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1 COUNCIL MEMBERS: SHAWN SUSANNE DON GREGORY JIM REBECCA CHRIS BARIGAR HAWKINS HALL LANTING MUNN, JR. MILLS SOJKA TALKINGTON Vice Mayor Mayor AGENDA Meeting of the Twin Falls City Council July 9, 2012 City Council Chambers rd Avenue East -Twin Falls, Idaho 5:00 P.M. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG CONFIRMATION OF QUORUM INTRODUCTION OF STAFF CONSIDERATION OF THE AMENDMENTS TO THE AGENDA: PROCLAMATIONS: None. AGENDA ITEMS Purpose By: I. CONSENT CALENDAR: Action Staff Report 1. Consideration of a request to approve the accounts payable for July 3 9, Sharon Bryan 2. Consideration of a request to approve the July 2, 2012, City Council Minutes. L. Sanchez II. ITEMS FOR CONSIDERATION: 1. Consideration of a request to award a bid for the construction of a BLM parking lot at Joslin Field. Action Bill Carberry 2. Consideration of a request to award the 2012 Kimberly/Highland Water Extension Project to Sawtooth Construction, Inc., of Ketchum, Idaho, in the amount of $2,340, Action Lee Glasemann 3. Consideration of a request to approve a waiver of the paving & landscaping site improvements as required by City Code (G) and (b) on property located at 141 Rose Street. Action Mitch Humble 4. Continue discussion of the Preliminary Budget for Fiscal Year Discussion Travis Rothweiler 5. Public input and/or items from the City Manager and City Council. III. ADVISORY BOARD REPORTS/ANNOUNCEMENTS: IV. PUBLIC HEARINGS: 6:00 None V. ADJOURNMENT *Any person(s) needing special accommodations to participate in the above noticed meeting should contact Leila Sanchez at (208) at least two working days before the meeting.

2 Agenda July 9, 2012 Page 2 of 2 Twin Falls City Council-Public Hearing Procedures for Zoning Requests 1. Prior to opening the first Public Hearing of the session, the Mayor shall review the public hearing procedures. 2. Individuals wishing to testify or speak before the City Council shall wait to be recognized by the Mayor, approach the microphone/podium, state their name and address, then proceed with their comments. Following their statements, they shall write their name and address on the record sheet(s) provided by the City Clerk. The City Clerk shall make an audio recording of the Public Hearing. 3. The Applicant, or the spokesperson for the Applicant, will make a presentation on the application/request (request). No changes to the request may be made by the applicant after the publication of the Notice of Public Hearing. The presentation should include the following: A complete explanation and description of the request. Why the request is being made. Location of the Property. Impacts on the surrounding properties and efforts to mitigate those impacts. Applicant is limited to 15 minutes, unless a written request for additional time is received, at least 72 hours prior to the hearing, and granted by the Mayor. 4. A City Staff Report shall summarize the application and history of the request. The City Council may ask questions of staff or the applicant pertaining to the request. 5. The general public will then be given the opportunity to provide their testimony regarding the request. The Mayor may limit public testimony to no less than two minutes per person. Five or more individuals, having received personal public notice of the application under consideration, may select by written petition, a spokesperson. The written petition must be received at least 72 hours prior to the hearing and must be granted by the mayor. The spokesperson shall be limited to 15 minutes. Written comments, including , shall be either read into the record or displayed to the public on the overhead projector. Following the Public Testimony, the applicant is permitted five (5) minutes to respond to Public Testimony. 6. Following the Public Testimony and Applicant s response, the hearing shall continue. The City Council, as recognized by the Mayor, shall be allowed to question the Applicant, Staff or anyone who has testified. The Mayor may again establish time limits. 7. The Mayor shall close the Public Hearing. The City Council shall deliberate on the request. Deliberations and decisions shall be based upon the information and testimony provided during the Public Hearing. Once the Public Hearing is closed, additional testimony from the staff, applicant or public is not allowed. Legal or procedural questions may be directed to the City Attorney. * Any person not conforming to the above rules may be prohibited from speaking. Persons refusing to comply with such prohibitions may be asked to leave the hearing and, thereafter removed from the room by order of the Mayor.

