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Town of Dayton
November 20, 2018

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The meeting of the Dayton Town Council was called to order at 7:00 p.m. in the Dayton Town Hall.

The Pledge of Allegiance was recited.

Members present: Mayor Anderson, Councilors Reed, Walters-Clark, Wagner and Reichert.

Members absent: None.

Junior Councilor present: Emma Schroder.

Junior Councilor Absent: Anna Buetler.

Also attending: Treasurer Vicki Cotton, Assistant Clerk Charitina Fritzler, Superintendent of Streets Billy Miller, Fire Chief Rick Bilodeau, Attorney Brendon Kerns, Sheriff Alan Thompson, Dave and Rex Randall, Randall Engineering, Chris and Sheena Bernard, Duane Norwood, Bruce Edwards, Sheridan County Emergency Management and the attached list of citizens who attended the meeting.

The agenda was approved as written on motion by Councilor Reichert and 2nd by Councilor Wagner.

The minutes of the November 5, 2018 were approved on motion by Councilor Walters-Clark and 2nd by Councilor Wagner.

Announcements and Correspondence: The Mayor informed the Council the monthly meeting of NEWY would be held in Gillette on December 8, 2018. The legislative forum will be held in Sheridan at City Hall on December 4, 2019. The WAM Winter Workshop would be held in Cheyenne February 20-22, 2019. Mayor Anderson thanked local resident Bob Heimbaugh for his nice letter to the editor thanking the Town and Billy Miller for their hard work in completing the street lighting project.

Mr. Bruce Edwards, the Sheridan County Emergency Management Coordinator spoke to the Council about the proposed Resolution #372 adopting the Region 1 Hazard Mitigation Plan.  He explained the plan needs to adopted by the County and municipalities every four years.  This resolution allows you to access FEMA grant funds in case of an emergency.  On motion by Councilor Reichert and 2nd by Councilor Walters-Clark the Resolution was passed. 

On motion by Councilor Wagner and seconded by Councilor Reed the 2nd reading of Ordinance #411 amending the definition of Cul-de-sac was approved.  All were in favor and 2nd reading passed. 

The Council acted on an Annexation Petition from Bernard Investment Group LLC for a parcel of land located at 350 East 4th Street, Dayton, Wyoming.  On motion by Councilor Reichert and 2nd by Councilor Reed the petition was approved by all.

The Council acted on an Annexation Report from Town Staff regarding the annexation of a parcel of land located at 350 East 4th Street, Dayton, Wyoming.  The report detailed the state statues required for annexation.  On motion by Councilor Reed and 2nd by Councilor Wagner the report was approved by all.

The Council acted on an Annexation Boundary Map from Bernard Investment Group LLC for a parcel of land located at 350 East 4th Street, Dayton, Wyoming.  On motion by Councilor Reed and 2nd by Councilor Reichert the map was approved by all.

Resolution #371 certifying the annexation report was acted on by the Council. 
On motion by Councilor Reichert and 2nd by Councilor Wagner.  The Resolution was approved by all. 

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The Council discussed at length the Preliminary Plat for a Subdivision titled Brookfield Acres located at 350 East 4th Street, Dayton, Wyoming.  Developer is Bernard Investment Group LLC.  The following topics were discussed by the Council and citizens:

  • MDU substation that adjoins the property and is adjacent to Dayton East Lane
  • Dayton Community Development Plan was referred to
  • Potential impact of the development on the lagoon and water treatment plants
  • Drainage issues on the property
  • South Side Ditch rights on the property.  (The ditch rights will be donated to TRHS by developer)
  • East Lane Easement
  • Heard from Dave Schroder of the State Engineer’s office on Ditch Rights.
  • Raw Water System on the proposed property
  • Fire Hydrants on the proposed property were discussed and Councilor Wagner asked that Fire Chief Bilodeau’s comment be attached to these minutes by this reference
  • Access for Emergency Equipment to the six proposed lots
  • Access to East 4th Ave. discussed
  • Covenants being placed on Subdivision property

After all of the above items had been discussed in detail on motion by Councilor Reichert and 2nd by Councilor Wagner the preliminary plat was tabled for further discussion until the next Council meeting on December 4, 2018.  Councilors Reichert, Walters-Clark and Wagner were in favor of tabling the preliminary plat for Brookfield Acres.  Councilor Reed was opposed to tabling the preliminary plat for Brookfield Acres.  The plat was tabled.

