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effective date hereof, and upon acceptance of the Company, the following will be repealed: Ordinance No. 24-99 of the City, passed and approved November 4, 1999, granting a franchise to Rocky Mountain Power; Ordinance No. 19-13 of the City, passed and approved on August 6, 2013; the Franchise Extension Agreement between the parties as approved by the City Council on May 2, 2017; and the Second Franchise Extension Agreement between the parties as approved by City Council on October 17, 2017. PASSED on 1st reading the 17th day of October, 2017. PASSED on 2nd reading the 7th day of November, 2017. PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED on the 3rd and final reading the 21st day of November, 2017. Mayor Humphrey opened the public hearing for the consideration of the vacation of a portion of South Spruce Street, between East 14th and 15th Streets. Interim City Attorney Chambers entered two (2) exhibits: correspondence from Liz Becher to J. Carter Napier, dated October 30, 2017 and an affidavit of publication, as published in the Casper-Star Tribune, dated November 20, 2017. City Manager Napier provided a brief report. Speaking in support were: Dennis Bay, Executive Director of District Services Natrona County School District, Steve Ellbogen, Principal of Dean Morgan, and Dean Morgan student Teryn Bailey. Dennis Steensland, 533 S. Washington, addressed Council to ask questions and express his desire that the school district follow through with the closing of the street in a timely manner. Mr. Ellbogen explained the temporary and long-term solutions planned for the closure. There being no others to speak for or against the issues involving the vacation of a portion of South Spruce Street, the public hearing was closed. Following ordinance read: ORDINANCE NO. 20-17 AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE VACATION OF A PORTION OF SOuTH SPRuCE STREET. Councilmember Huckabay presented the foregoing ordinance for approval, on first reading. Seconded by Councilmember Laird. Motion passed. Mayor Humphrey opened the public hearing for the consideration of the amendment to the fiscal year 20172018 budget. Interim City Attorney Chambers entered two (2) exhibits: correspondence from Tom Pitlick to J. Carter Napier, dated November 15, 2017 and an affidavit of publication, as published in the Casper-Star Tribune, dated November 16, 2017. City Manager Napier provided a brief report. There being no one to speak for or against the issue, the public hearing was closed. Following resolution read: RESOLuTION NO. 17-210 A RESOLuTION AMENDING THE FISCAL yEAR 2018 BuDGET OF THE CITy OF CASPER, AuTHORIzING THE ADJuSTMENT OF FuNDS THEREuNDER. Councilmember Laird presented the foregoing resolution for adoption. Seconded by Councilmember Hopkins. Councilmembers expressed their support for these changes to the budget and thanked staff for their hard work. City Manager Napier addressed questions presented by Council. Moved by Councilmember Laird to amend Resolution No. 17210 to reflect the increase of $303,749 to the general revenue fund. Seconded by Councilmember Walsh. Motion to amend the resolution passed. Council then voted on Resolution No. 17-210, as amended. Motion passed. Mayor Humphrey excused herself from the meeting briefly. Mayor Pro Tem Pacheco opened the public hearing for the consideration of the transfer of ownership interest in Retail Liquor License No. 7, Love Holdings, LLC, d/b/a C85@ The Branding Iron. Interim City Attorney Chambers entered four (4) exhibits: correspondence from Tom Pitlick, to J. Carter Napier, dated November 6, 2017, an affidavit of publication, as published in the Casper-Star Tribune, dated November 14, 2017, an affidavit of website publication, as published on the City of Casper website, dated November 6, 2017, and the liquor license application filed October 20, 2017. City Manager Napier provided a brief report. There being no one to speak for or against the issues involving Retail Liquor License No. 7, the public hearing was closed. Moved by Councilmember Laird, seconded by Councilmember Powell, to, by minute action, authorize the transfer of ownership interest in Retail Liquor License No. 7. Mayor Humphrey was not present to vote. Councilmember Huckabay abstained from voting. Motion passed. Mayor Pro Tem Pacheco opened the public hearing for the consideration of the issuance of Bar and Grill Liquor License No. 9, for Moreno and Moreno, LLC, d/b/a Guadalajara Family Mexican Restaurant, located at 3350 Cy Avenue. Interim City Attorney Chambers entered four (4) exhibits: correspondence from Tom Pitlick, to J. Carter Napier, dated October 16, 2017, an affidavit of publication, as published in the Casper-Star Tribune, dated November 13, 2017, an affidavit of website publication, as published on the City of Casper website, dated October 16, 2017, and the Liquor License application filed October 10, 2017. City Manager Napier provided a brief report. Mayor Humphrey returned to the meeting. Speaking in support was Maria Michel, an owner of Guadalajara Family Mexican Restaurant. There being no others to speak for or against the issues involving Bar and Grill Liquor License No. 9, the public hearing was closed. Moved by Councilmember Huckabay, seconded by Councilmember Laird, to, by minute action, authorize the issuance of Bar and Grill Liquor License No. 9. Motion passed. Mayor Humphrey opened the public hearing for the consideration of the issuance of Resort Liquor License No. 6, for City of Casper d/b/a Hogadon Basin Ski Area, located at 2500 West Hogadon Road. Interim City Attorney Chambers entered four (4) exhibits: correspondence from Tom Pitlick, to J. Carter Napier, dated October 24, 2017, an affidavit of publication, as published in the Casper-Star Tribune, dated November 13, 2017, an affidavit of website publication, as published on the City of Casper website, dated October 25, 2017, and the Liquor License application filed September 6, 2017. City Manager Napier provided a brief report. Speaking in support were: Tracy LaMont, 9855 Crimson Dawn; Dennis Steensland, 533 S. Washington; Ray Bader, 3800 Plateau; and, Bruce Lamberson, 2449 Hogadon Road. City Manager Napier addressed questions presented to Council by Mr. Steensland. There being no others to speak for or against the issues involving Resort Liquor License No. 6, the public hearing was closed. Moved by Councilmember Powell, seconded by Councilmember Hopkins, to, by minute action, authorize the issuance of Resort Liquor License No. 6. Councilmembers made statements on the matter. Councilmember Walsh voted nay. Motion passed. The following ordinances were considered, on second reading, by consent agenda. ORDINANCE NO. 15-17 AN ORDINANCE APPROVING A zONE CHANGE FOR LOTS 1-4, THOMAS D. ROSS #1 ADDITION IN THE CITy OF CASPER, WyOMING. ORDINANCE NO. 19-17 AN ORDINANCE APPROVING A zONE CHANGE FOR LOTS 1-8 OF THE CPH ADDITION IN THE CITy OF CASPER, WyOMING. Councilmember Morgan presented the foregoing two (2) ordinances for adoption, on second reading, by consent agenda. Seconded by Councilmember Hopkins. Motion passed. Following resolution read: RESOLuTION NO. 17-221 A RESOLuTION AuTHORIzING AN AMENDMENT TO THE MANAGEMENT AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITy OF CASPER AND GLOBAL SPECTRuM, L.P. A DELAWARE LIMITED PARTNERSHIP D/B/A SPECTRA VENuE MANAGEMENT. Councilmember Powell presented the foregoing resolution for adoption. Seconded by Councilmember Pacheco. City Manager Napier provided a brief report. Councilmembers discussed this topic at length. City Manager Napier and Dan Coryell, City of Casper Parks Manager, addressed questions presented by Council. Interim City Attorney Chambers also provided clarification on the term of the contract. Councilmembers Morgan and Walsh voted nay. Motion passed. The following resolutions were considered, by consent agenda: RESOLuTION NO. 17-211 A RESOLuTION