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AGENDA

REGULAR MEETING
CITY COUNCIL

CITY OF MAUMELLE
JUNE 15, 2015
6: 00 PM
CITY HALL

1.

CALL TO ORDER

2. INVOCATION AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

The City of Maumelle welcomes people of diverse cultures and beliefs. Any religious
viewpoint expressed during invocation, or at any other time during the meeting,
reflects only the personal opinion of the speaker. It is not intended to proselytize,
advance, or disparage any religious belief.
3. SPECIAL GUESTS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

Please note that three aldermen have already indicated that they will not be in attendance for this meeting.
4. APPROVAL OF MINUTES JUNE lst REGULAR MEETING

5. PUBLIC COMMENT

During

Public

Comment, issues NOT

on

the

agenda

may

be

addressed.

Public

comments concerning items on the agenda will be allowed when that item is
discussed

by

provided

form

the Council.
and present

be limited to three ( 3)
the

case of

Anyone wishing to make a comment must fill out the


it to the

minutes.

City

Clerk. In the interest of time comments will

This privilege may be revoked by the Mayor in


or comments.
Any public member shall first

inappropriate language

state his or her name and address, followed by a concise statement of the person's
position or concern.

All remarks shall be addressed to the Mayor or the Council

as a whole, not to any particular member of the Council. No person other than the

Council members and the person having the floor shall be permitted to enter into any
discussions without permission of the Mayor.

6. FINANCIAL STATEMENT REVIEW (second meeting of each month)


7. PROCEDURAL MOTION

8. UNFINISHED BUSINESS

Aldermen Mosley, Lewis, Scott, Holt


With no objections, Mayor Watson may call for the third reading of the ordinance reducing the
Community Service Fee. A MOTION IS IN ORDER.

A. Third

Reading Ordinance

B. Third

Reading

882

Ordinance 883

Regarding Community

Regarding

Pulaski

Service Fee

County' s

PACE Program

Mayor Watson

With no objections, Mayor Watson may call for the third reading of the ordinance to provide that the

City of Maumelle shall join the Pulaski County Energy Improvement District. A MOTION IS IN
ORDER.

C. Resolution 2015- 15

Amending

the 2015 General Fund Budget

Mayor Watson

With no objections, Mayor Watson may call for the reading of the resolution amending the 2015 General
Fund Budget to pay taxes on the land purchased at Club Manor and Odom South. A MOTION IS IN
ORDER. ( Deferred from 4/ 20/ 15)

9. NEW BUSINESS

Approving a Conditional Use Permit& Preliminary Development Plan Mayor Watson


With no objections, Mayor Watson may call for the reading of the resolution granting a conditional use

A. Resolution 2015- 24

permit to DL Rogers Corp for the construction and operation of a Sonic Dive In and approving a
preliminary development plan and landscape plan. A MOTION IS IN ORDER.

B. Resolution 2015- 25 Regarding Intent of the City Council Regarding the Issuance of Bonds Mayor Watson
With no objections, Mayor Watson may call for the reading of the resolution expressing the intent of the
Maumelle City Council regarding the issuance of bonds for the purpose of assisting the financing of an
industrial facility. A MOTION IS IN ORDER.
10. MAYOR' S COMMENTS
A. Coverage on EEOC Settlement
B. Maumelle Water Management Rate Increase Tentative Timeline

11. PLANNING COMMISSION REPORT (following each PC meeting)


12. ALDERMEN' S COMMENTS
13. CITY ATTORNEY' S COMMENTS

14. CITY CLERK' S COMMENTS


15. FYI

A.

Planning Commission

Liaison for June Alderman Holt

B. Building Permits Report

C. Arkansas Baptist Announcement Regarding National Stock Market Competition


D. MWM Well 13 Letter
E. Fourth Fest Flyers

16. ADJOURNMENT

MINUTES
REGULAR MEETING

CITY COUNCIL
CITY OF MAUMELLE
JUNE 1, 2015

6: 00 PM
CITY HALL

Mayor Mike Watson called the meeting to order at 6: 00 p.m. with eight members present.
Alderman Vaprersan gave the Invocation and led the Pledge of Allegiance.
SPECIAL GUESTS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

Mayor Watson announced the Maumelle Youth Council Awards for Aaron Woodall and Velimir Petrovic.

Velimir Petrovic was presented his scholarship check and Kevin Cummings stated that he had been an
outstanding member of the Maumelle Youth Council over the last several years.
Fred Peyton stated that Kevin Cummings had been a great mentor for the Youth Council students.
MINUTES MAY 18th, 2015
Alderman Lewis

moved

to approve the minutes

of

the

May 18th, 2015 meeting. Alderman Saunders seconded

the motion and it passed unanimously.


PUBLIC COMMENT

Rex Jones, of 25 Nimrod Cove, spoke on his views regarding the Code of Conduct. Mr. Jones stated that the
code was aimed mostly at the alderman and should include all government officials. He also stated there were
several items that were not included in the code such as; sexual harassment, political solicitation, gifts,

purchasing policies and practices, financial disclosures and enforcement. He recommended rescinding the code
of conduct.

Bev Alberson, of 133 Hibiscus Dr. stated she was concerned with the weeds along the shoreline at Lake
Willastein.

Michael O' Leary, of 142 Beaver Creek Ln, gave several updates in regards to the Charter School. He stated the
school received an

A rating in their

assessment which put

them

in the top 15%.

He stated the Charter School

graduation had 30 graduates with a combined 1. 8 million dollars in scholarship funds. Mr. O' Leary also

mentioned the groundbreaking for the new cafeteria and classrooms which will be ready for the 2017 school
year.

Alderman Scott stated that the Council needed to address the Code of Conduct and wasn' t sure how we should

go about discussing the issue.


Alderman Lewis stated he would like see further cooperation with our district schools and charter school.

PROCEDURAL MOTION

Alderman Scott moved to have all ordinances and resolutions read by title only. Alderman Anderson seconded
the motion and it passed unanimously.
ORDINANCE 877 ENABLING RESIDENTS TO KEEP CHICKENS

With no objections, Mayor Watson called for the third reading of the ordinance amending the Maumelle City
Code to enable residents to keep a small number of chickens and to provide standards for the keeping of
chickens. The City Clerk gave the reading.

Rena Pederson, of 109 Harmony Loop, spoke against Ordinance 877 stating there is not enough space in
Maumelle.

David Osborne, of 7 Yellowstone Cove, read a statement from Eric Desjardin in favor of Ordinance 877.
Amanda James, of 7 Yellowstone Cove, read a statement in support of Ordinance 877 and addressed several

concerns brought up in opposition.


Alderman Lewis thanked all who participated and commended those who brought the ordinance forward.

Alderman Lewis stated that maybe there could be a community chicken coop.

Alderman Mosley echoed Alderman Lewis and complimenting Eric Desjardin.


Alderman Holt stated that he received 11 emails, 2 in favor and 9 not in favor of Ordinance 877.

Rita Cavenaugh, with Maumelle Animal Control, answered several questions Alderman Holt had regarding
staffing and animal control responsibilities.

Alderman Holt stated that he doesn' t want to place the burden of enforcement of this ordinance on animal
control.

Alderman Saunders echoed Alderman Lewis and Alderman Mosley and suggested donating land for a
communal chicken coop.

Alderman Saunders motioned to approve Ordinance 877. Alderman Lewis seconded the motion and the motion

failed with only Alderman Lewis and Vaprersan voting yes.


ORDINANCE 881 REGARDING FLOOD DAMAGE PREVENTION

With no objections, Mayor Watson called for the third reading of the ordinance amending the Maumelle City
Code regarding flood damage prevention, adopting the Federal Emergency Management Agency' s Flood
Insurance Rate Map for Pulaski County, Arkansas. The City Clerk gave the reading.

Alderman Lewis complimented Planning and Zoning and City Attorney Norris for their work on the ordinance.
Alderman Anderson

motioned

to

approve

Ordinance 881.

unanimously.

Alderman Scott seconded the motion and it passed

ORDINANCE 882 REDUCING THE COMMUNITY SERVICE FEE

With no objections, Mayor Watson called for the second reading of the ordinance reducing the Community
Service Fee. The City Clerk gave the reading.

Christopher Parent, of 101 Rolling Oaks Drive, spoke in support of our police and firemen.
Rena Pederson, of 109 Harmony Loop, spoke against Ordinance 882. Ms. Pederson stated this ordinance was
premature. She stated we needed to concentrate on revenue and that any yes vote is a vote against police and
fire.

Alderman Mosley stated that the ordinance does not in any way reduce the police and fire funding.

