City minutes Nov. 2, 2020


City minutes
City Council Proceedings
November 2, 2020
The governing body of the City of Powell met in regular session at 6:00 p.m. on November 2, 2020 in the Council Chambers of City Hall. Mayor Wetzel called the meeting to order and the following were present: Mayor John Wetzel, Council Members Tim Sapp, Floyd Young, Lesli Spencer, Scott Mangold and Steven Lensegrav.
City Officials: City Administrator Zack Thorington, City Clerk Tiffany Brando, City Attorney Sandee Kitchen, Deputy Attorney Scott Kath and Director of Public Works Ben Hubbard.
Approval of Agenda: Councilwoman Spencer moved to approve the agenda as presented, seconded by Councilman Mangold, unanimous approval, MOTION CARRIED.
Approval of October 19, 2020 minutes: Councilman Young moved to approve minutes as presented, seconded by Councilman Lensegrav, unanimous approval, MOTION CARRIED.
Bills and Claims: Councilman Sapp abstained #54. Councilman Lensegrav made a motion the bills be allowed and authorize the Treasurer to draw warrants for payment of the same, seconded by Councilman Young, unanimous approval, MOTION CARRIED.
PUBLIC HEARING 6:05 PM: Consider the Zoning Designation of Cedarwood Subdivision Phase V (R-L) Limited Residential District. Attorney Kath opened the meeting, no public comment, closed meet at 6:05 p.m.
Ordinance No. 5, 2020: An Ordinance to Change the Zoning Designation of the Cedarwood Subdivision, Phase V, from its Current Designation of A-C, Agricultural Cultivation to R-L, Limited Residential District. Councilman Young moved to approve on first reading, seconded by Councilman Mangold, unanimous approval, MOTION CARRIED.
Committee Updates: Councilwoman Spencer PEP Advisory Board, Councilman Young YCAN and Councilman Lensegrav Golf Board.
Ordinance No. 4, 2020: An Ordinance Amending Section 17.04.010 of the Powell City Code Pertaining to the Definition of Two-Family Dwellings. Councilman Sapp requested a change on the firewall verbiage, DPW Hubbard and Administrator Thorington addressed that the language is stated in the adopted building code. Councilman Sapp moved to approve and replacing language to state, “firewall as required in adopted building codes on third reading and authorize necessary signatures, seconded by Councilman Mangold, unanimous approval, MOTION CARRIED.
Ordinance No. 6, 2020: An Ordinance Amending Section 6.04.030(A) of the Powell City Code Pertaining to Restrictions on Animals Within City Limits as Will Allow the Keeping and Slaughtering of Animals Pursuant to Sections 6.04.080 of the Powell City Code.
Ordinance No. 7, 2020: An Ordinance Amending Section 6.04.080 of the Powell City Code Allowing for the Slaughtering of Animals at an Approved Slaughter House Facility. Attorney Kath presented both ordinances together and comments were taken by Mayor Wetzel. Mike Logan addressead concern with his adjacent property and the contents of the building if a suspected increase of rodents in the area and concern on his personal property. Mayor Wetzel addressed some restrictions placed on any facility through State and USDA certifications. David Petersen, proposed owner of a facility at 887 E North St. gave an overview of plans and requirements of the facility. Councilwoman Spencer asked for specifics on drop off times on slaughter days and how long the animals are allowed on site. Mr. Petersen said drop off tentatively between 8am-8:30am and plan to be done by 5 pm but can have on site for 12 hrs. Councilman Mangold mention after the change to ordinance the City and the owner will have an agreement for health and safety that will be agreed upon before accepting location for such facility. Cindy Sapp spoke on the need for the slaughter facility to be outside city limits, referenced the cheese house and smells associated and also mention slaughter house in Cody received funding for large expansion and would not like to see this in town. Tammy Howard addressed concern on news report heard on a radio station and Councilman Mangold addressed it is the opinion of one person and no decision has been made. Councilman Mangold made a motion to approve on first reading Ordinance No. 6, 2020 and Ordinance No. 7, 2020, seconded by Councilman Young. Aye – Wetzel, Young, Spencer, Mangold, Lensegrav, Nay – Sapp, MOTION CARRIED.
There being no further business to be considered at this meeting, Councilman Lensegrav moved to adjourn, seconded by Councilwoman Spencer unanimous approval, MOTION CARRIED. Mayor Wetzel adjourned the regular meeting at 6:33 p.m.
