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HomeMy Public PortalAboutCouncil Minutes 1970 Jan-DecJack LassweLL Hike Bishop Donald Johnson Norman Burgess Donald Fitzwater Pacific Cast Iron Steel Nelson PLumbing AssOciation of Idaho Cities Retirement System Valley County Tax Collector Fire Department Fire Department Fire Department Fire Department Fire Department GoLf Course Water~ police, goLfe~ sewer Insurance Re t i remen t 3. O0 3. O0 13.50 13.50 23.50 4871.07 254.46 255.03 535.99 ?2. ?2 Following the reading of the bills~ $chaufetberger moved the bills be approved and ordered pald~ which motion was seconded by Evans and upon vote declared carried unanimously. No.- further business coming before the council~ the meeting was declared recessed until the call of the Chair, A TTEST~ MA YOR CLERK i)ecember 14, 1969 A continuation of the regular meeting of the City Council of the City of McCaLL~ was held on the above date and the following business transacted. Members present were Mayor Boos~ Councilmen $chaufeLberger~ Armstrong~ Evans and Archer. The Mayor stated the meeting was called for the purpose of meeting with the Hospital Board and consideration of the purchase of the Xray and radiol- ogy equipment. Following discussion~ Ar~nstrong moved the Council approve the f~ospital Boards action in acceptance of the bid of General ELectric Company on the Hospital equipment subject to cancelation by the City of McCail~ 30 days prior the shipping dote of March 31~ 1970. The motion was seconded by Archer~ and upon vote declared carried unanimsousLy. No further business coming before the board~ the meeting was declared re- cessed until the call of the Chair. A rT£ST: CLERK January 5~ 1970 A regular meeting of the City Council of the City of Mct'ott~ was held on the above dote and the following business transacted. Memebers present were Mayor /~ooss Councilmen $chaufeLberger~ Evans~ Archer. Evans moved the meeting of December ?s 1969~ be adjourned~ which motion was seconded by Archer~ and upon vote declared carried unanimously. The oath of office of Councilman was administered to Francis E. WaLlace by The City Cte~k~ and he was decia~ed qualified. The minutes of the p~evious meeting were ~ead and approved as ~ead. Newton '~Vhitehead was present on the violations of Snowmobiles on the City Streets~ and railroad tracks~ and following an outline of the hazards~ also requested a ~lil~ker light or some other means to slow the traffic down on the corner in front of his house on the roQd to the golf course. He st~ted thQt snowmobiles were using the r~iiro~d tr~cks and ~ possible serious accident couJd ~esuJt, There fo~owed Q d~scussion on the snowmobile comfl~a~nts which h~d been ~ece~ved from othe~ sources ~nd ~t w~s suggested that f~-v~ew~Of the snowmobile operation on the streets, ~ post~ng fo~ snowmobiles be m~de ~t the City Limits. It was also reported by the police it was difficult to catch violators on snowmobiles in the police car. There followed a lengthy dis- cussion on the present ordinance which could be amended ia add the provisions that were incorporated in ~rdinances from other towns, and in particular in the West Yellowstone Ordinance. It wc, s also approved b,' the Council that the area of the nursing home be off limits for snowmobile operation. Following the discussion on the duties of Councilmen, 14ayor Boos made the following assignments for the 1970-71 year. Clyde Archer~ Streets-lights & dump; Al Schaufelberger~ Hospital,Library and Airport; Bill Evans~ ',Yater~ .Sewer, and Fire; Francis '/allace~ ?o/ice, parks andrecreation; Don Boos~ Golf course. Schaufelberger moved that William Kirk be feb;red as City Clerk~ which motion was .seconded b'/ Evans, and upon vote decl~zred carried unanimously. Wallace moved that Remaklus be feb;red as City attorney~ which motion was sect- onded by Evans, and upon vote declared carried unanimousl?. The attorney stated that an interim approp~'iation bill should be passed and Evans introduced and moved the adoption of P~OPOSED ORDINANCE #289, wl~ich appropriated the sum of .~135~000. for the operation Of the City of McCall for the period of January 1~ 1970 to March 31~ 1970. Following discussion of the ordinance, Evans moved the rules be suspended for the passage of PROPOSED fgRDINANCE // 289~ which motion was seconded by Archer, and upon vote declared carried unanimously. Archer seconded the motion moving the adoption of Ordinance //289, which upon vote was declared carried unanimously. The investment of any surplus monies into short term treasury bills was discussed at length~ and Evans moved the Attorney and Clerk be instructed to check into the legality of such an investment and the Board approve the invest~eent if possible. The motion was seconded by Archer and upon vote declared carded unan im~,us Schaufelberger reported on a Hospital Board Meeting which had been held and made recommendations for the City Council for new appointments to the Hospital Board. The recommendations were Bob ~¢illiamson, and Alice Moltke. The resignation of Blair Armstrong from the Hospital Board was discussed~ and tabled for sixty days for further action. Following discussion, Archer moved that Bob Williamson be appointed to a three year term on the McCall Memorial Hospital Board, which motion was seconded by Evans~ and upon vote declared carried un- animously. Evans moved that Alice Moltke be reappointed for a three year term on the McCall Memorial Hospital Board~ which motion was seconded by Archer~ and upon vote declared carried unanimously. Schaufelberger reported on the administrators salary~ and that while acting in this capacity, the salary was ~650. The Board recommended that the salary be increased to ~750. and again review,red when a qualified lab technician is hired, the present salary and overtime pay reviewed. Archer moved the recom- mendation be approved, which motion was seconded by Fvans~ and upon vote de- clared carried unanimous Mayor Boos reported on a meeting with Gordon Fouch and Bob Fogg on proposed improvements to the I~!unicipal Airport and stated that the Board members should attend if possible. The street light removals and replacements were briefly reviewed. Boos requested that Archer contact the County in assistance in the expense at the City Dump~ to allow for users outside the City Limits, which were currently large users of the City Dump. Evans requested the status of the Shelton Case, as far as the payment of water and sewer bills were concerned, and Remaklus stated that a diite should be set soon, to present the facts or considerati<.n to the judge. Evans stated that names of ~eople were still being obtained to be directed to hook onto the sewer. Evans reviewed the new increased charges for fire ~hones, which should be included in the new budget. Boos reviewed the rural Fire Department in New ~eddows, Idaho and the possibility of a similar district in this area. On the lighting of the street lites, it was the opinion of the Board, thai the new lites be turned on for the remainder of the winter months. Boos stated that the contract with George Guy, for the operation of the Caddy house, and Golf Course, had been signed for the coming year. There followed a discussion on salary increases for City Employees under the new budget. Following discussion, the clerk w~s instructed to write to XN~ Representative Edwards and Senator Brown requesting that Housebill 304 be repealed or relief be granted under the terms of the bill. Seefin stated that Western E:~uipment Purchase Sales order should be signed, which was subject to cancelation. The clerk reported surplus funds could be translated from the Water Revenue Fund to the General Fund, following which Evans moved the transfer be approved, which motion was seconded by Archer, and upon vote declared carried unanimously. Following discussion on the budget items for the current >,ear, Archer moved the clerk be authorized to exceed various individual budget items in the 1969 budget. The motion was seconded by Evans, and upon vote declared carried unan imeus l y. A letter from Max Wright ~vas read r~garding the sale or rental to the the City of McCall of the Bowling ~lley Building for ~45,000. No action was taken by the Counci l. A letter to Craig Emerson regarding hEs past due payment on the purchase of a Golf Course Lot was read. A letter was read from 'Vatkins Construction Company disclaiming any liability from billings from Rowland Brothers, Paul Dehlin, and Nelson Plumbing Co. on the sewer contract. Following discussion, the matter was to be referred to the Engineers. The Audit Contract with Rife, ,Vilson, and Przybylski was read and following which, $chaufelberger moved the contract be accepted. 7he mo~ion was seconded by Archer, and upon vote declared carried unanimously. The several bills were read for payment: William Acker Clyde Archer Jr. Blair Armstrong Donald ~oos Norman Durgess Joy Ca t l in Larry L. Chalfant Bill Evans d. Clifford Evans William A. Kirk ~obert Pemaklus Eden kogers Police 477.10 Council 1.00 Council 21.67 Council 33.75 E/re Department 30.09 water/sewer 176.52 X2~Z~ ~ter/sewer 3!79.04 Council 22.97 Golf Course 358.85 Clerk 261.60 L~gal 97.00 6ali Course 306.95 9.,1 A. H. Schaufelberger Council 21.67 Jack Seetin All De:~artments 665.77 David Smith Streets 436.4-7 Norman G. ~ hompson Po l ice ¢32.87 Evelyn Goodwin Library 31.30 Richard Nesbitt Police 414..26 Sara Chitwood Library ?22.52 City clerk reimburse petty cash 2/+.00 Eva Ne isinser L Library 20.00 Fred McFadden Airport 52.00 Norman Burgess Fire Dep~rtment 6.00 Don F~tzweter F~re Dep~rtment 16.00 Don Johnson F~re Depcrtment 6.00 J{m M~dden F~re Oep~r~ment 6.00 Rerdon 8ev~ Jr " 1.50 Doyce ~urgess ~ ?.50 D~nny Drey " ?. 50 Joye Cut ~n/petty cush reimbursement 69.33 L~wrence Goss~ Go~f Course ?00.O0 McCu ~ ~ O~ spos~ ~ ~ ~brury/po ~ ~ce 4.O0 Cascade 'ufo ',Vuter/sfreets 15.90 At~ent~c R~chf~o~d Co. XX~W~ PO~ce 719.49 S~nc~r O~Corp Po~ ~ce 10. S~nc~r C~j ~orp A~ dept beet 122.30 Standard Oil Co. Police Shell Oil Co. Police st.eets ~5.55 Pacific States Cast I.on '~Vaie. ~46.20 McCall Rexall D~ug ~ olice water sewe. lib.a.y 20.3~ Unio. Oil Co. ~olice 48.94 Salt Lake Stamp Co. police dog tags Conti.ental Oil Co. water~ sewe. streets ~7.40 Continental Cji Co. Police 5.40 A~nold Machin'~y Co. wale~ sewe.~ st.ee/s ~33.60 B~own~s Tie and Lmbr Co. Streets 70.43 ~ayeiie aakes Lumbr Co. r?aier/pa.ts/golf 36.~5 Norco S t .ee t s 5. ~7 Shaver's water, sewer~ police,golf 41.86 May Hard,ere sireeis 25.74 Ideal Gas Co. ,Vater 25.27 Valley Couniy A~ent Golf 25.50 Sonny~s O.K. Siore Streeis dump 64.45 Star-News Po l i ce/c lark 74. Stans aulo supply water, sireets 734.04 Nelson Piumbing airpoDi ~2~. 59 ~ycoff Co. water 2.50 Consolidated Supply Golf consiruct Val iey County Auditor 8ewer Departmeni ~50.00 Adirondack Chair co. Library 38.70 Demco " 2.90 Oisneyland Records " ~4.97 National Geographic ~,~fag ' 41.05 Idabo Telephone Co. Utilities all departments 367.92 Idaho Power Co. All Departments ~45. ~3 Don~s ~76 Service Golf 6.65 Public Employee Retirement System Association of idaho Cities ~35.66 McCall Memorial Hospital frans of funds 4000.00 Following the reading of the bills, Evans moved the bills be approved and ordered paid. The motion was seconded by '~¥a'lace and upon vote declared carried unanimously. No further business coming before the Board, the meeting was declared recessed until the call of the Chair. January ?, 1970 A continuation of the regular meeting of January 5, 1970~ was held on the above d..Tte and the following business transacted. Members present were fi!ayor Boos; Councilmen WaLLace~ Schaufelberger, and Archer, Evans absent. ' The Mayor stated the meeting was called for the purpose of consideration of PC~OPOSED ORDINANCES ~,? 2.90 and //291. FOLLC'.'~/NG DiSCUS.SiON, Archer introduced and moved ~he ~dopffon of Proposed Orc'~nance ~2~0~ AN ORDINANCE At4ENDING SECT/ON 5-7-4 of the Vf~%~ge Code of ~cC~%~ Id~ho~ concerning Snowmobf~es~ by adding a new section thereto; requiring a mast or antenna displaying a f~ag o~ pennant thereon. Ammending section 5-7-5 of the V~[~ge Code of McCo~%~ /d~ho~ concerning regulations for opere~ons of snowmob~es~ by d~ng additional ~egula~ons ~he~e~o. The Ordinance was read a~ ~eng~h~ following which Schaufe~be~ge~ moved ~he ~u~es be suspended fo~ ~he passage of p~oposed o~d~nance ,./290. The mo~on was seconded by Wallace, and upon vo~e declared ca~ed unanimously. Following fu~he~ d~scuss~on of ~he Wallace moved ~he adoption of P~oposed O~d~nance ;~290 which upon vo~e ~as de- clawed ca~ed unanimously. Schaufelbercjer introduced and moved the adoption of Proposed Ordinance #291, AN O/?DINANCE At. fENDING S&~ION 8-1-10~ OF THE VILLAG£ CODE OF t~CCALL, IDAHO, CONCE/?NING CITY ,rATE/? .SERVICE BY INCPEASING THE CHAPGE FO/? A 3TANDA/?D SERVICE C©NNECTION SUPPLIED [3Y THE CITY FROM ~30. to .~100. The ordinance was read at Length foLLow~ng which Archer moved the rules be suspended for the passage of Proposed Ordinance #291. FoLiowing further discuss~on~ ;Yallace seconded the motion, moving the adoption of ~roposed Ordinacne #29?, which upon vote was declared carried unanimously. A Letter from the Attorney was read, reggrding the investments of surplus funds in the severr~L Bond A~fiounts, authorizing the investment in short term government securi t ies. The budget for the past year wasbriefly reviewed. Boos ~eviewed a meeting which had been held with the Forest Service and pos- sibLe Federa~ funds which could be available for expenditures on the hlcCalL MunfcipaL Airport. No further business coming before the Council, the meeting was declared recessed until the call of the Chair. ATTEST: C L ERK February A regular meeting of the City Council of the City of f.¢cCaLL was held on the above date and the following busine:-:s transacted. Members present were Mayor t3oos, Councilmen ?/aiLace, SchaufeLberger, Evans and Archer. Evans moved the meeting of January 5, 1970~ be adjourned, which motion was seconded by ~VaLLace and upon vote declared carried unanimously. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved as read. Schaufelberger reviewed the hospital operation and the applications for a lab technic.f,~n. He also reviewed the status of Leonard GoLay, st~ting he would remain and do X/?ay work and handle the Ambulance. The Administrator prospects were reviewed and ihe salary necessary to hire an administrator was discussed. Following discussion, the Board approved the interviewe from various /ocati..