The regular meeting of the Riggins Urban Renewal Agency was called to order by Chairman and Board member Robert Crump. Other Board members present were Larry Barnard, Glenna McClure and Norm Klobetanz. Members Friend and Anderson were absent.
The minutes of the previous meeting were presented. Board members were polled and all confirmed that they had read the minutes. There were no corrections or additions added and the minutes were approved as presented. The financial statement was read detailing $2457.06 received in July, with $150 disbursements, leaving a balance of $3201.40 as of July 31, 2009. The Clerk reported that the total tax increment was much lower than expected or budgeted, and she was requested to contact Idaho County for an explanation of the tax reduction. After discussion, motion was made by Crump, seconded by McClure, to approve the financial statement. Voting yea, Barnard, Crump, McClure and Klobetanz. No nays.
After review of the financial statement, motion was made by Crump, seconded by McClure to transfer $1950 to the Sewer Obligation Reserve Fund, pay $150 to the City for September administration, and to retain $750 in the checking account to cover the consulting fees for the URD Extension plan. Voting yea, Crump, Barnard, McClure and Klobetanz. No nays. Motion carried.
At this time the public hearing on the 2009-2010 URD budget was held. There was no citizenry present to offer comment or input on the budget proposal, and no written comment had been received. After review of the 2009-2010 budget totaling $2,690,000, motion was made by McClure, seconded by Klobetanz, to pass Resolution 09-01 approving the 2009-2010 budget for submission to the City of Riggins. Voting yea, Barnard, Crump, McClure and Klobetanz. No nays. Motion carried. A copy of the resolution is attached and hereby made a part of this record.
Chairman Crump reported that contract with Recreation Engineering and Planning for the White Water Park engineering had been signed on July 31, 2009. He had met with Gary Lacy, from REP and reported that the survey has been completed for the park and bridge area, and the flood plain identified. He also reported that Lacy indicated that REP will put together the permit application information for the Corps of Engineers and Dept of Water Resources for the City.
It was reported that work had begun on the URD Plan for the proposed fourteen-year extension. A draft of the extension plan may be available for review at the September meeting.
There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned.