City minutes June 21, 2022


City Council Proceedings
June 21, 2022
The governing body of the City of Powell met in regular session at 6:00 p.m. on June 21, 2022 in the Council Chambers of City Hall. Mayor John Wetzel called the meeting to order and the following were present: Council Members Tim Sapp, Zane Logan, Lesli Spencer, Steven Lensegrav and Geoff Hovivian. City Officials: City Administrator Zack Thorington, City Clerk Tiffany Brando, City Attorney Sanitation Supt. Allen Griffin and Deputy Attorney Scott Kath via Phone. Approval of Agenda: Councilwoman Spencer moved to approve the agenda as presented, seconded by Councilman Logan, unanimous approval, MOTION CARRIED.
Approval of June 6, 2022 minutes: Councilman Sapp moved to approve as presented, seconded by Councilman Lensegrav, unanimous approval, MOTION CARRIED. Bills and Claims: Mayor Wetzel abstained #60. Councilman Lensegrav made a motion the bills be allowed and authorize the Treasurer to draw warrants for payment of the same, seconded by Councilwoman Spencer, unanimous approval, MOTION CARRIED.
PUBLIC HEARING: Proposed Budget Fiscal Year 2022-2023 opened at 6:02 p.m. by Attorney Kath, no comments, closed at 6:03 p.m. ORDINANCE NO. 1, 2022: An Ordinance to Provide for the 2022-23 Budget for the City of Powell, Wyoming for the Fiscal Year Beginning the First Day of July 2022 and Ending the 30th Day of June 2023. Read by Attorney Kath by title, Councilman Sapp moved to approve and authorize signatures on third reading, seconded by Councilman Logan, unanimous approval, MOTION CARRIED.
Councilman Floyd Young arrived at 6:04 p.m. Request waiver of fees at Washington Park for Powell Economic Partnership Meet the Candidates Aug. 11th. Councilman Lensegrav moved to approve, seconded by Councilwoman Spencer, unanimous approval, MOTION CARRIED.
Memorandum of Understanding Powell Economic Partnership, Administrator Thorington clarified the budget was approved for $55,000. Councilman Hovivian moved to approve, seconded by Councilwoman Spencer, unanimous approval, MOTION CARRIED. Committee Updates: Councilman Logan Recycle Board, Councilman Lensegrav Rec Board, Councilman Young YCAN and Councilman Sapp Shoshone Pipeline. Economic Development Project Boat Ramp HWY 295 and request for encroachment permit presented by Mayor Wetzel and is a project from Park County Outdoor Recreation Collaborative, the funds appropriate for the project are to enhance outdoor rec in Park County. Asking the City to be the official agency to oversee the project, and permitting, no funds required. Funding will go through PEP, game and fish will own the ramp after it is built and City to apply for permitting through WYDOT for the encroachment. Councilman Lensegrav moved to approve and authorize signatures for encroachment permit and to oversee the project, seconded by Councilman Hovivian, unanimous approval, MOTION CARRIED.
ORDINANCE NO. 2, 2022: An Ordinance Increasing Sanitation and Recycle Rates, and Establishing a Garbage Collection and Hauling Fuel Surcharge, Pursuant to Powell City Code Section 8.08.120. Ready by title by Attorney Kath, Councilman Young moved to approve and authorize necessary signatures on third reading, seconded by Councilwoman Spencer, unanimous approval, MOTION CARRIED.
MSW Haul Contract update from previous contract with a 10-day termination for both supplier and contractor. Councilman Hovivian moved to approve and authorize necessary signatures, seconded by Councilman Logan, unanimous approval, MOTION CARRIED.
There being no further business to be considered at this meeting, Councilwoman Spencer moved to adjourn, seconded by Hovivian, unanimous approval, MOTION CARRIED. Mayor Wetzel adjourned the regular meeting at 6:20 p.m.
/s/ John F. Wetzel, Mayor ATTEST:
/s/ Tiffany Brando, City Clerk

