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2013.01.24 Regular MinutesMINUTES McCall City Council Regular Meeting Legion Hall (McCall City Hall - Lower Level) January 24, 2013 Agenda Call to Order and Roll Call Approve the Agenda Work Session Pledge of Allegiance Public Hearing Public Comment Business Agenda Consent Agenda Adjournment CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL Mayor Bailey called the regular meeting of the McCall City Council to order at 5:31 p.m. Council Member Aymon, Mayor Bailey, Council Member Swanson, and Council Member Scott all answered roll call. Council Member Witte was absent. City staff present was Gene Drabinski, City Manager; Bill Nichols, City Attorney; Eric McCormick, Golf Superintendent; Barbara Sivey, Human Resources Manager; Jerry Summers, Chief of Police; Michelle Groenevelt, Community Development Director; Dennis Coyle, Parks and Recreation Director; Carol Coyle, Grant Coordinator; Nathan Stewart, City Engineer; David Simmonds, Information Systems Manager; Delta James, City Planner; and BessieJo Wagner, City Clerk. APPROVE THE AGENDA Mayor Bailey moved to amend the City Council Agenda to remove AB 13-17 Historic Preservation Commission appointment from the Business Agenda as the volunteer has withdrawn her name for consideration. Council Member Aymon seconded the motion. In a voice vote all members voted aye and the motion carried. WORK SESSION Council Member Witte joined the meeting at 5:50 pm. McCall City Council Regular Meeting Page 1 of 10 January 24, 2013 AB 13-27 Proposed Code Amendment to McCall City Code Title 4 —Taxicabs BessieJo Wagner, City Clerk, presented the Proposed Code Amendment to McCall City Code Title 4 —Taxicabs to Council. At the July 26, 2012 City Council Meeting it was identified that Title 4 of the McCall City Code was outdated and needed to be re -written. The McCall City code currently did not have any standard regarding the issuance of business licenses to taxicabs. At the September 13, 2012 City Council Meeting it was identified by staff and Council that there was a need to establish City Code to regulate how taxicab licenses were issued. At the September 27, 2012 Meeting, Council reviewed a draft taxi ordinance, made some changes, and requested an additional work session to review the changes. The purpose of this work session is for the Council to review the revised draft ordinance that will establish regulations for taxicab licenses. Mrs. Wagner clarified the additional changes made to the draft ordinance. Council Member Aymon asked for clarification on 4.4.5 C on page 5, the sentence that refers to "paid any fine". Bill Nichols, City Attorney, clarified that an infraction may not be a misdemeanor and the only remedy to the infraction is paying a fine. Also as it relates to the ordinance, paying a fine would be anything related to the list in 4.4.5. Mayor Bailey asked for clarification on 4.4.5 D where it defines why someone would not be eligible for a taxi license, particularly it states "received a withheld judgment". Mr. Nichols clarified stating that to operate a taxi is a privilege not a right. He also stated that the Council can regulate privileges differently than in a situation where someone would have the right to do. He clarified further stating that while the State of Idaho may state that a person was not convicted, the Council can, for the purpose of whether someone qualifies for a taxi license in the City of McCall, treat a withheld judgment as a conviction. Council Member Swanson asked for clarification about whether drivers of the transit would fall under the Commercial Transportation Business. Mrs. Wagner clarified that in the definitions buses were excluded. Council Member Aymon asked for clarification of the statement in 4.4.11 that states "It is not necessary for children's vehicles to be equipped with either taximeters or posted with a schedule of flat rate fares." It was determined that it was not applicable to McCall and was stricken. Council Member Aymon commented on the rule that smoking was not permitted while transporting customers, stating that smoking should not be allowed at all in the taxi at any time. Mr. Nichols stated that he felt it was more of an issue for the Taxi Company to regulate than a public health issue. Council Member Swanson asked for clarification of 4.4.8 J., it states "Loiter upon or about any premises within the city for the purpose of seeking or soliciting prospective passengers who have not engaged the taxicab or commercial transportation service by previous appointment." It was determined that this restriction be stricken. Council Member Witte stated