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Council Minutes 1973 Jan-DecDecember 27, 1972 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 Evans, Wallace, Hardy and Archer. The Mayor stated the meeting was calleo for the purpose of considerin9 the renewal lease of the McCall Memorial Hospital with Valley County and for the aopointment of members to the Zonin9 Commission. Following discussion, Wallace moved to appoint Oohn Allen, Dr. £. 3. Drugs ~o fill the terms of Wayne Cox and Doane Michael and Margaret Fog9 to fill the unexpired term of 8ill Sendt. The motion mas seconded by Evans and upon vote declared carried unanimously. The renewal lease with Valley County on the lease with the McCall Memorial Hospital was read at iength and discussed. Evans reported on the meetin9 with Valiey County and folIowing discussion Evans moved the Ieasa extention agreement be accepted and the Mayor and the Cierk be instructed to execute the extention. The motion was seconded by Hardy and upon vote deciared carried unanimousIy. Hardy reviewed change order #2 on the installation of a sound proof wall which increased the contract by $1,100. Following discussion Hardy moved that change order # 2 be accepted in the amount of $1,100 bringing the total contract price to $72,618. The motion was seconded by Evans and upon vote declared carried unanimously. The complaint of Kent Paterson on the nuisance created by the dogs and horses of Wayne Williams was reviewed and the request to draw a notice of abatement discussed. Followin9 discussion Evans moved to have this City Attorney draw The Notice of Abatement. Following further discussion the motion died for the lack of a second. No further business coming before the Council the meeting was declared recessed until the call of the Chair. Clerk ~ January ~, 1973 A regular meeting of the City Council of the City of McCall was held on the above date and the foiiowing business transacted. Members present were Mayor Boos, Councilmen Evans, Archer, and Hardy, with Wallace absent. Evans moved the meeting of December 4, 1972 be adjourned, which motion was seconded by Hardy and upon vote deciared carried unanimously. The minutes of the previous meetings were read and approved as read. Kent Peterson and Bob Goodwin were present regarding the nuisance created by the horses and dogs of Wayne WiiIiams and outiined severai inc6dents iovoiving the barking dogs. FoIIowing discussion the matter was taken under advisement pending the passage of additionai ordSnance regarding the controi of animais. Hardy reported the hospital board would soon m:~et on the proposed hos- pitai iease with Vaiiey County. Regarding the construction of the Library, change order #) in the amount of $61.00 was read changing the electrical outlits and the installation for a recessed fan. The new total wouid be $70,210. Following discuss- ion Hardy moved to approve change order ~) which motion was seconded by Evans and upon vote declared carried unanimously. The progress of the Library Construction was reviewed and the painting which would be necessary was discussed. Regarding the Dog nuisances, Remaklus reviewed the problems of barking dogs and cases involvin9 previous nuisance complaints. He reviewed a new do9 ordinance to be proposed and reviewed the process of abatement. Following discussion, Evans moved to issue a notice of abatement on livestock in the City and following discussion the motion was seconded by Hardy and upon vote declared carried unanimously. Following further discussion, Evans introduced and moved the adoption of Pmoposed Ordinance No. 318. AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 4 OF TITLE V OF THE UILLA~E CODE OF McCALL, IDAHO, REGARDING DOGS, BY ADDING THREE NEW SECTIONS THERETO; DEFINING NUISANCE WITH REFERENCE TO MEEPING OF DOGS AND MAKING IT UNLAWFUL TO MAINTAIN SUCH NUISANCE;MAMING IT UNLAWFUL TO FAIL TO PROVIDE A DOG WITH SUFFICIENT FOOD, WATER, CARE AND SHELTER; AND PROVIDING A PENALTY. The Ordinance was read at length and following discussion, Archer moved the rules be susoended for the ~assage of ProDosed Ordinance #318. The motion was seconded by Hardy and upon vote declared carried unanimously. Archer seconded the motion moving the adoption of proposed ordinance #318 which upon vote, was declared carried unanimously. There followed a brief discussion on the Interim apDropriation ordinance and following discussions Evans introduced and moved the adoption of pro- posed Ordinance #319 providing for Interim ~'ppropriations. The ordinance was read at length, following which Hardy moved the rules be suspended ~or the ~assage of Proposed Ordinance #319, which motion was seconded by Archer and upon vote declared unanimously. Archer seconded the motion moving the adoption of proposed Ordinance ~319 which was upon vote, declared carried unanimously. Carl Ro~selli who was present stated the City was encroaching on his property and signs had been posted making it illegal to park on his property during late hours, he stated he did not object to the City use but did object to not being able to park on his property. Following discussion the matter was referred to the AttorneV to determine the location of the street right-of- waV in this area. Regarding the ~ersonell policy, Evans reviewed the updated copy and various phases and vacation days were discussed at length. Following further dis- cussion Evans stated that the policy would be again be updated and a new copy presented to the Council at the next meeting. Burr Bunch who was present requested what expenditures were mnticipated with Federal Revenue Sharing Money and the Council stated that at this time fire protection appeared to be the first priority which Mr. Bundh agreed. Mayor Boos stated he had received a letter from W. W. Sacht of the State HighwaV Dept. stating the land and materials and survey of the re-entry of the War=en Wagon Road right-of-way to Highway 55 would have to be done by the City, however the State of Idaho would cooperate where ever possible. A letter from the Chief of Police was read reccommending the following action be taken regarding traffic regulations. 1. RecommenQ that the traffic light at Davis and Hemlock streets be changed to make Davis the thru street instead of Hemlock. 2. Recommend that signs be installed between the Yacht Club and the old Western Store building orohibiting diagonal parking and double parking. 3. Recommend that snowmobiles prohibited signs be placed at the various entries to the hospital zone. 4. A stop sign be placed at the entrance of Lenore St. to First St. 5. A stop sign be placed on Mission Ave. at the School Dist. requested by the School Supt. The recommendations were aDproved, however additional information was requested. A letter from Frank Brown was r~ad on the operation of the Comprehensive Master Plan Rrogram which had been requested and the time schedule for the planning. The several bills were read for payment following which Archer moved the bills be approved and ordered paid. The motion was seconded by Hardy and upon vote declared carried unanimously. 3516 William H. Acker 543~7 17 Clyde Archer 1.O0 18 Donald L Boos 32.39 19 Jove S Catlin 254.83 20 Larry Chalfant 500.61 21 8ill A Evans 22.12 3522 Martha Chitwood 17N.26 23 William A Kirk 292.30 2~ Robert Remaklus 242.50 25 W 0 O Seetin 725.97 26 David B Smith 539.86 27 Norman G Thompson ~95.97 28 Francis E Wallace 20.82 29 Evelyn V 6oodwin 96.44 30 Donald F $ohnson 31.g8 31 Sames W Hardy 20.82 32 Barry R Hankins 401.45 33 Western Equipment Co 635.79 3~ Sack Seetin 150.00 35 ILETS (teletype) 25.00 36 Alleene Stover 1,461.82 37 Postmaster 26.9~ 38 Howard Donaldson 66.36 39 Dennis Grass 11.37 40 Eva Neisinger 15.58 41 Marvin E Neiainger 23.00 42 Rardon Bevill 5.00 43 Elwin Brown 5.00 44 Doyce Burgess 7.50 45 Dempsev Eddins 17.50 46 Lewis Eddina 2.50 47 Don Fitzwater 23.50 48 Donald Sohnson 27.50 49 Association of Idaho Cities 180.80 50 Baker & Taylor 429.58 5i 8ond Office Equipment 34.00 52 Browns Industries 181.35 53 Bobbs Merrill Co.,Inc ll.O0 54 Bus's Service 12.3§ 55 Cascade Auto, Inc 16.75 56 Circie R Market ~.23 5? ContinentaI OiI Co 51.77 58 ConsoIidated Supply Co 177.63 59 Circuiation Sept Statement i5.00 60 DoubIeday& Co.,Inc i3i.i6 6I Fire Ohief Magazine iO.O0 62 Generai Fire Equipment Co iOI.20 63 H & W Piumbing& Eiectric 34.00 64 Harvey's TV 119.95 65 Idaho First National Bank 3.50 66 Ideal Gas Co 78.20 67 Idaho Power Co 1,571.68 68 Marson Uniform Co 60.55 69 MaV Hardware & Giass 80.22 70 The Merc 4.43 71 McCall Disposal 10.00 ?2 Neison Piumbing& Eiectric 83.00 73 North Plans Press 4.95 74 McCaii RexaIi Drug 3.i2 ?5 NationaI Geographic 3.50 76 PetroIane Owyhee Gas Service 50.86 77 Steve Regan Co 175.90 78 Standard OiI Co i75.85 79 Salt Lake Stamp 21.60 80 Super Thrift Drug 3~.00 8I Sonny's Tire Service 27.40 82 Sears 15.70 83 Stan's Auto Parts 68.23 84 The Star-News 5.00 85 Tartan Book Sales 61.50 86 Union Oil Co of Calif 33.86 87 Wall~ce-Momestead Book Co 37.51 88 Petty Cash-Clerks Office 12.7~ 35B~ Bryan C. Rambo Crushing Co 4,500.00 Regarding the status of Neisingers request for a Garbage Franchise it mwm$ was reported that no proposaIs had yet been received. No further business coming before the Board the meeting was deciared ~ecessed until, the call of the Chair.[~J ~"' ,~.,,..,.~..~,,, ,,./~~ , . ~ .~.~/~/~.. ~ ~ -' ~ Mayor Clerk 2t9 2anuary 12, 1973 A continuation of the regular meeting of the City Council was held on the above date and the following businesa transacted. Members present were Mayor Boos, Councilmen Archer, Hardy, Evans and Wallace. The Mayor stated the meeting was called for the purpose of considering a request of the Polic~ Department to budget an amount of tie into a 2~ hour radio dispatch from the sheriffs office in ValleV County. The total est- imated cost of the proposal would be $15,000 and McCall and Cascade in add- ition to the radio tie in would have jail use and participation and dispatch. It appeared that Donnelly would contribute as well as Cascade and McCall's share would be approximately $2500. Following discussion it appeared that a savings could be made in some of the expenses now being included in the police budget which included phone bills, page expense, etc. The advantages of a 24 hour coverage were reviewed resulting in better police protection and the police officiers being available. There followed a discussion on the funds which could be used for this additional expense. Following discussion, Evans moved the City contact the County Auditor and approve the exp~nditure of $2,500 for County Radio Dispatch and use of the County Oail factlitSes. The motion was seconded by Hardy and upon vote declared carried unanimously. No further business coming before the Council the meeting was declared recessed until the call of the Chair. ~avor ,-. February 5, 1973 A regular meeting of the City Council of the CitV of McCall was held on the above date and the following business transacted. Members present were Mayor Boos, Councilmen Evans, Wallace , Archer and Hardy. Evans moved the meeting of Oanuarv 2, 1973 be adjourned which motion was seconded bv Hardy and upon vote declared carried unanimousiV. The minutes of the ~r~:?vious meetings were read and a proved as read. Wayne Williams was present on the Notice of Abatement which had been served bv the Police Dept. He stated he had called the Mayor and asked if anV previous motification of abatement was necessarV prior ~o being served. The notice was read and ~illiams stated that he was not prev- iously notified that his livestock had created a nuicance and a dis- cussion followed on the complaints which had been previously made to the Council. Remaklus reviewed the legal proce~dure of complaints and abate- ments. Jim Bacon was present on the dog ordinance requiring a Hennel License and justification of the present license fee. Shree to five people were also present regarding the same problem. Wallace reviewed the complaints of dogs in the past and the background of the Ordinance and there was an attempt by the Council to control dogs in the City without a leash law. There followed a discussion on dog control, licensing, etc. A portion of the Caldwell Code regarding dogs was read and a further discussion followed on a leash ~ae and the cost of enforcement of such a law. Following further discussion, anV action was tabled on revising the present dog license fee regarding kennel licenses and further opinions were expressed. Frank Fry who w~s present stated the proposal appeared to be reasonable and thanked the Board for the action but felt the action h}}d to be taken to hold the dog population down. Female doge were again discussed as ~ being able to reproduce or come into heat. The matter was referred to the attorney for study and it was the opinion of the Council that the Clerk be instruct- ed to suspend enforcement of the Hennel License pmrtion of the Ordinance until a decision could be made on the existing ordinance. Newt Whitehea~ was present and requested a Stop sign at Hemlock and Roese~ velt Streets, he also stated the snowmobile Ordinance requiring a staff and flag and headlights should be striclv enforced. He ~ited several dangerous conditions whioh existed in his ar~a and the possiblities of an accident occuring. He stated the street from the mill to the corner of Roosevelt St. was a traffic hazzard when slick. Following discussion the m~tter was referred to the Chief of Police for recommendation. He also requested that additional signing be made in this area of an arrow or slow sign and the possibility of a Yield sign being placed in liew of · 221 a Stop sign. Claude Fields was present on the fire damage to the Fields Apartment located adjacent to the City Hall building on Lenore St. He reviewed possible remodeling and asked what ~esign the Citv had in mind for the decor in this area. Evans stated the CitV had a Nester Plan in progress and would have recommendations in the near future. Mr. Fields questioned if he could rebuild as an apartment house because of the previous occupanc~ and a discussion followed on the possible sale of the propertv in conjuntion with CitV Hall propertv if the CitV buildings were no longer necessary. There followed a discussion on the possibilitv of selling the parcels of ground but the Citv could not proceed until the new location could be found for the Citv Hall and Court Chambers. Mr. Fields stated if the propertv wes rebuild as an apartment house it would determine the use of the property for the next thirtv years. Wallace reviewed the ~lans for the existing LibrarV and CitV Hall building which would have to be utilized until the new complex was completed. Also discussed was the remodeling ~m~inance in the inner fire zone as to type of construction which must be used if the building is over 50% damaged. Also reviewed was the Zoning requirements for new construction. Following further discussion Wallace suggested that the meeting be set with Mr. Fields an~ the Zoning Commission Chairman~and an¥ members of the CitV Council available to discuss the proposed construction. The m~eting date would be set as soon as possible. Carl Ro~:~elli was present on the land encroachment bv the CitV Street and was informed that the sign had been removed and the City would discon- tinue the use and plowing of snow on the street which did not go thru the Rosselli property. He stated that he did not object to the use b¥ the Citv but did not want a roadwa¥ established bv right-of-use. It was sug- gested that he block off the street periodically. Frank Frv who was present Thanked the Council for the Dog Ordinance and proposed a Citv Park on School District propertv as there appeared to be no conflict of use. He also proposed that a Citv Engineer and Building Inspecto? be considered under the new budget. An Engineer wo~ld be mandator¥ under the Master Plan and a six month salarv should be considered. Boos read a letter he had received from a resident outside of the City on the existing Dog Ordinance. Herdv re~orted on a letter from the McCall Memor&al Hospital Board on recommendations regarding the McCall Municipal Hospital and the letter was read at length. There followed a discussion on the buM back agree- ment with the Count¥ and the sale of the Hospital based on the proposal of the Hospital Board. Following discussion Evans moved the report and r~commendations of the McCall Memorial Hospital Board be approved and adopted. The motion was seconded bv Hard¥ and upon vote declared carried unanimousl¥. The Clerk was directed to have the Citv Auditors arrive at the cost figures of the McCall Memorial Hospital for presentation to the Countv as rec~mminded and also direct the Clerk to advise Valley Count¥ of the Cities adoption of the Hospital Boards recommendation. Archer briefly reviewed past hospital Board ~eetings regarding the keeping of phvsicians and medical facilities and ~eviewed ~eperiences in Adams County. Hardv reviewed inspection reports on the Municipal LibrarV which was proceeding satisfactorilv. The order for thirt¥ (30) chairs for librarV use was read and it was stated that thev would be donated b¥ the Progressive Club. No objection was had by the Council to conf~rmation of the order. Evans reported on the ~ersonel policv which had been previousl¥ submitted and stated that the meeting would be held with the e~plovees of the City prior to adoption. Evans briefly re~orted on the Fire Department and the Fire Calls at the Trimble !Sas station. He stated the Fire Chief had received letters from the grade school children. Evans also reported on equipment necessarv for the Fire Department mostlv ladders which were necessary for the -~ruck and would cost approximately $?00. To properl¥ equip the present truck. A fire equipment companV man,was to present a program for CitV consideration and would meet with Seetin and Evans. The costs of the Fields fire was discussed and it was reported that a life had been saved and much personal propert¥ recovered which would have been destroved. All people involved were comended by the Chief of Police and it was reported that people that had rendered assistance would be paid based on the vouchers signed by the · Chief of Fire Dept. and approved b~ the Commissionor. Mayor Boos reviewed the Budget ComDarrisons and stated that a Budget meeting should be held as soon as possible to discuss the 1973 budget. Mayor Boos reported attending the Zoning Commission meeting and briefly reviewed the actions taken regarding the Comprehensive Master Plan. Boos made the following recommendation for City Council approval regarding sub- mission of plans and the issuance of building permits to clarify and sup- lament the previous action taken on the moratorium on building permits. He recommended that the Council suggest that any clans that were submitted to the Zoning Comission be accepted and a study be mede of those plans to see if they are in accordance with our present ordinance. If they are not in accordance with the present ordinance they should be returned to the Contractor or persons submitting them stating the reasons for non-confor- mance and be re-subbmitted for corr?ctions. If the proposed plans doe comply with our present ordinance they should be tabled until such time as our Comprehensive Master Plan has proceeded to the extent where density has been planned, re-zoning projected and information available on other items neNded for multi-dwelling construction permits such as set-back line parking, recreation, etc. It is anticipated that action can be taken for the construction period of 1973. At this time the Zoning Commission should make another sturdy of all Multi-Unit dwelling plans and projects all those meeting the standard of the projection based on the Comprehensive Master Plan shou]~d be considered and acted upon. These descisions should be passed on the City Council with the Zoning Commissions recommendatic~ns and those plans or applications not meeting the Comprehensive Master Rlan specifications should be returned to the person or persons aDPlVlng with recommendations or changes to comp1V with the Master Plan. The City Council and the Master Planner wo~.;ld review the Zoning Commission rec- ommendations prior to anV building permits being issued. Follmwing dis- cussion Evans moved the Mayors proposal be adopted and the Zoning Com- mission be advised of the acti:n. The motion was seconded by Hardy and upon vote declared carried unanimously. The lease ~ith the Union Pacific Railroad on the Road Encroachment at the City Dump was read and following which Evans moved the Mayor and Clerk be intructed an authorized to execute the renewal lease. The motion was seconded by Wallace and upon vote declared carried unanimously. A letter from Richard Thompson was r-ad thanking the Council for the recent dog Ordinance. A letter was r~Dad ~rom the Senior Citizens requesting consideration in the new budget for expenses from a Federal Revenue Sharing Funds for Senior Citizen use. The matter was taken under advisement. A letter was read from Blair Armstrong making a report on the Little League fund showing a balance of $~17.61 remaining in the fund following expenses. The appraisal from School District N21 on the Districts land adjacent to First St. was presented to the 8card, however no action mould be taken until a City Acpraisal could be made available. R~maklus stated a m'eting of all County Law Enforcement officials would be held ~n March 14, 1973 and the Mayor and Council Members were in- vited. Remaklus briefly stated that the Council should support House Bill 32. No action was taken. Seetin presented a summarV of time cards and hours on equipment and snow plowing, library painting, water installation and etc. for the City Em- ployees for the past month. Projections for February for snow plowing and emeroency calls were reviewed. Compensatory time for employees was also briefly discussed. The building permits for January were reviewed and building permit pro- cedures discussed. Following discussion Archer proposed to reduce the fee schedule in the lower cost brackets of the uniform building Code. Following discussion the matter was re~erred to Remaklus for study. A Clerk reported that it appeared another Bank Account would be necessary to handle the water and sewer deposits seperate from the General and Rev- enue Funds. Following discussion, Evans moved the Council approve the 223 opening of the account and the City Clerk and Water Clerk be outhorized as Co-signatures of the account. The motion was seconded by Archer and upon vote declared carried unanimously. ~ letter from Reed Sower was r~ad regarding the relocation of a road in the Davis Beach area and the matter was tabled for additional information and until such time as the land could be inspected. The several bills were r~ad for payment following which Evans moved the bills be approved and ordered paid. The motion was seconded by Wallace and upon vote declared carried unanimously. 