CITY COUNCIL MEETING AGENDA

MARCH 20, 2012
5:00pm-Workshop 6:00pm-Regular Meeting

Location: City Hall, 408 N. Spokane Street, Post Falls, ID 83854

WORKSHOP - Bill Melvin with ADA Committee Report & Jerry Mason on Role of City Attorney – 5:00pm Park and Recreation Conference Room REGULAR MEETING – 6:00pm City Council Chambers CALL TO ORDER PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE WELCOME – PLEASE TURN OFF CELL PHONES – Thank You. ROLL CALL OF CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS CEREMONIES, APPOINTMENTS, ANNOUNCEMENTS, PRESENTATIONS
Introduction of New Fire Chief Warren Merritt

AMENDMENTS TO THE AGENDA DECLARATION OF CONFLICT 1. CONSENT CALENDAR
The consent calendar includes items which require formal Council action, but which are typically routine or not of great controversy. Individual Council members may ask that any specific item be removed from the consent calendar in order that it be discussed in greater detail. Explanatory information is included in the Council agenda packet regarding these items and any contingencies are part of the approval.

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Minutes – February 28 & March 7, 2011 – Proposed minutes for Council approval Payables –February 29-March 13, 2011 – Ready for Council approval Change City Hall Phone & Internet Service to Time Warner Change Water Department Phone & Internet Service to Time Warner

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PUBLIC HEARINGS

Items listed as public hearings allow citizen comment on the subject matter before the Council. Residents or visitors wishing to comment upon the item before the Council should follow the procedural steps. In order to testify, individuals must sign up in advance, providing sufficient information to allow the Clerk to properly record their testimony in the official record of the City Council. Hearing procedures call for presentation by

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the applicant, submission of information from City staff, followed by public testimony. The rules for testifying include the following: applicant will have 15 minutes to present their project; testimony by the public will be limited to 3 minutes per person. Testimony at public hearings on applications brought forth from the Planning & Zoning Commission can be used to reaffirm previous testimony. a. FY12 Budget Amendment #1

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UNFINISHED / OLD BUSINESS CITIZEN ISSUES

This section of the agenda is reserved for citizens wishing to address the Council regarding a City-related issue. In order to ensure adequate public notice, Idaho Law provides that any item requiring Council action must be placed on the agenda of an upcoming Council meeting, except for emergency circumstances. Comments related to future public hearings should be held for that public hearing. Repeated comments regarding the same or similar topics previously addressed are out of order and will not be allowed. Persons wishing to speak will have 5 minutes. Comments regarding performance by city employees are inappropriate at this time and should be directed to the Mayor, either by subsequent appointment or after tonight’s meeting, if time permitting.

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NEW BUSINESS ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS

Ordinances and resolutions are formal measures considered by the City Council to implement policy which the Council has considered. Resolutions govern internal matters to establish fees and charges pursuant to existing ordinances. Ordinances are laws which govern general public conduct. Certain procedures must be followed in the adoption of both ordinances and resolutions; state law often establishes those requirements.

a. Ordinance-Amending Backflow Prevention Assembly; Requirements

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ADMINISTRATIVE / STAFF REPORTS
a. FY13 Budget Public Hearing Date

COUNCIL COMMENTS MAYOR COMMENTS EXECUTIVE SESSION

Certain City-related matters may need to be discussed confidentially as a matter of law subject to applicable legal requirements; the Council may enter executive session to discuss such matters.

REGULAR SESSION ADJOURNMENT
Questions concerning items appearing on this Agenda or requests for accommodation of special needs to participate in the meeting should be addressed to the Office of the City Clerk, 408 Spokane Street or call 208-773-3511.
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This meeting is broadcast live on the city of Post Falls Cable Channel 13
Mission The City of Post Falls mission is to provide leadership, support common community values, promote citizen involvement and provide services which ensure a superior quality of life. Vision Post Falls respects its past, enjoys its present and is planning its future to ensure that the feeling of community is preserved, its growth beneficial, its environment is clean and its economic stability assured while maintaining a small town atmosphere and quality of life. Mayor Clay Larkin Councilors Kerri Thoreson, Ron Jacobson, Joe Malloy, Betty Ann Henderson, Skip Hissong, Linda Wilhelm

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CALENDAR OF MEETINGS & EVENTS

Mar 17 Mar 20 Mar 21 Mar 26 Mar 27 Apr 1 Apr 3 Apr 5 Apr 6 Apr 8 Apr 9 Apr 10 Apr 12 Apr 17 Apr 18 Apr 19

St. Patrick’s Day 5:00pm 6:00pm 8:00am 2:00pm 6:00pm April Fool’s Day 6:00pm 8:00am FULL MOON Easter 6:00pm 6:00pm 1:30pm 5:00pm 6:00pm 8:00am 7:00am

City Council Workshop City Council Urban Forestry Commission Strategic Plan Advisory Committee (SPAC) Park and Recreation Commission City Council State of Idaho Watercraft Inspector Training

Post Falls School Board Planning and Zoning Commission KMPO Meeting City Council Workshop City Council Urban Forestry Commission Urban Renewal Commission

“Many ideas grow better when transplanted into another mind than in the one where they sprung up.” ~Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr.

Post Falls City Council Meeting March 20, 2012
Council Agenda Memorandum
TO: Mayor Clay Larkin Council President Ron Jacobson Councilors, Linda Wilhelm, Skip Hissong, Kerri Thoreson, Betty Ann Henderson, Joe Malloy Legal Counsel Jerry Mason Eric A. Keck, City Administrator Department Heads

FROM:
CC:

** 5:00 workshop - ADA Committee Report and Role of City Attorney ** Recreation conference room - Staff memos are provided in this packet.

Ceremonies, Announcements • • Introduction of Fire Chief Warren Merritt Feinstein Foundation $1 Million Challenge, March-April, Post Falls Food Bank

Consent Calendar Items C and D below are requests by Information Technology Manager Michael Kirby for approval to enter into two 36 month agreements with Time Warner. Time Warner would provide phone and internet service to City Hall and the Water Division facilities. Our current agreements with vendor TW Telcom are ending and Mr. Kirby has determined that Time Warner will save us cost and increase capacity at City Hall; the quote for the Water division was only a few dollars more than TW Telcom. He lists the fees and bandwith in his memos. He recommends having both facilities serviced by the same provider, Time Warner. C) Change City Hall Phone & Internet Service to Time Warner. D) Change Water Department Phone & Internet Service to Time Warner.

Public Hearings 1) FY 12 Budget Amendment #1 - Opportunity is given for public comment on the proposed budget amendment. The varied 21 items listed in Finance Director Shelly Enderud’s memo total an adjustment of $1,931,142. She will be happy to answer any questions you may have. After discussion and hearing comment, if any, Council shall either move to approve the amendment, deny the request, or provide other direction.

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Ordinance Amending Backflow Prevention Assembly Code with Requirements - This ordinance amends Section 13.12.080 of the current Backflow Prevention Assembly code, to clarify requirements for testers. Council shall either adopt the ordinance or take no action. Staff Reports A) FY13 Budget Public Hearing Date - Shelly Enderud requests that Council approve the proposed August 21, 2012 Council meeting to hold the FY 13 City budget public hearing. Per State law, we are required to get formal approval and notify the County Clerk of the date and time. If approved, Shelly will send the notification to the County. If not approved, Council should provide other direction.

Executive Session No executive session is needed at the time of the writing of this memorandum; however, Council may reserve the right to conduct a session should it see the necessity.

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CITY OF POST FALLS WORKSHOP MEMORANDUM SUMMARY

DATE: TO: FROM:

MARCH 20, 2012 HONORABLE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL BILL MELVIN, CITY ENGINEER

SUBJECT: ADA COMMITTEE – WORKSHOP SUMMARY

DISCUSSION: The ADA Committee was formed in February 2011, to address the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), relating to City facilities, rights-of-way, and associated infrastructure. Bill Melvin, ADA Committee Chairman, will present the Committee’s findings and recommendations to the City Council during a 5:00 p.m. workshop on 3-20-2012. SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS: Attached for your reference, is a copy of the ADA Executive Summary memorandum sent to Administration on 3-9-2012.

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PUBLIC SERVICES DEPARTMENT Engineering Division
DATE: TO: March 9, 2012 Terry Werner, Public Services Director Eric Keck, City Administrator Bill Melvin, City Engineer ADA EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

FROM: RE:

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Executive Summary In February 2011, the City of Post Falls formed a committee to address the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), as it related to City facilities, rights-of-way, and associated infrastructure. The purpose of this Executive Summary is to convey the work of the Committee, how we intend to function in the future and our recommendations for priority areas of needs; both from compliance modifications, and also in regards to budgetary needs to accomplish the work. Work Summary The ADA Committee consists of 14 members, and was formed to address ADA requirements within the City of Post Falls. The Committee’s first step was to create a framework around the purpose of the Committee. That purpose became two-fold: 1) To insure that the City was addressing the most current ADA standards and regulations, and reduce the City’s exposure with non-compliance; and 2) Create an atmosphere where the spirit of providing accommodations to those residing within and visiting our community that have disabilities was conveyed throughout our work. After focusing our purpose, the Committee then chose to address the many regulations in regards to being ADA compliant, and assigned specific research into the codes to individuals that contained expertise within those areas on a daily working basis; Building, Grounds, Parks, Rightsof-way, Police Action, Media and Legal, etc. Concurrently, the establishment of an electronic filing system that contained a list of current ADA regulations for each specific area of concern, and commonly used acronyms used throughout the ADA regulatory environment was established. The group then met and discussed the regulations to address questions and concerns, and to share a working knowledge and base understanding amongst the entire group. During this time, several members of the Committee researched available training and provided some valuable web-based training for all of the Committee Members at each successive meeting.

408 N. Spokane Street, Post Falls, ID 83854  tel (208)773-3511  fax (208)773-8362  www.postfallsidaho.org
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The Committee then proceeded with the task of documenting City owned facilities such as buildings and grounds, parks, and other areas including communication device availability and the City’s media exposure that would require an audit for compliance with ADA. Common forms were established to provide for uniformity with all audits. Committee members then completed the lengthy task of reviewing each facility for items that were not in compliance with ADA. This progress took months; as team members reviewed and documented the areas within nine (9) buildings, eleven (11) City owned parks and sites, as well as the media presentation and disabled listening and hearing devices that the City offered. The completed list was thorough and detailed, and contained an extensive list of needed improvements. The Committee also collected a list of available resources available (interpreters, and visual and communication aids) that can be used for support throughout the City. The next task performed by the Committee was to establish priority areas of work, in which to recommend action leading towards compliance. The Committee chose to focus on the areas that received the most public access (City Hall, Police Department, and City Parks), and to refine the detailed list for each of those facilities. Costs were established for the individual work items exceeding $180,000 worth of improvements, which the Committee felt should be the City’s initial focus. A spreadsheet of the priority areas is attached. Our next task was to discuss a compliance goal term and budget recommendation amounts, for request from City Council to accomplish this goal. The Committee chose a term of five (5) years for the priority deficiencies, with a budget request of $40,000 per year. The total dollar amount of $200,000 includes the estimated $180,000 for improvements and an additional $20,000 to cover specific employee needs and cost fluctuations. The Committee then discussed our methods of documenting corrective action performed by the City. A common corrective action form was developed and then modified to comply with the “IWORQS” work order program currently being used by the Public Works and Parks Departments. This will establish and document the compilation of our initial work. The Committee is of the opinion that our regular meetings can move forward on a quarterly basis. These meetings will be focused to review regulatory changes, monitor compliance projects, address other specific concerns, and to receive training. For a detailed review of the Committee’s work, please refer to the project file, which is located on the Z Drive at Z:\ADA Committee. Recommendation The Committee recommends that their list of priorities and budget recommendations be presented to the Mayor and City Council, with subsequent budget requests provided during the annual budget sessions. The Committee also recommends that Administration and City Council accept our review and establishment of priorities, and that a budgetary line item is established in the amount of $40,000/year. Action Items The Committee will present our recommendations to City Council, during a future workshop.

