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Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 4/26/2022 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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22-0472 11.TCRAMin20220310Item FiledMinutes of the Tacoma Community Redevelopment Authority Board, March 10, 2022.filed  Action details Not available
22-0466 12.Tacoma Creates Advisory Board MinutesItem FiledMinutes of the Tacoma Creates Advisory Board, March 7, 2022.filed  Action details Not available
22-0480 13.TPLSSMin20220312Item FiledMinutes of the Tacoma Public Library Board of Trustees study session, March 12, 2022.filed  Action details Not available
22-0479 14.TPLMin20220316Item FiledMinutes of the Tacoma Public Library Board of Trustees, March 16, 2022.filed  Action details Not available
RES40953 15.RES - Set a public hearing for Tacoma Power property to BNSF Railway CompanyResolutionA resolution setting Tuesday, May 10, 2022, upon completion of Regular Agenda Items, no earlier than 5:15 p.m., as the date for a public hearing by the City Council on the declaration of surplus and sale of approximately 2.74 acres of Tacoma Power property, located in the Vader vicinity of unincorporated Cowlitz County, to the BNSF Railway Company, for the amount of $81,200. [Greg Muller, Real Estate Officer; Chris Robinson, Power Superintendent]adopted  Action details Not available
ORD28813 16.Fawcett Avenue Owner, LLC (SV 124.1431)OrdinanceAn ordinance vacating the air rights over a portion of South 15th Street, lying between South Court “E” and South Fawcett Avenue, and a westerly portion of South Fawcett Avenue, lying south of South 15th Street, to facilitate design variability for a residential building project. (Fawcett Avenue Owner, LLC; File No. 124.1431) [Jeff H. Capell, Hearing Examiner]set over for final reading  Action details Not available
22-0500 17.Proclamation - Domestic Violence Awareness DayProclamationProclaiming Tuesday, April 26, 2022, as Domestic Violence Awareness Day.presented  Action details Video Video
22-0498 18.Recognition - Litter Free 253RecognitionRecognizing Litter Free 253.presented  Action details Video Video
RES40955 110.RES - Shipping Containers and Electric FencesResolution(Continued from the meeting of April 26, 2022) A resolution modifying the timelines for the proposed land use code amendments pertaining to the use of shipping containers for storage, and expanded allowances for the use of electric fences, as previously directed by Resolution Nos. 40794 and 40881, to be considered as part of the Planning Commission’s 2023 Comprehensive Plan and Land Use Regulatory Code Amendment docket; and providing additional guidance for Planning Commission consideration. [Brian Boudet, Planning Division Manager; Peter Huffman, Director, Planning and Development Services]adoptedPass Action details Video Video
RES40954 19.Resolution - Appointment to CCESAppointmentA resolution appointing Thomas Brewster to the Citizen Commission on Elected Salaries to fill an unexpired term for Council District No. 5, to expire September 30, 2024. [Kari L. Louie, Assistant Director; Shelby Fritz, Director, Human Resources]adoptedPass Action details Video Video
RES40955 110.RES - Shipping Containers and Electric FencesResolution(Continued from the meeting of April 26, 2022) A resolution modifying the timelines for the proposed land use code amendments pertaining to the use of shipping containers for storage, and expanded allowances for the use of electric fences, as previously directed by Resolution Nos. 40794 and 40881, to be considered as part of the Planning Commission’s 2023 Comprehensive Plan and Land Use Regulatory Code Amendment docket; and providing additional guidance for Planning Commission consideration. [Brian Boudet, Planning Division Manager; Peter Huffman, Director, Planning and Development Services]continued  Action details Video Video
RES40956 111.RES - Eight-Year Agreement with Broadway I-V LLCResolutionA resolution authorizing the execution of an amendment to the original Multi-Family Housing Eight-Year Limited Property Tax Exemption Agreement with Broadway I LLC through Broadway V LLC, for the development of 53 multi-family market-rate rental housing units, located at 23 North Broadway, in the Downtown Regional Growth Center, to include the neighboring parcel. [Debbie Bingham, Project Manager; Jeff Robinson, Director, Community and Economic Development]adoptedPass Action details Video Video
