Minutes of the
City Hall: Price,
April 25, 2007 5:30 p.m.
Mayor Joe L. Piccolo
Rick Davis Laurie Tryon, City Recorder
Kathy Hanna-Smith Nick Tatton, Community Director
Sanderson, Brandon Sanderson, Ed Shea, Ron Turner, Mark Powell, Christian
Hamilton, Larry Jensen, C.J. McManus, Bert and Michelle Bruno, Janel Anast, Paul
and Cathy Pugliese, Nancy Cammans, Gopher and Kris Kiahtipes, Bobby Pierce, Officer
Shane Henrie, Wyatt Henrie, Kaylee and Jaycee Bruno, Angelica Kiahtipes,
Dominique Kiahtipes, Nick Kiahtipes, Officer
Mayor Piccolo led the Pledge of Allegiance. Roll was called with the above Councilmembers and staff in attendance.
1. PUBLIC INPUT
Sanderson and Christian Hamilton presented apologies to the Mayor and City
Council for their participation in the graffiti damage to property in
2. COUNCILMEMBERS REPORT
The Mayor and Councilmembers presented an update on the activities and functions in which they have participated.
3. VISIONARY SERVICE LEADER AWARD Ed and Jerry Chavez- April 2007
Ed and Jerry Chavez received the April 2007 Visionary Service Leader Award for their long standing commitment to the community and the youth of the area.
4. BID OPENING Water Treatment Plant Emergency Power Backup Generator- Project #2E-2007
as referenced below were received for an electrical power backup generator
purchase (Sch. A) and installation (Sch. B) for the
Generator Const. /Installation Const./Installation/Generator Set
ECI $38,247.00 $30,746.00 $68,993.00
Ballard Electric LLC. $36,068.00 $25,140.00 $61,208.00
West Star Electric $87,000.00 (installation of back-up generator)
Bids as referenced below were received for the demolition of the Old Central School building at 90 North 100 East, (Sch. A-Demolition; Sch. B-Backfill Hole; Sch. C-Construct parking lot). The Budget is $100,000 (CIB grant $75,000 and a City match of $25,000). Bids can be awarded independently or together.
MOTION. Councilmember McEvoy
moved to appoint
Sch. A Sch. B Sch. C
MKP Enterprises $49, 9100.00 $24,700.00 n/b
Nelco Contractors, Inc. $83,320.00 $45,637.00 $73,955.00
B. Hansen Construction Inc. $54,600.00 $26,800.00 $141,500.00
Nielson Construction $135,000.00 $32,000.00 $65,000.00
ESSAY WINNERS (5th Grade Students from
Creekview Elementary D.A.R.E. Officer Tracy Allred
Officer Allred introduced four students representing Creekview Elementary in the D.A.R.E. program. The students were Nick Kiahtipes, Jaycee Bruno, Cody Davis and Skyler Winder. Jaycee Bruno read her essay to the Mayor and City Council as the representative from Creekview Elementary.
Pinnacle Elementary D.A.R.E Officer Shane Henrie
Officer Henrie introduced five students representing
Castle Heights- D.A.R.E. Officer Brian Judd
Officer Judd introduced six students representing
Castle Heights Elementary in the D.A.R.E. program. The students were Daniel
Smith, Sarah Pugliese, Melissa Wood, Kellen Trujillo, Otto McGruff and Lydia
Morley. Otto DeGroff read his essay to the Mayor and City Council as the
Nancy Cammans presented an update on the
8. TENTATIVE BUDGET FOR 2007-2008 FY- Discussion by Mayor Piccolo
Mayor Piccolo presented a tentative budget and summary for Council review. A tentative budget review is scheduled for April 27th at 7a.m. in the City Council Chambers. MOTION. Councilmember Davis moved to accept the tentative budget for 2007-2008 and move forward to the budget workshop on April 27, 2007. Motion seconded by Councilmember Hanna-Smith and carried.
PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION
Councilmember Nielson reported that the Planning and Zoning Commission gave a favorable recommendation for the following requests for Home Occupied Permits.
9. HOME OCCUPIED PERMITS-
a. Stone Toad Waterscapes and Landscaping 239 North 400 West- Lyle Bauer, Owner-Amendment- Final
b. Dunn Plumbing-
MOTION. Councilmember Nielson moved to approve the Home Occupied Use Permit to include the specific conditions recommended by staff. Motion seconded by Councilmember Tatton. Motion carried.
10. CONDITIONAL USE PERMITS-
a. Chris Hair Design 90 West 100 North Chris Micoz, Owner Business and Sign Final
b. Price Senior Housing
MOTION. Councilmember Nielson moved to approve the Conditional Use Permits to include the specific conditions recommended by staff. Motion seconded by Councilmember McEvoy. Motion carried.
