February 28, 2020 -9:00 am -11 :00 am TBD - 1. Work Session March 12 , 2020 -5:30 pm , Legion Hall -Regular Council Meeting 1. Cham ber R eport/Month ly Department R eports/Committee Minutes March 26, 2020 -5:30 pm, Legion Hall -Re gu lar Council Meeting 1. Work Session : 2. Treasurer 's Monthly Report (Linda) Consent 3. Community Center Annual Report March 27, 2020 -9:00 am -11 :00 am TBD - 1. Work Session 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. PUBLIC HEARING : 2018 A ll Hazard Mitigation Plan Goals and Stra te gies (Anette /Justin) 7. Big Payette Water Quality Board Presentation on the quality of the Payette Lake 8. Little League of Central Idaho MOU (Tara) 9. Update to all Federal Title VI Resolution Policies (Bessie Jo) 10. PD Hirin g Challenges (Justi n) 11. PUD-15-01 McCall R V Resort Phase 2 Final Plan (Morgan)? 12. Gem Air Lease (Rick) April 13 . 2 City of McCall City Council OPEN SESSION BUSINESS AGENDA AGENDA Special Meeting October 25, 2019 at 9-11 AM Legion Hall -McCall City Hall (Lower Level) 216 East Park Street AB 19-231 Request to Approve an Easement Between Idaho Power Company and the City of McCall for an Easement and Right-of-Way for an Underground Utility Line (ACTION ITEM) WORK SESSION AB 19-213 Presentation Introducing Possible Airport Development Projects Discussion and Direction (ACTION ITEM) ADJOURN American with Disabilities Act Notice: The City Council Meeting room is accessible to persons with disabilities. If yo u need assistance, please contact City Hall at 634-7142 at least 48 hours prior to the meeting . r --·- CITY COUNCIL A GEN DA October 25, 2019 Special COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING PACKET October 25, 2019 Page 1 of 1 Page 1 of26 McCALL CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL 21 6 Eas t Park Street McCall, Idaho 83638 Number Meeting Date AB 19-232 October 25, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Department Approvals Presentation Introducing Possible Airport Mavor / Counci l Development Projects Citv Manager C lerk Treasurer Co mmunity Deve lopment Po li ce Department Publi c Work s Go lf Co urse COST IMPACT: NIA Parks and Recreation FUNDING NIA A irp ort SOURCE: L ibrary TIMELINE: NIA Information Systems Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMEN T: Originator Initials or Suooorter &~ rjf'M5 1 Originator Sta ff wi ll present A irp ort D eve lopment Projects to fami li arize Co un cil with future development possibilities and the up coming A irp ort Master Plan proce ss. Staff requests to receive Co un cil feedback on the projects. Kevin Bi sse ll of T .O. E ng in eers , the C ity 's Airport E ng in eer, w ill be present to assist w ith the discussion and quest ions. Attached: Presentation Package RECOMMENDED ACTION: - Staff is seekin g Co un ci l feedback on th e Airport Development Projects . _ [)I r -LcA?on ·· I I th -t)tiJ_j I ti~ __ ; 5(; YV1i f'\_v.,.l J. w -d, f~ / tJ. Yh<l1' lu.j RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION ,......, I n {' ,J:j -{l'l h--' l ~J )_oe-~ f L U. (1 1 ~·Y]/l.~'//1 u yt,1,'1_ e_,v~k--~ q V-\ ( tr...(_ ~ A COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING PACKET October 25, 2019 Page 9 of26 SHORT TERM (1-2 YEARS) CITY COUNCIL SPECIAL AIRPORT MEETING EXECUTIVE SUMMARY October 25, 2019 Triangle Development-Ground Leases -Space is currently available for 4 ground leases of approximately 8,000 square feet each. Upon FAA approval, leases will be offered, in order, to prospective tenants on the hangar waiting list. These leases are expected to provide additional revenues of $9,600 annually . Deinhard 1 Development -An approximately 19,400 sq ft ground lease directly across from St. Luke's Clinic on Deinhard Lane. Per City Council directive, Dew Aircraft, Inc. has first rights on leasing . The Airport is currently in lease negotiations with Mr. Dew. A ground lease of this area will provide additional revenues of $5,820 annually. INTERMEDIATE TERM (2-5 YEARS) Deinhard 2 Development -An area of approximately 9,600 square feet to have "in pocket" for commercial aeronautical use. Lease area limits depend on the des ign of the Taxiway Relocation project. I Airport T-Hangar Development -Staff is seeking direction in desirability of airport-funded "T-Hangars" for rental. If so, a business case will be created and provided to AAC for recommendation, and CC for approval. Airport Shade Hangars -Staff is seeking direction in the desirability of airport-funded Shade Hangars for rental. If so , a business case will be created and provided to AAC for recommendation, and CC for approval. A decision will be sought on whether to pursue T-Hangars or Shade Hangars. COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING PACKET Octo ber 25 , 20 19 October 25, 2019 • Page 10 of26 Fire Station CO CIL SPECIAL MEETING PACKET October 25, 2019 Overview of Discussion Areas HwySS ------Deinha r d Lane Deinhard 1 and 2 Triang le Area October 25, 2019 • Page 11 of26 Ground Lease Locations Futu re Taxiway Loca tion D D D D D D D HANC RS DOD 0001~~ Location for Ground Leases Diagonal Ta xiway (To be Removed ) = I Map of Triangle Area COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING PACKET October 25, 2019 ' TTTTTTTT D D 0 /I JO s -!A)-{ ~P-- J~'11 · J)' \Y°' rNC « 'uJ'J ~ \1t1,,, ~) , r-(,,{,c. ( I j Vl-1'"1 ~-_.. y,_; J. <..,.1) It rv- f ~, t /YV1tC{ ,v-~ (/J ( ,ft ' October 25, 2019 Page 12 of26 • f<.f,e;t. -S"~ -fq,h.-Ff 11.-"'( !;tr(l(CL , /Ltn U-,UJ51 ~ (), I-ti L h /,i p/ r~ -fl,//'( 1. ~ f f'.u(_ COUNCJL SP ECIAL MEETING p ACK.ET Octo ber 25, 201 9 ,\ l()yyt,.._ /L,-, ('o/.---c...i e,u-l-Lu, /,,,_J---0 /V ;-'(r ctober 25, 2019 LC< S f VY\ (;.,I rV fl &,--. ..,. · Page 13 of 26 • COUNCJL SPECIAL MEETING PACKET October 25, 2019 Location Map Deinhard 2 Development Map of Deinhard 2 October 25 , 2019 • Page 14 of26 Lu.f-J cf 17t£nJWS -l.><yt o5f p ,~~ ~ Wt'1--11vtr' {/k .N··t ?J f--{t,~k · A-J UlJa rj C,c ~c. ftt ( · ___ tit ~v1 a lhq_/ ~~~ ~ _ fj V!Jl'k _ ~i~il:z_ t.:_ (_!~d-c(un-ov-f · -------------- "Nested" T-Hangars Layout -------------------------------~ --------------~-~-fu~;o ~ StandardT-Hangarlayout __ } ~ AMlj-f?J T-Hangar Examples and Drawings COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING PACKET Octo ber 25 , 20 19 October 25, 2019 • Page 15 of26 Future Ta xiway Lo cation (Approxi mate) D D D D D D D T-Hangar Locations HANGARS HANG RS DOD DDD~I ~ Possible Location for T-Hangars COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING PACKET October 25, 2019 ' TTTTTTTT 1- 1-•>---------< I- 0 D D 1 5 y1_ow ( October 25, 2019 • Page 16 of26 PLtJr.. - Examples of Shade Hangars . / µ_c1kr /;1JJC(Wtil-l--, dV 1p~u . Fa b r ic Covered Shade Ha ngars -Addiso n, TX Metal Roof Shade Hangars -Fa ll brook, CA COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING PACKET October 25, 2019 October 25, 2019 • Page 17 of26 Possible Shade Hangar Locations Future Taxiway Location D D D D -x-I' --x~-x--x--x--x--x~ , x--xl = s;= / D D D D D D D AINT. :X lE xi X Ix ~ South of Existing Hangars Weather Antenna Safety Area COUNCJL SPECIAL MEETING P ACKET October 25, 2019 X I -..mi-lK --X "' I'_) ' f-TTTTTTTT j 2l f- f-.J.T.J.T.J.Tl.Tl.T l.T.J.T .J.T.J.T D O~o B D O~o 0 0 ~DD CS 0 Do D ,---, One Tie-Down Row Deinhard 2 (Example) October 25 , 2019 • Page 18 of26 Hangar Waiting List October 25, 2019 # Name 1 Macni cho l-Gregory, Lori 2 Wri g ht, Steve 3 Lemrick, M ik e 4 Terry , Robert 5 Batche lor, Kevin 6 Gad ler, Tim 7 Lewis, Peter 8 Dedge, Dick 9 Oddo , Robert 10 Pedersen , Eric 11 Hart, Dennis 12 Peterson, Mark 13 Hoffmann, Brian 14 Bauer, Larry 15 Vand erhoef, Jon 16 Corb e il , Shawn 17 Haggerty , Brian 18 Bush , Richard 19 Priddy, E dward 20 Sto dd ard , Jeffry L 2 1 Diehl, Gary 22 Shaetzel , Paul 23 Seevers, John 24 Esp lin , Rulon G. 25 Joe Scott 26 Daniel Ortega 27 Nicho las Construction Inc 2 8 Ken Lawson 29 JeffBacheller 30 Jo hn Harrington 31 Lloy d Putnam 32 Donald Gwinn 33 Jeff Edwards 34 Toby As hl ey COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING PACKET October 25, 2019 J-(o u -Pt-r-tf}; µ_k_ T,,11,rt,J 0$ (). wc..rPf+- -fJ< pf 1/(, ~--"'. ){ '/'\ ._ (f V-/' . !)1 v po rJ-· ....-Vv"-0 ~ j.-~ '&~ r;:l1vcr~- !J-1.v .. p/..,IVj'/~ tf/.F-'\ r/;VY'~f'CJ l£..-Vl{.bWv'°ff - /h /.-{r_,{& dert;L ·poy ;). {fi I 7n'f-rf-td 1,t L M )- Y /J..,y¥~ r f-b wLhl'"/ t ~ {J_ t-J ,J-y lH(-l/ J1.-a- lJ "ok° l,(}-{ (J, V-W',L /1,-t-Ej fL'-t-LJ. 3au I ft:N<.'1 u1,.,., ->'4'J.-r4? ....... B / IJ s /+(If I I . ~o 1~,, October 25, 2019 • Page 2 1 of26 Previously Discussed Triangle Area Concepts --~~- Version Created by T-0 Engineers COUNCIL SPEC IAL MEETING PAC KET Oc tober 25, 201 9 \ \ \ \ \ Tl"'T'"TTTT 'T • llff11(J 1 October 25 , 2019 Page 22 of26 City of McCall City Council OPEN SESSION PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE APPROVE THE AGENDA CONSENT A GENDA ;t.5 L,vv-1...l~ AGENDA Regular Meeting October 24, 2019 at 5:30 PM Legion Hall -McCall City Hall (Lower Level) 216 East Park Street A ll m atters whic h are li ste d with in the con sent section of the agenda hav e been di stri buted to each mem ber of the McCall City Co un ci l for reading an d study. Items li sted are cons id ere d ro utin e by the Co uncil and wi ll be enacted with one mot ion unl es s a Cou nc il Member specificall y req uests it to be removed from the Co nsent Agenda to be co nsid ered separately. Staff recommends approva l of the fo ll owing ACTION ITEMS : rYf1'r(i..Y--- l. C ity Co un ci l Spec ial M inutes -Janu ary 7 , 20 19 (ACTION ITE M) <..fi-_ct,,vf---f(...,__ 2. C ity Co un c il Spec ial M inutes -January 18 , 20 19 (ACTION ITEM) (A 3. City Co un ci l Spec ial Min utes-September 27 , 2 01 9 (ACTIO N ITEM) ,vf w.... r1·uk,,-, 4. Payroll Report for perio d endi ng October 4 , 2019 (ACTION ITEM) iY1 .,-.----- 5. C lerk License Report (ACTION ITEM) 0-/4 -PrrJ ,j.A. 6. Warrant Register-GL (ACTIO N ITEM) / fa=/. Warrm1t Register Vendor (ACTION ITEM) g;.5 ~·~\ Z LAB 19 22 3 Request to accept-the I reas ur er's R:epor t as Required by IC 50 208 · JI-' (ACTION t M) ~ 9 . ,AB 19-22 6 R equest to Approve the Ass umpti o n of Hangar 550 Lease by Joseph F . McDo nough & Anne E . McDon o ugh an d Term in ate Indi vi du al Interest of Paul Sc haetze l & Laurie Birch in the Lease at Time of Clos in g (ACTIO N ITEM) 10 . AB 19-228 Rati fy Mayor 's S ig nature on Letter of Supp ort for ITD Grant F und s on Behalf of Treasure Vall ey Tran si t (ACTIO N ITEM) 11. AB 19-230 R equ es t to App rove Local Professional Services Agreement No. 95386 -Project No. A 020(146), Key No . 20 146 For th e Mission Street Recon structio n P roject (So uth City L im its to Deinhard) (ACTION ITE M ~'A-,,.fflii ~m··~ ;;s:t)h. Mayg:p I call for an y comm ents from the public on any subj ect wheth er or not it is on the age nda for any item (s) th e public may w ish to bri ng forward a nd discus s . Please limit comments to thre e (3) minutes . The City Council does not take any action or make an y decisions during public comment. To request Co un ci l actio n during t he Business porti on of a Co un ci l me eting , contact t h e City Manager or City C lerk at least one week in advan ce of a meeting. CITY C O UNCIL AGEN DA October 2 4, 2 01 9 Regular COUNCIL PACKET OCTOBER 24 , 2019 Page 1 of2 1 of276 WORK SESSION AB 19-225 Joe Eisenbrandt from Assistance for Transients in Need (AFTIN), Will Give an Informational Presentation Regarding the AFTIN Assistance Program and Discuss Community Needs PUBLIC HEARING AB 19-221 Request to Adopt an Ordinance Establishing a New Urban Renewal District Plan -Downtown West (ACTION ITEM) BUSINESS AGENDA AB 19-220 McCall Redevelopment Agency (MRA) Annual Report for the Urban Renewal District AB 19-227 Request for Approval to Submit a Transportation Alternatives Grant application for 1st Street Pedestrian Improvements (ACTION ITEM) AB 19-224 Request Approval of the Submission of the Idaho Transportation Department -Office of Highway Safety FFY20 Traffic Enforcement Grant Project Agreement (TEGPA) (ACTION ITEM) AB 19-222 Convert unclaimed Found Property to City of McCall Parks and Recreation Department for use in the Check-Out Program (ACTION ITEM) AB 19-229 Request to Commence Rezone Application Process for Public Works Property to be Zoned Civic (ACTION ITEM) 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. CITY C OUNCIL A GEN DA F!fJ~tif!,rJ,Rcl&!'•P'lar OCTOBER 24 , 2019 Page 2 o/2 2 of276 MINUTES McCall City Council Special Meeting McCall Ci Hall --Legion Hall Call to Order and Roll Call Work Sess ion Adjournment !CALLTOORDERANDROLLCALL Mayor Aymon called the special meeting of the McCall City Council to order at 6:00 p.m. Mayor Aymon, Council Member Giles, Council Member Holmes, Council Member Nielsen, and Council Member Sowers all answered roll call. was absent. City staff members present were Anette Spickard, City Manager; BessieJo Wagner, City C lerk; Erin Greaves , Communications Manager I PUBLIC COMMENT Public Comment related to the Midas Gold Community Partnership Agreement Anne Labelle with Midas Gold gave a brief overview of the Community Partnership Agreement. She expla in ed that it is a legal document that binds the company, if the company is sold this wou ld also bind the purchaser. Sean Gould -Stated that hi s comment is not about the project or the character of the employees of Midas Gold , he requested that the Council stay neutral and not sign the agreement. Don Chapman -Requested that the Council stand with Nez Perce on their position . He also felt that prior to making any decisions the Counci l should w ait for the E IS to come out. Clements stated that he was in favor of the agreement with the caveat that the Council stay involved long term. He is a native Idahoan and feels that the Midas project is an opportunity to clean up the Stibnite site. Wes Keller expresse d concern w ith the agreement stating that in hi s experience, genera ll y the community writes the agreement. He opined that s in ce Midas wrote it , he feels there is a conflict of interest. He stated that the agreement never mentions the communities that do not sign the agreeme nt. He is concerned with the effects on the fishery and the economic impacts . Brian Maloney stated that he is opposed to the Counci l sign in g the agreement. He felt that the agreement does not hold Midas accountable to anything . He fe lt that the amount of money at stake is small by not signing the agreement. MCCALL CITY COUNCIL January 7, 2019 Special Meeting COUNCIL PACKET OCTOBER 24, 20 19 Page 1 of8 3 of276 I I Mike Weisenbach stated that he was opposed to the Co un cil signing the agreement. He stated that it fe lt premature and would put the C ity in a bad spot. Joey Petrie felt that there was no guarantee of the safety of the material that will be moved through McCall and he was opposed to the Council signing the agreement. Barre Quartine stated that he owns property on the ri ver and any ri sk to the river is not a good idea. He was opposed to the agreement and encouraged the Council to stay neutral. Belinda Provancher explained that the agreement is no t about whether or not to approve the project, it is about the opportuni ty for reginal discussion. Judy Anderson was opposed to the Council signing the agreement. She felt that Midas has been misrepresenting their intent. Nick Monahan expressed concerned with how the mine may affect the City and posed the question of what happens to tourist-based towns when the mine comes. Caroline Penny was opposed to the Council signing the agreement. She felt that the agreement only benefits Midas and the community does not benefit. Erin Zachery expressed his opposition to the Council signing the agreement. Lisa Weisnant was op po sed to the Council signing the agreement. She felt that it is not about being at the table , it is about the foundation . She opined that the foundation shou ld be separate from the agreement and it is too soon to be establishing such an agreement. She stated that the EISs will tell the community more. She did express her concern about how the mine w ill affect the river. David Simmonds stated that he understands that the agreement is not about the mine, that it is more abo ut relationships. However, he is opposed to the Council signing the agreeme nt. He stated that the NEPA process needs to happen first prior to signing any agreement. Julia Thrower, Env ironmental advisory Committee Chair, commented that the committee advises the Council to not sign the agreement. She cautioned the Council about the many unknown impacts of the agreement and feels it would make the City an inve stor and would be a conflict of interest for the Council to sign the agreement. Julia Thrower speak in g on her own behalf, asked the question is the agreement constitutional. She is opposed to the Co uncil s igning the agreement. She opined that it makes the City a stockholder with Midas and creates a conflict of interest between representing the public 's best interest. Robin Armstrong thanked the Council for providing the education series. She is opposed to the Council signing the agreement that would make the City a business partnership. MCCALL CITY COUNCIL January 7, 2019 Special Meeting COUNCIL PACK.ET OCTOBER 24, 2019 Page 2 of8 4 of276 Jeff Abrams spoke about perceptions , stating that the agreement is not an endorsement, but the perception is that by signing the agreement it would be an endorsement-. Michelle Blank stated that she was opposed to the Council signing the agreement. She felt it was premature and the Council needs the EIS first. She felt this was the wrong agreement, and that the City needed an agreement with robust protection. This Community Agreement sends the wrong message. Alex Braun, speaking for Joseph Fox, stated to reject the agreement. He stated that the agreement would be a contractual realm far outside the Council realm. He stated that the advisory board referenced in the agreement was not subject to open meeting laws and could make the Council personally liable. Mora Goldstien stated that by not signing the agreement it does not exclude the Council from being able to comment. She requested that the Council not sign the agreement. Jamie Laidlaw wondered what the benefit for the City is by signing the agreement, just conversation. She stated that the agreement does not bind Midas and is not subject to open meeting laws . Felt it would be a conflict of interest. Julia Welch was opposed to the Council signing the agreement. She stated that the Council has the option of maintaining neutrality. Andrew Mentzer stated that he was in favor of the Council signing the agreement. He gave some examples of similar situations of Cities signing similar agreements. Gina Chanman stated she was in favor of the Council signing the agreement. She feels the city needs to be part of the conversation and waiting does not make sense to her. Fred Corie lie stated that even though the agreement is not part of the NEPA process , it would have an impact on the proces s. He was opposed to the Council signing the agreement. He expressed concern with the money involved and encouraged the Council to have a separate MOU. He stated that this agreement is to be used to bolster their inv estors and feels the agreement has undue influence. Jessica Newell asked that the Council so lve our current issues before taking on a new issue . She is concerned how the influx of the mine wo uld have on the ho spital and other services. She is opposed to the Council signing the agreement. Scotty Davenport spoke in favor of the Council signing the agreement to make their voices heard. Olin Balche was opposed to the Council sign ing the agreement as he feels they should wait until the EIS comes out. M CCA LL CI TY C O UNCIL January 7, 2019 Special Meeting COUNCIL PACKET OCTOBER 24 , 2019 Page 3 of8 5 of276 Karen Balche stated that it feels it is bribery on Midas ' part. She is concerned for animal and human life if the mine is allowed to happen. She is opposed to the Counci l signing the agreement and feels the agreement breaks the treaty with the tribe. Jay Masterson spoke in support of the Community Agreement, stating that it would be a robust discussion and impact on the community from a fiduciary responsibility. He stated that Midas has shown that they want to work with the community and felt that the option to do nothing is not an option . Mathew Ganz stated that he was opposed to the Council signing the agreement. Bruce Rankin wondered ifthere was forward looking information. He feels that what Midas says does not mean much. He is opposed to the Council signing the agreement and feels the agreement would make the City a partner, therefor creating a conflict of interest. Jon Rygh was opposed to the Council signing the agreement, stating a conflict of interest issue. He states that he feels it is against the constitution , and a public trust issue. He stated that another option could be a MOU. Amy Rush questioned the transparency of the intent of Midas and the agreement. She stated that Midas c laims they are transparent and would like the public to believe the agreement is for the community; however, she questions their motive. She is opposed to the Council signing the agreement. Melissa Coriell is opposed to the agreement. She is in support of the Nez Perce and expressed concern about the risk associated with the agreement. Connie McClaren expressed concerned that the agreement was tied to so many dollars and stated that if it sounds too good to be true , then it probably is . She was opposed to the Council signing the agreement. Debbie Fereday asked the question -do we have complete information? She encouraged the Council to have complete information prior to signing an agreement. She was opposed to the Council signing the agreement and requested that the Council wait for the EIS. Beth Kochever was opposed to the Council signing the agreement and requested that they wait for the EIS. Tor Anderson stated that Midas is control of the conversation. He was opposed to the Council signing the agreement. Logan Bonnesen shared Karen Tilley Comments who was oppo·sed to the Council signing the agreement. Monahan (a Minor) was opposed to the Council signing the agreement. He expressed concern with how the mine would affect the community and environment. M C CALL CITY C O UNCIL January 7, 2019 Sp ecial Mee ting COUNCIL PACKET OCTOBER 24 , 2019 Page 4 of8 6 of2 76 Lynn Lewinski stated that the Community Agreement has been changed and is concerned that those changes are not to help us . Anette Spickard City Manager gave a wrap up to the agreement discussion. She went over the changes from the la st draft and reminded the Council that they are not a permitting agency. The agreement is not the vesse l to discuss the impacts to the City. She stated that the preliminary agreement has been through legal review. I BUSINESS AGENDA AB 19-008 Request to consider either approval or non-approval of entering into a Community Partnership Agreement with Midas Gold Midas Go ld , owner of the former Stibnite Go ld Mine site, has approached the City with an offer to enter into a Community Benefit Partnership Agreement between the company and other cities and communities in the West Central Mountains that may be impacted by their new mining operation at the site . The company is in the permitting stage of the project with multiple state and federal agencies . It is unknown at this time whether they will receive the permits and what conditions will be associated with those permits to mitigate project impacts. The City of McCall is not a permitting agency for this project, but the City and its impact area are included in the company 's required studies for the federal environmental impact statement (EIS) as they relate to transportation and social/economic impacts . Counci l and staff have participated in a number of public meetings regarding the proposed agreement and the project in general. Miii·N~ffl'f~ffl!s ~~~~,!-IWW}E~)Ofl!l!Ml!fiieQW~:,Wtjtb..tJ~~~fat-h~'.6gfltffll\!'ffflllg--p!Wf'letlre 1\-'['t.-:@ ~!jaQi!flii.'nltc:1:t'a IC a eme t. A memo from the City Manager was distributed to the Council in their packet di cussing the following options: 1. Approve entering into the Community Benefit Partnership Agreement (attached) and give direction for appointment of a representative to the Stibnite Mine Advisory Council and a representative to the Stibnite Foundation Board . 2 . Do not enter into the agreement and seek to participate on the Stibnite Mine Advisory Council only. 3 . Do not enter into the agreement. Council Member Sowers thanked the community for coming out to speak to the Counci l. He also expressed appreciation of the Midas Gold employees. He stated that the environmental impacts of the mine are huge. He feels it is not the right time . Council Member Holmes stated that she did not feel that it is the right time. Council Member Giles feels it is important to be at the table . He stated that the City may need a different sort of agreement. He heard that the community and feels the foundation is a conflict of M CCALL CITY C O UNCIL January 7, 2019 Sp ec ial Me eting COUNCIL PACKET OCTOBER 24 , 2019 Page 7 of8 9 of276 I interest. He wo uld like some agreement to have a seat at the table and was concerned that some fee l that n o seat has a louder voice . He does not agree . He stated that the C ity sho uld be at the tab le express in g the issues and focus on the imp acts to th e C ity. He e nco uraged the people to speak with the Forest Service. Co un ci l Member N ie lsen was co nc erned that the agreement was not drafted by the co mmuni t ies it affects and it does not represent the voice of the community. He encouraged Midas to communi cate w ith the City of McCal l. He does not feel the agreement gives the City any power to h o ld Midas to anything related to the project. He · · the i!i_ n ent.m o to w hat th e co mmuni ty has to say . The issue is not whethe r they s upp ort th e mine. He like th e idea of an MOU stat in g that the fo undation wou ld be foc used on the community organi zation. He t -~ · untt · · 'h ture ne s. Mayor Aymon feels communication and conversation is needed and does not feel that being part of a co mmittee to co mmuni cate with Midas Gold is needed to have a v o ice . She stated that she is encouraged that staff has already started with commun ication with M ida s. She a lso stated that whe n you ask for public opinion , it would behoove the Council to listen to what the p eop le want. We asked and yo u responded it is our job to li sten , she is not in favor of being part of the fo und atio n . Cou nci l Member N iel sen s uggested a nother optio n, to wait for the EIS to develop an alternat ive agreement. Counc il Member Sowers stated an alternative agreement wo uld give a voice to the City. Council Member Holmes moved to reconvene after the draft EIS has been received and read, and then draft a proposed MOU with Midas Gold. 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 votes aye and the motion carried. I ADJOURNMENT Without further business , Mayor Aymon adjourn ed the meeting at 9:30 pm. ATTEST: BessieJo Wagner, C ity Clerk M C CA LL CITY C O UNCIL January 7, 2019 Sp ecial Mee ting COUNCIL P ACKET OCTOBER 24 , 2019 Jackie J. Aymon , Mayor Page 8 o/8 10 of 276 I MINUTES McCall City Council Special Meeting Si Buenos Southwest Grill 339 Deinhard Lane, McCall January 18, 2019 Call to Order and Roll Call Work Session Adjournment I CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL Mayor Aymon called the specia l 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 m em bers 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 Recreati on Director ; Jay Scherer, Airport Manager; Eric McCormick, Go lf Course Superintendent; Meg Lojek, Library Director ; Chris Curtain , Information Systems Manager; Traci Malvich, Human Resources Manager; Ju stin Williams , Po li ce Chief; Nathan Stewart, Public Works Director; I WORK SESSION Welcome, Annual Department Reports Each Department Head presented their Annual Reports to Council 1. McCall Municipal Airport -Airport Manager Jay Scherer 2 . Public Works -Public Works Director Nathan Stewart 3. Community and Economic Development -Community and Economic Development Director Michelle Groenevelt 4. Parks and Recreation -Parks and Recreation Director Kurt Wolf 5. McCall Golf Club -Golf Course Superintendent Eric McCormick 6. McCall Public Library -Library Director Meg Lojek 7. Po li ce Department -Police Chief Ju stin Williams 8. Information Technology Department -Information Systems Manager Chris Curtin 9 . Finance Department -City Treasurer Linda Stokes 10. City Clerk Department -City Clerk Bes sieJo Wagner 11. Local Option Tax 12. City Manager Anette Spickard Council Reflection on 2018, Set Goals for 2019 The Council discussed the many accomplishments of 20 18 such as the Adoption of several plans : Transportation Master Plan , Water Master Plan , and th e Comprehensive Plan . M CCA LL CITY COUNCIL J anuary 18, 2019 Special Meeting COUNCIL PACK.ET OCTOBER 24, 2019 Page 1 of 3 11 of276 I I Mayor Aymon stated that the Midas Gold lecture series was well scheduled within a condensed time frame. The Council commented on how they liked that the series was video recorded. The awarding of contracts for city infrastructure shows that things are getting done . The completion of the water rate structure was done timely , the study showed that deferred maintenance has been an issue in the past and will cost into the future. C · · · o The Council also discussed areas where they felt the City could do better. The Council did not feel that the water rate informational meetings were well attended and may not have been well communicated to the community . The Council identified that this could be due to time of year. There was some conversation on whether the Council should go out to the public or should we create an opportunity for public information. The Council then discussed possible ways to do business differently such as find stakeholders, look for ways to educate, give more opportunity for people to weigh-in, look for ways to make the subject matter more relatable. The Council discussed sidewalk maintenance and identified that an educational series would be beneficial. Timing of thi s topic is important, they discussed late fall through the winter would give people more time to be involved. Council also discussed some of the challenges with getting out information could be in part due to the venue. The Council discussed different locations such as Northfork Lodge that could accommodate a large number of people. There was some discussion around cost of looking at other venues and w hether or not it would be worth the change in venue. Council felt that if a large meeting is anticipated then there wo uld be a need to find a venue to accommodate . Through some additional discussion , Council Member Nielsen opined that there was not enough public input for the Comprehensive plan , while Council Member Holmes contradicted and stated that there was good participation although it may have been too sp read out. The Council then worked to identify the listed future opportunities and upcoming challenges with projects: I. EIS draft for Midas Gold will be a lot of work on staff to analyze the results and the effects on the community 2. Housing strategy 3. Parks and Recreation relocation prior to the Library expansion project 4. Library Expansion Project 2020 5. The Airport new taxiway 6. Wildfire education The Council then worked to identify the listed future opportunities and upcoming challenges related to policy : 1. Parking 2. Sidewalk maintenance 3. Recycl ing -EAC-Lakeshore Di s posal 4. Urban renewal 5. Density and growth MCCALL CITY COUNCIL Page 2 of 3 January 18, 2019 Special Mee ting COUNCIL PA CKET OCTOBER 24, 20 19 12 of276 6. Land Use Code update 7. F ib er project 8 . F ull time code enforcement officer 9. E n v ironmental climate chan ge ~~~iai·lfJn . After three touches an item may sti ll warrant additional community outreach. It is important to identify when add iti onal outreach is needed. After the di scuss ion the Co un ci l consensus was for Communications to take the lead on outreach to include a trial of live streaming of Council meetings , and, dependent on feedback from the community, may make streaming standard for all Council Meetings. Staffing Challenges Council brainstormed on ideas regarding opportuniti es for cross training and looking at some shared employees to fill in the holes . They discussed that Communication key. The discussion in cluded ways to communicate better with community including ideas of two-m inute briefs , community bulletin board s, a co mmuni cation plan from the Council initiatives, and lo cal radio spots. The Co un cil rounded out their discussion with various ideas to include communi ty involvement. R eview Governance Manual Co un cil discussed the agenda structure to ensure the flow of their meeting was efficient. T h ere was Counci l consensus to publish the Public Hearings for 5 :30 , and at times , move the department reports to the consent agenda when there is a lengthy meeting. The Council discussed the appointment process for City committees, commissions and boards, express in g the desire to make the process more uniform across the board. The Council woul d li ke a more formal process. There was some discussion regarding the Counci l liai son expectations and an opportun ity for the Council to report. Council also discussed how they should consider previous Council action and requested that staff include documentation of previous counci l action, so they are comp lete ly up t o sp eed when a related topic co mes before them. Council a lso expressed interest in training, espec ially land u se re lated training, so when the new code updates come, they understand what that code update means. There was also interest emergency management strategies . Coun c il wrapped up the day with a brief di scussion regarding Council legislative priorities that included State supported transit a nd a review of the liqu or li cense initiative from Driggs. I ADJOURNMENT Without further business, Mayor Aymon adjourned the meeting at 2:24p.m. ATTEST: BessieJo Wagner, City Clerk MCCALL CITY COUNCIL January 18, 2019 Special Meeting COUNCIL PACKET OCTOBER 24 , 20 19 Jackie J. Aymon , Mayor Page 3 of 3 13 of276 I MINUTES McCall City Council Special Meeting McCall City Hall --Legion Hall September 27, 2019 Call to Order and Roll Call Work Session Adjournment I 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 Nielsen, and Council Member Sowers all answered roll call . Council Member Holmes was absent. City staff members present were Anette Spickard , City Manager; Shay T y ler, Deputy C lerk; Linda Stokes , City Treasurer; Mic helle Groenevelt, Community Development Director; C hri s Curtin , Information Systems Manager ; Traci Malvich, Human Resources Manager ; Nathan Stewart, Public Works Director Also , in attendance was Andrew Mentzer, West Central Mountains Economic Development Council I WORK SESSION AB 19-213 Municipal Broadband and Fiber Utility Discussion Information Systems Manager C hris Curtin presented the discussion. On July 12 , 20 18 , U8-..il*!. Ad diti onally, Manager Curtin gave an update on the installation of seven miles of fiber and shared that he has teamed up with the Idaho Broadband Task Force and has done a presentation for them at their recent conference . He explain ed his strategic goals of accessibi li ty , affordability , minimized risk, M CCA LL CITY C O UNCIL September 2 7, 2 019 Sp ec ia l Mee ting COUNCIL PACKET OCTOBER 24 , 2019 Page l of3 15 of276 I I and enabling long term community plans and objectives. He spoke about finalizing the Broadband Plan, establish a legal authority , launch a community engagement program, specified the equipment to be used, and distribute a request for proposals for design and construction. is the fir st phase of construction which would include the selection of an engineering partner, continued community engagement, oversight of the engineering and construction ,' completion of the financial model , selection of short-and long-term funding channels , stand up network operations , and begin connection of subscribers . P. tm aftt, of e e,o ·ty , beginning the next level of the construction , monitor the internal workings of the network and financial performances, and providing ongoing customer support, story tracking , and network monitoring. fan;w companies are winning t tu · · oa:b-i 0 Staff answered questions about installation costs and the LID bond process. Andrew Mentzer of the West Central Mountains Economic Development Council explained distribution and density challenges of small communities. Council Member Sowers shared he feels the model is a bit too optimistic. As Council Member Giles stated he would like to see this move forward as recommended by staff, still have an option to the hou se, and work with the consultant on a 5-year option. Council Member Giles left the meeting at 10:24 a.m. MCCA LL CITY C O UNCIL Septemb er 2 7, 2 019 Sp ec ial M eeting COUNCIL PACKET OCTOBER 24, 2019 Page 2 of 3 16 of 276 Council Member Sowers wants a Demand Analysis model (live map) for the next meeting to get a better idea of public feedback . Council Member Sowers left the meeting 10:49 a.m. Council Member Nielsen wanted to know more about the middle mile providers. Staff gave an overview of the dialog that has happened over the last year and shared providers are approaching the City already. There was a discussion of who and how middle mile providers are part of the process and how they may potentially affect the system. Council consensus was to move forward with in a more aggressive 5-year install timeframe model and flesh out the requirements for the opt in option. I ADJOURNMENT Without further business, Mayor Aymon adjourned the meeting at 11:09 p.m. ATTEST: BessieJo Wagner, City Clerk M CCALL CITY C O UNCIL September 2 7, 2 019 Sp ec ial Me eting CO CII... PACKET OCTOBER 24 , 2019 Jackie J. Aymon , Mayor Page 3 of 3 17 of276 I McCALL CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL 216 East Park Street McCall, Idaho 83638 Number Meeting Date AB 19-223 October 24, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Department Approvals Treasurer's Report as Required by IC 50-208 Mayor I Counci l C ity Manager C le rk Treasurer Co mmunity Deve lopment Po lice Departme nt P ubli c Works Go lf Course COST IMPACT: N IA Parks and Recreation FUNDING N I A Airport SOURCE: Li brary TIME LINE: Report Onl y , Information Systems Grant Coord inator SUMMARY STATEMENT: Originator Initials or Suvvorter .,,atS~ KAI Originator T reasurer 's report of acco u nts and act iv ity of office during the month of Septem ber 20 19 regarding care, management, or disposition of moneys , property or business of th e City. Attached is the September 2019 Report RECOMMENDED ACTION: The Co un ci l shall exam in e the report and determine w het her add iti onal information from the Treasu rer is required. MEETING DATE COUNCIL PACKET OCTOBER 24, 20 19 RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION ACTION 59 of276 City of McCall, Idaho Monthly Financial Dash board Issued on Octob er 15 , 2 019 City of McCall Reporting Period: September 2019 FINANCE O ur Investments and Cash ... Balances as of September 20 I 9 General Fund -Cas h & In ves tments September 2019 $ 6,299,829 August 20 18 $ 5,790,408 Unavailab le Cash Reserves $ 1,580,330 Restricted Cash -Franchi se Fees $ 2,087 ,498 $ Streets Fund -Cas h & Inves tments S&j)temllet: A ugust 20 18 $ I , 196,382 Un availabl e Cash Reserves $ 449,9 14 V j]aQ e,Ca.m 0 Librarv Fund -C ash & Investments s '1 , 48 A ugust 20 18 $ 583 ,743 Unavailab le Cash Reserves $ 111 ,254 Re stricted Cash -Bldg Fund $ 368,368 Av Recreation Fund -Cas h & Investm e nt s Septem ber 20 19 August 20 18 $ 46,378 $ 576 ,467 $ 236 ,870 Unavailable Cash Reserves Avail able Cash (~ Airport Fund -Cash & Inve s tments Se ptember 20 19 A ugust 20 18 $ 2 ,022 ,05 1 $ 56,292 $ 75,387 Major Fund Cash Flows ... Genera l Fund Re ve nu es and Ex pen se Fi s ca l Year 2019 Budget $ 8,568,694 Revenues to Date $ 7,034 ,429 Ex penditures to Date $ 5,854 ,570 Reven ues over Expenditures $ 1,179,860 Str eet Fund Re ven ue s and Ex pe nditure s Fisca l Year 2019 Budget s 2,657,973 Revenues to Date $ 2 ,009,447 Expenditures to Date $ 1,8 65 ,840 Revenues over Expenditures $ 143 ,608 Librarv Fund Re ve nue s and Ex penditures Fiscal Year 201 9 Budget $ 893 ,099 Reve nu es to Date $ 477,578 Expenditures to Date $ 509,002 Revenues over Ex p enditures $ (3 1,423) Recreation Fund Revenu es and Ex penditures Fi sc al Year 20 19 Bud get $ 2 ,115 ,879 Revenues to Date $ 1,129 ,667 Expenditures to Date $ 1,626 ,950 Reven ues over Ex penditures $ (497 ,283) A irport Fund Reve nue s an d Ex pe nditur es Fi sca l Year 20 19 Budget s 911,404 Revenues to Date $ 361,305 Ex pen ditures to Date $ 544,510 Revenues over Expenditures $ (183 ,204) As% of As% of FY14 - Budget FY18 Avg. Actua l 82.09% 124.12% 68.33% 118 .96% 75 .60% 107.65% 70 .20% 105.38% 53.47% 106.47% 56.99% 155 .97% 53.39% 106.47% 76 .89% 155.97% 39.64% 3 1.77% 59 .74% 53.64% Unavailable Cash Reserves Avai lab le Cash $ 1,946,664 Local Option Tax -Stre ets Fund Revenues and Ex penditures Ca pital Projects Fund-Cash & Investments September 20 19 A ugust 20 18 Local Option Tax -Cas h & In vestments September 20 19 August 20 18 Avai lab le Cash COUNCJL PACKET OCTOBER 24, 2019 $ 1,889 ,349 $ Fisca l Year 2 019 Budget $ 5,057,603 Revenues to Date $ 2,242,127 44 .33% 213.14% Expen ditures to Date $ 2 ,899,238 57.32% 560.37% Revenues over Expenditures $ (657 ,111 ) Water Fund R even ues and Ex penditures Fiscal Year 2019 Budget $ 3,374,897 Revenues to Date $ 3 ,069,278 90 .94% 126 .85% Expendi tures to Date $ 3 ,163,345 93 .73% 157.77% Revenues over Expenditures $ (94,067) 60 of276 Page 1 of 3 City of McCall FINANCE City of McCall , Idaho Monthly Financial Dashboard Issued on October 15 , 2 019 Reporting Period: September 2019 Specific Revenue Collections at a Glance ... Our Investments and Cash ... As%of Pro11ertv Tax Co llection Budget Fiscal Year 2019 Budget $ 6 ,014,967 Revenues to Date $ 6,065 ,433 100 .84% State S hared Reve nue Co ll ec tion Fiscal Year 2019 Budget $ 967,708 Revenues to Date $ 824,785 85.23% Building Permit Revenue Co llection F iscal Year 2019 Budget $ Revenues to Date 49.12% Local 011tionTax -Tourism Reve nue Collection F isca l Yea r 2019 Budget Revenues to Date Local 011ti o nTax -Streets Revenue Co llection * Fiscal Year 2019 Budget Revenues to Date 5.63% McCall Redevelopment Agency ... MRA Fund Reve nues and Ex11enditures Fiscal Year 20 19 Budget $ 724,000 Revenues to Date $ 753 ,648 Expenditures to Date $ 480,849 Revenues over Expenditures $ 272 ,800 Urban Renewal Pro11ertv Tax Co llection F isca l Yea r 2019 Budget $ 665,000 Revenue to Date $ 733,762 MRA Cash Flow Prior Year Comparison ... Fiscal Year 20 19: Septemb er McCa ll Red evelo11ment Agencv F isca l Yea r 20 19 Budget $ Revenues to Date $ Expend itures to Date $ Revenues over Expenditures $ COUNCIL PACKET OCTOBER 24 , 2019 724,000 753 ,648 480,849 272 ,800 As%of Budget 104 .10% 66.42% I 10 .34% As% of FY 14- FY 18 Avg. 11 9 .03% 103 .24% 148 .02% 249 .03% 219.72% As% of FY I4- FY18 Avg. Actual 115.19% 91.23% 112 .82% Percentage 104 .10 % 66.42% Balances as of September 2019 Golf Fund -Ca sh & In vestments September 20 19 August 2018 Unavailable Cas h Re serves Available Cash Water Fund -Cash & In vestments September 2019 August 2018 Unavailable Cas h Re serves Restricted Cash -DEQ Loan Reserve Available Cash Urban Renewa l F und-Cash & In ves tm ents September 20 19 August 2018 Unavailable Cash Reserves Restricted Cash -Bond Re serves Available Cash Fiscal Year 20 18: September McCa ll Redevelo11ment Age nc v Fisca l Year 2018 Budget $ 1,093,700 Revenues to Date $ 766, I 93 Expenditures to Date $ 943,78 1 Revenue s over Expenditures $ (I 77 ,589) Page 2 of 3 cont'd $ 226,401 $ 120,789 $ 205,1 JO $ 2 1,291 $ 3,886,395 $ 4 ,100 ,482 $ 515 ,500 $ 384,720 $ 2,986,176 $ 1,092 ,2 50 $ 827,509 $ 100 ,000 $ 488 ,28 I $ 503 ,970 Percentage 70.06% 86.29% 61 of276 City of McCall FINI\NCE City of McCall , Idaho Monthly Financial Dashboard Issued on October 15 , 2019 Reporting Period: Septemb er 2019 Our Cas h Flows Prior Year Comparison Septe mb er 20 19 Genera l Fund Fiscal Year 2019 Budget Revenues to Date Expenditures to Date Revenue s over Expenditures Streets Fund Fiscal Year 2019 Budget Revenues to Date Ex penditures to Date Revenues ove r Expenditures Library Fund Fisca l Year 2019 Budg et Revenues to Date Ex penditures to Date Revenues over Expend itures Recreatio n Fund Fiscal Year 2019 Budget Revenues to Date Ex penditures to Date Revenu es over Ex penditures Airport Fund Fiscal Year 2019 Budget Revenues to Date Ex penditures to Date Revenue s ove r Expe nditures Loca l Optio n Tax (S treets } Fund Fiscal Year 2019 Budget Revenues to Date Expenditures to Date Revenues ove r Expenditures Golf Fund Fiscal Year 2019 Budget Revenues to Date Ex penditures to Date Revenu es ove r Expen ditures Water Fund Fiscal Year 2019 Budg et Revenues to Date Expenditures to Date Revenu es ove r Expenditures COUNCIL PA CKET OCTOBER 24, 2 019 s 8,568 ,69 4 $ 7,034 ,429 $ 5,854 ,570 $ 1,179 ,860 s 2 ,657,973 $ 2 ,009 ,447 $ 1,865 ,840 $ 143 ,608 s 893 ,099 $ 477 ,578 $ 509 ,002 $ (31 ,423) s 2,115,8 79 $ 1,129 ,667 $ 1,626 ,950 $ (497 ,283) s 911,404 $ 361 ,305 $ 544 ,5 10 $ (183 ,204) s 5,057,603 $ 2,242 ,127 $ 2,899 ,238 $ (657 ,111 ) s 1,241 ,344 $ 93 1,808 $ 9 11 ,949 $ 19 ,859 s 3 ,374,897 $ 3 ,069 ,278 $ 3 ,163 ,345 $ (94 ,067) A ugust 20 18 Percentage Ge nera l Fund Fiscal Yea r 2018 Bud get s 82 .09 % Revenues to Date $ 68 .33 % Expenditures to Date $ Revenues over Ex penditures $ Streets Fund Fisca l Year 2018 Bud get $ 75 .60 % Revenues to Date $ 70 .20 % Expend itures to Date $ Revenues over Ex penditures $ Libr ary Fund Fiscal Year 2018 Budget s 53.47 % Revenues to Date $ 56.99% Expenditures to Date $ Revenues over Ex penditures $ Recr eatio n Fund Fiscal Year 20 18 Budget s 53 .39% Revenues to Date $ 76 .89% Expenditur es to Date $ Re venues ove r Ex penditures $ Airport Fund Fiscal Year 20 18 Budget s 39.64 % Revenues to Date $ 59 .74% Expend itures to Date $ Revenues over Expenditures $ Local Option Tax (Stree ts} F und Fiscal Yea r 2018 Budget s 44.33 % Revenues to Date $ 57 .32 % Expenditures to Date $ Revenues over Ex pendi tures $ Golf Fund Fisca l Year 2018 Budget $ 75 .06 % Revenues to Date $ 73.46 % Expenditures to Date $ Revenues over Ex penditures $ Water Fund Fiscal Year 20 18 Budget s 90 .94 % Revenues to Date $ 93.73 % Exp en di ture s to Date $ Revenues over Ex penditures $ Page 3 of 3 Percentage 9,099 ,602 6,53 1, I 07 71.77 % 6,159 ,436 67 .69% 37 1,670 2 ,492,802 1,642 ,995 65.9 1% 1,998 ,946 80 .19% (355 ,95 1) 599,728 432 ,258 72 .08% 39 1,006 65 .20% 4 1,252 1,541,792 969 ,943 62 .9 1% 923 ,513 59.90% 46,430 5 ,576,622 1,665 ,764 29 .87% 2,139 ,324 38 .36% (473 ,560) 3 ,579,934 1,810 ,738 50 .58% 980,806 27.40% 829 ,932 1,134 ,019 884,185 77.97% 838 ,553 73.95% 45,632 3 ,482 ,6 83 2,4 12,179 69 .26% 2,346,493 67.38% 65 ,685 62 of276 McCALL CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL Number Meeting Date AB 19-226 October 24, 2019 216 East Park Street McCall, Idaho 83638 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Originator Department Approvals Initials or Suvvorter Request to Approve the Assumption of Hangar 550 Mayor / Council Lease by Joseph F. McDonough & Anne E. City Manager c:Jlt'S~ Clerk McDonough and Terminate Individual Interest of Treasurer Paul Schaetze l & Laurie Birch in the Lease at Commu ni ty Development Time of Closing Police Department Publi c Works Golf Co urse COST IMPACT: NIA Parks a nd Recreation FUNDING NIA Airport rk'ft1£1 Originato r SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: NIA Information Systems Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT: P:::111.I Sr.h<>Pt7P.I Iv T ""~:a n . --L • .I ---~~~ " 1--,prih F McDonou!Yh & ---o \..I IV ___ ..,_ Vl. J. ............ o-·· ....... " o· ...,_ .. ---D "I -uIIVUgh. The FY20 lease rate is .301/sq ft covered gro und. This leasehold has 1,5 12sq ft . - covered gro und making th e lease amount "'' --- T he initial term of the le ase ends February 6, 2027 with the opportunity fo r four (4) five (5) year lease extensions . This lease assumption was assessed a $200 processing fee. Attachment: Lease Ass ignment RECOMMENDED ACTION: Approve the Assumption of Hangar 550 Lease by Joseph F. McDonough & Anne E. McDonough and terminate individual interest in the lease at Time of C losing and authorize the Mayor to s ign a ll nece ssary documents . MEETING DATE CO CIL PACKET OCTOBER 24, 20 19 RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION ACTION 63 of276 McCALL CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL Number Meeting Date AB 19-228 October 24, 2019 2 16 E ast Park Street Mc Call , Idaho 83638 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Originator D ep artment App rova ls In itia ls or Suvvorter Ratify Mayor 's Signature on Letter of Support for Mavor / Counc il /TD Grant Funds on Behalf of Trea s ure Vall ey C itv Manager ~)>f-" Origi nator C lerk Transit T reasu rer Co mm uni ty Deve lo pm ent Po lice Department P ubl ic Works Go lf Course COST I M PA CT: 0 P arks and Recreat ion F UNDIN G n/a A irp ort SOURCE : L ib rary TI M E LINE: n/a In format ion Svstems Grant Coordinator SUM MARY STA TEMEN T: T --• n ,I • r • +L T .. ... ~ ...... I Ill lllr'._\. IL Y .A U •_ ..... .;~;: apjl. -atlQ n t(,)-~ l>l,u . . . . 'T' -~• • ., ,;' r t:tinr-+ ,:-__ . .._ r -• -~nppnrt~nu L 1 • "~ '" onati n.7 T!-. m .. ,:: .. ti,...rr:.i'""'i ~,e , .. ,~ . . -_ ..... _ October 18._20--lJl. T he Co unc il has prev iously vo iced a strong desire for p ubli c tra nspo rt ati on fun din g by th e state du r in g the 2019 co un c il retreat and dur in g the FY20 bud get process. P..iJ hl-ic-trans.p-orta:frm i"""'!:i lso id entifi e_d_aS a_WillITl UUitv_ J2:Qa [ _jn-th e.H nr'n I I A 00.-. --· -_. ·n n•a: . T h e M avor sign ed.. theJ.e tte.r_as requ es ted on..Oct-0 her""'1A, 20 19. A co py of the letter is attac hed . . - RECOMMEN DED ACTION : Rati fy th e Mayor 's signatur e on a lett er of s uppo rt fo r IT D gra nt fun ds on be hal f of Treas ure Va ll ey Tra nsit MEETING DATE CO CIL PAC.KET OCTOBER 24, 20 19 RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION ACTION 71 of276 , BLANK PAGE COUNCIL PACKET OCTOBER 24 , 2019 72 of276 McCALL CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL Number Meeting Date AB 19-230 October 24, 2019 216 East Park Stre et McCall , Idaho 836 3 8 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Reques t to Approve Local Professional Servic es Agreement No. 95386 -Project No. A02 0(146), Key No. 20146 For the Mission Street Reconstruction Project (South City Limits to Deinhard) COST IMPACT: $16,746 (7.34%)-Streets LOT $2 11 ,394 92.66 % -ITD Grant F un d in F UNDIN G ITD Grant & Streets LOT SOURCE: TIMELIN E: FY 19 -22 Orig inator D epa rtm ent Appro vals I nitials or S u orter Treas ur er O ri inator Go lf Course Par ks and Recreati on Ai ort Library Info rm atio n S stems Grant Coo rdin ato r SUMMARY STATEMEN T: 1•~maitci::bJffl:fimltizen:me:e:ngm:eeru[g:s.e~:Dffijii@@:for.:~gr.en:~~mr.uru=ti:I:'.ClllIIPRnttn~ ee.cl: app ro e re quired t o bid an d co nstru ct the projec t. T he attached LP SA is c urre ntl y und e r fi n a l rev iew by the City 's legal co un se l. Sho uld rev is ions be warranted, staff wi ll rese nt the revise d LPSA as a h and o ut at th e m eetin . RECOMMEN DED ACTION : Approve th e ITD Local P ro fess ional Serv ices Agreeme nt Numb er 9 5386 a nd auth ori ze the Mayor to s ign a ll necessa d oc um ents. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION 7/2 6/18 AB-18 -188: Reso luti on 18-17 authorized t he executi on of the Project 's state and local a ree ment wi th th e Id aho Trans ortation De artment COUNCIL P ACKET OCTOBER 24 , 20 19 75 of276 IDAHO TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT LOCAL PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT Agreement Number 95386 THIS AGREEMENT is made and entered into this day of _______ _ ___ , by and between the CITY OF MCCALL, whose address is 216 E. Park St. McCall ID 83638, hereinafter called the "Sponsor," and FORSGREN ASSOCIATES , INC., whose address is 415 S . 4th Street, Boise, ID , 83702 , hereinafter ca ll ed the "Consultant." RATIFICATION The Idaho Transportation Department, representing the Federal Highway Administration on all local federal-aid highway projects , is authorized to ratify all agreements for engineering services entered into between sponsoring local agencies and their retained consultants. All references to State used hereafter shall denote the Idaho Transportation Department. NOW, THEREFORE, the parties hereby agree as follows: The work covered by this Agreement is for the fo ll owing project(s): PROJECT NAME: MISSION ST; SCL TO DEINHARD LN, MCCALL PROJECT NO: A020(146) KEY NO : 20146 I. SUBCONSULT ANTS The Sponsor approves the Consultant's utilization of the following Subconsultants: American Geotechnics , Inc. Bionomics Environmental, Inc. Nemec Engineering II. AGREEMENT ADMINISTRATOR This Agreement shal l be administered by Wayne Herbel , P .E., LHTAC ; (208) 344- 0565; or an authorized representative. III. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF CONSULTANT A. DESCRIPTION OF WORK The Consu ltant shall provide professional services as outl in ed in the attachment(s) and as further described herein. 1. COUNCIL PACK.ET OCTOBER 24 , 2 019 The following attachments are made a part of this Agreement: 76 of276 McCALL CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL Number Meeting Date AB 19-225 October 24, 2019 216 East Park Street McCall, Idaho 83638 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Originator Department Approvals Initials or Suooorter Joe Eisenbrandt from .A c,c,;cs,-·A --r~-r .. ~--: --#~ ;.,. ., -Mayor / Counci l cRl:)S,.-JV,e6'/, / A ~T1"/\.:1, Will Give an Informational City Man ager C lerk Presentation Regarding the AFTIN Assistance Treasurer Program and Discuss Community Needs Co mmunity Develo pment ·? A-rFJJ Po li ce Department ,-:1 • Originator P ubli c Works ~ Go lf Co urse COST IMPACT: NIA Parks and R ecreation FUNDING NIA Ai rp ort SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: NIA Information System s Grant Coo rdinator SUMMARY STATEMENT: At the Mayor 's requ est, Joe E isenbrand t from AFTIN w ill report on commun ity assistance prov ided by AFTIN, HH&RC (foodbank) and local churches . He wi ll di sc us s co mmunity need s and possible areas w her~ the C ity an d organ izations may be be able to partner to address these need s . --:4Lmr'ntr .' Jnnk-tA -hr &JOY1L 1-@ RECOMMENDED ACTION: ()°'1 oheel-p"' ;;2_ w-t ~ .' None , Informational Presentation On ly ~J ; {'7 ,;-.£rd{(;(, l,0 h,c;A-C' (7y\ ~ cit~ <l-o ? . }'1-(_e~. &~tcdzoh,. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION l AJF.G?JS; f.-lN /,/ .r~ NI {, ~v/1 :.r~v- -, v17e/· cJ-a -I /_t;n ~ f!-(J , .'\J/ . (hn(J1,s l ~ifpt,,J~dh. -/-re::-t/d., a. RESOLUTION NO . 2019-01 A RESOLUTION OF THE PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION FOR THE CITY OF MCCALL, IDAHO, VALIDA TING CONFORMITY OF THE URBAN RENEW AL PLAN FOR THE DOWNTOWN WEST URBAN RENEW AL PROJECT WITH THE CITY OF MCCALL'S COMPREHENSIVE PLAN WHEREAS , the Urban Renewal Agency of the city of McCall , Idaho, also known as McCall Redevelopment Agency (hereinafter "Agency"), the duly constituted and authorized urban renewal agency of the City of McCall (the "City"), has submitted the proposed Urban Renewal Plan for the Downtown West Urban Renewal Project (the "Downtown West Plan ") to the City; and WHEREAS, the Mayor and McCall City Council referred the Downtown West Plan to the City Planning and Zoning Commission for review and recommendations concerning the conformity of said Downtown West Plan with the City 's 2018 McCall Area Comprehensive Plan, McCall In Motion, as amended ("Comprehensive Plan "); and WHEREAS , on September l 0, 2019 , the City Planning and Zoning Commission met to consider whether the Downtown West Plan conforms with the Comprehensive Plan for the City as required by Idaho Code Section 50-2008(b); and WHEREAS , the City Planning and Zoning Commission has reviewed said Downtown West Plan in view of the Comprehensive Plan; and WHEREAS , the City Planning and Zoning Commis sion has determined that the Downtown Plan is in all respects in conformity with the Comprehensive Plan. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOL YEO BY THE PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION FOR THE CITY OF MCCALL , IDAHO : Section 1. That the Downtown West Plan , s ubmitted by the Agency and referred to this Commission by the Mayor and City Council for review, is in all respects in conformity with the City's Comprehensive Plan. Section 2 . That Exhibit A , outlining the findings supporting the determination that the Downtown West Plan is in conformity with the City 's Comprehensive Plan , is hereby adopted and incorporated as part of this Resolution. Section 3. That the Director of the City 's Planning Divi s ion is hereby authorized and directed to provide the Mayor and McCall City Council with a certified copy of this Resolution relating to said Downtown West Plan . RESOLUTION -I RESOLUTION NO. 2019-01 Section 4. That this Resolution shall be in full force and effect immediately upon its adoptio n and approval. ADOPTED by the Planning and Zoning Commission of the city of McCall , Idaho , this 10th day of September 2019. APPROVED: ATTEST: Morgan Bessa Director, P ann ng Division RESOLUTION -2 Originator SUBJECT: -h -IA ,A p.. I I tl fl" VJA.Wl{, (_ rn lYYV.1-4 .., "' (..I\, 1.,...-V p '{., <".,e,;,J 1--. n_e_p_ar-tm_e_n_t A_p_p_ro_v_al_s -+--/ n_it-ia-ls--+-==c..:o:..:...r ==---~ c..,1· Su orter Request to Adopt an Ordinance Establishing a 1-M~a'-'o_r /_C_o_u_nc_il ___ +----ir=...,,..-t--------i New Urban Renewal District Plan -Downtown West COST IMPACT: FUNDING SOURCE: TIMELINE: . . SUMMARYSTAT T:;)OJi . J ~ /vJ ra 14(f!!,; The current urb an renewal district will ··8-Meeall Area omprenensive I? an, the creation o a11ewurban renewa i tnct was identified in the Ian in Policy 3.1 (p. 104), Map 5.4 (p .107), and LU Project 5 (p . 150). The McCall Redev elopment Agency (MRA) Board hired Kushlan Associates to prepare the Eligibility Report, the first st , · e eating a e urban ren wal d 'strict and this :wa ado ted b the Ci u · n une 28 201 &. (la./J c.. ( ' / -Rr--f n-..., The next step was to complete the financial feasibility analysis. This information was presented to the MRA Board ancl City oun ii. Attached is the Final Plan fo the creation 0£ the new distriGt. This Plan was reviewed by the MRA Board on Ju ly 16 and they plan to make a recommendation during their regular August meeting. A Council work session was held on July 25 , 2019 to get feedback before the Plan was finalized . a · · sen e na an ttri :tbg. The City Attorney has also reviewed the plan 's legal documents on behalf of the City Council. The Ordinance is attached. RECOMMENDED ACTION: O'r'"d/na11_ ~{, es#-h/l.f~l""'f tt nev.J Urh,cn renew~{ 1. J • d 1..stnc.:J-f lk-i -/Jd u111 hwn 1,,J~sl-_ f;,.ppo~ , ~fr()(fl 2. Su peiw ftie roles an ead by title only one-tim onl rdinanc No1:il, ~ U (_ (I.S' C.}?-tA 3. do t Ordinance g qg1, establishing the urban renewal plan for the downtown west urban renewal project, which plan includes revenue allocation financing provisions , approve the publication of the summary, and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. , / RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTIO une 28 , 2018 2$,2019 COUNCIL PACKET OCTOBER 24, 2019 llf .;tJ~t ,u-t -L! i:ri- µ e u-tlv ~ .ke ~-RJ O % 137 of 276 ORDINANCE NO. AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF McCALL, IDAHO, APPROVING THE URBAN RENEW AL PLAN FOR THE DOWNTOWN WEST URBAN RENEWAL PROJECT, WHICH PLAN INCLUDES REVENUE ALLOCATION FINANCING PROVISIONS; AUTHORIZING THE CITY CLERK TO TRANSMIT A COPY OF THIS ORDINANCE AND OTHER REQUIRED INFORMATION TO COUNTY AND STATE OFFICIALS AND OTHER TAXING ENTITIES; PROVIDING SEVERABILITY, CODIFICATION, PUBLICATION BY SUMMARY; AND ESTABLISHING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. WHEREAS , the City Council ("City Council ") of the city of McCall ("City"), by Res · 1"ea~ise-Ji01· !!t=ll'Ft•~::@iiry therefore , for the pu , Chapter 20 , Title 50 , Idaho Code , as amended (the "Law"), created an urban renewal agency pursuant to the Law, authorizing the Agency to transact business and exercise the powers granted by the Law and the Local Economic Development Act, Chapter 29 , Title 50 , Idaho Code, as amended (the "Act") upon making the findings of necessity required for creating the Urban Renewal Agency of the city of McCall , also known as the McCall Redevelopment Agency (the "Agency"); WHEREAS , the Mayor has duly appointed the Board of Commissioners of the Agency (the "Agency Board "), which appointment was confirmed by the City Council; WHEREAS , the City Council , after notice duly published , conducted a public hearing on the 1990 Urban Renewal Plan for the Railroad Avenue Area (the "Railroad Avenue Plan"); WHEREAS , following said public hearing the City Council adopted its Ordinance No. 578 on December 13 , 1990 , approving the Railroad Avenue Plan and making certain findings ; WHEREAS , in 2006 , pursuant to Section 900 of the Railroad Avenue Plan, the Agency prepared the 2006 Updated Urban Renewal Plan (the "Amended Railroad Avenue Plan"); WHEREAS , after making certain findings , the Agency Board adopted the Amended Railroad Avenue Plan by resolution; th ORDINANCE - 1 COUNCIL PACKET 138 of276 OCTOBER 24 , 2019 WHEREAS , Idaho Code Section 50-2906, also requires that in order to adopt an urban renewal plan containing a revenue allocation financing provision , th · d ~f in f c.h::pJ:an::rs=i WHEREAS, based on inquiries and information presented, the Agency commenced certain discussions concerning examination of an area a ~~lmJ~~-.t:4:):f-aa...uJa:l mg th, encompassing the commercially zoned Street to Deinhard Lane . The geographic area stud ied is L .. u .v-rr. ea"; which WHEREAS, pursuant to Idaho Code §§ 50-2018(9) and 50-2903(8), which define a deteriorating area and a d~et~eIJril£lO~r~&Uu:.\tJUWIJJY-.QI..tru~::iru1Woo~w~~~l.t)J~~~r-u.s1100 WHEREAS , the Ci esolutio o. 18-14 , date un Q8, 2018, eclared th tud)! Area dessribed i__o the eport to be a deteriorate area det~riorating area as defined by hapters 20 and 29 of T itl e 50, Idaho Code, as amended, that such area is appropriate for an ORDINANCE -2 ---- COUNCIL PACKET OCTOBER 24, 2 019 ri,v,'f'-cJ . vir'\ 1'v " te~\'° 139 of276 urban rnnewal project and directed the Agenc y. o commence preparation of a urban ene al pla for the area designated ; WHEREAS, the Act au ... th ... o_n_·za;=,;es ..... -;:;..--agencies t a€i0p1i r-0-venu lfo n financin ir · :i0ns as pa oftheir--urban WHEREAS, in order to implement the prov ision s of the Act and the Law, either the Agency may prepare a plan or any person , public or private, may submit s uch plan to the Agency; WHEREAS, the A enc~ 12regar:e projlQS.._eJ LI.man ene o the £>ownto W enewa ro·ect the "Downtown West Plan ") and the urban renewal area referred to as the Downtow WesLProject ea ("Project Area" or "Revenue Allocation Area") for the area designated as eligible for urban rene wal planning; f-)ot>JvtiuZNI"' l>Jtrl --:Pro-)~ J WHEREAS, the area included in the Downtown West Project Area is smaller than the Study Area assessed in the Report; WHEREAS, the Downtown West Plan also contains the rovisions of revenue allocatioJ;l fina as allowed by the Act; WHEREAS, the Mayor and City Clerk have taken the neces sary action to proces s the Downtown West Plan; WHEREAS, notice of the public hearing of the Downtown West Plan was caused t o be pub li shed by the City Clerk of McCall , Idaho , in its official newspaper the Star-News, on ~Sep\e mber 19 and October 3, 2019, a copy of said notice being attached hereto as E xhibit 2; otrf ~ p WHEREAS, on or before Sept , 49, D01 to e la submi r \q~ . f»7f affoct-e ing ,:entitie s, availaale' te th ub~ and nde OJ) ideratio by the j ~v,. ~ . ( uncw ( t. c) \'i' t' ~J..'~t WHEREAS, the City Council, during its regular meeting of October 24, 2019, held the i '('\, ll ORDINANCE - 3 COUNCIL PA CKET 140 of276 OCTOBER 24, 20 19 public hearing as noticed; WHEREAS, as required by Idaho Code §§ 50-2905 and 50-2906, the o mtow est c ntain: the 1 win · orrnatio ith specili · ·-c11 as ma e a:i ailabt to h .e general pnbli and all taxing districts prior to the publ-i hear-iug on 0ctober z4, Q 9, the regular meeting of the City Council , at least thirty (30) days but no more than sixty (60) days prior to the date set for final reading of the ordinance: (1) statemen describing he total ~ses~d valuaf on he base assessment roll of the revenue allocation area and the total assessed valuation of all axable property within the municipality; (2) the kind, number, and location of all proposed ublic works or improvements within the revenue allocation area; (3) an economic feasibility tudy; (4) a detailed list of estimated project costs; (5) a fi cea · pad statement showjng the iIT\}!act of the revenue allocation area, boJh unti and after the bonds, notes a d/or other o Ii ations are repaid, upon all taxing districts levying taxes upon property in the revenue allo ation area; (6) a clescription of the methods of financing ~II timated project costs and the time when related costs or mo ag.; ob!i ations are to incurred; (7) a erminatio date for the plan and the evenue 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; and (8) escliption o the disp@tio o retention of an ):l ssets 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 (!od<.J ~~ .{L,u::. V'-C J f~ shall have resources other than revenue allocation funds to operate and manage such assets; c__ t?-f f~pf"c ~ ~ '- WHEREAS , the Downtown West Plan authori:res certain projeets t0 be firnrnced by l'Lirh L-< re:i enue alJocatiQn bonds~ or . loans, and proceeds from revenue allocatiofi' WHEREAS , a J:)fi oti:ee of the Downtown West Plan and revenue allocation provision contained therein has been given to the taxing districts and to the public as required by Idaho Code §§ 50-2008 and 50-2906; WHEREAS , it i ,e n £OW:,( ~~~~ ~ ~ alleeatien will help fmance urban renewal projects to be completed · accordance with he pr I ii owntown West Plan, in orde to: (1) encouras.e private developm nt in the urban renewal area; (111J' (2) to revent and arrest decay of the Downtown West Project Area due to the inability of f { .e Jt!-~ existing financing metho s to provide needed public improvements; (3) to encourage taxing ~?Jyt'tif- districts to cooperate in the allocation of future tax revenues arising in the Downtown West cJ Project Area in order to facilitate the long-term growth of ·their common tax base ; (4) to 2~ encourage the long-term growth of their common tax base ; (5) to encourage private investment frt 0: 1_. __ within the City ; and (6) to further the public purposes of the Agency ; {!/1.