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COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS railroad transportation safer; Rob Casper City Hall – Council Chambers Caputa, Caputa’s Catering, asking June 4, 2019 about the status of designating food truck parking lots, and temporary food truck permits for out-of-town 1. roll call Casper City Council met in regular vendors; Jason Booth, 3400 Navarre, session at 6:00 p.m., Tuesday, June 4, sharing his concerns about a shortage 2019. Present: Councilmembers Bates, of employees in town and other Freel, Hopkins, Huber, Johnson, Lutz, factors limiting small businesses; Paul Pacheco, Walsh and Mayor Powell. Paad, 2781 Cherokee, asking for a 2. minutes response on insurance requirements Moved by Councilmember Walsh, for special events; and Keith Rolland, seconded by Councilmember Freel, 542 S. Durbin, requesting the certified to, by minute action, approve the public accountant (CPA) position minutes of the May 21, 2019, regular be combined with the chief financial Council meeting, as published in the officer (CFO), asking about the Casper-Star Tribune on June 1, 2019. Council responses to communications from persons present, and stating that Motion passed. the City is legislating too many things. 3. bills & claims Moved by Councilmember Hopkins, Mayor Powell then began the seconded by Councilmember Johnson, portion of the meeting designed to, by minute action, approve payment to allow Council to respond to of the June 4, 2019, bills and claims, concerns brought forward during as audited by City Manager Napier. communications from persons present. Mayor Powell, Councilmembers Motion passed. Lutz, and Pacheco spoke regarding Bills & Claims 06/04/19 1stAmerTitle Services $1,028.00 the railroad safety issue. Council AEckhart Reimb $19.05 agreed that the railroad issue would AMBI Services $587.43 be added to a future work session Ameritech Services $1,916.25 agenda. City Manager Napier told ARSFlood Services $16,916.32 Council that a long-term lease for the Balefill Services $94,169.46 Goodstein parking lot, which could be BankOfAmerica Goods $231,919.50 used for food trucks, is being worked BCheesley Refund $30.24 out with the State of Wyoming. BHEnergy Services $17.11 Mayor Powell then stated that the Brenntag Goods $10,599.24 insurance requirements for special CASA Funding $3,081.90 events was part of the special events CasperElectric Services $1,995.00 guide, which had been adopted by CasperPubSafetyComm Services $5,624.50 resolution. Council then agreed that CATC Funding $160,577.49 the option for out-of-town vendors to Centurylink Services $1,129.84 get a temporary license, without the Ch2mHill Services $34,586.73 same requirements as local vendors, CIGNA Services $11,711.96 be added to a future work session Councilmember Huber CityofCasper Services $6,119.62 agenda. CLangston Reimb $31.90 then shared his opinion that many CMorrison Reimb $115.25 matters need to be regulated before a CollectionCenter Services $1,258.13 problem occurs so that expectations CommTech Goods $14,144.49 are clear and that managing many CrimeSceneInfo Services $109.87 problems on an individual basis is CsprPD Funding $875.63 not reasonable. Mayor Powell then Dell Goods $3,040.64 stated that a copy of the special events DeltaDental Services $37,265.85 guide would be provided to Mr. Paad. DesertMtn Goods $21,447.95 Councilmember Lutz shared her DFS Services $120.00 knowledge of the roles of a CPA and DMintle Svcs $200.00 a CFO. DooleyOil Fuel $16,488.25 8. establish public hearings DPCIndustries Goods $7,052.05 Moved by Councilmember Huber, EngDsgnAssoc Services $750.00 seconded by Councilmember Freel, FirstData Services $5,739.35 to, by minute action, establish June 18, FirstInterstateBank Services $205.00 2019, as the public hearing date for the FmlyJrnyCtr Services $339.79 consideration of: GeosyntecConsult Consult $6,965.46 a. an ordinance approving a plat GilesTransport Svc $665.00 creating Fleming Addition to the GlobalSpect Funding $82,909.91 City of Casper, and approving the GolderAssociates Services $3,986.13 subdivision agreement for said HDR Engineering Projects $4,440.30 addition; HIhrig Reimb $500.00 b. fiscal year 2020 budget; Hitek Services $141.00 c. budget amendment #3; and HLorenzen Refund $52.23 d. new Restaurant Liquor License Homax Goods $24,032.09 No. 40 for Thai Kitchen Casper, LLC ImsInfrastrct Software $19,701.75 d/b/a Thai Kitchen, located at 1120 ITCElec Services $540.60 East 12th Street. JEllenbecker Refund $44.56 Motion