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Regular Meeting of the Council Members of the City of Nixa, Missouri

Nixa City Hall                                                                                  March 11, 2019    7:00 p.m.

The regular monthly meeting of the Nixa City Council was called to order by Mayor Pro-Tem Jimmy Ledbetter, Jr.  Attending were Council Members, Justin Orf, Jimmy Ledbetter Jr., Aron Peterson, Darlene Graham and Scott Perryman.  Mayor Steele and Matt Barker were absent.

The pledge of allegiance was given.

Visitors:

Public Works Director, Doug Colvin presented a certificate of completion to Scott Perryman from the APPA.  Perryman accompanied Colvin to the American Public Power Association Legislative Rally in Washington D.C.

Presentations:

Donna Hartman with Remax gave her yearly real estate review. Hartman reported eight hundred eighty-three (883) homes were sold in 2018. Newly constructed homes were at a 17% increase, Nixa has a higher percentage rate on new construction homes than surrounding communities. Springfield’s numbers were down last year. The prices of homes sold range from $200,000.00 to $300,000.00. Homes are on the market for an average of twenty-one (21) days.  

Sucker Day update was presented by Samantha Kelly. Fleischmann’s Vinegar Company was contacted regarding their truck schedule and no issues are anticipated with the deliveries. Information was mailed to the businesses located in the area as well as the Nixa Senior Center. Numerous booths will be onsite including a ceramic zone, kid zone inflatables, farm zone and many more. A beer garden will be on site and operated by 4C’s Sertoma group in an enclosed area on the city parking lot, with security and one (1) patrol officer. Live music will be presented on two (2) stages. The Sucker Day Committee has made a request for assistance from Nixa Utilities to help with power drops and hook-ups needed for the event.  Chris Russell Nixa Chamber of Commerce Director requested $10,000.00 from the City to help secure entertainment, rides and other materials needed for Sucker Day.  City Administrator Jimmy Liles stated on the advice of City Attorney Tim Ricker this request will need to be brought back at a later meeting in the form of a resolution for approval.

Show Me Christian County Director Andrea Sitzes updated Council on the first (1st) year of operation. A strategic planning session was held in January. The strategic plan has been completed, with the next step being the action planning phase.  Sitzes gave an overview of various projects. Over the past year eleven (11) leads were received, with six (6) additional in the past couple of months. Sitzes explained twenty-two (22) business assists were done over the past year. Two (2) projects which created thirty-two (32) jobs, twelve (12) with VoiceXP and twenty (20) with Creative Car Audio.

Chief of Police Joe Campbell presented the Police Department’s Annual Report. The belief statement hasn’t been updated in recent years.  The statement provides direction, core values and guiding principles. Currently there are forty (40) officers employed. Staff with nine (9) years or less experience make-up much of the department. Campbell stated he there has been an increase in service calls. Each shift works about twenty-four (24) calls. Campbell also stated there will be a formal recognition for his department at the March 25th council meeting.

Planning and Development Director Travis Cossey gave an overview of the ISO (Insurance Services Office) Rating. The ISO conducted of Nixa’s Building Department gave a 4 out of 10 rating; with 10 being worst. The ratings can affect homeowner’s insurance in the community. Nixa’s rating was an indication of the efforts to mitigate property damage through implementation as well as enforcement of building codes. Nixa rates higher than the averages for county, state and national level. The one (1) area of improvement suggested was training. The State of Missouri doesn’t require certification for building trades and building inspectors because a certification program doesn’t exist.  Cossey’s department attends training via conferences and online training.

 Resolutions:

Resolution #2019-021

Adopting the Revised City of Nixa Personnel Handbook was presented. Human Resources Director Amanda Hunsucker indicated this resolution was regarding comp time. Graham made a motion to postpone this resolution until the March 25th meeting to allow for further discussion Perryman seconded the motion and all Council members voted aye. The resolution was postponed. 

Resolution #2019-031

Authorizing the Application and/or Acceptance of a Non-Matching Grant from the Nixa Community Foundation for the Purchase of Weather Radios was presented. Liles explained this resolution is a grant for weather radios. The goal is to be able to buy one hundred (100) weather radios with an emphasis to distribute to seniors and special needs members of the community that live inside the city limits. Mayor Pro-Tem Ledbetter Jr. opened the public hearing for comments, no comments were made and the public hearing was closed.  Mayor Pro-Tem Lebetter Jr. called for a motion. Orf made a motion to approve Resolution #2019-031 with Peterson seconding and all Council members voting aye.   

Resolution #2019-032

Authorizing the Application and/or Acceptance of a Non-Matching Grant from the Wal-Mart Community Grant Program for the Purchase of Weather Radios was presented.  The explanation from the previous resolution will apply to Resolution #2019-032 as well. Mayor Pro-Tem Ledbetter Jr. opened the public hearing for comments, no comments were made and the public hearing was closed.  Mayor Pro-Tem Ledbetter Jr. called for a motion.  Peterson made a motion to approve Resolution #2019-032 with Orf seconding and all Council members voting aye.

Resolution #2019-033

Authorizing the Application and/or Acceptance of a Non-Matching Grant from the Wal-Mart Community Grant Program for the Purchase of Cameras for Police was presented.  Campbell is asking for permission to apply/accept for the purchase of digital cameras. The technology of the current camera is out of date and need to be replace. The grant sought will be for $3,360.00 to purchase fifteen (15) Nikon digital cameras. This will replace all cameras for the Patrol Division.  Mayor Pro-Tem Ledbetter Jr. opened the public hearing for comments, no comments were made and the public hearing was closed. Mayor Pro-Tem Ledbetter Jr. called for a motion. Graham made a motion to approve Resolution #2019-033 with Perryman seconding and all Council members voting aye.

Discussion Items:

Campbell explained the Police Department is revising the policy manual and will be brought back at the next Council meeting for approval. Campbell stated there will be more revised policies presented to council in the next couple of months for approval.

Cossey explained the solar panel permit process. There has been an increase in solar panels as an additional source of power. The permits were previously issued under miscellaneous permits. The fee for a miscellaneous permit was determined by the value of the improvement. The set fee may encourage an increase in permits. The proposed amount for the permit will be $40.00.

Mayor and Council Member Reports:

NixPO will be Saturday March 16th from 9am-3pm at Nixa High School.

Executive Session:

At 8:27 p.m., Graham made a motion to move to executive session pursuant to RSMo 610.021.2- Real Estate with Orf seconding and Orf, Ledbetter Jr., Peterson, Graham and Perryman voting aye on roll call vote.

Council returned to regular session at 8:45 p.m.

Adjourn:

At 8:46 p.m., Peterson made a motion to adjourn with Orf seconding and all Council members voting aye. 

 

 

 Regular Meeting of the Council Members of the City of Nixa, Missouri

Nixa City Hall                                                                          March 25th, 2019     7:00 p.m.

The regular monthly meeting of the Nixa City Council was called to order by Mayor Brian Steele.  Attending were Council Members Matt Barker, Justin Orf, Jimmy Ledbetter, Jr. Aron Peterson, Darlene Graham and Scott Perryman.

The pledge of allegiance was given.

Consent Agenda:

Mayor Steele called for a motion on the Consent Agenda. Ledbetter made a motion to accept the consent agenda as presented, items a through c, and approve.  Orf seconded the motion and Orf, Ledbetter, Peterson, Graham, Perryman and Barker voted aye on roll call vote.

Visitors:

Eric Albers, representing the Downtown Revitalization Committee, addressed Council with a request for a resolution of support.  Albers explained the Downtown Revitalization Committee is filling out the application for the Missouri Main Street grant program and the application requests a resolution of support.  Albers explained he has already gathered the other needed documents for the application.  Albers also stated the resolution of support is not a commitment of funds, but merely states the City supports the group’s efforts and supports the grant application.  After a brief discussion, Council thanked Albers for his request.  Council then directed staff to bring back a resolution of support to the next scheduled meeting for their consideration. 

Service Award and Employee Promotions:

Mayor Steele recognized Nate Miller for his ten (10) years of service with the Public Works Department.  Public Works Director Doug Colvin stated Miller started out with the city as a meter reader and after moving to code enforcement, ended up as the assistant public works inspector.  Colvin said Miller has done a great job for the past two (2) years in the role of assistant public works inspector. He’s a hard worker and is a big asset to the department.

City Administrator Jimmy Liles recognized Nixa’s Park and Recreation Director Matt Crouse for recently receiving the Missouri Park and Recreation Association’s Associate Fellow Award.  Liles explained this award is a huge honor for Crouse.  A short video was shown highlighting Crouse’s involvement in the Park Department. 

Police Chief Joe Campbell addressed Council with the announcement of recent promotions and thanked them for allowing this recognition and badge pinning during the Council meeting.