Alderman Kelley stated we have no viable funding mechanism to replace the community service fee.
Alderman Scott stated budgets are presented and approved or disapproved based on merit alone. She stated she

was extremely concerned about taking 80, 000 dollars out of the budget with nothing to replace it with.
Alderman Mosley suggested increasing building permit fees. He also stated that the City and county sales tax
receipts were already on the upswing. He stated we should concentrate on not busting the budget.
Alderman Scott stated she would not be opposed to a vote on sales tax.

Alderman Anderson stated he had concerns about borrowing from our reserves to balance the budget. He also
stated he could not support this ordinance until we could balance the budget with revenues.

Alderman Lewis stated that there is a responsible way to do this which is to incentivize fiscal responsibility.
Alderman Vaprersan stated we need to be mindful that we have already promised the fire department money we

didn' t allocate and there would be more coming next year when they have to hire more fire fighters.
Alderman Kelley noted it costs twenty cents per day for the community service fee per family.
Alderman Lewis stated that we continue to spend.

ORDINANCE 883 REGARDING PULASKI COUNTY' S PACE PROGRAM

With no objections, Mayor Watson called for the first reading of the ordinance to provide that the City of
Maumelle shall join the Pulaski County Energy Improvement District. The City Clerk gave the reading.

Adam Fogleman, of the Pulaski County Attorney' s Office, noted the handout that was given and briefly
described the PACE program. Mr. Fogleman stated that being a part of the program holds no cost or legal
liability for the City.

Alderman Mosley asked who a likely borrower would be. Mr. Fogleman stated industrial or commercial
properties.

Alderman Mosley asked who bears the loss if a borrower doesn' t pay. Mr. Fogleman stated it would be
attached to the property secondary to a tax lien.
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Alderman Anderson asked what would happen if the project doesn' t meet the standards. Mr. Fogleman stated
there is a performance guarantee prior to approval.

Alderman Lewis asked where the PACE program began. Mr. Fogleman stated national non-profit and also state
level with Act 1074 of 2013.

Alderman Lewis motioned to suspend the rules and execute a second reading of Ordinance 883. Alderman
Anderson seconded the motion and it passed with only Alderman Mosley voting no.

With no objections, Mayor Watson called for the second reading of the ordinance to provide that the City of
Maumelle shall join the Pulaski County Energy Improvement District. The City Clerk gave the reading.
ORDINANCE 884 REPEALING ORDINANCE 271 REGARDING WATER RATES

With no objections, Mayor Watson called for the first reading of the ordinance repealing Ordinance 271
regarding water rates. The City Clerk gave the reading.

Representative Mark Lowery, of 229 Summit Valley Circle, stated it was imperative the City kept the
authority given by Ordinance 271. Representative Lowery stated he is requesting a legislative audit of MWM.

Alderman Saunders asked how long will the audit take. Representative Lowery stated he was not sure and it
depends on the type of audit.

George Ritter, of 103 Hibiscus Dr., stated that Maumelle Water Management is asking the City to divest itself
while they saddle residents with debt. He urged them to reconsider and noted the Council' s responsibility to the
residents.

Michael Tierney, of 16 Hornrimme Pl., stated there is a problem with water quality and management at MWM.
He stated that MWM needs more oversight, not less.

Alderman Anderson stated he brought up the ordinance up for discussion and that he had learned a lot, but that
we may need to look closer before we repeal Ordinance 271.
City Attorney Norris

stated

that the

Attorney

General'

s opinion

is for

a public water

authority.

He stated he

had read Mr. Ritter' s letter and former City Attorney' s information. He stated that this was not a black and
white issue but that the City could probably inforce Ordinance 271.

Alderman Mosley thanked Rep. Lowery and Mr. Ritter. Alderman Mosley asked Mr. Ritter' s opinion about
future litigation.

George Ritter stated he felt the City could be opening itself up to rate payer action.

Alderman Mosley noted the history of Ordinance 271 and MWM in 1995.
Alderman Mosley motioned to table Ordinance 884 indefinitely. Alderman Saunders seconded the motion and
it passed unanimously.

MAYOR' S COMMENTS

Mayor Watson stated that there were over 200 people in attendance at the Memorial Day Ceremony. He noted
the Fire and Police departments conducted the ceremony.

Mayor Watson informed the Council of the storms during Memorial weekend. He stated there were several
trees down and some loss of power.

Mayor Watson stated the Arkansas river is at flood stage and asked all to be mindful and aware.
PLANNING COMMISSION REPORT

Alderman Scott stated Kimberly Clarke submitted a site and landscape plan for their expansion that were
passed. Alderman Scott also mentioned that Sonic will be moving to track D.
ALDERMEN' S COMMENTS

Alderman Mosley thanked Mayor Watson for the list of City properties with green space.

Alderman Lewis invited everyone to the Lions Club Fish Fry June 13, 2015 at 4: 30pm at Lake Willastein.
Alderman Lewis noted an upcoming Board of Education meeting on June 11th
Alderman Scott stated she received a materials list for the citizens fire academy and has been given a third of
what is on the list. She thanked Mr. Doug Coney for the donations.
Alderman Vaprersan offered his thoughts and prayers to Alderman Saunders on his upcoming journey.

Alderman Holt asked if the Council would be interested in having a workshop in reference to Ordinance 882.
He also thanked the Police Department for checking on his home while he was away.
CITY ATTORNEY' S COMMENTS

City Attorney Norris stated he has been looking for a parliamentarian to address the Council and to this point
has been unsuccessful.
CITY CLERK' S COMMENTS

City Clerk Clausen stated there are three positions on the Tree Board that will be opening at the end of June.

ADJOURNMENT

Alderman Lewis moved to adjourn the meeting. Alderman Vaprersan seconded the motion and it passed
unanimously by all in attendance.
Mayor Watson adjourned the meeting at 8: 17 pm.

MAYOR MICHAEL WATSON

CITY CLERK JOSHUA CLAUSEN


APPROVED

June 15, 2015

City of Maumelle
Financial Statement Summary
FOR THE MONTH ENDED MAY 31, 2015
GENERAL FUND
Nonspendable

15, 944

Committed
Assigned

192, 555

Unassigned

5, 418, 764

Total Fund Balance

5, 627, 262

STREET FUND
Restricted

3, 744, 048

Assigned

Total Fund Balance

3, 744, 048

SANITATION FUND
Retained Earnings

997, 753

CITY OF MAUMELLE

GENERAL FUND STATEMENT OF REVENUES, EXPENDITURES, AND CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE


FOR THE MONTH ENDED MAY 31, 2015

2015

2015

5 MONTH

ACTUAL AT

BUDGET

BUDGET REV

BUDGET

5/ 31/ 2015

OVER/

ACTUAL AT

OVER/
UNDER)

5/ 31/ 2014

UNDER)

Revenues:

255, 729

255, 729

106, 554

111, 060

4, 506

102, 575

County Millage Tax


County Sales Tax
City Sales Tax

1, 880, 000

1, 880, 000

783, 333

1, 030, 341

247, 008

1, 036, 257

3, 510, 000

3, 510, 000

1, 462, 500

1, 537, 731

75, 231

1, 472, 270

65, 461

2, 160, 000

2, 160, 000

900, 000

928, 633

28, 633

852, 585

76, 048

Franchise Fee

1, 550, 000

1, 550, 000

645, 833

687, 108

41, 275

666, 328

20, 780

725, 000

725, 000

302, 083

225, 421

76, 662)

214, 358

11, 063

20, 000

20, 000

8, 333

6, 351

1, 982)

11, 294

170, 000

170, 000

70, 833

72, 820

1, 987

42, 595

State Turnback

Community

Service Fees

Late& Collection Fees

Building Permits

and

Fees

Business License Permits

8, 485
5,916)

4, 943)
30, 225

14, 387

8, 640

1, 128

16,500

16, 500

6, 875

15, 515

450, 000

450,000

187, 500

144, 113

Senior Wellness Center Fees

42, 000

42, 000

17, 500

18, 544

1, 044

15, 167

Animal Control Fees

12, 000

12, 000

5, 000

6, 110

1, 110

5, 090

1, 020

210, 000

210, 000

87, 500

92, 447

4, 947

88, 621

3, 826

2, 895

2, 895

Fire Dept

13, 000

13, 000

5, 417

Dispatch Services

26, 000

26, 000

10, 833

Parks

and

Recreation Fees

Municipal Court
Police Dept

Federal Grants

State Grants
Private Grants
Private Donations
Investment Income
Other

12, 000

12, 000

5, 000

Financing Sources

Miscellaneous Income

Total Revenues

43, 387)

