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08/20/2019 06A Draft Council Minutes Approval a\'4\lyy bxk ik 1 + PPP • ri PPPPPP+Pd s' lii it tYlltYlA.\ta. BUSINESS OF THE CITY COUNCIL YAKIMA, WASHINGTON AGENDA STATEM ENT Item No. 6.A. For Meeting of:August 20, 2019 ITEM TITLE: Approval of the minutes from the August 5, 2019 City Council regular meeting SUBMITTED BY: 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 Upload Date Type -5 / /2019 r Me o 2 'iA1AhiY dk r�td a /o ;A'ZAA YAKIMA CITY COUNCIL August 5, 2019 City Hall -- Council Chambers 5:30 p.m. Regular Meeting; 6:00 p.m. Public Hearings -- MINUTES 1. Roll Call Council: Mayor Kathy Coffey, presiding,Assistant Mayor Dulce Gutierrez, Councilmembers Holly Cousens, Kay Funk, Brad Hill, Carmen Mendez and Jason White Staff: City Manager Cliff Moore, City Attorney Jeff Cutter and City Clerk Sonya Claar Tee 2. Pledge of Allegiance Mayor Coffey led the Pledge of Allegiance. 3. Interpreter Services Mayor Coff • ced enor annou • es are available. 4. Open Dis« .sion f• th: ood • he A. ' •clam. ins National Health Center Week proclamation Mayor Coffey proclaimed the week of August 4-10, 2019 as National Health Center Week and Anita Monoian, CEO of Yakima Neighborhood Health Services, accepted it. B. Presentations/ Recognitions/ Introductions Gang Reduction Intervention Task Force (GRIT) update Senior Assistant City Attorney Sara Watkins provided an update and PowerPoint on the Gang Reduction Intervention Task Force's final report, which was set up and funded by the Governor's Gang Proviso money. She reported currently there is no funding to continue this program; however, there are two pending grant funding requests and hopes the Steering Committee will be on the lookout for other grant opportunities. Earl Lee, City resident, talked about his gang related programs and feels the best way to deal with gangs is through communication. William Chichenoff, City resident, shared his concerns with gang activity. C. Appointments to Boards, Commissions and Council Committees Appointments to Boards& Committees MOTION: Mendez moved and Cousens seconded to appoint Dawn Noel King to the Page 1 of 5 3 Historic Preservation Commission. The motion carried by unanimous vote. 5. Council Reports A. Ad Hoc Homeless Facility Review Committee Summary Report Senior Assistant City Attorney Sara Watkins and Mayor Coffey provided a report from the Ad Hoc Homeless Facility Review Committee and thanked all the contributors. Ms. Watkins stated the Committee recommends the following to the City Council: 1. The subject site has limitations, but the City should proceed with a process to determine interest from the housing provider community in a housing project for this location. 2. Once the land use appeal has been resolved, the City may begin the procurement process within 90 days from the lawsuit settlement. 3. The potential facility may be more than a low barrier shelter and should include some transitional housing and some support services with outreach or case management. The program specifics would be vetted in public process. 4. When selecting a future partner, the City Council is encouraged to give priority to an agency/business that has a proven track record of maintaining and operating facility plans. After Council discussion, MOTION: Coffey moved and Gutierrez seconded to have a study session in regards to the homeless facility. The motion carried by unanimous vote. B. I tuna na ip s ittee rt Councilme er Men, z r ._ .n the hip e me g of July 19, 2019. C. I • -alth Comm6 ' i and Ne b ood Building ommittee report Councilmember Hill reported on the Healthy Communities and Neighborhood Building Committee meeting of July 18, 2019. 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. There were no changes. 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: Gutierrez moved and Cousens seconded to approve the consent agenda. The motion carried by unanimous vote. A. Approval of the minutes from the July 16, 2019 City Council regular meeting, July 23, 2019 City Council special meeting and July 30, 2019 City Council study session B. Accept Council Committee minutes C. 2019 2nd Quarter Accounts Receivable Status Report D. Set September 3, 2019, as the public hearing date to consider the Yakima Planning Page 2 of 5 4 Commission's recommendations on five (5) Comprehensive Plan map amendments and concurrent Rezone applications E. Resolution authorizing Professional Services Contract for property and casualty insurance broker and risk management services with PayneWest Insurance, Inc. RESOLUTION NO. R-2019-073,A RESOLUTION authorizing a Professional Services Contract for property and casualty insurance broker and risk management services with PayneWest Insurance, Inc. F. Resolution authorizing a sole source purchase for goods and services from e3 Solutions Inc. to upgrade the Yakima Air Terminal-McAllister Field's Honeywell