passed. JTLGroup Services $492.49 9.A.1 public hearing - ordinance JTMiller Refund $42.67 Mayor Powell opened the public KVDavisConseling Speaker $100.00 hearing for the consideration of the LeewardTreeFrm Misc $250.00 ordinance amending site plan approval LisasSpicnSpan Services $198.00 criteria. City Attorney Henley entered LnclnNtlLife Services $282.03 one (1) exhibit: correspondence from LSchuelke Refund $77.74 John Henley to J. Carter Napier, dated MAnderson Services $100.00 May 17, 2019. City Manager Napier MBaker Refund $51.14 provided a brief report. There being McMurryReadyMix Goods $248.75 no one to speak for or against the MillsPolice Services $956.30 issues involving the site plan approval Motorola Services $5,426.97 criteria, the public hearing was closed. MWalton Refund $31.34 Following ordinance read: Nalco Supp $16,308.00 ORDINANCE NO. 13-19 Napa Goods $81,182.88 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING NationalBenefitServices Services $54.00 SECTION 17.12.150 OF THE NCHealthDept Funding $45,000.00 CASPER MuNICIPAL CODE NCSheriffsOffice Funding $111,882.50 PERTAINING TO SITE PLANS. PCN Services $966,385.11 Councilmember Walsh presented the PepperTank Goods $5,920.00 foregoing ordinance for approval, Pepsi Goods $222.90 on first reading. Seconded by Bates. Motion Plygrd Hound Services $3,910.95 Councilmember PostalPros Services $15,918.30 passed. ProforceLawEnforcement Goods $589.55 9.A.2 public hearing - ordinance RecyklingIndRepairs Services $33,000.00 Mayor Powell opened the public RGrant Reimb $39.93 hearing for the consideration of the RockyMtnPower Services $46,473.63 ordinance amending planned unit RWilliams Refund $54.18 development (PuD) approval. City SDunnuck Reimb $72.00 Attorney Henley entered one (1) SlfHltCenter Services $7,752.55 exhibit: correspondence from John StarTribune Services $90.24 Henley to J. Carter Napier, dated StarTribune Subscrip $502.99 May 17, 2019. City Manager Napier StarTribune Services $1,931.91 provided a brief report. There being TDWardwell Refund $52.23 no one to speak for or against the TGarcia Reimb $160.00 issues involving PuD approval, the TNVC Svcs $10,672.20 public hearing was closed. Following TrihydroCorp Projects $9,505.47 ordinance read: TSmith Refund $25.41 ORDINANCE NO. 14-19 TSpringer Refund $73.45 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING 17.52.100 AND TTurnbull Refund $13.94 SECTIONS VisionServicePlan Services $1,169.58 17.52.110 OF THE CASPER WasteWaterTreatment Funding $346,025.30 MuNICIPAL CODE ABOuT PuD WaterTechnologyGroup Services $79,112.00 APPROVAL. WesternPlainsLandscaping Services $9,250.00 Councilmember Hopkins presented WesternWaterConsult Services $22,982.05 the foregoing ordinance for approval, WestPlainsEngineering Services $400.00 on first reading. Seconded by WH LLC Services $686.25 Councilmember Johnson. Motion WstrnStsFire Supp $61,357.45 passed. WyMedCenter Services $325.90 9.a.3 public hearing - ordinance WyPowerWash Services $4,352.00 Mayor Powell opened the public $2,726,905.10 hearing for the consideration of an ordinance amending subdivisions. 4. pledge of allegiance Mayor Powell led the audience in the City Attorney Henley entered one (1) exhibit: correspondence from John Pledge of Allegiance. Henley to J. Carter Napier, dated 5. executive session minutes Moved by Councilmember Walsh, May 17, 2019. City Manager Napier seconded by Councilmember Johnson, provided a brief report. There being to, by minute action, approve the no one to speak for or against the minutes of the May 21, 2019, executive issues involving subdivisions, the session. Motion passed. public hearing was closed. Following 6. bright spots – liz becher ordinance read: ORDINANCE NO. 15-19 Mayor Powell then announced that Liz Becher had been named the AN ORDINANCE AMENDING 2018-2019 District 5440 Rotarian of SECTION 16.08.040 OF THE the Year. Mayor Powell then shared CASPER MuNICIPAL CODE TO an overview of the numerous events, HARMONIzE WITH WYOMING projects, and programs Ms. Becher STATuTES § 15-1-501 (A)(III). and Rotary International members Councilmember Walsh presented the have supported at the local, district, foregoing ordinance for approval, zone, and international level. Mayor on first reading. Seconded by Powell thanked Ms. Becher for her Councilmember Johnson. Motion “Service Above Self ” and provided her passed. 9.A.4 public hearing - ordinance with a certificate of commendation. 