#~~, 1nC,,..1 WHEREAS , the City Council finds that the equalized assessed valuation of the taxable property in the Downtown West Project Area is likel y to increase , and continue to increase, as a result of initiation and continuation of urban renewal projects in accordance with the Downtown West Plan; WHEREAS , under the Law and Act any such plan should provide for : (1) a feasible ORDINANCE -4 COUNCIL PACKET 141 of276 OCTOBER 24 , 2019 r ~J"\ WHEREAS , if the urban renewal area consists of an area of open land to be acquired by ~ () the urban renewal agency , such area shall not be so acquireciunless (1) if it is to be develo ed for e (J residential uses , the local governing body sha1l determine that a shortage of housing of sauna ....f\. t /I tandards and desig iii-ch · e " nt, safe and sanitary exists .in the munici a 1ty; t at t e need ~ or housing accommodations has been or w11lbe increased as a result of the clearance of slums m X' t other areas; that the conditions of blight in the area and the shortage of decent, safe , and sanitary ()Ci \v( ho sing cause or contribute to an increase in and spread of disease and crime and constitute a \' ~\ menace to the public health , safety , morals , or welfare ; and that the ac uisition of the area for K reside ia use · · t~_g 1 art of and essential to the rogra o e municipa i , or (2) i 1 11}-is to be developed for nonresidential uses , t e local governing 15ociy shall cletermine that s c y~' no residential uses are necessary and a ropriate o facilitate the proper growth and -:)/ / development of the community in accordance with so und planning standards and local / comm uni ty objectives , which acquis iti on may require the exercise of governmental action , as provided in the Law, because of defective or unusual conditions of tit le , diversity of ownership tax oelinquency , improper subdivisions , outmoded street patterns , deterioration of site, economic disuse , unsuitable topography or faulty lot layouts , the need for the corre lation of the area with other areas of a municipality by streets and modern traffic requirements , or any combination of such factors or other conditions which retard development of the area; WHEREAS , under the Act, a deteriorated area includes any area which is predominantly open and which , because of obsolete platting, diversity of ownership, deterioration of structures or improvements , or otherwise , results in economic underdevelopment of the area, or substantially impairs or arrests the sound growth of a municipality; WHEREAS , the Downtown West Project Area does not include any area which 1s predominantly open; WHEREAS , und er the Law and the Act (specifically§§ 50-2018(9) and 50-2903(8)(£)), a deteriorating area may not include an agricultural operation, as defined in Idaho Code § 22- 4502(1 ), absent the consent of the owner of the agricultural operation except for an agricul tural operation that ha s not been used for three (3) consecutive years; WHEREAS , the Downtown West Project Area does not include parcels subject to such consent; WHEREAS, the collective base assessment rolls for the Ex isting Project Area, together with the base assessment roll value of the Downtown West Project Area cannot exceed ten percent (10%) of the current assessed values of all the taxable property in the City ; ORDINANCE - 5 COUNCIL PACKET 142 of 276 OCTOBER 24 , 2019 WHEREAS , the City Council at its regular meeting held on October 24 , 2019 , considered the Downtown West Plan , as proposed , and made certain comprehensive findings . NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF McCALL : SECTION 1: It is hereby found and determined that: (a) The Downtown West Project Area, as defined in the Downtown West Plan , is a deteriorated area or a deteriorating area, as defined in the Law and the Act, and qualifies as an eligible urban renewal area under the Law and Act. (b) The rehabilitation , conservation , development and redevelopment of the urban renewal area pursuant to the Downtown West Plan are necessary in the interests of public health , safety , and welfare of the residents of the City . . I (c) There continues to be a need for the Agency to function in the City. (d) The Downtown West Plan conforms to the McCall Comprehensive Plan. (e) The Downtown West Plan gives due consideration to the provision of adequate park an recreation areas and facilities t at maY. be desiraole for neighborhood im rovemen (recognizing the mixed-use compo ents of he Downtown West P an and the need for overall publjc improvements), and shows consideration for the health, safety, and welfare of an y residents or businesses in the general vicinity of the urban renewal area covered by the Downtown West Plan. (f) The Downtown West Plan affords max imum opportunity consistent with the sound needs of the City , as a whole , for the rehabilitation , development and redevelopment of the urban renewal area by private enterprises. (g) Pursuant to Idaho Code §§ 50-2007(h) and 50-2008(d)(l), the Do ntown W.est Plan rovides a feasible etho for e ocation obligations of any displac~d fa ilies residing within the Project Area and there is not anticipated to be any activity by the Agency that would result in relocation . (h) The collective base assessment roll s for the revenue allocation areas under the Existing Project Area and the Downtown West Project Area do not exceed ten percent (10%) of the assessed values of all the taxable property in the City. (i) G) The Downtown West Plan includes the requirements set out in Idaho Code § 50- 2905 with specificity . The Downtown West Plan is sufficientl y complete to indicate such land acquisition, demolition and removal of structures , redevelopment, improvements , and rehabilitation as may be proposed to be carried out in the urban renewal area, ORDINANCE - 6 ---- COUNCIL PACKET 143 of 276 OCTOBER 24 , 2019 zoning and planning changes, if any land uses max imum densities , building requirements , and any method or methods of financing such plan, whicl'i methods may include revenue allocation financing provisions. (k) The urban renewal area, which includes the deteriorating area, as defined in Idaho Code §§ 50-2018(9) and 50-2903(8)(£), does not include any agricultural operation for which the Agency has not received a written consent, or has not been used for agricultural purposes for three (3) consecutive years. (I) The portion of the Downtown West Project Area which is identified for non- residential uses is ecessary and appropriate to facilitate the proper growth and development standards in accordance with the objectives of the McCall Comprehensive Plan to overcome economic disu se, the need for improved traffic patterns , and the need for the correlation of this area w1Th other areas of the City . (m) \) V \}~ ~({ \ ~_,t,V i e)' "0 r;y The P,Ortion of the Downtown West Project Area which is identified for residential uses is necessary and appropriate as there is a shortage of housing of sewn standards and desi which is decent, safe nd anitary in the City; th he ne d fef h0using accommodations has been or will be increased as a result of the c earance of slums in other areas; that the conditions of blight in the area and the shortage of decent, safe and sanitary housing cause or contribute to an increase in and spread of disease and crime and constitute a menace to the public health , safety, morals , or welfare; and that the acquisition of the area for residential uses is an integral part of and essential to the program of the City. tJ J.,(t SECTION 2: The City Council finds that the Downtown West Project Area t ~ .,J e<:> e pr-edeminance of open land , th the Agency may acquire any open land within the \ t,-\ 0 pc,wntown West Project Area, and that the Downtown West Project Area is planned to be '{\ \' ~,i. developed and/or redeveloped in a manner that will _include both residential and nonresidential ~{I-' uses. Provided , however, the City Council finds that for any portions of the Downtown West (/ ~ · Project Area deemed to be "open land ," the criteria set forth in the Law and Act have been met. SECTION 3: The City Council finds that one of the Downtown West Plan objectives to increase the residential opportunity does meet the sound needs of the Ci and will r v ide housin o o unit ies in an.area Uiat ooe_s.,not now contain such opportunities, and the o rtio f the ownto:w West £.i:oject Area which is identdie or nonres1 en 1a u ses 1s necessary and appropriate to facilitate Hie proper growth and development standards in accordance with the objectives of the McCall Comprehensive Plan to overcome economic disuse , the need for improved traffic patterns, and the need for the correlation of this area with other areas of the City. SECTION 4: The Downtown West Plan , a copy of which is attached hereto and marked as Exhibit 3 and made a part hereof by attachment, be, and the same hereby is , approved. As directed by the City Council , the City Clerk and/or the Agency may make certain technical corrections or revisions in keeping with the information and testimony presented at the October 24, 2019, hearing and incorporate changes or modifications , if any. ORDINANCE -7 COUNCIL PACKET 144 of276 OCTOBER 24 , 2019 ~~~t,L ~ SECTION 5: No direct or collateral action challenging the Downtown West Plan shall be brought prior to the effective date of this Ordinance or after the elapse of thirty (30) days from and after the effective date of this Ordinance adopting the Downtown West Plan. SECTION 6: Upon the effective date of this Ordinance, the City Clerk is authorized and directed to transmit to the County Auditor and Tax Assessor of Valley County and to the appropriate officials of Valley County Board of County Commissioners , City of McCall , McCall-Donnelly School District #421, Valley County Emergency Medical , McCall Cemetery, McCall Fire, McCall Hospital , Payette Lakes Rec. Water & Sewer, Valley County Road and Bridge, and the State Tax Commission a copy of this Ordinance , a copy of the legal description of the boundaries of the Revenue Allocation Area , and a map or plat indicating the boundaries of the Project Area. SECTION 8: The City Council hereby approves and adopts the following statement ~f() 'fl t,J_ ~ policy relating to the a _Qointment of City Council members as e!):lbers of the gency's Board ("\l!'W--~ v-- of Commissioners: If any Ci Council members are appointed to e oard, they are not acting 6.-I ~,pr) in an ex officio capaci y out, rather, as private citizens who, a though they are also members of .""-" ~ .,e-. he City Council , are exercising their independent judgment as private citizens when they sit on v' """"" the Board. Except or the powers to appoint and terminate Board members and to adopt the Downtown West Plan , the City Council recognizes that it has no power to control the powers or operations of the Agency . -:Pr~ ~ :, ?r I Vt!i-~ {!_l fl .te rL.J' 1)0 '('-'~~ --~ the ~c .. i ,,_..~~=--- ~ _ eset o fie ase assessment value for the year immediately fol wing the year in which he · M,J-. moclification occurred to include the current year's equalized assessed value of the taxable .,\~{}"(' p operty in the revenue allocation area as further set forth in the Act. f SECTION 10: This Ordinance shall be in full force and effect immediately upon its passage, approval , and publication and shall be retroactive to January 1, 2019, to the extent permitted by the Act. SECTION 11: The provisions of this Ordinance are severable, and if any provision of this Ordinance or the application of such provision to any person or circumstance is declared invalid for any reason, such declaration shall not affect the validity of remaini~g portions of this Ordinance. SECTION 12: The Summary of this Ordinance, a copy of which is attached hereto as Exhibit 4, is hereby approved. SECTION 13: All ordinances , resolutions , orders or parts thereof in conflict herewith are ORDINANCE - 8 COUNCIL PACKET 145 of276 OCTOBER 24 , 2019 hereby repealed , rescinded and annulled. SECTION 14: Savings Clause . This Ordinance does not affect an action or proceeding commenced or right accrued before this Ordinance takes effect. PASSED AND APPROVED BY THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF McCALL , IDAHO , THIS DAY OF OCTOB ER 2019 Mayor Jackie Aymon ATTEST: BessieJo Wagner, City Clerk ORDINANCE -9 CO UNCIL PACKET 146 of 276 OCTOBER 24, 2019 E xhibit 1 A RESOLUTION OF THE PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION FOR THE CITY OF MCCALL, IDAHO, VALIDATING CONFORMITY OF THE URBAN RENEW AL PLAN FOR THE DOWNTOWN WEST URBAN RENEW AL PROJECT WITH THE CITY OF MCCALL'S COMPREHENSIVE PLAN CO UNCIL PACKET OCTO BER 24, 2019 147 of276 RESOLUTION NO. 2.-2019 BY THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF THE URBAN RENEW AL AGENCY OF THE CITY OF McCALL, IDAHO: A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF THE URBAN RENEW AL AGENCY OF THE CITY OF McCALL, IDAHO, ALSO KNOWN AS THE McCALL REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY , RECOMMENDING AND ADOPTING THE URBAN RENEW AL PLAN FOR THE DOWNTOWN WEST URBAN RENEW AL PROJECT, WHICH PLAN INCLUDES REVENUE ALLOCATION FINANCING PROVISIONS ; AUTHORIZING AND DIRECTING THE CHAIR OR VICE-CHAIR OF THE AGENCY , OR THE AGENCY ADMINISTRATOR, TO TAKE APPROPRIATE ACTION; AUTHORIZING AND DIRECTING THE AGENCY ADMINISTRATOR AND SECRETARY OF THE AGENCY TO MAKE CERTAIN TECHNICAL CHANGES; PROVIDING FOR THIS RESOLUTION TO BE EFFEC'FIVE UPON ITS PASSAGE AND APPROVAL; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DA TE. THIS RESOLUTION, made on the date hereinafter set forth by the Urban Renewal Agency of the city of McCall , Idaho , also known as the McCall Redevelopment Agency , an independent public body, corporate and politic, authorized under the authority of the Idaho Urban Renewal Law of 1965, Chapter 20, Title 50, Idaho Code, as amended (the "Law"), and the Local Economic Development Act, Chapter 29, Title 50, Idaho Code, as amended (the "Act"), a duly created and functioning urban renewal agency for McCall, Idaho, hereinafter referred to as the "Agency." WHEREAS , the City Council ("City Council") of the city of McCall, Idaho (the "City") by Resolution No. 6-90, adopted May 10 , 1990, found that deteriorating areas exist in the City, therefore, for the purposes of the Law, created an urban renewal agency pursuant to the Law, authorizing the Agency to transact business and exercise the powers granted by the Law and Act upon making the findings of necessity required for creating said Agency; WHEREAS , the Mayor has dulY. appointed the Board of Commissioners of the Agency (the "Agency Board"), w ich appointment was confirmed by the City Council; WHEREAS, the City Council, after notice duly published , c ducted a public hearing n the 1990 Urban Renewal Plan for the Railroad Avenue Area (the "Railroad Avenue 1an"); WHEREAS, following said publi c hearing the City Council adopted its Ordinance No. 578 on December 13, 1990, approving the Railroad Avenue Plan and making certain findings; ~~~R~-_k_-2019 -1 148 of276 OCTOBER 24, 20 19 WHEREAS, the City Council, after notice duly published, co ndu cted a p blic hearin on the 2006 Updated Urban Renewal Plan (the "Amended R ailro ad Ave nue Plan"); WHEREAS, following said public hearing the City Council adopted its Ordinance_ on October_, 2006, approving the Amended Railroad A ve nue Plan and making certain findings; WHEREAS, the Railroad A venue Plan, as amended, and its project area is referred to as the Existing Project Area; WHEREAS, pursuant to Idaho Code Section 50-2008, an u ban renew roject ma not e lanned a initiated unless the local governing body as, 'j, esolution, determ ined such area to be a deteriorated area or aetenorating area , or combination thereof, and designated such area as appropriate for an urban renewal project; WHEREAS, Idaho Code Section 50-2906, also requires that in order to adopt an urban renewal plan containing a revenue allocation financing provision, the loc 1 governing body mu st make a finding or determination that the area included in such plan is a deteriorated area or deteriorating area; WHEREAS , based on inquiries and information presented, the Agency commenced certain discussion s concerning examination of an additional area as appropriate for an urban renewal project ; WHEREAS, in 2018 , the Agency authorized Kushlan Associates, to commence an eligibility study and preparation of an eligibility report concerning an area located generally in the City's central business district and extending south, encompassing the commercially zoned properties on both sides of 3rd Street to Deinhard Lane . The geographic area studied is commonly referred to as the "Study Area"; WHEREAS , the Agency obtained the Eligibility Report , dated June 2018 (the "Report"), which examined the Study Area for the purp ose of determining whether such area was a deteriorating area and/or a deteriorated area as defined by Idaho Code Sections 50-2018(9) and 50-2903(8); WHEREAS, pursuant to Idaho Code§§ 50-2018 (9) and 50-2903(8), which define a deteriorating area and a deteriorated area , many of the conditions necessary to be prese nt in s uch an area are found in the Study Area; WHEREAS, the effects of the listed co ndition s ci ted in the Report result in economic underdevelopment of the area, substant1 ly impairs or arrests the sou nd rowth of a '!1"ffln-tcipalft , n tittttes an ee5nem1 i-al fabi:ltt , menace to the public heath , safe , rnora s, or welfare in tis present condition or use ; WHEREAS , the Agency Board, on June 19 , 2018 , adopted Resolution No . 01 -2018 accepting the Report and authorized the Agency Chair to transmit the Report to the City Council ~j~~-_-2019 -2 OCTOBER 24, 2019 149 of276 requesting its consideration for designation of an urban renewal area and requesting the City Council to direct the Agency to prepare an urban renewal plan for the Study Area, which plan may include a revenue allocation area as allowed by the Act; WHEREAS, the City Council, by Resolution No. 18-14, dated June 28, 2018, declared the Study Area described m tfie eport to be a deteriorated area or a deteriorating area as defined 5y,€hapters 20 and 29 of Title 50, Idaho Code, as amended, that such area is appropriate for an u ban renewal project and directed the Agency to commence preparation of an urban renewal plan for the area designated; WHEREAS, the Agency has embarked on an urban renewal project referred to as the Urban Renewal Plan for the D ow ntown West Urban Renew~! Project ("Downtown West Plan ") to redevelop a portion of the City, pursuant to the Law and the Act , as amended; WHEREAS, the Downtown West Plan proposes to create an urban renewal area commonly known as the Downtown West Project Area, which area is shown on the Project Area and Revenue Allocation Boundary Map and generally described in the Description of the Project Area and Revenue Allocation Area, which are attached to the Downtown West Plan as Attachments 1 and 2 respectively; WHEREAS , the area included in the Downtown West Project Area is smaller than the Study Area assessed in the Report; WHEREAS, in order to implement the provisions of the Act and the Law either the Agency may prepare a plan , or any person , public or private, may submit such plan to the Agency; WHEREAS, the Agency has prepared the proposed Downtown West Plan for the area previously designated as eligible for urban renewal planning; WHEREAS, the Act authorizes the Agency to adopt revenue allocation financing provisions as part of an urban renewal plan ; WHEREAS, the Downtown West Plan also contains provi sio ns of revenue allocation financing as allowed by the Act; WHEREAS, in order to implement the provisions of the Law and the Act, the Agency shall prepare and adopt the Downtown West Plan and submit the Downtown West Plan and recommendation for approval thereof to the City; WHEREAS, as required by the Law and the Act, the Agency has reviewed the information within the Downtown West Plan concerning the use of revenue allocation funds and approved such information and considered the Downtown West Plan at its meeting on August 19 , 2019; ~OOMJ'p~. _ -2019 -3 OCTOBER 24 , 20 19 150of276 WHEREAS, the Agency Board, at several Agency Board meetings and joint work sessions with the City Council uring 2019, has considered public improvements related to the Downtown West Project Area ; WHEREAS, the Downtown West Plan will be tendered to the Planning and Zoning Commission and to the City for their consideration and review as required by the Law and the Act; WHEREAS, under the Act, the Downtown West Plan shall include with specificity the following: (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 in the revenue allocation area; and (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 Idaho Code § 50-2903(20); and (8) a description of the disposition or retention of any assets of the agency upon the termination date; WHEREAS, it is necessary and in the best interests of the citizens of the City to recommend approval of the Downtown West Plan and to adopt, as part of the Downtown West Plan, revenue allocation financing provisions that will help finance urban renewal projects to be completed in accordance with the Downtown West Plan in order to (1) encourage pri ate development in the urban renewal area ; (2) to prevent and arrest decay of the Downtown West · roject Area due to the inability of existing mancing methods to provide needed public i provements ; (3) to encourage taxing districts to cooperate in the allocation of future tax revenues arising in the Downtown West Project Area in order to facilitate the long-term growth of their common tax base; (4) to encourage the long-term growth of their common tax base ; (5) to encourage private investment witbin the city and (6) to further the public purposes of the Agency ; WHEREAS, the Agency Board finds that the equalized assessed valuation of the taxable property in the revenue allocation area described in Attachments 1 and 2 of the Downtown West Plan is likely to increase as a result of initiation of urban renewal projects in accordance with the Downtown West Plan ; WHEREAS , under the Law and Act, any such plan should provide for (1) a feasible method for the location of families who will be displaced from the urban renewal area in decent, safe and sanitary dwelling accommodations within their means and without undue hardship to such families; (2) the urt:i ewal Ian should conform to the general plan of the municipality as a whole; (3) the urban renewal plan shou1 give due consideration to tfie prov1 s10 n of adequate park and recreational areas and facilities that may be de si rable for neighborhood improvement, with special consideration for the health , safety and welfare of the children residing in the general vicinity of the site covered by the plan ; and ( 4) the urban renewal plan should afford ~Jl~._-2019-4 OC TO BER 24, 20 19 151 of276 maximum opportunity, consistent with the sound needs of the municipality as a whole, for the rehabilitation or redevelopment of the urb an renewal area by private enterprise; WHEREAS, if the urban renewal area consists of an area of open land to be acquired by the urban renewal agency, such area shall not be so acquired unless (1) if it is to be developed for residential uses, the local governing body shall determine that a sho rtage of housing of sound standards and design which is decent, safe and sanitary exists in the municipality; that the need for housing accommodations has been or will be increased as a result of the clearance of slums in other areas; that the conditions of blight in the area and the shortage of decent, safe and sanitary housing cause or contribute to an increase in and spread of disease and crime and constitute a menace to the public health , safety, morals, or welfare; and that the acquisition of the area for residential uses is an integral part of and essential to the program of the municipality , or (2) if it is to be developed for nonresidential uses , the local governing body shall determine that such nonresidential uses are necessary and appropriate to facilitate the proper growth and development of the community in accordance with sound planning standards and local community objectives, which acquisition may require the exercise of governmental action, as provided in this act, because of defective or unusual conditions of title, diversity of ownership, tax delinquency, improper subdivisions, outmoded street patterns , deterioration of site, economic disuse, unsuitable topography or faulty lot layouts, th e need for the correlation of the area with other areas of a municipality by streets and modern traffic requirements, or any combination of such factors or other conditions which retard development of the area; WHEREAS, the base assessment roll of the propo se d Downtown West Project Area, together with the base assessment roll values of the Existing Project Area, cannot exceed ten percent ( I 0 %) of the current assessed values of all the taxable property in the City; WHEREAS, Agency staff and consultants recommend the Agency Board accept the Downtown West Plan and forward it to th e City Council; WHEREAS, the Agency Board finds it in the best interests of the Agency and the public to formally adopt the Downtown We st Plan , as set forth in Exhibit 1 attached hereto, and to forward it to the Mayor and City Council, and recommend its adoption, subject to certain conditions. NOW, THEREFORE , BE IT RESOLVED BY THE MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF THE URBAN RENEW AL AGENCY OF THE CITY OF McCALL , IDAHO , AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. That the above statements are true and correct. Section 2 . It is her eby found and determined that the Downtown West Project Area as defined in the Downtown West Plan is a deteriorated area or a deteriorating area as defined in the Law and the Act and qualifies as an eligible urban renewal area under the Law . ~o~l~-~-2019-5 OCTOBER 24 , 2019 152of276 Section 3. That the Agency specifically adopts the Downtown West Plan along with any changes discussed at the August 19, 2019, Agency Board meeting , including but not limited to confirmation of levy rates, impacted taxing districts , updated list of projects, estimated location or siting of improvements, updated map or legal description and any modifications to the financial analysis previously prepared by Agency consultant, Phil Kushlan , Kushlan Associates. Section 4. That the Agency recommends that the Downtown West Plan, a copy of which is attached hereto as Exhibit 1, and incorporated herein by reference, be adopted by the City Council, including those sections, modifications, or text, or replacement of attachments as discussed at the August 19, 2019 , Agency Board meeting . Section 5. That this Resolution constitutes the necessary action of the Agency under the Act, Idaho Code§ 50-2905 , recommending approval by the City and that the Downtown West Plan includes with specificity the following: (1) a statement describing the total assessed valuation of the base assessment roll of the revenue allocation area and the total assess ed 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 in the revenue allocation area; and (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 Idaho Code§ 50-2903 (2 0); and (8) a description of the disposition or retention of any assets of the agency upon the termination date. Section 6. (a) (b) (c) (d) It is hereby found and determined that: The Downtown West Plan gives due consideration to the provision of adequate park and recreation areas and facilities that may be desirable for neighborhood improvement (recognizing the commercial and mixed-use components of the Downtown West Plan and the need for public improvements), and shows consideration for the health , safety, and welfare of any residents or businesses in the general vicinity of the Downtown West Project Area covered by the Downtown West Plan . The Downtown West Plan affords maximum opportunity consistent with the sound needs of the City as a whole for the rehabilitation , development and redevelopment of the Project Area by private enterprises. The Downtown West Plan provides a feasible method for relocation of any displaced families residing within the Downtown West Project Area. The portion of the Downtown West Project Area which is identified for residential uses is necessary and appropriate as there is a shortage of ~ii~-_ -2019 -6 OCTOBER 24 , 2 019 153 of276 housing of sound standards and design which is decent , safe and sanitary in the City; that the need for hou si ng accommodations has been or will be increased as a result oft e c earance of slums in other areas; tfiat the conditions of blight in the area and the shortage of ecent, safe c!nd sanitary housing cause or contribute to an increase in and spread of disease md crime and constitute a menace to the pubhc health , safety, morals, or welfare; and that the acquisition of the area of residential uses is an integral part of and essential to the program of the City. (e) The portion of the Downtown West Project Area which is identified for non-residential uses is necessary and appropriate to facilitate the proper growth and development standards in ccordance with the objectives of the Comprehensive Plan to overcome economic disuse, the need.for improved traffic patterns and the need for the correlation of this area with othe areas of the City. (f) The base assessment roll of the proposed Downtown West Project Area, together with the base assessment roll values of the Existing Project Area, do not exceed ten percent ( 10 %) of the current assessed values of all the taxable property in the City. (g) The Downtown West Plan includes a revenue allocation pro vision and the Agency has determined that the equalized assessed valuation of the revenue allocation area will likely increase as the result of the initiation of an urban renewal project. Section 7 . That this Resolution constitutes the necessary action of the Agency under the Law , Section 50-2008, Idaho Code and the Act. Section 8. The Chair, Vice-Chair, or Agency Administrator and the Secretary of the Agency are hereby authorized and directed to take all steps nece ssary and convenient to submit the proposed Downtown West Plan for approval by the City Council, including but not limited to the preparation of the notice of public hearing on adoption of the revenue allocation financing provisions by the City and submittal of the Downtown West Plan to the various taxing entities as required by Idaho Code § 50-29 06. Section 9. That this Resoluti on shall be in full force and effect immediately upon its adoption and approval. R<fiBmllJ'F!<aMrbf O . OCTOBER 24 , 2019 -20 19 - 7 154 of276 PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Urban Renewal Agency of the City of McCall , Idaho , on August 19 , 2019 . Signed by the Chair of the Board of Commis sioners and attested by the Secretary to the Board of Commissioners, on thi s 19th day of Augu st 2019. APPROVED : By~ Chair of theBoard ATTEST: 4837-5917-9678, V . 1 f 1,,vi f u_: »~ h C '<-. -U t .}-tLJ_ ~j~ -V}u,y? lf +cxirvhli I Ji\.tu.J5.f1°'Jtt~ {yi_c, ... i--Lf ~ ,/.Jt-~ · /"\ (-II , . 1 .-d Ii . wcJ..--l. J~ ?f-t-t>--' It{_ ,~h .. ro--, V\-~,. /JC)/-~ p,or..w-· (>wbf u..-. 0"t-t°J'1:1 ~ - <r tJ.-,{ {Q U +r ~ ~ vi' 0,l.{orf _ ~-_-2019 -8 OCTOBER 24 , 2019 155 of 276 McCALL CITY C O UNCIL AGEND A B ILL 216 East Park Street McCall, Idaho 83638 N u m b er M eetin g D ate AB 19-220 October 24, 2018 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: D epartment Approvals McCall Redevelopment Agency (MRA) Mayor / Counci l Annual Report for the Urban Renewal District City Manager C lerk Treasurer Commun ity Development Police Department Public Works Go lf Co urse COST IMPACT: n/a Park s and Recreati o n FUNDING n/a A irp ort -SOURCE: L ib rary TIMELINE: ASAP Informat io n Systems Grant Coo rdinator SUMMARY STATEMENT: Originator Initia ls or Suvvorter <>f;ID5-r Mr ... Origin ator l Rick Fereday, Chairperso n of the McCall Redevelopment Agency (MRA), w ill present the }lQ_ard's ann a l re to Co uncilJ'o7°fne Urban Renewal District. The MRA meets on the third Tuesday every month and co nsists of (7) seve n members each serving a (3) three-year term. In 1965, the State ofldaho created the Id aho Urban Renewal Law to allow a ci!)' or county governing board ;Q designate area fo r urban re newal proj ects aimed at eliminati ng or preventing de eriorated or deteriora mg eas and developing and revitalizing und eruti lized areas . An urban renewal agency , governed by a board of comm iss ion ers appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by the City Counci l, is res ons ibl e for overseeing implementation of urb a n renewal plans that o utline the necessary rojects fo r spec ifi c areas . The McCall edeve opment Agency was formed by Resolution 6-90 on Mav 10 , 1990, and the current Urban Renewal Di strict encompasses the areas from 3rd Street run n in g along the lake shore out to Roosevelt and Davis Streets down to L ick Creek Road. RECOMMENDED ACTION: None -for inform ation o nl y. MEETING DATE CO CIL PACKET OCTOBER 24, 20 19 ACTION .b. ) lot o &a r wk, I-f<,.e_c_ ~c- u, hn-renwrvf_. REC ORD OF C OUNCIL ACTION 247 of276 BLANK PAGE COUNCIL PACKET OCTOBER 24, 2019 248 of276 1 Whtr wcGl '-\1,( ~· ~ _ ,r~ if:: J___ {"'. " ?J--'r'Yl,J { ~ -Pr r r ;at-'f McCALL CITY COUNCIL f rt vv, h4 • L ,A--c_. 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL , / ~ qcCall , Idaho 83638 (!__t1 ~~ ()-rL{_ oJ.:-(J'c.1-r-;, Number ~ AB 19-227 vne-c.. tz -:-(S /tJc__µ, ,L-. Meeting Date ff'' rP October 16, 2019 rvi:;:-+ci.l. ,Tv Sc/ /,;J r 1 'rl-f ·r' (\0. , ~Ut ~h. W -';,J AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJE l ' (T f-rw '" :-1 .ru lfr-M f--;-h-t Department Approvals Initials Orig~:ator . I i\_ ytP11 6 ~'~ lJ (l '0 }C-1---------4-----1-S=-c.uLJ.:....Co=--r=te=--r ~ Requ'estfor Approval to Submit a I._ransporta(on Treas urer Alternatives Grant application for JS' Street Pedestrian Improvements --fl=.-J .:f _7 C '2 ) r Communi Develo ment Parks and Recreation FUNDING Idaho Transportation Department Air ort SOURCE: Trans ortation Alternatives Pro ram (TAP) Library TIMELINE: Draft grant submittal deadline : , 019 . ...._I_n_fo_rm_a_t_io_n~S~s_te_m_s _ ___. __ ___. ___ _____. Final a lication deadline eb . 2 , 2020. Eco Devo Planner Originator SUMMARY STATEMENT: The Idaho Transportation Department (ITD), in conjunction with the Local Highway Technical Assistance Counci l (L THAC) ad · · te.rs ederal ant funding th.rough the Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) (formerly known as Community Choices for Idaho). The TJ\i! program provides grants un to 00 or t construction of pede,!l rian faci litie that im en n~dri e acce to public tran portatioJa , schools an . er business cepters. A local cash match of aUea t 7.34% required . The project is subject to Davis-Bacon wage requirements. uV ~'f j~U f;.( a.f{)/J,c..;), 0 vr-~ ~aj--1 vi-v-..\ OL ...__? The grant 's project comp leti on timeline (2022 or 2023) coincides with the i!Y's planned reconstruction of 1 Street as pau o hase 3B of the Downtown Core Project. Therefore, the grant request will be targeted toward construction of pedestrian infrastructure sidewalk, curb and gutter, street trees cross walks, etc.) a ong-tfie east and west sides of 1 st Street between E. Lake Street (SH55) and a k Street. un ing to extend s· wal on tlie east side of 1 st Street rom ar Street south to the community center wi ll also be proposed as bid-alternate part of the project and constructed if adequate funding is made available. T hi s wou ld provide a safe pedestrian connection between the Community Center , High School , railroad pathway, Idaho Street se arated pathway, mountain bike pump track, and skate park: to downtown core businesses, the Transit Ce nter, City services and th e Library. More informati on about the TAP grant program is avail able at: https://itd .idaho.gov//alt-programs/ RECOMMENDED ACTION: Approve submittal of a Transportation A lternatives Program grant application and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. ' RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION A I I a..t a L,<.Y rey()l,t ,;,-( fA;'4v>-PYv .Su-~;4( 0--~/1 ~f,J'v, LJ..Y'\a./Vll rt~!J,... CO CIL PACKET OCTOBER 24 , 2019 249 of 276 BLANK PAGE COUNCIL PACKET OCTOBER 24, 2019 250 of276 McCALL CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL Number Meeting Date AB 19-224 · October 24, 2019 216 East Park Street McCall, Idaho 83638 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Request Approval of the Submission of the Idaho Transportation Department -Office of Highway Safety FFY20 Traffic Enforcement Grant Project Agreement (TEGP A) . 7 W he\,\_ W ~ 11 '-fi-t jt t. r n J-t · 1 () uJ-<. 0-1--ck tk V\./1.~ k J..,. JI . COST IMPACT: $15,000.00 maximum FUNDING Idaho Transportation Departm ent -Office of SOURCE: Hi hwa Safe TIMELINE: 11 /01 /20 19 SUMMARY STATEMENT: Department Approvals Treasurer Co mmuni Develo ment Po li ce Department Public Works Go lf Course Parks and R ec reation A i ort Library Information S stem s Grant Coordinator Initials Originator or Su orter /1' :',;, Originator ==="-.,.~f~c-~hs and eJCious 1.?.-uJ-7 C ~- Approve Subm ission of the Idaho Transportation Department -Office of Highway Safety ~Y20 Traffic Enforcement Grant Project Agreement (TEGPA) app li cation and auth orize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. MEETING DATE ACTION COUNCIL PACKET OCTOBER 24 , 2019 RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION 251 of276 SHIFT shift-idaho .org IDAHO TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT OFFICE OF HIGHWAY SAFETY TRAFFIC ENFORCEMENT GRANT PROJECT AGREEMENT (TEGPA) THIS AGREEMENT for FFY 2020 is made and entered into by and between: McCall Police Department (Agency name), hereinafter referred to as "Contractor" and the Idaho Transportation Department Office of Highway Safety, hereinafte r referred to as "OHS" on this 24 day of October 2019. IT IS THE PURPOSE OF THIS AGREEMENT to provide National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), funded assistance to the Contractor, for participation in local and statewide traffic enforcement projects, as specified in the Highway Safety Plan (HSP) focus areas for the following activities: • Hig h Visib il ity Enforcement (HVE) Mobilizations • Mini-Grants for HVE • Min i-Grants for Training and Public Awareness • Mini-Grants for Traffic Enforcement Equipment THE GOAL OF THE AGREEMENT is to establish project requirements and a funding process to support the enforcement efforts by the Contractor, to reduce deaths, serious injuries, and economic loss, as part of the Highway Safety Plan (HSP). IT IS, THEREFORE, MUTUALLY AGREED THAT: 1. Contractor will conduct Traffic Enforcement Mobilizations and/or Mini-Grants in accordance with the criteria established by OHS, as established for each Mobilization and/or traffic enforcement mini -grant. A. Contractor will provide a commissioned pol ice officer (active or paid reserve) with appropriate equipment (vehicle, radar, etc.) on a paid overtime basis to enforce impaired driving, alcohol beverage control, distracted driving, aggressive driving, safety restraint, school zone violations, distracted driving, bicycle, pedestrian, motorcycle laws with emphasis as designated by OHS and/or crash problem identification. B. No reimbursed regular on-duty personnel hours or salaried positions are eligible for reimbursement. C. Necessa ry additional dispatch services overtime may be reimbursed, if requested prior to the mobili zation. 2 . Contractor and/or partnering enforcement agencies will publicize the enforcement effort t o increase effectiveness by: A . Working with media to increase the awareness of enforcement efforts; and B. Prov ide pre and post press releases, and/or social media posts, about the results of the HVE project and mobilization efforts. 3. Contractor will take a zero tolerance for unrestrained passengers and children during all COUNCIL PACKET OCTOBER 24 , 201 9 252 of276 McCALL CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL 216 East Park Street McCall, Idaho 83638 Number Meeting Date AB 19-222 October 24, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Department Approvals Convert unclaimed Found Property to City of Mavo r / Counci l McCall Parks and Recreation Department for use City Manager C lerk in the Check-Out Program Treasurer Co mmunity Development Police Department Publi c Works Golf Course COST IMPACT: N I A Parks and Recreation FUNDING N I A Airport SOURCE: Library TI MELINE: N I A Informatio n Systems Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT: Originator Initials or Suooorter .Jlt)~ fi~. Originator k'W Support T cCall Police Department has six (o und and unclaimed bicycle s and one kayak the McCall Parks and R creat'o e~<>rtrriP.n t has_r_eguestea __ Qe.Jians.Le .-.! Lu tne1r aepartmen u o.r. use_..mJne_Q}eck-Qut Progi,:~. h ·tern has been held longer than the required six-mon1n retentio n period and is ready.Ioraispos ition by auction, isposal , or conversion . Due to the va ue of the items they cannot be disposed of. The requested items are listed below: • Lifetime Tahoma Kayak, serial number IDl 7005CC • Diamondback Wildwood , ser ial number 09B0000567 • Trek 4500 , serial number WTU324C 1131 B • Specialized Rockhopper, serial number M2BZ49673 • Fuji Nevada, serial number FJ097IC0223K • Mongoose Outerlimits , serial number FSD11DT2176 • Mongoose BMX, serial number FS D16B58 22 1 Attached is the letter requesting the transfer of found prop erty to McCall Parks and Recreation. RECOMMENDED ACTION: Approve the McCall Police Department's and Parks and Recreation 's requests to convert six bicycles and one kayak to City use for the Parks and Recreation Check-Out Program. MEETING DATE COUNCIL PACKET OCTOBER 24 , 20 19 RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION ACTION 271 of276 City of McCall PARKS AND RECREATION The Parks and Recreation Department would like to request that the bicycles and kayak currently in holding at the McCall Police Department be transferred to our department inventory for use . We use and-checkout Bikes fo our youth MQuntain Bike Pr gram mi g and o r Loaner Equipment Program. The Lifetime Kayak will be a great addition to our loaner program as the program has become more popular over the last couple of years . We would also like offer the McCall community and tourists access to non-motorized water sports the Kaya will help begin this process. Additionally, the kayak will help the Recreation Department during the Mile High ile Open Water Swim event when Parks and Recreation staff must supply safety boaters for swimmers . Property for Conversion Kayak Lifetime, Tahoma, ID17005CC Bicycles Diamondback, Wildwood, 0980000567 Trek,4500, WTU324C1131B Specialized, Rock Hopper, M2BZ49673 Fugi, FJ0971C0223K Mongoose, Outer Limits, FSD11DT2176 Mongoose, BMX, FSD16b58221 Best, Kurt Wolf, Parks and Recreation Director COUNCIL PACKET O CTOB ER 24 , 201 9 272 of276 McCALL CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL Number Meeting Date AB 19-229 October 24, 2019 216 East Park Street McCall , Idaho 83638 f µb/l(; ;Jew~"'( ~1., AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: :/J~· XJ~~~ f"r-.-v7-'/)..f( r Originator Department Approvals Initials or Suooorter Request to Commence Rezone Application Process Mavor / Counc il for Public Works Property to be Zoned Civic C ity Manager ~~ ~ ac>l-w--fl~ 4 s+rrt-zo '2.d - C lerk Treasurer t -{!. ! ---fw V"" P vu JLw-""' h S1,1. Wlf'YI.-Community Development S ho V-11'\ I o'l w-I Police Department :) a'i.v . Ke c:Oo'\ -{ *"'"-\Z lf -tv On.ILL ( C )--r:i Public Works Jtf~ Originator A ~ Golf Course COST IMPACT: N I A /'c)lt\fo VYv'I h ( It{ 5°'--'/ Parks an d Recreation FUNDING N I A _, A irp ort SOURCE: c2~, (J J,--L ibrary I TIMELINE: ASAP i,JLl \.. le,-( ~ f i,,.h(l<... V\.~Ly<.j Information System s L /',-,,,{)"[)/'f,V -{ '(-(.z:Pl'I{ '"""' Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT:' ,_ l.)""1,.., As part of the FY20 Capital Improvement Plan , Publi Q_Works is conducting a Facility Master Plan for its property at 518 N. Samson Trail with the intent to implement improvements identified in tlie p an in Summer ~r 2020. The Master Plan will identify short term and lon g term essential repairs and infrastructure investment on the property nece ssary to maintain existin g structures , improve worker safety and public (i .e. ADA) access, decrease liabilities, and address current deficiencies (i .e. drainage , heated and covered storage , screening, security, parking/driveway surfacing, etc.). However, prior to the Department commencing any significant property improvements, it_is understood the affected parcel s should be rezoned from their current Residential 4 (R4) designation to Civic (C) whic IS t e appropriate designation for its use. This will allow proposed impro ve ment projects to be evaluated given the parcel a conforming use as opposed to non-conforming . Rezoning Pubic Works to Civic is also consistent with the City's comprehensive master plan. Accordingly, staff is requesting Council 's approval to begin the rezone application process. The first step is submitting the re-application application . Th' will allow staff to introduce the City's intent to rezone f!_t the November Planning and Zoning meeting. The formal rezone application w ill follow with the public hearing to approve the rezone to be heard by P&Z in January and sub sequently by City Council. ---------·-~ RECOMMENDED ACTION: Authorize staff to commence the application submittal proce ss for rezoning parcels associated with the existing Public Works Facility from current zoning to Civic and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. MEETING DATE COUNCIL PACKET OCTOBER 24, 2019 RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION ACTION 273 of276 Exiting Zoning (R4) Low Density Residential THOMPSON A VE WANDA AVE Existing Zoning WANDA AVE N Zoning Districts -Central Business District -Community Comme rcia l -Medium Density Residential RB Low Density Residential Proposed Zoning U pcoming Mee ting s Sch edul e Novem ber 7, 2019 -5 :30 pm, Legion Ha ll -Regu lar Counci l Meeting 1. Chamber Report/Monthly Department Reports/Committee Minutes 2. Idaho Power Check Presentation (Nathan) 3. SOS on Salmon/Steelhead Decline in Idaho Presentation (Shay/BessieJo) 4. Gem Air Lease (Rick) 5. Library Board Appointment (Meg) 6. Housing Code Amendments (Michelle) 7. P ublic H ea rin g for the Appeal of the P&Z Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law, tmd Decision for Applications DR-19-39, SH-19-08 (Michelle, Morgan)?? 8. PUD-15-01 McCall RV Resort Phase 2 Final Plan (Morgan)? 9. State Hwy 55 Study (Nathan) Novem ber 2 1, 2019 -5:3 0 pm , Legio n Hall -Reg ul ar Counci l Meeting 1. Work Session: Public Event Center & Boathouse Feasibility Study (Michelle /Kurt) 2. Treasurers Month ly Report (Linda) Consent 3. Histor ic Preservation Commission Annual Report (Delta) 4. Resolution to Ratify the Election Results (BessieJo) 5. RAP ID Updated Time line (Chris) November 22, 2019 -9:00 am -11 :00 Leg ion Hall - 1. Library design team Presentation (Meg) December 5, 20 19 -5 :30 pm , Legion Hall -Regular Counci l Meeti ng 1. Chamber Report/Monthly Department Reports/Committee Minutes 2. Approval of 3% Local Option Tax Funding Contracts (BessieJo) 3. City Manager Evaluation Process Decem ber 19, 2019 -5:30 p m, Legion Hal l -Regu lar Counci l 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 - 1. Janu ary 9, 2020 -5:30 pm, Legio n Hall -Regular Co un cil Meeti ng 1. Chamber Report/ Monthly Department Reports/Committee Minutes 2. Oaths of Office -Installation of newly elected City Council Members and the Election of Mayor and Council President (Bessie Jo) 3. Winter Carnival 2020 Event Summary and Request for Approval of the Fireworks Disp lay (BessieJo) 4. Resolution Designating the newly appointed Mayor and Council President as Signatories on the City of McCall 's Bank Accounts (Linda & BessieJo) 5. Assignment of Council Liaison Duties 2020 (BessieJo) 6. Resolution to Adopt McCall City Council Meeting Schedule for 2020 7. Executive Session for City Manager Evaluation COUNCIL PACKET OCTOBER 24, 2019 1 275 of276 January 23, 2020 -5:30 pm , Legion Hall -Reg ular Council Meeting 1. Work Session: 2. Treasurers Monthly Report (Linda) Consent 3. Treasurer's Quarterly Report as Required by I C 50-208 (Linda) Consent 4. Airport Advisory Committee Annual Report January , 2020 -9:00 am -3 :00 pm TBD -Retreat? 1. Annual Department R eports To be Scheduled: 1. MCC Title 6 Re-write (Natha n Stewart) 2. Public Hearing -Public Works Fee Schedule Changes 3. R ecords Retentio n Policy update (Bessie Jo ) 4. Investment Policy update (Linda) 5. Continuous Billing Code Amendment First Touch (Linda) 6. Library Bond (Meg) 7. PUBLIC HEARING: 2018 A ll 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 (Bessie Jo) 11. Housing Advisory Committee Creation 12 . Credit Card Fees Discussion (Chris & Linda) COUNCIL PACKET OCTOBER 24 , 2019 276 of276 2 HORROCKS ----11i11---- N G l NE RS 2775 W. Nav ig ator Dr., Ste . 210 Meridian . ID 83642 208 -895-2520 www .horrocks .com From: Scott Duffin & David Triplett ----Date: December 18, 2019 Memorandum Subject: McCall Public Utilities Master Plan -Findings and Points for Discussion To the City Council, The Master Planning process for the McCall Public Utilities facilities has progressed well and established a number of findings and needs. In order to compete the Master Plan, it is important that the City Council understand the findings and the operational and cost impacts, and provide guidance as to the final direction of the Master Plan in response to City policy . In support of the discussion to be held in the work session on 18 December 2019, the following printed items are provided herein . 1. Narrative of Master Plan findings and recommendations. 2. Site plan showing the existing site and improvements . 3. Site plan showing one of several potential strategies to further develop the site in support of the Department's operational needs , both immediate and long-term. 4 . A Cost Planning Matrix showing the budget amounts associated with each item of work recommended. f . A Functional Needs Matrix documenting the basis for the recommended work items. The Master Plan is based on and will contain full documentation of the findings and rationale for each item of work. This information is available as needed, but is not included in this packet . 1 INTRODUCTION City of McCall has contracted with Horrocks Engineers and CRSA to provide a Master Plan for the Public Works Department (PWD) facilities: 1) 2) 3) 4) 15) 6) Investigate and document existing conditions at the PWD North Samson Trail facilities. Document existing and future operational needs relating to physical facilities for: a) PWD administration. b) c) d) Streets Department. Water Department. Future Fiber-Optic Utility. Evaluate existing site and physical facilities on North Sampson Trail against current and future needs. Identify and prioritize repairs, improvements, and new construction relative to life safety, code compliance, current operational needs, and anticipated future operational needs. Provide a budget projection for the identified repairs, improvements, and new construction. Develop a conceptual approach to executing the identified repairs, improvements, and new construction assuming multiple, incremental projects over a period of years. ll McCall Public Works -Master P l an Findings EXISTING CONDITIONS -FIRST PRIORITY 1) The existing site and facilities can provide substantially better utility and efficiency if more fully developed in a carefully coordinated fashion. ($u..L~ _ ~~ t ~v& td/· 2) The existing shop/ office building requires substantial improvements in order to provide a safe anq. efficient workspace for staff and personnel. e5 5.e;,"h~' vie,J :> (.$'' St+c u' f v,...f u.,L:J [,{.f~. ~pr(tl/-1 e Hice eJ ' [~ ~.--1 JP~ 3) There are several issues of immediate concern regarding code compliance and life safety: X a) General ventilation in the _vehicle sho s and exhaust collection, extraction, and \"f-r make-up air. j~v--vr ~ r-bi--rer--'1 , \;.fr ~ . b) Welding fume collection and extraction in the shops. t'~vlr? c) Fresh air in offices HVAC vli 4) There are less-urgent, but important issues relating to life safety, code compliance, and continuing functionality: xa) b) c) d) Jfe) Provide ADA accessible parking and accessible path to the main building entry. Make at least one restroom ADA accessible. . /U t>4 ~ Replace water distribution piping throughout building. ~-1r (Jj-~< /u,_,.,_ Replace sanitary sewer piping throughout building. -~ e,t-.k-lkr--Ftoor ~ h .J-J.:, (;I. ._ l cf_ (.,) ,,-Provide structural seismic upgrade to entire building. ._ 1 't-s-e 1s me<-(,,>' -< ( / t--rJ.-{ P'i h1Jvs -5~ P+ u-t-9~'1 ~ ~ \lh~.., u,-' lYV\ ' ~ - ~Lv,r,< ~ -I bv"l H4( J?{,UliLrt/ >. 2I McCall Public Works -Master Plan Find i ngs I J tft,tJ.k ti~ Cw-b~ -h-tJ ti-., 3 lvvf-*yYh - EXISTING OPERATIONAL NEEDS 1) Undertake foundational tasks needed to carry out a coordinated, long-term program of incremental improvements to meet operational needs: ~ , l-1 . J a) Conduct a Phase I Environmental Survey. 1_ wkk-(J (Y\, ·--u·-<. ~ , b) Re-zone from R-4 to Civic to accommodate improvements and/or expansion. -lvt or-d{r -h c) Perform a Record of Survey to combine parcels. v-:/ Jr~ · ~d) Develop a master grading and drainage plan for the site. -VJ.,'i,ti.,Sk,,..--(lr-~J~ 4-r ~.4--- Re-grade for drainage and pave existing fenced yard, 20,000 SF. -~cl Ir-fvtov ,1 V) -c < £vi } ~-< r tut> Jo 2) i ,<':Ai 3) Extend fence to encompass most, if not all of the existing property boundary, 1,000 LF. t l "'--t.. (/ / i< <..J-- 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) Install security lighting in expanded site enclosure, 60,000 SF. Resolve neighbor's driveway across south-west corner of property. Provide 3-phase electrical service and consolidate to a single service for the property. 111--1--r Construct vehicle wash bay, including upgrading water service, 1,000 SF. ,-51) ~ut" pr-t.Jl11J..,,/) ll'l \ S"-fw-'• frqptr~' )J {l} -{,, w~"-e1u.f1!)#,,~ Construct additional covered, unheated storage, in increments of approximately 2,250 SF, or 5-bays per increment. (15 bays or 1/2 of total projected need, in 3 projects, 6,750 SF.) Install new, overhead-style water truck fill station with accessory hose and meter. 3I McCall Public Wo r ks -Master Plan F i nding s EXISTING OPERATIONAL NEEDS -CONTINUED 10) Demolish southerly portion of existing vehicle shops and construct one large shop bay and additional open shop space and storage, approximately 2,200 SF. 11) Construct 1,500 SF of enclosed and heated storage for selected items of equipment. (1/2 of projected need. May require relocation of sewer main depending upon phasing and location.) 12) Construct or reassign space for potential Fiber-Optic Utility. Initial need for 2,500 SF, including 150 SF of office and 2,000-2,350 SF of enclosed, unheated storage. (Could be off- site.) 13) Up-size or add propane tanks to serve new heated facilities. Locate to allow fill access when gates are closed. d }v r h~) Ci rvf. --/uo ~ ../-Q_tV,\Y"I vi--d.-C£() r}',.(J cl~ .e;; lA.-l-y'~ Or1c ,;/.Jy htvt ~ ~v?"-~ot:..-{~<-,, eJu<-1~e~ 0-fu.e,lcr(l f-l'' vVJ-&.f.t,... '"!~ 4I McCall Public Works -Master P l an Findings IMPROVEMENTS TO MEET LONG-TERM WANTS AND NEEDS 1) Construct 1,500 SF additional enclosed and heated storage for selected items of equipment. (1/2 of projected need.) 2) Construct additional covered, unheated storage, in increments of approximately 2,250 SF, or 5-bays per increment. (15 additional bays or second 1/2 of total projected need, in 3 projects.) 3) Construct enclosed, heated sign shop adjacent to sign storage (assumed to be in a new, unheated storage bay). 4) Construct facilities for Water Department shops and storage, 4,300 SF. Part or all of this might be off-site. Demolish existing Water Department storage shed. 5) Demolish existing administrative offices and construct new office building, 3,000 SF. New building could be on-or off-site. 6) Demolish balance of existing vehicle shops and construct new, expanded shops with storage, 4,000 SF. 7) Upgrade and expand site storm drainage, 66,000 SF, including developing retention. 8) Re-grade for drainage and pave balance of site, 40,000 SF. 9) Provide additional paved staff and public parking, 6,000 SF. SI McCall Public Works -Master P l an Findings IMPROVEMENTS TO MEET LONG-TERM WANTS AND NEEDS -CONT. 10) Provide looped fire line and hydrants throughout site, 600-900 LF. 11) Develop dumpster/recycling drop station, 600-1,000 SF. 12) Miscellaneous site development and landscaping, 6,000 SF. 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CONCEPT SITE DEVELO PME NT PLAN City of McCall Public Works -Cost Planning Matrix 12/18/2019 BUDGET ESTIMATE ITEM ID DESCRIPTION AREA (SF) LOW HIGH NOTES EXISTING CONDITIONS -FIRST PRIORITY 3a General ventilation in the vehicle 3932 $85,000 $100,000 Existing condition is a risk to shops and exhaust collection, the mechanic and does not extraction, and make-up air. meet current life safety code requirements . 3b Welding fume collection and $2,500 $5,000 Assume a portable filter unit extraction/filtration in shops. that can be moved and placed as needed . 3c Upgrade HVAC in administration 1,842 $75,000 $85,000 Many complaints and concerns spaces to provided code-required regarding indoor air quality. fresh air. 4a Provide ADA accessible parking $8,000 $10,000 No existing accessible route to and accessible path to the main building from any parking area. building entry. 4b Modify at least one existing $8,000 $12,000 Meeting minimal accessibility restroom to make it ADA requirements is highly accessible. desirable in a public facility. Cost Planning Matrix -For Review Only -18 Dec. 2019 (Page 1 of 7) ITEM ID DESCRIPTION 8 Re-grade balance of site per drainage master plan and pave . 9 Provide additional paved staff and publ i c parking. 10 Provide looped fire line and hydrants throughout site. 11 Develop dumpster/recycling drop stat ion . AREA (SF) 40 ,000 6,000 600-900 LF 700 12 Miscellaneous site improvements 6,000 and landscaping. BUDGET ESTIMATE LOW HIGH $75,000 $80,000 $12,000 $15 ,000 $50,000 $60,000 $14,000 $17,000 $18,000 $2 1,000 NOTES Individual building pads could be constructed without this work, but site needs to drain in o rder to be operationally useful. Existing parking will be displaced by street improvements. Access to fire hydrants will be essential for new const r uctio n. Th is work is highly dependent upon other i ndivi dual projects, and scope and cost could vary significantly. Cost Planning Matrix -For Review Only -18 Dec. 2019 (Page 6 of 7) COST MATRIX SUMMARY Budget for immediate life safety and Code needs: Budget for operational needs : Budget for mid -term and long-term needs: Total for all antici pated work (in 2019 dollars): Average annual budget over 15 years (in 2019 dollars): BUDGET ESTIMATE LOW £l~ - $573 ,500 $1,390,000 $2,924,000 ~500 $239,700 HIGH $657,000 $1,683,000 $3,498,000 $5,838,000 $285 ,000 tt~wv · :=) /\-(}.//>lt7--V~, r>O [/-"'r Cost Planning Matrix -For Review Only -18 Dec. 2019 (Page 7 of 7) ~ .rm McCall City Council October 24, 2019 Pastor Joe Eisenbrandt Heartland Hunger & Resource Center - ~(L~1D • McCall Foodbank ci2,,cj.l.,I I t/10.;, f<,t,(J • Over 90 Families Enrolled (regular clients) ,/ rJ_~JA ·~ • Serving avg . 55 families per w~ek (non-pea~ seaso ,t w~f..v, /.20 _/~fr?..1 ~Clfl//'f ~/t/.7.1 t;J,n p • Slight , but steady increases in enrollment 1n recent years • 2019 Noted steady #'s during summer months • September 2019 -14 New Families • October 2019 (to date) -17 New Families Heartland Hunger & Resource Center • McCall Foodbank I • I • Firewood Assistance "Woodstock".,... q (J/,,vrcA,e.1 1 WJ~.IM4> ... / ;2 o e n --~ , ..t "°'"n:> r ·z o o 0 ,,l(.,V)._.J.t,, -, 7o .£'--Jd., ckl ~ ~ • Personal & Family Resources Woodstock • July13 ,2019 • Approx. 120 cords cut , sp li t and delivered in less than 8 hours . • Approx . 200 volunteers • Approx . 14 cords de livered after Woodstock • Wood requests continue A.F.T.I.N. (Assistance For Those In Need) • Assisting those traveling through and homeless • Sponsored by McCall Churches and supported by multiple businesses and community organizations • 32 Clients in 2018 • 30+ Clients as of September 2019 /'f'"vv'YI r.h--b / ~le-ss ~ IA'\_ Jffidn.t, btcrP"-~P' ~ bu~ft"t:r1 1 {J~t:L ,Ii fl/"4.CA..... .. -r;J,7\$('1:J:r. Assistance For Those In Need {A.F.T.I.N.) -· -srrc--ut1lv7. A.F.T.I.N., a Heartland Hunger & Resource Center Program funded by McCall area Partner Churches, provides assistance to the transient and homeless. Services may also be extended to those not fitting transient or homeless definitions on a case-by-case basis. 1. Primary Assistance -We offer one-time (annually) assistance to individuals or families as follows : a. Food a. Food Box -Pre-packaged boxes of dry and canned goods from the McCall Foodbank are available at the McCall Library and Mountain Life Church . Boxes are available for additional participants/partners as requested . b . Grocery Cards -$25 Grocery Cards are available for all participating organizations . b. Overnight Stay -One night hotel stay at a participating hotel w ith an Approved Voucher or verbal approval from an A.F.T.I.N . Partner. • Rustic Inn , McCall c . Fuel Cards -$25 Cards are available for all partners and participating organizations . d . Bus Ticket -To Boise or Lewiston from Old Town Market with an Approved Voucher or verbal approval from an A.F.T.1.N . Partner. e. Other services (less frequent): a . Prescription Medicine b. Auto Parts & Repairs c . Local Transportation h. Clothing i. Other essentials services as assessed by AFTIN Partners 2. Process -Assistance is provided through A.F.T.I.N . Partners and participating organizations using Vouchers or verbal approval. Vouchers may be obtained through partners and participating organizations or through the primary point of contact , Mountain Life Church , at (208) 634-3037. a. b. After Hours Contacts & Approval Requests i. Joe Eisenbrandt (208) 630-3725 II . Linda Klind (208) 634-6989 iii. John Kwiatkowski (208) 501-3513 Partner Churches i. Community Congregational Church (208) 634-5430 11. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (208) 630-3608 iii. Elk Creek Church iv. Lady of The Lake Catholic Church v. McCall Baptist Church vi. McCall Seventh Day Adventist Church vii. Mountain Life Church v iii.McCall Church of The Nazarene ix. Our Savior Lutheran Church McCall c. Orga n izations/Businesses (208) 634-1938 (208) 634-5474 (208) 634-2527 (208) 634-0053 (208) 634-3037 (208) 634-5775 (208) 891-4608 i. McCall Public Library 1. Food Box, Gas & Grocery Cards, Vouchers ii. Old Town Market 1. Bus Tickets upon approval iii. McCall Chamber of Commerce -Service Referrals iv. St. Lukes Medical Center 1. Gas & Grocery Cards , Vouchers v. McCall Police Department -Service Referra ls vi. McCall Fire Department -Service Referrals PROCEDURES FOR PUBLIC HEARINGS Script McCall City Council SEQUENCE OF THE HEARING 1. The Mayor will explain the purpose of the public hearing and open the public hearing. 2. City Staff will provide comments on the application. The Council may ask any questions of City Staff or the applicant. 3. The applicant will present the project. The length of the presentation will be limited to approximately 15 minutes. During, or at the conclusion of the presentation, the Council may ask any questions of the applicant. 4. Written correspondence will be presented, but need not be read into the record. 5. Public Comment -limited to -"'~'i.lt',f-~4i.~"';.~~l.C;;~·;:~ - .. i "··-· ::. ... i ... , time cannot be deferred to another. This is not a question and answer session with the applicant. The public can state its questions, comments, concerns, etc. and then the applicant will have the opportunity to address those items during rebuttal. 6. Applicant rebuttal -the applicant will be given the opportunity to respond to questions, comments, and suggestions made by the public. 7. The Council may, at this time, ask questions of staff or the applicant. 8. The Mayor will close the public hearing and no more public testimony will be allowed. 9. The Council will discuss the evidence obtained during the public hearing and make a decision to approve, approve with conditions, or deny the application. GENERAL GUIDELINES FOR PUBLIC HEARINGS 1. Anyone wishing to state their position on the topic of the public hearing must sign up on the sign-in sheet and indicate whether they are in favor , neutral , or in opposition to the application . 2. All people who testify must state their name , address and whether or not they are for or against the application. 3 . The public may appoint a spokesperson to represent a group of people. 4. Public testimony is limited to 3 minutes and cannot be deferred to another. 5. The public is expected to treat all people with respect : a. No booing, hissing , or cheering b . Show respect for all opinions c. Only those who are recognized by the Mayor are allowed to speak PROCEDURES FOR PUBLIC HEARINGS Script M c Call City Council SEQUENCE OF THE HEARING 1. The Mayor will explain the purpose of the public hearing and open the public hearing. 2. City Staff will provide comments on the application. The Council may ask any questions of City Staff or the applicant. 3. The applicant will present the project. The length of the presentation will be limited to approximately 15 minutes. During, or at the conclusion of the presentation, the Council may ask any questions of the applicant. 4. Written correspondence will be presented , but need not be read into the record. 5. Public Comment-limited to , time cannot be deferred to another. This is not a question and answer session with the applicant. The public can state its questions , comments , concerns , etc . and then the applicant will have the opportunity to address those items during rebuttal. 6. Applicant rebuttal - the applicant will be given the opportunity to respond to questions , comments, and suggestions made by the public . 7. The Council may, at this time , ask questions of staff or the applicant. 8. The Mayor will close the public hearing and no more public testimony will be allowed . 9. The Council will discuss the evidence obtained during the public hearing and make a decision to approve , appro ve with conditions , or deny the application. GENERAL GUIDELINES FOR PUBLIC HEARINGS 1. Anyone wishing to state their position on the topic of the public hearing must sign up on the sign-in sheet and indicate whether they are in favor , neutral , or in opposition to the application. 2. All people who testify must state their name , address and whether or not they are for or against the application. 3. The public may appoint a spokesperson to represent a group of people. 4. Public testimony is limited to 3 minutes and cannot be deferred to another. 