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Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 11/24/2020 5:00 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Webinar Link: www.zoom.us/j/84834233126 Passcode: 349099
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Minutes Minutes  
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20-0870 11.CVSMin20200924Item FiledMinutes of the Community Vitality and Safety Committee, September 24, 2020.filed  Action details Not available
20-0863 12.HSCMin20200212Item FiledMinutes of the Human Services Commission, February 12, 2020.filed  Action details Not available
20-0864 13.HSCMin20201014Item FiledMinutes of the Human Services Commission, October 14, 2020.filed  Action details Not available
20-0896 14.IPSMin20200909Item FiledMinutes of the Infrastructure, Planning, and Sustainability Committee, September 9, 2020.filed  Action details Not available
20-0897 15.IPSMin20200923Item FiledMinutes of the Infrastructure, Planning, and Sustainability Committee, September 23, 2020.filed  Action details Not available
20-0893 16.Minutes of the Public Utility Board meeting, 10-28-2020Item FiledMinutes of the Public Utility Board special meeting, October 28, 2020.filed  Action details Not available
20-0894 17.Minutes of the Public Utility Board meeting, 11/6/2020Item FiledMinutes of the Public Utility Board special meeting, November 6, 2020.filed  Action details Not available
20-0882 18.CCMin20201013MinutesMinutes of the City Council meeting, October 13, 2020.adopted  Action details Not available
ORD28719 19.City of Tacoma (SV 124.1410)OrdinanceAn ordinance vacating portions of Commerce Street and South 7th Street, to cure existing building encroachments on the perimeter of the building known as Old City Hall. (City of Tacoma; File No. 124.1410) [Jeff H. Capell, Hearing Examiner]set over for final readingPass Action details Not available
ORD28719 1 City of Tacoma (SV 124.1410)OrdinanceAn ordinance vacating portions of Commerce Street and South 7th Street, to cure existing building encroachments on the perimeter of the building known as Old City Hall. (City of Tacoma; File No. 124.1410) [Jeff H. Capell, Hearing Examiner]set over for final readingPass Action details Not available
20-0895 110.Proclamation - Small Business SaturdayProclamationProclaiming Saturday, November 28, 2020, as Small Business Saturday.presented  Action details Video Video
20-0902 111.Settlement Motion - Walter DaileyAction ItemA motion may be considered to authorize the City’s full and final settlement of all claims against the City in the matter of Walter S. Dailey v. City of Tacoma, Pierce County Superior Court Cause No. 18-2-06959-4, relating to claims associated with his prior City employment, upon payment by the City in the amount of $130,000.adoptedPass Action details Video Video
RES40690 112.Resolution - 483 Water New ClassResolutionA resolution authorizing the execution of a Letter of Agreement with the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 483, Water Division Unit, to create a new classification entitled Water Systems Operations Supervisor. [Dylan Carlson, Senior Labor Relations Manager; Bill Fosbre, City Attorney]adoptedPass Action details Video Video
RES40691 113.Resolution - 483 WPC LOA Holiday PayResolutionA resolution authorizing the execution of a Letter of Agreement with the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 483, Water Pollution Control Unit, regarding clarification of holiday pay for employees. [Dylan Carlson, Senior Labor Relations Manager; Bill Fosbre, City Attorney]adoptedPass Action details Video Video
RES40692 114.Resolution - 117 TVE 2021 CBAResolutionA resolution authorizing the execution of a Collective Bargaining Agreement with the Teamsters Local Union No. 117, Tacoma Venues and Events Unit, consisting of 23 budgeted full-time equivalent positions, effective January 1, 2021, through December 31, 2021. [Dylan Carlson, Senior Labor Relations Manager; Bill Fosbre, City Attorney]adoptedPass Action details Video Video
RES40693 115.RES - Updating PDS Fee Schedule and Financial PolicyResolutionA resolution updating the Planning and Development Services Financial Policy and Fee Schedule, to include the addition of a Fire Construction Permit Fee Section, effective January 1, 2021. [Corey Newton, P.E., Site and Building Manager; Peter Huffman, Director, Planning and Development Services]adoptedPass Action details Video Video
