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04/02/2019 06A Draft Council Meeting Minutes ApprovalITEM TITLE: SUBMITTED BY: BUSINESS OF THE CITY COUNCIL YAKIMA, WASHINGTON AGENDA STATEM ENT Item No. 6.A. For Meeting of: April 2, 2019 Approval of the minutes from the March 5 and 19, 2019, City Council regular meetings and March 12 and 26, 2019 City Council special meetings Sonya Claar Tee, City Clerk SUMMARY EXPLANATION: See attached. ITEM BUDGETED: STRATEGIC PRIORITY: APPROVED FOR SUBMITTAL: City Manager STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Approve minutes. BOARD/COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: ATTACHMENTS: Description D 3-5 O 3-19 D 3-12 D 3-26 Upload Date 3/7/2019 3/25/2019 3/26/2019 3/28/2019 Type Cover Memo Coyer Memo Cmer Memo Co‘der Memo YAKIMA CITY COUNCIL March 5, 2019 City Hall -- Council Chambers 6 p.m. Business Meeting; 6:30 p.m. Public Hearings -- MINUTES BUSINESS MEETING 1. Roll Call 2 Council: Mayor Kathy Coffey, presiding, Assistant Mayor Dulce Gutierrez, Council Members Holly Cousens, Brad Hill and Carmen Mendez Staff: City Manager Moore, City Attorney Cutter and City Clerk Claar Tee Absent: Council Member Kay Funk (excused) and Jason White 2. Pledge of Allegiance Mayor Coff- - - - Ple. -- - A - • iance. 3. I me rprete Mayor Coff d rg 4. Open Dis« •rth: ood o Order outed interpreteervices are available. A. Proclamations i. March for Meals proclamation Assistant Mayor Gutierrez proclaimed March 2019 as the "17th Annual March for Meals Month" and Stacy Kellogg with People for People accepted it. B. Presentations / Recognitions / Introductions i. Davis High School CCAN Club presentation on T21 initiative Mayor Coffey stated several students are not able to make it and have requested that this item be postponed. 5. Council Reports A. Lodging Tax Advisory Committee report Mayor Coffey reported on the recent Lodging Tax Advisory Committee meeting. 6. Consent Agenda Mayor Coffey referred to the items placed on the Consent Agenda, questioning whether there were any additions or deletions from Council members present. Item 10 was added to the Page 1 of 4 3 consent agenda becoming item 6E. The City Clerk read the Consent Agenda items, including resolutions and ordinances, by title. (Items on the Consent Agenda are handled under one motion without further discussion—see motion directly below.) MOTION: Cousens moved and Mendez seconded to approve the consent agenda. The motion carried by unanimous vote, Funk and White absent. A. Approval of the minutes from the February 19, 2019, City Council Business meeting, February 26, City Council Special meeting and notes from the February 25, 2019 meeting B. Resolution authorizing an Engineering Services Agreement with JUB Engineering, Inc. for Engineering Services required to design and acquire an Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting apparatus RESOLUTION NO. R-2019-029, A RESOLUTION authorizing an Engineering Services Agreement with JUB Engineering, Inc. for Engineering Services required to design and acquire an Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting apparatus. C. Resolution authorizing award of RFP 11810P and execution of an agreement with DoubleMap, to purchase an Onboard Integrated Technology System RESOLUTION NO. R-2019-030, A RESOLUTION authorizing award of RFP 11810P and execution of an agreement with DoubleMap, to purchase an Onboard Integrated Technology System. D. or City Employees ORDINAN N• i19 r3,A 'Rr ANC el ng to City pe�nnel;adopting a classificatio . r.mpen .tion pia . City emp . to be effecti April 7, 2019; and repealing all preceding pay ordinances in the City of Yakima Municipal Code. E. Consideration of revised investment policy for the City of Yakima 7. Public Comment Joe Mann, City resident, spoke in support of Interim Police Chief Gary Jones for Police Chief. Lee Murdock, City resident and Director of the Homeless Network and Shelter Manager for the Young Adult Winter Shelter, provided a status report on guests served. Liz Hallock, City resident, shared her concern about the new business