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10/14/2021 03. Council Review of Proposed 2022 Budget-4 of 4 • i rr 11 i i�O enc u nrry 1 BUSINESS OF THE CITY COUNCIL YAKIMA, WASHINGTON AGENDA STATEMENT Item No. 3. For Meeting of: October 14, 2021 ITEM TITLE: Council Review of Proposed 2022 Budget-4 of 4 SUBMITTED BY: Bob Harrison, City Manager Jennifer Ferrer-Santa Ines, Director of Finance and Budget SUMMARY EXPLANATION: This is the fourth and last scheduled study session on the proposed 2022 Preliminary Budget. 9:00 — Introduction— Bob Harrison Follow-up from prior session (if needed) LTAC comparison Clean City enhancement (additional information will be provided at the meeting) Additional Budgetary Items Final Considerations Direction to staff Priority Guidance Input to City manager and Finance for next almost-final budget Questions, discussion, direction Council deliberations ITEM BUDGETED: NA STRATEGIC PRIORITY: Public Trust and Accountability APPROVED FOR SUBMITTAL BY THE CITY MANAGER RECOMMENDATION: ATTACHMENTS: 2 Description Upload Date Type D presentation 10/12/2021 Cotter Memo D Clean City 10/13/2021 Cotter Memo ❑ Memo from YPD 10/12/2021 Backup Material ❑ Minimum Wage 10/12/2021 Backup Material ❑ Lnl Document 10/12/2021 Backup Material 3 (fr I - r ,..as r S O'q" It 0)\ Q r-I -0 ' - N W 0 Cl)0 ,t- NI r,.. cc CO ...-1 . ›N ir-- -0 c\I p ,, 0 J. co p 4 0 11:5 4.) 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Q C _s tn '_ E 5 a 73 = c m (� -D -Y c — Q .F Q H CU v I _ow W 3 8 I- 4: H 0 I 0 o . 0 CO co °' cu cc CC :+-_� s_ CD 9 MEMORANDUM To: Honorable Mayor and Members of the Yakima City Council From Bob Harrison, City Manager (r- Date: October 13, 2021 Re: Clean City enhancements As a follow up to the Clean City conversation at the Budget Review session, I wanted to provide you with a menu of options that the administration has been considering to address some of the downtown safety issues along with enhancing the Clean City program and dealing with vacant houses and properties that exist throughout the City. The service increases would necessitate additional revenue to cover the costs of those services, and there are revenue options for your consideration as well. Below is a short summary of the items. Staff will be available tomorrow to further discuss. Item Estimated Cost Enhance Police Presence: Providing an allotment of funds for police $25,000 overtime salaries to be utilized for special foot patrols and bike patrols during the summer months for weekends or other summer activities. This could be coordinated with DAY. Enhance Trash Clean Up: Add an additional solid waste compliance officer $110,000 onto a rover route that can route through several of the known high trash volume areas on a daily basis. Because of this flexibility, this rover could also be called out to deal with spot areas/encampments that may be found in the City during the course of the day. There would be some increased landfill fees, additional fuel costs, and would include some overtime coverage for route _pickups on Saturdays. Enhance Leg): See the attached memorandum from Sara Watkins. The $188,500 enhanced legal position in Clean City would coordinate with Codes to enforce elements of the IPMC around abandoned and vacant buildings. In certain instances, the City would deem those properties public nuisances and working throu•h the court s stem have them addressed. Enhance Code Enforcement: A code enforcement officer would be $100,000 dedicated to coordinating with Police Sergeant Fowler on the various code enforcement violations found with his homelessness outreach and that would be dedicated to inspecting and coordinating with the legal department on these vacant and dilapidated buildings found throughout the City. Existing personnel resources will be used, but additional resources will be needed for demolitions of vacant buildings and ongoing notices. Total Estimate $423,500 10 Given limited options to generate the revenues