City Commission Meeting



Monday, February 24, 2020

Table of Contents

A. Call to Order 6:00 PM - Commission Room, City Hall, 121 North Rouse

B. Pledge of Allegiance and a Moment of Silence

C. Changes to the Agenda

D. Public Service Announcement

  1. The City Commission Meeting on March 2, 2020 Will Have an Early Start Time of 5 PM


F. Commission Disclosures

G. Consent

  1. Authorize Payment of Accounts Payable Claims for Goods and Services (LaMeres)
  2. Resolution 5136, Intent to Modify Special Improvement Lighting District 722 for Meadow Creek Phases 1, 1A and 1B (Clark)
  3. Resolution 5146, Adoption of the Glen Lake Rotary Park Master Plan Narrative (Jadin)
  4. Approve the Final Plat for Lakes at Valley West Phase 5b Subdivision and Authorize the Director of Public Works to Execute the Same on Behalf of the City of Bozeman; the Director of Community Development to Execute the Improvements Agreement on Behalf of the City of Bozeman (Rosenberg)
  5. Authorize the Interim City Manager to Sign a Public Access Easement with Rosa Johnson Development LLC for the Boulder Creek Phase 3 Subdivision Common Open Space lots 7-10, Final Plat 19233 (Garber)
  6. Authorize the Interim City Manager to Sign a Lift Station Agreement with Rosa Johnson Development LLC for Use of the Laurel Glen Lift Station by the Boulder Creek Subdivision Phase 3 Project 19223 (Murray)
  7. Authorize the Interim City Manager to Sign a Water and Sewer Pipeline and Access Easement and Agreement with John and Marica Tapp, Buckskin Rentals, LLC, Casey Kennedy and Joshua T. Hickey, David and Susan Luebbe, Bryan and Brenda Rickert, Heather and Brian Zaiger, Solid Capital Investments, LLC, TJ Holdings, LLC, and Duck Creek, LLC for the Gallatin Green Condos Site Plan Project (Nielsen)
  8. Authorize the Interim City Manager to Sign a Water Main and Access Easement with VC Development LLC for the Catron Crossing Lots 8 and 9 (FLIR) Site Plan Project 19314 (Nielsen)
  9. Authorize the Interim City Manager to Sign Amendment Number 3 to the Professional Services Agreement with Morrison-Maierle for the Capital Improvement Projects Field Survey (Gamradt)
  10. Resolution 5150, Accepting the Preferred Alternative in the Preliminary Engineering Report and Affirming Adequate Resources to Construct and Maintain the Front Street Interceptor Project (Murray)
  11. Authorize the Interim City Manager to Sign a Professional Services Agreement with Advanced Engineering and Environmental Services, Incorporated, for the Bozeman Wastewater Collection System Model Update: Phase 1 – Hydraulic Model Development Project (Heaston)
  12. Authorize the Interim City Manager to Sign a Professional Services Agreement with Sanderson Stewart for Predesign Services for the Story Mill Road Reconstruction From Bridger Drive to Griffin Drive and the Bridger Drive-Story Mill Road Intersection Improvements Project (Murray)
  13. Authorize the Interim City Manager to Sign Amendment 1 to the Dark Fiber Lease Agreement Between The City of Bozeman and Bozeman Fiber (Rosenberry)

H. Public Comment - Please state your name and address in an audible tone of voice for the record. This is the time to comment on any matter falling within the scope of the Bozeman City Commission. There will also be time in conjunction with each agenda item for public comment relating to that item but you may only speak once. Please note, the City Commission cannot take action on any item which does not appear on the agenda. All persons addressing the City Commission shall speak in a civil and courteous manner and members of the audience shall be respectful of others. Please limit your comments to three minutes.

I. Special Presentation

  1. United Way's Mental Health Awareness Efforts (Jamison)

J. Action Items

  1.  Resolution 5142, Authorizing the Refinance and Directing the Sale and Issuance and Prescribing the Form and Terms Thereof and the Security Therefor for Downtown 2007 Series Bonds (Donald)
  2. Application 19373, The Nest Preliminary Plat. A Major Subdivision Application at Annie Street and Rosa Way to Subdivide 13 Lot Residential Subdivision on 5.411 Acres. Four Relaxations are Requested With the PUD Associated With This Application (Quasi-judicial) (Rosenberg)
  3. Application 19372, The Nest PUD. A Preliminary Planned Unit Development (PUD) Application at Annie Street and Rosa Way to Allow a Residential Development of 45 Dwelling Units on 13 lots on 5.411 Acres with Relaxations to Zoning Regulations Requested for Lot Size, Setback Encroachment, Access Distance and Design, and a Request for Concurrent Construction (Quasi-judicial)(Rosenberg)
  4. Application 19445, Modification and Certificate of Appropriateness Deviation Application to an Approved Site Plan Application (19-128) to Allow for Encroachment of Open Space Hardscaping and a 4-foot Awning into the 35-foot Watercourse Setback at 240 East Mendenhall Street (Quasi-judicial) (Rosenberg)
  5. Resolution 5092, Establishing a Procedure for the Official Naming of Parks, Trails, and Recreational Facilities (Jadin)

K. FYI/Discussion

L. Adjournment


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