This time has been set aside for the Council to hear comments from the public regarding a request by Brian Ball, representing McCormick Ranch, LLC. (mailing address: 547 Partridge Lane, Rexburg, ID 83440), to annex and zone 45.94 acres (more or less) of land located east of I-15, south of Venture Way, and west of the Portneuf Wellness Complex. The proposed zoning is Office Park (OP) and Residential-Commercial-Professional. Staff finds the proposal compliant with all applicable standards with conditions. (ACTION ITEM) (Quasi-Judicial Public Hearing)
This time has been set aside to hear comments from the public concerning a request by Bill Isley (mailing address: 2227 East Center Street, Pocatello, ID 83201) to annex and zone 18.69 acres (more or less) of land located north of Vista Drive. The proposed zoning for the property is Residential Medium Density Single-Family with a concurrent Comprehensive Plan Land Use designation of Residential (R). Staff finds the proposal compliant with all applicable standards with conditions. (ACTION ITEM) (Quasi-Judicial Public Hearing)
This time has been set aside for the Council to hear comments from the public regarding a request by Dakota Worrell (mailing address: 1587 Surprise Valley, Pocatello, ID 83201) for a Zone Map Amendment to rezone approximately 3.05 acres of property from Residential Medium Density Single-Family (RMS) to Residential/Commercial/Professional (RCP). The subject property is located at 600 Jefferson Avenue. Staff finds the proposal compliant with all applicable standards. (ACTION ITEM) (Quasi-Judicial Public Hearing)
Council may wish to approve a request for deannexation submitted by Tyson and Angela Spencer, represented by Rocky Mountain Engineering and Surveying, (mailing address: 600 East Oak Street, Pocatello, ID 83201). The subject property is located at 2772 American Road and is 37.83 acres (more or less). Staff finds the proposal compliant with all applicable standards with conditions. (ACTION ITEM)
Council may wish to consider the Police Department’s recommendation and accept a quote from Salt Lake Wholesale (Blue Label Glock Dealer for Law Enforcement) for the following firearms to be used by members of the Pocatello Police Department: (ACTION ITEM)
a) Trade-in 11 old Glock 21’s, 1 old Glock 30, and 2 old Glock 17’s firearms; and if approved
b) Purchase 16 new Glock 17 MOS handguns and 2 Glock 19 MOS handguns.
Staff can purchase the new Glock handguns at a discounted rate of $274.88 per gun. Total purchase cost will be $4,948.00. Funds are available in the Police Department’s Fiscal Year 2022 budget.
Council may wish to accept the following requests from the Pocatello Police Department, subject to Legal Department Review: (ACTION ITEM)
a) Declare three (3) vehicles as surplus which were seized during ongoing investigations. The vehicles have been adjudicated and awarded to the Police Department by the Bannock County Prosecutor’s Office in accordance with Asset Forfeiture Laws;
b) Declare one (1) vehicle as surplus that was purchased with narcotics funds and has been in use by the narcotics unit for several years; and
c) Authorize the sale of the vehicles through auction and authorize the Mayor’s signature on all pertinent documents.
Council may wish to approve the 2022 Operating and Capital Program of Projects for Transit’s Urban and Rural services and authorize the Mayor and City Attorney to PIN the Grant Certifications (5307) and authorize the Public Transit Director to make necessary amendments and modifications related to the grants as required, subject to Legal Department review for the following: (ACTION ITEM)
a) Federal Transit Administration Urban Grant (5307) in the amount of $1,204,232.00 for Fiscal Year 2022 with a local share of $687,382.00; Local Share is available in the Fiscal Year 2022 Public Transit budget; and
b) Federal Transit Administration Rural Idaho Transportation Department Grant (5311), in the amount of $737,014.00 and $320,405.00 for Fiscal Year 2022. No City funds are used for the Rural Program.