3588 89 90 91 92 95 96 97 98 3599 3600 O1 02 03 O& 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 2~ 25 26 27 28 29 30 35 36 37 38 39 &O &5 ~6 ~7 &8 &9 50 51 52 53 5~ 55 Valley County Trust Fund Idaho First National Bank (FWT) State Tax Commission (~WT) Association of Idaho Cities Public Employees Retirement System Inter-Mountain State Bank(Certificate) Idaho First National Bank " Alleene Stover 8oi~ Idaho First National Bank (Certificate) William HAcker Clyde Archer Jr Donald Boos Oaove S Catlin Larry L Chalfant Bill A Evans Berry R Hankins Oam~s W Hardy Donald F Oohnson William A Mirk Robert Remaklus W.O.O.Seetin David B Smith Norman G Thompson Francis E Wallace Sara M Chitwood Evelyn V Goodwin U ° Post Office Howard Donaldson Dennis L Gress Merv Neisinger Gary Smith Royce E Willhoyt Union Pacific Railroad Elwin Brown Doyce Burgess Ernie 8urgess Bob Cameron Boyd Cart Virgil Donica Dempsev Eddins Lewis Eddins John Fairbanks Don Fitz~ater Dennis Gress Berry Hankins Sherm Hart Bus Johnson Don Johnson Dale E Jordan Harold Jordan Jim ½angas Steve Laird Jim Madden Ralph MurraV Merv Neisinger Charles Nelson Roger Ross Gary Smith Frank Stewart Dick Yelton American CSemtcal Supply Atlantic Richfield Baker & Taylor Baxter Foundry & Machine Works, Inc Brown's Industries 1,738.9& 490.25 102.83 346.05 617.47 9,786.00 9,786.00 2,130.00 5,128.60 538.96 1.00 32.13 252.67 &96.33 21.96 397.81 20.66 31.72 289.B1 242.50 6 70.74 535.57 492.03 20.66 170.96 126.03 36.90 198.16 52.72 8.00 22.00 37.66 25.00 5.00 10.00 7.50 5.80 5.00 5.00 12.50 12.50 5.00 31.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 20.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 2.50 266.00 12.70 106.92 128.05 8us's Service ~3656 11.60 3657 Caedmon Records Inc 55.82 58 Caxton Printers, Ltd. ll.~O 59 Martha Chitwood 5.66 60 Continental Oil Co. 51.71 61 Consolidated SupplV Co 19.15 62 Gaylord Bros, Inc 38.1~ 63 General Learning Corp 7.60 6~ Idaho Power Co 697.01 65 Idaho Telephone Co 687.8~ 66 Idastries 305.80 67 Ideal 6as Co 155.25 68 Johnson Flying Service 1~.00 69 Malbus Office Equipment 1.20 70 Wm A Kirk Insurance 131.O0 71 Wm. A. Kirk Agency 2.75 72 Multigraphics 10.05 73 McCall Disposal 5.00 7~ McCall Cleaners 1.50 75 McCall Rexall Drug 11.97 76 Norco 21.53 77 North Plains Press 7.95 78 Bhil'ips Petroleum 3~.08 79 Pacific States 311.20 80 Payette Lakes Lumber Co 1~6.09 81 Reflecto Products Co 3~.00 82 Sackerman's Texaco 7.80 83 Salt Lake Stamp 1~.35 8~ Shaver's 21.76 85 Stan's Auto Parts 68.02 86 Sonny's Tire Service 26.97 87 Sports Marina 6.00 88 Standard Oil 1N2.80 89 Star,News 65.60 90 Transport Clearing 7.35 91 Union Oil Co of Calif 5.98 92 Wallace Excavating, Inc 120.00 93 Western Equipment 635.79 9~ Jack Seetin 150.00 95 IL~TS (teletype) 25.00 96 Association of Idaho Cities 280.70 97 Public Employees Retire. 617.28 98 Idaho First National Bank (FWT) 522.19 99 State Tax CoTmisston (SWT) 100.36 3700 City-LibrarV Construction Fund 100.00 O1 Sewer & Water Deposits lO0.O0 No further business coming before the Council at this time, the meeting was recessed until the call of the C,Lair. Clerk ~ February 21, 1973 A continuation of the regular meeting of t~e City Council was held on the above date and the following business transacted. Members present were Mayor Boos, Councilmen Wallace, Archer, Evans and Hardy. The Mayor stated the meeting was called for the purpose of working on the 1973 Budget and the consideration of the new fire trwck under a ~ease purchase agreement. Following lengthy discussion on the lease purchase agreement with Starline Equipment Company, Evans moved to contact the representative from Starline Equipment Co. on placing a hold on the truck at the factorV until the City Attorney could be contacted regarding the agreement. The motion was seconded by Hardy and upon vote declared ozrried unanimously. A lengthy work session followed on the budget at which time the meeting was declared recessed until the call of the Chair. /-" ~ Mayor Clerk February 26, 1973 A continuation of the regular meeting of the City Council was held on the above date and the following business transacted. Members present were Mayor Boos, Councilmen Evans, Wallace, Hardy and Archer. Also present was 8ob Smith, Engineer from Boise, Idaho. The Mayor stated the meeting was called for the purpose of working on the 1973 Budget and discussion of engineering services which could be provided by Mr. Smith. Evens reported he had received an attorneys opinion on the lease- rental agreement on the fire truck and moved that the Mayor and Clerk be authorized and instructed to execute the lease purchase agreement on the fire truck as proposed. The motion was seconded bV Hardy and upon vote declared unanimously. Bob Smith of Smith and Monroe Engineers, Inc. of 8oiss was present and discussed a proposal between his firm and the City of McCall for engin- eering services. He reviewed the services which would be covered bva $300 per month retainer basis. Following discussion, it was the opinion of the Council that if the budget could be amended to include this figure his services would be considered. Following further work on the 1973 budget and lengthy discussion, Hardy moved that the tentative budget of $644,657.00 for the fiscal veer 1973 be adopted and the Clerk be instructed to advertise for a budget hear- ing at 7:00 p.m. on March 12, 1973 for consideration and adoption of the budget. The motion was seconded by Evans and uoon vote declared carried unanimously. No further business coming before the Council the meeting was declared recessed until the call of the Chair. Clerk Mavor March 5, 1973 A regular meeting of the Citv Council of the City of McCall was held on the above date and the following business was transacted. Members present were Mayor Boos, Councilmen Evans, Hardy, Wallace and Archer. Evans moved the meeting of Feb. 5, 1973 be adjourned, which motion was seconded bv Hardy and upon vote declared carried unanimously. The minutes of the last meetings were read and aOproved as read. Frank FrV who was Oresent, reviewed the dog ordinance and questioned the comprehensive Master Plan and adoption of a new Zoning Ordinance and Mao. It was reported that at this time it aopeared the Zoning would be incorporated in the Master Plan and hearines would be held. Hardy reoorted that no values or figures had vet been received on the Hosoital costs which were to be suoplied to the County Commissioners. Regarding the operation of the Library it was his recommendation to hire Martha Chitwood on a monthly basis effective March l, 1973. The LtbrarV hours were reviewed and following discussion HardV moved the recommendation of ~lecing Martha Chitwood on a monthly basis be app- roved which motion was seconded bv Evans and upon vote declared car- ried unanimously. He reported the shelving for the Library was not vet received and the Library could not move until the shelving was installed. The Reed Sower request was reviewed and discussed and it was the op- inion of the Council that more information would be necessary on the location of the water line as to being located on the CttV Street or private property before any action could be taken. 225 Evans reported on a meeting with the City Employees on a personal policy and comments which had been made on the City of Boise personal policy. Various comparisons were reviewed and a discussion followed on the status of Dick Rem=klus and other employees. Following discussion on various portions of the policy regarding vacations, salary increases, mileage allowances, resignations, dismissals, sick leave and vacation pay, the golf course employees were to be referred to the Gol~Course Committee for clarifY, cation. Evans reviewed the proposed Budget item of ~12,000 for a Fire-house and the possibility of having the fire house separate from any City Hall complex buildings. The location adjacent to the old 8rown Tie ~ Lumber Co. celica was proposed and the advantages of that location reviewed. A discussion followed on various locations which could be utilized and the location of being able to reach a fire by avoiding the congestion in the downtown area reviewed. Following discuss~.on the Attorney was instructed to check on the status of the ~roposed land. Junior Ireland who was or,sent, requ:,sted the installation of a water line on Ponderosa St. and was remorted that construction was planned for the 1973 year. Don Johnson, Fire Chief, was present and reported that people that had run over the fire hose had ruined aoproximately 187 feet of hose and the fines to the individuals were about S~O going into the general fund. He discussed a fire allowance for several of the men and mt~ted that he would like permission to carry Larry Chalfant and Dave Smith on the Fire Roster as they often assisted and put in extra time on limes. He stated they ~ld also be included as Members of the Fire Department and eligible for a clothing, cleaning allowance. No objection was had by the Council. Johnson further stated that during the summer drills on the school grounds would be held to learn the full use and capability of the new fire truck using extention ladders, water entry tools, chai~s and etc. All men were to be fully trained in all phases of truck use. The street between the Post Office and the Bank was briefly reviewed and the enforcement of No U-turns was discussed to avoid traffic haz- zards. A study of the traffic in this area was in process. Wallace reviewed a letter received from a City Atiorney regarding the Dog Ordinance which was ~iscussed at length. Following discussion, WalOace moved to amend the existing Ordinance to provide for a SlO fee for un-s~ayed females and a SlO kennel license fee. The motion was seconded by Evans and upon vote declared carried unanimously. The recommendations of the Chef of Police on the followino traffic regulations were read and discussed: 1. Recommend that a yield the right of way s~gn be instal)ed at the intersection of Hemlock and Rossevelt streets, yield to traffic on Roseevelt. 2~ Recommend that rubber markers be installed at the intersection of First St. and State highway 55, indicating the linits of the traffic lane toward the 76 Station. Recommend that a stop sign be installed at the same intersecion (76 Station and First St.) Recommend that the Stop sign on Davis St., at Thompson, be removed and replaced with a Yield sign on Thompson St. Recommend that a curb be installed between the old Western Store and the Yacht Club as soon as weather permits, allowing the normal forty foot curb cut for the Chamber office. Following discu=sion, Wallace moved the recommendations of the Chief of Police be acce~ted and the appropriate signs be installed. The motion was seconded by Evans and upon vote declared carried unanimously. Mayor Boos reviewed a meeting with Claude Fields and stated that he would project olans with the Zoning Commission for the apartment building. Remaklus reviewed the City Ordinance regarding the replacement of a building in the inter-fire limits if a building is over 51% distroyed. It was reported that density ratios by a Planning Commission had been sent to the Zoning Commission and the Council and had been tabled for additional information and were not effective at this time. Remaklus reoorted on the proceseoution of a barking dog complaint under Ordinance 318, and the Judge had ruled in favor of the validity of the Ordinance. Mayor Boos presented several appraisal forms from the Scbool District which showed the School District land of 512 acres appraised at $16,900, the land owned by the City of McCall, 15.8 acres south of the cemetery was appraiaed at $36,050 on an unrestricted basis and cemetery use at ~?,725. Following discussion it was reported that the cemetery district 8oard of Trustees would be contacted prior to any action being taken. Additional appraisals on a Walker property was oresented and is as follows: The property on West Park St. known as the 8onecher property, 90 ft. on Park St. appraised at >20,200, $.13,860 being land and building of ~6,504. The appraisal of the Walker property adjacent to the lagoons was $15,000 for 5 acres. Following a short discussion no action was taken pending further stud? and legal opinion. An application for Beer and Wine license from Dewy's Inc. was read, following which Wallace moved the licenses be granted. The motion was seconded bv Evans and unon vote declared carried unanimously. A letter from Francis Grosse was read regarding payment of $139.22 due to sand in the water which had damaged his gas water heater. Following discussion Hardy moved the claim be denied which motion was seconded b,' Evans and upon vote declared carried unanimously. It was reported the law enforcement training conference was planned for March 14, 1973 at l:O0 p.m. at Cascade and City officials were invited. Seetin reoorted on the February time cards and hours for equipment and man hours. Projections for March were reviewed and it was reported two building permits had been issued. Archer Questioned the building permit fees which were being charged in the lower bracket and a discussion followed on inspections of buildings in the course of construction. Following discussion advisement from the City Engineer would be requested. The several bills were read for payment following which Evans moved the bills be approved and ordered paved. The motion was seconded by- Hardy and upon vote declared carried unanimously. 3702 William H. Acker 538.96 03 Dr. Clyde Archer 1.00 204 Donald L. Boos 32.13 05 Jove S. Catlin 252.67 B6 Larry L Chalfant 496.33 07 Sara M. Chitwood 162.24 08 Bill A. Evans 21.96 09 Berry R. Hankins 397.81 10 James W. Hardv 20.66 ll Donald F. Johnson 31.72 12 William A. Kirk 289.81 13 Robert Remaklus 242.50 14 W 0 J Seetin 670.74 15 D~vid B Smith 535.57 16 Norman G Thompson 492.03 17 Francis E Wallace 20.66 18 Evelyn V. Goodwin 96.60 19 City of McCall-Water Bond Fund 781.25 20 U S Post Office 36.60 21 Merv Neisinger 28.00 22 Elwyn Brown 7.50 23 Doyce Burgess 2.50 2~ Dempsey Eddins 10.00 25 Lewis Eddins 5.00 26 Donald Fitzwater 21.00 27 Donald Johnson 10.00 28 Atlantic Richfield Co 48.99 29 Baker & Taylor 23.08 30 Bond Office Equipment 12.86 31 Bremer Brease, Inc 50.85 3732 33 35 36 3'7 38 39 6'0 6'1 6'2 6,3 6'5 6'7 50 51 52 53 56, 55 56 5'7 58 59 60 61 63 66' 65 66 67 69 70 71 72 73 ?5 76 78 79 ~0 81 ~rown's Industries Bus's ~ervice C~ty Clerk-Petty Cash Martha Chitwood Continental Oil Co Consolidated Supply Co H & W Plumbing & electric James M. Himball Idaho Telephone Company Idaho Telephone Company Ideal Gas of McCall, Inc. Halbus Office Equip.,Inc May Hardware & Glass Medley SDorts The Meter Man Multigraphics Division MuniChem Corp. Royce Wi!lhoytF Gary Smith Steve Regan Co. McCall Disposal McCall Rexall Drug Norco Payette Lakes Lumber Phillips Potroleum Co Publishers Central Bureau Shaver's Shell Oil Comoany Sonn¥'s Tire Service The Star-News Military Deoartment Sterling Codifiers, Inc Standard Oil Co Texaco Inc. Sackerman's Texaco Union Oil Co of Calif Association of Idaho Cities Public Employees Retirement System Idaho First National 8ank (FWT) State Tax Commission (SWT) 205.17 l1.00 29.75 2.35 ~?.75 15.3'7 25.06 5.00 12.26' 1,200.92 46.00 12.50 6'0.99 5.80 182.64 36.95 107.~0 30.13 7.53 57.80 5.00 11.82 38.1D 576.50 5.68 219.99 8.30 17.63 88.21 183.05 73.95 115.00 6'60.73 127.25 32.00 36.52 35 9.10 6t6.11 497.89 102.83 Western Equipment Co Jack Seetin ILETS (teletype) David Easton (ledger sheets) Darla Williamson Victor Frabotta Robert Chitwood Jans Hansen Idaho First National Bank (Silver certificate 635.79 150.00 25.00 5.29 30.00 15.00 15. O0 15.00 10,325.88 82 Intermountain State Bank " 10,324.45 83 Idaho First National Bank 41,506'.45 86' Library Constrotion Fund 900.00 No further business coming before the Council the meeting was de- clared recessed until the call of the Chair. A ttes~'~ Clerk ~ Mavor March 12, 1973 A continuation of the regular meeting was held on the above date and the following business transacted. Members present were Mayor Boos, Councilmen Evans, Hardy, Archer and Wallace. The Mayor stated the meeting was called for the Budget Hearing for pursuant of legal notice as g~ven for adoption of the 1973 budget in the amunt of ~64b,657.00. Frank Fry who wes nr=.sent, qu~stioned the amount budgeted for Zoning under the new budget as being ad,~quate. Also discussed was the const- ruction at the Municipal Golf Course. Following discussion, Evans introduced and moved the adoption of Proposed Ordinance #320, AN AODINA~iCE TEqMED "THE ANNUAL APPROPRIATION BILL", APPROPRIATING SUCH SUMS OF MONEY AS AR~ DEEMED NECESSARY TO DEFRAY ALL NECESSARY EXPENSES AND LIABILITIES OF THE CITY OF McCALL, IDAHO, FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 1973. Wallace moved the Rules be suspended for the passage of Proposed Ordin- ance # 320 which motion was seconded by Archer and upon vote declared carried unanimously. Discussion followed on the Ordinance which would be in the total amount of ~6~,657.00 and levi a mill levi of ~6 mills. The mmtion seconding the adoption of Proposed Ordinance #32B was made by Hardy and uoon vote declared carried unanimously. No further business coming before the Council the meeting was declared recessed until the call of the Chair. Attest: /~ ? Clerk March 19, 1973 A continuation of the regular meeting of the City Council of the City of McCall was held on the above date and the following ~ustness trana- acted. Members pres~nt were Mayor Boos, Councilmen Evans, Archer, Hardy and Wallace. The Mayor stated the meeting w~s called for the porpose of considering Ordinance # 321- amending the license fees on doga as approved in the regular council meeting of March 2, 1973. Following discussion Wallace moved that Ordb~ce #321-AN OqDINANCE AMENDING SECTIONS 5-~-3 and 5-4-1~ OF THE VILLAGE .CODE OF McCALL, IDAHO, RELATING TO LICENSE FEES FOR UNSPAYED FEMALE DOGS AND ~E~NEL LICENSES. Archer moved the rules be suspended for the passage of proposed Ord- inance #321 which motion was seconded by Hardy and upon vote declared carried unanimously. Archer seconded the motion moving the adoption of proposed ordinance ~ 321, which upon vote was declared carried unanimously. No further business coming before the Council the meeting was declared recessed until the call of the Chair. - Clerk -,Mavor -. April 2, 1973 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, Hardy, Archer and Wallace. Evans moved the meetine of March 5, 1973 be adjourned which motion was seconded by Hardy and upon vote declared carried unanimously. The minutes of the previous m,~etings were read and approved as read. Blair Armstrong, Chairman of the McCall Memorial Hospital 8card, was present and reviewed a letter with recommendations of the Hospital Board recommending that the ho:~pital be sold to Valley County for ~92,675.32. The basis of the selling price arrived at by the Board was reviewed and a discussi n followed on the funds used for the construction of the ho~Dital and a possible lease-purchase arrange- ment obOld be worked out with Valley County. 