5. The public is expected to treat all people with respect: a. No booing , hissing , or cheering b. Show respect for all opinions c. Only those who are recognized by the Mayor are allowed to speak Amendments to the Housing and STR Zoning Code with cross-reference to the page numbers in the Ordinance SECTION PAGE Section 3.2.02, Meanings of Terms or Words Modifies the definitions: Accessory Use Building, Or Structure 4 Dwelling Unit, Accessory 10 Dwelling, Multi-Family 10 Adds the term s and definitions for Bedroom 5 Dwelling Unit, Local Housing 11 Dwelling Un it, Sea sonal 11 Owner Occupancy 17 McCall Area 16 Short -Term Rental 21 Deletes the te rms Community Housing Unit 8 Dwelling, Two Family 10 Section 3.3.02, Residential Use Regulations Mod ifies the provisions for accessory dwelling use 27 Adds new allowed uses for Dwell i ng Unit, Local Housing and Dwelling Unit, short -term 28 rental Section 3.4.02, Commercial Use Regulations Changes the title of this section to Permitted and Conditionally Permitted Uses Within 29 Commercial Zones Adds new allowed uses for Dwelling Unit, Local Housing and Dwelling Unit, short -term 31 rental Deletes footnote 2 32 Section 3.4.04, Commercial Zone Special Development Standards Modifies Subparagraph (D), Uses , to allow single family, multi -fami ly , and local hou sing 33 as part of a mixed -use de velopment includin g commercial and o r pub lic uses and provides the conditions therefor Section 3.6.02, Public Zone Use Regulations Changes the title of this section to Permitted and Conditionally Permitted Uses Within 34 Public Zones Adds new allowed uses for Dwelling, Local Housing 35 Section 3.7.032, Requirements for Development Modifies Subparagraph (C), Structure Height, to except certain structures 37 Section 3.8.11, Accessory Use, Buildings and Structures Deletes Subparagraph (A) 39 Re -letters Subparagraph (B) as Subparagraph (A) and requires the approval of an 39 Administrator instead of a Commissi on Deletes Subparagraph (C) 39 Adds a new Subparagraph (B) lim iti ng the size of an acces sory structure 39 Enacts Section 3 .8.11.01, Acces sory Dwelling Un its, to permit acc essory dwelling units 39 and establish the conditions therefor SECTION PAGE Enacts Section 3.8.21, Local Housing Density Bonus Program, and provides the 40 conditions therefor Enacts Section 3.8.22, Seasonal Dwelling Units, to permit seasonal dwelling units for use 42 by employees of businesses or institutions within the McCall Area Section 3 .10.01, Purpose, adds Subparagraph (E) promoting local housing and a variety 42 of housing types Section 3.10.024, Density Bonus , modifies Subparagraph (C) to delete the maximum 43 increase in density provision and substitute it for compliance with Section 3.08.21 Deletes Section 3 .13 .036, Rental of Accessory Dwelling Units 43 Enacts New Section 3.13 .036, Add itional Conditional Use Permit Standards for Dwelling, 44 Short-Term Rental with Occupancy of 20 or More Guests, providing the standards for compliance, use, neighborhood impact and application requirements Enacts Section 3.13.09, Permit Standards for Dwelling, Short -Ter m Rentals , providing 45 for the permitting of dwelling and short-term rentals Section 3.15 .02, Preliminary Development Plan Review , modifies Subparagraph (B), 46 Neighborhood Meetings, to provide for the submission of an application to establish timing, notification, and summary of meeting requirements Section 9.4.06, Permits and Inspection , modifies Subparagraph (B), Temporary Use 47 Permits, to delete paragraph 1, Fees, Restrictions fg3 £L ~ -f.rsd-r(t:1J,n5 PRIVATELY CONTRIBUTED INCOME Laura Moore Cunningham Foundation Nelle Tobias Bequest Idaho Stem Action Center Friends of the McCall Public Library McCall Improvement Committee Long Valley Progressive Club Gifts to the McCall Public Library Gifts and Pledges to the McCall Public Library Foundation TOTAL Updated 11/12 /2019 ? I0-1<:t- 1/ ~ '(Vl( l / l o r, h ~ I V}'\.1\l1.,,c..--1V'· t:.il6 $200,000 $243,000 $50,000 $56,000 $10,000 $5,000 $86.134 $716,484.76 $1,366,618 TOTAL $2,095,618 Cfvt.Sff,1,t11J (!~~ CJ p-ho Yl.5 - 'OuvrtlnLG, 0 ~ ~V',L--/ !Ztfld() s.P t,17r1; ~. Yi?l- 1/ Cw,, f4-t< ,.1,,, :::'1--,f ,,_,_ C ON STRUCTION MANAGERS · GENERAL CONTRACTORS COMPANY, INC. 431 W. McGregor Dr., Boise , ID 83705 P : 208 .384.0800 I F : 208.345 .5323 I www .cmcompany.com ? /I I 2 1-~tf ':rr"'"d.-. ,,/lf /,/ n.ewr,o.vf<; ./J(A,i,~. 7-~ McCall Lib rary -Des ign De ve lopm ent Es t imate Estimate Date: 14-Nov-19 Projected Start Date: Fall 2020 CONSTRUCTIO N COSTS TOTAL New Librarv & Site 4 868 251 I Existinq Library Repurpose 804 917 Street lmorovements 72 335 .. Street Improvements Reimbursment from City of McCall (72,335) TOTAL $ 5,673,168 A & E DES IGN FEES TOTAL A & E Design Fees 440,000* T OTAL $ 440,0 00 * Includes $20,000 for expenses OWNE R'S COSTS L., l-J n-,t'\ TOTAL Desiqn Review Fee , 625 Building Permit Plan Review 14,733 Fire Department P lan Review w/ b ldg permit Buildinq Permit Fee 22 666 McCall City Fire & Police Impact Fee N/A Water and Sewer Fee 12,000 Idaho Power Fees 15,000 ~ Testing and Inspection 10,000 Builders Risk Insurance 18,892 Leqal, Insurance, License Fees - Geotech lnvestiqation 2,000 FF& E Allowance 300,000 ~ AV/IT Equipment 100,000 Telephone 5,000 Intrusion/Alarm System 10,000 Owner Contingency @ 5% 283,658 T O TAL $ 794,574 II \ \ I ' I \ ... ~~l''.\ I .. "i.S; A 1-year delay to the projected start date will likley add a 4 -5% premium A DD IT ION AL CO NSTRUCTIO N COSTS TOTAL Plaza Between Citv Hall & Librarv * 198 0 54 22 Parkinq Spaces Behind Library * 117 898 New Parks Building * 800,000 TOTAL $ 1 ,115,9 52 * No design has been established -these costs are a rough order of magnitude Idaho Public Works PWC-C-10654 -Unlimited -1,2 ,3 . RCE-1245 I Oregon #62774 , LBPR62774 I Washington #600 626 741 (F) Parks , if required under this title. (G) Grading and drainage . (H) Easements . (I) Hazardous or natural resource areas . AREA OF FIRE HAZARD : Lands on which there is vegetation that is prone to fire ; and also means lands where there is heavy fuel loading , where fuels are arranged in close continuity, where development or timber management slash exists , or where wildfires are likely to be difficult to suppress and become a threat to public safety . ATTACHED STRUCTURE : A structure attached to a principal structure , or is located within three feet (3'), such that the two (2) (or more) structures result in a nearly contiguous whole . <') BASEMENT: That level of a dwelling unit all or partly underground and having th~~ top of at least one-half (1/z ) of its perimeter wall within two feet (2') of the average level of the adjoining ground . BED AND BREAKFAST : See definition of Dwelling , Rooming House . BIKE PATH: An asphalt or concrete path which has been created for nonmotorized transportation and is usually physically separate from automobile travel lanes. BILLBOARD : See definition of Sign , Off Premises. BLOCK: A group of lots within defined and fixed boundaries , usually within a parcel of land, bounded by physical barriers , one or more streets , or a boundary line of a subd ivision that has been legally surveyed and recorded . BOARD : The board of county commissioners of Valley County . BREWPUB: A small brewery , generally producing fewer than ten thousand (10 ,000) barrels of beer and ale a year and frequently selling its products on the premises. BUILDING: Any structure designed or intended for the support, enclosure , shelter or protection of persons , animals , chattels or property of any kind. BUILDING ELEMENT: An exterior wall , or roof, or bay window , or deck , or patio , or balcony, or any other part of the exterior of a building which has an exterior surface that is in a different plane from the other parts of the building to which the element is attached . BUILDING PERMIT : A permit pursuant to title II of this code , including without limitation the international building code adopted by that title . Such permits shall be issued only if the activity to be permitted conforms to title II and this title . Bu ilding perm its are issued by the city building department. BUILDING , PRINCIPAL OR PRIMARY : A building in which is conducted the main or principal use of the lot on which said building is situated . BUSINESS : Any retail or wholesale store , professional office , or similar kind of commercial establishment. See also , defin it ion of Home Occupation . CAMP : Property owned or leased by any organization exempt from federal income tax , which property is used for such purposes as recreation , outdoor education , outdoor instruction , and deliberation . "Camp" does not include a church build ing or church school unless it is accessory to an outdoor operation of larger scope , does not include property used for commercial purposes , and does not include facilities at which services or lodging are offered to the general public for a fee. Thus "camp" includes youth summer and youth winter camps operated by the Girl Scouts , Boy Scouts , Campfire , YMCA , YWCA , and the like , and youth summer and youth winter camps operated by various organized churches ; to the extent not used for generation of unrelated business income ; and includes state park and U .S. forest service public campgrounds . Thus a "camp", when perm itted as a conditional use , does not include rent i ng rooms , cabins , buildings , campsites , spaces , or the like , with or without meals , to tourists or vacationers , even if the tourists or vacationers are members of the owne r organization . CAR WASH : An area of land and/or a structure with machine or hand operated facilities used principally fo r the cleaning , washing , polish ing o r waxing of motor vehicles . CARE CENTER: A place , home or facility providing care for which compensation is paid , for mo re than five (5) children of preschool age , or fo r more than eight (8) adults with diminished capacity to manage their own affairs . CEMETERY : Land used or intended to be used for the burial of the human or animal dead and dedicated for cemetery purposes , including crematories , mausoleums and mortuaries if operated in connection with and within the boundaries of such cemetery , for which perpetual care and maintenance is provided . CHURCH : A structure or portion of a structure used for the purpose of wo rship by any religious organization exempt as such from federal income tax. CITY: The area w ithin the corporate city lim its of the city of McCall , and the government thereof. CITY ENGINEER: An employee of or contractor to the city who is a registered professional engineer responsible for advising the city as to infrastructure design , mapping , code issues , plann ing , plat review and other related tasks . CITY STANDARDS : Those standards for improvements as set forth in the city of Mc Call improvement standard drawings , etc ., as adopted by the city counc il. CLINIC : A building used for the care , diagnosis and treatment of sick, ailing , infirm or injured persons and those who are in need of medical and surgical attention but wh ich building does not provide board (outpatient only). DEVELOPMENT : Any construction or activity that changes the existing character or use of land upon which such construction or activity occurs. DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT : A contract or agreement between the city and a developer or developers in accordance with Idaho Code section 67-6511A. DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS: That official of the city who is responsible for the administration of the public utilities and streets within the city and whose responsibilities include review of plats , maps and surveys for compliance with this title . DOCK: Any structure extending from dry land into, upon , or over a body of water , providing moorage for watercraft and /or access to the body of water . "Dock" includes landing pier and wharf, and includes the means of access and egress to and from the dry land . DOMESTIC LIVESTOCK: Animals such as , but not limited to , horses, cows, goats , rabbits , poultry , pigs , sheep or other typical farm animals and may include mink, chinchillas and such animals raised for pelts . DOUBLE FRONTAGE LOT : A lot other than a corner lot having frontage on two (2) parallel or approximately parallel streets . DRIVEWAY: A nondedicated vehicular access constructed on private property providing access to not more than five (5) residential dwelling units . DUPLEX: See definition of Dwelling , Two -Family . DWELLING , MUL Tl-FAMILY : A dwelling consisting of three (3) or more dwelling units including townhouses , condominiums , and apartments , with varying arrangements of entrances , and party wa11s . DWELLING , ROOMING HOUSE (BOARDING HOUSE , DORMITORY , BED AND BREAKFAST): A dwelling or part thereof, other than a hotel , motel or restaurant , where lodging and , occasionally , meals are provided for compensation for three (3) or more unrelated persons , where no cooking or dining facilities are provided in the individual rooms . DWELLING , SHORT TERM RENTAL : A residence , including single -family or a multi -family unit , which is rented for the purpose of overnight lodging for compensation , money , rent or other bargained for consideration for a period of one or more days and not more than thirty (30) consecutive days . Short term rentals are also commonly referred to as tourist or vacation rentals . Short term rentals with occupancy of twenty (20) persons or more within residential zones shall require a conditional use permit. DWELLING , SINGLE-FAMILY : A dwelling consisting of a single dwelling unit only, separated from other dwelling units by open space; when considered in the context of enforcement of restrictions , any space so used. DVVELLING , TWO FAMI LY : A dwelling consisting of tino (2) dwelling units which may be either attached side by side, o r one above the othe r; a duplex; when considered in the context of enforcement of restrictions , any space so used . DWELLING UNIT: Living , dining , sleeping room or rooms , storage closets , as well as space and equipment for cooking , bathing and toilet facilities , of a size and configuration suitable for use by only one family and its household employees ; when considered in the context of enforcement of restrictions , any space so used. DWELLING UNIT, ACCESSORY: A residential dwelling located on the same property as a principal dwelling unit either within or attached to that is secondary and incidental to the principal residence..Q.[ in a detached structure that provides basic Building Code requirements for sleeping, eating, cooking and sanitation. An accessory dwelling unit may be separate from , or a part of, the principal residence, and may be used for visitors , guests and family members or as the residence of a caretaker or other employee •nho works on the same property . Any inhabitable space that includes a kitchen is considered a dwelling unit. welling fo DWELLING UNIT, EA:SO A : A residential dwelling unit including modular units, containers, soft wall shelters, mobile prefabricated structures , recreational vehicles, or trailers, not affixed to the ground by a permanent foundation . EASEMENT : A property interest (less than a fee simple estate) which an entity has in land owned by another, entitling the holder of the interest to limited use or enjoyment of the other's land , such as for a driveway, installation of utility lines , or the like , the purpose of which shall be designated and placed on the plat as appropriate. Plats shall show the entity to which the easement has been granted . EFFECTIVE DATE OF THE APPLICABLE REGULATIONS : The effective date of the first pertinent ordinance ever adopted by the city . "Pertinent ordinance" means, for example with respect to a nonconforming use , the first ordinance which prohibited that use on that land, wh ich ordinance (and its successors) has continued in effect to the time as of which the legality of the use needs to be determined . ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT: The critical appraisal of the likely effects of a proposed project , activity , or policy on the environment, both positive and negative . EXCAVATION : See chapter 70 of the international building code. EXTERIOR : Those outside portions of a structure , landscape, or lot that are visible from a public right of way or an adjacent property . FENCE : A hedge , structure , or partition , erected for the purpose of enclosing or delineating a piece of land , or to divide a piece of land into distinct portions or ownerships . FINDINGS OF FACT: That part of a decision document which sets out those facts in evidence found by the fact finder , and which the fact finder believes are necessary and material to their decision . which has sleeping , cooking and plumbing facilities , is intended for human occupancy and is being used for residential purposes . The term "mobile home" does not apply to any prefabricated section of a factory built house to which wheels may be attached for the purpose of moving it to a permanent location where it becomes affixed to real property . MOBILE HOME PARK: Any privately owned place where two (2) or more mobile homes used for human occupancy are parked within five hundred feet (500') of each other on a lot, tract or parcel of land under the same ownership . MOBILE HOME SPACE : A plot of land within a mobile home park designated for the accommodation of a mobile home . NONCONFORMING MOBILE HOME : A mobile home which is not permitted under the district in which it is located , but which was permitted by or conformed to requirements of a zoning ordinance in effect prior to March 16 , 2006 . NONCONFORMING USE , DEVELOPMENT , OR STRUCTURE : A use , development , or structure not permitted in the relevant zone or not conforming to one or more standards in this title or title IX of this code , but which lawfully existed prior to the effective date of this title and which is permitted to continue . See chapter 11 of this title . NOTICE : As required by chapter 15 of this title . NURSERY: Land , building , structure or combination thereof for the storage , cultivation , and transplanting of live trees , shrubs or plants offered for retail sale on the premises ; such use may include sale of products used for gardening or landscaping . OPEN SPACE : An area substantially open to the sky which may be on the same lot with a building . The area may include , along with natural environmental features , water areas , swimming pools , tennis courts and any other recreational facilities deemed similar by the commission and approved by the council. Streets , parking areas , structures for habitation , and the like , shall not be included as open space . OVERLAY : Describes a zone imposing requirements in addition to those of an underlying zone, applied where characteristics of the land or the type of development proposed for the land require special considerations . OWNER : The person or persons holding the fee simple estate. For purposes of enforcement, the owner in fee simple and also the person or persons in possession . own er on a--fl:1 11- PARK, PUBLIC : An area of publicly owned land retained in the natural state and/or developed with walks , recreation facilities , picnic areas , etc., for the use and enjoyment of the public. (A) Park : A parcel of land dedicated to the public or privately owned. A park is maintained for the primary purposes of recreations and/or green space. (B) Green Space : Planned and preserved open land , an interconnected system of open land , and determined to have cultural , ecological , and /or recreational value. (C) Parks And Recreation Advisory Committee : The McCall parks board , a recommending body whose members are appointed by the council. (D) Master Plan: The McCall parks , lands and trails master plan , as may be amended from time to time . PARKING AREA: An area reserved for the parking of vehicles consisting of one , or more , parking spaces. PARKING, ON SITE : The area off of any public or private street, access easement or alley used for the transient storage , with appropriate dimensions , of passenger vehicles , parking stalls , access drives and aisles . PARKING SPACE , OFF STREET : A space designed and designated for the parking of vehicles located totally outside of the right of way of any street or alley , together with properly designed access to a public street or alley , and maneuvering room. PATIO : A recreation or living area that adjoins or is used in conjunction with a dwelling or other building, is on grade , and is usually paved or surfaced , e.g ., wood , stone , brick , etc., often used for outdoor dining . PEDESTRIAN AMENITY : An area adjacent to a street right of way that is improved for pedestrians ; such areas include , but are not limited to , plazas , outdoor seating areas , bus waiting areas , and street furnishings (e.g., seating , planter, drinking fountains , public art , kiosks, way finding signs , etc.) within such areas. PERIMETER FENCING: Fencing which substantially encloses the property in question . PERMANENT LIVING QUARTERS : The use of a mobile home on one specific site for living quarters for a period in excess of forty five (45) days in any twelve (12) month period shall constitute a use for permanent living quarters . PERSONAL SERVICES : Services rendered to the general public , such as , but not limited to , those rendered by shoe repair shops , barbershops , beauty parlors and similar activities, for financial gain . PIER : That construction erected upon the shore for the purpose of providing access to docks. PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT (PUD): An area of land described in a final plan approved pursuant to chapter 10 of this title , and the improvements and land features to be constructed on it pursuant to the approval given. PLANNING JURISDICTION: The geographic area consisting of the city of McCall together with the city of McCall area of city impact. PLANNING STAFF : The individuals assigned by the city to conduct the planning functions of the city. PLAT , FINAL : The plat of a subdivision or dedication , or any portion thereof, completely approved and executed for filing and recording in the office of the Valley County recorder , pursuant to title IX , chapter 2 of this code. PLAT , PRELIMINARY: A preliminary plan of the plat , subdivision or dedication conta ining the elements and requirements set forth in title IX , chapter 2 of this code . SCHOOL: An institution provid ing full time day instruction which is accredited by and meets the requirements of the Idaho State Board of Education, including nursery schools or kindergartens whose annual session does not exceed the school sessions for full time day schools. SEAT: For purposes of determining the number of off street parking spaces for certain uses , the number of seats is the number of seating units installed or indicated , or each twenty four (24) linear inches of benches , pews or space for loose chairs. SECURITY TRAILER : A mobile home used for residential purposes in the operation of a business or industry to provide living quarters on the premises for a night watchman or caretaker. SERVICE RETAIL BUSINESS : A business which se lls a serv ice to the public at a price normally greater than the wholesale price. SERVICE STATION : Buildings and premises where gasoline , oil, grease , batteries, tires and motor vehicle accessories may be supplied and dispensed at retail and where , in addition , light maintenance activities such as engine tuneups , lubrication , exhaust system repair, minor repairs and carburetor cleaning are conducted. Activities conducted at a service station shall not include major mechanical and body work , straightening of body parts , painting , welding or storage of automobiles . Additionally, the sales of cold drinks , packaged food, tobacco and similar convenience goods for service station customers is permitted , as accessory and incidental to principal service station operations. SETBACK LINE : A line established by this title , generally paralle l with and measured from the lot line , defining the limits of a yard in which an element of a building or structure shall not be located aboveground except as may be provided in this title . The setback line for any particular building element shall be determined by measuring from the appropriate lot line to the outermost protrusion of the building element or structure such as the roof drip line of a roof, eaves of a roof , or rail of a deck. The setback line from the water pool shore contour or high water mark shall be measured from the nearest point of such water pool shore contour or high water mark. Setbacks shall be measured on the horizontally projected plane. SHOPPING CENTER : A complex of retail businesses grouped together and having a common parking area . SHORELINE: See water pool shore contour, high water mark. SIDEWALK: That portion of the road right of way outside the roadway which is improved for the use of pedestrian traffic . SIGN: See chapter 9 , "Signs", of this title. SITE PLAN: A detailed plan for a parcel which includes information about the plot , build in gs and other improvements , rights of way , easements , natural features , etc. SLASH: Brush , severed limbs , poles , tops and other waste material incident to logging or land clearing which are less than or equal to three inches (3") in diameter. STORAGE FACILITY , SELF-SERVICE: A facility designed primarily for the covered or enclosed storage of belongings of the public on a rental basis . These facilities are usually secured with fencing and security gates . STORAGE OR MERCHANDISING FACILITY , TEMPORARY: Includes , but is not limited to , tents , freight trailers , freight containers , or other storage units , which are being used for storage of equipment or inventory , or used for the display and sale or rental of equipment or merchandise ; but does not include personal utility or boat trailers in a residential district on the property of the owner of the same . STORAGE YARD : Any area used for storage of vehicles , equipment , materials and/or similar items , either commercial or private . STORY: That part of a building between the surface of a floor and the ceiling immediately above it , including the ceiling structure . STREET: A right of way which provides vehicular and pedestrian access to adjacent properties. The term "street" also includes the terms highway , thoroughfare , parkway , road , avenue , boulevard , lane , place , and other such terms . Streets are classified as follows (where an existing street has less than the below indicated width of right of way , such fact shall not deprive it of the status of "street", but shall instead evidence city policy for lawful acquisition of right of way in the fullness of time). Streets are designated in title VIII , "Public Ways And Property", of this code . (A) Minor: A street which has the primary purpose of providing access to abutting properties , of which the right of way shall be not less than sixty feet (60') in width ; (B) Collector: A street designated in title VIII of this code for the purpose of carrying traffic from minor streets to other collector streets and/or arterial streets , of which the right of way shall be no t less than seventy feet (70') in width . (C) Arterial: A street designated in title VIII of this code fo r the purpose of carrying fast and/or heavy traffic , of which the right of way shall be not less than eighty feet (80') in width . (D) Private : A street that is not accepted by the city (or , in the impact area , by the county) for public maintenance which provides vehicular and pedestrian access , of which the roadway shall be adequate in width to provide access for emergency vehicles when snow is being stored , and in any event with a paved roadway not less than twenty fee't (20 ') wide . Minimum right of way for a private street shall conform to the functional classification in subsections (A), (B ), and (C) of this definition or as otherwise approved by the commission (see section 9 .6 .05 of this code). (E) Emergency Access Street: A street designed to connect two (2) otherwise incompatible streets with excessive cul -de-sac lengths so as to remove the incompatibility and which will accommodate emergency , and other, vehicles . The right of way shall not be less than forty feet (40 '), with a paved roadway of at least twenty feet (20') wide . (F) Cul -De-Sac: A short street terminated by a vehicular turnaround . (G) Dead End: An adjective describing a street terminating at a property line , having no outlet. (H ) Alley Or Alleyway : A minor way which is used primarily for vehicu lar service access to the rear or side or properties also abutting on a street. (I) Frontage : A minor street parallel to and adjacent to an arterial street providing access to abutting properties and protection from through traffic . Children's treatment facility FFFFF C ~C-hu-rc -h ~~~~~~~-FFjCjCjC~c-- Clinic FFFFF c ~C_l_u_b _o_r _lo_d_g_e _o_r _so-c-ia_l_h_a_ll ______ FFFFF..--c-- Convenience store FFFFF c ~D_r_u_g_a_n_d_a_l-co_h_o_l _tr-e-at_m_e_n_t-fa_c_i_lit_y ____ FFF~~..---- Dwelling , multi-family ~~~jCjP P ~D_w_e_l-li -ng-.-r-o-om-in_g_h_o_u_s_e _______ FFFFF..--c-- Dwelling , short term rental, occupancy less IPIPIPIPIP P than 20 persons I I I I I ~D_w_e_l-li -ng_,_s_h_o_rt_t_e -rm-re_n_t_a _l, -o-cc_u_p_a_n_c_y _2_o_lCICICICIC~c---- or more persons I I I I I Dwelling, two family Dwelling unit, accessory (including guesthouses) Dwelling Unit, local housing Dwelling unit, principal (single-family) less p p p p p p p p p p p p A A A A FFFFF P ~F-o-s-te_r_h_o_m_e_,_g_r_ou_p _________ FFFFF..--c-- Golf course and country club FFFFF C ~H_o_m_e _o_c-cu_p_a_t-io_n __________ jPjPjPjPjP..--P-- Kennel FFF~~ ~L-a-r-ge-s-ca_l_e -re_t_a-il _b_u_s _in-e-ss-2------~~~~~..---- Mortuary FF ~~~ ~N_u_r_s_e _ry_,_w_h_o_le_s_a_le_(_o_n_ly_) _______ F ~~~~~-- Nursing facility, skilled FFFFF C Professional office FFFFF C Public parks , recreation areas, easements , IAIAIAIAIA~A-- trails I I I I I Recreational vehicle park FFFFF C Rental store and storage yard FFF~~~-- Restaurant FFFFF C Restaurant , formula 3 r-=-r-=-~~~...--- Retail business FFFFF C Retail , formula 1 r-=-r-=-~~~~-- Retirement or assisted living home FFFFF C Roadside produce stand FFF~~~-- School, public or private FFFFF C Service retail business FFFFF~c-..... Stable or riding arena , commercial FF ~~~ Storage facility, self-service FFF~~~--- Storage yard (outdoor) FFF~~ Temporary living quarters FFFFF~A-..... Tower or antenna structure FFFF~ 4 See Section 3.8 .11 of this title for limitation on size and req uirements of design review . Notes : 1. See section 3.8.18 of this title for limitations on retail , formula . 2 . See subsection 3 .8 .02(E) of this title . 3 . See section 3.8 .17 of this title for limitations on restaurants , formula . (Ord . 931 , 2-12-2015) 3.13.09 PERMIT STANDARDS FOR DWELLING, SHORT-TERM RENTALS (Al All short-term rentals shall file with the Administrator, a signed declaration affirming that the property will be managed to adhere to the following requirements: 1. Parking: all parking for the unit is contained on the site and not more than one (ll parking space per bedroom is provided . All trailers shall be parked on a surfaced area, if space is provided, and shall not park on the right-of way. 2. Occupancy: Short-term rentals shall contain no more than four (4l people per bedroom. Total maximum occupancy of the short-term rental shall be based on the number of bedrooms times four (4). 3. Noise: Quiet hours from 10 pm to 8 am the following day are enforced . 4. Safety: Smoke, propane gas, and carbon monoxide detectors are installed within the premises . 5. A posting of the requirements set forth in 1-3 are posted in a visible spot on the premises and a copy provided to all renters. 6. Contact Information : The name and contact information for the property manager is identified and ha s been sent to all property owners within 300 feet of the location of the short-term rental. 7. No events are held that inclu de additional guests beyond those staying at the short-term rental without first obtaining a conditional use permit. 8. If the short-term rental is located on a parcel that contains an accessory dwelling unit and a primary residence, then one of the dwellings must be owner occupied or a local housing, non- short-term rental, dwelling unit. 9. Camping shall comply with conditions set forth in 3.8.01 and shall not be used to exceed the number of tenants specified on the short-term rental business license . 10. Trash Service : Short-term rentals shall comply with trash removal serv ices as described in title V, chapter 8 and ensure trash is placed in the required bear proof trash container(s). (Bl Short-term rentals shall comply with the provisions set forth in this section by March 1, 2020 . No short-term rentals within the City of McCall shall operate without obtaining a business license. Short-term rentals with a local property manager who maintains a physical office in the City of McCall or Impact Area may operate under the business license held by that local property manager. (Dl Enforcement of the requirements set forth in this section shall follow the provisions pursuant to Chapter 17 ENFORCEMENT of this title. 3.15.02: PRELIMINARY DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW:~ f2I (A) Presentation Of Plan: The applicant will present to the administrator and commission, in a scheduled meeting , but a nonpublic hearing , a preliminary development plan for review and discussion . All materials to be reviewed and discussed shall be provided , or be available, to commission members at a regular scheduled meeting of the commission. (B) Neighborhood Meetings: It is required that the applicant organize one, or more , meetings of neighboring groups before submitting plaR&an application for a public hearing . The purpose of such meetings is to obtain input to improve plans and reduce negative comment from neighbors. 1. Timing: Within 75 days and not less than 7 days prior to the submittal of an application, the applicant shall conduct a neighborhood meeting . 2. Notification: Notification of the neighborhood meeting shall be sent by US mail to all property owners within 300' of the site of the proposed application at least 14 days prior to the date of the meeting. The notice shall describe the application and invite those property owners to the neighborhood meeting to discuss the proposal. 3. Summary ofthe Meeting: The application submitted to the City shall include a summary ofthe comments received at the meeting and a listing of the persons attending . (C) Review And Meetings Not Required For Appeals : Preliminary development plan review and neighborhood meetings are not required for appeals. (D) Waiver Of Requirements : The administrator may waive the requirements of this section for those applications deemed to be routine in nature or to have no substantial impact on adjacent properties or the community at large . (Ord . 821 , 2-23-2006 , eff. 3-16-2006) PROCEDURES FOR PUBLIC HEARINGS Script McCall City Council SEQUENCE OF THE HEARING 1. The Mayor will explain the purpose of the public hearing and open the public hearing. 2. City Staff will provide comments on the application. The Council may ask any questions of City Staff or the applicant. 3. The applicant will present the project. The length of the presentation will be limited to approximately 15 minutes. During, or at the conclusion of the presentation, the Council may ask any questions of the applicant. 4. Written correspondence will be presented , but need not be read into the record. 5. Public Comment -limited to , time cannot be deferred to another. This is not a question and answer session with the appl icant. The public can state its questions , comments , concerns , etc. and then the applicant will hav e the opportunity to address those items during rebuttal. 6 . Applicant rebuttal -the applicant will be given the opportunity to respond to questions , comments , and suggestions made by the public. 7. The Council may , at this time , ask questions of staff or the applicant. 8. The Mayor will close the public hearing and no more public testimony will be allowed. 9. The Council will discuss the evidence obtained during the public hearing and make a decision to approve , approve with conditions, or deny the application. GENERAL GUIDELINES FOR PUBLIC HEARINGS 1. Anyone wishing to state their position on the topic of the public hearing must sign up on the sign-in sheet and indicate whether they are in favor , neutral , or in opposition to the application. 2 . All people who testify must state their name , address and whether or not they are for or against the application. 3 . The public may appoint a spokesperson to represent a group of people. 4. Public testimony is limited to 3 minutes and cannot be deferred to another. 5. The public is expected to treat all people with respect: a . No booing , hissing, or cheering b. Show respect for all opinions c . Only those who are recognized by the Mayor are allowed to speak City of McCall—Airport Advisory Committee (AAC) Meeting Minutes October 3, 2019 American Legion Hall, 216 E. Park Street, McCall ID 83638 � � Membecs Present:Mike Weiss(Chair),Charles Jones,Mark Thorien,Rick Fereday,Shawn Walters L��v� � Staff: Richard M.Stein,Airport Manager; BessieJo Wagner,City C1erk.� 5�.�,�����i ar�' � �� , Others Present: Kevin Bissel,T-0 Engineers; Rick Patton,T O Engineers; udd-De�lore; Cary Freeland;Doug Dew, Dew Aircraft,Inc.Jake Dew,Dew Aircraft, Inc.; David Schrader,Gem Air�Jo Sch�ader,Gem Air. Mike Weiss,Cfiair,called the meeting to order at 12:00 p.m. Public comment:None Approval of Minutes from Sept.5,2019 meeting:The'Sept.5,2019 regular meeting minutes were presented for review and approval. Charles lones moved to accept the minutes, Mark Thorian seconded the motion:All voted aye and the motion passed. � AAC Seat Appointment:7he AAC position held by Mike Weiss has expired.The position was advertised in the Star �_ News for two weeks as required by City Code. Mike Weiss (incumbent), Gary Caseri and Cary Fr.eeland have ' , applied forthe position. • • � BessieJo Wagner,City Clerk,was introduced to explain the pros and cons of increasing the AAC membership from 5 to 7. Sh�)so-explained=tha#=tt�e-A�1C-must=malsQ_a-recommendation�•�o-Gity-Cowncil-to-fill�the-vacant posi_ 'tion.�� AP�L`dr�op�setl=�he-in ofi�rmation=reqtrest=for+�xpanding:.therhoard. Charles Jones made a motion to keep the AAC membership at its currently level of 5 members. Mark;7h�orian�seconded. All voted aye and the motion passed. �,ar�p� , Charles Jones moved to recommend that Mike Weiss be nominated to fill the vacant AAC seat. Mark�t�cian • seconded the motion.Afl voted aye and the motion passed. Hangar 560�FIooding: Richard Stein explained the steps that have been taEcen to minimize the likelihood of Hangar 560 flooding. A-trash-pump-k�asbeen_pur.chased=in-ca3��f�anyair.p.or_tflooding. Information item only. � Gem Air—Lease of Hangar.101: Gem Air,lnc.has requested a lease for potions of Hangar 101. A draft lease was . brought before the AAC for approval. Charles Jones moved to recommend to City Council ta approve the Gem Air . lease,and to request the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. Mark Thorian seconded the motion.The vote . was 4 for,and 1 against. The recommendation moves forward to City Council. ` � CITY COIJNCIL PACKET � Page 33 of 204 December 5,2019 • � . f City of McCall—Airport Advisory Committee (AAC) � � � Meeting Minutes � October 3, 2019 American Legion Hall, 216 E. Park Street, McCall�ID 83638 Dew Aircraft—Ground Lease of Hangar 95(Deinhard#1 pevelopment): Richard Stein requested that this item be tabled as negotiations with Dew Aircraft are still ongoing. Mark , Thorian moved to tabling this item.Charles lones seconded the motion.All voted aye and the motion passed • Airport Development Updates: , Mr,Stein provided information on 1)the Triangle Development and the 4 lots available for lease,2)the Triangle Development and the concept for the airport to build T-Hangars for public rental,and 3)Shaded Tie-Downs built by the airport and available for public rental. � - Taxiway Relocation Update: Kevin Bissell of T O engineers provided an update of the project for the AAC. Airport Master Plan Update:Rick Patton of T O Engineers provided information on the project. Pioneer Hangar Update: The Idaho Historical Society has approved the Pioneer Hangar as an historic building. The nomination is now passed for consideratioh to the National Register of Historic Places. Future items for Commission Consideration: Mr.Stein requested a review of the meeting date and time. Three-month calendar review: The following meetings were described: � . AAC Nov 7 � � Dec 5 - � • � Jan 2 . . A request was made by Mr.Stein to move the regular January 2"d meeting to January 9th. Meeting date and time will be brought to a future AAC meeting and will be properly advertised. , City Council , , - Oct;24—AAC Appointment,Gem Air Lease Oct 25—Special CC meeting—Airport Development Helena Airport meeting� � Oct 23-24 ' CIT'Y COLTNCIL PACKET • Page 34�of 204 December 5,2019 • McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street - � AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-261 Meeting Date November 21, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT.• originator DepartmentApprovals Initials or Su orter Request approval of a Duct Occupancy Agreement Ma or/Council witlz Syringa Networks, LLC - c� Mana er Clerk Treasurer I�� Communi Develo ment - � �-/; Police De artment Public Works �, � Golf Course COST IMPACT: TBD Parks and Recreation FUNDING TBD Ai ort SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: TBD � Information S stems CC Ori inator Grant Coordinator SUMMARYSTATEMENT: , a: ,: ,� � � , , cas orale � '���a rl � - : 'ts. They are hoping to interconnect thP�u..�'����ai�Ati'1`���}��, i� t�uDa� �: - �� � � � ' , ', , � � reet. Contract is for a term o�r��`t��a`��wal. ���1�- , r+�a i,, ; , '� � � � ' n and ����The attached contract has been reviewed by counsel. This v�ould provide for a small monthly recurring income. RECOMMENDED ACTION: Approve Duct Occupancy Agreement with Syringa Networks, LLC and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION CITY COUNCIL PACKET Page 237 of 248 NOVEMBER 21,2019 DUCT OCCUPANCY AGItEEMENT THIS DUCT OCCUPANCY AGREEMENT (this "Agreement") is made this day of , 2019, by and between City of McCall ("Owner") and Syringa Networks, LLC, an Idaho limited liability company ("Occupant"). RECITALS A. Occupant is engaged in the business of providing telecommunications services in Idaho. B. Owner owns a system of conduit, innerduct, manholes and hand holes (the "Duct System"). Some portions of the Duct System include an innerduct for exclusive occupancy by Occupant (the "Exclusive Conduit"). Other portions of the Duct System, including the handholes, require shared occupancy (the"Shared Conduit"). C. Occupant, at its sole cost and expense, desires to install, use and maintain its fiber optic cables and appurtenances ("Occupant's Facilities") in the Duct System at the location(s) indicated on E�ibit A, attached hereto and incorporated herein, which E�ibit may be amended from time to time. D. O�vner desires to allow Occupant to occupy tlie Duct System pursuant to the terms and conditions set forth herein. , NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the terms, covenants and conditions set forth herein, and other good and valuable consideration, the receipt and sufficiency of which are ' hereby acknowledged,the parties hereto agree as follows: 1. Grant of Ri�ht of Use. Owner hereby grants to Occupant the exclusive right to use and occupy the Exclusive Conduit and the non-exclusive right to use and occupy the Shared Conduit as shown on Exhibit A, on the terms and conditions contained herein. The parties shall, from time to time, amend Exhibit A to reflect the current location and length of Occupant's Facilities in the Duct System. In addition, Owner hereby grants to Occupant the right to use Owner's associated rights of way to access the Duct System for the purposes of installation, maintenance, repair and/or replacement of Occupant's Facilities within the Duct System. 2. Use of the Duct System; Use of Right of Way. Occupant may use the Duct System as described above for installation of Occupant's Facilities for its own needs in servicing its customers, and for any other lawful purpose. Nothing contained in this Agreement shall be construed to require Occupant to install or construct any facilities in the Duct System and Occupant shall have the right to remove Occupant's Facilities at any time upon written notice. Occupant accepts the Duct System "as is" and shall be solely responsible for any repairs or replacements needed for Occupant's use of the Duct System. Occupant's right to use the right of way shall be on such reasonable and non-discriminatory terms and conditions communicated in a written right of way permit provided to Occupant by Owner. Occupant shall provide twenty-four � (24) hours advance notice of its intent to use the right of way for non-emergency maintenance, DUCT OCCUPANCY AGREEMENT- 1 MCCALL CITY COUNCIL PACKET Page 238 of 248 NOVEMBER 21,2019 FTEneeded 6 7-vear build proiections: Initial startup cost to City using below projections $1,300,000 Total#properties installed in 7 years 2310 Properties passed 550 Take Rate 60% Properties Taking Service 330 (build rate is�3 homes per day) FTEneeded 5 10-vear build proiections: Initial startup cost to City using below projections $842,000 Total# properties installed in 10 years 2400 Properties passed 400 Take Rate 60% Properties Taking Service 240 (build rate is 2 homes per day) FTE Needed 3-4 ��� (1��2 / � - cs�..% - . � �Q'"� 1�e_c��"` � � � ��,,,�, ,.L ,- �-1 � C 9^' � � �� � . J j,.5-�� lJ�4-�" �s ��rv. , ��f �� � � ���� o�- �'-� . T �U� ,�1� � o � �J �r�� �w�, � �o��w1 C� ,� ��6c-ess l� � �.0 �-� - ` c� . " �� `��Qv' G�`���`�� � ����4� 5� � �� �� ' �6f�1���`� / CITY COUNCIL PACKET Page 235 of 248 NOVEMBER 21,2019 BLANK PAGE CITY COITNCIL PACKET Page 236 of 248 NOVEMBER 21,2019 _' McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-259 Meetin Date November 21, 2019 � AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Originator Department Approvals Initials or Work Session anrl Direction —Munici al Fiber su orter p Ma or/Council Utility Discussion —Buildout Timeli�n��� ClerkMana er n � Community Interest ����" Treasurer S� � t�✓v� Communi Develo ment ,` r � r ` Police De artment ��U� �i�,� Gl� / Public Works � Golf Course COST IMPACT.• TBD j� ' Parks and Recreation FUNDING TBD � /�w Ai ort SOURCE: / � .(,�i' Library TIMELINE: T �f �,`�( Information S stems CC Ori inator Grant Coordinator SUMMARYSTAT ENT: O Ju�l}�12�.01:8;-Gqun '�_app�a��d�Reso�lution 1-8--15 recognizing-inter-net services-to�be esse`nfial=ser-viees. Additionally, language in the Mc�all_�Area-Comprehensive-Plan's-Policy2:5 "Irnprove-broadband and fi_ber optie_capacity`within the=city...." and Policy 5.2 `Bxplore=ways-of-expanding_high�s.pe.ed:internet and=fil�er co.p.tic-access-to-pubfic buil�ings;=businesses-and=resiclences.-...—"—suppor�s`�thi s-rieed� At the Apr-i1�26;-2019 Council work session, staff provided a brief history about the project and explained the chal�lenges a d-goa s of-providing-tl�is-servtice. The staff discussed the merits of expanding on installed fiber and conduit to create an open fiber network a1l.owing tliird_parties-to-offer inter-net ser-vices-to-citiz ne�r-y� fiand=businesses-.withinrthe�.City=o£Mc�all.This would be a�multi-year--proje�t designed-to-support-high sp_ee_,d� in�ei-riet-access-at lower-pr-iees for-the-eommunity. Council expressed support of the project and gave staff direction to move forward and bring back more information on the methods for financing this effort. At the September 26th work session Council reviewed in depth the merits of the different models and reviewed the Rapid Fiber Plan draft, Financing models and Cost Projections. Staff_was_asked�to-=sliow� eom.munit�y inter-est and-provide-cost projections-related_to-a 5-year--buildout vs-the-or-iginall-y-propose_-d-10- .y_ear--, �� . r RECOMMENDED ACTION: Review the community heat map showing community interest and pricing information regarding buildout timelines and provide direction to staff. . RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION July 12,2018 Request to Adopt Resolution 18-15 Recognizing Broadband as an Essential Service and A Presentation on Munici al Networks A ri126,2019 Munici al Fiber Utili to rovide Hi h S eed Internet to Citizen and Businesses Discussion Se tember 27,2019 Work Session to review financials and buildout o tions. CITY COUNCIL PACKET Page 233 of 248 NOVEMBER 21,2019 ' ; RAPID Fiber Buildout Projections At the September 27, 2019 Work Session to discuss the RAPID Fiber project staff-was-directed-to-explore-a-buildo-,ut pr_ojection�on-a-faster-(5-year-)-timeline-an�l-to-sur-vey_sornmunity`interest in-this-project. Staffwill present a live"Heat Map" at the November 21, 2019 Council meeting to exhibit community interest. Below are 3-possible-buildout-timellnes which-show,the-initial-one=time�cost to-the�Gity_to�fund_this-project. Cou�r cilnhas�selected that_the-.buildout would-be, fun.de� d�through-an-Opt-Ir�-L-oca{_Improyement District(�ID). E�ch y�'ear-srGID would-be sold-taf nd�fhe_f_o�lo�nui�g years' build�but�At the end of the buildout the City would recoup the initial start-up costs. The ultimate cost to each household is a function of the take rate. The higher the take rate the lower cost per household. A 60%take rate would be considered a minimum rate to install a neighborhood. It is recommended that buildout be performed by City staff to control labor costs and provide certainty for construction scheduling. It is estimated that staffing needs would be 3-6 FTE depending on build rate. Labor costs for buildout would be paid through the LID as part of the project construction cost. Our construction window is estimated to be 7-8 months each year. 2 of staff would have specialized skills that would make them very desirable to keep year-round (Fiber splicer and Boring machine operator). The fiber splicer could be used year-round by the IT department in a dual role managing the RAPID network and splicing\installing\troubleshooting customer service calls about the network. The City would then determine whether the remaining construction staff could be utilized in snow plowing\removal or Parks and Recreation maintenance activities and be retained on a year-round basis iffunds are available. Common Assumptions: -6 month build window beginning Mid-May ending Mid November—5-day work week -Fees for LID Attorney, Engineering and Financial Advisement are included (�$10,000 each) -2% inflation rate -Pricing includes a 15%over run contingency -Take Rate (%of homes passed) is estimated @ 60% -Includes repayment to City of initial backbone investment -Does not consider monies payed to City from subscribers—assumption is that money will go toward maintenance and management of the network. -FTE rate used is$32\hour fully loaded ($18 base rate) 5-vear build proiections: �� Initial startup cost to City using below projections $1,700,000 �I��, Total#properties installed in 5 years 2100 �� Properties passed annual 700 �^� Take Rate 60% _'J Properties Taking Service 420 (build rate is^'3 homes per day) CITY COiJNCIL PACKET Page 234 of 248 NOVEMBER 21,2019 Payette Lakes Recreational Water and Sewer District (PLRWSD) This-applieation-wasTdistr.ibuted=fo`-the-PLRWSD-more-than 30�days�pr.iorto-the-October 1,20-� cCall Area.P_lanning.and_Zoning_Commission meeting: In-an-email-date Se tember4, 2019CP S_Qstated �'_-- ------ -� the.y_had=no._corriments,on-fhe app ication. �/ ��-e5 �� �1 �C�-� r � I� ��.� — � ,/� (� �.� a y Central District Health Department (CDHD) � � (� I� �iL���f�l--v�_ l In a review letter dated August 29, 2019,the CDH:D-stated=that�an�ceessory�use�a.�thor.izatiora_will_:__,be �r.equired=forthe project. McCall Arborist In an email dated September 13, 2019,the McCall Arborist stated that it is difficult to determine based on the plans whether or not the structure could be situated a little further from the road in the trees to .---------- — help screen such a large structure from the road. Tfie`p�ans d'on't show whether-existing-trees-will^need� tab'�move.d-or_not_to_site�the_shop�in_the p_r_op__os_ed_location TIie-lot appears to-be-heavily-forestedJe° and_if ti-ee_�re=going to have to be removed in the current location�lf the topography allows it perhaps the building could be pushed a little further into the property to help screen it from the road. � � McCall Fire In an email dated August 9,2019, McCall Fire stated they had no comments on the application. 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-conformsto-the-applicable-specifications=outltned=in�the=City=ofi�IVIcGaII:D_esign Guidelines-as-well-as-all-other-applicable-requirements-of_the_Zo ing. Conditions of Approval 1. This Conditional Use Permit shall be exercised within twelve (12) calendar months of the date of City Council approval. 2. Prior to issuance of a building permit,the applicant shall receive final engineering approval (see agency comments above). 3�j Priorto issuance of a building permit,the applicant_shall receive-an�accesso-ry-wse-autho.r_ization � from=the:Centr.al=Distr-ict Health Depa_r-tment. 4. Prior to issuance of a building permit,the applicant shall provid'e�pr-oof_of.:qaietti�le=action=to r�emo�e..th e_u nder-lying=Br_o.�n-Tie=an d-Lumber-easement=or_-shalL`pr-ovide=a=r-euised-s ite_plan�.vvith_thE, �pr.oposed-shop location outside the easement. 5. Prior to issuance of a Certificate of Occupancy, all disturbe:d_areasshall-be-reseeded-with-natiare, grasses.__ �--- McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission Page 2 of 2 Staff Report CUP-19-07:1650 Bear Basin Rd. November 21,2019 CITY COUNCIL PACKET Page 217 of 248 NOVEMBER 21,2019 FREELAND SHOP—Findings of Fact McCall City Council—November 21,2019 Page 1 of 7 IN RE: ) ) McCALL CITY COUNCIL FREELAND SHOP ) FINDINGS OF FACT,CONCLUSIONS OF LAW,AND Conditional Use Pe'rmit ) DECISION ) ) Application Number: ) CU P-19-07 ) FINDINGS OF FACTS Applicant: Carey and Autumn Freeland Representative: David Moorhouse Application: A Conditional Use Permit application to construct a 2,450 square foot detached garage creating an accessory structure in excess of 1,500 square feet. Address: 1650 Bear Basin Rd., McCall, ID 83638 Location: Tax Lot Number 76 of McCall Acreage in the SW%of the NE%of the SW%of Section 6,T18N, R3E, B.M.,City of McCall,Valley County, Idaho. Public Notice: Newspaper:The Notice of Hearing was published in the Star News on September 12,2019. Mailing:The applicant mailed the Notice of Hearing to property owners within 300 feet on September 11,2019. Posting:The applicant posted the Notice of Hearing on the subject property on September 11, 2019. Procedural History: A properly noticed public hearing for the application was heard by the McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission during their regularly scheduled October 1, 2019 meeting.The hearing was opened and closed with no testimony.The applicant requested a continuance to the November 5th meeting to allow more time to consider the proposed conditions.The Commission moved to continue CITY COiJNC1I,PACKET Page 218 of 248 NOVEMBER 21,2019 McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-255 Meeting Date November 21, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT.' Originator Department Approvals Initials or Su orter Request to Approve Conditional Use Permit Ma or/Council CUI'-19-07 fo� 1650 Bear Basin Rc� c� Mana er Clerk Treasurer Communi Develo ment Ori inator Police De artment Public Works Golf Course COST IMPACT: N/A Parks and Recreation FUNDING N/A Ai ort SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: N/A Information S stems Grant Coordinator SUMMARYSTATEMENT: A=�onditional-Use Permit-application-to coristruct a 2;450-s uare-foo=t�etack�_e_d-ga�_age creating an-accessory sfucture=in_excess-of-1;500 square�fee�. ( (�o� � __._. [ � A properly noticed public hearing for the application was heard by the McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission during their regularly scheduled October l, 2019 meeting. During their November 5, 2019 meeting, the McC_a1�1-Ar.e.a-Planning=.and Zoning-_C-ommission-urianimously-recommended=this-c.onditional us�e^permit to=the_�ity_:counc'il=for-appro�aLtvithout-a-second-pubiichearing. Staff Report, Findings of Fact, and application materials are attached. RECOMMENDED ACTION.• Approve conditional use permit application CUP-19-07 for 1650 Bear Basin Rd. 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 CITY COLJNCIL PACKET Page 215 of 248 NOVEMBER 21,2019 McCall City Council Staff Report CU P-19-07 1650 Bear Basin Rd. Freeland Shop November 21, 2019 Applicant: Carey and Autumn Freeland Agent: David Moorhouse Application: Conditional Use Permit Zoning: RR—Rural Residential Description A Conditional Use Perm' � I�ication to construc�2;45.0"square�oo.fdeta`ciiecLgarage_creating�an aeee�ssory-strueture-i -excess o 1;500'square feet. A properly noticed public hearing for the application was heard by the McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission during their regularly scheduled October 1, 2019 meeting.The_hear.ing_was_opened and �closed-with-no tesfimo'n The�a_p.p.lieant re-uested-a-eontinuance-to-tbe=Novembe`r_5�h_meetin-to allow Y• q_ _ g-_s . rnore-time-to,consider�the�proposed_eonditions.The Commission moved to continue the application to the November 5,2019 meeting and the motion was unanimously approved. Zoning: RR—Rural Residential Property Size:447,936 sq.ft. (10.28 acres) Lot Coverage: 11,632 sq.ft. (26%of allowable) Building Height: 25 ft. 10 in.from existing grade Setbacks: Per MCC 3.3.03,the minimum required setbacks are 25 ft.from the front property lines on Bear Basin Rd. and Meadows Rd. and 50 ft.from the interior side property lines.The-site-p_lan_in'dicatgs t�he=shIIp=wi11-be�s_etback25-f.t.-_f.rom-the,front-prope_r_ty�line=on_Bear-Basii� Rd,approzimatelya200-ft.-from M,eadow`s-Rd., m_ore•than 75-ft:from�the`norther-lyside-property-line;and-more-than-300-ft:fr.om,the easterly side property line. i � Code Narrative Per MCC 33.02, all accessory structures in excess of 1500 sq.ft. require a Conditional Use Permit. Comments Agency— McCall En�ineer In an email dated September 4, 2019,the McCall City Engineer stated that: 1. T�ie-conceptual-design-appear.s�that it will-likely_comply_With_the-City's_Drainage-Management Guideli�es. A`stormwateY-repor.t.shail-be:pr.epared-for_-re_v_iew-a_nd�`approva!by-the.Cit�. 2. A detailed sitework and grading plan shall be provided for engineering review and approval. McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission Page 1 of 2 Staff Report CUP-19-07:1650 Bear Basin Rd. November 21,2019 CITY COLJNCIL PACKET Page 216 of 248 NOVEMBER 21,2019 � 4 � �J'(�'�D ✓ _._ �--.. -._.`. dahoans demand action for our fish now, before it is too late. s drastic as the implications are for the r sa mon an s ee ea�,w.e-fi"u�11y-expect�f-�arlea ers-who-represent our-valaes;_to-uphold.o,ur ideals-to.restor.e=ldaho-salmon-and steeihead-with�determination�equal=fo-tfie-emer.gencyfacing_oar fish'e'ry. We urge the entire Idaho delegation to seek and support Idaho-based solutions,which may arise from Governor Little's newly established Taskforce. Any effort falling short of such resolve to bring our fish back fails Idaho, her people, and our shared motto that promises natural bounty forever:esto perpetua. b�''r #### - veG y� r� ,�� � �� � �,� G � ��� ��,� ^� �i a J,��`'(. �i1� Sv- L � , �� ��,1` ��`' ` o � 1'�'m� ��"�" � CITY COiJNCII,PACKET Page 213 of 248 NOVEMBER 21,2019 McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-257 Meeting Date l�ovember 21, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Originator Department Approvals Initials or Su orter Idaho Wildlife Federation Presentation regarding Ma or/Council Salmon and Steelhearl Decline in Idalzo an�l City Manager ��. Request to Approve Letter of Support clerk ST Ori inator ��'�.N� ��U� � �,�r,��-�•�6 r5 ��Ll� Treasurer � � , � Communi Develo ment `� �/ j�,,,,� Police De artment L�-J K- �G� • /'►�`'`'1 ��r� ��C Public Works � Golf Course COST IMPACT: 1 � r- Parks and Recreation FUIVDING Ai ort SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: � � • ��� _ Information S stems Grant Coordinator SUMMARYSTATEMENT: At Mayor Aymon's invite, Garr.e�Vi�sser, Coriser-vafion�Pr-o •r•am--oordinator-at--the-Idaho Wi�1cTl�ife Fe�era�:ion, wi�l�l�r.ese�=`�he-deeFine-in-salmo nan d est elhead in Iciaho; and what towns--san-d-oµto-speak-up' �for�o.u�ish. He�s_also asking the �ou�rcil-to_shovv�s�;part�by sigritng_a�iuer_o��ity letter-addres�sed to c-�fhe-Governor and the Idaho State Representatives��and-Senator-s-(attached):�, I`�- N,,,,l l c csv� -� 5��� `" --F�sL. The Idaho Wildlife Federation (IWF) is a non-profit organization that advocates for the conservation of Idaho's fish and wildlife, habitat, and outdoor heritage. As a�stafe`wide, nonparfisan-g or p founded by `s�;or.tsmen�ancl-t�omen,IWF seeks creative and proactive solutions to solve complex natural resource issues that�npact_fish_and wildlife, habitats, and_hunting and fishing opportunities. Thei�fforts-a�v`anee-"rna�lc-� �-- --� — — i��daho"�`soiutions to=the-moder-n�challenges-of-wildl�ife manageinent and=th�y b�l-ieve wi�l�l�i�fe-arid=sporCi�g �oppor-�uniti��can�tk�r.�e.�ul�iLe maintaizii-r�g.=.local�economies''and working-agricultural-�landscaZpes. They advocate effectively for sound policy,vehementl-�d�fend publie�lands�in:p.ublieh�nds,and w�_or.-k=with`p.ublic o:ffi�ials�.towaclueve the.ir goals-�nd bring a sportsman voice to the planning table. IWF seeks to spread awareness on behalf of issues that support Idaho's fish and wildlife populations, the delicate habitats that support them, and access to these resources by sportsmen and women alike. IWF works tirelessly on proactive efforts to enhance fish and wildlife populations and hunting and fishing experiences, while defending against the increasing threats of disease, invasive species,pollution, and privatization. J RECOMMENDED ACTION: -�� ✓ Approve the River of Unity letter of support and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING'DATE ACTION � `'�,b°\ CITY COLTNCIL PACKET �/ Page 211 of 248 NOVEMBER 21,2019 Honorable Governor Brad Little ### Honorable Representative Mike Simpson � ### Honorable Representative Russ Fulcher ### Honorable SenatorJames Risch ### Honorable Senator Mike Crapo ### Dear Governor, Senators, and Representatives, The undersigned elected and appointed officials, Chambers of Commerce, businesses, and organizations �----_—� --- write to you to implore your imm.`ediate_leade.r.ship�D_stop the_do.vunwar_rietr.end_of�ldaho=s-salrnon-arid'' �steelhead=toward�extinetion. Once one of the largest migrations of anadromous fish in the world, Idahz�'s=ico:rai.c_fish-are-vanishing_on-our-wa: ch. Many Idahoans rely on salmon and steelhead.The fisheries of the Salmon and Clearwater Rivers bring enterprise to our state,serving as economic cornerstones for ldaho communities. Our outfitters and guides, outdoor equipment manufacturers, and food,gas, and gear suppliers statewide depend on these fish.Thousands of anglers come from all over the state and beyond to central and north Idaho to fish for our salmon and steelhead.Visitors fill hotel rooms and campgrounds, eat at restaurants, and stop in shops for fishing tips, eager for a chance to fight a famous Idaho fish. Livelihoods and communities across Idaho depend on robust fish returns. These~important=ldaho=econ.-omie:s;an�d�the-people-in-them,-are-feeling-the-sharp-costspot-too few �almon_and-stee�head. Far greater costs are closing in if the extinctio:n=tre—ncl�is_not�:e.u,�rsed.The�loss.,to Idaho�h.isto.r_y,_he`ritage-cuitures and character i's-incalculable,—and-un cca eptable. The following three things we ask of you in order to truly begin Idaho salmon and steelhead recovery: • First, acknowledge to Idahoans the extinction crisis facing Idaho's salmon and steelhead,that that-federal-recovery�efforts-have-faiZed, and that-new-and-different approa_ch::ri�ust=be taken-to _,.__�_�, �__--- - �re�ou.er-our-fish. • Second, bring-Ida'ho:ans_fogefh�D_seei<_common_actio:ns-tha_ t r-estore-salri3on and-ber�efit energy�, ag_ricwlture, and-eommunities.We believe such actions exist. We pledge our support to identify and agree on them. • Third,start work-with-yourfellaw_goy_erno.r.s_and=membe.rs_of Cor�gr_ess=in�Washington,�Oregon, `and=Montana_fo-build-region:al�leadership-for-solutions.The federal government has dropped the reins on this issue. Northwest leaders must pick them up, and Idaho must lead among them. CITY COUNCIL PACKET Page 212 of 248 NOVEMBER 21,2019 Objectives/activities for 2020 • Create and execute promotions plans for: - Johnson Flying Service Hangar acceptance onto National Register (if accepted) - McCall Historical Tour app • Continue data farming of new database to identify properties and potential districts for recognition _—__�_.��.��_. • Begin_de_v_elopm�ent�of edition�2-of-th`e-M=cCall"Historic Docamentary (McCall's development post 1940) •,...Res.earch-and-doc�m:e.nt�the=hi�story of the=McC-a11=Golf C-ours ___� �•<, - - �_�- �= • Identify and-capture�oral�histor-ies fr-om-key infl.uencers-in�th.e�McCall v�J �(, �f--.� ;�co�mm.an:ity � ` • Continue to work with the Centra:��Id:af�io-H:istor-ical-Museum-B�oard-and-McCall Parks an.d-Recreatio:n�Depar-tment on the SI-TPA site • Partic pate in National Alliance of Preservation Commissions conference in Tacoma ��---'� _ � ���',� -lc�'`' Gr �C�-(' ` ��� �� ',�i�F- ' �'t CITY COLJNCIL PACKET Page 205 of 248 NOVENIBER 21,2019 BLANK PAGE CITY COLJNCII,PACKET Page 206 of 248 NOVENIBER 21,2019 McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-246 Meeting Date Noverriber 21, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUB.jECT: Originator DepartmentApprovals Initials or Su orter Request to ceppoint Morgan Zedalis to the McCall Ma or/Council Historic Prese�vatiorc Commission Ci Mana er Clerk � Treasurer , � J�� Communi Develo ment v " Police De artment Public Warks Golf Course COST IMPACT: N/A Parks and Recreation FUNDING Ai ort SOURCE: N/A Library TIMELINE: ASAP Information S stems Eco Devo Planner �L Ori inator SU1t�MARYSTATEMENT: The McCall Historic Preservation Commission (HI'C) is responsible for conducting a survey of local historic properties and recommending methods necessary to preserve, maintain and restore historic properties. The Commission also conducts educational and interpretive programs and recommends nominations of properties to the National Register of Historic Places. Jennifer Theisen resigned her position after 10 years of service on the HPC in October. The open position was advertised for two weeks and generated one response from �o` -NT rganwZe�lc-a1i wN1or-gan=isdan-arch�ologist ��and=his�orran-ca%i`ently working-as=the=Assistarit Eorest:Ai:chaeologist for-�he-Payette Nationai�Forest. In order to have status as a Certified Local Government(which McCall is currently designated),the HPC must have members that have certain qualifications related to historic preservation which Morgan can provide. A letter of interest and resume from Morgan Zedalis are attached. RECOMM�NDED ACTION: Appoint Morgan Zedalis to a (3) three-year term on the McCall Historic Preservation Commission with term expiring November 2022. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION CITY COUNCIL PACKET Page 191 of 248 NOVEMBER 21,2019 Morgan A. Zedalis McCall, ID 83638• November 5, 2019 Bessie Jo Wagner Clerk, City of McCall 216 E. Park St. McCall, Idaho 83638 bwagner@mccall.id.us Dear Historic Preservation Commission Members, i received notification that the Commission is seeking a new member with professional experience in history, historic preservation, archaeology, architecture, or other related fields. I am writing to express my interest in the vacant Commission seat. I think my background and experience would prove valuable in promoting and executing the Commission's mission. I was raised in McCall and graduated from MDHS in 2000. I completed my BA in anthropology at the University of Har�i a'ri=and-my-Nf'A=at the Ur�i�ersi.ty_of_Ke:c�.t�ir��Cante.rbury, England in environmental anthropology. While working on my P,hD=in 2011 with-the-Nez Per-ee Trib_e�=the ;niveU r�sity-of'Pdah'o, I discovered the opportunity to work as a student intern with the Payette National Forest. As a result, I started my career with the FQr_es�'s�H:eritage_P_r.ogram as an archaeologist and historian in 2012. Cur.rently;I-am-the-Assistant-For_est Archaeologist. Throughoutm.y�time=on-the-Fores;t I have-buil�the�experience_n:ee:de�d�to�identify;_p:r�tect;-an�d restore-histor.ic str-uctur-es-and-archaeological-featur.es;_some-of-which_ar-e�the very-cabins-l-have known all.