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COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS ComprLeasing Supp $899.03 Casper City Hall – Council Chambers Comtronix Services $302.85 April 2, 2019 CowdinCleaning Services $748.00 CrimeSceneInfo Services $109.87 1. roll call CsprPD Funding $389.01 Casper City Council met in regular DavidsonMech Goods $768.59 session at 6:00 p.m., Tuesday, April Dell Goods $3,912.21 2, 2019. Present: Councilmembers DeltaDental Services $34,193.39 Bates, Freel, Hopkins, Johnson, Lutz, DesertMtn Goods $14,190.95 Pacheco, Walsh and Mayor Powell. DrugTestingNC Services $95.00 Absent: Councilmember Huber. EngDsgnAssoc Services $5,450.00 Moved by Councilmember Freel, EnvisionElect Services $1,925.00 seconded by Councilmember Walsh, FConaway Services $95.00 to, by minute action, excuse the FirstData Services $1,079.92 absence of Councilmember Huber. FirstInterstateBank Services $12.00 Motion passed. FirstInterstateBank Services $159.00 2. pledge of allegiance GeosyntecConsult Consult $4,586.60 Citizen Dean Welch led the audience GWMechanical Services $11,630.00 in the Pledge of Allegiance. HolthseApprsl Svc $3,000.00 3. minutes Homax Goods $3,427.58 Moved by Councilmember Johnson, HopperDisp Services $45,801.00 seconded by Councilmember Bates, J Peterson Reimb $138.95 to, by minute action, approve the JWatson Reimb $75.00 minutes of the March 19, 2019, K Suba Reimb $99.71 regular Council meeting, as published KSvoboda Reimb $100.00 in the Casper-Star Tribune on March LawOffHMYoungJr Services $1,350.00 26, 2019. Motion passed. LisasSpicnSpan Services $430.00 4. executive session minutes LStetson Reimb $133.50 Moved by Councilmember Johnson, MBaden Refund $17.42 seconded by Councilmember Freel, to, MDolbare Reimb $75.00 by minute action, approve the minutes MillsPolice Services $2,537.20 of the March 19, 2019, executive Nalco Supp $15,651.72 session. Councilmember Walsh NationalBenefitServices Services $484.05 abstained from voting because he NCHealthDept Funding $90,000.00 was absent from the March 19, 2019 NCMealsonWheels Funding $8,062.20 executive session. Motion passed. NCSheriffsOffice Funding $9,197.20 5. bills & claims NMoore Reimb $275.58 Moved by Councilmember Hopkins, NrthrnLghtsMfg Services $960.00 seconded by Councilmember Pacheco, OfficeStateLands Services $96,220.69 to, by minute action, approve payment OneCallofWy Services $217.50 of the April 2, 2019, bills and claims, PCN Services $59,687.75 as audited by City Manager Napier. PeakGeosolutions Services $4,643.68 Motion passed. Pepsi Goods $643.10 Bills & Claims PorterMuirhead Services $35,250.00 04/02/19 PostalPros Services $10,368.30 ABaedke Reimb $69.27 PowerScreening Services $28,017.58 AMBI Services $72.39 RailroadManagement Services $235.41 AmericanTitle Services $250.00 ResourceManagement Goods $434.25 ARaver Reimb $21.00 RockyMtnPower Services $187,877.70 ArrowheadHeating Services $816.42 SamParsonsUpholstery Services $391.66 AtlntcElect Services $37,378.73 SChaney Reimb $624.32 BakerHostetler Services $1,619.50 SkylineRanches Services $482.31 Balefill Services $107,909.70 StantecConsultingSvcsInc Projects $26,865.25 Services $90.24 BankOfAmerica Goods $169,253.90 StarTribune Services $298.44 BHEnergy Services $45,754.97 StarTribune Assmt $5,000.00 BWilladson Reimb $21.90 StructuralDynamcs Reimb $34.41 CasparBuildSystems Services $288,631.18 TElhart Reimb $75.00 CasperLeagueOfWomen Services $887.70 TGaines Projects $6,208.65 CasperPubSafetyComm Services $5,624.50 TrihydroCorp Services $1,110.00 CATC Funding $2,525.44 UrgentCare Supplies $11,550.00 CBangerter Resale $152.50 WarriorKit Services $1,857.19 CBChurch Refund $49.25 WestlandPark $829.00 CentralPaint&Body Services $5,180.25 WorthingtonLenhart&Carpenter Services Goods $60.00 Centurylink Services $987.31 WyNotaryDivision $1,463,024.74 CGarner Refund $12.29 CHickel Refund $30.48 6. bright spot Powell greeted Sherry CIGNA Services $11,741.47 Mayor CityofCasper Services $27,787.21 McAlpin, Executive Director of CobanTech Services $1,860.00 Serve Wyoming. Ms. McAlpin shared CollectionCenter Services $901.66 information about the various projects CommTech Goods $12,050.76 and programs run by the organization. She introduced AmeriCorps and Senior Corps staff and members. Mayor Powell then read and presented the 2019 National Service Recognition Day proclamation to the group. 