Campbell began by announcing the promotion of Major Chad Tennis. Tennis is in his nineteenth (19th) year for the city and has served a wide variety of roles including: detective, corporal, sergeant and lieutenant.   Tennis has an associate degree, is a graduate of the Missouri Police Chief’s Command College and is currently working on his bachelor’s degree.   Campbell said Tennis is a tremendous asset to the department and will be great in his new role.  Major Chad Tennis was pinned by his wife Ashley.  

Next, Tennis announced the promotion of Lieutenant Jason Fleetwood.  Fleetwood has worked for the city for six (6) years.  Tennis said Fleetwood has been assigned as the commander over the entire operations division. 

Tennis announced the promotion of Sergeant Jason Bennett.  Bennett has worked for the city for eleven (11) years.  Tennis said Bennett has been assigned to Squad 1 in the operations division. 

Tennis announced the promotion of Sergeant Joe Daugherty.  Daugherty has worked for the city for eight (8) years.  Tennis said Daugherty has been assigned to Squad 2 in the operations division. 

Tennis announced the promotion of Corporal Tom Cole.  Cole has worked for the city for three (3) years.  Tennis said Cole has been assigned to Squad 2 in the operations division. 

Tennis announced the promotion of Corporal Thadeus McVeigh.  McVeigh has worked for the city for three (3) years.  Tennis said McVeigh has been assigned to Squad 1 in the operations division. 

Council congratulated the group on their promotions and thanked them for their service. 

Next, Tennis presented the 2018 Award of Marksmanship to Officer Johnny Williams.  Tennis explained the award is given to an officer who demonstrates skill and proficiency in marksmanship.  Tennis explained at the end of the year, the department holds a timed competition to test the officer’s agility, shooting scenarios and rifle and pistol test to determine the best shooter.  This year the top performer was Officer Williams.

The 2018 Award of Life Saving is a recognition of lifesaving actions taken to assist someone in imminent risk of death.  Tennis said this year’s recipients were Officer Hilburn and Officer Henderson.  On July 22, 2018, officers were dispatched to McDonald’s for a medical call.  When Henderson and Hilburn arrived on scene, they began administrating CPR on a man for approximately two (2) minutes before EMS personnel arrived.  The victim made it to the hospital and without the lifesaving efforts of these officers, the man would not have survived the incident.  Tennis also recognized former Nixa Officer Petersen for his efforts during the call.

Tennis presented the 2018 Award of Merit to three (3) officers.  The Award of Merit is an award for exceptional work above and beyond the call of duty to improve the overall service of the department.  The first award went to Officer Seiner.  Officer Seiner had the most DWI related charges, with thirty-six (36), more than any other officer in the department.  The next Award of Merit went to Officer Hilburn.  Hilburn had the most drug-related charges of any other officer with one hundred thirty-nine (139) charges. The final award was presented to Sergeant Daugherty for averaging over fifteen (15) calls each day each month. 

The final award for the evening was for the 2018 Officer of the Year Award.  Tennis explained this award is the highest honor given by the Nixa Police Department.  Each year the award goes to a single officer who has consistently exemplified the mission, vision and values of the department.  The year the award was presented to Officer Frank Donohue.  Tennis said Officer Donohue has excelled in traffic enforcement, making more traffic stops that any other officer.  Tennis said Donohue took 2,318 calls for service in 2018.  Officer Donohue is always in a good mood and willing to help.  Donohue covers shifts when needed and frequently attends law enforcement funerals to pay his respects.  Officer Donohue was in the “Footloose” lip synch challenge video and has been in the webcast “Between Two Flamingos” where he was invited to speak about his recollections on the events of 9/11 during his time as a New York officer.

Mayor Steele congratulated all the officers promoted and award winners for their service to the community.

Bid Award:

Colvin addressed Council with a request for a bid award.  Colvin explained that the annual request for proposal (RFP) was sent out for the 2019 Mill and Overlay Project. Staff received two (2) bids for the project with low bid coming from Journagan Construction.  Journagan’s bid at $58.40 per ton for asphalt and $2.35 per square yard of milling, for a total bid of $168,950.15. Staff recommends awarding the bid for the project to Journagan. Graham made a motion to award the 2019 Mill and Overlay Project to Journagan Construction with Ledbetter seconding and all Council members voting aye.  

