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PUBLIC WORKS TOPICS 5-21-14 LMS

The city’s Public Works Team discussed restroom design options and a drain connection request at its May 14 meeting. Team Chairman Councilman Fred Waidely reported results of those discussions to the May 21 meeting of the Salmon City Council.

Waidely said that Architect Don Stamp explained alternative design options for the city parks restrooms. He said that after several options were presented and evaluated by the team it was proposed that Stamp make conceptual drawings for the team to consider. Stamp estimated his fee for the drawings will be about $1,500. The team recommended that the City Council approve the conceptual drawings proposal. When the conceptual drawing recommendation was brought to the full council the source of funding was verified as being divided equally between the Urban Renewal Agency and the city. A motion to accept the recommendation was passed on a five to one vote. Russ Chinske cast the one vote of opposition.

Waidely said that Joe Proksch has requested permission to connect the French drain in his parking lot to the city’s storm drain system. Public Works Director Harry Shanafelt recommended that this be done at no expense to the city and the Public Works Team recommended the council approve Proksch’s request.

Steve Matz has inquired about obtaining water and sewer services for his property in the Smedley subdivision. Waidely said that Shanafelt has confirmed those services are available to Matz’s lot 24 and can be provided. The expenses related to extending the water and sewer lines to that property are up to the property owner.

Community Development Project Coordinator Mary Cerise is a member of the Public Works Team. Waidely said she has proposed the adoption of a resolution related to the Idaho Standards for Public Works Construction. The team agreed and is forwarding the resolution to the City Council for its review.

The next meeting of the Public Works Team will be June 11 at 2PM in the Salmon Valley Center meeting room. The meetings are open to the public.


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