City Hall

7/9/07

7:00pm

 

The regular meeting of the Riggins City Council was called to order by Mayor Crump.  Council present were Anderson, Harper, McClure and Underwood.  Guests present included Gil Bates from Ida-Lew, Christy Schulte Fisher, husband and friends, Id Co Deputies Ray Payton and Jon Wilson, Pat and Marietta Holman from Walco, Scott Galland, Larry and Joyce Barnard, Bill Lenhart and Susan Long.

 

The minutes of the previous meetings were presented.  The Council was individually polled and all confirmed they had read the minutes and they were approved without addition or correction. 

 

The financial statement was presented detailing $35,714.38 bills paid after the June meeting bringing the total June 2007 disbursements to $53,037.19.  Bills in the amount of $29,043.78 were then presented for payment.  Motion was made by Harper, seconded by Underwood, to approve the financial statement and allow the bills.  Voting yea, Anderson, Harper, McClure and Underwood.  No nays.  A complete copy of the financial statement is attached and hereby made a part of this record.

 

Gil Bates, made a presentation about the Ida-Lew organization, which is a consortium of Idaho and Lewis Counties, cities and other taxing districts in those counties, working together for the area’s economic development.  Bates had attended many meetings in Riggins recently and desires to work with the Council as they address development in our area.  Mayor Crump reported that Mr. Bates made the original contact with USDA-RD which resulted in the City receiving the recent $5,000 USDA-RD grant for the White Water Park Study.  Bates requested that the Council consider joining Ida-Lew this year, with a $500 annual fee, when addressing their new budget.

 

Christy Schulte-Fisher addressed the Council about their family’s issues with the Idaho County Sheriff’s Office and Officer Ray Payton in particular.  She cited a June 23rd incident that occurred on their property near Time Zone Bridge, and indicated that their family was being harassed and treated unfairly.  After a lengthy, emotional presentation, Mrs. Schulte-Fisher also indicated that she was contacting Larry Dasenbrock, Idaho County Sheriff, Idaho County Commissioners, and all other government agencies about their feelings.

 

The Main Salmon River Road was discussed.  Bill Lenhart addressed the Council, requesting that rules regarding the right-of-way on one-lane roads be posted as you enter the Main Salmon River Road.  He felt that travel on the road would be much safer if everyone knew who had the right-of-way, and who should pull over.  It was discussed, and most agreed, that there were no formal “rules” to be posted.  It was also reported that the bridge project had been postponed for six months to allow investigation of the historical value of the old rock bridge abutments found at the proposed new bridge site.

 

Pat and Marietta Walker visited with the Council, requesting a 10% increase in their present payment for garbage services.  They requested that their payment be increased from $14.75 to $16.25 per EU, citing no increase request in two years and the increasing costs associated with the garbage operation.  They were also requesting a raise in commercial accounts, charging all commercial accounts $24.50 per cart, rather than the lower residential rate. They also indicated that the larger commercials should be required to use dumpsters rather than carts, since they lose money when commercial accounts discontinue their use of dumpsters.  They indicated that they were losing money, and may not be able to continue their service in the area after five years.  They also indicated that they may have to begin charging for recycling, and those costs have been increasing also.

After discussion, the Council agreed that Walco’s request for increase and their request to change the commercial account billing would be brought up during the budget preparation.

 

Scott Galland, from the Bruce/Big Iron Motel, reported that the dumpster servicing his property was damaged, with the bottom broke and it was too large and expensive for his business.  He was requesting that it be removed, and carts provided.  He also reported that Walco was not deducting his City garbage payment correctly on his dumpster bill.  The City rate had increased in Dec 2006, and his current dumpster bill did not show the proper deduction.  Walco officials indicated that the credit may be being adjusted downward to their proposed commercial cart rate, or possibly the new rates had just not been posted.  It was stressed to Walco that the actual amounts being collected from commercial customers, and remitted to Walco, must be shown as payments on any additional billing for dumpsters.  The businesses were paying that amount, it was being remitted to them, and they must show that credit in full. 

 

Larry Barnard spoke to the Council about the Idaho County Sheriff’s Department and the local deputies.  He remarked that if no complaints were being heard, they probably were not doing their job.  He said that the Idaho County emblem says “To Serve and To Protect” and he feels we are well served and well protected by the Idaho County officers.