that it was not clear if the City was licensing the business or the drivers. Mrs. Wagner stated that was clarified in the version handed out at the meeting. She McCall City Council Regular Meeting Page 2 of 10 January 24, 2013 clarified that the business needs a license to do business and each driver needs a license to drive a taxi. Council Member Witte also asked for clarification as to what type of services are being offered and what was the difference between Auto Transportation Service and Commercial Transportation Services. Through a brief discussion it was determined that all references to Auto Transportation Service would be stricken. Council Member Witte commented that paragraph 4.4.5 F seemed subjective. Mr. Nichols clarified that this paragraph gives the City some flexibility should they receive many complaints concerning a taxicab driver or service; the City could revoke the license. Council Member Witte commented that paragraph 4.4.13 does not reference taxi and should be added to the paragraph. Council Member Witte commented that paragraph 4.4.15 add "This provision does not apply to the taxicab or commercial transportation vehicle not in service." Staff will bring the Ordinance to the next meeting for adoption. Mayor Bailey led the audience in the Pledge of Allegiance at 6:03 pm. PUBLIC HEARING AB 13-13 Zoning Ordinance Amendment: Parking Standards Delta James, City Planner presented the Zoning Ordinance Amendment: Parking Standards to Council. The City of McCall Downtown Parking Study and Needs Assessment Final Report (2009) demonstrates that there is a surplus of public parking within downtown and recommends reducing commercial parking requirements as an approach to promote infill and downtown development. Staff, in an effort to implement this recommendation, has researched parking requirements of like communities and conducted work sessions with the Planning and Zoning Commission to identify an appropriate reduction in commercial parking requirements at this time. Staff views these reductions as an interim step until the upcoming Downtown Master Plan update is complete, at which time additional reductions may be recommended. Mayor Bailey opened the public hearing for the Zoning Ordinance Amendment: Parking Standards at 6:20 p.m. Hearing no comments Mayor Bailey closed the Public Hearing Council Member Swanson moved to suspend the rules, read by title only, one time only Ordinance No. 907, amending Title 3. Council Member Scott seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Swanson, Council Member Aymon, Mayor Bailey, Council Member Scott, and Council Member Witte all voted aye and the motion passed. McCall City Council Regular Meeting Page 3 of IO January 24, 2013 BessieJo Wagner, City Clerk, read by title only, one time only, Ordinance 907. An ordinance of the City of McCall, a municipal corporation of the State of Idaho, Valley County, Idaho amending McCall City Code Title 3 section 3.8.06 parking provisions, driveways and loading area, section 3.8.061 parking and development standards and section 3.8.062 off street parking requirements to reduce parking requirements for existing buildings and new construction in central business district, community commercial, industrial and business park zones and providing an effective date. Council Member Swanson moved to adopt Ordinance No. 907, amending Title 3, approve the publication of the summary, and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. Council Member Scott seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Swanson, Council Member Aymon, Mayor Bailey, Council Member Scott, and Council Member Witte all voted aye and the motion passed. PUBLIC COMMENT Mayor Bailey called for public comment at 6:23 p.m. Michelle Groenevelt, Community Development Director, introduced her new intern Catherine Vanderwaart, who is a graduate student from MIT. Ms. Vanderwaart is assisting with the initial background research for the McCall Transit Center. Ms. Vanderwaart addressed the Council and gave a brief overview of the project that will take a little longer than a month to complete. Hearing no further comments, Mayor Bailey closed the public comment period. BUSINESS AGENDA AB 13-14 Resolution 13-07 adopting P&Z related fees — reduction of parking in -lieu fee Delta James, City Planner, presented Resolution 13-07 adopting Planning and Zoning related fees — reduction of parking in -lieu fee to Council. Resolution 13-07 reduces the Central Business District parking in -lieu fee from $20,000 per space to $7,500 per space and provides a single point reference for other Planning and Zoning related fees (none of the