necessary for the enhanced service, there is a possibility of looking at adjusting the City tax on the following utilities from their existing rates. Using 20% as the base line rate which is the rate for the other City utilities, the marginal adjustment and revenues generated are reflected in the table below. Utility Rate Adjustment Estimated Revenue Increase the in-lieu tax from 14% to 20% on Stormwater revenue $257,000 (1%=$42,833) Increase the in-lieu tax from 16% to 20% on Refuse revenue (1%=$110,500L $442,000 Encl. Clean City budget legal department memo dated October 13, 2021 Proposal to add a new job classification memo dated October 12, 2021 11 t 0 Y, `1'.sit b --"v '� cii, ,., ,.. , . ..v y ..• . ,„ .lyk RFor�R.1'I01 Office of the City Attorney City of Yakima MEMORANDUM October 13, 2021 TO Bob Harrison, City Manager FROM: Sara Watkins, City Attorney SUBJECT Clean City Budget: Legal Department The legal department is currently involved in Clean City matters through its relationships and work with the departments working in this area—primarily public works and community development. The Clean City campaign is a cross-department campaign and the legal department fully supports the activities of the campaign through current staffing. We currently have one attorney working with the codes department on unsafe buildings, the International Property Maintenance Code, and other code enforcement matters as they arise. She also does work for the public works department, planning, reviews contracts, researches issues from all departments on a wide range of topics, and is helping with the sale of surplus public properties. Other attorneys help with nuisance cases as well, as needed. Currently there are three pending nuisance-type claims in Yakima County Superior Court, with one or two additional cases being set to be filed. As the IPMC continues to be implemented there are a number of tools to address nuisance properties, including the requirement that buildings that are boarded up for future repair can only be boarded for one year unless otherwise approved by the building official. IPMC 110.1. If the City Council sought increased emphasis on Clean City activities, addressing nuisances and garbage within the City, and enforcement of codes and nuisance laws by code enforcement officers, it will result in a greater volume of cases for the legal department. Under such circumstances, it is anticipated that an attorney would be dedicating the majority (and perhaps all) of their time to Clean City matters and code violations. With additional enforcement, it is also likely that there will be additional lawsuits filed to enforce the City's rights. To ensure that cases are ready for litigation, an attorney could be assigned to Clean City matters to help code enforcement officers review every notice before it goes out, every title report, and help code enforcement officers with problem properties to try to get them addressed pre-litigation. The attorney would also then continue with the filing of lawsuits and litigation where necessary. This is a much more hands on approach than what has traditionally been taken with nuisance cases. 200 South'Third Street,2nd Fl. I YaI ima,WA 98901 P:509.575.6030 I F:509.575.6160 12 Bob Harrison, City Manager October 13, 2021 Page 2 The legal department staff currently consists of three attorneys addressing civil matters, and the City Attorney. These four people handle nearly all of the contract review, ordinance and resolution writing, damage claims, land use matters, personnel matters, legal questions arising from all City departments, and public;records issues that arise. Adding the increased focus on code enforcement cases would require an additional civil attorney. In addition to the costs of the attorney, there are also court costs and costs associated with litigation. The filing fee for each lawsuit is $240.00. All of the defendants (all parties interested in the property generally) need to be personally