3 COUNCIL MEMBERS: SHAWN DON SUZANNE GREGORY JIM REBECCA CHRIS BARIGAR HALL HAWKINS LANTING MUNN, JR. MILLS SOJKA TALKINGTON Vice Mayor Mayor MINUTES Meeting of the Twin Falls City Council Monday, July 2, 2012 City Council Chambers rd Avenue East -Twin Falls, Idaho 5:00 P.M. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG CONFIRMATION OF QUORUM INTRODUCTION OF STAFF CONSIDERATION OF THE AMENDMENTS TO THE AGENDA: PROCLAMATIONS: None AGENDA ITEMS Purpose By: I. CONSENT CALENDAR: Action Staff Report 1. Consideration of a request to approve the accounts payable for June 26 July 2, Sharon Bryan 2. Consideration of a request to approve the June 25, 2012, City Council Minutes. L. Sanchez 3. Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law, and Decision: a. Final Plat Application, Canyon Park Amended Subdivision b. Zoning District Change & Zoning Map Amendment Application, Canyon Park Development, c/o EHM Engineers, Inc. Mitch Humble 4. Consideration of a request to accept a Trust Agreement and Phase Control Development Notice for WS& V Subdivision First Amended (Lots 2, 3, 4, and 5, Block 1). Troy Vitek II. ITEMS FOR CONSIDERATION: 1. Consideration of a request to re-appoint Leon Smith to the City of Twin Falls Urban Renewal Agency Board to a three-year term beginning July 1, 2012 and expiring June 30, Consideration of a request to award the Pre-Treatment Facility Foundations Work Package K to the lowest responsive bidder. 3. Public input and/or items from the City Manager and City Council. III. ADVISORY BOARD REPORTS/ANNOUNCEMENTS: Action Action Melinda Anderson Troy Vitek IV. PUBLIC HEARINGS: 6:00 - None V. ADJOURNMENT to an Executive Session to conduct deliberations concerning labor negotiations or to acquire an interest in real property which is not owned by a public agency pursuant to Idaho Code (1)(c). *Any person(s) needing special accommodations to participate in the above noticed meeting should contact Leila Sanchez at (208) at least two working days before the meeting.

4 COUNCIL MEMBERS: SHAWN SUSANNE DON GREGORY JIM REBECCA CHRIS BARIGAR HAWKINS HALL LANTING MUNN, JR. MILLS SOJKA TALKINGTON Vice Mayor Mayor AGENDA Meeting of the Twin Falls City Council July 9, 2012 City Council Chambers rd Avenue East -Twin Falls, Idaho 5:00 P.M. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG CONFIRMATION OF QUORUM INTRODUCTION OF STAFF CONSIDERATION OF THE AMENDMENTS TO THE AGENDA: PROCLAMATIONS: None. AGENDA ITEMS Purpose By: I. CONSENT CALENDAR: Action Staff Report 1. Consideration of a request to approve the accounts payable for July 3 9, Sharon Bryan 2. Consideration of a request to approve the July 2, 2012, City Council Minutes. L. Sanchez II. ITEMS FOR CONSIDERATION: 1. Consideration of a request to award a bid for the construction of a BLM parking lot at Joslin Field. Action Bill Carberry 2. Consideration of a request to award the 2012 Kimberly/Highland Water Extension Project to Sawtooth Construction, Inc., of Ketchum, Idaho, in the amount of $2,340, Action Lee Glasemann 3. Consideration of a request to approve a waiver of the paving & landscaping site improvements as required by City Code (G) and (b) on property located at 141 Rose Street. Action Mitch Humble 4. Continue discussion of the Preliminary Budget for Fiscal Year Discussion Travis Rothweiler 5. Public input and/or items from the City Manager and City Council. III. ADVISORY BOARD REPORTS/ANNOUNCEMENTS: IV. PUBLIC HEARINGS: 6:00 None V. ADJOURNMENT *Any person(s) needing special accommodations to participate in the above noticed meeting should contact Leila Sanchez at (208) at least two working days before the meeting.

