City minutes July 17, 2023


City Council Proceedings
July 17, 2023
The governing body of the City of Powell met in regular session at 6:00 p.m. on July 17, 2023, in the Council Chambers of City Hall. Mayor John Wetzel called the meeting to order, and the following were present: Mayor John Wetzel, Council Members Tim Sapp, Floyd Young, Zane Logan, Steven Lensegrav, Lesli Spencer and Geoff Hovivian. City Officials: City Administrator Zack Thorington and City Clerk Tiffany Brando. Approval of Agenda: Administrator Thorington requested to amend the agenda to add Park County Travel Council Bean Mill Mural Grant Agreement under administrative. Councilman Hovivian moved to approve the agenda as amended, seconded by Councilman Young, unanimous approval, MOTION CARRIED. Approval of July 3, 2023: Councilman Young moved to approve as presented, seconded by Councilwoman Spencer, unanimous approval, MOTION CARRIED. Bills and Claims: Mayor Wetzel abstained #41 and Councilman Sapp abstained #49. Councilman Lensegrav made a motion the bills be allowed and authorize the Treasurer to draw warrants for payment of the same, seconded by Councilman Hovivian, unanimous approval, MOTION CARRIED.
Community Garden Update: Kiyoko Hayano and Phillip Ellis gave a presentation on the community garden and future plans to make it more accessible. Committee Updates: Councilman Sapp Shoshone Municipal Pipeline and Councilman Lensegrav Rec Board. Ordinance No. 5, 2023: Administrator Thorington read by title only – An Ordinance Amending Section 17.36.060 of the Powell City Code Pertaining to and Reducing the Clear Area Vision Triangle From 55’ to 25’ for the Location of Structures. Councilwoman Spencer moved to approve Ordinance No. 5, 2023 on third reading, seconded by Councilman Logan, unanimous approval, MOTION CARRIED. Ordinance No. 6, 2023: Administrator Thorington read by title only – An Ordinance Amending Section 5.080.040 of the Powell City Code Pertaining to Hours of Operation for Alcoholic Beverage Licensees by Allowing Request for Extended Hours for Two (2) Holidays Per Year. Councilman Lensegrav moved to approve Ordinance No. 6, 2023 on third reading, seconded by Councilman Hovivian, unanimous approval, MOTION CARRIED.
4th Quarter Revenues and Expenses: Administrator Thorington presented to the council. Park County Travel Council Bean Mill Mural Agreement: Administrator Thorington discussed the agreement is for $32,200.00 to upgrade the Bean Mill Mural, the City does have some funds in the budget as well as working with Plaza Diane on the project. Councilman Lensegrav moved to approve and authorize necessary signatures, seconded by Councilwoman Spencer, unanimous approval, MOTION CARRIED.
General Announcements: Administrator Thorington stated the first Citizens Academy will start in Sept. and advertising is out now. Adjourn: There being no further business to be considered at this meeting, Councilman Young moved to adjourn, seconded by Councilman Sapp, unanimous approval, MOTION CARRIED. Mayor Wetzel adjourned the regular meeting at 6:20 p.m.