229 Following discussion Hardy moved that the r commendation of the Hospital 8pard be accepted which motion was seconded by Evans and upon vote de- clared carried unanimously. Evans moved that the Clerk be instructed to write to the Valley Councy Commissioners and advise them of the action of the Council. The m~tion was seconded by Hardy and upon vote declared carried unanimously. ?urther discussion followed and it was the opinion that all members of the Council possibl~ meet with the Commissioners. Burton Walker was present on the proposal to trade land with the City of McCa]!. The Mayor state~ the matter had ~een under discussion for some time and some action should be taken. The ~roposa] by Walker to c~nsider trading land adjacent to the lagoon property for ~ro~erty owned by the City south of the Cometary wes~discussed. A lst~er from the McCall Cemetery Board was read which r commended th~ City Council keep the ground for cemetery purposes. There followed a discussion on the pos- sibil~ty of bidding from outsiders for acquisition of the land in the event of a trade. Following further discussion Wallace mmved to accept the Cemetery Board's recommendation and k~e~ the land in City ownership for cemetery purposes and the proposal of tmade of !an~ for the lagoon prooerty be rejected. The motion was seconded by Evans and upon vote declared carri~d unanimously. The ~alker oroperty on Park St. was briefly reviewed and it wes rec- o mended that nc trade be made until the Comprehensive Master Plan which is in progress, be reviewed and all members were in agreement. Hardy resorted the Library had been moved and would be closed until A~ril 15. A grand opening date had been set for April 28 from 1:00 to 5:00 P.M. The meetings of the City Council would be continued at the City Hall. Seet~n r~corted that concrete curb type bumpers had been installed at the 76 Station and a portion of 1st St. which could be removed in the winter time for snow removal, also discussed were curb cuts on the 76 Station property and it was stated the State Highway Dept. would be consulted. Curb cuts at the Medley Scorts Center and Mavrick Store were also reviewed. Evans reported that the location of the Fire Station which had been proposed for construction was in the Street right-of-way and that he felt the Station should be constructed in the City Comslex area. Some planning should be done as soon as omssible to house the new fire truck. Evans reviewed 11 names to be considered for Season passes at the McCall Municipal Golf Course of qualified firemen, the names were to be sent to the Golf Course Committee for aoproval. It was reoorted that Dave Smith would attend the L~ater & Sewer School in ~oise. Wallace stated that he would have a recommendation on the traffic reg- ulation and parking for the Post Office at the next meeting. He also re~orted that Berry Hankins would be leaving for 4 wee~s of Police Training. Mayor Boos stated that an architect should be hired and preliminary work done with the Council on the proposed City Complex. qemaklus reported that he had met with the Farmers Home Administration on the Payet-~e Lakes Sewer Project and stated the District would con- tract w~th the City on the disposal of waste. The County Zoning and Land Use Plan m sting would be held and a group formed and the cities and counties were requested to a~ooint two (2) persons to the Co~mittee. ~emaklus rsouested the appointment of two members from the City of McCall and Mayor Boos stated that John Allen and ~ob Smith had both been requested to serve on the committee and the County h~d been adv~sed. ~emcklus stated that he had received a copy of a 1~ page ~rdinance on the cutting of trees and shrubs and it was the opinion of the Council that he continue to review the propped Ordinance. There followed a discussion on the minutes of the Zoning Commission meeting. S~ erin reported on the Man and Equipment hours used for the month of March, 1973 and the projection for April of !973. ~oos stead, ted that the property behind ~8 tee adjoining co '~ ,~edy Lane would Resolution Authorizing Borrowings (Limited) MINUTES Of a meeting of the Board of Directors of .......... (3.Irp.~/..OF.-.M -t3OA- -larL-/----I-DAktO .............................................................. held at the office of the corporation on the .............. ~1I~.~ .............. day of .......... A~.~J~ .............................. 19.....7.~.., pursuant to a legal call therefor, according to the by-laws of said corporation ........... i~IA.¥OR..]~2}O~ ................................................... ', ...................... presiding. There were present the following directors: COUNCILMAN& JAMES HARDY ........................ COBISICIL~V~I,,---DR,---CL~DE--AROIt~ ............................................................. ~ ................................................................. constituting a quorum. Whereupon the following resolution upon motion duly made and seconded was unanimously adopted: "RESOLVED, That this corporation borrow money from time to time from .......................................................................................... ........................ IDJ~.O...i~.T~r~.~eP_.NAT..T.YOi~j~Ja...B_PdxlK .............................................................. in the State of .... .I...D...~...I..O. ........................... a banking corporation duly incorporated, organized and existing under and by virtue of the banking laws of the United States, the amount thereof not to exceed in the aggregate at any one time the sum of .................................................................................................... .............................. j .............................. i ................... : ................................................................................. DOLLARS ($ .............................. ), and that ............ .~__~..L..~....,~._...._~..,__ ..K..~_~ ,.?_~_~...~!,~R.~ ................................................................................................ are hereby authorized and empowered to execute and deliver in the name of the corporation, and under its corporate seal, its prom- issory note or notes therefor to said Bank for all such sums so borrowed, upon such terms in respect to time, amount, rate of interest or otherwise as may be agreed upon, to discount, assign, and transfer, and to execute contract of endorsement and guaranty on accounts and bills receivable of which this corporation is the owner, or in which it has an interest, this resolUtion constituting a continuing authority therefor on behalf of this corporation, and the persons hereinbefore authorized to execute and deliver such note or notes, endorsements or guarantees, are hereby authorized and empowered to deliver and pledge as collateral security for the payment of any or all such notes, endorsements or guarantees, such assets of this corporation as may be required and agreed upon between them and the said Bank, and to enter into such agreement with said Bank as it may require in relation to the collection or sale of such collateral assets, with the further power to execute and deliver in the name of and under the seal of said corporation real property mortgages, chattel mortgages, bills of sale, conditional sale contracts and other instruments, in writing, which shall be expedient or necessary in the pledging as collateral security for the payment of any or all such notes, endorsements or guarantees, any of the assets of this corporation, and the several powers and authority hereby given shall continue until it shall have been revoked by this corporation and formal written notice of such revocation shall have been given to said Bank. "RESOLVED, That the Secretary of this corporation be and he is hereby authorized and directed to deliver to said Bank a copy of these resolutions, properly certified by him, in evidence of the authority of said persons to make said loans and execute and deliver the notes as above specified and secure payment thereof as above provided." THIS CERTIFIES That the undersigned is the Secretary of the above-named corporation; that the foregoing is a full, true and correct copy of a resolution unanimously passed by the Board of Directors thereof at a meeting of said Board held on the day and at the place above specified, legally called and held and at which a quorum was present and voting. IN WITNESS 'WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the corporate seal of said corporation this ......... ~_19.__ day Secretary (corporate seal) N-31 be considered for use as an equipment shed. Frank Brown had been con- tacted and stated that he would allow the building in ret~rn for an ex- tention of Reedy Lane. A discussion followed on ths road which would be built and the maintenance by the City. The Clerk reported a request by the I~aho First National Bank for an up- dated resolution authorizing the borrowing of Funds. Following discussion Evans moved that the following resolution be adopted: Resolve that the City of McCall borrow money from time to time from the I'-aho First National Bank in the State of I~:aho, a banking corporation duly incorporated, organ- ized and existing under and bv virture of the banking laws of the United States, an amount of money as necessary and that the City Clerk be outh- prized to register warrants. The r~ssolution was ~aconded by Wallace and upon vote declared carried unanimously. Follwoi discussion on the City Er. giner, Evans moved that Robert Smith be hired as Consultino Engineer for the City of McCall effective March 1, 1973. At the fee o6tlined in his proposal. The motion was seconded by Hardy and upon vote declared carried unanimously. The several bills were read for payment following which Wallace moved the bills be a~proved and ordered paid. The motion was seconded by Hardy and upon vote declared carried unanimously. 3?85 William HAcker 613.94 86 Dr Clyde Archer 1.O0 87 Donald L 8pos 32.13 88 Joye S Catlin 29?.86 89 Larry L Chalfant 571.32 90 Sara M Chitwood 241.~4 91 Bill A Evans 21.96 92 Berry Rae Hankins 461.70 93 James W Hardy 20.66 94 Donald F Johnson 31.72 95 William A ~irk 341.44 96 Robert Remaklus 242.50 9? W 0 J Seetin 762.91 98 David B. Smith 599.02 99 Norman G Thompson 555.65 3800 Franis E Wallace 20.66 O1 Evelyn Goodwin 140.60 02 Postmaster 30.?0 03 Library Construction Fund 4,110.00 04 Howard Donaldson 37.66 05 Gary Smith 30.13 06 Rardon 8evill Jr 7.50 O? Elwyn Brown 12.50 08 Doyce Burgess ?.50 09 Dem~sey Eddins ?.50 10 Lewis Eddins lO.O0 11 Don Fitzwater 23.50 12 Don Johnson 17.50 13 Jim Madden 5.00 14 Dick Yelton 5.00 15 Bland Yelton Jr 5.00 16 Atlantic Richfield 47.39 l? Hospital Redemption Bond 5,225.00 18 Baker & Taylor 15.69 19 H P Books = 6.00 20 R R Bowker 18.50 21 Consolidated Sup~ly 4~1.00 22 Caedmon Records 3.50 23 Cont~nsnta! Oil Co 91.75 2~ Disneyland R~cords 21.45 25 Doubleday & Co 118.52 26 Educational Marketing & ~esearch 16.07 27 Environmental Protection 6.50 28 General L~arning Corp 7.60 29 Harvey's T V 4.00 30 The Horn 8ook ?.50 31 Rodewa¥ Inn 58.50 32 Idaho Library Association 79.50 33 I-~aho First Nationa~ Bank 15.00 34 Idaho Power Co 1.161.79 35 Idaho Telephone Co 223.91 36 The MIT Press 4.16 37 National LibrarV W~ek 17.75 3839 POelson Plumbing 51.00 40 Patrica Press 7.50 41 Phll~ips PEtroleum Co 31.42 42 Shell Oil Co 17.93 43 Sonny's Tire Service 13.50 44 Stan's Auto ~ervice Parts 106.02 45 S~andard Oil Co 436.87 46 Void 47 Serina Press 6.70 48 Robert E Smith 300.00 49 Star-News 395.73 50 Texaco Inc 20.82 51 Union Oil Co 6.90 52 Van Waters g Rsgers 28.?4 53 !.dater & Sewer Petty Cash 11.42 54 ~:]ater ~ Sewer ~etty Cash 100.00 55 Petty Cash-City Clerk 21.95 56 Westinghouse 121.19 5? Wycoff Co 3.4~ 58 Association of Idaho Cities 359.10 59 Public Employees ~etirement ?34.84 60 Idaho mirst NatS~nal Bank (FWT) 666.49 61 State Tax Commission (SWT) 160.48 62 Valley County Trust Fund (FICA) 2,052.35 63 Western Equipment Co 635.?9 64 Jack Seetin 150.00 65 ILETS 25.00 66 Cliff Carlson Co 566.56 6? Berry Rae Hand,ns 145.00 68 Inter Mountain State 8an~ 9,908.32 69 I~aho First National Bank 9,908.33 70 Inter Mountain State Bank 5,903.50 ?1 Idaho First ~ational 8=nk 5,903.50 No further business coming before the Council the meeting was recess- ed until the Call of tha Chair. ~ Mayor ATTEST: . ~/ . ~ ~ Clerk ~ April 13, 1973 Members present were Mayor 8oos, Councilmen Wet, ace, Hardy and Archer. Evans absent. The Mayor stated the meeting was called for the purpose of opening bids on the Police car as advertised. The only bid presented was from Don Coski and was as follows: Total cost !!~3,691.18 Trade-in 345.00 Net cost ~3,346.00 Following further discussion, Hardy moved the bid be tabled for add- itional information which motion was seconded by Wallace and upon vote declared carried unanimously. Mayor Boos stated that he had received a request from the L.D.S. Church requesting permit to set up a booth for the sale of Fireworks in the church oarking lot. Following discussion, Hardy moved the r~qusst be a~prcved which motion was seconded by Archer and upon vote declared carried unanimously. Mayor 8oos ststed that he had been contacted by the Magistrate Court on the cos~ible use of the Library Meeting Room for Court use for smmll claims and traffic tic~ets on each Friday from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. Follow- ing di~scussion, Hardy was requested to contact the Library 8oard for apmroval of the use of th~ room. Wallace reported on the traffic recommendations which had been made by the Chief of Police as prsv~.ously requested and stated ~hey were as follows: 1. Recommend that the intersection of 2nd and Lenore ~treets be made a ~-way stop. 2. Recommend that the Post Office EXIT be pcsted "Right Turn Only". Recommend that a Stop sign be placed on 1st St. at its intersection with Park St. on the south side of Park St., also that a Stop sign be placed on the hill crest approaching this intersecti~'n. a "No Parking" sign be posted from the alley on the west side of First St. to the intersection of 1st and Park St. Following discussion Wallace moved the recommendations by the Chief of Polics be .~i:~proved, which motion was seconded by Hardy and upon vote declared carried unanimously. No further business coming before the Council the meeting was declared recesssd until ths call of the Chair. ATTEST: ~ - '~ ~ Clerk ~ April 23, 1973 A continuation of the regular meeting of the CitV Council was held on the above date and the following business transacted. Nembers present were Mayor Boos, Councilmen Archer, Wallace and HardV. Evans absent. The Mayor stated the meeting was called at the request of the Police Commissioner for the purpose of considering asslications of the Chief of Police. Following lengthy discussion, Wallace moved the Clerk be instructed to call for acolications for the position of Chief of Police of the City of McCall, I~aho until May 7, 1973. The motion was seconded by Hardy and upon vote declared carried unanimously. The Mayor stated that as Senior Officer on the Policy Force, he had instructed Norman Thompson to assign shifts and supervise the oper- ation of the department with Jack Seetin. The lease from the Union Pacific Railroad on the land behind the new Library was reviewed and following discussion on use by the City for snow removal, weed control and landscaping. Wallace moved the lease be approved and the Mayor and Clerk be instructed to ex- ecute 'the lease. The motion was seconded by Archer and upon vote declared carried unanimously. demaklus briefly review~d the program on the water and sewer dist. aroung Rayette Lake and stated that additional lagoons would be necessary for the completion of the project and the costs for a contract and the City of McCall and the Sewer District were re- viewed. Possible feem per connection and maintenance from the City and eersonel and equipment were also discussed. No further bus~ness coming before the Council the meeting was de- clared recessed until the call of the Chair. ATTEST: ,,, ~'~ ...... Nayo~- - Ulerk Ma~, 7, 1973 A ~egutar meetinc~., nv_,. th~ Cit,, ~:~f McCall was he.~s:~ '~ on the above date and the f.~llow~ng business transacted. The members ur~ent were ~avor Boos, Co,~Jncf.].men Arch. er, Hardy and rial. lace Evans exc,~sed. · ' :~ llace ~ovmd th= meeting of ril 2, .... ~ Ap 1973 so adjourned which motion was seconded by Hardy aod u~on vote declared carried ~,n~animously. The m~nutes of the crevious meeting we:e reed and apgroved as read. AForoximately six (6) citizens were present on behalf of Norman Thompson to be a?~ointed te the ~os~tion of Chief of Police. Sherman Hart presented a petition on behalf of Thompson and briefly outlined the red, sons for their request. The Mayor st ted that eight ao~licat~ons had been received and all would be reviewed. ~e stated that as elected officials of the City of McCa].]., the Council owed th~ community the best oossibie selection for the position of Chief of Police. Several other persons prs~?ent reviewed reasons for their request. The Mayor b~iefly reviewed the h~ring oroceedure. 8ob ~coles, Chairman of the Zon]~-~g Commission was present and d'istributed minutes of the ~]oning Commis~ion meeti, ng and reviewed a building permit Dro- ceedure form. The s~rmit schedule of the Clerk would be delegated to the Building Inspector and Engineer. There followed a lengthy discussion on the recommendations made by the Zoning Commission ~ollowinq which Wallace moved the orocedure for th~ 8ui"ding Permits be submitted to the Attorney for study and r c~rmmendation. The motion was seconded by Hardy and upon vote declared cart ed unanimously. Scoles also reviewed the Mobile ~ome ~rdinance as proposed by the Zoning Commission to re~lace existing Chapter 1~ of th~ City Code. Fo]lowing d~scussion, Hardy moved the proposal be turned over to the City Attorney and recommendation. The ~otion was seconded by Wallace and upon vote declared carried unanimously. The smveral a~'lications for the Ccs~t~on of Chief of Police were rmviewed and the resumes were read at length and discussed in detail. Following d~scussion it was the opini, on of the Council that private interviews be olanned for'J.D. ~arkins, Lee and Norm Thomnson. The Cl~rk was ~.netructed to contact the ~nd~v~duals for interviews for Wednesday, May 9, 1973. Berry Hank~ns who was ~J~sent, reviewed the past recommendation for the operation cf the ?olice Department. The Mayor again stated that as elected officials, ~11 p=rsons must be considered for th~ ?osition and the selection would be made on the basis of their qual~ficat'ons. Ali Mriver was oresent on the annexation and zoning of Lake Forest Addition to the C~ty of McCall. The proscssl called for ~n annexation of a sroxim- ately 1~ acres. The lot sizes of the proposed ~evelos~i'~nt, water, sewer and road imsrmvement were reviewed. Asproximately 95 lo~s were ~olanned and the owners would form a district to oil th~ roadways within three years. Following discussion the ma~ter was ~eferred to the A~torney for the ~roper Legal st~ps for the vacation of the ex~st~ng plat, annexation of the area outside t~e City limits and a public hearing to set the ~on~ng of the area. Jamos Nisulas request to a~nex certaic~ areas on the north side cf Lick Creek Road was made by the Cl~rk as som~ areas were half inside the City limits and half outside and ~)?'aented a taxing problem. The matter was r=ferred to the Attorney to contact the Assessor. Hardy 'eported that the Library Board hs~d aoprov~d th? u~.e of the Library for Court use on Fridays and was also hctding Monday nites open for City Counc i1 meetings. ~e reported a request from the Cascade Library for th~ cid shelving in the McCall Library. tt was not being used and it was the opinion cf the Council that it he donated to the Cascade Library. The disposal of old Fire ~ ...... was bric, fly reviewed. Seet~n rsoorted a request to close the end of Floyd ~t. on th~ west side of H~ghway 55 where it dead-ends intc~ the airport r~ght-of-way. The signing of th~~ street was requested and tho f~ncing of :~:r~vate property reviewed. ?ctlowino discuses]on it w~s the o?inion of the Council that the omn=r fence it as or]rate property to k e~ the ~eoole o~f his I:~rc~erty. The carking restr]~ctions as approved at the Fost Office parking lot and intersection w~re discussed and a?prcved for posting. ~l] traffic tickets wmre being written for McCall on Fridays from 2:r70 ~'clock to 5:00 P.M at the new Library. The b~ds which had been called for opening on the purchase o~ e oroposed Police car w=re as eollows: Don Coski ~,291.18 Less a trade-in of S9~5 for a net of ~,~46.18 Cascade Auto net w~th trade 3,2~1.00 with no trade 3,491.20 Following discussion on the ~urchasing of a new car, Hardy moved that all b]~s be rejected. The mntion wes seconded by Wa].lace and upon vote declared carried unanimously. Mayor Boos rmoorted that h~ had been contacted by th~ Gocdman Oil Co. on curb cuts and wanted additional space for trailers to be abl= to pull into their garage area. No action was taken on this request until the~ ~.new Chief o~ Police was selected. ~ S Mayor c~:o.