RES40694 116.RES - Miscellaneous Fee Schedule AdjustmentsResolutionA resolution approving the General Government Fee Schedule for special and miscellaneous services, to include charges to the public for various departmental services. [Katie Johnston, Budget Officer; Andy Cherullo, Director, Finance]adoptedPass Action details Video Video
RES40695 117.RES - 2021-22 NCS Funding RecommendationsResolution?A resolution authorizing the execution of agreements with multiple vendors, in the amount of $23,061,338, budgeted from a combination of various funds, to provide stability for providers and ensure continued essential services for the Tacoma community during the COVID-19 pandemic, effective January 1, 2021, through December 31, 2022. [Linda Stewart, Director, Neighborhood and Community Services]adopted as amendedPass Action details Video Video
RES40695 1 RES - 2021-22 NCS Funding RecommendationsResolution?A resolution authorizing the execution of agreements with multiple vendors, in the amount of $23,061,338, budgeted from a combination of various funds, to provide stability for providers and ensure continued essential services for the Tacoma community during the COVID-19 pandemic, effective January 1, 2021, through December 31, 2022. [Linda Stewart, Director, Neighborhood and Community Services]adopted as amendedPass Action details Video Video
RES40696 218.RES - Divertible Calls for Services StudyResolutionA resolution directing the City Manager to consider the recommendations in the 2020 Comprehensive Police Staffing Study and upcoming Divertible Calls for Service Study when making staffing decisions for the Tacoma Police Department. [Council Member McCarthy]adopted as amended  Action details Video Video
RES40696 2 RES - Divertible Calls for Services StudyResolutionA resolution directing the City Manager to consider the recommendations in the 2020 Comprehensive Police Staffing Study and upcoming Divertible Calls for Service Study when making staffing decisions for the Tacoma Police Department. [Council Member McCarthy]adopted as amendedPass Action details Video Video
RES40697 219.RES - Down Payment and Foreclosure Assistance disparity studyResolutionA resolution directing the City Manager to use the Down Payment and Foreclosure Assistance disparity study, to identify disparities or displacement that resulted in disproportionate homeownership and the inaccessibility of communities of color, and particularly Black communities, to build generational wealth; and to provide an update to the City Council within six months, and recommendations no later than August 2021, to include specific budget and policy recommendations to increase Black homeownership in Tacoma, including the potential consideration of dedicating a percentage of all down payment assistance funds to Black residents. [Council Member Ushka]adoptedPass Action details Video Video
ORD28702 120.ORD TMC Amendments to Titles 1, 3, and 6OrdinanceAn ordinance amending Chapter 1.06 of the Municipal Code, relating to Administration; repealing Chapter 6B.50, relating to Ambulances, and reenacting as a new Chapter 3.11; renaming Title 3 from “Fire” to “Fire and Emergency Medical Services”, and adding, amending, and repealing various chapters in Title 3, to modify outdated fee requirements, clarify and add language regarding emergency medical transport, and other administrative updates. [Teresa Green, Fire Department Manager; Toryono Green, Fire Chief]passedPass Action details Video Video
ORD28703 121.ORD - Amending Chapter 12.09 of the Municipal Code related to Solid Waste rates for the years 2021 and 2022OrdinanceAn ordinance amending Chapter 12.09 of the Municipal Code, relating to Solid Waste, Recycling, and Hazardous Waste, to adjust the 2021 and 2022 rates and charges to include a 1.5 percent increase, effective January 1, 2021, a 2 percent increase, effective January 1, 2022, and a 5 percent increase in low income elderly and low income disabled discount, effective January 1, 2021. [Michael P. Slevin III, P.E., Director, Environmental Services]moved as a substitutePass Action details Video Video
