December 16, 2014 City Council Meeting Agenda

                                                                 

 

 

AGENDA

Irrigon City Council Meeting

December 16, 2014 – 5:30 PM

Irrigon City Hall – 500 NE Main Avenue

 

  1. Call to Order/Pledge/Roll Call – 6:00 p.m.

 

  1. Mayor’s Comments

 

  1. * Consent Agenda (The Consent Agenda allows the Council to approve all items together without discussion or individual motions. Councilors can request an item be removed for later in the meeting and discussion)

a.  Approval of Minutes – November 18, 2014

b.  Staff Reports

  i.  Public Works

           ii.  City Manager

c.  Accounts Payable

d.  Morrow County Sheriff Report

e.  Correspondence

 

  1. Public Comment – Maximum 3 minutes/person.  Maximum 30 minutes allotted time for public comments

This is the time provided for individuals wishing to address the Council, at their discretion. Sign-up on the clipboard required.

 

  1. Safe Routes for School Ordinance “draft” – Information

 

  1. *Abatement Order-Resolution No. 14-13 – Disposition

 

  1. *Grant Application – Good Shepherd

 

  1. *Irrigon Council Election Certification

 

  1. *OLCC License Renewals

10. Items for Future Council Meetings

 

 

Adjournment

Click here for City Council Meeting Packet 12.16.14

 

Next Regular Meeting Date – January 20, 2015

 

* Denotes a motion and vote required.

If you would like to attend and need assistance, please phone Irrigon City Hall at 1.541.922.3047 or TTY relay 1.800.735.2900

Records Requests:  The public may request documents for review, as legally applicable.  A written request shall be submitted with a response in 5 business days of the time and cost for such public document request.  City will proceed upon written notice to proceed or disregard the request.

December 2, 2014 Planning Commission Meeting Agenda

Irrigon Planning Commission

Agenda

December 2, 2014

Irrigon City Hall

500 NE Main Avenue

 

 

 

Meeting is cancelled for the month of September. No business to attend to.

 

 

Next Regular Meeting: City of Irrigon Planning Commission – January 6, 2014

All meetings begin at 6:00 p.m.

 

November 18, 2014 City Council Agenda

AGENDA

Irrigon City Council Meeting

November 18, 2014 – 5:30 PM

Irrigon City Hall – 500 NE Main Aven ue

0.       CIS “Elected Officials Training “ – 5:30 p.m.    (Nancy Snider – Wheatland Insurance)

1. Call to Order/Pledge/Roll Call  – 6:00 p.m.

2.  Mayor’s Comments

3. * Consent Agenda (The Consent Agenda allows the Council to approve all items together without discussion or individual motions.  Councilors can request an item be removed for later in the meeting and discussion)

a. Approval of Minutes – October 21, 2014
b. Staff Reports
i.   Finance Officer
ii.  Public Works
iii.  City Manager
c. Accounts Payable
d. Morrow County Sheriff Report
e. Correspondence

4.        Public Comment – Maximum 3 minutes/person.  Maximum 30 minutes allotted time for public comments
This is the time provided for individuals wishing to address the Council, at their discretion. Sign-up on the clipboard required.

5.        * 2014 Audit Report

6.        * Resolution 14-11 – “Executive Session News Media Attendance Policy”

7.        * Resolution 14-12 – “Boardman Community Development Association (BCDA) – Agent of Record”

8.        Public Hearing Abatement  – 350 NE Sixth Street

9.        Public Hearing Abatement  Deliberation – 350 NE Sixth Street

10.      * Resolution 14-13 “Abatement  Order – 350 NE Sixth Street”

11.      * IGA OTLD/City of Irrigon

12.     Items for Future Council Meetings
Adjournment

 Click here for City Council Packet for 11-18-14 meeting

Next Regular Meeting Date – December 16, 2014

* Denotes a motion and vote required.
If you would like to attend and need assistance, please phone Irrigon City Hall at 1.541.922.3047 or TTY relay 1.800.735.2900
Records Requests:  The public may request documents for review, as legally applicable.  A written request shall be submitted with a response in 5 business days of the time and cost for such public document request.  City will proceed upon written notice to proceed or disregard the request.

