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2013.09.26 Regular MeetingMINUTES McCall City Council Regular Meeting Legion Hall (McCall City Hall - Lower Level) September 26, 2013 Agenda Call to Order and Roll Call Approve the Agenda Work Session Pledge of Allegiance Public Hearing Public Comment Presentation Business Agenda Consent Agenda Adj ournment CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL Mayor Bailey called the regular meeting of the McCall City Council to order at 5:30 p.m. Council Member Aymon, Mayor Bailey, Council Member Scott, and Council Member Swanson all answered roll call. Council Member Witte was absent. City staff present was Gene Drabinski, City Manager, Bill Nichols, City Attorney; Linda Stokes, City Treasurer; Michelle Groenevelt, Community Development Director; Peter Borner, Public Works Director; Cris Malvich, Streets Superintendent; Traci Malvich, Human Resources Manager; Dennis Coyle, Parks and Recreation Director; Larry Stokes, Interim Chief of Police; Eric McCormick, Golf Course Superintendent; Delta James, City Planner; Kurt Wolf, Parks Supervisor; Nathan Stewart, City Engineer; and BessieJo Wagner, City Clerk. Public Works employees present were John Lewinski, Kurt Mohler, Larry Swift, Sissy Wallace, Donnie Fain, Levi Brinkley, Wayne Swanson, Lonnie King, Stacey Lafay, Matt Dellwo, Richard Bauer, and Russell Dean. Council Member Witte joined the meeting at 5:34 p.m. APPROVE THE AGENDA Mayor Bailey, with the consent of the Council approved the agenda as submitted. WORK SESSION AB 13-176 Joint City of McCall-PLRWSD Wastewater Operations & Maintenance Peter Borner, Public Works Director, presented the proposed joint City of McCall-PLRWSD Wastewater Operations & Maintenance agreement. He stated that the Wastewater Joint Working Group (PLRWSD & City of McCall) has been meeting weekly since early August to discuss McCall City Council Regular Meeting Page 1 of 11 September 26, 2013 ways to develop a joint operational structure for the operations and maintenance of both the PLRWSD and the City of McCall's wastewater systems. Mr. Borner stated that these discussions have led to the development of a broad structural framework that could address issues related to both the PLRWSD and City of McCall's wastewater systems. The basis of this framework would be to place the Operations, Maintenance, and Capital Improvements under one operational head with dual oversight between the PLRWSD (referred to as the District) and the City of McCall. Council Member Swanson distributed a memo to Council regarding the proposed organizational chart, Attachment 1. Mayor Bailey asked what the purpose of the proposal was. Council Member Swanson stated that the intent was to create a better working relationship between the two agencies. He stated that the two agencies have very similar functions and that each agency has a lot of expertise and it would be in the best interest of both agencies to work together. Council Member Aymon expressed concerns regarding the draft organizational chart presented. Peter Borner addressed the concern stating that the district has a relationship with the farmers and feels that the relationship with the farmers should stay with the District. He explained how issues could affect both entities that if streamlined it could improve communications and look at both as a complete sewer system as each entity would work together. Gene Drabinski stated the District Board voted unanimously to move forward with a MOU with the City to combine efforts to be effective in the spring. Council Member Aymon stated that they were talking about public infrastructure and the City needed to be aware of that. Council Member Swanson explained that the MOU would be in the best interest of the constituents and clients. Council Member Scott felt it would be best to operate as one knowing that there would be some reservations in the beginning. Mayor Bailey agreed that one organization would be best but did not feel the proposal was one organization as he did not have a clear understanding of who would be in charge of the operations. He expressed concern with the possibility of rates going up. Mayor Bailey recounted what had happened in the past with conflicting issues. Council Member Swanson felt that there would be protection built into the agreement. Gene Drabinski gave a brief synopsis of how the working group came to the decision that was being presented to Council. Mayor Bailey expressed concern with who would report to whom and how would the capital investments be done. He also expressed concern with how the funds would be distributed and what would happen to the remaining cost of the judgment. Gene Drabinski stated that first, the two agencies needed to find out if they can work operationally together. He stated that the larger issues