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COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS PoliceDept Services $1,067.80 Casper City Hall – Council Chambers PostalPros Services $11,092.75 July 3, 2018 ResourceManagement Goods $64.00 RHall Refund $29.67 Casper City Council met in regular Ricoh Svc $81.79 session at 6:00 p.m., Tuesday, July RockyMtnPower Services $53,478.29 3, 2018. Present: Councilmembers RotaryClub Dues $72.33 Hopkins, Huber, Humphrey, Johnson, SGreen Refund $16.98 Laird, Morgan, Walsh and Mayor ShoshoneDistributing Goods $1,358.00 Pacheco. Absent: Councilmember SkylineRanches Services $529.35 Powell. StealthPartnerGroup Services $54,339.96 Moved by Councilmember Hopkins, Terracon Goods $12,460.27 seconded by Councilmember Huber, TopOffice Goods $69.38 to, by minute action, excuse the TransmissionDist Supplies $42,695.00 absence of Councilmember Powell. Tweed’sWholesale Goods $888.16 Motion passed. UntdFire Services $11,556.00 Mayor Pacheco led the audience in the UWExtension Services $90.00 Pledge of Allegiance. VeoliaWtr Tech Services $2,374.60 Moved by Councilmember Morgan, seconded by Councilmember Walsh, VisionServicePlan Services $1,616.24 to, by minute action, approve the WesternWaterConsult Services $9,011.78 Services $2,075.94 minutes of the June 19, 2018, regular WestlandPark $240.00 Council meeting, as published in the WestPlainsEngineering Services Casper-Star Tribune on June 30, 2018. WilliamsPorterDay Services $1,371.45 WorthingtonLenhart&Carpenter Services $5,005.31 Motion passed. Supp $350.96 Moved by Councilmember Hopkins, WstrnStsFire Services $20.05 seconded by Councilmember WYDOT $1,653,937.97 Humphrey, to, by minute action, approve payment of the July 3, 2018, The following ordinance was bills and claims, as audited by City considered, on third reading, by consent agenda. Manager Napier. Motion passed. ORDINANCE NO. 7-18 Bills & Claims AN ORDINANCE AMENDING 07/03/18 AAALandscapingServices $874.22 SECTION 17.12.124 OF THE Adbay Services $438.75 CASPER MUNICIPAL CODE ADice Refund $43.75 PERTAINING TO WIRELESS AdvTankConst Svcs $6,809.89 COMMUNICATION FACILITIES. AMBI Services $194.55 WHEREAS, on March 20, 2018, Ameritech Services $48,948.16 Council passed Ordinance No. 2-18 AndrnHunt Services $195,234.00 pertaining to wireless communication AquaSmrt Goods $105,864.20 facilities, which was codified as Section Arcadis Services $3,021.06 17.12.124 of the Casper Municipal ArrowheadHeating Services $254.92 Code; and, AtlntcElect Services $2,497.61 WHEREAS, the Planning and Balefill Services $63,982.40 Zoning Commission has some recommendations for changes to BankOfAmerica Goods $342,392.41 Section 17.12.124; and, BHEnergy Services $9,107.25 WHEREAS, the HM, OB and OYD Boys&GirlsClubs Funds $18,321.25 zoning districts need to be added to Brenntag Goods $22,682.77 Section Table 1 (Tower Regulations CasparBuildSystems Services $89,521.20 Summary) of Section 17.12.124, CasperPubSafetyComm Services $3,195.02 Section 8. (g); and, CATC Funding $107,073.54 WHEREAS, the FCC continues to CConner Reimb $90.28 promulgate new rules and regulations Centurylink Services $352.50 that require ordinance updates to CityofCasper Services $6,916.67 reflect the changes. CollectionCenter Services $528.19 NOW, THEREFORE, BE CommunityActionPartnership Funding $64,257.29 IT ORDAINED BY THE ComprLeasing Supp $4,300.00 GOVERNING BODY OF THE Comtronix Services $183.00 CITY OF CASPER, WYOMING: CRickett Reimb $64.57 Section 1: Dell Goods $6,218.46 That Section 3 (x) shall be added to DennisSply Supp $9,777.60 the definitions section as follows: (x) DoubleDWelding Services $3,350.00 Zone, commercial: “commercial zone” DPCIndustries Goods $13,952.85 means real property that is located DTriplett Refund $89.29 within the limits of the City of Casper Duraplay Services $82,477.50 that is zoned primarily for commercial ETCIns Supp $1,382.00 land uses. For the purposes of Feguson Supp $28,389.95 regulating wireless communication and determining FirstData Services $1,206.67 facilities FirstInterstateBank Services $302.33 requirements in mixed use areas, GlobalSpect Funding $27,000.00 the following zoning districts are GolderAssociates Services $640.50 considered to be commercial zones: GReble Refund $690.00 C-1, C-2, C-3, C-4, ED, PUD, M-1 GSGArchitecture Services $25,306.25 and M-2. Hach Goods $732.00 Section 2: HFoy Refund $860.00 That Section 3 (y) shall be added to the HighPlainsConstruction Goods $10,072.80 definitions section as follows: (y) Zone, Homax Goods $22,213.64 residential: “residential zone” means real property that is located within HWeddle Refund $56.26 the limits of the City of Casper that IndstrlContnrSvc Goods $3,260.19 is zoned primarily for residential land Installation&Svc Projects $12,222.50 uses. For the purposes of regulating IntgrtdTech Supp $240.00 wireless communication facilities JBowden Reimb $47.25 and determining requirements JCapitan Refund $53.06 in mixed use areas, the following JEastin Reimb $234.68 zoning districts are considered to be JJBaker Refund $36.18 residential zones: AG, R-1, R-2, R-3, JTLGroup Services $11,557.52 R-4, R-5, R-6, HM and OB. KDBradley Refund $336.26 Section 3: KMcPheeters Reimb $13.19 That the last sentence Section 7 0) KubwaterResources Goods $5,098.96 (Use of Stealth Design) is hereby Leonbro Services $2,727.23 amended to read as follows: LongBuildingTech Services $1,134.50 Stealth and concealment techniques MercerHouse Funding $10,000.00 do not include incorporating fauxMunicipalCodeCorp Goods $450.00 tree designs of a kind that are NOT Nalco Supp $15,702.84 GENERALLY FOUND GROWING NCHealth Dept Funding $45,000.00 IN THE CITY OF CASPER’S PeakGeosolutionsServices $2,000.00 ECOSYSTEM. Section 4: That the last sentence Section 7 (q) (5)(iii), regarding landscaping and fencing, is hereby amended to read as follows: A site-obscuring fence (for example, SOLID OR SLATTED WOOD, FAUX WOOD, VINYL, MASONRY OR A COMBINATION THEREOF no less than six feet (6) in height from the finished grade shall be constructed around each macrocell tower and around related support or guy anchors. Access shall only be through a locked gate. Any fence shall comply with the other design guidelines of the Casper Municipal Code. Section 5: That Table I (Tower Regulations Summary) and the abbreviation definitions immediately following Section 17.12.124, Section 8 (g) are hereby replaced with the following: Zone Permitted Height Plan Com Approval CC Approval On Top of Buildings R1-R6 50’ CUP NA NP PH 50’ 51’-120’ 121’ and greater 10 percent of building ht. PUD 50’ CUP NA 10 percent of building ht. C1 50’ 51’-100’ NA 10 percent of building ht. C2 50’ 51’-100’ NA 10 percent of building ht. C3 50’ 51’-120’ NA 10 percent of building ht. C4 50’ 51’-120’ NA 10 percent of building ht. M1 100’ 101’-120’ 121’ and greater 10 percent of building ht. M2 100’ 101’-120’ 121’ and greater 10 percent of building ht. AG 50’ CUP NA 10 percent of building ht. FC NP NP NP NP ED 50’ 51’-150’ NA 10 percent of building ht. HM 50’ CUP N/A 10 percent of building ht. OB 50’ CUP N/A 10 percent of building ht. OLD YELLOWSTONE DISTRICT SEE CASPER MUNICIPAL CODE (“CMC”) SECTION 17.94.030 A. (25) SEE CMC CHAPTER 17.94 SEE CASPER MUNICPAL CODE CHAPTER 17.94 NP: SEE CASPER MUNICIPAL CODE CHAPTER 17.94 NP= Not permitted (prohibited) NA= Not applicable PERMITTED HEIGHT = Permitted with site plan approval from the community development director. PLAN COM APPROVAL = Permitted with site plan approval from the Planning and Zoning Commission. CC APPROVAL = Permitted with site plan approval from the Planning and Zoning Commission and the City Council. Section 6: That Section 8 (h), regarding sharing of support towers and collocation of facilities, is hereby amended to read as follows: Macrocell towers used for the purpose of providing commercial wireless telecommunication services are permitted uses in all districts, except in the downtown area, FC districts, residential districts (R1 -R6), planned unit developments (PUD), and the agricultural district (AG). However, a conditional use permit may be granted for small cells providing commercial wireless telecommunication services in residential districts (RI -R6), planned unit developments (PUD), and the agricultural district (AG). Additionally, towers which are placed on buildings must conform to the other requirements of this Section. Section 7: That Section 18 (c), regarding compliance, is hereby amended to read as follows: (c) All graffiti