DEWEYVILLE TOWN COUNCIL MEETING

MINUTES

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2010

7:00 P.M. DEWEYVILLE TOWN HALL

 

 

Attendance:    Robert Thayne, Mayor

                        Lynn Stewart, Council member

                        Sherie Goring, Council member

                        Tracie Williams, Town Clerk

 

Absent:            Council member Page

                        Council member Bingham

 

Visitor:  Steve Krebs, Questar Gas

 

1.                  Opening Ceremony:  Mayor Thayne brought meeting to order by leading the Pledge of Allegiance and Council member Goring giving the opening prayer.

 

2.                  Approval of September Council Meeting Minutes:  

 

MOTION:  Council member Stewart made a motion to accept the Town Council minutes for September 9.  Council member Goring seconded the motion.  Motion passes unanimously.

      Aye Votes:      Mayor Thayne

                              Council member Goring

                              Council member Stewart

 

3.                  Approval of Monthly Bills:  The Town Council discussed Hansen & Associate’s bill.  The Rocky Mt. Power bill was for two months worth because September’s Town Council meeting was held before these power bills came in the mail.  The Council discussed and decided to pay Ashley Williams $9 an hour for working at the park on the walking trail.

 

MOTION:  Council member Goring made a motion to pay the Deweyville bills for September 2010, including Ashley Williams working at the park.  Council member Stewart seconded the motion.  Motion passes unanimously.

      Aye Votes:      Mayor Thayne

                              Council member Goring

                              Council member Stewart

 

4.                  Planning and Zoning Review:  There will be a Public Hearing for the Planning Commission on Wednesday, October 20, at 7:00 p.m. to discuss the new Zoning Ordinance.  Mayor Thayne invited the Town Council to be there.

 

Jon Sorenson came to the Planning Commission meeting held on October 7, to discuss the Litchford’s building plans and set backs.  The permits have been paid for.

 

5.                  Questar Gas:  Steve Krebs – Discuss Therm Wise Program and Low Income Assistance:  He likes to come to the smaller communities for their meetings at least three times a year.  He passed out information and discussed a couple of programs that is offered by Questar and the HEAT program for low income assistance.  There are rebates for insulation and appliances.  You can check these out at www.thermwise.com.  Check to see if this can be linked from the Town website, or put this information in our newsletter.

 

New Business:

 

6.                  Discussion on Non Residential Water connections, and Inactive Connections:  Council member Stewart has a couple of issues that he would like to discuss.   He suggests having an Agriculture water hook up fee be less then a residential hook up.  The Town will still get a monthly payment from them, and then if the owner builds later they can pay the impact fee.  This would have to be tagged for later reference so not to forget the impact fee and pay the current rate.  Do people have to pay for two water connections for their trailers if no one is living in them?  This can be an inactive fee and pay $15.00.  Does someone who moves from one house to another in Deweyville, need to pay the new connection fee of $30 again?   Town employees need to pay their late water bills.

 

At the next Town Council meeting the fees resolution needs to have a change of the non-residential fees and the turn off fee $10 and Turn On fee be $10.

 

7.                  Business License Application and License Documentation:  Mayor Thayne showed a certificate example from Honeyville.  Business licenses can be given without Town approval unless it is a Conditional Use.  A letter will need to be sent to remind business owners to renew their licenses.  When owners get a business license and it is a Conditional Use, they need to pay just one fee.  The Town will start doing business licensing when a certificate is made up and the plans and rules are better set.

 

8.                  Walking Trail Maintenance:  This is over now for the fall and will continue in the spring, so Council member Goring would like to hire and pay Shauna and Wayne Wright to keep the sprinkler system going and for the upkeep.  It was decided by the Council to pay them $12.50 an hour.

 

MOTION:  Council member Goring made a motion to hire Shauna and Wayne Wright to help with the sprinkling system for the Walking Trail.  Council member Stewart seconded the motion.  Motion passes unanimously.

                  Aye Votes:  Mayor Thayne

                                          Council member Goring

                                          Council member Stewart

 

9.                  Pumpkin Walk Activity:  Council member Goring has been working with the insurance company about the pumpkin walk.  The church parking lot is being used for extra parking space and asked the council to see if they would check the parking lot out for safety issues.  Council member Goring is going to ask Hindi Wilkinson if she would be the nurse on call since she will already be here.  Set up starts Friday at 4:00 and Saturday morning, and the walk goes from 11:00 to 4:00 on Saturday, October 23.

