Town of Glenrock Meeting Minutes...

Town Council Meeting
Glenrock Town Hall
July 10, 2017

Mayor Frank called the public mtg. to order at 7:00PM. Jaime Reid, Clerk, informed council that the annual Liquor License Renewal Applications have been received, are correct and have been forwarded to the state. Being no questions or concerns from the public, the mtg. adjourned and the council mtg. commenced at 7:02PM. Mayor Frank led with the Pledge of Allegiance. All elected officials were in attendance. APPROVAL OF MINUTES: A motion to approve the minutes from the June 26th council mtg. and the June 28th 4th Budget Work Session was made by Councilman Dalgarn; seconded by Councilman Roumell. All in favor voting AYE – motion carried. COUNCIL REPORTS: Councilman Dalgarn announced a countywide fire ban that will be in effect from Aug.1st-Nov. MAYOR’S REPORT: Doug Frank – Big Muddy will avoid Town, generally, during its seismic study; and he read a press release on Sharps Rifle’s expansion to FL and continued business here in Glenrock. CLERK: Jaime Reid – Allocation Agreements have been sent out for signatures. TREASURER: Andrew Sibai – sales tax is still looking good and he will get a lease/purchase agreement re: the street sweeper. POLICE DEPARTMENT: Chief Hurd – introduced Officer Jim Olsen who is providing hand-to-hand combat training to the officers. PUBLIC WORKS: Randy Rumpler – the crew has been busy maintaining the town; Center, 4th & Platte St. project pre-bid took place on 6/29 and bids were opened on 7/8. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT: Kasey Drummond – gave an update on the AML subsidence project; she highlighted the work that Main St. has completed in 2016-17; she wants to apply for a TAP grant from WYDOT to help fund the Trails Master Plan; GEDC rec’d $25k from the County Commissioners for the S. Rec. arena; GEDC & the County Commissioners are splitting the cost of updating the Long Term Care Analysis; P&Z is proposing to annex S. Rec. into the Town; the next solar eclipse mtg. is 7/27 and 7/31; the asbestos inspection on the 2 motels is done and we are waiting on the final report; the demolition auction is 7/29; and Southern Fried is playing at Kimball Park on 8/18. A motion to adjourn into executive session to discuss real estate and potential litigation matters was made by Councilman Flynn at 7:40PM; seconded by Councilman Beer. All members voting AYE – motion carried. Executive session ended and the council meeting reconvened at 7:55PM. ITEMS FROM THE FLOOR: MaryKay Kindt – Jubilee Days: She will coordinate with the Chief about events planned. NEW BUSINESS: A motion to approve Glenrock Hotel Properties’ application to Converse County for a Catering/Malt Bev. Permit for the 8/18 WJRA event from 4pm-12am was made by Councilman Dalgarn; seconded by Councilman Beer. All in favor voting AYE, Mayor Frank abstains – motion carried. A motion to table Knotty Pines Open Container Application for Deer Creek Days until the next mtg. was made by Councilman Dalgarn; seconded by Councilman Beer. All in favor voting AYE – Councilman Flynn voting NAY – 4/1 motion carried. A motion to approve the Liquor License Renewal Applications as presented was made by Councilman Dalgarn; seconded by Councilman Beer. All in favor voting AYE, Mayor Frank abstains – motion carried. A motion to approve Ordinance No. 705 – Budget Amendment #1 for FY18 on 1st Reading was made by Councilman Dalgarn; seconded by Councilman Beer. All in favor voting AYE – motion carried. A motion to approve Resolution No. 2017-14 – awarding the Center, 4th & Platte St. project to Grizzly Excavating in the amount of $942,894. was made by Councilman Dalgarn; seconded by Councilman Beer. All in favor voting AYE – motion carried. A motion to approve Resolution 2017-15 – TAP Grant submission to WYDOT was made by Councilman Dalgarn; seconded by Councilman Beer. All in favor voting AYE – motion carried. Discussion about the WJRA/eclipse weekend at S. Rec: organized parking, designated camping for RV/tents, fees and security were discussed. Mayor Frank and the department heads will come up with a plan and present same at the next mtg. Paleon: Mayor Frank informed the public that progress is being made on the lease agreement and no action will be taken tonight. BILLS & CLAIMS: A motion to approve the Bills & Claims as presented was made by Councilman Roumell; seconded by Councilman Dalgarn. All in favor voting AYE – motion carried. ADJOURNMENT: 8:40PM. Jaime Reid, Town Clerk

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