MEMORANDUM

TO: FROM: DATE: CC:

MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL JERRY MASON, CITY ATTORNEY DUTIES OF THE CITY ATTORNEY 03/20/2012 ERIC KECK, CITY ADMINISTRATOR

SUBJECT:

For almost all of you, I was here as the City Attorney when you arrived to the world of public service with the City of Post Falls. This brief Memo is intended to guide you to several resources that serve as the legal foundation for the relationship between the City Attorney and all city officials and the outside world. The thirty minutes that we have together next Tuesday evening should provide an opportunity for me to describe my understanding of our responsibility to the City and for us to explore what we should each expect from the engagement. Nancy and I always welcome constructive feedback about how we are serving the City’s interests. One attachment to this Memo is an excerpt from the Idaho Code that outlines the legal duties of the City Attorney. It is not an extremely lengthy or detailed provision, and I intend to discuss how we have fulfilled the various legal responsibilities over the past 20 years. Doubtless the City will need to consider how it intends to address those services in the near term and the long term. We should also address considerations that should weigh on those decisions going forward. A second attachment includes Rule 1.13 of the Idaho Rules of Professional Responsibility that establishes standards when an attorney represents an organization. This rule addresses the duties of a legal officer who serves an organizational client, identifying who the client is, and what responsibilities are owed to whom. We also intend to explain what other clients we represent, our approach to municipal representation and our general philosophy of practicing public law. We understand that although most of you found us here when you arrived, we do not “own” the City as a client. That is always a choice by those who govern the City. Your questions and observations will certainly be welcome.

50-208A. Duties of city attorney. (1) The city attorney shall be the legal advisor of the municipal corporation, may represent the city in all suits or proceedings in which the city is interested, and shall perform such other duties as may be prescribed by ordinances and resolutions duly passed. Nothing herein, however, shall preclude any city from employing alternative additional counsel when deemed advisable. (2) The city attorney, his deputies, or contract counsel shall prosecute those violations of county or city ordinances, state traffic infractions, and state misdemeanors committed within the municipal limits. In so doing, the city attorney, his deputies, or contract counsel shall exercise the same powers as the county prosecutor including, but not limited to, granting immunity to witnesses.

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CITY COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING MINUTES

FEBRUARY 28, 2012 7:00 AM

Location: City Hall, 408 N Spokane Street, Post Falls, ID 83854

JOINT WORKSHOP-Urban Renewal Agency
2nd Floor Conference Room #267/268

CALL TO ORDER by Mayor Larkin PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE ROLL CALL OF CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS
Kerri Thoreson, Ron Jacobson, Joe Malloy, Betty Ann Henderson, Skip Hissong, Linda Wilhelm. Staff: Eric Keck, Jerry Mason, Terry Werner, and Charity Cynova.

ROLL CALL OF URBAN RENEWAL MEMBERS
Present: Bobbi Rollins, Dave Holloway, Hilde Shetler, and Samantha Babich Staff present: Tom Lien and Pete Bredeson

NEW BUSINESS
Larkin: Went over the discussion items for the workshop. Workshop Discussion Topics: 1. History of Urban Renewal in Idaho 2. Revenue Allocation Financing 101 3. Council and Urban Renewal communication 4. Discussion of Riverbend District closure 5. Discussion of potential projects in East Post Falls District 6. Discussion of potential projects in City Center District 7. Urban Renewal Legislation Review 8. Other business

History of Urban Renewal in Idaho: Presented by Jerry Mason: Represented both the City and URA at one time. Resigned from URA as may be conflict of interest with representing City. -Urban Renewal Agency creation in 1960s distinguished in Idaho Code 50-20, 50-29; purpose of urban renewal to improve deteriorated areas of social liability that reduce tax base/require extra services and make public investment to stimulate private investment in the areas.

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URA Nature- Independent body corporate & politic, board appointed by Mayor/confirmed by Council, annual report to Council (its local governing body), obligated to comply with public records law/open meeting act/ethics & bidding statutes. URA Powers- Carry out urban renewal projects-federal funds, furnish or repair public improvements, redevelop property or buildings, acquire buildings and demolish, invest funds, borrow money, survey conditions, prepare relocation. Prepare UR Plan- To address decay and deterioration, submit plan to P-Z for review of comprehensive plan conformity, City Council holds public hearing, Council must find it conforms to comp plan and maximizes redevelopment by private enterprise, adopt plan by Ordinance. Revenue Allocation Financing 101: Mason: Described the history of revenue allocation as part of an urban renewal plan. Max RA duration 24/20 years-max bond maturity 30/20 years-URA prepares RA plan-recommends RA plan to governing body. (All new districts max 20 years, 24 years for previously created districts per 2011 legislation) Essentials of RA Plan- Describe kind, number, and location of all public works or improvements in RA area, economic feasibility study, detailed list of project costs, fiscal impact statement-impacts. Duties of City Council- Hold public hearing, publish notice of hearing, notify governing boards of all affected taxing districts, implement change by Ordinance, plan implemented. Sequence of UR Events- Develop UR plan, purpose RA provision as part of UR plan, ordinance locks in the plan and RA in place, Tax increment shifts new funds. The UR/RA Operating Theory- Plan charts strategy-public facilities must be a plan, sources of funding identified, if RA-specific notice & hearing occurs-affected taxing districts know impacts. URA initiates the urban renewal plan. Taxes are the source of funds for urban renewal operation. Every urban renewal is a budget decision. There is no source of revenue capital for Cities; we don’t budget based upon it instead allocate funds. Proper object of RA is public infrastructure. City Council role in urban renewal is decision body that enacts by Ordinance. Urban renewal plans can change in the same way a new plan can be proposed; if part of plan not working/feasible need to amend to make district shift priorities. Long term future mission for PFURA? Does it matter to City Council? Council and Urban Renewal Communication: Council/Commission discussed the desired frequency for holding joint meetings. It was agreed that the URA and City Council would meet quarterly; City/Commission to communicate to set up the meetings. If there is a need for URA/Council to meet in between quarterly sessions will hold special meetings as issues arise.

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Discussion of Riverbend District Closure: Rollins: This district will close on December 31, 2012. At the present time there is an obligation of $217,488.06 owed. Anticipate that we will have a balance of $117,500.00 at end of 2012; the money will go back to the taxing agencies. The assessed value of property went from 3.2 million at start of project to 52 million in recent assessment. Major job increase in this district. Discussion of the process of refunding/rebating money to taxing districts. There was some confusion in past on distribution; already worked through with the County to distribute funds properly. The money left over in Urban Renewal Districts is not up for grabs by businesses in the districts nor does is go directly to general fund; balance returns to taxing agencies. Discussion of Potential Projects in East Post Falls District: Larkin: On June 28, 2011 council voted to close this district as planned by 2015. Jacobson: Obstains from any discussion/comments on the East Post Falls Urban Renewal District. Rollins: There are three sub districts in the East Post Falls Urban Renewal District-“South,” “Central,” and “North” (Tullamore). Tullamore RA Plan-would only payback for infrastructure with tax increment from Tullamore lots. This district was created for traffic and pedestrian safety and mitigation not job creation. Commission would like to discuss the 5 parts of the plan: the Greensferry Overpass, Spencer Street, Mullan Intersection, Cedar Street Signalization, Trail (not part of original plan). The signalization is done and this district terminates in 2015. Urban Renewal Agency has almost 6 million dollars sitting in the account currently for this district; spent approx $350,000 in last ten years. Discussion of Greensferry Overpass: The URA committed approximately $500,000 to this project. $168,000 went to ITD for this project to pay for plans in process. Urban Renewal did not have control over this project coming to fruition as funding from other agencies not available and district not extended. Discussion of Pedestrian Trail Under I-90 along Highway 41: URA committed to spend $75,000 on trail under the freeway on Highway 41. The project cost for the trail came in at 1 million dollars so trail project not in progress. The question of why the City should have to spend URD dollars to put the trail in on ITD property was addressed. If the City wants/needs the trail and we have the funds in the URD account why not complete project. Public safety issue without being addressed; matter of time before someone is injured. Discussion of Mullan Avenue Intersection: Another issue addressed where should be ITD funded but no funding from ITD in works. Two left turn lanes should be installed for public safety at Mullan Avenue. As with the pedestrian trail, could fund with URD dollars to address this public safety concern if no other funding available.

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Discussion of Spencer Street: The public did speak on Spencer Street at public hearing. The people that spoke for it after all the funds spent planning should be done/completed. It does take time to get some projects going. A MOU has been in place for the Spencer Street project for almost two years. There is a hold up in the process due to some issues for negotiating ROW in this district; one property in particular. Commission/Council did not discuss too much of the property acquisition details as could affect ability to acquire property. There was some confusion between the Commission/City Staff as to who would negotiate for the ROW and fund the ROW needed to proceed with this project. Went over the language in the original plan to discuss who responsible for funding. The copy of plan brought to the workshop did show that ROW is covered by URD if needed. The URA or City Staff can hire agent to negotiate the price for the ROW; we are not limited by appraised value of property for acquisition. Mr. Crosby (citizen) asked to speak/add to discussion. As this is a joint workshop and not regular meeting Council/Commission chose not to invite the comments. The URA was encouraged to issue a memo citing the chapter and verse of the project where ROW is obligation of the City not part of the plan to be funded by URD. The URD, not the City, has funds established to acquire the ROW and complete the road. Spencer Street could have been completed in 2012 had we straightened out the ROW issue before now. Plan to conduct phases of Spencer Street then close the district rebating monies not being allocated. Finite details of the process to be worked out. No motion/action on Spencer Street needed today; no need to add to the next City Council meeting for further discussion. Council/Commission should identify differences and put into a report; point out provisions that contradict each other. It was agreed that there has been frustration on each side. All want to be good stewards of tax payer dollars. There needs to be a review of the language in the plan for clarification. If Council needs to react and respond to an issue URA needs to put into writing. This would allow Council time to think about all angles and prepare response addressing issues fully. Discussion of Potential Projects in City Center District: Rollins: Projects for the district include-signalization, median work on Spokane Street, Centennial Trail Crossing at Spokane Street, and connecting path to river (on back burner with ROW). Verdis Corporation just hired for consultation on this district. Currently no committed funds and a term date of 2018. As part of the Comp Plan the landing is crucial. There is just over 1 million in funds projected in 2018 without any spending of funds. Have some numbers from staff on costs of projects. No further discussion from Council/Commission.

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Mason: The Highway 41 and I-90 issue will not go away. This is not just looked upon as an URA issue; project for betterment of community. Even though one strategy is not working need to see as a set back; not dead issue just funding not presently available.

ADJOURNMENT 8:34am
_________________________________________ Clay Larkin, Mayor

____________________________________________ Charity Cynova, City Clerk

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CITY COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES

MARCH 7, 2012 6:00PM

Location: City Council Chambers, 408 N. Spokane Street, Post Falls, ID 83854

CALL TO ORDER by Mayor Larkin PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE WELCOME – PLEASE TURN OFF CELL PHONES – Thank You. ROLL CALL OF CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS
Kerri Thoreson, Ron Jacobson, Joe Malloy, Betty Ann Henderson, Skip Hissong, Linda Wilhelm. Staff: Shelly Enderud, Nancy Stricklin, Charity Cynova, Greg McLean, Dave Fair, Hilary Anderson.

