City minutes September 7, 2021


City minutes

City Council Proceedings
September 7, 2021
The governing body of the City of Powell met in regular session at 6:00 p.m. on September 7, 2021 in the Council Chambers of City Hall. Mayor John Wetzel called the meeting to order and the following were present: Council Members Tim Sapp, Steven Lensegrav, Zane Logan, Floyd Young and Geoff Hovivian. City Officials: City Administrator Zack Thorington, City Clerk Tiffany Brando City Attorney Sandee Kitchen and Chief of Police Roy Eckerdt. Approval of Agenda: Councilman Lensegrav moved to approve the agenda as presented, seconded by Councilman Young, unanimous approval, MOTION CARRIED. Approval of August 16, 2021 minute: Councilman Floyd moved to approve minutes as presented, seconded by Councilman Hovivian, unanimous approval, MOTION CARRIED. Bills and Claims: Councilman Hovivian made a motion the bills be allowed and authorize the Treasurer to draw warrants for payment of the same, seconded by Councilman Logan, unanimous approval, MOTION CARRIED.
Councilwoman Lesli Spencer entered the meeting. Public Hearing: Sale of Property located Water Tower West Addition, Lot 4, Block 2 for economic development Wyoming Statute Section 15-1-112(b) appraised value $35,000. Attorney Kitchen opened the public hearing at 6:02 p.m. no comments, closed 6:03 p.m. Council discussion on sale of lot. Councilman Hovivian made a motion to sell for costs city incurred and closing costs through the title company, died for lack of a second. Mayor Wetzel suggested similar costs as property near One Stop selling for $5,000 plus incurred costs and closing costs. Councilman Sapp stated the significance of economic development for Powell. Councilman Lensegrav supported the sale and Councilman Logan supports the mayor suggestion and land was similar and would be consistent. Councilman Logan moved to sell Lot 4, Block 2 of Water Tower West Addition for $5,000 plus all incurred costs to the city and all closing costs to Ballistic FX LLC for the benefit of Powell, seconded by Councilman Lensegrav, unanimous approval, MOTION CARRIED.
Public Hearing: Budget Amendment FY2021-2022, Attorney Kitchen opened the public hearing at 6:12 p.m. no comments, closed at 6:15 p.m. Resolution 14, 2021: A Resolution to Encumber Funds from the American Rescue Plan Act for the Division Street Storm Drainage Extension Project. Councilman Young moved to approve Resolution 14, 2021, seconded by Councilman Sapp, unanimous approval, MOTION CARRIED. Resolution 15, 2021: A Resolution to Amend the 2021-2022 Budget. Councilwoman Spencer asked specifics on the Electric Fund transfer. Councilwoman Spencer moved to approve Resolution 15, 2021, seconded by Councilman Lensegrav, unanimous approval, MOTION CARRIED. Life Saving Award: Chief Eckerdt and Mayor Wetzel presented the Life Saving Award to Officer Kevin Bennett and Officer Ryan Davis.
Request for barbed wire 1345 E. 7th Street per code section 17.76.060D: Councilman Lensegrav moved to approve, seconded by Councilman Young, unanimous approval, MOTION CARRIED.
Committee Updates: Councilman Logan recycle board. Proclamation Honoring Hunger Action Month September 2021: Patty Paulson spoke on partnering with the American Legion and American Legion Auxiliary to feed those in our community. Proclamation The American Legion Day September 16, 2021: Russell Stafford, Commander of American Legion Post 26 spoke on the American Legion chartered in 1919. Proclamation A Day to Remember September 11, 2021: Russell Stafford, Commander of American Legion Post 26 spoke on the 20th Anniversary of 9/11/01 and the importance to NEVER FORGET, and event will be Saturday Sept. 11th at 5:30 p.m. at Washington Park. Councilman Sapp moved to approve all proclamations presented, seconded by Councilwoman Spencer, unanimous approval, MOTION CARRIED. Coronavirus Emergency Supplemental Funds Application: Administrator Thorington gave an update on funds from DCI to upgrade door and computers for the Police Dept. Councilman Lensegrav moved to approve applying to DCI for funding, seconded by Councilman Hovivian, unanimous approval, MOTION CARRIED. General Announcements: Administrator Thorington Aaron Macias started last week as Community Service Officer.
There being no further business to be considered at this meeting, Councilwoman Spencer moved to adjourn, seconded by Councilman Hovivian, unanimous approval, MOTION CARRIED. Mayor Wetzel adjourned the regular meeting at 6:35 p.m.
/s/ John F. Wetzel
/s/ Tiffany Brando
City Clerk
City payments

