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Friday, 16 October 2020 14:52

September 3, 2020

PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING

CITY OF JOHNSON, AR

SEPTEMBER 03, 2020

PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING

Present: Todd Wood, Katherine Hudson, Richard Cromwell, Henry Layes, and Shane Bronson. Also, Clay Wilson – City of Johnson Building Official, James Geurtz – City of Johnson Engineer, and four guests were in attendance.

Planning Commission Meeting was called to order at 6:00 P.M. by Commissioner Henry Layes.

A motion to approve the July 02, 2020 Planning Commission Minutes pending the removal of Henry Layes as present was made by Todd Wood and seconded by Katherine Hudson. All approved. 

Old Business:

No Old Business.

New Business:

No New Business.

MOTION TO ADJOURN PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING:

Motion to Adjourn Planning Commission meeting was made by Richard

Cromwell and seconded by Todd Wood. All approved. Meeting adjourned at 6:02 P.M.

BOARD OF ADJUSTMENTS PUBLIC HEARING:

Commissioner Henry Layes called the Board of Adjustments Public Hearing to order at 6:02 PM

Present: Shane Bronson, Todd Wood, Katherine Hudson, Richard Cromwell, and Henry Layes. Also present, Clay Wilson-City of Johnson Building Official, and two guests.

PETITION 2020-04: Request for a VARIANCE FOR BUILDING SETBACKS for property located at 7200 South Pleasant Ridge. Requested by Mark Jackson, Owner.

Commissioner Henry Layes opened up the Hearing for public comment and allowed the public meeting to remain open to allow comments from anyone who may arrive late. No additional comments were offered.

Commissioner Henry Layes closed the Board of Adjustments Public Hearing at 6:08 PM. 

BOARD OF ADJUSTMENTS MEETING CALLED TO ORDER by Henry Layes:

6:09 PM

Present: Shane Bronson, Todd Wood, Katherine Hudson, Richard Cromwell, and Henry Layes. Also present, Clay Wilson-City of Johnson Building Official, and two guests.

PETITION 2020-04: Request for a VARIANCE FOR BUILDING SETBACKS for property located at 7200 South Pleasant Ridge. Requested by Mark Jackson, Owner.

Commissioner Henry Layes opened the floor for discussion. Commissioner Richard Cromwell requested clarity that all requirements to setback property had been met. City Building official, Clay Wilson, verbally reviewed documents presented to the Commissioners from the City of Johnson Fire Marshal, Building Official, and Engineer acknowledging Mr. Jackson’s compliance. Mr. Mark Jackson acknowledged his request and compliance with all entities required to fulfill requests.

A Motion to pass Petition 2020-04: Request for a VARIANCE FOR BUILDING SETBACKS for property located at 7200 South Pleasant Ridge was made by Katherine Hudson and seconded by Richard Cromwell. All Approved.

MOTION TO ADJOURN BOARD OF ADJUSTMENTS MEETING:

Motion to Adjourn the Board of Adjustments meeting was made by Shane Bronson and seconded by Todd Wood. All approved. Meeting adjourned at 6:13 PM.

Friday, 16 October 2020 14:31

September 8, 2020

CITY OF JOHNSON

COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES

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Mayor Keeney called the City Council Meeting to order at 6:00 pm.

Present were Council Members Angela Perea, Katherine Hudson, Bill Burnett, John Wright, Dan Cross and Bob Fant. Also present were City Clerk/Treasurer Jennifer Allen, City Attorney Justin Eichmann, Police Chief Wayne Woods, Fire Chief Matt Mills and Building Official Clay Wilson.

Mayor Keeney asked for a motion to approve the minutes of the August 11, 2020 council meeting. Bob Fant made a motion to approve the minutes as written and was seconded by Angela Perea. All approved.