2, 167

4,200

4, 200

55, 433

55, 433

1, 300

1, 300

100

100

1, 347

3, 377

2, 895

5, 417)
13, 000

24, 069)

168, 182

7, 126

7, 126)

19, 500

6, 500)

4, 200
2, 682

52, 751
1, 300

3, 653)

1, 000

900)

3, 386

2, 039)

39, 282

39, 282

10, 849

3, 574

3, 574

8, 450

392, 228

4, 742, 702

254, 623

8, 932

28, 433

4, 876)

11, 052, 229

11, 052, 229

4, 605, 095

4, 997, 325

939, 053

943, 406

393, 086

344, 182

48, 904)

335, 250

63, 572

63, 572

26, 488

22, 795

3, 693)

26, 070

112, 563

112, 563

46, 901

46, 168

733)

16, 113

30, 055
17, 001)

Expenditures:
Administration

City Council
City Attorney
Court

183, 137

183, 137

76, 307

71, 328

4, 979)

88, 329

Police

2, 758, 908

2, 848, 908

1, 187, 045

1, 083, 578

103, 467)

1, 083, 984

Fire

2, 121, 723

2, 256, 440

940, 183

873, 805

66, 378)

725, 147

Animal Control

348, 805

348, 805

145, 335

108, 739

36, 596)

107, 754

Public Works

714, 956

745, 956

310, 815

219, 131

91, 684)

271, 183

Parks

3, 275)

406)
148, 658
985
52, 052)

1, 511, 296

1, 514,436

631, 015

483, 339

147, 676)

482, 759

Senior Services

337, 266

342, 111

142, 546

121, 638

20, 908)

130, 146

8, 508)

CED

202, 129

202, 129

84, 220

79, 150

5,070)

85, 938

6, 788)

Planning& Zoning

152, 657

152, 657

63, 607

49, 526

14, 081)

50, 159

Code Enforcement

291, 470

291, 470

121, 446

110, 102

11, 344)

101, 744

Services

580

633)

8, 358

1, 242, 378

1, 257, 378

523, 908

522, 913

995)

513, 577

9, 336

10, 979, 913

11, 262, 967

4, 692, 903

4, 136, 394

556, 509)

4, 018, 153

118, 241

Capital Expenditures

262, 042

537, 613

224, 006

242, 305

18, 299

1, 220, 179

977, 874)

Total Expenditures

11, 241, 955

11, 800, 580

4, 916, 908

4, 378, 699

538, 210)

5, 238, 332

859, 633)

City

Total

Operating

Excess( Deficiency) of
Revenues

over

Fund Balance,

Expenditures

Beginning

Fund Balance, End

of

of

Year

Year

189, 726)

748, 351)

311, 813)

618, 626

5, 008, 636

5, 008, 636

2, 086, 932

5, 008, 636

4, 818, 910

4, 260, 285

1, 775, 119

5, 627, 262

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930, 437

495, 630)

1, 114, 256

CITY OF MAUMELLE

GENERAL FUND- BALANCE SHEET

FOR THE MONTH ENDED MAY 31, 2015


ASSETS

Current Assets
5, 843, 250

Cash
Accounts Receivable,

848, 032

net

2, 118

Due From Other Funds

Inventory-

Court

Drug

226

Tests

13,600

Prepaid Expenses

6, 707, 226

Total Current Assets

6, 707, 226

TOTAL ASSETS

LIABILITIES AND FUND BALANCE


Liabilities:
97, 610

Payroll Liabilities

16, 633

Accounts Payable

965, 721

Other Liabilities

1, 079, 964

Total Liabilities

Fund Balance:

Nonspendable
226

Inventory

2, 118

Due from agency fund

13, 600

Prepaid
Restricted
Committed
Assigned to

192, 555

purchase orders

5,418, 764

Unassigned

5, 627, 262

Total Fund Balance

6, 707, 226

TOTAL LIABILITIES AND FUND BALANCE

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CITY OF MAUMELLE

STREET FUND STATEMENT OF REVENUES, EXPENDITURES, AND CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE


FOR THE MONTH ENDED MAY 31, 2015

2015

2015

5 MONTH

ACTUAL AT

BUDGET

BUDGET REV

BUDGET

5/ 31/ 2015

OVER/
UNDER) _

OVER/

ACTUAL AT
5/ 31/ 2014

UNDER)

Revenues:

220)

State Turnback

816, 959

816, 959

340, 400

329, 688

10, 712)

329, 908

Street Aid Program

300, 352

300, 352

125, 147

136, 597

11, 450

130, 057

Millage Tax

560, 000

560, 000

233, 333

298, 807

65, 474

300, 539

2, 000

2, 000

833

7, 169

6, 336

2, 573

4, 596

19, 000

19, 000

7, 917

5, 985

1, 932)

5, 501

484

1, 698, 311

1, 698, 311

707, 630

778, 246

Personnel

693, 518

693, 518

288, 966

249, 248

Other

423, 878

438, 451

182, 688

120, 024

1, 117, 396

1, 131, 969

471, 654

369, 272

Capital Expenditures

546, 000

808,627

336, 928

Total Expenditures

1, 663, 396

1, 940, 596

County

Street Sign Revenue


Investment Income

6, 540
1, 732)

Appropriation from Fund Balance


4, 721

4, 721)

70, 616

773, 299

9, 668

39, 718)

264, 606

62, 664)

92, 805

27, 219

102, 382)

357, 411

11, 861

34, 648

302, 280)

369, 311

808, 582

403,920

404, 662)

726, 722

100, 952)

374, 326

Miscellaneous Income
Total Revenues

Expenditures:

Operating

Total

Operating

15, 358)

334,663)

322, 802)

Excess( Deficiency) of
Revenues

over

Fund Balance,

Expenditures

Beginning

of

Fund Balance, End of Year

Year

34, 915

242, 285)

3, 369,722

3, 369, 722

1, 404, 051

3, 369, 722

3, 404, 637

3, 127, 437

1, 303, 099

3, 744, 048

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475, 278

46, 577

332, 470

CITY OF MAUMELLE

STREET FUND- BALANCE SHEET


FOR THE MONTH ENDED MAY 31, 2015
ASSETS

Current Assets:
3, 748, 984

Cash
Accounts Receivable,

128, 674

net

Total Current Assets

3, 877, 658

TOTAL ASSETS

3, 877,658

LIABILITIES AND FUND BALANCE

Liabilities:
9,417

Payroll Liabilities

Accounts Payable
Deferred Revenue

124, 192

Total Liabilities

133, 609

Fund Balance:

Nonspendable
3, 744, 048

Restricted
Committed
Assigned to:

Capital projects

Eliminate a projected budgetary deficit


Unassigned
3, 744, 048

Total Fund Balance

TOTAL LIABILITIES AND FUND BALANCE

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3, 877, 658

CITY OF MAUMELLE

SANITATION FUND STATEMENT OF REVENUES, EXPENDITURES, AND CHANGES IN EQUITY


FOR THE MONTH ENDED MAY 31, 2015

2015

2015

5 MONTH

ACTUAL AT

BUDGET

BUDGET REV

BUDGET

5/ 31/ 2015

OVER/
UNDER)

ACTUAL AT
5/ 31/ 2014

OVER/
(

UNDER)

Revenues:

1, 050, 000

1, 050, 000

437, 500

294, 545

142, 955)

285, 078

30, 000

30, 000

12, 500

6, 707

5, 793)

17, 015

18, 000

18, 000

7, 500

4, 692

2, 808)

4, 649

25, 000

25, 000

10, 417

12, 988

2, 571

12, 769

29, 878

29, 878

12, 449

29, 689

17, 240

37, 347

1, 152, 878

1, 152, 878

480, 366

351, 385

Personnel

597, 020

597, 020

248, 758

228, 314

Other

930, 500

961, 354

400, 564

144, 714

1, 527, 520

1, 558, 374

649, 323

373, 028

276, 295)

Sanitation Fees
Late

and

Collection Fees

Cart Rental

9, 467

10, 308)
43

Sales Tax
Transfer Station

Transfer In

Operating

2, 764

Miscellaneous Income
Total Revenues

219
7, 658)

2, 739

2, 764

25

128, 981)

356, 883

5, 498)

20, 444)

236, 154

7, 840)

255, 850)

146, 551

1, 837)

382, 705

9, 677)

Expenditures:

Operating

Total Expenditures

Excess( Deficiency) of
Revenues

over

Expenditures

Equity, Beginning
Equity,

End

of

of

Year

Year

374, 642)

405, 496)

168, 957)

21, 643)

1, 019, 397

1, 019, 397

424, 749

1, 019, 397

644, 755

613, 900

255, 792

997, 753

Page 6

147, 314

25, 822)

4, 179

CITY OF MAUMELLE
SANITATION- BALANCE SHEET
FOR THE MONTH ENDED MAY 31, 2015

ASSETS

Current assets:
758, 976

Cash
Accounts Receivable,

102, 690

net

861, 666

Total Current Assets

Noncurrent assets:
Capital Assets

1, 488, 099

Less Accumulated Depreciation

1, 328, 079)
160, 020

Total Noncurrent Assets

1, 021, 686

TOTAL ASSETS

LIABILITIES AND EQUITY


Current Liabilities:
Payroll Liabilities

7, 753

Accounts Payable

1, 055
642

Sales Taxes Payable


Reserve for Compensated Absences

14, 482
23, 932

Total Current Liabilities

Nonurrent Liabilities:

Note Payable- First Security Bank


23, 932

Total Liabilities

Equity:
Retained

997, 753

earnings

TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY

Page 7

1, 021, 686

NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

CITY OF MAUMELLE

Note 1: Minimum fund balance policy for the general fund


Ordinance 438 states that the general fund shall maintain a level of fund balance equal to
20% of budgeted operating

expenditures.