others are proposed to change). McCall City Code 3.4.061.B provides an option for development within the Central Business District (CBD) to fulfill off street parking space requirements by contributing an amount specified by resolution of the council for each required space to the city's parking lot trust fund. To date, the City has not collected any fees for CBD parking spaces omitted. The City of McCall Downtown Parking Study & Needs Assessment Final Report (2009) recommends reducing commercial parking requirements as an approach to promote infill and downtown development. Staff recommends reducing the fee for parking spaces omitted in the CBD from $20,000, which was set to reflect the approximate per -space cost of construction of structured parking to $7,500, which approximately reflects the per -space cost of improved surface parking. McCall City Council Regular Meeting Page 4 of 10 January 24, 2013 Council Member Aymon moved to adopt Resolution 13-07 and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. Council Member Swanson seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Swanson, Council Member Aymon, Mayor Bailey, Council Member Scott, and Council Member Witte all voted aye and the motion passed. AB 13-20 Live Bull & Bronc Riding 2013 Winter Carnival Event request McKenzie Christensen from the Chamber of Commerce presented the Live Bull & Bronc Riding 2013 Winter Carnival Event request to Council. The McCall Chamber of Commerce is requesting to use the area behind City Hall Live Bull & Bronc 2013 Winter Carnival Event for the second weekend of Winter Carnival, February 2, 2013. Last year the Mile Hi Bucking Bulls, a company out of Donnelley, successfully held the event in the requested area. The same company has teamed up with Bar X for this year's event. The event will primarily feature bull and bronco riding. The Chamber of Commerce has worked with the Public Works Department, the Police Department, and the Parks Department to determine which location would be optimal for their event. They will charge $10 for each adult spectator and $5 for those under 12 years of age. Last year the City donated approximately 80 man hours, fill dirt and the use of heavy equipment for the event. In a letter of agreement with Frank Loomis, the City charged a fee of $200.00 plus 5% of the net profits of the event. Mr. Loomis reported a net loss from the event therefore the only compensation to the City was $200.00. The Chamber of Commerce is working out the details of the event to include obtaining and moving the dirt independent of the City. Insurance will be provided prior to the event should the Council approve the event. Council Member Aymon expressed concern over the short timeline of the event and that the organizers need to start earlier. Council Member Witte stated that she preferred River Front Park and a secondary safety fence. Mayor Bailey was in favor of a secondary fence. Mayor Bailey also stated that the organizers must start sooner to have a longer planning time in the future. There was a brief discussion regarding what to do should a bull get out. Mayor Bailey summarized that he supported the event with the secondary fence and that the fee should be the same as last year at $200. Mayor Bailey moved to approve the Live Bull & Bronc riding event in the area behind City Hall contingent on a signed contract to move the dirt in and out, proving a secondary fence, and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. Council Member Swanson seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Mayor Bailey, Council Member Swanson, Council Member Aymon, and Council Member Scott, all voted aye and Council Member Witte voted no and the motion passed. AB 13-16 Airport Advisory Committee Annual Report to City Council Dan Scott, Airport Advisory Committee (AAC) Member, presented the annual AAC report to City Council. Mr. Scott distributed a written report attached as Attachment 1. McCall City Council Regular Meeting Page 5 of 10 January 24, 2013 AB 13-21 Hangar 540 Lease Assignment Dennis Coyle, Interim Airport Manager, presented the Hangar 540 Lease Assignment to Council. The owner of Hangar 540 has a sale pending with a closing scheduled in January 2013, and the seller has requested that we assign the lease to the purchaser. The purchaser currently owns an aircraft, N8576M. The purchaser, G.H.H. Roth Revocable Trust, Geoffrey H.H. Roth, Trustee, has been given a copy of the lease, current airport rules and regulations, and minimum standards. The lease, a copy of which is attached, was entered into 05 January 2007 for a period of 20 years and is renewable for up to four (4) additional