City Council Minutes

On October 11, 2021, at 6:30 P.M., The Mayor and Richfield City Council held their regular city council meeting.

Mayor Tom Naylor called the meeting to order.

Pledge of Allegiance

Roll Call: Councilman Leaven Hatch, Councilman Levi Long, Councilman Mark Whitesell, Councilman Mitch Henson, and Mayor Tom Naylor all present.

Guests included: Pat Baker of Baker Insurance, Brian Craig of Prescott Craig Insurance, Alex Sutter, Kelsey Martinez Lincoln County Deputy, Celina Espino Lincoln County Code Enforcer.

ACTION ITEMS:

Agenda: Councilman Levi Long made the motion to approve the agenda as posted, 2nd by Councilman Mitch Henson. Motion Carried.

Minutes: Councilman Leaven Hatch made the motion to approve the minutes from the previous months meeting, 2nd by Councilman Levi Long. Motion Carried.

Treasurer’s Report: Councilman Whitesell made the motion to approve the treasurer’s report, 2nd by Councilman Leaven Hatch. Motion Carried.

ACTION ITEMS:

Councilman Hatch made the motion to approve the Resolution 45 the Comprehensive Plan Update every 5 years next up date will be 2026, 2nd by Councilman Levi Long. Motion Carried.

Pat Baker (Retiring) Baker Insurance and Brian Craig (Prescott Insurance) who is purchasing the business met with the mayor and city council to give the Renewal of the ICRMP liability insurance for fiscal year 2021-2022. The insurance increased $284.00 for the upcoming year. The premium is $9,749.00. Councilman Levi Long made the motion to approve the premium, 2nd by Councilman Mark Whitesell. Motion Carried.

Sheriff Report for October 2021 was given by Deputy Kelsie Matrinez. Estimated hours were 88 hours with 28 calls.

Lincoln County Code Enforcer Celina Espino spoke with the mayor and city council. An agreement between the City of Richfield and Lincoln County Commissioners would have to be signed. Lincoln County Prosecutor Richard Roats will be contacted by Celina Espino to work out the agreement. Approximately 20 hours was talked about to be spent in the city.

ETS Broadband Update: Glanbia Food donated 1 ¼ acres at the corner of

1320 N. 1250 E. to place a tower for the Broadband internet. Mayor Naylor stated that he was working out an agreement with Patti Damele on a piece of property she owns to place another tower on. January 1, 2022 is the deadline to sign up for Broadband.

No update on the land swap with Alvaro Vazquez.

Maintenance Report: Jason told the city council that Idaho Power Co. wants to add an additional power pole in the city park.

Water/Sewer trenches have been excavated.

Backflow Preventers: Several property owners have already had their underground sprinklers blown out for the season. They will have the preventer tested in the spring. The city will send out reminders in April to remind them to have them tested before they use them. If they do not comply the City will turn off the water until they do.

Natural Gas no updates.

Noise Ordinance will do at a later date.

Alex Sutter purchased Mike Saul property at Block 26 Lots 1-3 he is requesting a rezone of the 3 lots from residential to commercial to place storage units on. The P&Z Commission recommended to the city council to approve the rezone.

Councilman Henson made the motion to approve the rezone and set a date for the Public Hearing, 2nd by Councilman Whitesell.

Roll Call Vote: Hatch aye, Long aye, Whitesell aye, Henson aye. Motion Carried.

Public Hearing date will be October 26, 2021 at 6:00 P.M. for the Planning and Zoning Commission. The City of Richfield Council will hold their public hearing the same evening but at 7:00 P.M. Anyone within 300’ of the property will be notified of the public hearing and will take verbal or written comments at the hearing.

Publication will be in the Courier News.

Auditor Information: Brown/Workman from Twin Falls/Hailey met with the clerk and mayor about the audit process. The Clerk will try and get the 2019-2020 books from Ware & Associates by the end of the month. If they have started on the audit give them a deadline to complete. It was suggested by the auditors to keep the water program but just update the program.

Discussion was held on the city attorney. Brendan Ash from Gooding, Idaho has shown some interest but the mayor is having a hard time catching up with him.

Councilman Levi Long made the motion to retain Mr. Ash as the city attorney, 2nd by Mark Whitesell. Motion Carried.

