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06/18/2019 13A Council General Information to\'4\lyy tbxk ik 1 PPP d g. P A • Pd 9 P '.l p P PPi ittYlltYlt.\ta. BUSINESS OF THE CITY COUNCIL YAKIMA, WASHINGTON AGENDA STATEMENT Item No. 13.A. For Meeting of: June 18, 2019 ITEM TITLE: Council General Information SUBMITTED BY: Sonya Claar Tee, City Clerk SUMMARY EXPLANATION: 1 . First Quarter Municipal Court report 2. Preliminary Council Agenda 3. City Meeting Schedule 4. Preliminary Future Activities Calendar ITEM BUDGETED: STRATEGIC PRIORITY: ft' if APPROVED FOR SUBMITTAL: City Manager STAFF RECOMMENDATION: BOARD/COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: ATTACHMENTS: Description Upload Date Type D report 5/1 /2019 r Mrr�a D in 1121019 r M�r�c� 2 MEMORANDUM June 18, 2019 TO: The Honorable Mayor and Members of City Council Cliff Moore, City Manager FROM: The Honorable Susan Woodard, Presiding Judge Linda Hagert, Court Services Manager Isabel Cruz,Accountant SUBJECT: 1st Quarter 2019 Municipal Court Office Statistics The City of Yakima Municipal Court operation was created in late 1996 and has been an independent judicial arm of the City since January 1, 1997. The Court Adjudicates all traffic infractions, misdemeanors, and gross misdemeanors cited in the City. The Court operates with two full time Judges, one of whom provides over the Court's activities, and a part time Court Commissioner. The City Council adopts the Courts budget annually; the Court is otherwise independent from City Administration. Following,please find summary statistical reports for Municipal Court's 1st Quarter activity through March 31, 2019. Detailed reports are available from the Office of the Municipal Court. Prior year totals for 2018 are included for comparison. The following summary information for each quarter includes: I. Municipal Court Infraction Statistics II. Municipal Court Criminal Statistics III. Public Safety Education Assessment (PSEA) Statistics IV. Collection Statistics--Municipal Court Outstanding Time-Pay Contracts V. Outside Agency Collection Statistics 3 Yakima Municipal Court -- 1st Quarter 2019 I. Municipal Court Infraction Statistics 2018 Prior 2019 Prior 2019 Year Quarters January February March YTD Total Filings—Proceedings During Year: 2019 Infractions Filed 12,403 0 1,124 951 1,119 3,194 Violations Charged 18,870 0 1,712 1,509 1,665 4,886 Mitigation Hearings 1066 0 64 43 60 167 Contested Hearings 282 0 35 19 15 69 Show Cause Hearings 140 0 8 4 8 20 Other Hearings On Record 2,474 0 215 202 179 596 Total 42,280 0 3,158 2,728 3,046 8,932 Dispositions During Year: 2019 Infractions Paid 3,019 - 213 196 325 734 Failure to Respond 122 - 3 4 5 12 Committed 5,457 - 446 337 374 1,157 Not Committed 167 - 29 10 9 48 Dismissed 1,824 - 219 135 148 502 Amended 66 - 7 6 3 16 Total Disposed 10,655 - 917 688 864 2,469 Municipal Court Traffic Infraction Revenues $1,062,893 $82,299 $94,104 $141,117 $317,520 Budget $1,367,599 $1,367,599 Page 2 4 Yakima Municipal Court -- 1st Quarter 2019 II. Municipal Court Criminal Statistics 2018 Prior 2019 Prior 2019 Year Quarters January February March YTD Total Filings During Year: Citations Filed 2,996 247 214 239 700 Violations Charged 3,928 339 286 315 940 Trial Settings During Year: Non Jury Trials Set - 0 0 0 - Jury Trials 1,802 213 141 143 497 Proceedings: Arraignments 2,560 231 172 209 612 Non Jury Trials - 0 0 0 - Jury Trials 5 0 0 0 - Stipulations to Record 13 0 0 1 1 Other Hearings 3,684 369 290 343 1,002 Dispositions: Bail Forfeitures - - Guilty 2,411 201 228 222 651 Not Guilty 5 0 0 0 - Dismissed 1,309 93 104 130 327 Amended 189 20 20 10 50 Deferred Driver/Other 603 133 41 37 55 Prosecution Resumed 135 9 12 7 28 Appeals to Superior Court 2 0 0 1 1 Total Disposition 4,654 - 364 401 425 1,190 Criminal Fines Revenue: DUI Penalties $82,301 $ _ $5,318 $5,866 $9,334 $20,518 Criminal Traffic 107,025 _ 8,038 9,076 12,176 29,289 Non-Traffic Misdemeanor 71,126 _ 7,927 5,733 10,489 24,148 Recoupments 110,048 _ 7,755 9,241 15,329 32,325 Total Fines $370,500 $0 $29,038 $29,915 $47,327 $106,281 Total Budget $344,630 $344,630 Page 3 5 Yakima Municipal Court -- 1st Quarter 2019 III. Public Safety Education Assessment (PSEA) Statistics 2018 Prior 2019 Prior 2019 Year Quarters January February March YED Total Public Safety Education Assessment $1,885,375 $0 $145,770 $136,338 $214,534 $496,642 (PSEA)Payments" *Required payments to State Public Safety Education. Revenue for these payments is included as part of the total fine. Revenue figures presented are net of these payments. IV. Collection Statistics -- Municipal Court Outstanding Time-Pay Contracts As of 3/31/2019 Outstanding Municipal Court Time-Pay Agreements"" $1,920,728 **After judgment the offender makes arrangements with the court to pay their outstanding fines. If the offender does not make a payment in 30 days and does not make an effort with the court to make other arrangements to pay,the account is considered in arrears. A final notice is mailed to the person in arrears. If ignored the account is then turned over to collection The collection agency is mandated by the state of Washington to write off accounts still owing ten years after the judgment date due to the statute of limitations. The statute of limitations covers all fines and restitution. V. Outside Collection Agency Statistics Following,please find Municipal Court's quarterly summary statistical report. 