RES40957 112.RES - 12-Year Agreement with JHOP LLCResolutionA resolution authorizing the execution of a Multi-Family Housing 12-Year Limited Property Tax Exemption Agreement with JHOP LLC, for the development of 11 multi-family market-rate and affordable rental housing units, located at 1009 South 14th Street, in the Downtown Regional Growth Center. [Debbie Bingham, Project Manager; Jeff Robinson, Director, Community and Economic Development]adoptedPass Action details Video Video
RES40958 113.Resolution - Local 120 LOA 2022 wagesResolutionA resolution authorizing the execution of a Letter of Agreement with the City of Tacoma, Washington, City and Pierce County Employees Local Number 120 of the Washington State Council of County and City Employees, AFSCME, AFL-CIO, to provide for a general wage increase, retroactive to January 1, 2022. [Dylan Carlson, Senior Labor Relations Manager; Bill Fosbre, City Attorney]adoptedPass Action details Video Video
RES40959 114.Resolution - 483 HR LOA 2022 wagesResolutionA resolution authorizing the execution of a Letter of Agreement with the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 483, Human Resources Unit, to provide for a general wage increase, retroactive to January 1, 2022. [Dylan Carlson, Senior Labor Relations Manager; Bill Fosbre, City Attorney]adoptedPass Action details Video Video
RES40960 115.Resolution - 483 Cust.Svc LOA - AMFIResolutionA resolution authorizing the execution of a Letter of Agreement with the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 483, Customer and Field Services Unit, related to compensation and classification updates to reflect changes to the organizational structure. [Dylan Carlson, Senior Labor Relations Manager; Bill Fosbre, City Attorney]adoptedPass Action details Video Video
RES40961 116.Resolution - 483 Power/Supv LOA TSSL retentionResolutionA resolution authorizing the execution of a Letter of Agreement with the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 483, Tacoma Power and Supervisors’ Units, regarding a signal and streetlight maintenance employee retention incentive. [Dylan Carlson, Senior Labor Relations Manager; Bill Fosbre, City Attorney]adoptedPass Action details Video Video
ORD28812 117.RES - Temporary waiver of disconnection/reconnectino feesOrdinanceAn ordinance amending Chapter 12.01 of the Municipal Code, relating to Utility Charges, by amending Section 12.01.010, entitled “Utility services establishment”, to establish a temporary, two-year waiver of certain disconnection and reconnection fees, effective through May 31, 2024. [John Hoffman, Assistant Customer Services Manager; Steve Hatcher, Customer Services Manager, Tacoma Public Utilities]passedPass Action details Video Video
ORD28814 118.Ordinance - 120 483 HR CFS Pwr-Supv +26OrdinanceAn amended ordinance amending Chapter 1.12 of the Municipal Code, relating to the Compensation Plan, to implement rates of pay and compensation for represented employees, and changes in classifications to reflect the organizational structure. [Dylan Carlson, Senior Labor Relations Manager, Bill Fosbre, City Attorney]set over for final readingPass Action details Video Video
ORD28814 1 Ordinance - 120 483 HR CFS Pwr-Supv +26OrdinanceAn amended ordinance amending Chapter 1.12 of the Municipal Code, relating to the Compensation Plan, to implement rates of pay and compensation for represented employees, and changes in classifications to reflect the organizational structure. [Dylan Carlson, Senior Labor Relations Manager, Bill Fosbre, City Attorney]   Action details Video Video
22-0458 119.Public Hearing - 2022-2023 Annual Action PlanPublic HearingThis is the date set for a public hearing by the City Council on the 2022-2023 Annual Action Plan for Housing, Community and Economic Development, and public services. [Felicia Medlen, Housing Division Manager; Jeff Robinson, Director, Community and Economic Development; Linda Stewart, Director, Neighborhood and Community Services]presented  Action details Video Video