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02/07/2012 00 Action Minutes . Ik s s.� iF YAKIMA CITY COUNCIL February 7, 2012 Council Chambers -- City Hall 5 PM Executive Session, 6 PM Business Meeting, 7 PM Public Heanngs Ea + Back Pnnt EXECUTIVE SESSION 1 Roll Call 2 Executive Session regarding Pending Litigation ❑ ItemAOOroaalSheet htnf BUSINESS MEETING 1 Roll Call Present Council Mayor Micah Cawley presiding Assistant Mayor Maureen Adkison Council Members Sara Bristol Kathy Coffey Rick Ensey Dave Ettl and Bill Lover Staff Interim City Manager Morales City Attorney Cutter and City Clerk Kloster 2 Pledge of Allegiance Mayor Cawley led the Pledge of Allegiance 3 Open Discussions for the Good of the Order A Proclamations B Presentations /recognitions /introductions Mayor Cawley introduced the Boy Scouts and several troops introduced themselves and stated which merit badge they are working towards C Status reports on prior meetings citizen service requests i Response to Glenda Phillips' question regarding the City's banking servicesat the City Council meeting January 17 2012 ❑ ItemA,OroaalSheet htni D Appointments to Boards Commissions and Council Committees There are no appointments at this time however Mayor Cawley reminded everyone that applications are being accepted for the DYBID Elections Committee Interim Manager Morales suggested adding additional duties to the Elections Committee so work is not delayed in waiting for the Advisory Committee to be formed 4 Consent Agenda Page 1 of617 Mayor Cawley referred to the items placed on the Consent Agenda, questioning whether there were any additions or deletions from either Council members or citizens present There were no changes The City Clerk read the Consent Agenda items, including resolutions and ordinances by title The motion carried by unanimous roll call vote (Items on the Consent Agenda are handled under one motion without further discussion ) Motion Approve, Moved by Maureen Adkison, Seconded by Kathy Coffey Passed 7 -0 Council Members voting Aye Adkison , Bristol , Cawley , Coffey , Ensey , Ettl , Lover A. Consideration of approval of City Council Meeting Minutes B Consideration of approval of Council Committee Meeting Minutes C. 2011 4th Quarter Capital Improvement Projects Report Item Results Approved ❑ Quarterly Eno report 4th 2011 02.07 -12 FINAL.docx ❑ CAPITAL PROJECTS WORKING FILE xis ❑ ItemApprovalSheet.html D. 4th Quarter 2011 Claim Report and Resolution authorizing and Item Results approving 4th Quarter 2011 claims activity Approved ❑ Resolution re Claims Report - 4th Qtr 2011- 2 -7 -12 docx ❑ 4th Quarter 2011 Claims Report for 2 -7 -2012 pdf ❑ ItemApprovaiSheet html E Final Contract Payment for Ken Leingang Excavating, Inc for Item Results Carriage Hill Pump Station Decommission Project and Gravity Outfall Approved Sewer Extension City Project No 2234 (Standard Motion V -B- Accept the project and approve the final payment) ❑ Leinganq 2328 FINAL xlsx ❑ ItemApprovaiSheet html F. Final Contract Payment for Ken Leingang Excavating, Inc for Capitol Item Results Theatre Alley Repair - City Project - AS2332 (Standard Motion V -B- Approved Accept the project and approve the final payment) ❑ FINAL xlsx ❑ ItemApprovaiSheet html G. Final Contract Payment for Leone, Keeble & Moen, a Joint Venture -- Item Results Capitol Theatre Production Center, City Project No 2284 (Standard Approved Motion V -B - Accept the project and approve the final payment) ❑ LKB Final pdf ❑ ItemApprovaiSheet html H. Ordinance amending Section 4 16 030 of the City of Yakima Item Results Municipal Code relating to health and sanitation, concerning notice of Approved abatement ❑ Ordinance re Abatement signature doc ❑ ItemApprovalSheet.html I. Ordinance relating to the Fire Code, amending Section 10 05 025 (A) Item Results and (E) regarding responsibility for enforcement of the Uniform Fire Approved Code pursuant to annual inspections ❑ ORDINANCE FIRE CODE AMEND Inspections January 11 2012 doc Page 2 of 617 ❑ FIRE CODE CHAPTER 10 05 02-07-12 docx ❑ ItemApprovalSheet html J Resolution authorizing Agreement with Fulcrum Environmental Item Results Consulting, Inc , for