ORD28703 1 ORD - Amending Chapter 12.09 of the Municipal Code related to Solid Waste rates for the years 2021 and 2022OrdinanceAn ordinance amending Chapter 12.09 of the Municipal Code, relating to Solid Waste, Recycling, and Hazardous Waste, to adjust the 2021 and 2022 rates and charges to include a 1.5 percent increase, effective January 1, 2021, a 2 percent increase, effective January 1, 2022, and a 5 percent increase in low income elderly and low income disabled discount, effective January 1, 2021. [Michael P. Slevin III, P.E., Director, Environmental Services]moved as a substitutePass Action details Video Video
ORD28704 122.ORD - Amending Chapter 12.08 of the Municipal Code related to Wastewater and Surface Water rates for the years 2021 and 2022OrdinanceAn ordinance amending Chapter 12.08 of the Municipal Code, relating to Wastewater and Surface Water Management - Regulation and Rates, to adjust the 2021 and 2022 rates and charges to include a 1.5 percent increase, effective January 1, 2021, a 2 percent increase, effective January 1, 2022, and a 5 percent increase in the low income elderly and low income disabled discount, effective January 1, 2021. [Michael P. Slevin III, P.E., Director, Environmental Services]passedPass Action details Video Video
ORD28705 123.ORD - Tacoma Power Prepaid Residential Service Rate CategoryOrdinanceAn ordinance amending Chapter 12.06 of the Municipal Code, relating to Electric Energy - Regulations and Rates, to add a new Section 12.06.166, entitled “Prepaid residential service - Schedule PR”, to allow for payment of electric service in advance of usage, effective January 1, 2021. [Bill Berry, Rates, Planning, and Analysis Manager; Chris Robinson, Power Superintendent]passedPass Action details Video Video
ORD28706 124.ORD - Tacoma Power new rate category for ElectrofuelsOrdinanceAn ordinance amending Chapter 12.06 of the Municipal Code, relating to Electric Energy - Regulations and Rates, to add a new Section 12.06.373, entitled “Electrofuel service pilot - Schedule EF”, to allow for electrochemical production of low carbon-content fuels usable for transportation or electrical energy storage, effective April 1, 2021. [Bill Berry, Rates, Planning, and Analysis Manager; Chris Robinson, Power Superintendent]passedPass Action details Video Video
ORD28707 125.ORD - Tacoma Power new rate category of New Large LoadOrdinanceAn ordinance amending Chapter 12.06 of the Municipal Code, relating to Electric Energy - Regulations and Rates, to add a new Section 12.06.265, entitled “New large load service - Schedule NLL”, to codify the rate to be charged to new large loads to be consistent with other rates, effective April 1, 2021, and April 1, 2022. [Bill Berry, Rates, Planning, and Analysis Manager; Chris Robinson, Power Superintendent]passedPass Action details Video Video
ORD28708 126.ORD - Tacoma Power new rate category of Shore PowerOrdinanceAn ordinance amending Chapter 12.06 of the Municipal Code, relating to Electric Energy - Regulations and Rates, to add a new Section 12.06.372, entitled “Shore power - Schedule SP”, to allow ships at the Port of Tacoma to use electric power instead of burning bunker fuel while in port, effective April 1, 2021, and April 1, 2022. [Bill Berry, Rates, Planning, and Analysis Manager; Chris Robinson, Power Superintendent]passedPass Action details Video Video
ORD28709 127.ORD - Tacoma Power rate provisions for Distributed GenerationOrdinanceAn ordinance amending Chapter 12.06 of the Municipal Code, relating to Electric Energy - Regulations and Rates, to add a new subsection “E”, entitled “Customer-Owned Generation”, to Section 12.06.215, entitled “General service - Schedule G”, to compensate large customer-owned generators for the value of their excess energy, effective January 1, 2021. [Bill Berry, Rates, Planning, and Analysis Manager; Chris Robinson, Power Superintendent]passedPass Action details Video Video
ORD28710 128.Tacoma Power Amend and Revise TMC 12.06 regarding electric ratesOrdinanceAn ordinance amending Chapter 12.06 of the Municipal Code, relating to Electric Energy - Regulations and Rates, for two rate adjustments of 1.5 percent, effective April 1, 2021, and 2 percent, effective April 1, 2022; and amending Section 12.06.165, to adjust the definition for the threshold of maximum annual household income to qualify for the low-income senior and and/or low-income disabled discount residential service, and increase the amount of discount available for customers who qualify for that service, effective January 1, 2021. [Bill Berry, Rates, Planning, and Analysis Manager; Chris Robinson, Power Superintendent]passedPass Action details Video Video