The Council discussed at length the Preliminary Plat for a Subdivision titled Morning Wood Subdivision located on East 4th Street, next to Wood Rock Subdivision, Dayton, Wyoming.  The Developer is Duane Norwood.  Attorney Brendon Kerns spoke to the Council and audience as to what preliminary plats are and the ordinances pertaining to preliminary plats.  The following topics were discussed by the Council and citizens:

  • Drainage and how it effects other homeowners and East 4th Street
  • Consideration being given to surrounding homeowners
  • Green space provided for
  • Size of the lots
  • How will future development be accommodated by this subdivision
  • Dead end water lines
  • Potential impact of the development on the lagoon and water treatment plants
  • Paving the remaining section of Eagle Rock Drive as it accesses Morning Wood
  • Hear from Fire Chief Bilodeau concerning the placement of fire hydrants
  • Discussion of the Cul-de-sac
  • Covenants being placed on Subdivision property
  • DEQ and EPA permitting discussed

On motion by Councilor Reed and 2nd by Councilor Wagner the Preliminary Plat for Morning Wood Subdivision was approved.  Councilors Reed and Wagner voted for and Councilors Reichert and Walters-Clark voted against.  Mayor Anderson voted for the preliminary plat it passed. 

Councilor Reichert stated his opinion on the policy of allowing other people ride in Town Vehicles other than the employee.  Mayor Anderson stated he had talked to our liability pool insurance company and with his permission it was permissible.  No action was taken.

Junior Councilor Emma Schroder updated the Council on TRHS activities.

With no further business to come before the Council, the meeting was adjourned at 8:45 p.m.

 

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MAYOR

ATTEST:

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Linda Lofgren

Town of Dayton
November 5, 2018

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The meeting of the Dayton Town Council was called to order at 7:00 p.m. in the Dayton Town Hall.

The Pledge of Allegiance was recited.

Members present: Mayor Anderson, Councilors Reed, Walters-Clark, Wagner, and Reichert.

Members absent: None.

Also present: Assistant Clerk Charitina Fritzler, Superintendent of Streets & Maintenance Billy Miller, Director of Water and Wastewater Jimmy Velos, Margo Iames, Brendon Kerns, Kern's Law Firm, Dave & Rex Randall of Randall Engineering, Jeremy Smith, Joey Sheeley, Marshall & Lea Hood, Cyrus Western, Ken & Sherri Washburn, Leonard Lippman, Roger Ruff, Sheridan County Sheriff's Deputy, and the Sheridan Press Reporter.

The agenda for the meeting was approved on motion by Councilor Wagner and seconded by Councilor Reichert.

The minutes of the October 17, 2018 One-Cent Public Meeting were approved on motion by Councilor Walters-Clark and seconded by Councilor Reed.

The minutes of the October 17, 2018 secondary meeting were approved following a correction of the new banners.  Correction is from 3 inches to 3 feet x 18 inches on motion by Councilor Reichert and seconded by Councilor Wagner.

Reports: Employee Billy Miller provided an update on the pedestrian-crossing sign. WYDOT representative Michelle Edwards explained that Dayton is permitted one pedestrian-crossing sign and is required to have a study conducted by an engineering firm to comply with American's with Disability Act. Further discussion will be need to be held on the project.

Approve Warrants: On motion by Councilor Reed and seconded by Councilor Walters-Clark, the warrants were approved in the amount of $132,318.68. A copy of these bills are attached and made a part of these minutes by this reference.

Announcements and Correspondence: Mayor Anderson read a thank you note from Sierra McCoy, for their use of the bandshell for Counting Stars.

Old Business: None.

Clerk Linda Lofgren administered the Oath of Office to Junior Councilors Emma Schroder and Anastasia Beutler.  The Council welcomed them.

On motion by Councilor Reed and seconded by Councilor Wagner the first reading of Ordinance #411 amending definition of Cul-de-sac was approved.  Councilors Reed, Wagner and Reichert approved.  Opposed by Councilor Walters-Clark because she wants the fire chief’s opinion. First reading of Ordinance #411 passed.  

On motion by Councilor Walters-Clark and seconded by Councilor Reed the February 20, 2018 Council Meeting was moved to Tuesday, February 19, 2019 due to the WAM Winter Conference.

Citizen Communique: None.

With no further business to come before the Council, the meeting was adjourned at 7:24 p.m.

 

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MAYOR

ATTEST:

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Clerk Linda Lofgren

Town of Dayton
October 17, 2018

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The secondary meeting of the Dayton Town Council was called to order at 7:00 p.m.

