AUGUST 3, 2000
1. CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL: Council President Moore called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. Council President Moore and Councilors Church, Searcey and Moore answered the roll. Mayor Lehmann and Councilors Peterson and MacGregor were absent. A quorum was present.
2. CITIZEN COMMENTS AND CONCERNS: Howard Uhl, from Pacific View Drive addressed the Council in appreciation of the work which the Public Works crew had recently performed. Susan Woodruff, from Maple Street, addressed the Council in appreciation of the work which the Public Works crew had recently performed on the installation of speed ramps on Maple Street.
3. COUNCIL COMMENTS AND CONCERNS: Councilor Church noted that he had ridden with Deputy Endicott recently, and praised the Sheriff's Department for the work which they are doing. Councilor Searcey mentioned she had experienced the speed bumps on Maple Street and they appeared to be effective. Councilor Welch asked the Council if they were interested in having him pursue the idea of bringing natural gas to South County. Consensus was favorable. Council President Moore noted two items not on the agenda. One was an inquiry from Cynthia Anderson, widow of the late Judge Anderson, wondering if the City would be interested in a donation of his desk, to be used in one of the City offices. Consensus was favorable. The second item was in regard to receipt of a letter from the Waldport Ranger Station in regard to the proposed consolidation of the Waldport, Florence and Reedsport stations into one station, which would be located in Florence. The result of this relocation would be the loss of 25 to 30 jobs in South County. Consensus of the Council was to have Mr. Dowsett contact the Ranger Station in regard to the possibility of relocating the consolidated station here in Waldport. Council President Moore also noted the large public hearing notice which was being mailed out the following day, in regard to the public hearings scheduled for August 24 at 5:30 in regard to the expansion of the Urban Growth Boundary, the Riparian Overlay Zone, and the proposed revisions to the Development Code. The final issue raised by Council President Moore was a request from Councilor Church to attend a training on websites in Eugene. Councilor Welch moved to have Councilor Church attend, Councilor Searcey seconded, and the motion carried unanimously on a voice vote.
4. MINUTES: The Council considered the minutes from the July 6, July 11 special meeting and July 11 regular meeting. Councilor Searcey moved to approve the minutes as presented. Councilor Welch seconded, and the motion carried unanimously on a voice vote.
5. STAFF REPORTS:
A. Sheriff Report: Lt. Stallard was present to answer any questions in regard to the written report. No questions were presented.
B. City Administrator: Mr. Dowsett noted that he had spoken with Ray Bartlett that day in regard to the final draft of the rate study and SDC's which would be forthcoming after a few questions to staff. Mr. Dowsett had noted that a request had been made by an employee for a payout of vacation time. Consensus of the Council was to refer the issue to the Finance and Administration Committee. Mr. Dowsett noted that Dahl's Disposal had offered the use of a dumpster if the City/Urban Renewal Agency would pay the dump fees to Coffin Butte. Consensus of the Council was to have Mr. Dowsett pursue the issue. Mr. Dowsett noted that the City had made the final cut for the RARE program. Councilor Searcey asked about the status of the letters for the faulty windows at the Senior Center, the response to Ocean Hills regarding a request to maintain the vegetation and the letter regarding the relocation of the weigh station. All still needed to be written.
C. City Attorney: Mr. Hammersley gave a brief update regarding Handy Haven, noting that he was filing a motion for order of default, and stating that the property was up for foreclosure sale in September. He noted that discussion regarding the Sagaitis lawsuit would take place in Executive Session.
D. City Engineer: No report.
E. Public Works Director: Mr. McClintock gave a brief update regarding the progress on storm drains and road repairs. He noted that the City was still gravity feeding the water plant from the North and South impoundments, no pumping from Eckman was required. This was a definite improvement over years past. He then reviewed the other activities in the Public Works Department. Councilor Moore stated that he had heard nothing but good comments regarding the crew.
Noting the presence of the architect, the Council determined to move the Keady Wayside Park discussion up on the agenda. The architect, Melica Dedijer, addressed the Council regarding the plan. She noted that they needed approval at the meeting that evening, in order to avail themselves of the OYCC funding and personnel. Discussion ensued regarding the placement and location of the viewing station, the design, and the personnel that would be involved in the site preparation and finish work. Councilor Searcey moved to approve the plan as presented, with final design approval from the Council. Councilor Church seconded. The motion then carried unanimously on a voice vote.
6. COMMITTEE REPORTS:
A. Finance and Administration: Councilor Searcey gave a brief review of the issues from the Finance and Administration meeting, noting that they had reviewed a software demonstration. Councilor Church had volunteered to follow up on the issue with Ms. Lawson. Councilor Searcey noted that reports on the transient rental policy, business license fees and the Senior Center policy would be ready by September.
