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2013.06.13 Regular MinutesMINUTES McCall City Council Regular Meeting Legion Hall (McCall City Hall - Lower Level) June 13, 2013 Agenda Call to Order and Roll Call Approve the Agenda Reports Committee Minutes Pledge of Allegiance Public Hearing Public Comment Proclamations Business Agenda Consent Agenda Executive Session Open Session Adjournment CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL Mayor Bailey called the regular meeting of the McCall City Council to order at 5:33 p.m. Council Member Aymon, Mayor Bailey, Council Member Scott, Council Member Swanson, and Council Member Witte all answered roll call. City staff present was Gene Drabinski, City Manager, Bill Nichols, City Attorney; Linda Stokes, City Treasurer; Michelle Groenevelt, Community Development Director; Eric McCormick, Golf Superintendent; Dennis Coyle, Parks and Recreation Director; Nathan Coyle, Airport Manager; Delta James. City Planner; Anne Kantola, Library Director; Larry Stokes, Interim Chief of Police; Nathan Stewart, City Engineer; David Simmonds, Information Technology Manager; Carol Coyle, Grant Coordinator; and BessieJo Wagner, City Clerk. APPROVE THE AGENDA'_' Mayor Bailey, with the consent of the Council approved the agenda as submitted. REPORTS Dennis Coyle, Parks and Recreation Director, updated the Council on the status of the volleyball net barrier stating that it was effective. He also updated the Council on the status of the Bear Basin pathways stating that work should start in September; however he was waiting on design review. McCall City Council Regular Meeting June 13, 2013 Page 1 of 12 Nathan Coyle, Airport Manager, updated the Council on the status of possible Airport land acquisition stating that a land survey had been completed and that more information would be provided during the Executive session at the end of the meeting. Michelle Groenevelt, Community Development Director, updated that Council on the ITD Lardo Bridge project, stating that the early stage of the project was going well. She stated that staff would be meeting with ITD regarding the project on the following Monday. Mayor Bailey stated that he had just learned that Spring Mountain Ranch Phase 5 was in escrow, stating that the subdivision had been sold. Eric McCormick, Golf Course Superintendent, updated that Council on the Club house repairs that were ongoing. He also stated that the greens on the course were looking good. Mayor Bailey commented that Alan Morrison had said that there were good sales for the afternoon golf pass and that in general the rounds were very good. Mayor Bailey also commented that Mr. Morrison was looking forward to Jazz festival coming to the Golf Course in August. David Simmonds, Information Systems Manager, updated the Council on the status of the generator for City Hall, stating that a Request for Proposal for the power generator had gone out. Anne Kantola, Library Director, updated the Council on the summer reading program, stating that 120 kids had signed up for the program. She also stated that the Library sponsored a Gadget Garage in which young adults with technical skills showed others how to use the e-book gadgets. Ms. Kantola updated the Council on the Seeds Saving Program stating that the Long Valley Garden Club participated in the program. She explained that the people in the program saved some of their own seeds from their vegetables and shares them with others. Interim Police Chief Stokes updated the Council on the activities of the Police Department stating that there had been an increase in the number of calls. He also stated that the officers were participating in an active shooting training in Cascade. Gene Drabinski, City Manager, updated the Council on the status of the Public Works Department in the absence of the Public Works Director, stating that the team of Nathan Stewart, Cris Malvich, Kraig Newcomb, and Levi Brinkley had really stepped up to the plate to ensure that operations continue. He also stated that Nathan Stewart had been doing a great job of managing the 3rd Street project. Mayor Bailey stated that the Elementary School invited the Council to attend an assembly to honor teacher Lindsey Truxel who was awarded the Presidential Innovation Award for Environmental Educators of which only 11 were awarded in the entire nation. She also received $2000 for the school. The Council received copies of the following: 1. Environmental Advisory Committee — April 16, 2013 2. McCall Centennial Committee — April 3, 2013 3. McCall Improvement Committee — April 18, 2013 4. McCall Improvement Committee — May 9, 2013 5. McCall Redevelopment Agency — April 23, 2013 6. McCall Planning and Zoning Commission — April 2, 2013 McCall City Council Regular Meeting Page 2 of 12 June 13, 2013 7. McCall Planning and Zoning Commission — May 7, 2013 Mayor Bailey led the audience in the Pledge of Allegiance at 6:00 p.m. PUBLIC HEARING AB 13-94 Zoning Ordinance Amendment: Sign design review process Delta James, City Planner, presented the Zoning Ordinance Amendment: Sign design review process. The McCall Area Comprehensive Plan includes an objective that states "Assistance to existing and new businesses is one of the highest priority actions