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08/14/2012 03 Council General Information y yu. a s ? A BUSINESS OF THE CITY COUNCIL YAKIMA, WASHINGTON AGENDA STATEMENT -? Item No. For Meeting of: August 14, 2012 ITEM TITLE: Council General Information SUBMITTED BY: CONTACT PERSON /TELEPHONE: SUMMARY EXPLANATION: 1. 8/9/12 Weekly Issues Report 2. City Meeting Schedule for week of August 13 -20, 2012 3. Preliminary Future Activities Calendar as of August 13, 2012 4. Preliminary Council Agenda 5. 2012 Study Session Schedule 6. Safe Yakima Valley 2011 Annual Report 7 Community Review Board agenda for August 15, 2012 Resolution Ordinance Other (specify) Contract: Mail to: Contract Term: Amount: Expiration Date: Insurance Required? No Funding Source: Phone: APPROVED FOR SUBMITTAL: City Manager STAFF RECOMMENDATION: BOARD /COMMISSION RECOMMENDATION: ATTACHMENTS: Click to download ❑ 8 -14 info packet MEMORANDUM August 9, 2012 TO: The Honorable Mayor and City Council Members FROM: Tony O'Rourke, City Manager SUBJECT: Weekly Issues Report • COUNCIL STUDY SESSION: The City Council has a study session on Tuesday, August 14 at 10:00 a.m. to discuss the Gang Free Initiative. • WEST VALLEY LIBRARY OPENING: On Monday at 9:00 a.m., the Richard E. Ostrander West Valley Community Library will celebrate its grand opening. The new library is located at 223 S. 72 Avenue across from Rosauer's. • KIWANIS PARK: The Water Treatment staff repainted the Kiwanis Well located in Kiwanis Park. It is now the same color as the rest of the building in the Park. • CITY MANAGER LEAVE: I will be out of the office on Friday, August 10 so I can take my daughter Shannon back to the University of British Columbia in Vancouver. Chief Rizzi will be the Acting City Manager in my absence. I will return Sunday evening the 12th CITY MEETING SCHEDULE For August 13, 2012 — August 20, 2012 Please note. Meetings are subject to change Monday, August 13 9:00 a.m. West Valley Library Dedication Ceremony — West Valley Library 3:30 p.m. Civil Service Commission — Council Chambers Tuesday, August 14 10:00 a.m. City Council Study Session — Council Chambers 1:30 p.m. County Commissioners Agenda Meeting — Council Chambers Wednesday, August 15 12:00 p.m. PAL Board Meeting — PAL Center 5:30 p.m. Community Review Board — Council Chambers Thursday, August 16 9:00 a.m. Hearing Examiner — Council Chambers 3:00 p.m. Bid Opening — Council Chambers Monday, August 20 10:00 a.m. City Council Media Briefing — Council Chambers - 5:30 p.m. Airport Board Study Session — Airport Conference Room Office Of Mayor /City Council Preliminary Future Activities Calendar Please Note.. Meetings are subject to change Ling; Organization " 'Meeting purpose Participants. .; Location. firne : ; is 3 ,:,. . «.«.. .,. .,, ««. =.. ,w m. .,..«, mm.....n x. wh, e. .,o...,:mm»•u•M«;Nau.uw.:. -:.. ww..xaa•- .%.... ....... vuw... w:... ac ,no ,w ..- . :.,, ww.. ..... ». . ,•..;.... ,...,..M.•w.,.,:..., uww r+w. �.mn .. �......,.,.. w ...,, .. -.. o- a,+. ,.. ... Mon. Aug. 13 9.00 a.m. West Valley Library Scheduled Event Open West Valley Library Dedication Ceremon Tue. Aug. 14 1000 a.m City Council Study Session - Scheduled Meeting Council Council Chambers Gang Free Initiative 12:00 p.m Miscellaneous Issues Scheduled Meeting Cawley, Adkison, TBD Ettl Wed. Aug. 15 12:00 • m. PAL Board Meetin • Board Meetin • Coffe PAL Center Mon. Aug. 20 ,.,we..�.. .,,..�m.�. -. x.�. 1000 a m. City Council Media Briefing Scheduled Meeting Adkison Council Chambers 5 30 • m Air•ort Stud Session Scheduled Meetin• Adkison Air Conference Room Tue. Aug. 21 12:00 p.m. Miscellaneous Issues Scheduled Meeting Cawley, Adkison, TBD Bristol 5.n0 p m City Council Executive Scheduled Meeting Council Council Chambers Session 6:u0 p m Cit rCouncil Meetin• Scheduled Meetin Council Council Chambers Wed. Aug. 22 .,.a ._.