 

Jon Wilson visited with the Council about the Horizon Project “CCC’s” Canyon Communities Coalition.  They are a non-profit agency focusing on various community projects, and how to get them done.  Some of the current projects include:  (1) Recycling:  A steering committee is organizing recycling efforts, and their long term goal is to have a transfer site in our area. (2) Dial-a-ride for seniors and handicap citizens, to provide transportation to medical facilities, shopping, etc. (3) Shooting Range and  (4)

Community Center.   Wilson reported that a meeting on the recycling will be held Wednesday, 7:00pm, at the Heritage Center and invited the Council to attend.

 

There was no police report presented.

 

Charlie Amell reported on the following city projects:

(1)    We have been experiencing problems with the water tank float.  It is shorting out and blowing fuses at the well.  They will check the underground line and have an electrician check the system.

(2)   The proposed new bridge construction should have no impact on the adjacent water and sewer lines

(3)   JUB has revised the estimated cost on the proposed Water Study, reducing that cost to around $39,000, but reported that a hydrologist would have to come review the area for the new well location, which is estimated to cost approximately $6,000, bringing the total back up to around $45,000.

(4)   Due to the reducing level of the Little Salmon, combined with the extreme heat and lack of rain, Amell recommended that the Council consider mandating Alternate Sprinkling on both the well and irrigation ditch water.

 

After discussion of the water use, motion was made by Anderson, seconded by Harper, to begin alternate day sprinkling, effective immediately, on both the well and irrigation water, by passage of Resolution #07-03.  Voting yea, Anderson, Harper, McClure and Underwood.  No nays. A copy of the resolution is attached and hereby made a part of this record.

 

The proposal to join Public Employees Retirement System (PERSI) will be considered at the next meeting.  The following subjects will be left on the agenda, to be addressed in future meetings:  Rivervillage RV easement encroachment, the proposed dog restrictions, sidewalk repair and Cemetery Road.  The items will remain on the agenda until completed.

 

Since some of the Council could not attend the walk-thru of the ASK and Heritage Center, another will be scheduled for 12:45 on July 10 prior to the budget workshop.

 

It was reported that the Visitor Center property is becoming an eyesore in the middle of town.  There is garbage scattered and the trees and vegetation is dying for lack of water.  Councilor McClure reported that Ormsby had agreed to move the building to the area above the park and the Chamber of Commerce agreed to purchase the decorative block to be used as foundation for the structure.  She volunteered to talk to the new property owners about cleaning up the property.

 

The Clerk gave an update on the Whitten cabin recently damaged by the 5/18/07 city water line break.  When the restoration company put de-humidifiers and equipment in the cabin to dry it out, the moisture coming from the floor caused the carpet glue to fail, and the carpet came up in some areas.  It, too, will have to be replaced, and the insurance company had agreed to those costs.

 

A letter of response to our 6/14/07 correspondence has been received from Tim and Julie McGowan regarding their subdivision proposal.  The City’s letter of 6/l4/07 requested them to specifically address waivers for several items.  In their response, McGowans requested the following:

(1)   Waiver of the construction of Storm Drains, storm water run-off will be addressed in CC&Rs

(2)   Waiver of Greenbelt set aside.

(3)   Waiver of Bikepath

(4)   Waiver of Building Setback – does not apply.

(5)   Waiver of Side & Rear Clearance – does not apply.

(6)   Waiver of Open Space

(7)   Waiver of Private Street – does not apply

(8)   Response indicated no access was planned for Dalton

Access and Egress would all be by way of McArthur Street

 

After discussion, motion was made by Harper, seconded by Anderson to approve the waivers requested above and to further conditionally approve the preliminary plat with the following items remaining to be addressed in the final plat:   

(1)    Property survey, with fence realignment if necessary

(2)    Six street signs, as described in the June 14th letter to McGowan

(3)    Copy of the CC&Rs, which should address:

(a)    Storm Drain runoff damage

(b)    City notification of building use change from private residence

(c)    Certification that all water and sewer lines have been separated, and backflow values installed as required by Idaho Plumbing Code

Voting yea, Anderson, Harper, McClure and Underwood.  No nays.

 

A complaint has been received about speeders and jake-brakes on the south end of town.  More patrol and citations are being requested by residents in this area.  The complaint will be taken up with the Idaho County Sheriff Office.

