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Council Minutes 1993 11/29MCCALL CITY COUNCIL MINUTES November 29, 1993 I. CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL. Mayor Smith called the meeting to order at 7:05 p.m. Lebrett, Wallace, and Larson answered the roll call. Van Komen was absent. The chair declared that a quorum was present. II. MINUTES OF NOVEMBER 15, 1993. Wallace moved to approve the minutes as presented. Lebrett seconded and the motion carried. III. PAYMENT OF CLAIMS. A. PAYROLL REPORT. A payroll report dated November 22, 1993 was presented. Wallace moved to approve the payroll. Larson seconded and the motion carried. B. VOUCHER REPORT. A list of claims dated November 29, 1993 was presented. Wallace moved to pay the claims and Larson seconded. After discussion, the motion carried. IV. CONSENT CALENDAR. There were no items on the consent calendar. V. OLD BUSINESS. A. WATER LINE AGREEMENT. An agreement with Carson West and Jody Becker concerning the extension of a water line to Fairway Drive was considered. Attorney Burton presented a staff report. After discussion Wallace moved to approve the agreement and to authorize the Mayor and Clerk to sign it. Lebrett seconded and the motion carried. B. TREATMENT PLANT SITE -APPRAISAL REPORT. An appraisal report by Brad Janoush concerning a proposed water treatment plant site in the Spring Mountain Ranch PUD was presented. After discussion it was the council's consensus that: 1. The item be moved the same time as when the 2d opinion engineers report is scheduled. 2. That staff review previous agreements and 1 discussions to determine what previous agreements contain and when the need to additional land was identified and to report accordingly. C. RESOLUTION 34-93, CERTIFICATES OF ENTITLEMENT FOR WATER AND SEWER CONNECTIONS, SPRING MOUNTAIN RANCH. Treasurer Henderson gave a staff report. Wallace moved to adopt Resolution 34-93. Lebrett seconded and the motion carried. D. TRAFFIC SIGNALS-55 AND MISSION. A report from the Idaho Department of Transportation was considered. After discussion, it was the council's consensus to refer the matter to the Transportation Advisory Committee along with a note from Judd DeBoer and a newspaper article concerning a grant to Sun Valley for similar work. E. ORDINANCE 651 CREATING LID #2. Attorney Burton read the ordinance by title. Marion Johnson, 127 E. Lake addressed the council. Mrs. Johnson stated that the ordinance had been tabled on October 28th and that since the motion for the first reading did not remove the item from the table the first and second readings were null and void. She further pointed out that the counts of property owners favoring and opposing the LID were about equal, that generally, those favoring the LID owned lots west of Mission Street and those opposing owned lots east of Mission Street. Mrs. Johnson also stated that twenty lots in Riverside Subdivision were not included in the LID and therefore this was not a subdivision LID. Attorney Burton reported that the council had not adopted any formal rules of procedure, that such rules could not be imposed by anyone else, and that the failure to include language removing the item from the table did not invalidate the procedure. After much discussion, Lebrett stated that: 1. The benefit to the properties on the east side of Mission Street must be proven. 2. That there must be a decision at Council level with regard to the level of services on the west side. Council needs to move to develop the west side of Mission Street. 2 3. That a worksession be scheduled. If the benefit to the East Side can't be proven, then it is necessary to schedule a worksession to bring the east side owners into agreement with council. 4. Need to research any available financial support of this type of situation. Ideas were given a the previous meeting. This could include soliciting a small type industry to come in and set up on the west side of Mission street to create some jobs to qualify an economic development grant. The council's consensus was that this matter should be tabled until the above work is done. F. CLUBHOUSE RESTAURANT CONTRACT (WINTER 1993-94) A proposed management agreement with Clubhouse, Inc. to manage the Golf Course Clubhouse for the winter was presented. Mary Clemmer representing Clubhouse, Inc. made a report. After discussion Wallace moved to approve the contract with a $100 minimum booking. Larson seconded and the motion carried. G. RESOLUTION 35-93 SETTING THE EFFECTIVE DATE FOR THE COUNCIL/MANAGER FORM OF GOVERNMENT. Larson moved to adopt Resolution 35-93 setting the effective date for the Council/Manager form as January 13, 1994 at the same time the new council is seated. Wallace seconded and the motion carried. H. ORDINANCE 654, HAWKERS LICENSE, 2ND READING. Attorney Burton read the Ordinance by title. Carl Ruhkala spoke regarding concern for vendors that had been setting up at Winter Carnival for years, that had been filling a need that non-profit organizations had not been able to meet. Lisa Mohler, Chamber of Commerce President pointed out that the board was working with older vendors to provide a better rate than for others. Attorney Burton pointed out that any "Hawker" could always get a City License even if a Street Carnival License had been issued. The ordinance was filed pending third reading. I. CHANGE ORDER - JACOB STREET WATER LINE PROJECT - Kim Allen presented Change Order 2 for $2,250 and five days completion time. After discussion, Wallace moved to approve the change order. Lebrett seconded and the motion carried. 