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COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS WstrnStsFire Casper City Hall – Council Chambers WYDOT WyNotaryDivision July 2, 2019 WyPowerWash 1. roll call Casper City Council met in regular session at 6:00 p.m., Tuesday, July 2, 2019. Present: Councilmembers Bates, Freel, Hopkins, Huber, Johnson, Lutz, and Mayor Powell. Absent: Councilmembers Pacheco and Walsh. Moved by Councilmember Huber seconded by Councilmember Hopkins, to, by minute action, excuse the absence of Councilmembers Pacheco and Walsh. Motion passed. 2. pledge of allegiance Citizen Paul Paad led the audience in the Pledge of Allegiance. Mayor Powell requested a moment of silence to honor recently passed City staff members Scott Low and Brad Menzel and Korean War Veteran Corporal DeMaret Marston Kirtley. 3. minutes Moved by Councilmember Johnson, seconded by Councilmember Freel, to, by minute action, approve the minutes of the June 18, 2019, regular Council meeting, as published in the Casper-Star Tribune on June 25, 2019. Motion passed. 4. bills & claims Moved by Councilmember Johnson, seconded by Councilmember Bates, to, by minute action, approve payment of the July 2, 2019, bills and claims, as audited by City Manager Napier. Motion passed. Bills & Claims 07/02/19 71Construction Projects $5,035.35 ABaedke Reimb $87.14 AllansConcrete Services $4,700.00 AllianceElec Services $388.75 AMBI Services $1,195.99 Ameritech Services $4,065.83 AndrnHunt Services $175,657.93 AquaSmrt Goods $107,010.00 ArrowheadHeating Services $525.53 AtlntcElect Services $4,827.65 Balefill Services $149,370.60 BankOfAmerica Goods $350,550.31 BarDSigns Goods $1,560.00 BHEnergy Services $19,961.29 Brenntag Goods $21,357.00 BRodrick Refund $29.69 BSorteberg Refund $28.36 BWilladson Reimb $71.39 Carefrontations Speaker $4,488.00 Caselle Services $75.00 CasparBuildSystems Services $551,713.40 CasperElectric Services $200.00 CasperPubSafetyComm Services $533.60 CasperPubUtilities Services $144.06 CATC Funding $5,620.00 Centurylink Services $1,324.31 ChildrensAdvocacyProject Funding $20,000.00 CIGNA Services $11,972.87 CityofCasper Services $1,250.00 CivilEngineeringProfessionals Projects $1,698.75 CommTech Goods $9,681.37 Comtronix Services $1,616.99 CowdinCleaning Services $170.00 CrimeSceneInfo Services $109.87 CRustenhoven Refund $14.03 CsprPD Funding $1,023.59 D&LSandersConcrete Services $5,250.00 DavidsonMech Goods $18,830.00 Dell Goods $8,361.76 DeltaDental Services $42,405.20 DesertMtn Goods $5,266.45 DHallford Refund $9.47 DPCIndustries Goods $7,039.62 EngDsgnAssoc Services $250.00 EnvisionElect Services $303.00 EstlndDvlpmnt Reimb $1,775.00 FirstData Services $4,036.46 FirstInterstateBank Services $2,510.00 FirstVetSupply Goods $306.96 FmlyJrnyCtr Services $2,590.32 Galls Uniforms $5,211.46 GeosyntecConsult Consult $5,471.87 Glf&SprtSol Supplies $15,778.91 GolderAssociates Services $6,735.18 GSGArchitecture Services $5,937.50 HghCntryFab Refund $60.00 Hitek Services $4,112.00 Homax Goods $369.25 Innovative Data Services $31,280.00 Installation&Svc Projects $108,578.04 JAppleseed Refund $37.32 JAStovall Refund $29.94 JChadTraining Services $400.00 JJones Reimb $36.73 JKGarlickJr Services $1,188.73 JSandoval Refund $44.56 JStowers Reimb $82.76 JTLGroup Services $54,981.31 JWilhelm Reimb $269.75 KFelt Reimb $421.00 KubwaterResources Goods $5,618.85 KWilliams Speaker $2,200.00 L Fleetwood Reimb $86.50 LBerg Reimb $62.95 LimmerRoof Reprs $44,028.00 LisasSpicnSpan Services $580.00 LnclnNtlLife Services $281.40 LWood Reimb $740.70 McMurryReadyMix Goods $1,606.25 MidlndImp Parts $24,588.00 Motorola Services $154,134.82 Nalco Supp $31,982.40 NCHealthDept Funding $45,000.00 NCSheriffsOffice Funding $121,675.05 NKaiser Reimb $1,347.48 Nlsn/GaardCnslt Services $4,447.85 NorthParkTransport Services $114.68 NrthrnLghtsMfg Services $12,340.00 PeakGeosolutions Services $6,338.48 Pelicancorp Services $2,248.94 PepperTank