�my-Iife.-1 am-exci•ted_to_apply_my e.xper-ience_an.d_passion-to-City=wide:�p:cojEcts. My resume details the various projects I have worked on for the Payette National Forest and the relevant trainings I have participated in. In addition, I have coordinated the Heritage Program's public outreach efforts and I regularly participate in local historical presentations. I also have experience writing historical pieces and historical overviews and designing public interpretive panels. My resume is enclosed with this letter so that you may review my education, work experience, and achievements in more detail.Thank you for your time and consideration. I look forward to speaking with you in the near future. Sincerely, Morgan Anne Zedalis CITY COiJNCIL PACKET Page 192 of 248 NOVEMBER 21,2019 McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-248 Meeting Date November 21, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFOI2MATION SUBJECT.' Originator Department Approvals Initials or Su orter Request to appoint Dallas Young and Craig Vroom Ma or/Council to the NdcCall Public Art Advisory Comynittee ci Mana er � Clerk c , r� ��,� (Z��f Treasurer �� r� � Communi Develo ment ��� Police De artment v�� �� Public Works l�� �'�.� l� Golf Course COST IMPACT: none Parks and Recreation FUNDING N/A �n�G�, (,{l��� S/'� Ai ort SOURCE: �' J Library TIMELINE: ASAP Information S stems Eco Devo Planner ��, ori inator SUMMARYSTATEMENT: - The mission of the McCall Public Art Advisory Committee (PAAC) 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), consisting of five members appointed by City Council. Resoluti;on�l9�lQ,._adopte`d-by City�ounc.il_on._ .u7 n`es]`3_,-2:0=1L9, expanded thercomm.ittee-size from�:ve-(5)-to-seven-(7)-members. Members are appointed to three-year `terms, whicli are renewable for one additional term. � � Upon expansion of the committee from five to seven member in June 2019,the new position vacancies were advertised, and letters of interest wereerecei�ed-from-fhree..commun'ity member�;—Da1•las Young;Susa?h Farber and Ju_dyrDrake.=-Ci�C.o.uncil-app.oinfed"J_u�y_Drake and-Susan Farber�to tlre-comm'ittee in 7uly 2,0�19. Sue:Dixon is moving out of state and has submitted her committee position resignation. Dallas Young'$as expz_essed=hei continuecLiriterest-in=ser�ing_on:the.Public..Art Advisory Committee. Additionally, C-raig-Vi'oom'-s-first ter-m-on_the-com_mi,ttee will expire December 2019 and_he.-wo.uld-like to b_e-coiis'idere`d�for reappointment for a second term. Letters of interest from D�:11as-Young, and Cr-aig Vroom_are_enclo..sed. Since the most recent recruitment effort occurred three months ago,the City Manager recommends Council consider Dallas Young and Craig Vroom for appointment. Alternatively, Council can direct staff to advertise the vacancies for two weeks. RECOMMENDED ACTION: Appoint Dallas Young and Craig Vroom to the McCall Public Art Advisory Committee for three-year terms expiring December 2022. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION June 13,2019 Adopted Resolution 19-10 increasing Public Art Advisory Committee membership from five to seven members. Jul 25,2019 A ointment of Susan Farber and Jud Drake to Public Art Adviso Committee CITY COLJNCIL PACKET Page 187 of 248 NOVEMBER 21,2019 Delta James From: BessieJo Wagner Sent: Monday,June 24,2019 7:40 AM To: Delta James Subject: FW: McCall Public Art Advisory Committee 0 BessieJo Wagner � City Clerk 216 E Park Street � McCall � ID 83638 Direct: 208.634.4874 � Fax: 208.634.3038 s''��•°;;� �9�'�+��4�K�ass Web:www.mccall.id.us Blog: cityofmccall.wordpress.com Social: Facebook.com/cityofmccall From: Dallas Young Sent:Sunday,June 23,2019 12:20 PM To: BessieJo Wagner<bwagner@mccall.id.us> Subject: McCall Public Art Advisory Committee ---This email is from an external sender. Be cautious and DO NOT open links or attachments if the sender is unknown.--- To members of the McCall Public Art Advisory Committee, I would like to be considered for a position on the Advisory Committee. As a permanent resident of McCall, I am very proud of our city. The atmosphere of our city has been greatly enhanced by some great public art, and I would like to see this continued and tastefully expanded. My personal background that supports my interest on this committee includes, -My college experience as an art major -My involvement as a volunteer with the McCall Arts and Humanities Commission -My love for McCall and my desire to see the aesthetics of our town grow Thank you for your consideration, Dallas Young Sent from IVlail for Windows 10 1 CITY COiJNCIL,PACKET Page 188 of 248 NOVEMBER 21,2019 Amy Dolberry McCall,Id 83638 n (� � ,1�" ��,,; r October 10, 2019 �- �� � City of McCall � .�/' 216 E. Park St � McCall, Id 83638 Dear Gity of McCall This is a letter in regard to my submittal of interest for the McCall Tree Committee. Being part of the McCall Tree Advisory Committee interests me for several reasons. In my opinion, with all of the downtown changes in McCall, i,t-is-vital-to_mairitain-our-cit}�'s natur,�al&nati..�e_beauty,-as well-as-consider-new-specimens to erihance 1VIc�a11's`curr�nt lands+�ape. I come from a family of gardeners,landscapers, and landscape architects- needless to say, planting and maintaining gardens as well as woody scapes has been apart of my background from early on. I�ha��-be�en-em`ployed�as-a landscaper-on-and of�_since._lugh school;�a;nd-currentlyhave_s_�<<eraL`personaLcli'ents_in_the=McC`all=down ot-w area (Hometown Sports, Spa Del Sol, Dr. Brian Charles, l�Iountain Monkey/Mountain Java), as well as,personally planting for the city of McCall at Centennial Plaza, and Art Roberts for the past 5 years. I have also been the landscaper/gardener at several private homes in the McCall area-Joe Scott's and Charle's Garden for example. I have been on the McCall Improvement Committee for several years, and have been involved with several beautification projects, along with the America In Bloom, and McCall In Bloom projects. I ha�e�won�'ar-�`_`1"tiT�c`-Ga11=In Bloorri''_-3=di:f�'er-�nt times=-onc�=of-r-my-personal ho e landscape;and�twice.farra=downtowr�l�usiness. Collaborating with the current McCall Tree Committee members, McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission and McCall City Council would be learning e�erience for me, and I would also appreciate being part of the Tree advisory's responsibilities, selection, identification, and help review development proposals that may affect McCall landscaping . � Thank you for your consideration. If you would like any references please let me know Sincerely yours, Amy Dolberry CITY COUNCIL PACKET Page 185 of 248 NOVEMBER 21,2019 BLANK PAGE CITY COiJNCIL PACKET Page 186 of 248 NOVEMBER 21,2019 From: Simolot,Michael To: Morqan Bessaw Subject: Short Term Rental Program Date: Wednesday,September 25,2019 10:58:57 AM --- This email is from an external sender. Be cautious and DO NOT open links or attachments if the sender is unknown. --- Morgan, I hope you are doing well and are all ready for winter as it may hit you up there this weekend. I am writing as I was sent a draft of the Short Term Rental Program and I wanted to get some comments back to you that I hope will help define this new ordinance. I would also appreciate it if you could pass my comments onto the City Council. First let me say that I think this is a great change to what you have in place today and I look forward to the passage of this ordinance. IRdo however-thml<<that=th_2y ordin-ance:should=be_a�1ittle- rom e ��defin,e�d. So to that regard here are my suggestions. ���f rp� A) The first comment I�have-on-this-new`or-dinance-is that nobody-should-be-gran_dfatheredsin. if (� � they�.ar„e�doa;�g=short ter_m_c�c�tats�th:e-r5�t�ie.�should_c m y wi�}�th-e�rrew-Qrdinance-w�thin-vvh�a�ver� �� A� timetabl�=is�-se�=v+ii�h=h e�pali s`sing-oftfie or-dinanc:�:, ,�o�" ^ B) I think that any building being used for a rental property should haue-two-exits�from it to qualify �� � ,__�.--___-------------_ _— � �`� � as_a_shor.t term-rental. These,exits_have-to be-doors-and-notju�st w�indow:s; This will hopefully cut �, �_�____ _..._.__ � _ _�. ___ �__ ��.� down on the use of travel trailers as a rentaL � � na ` �-U ' �'��" C� r�"'� / C) All rental properties that are hooked up to permanent water and sewer should have a val�d�,* �� building and-sewer-permit showing-tha.t th�neighbo.rs within 300 feet-had-a chance to commer�t!'on ,�_» � 5�� s.om.ething-being-placed-on�the pr-ope;rty. I am seeing a lot o tor . .or_type-sh.ed �being purchased . ,,��- a d then being used as a rental property without having to ge a '' � . �j l� � D) If somebody is using a travel trailer as a rental it should be required to have the� ch a d tir�s on ��.�, �S '1 it so it could still be towed off the property. � � h�""' 4„L��'-" ���pJ� E) There should be a maximum of twro people allowed per r.00r-�a-ar�d-that is,it. Too many single �Q�N family cabins are being used for groups that way overuse the property. We need to curtail this. F)Along these lines we should also Iirnit-parking to oneqcar:perroomiantl no=m.o.r`_e. �� G)The�l�andlord should also have to provide an area-on`the_property for pets"to_go=fo the �1��(}lf1`1 bathr-o`om. Many renters think that because they are in the mountains that they can let their dog � ,r run loose and do its business wherever it wants and being somebody who has green grass at my 0 ��Z� cabin I get many of these dogs. Renters-should-be-told-that the_y-have-to-keep-the-dog on site-unl:�ss �( it is_o.n_�aFleash�n.d�b:eingv,calke.d-and-clea.r�ed_u.p_afte,r. If renters at a certain property do not do this ��, than this is a complaint that should also be grounds for revoking their approval to be a rental (�,� property. , � v � � H)The last point I have is that the city of McCall should not take slow or no action because � somebody needs a rental place as the market is tight. I know this has happened as it happened by ��� me. While compassion is great and works well for the violating landlord it does not work well for � those of us that are next to these places. So if a rule is being broken then the only merits that is � �,� looked at is that of the rule that is being broken so we are all treated fairly. J� `'. A ain I think this is reat and I ho e this ets assed uickl and oes into effect b January 1, �/�' �� g g p g p Q Y g Y '\ � 2020. Thank you for your time and help in getting this to the right people. Mike Simplot. CITY COUNCIL PACKET Page 180 of 248 NOVEMBER 21,2019 5. QUIET HOURS: Loud noise at 8 �.m. is unacceptable in any neighborhood. uiet hours_s�oultl�be=from�-10'p�m:��fo 10 a.m. � ��"`LL � We ask that you take our suggestions to heart and include them in this ordinance. We thank you for addressing this serious issue in our community. Most sincerely, Ronald N. Graves Diane Plastino Graves CITY COUNCIL PACKET Page 179 of 248 NOVEMBER 21,2019 November 13, 2019 2120 Payette Drive McCall, Idaho 83638 Dear Mayor and members of the City Council, RE: Short-term rental ordinance � We are very grateful for your efforts.to adopt reasonable regulations for short term rentals in the City of McCall and the Area of Impact. These rentals, if not properly regulated and managed, can cause great disruption to adjacent homeowners. W�uar-e� arrmong�those�hom__e_owners=very nega_tively_-impacted�th:e_pas.t two years=by a�short �-ter-m:renta{=next door. Sadly, we have extensive experience in what can go wrong in a short term rental. Therefore, we offer these comments on the current draft: 1.CONSISTENCY: First, it is essential that those conditions in 3.13.037 (B) should also apply to those short term rentals of 19 occupants or less. Specifically, �� --Language in (B) 1, .requiring access and safety for�pedestrians and vehicles, and � ��� access to nearby properties is equall-y impor_tant to rentats-of�l9 occupants or-less�as S �� it�is-to=th`o-se=with--20-or-more; �w��� � --The specific prohibition of `�L-oud�-music, o�utdoo.r=act�vities or any otfaer=source of �, (� - \ r� w �noise tha_t can=be--heard=beyond=the_pe.r_ime.ter�o.f�the_rental..." in (B) 3 is as essential 1��� for rentals of 19 or less as it is to those of 20 or more. � ��,�c� �Noise_is a big problem with short term rentals--along with excessive numbers of � people on the properties--and should be controlled. --Item (B) 4 stating that the buildin� is designed to accommodate the occupancy expected is important4for--all sizes-of=re.ntals. The�same�can-be s;aa�d�f-t�i.e�extecior� ? stcuc.tur_e'saRPea:r.ance-in=(.6-)-�5-. �,r� 5���.� LS��}`��,U �/}�L�G.v�S• --The more comprehensive, posted notice to renters required in (B) 6 should also � apply to rentals of 19 or less. ����� l 2. OCCUPANCY: Allowing up to 4�p`�e in each bedroom.is_-an invi:tation�to�exceed �reaso:nab.le_occuparicy and pack�-a rental:with-people, which is already a routine and serious problem. For example, we have a rental next to us with 3,legal_bedrooms, although-4-a.r_e_listed_on the,.r_en.tal_site, counting=a-toft-without emer�ency-egr�ss and no�close A hough fhe property is advertised as sleeping 10, we�ha�e=never-seen-less than�13mRe.op.le�onesi_t�.;�and�ha_v__e�_even-seen-over-30=People�there-a.t=one_ti me.�I.t�is�a� cons-istent-problem�site;with noise and excessive acti`vity. CITY COLINCIL PACKET Page 177 of 248 NOVEMBER 21,2019 �° (�� _ -- - - — ---- x�6 GGc}- With you-�r-�current language;__y_o_u_gi.ve`this�and=ever_y_othe�own,ersand-rental-compan�r, � ,�ar-te-blanche-rr hfi�s to"_increaseytheiroccu anc to 4 er be.-droom r-e ardless,of the � � �,,.y P Y_.__ �P ,��__.. �� nurnber�of�.�e:ds in=the-hc�me. This means people will be sleeping on the floors and the A/ --�-' --- - - �- -------- --- - 1 � � f ru niture. �- -` - --_----. - r> �� �� �.�- .�_�.________ ���� What typical family home packs 4 people into each bedroom? What is good for a �( 6 �family home, is good for a family home used as a rental. And 4 people in each �� � bedroom is too much. L'r In th�.speci�fic—instance�cited_ab:ove-in=our neighbor_ho�od.;�atnaxim.um�of_1bWoccup:ants woulcL-b_e�al�lo_we�d�irL4_al.l.eged_bedrooms;3even-thou�h-the� re-is�be_d_space,for-only�1;0 attthe--most. This is highly inadvisable. � In researching other locales' regulations, we have not seen a higher number than 3 per bedroom. Bend, Oregon states the following in its ordinance: "Occup.ancy �Two persans-p:er bedroom with two additionol persons permitted. As on examp(e, a three bedroom property is permitted no more than 8 persons." Isle of Palms, South Carolina also has an identical limitation. We have only seen a maximum of 3 per bedroom in the ordinances we have reviewed. Therefore, our ordinance should state that occupancy must be�-limited-to the number af-beds-avaitabt�e-in-bedrooms wh,ich-rneet-the-le�al-�definition-of-bedrooms, �with�safe ,ingress�and��e�ress-in-the-event`of=fire�or-another--erner�encv;-and-in-no-case-�reater than 2-persons-per-bedroorn-p.lus 2_addi.tional-persons=af=a._maximum�in fhe stiruct�are. ��� 3. CAMPING AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES: McC�all=C-ity-Cod'e�-:08:0=1=a1_laws_campin� on-developed=lots, and�ther_e_fo_r_e�is�al-lowed=b_y=th.is=dr_aft�or_ciinance�. I�t is�ssen�ial,our ��)� � . t .ear_i h.t_f_or�tents�r-ecr_eatian�al`-�e.hi�ctes_an:d_cam-in -to-occur `-t' o -'_- �..�:'-, '. � �,���Q�j on�r-en:ta�.l_Qr_ope:r_ties. �is will facilitate an increase in occuparl4y, even though that is C� �Q�( n , and a very noisy one at that./� C�,,,� c^�' ,� �� � lT �, e have seen many vans in which people are sleeping on the driveway of a rental �, �property. Neighbors have seen people sleeping in cars on a driveway near them. �,b ��� Tents can easi ly be pitc he d wit h renters s leepin� outsi de. �� �(�k / ��� � This will increase occupancy and noise. And these activities should be illegal in a short ,��(� �� t rm rental in their entirety. �� � �� � C��' ��'� 4. EVENTS AND PARTIES: The draft ordinance limits events on rental properties. But � wh�a�=is-an"evenf"? We have been awakened often by 13-30+ people drinking on the c�� h` pr��erty adjacent to us� Ofteq.;_a5t�or_ttterri�-�r-e_n.tal_is_used_as�a..mothership-for_lar_�e y.1V and prolonged�afherings. �����,,� h� ; �,�,������y,,.� �� v Therefore, all QatherinQs should be limited to onlv those stayinQ at the rental. CITY COLTNCIL PACKET Page 178 of 248 NOVEMBER 21,2019 September 24, 2019 Dear Commissioners, We, a group of longtime Knowles Road residents appreciate the attention being shown to the ongoing concerns with Short term rentals on Knowles Road. Having read the Planning and Zoning, Chapter 13 Permits and Applications recommendations and changes prepared by Ms. Bessaw,we'd like to add further comments.Again,we appreciate the consideration being directed to help remedy our concerns. To begin,we-lik the recommendations presented specifically,the qui'et hours;8a00=p.m__to_10:OQ�a_rra. L �� and the-parking=r_egu.lafions-for R-Vs-and-traile�s. All neighbors would ask that these policies for shor �,J�- � � term-rentals_be_in_clusive-of-both-the-less-than 20�guests-as-well-as-the 20-or-more-guest,r.enta�As �� residents ofthe area we have found that it is difficult to determine how many actual guests are staying at the rental property. If ther.e.=w.ere�specific=rental_procedures_that�apply to all-vacation-rentals,-it rnay? provide_clear'guidelines=fhat_would_lend-itself-to smoother-enforcemen;ts.Also,as residents ofthe street,we have no way of determining what the property management agreements and guidelines include. Specif.ic:gui.-delines�would=be-helpful�for all:vacationing=guests;residentsand-property� managem`ent. ��� Secondly, as residents, my neighbors and I would appreciate clarifications of both guidelines and policies that de{.ine_tres�ass-on-a-city-right�of_way. Does that include the required set back regulations?These guidelines and policies-s,ho:uld-addr_essshort:term-rental-property-profiting-from-rentals_on_city-property� and-specif.y fines_for_violations. As residents we often are the first to notice concerns with 6ree`ch of�-- procedure. Currently,we call the city police to report violations. The officers have been quick to respond and have professionally dealt with the concerns. VVould_either-audio-conf.irmation ar v_isual (photographs orvideo;)_provide�acc_eptable�proof-ofvioletion�and�if_so,-where sh�ould this�be�delivered to?1N�e_would-like-prosedure-guidelines. Best regards, � �� Cheryl Knowles / � �S,���S '� `� Pat Knowles �`� �j ' 1 I �` 2� `J� Katie Kirk \ �� ' �� �'� CITY COiJNCII,PACKET Page 171 of 248 NOVEMBER 21,2019 October 01, 2019 City of Mccall- First and foremost,THANK YOU for taking the time and making the commitment to improve the VRBO situation in Mccall. ��4��' I wish to encourage the City of Mccall to not only look at, but also learn from other similar resort towns and their efforts to address this issue. South Lake Tahoe is a good example. Even though there is not a �r����� State law that prevails overthis town (like in Idaho), it would be'�enefrciai�to-investigate�bofh tlieir P' �0 pe.rmit applica#ion/application-process____R____and-how the.y_also_addr.ess violations of fhe permit. � One hopes that in a democratic society people will "follow the rules" on their own volition and conscience. All too often and most unfortunately,this is not the case, especially when it comes to one's economic or monetary gains. � � S That said, even having the most comprehensive and detailed rules, regulations, and codes regarding VRBO'_�s,--.w�thoutasignif.icant moneta_ry�penalty-or-dis__ incenti�ce�.or_�iolations_and_infra-cfiansrnot_much �� �� progress-will-•be-gained-in-the-effor-t-to_rea.ch=a=har.m_on_ious balance=between-VRBO's-and-the-reside,nts f � and_neighbors-of'Nlccall. t�»---_-- Codeee:nforee`�"""me�it and-penalties-must-be-sig.nificant enough-to-deter-rnisuse_of the_V_RBO system; rafhe,�r tha�n_to just violate-it-and-'pay fhe_fine,'�--because this scenario still turns.out to be economically" advantageous for a VRBO. Also, monies received could be used to fund code enforcement efforts for Mccall. �l� l f Also, regardless of the number of guests a VRBO houses (i.e., less than 20-regular permit, or greater 'L a�W' than 20 with a CUP),the-�ram_if.ications-far-noncomplfance_or v.iDlations-of-e.itherrp.ermitmust be the � �s�me�. Las�tly_;if-a-hom^e is in_not�in=compliance-with-cu'rrent city codes (regardless of age of home or when noncompliance occurred), it should not_be-allowed.to_b.e..a VRBO. �___ -_--�---- Article of interest regarding South Lake Tahoe: https://www.r�i.com/storv/monev/business/2018/04/09/vacation-home-rentals-airbnb-la ke-tahoe-vhr- fine-ordinance/460517002/ � Thank you for your time in reading and considering the above thoughts regarding the VRBO situation in Mccall. Also thanks again for taking the initiative and proactive steps to hopefully reach a harmonious balance between VRBO's; neighbors, and residents of Mccall. Sincerely, Jeff and Heather Gorona CIT'Y COUNCIL PACKET Page 172 of 248 NOVEMBER 21,2019 � � 1 Dear Commissioners, t am writing to pro�ide comment conceming what I understand are changes to;Chap er� ,.,:�€Ce��, ordinances related to the'Shor"tT�in����tals. Please accept the comments that follow and consider them in your deliberations. My name is Mark Chitcote and I live year around at 1109A Knowles Road with my wife and two middle school aged children.We have been permanent residents of McCall since moving here last summer from Alaska. There are several properties in our neighborhood that are managed primarily as short-term rentals. We are toferant by nature,bu�d�_e�p�ct:peopJe��hat.use�ihQse.r.enta s.io treat�ucnetigtiborhood wiih �i X�-z� respect and-consideration-for-oihers. Unfortunately,our experience over the last year suggests that p�� u�� such expedations are ofte�not�met The primary issues for us are the�alcQhol-�'ueTeci.gaft��r�n�s with � � ��nusic-and�loud voices-that continue-way�past the J:4pm-cu�few,plus the irresponsible way gafi�ge:� � ha�ndlQd_inierms_of_at�racfing.and:Sr�ain�ng'gar_kaa$e bears'. The�ies�ar_��an�ff�osiYe_annoyance. ��j� T�e=g�rbage:bea[s-are-a-safety�is�ue. Both are preventable. In light of this I was pleased to see that City of McCall is considering ordinance changes that addresses �G�✓T�.�� some of our concerns. We are supportive of these changes. However,we also believe that they could be more effective if additi_p-_n`la eptovisifl=ns�.e►7ere-added. I will outline these here. � Contact Information—In terms of noise and other problems it would be helpful if all the�eighbprs (��� within-3fl9 feet of-�aehxer�tat-prope reeenre-eon ac�t=informaiia�r_tmotyvst_f��'fhe-property-managers, �b���� ; , �ut also-�he-best phflne�anmb�r�faY_n�iifyingtheepoli�e���he-ev�nt o-a-probTer�i . When 1 contacted � the police,this summer about a loud party,�they-were-very�dire�i�in teliing�ns-to-wait until-an-officer�� �as�ed�a�dforu�rot=tsrconfrantth�ni�ma e`r-s�icectly. This is good advice and 1 believe should be emphasized to residents that liye near these rentals as the procedure to take. (B�r�iheoway�t�pofice - response�in.our_instance vyas_ve-ry-quick;5•minutes prJess,.and_effectivP—xhank youl). C-�-,��_. Gar6age Bears—Open or unsecured garbage containers are an invitation to bears. Once they become habituated to garbage,they will become increasingly bold until often they end up l�ing killed. As the saying goes,`a fed bear is a dead bear. Not only that,but along the way these animals can pose a real public risk as they become bolder and less afraid of humans. I make this statement based on quite a bit � of experience from living in Alaska where there are more(and larger)bears.The way-to eliminate � garbage bears is to not train them to associate garbage containers with a meal. I would suggest the following changes to the proposed ordinances to address this problem. First;if the-lid-ort•the-galtbage-cantainer is-sa=ove_ �((�ed-it-cannot_be-shut;itshauld n�:93�utside. tt seems to me overfilled garbage containers set out for pickup should not be allowed and should be considered a citable offense. � ✓ � Second,ga�b�ge�ontainers-should-tre-setovt�on-the-day-of ptck ,�;riottt�igttt b�fo��. Unfortunately, the way it is now,garbage containers are set out on the street a day or more before garbage pickup occurs. This is giving bears plenty of opportunity to figure out how to open these containers under the cover of night. In-Alaskamrnmmanities�where-bears-are-a-problem,-garbage�containers-can-anlybe�set o�it at t e t�eet on_the�day o.f_pick up; Do it the night 6efore and you will get a ticket. It should be the same way here. � CITY COLJNCIL PACKET Page 173 of 248 NOVEMBER 21,2019 ( . � ��iThird,:i, �ta�pears-managers-of renta_I•.�comPanies_requ.'s_re_rentees:ta:s�t�their_�gacbagexon�ainers�o�t.far �''\`°picl�_wp�nth�n-thev-comp9ete-their-stay_and_get-re��to leawe—regardless when the pickup day is. This should not be a task imposed on the renters. It s�ou{d:�e=clear_:th�t:i��Is-th�e.peop.eety�manager�' r�s�ensibiii�r-to-tak�-th���ar.bag�cont�inecs out:for pick-up,.not�the_ren�t�rs�-and-ontv-on-the-d�y�f pick�u�,-,not�the�day.or days:b`efare. Pets—FRent�r5,shoulii;natie#-their pets-rnn�free. They may pose a danger to others in the neighborhood i and will use our yards for their bathroorr�s. This happened to us repeatediy during the past summer. We shouldn't have to pick up dog poop from our yard and neighborhood because of inconsiderate dog - owners. AT1/s—When c�nters.t�7ing ANs,th�}+s�nutd_not tie_`allowed to-unload-their�.-and`driVe_aco.uncl�the '�,� �.f1 �eighborhood.;_c�nless they ar.e_on th�i�tuay ou�or c�a�ing�back frorro�a ride. Last summer we had I ��, und�c�����ti�is��n A�s��'riving on ad�asent proRert��an�1:9n�ur sYreet=for hours=at-a-tii`he. Not on9y is it � �� v illegal for these kids to be on public roads—but the noise and dust pollution was very irrfitating. This is i � not appreciated by residents living here and is inconsiderate behavior. � ���� �G-�UL�. ' ���' � - � �s ��" Garba�e Bear PPoblem—rr�ore discussion and evidence 1 am providing some additional information and commentary here on the issue of bears and garbage. ! do so because I am particufarly concerned about this issue. I feel that irresponsible management of garbage makes those envolved largely res�nnsible for creating`garbage bears'and the associated issues r�lated to pubiic safeiy. lfhis is unacceptable. This is not an imagined problem. The pic4ure below was taken in May of this year from our house (I(nowles Road is 30 feet behind the bear). This is a very large black bear(brown phase),1 would guess 400 pounds. He wandered into the neighborhood around 11 am,checked out the neighbor's garbage can,then our garbage container,uvatked past our front door,patio,and off across ICnowles Road. This bear was the first of many for this summer—however,most others carme during the night. This bold indididual is totally unafraid of humans and is undoubtedly a product of a lifetime being able to have , easy access to garbage. A beautiful animal,but a little too close. � � '�t t ai� r t� 4 ti�„� •,,'� rp� :��'� ,.,.� ��!' ��y��{r�p 4�a`' i�°�e5 5�,�,`.t� , C. . � 1r G� ��'kM. S�„1'4RF t�t' ���{Y3+� �Yp R '��i� � �'}i-:` R r .�w};.:at P. � s'`` �:j .. :��� ,(W=S t�tT � y'; •r r i � t.re�(J' �3'�� t.i'. � _ 'a Y,V � i �'g.� • � ) �t�a . �e -; A :i ���t" 's i St h } �.+. �� i�e Y. _ "lj+y � ��' 2 ��� �Sr¢ I ��t �r � _�e � � ^� Lw� r �-:y �lI� -�f �., F.:�,'�:� 1- ���.���� � ' � A�� Y��-y}�—Y�1PX R7 �1/>� � 3+�i} 4� 'S: : _�j Y'wh-p.Y 1� ` '�� �y�� �y}��,,��,,,,y�v�,r ��� `f �y �` ' �` � ��ti` �:� i '�'�ygp. �t.��siy �g�4`dJ ` �Vtd� 1 1 y :tL#$'�r�.h� rjA: .." ' . y ,.� . *". ,� '� -� ��.�.M � x $x d ^,�- _ ' �{'..'� 7 M. �ti�y ��.�� L x� r� � �„> �+.+t.� q• I ' �.� r ' ' ^.. �r�'_� ' � �� ,���' • '�•�._` L���� f,�,-s(•v -'�`{{Y'`' " . '�6 �i., .fT�° �;�y� 4 �+'P�i!� ��� x II� �}�`{•�`� �i_ � ��"� __:._.�'��;�-� ~'�=1 . � �� ry ' ��`' F � �1. 'r� eai.y�� ����.f P e 3 �� F'�a �� . ! �. __�a._ �G�.'- s� _ �: .. ���� F CITY COLJNCIL PACKET Page 174 of 248 NOVENIBER 21,2019 2. need the right to live in their single-family neighborhood environment. The===° rc�.eighb:or-hood�shou:ld-always wimout. �aGJ„�J l�� ��j �v� , A,r ���� b� 1�3L ` 7. Neighborhood Notification: Nei�hbor-s�wi�thin 300'of-any�sfiort=ter"`m ren�al`sh�ould=receive-adv=ance-notice�of a? .r,eq.ues_t fo.r�a s=pecial-perr-rmit=for-a=stior-t=ter-rn-rental,-regardless-of=its size. They should have to ri�ht to submit comments on issues associated with the property. 8. Enforcement: a.Yo.ur Ian�ua�e=in�C.—.,-D:;anci�E:, under-renta•Is=with--occupancy-of�20-or--mor_e=�uests; �---- �.._should-app:l.y-�to-at:l_-r.e.ntals,-r-e�ardless-of�th s zie e3 With a short-term rental advertised for 10 guests, for example, yet seeing a minimum of 13 routinely, and up to over 30, we all need the protections offered by these sections. ---- ------- ---- --- ----- - ----- - ---- ---- ---- -- We assu.r.e--you tha.t�ve.n-a-sm�all-short=term-rentai-can�c-ause-disar-ray and unacceptable-conditi-ons-in a-neighborhood;w�hich-_is�unfair=b_y.:every stand�ard. � b.:The-new-or-dinance-should-be.-�f.f.ectiu�in_9.0_days. �-r�`��� � ����'�:; � ��S� A two year_phase-in is unaccep�table. Neighbors near short-term rentals need �?,��}`�� immediate_relief.fr_om7you. None of these conditions require any significant lead time whatsoever. Summary: Since we, unfortunately, do have a long list of experiences with short-term renters, we request that you take our recommendations to heart, and create an ordinance that_alkows-visitors-to-enjoy_the-McCall area-while-allowingits��taxpaying_residents to �maintain�tb-e=integri.fy of-their-ne-ighborhoods;-and_th-e=enj_oy_ment-of their_own �p ro p.e rty: From what we have heard, the behavioral problems enumerated above are not uncommon in McCall. CITY COUNCII,PACKET Page 169 of 248 NOVEMBER 21,2019 A basic ordinance with the elements itemized above will create a standard of operation for short-term rentals necessary to reestablish the integrity of neighborhoods and the rights of neighbors to enjoy their own property. Stand�ar.�s on maxim:um�occupan-c.y-.;vehicles;.a_p.r_o.hib.i:tion on�_par-ties-wi.th_n.-on�occupants,_quiet� hours;and-`enforcement-of,�he-sam-e�are=essen=tial-to-allow a�basic standard of d ece�n:cy-in-ou r-eom mu n ity. Most sincerely, Ronald N. Graves Diane Plastino Graves 2120 Payette Drive McCall Idaho 83638 f CITY COUNCIL,PACKET Page 170 of 248 NOVEMBER 21,2019 �--------- � ��G'S �JotvtG`-�. }��-e..J � " �'' �LllGt�i�� � September 1=4;-2019� - ��(2. ��v�� � �,�� ��.,,,.���. Commissioners Y'� � McCall Area of Impact Planning and Zoning � ��G`�' � � o(�'�-�� 216 Park Street � _ /_���,��� McCall Idaho 83638 � -��- r�� � LsG��� �-�1�} � 6 U�f�c�a r,J��� �d�, Dear Commissioners, � ��sGG� ����� �e �,�1ec��'� � RE: CA 19-01, hearing October 1, 2019, on Title 3, Chapter 13 We appreciate the opportunity to give recommendations to the McCall Area of Impact Planning and Zoning Commission concerning your proposed ordinance on short-term rentals. Sa_dly,-we�-a_re=exper-ts in-the-difficulties caused�by shor-t�te_r_m�r_enta.ls-in the=McCall ,-Ar-ea of Impact, havi_n�g�been-sever-ely-impacted�by one-nearby_f_or two-full �S_um:mers. cShort=t.er--`m-=r-entals, i.�f-not-_p_rope_r-ly_adm:inister-ed-by the-owner-or propeJ-ty rnan-ager, or both;have-the=abilit�_to_ra:p_icf:l_y�.d.enigrate-nei-ghborhoods;-=e=r-ode�the r,:ights-of neighbor-s-to-the-pea_cefui-enjoyment-of-th_eir�own�p.rape:rty,cause-safety co,n�cer_ns,�a .nd=re-d.uce=p.r_ope-rty�al.uQs-of�nea-rby pr"operties, all�ver_y negative fa.Glouts for-h�om�eowner_s_and=the=McCaII-community-in-general. Your current draft does not address the real situations so many of us are dealing with daily in the Area of Impact. We could recommend many elements to an ordinance, but offer these as the most essential: 1. Consistency and Fairness: The basic rules and requirements of a short-term rental should be the same for every propertv, re�ardless of its size and number of occupants (the definition of which is hi�hli�hted below). Even_a-r-ental�with-a-small-oecup_an:cy numbe.r=can=cause_fa:r-ge=problems for=n:eighb:ors and the-community. While very large rentals may need additional regulation, t'he-' �— 1bas�ic or-dinanee�sh_o_ul:d�b�e_wr_itten�to�cover_at.m:ost-a.11=sh_ort�term rentals,-do_w.n�to? o�r-res�with�smalLn�umbers=of-bed:r_ooms, to�-provi:d�e:.nei�ghbo:rs�and the-co.—mm.unify w,ith_assu_r.ances-for-res:p_ons.ibl.-e-.managemen.t-an.d-rule�. �_�___._�.__��— CITY COiTNCIL PACKET Page 165 of 248 NOVEMBER 21,2019 As detailed below, even rentals with a small number of bedrooms soon balloon into party venues and very large numbers of occupants, regardless of the number of beds. That has to stop. 2. Occupancy: O:ccup.ancy-must=be-defined-as-and-limited-to�the:_n.umber_—of-beds�ava:ilab:i:e in bedrooms-which-meet the-le�al-definition-of-bedroo;ms,with=safe�in�ress-a`nd_e�ress ,i.n_t h e-ev e n t-o f-f i r e�-o r--a n o t h er-e m er�e n e.y. Fundamentally, many of these short-term rentals are used as mother ships, whereby a person or small family rents it, and then many other people visit and occupy the home for days, far above the number of beds the home holds. That, again, has to stop. �_—__-------_—_--__ _-- --��_=��-� Short-term rentals must be occupied, at a maximum, by the number that meets the definition of Occupancy above. If_th=e�rental-is-advert_is:e.—d_as_having=b�-d's_f.o.r 8;then that-rnust-be-the�ma-ximum-number-allowe.d-at the-propenty. ° ' �_._�, _�__ , We have a nearby rental that barely sleeps 10, with 3 bathrooms, and is formally advertised for 10 guests. We-ha_ve_never-seen-less-than 13 there; and rece.ntlyes-.aw near�o.r.�more-than=30-peopJe-occupyin�g�this_single-f.a�mily�h:ome, depending on the time of day or night, this Summer. We do not know how many actually sleep there, but it appears that far more than 10 routinely do. Often, the number of people packed into.even an expensive rental has a per-person cost much lower than that of a hotel or motel in the McCall area, red_u_cing_,the n�umber-of-customer-s-to those-buysinesses;denigrating-the-neighborhood surr_oun.ding_the-r�tal, ne`gatiuely-intr-uding�upon`the-rig�hts-of-neighbors�throu�gh noise_and_IighJts-and-par-ties;and-creating-safety�issues-for-those-in-the-home. �- � _� �_ �____--_ `_ To that last point, we often wonder how 13,-or--30,--pe-o.pl.e-can�safe-ly be-evacuated duri_ng_a=fir_e_or=oth:er e�m�er.gency fro;m�a�thrEe,story-home-th�athas3�legal_be:dr�oo'ms a�d_a-� loft wher-e_peop.l.e-sleep. Additionally, slee.ping-sh:o_uld s_pe:ci.f.icaliy�n�ot�be=allowed-on-dock -decks;p tios;nor in boats, no.r_in-vehides_an.d=r_ecr-eational-vehicles;.which-is-highligh___e_ _ _e10 � s � �r � �-�'C� �� / / ���d CITY COiJNCIL PACKET 1 Page 166 of 248 NOVENIBER 21,2019 Your ordinance needs to limit the ability of the renters, managers, and/or owners to pack as many people into one property as humanly possible, far more than the number of beds available. � While the owner and management company make some money, the real-pric�_�is paid=by�the-r.re=igh-bors, whose lives on their own property are upended, and whose neighborhoods are significantly compromised by large groups of people coming in afresh every few days. 3. Vehicles and Parking: Veh i-cl.es-pa rked�on-the-p rope r-ty-sh o u I d-be-I i m ited-to-the�n u m ber-of-I e�a l�bed�r-oo'ms in the-hom:e;or-to the spaces avail�a�b►e-o�nfthe-drivew-ay;whichever-is-Iess:' _� We have seen a home with 3 legal bedrooms and up to 8 vehicles on the driveway, many that carry far more than 4 people each, with presumably more in the garage. At times, camper vans are on site and there is a strong possibility people are sleeping in the vans on the driveway in a compressed, one-lane, single-family home area. A nearby neighbor has a short-term rental on his very small street, and wi_tnesse.d renter-s sleep,ing_in�carson�the�ver_y_shor_t.dr_ive.wa.y. This activity impacts the occupancy issues above, as it allows even a small single- family home to become a lodge, or events or party center, allowing many others to party, loiter, and/or sleep in what is a single-family neighborhood. 4. Recreational Vehicles: Recr-eational vehicles;includin��vans,-should-n_ot-b�e-allowed-on-anv short=term-ren;tal tpr-opertyf. � These rental properties are usually single-family homes, often on very narrow, gravel lanes in the McCall area, and the neighborhood should not be abused by driveways becoming camping f.acilities. � �\ �/�� Note there is a contradiction in your draft for rentals of under 20 occupants. Item 1 � � '� � ,�� _ ..____. _ � _ „ . • .. . � states, "N.o=R�V-pa:rking...is_allo.wed�on-th.-e_s:ite_-But-then-it states,�..Re.cr_eatio�,n-al , �'� + tra�iler-s-shafl=be=par-ked-on�a-_s.urfa_ced-_area..." Recreational trailers are recreational 4� c�, a __ �- CITY COLTNCIL PACKET Page 167 of 248 NOVEMBER 21,2019 Q u�,r�/�• �����aw� 3 O�� � � ,� �,y' ��.. - , �� �� -� � �' s � �S V`� �.��`� G'� � � `� � �'w �;�,���r z�'G�"�` � � �`� �,��'`� `;`" c�s I �'t' Sc�'' V' (� I� . `vehicles. No type of recreational vehicle, including campers, pop-up vans, trailers, � motor homes, or cargo trailers should ever be allowed, regardless of the number of occupants in the short-term rental. These vehicles only accentuate the ability for the renters and the rental owner to create a lodge-like rental and/or a party venue in a single-family home. � Again.,_th��la�ngjge=far=fhis-rule=shoufd-be-the=sarne for afl�short--term�re�ntals, reg less of their size. 5. Parties: -- Sw CS5 ��c �^�c.- Prohi:bi:tions_should-be-rnade-for part.ies=or_"events=of_any type-atten:d:ed�bv r-�_o:reythan fhe�number-of4people-that�canile�allv-occupy-the home. Often, short-term rentals double as party venues. As stated before, we have seen � more than 30 people crowd into a home with 3 legal bedrooms for parties that occur on and off for days. These�r-e�t�l�homes-become-events�center-s-for-noisy,—dr-unken beh:avxi.or. At one point, the rental near us had 2 parties occurring on site at the same time. We have seen public urination. Renters�h�ave=co.me_on to_our__prop:er_ty�,to--rummag,e t�r_oug�h-o_usr-_�ackages-d�elivered to-our-firon.� door. They�ha�e-star_te-d_la:r_gewfiires dur_ing-fiire�s,easnn. They have set up water toys, paddleboards and tents on our �_�_______ property,just to name a few instances. No-hotel or lodge-in--MeGall�wo«ul:d-toler-afe-tlie-noise-and-behavior-of-many�ten�ants of_sho�rt=term�re;n.tals. � .___.�------- - - Parties including non-occupants simply should not be allowed. 6. Quiet Hours: Quiet hours should, at the minimum, be-10_p:m=to�10_a�m. for all short- term rentals. Noise, li�hts, and music must not extend bevond the property lines of the rental. Yelling=andys.cr�aming�ar_e�r_o.uti-ne=intr-usions at the=rentai=in_our=neighbor-hooda. It usually lasts for hours and days. The rentals are treated as theme parks by the renters, and allowed to be such by the owners and managers, when the neighbors CITY COUNCIL PACKET Page 168 of 248 NOVEMBER 21,2019 f ` U-�� (�' , �,,1� �c - McCAI�L CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-251 �--pU� November 21 2019 �� Meeting Date , AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBTECT: Originator Department Approvals Initials or Su orter Request to Adopt an O�dinance Updating McCall Ma or/Council City Code Title 3 to include provisions for Local ci Mana er Clerk Housing & Sho�t-Term Rentals — CA-19-01 , - Treasurer '�-- ----�,__ �G� �,.t � --r'�,�� ���'b�l�' CommuniTy Development �(,l f :��, ,y'Originator � � Police De artment �� �]'�'�,-,� __ �/ _Y,�� � ��� D� � Public Works �' —.�_._..n��__..---�-.=--� C 2e� c`�1� Golf Course �� COST IMPACT.• N/A � Parks and Recreation FUNDING N/A Ai ort SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: N/A Information S stems Grant Coordinator SUMMARYSTATEMENT: .� � On June:2�7, a joint work session was held with the:.LV�cCall_Area_P-lanning�a_nd-Z-oningC-ommiss_i�on and the �_�----. McCall-G�ity�Cou�cil to learn, discuss, and provide direction on potential updates=to=the C:ity�_aricLCounty Code-to-encoura e-more�loca�l-housing-in�fhe jur-isaiction (City`lirrizts=arieei-lVlcG�l=Impact Area�) �_T_--s The draft code amendments were presented to the McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission at the October 1°2019 meeting.�Jfter re�iew of the code-changes-and-di�cussiori,they unariimously-recommen_cled approval-ta-tke-@ity-Couricil-and`Courity.Commissi_oners`with-sorne-changes-to the-short-term-rental-sect�on. Staff and consultant worked with the City Attorney to finalize the code language based on draft code - language presented on November 7th with feedback from the City Council. A memo.,_pr.o.posed-ord�inance-with`an effectiv_e-date of January 1-;2020;public_corrunentand�the_summa� �---- . — - ---- — �are�attacked. � � � ��I RECOMMENDED ACTION: ` , �.�,.�j��,i;� �tti �� 1. Hold the public hearing. GC�.--�a-.- �'�j- j�- S� � 2. Suspend the rules and Read by title only, one-time only Ord�i�ance (%�b ��.� ��y 1 Ny 3. Adopt Ordinance No , Updating McCall City Code Title 3 to include p�'ovisions for Local � Housing & Short-Term Rentals, approve the publication of the summary, and authorize the Mayor � to si n all necessar documents. -�G P°'Y��' � RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION ' December 13,2018 Contract with Kushlan for Code U date June 27,2019 Local Housin Code o tions work session November 7,2019 Review the draft of the local housin and short-term renta co e to et Council feedback 1 . �� �� L�� C .�l (l���' 1` � `61� 1� � CITY COLJNCIL PACKET �G�I J � Page 161 of 248 NOVEMBER 21,2019 � ZONING CODE UPDATE - CHANGES RELATED TO LOCAL HOUSING, DESNITY BONUS, SEASONAL HOUSING, ACCESSORY DWELLING UNIT AND SHORT-TERM RENTALS FROM: Diane T. Kushlan, Kushlan � Associates DATE: September 24, 2019 The purpose ofthis memorandum is to o�tlin.-e'pro:posed_amendments-to-T-itJe-3-PL-ANNING�AND-ZONING� of th;e McC�ll:City Co.deJ_County_Celated�to_housing9 BACKG ROU IV D: #.�. The proposed code amendments evolved from the joint City Council and Planning and Zoning'Commission� work session that was he,�l^d on June 27,2019.Valley County Commissioners and staff were also invited to this meeting. At that`session;r"e"commendafions were-made�on�how-the�zoning code could-be-amended to meefvfhe_goals-of:fhe.�iV1"cCa1l-Area-.Comprehensive�an incl. uding�incentiviz_ing-`bcal�h'ousing'�and expanding_the-variefy of,allowetl�o.using��pes.�The d ssion during the work session provided direction on the change suggestions, as well as identifying other areas of possible changes in the code. ATTACH fVl ENTS: The proposed code amendments have been bundled into five areas and that are detailed in separate attachments: - 1. Local Housing Density Bonus Program 2. Seasonal Employee Housing Program 3. Accessory Dwelling Unit(ADU) Program 4. Short-term Rental Program 5. Miscellaneous other provisions A preface to the code changes in each of these attachments explains the intent of the code sections and summarizes the proposed amendments. A sixthvattachrnent isVa-document_t-hat_consoliclates_all�the �mendments and add'i�lons_iri�fhe.o.r.der that=fhe_pxo�usions�appear-in-the Zoning�Co_tle. This document is the one that should be used as the basis for your recommendation to the McCall City Council and Valley County Commissioners. CITY COUNCII,PACKET Pa e 162 of 248 g NOVEMBER 21,2019 ORDINANCE WILL BE PROVIDED � AS SOON AS IT IS THROUGH LEGAL REVIEW � � �j{,� � Q`r�Q-c�l�l�� c� � �/' J `� _ C�� � � BLANK PAGE In summary, the design team reco_m..r-nends��the-Community E-ven:t Cen-ter-and-8oa�thouse�rs a.-developmen..t�pportun�ity�that-would provide a much needed�service-to=complerr-ien�t the' rvvater-front ir-npr-ovem.er.i-ts-that ar-e-alr-eady-underway,�a.n.d=ta=sei-ve-the-growing-cor-r-►mun.it=y�of McCall. The recently completed comprehensive plan for the City of McCall includes a number of goals and strategies that are in support of a project like this. The growing popularity of McCall as a tourist destination and the appa.r.ent=need for this scale�rent-able-euent-cen.ters=implies�th:e potential_f_o_r a pr_o_jeet tha_t wouLd_serv_e as an important sustacn.able_asse_t_f_or_th.e`ci_ty of McCall. This study represents a broad overview of the existing conditions and potential for this project. The consultant team recommends the following next steps: IN-DEPTH MARKET ANALYSIS This study has given an overview of existing conditions, but does not fully analyze the extent of the market need for this type of event rental space.,F_urt.h.er_.study-is-needed to-ana(y-ze-the_mar_k"efand-define-what-cMar'-ac-ter.ist�'cs are nee.ded_to.m.ake-tbis-a-successful-endea:vor? �----.-_---- ---__ ��,�-� . � FURTHER DESIGN AND PROGRAMMING This study shows two options designed to illustrate the physical feasibility of the proposed program on the site. Further design concepts and refinement of program goals are necessary to ensure a realistic cost estimate. This will help inform the financial feasibility and funding source analysis. , . � .: FUNDING SOURCE ANALYSIS - This study outlines potential sources of funding available to the city for this type of project. Further study by the city is required to understand which, if any, of these funding sources should be pursued. It is recommended that the city council and city attourney be involved in the discussions moving forward. EVALUATION OF PARTNERSHIPS This study offers ideas for potential partnership opportunities. It is=rec.om_m..ended-tMat-the-City of_-McCall-critica��,y,7 e.v_aluate potential-partnersf�i�app.ortunrties-in-or-de�to-make-this�projec-t a-�reality. Potential partnerships ~ �.- __-___- _ _ ___ -- �- exist with wa` tercra"ff�v_endo�s;�i»n-pr-ofit organizations, e.uent plarine�schoo�, devetopers,—aswell as other organizations. The City should evaluate whether a formal RFP process could be implemented to gauge interest in the site and this opportunity. NEXT STEPS 4-~�� ���; " �I�A 37 City of McCall ��-� R Al"I O CITY COLJNCIL PACKET Page 158 of 48 NOVEMBER 21,2019 *y � ��`�� /5y�v����lr �� �� . � � � f .�; , i�� +: �. 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F .� :��. - . . ......�- .. �— —'�"". ,_. .. �. ' � .. " _ _ .... .�, .�� " _ ' ._.,,,,,--.c . _ ,,.. ...:... - ��,. �__ — _. .—u .._ . _-. ' ' _ ' _� ._ _ P-- ,�� . -� —^` . �. .� ., �'�.���-..—....`�..��— � .._ . • '� �' � � '� t„� Y � �- • �' .-• • 1 • �� � � � � • �i � �� � � � FUNDING SOURCES Creating a sustainable municipal project is imperative. Th��` verat-•re-n.tal�or-tion�Qf th_e,pr-oje-c-t has-tb�poter�t�:a to brrinq in a_steadv incomE;=but�t�e-viability�he project�rests-on-i�he-abrllty-ta�nan�ce�the capitaF-c-`o:��s. MUNICIPAL FUNDING MECHANISMS • BQnds=or.milllevy opporturnti�s_caripro_iiid"e fundin:g_f.or=fhis-pr.oject3A�ci.tybond wouJd req�uire a-6-7-pe-r-�era;t vote�in fa.vor.,�b'utcoald-b_ e�used-as-a paC�of_a-large-r-development�p"Lan. ��" �� � • Alter�tive-Munic-ipal-Lea�se-Financing�pportur-iities: These options would not be subject to a public vote o and options would include:�L-ease�Reve.n_aee8_ondsand_Certif.ica,tes�of-Partic-ipa�ion. P ����,-;-�� ���;�,��e.� � ��u�i'� �i � a�--�"�� � �"�.h.:l��- FUNDRAISING AND PRIVATE DONATIONS <7 �1 �.�,��'`�J • Impressive level of donations and contributions in McCall. Consider`•fr.rends=of-i-he�boath:o_crse'..-'�foundat�aon / �tapro�ide�oppor-tunities for philanfhropic support. ��.���� } • Consider the clubs and organizations that are already in McCall that could benefit from he boathouse a d ould p tentially supp r it � � ,1 � ooden-Boat�Classic .� ��l"`���r�`� ��� �a"�'�� �"��G� ��``e'� L� f� G� .c � � `.� • R,owrng-clv.b=for.rrmation. Similar to Coeur dAlene Rowing Assoaation �r- .�'h� �c1��--��= �J • Local Businesses (ie) Th:ere_isa_!o_cal_small:b[�siness craftsman making_aar_ing-s.ells-rio-�V�(blue grous� . boats) �a�Y�.�� r' �61n vri���f�C,:� • Ro.�>.rr.rg=clubs� ave-oppor-tunities for-nai"ional=le.ue.l grants� �z U� L��-`� � �'� h � �- PARTNERSHIPS �����.Q(�r�- (j-�-C'�� �j • Public-Private or Public-Non Profit partnerships � - , • Partnerships with aligned businesses or organizations could allow for alternative funding sources to become available to the public entity. MCCALL REDEVELOPMENTAGENCY • Local Urban Renewal Agency has funds available for projects in the current Lake Front Urban Renewal District. • '�im�ng_is_rmpor.tant in-this op-tion;as-the`current-Urban-fienewa!-District-sansets-in 2021� • This funding source could be paired with other matching funding mechanisms to reach the full amount required to build this project. GRANTS -- _..._�. .,�. • L�a._n.d�nd_water�conservat�:on fura:d_-thr.ot�.gh_the-ldaho-state-parksand-recreation�-r-eqw�res-a_50.%�ma.t�h • �V_Yaterway.s�imp_ro_v_ement qrant-pr-ogr-am-through-the-Idaho-departmen.tao.f_par-ks-and recreation. Im., pr-oye waterways.-f_o�boating/_pr-ovide public-boat ramps--and-moor-ings,�-mar-kings�of�wa_terway�and sear_chund �r-escue-of_bo.a.ter.s.=co.�r�ld�be potenti-al for-w,eter_=education-based.programs-_and fa:c�lities �_�'���� gW ��E R.-FEES�-�' � The implementation of f,ees�associated_wrt.h=6oats/bo-`at launc-hing/_=picnic shel�er.s�or o:th:er_facilitie�s�rela,tec� =t�a-'-the=program-o�he future-boathous ce ould�pr.avrde�a�sr.rrull fun.di�g,source. (140 boat launches a day). Charging fees to majority visitor use activities could provide funding for an important community resource. LTERNATIVES '" �� �B�''' ��� �l✓l' � ExpLoce_an-alter-nativez�ppr_oach�to giv_e:.t.he..pr.ope-r-ty.to_a_3rd-par-ty, create-a-eondomini_Cr_m__type-of� -- � �----�- r own.ership and i�n_ret.urn_get-a-lower�-leve(re�reat�on/-wate-rcraft f-a.c-ilety for-puhlic-� �t Irit�le/no=cost-�to ta_xp.ayer� �� ,�I � � t'I �'"" y ���;� ��l'(��!/ �.E� - �.� ��S �,cM' _ v�.�r��r ��,fG�'V:�� _ �v � �� � �r,�3 �r�� �,�.� �- i�� l h��` �'c S1� �� -�—ac I��F U N D I N G �►:�. R�AT�o H PA, City of McCall � � ,�. 34 CITY CO CIL PACKET � Cd�'�'��' � r� �u� Page 155 of 248 NOVEMBER 21,2019 � (}� �� �D �� ������'�?�5'� ,---� - --'� � ��C►11�/ MARKET RESEARCH BOATHOUSE EV E IV T S PAC E Due to the already preseni competition of rental availability,holding rental equipment or p�oviding a venue for a concessionaire to rent rs unlikely. The long established busrnesses within close proximity are filling LocaLma�ket-competition�and-region6l ezample_s have'b'ee� this need.Private rentals for community members is assumed to be the studierl-to.gather-base-information-for-rental-rate feasihility. These primary market.It is confirmed that the�e are no options on the lake for esh'motes simpli'fy the rental s`t�uctures and options available to storage of privote kayaks and rowing shells. gather an average rate per facility.Certain facilities offer lodging on site and some even include lodging in the price.Because of this Private Rental Options diversrty in rental options,�Four-precedents-closestin feasible`_rental�nI/ �options-st�nd_out_as.viatile�recedents. �'�,V V \ McCallSports Exchange-3rd and Roilroad Ave ' � +" �(t��'��� SUP, Kayak, eike Rental(winter rentals availableJ Shore L'odge „ „ c,�� �� Hometown Sports-3rd and Lenora Ave Barher Park Event and Education Center ����� � Wake sports,SUP,Bike Rental(winter rentals Brundage Mountain availableJ Hunt Lodge _ Gravity Sports-Mill Street and Pine Street � �� ° Kayak,SUP, Bike Renta!(winter rentals availableJ These-tHree event-��ntershave�an�averaqe r,enfol"�a e of� Mile High Marina-E Lake Street �approximately$1600 fo�a.singl'e_`dqy[enial�ing tfie high season. eoats,Kayaks, E-Bikes,SUP • , A recommended next step is to evaluate potential portnerships with Based�on�hese,preceden`�s,_a_conservoti've estimat_e_fo�tiig`h.season� existing retail facilrties for vendor opportunities and to see how aligned �en, Ito �_ri��6e pcoposed_Comm_unity'Baothar�se could�be$I800 or 1 vafues con cofloborote on this project. . mo`_ r�epe�rday. � � �h,�4•.� -t..-. ���,� �6U ��� �� � �{�� ��� � S '� , ;,�/� ,�/y'�� �,�L ��U��� L, ` ��-y� Market Research � 3 � Event Center Needs Impacted by Current Plans/Development Facility Capacity Rate/Day r -- - --- --- - - - - ---- - - - - - ------ -- - The community of McCall expresses the need for rent-able Shore Lodge 200 $ 1,500 -- - - -- -- ----- -. . _ . .. --- -- - --- community meeting rooms and event spoces.Potent�'ol projects in Camp Alice Pittenger 100 development for the city of McCall are addressing these needs,b�5t� Northfork Lodge 200 $ 5,000 a further sfudy rs-requiXe�=t"o'fully_understand'the_needs of McC"611*j Brundage Mountain 200 $ _ 2,000 both,now-and-into'the future. BlackHawk on the River 100 $ 4,800 � ! The Hunt Lodge__ _ _ 120 _ $ _ _ 1,500 \^ �McCallPublic Lrbrary/-Crvie_Center Irripcovementsis-propastn_`g 100� , The Ariing Center 200 1 /Lv` 125-person�meehng_�oDm,�a_z0e 30 p_erson'meeting room-as well•as� � No Business Lodge 100 $ 3,750 � s�aller?neeting spoces:� Lp,� v a� ' 11�y� ` � McCall Lake Cruises 85 $ 3,300 /� � �^�) C��' { � -- - -- -- - - - - - - - - The proposed Ponderosa-Cenfer,'1if reolized, would provide lorge S�JY�garber Park 250 $ 1,254 ` -- - - -- - -- -- --_. ___ - - - - -- -- --_ scale convention centerspaces(400+peopleJ as well as community meeting spaces ranging from 20-200 people.These meeting spaces would be in addition to the proposed 400 seot theoter complex. Average $ 3,301 (See appendix 2 for conceptual drawingsJ. Sample Rental Structure ____ _____ __ _ _ . _._._ _ _ _ _ ,—__ __.. —_ _ .__ Precedent for Publicly Opereted Description � Quantity a A Rate 6 Cost Private Watercraft Storage Retail 2nd Floor Event Rental Facility 11am-11pm 50 $ 1,800 $ 90,000 `'V Based on community member Retail Lower Level Watercraft Storage Rental �.�`� r interviews ond precedents $1/LF 1800+LF available.(120 boats @ 15ft Avg) d �S��� 12� 1,800 $ 21,600 for publicly operoted privote Discounted 2nd Floor Event Rental \qb �� ` wotercraft storage facilities,a Non-Profits 11am-11pm �\,L�C 12 $ 600 $ 7,200 conservative estimote forstoroge Weekday Rentals(Hourly) � 250 $ 50 $ 12,500 space rentals is$1.00-$2.00/ City Use Unlimited $ s - $ - � linearfoot. $ 131,300 a.Quantity estimated without further studyto market analys(s or potential marketing improvements. b.Rate based on conservative estimate based on case studies.Actual value • may differ based on f�rther Market Analysis. � ' � � RENT STRUCTURE ���=� ��►. ` I�IPA 35 City of McCall ��`� RAT I� CITY COUNCII,PACKET Page 156 of 48 NOVEMBER 21,2019 _ -+�.�:_ � _ - - , ��=,;.. .�: �.#¢' -- _ :--.. ,.-.e _ �_..._ - � — - ¢� -- - _ ,�., !.++�,���-a.�'=..•a.- �. ►�.;C?�"c �-,-:;,;�r 6 :1n' , "�.-.��_""� :3° : f. 1�'-'_ ����:�� _ _ ,�.1 ; ' � C y J;y� :�� '� �cpr�' _' _ _�-\`. '. ." '_ _ ��' - — v` 1•\` " 1 —.�... _ .� _ McCall Marina and Waterfront • Image credit: McCall Chamber of Commerce Website Sample Operational Costs Utility Expenses/month a 12 $ (1,000) $ (12,000) Gleaning Expenses/Event (Renter Responsibility)b 62 $ (250) $ - Trash Service (2yd Dumpster Weekly Service)` 12 $ (67) $ (804) Snow Removal (By City) $ - $ - Maintenance Budgetd �$ (16,000) Maintenance Contingencyd (12%) $ (1,920) Cleaning Expenses/Monthly 12 $ (500) $ (6,000) Event Coordinator (McCall City Pay Grade 8) 12 $ (5,850) $ (70,200) Probable Costs � �P� y , $ �Q;_�4) a.Based on National average for commercial electricity usage($2.09/sf)and �Mr� Idaho State Electricity Average($6.21/kWh) �� b.Based on probable cost estimate by regional commercial cleaning company. c.eased on estimate by Lakeshore Disposal d.Based on interview with industry professional e.Based on average cost-per-square-foot office building(Level 2 Only) PROJ ECTED COSTS �^ � . �. ... �';' RAT�I O� � 33 City.of McCall N�� CITY COLTNCIL PACKET Page 154 of 48 ' NOVEMBER 21,2019 CAPITAL COST TO CONSTRUCT We have prepared the following statement of probable cost for the proposed Event Center and Boathouse based upon input from a regionally based general contractor and our experience of designing projects in similar resort communities in the Mountain West. The_�tateme-nt-o-prob-abJe-eost-is-ba5ed-upon 201��1�Uars.:An-escala-tion �factor=af 5_%-per-ye��should=be_-includ_ed for_everyyear-through-tMe-rnid-point-of-constr-uc-tromonce a specifi.� p�r._o-jec-t sc-he-dule=has�been identified. Sample Cost to Construct Construction 9,OOOsf $ 3,150,000 Furniture, Fixtures, Equipment $ 150,000 Subtotal $ 3,300,000 Design Fees @ 10% - $ 330,000. Miscellaneous Expenses @ 5% $ 165,000 Contingency @ 15% $ 495,000 Grand Total $ �4,,290;00� OPERATIONAL COSTS The following information is based on interviews with City of McCall Parks and Recreation Staff as well as in review of the Parks and Recreation Annual Report Staffing: Th_e,Par-ks an-d-Rec-r-eation-depar-tment-would-Irke-to see-the-additfon-of-a 1.-OFTE-recreation-program-coor-dina;�or �tD.:m�r�ta�.e=t�isfaciltty. Based on interviews with City stafft, this position would likely be ac.Nlc.Ca1L-Ci:ty F�yGrzrrl� ,-7-or,8. This would provide additional resources that the department could leverage to meet the department-wide goals of increased recreation programming as well as provide opportunities with ample staffing to improve the waterfront as a whole. The-Rec-r-eation-depar-tment-confirms t_h.—at_o.n.e_of fh�.dep-ar-tment�-al-goals-is-to-incr.ease �rec�r-eatio_n=p�ogramming (specifically indoor recreation opportunities), but_due_to-c-ur-rent facilities ari"d_"staffing fevels;-the-incr_ea3e is=r.�a�poss_rble. The addition of a program coordinator would not only support the function of the Proposed Community Event Center and Boat House, but would support the departmental goals as a whole. The boat storage component of the proposed facility coy-uld�supp-"��sea�P-arks-and=Recr�a.�i.ora�sfa�f_su.¢h �rs-tlae BoatAmbassador.positia� of wa_terfro�.�code_enfo� reement. This facility offers the opportunity to house recreation programming'and could provide a base of operations to both volunteer and staff positions. In addition to the numerous benefits to the Parks and Recreation department, the Proposed Community Event Center and eoat House cou Id benefit lor-ger-community-wide--par-tnership-oppor-tunities-o_ n-the-lNp�terfrant. � P�ar-tner-shi-ps witM-oraanizations-sueh-asthe-ll�'lile High-Mar-ina-could off-set-some-of the-operation.al co:s�f � the=8_o_a:t House,Pro•,_gram. At the time of this document, af�zactn.er5hip��t�h-_M..i_le�Nigb�Mar_ina�rsdevetapin.��o im,plemen�break-wa-_t�r_-impm.�ements-and=c-rty�non_.m-atorized aquahc-lmproveme-nt_usin:g�a_cottaborsr�ive.�.m..uFti- - disciplinar-y_-appr ao ch. ��� �a P ROJ ECTE D COSTS �wMe� � H�A, !'°-`� R AT�� City of McCall 32 CITY CO CIL PACKET Page 153 of 248 NOVEMBER 21,2019 . a� �° � �� ��,�� �„�C��� � �, � o�.o t/�-�"� � � (,���c ? PROGRAM AREAS �'r�hCe� ` � � , u���� �s� The images below show character sketches of what the proposed program�paces ma include. These sketch s may provide inspiration in the types of spaces that may be included in this project. � s�a:�, �'y''� �� � 2 LZ-e�Lyy�'�D/4' � -- � � _ � +�y x ; � � . �� :,->, _ �;'° �" � . -. . Iy . ' � ' ' _ { ' - � i '� : _ _ i A� � �.` _ _- - - �! � - � � - {.Tu.� �.,. . _.� ' ' i` - .�.�-- - - '� 'i.,.L = . ii � �i Z __l[ 1\\�\. - Operable walls for seasonal functionality, unconditioned space below the event space. ;., ,,� },o ,. •� i� r - � �k4. .; � - � a � e, , �. 2 4,..i�-{ e _ 'i � j a . ���; : 11; �,:,���_� _.�- , �4. .�. r-" � 1� :� _ r�' :l' ;�. �,� .� 1'� 3 �k�� 'a � a- �=__✓'. --- il � 'r�, Event space images above boat houses, bridal prep room (green room) , � � ' � �. t- - . ,a w.� ?: G�-;. . �+, r� - . . � - �� � � ' S �:1J�� ��s : a 1� � : _ �oa - - - - - ��-;:.�;.- --�.��.: - �. - � ,� �• . - �:'r:•-�. . r .. _ . . ,.�.. `, . " ' �,:. z , .. . ._ � - :s•._'F�g `u::.+�1., r . . . ,;,_. .....: , n . �. �•�' . Regional event space images, caterers prep kitchen. � �� .s ._, ,� :� ,�F^ .i}: �- -_"__ ' _ _ •.1-' _ � '-;` -- '- - r I ' � 1F� '� .'� �� _ __ Boat Stora�e, boathouse facilities. m�,� �_^ ���e��� ���P��w7 Y�C P�O�,_E:�lT�1-�411V�a:X:�D=FJ�E � `�"'� t��'"` � Consider time of day use opportunities. Constraints 'r�clu.�de limit�d-�rJcing-orrsi�e, car-npe-tition-wit_h�eXistin� fa��cos o-eonsfruct/oper �e. Ideas include yoga/movementstudio, museu ery, McCall Recreation /��- indoor classroom, community boat orkshop, or an educational branch of partner organi tion. L�E"�'� �1� 1S r '��v�-�r��(J�iZvt-S�l�`"' *h��� R �'�� W� PROGRAM/ CHARA�TER �,>�{ � � . �'�` +AM-: R Al'I O� H PA� City of MeCall " � 7 24 CIT'Y CO CIL PACKET /� ����� • Page 145 of 248 NOVEMBER 21,2019 �h,p `S � li V� � PROGRAM BREAKDOWN The program spaces can be roughly calculated based on previous projects of similar function and the case studies included in this document. Th�-�pp'e:r and lower-leuels_ofthe:Community-Event Centerand-BQ:afh�se f,uncti_oxr_a_s-two-separ-ate-programs_c%nd_will-be_defi`�r�d�by a'lffere_r_it_occppancy-c-lassificatio�s�an�b:uilding r�qu�r-er-rrents. The Program breakdown shown below is determined by an approximate 2,500-square foot event space and all of the spaces that support it. As a func-t�on-of-eeonomy-the-buil�li_n�is`�being�tudied-as�5 two ,stor-y str-uc-tur-e-where both-levels-have-appr-oximately-Ghe same fo_atprrnt.� ,� Area , #Units NSF NSF Total Level Orientation Conditioned Occupant Load Factor . Occupanty ---- --- --------------------- -- - �_._�_ __.... _ __...-- --- ------ ----- � - - ------------ --- ---------, level 1(S) ,_ i Storege Watercraft Storage 3,650 3,800 1 West No 300 Gross 13 Staff Areas 370 Boat office 1 100 100 1 - Yes 100 Gross 1 Maintenance Room 1 200 200 1 - No 300 Gross 1 Mechanical 1 70 70 1 Restrooms *Public Restrooms/Changing Areas 2 70 140 1 West No 15 Net 9 Only 1 Restroom Needed(1/100 Occupants) Outdoar Boat Prep Space/Wash Area West Total Levell ��4,350.', 24 Level 2(A-2J - - -._ _ . . _ - - � A-2 _ Restrooms(1:75 WC Men,1:75 WC Women) 4 70 280 2 - Yes 300 Gross 4 4Total(2610ccupancy) Green Room 1 150 150 - Yes 100 Gross 1.5 Storege 270 1 Table Storage 3 24 72 2 - No 300 Gross Chair Storage 17 6 102 2 - 300 Gross Misc Storage 1 96 96 2 - 300 Gross Staff Areas `Event office 1 100 100 2 - Yes 100 Gross� 1 EventSpace 2 1250 2,500 2 West Yes 15Net 167 Kitchen/Catering Prep Space 1 250 250 2 East Yes 15 Net 17 Lobby 1 250 250 2 East Yes 15 Net 17 Outdoor Deck 1 800 800 2 West No 15 Net 53 Total Level 2(Not including Deck) . �4;S0➢b 261 Total�Net Square Feet �.,8 8'ID'`;-� 284 15%Gross Factor(Wall Thickness,Circulation, MEP)Applied to L2 . 675 Total 9,485 PROGRAM BREAKDOWN � `����� �'�A' �� HPA 25 City of McCall �''"• R AT�� CITY COLJNCIL PACKET . Page 146 of 48 NOVEMBER 21,2019 L O T � " _ ' "_..- __ _ ' . ' 7 ,�_y -.�±�� City owned parcel � R' d�`__+r-'-�fy � between 1400-1V1i11�=Rdi ' j=��f ,�� �� � and 1302-MJlGRda , �+s • -"�'�_J �' ' �� r �, - �1�, r",� 1 , . �' ,` 'k_`'_�" �- � i � LOT SIZE j �U X ��' �� � - � -� � . f $It2 �il�jA' .11 ,:�.-=�r J L�.� 9 600 SQFT(320'z80_')� Adjacent Zoning to Site � , b � • 1 `- � �1 (Following the CBD �,�� ' �� 1111%/� `�; � ='j_� ,'-�-' - � 11l1 �� r`_ ; _ � . ad"acent ro ert lot � � � � fi �-�_' J p P Y � ' �< <�.-i��-�; �_=_�.1y IinesJ �� � i � .. _ __ F ,��,� � �,� �:�-�= ? V � � � �•s•�•:=,�_-�,� ; _�,{j� OWNERSHIP �� � �,�� � „�' �!` �./�'�� �'��n;: � � � , � .� '� City of McCall �W xy`�' � `� �� _ - _ " ; � d�5 ; � � .�� ` , �,. , ADJACENT � �'1� � �� � �.�"....�, � � , ZOIVING ..�� _--�.�.--�—r—, 68D��'Cen'tral-B'usiness' �Dis�ict)-=='� -'- - - - ' , SETBACKS (CBD) � I 0 Feet Setbacks from j all Property Lines - � i � ' � MAX SIZE �"' "�° �9,-1�O�F Lot-Coverage� � (95°0 9,600) � ;'� , ' �5'IVlax�l=leig'ht 1 �30'Min Street - � � � Fr-or.itage � ; PARKING � �� � P�4aaFt, N�r_lzr.ng_-Mini um m j ---� - � i�n-Urb_an=Renewal � - 17}, istri�t. ,. T .� � BIKE PARKING . _ _. _ — - - �-2espaces , � ' � ; ,.� . - . -:_ � � LOADING , �. _ �� , "`—�^ i:; i 70o ft) : ' �No-Code�Requrrement. � � :� �Dr_-op=af�zone=should -. be accommoda'ted�on � - � bo�„th..�str�. � �• . , � � , � �' -- - - _- --- --- - N �, 1000' �"�� SITE �"pm: R AT I O� H P/�, City of McCall 20 CITY CO CIL,PACKET - Page 141 of 248 NOVEMBER 21,2019 SITE CONSTRAINTS AND PARKING CONNECTION TO WATERFRONT OPPORTUNITIES • P�;,ar,krng..�t�,�gurGements for-�BD�r-equiG�s • Consider a raised pedestrian crossing from the on3ite�arAing�ol.'pay�tenteto_pa�lpg7o� boathouse to the waterfront improvements. • Hesid�e.ntra(7leighb�Ys(CBD zoningJ E�P trustfkrnd. • Amenit�es for pa�k provided within boathouse. located at adjacent lots to the south d�--- ,�/ and _otp entially=to the��nb�ith. • McCall Lake Front Urb.a28enewal Di�ct Is�t�hec�need fo'r-an-a er_hour public � �Y f f���ff Guidel�nes_m.ay.provide exeeption to=zoned restroom?, ,r ' ; �( • 12.+-eet-o,• raderdi erence etweer �--- � tt7e_East.(highJ•�nd'Wes�t'(Low�i par,/ring re'qUir�nts. • Consider matching architectural design • N1a�e trees near the property line on elements on both sides of E.Lake street.(ie. 6� the North(East and WestJ in ormational kiosk LOADING AND DELIVERY f ) �l� �jt'� tremelyJ�mi�d_srte•pocking �" '', • Eesidenhal condos�to�the�Eas� ���a�� • �Two front doors(bu�lding has frontage ' toading Zone-recommended-oJf Mrll St, N O RT H E R N LATITU D ES on MillStreet and E Lake Street t���h.direet•aceess to-Kitehen/-Event Space. D • Looding Zone recommended off E.Lake • Narr,ow�5t� • PaTh of the sun changes dramatically � �`� --�-- �S��ith_ac'"-eess-fo'-�oo�stora e acil�t �/� Snow storzrgevn�snoyv?mingah'on� 9 f �� seasonally affecting passive solar st�ategies b��� p� waU_be,a�chaflengn(10_f,t�e��ks`�� (TrailerAccommodationJ. and potent�al Photo-voltaic array feasibility. r� accornmodate-sn_o_w�o��ol`d-snow-orrs . "*� � °�'`�`f� ADA �Sunset-loeai�omis�an:iCnpa aq�i�an �l roof}�i �in thir_•des�gt�t�nd_ve"ries w�dely'=6y.�season.See • Sun on the South axis of the building Appendix 1 fori!lust"a on. (long axis) - • Design to comply with 2017AN51 A117.1 Accessibility requirements. ,; _ U 1 l� � - —� r�\ „ � � h �Y ���. � �,I � �� .� � � ; � � �,� � - _- ; - � -� � ; . _:\,, � � � ,;� �- /� � ` j�/ � � ` � � � r-��� �_ � �\ ��\ ._>, a � o —� � _ � � � w � _ ,- , � ; � ,� ._ ;____ P , J�- (r�'--� � r MATURE TREES�") \,I � ��ene�i �;ii� ' � .� � � � � � i � Payetlo Lnko � � 0 � 5Nr�4v��k � � /i I � � `� �� '—- -�...,j �� $ �� � �p�/P , `'�� �� � �` % � � i � � 1 -��It_o- � ��� �r�� J �� � � :m '� ��) � ��� 1 , y � ', f..^_,a _ -�'+ . , -. .1 � '� �.w., "�- ' , �� . � � �� ' �Z _'_._L__ -_' , . , � :t�� �.o n j----� � . . : PARKING_ PARKING SITE ANALYSIS 1" =100' N � SI T E '��'��` �''r � H�A 21 City of McCall, ��� R AT I O CITY COiJNCIL PACKET Page 142 of 48 NOVEMBER 21,2019 LOCAL EVENT SPACES A brief overview of some of the existing event centers within a close proximity of McCall Idaho. EVENT VENUE SHORE LODGE CAMP ALICE NORTHFORK BRUNDAGE PITTENGER LODGE MOUNTAIN CAPACITY ������-2925 Square- 100 GUESTS-(LodgeJ 200�C`uES.TS=(�¢dqe) 2��TS(Main LodgeJ feet � 1�e°sts(Mountain-topJ (Upper PavilionJ � {, �y,� �� �, - �1f� �� � �� c�r6o-�u��zsgo saFr ��,����s ����.z{' ` Q � �J (Lower PovilionJ � �� � � �V`�,�� ��� � 150 GUESTS-2756 SQFT v�"��� " ��/4 „� (Edwards BallroomJ � � � , ���� �� � , ; �r . �. , \r 6� 1;5� (U� � Unknown S500C1 Weddiri s� $ ;OOa-�iit�t d e ��✓" CO ST/DAY � ��---�•.' p 1 "�� �.