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06/01/2021 12A Council General Information to\'4\lyy tbxk ik 1'1\ PP + . PPP d g. P P Pd P PPi ittYlltYlt.\ta. BUSINESS OF THE CITY COUNCIL YAKIMA, WASHINGTON AGENDA STATEMENT Item No. 12.A. For Meeting of: June 1, 2021 ITEM TITLE: Council General Information SUBMITTED BY: Sonya Claar Tee, City Clerk SUMMARY EXPLANATION: 1 . Preliminary Council Agenda 2. First Quarter 2021 Municipal Court Office Statistics ITEM BUDGETED: STRATEGIC PRIORITY: APPROVED FOR SUBMITTAL BY THE CITY MANAGER RECOMMENDATION: ATTACHMENTS: Description Upload Date Type L info 5/ 5/ 01 r Memo muff court 5/11/20 1 r Me o 2 ;of y ?If AGENDA YAKIMA CITY COUNCIL STUDY SESSION June 8, 2021 City Hall —Council Chambers 5 p.m. Joint meeting with the Community Integration Committee 1. Roll Call 2. Public comment(allow 15 minutes) 3. Adjournment The next meeting will be a Special City Council regular meeting on June 9, 2021, at noon via Zoom 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 wwwyakimawa.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 vwvw.yakimawa.gov and telecast live on Y-PAC, Spectrum Cable Channel 194. 3 fr `4555 k 4 AGENDA YAKI ACITYCOUNCIL June 15, 2021 City Hall --Council Chambers 5:30 p.m. Regular meeting 6 p.m. public hearings ®conducted via Zoom, live streamed at https://www.yakimawa.govicouncililive-streamt 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 XXX#. When prompted for the participant ID enter#. When prompted for the meeting password enter >>>>#. 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 RC . Due to potential connectivity issues,we strongly encourage public comments be emailed to ccounciI2@yakimawa.gov 1. Roll Call 2. Open Discussion for the Good of the Order A. Coronavirus (COVID-19) update B. Presentations/Recognitions/ Introductions i. Retirement recognition of Police Officer Darryl Henning for 31 years of service ii. Retirement recognition of Joe Rosenlund, Streets&Traffic Operations Division Manager, for 12 years of service iii. Apple Award to Yakima Police Sergeant Ritch Fowler iv. Presentation on LEAN process improvement project for procurement card program (Pcards) v. Water/Irrigation Division Drinking Water 2020 Water Quality Report 3. Council Reports A. Lodging Tax Advisory Committee Report 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 June 1, 2021 City Council regular meeting � 4 B. Approve payment Of disbursements for the period May 1 31, 20214*f, C. May---1 Investment Transactions Report __ D. Resolution authorizing 8 contract with XXXXXX Construction forWetland Mit! ativn Area Construction E. Resolution authorizing an agreement with the American Medical Response company for legal blood draw services F. Resolution authorizing areimbursement agreement with the Washington State Department mf Health for the C[)V|O-19 Mass Vaccination Site G. Resolution authorizing Yakima School District School Resource Officer contract H. Resolution authorizing an agreement with Ken Leingang Excavating, Inc. for 41 It Ave fire �mflowImprovements � ond waterline replacement on G. 1 It Street and K8mod 5. Public Comment Community members are inNAted to address items listed 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. Public input meeting to consider citizen comments on the proposed 2021 Annual Action Plan for Community Development Block Grant(COBG) and HOME Fund Programs DEPARTMENT ITEMS � 7. Resolution authorizing an agreement with Opportunities Industrialization Corporation of Washington (O|C) |n the amount of Seventy-Five Thousand Dollars ($75'O0D.U0)inCommunity Development Block Grant funds to provide youth services and programming in Yakima atthe Henry Beauchamp Community Center 8. F�eam|uUVneuthoh�ngan agreement vviththe (�itvmf Yakima Parks fkF�eomaction Division inthe ' amount of Seventy-Five Thousand Dollars ($75,000.00) in Community Development Block ' Grant funds to provide youth men/ioea and pnoQnynlnn|ng in Yakima at the Washington Fruit Community Center 9. Resolution ... Yakima Housing Action Plan 10' Other Business 11' Adjournment The next meeting will bee City Council study session onJune 23. 