7. communications from persons Mayor Powell opened the public hearing for the consideration of present Individuals addressing the Council camping in the City limits. City were: Charles Randolph, requesting Attorney Henley entered one (1) Council support legislation to make exhibit: correspondence from John Henley to J. Carter Napier, dated May 29, 2019. City Manager Napier provided a brief report. There being no one to speak for or against the issues involving camping in City limits the public hearing was closed. Following ordinance read: ORDINANCE NO. 16-19 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 9.48 OF THE CASPER MuNICIPAL CODE REGARDING CAMPING IN THE CITY LIMITS. Councilmember Pacheco presented the foregoing ordinance for approval, on first reading. Seconded by Councilmember Walsh. Moved by Councilmember Huber to amend the ordinance to use the language discussed at the last work session, with the exception of allowing fourteen (14) days instead of seven (7) days for camping on private property. Mayor Powell asked for further discussion of the ordinance before amendments. Council discussed the matter briefly. Councilmember Hopkins seconded the motion to amend. Councilmembers discussed what amount of regulation would be reasonable, and other laws that already regulate some of the camping related issues. Councilmember Lutz asked about enforcement, which City Manager Napier addressed. Mayor Powell and Councilmembers Hopkins and Huber voted aye, motion to amend the ordinance failed. Moved by Councilmember Freel to amend the ordinance to not allow camping on public property in the City of Casper. Seconded by Councilmember Pacheco. City Manager Napier asked for clarification and City Attorney Henley indicated that some public property would be owned by other entities such as the County or School District. Council discussed the matter. Councilmember Freel restated the amendment and added “unless permitted by a designated authority”, or language to that effect. Councilmembers Lutz and Walsh voted nay, motion to amend passed. Moved by Councilmember Johnson to amend the ordinance to allow camping in a City-owned campground. Seconded by Councilmember Bates. Motion to amend passed. Councilmembers shared their opinions on the ordinance and the amendments. Council then voted on the ordinance, on first reading, as amended. Councilmembers Huber and Mayor Powell voted nay, motion passed. 9.a.5 public hearing - ordinance Mayor Powell opened the public hearing for the consideration of small trailer parking restrictions. City Attorney Henley entered one (1) exhibit: correspondence from John Henley to J. Carter Napier, dated May 29, 2019. City Manager Napier provided a brief report. There being no one to speak for or against the issues involving small trailer parking, the public hearing was closed. Following ordinance read: ORDINANCE NO. 17-19 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 10 OF THE CASPER MuNICIPAL CODE PERTAINING TO PARKING. Councilmember Bates presented the foregoing ordinance for approval, on first reading. Seconded by Councilmember Lutz. Councilmember Hopkins voted nay. Motion passed. 9.B public hearing - minute action Mayor Powell opened the public hearing for the consideration of the issuance of new Resort Liquor License No. 8 West Center Hospitality Ops, LLC d/b/a Platte River Saloon, located at 123 West ‘E’ Street. City Attorney Henley entered five (5) exhibits: correspondence from Fleur Tremel, to J. Carter Napier, dated May 16, 2019; an affidavit of publication, as published in the Casper-Star Tribune, dated May 28, 2019; an affidavit of website publication, as published on the City of Casper website, dated May 17, 2019; an affidavit of notice of conspicuous posting, as posted at 123 West ‘E’ Street, dated May 16, 2019; and the liquor license application filed May 2, 2019. City Manager Napier provided a brief report. There being no one to speak for or against the issues involving Resort Liquor License No. 8, the public hearing was closed. Moved by Councilmember Johnson, seconded by Councilmember Lutz, to, by minute action, authorize the issuance of Resort Liquor License No. 8. Councilmember Bates voted nay. Motion passed. 