~ns at the expense of the prospective employee. The proposat to purchase the XRay equipment was again discussed and Schaufel- berger reviewed the payment plans under which the purchase would be made and requested that .~2,500. be included in the 1970 budget of the City in the event the Hospital co.~ld not pay the monthly payments. It was the opinion of the Board to proceed with the purchase of the hospital equipment as outlined in the previous minutes and include this figure in the City Budget. The Library and Airport budgets for 7_970 were presented and briefly reviewed. The sale of the water rights which were acquired with the Airport ground were discussed as to the manner of sale, etc. Following discussion, the Attorney was instructed to prepare an advertisement for sale of the water for b~dders to be opened on Archer reported on ~ m,~eting with the coounty Commissioners and stated that ~600. per year plus some equi~ent was to be received fro~ the County for the operation and maintenance of the City Dump. Evans briefly reviewed the water and sewer operations. RemakLus reviewed the Shelton case, and stated that submiffions were being made on behalf of the City to the Judge. Remaklus also revie~ved the :'/est Side of Payette Lake and the East Side of the Lake sewer construction plans and a Letter was read stating that Federal funds were available up to 50%. Followin9 discussion the Attorney was instructed to write to Senator Church's office on behalf of the City. The request of the Payette Lakes Nursing Home to disconnect the meter and discontinue use of City water~ was read and reviewed. Wallace reviewed a meeting with Police officers and the number of citations and warnings ~vhich had been issued. A further discussion on the Police Chief being used on Search and Rescue work~ followed~ and the time taken being charged to vacation pay and time off to cover during his absence. Snowplowing during emergency times was reviewed and the personnel available were discussed. A letter was read from Vern Emerson in answer to the letter from the City Attorney, regarding the payment of both principle and interest wh~dh was due on the lot he had purchased from the City of l~cCall, following which Schaufel- berger moved that upon advise of Attorney, the interest which was due the City not be waived. The motion was seconded by Archer, and upon vote decLc, red carried unanimously. E~oos reported he had contacted R~presentative E~wards on House A Letter from lYayor Jay Amyx was re~=d regarding funds from the highway users funds which could be available to ~unicipalities. Boos stated the Golf Committee for the coming year he would appoint would consist of Don FicMahan~ Fred Towery, ~iair Armstrong~ Bud Corbin~ and Phil ~emaklus. Following discussion~ Evans moved the appointments be approved which motion was seconded by ~'~llace and upon vote declared carried unanimously. ~oos stated the new Ffevelopers of [gradley ~4, ining Company should be contacted to consider FfcCall as a rail head. Boos reviewed a proposal for all sub-divisions to be accepted by the City of McCall by any land developers within one mile adjacent to the City limits. Following discussion~ the Attorney recommended the provisions be incorporated in the County Ordinance. P, emaklus discussed the size and numbering of snowmobiles and suggested they be made three inches in height~ however~ according to the Department of Law ~nforcement no change could be made prior to 1971. Adiscussion followed on the necessity of equipment the City is contemplating purchasing under the new budget. A letter of non-discrimination from the l~'cCall Ski Club regarding the con- struction of a proposed new lift was read. A letter from Attorney Jerry I~orn, regarding the claim of Lorraine Sigler on damage to her water line in the amount of .~,36. was read, discussed, and referred to the At~torney, A letter from the L.D.S. Church was read regarding their new construction and open house. A letter regarding water and sewer rates from Dr. Rachel :Voods was read, Seetin reported briefly on funds which were under consideration by the Legis- lature to be available for Library EuildinEs on a matching basis, The additional billing from the legal firm of Chairman and Cutler~ regarding additional charges on the sewer construction opinion, The several bills were read for payment: Interest on warrents Valley County Trust Fund Internal Revenue Service Idaho .~tate Tax Collector !,~/illiam Acker Clyde Archer Don Boos Norman t?urgess Joy S, Cat Larry Cha Sill A. Kvans J. Ciifford ~obert ~emaklus Eldon ~o~ers A.~. Sc~aufe W.O.J. ~eetin David Norman G. Thompson Francis Evelyn Goodwin Richard V, Nesbfi~ Associalion of Idaho Ciiies Pubiic ~mp~oyee ~eiiremeni Ciiy Clerk CayJord L~brary Supplies The Book Shop de.ne ~ te ~ee I TEX ~o~dh~m Equip. ~o. Payro l l Tax Po l/ce Counc i l Counc i l Fire Department wa ret/sewer wa ter/sewer Counc i l Golf Course Library Clerk Legal Golf Course Counc i I All departments Streets Po l/ce Co unc i l l_ ibrary Po l/ce dwee Insurance Pei~remeni . ~eimburse peiiy cash poi[ce/board waler~sewer posia~e meter Lib rary Lib ra ry Library ~reimbursmeni) L ibrary~re~air) L ibcdry ~oard ~ocrd International Conf. of £?lUg. Officials Dona id Johnson Norman Burgess P., I. ~.evill dr. Doyce ~Surgess dim Madden Donald Fitzwater Joy C;:t Lin~Pet fy Cash Ideal Gas Co. Thompsons /nc Sonny~s O.K. Ti~e Store Starts Auto Paris Bi l l Jeffs Un,on 0[ ~ Co. Shell Oil Idaho First National ~onk Boa rd Fire Department wa ter/sewer ,~treets Golf Course Dump Streets Airport Courtesy Car Po l ice Po l ice Deposit box 356.75 1,340.71+ 1,686.20 298. O0 1+63.39 1. O0 33.75 30.09 176.52 385.33 22.97 261+.05 120. 76 261.60 97. O0 306.95 21.67 616.86 1+22. ?6 1+32,87 27.67 50,25 1+32.06 208.23 481+. 79 39. O0 50, O0 19,15 4.11+ 5, 03 30. O0 12, 90 407.01 10,00 10, O0 12.00 12. O0 4,50 6. O0 ?. 50 22. O0 30. O0 8. O0 69. ~5 21+1+. 25 13, 13 7~. 75 ?5.73 1+3.62 3.50 Continental Oil Company Standard Oit of Calii McCalt Rexall Drug Norco Assoc of Idaho Cities Cummins Idaho~ Inc. Payette hakes lumbe~' Sinclair Oil Co. Idaho Telephone Co. Star News Wm ~irk Agency Idaho /~ower Co. Treasurer PLNA Po l/ce all departments Po l/ce Stree ts dues Council streets streets/airport s t tee t si l ibr'ary/po l ice All depart~ents Potice water/streets/sewer Librar'y Insurance/books Ail departments Library 1970 dues 6.54 78.08 2.70 9.23 118.84 14. O0 30.90 462. O0 152.45 50.71 8. O0 934.02 3. O0 Follwing the reading of the bills~ Evans moved the bills be approved and ordered paid. The motion was seconded by Wallace and upon vote declared carried unanimously. NoF further business coming before the Board, the meeting was declrzred re- cessed until the call of the Chair. February 26, 1970 A continuation of the regular meeting of February 2, 1970 was held on the above date and the follcwing bus'ness transacted. Members present were Mayor 8oos, Councilmen Wallace, Schaufelberger, Archer, Evans absent. The meeting was called to order by the Mayor and stated the purpose was to consider the hiring of the Administrator of the McCall Memorial H-spiral at the request of the Hospital Board. Blair Armstrong, Chairman of the Hospital Board, was present and he re- ported on the 10 a~]plications which had ~een received. Following a re- view of all applications ~s stated the 8oard had selected R. J. Houska because of his years of experience, qualifications and references. The four references were contacted by telephone and all gave favorable rec- c~mendations. He stated the salary would be ~1,000 per month and moving expenses of ~750 allowed. He stated that Mr. Houska would move to McCall in about 2 weeks and prior to March 15, 1970. Following discussion Wallace moved that the reccomendat~on of the McCall Memorial Hospital Board be accepted and the R. J. Houska be hired as Administrator of the McCall Memorial Hospital. The motion was seconded by Archer and upon vote, declared carried unanimously. No further business coming before the Board the meeting was declared h~ R~ ' recessed until the call of t, .... ,a~r. ATTEST CLER¼ March 2, 1970 A regular meeting of the City ~ouncil of the City of McCall w~s held on the above date and the following busineas transacted. Members present w:~re Mayor 8oos, Councilmen mal!ace, SchauFelberger, Evans and .Archer. Evans moved the meeting of February 2, 1970, be adjourned, which motion was seconded by Wallace and upon vote declared carried unanimously. The minutes of the previous meetings were read and approved as read. Serve ,ii!son, Gary Garland end Schn Riddlemoser, Supt. of Schools were present on a proi0osed summer recreational program which could be offered to the children of the area. Gary Garland reviewed i~"~ detail the tentative program based on various types of activities which could be offered which included baseball, go!f, glay-!]rounds, dramatic and dance, arts and crafts, swimming, library and the approximate cost of all or dart of such a program. There foil. owed lengthy disc asian on the benefits which would result from such a !0rogram and past experiences were discussed. Carl Veaux who was also present, discussed the recreational levy ~nd briefly discussed House Dill ~04 mcr'lies which could b~? u~ed for a Ski program, and otb, er exoense connected with recreation Foltowin~ · . g further discussion the Mayor stat'ed the matter would be coos~dered but in view of estimated income, praticulary with the restriction of House ~11 ~04, the funding of such a program would be diff- icuOt. Ridd!emoser ougg=~sted that possibly a shorter or less ambitious iran might be considered to get the program started, if ne~se aery. A letter of intent to the F~A on t?~e Financing of the Little Ski Hill was apsrovsd by the Council· l_~'~rry Chalfant and Dave Smith, who were present, reviewed the present policy of the Council on reception time and requested considerate_on of the aO. lowance of a portion of the vacation during the summer months. Following c~iscussion on :she time of vaction end reasons for the request, Schaufelb~rger moved that _t? the schedule could be cleared with the ~-~dministrator with one month ad- var, ce notice, that City Employees be allowed one week vacation during the months of Oune, July and ~ugust. T e motion ~0ss seconded by Archer and upon vote declared carried unanimously. The o!oen~ng of the bids for the sale off the ~Jater Rights on land which had been squired with the !Vun~cpal ~irport had been advertised for opening on t?.~s date. Adolf Heinrich, who was present, and President ef the Lake Irrigation Dist. stated he would be happy to ~saist on the qualifications of bidders as required in the bid. The several bids were opened and were as follows: Harry Oeatis, ~),050.61 - A. G. ~,Jissula, 2,81'?.90 - Bill Eld, 1,011.00 - Jacob Maki, 2,8_36.0~. There followed a l~-',ngthy dis- cussion on the sale of water rights and the value of the water to the ground. Following discussion, Sc?.aufelberger moved that all bids ~e re- jected and a new c~ll for bids be m:~de at a later dote, motion was sec- onded by LOailace and u~on vote -leclared una~-~imously. It was re~orted that tt'~e new ambulance had been~used. Goos read a letter From Chat l~,oulton on State Funds which might be avail- able and a tenta't~ve meeting date of March 27, 1970 to be held to discus the ioossib~.."_i:ties of extension and wideoino: of the exsist~.ng runway. There followed a brief discussion of the relocation of the stock drive- way r~orth of ti-e rucway. The Mayor stated a budget meeting would bescheduled tentatively ~or March 1~, 1970. ~oos refoort'~d ~-~nother inquiry on ti"e dump and that a cle~n uN was possible u.~3ing Federal Funds. ?,!o objection was had by the Council providing that an understending was m~:~de that no Liability would he incurred by the City of McCall. Evans revie!Jed a list of un-paid ~uater and Sewer bills :~nd st?,ted that people should be notified to be hooked on to th, e new sewer by June 1970 that were within )00 feet of t~-.e sewer. Fie also restarted that there were 680 hil".ings made ~n Ja!-~u~ry 1970. The Clerk mei-,orted that no ~:nswer iad been received from Vern Emerson on the ~Jayment which ~oas roue on his purchase of ti~e Golf Cource lot ~nd the matter wes referred b the .A~ctorney for further action. · ~(see sage ~.lallacs briefly re~iewed the ~ol~ce !')opt. o~er::~:ion flor the p~st month. Bc:os reported on a golf course committee meeting and requested changes in rates which t;~ere discussed sc ie~gth. FollowinD discussion J~-~llace moved the rates as F, roposed by the Golf Course committee be el?active for the coming :'-eason. The mot~on was secnn~ed Is~j Schaufe!i_~erger ~.~nd up~ ~ vote .~-~s declared carriab ,97 The several bills were read for ~ayment: Wi!l].am H. Acker Clyde Archer Jr Donald L. Boos Norman D. Burgess Joye S. Catlin Larry L. Chalfant Bill A. Evans J. Clifford E'~jmns S. Martha Chitwood William A. tqirk Robert Rsmaklus Eldon R. Rogers A. p. Schau~elberger W.O.Seetin David B ~mith Norman G. Thompson Francis E. Wallace Evelyn V. Goodwin Richard V. Nesbill Association of I~'aho Citiss Public Employee Retirement State Insurance Fund City of McCall Norman Thompson ~ichard ?,i shirt William HAcker Jack Seetin State Burplus Prope?ty Shaver's Bus johnson Ralph Murray Doyce Burgess Winky Bevill Don 3ohnson N~rman D. Burgess Don Fitzwater J~m Madden Union Oil Co Sonny's O.B.Tire Sterling Codifiers, Inc ¼albus Office Ewuip. M M M Book '~anch Martha Chitwood The 8ook Shop Old Time Bottle Publishing Shell Oil Co Sinclair Oil Corp Goodwin Construction McCall Rexall Drug ARCO Idaho Power Co May Hardware Ideal Gas of McCall McCall Dissosal Norco William A. ¼irl< Insurance Continental IiOil Co Sports Marina !dECO Union Pacific Sears Atlantic ~ichfield Police ~oa r d 1.00 . 33.75 Fire Dept 3~ .09 Wate S sewer 176.52 water ~ sewer 385.~ Council 22.97 Golf Course 26~-+ · 05 Library 119.74 Clerk 261.60 Legal 97.00 Golf Course 306.95 Counc21 21.67 Ail Departments 616.86 Streets ~.22.76 Police 432.87 Council 21.67 Library 53.91 ~-slice 432 .[36 Insurance 217.92 Retirement 483.61 Ail Dept {}22.02 G ~.!~ond 927 50 ~olice 7.90 All Dept{mileage) 5.00 Gol?,~ater,Sewer ~2.20 Library 5.42 Fire Dept 3.BO " 3.00 " 3. O0 " 3.00 " 9.00 " 9. O0 Police %. 3~ City Dump 259.24 Board 115.00 W~ter & Sewer 22.50 Library ~0.70 .