Bills were read by the city clerk. Councilman Leaven Hatch made the motion to approve the bills to pay, 2nd by Councilman Long. Motion Carried.

CITY ACCOUNT WATER ACCOUNT

No. 6981 ICRMP Insurance 9,749.00 No. 10054 NCPERS 16.00

No. 6982 Timberline Trash 61.50 No. 10055 PERSI 2,799.01

No. 6983 Century Link 200.01 No. 10056 State Tax Commission 677.00

No. 6984 A.I.C. 400.00 No. 10057 Layne Pump 2,324.00

No. 6985 Home Depot 63.55 No. 10058 Century Link 9.00

No. 6986 Friday’s Market 28.37 No. 10059 Idaho D. E. Q. 1,760.00

No. 6987 Zion’s Bank 152.68 No. 10060 Valley Wide CoOp 257.91

No. 6988 Kilgore Co. 2,138.87 No. 10061 Magic Valley Lab 168.00

No. 6989 Richfield Highway District 218.95 No. 10062 Platt 1,501.75

No. 6990 Richfield Highway District 2,289.20 No. 10063 H.D. Fowler 3,215.73

No. 6991 T.V. Pipe Co. 2,020.10 No. 10064 Ace Hardware 19.89

No. 6992 Verizon Wireless 109.14 No. 10065 McHugh/Bromley 17.83

No. 6993 Idaho Power Co. 1,001.03 No. 10066 Postmaster 61.20

No. 6994 Courier News 84.00 No. 10067 Idaho Power Co. 4,680.39

No. 10068 T. Naylor 85.19

Bank Balance 9/30/21 $634,326.25 No. 10069 L. Hatch 8.51

Book Balance $633,074.07 No. 10070 L. Long 8.51

Deposits 14,927.69 No. 10071 M. Whitesell 8.51

Expenditures 18,591.22 No. 10072 M. Henson 8.51

Bank Balance 10/31/21 $630,662.72 No. 10073 J. Brauburger 2,790.86

Checks Out 1,254.32 No. 10074 J. Loughmiller 170.38

Book Balance $629,408.40 No. 10075 J. Loughmiller 2,517.04

No. 10076 L. Swainston 3,138.71

SEWER ACCOUNT No. 10077 J. Gill 557.33

No. 10078 Blue Shield 2,182.10

No. 3498 Grade Tech PLLC 1,640.84

No. 3499 JUB Engineers 263.00 Bank Balance 9/30/21 $363,049.32

No. 3500 Thatcher Co. Inc. 199.48 Book Balance $355,246.07

No. 3501 Magic Valley Lab 660.00 Deposits 39,585.26

No. 3502 Old Castle Infrastructure 4,454.99 Expenditures 32,048.17

No. 3503 USA BlueBook 233.43 Bank Balance 10/31/21 $370,586.41

No. 3504 Idaho Power Co. 1,009.54 Check Out 8,573.73

Book Balance $362,012.68

Bank Balance 9/30/21 $73,913.89

Book Balance $72,935.41 REVENUE SHARING ACCOUNT

Deposits 24,616.50

Expenditures 32,566.64 No. 1308 Craig Hobdey 250.00

Bank Balance 10/31/21 $65,963.85 No. 1309 Lincoln County 500.00

Check Out 1,009.54

Book Balance $64,954.31 B&B Balance 9/30/21 $61,986.88

Deposits 1.96

SEWER REPAIR ACCOUNT Expenditures 750.00

B&B Balance 10/31/21 $61,238.84

B&B Balance 9/10/21 $190,294.05

Deposits 1,005.84 WITHHOLDING ACCOUNT

Expenditures --------

B&B Balance 10/8/21 $191,299.89 B&B Balance 9/30/21 $10,071.86

Deposits 3,637.07

Expenditures 3,637.00

B&B Balance 10/31/21 $10,071.93

STATE TREASURER’S FUND

CITY ACCOUNT

9/30/21 Balance $645,112.17

Interest

10/31/21 Balance

WATER ACCOUNT

9/30/21 Balance $210,131.23

Interest

10/31/21 Balance

SEWER ACCOUNT

9/30/21 Balance $198,906.10

Interest

10/31/21

Councilman Levi Long made the motion at 8:10 P.M., to adjourn the city council meeting, 2nd by Councilman Leaven Hatch. Motion Carried

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Mayor Tom Naylor City Clerk Lu Ann Swainston


The Richfield Mayor and City Council held a Public Hearing, October 26, 2021, at 7:00 P.M. for a Rezone Application from Alex Sutter.

