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2013.02.28 Regular MinutesMINUTES McCall City Council Regular Meeting Legion Hall (McCall City Hall - Lower Level) February 28, 2013 Agenda Call to Order and Roll Call Approve the Agenda Work Session Pledge of Allegiance 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 5:30 p.m. Mayor Bailey, Council Member Swanson, and Council Member Witte all answered roll call. Council Member Aymon and Council Member Scott were absent. City staff present was Gene Drabinski, City Manager; Bill Nichols, City Attorney; Linda Stokes, City Treasurer; Eric McCormick, Golf Superintendent; Michelle Groenevelt, Community Development Director; Peter Borner, Public Works Director; Dennis Coyle, Parks and Recreation Director; Nathan Stewart, City Engineer; Delta James, City Planner; and BessieJo Wagner, City Clerk. APPROVE THE AGENDA ' Mayor Bailey with the consent of the Council approved the agenda as submitted. WORK SESSION Council Member Scott joined the meeting at 5:39 AB 13-43 Waste Management Code Amendment During the process of selecting a solid waste provider for the City of McCall, it was identified that a code amendment would be necessary to establish regulations regarding solid waste removal. The purpose of this work session is to review and approve the solid waste and recycling timeline, and review the attached draft ordinance. McCall City Council Regular Meeting February 28, 2013 Page 1 of 9 At the February 14, 2013 City Council Meeting, Council requested that the three Waste Management Providers who submitted proposals review the draft code amendment and provide feedback should there be any provisions of the proposed code amendment that would prohibit their company from providing waste management services to McCall. Emmett Sanitation and Lakeshore Disposal responded with feedback for Council review. Mayor Bailey called out two issues with the proposed amendment. He stated that it did not provide for interrupted service and how the amendment might affect the impact area. Mayor Bailey would like the impact area to be consistent with city and require bear -proof containers. BessieJo Wagner, City Clerk, stated that staff recommended that much of what was being proposed in the code amendment be pared down and addressed during contract negotiations with the contractor. She stated that the code amendment could be more simplified to address whether service and bear -proof containers be mandatory, and the contract would address issues like hours of service and operating procedures. Mayor Bailey stated that there had been a question regarding the exclusive franchise contract. He stated that in his opinion the contract or code amendment should not prevent other businesses from contracting with an individual or company to remove yard waste. He clarified that the contract would be exclusive for household and business solid waste collection. Mayor Bailey stated that the other issue is regarding mandatory pickup. He stated that originally he was opposed to the idea of mandatory service; however after giving it much thought and seeing that there were other communities with bear issues that had made service mandatory, he realized that unless it was mandatory for everyone there would not be any assurance that bears would not be a problem. Council Member Scott commented that she agreed that the provision that requires the equipment be less than 10 years old was arbitrary and unnecessary. She also agreed that an earlier start time where appropriate was acceptable. There was general consensus from the Council that a 5:00 am start time for commercial and a 6:00 am start time for residential was reasonable. Council Member Scott also commented that to simplify the code so that the details are in the contract between the City and the contractor and not in the code was a good idea. She also stated that she is not convinced that mandatory service is the way to go. Bill Nichols, City Attorney, clarified franchises and franchise fees as it related to solid waste removal. He stated that franchise fees did not have to be tied to service and the fees differ from place to place depending on the terms of the agreement. The fee is placed on the hauler, for exclusivity, who then passes the fee onto the customer. Mr. Nichols also stated that with an exclusive, mandatory service, there would be some code enforcement time needed to ensure that people do not contract separately to have their solid waste hauled off by different vendor. There was some additional discussion regarding franchise fees and what percent could be charged. It was suggested that the franchise fees would be discussed during contract development. McCall City Council Regular Meeting Page 2 of 9 February 28, 2013 Mayor Bailey identified that there was some question regarding the Exclusion Chapter. He suggested that the code should state that it is the City's intention to only contract with one vendor to haul solid waste. He also stated that the exclusivity would be built into the contract. Bill Nichols clarified that if solid waste service is mandatory then the code needs to specify that mandate. He