October 10 2018 Agenda

DAYTON CITY COUNCIL

111 S. 1st Street, Dayton, WA 99328

PRELIMINARY AGENDA

REGULAR MEETING

Wednesday, October 10, 2018

6:00 p.m.

Craig George, Mayor

1. CALL TO ORDER

A. Roll Call

2. CONSENT AGENDA – ACTION:

A. City Council Meeting Minutes - August 8, 2018

B. Approve of Voucher Warrants as audited by the Finance Committee in the amount of $ 383,110.08

C. Approve of Payroll Warrants for September 2018 in the amount of $87,437.27

3. SPECIAL GUESTS AND PUBLIC COMMENT

4. COMMITTEE/BOARD/COMMISSION REPORTS

A. Parks and Public Grounds: Main Street Tree Committee Project - Delphine Bailey, Chair

5. REPORTS OF CITY OFFICERS

A. Jim Costello, Public Works Director:

i. FEMA Street Repairs Project Update

ii. E. Washington Street Preservation Project

iii. Inert Waste Site Permit Application Status

B. Meagan Bailey, Planning Director:

i. Code Compliance Focus

ii. General Updates, i.e. Zoning Changes, Infill Provision Additions

C. Trina Cole, City Administrator:

i. Washington State Department of Archives Grant Award of $9,700 for digitizing an assortment of

public records

ii. 2019-21 Palouse RTPO TA Funding Program Grant Award of $211,000 for S. 3rd Street Sidewalk

Replacement Project

iii. Special City Council Meeting – November 27, 2018: Hearing on 2019 Final City of Dayton Budget

6. UNFINISHED BUSINESS

7. NEW BUSINESS

A. ACTION: Authorize Resolution No. 1353 – A resolution amending Dayton Historic Preservation

Commission By-Laws – Meagan Bailey, Planning Director

B. ACTION: Adopt Docket Item Nos. 1 – 6 to be processed in the 2020 Comprehensive Plan Update as

presented in the Planning Department Staff Report dated 09/18/2018

C. ACTION: Authorize Resolution No. 1354 – Adopting Findings and Conclusions for Docket Items that will

not be processed in the 2020 Comprehensive Plan Update

D. ACTION: Approve Anderson Perry & Associates, Inc. Task Order for performing Surveying services for

City/County Property Exchange not to exceed $5,300

E. ACTION: Approve Anderson Perry & Associates, Inc. Task Order for performing surveying services for

landfill boundary line adjustment not to exceed $5,000

8. ADJOURN

Next Regular Meeting is November 14, 2018, at 6:00 p.m. at Dayton City Hall, 111 S. 1st Street, Dayton, WA 99328.

DAYTON CITY COUNCIL MINUTES

Regular Meeting

Wednesday August 8,2018

111 S. 1st Street

Dayton, WA 99328

1. CALL TO ORDER: Mayor George calls the meeting to order at 6:00 p.m.

Roll Call: Present –Byron Kaczmarski, Dain Nysoe, Delphine

Bailey, Zac Weatherford, Matt Wiens, Kathy Berg,

Excused Absences - Michael Paris

2. CONSENT AGENDA:

ACTION: Berg makes a motion; Weatherford seconds the motion, and the

motion carries unanimously approving the Consent Agenda as

presented:

A. (i) Approve July 11, 2018 City Council Meeting Minutes;

B. Approve the Voucher Warrants as Audited by Finance Committee

$244,485.09

C. Approve the following Payroll Warrants for July 2018:

# 45896- #46008 ~ $80,978.97

3. SPECIAL GUESTS/PUBLIC COMMENT

Vicki Zoller – 720 E Tremont ~ President of Friends of the Dayton Pool –

Committee update – Working on Website, Grant Writing updates, Fundraising

update, Survey sent out for wants and needs of what people would like to

see at the pool. Approx. $17,000.00 was used for summer rec. to bus local

kids to Prescott pool. Community Transit has been running people out to

Prescott twice a day with Summer Rec Chaperones on board. A Check was

presented from the Friends of the pool for 6,300.00 to be applied towards

the Pool Assessment bill. Mayor George discussed the Parks and Rec.

District and levy capacity.

Gerald Pulliam – 346 S Touchet Road ~ Has questions on a letter they

received from the City of Dayton Code Compliance Officer in regard to his

trees on Washington Street. Would like to recommend 10 foot from the street

for trees to be trimmed. Mayor George commented the law has been on the

books for a long time, if it needs to be changed we will give this

information to the Planning Commission to take a look at it.

