09/03/2019 City Commission Agenda

Tuesday,­ September 3, 2019
5:00 PM

Call to Order
Roll Call
Pledge of Allegiance (please stand)
Approval of Agenda
Approval of Minutes

Minutes from August 20 & 29, 2019 meetings

Approval of Consent Agenda

  1. Approve Monthly Reports from the Fire Chief, Building Inspector, Auditor, Municipal Judge and Public Works Accountant.
  2. Approve Monthly Bills for the City and Public Works in the Amount of $                
  3. Approve Raffle Permit for Barnes County Historical Society
  4. Approve Block off the Street Request for VCSU on September 27, 2019 on College Street SW from 2nd Avenue SE to 2nd Avenue SW for Presidential Inauguration Concert at 8 PM

Roll Call:          Erickson           Powell              Magnuson         Bishop              Carlsrud

Public Comments

Attorney General’s “A Citizen’s Guide to North Dakota Open Records & Open Meetings Laws”
*A member of the public does not have the right to speak to the governing body at an open meeting.  The public is only entitled to see and hear what happens at a meeting, and to record or broadcast those observations.

  • No personal attacks to persons present or not
  • No inflammatory language used during time that you have the platform
  • 5 minute maximum or as directed by the chair
  • Thank you for participating in City Government.

Ordinance

  1. Approve second and final reading of Ordinance No. 1048, an Ordinance Amending Title 5, Animals (City Attorney Martineck)
    Roll Call:          Powell              Bishop              Erickson           Magnuson            Carlsrud
  2. Approve first reading of Ordinance No. 1049, an Ordinance Amending Title 14, Motor Vehicles & Traffic Specifically 14-10-49(17), Stopping, standing, or parking prohibited in specific places (City Attorney Martineck)
    Roll Call:          Magnuson         Bishop              Powell              Erickson            Carlsrud

Resolution

  1. Approve Resolution No. 2217, a Resolution Approving Final Plans and Specifications for 5th Ave NW Reconstruction – NDDOT Project No. SU-2-990(059) [Paving Improvement District No. 118, Water Main Improvement District No. 101, Sanitary Sewer Improvement District No. 65 and Storm Sewer Improvement District No. 53] and Authorize Advertisement for Bids (KLJ)
    Roll Call:          Bishop              Erickson           Magnuson         Powell              Carlsrud

New Business

  1. Approve Amendment to Engineering Agreement for 5th Avenue NW Reconstruction in an amount not to exceed $40,000 (KLJ)
    Roll Call:          Erickson           Bishop              Magnuson         Powell              Carlsrud
  2. Consider the Meter Data Management contract from MRES for the City (City Administrator Schelkoph)
    Roll Call:          Powell              Erickson           Bishop              Magnuson            Carlsrud

City Administrator’s Report
City Updates & Commission Reports
Adjourn

09/03/2019 Finance Agenda

City Commission Finance Meeting
Valley City, North Dakota
Tuesday, September 3, 2019
3:30 PM

Call to Order

Roll Call

Agenda items

  1. Department reports.
  2. Review monthly bills/reports (10 minutes) – (President Carlsrud)
  3. Receive 2018 Audit Report (City Auditor Richter)
  4. Discuss Meter Data Management contract with MRES for City (City Administrator Schelkoph)
  5. Continue review of Cost Share & Project Planning (City Administrator Schelkoph)

Adjourn

08/29/2019 Special City Commission Agenda

 

Thursday, August 29, 2019

12:00 PM

Call to Order

Roll Call

Pledge of Allegiance (please stand)

New Business

  • Approve Raffle Permit for Hi-Liner Booster Club (City Auditor Richter)

Roll Call:          Erickson           Powell              Magnuson        Bishop              Carlsrud

  • Approve Application for Fireworks Display Permit for RES Pyro at Valley City State University on August 29, 2019 (Fire Chief Magnuson)

Roll Call:          Bishop              Erickson           Powell              Magnuson            Carlsrud

Adjourn

08/20/2019 Commission Meeting Agenda

City Commission Meeting

Valley City, North Dakota
Tuesday, August 20, 2019
5:00 PM

Call to Order

Roll Call

Pledge of Allegiance (please stand)

