City of Minot
Minot City Council
- Regular Meeting -
Monday, July 10, 2017 at 6:30 PM
Minot City Council Chambers - City Hall
Any person needing special accommodation for this meeting is requested to notify the City Clerk's Office at 857-4752

1.

ROLL CALL

2.

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

3.

APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF THE JUNE 5, 2017 REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING & THE JUNE 27, 2017 SPECIAL CITY COUNCIL MEETING

4.

APPROVAL OF BILLS AND TRANSFERS IN THE AMOUNT OF $10,354,160.94 AND PAYROLL FOR THE PERIOD OF MAY 14, 2017 THROUGH JUNE 24, 2017 IN THE AMOUNT OF $3,018,284.38

5.

PERSONAL APPEARANCES

6.

REPORTS: MAYOR

7.

REPORTS: CITY MANAGER - CITY ATTORNEY

8.

CONSIDER THE REPORT OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION

  1. Subdivide Outlot 3 less Sublot A, SW¼ & Outlot 11, Section 33-155-82, into two lots to be known as Centerfield Addition, Lots 1 & 2
  2. Subdivide an unplatted portion of the SE¼SE¼, Section 36-156-83 into 2 lots to be known as Greenland 3rd Addition, Lots 1 & 2
  3. Pass an ordinance on first reading to change the zone from AG (Agricultural) to RA (Residential Agricultural) District on the proposed Greenland 3rd Addition, Lots 1 & 2
  4. Pass an ordinance on first reading to annex Hawks View Addition, Lot 1 and adjacent 13th St & 37th Ave SE right-of-way, into City limits
  5. Subdivide an unplatted portion of the SW¼NE¼, Section 6-154-82 into one lot to be known as Outlot 14, Section 6-154-82
  6. Pass an ordinance on first reading to change the zone from AG (Agricultural) District to R1 (Single-Family Residential) District on proposed Outlot 14, Section 6-154-82
  7. Pass an ordinance on first reading to annex proposed Outlot 14, Section 6-154-82 into City limits
  8. Pass an ordinance adopting changes to the City of Minot Zoning Ordinance, Chapters 2, 11, and 19, as recommended by the Steering Committee
Documents:
  1. Planning 170626.PDF
9.

CONSIDER THE REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE

  1. 6th Street Underpass Pump Station- Final Payment
  2. Amend the 2017 Annual Budget- Increase PD Administration Associations with US Probation & FBI Funds
  3. Amend the 2017 Annual Budget- Airport Car Rental and Quick Turnaround Facility (AIR062)
  4. Award of Bid- GA Apron (AIR029)
  5. Award of Bid- Perimeter Road (AIR049)
  6. Sidewalk Repair Assessment (4166)
  7. Ordinances on Second Reading
  8. Final Payment- 2017 Non-CDBG Structure Demolition & Site Restoration
  9. Eminent Domain Legal Services Contract (NDR002)
  10. Amend the 2017 Annual Budget- Increase PD Administration & Patrol Operational Supplies with Asset Forfeiture Funds
  11. Paving District 498- 15th Ave SE East of 55th St
  12. Ordinance No. 5199- Change the Zone from R1 to R2 with a PUD Overlay on Northridge Villas 2nd Addition, Lots 1-34 *HELD*
  13. Ordinance No. 5202- Amend the CMCO- Chapter 14 (Garbage and Trash)
  14. Highlands at North Hill 2nd and 3rd Addition Plats Development Agreement (3958)
  15. Amend the 2017 Annual Budget- Public Works Allocation
  16. CPM Agreement with NDDOT for Flood Protection (3529)
  17. NDDES FY 2017 SHSP Regional Response Team Grant- Minot PD Bomb Team
  18. Sale of Excess City Vehicles (4255, 4280, 4283, 4284)
  19. Retail Beer & Wine License- GM Minot Operating, LLC dba Microtel Inn & Suites
  20. Four-way Stop Control at Main Street / 2nd Avenue
  21. Retail Liquor & Beer License- Irish Laundry, LLC dba Arny's Bottleshop & Lounge
  22. Administrative Approvals
10.

CONSIDER THE REPORT OF THE SALES TAX AD HOC COMMITTEE

  1. The City Council approve building the enhanced flood control project using first penny sales tax, providing available dollars for both community facilities and NAWS, building south side flood protection, and maintaining the 100 year flood designation. 
  2. recognize they may need to reallocate the first penny of sales tax collections to flood protection in the next couple of years
11.

OTHER BUSINESS

11.I.

CARNEGIE LIBRARY STRUCTURAL ASSESSMENT

The Carnegie Center has some settling of the building that is causing some structural issues.
This project includes hiring EAPC to assess the condition of the building and provide a report to determine: 1) if the building is repairable and 2) provide an estimate of the cost of the repair.

  1. Recommend approval of the agreement with EAPC to assess the condition of the Carnegie Center to determine the course of action to stabilize/repair the building
  2. Authorize the Mayor to sign the agreement
11.II.

CITY HALL RETAINING WALL – TEMPORARY IMPROVEMENTS

  1. Recommend appropriation of sales tax major projects funds for the improvements to the City Hall Retaining Wall.  
  2. Recommend selection of Flores Construction Concrete Inc. to complete the work.
11.III.

CONSIDER A SPECIAL CITY COUNCIL MEETING FOR PHASES 1-4 FLOOD PROTECTION PROJECT DESIGN ADDENDUMS

12.

ADJOURNMENT