June 13, 2017 - River Heights City

River Heights City
COUNCIL MEETING AGENDA
Tuesday,June 13,2017
Notice is hereby given thatthe River Heights City Council vvill hold its regular council meeting
beginning at 6:30 p.m. in the River Heights City OfQce Building at.520 S 500 B.
6:30 p.m.
Opening Remarks(Wright)and Pledge of Allegiance(Smith)
6:35 p.m.
Adoption ofPrevious Minutes and Agenda
Pay Bills
Finance Director Report
Purchase.Requisitions
Public Works Report
AdminisfratiVe Report
Public Comment
6:50 p.m.
Public Hearing and Adoption ofthe 2017-18 Budget
7:05 p,m.
Public Hearing to Adopt an Ordinanceto Adjust a Common Boundary Between River
Heights City and Logan City
7:10 p.m.
Discuss Procedure for Eagle Scout Projects
7:15 p^m.
Discuss Sewer Rates
7^30 pm.
Discuss die Reduction ofBasic Water Rates by$5 per Meter
7:40 p,m.
Discuss Installing a Sidewalk on the West Side of 1000 East Between River Heights
Boulevard and 350 South and Between 500 South and 600 South
7:50 p.ni.
DiScuss County Booth,Display for River Heights City
7:55 p.m.
Approve the 911 Agreement with Logan
8:05 p.m.
Approve the Fire Protection Contract with Logan
8:15 p.m.
Discuss Replacing the Office Copy Machine
8:25 p.m.
Mayor and Council Reports
8:35 p.m.
Adjourn
Posted this 8^ day of June,2017
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SheUa Lind,Recorder
In compliance with the American Disabilities Act, individuals needing special accommodations (including auxiliary
communicative aids and services) during this meeting should notify Sheila Lind,(435)770-2061 at least 24 hours before the
n^eeting.
520 South SbO East
River Heights, Utah 84321
Phone & Fax(435)752-2646
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Mayor
James Brackner
Council members:
Doug Clausen
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Robert"K" Scott
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Geoff Smith
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Dixie Wilson
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Recorder
Sheila Lind
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Public Works Director
Clayten Nelson
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Finance Director
Clifford Grover
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Treasurer
Wendy Wilker
Councilmember
Blake Wright
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Excused
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Others Present:
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Gayle Brackner, Cindy Schaub, Rob Gines, Bracken
Atkinson
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The following motions were made during the meeting:
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Motion #1
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Councilmember Smith moved to "adopt the minutes ofthe May 23 and May 25,2017 Council
Meetings and the evening's agenda." Councilmember Clausen seconded the motion, which passed
with Clausen, Scott and Smith in favor. No one opposed. Wilson and Wright were absent.
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Motion #2
Councilmember Clausen moved to "pay the bills as listed." Councilmember Scott seconded the
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motion, which passed with Clausen, Scott, Smith and Wilson in favor. No one opposed. Wright was
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absent.
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Motion #3
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Councilmember Clausen moved to "adopt the 2017-18 Budget." Councilmember Scott
seconded the motion, which carried with Clausen, Scott, Smith and Wilson in favor. No one opposed.
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Wright was absent.
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Councilmember Clausen moved to "adopt Ordinance 3-2017, a re-adoption of Ordinance 32016, An Ordinance to Adjust a Common Boundary Between River Heights City and Logan City."
Councilmember Scott seconded the motion, which carried with Clausen, Scott, Smith and Wilson in
favor. No one opposed. Wright was absent.
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Motion #5
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Councilmember Smith moved to "approve"the Fire Protection Contract with Logan as presented
by Mayor Brackner." Councilmember Scott seconded the motion which carried with Clausen, Scott,
Smith and Wilson in favor. No one opposed. Wright was absent.
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Motion #6
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Coimcilmember Clausen moved to "buy a new copier and give"the mayor authorityto negotiate
something to do with the old copier." Councilmember Scott seconded the motion which carried, with
Clausen, Scott, Smith and Wilson in favor. No one opposed. Wright was absent.
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Proceedings ofthe Meeting:
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The River Heights City Council met at 6:30p.m. in the Ervin R. Crosbie Council Chambers in
the River Heights City Building on Tuesday, June 13,2017. Mayor Brackner opened the meeting with
a prayer. Councilmember Smith led the group in the Pledge of Allegiance.
Adoption ofPrevious Minutes and Agenda: Minutes ofthe May 23,2017 and May 25,2017
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Coimcil Meetings were reviewed.
Councilmember Smith moved to "adopt the minutes of the May23 and May25,2017
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Council Meetings.and the evening's agenda.^' CouncilmemberClausen seconded the motion,
which passed with Clausen, Scott.and Smith in favor. No one opposed."Wilson and Wright were
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absent.
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Councilmember Wilson arrived at the meeting.
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Pay Bills: The bills were presented and discussed. Councilmember Wilson questioned the tree
removal bill. PWD Nelson explained there was a tree that fell last month,causing a dangerous
situation. The city hired Total Tree Care to take care of it. The bill will be passed to the Limdahls and
Eboms since it was on their property. FD Grover asked if there was an agreement signed with the
property owners. There wasn't. Recorder Lind stated she sent the bills today, with a due date of July
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13. Ifiey can't pay the full amount,the city will allow them to make payments. Mr. Grover asked if
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they will be charged interest. Mayor Brackner answered,'No."
CouucilmemberClausen moved to "pay the biUs as listed." Councilmember Scott
seconded the motion, which passed with Clausen,'Scott, Smith and Wilson in favor. No one
opposed. Wright was absent.
- Finance Director Report: FD Grover pointed out the budget hadn't changed much since the last
meeting. In regards to the reduction of water rates discussion, he cautioned to look closely at the
current water fund and future projects. He said in the business world they look at a 15% profit margin
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as a target. He'd like the city to consider this. Mayor Brackner reported that by next year there will be
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$350,000 in the water account.
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Purchase Requisition: There were none.
Public Works Report and Discussion: PWD Nelson reported on the following:
•• The 600 East Road Project is being held up because they are waiting for pipe to come in. They
are still moving along pretty good and should be finished around the first of July. They had an
add-on for pipe across 500 South in the amount around $4,000, which falls within 10% ofthe
total project.
• They will be doing some asphalt patching soon,including filling in around manholes which
have been raised before the roads get sealed. Holbrook Asphalt will start sealing cracks
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tomorrow or Thursday and plan to be done with the job by July 7 or 8. When asked which
budget year the money will come out of, FD Grover informed it will be accounted for in the
year the work is.done. The total will be about $3,900. The roads contracted for sealing this
year are: Lamplighter, Saddlerock Phase 2(Dan Hogan's expense),600 East (after the road
project is fmished and before the road is opened for use), 800 South by Conservice,lower
Windsor Drive and they will do a warranty seal on 600 South from 3 years ago.
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Councilmember Clausen asked ifLampli^ter will be swept first. Mr. Nelson said it will be
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'done a few t^es. They believe the remaining chips will be sealed down during the process.
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FD Grover asked if Dan Hogan's bill will run through the city. PWD Nelson wasn't sure how
it was bid. He will check and let him know. Mr. Grover informed Mr. Hogan should pay it
' directly to the contractor.
'• He hasn't heard anything about the tennis lights but plans to call the guy tomorrow.
'• The float is ready and will go out to the first parade on Saturday.
• He put the truck out for bid again. It doesn't get much interest when its out for bid. He asked
the Council ifthey would consider putting it up for sale and not requiring a buyer to wait until
council meeting for a response to their offer. He remembered the city paid around $26,000 for
it. He suggested, when purchasing the next tmck,to look into getting a diesel. There is a lot of
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interest from buyers on whether it is a diesel. Councilmember Smith suggested pricing it for
$28,000 and giving PWD Nelson permission to lower it down to the price the city paid for it.
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Councilmember Wilson suggested not buying a new one in-the future until the old one sells.
She was told it took 6 months for the new truck to get in this year.
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Administrative Report: Recorder Lind reminded newsletter contributions are due in two days.
Public Comment: There was none.
Public Hearing and Adoption ofthe 2017-18 Budget: FD Grover asked the Council how they
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felt about the budget. They had no questions or comments.
Rob Gines asked FD Grover how far offthe budget is from the year to date. Mr. Grover said
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its pretty close. He used this year's fmal budget for the starting point for next budget.
