Centerville City Hall
250 N. Main Street
Centerville, UT 84014
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8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Monday - Friday
July 21, 2015
Minutes of the Centerville City Council meeting held Tuesday, July 21, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. at Centerville City Hall, 250 North Main Street, Centerville, Utah.
Mayor Paul A. Cutler
Council Members Tamilyn Fillmore
MEMBERS ABSENT Ken S. Averett
STAFF PRESENT Steve Thacker, City Manager
STAFF ABSENT Blaine Lutz, Finance Director/Assistant City Manager
VISITORS Interested citizens (see attached sign-in sheet)
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
PRAYER OR THOUGHT Councilwoman Fillmore
No one wished to comment.
MINUTES REVIEW AND ACCEPTANCE
Councilman Higginson made a motion to table approval of the minutes of the July 7, 2015 work session and regular Council meeting, and the July 8, 2015 joint City Council/Planning Commission meeting. Councilwoman Fillmore seconded the motion, which passed by unanimous vote (3-0).
SUMMARY ACTION CALENDAR
a. Approve list of poll workers for 2015 municipal primary election
Councilman Higginson made a motion to approve both items on the Summary Action Calendar. Councilwoman Fillmore seconded the motion, which passed by unanimous vote (3-0).
AWARD BID FOR DRAINAGE PROJECTS
Randy Randall, Public Works Director, explained four Storm Drain and Subdrain projects and answered questions from the Council. Steve Thacker, City Manager, explained the funding sources for the projects.
Councilwoman Fillmore made a motion to award bid to Kapp Construction in the total amount of $192,068.20 for Bid Schedule A, B and C and to Fusion Pipeline, Inc. in the amount of $40,185 for Bid Schedule D for the Storm Drain and Subdrain projects, and accept bid awards for materials from Old Castle in the amount of $6,584.95 (with tax) for the concrete pipe and from Western Water Works in the amount of $2,139.27 (with tax) for PVC. Councilman Higginson seconded the motion, which passed by unanimous vote (3-0).
AUTHORIZE CITY SERVICES RELATING TO STAGE 3 OF THE TOUR OF UTAH EVENT ON AUGUST 5
Davis County has been chosen as a venue to host Stage 3 of the 2015 Tour of Utah, a multi-stage cycling race across the State of Utah on August 5, 2015. Stage 3 of the Tour will ride through the entire length of Centerville City on Main Street. Davis County has asked Centerville to assist the County by providing services for the portion that will ride through the City. This involves Police, Public Works and Parks employees, Youth Council members, and other volunteers. There is also an expectation that the City will inspect the condition of Main Street in advance and sweep it as needed to minimize hazards to the racers. Councilwoman Fillmore made a motion to authorize the use of City employees and some expenditures to support Stage 3 of the Tour of Utah event. Councilman Higginson seconded the motion, which passed by unanimous vote (3-0). Mr. Thacker estimated that the cost to the City will be $800-$1,000 in Police Department expenses (for officers not normally on duty at this time) and an additional $800 if the City needs to sweep the street.
RAP TAX INVITATION
Lisa Romney, City Attorney, provided proposed language for the City utility bill insert and website inviting comments for publication regarding the RAP Tax election. Councilwoman Fillmore suggested adding the City Recorder’s contact information.
Mayor Cutler stated he plans to discuss the proposed conversion of the Fire Agency to a district with the Council at the August 4th meeting. He also anticipates a report regarding the current deer problem on August 4th.
At a previous meeting, Councilman Higginson asked if the South Davis Recreation Center would be willing to host a free admission day for Centerville citizens, as was done when the facility first opened. As Council liaison to the South Davis Recreation District, Councilwoman Fillmore reported that Recreation Center administration responded favorably, and encouraged the City to select a date. Mayor Cutler and Councilman Higginson suggested selecting a day during the winter. Councilwoman Fillmore agreed to follow up.
At 7:37 p.m. Councilman Higginson made a motion to adjourn the meeting. Councilwoman Fillmore seconded the motion, which passed by unanimous vote (3-0).