served, which is approximately $50.00 per person/entity. Assuming that each property has a mortgage and an owner, that would be $100.00 per property. Further, copies of the complaint and summons, as well as copies of all briefs and motions, must be printed and mailed to the defendants. This can be a substantial cost when filing matters with a lot of evidence, such as code cases (photos, reports, correspondence, etc.). I estimate the costs of adding an attorney and more heavily litigating code enforcement matters to be as follows: Additional Attorney:1 $170,000.00 Filing Fees:2 12,000.00 Service Fees:3 5,000.00 Copies:4 1,000.00 Postage:5 500.00 $188,500.00 Utilizing one attorney to work the cases and help code enforcement officers from the start of the case (notice of violation) through the court process is an efficient and effective way to handle code enforcement cases. If the City Council chooses to emphasize these activities, resulting in more code violations and code cases, then it is likely that there will be additional cases to file in court. If there are going to be an uptick in cases filed in court, it makes sense for an attorney to be involved in all steps of the matter to help ensure that the evidence and case is well prepared for litigation. I have attempted to estimate the costs associated with an additional 50 lawsuits filed for code violations in addition to the other work that would be done to support Clean City for those cases that do not rise to the level of litigation. The attorney would also likely help with issues surrounding homelessness and work with the prosecutors with regards to nuisance crimes. 1 This includes salary, benefits, etc.for a Senior Assistant Attorney II,which is the person currently working on code enforcement matters. 2 Based on an estimated 50 cases per year. 3 Based on an estimated 50 cases per year,two parties per case. Some cases will have many more interested parties,some may only have one. 4 This is only an estimate of costs for paper and copying. 5 This is only an estimate of postage costs,estimating$10.00 of postage per case. 13 MEMORANDUM To: Charter Civil Service Commission Debbie Korevaar, Chief Examiner From: Tony Doan, Supervising Code Inspector Date: October 12, 2021 RE: Proposal to Add a New Job Classification, Code Compliance Project Coordinator The Code Administration Division is proposing a new job classification: Code Compliance Project Coordinator.The City of Yakima currently has 6 Code Compliance Officer positions budgeted.One position remains vacant from a retirement on July 315t of this year. The proposed position would be recruited for in lieu of the vacated position. Over the past year, the Code Administration Division has been actively working to improve efficiency and processes among the Code Compliance Officers. This position will enable better Code Compliance oversight and coordination of effort, and will provide process improvement functions including, but not limited to: • Organizing caseloads for officers, assigning cases as appropriate • Tracking progress of open cases • Working closely with the Legal Department on policies and procedures • Reviewing violation notices in accordance with the Yakima Municipal Code • Assuring policies and procedures are followed throughout the compliance case in an accurate and thorough manner • Acting as the Filing Clerk for all notices filed at the County Assessor's Office Code Compliance Officers respond to a wide array of case types,such as: weedy lots,junk vehicles,zoning violations, stop work orders, dangerous, buildings, blight and trash, and encampments. These case types can have multiple enforcement methods governed by the Municipal Code; thus, case notices and processes can vary significantly. The Project Coordinator will enhance City service by streamlining this work through a participatory approach, allowing the officers to be more efficient with their cases. The Chief Examiner has completed an internal position review and based on the duties and authority level of the new classification, it is recommended the position be allocated to pay code 16.0 ($22.52-$26.95). For informational purposes, this places it approximately 5% higher than the Code Compliance Officer which the Chief Examiner has determined is appropriate to the level of responsibility. Thank you for your consideration in these matters. 