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Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 11/20/2018 5:00 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: City Council Chambers
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18-1350 11.CVSMin20180913Item FiledMinutes of the Community Vitality and Safety Committee, September 13, 2018.filed  Action details Not available
18-1351 12.CVSMin20180927Item FiledMinutes of the Community Vitality and Safety Committee, September 27, 2018.filed  Action details Not available
18-1352 13.CVSMin20181011Item FiledMinutes of the Community Vitality and Safety Committee, October 11, 2018.filed  Action details Not available
18-1360 14.EDMin20180911Item FiledMinutes of the Economic Development Committee, September 11, 2018.filed  Action details Not available
18-1361 15.EDMin20181009Item FiledMinutes of the Economic Development Committee, October 9, 2018.filed  Action details Not available
18-1322 16.LPCMin20180509Item FiledMinutes of the Landmarks Preservation Commission, May 9, 2018.filed  Action details Not available
18-1367 17.PCMin20180718Item FiledMinutes of the Planning Commission, July 18, 2018.filed  Action details Not available
18-1368 18.PCMin20180801Item FiledMinutes of the Planning Commission, August 1, 2018.filed  Action details Not available
18-1331 19.PCMin20180919SpMtgItem FiledMinutes of the Planning Commission special meeting, September 19, 2018.filed  Action details Not available
18-1318 110.TACMin20181008Item FiledMinutes of the Tacoma Arts Commission, October 8, 2018.filed  Action details Not available
ORD28536 111.ORD - CFW LLC "Heritage Gardens" (LU18-0120)OrdinanceAn ordinance requesting a planned residential development overlay classification be added to 8.94 acres of mostly undeveloped land in the “R-2” Single-Family Dwelling District, generally located at 1239 East 54th Street, to allow for a Planned Residential Development of 94 units/lots for single-family, and townhouse residences. (CFW LLC; File No. LU18-0120) [Jeff H. Capell, Hearing Examiner]passed  Action details Not available
18-1381 112. ProclamationProclaiming Saturday, November 24, 2018 as Small Business Saturday.   Action details Not available
RES40161 113.RES - AAB ReappointmentAppointmentA resolution reappointing Jeff Ball to the Audit Advisory Board. [Doris Sorum, City Clerk; Bill Fosbre, City Attorney]adoptedPass Action details Video Video
RES40162 114.Purchase Resolution – Asphalt Patch Systems, Inc.ResolutionA resolution awarding a contract to Asphalt Patch Systems, Inc., in the amount of $2,848,453.33, plus applicable sales tax, plus a 30 percent contingency, for a total of $3,702,989.32, budgeted from various department funds, for as-needed street patching and utility repair services, for a three-year term, with the option to renew for one additional one-year term - Specification No. CT18-0277F. [Patsy Best, Procurement and Payables Division Manager; Andy Cherullo, Director, Finance]adoptedPass Action details Video Video
RES40163 115.Purchase Resolution – OSW Equipment & Repair Inc.ResolutionA resolution awarding a contract to OSW Equipment & Repair Inc., in the amount of $1,000,000, plus applicable sales tax, budgeted from the Fleet Equipment Rental Capital General Fund, for nine dump truck bodies and three pup trailers - Snohomish County Contract 060-16SR. [Paul Hanna, Fleet Services Manager; Kurtis D. Kingsolver, P.E., Director, Public Works]adoptedPass Action details Video Video
RES40164 116.Purchase Resolution – Western Peterbilt LLCResolutionA resolution awarding a contract to Western Peterbilt LLC, in the amount of $1,200,000, plus applicable sales tax, budgeted from the Fleet Equipment Rental Capital General Fund, for nine truck cabs and chassis - Washington State Contract 01513. [Paul Hanna, Fleet Services Manager; Kurtis D. Kingsolver, P.E., Director, Public Works]adoptedPass Action details Video Video
RES40165 117.RES - PDS fee scheduleResolutionA resolution approving the Planning and Development Services Fee Schedule for development permitting, effective January 1, 2019. [Peter Huffman, Director, Planning and Development Services]adoptedPass Action details Video Video