Mayor Tom Naylor opened the Public Hearing.

Roll Call: Councilman Leaven Hatch present, Councilman Levi Long present, Councilman Mark Whitesell present, Councilman Mitch Henson present and Mayor Tom Naylor present. Richfield Planning and Zoning Administrator Jose Loughmiller present.

Guests included Thelma Martz, Donna Vejmola, Alex Sutter, Nathan Fuchs.

Agenda: Levi Long made the motion to approve the Agenda item Public Hearing, 2nd by Leaven Hatch. Motion Carried.

Alex Sutter has asked for a rezone of property he owns Block 26 Lot 1-3 from residential to commercial to place 2 --- 30’ X 130’ storage units on the property. Each unit would contain 26 units; the units would be 10’ X 15’. There would be 30’ between the units. The set back off of Bannock Avenue, 2nd street would be 8’. Access would be off of 2nd street with a fire access road off of Bannock Avenue.

Public Comments:

Concerns from Thelma Martz property owner and renter of property Donna Vejmola was discussed with the city council.

  1. They are concerned about the irrigation ditch that is between the properties, on how they would get water?

  2. More traffic.

  3. Lighting was a concern

  4. Hours of operation during the day and not at night.

A letter was received from Justin and Jackie Matheney against the rezone. They have concerns on how this will affect the safety of their neighborhood; they don’t want to worry about what kind of people would be around their home and neighborhood. They felt like it would affect their property values.

Alex stated that he planned on putting a chain link fence around the storage units. A privacy fence on the line between the neighbors to the east was also discussed.

Jose Loughmiller from P&Z stated that the commission forwarded the recommendation of approval to the city council. The commission felt that Alex and Nathan would address the issues that were brought up.

Councilman Leaven Hatch made the motion to adjourn the public hearing, 2nd by Councilman Levi Long. Motion Carried.

Regular Meeting:

Councilman Hatch suggested having a letter of intent from the owners on what they will provide (lighting, security fencing, gravel, drainage of irrigation water, fire access).

ACTION ITEM:

Councilman Long made the motion to approve the rezone request by Alex Sutter from residential to commercial, 2nd by Councilman Whitesell.

Roll Call Vote: Councilman Leaven Hatch approve

Councilman Levi Long approve

Councilman Mark Whitesell approve

Councilman Mitch Henson approve

All approved.

After no further business Councilman Leaven Hatch made the motion to adjourn the meeting at 7:33 P.M. 2nd by Councilman Mitch Henson. Motion Carried.

Meeting Adjourned

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Mayor Tom Naylor City Clerk Lu Ann Swainston


On September 13, 2021, The City of Richfield held their regular city council meeting at 6:30 P.M.

Mayor Tom Naylor called the meeting to order.

Pledge of Allegiance was administered.

Roll Call: Councilman Leaven Hatch present, Councilman Levi Long present, Councilman Mark Whitesell present, Councilman Mitch Henson present and Mayor Tom Naylor present.

Employees present were: Jason Brauburger, Jose Loughmiller and Lu Ann Swainston present.

Guests: Sheriff Rene King, Whitey Hubsmith and Thelma Martz.

ACTION ITEMS:

Agenda: Councilman Levi Long made the motion to approve the agenda as posted, 2nd by Councilman Leaven Hatch. Motion Carried.

Minutes: Councilman Whitesell made the motion to approve the previous months minutes with no changes, 2nd by Councilman Long. Motion Carried.

Treasurer’s Report: Councilman Leaven Hatch made the motion to approve the treasurer’s report, 2nd by Councilman Long. Motion Carried.

Sheriff Report: Sheriff King presented to the city council the August 2021 Sheriff report showing 15 total calls and 77 estimated hours spent in the City of Richfield.