would be resolved by combining the two entities. Council Member Aymon asked how the employees felt about the proposal. McCall City Council Regular Meeting Page 2 of ll September 26, 2013 Gene Drabinski compared the issue to the Police Department (PD) and his approach to reorganize the PD to the two sewer entities. He stated that it was not something that would be voted on by the staff. Council Member Aymon again expressed concerned as to how the employees would be treated and managed. Dale Caza addressed the Council and gave them a brief history of his years of experience and expertise. He also stated that he had been trained on the City system. He stated that both agencies had common practices. Council Member Swanson asked for permission to proceed from the Council. Mayor Bailey stated that the task force should continue meeting. He stated that he wanted questions answered prior to proceeding. He also stated that the Settlement Agreement was in place and may need to be amended but not sure how or if it would be affected. Bi11 Nichols, City Attorney, stated that if both agencies agree on the concepts, wrapping those concepts into the Settlement Agreement or amend the Settlement Agreement, would be the easy part. Council Member Witte asked for examples of where this type of agreement had worked in other places. Bi11 Nichols stated that there may not be specific examples with sewer; however there may models that work in regard to other government functions that have combined operations. Gene Drabinski clarified the next steps would be to answer the questions and work out the details as to how it would actually function. Mayor Bailey confirmed. Council Member Swanson stated that the questions would be answered during the development of the MOU. Mayor Bailey led the audience in the Pledge of Allegiance at 6:09 p.m. PUBLIC HEARING AB 13-163 Resolution 13-18 adopting Clerk related fees for Taxi or Commercial Transportation Driver's License Application BessieJo Wagner, City Clerk, presented to Council Resolution 13-18 adopting Clerk related fees for Taxi or Commercial Transportation Driver's License Application. She stated that Resolution 13-18 established a $40 fee for the processing of a Taxi or Commercial Transportation Driver's License Application as set forth in Title 4 Chapter 4 of the McCall City Code. Mrs. Wagner stated that the license fee would be payable upon filing of the application and the fee was non- refundable. She stated that every applicant for a taxicab or a commercial transportation driver's license was required to supply a full set of fingerprints with every application, except that fingerprints would not be required for any renewal that occurred within five (5) years of the McCall City Council Regular Meeting Page 3 of 11 September 26, 2013 latest submittal of fingerprints by the applicant. Mrs. Wagner explained that upon receipt of an application for any taxi or commercial transportation driver's license, the application will be referred to the McCall Police Department which would conduct an investigation to determine the suitability of the applicant to be licensed. She stated that the McCall Police Department was authorized to receive criminal history information from the Idaho State Police and from the Federal Bureau of Investigation for the purpose of evaluating the fitness of an applicant for licensure. Mayor Bailey opened the Public Hearing for establishing a fee for Taxi or Commercial Transportation Driver's License Applications at 6:12 p.m. Hearing no comments the Public Hearing was closed. Council Member Swanson moved to approve Resolution 13-18 adopting Clerk related fees for a Taxi or Commercial Transportation Driver's License Application 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 carried. PUBLIC COMMENT Mayor Bailey called for public comment at 6:14 p.m. Hearing further comments, Mayor Bailey closed the public comment. PRESENTATION AB 13-169 Idaho Road Scholar Program Certificate of Completion Presentation to Russell Dean, Larry Swift, and Eulla (Sissy) Wallace Peter Borner, Public Works Director, introduced Layla Kral, of the Idaho Technology Transfer (T2) Center. Russell Dean, Larry Swift, and Sissy Wallace of the Public Works Streets department have completed the Idaho Road Scholar Program. Ms. Kral explained that the Road Scholar Program recognizes local road and street professionals who have completed a series of training courses. The program curriculum provides the fundamentals of safety, management, and advanced technologies, as well as exposure to a variety of other topics relevant to the transportation field. In addition, having staff members who have completed the Road Scholar Program is a scoring criterion on LHTAC grant applications. The Idaho T2 Center provides technical support and training to local highway