CEREMONIES, APPOINTMENTS, ANNOUNCEMENTS, PRESENTATIONS
Larkin: Recognized Kootenai County Fire and Rescue Chief Dan Ryan in attendance. Proclamation-Fair Housing Month April 2012: Larkin: The month of April is Fair Housing month. Read the proclamation into record. Larkin: Sunday March 18th the 2nd Annual Leashes and Laces Event will occur at Greyhound Park. This event raised funds for the City’s K-9 program. 3.1 mile run/walk. We appreciate your support; come out enjoy the festivities. Presentation on Urban Renewal Agency FY11 Audit: Annual Report by Tom Lien, Director of URA: This is the annual update on the financial status of the Urban Renewal Agency. Required to report this information every year. Went over financial statements displayed on the overhead. Presented the full report to the City Clerk; available for public to review. Many financial statements are also available for review at the URA during business hours. Total Assets of $6,213,819; property tax revenue increased last year increasing the funds for the net income. Total checking/savings balance is $5,874,039 in URA accounts; mainly in CDs. Described the fund locations in secure account balances. Elected to use this account type because of interest rates a few years ago; invest in CDs with local banks and credit unions. The interest earnings don’t put the account balances over $250,000 due to insurance limitations on the balance. AR taxes $368,013; further explained the breakdown of the taxes. Total interest of $29,234 earned on bank savings accounts. Even though moved money out of lower rate accounts still dropped in interest earnings vs. prior years investments. Interest earnings are applied to internal operating costs; this way minimize

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amount used from taxes to operate the URA. The interest is shown by district and broken down into sub districts. Split check received from County for taxes in appropriate districts. Went over detail/numbers of districts interest. Council/Staff Discussion on URA Information: Council members inquired as to the availability of information to the public on the URA’s website. Wanted to make sure public can see the tax value to the districts. Not all districts are successful yet; people need to see the progress and value to the City. Lien: Explained the reimbursement to developers for investing in the improvement of land; County sends funds to URA for disbursement. Described the process of payoff and closing a districtresidual balance. Malloy: Is there a way for the public to see the amounts that would have went to the taxing districts? Lien: Possible with extra footwork; we would have to go back through the districts and make the desired information available by district. It would be more difficult to determine how much each taxing entity would have received with varying levy rates etc. Enderud: Offered to provide list of levy rates for calculations. Jacobson: Important to note that the development of these areas may not have occurred without the URD assistance being provided. Opportunity cost associated with the cost of development. Malloy: Simply a proponent of providing information to the public. Would be great if the numbers were available on the website for public review/more informed discussions. Lien: Can get some information to Malloy and constituents. Difference in urban renewal receiving money vs. taxing districts. There is now a payroll in excess of 50 million in the Riverbend area with assistance of the URD. Larkin: Would the County have the documentation being requested? Enderud: The numbers are not available through the County. Would have to figure numbers in foregone taxes. Lien: Continued with FY11 Audit by itemizing out Total Expenses. Reviewed the district payouts and payoffs. Foursquare submitted a reimbursement for several million dollars worth of work completed. URA needs to prove and verify costs before paying obligations. Loan for large water tower paid off with the extra funds to avoid paying additional interest accrued. Some of the work was done by the City in this district. Riverbend to be paid off in August 2012. Operating expenses are typical. Net Income $1,153,213. There are other projects in process now. Concluded the presentation. Thoreson: How does the water tower contribute to job creation? Lien: The water tower was necessary for Cabela’s and other businesses to be built in district. The tower increases the water pressure to the area. 2

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Larkin: The water tower also provides adequate fire flow to area and better insurance rates. Council/Staff Discussion on URA Cash Flow/Rebating: Council inquired about the fund balance of approximately $5.8 million sitting in the URA accounts. Lien explained that the fund balance is available to make payments for projects as they come due. Cash flow is needed for the disbursements when projects completed. Council noted it would be helpful to know the dates for rebating for budgeting purposes in appropriate fiscal years. No further questions from council. Larkin: Thanked Tom Lien for the presentation.

AMENDMENTS TO THE AGENDA
None

DECLARATION OF CONFLICT
None

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CONSENT CALENDAR

Enderud presented the Consent Calendar for City Council approval: a. Minutes – February 21, 2011 – Proposed minutes for Council approval b. Payables –February 14-28, 2011 – Ready for Council approval c. Beer Garden Concession Bid Award Enderud: Happy Birthday to Mayor Larkin on March 11th from Staff/Council. Motion by Wilhelm to approve the Consent Calendar as presented. Second by Hissong Vote: Jacobson, Malloy, Henderson, Hissong, Wilhelm, Thoreson. Motion carried.

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PUBLIC HEARINGS UNFINISHED / OLD BUSINESS CITIZEN ISSUES

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Courtenay Ellison-Issue of Taxes and Urban Renewal: Attended a meeting held by the URA recently and researched some unanswered questions. Feels there are issues with the program and trying to understand the process. Does not believe that a governing agency has the authority being used. Expressed frustrations regarding urban renewal. How to address the issues with the URA? Larkin: URA is structured by the state legislature. First step talk to one of our three legislators. Next step is with the Urban Renewal Commission. Bills in the working every legislative session. Urban renewal is a complex issue. Larkin: Asked Barry Rubin to come forward; recognized his absence at recent meetings. Rubin: Thanked Mayor/Council for their deep concern. 3

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NEW BUSINESS ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS ADMINISTRATIVE / STAFF REPORTS
a. Academy Update by Greg McLean-Police Department

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Presented by Greg McLean: Attended the FBI Academy from October 3-December 16, 2011. Lengthy journey; thanked the City and the community for the investment. Gave a brief overview of the program. The National Academy is professional course of study; opportunity to share with the federal government. Learned different aspects of leadership and development. Attendance and acceptance into this program is by nomination only. Classes consist of 40 classroom hours a week; earned A’s in the college level courses. Had opportunity to tour the FBI lab and share their techniques, ideas, and experiences with each other. Gave some history on the National Academy. Nominated in 2001 and just now attended the academy in 2011. Shared the real living conditions and classes attended while in the program. Great to hear experiences of actual case studies. Physical Fitness for Law Enforcement required class; there were weekly challenges for physical fitness. The Yellow Brick Road course 6.1 mile extreme Marine obstacle course completed. Toughest Sacrifice: being away from family/friends, losing connection with department activity, missing birthdays and events, unavailable for family emergencies. Thank you for the great experience. Already implementing the knowledge acquired from the training in his division.

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COUNCIL COMMENTS

Thoreson: General Manager of Hampton Idaho Center left positive note-Post Falls Boys Basketball Team was respectful of property. The team came home with a 2nd place trophy. Very proud of the youth representing our community. Hissong: Thanked the Police Department for help and guidance. American Legion lost Commander Dunlap recently and had to learn procedure/necessary documents to get liquor license renewed. Malloy: Talks with many people who are frustrated in general. We want to hear from the public and the best way to affect change is to get started.

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MAYOR COMMENTS

-Thomas Woolf of the Idaho State Department of Agriculture is the overseer of the Watercraft Inspection Program-mussel inspection stations. Will be holding training on Thursday April 5th from 8am-12:30pm at City Hall. -Opened watercraft inspection station at the Cedars; already captured two boats with mussels. -CityLink will be a experiencing some major changes; discussed in the next KMPO meeting. Stay tuned for updates on the routes. 4

City of Post Falls City Council Meeting Minutes

March 7, 2012

10.
None

EXECUTIVE SESSION

ADJOURNMENT 7:20pm

_________________________________________ Clay Larkin, Mayor

_________________________________________ Charity Cynova, City Clerk

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ACCOUNTS PAYABLE HANDCHECK ACCOUNTABILITY FOR CHECK RUN 03/21/2012
DATE AMOUNT CHECK # COMPANY 3/2/2012 29.92 36806 AT&T 3/2/2012 737.45 36807 AT&T Mobility 3/2/2012 377.61 36808 Frontier 3/2/2012 141.50 36809 The WoodMill 3/2/2012 575.24 36810 tw telecom 3/2/2012 1.49 36811 Verizon Wireless 3/8/2012 25.00 36820 Panhandle Health District 3/9/2012 104.19 36821 AT&T 3/9/2012 ####### 36822 Avista Utlities 3/9/2012 41.83 36823 Cricket 3/9/2012 356.94 36824 Frontier 3/9/2012 339.32 36825 Idaho State Tax Commission 3/9/2012 ####### 36826 Kootenai Electric 3/9/2012 200.00 36827 Scharelant Retreat House 3/9/2012 222.04 36828 Verizon Wireless REASON GL CODE Pay Before Due Date 001-431.0000.65030 Pay Before Due Date Various Various Pay Before Due Date Needed Before Next Check Run 001-433.0000.68010 Pay Before Due Date 001-421.0000.65030 Pay Before Due Date 650-463.0000.65030 Needed Before Next Check Run 001-444.0000.94005 Pay Before Due Date Various Pay Before Due Date Various Pay Before Due Date 001-431.0000.63260 Pay Before Due Date 001-421.0000.65030 Pay Before Due Date 001-22095 Pay Before Due Date Various Needed Before Next Check Run 003-482.0000.64080 Pay Before Due Date 001-421.0000.65030

Check Approval (Post Falls)
City of Post Falls

Packet: Vendor Set:

APPKT01607 - Check Run 03.21.12 01 - Vendor Set 01

Check Date: 3/21/2012

Vendor Number Vendor Name Bank Code Payment Type Fund: 001 - GENERAL FUND Balance Sheet Accounts VEN03238 Kylie Smith APPSB Check VEN03245 Michael Livingston APPSB Check VEN02035 Staples Advantage APPSB Check VEN03239 Steven Manning APPSB Check

Invoice #

Invoice Description

Account Number

Distribution Amount

INV0025772 INV0025838 3170331926 INV0025786

Refund Security Deposit Refund Security Deposit Staples & Printer Cartridge Partial Security Deposit Refund

001-22080 001-22080 001-15010 001-22080 Balance Sheet Accounts Total:

250.00 250.00 40.21 28.75 568.96

Dept: 411 Mayor & Council I283 Inland Northwest Partners APPSB Check INV0025835 K01411 Kootenai County Auditor APPSB Check 1-fy11/12 T126 Trading Company APPSB Check INV0025744

Mar 28th, 2012 Registration 1/2 of Participation Agreement Coffee and Pastries

001-411.0000.64010 001-411.0000.63870 001-411.0000.63060 Dept 411 Total:

40.00 10,975.00 11.43 11,026.43

Dept: 412 Information Systems D070 Dell Marketing LP APPSB Check F030 FedEx APPSB Check G0915 GovConnection, Inc. APPSB Check

XFNW8TKN3 7-800-67996 48825141

New M-Files Server Shipping Wireless Keyboard

001-412.0000.80010 001-412.0000.63070 001-412.0000.66030 Dept 412 Total:

3,186.54 90.60 90.67 3,367.81

Dept: 413 General Services VEN02354 The Week APPSB Check T126 Trading Company APPSB Check

INV0025826 INV0025744

Account No. 021500822 Coffee and Pastries

001-413.0000.62060 001-413.0000.63060 Dept 413 Total:

69.97 10.00 79.97

Dept: 414 Finance I283 Inland Northwest Partners APPSB Check INV0025835

Mar 28th, 2012 Registration

001-414.0000.64010 Dept 414 Total:

80.00 80.00

Dept: 415 City Clerk C291 Coeur d' Alene Press APPSB Check 2208650A G1181 Great America Leasing Corp. APPSB Check 11953593

Summary of Ordinance 1232 FP Ultimail Eq W/Scale

001-415.0000.62000 001-415.0000.66080 Dept 415 Total:

28.79 60.05 88.84

Dept: 417 Media/Cable Franchise C291 Coeur d' Alene Press APPSB Check

INV0025632

Account No. 9801

001-417.0000.62133 Dept 417 Total:

143.00 143.00

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Packet: Vendor Set:

APPKT01607 - Check Run 03.21.12 01 - Vendor Set 01

Check Date: 3/21/2012

Vendor Number Vendor Name Bank Code Payment Type Dept: 418 Human Resources A1190 A Drug Free Alliance APPSB Check

Invoice #

Invoice Description

Account Number

Distribution Amount

INV0025746

DOT and Alcohol Test

001-418.4000.72070 Dept 418 Total:

275.00 275.00

Dept: 421 Police VEN03233 Able Clean-Up Technologies Inc APPSB Check 14739 A0001 Alsco APPSB Check LSPO1106600 LSPO1110098 VEN02169 AutoZone APPSB Check 3701551079 3701544339 3701542574 B150 Blumenthal Uniforms & Equip APPSB Check 901018-82 901018-80 900888-81 925666 901018-86 905294-80 901018-84 923890 901018-85 VEN01301 Bratwear APPSB Check 322624 322641 VEN02188 CalAmp Wireless Networks Corp APPSB Check I0018695 C210 City of Post Falls APPSB Check INV0025665 C2150 City of Spokane APPSB Check INV0025694 C291 Coeur d' Alene Press APPSB Check 1158671 INV0025681 C400 Costco Wholesale APPSB Check INV0025734 C410 Country Lock & Key, Inc. APPSB Check 75347 75131 VEN01195 Empire Insignias APPSB Check 818379 F070 Fire Safety Specialists APPSB Check 17306 H001 H & H Business Systems, Inc. APPSB Check 230552 230557 230599 230598 H9001 Harbison, Edie APPSB Check 0500285 D019 APPSB M0613 APPSB M1299 APPSB N001 Hubb Systems DBA: Data 911 Check 19806 MdE, Inc. Check 5132 Mitchell1 Check IB14250004 Napa Auto Parts

