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COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS KHazelton reimb $460.80 Casper City Hall – Council Chambers Kubwater goods $5,618.85 September 3, 2019 Kvdaviscnsling Services $100.00 lincolnntllife Services $269.85 1. roll call lisasSpicnspan Services $760.00 casper city council met in regular longBldgTech Services $2,346.00 session at 6:00 p.m., Tuesday, MKFraser reimb $150.00 September 3, 2019. Present: Motorola goods $30,390.06 councilmembers Bates, cathey, Freel, MtnStates Services $129.31 Hopkins, Huber, Johnson, lutz, MtnWest Services $500.00 Pacheco, and Mayor Powell. nalco goods $15,919.20 2. Pledge oF allegiance ncHealthdept license $410.00 citizen rosalind grenfell led the Pepsi goods $993.60 audience in the Pledge of allegiance. PillarStructuraleng Services $2,000.00 3. MinuTeS PostalPros Services $11,358.46 Moved by councilmember Pacheco, PScc Services $6,703.68 seconded by councilmember rrMgmt license $235.41 Hopkins, to, by minute action, rckyMtnPwr utilities $63,503.96 approve the minutes of the august rootrSwr Services $915.68 20, 2019, regular council meeting, as Saltus Services $292.00 published in the casper-Star Tribune Solarwinds Services $7,165.00 on august 26, 2019. Motion passed. Stantec Services $7,881.05 4. MinuTeS Stotzequip goods $3,266.00 Moved by councilmember Johnson, Summitelect Services $173.59 seconded by councilmember lutz, to, Troylance reimb $62.97 by minute action, approve the minutes Tgollnick reimb $100.00 of the august 27, 2019, special Topoffice goods $101.97 council meeting, as published in the Transmissiondist Projects $152,175.91 casper-Star Tribune on September 1, Tretoconst Projects $410,643.91 2019. Motion passed. uniforms2gear uniforms $154.96 5. execuTive SeSSion MinuTeS urgentcare Medical $969.00 Moved by councilmember Freel, vrcco Services $40.00 seconded by councilmember Johnson, Wcolemanconst Services $14,230.90 to, by minute action, approve the WSM&T Services $1,200.00 minutes of the august 27, 2019, Wenck Services $13,285.86 executive session. councilmember WstrnStatesFire Services $450.00 cathey requested the scrivener’s error WPd&n Services $2,869.00 on the minutes be corrected. With the Wlceng Services $3,731.73 correction made, motion passed. Wydot Services $108.86 6. BillS & claiMS $1,551,120.90 Moved by councilmember Johnson, 7. BrigHT SPoT seconded by councilmember Huber, Mayor Powell welcomed Susan to, by minute action, approve payment Haines, and rosalind grenfell of the of the September 3, 2019, bills and Wyoming Society of the united States claims, as audited by city Manager daughters of 1812 (Society). Ms. grenfell, Society State vice President, napier. Motion passed. spoke about Star-Spangled Banner Bills & claims 09/03/19 71const Projects $163,339.40 day and Mayor Powell read and aMBi Services $850.34 presented proclamations to the ladies aaalndsc Services $1,685.96 in honor of constitution Week and aircmfrt Services $12,465.00 Star-Spangled Banner day. aJuarez reimb $150.00 reSoluTion – noT on altituderecy Services $47,235.00 agenda ameriTech goods $451.20 Moved by councilmember cathey, andreenHunt Projects $74,631.87 seconded by councilmember Hopkins, arrwhead Services $770.93 to by minute action suspend the rules atlnticelctric Projects $3,322.59 of council to consider an item not on B&Bsales goods $2,452.89 the agenda. councilmember Huber B32eng Projects $7,755.98 read the following resolution: Bnkofamerica goods $54,250.98 reSoluTion no. 19-188 Barnardrealest refund $50.00 a reSoluTion auTHorizing BigWest Services $6,385.00 acKnoWledging FirST BlckHillsenergy utilities $14,592.46 reSPonderS involved in Barellano reimb $460.80 9/2/19 exPloSion. Brenntag goods $77,513.95 council then voted on the motion BWilliams reimb $150.00 to suspend the rules. Motion passed. carusinc goods $17,496.00 Moved by councilmember Huber, csprHsing Funding $542.90 seconded by councilmember Johnson csprPubutl utilities $144.06 to pass the foregoing resolution. csprStarTrib ads $1,490.34 Motion passed. cntrlTrck goods $340.00 8. coMMunicaTionS FroM centurylink utilities $869.45 PerSonS PreSenT cH2MHill Services $14,702.85 individuals addressing the council cigna Services $12,001.86 were: dennis Steensland, 533 S. cityofcasper Services $78,192.76 Washington, asking council to cvlengProf Services $2,575.17 reconsider