14 City of Yakima 200 S. 3rd Street ��1 f1 Police Department Yakima, Washington 98901 � � Matthew Murray, Chief of Police Telephone(509)575-6200 Fax (509)575-6007 - ' Memorandum October 6, 2021 To: Lt T Adams From: Lt Ira Cavin#6186 Subject: 2022 AXON Expenses Regarding the 2022 proposed budget, one area that must be addressed is the department's Mobile Audio Video (MAV) system budget. Historically, the Yakima Police Department has used the COBAN company for it's in car video. Beginning in 2019 the department moved away from COBAN as the company was in the process of closing and being sold. We began using AXON as the new in car video system. AXON and COBAN pricing differs primarily in that AXON sells licenses and leases the video equipment to agencies. COBAN on the other hand sells the agency equipment which the agency then owns. Under AXON there are many advantages including free replacement and repair of damaged or malfunctioning equipment. At the end of the lease, the equipment is replaced by the company rather than the City of Yakima having to surplus and purchase new equipment. AXON is also responsible for all data storage costs. What this means however is that rather than a one-time capital purchase at the initial build of the vehicle, we have an annual payment due to AXON for each unit in service and license we use. With regard to the 2022 proposed budget, the police vehicles purchased this last year under the "57 car purchase" are set to have AXON in car camera systems installed. AXON was unable to provide pricing for these units until late September. We received our quote for the 57 systems which will result in an annual payment of approximately$150,000 each year. Currently there is no specific budget DAC that supports these annual fees, as they previously were paid from capital funding with the build of the vehicle. Additionally, every 5-7 years City of Yakima Information Systems would need to purchase replacement servers for data storage of the videos we produced using COBAN. These servers were paid from capital reserves at a cost of around 1 million dollars. In conclusion, the AXON budget item is not a new expense, it is simply an annual predictable expense that must now be accounted for each year rather than every few years as a lump sum. With all COBAN systems needing replacement by the end of 2022,and using the average of$2622 per unit annually, the department will need an immediate budget for 2022 of$150,000 with an increase to $288,420 for 2023 based on equipping all 110 video equipped vehicles with these systems. Lt Ira Cavin 15 00 Washington State Department of Announcement Labor & Industries 2022 minimum wage: $14.49 per hour Washington's minimum wage will be $14.49 per hour beginning Jan . 1, 2022. Workers who are 14 or 15 years old may be paid 85% of the adult minimum wage, or $12.32 per hour. For more information about Washington's minimum wage law, see the required workplace poster Your Rights as a Worker or visit www.Lni.wa.gov/workers-rights. FY22-084[09-2021] Page 1 16 Proposed 2022 Hourly Rates by Risk Classification Code and Fund Risk MAF Rate Payroll Risk MAF Rate Payroll Class AF Rate SAW MAF NOC SPF Rate Comp.Rate* Deduction' Class AF Rate SAW MAF NOC SPF Rate Comp.Rate* Deduction' 101 1.3687 0.0234 0.5372 0.1564 2.0857 0.35850 1304 0.0246 0.0004 0.0125 0.1564 0.1939 0.08465 103 1.5726 0.0266 0.8086 0.1564 2.5642 0.49580 1305 0.6693 0.0114 0.2816 0.1564 1.1187 0.22470 104 1.2083 0.0207 0.4562 0.1564 1.8416 0.31665 1401 0.3107 0.0051 0.2577 0.1564 0.7299 0.20960 105 1.2229 0.0206 0.7000 0.1564 2.0999 0.43850 