~ tar ~ Sewer 4.23 Heat 98.19 Airport 150.00 Clerk 1.24 Streets 159.13 all depts 847.73 S ewer ~. 65 Water 75.07 Police ~ Library 2.~]0 al! Depts 49.71 8onds 108.00 Police 15.80 sewer 57.90 water 152. !0 Dump 25.00 all Depts 60.42 Police 6.46 Following the reading of the bills, Evans moved tne bills be approved and ordered paid. The motion was seconded by idallace and upon vote declared carried unanimously. No further business co,~ing before the Board, the meeting was declared re- cessed until the call of the Chair. CLERK ~- M.~YOR~V ~ March 13, 1970 A continuation of the regular m~eting of Harch 2, 1970 was held on the above date and the following business transacted. Members present w~re ,~'ayor Boos, Councilmen Wallace, ~chaufelber.qer, Archer and Evans. - The Mayor st.~-~ted the meeting was called for the purpose of completing the 1970 budget and following lengthy discussion and cutting of various items the tentative budget in the total amount of ~]9~1,146.00 which included all contingencies a~n the open=rich of the hospital was approved for advertisement. The clerk was instructed to cublish the nroBosed i udget and the date oP hea~- lng was scheduled for March 26-~, 1970. following the budget discussion, 8ocs briefly reviewed the closure of the portion of Lake Street as previoulsy requested by Boise Cascade Corp. Following several questions it (des the opinion of the 8lard that the Attorney be contacted Isrior to any discision. further business corning, before ~ho~ ,.~ board the meeting was declared re- csssed until the all of tbs Chair. CLER¼ ** (see pa%e 96) Followinq discussion the following resolution was introduced by Schaufel- berger who moved its adoption. Such motion was seconded by Evans and upon vote declared unanimously. Which such resolution reads as follows; kghereas isersuant to the ~srovisions of Chaper 14 of Title 50 idaho Code, the City of McCall offered for sale certain real property and under and by virtue of the terms of a certain contract of sale dated September 7, t968, Craig V. Emerson, as buyer, contracted to purchase the following described property to wit; Lot 4 of the Fairway Subdivision according to the official platt thereof. And whereas, the said Craig V. Emerson as sucks buyer is now in default under the terms of said contract of sale, in -that said buyer has failed to make the principal payment of i~1,000.00 due on September 7, 1969 an~ furtiaer faitsd to mare the interest payment in the sum of S2AG.O0 due on September 7, 1969. Now therefore be it resolved, that the City Council shall, pursuant to the terms of tc, e Section 50-1406 Idaho Code, cancel said contract of sale by 'hie giving of a 30-d. y notice to the buyer and retain all payments made heretofore tisereon. In the event that ~aid purchaser shall ~ail to make such payments of principal ~_~nd interest within ~0 days from the mailing, by certified mail, of such notice said buyer shall forfeit all rights under such contract and all rights to obtain possession or use of said property. 5;e it further resolved that the city attorney is directed to give the buyer notice o? default, cancellation end forfeiture pursuant to paragraph 8 of said contract of sale. (see longs 96) March 26, 1970 A continuation of the regular meeting of March i~, 1970 wes held on the above date and the following business transacted. Members pressnt were Mayor boos, Councilmen Evans, Schaufelberger, archer and Wallace. The meeting was declared called for the purpose of the Budget Hearing as advertised for this date. Several people were present and Gary Garland spoke on the summer recreation program and reviewed a revised program based on r:duced labor costs in the amount of !!1111,500 for the director and ~700 for a girl plus ~00 for supplies for a total of i12,530. There followed discussion on a possibility o? other service clubs which could share in the cost or th~s type program. Again the availability of funds in the Recreation Dept. were reviewed. Remaklus briefly reviewed the procedure of budgeting of Contingency items and monies which would be spent only if they were received. Following further discussion on various portions of the budget Shaufelberger introduc- ed and moved the adoption of proposed ~rdanance ~o. 292,an ordanance termed the "Annual Appropriation bill", appropriating such sums of money as are deemed necessary to defray all necessary expenses, liabilities of the City of McCall, Idaho for the fiscal year 1970 and fixing the tax levies for the City of McCall, Idaho for the fiscal year 1970. Evans moved the rules be suspended for the passage of Proposed Ordanance No. 292, which motion was seconded by Archer and upon vote, declared carried unanimously. There followed discussion on the budget in the total amount of ~856,!46.00 following which Wallace seconded the motion moving the adoption of Prop- osed Ordanance No. 292. Upen vote the Mayor declared the motion carried unanimously. Schaufelberger reported that Leonard Gslay had with-drawn his resignation as Hospital Administrator and would remain. ~ollowing discussion Schau~el- berger moved to hire Leonard Golay as Administrator of the McCall Memorial Hospital. The motion was seconded by Evans and upon vote declared carried unanimously. Schaufelberger moved the salary of the Hospital administrator be set at ~900 a month effective March 1, 1970. The motion was seconded by Archer and upon vote declared carried unanimously. No further business coming before the board the meeting was declared re- cessed until the call of the Chair. MAY~R March 27, 1970 A continuation of the regular meeting of the City Council was held on the above date with the following business transacted. Members present were Mayor Boos, Councilmen Schaufelberger, Evans and Wallace, Archer absent. The chairman stated the meeting was called for the purpose of meeting with the U.S.Forest Service and Chet Moulton of the St;~te of Idaho Dept. of Aeronautics. Howard ¼osketla reviewed the Fcre@t Service Fire Retardent operations in connection with the City of McCall operation of the Municipal ~ir- port. The special use of the Airport by the Forest Service was empha- sized, mollowing discussion, Fogg reviewed the members of the Airport Commission and their thinking as far as projected future operations of the airport were concerned. An extension o? the existing runway to an additional 1500 feet was discussed and the back-ground and reasons for the extension were reviewed. Gordon Fouch i~oresented a map and drawing of a proposed extension of 1800 feet to the North and ¼oskella reported on the increased retardent load for tLis airport as it would be the central location for a Tri-Forest operation. Closure of the existing road and stock right-of-way passage was discussed and the alternative passage of stock from one side of the air~ort to the other reviewed. Gordon Fouch reviewed the prospectus which had ioeen Forwarded to the Regional i~iffice showing the proximity to the National Forest the use of the airport and the Forest Service use for all ~hases of the operation. Justification of airport runway widening was reviewed in detail. Also discussed was the improvement of the airport runway lights for better visability for night time use. The various engineering facts and figures were reviewed and a total proposed cost of 205,693 was estimated to in- crease the runway to a lmngth of 6,900 feet and widen it to approximatly 100 feet. There followed a lengthy discussion on the financial participation by the various agencies including the Federal Government, St~te of Idaho, County and City of McCall. Until the status of the application in Washington D. C. Could be determined it appeared that no Further action could be taken at this time. ~Jo further business coming before the board the meetLng was declared recessed until the cail~ of the Chair. CLERK MAYOR April 6, 1970 P. regLJiar meeting o? the City Counc.~l off th, e City of '~ f'~ ~1 was - ,,~c,~a_~ ' id on the above date and th'~z following business transactsd. Members present were I'~ieyor 8oos~ Councilmen .~allaoe, °c~aufelberoer~ Evans and Archer. -~ .:Sciaufielberger moved the meeting of March 2, 1770 be adjourned, which motion was seconded by Wallace and u[zon vote declared carried ~nanimously. The minutes of the !~revious meeting were rzad smd e []roved as read. Ellen EYinning was pr~sent sm a Community Action ~rogram far teen-age youths and she reviewed the oper~ztion of ~'~ntire Community ,~ction ~rogram and sta~ed her purpose w;zs to obtain a locetico for a Teen-ar-~e building for use by tine young people. The neighborhood youth corp was discussed and t! e mossibil~.ty o?using a person under this program in McCall was discussed. Schaufelberger discussed the summer youth I0rogram and stat~ad ttnat Gary Garland had contacted the Lions Club end Rotary Club for as- sistance in the i~rogram. Fo!!ow~g discussion Schaufelberger moved to set aside ~500 from the k~ecreation Dept. for the Summer Youth Program providing a like amount can be matched from other sources. The motion was seconded by Wallace and upon vote dsclared carried unanimously. Schau?elbarger reviewed t~e operation of the ambulance -end the arrange- ments made for drivers and st'~.~t, ed that a radio would be desireable. 5chaufelberger reviewed ti,e increased wages of City Em[~loyees and following discussion moved that the City adopt a policy that any em- ployee who does not pay bonafide bills be discharged. Following dis- cussion the motion was seconded by Wallace and upon vote ~eclared carried unanimously. Schau?e!berger reviewed the parking c? cars Lo the street right-of-way and L!~e making of a sidewall~ by use of poles on 13econd St.for pedestrian traffic. ~t was also re~orted tha~ parking was not available on oecond St. because of tl~e c~rs ~ tine walking area. Evans revz.~'owo~d the water :~ sewer billings for the current .~,onth and stated ti-c~t the ~_~rrears amount inad~o,_~en reduced. Wa~llace stated the Police Dept hsd r~-~quested to send Dick P.Jesbitt to a Narcoticz and Dangerous [)~rugs School on April 27, 1970. !',.is objection was had by th° .=~o~a Following discussion on the proposed sale of the remaining lots at the Golf Course, the A';torney was instructed to draw a notice o? intention to sell the lots in the Fairway Sub-division on 3uly 18, 1970 at 2:00 P.M. And iff all the lots were not sold a second date of August 8, 1970 at 2:00 ~.M. be set. Ooos stated that e portion of land owned b~ the City south of the Fairway Ave. should be designated for uss as a Public ~ark. Following. discussion ~allace moved t-at e portion o~ City land South of Fcirway :Ave. be desig- nated as a City Park. The motion was seconded by Schaufelberger and upon vote declared carried unanimously. Mayor i~oos stated that a job ~ evalu~:~tion should be n'ede of ~all City Fmoloyees, regarding th~r w~z~nes and duties sis soon ~s oossibla Boos reviewed the salaries which had been a~roved under the 1970 ~udget and the Clerk was instructed to Day all employees on the new salaries as proposed retroactive to January 1, 1970. 8oos discussed the re-advertisement of the water rights at the Municipal Airport for sale at s minimum of 31100 per inch. it was suggested that a notification of the sale be mailed to owners of all land in the Lake Irrigation District. Mayor 8 os discussed the proposed sub-division specifications which would be required by the City for any sub-division to be accepted and the Clerk read the proposal in detail. The proposed specifications were discussed at length and following changes were referred b the City ~ttorney to be ~ncorporated into an ordinance. The several bills were read for payment: idilliem H. Acker Clyde Archer Jr Danald L. Boos Norman D. ~urgess Joye S. Catlin Larry L. Chalfant 8~11 A. Evans J. Clifford Evans Martha Chitwood William A ¼irk ~obert Remaklus Eldon ~. Rogers A. H. Schaufelbergsr W. O. J. Seetin David B. Smith Norman G. Thompson Francis E Wallace Evelyn V. Goodwin Richard V. Nesbitt Association of Ida Cities Public Employees State of Idaho Tax Internal ~'~evenue Service Valley County Trust Funds Hos~ital ~cnd Redemption Fund Rowland eros Jim Madden Mike Bishop Winky ~evill Norman Burgess Ernie ~' _ ~urQess Donald Fitzwater 8ob Cameron Danny Gray Jack Laswell Doyce ~urgess Don Johnson Ponderosa Inn Idaho Library Association Doubleday ~ Co National Geographic DEMCO Nathaniel Oame ~ Co The Baker ~ Taylor Co The gaker ~ Taylor Co McCall !~isposal ~tandard 0il Co G .~ ¼ Machinery Co Unimasco 8oise Paving ~ Asphalt Stan's Auto Parts Union []arden Su~p!y U. S. Golf Associatien Arnold Machinery Co S. W. Harwood Rogsrs Mac!~nery Co Shell ~iil Co Sonny's 0.¼.Tire Store Standard Oil Co MuniC~em Corp Police 463.39 Councilman 1.00 ,, 3~. 75 Fire Dept ~0.09 Sewer ~ water 176.52 " " 385 . 33 Board 22.97 Golf 264.05 Library 123.99 Clerk 261.60 Legal 97.00 Boll 306.95 Soard 21.67 Ail Depts 616.86 Streets 422.76 Police 432.87 8oard 21.67 Library 62.24 Police 432.06 Insurance 208.23 ,, 485 . 29 Tax 241.89 ,, 1465.90 ,, 1477.36 4435.00 Const. sewer 365.50 Fire Dept 7.50 " 3. O0 " 3.00 " 10.50 " 3.00 " 20.50 " 3.00 " 3. ~;Et " 9.00 " 3.00 " 9. O0 Library 20.00 " 1~ .50 " 38.56 " 3.~5 " 27.75 ,, 25.22 ,' 46.44 " 196.53 Library ~ Police ~.00 Civil Defense 2.77 Streets 12.~'~7 " 78.65 Oiling 100.94 Street 59.04 Golf 220.00 " 50.00 %eLder 41.67 " 3.95 " ~03.75 " 3.25 " 295.54 ~ol~ce 16.31 Police 2~ . 15 ~.ichard !..ashitt ,At lani;ic q'ich?ield I/nion Oil !Cc', She].l ~!illtop ['atel :i ervice Consolidated CuDDly Co rayette Lakes Lumber Loraine Ma!strom Del Chemical Cor~ Joys 8us's Conoco Service ',~ elson Plumbing 5bayer's Ideal The Etar ~'~ --~ecds Idaho ]:~le~iar~ne Co Idaho Power Cascade Auto Sohn's Texaco tation ~ :~1 ice 10. Pntica 3~. 3.3.13 " 11.56 " 16.35 S~,ter 365 Lis'her & 3ewer 20.74 :~a ~er,Sewer,t]treets 5L}.O0 oolice ~ ~m. - .... Jar 92. Petty C~)sh Water >. ~ewer ~ 05 Fire truck Water 158.27 ~ ~er ~. r]l " 11.99 eater 65. k~oard {;~ w__~r~ ~.46 Ail Depts 1~9.7~ " 55 []. F:otice 38.11 Firs Dspt 29.79 ~t ....... ~,~ing of t~o _ ed Fc 1 lowing --- J hillS, Frans mmv the !~ills be aoprov~d and cordered :3E~id. The motion was seconded by Jallacs and upon vote declared carried unnnimousty. No fur'hhor business coning bef:;cc the !-~oard, ti~e rn~sh.l.'