March 13 2019 Preliminary Agenda

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PRELIMINARY AGENDA

REGULAR MEETING

Wednesday, March 13, 2019

6:00 p.m.

1. CALL TO ORDER

A. Roll Call

2. CONSENT AGENDA – RECOMMENDED ACTION:

A. Approve City Council Meeting Minutes as written for February 13, 2019

B. Approve Voucher Warrants as audited by the Finance Committee

C. Approve Payroll Warrants for January 2019

3. SPECIAL GUESTS AND PUBLIC COMMENT

4. COMMITTEE/BOARD/COMMISSION REPORTS

5. REPORTS OF CITY OFFICERS

A. Application to Columbia County to amend the Urban Growth Area for Dayton, WA – Meagan Bailey,

Planning Director

6. UNFINISHED BUSINESS

7. NEW BUSINESS:

A. Recommended Action: Appoint Rusty Figgins to the Dayton Historic Preservation Commission, effective

March 14th, 2019, with a term ending February 28th, 2022 – Meagan Bailey, Planning Director

B. Recommended Action: Authorize Resolution No. 1374, adopting Residential Historic Design Guidelines

as recommended by the Dayton Historic Preservation Commission – Meagan Bailey, Planning Director

8. EXECUTIVE SESSION: To consider the selection of a site or the acquisition of real estate by lease or

purchase when public knowledge regarding such consideration would cause a likelihood of increased price

(RCW 42.30.110(1)(b))

9. FINAL PUBLIC COMMENT

10. ADJOURN

Next regular meeting is April 10, 2019 at 6:00 p.m. at Dayton City Hall, 111 S. 1st Street, Dayton, WA 99328.

 


1. CALL TO ORDER

Mayor Craig George calls the meeting to order at approximately 6:00 p.m.

Roll Call: Present: Kathy Berg, Matt Wiens, Dain Nysoe, Byron Kaczmarski, Delphine Bailey,

Mike Paris, Zac Weatherford

Staff: Meagan Bailey, Planning Director; Deb Hays Deputy City Clerk

2. CONSENT AGENDA:

ACTION:

A. Approve City Council Meeting Minutes as written for:

i. December 19, 2018

ii. December 27, 2018; and

iii. January 9, 2019

B. Approve Voucher Warrants as audited by the Finance Committee $130,928.61

C. Approve Payroll Warrants for January 2019 $86,220.36

D. Affirm Mayor George’s Re-appointment of Carol Lane to the Dayton Historic Preservation

Commission for a full appointment, with term expiry of February 28th, 2022.

E. Authorize Task Order for Comp Plan update

F. Authorize Task Order for 2019 Street Projects as budgeted in the 2019 Budget

G. Approve Dayton Planning Commission resignation of Commission member Ashly Beebe.

Nysoe makes the motion to approve Consent Agenda, Paris seconds. The motion carried

unanimously.

3. SPECIAL GUESTS/PUBLIC COMMENT

No Public Comment.

Close the regular meeting at 6:02 p.m. and Open the Public Hearing

Public Hearing to; Receive public testimony on the 2019 – 2024 Capital Improvement Plan:

No Comments

Hearing no public comments. Mayor George Closes Public Hearing.

6:03 pm Close the Public Hearing

6: 03 p.m. Re-Open Regular scheduled meeting.

Nysoe makes the motion to approve Resolution No. 1366, adopting the City of Dayton’s 2019 – 2024

Capital Improvement Plan. Kaczmarski seconds. The motion carried unanimously.

4. COMMITTEE/BOARD/ COMMISSIONER REPORTS

Mayor Craig George discusses the following items

A. Wastewater Treatment Plant Project – March Meeting we will have an executive meeting with Anderson

Perry as it pertains to land purchase.

B. Application for Inert Waste Site Permit – has been sent off to DOE, have not heard anything back from

them yet, it was just mailed in last month.

C. Golf Course and Flour Mill Park Restroom Land Exchange – Is in the Mix we are working on this.

Follow-Up on request to maintain and operate private drives within the Cornaggia Addition. Mayor George

makes the comment the City of Dayton is NOT taking on the responsibility of maintaining private drives,

the property owners need to make sure to mark what is private and what is public.

03/13/2019

Agenda Item No. 2(A)

Public Safety – There is no report.

Public Works – Berg reports she had a ride around with Jim this morning and looked at some

areas of concern. The City Crew is doing a good job.

Finance – There is no report.

Parks/Public Grounds – D. Bailey reports Trina is working on the Grant for trees for Main

Street.

Planning/Economic Development –Kaczmarski reports the Planning Committee has been

busy, Meagan will cover it in her report.

Personnel – Paris reports that the Personnel Committee met and firmed up the Resolutions that

we will be voting on tonight for contracts for employees. Mayor George reports that an

investigation has been performed on one of the City’s employees. The City received lawyer

assistance and the employee was properly disciplined. This issue has been taken care of.

Emergency Management – There is no report.