1404 0.8773 0.0147 0.5100 0.1564 1.5584 0.34055 106 2.5426 0.0425 1.6376 0.1564 4.3791 0.91825 1405 0.8605 0.0145 0.4576 0.1564 1.4890 0.31425 107 1.2607 0.0216 0.4925 0.1564 1.9312 0.33525 1407 0.7993 0.0135 0.4208 0.1564 1.3900 0.29535 108 1.2083 0.0207 0.4562 0.1564 1.8416 0.31665 1501 1.1438 0.0195 0.4791 0.1564 1.7988 0.32750 112 0.9012 0.0153 0.4396 0.1564 1.5125 0.30565 1507 0.5760 0.0097 0.3296 0.1564 1.0717 0.24785 201 3.0533 0.0526 0.9878 0.1564 4.2501 0.59840 1701 1.0681 0.0182 0.4726 0.1564 1.7153 0.32360 202 2.6980 0.0464 0.9298 0.1564 3.8306 0.56630 1702 2.0528 0.0356 0.5429 0.1564 2.7877 0.36745 210 1.1763 0.0201 0.4728 0.1564 1.8256 0.32465 1703 1.2774 0.0220 0.4333 0.1564 1.8891 0.30585 212 1.0529 0.0179 0.4957 0.1564 1.7229 0.33500 1704 1.0681 0.0182 0.4726 0.1564 1.7153 0.32360 214 2.3037 0.0396 0.7653 0.1564 3.2650 0.48065 1801 0.6549 0.0112 0.2520 0.1564 1.0745 0.20980 217 1.4242 0.0243 0.6252 0.1564 2.2301 0.40295 1802 1.0478 0.0179 0.4032 0.1564 1.6253 0.28875 219 1.0152 0.0173 0.4151 0.1564 1.6040 0.29440 2002 0.9499 0.0160 0.5033 0.1564 1.6256 0.33785 301 1.0640 0.0179 0.6227 0.1564 1.8610 0.39850 2004 0.6560 0.0110 0.4091 0.1564 1.2325 0.28825 302 2.9267 0.0503 0.9897 0.1564 4.1231 0.59820 2007 0.8575 0.0144 0.4934 0.1564 1.5217 0.33210 303 2.3404 0.0399 0.9860 0.1564 3.5227 0.59115 2008 0.4153 0.0069 0.2828 0.1564 0.8614 0.22305 306 0.9661 0.0165 0.4163 0.1564 1.5553 0.29460 2009 0.4270 0.0071 0.3065 0.1564 0.8970 0.23500 307 1.0332 0.0175 0.4973 0.1564 1.7044 0.33560 2101 0.7141 0.0119 0.4754 0.1564 1.3578 0.32185 308 0.6385 0.0106 0.4389 0.1564 1.2444 0.30295 2102 0.8211 0.0138 0.4721 0.1564 1.4634 0.32115 403 2.1251 0.0362 0.9576 0.1564 3.2753 0.57510 2103 1.6013 0.0271 0.7920 0.1564 2.5768 0.48775 502 1.1778 0.0202 0.4612 0.1564 1.8156 0.31890 2104 0.3944 0.0064 0.3874 0.1564 0.9446 0.27510 504 2.4361 0.0414 1.1460 0.1564 3.7799 0.67190 2105 0.8452 0.0143 0.4061 0.1564 1.4220 0.28840 507 3.5520 0.0599 1.9418 0.1564 5.7101 1.07905 2106 0.6974 0.0117 0.4051 0.1564 1.2706 0.28660 508 1.9483 0.0336 0.5921 0.1564 2.7304 0.39105 2201 0.3847 0.0064 0.2828 0.1564 0.8303 0.22280 509 1.3605 0.0235 0.3814 0.1564 1.9218 0.28065 2202 0.8244 0.0139 0.4374 0.1564 1.4321 0.30385 510 2.8124 0.0476 1.4515 0.1564 4.4679 0.82775 2203 0.6285 0.0105 0.4343 0.1564 1.2297 0.30060 511 1.6717 0.0285 0.7327 0.1564 2.5893 0.45880 2204 0.3847 0.0064 0.2828 0.1564 0.8303 0.22280 512 1.4782 0.0250 0.7512 0.1564 2.4108 0.46630 2401 0.6387 0.0109 0.2772 0.1564 1.0832 0.22225 513 1.1139 0.0190 0.4956 0.1564 1.7849 0.33550 2903 0.7505 0.0124 0.5485 0.1564 1.4678 0.35865 514 1.4276 0.0241 0.7717 0.1564 2.3798 0.47610 2904 0.9972 0.0169 0.4724 0.1564 1.6429 0.32285 516 1.8299 0.0311 0.8383 0.1564 2.8557 0.51290 2905 0.6050 0.0101 0.3953 0.1564 1.1668 0.28090 517 2.2504 0.0384 0.9738 0.1564 3.4190 0.58430 2906 0.6541 0.0109 0.4626 0.1564 1.2840 0.31495 518 1.5866 0.0272 0.6103 0.1564 2.3805 0.39695 2907 0.5275 0.0088 0.3570 0.1564 1.0497 0.26110 519 1.8512 0.0316 0.7692 0.1564 2.8084 0.47860 2908 1.1101 0.0185 0.7335 0.1564 2.0185 0.45420 521 0.7663 0.0129 0.4170 0.1564 1.3526 0.29315 2909 0.4734 0.0078 0.3680 0.1564 1.0056 0.26610 540 0.0248 0.0004 0.0116 0.0013 0.0381 0.00665 " 3101 1.0147 0.0172 0.5145 0.1564 1.7028 0.34405 541 0.0118 0.0002 0.0057 0.0013 0.0190 0.00360 " 3102 0.3895 0.0066 0.1749 0.1564 0.7274 0.16895 550 0.0510 0.0009 0.0199 0.0013 0.0731 0.01105 " 3103 0.4793 0.0081 0.2486 0.1564 0.8924 0.20655 551 0.0171 0.0003 0.0076 0.0013 0.0263 0.00460 " 3104 0.7637 0.0127 0.4975 0.1564 1.4303 0.33330 601 0.6988 0.0119 0.2855 0.1564 1.1526 0.22690 3105 0.9866 0.0163 0.7169 0.1564 1.8762 0.44480 602 1.0324 0.0179 0.2841 0.1564 1.4908 0.22920 3303 0.4493 0.0075 0.2720 0.1564 0.8852 0.21795 603 1.1585 0.0199 0.3871 0.1564 1.7219 0.28170 3304 0.8206 0.0137 0.5491 0.1564 1.5398 0.35960 604 1.3315 0.0225 0.6895 0.1564 2.1999 0.43420 3309 0.5129 0.0086 0.2899 0.1564 0.9678 0.22745 606 0.6331 0.0107 0.3385 0.1564 1.1387 0.25280 