COUNCIL MEETING AGENDACasper City CouncilCity Hall, Council ChambersTuesday, December 1, 2020, 6:00 p.m.COUNCIL POLICYPUBLIC STATEMENTSI.Members of the Public Wishing to Speak to an Item Already on the Agenda, Other Than aPublic Hearing, or Second or Third Reading Ordinance, Must Submit a Request to the CityClerk’s Office by 12:00 Noon on the Monday Immediately Preceding the Council Meeting,or May Speak During the Communications From Persons Present.II.When Speaking to the City Council Please: Clearly State Your Name and Address. Direct all questions/comments to the Mayor and only the Mayor. No personal attacks on staff or Council. Speak to the City Council with Civility and Decorum.III.The City Council Will Not Respond to Any Comments or Questions ConcerningPersonnel Matters. Any Such Comments or Questions Will be Handled by the AppropriatePersons. Public Hearing Comments and Presentations Will be Limited to Five Minutes orLess per Person, nor Will Time Extensions be Permitted. No Duplication of Speakers willbe Allowed.IV.Questions Posed by Speakers May, or May Not be Responded to by Council Members.V.Willful Disruption of, or the Breach of the Peace at, a Council Meeting may Result in theRemoval of any Such Individuals or Groups from the Council Chambers.(These Guidelines Are Also Posted at the Podium in the Council Chambers)*Please silence cell phones during the City Council meeting.*COVID-19 precautions are in effect at Council meetings. All Council meetings includingWork Sessions are held in Chambers. Entrance to the meetings is the east door off DavidStreet. Upon entry you will be asked to sign-in for contact tracing purposes. Face coveringsare encouraged. Seating has been gridded into six feet distances. Seating capacity for thepublic is fifteen seats. Media will be given priority for seating. Public input via emailis encouraged: CouncilComments@casperwy.govAGENDA1. ROLL CALL2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE1
3. CONSIDERATION OF MINUTES OF THE NOVEMBER 17, 2020 REGULAR COUNCILMEETING, AS PUBLISHED IN THE CASPER STAR-TRIBUNE ON NOVEMBER 25,20204. CONSIDERATION OF MINUTES OF THE NOVEMBER 17, 2020 EXECUTIVE SESSION– PROPERTY ACQUISITION AND PERSONNEL5. CONSIDERATION OF BILLS AND CLAIMS6. BRIGHT SPOTS IN OUR COMMUNITY – RECOGNITION OF CENSUS 2020COMPLETE COUNT COMMITTEE7. COMMUNICATIONSA. From Persons Present8. ESTABLISH DATE OF PUBLIC HEARINGA. Consent1. Establish February 16, 2021, as the Public Hearing Date for Consideration of:a. Liquor License Renewals for Licensing Period April 1, 2021 through March 31,2022.9. PUBLIC HEARINGSA. Ordinance1. Amending Chapter 9.40 of the Casper Municipal Code – Offenses By or AgainstMinors, Article IV, Sale of Tobacco.B. Resolution1. Terms of the Sale and Transfer of Ownership of the Real Property, Generally Knownas the "Former Beverly Street Ballfields Property" and More Particularly Describedas: Lots 2 and 3, Highland Park Addition No. 6, City of Casper.C. Minute Action1. Transfer of Ownership for Retail Liquor License No. 11 from Partytime Inc. d/b/aPartytime Liquors, Located at 1335 South McKinley Street to JJBB, LLC d/b/aPartytime Liquors, Located at 1335 South McKinley Street.2. Transfer of Ownership for Retail Liquor License No. 17 L & L Liquors, Inc., d/b/aLiquor Shed, Located at 4241 East 2nd Street.2
10. SECOND READING ORDINANCESA. Zone Change of Lots 3 and 4, Hembree Addition No. 2, from Zoning Classification R2 (One Unit Residential) to C-2 (General Business), located east of Robertson Road, andDirectly north of 2671 South Robertson Road.1. Communications from Persons PresentB. Vacate and Replat Mesa Del Sol III Addition, to Create Mesa Del Sol IV Addition,Generally Located at the Intersection of Jordan and Central Drive.1. Communications from Persons PresentC. Plat a Portion of SE1/4NW1/4, Section 3, T33N, R79W, 6th P.M., Natrona County,Wyoming, to Create the Kinco Addition No. 2, Located at 813 North Elma Street, andComprising 0.77-acres, more or less.1. Communications from Persons PresentD. Amending Ordinance No. 11-11 an Ordinance Granting to SourceGas Distribution, LLC,a Franchise Agreement.1. Communications from Persons Present11. RESOLUTIONSA. Consent1. Authorizing a Professional Services Agreement with Huber Plumbing and Heatingto Replace Boilers and Mechanical Equipment at the Metro Animal Shelter.2. Authorizing