The Lincoln County Sheriff Contract for 1 year was distributed to each councilman for review. The contract is the same as last year with a total of 61 total hours per month. Councilman Whitesell made the motion to renew the Lincoln County

Sheriff contact for another year, 2nd by Councilman Long. Motion Carried.

Whitey Hubsmith and Thelma Martz met with the city council on 2 issues.

(1) Address at the rental house at 250 E. Bannock Avenue, the house is on the south side of the street and should be an odd number instead of an even number. It was determined it should be 245 E. Bannock Avenue. Letters will be sent to Sheriff’s Office, Lincoln County Clerk, Treasurer and Assessor of the change. The Richfield Post Office and SIRCOMM and the home owners will be notified. Councilman Long made the motion to change the address, 2nd by Councilman Whitesell. Motion Carried.

(2) Irrigation water at 125 E. Oneida Avenue. Whitey Hubsmith and Thelma Martz would like to get the irrigation water figured out on when they are able to use the irrigation water. The property does not come with irrigation water, but only waste water. Anytime there is water that goes through the pipe crosses the road they are allowed to use. Thelma Martz many years ago when she purchased the property offered to pay $20.00 for the use of the water. Pam Piper and Michelle Ward pay for water attached to their property. Mayor Naylor will talk with Pam Piper and Michelle Ward about the irrigation water problem.

Mayor Naylor and Councilman Hatch met with ETS and Broadband representatives about broadband to be placed in the Lincoln County area. They have determined areas of where the 90 ft towers could be placed along with the cities water tower. Lincoln County received a Phase 1 grant in the amount of 1.5 million dollars to place the poles, the deadline is December 2021. Lincoln County and cities of Richfield, Shoshone and Dietrich will apply for phase 2 grants in the amount of 5.5 million to get the fiber optic for the county. Councilman Leaven Hatch made the motion to have Mayor Naylor sign the agreement the Lincoln County Broadband Plan, 2nd by Councilman Henson. Motion Carried.

Maintenance Report: Jason Brauburger informed the city council that Well No. 1 failed over the weekend, the motor and output shaft will have to be replaced. Layne Pump has been contacted and they will come Tuesday to replace and repair. Councilman Levi Long discussed ordering another motor to keep on hand so if this happens again the city has a back up that can be installed.

JUB Engineers has set the hubs for the sewer on South Owyhee Avenue.

Jason and Jose have been repairing water leaks.

Osbaldo Castro Building Permit #2 has been approved by the State of Idaho Building Safety. Planning & Zoning recommended approval and issue the permit. Councilman Long made the motion to approve the 2nd permit, 2nd by Councilman Hatch. Motion Carried.

Discussion was held on the mobile home set up. No homeowner can set their own trailer up. A licensed contractor is only allowed to set manufactured homes. Councilman Hatch made the motion to table the Ordinance on setting mobile homes whether in a trailer park or on owner’s property until the planning and zoning gets clarification from the state building safety, 2nd by Councilman Long. Motion Carried.

The Planning and Zoning has made changes to the Comprehensive Plan. Every 5 years the plan needs to be updated. The P&Z set their public hearing October 6, 2021 at 6:00 P.M. The City council will hold their Public Hearing October 11, 2021 at 6:30 P.M.

The City of Richfield received the water right lease agreement with the City of Pocatello. The lease will be from September 1, 2021 to August 31, 2022, terminating on August 31, 2022. The city mitigation agreement lessor (City of Pocatello) leases to the Lesee (City of Richfield) 121.2 acre feet of Palisades storage water right. The total amount owed by the City of Richfield is $3,732.96. Councilman Hatch made the motion to allow Mayor Naylor to sign the agreement and pay the amount, 2nd by Councilman Long. Motion Carried.

Jason stated that October 2021 was when the Backflow preventers need to be tested, he will contact Evan’s plumbing to get a date set for homeowners can get their backflows tested. This is done annually by Ordinance.

Bills were read by the City Clerk. Councilman Long made the motion to pay the bills, 2nd by Councilman Hatch. Motion Carried.