RES40166 118.RES - 2019-2020 Fee ScheduleResolutionA resolution approving the General Government Fee Schedule for special and miscellaneous services. [Katie Johnston, Budget Officer; Andy Cherullo, Director, Finance]adoptedPass Action details Video Video
RES40167 119.RES - Rock, Paper, Scissors agrmnt impacts of exploitation and sexual assaultResolutionA resolution authorizing the use of $6,500 of City Council Contingency Funds, to fund tools to address and manage the impacts of exploitation and sexual assault; and directing the City Manager to negotiate and execute an agreement with the non-profit organization Rock, Paper, Scissors, outlining the scope of work and deliverables. [Mayor Woodards and Council Members Hunter and Ushka]adoptedPass Action details Video Video
ORD28535 120.ORD - Right of Use Agreement and Non-Exclusive Franchise with Pierce CountyOrdinanceAn ordinance approving the renewal and extension of the Non-Exclusive Franchise and Right of Use Agreement with Pierce Transit, from January 1, 2019 to January 1, 2024, for transit-related infrastructure within City rights-of-way. [Jennifer Hines, Assistant Division Manager; Kurtis D. Kingsolver, P.E., Director, Public Works]passedPass Action details Video Video
ORD28547 121.ORD - Amending TMC 12.08 - Wastewater and Surface Water RatesOrdinanceAn ordinance amending Chapter 12.08 of the Municipal Code, relating to Wastewater and Surface Water Management - Regulation and Rates, to adjust rates and charges for services provided by the Wastewater and Surface Water Utilities for the years 2019 and 2020. [Dan Thompson, Ph.D., Business Operations Division Manager; Michael P. Slevin III, P.E., Director, Environmental Services]passedPass Action details Video Video
ORD28548 122.ORD - amending TMC 12.09 - Solid Waste, Recycling, and Hazardous WasteOrdinanceAn ordinance amending Chapter 12.09 of the Municipal Code, relating to Solid Waste, Recycling, and Hazardous Waste, to adjust rates and charges for services provided by the Solid Waste Utility for the years 2019 and 2020. [Lewis Griffith, Solid Waste Management Division Manager; Michael P. Slevin III, P.E., Director, Environmental Services]passedPass Action details Video Video
ORD28549 123.ORD - TMC 3.06 and 3.09 Fire Fees and FinesOrdinanceAn ordinance amending Chapters 3.06 and 3.09 of the Municipal Code, relating to Alarm Systems and Fire Code Permits and Fees, by adding a new Section 3.06.005, entitled “Fire False Alarms” and revising fees for commercial fire protection systems compliance and building inspections. [Teresa Green, Fire Department Manager; James P. Duggan, Fire Chief]passedPass Action details Video Video
ORD28550 124.ORD - TMC 6B.50.070 Non-emergent lift assistanceOrdinanceAn ordinance amending Chapter 6B.50 of the Municipal Code, relating to Ambulances, by adding a new Section 6B.50.070, entitled “Penalty for Non-Emergent Lift Assistance at Licensed Care Facilities,” to issue a penalty charge for non-emergent patient lift assistance performed by the Fire Department or its contractors, effective February 1, 2019. [Teresa Green, Fire Department Manager; James P. Duggan, Fire Chief]amendedPass Action details Video Video
ORD28550 1 ORD - TMC 6B.50.070 Non-emergent lift assistanceOrdinanceAn ordinance amending Chapter 6B.50 of the Municipal Code, relating to Ambulances, by adding a new Section 6B.50.070, entitled “Penalty for Non-Emergent Lift Assistance at Licensed Care Facilities,” to issue a penalty charge for non-emergent patient lift assistance performed by the Fire Department or its contractors, effective February 1, 2019. [Teresa Green, Fire Department Manager; James P. Duggan, Fire Chief]amendedPass Action details Video Video
ORD28550 1 ORD - TMC 6B.50.070 Non-emergent lift assistanceOrdinanceAn ordinance amending Chapter 6B.50 of the Municipal Code, relating to Ambulances, by adding a new Section 6B.50.070, entitled “Penalty for Non-Emergent Lift Assistance at Licensed Care Facilities,” to issue a penalty charge for non-emergent patient lift assistance performed by the Fire Department or its contractors, effective February 1, 2019. [Teresa Green, Fire Department Manager; James P. Duggan, Fire Chief]passed as amendedPass Action details Video Video
