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HomeMy Public PortalAboutCouncil Minutes 1991 03/14McCALL CITY COUNCIL MINUTES MARCH 14, 1991 I. CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL Mayor Allen called the meeting to order at 7:05 p.m. and Councilmen McCarty, Wallace, and Larson answered the roll call. II. MINUTES The minutes of the January 28 meeting were reviewed. Wallace moved to approve the January 28 minutes as presented. Larson seconded and the motion carried. III. PAYMENT OF CLAIMS A list of claims prepaid and pending dated March 11, 1991 was presented. Wallace moved to approve payment of the claims. McCarty seconded and the motion carried. IV. CONSENT CALENDAR The Library Board minutes of February 26 were the only item listed on the calendar. The Mayor ordered the minutes filed without objection. V. MAYOR AND COUNCIL COMMENTS AND REPORTS Mayor Allen reported receipt of a petition from James Staup. He asked the clerk to read the proposition of the petition and with consent of the Council referred the petition to the Park and Recreation Advisory Committee. Councilman Larson reported that he had polled the Council prior to the Sno-Cross event to permit serving alcoholic beverages. Resolution 2-91 was presented to memorialize the informal action and authenticate the permit that had been issued by the staff for the event. McCarty moved to adopt Resolution 2-91. Larson seconded and the motion carried. The Mayor declared the resolution adopted. Councilman Van Komen arrived at 7:10 p.m. VI. STAFF REPORTS A. City Administrator's Report: Two written reports were submitted. Topics addressed were the status of the snowmobile bridge, the Brown Palace Dock, the Manchester lease default notice, and staffing of the building inspector position. Also noted was the additional work updating the Century 21 appraisal, and clarification of the matter of placement of mobile homes in mobile home parks during a moratorium. B. City Attorneys Report: Mr. Pittenger reported on the Idaho Department of Transportation Department's response to the recent legislation permitting snowmobiles on Lardo bridge and Mr. Killen's reply. He also noted correspondence from the firm on the Seetin shop property taxes, to Attorney Weaver communicating the city's position on certain underground storage tanks, and a letter to West One regarding the equipment financing lease. C. City Treasurers's Report: Mr. Henderson reviewed the the report for the month ending and noted the "fund balance" column title. He advised that the state law and the GAAP for municipalities were in conflict. The Council deferred the question to the City Attorney for review and recommendation. FY 1989-1990 Audit Report: This matter was presented at the last meeting. Wallace moved to approve the Audit report for fiscal year 1989-1990 as presented. McCarty seconded and the motion carried. VII. OLD BUSINESS A. Ordinance 581, second reading: Ordinance 581, enacting a moratorium on the placement of mobile homes in the McCall Area of City Impact was presented for its second reading. The Clerk read the Ordinance by title. Without action by the Council the Mayor ordered the Ordinance to the next agenda for its third reading. B. Ordinance 582, second reading: Ordinance 582 enacting a moratorium on the placement of mobile homes in the city limits of McCall was presented for its second reading. The Clerk read the ordinance by title. Without objection by the Council, the Mayor ordered the Ordinance to the next agenda for its third reading. C. 1990 Sewer Project: Mike Maffey, Toothman-Orton Engineering, reviewed the problems with the 1990 river crossing project easements which delayed construction of the line. Those easements are now in order. However, the river section (35 1.f. of pipe) of this line must be constructed during the month of April to ensure adequate water flow to the Fish Hatchery. After lengthy discussion, Wallace moved to have city crews undertake this installation. Larson seconded and the motion carried. D. Rio Vista Annexation: Council asked for additional information regarding the approval of this subdivision and whether the developer's obligations under the subdivision regulations have been met. The matter was deferred to the next agenda. E. Snowmobile Route Objections, Mr. Bauman, Mr. Elerbach: A petition was received from owners of property in the Valley View Subdivision. Dr. Bauman addressed the Council and discussed the particular concerns of the owners adjacent to the trailhead. Issues of signing, gates, noise, disruption of a neighborhood access trail and lack of other alternatives were discussed. Mr. Stathis, Mr. McGinnis and Mrs. Bauman addressed the Council. After lengthy discussion, Mayor Allen, with consent of the Council, appointed Mr. Wallace and Mr. Larson to co-chair a subcommittee to meet with owners, snowmobile interests, and city staff to further consider the matter and to report back at the next meeting. The Mayor ordered a recess from 8:30 to 8:40 p.m. F. Sewer Facility Plan: George Wagner of JUB Engineering presented Addendum No 1 to the Engineering agreement which deletes $11,353. from the agreement for mapping services. Aerial photography and mapping is not grant eligible. The addendum will permit approval of the final grant agreement and progress on the planning effort. Van Komen moved to approve and authorize the Mayor to sign Addendum No.1 to the Engineering Agreement for the Sewer Facility Plan Update. Wallace seconded and the motion carried unanimously. VIII.NEW BUSINESS A. Water System Issues: 1. Klind Well analysis: Tom Moore of JUB Engineering advised on the procedures and costs of a well test as suggested in a prior meeting by the Council. This involved purchasing a pump properly sized for the casing to get complete and accurate data on the well. After discussing the estimated $26,000 cost of this test, the Council proposed replacing the casing, then using more available standard well test pumps to execute the testing. The engineers agreed to evaluate this alternative and return to the City Council with that information prior to making as decision on this matter. 