CITY ACCOUNT WATER ACCOUNT

No. 6970 Joe’s Backhoe Service 1,955.00 No. 10028 NCPERS 16.00

No. 6971 Artesian Septic 880.00 No. 10029 PERSI 2,879.63

No. 6972 Timberline Trash 99.00 No. 10030 State Tax Commission 708.00

No. 6973 Ware & Associates 1,916.67 No. 10031 Ferguson’s 2,591.09

No. 6974 Century Link 196.75 No. 10032 Ware & Associates 1,916.67

No. 6975 NPW-Idaho 124.03 No. 10033 Associated Supply 174.95

No. 6976 Courier News 181.04 No. 10034 Zion’s Bank 324.75

No. 6977 Verizon Wireless 109.26 No. 10035 McHugh/Bromley 33.66

No. 6978 Valley Wide CoOp 236.06 No. 10036 Century Link 9.00

No. 6979 TV Supply 3,251.40 No. 10037 Magic Valley Lab 20.00

No. 6980 Idaho Power Co. 961.39 No. 10038 Quill Corp. 176.46

No. 10039 H.D. Fowler 1,598.86

Bank Balance 8/31/21 $644,622.34 No. 10040 Idaho Power Co. 4,765.12

Book Balance $644,430.55 No. 10041 Postmaster 65.20

Deposits 1,634.63 No. 10042 City of Pocatello 3,732.96

Expenditures 11,930.72 No. 10043 T. Naylor 85.19

Bank Balance 9/30/21 $634,326.25 No. 10044 L. Hatch 8.51

Check Out 1,252.18 No. 10045 L. Long 8.51

Book Balance $633,074.07 No. 10046 M. Whitesell 8.51

No. 10047 M. Henson 8.51

SEWER ACCOUNT No. 10048 J. Brauburger 2,790.86

No. 10049 J. Loughmiller 170.38

No. 3493 JUB Engineers 2,200.00 No. 10050 J. Loughmiller 2,624.66

No. 3494 JUB Engineers 6,377.19 No. 10051 L. Swainston 3,138.71

No. 3495 Ware & Associates 1,916.66 No. 10052 J. Gill 730.03

No. 3496 H.D. Fowler 2,795.74 No. 10053 Regence Blue Shield 2,182.10

No. 3497 Idaho Power Co. 978.48

Bank Balance 8/31/21 $362,206.39

B&B Balance 8/31/21 $69,732.76 Book Balance $360,327.88

Deposits 43,621.00 Deposits 45,448.62

Expenditures 39,439.87 Expenditures 44,605.69

Bank Balance 9/30/21 $73,913.89 Bank Balance 9/30/21 $363,049.32

Checks Out 978.48 Checks Out 7,803.25

Book Balance $72,935.41 Book Balance $355,246.07

REVENUE SHARING ACCOUNT WITHHOLDING ACCOUNT

No. 1306 Craig Hobdey 250.00 B&B Balance 8/30/21 $10,071.98

No. 1307 Lincoln County 500.00 Deposits 3,782.56

Expenditures 3,782.48

B&B Balance 8/31/21 $62,695.83 B&B Balance 9/30/21 $10,071.86

Deposits 41.05

Expenditures 750.00

B&B Balance 9/30/21 $61,986.88

SEWER REPAIR ACCOUNT

B&B Balance 8/11/21 $189,287.82

Deposits 1,006.23

Expenditures -----------

B&B Balance 9/10/21 $190,294.05

STATE TREASURER’S FUND

CITY ACCOUNT

Balance 8/31/21 $645,048.25

Int. Deposits

Balance 9/30/21

WATER ACCOUNT

Balance 8/31/21 $210,110.41

Int. Deposits

Balance 9/30/21

SEWER ACCOUNT

Balance 8/31/21 $198,886.39

Int. Deposits

Balance 9/30/21

After no further business Councilman Long made the motion to adjourn the meeting, 2nd by Councilman Hatch. Motion Carried.

Meeting Adjourned

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Mayor Tom Naylor City Clerk Lu Ann Swainston


On August 9, 2021, the City of Richfield held their Budget Public Hearing at 6:30 P.M for Fiscal Year 2020-2021.

Pledge of Allegiance

Mayor Tom Naylor opened the public hearing for the budget.

Council members in attendance were: Leaven Hatch, Levi Long, Mark Whitesell and Mitch Henson.