�.-�L�.9� � 9 ) �,,(`� $3-_�oOo��L�C) � (SeasonalJ $3,000•.Mczantain TopJj � �`�. 7S0_(EdwarrlsJ � _ A. , Y�w � �� ,� �,,,� �,,��.��—� � � �o v-� �� �y�� co�vf- • 0 W N E RS H I P ri�(Historic LodgeJ �—Priva e(GirlScoutsJ �ate�(RV ParkJ Pr vl ate(Ski Area) D ESC R I PTI O N The lodge has multiple event A rustic venue for events Grand lodge holds up 8rundage has a number rooms for different srzed and weddings. This is the to 200 guests. ��g of different options for parties Cost�t,�r,bui site of a girl scout camp on he-summ2�'� ason,-the event or wedding rentals � doesn't-indude-many�the the shore of Poyette Lake in lodg� e-rs-c-losed.�ta,events+i from outdoor/moun[aintop a�s.�� ~� McCall.Lodge and Cabins Off season rentals are to renting out the Main ��� available. availabfe. Lodge. LO CATI 0 N Located in McCall,on the Located in McCall,on the LocaYed in McCall,Soutir Located in Adams County. western edge of downtown east side of Ponderosa of downtown. Northwest of McCall. along Payette Lake. State Park along Payeite Lake. ��I�r`l�i"� � �� �-- - _ �'_ -- - - �'� �� � --- ~�-'�' 'r� � � � _ ,� � � -- �'• �V _._ i ,; �� , �� .r :'? `^p � � . _' ' � ,�„t��t •'�r ,; •3k ��et ti�: P_t-� :1 �� .. � s � � �,Sy���� ��=rr ; ';f !'s - ,����.� � � - =� �. t� _� �� 1� � _ ���. �r�� I NVENTORY �'`' � H PI� City of McCall 16 ��-. R�AT I O CITY CO CIL PACKET- Page 137 of 248 NOVEMBER 21,2019 BLACKHAWK ON THE THE HUNT LODGE THE ARLING NO BUSINESS MCCALL LAKE � RIVER Holiday Inn CENTER LODGE CRUISES -- Express Tamarack Resort 80-100 GUESTS(LodgeJ 1�Q�E5,�-(Banquet 200 GUESTS-2,469 Square- 100 GUESTS-(Outdoor 85 GUESTS-(Boat on Payette . 200 GUESTS Room) Feet-(GrangeJ TentJ Lake.J (Outdoor Tent) 2400 SQFT. 1000 SQFT Aux Room" 140 GUfSTS-(ChapelJ Lodging available on site. 49 GUESTS Schoolhouse �� � � ' � . '��4fi1_p�irr�ipv�P'a'cl�ge�;��15�24�fi'otttr_en�Cr!) l/arious PackagesAvailable 7;�b0yt�i�e`e�� avt�ur:tttse$�5GT� � � , $6 500 qdoorfffl door � hnd �ling lodging for 22��u��3�3D� P kdge personsJ our,GruEse$4,�� � ^ ' r Privdte(NOA) Private(HotelJ Private(Resortf Private(Residence) Private(BoatJ This is 6 subdivision tiiat Large room within Cluster of event rental Informol outdoor wed- Public cruise boaf that offers their lodge for events the hotef,seats 120 facilities at Tamar6ck ski ding venue with lodging operates for private event . as welf as lodging in a guests.Price includes AV resort. The facilities have on the banks of the river. rental.Cruise p6ckages � number of town homes on equipment tables ond been designed for wed- The rental includes the include drinks.Catering ,' . site. chairs. dings and meetings. entire 10 acre property available. for the weekend. Located in Valley County Located in downtown Located in Valley County Located in l/alley County Seasonal operation;located Southwest of McCall. McCall. West of Donnelly. South of McCall. on Payette Lake in McCall. r� '., �.;: " ., � . ' q�5����,�sT 3s i.. �:, .��".,V;� �,"� / rY;.lh ��,,7 ys '� .R.� -'+'c-� ..� . ' '�� ��- I 9 „ _ i 1 � � ._�.:' :^ _"r^'_ .�`� � _ �„�:4�-�"�.-�_ �''� . � l ' f:, ��.�`��...'z�...�:.c.��. L � I NVENTORY �~� � - �. _ f.,� �. 17 City of McCall� A►"(R�AT I o N pA CITY COUNCIL PACKET ` Page 138 of 48 NOVEMBER 21,2019 BARBER PARK EDUCATION AND EVENT CENTER This case study presents an example of a local facility that's geographic locafion, size, cost and operations are very closely aligned with McCall's proposed Community Event Center and Boathouse. Th�s Municipr�!l.y�.�un.ed na d�operated�Even�C�nter in�&oi�e ,Q,��, operate-s=year-around_and inc.ud�pa-vilion and�indoor_sp—ace. R R R R 1l LOCATION �`� -_.—�-- _,�, —.���-�n �� BOISe, �� : o c a s�� L t. o o tti �� � Q SIZE .� , y � �: . . : �'� o o � _ _ � � � � 3136 SQFT -' � , o o g - - - -�—, ------ OWNERSHIP — --- ---- - -- - � • �----------- d ' . . : Ada county Parks and ' Waterways ' r- �, - a , ; �; � S� �� �, a'^. CAPACITY �, _- 250 Seated at Tables � � ARCHITECT .RE ��1� :� ����L� F ,._-��� ..��'-� �w��e i + 1 ;' t,� ��� - ' [; ��� � � �'� ��}� �� - �" " ` � � ;.Jy �s������ - -- -- = �=___=�.-_--_ - -_- \n� - .. -'�.-/� Y roy� ; �l, � _��..�. l,.i�,.--'f,,.. 1�� �� , � _ -' �.\ _ --�_:._�_�-,-� `�"'�-�_ � �� � --- . . � '- _� �/ Photos:adacounty.id.gov/parksandwaterways/education-and-event-center/ D E S C R I PT I 0 N Site-Along the-Bois�i�the southeastern edge of Boise(226,000 population in 2017J. The site is situated , betweentheBois��freer�b�t:t�ar:an�=fhe_Bn�se�itexin_a'suburbanparl�YThe�qC.ound asol -co tan�=a�tiotzt�c`amp;� �Ado.cpur�ty_offic�as ar�d maintena�c�faciliti�es ond a river ra a�_tct6Q.cera�al.con"cession'di}e.On-site porking of� approximatel��S60�cars-is-available-with•asmall:packing fge. � Building-The building-is a-singl�e-story stwcture-inriYha.detachert�pen-air-pavilio�The center is3�36�sc�fThe main � hpll-is•approximately 2900•sgft with an_indoor capauty-of 250 pe,oplerpetgched•pavrlio_n is-approximately 2�OOspft. ,,Q�,�J �v` y fCater.er prep room, Mens ond-Wo�n s Rest�room��door_and-outdoo,Lo�cess There-is�a�br+de�s-rflom_with a_craf�or � V" L� �� y and va.r��ity_ur�daigh 'ng. Addih'onally-there�are-Z-F�rep ace�,ampJe�Stor.age� 2 �-�--- ----4---� �.� , � � �� Op�er_a`t�aris,�2.�T�Qper.ated6ytheAd�ounty-Parks-and,Waterwa_,ys�departme „n� � � Th,e"even�center..hosts_approximntely 120�.24.hour centdls p�r,�y�ear. � \2 ��, A significant porh�on of facility's income come fro�ensed-exclusive alc'ohol vendor confrac= � �( Henter-s-pay for req.ui[ed_secur.rtyyua�ds. � — � CAS E ST U DY 1 a�'_:'��RATIO� H�A City of McCall 10 CITY CO CIL PACKET Page 131 of 248 NOVEMBER 21,2019 GREATER HARTFORD JAYCEES COMMUNITY BOATHOUSE This case study presents an example of a facility that co _b�t��8�rt�bn�se with . R A an -ue-n�ren�al-eenter�The pr.o�m�art�dsiz��r�ver_.�im-i ar�cEa�7-s r�d=� �� p -P- Cornm.unity-E e t��e��8oa�hous� The facility is located on the east coast and is J operatec�bya-�uniEipally-a-ffilrafe-�non-pr-o 't-o ganrzafio�} �� __ - --- - _ux3oi •.:� �. 4i^v - - - - - - _ _ .� LOCATI ON , - - ----- - - F. � - Hartford, CT . � _ � ,F f - _- __ - ��� �� � � e ���a ,- t� u .�,:._ -. - S I Z E �_ - � '�, '' 12,600 SQFT ..,} .,�_ .. _ - --- ' .=.-. (2,236 SQFT Main Hall) OWNERSHIP Riverfront Recapture (non-profit parks dept) CAPACITY 150 Seated at Tables � . �.� - �: � ARCH ITECTU RE JCJ Architecture � � . �� � Photos:www.riverfront.org parks riverFront-boathouse �� . � Overview-The Community boathouse and event center has boa or.age�an ��eve177ntL(i,large_qather_ingJ D E S C R I PTI O N spose-on-�he-se�ond-1�4e1.The vee nt-center-is-ovoilable¢oWrenta s�cop_i'Ma =[Jecem er and accomrtaodates�l-�(31 peopl'�seoted•ohtables-and•more-if•vsing-tents. �"'-`�— Site-The boathouse feotures o lo ge-paxking-! Y to the west ond o lo�ge-�d� e eas�"fhat7aal�over the patio and Connecticut River.The boathouse is situated within Riverside Park immediately north of downtown Hartford Connecticut. Building-Th . _¢usels_on.ap�r.�cim�y`�.1�60��storystructure.that has boat storage on the lower level . and is an event center on the second level.The event center contains a"back of house"portion to the west thaf , includes a stage,service room,and mens and womens restrooms. The main gathering portion of the second level is � � ,, a 2236 sqft main hall that opens to the large covered porch on the eost. � Operations- Rive�r�[nmt Recap rut e.r,s'mnor�profit-arqoniz� ai�on�thotmanages-t� he-rit?er_.front=pztrk ond Ie�o�7�ib7Cc1 � pn�ate-effortto-rev'rtalrze#he nver �antzrr�tYin`the ci�7c.of7.9ri_ ord apd Ea.s�tH:" or �C7:This groap manages the rental and offers catering through a 3rd party exclusive catering contract CASE STU DY 2 �_ � � � �'y;RAT�I O�� 11 ��tyofM��� HPA CITY COUNCIL PACKET - Page 132 of 48 � - NOVEMBER 21,2019 INTRODUCTION- This report is designed to assist th_e�Ci_ty-of Mc-Ca11-wi.th-.dete--rm.in.in:g-the f,eas±b_rJ_i_ty_of-constr_uctin:gWaYC-o.m�.m.:u��°ty�8_o-_a_t.h_ouse�an_:d_-Ev.er-r.t�Cen_ter alon:g� Pake�tte.�:L_gke_i.tzMcC-ol��l.daho. The feasibility study summarized in the following report has been prepared by�-Rat'ro/MFA�hi�tee-t5 ancl3can be ` � . �ed as a_r_oa_d-map for-th��cmple-`r-ne=n�tation-of-the projecf� • � � �, a� � � � .�--- -- s! �- - . �,���� �.e n�ee,•1���'`�_ l� ��=���C�r—( ` �,e ,ti�c�-�v�-�/ ' 7" f � ������ INTRODUCTION ����4 �� H P/� �e�", R AT�� City of.McCall 2 CITY CO CIL PACKET Page 123 of 248 NOVEMBER 21,2019 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY- In Jarzuar�of 2Q1'8 a group of MrCall_citizens_pr�posed the-o-ppor-tunity-to-bu��ld and sustain:abJy ope ar e a pubJi.cl_y-_a.ccessi.ble-ce.n:ter_fo�r_-m:e.etings, e�ve_n.ts;_edu-.cation and re-cr-ea.tion, co.m,bi�ned wit,h.yea.r_r_o_ur�_d no.n�motor_ize-d ligMt water-cr-aft stor-age�on a city owned parcel between 1400 and 1302 Mill Road in McCall. f ----- � �- ����i. � �\�1�The proposed 96D0 squar-e feet crfy-owne-d-par-cel len�ds-i_tself to-a-two;.st_ory desig7�, with �, pr�liminary�arch_ite�tu.r-al-pr-og:ra_m.ming in.cludin_g_a bu.ildin.g=of-a.ppr-oxima�tely 100 feet long� n the east�west�-axis and approxir-�r-ately 50 feet�uide oi�_th�.n.or-th=south=axis. The ground floor, a ��--�- �p d.ayli�h�t b_a_s�et�t_e_nt,_f-r_onting on-Ecrst`Lake St'reet, provides=the opportunity-�to provide-storag.efor ��, standmup p.a.ddle-boar-ds;canoe-s,-ka�j'aks, r_%wing sculls, and other-h�uman powered=water-craft. � The upper floor of the building frontin on Mill Street is envisioned to cons�st rima-r-il o-a lar_k e �S�� 9 P Y �f� 9 , ap_p-.roximatel_y=4;500.�sq.uare feet space-to-acc-ommodate�ar��e_tier.�t�ce��e�,=restro_o:ms;_an._d_-a� c�ter_e.r's�prep ra at�on-space:-� The scope of the feasibility study has been broken into four parts and includes case studies, a physical concept, an estimated budget for construction, and a s,tudy,o.f_-t_h:e_-f.inun�ial�viab.ili.�:y�of the project. The4study=rncludes-an--analysis of-h-ow�the projec-�fits-into-th:e�p:r_io.ri.ti.es�o�r Mc,Call consi� der-ing_the-pr .p.o�ed�L-ibr�r_y�expansi_on, Ci-vic-Com.-pus�e�h:an:cements, and the Ponderc�sa Ge.nter�' r Qri�lf�-, � In summary, the d_esa.g.n�te-ar-ra�r-�co.rnm�nd�-tbe�Co_cnm;un.i.ty_E.v_er�t C_e_nte.r and eoa.thouse�as y � ct�deu�lopmen�-o-pp=o-rtunrty that-would-�rovide a-muc-h-needed servic-e-to-cor-n�pler-ne-n.t the w-�terfront-i.mpr_a�eme-nts th.a.�are a.lready-un�le�way, and to se�rvewthegrowing_co.�m..mun.i:�y�of �cG�rll. The recently cam:pleted.:com.pr_ehensi-ve p�lan for-the-=C�ty=of McCall-includes a number of � � �S�` goals and strategies that are in supp-ort of-a project like=this. The growing popularity of McCall �5 as a tourist destination and the appa.�r-ent�nee-r�for thas=scale r-ent=a�le�e_uen.t cen:ter-s-implies-the �p:o:�n��l f�1p7=o�e��th:at .w_ou.ld�er_ue-asuan-�rm:po:r-ta�nt��u-stct�iriable asse�for�t.h:e.�ci.ty�_of_McCa.IJ:, t� The proposed 9000�quar-e foot Communi"t-y Event Cente�r and Baa€house-could�be-c-on�t cu er d`a� a cost of approximately 4��m.illian�d�l(ars. A variety of funding options are outlined in Part three of this document. Once constructed, the p.o.te.n,tial-income_of th_e=e_-v_ent-r_ental and;stor_a:ge r_ental sp�rces_co:Uld�con.ce.i�vabfy provi_deQayva_lu_a.b-le_asset-to�th:e�comm�u—ni�ty�o.f-McCal1. ��(r ��, -� � �t���- �� �� ���,�... � � � � �- � � EXECUTIVE SU 10�/I MARY �~� � ���a' � H�A 3 City of McCall �•'• �`AT�� CITY COLJNCIL PACKET Page 124 of 48 NOVEMBER 21,2019 McCAI.L CITY COUNCIL � � - 216 East Park Street -. AGENDA BILL � ���'� McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-244 � ' - ��;�� �� . �,r=�i' Meeting Date November 21, 2019 � � � AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Department Approvals Initials Originator or Su orter Feasibility Study fo� Construction and Operation Ma or/Council of a Community Event Space and Boathouse ci Mana er Clerk Treasurer "� � Communi Develo ment Ori inator � i�'Q���� Police De artment �ip a �� ` Public Works '����✓Y�-(! Golf Course COST IMPACT: $4.3 million Parks and Recreation Supporter FUNDING Unknown Ai ort SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: TBD Information S stems . Grant Coordinator SUMMARYSTATEMENT: On�ebru�ar�-`-23,20_L8;there was a work session regarding the conceptual proposal for a�c�Qmmunity,�space ____ _ �an.d_b:oat�house-str-ucture-on-Ci-ty-owne:cLprope-`-`�rGy-known-as�the Spr-uce-Street�right of way or—`Hil.l.-Cl:iriib Pa�The City Council was supportive of this concept on the City owned property and wanted a f�asib.'ility �s�tudy to better understand the project. OounciL.appioved the...us.e_o�I,DT funds-for-the-study. On � lu��i, 2,0_1:9�a contract w-ith Humphr-ies-Poli was-approved-for-pr-ofessional_ser�ices_for-a--Feasibilitx Study for the construction and operation of a Community Boathouse. Attached is final report that has been reviewed by City Staff and citizen Jim Pace who presented the original concept to Council. The�co�,sL�ltant=uvi=ll=b�pi��s�nt toapr-ovid�-an�oveivievw-of the-final-d u�o ment. ��" �" � . RECOMMENDED ACTION.• '� �� � �,Q"v � Adop�tlle-Goinmu�sty Event C-enter-and=Boafhouse Eeas.�b'il�Study as a pl�anning6doeument-and provide direction-to-staf£; ��La�f:'''S (`c� G� �J l.w✓�n�v�.f �t;i,�1,1,,e-„�L' a,L �4�-�.�-J`�--�t� `'— �LG UJ v v � (�G-2 �-� RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION Februa 23,2018 Work Session on the conce t of communi s ace and boathouse Jul 11,2019 Council a roved contract for Feasibili Stud �'1't�� d r� �` �1z e�v {����� am.e�L�� �--�� j6cc�,i� 70 � � ���� � �o%��� � � � -����- ���a���� ��.`'� � �yrr�� �y � 1�-G� Ylov���as���� f�zd��=�' ���.�-e �- �f l���c �- Y����Yt C'c��v�.��,� s� }/f et-��� �'��.Gr�- CITY COLJNCIL PACKET Page 121 of 248 NOVEMBER 21,2019 �_ __ � £ i_ _ _.,*, ; - — , -- M ;} t .� 3'�^i�' _ t"'���� ; � _ eri...�. , . ��:, �? 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" >, ,'o... ; ,� . .. .. .��: �a,- x�;� �- n: ..r ., , .Fi... , ,. 4 ' �_ ��_ ,..:a_ . _ .<.�. . r :- «� .- . .-w ,- ,� _ r . -.... , .._ < ,.s„t. . -a ... :. . . > , �_:.. �� �, -. , �:�„i.�:-.-," ;:, . � - ��;_ F ��:. 3 �i�. FEA5I �ILITY STUDY COMMU � ITY EVEI� T CE �ITER AND � OATHOUSE � CITY OF MCCALL, IDAHO NOVEMBER , 2019 � t � � . ��'� � ' � � � ��..����I�AT l �`� N�� � �iry of.McCaI1 CITY COLJNCIL PACKET Page 22 of 248 NOVEMBER 21,2019 McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall,,�.daho 83638 . f � Number AB 19-256 �i''� Meeting Date 1Vovember 21, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Originator Department Approvals Initials or Su orter Req.�ues�-to App�oue=the A=�endment�l\ro:1-7'0� Ma or/Council �Enter-prise_:Saftwa�e Lieense�4���ee�zent R��ewing c� Mana er - —_,�.,,, Clerk Ori inator the Ente�p�ise:So_f_twzay�e Lieense Ag�eement-wath Treasurer Af�chiv_eS�eial Communi Develo ment Police De arhnent Public Works Golf Course COSTIMPACT: $2,388 Parks and Recreation FUNDING General Fund Ai ort SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: November 2019 Information S stems Grant Coordinator SUMMARYSTATEMENT: In November 2018, McCall City Council approved an Enterprise Software License Agreement with ArchiveSocial. The contxac.�was_writtennvyith�the�ro�ision=to=allo_w�or"Licens�eeama.y_ele.cr�to�r_enew-this �--`"�---�=— . <__1Agreement=thereafter for_s.uccessi�e_p_eriods-of-1 yea;r(each,a"Renewal Term")by providing_written-n,otice of renewal-to Licensor�at_least���da�s�prio�ta�the-schedulecl=expiration-of-th�is-Agr�er�ent." S�taff is, r�equesting-the=r.enewal=of-`th�-agreement�for_orie=(1)year.T�s�expense-is-accounted=for=in=the=�Y�20=budget. Attached is a copy of the agreement and the renewal. � � �v�" RECOMMENDED ACTION: Approve the Amendment No. 1 To Enterprise Software License Agreement Renewing the Enterprise Software License Agreement with ArchiveSocial and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION CITY COLTNCII,PACKET Page 109 of 248 NOVEMBER 21,2019 AMENDMENT NO. 1 TO ENTERPRISE SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT (ArchiveSocial,Inc—City of McCall,ID) This Amendment No. 1 to that certain agreement entitled "Enterprise Software License Agreement" between the City of McCall and ArchiveSocial, Inc., ("Agreement") effective November 8th, 2018 is made and entered into effective as of the date this Amendment No. 1 is fully executed by and between the parties. Pursuant to the renewal provisions set forth in Section 4(a) of the Agreement, the parties hereto agree to amend the Agreement as follows: 1. The Agreement shall be renewed for one additional year effective November 9th,2019 through November 8th,2020. 2. Except as provided herein, all other terms, conditions and covenants of the Agreement shall remain in full force and effect. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, authorized representatives of the parties hereto have executed this Amendment No. 1 effective on the date fully executed. LICENSOR: ArchiveSocial,Inc. By: Name: Title: LICENSEE: City of McCall,ID By: Name: Title: CITY COLTNCII,PACKET Page 110 of 248 NOVEMBER 21,2019 % �� /� �: `C_� McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-254 Meeting Date November 21, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Originator Department Approvals Initials or Su orter Request to Approve the Extension of the Cont�act Ma or/Council for Janitorial Services witlz Fi�st Class Cleaning c� Mana er � Se�vices Clerk Treasurer Communi Develo ment Police Department -,:=?'�=� Originator Public Works Golf Course COST IMPACT.• $4680.00 Parks and Recreation FUNDING General Fund Ai ort SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: November 30, 2019 Information S stems Grant Coordinator SUMMARYSTATEMENT.• In��tovem"``ber-201�8;�McCa�l�l-City-Council--appro�ed=a-cleanin_.g_contractafor�tlie_rie_r�.-�oiice_Department building with Fir.st-Glass.C-leani.ng�Serv�iees�The contract was written with the provision to allow for"two (2) additional one (1) year periods, under the same term and conditions". Justin Williams, Chief of Police, is��equesting-the=extension of-the-contractfor one-(1)-y�.-ar.Tlirs-expense-is�accocinted-fox in_the=F_X20ebudget. Atta hc ed=is-a-copy-of the=agreement and=the=renewal. ���' . RECOMMENDED ACTION: � - Request Council to approve the extension of the contract for janitorial services with First Class Cleaning Services and authorize the Mayor to sign necessary documents. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETINGD�4TE ACTION CITI'COUNCII,PACKET Page 71 of 248 NOVEMBER 21,2019 McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-252 � Meeting Date November 21, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT.' Originator , DepartmentApprovals Initials or Su orter Request to Adopt Resolution 19-21 Autlzorizing tlze Ma or/Council Sa'�f the`Surplus Personczl Body Armo�•=to=VaZley C1erkMana er Co_un.ty_Sh.e�if.f'S-Of.-�Ce Treasurer Communi Develo ment Police De artment JW Ori inator Public Works Golf Course COST IMPACT: NA Parks and Recreation FUNDING NA Ai ort SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: ASAP Information S stems Grant Coordinator SUMMARYSTATEMENT: Idaho Code 67-5732A�allows-fhe=conveyance_of-sur-pl;us_personal�property-to-other�state-and-local-ageneies. The Valley County Sheriff's Office has requested to purchase the body armor worn b.y_-a_-for.mer�emp.ln��e � �'f the McCaY1�Police=Departm=ent. The former employee has accepted a position with Valley County Sheriff's Office.Body armor is custom fit and made for individual officers. B._od.y_armo�h.as_a�five�y_ear-1ife� The police department has prorated the cost of the v st to the remaining life of four years. The purchase pricefis $500:' �, � .r �// l �..�-�'1 5 �� �� 1�1,G�� . V �uG'� C,J�u.lti- ��2�`���J o-�c RECOMMENDED ACTION: �j�s � - (� Adopt Resolution 19-21 authorizing the sale of the surplus personal body annor to Valley County Sheriff's office and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION CIT`Y COLTNCIL PACKET Page 69 of 248 NOVEMBER 21,2019 �:-'�..�`':'�, City of McCall RESOLUTION NO. 19-21 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, Idaho Code 67-5732A allows the conveyance of surplus personal property to other state and local agencies; and WHEREAS, the City Council has deemed it unnecessary to maintain ownership of surplus personal property of the City; and WHEREAS,the City Council desires to sell Personal Body Armor to the Valley County Sheriff's �ffice:� � — — ------�—� 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 as Personal Body Armor. . Section 2: The City Council adopts the valuation of the surplus property listed and described in as � Personal Body Armor to be $500. � . Section 3: The City Clerk is authorized and directed to sell to the Valley County Sheriff's Office the surplus property listed as TASER X26 Tasers. Section 4: This Resolution shall take effect and be in force immediately upon its passage and approval. Passed and approved this 21 day of November 2019. CITY OF MCCALL , Valley County, Idaho ATTEST: Jackie J. Aymon, Mayor BessieJo Wagner, City Clerk Resolution 19-21 November 21,2019 Page 1 of 1 CITY COLJNCIL PACKET Page 70 of 248 NOVEMBER 21,2019 McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 �� Number AB 19-245 �j !"� ,,.:/,>./ �'`�!���{^ Meeting Date November 21, 2019 �..:-� AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION �UBJECT: Originator DepartmentApprovals Initials or Su orter Request to Execute the Land and Watef� Ma or/Council Conservation Fund State and Local Ag�eement ci Mana er " �� ,g � Clerk �� f ��( �C}d �i"L ----�1' R/l('/,r`G�-- i���6 Treasurer r 6� Communi Develo ment 6,F �j�s i.c.c�' � � ' �'�( � l ��-� � Police De artment � .� ��j� Public Warks ��� ��� 5 I `" " � Golf Course COSTIMPACT: $136, 004 � ;e�fi� � . Parks andRecreation �� Supporter FUNDING Land and Water Conservation Fu d Ai ort � SOURCE: ��y (; �''; Library TIMELINE: ASAP (�''� v e. `' Information S stems �� (� �� Eco Devo Planner i �,, Ori inator SUMMARYSTATEMENT• �r The-C=ity=of 1�IcC-a1:1��arks-and�Recreation=Department has=re��ived=formal--noti-ficatior�om=the-Idal�o Depar:trnent�o�.�ar-ksaand Re�r�atron=of--a L-and�and�W.-ate�.Gonser-vationvEund�grant award-pro�idin,g ��1�5-,004=to-support=�he-placemerit=of=-new=playgraund�equiprnent�and-associate.d p.athway,_drainage, ]andscaping=and-ADA�impr-ovemerits=iri Browri Par-k:Execution of the attached State and Local Project Agreement is required to secure the grant funds. Matching local funds of at least $136,004�(50%_'o.f=total�projec'ti,eost) are required for this grant program, which-reimburses_fo�.c_osts�accr.ued-dui'_ing_tlie-proje_ct_tiin�l;ir�e�(uz�ti_l�December 3-1 202-1,)�up-to-a-_total of-.3 ��.1=3;6;004. City staff have budgeted for the re.quired_local mat�ching funds through the CIP process. �_---- ------------�- � �, The State and Local Project Agreement(LWCF Grant Agreement P19AP00218) is attached. RECOMMENDED ACTION.• Authorize the Mayor to sign the Land and Water Conservation Fund State and Local Agreement. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION December 13,2018 City Council approved submittal of the Land and Water Conservation Fund grant a lication and authorized the Ma or to si n all necessa documents. CITY COLJNCIL PACKET Page 49 of 248 NOVEMBER 21,2019 ,. � LWCF Grarit Agreement P19AP.00218/16-00589 . 10/28%2019 � � � Page�1 of 14 ,� � STATE AND LOCAL � Project Sponsor: -- i PROJECT AGREEMENT City of McCall � � i Project Title: � Land and Water Conservation Fund Brown Park Playground ' ; Improvements ' Approval Date: Project Period: � Project No.: . � � September 25, 2019 09/23/2019 to 12/31/2021 16-00589 j ` � . . ' ., � � � � i Project Scope (Description of Project): , � a i i 1. Site Prep and Demo , � ; i 2. Design and Engineering ' i 3. Site grading, play structu're base construction ; � 4. Playground Structure (features &fall material) i 5. Playground Installation � , � 6. ._Pathway modifications, retaining walis & drainage work 7. Landscaping(trees) I , ; � Project Cost Breakdown: „ . � Total Project Cost as Shown by Rroject Proposal � $272,008.00 � Local Matching Funds of 50% . $136,004.00 { , i Federal FuncJs for this Project to Support Ceiling of*50% $136,004.00 ; , , 3 *Support Ceiling-The maximum amount of federal assistance that will be provided on a project. This amount is determined at the time of project approval contained in the project proposal. � . � The State of Idaho, represented by the Idaho P,ark and Recreation Board and the Idaho Department of Parks and � Recreation (hereinafter referred to as the State), and the Citv of McCall (hereinafter referred to as the Sponsor), � mutually agree to perform this agreement in accordance with the Land and Water Conservation Func!Act of 1965 � (hereinafter referred to as LVVCF), and any rules or regulations promulgated thereunder; and the Idaho � Administrative Procedures Act, IDAPA 26.01.33000 et seq., including the terms, conditions, plans, specifications, estimates and procedures established thereunder. . The State is authorized to enter into this agreement pursuant to Sections 67-4223, Idaho Code. I The State hereby promises, in consideration of the promises made by the local unit herein,to take the necessary steps and action to attempt to enter an agreement with the United States Department ofthe interior,National Park � Service, to obtain federal funds for that portion of the project referred from the United States and disburse the � same as it deems necessary to the local unit. �. � CITY COUNCIL PACKET Page 50 of 248 NOVEMBER 21,2019 � � ' ; �' j 2019 � 2020 � ID � Description � Original j Start ! Finisl �Jun j Jul i Aug 4Sep i Oct I Nov j Dec `Jan Feb �Mar �Apr.(May_i Jun � Jul ;Aug, )ct I Nov Dec ; i Duration i � `� i ", i � ; � � -� ; i� � � � �� � - I I ii � I I � i � � ' i � . � Ili � ; ; I � �i � l � i1 � � � � � , I �t� ii , � I 170 Assemble Recommendation to Award 5 08/05/20 08/11/20 :�Assemble �commenda � 180 Achieve Board Approval 10 OS/12/20 08/25/20 's � qchieve Board Apprqv — �` I; � 190 Issue Subcontracts 10 08/26/20 09/08/20 �Is�ue �l�coqtract$ ' �: 200 Mobilize onto site 10 09/09/20 09/22/20 ;�1VIob';z�onto si�e 210 F - i g. � � Demo�x <!'D . .I _-�iV� ��`�.c ���, '� ; � _ i/L �,� �S� � . , �6r � ��,�. - , � - .� . � ��`1�' --- - ; ' - , `—__-;' :-./, i�i: �y/ , , :i . , , ; � �• .� • � r; ;€` �; '< f t� • €� � . - ' ' _ i 's J: 1 iw; �' i :N� ❑. �': : N : �+: : C i N� �LL i 1 U: i •U ; a� � . O: : �a`'s Start Date: 07/11/19 Developmental Schedule Finish Date: 11/10/20 „��� Data Date: 11/13/19 Prepared By CM Company n Run Date: 11/13/19 McCall Library �I L� 11/18/2019 COMPANY,INC. McCall Public Library BLANK PAGE McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-262 Meeting Date November 22, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Originator Department Approvals Initials or Su orter Library Design Team Presentation an�t Wo�k Ma or/Council Session to Strategize Plans fo�Libra�y Expansion ci Mana er Clerk PNOf BCt Treasurer Communi Develo ment Police De artment Public Works Golf Course COST IMPACT.• A roximatel $7 Million Parks and Recreation FUIVDING Combination of private and public funds to be Ai ort SOURCE: determined Library �-�=��--- Originator TIMELINE: Potentially 2020 Information S stems Grant Coordinator SUMMAR I'STATEMENT.• Meg Lojek, Library Director will update project status and outline some decision points that are forthcoming. H���nl�r'___ae€�,.P�,i,���;�,i,hl,�� ti.�i�aaith e t�-.��ctt�r�a��,1����at team, C�any. A � s = ' 1, s �'� ' �ad ncil ��i .�a�ti��iderson, V�den+ Zi.�r�s,�R�•n�l��,l + a "� ial p � s<<i 1 rocess. Background: In � �b�i�i-bx�ar�Bc���d,���Gr�r�s�������j � ' � �1����ansion �� �, Committee to conduct a conceptual design study and space programming for a library expansion.The results 1�,�' of the 2016 study are available on the library website and in the library. The library team implemented a , �� funrlraiSin.���,g�17. �u���s�pr�i�e.rr�aq��shigh. In spring c���13�r-�i ' -�was a ��ged. (-'—�� �'mm�anv tx,ac brrn�a�t�i�;t�a�la���K�,C�ta �� hn�1c��.�19 We are now developing the floor plans and detailed budget. P � ��tn�e�hd�d■t��ms�ru *�-����������;.�.��-�v���i�t� r� a timely and cost e�f��-�e�rt3ar�er. RECOMMENDED ACTION: Provide feedback on overall project concept for preliminary design, parking,plaza and timeline. Staff will return to Council in early 2020 for direction on financing. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION ���is�s ID ; Ori inal 2019 ! 2020 _. __ - -�- . . _ -- Description � g Start � Finish t Jun !Jul ;Aug 'Sep,s Oct I Nov i Dec �Jan Feb i Mar ;Apr May ;Jun ; Jul Aug„ Sep .Oct �Nov�Dec ! ; � Duration � , , - , - � i I i � ' . '�iiil � ; jl , � � ill..ii �� i ,i � � l � I � il ,� ' � I : � � ;i � ' � � �� :; ' ' ' : iii � �' ��; 10 City Council Meeting-Approve Master Plan 1 07/11/19A 07/11/19A : �City Co.uncil(Vleeting-Qpprove Master�Plan; 15 Schematic Design Development 30 07/12/19A 08/22/19A ; �Schematic,Desi�n Developmen� 20 Cost Estimate-Schematic Design Level 20 08/23/19A 09/16/19A �Cost Estimate-Schematic Desig�n Level — 25 Developmental Design Development 60 08/23/19A 11/29/19 w�s�;�.-Developmental Deslgn D�velopmerjt : : t I : : : t : : 27 Cost Estimate Design Development 40 10/21/19A 12/13/19 Q �ubCist Estimate Design Development 30 Present Cost Estimate to Libra Board 0 01/09/20 '� . � � � . . . � rY Q Present Cost Esfimate to Library.Boarq 40 Present Pro'ect to Cit Council ` 0 01/16/20 ' � � . . . . 1 Y �Q••'.Present Pfojectto City Co�uncil� 50 �3 �� : &'inalize Bond Parameters(60 days prior to.Bon� � : : ; . .. . : : 60 Library Bond Election .� 0 �05/19/20 � &,ibrary Bond Election€ , ; , ;_ ' i : i i € ` ? �..;.....?: 70 Feasibility Study for Parks Department s� 90 ,09/30/19A� ��12/03/19 �����i Fe�sibility Stu�dy for Parks Departrpent : � � ,� =— ! � i E i � : :€ ` 80 Achieve Approval for Bureau of Land -_ _30 12/04/19 01/14/20 ; �� Achieve Approval for Bureau of Land € —, - "— : i � i � € �� s 90 Achieve Approval for SHPO 30 `01/15/20 02/25/20 � : ��;Achieve Approval fo[SHPO , '`'; _ � ': � I ; :' � € € '': c : ! 100 Finalize Design and Submit for Permit -parks Bld. 60 02/26/20 05/19/20 � ��� , —r� Finalize Design and Submi#for Permitl 105 Acquire Permit for Parks Building 20 05l20/20 06/16/20 ��Acquire Permit ; i� 110 Bid Project -Parks building � 20 05/20/20 06/16/20 . - � Bid Pcpject : 115 Achieve approval&issue contracts for Parks Building 5 06/17/20 06/23/20 :,': �`; � �Achieve approval&iss�e contr�c € ,: i ; : . : � 120 Parks Construction 80 06/24/20 10/13/20 ParJcs Gonst� 125 Move Parks Department 10 � 10/14/20 10/27l20 : �?Move Park 130 Complete Library Design 30 05/19/20 06/29/20 0; : � � Complete.Library D�sign: �� � ; : € � : : 140 Submit Design for Permit 1 06/30/20 06/30/20 : ; +�� ' �Subrnit Design,for Pe[mit� :.c : fD: . i : Ii :!q i 150 Permit Review 30 07/01/20 08/11/20 �; �Permit Revi w;LL: w; � ; : i � ; d ; ' ' 1 6 0 Bi d Project Li brary Project 25 07/01/20 08/04/20 �: �Bid�Project Li;rar�Proje�t Start Date: 07/11/19 Developmental Schedule Finish Date: 11/10/20 � .� Data Date: 11l13/19 Prepared By CM Company ///�------ ��µA � Run Date: 11/13/19 �� McCall Library 1/18/2019 COMPANY,INC. McG""--'�lic Library �� , �r�'� S�„{�t��/ ���`���✓`�, - � <�„ �'� n�� �� ���� � �G�� 6'�`��� �d�' 1r�' � a ,`l� ��' I�L (,�,�I,�'' C6 vs � �. V � � V `� �Q�' .� ��� AGENDA ���' �L ��`�� `� Special Meeting � �'� � . �«v` �� �bL�' ,2�,h� November 22, 2019 at 9-11 AM �����-��` � � G�� , City of McCa1I Legion Hall - McCall City Hall C (Lower Level) City Council 216 East Park Street OPEN SESSION �� {� �,�i� (� l=y��``� �G�'� � U n^,,� �� � � � � . � ���- ( WORK SESSION � C `��ry � � 1. Introductions (Meg) � � ' 2. Project Update, Work Session Overview, and Desired Outcomes (Meg) ' � �� 6 3. Preliminary Library Design/ lst stage of Campus Plan (Dennis Humphries) °' A. Community input and values-based process ���� �o� ��� ,(l � � ,^r B. Floor Plans, Elevations, and Perspectives C. Repurposing existing library for Recreation Storefront and Council Chambers � p�� !�� � � �",," � D. Explanation of additional construction elements � /�i�j i. Parking � v1 Jv��' L� l��w� )Z, �� - ii. Plaza � � j' , ��(���J�'��7'�� G � iii. Parks Dept r--, 1 4. Design Development Estimates (Anna Sparrell, Dominick Fery, CM Company) � 5. �a. l�r ' ' ���a�1��c�a�(Amy Rush, Campaign Coordinator) ' a el 1�,G 6. (�?.�t` ' ar�rn�i3i��i4 ��e� ss (C��a�l�'`�i=��t�.�ns) �� DESIRED OUTCOME: (ACTION ITEMS) �d,,,� ' � � c✓�' 1. Confirmation of preferred design options ° ��� l,c, � O 2. Preparation to publicize design options � 3. Inform staff& consultants what information Council would like to see in January ���(� S�� 4. Discussion of"additional construction elements" (3C) ��U�j UU -SG � anJoux�v � 2� �' `' � S� - �� ��-�. p � � ,��` � o `� � v-e �'l�e�s G��C��� Gt«���,J �,v�J ct� l��Uc'� -��� �Ycvl(> ���r� C �/ /� C'(h��C� �{ cl�� �2��� Gtr-'t�-��`� -2�L��-Lry;PUC-P S"�/zf� °%Cc:�-V�r(�-P/ � American with Disabilities Act Notice: The City Council Meeting room is accessible to persons with disabilities. If you need assistance, please contact ity Hall at 634-7142 at least 48 hours prior to the m�eting. ��5-l�� '^��� I L��✓�'�`( �-rV ��1 r on e. � , � �l ^_/ S� (�6rd ��e � � Page 1 ofl CITY CO UNCIL AGENDA �`� ��' � �' S� �,,� November 22, 2019 Special �� ��f� � G�'R ��� S'� � Sr� � � � � ��,� �` ��� �� �, ��w�.;_--�� � - � �'� �� ,� ���-�►�. (�c����c �� °-� ��-,`�� `�� � L4',,t �� . . � . ' ,\y, �. __ . . . S�� ^ � �^,..�.-�- - �✓�CI.X��78 ' {� �� � n��)� - � � � � ' �z �4�'�' �. ._— � � .� ,� �� � �,,� , :.� ��; �.n� �� � . � ��� < <�a� ��f� � ,,�a� C�( . 'A,�(� S9� ���v".".X `�' �� � , ,��,a� ���-0�-�� � . f 3 A � _ � � °�_.. -�' ����-� ��°� '��� ���, . ly^�-�� CI-� - r� � ,����.,� . . � ��� � .,,,,,�-�° _ - ��� � � � � ,�a�1�,,�aro vWi.��'n� ��5� "�2���?'�-�' �' ��� / `,��j�,�l �. Q }7.+i►'J� �, � ���� �„-�-�.C' c?•;� . � ?��p �u rua� . �KA —�t�.V� �"�'°� , � �a-SS�S S'� L��-��� °.��� �—����'P�� �"'�" _� _ � _ !� ��.,�;� .�.�-� ; ����� - -r�y�.��.. l� -p� �� �� ��S • �p),�✓� � 1 � / � __ ��,.�0 �. �-14J� 1� _ c��'� � � � � c� -t�i S'� "� ;�`�-'� ' . _p - 01191���J"�� �p� �� �� � . � � �-�� _ ) � � Q� �f� � .��,�.� � �� �-�- � � -��r �s�� _ ��� � - ��� —�s�� �-- o -.�-�a-��� � ,'�-'`ti' -- C�"'.� �� � �. . ����� ,� �, ���t^�C � �'�'�� �T��� � �, November 7, 2019 PARC Committee � 216 E. Park St. McCall,fd.83638 Dear Ms.Wagner, Please accept this letter as an indication of my interest in serving on the advisory board for the parks and recreation department.f was raised in fdaho and have recently retired and returned to build a home in McCall.l'm interested in becoming involved in civic activities. . � In�he-pas#_3haVeser-ved=in_varyingxapacities w`iffain-municipal,—state;-and federal-recreation and fo.utdoor_resource-departments�and-agencies.I have an under.gradua.te=degree-in�Farks_a�nd=Recreation 4Management_from_fdaho�State,tln G��er.sity_a nd=a�masteY_s_degree_in.`-0utdoor-Recreation-Resource `Pla�ning=from-A^"rizona-State-U`niversity.I also have a r►aaster.s=degree-in Rublic—Admini.stration. Additionally,I have taugh�dergradua�te=and-graduate lev I ce o es in recreation and sp�orts facilify P��`�� If you believe my experience and education would fit with and contribute to the needs and vision of the advisory council I would look forward to discussing the responsibilities and charges to the council ,membership in more detail.Please contact me at your convenience. Sincerely, �--=--_ Lance Hayes ,.-���Y �r �, r� a � /� `/' � ��� . ' . �, /� �`"� CIT'I'COiJNCIL PACKET Page 191 of 204 December 5,2019 -• . ��c.��. McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL �r��" �� McCall Idaho 83 63 8 � � � � Number AB 19-267 Meeting Date December 5, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT.' Originator DepartmentApprovals Initials or Su orter Request to Approve Development Agreement for Ma or/Council Treasure Valley Transit c� Mana er Clerk - - -- -�- � �C'�� ��'� Treasurer P��YUBL�IC�HEA,RIIVG� �` � Communi Develo ment �' Ori inator �c� � � `� Police De artment � � � `n Public Works �' , ��� ��•G��� ` Golf Course COST IMPACT: N/A �jL Parks and Recreation FUNDING N/A / �] Ai ort SOURCE: G`T«k ,!�' �) Library TIMELINE: N/A �Un f ^ , Information S stems � �''� � Grant Coordinator SUMMARYSTATEMENT: ' Ser�i cP� � /� �r�� �� % A - ignY -e�vre pp teation-�for-a- mer od`e1=o�-th�xi��ing�am�riercial=b�tildin���-�:=Par��f.=.to:� _ ulti- a.L�txansi-c�nte t�inclu`de--a�-iiew-shared-�rivewa�•-aeeess-to-the-e�sting-C-ityHali--parkin lot, , � 4was-�iear-d�b�-�hE.1V1�Caii�ea_�lanning=ar�d_�onirrg-Comrn'rs�inn�n�:,Dece�b=e���01$�The}a,ppl�i,cation r�e_��:iv-e��ur�aniriio�ts�approva�l; whi�ch was-conditioned_QxL.C'ity�C-ounci.}-a�r.��;L��a.:Deu.el'ap�nent �greementdan�or-_:9ceessr�gr.eement�or�the�e�af�#h�-adjac�nt-�Ci�y-pareel�or`�parkirig;bus-access and ~an. ' urn-around. This ��., veloprnent-agreerrien�-is�pro��ided�to-meet-tke�equir.e.d=cQ�rditi�n. The development agreement stipulates that the appiicantwill�r-ovi�le=an-easemen,t_�uff sient to�build-a-new-dr���ay witlaranY�ttached s'd� ewal_k-betweenrth.e�twa-buildi.ngs�. The cost for all engineering and design will be provided by the City. The construction and maintenance of the driveway will also be paid for by the City of McCall while the cost of construction and maintenance for the sidewalk will be provided by Applicant. A staff report and the development agreement, which has been reviewed by the City Attorney, have been provided. � - ,Ey- .�/d�,ri� RECOMMENDED ACTION.• �1�'� 1. Hold the public hearing. � 2. Approve the Treasure Valley Transit Development Agreement and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. - RECORD OF"COUNCIL ACTION ' � �MEETING DATE ACTI0IV l � � ��✓'�l��y ('� ,.�, � ��,� ,S'�i��� L�f�dk�v�,s Cr� � �r� � � �.�.��� �(� 1 ] - a l ,� oy��0 �'G�Yr�r�— f--a�_ v� � � �, !�� � e /� y � CITY COLINCIL PA�{ET �� /1 %l L � � D�' ��� � , Page 175 of 204 December 5,2019 � , . � %�,���� McCall City Council Staff Report Development Agreement 210 E. Park St. Treasure Valley Transit Center December 5, 2019 Applicant: TreasureValleyTransit Agent: TreasureValleyTransit Application: Development Agreement ' ` �'i``` Zoning: CBD—Central Business District Description A Design Review application for a remodel of the existing commercial building at 210 E. Park St.to a multi-modal transit center,to includ'"e a new�si�ared=driveway-aeces3-to-the-exisfiing CitytHallp�c-kir�g lot, �as-h.eard=b.y�thQ�M_cCall-Ar.ea�P_Ianr,�ing�and=Zoning-Commission on-December-4_;'2018:�The-applicat'ion received-unanimous=approval;wh'ich was conditioned on the following requirement: 1. Prior to issuance of a building permit,the applicant=shall receive Gity=Council-approval=for a� ��DeJv_elo,pment_Agre.ement;and/or Acc.ess�Agreement-for-the-use�of-the-adjacent-Citypa cr ef for �parkang, bus-accessand=tur"n ound, relocation�of=any-neeessary=infrastructure;and/or costsharing with the City. This development agreement is provided to meet the above condition.The development agreement stipulates that the applicant will provide an easement sufficient to build a new driveway with an attached sidewalk between the two buildings.The cost for all engineering and design will be provided by the City.The construction and maintenance of the driveway will also be paid for by the City of McCall while the cost of construction and maintenance for the sidewalk will be provided by Applicant. Comments No agency or public comments have been received. ' Commission Findings The Commission 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. McCall City Council Page 1 of 1 Staff Report Development Agreement:210 E.Park St. December 5,2019 CITY COLINCIL PACKET Page 176 of 204 December 5,2019 A�ronautical:this�is_a_ne-w=ase=identified=to be�Perrnit�ted�in=the=AP-zone.A definition, incorporating the suggestions included in the earlier draft of changes to Chapter 6, is now recommended to be incorporated into Chapter 2 DEFINTIONS. . , , , Dwellin�, Care-taker: has been eliminated as,a allowed use through a conditional use permit in � a� the AP zone. Dwellin�unit,_IocaLhousin�: has been added and is defined in the proposed additions to Chapter �-- , - _ 2.a= �r��ommended_t�_baa_p�ermifted-use-in�the_N zone:� Par-k;p`ubli`c-is-reeomrnended=tMaf-it 6e=a-permitfed-use-in-the=AP-�zone.�9 3.6.03 This subsection has been re-ordered and rewritten for clarity and elimination of extraneous information. New provisions are pa�r.a._graph_(B�)�an_d_-(�F�)-whieh-reference-special-site-designiand-fencing requirements-of-the'FAA Table 3.6.03 Substantive changes in the table of dimensional standards are as follows: �P r-�4P� _P�subzone:The chart adds the APP zone and adds different requirements from the AP zone in �� � some standards.These proposed standards reflex the APP zone's location as a perimeter_a.round � r---� - • y ,(� the-air-por�. � � �. �� �yN ��' Minimum property size: Idenfified as not ap`plicable-irrthe:`�P-and=ARP-zones. �� 'nd �' ��V G✓�`' Minimum Lease size:This is a he�iv-standard=for-the-AP=end�APP-zones. � Minimum street frontage: Deleted for AP and added for APP at 75'. � --_��a Minimum Setbacks: Deleted for AP and APP.Those portions of the APP zones adjacent to the Scenic Route Special Zone will be subject that zone's setback standards. Maximum Site Coverage: Changed for the added for the AP at 100%. Distance between structures:Added standard of 10'for AP and APP zones. Landscape Buffer:Added as 20" in APP zone. Note 4: relocated to paragraph (C). 3.6.043 Definitions:The definitions have been relocated to Chapter 2 with the exception of those terms that were defined but not used, have been deleted. 3.6.044-46 Airport Zones:These subsections have been edited and relocated to the new section, 3.7.050 Purpose and 3.7.051 Airport Operation Protection Zones. 3.6.047(A) Airport IVonconforming Uses a�d 3:6 048(C) Nonconforming Uses Abandoned or �i Destroyed:These sections have been deleted� ince the subject and protections for nonconforming uses are addressed in Chapter 11 Nonconforrn'it s� 3.6.047(B)Marking and Lighting:Thi"s has been relocated to 3.7.051(F). 3.6.048(A) Future Uses and (B) Existing Uses: These sections have been relocated to 3.7.051(F). Z-i P a g e ---- - -------- --- CITY COUNCIL PACKET Page 155 of 204 December 5,2019 3.6.048(D)Variances:This section has been relocated to 3.7.051(F)and the text revised to eliminate standards for approval of variance that deviate from those standards set forth in Chapter 13 and State Law. 3.6.049-3.6.0413:These sections have been deleted since the provisions are duplicate provisions already contained in City Code. SUMMARY OF THE ADDITION TO CHAPTER 7 SPECIAL DISTRICTS,SECTION 3.7.05: MCCALL MUNICIPAL AIRPORT INFLUENCE OVERLAY ZONES . This new special district has three sections:3.7.050z�Purpose,3.7.051:Airport Operation Protection Zones,and 3.7.052:Airport Influenc�Lar�d Use Compatibility Zones.Section 3.7.051 and 3.7.052 have , been relocated from Chapter 6 with edits and minor substantive changes as noted below.3.7.052: Airport Influence Land Use Compatibility Zones is anew section. 3.7.050: Purpose:The purpose statement is based on language originally appearing In Chapter 6, but in a more simplified and less redundant form. The Airport Master Plan is referenced as guiding document for the code provisions. ' 3.7.051 Airport Operation Protection Zones: This is a new name that originally was"Airport Zones"which was confusing with the base zoning district of"Airport (AP)". It also now distinguishes these zones from the land use compatibility zones that follow. All of these zones are overlay zones, supplementing and/or superseding provisions in the base zones. 3.7.051(A)Purpose:This is clearer statement of intent for operation protection zones that what originally appeared in Chapter 6. 3.7.051 (B) Applicability: This also more clearly identifies the land affected by the provisions and incorporates a map of the areas by reference. 3.7.051(C)Establishment of Zones:The description ofthe zones are as was previously instated in Chapter 6,except for the"Utility Runway Visual Approach"zone which is not used at the McCall Municipal airport. 3.7.051 (D) Height Limitations: No changes in the standards; just minor edits from what appeared in Chapter 6. 3.7.051 (E) Use Restrictions:With minor edits these provisions are what appeared in Chapter 6. � 3.7.051 (F) Permits Required:With minor edits,these provision are what ap{�eared in Chapter 6. 3.7.052(A)Airport Influence Land Use Compatibility Zones:These new provisions establish compatibility standards for several areas or zones surrounding the airport. 3.7.052(A) Purpose:This links the purpose for the provisions in restricting land uses within these zones to the public health,safety and welfare. 3.7.052(B)Applicability:This states that the land use actions that are affected by the provisions and the locations as depicted on the map incorporated by reference. ---- —---------------- 3 � P a g e ---------- ----- CIT'Y COUNCIL PACKET Page 156 of 204 December 5,2019 � _ �.0!/Z `T U �CM����Gc,C� � �ci U,h�CC �/l�-Zc/lf ' "� ��� _ � McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Parl� Street -- AGENDA BILL ��G���"� McCall, Idaho 83638 � � , Number AB 19-268 �"�'��� ������� Meeting Date December 5, 2019 ��v� ���,� �,� AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION ,�,,, �. ,..-� SUBJECT: ' j_ ' �� -� ' " ' Originator � � -' , � '"i� Department A'pprovals�'" �Initials or Su orter Request to Adopt an Ordinance Updating McCall Ma or/Council Gity-Code-Title 3 to include provisions for Interior ci Mana er ---,___, Clerk an�l Extet�iofA Aii�poi�t_Zones,— CA-18-OS Treasurer ----_---�—"__.L� � Community Development �, l_�;-�:Originator ��L--IC;IdEA�ING;-`�;, ����`j�-` Police De artment G= Public Works � - - - - - --_------ �"" � `—�— GolfCourse COST IMPACT.• N/A Parks and Recreation FUNDING N/A + ,� � � Ai ort SOURCE: �`��r �� Library TIMELINE: N/A Information S stems Grant Coordinator SUMMARYSTATEMENT: --- ._..__----.- ___.._ �.--dra�ft-ameridr�ne��o-Ghapter 6=Givic;Air-port�an-d-Agr-i�ultur-e/�orest Zones-was-presented-to-the-Plann.ing a��d Zoning-Commission-in-a_�Vor-k Session=in-November-�20.�8. Tliis_original-draft-was-endorsed-b,y the Mc_C-al1 Ai_rport=Advis:a.rq_C-_ommittee-and the--Air-por-t=Manager=basecLo�zevie�w-and-comments=by tfie airp.or_t=-s-engineers.The-draft was-rev�ised by-city-code-consultant,Xushlan_�_Associates-in-consul.tation-wi h ---------�--. th�e Ai_rport_Manager-and_presented-in_a_second-workshop_wi�th=the-Gomrntssion-in June 20�I�9. Since-the=June Workshop,-the-consultant=has-.further,revised_Cha�t�r 6, as well as drafted a new-s�c�tion�to ,C-hapter 7iSpecia_l�Districts; titled �`.-McC-ail-�.Vlunicipal__Airport_Influence-Over-lay Zones". Ir� addition, provisions for�new=land_useccompatibility-overlay_zones;as-suggested-in-theST.D��and�AA guidelines have been drafted. Additions and edits are also being proposed for Chapter 2 DEFINITONS. During their regularly scheduled N�,�etnbexRS.,_2019 u�eeting,the_McGa_1-1-A�e�.�lan�ing�:nd�Qri�n�g C•��ission�Pie�ld=a�-pi�operly�noticed�public=hear-ing-=and=�rianimously_recomme}�ded the application for approval. � � A memo,maps,and the proposed changes, are attached.'�he-proposed-changes=irL-tkie-actiial or-dinance.fot�m, with`an-effective-date of January-1,=2020, will�be provided on�e-i�has-been thxough=legal-reyiew. � RECOMMENDED ACTION: d-�Ho�ld-the public hearing.-� 2. Suspend the rules and Read by title only, one-time only Ordinance 3. Adopt Ordinance No , Updating McCall City Code Title 3 to include provisions Interior and Exterior Airport Zones, approve the publication of the summary, and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessa documents. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION December 13,2018 Contract with Kushlan for Code U date CIT'Y COiJNCIL PACKET Page 153 of 204 December 5,2019 ZONING CODE UPDATE - CHAPTER 6 PUBLIC ZONES, CHAPTER 7 SPECIAL ZONES AND CHAPTER 2 DEFINITIONS FROM: Diane T. Kushlan, Kushlan � Associates DATE: December 5, 2019 The propose of this memorandum is to out►i`�`ne�the-am ne dments-to Title�=C-he ter-6-PUBL'IC Z-'ON-ES;�� _�--—'----p�� �tLe addition to_Cha�ter 7�M�C-C-ALL-MUf�11_C-1P�LAIRP.-OR--I=FNFLUENC-E-OVERLA�Y ZONES, and adtlitians�and deletions to_Cbapter-2,-DEFINITIO�JS. These changes are part of the work program to update the Zoning Code. Background:A dr-aft amendment-to-Chapter_6_Civic;.Air-por_C-and-Agr.icuttur_e/Forest Zones�was--presented to-the-Planning-and-Zoning_Commissio.n�in"a_Work--Session-in-Noverriber-2018. This original draft was endorsed by the McCall Airport Advisory Committee and the Airport Manager based on review and comments by the airport's engineers. � �S The draft was revised by city code consultant, Kushlan � Associates=in==consultation=with=the=Air-port �,t� S�b Manager and_presented=in-a-seeond=workshop-with-the Commission-in June=2'0=19. At that meeting the �� � Airport-Manager expressed-that in r.e-wr-iting_this_co.de-chapter,consideration_shou.ld�be=given-to=add�ng �._-- ---„ (�0 n�}- ,p.r_ovisions_on-land Vuse�compatibility arou.nd-the_air.port consistent with-guidelines of the-ldaho � �`� ���Transpor.tation_Department�(ITD)Aeronautics�Di�ision¢antl'the�Fed�ral�Aviation Administ"r.atron=(FAA). ����,t � -�-- �., � ,p�'�ince the June Workshop,this�_cansa:Itant-hasfGrther�cev��ecL-G�apter:6,, as well as drafted a new�.seetion 5 � G���' to Chapter 7 Speciai.;Distriets,titled "McCaJI_M;unicipal-Airport-Influence Overlay-Zones"_�This new section �p relocates provisions previously addressed in Chapter 6 related to height limitations in the approach zones ��/ of the airport. In addition, provisions for new-Iand_use-compatibility-over-lay zones,as_s_uggested=in_the,ITD �� and-FAA�guideiines=haue�been-drafted. Additions and edits are also being proposed for Chapter 2 � DEFINITONS. . SUMMARY OF THE PROPOSED MENDMENTS TO CHAPTER 6: Title:The Title has shortened t "Public Zones".) 3.6.01(C):The purpose of the Airport(AP)Zone is more clearly stated to be ba5�ed=of�=the=objesti�es of thecadopted_Air-port=Mas#er-P-len.A subzone=within=the=AF=zones is identified as the A�ir.por_t�Perimeter (AP Pt)yZo n�e. 3.6.02((A)-(C)):These sections on the permitted and conditionally permitted zones have been re- ordered and re-written for clarity. Sections crossed out in Paragraph (A) have not been deleted but appear following the table in sections (B) and (C). - Table 3.6.02 Substantive changes in the table of uses are as follows: _,----- - ___------------___________ ___ _�--.----------------- 1 � Page CITY COLJNCIL PACKET Page 154 of 204 December 5,2019 ._ ' ,.�, G f� � � � � ��� \ / 2. Occu�ancv: Short-term rentals shall contain no more than-four-(4)-people�per-bedroom., � Total maximum occu�ancy of the short-term rental shall_be-based-o�-tl�e_number, of �bedrooms�tiines four-(41� ,��� ���� � l���� ��..�1�-(� � � �,�� 3. Noise: Quiet hours from 10 pm to 8 am the followin�v are enforced. I 4. Safety: Smoke propane �as, and carbon monoxide detectors are installed within the premises. 5. A postin� of the requirements set forth in 1-3 are posted in a visible spot on the premises \ and a copv provided to all renters. 6. Contact Information: The=narne-and-contact informati�on�or the-pr-ope=- -mana e�r is �identified-arid-has been-sent-to-all-property-owners-within 300=�eet of-tl�e-locafion=o_f the =short=term rental. 7.t=Noaevent�are-held-that i�nclude-additional--guests-bey_orid_.those=stavin�_�the=shor-t=ter.in rxental without�frst obtainin�-a-eonditionaLse�permit:,, 8. If the short-term rental is located on a parcel that contains an accessory dwellin� unit and a primary residence,then-one-of-the-dwellin�s must be_owner-occupied�or a local-housin�, �non_shor-t-ter-m-rental;dwel.l=in=unit.�4� `- 9. Campin� shall_c_omply_with conditions set forth in 3.8.01 anei4sl�al=L.rn��he-���eed �tihe�n.urnbet=of tenants=sp�c'i��d_on_`�e�short=ter-rii=rental-business-l�icens� 10. Trash Service: Short-term rentals shall com�lv with trash removal services as described in title V chapter 8 and ensure trash is placed in the,requ�ired-b�a�proof-trash-container(:s.). (B)Short-term rentals shall com�lv with the provisions set forth in this section by March 1, 2020. (C)No short-term rentals within the City of McCall shall operate without obtainin�;-a-business d�ic.ense. Short-term rentals with a local propertv mana er who maintains a physical office in the Citv of McCall or Impact Area mav operate under the bixsiness license held bv that local property mana e�r. (D)Enforcement of the requirements set forth in this section shall follow the provisions pursuant to Chapter 17 ENFORCEMENT of this title. 3.15.02: PRELIMINARY DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW: � (A) Presentation Of P�an+;�Tle app icant will present to the administrator and commission, in a scheduled meetin�,�bu�a�nonpublic hearing, a preliminary development plan for review and discussion. All mat�r� to be reviewed and discussed shall be provided, or be available, to commission members at a regular scheduled meeting of the commission. � C' � �B) Neighborhood Meetings: It is required that the applicant organize one�r more, meetings of neighboring groups before submitting�s an a�plication for a public hearing. The purpose Page 46 of 48 Ord. Local Housing and Short-term Rental Code Update ,2019 CITY COUNCII,PACKET Page 145 of 204 December 5,2019 of such meetings is to obtain input to improve plans and reduce negative comment from neighbors. 1. Timin�: Within 75 days and not less than 7 da�prior to the submittal of an application, the a�plicant shall conduct a neighborhood meeting 2. Notification: No�'ifiea�ion-of-the-neighbor-hood=meetin��shal-L-b.�sentabv-US=.mai1-to.all �-ro ertv-owners-witfiin 3�00�'of-the-=si�e-of the-� ro:osed-a- l�ication-at=least=l-4=days- �ior P P p P PP 1� �to-=�he�date=-of-the=rne�f'ing. The notice shall describe the application and invite those property owners to the nei�;hborhood meetin�to discuss the proposal. 3. Summary of the Meetin :g The application submitted to the City shall include a summary of the comments received at the meetin� and a listin o�f the persons attendin� (C) Review And Meetings Not Required For Appeals: Preliminary development plan review and neighborhood meetings are not required for appeals. (D) Waiver Of Requirements: The administrator may waive the requirements of this section for those applications deemed to be routine in nature or to have no substantial impact on adjacent properties or the community at large. (Ord. 821, 2-23-2006, eff. 3-16-2006) 9.4.06: PERNIITS AND INSPECTION: (A) Building Permits: 1. Prior to occupancy of any mobile home upon real property in the city, the�proper_t� owner shal-1-obtain-a-building_permit.The fee for such installation permit is established by resolution of the council and includes{the cost of inspection by the building official. 2. Said permit shall be valid until removal of the mobile home from the property. 3. A building permit shall not be transferable from one location to another but may be transferable from one person to another for the same mobile home in the same location. 4. When an approved mobile home installation for which a fee has been paid is replaced by its owner with a mobile home using the same connections, the permit fee for replacement shall be the same as a new installation. 5. Upon issuance of a building permit for the installation of a mobile home, a;,�decal--indicating approv_al_of the-mobile-home�shall-be=p�laced-on�the__unit�t�y:the�building=affcial=so=as_t�be �isible-fr m he street,unless otherwise screened from view. • � (B) Temporary Use Permits: � �oo� no.,�,.;,.�:,,��. n �o �o� t�.,+�,� ,. ,.:i �,. ., �o,,.,.,,,,..,,... , ...,-,:+ �,. „ „t�;te �.,,,,.,o „ 1. 1 liliJ�1�liJLTSGtilp . 7 Page 47 of 48 Ord. 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(B)The-use-o.£the-dwel�lin�-unit_as=a=shor-t=ter-m�re�tal=shalL-no�have-�r.eater-i.-mpacts-fhan would ,be-cre.ated=bv�ong-terrn-occupaney-of-the�dw�Iirig-unit-includin�the-fo-llowing_ l. Acc.�ss: The_access-and=in��r-ess=to=the=site�h`all--maintain-safe-conditioris for=pedestri�ns cand-vehicles=and�shalL-b e-adequatel-y-size.d�and-desi�ned-so-that access-to-other-prop�rties is-no�impa`c-tea=or-unsafe-eonditions-on_public-streets-axe_cr.eated. 2. Par-kin�„Improved-sur.face-areas on the site shall be the minimum necessary to provide adeguate parking for the occupancy. � 3:��Noise�Loud music,outdoor activities or any other source of noise that can be heard bevond ��1� the perimeter of the short-term rental premises shall not be generated durin�the hours of O��t/5 e10=pm=to=8�am-t�l�ie:followin`g day. Vv Page 44 of 48 Ord. Local Housing and Short-term Rental Code Update ,2019 CITY COLTNCIL PACKET Page 143 of 204 December 5,2019 4. Health and Safetv: The buildin� is desi�ned to accommodate the occupancv expected. �molc�;-�iropane-�as-and-cai=bon=moiaox-ide-detectiars-shai•1-be-installed-and-ma�intainec�.cB�ear �oof soiid-waste-eollection faeilities-shal�l-be-avai�lable-on-the-site and-ade�uate for the � ,��_ __ oc�pancy-of-the_shor.t=term dwellin`g=unit. v„ � 7 5. Exterior Chan�es: No exterior chan�es shall be made to the structures or site conditions that would eliminate its appearance or use as a dwellin�unit for lon�term residenc� 6. Use Restrictions: A copv of the use restrictions (occupancy, number and location of parkin�paces, restrictions on RV parking, solid waste collection, quiet hours and noise restrictions, outdoor activitv restrictions) as imposed through the conditional use permit, and the Z��me�an"d-phone-,numbe�o.�lo.cal-repr.esentatiue=ancL-p�o.-pert�-owner shalLb�po�etl �v�ithi.ri-tl�e short ter-in�rental=d�uelli��unit-for-user refei>ence._�+ (C)Nei�hborhood Impacts: a comrriunicatian��strate�y-with nei�hbors-within-_300'—of-the_short-.�{� ter-rn-rentalregardirig=an -��plaints'shall-include:� n�ni��� �;r1-.�r�The contact information of the propertv representative to serve as initial contact if there are questions or complaints regardin t�peration of the short-term rental, and ��� A copv of the conditions of a�proval. (D��� pplication Requirements: In addition to the Conditional Use Permit (CUP) application, the followin� submittals are required prior to the noticin of a public hearin� before the McCall Area Planning and Zonin� Commission: ., _. � 1. A basic site plan that indicates the location of on-site par-kin = � �' 2. an operations plan; �. a communication strate�v; 4.� a stormwater mana e� ment plan, if there are chan�es to the site; and � 5. a declaration identifyin�Ftherdate,and_location_of-the-neighbor-hood-meeting-and,a-r.oster of the persons=attending � 3.13.09 PERMIT STANDARDS FOR DWELLING, SgIORT-TERM RENTALS (A)All short-term rentals shall file with the Administrator, a signed declaration affirmin�that the property will be mana�ed to adhere to the followin�requirements: 1. Parkin�parkin��ar=tlie-uriit='is=contai.ned=on=the�=s'if�and riot-more�than�one-(1-)-par-king � space=per=bedr-aom-is-pro:v=i'ded. All�trai�ler.s=shal-1=be=par.ked=on-a�urf-aeeeParea, if sp sa e�is prouided;and�shal�l-not-park ori=tfie-ri�ht=of�va� Page 45 of 48 � Ord. Local Housing and Short-term Rental Code Update ,2019 CITY COLJNCIL PACKET Page 144 of 204 December 5,2019 /� c�it �� ��J � c (��`��rc r��"'J�� �``S`���~ t/� �� s �� �v����h' G f Sv�� � � � Allowed Use l� "CC �CBD Adult entertainment establishment �—� - Agricultural or garden use, without farm animals � P � P P Amusement or recreation facility, indoor I_ C � P Amusement or recreation facility, outdoor � C —� C Animal boarding with outside runs �I— C - Animal clinic, animal hospital, or veterinary office �� P Animals, small farm animals � A � A Auction establishment, outdoor �—�C C Automobile, major repair ��— - Automobile or recreational vehicle sales or service C P C (used or new), indoor Automobile or recreational vehicle sales or service - C - (used or new), outdoor Bank �� P Bar, brewpub, or nightclub ��— P Camp �—� - Car wash � C � C C Care center � P �— P Cemetery ��— - Church �f— P — P Clinic, medical (excluding animal or veterinary) � P � P P Club or social hall �—� P Contractor's yard or shop f—� - Convention facility �� P _ _ Crematory �--�— - _ . Drive-up window service ��— - Page 30 of 48 Ord. Local Housing and Short-term Rental Code Update ,2019 CITY COiJNCIL PACKET Page 129 of 204 December 5,2019 Dry cleaning facility �� C C Dwelling, accessory � A �— P `� Dwellin�Unit, local housin� �� P ✓ Dwelling Unit, seasonal housing �� A Dwelling, multi-family � P P�°z P1� Dwelling, rooming house f— C f P P Dwelling, single-family �P � PI°2 Farm, garden, lumber, or building supply store �� P P Hotel or motel � C � P Kennel, commercial �—�— - Large scale retail business4 f—� - Laundromat � P � P Mixed usel Use procedure of most restrictive use Mortuary � P _� - Nursery, retail (only) �� P Off street parking facility when not accessory C1 P� C1 Offce, temporary construction �� A A Package and letter delivery service � C � P P Personal, business, or professional service � P � P Portable classroom � A � A A _ � Professional offices �� P Public parks,recreation areas or easements, and trails �� P P Public service facility �� C — C Radio and television broadcasting station �� P Recreational vehicle park �� - Page 31 of 48 Ord. Local Housing and Short-term Rental Code Update ,2019 CITY COIJNCIL PACKET Page 130 of 204 December 5,2019 �- ' ���vh�h?Jf�',��/�� /�,x.rrn.�� � � � �.�;,�i l-�C� j�c:��' �'`l� � � � C�/i.� �'' � � Dwelling, short term rental, occupancy 20 or C C C C C C ��-� more persons " � � . � � ���� � ����� < < r,.,,oii:�„ �..,,, �..,.,:i.. � � �— � g— g t1� �C�' ,r�r� � , ` y ��, Dwelling unit, accessory (includmg P P P P P P �,� � � � guesthouses) �U'�� Y�� Dwelling Unit, local housin� � P P P P P P ` V" - _ � ����� . ti� �( Dwellin�, short term rental, occupancv less �� _ A A A A A than 20 persons Dwelling unit,principal (single-family) ����� P Foster home, group ����� C Golf course and country club ���C � C � C Home occupation ����� P Kennel ��f C �� - Large scale retail businessz ����� - Mortuary �� C ��� - Nursery, wholesale (only) ����� - Nursing faciliTy, skilled ����� C Professional office ���� C � C Public parks,recreation areas, easements,trails ��� A �� A _ _ _ _ __ . Recreational vehicle park ����� C � Rental store and storage yard � �( C � C �� - Restaurant C C C C C C ����� Restaurant, formula3 ����� - Retail business ��� C � C � C Retail, formulal ����� - Retirement or assisted living home ����� _ C Roadside produce stand ����� - Page 28 of 48 Ord. Local Housing and Short-term Rental Code Update ,2019 CITY COUNCIL PACKET Page 127 of 204 December 5,2019 School,public or private ����f C C �' Service retail business ���C � C f C C Stable or riding arena, commercial � C ���� - Storage facility, self-service ��� C �� - Storage yard (outdoor) ( C ���� - , Temporary living quarters ����A �A A Tower or antenna structure . ����� - Notes: � 1. See section 3.8.18 of this title for limitations on retail, formula. 2. See subsection 3.8.02(E) of this title. 3. See section 3.8.17 of this title for limitations on restaurants, formula. 4. See Section 3.8.11 of this title for limitation on size and requirements of design review. (Ord. 931, 2-12-2015) 3.4.02: PERMITT�D AND CONDITIONALLY PERMITTED USES WITHIN COMMERCIAL ZONES: (A)Permitted And Conditionally Permitted Uses:The uses identified in table 3.4.02 of this section, uses within commercial zones, shall be the primary uses allowed to occur on a property. All uses, unless otherwise provided for in this title, shall be conducted within enclosed structures. " For example, some businesses, such as a gas station or car wash, will have a portion of a use outside the primary structure. All uses not listed in table 3.4.02 of this section require review by the commission and a conditional use permit. The primary uses identified in table 3.4.02 of this section may be permitted or conditionally permitted as indicated: P: Where the symbo�l�P,�.app� �ears;�l�e=use=sliaiLb:e_per nitted. A: Where the symbol �A.,�appear�;�the�u�e�=tfi'ay be permitted subject to the issuance of an a�e�,inistrative�permit in accordance with section 3.13.01 of this title. C: Where the symbol�app��rs, the use may be permitted subject to the issuance of a �ct�nditicanalru�e���r-init-�in-'aecord'ance with section 3.13.03 of this title. Where no symbol, or a dash, appears, the use is not permitted. TABLE 3.4.02 PERMITTED AND CONDITIONALLY PERMITTED USES WITHIN COMMERCIAL ZONES Page 29 of 48 Ord. Local Housing and Short-term Rental Code Update ,2019 CITY COLJNCIL PACKET Page 128 of 204 December 5,2019 � --, � � �- �''1 �U,, � . � ��;��� � �— � � TABLE 3.3.02 C:� • C PERMITTED AND CONDITIONALLY PERMITTED USES WITHIN RESIDENTIAL ZONES Allowed Use �� Rl R4 R8 R16 ' I " I `" I " I " I �' � Accessory structur.,4�� �nn �,,,,,,,.o �o+ ���� q � q A — � � -- � �- � -- � -- � -- Accessory use, residential ����� P Agricultural structure , ����� C Agricultural use ���C �� - Amusement or recreation facility, indoor(only) ����� - Animal clinic, animal hospital, or veterinary C C C - - - office � Animals, large or common farm animals ����� - Animals, small farm animals �P ���� A Automotive, hobby ����� A � , Camp ���� C � C Care center � C ���� C Cemetery ����� C Children's treatment facility ����� C Church ����� C Clinic ���� C � C Club or lodge or social hall f C ���� C Convenience store ��r C �� C ��ti Drug and alcohol treatment facility ����� - �S � Dwelling, multi-family ����� P ��� � - � \. Dwelling, rooming house � C � C ��� C a,. . Dwelling, short term rental, occupancy less than P P P P P P 20 persons Page 27 of 48 Ord. Local Housing and Short-term Rental Code Update ,2019 CITY COiJNCIL PACKET Page 126 of 204 December 5,2019 WETLANDS: Lands which are dedicated and protected in accordance with Federal laws and are not to be included in the calculation of land to meet the requirements for parks. WRECKING YARD: A place where the dismantling or wrecking of two (2) or more used motor vehicles,mobile homes,trailers or the storage, sale or dumping of dismantled,partially dismantled, obsolete or wrecked vehicles or their parts, occurs. See also definition of Junk Buildings, Junk Shops, Junkyards. YARD:An area,unoccupied and unobstructed by any structure or portion of a structure;provided, that accessories, ornaments and furniture may be permitted in any yard, subject to height limitations and requirements limiting obstruction of visibility, defined as the area between the lot line and the setback line. YARD, USABLE: One (1) or more well drained open areas covered with lawn grass or other suitable cover material, located on the same lot as the principal use, for use by the residents for outdoor activities. Usable yard may be computed in part using sandboxes, horseshoe pits, and like outdoor recreational facilities. No dimension of the usable yard shall be less than ten feet (10'). "Usable yard" does not include driveways, common walks, refuse storage or collection areas, or off street parking or loading areas. Decks and accessible flat roof areas having at least one (1) dimension of ten feet(10'),and no dimension less than three feet(3'),may be used to meet a usable yard requirement. (Ord. 821, 2-23-2006, eff. 3-16-2006; amd. Ord. 840, 9-6-2007; Ord. 846, 11- 5-2007; Ord. 864,2-12-2009; Ord. 880,9-23-2010;Ord. 930, 12-18-2014,ef£ 1-1-2016; Ord.952, 11-3-2016) 3.3.02: RESIDENTIAL USE REGULATIONS: (A)Permitted And Conditionally Permitted Uses:The uses identified in table 3.3.02 of this section shall be the primary uses allowed to occur on a property. All uses, unless otherwise provided for in this title, shall be conducted within enclosed structures. All uses not listed in table 3.3.02 of this section require review by the commission and a conditional use permit.The primary uses identified in table 3.3.02 of this section shall be permitted or conditionally permitted as indicated: P: Where the symbol P appears,the use shall be permitted. A: Where the symbol A appears, the use may be pennitted subject to the issuance of an administrative permit in accordance with section 3.13.01 of this title. C: Where the symbol C appears, the use shall be permitted subject to the issuance of a conditional use permit in accordance with section 3.13.03 of this title. Where no symbol, or a dash, appears,the use is not permitted. Page 26 of 48 Ord. Local Housing and Short-term Rental Code Update ,2019 CITY COiJNCIL PACKET Page 125 of 204 December 5,2019 SCHEDULE A 3.2.02: MEANINGS OF TERMS OR WORDS: ACCESSORY USE,BUILDING, QR STRUCTURE:A use,building, or structure on the same a��t with, and of a nature customarily incidental and subordinate to, the principal use, building;'or structure. An ca cessor-y=stxucture--is;outside-:-"the�buiidin�-r.00flirie_o£=.the_principal,residence� ADMINISTRATOR: The city manager, or in the event the city manager chooses to delegate that authority, that official who is appointed by the city manager to administer this title. ADULT ENTERTAINMENT ESTABLISHMENT: A commercial establishment intended for the enter.ta�riment�af adu�l_�o-the=exciusion o£rriinor�, which offers sexually oriented entertainment, such as an adult arcade, adult bookstore, adult novelty store, adult video store, adult cabaret, adult motel, adult motion picture theater, adult theater, escort agency, seminude model studio, or sexual encounter center. AFFECTED PERSON: One having an interest in real property which may be adversely affected by the issuance or denial of a permit, or zoning map amendment under this title. AGRICULTURAL STRUCTURE: Any structure (see definition of Structure)that is related to or used in the science busin.e_ss�or_art�.of-_eultivating�s�oi�l,�producing crops;andfor-raising^livesto.