4. COMMITTEE/BOARD/ COMMISSIONER REPORTS

None

5. REPORTS OF CITY OFFICERS

Public Safety – No Report

Public Works – No Report

Agenda Item No. 2(A)(i)

Finance – Council member Weatherford commented – We will touch on the items

under New Business.

Parks/Public Grounds – No Report

Planning/Economic Development – Council member Kaczmarski reported they

have some items under Planning on the Agenda.

Personnel – No report

Emergency Management – No report.

Chamber of Commerce – Council member Berg – stated its our quite time now,

Bailey commented that the music on main street is a nice addition.

Sherriff – Sherriff Miller reported he has hired two new officers.

Public Works – Public Works Assistant Dave Elkins reported – City Crew is

busy with ongoing projects. Getting Painting street done. Elkins discussed

the Main Street trees issues. JJ Dippel stated she cut her own shrubs,

Elkins and the council thanked her for doing that.

Commissioners – No report.

Code Compliance –Planner M. Bailey presented photos of 212 N First St. Code

Compliance focus this month.

Planning - Planner M. Bailey – Comprehensive Plan update – Hired Consultant

Ben Floyd with White Bluff Consulting. Draft Docket items will be

presenting to the Planning Commission on Tuesday the 21st. 90% of what we

are requesting are changes initiated by staff. UGA land swap, Adoption of

the Blue Mountain Regional Trails, Improve retail development downtown,

Updates to the Countywide Planning Policy, Updates to the Comprehensive

Plan docketing Process.

Docket Items – Improve restroom facilities at the Sports Complex, Improve

recycling facilities, Tree heights over public right of ways. These items

will be presented to the Planning Commission this month, with public

hearing in September with adoption at October meeting.

City Clerk – No Report

Mayor Pro-Tempore - No report

Mayor – No Report

6. UNFINISHED BUSINESS

A. ACTION: Bailey makes a motion; Wiens seconds the motion,

Authorizing Resolution No 1347, awarding a professional services

agreement for the Dayton Swimming Pool Facility Condition

Assessment to ORB Architects, Inc: and, authorizing the mayor to

execute a professional services agreement with ORB Architects,

Inc for said services. Not to exceed $49,648.00. Motion carries

unanimously.

7. NEW BUSINESS

A. ACTION: Kaczmarski makes a motion: Nysoe seconds the motion to

Authorize Anderson Perry & Associates, Inc. Task Order to complete

engineering services associated with the Inert Waster Landfill

Project. Not to exceed $10,000.00. The motion carries unanimously.

B. ACTION: Bailey makes a motion: Berg seconds the motion to Authorize

Change Order No.1 for the FEMA Street Repairs Projects-FEMA

portion. The motion carries unanimously.

C. ACTION: Bailey makes a motion: Berg seconds the motion to Authorize

Change Order No. 2 for the FEMA Street Repairs Projects-City/Seneca

portion. The motion carries unanimously.

D. ACTION: TABLED –Resolution No. 1348, authorizing the Mayor to

sign an interlocal agreement with the Planning Department

Services with Columbia County. (Need to redraft and re - sign

with 60 days termination timeline.)

E. ACTION: Nysoe makes a motion: Berg seconds the motion to Authorize

Ordinance No. 1937, amending certain section of Title 11 of the

Dayton Municipal Code (DMC)-Zoning, Amending various sections

of the zoning code. The motion carries unanimously.

F. ACTION: Nysoe makes a motion: Kaczmarski seconds the motion to

Authorize Appointment of JJ Dippel to the Dayton Historic

Preservation Commission with a 3-year term to expire September

2021. The motion carries unanimously

G. ACTION: Bailey makes a motion: Weatherford seconds the motion

to Authorize PP&L to start the LED Light Replacement program,

Mayor to sign contract. The motion carries unanimously

8. FINAL PUBLIC COMMENT

Berg – Want to thank Vicki Zoller for the work on the pool and

for the wonderful pictures she took at the Depot the other

night.

Nysoe – Thank you everyone for coming to the meeting tonight,

its nice to see all the chairs filled up.

Kacmarski – Thank you all for coming to the meeting tonight.

Mayor George – Reminded everyone to vote.

9. ADJOURN

With no further business to come before the Council, the regular meeting is

adjourned at 6:58 p.m. Next regular meeting is September 12, 2018.

City of Dayton

____________________________

By: Craig George, Mayor

Attested: Approved:

Sept 12, 2018

 

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