5 Agenda July 9, 2012 Page 2 of 2 Twin Falls City Council-Public Hearing Procedures for Zoning Requests 1. Prior to opening the first Public Hearing of the session, the Mayor shall review the public hearing procedures. 2. Individuals wishing to testify or speak before the City Council shall wait to be recognized by the Mayor, approach the microphone/podium, state their name and address, then proceed with their comments. Following their statements, they shall write their name and address on the record sheet(s) provided by the City Clerk. The City Clerk shall make an audio recording of the Public Hearing. 3. The Applicant, or the spokesperson for the Applicant, will make a presentation on the application/request (request). No changes to the request may be made by the applicant after the publication of the Notice of Public Hearing. The presentation should include the following: A complete explanation and description of the request. Why the request is being made. Location of the Property. Impacts on the surrounding properties and efforts to mitigate those impacts. Applicant is limited to 15 minutes, unless a written request for additional time is received, at least 72 hours prior to the hearing, and granted by the Mayor. 4. A City Staff Report shall summarize the application and history of the request. The City Council may ask questions of staff or the applicant pertaining to the request. 5. The general public will then be given the opportunity to provide their testimony regarding the request. The Mayor may limit public testimony to no less than two minutes per person. Five or more individuals, having received personal public notice of the application under consideration, may select by written petition, a spokesperson. The written petition must be received at least 72 hours prior to the hearing and must be granted by the mayor. The spokesperson shall be limited to 15 minutes. Written comments, including , shall be either read into the record or displayed to the public on the overhead projector. Following the Public Testimony, the applicant is permitted five (5) minutes to respond to Public Testimony. 6. Following the Public Testimony and Applicant s response, the hearing shall continue. The City Council, as recognized by the Mayor, shall be allowed to question the Applicant, Staff or anyone who has testified. The Mayor may again establish time limits. 7. The Mayor shall close the Public Hearing. The City Council shall deliberate on the request. Deliberations and decisions shall be based upon the information and testimony provided during the Public Hearing. Once the Public Hearing is closed, additional testimony from the staff, applicant or public is not allowed. Legal or procedural questions may be directed to the City Attorney. * Any person not conforming to the above rules may be prohibited from speaking. Persons refusing to comply with such prohibitions may be asked to leave the hearing and, thereafter removed from the room by order of the Mayor.

6 Minutes July 2, 2012 Page 2 of 3 Present: Absent: Staff Present: Shawn Barigar, Don Hall, Suzanne Hawkins, Gregory Lanting, Jim Munn, Rebecca Mills Sojka, Chris Talkington None City Manager Travis Rothweiler, Community Development Director Mitch Humble, Assistant City Engineer Troy Vitek, Economic Development Director Melinda Anderson, Public Information Officer Joshua Palmer, Deputy City Clerk Leila A. Sanchez Mayor Lanting called the meeting to order at 5:00 P.M. He then invited all present, who wished to, to recite the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag with him. A quorum is present. Mayor Lanting introduced staff. CONSIDERATION OF THE AMENDMENTS TO THE AGENDA: City Manager Rothweiler requested the following addition to the Consent Calendar: Consideration of a request to approve the Alcohol License Application for Twin Falls Sandwich Company, LLC, dba Twin Falls Sandwich Shop Company, located at 128 Main Avenue North, Beer and Wine. MOTION: Vice Mayor Hall made a motion to approve to add the Alcohol License Application for Twin Falls Sandwich Company, LLC, dba Twin Falls Sandwich Shop Company, located at 128 Main Avenue North, as presented. The motion was seconded by Councilperson Barigar and roll call vote showed all members present voted in favor of the motion. Approved 7 to 0. PROCLAMATIONS: None I. AGENDA ITEMS CONSENT CALENDAR: 1. Consideration of a request to approve the accounts payable for June 26 June 25 July 2, 2012, total: $611, June 25, 2012, Prepay total: $1,000 June 25, 2012, Prepay total: $138,375 June 29, 2012, Fire Payroll total: $48, Consideration of a request to approve the June 25, 2012, City Council Minutes. 3. Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law, and Decision: c. Final Plat Application, Canyon Park Amended Subdivision d. Zoning District Change & Zoning Map Amendment Application, Canyon Park Development, c/o EHM Engineers, Inc. 4. Consideration of a request to accept a Trust Agreement and Phase Control Development Notice for WS& V Subdivision First Amended (Lots 2, 3, 4, and 5, Block 1). Approved addition: 5. Alcohol License Application for Twin Falls Sandwich Company, LLC, dba Twin Falls Sandwich Shop Company, located at 128 Main Avenue North. Councilperson Hawkins requested that Consent Calendar I.4. be removed from the Consent Calendar and to be discussed separately. MOTION: Councilperson Barigar made a motion to approve the Consent Calendar as amended and with the exception of I.4. The motion was seconded by Councilperson Talkington and roll call vote showed all members present voted in favor of the motion. Approved 7 to Council discussion followed on I.4. Consideration of a request to accept a Trust Agreement and Phase Control Development Notice for WS& V Subdivision First Amended (Lots 2, 3, 4, and 5, Block 1). Assistant City Engineer Vitek explained that City Code Section states that the council may permit the subdivider to execute a trust and escrow agreement and record a notice prohibiting the sale of an undeveloped lot without a recorded developer s agreement between the subdivider and the city relating to that lot. The Developer wishes to record the final plat and place all but Lot 1 into trust. Lot 1 would be included in a developer s agreement and a bond provided for the improvements so that it may be sold immediately. MOTION: Councilperson Hawkins made a motion to approve to accept a Trust Agreement and Phase Control Development Notice for WS& V Subdivision First Amended (Lots 2, 3, 4, and 5, Block 1). The motion was seconded by Vice Mayor Hall and roll call vote showed all members present voted in favor of the motion. Approved 7 to 0.