Goods $75.00 Pepsi Goods $1,140.00 PlatteRiverParkwayTrust Funding $50,000.00 PostalPros Services $8,173.15 Printworks Supp $293.67 Rbbrcycle Services $19,995.00 RegionalWater Services $32,200.00 RFlood Refund $6.57 RMBarnes Refund $204.71 RockyMtnPower Services $159,141.77 RotaryClub Dues $254.00 RSzekely Reimb $290.50 SaltusTech Goods $308.00 SDFITelmdcn Services $36,250.00 SheetMetalSpec Goods $14,212.00 SkylineRanches Services $91.83 Smarsh Services $1,831.50 SStockero Reimb $50.74 Stateline7 Services $5,657.50 StealthPartnerGroup Services $49,644.59 SummitElectric Services $72.96 SWL Services $665.50 TopOffice Goods $139.00 TramSpprt Services $265.30 TretoConst Services $254,284.91 Tweed’sWholesale Goods $1,386.36 Unifrms2gear Supplies $9,768.90 UrgentCare Services $152.00 UW training $6.26 VisionServicePlan Services $1,093.60 WAhrndt Reimb $100.00 WardwellWater&Sewer Services $14.32 WBohman Reimb $427.15 WenckAssoc Services $2,262.23 WERCSCommunications Services $1,507.28 WestlandPark Services $1,508.04 WestPlainsEngineering Services $2,002.50 WorthingtonLenhart&Carpenter Services $15,053.65 5. communications Supp Services Goods Services $13,344.05 $117.79 $30.00 $1,301.32 $2,942,765.20 from persons present Individuals addressing the Council were: Craig Sheets, regarding various safety issues; Dr. Al Hewsted, regarding legalities involving the recent motorcycle parade; Jessica Rodgers, 2850 E. 7th, also regarding the motorcycle parade; Paul Paad, 2781 Cherokee, also regarding the parade; Keith Goodenough, 333 S. Socony, regarding 1% allocations, the funding of religiously affiliated entities with public money, and the Masterson House; and Mileage Mike Harrison, 742 N. Jefferson, also regarding the parade. 6. public hearing - ordinance Mayor Powell opened the public hearing for the consideration of the ordinance amending the Municipal Code pertaining to wireless communication facilities. City Attorney Henley entered one (1) exhibit: correspondence from John Henley to J. Carter Napier, dated June 24, 2019. City Manager Napier provided a brief report. There being no one to speak for or against the issues involving the wireless communication facilities, the public hearing was closed. Following ordinance read: ORDINANCE NO. 22-19 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 17.12.124 OF THE CASPER MUNICIPAL CODE PERTAINING TO WIRELESS COMMUNICATION FACILITIES. Councilmember Hopkins presented the foregoing ordinance for approval, on first reading. Seconded by Councilmember Lutz. Motion passed. 7.A ordinance– third reading Following ordinance read: ORDINANCE NO. 13-19 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 17.12.150 OF THE CASPER MUNICIPAL CODE PERTAINING TO SITE PLANS. WHEREAS, the City Council of Casper, Wyoming, has determined that certain subsections of Section 17.12.150 are currently outdated and contradictory with other subsections of Section 17.12.150. WHEREAS, the City Council wishes to make the code comprehensible and easy to comply with. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE CITY OF CASPER, WYOMING: Section 1: That paragraph D sub paragraph 1 of Section 17.12.150 of the Casper Municipal Code shall be amended to read as follows: D. Site Plan Approval Criteria. A site plan shall be approved if the site plan is found to satisfy the standards of this title, including the following: 1. Be compatible with the goals and policies of all plans currently adopted by the council. Section 2: That paragraph H of Section 17.12.150 of the Casper Municipal Code shall be amended to read as follows: H. City Council Review. Site plan applications for new multi-family developments, public buildings, commercial buildings, industrial buildings, or churches with a ground floor area in excess of forty-three thousand five hundred sixty square feet must be approved by both the planning and zoning commission and the council pursuant to the procedure below. If the ground floor of any