five (5) year terms. Under the current lease rate structure with all land for new leases valued at $0.361 per square foot per annum, the annual lease fee will go from $390.50 to $545.83. The lease assignment has been signed by the seller and the purchaser and the signatures have been notarized and are attached. After the Mayor signs the assignment, the City Clerk will record the document, and keep a copy for our files. We have requested a $200 transaction fee. The lease terms remain unchanged as this is not a new lease. The lease payment is current for FY13. Council Member Scott moved to approve the lease assignment of Hangar 540 from Schwindt to Roth and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. Council Member Witte seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Swanson, Council Member Aymon, Mayor Bailey, Council Member Scott, and Council Member Witte all voted aye and the motion passed. AB 13-15 Parks & Recreation Department Annual Report to Council Dennis Coyle, Parks and Recreation Director, presented his department's annual report to Council. AB 13-18 Golf Course Department Annual Report to Council Eric McCormick, Golf Course Superintendent, presented his department's annual report to Council. AB 13-19 Information Systems Department Annual Report to Council David Simmonds, Information Systems Manager, presented his department's annual report to Council. AB 13-23 Third Street Corridor Revitalization Project Update Nathan Stewart, City Engineer, and Carol Coyle, Grant Coordinator; presented an update on the Third Street Corridor Revitalization Project to Council. The City of McCall was awarded the Idaho Community Development Block Grant funding from the Idaho Department of Commerce for streetscape, storm water, sidewalk, and water system improvements on Third Street. This past fall, the first phase of the project was completed. The work included the construction of new water mains and storm water systems. Final design is being completed with staff review at the end of the month. The project is anticipated to be put out to bid in February 2013. Construction is anticipated to start in the late spring and substantial completion would be before the July 4th holiday. An updated project was distributed to council and is attached as Attachment 2. McCall City Council Regular Meeting Page 6 of 10 January 24, 2013 AB 13-22 Ordinance to Correct Ordinance 906 to amend Title 4 of the McCall City Code section 4.1.14 Liquor Sales Prohibited BessieJo Wagner, City Clerk, presented the Ordinance to Correct Ordinance 906 to amend Title 4 of the McCall City Code section 4.1.14 Liquor Sales Prohibited to Council. At the November 29, 2012 City Council Meeting it was identified that Title 4 of the McCall City Code was outdated and needed to be re -written. The ordinance presented to Council amended section 4.1.14 LIQUOR SALES PROHIBITED of the McCall City Code allowing liquor sales on Christmas and Election days. Since the passage of this Ordinance it has come to staffs attention that there was an error. The Idaho Code §23-927 that was updated in 2008 only removed the prohibition of liquor sales on election days, not Christmas day. To correct the error and align with Idaho Code §23-927 a new ordinance has been prepared as was presented to Council. Council Member Swanson moved to suspend the rules, read by title only, one time only Ordinance No. 908 amending Title 4 of the McCall City Code section 4.1.14 Liquor Sales Prohibited. Council Member Witte seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Swanson, Council Member Aymon, Mayor Bailey, Council Member Scott, and Council Member Witte all voted aye and the motion passed. BessieJo Wagner, City Clerk, read by title only, one time only, Ordinance No 908. An ordinance of the City of McCall, a municipal corporation of the State Of Idaho, Valley County, Idaho correcting Ordinance 906 that amended McCall City Code Section 4.1.14 liquor sales prohibited, to align with Idaho Code to prohibit the sale of liquor on Christmas; and providing an effective date. Council Member Swanson moved to adopt Ordinance No. 908, amending Title 4 of the McCall City Code section 4.1.14 Liquor Sales Prohibited, approve the publication of the summary, and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. Council Member Aymon seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Swanson, Council Member Aymon, Mayor Bailey, Council Member Scott, and Council Member Witte all voted aye and the motion passed. AB 13-25 An Ordinance Correcting Annexation Ordinance 893 Michelle Groenevelt, Community Development Director, presented the Ordinance to Correct