the City can take to protect and nurture the economic base." Ms. James stated that staff recommended this ordinance as a way to support new and existing businesses by providing a reduced timeline for sign design review. Currently, the review timeline for sign design applications by the McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission takes a minimum of three weeks. Staff administrative review of sign applications would reduce this timeline to approximately one week or less, depending on staff work load. The McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission unanimously recommended the zoning ordinance amendment for approval. Mayor Bailey opened the public hearing for a Zoning Ordinance Amendment: Sign design review process at 6:08 pm. Hearing none, Mayor Bailey closed the public hearing for a Zoning Ordinance Amendment: Sign design review process. Council Member Scott moved to suspend the rules, read by title only, one time only Ordinance No. 914, amending Title 3. Council Member Witte seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Scott, Council Member Witte, Council Member Aymon, Mayor Bailey, and Council Member Swanson all voted aye and the motion carried. BessieJo Wagner, City Clerk, read Ordinance 914 by title only one time only: An Ordinance of the City Of McCall, a Municipal Corporation Of The State Of Idaho, Valley County, Idaho Amending McCall City Code Title 3 Chapter 9 Section 9, Sign Permits And Fees And Title 3 Chapter 16 Section 2 Design Review Applicability To Allow For Administrative Review And Approval Of Sign Permits And Providing An Effective Date. Council Member Scott moved Adopt Ordinance No. 914, amending Title 3, 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 Scott, Council Member Swanson, Council Member Aymon, Mayor Bailey, and Council Member Witte all voted aye and the motion carried. AB 13-95 Resolution 13-11 adopting P&Z related fees — reduction of sign design review application fee for signs 15 sq. ft. or less and establishment of a fee for amendments to development agreements Delta James, City Planner, presented 13-95 Resolution 13-11 adopting P&Z related fees — reduction of sign design review application fee for signs 15 sq. ft. or less and establishment of a fee for amendments to development agreements. She stated that Resolution 13-11 reduces the McCall City Council Regular Meeting Page 3 of 12 June 13, 2013 sign design review fee for signs 15 sq. ft. in size or less from $150 to $50 and establishes a $500 fee for amendments to development agreements. Ms. James explained that the intent of the reduction in sign design review fees for small signs was to better align the application review fee for small signs with the cost of fabricating smaller signs and the staff s review time. Hopefully, the fee schedule will provide an incentive for businesses to utilize smaller signs. Ms. James explained that the intent of the establishment of a fee for amendments to development agreements is to compensate for the cost of staff time associated with the negotiation, review, and approval process for development agreement amendments. Mayor Bailey opened the public hearing for Planning & Zoning related fees — reduction of sign design review application fee for signs 15 sq. ft. or less and the establishment of a fee for amendments to development agreements at 6:17 pm. Hearing none, Mayor Bailey closed the public hearing for a Zoning Ordinance Amendment: Sign design review process. Council Member Aymon moved Adopt Resolution 13-11 and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. Council Member Witte seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Scott, Council Member Witte, Council Member Aymon, Mayor Bailey, and Council Member Swanson all voted aye and the motion carried. PUBLIC COMMENT Mayor Bailey called for public comment at 6:18 p.m. Scotty Davenport, McCall Resident, commented on the trash cans and the bears stating that he has never had an issue. He also stated that he felt that any ordinance that comes with the issue of code enforcement needs to be reconsidered because who would pay for the enforcement? He gave the Council a handout with suggestions for an ordinance. Hearing no further comments, Mayor Bailey closed the public comment. PROCLAMATIONS' AB 13-101 Arbor Day Proclamation - 2013 Dennis Coyle, Parks and Recreation Director, presented the Arbor Day Proclamation — 2013. He stated that Arbor Day is celebrated nationally on the last Friday of April and although McCall recognizes Arbor Day at that time the City designates a day in June as their official Arbor Day due to inclement weather typical of April in this area. Mr. Coyle stated that the City would like to celebrate Arbor Day on Thursday, June 20. Council Member Witte moved to approve submission of the 2013 Arbor Day Proclamation and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. Council Member Aymon seconded the motion. In a roll call vote all members voted aye and the motion passed. McCall City Council Regular Meeting June 13, 2013 Page 4 of 12 BUSINESS AGENDA AB 13-103 Golf Advisory Committee Member appointment — Robert Thackeray Eric McCormick, Golf Superintendent, introduced the appointment of Robert Thackeray to the Golf Advisory Committee. The