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03/20/2012 14 Council General Information • BUSINESS OF THE CITY COUNCIL YAKIMA, WASHINGTON /� AGENDA STATEMENT Item No. For Meeting of: March 20, 2012 ITEM TITLE: SUBMITTED BY: CONTACT PERSON/TELEPHONE: SUMMARY EXPLANATION: • 1. City Meeting Schedule for week of March 19; 2012 2. Preliminary Future Activities Calendar as of March 19, 2012 3. 3/15/12 Weekly Issues Report 4. Preliminary Council Agenda 5. 3/14/12 Memo from Nancy Fortier, Refuse and Recycling Manager- Update on Department of Ecology Waste Tire Efforts for 2011 -2012 6. Lily Yeh, Founder of Barefoot Artists who revitalize neighborhoods around the globe -- Community Invitation for April 2, 2012 at the Seasons Performance Hall Resolution Ordinance Other (specify) Contract: Mail to: Contract Term: Amount: Expiration Date: Insurance Required? No Funding Phone: Source: APPROVED FOR SUBMITTAL: City Manager ': - • , STAFF RECOMMENDATION: BOARD /COMMISSION RECOMMENDATION: ATTACHMENTS: • Click to download No Attachments Available CITY MEETING SCHEDULE For March 19, 2012 — March 26, 2012 Please note: Meetings are subject to change Monday, March 19 10:00 a.m. City Council Media Briefing — Council Chambers Tuesday, March 20 10:00 a.m. Yakima County Commissioners Agenda Meeting — Council Chambers 2:00 p.m. Yakima County Gang Commission Meeting — YPD Training Room 4:30 p.m. City Council Executive Session — Council Chambers 6:00 p.m. City Council Meeting — Council Chambers Wednesday, March 21 12:00 p.m. PAL Board Meeting — PAL Center 12:00 p.m. YCDA New Vision Annual Meeting — Convention Center 6:30 p.m. Community Review Board — Council Chambers Thursday, March 22 7:30 a.m. Airport Board Meeting — Airport Conference Room 9:30 a.m. DYBID Elections Committee Meeting — City Manager's Conference Room 10:00 a.m. County Hearing Examiner — Council Chambers 1:30 p.m. EMS and Trauma Board Meeting — Yakima Memorial Hospital Monday, March 26 12:00 p.m. Greenway Board Meeting — Greenway Visitors Center 12:00 p.m. Capitol Theatre Board Meeting — Capitol Theatre Office Of Mayor /City Council Preliminary Future Activities Calendar Please Note Meetings are subject to change } M ;`h k „�, *, a ; : Meetin Locatioriit a :: , , yleetin z. ,:iOr anizatiot .r,, T, a Meeting; „Purposes$,, i Participants . .. 9 ;,•.•. , , .g ;;5.., g �� cf• P`3s� R;�'� ». Y �> , ..k^r: .� : s n.v ,�7 +. �L s a° ,�;`r yt's+r� :, , ?�'a.�.�✓ i 7,,: -a �.;c ,a,�„ .. .� n .�4' i ° i:.� �+a �• �; � ;W:,; '• ._<.. •"rs.:, :',',,:,',:',7 i , _�, i; »7 a, ..: :ke. ,i�, �. q .... ., ,. .,� ^,. �+..,:•bz, , s t ; , w Mon. Mar. 19 10:00 a m City Council Media Briefing Scheduled Meeting Lover Council Chambers 1:30 p.m. YVVCB Board Meeting Board Meeting Ensey YVCOG Office 5:30 p.m .... 22 Study Session _Scheduled Meeting Adkison Airport Conference Room Tue. Mar. 20 12:00 p.m Miscellaneous Issues Scheduled Meeting Cawley, Adkison TBD 2:00 p.m Yakima County Gang Scheduled Meeting Adkison Yakima Police Dept. Special Commission Ops Training Room 4 30 p.m. City Council Executive Scheduled Meeting Council Council Chambers Session 6 00 • m. Cit Council Meetin• Scheduled MeetinL Council Council Chambers Wed. Mar. 21 12:00 p m PAL Board Meeting Board Meeting Coffey PAL Center 12.00 p m. New Vision Annual Meeting Scheduled Meeting Open Convention Center Thur. Mar. 22 )7 30 a m. Airport Board Meeting Board Meeting Adkison Airport Conference Room 9:30 a m DYBID Elections Scheduled Meeting Bristol City Manager's Conference Committee meeting Room 1 EMS & Trauma Board Board Meetin Lover Yakima Memorial Mon. Mar. 26 12.00 p m. Greenway Board Meeting Board Meeting Ettl Greenway Visitors