Meth Lab Clean-Up Shop Uniform Shop Uniforms PD106 Battery PD103 ATC Panel PD80 Wiper Blades ECO Uniforms Shirt - Smith Belt - Keeper ECO Uniforms Shirt - Huska ECO Uniforms Pants - Huntman ECO Uniforms Alterations - Hunt Jumpsuits: Johnson & Huffman Computer Repair City Utilities Drug Destruction Advertising Account No. 14594 Clorox Wipes Keys Key Subdued Patches Fire Extinguisher Maintenance Patrol - Copies Records - Copier Excess Copies Detective Copier Alterations

001-421.0000.63920 001-421.4000.72000 001-421.4000.72000 001-421.0000.67100 001-421.0000.67100 001-421.0000.67100 001-421.4000.72000 001-421.4000.72000 001-421.4000.72000 001-421.4000.72000 001-421.4000.72000 001-421.4000.72000 001-421.4000.72000 001-421.4000.72000 001-421.4000.72000 001-421.4000.72000 001-421.4000.72000 001-421.0000.66041 001-421.0000.65004 001-421.0000.63920 001-421.0000.62000 001-421.0000.62060 001-421.0000.63060 001-421.0000.67100 001-421.0000.67100 001-421.4000.72000 001-421.0000.68010 001-421.0000.66050 001-421.0000.66050 001-421.0000.66050 001-421.0000.66050 001-421.4000.72000 001-421.4000.72020 001-421.0000.66041 001-421.0000.66043 001-421.0000.67170

3,042.36 25.00 25.00 83.00 21.00 6.00 15.95 -125.85 -97.70 26.00 120.40 -53.95 114.90 49.99 85.90 61.50 1,618.50 559.16 79.21 176.55 133.00 195.00 38.37 7.00 3.95 95.00 133.55 9.35 12.66 10.12 65.78 130.00 53.00 342.00 385.00 76.99

Computer Repair ADORE Software Web Subscription

3/14/2012 9:10:49 AM

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Packet: Vendor Set: Vendor Number Bank Code APPSB

APPKT01607 - Check Run 03.21.12 01 - Vendor Set 01 Vendor Name Payment Type Check

Check Date: 3/21/2012

N276 APPSB B1700 APPSB

Invoice # 446366 446760 446033 446827 445912 Northwest Vital Records Center Check 0212-49662 OfficeMax Check 694339 622799 OrbitCom, Inc. Check 00547469 Pam Thompson Check INV0025691 Perfection Tire Check 36-52639 Post Falls Gas Mart Check INV0025898 Post Falls Senior Center Check INV0025697 Professional Sales & Service Check 24099 Proforce Law Enforcement Check 131843 Pyramid Printing Check 1540-3738 Quality Stoves & Home Furnishings Check INV0025650 Ranch & Home Ace Hardware Check 214313/1 Spalding Auto Parts Check 1171323 Super 1 Foods Check INV0025907 Wingfoot Commercial Tire Check 197-1074374 197-1074903 Ziegler Lumber Co #017 Check 1017789474

Invoice Description Air Filters Oil Filters Shop Vac PD87 - Disc Pad Filter Shred Bins Labels & Toner Paper DSL Lines Seminar 02.01.12 - Sutton PD71 - Tire Service Fuel Senior Center Lunch Tickets - 2 Charger Consoles Vest - Eismann Safety Vest Fan Fireplace Battery and Key

Account Number 001-421.0000.67100 001-421.0000.67100 001-421.0000.67100 001-421.0000.67100 001-421.0000.67100 001-421.0000.68010 001-421.0000.63060 001-421.0000.66042 001-421.0000.66042 001-421.0000.66042 001-421.0000.64020 001-421.0000.67170 001-421.0000.64030 001-421.0000.63590 001-421.0000.67100 001-421.4000.72010 001-421.0000.67020 001-421.0000.68010 001-421.0000.63130 001-421.0000.67100 001-421.0000.67100 001-421.0000.64010 001-421.0000.67190 001-421.0000.67190 001-421.0000.68010 Dept 421 Total:

Distribution Amount -19.32 47.88 31.98 58.20 19.32 29.00 50.70 141.72 242.80 165.00 60.00 113.95 7,791.24 140.00 828.00 100.00 24.00 129.00 7.29 4.58 47.00 11.96 85.94 343.76 12.95 17,990.64

VEN01324 APPSB VEN03234 APPSB P180 APPSB P390 APPSB VEN01257 APPSB VEN03148 APPSB P4384 APPSB VEN01851 APPSB VEN03230 APPSB R251 APPSB S285 APPSB S400 APPSB VEN01683 APPSB Z026 APPSB

Tow Hook Hitch Donuts Tires PD71 Tires Snow Melt

Dept: 423 Oasis C1780 APPSB D002 APPSB E03449 APPSB

Center Target Sports, Inc. Check INV0025680 D & M Management Check INV0025863 Emerald Counseling Check 10430

O.A.S.I.S. Client April 2012 Rent VSU Support Group

001-423.0000.63730 001-423.1137.65115 001-423.1137.62380 Dept 423 Total:

50.00 850.00 800.00 1,700.00

Dept: 424 Legal - Prosecuting L070 LexisNexis Matthew Bender APPSB Check 2698749X 24853623 P390 Post Falls Gas Mart APPSB Check INV0025932

Idaho Code Rules 2011 Supp Idaho Code 2011 Citator Gas / Diesel Fuel

001-424.0000.63010 001-424.0000.63010 001-424.0000.64030 Dept 424 Total:

33.49 87.46 204.00 324.95

Dept: 427 Animal Control

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Packet: Vendor Set: Vendor Number Bank Code C210 APPSB K08222 APPSB P390 APPSB S400 APPSB

APPKT01607 - Check Run 03.21.12 01 - Vendor Set 01 Vendor Name Payment Type Invoice # City of Post Falls Check INV0025665 Kootenai Animal Hospital Check EUTH 12PF1303 EUTH 12PF0873 Post Falls Gas Mart Check INV0025898 Super 1 Foods Check INV0025910 INV0025911

Check Date: 3/21/2012

Invoice Description City Utilities Euthanasia

Account Number 001-427.0000.65004 001-427.0000.62040 001-427.0000.62040 001-427.0000.64030 001-427.0000.63151 001-427.0000.63151 Dept 427 Total:

Distribution Amount 32.54 25.00 35.00 291.89 72.84 48.56 505.83

Fuel Dog Food

Dept: 431 Streets A365 American On-Site Services APPSB Check A-108514 Outhouse Rental C210 City of Post Falls APPSB Check INV0025665 City Utilities VEN02240 Classic Electric LLC APPSB Check 2012-12 Traffic Lights C105 Coeur d'Alene Area Chamber of APPSB Check 26773 Training C220 Coleman Oil Co APPSB Check CL36690 Gas / Diesel Fuel C38421 Coral Sales Company APPSB Check INV-B047507 School Zone Repair VEN02994 Grimco APPSB Check 7324179-02 Sign Material 7324179-01 VEN01373 Intermountain Sign & Safety APPSB Check 1300 Traffic Cones M205 MTS Safety Products, Inc. APPSB Check 3639801 Uniform Expense P050 Panhandle Area Council APPSB Check KC 03.14.15.2012 01SEEP Training P390 Post Falls Gas Mart APPSB Check INV0025932 Gas / Diesel Fuel R251 Ranch & Home Ace Hardware APPSB Check 214070/1 Men's Rest Room Toilet Repair

001-431.0000.67070 001-431.0000.65004 001-431.0000.68140 001-431.0000.64020 001-431.0000.64030 001-431.0000.68140 001-431.0000.63260 001-431.0000.63260 001-431.0000.68150 001-431.4000.72000 001-431.0000.64010 001-431.0000.64030 001-431.0000.68010 Dept 431 Total:

55.99 132.20 267.69 40.00 3,274.26 530.00 80.60 48.40 675.00 45.47 600.00 3,090.31 24.49 8,864.41

Dept: 432 Public Works Administration C220 Coleman Oil Co APPSB Check

CL36690

Gas / Diesel Fuel

001-432.0000.64030 Dept 432 Total:

87.08 87.08

Dept: 433 Facility Maintenance P390 Post Falls Gas Mart APPSB Check INV0025932 R251 Ranch & Home Ace Hardware APPSB Check 214101/1 S440 Spokesman- Review APPSB Check INV0025839 W0226 Walter E Nelson Co APPSB Check 208681

Gas / Diesel Fuel Drill Bit Account No. 30749 Paper Products & Cleaning Supplies

001-433.0000.64030 001-433.0000.63730 001-433.0000.62080 001-433.0000.63140 001-433.0000.63150 Dept 433 Total:

237.32 5.49 83.10 152.19 62.06 540.16

Dept: 434 Fleet Maintenance A1395 Advanced Compressor & Hose Inc APPSB Check 52493 52477

S208 Hyd Adapter S342 Hyd

001-434.0000.67050 001-434.0000.67050

11.80 154.76

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Packet: Vendor Set: Vendor Number Bank Code A0001 APPSB C1170 APPSB F00110 APPSB F020 APPSB F110 APPSB F145 APPSB K080 APPSB L001 APPSB M1299 APPSB N001 APPSB

APPKT01607 - Check Run 03.21.12 01 - Vendor Set 01 Vendor Name Payment Type Alsco Check

Check Date: 3/21/2012

Invoice # LSPO1082805 LSPO1110083

Invoice Description Shop Shop Laundry S607 Sign Trailer Metal Plate S213 Coil Shop - Fasteners S343 Fasteners S211 Metal Strap S235 Tow Strap T103 Door Handle S213 Inspection & Repair Web Subscription Shop T103 Oil Cooler Lines S215 Gray Sealant Shop T103 Door Hinge Pins S213 Cleaner T103 Seal Truck Oil Welding Gas S512 Paver Parts S232 Nails Bolts Nuts S217 Air Filter S215 Tank Rollers S215 PVC Pipe S232 UBolt S215 Nipple S344 Repair S207 Repair S207 Materials

Account Number 001-434.0000.63160 001-434.0000.63160 001-434.0000.63540 001-434.0000.67050 001-434.0000.67050 001-434.0000.67050 001-434.0000.67050 001-434.0000.63007 001-434.0000.67050 001-434.0000.67050 001-434.0000.67050 001-434.0000.63007 001-434.0000.63007 001-434.0000.63007 001-434.0000.67050 001-434.0000.67050 001-434.0000.67050 001-434.0000.67050 001-434.0000.67050 001-434.0000.67230 001-434.0000.63540 001-434.0000.67050 001-434.0000.63007 001-434.0000.67050 001-434.0000.67050 001-434.0000.67050 001-434.0000.67050 001-434.0000.67050 001-434.0000.67050 001-434.0000.67050 001-434.0000.67050 001-434.0000.67050 Dept 434 Total:

Distribution Amount 60.04 60.04 61.51 358.47 4.19 30.46 20.00 25.00 80.22 60.66 76.99 59.90 47.98 11.38 36.93 16.97 34.76 9.59 20.39 473.38 301.27 1,999.17 1.48 13.99 7.28 4.40 4.98 1.79 481.04 481.04 440.22 7.00 5,459.08

O050 APPSB P1001 APPSB R251 APPSB

VEN02288 APPSB

W095 APPSB

CDA Metals Check 427720 Fabrication & Truck Equip, Inc Check 91607 Fastenal Company Check IDPO128066 IDPO128064 Forest Steel, Inc. Check 286138 Freedom Truck Centers Inc. Check PC001099126:01 Knudtsen Chevrolet and GMAC Check 229506 Lake City Ford Check 20220 Mitchell1 Check IB14250004 Napa Auto Parts Check 448017 448018 447581 446762 446763 446767 446798 448016 447315 Oxarc Inc. Check CDT1014 Pape Material Handling Check 8088721 Ranch & Home Ace Hardware Check 214092/1 214140/1 214278/1 214270/1 214229/1 214276/1 Superior Fluid Power Inc Check 10477 10476 10475 Welding Fabrication Services Check 7112

Dept: 441 Urban Forestry P390 Post Falls Gas Mart APPSB Check

INV0025932

Gas / Diesel Fuel

001-441.0000.64030 Dept 441 Total:

139.29 139.29

Dept: 442 Cemetery C210 City of Post Falls APPSB Check C220 Coleman Oil Co APPSB Check G1000 Granit Bronz APPSB Check

INV0025665 CL36690 14-41809

City Utilities Gas / Diesel Fuel NS-188 Vet Niche Marker

001-442.0000.65004 001-442.0000.64030 001-442.0000.63760

41.61 90.29 166.00

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Packet: Vendor Set: Vendor Number Bank Code N001 APPSB R251 APPSB S440 APPSB T1310 APPSB W230 APPSB

APPKT01607 - Check Run 03.21.12 01 - Vendor Set 01 Vendor Name Payment Type Invoice # Napa Auto Parts Check 447271 Ranch & Home Ace Hardware Check 214242/1 214255/1 Spokesman- Review Check INV0025839 Tresko Monument Company Check 33262 Wilbert Precast Inc. Check 99808

Check Date: 3/21/2012

Invoice Description HeadLamp Liquid Hand Soap Velcro Tape Account No. 30749 Silver Grey - Eugene 30 Gravebox

Account Number 001-442.0000.67050 001-442.0000.63150 001-442.0000.68160 001-442.0000.62000 001-442.0000.63760 001-442.0000.63420 Dept 442 Total:

Distribution Amount 12.42 11.49 19.99 122.70 289.00 2,200.00 2,953.50

Dept: 443 Parks A00001 A 1 Electric APPSB Check

1754 1760 1755

Trailhead Light Repair S Park - Outside Shop Lights Outside Shop Light Repair Sand Paper Saw Blades City Utilities Jig Saw Repair Gas / Diesel Fuel Shop Light Keys Keys and Deadbolt Park Portable Potties Leaf Rake Aluminum Handles Construction Safety Signs Arborist Membership - D Frank Work Management Application Refund Security Deposit Lens Replacement Shop Towels Transmission Fluid Battery Box Small Mower Repairs Dumpsters Monthly Maintenance Billing Gas / Diesel Fuel Mower Replacement Parts

001-443.0000.62180 001-443.0000.62180 001-443.0000.67050 001-443.0000.67030 001-443.0000.66190 001-443.0000.65004 001-443.0000.67050 001-443.0000.64030 001-443.0000.67030 001-443.0000.67030 001-443.0000.67030 001-443.0000.65050 001-443.0000.67090 001-443.0000.63260 001-443.0000.64020 001-443.0000.62180 001-443.1654.33327 001-443.0000.67030 001-443.0000.63150 001-443.0000.64030 001-443.0000.66190 001-443.0000.66190 001-443.0000.65050 001-443.0000.66061 001-443.0000.64030 001-443.0000.66190 001-443.0000.66190

419.70 253.00 105.00 20.00 14.68 48.87 38.95 331.05 213.45 13.50 40.95 750.00 48.12 62.96 190.00 700.00 75.00 53.00 2.69 9.96 9.93 33.80 146.00 10.25 585.67 19.24 30.44

VEN03228 APPSB B030 APPSB C210 APPSB C280 APPSB C220 APPSB C3090 APPSB C410 APPSB E0160 APPSB H1957 APPSB VEN01373 APPSB I318 APPSB VEN01329 APPSB VEN03245 APPSB M183 APPSB N001 APPSB

C115 APPSB I2081 APPSB P390 APPSB R060 APPSB

Auto Paint Plus Check 13237 Badger Building Center Check 222313/2 City of Post Falls Check INV0025665 Coeur d'Alene Power Tool Check 332023 Coleman Oil Co Check CL36690 Columbia Electric Supply Check 1120-516012 Country Lock & Key, Inc. Check 74512 74633 Econo John Check 8535 Horizon Check 2S016439 Intermountain Sign & Safety Check 1282 ISA Membership Check INV0025770 iWorQ Systems Check 4285 Michael Livingston Check INV0025838 Morning Star Light & Energy Check 12537 Napa Auto Parts Check 448174 447353 447387 446278 Northwest Waste & Recycling LLC Check 22X00138 Oce Check 190139 Post Falls Gas Mart Check INV0025932 Ragan Equipment Co. Check 63148 63161

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Packet: Vendor Set: Vendor Number Bank Code APPSB

APPKT01607 - Check Run 03.21.12 01 - Vendor Set 01 Vendor Name Payment Type Check

Check Date: 3/21/2012

R251 APPSB

S140 APPSB S431 APPSB S450 APPSB Z026 APPSB

Invoice # 63139 63138 63011 Ranch & Home Ace Hardware Check 214254/1 214492/1 71459/1 214218/1 214254/1 214392/1 211220 214083/1 214085/1 214320/1 214063/1 214352/1 Sherwin Williams Check 8224-6 Spokane Rock Products Check 108257 Sports Cellar Inc. Check 58593 Ziegler Lumber Co #017 Check 1017790859 1017790895 1017790877

Invoice Description Spark Plug Mower Replacement Parts Mower Blades Air Freshener / Hardware Weed Eater Cable Cable Rope Clips Air Freshener / Hardware Cable Ties Shop Vac Hose Hedge Shear Ext Handle Shear Hedge Socket Adaptors Poly Leaf Rake Rope For Nets Clear Base Kiwanis Beach Baseball Supplies Safety / Snow Fence Return Coupling Plumbing Supplies

Account Number 001-443.0000.66190 001-443.0000.66190 001-443.0000.66190 001-443.0000.63150 001-443.0000.66190 001-443.0000.66190 001-443.0000.67030 001-443.0000.67030 001-443.0000.67030 001-443.0000.67030 001-443.0000.67090 001-443.0000.67090 001-443.0000.67090 001-443.0000.67090 001-443.0000.80100 001-443.0000.68160 001-443.0000.68170 001-443.0000.80100 001-443.0000.67030 001-443.0000.68250 001-443.0000.68250 Dept 443 Total:

Distribution Amount 5.00 220.60 874.71 3.79 24.99 24.99 8.98 9.56 12.99 -22.99 32.99 6.99 24.75 59.94 16.98 65.32 225.75 1,137.20 149.75 -23.76 23.76 7,108.50

Dept: 444 Parks - Construction B030 Badger Building Center APPSB Check K22317/2 222312/2 VEN03128 Kootenai County Building Dept APPSB Check INV0025836 R251 Ranch & Home Ace Hardware APPSB Check 213953/1 R1691 River City Paint & Decorating APPSB Check 15989

Caulk Wafer Permit No. RES12-0055 Trap & Union Hastings - Paint & Supplies

001-444.1665.93180 001-444.1665.93180 001-444.1665.93180 001-444.1665.93180 001-444.1665.93180 Dept 444 Total:

9.97 67.74 379.83 9.99 122.52 590.05

Dept: 445 Recreation VEN01020 Cindy Jacobs APPSB Check C210 City of Post Falls APPSB Check VEN03237 Clay Johnson APPSB Check C291 Coeur d' Alene Press APPSB Check VEN02510 APPSB C410 APPSB K130 APPSB VEN01438 APPSB W2568 APPSB P390

INV0025827 INV0025665 INV0025754

Yoga & Women's Aikido Contract City Utilities Gym Rental - Practice Cancelled

001-445.0000.62040 001-445.0000.65004 001-445.1615.33345 001-445.0000.62000 001-445.0000.62000 001-445.0000.63080 001-445.0000.67030 001-445.0000.63210 001-445.0000.62040 001-445.0000.62040

154.70 67.59 22.50 89.06 51.06 97.50 7.00 43.70 871.50 39.90

1156575 Soccer Officials Ad 1158729 Coeur d' Alene School District 271 Maintenance Dept Check INV0025633 Facility Use For Tennis Tournament Country Lock & Key, Inc. Check 75351 Keys Kootenai County Reprographics Check 2012-00000070 School Checkout List Northwest Martial Arts Check INV0025828 Martial Arts Contract Peak Health/Wellness Check INV0025779 Exercies Classes - Feb 2012 Post Falls Gas Mart

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Packet: Vendor Set: Vendor Number Bank Code APPSB S054 APPSB S440 APPSB VEN03232 APPSB S400 APPSB VEN03240 APPSB T13205 APPSB

APPKT01607 - Check Run 03.21.12 01 - Vendor Set 01 Vendor Name Payment Type Invoice # Check INV0025932 Schmidt, Sheila Check INV0025656 Spokesman- Review Check INV0025839 Stacy Arellano Check INV0025654 Super 1 Foods Check INV0025909 Tesha Chavez Check INV0025789 Triple Play Family Fun Park Check INV0025819

Check Date: 3/21/2012

Invoice Description Gas / Diesel Fuel Gymnastics Classes Account No. 30749 Knee Injury Chili and Cornbread Soccer Times Conflict W/Schedule Jan & Feb Waterpark Passes

Account Number 001-445.0000.64030 001-445.1617.33339 001-445.0000.62000 001-445.1630.33389 001-445.0000.63080 001-445.1623.33373 001-445.0000.63080 Dept 445 Total:

Distribution Amount 93.12 148.00 86.70 30.00 15.68 21.60 314.50 2,154.11

Dept: 450 Economic & Comm. Dev. Rev VEN03231 Sturm Heating & Air Conditioning APPSB Check INV0025652

Permit No. M120107

001-450.1756.38501 Dept 450 Total:

39.75 39.75

Dept: 451 Planning & Zoning A371 APA-Inland Empire Section APPSB Check INV0025767 C105 Coeur d'Alene Area Chamber of APPSB Check 26773 I283 Inland Northwest Partners APPSB Check INV0025835

Anderson & Setters Conference Training Mar 28th, 2012 Registration

001-451.0000.62000 001-451.0000.64010 001-451.0000.64010 Dept 451 Total:

470.00 20.00 40.00 530.00

Dept: 452 Building Inspector C220 Coleman Oil Co APPSB Check

CL36690

Gas / Diesel Fuel

001-452.0000.64030 Dept 452 Total:

80.43 80.43

Dept: 453 Engineering C220 Coleman Oil Co APPSB Check P390 Post Falls Gas Mart APPSB Check X105 Xerox Corporation APPSB Check

CL36690 INV0025932 060362307

Gas / Diesel Fuel Gas / Diesel Fuel Computer Drafting

001-453.0000.64030 001-453.0000.64030 001-453.0000.63610 Dept 453 Total:

39.64 36.55 35.00 111.19

Dept: 481 Capital Improvements/Contracts C210 City of Post Falls APPSB Check INV0025665

City Utilities

001-481.0000.68390 Dept 481 Total: Fund 001 Total:

69.07 69.07 64,878.05

Fund: 003 - PERSONNEL BENEFIT POOL Dept: 482 Personnel Pool C400 Costco Wholesale APPSB Check INV0025732 INV0025733 S7509 Swain, Jason APPSB Check INV0025639 Y0180 Yoga By Cindy APPSB Check 234

12 oz Bowl Cookies / Muffins / Beverages HPO Contract Yoga Classes

003-482.0000.73020 003-482.0000.73020 003-482.0000.62040 003-482.4000.73000 Balance Sheet Accounts Total:

7.89 200.52 2,700.00 360.00 3,268.41

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Fund 003 Total: Packet: Vendor Set: APPKT01607 - Check Run 03.21.12 01 - Vendor Set 01

3,268.41

Check Date: 3/21/2012

Vendor Number Vendor Name Bank Code Payment Type Invoice # Fund: 007 - DRUG SEIZURE PROGRAM Balance Sheet Accounts VEN03179 Prosecuting Attorney Civil Forfeiture Trust APPSB Check INV0025817

Invoice Description

Account Number

Distribution Amount

Incident No. 12PF02614

007-12020 Balance Sheet Accounts Total:

143.00 143.00

Dept: 425 Drug Seizure Program A600 Awards Etc. APPSB Check C3814 Co-op Supply. INC. APPSB Check

21651 195276 196285

L & L Trophies K9 Dog Food K-9 Dog Food

007-425.0000.63080 007-425.0000.67120 007-425.0000.67120 Dept 425 Total: Fund 007 Total:

24.00 39.99 39.99 103.98 246.98

Fund: 038 - PARKS IMPACT FEES Dept: 443 Parks A00001 A 1 Electric APPSB Check 1761 VEN01388 Montana School Equipment Co APPSB Check 16842

Monthly Rental of Temp Service Playground Hardware

038-443.0000.94160 038-443.0000.94160 Dept 443 Total: Fund 038 Total:

50.00 40.84 90.84 90.84

Fund: 039 - STREETS CAPITAL PROJECTS Dept: 492 Streets Capital Projects J105 J-U-B Engineers, Inc. APPSB Check 0074472 W090 Welch Comer & Associates, Inc. APPSB Check 2011612

Hwy 41 Trail - U.R.A. Underground Force Grant

039-492.1808.95500 039-492.1307.95500 Dept 492 Total: Fund 039 Total:

1,200.00 2,508.75 3,708.75 3,708.75

Fund: 650 - WASTEWATER OPERATING Dept: 463 Wastewater Operating A1395 Advanced Compressor & Hose Inc APPSB Check 52528 52492 A424 Anatek Labs, Inc. APPSB Check 120113003 VEN03129 Barr Tech LLC APPSB Check 1294 C210 City of Post Falls APPSB Check INV0025665 C220 Coleman Oil Co APPSB Check CL36690 C3090 Columbia Electric Supply APPSB Check 1120-516181 C410 Country Lock & Key, Inc. APPSB Check 75510 H030 Hach Company APPSB Check 7634280 VEN03026 Hubbard Gray Consulting, Inc. APPSB Check CPP12-03 J105 J-U-B Engineers, Inc. APPSB Check 74682

Hydrant Adapters Hose - Vapex Plant Samples BioSolid Disposal City Utilities Gas / Diesel Fuel Conduit Supplies Strike Plate Repair Lab Supplies Facilitation Services TMDL Support

650-463.0000.68025 650-463.0000.68025 650-463.0000.63871 650-463.0000.62150 650-463.0000.65004 650-463.0000.65005 650-463.0000.68021 650-463.0000.68025 650-463.0000.63400 650-463.0000.62040 650-463.0000.62040

90.24 43.21 1,225.00 34,463.00 32.54 963.43 101.59 53.00 44.75 1,286.28 1,585.62

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Packet: Vendor Set: Vendor Number Bank Code APPSB L109 APPSB V040 APPSB B1700 APPSB P390 APPSB R251 APPSB S410 APPSB VEN01248 APPSB U145 APPSB W095 APPSB

APPKT01607 - Check Run 03.21.12 01 - Vendor Set 01 Vendor Name Payment Type Check Lowe's Credit Services Check Office Depot Check

Check Date: 3/21/2012

Invoice # 74679 INV0025735 600041733001 600041618001

Invoice Description Permit Assistance Door Seal Storage Boxes and USB Printer Cartridge Printer Cartridges Gas / Diesel Fuel Brass Rod Drill Bits & Joint Tape CL2 Inspection Relays Lab Stds Book Gate Repair

Account Number 650-463.0000.62040 650-463.0000.68010 650-463.0000.63060 650-463.0000.63060 650-463.0000.63060 650-463.0000.65005 650-463.0000.63330 650-463.0000.68025 650-463.0000.68025 650-463.0000.68021 650-463.0000.63400 650-463.0000.68010 Dept 463 Total: Fund 650 Total:

Distribution Amount 1,789.85 65.40 9.47 27.80 82.18 17.84 9.49 11.47 880.16 164.50 263.35 176.70 43,386.87 43,386.87

OfficeMax Check 762974 Post Falls Gas Mart Check INV0025932 Ranch & Home Ace Hardware Check 214216/1 214043/1 Spokane Instruments, Inc. Check 7948 United Crown Pump & Drilling Check 26581 USABlue Book Check 611469 Welding Fabrication Services Check 7116

Fund: 651 - WASTEWATER CAPITAL - WWTP Dept: 463 Wastewater Operating J105 J-U-B Engineers, Inc. APPSB Check 74680 74683

O & M / SCADA Review Facility Plan

651-463.3101.95520 651-463.3209.95500 Dept 463 Total: Fund 651 Total:

12,408.72 10,000.00 22,408.72 22,408.72

Fund: 653 - WASTEWATER STORM WATER Dept: 464 Wastewater Storm Water A133 Adams Tractor Company, Inc. APPSB Check 5212 C210 City of Post Falls APPSB Check INV0025665 C220 Coleman Oil Co APPSB Check CL36690 P390 Post Falls Gas Mart APPSB Check INV0025932 R251 Ranch & Home Ace Hardware APPSB Check 214182/1

Bearings City Utilities Gas / Diesel Fuel Gas / Diesel Fuel Battery & Snap Ring

653-464.0000.68380 653-464.0000.65081 653-464.0000.64030 653-464.0000.64030 653-464.0000.68380 Dept 464 Total: Fund 653 Total:

26.72 512.55 183.37 14.28 4.98 741.90 741.90

Fund: 700 - SANITATION Dept: 461 Sanitation C115 Northwest Waste & Recycling LLC APPSB Check INV0025823

Monthly Sanitation Contract

700-461.0000.62042 Dept 461 Total: Fund 700 Total:

133,506.46 133,506.46 133,506.46

Fund: 750 - WATER OPERATING Balance Sheet Accounts VEN03222 BANK CDA

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Packet: Vendor Set: Vendor Number Bank Code APPSB VEN03223 APPSB VEN03178 APPSB VEN03210 APPSB VEN03225 APPSB VEN03227 APPSB VEN03219 APPSB VEN03220 APPSB VEN03218 APPSB VEN03217 APPSB VEN03209 APPSB VEN03221 APPSB VEN03216 APPSB VEN03224 APPSB VEN03226 APPSB

APPKT01607 - Check Run 03.21.12 01 - Vendor Set 01 Vendor Name Payment Type Invoice # Check INV0025592 CENTURY 21 RIVERSTONE Check INV0025594 Collection Bureau Inc Check INV0025627 DEJERSEY, JEFFREY Check INV0025443 GORILLA CAPITAL INC Check INV0025598 HAYDEN HOMES Check INV0025602 HAYDEN HOMES Check INV0025586 JABO LLP Check INV0025588 MURPHY, SCOTT Check INV0025584 NORTH IDAHO COMMUNITY SVCS Check INV0025582 RIVER CITY BODY SHOP Check INV0025441 SINCLAIR, J.T. Check INV0025590 STONE, JASON Check INV0025580 SYLTE, TROY Check INV0025596 TURPIN, SCOTT Check INV0025600

Check Date: 3/21/2012

Invoice Description BANK CDA CENTURY 21 RIVERSTONE Account No. 580440 DEJERSEY, JEFFREY GORILLA CAPITAL INC HAYDEN HOMES HAYDEN HOMES HICKE, VICTOR MURPHY, SCOTT NORTH IDAHO COMMUNITY SVCS RIVER CITY BODY SHOP SINCLAIR, J.T. STONE, JASON SYLTE, TROY TURPIN, SCOTT

Account Number 750-17000 750-17000 750-17340 750-17000 750-17000 750-17000 750-17000 750-17000 750-17000 750-17000 750-17000 750-17000 750-17000 750-17000 750-17000 Balance Sheet Accounts Total:

Distribution Amount 70.49 51.61 16.65 127.31 51.61 10.04 25.71 78.36 73.07 87.29 77.64 97.40 79.16 66.40 6.17 918.91

Dept: 462 Water Operating A090 Accurate Testing Labs LLC APPSB Check 66021 C210 City of Post Falls APPSB Check INV0025665 C220 Coleman Oil Co APPSB Check CL36690 I129 Idaho Rural Water Assoc. APPSB Check 809 J105 J-U-B Engineers, Inc. APPSB Check 74681 V040 Office Depot APPSB Check 600041733001 B1700 OfficeMax APPSB Check 762974 P390 Post Falls Gas Mart APPSB Check INV0025932 R251 Ranch & Home Ace Hardware APPSB Check 214250/1 R2175 Ross Point Water APPSB Check INV0025651

Monthly Samples City Utilities Gas / Diesel Fuel Training Well 2A Design Storage Boxes and USB Printer Cartridges Gas / Diesel Fuel Handle February Turn Offs

750-462.0000.68360 750-462.0000.65004 750-462.0000.64030 750-462.0000.64020 750-462.3204.95555 750-462.0000.63060 750-462.0000.63060 750-462.0000.64030 750-462.0000.63280 750-462.3317.33610 Dept 462 Total: Fund 750 Total:

300.00 32.54 1,082.01 90.00 4,584.03 27.38 28.86 3.57 11.99 70.00 6,230.38 7,149.29

Fund: 753 - WATER CAPITAL Dept: 462 Water Operating J105 J-U-B Engineers, Inc. APPSB Check

74681

Well 2A Design

753-462.3204.95560

2,257.81

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Dept 462 Total: Fund 753 Total: Report Total:

2,257.81 2,257.81 281,644.08

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Check Approval (Post Falls)
City of Post Falls

Fund Summary

Fund

Account

Amount

001 - GENERAL FUND 001-15010 001-22080 001-411.0000.63060 001-411.0000.63870 001-411.0000.64010 001-412.0000.63070 001-412.0000.66030 001-412.0000.80010 001-413.0000.62060 001-413.0000.63060 001-414.0000.64010 001-415.0000.62000 001-415.0000.66080 001-417.0000.62133 001-418.4000.72070 001-421.0000.62000 001-421.0000.62060 001-421.0000.63060 001-421.0000.63130 001-421.0000.63590 001-421.0000.63920 001-421.0000.64010 001-421.0000.64020 001-421.0000.64030 001-421.0000.65004 001-421.0000.66041 001-421.0000.66042 001-421.0000.66043 001-421.0000.66050 001-421.0000.67020 001-421.0000.67100 001-421.0000.67170 001-421.0000.67190 001-421.0000.68010 001-421.4000.72000 001-421.4000.72010 001-421.4000.72020 001-423.0000.63730 001-423.1137.62380 001-423.1137.65115 001-424.0000.63010 001-424.0000.64030 001-427.0000.62040 001-427.0000.63151 001-427.0000.64030 001-427.0000.65004 001-431.0000.63260 001-431.0000.64010 001-431.0000.64020 001-431.0000.64030 001-431.0000.65004 001-431.0000.67070 001-431.0000.68010 001-431.0000.68140 001-431.0000.68150 001-431.4000.72000

40.21 528.75 11.43 10,975.00 40.00 90.60 90.67 3,186.54 69.97 10.00 80.00 28.79 60.05 143.00 275.00 133.00 195.00 89.07 7.29 140.00 3,218.91 11.96 60.00 7,791.24 79.21 901.16 549.52 385.00 97.91 24.00 1,138.59 190.94 429.70 304.50 2,090.64 100.00 53.00 50.00 800.00 850.00 120.95 204.00 60.00 121.40 291.89 32.54 129.00 600.00 40.00 6,364.57 132.20 55.99 24.49 797.69 675.00 45.47

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001-432.0000.64030 001-433.0000.62080 001-433.0000.63140 001-433.0000.63150 001-433.0000.63730 001-433.0000.64030 001-434.0000.63007 001-434.0000.63160 001-434.0000.63540 001-434.0000.67050 001-434.0000.67230 001-441.0000.64030 001-442.0000.62000 001-442.0000.63150 001-442.0000.63420 001-442.0000.63760 001-442.0000.64030 001-442.0000.65004 001-442.0000.67050 001-442.0000.68160 001-443.0000.62180 001-443.0000.63150 001-443.0000.63260 001-443.0000.64020 001-443.0000.64030 001-443.0000.65004 001-443.0000.65050 001-443.0000.66061 001-443.0000.66190 001-443.0000.67030 001-443.0000.67050 001-443.0000.67090 001-443.0000.68160 001-443.0000.68170 001-443.0000.68250 001-443.0000.80100 001-443.1654.33327 001-444.1665.93180 001-445.0000.62000 001-445.0000.62040 001-445.0000.63080 001-445.0000.63210 001-445.0000.64030 001-445.0000.65004 001-445.0000.67030 001-445.1615.33345 001-445.1617.33339 001-445.1623.33373 001-445.1630.33389 001-450.1756.38501 001-451.0000.62000 001-451.0000.64010 001-452.0000.64030 001-453.0000.63610 001-453.0000.64030 001-481.0000.68390 Fund 001 Total: 003 - PERSONNEL BENEFIT POOL 003-482.0000.62040 003-482.0000.73020 003-482.4000.73000 Fund 003 Total: 007 - DRUG SEIZURE PROGRAM 007-12020 007-425.0000.63080 007-425.0000.67120