October 21, 2014 City Council Meeting Agenda

    

AGENDA

Irrigon City Council Meeting

October 21, 2014 – 6:00 PM

Irrigon City Hall – 500 NE Main Avenue

 

 

1.  Call to Order/Pledge/Roll Call – 6:00 p.m.

2.  Mayor’s Comments

3. * Consent Agenda (The Consent Agenda allows the Council to approve all items together without discussion or individual motions. Councilors can request an item be removed for later in the meeting and discussion)

a.  Approval of Minutes – September 16, 2014

b.  Staff Reports

i.  Public Works

ii.  City Manager

c.Accounts Payable

d. Morrow County Sheriff Report

e.  Correspondence

4.  Public Comment – Maximum 3 minutes/person. Maximum 30 minutes allotted time for public comments

This is the time provided for individuals wishing to address the Council, at their discretion. Sign-up on the clipboard required.

5.* Commercial Lease – Taco Car

6.  Nuisance Abatement Process – Information

7.  * Abatement Process – 350 NE Sixth Street

8.* City of Irrigon/OTLD IGA

9.  *OTLD/City of Irrigon Building Code Modification Agreement

10.  * OLCC Application – Irrigon Mini Mart

11. Boardman Economic Development – Information

12.  Items for Future Council Meetings

 

Adjournment

 Click here for 10-21-2014 City Council Meeting Packet
 

Next Regular Meeting Date – November 18, 2014

 

* Denotes a motion and vote required.

If you would like to attend and need assistance, please phone Irrigon City Hall at 1.541.922.3047 or TTY relay 1.800.735.2900

Records Requests: The public may request documents for review, as legally applicable.  A written request shall be submitted with a response in 5 business days of the time and cost for such public document request.  City will proceed upon written notice to proceed or disregard the request.

September 16, 2014 City Council Meeting Minutes

 

Minutes

Irrigon City Council Meeting

September 16, 2014 – 6:00 PM

Irrigon City Hall – 500 NE Main Avenue

                             

 1.  Call to Order, Roll Call and Pledge of Allegiance

 

Mayor Sam Heath called the meeting to order at 6:02 p.m.

 

Council members present: Christine Sorenson, Sam Heath, Joe Theisen , Daren Strong, and Ken Matlack. Michelle Hagen and Margaret Anderson had excused absences.

 

Staff present: City Clerk Jessi Hoffman, Public Works Director Keith White. City Manager Aaron Palmquist had a excused absence.

 

Audience: Duputy Neubert and Lisa Sanders

 

2.  Mayor’s Comments

 

Mayor Heath stated that she thought that the Goat Head Program would have taken off a little better than it had, but there is always next year and maybe more people will participate in getting rid of goat heads now that they know that there is a program.

 

3.  Consent Agenda

 

Mayor Heath asked council for a motion to approve the Consent Agenda.

 

It was moved by Councilor Sorenson and seconded by Councilor Strong to approve and accept the Consent Agenda with all items as presented.

 

a.  Approval of Minutes – August 19, 2014

b.  Staff Reports

i.  Finance Officer

ii.  Public Works

iii. City Manager

c.  Accounts Payable

d.  Correspondence

 

The motion passed unanimously.

 

4.  Public Comment

 

Mayor Heath asked if there was any public comment at this time.

There was no Public Comment.

 

5.  *Mission – Vision – Goals

 

Mayor Heath asked council for a motion to approve the Mission – Vision – Goals

 

It was moved by Councilor Sorenson and seconded by Councilor Matlack to approve and accept the Mission – Vision – Goals. Motion passed unanimously.

 

6.  Items for Future Council Meetings

There was none at the time.

