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Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 7/16/2019 5:00 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: City Council Chambers
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Minutes Minutes  
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19-0723 11.EDMin20190625Item FiledMinutes of the Economic Development Committee, June 25, 2019.filed  Action details Not available
19-0712 12.SSMin20190430MinutesMinutes of the City Council study session, April 30, 2019.adopted  Action details Not available
19-0724 13.SSMin20190507MinutesMinutes of the City Council study session, May 7, 2019.adopted  Action details Not available
19-0726 14.CCMin20190423MinutesMinutes of the City Council meeting, April 23, 2019.adopted  Action details Not available
19-0722 15.CCMin20190430MinutesMinutes of the City Council meeting, April 30, 2019.adopted  Action details Not available
19-0727 16.CCMin20190507MinutesMinutes of the City Council meeting, May 7, 2019.adopted  Action details Not available
19-0725 17.COWMin20190416SpMtgMinutesMinutes of the Committee of the Whole special meeting, April 16, 2019.adopted  Action details Not available
RES40374 18.Purchase Resolution – Puget Paving & Construction Inc.ResolutionA resolution awarding a contract to Puget Paving & Construction Inc., in the amount of $1,824,000, plus applicable taxes, plus a 20 percent contingency, for a total of $2,188,800, budgeted from the Streets Initiative and Surface Water Funds, for the restoration of approximately 18 blocks of residential streets and construction of ADA curb ramps in the North End - Specification No. PW19-0065F. [Darius Thompson, Project Manager; Kurtis D. Kingsolver, P.E., Director, Public Works]adoptedPass Action details Video Video
RES40375 19.Purchase Resolution – Serpanok Construction Inc.ResolutionA resolution authorizing an increase to the contract with Serpanok Construction Inc., in the amount of $50,000, plus applicable taxes, for a total of $228,076, budgeted from the Transportation Capital Fund, for the testing, excavation, removal, and disposal of hazardous waste found on the Ruston Way shoreline - Specification No. PW18-0408F. [Darius Thompson, Project Manager; Kurtis D. Kingsolver, P.E., Director, Public Works]adoptedPass Action details Video Video
RES40376 110.RES - Support of NTSB safety recommendationsResolutionA resolution expressing support for the implementation of safety recommendations approved by the National Transportation Safety Board on May 21, 2019, as a result of the investigation of the Amtrak passenger train 501 derailment near DuPont; and encouraging the resumption of service and use of the new Amtrak Cascades Station in Tacoma’s Freighthouse Square as soon as enactment of safety recommendations allows. [Mayor Woodards]adoptedPass Action details Video Video
ORD28597 111.Ordinance - 483 HR & 483 WaterOrdinanceAn ordinance amending Chapter 1.12 of the Municipal Code, relating to the Compensation Plan, to implement rates of pay and compensation for employees represented by the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 483, Human Resources Unit and Water Division Unit. [Kari L. Louie, Senior Compensation and Benefits Manager; Gary Buchanan, Director, Human Resources]passed as amendedPass Action details Video Video
ORD28597 1 Ordinance - 483 HR & 483 WaterOrdinanceAn ordinance amending Chapter 1.12 of the Municipal Code, relating to the Compensation Plan, to implement rates of pay and compensation for employees represented by the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 483, Human Resources Unit and Water Division Unit. [Kari L. Louie, Senior Compensation and Benefits Manager; Gary Buchanan, Director, Human Resources]passed as amendedPass Action details Video Video
ORD28598 112.ORD - TMC 11 Amendments - Renaming Eell Street to "Fishing Wars Memorial Crossing"OrdinanceAn ordinance amending Chapters 11.05 and 11.55 of the Municipal Code, relating to the Model Traffic Ordinance and the Heavy Haul Industrial Corridor, to rename Eells Street to “Fishing Wars Memorial Crossing.” [Josh Diekmann, P.E., Assistant Division Manager; Kurtis D. Kingsolver, P.E., Director, Public Works]set over for final reading  Action details Video Video