3402 0.5645 0.0095 0.3329 0.1564 1.0633 0.24940 607 0.9385 0.0160 0.4170 0.1564 1.5279 0.29470 3403 0.1832 0.0031 0.0942 0.1564 0.4369 0.12685 608 0.5936 0.0102 0.2107 0.1564 0.9709 0.18865 3404 0.5773 0.0097 0.3316 0.1564 1.0750 0.24885 701 2.6563 0.0458 0.8594 0.1564 3.7179 0.53080 3405 0.3805 0.0064 0.2015 0.1564 0.7448 0.18215 803 0.7404 0.0126 0.3609 0.1564 1.2703 0.26495 3406 0.3325 0.0056 0.2064 0.1564 0.7009 0.18420 901 1.5866 0.0272 0.6103 0.1564 2.3805 0.39695 3407 1.0079 0.0171 0.4720 0.1564 1.6534 0.32275 1002 1.0671 0.0182 0.4660 0.1564 1.7077 0.32030 3408 0.3502 0.0060 0.1624 0.1564 0.6750 0.16240 1003 0.8288 0.0141 0.3910 0.1564 1.3903 0.28075 3409 0.2123 0.0035 0.1417 0.1564 0.5139 0.15080 1004 0.5966 0.0102 0.2197 0.1564 0.9829 0.19315 3410 0.2123 0.0035 0.1417 0.1564 0.5139 0.15080 1005 11.8281 0.2028 4.4298 0.1564 16.6171 2.39450 3411 0.7057 0.0120 0.3080 0.1564 1.1821 0.23820 1006 0.2633 0.0044 0.1432 0.1564 0.5673 0.15200 3412 0.9971 0.0171 0.3562 0.1564 1.5268 0.26485 1007 0.4088 0.0070 0.1861 0.1564 0.7583 0.17475 3414 1.1101 0.0189 0.4892 0.1564 1.7746 0.33225 1101 1.5114 0.0257 0.6953 0.1564 2.3888 0.43870 3415 1.3994 0.0237 0.6965 0.1564 2.2760 0.43830 1102 2.4043 0.0413 0.8363 0.1564 3.4383 0.51700 3501 0.5130 0.0085 0.3728 0.1564 1.0507 0.26885 1103 1.3918 0.0237 0.5976 0.1564 2.1695 0.38885 3503 0.3901 0.0065 0.2313 0.1564 0.7843 0.19710 1104 0.7645 0.0128 0.4528 0.1564 1.3865 0.31100 3506 1.1278 0.0192 0.4874 0.1564 1.7908 0.33150 1105 1.0830 0.0184 0.4853 0.1564 1.7431 0.33005 3509 0.5334 0.0090 0.3137 0.1564 1.0125 0.23955 1106 0.4082 0.0068 0.2833 0.1564 0.8547 0.22325 3510 0.4263 0.0071 0.2970 0.1564 0.8868 0.23025 1108 0.5222 0.0087 0.3446 0.1564 1.0319 0.25485 3511 0.9928 0.0167 0.5979 0.1564 1.7638 0.38550 1109 2.3828 0.0406 1.0706 0.1564 3.6504 0.63380 3512 0.4053 0.0067 0.2936 0.1564 0.8620 0.22835 1301 0.8315 0.0142 0.3581 0.1564 1.3602 0.26435 3513 0.5337 0.0089 0.3507 0.1564 1.0497 0.25800 1303 0.4939 0.0084 0.2207 0.1564 0.8794 0.19275 3602 0.1255 0.0021 0.0751 0.1564 0.3591 0.11680 Page 2 17 Proposed 2022 Hourly Rates by Risk Classification Code and Fund Risk MAF Rate Payroll Risk MAF Rate Payroll Class AF Rate SAW MAF NOC SPF Rate Comp.Rate* Deduction' Class AF Rate SAW MAF NOC SPF Rate Comp.Rate* Deduction' 3603 0.5952 0.0100 0.3555 0.1564 1.1171 0.26095 5109 0.6970 0.0119 0.3169 0.1564 1.1822 0.24260 3604 0.9721 0.0163 0.5709 0.1564 1.7157 0.37180 5201 0.3866 0.0065 0.2317 0.1564 0.7812 0.19730 3605 0.5645 0.0095 0.3329 0.1564 1.0633 0.24940 5204 1.4608 0.0251 0.5037 0.1564 2.1460 0.34260 3701 0.3895 0.0066 0.1749 0.1564 0.7274 0.16895 5206 0.5986 0.0101 0.2974 0.1564 1.0625 0.23195 3702 0.4622 0.0077 0.2801 0.1564 0.9064 0.22210 5207 0.1670 0.0028 0.1244 0.1564 0.4506 0.14180 3708 0.7837 0.0132 0.4476 0.1564 1.4009 0.30860 5208 0.8503 0.0143 0.4640 0.1564 1.4850 0.31735 3802 0.2582 0.0043 0.1638 0.1564 0.5827 0.16225 5209 0.8527 0.0144 0.4270 0.1564 1.4505 0.29890 3808 0.5111 0.0086 0.2885 0.1564 0.9646 0.22675 5300 0.1222 0.0021 0.0684 0.1564 0.3491 0.11345 3901 0.1586 0.0026 0.1295 0.1564 0.4471 0.14425 5301 0.0424 0.0007 0.0239 0.1564 0.2234 0.09050 3902 0.5202 0.0086 0.3815 0.1564 1.0667 0.27325 5302 0.0108 0.0002 0.0058 0.1564 0.1732 0.08120 3903 0.5458 0.0090 0.4003 0.1564 1.1115 0.28285 5305 0.0528 0.0009 0.0325 0.1564 0.2426 0.09490 3905 0.1424 0.0023 0.1236 0.1564 0.4247 0.14115 5306 0.0477 0.0008 0.0343 0.1564 0.2392 0.09575 3906 0.5416 0.0090 0.4020 0.1564 1.1090 0.28370 5307 0.9725 0.0166 0.4025 0.1564 1.5480 0.28775 3909 0.2915 0.0048 0.2185 0.1564 0.6712 0.18985 5308 0.1040 0.0017 0.0790 0.1564 0.3411 0.11855 4101 0.2904 0.0049 0.1773 0.1564 0.6290 0.16930 6103 0.0973 0.0016 0.0849 0.1564 0.3402 0.12145 4103 0.6650 0.0111 0.4276 0.1564 1.2601 0.29755 6104 0.4609 0.0077 0.2876 0.1564 0.9126 0.22585 4107 0.2676 0.0045 0.1294 0.1564 0.5579 0.14515 6105 0.7730 0.0132 0.3255 0.1564 1.2681 0.24755 4108 0.1960 0.0033 0.1241 0.1564 0.4798 0.14190 6107 0.1504 0.0024 0.1663 