on wireless communication facilities, ALL ACCESSORY EQUIPMENT AND ANY APPURTENANCES TO THE WCF SITE must be removed at the sole expense of the permittee after notification by the City to the owner/ operator of the WCF. Section 8: That Section 23 shall be amended to read as follows: Fees. In connection with the filing of an application, the applicant shall pay all applicable fees, according to a City Resolution. Section 9: This ordinance shall become in full force and effect upon passage on third reading and publication. PASSED on 1st reading the 5th day of June, 2018. PASSED on 2nd reading the 19th day of June, 2018. PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED on third and final reading rd the 3 day of July, 2018. Councilmember Morgan presented the one (1) foregoing consent agenda ordinance for adoption, on third reading. Seconded by Councilmember Johnson. Motion passed. Following ordinance read: ORDINANCE NO. 13-18 AN ORDINANCE CREATING CHAPTER 15.08 OF THE CASPER MUNICIPAL CODE, AND ADOPTING THE 2018 EDITION OF THE INTERNATIONAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE CODE. Councilmember Walsh presented the foregoing ordinance for approval, on second reading. Seconded by Councilmember Humphrey. Councilmembers made statements on the subject and expressed their concerns with the ordinance. Moved by Councilmember Laird, seconded by Councilmember Huber, to suspend the rules of Council to allow additional public input on the International Property Maintenance Code (IPC) ordinance. Motion passed. The following citizens spoke in opposition to the IPC ordinance: Travis Bagwell, 1308 S. Jackson; Tracy Lamont, 721 E. 12th; Chris Neubauer, 133 N. Lowell; Jessica Keith, 5921 S. Okeepa; Jane Ifland, 406 E. 8th; Brenda Manina-Mongold, 1216 S. Kenwood; Terri Sossaman, 300 Harden; Roy Chamberlain Jr., 2231 S. Mitchell; Michelle Starkey 919 E. 6th; Linda Bergeron 2352 S. Coffman; and Susan Ash, 1527 S. Ash. Moved by Councilmember Huber to table this item. Motion died for a lack of a second. All Councilmembers voted nay. Motion to pass the ordinance on second reading failed. Also speaking against the IPC ordinance were: Sam Wiseman, Highway 220; Lisa Engebretsen, 2440 W. 13th; Brad Tinnon, S. Center; and Dave Nania, 113 S. Benton. In response to a citizen comment, Councilmember Morgan clarified the purpose and intent of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender nondiscrimination policy resolution. Additional citizens spoke against the ordinance; Brian Windham, 2000 S. Jackson; Robert Gilmore, 760 60th; Woody Giles, 290 E. Magnolia; Michelle Sabrosky, 1639 Palamino; Chuck Gray, 2921 Zion; Bob Ide, 3838 Garden Creek; Paul Paad, 2781 Cherokee; Jim Nations, 1596 Kingsbury; Bradly Hannah, 220 College; Dawn Madrid, 235 W. 13th; Hayley Tennant, 4450 S. Center; Gabriel Phillips, 142 S. Center; Morgan Walsh, 104 Riverbend; and Gene Daly. Mayor Pacheco called for a brief recess at 8:10 p.m., and reconvened the meeting at 8:20 p.m. Councilmember Humphrey left the meeting during the recess. The following ordinances were considered, on second reading, by consent agenda. ORDINANCE NO. 8-18 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTIONS 15.04.040, 15.04.050 AND 15.04.110 OF THE CASPER MUNICIPAL CODE, AND ADOPTING THE 2018 EDITION OF THE INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE. ORDINANCE NO. 9-18 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTIONS 15.02.020, 15.02.030 AND 15.02.050 OF THE CASPER MUNICIPAL CODE, AND ADOPTING THE 2018 EDITION OF THE INTERNATIONAL RESIDENTIAL CODE. ORDINANCE NO. 10-18 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTIONS 15.20.020 AND 15.20.030 OF THE CASPER MUNICIPAL CODE, AND ADOPTING THE 2018 EDITION OF THE INTERNATIONAL MECHANICAL CODE. ORDINANCE NO. 11-18 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTIONS 15.24.010 AND 15.24.020 OF THE CASPER MUNICIPAL CODE, AND ADOPTING THE 2018 EDITION OF THE INTERNATIONAL PLUMBING CODE. ORDINANCE NO. 12-18 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTIONS 15.18.010 AND 15.18.020 OF THE CASPER MUNICIPAL CODE, AND ADOPTING THE 2018 EDITION OF THE INTERNATIONAL FUEL GAS CODE. ORDINANCE NO. 14-18 AN ORDINANCE CREATING CHAPTER 15.06 OF THE CASPER MUNICIPAL CODE, AND