 

There have also been complaints received about vehicles and trailers parking, blocking travel on Lodge Street and Berger Street.  After discussion, it was agreed that Lodge Street could be marked to better identify the street and “No Parking” painted on the roadway, with “No parking” painted on Berger Street adjacent to the Hardware Bldg, and upon the owners approval, “No Parking” signs placed on the building.  Councilor Underwood offered to contact Dave Tucker about the signs.

 

Brundage Mountain Outfitters have requested an adjustment on their May water bill, which was $412.65, due to a huge leak.  The letter indicated the leaks were repaired.  The water account was reviewed, and since the water consumption is still high, it appears that all the leaks may not have been addressed.  After discussion, the Council agreed to notify Brundage Mountain Outfitters that all leaks must be repaired, with the consumption returning to normal before they would consider an adjustment of the bill.   It was also suggested that they be notified that water hoses should not be left in stock tanks, due to the possibility of cross contamination, with a cc copy to Brian O’Morrow of Browns Industries.

 

A request has been received from Gary Miller for an easement across the Heritage Center property driveway for water and sewer lines to service his Westside lots across the irrigation ditch.  After discussion, motion was made by Underwood, seconded by Anderson, to approve a permanent 10’ pipeline easement, with 20’ temporary construction easement, provided that Miller pay all costs associated with the easement and that all hookup fees be paid at the time the lines are installed.  Voting yea, Anderson, Harper, McClure and Underwood.  No nays.

 

It was reported that the water at the school is bad, discolored and rusty.  Charlie Amell reported that the City flushes the line periodically, but the problem is the schools service line.  It is over 200 feet of old 1 ½ line, and has an iron bacteria.  It was suggested that the line should be flushed with chlorine before school starts to rid the line of the bacteria.

 

The following park use applications were presented: 

(1)   Kali Tumelson wedding, 9/22/07, noon until midnight, with alcohol served.  The application is complete, but Tumelsons cannot provide a certificate of insurance for the required host liquor liability insurance.  After discussion, motion was made by Underwood, seconded by Anderson, to approve the application, but stipulating that the certificate of insurance must be provided if alcohol is planned.  Voting yea, Anderson, Harper, McClure and Underwood.  No nays.

(2)   Salmon River Experience dinner, 7/15/07, 4-8:00pm, no alcohol planned.  The application is complete.  Motion was made by McClure, seconded by Underwood, to approve the application.  Voting yea, Anderson, Harper, McClure and Underwood.  No nays.

 

A proposal for Riggins labels for Cuddy Mountain Water was discussed.  Cuddy Mtn Water Company will design a custom label for their bottled water, and the water can be sold for fundraisers, etc.  Costs of the water, by 50 case pallets, was $620, plus the cost of the label setup and printing.  The idea was discussed, but no action taken.

 

The July 4th free bar-b-que was reported as a complete success with approximately 300 people served.  Special thanks went to Glenna McClure and Tim Heath, and their crews for their efforts in putting the dinner together.  It was suggested that this be an annual event, but the Council questioned future funding for the free dinner.

 

Councilor Anderson reported that the snuffer had been mounted on the newly acquired one-ton truck.  The vehicle is still in need of a rack for the hose and equipment, and Russ Mutchler is working with Firemans Supply to construct them.  It was also suggested that the extrication equipment be moved to the snuffer truck, and it called to roll on each accident with the ambulance.  Since this proposed change in procedure would impact the Ambulance and Rural Fire Dept as well as the Riggins Fire Dept, a meeting will be held with Anderson, Mayor Crump, Fire Chief Dan Catherman, EMS Supervisor Ann Wilson and Rural Fire Chief Dennis McCollum to discuss the issue.

 

Councilor Anderson also brought up the Firehouse shelving.  The material was purchased last year, but the shelves have never been built.  He inquired if someone could be hired to build the shelves and complete the project.  After discussion, motion was made by Underwood, seconded by McClure, to hire a carpenter to install the shelves, paying up to $20 per hour, for 20 hours.  Voting yea, Anderson, Harper, McClure and Underwood.  No nays.  Anderson will contact Dave Buchanan or someone else, if he is not available, to do the job.

 

It was also reported that since the new snuffer truck is parked inside the firehouse, the #2 Firetruck is now outside, not undercover.  Since the City is required to keep the #2 Firetruck in service and undercover to maintain the community’s fire insurance rating of 6, it was suggested that it be moved into the Dive Team Building.

