City minutes September 6, 2022


City Council Proceedings
September 6, 2022
The governing body of the City of Powell met in regular session at 6:00 p.m. on September 6, 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, Floyd Young, Zane Logan, Steven Lensegrav and Geoff Hovivian. Absent Council Member Lesli Spencer. City Officials: City Administrator Zack Thorington, City Clerk Tiffany Brando, City Attorney Sandee Kitchen, Deputy Attorney Scott Kath and Building Official Ben Hubbard. Approval of Agenda: Councilman Logan moved to approve the agenda as presented, seconded by Councilman Hovivian, unanimous approval, MOTION CARRIED.
Approval of August 15, 2022 minutes: Councilman Young moved to approve as presented, seconded by Councilman Lensegrav, unanimous approval, MOTION CARRIED. Bills and Claims: 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: Budget Amendment FY 22/23 - Attorney Kitchen opened the public hearing at 6:02 p.m., no comments, closed public hearing at 6:03 p.m. Resolution 7, 2022: A Resolution to Amend the 2022-2023 Budget. Councilman Lensegrav moved to approve Resolution 7, 2022, seconded by Councilman Logan, unanimous approval, MOTION CARRIED. Request Waiver of Fees Softball Tourney: Brent Silva fundraiser Diamonds, Dingers & Dugouts will raise funds for Powell Legion Baseball on Sept. 17 & 18. Councilman Hovivian moved to approve, seconded by Councilman Logan, unanimous approval, MOTION CARRIED.
Gluten Free Oats Request for Additional Storage Building: Administrator Thorington stated this is for the city owned leased property and they would still need to apply for a building permit and determine if it would meet building code and follow all city codes, the city would add insurance on the new building and that cost would pass through to GFO. The new building would be at 1060 E Washington Street south of the current building. Councilman Lensegrav moved to approve the addition of a building on the GFO property, seconded by Councilman Sapp, unanimous approval, MOTION CARRIED. Discussion Wyoming Land and Water Conservation Fund Grant: Mayor Wetzel discussed a grant opportunity he received and would like to apply for a grant for a splash pad next to the aquatic center. The cap on the grant is $250,000 and it is a 50/50 match. Councilman Logan discussed when the frog pond was removed the city stated they would replace it with a splash pad if they could. Administrator Thorington is requesting approval to apply for this grant. Councilman Hovivian moved to approve applying for the Wyoming Land and Water Conservation Fund Grant, seconded by Councilman Logan, unanimous approval, MOTION CARRIED.
3rd Amended Plat – Gateway West Addition of Lot 18 & 19: Attorney Kath updated council on the plat for property owned by the city and the addition of lots, it has been recommended by Planning & Zoning for approval. Councilman Sapp moved to approve and authorize necessary signatures, seconded by Councilman Lensegrav, unanimous approval, MOTION CARRIED.
Tower Alliance Cell Tower Request of Amend Agreement: Administration Thorington discussed location of tower at legion fields and they would like to request an additional 1000 sq. ft. of area and add language for first right of refusal to the current agreement. Councilman Logan stated he is not comfortable tying up more land and expanding into the park with the current usage does not feel it is in the best interest to the public. Council discussed the industrial look of the area in a public park and do not wish to expand at this time. Councilman Logan made a motion the city is not interested in pursing the options of either amendment, seconded by Councilman Young, unanimous approval, MOTION CARRIED.
WYDOT/FAA Grant Approval funding for Loader-Mount Snow Plow Agreement, Administrator Thorington stated it is $45,000 from the grant and $5,000 from the city. Councilman Lensegrav moved to approve and authorize all necessary signatures, seconded by Councilman Logan, unanimous approval, MOTION CARRIED. General Announcements: Administrator Thorington gave an update hauling to Park County and have hired a Facilities Manager to start Sept. 12th.
There being no further business to be considered at this meeting, Councilman Hovivian moved to adjourn, seconded by Councilman Lensegrav, unanimous approval, MOTION CARRIED. Mayor Wetzel adjourned the regular meeting at 6:28 p.m.
/s/ John F. Wetzel, Mayor
/s/ Tiffany Brando, City Clerk