services required to remove two underground Approved storage tanks at Fire Station No 94 ❑ R -2012- Fulcrum contract storage tank removal docx ❑ Fulcrum - Fire Station UST Removal doc ❑ ItemApprovalSheet html K. Resolution authorizing agreements pursuant to a loan application to Item Results the WA Department of Ecology State Revolving Fund for a 25% Approved forgivable principal loan of $3,751,414 to fund capital improvement projects at the City's Wastewater Treatment Plant ❑ RES NO R -2012- SRF Ecology 3,751,414 docx ❑ Ecology SRF Loan Agreement 2012 pdf ❑ Attachments 1, 2, and 3 SRF Loan 2012 pdf ❑ Attachment 4 SRF Loan 2012.pdf ❑ Attachment 5 and 6 SRF Loan 2012 pdf ❑ Attachment 7 and 8 SRF Loan 2012.pdf ❑ ItemApprovalSheet html L Resolution authorizing an agreement regarding a loan from the Item Results Drinking Water State Revolving Fund totaling $3,514,800 for the Approved Water Treatment Plant Backwash Storage Project ❑ RES NO R -2012- DWSRF Lagoons docx ❑ DM11 -038 Yakima doc ❑ ItemApprovalSheet html M Resolution authorizing two Pipeline License Agreements with BNSF Item Results Railway for the City of Yakima's Industrial Waste Collection System Approved within "H" St between Front St and First Avenue ❑ RES BNSF Railway Pipeline License docx ❑ 20120117121917 pdf ❑ 20120117122137 pdf ❑ 20120117122300 pdf ❑ 20120117122334 pdf ❑ ItemApprovalSheet html N Resolution for an agreement with the City of Selah for Prisoner Item Results Housing Approved ❑ 2012 RESOLUTION Selah Interlocal Jail Agreement doc ❑ Jail Contract Yakima -Selah 2012 doc ❑ Selah Attachment A 2012 doc ❑ ItemApprovalSheet html 0. Resolution regarding Interlocal Agreement with Clallam Transit Item Results System for Leasing of Buses Approved ❑ Clallam Bus Lease Resolution doc ❑ Clallam Transit Yakima Transit Bus Lease2012 doc ❑ ItemApprovalSheet html P Resolution authorizing an Extension of an Interlocal Agreement with Item Results Page 3 of 617 the City of Selah for the provision of Yakima Transit fixed -route and Approved paratransit services within the City of Selah ❑ Selah Transit ILA Amendment 2012 - Resolution doc ❑ Selah Transit ILA Amendment 2012 doc ❑ Selah Transit ILA Amendment 2012 - Appdx B pdf ❑ ItemApprovalSheet html Q. Resolution authorizing the City Attorney of the City of Yakima to Item Results consent to a settlement entered into by insurance company St Paul Approved Fire and Marine Insurance Company ( "Travelers ") to resolve and settle the lawsuit brought by Juan Antonio Hernandez Ortega ❑ Resolution re Juan Antonio Hernandez Ortega Settlement for 2 -7 -12 docx ❑ Mediated Settlement Agreement dated 1 -18 -2012 re Juan Antonio Hernandez Ortega v City pdf ❑ ItemApprovalSheet html 5. Audience Participation Charles Noel, 1101 N 4th Street, complained about the Federal Government devaluing the money of our country He also spoke against increasing car tab fees and complained about city employees having too many benefits and more pay than he has He questioned the street budget and Mayor Cawley noted the information is in the budget, which would be sent to him Candle Turner, 7800 W Mead, welcomed Sara Bristol to the Council She expressed safety concerns about center street blockers at 50th Avenue and Summitview Avenue's near Banner Bank, and at 64th Avenue and Nob Hill Boulevard She commented that the City Council should choose Michael Morales as the next City Manager as he is very responsive and knowledgeable Bill Duerr, 3206 W Yakima Avenue, noted he was speaking for himself and on behalf of Barge Chestnut Neighborhood Association He reiterated his previous request for the City Council to earmark street right -of -way vacation compensation from Memorial Hospital to be used for future traffic calming and other street projects in the Barge Chestnut neighborhood Council Member Coffey noted historically half of the amount will go into the street budget and the remainder in the city's budget During these economic times it would be difficult for the City to earmark all of it for one fund Mayor Cawley stated the City has a good relationship with the Barge Chestnut Association and plans to continue it Mr Duerr requested a letter