_ng wes dec] ~red r~:~e?:sed ontil tho c~!!! o? the Chair. CLERK May 4, 1970 A regular meeting of the City sf McCall by the City Council was held on the above date and the following business transacted. F'lembers present were Sch~uPelberger, Archer, Evans and Wallace. The Mayor being aba;est the meeting was called to order bw the president of the Council, Schaufelberger following which Evans moved the masting of April 6, 1970 be adjourned, which motion was seconded by Archer and upon vote, declared carried unanimously. The minu{;es o? the ~::revious meetings were read and approved as read. Sc!-auFsli:erger reported the resignation of Alice Neltke From the McCall Memcrial Hospital 8nard due to a change in residence, and state the b!ospital 8nard would meet and submit names for ~i,e consideration of the Council to fill her un-expired term. It was T'eportsd by tho Clerk the Craig Emmerssn p~yment on the ].and which had been purchased at ti-e Fairwav Subdivision under a ccntract of sale had bean received. T,h~o C]_~!rk also reF~orted the audit ,ar~- +h~ year ended December 31, 1969 had been received and was briefly r=v~ow~do. The lease with the 5ports Narina and the provisions of the lease sere briefly reviewed. The Near License ~pplication frcm w~dd Bingham was read following which Wallace moved the application be s~proved and the license issued. The motion wes seconded hy Evans and upon vote Secl red carried unanimously. Evens introduced and ~r, oved tPe adoption of proposed Ordinance ?/ 29~, an Ordinance expre, sine the ~n~sntion of ~' o ~ _~ ~, ,.,h~ City of McCall, ±daho to sell certain Real Property belonging to suct~ C&ty and not used for public purposed, setting a date for such sale, describing sei~ real property, setting a public hearing upon such, }sroposition and setting forth the terms upon which sale shall be made. The Ordinance w;~s zx~ad ab length following w,hich Archer moved the rules be suspended For the p~tssage of [.rc;p,ased Ordinance PJo. 29~. The motion was seconded b¢ Ua!lace and upon vote decN~red c ..... ' ,=r.~zed unanimously. The motion moving the adoption of proposed Ordinance ~,~G. 293 was seconded by Wallace and upon vote declared carried unanumously. Evans reported on the past-due water and sewer billings and reported that progress was being made, Several bills were briefly reviewed. Evans reported on sewage w~ich had ~esn reported going into the river and an investigat~on at the old out-fall line had been made. Seetin re- ported ~M~ on a leak on number 4 ~ond at the lagoon site which would be reoaired as soon es possible. Schaufelberger reported on the X-Ray machine which would soon be re- ceived by the McCall Memorial H~spital and the additional work which would be necessary for the installation. The operation at the Municipal Dump was briefly reviewed and ~eetin stated that a new operator was on the premises. Wallace reviewed the inter-section between Mill ~oad and Hemlock St. and stated that a reccommendat~on had been made by the Chief o? Police to con- sider Stop signs being posted on the Hemlock St on both sides of Mill Rd. intersection and on Wem]ock St. where it intersects Romsevelt on the West side. Following discussion, Wal~seemoved the recommendation be approved and a stop s~gn be posted. A motion was seconded by Archer and upon vote declared carried unanumousty. Archer reported a request for a street light which request was referred to the St. l~ght committee. A1 Lambert who was sresent stated that the over-flow of the septic tanks adjacent to the Chicken Roost area was because of the high water table and the problem over the past years was reviewed. Following further discussion it was the opinion of the board that due to the present re- quirements for the reduction of all types of pollution that the matter be corrected if possible. The council agreed upon an adjournment to go to the ~remises to inspect the area. The several bills were read for payment : Clyde Archer Jr Donald L. Boos ~orman D. Burgess Joye S. C!~tlin 8ii1 A. Evans A.H.Schaufelberger Francis E. Wallace Richard V. ~esbitt Asscciation of Idaho Cities Public Employee metirement Idaho First Nat'l Bank Sara M. Chitwood Evelyn V. Geodwin ~orman G. Thompson William Acker Larry Chalfant Clifford Evans William A. ¼irk Robert Remaklus Eldon R. Rogers W.O.j.Seetin David 8. Smith American Oil Co Atlantic Richfield Co Baker ~ Taylor The Book Shop Brown's Tie ~ Lumber Consolidated 2uppty Co Continental Oil Co Dee's 76 Service H ~ W Plumbing Hertzberg's !nc Idaho Power Co Idaho Telephone Co McCall Disoosal Payette Lakes Lumber Phillips Petrcieum Co Rife, Wilson ~ Przybylski Rowland Bros 8oard 1.00 Board 33.75 Fire Chief 30.09 ~aLer a Sewer 249.68 ooard 22 97 8oard 21.67 ,, 21.67 Police 580.02 insurance 208.23 " 696.64 Taxes 708.00 Library 171.30 ,, 81.92 Police 569.5~ " 610.49 Stre ~t,etc 525.~1 Golf 409.81 Clerk 361.64 Legal 145.50 Golf 423.64 St, Etc. 783.77 Sts 561.83 ~olice 1.58 Streets 294.78 library 60.39 " 6.36 all Depts 56.18 Water 279.12 all depts 24.72 Golf 3.00 Sewer 3.75 Library 57.09 all depts 991.94 " 302.15 Lib ~ Police 2.00 ail depts 198.80 Police 5.65 Audit 1,063.36 Sts 3B.lO /ih::ver~s Shell Cil Co Sonny's B,¼. Tir~ {:tore Sports 1,iorina Texaco Texaco, Ina Union Oil Co Valley rump & Equip. ~estioghouss LOi!liam C. Fowler Dick DaOue Doyce ~]urgess Rar~on Oevill Jr Jack Laswell Oames Madden Norman D. 8ur:~sss Ralph Murray 8us Johnson Uob Cameron Donald 3ohnson Erode 3urgess Mike Bishop Petty Czsh-Joye CatlJn Donald Fitzwater F:etty Cash-Lois Jilds Eldon Rogers Ideal Gas Co R~elson Plumbing Richard Nesbitt U.S.Post Cf Fica Library 1P.24 i~oiice 7.64 all depts 1i2.97 Sewer 3.50 St Oiling 3.83 Police 3.8.7 B!olice 15.37 Go if 10.81 ~:e.4er 29.16 Parks 41.15 Fire De~t 18.00 " t0.00 " 3.00 " 3. O0 " "~ ' ~.50 " 22. O0 " 1.00 " 1.00 " 5 " 22.00 " 5 . O0 ' 5.08 W{~t S. Ssw 30.{30 Fire Dept 55.00 Clerk 15.00 Go If 306.95 Golf 69.50 ail depts 152.09 police 51.27 Water S sewer 15.00 r-m rL. 11owing the r~ading of the hills, Evans moved t!e bills koe asproved and srdered said. The motion h~as seconded by Archer and upon voted declared carried unanimously. No further business comino Oaf ore the i3oard the meeting was declared recessed ontil the cell of the Chair. Cl~Pk June ]., 1970 A rec!ular_~ meeting oF the City o? ....... ,c~ai! k~y th,c~ 2ity Ccuncll was held on the above da%e amP'! 'the i:'olh3LJin~ l~uJJ_n~ s tr,~nsc,cted. N'~smL, ers srssent ~.~e..-'s r',iay~sr Boos, Councilmen Lyons, dailace, Archer and 5ch:~ufelberger. 3chr~sucaelberoer_, ~ moved the meeting of May ,t, _]970 be ~adjourned which m.-tion w~s sec{}n,~d by £vans ~!nd u~on vote ,~ecl:~r[:d c~rried unanimously. -/everal v~itors ~ere prc~:,ent ~and jeanett'~ !e~stln st~had she was present on~,~"S~ c, mF QF tl,r~ Lihr~ry f~-~erd rsozrding, ,_ a ns(,J Lihr~:~ry _i~ilding_ . ""-.,~niss w~ich h ~d ~=en ~]_lo~=~ - ~ c~ ..... ,~b.=~ ~'e C. ihy must i-,r~,~ '{~1~.6 of the cost ~nd the Land nec- m~xs~>ry For enV new cons~;ruc~on hnd the ha!lance of ~:% cou].~ nosf:ihlv necessary For th~ a?p]_ic~t~sn For fonds anr~ w~'~ntqd to know if t~e Council ob]set;ion was hsd sy thc :Council Bo 3roceed until expense is iocurred ~indo~ss iFi tho Fe.~ Poem at th,:~ City Park and Fac!uBs%ed "-~--h %F8y h~'~': Fc:llen do~.~n, ;]~=,n ciiscussed w~os e rsrs;.~os~ed sidew~lk end a revieL0 of ~ ..... , ........................ ~t StOFi8 later in the year st which time any violations could be noted. The requ~:~t was made to place signs in the City showing where the City Dump was located. Follmwing discussion it ~I~eared three signs would be satisfactory and could be i~osted on l~iission St arid ~ighway 55 and on the County road and Fighw~y 55 udjccsnt to the air~ort and at the ~untion of the road into thc- City dump and Mission st. The aarbaga cans at t?~e ~ublic ~[~e~ch w ici~ were being u~ed for domestic garbage were discussed st length. The ~ossible methods of discouraging this type of use were reviewed, the ~ossibility of moving smaller cans toward tr~-~ ~each area making it dif~'icutt to dump garbage out of cars might solve the problem. The larger cans which were near the roadway would be removed. ~t~e Mayor reviewed the past complaints which had Oeen made to the Council when tt'is '~ct!on h~d caen ~0reviously taken. A reque:~t was made to place a ~ree adjacent to the Park Motel in the F'ublic Park. It was reported t?s State of Idaho tree digger and planter was to be in McCall later in the year and a tree could be transplanted ~hot time There followed a further discussion on the status of the f~ll adjacent to the lake at the park at tbs end of ~rd St. adjacent to the Fork Motel end improvements which could be made in this area. There followed a discussion on a parking area for the downtown area and also a clean-up of the adjacent area which had been the J-Cee Park. Tho Park maintenance for tke coming year was reviewed and a status of the proposed O.E.O. orogram was discussed. The development of the Park ~lan at the Golf Course was reviewed and help from other civic gr~:ups discussed. It was reioorted the vacancy created by the resignation of Alice Moltke on the McCall Memorial ~qosoital 5nard should be filled end following a discussion on appointees, Ochaufelberger moved t~-,at Ilah Gillespie be appointed to fill the unexpired term of Alice Moltke. Follwoing discussion the motion was seconded by Wa lace and uoon vote declared carried unanimously. Schaufel~erger reported that on thc necessary alterations for the instal .... ' ±o~on of a new X-Ray machine and stated the approximate cost would be !~,140, following discussion on the several bids which had been received, Archer moved to approve the bid of i-ialdeman & william- son for the installation. Motion was seconded by Evans and upon vote declared carried unanimously. 8OdS briefly reviewed some problems which had arisen on the ambulance service which was operated by volunteer drivers where a duplication had occured between the ambulances of McCall and Cascade, he stated that some type of communication or radios should be installed to avoid similiar conflicts in the future. The matter was referred to the hospital board for possible aotion. Archer stated he had received a reccommendation for placing a Yield sign where Lenore St. meets 1st St. end also reported that the Stop sign was missing at the juntion of the Pack-out building and highway 55. Following dissossion, ~rcher moved to install a Yield sign on the juntion of let St. and traffic on Lenore St. Yield at that Juntion. The motion was seconded by Wallace and upon vote declared carried un- animously. Evans stated that the Fire truck had been painted and that a truck had been borrowed from the Episcopal Conference Center while the truck was being ~ainted. ?allowing discus~-~on, Archer moved a letter of thanks be writte~ to the episcopal Conference Canter thanking them for the use of their truck. The motion was seconded by Schaufelberger and uoon vote was declared ca,tied unanimously. Evans reviewed the trial between the City of McCall and Shelton and the rulings which bad been made by the Judge, be stated that additional briefs were to be filed by the Attorney and a ruling should be handed down in the near future. Evans reviewed the water ~ sewer billings of I'~irs. Don Numbers and following a discussion it was the o!::~inion of the 8nard that an adjust- ment be made. W~{~il~ace reviewed tan ~0r~sent Dog Erd~n:~nce and stuted he would check again with Collenbaugh on ti~e cast of h.~ndt~ne tl-,e animals. Boos stated that several vacancies existed on the Zoning C mmiss..on and these sos~t~omsshould b,~ ?il]ed l'e s~ated ~ ~t several ;~eop!e had shown interest ~nd ~,s commeoded the a~pointm~mt of ~ob Scales and Don Corbin .... nino Co~miss~on to fill the vacancies of Francis Wail~ce and ~' ~ Engen. 7c!low~ng discussion, ,;al~ovsd to a~-prove the as~:,ointment of ~ob 5coles and C;~rb~n to Che Zoning Co'~m~ssion which motion was seconded by ~a lace and uoon vote declared carried unanimously. Goos r~corted the water construction wo~!ld be core,slated on t~s [loll Course and no. t0-12-1~-15-16 ~, 4~5,6 E? fairways would all be under water. The oresent water system ~as discus~ed and those areas which remain to be completed were revie~,Jed. Eioes ~rescznted a floor i~ler' 7or the extsntion of the ex~sting Clubhouse ~nd reque.:ted permission o? the Council to gm aha-sd with the additional The {]clf Tournaments ~;lans ,4ere briefly reviewed. Seet~n reL'orted contacting Charley Finsiey on the adr_!itional area adjacent to th? oressnt golf course and stated the parking area co ~ld be acouired by th]: City. 7-11 w~ng d~scussion it was the o~]inion that an appraisal ..... roo.~r~y h~ ma prior to any act on being taken. ~' m-~d ..... de hich had arrived and &rcber ~u~= s,~ informatinn on the new ±_~ r w discussed tre financing and lease rental ~=rrangernent on th=_ new macicine. i~{-~tin rs~0orted that ,iravel was going to bs crushed for ' ~ , ~ -o~ County ti~is year and he ~o_JiO c~ntact the crusher for a ~}rice For ..... e City stock pile. The ~, er application from Oixie Pollock was read following which iJallaca moved the ai;01slic~t~on be >-]~] roved, motign was seconded by Evans ~nd upon vote decla'~d carried unan~ A letter From .ierve ~lson thanking tine Council f,or his support of the sUm~lBI' reore'ition '~rogI'~rfl bJans read, [J ns st~ ted ti-e ,Attorney · -~ ~'~, ~ [2;s tank ordinances and aisc th~s C~ty should com~=-~o the zoning of s}! areas w2thin one mile of 5he City !~m~ts. The several bills George Gu? SolF Wi].li:~m H >,cker Foolice Clyde ircher Jr Council Donald 8oas " Norman Eur~jess i--ire Joye S. Cstl~n ~Jatsr l~arry Cha!Fant .' J Clifford Evans Golf ~oLert Ren~klus ~sgal Etdon Rogers A H 3c~ suPs!haeger CLuncil W O J c~set~o ~11 Copts David S. clm~th sts ~iormon G. -Fh,;mpson Police ~rancis J~L!ac~ council ;~ichard V N:~sL~tt 2ol~ce George L. ]uy golf Martha M. C itwood l~brsry Evelyn 3; :_,riwin " As oc~ation of Idnho C~ties insurance Public Enis!oyse '~etiremsnt State oP id~aho tax~s(s?les tax) Id~::ho 7irst Ed; t}onai jank " Ji!liarn F. Luvelle Evans golf Lydia Rob]ars 3on q. Prosier Terry V. :rr~sier Dale L 3ordan i'/arino H ~iadillo yerrilt i~'~ 12eh William C 5 l~;sn 415 .OB 1. [] {3 33.75 L~6.75 198 .~4 ~.+ 2 ~ o, 22.97 297.01 27~ .26 145.50 _310.72 °1.67 720.21 !~5 5. '32 ~o.43 2]_.67 466.4? ~'i 65 134 , :~ ~ 87.11 2~ .23 566.84 24.72 1!4.58 123.94 128.29 125.31 ~9.25 118.t7 94.37 4~. 75 53.75 June 1, ].970 Cont. William !~mith William H .qcker R I Oevili Doyce Burgess Norman ~uroess Norman !