the Annexation Ordinance 893 to Council. Ordinance No 893 was adopted by City Council on February 9, 2012. Ordinance 893 is a Category A annexation for zoning upon annexation of approximately 35.6 acres containing the Timbercrest Countryside Subdivision (zoned R4 — Low Density Residential) and adjacent properties to the north (zoned R4) and west (zoned R1 — Residential). When Ordinance 893 was sent to the Idaho State Commission, the Commission sent a letter stating that there was a discrepancy with the ordinance's legal description. Garrett Mapp, the City's GIS Analyst has corrected the legal descriptions and has worked with the Tax Commission to ensure that the legal descriptions are accurate. Council Member Scott moved to suspend the rules, read by title only, one time only Ordinance No. 909, correcting Ordinance No. 893 which established a Category A annexation for zoning upon annexation of approximately 35.6 acres containing the McCall City Council Regular Meeting Page 7 of 10 January 24, 2013 Timbercrest Countryside Subdivision and adjacent properties to the north and west. Council Member Aymon seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Swanson, Council Member Aymon, Mayor Bailey, Council Member Scott, and Council Member Witte all voted aye and the motion passed. BessieJo Wagner, City Clerk, read by title only, one time only, Ordinance 909. An ordinance of the City of McCall, Valley County, Idaho, correcting Ordinance No. 893, which annexed certain real property located in the impact area of Valley County, Idaho establishing the zoning classification upon annexation of properties as R4 Low Density Residential and R1 Residential Zoning; providing for related matters, to correct the legal descriptions set forth in Ordinance No. 893, and directing the City Engineer to alter the use and area map accordingly. Council Member Scott moved to adopt Ordinance No. 909, correcting Ordinance No. 893 which established a Category A annexation for zoning upon annexation of approximately 35.6 acres containing the Timbercrest Countryside Subdivision and adjacent properties to the north and west, approve the publication of the summary, and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. Council Member Swanson seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Swanson, Council Member Aymon, Mayor Bailey, Council Member Scott, and Council Member Witte all voted aye and the motion passed. AB 13-26 An Ordinance Correcting Annexation Ordinance 905 Michelle Groenevelt, Community Development Director, presented the Ordinance to Correct the Annexation Ordinance 905 to Council. Ordinance No 905 was adopted by City Council on October 25, 2012. Ordinance 905 is a Category A annexation for zoning upon annexation of seven parcels located to the west of the Ski Ranch Subdivision (zoned RR —Rural Residential and R4 Low Density Residential). When Ordinance 905 was sent to the Idaho State Commission, the Commission sent a letter stating that there was a discrepancy with the ordinance's legal description. Garrett Mapp, the City's GIS Analyst has corrected the legal descriptions and has worked with the Tax Commission to ensure that the legal descriptions are accurate. Council Member Aymon moved to suspend the rules, read by title only, one time only Ordinance No. 910, correcting Ordinance No. 905 which established a Category A annexation for zoning upon annexation of seven parcels located to the west of the Ski Ranch Subdivision. Council Member Swanson seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Swanson, Council Member Aymon, Mayor Bailey, Council Member Scott, and Council Member Witte all voted aye and the motion passed. BessieJo Wagner, City Clerk, read by title only, one time only, Ordinance 910. An ordinance of the City of McCall, Valley County, Idaho, correcting Ordinance No. 905, which annexed certain real property located in the impact area of the City of McCall, Idaho, and which lies contiguous or adjacent to the city limits thereof, establishing the zoning classification upon annexation of properties as Rural Residential (RR) or Low Density Residential (R4); and declaring that said land, by proper legal description as described below, be a part of the City of McCall, County of Valley, State of Idaho; repealing all ordinances, resolutions, orders or parts McCall City Council Regular Meeting Page 8 of 10 January 24, 2013 thereof in conflict herewith; and directing the City Engineer to add said property to the official maps of the City of McCall, Idaho; and directing the Clerk of the City of McCall to file a certified copy of the corrected ordinance and map of the areas to be