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18 I The Lovell Chronicle I July 29, 2010 www. LovellCh ronicle.com Lovell Town Council minute5. ]ulv 20. 20t 0 Frannie Liquor License Renewal not/ce MINUTES OF THE TOWN COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING HELD sending the delinquent notice on the 10"~ of the month as a reminder FRANNIE LIQUOR LICENSE RENEWAL JULY 20, 2010 AT 7:00 P.M. AT LOVELL TOWN HALL. but wait to accrue the $20.00 late fee until after the 15~ of the month to better accommodate requests. Payment of the account balance Notice is hereby given that on the first of July, 2010, Ronald L. and r Present: Mayor Bruce Morrison, Council Members: Bdan Dickson, would be required before the shut offdate ofthe20t". Stephen Fowler Melanie L. Ellis filed an application for the renewal of a retail liquor Scott AIIred, Bruce Wolsey, Jodi Lindsay. Others present: Deputy expressed concerns he has received about the late fee on water bills license, in the office of the clerk of the Town of Frannie, VVY for the Clerk Valerie Beal, Ed AIIred, Jim Szlemko, Stephen Fowler, David and the current charges. CouncilmanAIIred explained the reason for following described place and room: Lot 4 of Block 1, Frannie, WY, a Peck. the fee was to encourage payment of the bills in a timely manner. A 21 ft x 18 ft room, in the east half of the building, and protests, if any, considerable number of customers were not paying on time leaving against the renewal of the retail liquor license will be heard at 7:00 With a quorum present, Mayor Morrison called the meeting to order thousands of dollars in outstanding bills unpaid each month. He p.m., Monday, August 2nd, in the Town meeting room at 311 Fifth Street, and led in the Pledge of Allegiance. explained the late fee was implemented by ordinance which was Frannie, WY. read and documented over a three month period of time to allow for I Discussion was held by Mayor and Council and the Mayoral public input. He also explained the charges on the bills for repayment Date: July1,2010 Candidates regarding the need for an administrator, filling the position of the bonds, voted on by the public, for the replacement of the water Brook Loyning ii temporarily until the end of the year and beginning the hiring process and sewer line project. The current charge is the amount originally Frannie Town Clerk ;, by advertising for the position. Duties of the administrator's position projected when the vote was approved. Rather than implementing !~ were also discussed. Scott AIIred made a motion to advertise for a the amount all at once rates have been increased to that amount Publish: July 8, 15, 22 & 29, 2010 temporary administrative assistant in the local newspaper with the over several years to allow citizens to adjust for it. Bruce Wolsey term of the job through December 2010. Second by Jodi Lindsay. made a motion to assess the late fee after the 15th of each month. All in favor. Motion passed. Second by Scott AIIred. All in favor. Motion passed. ML t.ing chanEe Discussion was held regarding the correction of information regarding the Clay Housing Subdivision. The required process for listing the lots with a realtor must still be finished. W.S. 15-1-112(b) was read by Deputy Clerk Beal explaining the process required before the lots can be listed. Mr. Szlemko suggested the real estate agents might get suggested floor plans from local contractors that would f~ well on the lots as ideas for potential buyers. Scctt AIIred made a motion to get the appraisal on the Clay Housing lots for the purpose of holding a public hearing and to send a request for proposal (RFP) to local realtors regarding listing the lots. Second by Jodi Lindsay. All in favor. Motion passed. Scott AIIred made a motion to take the Garfield Water line letter off the table for discussion. Second by Bruce Wolsey. All in favor. Motion passed. Mayor Morrison explained the necessary SLIB grant information had been received and inserted into the letter. The letter to USDA RD/Alana Cannon was read by the Mayor. He explained the line will run from Nevada Avenue across the hill to Garfield Avenue to improve water pressures and fire flows for residents on the south end of Garfield Avenue. Bruce Wolsey made a motion to authorize the Mayor to sign and send the letter. Second by Brian Dickson. All in favor. Motion passed. Discussion was held regarding the need to set a policy for use at the concession stand at the East Park. Councilman AIIred shared an example of a policy from Springettsbury Township found on the intemet. Councilman Wolsey expressed the need to communicate with the little league to get their input about using the facility for fund raisers. Discussion was held regarding adjusting the dates for accruing the late fee on past due utility accounts. It was suggested to continue Councilman Scott AIIred reported work on a draft letter addressing BIG HORN COUNTY WEED & PEST MEETING and outlining a plan for managing open buming by the Town is not finished yet. Once the draft is finished he will get it to Council for Big Horn County Weed & Pest monthly board meeting will be review. Mayor Morrison reported hoping to apply for an annual changed to August 3, 2010 @ 1 p.m. in the Big Horn County Weed permit each year that allows for the town to maintain and control & Pest building. burning through the plan being developed. Councilman Brian Dickson reported on a meeting with Engineer Rob Croft regarding the 300,000 Water Tank Project. He explained a delay in the start date and notice to proceed for Spiegel and Son may be necessary until next spring. Wilson Brothers Construction expressed ccncems of draining the tank for painting until they have completed more of the current water and sewer project. He explained Spiegel and Son are willing to work with the delay but expressed concern that costs may increase in painting materials and they have already incurred costs of around $3500 in preparation for the project. Mr. Croft will work with them regarding a pay request for current expenses. Bdan Dickson made a motion to allow contractor Spiegel & Son to delay the start of the Water Tank Recoating project until spring unless conditions change so they may proceed this fall based on recommendations of DOWL HKM engineers. Second by Bruce Wolsey. 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