GR LOGO         CITY COUNCIL AGENDA
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I.
6:00PM

Call to Order: May 17, 2022 Council Workshop

A.

Fiscal Year 2023 Budget

II.
7:00PM

Call to Order: May 17, 2022 Council

III.

Pledge of Allegiance

IV.

Approval of Agenda

V.

Proclamations

A.

Green River Clean-Up Day

VI.

Presentations

A.

SWC Tourism Master Plan

B.

Green River Greenbelt Task Force Update

VII.

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.
VIII.

Resolutions

A.

Consideration of a Resolution Approving an Increase in the Wastewater Fund

The northside lift station force main line was in need of emergency repairs and the City enacted the Emergency Statute Provision in order to do the repairs needed. The budget increase will allow the payment to the vendor for the repairs.

Suggested Motion: I move to approve the resolution increasing the Wastewater Fund Budget, in the amount of $500,000 for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022. 

IX.

Council Action Items

A.

Consideration to Award the 2022 Cape Seal Project

This Project anticipates the installation of a Cape Seal (Scrub Seal and Slurry Seal) of up to approximately 106,000 SY and 1,200 SY of patching on as many as 18 roadways in the City. The Bid Opening for the Project was held on April 22, 2022. Three Bids were received for the Project. The Bid was structured to include a Base Bid and four separate schedules to be awarded based on the amount of funding available. The Engineer's Estimate was approximately $784,000 for the total of all schedules of work. Public Works recommends Award of the Bid for Schedules Base, A and B to Asphalt Preservation in the amount of $577,629.45.

Suggested Motion: I move to award the 2022 Cape Seal Project to Asphalt Preservation for $577,629.45 including the Schedules Base, A and B and authorize the Mayor to sign the Agreement.

B.

Consideration of a Consulting Agreement with Daigle Law Group LLC

The Police Department Policy Manual needs a complete re-write. The original document was created prior to 1991 and has had many amendments since that time. This has created a patchwork appearing document that is difficult to research and utilize in training officers. Eric Daigle is a former police officer who is now a practicing attorney specializing in law enforcement related legal issues through his company, Daigle Law Group. Daigle Law Group offers a policy development service and ties the developed policy with a program that allows tracking of changes and documentation of training over time. The proposed agreement would enable the police department to begin this process. It is expected that utilizing this expertise will result in a better product and will reduce the time in policy writing by working with proven templates and a legal expert versed in this arena. The fee for service will be $200 per hour and the project is expected to cost approximately $20,000. Funds have been transferred from the police department seizure fund to cover this expense.

Suggested Motion: I move to approve the Agreement to Provide Services with Daigle Law Group, LLC and authorize Mayor Rust to sign the agreement upon legal approval.

C.

Consideration to Award the Bid for the Recreation Center Partial Re-Roof Project

The bid opening for the Recreation Center Partial Re-Roof Project was held on May 5, 2022, resulting in 2 bids. The apparent low bidder was Wood Integrated Solutions, LLC with a bid, in the amount of $286,687. This project will replace the sub-roof over the pool which has failed due to years of exposure to internal moisture and attempt to prevent moisture in the future from reaching the sub-roof. Temporary fixes have been implemented over the last two years to prevent the roof membrane from detaching and blowing away.

Suggested MotionI move to award the Recreation Center Partial Re-Roof Project to Wood Integrated Solutions, LLC in the amount of $286,687 and authorize the Mayor to sign the agreement.

X.

Consent Agenda

A.

Approval of a Horse Corral Lease Agreement with AprilDawn Berg

Suggested Motion: I move to approve the horse corral lease agreement with AprilDawn Berg for corral 81.

B.

Approval of the Horse Corral Lease Agreement with Pete & Merlynn Gailey

Suggested Motion: I move to approve the horse corral lease agreement with Pete & Merlynn Gailey for corrals 23 & 24.

C.

Approval of the Horse Corral Lease Agreement with LisaBeth & Kolby Magee

Suggested Motion: I move to approve the horse corral lease agreement with LisaBeth & Kolby Magee for corrals 72 & 73.

D.

Approval of the Horse Corral Lease Agreement with Regina Tuberville

Suggested Motion: I move to approve the horse corral lease agreement with Regina Tuberville for corrals 79 & 124.

E.

Issuance of a Catering Permit to The Tomahawk Tavern, LLC

Suggested Motion: I move to approve the issuance of a catering permit to the Tomahawk Tavern to cater alcoholic beverages at the Downtown's Not Dead Event on June 4, 2022, from 10 am until 4 pm, within the barricaded area on North 1st West.

F.

Approval of Minutes for:

F.i.

May 3, 2022 Council

G.

Approval of Payment of Bills:

G.i.

Prepaid Invoices - $109,943.13

G.ii.

Outstanding Invoices - $228,287.24

G.iii.

Payroll Expenditures - $258,726.99

G.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