B. Infrastructure and Planning: Councilor Moore gave a brief review of the minutes from the Infrastructure meeting. He noted one additional item was to have Mr. Dowsett respond to Seal Rock Water District regarding their concerns about the upcoming public hearing process. The Committee had recommended that the Wastewater Collection Plan be referred to the September meeting for approval. The recent draft report from Ray Bartlett had included a recommendation that the City look at a water rate increase possibly in the next fiscal year. Councilor Welch gave a brief update on the tsunami siren installation, which would take place in a couple of weeks.
C. Parks & Recreation: The issue of the viewing platform at Keady Wayside was previously addressed.
7. CONSENT CALENDAR: The Council considered the following items: City Engineer Bill from June, 2000; Economic and Financial Analysis Bill from July, 2000. Councilor Searcey moved to approve the Consent Calendar, Councilor Welch seconded. The motion carried unanimously on a voice vote.
8. CORRESPONDENCE: The Council considered the following items: a letter from Census 2000 and a letter from Betty Lattie. No further action was needed.
9. INFORMATIONAL ITEMS: The Council considered the following items: Municipal Court report from July, 2000; Senior Center Board minutes from July 17, 2000; Library Board minutes and monthly circulation report. No further action was needed.
10. NEW BUSINESS:
A. Library Contract: Librarian Tierce was present to address the Council in regard to the contract. She explained that the contract, as corrected, included the fact that the District would be paying the CRSN dues on behalf of the library, rather than taking that out of the $42,900 allocation. This would be about $10,000 to the City's advantage. Councilor Searcey moved to approve the contract, Councilor Welch seconded, and the motion carried unanimously on a voice vote. Ms. Tierce also noted that the Friends of the Library had made over $1000 in their recent book sale, and signed on several new members as well.
B. Considerations of Library Board Recommendations: Ms. Tierce noted that there were two recommendations from the Board, one in regard to approval of the Library contract, the second in regard to appointment of a Council member to the Library Board. Councilor MacGregor had been the Council liaison, but had not been able to make several of the meetings. Following a brief discussion, consensus of the Council was to appoint Councilor Moore as the pro tem liaison, until Councilor MacGregor could be asked about his interest in continuing.
C. Approval of City Membership to Chamber of Commerce: Following a brief discussion, Councilor Welch moved to approve the payment of the $100 membership fee. Councilor Church seconded, and the motion carried unanimously on a voice vote.
D. Discussion re Disposition of Rebel Road Property: Following a brief discussion, it was determined that further discussion and information was needed before a decision could be made. Staff was asked to provide a map to the Councilors so they could ensure they were viewing the correct property.
12. OLD BUSINESS: None.
13. EXECUTIVE SESSION(S): At 8:15 p.m., the Council recessed into Executive Session, pursuant to ORS 192.660 (1)(h): To consult with counsel regarding current litigation or litigation likely to be filed; and ORS 192.660(1)(e): To conduct deliberations with persons designated by the governing body to negotiate real property transactions. The Council reserved the right to return to open session.
14. ACTIONS, IF ANY, FROM EXECUTIVE SESSIONS: None.
15. ADJOURNMENT: At 9:25 p.m., there being no further business to come before the Council, the motion to adjourn was made, seconded, and carried unanimously.
Reda A. Quinlan, City Clerk
APPROVED by the Waldport City Council this 7th day of September, 2000.
SIGNED by the Mayor this 19th day of September, 2000
Kim D. Lehmann, Mayor
AUGUST 10, 2000
1. CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL: Mayor Lehmann called the meeting to order at 5:15 p.m. Mayor Lehmann and Councilors MacGregor, Peterson, Church, Welch and Searcey answered the roll. Councilor Moore was absent. A quorum was present.
2. DISCUSSION REGARDING KEADY WAYSIDE PROJECT: Mayor Lehmann explained that the purpose of the meeting was to discuss the necessity for adopting a resolution which would declare an emergency and allow the City to accept a bid for concrete work from Glenn Mecum Construction. Discussion ensued regarding the legality of the proposed action. Following discussion, Councilor MacGregor moved to adopt Resolution 960, Councilor Searcey seconded, and the motion carried on a voice vote, with Mayor Lehmann and Councilors MacGregor, Church, Welch and Searcey voting "Aye", Councilor Peterson voting "Nay".
Discussion ensued regarding the needed easements at the Crestview Hills Golf Course. Consensus of the Council was to proceed with the survey of Range Drive and the Golf Course Property for the new easements.