10.A ordinance– third reading Following ordinance read: ORDINANCE NO. 10-19 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING A PORTION OF CHAPTER 10.36.031 – MOBILE VENDOR PARKING Whereas, the current Casper Municipal code regarding the mobile vendor parking requires a correction to allow the reservation of parking spots; and, NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE CITY OF CASPER, WYOMING: that Section 10.36.031(C)(8) is amended as follows: Section 10.36.031(C)(8) shall be amended to remove a line and insert a line which reads: “Signs informing the public, of the reserved spacing pursuant to a MVPP, may be posted on the curb or sidewalk of reserved street parking spaces, and the City Manager, or his or her designee, shall determine the earliest time that the sign may be placed.” This Ordinance shall be effective on PASSED on 1st reading the 7th day of May, 2019. PASSED on 2nd reading the 21st day of May, 2019. PASSED on 3rd reading the 4th day of June, 2019. Councilmember Huber presented the foregoing ordinance for approval, on third reading. Seconded by Councilmember Walsh. The following citizens addressed Council: Dennis Steensland, 533 S. Washington, urging Council to finalize the food truck matters; and Jason Booth, 3400 Navarre, requesting de-regulation, urging Council to continue to improve downtown and pointing out that the new State office building will impact the downtown area. Motion passed. 10.B ordinance– third reading Following ordinance read: ORDINANCE NO. 11-19 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING PORTIONS OF CHAPTER 15.40 – INTERNATIONAL FIRE CODE OF THE CASPER MuNICIPAL CODE WHEREAS, the current Casper Municipal Code regarding The International Fire Code requires a technical correction and amendment for consistency; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE CITY OF CASPER, WYOMING: That Sections 15.40.010 and 15.40.080 of the Casper Municipal Code are hereby amended as follows: Section 15.40.010, shall have inserted after the phrase “amended by Section 15.40.70” the phrase “and 15.40.080”. Therefore, Section 15.40.010 shall state: “Pursuant to the authority granted by Wyoming Statutes Section 15-1-119, as amended, there is adopted by the city, for the purpose of prescribing regulations governing conditions hazardous to life and property from fire or explosion, that certain code known as the International Fire Code, published by the International Code Council being particularly the 2018 Edition thereof, including B, C, D, F, H, and I, save and except such portions are hereinafter deleted, modified, or amended by Section 15.40.070 and 15.40.080 of this chapter, hereinafter referred to as the International Fire Code. A copy of the International Fire Code is on file in the office of the city clerk and the office of the fire chief of the city.” Section 15.40.080 shall be amended to add a new section “E.” which shall read: E. Chapter 319.1 General to be amended to read: “Mobile food preparation vehicles, food stand, push carts or trailers that are equipped with appliances that produce smoke or greaseladen vapors shall comply with this section. However, non-enclosed food preparation vehicles, food stands, push carts and trailers are not required to install an exhaust hood and/or a fire protection system.” Cooking appliances that have the manufacturers’ built in venting systems are not required to have additional hood systems installed. Intermediate appeals of Casper Fire Department inspections pursuant to this paragraph shall be made to the City Council of Casper, which shall act as a board of appeal. Final appeal shall be to the State Fire Marshal, in accordance with state statute. Any person or entity adversely affected may appeal the fire department’s decision, with regard to the suitability of alternate materials, methods of construction or interpretation of the building, mechanical, electrical, plumbing and fire codes and amendment thereto adopted by the city. Appeal shall be commenced by the person by giving written notice of such appeal and stating therein the decision and reasons for the appeal to City Council as board of appeals within a period of five working days of the decision. The Casper Fire Department shall present, in writing, to the Casper City Council as board of appeals, within five working days thereafter, all facts and laws pertaining to the decision rendered by it. The Casper City Council, as board of appeals, shall, within thirty calendar days thereafter, hold a hearing and follow the hearing procedures set forth: 1. When an appeal is requested by an applicant, the City Council, as board of appeal, shall set a time, date and place for such hearing, and so notify the appealing party and the fire department in writing. Such notice shall include a statement of: The time, place and nature of the hearing. ii. A copy of the written request for appeal and the fire department’s response shall be attached as exhibits. 