Department Head Reports:

Police Chief Wayne Woods stated 10 CID cases were opened this month and 10 were closed. Chief Woods stated a new officer from Florida starts tomorrow and they are still accepting applications. Sergeants Brewer and Oswalt were recognized for special comments received from the community and Officer Shelby West is now a RADAR Instructor. Chief Woods asked for the Council’s approval of purchasing a new Tahoe for the department. He said it was budgeted for $52,000 but there has been a slight price increase and the ready to be put in service price is $56,632.60. After discussion about mileage and the condition of the rest of the fleet, Bob Fant made a motion to approve the purchase and was seconded by Katherine Hudson. All approved.

Fire Chief Matt Mills stated there were 43 calls for service this month. Chief Mills stated the department has purchased a new battery powered extrication tool that has already been used a performed great. On a personal note, Chief Mills said this was a bittersweet moment as it was his last Council meeting as Chief; he has enjoyed his time with the City of Johnson. On behalf of the Council, Mayor Keeney and City Clerk/Treasurer Allen wished Matt well and thanked him for his invaluable service to the City.

Mayor Keeney said the Public Works Department is doing limb pick up twice a month and continues to mow and trim. Mayor Keeney said the equipment is in good shape and the guys are healthy.

Building Official/Maintenance Specialist Clay Wilson stated 5 new building permits and 13 mechanical permits were issued and 58 inspections were completed. Wilson stated he issued 2 storm water violation warnings to commercial sites, issued 1 code violation for no business license, did MS-4 inspections, checked stop light battery back-ups and prepared for and attended the Planning Commission meeting as well as attending multiple other zoom meetings.

City Clerk/Treasurer Jennifer Allen stated because of the early date of this meeting, no State or County aid has been received (including State Turnback, Property taxes, or Sales Taxes.) Allen said on August 18, 2020, $15,894.26 was received from the County for Act 833 Funding, and $10,374.18 of that was spent on an AMKUS Combi-tool for the Fire Department that Chief Mills mentioned earlier.

City Attorney Justin Eichmann stated he has been working on the contract for 3305 Main Drive and the next steps in the zoning change. There will be new ordinances addressing items next month. Still working on the final last items on the termination of the Johnson Mill Boulevard Interlocal Agreement.

Mayor Keeney stated Ravenswood cul de sac is complete and Sweetser did a great job.

Mayor Keeney stated the $80,000 offer on 3305 Main Drive was accepted but the inspection revealed the building has asbestos and lead paint. The asbestos abatement alone will cost $4,600, so $75,000 was offered and accepted. Hopefully closing will be before the next meeting. Resolution 2020-10 regarding the purchase will be presented shortly.

Mayor Keeney stated he spent several hours yesterday looking at the damage on Main Drive and has city Engineer James Guertz working on bid documents to get it repaired.

Mayor Keeney stated work is beginning on the 2021 Budget and numbers should be available for review next month. Part of this process is the Millage Resolution that will be ready for next month.

Katherine Hudson asked if there is any warranty or guarantee from Sweetser for the work on Ravenswood? Mayor Keeney told her there is a 1-year performance bond for the cost of the project in place. 

OLD BUSINESS: NONE

NEW BUSINESS: 

Mayor Keeney presented RESOLUTION 2020-10: A RESOLUTION RATIFYING THE EXECUTION OF A REAL ESTATE CONTRACT AND EXCLUSIVE BUYER AGENCY AGREEMENT FOR THE PURCHASE OF REAL PROPERTY LOCATED AT 3305 MAIN DRIVE, JOHNSON, AR 72704 FOR THE CITY OF JOHNSON, ARKANSAS. Bill Burnett made a motion to approve and Bob Fant seconded. All approved. Mayor Keeney thanked Katherine Hudson for all the information she provided on the Main Drive property. 

Mayor Keeney asked for a motion to pay the bills from the General Fund, Street Fund, Act 988 Fund and Court Automation Fund that the council had reviewed. Bob Fant made a motion to pay the bills and Angela Perea seconded. All approved.