Amendment No. 1 to the Contract for Professional Services with StantecConsulting Service, Inc., in the Amount of 36,973, for Construction Administrationfor the First Street Reach of the North Platte River Restoration Project.3. Authorizing a Cooperative Agreement with the Wyoming Department ofTransportation to allow Bridge Abutments to Encroach on the City of CasperRails-to-Trails Corridor.4. Authorizing the Submission of a Land and Water Conservation Fund Grant, in anAmount of 250,000, for the First Street Gateway Project.5. Authorizing the Execution of Instruments Titled “Release of Lien”, and the Release ofLAD Liens as Identified on Exhibit 1 to each of the Two (2) Resolutions.6. Authorizing the Purchase of Mobile Telephone Positions from ConvergeOne, Inc.,in the Amount of 55,963.56, to Ensure Continuity during the Coronavirus Epidemic.3
11. RESOLUTIONS (continued)A. Consent7. Authorizing the Purchase of Mobile Radio Positions from Motorola Solutions, Inc.,in the Total Amount of 185,610, to Ensure Continuity during the CoronavirusEpidemic.8. Authorizing a Contract between Visit Caper and the City of Casper for the Purposesof Marketing City Facilities during the COVID Pandemic.12. MINUTE ACTIONA. Consent1. Adopting the Wyoming Association of Municipalities 2021 Wyoming LegislativeAgenda.13. INTRODUCTION OF MEASURES AND PROPOSALS BY MEMBERS OF THE CITYCOUNCIL14. ADJOURN INTO EXECUTIVE SESSION – PROPERTY ACQUISITION ANDPERSONNEL15. ADJOURNMENTUpcoming Council meetingsCouncil meetings6:00 p.m. Tuesday, December 15, 2020– Council Chambers6:00 p.m. Tuesday, January 5, 2020 – Council ChambersWork sessions4:30 p.m. Tuesday, December 8, 2020 – Council Chambers4:30 p.m. Tuesday, January 12, 2020– Council ChambersFCAGR-1R-2R-3R-4R-5R-6PHHOOBZONING CLASSIFICATIONSMajor Flood Channels & RiverbanksPUDPlanned Unit DevelopmentUrban AgricultureHMHospital MedicalResidential EstateC-1Neighborhood ConvenienceOne Unit ResidentialC-2General BusinessOne to Four Unit ResidentialC-3Central BusinessHigh-Density ResidentialC-4Highway BusinessMixed ResidentialM-1Limited IndustrialManufactured Home (Mobile) ParkM-2General IndustrialPark HistoricSMOSoil Management OverlayHistoric OverlayEDEducationOffice BusinessOYDOld Yellowstone District4
COUNCIL PROCEEDINGSCasper City Hall – Council ChambersNovember 17, 20201. ROLL CALLCasper City Council met in regular session at 6:00 p.m., Tuesday, November 17, 2020. Present:Councilmembers Bates, Cathey, Hopkins, Huber, Johnson, Lutz, Powell and Mayor Freel.Councilmember Pacheco attended via telephone.2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCEMayor Freel led the audience in the Pledge of Allegiance.3. MINUTESMoved by Councilmember Hopkins, seconded by Councilmember Bates, to, by minute action,approve the minutes of the October 31, 2020, special Council meeting, as published in the CasperStar Tribune on November 7, 2020. Motion passed.4. MINUTESMoved by Councilmember Bates, seconded by Councilmember Johnson, to, by minute action,approve the minutes of the November 3, 2020, regular Council meeting, as published in the CasperStar Tribune on November 8, 2020. Motion passed.5. MINUTESMoved by Councilmember Bates, seconded by Councilmember Johnson, to, by minute action,approve the minutes of the November 10, 2020, special Council meeting, as published in theCasper-Star Tribune on November 15, 2020. Motion passed.6. EXECUTIVE SESSION MINUTESMoved by Vice Mayor Lutz, seconded by Councilmember Cathey, to, by minute action, approvethe minutes of the November 10, 2020, executive session. Motion passed.7. BILLS & CLAIMSMoved by Councilmember Hopkins, seconded by Councilmember Bates, to, by minute action,approve payment of the November 17, 2020, bills and claims, as audited by City Manager Napier.Motion oAirInnvtnsAirgasAlluretechBills & Claims 30.101,164.00858.005,290.0122.00Casper City Council Meeting Minutes Page 1 of 1111/17/20205
