May
30
4:00 pm16:00

Law Enforcement Contract Negotiations

  • City Hall

The City is participating in contract negotiations with the Gallatin County Sheriff.

Negotiations for contract extension and cost will be discussed.  The public is welcome to attend.


May
23
7:00 pm19:00

City Council

  • City Hall

AGENDA

I.      CALL to ORDER

II.    ROLL CALL

III.  PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

IV.    REMINDER TO PUBLIC THAT MEETING IS RECORDED

V.      PUBLIC COMMENTS/CONCERNS (not on the agenda)

VI.    CONSENT AGENDA

A.     Approval of Claim Paid Due to Timeliness:

a.  to Mail Utility Bills in the Amount of $160.92

b.  to Mail Various Vendors in the Amount of $16,712.81

c.  to Pay Great West Engineering for SRF Draw #23 and TSEP Draw #15 administration in the Amount of #877.00

B.     Approval of Claims per List(s)

C.     Approval of Meeting Minutes from April 25, 2017

D.     Approval to Sign Engagement Letter with Rudd & Company for the FY2017, FY2018 and FY2019 Audits

E.     Approval of Contract with Rudd & Company Notifying the Department of Administration of Audits for FY2017, FY2018 and FY2019

VII.  PUBLIC HEARINGS

VIII.    REPORT OF OFFICERS

IX.    REPORTS OF COUNCIL COMMITTEES

A.      Ordinance Committee Update – Increasing Number of Chicken Permits from 15 to 30

X.      UNFINISHED BUSINESS

A.      Wastewater Project

a)        TSEP Draw Request #18 in the amount of $6,514.20 and SRF Draw #26 in the amount of $21,701 for a grand total of $28,215.20

b)        Settlement Agreement with Smith Contracting, Inc.

B.     Water Project

C.     Public Hearing and Decision on the Approval of the Final Planned Unit Development (PUD) Application by Folkvord Investments, LLC to create Folkvord Subdivision.  This property is located at Block 3, Lot 2, Headwaters Addition (129 E Front) and would allow 10 lots and townhomes.

XI.    NEW BUSINESS

XII.  PUBLIC COMMENTS/CONCERNS (not on the agenda)

XIII.    MAYOR & COUNCIL ANNOUNCEMENTS

XIV.  AGENDA ITEMS FOR NEXT COUNCIL MEETING: 6/13/2017

·         Chamber request to utilize Milwaukee Park for Chamber Farmer’s Market through the 2017 Summer Season

XV.     ADJOURNMENT

May
9
5:45 pm17:45

Ordinance Committee

  • City Hall

AGENDA

1.                 Camping/parking ordinances with City Attorney

2.                 Chicken permits – possibility of increasing number of allowed permits

3.                 16 x 76 foot mobile home discussion

4.              Public comment on any item not on the agenda

May
1
7:00 pm19:00

Three Forks Rodeo & Event Center Board Meeting

Agenda

Rodeo Grounds Cook Shack, 7:00 p.m.                               

  1. Financials & Approval of Minutes

    1. Approval of last meeting minutes

    2. Presentation of Bills for Payment

  2. Old Business

    1. HS Rodeo Recap

    2. Electrical Pane breaker identification

    3. Contract Labor - Draft contracts for review by City Attorney

    4. Capital Projects/Purchases for 2017

    5. Bleachers (focus session - April 15 during work day?)

    6. Cookshack mods (new door)

    7. Cookshack equipment (new grill)

    8. Alley fence replace w/ welded pipe panels (Update from Larry)

    9. Black Widow groomer (Whobee report on performance)

    10. Roping chute replacement (Update from Rick)

    11. Arena fence repairs

    12. Donation box (Update from Rick)

  3. New Business

    1. Parma groomer status

    2. Transition finances to City

    3. NRA Rodeo July 14th & 15th

    4. Marketing - same plan as last year

    5. Mini-bulls/Mini Buckers

    6. Opening Ceremonies

  4. Adjourn

May
1
2:00 pm14:00

Fairview Cemetery Board Meeting

  • City Hall (Court Room)