Mayor Keeney wished Chief Mills all the best and good luck in the future.

Mayor Keeney asked for a motion to adjourn which was made by Bill Burnett and seconded by Bob Fant. All approved. The meeting was adjourned at 6:18 pm.

Respectfully Submitted,

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Friday, 16 October 2020 14:09

RESOLUTION 2020-12

 

           

CITY OF JOHNSON, WASHINGTON COUNTY, ARKANSAS

A RESOLUTION APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OF THE CITY OF JOHNSON, ARKANSAS TO ENTER INTO AN AMBULANCE SERVICE AGREEMENT WITH WASHINGTON COUNTY REGIONAL AMBULANCE AUTHORITY FOR AMBULANCE SERVICES FOR THE CITY OF JOHNSON

WHEREAS, following a request for proposals issued by Washington County on behalf of Washington County and the Cities of Elkins, Elm Springs, Farmington, Fayetteville, Goshen, Greenland, Johnson, Lincoln, Prairie Grove, Tontitown, West Fork, and Winslow for ambulance services, and the selection thereby of Washington Regional Ambulance Authority, the City of Johnson, Arkansas, has received an Ambulance Service Agreement with Washington Regional Ambulance Authority to provide ambulance services to the residents of Johnson; and

WHEREAS, the Mayor of the City of Johnson, upon receipt of advice and consultation from the City Attorney, has reviewed the Ambulance Service Agreement determined that has determined that is in the best interest of the citizens of Johnson to authorize the execution of the same.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, in connection with the receipt of the Ambulance Service Agreement with Washington Regional Ambulance Authority, that the City of Johnson, Arkansas, hereby authorizes the Mayor and the City Clerk-Treasurer to execute the agreement attached hereto as Exhibit “A”, and all other measures to execute any and all other documents necessary in connection therewith.

PASSED and APPROVED this13th day of October, 2020.

APPROVED:

ATTEST:

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Friday, 16 October 2020 14:08

RESOLUTION 2020-11

RESOLUTION 2020-11

 CITY OF JOHNSON, WASHINGTON COUNTY, ARKANSAS

A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE RATE OF PROPERTY TAX FOR THE CITY OF JOHNSON, ARKANSAS FOR THE YEAR 2020 TO BE COLLECTED IN 2021.

WHEREAS, Ark. Code Ann. § 26-25-102 provides that a city may levy a tax on the real and personal property located within the city for general purposes, in any one year, pursuant to the provisions of the Arkansas Constitution; and

WHEREAS, Ark. Code Ann. § 26-73-202 requires the City Council of any municipal corporation to make out and certify to the county clerk the rate of taxation levied by the city on all the real and personal property within the city; and

WHEREAS, the City Council has determined that it is in the best interest of the City of Johnson and its citizens to levy the rate of taxation on the real and personal property located within the City of Johnson as set forth herein, and to certify the same to the Washington County Clerk, and authorize the Washington County Quorum Court to levy said tax for the year 2020 to be collected in 2021.

            NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL FOR THE CITY OF JOHNSON, ARKANSAS: 

Section 1. That the property tax rate for the city General purposes on the real and personal property situated with the City of Johnson to be collected in the year 2021 shall be fixed and levied at the rate of 5.0 mills on each dollar of assessed value of real and personal property.

Section 2. That the Rate of taxation levied herein on the real and personal property within the city shall, by this Resolution, be certified to the county Clerk to be placed upon the tax books and collected in the same manner that the state and county taxes are collected.

Section 3. The Quorum Court of Washington County, Arkansas is hereby authorized to levy the said tax as set forth herein for the real and person property located within the City of Johnson, Arkansas for the year 2021, at the appropriate meeting in accordance with state law.

PASSED AND APPROVED this 13th day October, 2020. 