7 Minutes July 2, 2012 Page 3 of 3 II. ITEMS FOR CONSIDERATION: 1. Consideration of a request to re-appoint Leon Smith to the City of Twin Falls Urban Renewal Agency Board to a three-year term beginning July 1, 2012 and expiring June 30, Economic Development Director Anderson explained the request. Mayor Lanting, Vice-Mayor/URA Liaison Hall, and URA Chairman Garnand recommend Leon Smith be re-appointed. MOTION: Vice Mayor Hall made a motion to reappoint Leon Smith to the City of Twin Falls Urban Renewal Agency Board to a three-year term beginning July 1, 2012, and expiring June 30, The motion was seconded by Councilperson Mills Sojka. Council discussion followed. Councilperson Talkington asked Leon Smith if he would support the City s efforts, by using URA funds, in the renovation of the downtown area that was recently cleared of parking meters and asked his thoughts regarding the rumors about the URA Board s attempt to hire staff to assist with the agency s responsibilities. Leon Smith stated he would support the renovation of the downtown area and stated he was not aware of the URA Board hiring staff. He stated that he would be in favor of using an employment firm to seek secretarial temporary help to assist the Economic Development Director. Roll call vote showed all members present voted in favor of the motion. Approved 7 to Consideration of a request to award the Pre-Treatment Facility Foundations Work Package K to the lowest responsive bidder. Assistant City Engineer Vitek explained the request. Staff recommends that City Council allow the Mayor to execute the contract with the lowest responsive bidder. MOTION: Councilperson Barigar made a motion to award the Pre-Treatment Facility Foundations Work Package K to McAlvain Construction Inc., in the amount of $110,211. The motion was seconded by Councilperson Munn and roll call vote showed all members present voted in favor of the motion. Approved 7 to Public input and/or items from the City Manager and City Council. City Manager Rothweiler stated that at the next Council meeting he will be begin review and discussion of the budget. III. ADVISORY BOARD REPORTS/ANNOUNCEMENTS: IV. PUBLIC HEARINGS: 6:00 - None V. ADJOURNMENT to an Executive Session to conduct deliberations concerning labor negotiations or to acquire an interest in real property which is not owned by a public agency pursuant to Idaho Code (1)(c). MOTION: Councilperson Barigar made a motion to adjourn to Executive Session Session to conduct deliberations concerning labor negotiations or to acquire an interest in real property which is not owned by a public agency pursuant to Idaho Code (1)(c). The motion was seconded by Vice Mayor Hall and roll call vote showed all members present voted in favor of the motion. Approved 7 to 0. The meeting adjourned at 5:32 P.M. Leila A. Sanchez Deputy City Clerk/Recording Secretary