ADOPTING THE 2018 EDITION OF THE INTERNATIONAL EXISTING BUILDING CODE. ORDINANCE NO. 15-18 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 15.40.010 OF THE CASPER MUNICIPAL CODE, AND ADOPTING THE 2018 EDITION OF THE INTERNATIONAL FIRE CODE. Councilmember Hopkins presented the foregoing seven (7) ordinances for adoption, on second reading, by consent agenda. Seconded by Councilmember Morgan. Councilmembers Johnson and Laird voted nay. Motion passed. Following resolution read: RESOLUTION NO. 18-141 A RESOLUTION DENYING THE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT ENTITLEMENT GRANT BETWEEN THE CITY OF CASPER AND THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT. Councilmember Johnson presented the foregoing resolution for adoption. Seconded by Councilmember Morgan. Acting City Manager Beamer provided a brief report. Councilmembers had questions regarding the grant program. Liz Becher, Community Development Director addressed these questions. Councilmember Laird voted nay. Motion passed. The following resolutions were considered, by consent agenda: RESOLUTION NO. 18-142 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING SUBMISSION OF A GRANT APPLICATION TO THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION FOR A 2018 BUILD TRANSPORTATION DISCRETIONARY GRANT FOR MIDWEST AVENUE IMPROVEMENTS. RESOLUTION NO. 18-143 A RESOLUTION ADOPTING THE CASPER URBAN CENTER PARKING PLAN. RESOLUTION NO. 18-144 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING SUBMISSION OF A GRANT APPLICATION TO THE WYOMING DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION FOR THE TRANSPORTATION ALTERNATIVES PROGRAM FOR THE MORAD PARK TO WALMART TRAIL PROJECT. RESOLUTION NO. 18-145 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING A CONTRACT FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES WITH WH LLC DBA WESTERN HERITAGE CONSULTING & ENGINEERING FOR THE CRL SANITARY SEWER IMPROVEMENTS, PROJECT NO. 18-011. RESOLUTION NO. 18-146 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING A LEASE AGREEMENT WITH WYOMING SPORTS MANAGEMENT, LLC FOR USE OF THE CASPER ICE ARENA. Councilmember Morgan presented the foregoing five (5) resolutions for adoption. Seconded by Councilmember Walsh. Councilmembers Laird and Walsh voted nay on Resolution No. 18-143. Councilmember Walsh also voted nay on Resolution No. 18-144. Motion passed. Moved by Councilmember Laird, seconded by Councilmember Walsh, to, by consent minute action, authorize the reappointment of Pete Fazio and appointing new members Shawn Houck and Tim Schenk, to the Downtown Development Authority Board of Directors. Motion passed. Councilmember Walsh pointed out that the following item was not read by the clerk, but should be considered by minute action; authorize a sole source purchase of one new Caterpillar landfill compactor and one refurbished used 2007 Caterpillar front-end wheel loader, in the total amount of $681,445.64, from Wyoming Machinery Company. Moved by Councilmember Walsh, seconded by Councilmember Hopkins. Motion passed. Individuals addressing the Council were: Woody Giles, 290 E. Magnolia, suggesting rewarding rather than penalizing home improvements and requesting Council investigate alternative property tax methods; and Dennis Steensland, 533 S. Washington, thanking staff and Council for their work for the City. Mayor Pacheco noted the next meetings of the City Council will be a work session to be held at 4:30 p.m., Tuesday, July 10, 2018, in the Council’s meeting room; and, a regular Council meeting to be held at 6:00 p.m., Tuesday, July 17, 2018, in the Council Chambers. At 8:45 p.m., it was moved Councilmember Walsh, seconded by Councilmember Hopkins, to adjourn into executive session to discuss two personnel matters and property acquisition. Motion passed. Council moved into the Council meeting room. At 9:14 p.m., it was moved by Councilmember Johnson, seconded by Councilmember Hopkins, to adjourn the executive session. Council returned to the Council Chambers. At 9:14 p.m., it was moved by Councilmember Hopkins, seconded by Councilmember Johnson, to adjourn the regular Council meeting. Motion passed. Published: July 12, 2018 Legal No: 43690

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