City Clerk

1 AFLAC Dependent Childcare $516.66 Payroll Deductions
2 AFLAC Insurance Premiums $2,194.32 Payroll Deductions
3 AFLAC Unreimbursed Medical $4,360.58 Payroll Deductions
4 Internal Revenue Service $71,552.72 FICA
5 Great West Retirement Service $5,851.98 Deferred Compensation
6 Wyoming Retirement System $49,848.80 Retirement Contribution
7 Health Benefit Plan $97,780.00 Plan Benefit
9 TOTAL PAID WAGES IN OCTOBER 2020 $246,115.61
10 360 Office Solutions Aquatics $112.00 Copy Machine Fees
11 Absaroka Door Water $85.00 Service Call Hinge & Roller Repairs 12 Absaroka Construction WstWtr $2,320.00 Concrete Work for Manholes
13 Aldrich’s Parks,WWtr $125.85 Sealing Foam & Spray Paint
14 Alsco Plice $59.42 Mat Cleaning Fees
15 AT&T Mobility Admin $133.62 Monthly Cell IT & Admin
16 Big Horn COOP Marketing Assn. Various $35.00 Bead Sealer, Repair Rim & Tire Repairs
17 Bobcat of the Bighorn Basin Parks $1,564.83 Control Links, Nuts & Bolts
18 Border States Electric Supply Electric $186.61 Cable
19 Bradford Supply Company Parks $20.70 Brass Nipples, Bushings & Pressure Gauge
20 Carquest Strts,Shop $29.25 Filter & Oil Pressure Switch 21 CED Electri $220.52 Contactors
22 Charter Communications Police $7.43 Monthly Cable TV
23 Contemporary Concrete Products WstWtr $1,205.00 Curb & Gutter Replacement 24 Eckerdt, Roy Police $358.53 3 Night Stay Utah Training 25 Energy Laboratories, Inc WstWtr $714.00 Waste Water Testing
26 Fastenal Elec Shp $23.55 Batteries & Gloves
27 Ferguson Enterprises, Inc. #2697 Water $8,820.00 Barrel Assembly
28 General Distributing Co Aquatics $1,220.79 CO2 & Tank Rental Fees
29 Griffis Quality Fencing Parks $12,025.00 Fence for Westside Tennis Court
30 Gullion, Willis C Streets $40.00 CDL License Renewal
31 Heart Mountain Farm Supply Parks $249.10 Kubota Mower Parts
32 Intermountain Sweeper Company Streets $1,120.87 Sweeper Switch & Head Hose
33 John Deere Financial Various $1,137.15 Misc. Purchases for Various Departments
34 Kois Brothers Equipment Sanitation $3,036.58 Dump Cylinder & Wiring Harness
35 Mid-American Research Chemical Parks $128.03 Deodorizer
36 Mountain West Computer Elec Pol $111.27 Toner, Keyboards, CD Envelopes & USB
37 Mr. D’s Powell Streets $17.91 Plates & Plastic Cutlery
38 Napa Auto Parts Various $653.99 Misc. Purchases for Various Departments
39 National Band & Tag Company Police $133.20 2021 Dog Tags
40 Northwest Rural Water District Aiprt,WWtr $310.11 Monthly Water Bills
41 O’Reilly Automotive, Inc. Police $478.46 Strut Assembly & Sway Bar Link
42 Office Shop, The Police $42.48 Monthly Copy Machine Fees
43 Powell Ace Hardware, LLC Various $206.60 Wrenches, Therm., Drain Cleaner, Lock,
Paint, Sign & Tape
44 Powell Economic Partnership, Inc EconDev $12,500.00 1st Qtr. Special Request
45 Powell Valley Recycling Task Force Sanitation $336.00 Bailing Wire
46 Powell Welding & Indus. Supply Water $37.60 Drill Bits & Door Latch
47 Production Machine Company Various $5,116.21 Hyd. Hose, Frost Clips, Fittings, Rod &
Truck Repair
48 Quality Asphalt Paving Wtr,WWat $18,585.00 Asphalt Work On Storm Drain & Street
49 Quill Various $158.58 Wipes, Folders, Pens, Highlighters &
50 Rimrock Tire Elec,Sani $918.05 Tire Repairs
51 Rocky Mountain Power WstWtr $31.48 Electric Fees for Road 6 Pump
52 Rotational Molding Inc. Sanitation $19,622.80 300 Gallon & 90 Gallon Trash Containers
53 Sanders Plumbing & Heating, Inc Admin $228.50 Winterize Plaza Diane
54 Sapp, Tim Council $14.95 Mileage for SMP Meeting in Cody
55 Specialty Tool & Attachment WstWtr $700.00 Laser & Grade Rod Rental
56 Titan Machinery Electric $47.45 Filter
57 US. Foods Aquatics $508.15 Toilet Paper, Towels & Concession Supplies
58 USA Blue Book (Customer 913775) Water $562.09 Valve Rebuild for Water Dock
59 Valli Information Systems, Inc. Finance $1,354.42 Oct. Postage & Processing for Utility Bills
60 Verizon Wireless Various $938.97 Monthly Cell Phone Charges
61 WAM-WCCA Electric $2,500.00 2nd Qtr. Loan Pymt for Bent Street Lighting
62 Warren Transport Sanitation $14,454.60 Trash Hauling Fees
63 WESCO Electric $936.86 Lights & Photo Cells for Aquatic Center
64 White Ink Police $30.20 3 Part Receipt Books
65 Williams Inland Distributors Aquatics $20.64 Concession Supplies
66 Woodward Tractor & Rental Inc Parks $810.59 Compressor Rental
67 Wyoming Department of Health Water $168.00 Water Testing Fees
68 Wyoming Dept. of Transportation Administration $2.00 License Plate Transfer Fees
69 Wyoming Municipal Power Agency Electric $325,251.80 September Power Bill
Total Claims: 4-Nov-20 $442,767.79
Publ., Tues., Nov. 10, 2020