annexed with Valley County Recorder, Auditor, Treasurer and Assessor, and the State Tax Commission of the State of Idaho, pursuant to Idaho Code Section 50-223 and Section 63-2215; providing for related matters, to correct the legal description set forth in Ordinance No. 905 to which the same was made subject, and directing the City Engineer to alter the use and area map accordingly. Council Member Swanson moved to adopt Ordinance No. 910, correcting Ordinance No. 905 which established a Category A annexation for zoning upon annexation of seven parcels located to the west of the Ski Ranch Subdivision, approve the publication of the summary, and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. Council Member Aymon seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Swanson, Council Member Aymon, Mayor Bailey, Council Member Scott, and Council Member Witte all voted aye and the motion passed. AB 13-24 An Ordinance Correcting Annexation Ordinance 762 Michelle Groenevelt, Community Development Director, presented the Ordinance to Correct the Annexation Ordinance 762 to Council. Ordinance No 762 was adopted by City Council on January 24, 2002. Ordinance 762 established the zoning classification of the annexed property as ZONE B — Medium Density Residential; rezoning certain property located in the city from ZONE B — Medium Density Residential to ZONE B — Medium Density Residential. In the process of correcting legal descriptions for Annexations done in 2012 it was discovered that the Idaho State Tax Commission had sent a letter stating that the ordinance did not comply with the legal description and/or mapping requirements. Garrett Mapp, the City's GIS Analyst has corrected the legal descriptions and has worked with the Tax Commission to ensure that the legal descriptions are accurate. Council Member Scott moved to suspend the rules, read by title only, one time only Ordinance No. 911, correcting Ordinance No. 762 which established the zoning classification of the annexed property as ZONE B — Medium Density Residential; rezoning certain property located in the city from ZONE B — Medium Density Residential to ZONE B — Medium Density Residential. Council Member Swanson seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Swanson, Council Member Aymon, Mayor Bailey, Council Member Scott, and Council Member Witte all voted aye and the motion passed. BessieJo Wagner, City Clerk, read by title only, one time only, Ordinance 911. An Ordinance of the City Of McCall, Valley County, Idaho, correcting Ordinance No. 762, which annexed certain real property located in the unincorporated area of Valley County, Idaho and contiguous to the corporate limits of the City of McCall, to the City of McCall, Idaho, establishing the zoning classification of the annexed property as Zone B — Medium Density Residential; rezoning certain property located in the City from Zone B — Medium Density Residential to Zone B — Medium Density Residential; directing that copies of this ordinance be filed as provided by law; providing for related matters, to correct the legal description set forth in Ordinance No. 762, and directing the City Engineer to alter the use and area map accordingly. McCall City Council Regular Meeting Page 9 of 10 January 24, 2013 Council Member Scott moved to adopt Ordinance No. 911, correcting Ordinance No. 762 which established the zoning classification of the annexed property as ZONE B — Medium Density Residential; rezoning certain property located in the city from ZONE B — Medium Density Residential to ZONE B — Medium Density Residential, approve the publication of the summary, and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. Council Member Swanson seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Swanson, Council Member Aymon, Mayor Bailey, Council Member Scott, and Council Member Witte all voted aye and the motion passed. CONSENT AGENDA Staff recommended approval of the following items: 1. Special Council Minutes — November 9, 2012 2. Warrant Registers Dated January 18, 2013 3. Payroll Report for Period ending January 4, 2013 4. Alcohol and Catering Licenses Activity Report 5. AB 13-12 Authorization for the Destruction of Records — Resolution 13-06 A brief discussion took place regarding the Warrant Register and corrections to the minutes. Council Member Scott moved to approve the Consent Agenda, with the minutes corrected. Council Member Witte seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Swanson, Council Member Aymon, Mayor Bailey, Council Member Scott, and Council Member Witte all voted aye and the motion carried. ADJOURNMENT Without further business, the Mayor