ORD28551 125.ORD - Amend and revise Chapters 12.06 Electric regulations and ratesOrdinanceAn ordinance amending Chapter 12.06 of the Municipal Code, relating to Electric Energy - Regulations and Rates, for two rate adjustments, effective April 1, 2019 and April 1, 2020. [Bill Berry, Rates, Planning, and Analysis Manager; Chris Robinson, Power Superintendent]passedPass Action details Video Video
ORD28552 126.ORD - 12.06.371 Electric Vehicle Fast ChargeOrdinanceAn ordinance amending Chapter 12.06 of the Municipal Code, relating to Electric Energy - Regulations and Rates, by adding a new Section 12.06.371, entitled “Electric Vehicle Fast Charge - Schedule FC,” to establish a temporary rate schedule to test rates that would facilitate economic sales of energy to electric vehicle fast charging sites, effective January 1, 2019 through December 31, 2031. [Bill Berry, Rates, Planning, and Analysis Manager; Chris Robinson, Power Superintendent]passedPass Action details Video Video
ORD28553 127.ORD - TMC 12.13 Click! RatesOrdinanceAn ordinance amending Chapter 12.13 of the Municipal Code, relating to Click! Network TV Products, to revise prices by 9.8 percent for Click! Network Cable TV services, and $5 per service tier for the wholesale ISP Advantage service, effective January 1, 2019. [Tenzin Gyaltsen, Click! General Manager; Chris Robinson, Power Superintendent]passedPass Action details Video Video
ORD28554 128.ORD - Amend and revise Chapter 12.10 Water regulations and ratesOrdinanceAn ordinance amending Chapter 12.10 of the Municipal Code, relating to Water - Regulations and Rates, for two rate adjustments, effective January 1, 2019 and January 1, 2020. [Sean Senescall, Rates and Financial Planning Manager; Scott Dewhirst, Water Superintendent]passedPass Action details Video Video
ORD28555 129.ORD - Tacoma Rail TMBL 8807 switching tariffOrdinanceAn ordinance authorizing the reissuance of Tacoma Municipal Belt Line 8807 series freight switching tariff, to ensure reliable rail services at cost of service rates, effective January 1, 2019. [Dan McCabe, Rail Section Manager; Dale King, Rail Superintendent]passedPass Action details Video Video
ORD28556 130.ORD - 2019-2020 Biennial Operating BudgetOrdinanceAn ordinance adopting the 2019-2020 Biennial Operating Budget. [Katie Johnston, Budget Officer; Andy Cherullo, Director, Finance]passedPass Action details Video Video
ORD28557 131.ORD - 2019-2024 CF and 2019-2020 CBOrdinanceAn ordinance approving the 2019-2024 Capital Facilities Program of the Comprehensive Plan, and approving the 2019-2020 Capital Budget. [Katie Johnston, Budget Officer; Andy Cherullo, Director, Finance]passedPass Action details Video Video
ORD28558 132.ORD - Source of Income as a protected classOrdinanceAn ordinance amending Chapter 1.29 of the Municipal Code, relating to the Human Rights Commission, to add source of income as a protected class. [Andreta Armstrong, Human Rights Manager; Diane Powers, Director, Office of Equity and Human Rights]passedPass Action details Video Video
ORD28559 133.ORD - Rental Housing CodeOrdinanceAn ordinance amending Title 1 of the Municipal Code, relating to Administration and Personnel, by adding a new Chapter 1.95, entitled “Rental Housing Code,” to increase the number of days a landlord must give a tenant before terminating a tenancy; require additional notification for increased rent; require landlords to pay tenant relocation assistance; and require landlords to provide tenants with information relevant to the rental agreements, landlords, and rental properties, effective February 1, 2019. [ChiQuata Elder, Landlord-Tenant/Crime Free Housing Coordinator; Diane Powers, Director, Office of Equity and Human Rights]amendedPass Action details Video Video
ORD28559 1 ORD - Rental Housing CodeOrdinanceAn ordinance amending Title 1 of the Municipal Code, relating to Administration and Personnel, by adding a new Chapter 1.95, entitled “Rental Housing Code,” to increase the number of days a landlord must give a tenant before terminating a tenancy; require additional notification for increased rent; require landlords to pay tenant relocation assistance; and require landlords to provide tenants with information relevant to the rental agreements, landlords, and rental properties, effective February 1, 2019. [ChiQuata Elder, Landlord-Tenant/Crime Free Housing Coordinator; Diane Powers, Director, Office of Equity and Human Rights]tabledPass Action details Video Video