2. FmHA Grant Program: Mr. Wagner discussed this program with the Council. It is expected that these funds could be used for a variety of system improvements. Van Komen moved to authorize JUB Engineering to prepare a grant application for the city and authorize payment not to exceed $2000 for this work to the firm. Wallace seconded and the motion carried. 3. 1991 System Improvements: A contract for design and Engineering services for the 1991 Water System Improvements was presented. Van Komen moved to approve and authorize the Mayor to sign the agreement subject to approval by the City Attorney. McCarty seconded and the motion carried unanimously. B. Delta Dental Plan Renewal: A renewal of the plan with no change in the premium was considered. Van Komen moved to approve renewal of the plan. Wallace seconded and the motion carried. IX.BOARD, COMMITTEE AND COMMISSION REPORTS REQUIRING ACTION A. IMPACT PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION, FEB. 25,1991 The Commission's review of the Spruce Grove subdivision preliminary plat was noted. X. CORRESPONDENCE A letter from the City Treasurer to the Valley County Auditor requesting clarification of tax collection matters was noted. This letter follows up the item noted by the city's auditor. XI. INFORMATION ITEMS Receipt of four information items was acknowledged including: AIC Legislative Hotline issues No. 8 and 9, AIC City Reports, No. 6 and the meeting calendar. XII. ADJOURNMENT Without further business, Wallace moved to adjourn at 9:35 p.m. Larson seconded and the motion carried. ATTEST; Arthur • Schmidt City Aministrator/Clerk Jo J. Aen Mayor ORDINANCE NO. 5 6 1 AN ORDII`IANCE RELATING TO PLANNING AND ZONING: REFERRING TO ORDINANCE NO. 569-I OF THE CITY OF McCALL, INCORPORATING THE PROVISIONS THEREOF AND PROVIDING FOR A 120 DAY MORATORIUM PROHIBITING THE APPLICATION FOR AND ISSUANCE OF BUILDING PERMITS FOR MOBILE HOMES IN THE McCALL, IDAHO, AREA OF CITY IMPACT. WHEREAS, the Mayor and Council of the City of McCall. Idaho, in Ordinance Ne. 569-I made findings pursuant to the authority aranted under provisions of Section 67-6523, Idaho Code and pursuant to the declaration of purpose of the Idaho Legislature, as set forth in Section 67-6502(a). Idaho Code. and the Mayor and Council do now make the specific findings that such conditions do now continue to exist that an emergency does now exist, and that a 120 day moratorium should be placed on the application for and issuance of building permits for mobile homes in the McCall. Idaho Area of City impact. NOW. THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Mayor and Council of the City of McCall, Idaho. as follows: Section 1. The application for and issuance of bu.id:n_ permits for the placement of mobile homes in the McCall. Idaho Area of City Impact is hereby prohibited for a period cf 120 days from and after the adoption, approval and publication cf this moratorium ordinance. Section 2. This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage, approval and publication as provided by law. ."1 Passed and approved this c? 0 - aa_ of Attest: 199'. ORDINANCE NO. S 31.22, AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO PLANNING AND ZONING; REFERRING TO ORDINANCE NO. 569 OF THE CITY OF McCALL, INCORPORATING THE PROVISIONS THEREOF AND PROVIDING FOR A 120 DAY MORATORIUM PROHIBITING THE APPLICATION FOR AND ISSUANCE OF BUILDING PERMITS FOR MOBILE HOMES IN THE CITY OF McCALL, IDAHO. WHEREAS, the Mayor and Council of the City of McCall, Idaho, in Ordinance No. 569 made findings pursuant to the authority granted under provisions of Section 67-6523, Idaho Code and pursuant to the declaration of purpose of the Idaho Legislature, as set forth in Section 67-6502(a), Idaho Code, and the Mayor and Council do now make the specific findings that such conditions do now continue to exist that an emergency does now exist, and that a 120 day moratorium should be placed on the application for and issuance of building permits for mobile homes in the City of McCall. NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Mayor and Council of the City of McCall, Idaho, as follows: Section 1. The application for and issuance of building permits for the placement of mobile homes in the City of McCall, Idaho is hereby prohibited for a period of 120 days from and after the adoption, approval and publication of this moratorium ordinance. Section 2. This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage, approval and publication as provided by law. Passed and approved this O day of , 1991.