addition to one of the above -listed developments, buildings or churches is in excess of forty-three thousand five hundred sixty square feet, it requires approval by both the planning and zoning commission and the council pursuant to the procedure below; otherwise, if the ground floor of the addition itself (not the resulting square footage of the building after constructing the addition) is fortythree thousand five hundred sixty square feet or less, only administrative approval is required. Section 3: This ordinance shall become in full force and effect twenty-one (21) days after passage on third reading and publication. PASSED on 1st reading the 4th day of June, 2019. PASSED on 2nd reading the 18th day of June, 2019. PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED on third and final reading nd 2 day of July, 2019. Councilmember Freel presented the foregoing ordinance for approval, on third reading. Seconded by Councilmember Huber. There being no one to speak regarding the ordinance, and no discussion or amendments, motion passed. 7.B ordinance– third reading Following ordinance read: ORDINANCE NO. 14-19 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTIONS 17.52.100 AND 17.52.110 OF THE CASPER MUNICIPAL CODE ABOUT PUD APPROVAL. WHEREAS, the City Council of Casper, Wyoming, has determined that Sections 17.52. 100 and 17.52.110 of the Casper Municipal Code need to be amended to correct scrivener’s errors and harmonize those Sections; and, NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE CITY OF CASPER, WYOMING: Section 1: That the heading of Section 17.52. 100 shall be changed to read as follows: 17.52. 100 - Approval for PUD’s from one to twenty residential units, and commercial and industrial PUD’s from 20,000-43,560 square feet of building area. Section 2: That paragraph (A) of Section 17.52.100 of the Casper Municipal Code shall be amended to read as follows: A. The commission shall have authority to approve a site and development plan for an existing PUD of not more than twenty residential units, or commercial and industrial PUD’s from twenty thousand square feet to forty-three thousand five hundred and sixty square feet in building area. The procedure for approval shall be as set forth in Section 17.52.110. Section 3: That paragraphs (A) and (B) of Section 17.52.110 of the Casper Municipal Code shall be amended to read as follows: A. Within ninety working days after submission of the required information has been made, the commission shall hold a public hearing for which public notice shall be given. At such meeting, all interested parties may present testimony and evidence pertinent to the proposed planned unit development. Within ten calendar days after the public hearing, the commission shall recommend approval, approval with contingencies, table, or deny the proposal and shall state the rationale of their decision in writing, and shall forward their decision to the council. B. A written notice of the date, time and place of the public hearing shall be mailed first class U.S. mail, or delivered to the applicant and all owners of private real estate within a three hundred foot radius of the perimeter of the property in question as shown on the review required information. The notice shall be mailed and delivered at least fifteen calendar days prior to the hearing. Notice shall be published at least fifteen calendar days prior to the hearing, as required by law. Section 4: This ordinance shall become in full force and effect twenty-one (21) days after passage on third reading and publication. PASSED on 1st reading the 4th day of June, 2019 PASSED on 2nd reading the 18th day of June, 2019 PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED on third and final reading nd the 2 day of July, 2019. Councilmember Lutz presented the foregoing ordinance for approval, on third reading. Seconded by Councilmember Johnson. There being no one to speak regarding the ordinance, and no discussion or amendments, motion passed. 