�,...,� .w�.�., 5:30 p m Historic Preservation Scheduled Meeting Bristol Council Chambers Commission Mon. Aug. 27 12.00 • m. Greenwa Board Meetin• Board Meetin• EttI Greenwa Visitors Center Tue. Aug. 28 9.00 a.m. Ci Council Retreat Scheduled Meetin• Council Convention Center m..... n.,� ... ..._.�.,�n��..�..� a.�..�.... Mon. Sept. 3 HOLIDAY - CITY FACILITIS CLOSED Tue. Sept. 4 9:00 a.m. City Council Media Briefing Scheduled Meeting Ensey Council Chambers 5:00 p.m. (T) City Council Executive Scheduled Meeting Council Council Chambers Session 6.00 • m. Cit Council Meetin• Scheduled Meeting Council Council Chambers Thur. Sept. 6 9:00 a.m. Joint Admin & 911 Scheduled Meeting Lover Fire Station 9 - Toppenish Operations Meeting p.m. YAKCORPS Executive Board Meeting Lover CED Conference Room Board 4 p.m GFI Steering Committee Scheduled Meeting Coffey, Adkison, CWCMH Meeting Ettl 6 00 p.m. Yakima Regional Fire Scheduled Meeting Cawley, Coffey, Station 95 Authorit Adkison Fri. Sept. 7 .,_a._.,w..,�..... ... �_. K�... _.�..�.� 8:00 a.m. Sister Ci Meetin. Scheduled Meetin• Adkison CED Conference Room PRELIMINARY FUTURE COUNCIL AGENDA August 21 5:00 p.m. Executive Session — Council Chambers • Collective Bargaining 6 p.m. Business Meeting — Council Chambers • Presentation of the "2011 Wastewater Treatment Plant Outstanding Performance" award to the City's wastewater division by the Department of Ecology • Resolution authorizing the City Manager to execute a Technical Assistance Agreement with the National Development Council (NDC) for economic development activities • Ordinance granting a telecommunications system franchise to PocketiNet Communications, Inc., dba PocketiNet • A resolution adopting Yakima Transit's Transit Development Plan for 2012 -2017 and annual report for 2011 as required under RCW 35.58.2795 • Report on 2011 Health Plan • Five year financial plan • Ordinance adding a participant fee to after school programs • Ordinance amending Chapter 8.64 of the Yakima Municipal Code pertaining to standards for design and construction of driveway approaches and curb cuts • Ordinance amending Chapters 11.04, 11.22, and 10.05 of the Yakima Municipal Code adopting 2009 editions of International Building Code, International Residential Code, and International Fire Code respectively • Ordinance amending Chapter 8.72 of the Yakima Municipal Code pertaining to standards for issuance of permits for excavations and obstructions within public rights of way and public property • Ordinance authorizing an organizational restructure representing a flatter business model that is strategically focused and customer centered, and (b) approving an ordinance amending the Classification and Compensation Plan for certain City 8/8/2012 1 51 PM 1 employees specifically Subsection A of Section 2.20.100 and Subsections A and E of Section 2.20.110 of the City of Yakima Municipal Code • Review and approve 2 " Quarter financial reports 1. Accounts Receivable Report 2. Treasury Report 3. Revenue & Expenditure Report 4. Municipal Courts Report 7:00 p.m. Public Hearing — Council Chambers 8/8/2012 1 51 PM 2 2012 STUDY SESSION SCHEDULE Council Chambers 10:00 a.m. August 28 City Council Strategic Planning Workshop (Convention Center 9:00 a.m. — 3:00 p.m.) — facilitator Michael Levinson September 11 Parking Commission Future September 25 Stormwater October 9 City /County Joint meeting — jail issues 8/8/2012 1 52 PM 9 Purpose A Yak Safe Yakima Valley's purpose is to mobilize and collaborate with stakeholders +� Y a e M Va i e y a in the Yakima Valley who have a shared E