 

10.              Trunk or Treat:  The Trunk or Treat will be held Saturday, October 30, it was suggested to start at 5:30.  Charlotte Meservy would like it to start at 6:00 p.m. here at the Town Hall parking lot. There were some complaints about not having drinks last year so possibly serve apple cider and some water.

 

11.              Appreciation Dinner:  The dinner is planned for Saturday, November 20, here at the Deweyville Town Hall.  It will be catered from the Iron Gate Grill.  Jan Thayne will get everything together for it.  It was discussed to invite others who have helped the town out.  Example: Gil Miller, Dave Pugsley, Paul Fulgham, etc.  Council member Stewart will come up with a list.

 

12.              Discussion on Holding a Work Meeting to Discuss Water and Mobile Home ordinances, Fees Resolution to Include Flat Fee for Water Connection:  It was decided to hold a meeting on Thursday, November 18.  The council needs to post comments through e-mail before the meeting, to give input on how they would like the ordinances changed. The Zoning Ordinance can be adopted this night (11/18/2010) also, after the Public Hearing is held on Thursday, November 11.

 

Unfinished Business: 

 

13.              Water Billing Software and Hand Held Unit:  Council member Page is the one who is getting the information about this.  See if Janae Bunderson (Water Bill Administrator) can get some information about the Town’s people being able to pay their water bills online.

 

14.              Prisbrey Recognition Letter:  It was decided to write this letter and have them look into considering contributing to a Friends of Trail plaque, or bench.

 

15.              Fire District and Water Project Update:  Mayor Thayne has asked if anyone had any ideas on how the Fire District can make money.  The County has cut out a lot of property who would have contributed to the Fire District.  It was discussed to maybe consider raising the fee.

 

Water Project:  It is moving along.  The fence is up around the water tanks at the North.  The bids to do water work at the cemetery is out and the engineer is waiting for them to come back.  This project should be completed by December 31 and the weather should not be an issue for this project.

 

16.              Emergency Management:  Steve Marble – Emergency Manager, will be meeting with Mayor Thayne to discuss emergency preparedness and discuss Mr. Marble’s training.  Mr. Marble needs to be reimbursed for $35 for going to the training.  The Council needs to thinks of things that would help to protect the Town incase of an emergency disaster. 

 

Mayor Thayne has received information about emergency training for people to go from Box Elder County.  This training is going to be held back east and the practice will be held sometime in the spring of 2012.  It was discussed to have Steve Marble, Mike Litchford or the Mayor go.  They need to be on the list before the end of October to secure a spot.  They will be reimbursed.

 

17.              Website Content Discussion:  The website needs to be expanded and have more pictures put on it. 

 

18.              Road to North Tanks and Wells:  The barricades were not bought yet for the road.  There are no good answers on what to do with the speed on this road.  Everyone’s opinion is different for these residents.  Some need to get a running start to make it to their homes.  Council member Stewart said that he would have Clayton Grover (Grover Excavation) to bring some gravel in and grade it before winter. 

 

Public Comments:  This is an opportunity for the public to address the council.  Please limit your comments to three minutes.  No public present at this time.

 

Council Member Reports: 

 

19.              Water and Roads (Lynn Stewart):  Council member Stewart discussed a repossessed house on 10200 N. going up for auction and said that anyone who buys this will have to clean it up.

 

20.              Documentation and Zoning (Sherie Goring):  Council member Goring discussed a Tree Grant.  The Town has to match the grant.  She will contact the people and find out more about it.  She will finish the pumpkin walk.

 

21.              Parks and Public Safety (Eric Page):  Absent

 

22.              Buildings and Cemetery maintenance (Todd Bingham):  Absent

 

Note:  The Town passed a resolution for the Bear River Brag Emergency Disaster Resolution a few months ago and the Town faxed a copy so that the Town is ready in case of a disaster to receive aide.

 

It was discussed to see if Mrs. Naef can be Deweyville’s enforcement office and Mr. Naef to be a volunteer fire fighter for the Fire District.

 

Adjourn:  MOTION:  Council member Goring made a motion to adjourn Town Council meeting.  Council member Stewart seconded the motion.  Motion passes unanimously.  Town Council meeting adjourned at 9:05 p.m.