Employees: Jason Brauburger, Jose Loughmiller and Lu Ann Swainston were in attendance.

Guests included Tim Wilson and Art Workman.

ACTION ITEMS:

Fiscal Year 2021-2022 Budget Hearing:

Estimated Expenditures:

Proposed

General Fund $67,000.

Recreation Fund 6,000.

Irrigation Fund 8,500.

Street Light Fund 14,000.

Tort Fund 11,000.

State Revenue Sharing Fund 31,000.

Water System Fund 500,000.

Sewer System Fund 108,000.

Total $839,500.

Tax Levy

General Fund 44,609.

Recreation 5,500.

Tort 9,500.

Street Lights 13,000.

Total $72,609.

Estimated Revenue:

Co Taxes All Funds 102,200.

State Insurance Fund 200.

State Revenue 60,300.

Franchise Fee Ida Power 14,500.

Building Permits 10,000.

Ida Dept of Labor 1,500.

City Fees 1,000.

R. Hwy District 3,000.

Water Assessments 6,000.

Interest all Funds 2,000.

Water Fund 431,100.

Sewer Fund 135,091.

Total $839,500.

The city council received no comments for the budget from the patrons in attendance.

No Comments from the city council.

Councilman Leaven Hatch made the motion to approve the 2021-2022 Budget, 2nd by Councilman Levi Long.

The Appropriation Ordinance pertaining to the budget was read by the City Clerk.

Roll Call vote from the City Council and Mayor:

Leaven Hatch aye

Levi Long aye

Mark Whitesell aye

Mitch Henson aye

Tom Naylor aye

Motion Carried.

Tim Wilson and Art Workman met with the city council to discuss placing a home in the area of impact owned by Tim Wilson.

The council stated that a survey would have to be done, a plat map of the area involved and meet with the planning and zoning commission before coming back to the city.

Annexation was also discussed to receive city services.

Action Item:

Lincoln County Sheriff Report for the month of June 2021

Total Calls: 27 Estimated Hours: 87

July 2021

Total Calls: 21 Estimated Hours: 83

The city received notification from JUB Engineers that the city was approved for the sewer main south of Owhyee Avenue.

Broad Band: The County received notice that Phase 1 was approved for 1.5 million for broadband in the county. Phase 2 distribution deadline is August 18, 2021.

Alvaro Vazquez: Tabled until next month.

Maintenance Report:

Helping Dietrich Highway, Shoshone Highway, Richfield Highway along with the City of Richfield chip sealing.

Richfield School football field meter was discussed. The meter has not been metered. Jason will determine how to charge them for the month that they did water using city water.

On Owyhee Avenue Ben Robles needs to remove his property out of the alley so that work can begin on putting the sewer in the alley.

Water leaks at West Lincoln Avenue in front of the City/Highway Shop and on West Latah Avenue in front of Tom Chappell’s needs to be fixed after seal coating is done.

Councilman Hatch stated that natural gas price has increased considerably.

The Clerk gave each of the city council man a copy of the noise ordinance to look over and to report back next month with suggestions on the ordinance.

2021 Election November 2, 2021. Positions up are: Levi Long, Mark Whitesell for 4 year terms and Mitch Henson a 2 year term.

Jack Gill Junior High cheerleader advisor asked permission to use the tennis court at the park for a dance August 27, 2021 from 6:30 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.. Councilman Long made the motion to approve the request, 2nd by Councilman Mark Whitesell. Motion Carried.

Building Permit approved by the State of Idaho for the remodel for Osbaldo Castro at 183 E. Owyhee Avenue.

Information Only:

Osbaldo Castrol also applied for another single family dwelling like the first one at 307 S. 2nd Street waiting to get approval from the State of Idaho Department of Building Safety.

Miguel Serna donated a check in the amount of $800.00 to the City of Richfield.

The trees at the arena need to be watered they don’t want them to die, but there is a leak that needs to be repaired. Jason stated they would repair the leak the next day.

Bills were read by the clerk. Councilman Long made the motion to pay the bills, 2nd by Councilman Henson. Motion Carried.

