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COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS EdgeEngineering Casper City Hall – Council Chambers ElectRecyclers October 2, 2018 EngDsgnAssoc EnvironmentalCivilSolutions Casper City Council met in regular ETech session at 6:00 p.m., Tuesday, October FirstData 2, 2018. Present: Councilmembers FirstInterstateBank Hopkins, Huber, Johnson, Laird, FirstInterstateBank Morgan, Powell, Walsh and Mayor GeosyntecConsult Pacheco. Absent: Councilmember GilesTransport GlobalSpect Humphrey. Moved by Councilmember Huber, GReble seconded by Councilmember Hawkins Walsh, to, by minute action, excuse HButler the absence of Councilmember HDR Engineering HewlettPackard Humphrey. Motion passed. Mayor Pacheco led the audience in the Homax InbergMillerEngineers Pledge of Allegiance. Mayor Pacheco then shared that ISC Darren and Kim Mizokami had ITCElec recently passed away in an accident. J Gall Mayor Pacheco said that Darren JFrank Mizokami had served as a City JSpeiser employee for about 25 years, described JTLGroup his positive attitude, and extended KellySvcs the condolences of the Council to his KPietrzak family. A moment of silence was held KubwaterResources LandmarkStrct in their honor. Moved by Councilmember Hopkins, LBowden seconded by Councilmember Walsh, LnclnNtlLife to, by minute action, approve the LongBuildingTech minutes of the September 18, 2018, MBaker regular Council meeting, as published MKeith in the Casper-Star Tribune on MLawrence September 30, 2018. Motion passed. MMikesell Moved by Councilmember Johnson, MMoravec seconded by Councilmember Powell, MtnWValtns to, by minute action, approve payment MWSchafer of the October 2, 2018, bills and Nalco claims, as audited by City Manager Napa NAzU Napier. Motion passed. OfficeStateLands Bills & Claims OhlsonLavoie 10/02/18 33 MileRdImp svcs $230.72 OneCallofWy AAALandscaping Services $357.37 Printworks ABaedke Reimb $77.06 RecycledMaterials AHiatt Reimb $234.99 RockyMtnPower AMBI Services $713.37 RodBarstadsPnt Ameritech Services $623.61 SeniorPatientAdvocates Arcadis Services $4,139.08 SheetMetalSpec Balefill Services $84,060.23 ShoshoneDistributing BankOfAmerica Goods $161,833.04 Smarsh BarDSigns Goods $750.73 SNisses BHEnergy Services $5,630.14 SOdell Brenntag Goods $64,867.10 SolidWasteProfessionals CarolinaSoftware Services $694.77 StealthPartnerGroup Caselle Services $75.00 SuperiorTramway CasparBuildSystems Services $200,285.10 TopOffice Centurylink Services $2,011.91 TransmissionDist CIGNA Services $11,758.11 TylerTech CistrixSystems Services $6,653.70 UrgentCare CityofCasper Services $6,119.62 UvDoctorLamps CivilEngineeringProfessionals Projects $5,062.50 VCarrazco CobanTech Services $1,020.00 VisionServicePlan CommTech Goods $14,545.00 WBohman Comtronix Services $851.85 WERCSCommunications CowdinCleaning Services $952.00 WesternWaterConsult CrimeSceneInfo Services $86.25 WorthingtonLenhart&Carpenter CsprCommGrnhse Funding $47,870.00 WYDOT Dell Goods $1,387.70 WyLawEnforcementAcademy DeltaDental Services $1,543.50 WyMachinery DPCIndustries Goods $13,984.44 WyNotaryDivision Services $65.00 Services $19,085.35 Services $687.50 Services $950.19 Services $11,259.21 Services $5,874.42 Services $1,730.46 Services $605.60 Consult $5,586.15 Svc $1,090.00 Funding $82,909.91 Refund $224.64 Goods $4,773.24 Refund $45.04 Projects $3,405.00 Goods $29,555.92 Goods $17,319.01 Services $8,738.75 Supplies $75,147.43 Services $199.20 Reimb $72.45 Reimb $152.69 Reimb $977.08 Services $34,805.32 Services $589.60 Refund $600.00 Goods $5,099.97 Refund $41.30 Refund $336.38 Services $266.76 Services $2,171.43 Reimb $249.54 Refund $41.30 Refund $860.00 Reimb $360.00 Refund $38.42 Appraisel $4,000.00 Reimb $149.10 Supp $16,221.60 Goods $114,671.28 Speaker $11,979.75 Services $3,434.22 Services $236.53 Services $609.75 Supp $149.24 Services $13,000.00 Services $213,991.20 Services $1,014.50 Services $1,800.00 Goods $1,285.00 Goods $292.00 Services $1,691.50 Refund $38.40 Refund $5.77 Services $31,341.89 Services $53,667.54 Services $356.09 Goods $230.10 Supplies $2,149.50 Software$139,681.00 Services $54.00 Goods $6,838.62 Refund $8.00 Services $1,653.22 Reimb $592.37 Services $1,507.28 Services $3,706.76 Services $22,694.00 Services $25.53 Services $1,206.00 Goods $87,697.19 Goods $30.00 $1,692,342.08 Bob King, 3551 E. 21st, addressed Council to ask about the Planning and Zoning recommendation regarding parking on the parkway. City Manager Napier, Councilmembers Walsh and Laird addressed the matter, stating that nothing formal was decided. Mr. King asked about consideration of the parking study. Mayor Pacheco indicated that no changes would occur at this time. Next, Anne Ladd and Lisa Scroggins, representing the Natrona County Public Library, addressed Council to explain library funding and requesting consideration for optional one percent funding. Councilmembers Laird, Powell and Hopkins asked questions and spoke regarding funding for the library. Then Daron Gruner, 3611 Ridgecrest, addressed Council, but was informed he should come forward for the upcoming Microbrewery Liquor License public hearing. Dennis Steensland, 533 S. Washington, shared with Council his opinion on three optional one cent requests that were not funded. Moved by Councilmember Walsh, seconded by Councilmember Hopkins, to, by minute action: establish October 16, 2018, as the public hearing date for the consideration of ordinance for the Qwest Corporation, d/b/a Century Link Franchise; and new restaurant Liquor License No. 40 for Yang & Zhang, Inc., d/b/a Lime Leaf Asian Bistro, located at 845 East 2nd Street. Councilmember Huber was absent for this vote. Motion passed. Mayor Pacheco opened the public hearing for the consideration of the hours of sale of alcoholic liquors or malt beverages. City Attorney Henley entered one (1) exhibits: correspondence from John Henley to J. Carter Napier, dated September 13, 2018. City Manager Napier provided a brief report. Speaking in support was Henry Groenenberg, representing the Johnson Group. Mike Reid, Poplar Wine and Spirits also addressed Council to share concerns about the extension of the hours. Councilmembers Laird and Walsh shared their opinions on the matter. There being no others to speak for or against the issues involving the hours of sale of alcoholic liquors or malt beverages, the public hearing was closed. Following ordinance read: ORDINANCE NO. 18-18 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 5.08.320 – HOURS OF SALE OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES – OF THE CASPER MUNICIPAL CODE. Councilmember Johnson presented the foregoing ordinance for approval, on first reading. Seconded by Councilmember Laird. Councilmembers discussed the matter. Councilmembers Hopkins and Walsh, and Mayor Pacheco voted nay. Motion passed. Mayor Pacheco opened the public hearing for the consideration of the issuance of Microbrewery Liquor License No. 5, for Gruner Brothers Brewing Corp, d/b/a Gruner Brothers Brewing, located at 1301 Wilkins Circle. City Attorney Henley entered five (5) exhibits: correspondence from Fleur Tremel, to J. Carter Napier, dated September 14, 2018; an affidavit of publication, as published in the Casper-Star Tribune, dated September 27, 2018; an affidavit of website publication, as published on the City of Casper website, dated September 20, 2018; an affidavit of notice of conspicuous posting, as posted at 1301 Wilkins Circle, dated September 20, 2018; and the liquor license application filed September 6, 2018. City Manager Napier provided a brief report. Speaking in support was Daron Gruner, 3611 Ridgecrest. Councilmembers Powell, Huber, and Laird had questions, which Mr. Gruner addressed. There being no others to speak for or against the issues involving Microbrewery Liquor License No. 7, the public hearing was closed. Moved by Councilmember Hopkins, seconded by Councilmember Walsh, to, by minute action, authorize the issuance of Microbrewery Liquor License No. 7. Councilmembers Hopkins and Morgan expressed their support of the business. Motion passed. Following ordinance read: ORDINANCE NO. 16-18 AN ORDINANCE APPROVING A ZONE CHANGE OF LOTS 1 THROUGH 8 INCLUSIVE, BLOCK 1 NORTH BURLINGTON ADDITION IN THE CITY OF CASPER, WYOMING. Councilmember Walsh presented the foregoing ordinance for approval, on third reading. Seconded by Councilmember Laird. There being no one to speak regarding the ordinance, and no discussion or amendments, motion passed. Following ordinance read: ORDINANCE NO. 17-18 AN ORDINANCE REPEALING AND REPLACING SECTION 5.24.070 OF THE CASPER MUNICIPAL CODE PERTAINING TO