Councilor Anderson will visit with Fire Chief Dan Catherman or Mark Hollon about making room for it there.

 

Anderson also reported that the Dive Team was in the process of getting two new divers, Matt Laine and John Hinton, certified. 

 

A response from Northwest Trailways Bus has been received, advising the Council that Riggins is still a flag stop, that they have made no changes to their schedule.  They will address the community’s concerns with all of their drivers, and assured the Council that the bus will stop in Riggins each trip.

 

The Clerk reminded the Council that a budget workshop will be held on Tuesday, July 10th at 1:00pm, and a special meeting will be held 10:00am July 23rd, to review the budget proposal.

 

There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned.

 

 

 

________________________________          ________________________________

                        Mayor                                            Clerk

 

 

7/10/07

City Hall

1:00 pm

 

CLERKS NOTE: 

The budget workshop was held with Mayor Crump, Councilors Anderson, Harper, McClure and Underwood, PWD Charlie Amell and Clerk June Whitten attending.  The following items were proposed to be included in the 2007-2008 tentative budget:

 

·        Property Taxes:   No increase, $ 57,270 same as last year

·        Water & Sewer Monthly fees:  No increase, no change

·        Water Hookup Fees:  Increase from $1200 to $1700 to offset expansion costs 

·        Sewer Hookup Fees:  Increase (per JUB recommendation) from $2500 per  EU to $4300 per EU to help offset expansion costs 

·         Irrigation Fees:  No increase, no change 

·        Garbage Rates:  (Walco requested 10% increase with a raise for all commercial accounts) Council proposed only 5%, with no change in commercial billing 

·        Police Contract:  $32,000, no change, no increase requested 

·        Ambulance Rates:  No change in billing rates, EMT salary or bonus

·        Fire Dept & Dive Team Fees:  No change, no increase

·        Mayor & Council Salary:  No change

·        Salary Rates:  4% COL increase, with additional $58 per month for Clerk

All employees with regular hours to be paid on monthly basis 

·        Fringe Benefits:  No change in health insurance (City’s portion now being   paid as wages in lieu of insurance)  Budget 10% for PERSI or SEP-IRAs

·        Dues & Memberships:  $400 AIC, $300 CEDA, $300 Rural Water

 

  Projects & Equipment:

 

·        General Fund -   $19,500 Balance of Wellness Center Study

·        Ambulance –      Same as last year, plus $3000 equipment grant

·        Fire Dept –         $3200 Fire Jeep Repair, Paint & Cover (low priority)

            $2000 Training

            $3000 Paint Snuffer Truck

·        Dive Team -       $45,000 Boat

$5000 Bldg & Land Improvements

                  (All funded by grants, fundraisers)

·        Library -          $3000 Carpet

 $350 Printer

 $3500 Grant funded equipment/books

·        Park -                   $7500 WhiteWater Park Study

$1500 Landscape

$250 Fill for Visitor Center

$200 SCOW repair

$300 Skylight/Bathroom Paint

·        Rec Activities – Same as last year, plus $500 bleachers

All funded by grants, fundraisers)

·        Water Dept -  $1000 Wellhouse addition/paint/reroof

                   $600 NRA Repair

                   $8-10,000 Replace Whitten service line

                   $7000 NRA Hydrant

                   $1000 Touchtone Meter Reading Wand

                   $6000 Meter Replacement

                   $4000 ½ Bobcat Equipment

·        Sewer Dept -  $5500 Clean & Camera Lines

                   $500 Ph Meter

                   $450 Well Street Compressor

                   $4000 ½ Bobcat Equipment

                   $650 Tires

·        Irrigation   -    Flume Gulch Support Repair (Charlie to get cost estimate)

·        URA Projects -  Since it is unknown if the URA projects will be completed by the developer thru URA funds, or thru the City as normal infrastructure projects, it was agreed that the URA projects anticipated for the upcoming year also be included in the City budget.

 

The items listed above will be considered for inclusion in the proposed 2007-2008 budget.  The budget proposal will be prepared for review at the special City Council Meeting scheduled for 1:00pm, July 23rd.

 

                                          _____________________________________

                                                                  Clerk

 

7/23/07

City Hall

10:00am

 

A special meeting of the Riggins City Council was called to order by Mayor Crump.  Council present were Anderson, Harper, McClure and Underwood. 

