City Council Regular Meeting - Agenda

Date: 
Mon., Jun. 12, 2017

Download/print the complete agenda packet here, or individual items linked below in PDF.

Council/City Manager Work Session - Fire Department Annual Report - 6:00 PM

1. CALL MEETING TO ORDER– 7:00 pm

2. DECLARATION OF QUORUM

3. FLAG SALUTE

4. PROCLAMATIONS, PRESENTATIONS & RECOGNITIONS

  1. Presentation - Pastor James Lafolette - Faith-Based Advisory Committee Update

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 Chair.)

6. CONSENT AGENDA               

  1. Minutes of the April 21st, Public Safety Committee meeting.
  2. Minutes of the April 26th, Library Board Meeting.
  3. Minutes of the May 2nd, Faith-Based Advisory Committee meeting.
  4. Minutes of the May 18th, City Budget Committee meeting and HURA Budget Committee meeting.
  5. Minutes of the May 22nd, regular City Council meeting.
  6. Minutes of the May 22nd, Transit Advisory Committee meeting.
  7. Announcement of standing committee vacancies for the unexpired portion of a:
    1. 3-year term beginning August 2017 and ending June 30th, 2020
      Hispanic Advisory Committee- position #1
    2. 1-year term beginning August 2017 and ending June 30th, 2018
      Library Board- position #3
    3. 2-year term beginning August 2017 and ending June 30th, 2019
      Library Board- position #5
    4. 4-year term beginning August 2017 and ending June 30th, 2021
      Library Board- position #4
    5. Deadline to submit applications is June 29th, 2017 or until filled.
  • Action – Motion to approve consent agenda items.              Roll Call

7. ITEMS REMOVED FROM CONSENT AGENDA

8. PUBLIC HEARINGS

  1. Supplemental Budget Hearing for the 2016-2017 Fiscal year.
    A public hearing on a proposed supplemental budget for the City of Hermiston for the fiscal year July 1, 2016 to June 30, 2017 will be held at City Hall, 180 NE 2nd Street, Hermiston, Oregon on June 12, 2017 at or after 7:00 pm. The purpose of the hearing is to discuss the supplemental budget with interested persons.                                                                                                  
    1. Declaration of potential conflict of interest
    2. Hearing Guidelines
    3. Open Hearing
    4. Staff Report
    5. Public Testimony (people wishing to speak are asked to come to the microphone and state their name and mailing address and limit testimony to not more than five minutes.)
      1. Proponents
      2. Neutral
      3. Opponents
    6. Close Hearing
    7. Council Discussion
  2. Budget Hearing Fiscal Year 2017-18.
    A public hearing on the budget for the City of Hermiston for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2017 will be held at City Hall, 180 NE 2nd Street, Hermiston, Oregon on June 12, 2017 at or after 7:00pm. The purpose of this hearing is to discuss the budget.
    1. Declaration of potential conflict of interest
    2. Hearing Guidelines
    3. Open Hearing
    4. Staff Report
    5. Proposed Adopted Budget
    6. Public Testimony (people wishing to speak are asked to come to the microphone and state their name and mailing address and limit testimony to not more than five minutes.)
      1. Proponents
      2. Neutral
      3. Opponents
    7. Close Hearing
    8. Council Discussion

9. RESOLUTIONS & ORDINANCES

  1. Resolution No. 2058- A resolution supplementing the City’s 2016-17 annual budget.
    Action- Motion to approve and lay upon the record.      Roll Call
  2. Resolution No. 2059- A resolution adopting the compensation plan for classified employees for fiscal period 2017-2018 effective July 1, 2017 and rescinding Resolution No. 2026.
    Action- Motion to approve and lay upon the record.      Roll Call
  3. Resolution No. 2060- A resolution declaring the City of Hermiston’s election to receive state revenues for fiscal year 2017-18.
    Action- Motion to approve and lay upon the record.      Roll Call
  4. Resolution No. 2061- A resolution to adopt the budget, make appropriations, and impose and categorize the tax for fiscal year 2017-18.
    Action- Motion to approve and lay upon the record.      Roll Call
  5. Resolution No. 2062- A resolution to establish reserve accounts.
    Action- Motion to approve and lay upon the record.      Roll Call

10. OTHER

  1. Consider approving the low bid from National Meter & Automation, Inc (NMAA) to remove old water meters and install cellular-based water meters with additive alternatives.
  • Action- Motion to approve.          Roll Call

COMMITTEE REPORTS

  1. City Committees and Liaison: Airport Advisory, Budget, Hispanic Advisory, Library Board, Parks & Recreation, Planning Commission, Recreation Projects Fund, Faith-Based Advisory, Community Enhancement, Community Accountability, Conference Center, School Board, Public Safety, Public Infrastructure, Transit Planning, Festival Street Design, Rose Parade Float, EOTEC.
  2. Mayor’s Report –
  3. Council Report –
  4. Manager’s Report-

12.  ADJOURN REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING AND CONVENE URBAN RENEWAL AGENCY MEETING

Hermiston Urban Renewal Agency - Special Meeting Agenda, June 12, 2017

 


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