CONSENT ITEMS- MOTION. Councilmember Nielson moved that items #11 through #23 be approved. Motion seconded by Councilmember Hanna-Smith and carried.
April 10, 2007 Community Development and Renewal Agency Meeting
12. ECONOMIC VITALITY LOAN FUND - Approved Request for Funding
were received for a new 4x4 Chevrolet 2007 CC5500 4 door Fire Truck cab &
chassis and utility bed, Water Tank (300 gal) and specialized Hurst Tools.
Budget is $180,000 (CIB $105,000 Grant, $75,000 Loan). The project was awarded to the low bidders:
EVI $119,054.00 for the truck & utility bed; LN Curtis $56,226.00 for the
tank and tools. In purchasing the truck and utility bed from EVI the City is
required to enter into a purchase agreement and make an interim payment of
$46,000 at the time the chassis is received at the EVI factory, with the
balance due upon receipt of the truck.
The City has an option to realize a savings of $2,869 with a 75%
prepayment of $89,291, with the balance due upon receipt of the truck. LN
Curtis will not be able to hold the water tank and
14. STEEL CARPORT STRUCTURES Project #1C-2007 Change Order #1, Payment #2 (final) for Heritage Building Systems
The three (3) steel 40x 40 x 16 open carport structure materials will be delivered on Friday, April 27, 2007. Payment is due upon receipt. A change order is necessary to reflect the paint added to the roof in the amount of $1,200 for a total project cost of $27,620. A $2,000 deposit was paid to initiate production. The final payment is $25,620.
Sunrise Engineering has invoiced the City for building inspection and plan review services, March 3rd through April 6, 2007, in the amount of $8,035.54.
2007-13 Adopt Amendments to Section XX and Section XXI of the
17. RESOLUTION 2007-14 Adopt a Job Description for the Public Works Secretary
18. PERSONNEL- Reclassification of Kathy Sherman from Secretary/Receptionist to Secretary of Public Works with Wage Increase of 2%
19. PRICE CITY POOL Chemical Resistant Lining for Prevention of Wall Corrosion in the Acid Storage Area
WAIVER Fee Waiver for Price Alano Club Concert (12 Step Recovery Program
Event) on May 19, 2007 in
21. TRAVEL REQUEST
Nick Tatton - May 2, 2007- CIB Meeting, SLC
April 10, 2007 Council Meeting
MOTION. Councilmember Tatton moved to approve the April 10, 2007 City Council meeting minutes as amended. Motion seconded by Councilmember McEvoy and carried.
Item #2, Page 1, line 8 of Public Input reads, painted should read constructed.
25. PRWID Update by Councilmember Tatton
At the last PRWID meeting the following items were reviewed:
· New sewer line south of Helper that connects onto the main line-a release on the old line has been received
· The old easements and lines have been abandoned. The County has chipped the leftover trees and everything looks nice.
· Reviewing fees or written agreements for government agencies for use of equipment
· Tax anticipation resolution went into effect.
· Received proposals from engineering firms for a hydraulic analysis, of the water and sewer systems
· Treasurer Secretary, Kathy Dahl is retiring. PRWID will be doing interviews.
· Impact fees being reviewed.
26. COMMUNITY PROGRESS- Update by Councilmember Hanna-Smith
At the last Community Progress Meeting the following items were reviewed:
· ASCEU prepared a flyer that would tie into the Adopt-a-Street program. Council approved of the flyer content. All schedules and volunteers will be turned in to Councilmember Hanna-Smith.
· The new benches to be ordered in the very near future will be placed in front of Party Express and Castle Country Boutique.
· $5800.00 is still available in the budget.
The concern with letting organizations use the signs
would be the wear and tear that may occur. Use of the signs will be allowed for
the upcoming Gem Show event. The Tourism Conference is a
27. POWER BOARD- Update by Councilmember Tatton
At the last Power Board Meeting the following items were discussed:
· UAMPS Unit#3 is moving along.
Still waiting on
· Rate increase for small commercial users needs to be reviewed.
· Energy saving programs and ideas to conserve power are being reviewed.
· Downtown substation project is moving ahead since the survey completion. Easements may be needed. The smaller parts have been ordered for the control building. The transformers will come after the easements are ready.
· Radio meters have been a savings with many advantages.
· Continued work on inventory of power poles.
Meeting adjourned at 7:22 p.m. for the Community Renewal Meeting
Regular Meeting Reconvened at 7:24 p.m.
Councilmember McEvoy moved to adjourn the meeting at 8:11 p.m.
ATTEST: Joe L. Piccolo, Mayor
Laurie Tryon, City Recorder