7.C ordinance– third reading Following ordinance read: ORDINANCE NO. 15-19 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 16.08.040 OF THE CASPER MUNICIPAL CODE TO HARMONIZE WITH WYOMING STATUTES § 15-1-501(a)(iii). WHEREAS, the definition of a “subdivision” is defined differently in Wyoming Statutes § 15-1-501(a)(iii) and Casper Municipal Code Section 16.08.040; and, WHEREAS, the City Council of Casper, Wyoming, has determined that Section 16.08.040 of the Casper Municipal Code should be amended to harmonize with Wyoming Statutes § 15-1-501(a)(iii); and, NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE CITY OF CASPER, WYOMING: Section 1: That section 16.08.040 of the Casper Municipal Code shall be amended to read as follows: “Subdivision” means the division of a tract of land or parcel of land into three or more parts for immediate or future sale or building development, or, if a street is involved, any division of land. The term includes resubdivision of land. Section 2: This ordinance shall become in full force and effect twenty-one (21) days after passage on third reading and publication. PASSED on 1st reading the 4th day of June, 2019 PASSED on 2nd reading the 18th day of June, 2019 PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED on third and final reading the 2nd day of July, 2019. Councilmember Hopkins presented the foregoing ordinance for approval, on third reading. Seconded by Councilmember Bates. There being no one to speak regarding the ordinance, and no discussion or amendments, motion passed. 7.D ordinance– third reading Following ordinance read: ORDINANCE NO. 16-19 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 9.48 OF THE CASPER MUNICIPAL CODE REGARDING CAMPING IN THE CITY LIMITS WHEREAS, camping in the City at inappropriate locations has a deleterious effect on the health, welfare, sanitation, and safety of the City; and, WHEREAS, the current Ordinance regulating camping in the City is in need of clarification. NOW THEREFORE BE IT ORDAINED BY THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE CITY OF CASPER, WYOMING: That Chapter 9.48.010 of the Casper Municipal Code is hereby amended to read as follows: 9.48.0 10 Camping Restricted A) “Camping” means staying overnight or otherwise taking up residence for any length of time in an open space, tent, vehicle, or other temporary, mobile, or portable shelter. B) It is unlawful to camp on or in any public property in the City of Casper, unless permitted by any person or persons designated by the public entity which owns the public property or in a designated campground of the public entity. PASSED on 1st reading the 4th day of June, 2019 PASSED on 2nd reading the 18th day of June, 2019 PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED on third and final reading the 2nd day of July, 2019. Councilmember Bates presented the foregoing ordinance for approval, on third reading. Seconded by Councilmember Freel. No citizens spoke on the ordinance. Councilmember Huber and Mayor Powell voted nay. Motion passed. 7.E ordinance– third reading Following ordinance read: ORDINANCE NO. 17-19 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 10 OF THE CASPER MUNICIPAL CODE PERTAINING TO PARKING WHEREAS, the parking of trailers of various sizes on the streets of the City of Casper is a detriment to the health, welfare, and safety of the public; and, WHEREAS, the exemption of small trailers from the definition of recreational vehicles should be eliminated. NOW, THEREFORE BE IT ORDAINED BY THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE CITY OF CASPER, WYOMING: That Chapter 10 of the Casper Municipal Code defining recreational vehicles for purposes of parking regulation is hereby amended as follows: Chapter 10.36.030 A (5) A boat or trailer of any type. This Ordinance shall become in full force and effect twenty-one (21) days after passage on third reading and publication. PASSED on 1st reading the 4th day of June, 2019 PASSED on 2nd reading the 18th day of June, 2019 PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED on third and final reading nd the 2 day of July, 2019. Councilmember Bates presented the foregoing ordinance for approval, on third reading. Seconded by Councilmember Lutz. No citizens spoke on the ordinance. Councilmember Hopkins voted nay. Motion passed. 