GR LOGO         CITY COUNCIL AGENDA
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I.
7:00PM Call to Order: April 16, 2019 Council
II.
Pledge of Allegiance
III.
Approval of Agenda
IV.
Presentations
A.
Certificate of Recognition of Aaron Slaton
B.
Suicide Bereavement Support Group
C.
URA/Main Street Update
V.
Citizen Requests and Other Communications
Now is the appropriate time for citizens in the audience to be recognized and to speak on items both on the agenda and of general concern for them as citizens of Green River. There will be a limit of three (3) minutes for each individual and five (5) minutes for a group spokesperson. No speaker shall speak more than twice on any issue.
VI.
Ordinances
A.
Consideration on Second Reading an Ordinance Amending Chapter 18, Section 18-86 Gambling
The City Prosecutor and the Green River Police Department are recommending the amendments to this ordinance to remedy the current outdated ordinance and conform with the State Statute.

Suggested Motion: I move to approve on second reading the amendments to Chapter 18, Section 18-86 Gambling of the City of Green River Code of Ordinances.
VII.
Resolutions
A.
Consideration of a Resolution Approving Amendment One to the Lincoln School Addition, Tracts B and C Purchase and Development Agreement
On April 17, 2018, the City entered into a Purchase and Development Agreement with New Peak Construction, LLC for the purchase and residential subdivision development of Tracts B and C of the Lincoln School Addition.  Within the agreement, it was required that the final plat of the subdivision be approved by the City Council within twelve months from the execution of the agreement, therefore, expiring on April 17, 2019. 

On April 8, 2019, New Peak Construction Company, LLC submitted a written request for an amendment to the Purchase and Development Agreement to allow for a one-year extension for the approval of the Final Plat due to unforeseen circumstances.

Suggested Motion:  I move to approve the Resolution granting and authorizing the execution of Amendment One to the Purchase and Development Agreement with New Peak Construction Company, LLC to allow for a one-year extension to receive subdivision final plat approval, expiring on April 17, 2020. 
B.
Consideration of a Resolution Amending the City of Green River’s Classification Plan for Fiscal Year 2019.
As our Summer Day Camp program continues to grow, the Recreation Programs Supervisor operating that program has requested a part-time position to specifically assist with the planning, coordinating, and operation of the program in its entirety.  This position was included in the mid-year budget resolution approved by Council on February 19, 2019.  

Suggested Motion:  I move to approve the Resolution amending the City of Green River's Classification Plan for FY19 by adding the part-time position of Summer Day Camp Coordinator.
Documents:
  1. Agenda CP.pdf
VIII.
Council Action Items
A.
Consideration to Approve an Agreement with S2O Design and Engineering
To enter into an agreement with S20 Design and Engineering for consulting services in regards to the two river drop structures. The service will evaluate the current status and receive proposals for conceptional designs solutions.

Suggested Motion:
I move to enter into a consulting agreement with S2O Design and Engineering, in the amount of $12,700 for consulting services for the two river drop structures.
B.
Consideration to Award Bid for the 2019 Slurry Seal Project to Morgan Pavement Maintenance
Funding is available in the 2018-19 budget to perform a Slurry Seal Project on Green River City Streets. Bids were opened on March 27, 2019 with four Bids received as shown on the Bid Tabulation. Three Bids were over the budgeted amount and one was within the budget amount from Morgan Pavement Maintenance for a total amount of $129,888. 

Suggested Motion: I move to award the 2019 Slurry Seal Project to Morgan Pavement Maintenance, in the amount of $129,888 and authorize the Mayor to sign the Agreement.
C.
Consideration to Approve a Representation Agreement with Charles L. Barnum and Rick Koehmstedt
There is a national opiate epidemic that has now infiltrated Wyoming as a whole, primarily affecting the I-80 corridor including the City of Green River. Although Wyoming is a small sate by population we average 16.9 opiate related deaths per every 100,000 residents. This amounts to approximately 100 opioid related deaths per year. The number is more stark when those losses are sustained from three (3) of the twenty-three counties – Laramie, Natrona and Sweetwater. Further, in 2015 there were 383,000 prescriptions for opioids written by licensed providers which was 65% of the Wyoming population.

Suggested Motion: I move to approve the representation agreement with Charles L. Barnum and Rick Koehmstedt to represent the City of Green River in the investigating, handling, presentation and settlement of any and all claims which the client may have as a result of the event described above and to institute any and all litigation necessary or advisable in the attorney’s sole discretion to resolve the client claim.
IX.
Consent Agenda
A.
Approval of a Temporary Workspace Agreement and a 45 Day Landowner Waiver from Colorado Interstate Gas Company

Suggested Motion: I move to approve the request from Colorado Interstate Gas Company and authorize the Mayor to sign the Temporary Workspace Agreement and 45 Day Landowner Waiver.
B.
APPROVAL OF A CONTRACT FOR CUSTODIAL SERVICES WITH CASTLE CLEANING

Suggested Motion
: I move to approve the Contract for Custodial Services with Castle Cleaning, in the amount of $60,000 for cleaning services at the Recreation Center, pending legal approval.
C.
Approval of Minutes for:
C.i.
March 19, 2019 Council
C.ii.
March 26, 2019 Workshop
C.iii.
April 2, 2019 Council
D.
Approval of Payment of Bills:
D.i.
Prepaid Invoices - $183,037.25
D.ii.
Outstanding Invoices - $168,068.70
D.iii.
Payroll Expenditures - $290,688.58
Documents:
  1. 4-16-19 Payroll.pdf
D.iv.
Preauthorization Payments - $1,065,000.00
X.
City Administrator's Report
XI.
City Attorney's Report
XII.
Mayor and Council Board Updates & Reports
XIII.
Executive Session
XIV.
Adjournment