Approval of Agenda

Approval of Minutes

Minutes from July 22, 23, 30 and August 5 and 6, 2019 meetings

Approval of Consent Agenda

  1. Approve Application to Block off Street for VCSU Vikings Campus Activity Board on August 28, 2019 from 9:00 PM to 12:00 AM on 2nd Avenue SE
  2. Approve Application to Block off Street for Twin City Roofing for 3rd Street NW & Central Avenue beginning September 3, 2019 for two weeks – to include the parking locations only
  3. Approve Retail Tobacco License for Mosby LLC dba Boomers Corner Keg

Roll Call:          Magnuson        Powell              Bishop              Erickson            Carlsrud

Public Comments

Attorney General’s “A Citizen’s Guide to North Dakota Open Records & Open Meetings Laws” *A member of the public does not have the right to speak to the governing body at an open meeting.  The public is only entitled to see and hear what happens at a meeting, and to record or broadcast those observations.

  • No personal attacks to persons present or not
  • No inflammatory language used during time that you have the platform
  • 5 minute maximum or as directed by the chair
  • Thank you for participating in City Government.

Ordinance

O1) Approve Ordinance No. 1048, an Ordinance Amending Title 5, Animals (City Attorney Martineck)

Roll Call:          Erickson           Bishop              Magnuson        Powell              Carlsrud

Resolution

R1) Approve Resolution No. 2216, A Resolution Approving Comprehensive Land Use and Transportation Plan (Stantec)

Roll Call:          Powell              Erickson           Magnuson        Bishop              Carlsrud

New Business

N1) Review long range schedule for Permanent Flood Protection and city infrastructure improvements (City Administrator Schelkoph)

City Administrator’s Report

City Updates & Commission Reports

Adjourn

07/16/2019 City Commission Minutes

City Commission
Tuesday, ­July 16, 2019
5:00 PM

President Carlsrud called the meeting to order at 5:00 PM.

Members present: Commissioner Magnuson, Commissioner Bishop, Commissioner Powell, Commissioner Erickson.

Others Present: City Administrator Schelkoph, City Auditor Richter, City Attorney Martineck, City Assessor Hansen, Public Works Accountant Jacobson, Fire Chief Magnuson, Police Chief Hatcher, Mike Strom from KLJ.

Approval of Minutes

Commissioner Bishop moved to approve the minutes from the July 2 and July 10, 2019 meetings, seconded by Commissioner Powell. Motion carried.

Approval of Consent Agenda

  1. Approve Raffle Permit for Dakota Riders Motorcycle Club

Commissioner Erickson declared a conflict of interest and asked to abstain. Commissioner Bishop moved to recognize the conflict of interest, seconded by Commissioner Magnuson. Motion carried.

Commissioner Bishop moved to approve the consent agenda, seconded by Commissioner Magnuson. Commissioner Erickson abstained. Motion carried.

Public Comments

There were no public comments.

Public Hearing

Public Hearing for Integrated Resource Plan for Valley City Public Works

City Administrator Schelkoph explained that the Integrated Resource Plan provides the guidelines for the WAPA, MRES and City of Valley City operations. President Carlsrud declared public hearing open. City Administrator Schelkoph recommended approval. Commissioner Bishop moved to close the public hearing, seconded by Commissioner Powell. Motion carried.

Approve Resolution No. 2213, A Resolution Approving the Integrated Resource Plan for Valley City Public Works as required by Western Area Power Administration (WAPA)

Commissioner Magnuson moved to approve Resolution No. 2213, seconded by Commissioner Bishop. The motion passed unanimously.

Ordinance

Approve Ordinance No. 1046, An Ordinance to Amend and Reenact portions of Title 4 (Alcoholic Beverages) of the Valley City Municipal Code

City Attorney Martineck stated there are three changes: addition of brewery taproom license which allows sale, production and distribution of own microbrew beer; removal of separate documentation that food and liquor sales at a restaurant; addition of late fee for applications received after deadline.