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25.202,893,871.228. COMMUNICATIONS FROM PERSONS PRESENTIndividuals addressing the Council were: Michael Hamel, 2504 Bonnie Brae, suggesting ways tobe safe during the COVID pandemic; Dallas Laird, former Councilmember, requesting Counciladd the word “healing” to the name of Conwell Park; Kyle Gamroth, 6907 Columbia River Rd,informing Council that Natrona County has prepared a mask mandate and that it has been approvedby state officials; and Bruce Knell, sharing his opinion on mask mandates. Vice Mayor Lutzaddressed points raised by Mr. Hamel. Mayor Freel asked about the process to change the nameof a park, which City Manager Napier addressed. Council provided a thumbs up for staff to preparea resolution to change the name of Conwell Park.9. ESTABLISH PUBLIC HEARINGSMoved by Councilmember Cathey, seconded by Councilmember Hopkins, to, by minute action,establish December 1, 2020, as the public hearing date for the consideration of:a) an ordinance Amending Chapter 9.40 of the Casper Municipal Code – Offenses By or AgainstMinors, Article IV, Sale of Tobacco;b) terms of the sale and transfer of ownership of the real property, generally known as the "FormerBeverly Street Ballfields Property" and more particularly described as: Lots 2 and 3, HighlandPark Addition No. 6, City of Casper;c) transfer of ownership for Retail Liquor License No. 11 from Partytime Inc. d/b/a PartytimeLiquors, located at 1335 South McKinley Street to JJBB, LLC d/b/a Partytime Liquors, located at1335 South McKinley Street; and,d) transfer of ownership for Retail Liquor License No. 17 L & L Liquors, Inc., d/b/a Liquor Shed,located at 4241 East 2nd Street.Motion passed.Casper City Council Meeting Minutes Page 4 of 1111/17/20208
10.A.1 PUBLIC HEARING - ORDINANCEMayor Freel opened the public hearing for the consideration of the zone change of Lots 3 and 4,Hembree Addition No. 2.City Attorney Henley entered two (2) exhibits: correspondence from Liz Becher to J. CarterNapier, dated November 13, 2020 and an affidavit of publication, as published in the Casper-StarTribune, dated November 2, 2020. City Manager Napier provided a brief report.Speaking in support was Jim Roberts, applicant. Councilmembers Bates and Huber presentedquestions, which Mr. Roberts addressed.There being no others to speak for or against the issues involving Hembree Addition No. 2, thepublic hearing was closed.Following ordinance read:ORDINANCE NO. 25-20AN ORDINANCE APPROVING A ZONE CHANGE OF LOTS 3AND 4, HEMBREE ADDITION NO. 2 IN THE CITY OFCASPER, WYOMING.Councilmember Bates presented the foregoing ordinance for approval, on first reading. Secondedby Councilmember Hopkins. Motion passed.10.A.2 PUBLIC HEARING - ORDINANCEMayor Freel opened the public hearing for the consideration of the Mesa Del Sol IV Addition.City Attorney Henley entered two (2) exhibits: correspondence from Liz Becher to J. CarterNapier, dated November 13, 2020 and an affidavit of publication, as published in the Casper-StarTribune, dated November 2, 2020. City Manager Napier provided a brief report.Speaking in support was Bill Fehringer, Civil Engineering Professionals Inc., 6080 Enterprise Dr.There being no others to speak for or against the issues involving Mesa Del Sol IV Addition, thepublic hearing was closed.Following ordinance read:ORDINANCE NO. 26-20AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE MESA DEL SOL IVSUBDIVISION AGREEMENT AND THE VACATION ANDREPLAT CREATING MESA DEL SOL IV ADDITION.Councilmember Johnson presented the foregoing ordinance for approval, on first reading.Seconded by Councilmember Bates. Motion passed.Casper City Council Meeting Minutes Page 5 of 1111/17/20209
10.A.3 PUBLIC HEARING - ORDINANCEMayor Freel opened the public hearing for the consideration of Kinco Addition No. 2.City Attorney Henley entered two (2) exhibits: correspondence from Liz Becher to J. CarterNapier, dated November 13, 2020 and an affidavit of publication, as published in the Casper-StarTribune, dated November 2, 2020. City Manager Napier provided a brief report.Speaking in support was Wade Kindel, applicant.There being no others to speak for or against the issues involving Kinco Addition No. 2, the publichearing was closed.Following ordinance read:ORDINANCE NO. 27-20AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE KINCO ADDITION NO. 2SUBDIVISION AGREEMENT AND THE FINAL PLATCREATING KINCO ADDITION NO. 2.Councilmember Johnson presented the foregoing ordinance for approval, on first reading.Seconded by Vice Mayor Lutz. Motion passed.10.A.4 PUBLIC HEARING - ORDINANCEMayor Freel opened the public hearing for the consideration of the amendment to the ordinancegranting a franchise agreement to SourceGas Distribution.City Attorney Henley entered one (1) exhibit: correspondence from