agenda
city of laramie, wyoming
city council regular meeting
CITY HALL, COUNCIL CHAMBERS, 406 IVINSON AVE
TUESDAY, MAY 4, 2021, 6:30 PM
(VIA ZOOM MEETING)

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1.

CALL TO ORDER

2.

Pledge of Allegiance

3.

Roll Call

4.

Public Comment on Non-Agenda Items (Aggregate time limit 30 minutes)

(Limit of 3 minutes per speaker.)
5.

Consideration of Changes in Agenda and Setting the Agenda

A. MOTION BY ___, seconded by ___, that the following changes to the Agenda be approved:

B. MOTION BY ___, seconded by ___, that the Agenda be set as submitted or changed.  

6.

PROCLAMATIONS/PUBLIC HEARINGS/NOTIFICATIONS

6.A.

PROCLAMATIONS & PRESENTATIONS

6.A.i.

PROCLAMATION: National Service Recognition Day

6.B.

PUBLIC HEARING

6.B.i.

PUBLIC HEARING: Original Ordinance No. 2026, Amending LMC 5.09.615 Prohibited on Licensed Premises Underage Exceptions

6.C.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

7.

Disclosures by City Council Members

8.

Approval of Consent Agenda

Items listed on the Consent Agenda are considered to be routine and will be enacted by one motion in the form listed below. There will be no separate discussion of these items unless a Councilor so requests, in which case the item will be removed from the Consent Agenda and will be considered on the Regular Agenda.

MOTION BY ____, seconded by _____, that the Consent Agenda be approved and that each specific action on the Consent Agenda be approved as indicated.

9.

CONSENT AGENDA

9.A.

MINUTES: City Council Meeting Minutes from April 13 and April 20, 2021

Action: 
that Council approve the Minutes of the following City Council meetings: Regular Meeting and Public Hearing of April 20, 2021 and Special Meeting of April 13, 2021, and have them placed on file for public inspection. 
[Bartholomew, CC]
9.B.

MINUTES: Monolith Ranch Advisory Committee Minutes from January 14, 2021

Action:
move to acknowledge receipt of the Minutes from the Monolith Ranch Advisory Committee’s January 14, 2021 Regular Meeting and place them on file for public inspection.
[Webb, PW]
9.C.

CEMETERY DEEDS: Cemetery Deeds for April 16-30, 2021

Action:  
that the Cemetery Deeds for April 16-30, 2021 be accepted, and the Mayor and City Clerk be authorized to sign and have them recorded in the Office of the County Clerk.
[Feezer, ACM]
9.D.

VOUCHERS: April 2021

Action:  
that the following Resolution be adopted:  BE IT RESOLVED:  that all vouchers approved by the Finance Committee be allowed, warrants drawn on proper City funds in payment thereof, and the vouchers be placed on file in the Treasurer's Office subject to public inspection; and that Council authorize payment for the month-end payroll, light and gas charges, telephone charges, employee travel, other employee reimbursements, pay advances, refunds for City services, recording fees, postage, lease purchase and bond payments, self-funded employee health insurance claims, miscellaneous insurance claims,  Council-approved bid items, outside attorney fees, other consulting fees, before normal City Council approval on the first Tuesday of May. These expenditures are to be paid subject to audit by the City of Laramie Finance Department.   
[Brown, COO]
9.E.

REPORT: Acknowledgement of receipt of the 2020 Building Permit Report Executive Summary.

Action:
that the Laramie City Council acknowledge receipt of the 2020 Building Permit Report Executive Summary and place it on file for public inspection.
[Hoff, Code Administration/Feezer, ACM]
9.F.

AGREEMENT: Utility License with Albany County for 24" Waterline-North Side Tank

Action:
move to approve the submission of a Utility License Agreement to the Board of Commissioners of Albany County to allow a water main crossing under Roger Canyon Road, approve a weekly dispersion (Friday check) in the amount of $1,119.70, and authorize the Mayor and City Clerk to sign.
[Webb, PW]
9.G.

AGREEMENT: Utility License with Albany County for 12" Waterline-North Campus

Action:
move to approve the submission of a Utility License Agreement to the Board of Commissioners of Albany County to allow a water main crossing under Roger Canyon Road, approve a weekly dispersion (Friday check) in the amount of $1,247.50, and authorize the Mayor and City Clerk to sign.
[Webb, PW]
9.H.

MOU: MOU with County for Crime Victim Witness Services in Laramie Municipal Court.

Action: 
to approve the Memorandum of Understanding between the City and the County for Victim Witness Services for 2021-2022 and authorize an expenditure of $15,000 pursuant to the MOU and authorize the Mayor and Clerk to sign.
[Southard, CA]
9.I.

GRANT: Consideration of the Grant Agreement between the Wyoming Department of Agriculture and the City of Laramie, Wyoming for the award of an Emergency Insect Management Program Grant for the 2021 Mosquito Control Program.

Action:
that Council approve the Grant Agreement between the Wyoming Department of Agriculture and the City of Laramie, Wyoming for the award of an Emergency Insect Management Program Grant in the amount of $30,000.00 for the 2021 Mosquito Control Program and authorize the Mayor and Clerk to sign.
[Hunter, Parks/Feezer, ACM]


10.

REGULAR AGENDA

11.

Award of Bid for the 11th Street Priority Replacement

[Webb, PW]
12.

Amendment #1 to the Professional Services Agreement for Construction Services to the 11th Street Priority Replacement Project

[Webb, PW]
13.

Award of Bid for the Reynolds Sanitary Sewer – Phase 1 Project

[Webb, PW]
15.

Award of Bid for the 15th Street Reconstruction Project

[Webb, PW]
16.

Amendment #1 to the Professional Services Agreement for the 15th Street Reconstruction Design

[Webb, PW]
17.

Consideration of Award of Bid for the Scout Park Development Project to Big Huhnks Excavation, Inc. Laramie, WY.

[Feezer, ACM]
18.

Resolution 2021-31, Supporting the Nomination for the 2021 WAM Community Hero Award

[Jordan, CM]
19.

Original Ordinance No. 2026, Amending LMC 5.09.615- Prohibited on Licensed Premises Underage Exceptions

Second Reading. (Introduced by O'Doherty)
[Bartholomew, CC]
20.

Resolution 2021-32, Granting Authority to City Manager to Delay Implementation of Enrolled Ordinance No. 1778- Non-municipal Water

[Jordan, CM]
21.

Consideration of letter of support for the Sailors Solar Project on the Monolith Ranch.

[Feezer, ACM/Parkin, NRM]
22.

Original Ordinance No. 2025, amending the City of Laramie's official zoning map to zone a city block, Block 212, Original Laramie Final Plat, located at 710 Garfield Street as DC (Downtown Commercial) District within the City of Laramie.

Third and Final Reading. (Introduced by Summerville)
[Feezer, ACM; Teini, Planning Manager]

23.

Public Comments

(Please observe the time limit of three (3) minutes per speaker.)
24.

Consideration of future Council work session topics

25.

Adjourn to Executive Session regarding Litigation, WY § 16-4-405(a)(iii).