3. ADJOURNMENT: At 5:35 p.m., there being no further business to come before the Council, the motion to adjourn was made, seconded, and carried unanimously.
Reda A. Quinlan, City Clerk
APPROVED by the Waldport City Council this 7th day of September, 2000.
SIGNED by the Mayor this 19th day of September, 2000.
Kim D. Lehmann, Mayor
AUGUST 24, 2000
(Note: Due to the anticipated number of attendees, this meeting was held at the "old" Middle School auditorium at 380 Spring Street)
1. ROLL CALL: Mayor Lehmann called the meeting to order at 5:35 p.m. Mayor Lehmann and Councilors Church, Peterson, Searcey, MacGregor, Moore and Welch answered the roll. A quorum was present.
2. PUBLIC HEARING: Land Use Matters (Periodic Review Tasks): Mayor Lehmann opened the public hearing at 5:36 p.m.
A. STAFF REPORTS: City Administrator Dowsett asked for a show of hands in regard to the issues at hand. Approximately 300 people were present at the hearing. Most of the people present were there to address the Urban Growth Boundary expansion. Mr. Dowsett gave a brief review of the process, noting that the City had already expended some $20,000 in Periodic Review before the latest legislative session excluded cities of less than 2500 people. He explained that the requirements of Measure 56 included notification to all property owners who would be impacted by the decisions of the Council in regard to those periodic review tasks. Mr. Dowsett noted that Goal 11 requires that extension of sewer services cannot take place outside of urban growth boundaries. The issue of the Urban Growth Boundary would include a public hearing process for the City and another for the County, and if and when they both agree, it then goes to the Land Conservation and Development Commission (LCDC) for a decision. Part of the Wastewater Collection System Master Plan was required by DEQ in order to address the existing problems in the city's collection system, as well as a proposed expansion in conjunction with the UGB. Mr. Dowsett reiterated that the record would not be closed at this meeting, and deliberations would take place at the September 21 meeting.
B. Proposed Expansion of the Urban Growth Boundary:
The following persons submitted written testimony prior to the public hearing, to be made part of the record of the hearing: Daisy Stoutsenberger, Sandpiper; David Hayslip, Bayshore; Glen and MaryLou Morris, Bayshore; George (Roy) Taylor, Bayshore; Martha Schell, Bayshore; John W. Lundeen, Bayshore; Ellis and Joan Hamby, Bayshore; Margaret and Richard Myer, Bayshore; Kathleen P. Olson, Bayshore; Ralph and Ruthanne Lidman, Bayshore; Ruthann LeBaron, Sandpiper; G. & C. Evans, Alsea Highway; Jim & Delores Fairchild, south of town; Susan & Ross Warner, Bayshore; Estelle A. Anderson, Bayshore; Gerald Heustis, Sandpiper; Rev. C.W. Curnutte; Charles Blackwood and Dorthy Kuhn, Sandpiper; L.E. Floyd, Waldport resident; Shirley & Larry Hudson, Sandpiper; Warren & Nancy Edwards, Sandpiper; Arlene Davis, Alsea Highway; Ora Mae Sprague, south of town; Gerald, Delores, Gerald, Jr. and Richard Dorsey, Wakonda Beach Road; Bob L. Hopper, Bayshore; Peter & Patty Benjamin, Bayshore; Pennie Moore, Waldport; Jerry & Cherilyn Foglio, Bayshore; Suzanne M. Paulsen, MD, Bayshore; Russel H. Stolfi, Bayshore; Robert Speight, representing the KOA; Dean & Francey Elliott, Waldport residents; Glenda Malcom, Alsea Highway; Jean & Harry Humason, Elizabeth Shaw, James Steidel, Janice & Robert Pearson, east of Alsea Highlands; Mark Neuman, representing the Bayshore Beach Club; James C. Henderson, Jr., Bayshore; Milton & Brenda Adams, Bayshore; Edwin & Ann Howard, Waldport residents; Thomas Highland, representing the Oregon Department of Aviation, Wakonda Beach Road; Katherine Brown, Phyllis Qualls, Victor & Jill Bucy, Norman & June Hooker, Alsea Highway; Doris & R.F. Moore, Sandpiper; John Filbert, Alsea Highlands; Leland Arce, south of town; Paul Smud, representing Alsea International, LLC, south of town; Cyndy & Don Redifer, Alsea Highway; Ray & Lauri Walter, Nelson Wayside Drive; Charles & Genevieve Hall, south of town. In addition, see Attachment A for the names of the individuals who signed a form letter from the Bayshore Beach Club in opposition of the proposed Urban Growth Boundary Expansion.
