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Council Minutes 1993 06/17MCCALL CITY COUNCIL JUNE 17, 1993 MINUTES I. CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL: The Mayor called the meeting to order at 7:15 p.m. Councilmen Wallace, Larson and LeBrett answered the roll call. The Mayor declared a quorum present and announced the purpose of the meeting which was to have a workshop with the Water System Engineers related to the required water system improvements. II. WATER SYSTEM: Rick Orton introduced the goals and criteria for the system improvements. Peak day, week and month data was noted and the correlation with weather/precipitation conditions was noted as the most predictive variable for the system's operation at peak periods. Bill Lynard of Montgomery Watson outlined the regulatory environment and advised that he expected the City to receive a compliance letter from DEQ in early July 1993 which would allow a 2 year period for compliance. The plant design and process to be used was discussed and the use of alternate disinfection processes, ozonation, was contemplated by 2005. Orton then discussed the distribution network and the improvements required for that part of the system. He outlined Base improvements to secure compliance. He identified the cost of the master plan system improvement at $17 million. The Council discussed a mid-range improvement program and directed that a fully automatic sprinkler system for the golf course be included in the mid-range program. The Council then reviewed the schedule for the project based on compliance by 1995. After discussion, Wallace moved to present a revenue bond issue to the public on August 31, 1993 for approximately $9.5 million, the exact amount to be determined by final cost estimates by the staff and engineers. LeBrett seconded and the motion carried unanimously. III. ADJOURNMENT: At 10:56 p.m., Wallace moved to adjourn. Larson seconded and the motion carried. C ~Mayor