GR LOGO         CITY COUNCIL AGENDA
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I.
7:00PM

Call to Order: October 5, 2021 Council

II.

Pledge of Allegiance

III.

Approval of Agenda

IV.

Proclamations

A.

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

B.

Domestic Violence Awareness Month

C.

Down Syndrome Awareness Month

D.

Fire Prevention Week

V.

Presentations

A.

SERVICE RECOGNITION FOR RETIREE DOUG STEWART

B.

Presentation of the Flags to the Veterans of Foreign Wars

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.

Council Action Items

A.

Consideration to Award the Bid for the 2021 Hutton and Linwood Tanks Demolition Project to Jackman Construction

The City of Green River recently advertised a Notice and Call for Bid to remove two surplus water tanks, Linwood Tank and Hutton Tank.  Both tanks have not been used in over 15 years.  The tanks are no longer needed or usable in the Water Distribution System and need to be removed.  

Suggested Motion:  I move to Award the Bid for the 2021 Hutton and Linwood Tanks Demolition Project to Jackman Construction, in the amount of $17,999 and authorize staff to issue a Purchase Order.

B.

Consideration to enter into an agreement with Sunset Memorial and Stone to supply and install two 40 double-niche granite columbaria

Riverview Cemetery currently has 3 columbaria for above-ground placement of cremains. This method of burial is becoming more and more popular. The current columbarium with available niches only has 9 spaces left for sale. At the rate the niches are being purchased we will run out of space by the end of 2021. The two columbaria will provide burial space for 160 cremains and at the current rate of sales should last around 6 years before another will need to be purchased. 

Suggested Motion: I move to approve the agreement with Sunset Memorial and Stone to supply and install 2 columbaria, in the amount of $34,807, pending legal approval. 

C.

Consideration to enter into an agreement with McNeil Engineering to provide engineering consulting services for the Recreation Center Roof Repair Project

The Recreation Center Roof had a new membrane roof placed in 2010. The membrane is attached by glue to a gypsum and plywood sub-roof structure. In recent years, staff has noticed the membrane has begun to separate on the south parapet near the skylights above the pool. Staff called the membrane installer for warranty work. It was determined the membrane was still in good condition but the sub-roof had begun to deteriorate and rot due to moisture entering the gypsum sub roof and glue used to attach the membrane. Temporary measures were put in place to get the roof through the winter of 2020. This fix was designed to last no more than 1 year. In 2020, the City hired McNeil Engineering to study the problem and propose a solution. The contract is to hire McNeil Engineering to prepare bid documents, monitor construction, and move forward their solution proposed in the 2020 study.

Suggested Motion: I move to approve the agreement with McNeil Engineering to provide engineering consulting services for the Recreation Center Roof Repair Project, in the amount of $14,850, pending legal approval.

D.

Consideration to Approve a lease agreement with Southwest Wyoming BMX (SWBMX)

The existing bike park located within Stratton-Myers Park was built over 10 years ago and has run its course. With reductions in staff in the Parks Department, the bike park is only able to receive minimal maintenance. SWBMX seeks an area to operate an outdoor BMX track in Sweetwater County as their outdoor track was eliminated when the Event’s Complex expanded the parking area. The proposed document leases to SWBMX the land of the bike park to build and operate a track as well as operate and maintain a dirt pump track, open to the public, outside of the leased area. The operation of the BMX track will provide another recreational opportunity to the Citizens of Green River and has the potential to stimulate local business with tourism during the SWBMX events which have a regional draw. 

Suggested Motion: I move to approve the lease agreement with Southwest Wyoming BMX authorizing to build, operate and maintain a BMX and community pump track at the current location of the Bike Park, pending legal approval.

Documents:
  1. SWBMX Documents.pdf
E.

Consideration to Approve the 2020 Coronavirus Emergency Supplementation Fund (CESF) Grant Agreement

During the August 17th, 2021 Council meeting the Police Department was authorized to apply for a CESF grant. On Sept. 28th, the department was notified it had been awarded the grant. Receipt of the grant is contingent upon acceptance of the grant agreement and certification that federal grant requirements will be followed. 

Suggested Motion: I move to accept the FY 2020 CESF Grant, in the amount of $145,182.84 and authorize the mayor to sign the associated agreement to include attachments A and B, pending legal approval.

Documents:
  1. Grant Documents.pdf
VIII.

Consent Agenda

A.

Approval of the Water+ Annual Software Maintenance Agreement with Flowpoint Environmental Systems

Suggested Motion: I move to approve the Water+ Software Maintenance Agreement for the Water Salesman, in the amount of $1,095 and authorize the Mayor to sign the Agreement.

B.

Approval of Minutes for:

B.i.

September 21, 2021 Council

B.ii.

September 24, 2021 Special Council

C.

Approval of Payment of Bills:

C.i.

Prepaid Invoices - $2,119.19

C.ii.

Outstanding Invoices - $183,294.85

C.iii.

Payroll Expenditures - $333,704.22

C.iv.

Preauthorization Payments - $1,065,000.00

IX.

City Administrator's Report

X.

City Attorney's Report

XI.

Mayor and Council Board Updates & Reports

XII.

Executive Session

XIII.

Adjournment