 

Councilor Strong made a motion to adjourn meeting.

 

The meeting was adjourned at 6:13 p.m.

 

Adjournment            Next Regular Meeting Date – October 21, 2014

 

 

Submitted by/

Jessi Hoffman

City Clerk

 

 

 

 

September 16, 2014 City Council Meeting Agenda

 

AGENDA

Irrigon City Council Meeting

September 16, 2014 – 6:00 PM

Irrigon City Hall – 500 NE Main Avenue

 

 

1.             Call to Order/Pledge/Roll Call  - 6:00 p.m.

2.              Mayor’s Comments

3.             * Consent Agenda (The Consent Agenda allows the Council to approve all items together without discussion or individual motions.  Councilors can request an item be removed for later in the meeting and discussion)

 

              a. Approval of Minutes – August 19, 2014

              b. Staff Reports

                  i.   Finance Officer

                  ii.  Public Works

                  iii.  City Manager

              c. Accounts Payable

              d. Morrow County Sheriff Report

              e. Correspondence

 

4.       Public Comment – Maximum 5 minutes/person 

This is the time provided for individuals wishing to address the Council, at their discretion, regarding issues that are not    already on the agenda. Please sign-up on the clipboard.

 

5.        * Mission – Vision – Goals

 

6.         Items for Future Council Meetings

 

 

Adjournment                                  

 

 

Next Regular Meeting Date – October 21, 2014 

 

 

* Denotes a motion and vote required.

If you would like to attend and need assistance, please phone Irrigon City Hall at 1.541.922.3047 or TTY relay 1.800.735.2900

Records Requests:  The public may request documents for review, as legally applicable.  A written request shall be submitted with a response in 5 business days of the time and cost for such public document request.  City will proceed upon written notice to proceed or disregard the request.

Click here for  September 16, 2014 City Council Packet

August 19, 2014 City Council Meeting Minutes

 

Minutes

Irrigon City Council Meeting

August 19, 2014 – 6:00 PM

Irrigon City Hall – 500 NE Main Avenue

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1.  Call to Order, Roll Call and Pledge of Allegiance

 

Mayor Sam Heath called the meeting to order at 6:02 p.m.

 

Council members present: Christine Sorenson, Sam Heath, Margaret Anderson, Daren Strong, and Ken Matlack. Michelle Hagen and Joe Theisen had excused absences.

 

Staff present: City Manager Aaron Palmquist, City Clerk Jessi Hoffman, Public Works Director Keith White

 

Audience: Thomas Skach, Lyman Branson II, Deputy Neubert, and George Plavin from the East

Oregonian.

 

2.  Mayor’s Comments

 

Mayor Heath stated that she thought the Watermelon Festival was a huge success, and wanted to thank all of those who participated and volunteered their time. Heath also wanted to say thank you to everyone who cheered the Mayor on in the seed spitting contest.

 

Heath stated that she just returned from attending the Oregon Mayor’s Association conference in Pendleton. She left the conference with a lot of enthusiasm, hope, and excitement for the things Irrigon has to look forward to as we all strive to make this community a wonderful, life-giving place to live. Heath stated, ”as Mayor, I was grateful to have this opportunity to have participated in the conference with the scholarship I received”.

 

3.  Consent Agenda

 

Mayor Heath asked council for a motion to approve the Consent Agenda.

 

It was moved by Councilor Matlack and seconded by Councilor Sorenson to approve and accept the Consent Agenda with all items as presented minus 3d. The Morrow County Sheriff report.

a. Approval of Minutes – July 15, 2014

b. Staff Reports

i. Finance Officer

ii. Public Works

iii. City Manager

c. Accounts Payable

e. Correspondence

 

The motion passed unanimously.

 

Councilor Matlack shared about  the new system and reports that it needs to be cleaned up. Councilor Matlack motioned to accept the sheriff’s report. Councilor Anderson seconded. Motion passed.

