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The regular meeting of the Glendive City Council was held Tuesday, September 6, 2016. Mayor Jerry Jimison called the meeting to order with the following Council members present: Avis Anderson, Doug Baker, Leon Baker, Rhett Coon, Mike Dryden, Betsey Hedrick, Clyde Mitchell and Gerald Reichert. Others present included: Treasurer Darci Saeman, Fire Chief George Lane, Director of Operations Kevin Dorwart, Police Chief Brad Mitchell, Public Works Director Jack Rice and Recreation Director Dean Svenvold. Anthony Varriano from the Ranger-Review was present; along with, numerous members of the public.
Mayor Jimison opened the Council meeting at 7:00 p.m. with the reciting of the Pledge of Allegiance.
Reichert moved to approve the minutes of the August 16, 2016 regular Council meeting; second by L. Baker and the motion passed.
OLD BUSINESS

City of Glendive - Ordinance Committee

Aug. 22, 2016-- 4 PM

Members present: Mayor, L Baker, D Baker, & C Mitchell


Others: Fire Chief Lane, Jason Stewart (ranger review) Jerry Geiger, Jack Rice

Agenda:


  1. Proposed Ordinance 02-2016- Drafted Ord 02-2016 was discussed and examined by committee concerning the parking lot at 100 N. Merrill. Committee and City attorney approves of the following changes to 6-1-3 C & D as follows.

C. has a name change from McDonalds to Doc & Eddy’s Casino.

D. has been added with restrictions 1-4.


  1. Cars and light trucks only with light trucks not to exceed load rating in access of one ton.

2. Trucks in excess of one (1) ton load rating will be allowed for unloading with a thirty (30) minute time limit. ( to allow for UPS, freight and other unloading for merchants in that area)

3. Parking time limit of five (5) days. (same as city street time limits)

4. No trailers of any type allowed. (to avoid trailer storage by residents)

Action: Committee recommends council approval of Ord. 02-2016


  1. Jerry Geiger request for Ordinance enforcement

No Action: Jerry Geiger requested that all ordinances be enforced and to hire a person to enforce them and commit 15 mills (approx. $114,000) of the budget toward enforcement personnel. Fire chief Lane asked Mr. Geiger what ordinances are not being enforced and give an example. Mr. Geiger said sidewalks, trees & scrubs. L Baker asked Mr. Geiger if he would be willing to be that code enforcement officer as a contract laborer. Mr. Geiger was reluctant to commit.
Public Comment: No public comment

Adjourned: 4:16PM



ORDINANCE NO. 02-2016
AN ORDINANCE CORRECTING LINE C AND ADDING LINE D TO TITLE 6 CHAPTER 1- 3 : ENFORCEMENT OF TRAFFIC LAWS IN CERTAIN PRIVATELY OWNED PARTS OF CITY OF GLENDIVE

THAT LINE C & D READ AS FOLLOWS:

6-1-3: ENFORCEMENT OF TRAFFIC LAWS IN CERTAIN PRIVATELY OWNED PARTS OF CITY:


Officials for the city are authorized to enforce all traffic laws, including those enacted by Montana state statute as well as those enacted by Glendive city ordinance, in the following privately owned parts of the city:

A. Casitas Del Rio mobile home park in west Glendive.

B. Glendive Plaza in west Glendive.
C. West Plaza Shopping Center, including parking lots owned by and adjacent to Doc & Eddy’s Casino. (Ord. 01-2003, 5-20-2003)

D. City leased parking lot located at 100 block of North Merrill Ave. with the following restrictions.


  1. Cars and light trucks only with light trucks not to exceed load rating in access of one ton.

  2. Trucks in excess of one(1) ton load rating will be allowed for unloading with a thirty (30) minute time limit.

  3. Parking time limit of five (5) days.

  4. No trailers of any type allowed.


APPROVED AND RATIFIED by the City Council at the 1st reading and signed by the

Mayor on


The 20th day of Sept. 2016.


Mayor

ATTEST:


Director of Operations


DRAFT



City of Glendive - Personnel Committee

August 22, 2016 4:17 pm

Members present: Mayor, D. Baker, L. Baker, Clyde Mitchell.

Others: Chief Lane, Jack Rice, Pete Leath, Jerome Geiger, Jason Stuart Ranger Review.


Agenda

1. Resignation from Public Works Dept.
Public Works Director Jack Rice presented the committee with Dan Roznowski letter of resignation.

Action: Committee recommends accepting resignation of Dan Roznowski.


2. Resignation from Glendive Police Dept.
Mayor informed committee of Josh Krielus resignation.

Action: Committee recommends accepting resignation of Josh Krielus.


3. Request to advertise for Patrolman position and also advertise for Sargent or Lieutenant for GPD.
GPD would like to advertise for Patrolman position also GPD would like to advertise for mid- level position of either Sargent or Lieutenant.

