GR LOGO         CITY COUNCIL AGENDA
_________________________________________________

I.
7:00PM

Call to Order: April 20, 2021 Council

II.

Pledge of Allegiance

III.

Approval of Agenda

IV.

Proclamations

A.

Child Abuse Awareness Month

V.

Presentations

A.

Service Recognition of Stan Blake and John Freeman

B.

Communities Protecting the Green Committee

VI.

Citizen Requests and Other Communications

Now is the appropriate time for citizens in the audience to be recognized and to speak on items both on the agenda and of general concern for them as citizens of Green River. There will be a limit of three (3) minutes for each individual and five (5) minutes for a group spokesperson. No speaker shall speak more than twice on any issue.
VII.

Board and Committee Appointments

A.

Appointment of Bonnie Tippy to the URA-Main Street Board


Bonnie Tippy has volunteered to serve on the URA-Main Street Board. She has been a small business owner for over 20 years. The Mayor recommends the appointment of Bonnie Tippy to the URA-Main Street Board filling Sherry Bushman's term expiring September 17, 2024.

Suggested Motion:  I move to confirm the Mayor's appointment of Bonnie Tippy to the URA-Main Street Board filling Sherry Bushman's term beginning April 21, 2021 and expiring September 17, 2024.
VIII.

Resolutions

A.

Consideration of a Resolution Accepting Rec Mil Grant Funds from Sweetwater County School District #2


The Parks & Recreation Department applied for School District #2 Rec Mil Grant funds on February 2, 2021 for the replacement of gymnastics mats. The Parks & Recreation Department was notified that they have been awarded the grant funds. This resolution will accept the funds so the Parks & Recreation Department can purchase the gymnastics mats. 

Suggested Motion:
I move to approve the resolution accepting Rec Mil Grant funds from Sweetwater County School District #2, in the amount of $6,791 for the replacement of gymnastics mats.  
B.

Consideration of a Resolution Accepting Grant Funds from the Rocky Mountain Power Foundation


The City has suffered from hurricane force winds and heavy snow that occurred on September 8, 2020 "Labor Day Winter Storm 2020" where many trees throughout the City were damaged. The Parks & Recreation Department submitted a grant application to the Rocky Mountain Power Foundation on February 16, 2021 to help with the cost of replacing trees throughout the City. They have been awarded the grant, in the amount of $3,750 and this resolution will accept the funds and allow for the purchase of the trees.

Suggested Motion: I move to approve the budget resolution increasing the General Fund in the Parks & Recreation maintenance program, in the amount of $3,750 for the replacement of trees within the City.
IX.

Council Action Items

A.

Consideration to Award the Bid for Police Body Cameras to WatchGuard Video, Inc.

The Police Department has been working to replace aging body cameras and to update video storage for those cameras for the past two years.  Bidding for these upgrades was recently completed and WatchGuard Video, Inc. submitted the winning bid.

Suggested Motion: I move to award the bid for Police body cameras to WatchGuard Video, Inc., in the amount of $43,444.30 and to approve the Master Customer Agreement.

B.

CONSIDERATION TO AUTHORIZE THE SUBMISSION OF A GRANT APPLICATION TO THE SWEETWATER COUNTY JOINT TRAVEL AND TOURISM BOARD

The Co-ed Tough Turkey Volleyball Tournament is an annual event held by the Green River Parks and Recreation Department. This event has grown in local popularity and manages to draw attendants from across Wyoming, into Colorado, into Utah, and beyond. The event is held in late November, usually the weekend before the Thanksgiving holiday, and is a welcome event in our community.

Suggested Motion:
I move to approve the submission of a grant application to the Sweetwater County Joint Travel and Tourism Board, in the amount of $1,000 for the 2021 Co-ed Tough Turkey Volleyball Tournament.

C.

Consideration of Change Order #1 for the 2020 Green Waste Processing Project to Longhorn Construction, Inc.


The 2020 Green Waste Processing Project included the grinding and hauling of green waste material that has accumulated at City facilities, including debris from the 2020 Labor Day storm. The project has been completed by Longhorn Construction. This Change Order will document the changes to the contract amount to reflect the actual quantities processed. The release of retainage will be presented separately.  

Suggested Motion: I move to approve Change Order #1 to the 2020 Green Waste Processing Project, in the deductive amount of $11,979.98 and authorize the Mayor to sign the Change Order.
Documents:
  1. GREEN WASTE CO1.pdf
D.

Consideration to Approve the District 4 Annual Operating Plan Agreement


The Annual Operating Plan (AOP) has been created to address issues affecting cooperation, interagency working relationships and protocols, financial agreements, and joint activities across the State of Wyoming. The AOP details operating procedures applicable across the State, and those applicable to specific districts.

Suggestion Motion: I move to approve the District 4 Annual Operating Plan Agreement and authorize the Mayor to sign said agreement, pending legal review.
X.

Consent Agenda

A.

APPROVAL OF THE WORLD'S LARGEST SWIMMING LESSON HOST FACILITY LIABILITY AND PUBLICITY RELEASE

Suggested Motion: I move to approve the 2021 World’s Largest Swimming Lesson Host Facility Liability and Publicity Release for the Green River Recreation Center, pending legal approval.

B.

Horse Corral Lease with Ashley Hernandez

     
Suggested Motion: I move to enter into a lease agreement with Ashley Hernandez for horse corral space(s) 17.
Documents:
  1. Hernandez.pdf
C.

Horse Corral Lease with Carol Crowell


Suggested Motion:
I move to enter into a lease agreement with Carol Crowell for horse corral space(s) 54.
Documents:
  1. Crowell.pdf
D.

Horse Corral Lease with Daniel Root


Suggested Motion:
I move to enter into a lease agreement with Daniel Root for horse corral space(s) 121.
Documents:
  1. Root.pdf
E.

Horse Corral Lease with DeanAnn Knezovich

     
Suggested Motion: I move to enter into a lease agreement with DeanAnn Knezovich for horse corral space(s) 129 & 130.
Documents:
  1. Knezovich.pdf
F.

Horse Corral Lease with Doug Magnuson


Suggested Motion:
I move to enter into a lease agreement with Doug Magnuson for horse corral space(s) 38 & 43.
Documents:
  1. Magnuson.pdf
G.

Horse Corral Lease with Gabe and Kimberly Kellum

     
Suggested Motion: I move to enter into a lease agreement with Gabe and Kimberly Kellum for horse corral space(s) 58.
Documents:
  1. Kellum.pdf
H.

Horse Corral Lease with Jesslyn Mundy


Suggested Motion:
I move to enter into a lease agreement with Jesslyn Mundy for horse corral space(s) 124.
Documents:
  1. Mundy.pdf
I.

Approval of Minutes for:

I.i.

April 6, 2021 Council

J.

Approval of Payment of Bills:

J.i.

Prepaid Inovices - $82,464.69

J.ii.

Outstanding Invoices - $288,316.01

J.iii.

Payroll Expenditures - $298,268.67

Documents:
  1. 4-20-21 Payroll.pdf
J.iv.

Preauthorization Payments - $1,065,000.00

XI.

City Administrator's Report

XII.

City Attorney's Report

XIII.

Mayor and Council Board Updates & Reports

XIV.

Executive Session

XV.

Adjournment