 

4.  Public Comment

 

Tom Skach owner of River View Mobile Home Park stated that at the last Council meeting he expressed his great concern regarding Ordinance No. 227-14 and Resolution No. 14-04. He also stated that the rate increases would put him out of business. Tom proposed a motion to the council that Ordinance No. 227-14 and Resolution No. 14-04 be amended to exclude vacant mobile home spaces in mobile home parks from paying the bond loan fees. Council did not accept his proposal and stated they would stand by their previous decisions.

 

5.  *OLCC License Renewals

Mayor Heath stated that OLCC License Renewals are here again. Manager Palmquist pointed out in his manager’s report of the same (5) establishment locations are being sent renewal notices. Heath asked the Council if there was a motion to approve sending out the renewal notices again this year to the 5 establishments considering the concerns of Sub-Zero and Nuts & Bolts?

 

Councilor Strong moved to approve the (5) renewals with renewals with reservations on Nuts N Bolts and Sub-Zero due to activity that warrants continual review. Councilor Sorenson seconded. Motion passes unanimously.

 

6.  *Ordinance No. 230-14 “ Inland Franchise” (Second Read)

 

Manager Palmquist read by title Ordinance No. 230-14 “Inland Franchise”

 

Mayor Heath asked the Council if there was a motion to approve Ordinance No. 230-14 granting to Inland Development Corpation a franchise to construct, operate, and maintain a telecommunications network with in the city of Irrigon, OR?

 

Councilor Sorenson moved to adopt Ordinance No. 230-14 for the Inland Franchise as presented. Councilor Anderson seconded the motion. Motion passes unanimously.

 

7.  *Ordinance No. 231-14 “Windwave Franchise” (Second Read)

 

Manager Palmquist read by title Ordinance No. 231-14 “Windwave Franchise”

 

Mayor Heath asked the Council if there was a motion to approve Ordinance No.231-14 granting to Windwave Communications, a franchise to construct, operate, and maintain a telecommunications

network within the city of Irrigon, OR?

 

Councilor Anderson moved to adopt Ordinance No. 231-14 for the Windwave Communications

Franchise as presented. Councilor Matlack seconded the motion. Motion passed unanimously.

8.  Items for Future Council Meetings

 

In conclusion, Mayor Heath asked if there were any items the council would like to consider putting on the agenda for future Council Meetings?

 

Being none, our next regular meeting will be Sept. 16, 2014. We will adjourn our regular session and enter into a work session on Mission, Vision, & Goals.

 

Councilor Anderson motioned to adjourn.

 

The meeting was adjourned at 6:40 p.m.

 

Adjournment            Next Regular Meeting Date – September 16, 2014

 

 

WORK SESSION:  Immediately following the regular session

 

1  Called to order at 6:44 p.m.

 

2  Mission – Vision – Goals

 

Council discussed and agreed upon the following:

 

 

MISSION

(a statement that broadly describes the purpose of the city – what is the city’s DNA)

  • A neighborly community providing safe services, developing innovative partnerships, focusing on quality and life giving opportunities.

 

VISION

(a statement that is high level, providing direction over the course of a given time, generally 3-5 years, where clear goals can be associated to which staff and committees can perform tasks.  The vision, goals and tasks/objectives should always be in alignment with the mission)

The City of Irrigon is a community that preserves and enhances natural surroundings through planned design.  Irrigon will achieve quality of life through a safe friendly environment, promoting recreational opportunities and civic pride.  Irrigon encourages and supports a business environment, ensuring a diverse, prosperous, and financially secure community

 

 

GOALS

(high level items that provide broad and clear direction for the desired end state/result.  With established goals staff, committees, and the public know what is desired to maintain the mission and accomplish the vision)

  1. Plan, construct and maintain a complete transportation system.
  2. Ensure public decision-making and problem solving includes broad public input.
  3. Continually plan and maintain fiscally-sustainable public services, safety, and infrastructure.
  4. Encourage and support successful community events that add to our quality of life.
  5. Support a thriving and diverse local economy.
  6. Establish Irrigon as a regionally recognized community for its attractive and positive character.
  7. Promote Irrigon’s unique heritage.