 

The purpose of the special meeting was:

(1)    Review proposed 2007-2008 budget for changes, additions or deletions

(2)    Adopt 2007-2008 tentative budget

(3)    Set Public Hearing for 5:00, August 9, 2007 for 2007-2008 Proposed Budget

(4)    Review 2006-2007 Library Fund Budget – Add Unexpected Grant Revenue

(5)    Set Public Hearing for 2006-2007 Budget Amendment – August 9th, 5:00pm

(6)    Consider joining PERSI

(7)    Address Vendor Licensing – CCC Farmers Market

(8)    Address Medicare/Medicaid/Ambulance Billing

 

The Clerk reported that new procedures in Medicare and Medicaid billing were making it difficult to get the ambulance bills processed.  Because of the high number of ambulance runs for Medicare patients, Riggins Ambulance is required to file claims on-line, and no longer allowed to file paper claims.  Using the free Medicare software, rather than the more expensive commercial software is ineffective, and ambulance claims are routinely being rejected.  In addition, the claims must be transferred on-line by modem, which ties up the City’s single telephone line for hours.  It was reported that there were over $23,000 in claims which have been rejected by Medicare or Medicaid since October 2006, all of which are still unpaid.  After investigating how other ambulance billing services are handling Medicare claims, Susan Long reported that McCall, Cascade, Horseshoe Bend, New Meadows, and Kamiah are no longer doing their own billing, but are all contracting with the medical billing firm of Cammack of Homedale, Idaho.  The Clerk and Susan Long met with Cammack officials about the billing problem and their service.  Because of the difficulty in Medicare billing, Cammack is currently contracting with almost all nearby ambulance services, including McCall Hospital, Valley County, etc., and charges a 7% fee on all collections paid.  They are willing to take on the Riggins Ambulance billing also, if the Council desires.  When asked about software Cammack could recommend to the City, if the Council wanted to continue city billing, Cammack reported that they had tried several software companies, and many were ineffective.  The only software they could recommend was the one they were using, which costs $10,000.  The Council expressed concern over the amount of unpaid runs, in that the revenue is critical to the operation of the ambulance service.  After discussion, motion was made by Harper, seconded by Anderson, to enter into a contract with Cammack, retroactive to include all unpaid claims back to October 2006, until October 2008 with option for renewal, and authorized the Mayor’s signature on the contract to pay 7% for collections made.  The contract shall also state that the checks will be sent to the City of Riggins, rather than Cammack in Homedale.

Voting yea, Anderson, Harper, McClure and Underwood.  No nays.

 

Cammack officials had also suggested that the ambulance mileage rate be increased as a way to cover the contract costs.  The City is now charging $6.05 per patient mile, and Cammack reported that Medicare will authorize $8.50 per patient mile, and most insurance companies $9.00 per mile.  After discussion, the Council agreed to raise the mileage rate to $8.05 per patient mile, and to include those increased figures in the 2007-2008 budget proposal.  The Council also agreed to add a special service fee of $500 to be charged for extrication use, when required for auto accidents, and those costs also added in to the 2007-2008 budget estimates. 

 

The subject of joining PERSI was brought up at this time.  It was agreed that PERSI would provide an unequaled retirement system for qualified employees and would be an incentive for new hires and would encourage long-term employment.  After discussion, motion was made by Anderson, seconded by Underwood, to join Public Employees Retirement System, and to authorize the Mayor’s signature on all contract related documents, effective immediately.  Voting yea, Anderson, Harper, McClure and Underwood.  No nays.

 

At this time the Council reviewed the proposed 2007-2008 budget.  The proposed budget included the following:

 

 

·        Property Taxes:   No increase, $ 57,270 same as last year

·        Water & Sewer Monthly fees:  No increase, no change

·        Water Hookup Fees:  Increase from $1200 to $1700 to offset expansion costs 

·        Sewer Hookup Fees:  Increase (per JUB recommendation) from $2500 per  EU to $4300 per EU to help offset expansion costs 

·         Irrigation Fees:  No increase, no change 

·        Garbage Rates:  (Walco requested 10% increase with a raise for all commercial accounts) Council proposed only 5%, with no change in commercial billing 

·        Police Contract:  $32,000, no change, no increase requested 

·        Ambulance Rates:  Increase mileage rate to $8.05 per patient mile, and add new fee of $500 for extrication.  Add expense of 7% for Medical Billing fees.  No change in EMT salary or bonus