license code. Tom Gaulke, Chair of the Affordable Housing for the Homeless Network, thanked the City for its support of low income housing. PUBLIC HEARINGS 8. Final public meeting to consider citizen comments on the proposed 2019 Annual Action Plan for Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and HOME Fund Programs Neighborhood Development Services Manager Archie Matthews introduced the public meeting. Mayor Coffey opened the public hearing and Alexander Patten, City resident, shared Page 2 of 4 4 his concern that this program is spreading poverty in our community. Mayor Coffey stated no action is necessary on this item tonight and it will be brought back for approval at a future Council meeting. 9. Closed record public meeting and Ordinance to consider the Yakima Planning Commission's recommendation regarding a rezone application submitted by Squire -Ingham Company for property at 5231 W Powerhouse Road Associate Planner Trevor Martin briefed Council on the rezone. Mayor Coffey opened the public hearing and, with no one coming forward to speak, closed the hearing. The City Clerk read the ordinance by title only. MOTION: Cousens moved and Gutierrez seconded to pass the ordinance. The motion carried by unanimous vote, Funk and White absent. ORDINANCE NO. 2019-004, AN ORDINANCE rezoning parcels 181309-41006, 181309- 44003, and 181309-44009 from Two -Family Residential (R-2) to Multifamily Residential (R-3) and amending the Zoning Map of the City of Yakima. DEPARTMENT ITEMS 10. This item was added to the consent agenda becoming item #6E 11. "Police Beat" program update Interim Poli Gary sented owerP ' program. Officer Soptich rep ted o a fello icers its to ow the resid s and businesses on their beat. IT MA E 12. Update on the Yakima Police Chief search City Manager Moore updated Council on the Police Chief search. After Council discussion, MOTION: Gutierrez moved and Mendez seconded to appoint Mendez and Gutierrez to the interview panels. Mayor Coffey stated she will be the first alternate and Council Member Cousens will be the second alternate should they be needed. The motion carried by unanimous vote, Funk and White absent. 13. Discuss Yakima School District joint meeting priorities Mayor Coffey reported she met with Raymond Navarro, Jr., President of the Yakima School District Board, regarding a joint City Council/Yakima School District Board meeting. Assistant Mayor Gutierrez stated she would like the agenda items for this meeting to be related to public safety. After discussion, it was Council consensus to have Safe Routes to Elementary Schools, Gang Prevention/Intervention and After School Programming as the agenda items. Assistant Mayor Gutierrez noted she would like to have an information packet prepared prior to the School District meeting. Mayor Coffey suggested the Public Safety Committee bring back documents to Council for review prior to the joint meeting with the school district. 14. Resolution authorizing a Memorandum of Understanding with the Yakima School District and Educational Service District #105 to provide gang education and prevention measures to youth affiliated with gang involvement Page 3 of 4 5 City Manager Moore and Senior Assistant City Attorney Sara Watkins briefed Council on the agreement. Matt Lunstrom, City resident, stated the gang issue is a valley issue and should be addressed at a higher level. The City Clerk read the resolution by title only. MOTION: Gutierrez moved and Cousens seconded to adopt the resolution. The motion carried by unanimous vote, Funk and White absent. RESOLUTION NO. R-2019-031, A RESOLUTION authorizing a Memorandum of Understanding with Sageland Mediation, Yakima School District and ESD 105 15. Ordinance relating to regular meetings of the Yakima City Council; amending section 1.06.010 of the City of Yakima Municipal Code City Manager Moore introduced the item. MOTION: Gutierrez moved and Cousens seconded to pass the ordinance. The motion carried by unanimous vote, Funk and White absent. ORDINANCE NO. 2019-005, AN ORDINANCE relating to regular meetings of the Yakima City Council; amending