APPROVED:

ATTEST:

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Friday, 16 October 2020 14:02

ORDINANCE 2020-11

ORDINANCE 2020-11

CITY OF JOHNSON, WASHINGTON COUNTY, ARKANSAS

AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE ENFORCEMENT OF CODES BY AN INSPECTOR OR CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER OR OFFICIAL WITHIN THE CITY OF JOHNSON, ARKANSAS.

WHEREAS, Ark. Code. Ann. §§ 14-55-601 and 12-9-108(b)(3) provides that an inspector or code enforcement officer of a municipality who does not meet certification requirements prescribed by the Commission of Law Enforcement Standards and Training can issue a citation for the violations of municipal codes and regulations; and

WHEREAS, the City of Johnson has adopted technical codes as well as regulations adopted through orders, resolutions, and ordinances which it enforces through the collection of fines, the issuance of citations and other processes and procedures; and

WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Johnson desires to clarify the roles and responsibilities with regard to the enforcement of codes and regulations and believes it to be in the best interests of the health, safety and welfare of the citizens of Johnson to provide such clarification as provided herein.

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT ORDAINED BY CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF JOHNSON, ARKANSAS:

Section 1 Any certified law enforcement officer or non-certified employee or contractor of the City of Johnson designated by the Mayor may serve as an inspector or code enforcement officer can issue a citation for the violations of municipal codes and regulations.

Section 2:  It shall be the duty of any such law enforcement officer, inspector or code enforcement officer designated by the Mayor to be qualified by their knowledge of City of Johnson codes, training and experience to carry out the enforcement of violations of City of Johnson codes.

Section 3:  All ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict with this ordinance are hereby repealed.

Section 4 In the event that any section, paragraph, subdivision, clause, phrase, or other provision or portion of this Ordinance shall be adjudged invalid or unconstitutional, the same shall not affect the validity of this Ordinance as a whole, or any part or provision, other than the part so decided to be invalid or unconstitutional, and the remaining provisions of this Ordinance shall be construed as if such invalid, unenforceable or unconstitutional provision or provisions had never been contained herein.

Section 5:  Emergency Clause. It is hereby found and determined that there is an immediate need to provide for the enforcement of codes by an inspector or code enforcement officer or official in order to preserve the health, safety, and welfare of the citizens of the City of Johnson. Therefore, an emergency is declared to exist, and this Ordinance being immediately necessary for the above-stated purposes, shall become effective immediately from and after the date of its passage, to take effect as provided by the terms of this Ordinance.

PASSED AND APPROVED this 13th day of October, 2020.   

APPROVED

ATTEST:

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Friday, 02 October 2020 14:28

Early Voting Information

EARLY VOTING SITES NEAR OUR AREA

WASHINGTON COUNTY COURTHOUSE 280 North College, Fayetteville

QUORUM COURTROOM, MAIN FLOOR

Week One: October 19th to October 24th

Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Monday to Friday

Hours: 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Saturday, October 24th

Week Two: October 26th to October 31st

Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Monday to Friday

Hours: 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Saturday, October 31st

Last Day to Early Vote

Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday, November 2nd

 

ARVEST BALLPARK 3000 Gene George Blvd, Springdale

Week One: October 19th to October 23rd         

Hours: 9:30 a.m. to 4: 30 p.m., Monday to Thursday

Hours: 9:30 a.m. to 2: 30 p.m., Friday

Closed on Saturday, October 24th

Week Two: October 26th to October 30th

Hours: 9:30 a.m. to 4: 30 p.m., Monday to Thursday

Hours: 9:30 to 1:00 p.m., Friday

Closed on Saturday, October 31st

To see  all locations  for Early Voting in Washington County please visit: https://www.washingtoncountyar.gov/government/departments-a-e/election-commission/early-vote-sites-for-the-november-3-2020-general-election-nonpartisan-judicial-general-election-run-off-and-special-elections?fbclid=IwAR0e0d7JfxV6c5Dw9PHws7viElisBCVnvh6_GN5hp73dfdHLKlQkzNrA5Xk

Not sure if you are registered? Visit https://www.voterview.ar-nova.org/VoterView to confirm that you are registered and download election sample ballots.