AGENDA

1.   DISCUSS & SET BUDGET FY2018

2.   APPROVE CLAIMS PAID BY SECRETARY

3.   APPROVE/AMMEND MINUTES OF AUGUST 17, 2016

4.   ADDRESS ANY PUBLIC CONCERNS

5.   ADJOURN

Apr
25
7:00 pm19:00

City Council

  • City Hall

AGENDA

I.      CALL to ORDER

II.    ROLL CALL

III.  PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

IV.    REMINDER TO PUBLIC THAT MEETING IS RECORDED

V.      PUBLIC COMMENTS/CONCERNS (not on the agenda)

VI.    CONSENT AGENDA

A.     Approval of Claim paid due timeliness in the Amount of $117.00

B.     Approval of Claims per List(s)

C.     Approval of Meeting Minutes from April 11, 2017

D.     Approval of a 5-year Payment Agreement for Impact Fees between Ed Nave, Headwaters Area Food Bank and the City of Three Forks

VII.  PUBLIC HEARINGS

VIII.    REPORT OF OFFICERS

IX.    REPORTS OF COUNCIL COMMITTEES

X.      UNFINISHED BUSINESS

A.      Wastewater Project

B.      Water Project

C.      Decision to Send Letter to the Gallatin County Sheriff regarding Opening Negotiations of County Contract #2014-063 regarding Law Enforcement

XI.    NEW BUSINESS

A.     Board Appointment to the Board of Adjustments

B.     Notice of Bid Award to Knife River for the “Three Forks 2017 Chip Seal Project” in the Amount of $147,600.00

XII.  PUBLIC COMMENTS/CONCERNS (not on the agenda)

XIII.    MAYOR & COUNCIL ANNOUNCEMENTS

XIV.  AGENDA ITEMS FOR NEXT COUNCIL MEETING:

XV.     ADJOURNMENT

Apr
11
7:00 pm19:00

City Council

  • City Hall

AGENDA

I.      CALL to ORDER

II.    ROLL CALL

III.  PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

IV.    REMINDER TO PUBLIC THAT MEETING IS RECORDED

V.      PUBLIC COMMENTS/CONCERNS (not on the agenda)

VI.    CONSENT AGENDA

A.     Approval of Claim paid due timeliness to mail Utility Bills in the Amount of $159.17

B.     Approval of Claims per List(s)

C.     Approval of Meeting Minutes from March 28, 2017

D.     Approval of the Retention Agreement for the Actuarial Study for the Fire Relief Pension Fund in the Amount up to $2,000

E.     Approval of Pledged Securities report thru 3/31/17

VII.  PUBLIC HEARINGS

VIII.    REPORT OF OFFICERS

IX.    REPORTS OF COUNCIL COMMITTEES

X.      UNFINISHED BUSINESS

A.      Wastewater Project

a)    SRF Draw #25 in the Amount of $84,970, TSEP Draw #17 in the Amount of $566.10, and WRDA Draw #8 in the amount of $41.50

B.      Water Project

XI.    NEW BUSINESS

A.     Discussion and Decision on the Personnel Policy Updates per MMIA’s recommendations and State requirements

B.     Discussion Regarding Opening Negotiations for Law Enforcement Contract with Gallatin County

XII.  PUBLIC COMMENTS/CONCERNS (not on the agenda)

XIII.    MAYOR & COUNCIL ANNOUNCEMENTS

XIV.  AGENDA ITEMS FOR NEXT COUNCIL MEETING: 4/25/17

A.      Board Appointment to the Board of Adjustments

XV.     ADJOURNMENT

Apr
3
7:00 pm19:00

Headwaters Fair Board Meeting

  • Fairgrounds - Cookshack

Here are the draft minutes from March's meeting, up for review/approval at April's meeting:

Three Forks Rodeo Grounds Board

Minutes of Meeting March 6, 2017

 

A meeting was held this date in the conference room at IAC. Present were Chuck Wambeke, Casey Elmose, Gene Townsend, Mike Lane, Rick Moeykens, Matt Hussung and Secretary Christina Kamps. Guests  were Dick and Terrie Jo Lyman with Jacobs Livestock and Stephanie Labanowski with the Montana Stampede Riders Drill Team.

Dick & Terrie Jo were welcomed and commented that they just wanted to see if we were satisfied and if there was anything they could do different. Chuck commented that he thinks it’s going really well and it’s been helpful to meet in advance. There are some things we always think about during the event such as having a radio between crowsnest etc. Dick thought the new arrow pens worked really good. You can work calves with two less people. He also commented on the grounds saying “they’re as good of grounds as any small town anywhere in Montana.” He suggested we look at getting a new timed event chute and recommended a Priefert nosed front since cattle don’t start good out of the flat fronted chutes. Lyman’s asked for an increase on this year’s stock contract. He stated there has not been one since 2009. Asking for $1500 increase. Total $19,500.