adjourned the meeting at 8:58 p.m. ATTEST: 001111W1101.4 , 0� li' ti. a �4Z ''. * ( ... d = Donald C. Bailey, Mayor L, ID100,0 BessieJo r a_ er, C. lerk McCall City Council Regular Meeting January 24, 2013 Page 10 of 10 ATTACHMENT 1 McCall Municipal Airport Airport Advisory Committee Annual Briefing to McCall City Council January 24, 2013 2012 Highlights • Construction of the Snow Removal Equipment Storage Building (SRE) was completed. The new SRE will meet the airport's needs for the foreseeable future. • The USFS completed its new heli-base building. McCall now has a fixed wing tanker base, a smoke jumper base, and the heli-base. • Additional hangars continue to connect to the city sewer that was completed last year. • We conducted an Airport Rates and Charges review and provided recommendations to staff for changes to airport lease rates. • In conjunction with the above we began the process of reviewing the airport land lease format with the intention of clarifying the intent of airport and lessee responsibilities, especially as it relates to lease rates and lease rate changes. • John Anderson left his position as Airport Manager toward the end of the year. We are in the process of recruiting and hiring a new airport manager. The hiring should be completed in February. • The FAA required a Supplemental Environmental report to the taxiway relocation Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) so that we can pursue purchasing land in addition to the land necessary for the taxiway. The FAA approved the Supplemental Environmental report in November. We have since begun the formal FAA process to purchase the land. McCall City Council Regular Meeting Page 1 of 2 January 24, 2013 ATTACHMENT 1 2013 Planning (and beyond) • Complete the review/update process of the airport's land lease template. In conjunction with this revised lease rates and charges will be proposed based on the review completed in 2012. • Acquisition of land necessary for taxiway A relocation and additional development land. Land is currently being appraised. Purchase will depend on willingness of sellers, FAA funding, and funding grant match by City. • Grant Match Requirements. Future grant matches for FAA Airport Improvement Program (AIP) grants will be a challenge for the City. Congress recently passed new AIP authorization legislation which changes the local grant match from 5% to 10% of project total. Prior to the FAA reauthorization the State of Idaho Airport Aid Program (IAAP) also contributed half of the FAA required local match - resulting in the City's match actually being 2.5% of total project cost. Due to the increase in funding needs as a result of the FAA reauthorization act and a decrease in State tax revenues, the IAAP can no longer provide half the match on behalf of cities. The IAAP will now be providing 31.5% of the match, or 3.15% of the total project. That results in a City match of 6.85% up from 2.5%. For the City of McCall, what was a $50,000 grant match for a $2,000,000 project is now a $137,000 grant match. While this is unfortunate for McCall and all municipalities in Idaho, it is imperative that we find the matching funds in order to maximize our Federal grant opportunity. • Airport Capital Improvement Plan 2014-2018 o Relocate Taxiway "A" (2014) o Rebuild/expand general aviation apron to replace apron lost to taxiway relocation (remove diagonal taxiway) (2015) o Purchase replacement medium capacity snow blower (2016) o Update Airport Master Plan, update Airport Layout Plan, and create Airport Sustainability Plan (2017) o TBD (2018) McCall City Council Regular Meeting January 24, 2013 Page ATTACHMENT 2 ICDBG — Third Street Corridor Revitalization — 2013 Streetscape Improvements Project Schedule (updated 1/24/12j 13 January 28: January 30: January 31: January 31: February 1: February 7: February 19: February 20: February 28: March 1: Early May: June 27: July 9: July 31 Legal Advertisements for Bidding to Star News Final Design Plans Complete Submit encroachment permit to ITD First Advertisement in Star News and AGC Send Final Plans to DOC for review Pre -bid Meeting Open bids, evaluate/negotiate with lowest bidder, prepare recommendation for award Finalize agenda bill for Construction Contract Award, provide to City Clerk. Finalize agenda bills for all major easements (McCall Manor, Ray Woods). Present to City Council and provide recommendation for award. Provide Notice of Award to Contractor Construction Begins!!! Substantial Completion, Construction stops (Thursday before Independence Day Week begins) Resume Construction Final Completion McCall City Council Regular Meeting January 24, 2013