access control system to the City's standard access control platform including future upgrades and additions for the Yakima Air Terminal-McAllister Field and other departments RESOLUTION NO. R-2019-074,A RESOLUTION authorizing a sole source purchase for goods and services from e3 Solutions Inc. to upgrade the Yakima Air Terminal-McAllister Field's Honeywell access control system to the City's standard access control platform including future upgrades and additions for the Yakima Air Terminal-McAllister Field and other departments. G. Resolution approving an interlocal agreement with the U.S. Department of the Army for a one-year license to use the Yakima Training Center Military Reservation for training purposes RESOLUT ` ` • --21 9-07 , RES TION pproving an I r ocal agreement with the U.S. D: :rtment th m ' c on: , -. icen the Ya a Training Center Military Re- ation ' tr. s pose• H. I - - am: sing the k . •r Divisit B Water Use kima Municipal Code Section 7.68.251 ORDINANCE NO. 2019-016,AN ORDINANCE amending Yakima Municipal Code section 7.68.251: Bulk Rate. 7. Public Comment Matt Lunstrum, City resident, shared his concerns about the Yakima School District Board. PUBLIC HEARINGS 8. First public input meeting on the 2018 Consolidated Annual Performance Evaluation Report (CAPER) ONDS Manager Archie Matthews briefed Council on the 2018 Consolidated Annual Performance Evaluation Report and stated it will be brought back for a second public input meeting at the August 20 Council meeting. Mayor Coffey opened the public hearing and, with no one coming forward to speak, closed the hearing. 9. Closed record public meeting to consider the Hearing Examiner's recommendation regarding a rezone application submitted by Triumph Treatment Services for property at 2708 Jerome Avenue Page 3 of 5 5 Associate Planner Eric Crowell briefed Council on the item. Mayor Coffey opened the public hearing and, with no one coming forward to speak, closed the hearing. MOTION: Gutierrez moved and Mendez seconded to approve the rezone. The motion carried by unanimous vote. Mayor Coffey announced this will be brought back as an ordinance at the next Council meeting. DEPARTMENT ITEMS 10. 2019 2nd Quarter Financial Report Finance& Budget Director Steve Groom briefed Council on the 2nd Quarter Financial Report. 11. Ordinance repealing City of Yakima Municipal Code Chapter 9.25 Cruising Control Senior Assistant City Attorney Bronson Faul introduced the item. After Council discussion, MOTION: Cousens moved and White seconded to table this item until the first meeting in September. The motion carried by unanimous vote. Rhonda Cook, City resident, shared her support for repealing the cruising ordinance. 12. Resolution expressing the City Council's intent to adopt legislation authorizing the imposition of the maximum capacity available from the City's annual taxable retail sales and use tax, as provided for in Substitute House Bill 1406 effective July 28, 2019, to be used for the provision of affordable housing opportunities within the City City Attorne -r . -fed C. cil o esol n. The City erk read the resolution by title only MOTION: • • ed d Co n econ t dopt the re lution. The motion carried by unanimous vote. RESOLUTION NO. R-2019-076,A RESOLUTION expressing the City Council's intent to adopt legislation authorizing the imposition of the maximum capacity available from the City's annual taxable retail sales and use tax, as provided for in Substitute House Bill 1406 effective July 28, 2019, to be used for the provision of affordable housing opportunities within the City. 13. Other Business Councilmember Hill stated they received a request from Russ Mazzola for a resolution asking all members of our community to recognize Veterans Day at the 11 th hour of the 11 th day of the 11 th month by a cessation of speech and movement for one minute at 11 a.m. After Council discussion, it was Council consensus to bring this back as a proclamation at the November 5, 2019 Council regular meeting agenda. Councilmember Hill stated the Council previously agreed to have parliamentary training after the new councilmember election results were certified. MOTION: Hill moved and Mendez seconded to add a discussion of the proposal for parliamentary procedure training to the August 20 agenda. The motion carried by unanimous vote. Councilmember White reported on an art project at North 6th Street and Lincoln. Councilmember Cousens reported a delegation from our Sister City, Hadong County, will be in Yakima for the Sunfair Parade. Page 4 of 5 6 14. Adjournment MOTION: Gutierrez moved and Mendez seconded to adjourn to the next Council regular meeting on August 20, 2019, at 5:30 p.m. in the Council Chambers at City Hall. The motion carried by unanimous vote. The meeting adjourned at 7:30 p.m. CERTIFICATION READ AND CERTIFIED ACCURATE BY COUNCIL MEMBER DATE COUNCIL MEMBER DATE ATTEST: CITY CLERK MAYOR DRAFT Page 5 of 5