jurisdictions and cities in Idaho. The program is housed at the Local Highway Technical Assistance Council (LHTAC), which is a government organization that assists local highway jurisdictions with the funding and technical support of their transportation systems. Layla Kral presented a Certificate of Completion as a Road Scholar to Russell Dean and Larry Swift. Miss Kral also presented a Certificate of Completion as a Road Master to Sissy Wallace. McCall City Council Regular Meeting Page 4 of 11 September 26, 2013 BUSINESS AGENDA AB 13-177 Treasure Valley Transit update Terri Lindenberg, Executive Director, of Treasure Valley Transit provided the City Council with a brief update about the transit center project and other items of interest about the service. AB 13-168 Tree Committee 2013 Annual Report to Council John Lillehaug, Chairman of the Tree Advisory Committee, presented the Committee's Annual report, Attachment 2. AB 13-167 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant application for heavy armor purchase for McCall Police Department Larry Stokes, Interim Chief of Police, introduced the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant application for heavy armor purchase for McCall Police Department, stating that the Idaho State Police Department had released the FY14 Edward G. Byrne Memorial Grant application. He stated that the funding was for law enforcement programs, and the City of McCall had been awarded this grant funding in the past for technology improvements. Mr. Stokes explained that the McCall Police Department (MPD) currently has heavy armor, purchased in 2005, that is rated as Level IIIA. He stated that this level does not provide protection against rifle fire, sharp, or pointed instruments. Mr. Stokes stated that the MPD wished to apply for grant funding to purchase Level IV rated heavy armor, which would provide adequate protection against rifles, handguns, knives, and sharp instruments. He stated that the equipment would help protect officers' safety and allow them to perform their duty more effectively when responding to situations such as active shooters. Council Member Aymon moved to approve the submission of a 2014 Edward G. Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant application for the purchase of heavy armor for the McCall Police Department and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. 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 carried. AB 13-171 Request to use FY13 LOT funds for Rotary Park retaining wall repair Dennis Coyle, Parks and Recreation Director, presented the request to use FY13 LOT funds for Rotary Park retaining wall repair, stating that the McCall Parks and Recreation Department was awarded $20,000 in Local Option Tax funding in FY13 for pathways. He stated that in addition, the Department was awarded National Scenic Byway funding for retaining wall replacement and other improvements at Rotary Park. Mr. Coyle explained that Staff has been working with the Idaho Transportation Department since May, 2013 and submitted the required documents to obtain a Notice to Proceed for Rotary Park. However, that approval had not been granted as of yet. Mr. Coyle explained that repair of the retaining wall was needed this fall in order to insure that Rotary Park was safe for public use. Mr. Coyle stated that in order to fund the repair, the Parks and Recreation Department requests that a portion of the FY13 LOT funding for pathways be directed to the retaining wall repair so that the work may be completed this fall, if the Notice to Proceed from ITD for Rotary Park is not received this fall. Staff will work with ITD to amend the State Local Agreement for the Rotary Park Project and revise the project scope and budget accordingly if needed. McCall City Council Regular Meeting Page 5 of ll September 26, 2013 Council Member Witte moved to approve the use of FY13 LOT funds for Parks -Pathways for repair of the retaining wall at Rotary Park. Council Member Aymon seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Witte, Council Member Aymon, Mayor Bailey, Council Member Scott, and Council Member Swanson all voted aye and the motion carried. AB 13-164 Memorandum of Understanding to create the Valley County/911 Mountaintop Communications Infrastructure Trust fund Interim Chief Stokes, presented the purpose of this Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) is to create a dedicated Valley County Trust Account, hereafter defined as the Valley County/911 Mountaintop Communications Infrastructure Trust fund, to which participating Emergency Service agencies will contribute $500 annually, to cover expenses associated with the replacement or repair of communication equipment. The current problem which this MOU serves to address is decreased funding as previously contributed by the