Golf Advisory Committee recommends that Council approve the appointment. There was a consensus of the Council to appoint Robert Thackeray to the Golf Advisory Committee. AB 13-98 Re -appointment of Bill McDonald to the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board Dennis Coyle, Parks and Recreation Director, introduced the re -appointment of Bill McDonald to the Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee. The Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee voted unanimously in favor of Mr. McDonald's re -appointment. Mr. McDonald's appointment will expire June 2016. There was a consensus of the Council to re -appoint Bill McDonald to the Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee to a term to expire June of 2016. AB 13-96 Historic Preservation Commission member appointments Carol Coyle, Grant Coordinator, introduced the appointment of Brian Corcoran and Sandi Hammond to the Historic Preservation Commission. The Commission consists of five members. She stated that currently, there were two active members on the Commission: Marlene Bailey and Jennifer Theisen. Bob Fairbrother recently submitted his resignation because he will be moving from the area. Brian Corcoran and Sandi Hammond previously served on the Commission, but moved from the area. Both have now returned to live in McCall and wish to be reappointed to the Commission. Staff wholeheartedly recommends their reappointment. There was a consensus of the Council to appoint Brian Corcoran and Sandi Hammond to the Historic Preservation Commission to a three year term, expiring in May, 2016. AB 13-102 Boise Office Equipment Agreement for Printer/Copier Lease The failure of 4 or more old printers in the Police Department can be addressed by leasing two relatively inexpensive multifunction printer/copier devices. Currently Police Investigations has no confidential printing/copying capability since the failure of an obsolete printer. City Administration will be replacing a 1998 vintage printer that has been rebuilt several times and is not reliable. The attached agreement has been cleanly reviewed by the City Attorney. Council Member Scott moved to approve the Image Management Agreement with Boise Office Equipment 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, Council Member Aymon, Mayor Bailey, and Council Member Witte all voted aye and the motion passed. McCall City Council Regular Meeting Page 5 of 12 June 13, 2013 AB 13-110 Encroachment Agreement for property at Lot 17, Rio Vista Subdivision for Neil McFeeley and Molly O'Leary Bill Nichols, City Attorney, introduced the Encroachment Agreement for property at Lot 17, Rio Vista Subdivision to Council stating that there had been a the sewer line serving Rio Vista subdivision that was constructed outside the street right of way and went through the middle of many lots. There was no recorded easement or plat note. The Lot owners want to build a second home and instead of an attached garage that would encroach on the line; the PW staff has worked with the owners to come up with a detached garage design that is connected to the home by a removable breezeway constructed over pavers. The modular breezeway can be removed if necessary to allow for maintenance of the sewer line. Council Member Aymon moved to approve the Encroachment Agreement and authorize the Mayor to sign after the agreement has been signed by the property owners and lender consent has been obtained. Council Member Swanson seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Aymon, Council Member Swanson, Mayor Bailey, Council Member Scott, and Council Member Witte all voted aye and the motion passed. AB 13-97 Centennial Committee update to Council and monument plaque criteria approval Lyle Nelson, Co-chair of the Centennial Committee, reported on current fundraising activities, Centennial Plaza construction progress, and provided the Committee's recommendations for commemorative plaque criteria for Council's approval. AB 13-111 Funding for the Chamber of Commerce 4th of July Fireworks (added 6/10/13) At the May 21, 2013 City Council Meeting, Mayor Bailey suggested that the City assist in additional funding for the Chamber of Commerce fireworks display for this 4th of July. Mayor Bailey requested that the Council take formal action regarding the funding for an expenditure of $5000 from the Economic Development support line in the Council budget. Mayor Bailey moved to approve the funding of the Chamber of Commerce fireworks display for this 4th of July, an expenditure of $5000 from the Economic Development support line in the FY13 Council budget. Council Member Scott seconded the motion. In a Voice vote all members voted aye and the motion passed. AB 13-105 Waste Management Code Amendments - Six Ordinances for review and possible adoption In accord with the instructions given at the last council meeting the City Attorney prepared six different ordinances to revise the mandatory cart rental, allow the purchase of carts, and change the penalty provision to allow an offender to avoid penalties by subscribing to the service. 1. The first draft changes 5.08.05 as requested in the drafts of Mayor Bailey and Council Member Swanson. The second has the City Attorney edits to those changes. 