`ck. AGRICULTURAL USE: The science, business or art of cultivating soil,producing crops, andlor raising livestock. AGRICULTURE AND FOREST: The use of land for farming, dairying, pasturage, agriculture, , horticulture, floriculture, viticulture, silviculture, animal and poultry husbandry and the necessary accessory uses for packing,treating, or storing the product; provided, however, that the operation of any such accessory uses shall be secondary to that of normal agricultural activities. "Agriculture" de oes�,norin�l�ide_c.onfin`ecLan.imal�feeding operations. AIRPORT:Any runway, land area or other facility designed or used, other than for an emergency, either publicly or privately, by any person for the landing and the taking off of aircraft, including all necessary taxiways, aircraft storage and tie down areas, hangars and other necessary buildings. APPLICANT: One who files an application under this title. The applicant must be the owner of� the subject property,or a person who has written permission from the owner to make an application in the name of the owner. APPLICATION:A document submitted to the commission conforming to the requirements of this title applying for a permit or approval under this title. AREA DEVELOPMENT PLAN: A plan encompassing all contiguous parcels controlled by the same owner, which includes: - (A)Legal description of contiguous parcels. Page 4 of 48 Ord. Local Housing and Short-term Rental Code Update ,2019 CITY COiJNCIL PACKET Page 103 of 204 December 5,2019 (B)Name(s) of owner(s) of contiguous parcels. (C) Streets, whether public or private. .;1) Water main lines and sewer main lines. (E) Other utilities including power, telephone, cable, etc. (F)Parks, if required under this title. (G) Grading and drainage. (H)Easements. (I) Hazardous or natural resource areas. AREA OF FIRE HAZARD: Lands on which there is vegetation that is prone to fire; and also means lands where there is heavy fuel loading,where fuels are arranged in close continuity,where development or timber management slash exists, or where wildfires are likely to be difficult to suppress and become a threat to public safety. ATTACHED STRUCTURE:A structure attached to a principal structure,or is located within three feet (3'), such that the two (2) (or more) structures result in a nearly contiguous whole. BASEMENT: That level of a dwelling unit all or partly underground and having the plane on top of at least one-half (1/z) of its perimeter wall within two feet (2') of the average level of the ��adjoining ground. �� ,l� � � �� , ,�7 �, �,�� e �BED AND BREAKFAST: See definition of Dwelling, Rooming Ho e.� �(Q�����' '`C`' �{t` �` � ��,� BEDROOM: A�ro_om_�ithi:n=�dwel-lin wlu�his�desi ned�arrdw ':tas_an-area-foi-sle�-zn . S. c.es � , � ` not or-i -ig nall_y:desi�ned or�built_for=sle�pin�=whieh-are-con.vert d�com=an�th�r.�use�ii-o�der�o=be� � used-as-an-ar�a for-sleepin�w_ilL-n��be=counted�asaa�bed�oam.:unl�ss-a-bui�ldin�-perrnit and � � Ccextificate-of-occ.upancy�uer-e=issued::� BIKE PATH:An asphalt or concrete path which has been created for nonmotorized transportation and is usually physically separate from automobile travel lanes. � BILLBOARD: See definition of Sign, Off Premises. BLOCK: A group of lots within defined and fixed boundaries, usually within a parcel of land, bounded by physical barriers,one or more streets, or a boundary line of a subdivision that has been legally surveyed and recorded. BOARD: The board of county commissioners of Valley County. BOND: A security contract between the applicant and the city which guarantees that the applicant will perform certain requirements of an approval or permit under this title or title IX of this code, , Page 5 of 48 Ord. Local Housing and Short-term Rental Code Update ,2019 CITY COUNCIL PACKET Page 104 of 204 December 5,2019 r �w� ���- , McCALL CITY COUNCIL �,� �, 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL � � McCall, Idaho 83638 l�Tumber AB 19-251 �''" Meeting Date November 21, 2019 - Continued to December 5, 20�9 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: originator , DepartmentApprovals Initials or Su orter Request to Adopt an O�dinance Up�ating McCall Ma or/Council City Code Title 3 to include p�ovisions for Local ClerkMana er � Housing & ,�hort-Term Rentals— CA-19-01 Treasurer � Community Development • .Originator PUBLIC HEARING- Contirrued Police ve artment Public Works Golf Course COST IMPACT: N/A Parks and Recreation FUNDING N/A � Ai ort SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: N/A .Information S stems Grant Coordinator SUMMARYSTATEMENT: On June 27, a joint work session was held with the McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission and the � McCall City Council to learn, discuss, and provide direction on potential updates to the City and County Code to encourage more local housing in the jurisdiction (City limits and McCall Impact Area.) The draft code amendments were presented to the McGal�l-=Area:�lanning_and._Zoning_@ommission�at the October 1�201=9�neeting.After review of the code changes and discussion,th�y unanimously-recommended approval=to_tke=City=Gouncil�and County_C-ommissioner-s with-some�changes�to the�shor.t-ter-m-rental_section. Staff and consultant worked with the City Attorney to finalize the code language based on draft code language presented on November 7th with feedback from the City Council. A memo,proposed ordinance with an effective dat�of Januazy-1;2Q2Q,-_p.ubl.-ic=comment-an�=tlze-sum.mary are att'ached. � ' diECOMMENDED ACTION: �., ��2-V� �U% � �L.�.Hold�the_:public hearing.' j� � `� �'��'� `�' �� �` 2. �ll nanrj tl+a rn�Pe �n � , ,�. cl Read by title only, one-time�ly Ordinanc��d�Y�—� 3. Adopt Ordinance No , Updating McCall City Code Title 3 to include provisions for Local Housing & Short-Term Rentals, approve the publication of the summary, and authorize the Mayor to si n all necessar documents. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION December 13,2018 Contract with Kushlan for Code U date June 27,2019 Local Housin Code o tions work session November 7,2019 Review the draft of the local housin and short-term rental code to et Council feedback November 21, 2019 Opened Public Hearing,reviewed the changes, a�d continued the Public Hearing until Dec. 5,2019 `(l` . � p�� � J ('v CITY COUNCIL PACKET , ` Page 99 of 204 December 5,2019 OI2DINANCE NO.�_ AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF�McCALL, VALLEY COUNTY, IDAHO, AMENDING, ENACTING, OR DELETING THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS OF TITLE 3, PLANNING AND ZONING, OF THE McCALL CITY CODE, TO-WIT: SECTION 3.2.02, MEANINGS OF TERMS OR WORDS,TO MODIFY THE DEFINITIONS FOR ACCESSORY USE,BUILDING, OR STRUCTURE, DWELLING UNIT, ACCESSORY, AND DWELLING, MULTI-FAMILY, T�ADD -DEEIN.ITIONS=�OR�BEDROOM, �D-_-W__-ELL-ING��.UNUT, LOC-_A-L�:,I-LOU-S_ ING� DWELLING-IJ.l�TIT, SEASONAL, OWIJER=OCC-U_P-ANCY;MeCALL AREA AND-�HOR4I'- T�RM-REN�L, AND TO DELETE DEFINITIONS FOR COMNIUNITY HOUSING UNIT AND DWELLING, TWO FAMILY; SECTION 3.3.02, RESIDENTIAL USE REGULATIONS, TO�IVIODTFY=THE=ATs�O�VVEDPUSE=FOR=ACCESSO=RY:�STRU-CTURE4,<1,500 SQUARE FEET, TO�ADD=A=L-;LOWED-USES-FOR-DWELLING=UNTjI', LOGA�=�HOVSING AND DVV�'LL--�I-N-,G SI�ORT:T_ERIuI=RENTAL, OCCiJPANGI'-LESS-�I�I-�1N.:20 PERSONS;�ND TO� D�LE�`.E_��3���1LL`O�WED Z7�ES=�OR=AGC'ES�.ORY S�'RU@TURE->1;500-SQUA-RE FEET AND DWELLING,TWO FAMILY,AND ADD FOOTNOTE 4,A REFERENCE TO SECTION 3.8.11; SECTION 3.4.02, COMMERCIAL USE REGULATIONS, TO CHANGE THE TITLE OF THE SECTION TO PERMITTED AND CONDITIONALLY PERMITTED USES WITHIN COMMERCIAL ZONES, TO A���I=HE�-�LO��ED USE_S_-FOR=DV�EL-LING-UN-IT;_.L_OC-�AL HOUS�IN��GT"AND=DVIWELZIN=G�CJ:�T��T, SE�I�ONAL-`H_OI�SING, AND�O_DELETE�TENL2 UND•�R�NOT�� AND RENUNIBER�.TH�REMAINING�JT,EMS Us1:DER=NOTES� ACCORDINGLY; SECTION 3.4.04, COMMERCIAL ZONE-SPECIAL DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS, SUBPARAGRAPH (D), USES, TO MODIFY SUBPARAGRAPH (D), USES, T0�4L-L-OW:S-INGLE FAMIL-Y;_MULTI=FAMIL-Y;.AND-L--OC-AL HOUS�ING AS PAR'T-Q� A 1V�I��D-USE DEVEL-OPMFNT, INC_-_LUDING-C-OMMERC-IAL-AN�D-OR PUBLIC.�V�:ES AND TO PROVIDE THE CONDITIONS THEREFOR BY MODIFYING ITEM 1 FOR MULTI- STORY STRUCTURES, BY MODIFYING ITEM 2 FOR DEVELOPMENTS WITH COMMERCIAL AND/OR PUBLIC USE, BY DELETING ITEM 3, AND BY MODIFYING ITEM 4 TO RENUMBER IT ITEM 3 AND INCLUDING A REQUIREMENT FOR EQUIVALENT SQUARE FOOTAGE IN A CC ZONE; SECTION 3.6.02, PUBLIC ZONE USE REGULATIONS, TO CHANGE THE TITLE OF THE SECTION TO PERMITTED AND CONDITIONALLY PERMITTED USES WITHIN PUBLIC ZONES, TO ADD THE ALLOWED USE FOR DWELLING, LOCAL HOUSING; SECTION 3.7.032, REQUIREMENTS FOR DEVELOPMENT, SUBPARAGRAPH (C), STRUCTURE HEIGHT, TO EXCEPT CERTAIN STRUCTURES FROM SUBPARAGRAPH (C), STRUCTURE HEIGHT; SECTION 3.8.11, ACCESSORY USE, BUILDINGS AND STRUCTURES, TO DELETE SUBPARAGRAPH(A),TO MODIFY SUBPARAGRAPH�(B)BY RELETTERING IT SUBPARAGRAPH (A) TO SUBSTITUTE �APPROVAL BY AN ADMINISTRATOR 1N � PLACE OF A COMMISSION, TO DELETE SUBPARAGRAPH (C), AND TO ADD A NEW SUBPARAGRAPH TO BE LETTERED (B) TO LIMIT THE SIZE OF AN ACCESSORY STRUCTURE; ENACTING SECTION 3.8.11.01, ENTITLED ACCESSORY DWELLING UNITS, PERMITTING ACCESSORY DWELLING UNITS AND ESTABLISHING THE NUMBER,LOCATION, DENSITY,BASIC REQUIREMENTS FOR HABITATION,HEALTH AND SAFETY CODE REQUIREMENTS, SIZE, PARKING, REQUEST FOR WAIVERS OF MONTHLY WATER SERVICES FEES, AND RENTAL REQUIREMENTS; ENACTING - SECTION 3.8.21, ENTITLED LOCAL HOUSING DENSITY BONUS PROGRAM, SETTING Page 1 of 48 Ord. Local Housing and Short-term Rental Code Update ,2019 CITY COiJNCIL PACKET Page 100 of 204 December 5,2019 PUBLIC HEARING AB 19-251a Request to Adopt an Ordinance Updating McCall City, Code�Title�3 to include provisions for L-o_cal;Housing,& Short-Tern1_Rentals—CA-19-01 —Continued �- - from November 21, 2019 (ACTION ITEM) i �AB 19-268 Request to Adopt an Ordinance Updating McCall City Code�Title-3-to 5 �� � include provisions for Iiiterior.and-Exterior Airport Zones—CA-18-OS ���'` �� (ACTION ITEM) f� �(�Sw��� AB 19-267 Request to Approve Development Agreement for Treasure Valley Transit o� (ACTION ITEM) 5����`� BUSINESS AGENDA AB 19-263 Request to Approve the Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee Member Appointment(ACTION ITEM) AB 19-264 Request to Approve the Tree City USA 2019 Application for Re- � Certification and 2019 Growth Award Application (ACTION ITE1Vn AB 19-266 City Manager Annual Performance Evaluation Process (ACTION ITEM) Review the Upcoming Meetings Schedule ADJOURNMENT American with DisabilitiesAct Notice: The City Council Meeting roo�n is accessible to persons with disabilities. If you need assistance,please contact City Hall at 639-7142 at least 98 hours prior to the meeting. Page 2 of 2 CITY COUNCIL AGENDA ������9�e��l�ri, Page 2 of 204 December 5,2019 ���y,.:-� ��, .. . AGENDA Regular Meeting City Of McCall. - � December 5, 2019 at 5:30 P1VI Legion Hall - McCall City Hall Clt� COUriCll (Lower Level) � � 216 East Park Stre�t ✓OPEN SESSION � , JPLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE ✓APPROVE THE AGENDA �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. Payroll Report for period ending November 15, 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—October 3 b. Library Board of Trustees joint with Library Building Committee—2019—October 17 6. AB 19-265 Request to Approve Letter to Idaho's Congressional Delegation and Governor Little to Support Restoration of Salmon and Steelhead Fisheries in Idaho (ACTION ITEIV� 7. AB 19-269 Request for Approval of the Single Event Concessions Permit—The 9th Annual Flash Point McCall Snow Bike Race- Saturday, January 25, 2020 (ACTION ITEM) , 8. AB 19-270 Request to Adopt Resolution No. 19-22 for the Ratification of the 2019 General � Election Results (ACTION ITEM) REPORTS . Chamber Monthly Report to Council� D�����a.� �P-�+`� iLI;C«NCO� `,`i o ���'�--� ' At this time, the Mayor will call for any comrrients 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 CO UNCIL AGENDA � December 5, 2019 Regz�lar T CITY COLTNCII,PACKET Page 1 of 204, December 5,2019 � 6. Equinment Maintenance: . Staff almost completed the parts inventory. The mechanic plans on starting grinding reels and servicing mowers the first of January. 7. Restaurant• The restaurant is now back to its winter hours/days: open Thursday �a, 3:OOpm, Friday & Saturday 11:00-8:00 and Sundays 11:00-2:00. Thursday is Steak Night and Saturday is Prime Rib Night. 8. Asset Management/Master Plan: � David Druzisky met with the Golf Course Advisory Committee at their last meeting and answered questions about the Asset ManagementlMaster Plan for the golf course which is under � way.He had spent the a$ernoon before the meeting out on the golf course.He has been in contact with City GIS staff getting what information is available and I am also filling out a questionnaire for him. � 9. Dog Walkers: � �'� '� � �S Dog:walkers_h� aveybeen-pretly goocl�about cleaning up-afrer themselves,183_pounds have been ��� deposit�,the�receptacles=in Noverriber•:_There are those-few tliat.I thirik sliould just:lSe-ticiceted=� �� R �--._ � .e ,�� t �� � � �C� � �� �� . � ' , � �, � � U v � �s `� �`� �� .� �� i � � � � � �� � � ✓ �' . � �� �� �. > > `� � � � � � � �v�'1 ��2 �,,� . � � � .� �' � . �\v� Q - � � � ' �'. ; \ ,� �'° Qw � � �� � ��"� G � � 5 ��� _.:� �,o� ` Q�'�w .� �� �Q� J . �__. n � L � . " _ , � � (� � L� x . � � � �s ¢� � e � � ; � �,,r �- .;�� \ �z � � � ��� � `� �� G � �� � , �� e� . � � � �r' �,,�r , �, , . �G � � �. � � � � � � ��� U� a � � ,�' �� �,� ` � 5 �'� `� _ � � �`" �;�' . b �r , , � � � �� ���� � - �� . Monthly Deparhnent Report—Golf Course �� � �� f U � �g � � X � / r. • e m 0 City of McCa1I To: c��y ca,���l Froin: Eric MeCormicic,Golf Course Superintendent CC: Anette Spickard,City Manager Date: 12I3/2019 Re: Monthly Deparhnent Report—November 2019 1. Weather: November's weather was calrri compared to October. 2. Staff: The end of November there were three full time employees and 5 seasonal employees,of which � one is part time.Billy-Ram re o,ancLI-both--took a-few vacation-days-the-end-of tlie_;month-.as kve; � were�starting--to-lose vacation time. '* 3. Greens• The greens went through November in good shape. Staff installed the Enicamat covers on 12 of . the greens using nails instead of staples because the ground was frozen. The greens thawed out the end of the month just before it started snowing. Staff staked and roped all of the greens to keep cross country skiers off of them.Also put construction fence around the practice green and 3 Birch green to keep sledders off. , 4. Trees• T�nstead-of burning-our-burri pile;w"e had Meckel bring in containers and haul it all off.Stafffilled four containers with material that had accumulated during the season. This included anything fi om stumps,pine needles and other things that won't go through the chipper. Staff was able to _ get out and finish chipping the rest of the brush piles from tree clean up. 5. Maintenance Buildin�: Staff started installing the siding on the building. The metal�ordered for the wainscoting,the top molding piece came in wrong and had to be re ordered and has been delayed due to the holiday. All the wainscoting and all the siding that�didn't go above has been installed. As soon as the . molding piece comes in,staff will finish the siding above it. The ductless heat/cooling was installed in the offices,but now waiting on the electrician to come and hoolc it up.It loolcs nice. . � Monthly Department Repoi�t—Golf Course y�� � � � .�� ��" �- �/` 2. Special Events: �r ���` Y r � � / - �S Floral Ni�ht: On November 15, staff partnered with The Rambler and Farm to Market Floral to host this � successful event. Both host and floral instructor received rave reviews from a full house of participants; and everyone wallced away with a fall arrangement they could proudly display.Food and beverages were also provided for the$50 entrance fee. Turkey Free Throw Shoot: On November 22, six families and their cheering squads,participated in this first-time event. F•�;��r� -�" �a - '+�,..; fi�rkP��,�,�s�r�l a� d. Two girl scout „ volunteers and their families showed up to keep score. The event made $30 in revenue, spent $68 and s collected over 30 canned good items to donate to the food bank. Citizens thought the event was a great way to give back. McCall Gives Thanks: On November 25, the Parks & Recreation Director, Kurt Wolf, committed a couple hours of his time to assist the Recreation Supervisor, Tara Woods, to do something fun. �q ���3�'rtt'�St�O:f•�n�t�uvaa 1��r(`all with Ki�rt � sed.� -._ . t�• , r��.;�;+l.es��„Y;�rclmat��C��'ask I 1„e..� :�l�n+4L,a. a ����t�a�j_,r+1-... nl�+e nn •:il-�it' 1^ �. � t�����,���„�����h�l�fi�� for. P ,.,�����.�,�,�� �� »caard■�rrd p-�c�d ���ure ' th�turkey.Picture�s were��unloade �n�ac�beok��r'�1.C�1��� � 3. Parks Overview and Staffin�: Parks positions in conjunction with the sidewalk maintenance program where filled in early November. We had great candidates and have accepted offers from the following. ' • �;�ttler: Nick has been working for Meridian Parks and Recreation and has moved to McCall full time to join hi��x����h=��z �C'���at•I��a�-��I�Io�g�Li�entary.Nick has already proven to be an asset and a great addition to the team. • .�T�r�dy: TJ has been working seasonally in the recreation industry for the Forest Service and numerous private agencies and will fill the role left by the vacancy of Tyler Padgett as our facilities maintenance coordinator. TJ has also proven to be an asset and a great addition to the team. • � �� T�P��»�: Matt has been working with a local landscape contractor and snow removal contractor and brim�,s-i��r�c�kbae�l�lcc_a�,�rnnctn��r,tion,�a�, i�_�i��t���r�ca�al �}z�i�n�c�nth�table.He,like the other two candidates,are a welcome addition to our team and things are offto an incredible great start. Facility planning is underway for a possible relocation of the Parks department in conjunction with the proposed library project. StafF continues to meet with the Architect and meetings with the State Historic Preservation Office(SHPO)and the Museum Board have been productive and positive. Staff are currently working with the Public Works Streets Operators and local businesses on the coordination of downtown snow removal. "�r'h��c.�;�*^��,��.�,�-,��������a ���-*i�rrrs�t�i_t.►�to am and ith busi e r- - � c � = e. The program will continue to be analyzed and adjusted to provide the best possible results as we better understand the operation and challenges. Par - 3- �g _ � r� ' d Veterans D d -'te wot� - ui� '�t• • n � 3 - 'ect and cold weather. c cCall V e a��an�i�l�1�1�1�r�rerir�ai��I�git�naP,.flst��� Monthly Deparhnent Report—Parks and Recrearion CITY COiJNCIL PACKET Page 93�c�� December 5,2019 Hazard tree removals within public right of ways are complete in advance of winter weather and street tree maintenance pruning is on schedule. � -- � �. � 4. Miscellaneous • Patch paving on the Warren Wagon Road pathway came in well under budget and is complete. Cost savings were largely a result of contractors being mobilized in conjunction with the County's Warren Wagon Road reconstruction project. • Re-locating Friends of the Library Storage: Parks staff are working with the Friends of the Library � ' and the Library to identify and help relocated their storage space from the Annex building to another ^ location to make room for additional equipment within the annex shops space. Conversations have been positive,and we hope to have a location identified and everything moved in early December. - • Gity Christmas Tree:New lights in the tree have been installed and everything has been tested in . advance of the community lighting event on December 06. Stafftook advantage of the good weather to get the remainder of the seasonal decorations up on the light poles throughout downtown and the � parks.Note:There are almost exactly 1 mile of lights in the tree with over S,OOO light bulbs.The new system contains both colored and white lights on two separate circuits. � � •'v ��'t; A�.y`1 `}',k ��., '. ' f - ;�� �r�` ."'�� .l��% .i' •Y. 'il!'1 _ _ � F •� .� ` v + I • .itl P �i i �r ' .j�p �r7�.-_ri � GL`'�°����`�J'� �•� ..:_� l<irJ (:.`u_,wA:'��J �� � 3�� -- .. �y°i�M�c �� ��..` %�� :-- ( ----- �='> ;%��('1, lI��JPlES�('Cni:c. :_�----�_�_ +a� �a� � � `��.,�.�. :; .�..� ��, ..�. -��� . � ���r' .� .i. � � ��:� �� � ��:� tit:�,a'.'I � Monthly Department Report—Parks and Recreation CITY COIJNCIL PACKET Page 94�f�� December 5,2019 LOT Actual D.,,,o.,per IVlonth 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 17,929 109,097 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 49,031 245,448 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 42,579 295,270 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 15,981 103,456 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 27,806 156,633 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 87,224 381,877 July 47,654 54,276 47,052 42,408 48,747 49,843 54,214 62,187 65,335 71,296 82,520 88,713 102,486 102,472 714,245 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 89,369 641,981 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 82,112 415,829 �.. _ ..�---.�.�,....- _.. -._.- .. --�-�-_=��7 , �.L^,^^f•��.. .,, :..,,. •s`. ... � .�,.-m-;.�n ,.:.�,.�'--�--.� . .,- �:1�@i'-�`-'�. o^.x_,�. �.�. , -..�"�k5rtrv"".'3l"'." ,.:i.�_. ."'°s�„y�,.�^._.R��. .1 S„ Total I]ol(�rs.Receivetl, �"258��3 '^:t�2�Os937 ..�:.266 6 7��;�230�991��,218+84.4��-�v238�849 ;,�260�7.43.,�,-,:-306 7,75�t- 333 218 m_383•658'�.•�449��32 �.•--,48�`7 686 :'S63�30b' 6� 3 715'722! _�. r_�---u ---- ����_,.,�_��'_ _z,.-.���___..,_ _.z�__ , F._�.__ �,-�.. ---�_., --���-_, _____, --�_. __,__ _._.__,_._R._�,__��.�,___�.____.,---_. _�, �� Difference compared to prioryear 22,674 (14,310) (35,635) (12,148) 20,005 21,894 46,032 26,443 50,440 65,474 38,554 75,620 87,438 Percent of change 9% -5% -13% -5% 9% 9% 18% 9% 15% 17% 9% 16% 16% 9 _ � � �P � � ,'a;�j� �,J4U'� ��� � ��. CITY COiJNCIL PACKET Page 79 df�� December 5,2019 TOURISM LOT ACTUAL PERCENTAGES AND FORECASTED DOLLARS FY19 actual ' FY19 Budget and forecast Percentage Five year FY19 Budget+Contingent based on +/-based on Month FY14 FY15 FY16 FY17 FY18 average dollars dollars trend budget Actuai totai Budget total total+/-YTD October 4.02% 5.03% 4.92% 5.29% 4.84% 4.82% 24,821 32,729 30,504 22.89% 30,504 24,821 22.89% November 2.47% 3.06% 2.89% 3.12% 2.98% 2.90% 14,955 19,719 17,929 19.89% 48,433 39,776 21.76% December 5.44% 5.68% 6.94% 6.72% 5.89% 6.13% 31,593 41,658 49,031 55.20% 97,464 71,369 36.56% 1stQuar�terT�t�l 71,309 94,1�7 97;�}64 36.56%' January 7.44% 6.98% 6.94% 6.46% 7.23% 7.01% 36,101 47,602 46,286 28.21% 143,750 107,470 33.76% February 6.60% 7.43% 7.26% 734% 6.86% 7.10% 36,547 48,191 42,579 16.50% 186,329 144,017 29.38% March 5.81% 4.80% 5.28% 5.31% 5.56%. 535% 27,566 36,348 59,451 115.67% 245,780 171,582 43.24% k2ndQuarterTi_otal 1U0,2+13 132,1a1 1�8.39,6 48.00f April 2.61% 3.03% 3.40% 3.05% 2.77% 2.97% 15,307 19,807 15,980 4.40% 261,760 186,889 40.06% May 4.62% 4.88°/ 4.91% 4.78% 4.49% 4.73% 24,380 31,547 27,806 14.05% 289,566 211,269 37.06% June 11.10% 11.09% 11.20% 11.28% 10.39% 11.01% 56,721 73,397 87,224 53.78% 376,790 267,990 40.60% 3rd Qoa_rter Totai 46,4p8 124 Z�52 133,010 35.89% July 19.60% 18.58% 18.37% 18.19% 18.19% 18.59% 95,734 126,234 102,472 7.04% 479,262 363,724 31.77% August 19.49% 16.58% 15.88% 16.65% 15.82% 16.88% 86,954 114,658 89,369 2.78% 568,631 450,679 26.17% September 10.79% 12.86% 12.02% 11.81% 14.97% 12.49% 64,321 84,814 82,112 27.66% 650,743 515,000 26.36% 4,t1��Qwalter Tot�l 247,010 25,7G6 27�3,953 10.91% Total 100.00% 100.00% 100.00% 100.00% 100.00% 100c00% 515,000 676,706 650,743 126.36% 515,000 676,706 515,000 �' � Year to date the actual revenues received for FY19 are 15.52%OVER the year to date revenues for FY18 and 46.87%over the 5 year average year to date. _ 26-Nov-19 ^T'rY COLTNCIL PACKET Page 80�� ;mber 5,2019 ' , ' '` � •5�=1, ...3.,, �.}�_ e m O _ City of McCall To: c��y coun��l ' From: Richard M. Stein,Airport Manager CC: Anette Spickard, City Manager Date: November 26,2019 Re: Monthly Department Report—November 2019 1. Pioneer Hangar UAdate: The historical designation application for the Pioneer/Johnson Flying Service Hangar has ecr�ed ap raval`�m the�ationat'Parks Service:Staff will work on arranging an event commemorating the hangar's historical significance. _ NL�G� ),,��.�o-« �cKGC�Y��- ��� 2. Taxiwav Relocation Proiect: � The airport is currently working with T-O Engineers on an Independent Fee Review. The project remains on schedule. Monthly Deparhnent Report—Airport CITY COLJNCIL PACKET Page 77 c�� December 5,2019 -. � e m o Citg� of 1VIcCa11 To: City Council From: BessieJo Wagner, City Clerk CC: Anette Spickard, City Manager Date: 11/26/19 Re: Monthly Department Report—November 2019 1. Lod�in�(Tourism)LOT: We now have our final (unaudited) collection amount on the FY19 Tourism LOT, th�-mrevenue_,:_-eollected fally fu-nded�37 pr.ojects tota=ling-$542;1�7,and of the;$240;000_r.eque`sted=for�the-L-ibrary-Expansion;_$108, �55-7_-will-b.efunded. n6��� 2. Streets LO'I' ,� � L Our final(unaudited)collection amount on the FY19 Streets LOT is also attached,coming in ati,$�;Oi8;:l,'7_2;? 3. Licenses and Permits: Licenses:Business—4`7�new applications.-.approved-this-last rnonth/�l4issued-in-the-currenrcalendar:year. Education and enforcement are a continuous on-going process. Of-the-business-licenses-reeeived-to-date, 1:6=are:Vacation-r�ntals, l bed�&breakfast,and.2�proper-ty-rnanagement eompanies.It is also renewal season for business licensing. The proposed ordinance revision for short term rentals has been sent out with the renewals for those licenses.Alcohol—One new license was issued to the Pinecone Cafe. Currently,there are 48 approved holders. County alcohol license copies are due by the end of December. Snow Removal Vehicle Decals—25�out of-32�snow-conteactor�haye-received-th�ir-decals-and-are-legal-to-reFmo ev snow. Permits Processed to Date: Vendor pertnits (68); Catering permits (38); Farmers Market permit (1); Fireworks Display (3) Fireworks Stands (5); Animal Drawn Vehicle Permits (2); Public Events (6); Peddlers permits (1) 4. Staff/Trainin�: O�ur-Receptionisr-Jodi=Weaver;has-been-promo.ted�to�the=L'ublic Works=Administrativei,Ass.istat��positio'n. We wish her well in her new position. We are fortunate that she is staying within our organization. The recruitment process to fill that vacancy has been started. The date for accepting applications closes on December 5�'.We hope to have someone in the position by the first of the year. In the meantime,we have Jodi part-time until December 16"'and then Amanda, Shay,and I will fill in. Monthly Department Report—Clerk CITY COLTNCIL PACKET Page 78 df��3 December 5,2019 . �. �� Ir' ��. City of McCa11 em O CIiY MANAG�R To: City Council From: Anette Spickard, City Manager Date: November 25,2019 Re: Monthly Department Report-November 2019 � 1. Pavette Lakes Recreational Water and Sewer District Update: I attended the November Board meeting as well as a one-on-one meeting with the District's General � Manager. The Board has seated two new Directors. The Board is comprised of Ellen Holm (Chair), Ken ` Patterson(Vice-Chair),Mark Larson,Dallas Young,and Bill Weida.Th�=Board-will=haid=a:publicliear.ing � on=December=l=8 for=an-updated�sewer-conn�ctiori�f��=as=r�comi-�ehd.esl_}�y.�kei�cansulta�ts. The new fee is based on the City of Hayden supreme court case methodology that all municipalities and special districts are required to follow. The e-n w-connection-fee-is�proposed=to=be=a=rriaYirnum-of approximatel-y_$1-0-1OQ:_, The District continues to work on updating their sewer model and expects it to be completed after the first of the new year. Once it is complete, a Post Annexation JWAG will be scheduled to discuss the policy implications for both the City and the District. 2. McCall Senior/Communitv Center Update: I continue to attend the Center's board meetings. The-C-enter-wrll-replaee-their-ear-p�t in Decembe�.�vith�a �$2,-5_QO_grant from-the Prog�ressive-C-lub-and a:$500-eost-share-contr-ibution from=the-City. In addition to their regular meal service and food pantry program,the Center is planning community events for the winter including a Bake'Sale-and=Craft--Fair;Bingo_N'ight, and the traditional �?an,�cake Bxeakfast and warming station for the Winter Carnival. 3. Chamber of Commerce Strate�ic Initiatives-Recvclin�Update: As part of my service on the Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors,I am participating in their Strategic Initiatives committee.�R�cyeling=is:.the=�ur-rent=focus. The committee is following the recent decisions by Valley County to address plastics recycling as well as their plans to open a new facility in Lake Fork in the spring of 2020. The^fiitr�r.e=L-ake F-ork faeili�y-will=be=staffed-and9feneed-to better-manage-tlie-influx o� �rnaterials-a- nd-prevent:trash-dumping. At the November committee meeting, several ideas for supporting and promoting recycling were identified=to_enco.urage_businesses-to-�erate=inote-sustairiabLy_�ar�d_c.elebrate those_bus�nesses�vho already,incor.porate-sustainability-in-their-prae�ices. This will help support and �__�__._ _— __— — complement the-Git,y_�s,Gieen B.usiness-program� � . � ��- �,� .- �1��'�� � ��� � � � Monthly Deparhnent Report—City Manager CITY COiJNCII,PACKET Page 75 df�� December 5,2019 4. McCall Golf Club PGA Professional contract undate: Allan Morrison,PGA Professional for the McCall Golf Club,has given notice to the City tharhe=is=aetive y se�king=another_�qualifedl?GA�P_rofessional-to-assume_the-rernaining_thr.ee years-of-the-cont�act. Per the termsVo£the-contr-act;the__C-_ity will�be_able_to_evaluate=aridapp�o�e_the��er-son-to-w-fiom�he�proposes t� cassign-the_contract. � 5. Human Resources Update: /�� ,�l�t � The annual Employee Holiday Party will be held Friday,I.�eeembe�20�at6=p:ir�at:Banyans�,City�C-.ouncil CY/� �.�, �is welcorn�`o--ai�e°nd.The theme is"$an�a'-s�Wo`rl�shop"and everyone is encouraged to come as their best / �� Elf Self. In�Deeember,=the_City-w.ill�host�a-"Gi�ing�Tree"—in-therCit_y_�alLLobby w:itli tags_des�cribing requested-dQnation=iterns-for-chi.Idr.erLin�need-in-our-ar�a.Employees and Council Members are encouraged to take a tag and bring the�equested-item�withyourto�the=I=Ioliday=P-ar-ty-for-wrapping-and=deliv�r-y-to-the �seho�L-distr-iat. , V €tl We-have_been-for-tunate_to_have-f l.led=severaL-o£ourvacant=positions over the-past rnohth.We have a new ,� `'(��" z Streets Operator I and a new Administrative Assistant in our Public Works Department.We also have�three, ,J��` � ei�`em�loyees in our Parks.Departrr�,ent; two of them will be assisting with general Parks maintenance and sidewalk snow removal, and the third is replacing an employee who resigned as our Parks and Recreation Facilities Coordinator.Recruiting efforts continue in our Police Department,and at the time of this update, w�have_e�terided offers_to.,f 1Ltwo o�.our vacant P-atrol-Officer ositions-and-our--C-ode Enfoxee,ment�pos�tion.We are currently working through the pre-employment steps necessary for those applicants to be employed in our Police Department and hope to have that process completed soon. W�-� still_have�a:fe_�v.�p.ositions-to-f�ll-to-be-fiill_y-staffed�in_all=departrnents. We are recruiting for a Receptionist at City Hall,a Water System Manager, and Police Officer. �" _ �.� �--- - ______.=!`� We will be kicking off our annual employee performance evaluation process in December as well as our annual ICRMP trainings.The ICRMP trainings help keep the cost of our liability insurarice premium low. �r � � �� 5�r � �- , � 0 � �ks �,�5 � � � �,� �� � � � � � � �� �� � � � � � � �� ���� �� Q' �� �� Monthly Deparhnent Report—City Manager CITY COLJNCIL PACKET Page 76 c�f�� December 5,2019 McCall � Q �' AREA LHAMBER of COMMERCE ��� 8 VISITORS BUREAU � ,� � `�• , McCall Area Chamber and Visitors Bureau ' Thursday, November 14, 2019 Notes �,LS� 8am at Shore Lodge Corporate Offices �f �l�s�� J Board meeting call to order at 8:04am In-Person:Mindy Miller,Tammy McCloud,Lisa Johnson,Vonna Torrey,Jenny Ruemmele,Dustin Ames,Scotty Davenport,April Whitney,Shane Hinson,Annette Spickard Guests:McKenzie Kraemer,Andrew Mentzer Staff:Lindsey Harris&Rachel Aaronson Call-In:Jill Morris-Chapman • Approval of October Minutes i.April Whitney motion to approve,Dustin Ames seconded,motion passed. ' • West Central Mountains Leadership Academy Report(Tammy McCloud Reported) i.Leadership retreat went well!Going to Cascade next week.Every month they will be taking a new leadership skill.Leadership meeting Monday to look at themes. � � • WCMEDC Report(Andrew Mentzer) i.New office,located by Pine Top,collaborative office.Open house tomorrow for 5pm-7pm ii.600 entries for the housing data,information is ready to go!Going to use info to help with opportunity tax and new housing initiative iii.Census is looking for about 200 people for 2020 to help gather information � iv.Rapid McCall:Take the survey • Community Reports a. City of McCall—Anette Spickard i. November and December meetings changed.Looking for a chamber member for December.Topic will be about the library expansion. � ii. Letter form the city has gone out to business owners about the new sidewalk initiative. iii. City council approves to hire a new golf rep to help preserve and protect the McCall golf course. b.New Meadows-Sandy Schiffman;report not available. c.Donnelly-Belinda Provancher i.Christmas in Donnelly December 7ih at the Elementary School. d.Cascade-Scotty Davenport i. Officer elections for Cascade Chamber.Looking at having a high schooler taking the position. ii. Working on Winter Jamboree to be held in February iii. Cascade Chamber has a new office,behind Umpqua bank iv. Midas Gold is up for permits • Governance Team:Tammy McCloud,Vonna Torrey,Jenny Ruemmele,Gary Thompson(Past President) 1) Ponderosa Center Follow-Up:Discussion re:the potential op,�or•tunity-fora-visitor-eenterdown-atthg P_onder.osa center once•built-and�whatfhafmight°look=fike. 2) Office Staff Time—be cognizant if you have an event or task that requires extra staff time 3) Chamber Tree for Festival of Trees:Lindsey asked the board for volunteers to craft a tree.Vonna and Lisa said they would help with the Chamber tree. • Treasurer's Report:Finance/Grants:Jenny Ruemmele(Chair),McKenzie Kramer,Lindsey Harris 1) Review October Financials:Jenny reported we are on track with financials.Shane motioned to approve,April 2"d,financials approved. • Office Report(Rachel Aaronson): 1. Ski Shows:Spokane this weekend(Lindsey)&PDX Next Weekend(Rachel) • Lindsey will be in Spokane and Rachel will be in Portland ' • Taking raffle tickets to the ski show and collateral from little ski hill and Tamarack to also be at the Brundage/McCall Chamber Booth. • Shane volunteered to help put up lights on the chamber office.Set-up decoration party at the chamber office. • Team Reports: a. Membership Services:Jill(Co-Chair),Melanie(Co-Chair),Vonna,Lindsey,Shannon i. Jill reported the fall membership meeting is all ready to go ii. Reported we are aiming to have non-profit and citizen pricing by spring. b. Marketing/Communications/Website:April(ChairJ, Vonna,Belinda,McKenzie,Lindsey,Dustin,Sam Sais,Rachel,HayfeyJohnson i. Site visit from Washington Post and Lonely Planet went well. ii. Magazine is out.Mountain Hollydays is on its way,will be out before Thanksgiving iii. Marketing is going to put a flow calendar together CITY COLJNCIL PACKET Page 73 of 204 December 5,2019 MCCa.II . . AREA CHAMBER of COMMERCE I'�� 8 VISITORS BUREAU � `/ � �� ' c. Strategic Initiotives:Jenny Ruemmele,Michelle,Scotty,Steve,Lindsey,Andrew Mentzer,Anette i. Jenny reported they are looking at more ways to support recycling and environmental initiatives. ii. Recycling center retracted their plastic band and will be accepting plastics again 1-7 that will be shipped to SLC to a cement plant. d. Events:Lisa(Chair),McKenzie,Lindsey,Tammy,Rachel,Kristin Amarante,Michael Hayes(Brundage),Vonna,Shannon,Liane Eastman,Stefanie Bork i. Lisa reported Tree lighting in on December 6�h.There are 1 mile of new lights on the tree. ii. Raffle ticket sales has started.Board members have been asked to each raffle off 30 tickets by Winter Carnival. Goal is to sell all 3,000 this year.All board members were asked to keep track to their ticket sales with tracking log. iii. Women Ignite McCall is on December 9th at 6:30pm and will be a winter PJ party at Fern and Feather.75 max, tickets$25.April mentioned Diva Day�at Brundage on January llth and that maybe W.I might want to look at coordinating with them for something. iv. Next Events Team meeting is on December 6th at 9am. . v. McKenzie asked for various event chairs for winter carnival from the Board. e. Gront:McKenzie,Tammy,Lindsey i. 2018 State grant is approved and closed! � ii. 10 co-grantees signed on for 2019-2020 for the State Grant.Co-grantee program will change this year and now will have to follow the same process the chamber follows with the State. , Additional Topics:Save the Date for Mayor Aymon's Farewell party at Banyans on the Green on Jan.9�h.Mindy thanked the marketing team for the beautiful new winter magazine and the highlighting of many businesses in the articles. UPCOMING DATES OF IMPORTANCE • November 21st Fall Membership Meeting at Ruby's Kitchen from 5-7pm • City Council Community Reporting:December 5th—Lisa Volunteered • December Board Meeting:December 12th at 8 am at Shore Lodge Corporete Offices • Holiday BAH at Rupert's New Bar on December 19th from 5-7pm with a Toast and Boast segment to thank people within the . community for something they have done!End 2019 on a positive note. Meeting adjourn at 9:17am CITY COiJNCIL PACKET Page 74 of 204 December 5,2019 1VIcCAI,L CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-269 Meeting Date: December O5, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Originator DepartmentApprovals Initials or Su orter Rec�uest for Approval of the Single Event tvta or/Council Concessions Pet�mit— The 9t�'Annual Flaslz Point c� Manatrer " Clerk McCall Snow Bike Race -Saturday, January 25� Treasurer 2Q2Q ��� �� �— 1%r�. � /,, Communi Develo ment �� � Police De artment /�, '�,Q,� , Public Works L/� ` Golf Course COST IMPACT: $300-$600 Parks and Recreation KW Originator FUNDING Event Revenue Ai ort SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: Winter Carniva12020 Information S stems Grant Coordinator SUMMARYSTATEMENT.• � This event was held at the McCall Golf Course for the first six years and had outgrown the venue. The event promoter worked with City staff to relocate the event to Riverfront Park in 2017 to better � � accommodate and manage traffic, parking, spectators, and race participants. Thevevent.has�receiVe:d_very 1?ttle�negative feedback_over-the=years-at this-location-and-the-event-prorrioter_has worked_to�mifigate=th�ose --- -- ---- comments=for_tkis_y.ear's event. The event promoter=left_the�ite-in-as-good-if-not-better cond:itiion-than=v�hen �--- — he arrived. The Parlcs_andiRecreation�Advisory�_C-onampittee has reviewed the event proposal and voted� u�animous:Ly in-support of the relocation to Riverfront_P-ark_�and=keeping=tlie=event as=a--`p-art-of=-Winter Car�al. �� ��ers �Sf� T;:�� �,S%� ��{, '� �j�}C� ��� ���� �.��- / A.iterations�hav_e_been-made_to=the_c.ourse-ro=accorrimodate-concems=from=nei�gfibors=in-Rivers=Crossing �regar.d.ingrthe closure of_the_path-way-connection9to-town-from�ZiverszCrossirig�dui-ing-las�-year's--e�ent. This_=y_ea�'-s�course=will-only cr-oss�this=roacl/p_ath-in-two�locatioris�with�traffe-eontrol to-allow use�`s�to�pass when_safe_to-do:�so. The euen�promotor�also made,effort�to_eontact-the-Rivers Crossing-HQA�r.egardking �--_____------- tl�ese_e.ffo�ts. Staff requests that Council Review and discuss the conditions outlined in the Single Use Agreement for the Snow Bike Race. Note: C�-ty-sta.ff-spent_far_less-time-and=energy._on�the=e�ent�than=in.year.s�past-ew.h�en the-event was-held=at the. o.lf course. Athaehed�__ou�wiil-.f nd�a=full=descri-tion-of the-event_and=a=ma =o�the venue-a`rid=%ac�ecourse. RECOMMENDED ACTION: Approve the Single Event Concessions Permit for the Snow Bike Race based on the conditions or any revisions to the a reement and authorize the Ma or to si all necessa documentation. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETINGDATE ACTION CITY COLJNCIL PACKET Page 43 of 204 December 5,2019 SINGLE USE AGREEMENT THIS SINGLE USE AGREEMENT(hereinafter referred to as the "Agreement") is made and entered into this OS day of December, 2019, by and between the CITY OF MCCALL, hereinafter referred to as "City", and Ron Dillon (R&R Promotions) hereinafter referred to as "Licensee", whose address is PO Box 7075, Boise Idaho, 83707. WHEREAS, the City of McCall is the owner of Riverfront Park in McCall, Idaho (hereinafter referred to as "Riverfront Park"); WHEREAS, on December O5, 2019, the McCall City Council approved limited use of Riverfront Park for the Snow Bike Race to be held on January 25, 2020, the first Saturday of Winter Carnival, subject to the terms of this Agreement; and WHEREAS,Licensee has submitted to City its proposal to use Riverfront Park on January 25, 2020 for the Snow Bike Race. NOW, THEREFORE, City and Licensee, agree as follows: 1. The term of this Agreement shall be Janua�.y._25,.�2020 during the Snow Bike Race. City acknowledges receipt from L�icensee�o.£the_sum_of$45_Q�QO�representing the reservation fee and damage deposit. 2. Licensee agrees to follow the terms set out in Licensee's proposal to the extent not inconsistent with the specific terms of this Agreement, and to comply with all applicable laws, including the McCall City Code. 3. Licensee shall immediately provide to City for approval, the pWaiv�r�o£.L-iability,, tliat fhe=bi`ke�racers-wi�l�l=sign=as�p-ar-t of-their-registration�and will accept such edits or additions as the City of McCall may suggest for`protection of the City. 4. Licensee shall immediately provide the City of McCall a C�xtificate..o�-�iab.ilit� Ir1s,�urance_(ACORD Form 27) with the City added as an additional insured in an amount not less than $1,000,000 per occurrence. 5. Licensee hereby indemnifies, agrees to defend, and holds the City harmless from any and all claims arising out of Licensee's use of Riverfront Park for the Snow Bike Race. Licensee shall not use Riverfront Park until all conditions in this agreement are met,including that the Certificate of Liability Insurance described herein has been provided to the City of McCall. c�� � 6. Licensee shall immediately provide to City for approval, a letter L�iceris.-ee�.,w�lls� �` �' J •�� distribut�e to all_neighbors,of Rivexfr.ont Par-k on-or-before-�J`anuary�l 5,-2020.�infoirning ihein-of-the�' �.<� ��0�' na� s1z�e�an�ei eral outlineltimefrarne-of th e�ent� G,i_ty�of McCa.11=-�vr.1.l�provrde�L-icensee-�= �� e`!� v�trth�a-lrst=and-addresses-of al�l-neighbor-s-of-Riverfr_ont�ark? I��"� � 1n 1 y � 7. Licensee shall immediately provide to City for approval, the Event's Setup Logistics which will include the following information, and specify when (prior to, during, and/or after the Snow Bike Race) each item will be undertaken: Page 1 of 3 SINGLE USE AGREEMENT—R&R Promotions December O5,2019 CIT'I'COLJNCIL PACKET Page 44 of 204 December 5,2019 �� ��� �I Other than the paint and some trim and screws,th�roof cost the department nothin�. Staff have also been re-arranging the back room of the building to have things better organized and make room for lockers. 6. Equipment Maintenance: Having some staff with typing skills has been a huge benefit this year. One of my part time employees used to own a parts store and has been helping the mechanic organize and inventory parts.They are also putting all the parts in My Turf,which is the parts management program that came with the leased equipment. This will make knowing what is in inventory and make reordering easy. 7. Restaurant• The restaurant is now back to its winter hours/days which is Thursday open at 4:00 p.m., Friday and Saturday 11:00-8:00 p.m., and Sunday 11:00-2:00 p.m. Thursday is Steak Night and Saturday is Prime Rib Night. • 8. Golf Course Closed Earlv: When it snowed on the 19�'and hadn't melted on Monday the 21St,the Golf Pro Allan Morrison and the Golf Course Superintendent discussed whether to keep the course open or not. Taking into consideration the long-range weather forecast, the fact there were more dog walkers t an gol�f�,the lack of revenue and cost of staff in both the rosho and restaurant it was decided to pull the lu and close the course or the season. This allowed staff time to finish most of the work before winter set in. is turne out to e a good decision as the weather dropped to single digits the end of the month.The dog stations are all up and the paths have been busy with walkers __ f eve�ince� � � � ���-- � WW�,��k-( GLr, �G�-f�.v�`� � ° / 9. Irrigation: ��- �y.cJ �v,•�-C� � � �ao� ��ra �i��fn3 -- i S�ff was able to blow out the irrigation before the temperature hit its coldest however, because of compressor problems with the rented compressor, it took longer than planned. When it froze �hard, the crew was able to get into one of the irrigation ponds and clean it out with use of the Parks new mini excavator. This will give the course more water storage in the summer and the material pulled out is stockpiled and will be used for construction projects in the future. � ����� � �� �� � `� i ,� .� ,�� ��. . �L� � �� �� � �� Q � _ � a y ���-S \r Cl . Monthly Deparhnent Report—Golf Course _ COLJNCIL PACKET Page 134 of 260 November 7,2019 � � e m 0 City of McCall To: City Council From: Eric McCormick, Golf Course Superintendent CC: Anette Spickard, City Manager Date: 10/30/2019 Re: Monthly Department Report—October 2019 1. Weather: Winter arrived early in October. It was much cooler and wet plus multiple snow storms. 2. Staff: Finishing out October with three full time employees and seven seasonal employees of which four are part time. We also have one community service person putting the roof on the maintenance building.Billy Romero and I both took a few vacation�days tlie end of the month as we were starting to lose vacation time: �g:,�L� �I Q�.�d-�j-e. � ��� �'�,� �`� `J . 3. Greens• ��-L��``—� The greens went through October in good shape.We were able to able to Hydroject all the greens before stafFblew out the irrigation.The Hydroject is 24 years old and still use it.This is a process where high pressure water is blasted fhrougli t e tu eavmg sinall holes that help with air movement and drainage in the soil. I was able to get the snow mold fungicide application on before the end of the month.The first part of November,staff are scheduled to put the covers on 12 greens.Because the ground has frozen already,nails will have to be applied to hold the covers dawn as the stanles normallv>>�P��x�ill hancL r 4. Trees• Staff utilized the wet weather to work on the trees. It was nece�sary to remove�43 trees that were either dead or dying. The best of the removed trees were cut into lo� lenQths to use later in construction projects arid others chopped for fire wood for the maintenance building and club house.Everyt ing else was put t oug t le c ipper. �. 5. Maintenance Buildin�: � Staff is pre-staining siding for the maintenance building to have it ready to install in November. F � The siding was milled from logs that were removed from the golf course. The recycled metal � roofing was donated by two housing project and being installed by a roofer doin community service.It's not the prettiest but wi eep us dry.Staff plan on painting the roofing once installed. Monthly Department Report—Golf Course (��J �� COLJNCIL PACKET �n'l ����� Page 133 of 260 November 7,2019 �. - r ::t �� Memo To: CityCouncil �l�yi ��MMcCall SYSTEMS From: Chris Curtin,InfoSys Manager Date: 11-7--2019 Re: Monthly Department Report—November 7�',2019 1. Network Infrastructure,Proiects and Services: Core switch upgrades went smoothly with no intei7uption of business to the end users. The new switches are a fantastic upgrade that helps address when we need to discover where a system is connected and\or when a system has issues that can cause network challenges such and over utilization of bandwidth. � ' ) Syrin a has a roached the City about leasing conduit to interconnect one of their customers. I have �� asked them to look into providirig the City of McCall wrt i e Mile capabi ity an they have been receptive. �p��,�;�,.` � � �s�f.t,�h � � �/ 2. Software Anplications and Services: � Information Systems is moving forward with the SharePoint implementation. This will be a longer horizon change—3 to 4 months—as we design the new file structure and implement an internal web portal that staff will use to access internal resources. SharePoint is an e�ension of the Office 365 software the we currently use. InfoSys has been working with Finance on a plan for credit card payments options. We anticipate getting this online on or before Jan 1 Sr �, 1 ' � ���� s �� � ' , � ��/ ,.1— ��, � 4 C, �'<�i" l^'I n� � ��r�... � � �:���� ��� � . � ,� � G �- f , ��� `�� �� f��� ���L���� ��� . • . �d ��.�— �-j�� � � � .�-�.� ���-, j �' ,��� �y. t��` � � �. Monthly Deparhnent Report—Information Systems COLJNCIL PACKET Page 135 of 260 November 7,2019 e m o City of McCa1i To: City Council From: Meg Lojek,Library Director CC: Anette Spickard, City Manager ' Date: 10/30/2019 Re: Monthly Department Report—October 2019 1. Staff: The part time front desk librarian position has been filled by Jennifer Hoban. ' . .�.-----� 2. Classes,Workshons,Events: Please see attached for November library program calendar. ' �d Free movie benefit for Shepherd's Home, Heartland Hunger, and Cram the Van. The movie is Emilio `� Estevez in The Public, about homeless people taking over a public library in the Midwest for an evening. � Movie will be a`�t the Golf Course Clubhouse, and donations will support these 3 community organizations. Wednesday,November 20,7:00 PM. ' The Armchair Travelogue hosts a presentation by local business owner and teacher, Jodi Lea, about her pilgrimage to Assisi.November 7,6:30 PM. . � Payette Children's Forest granted $300 to support library programs about bats, bees, birds and butterflies. Bat Week was attended by 27 people and was a great partnership with a Boy Scout Project as well.Bat Story Time had 50 people attend. � y Doing Democracy "Solution or Pollution? What is our local government doing to help control climate � change?"was attended by 23 very motivated people. �� (�1��--�--.�•=���c----�— ��''------- `'� "--- � ��r� .t Ct-�� C.-=� �` 3. The Next Chanter Campai�n: �,_� �h -S/2.z� � Library design progress:We have accomplished a plan for repurposing the existing library as a shared space � �b� between three departments. Consultants are working on finalizing cost estimates for an upcoming work � �session with Council. Other goals are fine-tuning the scope and funding of the library project's related ,U n,�� �elements(e.g.,�pedestrian plaza,moving the"Shortcut"statue,parking,Parks,and elements in the Children's ���I" � 'Discovery Garden). We are grateful that Gustie Laidlaw,Pavla CIouser and Kurt Wolf are forming a team ' � ��to address the landscap esign o the p aza at no addihonal cost to the pro�ect. \� 44 C � � The Library is the honored recipient of$10,000 closing MIC funds to support librar'y growth. �����l 4. Library Stats: �� October statistics will be included with next month's re ort to ca ture the com lete month. � P P P ���D���t�tReport—Library _ Page 136 of260 November 7,2019 350,000 - . Four Year Actuals Comparison 300,000 250,000 � . b� � � zoo,000 150,000 100,000 50,000 — � i October November December January February March April May June July August September ■FY16 �FY17 ■FY18 0 FY19 ■FY20 O Forecast COiJNCIL PACKET Page 127 of 260 November 7,2019 Streets LOT Actual Dollars Earned per Month October - $ 108,126 $ 112,469 $ 126,495 34Z,090 November - $ 79,803 $ 86,641 $ 92,146 258,590 December 159 $ 123,870 $ 131,999 $ 163,940 419,968 January $ 99,990 $ 100,678 $ 117,630 $ 134,747 453,045 February $ 100,883 $ 103,484 $ 109,852 $ 119,564 433,783 March $ 85,338 $ 93,631 $ 107,286 $ 154,713 440,968 April $ 70,264 $ 68,894 $ 71,020 $ 76,837 287,015 May $ 97,418 $ 103,831 $ 110,511 $ 119,402 431,162 June $ 168,831 $ 179,572 $ 207,941 $ 255,465 811,809 July $ 235,029 $ 257,593 $ 282,181 $ 293,877 1,068,680 August $ 208,024 $ 234,143 $ 252,909 $ 261,933 957,009 September $. 169,309 $ 191,252 $ 232,677 $ 230,363 823,601 �� Total Dol ars Rec iv�el $.1,2�35,?45 �1,64�;8r77 $�1,82�3,].15 $�2,029,4 7 6,732 7�0 ��' Difference compared to prioryear $409,632 $178,239 $206,366 Percent of change 33% 11% 11% 0 Budgeted Dollars $700,000 $1,500,000 $1,500,000 $1,933,772 � �'� 1 � _ , COLJNCIL PACKET Page 128 of 260 November 7,2019 use immediately. New topics,industry trends,and updated information are added to every session to keep ,-- �� training alive and pertinent. To become certified, participants complete four training sessions offered by " Idaho PRIMA.Courses are repeated every two years. The certification process may start with any course. Successful candidates are awa t the PRIMA training sessions with an en aved 1 letter is sen�t fo-t e reci ie ' eir accomp is ent. � � �_ 4� � i r . � �� T" � �.�� � ( � # ����:���� ��� z I'�s'`° vI,.. � � I �vg'' :5� � r TY`q � .�?�; } 3 T ���/)/1V�v" � � V 'F r�,. ��_ '� t�� 2", `4 7�.r�4....it�"__ . t.<L �� s�' � � i ��, v�€' .��;d�, � i i'�: �. ifi:......: `\1 I+ 1 � Monthly Department Report—Clerk COLJNCIL PACKET Page 123 of 260 November 7,2019 LaserFiche Trainin�Svnopsis Day One—Metadata and Repository Mana�ement This was a great look at how to use templates and metadata to automate functions and make information in the repository easily searchable by all. Understanding the information needed by LaserFiche Users, automatically capturing it when placed in the repository and notifying any user that �� may need to know this information is available can save time in data entry and in searching for documents when they are needed.The metadata can also be used for detailed analysis of processes taking place within city hall. Laserfiche has an easy to use and powerful reports generating application that draws information from the metadata stored with the documents. How I would like to use this information going forward: First, I think it is important to attach metadata fields to existing documents in Laserfiche. Knowing what data is important to specific documents and having it available for searching will simplify finding a document when it is needed. It will also help with - records retention. From there, I would like to see documents standardized and folders set up,so the metadata is automatically pulled into the template when the document is deposited in a folder.This will save additional time in data entry and ensure necessary information is available across all documents collected by the city. Day Two—Form Construction This day covered the creation offorms and the workflow once a form is completed and submitted.This will be a huge asset to the city as well as citizens doing business with the city. Having forms available to complete on our website will make it easier for community members to locate the form and submit it online instead of having to come to city hall to complete a form or print it themselves to hand deliver or mail. Submitting the form online will make sure the�form is routed to appropriate staff and deposited into the appropriate Laserfiche folder, cutting down on forms being misplaced. Having the forms process automated will also ensure all information needed on the form is collected, as you can make fields mandatory,saving much hassle in tracking down information when it is not provided. Eligibility of forms will be an additional advantage. How I would like to use this information going forward: I would like to start with a few simple forms, creating the form and workflow, and making sure they are available online and working for the public. Then I would like to practice and master a more complicated form that requires a more in-depth workflow, making sure I can get all the pieces to work correctly. Once confident in my skills, I would like to team with Erin Greaves to train someone in each department to learn how to create their forms in LaserFiche and publish them to the website. I would be available to help if needed. DaY Three—Workflow This day was eye opening in learning how Laserfiche can automate many of the manual processes within the city, making sure things get completed on time,send reminders and have someone else in the chain of command notified when a task isn't completed.This is a huge asset for tasks that need to move, through several people in varying departments.You can also easily determine where there might be a hold up in a process. Unfortunately,workflow is not yet available for cloud users.They plan to have this ready to launch in the next 6 months. It is a complex process, and once it is available, it would probably be great for the IS team to sit down with departments to get an understanding of what processes are currently in place and _ how they could be automated. It would likely be the IS employees programing the workflow behind the scenes. COLTNCIL PACKET Page 124 of 260 November 7,2019 emo �i�y of McCaII To: City Council From: Michelle Groenevelt,Community&Economic Development Director,AICP �y�.� CC: Anette Spickard, City Manager ������c�'�f�� 0 Date: 10/30/19 fl�� � �z �i v� �d---- ��cv�' Re: Monthly Department Report—October 2019 ��� y►��r--e^�y ` _ �{"`'`�-y� Y es���,�5 S 1. Housin�• '� McCall Redevelopment Agency (MRA) directed staff to work with The Housing Company for the Davis Ave parcel. Staff attended the Mountain Town Planners summrt and the Intensive ousing Workshop. The main lessons for McCall were to keep the deed restrictions consistent and do not decentralize the application process for units. "7 ��,,�- Q.�i e� �t�f` q���-''^� 2. Code Update: Diane Kushlan, a planning consultant, is leading the Code Update process in 2019. Airport Code Update is scheduled for the November Planning&Zoning Commission (PZC) meeting. Consultant presented code updates for local housing/short term rentals on October 1 PZC meeting and there w� be a work session for City Council November 7 so the ordinances can be presented at November 21 Council meeting. If approved, the local housing code updates will go to the Valley County Commission in Decem er with the goal of bemg effective an. 1. � 3. Urban Renewal: The next regular meeting is on December 17 which will include a list of potential projects for FY20. 4. GIS: Updated aerial photo was flown Friday Oct 25! Staff should have the new imagery with in the next few months. GIS worked with the Streets denartment on the update .navem .n a��e�Sment and created a field app for data colle ' . Field work continues with the own own construction project and various water projects throughout the City. Staff_ created a dashboard for the IT department to help monitor the interest in the RAPID project for minute updates to the field work done by the conduit installation crew. 5. Buildin�• See Building Permit Report for more information on permit activity and revenue. Budget revenues were exceeded. Monthly Department Report—Community&Economic Development COUNCII,PACKET Page 117 of 260 November 7,2019 � The Building Official has been working on the review of the Library Design Development as part of the Library Core Group. - � , �6. Planning: There are 11_land use appli ac�tions on the November agenda,but applications are finally slowing down, with o�ly five scheduled for the December agenda. Code complaints are also slowin�down for the winter. The Commission is continuing to work on code amendment applications,which will soon be making their way to Council for approval. 7. Economic Develonment: Business Development: Staff will meet with Idaho Commerce and West Central Mountains ;���;�� Economic Development Council staff on Thursday,November 7 to discuss business recruitrnent and retention strate�ies to comnlement the Citv's downtown core revita ization efforts. Grants: Grant report is attached. The Shelton Foundation has awarded the City of McCall Parks and � Recreation Department$1632 to support the installation of three interpretive signs along the recently completed Wooley Boardwalk— one about the function of wetlands, one about the importance of pollinator species and one providing a regional pathways map. Public Art: Staff will join artist Susan Madacsi on Boise State Radio's Idaho Matters program on Thursday,November 7, noon to 1:00 pm for an interview about the Lardo Brid e ublic art ro'ect and McCall's pu lic art program. Applications from artists interested in the Downtown Public Art _— Project are due November 25,2019. Historic Preservation: The next regular meeting of the Historic Preservation Commission is - November 18, 1:00 pm in Legion Hall. Recruitment is underway for one Commission member with professional experience in history, archeology, and/or architecture. � Monthly Deparhnent Report—Community&Economic Development COLJNCIL PACKET Page 118 of 260 November 7,2019 -/ �� xr�� 6Y l'�b� P ��� e _ ti� Wbl� �✓a"' � Community Cohesion through the Arts �' � �� Examples of successful public art programs in Reno, Nashville, and Fort Collins CO. Use of room tax and urban renewal. 1%of public construction projects dedicated to art. Use of community engagement as part of na y public art project, artists in residence, maker spaces and neighborhood grants for place- making, collaboration with schools and animal shelters,transit agencies, utilities. Repurposing of old � grain si os in o o ins as p ayground features in new park. Celebrate your Native history with your public art. Use of murals, landscaping, lighting to brighten up blighted areas such as alleyways which improves public safety. Non-Cash Employee Benefit strategies Small group break out session to explore ways cities are attracting and retaining employees without salary increases. Examples,flexible schedules,shared employees/cross training,years of service recognition, employee recognition,wellness programs and rewards for meeting wellness goals, Monday through Thursday extended day work schedules with every Friday off,telecommuting, points program for employee recognition that employee can redeem for prizes at end of year, discounts on city programs (taxable t0 employee),dog friendly/kid friendly workplace policies, modern and clean work environments with functioning tools to do the job—get rid of that 1970's furniture and cubicle lavout, brighten up workspaces and get rid of drab colored paint/furniture, rethink your paid holiday schedules —there are 7 city holidays when office is closed,staff get another 5 holidays they can schedule on their own to recognize their own religious beliefs, birthdays. Use ofF duty police officers as fitness coaches for other city employees, provide fitness equipmen-Allow paid time off for community volunteerism, participate in "day of service" projects, better utilize the Employee Assistance Program (EAP)services for menta ea , provi e a zero interest down payment assistance program to employees that live in city limits and if they meet a years of service requirement then forgive the loan (commonly used to attract police and fire employees),student loan repayment assistance program. COLJNCIL PACKET Page ll 5 of 260 November 7,2019 V y, 1 e m o- City of McCa11 To: City Council Froin: Richard M. Stein,Airport Manager CC: Anette Spickard, City Manager Date: 10/31/19 ' Re: Monthly De�partment Report—2019 1. Aviation Conference in Helena: I attended an aviation conference in Helena on October 23`a and 24�'. Meetings were held with FAA and State officials to discuss upcoming projects. These projects included the T�iway Relocation, Airport Master Plan,and Capital Improvement funding. 