                  Aye Votes:      Mayor Thayne

                                          Council member Goring

                                          Council member Stewart

 

 

 

Approved:  ___November 11, 2010 _____

 

 

Town Clerk:  _______________________

 

 

 

 

     

                       

DEWEYVILLE TOWN COUNCIL MEETING

MINUTES

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2010

7:00 P.M. DEWEYVILLE TOWN HALL

 

 

Attendance:    Robert Thayne, Mayor

                        Lynn Stewart, Council member

                        Sherie Goring, Council member

                        Tracie Williams, Town Clerk

 

Absent:            Council member Page

                        Council member Bingham

 

Visitor:  Steve Krebs, Questar Gas

 

1.                  Opening Ceremony:  Mayor Thayne brought meeting to order by leading the Pledge of Allegiance and Council member Goring giving the opening prayer.

 

2.                  Approval of September Council Meeting Minutes:  

 

MOTION:  Council member Stewart made a motion to accept the Town Council minutes for September 9.  Council member Goring seconded the motion.  Motion passes unanimously.

      Aye Votes:      Mayor Thayne

                              Council member Goring

                              Council member Stewart

 

3.                  Approval of Monthly Bills:  The Town Council discussed Hansen & Associate’s bill.  The Rocky Mt. Power bill was for two months worth because September’s Town Council meeting was held before these power bills came in the mail.  The Council discussed and decided to pay Ashley Williams $9 an hour for working at the park on the walking trail.

 

MOTION:  Council member Goring made a motion to pay the Deweyville bills for September 2010, including Ashley Williams working at the park.  Council member Stewart seconded the motion.  Motion passes unanimously.

      Aye Votes:      Mayor Thayne

                              Council member Goring

                              Council member Stewart

 

4.                  Planning and Zoning Review:  There will be a Public Hearing for the Planning Commission on Wednesday, October 20, at 7:00 p.m. to discuss the new Zoning Ordinance.  Mayor Thayne invited the Town Council to be there.

 

Jon Sorenson came to the Planning Commission meeting held on October 7, to discuss the Litchford’s building plans and set backs.  The permits have been paid for.

 

5.                  Questar Gas:  Steve Krebs – Discuss Therm Wise Program and Low Income Assistance:  He likes to come to the smaller communities for their meetings at least three times a year.  He passed out information and discussed a couple of programs that is offered by Questar and the HEAT program for low income assistance.  There are rebates for insulation and appliances.  You can check these out at www.thermwise.com.  Check to see if this can be linked from the Town website, or put this information in our newsletter.

 

New Business:

 

6.                  Discussion on Non Residential Water connections, and Inactive Connections:  Council member Stewart has a couple of issues that he would like to discuss.   He suggests having an Agriculture water hook up fee be less then a residential hook up.  The Town will still get a monthly payment from them, and then if the owner builds later they can pay the impact fee.  This would have to be tagged for later reference so not to forget the impact fee and pay the current rate.  Do people have to pay for two water connections for their trailers if no one is living in them?  This can be an inactive fee and pay $15.00.  Does someone who moves from one house to another in Deweyville, need to pay the new connection fee of $30 again?   Town employees need to pay their late water bills.

 

At the next Town Council meeting the fees resolution needs to have a change of the non-residential fees and the turn off fee $10 and Turn On fee be $10.

 

7.                  Business License Application and License Documentation:  Mayor Thayne showed a certificate example from Honeyville.  Business licenses can be given without Town approval unless it is a Conditional Use.  A letter will need to be sent to remind business owners to renew their licenses.  When owners get a business license and it is a Conditional Use, they need to pay just one fee.  The Town will start doing business licensing when a certificate is made up and the plans and rules are better set.

 

8.                  Walking Trail Maintenance:  This is over now for the fall and will continue in the spring, so Council member Goring would like to hire and pay Shauna and Wayne Wright to keep the sprinkler system going and for the upkeep.  It was decided by the Council to pay them $12.50 an hour.

 

MOTION:  Council member Goring made a motion to hire Shauna and Wayne Wright to help with the sprinkling system for the Walking Trail.  Council member Stewart seconded the motion.  Motion passes unanimously.

                  Aye Votes:  Mayor Thayne

                                          Council member Goring

                                          Council member Stewart

 

9.                  Pumpkin Walk Activity:  Council member Goring has been working with the insurance company about the pumpkin walk.  The church parking lot is being used for extra parking space and asked the council to see if they would check the parking lot out for safety issues.  Council member Goring is going to ask Hindi Wilkinson if she would be the nurse on call since she will already be here.  Set up starts Friday at 4:00 and Saturday morning, and the walk goes from 11:00 to 4:00 on Saturday, October 23.

