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Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 10/22/2019 5:00 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: City Council Chambers
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19-1132 11.GPFMin20190917Item FiledMinutes of the Government Performance and Finance Committee, September 17, 2019.filed  Action details Not available
19-1138 12.GPFMin20191001Item FiledMinutes of the Government Performance and Finance Committee, October 1, 2019.filed  Action details Not available
RES40452 18.Purchase Resolution – Pivetta Brothers Construction IncResolutionA resolution awarding a contract to Pivetta Brothers Construction Inc, in the amount of $6,634,124.97, plus applicable taxes, plus a 15 percent contingency, for a total of $7,629,244.97, budgeted from various departmental funds, for the reconstruction of East 64th Street between Pacific Avenue and McKinley Avenue, including sewer and water system improvements - Specification No. PW19-0213F. [Chris Storey, Project Manager; Kurtis D. Kingsolver, P.E., Director, Public Works]removed from the agendaPass Action details Video Video
19-1135 13.CCMin20191001MinutesMinutes of the City Council meeting, October 1, 2019.adopted  Action details Not available
19-1145 14.CCMin20191008MinutesMinutes of the City Council meeting, October 8, 2019.adopted  Action details Not available
19-1123 15.COWMin20191001SpMtgMinutesMinutes of the Committee of the Whole special meeting, October 1, 2019.adopted  Action details Not available
19-1136 16.COWMin20191008SpMtgMinutesMinutes of the Committee of the Whole special meeting, October 8, 2019.adopted  Action details Video Video
19-1150 17.Proclamation - Litter Pick Up DayProclamationProclaiming Saturday, October 26, 2019 as Litter Pick Up Day.presented  Action details Not available
RES40452 18.Purchase Resolution – Pivetta Brothers Construction IncResolutionA resolution awarding a contract to Pivetta Brothers Construction Inc, in the amount of $6,634,124.97, plus applicable taxes, plus a 15 percent contingency, for a total of $7,629,244.97, budgeted from various departmental funds, for the reconstruction of East 64th Street between Pacific Avenue and McKinley Avenue, including sewer and water system improvements - Specification No. PW19-0213F. [Chris Storey, Project Manager; Kurtis D. Kingsolver, P.E., Director, Public Works]   Action details Video Video
RES40453 19.RES - Eight-Year Agreement with Primero Courtyards LLCResolutionA resolution authorizing the execution of a Multi-Family Housing Eight-Year Limited Property Tax Exemption Agreement with Primero Courtyards LLC, for the development of 20 multi-family market-rate rental housing units, located at 3715 McKinley Avenue, in the McKinley Mixed-Use Center. [Debbie Bingham, Project Manager; Jeff Robinson, Director, Community and Economic Development]adoptedPass Action details Not available
RES40454 110.RES - Eight-Year Agreement with Rush Development Inc.ResolutionA resolution authorizing the execution of a Multi-Family Housing Eight-Year Limited Property Tax Exemption Agreement with Rush Development, Inc., for the development of 95 multi-family market-rate rental housing units, located at 2709 North Adams Street, in the Proctor Mixed-Use Center. [Debbie Bingham, Project Manager; Jeff Robinson, Director, Community and Economic Development]adoptedPass Action details Video Video
RES40455 111.Resolution - 483 Power LOA Trouble CrewResolutionA resolution authorizing the execution of a Letter of Agreement with the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 483, Tacoma Power Unit, regarding employees assigned to work the Trouble Crew. [Dylan Carlson, Senior Labor Relations Manager; Bill Fosbre, City Attorney]adoptedPass Action details Video Video
ORD28620 112.ORD - Tacoma Power Note Purchase Agreement with Wells FargoOrdinanceAn ordinance authorizing the extension of and an increase to the Electric System Subordinate Revenue Note, Series 2015A, in an amount not to exceed $150,000,000; authorizing an amendment to the Note Purchase Agreement to provide funds to finance or refinance costs of capital improvements to the Electric System; and delegating the authority to approve the final terms of the amendment. [Bill Berry, Rates, Planning, and Analysis Manager; Chris Robinson, Power Superintendent]passedPass Action details Video Video
ORD28621 113.Tacoma Power bond reserve surety policy and springing amendmentOrdinanceAn ordinance approving terms relating to debt service reserve accounts established for certain of the City’s senior lien electric system revenue bonds; and authorizing the extension of qualified insurance to satisfy the debt service reserve account requirement for such bonds. [Bill Berry, Rates, Planning, and Analysis Manager; Chris Robinson, Power Superintendent]passedPass Action details Video Video
ORD28622 114.Ordinance - 483 Power LOA Trouble CrewOrdinanceAn 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, Tacoma Power Unit. [Kari L. Louie, Senior Compensation and Benefits Manager; Gary Buchanan, Director, Human Resources]set over for final reading  Action details Video Video
ORD28623 115.ORD - Amending TMC 12.09 - Solid Waste Utility SurchargeOrdinanceAn ordinance amending Chapter 12.09 of the Municipal Code, relating to Solid Waste, Recycling, and Hazardous Waste, to add a surcharge to offset increased costs of disposal of recyclable materials and adding a surcharge to offset increased costs of recycling education programming. [Lewis Griffith, P.E., Solid Waste Management Division Manager; Michael P. Slevin III, P.E., Director, Environmental Services]set over for final reading  Action details Video Video
ORD28624 116.ORD - Amending TMC Subtitle 6A - Firearms and Ammunition TaxOrdinanceAn ordinance amending Subtitle 6A of the Municipal Code, relating to Tax Code, by adding a new Chapter 6A.120, entitled “Firearms and Ammunition Tax”, to impose a tax on firearms and ammunition to consist of $25.00 per firearm sold at retail, $0.02 per round of ammunition .22 caliber or less, and $0.05 per round of other ammunition sold at retail to raise revenue for funding programs that promote public safety, prevent gun violence, and help offset the impacts and costs of gun violence in the City. [Danielle Larson, Tax and License Manager; Andy Cherullo, Director, Finance]set over for final reading  Action details Video Video