2019 and Prior Years Outside Collection Agency: """ Accounts Assigned in 2015 5,777,081 Accounts Assigned in 2016 6,242,859 Accounts Assigned in 2017 5,444,988 Accounts Assigned in 2018 4,566,646 Accounts Assigned in 2019 1,029,778 Total Assignments $23,061,352 Dollars Collected Since 2015 $5,304,328 Collection Performance Court Accounts 23.00% ***Net of cancellation Page 4 6 Qtrly.Report Municipal Court Year to 2019 First Quarter Prior January February March Date Total Infractions: Qtrs. Infractions Filed 1,124 951 1,119 3,194 Violations charged 1,712 1,509 1,665 4,886 Mitigation Hearings 64 43 60 167 Contested Hearings 35 19 15 69 Show Cause Hearings 8 4 8 20 Other/Deferred Findings 215 202 179 596 8,932 Dispositions: Paid 213 196 325 734 Committed FTR 3 4 5 12 Committed 446 337 374 1,157 Not Committed 29 10 9 48 Dismissed 219 135 148 502 Amended 7 6 3 16 2,469 Muni Court Traffic Infraction-MIP 0 0 Traffic Inraction Bureau-TIP 0 0 Total-Infractions 0 0 0 0 0 Prior Total Criminal: Qtrs. January February March Citations Filed 247 214 239 700 Violations Charged 339 286 315 940 Trial Settings: Non-Jury trial set 0 0 0 0 Jury Trials 213 141 143 497 Proceedings: Arraignments 231 172 209 612 Non-Jury Trials 0 0 0 0 Jury Trials 0 0 0 0 Stipulations to record 0 0 1 1 Other Hearings 369 290 343 1,002 Dispositions: Guilty 201 228 222 651 Not Guilty 0 0 0 0 Dismissed 93 104 130 327 Amended 20 20 10 50 Deferred Driver/Other 41 37 55 133 Prosecution Resumed 9 12 7 28 Appeals to Superior Court 0 0 1 1 Total 7 Qtrly.Report Municipal Court Year to 2019 First Quarter Prior January February March Date Total Infractions: Qtrs. Criminal Fines: Muni Ct. DWI Penalties-MWI 0 0 Muni Ct. Criminal Traffic-MTM 0 0 Muni Ct.Non-Traffic M.D.-MMP 0 0 Muni Court Recoupments-MCR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 YVCollection 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 7842 8916 8091 7023 1644 33,516 5777081 6242859 5444988 4566646 1029778 23,061,352 935121 1154081 1274513 1449904 490709 5,304,328 16.19% 18.49% 23.41% 31.75% 47.65% 23.00% 9 1 0 rte ) _4 YAKIMA CITY COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING June 24, 2019 City Hall —Council Chambers 5:30 p.m.Agenda Preview Meeting 1. Roll Call 2. Agenda preview for July 2 and 16, 2019 draft agendas 3. City Manager update 4. Council Committee update 5. Adjournment The next meeting will be a City Council regular meeting on July 2, 2019, at 5:30 p.m. at City Hall Any invocation that may be offered before the official start of the Council meeting shall be the voluntary offering of a private citizen, to and for the benefit of the Council. The views or beliefs expressed by the invocation speaker have not been previously reviewed or approved by the Council, and the Council does not endorse the religious beliefs or views of this, or any other speaker A Council packet is available for review at the City Clerk's Office and on-line at wvwvyakimawa.gov. The City provides special accommodations, such as hearing devices, wheelchair space or language interpreters, for City meetings.Anyone needing special assistance please contact the City Clerk's office at(509) 575-6037 at least two business days prior to the meeting. 11 411 ‘4" „.$1;731T:iN YAKIMA CITY COUNCIL July 2, 2019 City Hall --Council Chambers 5:30 p.m. Regular Meeting; 6 p.m. Public Hearings 1. Roll Call 2. Pledge of Allegiance 3. Interpreter Services 4. Open Discussion for the Good of the Order 5. Council Reports 6. Consent Agenda Items listed are considered routine by the City Council and will be enacted by one motion without discussion. A Council member may request o to rem ve an item from the Consent Agenda and, if approved, it will be placed on the regular agenda for discussion and consideration. A. May 2019 Investment Transactions report B. Set date of August 5, 2019, for a closed record public hearing to consider the Hearing Examiner's recommendation regarding a rezone application submitted by Triumph f Treatment Services property at 2708 Jerome Avenue C. Resolution authorizing