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Please note: this meeting's minutes have not been finalized yet. Actions taken on legislation and their results are not available.
Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 7/30/2019 5:00 PM Minutes status: Draft  
Meeting location: City Council Chambers
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19-0775 11.EDMin20190710SpMtgItem FiledMinutes of the Economic Development Committee special meeting, July 10, 2019.   Not available Not available
19-0756 12.IPSMin20190626Item FiledMinutes of the Infrastructure, Planning, and Sustainability Committee, June 26, 2019.   Not available Not available
19-0779 13.PUBSSMin20190626Item FiledMinutes of the Public Utility Board study session, June 26, 2019.   Not available Not available
19-0780 14.PUBMin20190626Item FiledMinutes of the Public Utility Board meeting, June 26, 2019.   Not available Not available
19-0777 15. Item FiledPierce Transit Development Plan: 2019-2024.   Not available Not available
19-0783 16.SSMin20190604MinutesMinutes of the City Council study session, June 4, 2019.   Not available Not available
19-0717 17.CCMin20190514MinutesMinutes of the City Council meeting, May 14, 2019.   Not available Not available
19-0739 18.CCMin20190521MinutesMinutes of the City Council meeting, May 21, 2019.   Not available Not available
RES40381 19.RES - Set public hearing date - Annual Amendments 2019ResolutionA resolution setting Tuesday, August 20, 2019, at approximately 5:15 p.m., as the date for a public hearing by the City Council on the 2019 Annual Amendment to the Comprehensive Plan and Land Use Regulatory Code, as recommended by the Planning Commission. [Brian Boudet, Planning Division Manager; Peter Huffman, Director, Planning and Development Services]   Not available Not available
RES40382 110.RES - Accepting 13 grants to fund various Public Works projectsResolutionA resolution accepting 13 grants from the Washington State Department of Transportation, Puget Sound Regional Council, the Highway Safety Improvement Program, and Washington Traffic Safety Commission, in the total amount of $9,248,997, accepting and depositing said sum into various Capital Project funds, to fund various Public Works projects including rehabilitating roadways, pedestrian and bicycle facilities, trails, bikeways, and pedestrian railroad crossings. [Chris E. Larson, P.E., Engineering Division Manager; Kurtis D. Kingsolver, P.E., Director, Public Works]   Not available Not available
19-0790 111.Presentation - Smart Housing Strategies AwardPresentationPresentation of the Smart Housing Strategies Award for the Affordable Housing Action Strategy.   Not available Video Video
19-0781 112. Action ItemA motion may be considered to concur with the July 24, 2019, recommendation of the Public Utility Board, and to authorize the City’s full and final settlement of all property damage claims against the City by Farmers Insurance Exchange as Subrogee of Dimension Town Homes, Claim No. W-030-18, upon payment by the City in the amount of $161,478.51.   Not available Not available
RES40383 113.Purchase Resolution – Active Construction Inc.ResolutionA resolution awarding a contract to Active Construction Inc., in the amount of $1,148,153.36, plus applicable taxes, plus a 20 percent contingency, for a total of $1,377,784.03, budgeted from the Surface Water Fund, to remove accumulated sediments, vegetation, and debris from the south cell of the Hosmer Holding Basin - Specification No. ES19-0103F. [Steve Hoffman, Project Manager; Michael P. Slevin III, P.E., Director, Environmental Services]   Not available Video Video
RES40384 114.Purchase Resolution – Intermountain Slurry Seal Inc.ResolutionA resolution awarding a contract to Intermountain Slurry Seal Inc., in the amount of $484,616.35, plus applicable taxes, plus a 20 percent contingency, for a total of $581,539.62, budgeted from the Streets Initiative Fund, for asphalt pavement surface treatments at various locations throughout the City - City of Vancouver Contract No. C-100067. [Erik Sloan, Management Analyst; Kurtis D. Kingsolver, P.E., Director, Public Works]   Not available Video Video
RES40385 115.Purchase Resolution – American Custodial Inc.ResolutionA resolution authorizing an increase to the contract with American Custodial Inc., in the amount of $158,367.12, plus applicable taxes, for a total of $300,000.00, budgeted from the Municipal Building Acquisition and Operation Fund, for janitorial services at the Tacoma Police Department Substations, Marine Security Operations Center, and Harrison Firing Range - Specification No. PW15-0602F. [Jeff Paradee, P.E., Operations and Maintenance Manager; Kurtis D. Kingsolver, P.E., Director, Public Works]   Not available Video Video
RES40386 116.RES - PurpleAir Sensors UWT AgreementResolutionA resolution authorizing the use of up to $15,000 of City Council Contingency Funds for working with the University of Washington Tacoma (UWT) to purchase air sensors, create a two-year pilot program to educate and engage the public in air quality monitoring, and to provide consultation regarding optimal locations for pollution detection; and directing the City Manager to negotiate and execute an agreement with UWT outlining the scope of work and deliverables. [James Parvey, Environmental Policy and Sustainability Division Manager; Michael P. Slevin III, P.E., Director, Environmental Services]   Not available Video Video
RES40387 117.RES - Commitment to being a more age-friendly CityResolutionA resolution expressing the City Council’s commitment to making the City a more age-friendly city under the criteria set forth by the World Health Organization and the AARP Network of Age-Friendly States and Communities; and directing the City Manager to take the steps necessary for that designation. [Council Member Hunter]   Not available Video Video
RES40388 118.RES - operationalize a newly approved revenue sharing program for affordable housingResolutionA resolution stating the City’s intent to authorize the maximum capacity of the tax authorized under the provisions of Substitute House Bill 1406 for affordable and supportive housing. [Jeff Robinson, Director, Community and Economic Development]   Not available Video Video
ORD28599 119.ORD - approve a local sales and use tax program to access affordable housing fundingOrdinance(First and Final Reading) An ordinance amending Chapter 6A.70 of the Municipal Code, relating to Local Option Taxes, by adding Section 6A.70.047 entitled “Credit against state’s share of tax - sales or use tax for affordable housing - Imposition” and Section 6A.70.048 entitled “Credit against state’s share of tax - sales or use tax for affordable housing - Rate” to authorize the maximum capacity of the tax authorized under the provisions of Substitute House Bill 1406 for affordable and supportive housing; and declaring an emergency, making necessary the passage of this ordinance and it becoming effective immediately. [Jeff Robinson, Director, Community and Economic Development]   Not available Video Video