|Paper||Beaver County Monitor|
|Rights||In Copyright (InC)|
|Rights Holder||Alice Smith|
|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Beaver County Monitor|
Stmier dntmtrj Ranititv AUGUST 21, 1997 MILFORD CITY COUNCIL August 5,1997 Wiseman called the meeting to Mary Mayor SCHOOL BOARD MINUTES Augusts, 1997 Present: Robert L Strong President, Norman L Lamb and Board Members Pat Rimpau, Richard L. De Armitt, and Gary T. Brown. Also present were Superintendent Assistant E. Henry Jolley, Superintendent Donald J. Willden and Business R. Manager Nicholas Dotson. 1. The meeting was called to order at 300 P.M. by Board President, Robert Vice-Preside- L. Strong. 2. It was moved by Norman L Lamb, seconded by Richard L. De Armitt and unanimously passed that the minutes of Jury 1, 1997, be approved. 3. It was moved by Norman L. Lamb, seconded by Pat Rimpau and unanimously passed that the bills be approved. 4. Discussion was had about the meeting held with Beaver City concerning a lease agreement on the old High School Cafeteria and five acre parcel of property owned by After a lengthy Beaver City. discussion it was moved by Richard L. De Armitt, seconded by Norman L. Lamb and unanimously passed that a lease agreement be written addressing the concerns of both parties. and budget set for August $th bad to be hearing canceled and will be reset at a later date. Delay is a result of not receiving the certified tax rates from the State Tax Commission and the Legislature repealing I I B. 129. Also discussed at this time was setting a tax rate to recover funds lost due to the State Tax Commission granting the many appeals filed by centrally assessed property owners. It was moved by Richard L. De Armitt, seconded by Norman L. Lamb and unanimously passed that a judgement levy be approved to recover the $67,300.00 lost through the appeals Truth-in-Taxati- process, It was then moved by Pat seconded Rimpau, by Richard L. De Armitt and unanimously passed that the Superintendent write a letter to responsible parties about the problem caused by the appeal process. 6. Track Update - Asphalt will be laid and sod will be Wednesday here to lay on Thursday It was moved by Richard L. De Armitt, seconded by Norman L. Lamb and that the unanimously passed Superintendent be authorized to work with different companies on trading used fencing (which we have on hand) and new fencing to secure the new track at B.H.S. 7. Will set planning committee dates in August. 8. Mr. Willden reported on the Southwest Applied Technology Center and the programs offered. 9. Several projects will be undertaken within the next couple of months - Material has been ordered. 10. Principals will be back August Th - Teachers August 18th, and students will be returning August 21st. 1 1. It was moved by Richard L. De Armitt, seconded by Robert L. Strong and unanimously passed that the letter of resignation submitted by Lee Carle ton be accepted. 12. It was moved by Richard L. De Armitt, seconded by Pat Rimpau that 7) the recommendation order at approximately 7:00 p.m. Present: Council members Russell Smith, Junior Davis, Nick Swain, John Carter and Mark Dotson, Treasurer Arden Fowles and City Manager Nedra Kennedy. Consent Issues Councilman Junior Davis made a motion to approve the consent issues, Councilman Mark Dotson seconded the motion, all were in favor. Ordinances and Resolutions Councilman Nick Swain made a motion to approve Resolution 7 "Setting Water and Sewer Rates", Councilman Junior Davis seconded the motion, all were in favor. Councilman Mark Dotson made a motion to "Setting Tax Rate", approve Ordinance 9-Councilman Nick Swain seconded the motion, all were in favor. Staff Comments .. . .;'.?.. i : i ; - ;''- - i Foreman Ray Whiting stated the City had not adopted a sewer usage fee for industry and requested approval to set one. A fee structure will ' be considered and adopted. ' Foreman Ray Whiting requested a salary adjustment for Tom Bradshaw as he has completed CDL testing. Councilman Nick Swain motioned to approve the salary adjustment to $9. per hour. Councilman Russell Smith seconded the motion, all were in favor. Pay raise will be effective on the next payroll. July 15, 1997 called the meeting to order Wiseman Mayor Mary at approximately 7:00 p.m. Present- - Council members Junior Davis, Nick Swain, Russell Smith and Mark Dotson, Attorney Leo Kanell, Treasurer Arden Fowles, City Manager Nedra Kennedy and Foreman Ray Whiting. Visitors: Les Whitney, Dave Lowery representing the Beaver County Sheriff Department. Les Whitney - Acquisition pf City Property Mr. Whitney, representing Circle Four Farms requested the consideration of renting, leasing or selling the concrete building behind Circle Four Farms office. Concerns as to storage of records, fire works and other items was mentioned as the City does not have other storage for those items. Councilman Nick Swain made a motion to determine the value of the building, description of the land and storage needs, Councilman Junior Davis seconded the motion, all were in favor. Consent Issues Councilman Mark Dotson made a motion to approve the bills, payroll and financial analysis as presented, Councilman Russell Smith seconded the motion, all were in favor. Qld Business Councilman Nick Swain made a motion to adopt the Personnel Policy and Procedures as presented, Councilman Mark Dotson seconded the motion, all were in favor. Ordinances and Resolutions Councilman Nick Swain made a motion to approve Ordinance "Setting Impact Fees", Councilman Mark Dotson seconded the