|CITY OF SOUTH BEND - COUNCIL MEETING - September 11, 2017|
|1-2. CALL TO ORDER AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE|
The council meeting was called to order by Mayor Struck at 5:30 pm followed by the Pledge of Allegiance. Members present: Councilor Kuiken, Councilor Neve, Councilor Webber, Councilor Hall, Assistant Fire Chief McGee, Sergeant Stigall and Clerk/Treasurer Roberts. Councilor Williams (excused), Police Chief Eastham and City Supervisor Houk were absent.
|3. APPROVAL OF AGENDA, CONSENT AGENDA, AND APPROVAL OF MINUTES|
Prior to the approval of the Agenda Mayor Struck requested an amendment to the agenda adding item # 4A – Shoreline Management Permit
A motion was made by Councilor Neve to approve the Amended Agenda, Consent Agenda and the minutes of the August 28, 2017 regular meeting. The motion was seconded by Councilor Webber. Vote: Ayes-4, Noes-0, Absent-1
Vendors – Check #43318 thru Check #43365 - $150,168.07
Payroll - Check #24308 thru Check #24323 - $96,869.41 Including Direct Deposit
|4A. SHORELINE MANAGEMENT PERMIT|
Mayor Struck presented the Shoreline Management Permit and explained that based on the Findings of Fact, the Planning Commission makes the following conclusion and recommendations to the City Council: The finds of fact show consistency of the project with the City of South Bend Shoreline Master Program, the Comprehensive Plan, and other city development regulations. The Planning Commission recommends that the city council approve this application for a Substantial Development Permit as presented in the Joint Aquatic Resource Permit Application (JARPA) and drawings submitted by Coast Seafood Company.
The Project Summary is as follows:
- Removal of an existing 3,942 SF concrete wastewater containment on-grade slab and replacement with a larger 6,714 SF Slab;
- Removal of a secondary wastewater tank and replaced with a 192”X84”X160” tank that has a particulate separator, pump system and chemical treatment system;
- Installation of two 96-gallon collection vaults and French drains, with oil/water separators.
Councilor Hall made a motion to accept the Shoreline Management Permit as presented and recommended by the Planning Commission. The motion was seconded by Councilor Webber. Vote: Ayes-4, Noes-0, Absent-1
|5. ITEMS FROM THE PUBLIC|
|6. DEPARTMENT HEAD REPORTS|
Sergeant Stigall gave a brief report on the Come Play on Labor Day festivities. He advised that all went well and thanked the Raymond Police Department and the Pacific County Sheriff’s Department for their help during the parade on Sunday. It was very much appreciated.
|7. MAYOR’S REPORT|
Mayor Struck reported that she also felt like Come Play on Labor Day was successful. After all of the bills were paid they are in the black so she considered that an achievement. She thanked the South Bend Police Department as well as the city crew for all of their work. There is a great deal of work that is done behind the scenes that people don’t see and it is also much appreciated.
|8. COUNCIL COMMENTS|
- Councilor Kuiken thought it was a fun weekend. The fireworks were a great display and he participated in the fire patrol at the fireworks location and everything went very smoothly even as dry as it was.
- Councilor Hall was curious about the mosquito spraying before Labor Day. Mayor Struck explained that Three Rivers Mosquito & Vector Control started spraying prior to the weekend, but Ed Horvath’s four-wheeler broke down and there was no place locally to get parts so he wasn’t able to finish. He was about 50% done when he broke down. He was back and sprayed on September 10th and 11th.
- Councilor Hall advised that he would not be at the next (September 25th) council meeting.
The meeting was adjourned at 5:39 PM to meet again at 5:30 PM on Monday, September 25, 2017 for the next regularly scheduled meeting at South Bend City Hall.