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05/18/2021 00 AgendaAGENDA YAKIMA CITY COUNCIL May 18, 2021 City Hall -- Council Chambers 5:30 p.m. Regular meeting 6 p.m. public hearings -- conducted via Zoom, live streamed at hftps://www.yakimawa.gov/council/live-stream/ and telecast live on Y-PAC, Spectrum Cable Channel 194 or you may call in to listen by dialing 1-253-215-8782 or 1-971-247- 1195. When prompted for the meeting ID enter 919 6368 3568#. When prompted for the participant ID enter #. When prompted for the meeting password enter 869798#. Oral comments shall be arranged in advance of the meeting at www.yakimawa.gov and must be received by 3 PM the day of the meeting. The request for oral comments must include your full name, city of residence, email address, phone number you will be calling from and the agenda topic you will address. Please note, the information you provide may be subject to disclosure pursuant to Washington State's Public Record Act, chapter 42.56 RCW. Due to potential connectivity issues, we strongly encourage public comments be emailed to ccouncil2@yakimawa.gov 1. Roll Call 2. Open Discussion for the Good of the Order A. Proclamations Pride Month proclamation 3. Council Reports A. Discussion about Association of Washington Cities delegates B. Planning/scheduling of a joint meeting with the Yakima County Commissioners C. Discussion of a motion to direct staff to draft resolution in support of the Fossil Fuel Non - Proliferation Treaty and to committing the City of Yakima to take a SAFE Cities climate change stand D. Copies of the Judge's Orders in the Montes v. City of Yakima lawsuit and discussion on housing segregation 4. 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 to remove an item from the Consent Agenda and, if approved, it will be placed on the regular agenda for discussion and consideration. A. Approval of minutes from the May 4, 2021 City Council regular meeting and May 11, 2021 City Council study session B. Approve payment of disbursements for the period April 1 — 30, 2021. C. /\D[|2O21 Investment Transactions Report O. Resolution awarding RFP12104Pand authorizing aOagreement with PPC SdubUOS. Inc. for armed security guard and other services E. Resolution authorizing 8 Professional Services Agreement and o Lioenee. Maintenance and Support Agreement for the purchase and use ofthe ePnooeoutorprosecution case management system F. Resolution authorizing an |ntedoca| Agreement with Yakima County for the joint purchase and future costs of the eProsecutor prosecution case management system G. Resolution authorizing a grant from the Washington State Department of Transportation /VVG[)[)T\Aui@[iVn Division for capital improvements Edthe Yakima Air Terminal - McAllister Field H. R8SV|idiOn @VLhOhzinQ 2 C0n8hUChOn Services Agreement with J U B Engineering, Inc. in an amount not to exceed $268,050 for Construction Services to rehabilitate the East General Aviation Apron |. Resolution authorizing the City of Yakima to acquire property from the Yakima Air Terminal -McAllister Field to improve vehicle safety Ed24th and Washington Avenue J. R8SO|ubOn authorizing 8 contract with Granite Construction for Spring Creek Road |rOprOv8nl8ntG, Phase 2' which provides for roadway and n8|8t8d irnpnOw8rn8n|S in the vicinity Ufthe Yakima Sports Complex K. Resolution authorizing 8DAgreement with H.VKLochner, Inc for Professional Services for the design ofBravo Company Boulevard Phases 2and 3 L. Resolution authorizing 8settlement agreement hwCities Insurance Association of Washington (^C|A8/^)and Munich Reinsurance toresolve and settle the claims brought byDaniel and |vnnetteHaller, Kimberly Johnson, and Jack Gabbard aepersonal representative ofthe estate of/UeneGabbard M. Resolution authorizing an Agreement with People For People for $235,000.00 of CDBG funding for its Meals on Wheels senior nleo| and nutrition program to address the consequences 0fC[)V|D-19 N. Resolution endorsing the Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act 5. Public Comment Community members are in%Ated to address items |inb*d on the meeting agenda. There will be 35 minutes allotted for public comment with two and a half (2.5) minutes per speaker in order to allow as much opportunity as possible for audience participation. Written communication and e-mail messages are strongly encouraged. PUBLIC HEARINGS 6. Final public input meeting Onthe 2O2OConsolidated Annual Performance Evaluation Report DEPARTMENT ITEMS 7. Discussion ofpetition from lodging propertieslocated within the Yakima County Tourism PpOnxzionArea(^TFYY)tOch8[geGOaddiUona|twodoU8rSperni0h[of|odgingpunSu3O[to RCW 35.101.057 in order to fund increased efforts to market tourism and convention opportunities within the TPA and support the recovery ofthose industries 8. Ordinance amending the 2021 Budget for the City ofYakima; and making appropriations from Unappropriated Fund Balance within the Capitol Theatre's Capital Fund for expenditure during 2021 for capital expenditures (First Reading) CITY MANAGER UPDATE 9. State Fair Park's request for 4th of July firework participation 10. Discussion of study session schedule 11. Consideration of letters of support 12. Resolution authorizing a Letter of Intent with the Yakima Housing Authority regarding development of affordable housing 13. Other Business 14. Adjournment The next meeting will be a City Council study session on May 25, 2021, at 5:00 p.m. at City Hall 15. Council General Information A. Council General Information B. 2022 Budget Timeline C. 2021 1 st Quarter Communications Report D. Code Administration Division Report - Monthly Building Permits Issued - April 2021 E. Council packet distribution for the Yakima Housing Action Plan 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. All meetings are live streamed on the City of Yakima website at www.yakimawa.gov and telecast live on Y-PAC, Spectrum Cable Channel 194.