motion, all were in favor, Councilman Nick Swain made a motion to approve - Amending Personnel Policy and Resolution Procedures, Councilman Mark Dotson seconded the motion, all were in favor, Councilman Nick Swain made a motion to approve Ordinance 7 'Setting Certified Tax Rate", Councilman Russell Smith seconded the motion, all were in favor. the at meeting adjourned approximately 8:35 p.m. PUBLIC HEARING Jury 15, 1997 Mayor Mary Wiseman called the meeting to order at approximately 6:45 p.m. The purpose of the Public Hearing was to hear comments on the setting of impact fees for new development in Milford Council members Junior Davis, Nick Swain, Russell Smith and Mark Dotson, Attorney Leo Kanell. Treasurer Arden Fowles and City Manager Nedra Kennedy. City-Prese- Impact Fees study prepared by Engineer B.J. Moore has been made Mr. Ixwery requested consideration of the leasing of the present City Office to the Beaver County Sheriff Department when the LDS Church is occupied. Councilman Nick Swain made a motion the Sheriff to allow available and the fee structure was set. There were no objections to the fees schedule as there was no further comments, the meeting adjourned at 7:00 p.m. Daily Prescription Delivery Order by 3:00 P.M. Delivery at 5:00 P.M. Monday - Saturday (cut off time 1:30 Saturday) Milford Drug Open 10:00 A.M. - 6:00 P.M. 464 S. Main St. 801-387-21- 04 B-9- .. ' 4 ' '"' ; J!!l "" ,.:,, i .. J ' 4 ' t . : I '"," t .'? ,...- :;..: ; - :'. . II! 'J . . . . V " , . , ,,.-.- ... v .. - - . . JV.v- - n' :"t Department As there was no further business, 8-- iit'i - Junior Davis seconded the motion, all were in favor. Councilman Junior Davis stated the County was considering the levy of taxes to manage the expenses of the Sheriff Department 7-- - . Department to lease the building at the rate they are currently paying for the Court Building beginning in January of next year, Councilman City Manager Nedra Kennedy reported progress on widening of the street on 300 North. She stated a surveyor and appraiser has been contacted and work should be completed by the next meeting. City Office staff was instructed to advertise in the Beaver County Monitor for three members to serve on the Housing Advisory Committee. Dave Lowery - Beaver County Sheriff MILFORD CITY COUNCIL appointment. Councilman Marie Dotson asked to budget for additional legal services to enlist another attorney for instances where there is clearly a conflict of interest with Leo Kanell. City Manager Nedra Kennedy was instructed to draft a letter to Leo Kanell stating the city was not relieving him of his responsibilities but may enlist another attorney on case by case basis. Council asked that the necessary steps be taken to resolve the zoning violation on Kevin Anderson's trailer park. Councilman Mark Dotson made a motion to approve the presented Trenching Permit for Milford City, Councilman Russell Smith seconded - Staff Comments Dotson asked that areas be identified for street repair from contractors and letters will be sent requesting the work be completed. Estimated cost for a special improvement district for 600 and 700 West are expected from Jones and DeMille Engineering. City Manager Nedra Kennedy was instructed to draft a letter to Advanced Development concerning the condition of the trailer park on 600 North. Council asked that the letter request the owners clear the park of weeds and improve as Until such time, they are considered unofficial Mayor Mary Wiseman stated the County Animal Control was not accepted by Minersville as they did not have enough information on the issue. Councilman Junior Davis stated the program would not work if all cities and the county did not participate. City Manager Nedra Kennedy was asked to contact Doug Carriger to request he make contact with Minersville Mayor and explain the program further. Councilman Russell Smith made a motion to approve a donation to the. Beaver County Sheriff Department of $150.00 for the printing of base ball cards for public relations, Councilman Junior Davis seconded the motion, all were in favor. Board of Adjustment has members who have been on the board and not been replaced for a number of years. Arden Fowles suggested members the then replace as their reappointing terms are up. Council approved the appointment. Rotation will start in January of each year. A letter will be written to the members of the Board to ask their guidance and requirements on the ' the motion, all were in favor. Councilman Mark promised. Councilman Russell Smith requested bids be advertised for a club house at the golf course. Plans will be rough sketched then bid to contractors. As here was no further business, the meeting adjourned at approximately 8:45 p.m. These minutes will be presented for approval at the next regularly scheduled meeting. 10-9- , PAGE 4 of Superintendent Jolley, and respective principals for the hiring of the following personnel be accepted -James Case, BHS Math Teacher, Milford Camille Sibley, Elementary Ml IS Custodian. Voting for the motion De Armitt, Strong, Brown, Rimpau. Abstained - Lamb. 13. It was moved by Pat Rimpau, seconded by Richard L. De Armitt that the Superintendent be authorized to hire a custodian for the District Office. (I Hour Per Day). 14. Mr. De Armitt reviewed the Risk Management Meeting he attended. OSHA notices need to be posted in each office. 15. contract of Employment Superintendent Jolley was reviewed and it was moved by Richard L. De Armitt, seconded by Norman L. 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