ORD28559 1 ORD - Rental Housing CodeOrdinanceAn ordinance amending Title 1 of the Municipal Code, relating to Administration and Personnel, by adding a new Chapter 1.95, entitled “Rental Housing Code,” to increase the number of days a landlord must give a tenant before terminating a tenancy; require additional notification for increased rent; require landlords to pay tenant relocation assistance; and require landlords to provide tenants with information relevant to the rental agreements, landlords, and rental properties, effective February 1, 2019. [ChiQuata Elder, Landlord-Tenant/Crime Free Housing Coordinator; Diane Powers, Director, Office of Equity and Human Rights]amendedPass Action details Video Video
ORD28559 1 ORD - Rental Housing CodeOrdinanceAn ordinance amending Title 1 of the Municipal Code, relating to Administration and Personnel, by adding a new Chapter 1.95, entitled “Rental Housing Code,” to increase the number of days a landlord must give a tenant before terminating a tenancy; require additional notification for increased rent; require landlords to pay tenant relocation assistance; and require landlords to provide tenants with information relevant to the rental agreements, landlords, and rental properties, effective February 1, 2019. [ChiQuata Elder, Landlord-Tenant/Crime Free Housing Coordinator; Diane Powers, Director, Office of Equity and Human Rights]amendedPass Action details Video Video
ORD28559 1 ORD - Rental Housing CodeOrdinanceAn ordinance amending Title 1 of the Municipal Code, relating to Administration and Personnel, by adding a new Chapter 1.95, entitled “Rental Housing Code,” to increase the number of days a landlord must give a tenant before terminating a tenancy; require additional notification for increased rent; require landlords to pay tenant relocation assistance; and require landlords to provide tenants with information relevant to the rental agreements, landlords, and rental properties, effective February 1, 2019. [ChiQuata Elder, Landlord-Tenant/Crime Free Housing Coordinator; Diane Powers, Director, Office of Equity and Human Rights]amendedPass Action details Video Video
ORD28559 1 ORD - Rental Housing CodeOrdinanceAn ordinance amending Title 1 of the Municipal Code, relating to Administration and Personnel, by adding a new Chapter 1.95, entitled “Rental Housing Code,” to increase the number of days a landlord must give a tenant before terminating a tenancy; require additional notification for increased rent; require landlords to pay tenant relocation assistance; and require landlords to provide tenants with information relevant to the rental agreements, landlords, and rental properties, effective February 1, 2019. [ChiQuata Elder, Landlord-Tenant/Crime Free Housing Coordinator; Diane Powers, Director, Office of Equity and Human Rights]amendedPass Action details Video Video
ORD28559 1 ORD - Rental Housing CodeOrdinanceAn ordinance amending Title 1 of the Municipal Code, relating to Administration and Personnel, by adding a new Chapter 1.95, entitled “Rental Housing Code,” to increase the number of days a landlord must give a tenant before terminating a tenancy; require additional notification for increased rent; require landlords to pay tenant relocation assistance; and require landlords to provide tenants with information relevant to the rental agreements, landlords, and rental properties, effective February 1, 2019. [ChiQuata Elder, Landlord-Tenant/Crime Free Housing Coordinator; Diane Powers, Director, Office of Equity and Human Rights]passed as amendedPass Action details Video Video
ORD28560 134.ORD - TMC 2.01 ReceivershipOrdinanceAn ordinance amending Chapter 2.01 of the Municipal Code, relating to the Minimum Building and Structures Code, to allow the City to pursue receivership of private properties which are derelict or unfit. [Keith Williams, Code Inspection Supervisor; Linda Stewart, Director, Neighborhood and Community Services]set over for final reading  Action details Video Video
ORD28561 135.ORD - Title 2 CPI AmendmentsOrdinanceAn ordinance amending Title 2 of the Municipal Code, relating to Buildings, to allow for annual permit fee adjustments tied to the Consumer Price Index, and other minor changes. [Peter Huffman, Director, Planning and Development Services]set over for final reading  Action details Video Video