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seconded the motion which carried with Clausen,Scott, Smith and Wilson in favor. No one
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opposed. Wright was absent
Public Hearing to Adopt an Ordinance to Admst a Common Boundarv Between River Heiphts
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City and Logan Citv: Mayor Brackner explained that last year when this was adopted it didn't get filed
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with the state in a timely manner so it needed to be passed again. Bracken Atkinson informed that the
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ordinance will be filed with the County along with Logan's ordinance. The county surveyor will sign
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the plat and then get the Logan City attomey to sign it, after which it will be sent to the lieutenant
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govemor's office.
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Councilmember Wilson verified that the ordinance specifies they are leaving a 15 foot right-ofway on 500 South with River Heights.
Councilmember Clausen moved to "adopt Ordinance 3-2017, a re-adoption of Ordinance
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3-2016, An Ordinance to Adjust a Common Boundaiy Between River Heights City and Logan
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City." Councilmember Scott seconded the motion, which carried with Clausen,Scott, Smith and
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Wilson in favor. No one opposed. Wright was absent.
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Councilmember Clausen moved to "adopt the 2017-18 Budget." Councilmember Scott
Discuss Procedure for Eagle Scout Proiects: Councilmember Wilson'wanted to get a procedure
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in place so requestors will know what the city expects from them. She handed out a list and discussed
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the items on it. She would like the scout to pick up the list before they get started, which will help the
project be accomplished in a more organized and timely manner. The}'should start with the council
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and end with the council. Councilmember Scott added to the list that they should come to the Council
in full uniform. All agreed. Cindy Schaub asked ifthe city would be allowed to approve or
disapprove materials used on projects. She was answered that certainly the city has a say. Ms. Wilson
would like to be kept informed ifit's a parks-project.
PWD Nelson asked if helping with AppleDays would generate enough hours for an eagle
project. Councilmember Smith felt it's been a goodproject to have.a scout over the children's games.
It takes a lot of hours and organizing ofpeople.
Recorder Lind suggested adding to the list that the scout should bring nine copies oftheir plan
to hand out at council meeting.
Cindy Schaub asked ifthere were plans to add acovering over the new bench at the bottom of
Hillside Park (installed.as an eagle scout project). PWD Nelson said no, since it would interfere with
traffic visibility.
Recorder Lind was asked to post the eagle requirement list on the city's website.
Discuss Sewer Rates: Mayor Brackner handed out a spreadsheet which showed, annual
amounts to be billed ifrates are increased to pass,cost to citizens.
Discuss the Reduction of Basic Water Rates bv $5 per Meter: Mayor Brackner handed out a
spreadsheet showing monthly water rates in selected cities in Cache County. He.and Councilmember
Clausen recommend lowering the waterrates by $5/month. They pointed out the reservoir bond has
been paid off and River Heights charges significantly higher than other cities.
FD Grover asked Councilmember Clausen if he was aware of upcoming expenses. Mr.
Clausen said there is one small project that could be done in the next two years. We are 4-5 years out
before planning to do another project.
PWD Nelson pointed outto redo one block of water line costs about $200,000. He feels the
city should have at least $200,000 in the bank. FD Grover recommended setting parameters on how
much needs to be saved. Mr. Clausen reminded, a few years ago the Council wanted to $350,000 in
reserves. Now they have over a million in reserves. He feels if there were an emergency,they could
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borrow fi-om the sewer fund.
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Cindy Schaub would like the rate to stay the same in case something unexpected comes up.
Rob Gines recognized they are going to raise the sewer by $10.and at the same time, want to lower the
water rate by $5. Councilmember Clausen said the reason for the water decrease isn't to offset the
sewer raise, it's because there is a lot of extra money in the water fund.
PWD Nelson informed,the River Heights system costs more money because the water needs to
be pumped to the wells, rather than gravity fed. He also brought up there were only five people who
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received a shut off notice this month which means the water rate is affordable. Councilmember
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Clausen repeated, it's not a matter of affording it, its because there is a lot in reserve. FD Grover said
the reserve should have 2-3 years of costs in the water fund, which would be $300,000-400,000.
Mayor Brackner felt the city could give back the $5/mo. and there would still be enough. Mr. Clausen
doesn't like the idea ofthem thinking they need large reserves.
PWD Nelson said Mendon City has spent over a million dollars just trying to find a well.
Councilmember Wilson likes a good solid reserve for a rainy day. River Heights doesn't have
sales tax firom businesses so we need to be more conservative. Because the city doesn't have a large
income past councils have tried to build up the money in the bank. Mayor Brackner said the city will
receive an additional $19,000 each year for Conservice's property tax. There will also be property tax
from the mortuary. FD Grover said this additional money vdll be needed for next year's projects.
PWD Nelson guessed citizens would rather have city improvements than their bill cut by
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Councilmember Clausen asked how far we build up before we give back. He thinks we are at
that point. FD Grover said there hasn't been any build up in the general fiind. Councilmember Wilson
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agreed we are not there yet.
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Rob Gines pointed out, in 1975 Ervin Crosbie had built up 1.2 million dollars. In today's world
that would be 10 million. Councilmember Wilson said the citizens are not demanding more perks.
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Councilmember Clausen suggested, when we raise rates for projects we should let the residents
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know when the city will lower them back down.
Mayor Brackner suggested a sewer increase of$10.10 for one year and then increase it over the
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next five years by $2.34, $2.52, $2.89, and $3.17 each year. This will only cover the amount the city
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needs to pay Logan.
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PWD Nelson pointed out if a large expense came up*in the water fimd, we would need to raise
this rate back up again during the yearly sewer raises.
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Councilmember Clausen reminded that this'council has asked,"When the new sewer plant is
paid for in Logan, will they lower the rates back down?" PWD Nelson said in 20 years they will still
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need money for repairs and maintenance.
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Councilmember Clausen moved to "reduce the base water rate by $5."
Mayor Brackner asked that a decision be made on the sewer rates before a motion on the water,
which will have some baring on how he would vote, if he needed to break a tie.
Sewer Rate Discussion Continued: Councilmember Clausen moved to "effective July 1, raise
the sewer rate fi-om 19.05/mo. to 29.15/mo."
Councilmember Wilson asked if this rate increase should have a public hearing. It was
determined that it doesn't need a hearing but should be adopted by resolution, which is not stated on
the agenda. They asked that it be on the next agenda with more specific language. Councilmembers
Smith and Scott informed they won't be available to attend the next meeting. Mr. Smith said he could
be available electronically. Councilmember Scott might be able to, as well.
Discuss Installing a Sidewalk on the West Side of 1 OOP East Between River Heights Boulevard
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and j50 South and Between 500 South and 600 South: Mayor Brackner discussed the estimate for
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sidewalk installation on 1000 East, submitted by Engineer Rasmussen,in the amount of$25,497.00.
PWD Nelson explained it covers the west side of 1000 East, south ofthe cemetery down to 600 South,
except for the Saddlerock area. Councilmember Smith expressed his support. Councilmember Clausen
reminded it needs to go out for bid. Mr. Nelson said Dan Hogan may be able to do it cheaper at the
time the Saddlerock sidewalk is being installed. Mayor Brackner suggested putting offa decision until
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Councilmember Wright could be in attendance.
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Discuss County Booth Display for River Heights Citv: Mayor Brackner asked Community
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Affairs to take care ofa county fair booth. Councilmember Smith declined.
Approve the 911 Agreement with Logan: Mayor Brackner said he hasn't received the
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reworded contract fi*om City Attorney Jenkins. He will meet with him later this week and hopes to get
it figured out to have on the next agenda. He is having the wording changed to say any extra funds
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received by Logan won't go into other accounts; it will be kept in the 911 fund.
Approve the Fire Protection Contract with Logan: Mayor Brackner informed that River
Heights has been paying $48,000/year. The next contract(2017-18) will be for $32,000 and increase
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by 3% annually for three years.
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Councilmember Smith moved to "approve the Fire Protection Contract with Logan as
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presented by Mayor Brackner." Councilmember Scott seconded the motion which carried with
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Clausen,Scott, Smith and Wilson in favor. No one opposed. Wright was absent.
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Discuss Replacing the Office Copy Machine: Mayor Brackner said Randy Grover (the city's
IT^erson) contacted the city about a good deal on a color'copier. He has checked into it and asked
-Councilmember Scott his opinion since he works for a copy store and understands'the numbers. Mr.
Scott said he was originally nervous about the deal imtil he looked.at the system specs and
maintenance. The city's current machine is eight years old. If it has problems it will be expensive to
replace. Buying themew color machine outright will save $700 over leasing. He recommended
keepingthe old machine as a back up to use downstairs. He felt it was an exceptionally good deal.
Councilmember Smith agreed. Mayor Brackner expressed interest in being able to print in color.
PWD Nelson informed he has a color printer and goes through a lot ofexpensive ink. Councilmember
Clausen doesii't like the idea ofkeeping the old machine because we'd still be paying maintenance.
Mr. Scott suggested asking Xerox to take it away and give us something else, like a fax machine. They
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.can't say no, if we don't ask.
'Councilmember Clausen moved to "buy a new copier and give the mayor authority to
negotiate something to do with the old copier." Councilmember Scott seconded the motion
which carried, with Clausen, Scott, Smith and Wilson in favor. No one opposed. Wright was
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Mayor and Council Reports: Councilmember Scott asked if he could be sent a text at the next
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meeting, in case he was available to vote on the rates.
Councilmember Wilson said t-ball is underway. PWD Nelson reported it is going well.
Mayor Brackner has talked to Brian Anderson about theproperty in front of his duplex on 700
South. His attorney hasn't gotten back to him about the title tO'the property. Ifhe doesn't hear soon
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he'll go to his title company.
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Mayor Brackner informed that the city has been asked by Bear River Association of
Govemments'to sign a "letter of commitment to participate" so BRAG can apply for FEMAfunding.
There will not be a financial commitment,just meeting participation. The Council gave permissionfor
him to sign it.
Mayor Brackner reported on the construction Logan is doing on 1000 East from Center Street
to Lamplighter. River Heights had budgeted $20,000 for sidewalk, approaches, asphalt patching, entry
to Lamplighter and ADA ramps. The estimate came in at $10,230. PWD Nelson wasn't sure ifthat
covers the.graduation of asphalt into Lamplighter.
Mayor Brackner reported on a proposal before the County in which the state legislature has
provided that our county can put on the ballot a %% sales tax increase. It was on the ballot last year,
but didn't get voted in because so much ofthe money would have gone to the bus system. Their new
formula would give River Heights $18,659 each year, which could be used for roads and sidewalks.
Mayor Petersen is working on a draft resolution which can be adapted to any city and will need to be
passed by the city council before our residents would be allowed to vote on it. The Council agreed we
should put it on the ballot for the citizens to decide. It will be on the next agenda.
The meeting adjourned at 8:15 p.m.
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River Heights City Bills To Be Paid ^
Description
Payee
1 American General Life Ins.
Cameron Annual Premium
Bear River Health Department
3 Cache Valley Publishing
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Enterprise -Utah's Business Journal
Water Coliform Testing
Legal Ads
Fuel Charges
Legal Fees Boundary Ellis/Sewer Logan/B
Utility Refund
Subscription
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Ferguson Enterprises
Blue Stake Paint
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Forsgren Associates Inc.
Sinclair, Saddlerock, 700 S 600 E,
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Freedom Mailing
Katherine McHugh
Monthly Bill Processing
Utility Refund
Park Deposit Refund
Water Supplies
Manhole Grade Rings L^pHghter Dr.
Electricity
Park Sprinklers
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4 Chevron & Texaco
5 Daines & Jenkins
6 Daniel Crossen
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12 Marianne Sidwell
Peterson Plumbing Supply
14 Robertson Manufacturing
\5 Rocky Mountain Power
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Sprinkler Supply Co., Inc.
17 Total Tree Care, Inc.
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Admin.
P&Z
Parks/Rec Pub. Safety Com. AfT.
$203.00
$203.00
$77.74
Roads
Water
$203.00
$40.00
Sewer
$203.00
$812.00
$40.00
$126.80
$49.06
$63.89
$63.88
$63.89
$500.00
$63.89
$120.00
$255.55
$620.00
■ ¥5.43'
$5.43
$75.00
$75.00
$77.67
$375.00
$134.14
Total _
$1,218.75
$3,170.00
$1,576.25
$44.71
$76.95
$44.71
$50.00
$368.72
$108.92
$67.73
$22.42
$1,183.14
$77.67
$2,517.36
$223.56
$76.95
- $50.00
$368.72
$334.00
.$334.00
$30.84
$3,930.41
$400.18
$400.18
$4,945.06
Tree Removal
$4,945.06
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$l,27b.'80 $f,267.¥l
$784.79
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$7,971.34 $37320.06
$874.11 $15,511.33
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River Heights City
Financial Summary
June 13,2017
05/31/17
330,648.48
General Fund
06/13/17
326,711.93
Net Change
(3,936i55)
% of Total
26.20%
Capital Projects Fund
(48,026.16)
(48,026.16)
Water Fund
177,600.40
183,848.05
6,247.65
14.74%
Sewer Fund
780,037.04
784,376.25
4,339.21
62.91%
1,240,259.76
1,246,910.07
6,650.31
100.00%
Total Cash Balance
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Budget Summarv - June 30, 2017
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YTD Actual
Annual Budget
Unexpended
Budget
% Of Time
Budget
Incurred
Incurred
General Fundi
654,159.14
791,836.00
137,676.86
82.61%
95.34%
145,636.67
155,970.00
10,333.33
93.37%
95.34%
Office
14,283.17
14,298.72
15.55
99.89%
95.34%
Community Affairs
14,860.06
22,600.00
7,739.94
65.75%
95.34%
Revenue
Expenditures
Administrative
Planning & Zoning
Public Safety
Roads
Parks & Recreation
Sanitation
Transfer To CP Fund
5,164.06
6,650.00
1,485.94
77.66%
95.34%
96,913.55
102,578.00
5,664.45
94.48%
95.34%
84,929.95
90,800.00
5,870.05
93.54%
95.34%
53,613.06
79,066.00
25,452.94
67.81%
95.34%
123,882.83
144,000.00
20,117.17
86.03%
95.34%
375,000.00
375,000.00
54.42%
95.34%
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Total Expenditures
539,283.35
990,962.72
451,679.37
Net Revenue Over Expenditures
114,875.79
(199,126.72)
(314,002.51)
Capital:Projects Fund
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Revenue
76.65
Transfer From General Fund
Expenditures
Administrative
Parks & Recreation
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19,547.50
50.00
375,000.00
35,000.00
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(26.65)
95.34%
375,000.00
35,000.00
95.34%
(19,547.50)
95.34%
272,385.34
95.34%
147,614.66
420,000.00
4,162.74
4,162.74
171,324.90
459,162.74
287,837.84
(171,248.25)
(84,112.74)
87,135.51
Revenue
363,577.59
380,480.00
16,902.41
95.56%
95.34%
Expenditures
342,232.17
369,357.00
27,124.83
92.66%
95.34%
21,345.42
11,123.00
(10,222,42)
Revenue
178,246.86
184,612.00
6,365.14
96.55%
95.34%
Expenditures
213,721.07
248,031.00
34,309.93
86.17%
95.34%
Net Revenue Over Expenditures
(35,474.21)
(63,419.00)
(27,944.79)
Roads
Electricty
Total Expenditures
Net Revenue Over Expenditures
95.34%
-
95.34%
Water Fund
Net Revenue Over Expenditures
SewerFund
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Budget by Levels Report
July 01,2017(00/17)
Page:
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J Print Fund "Tlties
Page and Total by Fund
Print Source Tlties
Total by Source
Print Department Titles
Total by Department
Aii Segments Tested for Total Breaks
Account
Account Description
Number
(1)
(2)
(3)
Approved
Modified
Final
Adjustment
Budget
Adjustment
Budget
Budget
General Fund
Taxes
10-31-10
Property Tax
10-31-20
Sales Tax
10-31-30
Franchise Tax
10-31-50
Redemption Taxes
UPP Taxes(personal property)
UPP Fees & Lieu (Vehicle Tax)
10-31-60
10-31-70
Total Taxes:
95,000-
0
95,000-
0
95,000-
285,000-
0
285,000-
0
285,000-
72,000-
0
72,000-
0
72,000-
2,000-
0
2,000-
0
2,000-
500-
0
500-
0
500-
10,300-
0
10,300-
0
10,300-
464,800-
0
464,800-
0
464,800-
3,500-
0
3:500-
0
3.500-
3,000-
0
3,000-
0
3,000-
censes and Permits
10-32-20
Zoning Clearance Pennits
Home Occupation License
10-32-30
Conditional Use Permits
300-
0
300-
0
300-
10-32-40
Subdivision Fees
500-
0
500-
0
500-
4,000-
16-32-10
10-32-50
Cache County 20% BIdg. Fee
4,000-
0
4.000-
0
10-32-60
Dog Fees
3,600-
0
3,600-
0
3,600-
10-32-65
Sanitation
138,000-
0
138,000-
0
138,000-
10-32-70
9,030-
0
9,030-
0
9,030-
4,760-
0
4,760-
0
4,760-
10-32-80
Impact Fees - Parks
Impact Fees - Roads
Storm Drainage
24,000-
0
24,000-
0
24,000-
10-32-85
911
22,000-
0
22,000-
0
22,000-
212,690-
0
212,690-
0
10-32-75
Total Licenses and Permits:
-
212,690-
'Intergovernmental Revenue
10-33-10
State Liquor
10-33-20
Class'C Road
10-33-25
10-33-30
Park Grant(RAP2)
Sidewalk Improvement-Propert
Total Intergovernmental Revenue:
0
0
0
76,000-
76,000-
76,000-
3,300-
3,300-
3,300-
0
79.300-
1
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0
79,300-
0
79,300-
River Heights City
(1)
Approved
Account
Account Description
Number
Page:
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-Budget
Adjustment
(2)
(3)
Modified
Final
Budget
Adjustment
Budget
Charges for Services
10-34-10
Pailfs and Recreation
iO-34-15
Ball Diamond Rental
0
.0
0
0
10-34-16
Soccer Field Rental
0
0
0
0
10-34-20
T-Ball
10-34-30
Late Fees
Total Charges for Services:
800-
0
800-
0
8000
0
5,000-
0
2,000-
0
.2,000-
525-
0
.225-
0
525-
3,025-
0
3,025-
0
3,025-
-Fines and Forfeitures
10-35-10
Fines and Forfeitures
Total Fines and Forfeitures:
1.800-
1,800-
1,800-
1,800-
1,800-
1,800-
Other Revenue
10-36-10
Other
10-36-15
Bad Debt Recovery
10-36-20
Apple Days-Promotion/Entetaln
10-36-25
Community Affairs - Other
10-36-30
10-36-35
Rent - City Building
Right of Way Fees
10-36-50
Contribution
10-36-60
Interest Income
10-36-70
Recovery Fees -(Weed Control)
Tennis Court - Light Meter
Sidewalk Cost Recovery
Sale of Capital Assets
10-36-75
10-3«0
10-36-85
Total Other Revenue:
2,1000
2,1000
0
0
.0
0
.2,1000
.2,1000
0
0
0
0
5,1000
5;ioo0
100-
0
100-
0
100-
1,300-
0
1,300-
0
1,300-
0
0
0
0
0
600-
0
600-
0
600-
-125-
0
125-
0
125-
0
0
0
0
0
50-
0
50-
0
50-
0
0
0
0
0
0
6,375-
6,375-
0
6,375-
Admlnistratlon
10-41-01
Mayor.and Council
18,600
0
18,600
0
18,600
10-41-03
Treasurer
6,000
0
6,000
0
• 6,000
Recorder
20,200
0
50,200
0
.20,200
1,870
0
1,870
0
1,870
0
0
0
0
0
Supen/isor of Public Works
15,600
0
15,600
0
15,600
-5,000
0
5,000
0
5,000
2,000
0
2,000
0
2,000
-3,500
0
3,500
0
3,500
3,500
.0
3,500
0
3,500
• 0
0
.0
0
0
10-41-05
10^1^6
10-41-08
•10-41-10
•Finance Director
Webmaster
10-41-15
Payroll Taxes
10-41-16
Health Insurance
10-41-40
Audit
10-41-41
Professional Fees
10-4152
Bad Debt
10-4153
Legal
5,000
0
5,000
0
5,000
105156
Dues and Subscriptions
Gas, Oil, Vehicle Repairs
1,800
0
1,800
0
1,800
0
0
0
0
0
1051-50
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yAccount
Account Description
Number
(1)
(2)
(3)
^proved
Modified
Rnal
Adjustment
Budget
Budget
Adjustment
Budget
10-11-55
Insurance Liability and Other
1,500
0
1,500
0
1,500
10-41-65
Repairs and Maintenance
4,000
0
'4,000
0
4,000
10-41-70
Training and Meetings
1,000
0
1,000
0
1.000
10-41-75
Gas
0
0
0
0
0
10-41-80
Bank Service Charges
550
0
550
0
550
10-41-83
Capital,Expenditures
0
0
0
0
0
10-41-85
Security System
0
0
0
0
0
10-41-87
0
0
0
0
0
10-41-90
Capital Expenditures
Depreciation Expense
67,000
0
67,000
0
67,000
1041-95
Miscellaneous
3,000
0
3,000
0
3,000
160,120
0
160,120
0
160,120
1,900
0
1,900
0
1,900
500
0
500
0
500
500
0
500
0
500
700
0
700
0
700
250
0
250
0
250
50
0
50
0
50
300
0
300
0
300
1,100
0
1,100
0
1,100
500
0
500
0
500
0
0
:0
0
0
140
0
140
0
140
Total Administration:
Office ExoenSRs
1044-10
10-44-12
Office and General Supplies
Office Cleaning
10-14-20
Dinner & Party
Computer Maintenance
Computer Updates
10-44-25
Computer - Recorder
1044-30
Copy Machine Maintenance
1044-35
1/3 Caselle
10-44-40
Elections
1044-15
1044-17
y.4447
Fax, Copier, Printer
Fire Extinguisher Service
10-44-49
Nameplates
1044-50
Newsletter/Filers
-4445
1044-52
Newspaper
1044-55
Postage
Ads
35
0
35
0
35
450
0
450
0
450
500
0
500
0
500
1,000
0
1,000
0
1,000
0
1044-60
Cash Over/Cash Under Petty CSH
0
0
0
0
1044-62
Recorder's
0
0
0
0
0
1044-65
Software
1,000
0
1,000
0
1,000
1044-70
Training - Recorder
400
0
400
0
1CMM-75
Gas
550
0
550
0
550
10-44-77
Electricity'
1,450
0
1,450
0
1,450
2,000
Bond
■
400
1044-78
Telephone
2,000
0
2,000
0
10-44-79
Internet
750
0
750
0
750
10-44-80
Web Page Domain
600
0
'600
0
600
1044-85
Web Master
300
0
300
0
300
14,975
0
14,975
0
14,975
Total Office ^penses:
Cbmmiinttv Affairs
104840
Apple Days Dinner - INACTIVE
Apple Days-Promotion/Entertain
Events(X-mas Tree Lighting) f
Apple Days - Quilt
Civic Projects
Emergency Prep - Do not use
1048-50
Float
1048-55
Float Decorations
1048-10
1048-20
1048-21
1048-25
1048-30
48-60
Library
3
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0
0
0
0
0
10.600
0
10,600
0
10,600
1,500
0
1,500
0
0
0
0
0
1,700
0
1,700
0
1,700
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
900
0
900
0
900
5,000
0
5,000
0
5,000
0'
1,500
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July 01,2017(00/17)
(1)
Approved
Account
Account Description
Number
Adjustment
-Budget
Page: -4
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(3)
Modified
Final
Adjustment
Budget
Budget
10-48-65
Museum
0
0
0
0
10-48-67
Neighborhood Watch- Do not use
0
0
0
0
0
10-48-70
Royalty
1,900
:0
1,900
0
1,900
10-48-80
Youth Council
1,000
0
1,000
0
1,000
10-48-90
Sound System
0
0
0
0
.0
22,600
0
22,600
0
22,600
Total Community Affairs:
0
Plannina & Zonlna
10-51-25
Planning Commission
Zoning Administrator/Planner
PayrollTaxes
Advertising, Notices
Cache County Planner
Copies of Ordinances, Maps, Ot
10-51-41
Professional Fees
1.500
0
1,500
0
1,500
10-5M5
Training
1,000
0
1,000
0
1,000
7,100
0
7,100
0
7,100
10-51-07
10-51-10
10-51-15
10-51-19
10-51-20
Total Planning & Zoning;
1,200
0
1,200
0
1,200
2,700
0
2,700
0
.2,700
200
0
200
0
200
500
0
500
0
500
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Public Safety
10-54-10
Crossing
10,000
0
10,000
.0
10,000
10-54-15
Payroll Taxes
820
0
820
0
.820
10-54-19
500
0
500
0
500
200
0
.200
0
200
600
0
600
0
600
10-54-26
Crossing Guard Supplies
Crossing GuardTralnlng
Emergency Preparedness
Neighborhood Watch
0
0
0
0
0
10-54-30
Fire
46,960
0
-46,960
0
46,960
10-54-40
911
23,000
0
23,000
0
23,000
10-54-50
Liquor Law
0
0
0
0
0
10-54-60
Police
10,580
0
10,580
0
10,580
6,200
0
6,200
0
6,200
600
0
600
0
600
99,460
0
99,460
0
99,460
15,600
0
15,600
0
15,600
2,000
0
.2,000
0
2,000
•10,600
0
10,600
0
10,600
10-54-20
10-54-25
Guards
10-54-70
Animal Control
10-54-75
Electricity - School Flashers
Total
Public Safety:
Roads
10-60-10
Supervisor - Roads
10-60-11
Part-Time Wages
10-60-12
Maintenance Assistant
10-60-15
Payroll Taxes
2,200
0
.2,200
0
2,200
10-60-16
Health Insurance
7,300
0
7,300
0
7,300
10-60-22
Engineering & Professional
10-60-24
Trails
10-60-26
Paint Supplies
10-60-30
Walkway Repairs
10-60-40
Signs
10-60-11
Professional Fees
10-6CM6
Dues and Subscriptions
10-60-50
Gas, Oil & Vehicle Repair
500
0
500
0
500
•1,000
0
1,000
0
-1,000
500
0
500
0
.500
.250
0
250
0
.250
3,000
0
3,000
0
3,000
-2,000
0
2,000
0
2,000
0
0
0
0
0
1,600
0
1,600
0
1,600
'
River Heights City
Account
*
Account Description
<1)
(2)
(3)
.Modified
Final
10-60-55
Snow Removal
10-60-56
10-60-60
Insurance, Liability and Other
Street Lighting
10-60-65
Street Repairs
10-60-70
Street Sweeping
10-60-75
Gas - Heating Garage
10-60-76
Storm Water
10-60-77
Electricity
10-60-79
Intemet
10-60-80
Repairs and Maintenance
Capital Expenditures
400 South 700 East Project
10-60-83
10-60-84
10-60-89
100 East Road Project
French Drain - Shop
Water Line - Shop
City Shed - Fencing
10-60-90
Utilities - Do Not Use
10-60-85
10-60-86
10-60-87
Budget
Total Roads:
Budget'
Adjustment
Adjustment
Budget
20.000
0
20,000
0
5,500
p
5,500
0
14,500
0
14,500
o'
20,000
6,500
14,500
5,000
^ 0
5,000
0
0
- 0
.
0
0
600
0
0
600
5,000
0
5,000
0
5,000
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
7,000
0
7,000
0
. 7,000
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
. 0
0
0
0
.0
0
0
0
0
0'
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0 •
0
0
0
0
0
104,150
. 0
104,150
15,246
104,150
0
600.
5,000
•
Parks & Recreation
10-70-10
Supervisor - Parks
10-70-11
Part-Time Wages
■^70-12
Maintenance Assistant
15,246
0
15,246
0
2,800
0
2.800
0
2,800i
13,000
0
13,000
0
13,000*
Payroll Taxes
2,400
0
2,400
0
2,400
10-70-16
Health Insurance
8,270
0
8,270
0
8,270
10-70-20
0
0
0
0
0
0
350
0
350
10-70-35
Events (Apple Days)
Advertising
Cleaning Supplies
Coin Operated Light Controller
0
0
10-70-40
Maintenance Ryan's Park
2,500
0
10-70-11
Professional Fees
2,500
10-70-15
Maintenance - Grounds
4,200
-70-15
10-70-25
10-70-30
0,
'
0
0
0
0
0
350
0
0
2,500
0
2,500
0
2,500
0
2,500
0
4,200
0
4,200
10,000
0
10,000
0
10,000
• 500
0
500
0
500
10-70-50
Maint. Tennis-Pickleball Court
10-70-55
Plant Restoration
10-70-56
insurance Liability and Other
1,600
0
1,600
0
1,600
10-70-60
T-Bail
1,700
0
•i,700
0
1,700
10-70-65
Soccer League Expenses
730
0
730
0
730
10-70-67
Eccies Ice Center
1,400
0
1,400
0
1,400
10-70-70
Tennis Court Utilities
450
0
450
0
10-70-75
Gas
1,800
0
1,800
0
1,800
1,100
0
1,100
0
1,100
0
0
0
0
0
9,000
0
9,000
0
9,000
300
0
300
0
300
0
0
0
0
0
10-70-77
Electricity
10-70-79
Intemet
10-70-80
Repairs & Maintenance
450,
10-70-82
Dugout Benches - Ball Diamond
10-70-83
Capital Expenditures
10-70-86
Park Restroom
700
0
700
0
700
10-70-90
Miscellaneous
300
'0
300
0
300
60,846
0
80,846
0
80,846
Total Parks & Recreation:
'
5
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1
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Number
-Account Description
(2)
(1)
Approved
Budget
(3)
■ Modified
Adjustment
Final
Budget
Adjustment
Budget
Capital Improvements
10-80-20
Dugout Benches-Bali Diamond
0
0
0
0
0
10-80-30
Equipment Purchase - Mower
0
0
0
0
0
10-80-80
Sidewalks and Trails
0
0.
0
0
0
10-80-85
Park Sprinkler
0
0
0
0
0
Total Capital Improvements:
0
0
0
0
0
Other Exoenses
10-90-10
Sanitation
144,000
0
144,000
0
144,000
10-90-92
Transfer to CP Fund
100,000
0
100,000
0
100,000
Total Other Expenses:
244,000
0
244,000
0
244,000
General Fund Revenue Total:
767,990-
0
767,990-
0
757,990-
General Fund Expenditure Total:
733,251
0
733,251
0
733,251
Total General Fund:
34,739-
0
O'
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0
34,739-
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}
V. ^Account
Number
Account Description
(1)
(2)
(3)
Approved
Modified
Rnal
Budget
Adjustment
Budget
Adjustment
Budget
CaDltal Projects Firnrt
Other
40-38-10
interest - Capital Improvement
40-36-90
Transfers from General Fund
40-36-91
Transfers from Water Fund
40-36-92
Transfers from Sewer Fund
Total Other:
50-
0
50-
0
50-
375.000-
0
375,000-
0
375,000-
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
375,050-
0
375.050-
0
375.050-
Deoartment;40
40-40-85
Capital Improvements
0
0
0
0
0
40-40-90
Transfers to Water Fund
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
35,000
0
35,000
0
35,000
35,000
0
35,000
0
35,000
Roads
420,000
0
420,000
0
420,000
Total Department: 60;
420,000
0
420,000
0
420,000
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4,163
0
4.163
0
4,163
4,163
0
4,163
0
4,163
Total Department:40:
Denartment:41
, ^ -41-83
Administrative
Total Department:41:
Deoartment: fiO
40-60-83
Deoartment;70
40-70-83
Parks & Recreation
Total Department: 70:
DeDartment- On
40-80-83
Electricity
Total Department: 80:
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Capital Projects Fund Revenue Totat
375,050-
0
375.050-
0
375.050-
Capital Projects Fund Expenditure Total:
459.163
0
459.163
0
459,163
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July 01,2017(00/17)
(1)
Approved
Account
Number
Account Description
Total Capital Projects Fund:
Budget
84,113
Jun 02. 2017 08:54PM
(2)
Modified
Adjustment
0
Budget
84,113
(3)
Final
Adjustment
0
Budget
84,113
River Heights City
■v _
Budget by Levels Report
July 01,2017(00/17)
ccounl
Account Description
Number
Page:
(1)
(2)
(3)
Approved
Modified
Final
Budget
Adjustment
Budget
Adjustment
Budget
Water Fund
Other
51-36-10
Charges for Serwces - Water
51-36-15
interest Earned - Water
51-36-20
51-36-30
Hookups & Ottier - Water
Impact Fees - Water
51-36-40
Water Connection Fees
0
51-36-91
Transfers from Cap Proj' Fund
0
0
0
51-36-95
Misc. income
51-36-96
Scrap Recovery
51-36-98
Container Refunds
Total Other:
300,000-
300,000-
280-
280-
280-
12,000-
12.000-
12,000-
18,000-
18,000-
18,000-
100-
300,000-
0
0
100-
0
100-
0
0
2,100-
2,100-
2,100-
332.480-
332,480-
332,480-
Water Department
51-40-01
Mayor and Councii
6,300
0
6,300
0
6,300
51-40-03
Treasurer
5,600
0
5,600
0
5,600
40-05
^'40-06
"51-10-10
Recorder
5,030
0
5,030
0
5,030
Finance Director
1.815
0
1.815
0
1,815
23,400
Supervisor - Public Works
Part Time Wages
23,400
0
23,400
0
51-40-11
2,400
0
2,400
0
2,400
51-10-12
Maintenance Assistant
12,800
0
12,800
0
12,800
4,500
51-40-15
Payroll Taxes
4,500
0
4,500
0
51-10-16
Health'Insurance
9,300
0
9,300
0
9,300
51-10-20
1/3 Caselle Fee
1,100
0
1,100
0
1,100
51-10-22
Bad Debt
300
0
300
0
260
0
260
0
260
1,000
0
1,000
0
1,000
51-10-30
Billing Expense
Postage
Bond Payment - Interest
300
51-40-25
0
0
0
0
0
51-40-35
Capital Expenditures
0
0
0
0
0
51-40-37
Depreciation
70,000
0
70,000
0
70,000
51-40-26
51-1(M0
Audit
2,500
0
2,500
0
2,500
51-40-41
Professional Fees
7,000
0
7,000
0
51-40-43
Legal
Dues and Subscriptions
Gas, Oil, & Vehicle Repair
7,000
500
0
500
0
500
850
0
850
0
850
1,700
0
1.700
0
1,700
5,000
51-40-46
51-40-50
Logan City Water Fees
Insurance Liability and Other
5,000
0
5,000
0
51-40-55
6,900
0
6,900
0
ProLog Water Share Assessment
6,900
51-40-60
1,550
0
1,550
0
51-40-65
18,000
0
18,000
0
18,000
2,600
0
2.600
0
2,600
51-10-70
Repairs and Maintenance
Materials and Supplies
Training and meetings
1,550
1,000
0
1,000
0
1,000
51-40-51
51-40-66
51-40-71
Rural Water Fees
51-40-75
Gas
51-40-76
51-10-77
Duplicate-DO NOT USE
Electricity
51-10-78
Telephone
- 10-79
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9
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0
0
0
0
0
1.600
0
1.600
0
1,600
0
0
0
0
0
42.000
0
42,000
0
42,000
1,700
0
1,700
0
1,700
700
0
700
0
700
River Heights City
Budget by Levels Report
July 01,2017(00/17)
(1)
Approved
Account
Account Descfipbon
Number
Budget
Adjustment
Page;
(2)
(3)
Modified
Final
Adjustment
Budget
Budget
51-40-80
Chlorine
3,900
0
3,900
0
3,900
51-40-83
Capital Expenditures-Water
0
0
0
0
0
51-40-85
Replace Water Meters
0
0
0
0
0
51-40-88
Flow Meters
0
0
0
.0
0
51-40-90
ReplaceiReservoIr
0
0
0
0
0
51-40-91
Transfers to Other Funds
0
0
0
0
0
Total Water Department:
241,305
0
,241,305
0
241,305
Water Fund Revenue Total:
332,480-
0
332,480-
0
332,480-
Water Fund Expenditure Total:
241,305
0
241,305
0
241,305
Total Water Fund:
91,175-
0
10
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91,175-
0
91,175-
-
River Heights City
Budget by Levels Report
Page:
JulyOt,2017(00/17)
''\ccount
Account Description
Number
(1)
Approved
Budget
Adjustment
(2)
(3)
Modified
Final
Budget
Adjustment
Budget
Sewer Fund
Other
52-36-10
Charges for Services - Sewer
215,000-
0
215,000-
0
52-36-20
Interest Eamed - Sewer
1,300-
0
1,300-
0
1,300-
52-36-25
Sewer Assessment & Other
5,000-
0
5,000-
0
5,000-
52-36-30
Impact Fees - Sewer
10,000-
0
10,000-
52-36-40
Connection
Total Other:
215,000-
0
10,000-
0
0
0
0
0
231,300-
0
231,300-
0
231,300-
Fees
Sewer Deoartment
52-40-01
Mayor and Council
6,300
0
6,300
0
6,300
52-40-03
Treasurer
5,800
0
5,800
0
5,800
52-40-05
Recorder
5,030
0
5,030
0
5,030
52-40-06
Finance Director
1,815
0
1,815
0
1,815
52-40-10
Supervisor - Public Works
Part Time Wages
7,800
0
7,800
0
7,800
800
0
800
0
800
Maintenance Assistant
6,350
0
6,350
0
6,350
Payroll Taxes
2,600
0
2,600
0
2,600
Health insurance
4,500
0
4,500
0
4,500
52-40-20
1/3 Caselle Fee
1,100
0
1,100
0
1,100
52-40-22
Bad Debt
100
0
100
0
100
52-40-25
Billing Expense
200
0
200
0
200
52-40-26
Postage
Capital Expenditures
950
0
950
0
950
0
0
0
0
0
16,266
0
16,266
0
16,266
2,500
52-40-11
-40-12
^^UO-15
52-40-16
. 52-40-35
52-40-37
Depreciation
52-40-40
Audit
2,500
0
2,500
0
52-4CM3
Legal
100
0
100
0
100
52-40-45
Professional Fees
5,200
0
5,200
0
5,200
52-40-46
200
0
200
0
200
1,500
0
1,500
0
1,500
52-40-70
Dues and Subscriptions
Gas, Oil & Vehicle Repair
Insurance Liability and Other
Repairs and Maintenance
Training and meetings
52-40-75
Gas
52-40-77
Electricity
Telephone
52-40-50
52-40-55
52-40-65
52-40-78
52-40-79
Internet
52-40-60
Sewer Treatment
52-40-85
Supplies
52-40-90
Transfers
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7,400
0
7,400
0
7,400
22,000
0
22,000
0
22,000
1,000
0
1,000
0
1,000
750
0
750
0
750
600
0
600
0
600
1,650
0
1,650
0
1,650
300
0
300
0
300
156,500
0
156,500
0
156,500
100
0
100
0
100
0
0
0
0
0
Total Sewer Department:
259,411
0
259,411
0
259,411
Sewer Fund Revenue Total;
231,300-
0
231,300-
0
231,300-
Sewer Fund Expenditure Total:
259.411
0
259,411
0
259,411
River Heights City
Page:
Budget by Levels Report
July 01,2017(00/17)
Account
Number
Account Description
(1)
(2)
(3)
Approved
Modified
Final
Budget
Total Sewer Fund:
28,111
Grand Totals:
13,690-
Report Criteria:
Print Fund Titles
Page and Total by Fund
Print Source "Titles
Total by Source
Print Department Titles
Total by Department
All Segments Tested for Total Breaks
Adjustment
Budget
.28,111
13,690-
12
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Adjustment
Budget
28.111
13,690-
Eagle Project Procedure
River Heights City
Eagle Project Procedure
Hand^ to Scout
Must pick up procedure from City Office
1. Pick a project
2. Consult with Clayten Nelson (435-213-6948) or Dixie Wilson (435-757-6841)
3. Bring idea to city council (Call city office for time on agenda) 435-752-2646
4. Present good drawings with explanation to City following eagle project guidelines
5. Present the cost you expect the city to pay.
6. Present cost you expect to pay.
7. Present timeline of finished project.
8. Approval from the city at city council meeting
9. While doing the project, keep Clayten informed
10. Project must be inspected by Clayten Nelson
11. When project is finished, come to city council meeting to sign off.
RIVER HEIGHTS CITY WASTE WATER RATES
ANNUAL AMOUNTS TO BE BILLED IF RATES ARE INCREASED TO PASS COST TO CITIZENS
Increase in Mo. Rate
Year
2017-18
2018-19
2019-20
Treatment
Total
Number
Annual
Monthly
Total Monthly
Monthly
Total
cost per
Billed
of
cost per
cost per
Logan billed
RHC Per
Monthly
Before
per year
1000 gallons
Per Year
Connections
Connection
Connection
Per Connection
Connection
RHC Bill
Increase
66.37
69.25
72.13
2020-21
75.01
2021-22
77.89
Year
If cost Is pass thru
Total Flow
Million Gallons
$
$
$
$
$
2.05
2.26
2.48
2.73
3.00
$ 136,058.50
$ 156,505.00
$ 178,882.40
$ 204,777.30
S 233,670.00
616
621
626
631
636
S
$
$
$
$
S
252.02 $
285.75 $
324.53 $
367.41 $
220.87
18.41
21.00
23.81
27.04
30.62
Collection
Total
Number
Annual
Million Gallons
cost per
Billed
of
cost per
cost per
Connection
Connection
per year
66.37
2018-19
69.25
2019-20
72.13
2020-21
75.01
2021-22
77.89
1000 Gallons
$
$
$
$
$
0.27
0.27
0.27
0.27
0.27
Per Year
$
$
$
$
$
Connections
17,919.90
616
18,697.50
621
19,475.iO
626
20,252.70
631
21,030.30
636
$
$
s
$
$
29.09
30.11
31.11
32.10
33.07
23.51
26.41
29.72
33.37
$
$
S
$
$
Monthly
Total Flow
2017-18
$
$
$
s
$
20.83
S
$
$
$
$
2.42
2.51
2.59
2.67
2.76
If the rate is increased for 2017-18 by $10.10.the effect on annual revenue is $74,659($10.10 X 616 connections X12 months).
8.32
8.32
8.32
8.32
8.32
$
$
$
$
s
29.15
19.05
31.83
29.49
34.73
32.22
38.04
35.15
41.69
38.52
Suggested
Increase
$
$
$
S
$
10.10
2.34
2.5i
2.89
3.17
V
MONTHLY WATER RATES IN SELECTED CITIES IN CACHE COUNTY
As of i May 2017
If base Is
Hyde
North
Logan
Nibley
Logan
Park
reduced by $5
River
Providence
Richmond
Heights
Smithfleld
Note 1
Water:
Base amount and for first 10,000 gallons
For next 10,000 gallons to 20,000 gallons
For next 10,000 gallons to 30,000 gallons
For next 10,000 gallons to 40,000 gallons
For next 10,000 gallons to 50,000 gallons
For next 10,000 gallons to 60,000 gallons
For next 10,000 gallons to 70,000 gallons
For next 10,000 gallons to 80,000 gallons
For next 10,000 gallons to 90,000 gallons
For next 10,000 gallons to 100,000 gallons
S
26.00
S
5.00
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
10.00
$
io.oo
$ 10.00 $
7.00
10.00
10.00
$ 10.00 $
7.00
10.00
$
$
10.00
$
7.00
10.00
$
7.00
$
$
$
$
10.00
$
15.00 $
10.00
$
16.00
$
$
9.50
$
9.50
$
9.50
$
$
16.00
$ li.65
10.00 $
$ 10.00 $
i5.70 $
15.70 $
15.70 $
9.50
16.00
7.00
10.00
10.00
$
$
10.00
10.00
7.00
10.09
10.09
7.50 $
15.00 $
15.00 $
15.00 $
15.00 $
'$
9.50
$
$
$
$
16.00
$
S
10.00 $
io.oo $
7.50
7.00
15.70
9.50
5.00
10.00
9.78
10.00
ie.oo
16.00
$
7.50 $
16.00
$
7.50
7.00
$
9.50
5.00
9.50
9.65
15.70
15.70
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
16.00
27.75
$
15.70
22.81
9.50
5.00
$ 26.53
56.00
$
15.70
15.70
Over 100,000 gallons - rates vary
Note 1 - This Is calculated using a base rate of $7.11 plus
a usage amount of $1.57 per 1,000 gallons used.
Note 2- Smithfleld Is planning to raise their water rates and
Is presently studying their costs.
If the base rate Is reduced by $5,the effect on annual revenue Is $36,360($5 X 606 connectllons X 12 mos)
River Heights
6.00
i5.00
23.25 S
7.50 $
7.50 $
10.50
15.00
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
S
$
25.90
S
$
$
Average
Note 2
10.00
10.00
$
$
$
$
$
32.75
7.50
7.50
10.00
11.65
11.65
11.65
11.65
10.00
io.oo
10.00
10.00
95 West 100 South. Suite 115
Logan. UT 8431
Tel 435 227-0333
Project:
1000 East Sidewalk
Description:
Construction of Sidewalk
Date:
2-Jun-17
Prepared By: TRM
UNIT
:rrEM
QUANTITY
UNIT
TOTAL
^
iPRICE '
PRICE
Sidewalk Consthictlon
MoDiiization
1
LS
$
1.000.00
North Side of 600 South
200
LF
South side of Orchard Dr.
North side of Orchard Dr.
216
LF
'220
LF
S
$
$
R
1.000.00
20;00
R
4.000.00
20.00
20.00
$
$
4,320.00
4.400.00
800.00
800.00
800.00
R
R
800 00
R
800.00
4 vviae uoncrete bidewaik
ADA Accessible kamps
Construct 6"
Nortn side of 600 South
1
LS
South side of Orchard Dr.
1
LS
North side of Orchard Dr.
1
LS
$
$
$
hick Concrete Driveway Approach Ramp
North side of 600 South
Soutn side of orchard Dr.
North side of Orchard Dr.
Sawcut Existii ig Asphalt
North side of 600 South
South side of Orchard Dr.
1 North side of Orchard Dr.
140
SF
$
6.00
R
840.00
308
SF
S
6.00
R
1.848.00
280
SF
$
6.00
R
1.680 00
20
LF
LF
$
$
1.50
1.50
R
R
30.00
20
40
LF
$
1.50
R
60.00
24
LF
$
3.00
$
72.00
200
SF
1.00
1.00
900 on
SF
$
$
R
268
R
268.00
270
SF
$
1.00
R
270 00
5
SY
R
27.00
3
SY
9.00
9.00
9.00
46 00
SY
$
$
$
R
3
5
27.00
1
LS
$
800.00
R
800.00
636
LF
$
5.00
R
3.180.00
ESTIMATED GRAND TOTAL:
$
25,497.00
Sawcut Existing Concrete
1 South side of Orchard Dr.
Kemove and 1.iispose or txisting Concrete
North side of 600 South
South side OT Orchard Dr.
North side of Orchard Dr.
Remove and C)ispose of Existing Asphalt Surface
North side of 600 South
South side of Orchard Dr.
North side of Orchard Dr.
Ueannp and Grubbing
IFulI Length for Sidewalk
800.00
30.00
Landscape Restoration
Sprinklers/Planting Finish Surface
contro/ over f/je cost oflabor, materials, equipment, the Contractor's methods ofdetermining prices or
market conditions, the Opinions ofProbable Construction Costs providedfor herein are made on
Eno/S'?W,Sm/n7nf
preparefffhfm/^^^^^^
difsnot nuarantPpThn^
f
^id tabulations OP other simiiar projects. These opinions represent the
the construction industry. However, the Engineer cannot and
construct/on cost wili not varyfrom Opinions ofProbable Construction Costs
AGREEMENT-FOR FIRE PROTECTION SERVICES
THIS AGREEMENT, madeBnd entered
day of.June20r7/:by and between
-the City ofiogan,3 municipal corporation.ofthe State of Utah/hereinafterreferredtoas
"Logan/'and-River-Heights^aTnuniclpal corporation ofthe.State of Utah, hereinafter-referred
to as "River Heights."
This agreement is madeand entered intoipursuantto Sections ll-13-JlandH-13-14
through 11-13-18, ofthe Utah Interlocal.Cooperation act.
This agreement is made and-entered into:based uponthe following recitals:
A. Forthe purposes ofthis agreement,theterm "fire protection services":shall include
services withinthescope.of normalfirefighting andfire prevention servicesthat.are
.providedto residents withinthe City of Logan.
iB. Loganxurrently and hastor-a number.of years provided-River Heightswith-fire
protection services.
-C. The parties wishto'ipromotethe health, safety, welfare and-well-being oftheir
citizensand meettheir respectiveresponsibiiities.by providing fire protection
services.