2. Special Meetin�with Citv Council co�cernin�Airport Develonment: On October 25�'I met with City Council to discuss various Airport Development,Taxiway Relocation, � and Airport Master Plan projects. Council provided their thoughts and direction to staff for these projects. Monthly Department Report—(Airport) COUNCIL PACKET Page 116 of 260 November 7,2019 City Manager Department Report—October 2019 I ,�-e-`y� ICMA Conference October 19—October 23,2019 Q� r ��� � �I�, �G�� �,� `'`` � G�. � � � Keynote Speaker#1 Leonard Brody,Technology and Business Visionary � f� t� - V'���1' �„�L ! .. Historical overview oftechnology changes,speed of change and societal adjustments. Government��J� ��,�yt� tends to react not be on cutting edge. Example of fastest adaption to change is the switch from �� predominantly horse drawn carriages to predominantly automobiles in less than 10 years which required government to establish road systems, paving,signage, driving rules,fueling systems, insurance systems, law enforcement, manufacturing standards. Internet was the next big change forcing . government to adapt to new business processes, analytics, consumer expectations.The upcoming change that government has to get up to speed on is blockchain technology which will totally change how we do business. He predicts change is now occurring every 730 days so we can no longer take 5 years to plan for and implement changes which has been the typical government time to respond. ' , Keynote Speaker#2 Bonnie St.John,first black Paralympic Medalist in Winter Olympics,Harvard grad, Rhoades scholar, researcher on leadership and high performing individuals,author of multiple books Framework for Micro-Resiliency. An approach to address the daily pressures and challenges we face to ensure we are our most high performing selves in our service to the public while ensuring we have the personal energy left at the end of the day to give to our families and ourselves. Presented brain research on the "fight or flight" response which triggers adrenaline and cortisol in our systems that , prevent us from logical thinking and drains our emotional energy. Presented techniques for managing . those responses. "Winners are those that bounce back the quickest from failure'. You must have Purpose in order to be successful. Purpose=Goals aligned with Values. Need to examine your personal goals and values and your alignment with your employer's goals and values. (See her book on Micro- Resiliency) Keynote Speaker#3 Gina Rudan, Cultural Strategist for Google and author of"The Practical Genius" Genius is in all of us, it is a choice. Need courage and creativity for innovation and for projects to succeed. Embrace failure, it's the only way to learn and grow. Reverse your thinking on mentorship. Even though many of us have been professionals for a long time and expect to mentor those younger than us we should instead spend time with young mentors who teach us about what gives them inspiration and what they are thinking about creating—don't just ask them to fix your phone. Rethink your leadership teams and instead ofjust having the executives at the table, get the newest people and i people from across the organization in order to get new thinking and new energy. First Time Administrator/City Manager Three Part Series: Key Strategies for Success; Unique Challenges of Managing Cities less than 5,000;Networking&Brainstorming session Make sure you have open,transparent,frequent communication with councilors and Mayor. Consider monthly individual meetings, a weekly email update,or other methods that help council stay abreast of city happenings. Critical to use evaluations for framing realistic goals and objectives with each other, consider using a third-party facilitator to help the process especially if new council. Build collaboration by having many people "at the table"for issue discussion early before anything is presented to Council COUNCIL PACKET Page 113 of 260 November 7,2019 as a solution.Ask private sector what the city can do to help solved "wicked problems" like housing, poverty. Use community input forums instead of formal public hearings so that citizens feel welcome and comfortable discussing issues in a face-to-face format.Try using technology like"social pinpoint"to J,� map issues in real time. Need to be proactive in dispelling rumors and building trust-one technique � used by a small community is a regular open house with city staff where they take any and all questions '�1� �om the public about projects, etc.without any time limitations placed on speakers. Beware social �T' �'v • �� � . , , -- -- - � �+�media.. Don t let social media trolls define your-aty s policy agenda and don t enga�e in ar�uments on � o�'' � socia_I_media. Everyone has a right to express opinions. Comments on social media can be useful o �l�"�fl' understand where there may be more education needed on topics, but city employees/officials shn.uJd � - � only engage in a manner to provide factual information about projects and policies. Don't get distracted � ��6 from the policy direction you have already received from the city council. Stay focused on the priorities passed by the council. Be patient, be a good listener, be a teacher and mentor. Stay positive and take �� ¢�/ the�road. `- ��(e � Successful Public-Private Real Estate Developments-2 part series '�Q � Lesson 1-you need a well-conceived project.Study and learn what worked well in other cities,study �� � your own real estate market to understand what conditions impact your area. Prepare a feasibility study �� to set the stage. �U\ Lesson 2-gather your funding tools.These are complex projects and you need to know what you have, ^�� � how much you have,what else you need for your project. Opportunity Zone,TIF,state incentives, etc. ��� �� � Lesson 3-be smart about selecting your developer.You need a smart, clean,trustworthy selection ,�1� process to have credibility with the developer community and to attract quality developers. Use an Eco Devo or clevelopment consultant to help you if you do not have this expertise to evaluate their credentials and the proposals. Bad selection processes are common and result in failed projects. Lesson 4-understand the financials from the developer's point of view. How to evaluate their pro- , forma, what goes in the cap rates, and what they say they need to fill the gap in order to make the "project pencil". How to compare what they are telling you against the rrlarket to make sure it's valid. Get help with these financial evaluations if you are not a real estate expert. Capacity Building in Performance Management-2 part series Examples from Wichita, Fayetteville, and Franklin Kansas of incorporating perFormance measures into budgeting and policy decisions. "We get paid for results!" Build a culture of usin�data to make �s decisions,stop the "we've always done it this way" menta�y. How to use data to tell your story and � build trust. Use your GIS systems to help public understand and visualize issues. Most data on policy _— issues resides in more than one department and you have to break down those silos and get everyone who touches an issue on the same page with sharing data and looking at it-e.g. code enforcement housed in both PD and Planning. Use the data to create dashboards that show flie community your progress on capi al projects or policy implementation and how their money is being�spent to accomplish these things. COLTNCIL PACKET Page 114 of 260 November 7,2019 - .";Y' Cit�r of McCall em O CITY fViANAGER To: City Council ° ' - From: Anette Spickard, City Manager �L� � `� �(� , � ��� �r C� � Date: October 31,2019 ' ��L�' ���'�� Re: Monthly Department Report—October 2019 V �`'� 1 � � � A 5 1. ICMA Qnternational Citv/Countv Mana�er Association) Conference �> � ��: I attended the annual City Manager conference 10/19-10/23�and came.•.awa.y.��eeling_ve .ry. �pr.oud_of our City Couneil, our City's accomplishments,and the quality of our employees. McCall is moving forward `,�� on a number of policy issues such as-housing, infrastructure upgrades,..and-broadband access that cities ��'�`�' across_the country are also trying to address.In our case,we are putting.our policies into action and starting �,� to see results where_other places are still debating the issues and what to do. We are u�ery�fortunate to � � ha�e the tools that the legislature has provided to us,such as the Local Option.Tax�author•ify,as well as a supportive citizenry that has voted�:to implement our plans and provided us the resources to do so. I have �d�� L attached my notes from the conference if you are interested in reading more about the sessions. p ��p� 2. Monthlv Pavette Lakes Recreational Water and Sewer District check in �;4 . � "�� Dale Caza, General Manager of PLRWSD,and I agreed we would meet-the�second.Wednesday�of ever-y r,�t(v month_to_ensure.good�communication between our agencies and to resolve issues at the earliest point �•��� possible. October 9 was our first meeting. We discussed coordination of efforts on current construction and engineering projects as well asr-the need for higher level c.00rdination of our master plans and CIP plans once the district has completed their new Wastewater Master Plan. We also discussed communication of building permit data for the proper set up of new wastewater accounts as the district i charges customers on a square footage basis,not a usage basis. Our next meeting will be November 13. ��,U\ ' 3. Onen Meetin�s Law trainin�sponsored bv Idaho Attorney General �,s� `� I attended this training at Idaho First Bank with a number of city employees and councilors. I thought it � �`� was very informative and helpful, especially the clarification of the requirements for reporting on � �' � executive sessions.,I-_'m happy to say that our City Clerk is very well infonned on these laws and has done an excellent job ensuring we comply. 4. Parks Relocation to Museum Site I continued to work with our Parks & Recreation Director and our consultant Dennis Humphries evaluating the museum site for the future home of the Parks division,identifying the relocation costs,ancl laying out a timeframe for approvals by the State Historic Preservation Office and State Land Board.Staff has met with the Museum Board to keep them apprised of the City's intention. This will be a future work Monthly Deparhnent Report—City Manager - , COLJNCIL PACKET Page 111 of 260 November 7,2019 session topic for Counci . ouncil previously identified the Museum site as your preferred location for Parks a$er evaluating sev ral options and directed staff to develop a plan to move Parks to that site. � 5. Human Resources Undate: At the October 10 Council meeting,Council expressed interest in learning more about where McCall stands in respect to Public Safety position salaries given recent changes to pay scales at the Valley County Sheriff's office. The Police Chief and HR Manager are compiling data and analysis to bring forward to Council for future discussion. Filling vacant patrol officer positions continues to be a challenge and we are faced with new challenges as other agencies attempt to hire our officers away from us. The budget that began October 1, 2019 included a 2%market adjustment to all city salaries including patrol o�cers. The budget also includes a potential for a 3%merit increase for employees,based on performance,in February 2020. , � Monthly Department Report—City Manager COLTNCIL PACKET Page 112 of 260 November 7,2019 � McCall � ' AREA CHAMBER of COMMERCE � 8 VISITORS BUREAU , � ,� � •• , �/ � ,���v� � � , C�;� .�l c�, (� McCall Area Chamber and Visitors Bureau y���,�ti Thursday, October 10, 2019 Notes � J �'-`` 8am at Shore Lodge Corporate Offices e� �� - r� . �- � � ��,�,� Board meeting call to order at 8:07am � ��� / in-Person:Annette Spickard,Dustin Ames,Tammy McCloud,April Whitney,Belinda Provancher,Shannon Berry and Jenny Ruemmele. � , Guests:Nicole Musgrove,Sherry Maupin,Andrew Mentzer,Michael Eck 1��" � Call-In:Melanie Homes,McKenzie Kramer,Jill Morris-Chapman ���,( ,J Board announced that Sherry Maupin is now the appointed county commissioner for Valley Co. � � �� i �w • Approval of September Minutes �� i.Shannon Berry motion to approve,Jenny Ruemmele seconded,motion passed. • West Central Mountains Leadership Academy Report(Tammy McCloud Reported) . i.10 participants for the 2019-2021 Leadership class.The leadership retreat is on the 23'd and alum are welcome to the dinner. ii.There isn't anyone represented from Cascade that signed up.Tammy McCloud and/or Shannon Berry said they would reach out to contacts to see if they could get anyone from Cascade to sign-up. iii.There has been lots of talking about a Youth leadership and the EDC said they are going to do a youth summit next year. • WCMEDC Report(Andrew Mentzer) i.Economic Summit Recap:124 people in attendance,everyone was happy with the keynote speaker.Rolling into 2020 strategy starting now!Next year project with City working civic mapping to see opportunities for trades training.Next Summit would be a recreation summit.All items would need to be board approved but that is what the current feedback has been.On the petition to reduce single use plastics we received 46 signatures. • Community Reports a. City of McCall—Anette Spickard i.Rapid Conversation and the survey online 1) Andrew said he thinks this is more of a civic responsibility and we should get all hands-on deck to get support and action b. New Meadows-Sandy Schiffman i.N/A c.Donnelly-Belinda Provancher - • Trunk or treat • December 7�h Christmas in Donnelly at the Donnelly elementary school,they are looking for local venders, d.Cascade-Scotty Davenport • Weekend before Halloween haunted house at the valley county fairgrounds • Ponderosa Center Presentation—Nicole Musgrove,Sherry Maupin and,Michael Eck • Governance Team:Tammy McCloud,Vonna Torrey,Jenny Ruemmele 1) Recap Board Social:Stated it went well and there was a good turnout. • Treasurer's Report:Finance/G�ants:Jenny Ruemmele(Chair),McKenzie Kramer 1) Review September Financials 1. Jenny said Financials look good,April Motions,second made,financials passed. • Office Report(Rachel Aaronson): 1. Fall Membership Meeting Update: • Location:Ruby's Kitchen • Food:Ruby's Kitchen • Decoration:McCall Weddings 2. Idaho Recreation&Tourism Conference:October 21��_23'a,2019 • Office Closed.Rachel and McKenzie will be in attendance. 3. Ski Shows:The chamber will be attending the Portland&Spokane ski shows . 4. McCall-O-Ween—North Nork Lodge(Shannon Berry Reported) • Shannon asked if the chamber could set up a payment portal on the event page and asked if McKenzie could send out an email blast(McKenzie agreed to)&she asked about getting board volunteers. i.Tickets are$18 per person or$30 for couple.Tickets will be sold Chamber,Stacy Cakes and chamber. • Team Reports: a. Membership Services:Jill(Co-Chair),Melanie(Co-Chair),Vonna,Lindsey,Shannon i.Nonprofit discussion is still a conversation and will be received in the spring. McCall � ' AREA CHAMBER ol COFIMERCE � 8 VISITORS BUREAU � \� � ••• , b. Marketing/Communicotions/Website:April(Choir), Vonna,Belinda,McKenzie,Lindsey,Dustin,Sam Sais,Rachel,Hayleylohnson i.April spoke about great turnout and engagement with the committee. Mentioned they have successfully set monthly meeting on the third Wednesday of the month at 9am thru April. ii.Reported again on the Magazine's update about local area skiing and local wellness.April shared her gratitude for all McKenzie hard work,and she mentioned that McKenzie had written all the articles! There will also be a feature about snow removal. iii.Next week magazine goes to print,and we start mountain holydays. c. Strategic Initiatives:Jenny Ruemmele,Michelle,Scotty,Steve,Lindsey,Andrew Mentzer,Anette i.Recycling—meeting will be set up soon to continue the conversation about moving the recycling center to Lake Fork. d. Events:Lisa(Chair),McKenzie,Lindsey,Tammy,Rachel,Kristin Amarante,Michael Hayes(Brundage),Vonna,Shannon,Liane Eastman,Stefanie Bork i.Allison Wright Winter Carnival Contractor 1) Next Friday Events meeting. 2) There was conversation about the possibility of moving the sculptures to 2"d street. 3) Looking in to having a rail Jam on the second Saturday and maybe having that on 2"d street as well. ii.Women Ignite this month is a social event without a speaker. iii.Festival of Trees Reported by Nicole:Event will be on November 30�h from 10am-7pm.The space donated by Shore Lodge they will be donating a bar;Santa will be there.Cram the Van will be across the street and there might be music from 5-7pm.Progressive Club invested in a highway banner. e. Grant:McKenzie,Tammy,Lindsey i.Closing out the old grant and opening the new with a few cash matches. Additional Topics: UPCOMING DATES OF IMPORTANCE • October 17th Business After Hours at McCall Wedding&Delish.Additional sponsors:Silver Linings,Premier Realty,McCall Party Rentals,and Put Me in Stitches. • City Council Community Reporting:October—April Whitney , • City Council Community Reporting:November-Shannon Berry • November Board Meeting:November 14th,2019 at 8 am at Shore Lodge Offices • Fall Membership Meeting:November 215t,2019 Meeting adjourn at 9:31am i McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street - AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 - Number AB 19-242 Meeting Date November 7, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUB.IECT: Originator Department Approvals Initials or Su orter Legacy Pump Station VFD Project-Idalz�o�Po1�e3 Ma or/Council Commercaa�an�zl�l��dust�ial�Ene�g�Ef aciency� c� Mana er Clerk Gr,�a�n�i�nb=u�i=semen'�t=Ch�eck�P�esentati.on�; Treasurer Communi Develo ment Police De arhnent Public Works �/jf Originator m � A Golf Course COST IMPACT: �$3r2�A�"46�G2:�'r i-�nbursemenf:to�G` J �"� Parks and Recreation FUNDING Idaho Power Ai ort SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: ASAP Information S stems Grant Coordinator SUMMARYSTATEMENT: In Spring 2019, The Water Department completed installation of v�a��i�a�bl'e�-r-eque�- ncy-drives (VF-Ds) for�the Lega�y.�:each�Pump=S�tati�n. This project, designed by SPF Water Engineers and constructed by AME �, Electric, Inc.proyvides--yirnpr.ov�d=contr.oL-a�d�adjustr�ent�ofantalce flows-from=tl�e�.pump st_a.tio�to�the�.g!ater •tr.eatmerit-plant. Additionally, signi:f ea�nt�:energy�savin� (approximately 180,259 kWh/yr, or $9,000/year) Cis=anticipated. This project qualifie.cL--£or-,�daho=Power'-s=�Energy-Eff cieney.Audit�pr.ogram. This grant program awards the applicants money based�-.:on='.the�amount-�of-energy saved (annually) and/or�up=�to=70%o�of-the_�.cost,�of impro�ements�necessary fio decrease ener.gy consumption. Staff received Council approval to apply for this grant program on 8/11/18. By completing the project and providing all necessary documentation, Idalio=�Po.we�:is,_now..presenting„the - C�ityzuitli-a-check-for�$32;446:62:-=-+>Th�is�incentiue�r,eunbursement�a�long with the.annual energy savings�will provide-a=payback period on the City's�$70,000 investment to..install�the VFDs of.four(4�) years.�: Id�aho=Power-�representatives_will:present-this-reimbursement check to the City Council. Proj'eet engineers Eric Landsberg(SPF) and Public Works-staff will also be present to answer any questions about the project and attend the check presentation ceremony. , I[p�,. RECOMMENDED ACTION.• None. �,���- _� �,� � RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION 2019-3-14 AB-19-060:A roval of construction contract for VFD installation 2018-11-8 AB-18-291: A roval of rant a lication for IP Ener Efficienc Audit COUNCIL PACKET Page 107 of 260 November 7,2019 1 �,�,�� ' /�, �,�;P' � 6,� .�` �J� � �� y � , � r g`�� . w�'�`,,, �`e\�V� tiS�`��� �S� I PUBLIC HEARING '/ � 6� �'�" Y'� � Dusty Bitton presented the changes to the operation.They,went out to several neighboring.houses and listened�to the noise ofthe:eounterweights;being produced and-have-since decided to�move the counterweight pro.duction.to:their:crane_business,south of town.The hours of operations have been proposed to change to Monday-Friday 7 a.m.to 6 p.m. and Saturday 8 a.m.to 5 p.m.and heavy truck traffic oniy between 9 a.m.-5p.m. Planner Bessaw presented the Staff Report and listed the Findings of Fact. Kim Apperson of415 S Samson Trail,spoke in opposition to the application.She does not befieve � concrete manufacturing to be a reasonable use.She would like to see no heavy truck traffic. Heavy truck traffic will increase, dust,smoke,fumes.She has the opinion that the ability to sell the residential properties nearthe applicant's property has been negatively affected.She state�that�the �businesses across�Samson,Trail that they applicant'is using for comparison are in compliance . because they are commercially zoned. Pam Wissenbach of 280 May Road spoke in opposition of the project on behalf of herself and her husband.She thanked Elise Bitton forthe tour ofthe property.The.property is�well��out of• complianee.The applicant's property is very organized and tidy b,ut it is not in line with the City's zoning for the area. Chris Connolly 331 May Road thanked the Bittons for moving the concrete company.At the time they purchased their house, it had been on the market for a year and had had very few showings � �� and thinks the project location and operations are the reason why. He is against allowing the �- opet=ation iri'the'residential zone; . , � Teresa Cohn believes that there is a way to quantify the loss of overall vegetation, not just the trees `� and a significant shift in the topography.She would like to see the DEQ report before it is said that � there is not an environmental impact.She_appreciates�Pinetop as a�local business. BobsKrahn of 295 May Rd spoke in opposition of the CUP. He believes the main issue is that the � con e ned that the c aleback of tn"tlie Bitfons urcliase'd�the roperty for�several�years. He is , p._ ... p he operation that might happen now_might not contihue. Ifth�ere are conditions.o,f approval, he asks�that the allowable uses be written in a very specific way. Dusty Bitton spoke in response to the comments.There is a#urniture�shop to,the;so,uth and.rents , the shop out to an Irish furniture rnaker.The aerial photo that was shown was just prior to their purchase ofthe property and of course this was the cfeanest it had been in years but it was not indicative of how the property was kept prior to that.Ther:e was.a contractor b,usiness in operation °•there. They=probably-have half of their 35 employees parked there on-a'�daily,basis. He is open to some conditions of approval to limit parking. Planner Bessaw asked the applicant for clarification on the term "heavy truck trafFic". They have heavy trucks that come'to drop off Iumber for them to treat and coat in their shops and in then be picked up.They,are talking about limiting that traffic to only once or twice a week. Chairman Fereday closed the public hearing. McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission Page 3 of 6 September 10,2019 Minutes � COUNCIL PACKET Page 101 of 260 November 7,2019 City Attorney Bill Nichols gave clarification on the lapse in use and how it pertains to the city code. - � The commission can use the letter,..presentetl�fro`m�Mr:�Hardin�to determine that the contractor storage.yard use had.expired„or they�can use the testimony of Mr. Bitton to determine that it is'an :._existing non-permitted use.Whether the use had expired, or it is preexisting,the Commission still needs to determine the merit of the Conditional Use-Permif(CUP) application and whether tli�e CUP ..., criteria.has:.been met,or whether it can be met if conditions are imposed. If the Commission determines that the CUP criteria has not been met,then by state statue they are required to tell the applicant what they coufd do to meet the criteria or. The Commissioners and Planner went through each of the findings for granting a permit. More information was requested of the applicant. CommissionerTtiom`pson;made a-motiorr to�reopen the public hearing:Commissioner Tunnell seconded the motion.All commissioners voted aye and the motion carried. *The Nov.5�h public hearing will be limited to the following requested items:Operations=of the {;: business:to_-include�hours,fumes;tr.uck:tr.affc, details from GDND on'theirseptic�defails from D�Q future site plan to bring-it into�lot coverage.compliance and.a landscape and fencing p16n.* Commissioner-L-yons-made-a�motion to continue CUP-19-06.to the November-Sth�meeting. Commissioner Callan seconded the motion.A!1 Commissioners voted aye and the motion carried. DR-19-32,SH-19-OS 1906 A Agate Street(ACTION 1TEM) � Richard McQueary&Jane Kemp:A Design Review and Shoreline Review applications to construct an 1,850 square foot addition to an existing residence resulting in a 2,325 square foot residence adjacent to Payette Lake.The property is zoned R4-Low Density Residential and is more particularly described as: Tax Lot Number 117 of Government Lot 2 situate in Section 4,T18N, R3E, B.M.,City of McCall, Valley County, Idaho. PUBLIC HEARING Lisa Beck of Epikos and the applicant Mr. McQuery presented the changes to the application to move the structure nine feet toward the lake and to accommodate two parking spaces and the front yard setback of 20 ft. Planner Bessaw presented the Staff Report. Commissioner Clements made a motion to approve DR-19-32,SH-19-O5. Commissioner Tunnell seconded the motion. AI!Commissioners voted aye and the motion carried. 5. NEW BUSINESS DR-19-34,SH-19-07 118 River Ranch Road(ACTION ITEM) ' r" McCall Area Planntng and Zoning Commission Page 4 of 6 September 10,2019 Minutes COLJNCIL PACKET Page 102 of 260 November 7,2019 Y• Q Y ' MCCALL AREA . � PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION Minutes September 10,2019—4:30 p.m. McCall City Hall—Lower Level - - 216 East Park Street, McCall, 1D 83638 ' COMMISSION MEETING—Begins at 4:30 p.m. , CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL CommissionerThompson,CommissionerClements, CommissionerFereday, CommissionerTunnell, Commissioner Callan and Commissioner Lyons were present.Commissioner Krahn was absent.City Planner Morgan Bessaw,Community and Economic Development Director Michelle Groenevelt and PermitTechnician Rachel Santiago-Govierwere also present. 1. REVIEW&APPROVAL OF MINUTES , � August 6,2019 . Commissioner Clements made a motion to approve the August 6«Minutes. Commissioner Lyons seconded the motion.A11 Commissioners voted aye and the motion carried. ' �r �� ` � �" y�,� �-' I � �N 2. PREI.IMINARY DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW MEETINGS '�" �� � � ./5 � � ,�,�` �`� Pre-application � �� �-' ,{ ��G � � a . �c��p� 1207.&;�1209.Roosevelt;Ave and"�1210 Louisa�i4ve V �� �`"� � ��v � Steve Millemann for Dirk and Patricia Kempthorne:A Pre-application to request the Vacation of an 2{G,i�� unnamed-City alley;;which dissects their parcel.The properties are zoned R8—Medium Density �� �ilr� Residential and R16—High Density Residential and is more particularly described as: � Lots 7,8,9,18-21 and Lot 22 less 7ax Parcel Number 402, Block 15 of McCall's First Addition Ave �(/L��� and the alley that runs between them situate in N%of Section 9,T18N, R3E, B.M.,City of McCafl,Valley County, Idaho. � �,.��� �,� Steve Milleman presented the pre-application for Vacation of an unimproved, platted alley.The � _ -.:�., �fj JC-e alley contains no public utilities or public improvements.The:.vacated'land°is"'estimated to'be a `$1fi;000':loss:of_public'larid. In��exchange;the::Kempthornes would.tlonate$30,000 to the-City for. improvements to the city park af tlie co�ner of 1203 Roosevelt. � �' Pre-application . � "��'J TBD Flynn Lane ,� (�-Q—�� 3 �(v� �J� C l� �� - - - Ty�s,o�Wlse,for Wiseco LLC:A Pre-application for a Subdivision'Preliminary'and Final'Plat t'o'divide a 3.997-acre pa"rceC'into'8`residential lots.Tfie property is zoned R4—Low Density Residential and is more particularly described as: ' Tax parcel number 25 of McCall Acreage situate in the N%of Section 3,T18N, R3E, B.M.,City of . McCall,Va[ley County, Idaho. , Greg Tankersley of Crestline engineer presented theypreapplieation,The owner has consulted with . the Sewer District on the application.The Sewer District has indicated that they�wouldyaifow�up to" ^"'16 hool(ups.The applicant is aware ofthe�Electrical Utility easement that runs through the property and.still sees the ability to build around that easement. McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission Page 1 of 6 ���,o�q��,hTptes Page 99 of 260 November 7,2019 Chairman Fereday recused herself from the ConsenrAgenda. 3. COiVSENTAGENDA � 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 bythe 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 ofthe following ACTION ITEMS: ROS-19-07 � 315&319 Burns Road and 330 Forest and 3Q6 Edgewater Circle(ACTION I7EM) Joel Droulard for Richard and Deborah Fereday and Richard and Judy Brake:A Record of Survey - application for a lot line adjustment between four individual lots of record, resulting in three lots of � 79,182 sq.ft., 17,596 sq.ft.,and 40,948 sq.ft. respectively.The properties are zoned R4—Low Density Residential and are more particularly described as: � Lots 4 and 5 of Edgewater Heights and Lots 4 and 12 Block of Brurtdage Subdivision situate in the Section 8,T18N R3E, B.M.City of McCal[,Vafley County, Idaho. ROS-19-08 1563,1565&1566 Oakwood Rd(ACTION ITEM) Rod Skiftun for David.Ernat:A Record of Survey application to combine Lots 15 and 16,Group D Payette Lake Club and to adjust the line between two other lots of record.The properties are zoned ` � R4—Low Density Residential and are more particularly described as: . Lots 15 &16, l.ot 34,the S%of Lot 35 and Lots 51-53 of Payette Lake Club Group D situate in the Southeast%of Section 6,T18N, R3E, B.M.,City of McCall,Valley County, ldaho. DR-19-33,SH-19-06 , . 2046 Payette Dr(ACTION ITEM) � Dave Peugh of Epikos for Three Monies LLC:A Design Review and Shoreline Review application for landscaping,patio, and pathway improvements within 150 feet of the high-water mark of Payette Lake.The property is zoned R4—Low Qensity Residential and is more particularly described as: Amended Lot 23 of SW Payette Cottage Sites situate in the SE%of Section 32,T19N, R3E, B.M., Valley County, Idaho. � � Commissioner Clements made a motion to approve the Consent Agenda. Commissioner Thompson � � seconded the motion.All Commissioners voted aye and the motion carried. ,(),'�' ,��� � � , 4. OLD BUSI�fESS �4 `1 d1 e' `,� �/ � � CUP-19-06 r . � .335.S,Samson Trail(ACTION ITEM) f �� `�f'�lise�nd Dusty'Bitton:A Conditional-U.se Per.mit Application,to expand.an=existing�construction �� �ti" business,m�a:cesidential:zone and.to;entitle existing-nonpermitted covered4par-king�and.storage ���,���v�,buildings.The parcel is�zoned R1�Residential and more particularly described as: � �;� Lot 8 and Tax Number 44 in Lot 9 situate in the SW%of Section 15, R3E,T18N, B.M.,Valley j �e Counfy, ldaho. � �, , . McCall Area Planning and�Zoning Commission Page 2 of 6 September 10,2019 Minutes COUNCII,PACKET , , Page 100 of 260 November 7,2019 . Parks&Recreation Advisory Committee Minutes 9/18/19 6:OOpm .�? Legion Hall-McCall,Idaho �'`"��� r� Committee Members Present: Forrest Stanley, Cory Nelson, Larry Hauder, David Petty,Terry Edvalson and Donna Bush � , Staff Member Present: Kurt Wolf and Stefanie Bork � Welcome-Meeting was called to order at 6:00 PM by Forrest Stanley. Public Comment- No public comment � Agenda Review&Updates-Kurt Wolf motioned to add Library Expansion to Agenda,Forrest Seconded.All were in favor. - Introduction of Guests: Kurt introduced Michae[Jobes, Broken Ridge Review minutes from previous meeting: � � ��'� � r Business: � �.� ' 1. Broken Ridge- Michael�lobes and Jeanette-N'ewboid spoke to the improvements and the work being , currently completed and outlined in the original development agreement. Michael then distributed a zoning map for committee review of their parcel. The'current��development..is:,zoned-mixed=us:e �area-:for_-p.ublic:.use;�,commercial�space�and.pathways. Kurt spoke about his site visit to the property and spoke;of,.the�city�ownetl"property across from-=6roken=Ridge�parcel.The-Cityowned�property is E_ - designated�-as�.park"space,�.imp.rovements�have-yef fo=be=�ma�e'�but�future�:development.will�take , � cplace': � Michael-.asked�#or direction �from:the�committee on,;,:park-:contribution, =funds, timeline and the �..,. . . committee's recommendation.-to,,City Council. After discussion of the area and Cit�s abundance of land parcels�yet to be developed the committee developed.three options for consideration. Forrest � Stanfey listed each recommendation:First recommendation�is the property be designated as-parking .lot. Second, _work_done ,in-lew-of�,.fee antl� fastly, �fee_„co.ntribution:_=in-_lew��of=��r'eal-'estate. This �__. . recommendation was seconded by Donna Bush and motion carried. Bc.oken Ridge-will.begin Iooking into;if the.property can'be split or in=lew fee'into escrow. �_�.;; . 2. Parks and Recreation Annual Report- Stefanie with distribute report to committee for review and Terry will present report to council September 26tn , 3. Master Plan- Forr'est`viioilfd'tike=GlS=to-come-�present'parcelsr''under`'discussion��-in�-the�Park"s��aniis `�Recreafion'Ma'ster`'Plan. The hope is this will help the committee discuss and visualize current park space and the needs of the growing McCall Community. Kurt Woff will also share the web map he created and shared with council to speakto certain properties and lastly share the University of Idaho plans. 4. Recreation Programs-Stefanie Bork shared a brief update on current programs and the upcoming programs and events the department is planning. The department is looking forward to their "No��" 'School� Fun`Days" program where staff will take elementary aged students on day trips in the surrounding area; Mount-ain'��R�oots:-Orchard, Mundo-hot=springs, Cascacle"Rec�eation�-Center and Roxy�Theater. 1 of 1 COiJNCIL PACKET g Pa e 97 of 260 November 7,2019 � Parks&Reueation Advisory Committee . Minutes 9/18/19 6:OOpm Legion Hall-McCall,Idaho � `i a. Trash Receptables- Funds for powntown Core Trash Receptables will be carried forward to '- prevent staff from making a hasty decision. All Parks and Recreation committee members were in favor of ordering additional receptables like the litters at Legacy Park and cor�tinue a.cohesive Iook throughout downtown that�is appealing:and easil.y,�maintained:.�y�Patk_s.-Depattment. t: : . -=.-,-� b, Concessions Toasty Trailer- Kurt Wolf shared with the committee he'd been contacted by the ' owners ofTheToasty-Tr-ailer;°'a'-new�gourmet=grilled_cheese food_truck. They are interested in a . location in a City Park/Parks and plan to submit a proposal for review. Forrest.voiced,concern . aboutTlocation-and�conside�ingthe"locations/distance fo'other local restaurants. Committee will wait to review official proposal when submitted to make any recommendation. 5. Library Expansion and Annex Demolition- � Kurt explained to the group that the Library and Library Committee are moving forward with a Bond measure in May of 2020 with new Library construction to br�eak�ground=Fall=of=2020:�1f library plans are to move farward a new site must be determined for a Park's shop, plans and budgeting accounted fo,r. The:Parks�-d�epartment�cannot`move`,.to :a�.temporary`location�and-'� � . . �_ �_..w-,-�.Y;.. __ _.._..,.: �.n..,��_-.:...........:.....:.::.:_.. ,r:�_.�.'}*��.,r . . continue�to proVide-seryice�to�City Grounds and'�P'arks:"Committee�membe'rs=will�'continue=to_be updated��as plans proceed. 6. Next meeting Continued discussion of Master P(an Meeting motioned to adjourri by Donna Bush and Larry Hauder. , _ � 5. Next meeting date and agenda items:Wednesday, October, l6 , ' _ � Meeting adJourned at 7c52 PM. Next meeting is scheduled for:Tuesday,August 20,at 6:OOpm Locatfon�Legion Hall , Signed� � — �/ . Committee—Chair City Staff LiaEson � . , �. 2of1 COUNCIL PACKET - Page 98 of 260 November 7,2019 the regular public parking rules. Mr. Tankersley, Crestline Engineers, commented he has had several projects where the parking was reduced. With this project and the size of the units, it would be difficult to feasibly reduce the number. Staff pointed out that any additional vehicles such as recreational vehicles would have to be stored elsewhere. Council Member Holmes asked what the rent will be. Mr. Gombert stated it is speculative on 6bv mortgage and appraisals, but the target rent is between ,$800-1000 a month per unit including ��. r �water;sewer,<trash, and.snow removal,.Mr. Tankersley spoke about the efficiency of the units and ol� ' cost savings with electricity, and the goal is to be at the 30% of total income for rent and utilities. � The cost to build is making it difficult to lower the rent.Acting City Planner James pointed out the � ` � goal is a market rate establishment and a limit on the growth of that over time but at the same time � �i}��� b�c� the developer needs to make it balance which is why the request for 16 units. Council Member , �' t � i Giles expressed concern this project will not turn out as promised and the units become overpriced. �� Acting City Planner James stated the difference with this-project and all the others during h �� tenure is this is the fii•st time a developer has been agreeable to deed restrictions. -- Q�'�'`�� �'��� �/�l `� - Q,�-e.� J��S��h oz. (� - Council Member Nielsen spoke to the housing incentive and expressed some concern with the size �� '�� of the project asking if producing 12 unit would be acceptable. Under the current zoning of R8, ��� only 10 could be put in so whether there is 12 or 16, a rezone is still needed. Staff stated this project �„ qualifies for the City housing incentives program and answered questions about the sewer restrictions. Council Member Sowers disclosed he had spoken to Mr. Price when he first saw the public notice on the property as he was curious about what was being proposed. He is in favor of the project as it is the first of its kind and does not see approximately 30 people as.a drain on the community. If the City Attorney and City staff says it is legal then it is an appropriate project. He wants to see people move here, live here and work here. Mayor Aymon shared her positive experiences in her neighborhood where there are multiple units, trailer parks, and residential homes where everyone does their best to coexist and the only major issue is people speeding and the one short term rental that was there for a while. She encouraged the neighbors not to fear the development and with the deed restrictions, no short-term rentals will be allowed. It is better to have working people living as your�neighbor over vacationers. Council Member Nielsen stated he is not very exc�ited about on-street parking and asked about street scape alternatives. Staff explained the two outlined alternatives and the options to move forward. Th��Council and staff had�additional di.scussion regarding on-street parking, location,public right of way, sidewalk, and bike lanes. Staff advised a decision is not necessary at this time and since this is a complex project, encouraged the Council not to rush if they did not feel ready. Staff is looking for direction. Council Member Sowers ready to vote. Council Member Nielsen is undecided, concerned that Planning & Zoning Commission (PZC) voted no, and many here say no. He asked for clarification on spot zoning. City Attorney Bill Nichols briefly explained the difficulty is in determining what is spot zoning and what is not. It is not clear cut. T�.he comprehensi�e.plan already shows this area as high density ,and he does not believe this would be spot zoning since it.not that much of a difference in type. Acting City Planner James explained that when the PZC voted to deny the project, the site plan was different. The applicant has tried to address the concerns brought up by the PZC with the site �tiICCALL CITY CO UNCIL � Page 9 of 13 February 14, 2019 Regular�Lteeting COiJNCIL PACKET Page 11 of 260 November 7,2019 plan presented today. Council Member Holmes has questions on affordability and deed restrictions and would like more financial clarity. Council Member Giles was ready to vote on one of the options. Mayor Aymon likes the project but is a little concerned on the rent price. She likes the on-street parking bu�,:would like.a traffic count to know what happens on that street as it is a high concern expressed by the neigfibors.Police Cliief Williams commented on the traffic. I�is becoming a more heavily traversed area with RV's using.this route over Railroad Ave. The_hill-is__dangerous;._and-he-do�s-not reeommend_par-king �__-- along._the..street-since-h�--does-not feel-it is_wide=enough, Public Works Director Nathan Stewart addressed the traffic study. Council=Member=Nielseri was-in_fayor,o_f-no-on�stteet-parlci.ng at=this etime�b.ut_-a-�b"i1{e lane=could-b:e:a:happ_y_m�edium. He would like to see more energy put into the �_... _ planning the future of the road. There was more discussion about the on-street parking. MayorAymon closed the Public Hearing at 8:42 p.m. . Council Member Sowers moved to authorize staff to prepare decision documents for approval of the Thompson Place PUD General Plan, Subdivisiori��Preliminary Plat, and Zoning Amendment applications and appeal of P&Z Design Review denial. Council Member Giles seconded the motion. In a roll call vofe Council Member Sowers; Council Member Giles, Mayor Aymon, and Council.Member Nielsen all voted aye, Council Member Holmes voted no, and the motion carried. PUBLIC COMMENT Mayor Aymon called for public comment at 8:48 p.m. � , Lynn Lewinski of 606 Syringa wanted to know if the Council has as a �face=water-protection: p.lan-as_she-feels-our-drinking water could-.be-in-jeop,ardy_and she wants-to-know=what��has-or_is being-done.Public Works Director Nathan Sfewart stated there is a section in the approved Water-' �1Vlaster=Plan_that�addresses,the protection-of the-lake.Ms.Lewinski would like to see more attention brought to'this issue. Hearing no comments,Mayor Aymon closed the comment period at 8:51 p.m. BUSINESS AGENDA � AB 19-026 McCall Police.Denartment Winter Carnival Update Police Chief Justin Williams presented the Police Department's Winter Carnival update.Each year after Winter Carnival,a report is compiled of calls for service and an over-view-giuen-of-the impacts to the.City-fr.om=a-law;eriforcement�point-ofi view. He reviewed the 2019 Winter Carnival staff costs and reported there were �ewer city offieers thi's year and�there were=8�exterrial officers-from Idaho-State Police;Eish and=Game,-P-robation &-Parole, and Valley-County�Slieriff offices. There were 10=Public-Wor.ks-emplo.y.es_with-a-total-of24 people. There was a significant increase:to�staff co_sts=due=to.the-increasedpersonnel=from-=Public Works to dea�l-with-tlie snow=removal'arid�se�up. �=�=' Only 67 calls�for=ser-vice-this-�year-conipared to<93-calls-last year. Most were parking and plow , � ``- obstructions, pocket dials, and vehicle accidents due to traffic conjestion, weather, etc. He heard - , it estimated that on the first Saturday and during the parade there was�27,000-3-1;000 people on the MCCALL CITY CO UNCIL Page 10 of 13 Febrz�ary 14, 2019 Regz�lar Meeting COLTNCIL PACKET Page 12 of 260 November 7,2019 Emmett Price of 602 Thompson is opposed to the new zoning change. He expressed concerns j�"�about traffic, on-street parking, and only one access point. He feels there should only be 12 units ' and suggested using Local Option Tax dollars to put in a culvert. Rocky Bencken of 604 Thompson opposed to the project due to the density change. He feels it is �^� too much and does not see how the snow storage is adequate.He is concerned about the precedent � of the road improvement will require of him on the opposite side of the street. Merrily Munther of 911 Davis opposed to the project. She spoke about the purpose of different zone types,preserving the character of the community,and spot zoning legalities. She is not against �`�-: multiple housing,just not a project of this many units. Merrily Munther of 911 Davis speaking for Susan Budge who is concerned about a lack of infrastructure, snow storage, and parking issues. She pointed out the transit bus will not drive through the area during the winter because of the steep hill and thus people have to traverse a couple of blocks to catch the bus. The additional cars will create even more traffic at the Park and "" Third Street intersection. She stated that she felt the project was too big for the area. �' Mark Thorien of 159 Morgan Drive spoke in favor. He is supportive of anything the City can do �-; to provide affordable housing in McCall. John Risner of 606 Thompson Ave is concerned about the deed restriction and covenants and spoke to the generality of the covenants outlined for the proj`ect;�sfating�that they are based on deeds that have not been used in Idaho. He does not feel the units will be affordable. He had _ �__ concerns about parking, storage unit concerns, and snow storage concerns. Clyde Dillon of 601 Thompson Ave is not opposed to development but is opposed to the number of units,expressed concern about snow storage issues,and feels the zoning should be R8 with only �, ; 12 units rather than 16 because there is already a lack of storage space for renters. , Peter Borner of 212 Rio Vista Blvd is opposed to the project. He feels the zoning, drainage, and snow storage issues are problematic. He stated there is no way to determine if the units will be - long term rentals as there are many seasonal people who move here. He thought that the units ���`'�° would be more like 3 to 6-month rentals. He has concerns about the sewer capacity,traffic safety, and too much density in the area. Craig Campbell of 601 Thompson Ave#3 is very much in favor of affordable housing, however, is opposed to the project due to-the scope and size of the project. He is concerned with the details of the deed restrictions and the parallel parking and bike lane. He feels there is too much Y;l,_�' experimentation happening and feels there are too many unanswered questions about road and ' traffic issues. Dan Krahn of 906 Ann Street is opposed. He is concerned with the rezone to R16 and feels the �:::. needs the neighborhood should be taken in consideration. He spoke about how the s�now is removed, how it impacts the property, and snow storage problems. He feels the Council should `support the decision of the Planning and Zoning Commission. , Andrew Mentzer of 13980 Turner Road first read an email from Alana Erickson, a resident since �,;�, 2004, who is in favor of the project. He also spoke for himself in favor of the project. He would � MCCALL CITY CO UNCIL Page 7 of 13 � February 14, 2019 Regz�lar Meeting COLJNCIL PACKET Page 9 of 260 November 7,2019 like the Council to think about the people who work here and have to commute long distances. He stated it took him a year to relocate here full time because he wanted to live in McCall and could ` not find a place to live. From a development perspective,this project will be done to code to meet the standard and feels it is a good project. Having to put in denser housing is a reality. He feels that denying the project will give developers a bad message. By allowing the project, the road issues will get fixed on the developer's dime. �,, Ellen Ganz of 3751 Eastside Drive and property owner of 1104 Alpine spoke in support of the ��`, project. She likes the idea of repurposing containers for affordable housing and has toured the indieDwell homes in Boise and was impressed. She feels the project meets the lot coverage � requirements. She feels now is the time to support the needs of the community. Alex Sousa of 1305 Ponderosa Ave stated she is a recent law�graduate who is having difficulty �� finding an affordable place to live. She is in favor of the project'because she feels these homes are ���� for people like her. Mayor Aymon asked for an explanation from staff.about the deed restriction.Acting City Planner James shared the first 12 units constructed, which are the ones in the foreseeable future due to the sewer availability, would be deed restricted in accordance with.the City's local.housing program which is still under discussion,but the broad strokes are it would'be for someone who is employed regularly, at least an average of.30 hours per week or a certain number of hours per year,to accommodate the seasonality of some workers who would liave to be working in that manner for a riiinirrium number of months before they would be eligible to either rent or purchase one of these units.The deed restricts the resale, and then the lease documents;which is still under development and typically not done as part of this stage of the project, would be a condition of approval with the details worked out with the City Attorney as it moves forward. Staff shared the Housing.Strategy f ndings which sliows$2_%of employees commute from outside of the city with 45%commuting,greater than 50 miles one way to 1VIcCall. It was found only,27% of the'housing units with.in McCall'are owner occup'ied and�the city lacks at least 700 units,renter or owner:occupied, for the local workforce wliich is based on current household income. �ommuni'ty and Economic Deyelopment Director 1Vlichelle Groenevelt clarified the data from the project that �was proposed behind Gity Hall a few years ago was based specifically on people/families that qualified for`l.ow income housing. Staff gave a brief explanation of Section 8 Housing at Mayor Aymon's request and stated this project is not a Section 8 project but targeted toward the workforce level strata of people and is notvfederally subsidized. Council Member Giles had�a question about snow load on the roo£ Staff�stated-the..project_mee.ts the city.;code regarding_snow�storage and in fact_.has exceeded double the requirement. Public �:...._._ Works Director Nathan Stewart pointed out that the cur�•ent_space.:is.being.used for snow storage �or.�the city�and<other neighb s. He shared that the area as it stands has drainage issues and his goal through this design process is to fix those issues. Snow storage would not be in front of the building but in the triangular area at the western end. Parking was discussed. There are�2.spaces-onsite and_14 on the street. Council Member Giles feels parking is good but is concerned with the on-street parking.He asked if the number of spaces per unit could be lowered and more parking provided in the back and remove the on-street parking. Staff stated the project meets the max 2-car parking per unit but can be lowered at Council direction.All of the on-street parking is intended for guests and public parking and will be held to MCCALL CITYCOUNCIL Page 8 of 13 Febrzrary 14, 2019 Regular Meeting COUNCIL PACKET Page 10 of 260 November 7,2019 annually. He commended the Police staff for being thorough in their documentation and procedures, for always appearing at court when summoned and being well prepared, and great to � work with overall.He shared some of the statistics and trends.He has asked for a review of contract for a rate increase of 6°/o as they have not received an increase in 2 years. Police Chief Justin Williams commented on the process of collecting bloodwork and praised the staff of MSBT Law for their quick response to the department's staff. Council Member Nielsen joined the meeting at 5:55 p.m. DEPARTMENT REPORTS Chamber of Commerce j _ Lindsey Harris, representative of the McCall Area Chamber of Commerce, gave a brief update to the Council on the Winter Carnival sharing the commerits were positive overall, and reported on the launching a new website. � PUBLIC HEARING AB 19-029 Request to Approve Development A�reement and Escrow A�reement Amendments for the Shore Lodge Cottages Subdivision SUB-17-01 Mayot•Aymon opened the Public Heaf•ing at 6:03 p.m. Economic Development.Planner and acting City Planner Delta�James presented th��De�velopment ��greeme-nt=and=Escr.ow�Agreem�nt-=Am�endments-for-the-Slio're�Lodge=Cottages•�Subdivisiori�SUB- �� 1�7=01�: Sho€r.e_,Lodge�Whitetail=LL-G-has=subm�itted=ar.equest=to=amerid`the=Development and=Escroi�v \�� A�eements associated with Shore.Lodge Cottages, a new.twenly_-three(23)..lot sub.division.within. }�„ tl�e Whitetail Planned.Unit�Development(PLTD-),-in order to.extencLtlse�imel.ine._for-completion of �G _ r_.emaining;water;-sewer;private road infrastructure,.and landscaping for one year—from December ` � 31;2018:to December 31,-201�9. To date, approximately 78%of the original escrow account funds ($1.8M) have�been released for completed project elements. Remaining work to be completed is primarily landscaping and final site stabilization which was unable to be finished before the end of the 2018 construction season. ` The draft Amendment.to the Third Amendment Whitetail PUD Development Agreement and Amendment to Escrow Agreerrient for Shore Lodge Cottages have been reviewed by the City Attorney and Public Works Director. Receiving no written or oral comments,Mayor Aymon closed the Public Hearing at 6:OS p.m. Council Member Holmes moved to approve the Amendment to the Whitetail PUD Development Agreement and Shore Lodge Cottages Escrow Agreement and authorize 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, and Council Member Sowers all voted aye and the motion carried. NICCALL CITYCOUNCIL Page S of 13 Febrzrary 14, 2019 Regular Meeting COiJNCIL PACKET Page 7 of 260 November 7,2019 AB 19-031 Request for a Decision on Thomnson Place Planned Unit Develonment General Plan (PUD-18-03), Subdivision Preliminary Plat (SUB-18-06), Zoning Amendment(ZON-18-031 application, appeal of P&Z Design Review (DR-18-52) denial, and associated Development Agreement Mayor Aymon opened the Public Hearing at 6:OS p.m. Economic Development Planner and acting City Planner Delta James presented the Thompson Place Planned Unit Development General Plan(PUD-18-03), Subdivision Preliminary Plat(SUB- 18-06), Zoning Amendment (ZON-18-03) application, appeal of Planning & Zoning Design Review (DR-18-52) denial, and associated Development Agreement. I�urt. Marostica has submitted_applications.to.rezone Lot 5 of Jake's.Landing Townhomes Subdivision from R8�'- Medium Density Residential to R16 — High Density Residential to accommodate the,proposed development: Planned Unit Development General Plan, Subdivision Preliminary Plat, and Design Review applications for 16 deed restricted condominium units to consist of four fourplexes,.within �- �.. . the_existing Jake'.s Landing Subdivision. The subject parcel is near the downtown core and� proposed for High Density Residential Zoning within the 2017 Comprefiensive Plan Future Land Use Map. She gave a brief overview of tlie project including code requirements and requests for alleviation of some code provisions and explained what a Development Agreement is and what it allows. .. � , � During its September 1 l,2018 regularly scheduled meeting,the McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission(P&Z)held a properly noticed public hearing and directed staff to prepare documents recommending to City Council denial of the PUD General Plan, Subdivision Preliminary Plat and e._ Zoning Amendment applications. P&Z also denied the accompanying Design Review applications.The decision'documents were then•adopted by PBcZ at their October 2,2018 regularly scheduled meeting. Modi�f cations�to the project:,plans since P&Z review ha�e.eliminated all rekquested alleviations from the development standards of McCall City Code. ^� t. , .. Kurt Marostica-presented his project explaining his desire to provide housing_lfor the local community;:_the reason behind contesting the Planning and Zoning decision,nd shared a study ►.._ • writfen for'the Joint Center of Housing Studies by Harvard University.Gregg Tankersley,Engineer at Crestlirie Engineers, summarized parking efforts and traffic, utilities, snow storage, stormwater, and site p1an.�Pete Gombert,Executive Chai'rman at indieDwell, shared the vision of his company, how the units are built, and who the units are designed for. Mayor Aymon asked questions about laundry facilities, snow load, width of street, snow storage, and onsite managers. Public Works Director Nathan Stewart and Acting City Planner James clarified street scape and parking issues, single access point, and explained future rental/purchase possibilities. Mayor Aymon opened the hearing for public comment. , Comments `<;`� Craig Campbell of 601 Thompson Ave#3 spoke for Shawna Hellerman of 907 Ann Street against ' the project who had concerns regarding affordability, snow storage, and road safety. MCCALL CITY CO UNCIL Page 6 of 13 Febrzrary 14, 2019 Regular Meeting COLTNCIL PACKET Page 8 of 260 November 7,2019 �;r"� > AGENDA . � Regular Meeting City of McCall November 7, 2019 at 5:30 PM Legion Hall - McCall City Hall City Council (Lower Level) 216 East Park Street /� � OPEN SESSION ��L�(. � �%���� ��� � , ��,�� �,� ��-Za � PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE ? Gr <<v�- - 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. City Council Regular Minutes—February 14, 2019 (ACTION ITE1V� 2. City Council Regular Minutes—August 22, 2019 (ACTION ITEM) 3. City Council Special Minutes—August 23, 2019 (ACTION ITEM) 4. City Council Regular Minutes—October 10, 2019 (ACTION ITEM) 5. Payroll Report for period ending October 18, 2019 (ACTION ITEM) 6. Clerk License Report (ACTION ITEM) 7. Warrant Register—GL (ACTION ITEM) 8. Warrant Register—Vendor(ACTION ITEM) �9. Accept the Following COMMITTEE MINUTES (ACTION ITEM) a. Golf Advisory Committee—2019—September 18 b. Historic Preservation Commission—2019—September 3 c. Library Board of Trustees joint with Library Building Committee—2019—September 19 d. McCall Redevelopment Agency—2019—July 16 e. McCall Redevelopment Agency—2019—August 13 f. McCall Redevelopment Agency—2019—August 19 g. McCall Redevelopment Agency—2019—September 17 h. Public Art Advisory Committee—2019—September 30 i. Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee—2019—September 18 j. Planning and Zoning Commission—2019—September 10 � 10. AB 19-240 Request to Approve the Purchase of a Ductless Heat Pump System for the Golf Course Maintenance Building Offices (ACTION ITE1V� PRESENTATION 5:35 p.m.AB 19-242 Legacy Pump Station VFD Project—Idaho Power Commercial and Industrial Energy Efficiency Grant Reimbursement Check Presentation t` ;'`� �� l/ `��1� � � � Page 1 of 2 CITYCOUNCILAGENDA � �l �� November 7, 2019 Regerlar �v e- 5:45 p.m. REPORTS Chamber Monthly Report to Council Department Reports 6:15 p.m. PUBLIC COMIVIENT At this tirrie, 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 6:20 p.m. AB 19-241 Request to Appoint Two Environmental Advisory Committee Members (ACTION ITEM) 6:25 p.m. AB 19-238 Request to Approve the Appointment of a Board Member to the McCall Redevelopment Agency (MRA) (ACTION ITEM), 6:30 p.m. AB 19-234 McCall Area Code Update Local Housing/Short Term Rental Overview (ACTION ITEM) 7:30 p.m. AB 19-235 Creation of a Housing Advisory Committee — Discussion and Direction (ACTION ITEM) � 7:45 p.m. AB 19-243 Request to Approve Resolution 19-20 Authorizing the Execution of a Cooperative Agreement with ITD—SH55 and DeinhardBoydstun Corridor Exchange Feasibility Study (ACTION ITEM) 8:00 p.m.AB 19-239 Request to Approve Consulting Design Services Agreement for Preparation of an Asset Management and Enhancement Master Plan for the Golf Course (ACTION ITEM) 8:15 p.m.AB 19-236 Request to Approve the Gem Air Commercial Lease of Portions of Hangar 101 (ACTION ITElVn 8:30 p.m. AB 19-237 Request to Approve Resolution 19-19 Accepting the ITD Grant Offer - Idaho Airport Aid Program Project Number AIP026 for Pre-Design Engineering of The Future Relocated Parallel Taxiway (ACTION ITEM) � 8:45 p.m.Review the Upcoming Meetings Schedule 9:00 p.m. ADJOURNMENT American with Disabilities Act Notice: The City Council Meeting room is accessible to persons with disabilities. If you need assistance,p[ease contact City Hall at 634-7142 at least 48 hours prior to the`neeting. Page 2 of 2 CITY CO UNCIL AGENDA November 7, 2019 Regz�lar McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDt� BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-266 Meeting Date December 5, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT.• Originator Department Approvals Initials or Su orter Ma or/Council City Manager Annual Pe�formance Evaluation c� Mana er ' Clerk Process �J Treasurer � Communi Develo ment + ��'�� Police De artment �,�/'✓ Public Works ��' �. � Golf Course COST IMPACT: N/A r Parks and Recreation FUNDING N/A Ai ort SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: N/A Information S stems Human Resources Ori inator SUMMARYSTATEMENT: This is the time of year when all City employees participate in the Annual Performance Evaluation process. As the City Manager is a direct report of the Council, the=Caurieil=wi�ll=complete=an�arv�uaL-p:erformance-e�aluation=of=f�e City`Manager=s�er.forrriance=dur.ing=201a9. The Performance Evaluation process used by City Council has been as � follows: Phase I The City Manager will complete an Employee Self Feedback form and submit it to Human Resources who will forward the completed form to the Council. Phase II � Each of the City Manager's direct reports will complete a Supervisor Evaluation form where they have an opportunity to evaluate their manager in an anonymous manner. The Supervisor Evaluation forms will be submitted to Human Resources who will compile all feedback into one document that will be sent to the Council. Phase III The�C-ouncil-wil�l�use-fhe=pr.ior�y_ea�_evaluation;�position_deser,iption;_sel£:feed.b.ack-;—an�-super-visor evaluafion-foi'ms �to-eomp e el he-A-nnual Per-formance-Eualu�tion. Eaeh=C-ouncil=Member-will=have-`an=opportunity=to=5ubm'it-feedll'ack an -e`stablish4goals-for-the'upcoming�year. Phase IV - The-C-o.unci�l�wil�l=work-t�ith=th��Hurnan=Resources=Manager=to--s arize'-and�forinalize•=per-for'mance._review _�ocurnents-to be preserited to the-C-i-ty-Manager as.t_he-Annual-1?erfor-niance Evaluation for 2019. RECOMMENI)ED ACTION.• B�gin-the��valuatro�urocess`fdr-the`Czty�Ianager dan assign-C-ouncil-member(s)-to-bse--responsible for�c�ollecting comments=from=tne=Gounc�tl>an� d comp�eting�thea-per-forrnance-evaluatior�stac.umenbs. Schedule�an.eXecutvve.-session to deliver the 2019 performan_c_`e evaluation_to the�C-ity�Manager=at=a=future=meeting;=prior=to=Febr.ua�sy Ol,�?�020. `"�` RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION ; MEETIIVG DATE ACTION CITI'COUNCIL PACKET Page 201 of 204 December 5,2019 BLANK PAGE CITY COUNCII,PACKET Page 202 of 204 December 5,2019 Upcoming Meetings Schedule �. December 19, 2019 - 5:30 pm,Legion Hall—Regular Council Meeting 1. Work Session: Credit Card Discussion and Direction (Linda) 2. Library Discussion Follow-up (Me� � 3. Treasurer's Monthly Report(Linda) Consent 4. Environmental Advisory Committee Annual Report S. Greenhouse Gas Inventory Assistance Program-PartneYship with MOSS(Michelle) 6. Request fo�approval to submit US Bank grant request for downtown public art (Delta) 7. Approval of 3%Local Option Tax Funding Contracts (BessieJo) , 8. Gem Air Lease (Rick) 9. P UD-19-04 River Ranch Phases 2 & 3 (Morgan) —P UBLIC HEARING 10. Golf Rates Discussion (Eric) 11'Syringa Duct Agreenzent (Chris&Anette) �,�2:'1 equest to Approve the Grant Agreement with Blue Cross of Idaho Foundation for Health, Inc., Direct Staff to Work with the City Attorney to Draft`ContracCs�ivath��Calll�onnellywHigl.��� :c�-...� 1 Sc'liool dnd the McCall Outdoor Science School for Distribution of the Facnds (Bessie.Io) / December 20, 2019—9:00 am -ll:00 Legion Hall—t��n.eci�1�vo:ttk •ess.i,o� ,,� ' 1. Public Works Facility Study Presentation and Direction (Nathan) �� �-�' January 9, 2020 - 5:30 pm, Legion Hall—Regular Council Meeting /.�(j.. � 1. Mayor Aymon comments and final address _ � 2. Chamber Report/Monthly Department Reports/Committee Minutes 3. Oaths of O�ce -Installation of newly elected City Council Mernbers and the Election of Mayor ' and Council President(BessieJo) 4. Winter Carnival 2020 Event Summary and Request for Approval of the Fireworks Display (BessieJo) S. Resolution Designating the newly appointed Mayor and Council President as Signatories on the City ofMcCall's BankAccounts (Linda &Bessie,Io) 6. Resolution Designating the newly appointed Mayor and Council President as SignatoYies on the City of McCall's Agreements and Contracts (BessieJo) 7. Assignment of Council Liaison Duties 2020 (BessieJo) 8. Resolution to authorize Treaszcrer to pay benefits outside regtrlar meeting dates (Linda) 9. Resolution to Adopt McCall City Council Meeting Schedule for 2020(Bessie.Io) 10. Executive Session for City Manager Evaluation January 23, 2020 - 5:30 pm, Legion Hall—Regular Council Meeting 1. Work Session: 2. Treasurers Monthly Report(Linda) Consent 3. Treasurer's Quarterly Report as Required by IC 50-208 (Linda) Consent 4. Airport Advisory Committee Annual Report January 10th 17t��' 24th o�•31� 2020—9:00 am- 3:00 pm TBD— ;�b�c�i�al�', o�r,l� Se.ss�i,o�n,Retreat? 1. Annual Department Reports _ February 13, 2020 - 5:30 pm, Legion Hall—Regular Council Meeting 1. Chamber Report/Monthly Department Reports/Committee Minutes 2. Winter Carnival Debrief(Erin, Justin, Kurt, Nathan) 1 CITY COiJNCIL PACKET Page 203 of 204 December 5,2019 3. Midas Gold Environmental Impact Statement(EIS) Update (Anette) 4. Library Bond Ordinance review � February 27, 2020 - 5:30 pm, Legion Hall—Regular Council Meeting 1. Work Session: 2. Treasurers Monthly Report(Linda) Consent 3. Treasurer's Quarterly Report as Required by IC SO-208 (Linda) Consent �. GolfAdvisory Committee Annual Report 5. Midas Gold EIS- City Comments to Forest Service (Anette) 6. Library Bond Ordinance Adoption February 28, 2020—9:00 am - 11:00 am TBD—t�,b.eGial 1'?�,o:��k Sess�io� 1. Work Session 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. PUBLIC HEARING: 2018 All Hazard Mitigation Plan Goals and Strategies (Anette/Justin) 7. Big Payette YYater Quality Board Presentation on the quality of the Payette Lake 8. Little League of Central Idaho MOU(Tara) 9. Update to all Federal Title VI Resolution Policies (BessieJo) 10. PD Hiring Challenges (,Iustin) 11. PUD-15-01 McCall RV Resort Phase 2 Final Plan (Morgan)? 2 CITY COUNCIL PACKET Page 204 of 204 December 5,2019 Seasonal Employee Housing Program SUMMARY:The Seasonal Employee Housing Unit Program is a new section of the code v�hich is intended to provide employer.s the opportunity to provide temporary housing for employees during the peak summer season.The�seasonal dwellings would_be limitedi irJ location to the commercial.zones_and-on propertyo uwned-or"managed'by the employe� ,4n—administra'ti"ve review and�insp`ection process would be required`to`e`nsure fhat the property and the proposed units are appropriate for the site, and that the applicant adheres to the requirements for the seasonal housing including occupancy, management and time limitations. 3.8.22 SEASONAL DWELLING UNITS Seasonal Dwelling Units:Seasonal dwelling units for use by employees of businesses or institutions within the McCall Area including the city limits and McCall Impact Area are permitted subject to section 3.13.01 Administrative Review and under the following conditions: (A)Approval of an application through the Administrative Review shall be based on the carrying capacity of the site for the addition of seasonal dwelling unit(s) and the impacts on surrounding properties considering the following factors: number of proposed units,setbacks of the units to the property lines, access and parking,visibility to the public right of way and surrounding properties and ability to - maintain healthy and safe living conditions. (B)An affidavit signed by the property owner and the employer filed with the city prior to occupancy of the seasonal dwelling unit stating that the seasonal dwelling unit will be used for the exclusive use of seasonal employees;stipulating the length of time the seasonal dwelling will be occupied; and declaring that the location for the seasonal dwelling unit is on property owner or managed by the . , employer. • a � (C) An inspection by the city verifying that the seasonal dwelling unit adheres to all health and safety standards and setbacks and height standards of the zoning district within which it is located. (D)Seasonal dwelling unit(s) may occupy a property between May 1 and October 31. . � � v��'. l�� / � ` l � � e COLJNCIL,PACKET Page 161 of 260 November 7,2019 Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) Program SUMMARY: AmP�;r,r��a�t�r�e.nr�croo�rl�t,rr.t�h�A__-rrr.a�ssor se, i i �res -i 2 ` in P m_.�,aa;.��.�nf_arraccnn�#,W,�-�Yi` tOi/1dYFY���+�Old-- 51�1� an�-�: ' +�„���+hc I�rao C�Yt�S�C������`"���� Il d.A new section has been added specific to accessory dwelling units that includes new criteria, incentives for providing ADU's and provisions that currently appear in the Chapter 13 PERMITS AND APPLICATIONS which will be deleted in that section. 3.8.11 ACCESSORY USE, BUILDINGS AfVD STRUCTURES � �� �� . , . , , , ��+�,.,�,�...h.,.-�, .., -,I � «+�,.,�,� -, .,+-, .,il.,l,la A -� � -'��"�4' ave the same exteri r fex as rm�p I {�}�__).'