The following persons addressed the Council in regard to the proposed Urban Growth Boundary Expansion: Mark Neuman, representing Bayshore Homeowners Association; Roy Taylor, Bayshore; Gerald Huestis, Sandpiper; George Rhodes, south of town; Gaylord Gilmore, Eckman Lake; Doyle Gardner, south of town; Jane Hart; Brian Haggarty, lawyer representing Bayshore Homeowners; Gail Ostling, Eckman Lake; Harry Humason, east of Alsea Highlands; Pat Biando, Sandpiper; Edna Comstock, Sandpiper; Joseph Huff, Alsea River; Glen McKinley, Alsea River; Glen Morrison, Bayshore; Jim Conner, Alsea Highlands; Hank Hess, Eckman Lake; Goldie Moore, south of town; Eugene Cvar, Bayshore; Don Danner, Bayshore; Cathy Sorenson, south of town; Bill Hanshumaker, Legion Road; Archie Matthews, Bayshore; Michelle Gilliam, Wakonda Beach Road; Janet Pursley, Bayshore; Doug Stewart, south of town; Ezzedine Chelleuf, owner of Evening Star resort; Jon Bar, Bayshore; Art Cvar, Waldport resident; Jan Brooks, Bayshore; Lyle Young, south of town; Roger Hearn, Wakonda Beach; Cory Comstock, Waldport resident; Laura Walters, down on Wakeetum Green; Gail Bernard, Bayshore; Ruth Trombetta, Alsea River; Ray Thompson, Eckman Lake; Jay Morris, Wakonda Beach Road; Darrell Helms, owns property in all three areas; Stella Ross, Bayshore; Lavonne Koon, Wakonda Beach Road. Most of the persons addressing the Council were against the proposed expansion. The main concerns expressed were in regard to the proposed costs for wastewater services and whether the existing facility could handle the increased load, as well as whether hooking up to the system would be required if it came within a certain distance of the property. After hearing the testimony, Mayor Lehmann noted that the hearing would be recessed to September 21 at 5:30 p.m., and the record would remain open for additional testimony.
C. Proposed Adoption of a Natural Resources Overlay Zone for Wetland and Riparian Corridors: At 8:36 p.m., the Council addressed the second item on the public hearing, the Natural Resources Overlay Zone Ordinance.
The following persons submitted testimony in writing to be included in the record: Grace E. Hansen, Ocean Hills; James Hitchman, Ocean Hills; Dennis Bartoldus, Attorney; Larry Porter, representing HGW, Inc.; and a petition signed by the following individuals from Ocean Hills: Lorraine A. Jeitner, Mr. &Mrs. Al Neidhardt, Mr. & Mrs. Keith A. Chaney, Daniel E. Lowe, and Michael A. Searcey.
The following persons addressed the Council in regard to the issue: Dave Gordon, representing Golden West Homes; Phil Martinson, representing Ray Parmalee; Jim Hitchman, Ocean Hills resident and boardmember, who also provided a signed petition to be included in the record; Ed Peterson, who excused himself from the Council to provide testimony as a developer representing Peterson Park; and Councilor MacGregor, who did not own any impacted property. After hearing the testimony, Mayor Lehmann noted that the hearing would be recessed to September 21 at 5:30 p.m., and the record would remain open for additional testimony.
D. Proposed Amendments to Title 16 of the Waldport Municipal Code: At 8:50 p.m., the Council then took up the third and final item on the public hearing, the amendments to Title 16 of the Waldport Municipal Code.
One piece of correspondence was received in regard to this issue, from Jon Wiest, property owner in Peterson Park. No citizens were present to address the Council. It was determined that there may have been people there earlier to comment on the proposed changes, but they had evidently left, assuming that the issue might not even come up that evening.
Councilor Welch moved to recess the public hearing, as well as any deliberations or decisions to a time certain, September 21, 2000 at 5:30 p.m. in the Waldport Annex gymnasium. Councilor Moore seconded. The motion then carried unanimously on a voice vote.
3. NEW BUSINESS: None.
4. OTHER BUSINESS: None.
5. ADJOURNMENT: At 8:56 p.m., there being no further business to come before the Council, Councilor MacGregor moved to adjourn, Councilor Moore seconded, and the motion carried unanimously on a voice vote.
Respectfully submitted, (as amended)
Reda A. Quinlan, City Clerk
APPROVED by the Waldport City Council this 7th day of September, 2000.
SIGNED by the Mayor this 19th day of September, 2000.
Kim D. Lehmann, Mayor
ATTACHMENT to City Council Minutes of August 24, 2000
(Signatures on Bayshore Form Letter for August 24, 2000 Hearing)
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