Bureau of Homeland Security for providing reimbursement to Valley County for all 911 Mountain Top communication maintenance services. As a consequence, local emergency services agencies have agreed it is pertinent to create a shared trust account to cover this shortfall in revenue source. The Agencies entering this MOU are Valley County, Cascade Rural Fire Department, Donnelly Rural Fire Department, McCall Fire Department, City of Cascade Police Department, and City of McCall Police Department. Chief Stokes requested to table the item There was general Council Consensus to add this item to the next City Council Meeting agenda. AB 13-166 CUP-13-01: 900 Reedy Ln. — Golf Course Maintenance Use Delta James, City Planner, presented a Conditional Use Permit application that was submitted to entitle the golf course maintenance and storage use of the subject property, pursuant to McCall City Code (MCC 3.3.02). Ms. James stated that on September 10, 2013, the McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission held a public hearing, approved the companion Design Review (DR-12-27) application for a proposed new 1200 sq. ft. maintenance shed structure, and unanimously recommended this Conditional Use Permit application (CUP-13-01) to the McCall City Council for approval without a second public hearing. Council Member Scott moved to approve CUP-13-01 subject to the presented Findings and Conclusions 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. AB 13-174 CUP-10-03: 501 N. 3rd Street - Request for Third Amendment to the Development Agreement Michelle Groenevelt, Community Development Director, presented the CUP-10-03: 501 N. 3rd Street - Request for Third Amendment to the Development Agreement, stating that Mr. Woodworth was requesting consideration for a Third Amendment to the Development Agreement for 501 N. 3rd Street. She stated that Mr. Woodworth was requesting to delete section 4 of the original development agreement to receive alleviation from the McCall City Code McCall City Council Regular Meeting Page 6 of 11 September 26, 2013 requirements for the installation of sidewalks, curbs and gutters, and the related improvements along Colorado Street. She stated that additionally, the proposed amendment required the property owner to dedicate an easement for a small triangle of future sidewalk that cuts across the southwest corner of the 501 N. 3rd Street property near the northeast corner of 3rd Street and Colorado Street. Ms. Groenevelt stated that the approval of CUP-10-03, DR-10-06, and SR-10-03 required sidewalks along 3rd Street and Colorado Street along the 501 N. 3rd Street parcel. She stated that the 3rd Street section in front of the Shell Station was committed to connect the property to the downtown sidewalk network and was used as a private match for the 3rd Street Improvement Project. Ms. Groenevelt explained that since the original agreement was approved on April 26, 2010, Mr. Woodworth had requested three amendments to the development agreement to extend the timeline into the future. She stated that all amendments were approved by the City Council. Ms. Groenevelt stated that the McCall Area Planning and Zoning Committee held a public hearing on September 10, 2013 and recommended approval to the City Council without a second public hearing. Ms. Groenevelt further explained that Mr. Woodworth had claimed financial hardship and the pending sale of the property as the reasons for not completing the Colorado Street improvements. She explained that financial hardship had not been a criteria used in past decision making for development agreement amendments. Ms Groenevelt stated that the sidewalk improvements along Colorado Street would create a street for all modes of transportation and are consistent with the goals and objectives of the McCall Area Comprehensive Plan, the McCall Area Pathway Master Plan, and the Complete Street Policy. She stated that alleviation of the Colorado Street section of sidewalk will not affect the CDBG private match commitment. Mr. Woodworth's presented his request to Council, Attachment 3. Council Member Witte expressed concern that if the City approved this request, would the Council be applying city code equally to all. Bill Nichols, City Attorney, stated that he did not see a problem with any conflict with the code. Council Member Scott moved to approve the request for the Third Amendment to the Development Agreement the timeline for the construction of the Colorado Street sidewalks. Council Member Aymon seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Scott, Council Member Aymon, Mayor Bailey, Council Member Swanson, and Council Member Witte all voted aye and the motion carried. AB 13-175 Consideration of Annexation of parcels at the eastern edge of the City Michelle Groenevelt, Community Development Director