The Pledge of Allegiance was recited.

Members present: Mayor Anderson, Councilors Reed, Wagner, and Walters-Clark.

Members absent: Councilor Reichert.

Also present: Superintendent of Streets & Maintenance Billy Miller, Assistant Clerk Charitina Fritzler, Bob Wood, Jeremy Smith, Roger & Robin Ruff, Ken & Sherri Washburn, Joey Sheeley, County Commissioner Chairman Mike Nickel, Marshall and Lea Hood, Gina Donner, Deputy Sheriff Thompson and Ryan Swanson from Trihydro Engineering.

The agenda for the meeting was amended with the addition of 2A to discuss banners for the new Street Lights. On motion by Councilor Reed and seconded by Councilor Wagner – the agenda was approved as amended.

The October 8, 2018 minutes were approved on motion by Councilor Wagner and seconded by Councilor Reed.

Announcements and Correspondence: None.

Old Business: None.

Discussion was held on Resolution #370 which determines a revised rate – category change for garbage.  On motion by Councilor Walters-Clark it was approved to set a new category change and seconded by Councilor Wagner.  Marshall Hood requested to see the previous rates.  The Resolution #370 will be acted on at the December 19, 2018 Council meeting.

Discussion was held on the Trihydro Engineering proposal for mapping the cemetery.  Ryan Swanson, Project Engineer reviewed with the Council the proposal on the Town mapping modifications and the cemetery staking for an accurate mapping of the cemetery.  The total cost to map the cemetery is $6,042.00.  On motion by Councilor Reed the proposal was approved and seconded by Councilor Walters-Clark.  The Town mapping will occur in the spring.

Superintendent of Streets & Maintenance Billy Miller addressed the Council on banners for the new street lights.  The old banners will not attach to the new street lights. The new banners are 3’ x 18”.  He proposed to amend the budget to purchase the banners at a cost of $1,525.00 as well as LED decorative lights at a cost of $9,760.90.  If ordered now, the banners will arrive by December 1, 2018. On motion by Councilor Reed it was approved to order the banners and seconded by Councilor Walters-Clark.  On motion by Councilor Walters-Clark it was approved to order the LED decorative lights and seconded by Councilor Reed.  The banners and lights will be funded from One-Cent Optional Funding.

Citizens Communiqué:  Gina Donner came before the Council and announced that Susan McLean, the previous Town Clerk had passed away recently.  She requested the Town of Dayton consider donating a bench in the park and plaque as a memorial to Ms. McLean’s service to the Town of Dayton.  The cost is estimated to be $2,000.  On motion by Councilor Walters-Clark it was approved to order the bench and plaque and seconded by Councilor Wagner. 

There were no future agenda items requested by Council members.

With no further business to come before the Council, the meeting was adjourned at 7:16 p.m.

 

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MAYOR

ATTEST:

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Linda Lofgren, Clerk

Town of Dayton
PUBLIC MEETING
One-Cent Optional Sales Tax
October 17, 2018

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An informal Public Meeting was held on October 17, 2018 in the Dayton Town Hall Council Chambers commencing at 6:00 p.m. to review Sheridan County's One-Cent Optional Sales Tax Ballot Initiative.

Members present: Mayor Norm Anderson, Councilors Reed, Walters-Clark and Wagoner.

Members absent: Councilor Reichert.

Junior Councilors present: None.

Also present: Superintendent of Streets & Maintenance Billy Miller, County Commissioner Chairman Mike Nickel, Ken and Sherri Washburn, Roger and Robin Ruff, and the Sheridan Press Reporter.

A public meeting was held to review and answer any questions citizens might have concerning the One-Cent Optional Sales Tax Ballot Initiative.  Commissioner Nickel and councilors visited with the people who attended in an informal setting. 

No action was taken.

The meeting ended at 7:00 p.m.

 

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MAYOR

ATTEST:

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Linda Lofgren, Town Clerk

Town of Dayton
October 8, 2018

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The meeting of the Dayton Town Council was called to order at 7:00 p.m. in the Dayton Town Hall.

The Pledge of Allegiance was recited.

Members present: Mayor Anderson, Councilors Reed, Walters-Clark, Wagner, and Reichert.

Members absent: None.

Also present: Assistant Clerk Charitina Fritzler, Superintendent of Streets & Maintenance Billy Miller, Jeremy Smith and the Sheridan County Sheriff's Deputy.