City Auditor Richter stated intent is for licensee to certify that food sales exceed alcohol sales in the area in which minors are allowed. Discussion occurred about type of third party to certify the statement and that these statements are subject to spot checks. Richter will update the license forms to reflect requested change to include accountant or bookkeeper to certify the statement.

Commissioner Magnuson inquired about late fee. Martineck stated the fee needs to be established.

Commissioner Magnuson moved to approve the first reading of Ordinance No. 1046, seconded by Commissioner Powell. The motion passed unanimously.

Approve Ordinance No. 1047, An Ordinance to Amend and Reenact portions of Title 1 (General Provisions), Title 14 (Motor Vehicles & Traffic) and Title 17 (Offenses), Valley City Municipal Code

City Attorney Martineck stated that for the traffic fees assessed by Municipal Court, ND Legislature now permits City to assess up to double for traffic fees. Martineck will provide proposed fees for the second reading.

Commissioner Bishop inquired about fees on interstate. Police Chief Hatcher stated VCPD will respond to a complaint only if other agencies are not available; Hatcher recommends that fees would not double in the 75 zone.

Commissioner Bishop moved to approve Ordinance No. 1047, seconded by Commissioner Powell. The motion passed unanimously.

New Business

National Leadership Academy for the Public’s Health Presentation

Theresa Will from City County Health District introduced Dr. Chen, Program Advisor & Coach, of the National Leadership Academy for Public’s Health. Dr. Chen provided information about the program. The Barnes County team is working on sober living and re-entry into the community. Theresa Will stated a community meeting was held for harm reduction services and is working to promote the program.

Approve adding 720 East Main Street to the Permanent Flood Protection Phase IV Buyout Program

City Administrator Schelkoph stated the property owner is interested in selling the property for assessed value plus 10% for a total cost of $48,180. This property is not on the Phase IV buyout list, but Schelkoph reported there is money available. Schelkoph stated will be presented to State Water Commission.

Commissioner Magnuson moved to approve adding 720 East Main to the Permanent Flood Protection Phase IV Buyout Program, seconded by Commissioner Powell. The motion passed unanimously.

Review and approve Recycling Contract with Valley Recycling

President Carlsrud thanked committee for their work. City Administrator Schelkoph stated the committee put together 4 scenarios for the Commission to consider. Base rate is for 90% of shipping and landfill costs the City incurs, committee has calculated in the future savings when VCPW does this work. The following scenarios were presented:

  • Scenario 1: $2 fee per garbage account with estimated $84,000 to Valley Recycling
  • Scenario 2: $1 fee per garbage account with estimated $42,000 to Valley Recycling
  • Scenario 3: $1 fee per residential garbage account; $5 fee per 2 yard for each 2 yard dumpster; $10 fee per 4 yard dumpster; $15 fee per 6 yard dumpster
  • Scenario 4: Fees as established in Scenario 3 with subsidy capped at $42,000 to Valley Recycling; Fees collected in excess would offset [base rate]

This is based on a 5 year contract. City Administrator Schelkoph stated the county has agreed to provide $20,000 on a year by year basis to Valley Recycling.

Adam Faul stated he is looking at additional drop sites at Jefferson Elementary, Washington Elementary and the landfill. Faul stated curbside could be a future option. Faul is looking to hire a full-time employee to help the business. Faul may also add glass, batteries, TV and lights.

Discussion between the Commissioners, City Staff, Adam Faul and Melissa Faul occurred for 53 minutes. Commissioner Magnuson asked if Faul would consider a one year contract. Faul stated no.

Commissioner Magnuson made motion to approve recycling contract with Scenario 3, Commissioner Erickson seconded. Commissioner Powell stated no contract proposal has been received from Waste Management. Commissioner Bishop stated he struggles to subside private business. Dave Zubrod state residents will pay less than the City of Jamestown, so it’s still a good deal. President Carlsrud wanted to table the discussion until August 6 and know how Jamestown operates. Commissioner Magnuson asked for an estimate from Waste Management for recycling and recycling plus garbage. Commissioner Erickson stated Jamestown residents pay $5.50 per month. City Auditor Richter stated Jamestown’s curbside recycling is picked up every other week per contract.