2. When a hearing is conducted, all interested parties may be in attendance and present testimony and exhibits and authorities upon which the parties rely. Each party may question witnesses. 3. upon completion of the hearing, the City Council or board shall render its decision, either affirming or reversing the decision of the fire department, or reversing in part or with qualifications of the decision of the fire department. This Ordinance shall be effective June 25, 2019. PASSED on 1st reading the 7th day of May, 2019. PASSED on 2nd reading the 21st day of May, 2019. PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED on third and final reading th the 4 day of June, 2019. Councilmember Pacheco presented the foregoing ordinance for approval, on third reading. Seconded by Councilmember Huber. Citizen Jason Booth, 3400 Navarre, addressed Council. Mr. Booth requested Council apply consistent standards to both food trucks and brick and mortar facilities. Councilmember Bates expressed concern with the International codes. Councilmember Johnson asked about the availability of the code to the public. City Manager Napier shared that a set of each of the International Codes had been taken to the Natrona County Public Library and that links are available on-line. City Attorney Henley shared information on the fair-use doctrine that would allow citizens to copy selected portions of the codes, as needed, at the public library, and confirmed that the on-line links to the International Code are acceptable to use. Council discussed the ordinance. Moved by Councilmember Freel to amend the ordinance to add “Cooking appliances that have the manufacturers’ built in venting systems are not required to have additional hood systems installed.” Seconded by Councilmember Hopkins. Council discussed the amendment. Councilmember Huber voted nay. Motion to amend passed. Moved by Councilmember Lutz to amend the ordinance so that mobile food venders have the same inspection schedule as brick and mortar facilities. Seconded by Councilmember Bates. Council discussed the matter. City Manager Napier shared information about the Natrona County Health Department inspections. Councilmember Lutz voted aye, motion to amend failed. Moved by Councilmember Huber to amend the ordinance to insert the term “Intermediate and Final” within the appeals process to specify the level of the appeal. Seconded by Councilmember Bates. Motion passed. Council then voted on the ordinance, on third reading, as amended. Motion passed. 10.C ordinance– third reading Following ordinance read: ORDINANCE NO. 12-19 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 12.24.030 OF THE CASPER MuNICIPAL CODE Whereas, the current Casper Municipal code regarding sidewalk obstructions require updating; and, NOW, THEREFORE BE IT ORDAINED BY THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE CITY OF CASPER, WYOMING; that Chapter 12.24.030 of the Casper Municipal Code is hereby amended as follows: Paragraph B shall be amended with the addition of the following at the end of paragraph B: …“or to authorize a non-permanent modification of the sidewalk or a portion thereof by the adjacent property owner for purposes of public safety and upon written agreement with the property owner and City Council approval.” This ordinance shall be effective June 25, 2019. PASSED on 1st reading the 7th day of May, 2019. PASSED on 2nd reading the 21st day of May, 2019. PASSED on 3rd reading the 4th day of June, 2019. Councilmember Pacheco 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. Councilmember Huber abstained from voting on this item. 11. consent resolutions The following resolutions were considered, by consent agenda: RESOLuTION NO. 19-90 A RESOLuTION APPROVING A 10-YEAR AGREEMENT WITH THOMSON REuTERS FOR WESTLAW PRINT LEGAL RESEARCH SERVICES FOR THE CITY ATTORNEY’S OFFICE. RESOLuTION NO. 19-91 A RESOLuTION APPROVING THE VACATION AND REPLAT OF CASPER ADDITION BLOCKS 1-12, BLOCK 1, LOTS 20-22, AS ASH STREET COMMONS, AND THE ASSOCIATED SuBDIVISION AGREEMENT. RESOLuTION NO. 19-92 A RESOLuTION APPROVING A DEED RESTRICTION AGREEMENT FOR LOTS 29, 30, 31, 32 AND 33, BLOCK 6, NORTH CASPER ADDITION TO THE CITY OF CASPER. RESOLuTION NO. 19-93 A RESOLuTION AuTHORIzING A COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT WITH THE WYOMING DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION FOR THE SOuTH POPLAR STREET AND WEST 1ST STREET uTILITIES PROJECT. RESOLuTION NO. 19-94 A RESOLuTION AuTHORIzING A COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT WITH THE WYOMING DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION FOR THE SOuTH POPLAR STREET AND WEST 1ST STREET ENHANCEMENTS PROJECT. RESOLuTION NO. 19-95 A RESOLuTION AuTHORIzING AN AGREEMENT WITH WEST PLAINS ENGINEERING, INC., FOR THE CASPER EVENTS CENTER FIRE ALARM AND SuPPRESSION IMPROVEMENTS, PROJECT NO. 17-073. RESOLuTION NO. 19-96 A RESOLuTION AuTHORIzING AN AGREEMENT WITH TRETO CONSTRuCTION, LLC, FOR THE WEST CASPER zONE II WATER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS, PROJECT NO. 15-59. RESOLuTION NO. 19-97 A RESOLuTION AuTHORIzING AN AGREEMENT WITH WIRED ELECTRIC, LLC, FOR HOGADON SKI BASIN WWTP GENERATOR, PROJECT NO. 18-095. RESOLuTION NO. 19-98 A RESOLuTION AuTHORIzING AN AGREEMENT WITH THE CENTRAL WYOMING REGIONAL WATER SYSTEM JOINT POWERS BOARD FOR CONSTRuCTION SERVICES FOR THE REGIONAL WATER SYSTEM CAISSON RECHARGE CHANNEL INTAKE PIPING EXTENSION. Councilmember Walsh presented the foregoing nine (9) resolutions for adoption. Seconded by Councilmember Johnson. Councilmember Freel abstained from voting on Resolution No. 19-91. Motion passed. 12. minute action– consent Moved by Councilmember Freel, seconded by Councilmember Huber, to, by consent minute action: a. authorizing the purchase of two (2) new one-half ton pickup truck Police vehicles, from Fremont Motors, for the total amount of $70,048; b. authorizing the purchase of three (3) new mid-size Police utility vehicles, from Fremont Motors, for the total Amount of $116,895; c. authorizing the Purchase of one (1) new dedicated turf sprayer, from Midland Implement Co., in the Total Amount of $52,636; d. authorizing the purchase of one (1) new aerator, from Midland Implement Co., in the total amount of $22,938; e. authorizing the purchase of one (1) three-quarter-ton cab and chassis pickup, from Greiner Ford, in the total amount of $26,649; f. authorizing the purchase of one (1) one-ton cab and chassis pickup with platform bed, from Greiner Ford, in the total amount of $47,063; and g. authorizing the inclusion of fiscal year 2019-2020 summary proposed budget into the minutes of the June 4, 2019, regular Council Meeting. Motion passed. City Wide FY20 Budget Summary General Fund City Council $473,676 City Manager 692,195 City Attorney 751,104 Municipal Court 619,293 City Clerk 443,372 Financial Services 2,695,394 Human Resources 883,141 Planning 672,543 Information Technology 1,542,735 Police Department 15,711,315 Fire-EMS 9,372,204 Code Enforcement 1,021,933 Engineering 827,041 Streets 3,857,138 Cemetery 441,030 Fort Caspar 424,946 Parks 2,043,438 Health, Social & Community Services 1,139,094 City Campus 397,959 Capital Projects Funds Capital Projects Funds 17,205,313 Opportunities Fund 8,534 Enterprise Funds Water 15,444,660 Water Treatment Plant 3,349,604 Sewer 7,582,969 Wastewater Treatment Plant 14,245,176 Refuse Collection 7,612,499 Balefill 9,725,790 Casper Events Center 1,109,535 Golf Course 751,049 Casper Recreation Center 1,418,068 Aquatics 1,175,066 Ice Arena 643,201 Hogadon Ski Area 926,349 Parking Lots 35,418 Special Revenue Funds Weed& Pest Control 588,677 Transit Services 2,029,966 Metropolitan Planning Organization 1,416,913 Police Grants 261,888 Fire Grants 156,100 Redevelopment Loan Fund 67,000 Revolving Land Fund 25,294 Debt Services Fund Special Assessments 3,001 Internal Services Funds Fleet Maintenance 2,460,784 Buildings & Structures 965,061 Property & Liability Insurance 2,132,806 Trust & Agency Funds Perpetual Care 646,375 Metro Animal Services 753,157 Public Safety Communications 2,685,08 Health Insurance 8,280,958 Total 153,025,216 Less Intergovernmental Transactions Transfers Out ( 7,156,840) Internal Services Charges ( 5,965,149) Total (13,121,989) Total $139,903.227 13. introduction of measures and proposals Councilmembers spoke on meetings and events. Councilmember Bates requested that the fireworks ban be discussed at the next work session. Councilmember Bates also asked that Council consider a 5% raise for all City employees who have greater than 20 years of service, for the 2021 budget. 14. adjournment Mayor Powell noted the next meetings of the City Council will be a work session to be held at 4:30 p.m., Tuesday, June 11, 2019, in the Council’s meeting room; and, a regular Council meeting to be held at 6:00 p.m., Tuesday, June 18, 2019, in the Council Chambers. Moved by Councilmember Hopkins, seconded by Councilmember Walsh, to, by minute action adjourn. Motion passed. The meeting was adjourned at 8:20 p.m. Published June 11, 2019 Legal No: 55323

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