The agenda for the meeting was approved on motion by Councilor Wagner and seconded by Councilor Reichert.

Reports: Billy Miller gave the Council an update on the Street Lighting project. He stated the lights are 100% working and the project punch-list is complete. A final walk through is scheduled. Also, WYDOT has allowed Dayton only one pedestrian-crossing sign due to population size. The location allowed is on Fourth and Main Street. He will start the permit process. Councilor Reichert informed the Council the TRVJPB project for Natural Gas is moving forward.

Approve Warrants: On motion by Councilor Reichert and seconded by Councilor Walters-Clark, the warrants were approved in the amount of $72,805.48. A copy of these bills is attached and made a part of these minutes by this reference.

Announcements and Correspondence: Mayor Anderson announced the informational One-Cent Optional Sales Tax Public Meeting is to occur on October 17th at 6–7:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers. The Northeast Mayors of Wyoming meeting will take place on October 20th in Gillette, Wyoming. The Planning Committee will meet tomorrow night at 7:00 p.m. in the Lucille Alley Room to further discuss subdivison rules and regulations of Title 16 of the Town of Dayton Code.

Old Business: Discussions on building permits was held. The Sheridan County Conservation District Water Improvement Project was discussed.

On motion by Councilor Reed and seconded by Councilor Wagner it was approved to move the secondary Council Meeting from November 21, 2018 to November 20, 2018 due to the Thanksgiving Holiday and the Town Hall being closed on November 21st.  The date change was approved.

On motion by Councilor Reed and seconded by Councilor Wagner the December 3, 2018 Council Meeting was moved to December 4, 2018 so that the Council can attend the Annual Rotary Senior Citizen Dinner. 

On motion by Councilor Reichert and seconded by Councilor Reed, Resolution #369 was approved for raising opening and closing fees for burials in the Dayton Cemetery.

No Citizen Communique´.

Council requested a copy of a historical overview of the past Cap Tax and One-Cent Optional funds.

With no further business to come before the Council, the meeting was adjourned at 7:45 p.m.

 

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MAYOR

ATTEST:

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Clerk Linda Lofgren

Town of Dayton
September 26, 2018

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The secondary meeting of the Dayton Town Council was called to order at 7:00 p.m.

The Pledge of Allegiance was recited.

Members present: Mayor Anderson, Councilors Reed, Wagner, Reichert and Walters-Clark.

Members absent: None.

Also present: Superintendent of Streets & Maintenance Billy Miller, Director of Water and Wastewater Jimmy Velos, Robin Ruff, Deputy Sheriff Mullikin, reporter TJ Parks, Cyrus Western, Angela Klebba, Dave Engels & Pete Rakowski of Entech, Kevin Adams, Charitina Fritzler, Mr. & Mrs. Hood, and Bret Barney.

The agenda for the meeting was approved with the addition of 2A to act on a request from Kevin Adams for a permit for fireworks at the Tongue River High School for Homecoming.

Announcements: The Town of Dayton received a Thank You from Shire Valley for awarding them the Yard of the Month for Commercial Properties.

The September 4, 2018 minutes were approved on motion by Councilor Reed and seconded by Councilor Wagner.

Old Business: None

Engineers Dave Engels and Pete Rakowski updated the Council on projects that had been put out for bid.  The UV project at the sewer lagoon was not included in the bid.  Dave Engels recommended that the bid be awarded to the low bidder, which was GW Construction out of Gillette.  They bid $230,211.50 which was only $2,760.00 over the engineers estimate.  On motion by Councilor Reichert and seconded by Councilor Wagner the bid was awarded to GW Construction.

Mayor Anderson called for a motion to appoint Bret Barney to the Town of Dayton Planning Committee.  Councilor Reed moved, Councilor Reichert seconded and the motion passed.

Action was taken on the permit for TRHS to have fireworks for their Homecoming.  On motion by Councilor Walters-Clark and seconded by Councilor Wagner, the permit was approved.

Citizens Communiqué:  Mrs. Hood showed the Council a Wyoming REA magazine which showed a picture of the Foothills Campground and mentioned that it was in Dayton Wyoming.  She was pleased with the free advertising.  Cyrus Western mentioned that he wanted to be an advocate for the town and anyone should feel free to contact him with any questions or concerns.

There were no future agenda items requested by Council members.

With no further business to come before the Council, the meeting was adjourned at 7:30 p.m.