There was discussion on running the mini bulls and Dick cautioned to be sure the insurance and paperwork was in line. He noted an event where he had an issue with the group running their finals during another event, allowing them to use the arena all without paying. Make sure that they have insurance. Due to space constraints in the pens, he suggested we could limit the number in the perf (which we do) Last year the mini bulls took up two pens. Dick also mentioned that they don’t have their own judges and the NRA judges don’t get paid extra for doing it. He feels that they are taking advantage of the situation, although he’s not opposed to what they are doing for the kids. Gene commented, “I’ve heard lots of good comments from spectators.”

Dick suggested a limit of 6 or 8 during the perf, Chuck thought 6 would be good since it would be loading bucking chutes to one time. Biggest thing is getting so crowded in them back pens. Limit number of head brought. 10 would fit in one pen.

The only other comment he had was that it's hard to feed big round bales in those pens. Would like to get squares if possible. Last year there were 5 rounds and 20 small squares.

Stephanie Labanowski spoke on behalf of the Montana Stampede Riders Drill Team. She said the group has been around 20 some odd year with 25% of their members living in Willow Creek. The group has performed at Gardiner, Townsend, Boulder etc. They are expanding this year –  doing parades, MSU Homecoming, Belgrade fall parade. She said some of the women came from Saddle-ites at some point – there is a lot of expertise. The try to distinguish themselves. Would like an opportunity to perform at one of the nights. Have a team willing to volunteer (say on the night not performing.) Three did volunteer last year. Stephanie is the treasurer and they do have their own insurance. Grand entry routine – keep flags for parade. Dick commented that he has a hard time breaking during the rodeo to have a performance, but starting - he appreciates it a lot. Outstanding to get started. When asked how many riders, Stephanie said there would be between 8 & 10 for a performance, more for the parade.

Chuck reported that we were thinking of continuing Friday night Family Night where kids get in free. Dick suggested reminding sponsors if we will do that again. We thought the boot race worked pretty well. Dick agreed it was easy and fast.

Rick had questions for Dick on the ground and about watering the night before. he wondered if that’s working out okay. Dick agreed that’s great. If we can start watering 2 days ahead to get moisture in the ground it makes it easier to have an event since we don’t have to water as much. Dick thought it was really good last year – Rick thinks best ever.

Christina asked a team roping again during the day on Saturday of the NRA rodeo. Dick is working on it and will let us know.

The guests were thanked for coming and were informed that we would get back to each. The financials were reviewed. Meeting minutes were not printed for the meeting, but were sent out prior.

New Business – HS Rodeo. We need to connect with a  liaison with the Chamber who coordinates activities outside the gate ilke ticket sales, admission, marketing and prize buckles. Chuck will be official liaison. Gene and Mike will do hamburger inventory and see if there is enough for HS Rodeo, if not Mike will talk to the KG Ranch. Gene reported on the status of the cookstove – probably can’t get parts for it anymore. He was leery of a gas grill, but Rob Norman says they’ve come a long way and would be able to fit one in there. Mike mentioned we have a 100# propane bottle that could be used again. Gene was concerned that with that size we may run out by the second night. For now, we can get by with the grill we have for the HS rodeo. Gene will continue to work with Rob to get a new one in place prior to the NRA rodeo.

The board discussed Ideas for offering something different than a hamburger at HS rodeo. Possibly Pizza by the slice with Stageline? Rick suggested using insulated cooler for hot chocolate. Gene liked the idea and will try that this year. Christina suggested pulled pork. Gene was hesitant to add too much that might require something else. Gene will contact Tara at Stageline.

Christina will contact Becky to arrange ambulance service. Need to have a work day. Looking at the 15th of April. Gene reported for Larry on the alley fence construction. Going to a place in Big Timber would be cheaper than Dillon on fence supplies. He also got a quote from Scott Sayers. His question was if we wanted him to build the panels and install or if we would have them made. We need 540’ to extend from the pump station to Oregon Street. Gene will get together with Larry for more information.

The next meeting is scheduled for April 3rd, 2017, 7 pm at the cookshack if weather permits. A work day is scheduled for Saturday, April 15th.