~urgess Joys Catlin Msrtha B~itwood Dick Dague Don Fitzwater Harley Flemmer Danny Gray Ceo Guy Don Johnson jim Madden Eldon R. r%gers Lester Scheline American 6il Co Arnold Machinery Co Arrowhead Machinery Atlantic ~ichField Atlantic '~ichFie~d Baker ~ Taylor Bond OFf~ce Equip Eus's Service Consolidated Supply Continental Gil Co Damco Don's 76 Service Idaho Powers Co Idaho State Penitentiary Idaho Telephone Co Ideal Gas Co May ~lardware Military Dept McCall Disposal NORCO McCall Memorial lq~spitat Pacific Northwest Bibliographic Petrc!ane Pbittips Petroleum Sargent-Sowe!l Schlofman !Shell Gil Co Sports Marina Standard Cil Stan's Auto Parts The Bt:~r News Tsxaco,Inc Transport Clearings Van Waters ~ Rogers WECP Z F Industries Nelson Flumbing Golf 36.00 nolice 6.80 ?ire 6.00 ,, 4.00 , 10.00 police 8.00 Water~ Sewmr 53.46 Library 6.10 Fire 10.00 ,, 19. O0 '~fi 23.40 Fire 2.00 ual 5.25 Fire I0.00 , 2.00 Golf 152.00 ,, 66.90 Police 6.72 wa~er g sewer 106.24 streets 45.99 all depts 199.62 police 41.32 Library 127.73 all depts 464.48 Streets 6.40 Golf 3,780.50 police ~ water 23.15 Library 19.07 Golf 6.00 all Depts 1,336.34 Streets 58.80 all depts 200.32 water 33.25 all deps 53.10 w~ter ~ sewer 15.00 ]ib.,poiice,parks 20.00 ~a t. er 2.51 ? ire 38.35 Library 20.00 water 29.79 police 15.70 Str!~ets 34.76 Golf 125.00 police ~8.88 Golf 27.91 police 12i16 streets 27.56 all depts 1,'.6.8~ police 16.31 streets ~..00 water 49.80 Golf 172.66 Sewer 78.85 sewer 142.00 .".07 Following the reading of the bills Cchauflelberger moved the bills be approved and ordered paid, the motion was s-~conded by Wallace and upon vote declared carried unanumously. No further business coming before the ~oard the meeting was declared recesse,d until the call' of the Chair. C LE R¼ ._~/-' -MAYOR June 15, 1970 A continuation of the regular meeting of the City Council was held on ..... us~ne~ transacted the above ~=te and ti~e following ~ ' ~'~ . Members present were Mayor Boos, Councilman Wallace, Schaufelberger, Evans and Archer. The Mayor skated the meeting was called for the purpose off considering the issuance of a Liquor License to Geoge Guy at the McCall Municipal Golf Course. He stated ~ meeting had been held of the Golf CommiLtee and they recommended a License be granted if a proper location was o_t. on tl~e premises, i~;~r i:',~llLJ~J~u ~:i o_~:::cussion on locations, including a stall in ~ne L~n!F Cart stor:~[~e buiid~.ng, Following dis- cu'~s~on, SchauFelber~er moved to authorize t~e issuance of a Liquor L~cense~ to Go~rge~_~ .. Guy at ~he McCall Municipal Golf Course u~;cn payment of the License Fee an~,~ 4he_ soreement~ that i;he C~t~j would receive an amount equal to 10% of ~h= gr ~= ~ ese liquor sales. The motion was ,._seconded by ~: !~cs r",,~d u~:on vote ':Jeclar~d cart'= ~._~d unmnumously. r'Oe Further !::.usine%s ccn~.ing !:"of'ore the L]llJrrcJl, the meeting was declared recessed until the c~!l of ~he Chair. CLER¼ Iq A Y 0 ~ July 6, 1970 A regular meeting of the City Council of the City of McCall was held on the above date and the following business was transacted. Members present were Mayor 8ocs, Councilmen Ulallace, Schaufelberger, Evans and Archer. Wallace moved the meeting of June 1, 1970 be adjoruned which motion was seconded by Evans and upon vote declared carried unanimously. The minutes of June 1, 1970 were read and approved as read. Claude Fields was present on his water & sewer billings on the Fields Apartment building and following discussion, Ordinance 8-1-43 was read and ~iscussed at length. The new method of billing was reviewed and the nece:~sity of his reporting the occupancy each month was reviewed. Wayne French was present on proposed changes in the street right of way facing the Warren Wagon ~oad. He reviewed the rmad way and stated that a trade could be made between French and the City of McCall which would place the road in its actual location. Following discussion on the establishment of a roadway by use, the Mayor stated the matter should be tabled until such time as the Council could go to the area and in- spect the premises. Boos stated that a request had been made for the purchase of City land on Second and Lenore St. and the Attorney explained the legal steps necessary for the sale of the land at public auction. Various costs which would be involved were discussed and a discussion followed on where the City could relocate its shop and equipment storage. Follow- ing a poll it was the unanimous opinion of the Board to proceed with the publication of the notice of intent to sell and publish a necessary legal notice. Boos stated that ambulance drivers had not yet been paid and were operating on a volunteer basis. The matter was referred to the Hospital Board. Seetin reported that no bid had yet been received for gravel for the City stock pile. Remaklus stated that no decision had yet been received on the Shelton vs City of McCall case. Evans read a letter from Emery Carr regarding water and sewer billings and also reported on a list of people yet to hook on the C~ty Sewer and those yet not connected. Bection 8-1-17 was reviewed and possible revision was reviewed amending that section. It was the opinion of the Board that the fee under this mection should be changed to $5.00 in lieu of the ~1.00 as shown. Boos read a letter from the Attorney regarding the limitations of loads of gasoline which could be delivered and the Burns, Ore. Ordinance was reviewed, there followed a lengthy discussion on the circumstances of the ordinances of Ontario, Ore. and Burns, Ore. and no action was taken pending additional information. Bill Acker, Police Chief, was present and reported on the 4t3 of July week end and the good attitude of the youmg people which were in McCall. He briefly reviewed the problems that were encountered and the costs which were incurred by the police dept. He thanked the Council for its backing and also requested that the State Police, Liquor Law Dept., State Fish and Game Dept. be thanked for their help during this time. The County Zoning Ordinance was briefly reviewed and the adoption of City Ordinance outside the City Limits discussed. Boos reported that an appraisal of the Tinslev property adjacent to the Golf Course had been received. The several bills were read for payment: Pacific States Cast Iron Pipe Co William H. Acker Clyde Archer Donald Boos Norman Burgess Jove Catlin Larry Chalfant Bill Evans J Clifford Evans William A Kirk Robert Remaklus Eldon Rogers A H Schaufelberger W 0 J Seetin David B Smith Norman G. Thompson Francis E. Wallace Richard V Nesbitt Association of Idaho Cities Water police 8card I! Fire water & sewer water ~ sts Board golf clerk legal golf board all Depts streets police board police insurance Public Employee Retirement System State of Idaho Tax Collector Internal Revenue Valley County Trust Funds State Tax Collector George L. Guy Michael L. Graham Douglas H. Rae Martha Chitwood Evelyn V. Goodwin Eva J. Neisinger F. Luvella Evans William Fowler Jon R. Frasier Lydia Rogers Marino Radillo Richard Remaklus Leonard & Alpha Ackaret Tim Ryan David Smith Jon P Seetin Bill Fitzwater Donald Johnson Jim Madden Donald Fitzwater Norman Burgess R J Bevill, Jr Doyce Burgess Mike Bishop William Smith Roger Ross Gene Williamson Jack Laswell Gary Smith Ron Wright Frank Stewart George S. Lemberes Jim Brooks Norman Burgess Norman Burgess William Acker Richard Nesbitt Acheson Motors American Oil Co Association of Idaho Cities Atlantic Hichfield Arnold Machinery taxes !! Golf # Library golf Parks Golf I! Barks & Beaches Golf Airport Golf & Water Fire Parks & Beaches Golf police " (dues) Sewer & water 10,095.14 501.08 1.00 33.75 33.42 190.91 424/94 22.97 297.01 274.26 145.50 310.72 21.67 674.01 456.92 466.43 21.67 466.47 274.41 560.84 488.22 2,401.40 2,227.10 250.50 656.65 153.60 100.00 93.18 60.54 43.20 154.30 128.28 4O .00 177.71 341.11 279.46 3,420.00 171.49 78.92 365.67 4.00 12.00 6.00 23.00 12.00 4. O0 4.00 4.00 9.00 22.50 26.00 53.00 70.00 53.00 62. O0 58.00 82. O0 54.40 121.85 79.6~ 5.50 287.00 4.23 45.00 35.25 251.06 Arrowhead Machinery Midcontinent Area Sinclair 2 B's Signs Baker ~ Taylor Baxter Foundry & Machine Boyd Martin Co 8us's Service Cliff Carlson Caxton Printers Consolidated Supply Co Continental Oil Co DEMCO Dan's Saddlery Don Coski Chevron Emmett Truck Gary Garland H & W Electric Haldeman & Williamson M E Hoff Idaho Power Co Idaho Telephone Co Idaho Library Association John's Texaco Johnson Flying Service Leon Uniform Co May Hardware Merc Moore Business Forms Mundix McCall Wisposal McCall Cleaners McCall Drug Store National Police Chiefs Nelson Plumbing Streets all depts golf library water Golf all depts golf Clerk water police Library Police Fire Golf Parks golf,sewer & parks Parks Road oiling Ail Depts Ail Depts dues airport & golf Airport Police all Dep~s Police water & Sewer Sewgr police & library police clerk police golf, parks & jail Payette Lakes Lumber all Depts Pacific States Cast Iron & Pipe Water Petty Cash Petty Cash Phillips Petroleum Rowland eros Standard Oil Shaver's Shell Oil Co Sonny's O.K. Stan's Auto Parts Star News Texaco, Inc Transport Clearing Union Oil Co Valley Auto Parts Valley County Von's Sales & Service WECO Weiser Cyclery Western Store Western Equipment William Kirk Insurance water & sewer clerk police sewer police golf,police lib,parks Golf Police dump, water & golf golf,water & sewer Police water police water golf-airport water golf Police water,sewer,streets all depts 21~.01 345.07 3.75 378.19 145.80 2,995.00 29.83 15.45 7.44 1,883.68 15.09 ~1.44 74.85 10.00 76.57 500.00 29.52 80.00 150.CO 1,091.45 155.93 29.00 30.05 34.95 11.80 114.55 14.97 226.08 41.10 2.00 2.50 8.04 12.50 612.07 424/04 3,622.25 35. go 22.50 34.64 32.00 25.60 88.54 14.70 74.63 42.82 79.60 17.13 14.58 24.96 15.69 497.75 5.00 113.19 145.00 35.93 .635.79 137.00 Following the reading of the bills Schaufelberger moved the bills be approved and ordered paid, the motion was seconded by Evans and upon vote declared carried unanimously. No further business coming before the Board the meeting was declared recessed bntil the call of the Chair. ? Clerk July 13, 1970 A continuation of the regular meeting of the CitV Council of the City of McCall was held on the above date and the follmwing business transacted. Members present were Mayor Boos, Councilmen Schaufelbergsr, Archer, Evans and Wallace. The Mayor stated the purpose of the meeting was ~or the consideration of the proposed Ordinance No. 294. Evans introduces and moved the adoption of the proposed ordinance no. 294 an Ordinance expressing the intention of the City of McCall, Idaho to sell certain Real Property belonging to such City and not used for Public ~urposes; setting a date for such sale; describing such real property; setting a Public Hearing upon such proposition; and setting forth the terms upon which such sale shall be made. The Ordinance was read at length and following discussion, Archer moved the rules be suspended for the passage of proposed ordinance no. 294. The motion was seconded bV Wallace and upon vote declared carried unanimously. Schaufelberger seconded the motion moving the adoption of Ordinance No. 294 and upon vote was declared carried unanimously. The request from G. Joe Edwards and Ronald C. Bowling for a Catering License at the Municipal Golf Course was reported by Boos and discuss- ed. Following discussion Evans moved to approve the request at a fee of 3120.00 a day, which motion was seconded bv Schaufelberger and upon vote declared carried unanimously. The Council which had inspected the area which had been proposed in a trade by Wayne French further discussed the proposition, following which Schaufelberger moved the trade be approved, motion was seconded by Evans and upon vote declared carried unanimously. No further business coming before the Board the meeting was declared recessed until' the call of the Chair. Clerk July 21, 1970 A continuation of the regular meeting of the City Council of the City of McCall was held on the above date and the foll~wing business trans- acted. Members present were Mayor Boos, Councilmen Schaufelberger, Archer, Evans and Wallace. The Mayor stated the meeting was called for the purpose of considering proposed Ordinance No. 295. Evans introduced and moved the adoption of Proposed Ordinance No. 295 an ordinance regarding the sale of City property; repealing Ordinance No. 294, passed and approved July 13, 1970; expressing the intention of the City of McCall, Idaho to sell certain Real Property belonging to such City and not used for Public Purposes ; setting a date for such sale; discribing said real property; setting a public hearing upon such proposition; and setting forth the terms upon which such sale shall be made. The Ordinance was read at length and following discussion Archer moved the rules be suspended for the passage of proposed ordinance no. 295. The motion was seconded by Wallace and upon vote declared carried unanimously. Schaufelberger seconded the motion moving the adoption of proposed Ordinance No. 295 which upon vote was declared carried unan- imously. No further business coming before the Council the meeting was declared r~cessed until~f._~- --~ ~"~the call of~..