 

10.              Trunk or Treat:  The Trunk or Treat will be held Saturday, October 30, it was suggested to start at 5:30.  Charlotte Meservy would like it to start at 6:00 p.m. here at the Town Hall parking lot. There were some complaints about not having drinks last year so possibly serve apple cider and some water.

 

11.              Appreciation Dinner:  The dinner is planned for Saturday, November 20, here at the Deweyville Town Hall.  It will be catered from the Iron Gate Grill.  Jan Thayne will get everything together for it.  It was discussed to invite others who have helped the town out.  Example: Gil Miller, Dave Pugsley, Paul Fulgham, etc.  Council member Stewart will come up with a list.

 

12.              Discussion on Holding a Work Meeting to Discuss Water and Mobile Home ordinances, Fees Resolution to Include Flat Fee for Water Connection:  It was decided to hold a meeting on Thursday, November 18.  The council needs to post comments through e-mail before the meeting, to give input on how they would like the ordinances changed. The Zoning Ordinance can be adopted this night (11/18/2010) also, after the Public Hearing is held on Thursday, November 11.

 

Unfinished Business: 

 

13.              Water Billing Software and Hand Held Unit:  Council member Page is the one who is getting the information about this.  See if Janae Bunderson (Water Bill Administrator) can get some information about the Town’s people being able to pay their water bills online.

 

14.              Prisbrey Recognition Letter:  It was decided to write this letter and have them look into considering contributing to a Friends of Trail plaque, or bench.

 

15.              Fire District and Water Project Update:  Mayor Thayne has asked if anyone had any ideas on how the Fire District can make money.  The County has cut out a lot of property who would have contributed to the Fire District.  It was discussed to maybe consider raising the fee.

 

Water Project:  It is moving along.  The fence is up around the water tanks at the North.  The bids to do water work at the cemetery is out and the engineer is waiting for them to come back.  This project should be completed by December 31 and the weather should not be an issue for this project.

 

16.              Emergency Management:  Steve Marble – Emergency Manager, will be meeting with Mayor Thayne to discuss emergency preparedness and discuss Mr. Marble’s training.  Mr. Marble needs to be reimbursed for $35 for going to the training.  The Council needs to thinks of things that would help to protect the Town incase of an emergency disaster. 

 

Mayor Thayne has received information about emergency training for people to go from Box Elder County.  This training is going to be held back east and the practice will be held sometime in the spring of 2012.  It was discussed to have Steve Marble, Mike Litchford or the Mayor go.  They need to be on the list before the end of October to secure a spot.  They will be reimbursed.

 

17.              Website Content Discussion:  The website needs to be expanded and have more pictures put on it. 

 

18.              Road to North Tanks and Wells:  The barricades were not bought yet for the road.  There are no good answers on what to do with the speed on this road.  Everyone’s opinion is different for these residents.  Some need to get a running start to make it to their homes.  Council member Stewart said that he would have Clayton Grover (Grover Excavation) to bring some gravel in and grade it before winter. 

 

Public Comments:  This is an opportunity for the public to address the council.  Please limit your comments to three minutes.  No public present at this time.

 

Council Member Reports: 

 

19.              Water and Roads (Lynn Stewart):  Council member Stewart discussed a repossessed house on 10200 N. going up for auction and said that anyone who buys this will have to clean it up.

 

20.              Documentation and Zoning (Sherie Goring):  Council member Goring discussed a Tree Grant.  The Town has to match the grant.  She will contact the people and find out more about it.  She will finish the pumpkin walk.

 

21.              Parks and Public Safety (Eric Page):  Absent

 

22.              Buildings and Cemetery maintenance (Todd Bingham):  Absent

 

Note:  The Town passed a resolution for the Bear River Brag Emergency Disaster Resolution a few months ago and the Town faxed a copy so that the Town is ready in case of a disaster to receive aide.

 

It was discussed to see if Mrs. Naef can be Deweyville’s enforcement office and Mr. Naef to be a volunteer fire fighter for the Fire District.

 

Adjourn:  MOTION:  Council member Goring made a motion to adjourn Town Council meeting.  Council member Stewart seconded the motion.  Motion passes unanimously.  Town Council meeting adjourned at 9:05 p.m.