·        Fire Dept & Dive Team Fees:  No change, no increase

·        Mayor & Council Salary:  No change

·        Salary Rates:  4% COL increase, with additional $58 per month for Clerk

All employees with regular hours to be paid on monthly basis 

·        Fringe Benefits:  No change in health insurance (City’s portion now being   paid as wages in lieu of insurance)  Budget 10% for PERSI or SEP-IRAs

·        Dues & Memberships:  $400 AIC, $300 CEDA, $300 Rural Water

·        General Fund -   $19,500 Balance of Wellness Center Study

·        Ambulance –      Same as last year, plus $3000 equipment grant

·        Fire Dept –         $3200 Fire Jeep Repair, Paint & Cover (low priority)

            $2000 Training

            $3000 Paint Snuffer Truck

·        Dive Team -       $45,000 Boat

$5000 Bldg & Land Improvements

                  (All funded by grants, fundraisers)

·        Library -          $3000 Carpet

 $350 Printer

 $3500 Grant funded equipment/books

·        Park -                   $7500 WhiteWater Park Study

$1500 Landscape

$250 Fill for Visitor Center

$200 SCOW repair

$300 Skylight/Bathroom Paint

·        Rec Activities – Same as last year, plus $500 bleachers

All funded by grants, fundraisers)

·        Water Dept -  $1000 Wellhouse addition/paint/reroof

                   $600 NRA Repair

                   $8-10,000 Replace Whitten service line

                   $7000 NRA Hydrant

                   $1000 Touchtone Meter Reading Wand

                   $6000 Meter Replacement

                   $4000 ½ Bobcat Equipment

·        Sewer Dept -  $5500 Clean & Camera Lines

                   $500 Ph Meter

$450 Well Street Compressor

                   $4000 ½ Bobcat Equipment

                   $650 Tires

·        Irrigation   -    $2500 Flume Gulch Support Repair

·        URA Projects -  Since it is unknown if the URA projects will be completed by the developer thru URA funds, or thru the City as normal infrastructure projects, it was agreed that the URA projects anticipated for the upcoming year also be included in the City budget.

 

After discussion, motion was made by Harper, seconded by Anderson, to approve the tentative budget totaling $4,670,369 and schedule a public hearing on the proposed budget and fee increases for ambulance, extrication, water and sewer hookup fees, etc., for 5:00pm, August 9, 2007.  Voting yea, Anderson, Harper, McClure and Underwood.  No nays.  A copy of the budget, by fund and line item is attached and hereby made a part of this record. 

 

Council reviewed the 2006-2007 Budget for the consideration of adding $5000 increased Library Fund Revenue, as a result of an unexpected grant.  The Clerk reported that the Library was just notified of the grant for $5000 to purchase four new computers in June 2007, and the grant must be spent by 8/3l/07, prior to the fiscal year end.  This expenditure would exceed the amount currently approved and appropriated for the Library Fund.  After review, motion was made by McClure, seconded by Underwood, to amend the 2006-2007 Library Fund budget to include the $5000 grant and equipment expenditure, and set a public hearing on the proposed budget amendment for 5:00pm August 9th.  Voting yea, Anderson, Harper, McClure and Underwood.  No nays.

 

The CCC’s Farmers Market was discussed at this time.  The CCCs plan to hold a Farmers Market each week for the remainder of the summer, and wish to invite all vendors to take part in this event.  They hope to have flea market sales, food sales, music etc also in connection to the Farmers Market.  Since those selling items other than produce grown on their own land would be subject to the Vendor license, the Council was asked to consider a blanket Vendor License for the event.  After lengthy discussion about the need for and purpose of Vendors licensing, motion was made by Anderson, seconded by Harper, to establish a blanket Vendor License (either Permanent or Temporary) to be issued to the event sponsor at the regular fee.  The Vendor fee paid by the event sponsor would cover all participating vendors at the event, but all vendors other than those specifically exempted by the ordinance, would still be required to complete the vendor application, sales tax form, etc., and all food vendors would be required to comply with the Resort Tax regulation.  Voting yea, Anderson, Harper, McClure and Underwood. No nays.

 

There being no further business, the special meeting was adjourned.

 

 

______________________________        ______________________________

                        Mayor                                            Clerk