CITY ACCOUNT WATER ACCOUNT

No. 6952 Idaho Asphalt Supply 11,197.46 No. 10005 NCPERS 16.00

No. 6953 Kilgore Contracting 3,109.82 No. 10006 PERSI 2,829.15

No. 6954 Century Link 202.22 No. 10007 State Tax Comm. 674.00

No. 6955 Intermountain New Holland 427.00 No. 10008 IRWA 360.00

No. 6956 Zion’s Bank 75.07 No. 10009 RE Invest. Pro Rental 1,364.90

No. 6957 NPW Idaho 11.91 No. 10010 Century Link 9.00

No. 6958 Commercial Tire 105.99 No. 10011 Magic Valley Lab 20.00

No. 6959 Federal Surplus 100.00 No. 10012 McHugh/Bromley 23.72

No. 6960 Johnny B Transport 2,732.87 No. 10013 Postmaster 59.04

No. 6961 R. Highway Dist. 190.68 No. 10014 Idaho Power Co. 5,655.69

No. 6962 Timberline Trash 61.50 No. 10015 Valley Wide CoOp 227.77

No. 6963 St Lukes Health System 45.00 No. 10016 T. Naylor 85.19

No. 6964 Ace Hardware 46.57 No. 10017 L. Hatch 8.51

No. 6966 Courier News 319.25 No. 10018 L. Long 8.51

No. 6967 Idaho Power Co. 1,212.70 No. 10019 M. Whitesell 8.51

No. 6968 Verizon Wireless 2.37 No. 10020 M. Henson 8.51

No. 10021 J. Brauburger 2,790.86

Bank Balance 7/31/21 $652,500.58 No. 10022 J. Loughmiller 170.38

Book Balance $651,165.27 No. 10023 J. Loughmiller 2,902.21

Deposits 13,122.61 No. 10024 L. Swainston 3,138.71

Expenditures 21,000.85 No. 10025 J. Gill 910.57

Bank Balance 8/31/21 $644,622.34 No. 10026 Blue Shield 2,182.10

Check Out 191.79

Book Balance $644,430.55 Bank Bal 7/31/21 $352,124.12

Book Balance $344,547.98

SEWER ACCOUNT Deposits 43,927.71

Expenditures 33,845.44

No. 3488 Stukenholtz Lab 112.00 Bank Balance 8/31/21 $362,206.39

No. 3489 Magic Valley Labs 310.00 Check Out 1,878.51

No. 3490 Electric Express 107.33 Book Balance $360,327.88

No. 3492 Idaho Power Co. 1,212.70

Bank Balance 7/31/21 $72,325.96 REVENUE SHARING ACCOUNT

Book Balance $71,076.05 No. 1304 Craig Hobdey 250.00

Deposits 27,500.50 No. 1305 Lincoln County 500.00

Expenditures 30,093.70

B & B Balance 8/31/21 $69,732.76 B&B Balance 7/31/21 $64,908.49 Deposits 2.24

Expenditures 2,214.90

SEWER REPAIR ACCOUNT B&B Balance 8/31/21 $62,695.83

B&B Balance 7/9/21 $187,201.01 WITHHOLDING ACCOUNT

Deposits 2,006.81

Expenditures -------- B&B Balance 7/31/21 $10,071.70

B& B Balance 8/11/21 $189,287.81 Deposits 4,655.49

Expenditures 4,655.41

B&B Balance 8/31/21 $10,071.78

STATE TREASURER’S FUND

CITY ACCOUNT

Balance 7/31/21 $644,981.22

Int. Deposit 67.33

Balance 8/31/21 $645,048.25

WATER ACCOUNT

Balance 7/31/21 $210,088.48

Int. Deposit 21.93

Balance 8/31/21 $210,110.41

SEWER ACCOUNT

Balance 7/31/21 $198,865.63

Int. Deposit 20.76

Balance 8/31/21 $198,886.39

City Attorney Craig Hobdey wants to retire from being the city attorney. Mayor Naylor has been inquiring from other cities on which attorneys they use. Will report back next month.

After no further discussion councilman Long made the motion to adjourn the meeting, 2nd by Councilman Whitesell. Motion Carried.

Meeting Adjourned

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Mayor Tom Naylor City Clerk Lu Ann Swainston