from Interim Manager Morales indicating the City's plans for the area It was Council consensus to send a response letter John Cooper, CEO of the Yakima Visitor and Convention Bureau, 322 S 76th, reiterated the importance for the City to move as thoughtfully and rapidly as possible with the PBIA process Mr Cooper briefed Council on the activities of the Visitor and Convention Center and noted future bookings are looking solid He distributed the Yakima Valley Visitor and Convention Bureaus 2011 annual report to the City Council Council Member Coffey noted they are doing a wonderful job at the Convention Center PUBLIC HEARINGS 6 Closed Record Public Hearing and Ordinance to consider the Hearing Examiner's Item recommendation on a project specific rezone requested by Richard Ehlers located at Results 724 N 34th Avenue Approved ❑ ORDINANCE Rezone EHLERS January 6_2012.doc ❑ HE RECONIVENDATION and DECISION - Richard Ehlers - RZ CL3 pdf ❑ CC PACKET - Richard Ehlers - RZ CL3 SEPA pdf ❑ ItemApprovalSheet html Page 4 of 617 7 Closed record public hearing and Resolution for consideration of the preliminary plat of Item Englewood Ridge, Two Bluffs, LLC developers Results Approved ❑ CC- PRE PLAT Resolution - Englewood Ridge doc ❑ YPC RECOMMENDATION - Two Bluffs - PLP003 -11 pdf ❑ CC PACKET - Two Bluffs LLC - PLP SEPA pdf ❑ ItemApprovalSheet html 8 Transportation Benefit District (TBD) Public Hearing and Ordinance to hear from the Item public on the creation of a TBD, comprising the corporate limits of the City, to fund and Results complete the projects listed in the City's 5 -Year Failed Arterials Repair Program Approved ❑ TBD Discussion Points for 020712 doc ❑ ORD NO 2012- establish TBD docx ❑ TBD Exhibit A doc ❑ TBD - 12 -09 -11 Memo to Council re TBD docx ❑ R- 2012 -11 Transportation Benefit TBD public hearing set date pdf ❑ MRSC Transportaion Benefit Districts pdf ❑ AWC TBD Legislation in Effect pdf ❑ ItemApprovalSheet html CITY MANAGER'S REPORTS 9. After - action Report on January 2012 Snow Event ❑ SNOW AND ICE CONTROL PLAN doc ❑ snowpiowroutes.pdf ❑ sno ❑ ItemApprovalSheet.html 10. Other Business *Mayor Cawley noted the Council recently received an email from Mr Baenzinger on the revised profile for the City Manager recruitment and questioned if Council had any feedback as the job announcement will be out soon There was no feedback *Council Member Ettl questioned the status on the new hires for police officer positions Interim City Manager Morales will provide a report at the next meeting *Interim City Manager Morales asked if Council had any specific topics they would like to discuss at a study session as discussed at the retreat He reported he asked Department Directors if they have any major issues the Council might want to assign to a study session There is currently a request from the County to meet on flood plain issues, which could be part of an overall study session for environmental issues including Wastewater and Water There are also issues related to the Comprehensive Plan as well as potential budget cuts to CDBG and Home Budgets, which could be discussed at the same meeting He would like to bring the CDBG issue back as a report to Council at the February 21 meeting as choices need to be made on elimination of programs /services Mayor Cawley indicated the CDBG budget and the Comprehensive Plan could be their first study session topic Mr Morales believes April will be an appropriate time for a study session on the Airport, possibly with the County Council Member Ensey noted they also talked about a study session on levels of service at the retreat A The City Council will not councilmanically raise the car tab fees Item Results Approved 11 Adjournment Page 5 of 617 Meeting adjourned at 8 18 p m Motion Approve, Moved by Sara Bristol, Seconded by Rick Ensey Passed 7 -0 Council Members voting Aye Adkison , Bristol , Cawley , Coffey , Ensey , Ettl , Lover The next Council Business meeting will be February 21 at 6 PM in the Yakima City Hall Council Chambers ❑ ItemApprovalSheet html CERTIFICATION READ AND CERTIFIED ACCURATE BY COUNCIL MEMBER DATE COUNCIL MEMBER DATE ATTEST CITY CLERK MAYOR Page 6 of 617