Mar
28
7:00 pm19:00

City Council

  • City Hall

AGENDA

I.      CALL to ORDER

II.    ROLL CALL

III.  PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

IV.    REMINDER TO PUBLIC THAT MEETING IS RECORDED

V.      PUBLIC COMMENTS/CONCERNS (not on the agenda)

VI.    CONSENT AGENDA

A.     Approval of Claim paid due timeliness to mail Utility Bills in the Amount of $

B.     Approval of Claims per List(s)

C.     Approval of Meeting Minutes from March 14, 2017

D.     Approval of Zoning and Planning Minutes from January 19, 2017

E.     Approval of Maintenance Agreement for one year with Copier Doctors for the Canon Image Runner in City Hall for $506.00

VII.  PUBLIC HEARINGS

VIII.    REPORT OF OFFICERS

IX.    REPORTS OF COUNCIL COMMITTEES

X.      UNFINISHED BUSINESS

A.      Wastewater Project

a)        Possible settlement agreement with Smith Contracting

B.      Water Project

XI.    NEW BUSINESS

A.     Public Hearing and Decision on the Approval of the Preliminary Planned Unit Development (PUD) Application by Folkvord Investments, LLC to create Folkvord Subdivision.  This is located at Block 3, Lot 2, Headwaters Addition (129 E Front) and would allow 10 lots and townhomes

B.     Public Hearing and Decision on the Approval of an Application by BBG Contractors to change zoning designation at Block 3, Lot 3C, Headwaters Addition (28 Railway) from General Industrial Transitional Zoning District to Central Business District

XII.  PUBLIC COMMENTS/CONCERNS (not on the agenda)

XIII.    MAYOR & COUNCIL ANNOUNCEMENTS

XIV.  AGENDA ITEMS FOR NEXT COUNCIL MEETING: 4/11/2017

A. Personnel Policy Changes

B. Board Appointment to the Board of Adjustment

XV.     ADJOURNMENT

Mar
16
4:00 pm16:00

Budget Committee

  • City Hall

The purpose of this meeting is to discuss the budget of the contract between the City and the Gallatin County Sheriff for law enforcement.

The public is welcome and encouraged to attend.

Mar
14
7:00 pm19:00

City Council

  • City Hall

AGENDA

I.      CALL to ORDER

II.    ROLL CALL

III.  PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

IV.    REMINDER TO PUBLIC THAT MEETING IS RECORDED

V.      PUBLIC COMMENTS/CONCERNS (not on the agenda)

VI.    CONSENT AGENDA

A.      Approval of Claim paid due timeliness to mail Utility Bills in the Amount of $175.21

B.      Approval of Claims per List(s)

C.      Approval of Meeting Minutes from February 28, 2017

VII.  PUBLIC HEARINGS

VIII.    REPORT OF OFFICERS

IX.    REPORTS OF COUNCIL COMMITTEES

X.      UNFINISHED BUSINESS

A.      Wastewater Project

1.        TSEP Draw #14 in the amount of $2,692.50, SRF Draw #24 in the amount of $9,461.00, and WRDA Draw #7 in the amount of $20,586.03 for a grand total of $32,739.53

B.      Water Project

1.        Award of Steel Tank bid

XI.    NEW BUSINESS

A.      Decision to Appoint Lucas Ralston to the position of Probationary Firefighter, pending successful completion of the background investigation

XII.  PUBLIC COMMENTS/CONCERNS (not on the agenda)

XIII.    MAYOR & COUNCIL ANNOUNCEMENTS

XIV.  AGENDA ITEMS FOR NEXT COUNCIL MEETING:

A.     Public Hearing and Decision on the Approval of the Preliminary Planned Unit Development (PUD) Application by Folkvord Investments, LLC to create Folkvord Subdivision.  This is located at 129 E Front

B.     Public Hearing and Decision on the Approval of an Application by BBG Contractors to change zoning designation at 28 Railway GI Transitional to CBD

XV.     ADJOURNMENT

Mar
8
4:15 pm16:15

Library Board of Directors Meeting

  • Library

1.  Call meeting to order, additions to agenda, introduction of guests, correspondence.

2.  Roll Call

3.  Approval of February Meeting minutes.

4.  Budget and Director’s report

5.  Unfinished business:          a. Bylaws and Policies that affect entering contract with nCenter

                                                b. Bozeman Safe and Lock

                                                c. Mobile Shelving Options

                                                d. Roof repair

                                                e. Other unfinished business

6. New business:                     a. Getting ready for 2017-2018 budget

                                                b. Other new business                            

7.  Set April meeting date and time.

Public comment is welcome at any time during Trustee meetings.  Please wait to be recognized by the Chair and keep your comments to three minutes.