PAYROLL CLAIMS 1 AFLAC Dependent Childcare $516.66 Payroll Deductions
2 AFLAC Insurance Premiums $2,435.38 Payroll Deductions
3 AFLAC Unreimbursed Medical $3,083.52 Payroll Deductions
4 Internal Revenue Service $77,236.11 FICA
5 MASA Medical Air Services Assn $760.00 Payroll Deductions
6 Great West Retirement Service $8,137.78 Deferred Compensation
7 WY Dept of Workforce Services $-. Workers Compensation
8 Wyoming Retirement System $53,752.02 Retirement Contribution
9 California State Disbursement $996.92 Child Support
10 Health Benefit Plan $95,680.00 Plan Benefit TOTAL PAYROLL RELATED: $242,598.39 TOTAL PAID WAGES IN AUGUST 2022 $267,864.82
11 360 Office Solutions Aqua,Fin 185.76 Monthly Copy Machine Fees
12 Absaroka Door Shop 398.50 Repairs to Garage Door
13 Agri Industries Inc & Sax Electric Parks 40.00 Pipe Lube
14 Aldrich’s Wstatr 77.98 Drain Opener & Fish Tape
15 Alsco Admin,Pol 135.70 Mat & Mop Cleaning
16 AT&T Mobility Admi 134.72 Monthly Cell Admin & IT
17 Big Horn COOP Marketing Assn Parks 63.00 Turf Tire
18 Big Horn Redi Mix Water 30.00 Sand
19 Big Valley Bearing & Supply Sanitation 39.27 Trimmer Head
20 Bob’s Auto Repair Police 100.00 Towing Fees Unit 9-6
21 Body & Paint by Tait Electric 2,202.85 Repairs to Damaged Truck
22 Border States Electric Supply Electric 8,851.12 Bug Wrench, Arrestors, Bushing Covers, &
Cut Outs
23 Bradford Supply Company Parks,Wter 75.64 Hose Bibb Valve, Bushing, Fittings & Glue
24 Carquest Parks 32.71 Hydraulic Hose & Fittings
25 City of Powell ~ Utilities Various 26,455.22 Monthly Utility Fees
26 Colorado Time Systems Aquatics 15,550.00 Scoreboard Deposit
27 Custom Delivery Service, Inc WstWter 93.24 Sample Delivery E Labs
28 Energy Laboratories, Inc WsteWater 1,347.00 Waste Water Testing & DMR - Permit Sampling
29 Fastenal Electric 835.24 Washers, Crimp Tool, Rain Suit & Harnesses 30 Floyd’s Truck Center Sanitation 127.50 Window Regulator
31 General Distributing Co Aquatics 776.12 CO2
32 Graybar Electric Company Electric 4,818.00 12 Ton Crimper & Meter/Main Components
33 John Deere Financial Various 553.11 Filters, Blades, FR Pants, Bucket Lid & Ftings
34 Kois Brothers Equipment Sanitation 668.30 Switch Bank
35 Midland Implement Co., Inc Parks 37,194.82 1” Riser & Ventrac Mower
36 Mountain West Computer Airport,Sani 59.46 Ink, Wall Planner, Thermal Paper & Rolls
37 Napa Auto Parts Various 318.34 Oil Filters, Fuel Pump, Spark Plug, Weed
Eater & Belt
38 National Testing Network Police 150.00 Testing Services Annual Membership
39 Norco Inc Parks 261.10 Wypal Wipes
40 Normont Equipment WsteWter 2,107.24 Sewer Jet Nozzle & Hose
41 Northwest Rural Water District Airport 164.75 Monthly Water Fees
42 Park County Landfills Sanitation 1,587.70 Tipping Fees July
43 Park Cty Weed & Pest Control Dist. Parks,Sani 1,215.98 Herbicide
44 Peterbuilt of Wyoming Sanitation 109,000.00 2014 Peterbuilt 367 SBFA
45 Plumbing Plus Administration 382.20 Service Calls & Faucet
46 Powell Ace Hardware, LLC Various 366.40 Misc. Purchases for Various Departments
47 Production Machine Company Streets 6.32 1” C/R Round
48 Quality Asphalt Paving Streets 5,520.00 Reject Mix on Panther Blvd
49 Rimrock Tire Corp Sanitation 2,358.02 Steer Tires & Recap Tires
50 Rocky Mountain Fire Systems Aqua, Sani 565.00 Troubleshoot Alarm Sys. & Semi An. Alarm
Monitor. Fees
51 Rocky Mountain Power Waste Water 247.20 RD 6 Pump Fees
52 Saber Pest Control, LLC. Aquatics 100.00 Monthly Pest Control Fees
53 Sanders Plumbing & Heating, Inc Aquatics 773.21 Shower & Toilet Repairs
54 Sanders, Ray Shop 120.00 City Share Work Boots
55 T&R Electric Supply Company Electric 21,752.06 Transformer
56 US. Foods Aquatics 835.17 Concession & Cleaning Supplies
57 Van Diest Supply Company Sanitation 4,419.25 Biomist
58 Verizon Wireless Various 1,325.56 Cell Phone Charges & New Phone for PD
59 Vision West, Inc. Aquatics 335.00 Staff Shirts
60 Warren Transport Sanitation 7,119.06 Trash Hauling Fees
61 Williams Inland Distributors Aquatics 254.40 Ice Cream for Concessions
62 WLEA-ADVTrng Police 62.00 Glock Armorer Course K Bennett
63 Womack Machine Supply Co. Sanitation 1,501.10 Tailgate Cylinder
64 Wyoming Secretary of State Police 60.00 Notary Filing Fee R Smith Total Claims: $263,752.32

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