                  Aye Votes:      Mayor Thayne

                                          Council member Goring

                                          Council member Stewart

 

 

 

Approved:  ___November 11, 2010 _____

 

 

Town Clerk:  _______________________

 

 

 

 

     

                       

DEWEYVILLE TOWN COUNCIL MEETING

MINUTES

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2010

7:00 P.M. DEWEYVILLE TOWN HALL

 

 

Attendance:    Robert Thayne, Mayor

                        Lynn Stewart, Council member

                        Sherie Goring, Council member

                        Tracie Williams, Town Clerk

 

Absent:            Council member Page

                        Council member Bingham

 

Visitor:  Steve Krebs, Questar Gas

 

1.                  Opening Ceremony:  Mayor Thayne brought meeting to order by leading the Pledge of Allegiance and Council member Goring giving the opening prayer.

 

2.                  Approval of September Council Meeting Minutes:  

 

MOTION:  Council member Stewart made a motion to accept the Town Council minutes for September 9.  Council member Goring seconded the motion.  Motion passes unanimously.

      Aye Votes:      Mayor Thayne

                              Council member Goring

                              Council member Stewart

 

3.                  Approval of Monthly Bills:  The Town Council discussed Hansen & Associate’s bill.  The Rocky Mt. Power bill was for two months worth because September’s Town Council meeting was held before these power bills came in the mail.  The Council discussed and decided to pay Ashley Williams $9 an hour for working at the park on the walking trail.

 

MOTION:  Council member Goring made a motion to pay the Deweyville bills for September 2010, including Ashley Williams working at the park.  Council member Stewart seconded the motion.  Motion passes unanimously.

      Aye Votes:      Mayor Thayne

                              Council member Goring

                              Council member Stewart

 

4.                  Planning and Zoning Review:  There will be a Public Hearing for the Planning Commission on Wednesday, October 20, at 7:00 p.m. to discuss the new Zoning Ordinance.  Mayor Thayne invited the Town Council to be there.

 

Jon Sorenson came to the Planning Commission meeting held on October 7, to discuss the Litchford’s building plans and set backs.  The permits have been paid for.

 

5.                  Questar Gas:  Steve Krebs – Discuss Therm Wise Program and Low Income Assistance:  He likes to come to the smaller communities for their meetings at least three times a year.  He passed out information and discussed a couple of programs that is offered by Questar and the HEAT program for low income assistance.  There are rebates for insulation and appliances.  You can check these out at www.thermwise.com.  Check to see if this can be linked from the Town website, or put this information in our newsletter.

 

New Business:

 

6.                  Discussion on Non Residential Water connections, and Inactive Connections:  Council member Stewart has a couple of issues that he would like to discuss.   He suggests having an Agriculture water hook up fee be less then a residential hook up.  The Town will still get a monthly payment from them, and then if the owner builds later they can pay the impact fee.  This would have to be tagged for later reference so not to forget the impact fee and pay the current rate.  Do people have to pay for two water connections for their trailers if no one is living in them?  This can be an inactive fee and pay $15.00.  Does someone who moves from one house to another in Deweyville, need to pay the new connection fee of $30 again?   Town employees need to pay their late water bills.

 

At the next Town Council meeting the fees resolution needs to have a change of the non-residential fees and the turn off fee $10 and Turn On fee be $10.

 

7.                  Business License Application and License Documentation:  Mayor Thayne showed a certificate example from Honeyville.  Business licenses can be given without Town approval unless it is a Conditional Use.  A letter will need to be sent to remind business owners to renew their licenses.  When owners get a business license and it is a Conditional Use, they need to pay just one fee.  The Town will start doing business licensing when a certificate is made up and the plans and rules are better set.

 

8.                  Walking Trail Maintenance:  This is over now for the fall and will continue in the spring, so Council member Goring would like to hire and pay Shauna and Wayne Wright to keep the sprinkler system going and for the upkeep.  It was decided by the Council to pay them $12.50 an hour.

 

MOTION:  Council member Goring made a motion to hire Shauna and Wayne Wright to help with the sprinkling system for the Walking Trail.  Council member Stewart seconded the motion.  Motion passes unanimously.

                  Aye Votes:  Mayor Thayne

                                          Council member Goring

                                          Council member Stewart

 

9.                  Pumpkin Walk Activity:  Council member Goring has been working with the insurance company about the pumpkin walk.  The church parking lot is being used for extra parking space and asked the council to see if they would check the parking lot out for safety issues.  Council member Goring is going to ask Hindi Wilkinson if she would be the nurse on call since she will already be here.  Set up starts Friday at 4:00 and Saturday morning, and the walk goes from 11:00 to 4:00 on Saturday, October 23.