3 VI. NEW BUSINESS. A. DEDICATION OF COMMERCE STREET. The Council considered a letter from Brown's Industries. After discussion, Wallace moved to accept Commerce Street for City maintenance. Lebrett seconded and the motion carried. B. DRAINAGE EASEMENT SPRING MOUNTAIN RANCH. The Council considered a letter from Toothman-Orton Engineering on behalf of Spring Mountain Ranch requesting a partial vacation of a drainage easement on Lot 22, Block 2 Spring Mountain Ranch Phase I. After discussion the matter was referred to staff for a more complete description of the easement, i.e., drainage pipe, ditch, etc. C. ORDINANCE 655, TRANSITION TO COUNCIL/MANAGER FORM OF GOVERNMENT. The City Attorney presented a report. After discussion, it was the consensus of the council to move the matter to the January 13, 1994 agenda for consideration by the new council. D. RESOLUTION SETTING CIVIL PENALTIES. The City Attorney presented Resolution No. 36-93 setting penalties for infractions that are consistent with the changed court costs. After discussion, Wallace moved to adopt Resolution 36-93. Larson seconded and the motion carried. E. AMENDED FIXED BASE OPERATOR LEASE. The council considered an amendment to the FBO lease with Pioneer Air Service to revert 3,720 square feet back to the City. After discussion, Wallace moved to approve the lease amendment. Larson seconded and the motion carried. VII. BOARD, COMMITTEE & COMMISSION REPORTS REQUIRING ACTION. A. CITY PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION MINUTES November 16, 1993. 1. Brown's Palace Variance. The council considered the recommendation of the commission to approve a Variance for a new swimming pool. After discussion Wallace moved to adopt the Findings and Conclusions of the City P&Z Commission as those of the Council and to approve the variance. Larson seconded and the motion carried. 4 2. Laxmi, Inc., Variance. The council considered the recommendation of the commission to deny a variance for the height of a sign. Wallace moved to adopt the Findings and Conclusions of the City P&Z Commission as those of the Council and to deny the variance. Larson seconded and the motion carried. 3. Design Review. The council considered a commission comment regarding architectural design guidelines. After discussion, it was the consensus of the council to defer the matter for consideration by the new council in January. B. PARKS AND RECREATION ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES, November 22, 1993. 1. Parks Reservation - McCall Chamber of Commerce. After discussion, Wallace moved to approve the reservation of Art Roberts Park, Legacy Park, and Fairway Parks from 1-21-94 through 1-30-94 and Riverfront Park from 1-14-94 through 1-30-94 contingent upon the approval of specific uses. Larson seconded and the motion carried. 2. Scout Troop 246 Concessions in Art Roberts Park. Larson moved to approve the special use of Troop 246's concession stand on the Southeast corner of Art Roberts Park. Wallace seconded and the motion carried. 3. Nomination of Jim Ware to Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee. Mayor Smith handed out a biographical summary of Mr. Ware's qualifications and entered his name as the Mayor's appointee to the committee. Wallace moved to approve the appointment. Lebrett seconded and the motion carried. VIII STAFF REPORTS. There were no reports. IX. PUBLIC COMMENTS. There were no comments. X. MAYOR AND COUNCIL COMMENTS AND REPORTS. Mayor Smith reported that Idaho Power has agreed to install a street lamp near Fairway Park to provide illumination of the proposed ice skating rink. Larson request that the Council elect communicate their ideas during the council meetings so 5 that the council could consider their ideas also. XI. INFORMATION ITEMS. The council noted the Draft Mission Statement for the Valley County Communication Center Committee; AIC City Report #10; Valley County Commission Minutes of November 8, 1993; a letter from Joe Nagel, DEQ, re: Status of State Drinking Water Program; Letter from HDR Engineering re: Second Opinion; and a Report of Worker's Compensation Claims. XII. ADJOURNMENT. Without further business Wallace moved to Adjourn at 9:13 p.m. Larson seconded and the motion carried. ATTEST: 6