Utility Billing Supervisor Deanna Allen addressed Council with a request for a bid award.  Allen explained that a request for proposal (RFP) was sent out for 3rd party print and mail service for the printing and mailing of all utility bills, late notices and final statements.  Eight (8) bids were received and after review, the top three (3) companies were chosen to have reference checks performed. Upon receipt of the reference check, Allen stated staff recommends awarding the bid to InfoSend.  Ledbetter made a motion to award the bid to InfoSend with Peterson seconding and all Council members voting aye.   

Colvin addressed Council with a request for a bid award.  Colvin explained that the annual request for proposal (RFP) was sent out for the 2019 Water Tower Maintenance Project. The planned tower maintenance program for this year included: grinding, re-welding and repainting existing welds of Tower #1, Power washing exterior surface and interior wet surface, touch-up painting, hand tool cleaning, grouting and repainting of bottom plate and detailed inspection report of Tower #6.  Staff received six (6) qualified bids for the project with low bid coming from Midwest Maintenance and Coatings, LLC.  Bids ranged anywhere from $26,500.00 to $114,000.00.  Staff recommends awarding the bid for the project to Midwest Maintenance. Ledbetter made a motion to award the 2019 Tower Maintenance Project to Midwest Maintenance with Orf seconding and all Council members voting aye.  

Ordinances:

Bill #2019-031

Establishing a Permit Fee for Solar Panel Installation was presented. Ledbetter made a motion to approve Bill #2019-031 on first reading and pass to second with Peterson seconding. Planning and Development Director Travis Cossey explained that during the March 11th meeting, staff was directed to establish a permitting process for solar panel installation and propose a permit fee.  Cossey explained a permit was needed specifically for solar panels which would streamline the process, making it easier for customers to obtain the necessary permit.  The ordinance presented also sets the permit fee at $40.00.   Mayor Steele opened the public hearing for comments, no comments were made, and the hearing was closed.  Mayor Steele called for a vote on the motion and all Council members voted aye.  Bill # 2019-031 was presented for final reading.  Barker made a motion to approve Bill #2019-031 on final reading and pass into law with Graham seconding and Ledbetter, Peterson, Graham, Perryman, Barker and Orf voting aye on roll call vote.

Bill #2019-032

Authorizing the Mayor to Sign an Agreement for Professional Services with Burns and McDonnell Engineering Company, Inc. for a Bio-Solids Alternatives Study was presented. Ledbetter made a motion to approve Bill #2019-032 on first reading and pass to second with Peterson seconding. Colvin said the ordinance presented for consideration authorizes the Mayor to sign an agreement with Burns and McDonnell to complete a Bio-Solids Study at the Wastewater Treatment Plant.  This study should develop at least three (3) alternatives for disposal of bio-solids.  Colvin said the cost of the study was $58,000.00 and should be completed by the end of the summer.  Staff recommends approval of the ordinance presented. Mayor Steele opened the public hearing for comments, no comments were made, and the hearing was closed.  Mayor Steele called for a vote on the motion and all Council members voted aye.  Bill # 2019-032 was presented for final reading.  Ledbetter made a motion to approve Bill #2019-032 on final reading and pass into law with Peterson seconding and Peterson, Graham, Perryman, Barker, Orf and Ledbetter voting aye on roll call vote.

Bill #2019-033

Authorizing the Mayor to Enter into an Intergovernmental Cost Share Agreement between the Christian County Commission and the City of Nixa for Road and Bridge Improvements was presented. Peterson made a motion to approve Bill #2019-033 on first reading and pass to second with Perryman seconding. Colvin said the city annually applies for Christian County sales tax funds which are allocated for transportation/street projects through a grant process. Colvin reported that Street Superintendent Jeff Roussell submitted an application for a combination of sidewalk and roadway improvement projects. Colvin was happy to announce that Nixa was awarded $113,586.96 for the projects indicated in the application.  The ordinance presented authorizes the Mayor to sign the agreement to receive the funds.  Staff recommends approval of the ordinance presented. Mayor Steele opened the public hearing for comments, no comments were made, and the hearing was closed.  Mayor Steele called for a vote on the motion and all Council members voted aye.  Bill # 2019-033 was presented for final reading.  Ledbetter made a motion to approve Bill #2019-033 on final reading and pass into law with Barker seconding and Graham, Perryman, Barker, Orf, Ledbetter and Peterson voting aye on roll call vote.