selling the former Plains crickett reimb $135.99 Furniture Property at a loss; and commTech Services $13,348.11 Woody giles, 290 e. Magnolia, cPu Services $24,612.50 requesting council consider changing crimeSceneinfo Services $109.87 the property tax structure. dell goods $11,022.32 Mayor Powell then moved to item deltadental Services $1,578.50 10.a before proceeding to item 9 on dPcind goods $20,808.06 the agenda. eastlanddev goods $560.00 10.a PuBlic Hearing emrgncyMed Services $4,973.70 ordinance envrnmntl&cvlSol Services $11,474.86 Mayor Powell opened the public eKetchum reimb $930.61 hearing for the consideration of Fconaway Services $200.00 the vacation and replat creating the Firstdata Services $8,830.78 Johnny J’s addition. FiB Services $428.02 city attorney Henley entered two galls uniforms $1,314.10 (2) exhibits: correspondence from geosyntec Services $16,835.04 liz Becher to J. carter napier, dated gYoneda reimb $15.00 august 30, 2019 and an affidavit Homax goods $14,587.78 of publication, as published in the HydroProd goods $7,445.00 casper-Star Tribune, dated august 26, inbrgMiller Services $2,797.00 2019. city Manager napier provided installation&Svc Services $19,253.00 a brief report. Jcraft reimb $150.00 Speaking in support was John JSpeiser reimb $440.63 Johnson, 1917 rustic court. There JHenderson reimb $2,026.66 being no others to speak for or against JKceng Services $2,984.50 the issues involving the Johnny J’s JHart reimb $177.93 addition, the public hearing was JStowers reimb $116.55 closed. KellySvcs Services $1,768.80 Following ordinance read: Knifervr goods $23,658.28 ordinance no. 27-19 an ordinance aPProving a vacation, rePlaT, SuBdiviSion agreeMenT and zone cHange creating the johnny J’s addiTion SuBdiviSion in THe ciTY oF caSPer, WYoMing. councilmember Hopkins presented the foregoing ordinance for approval, on first reading. Seconded by councilmember Pacheco. Motion passed. 9. eSTaBliSH PuBlic Hearing Moved by councilmember cathey, seconded by councilmember Johnson, to, by minute action: establish September 17, 2019, as the public hearing date for the consideration of new restaurant liquor license no. 41 for el Burro loco, llc d/b/a el Burro loco, located at 2333 east Yellowstone Highway. Motion passed. 10.B PuBlic Hearing reSoluTion Mayor Powell opened the public hearing for the consideration of levying a lien against real property located at 1129 east c Street. city attorney Henley entered two (2) exhibits: correspondence from liz Becher to J. carter napier, dated august 21, 2019 and an affidavit of publication, as published in the casper-Star Tribune, dated august 26, 2019. city Manager napier provided a brief report. Speaking in favor was dennis Steensland, 533 S. Washington. city Manager napier further explained this type of lien and addressed questions presented by council. There being no others to speak for or against the issue, the public hearing was closed. Following resolution read: reSoluTion no. 19-182 a reSoluTion auTHorizing a deMoliTion lien in THe aMounT oF Six THouSand Four Hundred ForTYeigHT dollarS and 50/100. councilmember Huber presented the foregoing resolution for adoption. Seconded by councilmember lutz. Motion passed. 11.a ordinance– THird reading Following ordinance read: ordinance no. 22-19 an ordinance aPProving a zone cHange For loTS 25-26, BlocK 8 oF THe eaST BurlingTon addiTion SuBdiviSion in THe ciTY oF caSPer, WYoMing. WHereaS, an application has been made to rezone all of the above described lots from zoning classifications M-1 (limited industrial) and c-2 (general Business), to entirely c-2 (general Business); and, WHereaS, after a public hearing on June 20, 2019, the city of casper Planning and zoning commission passed a motion recommending that city council approve the zone change request; and, WHereaS, the governing body of the city of casper finds that the above described zone change should be approved. noW, THereFore, Be iT ordained BY THe governing BodY oF THe ciTY oF caSPer, WYoMing: SecTion 1: lots 25-26, Block 8, east Burlington addition, located at 442 north lennox Street, is hereby rezoned from zoning classifications M-1 (limited industrial) and c-2 (general Business), to entirely c-2 (general Business). SecTion 2: This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after passage on three readings and publication pursuant to law. PaSSed on 1st reading the 6th day of august, 2019. PaSSed on 2nd reading the 20th day of august, 2019. PaSSed, aPProved, and adoPTed on 3rd and final reading the 3rd day of September, 2019. councilmember Pacheco presented the foregoing ordinance for approval, on third reading. Seconded by councilmember Freel. no citizens spoke on the ordinance. Mayor Powell asked for an overview of the item, which liz Becher, community development director provided. Motion passed. 