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HomeMy Public PortalAboutFY 2023 Council Notes - Colby Nielsen0 City of McCall City Council AGENDA Regular Meeting November 17, 2022 at 5:30 PM Best Western Plus 211 S 3rd Street McCall, ID AND MS TEAMS Virtual 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. Council Meetings are available for in person and virtual attendance. Any member of the public can join and listen only to the meeting at 5:30 pm by calling in as follows: Dial 208-634-8900 when asked for the Conference ID enter: 360 257 181# Or you may watch live by clicking this link: https://youtu.be/GFtM0xP3964 5:30 P.M. OPEN SESSION PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE APPROVE THE AGENDA CONSENT AGENDA All matters which are listed within the consent section of the agenda have been distributed to each member of the McCall City Council for reading and study. Items listed are considered routine by the Council and will be enacted with one motion unless a Council Member specifically requests it to be removed from the Consent Agenda to be considered separately. Staff recommends approval of the following ACTION ITEMS: 1. Payroll Report for Period ending October 28, 2022 (ACTION ITEM) 2. Warrant Register — GL (ACTION ITEM) 3. Warrant Register — Vendor (ACTION ITEM) 4. Accept the Minutes of the following Committees (ACTION ITEM) a. McCall Redevelopment Agency — March 15, 2022 b. Local Option Tax Commission — May 10, 2022 c. Local Option Tax Commission — May 11, 2022 d. Airport Advisory Committee — August 4, 2022 /e7-3 Planning and Zoning Commission — August 20, 2022 --cr, Airport Advisory Committee — September 1, 2022 g. Planning and Zoning Commission — October 4, 2022 h. Airport Advisory Committee — October 6, 2022 5. AB 22-295 City Licenses Report to Council Per McCall Code (ACTION ITEM) 6. AB 22-300 Treasurer's Monthly Report (ACTION ITEM) AB 22-298 Request for Approval of a new Hangar 1000 ground lease for Jim Gerblick and Ryan Miller, Black Tip Aviation LLC (ACTION ITEM) r'\-(` ‘A-51.0-90( REGULAR CITY COUNCIL AGENDA November 17, 2022 Page 1 of 2 0 • 5:35 p.m. GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT — HOW TO SUBMIT GENERAL COMMENTS On the City's website at https://www.mccall.id.us/packets you may leave a public comment or signup to make a comment live online or to call -in prior to 3:00 pm the day of the meeting. Once we receive your request to make public comment online, a link will be sent to you with instructions. The public are welcomed to attend the meeting in person. All comments are limited to 3 minutes. REPORTS 5:40 p.m. AB 22-294 McCall Historic Preservation Commission Annual Report 5:55 p.m. AB 22-296 Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee Annual Accomplishment Report 6:10 p.m. AB 22-297 Tree Committee Annual Accomplishment Report BUSINESS AGENDA 6:25 p.m. AB 22-293 Request for approval to submit a Local Rural Highway Investment Program grant application to support 1st Street reconstruction (ACTION ITEM) 6:30 p.m. AB 22-299 Reallocation of $10,000 FY23 Local Option Tax Funding for 4th of July Fireworks — Discussion and Direction to Staff (ACTION ITEM) -7 -- . NA.�z 6: p.m. Upcoming Me ng Schedule Discussion and Direction (ACTION ITEM) 7:00 p.m. ADJOURN REGULAR CITY COUNCIL AGENDA November 17, 2022 Page 2 of 2 McCALL CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL Number Meeting Date AB 22-294 November 17, 2022 216 East Park Street McCall, Idaho 83638 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: McCall Historic Preservation Commission Annual Report PL 7has�\.k`t l/ Department Approvals Initials Originator or Supporter Mayor / Council City Manager ',; . Clerk Treasurer Community Development Police Department Public Works Golf Course COST IMPACT:: n/a Parks and Recreation FUNDING SOURCE: n/a Airport Library TIMELINE: n/a Information Systems Economic Development ,,; . originator SUMMARY STATEMENT: As enabled by McCall City Code Title III, Chapter 20, the McCall Historic Preservation Commission (HPC) is responsible for conducting a survey of local historic properties and recommending methods necessary to preserve, maintain and restore historic properties. The HPC also conducts education and interpretive programs and reviews nominations of properties to the National Register of Historic Places. John Farmer, McCall HPC Chair, will present the annual report for 2022. RECOMMENDED ACTION: None. Information only. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION we,g,V 0( QTtet_C %-7.P"kk> 3)0 \ v30) t;;JC `11\� v\1 1 McCALL CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL Number Meeting Date AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Parks and Rec. Advisory Committee Annual Accomplishment Report ' \ ( Wit, St1\�\ti' Department Approvals Initials Originator or Supporter Mayor / Council City Manager �.;n;'.c - Clerk Treasurer Community Development Police Department Public Works Golf Course COST IMPACT:: N/A Parks and Recreation 4 -);`c ., Originator FUNDING SOURCE: N/A Airport Library TIMELINE: November 17, 2022 Information Systems Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT: The Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee will present Council with its annual accomplishment report. The Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee is a five member advisory committee established pursuant to Idaho Code 50-210 to advise and make recommendations to the McCall City Council on matters pertaining to the operation, management and design of park and recreation facilities. RECOMMENDED ACTION:: Review and provide feedback and or thoughts RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION AB 22-296 November 17, 2022 216 East Park Street McCall, Idaho 83638 \�C 1Q.