~ read a ~eport from the Golf Cc~mittee meeting of Apr~.l 26, 1973 reviewing the funds available, new equipment which wp id be arriving and a proposed schedule of fees and operation. Fo]lowing discussion Wallace moved to accept the Golf Committee's recommendations which motion was seconded by Hardy and unom vote declared car~'ied unanimously. Fcllowin~i~ a discussion on ~eason Passes, Wallace moved the Councilmen and Mavor receive a family season pass. The motion was seconded by Archer and upon vote declared carried unamimously. The plat of James Nisula on the East side Subdivision, was pTesented and discussed. Following discussion, ~allace ~oved the plat be rejected because cfa 30' ally or right-of-way to Davis St. The motion was seconded by Archer and upon vote declared carried unanimously. The Use ~rmit with the U. %. Forest Service on the Sewer line easement was reviewed and following discussion, Hardy moved the Mayor and Cl~rk be author izod and ~nstructed to execute the agreement. The motion was seconded by Wallace and u~on vote declared carried unanimously. The apslication of Larry Diltm for a Beer and ~ne License at the McCall Deli was r-ad. F~llowing d~scuss~.on Wallace moved the license be granted wh!ch motion was seconded by Hardy and u~on vote declar d carried unanimously. The Clerk r=norted on 8ob Sm].th~s contacts with several architects and a proposed meeting to discuss with them a proposed City Complex. Following discussion, a me-ting was to be set up by the Clerk. Rema~<lus b:~iefly reported on the status of the Alleene Stever property and re~orte~ that a Boise Law Firm had been hired to straighten out the prop- erty disoute with the Edgecombs. The several bills were read for payment following which Hardy moved the bills be approved and ordered paid. 3872 Mrs. qose Acker 825.05 73 Dr. Clyde Archer 1.00 74 Donald L Boos 32.13 75 Joye ~ Catlin 265.28 76 Larry L Cha]fant 5!1.32 77 Martha Chitwood 235.09 78 8ill A Evans 21.96 79 Berry R Hankins 80 James W Hardy 20.66 81 Donald F Johnson 31.72 82 William A Mirk 293.06 8~ qobert Remaklus 242.50 84 Richard T. ~maklus 599.17 85 W 0 J Sestin 696.40 86 David B Smith 551.99 87 Gary Tawzer &lO.ll 88 Norman G Thsmmson 514.23 89 Francis E i~allace 20.66 90 Evelyn Goodwin 19~.82 91 Francis S Goodwin 48.36 92 Mrs N wton Whitehead 17.50 3Z93 94 95 96 97 98 99 39O0 O1 O2 O3 04 O5 O6 O? 08 O9 10 i1 12 13 15 16 17 18 19 2O 21 22 23 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 35 36 37 38 39 &6 48 ~9 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 6O 61 62 63 65 66 67 68 69 ?0 71 72 73 Mrs j!m ?r=~eman U S Post DCFice Postmaster I~ aho First Nat:onal E~ank Howard Donaldson Denn].s L G~ess Gary ~m~th Dan E Ccchman qhett C Bcw!ing Mike A 8ucy Donald L F~ckens Warren K Parkinson Richard E W~lliem G Elwin Brown Doyce Burgess Ern~e ~urgess Dan Durbin Dempsey Eddins Lewis E~dins Don Fitzwater Dennis Grass Don Johnson J~m Madden R~chard Nesbitt Gary Pickens Jay Pickens Norman Thompson Dick Yelton Patr~cia 8aeon Wi!l~am Smith Atlantic R~chfield Baker g Taylor ~oyd Martin Co ~:rown s Tie Continental ~ Consolidated Sum~ly Co OonBumems Un,on Coski Chevron Doubleday ~ Co.,lnc Dyna Systems ~nc Garden Center General F~m Equipment H ~ W Plumbing ~ ElectrJ~ Harvey's T~ Idaho Concrete mice Co Idaho Powem Co Idaho Telephone ~deal Gas of McCall ~ ~ R Ente~mrises Lew~ston Momn~ng Tribune Machinery Wmst, lnc ~irk ~nsu~ance Agency May H~rdware Medley S"~orts Muse Pmess, ~egon Ltd McCall Floral McCall Rexall Drug Norco Payette Lakes Lumber Co Pemco Electronics The Post-qmgister Publishers Central Bureau R~fe~ Wilson ~ Przybylski qowland B~os Sears Shell 0~1 Co Shavem's Jack 2eetin Sonny's T~me S~rv~ce Standard 0~1 Co Stan's Auto Parts Star-News State of ~daho Texaco ~eokB~man8 Texaco Un~on 0~ Co Phi]l~D~ Petroleum Un,ted States Go~f Association R~cordec, Valley County Western Fqu~pment 36.18 197.71 30.13 1.35.58 105,45 32,0! 75.32 17.89 6,59 18.83 60.26 35.78 7.50 10.00 5.00 5.00 15.00 2.50 23.50 5.00 12.50 5.00 5.00 5,00 5.00 5.00 7.50 7.00 12.00 19.89 24.92 343.11 157.24 81.16 160~ .08 8.[~0 92.72 ],64.41 1~0.50 32.13 81.00 170.78 16.80 303.16 1327.40 245.55 134.40 17.62 62.6& 27.30 1646.00 54.09 23,40 8.50 11,93 35 .OB 17.58 15.05 713.08 215.70 29 .kO 4.59 1975.00 53.00 J .00 7.95 57.98 102.62 87.48 330.45 19.85 &5.31 105.80 26.~2 5.61 12.85 12.3/~ 50.00 5,00 275.15 75 76 77 78 79 81 82 83 8& 85 86 87 88 Harry Whaley Wycoff Co.,Inc Association of Idaho Cities Public Employees qetirement I~aho First National Bank State Tax Commission Western Equipment Jack Seetin !LETS - teletype Rardon Bevill Robert E Smith Idaho Sewage ~ Water Works Certification Board 8ill Parkinson Rardon 8evill Rhett C. 8owling 21.00 3.50 &22.75 905.81 811 .&9 18& .87 635.79 150.00 25.00 ~0.13 300.00 2.00 18.83 15.06 108.27 The motion was seconded by Wallace and upon vote declared carried unan- imously. No further business coming before the Council the meeting was declared recessed until the call of the Chair. Donald Boo§, Mayor ATTEST: ~~,~~ William A. Kirk, Cl~rJ~ May 9, 1973 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 was trans- acted. Members present were Mayor Boos, Councilmen Archer, Hardy and Wallace. The Mayor stated the meet].ng was called for the purpose of interviewing J. D. Psrkins and Norman Thompson for the position of Chief of Police. As the meeting would be devoted to personal and salary, the Mayor stated the Council would go into Executive Session. Following the executive session the Mayor called the meeting to order and the interviews with J. D. Per~ins and Norman Thompson were briefly reviewed. Follow~ng further discussion Wallace moved that James D. Perkins be hired as Chief of Police of the City of McCall with a pro- bationary period of one (1) year effective May l&, 1973. A review of salary and duties would be made at the end of six month period. The motion was smconded by Hardy and upon vote declared carried unanimously. In discussion it was the unanimous opinion of the Mayor and Council that. Police Chief Perkins would confidently look forward to full and comolete cooperation of all members of the McCall Police Department in providing the highest quality police protection to the people of MCCall, Idaho. The plat of James Nisula was again presented for acceptance and following discussion Hardy moved to accept the plat upon the approval of the att- orney and the Clerk be ~nstructed to sign the document. The motion was seconded by Archer and upon vote declared carried unanimously. Norman Thompason and J. D. Perkins were present and the Mayor advised them of the selection. Perkins stated that he appreciated the oppor- tunity and would do the best possible job. No further business coming before t~e Council the mseting was declared recessed until the call of the Chair. 5dna lb Boos~, T~yor William ~. ~i~k, Cler~~--~- May 19, 1973 A continuation of the r~gular meeting of the City Council was held on the above date and the follwo~ng business transacted. Members pr=sent were Mayor ~]oos, Councilmen Wallace, Archer and Hardy, Evens excused. The req,~est for the transfer of the Seer License of the Lardo Saloon and Dance Hall !)~ Lewia F~oward ~a_~ ma de to the Council. No objection was had and the Clerk was ~.nstructed the transfer be completed. No further busineas coming !efore the Councii the mseting was declared recessed until the call of the Chair. ~ ~ ~~~ayor, Dona!d'8oos William A. Hirk, ~l~k June 4, 1973 A ro~ular....;~ meeting of the City Council of the City of McCall, Idaho was held on the above date and the following business traosacted. Members present were Mayor 8oos, Councilmen Wallace, Evans, Archer and Hardy. Evans moved the meeting sf May 7, 1973 be adjourned which motion was seconded by Hardy and upon vote declared carried unanimously. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved with the correction that the polic~,salary for Chief P=rkins should be a starting .~?0,[~0 per month and the clarification of Alleene Stover had salary of ~ ~ hired an attorney to strai?hten out the dispute with Edgecombs. Bob Smith, Engineer, was present on a discussion on a road widths, sewer and water line easements, snow loads, etc. which should be adopted by the City, He requested to work with Seetin on these matters and no objection was had by the Council. He stated t~.._.t four architectural firms had been contacted end a meeting set with the Council for June 6, 1973 and the procedure of the meeting was briefly reviewed as well as the m~thod of selection of a firm. H & H Development Co. representatives were present and reviewed the pro- cedure for obtaining building cermits and their apparent problems in getting tb~eir plans approved. The minutes of the meeting of Sept. 25, 1972 were read and discussed. The City Council ha~ not received any recom- mendation from the Zoning Commission and the set of plans which had been submitted were briefly discwssed. A further explanation on the condim- inium development was reviewed and a discussion on the number of units which would be constructed. Following discussion, ap~lications for two more units were requested at this time. The requ st was referred to the Zoning Commission for action. There followed a discussion on the fi~e and police protection in areas which did not have dedicated streets nor were being maintained by the City for snow plowing durin~ the winter months. 8ob Fogg was present and stated he wished to file a nuisance complaint. He retorted that 8i]1 §tathem had constructed a dwelling with an aliminum roof which reflected directly into his home and was like looking into a m~rror. He called about two weeks ago and Sta~m s ated the roof would be fixed. Fogg stated he was requesting no action from the City Council at this time as he had informed Mr. Stathem of his action. The information for contracts for the Municipal Airport for the Forest Service and Intermountain Aviation were to be made available for contracts to be ..... ned Chief of Police P?rkins was present and presented proposed Rules and Regulations for the Police De~artment~in ~eta~l. Following discussion of the recommendations there was no objection by the Council. ~egarding the previous request of the recommendation on Lenore and Second Street the Chief ~ecommended that Lsnore be made a Stop Street at tie inter- section of Second Street and the four-way stop sign in the middle cf the street be removed and re~laced with Stop signs at the side of the road. Following discussion, Wallace moved to approve the written rccommendation of the Chief of F~olice to make Lenore a Stop street at the intersection ~ith Second Street, ma~ing %eccnd Street a thru street. The motion was seconded by Archer and upon vote the motion was carried unanimously. Also discuss~d was a stop sign at First ~tr.~et and Highway 55 and the re- quiT~ements and permission necessary to post speed limits on City streets which were on State Highway system. The diagonal parking in front cf the Yacht Club was again discussed and the Chief would make a recommendation following a study. Regarding the Dog Pound oroblem, Colenbaugh proposed the purchase of an incenerator which could be used in conguntion with Cascade and Donnelly. The Attorney was asked tc check on the burial of animals. The radio equipment from the Sheriff in Council, Idaho was available to the City of McCall which would allow contact with the Council and New Meadows area. The only cost at this time would be a share of the power cost to ooerate the facility on Brundage. The Chief was instructed to investi~ate the cost and the availability, of space. The County radio dis~atch operation was briefly reviewed and the Police telephone continued use was discussed. Hardy r~ported on a meeting with the McCall Memorial Hospital Board members on the City-Valley County proposal for the purchase by the County. Remaklus reported tM~ a meeting with the County Commissioners and made recommendati, on on a lease extention which was read at length. Following Viscussion the lease extention was to ~e returned to the Commissioners for approval. Remaklus bciefly re~orted on the petition of Lake Forest Enterprises to have a plat vacated and the adjoining property annexed by the City of McCall. A public hearing was to be held by the Zoning Commission on the annexation and the City would hold a hearing on the next regular meeting date. No objection was had by the Council. Remaklus reported on the tree cutting Ordinance which had been oroposed by the Zoning Commission and stated it could be adopted without hearing as it is not a Zoning Ordinance. Following further discussion, copies of the complete proposal were to be sent to each of the Council members for study. The trailer ordinance as proposed by the Zoning Commission was briefly re- viewed an referred to the Zoning Commission for a Public Hearing. The building permit procedure as outlined and proposed by the Zoning Com- mission, was again reviewed in detail and adopted unanimously by the Council following several changes in the procedure. Archer ~eported the Sampson Trail Road meanders on the Lowell Davis property and could be corrected with cat work at the approximate cost of S500 which wo~ld also cover up the old City Dump. There followed a discussion on other locations needing road work in the City following which no objection was had by the Council. The r~qu~st for the dev~lopmsnt of Hewitt St. wast of the Nazarene Church was read f~o~ 3ohn A. Castle. There followed a dis- cuss~on on the City constructing a street suitable for right-of-way. No action was taken following further investigation. ~ r~oorted the nets for the tennis court at the High School had been ordered and basketball nets and back-boards would be olaced on the build- ing. There followed a discussion on the lighting of the court following which Evans moved to ao~rove an expenditure of the lighting of the court and the ourchase of the nets. The motion was seconded by Wallace and upon vote declared carried unanimously. Evans briefly reviewed a survey by the Mr. Stathem on a~parently proposed construction in the Brundage Mt. Sub-division area. Seetin was instructed to ch~ck the locations. The Mayor reported that A1Tice w~s bringing horses into the City iimits mhich were being removed each nite and the stable was ~eing ksept clean adjacent to the Shore Lodge. The Mayor r~?~oorted the Rotary Club would sponscr an Arthur Roberts Mem- orial which wo~ld include a fracture table for the hospital. Following discuss, sion Archer moved that ~1!'!0 be a!'~,prpriated to the Memorial Fund. The motion was s~conded by Hardy an~ uson vote declared carried unanim- ously. A p~tition was pr=sented to the Council containing 25 signatures from the River Sub-division owners requesting that area be designated as a single family dwelling only. Following discussion the petition was accepted by the Council and referred to the Zoning Commission. The several bitla were read for payment: 3989 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 4000 O1 O2 O3 Oa O5 06 07 08 O9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 2O 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 34 35 36 37 38 39 41 42 44 46 47 a8 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 5? 58 59 6O 61 62 63 64 65 Clyde Archer, Jr Donald LOsos Joye S. Cattin Larry L Chalfant Gara M Chitwood ~ill A Evans Berry R t<ankins James W Hardy Donald F Johnson W~itiam A ~irk Robert qamaklus Richard T Remaklus WOJ Seetin David S ~mith Gary Tawzer ~orman G. Thompson Francis E. Wallace Evelyn V Gcodwin Francis S Gccdwin Mur~el R Whitehead Robert E ~mith James D P~;~rkins Great destern Dist. Co David Smith State of Idaho Dan Cochran 8itl Parkinson Richard E. Rhodes William G. Fowler Ron Watkins Kenneth Medley Mike Gantz Rick 8owling Robert R. ~mith Rardon Sevili aon Eowling El. win ~rown Doyce Burgess Ernie 8urgess 8o~ Cameron Larry Chalfant Dempsey Eddins Lewis E~ins Donald Fitzwater Don Johnson James Madden David Smith ~orm Thom~son 81and Yelton Jr Dick Yelton Postmaster Postmaster De~nis L Grass Berry Hanktns Atlantic Richfisl~ Company Arrowhead Machinery a Sucply Co The Baker i Taylor Cc Eoise Cffice Equipment aond OFfice Equipment The acok ~hop Brown's !ndustr]es Caedmon ~cords, Inc The Cake Co. Continental Oil Company Consolidated 2uooly Co Doubleday a Co.,Inc. Educational Marketing H i 2 Plu~king & Electric Hertzberg %aylomd Eros Idaho Power CcmRany 3tate Health Department Idaho Telephone Company State [~f !~!aho ~tate of Iqaho Idaho Statesman 1.00 32.13 265 511.32 235.09 21.96 399.34 20.66 31.72 293.06 242.50 599.17 696.40 551.99 514 .~3 ?m.66 177.&7 79.55 25.S9 300.00 223.90 16.97 150.00 3.00 18.83 2a6.13 266.19 92.27 22. O0 &2.37 173.77 IG2.00 32.00 20.00 lO .00 20.00 25.00 10.00 5.00 10.00 25.00 17.50 38.50 25.00 17.50 17.50 5.00 ].0.00 17.50 37.86 8.00 30.13 64.77 21.97 219.86 9.63 ~.55 22.50 21.58 314.45 3.58 93.18 25.54 179.12 88.95 71.64 22.03 232.40 172.55 22.20 1488.59 10.00 256.80 3.00 25.00 al.76 66 Idastr~es ?2.90 67 Ideal Gas of McCall, Inc 18.20 68 Josten's 40.15 69 K ~ R Enterprises 2.99 70 ~albus Office Equipment 33.50 71 William A. ~irk Insurance Agency 159.00 72 Long Valley Farm Se~vice 570.83 73 Macmillan Publishing Co 128.00 ?4 May Hardware ~ Glass 18.60 ?5 Mike's Union 76 5.85 ?6 Mitchum Scecielty Co ?? Don Johnson 89.90 78 McCall D~sposa! 52.50 79 McCall Jewelers 16.00 80 McCall ~exell Drug 10.35 81 NCRCO 82 Nordling Parts 14.45 L~k:..S Lumber Co 354 34 83 Payette '~ = · 84 Phillips Petroleum Co 3.00 85 Rowland Bros 57.75 86 Frank R ~chell ?.00 87 Shaver's 6.72 88 Shell Oil Co 30.01 89 Sonny's Tire Service 2.00 90 Standard Oil Company 551.94 91 The Star-~ews 47.10 92 Starline Equipment 261.72 93 Texaco Inc 10.23 94 Transport Clearing 5.49 95 United Laboratories, Inc 177.18 96 Valley Veterinarian 19.50 97 Scranton Publishing Co.,Inc 15.00 98 Wycoff Co.,Inc 3.00 99 Jack Seetin 150.00 4100 State of i~aho SWT 197.38 O1 State of Idaho-Sales Tax 282.74 02 Idaho First 5ational 2ank FWT 841.79 03 Western Equipment Co 635.79 04 Arthur Roberts P, emorial Fund 100.00 05 Pacific St tes Cast Iron 5958.16 06 Alleene Stover 718.88 07 Howard Donaldson 45.19 08 Dennis Grass 60.26 09 Gary Smith 10 Rardon Bevill 45.19 11 Public Emcloyees qetiremsnt System 793.24 12 Association of Idaho Cities 465.25 13 Norman G Thcm~son 569.86 14 Donald L. P~ckens 6.59 15 Berry R. Hankins 421.13 16 Idaho First National 8~nk 10,454.95 17 Ifaho First Nation~l Sank-CD 42,023.26 18 Inter-Mountain State Bank-CD 10,453.51 19 I~aho First National Bank 30.88 20 Void Hardy moved the bills be cpproved, th~ motion was seconded by Evans and upon vote declared carried unanimously. No further business comin~ b=fore tI~e Council the meeting. ~,as declared rece?sed until the call of the Chair. Clerk ,~"~ ' June 6, 1.973 A continuation of the regular meeting of June 4, 1973 was held on the above date and the following business transacted. Members present ws~e Mayor 8pos, Councilmen Archer, ~allace, Evans and Hardy. The Mayor stated the meetin0 Ides called for the purpose of meeting with the three architects for any proposed City building or complex and in- itial planning. Sob Smith, Engin:er, wP~o was present reviewed the background for interviews anJ the work to Rs contimplated for the City. The firms ~:'sent were Bush and Wilson, Watson, Laethem and Maxey, Jerry 3prute and ,Associates. ~mith re~d a tempter to the firms outlinin~t th~ ~rssentat~on and the conce~t of the ~rooosed construction. The Mayor briefly r~vi wed the Chief of Police ~eport on the operation of the ~o!ice department ~nd following lengthy discussion, :~a]lace moved the Police Auxiliary Unit as now constituted bedesolved and disbanded and all equisment, badges, city property of any type be returned immediately to the Chief of Police. The Chief of ~o!ice is authorized and directed to deputize any parsonet ss he sees f~.t to compl~ment the existing force and that he also be ~irected to submit any oro~osa] to the Council he deems necessary for the formation o? a sim~liar type patrol for traffic control, etc. The motion was seconded by Evans an~ u~on vote declared carried unanimously. The Council then pro:esded to inter iew the several architectural firms which ~r~sented their individual concepts and ~lans for a Cit~., H~!! complex, qualif- ication and past work. Fo]lowip!! ~iscussion on the v~rious Firms, Evens moved that the firm of ~atson, Leatham an~ Maxey be refrained as architects and Planners for the City. The motion ,,~as seconded by Hardy and upon vote dsc!arsd carried unanimously. The severe~ firms , ~ .