also clarified that the code needs to be clear that the only vendor allowed for solid waste removal services is the vendor that the City chooses to contract with. The code needs to be specific enough that the City could enforce the prevention of another hauler from hauling solid waste out of the City. Mr. Nichols also clarified that if there were exception such as tree removal, yard debris, or construction waste, the code needs to be clear. Council Member Swanson stated that he thought that the exceptions called out by Mr. Nichols are very important to consider. Council Member Swanson suggested that "items excluded from city collection" should have its own section more than what is in the definition items. Council Member Swanson also addressed the concern of two of the vendors that the City would have two franchisees potentially, one for solid waste collection, and a separate one for recyclable collection. He stated that if collection is going to be mandatory for everyone then the contract should be exclusive for both solid waste and recyclables. However, if collection is not mandatory then there should be a provision for a separate vendor to have the option to pick up recyclables. Council Member Witte stated that she would like to know "Is recycling environmentally effective and beneficial?" She stated that it seems as though a lot of energy would be expended to pick up the recycling from every home and then haul it away to a separate location. Mr. Nichols stated that by having recycling it does reduce the amount of trash that goes into landfills. Council Member Witte stated that she did not see in the code where it specifically stated that someone could not leave trash in a non waste collection provider container. She stated that if the City is going to require bear proof containers then it should be clear that only containers provided by the approved waste collection provider should be allowed. Council Member Witte stated that there should be options for frequency of pickup for the subscriber. She also stated that would probably be a contract issue, not a code issue. Council Member Witte would also like additional information regarding recycling prior to making any kind of a decision regarding recyclable trash pickup. Mayor Bailey led the audience in the Pledge of Allegiance at 6:17 p.m. PUBLIC COMMENT Mayor Bailey called for public comment at 6:18 p.m. Hearing no comments, Mayor Bailey closed the public comment period. McCall City Council Regular Meeting February 28, 2013 Page 3 of 9 BUSINESS AGENDA AB 13-42 Solid Waste Management Selection of a Provider Michelle Groenevelt, Community Development Director, presented the Selection of a Provider for Solid Waste Management item to Council. The City of McCall received three proposals in response to the Request for Proposals for Solid Waste and Recycling services within the City of McCall from Lake Shore Disposal, Republic Services, and Emmett Sanitation. Staff compiled the information that summarize the service and pricing for comparable services for (1) residential refuse, (2) residential recycling, and (3) commercial refuse and recycling. This information and a staff memo were presented at the February 14, 2013 Council Meeting, which all the providers were present to answer any clarifying questions from the proposals. The City Council requested a staff recommendation and some additional information which has been provided to Council. After extensive review of all the proposals, it was recommended that the Council direct staff to begin the negotiation process with Lakeshore Disposal for the following reasons: • Offers the lowest pricing for residential refuse with the same type of current service. • Offers the most services for residential refuse and recycling. • Mandatory and subscription commercial service has the same pricing. • Community survey indicated the public was satisfied with Lake Shore's service. Mayor Bailey questioned whether the Council was ready to make a decision and whether the city wants to contract separately or continue with the County. He posed the question as to whether there was any benefit to the City by having a separate contract. He also stated that the County did not have a requirement for bear -proof containers. Michelle Groenevelt stated that the City was much more urban and has a different set of needs than the County. She also stated that staff saw the opportunity to not only bear -proof the City but also provide additional services to the citizens of McCall. Ms Groenevelt introduced the timeline which shows the contract development and code development happening simultaneously. Council Member Swanson commented that Lake Shore Disposal only reflected one price for commercial and asked for clarification from Everette Arter of Lake Shore Disposal. Mr. Arter clarified that the pricing reflected a monthly charge for a once a week pickup for commercial. Council Member Swanson also stated that while he understands the need for a timeline, he did not think that a month or two without bear -proof containers was an issue as the Council was in the process of making a decision that would last for a decade. He