City Council Agenda 03/20/19

I 6:30 pm                Call to Order/Roll Call –  Mayor Burns
II 6:32 Agenda corrections or additions  
III 6:35 pm Business from the Audience – This is for Mosier residents and anyone else to express concerns, needs, or opportunities.  Please keep your comments succinct and under two minutes.  You may bring in written materials for Committee and Staff to review.  The Facilitator can assign the issue to a future Committee meeting, or to an appropriate Committee or staff member.  Please realize that we cannot always offer a response immediately but will give the matter due consideration. We encourage the participation of all stakeholders in our community.  10 mins
IV 6:45 Approval of:  02/20/19 – City Council Meeting Minutes  5 mins
1. 6:50 pm  Introduction to new Water Operator – Philip Agnor  10 mins
2. 7:00 pm  Mosier Energy Initiative – Mark Cherniack  15 mins
3. 7:15 pm  Rock Creek Confluence Buoy Committee  – Lacy Gries  15 mins
4. 7:30 pm  Salem Visits   – Mayor Burns  10 mins
5. 7:40 pm  Rock Ck Park Entrance Restoration – City Manager, Colleen Coleman Historic Highway Commission Mtg, 10am, 3/21, Mosier Sr. CenterJacobs Landscape Architect, Shawn Kummer to present Mosier Derailment Site Restoration Plan  10 mins
6. 7:50 pm  Cherry Trees to Line Hwy 30? – Possible Donation from Jeff Miller  10 mins
7. 8:00 pm  TSP Ordinance Second Reading /Adoption – City Council  10 mins
8. 8:10 pm  City Manager Update – Colleen Coleman  10 mins
9. 8:20 pm Items to send to Suzi Conklin for Mosier Valley News  – Council  5 mins
10. 8:25 pm Announcements  5 mins
VI 8:30 pm ADJOURN  

City Seeks Water Operator 1

City of Mosier – Water Operator 1
This position requires a variety of skills related to the construction, installation, maintenance and repair of the city’s water, storm drain systems, parks, trails and street right of ways. Applicant is required to have Water Distribution Level 1 certification or acquire it within 6 months. The right candidate works closely with city staff, outside vendors and community members. Permanent full-time position with benefits. Non exempt hourly rate range $18.00 – $24.00/hr DOE.  Full job description and veterans preference form posted here.

Position open until filled. If interested and qualified, please send cover letter, resume and three professional references, with the completed veteran’s preference form to

City and Fire District RFQ for Mosier Net Zero Public Services Building

The City of Mosier and Mosier Fire District (Contracting Agencies) are requesting qualifications statements from Architect led design teams with expertise in Net Zero design. Potential proposers should inform the Contracting Agencies of their intent to respond by sending an email to Colleen Coleman, City Manager at

Email subject line should read: “Mosier Fire/City Hall Design RFQ.”  Due date for electronic submission is 2/15/2019, 5pm. Due to inclement weather, hardcopy submission deadline is now 2/19/19, 5pm!! The RFQ document with instructions for submission can be found here.

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City Hall closed Monday, 1/21/19 in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday

Mosier City Hall will be closed January 21st this year to observe the federal holiday in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr (1929 – 1968).

Dr. King was a civil rights activist and baptist minister who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1964 for combating racial inequality through nonviolent resistance.

His work inspired President John F. Kennedy to write the American Civil Rights Act, which was signed into law July 2, 1964 by President Lyndon Johnson and then supported through the fourteenth and fifteenth amendments of the U.S. Constitution. Read more about the Civil Rights Act of 1964 here.



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