 

10.              Trunk or Treat:  The Trunk or Treat will be held Saturday, October 30, it was suggested to start at 5:30.  Charlotte Meservy would like it to start at 6:00 p.m. here at the Town Hall parking lot. There were some complaints about not having drinks last year so possibly serve apple cider and some water.

 

11.              Appreciation Dinner:  The dinner is planned for Saturday, November 20, here at the Deweyville Town Hall.  It will be catered from the Iron Gate Grill.  Jan Thayne will get everything together for it.  It was discussed to invite others who have helped the town out.  Example: Gil Miller, Dave Pugsley, Paul Fulgham, etc.  Council member Stewart will come up with a list.

 

12.              Discussion on Holding a Work Meeting to Discuss Water and Mobile Home ordinances, Fees Resolution to Include Flat Fee for Water Connection:  It was decided to hold a meeting on Thursday, November 18.  The council needs to post comments through e-mail before the meeting, to give input on how they would like the ordinances changed. The Zoning Ordinance can be adopted this night (11/18/2010) also, after the Public Hearing is held on Thursday, November 11.

 

Unfinished Business: 

 

13.              Water Billing Software and Hand Held Unit:  Council member Page is the one who is getting the information about this.  See if Janae Bunderson (Water Bill Administrator) can get some information about the Town’s people being able to pay their water bills online.

 

14.              Prisbrey Recognition Letter:  It was decided to write this letter and have them look into considering contributing to a Friends of Trail plaque, or bench.

 

15.              Fire District and Water Project Update:  Mayor Thayne has asked if anyone had any ideas on how the Fire District can make money.  The County has cut out a lot of property who would have contributed to the Fire District.  It was discussed to maybe consider raising the fee.

 

Water Project:  It is moving along.  The fence is up around the water tanks at the North.  The bids to do water work at the cemetery is out and the engineer is waiting for them to come back.  This project should be completed by December 31 and the weather should not be an issue for this project.

 

16.              Emergency Management:  Steve Marble – Emergency Manager, will be meeting with Mayor Thayne to discuss emergency preparedness and discuss Mr. Marble’s training.  Mr. Marble needs to be reimbursed for $35 for going to the training.  The Council needs to thinks of things that would help to protect the Town incase of an emergency disaster. 

 

Mayor Thayne has received information about emergency training for people to go from Box Elder County.  This training is going to be held back east and the practice will be held sometime in the spring of 2012.  It was discussed to have Steve Marble, Mike Litchford or the Mayor go.  They need to be on the list before the end of October to secure a spot.  They will be reimbursed.

 

17.              Website Content Discussion:  The website needs to be expanded and have more pictures put on it. 

 

18.              Road to North Tanks and Wells:  The barricades were not bought yet for the road.  There are no good answers on what to do with the speed on this road.  Everyone’s opinion is different for these residents.  Some need to get a running start to make it to their homes.  Council member Stewart said that he would have Clayton Grover (Grover Excavation) to bring some gravel in and grade it before winter. 

 

Public Comments:  This is an opportunity for the public to address the council.  Please limit your comments to three minutes.  No public present at this time.

 

Council Member Reports: 

 

19.              Water and Roads (Lynn Stewart):  Council member Stewart discussed a repossessed house on 10200 N. going up for auction and said that anyone who buys this will have to clean it up.

 

20.              Documentation and Zoning (Sherie Goring):  Council member Goring discussed a Tree Grant.  The Town has to match the grant.  She will contact the people and find out more about it.  She will finish the pumpkin walk.

 

21.              Parks and Public Safety (Eric Page):  Absent

 

22.              Buildings and Cemetery maintenance (Todd Bingham):  Absent

 

Note:  The Town passed a resolution for the Bear River Brag Emergency Disaster Resolution a few months ago and the Town faxed a copy so that the Town is ready in case of a disaster to receive aide.

 

It was discussed to see if Mrs. Naef can be Deweyville’s enforcement office and Mr. Naef to be a volunteer fire fighter for the Fire District.

 

Adjourn:  MOTION:  Council member Goring made a motion to adjourn Town Council meeting.  Council member Stewart seconded the motion.  Motion passes unanimously.  Town Council meeting adjourned at 9:05 p.m.

                  Aye Votes:      Mayor Thayne

                                          Council member Goring

                                          Council member Stewart

 

 

 

Approved:  ___November 11, 2010 _____

 

 

Town Clerk:  _______________________