2 - February 13, 2019 Agenda

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DAYTON CITY COUNCIL

111 S. 1st Street, Dayton, WA 99328

CRAIG GEORGE, MAYOR

PRELIMINARY AGENDA

REGULAR MEETING

Wednesday, February 13, 2019

6:00 p.m.

1. CALL TO ORDER

A. Roll Call

2. CONSENT AGENDA – ACTION:

A. Approve City Council Meeting Minutes as written for:

i. December 19, 2018

ii. December 27, 2018; and,

iii. January 9, 2019

B. Approve Voucher Warrants as audited by the Finance Committee

C. Approve Payroll Warrants for January 2019

D. Affirm Mayor George’s Re-appointment of Carol Lane to the Dayton Historic Preservation

Commission for a full appointment, with term expiry of February 28th, 2022.

E. Authorize Task Order for Comp Plan update

F. Authorize Task Order for 2019 Street Projects as budgeted in the 2019 Budget

3. SPECIAL GUESTS AND PUBLIC COMMENT:

A. Public Hearing; Receive public testimony on the 2019 – 2024 Capital Improvement Plan:

i. ACTION: Resolution No. 1366, adopting the City of Dayton’s 2019 – 2024 Capital

Improvement Plan

4. COMMITTEE/BOARD/COMMISSION REPORTS:

A. Wastewater Treatment Plant Project

B. Application for Inert Waste Site Permit

C. Golf Course and Flour Mill Park Restroom Land Exchange

D. Follow-Up on request to maintain and operate private drives within the Cornaggia Addition

5. REPORTS OF CITY OFFICERS:

A. Code Compliance Update – Meagan Bailey, Planning Director

6. UNFINISHED BUSINESS:

A. ACTION: Resolution No. 1367 - engineering services contract with Anderson Perry & Associates,

Inc. for 2019-2021

7. NEW BUSINESS:

A. ACTION: Resolution No. 1368, authorizing a personnel contract with James C. Costello – Mayor

Craig George

B. ACTION: Resolution No. 1369 – authorizing a personnel contract with Debra M. Hays – Mayor

Craig George

C. ACTION: Resolution No. 1370 – authorizing a personnel contract with Trina D. Cole – Mayor Craig

George

D. ACTION: Resolution No. 1371, adopting updated countywide planning policies for Columbia

County – Meagan Bailey, Planning Director

E. ACTION: Resolution No. 1372 – Flood Control Zone District – Mayor Craig George

F. ACTION: Resolution No. 1373 - Amend Master Fee Schedule to include changes to building permit

fees and charges – Meagan Bailey, Planning Director

G. ACTION: Gas Tax Agreement - Transportation Improvement Board for grant funding to replace the

Main Street Light bulbs to LED – Craig George, Mayor

8. FINAL PUBLIC COMMENT

9. ADJOURN

Next regular meeting is March 13, 2019 at 6:00 p.m. at Dayton City Hall, 111 S. 1st Street, Dayton, WA 99328.

Agenda: 02/13/2019

No. 2(A)(iii)

01/09/2019 City Council Minutes

Approved: 02/13/2019

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DAYTON CITY COUNCIL MINUTES

Regular Meeting

Wednesday, January 9, 2019

111 S. 1st Street

Dayton, WA 99328

1. CALL TO ORDER

Mayor Craig George calls the meeting to order at approximately 6:00 p.m.

Roll Call: Present: Kathy Berg, Matt Wiens, Dain Nysoe, Byron Kaczmarski, Delphine Bailey,

Mike Paris, Zac Weatherford

Staff: Meagan Bailey, Planning Director; Trina Cole, City Administrator

2. CONSENT AGENDA:

ACTION: Berg makes a motion; Paris seconds the motion, and the motion carries unanimously

approving the Consent Agenda as follows:

Approval of the following vouchers for payment:

Claims: 46406-46407; 46461-46524; 46556 $ 116,354.66

Payroll: 46525-46555 $ 65,331.96

Total $ 181,686.62.

3. SPECIAL GUESTS/PUBLIC COMMENT

Kathryn Witherington, 702 N. 1st Street, also serving as Port of Columbia Economic Development

Coordinator, provides statistics regarding the affordable housing in Columbia County. She

explains that she is seeking out volunteers to serve on a solution-based affordable housing

committee for the area. Discussion surrounds the value of incentives in creating affordable

housing for Dayton. Mayor George states that Meagan Bailey, Planning Director will be a

volunteer on the committee. Berg asks if senior housing will be considered. Ms. Witherington

states yes, that is part of a multi-tiered solution. There is no action.

4. COMMITTEE/BOARD/ COMMISSIONER REPORTS

Public Safety – There is no report.

Public Works – There is no report.

Finance – There is no report.

Parks/Public Grounds – Cole reports that the City was selected to submit a full proposal for the

Department of Urban Forestry’s Small Community Forestry Assistance Program. The proposal is

due in February. Nysoe asks what the grant would be specifically used for. D. Bailey and Cole

explain that the proposal is to hire a consultant to assist the City and stakeholders in creating

management solutions for the Main Street Trees.

Planning/Economic Development – There is no report.

Personnel – There is no report.

Emergency Management – There is no report.

Chamber of Commerce – There is no report.

Commissioners – There is no report.

5. REPORTS OF CITY OFFICERS

Sheriff – Wiens reports that the Sheriff’s Office will be conducting a Citizen Academy in 2019.

Public Works – There is no report.

Agenda: 02/13/2019

No. 2(A)(iii)

01/09/2019 City Council Minutes

Approved: 02/13/2019

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