~_ were cresent and th~y were advised of th= selection by th~o Mayor. A request was made by Derry Hankins for an audience with the Council which was granted. Norm Tompson and Berry Hankins were present and Thompson stated that many th~ngs had h~ppened prior to Mr. Perkins being hired as Chief of Police which he wasbeing blamed but not responsible. In discussiJn over an incident todaV when offering assistance, Thompson had been fired and than rehired on a 14 day notice. He stored thi_i was not a suitable arranoe- ment and the ~roblem should b~ worked out for th~ department to operate and psrm~.t cooperation. There followed a discussion on the records being kept by the officers. Hankins stated that the Senior Party resulted in two men being deputized by the Idaho State Police and two reserves were fired by the Chief. There :n'~.llo,.Jed e ~i:cu~sion on th~· circumstances of the ~tate Police, the Senior Party and th? ~sserves. Hankins re~orted on a session with the Cascade Sheriffs office and himself on his o!dn time, and was re- quested to submit a typewritten reoort on an "incident reoort" to ~ustify his meeting. The Chief was rsauasted to a~pear i: the srosecutors office as a rcsu!t of his action. Following Further discussion, the officiers stated the Chief w~s not available for help to the other officiers and the working relations was necessary. There followed further discussion on the o~e~ation of the police department. ~o further business coming before the Council the m:et~ng was declared re- cessed unt~t the call of the Chair. Clerk Mayor June 12, 197~ A continuation of the re ular meeting of the City Council of the City of McC=!i, ~ Idaho was h~ld on the above date and the following business trans- acted. Members Dresent were Mayor :ODS, Councilmen Wallace, Evans, Archer and Hardy. Th~ Mayor stated the meeting was called for the purpose of approving the second extention and modification of the hospital lease with Vatlev County. The extention was read at length and was as ~crsviously discussed following which Evans introduced and moved the adoption of the following resolution: Hardy seconded the adoption of the resolution w' ich upon vote was declared carried unanimously. The Mayor stated he had a request from the Lions Club for the sale of fire- works from a stand located in the Merc parking lot during the Fourth or July. Hardy moved the requqst be ~pproved and ~allace seconded the motion. Upon vote the motion was declared carried unanimously. No further business coming before the Council the meeting was recessed until th~ call of the Chair. ATTEST: j July 2, 1973 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, ~llace, Hardy, and Evans. Hardy moved the meeting of June 4, 1973 be adjourned which motion was seconded by Wallace and upon vote declared carried unanimously. The minutes of the pre~ious meetings were read and approved as read. Serve Wilson, Supt. of Schools, was pmesent on a proposed lease with the City of McCall for School District 421 on property south of the cemetery adjacent to the east-west County road. He outlined the School District building program and proposed to censtruct three quonset hut type buildings for school bus storage and bus maintenance. The area of land necessary would be approximately 200 feet by 200 feet to accomadate three buildings 40' x 80' with room between to move buses and remove snow. A ten (10) year lease was proposed with no apparent legal problems. There followed a d~scussion on the sewer line right- of-way and the reversion of a building to the City of McCall at the termination of the lease period. The total estimated cost to the District would be between $40,000 and $45,000. Following further discussion Hardy moved to refer to the Zoning Commission for recommendation the request to construct the quonset type buildings. The motion was seconded by Evans and upon vote declared carried unanimously. A1Kriver was present on the plat vacation of the Thompson-Woolley Addition and the annexation of the area adjacent to the City of McCall as outlined in the legal notices. The recommendations of the Zoning Commission were read in detail andathe items discussed. The paving of streets after a year of settling was discussed and a guarantee of performance of developer was reviewed. The Attorney recommended that any restrictions be tied to the Subdivision exceptance and that several of the recommendations were not necessary as the streets would not be accepted by the City unless the City Standards are met. The water and sewer lines were to be installed by the developer. There followed a discussion on item #3 on the Park dedication and the obligations which would be assumed by the City if accepted by the City for this purpose. The other recommendations were reviewed and discussed following which the Mayor reviewed the proceedure for vacating the exsisting plat. Evans moved the Clerk be instructed to work with the Attorney to make the necessary legal publications and notices for the annexation and Zoning Hearings to be set for July 30, 1973 at 7:00 O'clock P.M. The motion was seconded by Wallace and upon vote declared carried unanimously. Jim McQuade was present and requested approval of a Beer License application for the Yacht Club ~n~the name of Elna Roberts McQuade. There followed a discussion and the Attorney stated there was a question if the pmemises were already licensed. Bmsed on the Attorney's recommendation following a dis- cussion with the State of Idaho Dept. of Law Enforcement, Wallace moved to approve the license as requested. The motion was seconded by Hardy and upon vote declared carried unmmimously. Don Johnson, Fire Ghief, was present and presented the regulations for the control of open burning to the Council. The various provisions were dis- dussed and rev iewed. It was also proposed that plans of buildings and new Commercial buildings be filed with the Fire Depa£tment to allow Fire Pre-pl~mning for greater efficiency in the event of a fire. Follo~ng dis- cussion it was the opinion ~hat the Zoning Commission could furnish a copy to the Fire Dept. for this purpose. Plans for the new fire station should include a tower for drying hose. A discussion followed on the inspection of buildings for fire prevention. The extention of the existing lease with the U. S. Forest Service at the McCall Municipal Airport was read following which Wallace moved to authorize and instruct the Mayor and Clerk to execute the renewal agreement. The motion was seconded by Evans and upon vote declared carried unanimously. A letter from Vivian Stien was read requesting a refund on the purchase of a season golf pass following the illness of Wanek Stien. Following discussion Hardy moved to approve the refund of $96.50 which motion was seconded by Evans and upon vote declared carried unanimously. Wine by the Drink Ordinance as smported by the Association of Idaho Cities in other than licensed premises was reviewed and following discussion, no action was taken. The Hidden Sub-Division by LeRoy Englis was presented and following an inspection Wallace moved to approve the plat subject to the approval of the City Engineer and City Attorney. The motion was seconded by Evans and upon vote declared carried unanimously. Bob Fogg was present and reviewed a complaint on the roof of the adjacent building to his dwelling constructed by William Stathem. He stated three weeks had passed and~no action had been taken by Stathem to remedy the complaint and requested the C~ty take some action. Following discussion Evans moved to have the Attorney drmw up a complaint and specify a 7-day compliance from the service date of the complaint. The motion was seconded by Hardy and upon vote declared carried un- animously. The several bills were read for payment, following which Wallace moved to approve the bills and order paid. The motion was seconded by Evans and upon vote declared carried unanimously. 4121 Clyde Archer Jr 1.00 22 Donald L Boos 32.13 23 Jaye S. Catlin 265.28 24 Larry L Chalfant 505.32 25 Sara M. Chitwood 235.09 26 Bill A Evans 21.95 27 James W. Hardy 20.66 28 Donald F. Johnson 31.72 29 William A. Kirk 293.06 30 Robert Remaklus 242.50 31 Richard T. Remaklus 599.17 32 W.O.J.Seetin 702.40 33 David B Smith 551.99 34 Gary Tawzer 478.38 35 Francis E Wallace 20.66 36 Evelyn V Goodwin 141.44 37 Francis S Goodwin 73.23 38 Robert E. Smith 300.00 39 James D Perkins 464.04 40 Dave C Myers 330.70 41 James M Boyd Jr 107.42 42 Idaho First National Bank-C.D. 5,000.00 43 Muriel.Whitehead 21.18 44 Sandy Rhodes 117.22 45 William Fowler 109.21 46 Kenneth Medley 246.03 47 Mike Gantz 251.33 48 Rick Bowling 107.00 49 Jim Brooks 32.00 50 Tawna S Catline 63.08 51 Craig Collins 294.68 52 Richard Hanson 319.39 53 Lauren O Hutchins 64.00 54 Junior Inglis 183.19 55 Rick Moore 259.93 56 Rardon Bevill Jr 35.00 57 Ronald Bowling 25.00 58 Elwin Brown 22.50 59 Doyce Burgess 40.00 60 Ernie Burgess 42.50 61 Bob Cameron 15.00 62 Larry Chalfant 15.00 63 Dempsey Eddins 45.00 64 Lewis Eddins 35.00 65 G Joe Edwards 10.00 66 Monald Fitzwater 48.50 67 Dennis Gress 15.00 68 Berry Hankins~, 25.00 4169 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 8O 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 9O 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 4200 01 O2 O3 O4 O5 06 O7 08 O9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 2O 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 3O 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 4O 41 Bus Johnson Don Johnson James E Madden Richard Wilde Bland Yelton, Jr Dick Yelton Postmaster Atlantic Fichfield Company Baker & Taylor Boise Cascade Corp Bond Office Equipment The Book Shop 3ames Bo~d Boyd Martin Co Brown's Tie The Cake Company Certified Laborteries Continental Oil Co Consolidated Supply Co DEL ~hemical Discount Books, Inc Doubleday & Company, Inc Educational Marketing & Research, Inc General Learning Corp H & W Plumbing and Electric Idaho Concrete Pipe Co.,Inc Void Idaho Department of Aeronautics Idaho Power Company Lakeview Interiors Long Valley Farm Service Medley Sports Macmillan Publish'~ing Mike's Union 76 General Electric Company McCall Disposal McCall Rexall Drug NORCO National Geographic Society Payette Lakes Lumber Co Publishers Central Bureau Rowland Bros Sears Sonny's Tire Service Standard Oil Co Starline Equipment Co Stan's Auto Parts The Star-News Steve Regan Co Spencer Book Co Tartan Book Sales John & Bill's Texaco Texaco Inc Postmaster Van Waters & Rogers Valley County Road Dept Union Oil Co. of Calif Western Equipment Co Association of Idaho Cities Public Employees Retirement System Valley County Trust Fund Idaho First National Bank State Tax Commission State Tax Commission-Sales Tax Jack Seetin ILETS Office of the City Clerk Idaho First National Bank Idaho First National Bank Idaho First National Bank Inter-Mountain State Bank Inter-Mountain State Bank Inter-Mountain State Bank 25.00 50.00 20.00 12.50 15.00 17.50 42.90 43.03 &39.51 123.60 127.50 26.04 5.00 83.15 386.85 27.26 430.41 106.01 1,041.88 69.81 6.57 123.42 22.47 8.60 56.28 388.60 1,401.22 786.76 7.5O 10.00 74.29 2.71 76.40 1,090.00 60.00 23.79 7.10 12.50 84.51 1.34 54.00 32.68 28.00 383.38 43.92 62.62 309.57 720.00 25.15 87.65 1.00 64.33 5.40 352.50 469.50 28.00 635.79 439.30 904.88 3,143.44 1,013.29 234.42 257.93 150.00 25.00 19.40 10,032.18 5,977.29 5,904.00 5,904.00 5,977.29 10~034.92 2_45 No further business coming before the Council the meeting was declared re6essed until the call of the Chair. ~ ~f6' /~f'rf~ ATTESt: ,~I2Z~'~C Mayor Clerk f_~ July 30, 1973 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 was transacated. Members present were Mayor Boos, Councilmen Evans, Archer and Hardy. Wallace absent. The Mayor stated the meeting was called a~ advertised for a Hearing for the annexation of the Lake Forest Addition and a vacation of the Thompson-Wooly addition plat. Following discussion, Evans ~ntroduced and moved the adoption of Proposed Ordinance # 322, AN AORDINANCE ANNEXING CERTAIN LANDS AND TERRITORY TO THE CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE CITY OF McCALL, IDAHO; PROVIDING BENEFITS, RIGHTS, AND OBLIGATIONS OF SUCH ANNEXED TERRITORY; AMENDING THE CITY MAP OF ZONING AND CLASSIFING SUCH LANDS UNDER THE ZONING ORDINANCE; PROVIDING THAT A MAP OF SAID ANNEXED AREA BE PREPARED AND FILED WITH THE CITY CLERK; REQUIRING A COPY OF ~tS ORDINANCE AND MAP TO BE FILED WITH THE COUNTY ASSESSOR AND COUNTY RECORMER OF VALLEY COUNTY, STATE OF IDAHO AND WITH THE STATE TAX COMMISSION OF IDAHO. AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. Hardy moved the Rules be suspended for the passage of Proposed Ordinance #322 which motion was seconded by Evans and upon vote declared carried unanimously. The motion moving the adoption of Proposed Ordinance #322 was seconded by Archer and upon vote declared carried unanimously. Proposed Ordinance #323 was introduced by Hardy and read at length,,~AN ORDINANCE VACATING A PORTION OF THE OFFICIAL PLAT OF THOMPSON, WOOLY ADDITION #2 of the CITY OF McCALL, IDAHO AND PROVIDING THAT A C~PY OF THIS ORDINANCE BE FILED WITH" THE COUNTY ASSESSOR AND COUNTY RECORDER OF VALLEY COUNTY IDAHO. Following discussion Evans moved the Rules be suspended for the passage of proposed Ordinance #323 which motion was seconded by Archer and upon vote de- clared carried unanimously. Archer seconded the motion moving the adoption of Proposed Ordinance #323 which upon vote was declared carried unanimously. A request for a Catering License for the Big Sky Corp. at the McCall Municipal Golf Course from August 1 thru August 4 wasmmad, following discussion Hardy moved to approve the Catering request which motion was seconded by Evans and upon vote declared carried unanimously. The Clerk reported that information had been received which indecated the City of McCall Revenue Sharing Funds for the 1973-1974 year would be approximately $46,~9. Ther followed a brief discussion on the priority uses for these funds. Evans reviewed a projection of water construction for 1973-74 showing the needs for additional lines and pumps. He stated that permission to dig in the lake bottom was necessary from the State and would be requested. Following further discussion no objection was had by the Council on the proposed construction. The Mayor reported a complaint from the Public Beaches area where swimming lessons were being held, on nails on logs and boards which were in the ~wimming instruction area. The Mayor briefly reported on the request of Jerry Blattner for the construction of six inch water l~ne in the area of Lardo which was not presently served by City Water. No further business coming before the Council the meeting was declared recessed until the call of the Chair. Clerk ~Mayor ' August 6, 1973 A regular meeting of the City Council of the City of McCall, Idaho was held on the above date and the following business transacted. Members present were Mayor Boos, Councilmen Archer, Wallace and Hardy, Evans absent. Hardy moved the meeting of July 2, 1973 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. Sheri Frandin and Janice Fouch were present with complaints about the sp~ed boats in the area where swimming lessons were being taught and also the bottles and cans in the area. Following discussion, Seetin was instructed by the Parks Commissioner to put a log boom around the area where the swimming lessens were being given. Andy Anderson of A& C Corporation was present and submitted a plot plan for 18 units of low-cost housing complex on Ponderosa St. between Spruce and Pine Streets. It was reported there was an eight inch sewer and a four inch water line on Ponderosa St. The project has been approved by the Rural Farm Home Administration, cleared by the Master Planner doing the survey for McCall Development Company and approved by the McCall Zoning Commission. The FHA had approved the operational budget for maintenance of the project, snow removal, painting and etc. Following discussion Wallace raised the question of multi-unit dwellings and the moratorium which had been placed in effect and the minutes of Feb. 2, 1973 were read and discussed. Andy Anderson requested approval of the plat plan, the pmeliminary building plans and an application for a building permit for the 18-unit multi-dwelling, following further discussion, ~t was moved by Hardy that with the recommendation of the City Engineer the request be forwarded to the City Zoning and Planning Commission. The motion was seconded by Archer and upon vote declared carried ~ith Archer and Hardy in favor, Wallace abstaining. The motion was declared carried. Gail Heist Voshka Corporation submitted a plot plan for a Mobile Home Subdivision consisting of 22 units on Davis and Ponderosa St. Following discussion Hardy moved the request be referred to the Zoning and Planning Commission which motion was seconded by Wallace and upon vote declared carried unanimously. It was noted by Archer that there is a need for this type of development or area. Rod Davidson, Charles Allen, manager of the Brass Lamp and Lardo Saloon were present and inquired if they were being discriminated against because a Wine License was not available. They were assured they were not as an Ordinance had not been passed approving the sale of wine by the drink. Following discussion Davidson stated he would draft a letter to the Council stating the reasons for the request. Wallace recommended that a study be made during this time. LeRoy ~nglis ~was present on the Hidden Subdivision plat and presented the hard copy for Council approval. Following discussion Hardy moved that the plat be accepted on the recommendation of the City Engineer and the City Attorney. The motion was seconded by Wallace and upon vote declared carried unanimously. A letter of credit was to be deposited with the Clerk to complete the reads in the Hidden Subdivision as shown. LeRoy Inglis stated that he did not feel that he could afford the total cost of the construction of the 8" sewer line under the railroad track to the Wildwood lift station. He proposed to put up $2,000 cash to help pay for the cost of the construction and the City pick up the balance. There followed a discussion on the p~posal following which the Council delayed any action until the Councilman in charge of sewer, Bill Evans, returned and his recommendation would be made to the Council. Bob Smith, City Engineer, discussed the street standards on the Kriver or L~ke Forest Subdivision. The City requires a 30' top with a 24' of oil plus 3' on either side for a shoulder. He stated that he is making printed standards for the streets, water and sewer which can be distibuted to contractors. Jim Perkins, Chief of Police, was present and proposed the following changes in the traffic laws in the City of McCall. 1. ~he removal of the Stop sign at the intersection of Hemlock and Davis Sts. with request that the Stop sign be moved to the northbound lane on Davis Ave. at its intersection with Hemlock. 2. Parrell parking be initiated at the Yacht Club as soon as possible due to the inconsistance and confusion caused by diagonal and parrel parking withit two limited areas. Cars are parking on the cross walk and parking diagonal in parrell marked areas. Also stepped up reinforcement at this location is not solving the problem. Following discussion, Hardy moved the recommendations that were made by the Chief of Police be accepted which motion was seconded by Wallace and upon vote declared carried unanimously. Mayor Boos suggested to Chief Perkins that a seminar be h~ld at the McCall-Donnelly School system for bicycle safety and the Chief stated that such a program would be set up. The Chief stated that the Police Department needed a new typewriter and new filing cabinets for the updated filing system. This additional equipment is necessary so the City would be in compliance with the uniform Crime Act and results in loss of Federal Funds. He also stated that the City is now covered 24 hours a day, seven days a week with the four man department. Hardy stated it was possible that the roof repair of the McCall Memorial Hospital would go over the $2,500 and the attorney stated the Call for Bids would be nec- essary. Bob Smith was to evaluate the roof and make a cost estimate. Following discussion on the proposed tree cutting ordinance, Wallace moved that the Ordinance be rejected at this time. The motion was seconded by Hardy and upon vote declared carried with Wallace and Hardy in favor and Archer opposed. John Allen of the Zoning Commission had forwarded to the Ci~y Clerk the request of the passage of a resolution regarding the Joint County Planning and Coordin-ating Committee. Following discussion Hardy moved that the City Council of the City of McCall join in the appointments and agree to the goals set forth in the resolution adopted by the Board of County Commissioners of Valley County which is attached and as follows: The Goal of th~s Committee is to coordinate the preparation of a County wide Comp- rehensive Plan for presentation to each of the Village Boards for their approval and then to the Board of Commissioners. The motion was seconded by Archer and upon vote declared carried unanimously. A letter from Serve Wilson, Supt. of Schools, was mead requesting that a lease be drawn between the City of McCall and the School District 421 for a period of ten (10) years on a parcel of land that lys no£th of Dienhard Lane between Mission St. And the railroad tracks. The initial lease would be for a period of ten (10) years at which time one permenent type structure would revert to the City of McCall The School District would have the option of leasing the land for the two remaining buildings that did not revert to the City ~or a period of five (5) years. At the end of 15(fifteen) years the City would have first option to purchase the two (2) remaining buildings if they were not going to be used elsewhere by the School D~strict. The above Land Lease for 10 years for three buildings and the additional five (5) year land lease on the two (2~ remaining buildings would be at a token charge per year to the School District. Following lengthy discussion, the Council was advised that another proposal w~s~being made to the School District to make the bus barn available and on that basis no mction was taken by the City Council. The several bills were read for payment, following which Hardy moved the bills be approved and ordered paid. The motion was seconded by Archer and upon vote declared carried unanimously. 