Bill #2019-034

Allowing the Mayor to Execute a Subordination Agreement Related to a Perpetual Easement for Sanitary Sewer Across Property Owned by Roy and Deborah Burk was presented. Ledbetter made a motion to approve Bill #2019-034 on first reading and pass to second with Orf seconding. Colvin said it is necessary to obtain a utility easement across property along Little Eagle Drive to complete some sewer improvements.  The homeowner has been working with the mortgage company to grant the easement.  City Attorney Tim Ricker stated this subordination agreement allows for the easement.  Ricker said this agreement has been executed by the property owner and the mortgage company and needs to be executed by the Mayor for completion.  Mayor Steele opened the public hearing for comments, no comments were made, and the hearing was closed.  Mayor Steele called for a vote on the motion and all Council members voted aye.  Bill # 2019-034 was presented for final reading.  Ledbetter made a motion to approve Bill #2019-034 on final reading and pass into law with Peterson seconding and Perryman, Barker, Orf, Ledbetter, Peterson and Graham voting aye on roll call vote.

Bill #2019-035

Authorizing the Mayor to Execute an Amendatory Agreement #208 By and Between the United States of America Represented by the Secretary of Energy, Acting by and Through the Administrator, Southwestern Power Administration was presented. Barker made a motion to approve Bill #2019-035 on first reading and pass to second with Ledbetter seconding. Colvin discussed Bill #2019-035 and Bill #2019-036 since they involved the same information.  Colvin explained the ordinances presented this evening represent amendments to change the next-day energy supply scheduling time to on or before 2:00 p.m. so that they match up with other transmission operators.  Colvin said currently the city has three (3) agreement with SPA that include hydro power purchases and transmission of the energy.  The agreement #208 is the original agreement for hydropower deliveries.  Agreement #209 is tied to a third agreement #210 which is a three (3) party agreement with SPA, City Utilities of Springfield and Nixa. Agreement #208 is placed in suspension during the term of Agreement #209. Staff recommends approval of the ordinance presented. Mayor Steele opened the public hearing for comments, no comments were made, and the hearing was closed.  Mayor Steele called for a vote on the motion and all Council members voted aye.  Bill # 2019-035 was presented for final reading.  Ledbetter made a motion to approve Bill #2019-035 on final reading and pass into law with Peterson seconding and Barker, Orf, Ledbetter, Peterson, Graham and Perryman voting aye on roll call vote.

Bill #2019-036

Authorizing the Mayor to Execute an Amendatory Agreement #209 By and Between the United States of America Represented by the Secretary of Energy, Acting by and Through the Administrator, Southwestern Power Administration was presented. Ledbetter made a motion to approve Bill #2019-036 on first reading and pass to second with Orf seconding. Colvin said this ordinance was discussed during the previous ordinance discussion.  Colvin reiterated this ordinance changes the rate schedule for hydro peaking power, stating the city shall submit an hourly schedule on or before 2:00 p.m. each day. Staff recommends approval of the ordinance presented. Mayor Steele opened the public hearing for comments, no comments were made, and the hearing was closed.  Mayor Steele called for a vote on the motion and all Council members voted aye.  Bill # 2019-036 was presented for final reading.  Ledbetter made a motion to approve Bill #2019-036 on final reading and pass into law with Peterson seconding and Orf, Ledbetter, Peterson, Graham, Perryman and Barker voting aye on roll call vote.

Bill #2019-037

Approving the Annexation of 0.54 Acres of Land Located at 1282 W. Westside Road was presented. Ledbetter made a motion to approve Bill #2019-037 on first reading and pass to second with Barker seconding. Cossey explained the is an annexation request by Mr. Jeffery Nall, J & L Commercial Properties, LLC.  The property is located in southwest Nixa and is developed and contains a 100”X50” metal building.  The property owner is requesting that the property be annexed with an M1(manufacturing) zoning. Cossey said the owner is wanting to open a business and needs to hook on to Nixa water services.  The annexation is needed to allow for the extension of water service to serve the existing building.  Cossey reported the Planning and Zoning Commission recommends approval of the request.  Mayor Steele opened the public hearing for comments, no comments were made, and the hearing was closed.  Mayor Steele called for a vote on the motion and all Council members voted aye.  Bill # 2019-037 was presented for final reading.  Ledbetter made a motion to approve Bill #2019-037 on final reading and pass into law with Barker seconding and Ledbetter, Peterson, Graham, Perryman, Barker and Orf voting aye on roll call vote.

