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City Commission Meeting

THE CITY COMMISSION MEETING OF BOZEMAN, MONTANA

AGENDA

Monday, July 23, 2018

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.  FYI

E.  Commission Disclosures

F.  Consent

  1. Authorize Payment of Accounts Payable Claims for Goods and Services (LaMeres)
  2. Appoint a Sub-Committee of Two Commissioners to Review Depository Bonds and Pledged Securities as of June 30, 2018 (Clark)
  3. Remove Citizen Advisory Board Members with Incomplete Annual Ethics Training (Crough)
  4. Authorize the City Manager to Sign Two (2) Public Access Easements, a Public Drainage Easement, a Public Street and Utility Easement, a Water Pipeline Access Easement and Agreement, and a Conditional Irrevocable Offer of Dedication with Bozeman School District 7 for the Bozeman High School Project (Kohtz)
  5. Authorize the City Manager to Sign an Agreement with Bozeman School District 7 for New Bozeman High School Water Adequacy Requirements (Heaston)
  6. Authorize the City Manager to Sign a Professional Services Agreement with Design 5 Landscape Architecture for Water Efficient Landscape Designs for City Street Medians (Ahlstrom)
  7. Resolution 4920, State Revolving Loan Program Reimbursement for the Front Street Interceptor - Resolution Relating to Financing of Certain Proposed Projects, Establishing Compliance with Reimbursement Bond Regulations Under the Internal Revenue Code (Donald)


    Consider the motion:
    I move to approve Consent Items 1-7 as submitted.

G.  Consent II:  Items Acted Upon Without Prior Unanimous Vote

  1. Ordinance 2007 Provisional Adoption, the Kagy Crossroads Zone Map Amendment Changing Zoning on 5.5098 Acres from B-2 (Community Business District) to B-2M (Community Business Mixed District), Generally Located Northwest of the Intersection of South 19th Avenue and Kagy Boulevard, Application 18132 (Rogers)


    Consider the motion:
    I move to provisionally adopt Ordinance 2007, the Kagy Crossroads Zone Map Amendment Changing Zoning on 5.5098 Acres from B-2 to B-2M.

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.  Action Items

  1. Resolution 4936, a Resolution of the City Commission Submitting to the Qualified Electors of the City of Bozeman, Montana, the Question of Issuing General Obligation Bonds for the Bozeman Public Safety Center in the Aggregate Principal Amount of up to Thirty-Six Million Nine Hundred Sixty-Five Thousand and No/100 Dollars ($36,965,000.00) for the Purpose of Paying, with Other Available Funds of the City, the Costs of Designing, Constructing, Equipping and Furnishing on City-Owned Land at the Corner of East Oak Street and North Rouse Avenue a New Bozeman Public Safety Center, to Include the City's Fire Station #1, Police Department Headquarters, Municipal Courts, Prosecution, Victim Services, and Other Justice Services, and Associated Site Improvements, and Costs Associated with the Sale and Issuance of the Bonds for the Bozeman Public Safety Center (Surratt)


    Consider the motion:
    I move to adopt Resolution 4936, a Resolution of the City Commission Submitting to the Qualified Electors of the City of Bozeman, Montana, the Question of Issuing General Obligation Bonds for the Bozeman Public Safety Center in the Aggregate Principal Amount of up to Thirty-Six Million Nine Hundred Sixty-Five Thousand and No/100 Dollars ($36,965,000.00) for the Purpose of Paying, with Other Available Funds of the City, the Costs of Designing, Constructing, Equipping and Furnishing on City-Owned Land at the Corner of East Oak Street and North Rouse Avenue a New Bozeman Public Safety Center, to Include the City's Fire Station #1, Police Department Headquarters, Municipal Courts, Prosecution, Victim Services, and Other Justice Services, and Associated Site Improvements, and Costs Associated with the Sale and Issuance of the Bonds for the Bozeman Public Safety Center.

  2. Resolution 4939, Establishing a Water Impact Fee and Wastewater Impact Fee Exemption Program for Montana State University and Also Establishing an Appropriate Water and Wastewater Impact Fee Refund for Yellowstone Residence Hall and Jake Jabs Hall (Heaston/Saunders)

    Consider the motion:
    Having considered the staff presentation and materials provided, I hereby move to adopt Resolution 4939, Establishing a Water Impact Fee and Wastewater Impact Fee Exemption Program for Montana State University and Also Establishing an Appropriate Water and Wastewater Impact Fee Refund for Yellowstone Residence Hall and Jake Jabs Hall.

  3. Selection of Park and Trail District Level of Service to Pursue in the Staffing and Implementation Plan for the District (Overton)

    Consider the motion:
    I move to accept the 2018 Park and Trail District Feasibility Study Part II and direct the City Manager to proceed with the Park & Trail District Staffing and Implementation Plan at a (choose one: bronze, silver or gold) level of service and return, within the current fiscal year, with the proposed plan and recommendations and a Resolution of Intent to create a special district for park and trail maintenance.

J.  FYI/Discussion

K.  Executive Session

  1. City Manager Six Month Feedback


    The Mayor may close the meeting to the public pursuant to Sect. 2-3-203(3), MCA, during the time discussion relates to a matter of individual privacy if and only if the Mayor determines the demands of individual privacy clearly exceed the merits of public disclosure. The right of individual privacy may be waived by the individual about whom the discussion pertains and, in that event, the meeting must be open.

L.  Adjournment

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