4243 44 45 46 47 48 49 5O 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 Idaho First National Bank Dr. Clyde Archer Donald L Boos Joye S. Catlin Larry L Chalfant Sara M Chitwood Bill A Evans James W Hardy Donald F Johnson William A Kirk Robert Remaklus Richard T Remaklus W O J Seetin David B Smith Gary Tawzer Francis E Wallace Evelyn V. Goodwin Francis S. Goddwin Robert E Smith James D Perkins Dave C Myers James M Boyd Jr Charles E Holtz Idaho First National Bank Nan Christopher Carmen Bouck 4,084.90 1.00 32.13 265.28 505.32 235.00 21.96 20.66 31.72 293.06 242.50 599.17 699.40 551.99 478.38 20.66 145.10 84.89 300.00 464.04 425.70 402.24 291.75 5,257.62 60.00 48.00 4269 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 8O 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 9O 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 4300 O1 O2 O3 O4 05J O6 O7 O8 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 3O 31 32 33 34 35 4336 37 38 39 4O 41 42 43 44 45 James Brooks Craig Collins Lavin F Farrar William G Fowler Nike Gantz 'Richard Hanson Lynn Hogge Junior Inglis Rick Moore Kenneth Medley Jim Majors Muriel Whitehead Mary Jo Nelson Rardan Bevill Ron Bowling Elwyn Brown Doyce Burgess Ernie Burgess Larry Chalfant Dempsey Eddin$ Louis Eddins G Joe Edwards Donald Fitzwater Boyd Gilbert Dennis Gres$ Barry Hankins Bus Johnson Donald F Johnson Jim Madden Rick Wilde Dick Yelton Sonny Yelton Richard M Hansen Inter-Mountain State Bank Acheson Motors American Data Products Atlantic Richfield Co The Baker & Taylor Co Baxter Foundry & Machine Works, Inc Bill's Cash Grocery Block's The Book Shop Boyd Martin Co Bond Office Brown's Industries Consolidated Supply Co Continental Oil Company Certified Laboratories Cliff Carlson Martha Chitwood Del Chemical Corp Decker's Inc Doubleday & Company Inc Lavin F Farrar General Learning Corp Haldeman & Williamson, Inc H & W Plumbing and Electric IDASTRIES Idaho Power Company Idaho Telephone Company Ideal Gas Co Bill Jeffs Jensen-Graves Company William A Kirk Agency John and Bill's Texaco Lakeside Conoco Miller's American Mike's Union 76 MOBILCOM May Hardware and Glass Medley Sports McCall Clearamrs McCall Disposal McCall Rexall Drug C.W.Nielsen Corp NORCO Jim Perkins 32.00 358.09 16.00 120.51 8.00 316.30 23.00 445.18 409.09 326.38 16.00 27.07 148.08 5.00 12.50 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 7.50 7.50 5.00 23.50 12.50 7.50 5.00 5.00 17.50 15.00 2.50 5.00 7.50 138.79 4,945.15 110.25 53.48 34.23 76.05 1,990.20 1.63 360.40 22.61 156.02 14.80 157.91 1,724.89 28.72 153.90 175.09 15.55 69.81 30.90 135.09 45.00 46.62 46.78 130.78 59.30 2,482.80 546.34 4.42 26.25 9.90 174.00 8.70 16.58 8.05 5.44 109.00 116.21 104.35 2.50 55.00 1.98 51.30 38.40 37.00 4346 Pyro Safety Co 37.35 47 Publishers Central Bureau 80,01 48 Payette Lakes Lumber Co 14.56 &9 Pacific States Steel 4,466.78 50 Quick Canadian Facts Limited 2.00 51 Rowland Bros 63.75 52 Ernest M Steelsmith 9.30 53 Starline Equipment Co 102.60 54 Standard Oil Co 55 Shell Oil Co 7.14 56 Mhaver's 38.36 57 Star-News 317.90 58 Smith & Monroe Engineers, Inc 480.00 59 Stan's Auto Parts 128.96 60 SArgent-SOwell, Inc 241.67 61 Texaco Inc 67.87 62 G A Thompson Co 63.75 63 Transport Clearing 5.49 64 Union Oil Co of Calif 15.91 65 Union Pacific Railroad Co 5.00 66 W O J Seetin 150.00 67 ILETS 25.00 68 Western Equipment Co 635.79 69 Association of Idaho Cities 481.80 70 Public Employees Retirement System 868.34 71 Idaho First National Bank 1,162.39 72 State Tax ~Con~nission 278.22 73 State Tax Commission-Sales Tax 465.28 74 C &MLumber Co 23.30 75 Gary Tawzer 2,750.00 76 Cesco 24.86 No further business coming before the Council the meeting was declared recessed until the call of the Chair. Major Clerk August 13, 1973 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, Hardy, Evan and Archer. Wallace absent. The Mayor stated the meeting was called for the purpose of meeting with the architects on the general planning of the City Buildings and the planning and construction of the Fire House. Architects Lathum and Maxey were present and reviewed preliminary floor plans which had been prepared and their suggestions to acquire property on the East side of the Library for the location of the Fire Station. There followed a lengthy discussion on the type of structure., facilities{~ costs, etc. which should be constructed. Following additional discussion, the architects were instructed to proceed with plans for the housing of the Fire truck based on the discussion and recommendations of the ~ouncil. Jack Seetin was instructed to contact W. O. Payton on the purchase of proposed land East of the Municipal Library Building. Bill Evans reviewsd the Inglis request for Sewer line construction and stated the new proposal would be for the City to construct the line and layathe line with Inglis paying $2000 toward the costs. Following discussion on the man-holes, the carrier pipe under the railroad track, etc. Evans moved that the proposal as outlined by Inglis to pay $2000 on the total cost be accepted. The motion was seconded by Hardy and upon vote declared unanimously. The request of School District 421 for the lease of City land for school bus storage was reviewed and fmllowing discussion, Evans moved that a proposed lease be made with the stipulation be made that the City designate the placement of buildings at the inception date of the lease and that all ~mildings that were not City property be removed at the termination of the lease and the land be restored to the con4ition at the time the lease was executed. Following discussion the motion was seconded by Hardy and the vote declared unanimously. Evans reported that a 30 KW generator had been located in Barstow, California and was available on a five-year lease to the City. He stated the ~overnment would pay ~ the expense of'g~ing~Xk~x~m~Xmx after the generator or the shipping costs and also would pay ~ of any repairs necessary to make it operable. Following discussion, Archer moved to approve the acquisition as soon as possible of the KW Generator. The motion was seconded by Hardy and upon vote declared carried unanimously. The Clerk read a letter from Robert Scoles resigning as Chairman and member of the McCall Planning and Zoning Commission. Following discussion, Evans moved the resignation be regretfully accepted which motion was seconded by Hardy and upon vote declared carried unanimously. Seetin reported contacting Wendell Smith of Preston, Idaho, the former City Engineer on plans of the City Pump House and it appeared the plans would available to the City. No further business coming before the Bosnail, the meeting was declared recessed until the Call of the Chair. . ~~~ .... Mayor ATTEST: '~ ' ' '~--Clerk August 23, 1973 A continuation of the regular meeting of the City Council of the City of McCall ~as held on the above date and the following business transacted. Members present were Mayor Boos, Councilmen Wallace, Archer, Hardy and Evnas. The Mayor stated the purpose of the meeting was considering the final plat approval of Mountain Pines Mobile Estates division. The proposed plat was examined and a Restrictive Covenants discussed. Following discussion, Archer moved the plat be approved 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. Mayor ' August 29, 1973 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 Wallace, Archer & Hardy. Evans absent. The Mayor stated the purpose of the meeting was to consider the request to transfter the Beer and Liquor Licenses from Joe's Forester Club to Betty Hersey dba Betty's Foresters Club. Following discussion Wallace moved the transfer be approved as requested which motion was seconded by Archsr and u on vote declared carried unanimously. No further business coming before the Council, the meeting was declared recessed until the cal~ of the chair. Clerk ~ .... ~y~ ---~ September 4, 1973 A regular meeting of the City Council of the City of McCall was'~eld on the above date and the following business transacted. Members present w~re Mayor Boos, Councilmen Wallace, Archer, Evans and Hardy. Hardy moved the meeting of August 6, 1973 be adjourned, which motion was seconded by Wallace and upon ~te declared carried unanimously. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved as read. The plat of the Rio-Vista Subdivision ~4 was presented to the Council for app- roval although it was outside the City limits, there followed a discussion on road width, culdasacs, etc. Following discussion Wallace moved the plat be accepted subject to the approval of the Planning and Zoning Commission. The motion was seconded by Hardy and upon vote declared unanimously. The plans for the proposed Fire Station for the City of McCall were forwarded to the ~lanning and Zoning Commission for examination and approval. The Timber-Lake plat was presented and discussed at length following which Wallace moved the plat be accepted which motion was seconded by Hardy and upon vote declared carried unanimously. The Wildwood plat was presented for acceptance and following discussion, Evans moved the plat be accepted which motion was seconded by Hardy and upon ~vote declared carried unanimously. Letters were read from Lewis Howard and C. W. Allen, Jr. regarding a previous request for ~ine Licenses at the Brass Lamp and the Lardo Saloon° The question as to discrimination by not having a license issued was revved and the issuance of licenses by the State and County were discussed. Wallace reviewed the rec- ommendations of the Polic~.Dept. which were not to pass an Ordinance allowing Wine by the drink, he stated he would appose passage based on the information available. Lewis Howard reviewed the conditions during the winter months and proposed opemation. Following further discussion the Mayor asked for the op- inion of the Council and the passage of such an Ordinance to grant wine by the drink on premises licensed for Beer following which Hardy and Evans approved the Ordinance and Archer and Wallace apposed the Ordinance. The Mayor stated he would vote in favor of the Ordinance breaking the tie and the Attorney was instructed to draw the Ordinance. The fees were discussed at length for the license and the law stated they could not exceed $100. Evans moved the fee for the wine by the drink license be set at $100, which motion was seconded by ~d~L~X Archer and upon vote declared carried unanimously. Hardy reported that the bids were being advertised on the roof for the McCall ~Memorial Hospital and were to be opened September 14, 1973 at 4:0'clock p.m. It was reported that W.O. Payton had been contacted and agreed to sell the property east of the Municipal Library following an appraisal by the City and by an appraiser ofhis choice. The appraisal from Perc Shelton was presented in the amount of $4,900. Hardy stated that he had been contacted on objections to the City entering into a lease with the School District on the bus st~=age facilities. Evans stated that he felt another location might better serve the purpose and the location of the old dump at the end of Colorado St. was made. Evans moved to change the location of the lease ground between the City of McCall and the School District for the bus barns and following the establishment of ownership, refer to the Zoning Commission for their approval. The motion was seconded by Archer and upon vote declared carried unanimously. Regarding the gravel for the strmet construction Seetin reported on a con- tractor which was crushing gravel and stated approximately 10,000 at a $1.35 per yard could be crushed. An additional 5,000 tons could be crushed and paid for under the 1974 budget. Following discussion the Attorney was in- structed to issue a Call for Bids. Regarding the authority of the Fire Chief, Evans stated that the Ordinance should provide for authorization of burning permits and also some type of authority to inspect buildings for fire hazzards, safety, etc. A letter was read from the National Fire Protection Assoc. and following discussion Evans moved the City of McCall join the association which motion was seconded by Archer and upon vote declared carried unanimously. Regarding the City Dock, Wallace stated that at this time it appeared a new City Dock would be necessary, the estimate of costs were °reviewed and it was the opinion of the Council that a call for bids be made as soon as the specifications could be drawn. 253 Wallace presented the following recommendations in writting by the Chief of Polic~ to the City Council regarding traffic control changes at as follows: 1. The intersection of Davis and Hemlock, it has been determined after con- firing with engineers from the State Highway Dpt., that the traffic con- trol ..legend at this intersection remain as is with a Stop Sign and Red Light on Hemlock, Davis Ave. remaining a Thru St. 2. School Zone posting: It is a recommendation of the Chief of Police of the School Zone Speed Signs be erected on Mission St. north-bound traffic dir- ection, also sign at street level southbound traffic direction in addition to the existing overhead signs. Following discussion, Wallace moved the recommendations as made be approved, which motion was seconded by Evans and upon vote declared carried unanimously. Seetin stated the Stop si~s were continualy disapearing on the Mission St. road at the juntion of Stibnite Ave. and new recommendations were to be requested. The bicycle safety program at the school was to be conducted by the Chief of Police for the Grade School students. Wallace reported that an instructor from the Police Academy would be available for instruction for Police Officiers which might be interested. The fee to be charged was discussed and a question raised as to what instruction would be gi5en and would it be available to all officiers in the area. No action was taken pending further information. Wallace reported the Police Auxiliary Unit is in the process of being re-formed. Brock O'Leary was to be contacted by the Attorney on the disposal of the old dock behind the existing Standard Oil Station. Regarding a proposed by-pass study, Mayor Boos reported that such a project was not in the current planning stage and had been requested by the State that the City Council and the Chamber of Commerce write the Highway Board requesting a study be made for such a by-pass. Following discussion no action was taken pend- ing the Chamber of Commerce meeting which Mayor Boos stated he would attend. A letter from Edgar B. Jensen, architect was rea~ and a statement in the amount of $810 was reviewed. Mayor Boos reviewed the meeting with Bob Smith which did not include this firm in those interviewed for the City Hall Complex and the reasons for the exclusion. Following discussion Wallace moved to take the billing under advisment which motion was seconded by Archer and upon vote de- clared carried unanipously. The Attorney stated he would contact Mr. Jensen. Following discussion, the Mayor directed the City Clerk to give notice of the General Election which would be for the election of two (2) Councilmen for four (4) years. The Mayor stated that a vacancy existed on the Planning and Zoning Commission the City Council would meet in Executive Session for the purpose of considering appointments to fill the vacaa~,cy created by Robert Scoles resignation. Following executive session, the Mayor called the meeting to order and following further discussion, Hardy moved that Boyd Gilbert be appointed to the Planning and Zoning Commission to fill the unexpired term of Robert Scoles. The motion was seconded by Evans and upon vote declared carried unanimously. The several bills were read for payment following which Archer moved the bills be approved and ordered paid. The motion was seconded by Hardy and upon vote declared carried unanimously. 4377 Void 78 Valley County Assessor 3.00 79 City of McCall Water Bond Fund 3,781.25 80 Dr. Clyde Archer 1.00 81 Donald L Boos 32.13 82 Joye S Catlin 265.28 83 Larry L Chalfant 505.32 84 Martha Chitwood 235.09 85 Bill A Evans 21.96 86 James W Hardy 20.66 87 Donald F Johnson 31.72 88 William A Kirk 293.06 89 Robert Remaklus 242.50 90 Richard T Remaklus 599.17 91 W O J Seetin 699.40 4392 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 4400 01 02 03 O4 O5 06 07 O8 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 2] 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 3O 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 4440 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 David B Smith Gary Tawzer Francis Wallace Evelyn V Goodwin Francis S Goodwin Muriel R Whitehead Robert E. Smith James D. Perkins Dave C Myers James M Boyd Jr Charles E Holtz Helen T nielson Western Equipment Company Craif Collins William G Fowler Kenneth D Medley Junior Inglis Rick Moore Mary Jo Nelson Mike Gantz Gene Williamson James Brooks Ron Bowling Elwin Brown Doyce Burgess Ernie Burgess Larry Chalfant Dempsey Eddins Void Louis Eddins Don Fitzwater Boyd Gilbert Berry Hankins Bus Johnson Don Johnson Jim Madden Dave Smith Rick Wilde Dick Yelton Sonny Yelton Standard Oil Co Atlantic Richfield Co Union Oil Co Modern Printers Baxter Foundry & Machine Works McCall Cleaners Bond Office Equipment H & W Plumbing Blocks McCall Disposal Acheson Motors McCall Drug The Baker & Taylor The Bobbs Merrill Co Continental Oil Co Haldeman & Williamson Idaho Power Co Idaho Sporting Goods McCall Drug Void Shaver's Star-News Shell Oil~Company State Insurance Fund Co Sonny's Tire Service Texaco, Linc. Muriel Whitehead Great Western Distributing Co Pacific States Steel Jack Seetin ILETS (Teletype) Association of Idaho Cities Public Employees Retirement Idaho First National Bank (FWT) State Tax Commission State Sales Tax Commission Idaho Concrete Pipe Co.,Inc Consolidated Supply Co The Idaho Statesman 551.99 478.38 20.66 153.65 77.25 14.12 300.00 464.04 425.70 402.24 382.76 76.83 635.79 355.74 111.10 306.46 163.24 248.02 163.71 12.50 16.00 16.00 7.50 5.00 10.00 12.50 5.00 17o50 12.50 18.50 10.00 5.00 5.00 15.00 15.00 5.00 2.50 10.00 5.00 192.02 8.34 27.94 29.50 77.60 1.50 280.00 112.33 37.70 50.00 129.14 5.36 87.17 11.00 21.84 188.19 929.90 226.45 3.52 .63 66.32 65.98 8.47 238.10 39.61 6.81 3.00 951.32 150.00 25.00 481.80 888.40 1,013.89 244.39 259.49 375.74 3,288.61 106.80 255 4471 Postmaster (Water& Sewer) 41.46 72 Jack Seetin (trip expenses) 200.00 73 Office of the City Clerk-Petty Cash 26.13 74 Idaho First National Bank 10,585.64 75 Idaho First National Bank 42,548.55 76 Inter-Mountain State Bank 10,584.18 No further business coming before the Council, the meeting was declared recessed until the Call of the Chair. Attest: ! ~~f~f~ Clerk Mayor September 12, 1973 A continuation of the regular meeting of the City Council of the City of McCall was held on the above date and ~he following business transacted. Members present were Mayor Boos, Councilmen Archer, Evans, Hardy and Wallace. The Mayor stated the meeting was called for the purpose of meeting with Robert Maxey, architect on the specifications and plans for the proposed Fire Station. There followed a discussion on the location of the proposed structure and the cost of the property east of the Library. Perc Shelton appraisal which was to include additional strip of property on,he east was ~'read in the amount of $6,400 and the appraisal by Bob Smith in the amount of $7,700 was read. There followed a lengthy discussion on the size of the property and the benefits to the City for the construction of the Fire Station. Robert Maxey was present and presented proposed plans on the Fire Station which were discussed at length and in detail and several recommendations were made and discussed. Following a lengthy discussion of the plans the Mayor ~uestioned~the billings which had been received by the City from the architectural f~rm and requested a callender of work be submitted. The Clerk reported a meeting was tentativly scheduled for Sept. 24, 1973 with the Master Planners. No further business coming before the Council the meeting was declared recessed until the call 6f the Chair. Clerk Mayor September 14, 1973 A continuation of the regular meeting of the City Council of the City of McCall was ~held on the above date and the following buRiness'transacted. Members present were Mayor Boos, Councilmen Archer, Wallace and Hardy. Evans excused. The Mayor stated the meeting was called for the opening of the bids for the roofing of the McCall Memorial Hospital. The several bids were opened and as follows: Rutledge and Hughes, Inc ........ $6,211.00 with the plywood being in addition to this amount. R. &.S Roofing, .......... $7,064.20 less $622.20 or $6,422.00. Following discussion, it was moved by Wallace that the bid of Rutledge & Hughes, Inc. be accepted which motion was seconded by Hardy and upon vote declared carried unanimously. The building permit procedure which had been previously reviewed by the City Council was again discussed and reviewed in its final form. Following further discussion, Hardy moved the procedure be adopted which motion was seconded by Wallace and upon vote declared carried unanimously. It was the opinion of the Council that copies would be made to be distributed to any interested person from the City Water & Sewer billing office. The purchase of the land east of the Municipal Library building was again reviewed. No further business coming before the Council, the meeting was declared recessed until the call of the Chair. Attest: '~ Clerk Mayor September 21, 1973 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 Evans, Hardy, Archer and Wallace. The Mayor stated the meeting was called for the purpose of opening the bids as advertised for the supplying of gravel to the City of McCall. The only bid which was presented was opened from Jeffrey Kendall and the amount was $1.65 per ton. After discussion Evans moved the bid be accepted which motion was seconded by Hardy anduupon vote declared carried unanimously. No further business coming before the Council the meeting was declared recessed until the call of the Chair. ? Attest: Clerk September 24, 1973 Mayor 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 Wallace, Evans and Archer, Hardy absent. The Mayor stated the meeting was called for the purpose of meeting with the Master Planners on the projected Master Plan for the City of McCall. Also present were the members of the Zoning Commission, City Attorney and City Engineer. The blaster Planning group presented numerous maps and information which was an im~ inventory of the existing land and its capabilities in the approximately 25,000 acres which had been in the study. Following lengthy discussion it was the opinion that public input be held as soon as recommendations could be made bytthe Zoning and Planning Commission and the City Council. No further business coming before the Council the meeting was declared recessed until the call of the Chair. Mayor October ], 1973 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, Wallace, Archer and Hardy. Hardy moved the meeting of Sept. 4, 1973 be adjourned which motion was seconded by Wallace and upon vote declared unanimously° The minutes of the ?-evious meetings were read and approved as read. The Attorney stated that he would check on the authority of the Fire Chief to issue burning permits and also for authority for the inspection of buildings. Remaklus meported that he had contacted Brock O'Leary to clean up the old doc~ debris behind the Standard Oil building and was assured of his cooperation. Evans stated that two more gas pumps were being installed at the Maverick Store and ~uestioned the status of any building permits authorizing this construction. Remaklus stated the situation would probably resolv~tself into private litigation however, it was noted the City had stopped construction. Bob Fogg, Airport Manager, was~present and reported on a meeting with the Federal Aviation Agency which was attended by Hardy and Mayor Boos. A letter from the Chief of Airports Division was read stating they would like to see McCall be a Certificated Airport in lieu of its present status as a Utility Airport. This would effect scheduled and non-scheduled traffic. John Cr~ft stated filings shoul~ be made for a provisional certificate at this time the standards required oould be complyed with or waived. The benefits re~s~lting from being a Certificated Airport reviewed and matching funds in the amount of 82% were apparently available. A fire truck at the airport was necessary in addition to other items such as plan~ing f~r future use, widening of runways, painting, paving lighting and taxi ways. Future uses were projected and following discussion, an engineering survey would run between $1500 and $2000 for runways and etc. Following further discussion Evans moved to proceed with the application for sturdy and certification of the airport. The motion was seconded by Hardy and upon vote declared carried unanimously. Hardy reported that the book circulation at the McCall Municipal Library was up 40% over last year. Hardy also reported the hospital re-roofing job was started today and the figures were not available on the kitchen remodeling. Evans moved the building permit be waived for the re-roofing of the hospital which motion was seconded by Hardy and upon vote declared carried unanimously. The request was again made by the Intermountain State Bank for deposit of City monies and there followed a discussion on the various funds. The Zackary property which ~ad been burned was again discussed and it was re- ported that it would be burned as soon as weather permitted. Tom Stokes was present to request the transfer of the Beer and Liquor Licesnses to Jerry VanCamp, fhe new purchaser. Following discussion and completion of the application, Evans moved to approve the transfer as requested. The motion was seconded by Wallace and upon vote declared carried unanimously. Archer reviewed two proposed street light installations located between the Kitchen Cafe and Dewey's across the bridge adjacent to the Shore Lodge and on the corner between the Shell Station and the 76 Station. Following dis- cussion, Wallace moved to approve the installation which motion was seconded by Evans and upon vote declared carried unanimously. Regarding the land east of the Municipal Library building, Evans moved to approve the purchase of the land by the City of McCall, based on two appraisals which had been received in the amount of $6,100. The motion was seconded by Hardy and upon vote declared carried unanimously. Evans reported the new Fire truck was ~nroute to McCall from the factory and should arrive in McCall within the next two week period. Wallace reported that Chief of Police Perkins had completed the bicycle safety pro- gram at the school. Wallace also read a letter from the State of Idaho Traffic Safety Coordinator which requested an appointment to replace Bill Acker on that Commission. Following discussion, Archer moved that Chief of Police Perkins be appointed which motion was seconded by Hardy and upSn vote declared carried unanimously. Evans reported briefly on the personnel policy for the City of McCall and supplied each Councilmen with a copy of the proposed policy. Action should be taken at a later meeting. Chief of Police Perkins, who was present, stated that Ted Hoffenbeck of the State of Idaho Dept.of Law Enforcement Planning Commission has asked if Perkins would be available for a position if selected on the Planning Commission. Following discussion, Wallace moved to approve the application and appointment of Chief of Police Perkins if he was accepted for the Planning Commission. The motion was seconded by Evans and upon vote declared carried unanimously. Perkins stated that an F.B.Io school would be held at McCall for two full days on October 2 & 3. He briefly reviewed the programs. The bids for the supplying of the City of McCall for gas and fuel oil were opened and as follows: Chevron Gasoline .295¢ per gallon Chevron Supreme Gas .335¢ per gallon Chevron Deisel fuel ~209 per gallon Chevron heating fuel #2 .201¢ per gallon The Standard Oil bid being the only bid, Wallace moved the bid be acceoted which motion was seconded by Hardy and upon vote declared carried unanimously. It was reported the McCall Area JayCees had requested the City of McCall ask the State of Idaho for a feasibility study on a bi-pass of McCall. Evsns introduced and moved the adoption of Proposed Ordinance No. 324. AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO RETAIL SALE OF WINE BY THE DRINK; PROVIDING DEFINITIONS; REQUIRING A LICENSE THEREFORE; PROVIDING AN EXPIRATION DATE THEREOF; SETTING FORTH QUALIFICATIONS FOR RETAILERS; ESTfdSLISHING LICENSE FEES; and, PROVIDING A PENALTY. The Ordinance was read at length, following which Hardy moved the Rules be suspended for the passage of Proposed Ordinance #324, Which motion was seconded by Evans and upon vote declared unanimously. Hardy seconded the motion moving the adoption of proposed Ordinance #324 ~q~ich upon vote was declared carried unanimously. The several bills were read for payment, following which Evans moved the bills be approved and ordered payed. The motion was seconded by Hardy and upon vote declared carried unanimously. 4477 WoO.Payton 6,100.00 78 Dr Clyde Archer 1.00 79 Donald L Boos 32.13 80 Joye S Catlin 265.28 81 Larry L Chalfant 505.32 82 Sara M Chitwood 235.09 83 Bill A Evans 2]..96 84 James W Hardy 20.66 85 Donald F Johnson 31.72 86 Willia~n A Kirk 293~06 87 lObert Remaklus 242.50 88 Richard T Remaklus 599.17 89 W O J Seetin 699.40 90 ])avid B Smith 551.99 9]. Gary Tawzer 478.38 92 Francis E Wallace 20.66 93 Evelyn V Goodwin 1~8.89 94 Francis S Goodwin 64.39 95 Muriel Whitehead 28.25 96 Robert E Smith 300.00 97 James D Perkins 464.04 98 ])ave C Myers 425.70 99 James M Boyd Jr 402.24 4500 Charles g Ho!tz 382.76 0] Helen T Nielson 30.13 02 Idaho First Nat'l Bank 5,062.50 03 Kenneth D Medley 30.13 04 Ricky L Moore 29.66 05 William G Fowler 109.21 06 Delos R Newcomer 87.47 07 Carolyn T Re~naklus 68.85 08 Ernest O Watkins 56.14 09 Jeffrey Kendall 5,000.00 10 Ron Bowling 7.50 11 Etwin Bro~ 5.00 12 Doyce Burgess 5.00 13 Dempsey Eddins 12.50 14 Lewis Eddins 7.50 151 Don Fitzwater 21.00 16 Boyd Gilbe~t 10.00 17 1)on Johnson 12~50 ]_8 ~]im Madden 15.00 19 Dick Yelton 5~00 20 ~nerican Dsta Pro<iucts 183.64 452]_ 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 3O 31 Baker & Taylor Brovm's Industries Caedmon Records Cesco Cascade Auto Consolidated Supply Doubleday & Co.,Inc General Learning Corp. Ida. Concrete Pipe Idaho Telephone IDASTRIES 32 33 34 35 36 37 '38 39 40 Idaho Power Libby Battery & Electric McCall Disposal May Hardware & Glass Merson Uniform Co Nat'l Geographic Nat'l Fire Protection Payette Lakes Lumber Publishers Central 48.83 378.24 3.58 73.45 38.70 988.90 257.59 16.20 527.58 280.13 60.00 x~x~ 1,673.18 37.39 5.00 17.46 69.15 3.50 35.00 36.31 1.34 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 5O 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 6O 61 62 63 t 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 76 Rife, Wi~.~,,n & Przybylski469.48 Norco Rowland Bros The Star-News Ernest M Steelsmith Stan's Auto Parts Shaver's Somes Uniforms Shell Oil Company Sonny's Tire Service Standard Oil Co. Texaco, Inc Treasurer, Valley Cnty Van Waters & Rogers Ralph E Wilde Wycoff Company, Inc Woodland Inc Western Equipment Western Equipment Jack Seetin Associationof Ida Cities P.E.R.System FWT Sales Tax SWT Valley County Trust ILETS Lavin F Farrar Void Inter-Mt. State Bank Ida 1st Nat'l Bank Watson, Leatham City of McCall Hospital Bond Fund 150.00 77 Postmaster 36.96 78 Inter Mt. Bank 5,757.00 79 Ida 1st Nat'l 5,757.00 80 Inter-Mt. State Bank 10,628.30 81 Idaho First 10,629.75 82 James M. Boyd Jr 198.08 83 Stoneway Service Inc 791.00 5.40 25.00 120.67 11.25 72.07 12.58 75.25 91.88 164.11 480.73 76.78 418.75 46.50 19.60 3.40 14.24 240.57 635.79 150.00 481.80 886,41 841.89 75.63 207.41 3,288.28 25.00 35.00 5,977o8~ 10,160.35 6,052.01 10,157.58 2,920.50 No further business coming before the Council, the meeting was declared recessed until the call~ of the Chair. · -· ~ M~or-Don Boos Attes~ ~ i~/~4~'~'~~-~ Clerk-William A. 259 October 5, 1973 A continuation of the regular meeting of October 1, 1973 was held on 'the above date and tile following business transacted. Members present ~vere Mayor Boos, Councilmen Evans, Hardy, Archer and Wallace. The Mayor stated the meeting was called as advertised :for the purpose of open- lng bids on the proposed Fire Station. Also present wasf Bob ~axey of Watson, Leatham and Maxey. Prior to the opening of the bids a Certificate wasfpresented to Dave Smith as a Waterworks Operator following completion of his school and training. ~.rhe Mayor stated the bids would be opened as advertised and the single bidder was from Haldemmn and Williamson, Inc. It was opened and was in the amount of $55,805. Following lengthy ¢.]ircussion, Hardy moved the bid be taken under as- visement until additional information could be obtained which motion was sec- onded and upon vote declared ca-cried unanimously. There followed a lengthy discussion on the amount of the bid for the Fire Station the monies which would be available and the amounts which had been budgeted for this construction. Following discussion, Hardy moved the bid be rejected ~ich motion was seconded by Evans and upon vote declared carried unanimously. The several billings which had been received Erom Watson, Leatham and Maxey in the amo~mt of 7'% of the estimated costs of $25,000 in the amount of ~1,750 or 75% of $1,312.5Q were reviewed. Also the services loc the billing in the amount of ~.34 hours in t~e amount of ~2,680 were discussed. Following dis~-: cussion, Evans moved to approve $1,3].2.50 as presented on the Fire Station which motion was seconde~ by Hardy and upon vote declared carried unanimously. There followed further discussion on the planning statement which had been received in the amount of $2,680. Following discussion, Wallace moved to approve the payment of $1,608 which motion was seconded by Hardy and upon vote declared carried unanimously. No further busincss coming before the Council the meeting was declared recessed until the call of the Chair. ×~i z? ~ Mayor-Donald L.tBoos Clerk-William A. Kir~ November 5, 1973 A regular meeting of the City Council of the City of McCall was held on the above date and the following business transacted. Mayor Boos being absent, President Bill Evans called the meeting to order and members present were Councilmen Wallace, Hardy, Archer and Evans. Boos a.bsent. Wallace m~ved the meeting of October 1, 1973 be adjourned, which motion was seconded by Hardy and upon vote declared carried unanimously. The minutes of the previous meetings were read and approved as read. Hardy reported on the status of the re-roofing of the McCall Memorial Hospital and stated the leaks in the roof were apparently limited to the hall way, however the Contractor had been notified. Jack Seetin discussed the snow removal at the hospital and was advised to keep track of the time spent and the Valley County Commissioners notified. A proposed Mobile Home Ordinance was discussed as amended to the zoning ordaninance and following discussion the matter was to be studied by the Council prior to hearing. Remaklus stated he would check on the authority of the Fire Chief for the issuance of burning permits and for fire safety inspections° There followed a discussion on fires adjacent to the City Limits being fought by City crews and ~quipmento As previously agreed, the City Equipment could not go outside the City Limits. Bob Smith, Engineer, was present and presented plans of a proposed apartment house. The plans were presented to the Zoning Co~nission previously and referred to the Master Planner° Some changes were noted and had been complied with. The 50 unit planned rental development was discussed and it was stated that 20 units were proposed at this time. The building would be on the east side of the Sampson Trail and following further discussion, Hardy moved the application be approved based on the preliminary plot plans specifications as disclosed by drawing job #791 dated August 13, 1973 of Smith and Monroe, Engineers, Inc. The motion was seconded by Archer and upon vote declared carried unanimously. Bob Fogg, Airport Manager, was present and discussed going ahead on ~mprovements at the M~nicipal Airport to meet the certification by FAA requirements. Smith had done some pre%iminary work on the information needed and the project request should be made to the FAA. A cost survey on plans and studies were discussed and several essential items such as Fire tnuck, striping of runway, clear zone areas, check for proper glide angles, the canal located 250' off the end of the runway on the south end ~ere reviewed and it appeared that these items would be elgible for reimburse~nt in the amount of 83.65% with Federal Funds. Air carrier operations could not be completed or scheduled airlines unless the airport was certified. The extent of the project was reviewed and again discussed were the widening of the runways, beefing up of existing runways to handle heavier loads and the acquisition of add- itional ?land which items were available at 100%. Cost estimates for the extensive plan were approximately $159,900 of which $23,~55 would be the City share. Gravel at the Municipal Airport has reviewed as being a possible eligible contribution for part of the City's share. The Fire truck, clear zone area and canal covering were also essential items. Following further discussion it was the opinion of the Council to have Bob Fogg and Bob Smith meet with Darrel Manning, State of Idaho, for any possible State financial participation. The sewer infiltration study was reviewed and the connection with the Payette Lakes Sewed District discussed. The upgrading of facilities for McCall were reviewed and also the study made of collection facilities and study on ground water in the lines. The cost to the'City would be approximately $1,000 and the sewer district would pay approximately $500. Locations of water seepage were discussed and modifications which had to be made by 1975 were reviewed. Archer moved to authorize J.UoB. Engineering firm to proceed with the study in the amount of $500 which motion was seconded by Hardy and upon vote declared carried unanimously. The Inglis sewerline was discussed and the costs ~hould be sent directly to him in the amount of $2,000. The Nisula project on Reedy Lane was discussed as fmr as snow removal was con- cerned and it was reported the streets were not constructed to City standards. The City engineer has inspected the right-of-way, however no mction was taken by the Council prior to additional information. Wallace reviewed a letter from Serve Wilson requesting no parking area be des- ignated on Mission Sto and Stibnite St. adjacent to the school building. Perkins stated that he had met with Wilson and was not in favor of a "No Parking" area, however the problem would be worked out. John Lyons, the new employee with the Policy Department with six years experience had been hired and the Chief stated Jim Boyd had been terminated. The reasons for Boyds termination were reviewed and a personal evaluation reports were made on Dave Myers and Charles Holtz. Following discussion on the salaries and the promotion Of Charles Holtz to Sergeant no objection was had by the Council to the Chief and the Commissioner reccomending salary increases from 10 to $30 per month. The Chief reported on police activities for the month of October. The communic- ations :survey was also reviewed. A low band system was not feasible at this time to the cost. A letter from the Idaho Department of Public Lands on the pump in take line as proposed by the City was read and the requirements to be made by the City Engineer were reviewed. Evans briefly reviewed the personnel policy as compiled and a discussion followed on several sections and was scheduled for renewal again at the December meeting. The stmmage of the City Fire Truck for the winter months was discussed. Evans reviewed the water shut off notices which had been sent by the City water Clerk. The complaints by the State Health Department people on the Boise-Cascade op- eration were reviewed on water running into the lake. It was stated the water was polluted and the drainage was discussed. The Chief of Police probationary period of six months was up in December and his qualifications and reco~mnendations for a salary increase were reviewed. The several bills were read for payment and following the reading of the bills, Archer moved the bills be approved and ordered paid. The motion was seconded by Hardy and upon vote declared carried unanimously. 4584 l'[ike's Union 76 4.99 85 Clyde Archer, Jr 1.00 86 Donald L Boos 32.13 87 Jjoye S. Catlin 265.28 88 Larry L Chaifant 505.32 89 Martha Chitwood 235.09 90 Bill A Evans 21.96 91 James W. Hardy 20.66 92 Donald F Johnson 31.72 93 William A. Kirk 293.06 94 Robert Remaklus 242.50 95 Richard T. Remaklus 599.17 96 W.O.