PAYROLL CLAIMS 1 AFLAC Dependent Childcare $516.66 Payroll Deductions
2 AFLAC Insurance Premiums $2,191.82 Payroll Deductions 3 AFLAC Unreimbursed Medical $3,083.52 Payroll Deductions 4 Internal Revenue Service $73,287.93 FICA
5 MASA Medical Air Services Assn $760.00 Payroll Deductions 6 Great West Retirement Service $7,837.19 Deferred Compensation
7 WY Department of Workforce Services $- Workers Compensation
8 Wyoming Retirement System $51,488.78 Retirement Contribution
9 California State Disbursement $996.92 Child Support
10 Health Benefit Plan $94,660.00 Plan Benefit TOTAL PAYROLL RELATED: $234,822.82 TOTAL PAID WAGES IN MAY 2022 $248,984.16 12 360 Office Solutions Aqua, Finance $203.40 Monthly Copy Machine Fees 13 Ascent Aviation Group, Inc Airport $31.20 Monthly Communication Fees
14 Bailey Enterprises Inc Various $15,073.01 May Fuel Charges
15 Big Horn COOP Marketing Assoc Parks $153.97 Tire Tube, Grass Seed & Fertilizer 16 Big Horn Redi Mix Water $666.00 Sand Slurry
17 Blair’s Market Aqua, Water $18.22 Zip Lock Bags, Buns & Mini Pops
18 Bobcat of the Bighorn Basin Elec, Parks $1,226.63 Cutting Edge for Skid Steer & Window
19 Border States Electric Supply Electric $6,904.42 Cabinets, Tool Apron & Bolts
20 Bradford Supply Company Streets, W Wat $196.03 Sprinkler Parts & Hose Fittings
21 Bruco, Inc. Administration $47.73 Tennant Parts
22 CardConnect Aquatics $356.94 May Credit Card Fees
23 Caring for Powell Animals Council $3,900.00 FY 21-22 Special Request 24 City of Billings Sanitation $19,781.70 Tipping Fees May 25 City of Powell ~ Utilities Various $19,226.51 Utility Bills
26 Cody Enterprise, The Electric $80.00 Employment Advertising
27 Cody Regional Health Police $438.00 ER Fees for Inmate 28 Crisis Intervention Services Council $8,000.00 FY 21-22 Special Request
29 Crum Electric Supply Electric $128.01 In Use Cover & Bulbs
30 Custom Delivery Service, Inc Waste Water $93.24 Sample Deliveries to E Labs
31 DrivePayments Water $169.79 May Credit Card Fees Water Dock
32 Energy Laboratories, Inc Waste Water $337.00 Waste Water Testing
33 Engineering Design Associates Aquatics $3,062.50 HVAC Engineering Fees
34 Fastenal Aquatics $16.09 Stainless Hardware 35 Franck, Steve Electric $49.80 Phone Case and Screen Pro 36 Fremont Motor Powell Electric $198.19 Floor Mats
37 Garland Light & Power Airport $2,805.45 Monthly Electric Bills
38 General Distributing Co Aquatics $580.64 CO2
39 Graybar Electric Company Electric $22.65 In Use Cover
40 Hartford, The Various $1,362.74 Monthly LTD Benefit
41 John Deere Financial Various $1,137.77 Work Boots, Cattle Panels, Hose,
Blades, Grass Seed & Saw Repairs
42 Kois Brothers Equipment Sanitation $3,389.49 Hydraulic Arms, Wiring Harness & Arm
43 Long Building Technologies, Inc Aqua, Parks $1,881.07 Heater Repairs PAC Lobby &
Homesteader Rest Area
44 Market at Powell, The Shop $1.49 Distilled Water
45 Midland Implement Company, Inc Parks $572.94 Sprinklers & Valves 46 Montana Dakota Utilities Co Various $7,759.22 Monthly Natural Gas Bills
47 Mountain Construction Company Streets $1,327.50 Hot Mix 48 Mountain West Computer Various $412.69 Coupler, Monitor, Ink, Adapter, Battery
& Cork Board
49 Napa Auto Parts Various $942.23 Misc. Purchases for Various Depts
50 Ness, Joy Police $179.00 Dispatch Polos & Embroidery
51 Norco Inc Parks $517.88 Trash Bags, Soap & Urinal Screens
52 O’Reilly Automotive, Inc. Parks, Streets $263.53 Sweeper Light, Driver Module, Fuel
Module & Motor Oil
53 Office Shop, The Admin, Police $378.13 Copy Machine Fees
54 One-Call of Wyoming Elec, Water $39.00 May Dig Ticket Fees
55 Park County Landfills Sanitation $188.14 Tipping Fees May 56 Petty Cash Parks $192.75 CDL License Fee
57 Powell Ace Hardware, LLC Various $416.84 Misc. Purchases for Various Depts
58 Powell Economic Partnership, Inc Econ Dev $25,000.00 3rd & 4th Qtr Special Funding FY 21-22
59 Powell Senior Citizens Ago-Go Council $5,000.00 4th Quarter Special Funding FY 21-22
60 Powell Tribune Various $2,908.87 May Advertising & Publishing Fees
61 Powell Valley Healthcare Police $100.00 Blood Draw Fees 62 Powell Valley Recycling Task Force Sanitation $5,510.73 Recycling Fees Collected
63 Powell Welding & Industrial Supply Parks $940.00 Trimmer/Blower, Edger, High Out Put
& Ear Plugs
64 Prestige Worldwide Technologies LLC Water $15,942.20 PRV Rebuilds
65 Rimrock Tire Corp Sanitation $1,451.91 Recaps, Tire Rotations & Tire Repairs
66 Saber Pest Control, LLC. Aquatics $100.00 June Pest Control
67 Shoshone Municipal Pipeline Water $72,125.68 Monthly Water & Tap Equivalents
68 State of Wyo Depart of Revenue Aqua, Electric $15,239.63 Sales Tax Collected May
69 TCT
70 Valli Information Systems, Inc. Finance $1,556.99 UB Processing, Postage, OTC, Online
& Alert Message Fees
71 Visa Various $11,669.11 Misc. Purchases for Various Depts
72 Vision West, Inc.
73 Warren Transport Sanitation $15,961.36 Trash Hauling Fees, Roadside Tire
Repair & Trailer ABS Repair
74 WESCO Receivables Corp Electric $2,090.00 Crimper 75 WPCI Various $169.52 Monthly Drug Test Fees
76 Wyoming Fire Safety Shop, Streets $281.00 Annual Fire Extinguisher Inspection
77 Wyoming Municipal Power Agency Electric $287,317.21 May Power Charges 22-Jun-22

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