ti vision of a safe community. / • i S a e Val ley Building Safe Communit Neighbor by Neighbor 0 1" W Building Safe Communities Neighbor b y e gn iJ f bor Citizens for Safe Yakima Valley Communities li Vision ``4 , Safe Yakima Valley's The Yakima Valley will be known as Role in the Community one of the safest places to live, 2011 was a wonderful year for Safe Annual Report: work and raise a family Yakima Valley! We have had countless Crime is a result of complex social factors opportunities to serve our communities up that have a spiraling and detrimental effect and down the Yakima Valley. Our year on communities. To affect lasting social 2011: A Year of Mission was full of: community clean -ups, youth change, Safe Yakima Valley advocates drug reduction, recognizing outstanding and utilizes communication, collaboration, Our mission is to strengthen community community leaders, and providing jobs for and commitment. Our alliance of local Boots on the efforts to make our neighborhoods safe youth. Safe Yakima Valley has experienced leadership addresses the systemic change and our youth drug -free. the true successes that are only attainable necessary for the success of Yakima as a Ground through effective community partnerships. growing and thriving community. We offer a most sincere "Thank You" to Our community is at the heart of all we Values the Yakima Valley Community Foundation do — and we do it because we have for its ongoing support of our efforts. We a vision of a safe Yakima Valley. • To be inclusive also thank each organization. business, and • Seek unity in all we do individual that volunteered or worked to Crime Statistics: • Remain determined and be persistent make Yakima County the safest place to Crimes per 1,000 residents * live, work and raise a family. • Empower and enable people and Safe Yakima Valley 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 organizations — Sheriff Ken Irwin, 10 North 9th Street, P.O. Box 1490 68.4 58.1 55.6 49.4 50.4 46.2 • Multiply and coordinate resources, 2011 Chairman of the Board Yakima, WA 98907 not duplicate them — David Rolfe, Safe Yakima Valley Executive Director Phone: 509.248.2021 x112 Safe Yakima Valley is supported by The Yakima Valley Community Foundation, Yakima County, Fax: 509 248.0601 City of Yakima, City of Grandview, Greater Yakima Chamber of Commerce, ESD 105, as well as E - mail: david @yakima org individuals and businesses in our community, www.safe akimavalle coin We thank them norsupport their " Cnme Stahsncs provided by the Washington Association of Shells and police Chiefs 2011 S a f e Y a ki ma V a ll ey A ccom li s h men ts . ,.._. p -� x 2011 Safe Yakima Valley Awards Luncheon - • 350 community members attended our first annual Awards Luncheon . 3 • . • Luncheon highlighted and recognized exceptional community members who work in prevention. :... , suppression, or intervention i X +tfl"•� ll . � 17 8 e L • Keynote speaker Judge Glenda Hatchett offered a moving and p owerful speech x _ . T . q '' t• - ' e ', . ,:e � t a�. i ll ji i 2011 Safe Yakima Homeless Val Award Recipients 7 • Diane Sampson. Toppenish Community Safety Network I i •• • Pastor Dave Hanson Sunrise Outreach founder - outreach and volunteer mobilization 3 1.4 �- F -' • Pat Carey and Carey Motors. Homeless sandwich • Pastor Dan Roa. Victory Outreach Church Gang • 100 Jobs for 100 Kids preparation Intervention efforts Community Cleanups • Petra Morales the of Outlook: • Harold Delia: Yakima County Gang Court champion e r or s an e Commune • 4th Annual "100 Jobs for 100 Kids" and creator Stand Up for Outlook Stand Up for Outlook community mobilization • 103 youths placed into summer jobs • Chief of Detectives Stewart