stated that he did not feel that there was yet a consensus from the Council as to whether service would be mandatory or subscription and whether or not service would include recyclable pickup. Council Member Swanson stated that based on the proposals the decision the Council makes in regard to mandatory service and recyclable pickup would determine which provider the Council would choose. Michelle Groenevelt clarified that staff thought that during the negotiations process, two options would be brought forward: 1) a Subscription option and 2) a mandatory option, both would include pricing. She stated that after those were presented then Council would make their determination of subscription or mandatory service. McCall City Council Regular Meeting Page 4 of 9 February 28, 2013 Council Member Swanson's concern was that if the Council chose to move forward with one provider then they may lose the opportunity at better pricing with another provider. Gene Drabinski stated that Council Member Aymon had requested that he meet with Lake Shore Disposal to find out if they could lower their price on recycling. He stated that he did not think that was appropriate until the Council made a decision on which provider to move forward with. Mr. Drabinski also stated that when negotiations start there would be room for negotiations of pricing as well as other services. He continued by stating that those negotiations cannot begin until a decision is made by Council as to which provider they choose to move forward with. Council Member Witte had a question as to the on -call service for both waste and recycling and what did it mean as far as pricing and frequency of service. It was clarified that the price reflected was per pickup. Council Member Witte was in favor of moving forward with Lake Shore Disposal. Council Member Scott agreed with Council Member Witte. She also stated that she appreciated all the proposals and the different innovated ways to deal with solid waste collection. Council Member Swanson moved to direct staff to negotiate with Lakeshore Disposal for a contract for solid waste and recycling services for the City of McCall. Council Member Witte seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Swanson, Mayor Bailey, Council Member Scott, and Council Member Witte all voted aye and the motion passed. AB 13-37 Local Option Tax (LOT) Commission Member Appointment - Carolyn Trino BessieJo Wagner, City Clerk, presented the member appointment of Carolyn Trino to the Local Option Tax (LOT) Commission. McCall City Code 4.12.6 requires the City Council to appoint seven members, comprised of two members of different City Advisory Committees, one senior citizen representative, two representatives from businesses in McCall, and two at -large City residents to a Local Option Tax (LOT) Commission. The members of the LOT Commission have the responsibility to develop annual budgets and make specific recommendations for the use of the local -option, non -property tax revenues derived from the collected taxes. The LOT Commission will annually host at least one public meeting prior to making its recommendation to the City Council for the budget for the upcoming fiscal year. There is currently one vacancy for the Local Option Tax Commission for a representative of a City Advisory Committee. The vacancy was submitted to all members of City Committees, Commissions, and Boards. There was Consensus from the Council to appoint Carolyn Trino to the Local Option Tax Commission to a term to expire December 31, 2018. Environmental Advisory Committee (EAC) Member Appointment — Brian Brooks Delta James, City Planner, presented the member appointment of Brian Brooks to the Environmental Advisory Committee. The mission of the Environmental Advisory Committee (EAC) to the City of McCall is to identify and promote a unifying policy of objectives for environmental stewardship and sustainability within the City of McCall Departments and the community. McCall City Council Regular Meeting Page 5 of 9 February 28, 2013 The EAC consists of six members serving three year terms, and a high school representative. The term of Cindy Miller has expired and she has chosen not to be considered for re -appointment. There was Consensus from the Council to appoint Brian Brooks to the Environmental Advisory Committee to a term to expire February, 2016. AB 13-33 Artwork Donation Agreement — "Stalactites" by Zella Bardsley Delta James, City Planner, presented the Artwork Donation Agreement — "Stalactites" by Zella Bardsley to Council. The McCall Public Art Policies, adopted by resolution 12-13, require City Council approval of acceptance of public artworks into the City of McCall public art collection. At its December 19, 2012 meeting, the Public Art Advisory Committee reviewed the donation proposal and recommended that Council approve acceptance of the steel sculpture by Zella Bardsley called "Stalactites" that is currently located within Legacy Park. At its January 10, 2013 meeting, City Council approved acceptance of the donated artwork. The Artwork Donation Agreement, developed by City staff and the City Attorney, formalizes