~. Seetin 699.40 97 David B Smith 551.99 98 Gary Tawzer 478.38 99 Francis E Wallace 20.66 4600 Evelyn V Goodwin 145.77 01 Francis S Goodwin 58.96 02 Robert E S~nith 300.00 03 James D Perkins 464.04 04 Dave C Myers 425/70 05 Charles E Holtz 391.71 06 John L Lyon 121.09 07 Delos R Newcomer 210.13 08 Ernie O Watkins 166.38 09 Muriel Whitehead 25.89 10 Ronald C Bowling 20.00 ll Elwyn Bro~ 10.00 12 Doyce Burgess 10.00 13 Ernie Burgess 15.00 14 Bob Cameron 15.00 15 Larry Chalfant 5.00 16 Dempsey Eddins 20.00 17 Lewis Eddins 22.50 18 Don Fitzwater 33°50 19 Boyd Gilbert 22.50 20 Don Johnson 32.50 21 Jim Madden 25.00 22 Dave ~nith 5.00 23 Bland Yelton 15.00 24 Dick Yelton 7.50 25 Ernest O Watkins 118.91 26 McCall Cafe 9.79 27 Bea Ludington 13.50 28 Margaret Fogs 13.50 29 Mrs Roman Klott 13.50 30 Mrs Julie Eddins 13.50 31 The Art Mart 8.95 32 Baker & Taylor Co 188.68 33 Beall Pipe & Tank Corp 52.70 34 The Book Shop 13.98 35 Baxter Foundry ~ Machine Works, Inc 157.20 36 Bond Office Equipment, Inc 148.24 37 Idaho First National Bank 5331.52 38 Brown's Industries 1385.25 39 Continental Oil Co 13.06 40 Consolidated Supply Co 2169.08 41 Doubleday & Co.,Inc 99.21 42 Lavin F Farrar 90.00 43 Gem Electric Supply Co 34.79 44 IDASTRIES 10.80 45 Hilltop Garage 42.16 46 H & W Plumbing and Electric 669.63 47 Charles Holtz 6.75 48 Idaho Power Company 2123.41 49 Idaho Telephone Company 523.58 50 Idaho State Fire School 10.00 51 The Idaho Statesman 13.72 52 Ideal Gas Co 12.50 53 William A Kirk insurance Agency 725.00 54 William A Kirk Insurance Agency 365.00 55 Lakeside Conoco 28~87 56 Major Electric 64~50 4657 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 May Hardware and Glass Medley Sports McCall Cleaners McCall Disposal McCall Rexall Drug Nathaniel Dame & Company National Geographic Society Norco Void Payette Lakes Lumber Rowland Bros Sargent-Sorell, Inc Schlofman Fractor & Implement Co Shaver's Shell Oil Company Snow Bird Laundromat Standard Oil Co. Smith & Monroe Engineers, Inc Sonny's Tire Service Star-News Steve Regan Co Syms-York Co Texaco Inc Jeffrey Kendall Transport ClearK ngs Union Oil Co. of Calif Van Waters & Rogers Western Auto Harry Whaley Lois C Wilde Void Mitchum Specialty Company Wycoff Co.,Inc. Postmaster Idaho First National Bank FWT State Tax Commission -Sales Tax State Tax Commission-SWT Association of Idaho Cities Public Employees Retirement System Western Equipment Co. Jack Seetin Sheriff's Office ILETS City of McCall-Revenue Sharing Fund-Trust Account 37.08 173.91 12.55 40.00 28°34 74.31 8.15 5.40 102.36 12.00 90.85 80.00 10.56 186.05 18.00 23.60 1176.00 123.97 169.03 172.80 12.91 22.64 11,500.00 5.49 209.76 11.10 14.16 21.00 32.90 678.40 3.00 46.94 881.09 61.97 241.60 481.80 869.14 635.79 150.00 25.00 6052.00 No further business coming before the Council the meeting was declared recessed until the call of the Chair. Ma r, - Attest: ?~.~"'Z~"~g~-~_L~~,~4 .. Clerk, William A. ~ November 9, 1973 A continuation of the regular meeting of November 5, 1973 was held on the above date and the following business transacted. Members present were Mayor Boos, Councilmen Evans, Archer, Wallace, Hardy absent. The Mayor stated the meeting was called for the purpose of canvassing the City Councilmen election held on November 6, 1973. Following a counting of the ballots Evans moved the results as determined by the judges of election be accepted which are as follows: Two Councilmen to be elected for a term of four (4) years, Pearl P. Clifton 12 vote, Bill A. Evans 204 votes. James W. Hardy 222 votes, Carl J. Whitaker 79 votes. The motion was seconded by Wallace and upon vote declared carried unanimously. The request of Glenn A. Barnard to transfer the Beer and Liquor Licenses from Elna McQuade was read and following discussion Evans moved the transfer of licences by approved as requested. The motion was seconded by Wallace and upon vote declared carried unanimously. The Lake Forest Enterprises plat was briefly discussed and differences reviewed from the preRiminary plat. Following discussion Evans moved to accept the plat as amended and authorize the Clerk and Mayor to sign the plat. The motion was seconded by Archer and upon vote was declared carried unanimously. 262I A sewer line crossing and encroachment frown the Union Pacific Railroad Company was read for the crossing of the line under the tracks on Stibnite Ave. Following the reading of the encroachment agreement, Evans moved the ~[ayor and Clerk be authorized and instructed to execute the agreement. The motion was seconded by Wallace and upon vote declared carried unanimously. No further busi~ess coming before the Council the meeting was declared recessed until the call of the Chair. Clerk, William A. Kirk Mayo~, Don Boos' November 20, 1973 A continuation of the regular meeting of the City Council of the City of McCall held on November 5, 1973 was held on the above date and the following business transacted. Members present were Mayor Boos, Councilmen Hardy, Archer, Evans and Wallace. The Mayor stated the meeting was called for the purpose of discussing the snow plowing on the east side subdivision. Jim Nisula was present on the dedication of streets and an easement to the City t~ get the snow plowing equipment out of the subdivision. The easement was not yet given but would be. There followed a discussion on the plat of dedicated streets and the exit of snow plows in the winter. Nisula stated that he would deed to the City any easements necessary to continue the plowing of the streets. There followed a discussion on the culdasac in the area and following discussion it was the opinion of the Council that Bob Smith and Bob Remaklus would draw a deed to lot #9 to the City of McCall as an access for City use only. The construction of the street was apparently not in confomance with City specifications and Nisula stated that gravel had been hauled to remedy the solf ground. Acceptance by the City of the street for plowing ~nd mainten- ance was discussed and Nisula stated that he would take any steps necessary to make the street acceptable to City Standards. Archer stated that as a service to the citizens the City should plow the snow this winter as long as possible and the co~7~f~'~g~f the street be completed at a later date. Follow- lng further discussion, Archer moved to accept ~the snow plowing of the streets for the winter only and only so long as the equipment can get over the road~ The motion was seconded by i'al~ace and upon vote declared carried unanimously. There followed a discussion on the bills from Rowland Bros~ for the plowing ~f the streets and who would pay these bills. Following discussion N~sula stated he would pay the two bills for the plowing of snow from lowland Bros The Golf Course Conraittee ileport was read regarding the renewal of Gary Tawzers lease and reviewed by Mayor Boos. The finances at the course reviewed and the increased salary to be paid to Tawzer under the new contract of ~L~ $8,335 for 7~ months from April 1, 1974 to November 15, 1974 was reviewed. It was re- ported that no Course Supt. would be hired next year as Dick Remaklus would not be back and Tawzer would assume his duties. There followed a discussion on the Supt. and the duties of the Supt. Following discussion on the Club Hours rental, Wallace moved the fee for the rental of the Club House and facilities be set at 2% of the total gross sales including food, beverages and rentals for 1974~ The motion was seconded by Evans and upon vote declared carried unanimously. There followed a dispassion on the payment of the salary on a 12 month basis which would be from April 1, of each year to March 31 of the following year. The new contract would be revised with t~ese changes for approval at the Dec. meeting. No further business coming before the Council, the meeting ~as declared recessed until the call of the Chair~ ~~ Clerk December 3, 1973 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, Evans, Archer and Hardy. Evans moved the meeting of November 5, 1973 be adjourned, which motion was seconded by Hardy and upon vote declared carried unanimously. The minutes of the previous meetings were read and approved as read. Jerry Holowitz was present regarding his problem of drainage in front of the Standard building. He stated the problem was detrimental to his business and the State Engineer had advised him it was the City of McCall responsibility to take care of the street and drainage. The Mayor reviewed a similiar problem which had existed in other locations and the owners had corrected it at their own expense. There followed a discussion on responsibility of the City or State to take care of the problem. He stated that any action should be taken now as he had to close the store due to the high water. The Attorney was in- structed to contact the State and determine the responsibility for the drain- age problem. Bob Smith and Bob Fogg was present on the proposed Airport Construction and reported on the meeting with the 8tats of Idaho. It was stated that $6,000 had been earmarked for the McCall Airport for 1972 and following completion they would participate 50% of the local share. Favorable consideration was indicated for the proposed project. A fire truck, re-grading the south canal coverage, tree removal, widening and paving of the runway, re-surfacing and $20,000 for an additional 10 acres of land was discussed for a total project cost of $184,600, of this amount approximately $27,093 would be the local share after participation, it could be reduced to possibly ~ or $13,500. Following discussion, it was requested that the same information the City of McCall needed for the project should be forwarded to Valley County so they can be aware of the project and levi the County Tax. Additional lighting and parking aprons were discussed as additional facilities. Foll~ing further discussion it was the opinion of the Council to proceed with the application for the maximum Federal and State participation. The engineering fees were reviewed which were $2,000 for the preliminary engineering and $13,000 for the to~al project. It was stated that a formal agreement between the City of McCall and Smith and Monroe were necessary if the City wanted to proceed. Following discussion Evans moved to have Smith and Monroe submit an agreement for approval to the City Council. Regarding the re-roofing of the McCall Memorial Hospital, Smith stated the contractor had requested a 40 day extention. The present contract was rei~wed and the materials problems discussed. Following discussion Evans moved to approve the reques~ which motion was seconded by Hardy and upon vote declared carried un- animously. There followed a discussion on the damage from the leaking roof and it was the opinion of the Council that the responsibility for this damage belonged to the contractor and he should repair any and all damages. The lab reports of the Boise-Cascade water which was ranning into the lake and poluting the water were reviewed. The pumping station at Davis Beach area was reviewed and the engineering of the layout which was mequired by the State of Idaho. An approximate cost of $500 for engineering was reviewed and following discussion on the new station, Evans moved to proceed with the engineering which motion was seconded by Hardy and upon vote declared carried unanimously. The engineering contract was discussed and would be reviewed and the attorney was requested to work out the new contract. Seetin reviewed the snow plowing at ~the McCall Memorial Hospital and reviewed the exchange of services with Valley County, however the time and costs would be necessary for Medicare purposes. Archer stated that he had attended a Zoning Commission meeting and there appeared to be a possible oonflict of interest of the City Engineer on architectural designs which were reviewed. Questions on inforcing the building code where no building permit has been acquired were discussed and the Attorney reviewed the procedure. The Attormey was requested to ~rrite the Zoming Commission advising them of the procedure. Evans stated that he had a call from a member of the Zoning Commission on questions that the moratorium on multi-unit dwellings would be over and what course of acLion should be taken by the Commission. There followed a discussion and it was the opinion that the same policy as was now in effect would be followed and the minutes were reviewed. Evans reported that the new Fire truck had been checked out and it appeared to be working properly following some electrical problems. Evans reported that no progress had been made on the ~torage problem for the Fire truck for the winter months. The personel policy was briefly discussed and it was reported that a similiar type policy would be adopted by the Association of Idaho Cities and it might be wise to table the adoption of our policy until the Association of Idaho Cities copy is avail- able. Following discussions, it was recommended to table adoption of;the personel policy until the other policy was received. Mayor Boos read a projection for EDAW which was discussed. There followed a dis- uussion on possible projections and John Allen's report was read and reviewed. The Mayor stated that a meeting would be set up with the Zoning Commis~ion for further recommendation. The contract between the City of McCall and Gary Tawzer for the operation of the Golf Course was reviewed and would be amended by the Attorney on the points which had been discussed. Remaklus reported that the Fire Chiefs authorization to inspect buildings for fire safety had been reviewed, however additional information is to be sent to the att- orney on underwriting requirements. The Clerk reported ~hat Blaim Armstrong had submitted a financial report on the Little League Baseball program which showed a balance of $261.56. The applications for Beer Licenses for 1974 weee read and as follows: Betty Hersel dba Betty" Foresters Club Bill Basye Uba Bill's Cash Grocery Rod Davidson dba Brass Lamp Francis Frost dba Chicken Roost Jerry Stearns dba Victor's Sharlie Ronald Hamilton dba Circle R Market Dewey M Rowland dba Dewey's Mountain Winery Jedd H Bingham dba Lakeview Village Store Lewis Howard dba Lardo Saloon Dwain Rudge dba Lake Bowl Isabelle Hill dba Mavrick Country Store Bill Garber dba The Mill The McCall Merc Shaver's #2 The Shore Lodge The Yacht Club Jerry E. VanCamp dba The Cellar The application for Wine by the Drink applications were submitted as follows: Rod Davidson dba Brass Lamp Lewis Howard dba Lardo Saloon The application for Retail Wine Licenses for 1974 were submitted as follows: Shaver's #2 Naverik Country Store Bill's Cash Grocery Circle R Market Dewey's Mountain Winery McCall Merc Following discussion Wallace moved the licenses be approved and issued. The motion was seconded by Evans and upon vote declared carried unanimously. The Christmas tree lights and decorations were briefly reviewed and it was the opinion of the Council that the decorations be put up but not connected to electric power. Seetin reported on the bulb replacement costs for future use and the follow- ~ng discussion, Wallace moved the decorations be hung but not lighted. The motion was seconded by Hardy and upon vote declared carried unanimously. The several bills were read for payment following the reading of the bills Evans moved the bills be approved and ordered paid. and upon vote declared carried unanimously. The motion was seconded by Hardy 4700 Idaho First National Bank 42,945.08 01 Postmaster 38.70 02 Clyde Archer, Jr 1.00 03 Donald L Boos 32.13 04 Joys S. Catltn 265.28 05 Larry L Chalfant 505.32 06 Sara M. Chitwood 49.24 07 Bill A Evans 21.96 ~ 08 James W Hardy 20.66 ~ ~J~FAJ~°n 2~:~ 4711 12 13 14 15 16 18 19 2O 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 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 86 87 88 89 9O Robert Remaklus Richard T. Remaklus W.O.J. Seetin David B Smith Gary Tawzer Francis E Wallace Evelyn V Goodwin Francis S. Goodwin Muriel R Whitehead Robert E Smith James D Perkins Dave C. Myers Charles E Holtz John L Lyon Gery Tawzer James B Brooks Delos Newcomer Ernest O Watkins Jack Whitman William Smith Jack Seetin Tawna Catlin Charles E Holtz James D Perkins Ronald Bowling Elwyn Brown Ernie Burgess Bob Cameron Larry L Chalfant Dempsey Eddins Lewis Eddins Donald Fitzwater Boyd Gilbert Dennis Gress L M Johnson Don Johnson Jim Madden George Rackstraw Dave Smith Richard Wilde Bland Yelton Dick Yelton Lois Wilde-Office of the City Clerk Acheson Motors The Art Mart Association of Idaho Cities-dues Atlantic Richfield Co Baxter Foundry & Machine Works, Brown's Industries Crown Publishers, Inc Clark Boardman Co.,Ltd C. W. Colenbaugh DVM Continental Oil Co DEMCO Edwards Sales Forsyth Decoration Display Inc G K Machinery Co General Learning Corp ·roff Bros H & W Plumbing and Electric Harvey's TV Hertzberg-New Method The Hishsmith Co Hilltop Garage Idaho Concrete Pipe Co State of Idaho-Surplus Property Agency Idaho Power Co Idaho Telephone Co William A. Kirk Insurance Agency Lakeside Conoco May Hardware & Glass McCall Cleaners McCall Disposal Nicholas Books Payette Lakes Lumber Co Robert H Remaklus Rowland Bros Share Corp Shaver's Shell Oil Company 242.50 305.59 699.40 551.99 478.38 20.66 201.65 141.06 16.47 300.00 468.49 432.00 404.75 444.62 806.78 47.07 178.62 98.77 20.00 20.00 11.71 25.00 25.53 36.90 15.00 7.50 12.50 5.00 10.00 12.50 10.00 26.00 15.00 5.00 5.00 15.00 12.50 2.50 7.50 10.00 10.00 7.50 16.45 81.00 6.95 288.70 7.48 112.20 571.99 144.66 28.00 10.00 55.74 30.01 27.50 30.00 223.95 7.61 130.00 13.00 37.00 235.74 15.96 45.36 45.69 96.15 1,010.89 183.37 225.00 13.56 28.71 5.15 3.00 99.62 64.49 7.95 5.00 360.12 34.25 28.07 4791 Shell Oil Company 5.38 82 Shell Oil Company 10.68 93 Snow Bird Laundromat 19.50 94 Sonny's Tire Service 55.76 95 Stan's Auto Parts 510.49 96 Ernest M Steelsmith 5.40 97 Standard Oil Co 427.91 98 The Star-News 33.52 99 Starline Equipment Co 63.90 4800 Tartan Book Sales 100.60 01 The Children's Book Council, Inc 22.45 02 Texaco 78.59 03 Union Oil Co of Calif 71.16 04 Carmen M Irwin Valley County Tax Collector 109.08 05 Wallace Excavating Inc 1,198.71 06 Association of Idaho Cities 465.25 07 Public Employees Retirement System 827.67 08 Idaho First National Bank 803.79 09 Idaho Tax Commission-SWT 187.20 10 State Tax Commission-Sales Tax 3.75 11 Jack Seetin 150.00 12 Western Equipment Co 635.79 13 ILETS-Teletype 75.00 14 Don Ludtngton-Shell Oil Co. 383.91 15 Lavin F Farrar 75.00 16 Libby Battery & Electric 77.25 17 Alleene Stover 718.87 18 Carmen M Irwin-Valley County Tax Collector 24.72 19 The National Cash Gegister Co 100.00 No further business coming before the Council, the meeting was declared recessed until the call of the Chair. Attest: Mayor Clerk ~-~" January 7, 1974 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 Hardy, Archer and Wallace, Evans ex- cused. Archer moved the meeting of December 3, 1973 be adjourned which motion was sec- onded by Wallace and upon vote declared unanimously, The minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved as read. The several bills were read for ~ayment and fol{o*iBg the reading of the bills Wallace moved the bill8 be approved and ordered paid. The motion wa8 seconded by Hardy and upon vote declared unanimously. The Clerk administered the oath of o6fice to James W. Hardy as Councilman for the term of four years, Gary Tally of Rutledge-Houghes was present to meet with the Council on the hospital roof repair. He reported on the condition of the roof and stated he was unable to repair the roof with the snow on it. It had been shoveled twice but the snow continued to fall. Materials were not available to complete the job when the weather was satisfactory, he reported the leaks appeared to be around the drains and he would attempt to stop the leaks and complete the roof- ing in the spring. The Mayor reviewed previous conversations with the Cont- ractor which were discussed in detail. A discussion followed on damage to the interior of the building which w~uld be covered by the Contractor or his In- surance carrier. Bob Smith who was present stated that he had contacted the contractor and advised him of the 30 day extention and the concern by the Council for interior damage to the building. The Contractor stated that approximately three days would he necessary to complete the job. Following further discussion, Hardy moved to grant a 30 day extention on the existing contract. The motion was seconded by Wallace and upon vote declared carried unanimously. Frank Fry was present on the dog license Ordinance and stated the police had been out on calls on six days on barking dogs. He stated a private complaint would still be necessary and a documentation of the barking sequence or event would be furnished for court use. He asked if a citation against an owner could be made by the officer. He stated it appeared he would be doing the investasation for the polic~. The City Attorney reviewed the legal proceedure