CITY COUNCIL AGENDA

Council Chambers, 201 E. 5th Street

CITY OF GILLETTE

Tuesday, February 19, 2019

7:00 PM


A.Call to Order.
B.Invocation and Pledge of Allegiance.
1.Invocation Led by Pastor Mike Wilson of New Life Wesleyan Church.
C.Approval of General Agenda.
D.Approval of Consent Agenda.
(All items listed will be enacted by one motion unless a request is made for discussion by any member of the Audience or Council, in which case, the item(s) will be removed from the Consent Agenda and considered separately following this portion of the Agenda).
1.Minutes
a.Pre-Meeting - February 5, 2019
b.Regular Meeting - February 5, 2019
c.Executive Session - February 5, 2019
d.Work Session - February 12, 2019
e.Executive Session - February 12, 2019
2.Ordinance 3rd Reading - Consent
a.An Ordinance Providing for the Vacation of the 10 Foot Wide Utility Easement that is Contained Entirely Within Tract 1-A of the Powder Basin Center Subdivision, and a Partial Vacation of a 20 Foot Wide Easement Within the Powder Basin Center Subdivision, as Shown on Exhibit "A" Map, in the City of Gillette, Wyoming, Subject to All Planning Requirements.
Staff Reference:Ry Muzzarelli, P.E., Development Services Director
b.An Ordinance to Amend the District Zoning Map of the City of Gillette, Wyoming, for Property Located in Lots 1-2, Block 4 and Lots 1-5, Block 3 Westover Hills Subdivision Phase I, Lot 3A, Block 4 Westover Hills Subdivision Phase I and Lot 1 of the Davis Chevrolet Subdivision to the City of Gillette, Wyoming, Subject to all Planning Requirements.
Staff Reference:Ry Muzzarelli, P.E., Development Services Director
3.Ordinance 2nd Reading - Consent
4.Bills and Claims
a.Bills and Claims
Staff Reference:Michelle Henderson, Finance Director
5.Other - Consent
E.Approval of Conflict Claims.
1.Council Member Carsrud - $30.90
Staff Reference:Michelle Henderson, Finance Director
2.Mayor Carter-King - $677.44
Staff Reference:Michelle Henderson, Finance Director
F.Comments.
1.Council
2.Written
3.Public
4.Other - Comments
G.Unfinished Business.
1.Ordinance 2nd Reading.
2.Ordinance 3rd Reading.
3.Other.
H.New Business.
1.Minute Action
a.Council Consideration of a Memorandum of Understanding with the Campbell County Parks and Recreation Department for City Pool Operations for the 2019 Season.
Staff Reference:Michael H. Cole, P.E., Utilities Director
b.Council Consideration of a Bid Award for the 2018 Sanitary Sewer Main Replacement to Mountain View Building, Inc., in the Amount of $548,628.00 (1% Project).
Staff Reference:MAP/VIDEO - Ry Muzzarelli, P.E., Development Services Director
c.Council Consideration of a Professional Services Agreement for Construction Management Services Associated with the 2018 Sanitary Sewer Main Replacement Project with DOWL in the Amount of $79,790.00 (1% Project).
Staff Reference:Ry Muzzarelli, P.E., Development Services Director
d.Council Consideration for the Acceptance of Development Improvements for the Prestige Park Project, Installed by Mountain Peak Builders on Behalf of the Developer, Prestige Park LLC.
Staff Reference:MAP - Ry Muzzarelli, P.E., Development Services Director
e.Council Consideration of a Bid Award for the City Hall HVAC Pad Repair Project to Hladky Construction in the Amount of $88,900.00.
Staff Reference:Ry Muzzarelli, P.E., Development Services Director
f.Council Consideration of a Professional Services Agreement for Construction Management Associated with the City Pool Parking Lot Improvements Project, with DOWL, in the Amount of $114,260.00 (1% Project).
Staff Reference:MAP/VIDEO - Ry Muzzarelli P.E., Development Services Director
g.Council Consideration for the Acceptance of Public Improvements for the Special Improvement District #52 Interstate Industrial Park Local Improvement District (L.I.D.) and Street Improvements Project, Installed by DRM, Inc., in the Amount of $3,522,782.73 (1% Project).
Staff Reference:MAP/VIDEO - Ry Muzzarelli, P.E., Development Services Director
h.Council Consideration of a Resolution Authorizing the Submission of an Application Form to the Federal Emergency Management Agency for a Grant Through the Hazard Mitigation Program on Behalf of the Governing Body for the City of Gillette, Wyoming, for the Purpose of Funding the Dalbey Park Emergency Spillway Improvements Project in the Amount of $425,008.00.
Staff Reference:MAP - Ry Muzzarelli, P.E., Development Services Director
i.Council Designation of First Northern Bank of Wyoming as an Additional Bank Depository for Public Funds of the City of Gillette for the Calendar Year 2019.
Staff Reference:Michelle Henderson, Finance Director
j.Council Consideration of a Joint Resolution Between the City of Gillette, Campbell County, and the Town of Wright, Allocating Remaining BFY15/16 Funding Associated with the County Wide Consensus Block Grant Program.
Staff Reference:Patrick G. Davidson, City Administrator; Michelle Henderson, Finance Director
2.Ordinance 1st Reading.
a.An Ordinance Approving and Authorizing an Amendment to Ordinance 3661 and Associated Villas at Legacy Ridge Plat to be Known as the Amended Planned Unit Development, The Villas at Legacy Ridge, Phase I, to the City of Gillette, Wyoming, Subject to all Planning Requirements.
Staff Reference:MAP - Ry Muzzarelli, P.E., Development Services Director
3.Appointments
I.Public Hearings and Considerations
1.A Public Hearing to Consider the Renewal of Retail, Restaurant, Bar & Grill, Limited Club, Microbrewery, Winery, Winery Satellite, and Resort Licenses, and Special Malt Beverage Permits, for the 2019-2020 Liquor Licensing Period.
Staff Reference:Michelle Henderson, Finance Director
2.Council Consideration for the Renewal of Retail Licenses for the 2019-2020 Liquor Licensing Period.
Staff Reference:Michelle Henderson, Finance Director
3.Council Consideration for the Renewal of a Microbrewery License for the 2019-2020 Licensing Period to Gillette Brewing Company, Contingent Upon Meeting Production Requirements as Dictated by the Wyoming Liquor Division and Wyoming State Statute.
Staff Reference:Michelle Henderson, Finance Director
4.Council Consideration for the Renewal of Restaurant, Bar & Grill, Limited Club, Microbrewery, Winery, Winery Satellite, and Resort Licenses, and Special Malt Beverage Permits for the 2019-2020 Liquor Licensing Period.
Staff Reference:Michelle Henderson, Finance Director
5.A Public Hearing to Consider Allowing Persons Under the Age of Twenty-One (21) Years to Enter or Remain in a Microbrewery, Winery, or Winery Satellite Licensed Building for the Liquor Licensing Period April 1, 2019 to March 31, 2020.
Staff Reference:Michelle Henderson, Finance Director
6.Council Consideration to Allow Persons Under the Age of Twenty-One (21) Years to Enter or Remain in a Microbrewery, Winery, or Winery Satellite Licensed Building for the Liquor Licensing Period April 1, 2019 to March 31, 2020.
Staff Reference:Michelle Henderson, Finance Director
J.Executive Session
K.Adjournment
MAYOR
 Louise Carter-King
COUNCIL MEMBERS BY WARDS 
WARD 1WARD 2WARD 3
Bruce BrownBilly MontgomeryShay Lundvall
Shawn NearyTimothy CarsrudNathan McLeland
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