Commissioner Magnuson moved to rescind previous motion, President Carlsrud seconded. Motion failed. Commissioner Powell stated the Commission needs to make a decision.

Commissioner Powell stated the Commission needs to make decision. Previous motion to approve recycling contract with Scenario 3 was considered. Roll Call: Powell – nay; Bishop – nay; Magnuson – aye; Erickson – aye; Carlsrud – aye. Motion carried.

Resolution

Approve Resolution No. 2210, a Resolution Establishing Recycling Utility Fees

City Administrator Schelkoph stated the Resolution No 2210 will be finalized with the following fees:

$1 per residential account; $1.50 per 3 can commercial garbage; $5 per 2 yard dumpster; $10 per 4 yard dumpster; $15 per 6 yard dumpster. Schelkoph stated time is required to implement the fees. Public Works Accountant Jacobson recommended September 1 as the effective date.

Commissioner Magnuson moved to approve Resolution No. 2210 with effective date of September 1, 2019, seconded by Commissioner Erickson. City Attorney Martineck clarified that the contract will be effective July 16, 2019.

Roll Call: Bishop – nay; Erickson – aye; Powell – nay; Magnuson – aye; Carlsrud – aye. Motion carried.

Approve Resolution No. 2211, a Resolution Approving Replat of Lots 15 & 16, Block 15, Granger’s Addition

City Attorney Martineck stated Planning & Zoning Commission provided a due pass recommendation. Commissioner Powell moved to approve Resolution No. 2211, seconded by Commissioner Magnuson. The motion passed unanimously.

Approve Resolution No. 2212, a Resolution Approving Plat of Annie’s Addition

City Attorney Martineck stated the Planning & Zoning Commission provided a due pass recommendation with the following conditions: utility easements need to be incorporated into final plat; combine two parcels on preliminary plat based on current use. Both requirements have been met and Martineck recommended approval.

Commissioner Erickson moved to approve Resolution No. 2212, seconded by Commissioner Bishop. The motion passed unanimously.

City Administrator’s Report

There was no report.

City Updates & Commission Reports

City Auditor Richter a request for reimbursement has been made for $3.2 million from the State Water Commission.

Fire Chief Magnuson reported seven new member have been recruited including the first female member. July 28, the VCFD will play against Law Enforcement in a softball game.

Mike Strom from KLJ stated punch list items are being worked on for Permanent Flood Protection Phase II; sheeting is being installed in Permanent Flood Protection Phase IIA project; the Central Avenue/3rd Street intersection is being finalized and work begins in Storm Sewer [No. 50]. Strom stated the original foundation of Straus Mall was located during construction and options for the lip are being discussed; a similar issue has appeared along the Nearly Nu.
Commissioner Powell stated the downtown looks good!
Commissioner Bishop asked skateboarders to follow rules of the road.
Commissioner Magnuson remarked that Main Street turned out beautiful.
President Carlsrud asked residents to cleanup yards and property. Thanked employees & community. Valley City is in the top 11 of 118 for a Bush Grant Prize. Carlsrud is hosting a ribbon cutting on Thursday for Permanent Flood Protection.

Adjourn

Meeting was adjourned at 6:58 PM.

Dave Carlsrud, President of the
City of Valley City Commission

Attested to by:
Avis Richter, City Auditor
City of Valley City

08/06/2019 City Commission Agenda

City Commission Meeting

Valley City, North Dakota
Tuesday,­ August 6, 2019
5:00 PM

Call to Order

Roll Call

Pledge of Allegiance (please stand)

Approval of Agenda

Approval of Minutes

Minutes from July 16, 2019 meeting

Approval of Consent Agenda

  1. Approve Monthly Reports from the Fire Chief, Building Inspector, Auditor, Municipal Judge and Public Works Accountant.
  2. Approve Monthly Bills for the City and Public Works in the Amount of $            
  3. Approve Block off Street Request for Sheyenne Valley Backing the Badge on August 29, 2019 for Community Extravaganza on 100 – 300 blocks of Central Avenue N
  4. Approve Block off Street Request for Sheyenne Valley Backing the Badge on September 21, 2019 for Got your 6K on 4th Street NW, 9th Avenue NW, 12th Street NW, Central Avenue, Chautauqua Boulevard, and 6th Street NE
  5. Approve Application for Retail Tobacco License for Dakota Silver, LLC
  6. Approve Application for Plumber License for TNT Plumbing
  7. Approve Application for Tree Trimming & Removal License for Z’s Trees
  8. Approve Raffle Permits for Valley City USBC Association