0.1564 0.4755 0.16255 4109 0.2408 0.0040 0.1870 0.1564 0.5882 0.17370 6108 0.3019 0.0049 0.2545 0.1564 0.7177 0.20790 4201 1.2331 0.0213 0.3762 0.1564 1.7870 0.27695 6109 0.1532 0.0026 0.0715 0.1564 0.3837 0.11525 4301 0.9764 0.0161 0.7381 0.1564 1.8870 0.45530 6110 0.5664 0.0096 0.2721 0.1564 1.0045 0.21905 4302 0.9390 0.0158 0.5248 0.1564 1.6360 0.34850 6120 0.4423 0.0075 0.2135 0.1564 0.8197 0.18870 4304 1.0833 0.0177 0.9319 0.1564 2.1893 0.55300 6121 0.6271 0.0107 0.2653 0.1564 1.0595 0.21620 4305 1.4213 0.0242 0.6144 0.1564 2.2163 0.39750 6201 0.6791 0.0115 0.3381 0.1564 1.1851 0.25300 4401 0.4493 0.0075 0.2720 0.1564 0.8852 0.21795 6202 0.9753 0.0164 0.5739 0.1564 1.7220 0.37335 4402 0.8645 0.0147 0.4159 0.1564 1.4515 0.29350 6203 0.0985 0.0016 0.1170 0.1564 0.3735 0.13750 4404 0.5706 0.0096 0.3311 0.1564 1.0677 0.24855 6204 0.1602 0.0027 0.1165 0.1564 0.4358 0.13780 4501 0.2050 0.0034 0.1311 0.1564 0.4959 0.14545 6205 0.2298 0.0038 0.1428 0.1564 0.5328 0.15150 4502 0.0837 0.0014 0.0459 0.1564 0.2874 0.10185 6206 0.2424 0.0040 0.1658 0.1564 0.5686 0.16310 4504 0.1333 0.0022 0.0990 0.1564 0.3909 0.12880 6207 1.2195 0.0204 0.7399 0.1564 2.1362 0.45835 4802 0.5135 0.0086 0.3482 0.1564 1.0267 0.25660 6208 0.2468 0.0040 0.2304 0.1564 0.6376 0.19540 4803 0.4561 0.0075 0.3874 0.1564 1.0074 0.27565 6209 0.3080 0.0050 0.2675 0.1564 0.7369 0.21445 4804 0.6450 0.0106 0.5074 0.1564 1.3194 0.33720 6301 0.1886 0.0032 0.0837 0.1564 0.4319 0.12165 4805 0.4198 0.0069 0.3454 0.1564 0.9285 0.25435 6303 0.0678 0.0011 0.0365 0.1564 0.2618 0.09700 4806 0.1292 0.0021 0.1170 0.1564 0.4047 0.13775 6305 0.1060 0.0018 0.0783 0.1564 0.3425 0.11825 4808 0.6290 0.0106 0.3694 0.1564 1.1654 0.26820 6306 0.4144 0.0070 0.2445 0.1564 0.8223 0.20395 4809 0.3111 0.0052 0.2065 0.1564 0.6792 0.18405 6308 0.0791 0.0013 0.0413 0.1564 0.2781 0.09950 4810 0.2624 0.0043 0.2190 0.1564 0.6421 0.18985 6309 0.2634 0.0044 0.1662 0.1564 0.5904 0.16350 4811 0.5506 0.0090 0.4709 0.1564 1.1869 0.31815 6402 0.2893 0.0048 0.2264 0.1564 0.6769 0.19380 4812 0.5639 0.0095 0.3418 0.1564 1.0716 0.25385 6403 0.1611 0.0027 0.1167 0.1564 0.4369 0.13790 4813 0.2564 0.0042 0.2380 0.1564 0.6550 0.19930 6404 0.3365 0.0056 0.2533 0.1564 0.7518 0.20765 4814 0.1163 0.0019 0.1309 0.1564 0.4055 0.14460 6405 0.8387 0.0142 0.4162 0.1564 1.4255 0.29340 4815 0.2157 0.0034 0.2739 0.1564 0.6494 0.21685 6406 0.1710 0.0028 0.1165 0.1564 0.4467 0.13785 4816 0.3480 0.0056 0.3676 0.1564 0.8776 0.26480 6407 0.3541 0.0059 0.2179 0.1564 0.7343 0.19010 4900 0.1710 0.0029 0.0756 0.1564 0.4059 0.11745 6408 0.7968 0.0134 0.4419 0.1564 1.4085 0.30585 4901 0.0594 0.0010 0.0256 0.1564 0.2424 0.09150 6409 0.8619 0.0146 0.4190 0.1564 1.4519 0.29500 4902 0.1158 0.0020 0.0625 0.1564 0.3367 0.11045 6410 0.4017 0.0068 0.2217 0.1564 0.7866 0.19245 4903 0.2251 0.0038 0.1095 0.1564 0.4948 0.13485 6411 0.0485 0.0008 0.0385 0.1564 0.2442 0.09785 4904 0.0188 0.0003 0.0120 0.1564 0.1875 0.08435 6501 0.1335 0.0023 0.0695 0.1564 0.3617 0.11410 4905 0.3846 0.0063 0.3222 0.1564 0.8695 0.24245 6502 0.0363 0.0006 0.0189 0.1564 0.2122 0.08795 4906 0.1357 0.0023 0.0709 0.1564 0.3653 0.11480 6503 0.1192 0.0020 0.0489 0.1564 0.3265 0.10365 4907 0.0630 0.0010 0.0660 0.1564 0.2864 0.11170 6504 0.2851 0.0046 0.2889 0.1564 0.7350 0.22495 4908 0.1047 0.0017 0.1022 0.1564 0.3650 0.13015 6505 0.1603 0.0026 0.1528 0.1564 0.4721 0.15590 4909 0.0419 0.0007 0.0408 0.1564 0.2398 0.09895 6506 0.1533 0.0026 0.0963 0.1564 0.4086 0.12765 4910 0.6088 0.0103 0.3147 0.1564 1.0902 0.24070 6509 0.2792 0.0046 0.2321 0.1564 0.6723 0.19655 4911 0.0810 0.0014 0.0388 0.1564 0.2776 0.09830 6510 0.6030 0.0104 0.2058 0.1564 0.9756 0.18630 5001 11.5021 0.1965 4.7005 0.1564 16.5555 2.52670 6511 0.3210 0.0053 0.2331 0.1564 0.7158 0.19740 5002 0.7612 0.0129 0.3837 0.1564 1.3142 0.27650 6512 0.1253 0.0021 0.0617 0.1564 0.3455 0.11010 5003 3.4014 0.0583 1.2767 0.1564 4.8928 0.74570 6601 0.2270 0.0038 0.1545 0.1564 0.5417 0.15735 5004 1.2040 0.0201 0.8106 0.1564 2.1911 