AuTHORIzING A uTILITy EASEMENT WITH LuCAS M. JOHNSON FOR THE SOuTH FOREST DRIVE STREET VACATION. RESOLuTION NO. 17-212 A RESOLuTION AuTHORIzING A uTILITy EASEMENT WITH ROy E. PRIOR FOR THE SOuTH FOREST DRIVE STREET VACATION. RESOLuTION NO. 17-213 A RESOLuTION AuTHORIzING AN AMENDMENT TO THE LEASE BETWEEN THE CITy OF CASPER AND CASPER LEGION BASEBALL CLuB, INC., FOR MIKE LANSING FIELD. RESOLuTION NO. 17-214 A RESOLuTION AuTHORIzING CHANGE ORDER NO. 1 TO THE AGREEMENT WITH TRETO CONSTRuCTION, LLC, FOR A TIME EXTENSION OF TWO HuNDRED FORTy-ONE (241) DAyS FOR THE CENTER & 9TH STREETS INTERSECTION CONTROLS, PROJECT NO. 17-053. RESOLuTION NO. 17-215 A RESOLuTION AuTHORIzING CHANGE ORDER NO. 1 WITH TRETO CONSTRuCTION, LLC FOR THE COLuMBINE STREET IMPROVEMENTS, PROJECT NO. 17-003. RESOLuTION NO. 17-216 A RESOLuTION AuTHORIzING AMENDMENT NO. 1 TO THE AGREEMENT WITH THE WyOMING DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION FOR A TIME EXTENSION FOR THE TRANSPORTATION ALTERNATIVES PROGRAM FuNDED ROBERTSON ROAD SOuTH PATHWAy, PROJECT NO. 15-41. RESOLuTION NO. 17-217 A RESOLuTION AuTHORIzING A CONTRACT FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES WITH CIVIL ENGINEERING PROFESSIONALS, INC., FOR THE Cy BOOSTER STATION REPLACEMENT, PROJECT NO. 16-024. RESOLuTION NO. 17-218 A RESOLuTION AuTHORIzING A QuITCLAIM DEED FOR CLOSING ON THE SALE OF LOT 1, BLOCK 1, CEMETERy ADDITION (WOLF CREEK CEMETERy PROPERTy). RESOLuTION NO. 17-219 A RESOLuTION AuTHORIzING A QuITCLAIM DEED FOR CLOSING ON THE SALE OF THE 777 BERNADINE STREET PROPERTy, DESCRIBED AS LOTS 24-28, BLOCK 2, KEySTONE ADDITION TO THE CITy OF CASPER. RESOLuTION NO. 17-220 A RESOLuTION AMENDING THE COMMuNITy DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT FEE SCHEDuLE. RESOLuTION NO. 17-222 A RESOLuTION AMENDING RESOLuTION 17-165 REGARDING THE FEES FOR THE uSE OF HOGADON BASIN SKI AREA. Councilmember Pacheco presented the foregoing eleven (11) resolutions for adoption. Seconded by Councilmember Morgan. Motion passed. Moved by Councilmember Morgan, seconded by Councilmember Hopkins, to, by consent minute action, authorize the discharge of $15,990.48 of uncollectible accounts receivable balances, aged between the dates of July 1, 2012 and September 30, 2012, including more recent bankruptcies; and authorize the reappointments of Ben Schrader, Doug Follick, and Bob Chynoweth to the Amoco Reuse Agreement Joint Powers Board. Motion passed. Individuals addressing the Council were: Jacquie Anderson, 116 ½ E. 2nd, informing Council about issues with food trucks in the downtown and requesting that the temporary parking permit process be seized; Toni Stanley, 1052 S. Jackson, requesting that food trucks not be allowed near established restaurant locations; and Duane Jensen, owner of Charlie T’s Pizza, also asking that food trucks be regulated. Mayor Humphrey asked City Manager Napier for background on this topic. City Manager Napier elaborated on the subject. Also addressing the Council were: Shawn Houck, 602 S. Park, stating that parking space control and food trucks in the downtown are two separate issues; Dennis Steensland, 533 S. Washington, asking about the management of the lodge at Hogadon; and Tracy LaMont, 721 E. 12th, regarding various concerns. Mayor Humphrey noted the next meetings of the City Council will be a work session to be held at 4:30 p.m., Tuesday, November 28, 2017, in the Council’s meeting room; and, a regular Council meeting to be held at 6:00 p.m., Tuesday, December 5, 2017, in the Council Chambers. At 9:18 p.m., it was moved Councilmember Laird, seconded by Councilmember Huckaby, to adjourn into executive session to discuss personnel. Motion passed. Council moved into the Council meeting room. Council returned to the Council Chambers. At 9:40 p.m., it was moved and seconded to adjourn the executive session and regular Council meeting. Motion passed. Published: December 2, 2017 Legal No: 33814

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