June 13 2018 Minutes

DAYTON CITY COUNCIL MINUTES

Regular Meeting

Wednesday June 13,2018

111 S . p t Street

Dayton, WA 99328

1 . CALL TO ORDER:

approximately 6:00 p .m.

Mayor George calls the meeting to order a t

Roll Call: Present - Byron Kaczmarski Michael Paris, Delphine

Bailey, Zac Weatherford, Matt Wiens , Dain Nysoe ,

Kathy Berg (ent e r ed the meeting at approximately 6 : 10

~ ~(amended 07/11/2018)

~~: Kathy Berg (amended 07/11/2018)

2. CONSENT AGENDA:

ACTION : Approval of May 9, 2018 Meeting Minutes - Tabled

Approval of May 21 , 2018 Speci al Meeting Minutes

Approval of Voucher Warrants as audited by t he Finance

Committee: 45597 ; 4570 0- 45702; 45722- 45765 ; 45768 - 45 772 ; 45774

$392,311.01

Approval of Payr oll Warrants:

$83 , 0 1 6 . 87

45703-45720; 45775- 45801

Confirm Mayor' s Acceptance of Resignation from Carol Rahn from

the Dayton Planning Commission effective J une 1 , 2018

Bai l ey makes a motion; Pari s seconds t he motion, and t he motion

carries unanimou s l y approving the Consent Agenda as presented :

3 . SPECIAL GUESTS/PUBLIC COMMENT

Nothing .

4 . COMMITTEE/BOARD/ COMMISSIONER REPORTS

Public Safety - No Report

Public Works - No Report

Finance - No Report

Parks/Public Grounds - No Report

Planning/Economic Development - No Report

Personnel - No Report

Emergency Management - No report

Chamber of Commerce - Council member Berg absent - Mayor George Reported

on All Whee ls Weekend .

Sheriff - Sheriff Mil ler discussed h iring a new Deputy that will come on

board July 1 , 2018.

Public Works - Mayor Geor ge reported on the FEMA Street Repair Project .

They will Start just after t he 4 th of Jul y.

Update on Main Str eet Restriping - has been postponed until 2019, also

doing an overlay has been postponed for a year also .

Commissioners - No report.

Code Compliance - Planner Bailey discussed the division of t he City into 8

zones. Code Compliance spotlight of the month was the old Cutstock plant

area, (Pulp Mill) . They had a straw/pul p issue and they got it all cleaned

up. Another success story for the month of June. The zones have been

working great as ther e is a 14 days response time to reply to the issue .

Planner Bailey not ed t he areas of concerns are veh icl es and Rv's in t he

righ t of way. She woul d like to present some edits to the existing Code

Compliance Ordinance.

Councilmember Bailey asked about a residence t hat has continual Code

Compliance issues. Planner Bailey has spoken to the County Attorney as a

general information session. It ' s a kind of a difficult situation, we will

be proceeding very cautiously on this case. Nysoe asked about another

problem area on 3rd Street, Sheriff Miller informed Nysoe of the plan for

disposal of the property. Nysoe also asked about the Goff property. Planner

Bailey has been working with Gaffs ' on two pieces of property.

Planning - Pfa~e~ Bailey - Stated that there are currently two openi ngs

on the ~y~on (amended 07/11/2018) Planni ng Commission . She did

receive interest from two people this week, she hopes to have those

positions filled soon.

Camp Plan Updat es ; Bailey did receive lots o f i nteres t from consultants .

The close date is on the 28th or 29th of June. She will choose a consultant

by mid-July . Planner Bailey advertisements in both The Dayton Chronicle

and The Waitsburg Times papers .

As a member of the Dog Park, Planner Bailey would like to formally thank

the City crew for installing the new sign and all their hard work .