8.A ordinance– second reading Following ordinance read: ORDINANCE NO. 18-19 AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE FLEMING SUBDIVISION AGREEMENT AND THE FINAL PLAT OF FLEMING ADDITION. Councilmember Hopkins presented the foregoing ordinance for approval, on second reading. Seconded by Councilmember Bates. There being no one to speak regarding the ordinance, and no discussion or amendments, motion passed. 8.B ordinance– second reading Following ordinance read: ORDINANCE NO. 19-19 AN ORDINANCE APPROVING A ZONE CHANGE OF BLOCK 60, LOT 9, AND THE NORTH 20-FEET OF LOT 10; AND BLOCK 60, WEST ½ OF LOTS 10-12, ExCEPTING THE NORTH 20-FEET OF LOT 10, CASPER ADDITION SUBDIVISION IN THE CITY OF CASPER, WYOMING. Councilmember Johnson presented the foregoing ordinance for approval, on second reading. Seconded by Councilmember Bates. Brad Hopkins, Executive Director of the Wyoming Rescue Mission, addressed Council. Councilmember Hopkins asked a question which Mr. Hopkins addressed. Motion passed. 8.C ordinance– second reading Following ordinance read: ORDINANCE NO. 20-19 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 10.36.031 OF THE CASPER MUNICIPAL CODE. Councilmember Johnson presented the foregoing ordinance for approval, on second reading. Seconded by Councilmember Bates. Dave Hinton, 1035 Monte Vista, addressed Council. Council discussed ways to simplify the mobile food vendor process overall and Mayor Powell requested that the matter be further discussed at the July 9, 2019 work session. City Manager Napier supported the idea and reminded Council that the Natrona County Health Department would be already present at the meeting, which may expedite the matter. Moved by Councilmember Lutz, seconded by Councilmember Freel, to table the second reading of the ordinance to the July 16, 2019 Council meeting. Councilmembers Hopkins, Huber, and Johnson voted nay. Motion to table passed. 9. consent resolutions The following resolutions were considered, by consent agenda: RESOLUTION NO. 19-113 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AN AGREEMENT WITH THE ARC OF NATRONA COUNTY, FOR USE OF OPTIONAL 1%#16 SALES TAx SPECIAL PROJECTS FUNDS. RESOLUTION NO. 19-114 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AN AGREEMENT WITH BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB OF CENTRAL WYOMING, FOR USE OF OPTIONAL 1%#16 SALES TAx SPECIAL PROJECTS FUNDS. RESOLUTION NO. 19-115 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AN AGREEMENT WITH CASA OF NATRONA COUNTY, FOR USE OF OPTIONAL 1%#16 SALES TAx SPECIAL PROJECTS FUNDS. RESOLUTION NO. 19-116 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AN AGREEMENT WITH CASPER AREA TRANSPORTATION COALITION, FOR USE OF OPTIONAL 1%#16 SALES TAx SPECIAL PROJECTS FUNDS. RESOLUTION NO. 19-117 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AN AGREEMENT WITH CASPER HOUSING AUTHORITY, FOR USE OF OPTIONAL 1%#16 SALES TAx SPECIAL PROJECTS FUNDS. RESOLUTION NO. 19-118 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AN AGREEMENT WITH CASPER MOUNTAIN SKI PATROL, FOR USE OF OPTIONAL 1%#16 SALES TAx SPECIAL PROJECTS FUNDS. RESOLUTION NO. 19-119 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AN AGREEMENT WITH CASPER SPORTS ALLIANCE, FOR USE OF OPTIONAL 1%#16 SALES TAx SPECIAL PROJECTS FUNDS. RESOLUTION NO. 19-120 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AN AGREEMENT WITH CENTRAL WYOMING HOSPICE AND TRANSITIONS PROGRAM, FOR USE OF OPTIONAL 1%#16 SALES TAx SPECIAL PROJECTS FUNDS. RESOLUTION NO. 19-121 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AN