 

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MAYOR

ATTEST:

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Clerk Linda Lofgren

Town of Dayton
September 4, 2018

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The meeting of the Dayton Town Council was called to order at 7:00 p.m. in the Dayton Town Hall.

The Pledge of Allegiance was recited.

Members present: Mayor Anderson, Councilors Reed, Walters-Clark, Wagner, and Reichert.

Members absent: None.

Also present: Assistant Clerk Charitina Fritzler, Superintendent of Streets & Maintenance Billy Miller, Director of Water & Wastewater Jimmy Velos, Roger and Robin Ruff, Robert Wiley, Torren and Callie True, Jeremy Smith, Sheriff Deputies (2), Cyrus Western and Reporter.

The agenda for the meeting was approved as written.

The Utility Clerk and Building Permit reports were acknowledged.  A copy of the Utility Clerk report is attached and made a part of these minutes by this reference.

The minutes of the August 15, 2018 secondary meeting were approved on motion by Councilor Reichert and 2nd by Councilor Reed.

Reports: Billy Miller gave the Council an update on the street lighting project and park gazebo work. He stated the raw water will be shut off on October 1st. Councilor Reichert informed the Council the TRVJPB is moving forward on obtaining permits for the right of way for natural gas line construction. They are hoping to go out for bid for natural gas in January of 2019.

On motion by Councilor Reed and 2nd by Councilor Walters-Clark, the warrants were approved in the amount of $273,935.87.  A copy of these bills is attached and made a part of these minutes by this reference.

Announcements and Correspondence: Mayor Anderson requested to move the next Council Meeting to September 26th. On motion by Walters-Clark, and 2nd by Councilor Reed, the motion passed.

Old Business: "Yard of the Month" for the month of August was awarded to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wiley of 33 Sand Turn Court. "Most Improved Residential Property" for 2018 was awarded to Mr. and Mrs. Josh Wilson of 219 W. 3rd Avenue. "Most Improved Commercial Property" for 2018 was awarded to Shire Valley Farms, Brad and Wanda Johnston of 714 Main Street. All parties were awarded letters and gifts from the Council.

Clerk Linda Lofgren administered the Oath of Office to Assistant Clerk Charitina Fritzler.  The Council welcomed her.

Discussion occurred concerning the Cemetery grave opening and closing fees.  Currently, the fees for grave opening and closing are as follows:

Town of Dayton
Casket: $150
Cremains: $75

Sheridan - Monday - Friday and higher on weekends
Casket: $450
Cremains: $150

During the discussion it was mentioned that Trihydro will be mapping the cemetery.  On motion by Councilor Walters-Clark and 2nd by Councilor Wagner, all were in favor of Trihydro mapping the Cemetery.

Discussion was held to double the Town’s Cemetery grave opening and closing fees.  Mayor Anderson asked for a motion for the fees to be doubled.   On motion by Councilor Reed and 2nd by Councilor Wagner, the Town Cemetery’s new opening and closing fees will double to:  Casket $300 and for Cremains $150.  A Resolution will be presented to the Council confirming the new fees.

Discussion occurred concerning the Council joining the Planning Committee on September 11, 2018.  Attorney Brendon Kerns will conduct the discussion on what it takes to annex property according to state statute. On motion by Councilor Reichert and 2nd by Councilor Walters-Clark.  The motion was approved to have the Council join the planning committee meeting.

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Council Comment & Future Agenda Items: Councilor Walters-Clark asked for a discussion of the Council on the commercial building permit process to be added to a future agenda. She also requested a discussion of the Sheridan County Conversation District River Restoration Project be added to a future agenda as well.

Citizen's Communique: Callie True thanked the Town employees for their hard work and for the great pressure on the raw water system.

With no further business to come before the Council, the meeting was adjourned at 7:30 p.m.

 

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MAYOR

ATTEST:

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Clerk Linda Lofgren

Town of Dayton
August 15, 2018

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The secondary meeting of the Dayton Town Council was called to order at 7:00 p.m.

The Pledge of Allegiance was recited.

Members present: Mayor Anderson, Councilors Reed, Wagner and Walters-Clark.

Members absent: Councilor Reichert.

Also present: Tongue River Valley Community Center Executive Director Erin Kilbride, Superintendent of Streets & Maintenance Billy Miller, Roger and Robin Ruff, Sheriff Alan Thompson, reporter TJ Parks, Sheridan Press Reporter, Cyrus Western, Angela Klebba, and Joey Sheeley.

The agenda for the meeting was approved as written.