Mar
6
7:00 pm19:00

Headwaters Fair Board Meeting

  • IAC Conference Room
  1. Welcome Guests

  1. Dick & Teri Jo Lyman
  2. Steffany Labanowski - mounted drill team
  1. Financials & Approval of Minutes

  1. Financial update - Executive Secretary
  2. Approval of last meeting minutes
  1. Old Business

  1. Annual Dinner, review & ideas for improving
  2. Electrical panel breaker identification
  3. Contract Labor - need to draft contracts for review by City Attorney
  4. Capital Projects/Purchases for 2017
  1. Bleachers
  2. Cookshack mods / Grill
  3. Alley fence repair
  4. Black Widow groomer
  5. Arena fence repairs
  6. Donation box
  1. New Business

  1. High School Rodeo April 29th & 30th

  1. Liaison with Chamber

  2. Ambulance Service

  3. Concessions

  4. Signage

  5. Work Day

  1. NRA Rodeo July 14th & 15th

  1. Stock Contract

  2. Clown Act - package auctioned at Chamber Dinner

  3. Mini-bulls/Mini Buckers

  4. Opening Ceremonies

  1. Adjourn

  1. Next meeting - 4/3/17, 7:00 @ Cookshack (weather permitting) or IAC
Feb
21
3:30 pm15:30

Water/Wastewater Committee Meeting

  • City Hall

The purpose of this meeting is to discuss completion items, DEQ permitting, backup heating system at the Headworks building, and mediation.

Public is welcome to attend and provide input.

Feb
15
4:15 pm16:15

Library Board Meeting

  • Library

BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETING AGENDA

1.  Call meeting to order, additions to agenda, introduction of guests, correspondence.

2.  Roll Call

3.  Approval of January minutes.

4.  Budget and Director’s report

5.  Unfinished business:          a. Bozeman Safe and Lock update

                                                b. Juvenile shelving update

                                                c. Other unfinished business

6. New business:                     a. Federation meeting

                                                b. Teen Advisory Board

                                                c. Employee evaluations

                                                d. Other new business                             

7.  Set March meeting date and time.

Public comment is welcome at any time during Trustee meetings.  Please wait to be recognized by the Chair and keep your comments to three minutes.

 

Feb
14
7:00 pm19:00

City Council Meeting

  • City Hall

AGENDA

I.      CALL to ORDER

II.     ROLL CALL

III.    PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

IV.    REMINDER TO PUBLIC THAT MEETING IS RECORDED

V.      PUBLIC COMMENTS/CONCERNS (not on the agenda)

VI.    CONSENT AGENDA

a)      Approval of Claims already paid due to mail Utility Bills in the amount of $158.93

b)      Approval of Claims paid due to timeliness in the amount of $636.00

c)      Approval of Claims per List(s)

d)      Approval of Meeting Minutes from January 24, 2017

e)      Approval to Allow the Mayor to Sign the ACH Agreement with Manhattan State Bank

f)      Approval of Privacy Policy for the City of Three Forks’ Website

g)      Approval of Service Agreements with TWEnterprises for Generator Servicing at both Lift Stations

h)      Approval of a 2-year Professional Services Contract with Gaston Engineering, Effective 2/14/17 – 2/14/19

VII.  PUBLIC HEARINGS

a)      Public Hearing and Decision on a Resolution Adopting the City of Three Forks Subdivision Regulations

b)      Public Hearing and Decision on a Conditional Use Permit for Folkvord Investments, LLC, to construct a multi-unit hotel  consisting of seven (7) Hotel Cottage Units in Central Business District

VIII.    REPORT OF OFFICERS

IX.    REPORTS OF COUNCIL COMMITTEES

X.      UNFINISHED BUSINESS

a)      Wastewater Project

          a)    SRF #23 in the Amount of $8,893.00, TSEP #15 in the Amount of $1,862.50, and WRDA #6 in the Amount of $3,456.75, Totaling $14,212.75

          b)    Approval of Change Order #2 with IAC, Inc. in the Amount of $5,347.89, for an Upgraded Temperature Transmitter Specific for Hazardous Areas, Installation and Wiring of, and Reprogramming the PLC to Incorporate the new Thermostat at its new Location

          c)    Approval of Change Order #3 with IAC, Inc. in the Amount of $14,405.89, to Install a RKI Gas Monitor to Detect Explosive Methane Gas Levels and Toxic Hydrogen Sulfide Conditions, Installation and Wiring of, and Reprogramming the PLC to Detect and Send Alarms

          d)    Approval of Change Order #4 with IAC, Inc. in the Amount of $1,000, to Supply an additional Tablet Computer for use with the Water/Wastewater SCADA System

b)      Water Project

c)      Discussion Regarding Fire Training Center

d)      Discussion and Decision on Audit Response Options to the Findings Regarding the Headwaters Fairgrounds Fund

e)      Transportation Alternative Grant Update

XI.    NEW BUSINESS

a)      Discussion and Decision Regarding Funding a Portion of the Annual Northern Rocky Mountain Economic Development Membership Fee, up to $1,000

