City Council Regular Meeting and Work Session - Agenda

Date: 
Mon., Apr. 27, 2015

Agenda packet items are available for download by clicking links below, or download complete agenda packet.

WORK SESSION – 6:00 PM

COUNCIL/CITY MANAGER – Senior Activity Center

1. CALL MEETING TO ORDER– 7:00 pm

2. DECLARATION OF QUORUM

3. FLAG SALUTE

4. PROCLAMATIONS, PRESENTATIONS & RECOGNITIONS

Proclamation – Cinco de Mayo

5. CITIZEN INPUT ON NON-AGENDA ITEMS (Anyone wishing to bring anything before the council that is not on the agenda is asked to please do the following: 1. Limit discussion to not more than FIVE minutes; 2. State your name and address; 3. Direct your comments to the Mayor.)

6. CONSENT AGENDA

  1. Minutes of the April 13th, regular meeting.
  2. Minutes of the March 25th, Library Board meeting.
  3. Minutes of the April 7th, Faith Based Advisory Committee meeting.
  4. Minutes of the April 20th, Hispanic Advisory Committee meeting.
  5. Recommendation to Planning Commission vacancies for 3-year terms ending March 31st, 2018:
    Position #7 – Carleen Flaiz
    Position #8 – Margaret Saylor
    Position #9 - Derek Caplinger
  6. Recommendation to Budget Committee vacancies for 3-year terms ending December 31st, 2017:
    Position #4 – Vacant
    Position #5 – Fred Allen 
    Position #6 – Vacant
  7. Recommendation to Recreation Projects Fund Advisory Committee for the 3-year term ending December 31st, 2017:
    Position #3 – Mike Botti Position #4 – Vacant
  8. Recommendation to Hispanic Advisory Committee for 3-year term ending June 30th, 2018:
    Position #6 – Hector Ramirez
  9. Recommendation to Eastern Oregon Trade and Event Center for 4-year term ending December 31st, 2018:
    Position #3 (Rodeo) – David Bothum
  10. Declare certain items of City owned property surplus to the needs of the City.
  11. March Expenditures
Bonded Debt 558,290.03 Conference Center 12,924.40
General 963,845.48  Energy Services 1,642,399.90
State Tax Street 186,910.46  Regional Water 52,782.19
Transient Room Tax 734.50  RWTP  Construction Fund 0.00
Utility 911,271.71   EOTEC Construction Fund 0.00 
Recreation Special Revenue 57,921.59  Law Enforcement Special Revenue 1,500.00
Reserve 178,902.44   Library Special Revenue 756.38
Municipal Court 23,848.96    2014 Water & Sewer Bonds 1,113,904.66
Miscellaneous Special Revenue 1,213.69  TOTAL $ 5,707,206.39
  • Action – Motion to approve consent agenda items. Roll Call

7. ITEMS REMOVED FROM CONSENT AGENDA

8. PUBLIC HEARINGS

  1. Consider annexation of 2 acres of land on west side of SW 10th St. The property is proposed to be annexed with R2 zoning for construction of a single family subdivision.
    1. Declaration of potential conflict of interest
    2. Hearing Guidelines
    3. Open Hearing
    4. Public Testimony (people wishing to speak are asked to come to the microphone and state their name and mailing address)
      1. Proponents
      2. Opponents
    5. Close Hearing
    6. Finding of Fact
  • Action: Motion to Approve

9. RESOLUTIONS & ORDINANCES

  1. Ordinance No. 2228 – Annex land to City, outlining the new boundaries, describing said property, withdrawing said lands from special districts and designating zoning of 2 acres of land on west side of SW 10th St.
    • Action - Mayor requests first reading of the ordinance be read by title only and calls for a roll call.     Roll Call
    • Action - Mayor requests that the ordinance be put on for final adoption at this meeting and that the second reading be by title only and calls for a roll call. Roll Call
    • Action - Motion that ordinance No. 2228 be adopted and become effective 30 days after its passage by the City Council.   Roll Call
  2. Ordinance No. 2229 – Amend the “animal” section of the City Code to modernize language and reconcile it with existing practice.
    • Action - Mayor requests first reading of the ordinance be read by title only and calls for a roll call.     Roll Call
    • Action - Mayor requests that the ordinance be put on for final adoption at this meeting and that the second reading be by title only and calls for a roll call. Roll Call
    • Action - Motion that ordinance No. 2229 be adopted and become effective 30 days after its passage by the City Council.   Roll Call
  3. Resolution No. 1982 – The resolution authorizes the City to update a portion of the city’s existing fee schedule to reflect changes regarding dog licensing.
    • Action – Motion to approve and lay upon the record.
  4. Resolution No. 1980 – The resolution authorizes the City to accept the recommendation of the Senior Advisory Group and the Hermiston Senior Board to approve the Aspen site as the preferred construction site to the new Senior Activity Center.
    • Action – Motion to approve and lay upon the record.
  5. Resolution No. 1981 – The resolution authorizes the City to officially name the new Senior Activity Center as the “Harkenrider Center”.
    • Action – Motion to approve and lay upon the record.

10. OTHER

  1. March Financial Report –Amy Palmer
    • Action - Motion to approve. Roll Call
  2. Engineering Contract: Approve a master services agreement with Anderson Perry & Associates and designate them as engineers of record for the City of Hermiston.
    • Action - Motion to approve. Roll Call.
  3.   Authorize an agreement between the City of Hermiston and the Umatilla County Special Library District (UCSLD) to provide library services to Umatilla County residents that live within the Hermiston Library Service area.
    • Action - Motion to approve. Roll Call
  4. Award bid to Intermountain Slurry Seal for the Highland Avenue Resurfacing Project.
    • Action - Motion to approve. Roll Call
  5. Award bid to C&E Trenching, LLC for the Non-Potable Water Supply Project (OSU and Simplot).
    • Action - Motion to approve. Roll Call

11. COMMITTEE REPORTS

  1. City Committees and Liaison: Airport Advisory, Budget, Hispanic Advisory, Library Board, Parks & Recreation, Planning Commission, Recreation Projects Fund, Faith-Based Advisory Committee, Community Enhancement Committee, Public Safety Committee.
  2. Mayor’s Report –
  3. Council Report –
  4. Manager’s Report -

12. ADJOURNMENT


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