The August 6, 2018 minutes were approved on motion by Councilor Walters-Clark and seconded by Councilor Wagner.

Announcements: Mayor Anderson announced there will be a Dayton Clean Up Day on September 15th. The NEWY group is hosting a Legislator Staffer's Tour. They will be in Dayton August 16th. The Town of Dayton received a thank you note from the Sheridan Wyo. Rodeo Wranglers for allowing them to participate in Dayton Days.

Old Business: None.

Erin Kilbride, Executive Director of the Tongue River Valley Community Center, gave an end of year report on the Art Badgett Swimming Pool.  Sarah Nielsen was the Pool Manager this year.  She did a great job.  There were 3,659 visits this summer.  There were 107 children signed up for the swim lessons.  The TR Community Center gave 3 family scholarships for season swimming passes and 12 scholarships for swimming lessons.  The scholarships were paid for with some of the money from the Art Badgett Memorial fund.  All in all, it was a good year for the pool.

Councilor Laurie Walters-Clark presented a report on the surveys received earlier this year about installing exercise equipment in the Scott Bi-Centennial Park. This survey was done by the TR Valley Community Center because this issue was brought to the Council by them. Councilor Walters-Clark said since she was on the Board of Directors for the Community Center she would only be reporting on the survey and not voting on whether or not the equipment should be installed.  Councilor Wagner motioned to place the equipment in the park.  The motion then died for lack of a second.

The Council acted on third and final reading of Ordinance #409 amending the nuisance ordinance.  Councilor Reed made a motion to pass the amendment and Councilor Walters-Clark seconded.  The motion passed.

There were no Citizens Communiqué or Council requests for future agenda items.

With no further business to come before the Council, the meeting was adjourned at 7:34 p.m.

 

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MAYOR

ATTEST:

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Vicki Cotton, Treasurer

Town of Dayton
August 6, 2018

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The meeting of the Dayton Town Council was called to order at 7:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers.

The Pledge of Allegiance was recited.

Members present: Mayor Anderson, Councilors Reichert, Councilor Wagner and Reed.

Members absent: Councilor Laurie Walters-Clark.

Also present: Director of Water and Wastewater Jimmy Velos, Bob Wood, Joey Sheeley, Cyrus Western, Jeremy Smith, Gina Donnor, Marshall Hood.

The agenda for this council meeting was approved with exception of the Dayton Mercantile cancelling request for street closure on September 8, 2018.

The Mayor introduced Charitina Fritzler as the new Assistant Clerk to replace current Clerk Linda Lofgren.  Linda is retiring March 1, 2019.

The Minutes of the July 17, 2018 secondary Council meeting were approved on motion by Councilor Reed and 2nd by Councilor Wagner.

The Utility Clerk Report was acknowledged as well as the building permits.  A copy of the report is attached and made a part of these minutes by this reference.

The Fire and Rescue Report was acknowledged.

Upon motion by Councilor Wagner and seconded by Councilor Reichert the warrants were approved in the amount of $243,250.61.  A copy of these bills is attached and made a part of these minutes by this reference.

Announcements & correspondence: Mayor Anderson mentioned the Street Lighting Project started after Dayton Days and should be complete by September 22, 2018.

Old Business: None.

The Council awarded the Yard of the Month to Jason and Christina Rainey whose residence is at 15 Woodrock Road. They were not present to receive the letter or the yard of the month sign. Lorren Lane will deliver the items tomorrow.

Mayor Anderson read a thank you letter to former Mayor Bob Wood for his contribution to Dayton Days as Chairman. Mr. Wood acknowledged that Linda and Vicki in the office do a lot to help with Dayton Days.

The Council acted on the Catering Beer Permit requested by Gina Donnor of Gallery on Main. On motion by Councilor Reichert and seconded by Councilor Reed, the motion passed.  Upon payment of the $50.00 fee, Gina Donnor will receive the permit.

The Council acted on second reading of Ordinance #409 amending the nuisance ordinance. Councilor Reichert moved and Councilor Wagner seconded to approve Ordinance #409 on second reading.  The motion passed.

On motion by Councilor Reed and seconded by Councilor Reichert, Resolution #366 appointing Dennis Wagner to the Tongue River Joint Powers Board was approved.

Council Requests for Future Agenda Items: None.

With no further business to come before the Council, the meeting was adjourned at 7:20 p.m.

 

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MAYOR

ATTEST:

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Vicki Cotton, Treasurer

 
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