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Council Minutes 1993 08/26MCCALL CITY COUNCIL MINUTES AUGUST 26,1993 I. CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL: The Mayor called the meeting to order at 7 p.m. Councilmen VanKomen, LeBrett and Larson answered the roll call. Councilman Wallace was excused due to illness. The Mayor declared a quorum present. II. MINUTES: The minutes of the August 12, 1993 regular meeting were presented. Councilman VanKomen asked that the record show that the cost of living adjustment for lower paid employees may be greater that the 4.5% and that for higher paid employees the percentage would be lower. VanKomen then moved to approve the August 12 minutes with this correction. LeBrett seconded and the motion carried. The minutes of the recessed session of the August 12 meeting, held on August 16, 1993 were considered. LeBrett requested that her written comments supporting the Police department's requests for an additional officer be attached to the minutes. VanKomen moved to approve the minutes with LeBrett's statement attached. LeBrett seconded and the motion carried. III. PAYMENT OF CLAIMS: A Payroll Report dated August 17 was considered. VanKomen moved to approve the report as presented. Larson seconded and the motion carried. A Voucher Report dated August 23 was then considered. Larson moved to approve the payment of the claims. VanKomen seconded and the motion carried. IV. CONSENT CALENDAR: The only item listed was the Golf Course Advisory Committee minutes of August 4, 1993. VanKomen moved to approve the Consent Calendar. LeBrett seconded and the motion carried. V. ADDITIONAL ITEMS: 9-1-1: The County's response to the Mayor's advisory letter regarding payment of the city assessment was considered. Commissioner Allen requested that the City reconsider its position on the matter. After a lengthy discussion, LeBrett moved to increase the proposed 1993-1994 Fiscal Year budget by $19,726.61 to pay the city's assessment for 9-1-1 dispatch services. VanKomen seconded and the motion carried unanimously. VI. OLD BUSINESS: A. TOOTHMAN-ORTON ENGINEERING, WORK ORDER FOR JACOB ST AND HIGHWAY 55 WATER LINES: The staff reported on the city's obligation to the Payette Lakes Commercial Center to install these lines. After discussion, LeBrett moved to approve the work order. VanKomen seconded and the motion carried. B. GIFT OF RIGHT OF WAY, DEINHARD-BOYDSTUN CONNECTOR: The proposal by Mike Eckhart and Keith Stein for a right of way dedication with a deed restriction to provide sewer stubs within 45 days of acceptance of the deed was considered. The Council consented to this condition on the deed and the Mayor, with the consent of the Council, ordered staff to proceed on the project in this direction. Bill Kirk asked that the funds for the Deinhard-Boydstun Connector be added back to the budget. After discussion, with the consent of the Council, the Mayor ordered that $10,000 from the Contingency fund be reallocated to this project in the Street Fund. C. SALE OF OLD GOLF CLUBHOUSE; Staff reported that no bids had been received on August 25 and recommended readvertising without a minimum bid. After discussion and review of the state statute governing the matter, LeBrett moved to readvertise as recommended. VanKomen seconded and the motion carried. D. CONTRACT FOR WATER MAIN IMPROVEMENTS, LAXMI, INC. The contract was to accomplish the abandonment of the old line and install an 8" line in Colorado St. Easterly from Highway 55 as discussed at the prior Council meeting. VanKomen moved to approve the agreement and authorize the Mayor to sign. LeBrett seconded and the motion carried. E. CITY HALL AND LIBRARY ROOF REPAIR: Staff reported that one bid had been received from Goldsmith Charter, Inc. to replace the roofing materials. Insufficient funds were available to re -roof the Senior Citizens Center. After discussion, VanKomen moved that the bid be awarded to GoldSmith Charter Inc and that staff be directed to find in the current budget the $2340 savings required to fund the project. Larson seconded and the motion carried. VII. PUBLIC HEARINGS: A. VARIANCE REQUEST, DAVID AND ALMA HANSON: The Mayor opened the hearing at 8 p.m. and requested a staff report. The staff reviewed the minutes of the Impact Planning and Zoning Commission on the matter, their Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law, and the staff report. The hearing was opened for public comment. No one appeared to be heard and the hearing was closed and the matter returned to the Council table. VanKomen moved to adopt the Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law of the Impact Planning and Zoning Commission as those of the City Council and to approve the variance request. Larson seconded. On a voice vote there were 2 Aye votes and 1 Nay vote, LeBrett dissenting. The Mayor declared the motion carried and the Variance approved. B. AIRPORT AREA ANNEXATION: The hearing was opened at 8:10 p.m. and a staff report was requested. The