8 July 9th, 2012 City Council Meeting To: Honorable Mayor and City Council From: Bill Carberry, Airport Manager Request: Consideration of a request to award a bid for the construction of a BLM parking lot at Joslin Field. Time Estimate: The staff presentation will take approximately 5 minutes with some time for questions and answers following. Background: In May of 2012, the City of Twin Falls and the BLM signed an agreement wherein the City of Twin Falls would contract for the bidding and construction of a new parking lot with BLM providing reimbursement funding to the City. The parking lot design was performed by Riedesel Engineering in 2010 as part of a prior agreement between the City and the BLM which also included the design for a future bldg expansion and aircraft ramp. This past May, in conjunction with the BLM parking lot construction agreement, the City Council approved an agreement with Riedesel Engineering in the amount of $17,000 to perform the bidding administration and construction engineering services related to the parking lot construction project. On June 28, 2012 the City and Riedesel held a bid opening for the project; four bids were received (see attached) with bids ranging from $121, on the high end to a low bid of $99, submitted by Robert Durham Excavation Inc. of Twin Falls, ID. Budget Impact: The BLM has committed $121,500 to the City for the project. Total cost for bidding/engineering ($17,000) and construction ($99,214.50) would be $116,214.50, leaving the BLM a contingency balance of $5, from the $121, they budgeted for the project. Regulatory Impact: None anticipated. Conclusion: After reviewing the bids submitted with BLM officials, staff concurs with Riedesel Engineering s recommendation that the City Council award the parking lot construction bid to Robert Durham Excavation for the amount of $99, Attachments: Project bid tabulation/ Riedesel s award recommendation letter 1

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10 BID TAB Joslin Field, Magic Valley Regional Airport, Twin Falls, ID FY2012 BLM Parking Lot Project Riedesel Engineering, Inc. 202 Falls Avenue Twin Falls, ID Bid Opening June 28, 2:00 p.m. Engineer's Estimate Robert Durham Excavation, Inc. Kloepfer, Inc. Granite Excavation Lakeside Industries, Inc. Item Description of Item Unit Quantity Unit Price Amount Unit Price Amount Unit Price Amount Unit Price Amount Unit Price Amount P Unclassified Excavation CY 230 $ 8.00 $ 1, $ $ 2, $ $ 2, $ $ 3, $ $ 11, P Small Ditch LF 50 $ 4.00 $ $ $ $ $ 1, $ $ $ $ 2, P Rock Excavation SF 0 Deleted Deleted N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A P " Standard Curb & Gutter LF 330 $ $ 8, $ $ 6, $ $ 6, $ $ 7, $ $ 6, P " Extruded Curb LF 420 $ $ 7, $ $ 8, $ 8.00 $ 3, $ 9.50 $ 3, $ $ 4, D " Stromdrain Pipe LF 100 $ $ 2, $ $ 3, $ $ 3, $ $ 3, $ $ 2, D " Sewer Pipe Sleeve LF 100 $ $ 2, $ $ 5, $ $ 5, $ $ 3, $ $ 4, D Catch Basin EA 1 $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ 2, $ 2, $ 2, $ 2, $ 2, $ 2, D Outlet Protector EA 1 $ 1, $ 1, $ $ $ 1, $ 1, $ 2, $ 2, $ 1, $ 1, SP Mobilization LS 1 $ 2, $ 2, $ 4, $ 4, $ 8, $ 8, $ 9, $ 9, $ 3, $ 3, SP Project Quality Control LS 1 $ 2, $ 2, $ 5, $ 5, $ 6, $ 6, $ 6, $ 6, $ 6, $ 6, SP Construction Surveying LS 1 $ 2, $ 2, $ 2, $ 2, $ 2, $ 2, $ 2, $ 2, $ 2, $ 2, SP Parking Lot Lighting LS 1 $ 6, $ 6, $ 6, $ 6, $ 8, $ 8, $ 11, $ 11, $ 8, $ 8, SP /4" Base Course CY 650 $ $ 20, $ $ 21, $ $ 24, $ $ 20, $ $ 34, SP /4" Plant Mix Pavement TON 270 $ $ 24, $ $ 30, $ $ 28, $ $ 27, $ $ 28, SP Painting SF 1000 $ 1.25 $ 1, $ 1.20 $ 1, $ 1.00 $ 1, $ 2.50 $ 2, $ 1.50 $ 1, Bid Total $ 86, Bid Total $ 99, Bid Total $ 104, Bid Total $ 107, Bid Total $ 121, Bid Tab 6/28/2012