Don’t forget, the final day to register to vote in Arkansas is Monday, October 5th. To check your registration, call your county clerk or visit https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/elections/voter-information for information on how to register. 

Tuesday, 29 September 2020 20:21

October 8, 2020

AGENDA FOR:

JOHNSON PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING AND BOARD OF ADJUSTMENTS

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PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING IS CALLED TO ORDER

Approval of September 3, 2020 Planning Commission Meeting minutes

Old Business: Continuing discussion of Zoning Updates 

New Business: NONE

MOTION TO ADJOURN PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING 

BOARD OF ADJUSTMENTS MEETING IS CALLED TO ORDER: 

Approval of September 3, 2020 Board of Adjustment Meeting minutes

MOTION TO ADJOURN BOARD OF ADJUSTMENTS

Monday, 21 September 2020 20:35

General Election Polling Location Change

Voting for the November 3rd General Election will NOT be held at Johnson City Hall.

Polling location has been moved to the Johnson Church of Christ located at 5602 Elmore Street.

The polls will be open from 7:30am-7:30pm If you are in line when the polls close you can still vote.

Please visit the Washington County Election Commission website for more information regarding early voting, election day locations and sample ballots.

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Monday, 21 September 2020 14:57

RESOLUTION 2020-10

RESOLUTION 2020-10 

CITY OF JOHNSON, WASHINGTON COUNTY, ARKANSAS

A RESOLUTION RATIFYING THE EXECUTION OF A REAL ESTATE CONTRACT AND EXCLUSIVE BUYER AGENCY AGREEMENT FOR THE PURCHASE OF REAL PROPERTY LOCATED AT 3305 MAIN DRIVE, JOHNSON, AR 72704 FOR THE CITY OF JOHNSON, ARKANSAS

            WHEREAS, following authorization provided by the City Council of its August 11th, 2020 City Council Meeting, the City of Johnson has entered into a Real Estate Contract and Exclusive Buyer Agency Agreement, attached hereto as Exhibit “A”, for the purchase of 3305 Main Drive, Johnson, AR, 72704; and

            WHEREAS, the Mayor and the City Council, after thorough consideration believe that it is in the best interest of the citizens of the City of Johnson to ratify the Real Estate Contract and Exclusive Buyer Agency Agreement.

            NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Johnson as follows:

            Section 1:  That the City Council hereby ratifies the Real Estate Contract and Exclusive Buyer Agency Agreement for the purchase of real property attached hereto as Exhibit “A”, with any changes deemed necessary and all further action which may be necessary in order to carry out and perform the purposes and intents of this Resolution and all actions taken by the Mayor in connection therewith are hereby approved.

            PASSED AND APPROVED this 8th day, September, 2020.

APPROVED:

ATTEST:

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Wednesday, 09 September 2020 15:14

August 11, 2020

CITY OF JOHNSON

COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES

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AUGUST 11, 2020

 

Mayor Keeney called the City Council Meeting to order at 6:00 pm.

Present were Council Members Angela Perea, Katherine Hudson, Bill Burnett, John Wright, Dan Cross and Bob Fant. Also present were City Clerk/Treasurer Jennifer Allen, City Attorney Justin Eichmann, Fire Chief Matt Mills and Building Official Clay Wilson. Police Chief Wayne Woods was absent.

Mayor Keeney asked for a motion to approve the minutes of the July 14, 2020 council meeting. Bob Fant made a motion to approve the minutes as written and was seconded by Katherine Hudson. All approved.

Department Head Reports:

Police Chief Wayne Woods is taking care of his Mom who had surgery. Mayor Keeney read the PD report: 12 CID cases were opened this month and 12 were closed. A search warrant was executed for an ongoing case and department certification continues.