presented the Consideration of Annexation of parcels at the eastern edge of the City, stating that Mayor Bailey presented an annexation proposal to the City Council on August 8, 2013. The property proposed is located within the McCall Impact Area and the planning and zoning and building permits are currently administered through City staff. The City of McCall extended water mains to Cee Way Loop as early as the 1980's. The water mains are 4" cast iron pipe. There are no fire hydrants that were installed in this area as part of the original construction. A new 8" PVC Water main, with fire hydrants and water valves will need to be constructed to replace the aging cast iron system in the future. The City of McCall and McCall City Council Regular Meeting Page 7 of 11 September 26, 2013 Valley County joined together a few years ago to make snow removal more efficient. The city plows some county roads and Valley County plows some city streets. The City of McCall has been snow plowing Cee Way Loop for some time. Since the water bill is used to determine residency, some residents on Cee Way Loop may have been issued library cards. Ms. Groenevelt stated that the highest use subdivision would require annexation for city water services. Annexation allows the City to be in a better negotiating position. Therefore, it is staff s recommendation that the proposed State owned property not be annexed at this time. Mayor Bailey commented that he was in support of moving forward with annexation of Cee Way Loop category "A" annexation. There was general Council Consensus to move forward with the annexation of Cee Way Loop. AB 13-170 Sanitary Sewer Easement Agreement- Southwest Idaho Cooperative Housing Authority to City of McCall Nathan Stewart, City Engineer, presented the Sanitary Sewer Easement Agreement- Southwest Idaho Cooperative Housing Authority to City of McCall, stating that Southwest Idaho Cooperative Housing Authority (SICHA) owns and operates a housing complex located at 430 Floyd Street. He stated that the facility utitilizes a private lift station to convey wastewater from the property into the City's sewer main on Floyd Street. Mr. Stewart explained that because the lift station had reached the end of its lifespan, SICHA has worked with the City and an adjoining property owner (Simplot Corporation) to design a gravity sewer line that would replace the need for the lift sation and convey wastewater to the City's sewer main located within the McCall Marketplace (Simplot's property). He stated that once constructed to City standards, the City would assume ownership of the new sewer main. Council Member Witte stated that paragraph #2 needed to be changed from: Grantee shall be solely responsible for all costs of constructing and installing the system, and for all maintenance and repairs to the easement as may be required from time to time. To: Grantor shall be solely responsible for all costs of constructing and installing the system, and after acceptance of the system, Grantee shall be responsible for all maintenance and repairs to the easement as may be required from time to time. Council Member Aymon moved to approve the easement agreement between Southwest Idaho Cooperative Housing Authority and the City of McCall for the proposed sanitary sewer main, with the change to Paragraph 2, and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. 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 carried. AB 13-172 Sanitary Sewer Easement Agreement- Simplot Corporation to City of McCall Nathan Stewart, City Engineer, presented the Sanitary Sewer Easement Agreement- Simplot Corporation to City of McCall to Council stating that as part of the proposed sanitary sewer main being installed by Southwest Idaho Cooperative Housing Authority (SICHA), the Simplot Corporation, which owns land adjacent to SICHA, was providing a sanitary sewer utility easement, as required by the City. He stated that the easement, in combinatation with a similar McCall City Council Regular Meeting Page 8 of 11 September 26, 2013 easement provided by SICHA, will allow for the construction of the new sewer facility, as well as provide for the City needs to own and maintain the sewer main once the line is constructed to City standared and accepted by Public Works. Council Member Aymon moved to approve the easement agreement between Simplot Corporation and the City of McCall for the proposed sanitary sewer main and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. Council Member Scott seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Aymon, Council Member Scott, Mayor Bailey, Council Member Swanson, and Council Member Witte all voted aye and the motion carried. AB 13-173 Park Street Sewer line bid award Peter Borner presented the Park Street Sewer line bid award stating that the project was the