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MCCALL CITY COUNCIL AGENDA
May 11, 2017, Regular Meeting
McCall City Council Regular Meeting
May 11, 2017 at 5:30 p.m.
McCall City Hall (Lower Level) Legion Hall
216 East Park Street
AB 17-90 A Public Hearing Request for Approval of Conditional Use Permit CUP-17-01: Heartland High School and Request to Uphold the McCall Area Planning
May 11, 2017, Regular Meeting
and Zoning Commission’s approval of Design Review DR-17-06 Heartland High School, 120 Idaho Street by Denying the Submitted Appeal
At this time, the Mayor will call for any comments from the public for any item(s) the public may wish to bring forward and discuss. Please limit comments to four (4) minutes. The City Council does not take any action or make any decisions during public comment. To request Council action during the Business portion of a Council meeting, contact the City Manager at least one week in advance of a meeting.
AB 17-87 Annual Report from the Library Board of Trustees
AB 17-93 Council Review of FY18 Local Option Tax Applications – Direction to Local Option Tax Commission
AB 17-89 July Fourth Alcohol Restrictions Discussion #2
AB 17-91 Request for Use of Economic Development Funds to Acquire New City Website
Upcoming Meetings Schedule Discussion
Americans with Disabilities Act Notice: The City Council Meeting room is accessible to persons with disabilities. If you need assistance, contact City Hall at 634-7142 at least 48 hours prior to the meeting.
Over the last year, you have told us what you love or would improve about McCall, identified specific opportunities throughout the City and helped create a vision for the future. Now we ask the tough questions. There are a series of projects to help us achieve our vision. Help guide the City’s Comprehensive Plan and Transportation Master Plan by providing your feedback!
Find out more about the planning process by visiting: www.McCallCompPlan2016.com.
May 15 – McCall, ID
Presentation starts at 7:00 pm
In May, 2017 Idaho Firewise is bringing Era of Megafires to Idaho.
Era of Megaﬁres is a 70-minute, multimedia presentation hosted by Dr. Paul Hessburg, who has conducted ﬁre and landscape ecology research for more than 27 years. The presented material comes in the form of fast-moving, short, topic-based talks interspersed with compelling video vignettes and features the work of wildﬁre photographer, John Marshall. Think Ted X mixed with snappy documentary shorts and compelling photography. The videos are produced by award-winning documentary ﬁlm company, North 40 Productions, of Wenatchee, WA.
The presentation is designed to educate audiences across the West so that they may better participate in the conversation and solutions surrounding wildfires.
Additional Supporters of these events include: Idaho Bureau of Land Management, the Northern Rockies Fire Science Network, University of Idaho Extension Forestry, Idaho Department of Lands, Idaho State Parks, the Valley County Fire Working Group, the Nez Perce Tribe, Mid-Snake RC&D, Boise Fire Department.
WESTERN FEDERAL LANDS HIGHWAY DIVISION
NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING
Wednesday, May 24, 2017
1:00 PM – 2:30 PM & 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
Informational Open House
Payette National Forest Building – Weiser/Idaho Conference Room
500 North Mission Street, McCall, ID 83638
ID PFH 21(7); Warren Wagon Road Project
Valley County and Western Federal Lands Highway
Division (WFLHD) of the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) will hold a public open house regarding the latest updates on the proposed reconstruction of Warren Wagon Road, located in Valley County.
Identified as Warren Wagon Road Project, the proposed project focuses on approximately 5.5 miles of roadway, from milepost 2.23 (McCall/Valley County line) to just beyond the intersection with East Side Drive in Valley County.
The project includes pavement widening, culvert replacements, and guardrail installation. At Milepost 7.89, the intersection of Warren Wagon Road and East Side Drive would be reconstructed to a 90-degree approach. Proposed improvements also include a wider paved shoulder to more safely accommodate bicyclists and pedestrians.
All interested persons are invited to attend and present relevant comments and questions. Design information will be displayed and personnel from WFLHD will be present to answer questions and receive comments. The “open house” format allows the public to come at any time during the advertised hours, gather pertinent information about the project, speak one-on-one with project personnel, and leave as they wish. A formal presentation will not be included as part of this open house.
Comments will be collected through June 23, 2017. Written comments or requests should be submitted to: Dan Slanina, Project Manager, Western Federal Lands, 610 East 5th Street, Vancouver, WA 98661 Daniel.Slanina@dot.gov; voice telephone 360-619-7617.
Any person needing assistance or auxiliary communications equipment due to sensory impairment or other disability should contact Dan Slanina (contact info above). Notification of the need for assistance must be made by May 18, 2017.
The project will remove and replace eight bridges on U.S. 95 in Adams County between Cambridge and New Meadows. Construction begins next week and continues through November. There will be no lane closures over the Memorial Day, Labor Day and July 4th weekends.
In Each Work Zone:
- Traffic will be reduced to one lane
- Loads will be restricted to 11 feet wide
- Shoulders will be closed
- Speed limit will be reduced to 35 miles per hour in each work zone.
For more information:
Visit the project website at:
Your Safety. Your Mobility. Your Economic Opportunity.
May 2nd at 6:30—7:30pm
Bring extra seeds, plant and experience to swap with other local community gardeners. All are welcome, free admission!
Fun with Math and Science
May 10th & 11th
A fun, hands-on preschool program with science as an emphasis. Two days, registration is free, sign up at the front desk or call 634-5522. Materials provided by the Idaho Commission for Libraries.
Doing Democracy—the Art of Public Discussion
May 16th from 6:30-8:30pm
This program will sponsor open public dialogues throughout the year on issues facing our community. The hope is to foster a culture of civil discourse that allows multiple perspectives and creative conflict leading to the discovery of common needs and perhaps common visions.
Last month, our first conversation focused on brainstorming and generating topics for this year’s discussions, which were then voted on. Our very first discussion will be on the topic of: “How can we design our community so a person’s income is not a barrier to opportunity or well-being? What does it say about our collective priorities that people who work here cannot afford a decent living?” All are welcome, so come down and meet with your fellow citizens. Free babysitting will be provided.
Hiker’s Guide Author Visit
May 17th at 6:30pm
Come join local author, Scott Marchant, for an introduction and slideshow on hikes from his new guidebook–The Hiker’s Guide McCall & Cascade (2nd Edition). The new book, which will release in late April, highlights 65 hikes near McCall, Cascade and Warm Lake. In this 2nd edition, you will discover twenty-one new hikes, different hiking options for hikes found in the 1st edition, improved maps and color photography. Scott will share many of the new trails he discovered over the last year including the best hikes for early season, views, solitude, wildflowers, backpacking and hiking with the family. In addition to the scenic photography Scott will share, he will also discuss trailhead access and the best times to hike each trail.
May 19th from 3:30 – 4:30pm
Every 3rd Friday of the month
Participants can free-build or participate in our monthly Lego activity/challenge. Build anything you can imagine; we have the materials. We hope to see you there! This will be our final Let’s Lego program till September, see you at Summer Reading!
May 26th from 3:30 – 5:30pm
Every last Friday of the Month
Team up with a partner, or go it alone making a marble maze! Prizes will be awarded for design and complexity. This will be our final Makerspace program till September, see you at Summer Reading!