0.49355 6602 0.6798 0.0113 0.4650 0.1564 1.3125 0.31635 5005 1.4580 0.0250 0.5189 0.1564 2.1583 0.35015 6603 0.3406 0.0057 0.2367 0.1564 0.7394 0.19940 5006 1.7929 0.0308 0.6201 0.1564 2.6002 0.40365 6604 0.0891 0.0015 0.0594 0.1564 0.3064 0.10865 5101 1.3850 0.0237 0.5192 0.1564 2.0843 0.34965 6605 0.3725 0.0062 0.2269 0.1564 0.7620 0.19475 5103 1.0668 0.0179 0.6669 0.1564 1.9080 0.42060 6607 0.1185 0.0020 0.0912 0.1564 0.3681 0.12480 5106 1.0668 0.0179 0.6669 0.1564 1.9080 0.42060 6608 0.8288 0.0143 0.2324 0.1564 1.2319 0.20155 5108 1.0694 0.0181 0.5377 0.1564 1.7816 0.35610 6620 4.4416 0.0754 2.1299 0.1564 6.8033 1.18085 Page 3 18 Proposed 2022 Hourly Rates by Risk Classification Code and Fund Risk MAF Rate Payroll Risk MAF Rate Payroll Class AF Rate SAW MAF NOC SPF Rate Comp.Rate* Deduction' Class AF Rate SAW MAF NOC SPF Rate Comp.Rate* Deduction' 6704 0.1530 0.0025 0.1027 0.1564 0.4146 0.13080 7108 0.2963 0.0049 0.2175 0.1564 0.6751 0.18940 6705 0.7044 0.0114 0.7009 0.1564 1.5731 0.43435 7109 0.1278 0.0022 0.0726 0.1564 0.3590 0.11560 6706 0.2880 0.0047 0.2248 0.1564 0.6739 0.19295 7110 0.6091 0.0103 0.3004 0.1564 1.0762 0.23355 6707 11.9160 0.1944 10.5239 0.1564 22.7907 5.43735 7111 0.4726 0.0081 0.1602 0.1564 0.7973 0.16235 6708 9.6752 0.1558 9.8167 0.1564 19.8041 5.06445 7112 0.7800 0.0130 0.5501 0.1564 1.4995 0.35975 6709 0.3220 0.0054 0.2143 0.1564 0.6981 0.18805 7113 0.5321 0.0089 0.3292 0.1564 1.0266 0.24725 6801 1.0296 0.0178 0.3030 0.1564 1.5068 0.23860 7114 0.8828 0.0146 0.6422 0.1564 1.6960 0.40660 6802 1.0340 0.0175 0.5129 0.1564 1.7208 0.34340 7115 0.6127 0.0101 0.4934 0.1564 1.2726 0.32995 6803 0.8745 0.0151 0.2339 0.1564 1.2799 0.20270 7116 0.6595 0.0112 0.3312 0.1564 1.1583 0.24940 6804 0.3417 0.0057 0.2141 0.1564 0.7179 0.18810 7117 1.3602 0.0227 0.8744 0.1564 2.4137 0.52675 6809 4.4187 0.0725 3.6843 0.1564 8.3319 1.95660 7118 2.2303 0.0377 1.1628 0.1564 3.5872 0.67845 6901 - - 0.0670 - 0.0670 0.03350 7119 2.4177 0.0411 1.1075 0.1564 3.7227 0.65250 6902 1.1296 0.0192 0.5239 0.1564 1.8291 0.34975 7120 7.1065 0.1212 3.0718 0.1564 10.4559 1.67470 6903 7.3824 0.1269 2.5581 0.1564 10.2238 1.42070 7121 11.8028 0.2021 4.5366 0.1564 16.6979 2.44755 6904 1.8754 0.0322 0.6760 0.1564 2.7400 0.43230 7122 0.4190 0.0069 0.3307 0.1564 0.9130 0.24700 6905 1.3846 0.0238 0.4990 0.1564 2.0638 0.33960 7200 3.2292 0.0557 0.9720 0.1564 4.4133 0.59205 6906 - - 0.4513 - 0.4513 0.22565 7201 2.3223 0.0398 0.8636 0.1564 3.3821 0.52990 6907 1.0289 0.0172 0.6362 0.1564 1.8387 0.40490 7202 0.0327 0.0006 0.0162 0.1564 0.2059 0.08660 6908 0.4864 0.0082 0.2549 0.1564 0.9059 0.20975 7203 0.1058 0.0017 0.1100 0.1564 0.3739 0.13405 6909 0.1454 0.0024 0.0895 0.1564 0.3937 0.12415 7204 - - - 0.1564 0.1564 0.07820 7100 0.0277 0.0005 0.0119 0.1564 0.1965 0.08440 7205 - - - 0.1564 0.1564 0.07820 7101 0.0331 0.0006 0.0157 0.1564 0.2058 0.08635 7301 0.7736 0.0127 0.6313 0.1564 1.5740 0.40020 7103 1.5366 0.0264 0.5442 0.1564 2.2636 0.36350 7302 0.9579 0.0159 0.7061 0.1564 1.8363 0.43920 7104 0.0317 0.0005 0.0180 0.1564 0.2066 0.08745 7307 0.6028 0.0101 0.3922 0.1564 1.1615 0.27935 7105 0.0207 0.0003 0.0131 0.1564 0.1905 0.08490 7308 0.2704 0.0044 0.2498 0.1564 0.6810 0.20530 7106 0.3382 0.0056 0.2177 0.1564 0.7179 0.18985 7309 0.2665 0.0043 0.2377 0.1564 0.6649 0.19920 7107 0.4918 0.0082 0.3060 0.1564 0.9624 0.23530 7400 3.7135 0.0641 1.1178 0.1564 5.0518 0.66915 'The Composite Rate and Payrol Deduction Columns assume an experience factor of 1.0000 **The rates for these classes are per square foot of wallboard installed. AF stands for Accident Fund MAF stands for Medical Aid Fund SAW stands for the Stay At Work Program,which is funded through the Medical Aid Fund MAF NOC is the Medical Aid Fund rate excluding SAW SPF stands for Supplemental Pension Fund See WAC 296-17A for complete class descriptions[http:llapps.leg.wa.gov/WAC/default.aspx?cite=296-17A] If you cannot find a description for your business,please call your account manager for help.