an airport use agreement with the Unitedi2S. States Air Force, to lease property located at 0 Washington Avenue and 20 16th Avenue to support the 2019 Mobilityt 2 Guardian military exercise D. Resolution authorizing aamendment to an Interlocal agreement with Yakima County for Shaw Creek andWideHollown Creek Pre-Disaster Mitigation Floodt Control Project E. Resolution authorizingacontract with ABC Construction, to construct biogas system me improvents at the City of Yakima Wastewater Treatment Plant F. Ordinance amending the 2019 Budget for the City of Yakima, and making appropriations from Unappropriated Fund Balances within various Funds for expenditure during 2019 for various purposes including 2018 encumbrances (Second Reading) 7, Public Comment Community members are invited to address items that are not listed on the regular business meeting agenda.A guideline of three (3) minutes per speaker is in place in order to allow as much opportunity as possible for audience participation. A speaker's time may be extended at the discretion of the Mayor and/or the consensus or vote of the Council. Written communication and e-mail messages are strongly encouraged. PUBLIC HEARINGS 12 8. Public hearing and Ordinance on the 96th and Tieton Annexation in the vicinity of S 96th A and Tieton Dr 9. First of two Public Hearings to consider:A)Adoption of the 2020-2025 Six-year Transportation Improvement Plan and amend the Metropolitan Transportation Plan; and B)Amending the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan Capital Facilities Element CITY MANAGER UPDATE 10. Community Integration Committee request for 2020 Census support 11. Other Business 12. Adjournment The next meeting will be a City Council regular meeting on July 16, 2019, at 5:30 p.m. at City Hall 13. Council General Information A. Council General Information B. Distribution of the Complete Record for the preliminary plat of Vista Ridge Phase 2 located in the vicinity of S 72nd Ave&Coolidge Rd Any invocation that may be offered before the official start of the Council meeting shall be the voluntary offering of a private citizen, to and for the benefit of the Council. The views or beliefs expressed by the invocation speaker have not been previously reviewed or approved by the Council, and the Council does not endorse the religious beliefs or views of this, or any other speaker. A Council packet is available for review at the City Clerk's Office and on-line at www.yakimawa.gov. The City provides special accommodations, such as hearing devices, wheelchair space or language interpreters, for City meetings.Anyone needing special assistance please contact the City Clerk's office at(509) 575-6037 at least two business days prior to the meeting. 13 CITY MEETING SCHEDULE For June 17—June 24, 2019 Please note: Meetings are subject to change Tuesday. June 18 10:00 am. County Commissioners— Council Chambers 5:30 p.m. City Council — Council Chambers ednesday. June 19 11:00 am. Bid opening —Council Chambers Thursday, June 20 9:30 a.m. Hearing Examiner— Council Chambers Friday, June 21 8:30 a.m. Council Partnership Committee—2nd Floor Conference Room Mondayi,June 24 5:30 p.m. Council agenda preview— Council Chambers 14 Office of Mayor/City Council Preliminary Future Activities Calendar Please Note: Meetings are subject to change Meeting Organization Meeting Purpose Participants Meeting Location Date/Time Mon. June 17 1:30 p.m. YVCOG Executive Scheduled Meeting Hill YVCOG Committee meeting Tue. June 18 8:30 a.m. Tourism Promotion Area Board Meeting Mendez Convention Center Board 5:30 p.m. City Council meeting Scheduled Meeting Council Council Chambers Wed. June 19 12:00 p.m. OIC Board meeting Board Meeting Gutierrez OIC 5:00 p.m. Yakima Valley Museum Board Meeting Hill Yakima Valley Board Museum f , Thur. June 20 4:00 pm. , YCDA Board meeting Board Me«eting Gutierrez New Vision , Fri. June 21 8:30 a.m. Council Partnership Scheduled Meeting Mendez, Coffey, 2nd Floor Conference Committee Hill Room Mon. June 24 12:00 p.m. Capitol Theatre Board Board Meeting Mendez Capitol Theatre 5:30 p.m. Council agenda preview Scheduled Meeting Council Council Chambers meeting Wed. June 26 3:00 p.m. Yakima Planning Scheduled Meeting Council Chambers Commission 5:30 p.m. Historic Preservation Scheduled Meeting White Council Chambers Commission ' 1 . Thur. June 27 8:30 a.m. YAKCORP Board meeting Board Meeting Mendez SunComm 1:30 p.m. Council Economic Scheduled Meeting Cousens, 2nd Floor Conference Development Committee Gutierrez, White Room 3:00 p.m. Council Public Safety Scheduled Meeting Cousens, White, 2nd Floor Conference Committee meeting Gutierrez Room 4:00 p.m. Yakima Valley Tourism Scheduled Event Open Convention Center Annual meeting