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Council Minutes 1993 03/25 MINUTES MCCALL CITY COUNCIL MARCH 25, 1993 I. CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL: Mayor Smith called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. Councilmen VanKomen, Wallace and LeBrett answered the roll call. Mr. Larson was absent. The Mayor declared a quorum present. II. MINUTES: A record of a meeting, noticed but without quorum was presented for March 10. LeBrett moved to approve the meeting record. Wallace seconded and the motion carried. The Minutes of the March 11 meeting were presented. VanKomen moved to approve the minutes. LeBrett seconded and the motion carried. The Minutes of the March 18 meeting were considered. Wallace moved the approve the minutes. VanKomen seconded and the motion carried. III. PAYMENT OF CLAIMS: A Payroll report dated March 16 was considered. Wallace moved to approve the payroll report. LeBrett seconded and the motion carried. A Voucher report dated March 19 was considered. After discussion, VanKomen moved to approve the report for payment. LeBrett seconded and the motion carried. At 7:09, Councilman Larson arrived and was seated. IV. CONSENT CALENDAR: The Library Board minutes of March 11 and a Catering Permit for Si Bueno on March 20 were considered. Wallace moved to approve the Consent Calendar. LeBrett seconded and the motion carried. V. OLD BUSINESS: A. WATER SYSTEM REPORTS: 1. Report on Water Quality: Bill Lynard of Montgomery-Watson Engineering reviewed the development of regulations, noting that the State, not the EPA will be the primary enforcement arm for the program. He reported further on water quality testing on the Lake source and noted that the difference in quality between Lake St. and Davis Beach were negligible. He discussed the possible use of alternate disinfection processes, including ozination, chloramines and presented a compliance schedule for a 2 year construction of the system amenities. 2. Report on Water Meters: A letter from Rick Orton was noted. After discussion and without further recommendations for amendment from the Council, Larson moved to adopt the Engineer's Water Meter Report dated March 18, 1993. VanKomen seconded and the motion carried unanimously. B. FINDINGS OF FACT AND CONCLUSIONS OF LAW, PRELIMINARY PLAT, BEAR BASIN ESTATES: This matter was considered at the prior regular meeting and the Findings were returned to staff for additional editing. Larson moved to approve the amended Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law and to approve the Preliminary Plat of Bear Basin Estates. VanKomen seconded and the motion carried. C. ORDINANCE 626, IMPOSING A BUILDING MORATORIUM ON THE B-2 ROUTING, THIRD READING: The City Attorney read the Ordinance declaring the emergency and imposing the moratorium. Wallace moved to adopt Ordinance 626. VanKomen seconded and on a roll call vote, Wallace, VanKomen, Larson and LeBrett voted Aye. The Mayor declared the Ordinance adopted. VI. PUBLIC HEARINGS, 8 P.M.: A. HELMICH VARIANCE: At the request of the applicant, this hearing was being rescheduled to April 22. B. WASTEWATER FACILITY PLAN UPDATE: The Mayor opened the hearing. Staff reviewed the history and process of this planning document. George Wagner and Kirby Vickers of JUB Engineering reviewed the findings and recommendations of the plan. The recommendation was for continued use of the current plant and adding a high rate land application system for effluent, in effect removing the effluent from the Payette River. The engineers reviewed the alternative treatment procedures considered and the cost estimates for those alternatives. The floor was then opened to the public. Jim Staup appeared and asked certain questions about the operation of the plant. Judy Anderson appeared and asked that the Council approve whichever alternate would remove the most phosphorus from the river and Cascade Reservoir. Ted Whiteman, Manager of the Payette Lakes Water and Sewer District, reported on the District Board's action on the report. The hearing was closed and the matter returned to the Council table. The Engineers asked the Council to identify an alternative. After lengthy discussion, VanKomen moved to refer the question of the alternative and a future course of action to the Joint Powers Board for a common recommendation to both the City Council and the District Board. LeBrett seconded and the motion carried. VII. NEW BUSINESS: A. RESOLUTION 5-93 AND 