!D. iogan presentlypossessesthe administrativeandtechnical expertise and isableto
provideand acquirethe necessarypersonnel and equipmenttor-fulktime
professional fire protection.service.
.WITNESSETH:
-WHEREAS,theparties hereto have previously been partyto an agreement for fire
protection services dated the 1^ day of April 2013 and
WHEREAS,theparties desire to enter into a new fire protection agreement to
.commence ontheTirst day of July2017; and
WHEREAS,the parties are desirous of cooperating to mutual advantage by providing the
most effective and economical fire protection services possible.
NOW,THEREFORE, IT IS AGREED AS FOLLOWS:
1. Logan agreesto provide fire protection and fight all fires located within the city
limits of River Heights..
-2. As and for consideration of said fire protection and fire prevention services to be
provided by Logan, River Heights agreesto compensate Logan for.said services as
follows:
a. $32,000 for the.2017-18 fiscal year and increase by 3% annually.
b. Payment will be made annually prior to January 1".
3. This agreement is in^effect.beginning July!,.2017 and will expire on July 1^,2021 or
until changed or rescinded by either party by giving at least sixty (60) days written
notice prior to the end of the then current year budget.
4. It is agreedthat the Logan City Mayor and/or his/her designees will meet with the
-River Heights Mayor and/or his/her designees each year during the period when the
.budget of Logan is being prepared. These meetings must be requested by River
Heights and lacking a request, Logan City will be justified in assuming thatthe
agreement will continue as written without any substantial changes exceptfor
changes in assessments for the forthcoming year. If a meeting is called the parties
agree to discussthe agreement, its effectiveness, and whether or not either-party
desires to give notice of withdrawal.
5. Logan agrees to provide fire suppression service contingent upon River Heights
•providing appropriate water pressure and volume and sufficient hydrant capability.
If sufficient capability does not exist, Logan can only providethis service within the
context of that capability.
6. Logan is not responsible for River Heights' portion of any cost share agreements for
the suppression of wildland fires.
7. Logan agreesto provide fire prevention education for the community,schools, and
community groups.
8. In the event that a request is made to Logan to fight fires outside Logan, Logan
covenants and agrees to provide continuing protection to River Heights on the same
basis as to Logan, via mutual-aid agreements with other fire departments.
9. This agreement supersedes all previous agreements.
James Brackner, River Helghts Mayor
ATTEST:
Sheila Lind, Recorder
-Logan City Representative
ATTEST:
WnSOTCH
525 West 465 North.Suite 1 10
Providence, Utah 84332
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BEAR RIVER ASSOCIATION OF GOVERNMENTS
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170 N. >Maih, Logan, Ut^ 84321 ♦ (435) 752-7242 ♦ Fax (435) 752-6962 ♦ www.brag.utah.gov
June 12,2017
Sheila Lind
Box Euier
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River Heights pity
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Dear Ms. Lind,
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Roger C.Jones
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—Bear-River Association of Governments (BRAGfewill-be applying for-funding-in -
- .the next few weeks to-.update the regional natural hazard mitigation plan for all ■
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/jurisdictions in Box Elder, Cache,"and .Rich'Gounties.
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GOVERNING BOARD
■ .Stan.Summers ^ - 'J-; • >
County Commissioner . ^ _
J,.In-order to do so,lhe FederalEmergency Management Agency (FEMA) now ; '
requires us to-collect "letters .of commitment to participate'' ^oni.local goyemments
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. before we can apply.for funds. While local governments are not-required by law to
participate, those that would like to be eligible for federal pre- and-post-disaster funds '•,
froni FEMA are required "to participate in a planning process "that leads to a FEMA- ;
BOX ELDER COUNTY
, Roger Fridal. ; •
■Mayor ofTremohton
-JeffHadfi^d
County Commissioner
Jeff-Scott
County Commissioner,
Tyler Vincent
Mayor ofBrigham City
approved hazard mitigation plan, and adopt the final plan bv resolution whehxompletedl
As we have seen in the Bear Riyer regibn this year with recent flooding,' wildfire,.and
- Other natural hazard events, it is"advantageous for communities to participate in this.'
planhing process andto adoptthe plansothey are eligible to apply for"various federal'
funds when the need arises. , ,
CACHE COUNTY
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River Heights, UT 84321
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' .There will be no-financial commitment required bv vour jurisdiction for this plan
update process.. We onlv ask for vour time to participate in meetings, to create natural - • •
hazard mitigation strategies for vour community, to review the draft plan.'and to adopt !'
the plan aftefit is completed. ;
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•Mayor ofLogan ~
ValK, Potter^ •
County CouncilMember
Darrell Simmons ^
Mayor of Zmiihfield '
' Cordell (Cory) Ycatcs •
"" ■ , "- .BRAG was asked:by local governments to writethe.first regional planJn.2004;,, , '
,RICH COUNTY^ ^
plan).iWe would like to start the update process.in early 2018 and complete the plan in- ,
~2026-id-comply-with-FEMA's*5=yearplan-ujDdateTequirements:—
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and updated the plan in 2009, then in 2015 (visit www.brag.utah.gov to see the current
County.CouncilMember
" William Cox
County Commissioner
" John Spuhler
• Mayor ofGarden City '
'Norman A-W«to'n ^
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County Commissioner.
Simeon (Sim) Weston, Vice Chair
. Mayor fLaietown
Thomas J. Weston
Coiinty Commissioner.
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- Enclosed is.a letter template for your use. >PIease'fiII in the.letter and have the "
chief.elected bflicial for your jurisdiction sigh and return it to me bv Friday. June .
23'^-(Please let me know if vbu need mofe'tiiiie). Scan and e-hiail the letter to
zacc@brag.utah.goy,'6r mail a: hard copy to: BRAG, Attii: Zac Covington, 170 N..
Main, Logan, UT -84333.- ' / .
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Thank.you; for your consideration, and please let m'e know if you haVe any
questibns.'ofconcernsbyealling435.713.1423.
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Sincerely,
Zac Govington
Sr. Regional Planner
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ServingNorthern Utah Since 1971.
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Zac Covington, Sr. Regional Planner
Bear River Associations of Governments(BRAG)
170N. Main
Logan, UT 84321
Re: Letter of Commitment to Participate in the Bear River Region Multi-jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation
Planning Process
Dear Mr. Covington,
As the Federal Emergency Management Agency's(FEMA)Local Mitigation Plan requirements under 44
CFR §201.6 specifically identify criteria that allow for multi-jurisdictional mitigation plans and that many issues
are better resolved by evaluating ha^rds more comprehensively by coordinating at the county, regional, or
watershed level,
(Town/City) is submitting this letter of commitment to confirm that
(Town/City)has agreed to participate in the Bear River Region Multi-jurisdictional Hazard
Mitigation Planning Process.
Further, as a condition to participating in hazard mitigation planning;
(City/Town)
agrees to meet the requirements for mitigation plans identified in 44 CFR §201.6 and to provide such cooperation
as is necessary and in a timely manner to BRAG to complete the plan in conformance with FEMA requirements.
(City/Town) understands that it must engage in the following planning process, as
more fully described in FEMA's Local Mitigation Plan Review Guide dated October 1,2011, including, but not
limited to:
• Identification of hazards unique to thejurisdiction and not addressed in the master planning document;
• The conduct of a vulnerability analysis and an identification ofrisks, where they differ from the general
planning area;
• The formulation of mitigation goals responsive to public input and development of mitigation actions
complementary to those goals. A range of actions must be identified specific for each jurisdiction;
• Demonstration that there has been proactively offered an opportunity for participation in the planning
process by all community stakeholders(examples of participation include relevant involvement in any
planning process, attending meetings, contributing research, data, or other information, commenting on
drafts ofthe plan, etc.);
• Documentation of an effective process to maintain and implement the plan; and,
• Formal adoption ofthe Multi-jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan by the jurisdiction's govemifig'body
(each jurisdiction must officially adopt the plan).
Therefore, with a full understanding ofthe obligations incurred by participating in the FEMA hazard
mitigation planning process as a participant in a multi-jurisdictional plan; I
(Name),
commit
(Town/City)to participate in the Bear River Region Multi-jurisdictional Hazard
Mitigation Planning Process.
Executed this
day of
^(Month),
(Year)
Name,Title(Chief Elected Official Signature)
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