first phase of the Park Street (Mission to First) Right-of-Way rehabilitation. He stated that this phase involved the replacement of all sanitary sewer infrastructure within the ROW. Specifically, the work would include: 1.Sewer manhole replacement 2.Sewer main replacement 3.Sewer service line replacement (within the ROW) 4.New sewer service line installations for undeveloped lots without current sewer services 5.Removal/abandonment of the existing sewer main. Mr. Borner explained that because the cost for this project was estimated in excess of $100,000, a “formal” bidding procedure was conducted. He verified that all bids were opened September 25, 2013. Mr. Borner distributed a complete list of bids received, a recommendation for award of contract, and a copy of the contract, Attachment 4. Council Member Witte moved to award the contract for the Park Street Sewer line project to Granite Excavation, Inc., authorize staff to issue a “Notice of to Award” to the Granite Excavation, Inc for the project, and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents provided all documents submitted by Granite Excavation, Inc. meet the project requirements. Council Member Swanson seconded the motion. Council Member Witte, Council Member Swanson, Council Member Aymon, Mayor Bailey, and Council Member Scott all voted aye and the motion carried. AB 13-165 Contingent Revenue and Contingent Expense line Item transfer for unanticipated revenue Linda Stokes, City Treasurer, presented the Contingent Revenue and Contingent Expense line Item transfer for unanticipated revenue to Council. She stated that the City of McCall was awarded $29,700 from the Idaho Transportation Department Office of Highway Safety for traffic enforcement mobilization during FY13 for overtime reimbursement and equipment incentives. Mrs. Stokes also stated that Local Option Tax receipts were projected to come in $50,520 over rd the FY13 budget amount and the ICDBG 3 Street Revitalization grant was over budget by $14,307. She stated that staff anticipated the project would be complete by September 30, 2013 and would spend the entire grant amount. She also stated that the City of McCall was awarded a Federal Transit Authority Grant of $16,236 to construct and improve sidewalks and an ITD rd Grant of $60,000 to extend the turn lane enhancing the ICDBG 3 Street Revitalization Project. Mrs. Stoke explained that these revenues were not included in the FY13 budget. She stated that in order to be able to spend those funds on the indentified projects, contingent revenue, and contingent expense line item transfers must be made. McCall City Council Regular Meeting Page 9 of 11 September 26, 2013 Council Member Aymon moved to approve the contingent revenue and contingent expense line item transfers. Council Member Witte seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Council Member Aymon, Council Member Witte, Mayor Bailey, Council Member Scott, and Council Member Swanson all voted aye and the motion carried. AB 13-162 Renewal of City Attorney Contract The current retainer agreement with White Peterson expires on September 30, 2013. The attached agreement renews the professional relationship for another fiscal year. The amount of the monthly retainer and the fees for services outside the retainer again remain unchanged from the current agreement and have not changed in the past 5 years. White Peterson requests a review in April 2014 to evaluate the continuing trend of imbalance between the retainer and the actual hours being worked. There may be a need for an increase in the FY15 budget, and perhaps an adjustment to what services are inside the retainer. The FY14 General Fund budget includes $140,000 for legal services. The annual retainer amount is $67,200. Council Member Swanson moved to approve the Agreement for City Attorney Services for FY14 and authorize the Mayor to sign the Agreement. 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 carried. AB 13-178 Valley County Economic Development Council Request for Funds (added 09/24/13) Mayor Bailey requested this item for the purpose of allocating $1000 to be paid to Stephen J. Lord for the purpose of organizing the Valley County Economic Development Council as a 501(c)3 corporation. Some discussion as to whether a 501(c)3 designation was necessary. Mayor Bailey moved to approve the allocation of $1000 to be paid to Stephen J. Lord for the purpose of organizing the Valley County Economic Development Council as a 501(c) 3 corporation and authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents. Council Member Scott seconded the motion. In a roll call vote Mayor Bailey, Council Member Scott, Council Member Aymon, Council Member Swanson, and Council Member Witte all voted aye and the motion carried. 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