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Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 11/6/2018 5:00 PM Minutes status: Draft  
Meeting location: City Council Chambers
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18-1285 11.GTRCCPFDBMin20180719Item FiledMinutes of the Greater Tacoma Regional Convention Center Public Facilities District Board, July 19, 2018.   Not available Not available
18-1298 12.Preliminary TPU BudgetItem FiledTacoma Public Utilities 2019-2020 Preliminary Biennium Budget.   Not available Not available
18-1301 13. Item FiledAn additional list of names and informal petition regarding local health professionals urging protections for air and climate.   Not available Not available
18-1302 14. Item FiledAn additional list of names and informal petition regarding protecting Tacoma’s Tideflats.   Not available Not available
18-1300 15. RecognitionRecognizing the 8th Annual Homeless Veterans Day Celebration.   Not available Video Video
18-1304 16. ProclamationProclaiming the week of November 11 through November 17, 2018 as Joint Base Lewis-McChord Week.   Not available Video Video
18-1305 17. ProclamationProclaiming Saturday, November 10, 2018 as Puget Sound Orca Recovery Day.   Not available Video Video
18-1299 18. Action ItemA motion may be considered to authorize the City’s full and final settlement of all claims against the City in the matter of Millard Hull, Jr. v. Brad Jangard and Jane Doe Jangard, and the City of Tacoma, Pierce County Superior Court Cause No. 17-2-07696-7, upon payment by the City in the amount of $375,000.   Not available Not available
RES40154 19.Purchase Resolution – Presidio Networked Solutions LLCResolutionA resolution awarding a contract to Presidio Networked Solutions LLC, in the amount of $398,608.12, plus applicable sales tax, plus a 20 percent contingency, for a total of $478,323.74, budgeted from the Information Systems Fund, for professional services, training, and organizational change management in support of the City’s migration to Office 365 - GSA Contract No. GS-35F-333GA. [Kipling Morris, Infrastructure Services and Operations Manager; Daniel Key, Director, Information Technology]   Not available Video Video
RES40155 110.RES - Sale of Tacoma Power property to the CooksonsResolutionA resolution declaring surplus and authorizing the sale and conveyance of approximately 1.65 acres of property, located south of Christiansen-Muck County Road and approximately 1,200 feet west of 46th Avenue East, in the Graham-Eatonville area of unincorporated Pierce County, to Patrick and Shannon Cookson, for the amount of $12,000. [Greg Muller, Real Estate Officer; Chris Robinson, Power Superintendent]   Not available Video Video
RES40156 111.RES - Sale of Tacoma Power Property to the LaylandsResolutionA resolution declaring surplus and authorizing the sale and conveyance of approximately 1.65 acres of property, located south of SR 702 at Kinsman Road East, in the Graham-Eatonville area of unincorporated Pierce County, to Todd and Zana Layland, for the amount of $12,000. [Greg Muller, Real Estate Officer; Chris Robinson, Power Superintendent]   Not available Video Video
RES40157 112.RES - Tax and License Account Closure and Collection ProjectResolutionA resolution designating the Tax and License Account Closure and Collection Project as a Special Project of Limited Duration, and designating general salary classifications and benefits for persons employed on the project, for a period of two years, effective November 26, 2018. [Danielle Larson, Tax and License Manager; Andy Cherullo, Director, Finance]   Not available Video Video
ORD28537 113.ORD - 6B.165 Provisional Rental Property LicenseOrdinanceAn ordinance amending Chapter 6B.165 of the Municipal Code, relating to Provisional Rental Property License, to establish a no-fee license and shortened license term for all rental property owners who fall under the requirements of said license for a first time offense; increase penalties for repeat offenses or noncompliance; and address areas of inconsistency in the tax and license codes. [Danielle Larson, Tax and License Manager; Andy Cherullo, Director, Finance]   Not available Video Video
ORD28538 114.ORD - Title 6 Annual Business LicenseOrdinanceAn ordinance amending Title 6 of the Municipal Code, relating to the Tax and License Code, by amending various chapters to add a new minimum license threshold, as required by state law, and to update language. [Danielle Larson, Tax and License Manager; Andy Cherullo, Director, Finance]   Not available Video Video
ORD28539 115.ORD - Title 6 clean upOrdinanceAn ordinance amending Title 6 of the Municipal Code, relating to the Tax and License Code, by amending and repealing various chapters to update language and address areas of inconsistency. [Danielle Larson, Tax and License Manager; Andy Cherullo, Director, Finance]   Not available Video Video
ORD28540 116.ORD - Title 6 Entertainment LicensesOrdinanceAn ordinance amending Title 6 of the Municipal Code, relating to the Tax and License Code, by amending various chapters to address areas of inconsistency and update language related to the regulation of entertainment, dancing, and show business activities. [Danielle Larson, Tax and License Manager; Andy Cherullo, Director, Finance]   Not available Video Video
ORD28541 117.ORD - TMC 18.20 Minimum WageOrdinanceAn ordinance amending Chapter 18.20 of the Municipal Code, relating to Minimum Wage, by repealing in its entirety Section 18.20.080, entitled “Review,” to remove language requiring a study be conducted on the City’s minimum wage law. [Danielle Larson, Tax and License Manager; Andy Cherullo, Director, Finance]   Not available Video Video
ORD28543 118.ORD - Approve revenues from Property Tax LevyOrdinanceAn ordinance fixing the amount of the Ad Valorem tax levies necessary to identify the amount of the estimated revenues from property tax levies to match estimated expenditures for debt service and other funding requirements. [Katie Johnston, Budget Officer; Andy Cherullo, Director, Finance]   Not available Video Video
ORD28544 119.ORD - 2019 general property tax revenue collectionOrdinanceAn ordinance authorizing an increase in the 2019 general property tax revenue collection in terms of both dollars and percentage. [Katie Johnston, Budget Officer; Andy Cherullo, Director, Finance]   Not available Video Video
ORD28545 120.ORD - Approving the EMS tax levyOrdinanceAn ordinance fixing the amount of the Emergency Medical Services levy necessary to identify the amount of the estimated revenues from the property tax levy to match estimated expenditures for debt service and other funding requirements. [Katie Johnston, Budget Officer; Andy Cherullo, Director, Finance]   Not available Video Video
ORD28546 121.ORD - 2019 EMS tax levy increaseOrdinanceAn ordinance authorizing an increase for the 2019 Emergency Medical Services property tax levy in terms of both dollars and percentage. [Katie Johnston, Budget Officer; Andy Cherullo, Director, Finance]   Not available Video Video
18-1280 222.PH - 2019-2020 Biennial BudgetPublic HearingThis is the date set for the second public hearing by the City Council on the proposed 2019-2020 Biennial Budget. [Katie Johnston, Budget Officer; Andy Cherullo, Director, Finance]   Not available Video Video
18-1281 223.PH - 2019-2020 Capital Budget and 2019-2024 CFPPublic HearingThis is the date set for the second public hearing by the City Council on the proposed 2019-2020 Capital Budget and 2019-2024 Capital Facilities Program. [Katie Johnston, Budget Officer; Andy Cherullo, Director, Finance]   Not available Video Video