AGREEMENT WITH WYOMING RESCUE MISSION, FOR USE OF OPTIONAL 1%#16 SALES TAx SPECIAL PROJECTS FUNDS. RESOLUTION NO. 19-122 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AN AGREEMENT WITH CENTRAL WYOMING SENIOR SERVICES, INC., FOR USE OF OPTIONAL 1%#16 SALES TAx SPECIAL PROJECTS FUNDS. RESOLUTION NO. 19-123 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AN AGREEMENT WITH CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER, FOR USE OF OPTIONAL 1%#16 SALES TAx SPECIAL PROJECTS FUNDS. RESOLUTION NO. 19-124 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AN AGREEMENT WITH CHILDREN’S ADVOCACY PROJECT, FOR USE OF OPTIONAL 1%#16 SALES TAx SPECIAL PROJECTS FUNDS. RESOLUTION NO. 19-125 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AN AGREEMENT WITH DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY, FOR USE OF OPTIONAL 1%#16 SALES TAx SPECIAL PROJECTS FUNDS. RESOLUTION NO. 19-126 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AN AGREEMENT WITH GREATER WYOMING BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS, FOR USE OF OPTIONAL 1%#16 SALES TAx SPECIAL PROJECTS FUNDS. RESOLUTION NO. 19-127 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AN AGREEMENT WITH INTERFAITH OF NATRONA COUNTY, FOR USE OF OPTIONAL 1%#16 SALES TAx SPECIAL PROJECTS FUNDS. RESOLUTION NO. 19-128 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AN AGREEMENT WITH JOSHUA’S STOREHOUSE AND DISTRIBUTION CENTER, FOR USE OF OPTIONAL 1%#16 SALES TAx SPECIAL PROJECTS FUNDS. RESOLUTION NO. 19-129 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AN AGREEMENT WITH MERCER FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER, FOR USE OF OPTIONAL 1%#16 SALES TAx SPECIAL PROJECTS FUNDS. RESOLUTION NO. 19-130 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AN AGREEMENT WITH CASPER-NATRONA COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT, FOR USE OF OPTIONAL 1%#16 SALES TAx SPECIAL PROJECTS FUNDS. RESOLUTION NO. 19-131 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AN AGREEMENT WITH NATRONA COUNTY MEALS ON WHEELS, FOR USE OF OPTIONAL 1%#16 SALES TAx SPECIAL PROJECTS FUNDS. RESOLUTION NO. 19-132 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AN AGREEMENT WITH NATRONA COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY, FOR USE OF OPTIONAL 1%#16 SALES TAx SPECIAL PROJECTS FUNDS. RESOLUTION NO. 19-133 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AN AGREEMENT WITH THE NICOLAYSEN ART MUSEUM FOR USE OF OPTIONAL 1%#16 SALES TAx SPECIAL PROJECTS FUNDS. RESOLUTION NO. 19-135 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AN AGREEMENT WITH THE SCIENCE ZONE, FOR USE OF OPTIONAL 1%#16 SALES TAx SPECIAL PROJECTS FUNDS. RESOLUTION NO. 19-136 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AN AGREEMENT WITH SELF HELP CENTER, INC. FOR USE OF OPTIONAL 1%#16 SALES TAx SPECIAL PROJECTS FUNDS. RESOLUTION NO. 19-137 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AN AGREEMENT WITH MOTHER SETON HOUSING, INC., FOR USE OF OPTIONAL 1%#16 SALES TAx SPECIAL PROJECTS FUNDS. RESOLUTION NO. 19-138 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AN AGREEMENT WITH UNITED WAY OF NATRONA COUNTY, FOR USE OF OPTIONAL 1%#16 SALES TAx SPECIAL PROJECTS FUNDS. RESOLUTION NO. 19-139 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AN AGREEMENT WITH UNIVERSITY OF WYOMING ExTENSION OF NATRONA COUNTY, FOR USE OF OPTIONAL 1%#16 SALES TAx SPECIAL PROJECTS FUNDS. RESOLUTION NO. 19-140 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AN AGREEMENT WITH WYOMING FOOD BANK OF THE ROCKIES, FOR USE OF OPTIONAL 1%#16 SALES TAx SPECIAL PROJECTS FUNDS. RESOLUTION NO. 19-141 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AN AGREEMENT WITH WYOMING FOOD FOR THOUGHT, FOR USE OF OPTIONAL 1%#16 SALES TAx SPECIAL PROJECTS FUNDS. RESOLUTION NO. 19-142 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AN AGREEMENT WITH YOUTH CRISIS CENTER, FOR USE OF OPTIONAL 1%#16 SALES TAx