87.08 83.10 152.19 62.06 5.49 237.32 145.74 120.08 362.78 4,357.10 473.38 139.29 122.70 11.49 2,200.00 455.00 90.29 41.61 12.42 19.99 1,372.70 6.48 62.96 190.00 926.68 48.87 896.00 10.25 1,258.38 499.19 143.95 172.79 65.32 225.75 0.00 1,154.18 75.00 590.05 226.82 1,066.10 427.68 43.70 93.12 67.59 7.00 22.50 148.00 21.60 30.00 39.75 470.00 60.00 80.43 35.00 76.19 69.07 64,878.05 2,700.00 208.41 360.00 3,268.41 143.00 24.00 79.98

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Fund 007 Total: 038 - PARKS IMPACT FEES 038-443.0000.94160 Fund 038 Total: 039 - STREETS CAPITAL PROJECTS 039-492.1307.95500 039-492.1808.95500 Fund 039 Total: 650 - WASTEWATER OPERATING 650-463.0000.62040 650-463.0000.62150 650-463.0000.63060 650-463.0000.63330 650-463.0000.63400 650-463.0000.63871 650-463.0000.65004 650-463.0000.65005 650-463.0000.68010 650-463.0000.68021 650-463.0000.68025 Fund 650 Total: 651 - WASTEWATER CAPITAL - WWTP 651-463.3101.95520 651-463.3209.95500 Fund 651 Total: 653 - WASTEWATER STORM WATER 653-464.0000.64030 653-464.0000.65081 653-464.0000.68380 Fund 653 Total: 700 - SANITATION 700-461.0000.62042 Fund 700 Total: 750 - WATER OPERATING 750-17000 750-17340 750-462.0000.63060 750-462.0000.63280 750-462.0000.64020 750-462.0000.64030 750-462.0000.65004 750-462.0000.68360 750-462.3204.95555 750-462.3317.33610 Fund 750 Total: 753 - WATER CAPITAL 753-462.3204.95560 Fund 753 Total: Report Total:

246.98 90.84 90.84 2,508.75 1,200.00 3,708.75 4,661.75 34,463.00 119.45 9.49 308.10 1,225.00 32.54 981.27 242.10 266.09 1,078.08 43,386.87 12,408.72 10,000.00 22,408.72 197.65 512.55 31.70 741.90 133,506.46 133,506.46 902.26 16.65 56.24 11.99 90.00 1,085.58 32.54 300.00 4,584.03 70.00 7,149.29 2,257.81 2,257.81 281,644.08

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CITY OF POST FALLS AGENDA REPORT

DATE: TO: FROM:

3/15/12 03/20/12 HONORABLE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL Michael Kirby

SUBJECT: Change City Hall phone & Internet service to Time Warner

RECOMMENDED ACTION: Recommend changing City Hall phone and Internet service from TW Telecom to Time Warner ISSUE: Our contract with TW Telecom is expiring and now is the time to be able to get more “bang for our buck” by switching to Time Warner. DISCUSSION: We have had TW Telecom phone and Internet service at City Hall now for three years. As we’ve looked at pricing TW Telecom has not been able to match the low costs quoted by Time Warner primarily because they have to pass on the cost of running their services on copper wire owned by Frontier. Time Warner is proposing providing approximately the same phone services we currently have. The big difference comes in the amount of bandwidth they can provide. TW Telecom quoted us $1,693.07 for phone and 10.5 Mbps internet connection. Time Warner is quoting $1,552.13 for phone and 20 Mbps internet connection. An increase such as this was budgeted for in the last budget approval. FISCAL IMPACT: Currently, our before tax and surcharge cost for phone and Internet is $1,346.15. We had planned an increase of approximately $800 to increase our available bandwidth. TW Telecom has quoted us a cost for 10.5Mbps of bandwidth of $1,693.07. If we convert our service to Time Warner, we will have a before tax and surcharge cost of $1,552.17 for 20Mbps of bandwidth. Double the bandwidth quoted by TW Telecom at an increase of only $206.02 per month, much less than the $800 a month increase we anticipated and for which we had budgeted.

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Account Executive: David Parrish Phone: (208) 769-8322 ext: Cell Phone: (208) 620-1095 Fax: (704) 973-6429 Email: david.parrish@twcable.com Customer Information: Business Name Federal Tax 10 Customer Code 0000 City of Post Falls Tax Exempt Status Customer Type: Tax Exempt Certificate #

Billing Address 408 N Spokane St Post Falls ID 83854 Billing Contact Billing Contact Phone

Account Number

Billing Contact Email Address

Authorized Contact Michael Kirbv

Authorized Contact Phone (208) 292-2312

Authorized Contact Email Address michaelk~postfallsidaho.org

Technical Contact

Technical Contact Phone

Technical Contact Email Address

Business Class Phone Service Order Information 408 N Spokane St Post Falls 10 83854 Current LEC LEC BTN Customer Requested Due Date Porting Required

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PRI Trunk Service Order Information For 408 N Spokane St Post Falls 1083854 Customer Requested Due Date E-911 Location 1 E-911 Location 2 E-911 Location 3

Current LEC

Current IXC

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Charge At 408 N Spokane St , Post Falls 10 83854 Monthly Recurrina Total $1,077.14 $460.00 $15.00 $1,552.14

Description Dedicated Internet Access Business Class PRI - 3 Year DID Block 100 Numbers *Total *Prices do not include taxes and fees.

Quantitv 1 1 1

Sales Price $1,077.14 $460.00 $15.00

Contract Term 36 Months 36 Months 36 Months

One Time Charge At 408 N Spokane St , Post Falls 1083854 Description Dedicated Internet Access Total *Prices do not include taxes and fees. Quantity Sales Price 1 Total $0.00

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CITY OF POST FALLS AGENDA REPORT

DATE: TO: FROM:

3/15/12 03/20/12 HONORABLE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL Michael Kirby

SUBJECT: Change Water phone & Internet service to Time Warner

RECOMMENDED ACTION: Recommend changing Water/Streets Dept phone from TW Telecom to Time Warner ISSUE: Our contract with TW Telecom is expiring and I am recommending we switch to Time Warner for phone service at the Water Department. DISCUSSION: We have had TW Telecom phone service at the Water/WWTP and Street departments now for three years. We are currently moving the City Hall phone service to Time Warner due to the large savings we will receive. It makes sense to keep the phone service for both locations with the same company. We are currently paying $555 per month before taxes for these lines. Although TW Telecom has quoted us $444.81 and Time Warner has quoted $463.00, I feel the additional $18.19 is justified to have both sites with the same company FISCAL IMPACT: Currently, our before tax and surcharge cost for phone is $555.00. TW Telecom has quoted us a cost of $444.81. If we convert our service to Time Warner, we will have a before tax and surcharge cost of $463.00.

SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS: Time Warner Water proposal.pdf

MEMORANDUM TO: FROM: Mayor & Council Shelly Enderud/Crystal Dean Finance Department 03/20/12 Budget Amendment #1 – FY 2012

DATE: SUBJECT:

Attached is the breakdown for the following amendments to the FY 2012 Budget: 1. The Park & Recreation Master Plan is being funded by three sources; this will transfer all those sources into the Impact Fee account where the invoices are paid. 2. The Parks department used Park Trust fund dollars for the Anselmo House improvements. 3. The Web Q&A required additional maintenance funding during the year (above the budgeted amount). 4. The STOP Grant from FY 11 was allocated to FY 12. 5. The JAG Grant from FY 11 was allocated to FY 12. 6. The City was awarded a new VAWA STOP Grant for FY 12 – it covers the Deputy Prosecutor position and the Oasis program. 7. This VAWA Grant from FY 11 was allocated to FY 12. 8. This VAWA Grant from FY 11 was allocated to FY 12. 9. This is for the balance of engineering work that was completed on the Highway 41 Trail in FY 12. 10. The Ground Force/Community Development Block Grant was allocated over FY 11 & FY 12. 11. The 911 fund ended FY 11 with a fund balance and this will reallocate those funds for use in FY 12. 12. The General fund ended FY 11 with a fund balance and this will reallocate those funds for use in FY 12. 13. This entry is required to move the facility replacement dollars to the capital facilities fund. 14. This allocates the Oasis donations for expenditure. 15. This allocates unused grant funds from FY 11. 16. This allocates the Oasis donations for expenditure. 17. Four grants were received this year by the City and this allocates those grants to the PD for expenditure.

18. The City received an Office of Highway Safety grant for FY 12 and this allocates that grant to the PD for expenditure. 19. The City received a DUI grant for FY 12 and this allocates that grant to the PD for expenditure. 20. The City received a JAG grant for FY 12 and this allocates that grant to the PD for expenditure. 21. This allocates the donations for the Holidays for Heroes program for expenditure. I would recommend the Council move to approve the items as listed above for the FY 2012 budget and request a budget amendment ordinance be brought to the next meeting for final approval. If you have any questions, please let me know. Thank you. Note: The above additions to the City budget do not alter the City’s property tax levy for FY 12.

CITY OF POST FALLS AMENDING THE BUDGET AND APPROPRIATION ORDINANCE Notice is hereby given that the City Council of Post Falls will hold a public hearing for consideration of an amendment to the 2011-2012 fiscal year budget by appropriating additional monies received by the City of Post Falls, said hearing to be held at City Hall at 6:00 p.m. on the 20th day of March, 2012. PROPOSED EXPENDITURES Proposed FY 11-12 GENERAL FUND: ADMINISTRATION LEGAL SERVICES PUBLIC SAFETY PUBLIC WORKS PARKS & RECREATION OTHER/CONTINGENCY/CAP IMPROV SUBTOTAL-GF DEPT EXPEND ANNEXATION FEE ACCOUNT SUBTOTAL-DED GF ACCOUNTS TOTAL GENERAL FUND SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS: 911 SUPPORT TOTAL SPECIAL REV FUND EXPEND CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDS: FACILITY RESERVE ACCOUNT PARKS IMPACT FEES STREET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS TOTAL CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND EXP. TOTAL ALL FUND EXPENDITURES PROPOSED REVENUES/FUNDING RESOURCES GENERAL FUND: OTHER REVENUE GRANT FUNDS FUND BALANCE REBUDGETED GENERAL FUND DEDICATED ACCOUNTS: FUND BALANCE REBUDGETED TOTAL GENERAL FUND RESOURCES SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS: FUND BALANCE REBUDGETED TOTAL SPEC. REV. FUND RESOURCES CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDS: OTHER REVENUE OTHER FINANCING SOURCES TOTAL CAPITAL PROJECTS RESOURCES TOTAL ALL ESTIMATED RESOURCES $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 15,550 649,636 933,393 23,800 1,622,380 81,650 81,650 23,700 203,412 227,112 1,931,142

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

1,230 41,055 290,188 600,000 21,900 207,713 1,162,086.00 23,800.00 23,800 1,185,886 81,650 81,650 167,712 35,700 460,194 663,606 1,931,142

Expenditure of the monies will be in accordance with the provisions by the Funding source and will not affect property taxes. Dated March 6, 2012 City Treasurer

Publish March 10, 2012 and March 17, 2012

FY 12 CITY OF POST FALLS PROPOSED BUDGET AMENDMENT #1

DESCRIPTION 1 Park & Rec Master Plan P & R Trust (10%) Annexation Fund (20%)

ACCT # 038-443.1920.69900 001-497.1903.69038 017-497.1903.69038

AMOUNT $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

DESCRIPTION

ACCT # 038-443.1903.37001 038-443.1903.37017 001-410.1920.37201 017-410.1920.37200

AMOUNT $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 11,900.00 23,800.00 11,900.00 23,800.00 71,400.00 10,000.00 1,230.00 3,300.00 3,356.75 95,296.50 25,659.00 120,955.50

35,700.00 P & R Trust (10%) Annexation Fund (20%) 11,900.00 P & R Trust (10%) 23,800.00 Annexation Fund (20%) 71,400.00 10,000.00 P & R Trust 1,230.00 Fund Balance FY 11 3,300.00 STOP Grant 3,356.75 JAG Grant 84,552.75 VAWA STOP Grant 25,659.00 VAWA STOP Grant 8,568.75 1,800.00 375.00 120,955.50 10,571.41 VAWA Grant 8,739.34 Conference Registrations 8,027.31 VAWA Grant 2,600.00 375.00 30,313.06