Center 12.00 p m. Capitol Theatre Board Board Meeting Bristol Capitol Theatre Meetin• Tue. Mar. 27 10.00 a m. Council Study Session with Scheduled Meeting Council Council Chambers Department Directors 12:00 m Miscellaneous Issues Scheduled Meetin Cawley, Adkison TBD Wed. Mar. 28 12.00 p.m YVVCB Board Meeting Board Meeting Adkison Yakima Convention Center Room F 4 30 p.m Arts Commission Scheduled Meeting Adkison CED Conference Room 5 p m. Historic Preservation Scheduled Meeting Bristol Council Chambers Commission ,1015.4.11=11=12671.119,1¢11.9.1.01. AMIC911911101.4121.111.221 Mon. April 2 . _....._. .�_... ......w 10:00 a.m City Council Media Briefing Scheduled Meeting Adkison Council Chambers . . ae • . A P ri 200 p m. Miscellaneous Issues Scheduled Meeting Cawley, Adkison TBD 4.30 p.m. (T) City Council Executive Scheduled Meeting Council Council Chambers Session 6:00 • m. Cit Council Meetin• Scheduled Meetin• Council Council Chambers Thur. April 5 4:00 p.m GFI Steering Committee Scheduled Meeting Adkison, Coffey, CWCMH Meeting Ettl 6'00 p.m. Regional Fire Authority Scheduled Meeting Cawley, Coffey, Station 86 Adkison Fri. April 6 8:00 a m. Sister Cit Meetin• Scheduled Meetin• Adkison CED Conference Room • l-" MEMORANDUM March 15, 2012 TO: The Honorable Mayor and City Council Members FROM: Jeff Cutter, Acting City Manager SUBJECT: Weekly Issues Report • 2010 STATE AUDIT — ACCOUNTABILITY REPORT: The State Auditor completed the City's 2010 audit. The Accountability Report contains the results of the City's compliance with state laws and regulations and the City's own policies and procedures. There were no "findings" as a result of the audit. You can access the report by entering the URL below: http: / /www.sao.wa.gov /EN/ Audits / Pages /Search /AuditReportSearch.aspx. Click on ADVANCED SEARCH and enter Audit Report Number 1007357. If you would like a hard copy please let Cally know and she will print it for you. • FEDERAL GRANT AWARD: The City's GFI Committee partnered with Yakima County on a Community Delinquency Prevention Grant. The grant was awarded at $70,063; the amount requested in the application. The City of Yakima will receive $10,000 for programming efforts. The remaining funds will go to Sunnyside and Toppenish so those two cities can replicate Yakima's GFI model. • DYBID ELECTIONS COMMITTEE: The DYBID Elections Committee (Roger Wilson, Kathi Bonlender, Liz McGree, Brad Christianson, and Joe Mann) will be meeting with Council member Bristol on Thursday, March 22 at 9:30 to review the Board applications. • NEW VISION ANNUAL MEETING: New Vision's Annual Meeting will be on Wednesday, March 21 at noon at the Convention Center. The speaker this year is Glenn Johnson, President of Horizon Airlines. He will discuss his company's outlook for the future and talk about the challenges of serving smaller cities during these challenging times for his industry. PRELIMINARY FUTURE COUNCIL AGENDA March 27 10:00 a.m. City Council Study Session — Council Chambers April 3 (T) 4:30 p.m. Executive Session — Council Chambers 6:00 p.m. Business Meeting — Council Chambers • Presentation and introduction of artist Lily Yeh • Second reading of ordinance approving 2011 encumbrance appropriations • 2011 year end budget report • Ordinance authorizing revenue bond refund • Resolution approving severance agreement provision in police chief contract • Resolution revising plumbing code • Resolution authorizing a Professional Services agreement with Huibregtse, Louman Associates for the extension of the City's industrial wastewater collection system in the vicinity of 23 Avenue and River Road 7:00 p.m. Public Hearings 3/16/2012 10:39 AM 1 