Graham: Dedicated law en • Volunteers and community members • Nancy Fiander and the White Swan Dream Makers. • 100 volunteers utilized during program Youth suicide and drug prevention forcement professional with Yakima Sheriffs Office joined together to clean the community of Outlook twice during 2011 • 80 youths earned free food handler cards • Eight dumpsters of waste were removed • A town hall meeting and community Safe Yakima Valley Website Launch! potluck were held at event's end Thanks to a generous donation from Washington Fruit, It & , ,, Up for Buena Safe Yakima Valley launched a comprehensive f 3 �✓ Website. Facebook page. and Twitter feed. .. 1. 25 volunteers and community members { j - • '- 1 '.r _ t_ were mobilized to clean the community i� of Buena • 1 ' ' ` . � „2 -,,t. 4. Judge Glenda Hatchett Faith and Families Team - , 2" (3rd from left) of the • Five dumpsters of waste removed in one z 4 ' ''- •s ` " f Judge Hatchett" afternoon • Compassion Connect: 1600 low- income residents 7 • Ir r 7V show. with 2071 • Community safety meeting and potluck were offered medical and hygiene services through Faith and Family Action Team Volunteers . > Safe Yakima Valley followed the cleanup event Award recipients • Faith and Families Team members advocated and A ; 11111 . participated in the Yakima County Gang Court. Other Safe Yakima Valley Projects in 2011! Crime - Free Housing Program Drug - Free Communities Grant • SYV sponsored a family and arts • The WV Benchmarking Team fair in Toppenish worked diligently to track and Safe Yakima Valley partnered with the Yakima Police Safe Yakima Valley. in partnership with E SD 1 05, was a 2011 redpfent measure community indicators Department and provided learning materials for the Yakima of a Federal Drug Free Communities Grant! This five -year grant will • SYV Board members volunteered Crime -Free Housing Program Safe Yakima Valley supplied 75 reduce teen alcohol and drug use within Yakima School District by in many "National Night Out" • SYV supported the expansion of Cnme -Free Housing curnculum binders. implementing environmental and policy changes. events across the valley Block Watch programs and units COMMUNITY REVIEW BOARD MEETING AGENDA August 15, 2012 5:30 p.m. - Council Chambers - City Hall I. CALL TO ORDER II. ROLL CALL C.R.B. Members Staff Judy Pozarich Joe Caruso Phyllis Musgrove Linda Rossignol Bob Mason Tammy Gilmour Ben Shoval Mei. -Lynne Statler Richard Marcley Gregory Bohn III. APPROVAL OF MINUTES A. None IV. HEARINGS — CODE COMPLIANCE CASES A. 1710 South 66 Avenue Thomas A. & Esther M. Mansfield /Washington Mutual Bank/Citibank, as Trustee for WAMU Series 2007 -11E3 Trust C/o JP Morgan Chase Bank/Newtown Green Homeowner's Association C/o Louise White /Occupant Code Compliance # CAC -12 -0304 B. 505 Erickson Lane Ann M. Wells /Ann Marie Lloyd /Ann W. Lloyd /Ann Marie Wells /Lloyd D. Walker /Florence E. Walker /Adrian B. Pimentel /Reed C. Pell /Yakima County Credit Services I /Yakima Credit Services C/o Robert Stewart Young III /Bonneville Billing and Collections, Inc. /Bonneville Billing and Collections, Inc. C/o Michael B. Borge Attorney at Law /Occupant Code Compliance # CAC -12 -0019 C. 301 North 9 Street Rosa J. MunguialRosa I. Munguia/Accounts Receivable Inc. /Accounts Receivable Inc. C/o Lawrence Jon Holzman/Paul E. and Marian A. Borg, Trustee /Occupant Code Compliance # CAC -12 -0450 D. 7304 Avalanche Court Huma Khalil Khan/Occupant Code Compliance # CAC -12 -0459 V. HEARINGS — RIGHT -OF -WAY USE PERMITS (FENCE) A. None VI. CODE ADMINISTRATION MANAGER'S STATUS REPORT A. Code Compliance Statistics for the month of July, 2012 VII. NEW BUSINESS A. None VIII. OLD BUSINESS A. None IX. ADJOURNMENT •