Action: Committee recommends allowing GPD permission to advertise for Patrolman and Sargent or Lieutenant.


4. Request to advertise for Public Works Utility Worker.
Public Works Director Jack Rice asked permission to advertise for Utility Worker.

Action: Committee recommends allowing Public Works to advertise for Utility Worker.


5. Jerry Geiger-Ordinance enforcement.
Jerry Geiger asked the committee to advertise for Ordinance Officer and Secretary.

Action: FYI.


6. Interview two candidates for part paid Volunteer Firefighter positions.
Committee interviewed two candidates for part paid Volunteer Firefighter positions.

Action: Committee recommends hiring Shane Macioroski and Ian Francis pending passing of their background checks and fire department testing.


7. Closed meeting for personnel discussion.

City of Glendive - Personnel Committee

August 22, 2016

Members present: D. Baker, L. Baker, Betsey Hedrick, Clyde Mitchell.

Others: Kevin Dorwart, Randy Olinger, Cory Johnson.


Agenda

1. Union Negotiations with IAFF 2242
Committee met with members of IAFF 2242 for negotiations on a new two year contract. Both sides came to a tentative agreement pending ratification from the full council and IAFF 2242.
Action: Committee recommends council approving contract.

Submitted by Doug Baker Ward III


City of Glendive - Personnel Committee

August 30, 2016

Members present: Mayor, D. Baker, L. Baker, Betsey Hedrick, Clyde Mitchell.

Others: Kevin Dorwart, Josh Jensen, Susie Frank, Alex Hibbert, Jacob Martin, Christopher Schmidt.


Agenda

1. Union Negotiations with AFSCME 853

Committee met with members of AFSCME 853 for negotiations on a new two year contract. Both sides came to a tentative agreement pending ratification from the full council and AFSCME 853.


Action: Committee recommends council approving contract.

Submitted by Doug Baker Ward III

PUBLIC COMMENT

Mayor Jimison asked three times if there were any members of the audience who would like to approach the Council. No one came forward.


NEW BUSINESS

Accept resignation of Dan Roznowski from Public Works effective 08/26/16 – Anderson moved to accept the resignation of Dan Roznowski from Public Works effective 08/26/16; second by Mitchell. Rice added that Dan worked for the City for about two years and was a good employee. He got a job with his old employer and will be moving to Savage and Rice wished him well. The motion passed.
Accept resignation of Josh Kreilaus from Police Department effective 08/17/16 – D. Baker moved to accept the resignation of Josh Kreilaus from Police Department effective 08/17/16; second by L. Baker and the motion passed.
Accept resignation of Karilyn Gifford from Police Department effective 09/08/16 – Anderson moved to accept resignation of Karilyn Gifford from Police Department effective 09/08/16; second by Hedrick. Chief Mitchell added that Officer Gifford is a good officer and she will be missed. He wishes her well. The motion passed.
Permission for Public Works to advertise for Utility Worker effective 09/07/16 – Mitchell moved to give permission for Public Works to advertise for Utility Worker effective 09/07/16; second by L. Baker and the motion passed.
Permission for Police to advertise for Patrol Officer Position effective immediately – D. Baker moved to give permission for Police to advertise for Patrol Officer Position effective immediately; second by Coon. Chief Mitchell added the Patrol Officer position needs to be filled immediately. He already has one or two applications. The motion passed.
Permission for Police Department to advertise for Lieutenant Position effective 09/07/16 – Hedrick moved to give permission for Police Department to advertise for Lieutenant Position effective 09/07/16; second by L. Baker. Chief Mitchell stated he has a good, but young crew and needs to fill the middle positions. This will give young officers experience and will take the load off of administration. Anderson asked if any incentives are given to lure people to apply. Mayor Jimison stated that Department Head can offer a higher wage if they feel it is necessary. The motion passed.
Approve hiring Shane Macioroski as part-paid firefighter effective 09/01/16 pending background check – Coon moved to approve hiring Shane Macioroski as part-paid firefighter effective 09/01/16 pending background check; second by D. Baker. Chief Lane stated that Shane still has to go through the Firefighter testing, also. The motion passed.
Approve hiring Ian Francis as part-paid firefighter effective 09/01/16 pending background check –

Hedrick moved to approve hiring Ian Francis as part-paid firefighter effective 09/01/16 pending background check; second by Coon. Chief Lane that Ian has to also pass the written & physical agility test; along with the background check. He added that he is down to about 10 part-paid firefighters and has room for 30. The most he has seen since starting with the City of Glendive is 24. The motion passed.