ORD28711 129.Amend TMC 12.10 regarding water regulations and ratesOrdinanceAn ordinance amending Chapter 12.10 of the Municipal Code, relating to Water - Regulations and Rates, for two rate adjustments of 1.5 percent, effective January 1, 2021, and 2 percent, effective January 1, 2022. [Jodi Collins, Assistant Water Division Manager; Scott Dewhirst, Water Superintendent]passedPass Action details Video Video
ORD28712 130.ORD - Redirect Franchise Fee RevenuesOrdinanceAn ordinance amending Ordinance No. 20367, to redirect franchise fee revenues from the Special Revenue Fund, previously the Municipal Cable Television Program Fund, to the General Fund, to allow more flexibility in the use of private cable franchise fees. [Katie Johnston, Budget Officer; Andy Cherullo, Director, Finance]passedPass Action details Video Video
ORD28713 131.ORD - State the Dollar and Percent Increase for the Property Tax LevyOrdinanceAn ordinance authorizing an increase in the 2020 Ad Valorem general property tax revenue collection in terms of both dollars and percentage for the general property tax levy in 2021. [Katie Johnston, Budget Officer; Andy Cherullo, Director, Finance]passedPass Action details Video Video
ORD28714 132.ORD - Approving Property Tax RevenuesOrdinanceAn 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]passedPass Action details Video Video
ORD28715 133.ORD - State the Dollar and Percent Increase of the EMS Tax LevyOrdinanceAn ordinance authorizing an increase for the 2021 Emergency Medical Services property tax levy in terms of both dollars and percentage. [Katie Johnston, Budget Officer; Andy Cherullo, Director, Finance]passedPass Action details Video Video
ORD28716 134.ORD - Approve 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]passedPass Action details Video Video
ORD28717 135.ORD - Adopting 2021-2026 Capital Facilities Program and 2021-2022 Capital BudgetOrdinanceAn ordinance adopting the 2021-2026 Capital Facilities Program of the Comprehensive Plan, and adopting the 2021-2022 Capital Budget. [Katie Johnston, Budget Officer; Andy Cherullo, Director, Finance]moved as a substitutePass Action details Video Video
ORD28717 1 ORD - Adopting 2021-2026 Capital Facilities Program and 2021-2022 Capital BudgetOrdinanceAn ordinance adopting the 2021-2026 Capital Facilities Program of the Comprehensive Plan, and adopting the 2021-2022 Capital Budget. [Katie Johnston, Budget Officer; Andy Cherullo, Director, Finance]moved as a substitutePass Action details Video Video
ORD28718 136.ORD - Adopting 2021-2022 Biennial Operating BudgetOrdinanceAn ordinance adopting the 2021-2022 Biennial Operating Budget. [Katie Johnston, Budget Officer; Andy Cherullo, Director, Finance]failedFail Action details Video Video
ORD28718 1 ORD - Adopting 2021-2022 Biennial Operating BudgetOrdinanceAn ordinance adopting the 2021-2022 Biennial Operating Budget. [Katie Johnston, Budget Officer; Andy Cherullo, Director, Finance]moved as a substitutePass Action details Video Video
ORD28718 1 ORD - Adopting 2021-2022 Biennial Operating BudgetOrdinanceAn ordinance adopting the 2021-2022 Biennial Operating Budget. [Katie Johnston, Budget Officer; Andy Cherullo, Director, Finance]moved as a substitutePass Action details Video Video
ORD28718 1 ORD - Adopting 2021-2022 Biennial Operating BudgetOrdinanceAn ordinance adopting the 2021-2022 Biennial Operating Budget. [Katie Johnston, Budget Officer; Andy Cherullo, Director, Finance]moved as a substitutePass Action details Video Video
ORD28718 1 ORD - Adopting 2021-2022 Biennial Operating BudgetOrdinanceAn ordinance adopting the 2021-2022 Biennial Operating Budget. [Katie Johnston, Budget Officer; Andy Cherullo, Director, Finance]moved as a substitutePass Action details Video Video
ORD28720 137.Ordinance - 483 Water LOA New ClassOrdinanceAn 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, Water Division Unit, for a new classification entitled Water Systems Operations Supervisor. [Kari L. Louie, Senior Compensation and Benefits Manager; Gary Buchanan, Director, Human Resources]set over for final reading  Action details Video Video
20-0850 138. Public HearingThis is the date set for a public hearing by the City Council on the 2020 Annual Amendment to the Comprehensive Plan and Land Use Regulatory Code, as recommended by the Planning Commission. [Stephen Atkinson, Principal Planner; Peter Huffman, Director, Planning and Development Services]presented  Action details Video Video