Bill #2019-038

Authorizing the Mayor to Allocate $10,000.00 from the Community Betterment Budget Line Item for the Nixa Sucker Day Event was presented. Barker made a motion to approve Bill #2019-038 on first reading and pass to second with Ledbetter seconding. City Attorney Tim Ricker explained this ordinance was needed to establish public purpose for the funds.  Since the event is a community event, he believes this identifies the event as having a public purpose.  Liles added this allocation of $10,000.00 would come out of the Community Betterment Line Item budgeted in this year’s budget.  Mr. Chris Russell, Nixa Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director, had provided a breakdown of the proposed allocation of funds.  The funds would cover costs associated with children’s’ rides, entertainment costs, tent rental and miscellaneous expenses.  The event is scheduled for May 17th and May 18th.    Mayor Steele opened the public hearing for comments, no comments were made, and the hearing was closed.  Mayor Steele called for a vote on the motion and all Council members voted aye.  Bill # 2019-038 was presented for final reading.  Ledbetter made a motion to approve Bill #2019-038 on final reading and pass into law with Peterson seconding and Peterson, Graham, Perryman, Barker, Orf and Ledbetter voting aye on roll call vote.

Resolutions:

Resolution #2019-035

Expressing the Intent to Close Portions of South Main, Elm, Glenn Street and the City Parking Lot for the Sucker Day Celebration was presented. Cossey explained that Mr. Chris Russell had submitted a Special Event Permit requesting street closures of Main Street from Highway 14 south to South Street to allow for the Sucker Day event planned for May 17th and 18th.  Cossey explained the closure would be from 6:00 a.m. Friday until Saturday at midnight.  Cossey said the application is also asking for permission to sell alcohol at the event utilizing the Municipal Parking Lot as a beer garden. The applicant is requesting Council to waive the city service fees identified by each department for the event, totaling $4,384.94.  Russell provided a brief summary of the event and the activities planned.   Mayor Steele opened the public hearing for comments, no comments were made, and the public hearing was closed.  Mayor Steele called for a motion. Ledbetter made a motion to approve Resolution #2019-035 with Peterson seconding and all Council members voting aye.

Discussion Items:

Unfinished Business Items:

Liles provided a PowerPoint presentation summarizing the recent PayPoint HR benefit and salary survey.  This survey reviewed the city’s compensation, benefits and classifications.  Liles stated that PayPoint’s findings showed Nixa’s benefits as being eleven percent (11%) higher than other public sector organizations.  Liles reminded Council this finding was prior to the change in the employees’ insurance premiums.  Liles stated the retirement benefits fell in-line with other organizations but pointed out that only twenty percent (20%) are contributory.  Liles said this is something that may need to be revisited down the road.  The summary gave Council an overview of how Nixa’s benefits and compensation compared to the forty-fifth (45th) percentile of the external market. Liles provided a breakdown of the formula used to determine wages.  Liles said currently, the city has three (3) pay scales and the recommendation is to move to one (1) pay scale with twenty-two (22) grades with consistent spread and consistent ladder.  Liles recommends bringing all employees up to the forty-fifth (45th) percentile.  Liles explained he would like full implementation starting April 8th with a total cost of $258,018.00. Liles said he believes this plan is affordable to do the full implementation.  Liles asked for Council direction.  After deliberation, council gave direction to proceed with the plan.  Liles will bring back a budget amendment to the next meeting for implementation.   

Liles explained the Home Rule Charter requires a one-time mandatory review of the Charter by a Charter Review Commission within ten (10) years of the original approval.  Since the Charter was adopted in 2010, the review must be completed by April of 2020.  This review commission must be made up of nine (9) qualified voters, three (3) from each district.  After receiving Council’s input, Liles submitted the following residents for consideration of appointment: District #1- Jarad Giddens, Kendal Dingus and Andrea Long.  District #2- Dr. Geral Loden, Chance Peebles and Jon Trent.  District #3-Milke Shilt, Tony Manasseri and Mark Hartsock.  After a brief discussion, Peterson made a motion to approve all the residents for appointment to the Home Rule Charter Review Commission.  Ledbetter seconded the motion and all Council members voted aye. 

Mayor and Council Member Reports:

The Municipal Election will be held April 2nd, all are encouraged to get out and vote. 

Council said they had a constituent contact them asking for a crosswalk in Kelby Creek by the clubhouse.  Staff was directed to contact the resident and research the matter.

Scott Perryman will be providing his liaison report at the next meeting and asked that the Mayor consider extending his term as public works liaison.

Adjourn:

With there being no further business, at 8:29 p.m., Ledbetter made a motion to adjourn with Peterson seconding and all Council members voting aye.