section 1.06.010 of the City of Yakima Municipal Code. 16. Other Bus' Council Me housing in 17. Adjournm MOTION: Gutierrez moved and Mendez seconded to adjourn to a City Council special meeting on March 12, 2019, at 5 p.m. at City Hall. The motion carried by unanimous vote, Funk and White absent. The meeting adjourned at 7:13 p.m. the City of Wapato for CERTIFICATION READ AND CERTIFIED ACCURATE BY COUNCIL MEMBER DATE COUNCIL MEMBER DATE ATTEST: CITY CLERK MAYOR Page 4 of 4 YAKIMA CITY COUNCIL March 19, 2019 City Hall -- Council Chambers 6 p.m. Business Meeting -- MINUTES BUSINESS MEETING 1. Roll Call 6 Council: Mayor Kathy Coffey, presiding, Assistant Mayor Dulce Gutierrez, Council Members Kay Funk, Brad Hill, Carmen Mendez and Jason White Staff: City Manager Moore, City Attorney Cutter and City Clerk Claar Tee Absent: Council Member Holly Cousens (excused) 2. Pledge of Allegiance Mayor Coff 3. I me rprete Mayor Coff • - ed rge Vi e who a • uted interpreter,ervices are available. 4. Open Discussion for the Good of the Order A. Presentations / Recognitions / Introductions i Presentation of Yakima Valley Tourism 2018 Annual Report John Cooper, President & CEO of Yakima Valley Tourism, presented a PowerPoint on the Yakima Valley Tourism's 2018 annual report. ii. Alert Yakima Emergency Notification System (Everbridge) Fire Chief Aaron Markham reported on the Emergency Notification System known as Everbridge. B. Appointments to Boards, Commissions and Council Committees i Appointments to the Henry Beauchamp Jr. Center Advisory Board and the Ad Hoc Homeless Facility Review Committee MOTION: Gutierrez moved and Mendez seconded to appoint James Parks to the Henry Beauchamp Jr. Community Center Advisory Board and make the following appointments to the Ad Hoc Homeless Facility Review Committee: County representative: Mike Leita (as appointed by the County Commissioners); Arboretum representative: Leslie Wahl; Expert on programs: Lee Murdock; Expert on housing: Page 1 of 4 7 Nathan Poel; and, Community members: Nathan Krebs, Lynn Thompson, and Rhonda Hauff. The motion carried by unanimous vote, Cousens absent. 5. Council Reports A. Council Partnership Committee report Council Member Mendez reported on the March 1, 2019, Council Partnership Committee meeting. After discussion regarding HB 1307 for VFW tax exemptions, MOTION: Mendez moved and Hill seconded that the City draft a letter of support if this bill is reintroduced. The motion carried by a unanimous vote, Cousens absent. City Manager Moore stated the Healing Species outreach program will be sent to the GRIT Committee for review. B. Council Economic Development Committee report Council Member White reported on the February 28, 2019, Council Economic Development Committee meeting. 6. Consent Agenda Mayor Coffey referred to the items placed on the Consent Agenda, questioning whether there were any additions or deletions from Council members present. Items 8 (now 6E) and 9 (now 6F) were added to the consent agenda. The City Clerk read the Consent Agenda items, including resolutions and ordinances, by title. (Items on the Consent Agenda are handled under one •- -• 'thout - cussion -ee moti MOTION: The motion A. consent agenda. B. Approve payment of disbursements for the period February 1 — 28, 2019 C. Resolution authorizing a contract with Selland Construction, Inc. to provide for the cleaning and recoating of biosolid digesters at the City of Yakima Wastewater Treatment Plant RESOLUTION NO. R-2019-032, A RESOLUTION authorizing a contract with Selland Construction, Inc. for City Project No. 2489 which provides for the cleaning and coating of biosolids digesters at the City of Yakima Wastewater Treatment Plant D. Resolution authorizing application for a Violence Against Women STOP Grant RESOLUTION NO. R-2019-033, A RESOLUTION authorizing an Interlocal Agreement for STOP Formula Grant Program funding between the Yakima Police Department and the Yakima County Sheriff's Office E. Resolution authorizing the award to and execution of a Lease/Purchase Option Agreement with Y HOTEL LLC for City property located