the artwork donation to transfer ownership of the artwork to the City of McCall. The donating artist has reviewed and approved the agreement. Council Member Witte moved to authorize the Mayor to sign the Artwork Donation Agreement for donated artwork "Stalactites" by Zella Bardsley. Council Member Scott seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Witte, Council Member Scott, Mayor Bailey, and Council Member Swanson all voted aye and the motion passed. AB 13-39 Mill Street Parking Lot Transfer of Ownership from the McCall Redevelopment Agency (MRA) to the City of McCall Michelle Groenevelt, Community Development Director, presented the Transfer of Ownership of the Mill Street Parking Lot from the McCall Redevelopment Agency (MRA) to the City of McCall. The McCall Redevelopment Agency improved the parking area on Mill Street with paving, stormwater, and landscaping improvements as part of the Legacy Park and 2010 Improvement urban renewal projects. The project has been completed for some time but there were warranty issues and construction drawings needed before the transfer could occur. These issues have been satisfied. At the February 21, 2012 MRA meeting, the board approved the transfer of property. Council Member Scott moved to approve the Assignment of Interest for the transfer of the Mill Street parking lot from McCall Redevelopment Agency to the City of McCall and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. Council Member Swanson seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Scott, Council Member Swanson, Mayor Bailey, and Council Member Witte all voted aye and the motion passed. AB 13-38 Golf Advisory Committee Annual Report Bob Giles, Committee Member, presented Council with the Golf Advisory Committee's annual report. Attachment 1 Council expressed their appreciation of the Golf Course Advisory Committee. McCall City Council Regular Meeting Page 6 of 9 February 28, 2013 AB 13-34 Fiscal Year 12 Audit Report presented by Bobby Lawrence, Partner, Eide Bailly, LLP Bobby Lawrence, a partner with Eide Bailly, LLP, presented their annual report for the fiscal year ended September 30, 2012. Mr. Lawrence discussed the audit documents with the Council and answered questions during the process. The City received a clean audit, with no problems identified. Mr. Lawrence pointed out that this year the auditors completed only three journal entries — accounting steps to ensure that the financial statements are accurate. Mr. Lawrence expressed appreciation of the work of City Treasurer, Linda Stokes. AB 13-35 Resolution 13-09 Idaho Transportation Department Cooperative Agreement for Fiscal Year 13 District 3 Intersection Improvements on State Highway 55 Peter Borner, Public Works Director, presented to Council Resolution 13-09 to authorize the Mayor to enter into, on behalf of the City of McCall, a Cooperative Agreement between the City of McCall and The Idaho Transportation Board for FY13 District 3 Intersection Improvements on SH-55. The Idaho Transporation Department, District 3 is providing supplemental funding (up to $60,000) for McCall's Third Street Corridor Revitalization Project: Sidewalk and Streetscape Improvements, Spring 2013. This funding will specifically pay for construction costs associated with extending the center -turn lane through the Colorado and SH-55 interesection, as well as lane striping throughout the entire project. Without this funding, the center -lane would end north of Colorado Street. Council Member Swanson moved to approve Resolution 13-09 authorizing the Mayor to enter into, on behalf of the City of McCall, a Cooperative Agreement between the City of McCall and The Idaho Transportation Board for FY13 D3 Intersection Improvements on SH-55. Council Member Witte seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Swanson, Council Member Witte, Mayor Bailey, and Council Member Scott all voted aye and the motion passed. AB 13-40 Third Street Corridor Revitalization Project Sidewalk and Streetscape Improvements, Spring 2013 Peter Borner, Public Works Director, and Nathan Stewart, City Engineer, presented the Third Street Corridor Revitalization Project Sidewalk and Streetscape Improvements contract for the spring of 2013 to Council. This project is the 2nd Phase of the 3rd Street Corridor Revitalization Project and will include the construction of: 1. Curb, gutter, sidewalk, stormwater, trees, and lights along west side of SH-55 between Colorado and Washington 2. Curb, gutter, sidewalk, stormwater, trees, and lights along west side of SH-55 between Washington Street and Park Street (Mountain Lakes Real Estate) 3. Grading and re -vegetation improvements to Ray Woods property 4. Access control and shared driveway approaches for adjoining property owners 5. Bike lanes and on -street parking 6. Extension of center -turn lane to south of Colorado/3rd Street intersection This infrastructure will complete the proposed improvements as part of the Idaho Community Development Block Grant (ICDBG-12-11-16). Formal bidding was conducted during February and all bids were opened on February 19, 2013. Granite Excavation is the apparent