~~ the Chair. ~/~/ ~ Clerk ~ July 29, 1970 A continuation of the regular meeting of the City Council of the City of McCall was held on ~he above date and the following business trans- acted. Members present were Mayor 8ocs, Councilmen Archer, Wallace, Schaufelberger and Evans. The Mayor stated the meeting was called for the purpose of discussion of the sale of proposed city property and alternate locations which could be utilized by the City in the event of the sale. It was reported the appraisal had been made at the value of $325 per foot or a total of ~39,000. Seetin reported that he had drawn up plans for a new City Building with an estimated cost of $40,800 which build- lng would house all City Offices. The sale of lots excluded the present office building which could be utilized and moved. The appraisal also provided that a $1500 cost figure would be included for the re- moval of the present shop building, It was reported the Fire Truck could be stored at the Southern Idaho Timber Association during the summer with no charge, during the winter months it could be stored at the old Standard Station Building at $25 per month. Mayor 8ocs stated that Chas. Tinsley will give the City the first option on his property should the City be interested. At the present time it did not appear the property mas necessary but the City would possibly be interested in the three lots adjacent to the golf course at a later date. No further business coming before the Ooard the meeting was declared recessed until the call of the Chair} / Clerk August 3, 1970 A regular meeting of tk~e City Council of the City of McCall was held on the above date and the following business transacted. Members present were Mayor Boos, Councilmen Schaufelberger, Wallace, Evans and Archer. Wallace moved the meeting of July 6, 1970 be adjourned, which motion was seconded by Evans and upon vote declared carried unanimously. The minutes of the previous meetings were read and approved as read. John Jasper was present on his subdivision adjacent to the City Limits and reveiwed the street width and the donation of street right-of-way. The changes in the plat made by the County were discussed at length and the differences between the plat as shown and that accepted by the City in ~arch of 1969 were reviewed in detail. Following lengthy dis- cussion no action was taken pending information from the Attorney. Also reviewed was the vacation of Boydstun Drive and Jasper stated he would meet with the County Commissioners at their next regular meeting. The Mayor stated that this date had been designated as the hearing date for the proposed sale of C~ty property located in Block 3, Lots 1 thru 4 of the Original Townsite of the City of McCall. He asked for any comments or opinions on the proposed sale, Clarence Spielman who was present, stated he wished to register a complaint on the condition of the street roadway thru the golf course and Highway 55. Archer stated there were no plans to do any additional paving this year, however, necessary maintainance would be taken care of as required. There follow- ed a discussion on the limitation of funds available and the limitations imposed on the City by House Bill 304. It was reported the City was having rockcrushed and gravel would be available for oiling next year. The contract between the City of McCall and the Union Pacific Railroad No. LD 21620 for a water pipe line crossing, was read and discussed. Following disscussion, Schaufetberger moved the Mayor be authorized and instructed to sign the renewal agreement. The motion was seconded by Archer and upon vote, declared carried unanimously. Evans reported on the cut-off of water users and the collections which had been made to date. The water had been turned off at one location and was turned on by the owner. The City Ordinance prohibiting the same was reviewed and following discussion it was the opinion that a warning be given and future violations be prosecuted. Also discussed was the Mission Apts. bill and the protest was duly noted. nemakulas reported on the status of the Shelton vs the City of McCall Water and Sewer case and a letter from Attorney malters to Judge Durtche was read. Remaklus stated that he wished to file additional briefs on behalf of the City. A letter was read from Backe in the Lardo area stating that he had been billed for service when it was not available. Following discussion it was the opinion of the Board that a credit be allowed. Evans also reviewed a list of people that were within 300' of the sewer and not yet hooked on. Most users apparently needed sewer pumps but still must connect to the sewer. The Attorney stated that any unpaid amounts for sewer would be certified to the County Tax Collector. Following discussion all persons within 300' of the sewer were to be billed and any certifications made to the County. There followed a further discussion on the French property and the corner which protrudes into the street right-of-way. As French was not present, no action was taken. There followed the reading of the bills for payment: 939 4O 41 42 ~4 45 46 47 48 49 5O 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 6O 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 7O 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 8O 81 82 83 84 85 William H. Acker Cr Clyde Archer Donald L Boos Norman Burgess Joye Catlin Larry L Chalfant Bill A Evans J Clifford Evans Void Robert Remaklus Legal Eldon Rogers Golf Const. Evelyn V Goodwin Library Martha Ch~twood " A H Schaufelberger Board W 0 J Seetin Ail Depts. David B Smith streets Norman G Thompson Police Francis Wallace Board Richard V. Nesbitt Police George L. Guy Golf William A. Kirk Clerk William C Fowler Parks Richard Remaklus Golf Tim Ryan " Ceo Guy ,' William Smith airport & parks Carl G Veaux Golf John Armstrong " Geo Guy " Martha Chitwood Library Joye Catlin Petty Cash Winky Bevill Fire Mike Bishop ,, Doyce Burgess " Norman Burgess ,, Dick Dague ,, Bill Fitzwater " Don Fitzwater ,, Don Johnson " Jack Laswell ,, Jim Madden ,, Bland Yelton ,, Atlantic Richfield police & golf Baker & Taylor library Baxter Foundry ~ Machine sewer Bond Office Equipment clerk The Book Shop library Police 507.02~- Board 1.00-~ " 33.75 Fire 33.42 water ~ sewer 192.28 water & streets 429.17 Board 22.97 Golf 302.54 ~ 145.50 316.25 76.25 108.87 21.67v- 681.84 459.96 469.47 21.67~ 471.65 636.12 174.26 159.96 291.06 309.90 104.53 73.64 186.38 10.00 6. BO 3.00 26.00 4.00 4.00 6.OO 12.00 4.00 2.00 23.00 10.00 4.00 12.00 4.00 136.06 48.4O 137.70 17.50 44.27 986 Brown't Tie & Lumber golf,sewer &sts. 399.04 87 Bus's Service streets 7.19 88 Cloverdale Nursery golf 30.00 89 Bonely ,, 98.15 90 Consolidated Supply water 370.51 91 Continental Oil Co water,sts,police 26.10 92 Dan's Saddlery police 24.95 93 Del Chemical Fire Dept 686.60 94 Doubleday & Company Library 52.91 95 Fisher's golf 96 H & W Plumbing golf, parks 134.71 97 Idaho Bit & Steel sts& sewer 17.65 98 Paul A Dehlin sewer QT.00 99 Idaho Power All Depts 1,231.23 1000 Idaho State Penn. Water 19.50 O1 Idaho Telephone Co Ail Depts 183.38 02 May Hardware & Glass sts ~ golf 42.08 03 McCall Cleaners police 4.45 04 McCall Disposal library & police 2.00 [05 McCall Rexall Drug police ~ clerk 21.gO 06 Nat'l Geographic Society Library 9.80 07 Nebraska State Society ,, 6.36 08 NORCO sts& Fire 72.93 09 Payette Lakes Lumber parks, golf 64.29 10 Rowland Bros golf & sewer 174.50 11 Standard Oil sts,sewer 201.11 12 Stan's Auto Parts water,golf,parks 63.47 13 Star-News clerk,water,golf 141.47 14 Union [Oil Co police 15.50 15 Valley Veterinarian police 5.00 16 Western ~tore water,police,water 15.66 17 Weiser Cyctery golf 17.70 18 Wycoff Company streets 3.06 19 Public Employees Retire Insurance 563.61 20 Association of Idaho Cities " 231.63 21 State of Idaho Sales Tax 341.79 22 Shaver's golf 52.50 23 U.S.Post Office sewer ~ water 30.55 24 Void Schaufelberger moved the bills be approved and ordered paid. The motion was seconded by Evans and upon vote declared carried unanimously. No further business coming before the Board the meeting was declared recessed until the call of the Chair. CLERB ' September 8, 1970 A regular meeting of the City Council was held on the above date and the following business transacted. Members present were Mayor Boos, Councilmen Archer, Evans, Wallace and Schaufelberger. Evans moved the meeting of August 3, 1970 be adjourned which motion was seconded by Wallace and upon vote ~clared carried unanimously. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved as read. Wayne French was present and further discussed the trade with the City of McCall on the road right-of-way as previously discussed, and the possible change in right-of-way and street width. The county survey was discussed at length. On the proposed trade the piece of land jutting into the City Street was discussed and French stated he wou~ld give that portion of land to the City, the question of Engineering and the deeds from the City to be recorded at the County to complete the trade of ground were reveiwed and Fbench requested the City Attorney draw the deeds. There was no objmction on behalf of the Board to proceed. Ernie Ward was also present and stated that he had planned an expaansion of trailer court facilities and had a request to proceed altho a zoning conflict was possible. There followed a discussion on the zoning of the area in question. Following discussion the matter was referred ~ the zoning commission for recomendation. Other violations of the zoning ordaninance were reviewed which were const- ituted bv trailer homes being placed in class B residential areas without specific permission from the zoning commision. The City Code was reviewed and hearing requirements discussed. The trailer court requirements were reviewed in detail. Murray Williams presented a bill for the cleaning of the ditch adjacent to the highway in the Lardo Area to allow proper drainage of surface water following the sewer construction in the amount of $12.00. Following dis- cussion, no objection was had by the Board. He also requested the barrow pit be deepened for drainage on the r~ad in front of MMCL and the Chicken Roost. Senator Brown was present on the request of Jean Leone to deed a 30 ft. wide street adjacent to the Park Motel to allow access to the rear of the property. Following lengthy discussion, the Attorney was instructed to draw the necessary documents designating the requested area as a street right- of- way. The extention agreement of the sewer pipe line encroachment with the Union Pacific Railroad dated Oct. 2, 1950 was read. Following discussion, Evans moved the Mayor and Clerk be authorized and instructed to sign the extention agreement, the motion was seconded by Wallace and upon vote declared carried unanimously. A letter from Chet Moulton was read regarding State p~rticitation in gravel pHrchased for use at the Municipal Airport. The Clerk reported on monies which were available for transfer from the Water Revenue Fund to the General Fund following which Schaufelberger moved the transfer of $15,000 be approved, the motion was seconded by Evans and upon vote declared carried unanimously. At the request of Harold Engle, the City Attorney was instructed to prepare a Warranty Deed conveying'lot i of the FairwaV Subdivision in McCall, Idaho to Allan L. Baldridge. The bids for petroleum products as advertised for opening on this date were read and as follows: Gas Rremium Diesel Stove Long Valley Farms 24.5 26.~ 14.9 15.4 Richfield 22.81 24.71 14.01 15.01 American 22.95 25.25 15.02 15.52 Standard .22 .283 .14 .14 Evans moved to accept the low bid of Standard Oil Co for Die~el and Stove Oil and Richfield on gasoline. The motion was seconded by Schaufelberger and upon vote declared carried unanimously. Schaufelberger reported the X-Ray had been installed at the Hospital and was now in operation. Evans read a letter from S. W. Harwood from the Congregational Church property stating the garage which would be removed for parking and re- questing that water & sewer not be charged on the dwelling which was be- ing used as a SundaV School building. Following discussion no objection was had bv the Board. Seetin reported a request of the Pancake House for a dwelling billing rate instead of a Commercial rate. No action was taken pending additional in- formation. Evans reported an accident to the Englis girl on the City Dock following Red Cross Swimming lessons. Fo~&owing discussion the matter was to be referred to the Insurance Company. evans reported on the condition of the City Dock and the hazards of the dock. It wasthe opinion of the Board to place a barrier at the entrance of the dock. Evans reported that a Civil Defense exceroise was slated for Sept. 25, 1970 at the County Court House. The briefs which Remaklus had filed with the Judge on the Shelton vs City of McCall water case were reviewed. Archer discussed a merit rating increase for several employees however no action was taken pending information. An alarm system for sewer pumps stopage was briefly reviewed and the cost of the proposed installation for four pumps would be $10 each and $15 per month. The matter was to be reviewed following additional information. Evans reported a request from the Junior Class at the High School for use of the Fire truck at the Homecoming game. Fo~owing discussion, no objection was had by the Board. The several bills were read for ~ayment: 1025 William HAcker police 507.02 26 Clyde Archer Board 1.00 27 Donald L. Boos ¥ 33.75 28 Norman D. Burgess Fire 33.42 29 Ooye Gatlin water & sewer 192.28 30 Larry L Chalf~nt St. oiling 429.17 31 Bill A. Evans Board 22.97 32 J. Clifford Evans Golf 302.54 33 William A. Mirk Clerk 174.26 34 Robert Remaklus Legal 145.50 35 Eldon Rogers Golf Const. 316.25 36 A.H. Schaufelberger 8card 21.67 37 W.O.J.Seetin 681.84 38 David Smith Oiling 461.06 39 Norman Thompson ~Olice 470.57 40 Francis Wallace Board 21.67 41 Richard V. Nesbitt Police 472.75 42 George Guy Go~f 649.83 43 Merrill L. Saleen Golf Const. 43.75 44 Martha Chitwood Lib. 150.65 45 Evelyn Goodwin Lib 96.59 46 General Obligation Water 3927.50 47 Eldon R. Rogers 158.43 48 U.S. Post Office Postage Sewer 35.00 49 Johnson Flying Service Airport 9.72 50 Harold W. Day Airp~mt 157.38 51 Hugh Willey ~irport 170.00 52 R.I. Bevill Fire 2,00 53 Harold W. Day Streets 80.25 54 William Smith Parks 20.20 55 F. Luvella Evans Golf Const. 70.54 56 William C. Fowler Barks 1§3.94 57 Dick Remaklus Golf 241.99 58 Lydia Rogers Golf Const. 107.39 59 Tim Ryan 155.77 60 Rick Bowling Golf Const. 68.73 61 Norman Burgess Police 99.30 62 William H. Acker Mileage 15.00 63 Norman Burgess ,' 9.60 64 Richard Nesbitt Police 5.40 65 Mike Bishop Fire 4.00 66 Doyce Burgess , 6.00 67 Norman 8urgess ,, 22.00 68D Dick Dague ,, 8.00 69 Donald Fitzwater ,, 33.00 70 Danny Gray ,, 4.00 7~ Guy Ireland ,, 4.00 ~72 Bus Johnson , 8.00 73 Donald Johnson ,, 8.00 74 Jim Madden ,, 4.00 75 Bland Yelton ', 4.00 76 ~m~an Oil Co. Police 34.17 77 American Richfield 186.29 78 Atlantic Richfield Co. 28.49 79 The Baker & Taylor Lib 378.42 80 8axter Foundry Water & Sewer 192.90 81 8ond Office Equp Clerk 15.00 82 The Book Shop 17.94 83 Brown's Tie & Lumber 22.55 84 Bus's Service Fire & Golf 14.06 85 Cascade Auto Police 9.66 86 Cesco Sewer & Water 8.80 87 Consolidated Supply Water Const. 112.86 88 Martha Chitwood Lib. 3.48 89 Continental Oil Co. 21.88 90 Don Goski Police 60.15 91 Dale Gary Police 7.~4 92 Del Chemical Golf 104.33 1!? 