PAYROLL CLAIMS 1 AFLAC Dependent Childcare $933.32 Payroll Deductions
2 AFLAC Insurance Premiums $2,042.96 Payroll Deductions 3 AFLAC Unreimbursed Medical $3,549.28 Payroll Deductions
4 Internal Revenue Service $73,659.85 FICA
5 MASA Medical Air Services Assn $570.00 Payroll Deductions
6 Great West Retirement Service $6,404.36 Deferred Compensation
7 WY Department of Workforce Services $- Workers Compensation
8 Wyoming Retirement System $51,376.52 Retirement Contribution
9 Health Benefit Plan $97,080.00 Plan Benefit TOTAL PAYROLL RELATED: $235,616.29 TOTAL PAID WAGES IN AUGUST 2021: $256,744.89 10 360 Office Solutions Aqua, Finance 327.68 Office Supplies & Copy Machine Fees
11 Absaroka Door Aquatics 125.00 Broken Door Closer
12 Addison Construction Co Electric 116,432.68 Substation Construction
13 Alsco Admin, Police 134.05 Mat & Mop Cleaning
14 Asphalt Preservation Streets 339,227.00 Slurry Seal
15 AT&T Mobility Administration 134.50 Monthly Cell Phone Charges Admin & IT
16 Big Horn COOP Marketing Association Parks, Sani 240.54 Fly Traps, Wasp Spray, Grass Seed &
17 Blair’s Market Aqua, Police 25.96 Concession & Office Supplies
18 Bloedorn Lumber Parks 38.21 Tape Measure & Screws
19 Border States Electric Supply Electric 3,682.42 Bushings, Wire, Cabinets, Conduit &
20 Bradford Supply Company Parks 1,284.41 Supplies for Irrigation Repairs
21 Carquest Police 125.17 Battery Unit 9-4
22 City of Powell ~ Utilities Various 27,803.10 Utilities
23 Crum Electric Supply Electric 201.94 Disconnects, Breakers & Seal Tight
24 Cummins Sales and Service Sanitation 92.20 Fittings
25 Custom Air, Inc Park 7,448.00 Replace A/C Unit
26 Dicks, Damian Police 350.48 AC for Radio Room
27 DrivePayments Water 225.20 July CC Fees Water Dock
28 Energy Laboratories, Inc Waste Water 714.00 Waste Water Testing
29 Fastenal Various 145.30 Slings, Screws, Bit & Bolts
30 Ferguson Enterprises, Inc. #2697 Water 60.29 Curb Box Lids
31 Fire Protection & Safety Aquatics 335.00 Extinguishers
32 Floyd’s Truck Center Sanitation 251,897.00 2021 Freightliner Refuse Truck
33 Fremont Beverages, Inc. Aquatics 393.63 Concession Supplies
34 General Distributing Co Aquatics 1,398.79 CO2
35 Hartford, The Various 1,362.12 Monthly LTD Benefit
36 Honnen Equipment Company Streets 1,033.84 Loader Diagnoses
37 John Deere Financial Various 1,306.70 Misc. Purchases for Various Depts
38 KB Commercial Products Admin, Police 440.50 Can Liners
39 Kois Brothers Equipment Sanitation 155.71 Switch
40 Market at Powell, The Administration 24.79 Coffee, Creamer & Paper Towel
41 McIntosh Oil Waste Water 725.94 Oil for Lagoon Pumps
42 Mike Preator Construction, Inc. Cap Project 11,940.00 Absaroka Concrete
43 Mountain West Computer Various 173.32 Notary Stamp, Ink, Keyboards, Printers
& Batteries
44 Municode Administration 897.78 Code Supplement #6
45 Napa Auto Parts Various 365.50 Wipes, Clamps, Sensor, Coil, Connector,
Filter & Battery
46 Newman Signs Streets 594.42 Type III Barricade
47 Norco Inc Parks 144.46 Hand Soap & Wipes
48 Northwest Rural Water District Airport, Water 158.90 August Water Fees
49 O’Reilly Automotive, Inc. Various 53.77 Wiper Fluid, Batteries, Bulbs, Dent Puller
50 Peterbuilt of Wyoming Sanitation 21.75 Fitting
51 Powell Ace Hardware, LLC Various 213.70 Misc. Purchases for Various Depts
52 Powell Electric Parks 12.69 Electrical Supplies for Repairs
53 Powell Recreation District Council 1,750.00 1st Quarter Special Request
54 Powell Welding & Industrial Supply, LLC Sanitation 59.40 Grease
55 Production Machine Company Sanitation 83.87 Hydraulic Hose
56 Rimrock Tire Sanitation 686.64 Tires & Repairs
57 Rocky Mountain Power Waste Water 181.28 Rd 6 Pump Fees
58 Saber Pest Control, LLC. Aquatics 100.00 Pest Control
59 Sanders Plumbing & Heating, Inc Aqua, Parks 212.50 Repair Toilet & Showers
60 Shoshone Municipal Pipeline Water 76,772.92 Monthly Water Usage & Tap Equivalents
61 Simplot Growers Solutions Sanitation 158.97 Spray Snow Removal Lot
62 SPX Transformer Solutions, Inc. Electric 49,694.70 Transformer Final 10% upon Delivery
63 Stucco Specialties Inc Sanitation 8,279.00 Stucco Repairs to 415 N Ingalls
64 TCT Various 1,105.82 Phone, Fax, Internet & TV
65 USA Blue Book Water 334.19 Fire Hydrant Tools
66 Valli Information Systems, Inc. Finance 1,373.19 UB Postage Fees & Processing Fees
67 Van Diest Supply Company Sanitation 4,175.80 Biomist & ULV Flushing Solution
68 Verizon Wireless Various 966.86 Monthly Cell Phone Charges
69 Vision West, Inc. Police 133.12 Polo Shirts & Embroidery Fees
70 Warren Transport Sanitation 23,543.26 Trash Hauling Fees
71 White Ink Sanitation 9.84 Core Return Shipping
72 Williams Inland Distributors Aquatics 164.42 Ice Cream for Concessions
73 WPCI Various 84.76 Monthly Drug Testing Fees
74 Wyoming Financial Insurance Various 67,992.00 Annual Property Insurance
75 Wyo Office Of State Lands/Investments Airprt, wWat 33,354.93 Annual Loan Payments
76 Youth Clubs of Park County Council 2,500.00 1st QT Special Request Total Claims: $1,046,185.91
Publ., Thurs., Sept. 16, 2021