7. communications from persons present Individuals addressing the Council were: Keith Rolland, 542 S. Durbin, regarding the pledge of allegiance, employee drug testing, selling the Events Center, deficit spending and the funding of the Casper Area Economic Development Alliance; and R.C. Johnson, 450 N. Washington, regarding Equal Pay Day. 8. establish public hearings Moved by Councilmember Walsh, seconded by Councilmember Hopkins, to, by minute action: establish April 16, 2019, as the public hearing date for the consideration of the vacation of a portion of South Elm Street, between West Collins and West 8th Street; and new Distillery Satellite Liquor License No. 1 for Backwards Distilling Company, LLC, d/b/a Backwards Distilling Company Satellite, located at 214 South Wolcott. Motion passed. 9. A public hearing - resolution Mayor Powell opened the public hearing for the consideration of the adoption of the fiscal year 2019 budget amendment #2. City Attorney Henley entered one (1) exhibit: correspondence from Tom Pitlick to J. Carter Napier, dated March 22, 2019. 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. 19-49 A RESOLUTION AMENDING THE FISCAL YEAR 2019 BUDGET OF THE OF THE CITY OF CASPER, AUTHORIzING THE ADJUSTMENT OF FUNDS THEREUNDER. Councilmember Pacheco presented the foregoing resolution for adoption. Seconded by Councilmember Bates. Councilmember Walsh abstained from voting on the personnel raises. Motion passed. 9. B public hearing - minute action Moved by Councilmember Walsh, seconded by Councilmember Bates, to, by minute action, cancel the public hearing for the consideration of the West Casper Commerce Center Addition, and reestablish April 16, 2019, as the public hearing date for consideration of same. Motion passed. 9. c public hearing - minute action Mayor Powell opened the public hearing for the consideration of the transfer of location for Retail Liquor License No. 21, from Modern Electric Co, d/b/a Wyoming Bootlegger Liquor, located at 240 & 242 West 1st Street to Modern Electric Co, d/b/a Wyoming Bootlegger Liquor, located at 100 North Ash. City Attorney Henley entered five (5) exhibits: correspondence from Fleur Tremel, to J. Carter Napier, dated March 19, 2019; an affidavit of publication, as published in the Casper-Star Tribune, dated March 11, 2019; an affidavit of website publication, as published on the City of Casper website, dated March 20, 2019; an affidavit of notice of conspicuous posting, as posted at 100 North Ash Street, dated March 20, 2019; and the liquor license application filed February 22, 2019. City Manager Napier provided a brief report. There being no one to speak for or against the issues involving Retail Liquor License No. 21, the public hearing was closed. Moved by Councilmember Johnson, seconded by Councilmember Freel, to, by minute action, authorize the transfer of location of Retail Liquor License No. 21. Councilmember Bates voted nay. Motion passed. 10. ordinance– third reading Following ordinance read: ORDINANCE NO. 7-19 AN ORDINANCE APPROvING THE CABIN CREEK ESTATES NO. 4 SUBDIvISION AGREEMENT AND THE FINAL PLAT OF CABIN CREEK ESTATES NO. 4, COMPRISING 0.22 ACRES, MORE OR LESS. WHEREAS, an application has been made for final plat approval of Cabin Creek Estates No. 4, creating a single lot subdivision (the “plat”); and, WHEREAS, the plat consists of previously unplatted land located within the Paradise valley Golf Course property, being a Portion of the SE1/4 of Section 14, T.33N., R.80W., 6th P.M., Natrona County, Wyoming; and, WHEREAS, a written subdivision agreement will be entered into with the City of Casper, which will be approved with the plat upon third reading of this ordinance; and, WHEREAS, the plat requires approval by ordinance following a public hearing; and, WHEREAS, after a public hearing, the City of Casper Planning and zoning Commission passed a motion recommending that the City Council approve the request to plat the above referenced property; and, WHEREAS, the governing body of the City of Casper finds that the above described plat and subdivision agreements should be approved. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE GOvERNING BODY OF THE CITY OF CASPER, WYOMING: SECTION 1: That the Mayor is hereby authorized and directed to execute, and the City Clerk to attest, the Cabin Creek Estates No. 4 Subdivision Agreement. SECTION 2: That the final plat of the Cabin Creek Estates No. 4 Addition is hereby approved under terms and conditions of the Cabin Creek Estates No. 4 Subdivision Agreement. SECTION 3: 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 5th day of March, 2019. PASSED on 2nd reading the 19th day of March, 2019. PASSED, APPROvED, AND ADOPTED on 3rd and final reading the 2nd day of April, 2019. Councilmember Hopkins presented the foregoing ordinance for approval, on third reading. Seconded by Councilmember Freel. There being no one to speak regarding the ordinance, and no discussion or amendments, motion passed. 11. consent resolutions The following resolutions were considered, by consent agenda: RESOLUTION NO. 19-50 A RESOLUTION APPROvING A 3-YEAR AGREEMENT WITH THOMSON REUTERS FOR WESTLAW INTERNET LEGAL RESEARCH SERvICES FOR THE CITY ATTORNEY’S OFFICE. RESOLUTION NO. 19-51 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIzING AN AGREEMENT WITH WHITED FLOOR SURFACING, FOR THE REC CENTER FLOOR REFINISHING, PROJECT NO. 18091. RESOLUTION NO. 19-52 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIzING AN AGREEMENT WITH JTL GROUP, INC., DBA KNIFE RIvER, FOR THE 2019 RESIDENTIAL STREETS IMPROvEMENTS, PROJECT NO. 18-062. RESOLUTION NO. 19-53 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIzING AN AGREEMENT WITH AIR INNOvATIONS FOR THE BALER BUILDING CO-RAY -vAC REPLACEMENT, PROJECT NO. 18-098. RESOLUTION NO. 19-54 A RESOLUTION TO ESTABLISH FUNDING GUIDELINES FOR THE CITY OF CASPER’S HEALTH FUND. RESOLUTION NO. 19-55 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIzING A CONTRACT FOR PROFESSIONAL SERvICES WITH GEOSYNTEC CONSULTANTS, INC., FOR THE CASPER REGIONAL LANDFILL LIFETIME PERMIT ANNUAL REPORTING & MONITORING, PROJECT NO. 19-005. RESOLUTION NO. 19-56 A RESOLUTION ADOPTING THE 2019 COUNCIL GOALS. Councilmember Walsh presented the foregoing seven (7) resolutions for adoption. Seconded by Councilmember Johnson. Councilmember Walsh voted nay on Resolution No. 19-56. Motion passed. 12. minute action– consent Moved by Councilmember Walsh, seconded by Councilmember Hopkins, to, by consent minute action, authorize the rejection of bids for the City Facilities Security Door Upgrades Project. Motion passed. 13. introduction of measures and proposals Councilmember Walsh requested that American flags line City streets for special events. Councilmember Bates asked that consideration be given to the necessity of additional sewer clean-out trucks. Councilmember Freel shared that he had followed up with the School District regarding school speed zones. 14. 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, April 9, 2019, in the Council’s meeting room; and, a regular Council meeting to be held at 6:00 p.m., Tuesday, April 16, 2019, in the Council Chambers. At 6:50 p.m., it was moved Councilmember Pacheco, seconded by Councilmember Freel, to adjourn into executive session to discuss land acquisition and potential litigation. Motion passed. Council moved into the Council meeting room. At 7:23 p.m., it was moved by Councilmember Hopkins, seconded by Councilmember Johnson, to adjourn the executive session. Council returned to the Council Chambers. 15. adjournment At 7:23 p.m., it was moved by Councilmember Pacheco, seconded by Councilmember Freel, to adjourn the regular Council meeting. Motion passed. Published April 13, 2019 Legal No: 53169

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