4-93, EXPRESSING THE COUNCIL'S INTENT TO CREATE LID NO. 2 IN THE RIVERSIDE SUBDIVISION, AND SETTING A HEARING: After discussion, VanKomen moved to adopt Resolution 5-93. Larson seconded and the motion carried. VanKomen then moved to approve Resolution 4-93. LeBrett seconded and the motion carried. An Engineering Work Order for design and preparation of specifications for the project was considered. Wallace moved to table the Work Order until April 22, following the hearing on the project. B. RESOLUTION 2-93, UPDATING THE CITY'S SECTION 125 CAFETERIA PLAN: This Resolution corrected certain deficiencies of the originally adopted plan. VanKomen moved to adopt Resolution 2-93. Wallace seconded and the motion carried. C. SEWER CAPITALIZATION FEE, HIGH VALLEY BUILDERS, JIM CAMPBELL: The staff recommended a capital improvement fee of $156.55. Wallace moved to approve the capital improvement fee as recommended. VanKomen seconded and the motion carried. D. PRESENTATION OF FISCAL YEAR 1991-1992 AUDIT, MARX AND CO. Mitchell Marx noted certain problems in overspending certain funds. He suggested concurrent adoption of a new budget and adoption of a current year amendment. Identification of the golf course sprinkler system reserve fund was questioned. After review and discussion, the Council asked to have time to review the report and to reschedule the report for approval on the next agenda. It was so ordered. VIII. BOARD, COMMITTEE AND COMMISSION REPORTS REQUIRING ACTION: A. IMPACT AREA PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION, MARCH 9, 1993: Meadowood Subdivision was listed for action. An appeal of the Commission's action was noted and the matter has been scheduled for hearing on May 13, 1993 before the Council. B. MCCALL REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY, MARCH 10, 1993: The Agency's annual report was submitted to the council as required by State Code. VanKomen moved to accept the Agency's annual report. LeBrett seconded and the motion carried. C. AIRPORT ADVISORY COMMITTEE, MARCH 10, 1993: The Committee recommended that the amended operating agreement with the US Forest Service be approved. Wallace moved to approve the agreement and authorize the Mayor to sign. VanKomen seconded and the motion carried unanimously. Discussion about the Limited Part 139 application followed. D.CITY PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION, MARCH 16, 1993: The Commission's action regarding the Edwards Variance was noted. The appeal of the Commission's action was noted and the hearing before the Council scheduled for May 13. The Council considered the Commission's minutes, Findings and Conclusions regarding the Atkinson variance request for a cul de sac in Bear Basin Estates. After discussion, Wallace moved to approve the request and to adopt the Commission's Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law as those of the City Council. VanKomen seconded and the motion carried. The Council then considered the Commission's recommendation on the Variance request by Malcolm Scott regarding certain amenities in a mobile home park. VanKomen moved to approve the variance and to adopt the Commission's Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law in the matter as those of the City Council. Wallace seconded and the motion carried. IX. STAFF REPORTS: A. CITY ADMINISTRATOR'S REPORT: The written report noted progress on an interagency agreement for suppression of urban-wildland fires. The Administrator delivered a report on all program activity for 1992. B. CITY ATTORNEY'S REPORT: The Attorney noted improved cooperation with the County Prosecutor and Sheriff and reviewed other activities. C. CITY TREASURER'S REPORT: The Treasurer noted personnel changes and the closing and bond sale for LID No. 1. X. PUBLIC COMMENTS: No one appeared to be heard. XI. MAYOR AND COUNCIL COMMENTS AND REPORTS: The Mayor reported he will be absent from the City from March 30 to April 21. XII. CORRESPONDENCE AND INFORMATION ITEMS: Wallace moved to acknowledge receipt of the following information items: Valley County Commission minutes, March 8; Action Update as of March 15; Code Enforcement reports for January and February; Letter to FAA regarding a Limited Part 139 Certificate; Joint Powers Board Minutes, March 11; Legislative Hotline, Issues 7 and 8. VanKomen seconded and the motion carried. XIII.ADJOURNMENT: At 11:18, without further business, Wallace moved to adjourn. VanKomen seconded and the motion carried.