2. The third ordinance is a new 5.08.06 that allows for purchase and is Council Member Swanson's draft. The fourth has the City Attorney edits to that new section. 3. The fifth ordinance is the revised penalty section as Council Member Swanson drafted it except for two things. The City Attorney changed the fine back to $300 based on other comments at the meeting, and, it is not a revision to 5.08.07 because that section in Ordinance McCall City Council Regular Meeting Page 6 of 12 June 13, 2013 912 was not a penalty section (that had been 5.08.06) and so instead the City Attorney made it a new 5.08.08. The sixth ordinance is the City Attorney edits to Council Member Swanson's language. Mayor Bailey presented a seventh ordinance for consideration. Mayor Bailey stated that the presented ordinances should be considered in the order of which they had been submitted. He stated that the seventh ordinance was actually the first to have been submitted and that Ordinance #1 was an amendment to the original that he had submitted. Council Member Swanson stated that he, as the sponsor of Ordinance #5, agreed with the recommended changes by Bill Nichols, City Attorney, so Ordinance #6 should be considered; however, Ordinance #5 should not. Council Member Swanson also clarified that the same logic applies to Ordinance #3, stating that Ordinance #4 should be considered and not Ordinance #3. He also clarified that the only Ordinance that did not have a purchase option for containers was Ordinance #7. Mayor Bailey stated that it was his intention to proceed by voting on Ordinance #7. He continued by stating that all of the other amendments revised the same paragraph slightly. Mayor Bailey also stated that it was his understanding that the Council should first adopt Ordinance #7 and then consider the other Ordinances which would amend Ordinance #7. Council Member Witte had clarified that the submitted rate schedule from Lake Shore reflected the prices of services if the amendments are accepted. There was a brief discussion as to the affected rate schedule should the Council choose to allow Lake Shore customers to purchase their own containers. Mayor Bailey stated that there had been sufficient discussion. Mayor Bailey moved to adopt Ordinance #7. There was some confusion as to the process of considering each of the presented ordinances. Bill Nichols suggested that the motion be whether to assign an ordinance number to draft Ordinance #7. If the Council voted to assign a number then they could proceed to read the ordinance and continue the process. If the Council chooses not to vote to assign a number to the draft Ordinance #7 then it would not be considered and the Council would move onto the next draft. It was Mayor Bailey's understanding that each of the draft ordinances, were amendments and not stand alone ordinances, and that the Council would work through each amendment and then whichever one survived would then become the ordinance. Council Member Scott stated that it would then be either #7 or #2, and possibly #4 and #6 for clarity. Mr. Nichols clarified that he was trying to present a process that would assist the Council in deciding which ordinance they would vote on so that ordinance numbers would not be assigned and then the ordinance motion to adopt would fail and then a new number would need to be assigned. Mayor Bailey moved to amend his original motion to adopt Ordinance 915. McCall City Council Regular Meeting Page 7 of 12 June 13, 2013 There continued to be confusion as to the process. After further clarification Mayor Bailey withdrew his motion and made the following motion. Mayor Bailey moved to adopt the amendment to section 5.08.05, draft ordinance #7. The motion did not receive a second so the motion failed. Council Member Witte commented that many members of the public wished to have the purchase option for their container. There was a brief discussion as to the wording and requirement that the purchase option would need to be an approved container. Council Member Scott moved that the Council put forth draft #2 as an amendment to Ordinance 912. Council Member Swanson seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Scott, Council Member Swanson, and Council Member Witte all voted aye, Council Member Aymon and Mayor Bailey voted No and the motion passed. Council Member Scott moved to suspend the rules, read by title only, one time only Ordinance 915. Council Member Swanson seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Scott, Council Member Swanson, and Council Member Witte all voted aye, Council Member Aymon and Mayor Bailey voted No and the motion passed. Ordinance 915 was read by title only, one time only by BessieJo Wagner, City Clerk: An Ordinance of the City of McCall, a Municipal Corporation of the State of Idaho, Valley County, Idaho amending Ordinance No. 912 McCall City Code, to provide for amendments to Title 5 Chapter 8, Section 5, requiring bear -proof containers for all solid waste, garbage, or refuse placed outside a secure enclosed structure, and providing an effective date. Council Member Scott moved to Adopt Ordinance 915. Council Member Swanson seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Scott, Council Member Swanson, and Council Member