1093 94 95 96 97 98 99 1100 O1 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 15 16 DoubledaV & Co. Fire Chief Magazine Fisher's General Fire Equip Growers Supply Haldeman & Williamson H. & W. Plumbing Hilltop Motel Library Other Expense Golf Fire Golf Parks Police Idaho Capt. O~ ~erdmautics OE Idaho Sparring Goods OE Idaho Telephone Idaho Power John's Texaco MaV Hardware Nitcham Specialty McCall Disposal Lib. McCall Radiator Shop O.E. McCall Rexall Nelson Plumbing Norco Pacific States Payette Lakes Lumber Petty Cash Phillips Peteoleu Airport Water Dept. Water Streets Water Fire Police Golf 17... Rich Personals 18 Shavers 19 Shell Oil Co. 20 Sonny's O. K. Tire Store 21 Standard Oil 22 " 23 Stan's Auto 24 Star-News 25 Steve Regan Co. 26 Supt. of Documents 27 Texaco Co. 28 Union Farm & Garden 29 Union Oil Co. .30 Van Waters & Rogers 31 WECO 32 Western Equip 33 Wvcoff Co. 34 H. & W. Plumbihg 35 Association of Idaho Cities 36 Public Employee Retirement 37 State of Ida~ho 38 Wal.~.ace Excav ting 39 State Insurance und OE Police Dump Police Golf OE Golf Streets Golf Golf OE Golf BE OE Water Water 15.40 7.50 9.20 433.71 14.25 188.32 Void 16.35 868,77 200.77 1651.21 1.O0 80.73 296.40 2.00 98.00 15.60 105. O0 7.94 306.65 2.65 15.00 15.33 35 .lO 44.06 5.07 l0.00 38.43 99.57 43.96 126.96 25.90 25.00 8.15 220.00 20.78 43.80 202.50 1097,37 1.75 95.53 231.63 5 65.82 337.91 12.00 550.38 Following the reading of the bills Evans moved the bills be approved and ordered paid, The motion was seconded bv Wallace and upon vote declared carried unanimouslV. No further business coming before the Board the meeting was declared recessed until the call of the Chair. CLER½ '"" "" '" MAYOR Sept . 11, 1970 A continuation of the regular meeting of Sept. 8, 1970 was held on the above date and the following business transacted. Members present were Mayor Boos, Councilmen Archer, Evans, Wallace and Schaufelberger. The Mayor stated the meeting was called for the purpose of meeting with the Zoning Ordanance and clartf~ng that ordinance regarding construction of Condiminiums. Present were Howard Carney and several Engeneers. Portions of the Ordinance were read following which the meeting was turned over to the Zoning Commission members present, Leonard Rowland, Michaels and Scoles. Absent were Cox, Chairman of the Commission and Bud Corbin. Following lengthly discussion on the proposed plans and construction the City Council stated the matter would be referred to and acted upon by the Zoning Commission as soon as possible. No further business coming before the Board the meeting was declared recessed until the call of the Chair. CLERK October 5, 1970 A regular meeting of the City Council of the City of McCall, Idaho was held on the above date and the following business was transacted. Members present were Schaufelberger, Wallace, Evans and Archer. Mayor Boos absent. The Mayor being absent, Schaufelberger, president of the Council, called the meeting to order following which Evans moved the meeting of Sept. 8, 1970 be adjourned. The motion was seconded bV mallace and upon vote declared carried unanimously. The minutes of thepprevious meeting were read and approved as read. Jack Seetin read a letter ~egarding Larry Chalfants attendance at schools regarding sewage operation and stated that Larry Chalfant was now a qual- ified certified lagoon operator. Following commendation by the Board, Seetin recommended both employees be certified on water operation as well 88 sewage. Ernie Ward was present on his previous request for a trailer court ex- tention. He stated the difference between a neat trailer court and other type was adequate storage. He requested permission to place a storage building on the back of the proposed lot. No objection was had by the Council as long as it would comply with Zoning Ordinances. John Jasper, who was present ,omr~ the ~asper Sub-division, reviewed changes in his proposal and changes made by the County survey. He requested the City of McCall vacate a portion of Boydstun St. and in return he would deed additional ground to the City for street purposes. Following discussion Wallace moved the attorney be instructed to draw an Ordinance vacating that portion of Boydstun Drive. The motion was seconded by Evans and upon vote declared carried unanimously. Acker was present on the Police Radio and stated the State bid would expire with General Electric on October 30, 1970. The equipment would cost approximately 25% more if the bid price was not ~cepted. The mobile unit and base station which were necessary, would cost approx- imately ~3,774. The City share of this purchase would be approximately $1,510. Following discussion Wallace moved to approve order of the radio equipment and receiver. The motion mas seconded by Evans and upon vote declared carried unanimously. It was suggested the existing radio be left at the ~elephone Company in conjuntion with the new page-boy system. Following discussion Evans moved to request rental of a page boy system for the Police on a trial basis. The motion was seconded by Wallace and upon vate declared carried unanimously. Seetin reviewed in detail the footage of water pipe that had been laid by the City during the summer months and that which was to be completed yet this fall. Fo]lowing discussion on budget expenditures to date, Archer moved to approve an increase in transfer of $25 per month in salary to Larry Chalfant and Dave Smith effective Sept. 1, 1970. Following lengthy discussion on the budgetary limitations the President declared the motion died for lack of a second. A report of the Golf Course Committee was read regarding the Golf Pro and the Golf Course operation and discussed at length. Following discussion Evans moved to accept the report of the Golf Committee which motion was seconded by Wallace and upon vote declared carried unanimously. BE IT RESOLVED, that the City of McCall, ,~~n alley-way 30 feet in width extending from the northerly end of Third Street to the high water mark of Big Payette La.ke, adjacent to and extending along the easterly boundary of Block 2 of the Second Addition to the Original Townsite of McCall. .~ BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that theh/~-L~h~%~-[~tr~- a~_~ma-i4~e ....... ~f sgmd alley is necessary to provide public access from L~.~u~_Street to the shore of Big Payette Lake. 119 A letter from Irene Fowler was read regarding the proposed re-zoning in the South portion of McCall. A letter from the Association of Idaho Cities was read asking for the name or names of people to be designated to represent the City for the Airport Utilities Committee. Following discussion the Council unanimously approved the appointment of A1 Schaufelberger and Bob Fogg to represent the City in this capacity. The contract from the State of Idaho for the taking of claims in the up- stairs of the City Hall for $30 rental for the coming winter was read. Wallace read the contract be approved which motion was seconded by Archer and upon vote declared carried unanimously. Acker read a copy of a letter from the Govemnmr to form a traffic safety commission. Following discussion the matter was referred to the Police Commissioner. There followed a discussion on the salaries at the Municipal Golf Course during the past year. Remaklus reccommended the request of Jean Park Leone be satisfied by a resolution designating the area as a 30' alley past the Park Motel to · the Lake. Following discussion on the resolution Wallace moved the attached resolution be approved, which motion was seconded by Evans and upon vote declared carried ~a~mmws~ with Bchaufelberger, ~ and Evans in favor, Archer ~pposed. The funds which had been received from the sale of the City property which was held at Public Auction was reviewed and Evans moved to approve the investment of these Funds by the City Clerk ~noTreasury bills. The motion was seconded by Archer and upon vote declared carried unanimously. Seetin reported that the purchaser of the building stated that it must be vacated by May 15, 1971. The several bills were read for payment: 1140 William HAcker 507.02 41 Clyde Archer Jr 1.00 42 Donald L Boos ~.75 43 Norman Burgess 33.42 44 Joye S. Catlin 192.28 45 Larry L Chalfant 429.17 46 Bill A Evans 22.97 47 J Clifford Evans 302.54 48 William A Mirk 174.26 49 Robert Remaklus 145.50 50 A H Schaufelberger 21.67 51 W 0 J Seetin 681.84 52 David B Smith 461.0~ 53 Norman G Thompson 470.57 54 Francis E Wallace 21.67 55 Richard V Nesbitt 472.75 56 George L Guy 649.83 57 Martha Chitwood 146.68 58 Evelyn Goodwin 86.77 59 City of McCall Hospital Bond Redemption Fund 375.00 60 U 8 Post Office 30.15 61 Richard Bowling 221.20 62 F Luvella Evans 39.79 63 William Fowler 82.25 64 James W Sanders 201.90 65 William HAcker 5.80 66 Norman Burgess 13.60 67 Richard Nesbi t 5.60 68 Wink Bevill 4.00 69 Mike Bishop 4.00 70 Doyce Burgess 4.00 71 Ernie Burgess 4.00 72 Norman Burgess 12.00 73 Bob Cameron 4.00 74 Dick Dague 4.00 75 Donald Fitzwater 23.00 76 Danny Gray 4.00 77 Bus Johnson 4.00 78 Donald Johnson 12.00 79 Jim Madden 6.00 80 Bland Yelton 4.00 1181 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 9O 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 1200 O1 O2 O3 O4 O5 O6 O7 O8 O9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 American Oil Co ARCO 8aker & Taylor Blackline Asphalt ~ales Brown's Tie & Lumber Co Continental Oil Co Dons 76 Service Esposition Press, Inc Gaylord Library Supplies General Electric H & W Plumbing & ~lectric Idaho Power Co Idaho Telephone Co Ideal Gas Co Idaho Dept of Commerce/Oevelopment Don Coski Chevron May Hardware McCall Disposal Old Time Bottle Publishing Payette Lakes Lumber Co Phillips Petroleum Co Rife, Wilson & Przybylski Rowland Bros Shell Oil Co Sonny's 0 ~ Tire Store Standard Oil Co void Stan's Auto Parts Western Equipment Wycoff Co.,Inc Zoning Bulletin Idaho First National Bank Public Retirement System Association of Idaho Cities 16.12 180.74 38.03 438.34 96.10 14.53 11.20 5.40 65.88 42.22 8.83 1,485.42 128.64 22.32 2.58 27.45 17.14 2.00 22.28 8.21 12.87 450.35 177.21 12.41 19.00 7.50 3.10 635.79 2.75 17.00 3~,395.36 void 260.70 Public Employee Retirement System of Idaho 544.58 Valley County Trust Fund 2,116.54 Johnson Flying Service 10.75 Office of State Sales Tax 61.07 Following the rsading of the bills, evans moved the bills be approved and ordered paid. The motion was seconded by Archer and upon vote declared carried unanimously. No further business coming before the Board the meeting was declared recessed until the call of the Chair. · ~ CHAIRMAN CLER½ ~ November 2, 1970 A regular meeting of the City Council of the City of McCall was held on the above date and the following business transacted. Members present were Mayor Boos, Councilmen Evans, Schaufelberger, Archer and Wallace. Evans moved the previous meeting be adjourned which motion was second- ed by Wallace and upon vote declared carried unanimously. The minutes of the pre~ious meeting were read and approved with the correction that the request of Jean Leone for a 30' alley adjacent to the Park Motel was not opposed by Councilman Archer. John Durbin was present on the proposed water line extention and stated that Bill Dienhard was sub-dividing an acreage and would be requesting water for that area. Evans made a report regarding the old water accounts and stated that the Clerk would complete a list for the Council to adjust or write off. Remaklus reported on the problems of certifying past due water bills to the County to be collected with the taxes and the certification of those w~ich had been sent him had been withdrawn. He stated he would review the water Ordinance and possible changes which should be made. 221. Boos stated the Dump had been set afire and was causing heavy smoke pollution and presented a possible health problem to the Co:~munity. The several m~thods of control were discussed and Seetin was instructed to look into a baleing type process and any other type of control to curb the burning. Boos stated the Council must decide on a replacement of the existing shop facilities and stated that he had considered the appointment of a 3-man committee to advise the Board on the best course of action as to the re- building or the purchase of existing property, following discussion, no objection was had by the Board to the appointment of a Committee to report to the Council prior to Budget time. Boos stated that under the Court Reform Act approximately ~2,000 would be the City's cost under the new law for Judicial Services and Remaklus brief- ly reviewed the provision of the new law and some changes which would be necessary. Wallace stated that reccomcended would soon be made on the traffic safety committee. Schaufelberger reported on the Hospital operation for the past month. Boos briefly reviewed the meeting of the Zoning Commission and the proposed dock facilities at Crystal Beach. He reported on a letter and phone con- versations which had been received from the State Land Board and the recc- omendations of the Zoning Commission. The bill of Mra. Eva Weibble in the amount of $70.33 for work done when the sewer line was constructed was read. Following discussion, Wallace moved the bill be denied which motion was seconded by Archer and upon vote declared carried unanimously. Mrs. Luella Hoff was present and requested the portion of the alley in Block 14 of McCall First Addition with the exception of that portion of the alley lying between lots 1 and 2, on one side of such alley and 19 and 20 on ~he other side of the alley, be vacated. Followimg discussion the Attorney was instructed to draw the Ordinance. Boos read a letter from the City Manager at Couer d alene regarding the organization of people in administrative capacities in Idaho for a City Manager Association. No action was taken. The several bills were read for payment: 1219 State of Idaho (SWT) 399.35 20 Internal Revenue Service (FWT) 2,015.20 21 William HAcker 507.02 22 Clyde Archer 1.00 23 Donald L Boos 33.75 24 Norman D. Burgess 33.42 25 Joye C Catlin 192.28 26 Larry L Chalfant 429.17 27 8ill A Evans 22.97 28 J Clifford Evans 302.54 29 Martha Chitwood 168.77 30 William A Kirk 174.26 31 Rabert Remaklus 145.50 32 A H Schaufelberger 21.67 33 W 0 J Seetin 681.84 34 David B Smith 461.06 36 Norman G TOompson 117.96 36 Internal Revenue Service 352.61 37 Francis E. Wallace 21.67 38 Evelyn' V Goodwin 66.63 39 Richard V Nesbitt 447.55 40 George Guyii 649.83 41 McCall Memorial Hospital 116.00 42 Idaho Power 30.33 43 George Guy & I.G.A. 311.00 44 George Guy 4.97 45 U S Post Office 30.00 46 Bryon C Rambo Crushing Co 2,244.60 47 Cascade Auto 24.80 48 