Roll Call:          Magnuson        Erickson           Powell              Bishop              Carlsrud

Public Comments

Attorney General’s “A Citizen’s Guide to North Dakota Open Records & Open Meetings Laws” *A member of the public does not have the right to speak to the governing body at an open meeting.  The public is only entitled to see and hear what happens at a meeting, and to record or broadcast those observations.

  • No personal attacks to persons present or not
  • No inflammatory language used during time that you have the platform
  • 5 minute maximum or as directed by the chair
  • Thank you for participating in City Government.

New Business

N1. Consider Request from Valley City-Barnes County Development Corporation for $25,000 per year for 2 years to support workforce development, specifically a Salesforce instruction position at VCSU (Jennifer Feist)

Roll Call:          Erickson           Powell              Magnuson        Bishop              Carlsrud

N2. Consider recommendation from Visitors Committee for Image Enhancement Grant for Barnes County Historical Society in an amount up to $2,500 for awning (Bobby Koepplin)

Roll Call:          Powell              Bishop              Magnuson        Erickson            Carlsrud

N3. Consider recommendation from Visitors Committee to send letters to all Food & Beverage vendors (Bobby Koepplin)

Roll Call:          Bishop              Erickson           Powell              Magnuson            Carlsrud

N4. Consider Renaissance Zone Authority Board recommendation for 5 year income tax exemption and 5 year property tax exemption for new construction, up to $250,000 at 546 Legacy Lane by Legacy Developments, LLC and designate it as VC-116 pending certificate of good standing (Renaissance Zone Authority Board)

Roll Call:          Magnuson        Bishop              Powell              Erickson            Carlsrud

N5. Consider Renaissance Zone Authority Board recommendation for 5 year income tax exemption and 5 year property tax exemption for new construction, up to $250,000 at 550 Legacy Lane by Legacy Developments, LLC and designate it as VC-117 pending certificate of good standing (Renaissance Zone Authority Board)

Roll Call:          Erickson           Magnuson        Bishop              Powell              Carlsrud

N6. Consider Renaissance Zone Authority Board recommendation for 5 year income tax exemption and 5 year property tax exemption for new construction, up to $250,000 at 441 12 ½ St NE by Legacy Developments, LLC and designate it as VC-118 pending certificate of good standing (Renaissance Zone Authority Board)

Roll Call:          Powell              Magnuson        Erickson           Bishop              Carlsrud

N7. Consider Renaissance Zone Authority Board recommendation for 5 year income tax exemption and 5 year property tax exemption for new construction, up to $250,000 at 464 12 ½ St NE by Legacy Developments, LLC and designate it as VC-119 pending certificate of good standing (Renaissance Zone Authority Board)

Roll Call:          Bishop              Magnuson        Erickson           Powell              Carlsrud

N8. Approve Application for Property Tax Exemption for Improvements at 535 4th Avenue SW (City Assessor Hansen)

Roll Call:          Powell              Bishop              Erickson           Magnuson            Carlsrud

N9. Approve Application for Property Tax Exemption for Improvements at 107 6th Ave SW (City Assessor Hansen)

Roll Call:          Erickson           Magnuson        Bishop              Powell              Carlsrud

N10. Approve Preliminary Engineering Reimbursement Agreement with NDDOT for Project No. IM-NHU-2-094(159)290 (2021 Drainage Work Project near Exit 290) (City Administrator Schelkoph)

Roll Call           Magnuson        Erickson           Powell              Bishop              Carlsrud

Ordinance

O1. Approve second and final reading of Ordinance No. 1047, An Ordinance to Amend and Reenact portions of Title 1 (General Provisions), Title 14 (Motor Vehicles & Traffic) and Title 17 (Offenses), Valley City Municipal Code (City Attorney Martineck)

Roll Call:          Bishop              Powell              Magnuson        Erickson            Carlsrud

Public Hearing

PH1. Public Hearing regarding Special Assessments confirmed by the Special Assessment Commission for Paving Improvement District No. 116 (Concrete Pavement Repair on 8th Avenue SW, Wintershow Drive, and 5th Avenue NE) (City Auditor Richter)

Declare public hearing open.