Witte all voted aye, Council Member Aymon and Mayor Bailey voted No and the motion passed. The Council then considered draft Ordinance #4. Council Member Witte made a correction to the last sentence deleting the word "to". Council Member Swanson moved to adopt the amended language of 5.08.06 as corrected by Council Member Witte. Council Member Witte seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Swanson, Council Member Witte, and Council Member Scott all voted aye, Council Member Aymon and Mayor Bailey voted No and the motion passed. Council Member Swanson moved to suspend the rules, read by title only, one time only Ordinance 916. Council Member Scott seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Swanson, Council Member Scott, and Council Member Witte all voted aye, Council Member Aymon and Mayor Bailey voted No and the motion passed. Ordinance 916 was read by title only, one time only by BessieJo Wagner, City Clerk: an Ordinance of the City of McCall, a Municipal Corporation of the State of Idaho, Valley County, Idaho repealing Section 6 of Title 5 Chapter 8 penalties of McCall City Ordinance No. 912 and McCall City Council Regular Meeting Page 8 of 12 June 13, 2013 re-enacting a new Section 6 of Title 5 Chapter 8 right to purchase container of McCall City Code Title 5 Chapter 8 Section 6 and providing an effective date. Council Member Swanson moved to adopt Ordinance 916. Council Member Scott Council Member Scott seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Swanson, Council Member Scott, and Council Member Witte all voted aye, Council Member Aymon and Mayor Bailey voted No and the motion passed. The Council then considered draft Ordinance #6. There was some discussion to clarify the language in the penalty section. Council Member Swanson moved to adopt the language in the amendment to section 5.08.8, draft #6. Mayor Bailey seconded the motion. Council Member Scott moved to amend the language in draft #6 pursuant to staff recommendation #3: The last sentence that currently states: Any person convicted of a first offense of violating 5.08.05 shall be entitled to an abatement of these penalties if such person subscribes to Solid Waste collection services from the Approved Solid Waste Management Contractor not later than fifteen (15) days after entry of guilty plea or finding of guilt by court or jury, or before sentencing, whichever shall occur first. Be modified to state: Any person convicted of a first offense of violating 5.08.05 shall be entitled to an abatement of these penalties if such person purchases an approved bear - proof cart or subscribes to Solid Waste collection services from the Approved Solid Waste Management Contractor not later than fifteen (15) days after entry of guilty plea or finding of guilt by court or jury, or before sentencing, whichever shall occur first. Council Member Witte seconded the motion. Mayor Bailey called for a voice vote on the amendment to the motion, all members voted aye, and the motion carried. Mayor Bailey called for a voice vote on the main motion as amended, all members voted aye, and the motion carried. Council Member Scott moved to suspend the rules, read by title only, one time only Ordinance 917. Council Member Swanson seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Scott, Council Member Swanson, Council Member Aymon, Mayor Bailey, and Council Member Witte all voted aye and the motion passed. Ordinance 917 was read by title only, one time only by BessieJo Wagner, City Clerk: an Ordinance of the City of McCall, a Municipal Corporation of the State of Idaho, Valley County, Idaho providing for a new Section 8 to the McCall City Code to be known as Penalties of Section 8 Title 5 Chapter 8 and providing an effective date. Council Member Scott moved to adopt Ordinance 917. Council Member Swanson seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Scott, Council Member Swanson, Council Member Aymon, Mayor Bailey, and Council Member Witte all voted aye and the motion passed. McCall City Council Regular Meeting Page 9 of 12 June 13, 2013 AB 13-107 Discussion about a Local Improvement District (LID) on Third Street Mayor Bailey requested a discussion about the idea of a LID to continue street improvements from Colorado Street south on Third Street, similar to the Third Street Improvement Project underway. A memo from Mayor Bailey outlining his timeline to direct staff to commence the LID process as required by State Statute was distributed to the Council. Mayor Bailey presented the history of events that prompted this item to come before Council, stating that the work that needed to be done on Woody Woodworth's project and Mr. Woodworth stating that he did not have the funding to complete his project. Mayor Bailey then described the process of developing an LID and the possible costs to the City. Mayor Bailey presented the properties next to and adjacent to Mr. Woodworth's property that may be used for the LID. He posed the question as to whether the Council would be interested in proceeding with the LID process. He also noted that there would be costs to the City upfront. Mayor Bailey commented on the bonding process and the current interest rates. He also stated that the process would not relieve the property