Missoula City Council Meeting Agenda

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(Items on the consent agenda were approved in City Council committees to be placed on the consent agenda to save time at Council meetings by voting on them as a package. The City Clerk will read the list aloud, so citizens watching on MCAT will know what is on the consent agenda. We’ll invite community comment on these items before we vote.)

  • Recommended motion:
  • Recommended motion:

    Set a public hearing on December 6, 2021 for a Resolution of the Missoula City Council amending the current fees for new taps into existing Missoula Water system mains, establishing a Staff Assistance Fee, and amending the Utility Rate Schedule to be effective January 1, 2022. 

  • Recommended motion:

    Confirm the Mayor’s reappointment of Whitney Bergmann to the Tourism Business Improvement District for a term beginning December 1, 2021 and expiring on December 1, 2025.

  • Recommended motion:

    Authorize the Mayor to sign and execute an amendment to the contract with the Poverello Center for the provision of Emergency Winter Shelter services funded by the City of Missoula

  • Recommended motion:

    [First reading and preliminary adoption] Set a public hearing on November 29, 2021 and preliminarily adopt an ordinance to amend Missoula Municipal Code chapter 2.82 entitled “Establishment of continuous residency requirements within the city limits for City department heads and supervisory managers.”

  • Recommended motion:

    Adopt a Resolution Relating to $397,000 Storm Water System Revenue Bond (DNRC Water Pollution Control State Revolving Loan Program), Series 2021A; Authorizing the Issuance and Fixing the Terms and Conditions Thereof

  • Recommended motion:

    Approve and authorize the Mayor to sign the renewal of Stop Loss Insurance provided by VOYA for Option 1 large claim health plan coverage effective January 1 through December 31, 2021 for an estimated monthly charge of $73,504.00

  • Recommended motion:

    Confirm Officers Michael Haderlie, Daniel Kozlowski and Payton Holmgren

  • Recommended motion:

    Approve the Transportation Alternatives Pavement Preservation Grant Agreement and authorize the Mayor to sign.

  • Recommended motion:

    Approve an Agreement between the City of Missoula and Missoula County Public Schools specifying responsibilities for administration of the Land and Water Conservation Fund Grant for Westside Park Improvements and authorize the Mayor to sign.

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(State law and City Council rules set guidelines for inviting community comment in a formal way on certain issues.  Following a staff report on each item, the City Council and the Mayor invite community comment.  During COVID 19, the City Council is holding the public hearing open for a week and then voting the following week, unless there is a requirement for final action on the night of the public hearing.)  

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(Items listed under Final Consideration have had a public hearing.  The hearing was held open to allow time for additional public comment before final consideration and action by the City Council. The chairperson of the standing City Council committee will make a motion. We invite community comment on each item.)

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(Items listed under committee reports were not approved unanimously in City Council committees. The chairperson of the standing City Council committee will make a motion. We invite community comment on each item.)

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(Items listed here have been proposed by Council members, staff, or the Mayor for consideration in City Council committees. Committee chairs are responsible for scheduling consideration of these items in their respective committee meetings. These items are listed on our agenda for information only. They will not be considered at this meeting. For further information about any item, contact the person listed in italics.)

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