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20 Date, July 09, 2012 To: Honorable Mayor and City Council From: Mitch Humble, Community Development Department Request: Consideration of a waiver of the paving & landscaping site improvements as required by city code (G) and (b) on property located at 141 Rose Street. Time Estimate: The applicant s presentation may take up to fifteen (15) minutes. Staff presentation will be approximately five (5) minutes. Background: The County is requesting approval of a waiver of the paving & landscaping site improvements as they are limited on funding and they feel there is little to no impact to the surrounding neighborhood. This property is zoned R-6 PRO, a residential multi-household zoning district with a professional office overlay. The property is owned by Twin Falls County and was utilized as a legal non-conforming storage and maintenance site for Magic Valley Regional Medical Center for many years. The property is now being used for storage of marine search & rescue equipment & boats. The applicant was granted a special use permit on June 29, 2012 for the expansion / construction of a new 2400 sf 3-bay metal building for marine storage subject to the following conditions: 1. Site plan amendments as required by Building, Fire, Engineering, and Zoning Officials to ensure compliance with all applicable City Code Requirements and Standards. 2. If the secondary access is used it shall be brought up to minimum city standards. 3. Any lighting to be down facing to least impact the surrounding neighbors City Code (b) states that all parking and maneuvering areas shall be hard surfaced. The storage facility site is currently a dirt and gravel surface. City Code (b) states that all parking and maneuvering areas shall be hard surfaced. The storage facility site is not hard surfaced. As part of this request the applicant is also asking for the city council to consider a hardship to allow the facility to be graveled instead of hard surfaced. The storage yard is fully fenced and not visible to public view from any direction. The property is currently accessed off Martin Street by a 30 wide paved easement. The site plan also shows a secondary access located along the southern boundary of the southern boundary of the now vacant property fronting Rose St. The county does own these lots. The secondary access is currently not developed. If this access is to be used it shall be hard surfaced to meet minimum city standards. The R-6 zone requires 10% of site to be landscaped for any use other than a single family or duplex dwelling. City code states landscaping shall be installed at a ratio of 1 tree per 500 sq ft and 1 bush per 100 sq ft of required landscaping. The storage facility site currently has no landscaping. Approval Process: City Code states all required improvements shall be a condition of any building permit and those required improvements shall be completed prior to final inspection. If the cost of the improvements exceed 25% of the cost of the project there may be considered a 3-year staged deferral of those improvements. G:\workarea\MEETINGS\2012\ \+TFCnty - Request for Waiver of paving & landscaping.doc

21 This allows for the site improvements to be staged over a 3 year period of time but still requires them to be completed by the 3rd year. There is also, if determined by the City Council to be a case of exceptional hardship, an opportunity for the property owner to request for those improvements to be deferred over an indefinite period of time but only where a 3-year staged deferral is not available. The Council is being asked to consider such a waiver. The City Council decision shall be by simple majority vote. Budget Impact: None at this time. Regulatory Impact: The site will be in violation of minimum code requirements. Conclusion: Staff does not support the request as it is a minimum site development requirement and feels the applicant should bring the property up to minimum standards. Attachments: 1. Letter of Request 2. June 26, 2012 P&Z staff report 3. Portion of the June 26 th & June 29 th P&Z minutes G:\workarea\MEETINGS\2012\ \+TFCnty - Request for Waiver of paving & landscaping.doc

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