owner of their obligation to do the project it only assist with the funding being paid over time. Mayor Bailey stated his question again to the Council as to whether to start the process. He also stated that he would be willing to assist with the process. Council Member Aymon wanted to know from the staff their position on starting such a project. Michelle Groenevelt, Community Development Director, stated that from a staff perspective, the time associated with this process, design and project management is significant and complex. She also stated that staff would like the opportunity to evaluate the Third Street Project and how much time staff allocated to the project and what that work looked like. She stated that would give a good indicator as to the cost of doing a large project. Michelle Groenevelt also stated that staff would need to plan to modify existing work plans and allocate staff resources if the Council identified this project as the top priority. Michelle Groenevelt also pointed out that if this project rises above those projects identified in the Capital Improvement Plan, staff recommends the affected property owners should be engaged in the conversation prior to embarking with the legal requirement even though LIDs can be imposed without property owners' consent. It should be noted that there are a few property owners who have conceptually supported the concept of a LID and several others who have expressed opposition to the idea. Michelle Groenevelt also noted that while the LID is one tool for funding capital projects, the City Manager is working with a PHD Student from the Public Administration department at BSU who will identify and present to the Council all of the funding tools available to accomplish capital projects. Gene Drabinski, City Manager, presented the prospect of working with the student from BSU, Cameron Ariel, on the Capital Improvement plan to include funding opportunities. Mayor Bailey stated that the LID process did not require a public hearing or even approval from the property owners. The purpose is that property owners could share cost to improve their property. There was no direction to staff by Council. McCall City Council Regular Meeting Page 10 of 12 June 13, 2013 AB 13-108 Discussion and Direction Regarding Funding for Capital Improvements It has been identified that there are significant capital improvement projects the need to be done in the City of McCall. Mayor Bailey requested that the Council engage in a discussion regarding the funding opportunities for Capital Improvements, including street repairs and paving, sidewalks, new buildings, etc. Raising the property tax by 3% each year seems to barely keep up with inflation and perhaps fund a few small projects. Mayor Bailey proposed two alternative paths available for the City to raise revenue sufficient to fund the various and many capital needs. One path to present to the voters was a proposal for the approval of a general obligation bond. Another is to present to the voters another type of Local Option Tax funding with an increase in sales tax. It was proposed to seriously consider either of the two methods described and present at least one to the voters at the November election. Mayor Bailey gave a brief explanation of each funding option. He spoke of what he thought were pros and cons and in his opinion the best option to consider was the Local Option Sales Tax. There was no Council discussion or direction. CONSENT AGENDA Staff recommended approval of the following items: 1. AB 13-109 Request to waive the Noise Ordinance for a Wedding at the Golf Course 2. AB 13-100 Chamber of Commerce July 4, 2013 Celebration 3. AB 13-99 Sabala Foundation Fireworks Display 4. AB 13-104 Surplus Property — Resolutionl3-12 5. Warrant Registers 6. Payroll Report for Period ending March 1, 2013 Council Member Swanson moved to approve the Consent Agenda as presented. 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. EXECUTIVE SESSION At 8:30 p.m., Mayor Bailey moved to go into Executive Session for: • Land Acquisition — Pursuant to Idaho Code §67-2345(1)(c) To conduct deliberations concerning labor negotiations or to acquire an interest in real property which is not owned by a public agency. Council Member Aymon seconded the motion. In a roll call vote, Mayor Bailey, Council Member Aymon, Council Member Scott, Council Member Swanson, and Council Member Witte all voted aye and the motion carried. The Council discussed land acquisition related to the airport. McCall City Council Regular Meeting Page 11 of 12 June 13, 2013 RETURN TO OPEN SESSION At 9:25 p.m., Mayor Bailey moved to return to Open Session. Council Member Scott seconded the motion. In a voice call vote, all voted aye and the motion carried. Unrelated to the executive session, Gene Drabinski, City Manager, stated that Jim McNall from ICRMP would come to share options for the Payette Lakes Recreational Water and Sewer District and City Council to work together at a joint meeting on July 26, 2013 at 1:00 pm. ADJOURNMENT Without further business, the Mayor adjourned the meeting at 9:35 p.m. otismisilifi ATTEST: = n • • • a BessieJo Wa, City d erk "m"'o 'Donald C. Bailey, Mayor McCall City Council Regular Meeting Page 12 of 12 June 13, 2013