low bidder. A summary of the process was distributed to Council and is attached as Attachment 2. McCall City Council Regular Meeting Page 7 of 9 February 28, 2013 Council Member Witte moved to approve the award of contract to Granite Excavation, Inc. for the Third Street Corridor Revitalization Project, Sidewalk, and Streetscape Improvements, and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. Council Member Swanson seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Witte, Council Member Swanson, Mayor Bailey, and Council Member Scott all voted aye and the motion passed. AB 13-36 Contract Renewal with Horrocks Engineers for General Engineering Services Peter Borner, Public Works Director, presented the Contract Renewal with Horrocks Engineers for General Engineering Services to Council. In 2011 the City advertised a Request for Statements of Qualifications (RFQ) for general engineering services. After a lengthy selection process, the selection committee unanimously recommended a team led by Horrocks Engineers of Nampa. This team consists of Horrocks Engineers, SPF Water Engineering, Crestline Engineers, Secesh Engineering, Strata Geotech and Control Engineers. In the past eighteen months, the Horrocks Engineering team has succesfully completely a number of projects, among some of which are the the Pavement Management Analysis, Lift Station 7 Design, the I&I Study, the Club Hill Boulevard design and the Third Street Revitilaztion Project. Of the thirteen projects assigned, eight were specifically budgeted. All work to date has been done on time and within budget. Mr. Borner also provided an analysis of the different projects that have either been completed or in progress with Horrocks Engineering and the associated costs for review by Council. Council Member Swanson moved to approve the contract renewal with Horrocks Engineers 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 Witte, Mayor Bailey, and Council Member Scott all voted aye and the motion passed. AB 13-41 Design and Plan an Effective, Responsive Council/Manager Government Seminar Discussion Gene Drabinski, City Manager, presented the Design and Plan an Effective, Responsive Council/Manager Government Seminar Discussion to Council. The City of McCall is currently without a comprehensive collection of governance principles, policies, procedures, and standards of conduct for the Council / Manager Form of Governance. This lack has the potential to lead to vague, ambiguous and confusing understanding of roles, responsibilities and decision making for doing the City's business. Many Cities are in this situation, and progressive Cities have found ways to gain clarity, establish written City Governance Policies, Procedures and Guidelines. These have proven invaluable not only for current Councils and Managers, but as a means of smoothly integrating new Council Members and City Managers. Stan McNutt, a native of Payette, and currently retired resident of St. Maries, has visited McCall, met with the City Manager, and proposes roughly a 28 hour engagement leading to the building of a strong Council / Manager working relationship. McCall City Council Regular Meeting Page 8 of 9 February 28, 2013 Mr. Drabinski requested that the Council appoint a 2-person Council Committee to explore this opportunity and propose a recommendation at the March 14, 2013 Council meeting. Council Member Swanson volunteered and there was general consensus from the Council to include Council Member Aymon to interview and bring a recommendation to the rest of the Council on March 14, 2013. CONSENT AGENDA Staff recommended approval of the following items: 1. Regular Council Minutes — October 25, 2012 2. Regular Council Minutes — November 8, 2012 3. Warrant Registers 4. Payroll Report for Period ending January 4, 2013 5. Alcohol and Catering Licenses Activity Report A brief discussion took place regarding the Warrant Register. Council Member Witte moved to approve the Consent Agenda. Council Member Swanson seconded the motion. In a Voice vote all voted aye and the motion carried. ADJOURNMENT Without further business, the Mayor adjourned the meeting at 8:01 p.m. Donald C. Bailey, Mayor ATTEST: BessieJo Wa: , City C ~ k McCall City Council Regular Meeting February 28, 2013 Page 9 of 9 ATTACHMENT 1 Annual Report to McCall City Council Golf Course Advisory Committee February 28, 2013 The McCall Golf Course opened in May with ice damage to numerous greens. In spite of early season conditions, rounds played increased by 3,000. Overall Operations best performance ever, net loss down to $15k. I. Positive Notes: Head PGA Professional's Performance Superintendent's Performance LOT Funding Head PGA Professional — a lot of golfers are playing at the McCall Course, eating at the restaurant, and enjoying the overall experience. Restaurant operation continues to grow its year round business. 1. Green fees for 2013 are recommended to stay at same rate as 2012. Goal is to keep revenue in line with costs — break even. 2. Total number of golf rounds played increased from 21k in 2011 to 24k in 2012. 