Currently,

this figure is $

2, 252,593

Note 2: Fund balance classifications

Effective with the January 31, 2011 financial statements, there are new fund balance classifications
for the General and Street funds. The new classifications and their definitions are as follows:

Nonspendable- fund balance that can' t be spent, such as inventory and prepaid items
Restricted- use of these funds is restricted by external sources, such as law or grant
requirements

Committed- use of these funds is restricted by formal action of the city council
Assigned- use of these funds is restricted by informal action of the city council
Unassigned- fund balance that has not been restricted, committed, or assigned

Page 8

GENERAL FUND BUDGET RESOLUTIONS PASSED IN 2015


20, 801

2012- 12

2014 Court Automation Funds

2015- 14

Barber Cove Drainage

2015- 16

Lake Valencia

2015- 17

EEOC Mediation

15, 000

Establish Fire Battalion Chiefs

40, 065

2015- 20

fishing

235, 000

project

pier roof/ Courts and

fire

phone repair

9, 000

319, 866

Total

STREET FUND BUDGET RESOLUTIONS PASSED IN 2015

SANITATION FUND BUDGET RESOLUTIONS PASSED IN 2015

Page 9

A ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY MAUMELLE, COUNTY OF


PULASKI, STATE OF ARKANSAS,
AN ORDINANCE TO BE ENTITLED:
ORDINANCE NO. 882

AN ORDINANCE REDUCING THE MAUMELLE COMMUNITY SERVICE FEE, AND


FOR OTHER PURPOSES.

WHEREAS, the City of Maumelle, pursuant to ordinance, is authorized to collect a


service charge

for

police and

fire

protection,

known

as

the "

Community

Service Fee";

and

WHEREAS, the City Council has considered various reductions in the Community
Service Fee over the history of the fee; and

WHEREAS, the City of Maumelle is committed in growing its retail sales tax revenue in
place of conventional residential revenue generating fees; and

WHEREAS, the City Council believes that a reduction in the fee is appropriate at this
time.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE


CITY OF MAUMELLE, ARKANSAS, AS FOLLOWS:
SECTION 1.

Intent. It is the City Council' s intent that the Community Service

Fee be eliminated over time for all residences, regardless of type, within the city of Maumelle,
Arkansas.

Effective January 1, 2016, Appendix C. Fees, Article 1. Special

SECTION 2.
Fees, Division 1.

Community

Service Fees, Sec. 3.

Service Charges, is hereby amended as

follows:
Sec. 3. Service charges.

The service charges established pursuant to this chapter are as follows:


a)

Houses

and other similar

dwelling structures: $ 6, 00 5. 00 per month for fire and

police security.

b)

Condominiums

SECTION 3.
Fees, Division 1.

charges.

6:00 5. 00 per month for fire and police security.

Effective January 1, 2017, Appendix C. Fees, Article 1. Special

Community

follows:
Sec. 3. Service

and apartments: $

Service Fees, Sec. 3.

Service Charges, is hereby amended as

The service charges established pursuant to this chapter are as follows:

a)

Houses

and other similar

dwelling structures: $ 6:08 4. 00 per month for fire and

police security.
b)

Condominiums

6700 4. 00 per month for fire and police security.

Effective January 1, 2018, Appendix C. Fees, Article 1. Special

SECTION 4.
Fees, Division 1.

and apartments: $

Service Fees, Sec. 3.

Community

Service Charges, is hereby amended as

follows:
Sec. 3. Service charges.

The service charges established pursuant to this chapter are as follows:


a)

Houses

and other similar

dwelling structures: $ 680 3. 00 per month for fire and

police security.

b)

Condominiums

6700 3. 00 per month for fire and police security.

Effective January 1, 2019, Appendix C. Fees, Article 1. Special

SECTION 5.
Fees, Division 1.

and apartments: $

Community

Service Fees, Sec. 3.

Service Charges, is hereby amended as

follows:

Sec. 3. Service charges.

The service charges established pursuant to this chapter are as follows:


a)

Houses

and other similar

dwelling structures: $ 6700 2. 00 per month for fire and

police security.

b)

Condominiums

6: 00 2. 00 per month for fire and police security.

Effective January 1, 2020, Appendix C. Fees, Article 1. Special

SECTION 6.
Fees, Division 1.

and apartments: $

Community

Service Fees, Sec. 3.

Service Charges, is hereby amended as

follows:
Sec. 3. Service charges.

The service charges established pursuant to this chapter are as follows:


a)

Houses

and other similar

dwelling structures: $ 6700 1. 00 per month for fire and

police security.

b)

Condominiums

and apartments: $

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of

600 1. 00 per month for fire and police security.

Ordinance 882

Effective January 1, 2021, Appendix C. Fees, Article 1. Special

SECTION 7.
Fees, Division 1.

Community

Service Fees, Sec. 3.

Service Charges, is hereby amended as

follows:

Sec. 3. Service charges.

The service charges established pursuant to this chapter are as follows:


I

- .. . .. . -

security.

Residences shall not be charged a community service fee.

a)

c)

Commercial establishments: Per month charge will be computed

b)

according to the formula as follows.


Industries: Per month charge will be computed according to the formula
as follows, plus $2. 00 per month for lighting.
4)

c)
(

Effective January 1, 2021, Appendix C. Fees, Article 1. Special


Community Service Fees, Sec. 4. Payment of Service Charges, is hereby

SECTION 8.
Fees, Division 1.

amended as follows:
Sec. 4. Payment of Service Charges.

Payment of service charges for new residences, commercial establishments or industries under

construction or to be constructed shall commence when the building permit is issued.

Effective January 1, 2021, Appendix C. Fees, Article 1. Special

SECTION 9.
Fees,

Division

1.

Community

Service Fees,

Sec.

5.

Billing period for previously vacant

residence, commercial establishment or industry, is hereby amended as follows:


Sec.

5.

Billing
industry.

period

for previously

vacant

denee;

commercial

establishment

or

Any new resident, commercial establishment or industry who or which moves into Maumelle
shall be billed a pro- rated service charge for the month which shall be dated from the date the
resident or business occupied the residence, commercial establishment or industrial property

unless the residence, commercial establishment or industry was covered by section C- 4 for
charges for new construction.

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of

Ordinance 882

Effective January 1, 2021, Appendix C. Fees, Article 1. Special


Fees, Division 1. Community Service Fees, Sec. 6. Unpaid Service Charge, is hereby amended as
SECTION 10.

follows:

Sec. 6. Unpaid Service Charge.

In the event that any service charge is not paid in full within a period of a minimum of three
months, or one quarter from the time the fee is billed, then in addition to the service charge there

shall be due and owing the City of Maumelle a penalty and late fee as follows:

b)
c-}

(
(

industries: $ 50. 00.

a)

Commercial

b)

A separate, new penalty and late fee in the above amounts shall accrue

establishments and

every three months, or one quarter of a year, after the service charge and the initial
penalty remain unpaid. - .

basis unless the agreement is breached by net paying as agreed.


4)

c)

The City of Maumelle is hereby authorized and directed to impose the late

fee on the next bill to the resident or business. Should the account remain unpaid for an
additional period of three months, or one quarter of a year, following the initial

imposition of the late fee, the City of Maumelle is hereby authorized and directed to take
appropriate actions for collection. These actions may include, but are not limited to, filing
a legal action to collect the fees, utilizing the services of a collection agency, or any other
method deemed legal and expedient. The mayor may authorize the director of the

department of finance or another duly authorized representative or employee of the City


of Maumelle to designate the method( s) of collection in each case.