VALUES

(PRIDE)

Public.  Partnering with one another and the community; providing best possible services.

 

Responsibility and Accountability.  Taking responsibility for achieving results, maintaining strong accountability and stewardship.

 

Innovation and Sustainability.  Actively seeking good ideas that are lasting and positive to our community, work, and environment.

 

Diversity and Inclusion.  Recognizing and respecting a variety of perspectives, experiences, and approaches that assist achievement of organizational goals.

 

Ethics and Integrity.  Our actions maintain the trust and confidence of the public and organization we serve.

 

This will be submitted in Sept. 16, 2014 meeting for approval.

 

Work session was closed at 7:47 p.m.

 

 

Adjournment – Work Session

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Submitted by/

Jessi Hoffman

City Clerk

 

 

 

August 19, 2014 City Council Meeting Agenda

 

 

 

AGENDA

Irrigon City Council Meeting

August 19, 2014 – 6:00 PM

Irrigon City Hall – 500 NE Main Avenue

                                                                 

 

 

 

1.             Call to Order/Pledge/Roll Call  - 6:00 p.m.

 

2.              Mayor’s Comments

 

3.             * Consent Agenda (The Consent Agenda allows the Council to approve all items together without discussion or individual motions.  Councilors can request an item be removed for later in the meeting and discussion)

 

    a. Approval of Minutes – July 15, 2014

              b. Staff Reports

                  i.   Finance Officer

                  ii.  Public Works

                  iii.  City Manager

              c. Accounts Payable

              d. Morrow County Sheriff Report

              e. Correspondence

 

4.       Public Comment – Maximum 5 minutes/person 

This is the time provided for individuals wishing to address the Council, at their discretion, regarding issues that are not    already on the agenda. Please sign-up on the clipboard.

 

5.        * OLCC License Renewals  

 

6.        * Ordinance No. 230-14 “Inland Franchise” (Second Read)

 

7.        * Ordinance No. 231-14 “Windwave Franchise” (Second Read)

 

8.        Items for Future Council Meetings

 

 

Adjournment – Regular Session       Next Regular Meeting Date – September 16, 2014 

 

 

 

WORK SESSION:  Immediately following the regular session

 

1.        Call to Order

 

2.        Mission – Vision – Goals

 

Adjournment – Work Session

 

* Denotes a motion and vote required.

If you would like to attend and need assistance, please phone Irrigon City Hall at 1.541.922.3047 or TTY relay 1.800.735.2900

Records Requests:  The public may request documents for review, as legally applicable.  A written request shall be submitted with a response in 5 business days of the time and cost for such public document request.  City will proceed upon written notice to proceed or disregard the request.

Click here for  City Council Information Packet for 8-19-14 Meeting

 

July 15, 2014 City Council Meeting Minutes

Minutes

Irrigon City Council Meeting

July 15, 2014 – 6:00 PM

Irrigon City Hall – 500 NE Main Avenue

1.  Call to Order, Roll Call and Pledge of Allegiance

Mayor Sam Heath called the meeting to order at 6:01 p.m.

Council members present: Christine Sorenson, Sam Heath, Margaret Anderson, Michelle Hagen, and Joe Theisen. Daren Strong and Ken Matlack had excused absences.

Staff present: City Manager Aaron Palmquist, City Clerk Jessi Hoffman, Public Works Director Keith White

Audience: Barb Huwe

2.  Mayor’s Comments

Mayor Heath wanted to thank the Chamber of Commerce and especially Christine Sorenson, for putting together a really nice basket to contribute to the silent auction fund raiser at the Oregon Mayor’s Association conference. The silent auction allows the community to showcase items specifically from their city/area, and it helps raise money for a local charity in the host city, and raises funds for OMA scholarships.