`c1Zt�`l McCALL CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL Number Meeting Date AB 22-299 November 17, 2022 216 East Park Street McCall, Idaho 83638 AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION SUBJECT: Reallocation of $10,000 FY23 Local Option Tax Funding for 4th of July Fireworks — Discussion and Direction to Staff Department Approvals Initials Originator or Supporter Mayor / Council City Manager ° r}', T ,,e,/ Originator Treasurer Community Development Police Department Public Works Golf Course COST IMPACT:: $10,000 Parks and Recreation FUNDING SOURCE: LOT Airport Library TIMELINE: Information Systems Grant Coordinator SUMMARY STATEMENT: On April 27, 2022 (LOT) Commission recommended the City Council's budgeting During the Chamber's hosting the 4th of attached). The Chamber from the Chamber's that they will no longer funds that were awarded In the Chamber's approximatel _ the McCall Area Chamber of Commerce (the Chamber) applied to the Local Option Tax for a 4th of July Fireworks Display in the amount of $10,000. The LOT Commission request for funding be approved by the City Council as priority project #21. During the process, they approved the funding as recommended by the LOT Commission. September 8, 2022 board meeting, the Events Committee proposed dissolution of July fireworks (these minutes were in the Council's October 6th meeting packet and are Board voted to approve this proposal. On November 9th staff received an email Executive Director, Julie Whitescarver, with a letter from the Chamber formally stating host the 4th of July Fireworks beginning in 2023(both attached). Therefore, the LOT the Chamber for the fireworks display in 2023 need to be reallocated. F - 3 LOT Application (attached) they state that the total cost of the fireworks display is 6,50 Staff is requesting that the Council consider options for reallocating the $10,000 • ncil like for staff to solicit a new non-profit partner for Lakeside Liberty Fest that LOT funds and sponsor the fireworks? Or would the Council like for staff to come back with ideas for how Parks and Recreation could utilize the funds for Lakeside Liberty Director Kurt Wolf will be present to answer questions if needed. application was scheduled to be funded in July or August 2023 depending on when the OT fun s. Wou would receive the at a future meeting Fest? Parks and Recreation The Fireworks LOT LOT funds are available. RECOMMENDED ACTION:: Discuss and give direction to staff regarding the reallocation of $10,000 LOT fund for 4th of July fireworks display. RECORD OF COUNCIL ACTION MEETING DATE ACTION IA Z !Zce 7e.0 Z City Council Upcoming Meetings Schedule NOTE: Regular Council Meetings are now on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of the month through the end of the year to accommodate for the Holiday Season November 18, 2022 — 9:00 — 11:00 a.m. TEAMS Virtual and Legion Hall — Special Work Session 1. CANCELLED December 1, 2022 - 5:30 pm, TEAMS Virtual and Legion Hall — Regular Meeting 1. Clerk License Report - Consent 2. Chamber Report 3. Monthly Department Reports 4. Committee Minutes — Consent 5. PUBLIC HEARING Continued Request to Approve PUD-22-01, SUB -22-05, DR -22-05 • — Boydstun Place Subdivision Preliminary Plat and Preliminary Planned Unit Development General Plan at TBD Pinedale Street for Urban Design+Build (Brian) lhr 6. Draft Comment Letter re Supplemental Draft EIS (Anette) IOmin 7. Property Use Agreement — Mission St — Riverfront Park (Morgan) 10fnin 8. New Employee Introduction — David DiMartino Golf Pro (Anette) 5min 9. Tentative — Request to Approve Buyout of former Golf Pro (Anette, WFN, David)30 min 10. Hangar 101 Commercial Office Space Lease — Base Camp Aviation (Emily)10min 11. December 15, 2022 - 5:30 pm, TEAMS Virtual and Legion Hall — Regular Meeting 1. Clerk License Report - Consent 2. Treasurer's Monthly Report (Linda) - Consent 3. Resolution to Pay Bills (Linda) 5min 4. Resolution Council 2023 Meeting Calendar (BessieJo) 5min 5. SL Agreement with ITD for Deinhard and Hwy55 (Nathan) 5min 6. STBG Rural grant application? (Delta) 5min 7. SHPO CLG grant application (Delta) 5min 8. Request to approve Artwork Commission Agreements for Library public art project (Delta) 20 min 9. PUBLIC HEARING — PUD-18-01 DA MOD — St. Luke's Development Agreement Modification (Brian) —10 Min 10. PUBLIC HEARING — ZON-22-02 — MDSD Stibnite Parcel Rezone (Brian) — 20 Min 11. The Idaho Headwaters Economic Study Steering Group to present the results of the Stibnite Socio-economic Study - 20 Min 12. 2nd touch Draft Comment Letter re Supplemental Draft EIS (Anette) 10min 13. Taxiway E Reconstruction/AIP Grant # TBD — (Emily) 10 min 14. Easements Deinhard and 55 (Nathan) 10min?? 15. Contract Award for City Watermain project (Nathan) 10 min December 16, 2022 — 9:00 — 11:00 a.m. TEAMS Virtual and Legion Hall — Special Work Session ■