Current City Commission Agendas

March 20, 2017 City Commission Meeting



Monday, March 20, 2017

Table of Contents

A. Call to Order EARLY START TIME - 5:00 PM - Commission Room, City Hall, 121 North Rouse
B. Pledge of Allegiance and a Moment of Silence
C. Changes to the Agenda

D. Minutes

Consider the motion: I move to approve the combined City Commission Minutes from February 6, February 13, and February 27, 2017, as submitted.
E. Consent
1. Authorize Payment of Accounts Payable Claims for Goods and Services (LaMeres)
2. Authorize the Mayor to Sign a Letter of Support with the Trust for Public Land for the National 10-Minute Walk to a Park Campaign (Overton)
3. Authorize the Mayor to Sign the Findings of Fact and Order for the Glen Lake Commerce Subdivision Preliminary Plat, Application 16533 (Quasi-Judicial) (WerBell)
4. Authorize the Mayor to Sign the City of Bozeman’s Certified Local Government Grant Contract for 2017-2018 with the Montana State Historic Preservation Office in the amount of $5,500 for a Portion of the Historic Preservation Specialist Salary (Saunders)
5. Approve the Grant Award with Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks for the Northwest Bozeman Wayfinding Station at the Bozeman Sports Park and Authorize the City Manager to Sign the Grant Agreement (Poissant)
6. Authorize the City Manager to Sign a Memorandum of Understanding with the USDA Forest Service, Custer Gallatin National Forest, for Municipal Watershed Projects (Heaston)
7. Authorize the City Manager to Sign a Professional Services Agreement with Altitude Training Associates to Complete Various Construction Site Stormwater Management Training Classes over a Two-Year Term (Mehrens)
8. Authorize the City Manager to Sign a Professional Services Agreement with Peaks to Plains Design, PC for a Parks and Trails District Feasibility Study (Poissant)
9. Authorize the City Manager to Sign a Professional Services Master Task Order Agreement with HDR Engineering, Inc. for On-Call Engineering Services at the City of Bozeman Water Reclamation Facility (Heaston)
10. Authorize the City Manager to Sign Addendum C-2 to the Master Services Agreement with Vision Technology Solutions for the Bozeman Public Library Website Subsite (McMahan)
11. Authorize the City Manager to Sign Amendment Number 1 with Robert Peccia and Associates for the Durston and Cottonwood Road Improvements Project (Murray)
12. Authorize the City Manager to Sign Task Order Number 5 to the Professional Services Agreement with HDR Engineering for Stormwater System Pipe Rehabilitation and Drainage Project Design (Mehrens)
13. Resolution 4778, Intent to Modify Special Improvement Lighting District (SILD) Number 728 for The Lakes at Valley West Phases 1-3 (Clark)
14. Resolution 4785, Authorizing Change Order Number 2 with DLM Contracting, Inc. to the South University Area Sewer Main Interceptor Project (Murray)
15. Resolution 4787, Replacing the Bozeman Zone Map and Authorizing the Mayor’s Signature Certifying the New Official Zone Map (Saunders)
16. Resolution 4758, Allocation of Cash-in-lieu of Park Land Dedication Funds from 23rd Avenue Condominium (Z14125) to Bozeman Sports Park (Poissant)
17. Ordinance 1971 Final Adoption, Affordable Housing Lot Size Averaging Text Amendment Amending Section 38.08.040 of the Bozeman Municipal Code, Application 17016 (Saunders)
Consider the motion: I move to approve Consent Items 1-17 as submitted.

F. Public Comment - Please state your name and address in an audible tone of voice for the record. This is the time for individuals to comment on matters falling within the purview of the Bozeman City Commission. There will also be an opportunity in conjunction with each agenda item for comments pertaining to that item. Please limit your comments to three minutes.   
G. Action Items
Consider the motion: Having considered public testimony and having provisionally adopted Ordinance 1950 on February 27, 2017, I hereby move to finally adopt Ordinance 1950 amending the Bozeman Municipal Code to add mobile vending regulations.
Consider the motion: Having reviewed and considered the staff memorandum, public comment, and all information presented, I hereby move to approve Resolution 4766 amending the fee schedule for the business license program to include mobile vending.
Consider the motion: I move to adopt Resolution No. 4782, Amending the City's Annual Budget for the Street Impact Fee Fund, Arterial & Collector District Fund, and the Special Improvement District Revolving Fund to Increase Appropriations by a Total of $5,311,520 for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2017 to Complete Various Street and Intersection Projects.
Consider the motion: I hereby move to adopt Resolution 4771, declaring it to be the City's intention to create Special Improvement District (SID) Number 740 for the purpose of financing local improvements to North Ferguson Avenue between West Oak Street and Baxter Lane and on West Oak Street between Davis Lane and North Ferguson Avenue.
Consider the motion: I move to approve the attached Interlocal Agreement between Bozeman School District 7 and the City of Bozeman for the repayment of costs for the construction of Flanders Mill Road.
Consider the motion: I move to authorize the City Manager to sign the Payment and Repayment Agreement with Flanders Mill, LLC for the Westside Construction Project.
Consider the motion: I move to appoint one member to the Audit Committee with an updated term of March 1, 2019.
Consider the motion: I move to appoint up to four members to the Fire Code Board of Appeals with the following terms:
Two positions with updated terms ending December 31, 2019,
One position with an existing term ending December 31, 2017, and/or
One position with an existing term ending December 31, 2018.
9. Legislative Update (Kukulski)
Consider the motion: No motion is required. Advertised as Action Item so that Commission may direct staff as necessary.
H. Executive Session
1. City Manager Evaluation
The Mayor may close to the public all or portions of this meeting pursuant to Sect. 2-3-203(3), MCA, if discussion relates to a matter of individual privacy and the Mayor determines the demands of the individual’s 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 opened.
I. FYI/Discussion

J. Adjournment
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Event location: City Hall - Commission Room
121 N. Rouse Ave
Bozeman, MT 59715
Event date: 3/20/2017 5:00 PM

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