March 14, 2012 TO: Interim City Manager, Michael Morales Members of the Yakima City Council FROM: Nancy Fortier, Refuse and Recycling Manager SUBJECT: Update on Department of Ecology Waste Tire Efforts for 2011- 2012 In August 2011, the Refuse Division received $18,637.00 in funding from the Department of Ecology Waste Tire Removal Account for the 2011 -2012 biennium. The. funding is intended to be used by the Refuse Division for costs associated with the removal and disposal of illegally dumped tires and tire piles throughout the city limits. In 2011 a surveillance camera was purchased and mounted at a location known for illegal dumping activity, in an attempt to identify individuals and vehicles being used to illegally dump tires. Although no individuals have been identified to date, the camera has been a deterrent to illegal dumping at this particular location. In 2011, the grant funding paid $669 for the removed and disposed of 329 tires from various locations throughout the city of Yakima. This year, 351 tires have been removed and disposed of by the Refuse Division and volunteers from Office of Neighborhood Development. The cost for labor and equipment in 2012 has been $969. Landfill 2011 Tire Grant Totals Date Each Tons Fees Labor Equipment Totals Oct - 11 112 1.21 $181.50 $28.00 $15.00 $224 50 Nov - 11 99 1 15 $172.50 $28 00 $15 00 $215.50 Dec - 11 118 1.24 $186.00 $28 00 $15.00 $229 00 2011 Tire Grant Totals 329 3.6 $540.00 $84.00 $45.00 $669.00 Landfill 2012 Tire Grant Totals Each Tons Fees Labor Equipment Totals Jan - 12 171 2.56 $384.00 $56 00 $30 00 $470 00 Feb - 12 104 1.19 $178.50 $56 00 $30 00 $264 50 Mar - 12 76 1 08 $148 50 $56.00 $30.00 $234 50 2012 Year to Date Totals 351 4.83 $711.00 $168.00 $90.00 $969.00 11 ti 1j` r ,, �, y • •1. r ' • y}j '; %`. '' is r r „ fr f It ; ,.. ,�tt w . y.` ,, d , r• . , + ! Nmim . r rqi • . :It • IT ''' 7 ‘••• 19 • * s 7 ' 1 , 4 %1 , - ek,r s ' r • < , Itt C k.. Clam t' i 7. •°[ ..tip -°i r :r •c Y ` '+} ii .. �� • •J' 3 • . i 1 t yyrIlt- ' ". fir T.: _ � . 64 . 4,V 4kli . le M+ f G� y� � � ' , qqa- S' . A ,� r 1 �'.: 1 i t• � �sf B FI ' 4 ■ri =,6 sf L . ' : . 'VLi. Y aS'i + f • Y r :r' 41 1 ; ' ` • .!'' . . 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' I t ip ii t r." ,' '11 IT % ‘ I ... , - JP t ":r- . l ir . ; A 14 1 ,, 1 ■IG i , . . :.: . ' ..: :: . I / . • ' ., . ' ' 7 i . .1 • % pi., • , , ; - • : , • ,. , iv 1 4 . 4 ' • ,,).. • ; I . .A ., . 0 I . .', % 1.4 , .. ‘ ." .‘, • .' . '‘'.. J 4 1 1 . 4 . / 4 L. ' 4 0 , %•• - , : . .7 i ' r ' *k •r• 1 4 ' p , I J, .4 s ,1, • s . ek, ,.. .,.,.. .-• t; -. % i l ' . l' ' • ." .. ' • . On April 2, 2012, Yakima citizens will have an opportunity to engage and participate in our community in an entirely new way to create solutions for pressing issues like gangs. yh L • is the founder of—and force behind—Barefoot Artists, an organization that revitalizes neighborhoods around the globe, through the transformative power of art. Lily will share her story and will relate possibilities for Yakima — ideas to improve our community through a participatory, multifaceted project that will foster community empowerment, improve the physical environment, promote economic development and preserve and promote our cultural heritage. Brought to you by these generous community sponsors: Yakima Valley Community Foundation, Members of the Yakima LIGHT Project, Yakima Valley Museum, The Seasons, Yakima Valley Visitors and Convention Bureau. Come Monday, April 2 Change. Engage. The Seasons 101 N. Naches Ave. 7:00- 9:00 Call 509 - 575 -6040 for more information. Michael Morales, City of Yakima. Learn more about Lily at barefootartists org