Chamber of Commerce – Berg reports, the Chamber has been busy working on Brix and Brew

March 15th @ pavilion. Chamber hopes to have an Assistant hired by the end of next week.

Commissioners – There is no report.

5. REPORTS OF CITY OFFICERS

Sheriff - Joe Helm reports – Still going thru a transition period - We did start our Citizen

Academy in 2019. Nysoe asks Sheriff Helm about 1639. Sheriff Helm explains to Nysoe his point

of enforcement on this issue. Sheriff Helm invites Nysoe and any other council member to come

to his office and discuss this issue further.

Public Works – There is no report.

Planning Director/Code Compliance – M. Bailey reports on the Code Compliance Update. She

is formally requesting a meeting with the Finance Committee, Public Safety and the City

Attorney. To discuss a potential abatement project.

Comp Plan Update – Updates are going to Planning Commission next week to finalizing updates

and heading for SEPA end of March first of April, still on target for June deadline. Minor issue,

Columbia County lost their GIS tech, M. Bailey is currently working with the consultant to amend

the contract to incorporate some additional GIS work.

M. Bailey makes mention she is looking at a potential development agreement inside the City

limits for a distillery. Exciting for potential new business, very early stages at this point.

M. Bailey reports she received verbal approval to hire an office Assistant and she is waiting for

written approval on Tuesday, the Office Assistant will begin on February 25th.

City Clerk-Treasurer – There is no report.

Mayor Pro-Tempore – There is no report.

Mayor – There is no report.

6. UNFINISHED BUSINESS

ACTION: Resolution No. 1367 - Engineering Services Contract with Anderson Perry & Associates, Inc.

for 2019-20217. Bailey makes the motion, to approve Resolution No. 1367 - Engineering Services Contract

with Anderson Perry & Associates, Inc. for 2019-2021. Berg seconds. The motion carries unanimously.

7. NEW BUSINESS

A. ACTION: Resolution No. 1368 - authorizing a personnel contract with James C. Costello.

B. ACTION: Resolution No. 1369 – authorizing a personnel contract with Debra M. Hays.

C. ACTION: Resolution No. 1370 – authorizing a personnel contract with Trina D. Cole. Mayor George

explains the reason for the contracts after a brief discussion. Council member Paris from the Personal

Committee explains the committee’s recommendations. D. Bailey makes a motion to approve Resolution

Nos. #1368, #1369, #1370. Weatherford seconds the motion; the motion carries unanimously.

D. ACTION: Resolution No. 1371, adopting updated countywide planning policies for Columbia County –.

Planning Director M. Bailey explained the updating process and improvements. Paris makes a motion to

adopt Resolution No. 1371 updated countywide planning policies for Columbia County. Bailey seconds.

The motion carries unanimously.

E. ACTION: Resolution No. 1372 – Flood Control Zone District. Mayor George explains the Flood

Control Zone District. Planning Director M Bailey explains in detail the process and steps that still need to

be taken to acquire the support of City of Dayton and City of Starbuck. Columbia County has adopted their

intent to form and now waiting for City of Dayton and City of Starbuck support. Berg moves for approval

to accept Resolution No.1372 Flood Control Zone District. Paris seconds. The motion carries unanimously.

F. ACTION: Resolution No. 1373 - Amend Master Fee Schedule to include changes to building permit fees

and charges – Planning Director M. Bailey explains in detail the positive changes to the Fee Schedule, after

a brief discussion. D Bailey makes a motion to approve, Resolution No. 1373 – Amend Master Fee

Schedule to include changes to building permit fees and charges. Kaczmarski seconds. The motion carries

unanimously.

G. ACTION: Gas Tax Agreement - Transportation Improvement Board for grant funding to replace the

Main Street Light bulbs to LED- Craig George, Mayor - D. Bailey asks why is it’s a GAS TAX? Mayor

George explains the details and how it is involved with Transportation Improvement Board. Positive

comments by several council member that the lights are nice and bright. Paris makes a motion to approve

Gas Tax Agreement - Transportation Improvement Board for grant funding to replace the Main Street Light

bulbs to LED. Weatherford seconds. The Motion carries unanimously.

8. FINAL PUBLIC COMMENT

None.

Councilmember Nysoe –Asks about the Monthly City Council agendas not being in the local

papers. Mayor George asked Deputy Clerk Hays to take care of this for all 3 papers.

Deputy Clerk Hays –Reports about the Cemetery and Council Meeting records that will be picked

up March 4th or 5th. To be archived digitally. Hays explains these documents will be out of the

office, but we will still have access to them via the phone.

Councilmember D. Bailey - Reports on Public Works new truck. Public Works crew made it home

safe and truck looks great.

Mayor Craig George – Reports Anderson Perry has chosen Dayton High School to receive a

$750.00 Scholarship, Mayor George will coordinate with Dayton High School on getting this

information to students.

9. ADJOURN

With no further business to come before the Council, the regular meeting is adjourned at 6:48 p.m.

 

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