James W Sand§rs 278.82 49 William T Smith 28.80 50 Joe Springer 7.60 51 Davis Stewart 7.60 52 Mrs Larry Chalfant 6.65 1253 Luvella Evans 7.60 54 Norman D Burgess 8.00 55 DiOk Dague 4.00 56 Donald Fitzwater 19.00 57 Don Johnson 8.00 58 ARCO 261.17 59 Atlantic Richfield 14.59 60 Association of Idaho Cities 5.00 61 Bobbs Merrill Co 7.42 62 Bus's Service 7.06 63 Concrete Ready Mix 75.70 64 Consolidated Supply 4,468.07 65 Continental Oil 20.50 66 Continental Oil - Denver 51.48 67 Del Chemical 304.56 68 General Fire Equipment 125.10 69 H ~ W Const 32.63 70 Harvey's T V Repair 11.02 71 Idaho Power Co ~,224.83 72 Idaho Telephone 192.09 73 May Hardware 25.19 74 MuniChem Corp 32.40 75 McCall Merc 5.00 76 Nelson Plumbing 99.25 77 Pacific States Cast Iron Pipe Co 1,384.12 78 Payette Lakes Lumber Co 6.81 79 Schlofman Tractor 150.00 80 Standard Oil Co 76.29 81 Standard Oil 136.31 82 Star News 62.05 83 William Stathem 36.00 84 ~exaco 5.25 85 Union Oil Co 69.18 86 U S Post Office 6.00 87 Valley Veterinarian 15.00 88 Western Equipment Co 635.79 89 Lois Wilde Petty Cash 10.48 90 Wycoff Co.,Inc 2.25 91 Association of Idaho Cities 217.92 92 Public Employee Retirement 614.59 93 Idaho State Tax - Sales Tax 16.60 94 C B Evans 8.24 95 M M M Book Ranch 56.75 96 Publishers Central Bureau 88.68 97 Library Conference Fund 6.00 98 The Book Shop 42.81 99 Valley County Agent 182.00 Following the reading of the bills, Schaufelberger moved the bills be approved and paid. The motion was seconded by Evans and upon vote declared carried unanimously. No further business Coming before the Boar~ the meeting was declared recessed until the call of the Chair. ~' ~' ..... CHAIRMA~- CLERM " December 7, 1970 A regular meeting of the City Council of the City of McCall was held on the above date and the following business transacted. Members present were Mayor Boos, Councilmen Archer, Evans, Schaufelberger and Wallace. Evans moved the previous meeting be adjourned, which motion was seconded by Schaufelberger and upon vote declared carried unanimously. The minutes of the ~rev&ous meeting were read and approved as read. A letter from the McCall Memorial Hospital Board was read recommending the appointment of B~ C. Armstrong and Don McMahan for reappointment to the Hospital Board for another three year term. Following discussion Wallace moved the recommendation of the Hospital Board be accepted and 81air Armstrong and Don McMahan be appointed to the McCall Memorial Hospital Board for a three year term effective January 1, 1971. The motion was seconded by Evans and upon vote declared carried unanimously. Regarding the Hospital operation, °chaufelberger reported the new re- quirements of Medicare to have qualifing hospitals sprinklered. Follow- ing discussion on the construction of the McCall Memorial Hospital build- ing, it appeared that a possible appeal from the additional cost of the installation of a sprinkler system would be made. A letter from Bob Fogg, Airport Manager, to Chet Moulton was discussed following which Schaufelberger stated Fogg should be contacted on the airport closure and the receipt of State monies for the Municipal Airport. 123 Boos reported a letter from C. Ben Martin to the City of McCall had been received regarding the collapse of the Alpine Homes building and the question of the duties of the building inspector were reviewed. The matter was refered to the City Attorney. The request of Tom Walsh for the snow p~owing of his road and the const- ruction of a portion of the City Street was reviewed by the Clerk. Follow- ing discussion Wallace moved to plow the snow until the matter could be investigated. The motion was seconded by Schaufelberger and upon vote declared unanimously. Evans reported on the old water accounts and a list was reviewed with the request that they be written off. Following discussion, Schaufelberger moved to approve the writing off of all delinquent accounts as presented in the amount of ~. ~ ~ ~ The motion was seconded by Wallace and upon vote declared carried unanimously. Remaklus reviewed the Shelton vs the City of McCall Water Suit, and dis- cussed his recommendation and changes in the water ordinance. Evans stated the Progressive Club had contaced him regarding the turning on of the Christmas tree lights and following discussion it was the opinion of the Council the lights be turned on Dec. 8, 1970. Also discussed were the height of the street decorations to avoid them being damaged by trucks. The numerous complaints which had been received on the operation of snomobiles ~n the City were reviewed and discussed and it was reported that oral warnings had been given, however written citations would now be issued. Boos stated the shop committee which had been appointed had not yet re- ported. The Mayor briefly discussed the changes which would be made in the City Police Magistrates system resulting from the Court Reform Act. Boos reported on the proposed operation at Crystal Beach. Regarding the hiring of the new Pro at the McCall Municipal ~olf Course Boos stated that 18 applicants had been screened and 4 applicants had been personaly interviewed. The Board unanimously recommended the hir- ing of Gary Tawzer. His back ground and experience were reviewed in detail, following which Schaufelberger moved the Board accept the rec- ommendation of the Committee which motion was seconded by Evans and upon vote declared carried unanimously. Remaklus reviewed the land exchange with Wayne FrenCh and stated an Ordinance would be required and publication would have to be made. Proposed Ordinance #296 was introduced by Evans and rea~ at length and following further discussion was tabled until additional information could be obtained. The Recorders Plat of Lot 1, Section 8, T. 18N, R. E. BM, by the Tudor Engineering Oompmny was preseneted and discussed. Following discussion no action was taken by the Council pending information on the Wayne French property. The following Beer Licenses were read: Duane S. Rudge, dba Lake Bowl, Freeman Cox dba Yacht Club, Francis Frost dba Chicken Roost Supper Club, Alice Spielman dba Dave's, Noel B. Eddins dba Noel's Cash Grocery, Ron Bowling & G. Joe Edwards dba Ron's Forester's Club, Bob ~ing dba Green Lantern Supper Club, Jeane R. Lemne dba Park Motel-Alpine Room-Cellar, Carl Shaver and Roger and Mary Bavidson dba Shaver's #2, Russell Gleas- on dba Village Motel, H. L. Ruard for the McCall Mere Co., The Shore Club Lodge Inc. and the Brass Lamp. Following discussion Wallace moved the Beer Licenses be approved which motion was seconded by Schaufelberger and upon vote declared carried unanimously. The several bills were read for payment: 1300 O1 02 O3 04 O5 O6 O7 O8 O9 10 11 12 14 15 16 17 18 19 2O 21 22 24 25 26 27 28 29 36 4O 41 42 44 C 45 46 47 48 49 5O 51 52 55 56 57 58 59 6O 61 62 64 65 66 67 68 69 7O 71 72 74 75 76 77 James W. Oanders William H. Acker Clyde Archer Donald L. Boos Norman D. Burgess Joye S. Catlin Larry L. ChalFant Bill A. Evans J. Clifford Evans William A. ¼irk Robert Remaklus A. H. 5chaufetberger W 0 J Seetin David B. Smith Norman G. Thompson Francis Wallace Richard V. Nesbitt Martha Chitwood Evelyn V Goodwin Wink 8evill Doyce Burgess Ernie Burgess Norman Burgess Bob Cameron Dick Dague McCall ~exall Drug Dempsey Lddins Rick ~spy° Don Fitzwater Danny Gray Barry Hankins Guy Ireland Bus Johnson Don Johnson Dale Jordon Jim Madden Tom Otto Bland Yelton Atlantic Richfield Baker & Taylor Rick Bowling Bond Office Equipment Brown'n Tie & Lumber Consolidated Supply Uo Children's Book Council, Inc Continental Oil Carl R Cowles Don's Service Doubleday Co.,Inc Cliff Evans W C Fowler Roland Hamell Idaho Concrete Pipe Co Idaho Plumbing & Heating Idaho Power Co State of Idaho Idaho Telephone Co Ideal Gas Co Rayno Kantola Dan Kirk Wm A Kirk Insurance May Hardware & Glass Mid-American Book Co McCall Disposal McCall mexall Drug Richard Nesbitt Pacific Northmest Library Assoc Payette Lakes Lumber Co Phillips Petroleum Co Rryon C. Rambo Crushing Robertson Wholesale, Inc Rowland Bros Joye Catlin Shaver's Shell Oil Co Standard Oil Co Standard Oil Co Stan's Auto Parts 138.27 507.02 1.00 35.75 53.42 192.28 A29.17 22.97 502.54 274.26 lA5.50 21.67 727.16 461.06 470.57 21.67 447.55 149.75 75.46 14.00 16.00 14.00 22.00 8.00 8.00 2.68 4.00 4.00 53.00 10.00 4.00 8.O0 12.00 22.00 4.OO 20.00 4.00 10.00 154.82 245.08 28.50 18.50 2~0.50 654.60 15.05 6.15 2~7.65 14.~5 30.24 270.00 28.80 284.50 85.60 72.86 1,052.52 ~2.50 165.66 111.46 5.00 10.00 550.00 26.54 14.57 4.00 12.94 11.00 5.00 366.38 5.86 4,000.00 172.11 1.50 14.95 4.18 5.93 20.24 223.10 99.05 1378 Sonny's 0 ~ Tire Store 137.59 79 Sears 63.56 80 U S Post Office 6.00 81 Union Oil Co 30.97 82 Valley Auto 5.49 83 Valley County Tax Collector 90.90 84 Western Equipment Co 699.25 85 Western Store 1.49 86 Hugh Willey 44.65 87 Wycoff Co., Inc 2.75 88 Association of Idaho Cities 217.92 89 Public employee netirement System 605.25 90 U S Post Office 30.00 Following the reading of the bills, Schaufelberger moved the bills be approved and paid. The motion was seconded by Evans and upon vote declared carried unanimously. No further business coming before the Council, the meeting was declared recessed until the call of the Chair. CHairMAN GLER½ x j .25 January 4, 1971 A regular meeting of the City Council of the City of McCall was held on the above date and the following business transacted. Members present were Mayor Boos, Councilmen Wallace, Archer, Evans and Schaufelberger. Evans moved the meeting of December 7, 1970 be adjourned which motion was seconded by Wallace and upon vote declared carried unanimously. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved as read. Neal Boydstun was present and requested the City of McCall not accept or pass on a new plat which had been made of portions of the Jasper- Boydstun Subdivision in the area of the Wayne French property. This new plat was made by the County Engineer and Boydstun stated he does not feel it is correct. He also objected to the County billing the property owners. Following discussion Mayor Boos stated the City would not approve the plat at this time. Tom Welch was present and again requested the City plow the street adjacent to his dwelling. Foll~wing discussion Mayor Boos requested the street be plowed. Merv Neisinger who was present, presented the Board with a letter which was read by Mayor Boos as to the cost of removing trash and hauling it to the present City dump. The report expressed ideas of to possible sources of revenue for the operation and mainentance of the dump area and proposed the possiblity of a mandatory garbage ordinance. Following discussion the Mayor stated that a m~eting would be held between be City and the County Commiss- ioners on the dump operation. A1Schaufelberger rev~mwed the hospital operation and reported to Council members the estimated increases in salaries that will be considered in the 1971 Budget. Evans introduced and moved the adoption ~_~f proposal Ordinance 296 which is the interim appropriation bill in the amount of $214,000. Following the reading of the Ordinance at length, Archer moved the rule be suspended for the passage of proposed Ordinance 296. The motion for the suspention of the rules was seconded by'Wallace and upon vote declared carried unanimously. The motion seconded the adoption of the Ordinance was made by Archer and upon vote declared carried unanimously. A letter from the Probate Judge to Mayor Boos regarding Juviniles in Court was read and placed on file with the City Clerk. The Committee which had been appointed ~y the Mayor for the possible locat- ion or reconstruction of a building for the City shop was discussed and the recommendations of the Committee which had bsen considered were to lease, build or rent shop facilities for the City. The Council felt that the construction of a new building was out of the question at the present time. The Committee stated that the shop building owned by Jack Seetin was available and it could be rented at 75.00 per month at the present time and when more space was avail- able in the building, it could be rented for 150 per month. The Committee felt this was a fair price and the owner would pay the taxes and insurance on the building, following ~iscussion, Evans moved the City of McCall rent the shop building for a period of 18 months,:~ startino January 1, 1971. The motion was seconded by Wallace and declared carried unanimously. There followed a short discussion as to when additional space would be available and the rent in- creased to ~150 per month. Mayor 8oos stated the City of McCall had received a check in the amount of i~5,000 from the 8oise Cascade Corp. to be used toward building a new City Hall. Letters were read from the City Clerk to Mr Thomas C Fry, president of the Idaho First National Bank, regarding the possible use of the bank building for Library pu~'oose~ when a new building was constructed. The letter of protest regarding the closure of the alley by Mrs. Faye Wallace was read, however no action was taken. The Mayor stated that all Councilmen would continue with the same committees that they served on during the year of 1970. The several bills were r~ad for ~ayment: 1391 92 94 95 97 98 99 1400 O1 02 04 O5 06 O7 O8 O9 10 11 12 14 15 16 17 18 20 21 22 24 25 26 27 28 29 ~7 4O 41 42 William H. Acker Clyde Archer Donald L. Boos Norman Burgess Joye Catlin Larry Chalfant Bill Evans J Clifford Evans William A ~irk Robert Remaklus A H Schaufelberger W 0 J Seetin David B Smith Norman G Thompson Francis Wallace Richard V ~ssbitt Sara M C~itwood Evelyn Goodwin U S Post Office Norman Burgess Donald Fitzwater Don Johnson Ralph Murray Arco Arnold Machiner~ Association of Idaho Cities Arco Baker & Taylor Brown's Tie & Lumber Co Bus's Service Collins electronic engineering Don Coski Chevron void Doubleday ~ Co General Fire Equi~ H & W Plumbing Idaho Land & Appreaisal Idaho PowerO Idaho Telephone Wm A ~irk Insurance May Hardware & Glass McCall Disposal McCall Rexall Bryon Rambo Crushing Go Rife, Wilson ~ Przybylski Rowland Bros Jack Seetin Shaver's Sonn¥'s 0 ~ Tire Store Sports Marina Standard Oil Void 507.02 1.00 33.?5 ~3.42 192.28 429.17 22.97 ~02.54 274.26 145.50 21.67 805.96 461.06 470.57 21.67 447.55 185.~0 47.64 16.80 12.00 23.00 12. O0 4.00 61.38 59.28 180.80 188.18 382.01 1,547.83 10.70 1,109.00 15.13 24.59 33.80 38.52 454.00 893.57 174.53 43.00 5.84 2.00 11.81 6,400.00 2.50 111.30 225.00 3.31 88.5O 9.50 void