Everett City Council Agenda
6:30 p.m., Wednesday, JANUARY 29, 2020
City Council Chambers

 

Roll Call


 

Pledge of Allegiance


 

Approval of Minutes: January 22, 2020


 

Mayor’s Comments: - Introducing Everett Fire Fighters: Becca Benoit, Mike Dove, Ilya Grishchenko, Thomas Holert, William Powers and Jacob Jones.


 

Council Comments/Liaison Reports


 

Administration Update on prior business

 

City Attorney


 

Public Comment


 

CONSENT ITEMS:


 

(1) Adopt Resolution authorizing claims against the City of Everett in the amount of $2,479,521.30 for the period of January 11, 2020 through January 17, 2020

Documents:
  1. Res-8.pdf
 

(2) Accept the North Broadway Transit Improvement Project with McCann Construction as complete and Authorize the Mayor to sign the Certificate of Completion allowing the release of retention bond.

Documents:
  1. N Broadway.pdf
 

(3) Accept the Watermain Replacement “S” Project with Reese Construction Company as complete and Authorize the Mayor to sign the Certificate of Completion allowing the release of retention.

 

(4) Authorize Call for Bids for the Broadway 10th Street to 19th Street Intersection Safety Project.

 

(5) Authorize the Mayor to sign the Snohomish County Regional Training Consortium Interlocal Agreement.

 

(6) Authorize the Mayor to sign the Interlocal Agreement with the City of Lake Stevens regarding Water Transmission Line Replacement at 91st Avenue SE, in substantially the form provided.

Documents:
  1. Lake Stevens.pdf
 

(7) Authorize the Mayor to sign Amendment No. 1 to the Professional Services Agreement with Botesch, Nash & Hall Architects, P.S. to provide additional architectural and engineering services for the Fire Administration Building Tenant Improvements Project in the form substantially provided.

Documents:
  1. Botesch.pdf
 

(8) Authorize the Mayor to sign the Professional Services Agreement amendment with ICF Jones and Stokes, Inc. for a one year, no cost, time extension for the Smith Island Habitat Restoration Project.

Documents:
  1. ICF Jones.pdf
 

PUBLIC HEARING:

 

(9) CB 1912-70 –3rd and final Reading - Adopt the Proposed Ordinance changing the maximum building heights in the Metro Everett Subarea Plan, amending Section 1 of Ordinance No. 3613-18 and amending maximum building heights in Metro Everett in the Zoning code, amending Ordinance No. 1671-89 as amended by Section 1 of Ordinance No. 3615-18 (EMC 19.20.420A).

Documents:
  1. CB1912-70-1.pdf
 

ACTION ITEMS:


 

(10) Adopt a Resolution for Expenditures of 2020 Human Needs Funding.

 

(11) Authorize the Mayor to sign the Professional Services Agreement with North Sound Emergency Medicine for the Medical Program Director of Emergency Medical Services at the annual cost of $55,440 in 2020, $57,108 in 2021, and $58,824 in 2022.

Documents:
  1. EMS DIRECTOR.pdf
 

(12) Adopt Resolution naming the Proposed Park adjacent to the YMCA located at 4730 Colby Avenue.

 

(13) Adopt a Resolution adopting the Planning Commission’s recommended Climate Action Plan.

 

(14) Adopt Resolution declaring a Climate Emergency and call for actions to restore a safe Climate.

 

(15) CB 1911-54 –3rd and final Reading - Adopt the Proposed Ordinance removing “Supportive Housing” as a Permitted Use in Single-Family Zones, repealing Ordinance No. 3500-16 (EMC 19.39.155), and revising Parking Standards for Supportive Housing, amending Section 2 of Ordinance No. 3616-18 (EMC 19.34.020).

Documents:
  1. CB1911-54.pdf
 

(16) CB 1912-71 – 3rd and final Reading – Adopt the Proposed Ordinance creating a Special Improvement Project entitled “Lift Station #15 and Shore Avenue Forcemain” Fund 336, Program 005.

Documents:
  1. CB1912-71.pdf
 

(17) Authorize the Mayor to sign Amendment No. 3 to the Professional Services Agreement with Dykeman, Inc. to provide additional architectural and engineering services for the Evergreen Library Expansion Project in the form substantially provided.

 

(18) Adopt Resolution designating a portion the Metro Everett Area a Community Renewal Area suitable for community renewal projects and directing that a Community Renewal Plan be prepared.

Documents:
  1. Metro Res.pdf
 

COUNCIL BRIEFING AGENDA: (These items come before the City Council serving as a Council Committee of the Whole and are likely to be scheduled at a future meeting.)

 

(19) Youth Advisory Board update.

Documents:
  1. Youth Advisory.pdf
 

(20) CB 2001-2 – 1st Reading - Adopt the Proposed Ordinance creating a Special improvement Project entitled “Trickling Filer Media Replacement” Fund 336, Program 008. (3rd and final reading on 2-12-20).

Documents:
  1. CB 2001-2.pdf
 

(21) CB 2001-3 – 1st Reading - Adopt the Proposed Ordinance creating a Special Improvement Fund entitled “Water Transmission Line Replacement at 91st Avenue SE” Fund 336, Program 009. (3rd and final reading on 2-12-20).

Documents:
  1. CB 2001-3.pdf
 

(22) CB 2001-4 – 1st Reading - Adopt the Proposed Ordinance creating a Special Improvement Project entitled “Evergreen Pump Station Upgrades” Fund 336, Program 007. (3rd and final reading on 2-12-20)

Documents:
  1. CB2001-4.pdf
 

(23) CB 2001-5 –1st Reading - Adopt the Proposed Ordinance creating a Special Improvement Project entitled “Water Filtration Plant Emergency Generator Replacement” Fund 303, Program 006. (3rd and final reading on 2-12-20)

Documents:
  1. CB 2001-5.pdf
 

(24) Rethink Zoning – draft land use and zoning map changes, draft zoning use chapter, and a draft building and structure heights chapter.

Documents:
  1. ReThink.pdf
 

PROPOSED ACTION ITEMS:

 

(25) CB 2001-1 – 2nd Reading - Adopt the Proposed Ordinance vacating the east/west alley in the 3100 block of Rockefeller Avenue adjacent to Lot 1, Block 739, plat of Everett Land Company’s First Addition to Everett. (3rd and final reading and public hearing on 2-5-20)

Documents:
  1. CB2001-01.pdf
 

Executive Session


 

Adjourn

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