Effective January 1, 2021, Appendix C. Fees, Article 1. Special


Fees, Division 1. Community Service Fees, Sec. 1. Establishment, is hereby amended as follows:
SECTION 11.

Sec. 1. Establishment

cal

Pursuant to the results of a special election before the voters of Maumelle, held on

October 15, 1985, service charges for police and fire protection and street lighting are hereby
established for residences, commercial establishments and industries within the city limits of
Maumelle, Arkansas.

Effective January 1, 2021, pursuant to Ordinance No. 882, the service charges for
police and fire protection and street lighting shall not be charged to any residences, regardless of
whether

the

residence

is

house,

condominium,

apartment,

commercial structure, or other similar dwelling structure.

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of

Ordinance 882

multi-family dwelling in a

Except for the changes above all the provisions of Appendix C of

SECTION 12.

the Maumelle City Code remain the same.


SECTION 13.

All provisions of this ordinance of a general and permanent nature

are amendatory to the Maumelle City Code and the same shall be incorporated in the Code.
SECTION 14.

Repealer.

All other ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict

herewith are hereby repealed to the extent of the conflict.


SECTION 15.

Severability. If any clause, sentence, paragraph, section or other


portion of this ordinance is found to be unconstitutional, invalid or inoperative by a court of
competent jurisdiction, such findings shall not effect the validity of the remainder of these
sections, nor shall any proceeding invalidating any portion of any section operate to affect any

portion of the remainder of said sections not specifically attacked in said proceeding.
ORDAINED this

day

2015.

of

Michael Watson, Mayor


ATTEST:

Joshua Clausen, City Clerk/Treasurer

APPROVED AS TO LEGAL FORM:

Caleb Norris, City Attorney

SPONSORED BY:

Alderman Steve Mosley


Alderman Preston Lewis
Alderman Marion Scott, and
Alderman Jess Holt

Page 5

of

Ordinance 882

Saunders

Anderson

Kelley

Mosley

Lewis

Scott

Aye:

No:

Page 6

of

Ordinance 882

Holt

Vaprersan

A ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY MAUMELLE, COUNTY OF


PULASKI, STATE OF ARKANSAS,

AN ORDINANCE TO BE ENTITLED:
ORDINANCE NO. 883

AN ORDINANCE TO PROVIDE THAT THE CITY OF MAUMELLE SHALL JOIN


THE PULASKI COUNTY ENERGY IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT AND FOR OTHER
PURPOSES

WHEREAS, pursuant to the authority granted by Act 1074 of 2013 ( codified at ARK. CODE
Pulaski County created a Property Assessed Clean Energy ( PACE)
District known as the Pulaski County Energy Improvement District by Pulaski County Ordinance
ANN. 8- 15- 101

et

seq.),

15- OR- 16; and

WHEREAS, the City of Maumelle desires to become a member of the Pulaski County Energy
Improvement District

pursuant

to ARK. CODE ANN.

8- 15- 106 and to be represented on the

board of directors of said district; and

WHEREAS, the Pulaski County Energy Improvement District is an independent legal and
financial authority, with the authority to issue bonds; and

WHEREAS, the Pulaski County Energy Improvement District is authorized to permit the
creation and implementation of, among other things, a Property Assessed Clean Energy ( PACE)
Program under which a real property owner may finance an energy efficiency improvement, a
renewable energy project, or a water conservation improvement for their property on a voluntary
basis, with loan repayment tied to collection of real property taxes.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE
CITY OF MAUMELLE, ARKANSAS, AS FOLLOWS:

Section 1. The City of Maumelle hereby joins the Pulaski County Energy Improvement District.
Section

2.

The

Mayor

of

the

City

of

Maumelle

shall

serve,

or otherwise designate

representative to serve during the Mayor' s term, on the board of directors of the Pulaski County
Energy Improvement District.

Section 3. The City of Maumelle agrees to permit any seats on the board of directors of the
Pulaski County Energy Improvement District not filled by the County Judge, or his designee, or
any Mayor of a city within Pulaski County, or that Mayor' s designee, to be filled, by the
appointment of the County Judge and confirmation by the Quorum Court of Pulaski County.
Appointment by the County Judge will follow consultation of all members of the Board of
Directors

and

consideration

of

candidates'

background,

experience,

following areas:

Municipal finance, banking, and/or commercial lending;


Real

estate

development

and commercial construction;

and expertise in the

Legal services;

Architecture and/or professional engineering;


The

advanced

energy

industry, including

energy efficiency

or

"

green building"

contracting and consultation; and


Connections

to

or

relations

with

local

utility

companies,

lending or bonding

institutions and relevant trade and economic development groups and associations.

Section 4. Severability. In the event that any portion of this ordinance is declared or adjudged to
be invalid or unconstitutional, such declaration or adjudication shall not affect the remaining
portions of this ordinance, which shall remain in full force and effect as if the portion so declared

or adjudged invalid or unconstitutional were not originally a part of this ordinance.


Section 5. Repealer. All ordinances and resolutions, and parts thereof, which are in conflict with

any provision of this ordinance, are hereby repealed to the extent of such conflict.

Section 6. Codification. It is the intention of the City Council of the City of Maumelle that the
provisions of this Ordinance shall become and be made a part of the City Code of the City of
Maumelle, Arkansas, and that the Sections of this ordinance may be renumbered, re- lettered and
Ordinance" may be changed to " Section," " Article,"
in order to accomplish such intention.

the

word"

or such other word( s) or phrase( s)

Section 7. EMERGENCY CLAUSE. The General Assembly has found and determined that the
programs authorized by Act 1074 of 2013 will create jobs, thus stimulating the economy;
generate significant economic development through the investment of the proceeds of loans in

local communities; protect participating citizens from the financial impact of the rising cost of
electricity produced from nonrenewable fuels; increase the value of real property for
participating citizens; improve air quality and conserve natural resources, including water; attract
manufacturing facilities and related jobs to the state; and promote energy independence and
security for the state and the nation. It is hereby found that this ordinance is immediately
necessary to support the public peace, safety, and welfare of the citizens of Pulaski County and
the City of Maumelle; therefore, it is hereby declared that an emergency exists and that this
ordinance shall be in full force and effect immediately upon approval.

Approved this

day

2015.

of

Michael Watson, Mayor


ATTEST:

Joshua Clausen, City Clerk/Treasurer


Page 2

of

Ordinance 883

APPROVED AS TO LEGAL FORM:

Caleb Norris, City Attorney

SPONSORED BY:
Mayor Mike Watson

Saunders Anderson Lewis Mosley Kelly Scott Holt Vaprersan


Aye:
No:

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of

Ordinance 883

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MAUMELLE, PULASKI


COUNTY, ARKANSAS

RESOLUTION NO. 2015- 15

A RESOLUTION TO AMEND THE 2015 GENERAL FUND BUDGET.

WHEREAS, property on Club Manor Dr. and Odom South was purchased in 2014,
WHEREAS, the real estate tax related to this purchase is an expense for the City.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF


MAUMELLE, ARKANSAS, AS FOLLOWS:

Amend the General Fund Budget:


Description

Account Number

Revision + 1-

Current

Revised

Budget

Budget
Taxes

101- 4910- 480180

0. 00

7, 770

7, 770

General Fund Balance

101- 0000- 253200

5, 072, 986

7, 770

5, 065, 216

Unaudited)

Resolved this

15th

day of June 2015.

Michael Watson, Mayor

ATTEST:

Joshua Clausen, City Clerk

APPROVED AS TO FORM:

SPONSOR:
Mayor Watson
Caleb Norris,

City Attorney

Saunders

Anderson

Kelley

Mosley

Lewis

Holt

Aye:
No:

Page 2

of

Resolution 2015- 15

Scott

Vaprersan

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF


MAUMELLE, PULASKI COUNTY, ARKANSAS

RESOLUTION NO. 2015- 24


A

RESOLUTION

GRANTING

CONDITIONAL

USE

PERMIT,

TO

DL

ROGERS CORP FOR THE CONSTRUCTION AND OPERATION OF A SONIC


DRIVE IN, AND APPROVING THE PRELIMINARY DEVELOPMENT PLAN
AND

THE

LANDSCAPE

FOR

SONIC

DRIVE

IN

FOR

MAUMELLE,

ARKANSAS

WHEREAS, The Maumelle Planning Commission conducted a public hearing


May 28, 2015 to consider a Conditional Use Permit, Preliminary
Development Plan, and Landscape Plan for certain property, zoned Planned Commercial
Development ( PCD) and more described below, which is within the City of Maumelle,
and

meeting

on

Arkansas; and

WHEREAS, motions to recommend approval of the Conditional Use Permit,

Preliminary Development Plan, and Landscape Plan each passed with six Planning
Commissioners in favor and one recusal; and

WHEREAS, the proposed Conditional Use Permit, Preliminary Development


Plan, and Landscape Plan do not adversely affect the character of the subject property or
neighboring properties.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE

CITY OF MAUMELLE, ARKANSAS, AS FOLLOWS:


SECTION 1.