Approve Resolution #2966 – Adopting Final Budget for 2016-2017 – Dryden moved to approve Resolution #2966 – Adopting Final Budget for 2016-2017; second by L. Baker and the motion passed.
Approve Resolution #2967 – Determining Tax Levy – L. Baker moved to approve Resolution #2967 – Determining Tax Levy; second by Dryden and the motion passed.
Approve Resolution #2968 – Permissive Mill Levy for premium contributions for group benefits – Anderson moved to approve Resolution #2968 – Permissive Mill Levy for premium contributions for group benefits; second by Dryden and the motion passed.
Approve Resolution #2969 – Sid Lighting Districts – Coon moved to Approve Resolution #2969 – Sid Lighting Districts; second by Hedrick and the motion passed.

Approve Resolution #2970 – Sprinkling Districts – D. Baker moved to approve Resolution #2970 – Sprinkling Districts; second by L. Baker and the motion passed.
Approve Resolution #2971 – Sidewalk, Curb & Gutter – Mitchell moved to Approve Resolution #2971 – Sidewalk, Curb & Gutter; second by Hedrick and the motion passed.
Approve Resolution #2972 – Setting Garbage Assessments – Anderson moved to Approve Resolution #2972 – Setting Garbage Assessments; second by L. Baker and the motion passed.
Approve Ordinance amendment for #02-2016 and place on September 20, 2016 agenda for First reading – L. Baker moved to Approve Ordinance amendment for #02-2016 and place on September 20, 2016 agenda for First reading; second by Reichert. Anderson asked if the Ordinance will be posted anywhere. Mayor Jimison and Rice both agreed that a sign can be made and put in the parking lot so people are aware of the rules and regulations governing the City parking lot. Chief Lane requested that Part C be changed to read the addresses; instead of business names, since the City is charged on a per page basis for any changes made to Ordinances. Mayor Jimison stated it is up the Council. Both Dryden and Rice stated they agree with Chief Lane and Rice said he will double check on the McDonald’s address so it reads correctly in Part C. Dryden asked if the council should wait two weeks to approve the Ordinance. Mayor Jimison stated the motion is just approving the date for the first reading; that’s why the Ordinance still says “Draft” on it. If this motion is approved, the Ordinance, with requested changes, will be read at the September 20th meeting. The motion passed.
Approve tentative agreement for 2-year contract with AFSCME 853 – D. Baker moved to approve tentative agreement for 2-year contract with AFSCME 853; second by Hedrick and the motion passed.
Approve tentative agreement for 2- year contract with IAFF 2242 – Coon moved to approve tentative agreement for 2- year contract with IAFF 2242; second by D. Baker. The motion passed.
Accounts Payable Claims: $136,104.10 Coon moved to approve accounts payable claims in the amount of $136,104.10; second by Hedrick and the motion passed.
Payroll for August: $261,348.01 - Dryden moved to approve payroll for August in the amount of $261,348.01; second by L. Baker and the motion passed.
DEPARTMENT HEAD COMMENTS

Police – Police Chief Mitchell stated his department has been very busy between school and assorted activities. He is about to be short staffed as two officers are gone and Mills leaves for the Academy within a week.
Operations – Dorwart is finished up with the budget and also with negotiations and added the WRRF bond closing may be post poned.
Public Works – Rice went from working on his budget to working on assessments. He sent two of his guys to water main break training and the summer help have all cross walks, handicap spots and parking lot striping painted. High Country Paving plans on starting the paving project on September 19th, hydrant flushing is planned for September and Pete is doing water sampling.

Fire – Chief Lane stated he has a house fire that is still under investigation as arson. On the building side, he has been busy with the concession stand project at the high school and building permits for small garages.
Recreation – Recreation Director Svenvold reported the pool is closed for the year and the Splash Park is still open, but will close if the weather doesn’t warm up. There are currently 262 kids enrolled in soccer so he and Jacquie are busy working on the schedules and getting the fields ready.
MAYOR’S COMMENTS

09/10 - Boys & Girls Club Block Party – Bell Street

09/11 - Bell Street Bridge Day – Eyer Park

09/16 – DCHS Homecoming Parade @ 1:00 pm & DCHS Homecoming FB game @ 7:00 pm

09/17 - Cancer Awareness – Hike for Hope

09/17 – Makoshika Promotions Demo Derby – 5:00 pm


COMMITTEE MEETINGS

Personnel Committee – Mon., Sept. 12th – 5:00 pm

Street Committee – Wed., Sept. 14th - 4:00 pm

F/U/P/R Committee – Wed., Sept. 14th – 4:15 pm


DEPARTMENT REPORTS

City Court – August 2016


OTHER BUSINESS

G. Reichert made a motion to adjourn the meeting; second by Coon and the meeting was adjourned.


Dated this 6th day of September, 2016.

Approved the 20th day of September, 2016.

___________________________________

Jerry Jimison, Mayor



ATTEST:

________________________________



Darci Saeman, Treasurer

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