Heath also reminded everyone that the Watermelon Festival is fast approaching.

Heath reminded everyone while out in these hot summer temperatures to hydrate before getting out in the heat. Check on your neighbors; keep your children and pets close and cool.

3.  Consent Agenda

Mayor Heath asked council for a motion to approve the Consent Agenda.

It was moved by Councilor Hagen and seconded by Councilor Anderson to approve and accept the Consent Agenda with all items as presented.

a. Approval of Minutes – June 17, 2014

b. Staff Reports

i. Finance Officer

ii. Public Works

iii. City Manager

c. Accounts Payable

d. Morrow County Sheriff Report

e. Correspondence

The motion passed unanimously.

4.  Public Comment

Barb Huwe reminded everyone to make sure and volunteer for the Watermelon Festival and the Irrigon Softball Tournament.

5.  *Resolution 14-09 “Extending Workers Compensation Coverage to City Volunteers”

Mayor Heath stated that this resolution extends worker’s compensation coverage to volunteers of the City of Irrigon including the City Council and Planning Commission. This resolution is updated annually, but the last one found was for the 2007-2008 year.

Councilor Thiesen made a motion to approve Resolution 14-09 which extends workers compensation   coverage to the Council and Planning Commission volunteers of the City of Irrigon. Councilor Hagen seconded. Motion passed unanimously.

6.  *Ordinance No. 228-14 “Updating the Transportation System Plan and Amending Comprehensive Plan and Development Code of the City of Irrigon” (Second Read)

Mayor Heath stated this is in regards to updating the Transportation System Plan & Amending the Comprehensive Plan and Development Code of the City of Irrigon.

Manager Palmquist read the second read for Ordinance No. 228-14 “Updating the Transportation System Plan and Amending Comprehensive Plan and Development Code of the City of Irrigon” by title.

Councilor Sorenson made a motion to accept the Second Read in regards to the updating the TSP & Amend the Comprehensive Plan and Development Code of the City of Irrigon. Councilor Thiesen seconded. Motion passes with three agree and one no(Councilor Anderson).

7.  *Local Government Personnel Institute (LGPI) – Cancelation of Membership

Mayor Heath stated we have LGPI, Staff put before the council recommending that the subscription is discontinued. The information in the bulletin highlights disciplinary results and litigation brought about in a union type atmosphere. Heath also stated it may be beneficial for that type of working atmosphere, however we have the CIS program that helps cities in such instances. Discontinuing this publication subscription to the city would save an annual amount of $586.00.

Councilor Anderson made a motion to discontinue the Local Government Personnel Institute publication to the City of Irrigon. Councilor Hagen seconded. Motion passes unanimously.

8. *Ordinance No. 229-14 “EOT Franchise” (Second Read)

Manager Palmquist read the second read for Ordinance No. 229-14 “EOT Franchise by title.

Councilor Sorenson made a motion to accept Ordinance No. 229-14 “EOT Franchise”. Councilor Anderson seconded. Motion passes unanimously.

9.  *Accepting and Closing Out the 2012 SCA Division Street Sidewalk Project

Mayor Heath states as you may recall there was an SCA grant from 2012 used on the Division Street Sidewalk Project outside City Hall this Summer. This has been completed and it is time to close out.

Public Works Keith White gave the Council an update on the 2012 SCA Division Street Sidewalk Project by stating that the project is finished.

Councilor Hagen motioned to accept and close out the 2012 SCA grant used for the Division Street Sidewalk Project. Councilor Theisen seconded. Motion passed unanimously.

10.  *Resolution 14-10 “2015 Special City Allotment (SCA) Grant Opportunity”

Mayor Heath stated Resolution 14-10 allows the City to apply for the 2015 SCA grant. Staff recommended approval. Several streets are in need of repair.

Public Works Director Keith White stated what ODOT is looking for in order to receive a SCA grant. Which is high density areas that need to be repaired such as Wyoming Street, California Street, and sections of Utah Street.