2 Anselmo House 3 WEB Q&A 4 STOP Grant 5 JAG Grant 6 Oasis Personnel Prosecutor - Deputy Operating Travel/Development Equipment

001-444.1665.93180 001-413.0000.63570 001-424.4155.71000 001-424.4155.71000 001-423-4155.71000 001-424.4155.71000 001-423.1141.68400 001-423.1141.64020 001-423.1141.67020

001-410.1920.37201 001-410.1920.37201 001-424.1129.34510 001-424.1136.34205 001-423.1141.34211 001-424.1141.34211

7 Oasis Personnel Prosecutor - Deputy Operating Travel/Development Equipment

001-423-4155.71000 001-424.4155.71000 001-423.1135.68400 001-423.1135.64020 001-423.1135.67020

001-423.1135.34211 001-410.1920.37201 001-424.1135.34211

$ $ $ $

17,433.72 4,140.00 8,739.34 30,313.06

8 Oasis Personnel Shelter/Supplies Training Two Days in June Training, Lodging, meals, etc Rent Printing Contracts PSA

001-423-4155.71000 001-423.1137.63003 001-423.1137.64150 001-423.1137.64020 001-423.1137.65115 001-423.1137.63210 001-423.1137.62380 001-423.1137.62395

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

1,810.05 VAWA Grant 300.00 937.50 269.59 5,592.24 (704.61) 9,000.00 2,901.00 20,105.77 23,700.00 URA - Hwy 41

001-423.1135.34211

$

20,105.77

9 URA - Hwy 41

039-492.1808.95500

039-492.1808.31900

$

23,700.00

10 CDBG - Design, Eng CDBG - Construction

039-492.1307.95500 039-492.1307.95520

$ $ $

67,432.00 369,062.00 436,494.00

039-492.1307.34115

$

436,494.00

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FY 12 CITY OF POST FALLS PROPOSED BUDGET AMENDMENT #1
11 911 Fund - Wireless Enhancements 12 Police Department Carpet Replacement 008-426.0000.91100 001-421.0000.68020 001-421.0000.66044 001-421.0000.66041 001-421.0000.66042 001-431.0000.68110 001-481.0000.62040 001-434.0000.90010 001-481.1903.69011 $ 81,650.00 Fund Balance FY 11 008-426.1920.37200 001-410.1920.37201 $ 81,650.00 $897,131.38

Police Department Computer Replacement Police Department Computer Maintenance Police Department Printer Supplies Police Department Wage Attrition Street Sealing and Maintenance Priority Based Budgeting Vehicle Replacement Fund Facility Replacement Fund

$19,419.00 Fund Balance FY 11 $5,000.00 $13,000.00 $2,000.00 $50,000.00 $250,000.00 $40,000.00 $350,000.00 $167,712.38
$897,131.38

13 Facility Replacement 14 Misc Expense - Oasis

011-491.1920.69900 001-423-0000.63730

$167,712.38 Facility Replacement $10,402.66 Oasis Donations Fund Balance FY 11

011-497-1903.37001 001-423-1519.34258 001-410.1920.37201

$

167,712.38 $3,225.80 $7,176.86 10,402.66 3,261.12 2,694.05 $1,815.00 1,815.00 1,815.00 2,268.00 $7,713.00 10,000.00 1,675.00 15,723.00

$ 15 Payroll - Grant Funds OT 16 Misc Expense - Oasis 17 Payroll - Grant Funds OT 001-421.4155.71130 001-423.0000.62381 001-421.4155.71130 $ $ 3,261.12 Fund Balance FY 11 2,694.05 Fund Balance FY 11 $7,713.00 TEM Grants - Impaired TEM Grants - Seatbelt TEM Grants - Aggressive TEM Grants - Spec Event 001-410.1920.37201 001-410.1920.37201 001-421.1114.34224 001-421.1114.34222 001-421.1114.34203 001-421.1114.34244 $ $

$ $ $

18 Train the Trainer 19 Payroll - Grant Funds OT 20 K-9 Purchase Equipment

001-421.1114.64142 001-421.4155.71130 001-421.1139-62040 001-421.1139-80070

$ $ $ $ $ $

10,000.00 ITD - OHS Grant 1,675.00 DUI Mobilization Grant 10,296.00 JAG Grant 2011 5,427.00 15,723.00 12,324.28 Police Donations

001-421.1114.34208 001-421.1106.34224 001-421.1139.34205

$ $ $

21 Holidays & Heroes

001-421.0000.63890

001-421.1525.34220

$

12,324.28

Subtotals

$

1,931,141.95

$

1,931,141.95

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CITY OF POST FALLS AGENDA REPORT CONSENT AGENDA

Reviewed By: DH _TW ATY _ NS CA ___ FIN

DATE: TO: FROM: SUBJECT:

March 20, 2012 HONORABLE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL Terry Werner, Public Services Director Amendment of Section 13.12.080 – Post Falls City Code – “Backflow Prevention Assembly; Requirements:”

Attached for your consideration and approval is the Amendment of Section 13.12.080 of our current ordinance for Backflow Prevention Assembly; Requirements. The purpose of this amendment is to clarify the requirements for back flow assembly testers to report their test results within specific time frame. The reports must be submitted to the city within 10 days for a successful test, and within 24 hours for a failed test to help protect the public water supply. These amendments were reviewed and approved by legal counsel.

ORDINANCE NO. ____ AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF POST FALLS, A MUNICIPAL CORPORATION OF THE STATE OF IDAHO, AMENDING SECTION 13.12.080 OF THE POST FALLS CITY CODE TO MODIFY THE CRITERIA FOR BACKFLOW PREVENTION ASSEMBLY DEVISES AND QUALIFIED TESTERS, AND THE TESTING AND REPORTING REQUIREMENTS; PROVIDING SEVERABILITY; PROVIDING REPEAL OF CONFLICTING ORDINANCES; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. IT IS ORDAINED by the mayor and city council of the city of Post Falls, Kootenai County, Idaho as follows: Section 1. That Section 13.12.080 of the Post Falls City code shall be, and the same is amended as follows: 13.12.080: BACKFLOW PREVENTION ASSEMBLY; REQUIREMENTS: A backflow prevention assembly is required to be installed when the city determines that such an assembly is necessary due to the nature and the extent of the activity on the premises to prevent cross connection, or when required by state of Idaho regulations relating to public water systems. A. All backflow prevention assemblies shall be of a type approved by Idaho department of environmental quality included on the University of Southern California Foundation for Cross-Connection Control and Hydraulic Research “List of Approved Assemblies” and approved by the city of Post Falls. B. Each backflow prevention assembly shall be tested by a certified tester currently licensed by the Idaho Bureau of Occupational Licenses and registered with approved by the city of Post Falls water division. In addition to annual field testing, backflow prevention assemblies shall be field tested upon installation and whenever an assembly is relocated, repaired, or has been taken out of service and returned to service or repairs and after being moved and shall be inspected annually, or more often when successive inspections indicate failure, to ensure that it functions properly. The tester shall attach a tag stating the tester's name and date of satisfactory test to the assembly. C. The assembly owner shall provide to the department of public services a copy of the test results on a form provided by the city. The city may offer testing services for backflow prevention assemblies and charge a fee therefor, such fee to be established by resolution. A licensed backflow assembly tester shall be responsible for performing accurate field tests and making complete reports of such field tests to the consumer/assembly owner and the city of Post Falls water division on a form approved by the city of Post Falls. Should the assembly pass according to the test protocol, the tester shall provide a copy of the backflow assembly test report to the city of Post Falls water division within ten (10) days of the date of satisfactory test. Any backflow prevention assembly left in a failed (non-passing) condition creating a potential threat to the public potable water supply must be reported to the city of Post Falls water division within 24 hours.

Backflow Prevention Assembly Ordinance - 1

D. A permit shall be obtained prior to the installation of a backflow prevention assembly. The permit fee shall be established by resolution. E. All commercial/industrial class accounts with backflow prevention assemblies on site shall comply with the annual backflow assembly test requirements prior to between January 1 and May 15 of each calendar year. F. All residential class accounts with backflow prevention assemblies on site shall comply with the annual backflow prevention assembly test requirements within thirty (30) days of the date the irrigation system is recharged (turned on), and such testing shall occur before prior to June 15 of each calendar year. G. Any account which fails to comply with section 13.12.070 or section 13.12.080 of this chapter relating to cross connections and the requirements of this section will be subject to shutoff. Any account which is subject to shutoff shall be subject to placement of a hand hang tag delivered to the premises where service is provided. When noncompliance proceeds to the hand hang tag stage, the customer shall be responsible for a hand hang tag fee in an amount set by resolution of the city council, which will constitute a service charge for collection expenses. If compliance is made after the hand hang tag has been placed, the hand hang tag fee shall be paid in addition to all current and past due water service charges, plus interest, to avoid shutoff of water service to premises. Additionally, a fee will be charged in an amount to be set by resolution of the city council to restore water to any service which has actually been shut off (disconnected) due to noncompliance. Section 2 . Severability. The ordinance is hereby declared to be severable. Should any portion of this ordinance be declared invalid by a court of competent jurisdiction, the remaining provisions shall continue in full force and effect and shall be read to carry out the purpose(s) of the ordinance before the declaration of partial invalidity. Section 3. Repeal of Conflicting Provisions. All provisions of the current Post Falls Municipal Code or ordinances of the City of Post Falls which conflict with the provisions of this ordinance are hereby repealed to the extent of such conflict. Section 4. Effective Date. This ordinance shall be effective upon passage and publication as provided by law. Enacted by the city council as an ordinance of the City of Post Falls on the ___ day of March, 2012. Approved by the Mayor on the ____ day of March, 2012. CITY OF POST FALLS _____________________________ Clay Larkin, Mayor ATTEST: ____________________________ Charity Cynova, City Clerk Backflow Prevention Assembly Ordinance - 2

MEMORANDUM

TO: FROM:

Mayor & Council Shelly Enderud/Crystal Dean Finance Department 03/20/12 FY 13 Budget Public Hearing Date

DATE: SUBJECT:

The City is required by State Code 63-802A to notify the county clerk of the date and location set for the budget public hearing. The attached form is used to send that notification to the county. It has been past practice to have the hearing on the 2nd Council Meeting in August. Please review the attached form and let me know if you have any questions. If the date is acceptable to the Council, I would recommend Council approve the date to be set and notice to be sent to the County. Thank you

Kootenai County Auditor
Clifford T. Hayes ⋅ Clerk
451 Government Way · P.O. Box 9000 · Coeur d’Alene, ID 83816-9000 Phone (208)446-1650 ⋅ Fax (208)446-1662 http://www.kcgov.us/departments/auditor ⋅ Email kcauditor@kcgov.us Clerk: Phone (208)446-1651 · Email chayes@kcgov.us

FY2013 BUDGET HEARING NOTIFICATION February 28, 2012 Taxing District Name : Date of FY2013 Budget Hearing : Time : Location of Hearing : (Street Address) (City) (Zip Code) Contact Phone Number : Contact Name : Contact E-mail Address : _______________________________________ _______________________________________ _______________________________________ _______________________________________ _______________________________________ _______________________________________ _______________________________________ _______________________________________ _______________________________________ _______________________________________

City of Post Falls

August 21, 2012
6:00 PM

Post Falls City Hall

408 N Spokane St

Post Falls

83854

208-773-3511

Shelly Enderud

senderud@postfallsidaho.org

Return this form no later than April 30, 2012 to : Kootenai County Clerk Attn : Julina Hildreth P.O. Box 9000 Coeur d’Alene, ID 83816-9000 E-mail to : Jhildreth@kcgov.us Phone : (208) 446-1664 Fax : (208) 446-1661
I.C.63-802A. NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING. (1) Not later than April 30 of each year, each taxing

district shall set and notify the county clerk of the date and location set for the budget hearing of the district. If no budget hearing is required by law, the county clerk shall be so notified. (2) Beginning in 2003, a taxing district that fails to comply with subsection (1) of this section shall be prohibited from including in its budget any budget increase otherwise permitted by either subsection (1)(a) or (1)(e) of section 63-802, Idaho Code. (3) If a taxing district wishes to change the time and location of such budget hearing as stated on the assessment notice, it shall publish such change of time and location in advance of such hearing as provided by law.

Thank you, Julina

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