John Henley to J. CarterNapier, dated November 5, 2020. City Manager Napier provided a brief report.Speaking in support was Michael Howe, Consumer Affairs Manager for Black Hills Energy. Mr.Howe addressed questions presented by Councilmembers. There being no others to speak for oragainst the issues involving the franchise agreement, the public hearing was closed.Following ordinance read:ORDINANCE NO. 28-20AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 11-11, ANORDINANCE GRANTING TO SOURCEGAS DISTRIBUTIONLLC, A DELAWARE LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY, ITSSUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS, THE RIGHT, PERMISSIONAND AUTHORITY TO CONSTRUCT, MAINTAIN ANDOPERATE A GAS TRANSMISSION AND DISTRIBUTIONSYSTEM, INCLUDING MAINS, PIPES, CONDUITS,SERVICES AND OTHER STRUCTURES, IN, UNDER, UPON,OVER, ACROSS AND ALONG THE STREETS, ALLEYS,BRIDGES AND PUBLIC PLACES WITH THE PRESENT ANDFUTURE CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE CITY OF CASPER,WYOMING; FOR THE FURNISHING, TRANSMISSION,DISTRIBUTION AND SALE OF GAS WHETHER ARTIFICIAL,Casper City Council Meeting Minutes Page 6 of 1111/17/202010
NATURAL, MIXED OR OTHERWISE FOR LIGHTING,HEATING, DOMESTIC, INDUSTRIAL AND OTHER USES INSAID CITY AND ELSEWHERE, LIMITING THE TERM OFSAID GRANT; PRESCRIBING THE TERMS ANDCONDITIONS UNDER WHICH SAID COMPANY MAYOPERATE; AND, REPEALING ORDINANCE NOS. 20-00 AND16-04.Councilmember Bates presented the foregoing ordinance for approval, on first reading. Secondedby Councilmember Johnson.Councilmember Cathey asked about the term of the agreement and City Attorney Henley clarified.Motion passed.11. ORDINANCE– THIRD READINGFollowing ordinance read:Ordinance No. 20-20AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 13.32.030 OF THECASPER MUNICIPAL CODE PERTAINING TO DIVISION IIIWASTEWATER – SEWER DISCHARGE REGULATIONS.WHEREAS, it is essential to the public health, welfare, and safety of the inhabitants of theCity of Casper and its environs to provide adequate water and wastewater service; and,WHEREAS, Chapter 13.32 of the Casper Municipal Code needs to be amended to comply withpollution limitations required by the Environmental Protection Agency regulations.NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE CITY OFCASPER, WYOMING: That Chapter 13.32 of the Casper Municipal Code is hereby amended asfollows:Section 1:Section 13.32.030 Specific pollutant limitations designated--Local limits shall be amended to readas follows:13.32.030 Specific pollutant limitations designated--Local limits.A. Local Limits that can be accepted FROM SIGNIFICANT INDUSTRIAL USERS at thePOTW for treatment in accordance with guidance established by federal law is limited to:PollutantLocal Limits (mg/4L)Arsenic6.42Cadmium3.48Chromium Total elenium3.08Silver18.08Zinc43.60Mercury0.49Casper City Council Meeting Minutes Page 7 of 1111/17/202011
B. Any other specific pollutants identified by the city may also have specific effluent permitlimitations set by the city to restrict their discharge into the system.C. Best Available Technology (BAT) shall be used for pretreatment of any discharges to thePOTW from the cleanup activities of soil, aquifer, or groundwater table associated with leakingunderground storage tanks of spills of any petroleum products. The BAT shall be capable ofreducing the benzene concentration to less than 0.05 mg/l and the "total" benzene, ethyl benzene,toluene and xylene (betx) to less than 0.750 mg/1. This is in accordance with guidance establishedin EPA's Model NPDES Permit for Discharges Resulting from the Cleanup of Gasoline Releasedfrom Underground Storage Tanks, June 1989.D. The city may develop best management practices (BMPs), by ordinance or in individualwastewater discharge permits or general permits, to implement local limits and the requirementsof Section 13.32.040. Such BMPs shall be considered local limits and pretreatment standards forthe purposes of this part and Section 307(D) of the Act. BMPs also include treatment requirements,operating procedures, and practices to control plant site runoff, spillage or leaks, sludges or wastedisposal, or drainage from raw materials storage.E. The city reserves the right to establish, by ordinance or in individual wastewater dischargepermits or in general permits
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