The application filed by Debbie Luther, on behalf of DL Rogers


Corp, seeking a conditional use permit for the construction and operation of a Sonic
Drive In in a Planned Commercial Development zone, is approved. A conditional use

permit is hereby granted to DL Rogers Corp, to construct and operate a Sonic Drive In on
PCD property located on Tract D Town Center in Maumelle, Arkansas.

SECTION 2. The application seeking approval of a Preliminary Development


Plan for Sonic Drive In Maumelle, Arkansas, is hereby approved.

SECTION 3. The application seeking approval of a Landscape Plan for Sonic


Drive In Maumelle, Arkansas, is hereby approved.
SECTION 4. The Council approves the application as presented including the

Preliminary Development Plan and Landscape Plan and fully incorporates the application
and approved plans herein as if set forth word for word by attaching the same hereto as
Exhibits A.
Approved this

15th

day

of

June, 2015.

Michael Watson, Mayor

ATTEST:

Joshua Clausen, City Clerk

APPROVED AS TO LEGAL FORM:

Caleb Norris, City Attorney

SPONSORED BY:
Mayor Watson

Saunders

Anderson

Kelley

Mosley

Lewis

Holt

Aye:
No:

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of

Resolution 2015- 24

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pursuant to the provisions of Ordinance #

61, the

Maumelle Zoning Ordinance which was adopted in accordance with the


requirements of Act 186 of 1957 Acts of Arkansas petitioning to allow

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published in accordance with the requirements set forth in the

instructions given with this application. It is further understood that


tost and re
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MINUTES
REGULAR MEETING
CITY OF MAUMELLE

PLANNING COMMISSION

May 28, 2015


6: 30 PM

CITY HALL
COMMISSION MEMBERS PRESENT
John Todd
Mike Fisher

Hall Ramsey
David Gershner
Adrian Greene

Roy Andrews
Craig Johnson
COMMISSION MEMEBERS ABSENT
STAFF MEMBERS PRESENT

Jim Narey, Planning Director


Caleb Norris, City Attorney
Lawren Aycock, Project Coordinator

OTHER STAFF MEMBERS ABSENT

Mizan Rahman, City Engineer


Dwight Pattison, Planning Consultant

Chairman Fisher called the regular meeting of the Maumelle Planning Commission to order at 6: 30 pm.
ANNOUNCEMENTS
None

APPROVAL OF MINUTES FOR April 23, 2015


Chairman Fisher asked for comments and/ or changes to the minutes as submitted.
MOTION:

Commissioner Todd made a motion to approve the minutes as submitted.

Commissioner Johnson seconded the motion and the motion passed unanimously.
PUBLIC COMMENT Chairman Fisher opened public comment at 6: 31pm.
OLD BUSINESS
There was no old business
NEW BUSINESS

Page 2

1.

Revised Site Plan for Kimberly Clark

Mr. Narey stated the tract had never been final platted and that submission will be on the
agenda for the June 2015 Planning Commission meeting. Mr. Narey also stated, after a
second Staff review, Staff recommend for approval contingent upon satisfaction of all

Staff comments and any Commissioner comments.

Commissioner Andrews asked how many parking spaces were on the proposed Site Plan.
Mr. Narey stated there were more parking spaces than are required by Code.
MOTION:

Commissioner Johnson made a motion to approve the revised Site Plan for

Kimberly Clark contingent upon satisfaction of all Staff and


Commissioner Comments.

Commissioner Andrews seconded the motion and the motion passed


unanimously.

2.

Revised Landscape Plan for Kimberly Clark


Mr. Narey stated Staff recommend for approval.
MOTION:

Commissioner Gershner made a motion to approve the revised Landscape

Plan for Kimberly Clark.


Commissioner Ramsey seconded the motion and the motion passed,
unanimously.

3.

Request for a conditional use permit to locate a drive-in restaurant in a


PCD zoning district.

Mr. Narey stated the request was to locate a drive- in restaurant in a PCD zoning district.
Mr. Narey stated he had verbal approval from the City Engineer. Mr. Narey also stated
Staff recommends for a" do- pass" recommendation to the Maumelle City Council.
Commissioner Andrews stated he would recuse himself from the vote.
MOTION:

Commissioner Johnson made a motion to recommend to the Maumelle

City Council a" do- pass" recommendation for the Conditional Use Permit
Application to allow the location of a drive-in restaurant in a PCD Zoning
district.

Commissioner Todd seconded the motion and the motion passed, 6 in


favor, 1 recused.
4.

Preliminary Development Plan for Sonic Drive- In

Mr. Narey stated Staff recommend for a" do- pass" recommendation to the Maumelle City
Council.

Commissioner Johnson asked applicant' s representative if the connecting driveways


reflected on the plan were planned to be built as shown.

Andrew Fuller, applicant' s representative, 2200 North Rodney Parham Little Rock, stated
the plat reflects cross access at the owners request so that it is known in the future that
they

are

willing to

give access.

Page 3

Commissioner Johnson asked Mr. Fuller if he was intending to curb the driveway access
for now, or leave it open.

Mr. Fuller stated they would curb across the driveway access for now.
Commissioner Ramsey stated he agreed it should be shown on the preliminary
development plan.

Mr. Fuller agreed to comply.


MOTION:

Commissioner Johnson made a motion to recommend to the Maumelle

City Council a" do- pass" recommendation for the Preliminary


Development Plan for Sonic Drive- In.

Commissioner Todd seconded the motion and the motion passed, 6 in


favor, 1 recused.
5.

Landscape Plan for Sonic Drive- In

Mr. Narey stated Staff recommend for a" do- pass" recommendation to the Maumelle City
Council.
MOTION:

Commissioner Todd made a motion to recommend to the Maumelle City


Council a" do- pass" recommendation for the Landscape Plan for Sonic
Drive- In.

Commissioner Greene seconded the motion and the motion passed, 6 in


favor, 1 recused.
6.

Commercial Building Design

Mr. Narey stated Staff recommend for approval as resubmitted.


MOTION:

Commissioner Gershner made a motion to approve the Commercial

Building Design for Sonic Drive- In.


Commissioner Greene seconded the motion and the motion passed, 6 in
favor, 1 recused.
PUBLIC HEARING WAS CLOSED AT 6: 44 PM.
LIASON REPORT

May 4 Commissioner Gershner- Commissioner Gershner stated there was the third

reading and passing of Ordinance 875, the second reading of Ordinances 878 and 879, and the
first reading of Ordinance 881.
May 18 Commissioner Todd Commissioner Todd stated there were the third reading and

passing of Ordinance 878, and the second reading of Ordinance 881.


MOTION:

Commissioner Todd made a motion to adjourn the meeting.


Commissioner Andrews seconded the motion and the motion passed
unanimously.

The meeting was adjourned at 6: 46 pm.


Approved:
Chairman Mike Fisher, June 25, 2015

RESOLUTION NO. 2015-25

A RESOLUTION OF INTENT OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY


OF

MAUMELLE,

ARKANSAS

REGARDING

ISSUANCE

THE

OF

BONDS FOR THE PURPOSE OF ASSISTING IN THE FINANCING OF


AN INDUSTRIAL FACILITY TO BE LOCATED WITHIN THE CITY
WHEREAS, the

City

of

Maumelle, Arkansas ( the "

City")

is authorized under the

provisions of the Municipalities and Counties Industrial Development Revenue Bond Law,
Arkansas Code Annotated 14- 164- 201

et

seq. ( 1998 Repl. & 2013

Supp.) ( the "

Act"), to own,

acquire, construct, reconstruct, improve, equip and lease facilities to secure and develop industry
and to assist in the financing thereof by the issuance of bonds payable from the revenues derived
from such facilities; and
WHEREAS,

as

WHEREAS,

defined in the Act, " industry"

Kimberly- Clark

Corporation,

includes manufacturing facilities; and


a Delaware corporation engaged in the

manufacturing and marketing of health, hygiene and safety products, has evidenced its interest in
the construction and equipping of an expansion to its existing industrial facilities (the " Project")
located at 500 Murphy Drive within the corporate boundaries of the City if permanent financing
for the Project can be provided through the issuance of revenue bonds under the authority of the
Act; and

WHEREAS, in order to secure and develop industry within the City in accordance with
the provisions of the Act, the City desires to assist Kimberly-Clark Corporation or a subsidiary
thereof( the " Company") in the acquisition, construction and equipping of the Project through the
issuance of the City' s Not to Exceed $ 68, 000, 000 Taxable Industrial Development Revenue
Bonds ( Kimberly-Clark Corporation Project);
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE
CITY OF MAUMELLE, ARKANSAS, THAT:

It is the City' s present intention to assist the Company in the financing of

Section 1.

the proposed Project through the issuance of industrial development revenue bonds under the
authority

of

the Act.

principal amount of

It is presently estimated by the Company that bonds in the aggregate

approximately $ 68, 000, 000

would

be

required

for this

purpose.