11.B ordinance– THird reading Following ordinance read: ordinance no. 23-19 an ordinance aPProving a zone cHange oF THe ForMer norTH caSPer eleMenTarY ScHool locaTed aT 1014 glenarM STreeT. WHereaS, an application has been made to rezone lots 51-69 and 151169, Block 29, north casper addition to the city of casper, natrona county, Wyoming, and vacated alley adjacent to lots 51 through 64 and lots 151 through 164, Block 29, north casper addition to the city of casper, natrona county, Wyoming, being also described as the north 350 Feet of the alley within Block 29, north casper addition to the city of casper, natrona county, Wyoming, from ed (educational district) zoning to c-2 (general Business) zoning; and, WHereaS, after a public hearing on June 20, 2019, the city of casper Planning and zoning commission passed a motion recommending that city council approve the zone change request; and, WHereaS, the governing body of the city of casper finds that the above described zone change should be approved. noW, THereFore, Be iT ordained BY THe governing BodY oF THe ciTY oF caSPer, WYoMing: SecTion 1: lots 51-69 and 151-169, Block 29, north casper addition to the city of casper, natrona county, Wyoming, and vacated alley adjacent to lots 51 through 64 and lots 151 through 164, Block 29, north casper addition to the city of casper, natrona county, Wyoming, being also described as the north 350 Feet of the alley within Block 29, north casper addition is hereby rezoned from zoning classification ed (educational district) zoning to c-2 (general Business) zoning. SecTion 2: This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after passage on three readings and publication pursuant to law. PaSSed on 1st reading the 6th day of august, 2019. PaSSed on 2nd reading the 20th day of august, 2019. PaSSed, aPProved, and adoPTed on 3rd and final reading the 3rd day of September, 2019. councilmember Hopkins presented the foregoing ordinance for approval, on third reading. Seconded by councilmember cathey. There being no one to speak regarding the ordinance, and no discussion or amendments, motion passed. 11.c ordinance– THird reading Following ordinance read: ordinance no. 25-19 an ordinance aMending cHaPTer 8.04 oF THe caSPer MuniciPal code WHereaS, the current casper Municipal code regarding businesses affecting the public health requires an update to prevent duplication of effort and to promote efficiency and to accurately reflect the practices and duties of the city -county Health department. noW, THereFore, Be iT ordained BY THe governing BodY oF THe ciTY oF caSPer, WYoMing: That chapter 8.04 of the casper Municipal code, specifically, code Sections 8.04.010, 8.04.020 and 8.04.060, are hereby amended as follows: Paragraph B of Section 8.04.010 shall be amended to read: B. “Businesses affecting the public health” means any business other than mobile food vehicles and their operators, within the city furnishing to the public any food and drink, lodging, body art and permanent cosmetic establishments, supervision and care of children and all like services or business, whether such services or businesses are on or off the premises.” Section 8.04.020 of the casper Municipal code, Paragraph a.1. is amended to read: a. every business affecting the public health shall, before beginning business, apply to the city for a license, and, after the business and premises are inspected and approved by the health officer and payment of the proper fee, such license shall be issued. The license fee shall be: 1. Seventy-five dollars for swimming pools, food manufacturers, food distributors, food processors, groceries, bakeries, meat markets and delicatessens; provide, however, that groceries or supermarkets shall be charged a base license fee of seventyfive dollars, plus twenty-five dollars each for meat markets, bakeries and delicatessens; 2. Twenty-five dollars for campground facilities, motels, hotels, bed and breakfasts and body art and permanent cosmetic establishments; 3. Fifty dollars for child day-care facilities; 4. one hundred dollars for bars. if a bar provides food, an additional license fee of twenty-five dollars is required; one hundred dollars for restaurants. if a restaurant provides alcoholic liquor or malt beverage, an additional license fee of twenty-five dollars is required; 6. no license fee shall be required for food service facilities on any parochial, private or public school property. 