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Council Minutes 1999 11/03CITY OF MCCALL MINUTES SPECIAL MEETING City of McCall November 3, 1999 Table of Contents Call To Order and Roll Call Public Comment Business Reports Adjournment MINUTES Call To Order The special meeting of the McCall City Council was called to order by Mayor Eimers at 12:05pm. Ms. Arp, Mr. Colton, Mr. Eimers, Mr. Muller and Mr. Venable answered roll call. A quorum was present. City staff members present were City Manager Bill Robertson and Deputy City Clerk Cathleen Koch. Public Comment No comments were made. Business AB 99-112 Lease/Purchase of Cat Wheel Loader Bill Keating presented the lease/purchase agreement for a Caterpillar Wheel Loader. He explained that the City of McCall could back out at the end of each year. The Airport will receive the old loader and Public Works will use the new loader. The approval is only for the lease. The department will have to come back to council at the end of the lease for approval to purchase the loader. Ralph Colton moved to approve the lease/purchase of the Caterpillar pending acceptance by Attorney Dave Bieter. Mr. Muller seconded the motion. Arp, Colton, Eimers, Muller and Venable voted aye. The motion carried. AB 99-108 DEQ Consent Order Bill Robertson stated that there had been no response from Al Barker concerning the DEQ Consent Order. Mr. Robertson recommended after Al Barker's review that the Mayor have authority to sign the Consent Order. Marilyn Arp moved to sign the DEQ Consent Order in 1 week even if Al Barker has not reviewed it by then. Mayor Eimers seconded the motion. All council members voted aye. The motion carried. AB 99-111 Canvassing of Votes Julie Eddins, Judge of the Election, presented the results of the November 2, 1999 general election. The results were as follows: 1594 registered voters 48 newly registered voters 1642 total registered voters 573 voted ballots 574 voters signed for ballots 577 used ballots 823 ballots unused 1400 ballots printed 1350 ballots at 8am 48 ballots used for absentee voting 3 spoiled ballots 1 absentee ballot not returned 1400 ballots printed • Marilyn Arp had 420 votes. • Ralph Colton had 419 votes. • Kirk Eimers had 238 votes for the recall and 322 votes against the recall. 537 votes were needed to recall Mr. Eimers. • Allan Muller had 240 votes for the recall and 317 votes against the recall. 528 votes were needed to recall Mr. Muller. > Ray Venable had 280 votes for the recall and 281 votes against the recall. 347 votes were needed to recall Mr. Venable. Bill Robertson stated that overall the election was successful and congratulations to all. The official proclamation was that the Council would remain the same going forward. Ralph Colton moved to accept the election tabulations as provided and declare the results as final. Mr. Muller seconded the motion. All council members voted aye. The motion carried. Reports Bill Robertson stated that Carl and Janet Hass had made their final report for the year. The Golf Course ended at $53,000 above last year. It was the shortest golf season in history. The success was attributed to the excellent shape of the golf course under Dan Pillard's leadership. Mr. Robertson also announced that he is resigning as City Manager/City Clerk. He was offered a position that he had not sought out as President of a software company. He plans to be gone next week and return for the following 2 weeks. Bill recommended Lindley Kirkpatrick as the Acting City Manager. Mr. Kirkpatrick has served in this capacity in his previous position. Mr. Robertson recommended that the Council consider a contract with the next City Manager. Mayor Eimers stated that Bill Robertson had done a wonderful job and wished him well. A meeting needs to be scheduled with J-Ditch. Ralph Colton stated that the previous process for the hiring of City Manager was a joint Council and community process that worked well. He recommended a similar process. Mayor Eimers will not be here for the meeting November 17, 1999. Executive Session There was not an executive session. Adjournment Mr. Colton moved to adjourn at 12:40pm. Mayor Eimers seconded the motion. All council members voted aye. The motion carried. ATTEST: IV/UC(LZC6� Cathie Koch, Deputy City Clerk Kirk Eimers, Mayor