Close hearing.

Roll Call:          Powell              Erickson           Bishop              Magnuson            Carlsrud

Approve Special Assessments as recommended by the Special Assessment Commission for Paving Improvement District No. 116 (City Auditor Richter)

Roll Call:          Erickson           Magnuson        Powell              Bishop              Carlsrud

PH2. Public Hearing regarding Special Assessments confirmed by the Special Assessment Commission for 3rd Avenue SE Reconstruction including Paving Improvement District No. 115, Water Main Improvement District No. 99, Sanitary Sewer Improvement District No. 63 (City Auditor Richter)

Declare public hearing open.

Close hearing.

Roll Call           Magnuson        Powell              Erickson           Bishop              Carlsrud

Approve Special Assessments as recommended by the Special Assessment Commission for 3rd Avenue SE Reconstruction including Paving Improvement District No. 115, Water Main Improvement District No. 99, Sanitary Sewer Improvement District No. 63 (City Auditor Richter)

Roll Call:          Bishop              Powell              Magnuson        Erickson            Carlsrud

PH3. Public Hearing for the Issuance of Class H Brewer Taproom License to Brockopp Brewing, LLC (City Auditor Richter)

Declare public hearing open.

Close hearing.

Roll Call:          Erickson           Bishop              Magnuson        Powell              Carlsrud

Consider Issuance of Class H Brewer Taproom License to Brockopp Brewing, LLC (City Auditor Richter)

Roll Call:          Bishop              Magnuson        Erickson           Powell              Carlsrud

PH4. Public Hearing for Transfer of Class B and Class C Alcoholic Beverage Licenses to Mosby, LLC dba Boomer’s Corner Keg (City Auditor Richter)

Declare public hearing open.

Close hearing.

Roll Call:          Powell              Erickson           Magnuson        Bishop              Carlsrud

Consider Issuance of Class B and Class C Alcoholic Beverage Licenses to Mosby, LLC dba Boomer’s Corner Keg (City Auditor Richter)

Roll Call:          Magnuson        Powell              Bishop              Erickson            Carlsrud

PH5. Public Hearing regarding alleged violation of V.C.M.C. 4-01-06 by Woodland Steakhouse (City Attorney Martineck)

Declare public hearing open.

Close hearing.

Roll Call:          Erickson           Powell              Magnuson        Bishop              Carlsrud

Consider suspension of alcoholic beverage licenses for Woodland Steakhouse due to violation of V.C.M.C. 4-01-06 (City Attorney Martineck)

Roll Call:          Bishop              Erickson           Magnuson        Powell              Carlsrud

PH6. Public Hearing regarding alleged violation of V.C.M.C. 4-01-06 by Sabir’s Dining & Lounge (City Attorney Martineck)

Declare public hearing open.

Close hearing.

Roll Call:          Powell              Bishop              Erickson           Magnuson            Carlsrud

Consider suspension of alcoholic beverage licenses for Sabir’s Dining & Lounge due to violation of V.C.M.C. 4-01-06 (City Attorney Martineck)

Roll Call:          Magnuson        Bishop              Powell              Erickson            Carlsrud

PH7. Public Hearing regarding alleged violation of V.C.M.C. 4-01-06 by VFW Post No. 2764 (City Attorney Martineck)

Declare public hearing open.

Close hearing.

Roll Call:          Erickson           Powell              Magnuson        Bishop              Carlsrud

Consider suspension of alcoholic beverage licenses for VFW Post No. 2764 due to violation of V.C.M.C. 4-01-06, Alcoholic Beverage (City Attorney Martineck)

Roll Call:          Powell              Bishop              Magnuson        Erickson            Carlsrud

PH8. Public Hearing to Consider alleged violation of V.C.M.C. 4-01-14, Alcoholic Beverage by American Legion Club (City Attorney Martineck)

Declare public hearing open.