3. Restaurant business has continued to improve over the previous year. The chef and staff are experienced and are planning on returning this year. Continuity of staff is a benefit to the overall clubhouse operation. The restaurant is open most of the year to improve utilization of the clubhouse and provide affordable dining options to the community. 4. All tournaments were either full or strongly attended. Staff received numerous compliments. There is a waiting list for all of the men's tournaments. 5. The Head Pro and advisory committee continue to have an excellent working relationship. 6. Head PGA contract has been renewed and approved by City Council. 1 McCall City Council Regular Meeting February 28, 2013 ATTACHMENT 1 Superintendent — Fully staffed, within the budget, highly motivated crew produced noticeable improvements to the golf course. 1. Progress towards Audubon Certification ---- Old underground fuel tanks have been dug up and removed. Representatives from Idaho Petroleum and DEQ were present to oversee their removal. No leaks were found and we were given a positive rating. 2. Due to challenging winter conditions, several greens had significant ice damage. Staff had to clear greens in April, reseed, and in cases resod greens, including the practice green. (See Pictures 1-3) 3. Renovation and upgrade of Pro Shop stairs and outside decking. Expands outside seating, improves traffic flow, and upgrades overall safety of facility. (See Pictures 4 and 5) LOT Funding — more dollars invested in the golf course. 1. Advisory Committee is very appreciative of the dollars provided by LOT. 2. We continue to seek up to $30k in LOT funds, to continue upgrading our equipment and overall operations. 3. New and/or used equipment purchased with previous LOT dollars are now in use. II. Challenges: - Mother Nature — Winter conditions and resulting ice buildup. - Balancing the need for course improvement projects with a modest budget. - Economy continues to be slow. Golfers are looking for value. III. Summary: Visitors to our golf course have increasingly been complimentary about the health of the course and quality of their experience. The restaurant and clubhouse improvements continue to benefit visitors and our community. The dedication of the professionals and staff is appreciated and noticed by the golfing community. The golf course advisory committee appreciates the value the City Council has placed on supporting this valuable amenity. This continued support for McCall's Municipal Golf Course has greatly contributed to its business success and overall contribution to the community. Annual Committee Report Submitted by Robert S. Giles Golf Course Advisory Committee, Vice Chairman 2 McCall City Council Regular Meeting February 28, 2013 ATTACHMENT Pictures of Course Operations Picture 1 — Snow Removal Picture 2 — Reseeding 3 McCall City Council Regular Meeting February 28, 2013 ATTACHMENT Picture 3 — Resodding Picture 4 — Pro Shop Realignment & Deck Expansion, in progress 4 McCall City Council Regular Meeting February 28, 2013 ATTACHMENT 1 Picture #5 — Realignment & Expansion Complete 5 McCall City Council Regular Meeting February 28, 2013 AB 13-40 Contract Award for: Third Street Corridor Revitalization Project (ICDBG-12-III-16-ED) SIDEWALK AND STREETSCAPE IMPROVEMENTS — SPRING 2013 1. Project Summary: a. Curb, gutter, sidewalk, stormwater, trees, and lights along west side of SH-55 between Colorado and Washington b. Curb, gutter, sidewalk, stormwater, trees, and lights along west side of SH-55 between Washington Street and Park Street (Mountain Lakes Real Estate) c. Grading and revegetation improvements to Ray Woods property d. Access control and shared driveway approaches for adjoining property owners e. Bike lanes and on -street parking f. Extension of center -turn lane south of Colorado/3rd Street intersection 2. Invitations to bid were provided to thirteen (13) regional contractors. 3. Four (4) bid proposals were received. 4. City staff reviewed all bids and confirmed that Granite Excavation, Inc. was the legitimate lowest bidder for all base bids and bid alternatives. 5. Staff negotiated a final Contract Amount including all base bid and bid alternatives: $593,981.99 6. Subcontractors: Concrete - Cornerstone Construction, Donnelly, ID Landscaping - High Mountain Nursery, McCall, ID Traffic Control - Coulter & Company, Donnelly, ID Electrical - AME Electric, Inc., Caldwell, ID 7. Construction funding for the project will be provided as follows: i.-$350,000 - Idaho Community Development Block Grant funding ii.-$70,000 - City of McCall Utility Franchise Fee Fund iii. $60,000 - Idaho Transportation Department iv. $50,000 - McCall Local Option Tax Fund v.-$45,000 - City of McCall Streets Department Fund vi.-$10,000 - City of McCall Water Department Fund vii.-$16,000 - Federal Transportation Agency Grant Fund viii. $5,000 - McCall Improvement Committee 8. RECOMMMENDATION TO COUNCIL: a. Authorize City staff to issue a Notice of Award to Granite Excavation, Inc. b. Authorize the Mayor to sign/execute the proposed contract provided Granite Excavation meets and executes their requirements of the Contract documents and project specifications.