2U21. at5:0Op.nn. at City Hall 12' Council General Information A. Council General Information B. Update mn Utility Account Balances C. 2O21 Clean City 1at Quarter Report D. Code Administration Division Report- Monthly Building Permits Issued- May 2021 E. Yakima River Basin Integrated Water Resource Management Plan April 2D2OQuarterly Project Activity Update Any invocation that may bmoffered before the official start of the Council meeting shall be the 5 MEMORANDUM 6/1/2021 TO: The Honorable Mayor and Members of City Council Robert Harrison, City Manager FROM: The Honorable Susan Woodard, Presiding Judge Isabel Cruz, Accountant SUBJECT: 1st Quarter 2021 Municipal Court Office Statistics The City of Yakima Municipal Court operation was created in late 1996 and has been an independent judicial aim of the City since January 1, 1997. The Court Adjudicates all traffic infractions, misdemeanors, and gross misdemeanors cited in the City. The Court operates with two full time Judges, one of whom resides over the Court's activities, and a part time Court Commissioner. The City Council adopts the Courts budget annually; the Court is otherwise independent from City Administration. Following, please find summary statistical reports for Municipal Court's 1st Quarter activity through March 31, 2021. Detailed reports are available from the Office of the Municipal Court. Prior year totals for 2020 are included for comparison. The following summary information for each quarter includes: L Municipal Court Infraction Statistics IL Municipal Court Criminal Statistics III. Public Safety Education Assessment(PSEA) Statistics IV. Collection Statistics--Municipal Court Outstanding Time-Pay Contracts V. Outside Agency Collection Statistics 6 Yakima Municipal Court -- 1st Quarter 2021 I. Municipal Court Infraction Statistics 2020 Year-End 2021 YTD 6/1/2021 January February March Total Statistics Filings—Proceedings During Year: 2021 Infractions Filed 7,232 - 605 614 1,098 2,317 Violations Charged 11,102 - 942 940 1,603 3,485 Mitigation Hearings 338 - 43 63 60 166 Contested Hearings 119 - 19 11 19 49 Show Cause Hearings 33 - 4 5 11 20 Other Hearings On Record 1,223 - 97 109 98 304 Total 20,047 - 1,710 1,742 2,889 6,341 Dispositions During Year: 2021 Infractions Paid 1,532 - 128 106 268 502 Failure to Respond 63 - 8 12 2 22 Committed 2,646 - 243 264 306 813 Not Committed 72 - 12 3 5 20 Dismissed 945 - 59 69 87 215 Amended 28 - 1 4 2 7 Total Disposed 5,286 - 451 458 670 1,579 Municipal Court Traffic Infraction Revenues $ 729,556 $ 80,245 $ 63,618 $ 120,672 $ 264,535 Budget $ 1,305,000 $ 1,179,591 Page 2 7 Yakima Municipal Court -- 1st Quarter 2021 II. Municipal Court Criminal Statistics 2020 Year- End 6/1/2021 January February March 2021 YTD Statistics Total Filings During Year: Citations Filed 3,038 219 196 285 700 Violations Charged 3,974 301 275 382 958 Trial Settings During Year: Non Jury Trials Set 1 0 0 1 Jury Trials 885 142 148 105 395 Proceedings: Arraignments 2,304 249 193 223 665 Non Jury Trials - - 0 Jury Trials 4 0 1 1 2 Stipulations to Record 9 2 0 0 2 Other Hearings 1,971 394 353 314 1,061 Dispositions: Bail Forfeitures - - Guilty 1,382 241 208 195 644 Not Guilty - _ 0 Dismissed 983 161 166 159 486 Amended 114 36 19 22 77 Deferred Driver/Other 431 102 66 65 233 Prosecution Resumed 123 8 4 3 15 Appeals to Superior Court - 0 0 0 0 Total Disposition 3,033 - 548 463 444 1,455 Criminal Fines Revenue: DUI Penalties $ 63,217 $ 6,383 $ 2,887 $ 9,524 $ 18,795 Criminal Traffic $ 79,968 $ 11,141 $ 6,543 $ 11,328 $ 29,011 Non-Traffic Misdemeanor $ 48,333 $ 2,975 $ 4,547 $ 10,267 $ 17,788 Recoupments $ 81,446 $ 3,139 $ 8,205 $ 8,868 $ 20,212 Total Fines $ 272,964 $ - $ 23,638 $ 22,182 $ 39,986 $ 85,806 Total Budget $ 479,000 - $ 334,277 Page 3 8 Yakima Municipal Court -- 1st Quarter 2021 III. Public Safety Education Assessment (PSEA) Statistics 2020 Year-End Statistics 6/1/2021 January February March 2021 YTD Total Public Safety Education Assessment $ 1,098,879 $ 110,628 $ 86,727 $ 174,433 $ 371,788 (PSEA)Payments" *Required payments to State Public Safety Education. Revenue for these payments are included as part of the total fine. Revenue figures presented are net of these payments. IV. Collection Statistics -- Municipal Court Outstanding Time-Pay Contracts As of 3/31/2021 Outstanding Municipal Court Time-Pay Agreements' $ 2,280,704 **After judgment the offender makes arrangements with the court to pay their outstanding fines. If the offender does not make a payment within 30 days or does not make an effort with the court to make other arrangements to pay,the account is considered in arrears. A final notice is mailed to the person in arrears. If ignored the account is then turned over to collection The collection agency is mandated by the state of Washington to write off accounts still owing ten years after the judgment date due to the statute of limitations. The statute of limitations covers all fines and restitution V. Outside Collection Agency Statistics Following,please find Municipal Court's quarterly summary statistical report. Outside Collection Agency:*** 2021 and Prior Years Accounts Assigned in 2017 $ 5,376,380 Accounts Assigned in 2018 $ 4,509,447 Accounts Assigned in 2019 $ 4,118,551 Accounts Assigned in 2020 $ 2,097,444 Accounts Assigned in 2021 $ 541,614 Total Assignments $ 16,643,436 Dollars Collected Since 2017 $ 6,216,751 Collection Performance Court Accounts 37.35% ***Net of cancellation Page 4