June 2018 Council Minutes
Minutes of the Greenland City Council June 11, 2018
Meeting called to order at 6pm. Those in attendance: Mayor Groom, Stephanie Sharp, Eric Bryant, Larry Forrester, Danny Dutton, Beckey Center, Lisa Thornton, Bill Yoes, Pat Lindabury, Chief Ricker, Danny
Wright and various guests.
Motion by Thornton, 2nd by Bryant to approve the May’s council minutes. Motion passes 7-0.
Motion by Thornton, 2nd by Dutton to approve the May’s treasurer's report. Thornton had a follow up question from last month on Laura Burns’ hours and pay. Mayor stated he had looked into it and that he feels we need someone in that position for 10 hours a week not “as needed” as the council approved
when the position was created years ago. Thornton stated that the personnel never saw an application or approved the hiring of Burns and that she has been receiving a paycheck since October of 2017 but last month you said she was still training. Thornton asked if Burns was told on “as needed” and the
mayor said yes. Thornton also asked why Tammy Shaffer’s pay changes every week, is she getting overtime? The mayor said he didn’t know but he would check into it. Thornton said we are over budget
because of all of this. Mayor said we could talk about it more later on in the meeting when the item is to be discussed on the agenda. Motion passes 7-0.
Brenda Reynolds presented the planning commission report. No building inspector activity.
Chief Ricker presented the court and police report.
Park Update/Park Grant: Chief Ricker held a public meeting to get on June 11, 2018 to get the public’s input on the park. He also has recently met with a fish and wildlife biologist to get input on maintaining and preserving the new park property. We are still waiting on a report from ADEQ which is holding up the grant money we are to receive. The West Fork Fire Department spent nearly a full Saturday in April burning off some of the property at no charge to the city. Chief said it would be a good will gesture to donate some money to the fire department as a thank you. Motion by Bryant, 2 nd by Yoes to donate $200 to the WFFD as a thank you for doing the controlled burn. Motion passes 7-0.
Ordinance #329 Alcohol Sales: 1st reading: Motion by Thornton, 2nd by Yoes to place ordinance #329 on first reading by title only. Motion passes 7-0. Mr. Wright read it. Motion by Thornton, 2nd by Yoes
to approve the first reading of ordinance #329. Motion passes 7-0.
Ordinance #330: Engine Brakes: Motion by Thornton, 2nd by Dutton to place ordinance #330 on the first reading by title only. Motion carries 7-0. Mr. Wright read. Motion by Thornton, 2nd by Yoes to accept the first reading on ordinance #330. Motion passes 7-0. Motion by Thornton, 2nd by Center to suspend
the rules and place ordinance #330 on the second reading by title only. Roll Call: DUTTON Y, CENTER Y, LINDABURY Y, FORRESTER Y, YOES Y, THORNTON Y, BRYANT Y. MOTION CARRIES 7-0. Mr. Wright read it. Motion by Thornton, 2nd by Dutton to accept the second reading of ordinance #330 by title only.
Motion passes 7-0. Motion by Thornton, 2nd by Center to suspend the rules and place ordinance #330 on the third and final reading by title only. Roll Call: DUTTON Y, CENTER Y, LINDABURY Y, FORRESTER Y, YOES Y, THORNTON Y, BRYANT Y. MOTION CARRIES 7-0. Mr. Wright read it.
Motion by Thornton, 2nd by Center to accept ordinance #330 by title only. Motion passes 7-0. Budget Adjustment: Discussion was related to the previous noted discussion during approval of treasurer’s report. Thornton said the mayor isn’t in control of the office. He disagreed. After more discussion of rehashing the conversation during the treasurer’s report, no action was taken but council
wants the mayor to get Tammy’s and Laura’s hours straightened out before a budget adjustment.
Council agreed to let Burns work 10 hours a week until August 13 th at which time the situation would be addressed again.
Announcements: 4 way stop signs were installed at Tanner and Powerline.
Citizens comments: Mr. Horn asked about what the mayor found out about Leticia St and the bridge. Mr. Horn presented minutes from 1996 that showed the council had approved the construction of a new bridge. Mr. Horn said that the county purchases 4' by 6' concrete box culvert “seconds” at a much
reduced price. The mayor said he would look into that.
Motion to adjourn ay 7:02 by Bryant, 2nd by Thornton. Motion passes 7-0.