at 1808 North lst Street RESOLUTION NO. R-2019-034, A RESOLUTION authorizing the award to and execution of a Lease/Purchase Option Agreement with Y HOTEL LLC for City property located at 1808 North lst Street Page 2 of 4 8 F. Resolution authorizing an Agreement with Yakima Police Activities League (YPAL) for the Operation and Maintenance of the Washington Fruit Community Center RESOLUTION NO. R-2019-035, A RESOLUTION authorizing the City Manager to execute the Washington Fruit & Produce Community Center Operation and Maintenance Agreement with Yakima Police Activities League (YPAL) 7. Public Comment Tony Sandoval, City resident, talked about the Police Chief search process. John Procopio, non resident and representing SEIU and caregivers at Yakima Regional, AKA Astria Regional Medical Center, asked for Council's support in their labor dispute with Astria. Bob Gerst, Chair of the Greater Yakima Chamber of Commerce, stated a letter will be delivered to Mayor Coffey and City Manager Moore urging the City to consider appointing Interim Chief Gary Jones as Yakima's Police Chief. Ira Cavin, spoke on behalf of the Yakima Police Patrolman's Association (YPPA) union, reporting the YPPA members have taken a vote of no confidence in City Manager Moore, which will be sent to Council members, and also requested the Police Chief search be halted. Alexander Patten, City resident, spoke in support of Sheriff Udell's position against enforcing the new gun law. 8. This item added th on age in�tem #6E 9. This item was as sed to the consent agenda becoming item #6F 10. Ordinance amending the Yakima Municipal Code Chapter 11.04 Building Code, with regards to intermodal shipping containers used as temporary uses Supervising Code Inspector Glenn Denman briefed Council on the ordinance. The City Clerk read the ordinance by title only. MOTION: Gutierrez moved and Funk seconded to pass the ordinance. The motion carried by a 5-1 vote, Hill voting no and Cousens absent. ORDINANCE NO. 2019-006, ORDINANCE amending the City of Yakima Municipal Code Chapter 11.04 Building Code 11. Other Business Council Member Hill made an announcement regarding the Yakima /alley Filipino -American community organization regarding their 66th anniversary dinner on March 24, 2019 in Wapato. Assistant Mayor Gutierrez made several announcements on behalf of the Public Safety Committee. MOTION: Coffey moved and Gutierrez seconded to adjourn to Executive Session for Page 3 of 4 9 up to 30 minutes to discuss the performance of a public employee, pursuant to RCW 42.30.110 (1)(f). The motion carried by unanimous vote, Cousens absent. After 30 minutes, Mayor Coffey announced Executive Session is extended for another 15 minutes. The meeting reconvened at 7:55 p.m. Mayor Coffey stated the Council would like the City Manager to respond to the letter from the Yakima Police Patrolman's Association by April 2, 2019. 12. Adjournment MOTION: Gutierrez moved and Mendez seconded to adjourn to a City Council special meeting on March 26, 2019, at 5:30 p.m. at City Hall. The motion carried by unanimous vote, Cousens absent. The meeting adjourned at 7:58 p.m. CERTIFICATION READ AND CERTIFIED ACCURATE BY COUNCIL MEMBER DATE COUNCIL MEMBER DATE M/UO R Page 4 of 4 YAKIMA CITY COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING March 12, 2019 City Hall -- Council Chambers 5 p.m. MINUTES 1. Roll Call 10 Council: Mayor Kathy Coffey, Assistant Mayor Dulce Gutierrez, Council Members Holly Cousens, Brad Hill, Carmen Mendez, and Kay Funk Staff: City Manager Cliff Moore, Director of Community Development Joan Davenport, Senior Assistant City Attorney Sara Watkins and Acting City Clerk Jodi Stephens Absent: Council Member Jason White 2. Affordable Housing Director of Comm ity De op - nt Jo. ave and ' nior Assistan ity Attorney Sara Watkins presente • Power in •' • ' Jude s fi ' - - d rec mendations related to actions the Counci th o owing acti items from the report were discus 1. Refer items to the Yakima Planning Commission related to zoning and regulatory innovation for broad community discussion about potential amendments. The City Council reviews all recommendations of the Planning Commission. MOTION: Cousens moved and Mendez seconded to refer all zoning actions on action item number one (1) to the Planning Commission. After discussion, Cousens raised a point of order that the motion under consideration was action item 1, and not others. Coffey stated the point was well taken. The motion carried by unanimous vote, White absent. 