However,

the City' s intent is to issue the bonds from time to time, pursuant to the terms of the Act, in such
amount as shall be requested by the Company for accomplishing all or any part of the Project,
whether or not such amount is more or less than the above estimate and whether or not the

finally acquired, constructed and equipped are identical to or


different from the facilities presently expected to constitute the Project.
facilities

and

improvements

Section 2.

In conjunction with any issuance of bonds to assist in the financing of the

Project, the City states its intention to enter into an agreement with the Company providing for
annual payments by the Company in lieu of ad valorem taxes in an amount equal to thirty-five
percent (
respect

35%)

of the aggregate amount of ad valorem taxes that would otherwise be due with
City' s issuance of the bonds. It is the City' s present

to the Project facilities but for the

intention that

said

bonds

and

the corresponding

agreement

for

payments

in lieu

of ad valorem

have a term of approximately thirty ( 30) years. Any payment made in lieu of ad
valorem taxes would be distributed to the political subdivisions which would have received ad

taxes would

valorem tax payments with respect to the Project facilities in the proportion that the millage

levied by each affected political subdivision bears to the total millage levied by all affected
political subdivisions.

All resolutions and parts thereof in conflict herewith are hereby repealed to

Section 3.

the extent of such conflict.

This Resolution shall be in full force and effect from and after its

Section 4.
adoption.

Approved this

15th

day of June, 2015.

Michael Watson, Mayor


ATTEST:

Joshua Clausen, City Clerk

APPROVED AS TO LEGAL FORM:

Caleb Norris, City Attorney

SPONSORED BY:

Mayor Watson

Saunders

Anderson

Kelley

Mosley

Lewis

Holt

Vaprersan

Aye:
No:

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of

Resolution 2015- 25

Scott

CITY OF MAUMELLE, ARKANSAS


TAXABLE INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT REVENUE BONDS

KIMBERLY- CLARK CORPORATION PROJECT)


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Kutak Rock

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Kutak Rock

Officer of State

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of

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City

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County Special School District Superintendent and Chief Fiscal

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Closing

City City of Maumelle, Arkansas


Bond Counsel Kutak Rock LLP

Company Kimberly-Clark Corporation

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June 8, 2015
Mayor Mike Watson

City of Maumelle
550 Edgewood Dr., Suite 590
Maumelle, AR 72113

Re:

Charging Party:

EEOC Charge No.

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Dear Mayor:

After reviewing and investigating the circumstances surrounding the above- referenced
EEOC claim, Amanda LaFever, AML StaffAttorney assigned to this matter, has requested that
we amend our original coverage decision as outlined in the February 13, 2015 letter. Ms.

LaFever used the mediation process offered by the EEOC to negotiate a settlement and avoid
lengthy litigation and now requests amended coverage pursuant to the Municipal Legal
Specifically, it is our understanding that the City ofMaumelle
is requesting coverage for the City.
Defense Program(" Program").

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The Program will extend coverage to the City of Maumelle pursuant to paragraph 3( d)
of the enclosed brochure which states as follows:

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In cases involving wrongful termination or harassment ofan official

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or

including '

constructive

discharge' of an official or

employee, the Program, after the case is accepted, shall never be liable

for

than

fifty percent ( 50%) of any judgment for


compensatory/actual damages, settlement monies, court costs and/or
attorney fees."

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Please feel free to contact me to discuss this process or any other questions you
may have.
Sincerel ,

Don A. Zimmerman
Executive Director

Little Rock Mayor Mark Stodola, President


Batesville Mayor Rick Elumbaugh, First Vice President
Blytheville Mayor James
Sanders, Vice President, District 1
Searcy Mayor David Morris, Vice President, District 2 Russellville Mayor Bill Eaton, Vice
President, District 3
De Queen Mayor Billy Ray McKelvy, Vice President, District it
Executive Director Don A. Zimmerman

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Attorney

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Mayor Mike Watson

City of Maumelle
550 Edgewood Dr., Suite 590
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we amend our original coverage decision as outlined in the February 13, 2015 letter. Ms.

LaFever used the mediation process offered by the EEOC to negotiate a settlement and avoid
lengthy litigation and now requests amended coverage pursuant to the Municipal Legal
Defense Program(" Program").

Specifically, it is our understanding that the City ofMaumelle


is requesting coverage for the City.

to

The Program will extend coverage to the City ofMaumelle pursuant to paragraph 3( d)
of the enclosed brochure which states as follows:

In cases involving wrongful termination or harassment

of

or

employee,

including ' constructive

the case is accepted, shall never be liable for more than

fifty percent ( 50%)


judgment
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Little Rock Mayor Mark Stodola, President Batesville Mayor Rick Elumbaugh, First Vice President Blytheville Mayor James
Sanders, Vice President, District 1
Searcy Mayor David Morris, Vice President, District 2 Russellville Mayor Bill Eaton, Vice
President, District 3
De Queen Mayor
Vice President, District 4
Executive Director Don A. Zimmerman

Billy Ray McKelvy,

Executive Director

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June 11, 201.5

Alderman John Vaprersan

Hon, Mike Watson


Mayor,

City

of

26 Vantage Drive

Maumelle

550 Edgewood Drive, Suite 590

Maumelle, AR 72113

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Alderman Ken Saunders

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Alderman Preston Lewis

Alderman Marion Scott

14 Braeswood Place

12 Spring Drive

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Alderman Jess Holt

102 Rolling Oaks Drive


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Re:

Maumelle Suburban Improvement District No. 500


the " District") Proposed 2015 Rate Increase

Dear Mayor Watson

and

Council Members:

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Mayor Mike Watson and Council Members

June 11, 2015


Page 2

At

the

June

9,

2015

regular

District

Board

the

meeting,

Board

of

Commissioners adopted, by unanimous vote, a proposed rate increase of the water


and sewer rates.

This proposed rate increase is necessary to fund the District' s: 1)

current operational

expenses;

2) short term capital improvements needs; and 3)

fiscally prudent and/ or contractually required. Reserve Accounts ( including the


Depreciation Account for the repair or replacement of the aging infrastructure and
This proposed rate increase is also essential for the Maumelle Public
Water Authority' s (" PWA") issuance of a sufficient amount of revenue bonds at a
equipment).

reasonably low interest rate for the completion of the PWA' s purchase of the
District'

described in my

s assets and operations as

May

14, 2015 letter to

you.

summary of the various elements of the District' s proposed rate increase is


attached to this letter.

Pursuant to Section 1

of

M.aumelle

City

Ordinance No. 271, this letter

constitutes prior written notice to the City of the I:)istrict' s proposed rate increase

which is necessary to trigger the setting of the required public hearing and the City
Council'

s vote on the proposed rate

increase. Thank you for your consideration of

this matter.

Very truly yours,


HANKINS LAW FIRM, P. A.

