[Vision2020] Moscow City Council Monday Agenda
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Fri Sep 15 11:08:52 PDT 2006
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MOSCOW CITY COUNCIL
Monday, September 18, 2006
City Hall Council Chambers
206 East Third Street, Second Floor
The Moscow Mayor, City Council and Staff welcome you to tonight's
meeting. We appreciate and encourage public participation. For regular
agenda items, an opportunity for public comment is sometimes provided
after the staff report. However, the formality of procedures varies
with the purpose and subject of the agenda item; therefore, the Mayor
may exercise discretion in deciding when to allow public comment during
the course of the proceedings and limitations will be placed on the time
allowed for comments. Citizens wishing to comment on business which is
not on the agenda will be provided the opportunity to do so as item
number 2. If you plan to address the Council, you will find a list of
"Tips for Addressing the Council" on the table outside the City Council
Chambers. Thank you for your interest in City government.
RENEWING OUR FOCUS - At each meeting, one City Council member will
present an example of patriotism, humanitarianism, community spirit, or
other inspirational message. Contact a Council-member with examples to
share at future meetings.
Proclamation for Confluence of Traditions Month
1. Consent Agenda: Any item will be removed from the consent
agenda at the request of any member of the Council and that item will be
considered separately later. Approval by roll call vote.
A. Approval of Minutes of September 5 and 11, 2006 - Stephanie
B. Disbursement Report for August 2006 - Don Palmer
Public Works/Finance Committee reviewed accounts payable for August 2006
and recommends approval of the following:
Parks & Rec
Fleet Mgmt Fund
Sewer Capital Projects
Bond & Interest
LID Special Assessment
C. Playground Grant - Dwight Curtis
The Moscow Parks and Recreation Commission and staff are requesting
approval to enter into a very special essay contest. Several leading
playground manufacturers in conjunction with the Center for Boundless
Playgrounds are sponsoring a nation-wide essay contest. The winner of
the contest will win a Boundless playground valued at approximately
$300,000. Boundless playgrounds are based on the concept of
accessibility and usability for any ability. The essay must be submitted
by November 30, 2006. Finalists will be notified in January 2007 with
the notification of the winner in April 2007. Construction is to be
completed no later than December 31, 2007. The proposed location of the
playground would be Ghormley Park - West Park Elementary School. There
is ample room, parking, adjacent to an elementary school, close
proximity to the University of Idaho for possible inclusion studies, and
the existing playground is already scheduled for replacement. Reviewed
by the Public Works/Finance Committee on September 11, 2006.
ACTION: Approve the City entering the playground essay contest.
D. Del Jordan Lot Line Adjustment - Andrew Ackerman
JoAnn Lasich, owner of Lot 4, Block 2 of Rolling Hills 7th Addition
proposes to grant 2,290 square feet to Del Jordan, an adjacent owner of
Lot 13, Block 1 of the Rolling Hills 5th Addition. After the adjustment
both lots would meet all the minimum requirements for lot dimensions,
size, and street frontage in the Moderate Density Single Family
Residential (R-2) Zoning District. Reviewed by the Public Works/Finance
Committee on September 11, 2006.
ACTION: Approve lot line adjustment.
E. Meadow Brook Second Addition Development Agreement - Les
Gary and Kathleen Tribble are developing a subdivision to be known as
Meadow Brook Second Addition. Construction of numerous public
improvements is required. A Development Agreement is necessary to allow
filing of the plat and to allow issuance of a building permit prior to
the construction of all required public improvements. The final plat
has been approved. Reviewed by the Public Works/Finance Committee on
September 11, 2006.
ACTION: Approve development agreement.
F. Resolution for 2006 Idaho Transportation Department Grant for
Pullman-Moscow Airport - Gary J. Riedner
On September 5, 2006, the Council approved acceptance of an Idaho State
Transportation Department grant for airport development in the amount of
$15,000. This grant will be used for costs of or reimbursement of costs
of development as noted in the attached memo from Robb Parish, Airport
Manager. ITD requires a Resolution confirming grant acceptance by the
City. This was overlooked when this was previously presented to the
ACTION: Approve Resolution 2006-20 accepting grant offer.
2. Public Comment and Mayor's Response Period (limit 15 minutes) -
For members of the Public to speak to the Council regarding matters NOT
on the Agenda and not currently pending before the Planning and Zoning
Commission or Board of Adjustment, please state your name and address
for the record and limit remarks to three minutes. Mayor will respond
to comments from previous meeting.
3. 2006 Palouse Water Summit - Les MacDonald/Jon Kimberling
The 2006 Palouse Water Summit will take place on October 3rd at the
University Inn Best Western. The purpose of this year's summit will be
to lay the foundation for a long-range plan for sustainable water use on
the Palouse. This summit is free to the public.
ACTION: Accept report.
4. Public Hearing - Beebe Grain Silos Rezone - Andrew Ackerman
On July 26th, 2006 the Planning & Zoning Commission recommended approval
of the request to rezone two properties at 625 S. Jackson & 803 S. Main
St from Industrial (I) to Central Business (CB) Zoning District. Public
Works/Finance Committee received the Planning & Zoning recommendation on
August 28th, 2006.
ACTION: Approve Ordinance under suspension of the rules requiring three
complete and separate readings and that it be read and published by
title only; or consider the Ordinance on first reading and that it be
read by title only; or reject the Ordinance; or take such other action
5. Growth in Moscow Study Presentation - Joel Plaskon
In 1995, Professors Jon R. Miller and Steven S. Peterson of the
University of Idaho authored a study of growth in Moscow entitled "Why
is Moscow Growing?" The study was funded, in part, by the City and was
intended to help answer questions about the growth trends of the City.
In the interest of having current information on these matters, the
Council authorized expenditure of $6,000 for the study to be updated.
Professors Miller and Peterson have completed their work and will
present it to the City Council.
ACTION: Accept report.
Public Works/Finance Committee
Other Boards & Commissions
EXECUTIVE SESSION - Legal Issue - Pursuant to Idaho Code Section
NOTICE: Individuals attending the meeting who require special
assistance to accommodate physical, hearing, or other impairments,
please contact the City Clerk, at (208) 883-7015, as soon as possible so
that arrangements may be made.
Moscow City Clerk
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