8.04.060 — employee health conditions. every person in contact directly or indirectly with the public while employed by or operating a business affecting the public health and mobile food vendor employees shall be in good health while so engaged. any such person shall be deemed to be in “good health” when he or she is not suffering from a contagious disease or is not a carrier of a disease that is communicable in form. PaSSed on 1st reading the 6th day of august, 2019. PaSSed on 2nd reading the 20th day of august, 2019. PaSSed, aPProved, and adoPTed on 3rd and final reading the 3rd day of September, 2019. councilmember Pacheco presented the foregoing ordinance for approval, on third reading. Seconded by councilmember Huber. no citizens spoke on the ordinance. councilmembers Johnson and lutz voted nay. Motion passed. 12. ordinance– Second reading Following ordinance read: ordinance no. 26-19 an ordinance aPProving THe ciTY-iniTiaTed annexaTion oF THe green valleY MoBile HoMe ParK, coMPriSing 14-acreS, More or leSS, locaTed aT 2760 SouTH roBerTSon road. councilmember Johnson presented the foregoing ordinance for approval, on second reading. Seconded by councilmember lutz. There being no one to speak regarding the ordinance, and no discussion or amendments, motion passed. 13. conSenT reSoluTionS The following resolutions were considered, by consent agenda: reSoluTion no. 19-183 a reSoluTion aPProving THe ciTY oF caSPer’S TiTle vi PrograM aS reQuired BY THe deParTMenT oF TranSPorTaTion For Federal TranSPorTaTion aSSiSTance and auTHorized BY THe civil rigHTS acT oF 1964,42 u.S.c. § 2000d eT SeQ. reSoluTion no. 19-184 a reSoluTion auTHorizing a conTracT BeTWeen THe caSPer area MeTroPoliTan Planning organizaTion and rdg ia inc dBa rdg Planning & deSign For a caSPer area WaYFinding MaSTer Plan in an aMounT oF one Hundred THouSand dollarS. reSoluTion no. 19-185 a reSoluTion auTHorizing cHange order no. 1 To THe agreeMenT WiTH WeSTern PlainS landScaPing, llc (dBa 3 cord conSTrucTion), For a Price increaSe oF $38,186 and a TiMe exTenSion oF 167 daYS For THe SWF landFill coMPacTorS STorage Building, ProJecT no. 18-074. reSoluTion no. 19-186 a reSoluTion auTHorizing a conTracT For ouTSideciTY SeWer Service WiTH Mg real ProPerTieS, lTd. reSoluTion no. 19-187 a reSoluTion auTHorizing a conTracT WiTH convergeone, inc, To uPgrade THe exiSTing 911 PHone SYSTeM. councilmember Johnson presented the foregoing five (5) resolutions for adoption. Seconded by councilmember Pacheco. city Manager napier provided a brief report. Motion passed. 14. MinuTe acTion– conSenT Moved by councilmember Freel, seconded by councilmember Hopkins, to, by consent minute action, authorizing the purchase of one (1) new Bobcat gas Mower, from Midland implement, in the total amount of $10,093. Motion passed. 15. inTroducTion oF MeaSureS and ProPoSalS councilmembers spoke on meetings and events they attended. 16. adJourn inTo execuTive SeSSion Mayor Powell noted the next meetings of the city council will be a work session to be held at 4:30 p.m., Tuesday, September 10, 2019, in the council’s meeting room; and, a regular council meeting to be held at 6:00 p.m., Tuesday, September 17, 2019, in the council chambers. at 6:55 p.m., it was moved councilmember Huber, seconded by councilmember Freel, to adjourn into executive session to discuss personnel matters and property acquisition. Motion passed. council moved into the council meeting room. at 7:32 p.m., it was moved by councilmember cathey, seconded by councilmember Johnson, to adjourn the executive session. Motion passed. council returned to the council chambers. 17. adJournMenT at 7:33 p.m., it was moved by councilmember Pacheco, seconded by councilmember Freel, to adjourn the regular council meeting. Motion passed. Published September 10, 2019 legal no: 58636

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