XII.  PUBLIC COMMENTS/CONCERNS (not on the agenda)

XIII.    MAYOR & COUNCIL ANNOUNCEMENTS

XIV.  AGENDA ITEMS FOR NEXT COUNCIL MEETING: 2/28/2017

a)      FY15/16 Audit Report by Rudd & Co.

XV.     ADJOURNMENT

Jan
24
7:00 pm19:00

City Council Meeting

  • City Hall

I.      CALL to ORDER

II.    ROLL CALL

III.  PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

IV.    REMINDER TO PUBLIC THAT MEETING IS RECORDED

V.      PUBLIC COMMENTS/CONCERNS (not on the agenda)

VI.    CONSENT AGENDA

a)      Approval of Claims per List(s)

b)      Approval of Meeting Minutes from January 10, 2017

c)      Approval of Change Order #12 with Smith Contracting for additional piping ($1091.98), install lateral pipe hangars ($1194.85), delete grating anchor (-$919.84), adding 1 additional contract day, and reimbursement of the Northwestern Energy bill (-$5893.53), for a net change of -$4,526.54

d)    Approval of the Pledged Securities Report through 12/31/2016

VII.  PUBLIC HEARINGS

VIII.    REPORT OF OFFICERS

IX.    REPORTS OF COUNCIL COMMITTEES

X.      UNFINISHED BUSINESS

a)      Wastewater Project

b)      Water Project

c)      Fire Training Center/Old Dump Property Floodplain update

XI.    NEW BUSINESS

a)      Recognizing Boy Scouts of America’s 107th Anniversary, and Proclaiming February 5-11, 2017 as Scouting Anniversary Week in Three Forks, Montana

b)    Discussion and Approval of Grant Application by Five Rivers, Inc. for Improvements on Fish, Wildlife & Parks' Property which is Leased by the City (ponds) (Matt Weaver)

XII.  PUBLIC COMMENTS/CONCERNS (not on the agenda)

XIII.    MAYOR & COUNCIL ANNOUNCEMENTS

XIV.  AGENDA ITEMS FOR NEXT COUNCIL MEETING: 2/14/2017

a)      Public Hearing and Decision on a Resolution Adopting the City of Three Forks Subdivision Regulations

b)      Public Hearing and Decision on a Conditional Use Permit for Folkvord Investments, LLC, for a CUP for approval to construct a multi-unit hotel

XV.     ADJOURNMENT

Jan
24
1:00 pm13:00

Streets & Alleys Committee

  • County Attorney's Office

The purpose of this meeting is to discuss the possibility of transportation grants.

The public is welcome to attend and provide input.

Jan
19
7:00 pm19:00

Zoning & Planning Meeting

  • City Hall

AGENDA

I.      CALL to ORDER

II.    ROLL CALL

III.  REMINDER TO PUBLIC THAT MEETING IS RECORDED

IV.    PUBLIC COMMENTS/CONCERNS (not on the agenda)

V.      CONSENT AGENDA

A.     Approval of October 20, 2016 Meeting Minutes

VI.    PUBLIC HEARINGS

A. Public Hearing and Decision on a Conditional Use Permit for Folkvod Investments, LLC, for a CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT for approval to construct a multi-unit hotel. This would consist of seven (7) Hotel Cottage Units in central business district zoning. The property is located at Block 6, Lots 1 & 2, Three Forks Original Townsite, Plat D-18, also known as 19 East Ash St.

1.      Staff Report

2.      Applicant Testimony/Presentation

3.      Board Comments/Questions

4.      Public Comments

5.      Close Public Comment

6.      Applicant Rebuttal (if any)

7.      Board Discussion, Motion, Decision

VII.   ADJOURNMENT

Jan
17
4:00 pm16:00

Budget Committee Meeting

  • City Hall

The purpose of this meeting is to discuss the expenses of FY2016/2017 budget as of the second quarter.

 The public is welcome and encouraged to attend.