Fire Chief Matt Mills stated there were 43 calls for service this month. Chief Mills stated if they get accurate information, a protocol 46 is issued for a positive COVID-19 case so they know before they get to the call.

Mayor Keeney said it keeps raining and the Public Works Department keeps mowing. They are doing limb pick up twice a month and have gotten all the street signs up. Mayor Keeney was asked if the guys could build the Carley Road sidewalks needed themselves and his response was that we do not have the equipment or the expertise. The west side of street sidewalk bid will be relet next week and hopefully a bid will be received that is less exorbitant than the last. Mayor Keeney said these are the 3 hardest working guys in the City, everyone is healthy, and the equipment is in good shape.

Building Official/Maintenance Specialist Clay Wilson stated 1 new building permit and 11 mechanical permits were issued and 26 inspections were completed. Wilson stated he worked on building plan reviews, vehicle maintenance, did MS-4 inspections, prepared, and attended the Planning Commission meeting as well as attending multiple other zoom meetings.

City Clerk/Treasurer Jennifer Allen stated State Turnback and Property taxes have been received, but Sales Taxes have not. SITT (special state tax) Revenue was received in July and is being held in our LOPFI account to pay our City retirement portion until it runs out. $10,615.87 was received for Fire and $38,707.72 was received for Police totaling $49,323.59. This should cover our cost through November. On August 6, 2020 $12,008.93 was received from the County for RFA Funding. Congratulations to our Council Members Dan Cross, Ward 1, Katherine Hudson, Ward 2 and John Wright, Ward 3. They are all running unopposed in the General Election in November and as such have been re-elected to 4-year terms. Allen reminded them to please remember to send in their Campaign Contribution Forms according to the directions included in their packet.

City Attorney Justin Eichmann stated it was a slow month, nothing new to report. He has been working with Clay on planning matters. Eichmann stated if the PC wanted to create an entertainment district zone, the City could start the process or wait until the need arises. After discussion Eichmann will start the framework and get it back to the Mayor.

Mayor Keeney stated the pre-construction meeting for Ravenswood was held today and it will be a five-day project they will start ASAP.

Mayor Keeney said in 2009 the City received an ISO grade 9 for its residential and commercial building requirements. In 2020 that rating improved to a grade 4 due to building code updates and administration of those codes.

With the news of Chief Mills retiring October 1,2020, Mayor Keeney asked the Council to approve the creation of a full time Fire Chief position. Motion was made by Bob Fant and seconded by John Wright. All approved.

Mayor Keeney stated the Hawkins-Weir phase 2 plans for the bridge on Main Drive show the City will eventually have to buy the land that Millye Pollack’s old house stands on. This house is currently listed at $100,000.00 and if the City is proactive, we can probably get a better price if we purchase it now. It has been on the market for over 300 days and 30% of the property is in the flood plain. Dan Cross was concerned the eventual bond issue needed for the project may not pass, but the Mayor said he is confident it will and would like to offer $80,000.00 cash and purchase it to simplify the project in the future. Bob Fant made a motion to offer $80,000.00 for Millye’s house. Angel Perea asked about demolishing the house. Mayor Keeney stated it would have to be tested for asbestos, and if there is none there the FD would love to use it for training; if there is, we would be looking at an abatement cost. Katherine Hudson asked that an extended inspection be put in the contract with the ability to reduce the price if asbestos is found. Dan Cross seconded the amended motion to include the extended inspection and all approved. City Attorney Eichmann will begin drawing up the offer tomorrow.

OLD BUSINESS: NONE

NEW BUSINESS: NONE

Mayor Keeney asked for a motion to pay the bills from the General Fund, Street Fund, Act 988 Fund and Court Automation Fund that the council had reviewed. Bob Fant made a motion to pay the bills and John Wright seconded. All approved.

Mayor Keeney asked for a motion to adjourn which was made by Bill Burnett and seconded by Katherine Hudson. All approved. The meeting was adjourned at 6:30 pm.

Respectfully Submitted,

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