Close hearing.

Roll Call:          Bishop              Erickson           Powell              Magnuson            Carlsrud

Consider proposed disposition for American Legion Club regarding violation of V.C.M.C. 4-01-14, Alcoholic Beverage (City Attorney Martineck)

Roll Call:          Magnuson        Bishop              Powell              Erickson            Carlsrud

City Administrator’s Report

City Updates & Commission Reports

Adjourn

08/06/2019 Finance Agenda

City Commission Finance Meeting
Valley City, North Dakota
Tuesday, August 6, 2019
3:30 PM

Call to Order

Roll Call

Agenda items

  1. Department reports.
    1. Out of State Travel Requests
  2. Review monthly bills/reports (10 minutes) – (President Carlsrud)

  3. Discuss SB 2304 regarding increase in municipal penalty fees for motor vehicle traffic & equipment violations (City Attorney Martineck)

  4. Discuss 2021 Drainage Work Project near Exit 290 (City Administrator Schelkoph)

Adjourn

08/05/2019 Special City Commission Agenda

Special City Commission Meeting

Valley City, North Dakota
Monday, August 5, 2019
7:00 AM

Call to Order

Roll Call

Pledge of Allegiance (please stand)

New Business

N1. Continue discussing 2020 Preliminary Budget (City Auditor Richter)

N2. Approve 2020 Preliminary Budget (City Auditor Richter)
Roll Call: Powell              Bishop              Magnuson        Erickson            Carlsrud

 

Adjourn

07/30/2019 Special City Commission Meeting Agenda

Special City Commission Meeting

Valley City, North Dakota

Tuesday, July 30, 2019

7:00 AM

Call to Order

Roll Call

Pledge of Allegiance (please stand)

New Business

N1. Continue discussing first draft of 2020 Budget (City Auditor Richter)

N2.Consider purchase of 2003 KME Tower Ladder Truck for VCFD (Fire Chief Magnuson)

Roll Call:          Bishop              Powell              Magnuson        Erickson            Carlsrud

Adjourn

07/10/2019 Special City Commission Minutes

Special Valley City Commission Proceedings
Wednesday, July 10, 2019

President Carlsrud called the meeting to order at 4:45 PM.

Members present: Commissioner Magnuson, Commissioner Bishop, Commissioner Powell, Commissioner Erickson.

Others Present: City Administrator Schelkoph, City Auditor Richter, City Attorney Martineck, Public Works Accountant Jacobson, Fire Chief Magnuson, Police Chief Hatcher, Deputy Auditor Klein.

New Business

Approve Gaming Site Authorization Renewal for Edgar A. Fisher American Legion Post No. 60

Commissioner Magnuson moved to approve, seconded by Commissioner Bishop. The motion passed unanimously.

Consider Renewal of Alcoholic Beverage Licenses for VFW Post 2764

City Auditor Richter reported additional information has been received since the last meeting for food and beverage sales. Richter stated food sales significantly exceed alcohol sales.

Elaine Walls, on behalf of VFW, stated October and November figures are not available. A statement from accountant has been submitted. Walls asked the Commission to consider the request to renew. Richter confirmed 10 of 12 months are within parameters.

Commissioner Magnuson asked if the Club license requires this. Richter confirmed it is for any licensee that allows minors to be present.

Walls stated the VFW “behind on sales tax.” Walls stated alcohol sales important for Club. Resident Manager Dayna Vrba stated behind on sales tax for years.

Commissioner Magnuson moved to renew the alcoholic beverage license, seconded by Commissioner Erickson.

Commissioner Powell asked if able to catch up in months. Vrba stated if allowed liquor license would be able to.

Commissioner Bishop would like to see consequences for this; recommend suspension of 3 days. Commissioner Magnuson stated this cannot be addressed now as it requires a hearing.

The motion passed unanimously.

Adjourn

Meeting was adjourned at 5:00 P.M.

Dave Carlsrud, President of the
City of Valley City Commission

Attested to by:
Avis Richter, City Auditor
City of Valley City