�'�ee� �—,Y-��,, b��+�t�w��' 't' cc ry, u e�_nm�^+"Q��g.a_n_r_materials arp annr^�-��.;++�+,h�e -eem�r�i�i�.aa�er the procedures for Design Revie�.id:�d,that if the building roof does not comply with fire mitigation standards, materials which do meet those standards may be substituted. , , ; , , �� � r� �� a�ti (B)T�.m�� u ,z"�r�lP nf+ha ro��d.e�n.t-i�l,t�,�.i�pbox.�.o:�-�ta�xt�xrmat�c , ,#an �" !�S 1 acc�ssory struct�-.Q shall be limited to 1500 square feet unless th,e stcu�t�e--�^^u�,��ed ��� ,�z� re i � �, � �G��a ,���' G�' 3.8.111:ACCESSORY DWELLING UNITS r �Q.�.fi U'�" [` Gl��L1� �' �` ��J,��rn���fi ��P n��� ' Accessory Dwellin� Units:Accessory dwellin�units are permitted subiect to the provisions of Chapter 16 DESIGN REVIEW of this Title and the followins conditions: (A) Number: One accessory dwellin�unit is permitted as subordinate to anv existin�principal dwellin� unit or on property where there is a development permit to establish a principal dwellin�unit, except as allowed throu�h thed��W��U�l�G.B,C�ISJ. � � * F��:�9M set forth in Section 3.8.21. ' (B) Location:A" "�,.�i�c��-1/rl�eicllinn nnio�.r - ����, ti���E,��l �aar�ldir�a n it. (C) Densitv:Ac ent d�i. — -------------- 1 � P a g e ------------ — - COLJNCIL PACKET Page 162 of 260 November 7,2019 (D) Basic Requirements for Habitation:An accessory structure shall p,r�mdr•1�ba�:is�ret�j;t�r��e��ts,pfor Iivi�slQe.p,ira�,.�a;t���o.o� � �api�"at�"o°� (E) Health and Safetv Code Requirements:An accessory dwellin�unit shall meet the requirements of citV code Title 2 BUILDING REGULATIONS and meet all�overnmental standards for water and sewa�e systems. (F) Size:The square foota�e of the accessory dwellin�shall not exceed 1500 square feet,unless the unit has been dedicated as a local housin�unit. (G) Parkin�:�R1�a �fi�i�aalrt�r�{ci��is..��quiLed. �u ����f'�a�G I , ��l k- w7 l P �--a-� V�_ _ � c��� (H) Accessory dwellin�units that qualifv as Local Housin��av��t�►��a,+v,e�fu��xnFt�srraa�t�wa�er �ser�se�f.�e-s,-s:�-b;fecttt�a�il�bl�af�azrtEl i n�. (I) Rental Requirements: 1. Accessory dwellin�units mav be used for lease or rental purposes by obtainin�a business license for rental pursuant to Title 4 BUSINESS REGULATIONS of the Municipal Code. �� p —�, . �: t�er�:������t�e,rm�r�e����.or�ea�r,ot�ertyyRei�-l�r�t.4aeza�c-e�rz�id��lir�nit 'f— ^"+�� ' l�Yze.�:_.�,-.��r.rr�r��_ri.n�a.��.E.�.r�-s�r,�t�ed��-�.Y�xt��ire��i�. IL��--C ��, q � e � �b���� G�t �"1'J'{ , z az n�a. nGnirni !lC Ar'/`CCC/lDV Il\11/Cl l lfll/] III�IITG -,i .,f-, -,a.., ��+.--,+�..., ., �,�+., .,++.,�,,.+�,,., � �� n� .,f+h���h-,.,+�� . ; , . �' . ., . � . , , , , , , • , � .-+L,., � ..I-,;..-,..+.,� -,I -, ��I�....+.,+H.,� .,F.,.-,Fir-,1 i��rl�,.,-,�,.,+ /C1!'�i+..r'-. C..r�A-,iv�+-,'n .. A.,.,.,.-�.....fl....,lli..n I Ini+• . � � • 2 � P a g e ------------------- -------- COUNCIL PACKET Page 163 of 260 November 7,2019 � � • , , , , .. , �� , . r,, 3 � P a g e -- ----- ---------- - COLINCIL PACKET Page 164 of 260 November 7,2019 � � , � r ► �� . S�U',� �l'�' Short-term Rental Program SUMMARY: The Short-Term Rental Program establishes � II �,a#�r,-ta.r�lc a � re 21'S ravia�niarl thYmuak��orsrmcli9�in .� it. N�g req u i re rr,P r,t� tn�,l&�R�i�6i'r5�}F'�f@�'��d�i#k�d�Ps."s�i[F,rp�i i ,. t;,. Il r ' , - 'ons a P��n�:N�';#;✓�.�;�� - f]-�I..Ef7hr�m�,ma�n.�,iPa,i`y a�ao cao... r.. n�i c �t;t�,j# ,. . ----�--.+..�a+y,Y� _7 requirements. Comn.l�c-�v,tt��es�r�eq 0. , ' „ �,. 3.13.037 ADDITIONAL CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT(CUP)STANDARDS FOR DWELLING,SHORT- TERM RENTAL WITH OCCUPANCY OF TWENTY(20)OR MORE GUESTS (A) The conu� +��� ' - - -`� - ' '^^� ^ ^,ore _� � guests shall comply with the general standards and findings for approval of a conditional use � permit as set forth in 3.13.03.B and the standards for all short-term rentals set forth in 03.13.10. ` (B) T c 1. Access:The access and ingress to the site shall maintain safe conditions for pedestrians and vehicles, and sh ot , � . p d. �. Rarking: on the site shall be the minimum necessary to provide �,�.a Q adequate parking for the occupancy. G ,�I �S{�' �, 3. _I�Loud music, outdoor activities or any other source of noise that can be heard beyond � ���, the perimeter of the short-term rental premises shall not be generated during the hours of � Q"r . ay ,. � 4. Health and Safety:Th�buildin�i�l.e�a�r�r��l.t��m�����������.�. �.-.�.�,�,��.���,w . ����� .. Sr�e� �a��7., .,�+ ,. ..�s:__ .,:a„ a�+,,,.�,. .-ti,�� +.,��,,,� .,.,a .,,�:�; od�z�r V � C,�� - ��' o t. /�c �@S S. ���c: No exterior chan�es shall be made to the str ' t � n �� �. LG'n would_ I�im�nate its appear�c-�.or use as a dwelline�anit for lone teem_r�sidency. , �`' � � Use Restrictions: ' ions (occupancy, number and location of parking � � C� ` spaces, restrictions on RV parking,solid waste collection, quiet hours and noise restrictions, � �� outdoor activity restrictions) a ' ' it, and the name � ���� and phone number of local representative and property owner shall be posted within the short-term rental dwelling unit for user reference. ' (C) Neighborhood Imp�� �-�+aa�,.n.,:�+;�^-a,�at.�,���,���g �,*na�r��.n-�'---�- � .�� i h�bor�'�_ rpnt�l raaar,s�ina,an,� -8 1 � Page COLJNCIL PACKET Page 165 of 260 November 7,2019 � 1. The local representative contact information to serve as initial contact if there are questions , or complaints regarding the operation of the short-term rental, and ` 2." A copy of the conditions of approval. aC��' , � �1`��� �.,�Qi , (D) Application Requirements: � <�r�� ��` pa�f . ` Xt � 1. (� ���v �1. With�� � � �� ' ,t ��-Iica� -hall n tify �`���� `,�6�n � b. �� i� : ra e , ow�e�r- w'�hin �_''=f � }t, , th , ., .osed�-h� �term - tal.The '� � �N l,tt' 'notice shall describe the intent to establish the rental and to invite those property owners to �� �/ � a neighborhood meeting to discuss the proposal.The neighborhood meetin shall be held at s� least fourteen (14) days prior to submittal of the application. The notice of the meeting �Y i sh e m i e ess han ourteen ays prior to the neighborhood meeting. 2. In addition to the Conditional Use Permit (CUP) application,the following submittals are required priorto the noticing of a public hearing before the McCall Area Planning and � Zoning Commission: �b�sic site plan that indicates the location of on-site parking; b. an operations plan; ,._ � - c. a communication strategy; d. a stormwater management plan, if there are changes to the site; and � e. a signed declaration identifying the date and location of the neighborhood meeting � and a roster of the persons attending. , 03.13.09 PERMIT STANDARDS FOR DWELLING,SHORT-TERiVI RENTALS (A) All short-term rentals located in the city limits shall obtain a busin i e.��p.q��t to Title 4 BUSINESS REGULATIONS ofthe Municipal Code. Prior o t e issuance of an annual business license to operate a short-term rental,the applicant shall file with the Administrator,a signed � declaration a_ff_irm.ir:�h�e c� , e mana�ed to adhere to the following � requi�ents: � 1. Parking:all parking for the unit is contained on the site and not more than one(1) parking space p_er_b_edx'.ao�a�s.pr:o:u�,ded. All trai ers shall be parked on a surface area, i space is ' provided, and shall not park on the rig t-o way. 2. Occupancy:Short-term rentals shall contain n e than four 4 eo le er bedroom. - Total maximum occupancy of the short-term rental shall be basefd'on the number o bedrooms times four(4). 3. Noise: Quiet hours from 1� nm to 8 am the following day are enforced. - 4. Safety:Smoke, propane, and carbon monoxide detectors are installed within the premises. 5. A posting of the requirements set forth in requirements 1-3 stated above are posted in a. , visible spot on the premises and a copy provided to all renters. ' 6. Contact Information:The name and contact information for the property manager is (��-� identified and has been sent to all property owners within 300 feet of the location of the h �� � sh�t erm rental. �,j ��a� 7. No events a ' ' ional guests beyond those sta in at the short-term � rental without first obtaining a conditional use permi . ----- ---- ------ 2 � P a g e ------------------- --------—_--- COUNCIL,PACKET Page 166 of 260 November 7,2019 l�" ' ,�,� -_�,'� . ��,U G��"� s,�,�;.� � ��� ► � �,,-�,�, ���� ,��n • � �t�1 Local Housing Density Bonus Program �^ S��`. !�-d�''� �� �� �(L�r:� :S���r...Gl� �. � SUMMARY: The Local Housing Density Bonus Program is a new code sec ion which is � intc��t�zt��:fifP;r��;tce;ra;t+ve�s=for.ther�rc� • • . . � .',�� • . � ,rt �f . - .cC `�,;�[`� Ar �a• � ��w :a+�,go Is, and as part of the city's broader local housing program. ���S �,�The d�n�i�� �,�l,�s�v�oul�d�p�,a ,� � � _ < `�!�"'�e;�u{�r����and �� �' e� � ��dt-`s�ic�s.The review ofthe�densit bo s would be a ����` �� part♦of the required permit for the overall development and t e o�i h using would have to � �-�'� meet certain criteria as set forth in the section (C) General Provisions.TbP dPcLsi y b ❑us Go`'�'`��� could be additional units or lots, or a reduction in lot size for res' s. In the ` �� commercia zones, ad ition I�ght is o-ered as t e incentive. �' � � �.+►. C' i.t��.-�<:. �Q �eJ�2��'�.� r;�` 3.8.21 LOCAL HOUSING DENSITY BOfVUS PROGRAM �� �[d c�,� �-(�h.c/ ��Gt..0�. - (A) Purpose:The purpose of the Local Housing Density Bonus Program is to implement the goals of the McCall Area Comprehensive Plan: 1. Promote a a�r'ety of aualitvJtousi�a�vn,es�or_c�r_rent and_f�ur�r�esidem�s. 2. Support a local housin�proeram as part of the vision for a i.uu rse and vear-round economy. 3. Support multi-faceted strategies to address local housing opportunities. (B)Applicability:The density bonus may be applied in any residential or commercial district. ��� (C)General Provisions: Review and approval of a density bonus and the general provisions set forth below shall be determined through the r uire�,�Loermit arocess as set fort in�e�a�3_1,3.01.The applicant must��r.rasastrate that the proposed units/lots comply with the criteria for local housine as se forth in Cit�Cs�uq.cil..a.do�t ooli,, c��ie�s. ' 1 �;� 1. Local housing units in a development shall be mixed with, and not clustered together or se�rega�d in �l)t�`� ` a��frnm markat-rata iirutS. r �i 2. All development on the property, including the portion proposed for local housing,shall meet all the provisions ofsection 3.3.04: RESIDENTIALZONE GENERAL DEVELOPMENTSTANDARDS. 3. The location of arkin spac set forth in section 3.8.06(D)and the number of parking spaces required as set �ort in Ta le 3.8.062 VEHIICLE PARKING ma be modified for local ' ' s. �� l� 4. The local h usi art of the e made avai b o t -'�� ,�� ,�`j w'th t e ' of the market rate units and recorded as a deed restricted_local housin�un1#�or� "r�� � 1vi- 6 V" �� � �te�� �, )G � �D) Calculation of the Density Bonus: �-�'��1 =���� 1. In the s��ones, d�i�Sy,■b ,cartt.�l��li�r�'�dzd�t.izrag�ttnits,radrfi�in�alYbu,tld�ng 'r �W� l�ts and reduction in minimumJa,t�i��c�,ve w�a�.is,e�,titl�d�ir�t��baserzane. t ( .��2. In the Cc��-ur�a��Ge�r�ial (CC) and C�r=�rah�t�i+��trict(CBD) zones, c��'t.y onus � /��, �� inc'••��' �+ipnal hei�ht ab�u�.,w,t�at is�,era#afn- '^+"P�one. ' 3. The calculation of the density bonus is as shown in Table 3.8.21. 4. Qn. I�+one_incPntiv,e�1,7._av hP annliPc�tn�}/nnP nr�iPrt. �- ��{r ,�� l�C��fi�" � ' � , 7tc f�� � � . COUNCIL PACKET Page 159 of 260 November 7 2019 ' � I�}��� � Table 3.8.21: Density Bonus Calculation � Incentive Density Bonus Additional dwelling units ' 1 additional unit for each local housing unit . Additional bailding lots , 1 additional building lot for each lot deed restricted for local housing , Additional height in commercial zones.l 15' additional building height for 25%of the floor � • area of the development devoted to local housing units. � Reduction in minimum lot size to the.standards 50% of the additional lots created by the bonus . allowed by the next higher.density residential shall be dedicated to local housing. zoning categofy. � " 1 Not applicable where height is restricted for health and safety purposes, as for aircraft navigation.See special provisions within the scenic route overlay,Section 3.7.032. - �Q��s �� , �V�� � . � , �� ��o� � � ��, � . . �.�� , �� . , , A . � ' � • � � � I �� I COiJNCII,PACKET Page 160 of 260 November 7,2019 ' 1 McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-234 Meeting Date November 7, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Originator Department Approvals Initials or Sc� orter McCall Area Code Update Ma or/Council Local Housing/Short Term Rental Ove�view ci Mana er � Clerk Treasurer � Communi Develo ment , Ori inator Police De artment �' Public Works Golf Course COST IMPACT: N/A Parks and Recreation FUNDING N/A Ai ort SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: N/A Information S stems Grant Coordinator SUMMARYSTATEMENT: On June 27, a joint work session was held with the McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission and the McCall City Council to learn, discus,s, and provide direction on potential updates to the City and County Code to encourage more local housing in the jurisdiction (City limits and McCall Impact Area.) Since the work session, Diane Kushlan, consultant, and Staff have been working on drafting the attached list of code amendments. These were presented the McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission at the October 1 meeting. After review of the code changes and discussion, they unanimously recommended approval to the City Council and County Commissioners with some changes to the short-term rental section. Staff worked with the City Attorney to finalize the code language for this section. � The purpose is for the City Council to review the proposed language and provide any feedback prior to the noticing and preparation of the ordinances. " �.,� c�='� �t,�s�v� � C.c c�F �-�yI-.PG.��e�--�7 RECOMMENDED ACTION.• Direct staff to prepare an ordinance that include local housing code amendments and short-term rental � regulations. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION December 13,2018 Contract with Kushlan for Code U date June 27,2019 Local Housin Code o tions work session COIJNCII,PACKET Page 157 of 260 November 7,2019 ZONIIVG CODE UPDATE — CHANGES RELATED TO LOCAL HOUSING, DESNITY BONUS, SEASONAL HOUSING, ACCESSORY DVVELLING UNIT AND SHORT-TERM RENTALS FROM: Diane T. Kushlan, Kushlan � Associates DATE: September 24, 2019 The purpose of this memorandum is to outline proposed amendments to Title 3 PLANNING AND ZONING of the McCall City Code/County related to housing. BACKGROUND: The proposed code amendments evolved from thejoint City Council and Planning and Zoning Commission work session that was held on June 27, 2019.Valley County Commissioners and staff were also invited to this meeting. At that session, recommendations were made on how the zoning code could be amended to meet the goals of the McCall Area Comprehensive Plan including incentivizing `local housing' and expanding the variety of allowed housing types.The discussion during the work session provided direction on the change suggestions, as well as identifying other areas of possible changes in the code. ATTACH M ENTS: The proposed code amendments have been bundled into five areas and that are detailed in separate attachments: � +�� 1. Local Housing Density Bonus Program ��U' � . Seasonal Employee Housing Program � 3. Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) Program 4. Short-term Rental Program 5. Miscellaneous other provisions � A preface to the code changes in each of these attachments e�t�l�in��t,te,i tations and $�, 11r �Gt��tol��tx�e_ s�_�s. ��r�e-n�.i��ec-���raent��iti��� a�fi�t'he itia s ' der that-the provisions a r'� - - � �'�. This document is the one that should be used as the basis or your recom�mendation to the McCall City Council and Valley County Commissioners. � .�. � COUNCIL PACKET Page 158 of 260 November 7,2019 McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-241 � Meeting Date November 7, 2019 AGEI�DA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Department Approvals Initials Originator or Su orter Request for Envi�onmental Advisory Committee Ma or/Council 1Vlember Appointments c� Mana er b Clerk Treasurer Communi Develo ment Police De artment Public Works Golf Course COST IMPACT: N/A Parks and Recreation TW Originator FUNDING N/A Ai ort SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: November 7,2019 Information S stems Grant Coordinator SUMMARYSTATEMENT: The mission of the Environmental Advisory Committee (EAC) to the City of McCall is to identify and promote a unifying policy of objectives for environmental stewardship and sustainability across all city departments and for the ultimate benefit of the community. Currently,the EAC has two (2)three-year term vacancies available. An advertisement ran for two weeks in the Star News, which-generated one letter of interest that was later withdrawn. The EAC recently advertised again the two vacancies on the committee. Two citizens have expressed interest in joining and attended two EAC meetings to get a feel for the group. After review, it is the EAC and City staff's recommendation to appoint Matt Stebbins and Kerri Stebbins each to a three-year term on the committee. �����,�/ � RECOMMENDED ACTION.• Appoint �� r. �"�1���� and �t�� �t"�'�fo�asthree year term on the environmental advisory committee expiring in November 2022. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION ME�TING DATE ACTION � COiJNCIL,PACKET Page 151 of 260 November 7,2019 Kerri Stebbins 1305 Ponderosa#5 McCall, ID 83638 October 29, 2019 Tara Woods Staff Liaison Environmental Advisory Committee 336 Deinhard Lane McCall, ID 83638 Ms Woods, McCall City Council, and Mayor Aymon— Being outside, and protecting those outdoor spaces, has long been important to me.A portion of all of my art sales, for instance, goes to outdoor conservation groups,just as my work experience is littered with jobs focused on giving back in sustainable ways, such as the five years I spent as the lead grantwriter for Greenwood Resources, helping Greenwood incorporate hybrid poplar tree farms so that natural forests didn't need to be cut down. I first visited McCall in 2011 and quickly fell in love with Payette Lake and the surrounding forests, before moving back with my husband in 2015. In between—while we were living in Wenatchee, Washington—we founded our own non-profit organization, Endless Trails, in 2013, focused on �' - sustainable trail use and trail advocacy.As we have slowly gotten more involved in the community here,we've especially gotten more involved in caring for the places that are important to us. As part of those efforts, we put on the Sharlie Shuffle each spring and Sasquatch Shuffle each fall in Ponderosa State Park in conjunction with the Park, Endless Trails, and the newly formed Friends of Ponderosa, a 501(c)3 recognized nonprofit. We are also both Idaho Master Naturalists, and regularly do volunteer trail work in the park and elsewhere. - All of this is part of our goal of helping McCall and the surrounding area continue to grow and develop in sustainable ways. Sustainability and natural resource advocacy are important to us, and we care profoundly about McCall growing as sustainably and eco-consciously as possible. We'd love to bring our respective and collective skills and experience to the table if there's an opportunity to help. Thank you for your consideration, and please don't hesitate to let us know if we can answer any questions. Sincerely, Kerri Stebbins COiJNCIL,PACKET Page 152 of 260 November 7,2019 e m � City of McCaII To: City Council From: Nathan Stewart,Public Works Director . CC: Anette Spickard, City Manager � Date: 10-28-19 Re: Monthly Department Report—October 2019 ADMINISTRATION/ENGINEERING — 1. Develonment En�ineerin� Reviews: Review coordination of land use applications with the City Planner, and engineering review of construction plans including 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 residential parcels. 2. Downtown Core Reconstruction: Phase 1B: Final lift paving on Lenora and 2na occurred on October 11-13. Streets lights along Lenora are scheduled to be installed in mid-I'�ovember/early-December pending weather. 1Vlanufacturer ` � delays in delivery will postpone remaining lighting on 2"d till Spring 2020 along with all landscaping {� on the pro�ec . comp e ion ate or project is end o�November. _�. . Phase 2A—Knife River has completed water,sewer and stormwater work on Park Street and Park Street was reopened to 2-way traffic on 10/4. Park St.will be closed temporarily on 11/1 for asphalt patching over the roadway. Work in Veteran's Alley will began on 10/4 and will start on west(near 15�and proceed eastward installing subsurface sewer and stormwater facilities. Portions of the alley �ill be closed throughoutNovember. ��'� R�fer to the City's website:https://www.mccall.id.us/downtownproiect for more info. G? �f�'� , � K, Phase 2B: Horrocks and PW staff completed preliminary design and plan in hand review for this � phase. Design to be finalized in November with bidding to commence in �.j. , �r� �Phase 3 Transportation Alternafives Grant: ED Planner,Horrocks and PW staff are preparing a w �$500,000 grant application to help fund sidewalk infrastructure for this phase. ---- � � � ��� ����� , �� � , Monthly Department Report—Public Works COLTNCIL PACKET � Page 147 of 260 November 7,2019 �/3. PW Facilitv Studv: Horrocks/CRSA have prepared draft narratives of the existing conditions of the property/facilities. Staff submitted a pre-application for a rezone application convert the current ��j parcels' zoning from residential to civic. Staff is also working with Secesh Engineering to complete ,�� �,,�' an ROS combirie the parcels that cover the PW facilitiy. Draft plan development will be ongoing in � preparation for work session wrth Crty Council on 12/20. t�� r�� . �� �r 4. Mission Street Reconstruction/ITD STP Rural Grant: The professional services agreement � with Forsgren Engineers(Project Engineer)was approved by City Council on 10/24/19.This agreement covers mostly field work and environmental investigations and is the first of a least two Lc�Y agreements.The second agreement will provide for preparation of the plans,specifications,and ���5 �,e� estimates required for bidding and construction of the project. �l �;�� � �5. SH-55/Deinhard-Bovdstun Lane Corridor Studv: PW and ITD D3 staff have finalized the � � cooperative agreement that identifies cost sharing responsibilities for the Corridor Exchange Feasibility Study(to be completed by Horrocks Engineers). Agreement and study scope of work �� �,U�� ill be presented to City Council on 11/7/19. ��, � G,,, ` TREETS: �`)� ��1. Crack SealinE: Completed 31 hours of crack sealing the walking/bike paths for Parks Dept. n�� 2. Road Patchin�: Asphalt patching along Davis, Colorado, Fir St Bridle Path, and Wild Horse. Cold �X� patching of potholes in E. Deinhard, 1� Street, Jacobs, Washington, Railroad, Mission, Colorado, Pinedale,Ernesto,Forest,Neil,Mill St.,Hemlock,Pilgrim Cove,and Carrico. 3. Dust Abatement: Ha}�es, Boydstun Ln., Hubbard, Jasper and Romine being prepped for dust abatement that will start 11/1. 4. ROW Maintenance: Clear brush around street signs along Ponderosa, Reedy, Railroad, Agate, N , Samson Trail,Mission,E.Lake St.,Warren Wagon Rd,Lick Creek,Majestic View and Stibnite. 5. Misc. Maintenance Activities: Falll clean-out and shore up city stormwater systems, sign repairs/replacement/relocating,gravel road pothole repairs and street sweeping as weather permits. 6. First Aid/CPR Trainin�: All streets staff, Director, City Engineer;and Admin attended an all day First Aid/CPR re-certification class at the Meadows Valley Fire Station. 7. Emer�encv Call Outs: Emergency call in to sand roadway on E.Park Street,call in for traffic control on Boydstun for truck roll over,and at 3rd&Deinhard for traffic light being out. 8. Snow Removal Pren: Streets is iri the process of prepping equipment for snow removal.Routes will be marked and signs installed starting the first of November. WATER: 1. Distribution: �� a. Jasper Subdivision Water Main and Drainage Improvements: Substantial Completion issued' � to Warrington on 10-7-19,Final Completion issued on 10-31-19.Project is deemed complete. ,. Ivlonthly Deparhnent Report—Public Works COUNCIL PACKET Page 148 of 260 November 7,2019 _ 10/18/2019 13:16 PROPERTY LOST 10/18/2019 15:59 911 HANG UP/MISDIAL 10/18/2019 17:14 ACCIDENT H& R 10/18/2019 18:32 SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE 10/18/2019 19:18 MEDICAL � `> 10/19/2019 00:01 MEDICAL ' 10/19/2019 01:22 DISTURB THE PEACE 10/19/2019 09:47 ACCIDENT PI 10/19/2019 09:38 SLIDE OFF 10/19/2019 11:17 FIRE CALL 10/19/2019 11:56 ALARM RESIDENCE 10/19/2019 12:47 HAZARD 10/19/2019 22:08 MEDICAL � o w� 10/20/2019 00:11 SUICIDE � 10/20/2019 03:49 PROPERTY DAMAGE 10/20/2019 14:30 911 HANG UP/MISDIAL 10/20/2019 14:49 PROPERTY FOUND 10/20/2019 16:20 DISTURB THE PEACE 10/20/2019 17:37 ACCIDENT PD , 10/20/2019 20:01 WARRANT � 10/21/2019 03:29 PROWLER 10/21/2019 11:24 NARCOTICS VIOLATION 10/21/2019 12:40 SEX OFFENSE 10/21/2019 12:48 ALARM BUSINESS 10/21/2019 12:54 PROPERTY LOST 10/21/2019 16:04 911 HANG UP/MISDIAL 10/21/2019 17:30 SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE 10/21/2019 20:25 INTOXICATED DRIVER 10/21/2019 22:14 911 HANG UP/MISDIAL 10/21/2019 22:19 ACCIDENT PI 10/22/2019 08:19 SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE 10/22/2019 09:48 PROPERTY DAMAGE 10/22/2019 10:53 ABANDONED VEHICLE 10/22/2019 13:19 91�1 HANG UP/MISDIAL 10/22/2019 17:36 ACCIDENT PD 10/23/2019 11:34 SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE 10/23/2019 11:36 SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE 10/23/2019 12:06 TRESPASS 10/23/2019 13:12 INTOXICATED DRIVER 10/23/2019 13:24 911 HANG UP/MISDIAL 10/23/2019 13:40 911 HANG UP/MISDIAL � 10/23/2019 13:46 DUI 10/23/2019 15:07 WELFARE CHECK 10/23/2019 22:01 SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE 10/24/2019 01:41 ACCIDENT PD 10/24/2019 06:19 TRESPASS � •Page 5 COUNCIL PACKET Page 145 of 260 November 7,2019 10/24/2019 10:26 911 HANG UP/MISDIAL 10/24/2019 10:59 WARRANT 10/24/2019 13:27 CIVIL MATTER 10/24/2019 20:39 ANIMAL FOLTND 10/24/2019 21:10 SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE 10/25/2019 05:14 DISTURB THE PEACE 10/25/2019 05:54 TRAFFIC COMPLAINT 10/25/2019 14:22 ANIMAL FOLJND 10/25/2019 15:23 CIVIL STANDBY 10/25/2019 15:34 THEFT PETIT 10/25/2019 16:04 PROPERTY FOUND 10/25/2019 17:22 911 HANG UP/MISDIAL 10/25/2019 23:06 MALICIOUS INJLTRY 10/25/2019 23:44 DOMESTIC 10/26/2019 09:10 ACCIDENT PI 10/26/2019 12:16 SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE 10/26/2019 12:39 ACCIDENT H&R � 10/26/2019 12:45 TRAFFIC COMPLAINT 10/26/2019 15:16 ANIMAL FOUND 10/26/2019 21:19 'DUI 10/27/2019 01:15 911 HANG UP/MISDIAL 10/27/2019 10:11 MALICIOUS'INJURY 10/27/2019 14:33 SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE 10/27/2019 18:50 BURGLARY BUSINESS 10/27/2019 20:42 PARKING COMPLAINT 10/28/2019 09:02 ORDINANCE VIOLATION -MCCALL 10/28/2019 15:16 SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE 10/28/2019 15:15 911 HANG UP/MISDIAL - 10/28/2019 15:36 TRAFFIC COMPLAINT 10/28/2019 16:18 INFORMATION 10/28/2019 16:43 911 HANG UP/MISDIAL 10/29/2019 12:13 PROPERTY FOLTND 10/29/2019 2t:53 MALICIOUS INJURY� 10/30/2019 13:04 MEDICAL ^� 10/30/2019 14:59 WELFARE CHECK � - 10/30/2019 16:08 �ACCIDENT PD 10/30/2019 16:13 ACCIDENT H&R 10/30/2019 18:04 TRAFFIC COMPLAINT 10/30/2019 21:47 SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE Total Calls for Service 211 � • •Page 6 COLJNCIL PACKET Page 146 of 260 November 7,2019 F. `.� e m � City of McCall To: City Council From: Justin Williams CC: Anette Spickard, City Manager Date: 10/31/2019 Re: Monthly Depariment Report 1. Personnel Chan�es ,� Officer Mary Ruskovich resigned from the McCall Police Deparhnent effective b �'!� November 3`�,2019,she has accepted a position with the Valley County SherifPs Of�ice. �,� Officer Ruskovich' s resignation leaves the McCall Police Department with three vacant �� patrol posifions. -- J �,�� cc�%� �6s�-E-ia''Ls- �t�v�^�r _ � � The McCall Police Deparhnent is currently recruiting for positions of Code Enforcement ` OfFcer and Patrol Officer. Application will be accepted until the pos' ion is filled. �f,:S �-� aQ�/4 6�N' ii= tJ"{ � � �l� Gl.r . Grant Update ��--��,,� ��. C b '��; The McCall Police Department,Idaho Deparhnent of Transportation,and McCall IT Staff have completed SWET system soflware installation. User training was completed on October 21St. Following a short test period to ensure the SWET system is functioning properly,the system is expected to be in use by o�cers by December 2019. The McCall Police Department continues to work the Idaho Transportation Department's Tra�c 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. 2. Community Events Officers from the McCall Police Department participated in McCall Park and Recreation's Trunk or Treat event on October 31St. The event is held annually to provide safe centralized alternative location for trick or treating. � The McCall Police Department participated in Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)National Drug Takeback Day, October 26, 2019. The event was held at the Page 1 of 6 Monthly Department Report COLJNCIL PACKET Page 141 of 260 November 7,2019 McCall Police Department from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., 65 pounds of unwanted or expired prescription and over the counter medications were collected. A total of 166 pound of inedication were collected in 2019. 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. 3. Calls for Service Date Time Nature of Call 10/O1/2019 00:27 WELFARE CHECK 10/O1/2019 03:20 911 HANG UP/MISDIAL 10/O1/2019 09:12 PROPERTY LOST 10/O1/2019 10:29 THREATS 10/O1/2019 11:47 ALARM RESIDENCE 10/O1/2019 12:39 WARRANT 10/O1/2019 14:39 THEFT PETIT 10/O1/2019 15:15 ACCIDENT PD 10/O1/2019 16:31 THEFT PETIT 10/O1/2019 16:58 ALARM RESIDENCE � � 10/O1/2019 18:03 CIVIL MATTER � � 10/O1/2019 18:51• � ALARM RESIDENCE � 10/Ol/2019 18:46 911 HANG UP/MISDIAL 10/O1/2019 20:10 INTOXICATED SUBJECT 10/02/2019 02:05 EMERGENCY MESSAGE 10/02/2019 08:50 ABANDONED VEHICLE 10/02/2019 11:02 ABANDONED VEHICLE 10/02/2019 12:21 PROPERTY DAMAGE 10/02/2019 16:23 SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE 10/02/2019 �18:09 PROPERTY DAMAGE 10/03/2019 02:19 WELFARE CHECK � 10/03/2019 07:55 911 HANG UP/MISDIAL 10/03/2019 08:38 ABANDONED VEHICLE 10/03/2019 13:00 FRAUD 10/03/2019 16:01 FRAUD 10/03/2019 16:46 DOMESTIC 10/03/2019 18:05 ALARM RESIDENCE 10/04/2019 08:44 ACCIDENT PI 10/04/2019 09:00 ATTEMPT TO LOCATE 10/04/2019 09:59 THEFT GRAND � 10/04/2019 11:42 TRESPASS 10/04/2019 12:24 SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE 10/04/2019 21:31 ANIMAL COMPLAINT 10/OS/2019 08:59 ABANDONED VEHICLE •Page 2 __. COLTNCIL PACKET Page 142 of 260 November 7,2019 10/OS/2019 10:16 911 HANG UP/MISDIAL -- . 10/OS/2019 14:21 911 HANG UP/MISDIAL 10/OS/2019 20:30 SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE 10/06/2019 06:42 9ll HANG UP/MISDIAL 10/06/2019 07:35 ORDINANCE VIOLATION -MCCALL 10/06/2019 10:54 CIVIL MATTER 10/06/2019 15:40 THEFT PETIT 10/06/2019 18:10 SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE 10/07/2019 09:59 ANIMAL 10/07/2019 10:13 VIN INSPECTION 10/07/2019 12:58 PROPERTY FOUND 10/07/2019 14:51 PROPERTY FOUND 10/07/2019 16:07 PROPERTY DAMAGE 10/07/2019 17:44 ANIMAT, 10/07/2019 17:46 BURGLARY BUSINESS 10/08/2019 03:35 ATTEMPT TO LOCATE 10/08/2019 09:31 INFORMATION 10/08/2019 12:03 ANIMAL 10/08/2019 13:01 VIN INSPECTION d�C L�. 10/08/2019 13:23 911 HANG UP/MISDIAL �� � 10/08/2019 14:01 ALARM RESIDENCE � �,�„� � 10/08/2019 15:15 PROPERTY DAMAGE V� �' , 10/08/2019 15:46 CIVIL MATTER �b� �.b3�`" 10/08/2019 17:38 MEDICAL � � � ��� 10/09/2019 01:37 MEDICAL 10/09/2019 11:12 PROPERTY DAMAGE 10/09/2019 11:24 SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE 10/09/2019 12:49 THEFT GRAND 10/09/2019 13:02 TRESPASS 10/09/2019 14:07 911 HANG UP/MISDIAL 10/09/2019 15:00 PROPERTY FOLJND 10/09/2019 21:06 ORDINANCE VIOLATION -MCCALL 10/10/2019 07:17 TRAFFIC COMPLAINT 10/10/2019 07:25 PARKING COMPLAINT 10/10/2019 08:35 911 HANG UP/MISDIAL 10/10/2019 14:49 VIN INSPECTION 10/10/2019 18:06 PROPERTY FOLJND 10/11/2019 09:03 ANIMAL FOUND 10/11/2019 11:44 HARASSMENT 10/11/2019 11:48 ANIMAL LOST 10/11/2019 12:20 911 HANG UP/MISDIAL 10/11/2019 14:01 PROPERTY FOUND 10/11/2019 17:33 CIVIL MATTER 10/11/2019 19:08 ALARM BUSINESS 10/11/2019 20:23 SHOOTING COMPLAINT 10/11/2019 20:56 INTOXICATED DRIVER •Page 3 COiJNCIL PACKET Page 143 of 260 November 7,2019 10/11/2019 21:38 911 HANG UP/MISDIAL 10/11/2019 23:01 911 HANG UP/MISDIAL 10/12/2019 00:45 911 HANG UP/MISDIAL 10/12/2019 07:38 ANIMAL 10/12/2019 09:02 AL�1RM RESIDENCE 10/12/2019 09:51 REQUEST ASSISTANCE 10/12/2019 12:31 REQLTEST ASSISTANCE 10/12/2019 13:53 FLTNERAL ESCORT 10/12/2019 15:36 911 HANG UP/MISDIAL 10/12/2019 20:14 911 HANG UP/MISDIAL 10/13/2019 10:09 911 HANG UP/MISDIAL 10/13/2019 11:07 911 HANG UP/MISDIAL 10/13/2019 12:44 PROPERTY FOLTND 10/14/2019 00:17 DISORDERLY CONDUCT 10/14/2019 08:44 INFORMATION 10/14/2019 11:02 AGENCY ASSIST 10/14/2019 14:23 PROPERTY LOST 10/14/2019 14:55 WELFARE CHECK . 10/14/2019 15:19 . ANIMAL LOST � 10/14/2019 17:39 INTOXICATED�DRIVER � 10/�14/2019 18:20 ACCIDENT H& R 10/14/2019 18:55 WELFARE CHECK 10/14/2019• 22:26 . ANIMAL FOLTND 10/15/2019 08:57 PROPERTY LOST 10/15/2019 10:34 VIN INSPECTION 10/15/2019 12:33 911 HANG UP/MISDIAL 10/15/2019 13:5 6 INF ORMATI ON 10/15/2019 14:35 NARCOTICS VIOLATION 10/15/2019 15:13 911 HANG UP/MISDIAL 10/15/2019 17:53 SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE 10/15/2019 19:09 ANIMAL 10/16/2019 11:06 PARKING COMPLAINT 10/16/2019 11:20 911 HANG UP/MISDIAL 10/16/2019 13:21 PROPERTY LOST 10/16/2019 14:17 FIRE BRUSH 10/16/2019 19:58 ANIMAL 10/17/2019 04:17 HAZARD 10/17/2019 07:49 TRESPASS 10/17/2019 08:24 ALARM BUSINESS 10/17/2019 13:14 ACCIDENT PD 10/17/2019 16:11 SEX OFFENSE 10/17/2019 16:56 911 HANG UP/MISDIAL 10/17/2019 19:20 911 HANG UP/MISDIAL 10/17/2019 23:16 WANTED SUBJECT 10/18/2019 02:39 LTNDERAGE CONSLTMPTION 10/18/2019 10:54 SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE •Page 4 COUNCIL PACKET Page 144 of 260 November 7,2019 e m o City of McCall To: City Council From: Kurt Wolf,Parks and Recreation Director CC: Anette Spickard, City Manager Date: 10/30/2019 Re: Monthly Deparhnent Report—October 2019 _ 1. Fall&Winter Rec Pro�ram Updates&Re�istrations: Fall Programs include: ' • No School Fun Days ��,f�-�(� o October 4 - Mountain Roots Orchard & Mundo Hot Springs: This program filled up � , quickly and was a huge success. Kids loved the apple orchard experience(picking,slicing, �� `S, squishing and drinking fresh pressed apple cider)art project(painting wood apple cookies) �� ���') and feeding the ducks. Zim's Hot Springs was closed, so the Recreation Supervisor Tara ' � S� Woods checked with all parents before moving the hot springs experience to Mundo Hot Spri�:Kids loved visitin a new s ring and had a great time. �^ ' ` � o Upcoming=dates are November 8 (FULL), Decem er 30, and January 2 at the Cascade � Recreation Center pool&The Roxy ' • Tots and Ty es-2 sessions(January and March) • Youth Basketball(November 4-December 14)-FULL-Team practices began the week of October 21; with 4 McCall teams and 4 Donnelly teams. Instead of offering a team for each grade, the Recreation Supervisor combined grades 3 &4 and 5 & 6 for both McCall and Donnelly.Hosting a Donnelly team helped kids who live in Donnelly and in-between, as well as provide longer practice times in the gyms.Feedback from parents about the change to an earlier�ame season and � team_changes has bee 7erall positive. Games start November 2 and will last until December 14. • Adult Indoor Soccer(TBD)-season from mid-January to mid-March � Youth Volleyball(March 31-Apri123) , 2. Special Events: Movie Ni�ht: The Book of Life partnered with Library, Oct. 25�' 6:30-8:30pm. Park & Rec Admin �`"..� Stefanie Bork and Program Librarian Casey Bruck organized and promoted a movie night at the Library � in hopes of continuing Movie Nights year-round. Twenty kids and adults showed for the viewin�a.nd , en�oyed light refreshments of goldfish and animal crackers.The Library and Parks&Rec are considering hosting another movie night in December. Monthly Department Report—Parks&Recreation COUNCIL PACKET Page 138 of 260 November 7,2019 � � Id over� ber 2 � 1 �9 Pro ra �n s � . Phone: 208-634-5522 Website: www.mccall.lili.org Hours: Monday-Friday 10-6pm; Saturday yo-2pm; Suiaday closed McCall Public Library Lilirar� will b.e ,CLOSED N.oveyn�ber irth, 2`8th and z9th Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat SPECtAi.EVEIVTS: 28 29 30 31 I 2 Travelogue Series:PiIgrimage to Assisi 10�30 3U prin�ng appomiment 3:30-5:0�Tech Tues- 1�:3�-II:O�5tory$top 10:30-11:30 3tory Time 3:3�-4:30 aker Sehaal Wednesda,y,November 6th G:3o 4:OU-5:�Opm E3L day Friday:STEId Buddies 114cCaIl's Jodie Lea spenttwo weeks inAssisi,Italythis June on a plgrimage to visit the city and the sacred sites of Saint Francis of 4 5 6 7 g g �S'�'. 1�:30 3U prvnting appointment 3:30-5:OU Te�h Tuas- 1�:30-11:00 3tor $ta 10:3�-11:30 5tar7 Time 3:30-4:3D After 5chool Y P International Games Week 4:0�-5:00 mESL da 12:�03Dprintingappomtment Frida GetArts p Y 6:30-Travelague: Y� Y JoinMeCaIlLibraryandthousandsofotherlibrariesacrossthe E00-IGW Magrc•the 6:��-9:00—��W world:as we celebrate International Games 41'eel:. �$alheriaggame.night PIIgPlmage to AS5151 DSD Night Magic the Gathering Game Night Monday,November 4th at 6:oopm �� . �2 �3 �4 15 �s Come in andlearnhotirto play this exciting and timeless strate- gy card gume.If you are e�r-perienced,join us for a pauper draft and LIBRARY CLOSED 3:30-5:00 Teeh tues- IU:30-II:�O StoryStop 10:30-11:30 3tnry Time 3:30-.4:3D ARer Sehaol Button play in a small tournamegt.Playlive willbe here��•ith free beginner day' 6•3U=7•3�-Family 12:003Dprinfingappnintrnant Friday:LetsLego �'aY decksandfunprizes! Reading Nlgflt Dungeons andDragons attheI,ibrary Friday,Novemlier 8th from 6:00-9:oopm VVe had a lot of fun and laughs last month,so lets do it again!Ages �8 �9 2� 2� ZZ 23 i2 and up,for new and e��perienced players alike: 10:30 3U printing appomtment 3;30-5:U�Tech iues- I0:30-I1:00$to►'yStop 10:3�-11:30$tary Time 3:30-4:3D ARer 3ehaal Register atthe library today! 4:00-5:OOpmESL day '];�Q m—ThePu6lis 12:003UprfnGngappomtment Friday:�dakerspaee 6:30=8:30.Doing p FamilyReadingNight Film 5ereening(a� we��aay,November�.3,th'6:go—�:gopm �BIt10CPeCy 9anyans MeCall golf eourse Come in for an evening Storytime!Children's book author Jplene clu6house) Morgan wiIl be reading one of her books. Niiss Melody«ill also be here for singing,stories and orafts. Free books for all who attend! 25 26 27 28 29 30 4:U�-5:�Opm ESL 1�:3�-II:O�StoryStop LIBRARY.CLOSEO L16ftAf{Y CL�SED. Doing Democracy Tuesday,November iqth 6:go-8:gopm ONGOIN,G PROGRAMS: - We invite you in to practice the art of democracy and join our ESL and After-School'hrtorin NIonda dialogues on topics that��ere chosen bythe.community. g� ys-3:30-5:oopm(tutoring) 4:00-5:00(ESL)-dedicatedtime for ESL and homework help_ FPee:Film Screening of flie The PubIic Tech T�esday�T�esdays—3.3opm-5:oopm—Introduction to 3D printing,and play Boazd games�+�ith us Wednesda November 2oth at oo m while you Hait for your print! Ages�and up. • 3'' 7' p gD Priniing Appointinent�Mondays and Thursdays.Sign up for 3D printing time. Join us at Banyans on the Green(MeCaIl Golf Course Clubhouse Story Stop�Wednesdays io:3o—11:0o am A streamlined library story time�vith rhymes&games for children Restaurant)for a free screening of the PG13 Hollyc+ood blockbuster ages o-3(���ith adult). librazy movie The Pubiic. Donations from this evening event will Children's Story Time�Thursdays 10:30-i1:3o Ages 3-5(krith adult).Preschool stories,art,and social time. benefit three local non-profit organizations: Heartland Hunger, � Af�er-School Fridays�3�30�-4�3opm— Every Friday we���ill ha4e a special school-aged ldds program. First Shepherd's Home,and Cram the Van. Friday-STEM Buddies, Second Friday-Get Artsy, Third Friday-Let's Lego, Fourth Friday-Makerspace. November 7,2019 Upcomin�Meetin�s Schedule � November 21, 2019 - 5:30 pm,McCall-Donnellv HiQ/z School Annex East Roo`n—Regular Council Meeting � 1. Work Session:Public Event Center&Boathouse Feasibility Study (Michelle/Kurt) 2. Treasurers Monthly Report (Linda) Consent 3. Historic Preservation Commission Annual Report(Delta) 4. Resolution to Rat�the Election Resz�lts (Bessie.Io) S. RAPID Updated Timeline (Chris) 6. CA-19-01 Local Housing and Short-Term Rentals Code Update Ordinance— (Morgan)PUBLIC HEARING 7. � ;�l'�f� , �.,<; �.z `� a �' o) 8. Library Board Appointment(Me� 9. Public Art Advisory Committee Appointment(Delta) 10. Request to Submit Idaho Commission on the Arts QuickFzcnds Grant Application (Delta) I1. Request to Submit Certified Local Government GrantApplication (Delta) November 22, 2019—9:00 am -11:00 Legion Hall—S�zcial Work Ses;s�io� �y�r ��'.�"� � 1. Library design team Presentation (Me� `-t' ! �l �� l December 5, 2019 - 5:30 pm, Legion Hall—Regular Council Meeting � 1. Chamber Report/Monthly Department Reports/Committee Minutes `�_�y�� 2. Approval of 3%Local Option Tax Funding Contracts (BessieJo) '�` � 3. City Manager Evaluation Process /,} �V�G�� 4. PUD-15-01 McCall RV Resort Phase 2 Final Plan (Morgan)? �� (�� �C f �Y e� December 19, 2019 - 5:30 pm, B � —Regular Council Meeting � � `.�� � 1. Work Session: � o �C W' -+ya ��' Y 2. Treasurers Monthly Report (Linda) Consent � L(Z(� ��,.�� `5 3. Environmental Advisory Committee Annual Report j�� C� (� �� - December 20, 2019—9:00 am -11:00 Legion Hall— �p�cial Wor,k Se-.ssi,o;r� 1. Parks and Recreation and Public Works Facilities planning discussion—both need a new home what is the possibility they both move—Public Works Facility Study January 9, 2020 - 5:30 pm, Legion Hall—Regular Council Meeting 1. Chamber Report/Monthly Department Reports/Committee Minutes 2. Oaths of Office -Installation of newly elected City Council Members and the Election of Mayor and Council President(BessieJo) 3. Winter Carnival 2020 Event Summary and Request for Approval of the Fireworks Display (BessieJo) 4. Resolution Designating the newly appointed Mayor and Council President as Signatories on the City ofMcCall's BankAccounts (Linda &BessieJo) 5. Assignment of Council Liaison Duties 2020 (BessieJo) 6. Resolution to authorize Treasurer to pay benefrts outside regular meeting dates (Linda) 7. Resolution to Adopt McCall City Council Meeting Schedule for 2020 8. Executive Session for City Manager Evaluation 1 January 23, 2020 - 5:30 pm,Legion Hall—Regular Council Meeting 1. Work Session: 2. Treasurers Monthly Report(Linda) Consent 3. Treasurer's Quarterly Report as Required by IC SO-208 (Linda) Consent 4. AirportAdvisory Committee Annual Report January 7t'll or 24` , 2020—9:00 am - 3:00 pm TBD—�S;pc.cial Woil Sess+iox� Retreat? 1. Annual Department Reports To be Scheduled: 1. MCC Title 6 Re-write (Nathan Stewart) 2. Public Hearing—Public Works Fee Schedule Changes .3. Records Retention Policy z�pdate (BessieJo) 4. Investment Policy update (Linda) 5. Continuous Billing Code Amendment First Touch (Linda) 6. Library Bond(Me� 7. P UBLIC HEARING: 2018 All Hazard Mitigation Plan Goals and Strategies (Anette/Jz�stin) 8. Big Payette Water Quality Board Presentation on the qaraliry of the Payette Lake 9. Little Leagzce of Central Idaho MO U(Tara) 10. Update to all Federal Title VI Resolution Policies (BessieJo) . 11. HousingAdvisory Committee Creation � 12. Credit Card Fees Discussion (Chris& Linda) l3. PD Hiring Challenges (Justin) a . 2 McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGEIeTDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-236 Meeting Date loTovember 7, 2019 AGElVDA ITEM INFORMATION ,�UBJECT.' Originator Department Approvals Initials or Su orter Request to Approve the Gem Ai� Commercial Ma or/Council Lease of Portions of Hangar 1 DI ci Mana er �� Clerk Treasurer Communi Develo ment Police De artment Public Works Golf Course COST IMPACT: Income 10,252.80 Annual Parks and Recreation FUNDING Ai ort i ..6: � Ori inator SOURCE: Library ' TIMELINE: January 2020 Information S stems Grant Coordinator SUMMARYSTATEMENT: Gem Air, Inc., an organization providing air-taxi services at McCall Municipal Airport,h * a -� 1. The lease will be in effect from January 1, 2020 until December 3l, 2022. The lease rate was set at$ � r�� � - « , b � _ � '� c��"� Gem��l . . �- f�al����� ��$4�a�m�e�.f���.. COI'�1�Q3dztaFs���_ - ��f�RPl�f " �". -C -�, _ �- �pe..r �h,��- � 1 Lt�e c_ l�--f-e ��,J. Gem Air will also three (3) parking spaces on the North-side of Hangar#101 and nine (9) spaces north of Hangar 100 at a cost of � nth. 12 spaces x $25 =-,�.4:�9:0's�tl�,y. y���t _� T A��.,�x,iu�^P^P�,,,�.��*P rP���:;P„�f.��Q.�,d an���x�,g�n*.h, or$7,689.60 in FY 20, $10,252.80 in FY 21, and $2,563.20 in FY 22. A CPI adjustment requirement was not included due to:�1)the short term of the lease, and 2) staff time and cost spent on notifying, recordkeeping and billing the;CPI adjustment will probably be greater than the amounts received. Attachment: Proposed Gem Air lease RECOMMENDED ACTION.• Approve the lease between Gem Air, Inc. and the City of McCall and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. RECOItD OF COUNCIL ACTION' � MEETING DATE ACTION COLJNCIL PACKET Page 237 of 260 November 7,2019 Recording Requested by and When Recorded Return to: . City Clerk - City of McCall 216 East Park Street McCall, Idaho 83638 For Recording Purposes Do Not Write Above This Line GEM AII2,I.LC McCall MUlVICIPAL AIRPOR'T COMMERCIAL LEASE THIS AGREEMENT is made and entered into this January 1, 2020 by and between THE CITY OF McCALL, IDAHO, a municipal corporation, hereinafter referred to as the "Lessor," and GEM AIR, LLC, an Idaho limited liability company, hereinafter referred to as the "Lessee." WITNESSETH: 3 .. ., . . � � - 9+�b. .. .... . . , .�, . . . '. , . � That the Lessor,'for and in consi�ieration of the rents, covenants and agreements hereinafter , _ .. - mentioned on the part and behalf of the said Lessee to be paid, kept and�performed, does by` these presents grant, demise and lease unto the said Lessee, and the said Lessee does by these � � �presents hire; rent and take from the said Lessor, that certain business premises and common area located in Hangar#101 at the McCall Municipal Airport,to wit: Please see E�ibit"A" attached hereto. TO HAVE AND TO HOLD said premises, together with the appurtenances, privileges, rights and easements thereto belonging, unto the said Lessee for the term of 3 (three) years, said term to commence on January 1, 2020 and terminate on December 31, 2022, for the_rental and upon the terms and conditions as follows: RENTAL: Lessee covenants and agrees to pay monthly rent for said premises in the sum of $854.40 per month,payable on the 15th day of each month�for that month commencing January 15, 2020. 1. USE OF P�tEMISES: Lessee covenants and agrees that the leased premises shall be used for Lessee's business purposes and shall not be used for any other purpose or purposes without the pr'ior written consent of Lessor. Page 1 of 11 Gem Air Lease October 10,2019 COLJNCIL PACKET Page 238 of 260 November 7,2019 McCALL CITY COUNCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-239 Meeting Date Nove�nber 7, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Originator Department Approvals Initials or Su orter Request to App�ove Consulting Design Se�vices Ma or/Council Ag�eement for Prepa�ation of an Asset ci Mana er Clerk Management and Enlzancement Master Plan for Treasurer the Golf Course Communi Develo ment Police De artment �...--•-�. Public Works � Golf Course ESM Ori inator COST IMPACT: $16,500. Parks and Recreation FUNDING , 0 FY20 operating budget Ai ort SOURCE: $10,000 McCall Men's Association Library TIMELINE: ASAP Information S stems Grant Coordinator SUMMAIlY�TATEMENT: One of the responsibilities of the Gol s o • ' 1 ' s plan. Previous plans have been prepared in-house by staff with input from the GAC. As�bl� ad ' b • , r� e e. For example, this year there were nuir��r_,,�...,.,::� :_� .'-�,�*,,,����„'°i�-����-�d�u LC s and wha���le�'"Pi�- • . In order to ensure that any major physical changes to the layout or nature of the golf course is done correctly and will not cause unintended impacts to playing conditions or maintenance costs,-* aa� ; t� c i � � plan/master plan that�.La,d,�l��h��gn�—���g�sc�1�rrr�� �;� � se. The Men's Association was planning to participate in the cost of reconstruction of#6 Aspen green this fall, and because the contractor was not able fit the pro ect in this year(FY19),the ' i to � - l,�- �,,� �` � `� The Golf Course Superintendent contacted two golf course architects for proposals, one from Montana and the other from Meridian. Steiner Thuesen's preliminary proposal was between $27,000 and $34,000 depending on the number of times required to travel to McCall. T��id D�l��of���rid=i�a�n,�st�h,�ari:*�d a �n��ca_ 1 f�r �16 50 nd h�s�l���ra�.el -�rex,�ie�a..�e. The Golf Course Advisory Committee has reviewed the proposals and u . ' �. y�ta��c��ed�t]��ri,r�i�m���Ha���i,■rTr7,�r � �---n Y,-�Y�r� �n �n „�, �� aP, ent . � -a= o� se. The Cit Attorne has reviewed the a reement. I�ECOMMENDED ACTION:Approve Consulting Design Services Agreement with David Druzisky for Preparation of an Asset Management and Enhancement Master Plan for the Golf Course and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION Nf��TING DATE ACTION COUNCIL PACKET Page 199 of 260 November 7,2019 1 McCall Golf Club , A z7 Hole Public Facility City of McCall, Idaho � Golf Course Asset Management and Enhancement Master Plan Q � �� , s� , . - �..... .. . . .�...,.., -._ Qualifications and Approach ��.. . . ., . . September i6, zoi9 � -- � A S ' . -' AVID B..DRUz1S� _. �� ���. .�, ,._ �, �."'.� �a ,-. ;? � ..Fr ��' .�'.�i 4"e �C[� ` �' — E � �y�i:t 6Oyf CCUFSE AP�ti17��y���.� . . ' . ... . _-- � ., Druzisky Golf Design zzoi W. Forest Grove Ct. Eagle, ID 836i6 (6oz) 6i6-zso5 david(c�drugolf.com COLTNCII,PACKET Page 200 of 260 November 7,2019 HORROCK5 -u�u- E N c, i �v r r-_ R s 3.5 Pavement Condition Assessment Horrocks is currendy under contract with the City of McCall for Pavement Inventory Data Collection. Pavement condition data has been collected on Deinhard and Boydstun for the last two years, with a 3� assessment scheduled for this June. Horrocks will use this information along with information gathered from ITD on 3� and Lake Streets to characterize the pavement conditions for each route. Based on changes to functional classification and traffic volumes,improvement recommendations will be made for each route and costs added to the overall estimate of improvements. Assumptions � Assessment will be made completely from e�sting available data. Hoxrocks will not collect any additional pavement condition information under this contract. 3.6 Intersection Assessment The City of McCall,ITD and Midas Gold have prepared a number of inteYsection concepts and cost estimates to address future improvements at the intersections of 3`d St and Deinhard Ln and Boydstun St and Lake St. Horxocks will coordinate with the City of McCall and ITD to determine the preferred intersection alternatives at each location and incorporate the costs developed by others into the overall cost estimates for the corridor exchange. Additional intersection concepts design by Horrocks will be negotiated under a supplemental agreement to this contract. 3.7 Miscellaneous Assessment In addition to evaluating ADA, Drainage, Utilities, Geometrics, Pavement and InteYsections, the following roadway elements will also be evaluated and include in the overall estimate of improvement costs as appropriate: r�� � • Signing and Pavement Marking �/� r `� i _ ��f • Guardxail � �� (_ �`� � ' /l • Capacity improvements `IL� ��E� ��pt� • Access P i trol _ � � (/1 /y � � ` c�r � � �. Task . Conflict Identification Using the topograpl-uc n3`R���G`--sa�"— prepared in Task 2, Horrocks will overlay the proposed improvement,�iclPn�ifierl in Tasi�3� ' Pntif�7 anv con^ri�*�-�:'�'��- :F�=` hip. Each ^ � � � ��.����;.;� �Ps-�=ri�Pa :;����=T-'t�;^ +1�e r' �����- � a �'Q^ort. If adjustrnents cannot be made to avoid the conflict, the cost to remove the conflict or purchase ROW will be estimated and added to the overall improvement estimate foY each corridor. Where possible,easements will be investigated as an option to ROW acquisition. Potential modifications to the Deinhard Ln geometry on the north side of the McCall airport will also be evaluated to identify any Pn �a�� �.�t�t� the.l�cal_navi�able airsbace SH 55 d�'Deinharrl Ln Corridar Exchange 9 COLTNCIL PACKET Page 195 of 260 November 7,2019 HORROCKS �tuu� E N r 1 N � � R S Meetings • (1) meeting by phone will be held with ITD and the City of McCall as a checkpoint to review conflicts and only cost those that are of interest to both agencies. Task 5. Corridor Study Report 5.1 Assemble Corridor Study Report Horrocks will assemble the CorridoY Study Report along with all data gathered in Tasks 2-4 consisting, at a minimum, of the following sections for each corridor: � Facility inventory • Conflict identification � Cost Estimates discussing the improvements required to bring the facility up to adopting agency's standaYds. • Appendis A—Traffic Volumes� • Appendix B—BYidge Structure Inventory and AppYaisal Update � Append� C—Safety Evaluation and Accident History � Appendix D -E�sting and Proposed Typical Section(s) • Appendi_Y E—Detailed Cost Estimates 5.2 Implementation Meeting Following submittal and review of the Corridor Study Report,HorYocks wi]1 oxganize a meeting with the City of McCall and ITD to develop an implementation plan to take the Project fYom Report through the transaction between the City and ITD ending in completed construction of all impxovements. �� SH 55�Deinhard Ln Corridor Excl�ange 10 COiJNCII,PACKET Page 196 of 260 November 7,2019 �- �-i � Or ` �(�,�� �d'" � v�"Y l�v �� McCALL CITY COUNCIL � � 5 � 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL U � McCall, Idaho 83638 � �� Number AB 18-243 ,Q �.�,; Meeting Date November 7, 2019 �U AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECa': Originator Department Approvals Initials or Su orter � Request to App�ove Resolution 19-20 Autlzorizing Ma or/Council the Execution of a Cooperative Agreement witlz c� Mana er ' Clerk ITD —SHSS and Deinhaf,�IBoydstun Corridor Treasurer Exchange Feasibility�tudy Communi Develo ment Police De artment Public Works At�f Originator Golf Course COST IMPACT: $84,223 Parks and Recreation FUNDING Idaho Department of Transportation: $50,000 Ai ort SOURCE: Streets Fund: $34,223 Library TIMELINE: ASAP Information S stems Grant Coordinator SUMMARYSTATEMENT: The McCall Comprehensive Master Plan and Transportation Master Plan have both identified the City's d _ � - - - ------ — _ — — ---- - — -- - e '� . � � " ass."Beginning in late 2018,the Public Works Director and Engineering Manager for ITD District 3 have been identifying necessary procedures and work tasks that would facilitate progress on this goal. It���.nrrd�t�l�n�l� . . . ., � , � � - ��,�a c ���t �m�r���rf�r��i�zafst-€�n�d��._ , , �, � ; � �� i�a �n , . . ;� sdr , . , �i:�a ai ri or - �. ge. A bus tour was conducted on 9/11/19 with the ITD Board and McCall City Council to introduce these issues to both agency representatives. I���1� � r1c-� • . . ..Y ` a.r� ���1����3�c,1-,��t�t�..�= �� - '�,a�--- -o =-�to r���e�bi. ,, - ��t,h��� ���'�t,izd�m�f■r,r���arY 3�� (ROW acquisition) , ' '. � '. � e. T�,�-�-��z�����t�C�i�,.,��r,, � �,�i���,le�-.��asC o- .�e�t�.�gr��� , � the �,�1�t.;r�����f� �*�-,i�r fea�ib.i��+�� �t��y. Both agencies have settled on an acceptable scope of work(also � attached) for Horrocks Engineers to complete this study. The cost sharing is proportioned based on the extent of work necessary to document each ROW, respectively. The Cooperative Agreement is under final review by both agencies' legal counsel. Should minor revisions be made, staff will present the final version of the agreement to the City Council at the meeting. RECOMMENDED ACTION.• Approve Resolution 19-20 authorizing the execution of the Cooperative Agreement SH-55 and DeinhardBoydstun Corridor Exchange Feasibility Study. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION COiJNCII,PACKET Page 181 of 260 November 7,2019 _ p City of McCall RESOLUTION NO. 19-20 WIIEREAS, the Idaho Transportation Department, hereafter called the STATE, has submitted . an Agreement stating obligations of the STATE and the CITY OF MCCALL, hereafter called the CITY, for participating in a corridor feasibility study to identify and quantify the cost of improving SH55 and Dienhard Ln corridors to meet the standards of the agency taking responsibility for the route in an exchange; and WHEREAS, the STATE is responsible for obtaining compliance with laws, standards and procedural policies in the de.velopment, construction and maintenance of improvements made to ' the Federal-aid Highway System when there is federal participation in the costs; and WHEREAS, certain functions to be performed by the STATE involve the expenditure of funds as set forth in the Agreement; and WIIEREAS, The STATE can only pay for work associated with the State Highway system; and WIIEREAS,the CITY is fully responsible for its share of project costs; and NOW,THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED: 1. That the Agreement for participating in a corridor feasibility study is hereby approved. �... , . . 2. That the Mayor and the City Clerk are hereby authorized to execute the Agreement on - ,� * behalf of the CITY. 3. That duly certi�'ied copies of the Resolution shall be furnished to the Idaho Transportation Department. _ _ � Passed and approved by the City Council and Mayor this day of , � ' 2019. '� ' Jackie J.�Aymon,Mayor � ATTEST: CERTIFICATION I hereby certify that the above is a true copy of a Resolution passed at a regular, duly called special (X-out non-applicable term) meeting of the City Council, City of McCall, held on � (Seal) � BessieJo Wagner, City Clerk COiJNCIL PACKET � Page 182 of 260 November 7,2019 McCALL CITY COUl�TCIL 216 East Park Street AGENDA BILL McCall, Idaho 83638 Number AB 19-235 Meeting Date November 7, 2019 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Originator Department Approvals Initials or Su orter Creation of a Housing Advisory Committee— Nta or/Council Discussion and Di�ection Ci Mana er ? Clerk Treasurer Communi Develo ment Ori inator Police De artment - Public Works Golf Course COST IMPACT: n/a Parks and Recreation FUNDING n/a Ai ort SOURCE: Library TIMELINE: ASAP Information S stems Grant Coordinator SUMMARYSTATEMENT: Council member Nielsen met with the City Manager and CED Director to discuss the creation of a Housing Advisory Committee (HAC). This could be an advisory committee to the McCall City Council. The ideal HAC would consist of broad representation including but not limited to representatives of the following housing related industries: rea , e�ap�le�r-/�-tra�ber of commerce, att�a.�,y, de�er, ��ction, fim�r -t�ir�and a s���i�i�n. `� ,�e� ��- /�9��fG�i f a�+l��� �:— � �1 � . T�r�r�a„�P rP�p ¢� �'�fn�x��,;;ai��,r,ec�rm,,�,�rrr��rimr�us�c,�r�h�,�t��► n>>:m�c� � �I��ing - y an�g�rr�i�np-l��ntation. This may include identifying fi��,g„s�urces, dev��:�centive p�r�s, id�hi�yii�ag�c�i���zents, revi��-� �,•fo,r■P�asals, and �t-i�a.�a�a�Yl��r•tk�t-��' for �e:c�al�,u„�g solutions. � ,� � ��S `� � .�ah �� RECOMMENDED ACTION.• ' Discuss this concept of creating a Housing Advisory Committee and provide direction to staff. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION �(�� Oh � ���� � r----�`--._._- COLTNCIL PACKET Page 179 of 260 November 7,2019 LEGEfVD: ^�'�+,,,� ,.,,,�o+�.,+� new code text Table 3.8.21: Density Bonus Calculation Incentive Densitv Bonus Additional dwellin�units 1 additional unit for each local housin�unit Additional buildin�lots 1 additional buildin�lot for each lot deed restricted for local housin� Additional hei�ht in commercial zones1 1 additional story for 25%of the floor area of the development devoted to local housin� units. Reduction in minimum lot size to the standards 50% of the additional lots created bv the bonus allowed bv the next hi�her densitv residential zonin� shall be dedicated to local housin�. cate�orv. 1 Not applicable where hei�ht is restricted for health and safetv purposes, as for aircraft navi�ation.See special provisions within the scenic route overlay,Section 3.7.032. 3.��2"s'�SsONAL DW .yC�.NG-- =z� Seasonal Dwellin�Units:�„�asD.naa�tl�w;e;}�[pn-i�t�f;or���.e.k�, - ,,,��Oa�7. . . ; : �: ��� , itt���r��s vui.t�iin.�he_M.c_CaII,Ar,ea�,incl�,da��the�ci��l��,i��a�.d■l�II;cG•al�l�l��rpa��/�r�r�erpermf�t.t�e.dgs.�,biect�t=o�sec�tion 3.13.01 ADMINISTRATIVE REVIEW and under the followin�conditions: (A)Approval of an application throu�h the Administrative Review shall be based on the c�,ita�;�c��a��tv of the site for the addition of seasonal dwellins unit(s) and the��:I���ct�st�suadr=otn�uia�n�ro�p-arties ' considerin�the followin�factors: nu��r�r<ouo��d units,s�t.=bac{c3�of�t e un1�'it�s�€o� r-op rty lines,a��s�a�d,par�tr;i�visi�iii�,tv to the public ri�ht of way and surroundin� properties and ability to � maintain healthv and safe livin�conditions. (B)An affidavit si�ned bv the propertv owner and the employer filed with the citv prior to occupancv of t h e s�:r��li�in�i t �-a�rn �f�t� �a;���i�t�ri�f�f�jt�s�d�f�x�a:e���i��e�s��of� se-�-sc�n�i��raa�t�ees;sti� „ �� �tldYl��c-H;�ied�ar:�d dt�l.�rrz�t-hart�t,is�►�,-,�rT, � Eq ��op �i a��d,b.�the e�p�er• (C)An inspection bv the citv verifvin�that the seasonal dwellin�unit adheres to all health and safetv standards and setbacks and hei�ht standards of the zonin�district within which it is located. D S � - - -- --�------------- —;�t�bLt� :_ ; 1�n.dz0.ctoher_31. � (�l�f��+--cl� �-�6C,-�r � �.R--r..� _...- ��-,t�--�c�" 3.10 PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT ' . s���y��;�t^ � 3.10.]:OPURPOSE: `. ,,,�/�'�/J��'��J (E) Promote local housin�and a varietV of housin�types in qualitv development. 3.10.024: DENSITY BOfVUS , , ���a g � �_ ._________________ � _ �� _�_ �� COLTNCII,PACKET Page 175 of 260 November 7,2019 LEGEIVD: neio+ea ,.,,,�o+e.,+� new code text �C� o o. ,�„�,.,,,.�,.,;+�;.,+►,;�+;+�,,. In compliance with section 3.08.21 Local Housin�Densitv Bonus Pro�ram. � �� n�a. urn�Tni !1C A�'�'CCC/1QV Il\R/C1171�1!_ 111111TC. ..I.,F.. ...,1..�. :.-+.-.,+�...,., .,,7+.. ..++..� �+t.,., 2 �a n� ..F+l.���l,-,.,+.,. ' . . � � � , �' . ' . � . . . . . .� � � . . ...J. .,i.J c�...4, -. -.�+;....+-,1,.,...� .,.�I.,�+L.i��.,�+7.,.....711 L..,.a.,�:.a�,.J 1�..+4,.,-..a...�..��+.-,+.,. • i i � � �. i • i � .+4:.: � .,I-.;:,-...+.a-, -.I-•..r.�li.,.,+.,+M.... ."�...--,F:.�.-,Ii�..�I.,..�,.,..+ _ . � . Ir1 r.�+„r:-. [.,.-nn-,:.,+-.�..;r.. n��„��,:.-.,n..,..ila...,i i..;+... � . . . � . � � ��Fv • i i � � 3.13.037 A ; �nrru UESTS (A) The�conditional use permit#orthe short-term rental w'ith occupancv � � complv with the�eneral standards and findin�s for approval of a conditional use permit as set forth �� in 3.13.03.B and the standards for all short-term rentals set forth in 03.13:10. 6�yl (B) The use ofthe dwellin�unit as a short-term rental sh 1. Access:The access and in�ress to tfie site shall maintain sa ns arid ve�'and sh - t im - - --- --- d. 6 � Page � COUNCIL PACKET Page 176 of 260 November 7,2019 _ LEGEND: �^'�+,,.� ..,,,�o+o.,+. new code text 3.8.11 ACCESSORY USE,BUILDINGS AND STRUCTURES` II II . � . I 1 I � • / �.,..,-,...,�.,�+.,.,,�..,h.,.., .,�,��.,i.-G.,-,I�.,�+.,.,,� �.-., .,.,+-,.,-,il�hl� �},j�An accessory building shall have the same exterior finishing colors and textures as the principal building to which it is accessory, unless some other design or materials are approved by the .,,�„r+�„ � ,.,,,�,,.,,��,,,.., ..�+:+;,,,,.,� , �Administrator; provided,that if the building roof does not comply with fire mitigation standards, materials which do meet those standards may be substituted. , , : , , � (B)T .����a-i.►�t . �n . C .. r..�aq �a,cc�-sso�Vr�#�'�t.�txa�i�� � . � ��'�u.a��-n.o�-,�!i�ai�ta�ca�ra�ize. t c,� � � . �,�,a•.� 1'►..GG-.� ! P=-v�2-C-5-�l S G4� ( �;-��.,• �;�2-� � wy,����� 3.8.111:ACCESSORY DWELLING UNITS Accessory Dwellin�Units:Accessory dwellin�units are permitted subiect to the provisions of Chapter 16 DESIGN REVIEW of this Title and the followin�conditions: (A) Number: One accessory dwellin�unit is permitted as subordinate to any existin�principal dwellin� � unit or on property where there is a development permit to establish a principal dwellin�unit, �except as allowed throu�h the LOCAL HOUSING DENSITY BONUS PROGRAM set forth in Section 3.8.21. . (B) Location:An accessory dwellin�unit shall be separate from, a part of,or added to the principal dwellin�unit. (C) DensitV:���se.t��ku�'�-s*s� �n, ,�.�„-^^,, _ .�,d;eter.cn�ti��d:�:�r,el•.• ,�ent ��y. (D) Basic Requirements for Habitation:An accessory structure shall provide basic requirements for livin�, sleepin�, eatin�, cookin�and sanitation. (E) Health and Safetv Code Requirements:An accessory dwellin�unit shall meet the requirements of citv code Title 2 BUILDING REGULATIONS and meet all�overnmental standards for water and sewa�e systems. (F) Size:The square foota�e of the accessory dwellin�shall - �trar�€set,�ral�.s�t�ic�u�i.t-faas �e,eti.d.edi.cat�d a. �.. --onsm�unit. c (G) Parkin�: No additional parkin�is required. 3 � P a g e — — ------------ COLTNCII,PACKET Page 173 of 260 November 7,2019 LEGEND: n„�„+,,,� ,.,,a„+,,.,+� new code text --- -..-- - —-•-- (H) Accessory dwellin�units that qualifv as Loca o 't� - o:nt�ly � ser ' iect to avai ab e�'u�ding. ,�a�-�(„ ��.�,.��,5�1 � (�;�t V�� � (I) Rental Requirements: ����� �.. � V'� } � 'Z D .��g 1. Accessory dwellin�units mav be used for lease or rental purposes bv obtainins a business license for rental pursuant to Title 4 BUSINESS REGULATIONS of the Municipal Code. 2. In the situation where there is a short-term rental on a property,either the accessory dwelling unit or the principal residence shall be owner occupied or a deed restricted local housins unit. 3.8.21 L LA,�.ILVG_DENSITY BO.I.V.U.S;P�$6G,RAM (A) Purpose:The purpose ofthe Local Housin�Density Bonus Pro�ram is to implement the�oals ofthe 2018 McCall Area Comprehensive Plan: 1. Promote a v�r,i;€�v�af�;�it�u,hi,�n�.t��esrft¢r�cct��rrc�;r;r,tra�tdrfit:ht�r�e.r�e&idents. 2. �;�r��a,leral�ca.��ira�.�tmg�i7�s part of the vision for a diverse and vear-round economv. 3. Sup.p:c�t,r��tl�i:f��t��i�ra�ichressal.ocal�ho.usin�eoppo,rk-u���'t'�es. (B)Applicabilitv:Th�d��lns.it�l=bA,��s,r��a„b:e,a;ppli,e.d.in.anv:.r:esiden;tial�r�o�rciat.dist-r:ic�t� (C) General Provisions: Review and approval of a densitv bonus and tfie�eneral provisions set forth below shall be determined throu�h the required permit process as set forth in section 3.13.01.The applicant must demonstrate that the proposed u�nits/lots complV with the criteria for local housin�as set forth.in Citv Council adopted policies. 1. L�sa�ett�i+��►�'tts�i���ea�fn.��nt�T'la�Fb�e r"ra�x�drv�'�rGlr�aaa�i�r.Ttrt=trr�r�;erJ�o��tt,re;r�r �e�x �.m,�mar, _lze�it�. 2. All development on the property, includin�the portion proposed for local housin�,shall meet all the provisions of section 33.04: RESIDENTIAL ZONE GENERAL DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS. 3. The location of parkin�spaces as set forth in section 3.8.06(D) and the number of parkin�spaces required as set f