Councilor Hagen made a motion to move forward and apply for the 2015 SCA grant to be used on inadequate streets that are not part of the state highway system and that are in such condition deemed detrimental to safety. Councilor Anderson seconded. Motion passes unanimously.

11.  *Irrigon’s Top Legislative Priorities with LOC

Mayor Heath stated that the last item up for vote this evening is for the council to examine and decide what they would like to submit to the League of Oregon Cities as priorities from the City of Irrigon.

The last page should be marked with what you would like to submit to the LOC. Heath also stated that each councilor should weigh in with what they have marked. The item with the most recommendations will be voted on for final recommendation to LOC upon completion of this process.

Council discussed and weighed in on various items.

Councilor Anderson made a motion to accept items as followed for the final suggestions and submit to the LOC requesting them to consider the selections as Legislative Priorities. H.- Improve the fairness of how new and improved property is added to the tax roll. K.- Allow for price comparison when procuring architects and engineers. R.- Oppose Legislation preempting the ability of cities to manage and receive compensation for the use of a public ROW. V.- Support efforts to establish a program that would provide low-interest loan opportunities to address failing residential onsite septic systems. The new loan program would support repair and replacement of failing systems or conversion to a municipal wastewater system, if the conversion is at the request of the impacted municipality. Councilor Hagen seconded. Motion passed unanimously.

12. Items for Future Council Meetings

Mayor Heath stated this concluded the business on our agenda for tonight. Heath asked if there are any items recommended for future council meetings, and there was none at that time.

With no further business the meeting was adjourned.

The meeting was adjourned at 7:16 p.m.

Adjournment            Next Regular Meeting Date – August 19, 2014

 

 

Submitted by/

Jessi Hoffman

City Clerk

 

 

 

July 15, 2014 City Council Meeting Agenda

    

 

1.  Call to Order/Pledge/Roll Call

2.   Mayor’s Comments

3.  * Consent Agenda (The Consent Agenda allows the Council to approve all items together without discussion or individual motions.  Councilors can request an item be removed for later in the meeting and discussion)

a. Approval of Minutes – June 17, 2014

b. Staff Reports

i.   Finance Officer

ii.  Public Works

iii.  City Manager

c. Accounts Payable

d. Morrow County Sheriff Report

e. Correspondence

4.       Public Comment – Maximum 5 minutes/person

This is the time provided for individuals wishing to address the Council, at their discretion, regarding issues that are not    already on the agenda. Please sign-up on the clipboard.

5.        * Resolution 14-09 “Extending Workers Compensation Coverage to City Volunteers”

6.        * Ordinance No.  228-14 “Updating the Transportation System Plan and Amending Comprehensive Plan and Development  Code of the City of Irrigon” (Second Read)

7.        * Local Government Personnel Institute (LGIPI) – Cancelation of Membership

8.        * Ordinance No. 229-14 “EOT Franchise” (Second Read)

9.        * Accepting and Closing Out the 2012 SCA Division Street Sidewalk Project

10.      * Resolution 14-10 “2015 Special City Allotment (SCA) Grant Opportunity “

11.     * Irrigon’s Top Legislative Priorities with LOC

12.     Items for Future Council Meetings

 

 

Adjournment                                   Next Regular Meeting Date – August 19, 2014

 

Executive Session:  ORS 192.660 (2) (h) to consult with counsel concerning the legal rights and duties of a public body with regard to current litigation or litigation likely to be filed.

 

* Denotes a motion and vote required.

If you would like to attend and need assistance, please phone Irrigon City Hall at 1.541.922.3047 or TTY relay 1.800.735.2900

Records Requests:  The public may request documents for review, as legally applicable.  A written request shall be submitted with a response in 5 business days of the time and cost for such public document request.  City will proceed upon written notice to proceed or disregard the request.

Click here for  City Council Information Packet for July 15, 2015 meeting