/s/ John F. Wetzel, Mayor
/s/ Tiffany Brando, City Clerk
1 360 Office Solutions Finance 135.88 Monthly Copy Machine Fees
2 Agri Industries Inc & Sax Electric Parks 451.50 Labor Homesteader VFD
3 Aldrich’s Parks 144.96 Stain, Paint & Brushes
4 Alsco Aquatics 95.69 Mat Cleaning & Deodorizers
5 Ascent Aviation Group, Inc Airport 28,312.57 100 LL Fuel for Resale &
Communication Fees
6 Bailey Enterprises Inc Various 16,453.37 June Fuel Purchases
7 Big Horn Redi Mix Water 805.50 Slurry for Repairs on Ave H
8 Border States Electric Supply Electric 30,490.33 Pole Foam, Sectionalizing Cabinets,
9 Bradford Supply Company Parks 224.31 Irrigation Supplies
10 CardConnect Aquatics 436.91 Credit Card Fees
11 Carquest Sanitation 531.16 Brake Kit & Drum Balance
12 Charter Communications Various 84.98 Backup Internet Service
13 Civil Air Patrol Magazine Police 105.00 Wyoming Wings Ad Fee
14 Cross Petroleum Service Sanitation 660.73 Hydraulic Fluid
15 Crum Electric Supply Electric 70.92 Burndy Crimp
16 DBT Transportation Services, LLC Airport 1,184.00 NADIN-AWOS Quarterly Service
17 DrivePayments Water 140.30 Water Dock Credit Card Fees
18 Energy Laboratories, Inc Waste Water 132.00 Waste Water Testing
19 Engineering Associates Various 5,687.82 7th St Bore Project, Water GIS, City
Shop Prep
20 Fastenal Elec, Shop 69.50 Batteries & First Aid Supplies
21 Floyd’s Truck Center Sanitation 232.61 A/C Line
22 Garland Light & Power Airport, W Wat 2,335.87 Electric Bills
23 Graybar Electric Company Electric 8,031.95 LED Strip & Light Poles
24 Hartford, The Various 1,519.34 Monthly LTD Benefit
25 John Deere Financial Parks 114.96 Bits & Screws
26 KPOW Sanitation 180.00 Mosquito Advertising
27 Matthew Bender & Co, Inc Police 452.36 WY Statutes Full Set
28 McIntosh Oil Waste Water 1,059.06 55 Gallon Drum - Oil
29 Midland Implement Company, Inc Parks 1,276.00 Ventrac Blowers
30 Montana Air Cartage, Inc Waste Water 44.73 Sample Delivery to E Labs
31 Montana Dakota Utilities Various 2,476.43 Natural Gas Bills
32 Mountain West Computer Admin 6.25 USB Cable
33 Napa Autoparts Sanitation 174.90 Relay Valve
34 Niobrara County Sheriff’s Office Police 160.00 LESO Weapons Turn In Travel Fees
35 Norco Inc Parks 614.41 Towels, Toilet Tissue, Soap &
36 O’Reilly Automotive, Inc. Various 665.91 Misc. Purchases for Various Depts
37 Office Shop, The Admin, PD 249.87 Copy Machine Fees
38 One-Call of Wyoming Elec, Water 72.75 June Dig Ticket Fees
39 Park County Landfills Sanitation 37,353.35 Solid Waste Tipping Fees
40 Powell Ace Hardware, LLC Various 288.38 Misc. Purchases for Various Depts
41 Powell Tribune Various 3,663.74 June Advertising & Publishing Fees
42 Powell Valley Recycling Task Force Sanitation 5,603.53 Recycling Fees Collected
43 Powell Welding & Industrial Supply Water 36.20 1/4” Drive Ratchet
44 Power Pole Inspections Electric 19,654.40 Pole Inspections, Excavation, Ground
& Boring
45 Quadient, Inc. Finance 105.00 Quarterly Fees on Postage Meter
46 Quality Asphalt Paving Water 10,010.00 Asphalt Patching
47 Rimrock Tire Corp Sanitation 5,645.05 Tires, Recaps & Rotations
48 Saber Pest Control, LLC. Aquatics 100.00 Pest Control
49 Sapp, Tim Council 17.03 Mileage Reimbursement SMP
Meeting Cody, WY
50 Shoshone Municipal Pipeline Water 71,988.78 Water Usage & Tap Fees
51 Snap on Tools Shop 134.00 Nozzles
52 State of Wyoming Dept of Revenue Aqua, Elec 14,789.14 Sales Tax Collected
53 TCT Various 803.45 Phone, Fax, Internet, TV
54 US. Foods Aquatics 929.69 Concession & Household Supplies
55 Valli Information Systems, Inc. Finance 1,630.12 UB Processing & Postage Fees
56 Visa Various 1,644.50 Misc. Purchases for Various Depts
57 WAM-WCCA Electric 2,500.00 Quarterly LED Bent St Upgrade
58 WAMCAT Adm, Finance 150.00 Membership Dues 23-24 Brando &
59 Waterpark Excitement, Inc Aquatics 5,917.50 Log Raft & 2 Log Slices 50% Down
60 WPCI Various 828.04 Drug Testing Fees
61 Wyoming Assoc of Municipalities Council 8,530.00 2024 Annual Dues
62 Wyoming Local Gov Liability Pool Various 39,574.00 FY 23-24 Liability Pool Membership
63 Wyoming Municipal Power Agency Electric 305,722.73 June Electrical Usage Fees
64 Wyoming Peace Officers Association Police 180.00 Membership Dues
18-Jul-23 $643,683.46
Publ., Tues., July 25, 2023