AGENDA
CITY OF LARAMIE, WYOMING
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
CITY HALL, COUNCIL CHAMBERS, 406 IVINSON AVE
JULY 7, 2020, 6:30 pm

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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.B.

PUBLIC HEARING

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 Meetings Minutes from June 9, 16, and 30, 2020

Action: 
that Council approve the Minutes of the following City Council meeting: Regular Meeting  of June 16, 2020, Public Hearings from June 9 and June 16, and Special Meetings of June 9 and June 30, 2020, and have them placed on file for public inspection. 
[Bartholomew, CC]
9.B.

CEMETERY DEEDS: Cemetery Deeds for June 16-30, 2020

Action:  
that the Cemetery Deeds for June 16-30, 2020 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.C.

VOUCHERS: June 2020

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 July. These expenditures are to be paid subject to audit by the City of Laramie Finance Department.   
[Brown, COO]
9.D.

LICENSE: Temporary Use of Microbrewery Permit No. M-8 Bond's Brewing Company, LLC in Centennial, WY on July 11, 2020

Action: 
that City Council grant permission to Bond’s Brewing Company, LLC dba Bond’s Brewing, to file an application for a malt beverage permit with Albany County Commissioners to locate their license at 2747 WY-130 in front of Mountain View Hotel, Centennial, Wyoming, on July 11, 2020 from 12:00 pm to 7:00 pm for a fundraiser event for the Centennial Valley VFD and Search and Rescue.
[Bartholomew, CC]
9.E.

LICENSE: Temporary use of Retail License No. 2 High Elevation Investments LLC in Centennial, WY on July 11, 2020

Action:
That City Council grant permission to High Elevation Investments, LLC dba Mulligans Pub, to file an application for an alcohol catering permit with Albany County Commissioners to locate their license at 74 Centennial Valley Rd., Centennial, Wyoming, on July 11, 2020 from 5:30 pm to 11:30 pm for Blaze Hammaker Wedding.
[Bartholomew, CC]

9.F.

LICENSE: New Floor Plan for Right of Way Encroachment for Retail Liquor License No. 11, Sweet Melissa’s Inc.

Action: 
that City Council acknowledge the receipt and approval of a new floor plan for Right-of-Way Encroachment for Retail Liquor License No. 11, Sweet Melissa’s Inc dba Sweet Melissa’s to include the portion of sidewalk included in the Right of Way application contingent upon final review/approval of Right of Way Encroachment for Business permit.  
[Bartholomew, CC]

9.G.

AGREEMENT: Operational Agreement Between the City of Laramie and Albany County Fire District No. 1

Action:
That Council approves the Operational Agreement between the City of Laramie and Albany County Fire District No. 1 beginning July 1, 2020; in the amount of Ninety Thousand Dollars ($90,000.00); and authorize the Mayor and City Clerk to sign.
[Johnson, Fire Chief]
9.H.

RESOLUTION: Resolution 2020-39, Amending Fee Schedule for Public Record Requests

Action: 
to approve Resolution 2020-39, amending the established fee schedule for all requests for public documents, and authorize the Mayor and Clerk to sign.
[Bartholomew, CC]
9.I.

RESOLUTION: Resolution 2020-40, to Appoint Three Members to the Albany County Tourism Joint Powers Board

Action: 
to approve Resolution 2020-40, to appoint two board members Rebecca Walsh and Tessa Cedillo to the Albany County Tourism Joint Powers Board for a term expiring June 30, 2022, and appoint Kaley Holyfield to a remainder of a term to expire June 30, 2021, and authorize the Mayor and Clerk to sign.
[Bartholomew, CC]
9.J.

ORDINANCE: Original Ordinance No. 2014, amending Title 15 of the Laramie Municipal Code for the purposes of updating definitions, uses, dimensions and design standards in city code as a standard practice

Third and Final Reading. (Introduction by Shuster)
Action:
Move to approve Original Ordinance No. 2014 as recommended by the Planning Commission, on third and final reading, in accordance with findings of fact and conclusions of law.
[Feezer, ACM]
9.K.

SCHEDULE MEETINGS:

Action:
that Council schedule the following meeting(s):
1. July 14, 2020, 6:00 pm - WORK SESSION: AEM Presentation by UW
2. July 21, 2020, 6:30 pm – PUBLIC HEARING: Original Ordinance No. 2011, amending various sections of Title 8 and Title 12 of Laramie Municipal Code regarding nuisance regulations and snow removal regulations. [Feezer, ACM]
3. July 21, 2020, 6:30 pm – PUBLIC HEARING: Original Ordinance No. 2016, amending various sections of Title 15.08 and 15.14 of Laramie Municipal Code regarding Downtown Commercial Zoning District regulations.
4. July 28, 2020, 6:00 p.m. – WORK SESSION: Abstention Policy for Boards and Commissions
5. August 25, 2020, 6:00 p.m. – WORK SESSION: Wenck Nitrate Loading Study
10.

REGULAR AGENDA

11.

Fee for Service Contract with the Laramie Chamber Business Alliance

[Jordan, CM]
12.

Fee for Service Contract for Laramie Main Street Alliance

[Jordan, CM]
13.

Fee for Service Contract with the Laramie Regional Airport

[Jordan, CM]
15.

Award of Bid for the 9th Street Reconstruction Project

[Webb, PW]
17.

Resolution 2020-42, Expressing Appreciation to the City of Cheyenne for Assistance and Support Extended to the City of Laramie to Mitigate Effects of Snowstorm on June 8th

[Jordan, CM]
18.

Original Ordinance No. 2015, to prevent the development and use of nonmunicipal water within Laramie's corporate limits.

Introduction and First Reading 
[Southard, CA]


19.

Consideration of a Memorandum of Understanding with Rocky Mountain Power for a Blue Sky award in an amount not to exceed $120,000 to help fund the installation of solar arrays at the Laramie Community Recreation and Ice and Event Centers.

[Feezer, ACM]
20.

Original Ordinance No. 2011, amending Laramie Municipal Code, 12.08.020 – Snow, ice and debris and Title 8.32 – Nuisances

Introduction and First Reading
[Feezer, ACM]
21.

Original Ordinance No. 2016, amending various sections of Title 15.08 and 15.14 of Laramie Municipal Code regarding Downtown Commercial Zoning District regulations.

Introduction and First Reading
[Feezer, ACM]
22.

Original Ordinance No. 2010, Amending Chapter 12.60.050 of Laramie Municipal Code Related to Special Event Permits Parade Requirements

[Jordan, CM]
23.

Public Comments on Non-Agenda Items

(Members of the public may address the City Council on items not on the printed Agenda. Please observe the time limit of three (3) minutes.)
24.

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