THE GUEST REGISTRATION OF HOTELS, MOTELS, AND ROOMINGHOUSES. Councilmember Walsh presented the foregoing ordinance for approval, on second reading. Seconded by Councilmember Johnson. There being no one to speak regarding the ordinance, and no discussion or amendments, motion passed. Following resolution read: RESOLUTION NO. 18-206 A RESOLUTION ADOPTING PRIORITIES FOR USE OF THE OPTIONAL 1%#16 SALES TAx AND COMMITTING SALES TAx FUNDS TO SAID PRIORITIES. Councilmember Johnson presented the foregoing resolution for adoption. Seconded by Councilmember Hopkins. City Manager Napier provided a brief report. Each member of Council spoke regarding the sales tax priorities. Overall, Councilmembers shared their concerns about what was not funded, their excitement about the use of the monies, and views on the process used to establish the priorities. Moved by Councilmember Hopkins, seconded by Councilmember Laird, to amend the last paragraph of the resolution to reflect that excess tax receipts be referred to as unallocated tax receipts. Motion to amend the resolution passed. Then the motion to pass the resolution, as amended, passed. The following resolutions were considered, by consent agenda: RESOLUTION NO. 18-207 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING A CONTRACT WITH THE CASPER—NATRONA COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT (PROGRAM PROVIDER). RESOLUTION NO. 18-208 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING A CONTRACT WITH THE YOUTH CRISIS CENTER (PROGRAM PROVIDER). RESOLUTION NO. 18-209 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING A CONTRACT WITH THE CENTRAL WYOMING SENIOR SERVICES (PROGRAM PROVIDER). RESOLUTION NO. 18-210 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING A CONTRACT WITH THE CASPER MOUNTAIN FIRE DISTRICT (PROGRAM PROVIDER). RESOLUTION NO. 18-211 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING A CONTRACT WITH THE CHILDREN’S ADVOCACY PROJECT, INC. (PROGRAM PROVIDER). RESOLUTION NO. 18-212 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING A CONTRACT WITH THE MERCER FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER (PROGRAM PROVIDER). RESOLUTION NO. 18-213 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING A CONTRACT WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF WYOMING COOPERATIVE ExTENSION SERVICE (PROGRAM PROVIDER). RESOLUTION NO. 18-214 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING CHANGE ORDER NO. 1 TO THE AGREEMENT WITH TRETO CONSTRUCTION, LLC, FOR A TIME ExTENSION OF SEVENTY-THREE (73) DAYS FOR THE BEGONIA LIFT STATION UPGRADES, PROJECT NO. 14-08. RESOLUTION NO. 18-215 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING CHANGE ORDER NO. 1 TO THE AGREEMENT WITH WYOMING OFFICE DELIVERIES, INC., FOR A TIME ExTENSION OF ONE HUNDRED TWENTY-FOUR (124) DAYS FOR THE CASPER EVENTS CENTER 2018 SEATING REPLACEMENT, PROJECT NO. 17-077. RESOLUTION NO. 18-216 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING A CONTRACT FOR OUTSIDECITY WATER SERVICE WITH FULLSPEED SERVICE, LLC FOR THE FULLSPEED SUBDIVISION. Councilmember Laird presented the foregoing ten (10) resolutions for adoption. Seconded by Councilmember Powell. Councilmember Huber abstained from voting on Resolution No. 18210. Motion passed. Councilmember Laird requested that Council consider a resolution against bullying and holding executive sessions at the beginning, rather than at the end of Council meetings. Mayor Pacheco noted the next meetings of the City Council will be a work session to be held at 4:30 p.m., Tuesday, October 9, 2018, in the Council’s meeting room; and, a regular Council meeting to be held at 6:00 p.m., Tuesday, October 16, 2018, in the Council Chambers. At 7:45 p.m., it was moved Councilmember Laird, seconded by Councilmember Huber, to adjourn into executive session to discuss property acquisition and personnel. Motion passed. Council moved into the Council meeting room. At 8:09 pm it was moved by Councilmember Walsh, seconded by Councilmember Laird, to adjourn the executive session. Council returned to the Council Chambers. At 8:09 p.m., it was moved by Councilmember Powell, seconded by Councilmember Walsh, to adjourn the regular Council meeting. Motion passed. Published: October 10, 2018 Legal No: 46984

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