2. Direct the Healthy Community and Neighborhood Building Committee (HCNB) to review this report and prioritize policy options for the full Council. MOTION: Hill moved and Cousens seconded to direct the Healthy Community and Neighborhood Building Committee (HCNBC) to review this report and prioritize policy options for the full Council as suggested under action steps on page nine, step 2. After discussion, MOTION: Hill moved and Cousens seconded to amend the motion to replace HCNBC with Partnership Committee. After discussion, Funk raised a point of order that members should not misrepresent other members positions. Coffey ruled the point is well taken. Cousens stated this has been addressed previously that Mendez would recuse herself from the Partnership Committee on this topic and allow Cousens to attend as the alternate, which allows for a good mix of Council members. After discussion, Gutierrez raised a point of order to keep the conversation germane to the motion. Coffey ruled the point is well taken. The Acting City Clerk read the motion Page 1 of 2 11 with the amendment, which carried by a 5-1 vote, Funk voting no, White absent. 3. The full City Council should evaluate some of the crucial policy issues related to encouraging new housing starts. MOT ION: Cousens moved and Hill seconded to direct staff to bring back a staff report on item three (3). The motion carried by unanimous vote, White absent. Community Development Director Davenport agreed to bring this item back to Council on May 7, 2019. 3. Adjoumment MOTION: Gutierrez moved to adjourn to the next City Council regular meeting on March 19, 2019, at 6 p.m. at City Hall. The motion carried by unanimous vote, White absent. The meeting adjoumed at 6:18 p.m. CERTIFICATION READ AND CERTIFIED ACCURATE BY COUNCIL MEMBER DATE COUNCIL MEMBER DATE Page 2 of 2 YAKIMA CITY COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING March 26, 2019 City Hall -- Council Chambers 5:30 p.m. Agenda Preview Meeting -- MINUTES 1. Roll Call 12 Council: Mayor Kathy Coffey, presiding, Assistant Mayor Dulce Gutierrez, Council Members Kay Funk and Brad Hill Staff: City Manager Moore, City Attorney Cutter, Communications & Public Affairs Director Beehler and City Clerk Claar Tee Absent and excused: Council Members Holly Cousens, Carmen Mendez and Jason White 2. Agenda preview for April 2 and 16, 2019 draft agendas City Manager Moo 3. City Manager upd t d 16 9 dra agendas. City Manager Moo -d a pdate Police %i: . earch. He adiscussed a community member's request for an Attorney General's opinion regarding Initiative 1639, on which Council took no action. Communications & Public Affairs Director Beehler reported on the recent legislative meetings in Olympia. City Manager Moore updated Council on the following events: Police Promotion Ceremony on Friday, March 29, 2019 at 5:30 p.m. at the Harman Center, joint meeting with the Yakima School District Board on April 25, 2019, at 6 p.m. and the State of the City Address at the Convention Center on May 8, 2019 at 11:30 a.m. 4. Council Committee update Assistant Mayor Gutierrez shared information from a booklet entitled Self -Referral, Deflection and Diversion --Pathways to Community, which will be discussed at the Council Public Safety Committee meeting this week. 5. Adjournment MOTION: Gutierrez moved and Hill seconded to adjourn to the next City Council regular meeting on April 2, 2019, at 6 p.m. at City Hall. The motion carried by unanimous vote, Cousens, Mendez and White absent. The meeting adjourned at 6:11 p.m. Page 1 of 2 13 CERTIFICATION READ AND CERTIFIED ACCURATE BY COUNCIL MEMBER DATE COUNCIL MEMBER DATE ATTEST: CITY CLERK MAYOR DRAFT Page 2 of 2