5 . REPORTS OF CITY OFFICERS

City Clerk - No Report

Mayor Pro-Tempore - No report

Mayor - Mayor George asked council member Wiens , about issues wi th enforcing

an Ordinance of blocking sidewalks. Wiens discussed in detail the issue

the City of Dayton has with several ordi nances t hat have no penalty or fees

related to them . The Sheriffs Dept cannot enforce them as current ly written

. Mayor George suggested giving this issue to t he Planning Committee . He

also suggested working with the Planning Commission and Joe to get this

taken care of.

6 . UNFINI SHED BUSINESS

A. ACTION: Authorize Ordinance No. 1933, adopting a Compl ete Streets

Policy.

Nysoe makes a motion: Kaczmarski seconds the motion to adopt AN

ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF DAYTON , WASHINGTON, ADDING

CHAPTER 8-12 , COMPLETE STREETS POLICY, TO THE TITLE 8 OF THE DAYTON

MUNICIPAL CODE, STREETS AND бPUBLIC WAYS . The motion carries unanimously .

7 . NEW BUSINESS

PUBLIC HEARING 6 :18 PM - 6 Year TIP

A. Action: Berg makes a motion: Bailey seconds the motion to

Authorize Resolution No. 1342 , Authorizing the 2019- 2024 6-Year

Transportation Improvement Program. The motion carries unanimously .

Public Hearing Close 6 :25 PM

B . Action: Bailey makes a motion: Paris seconds the motion to Authorize

Ordinance No .1 934, amending Section 1. 2. 04 of the Dayton Municipal

Code , Regular City Council Meetings. Changing from 7 :00 PM to 6 : 00 PM

The motion carries unanimously .

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

Resolution No.1343, authorizing a cell phone stipend for the Mayor. The

motion carries unanimously.

D. ACTION: Tabled - Planning Services Contract and Code Compliance

Services Contract

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

Resolution 1344, Official Newspaper of Record professional services

agreement with Dayton Chronicle . The motion carries unanimously.

F. ACTION: Paris makes a motion: Bailey seconds the motion to Authorize

Resolution No .1345, Accepting the Washington St/S 5th St/E . Patit

Avenue Water and Sewer Main Improvements Project by Sharpe and

Preszler Construction Co ., Inc as Final and Complete . The motion

carries unanimously.

G. ACTION : Berg makes a motion: Paris seconds the motion to

Authorize Ordinance No 1935 - Repealing Chapter 5-18 of the Dayton

Municipal Code in its entirety; repealing Ordinances 1544 , 1656, 1620

and 1768 in their entirety; and, adopting a new Chapter 5 . 18

Historic Preservation, of the Dayton Municipal Code . The motion

carries unanimously.

8. FINAL PUBLIC COMMENT

Scott Marinella - Mr Marinella lives in the County but He does own

property on Main Street. Mr Marinella is concerned about how big the trees

are getting on main street . He did have damage to t he roof o f his building

from the last big storm, h i s Company did submit an insurance claim to their

insurance company . The Trees have become a nuisance and a hazard. Mayor

George - said he woul d talk with the Public Works Department.

Mr . Marinella also asked about the Swimming Pool RFPs. The Pool is a huge

need here in our community. He would like to stress the importance of

getting the pool back up and running and continued maintenance, so i t will

not fail again.

Nysoe - Had questions about getting a professional Arborist t o come in and

trim the Main Street Trees , Council member Bailey explained We are in the

process of selecting a Tree Maintenance Committee.

Council Member Berg - All Wheels this Weekend .

Council Member Bai l ey - Said she threw us all under the bus today on Social

Media - Bai ley offered for members of the community to come to City Hall

and talk to the Mayor/Staff/City Council Member if they have issues or

concerns about things in the community bef ore putting it on social media .

Mayor George - City Council had a l l Commi ttee meetings last week except

Finance Committee , Finance will meet t he 25 of June .

9 . ADJOURN

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

adjourned at 6:45 p.m .

City of Dayt on

By: Crai g George, Mayor

Attested: Approved:

07/11/2018

Trina Cole , City Cl erk/Admi n i strat or Date

 

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