SPECIAL PROJECTS FUNDS. RESOLUTION NO. 19-143 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING SUBMISSION OF A GRANT APPLICATION TO THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION FOR A 2019 BUILD TRANSPORTATION DISCRETIONARY GRANT FOR MIDWEST AVENUE IMPROVEMENTS. RESOLUTION NO. 19-144 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AN AGREEMENT WITH WAYNE COLEMAN CONSTRUCTION, INC., FOR THE 2019 SOLID WASTE ASPHALT IMPROVEMENTS, PROJECT NO. 18-021. RESOLUTION NO. 19-145 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING A CONTRACT FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES WITH STANTEC CONSULTING SERVICES, INC., FOR THE NORTH PLATTE RIVER RESTORATION 1ST STREET REACH PROJECT. RESOLUTION NO. 19-146 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING CHANGE ORDER NO. 1 WITH CASPAR BUILDING SYSTEMS, INC. FOR THE COMPOST EQUIPMENT BUILDING HEATING, PROJECT NO. 17-017. RESOLUTION NO. 19-147 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING A M-54 LICENSE WITH THE WYOMING DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION FOR INSTALLATION OF WATER DISTRIBUTION LINE TO SERVE THE TOPOL ADDITION. RESOLUTION NO. 19-148 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING A CONTRACT FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES WITH CIVIL ENGINEERING PROFESSIONALS, INC., FOR THE 2020 WATER SYSTEM MASTER PLAN PROJECT. RESOLUTION NO. 19-149 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AN AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF CASPER AND THE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR — BUREAU OF RECLAMATION. RESOLUTION NO. 19-150 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING A PROFESSIONAL SERVICES CONTRACT WITH RECYKLING INDUSTRIAL REPAIRS, INC., FOR THE BALER ExTENSION OF EJECTION RAM SYSTEM PROJECT. RESOLUTION NO. 19-151 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING SUBMISSION OF A GRANT APPLICATION TO THE WYOMING DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION FOR THE TRANSPORTATION ALTERNATIVES PROGRAM FOR THE MIDWEST AVENUE BIKE LANE AND PEDESTRIAN DEVELOPMENT PROJECT. RESOLUTION NO. 19-152 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING A MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING WITH FLAG DEVELOPMENT, LLC, FOR THE REAL PROPERTY GENERALLY DESCRIBED AS THE “FORMER PLAINS FURNITURE PROPERTIES.” Councilmember Hopkins presented the foregoing thirty-nine (39) resolutions for adoption. Seconded by Councilmember Lutz. City Manager Napier provided a brief report. Councilmember Bates voted nay and Councilmember Freel abstained from voting on Resolution No. 19-152. Motion passed. 10. minute action– consent Moved by Councilmember Freel, seconded by Councilmember Huber, to, by consent minute action: authorize the appointment of new members, Ryan McIntyre and Tony Hager, to the Downtown Development Authority Board of Directors; and reject bid submitted for the wastewater treatment plant digester boiler installation project. Motion passed. 11. introduction of measures and proposals Councilmembers spoke briefly on several topics. 12. 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, July 9, 2019, in the Council’s meeting room; and, a regular Council meeting to be held at 6:00 p.m., Tuesday, July 16, 2019, in the Council Chambers. At 7:27 p.m., it was moved Councilmember Hopkins, seconded by Councilmember Freel, to adjourn into executive session to discuss personnel and property acquisition. Motion passed. Council moved into the Council meeting room. At 8:40 p.m., it was moved by Councilmember Johnson, seconded by Councilmember Hopkins, to adjourn the executive session. Council returned to the Council Chambers. 13. adjournment At 8:40 p.m., it was moved by Councilmember Bates, seconded by Councilmember Johnson, to adjourn the regular Council meeting. Motion passed. Published July 12, 2019 Legal No: 56355

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