BY: STUART W. HANKINS

Enclosures

cc:

Caleb Norris, City Attorney


Dave KaufiTnan

Mayor Mike Watson and Council Members


June 11, 2015
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CITY OF MAUMELLE
DEPARTMENT OF CODE ENFORCEMENT/

PERMITS

THREE YEAR SINGLE FAMILY PERMIT COMPARISONS

As of May 2015

2013
Permits

January

Fees

2014
Permits

Fees

2015
Fees

Permits

8,982. 40

$ 0

7, 533. 30

$ 8, 284. 40

1, 083. 60

February

March

$ 10,944. 80

$ 5, 109. 60

5, 370. 80

April

12

$ 16,951. 00

$ 7, 423. 60

7, 149. 60

May

10

$ 15. 403. 60

2, 710.80

June

$ 8, 096. 80

$ 6,443. 60

July

7, 733. 90

August

1, 707. 20

$ 6,964. 80

September

$ 12, 526. 80

$ 2, 664. 40

October

$ 8, 138. 80

39

$ 15, 964. 18

November

11, 932. 00

$ 7, 956. 00

December

3, 423. 20

10

$ 11, 431. 20

TOTALS

76

98

$ 94, 761. 78

12

$ 16, 314. 80

5, 128. 80

$ 104, 850. 60

7, 116. 40

CITY OF MAUMELLE
DEPARTMENT OF CODE ENFORCEMENT/

PERMITS

THREE YEAR DEPOSIT COMPARISONS


2013- 2014- 2015

As of May 2015

2013

JANUARY

14, 959. 80

2014

6, 309. 64

2015

36,466. 32

FEBRUARY

20, 915. 33

11, 821. 91

4, 944.83

MARCH

22,011. 35

11, 342. 92

15, 289. 41

APRIL

23, 477.02

6, 872. 69

10, 927. 37

MAY

12, 753. 50

9, 420. 13

17, 397. 25

JUNE

16, 712. 12

7, 409. 11

JULY

16, 760. 66

17, 930. 77

AUGUST

13, 615. 55

9, 288. 73

SEPTEMBER

10, 072. 69

9, 964. 26

OCTOBER

32, 472.80

36, 796. 33

NOVEMBER

22, 292. 65

18, 336. 67

DECEMBER

7, 416.75

11, 603. 06

213, 460. 22

157, 096. 22

TOTALS

85, 025. 18

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ARKANSAS
BAPTIST
For immediate release- 5. 29. 15

For more information, contact: Neal Moore, 501- 920- 4787 or


neal@belstclass.com

Arkansas Baptist High School students finish in the top ten in national stock
market competition; 3 team members and advisor from Maumelle

Little Rock, Ark.) Four Arkansas Baptist High School students were given a

hypothetical $ 100, 000 to invest in the stock market and the return on their

investment was an impressive 29 percent.

Sarah Glass, senior, daughter of Brad and Amelia Glass of Maumelle; Todd

Hickingbotham, senior, son of Todd Hickingbotham and Wendy Reed of Little Rock;
Cody Guy, senior, son of Chad and Annette Guy of Maumelle; and Chase Dunnaway,
junior, son of Devin and Dena Dunnaway of Maumelle, comprised the team
competing in the 12th Annual Stock Market Game competition sponsored by the
Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association ( SIFMA), the voice of the U.S.

securities industry. Angie Hopkins, of Maumelle, was the faculty advisor working
with the group.

Part of the reward of finishing in the top 10 sends the winning team on paid a trip to
Washington, DC, to be recognized at an awards reception on Capitol Hill on
Junel7th.

We are proud of our students and Mrs. Hopkins for finishing in the top ten in a
national competition of this stature,"

said Arthur Bennett, headmaster of Arkansas

Baptist Schools.

The 14-week challenge organized teams of middle and high school students by
congressional district and state. The competition teaches the importance of saving
and investing while simultaneously promoting a better understanding of
government.

This year 100 percent of Congress participated and SIFMA gives special recognition
to the over 50 members of Congress who took the time to visit their local school and
engage with the students on financial education and role of government in our
capital markets,"

added Bennett. Rep. French Hill visited Arkansas Baptist High

School earlier in the school year.

The competition is sponsored statewide by Economics Arkansas a private, nonprofit, non- partisan, educational organization founded in 1962 by Dr. Bessie B.
Moore to promote economic literacy in Arkansas. Sue Owens is the executive
director of Economics Arkansas.
Teams invest

hypothetical $ 100, 000 in listed stocks, bonds and mutual funds and

learn the value of saving, investing and the capital markets as they work together to
maximize the return of their portfolios. This year more than 15, 000 students from

742 schools participated in this hands- on financial literacy program.


Founded in 1977, the Stock Market Game has since expanded through a national
network of educational nonprofit organizations to reach 15 million students.

An independent study by Learning Point Associates found that students who


participated in the Stock Market Game scored significantly higher on mathematics
and financial literacy tests than their peers who did not participate.

The study also found that teachers who taught the Stock Market Game reported that
the program motivated them to better plan for their own financial futures. The Stock

Market Game has been named the only program that successfully increased scores
on the Jumpstart Coalition' s test of high school students' financial literacy.
The Capital Hill Challenge is just one component of the Stock Market Game, which

operates in all 50 states, serving upwards of half-a- million students each year. The
program has significant benefits including professional development opportunities

for teachers, teamwork and confidence building for students, reinforcement of


student technology and online research skills (the trading simulation is online).
The program improves students' and teachers' financial knowledge and behavior

and fulfills national standards and state-level subject matter requirements in

English language arts, math, social studies, business, economics, technology and
consumer science.

Top 10 winning

teams

are as

follows:

Equity

School

1$ 184,338. 77

Canyonville Christian

2 $ 165, 477. 52

Academy

3 $ 158, 323. 87

The Westminster School

4 $ 158, 252. 65

Passaic

5 $ 149,461. 84

Highland School

6 $ 141, 966. 11

Cedar Ridge High School

7 ft

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State Member of Congress

of

Academy

Information Tech&

Valley

OR Rep. Peter DeFazio


Eng.

GA Rep. Barry Loudermilk

High School

of

CT Rep. Jim Nimes

NJ Rep. Rodney Freylinghuysen


NC Senator Thom Tillis

Technology

TX Rep. John Carter


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8 $ 139, 653. 06

Brookville High School

9 $ 138,088. 70

Carmel High School

IN Rep. Susan Brooks

10 $134, 998. 3

Parkview High School

GA Rep. Hank Johnson Jr.

VA Senator Tim Kaine

To view the final rankings for the 2015 competition and to learn more about the
awards reception, visit the

SIFMA Foundation' s

website:

http://

www.sifma.org/ chc.

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About SIFMA Foundation' s Stock Market Game

SIFMA Foundation' s Stock Market Game is a curriculum- based program where

student teams in grades 4- 12 learn about the global marketplace and long-term
saving and investing fundamentals by using a hypothetical brokerage account. The
program serves 15, 000 teachers and 600,000 students annually. Teachers receive
professional development and grade- level specific curriculum guides, lesson plans
and newsletters to incorporate the program into their core mathematics, social

studies, business, economics and language arts programs. For more on the Stock
Market Game

please visit:

http://

www.stockmarketgame. org.

About the SIFMA Foundation for Investor Education

The SIFMA Foundation is dedicated to fostering knowledge and understanding of


the financial markets for individuals of all backgrounds. Drawing on the support and
expertise of the financial industry, the SIFMA Foundation provides financial
education programs and tools that strengthen economic opportunities across

communities and increase individuals' access to the benefits of the global


marketplace. Notable Foundation programs include the Stock Market Game, which

has served more than 15 million students since it began in 1977, the InvestWrite
national essay competition, the Capitol Hill Challenge, and Invest It Forward. For
more information on the work of the SIFMA Foundation, visit

http:// www.sifma.org/ foundation.


About SIFMA

The Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association (SIFMA) is the voice of

the U.S. securities industry, representing the broker-dealers, banks and asset
managers whose 889,000 employees provide access to the capital markets, raising
over$ 2. 4 trillion for businesses and municipalities in the U.S., serving retail clients
with over$ 16 trillion in assets and managing more than$ 62 trillion in assets for
individual and institutional clients including mutual funds and retirement plans.
SIFMA, with offices in New York and Washington, D. C., is the U.S. regional member
of

the Global Financial Markets Association ( GFMA). For more information, visit

http://

www.sifma.

org.

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VIA ELECTRONIC MAIL

Hon. Michael Watson

City

of

Maumelle

mayor(

maumelle. org

550 Edgewood Drive, Suite 590


Maumelle, AR 72113
Re:

Water Well No. 13 located on a portion of the property generally described as coord Lat
34. 850971, Long-92.437848 and formerly owned by Capitol Development of Arkansas,
Inc. and now owned by the City of Maumelle (the " City")

Dear Mayor Watson:

As you know, our firm represents Maumelle Suburban Improvement District No. 500
a/

k/ a Maumelle Water Management( the " District"). The District has completed the construction

of

its

new water well,

constructed

within

which

is known

the District'

s"

water

as

Water Well No. 13 ( the " Well").

rights"

The Well was

Easement which includes the referenced real

Easement").

The Easement was recorded in the Pulaski County real estate records
on May 15, 2001 as Instrument No. 2001036318.

property ( the "

Given your attendance at the District' s regular Board of Commissioners' meetings I' m

sure you were already aware of the construction and completion of the Well; however, the
District wanted to formally notify you. The District is appreciative of the City' s cooperation. If
you have any questions or comments or you need further information please do not hesitate to
contact me.

Very truly yours,


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rs

BY: A. VIGHAN HANKINS

cc:

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Mr. Ralph Kearney [ via e- mail]


Ms. Mary Peyton [ via e- mail]
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