Bozeman City Commission
Monday January 9th – EARLY START TIME 5:00 pm
City Hall Bozeman | Montana
After several weeks off the City Commission returns to City Hall this Monday to start the 2017 Legislative Session. There are only a handful of development items this go around in the detailed action items. Most of these items focus on a few developments located on both “bookends” of the North & South 19th Avenue corridor.
Taproom Beer & Wine License | Mendenhall St
After the recent attempt to convert to a full beverage alcohol license, the very popular Bozeman Taproom & Fill Station is back on the docket for a simple Beer & Wine License renewal.
Recently the Taproom’s efforts to upgrade the license was thwarted by the nearby Hawthorn Elementary School’s last minute address change attempt. “A retail license may not be issued pursuant to this code to any business or enterprise whose premises are within 600 feet of and on the same street as a building used exclusively as a church, synagogue, or other place of worship or as a school other than a commercially operated or postsecondary school. This distance must be measured in a straight line from the center of the nearest entrance of the place of worship or school to the nearest entrance of the licensee’s premises. This section is a limitation upon the department’s licensing authority.”
COMMISSIONS’ CURRENT RECOMMENDATION: Approve a Beer & Wine Licenses for Bozeman Taproom and Fill Station 321 E. Mendenhall St. for calendar year 2017. They have complied with state laws and have completed the City’s application process as required.
Yellowstone Theological Institute | Preliminary Plat
The Yellowstone Theological Institute is starting to get to work on it’s new developments and is off to a great start on South 19th Ave.
The Commission voted unanimously to approve the proposed subdivision subject to conditions and code provisions to ensure the final plat would comply with all applicable regulations and all required criteria. State law provides that the governing body shall “provide a written statement to the applicant detailing the circumstances of the condition imposition.” The statement must include: 1) the reason for the condition imposition; 2) the evidence that justifies the condition imposition; and 3) information regarding the appeal process for the condition imposition. To proceed with submitting a final plat application for the initial phase(s) of the subdivision, the applicant must have a dated and signed Findings of Fact and Order.
Consent Items (14 total)
- Authorize Payment of Accounts Payable Claims for Goods and Services(LaMeres)
- Approval of the Beer and Wine Renewal for Bozeman Taproom and Fill Station for Calendar Year 2017(Pitcher)
- Authorize the City Manager to Sign a Professional Services Agreement with Gradient Systems for Utility and Resource Tracking Software(Meyer)
- Authorize the City Manager to Sign a Professional Services Agreement with RESPEC for Wetland Consulting Services for 2017(Krueger)
- Authorize the City Manager to Sign a Professional Services Agreement with TerraQuatic for Wetland Consulting Services for 2017(Krueger)
- Authorize the City Manager to Sign a Professional Services Agreement with TREC, Inc. for the Design and Engineering of a Removable Bulkhead for the Swim Center(Hill)
- Authorize the City Manager to Sign Amendment 1 to the Professional Services Agreement with Sanderson Stewart for the 2016 Capital Improvements Survey(Gamradt)
- Authorize the City Manager to Sign Amendment 6 to the Professional Services Agreement with Morrison-Maierle, Inc. for the Capital Improvement Projects Field Survey(Murray)
- Authorize the City Manager to Sign the Memorandum of Agreement, Public Use Easement, Waiver Valuation, Escrow Instructions, Buyer’s Instructions, and Closing Statement for the Right-of-Way Purchase for Construction of Improvements to Baxter Lane, Parcel 13(Hixson)
- Authorize the Mayor to Sign the Findings of Fact and Order for the Yellowstone Theological Institute Minor Subdivision Preliminary Plat, Application 15574(Quasi-Judicial) (Krueger)
- Resolution 4751, Purchase of Real Property for Construction of Improvements to Oak Street and Fowler Lane(Woolard)
- Resolution 4754, Approving the Guaranteed Maximum Price Amendment Number 1 to the Contract with Dick Anderson Construction, Inc. for the Irrigation Pipeline Relocation at the Bozeman Sports Park(Poissant)
- Resolution 4763, Authorizing Change Order Number 1 with DLM Contracting, Inc. for the South University Area Sewer Main Interceptor Project(Murray)
- Ordinance 1967 Final Adoption, the Billion Auto Plaza Zone Map Amendment Rezoning an Existing 21.11 Acre Subdivision Generally Located at 270 Auto Plaza Drive from BP (Business Park District) to B-2 (Community Business District)(Owens)
City Commission Action Items (9 total)
- Resolution 4744, Creation of Special Improvement Lighting District Number 737 for Westbrook Subdivision Phase 2, 3 and 4(Rosenberry)
- The Opportunity Sub-Division Preliminary Plat Application For A Major Subdivision to Subdivide 20.31 Acres into Six Lots, Located at 2525 North 19th Avenue, Application 16235(Quasi-Judicial) (Rice)
- Continuation of the Public Hearing on Application 16469 for the South University District Phase 2 Minor Subdivision Preliminary Plat from January 9, 2017 to January 23, 2017(Quasi-Judicial) (Rice)
- Legislative Update(Kukulski)
Follow this link for the entire City Commission Agenda www.bozeman.net/Agenda
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