Council reviewed the City Planning and Zoning Commission's Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law, and their minutes on the matter. No one appeared to be heard and the hearing was closed and the issue returned to the Council table. Larson moved to adopt the Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law and to set the zoning as recommended by the Commission to Zone C. VanKomen seconded and the motion carried. The Mayor declared the motion carried and directed that an annexation ordinance be drafted for presentation to the Council to enact this annexation. VIII. PUBLIC FORUM; RESORT CITY SALES TAX PROPOSAL: The proposed 1% sales tax for capital improvements was scheduled for public comment. The following persons appeared and were heard. Dan Krahn who favored a "Bed and Booze" tax; Rick Fereday who favored the room tax; Allison Nelson who supported the sales tax; Jud DuBoer who opposed the proposed sales tax; A letter from Larry Shake, Brundage Mountain was presented and read; Henry Dalyrymple, who thought the tax would damage the city's image; Dick Wilkerson who asked the impact to local businesses; Ernie Woods who supported the tax; Bill Kirk who supported the proposal; Dick McChrystal who supported the proposal; The Council asked that the matter be rescheduled to the September 9, 1993 agenda and recessed briefly. IX. NEW BUSINESS A. AIRPORT LEASE, MCNAIR/MAY: Staff reported on the special Airport Committee meeting at noon this date and the committee recommended approval of the lease. VanKomen moved to approve the lease and authorize the Mayor to sign. Larson seconded and the motion carried unanimously. B. NOTICE OF CLAIM, COMPASS LEASING (BUDGET CAR RENTAL): Larson moved to confirm the referral of the matter to the City's insurance carrier. VanKomen seconded and the motion carried. C. ORDINANCE 649, PROHIBITING DISCHARGE OF WEAPONS AND DEFECATION IN PUBLIC PLACES; The Ordinance was introduced by the City Attorney and read by title. VanKomen moved that the rule requiring that the Ordinance be read on three separate occasions be suspended. Larson seconded. On a roll call vote, VanKomen, Larson and LeBrett voted Aye. The Mayor declared the rule suspended for the consideration of Ordinance 649. Larson then moved to adopt Ordinance 649. VanKomen seconded. On a roll call vote, Larson, VanKomen, and LeBrett voted Aye. The Mayor declared the motion carried and Ordinance 649 adopted. D. APPEAL OF CITY PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION AND COUNCIL ACTION, MAURICE BROWN: An appeal filed by Attorney Millemann on the Council's approval of a variance for Brownie's Saloon, filed by Maurice Brown was noted. The Council had acted without conduct of a second public hearing as was recommended by the Commission. Larson moved to rescind the approval of the application and direct the Mayor to schedule a second public hearing on the matter for the second meeting in September. VanKomen seconded the motion and it carried unanimously on a voice vote. E. RESOLUTION 33-93, DEDICATING CERTAIN LANDS TO PERPETUAL PARK USE: The Resolution was introduced which dedicates the half of the old railroad right of way recently acquired for the McCall Donnelly School System to perpetual park use, as agreed in the Mill Park Conversion application. After discussion, Larson moved to adopt Resolution 33-93. VanKomen seconded and the motion carried unanimously. X. STAFF REPORTS: A. CITY ADMINISTRATOR'S REPORT: The written report was reviewed which responded to the Council's inquiry about the rental of a room for training by the Police department, a limited response on the inquiry about a used bridge, closing of the bond sale for LID No. 3, the installation of a second pilot plant by an equipment vendor and a request to schedule the adoption of the Water Master Plan on the September 9 agenda. The Mayor so ordered. B. CITY ATTORNEY'S REPORT: The City Attorney advised that, as instructed, the letters regarding the Kalman issue, rejecting the offer would be sent on behalf of the City Council and the Urban Renewal Board. The Attorney also reviewed the issue of securing the easement for the drainage culvert across the Woodsman Motel property. A standard appraisal contract will be presented and the Council directed that Laxmi, Inc. pay the costs of securing this easement and the matter was returned to the City Attorney. C. CITY TREASURER'S REPORT: No action was requested and none taken. XI. PUBLIC COMMENT; No one appeared to be heard. XII. MAYOR AND COUNCIL COMMENTS AND REPORTS: Councilman Wallace's status was noted. XIII. CORRESPONDENCE AND INFORMATION: The following items were listed: Valley County Commission minutes, August 10, 1993 Action Update, August 19, 1993 AIC City Report, August 18, 1993 Letter from John West, Falcon CATV VanKomen moved to acknowledge receipt of the items. Larson seconded and the motion carried unanimously. XIV. ADJOURNMENT; At 10:20 p.m. VanKomen moved to adjourn. Larson seconded and the motion carried. Clerk