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EVERETT CITY COUNCIL PRELIMINARY AGENDA

12:30 P.M., WEDNESDAY, June 10, 2020

CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS








 

Roll Call


 

Approval of Minutes: May 27, 2020


 

Mayor’s Comments:


 

Council Comments/Liaison Reports - Resolution in response to the death of George Floyd, condemning racism, and supporting peaceful protests


 

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 $718,876.21 for the period of May 16, 2020 through May 22, 2020.

Documents:
  1. res-24.pdf
 

(2) Adopt Resolution authorizing claims against the City of Everett in the amount of $3,360,370.23 for the period of May 23, 2020 through May 29, 2020.

Documents:
  1. res-25.pdf
 

(3) Adopt Resolution authorizing payroll claims against the City of Everett in the amount of $3,888,958.76 for the period ending May 23, 2020.

Documents:
  1. payroll-13.pdf
 

(4) Authorize the Mayor to sign all necessary documents and agreements with the Office of Justice Programs regarding the application, acceptance, and utilization of the Bullet Proof Vest Program Grant in the amount of $21,056.75.

Documents:
  1. Vest Program.pdf
 

(5) Authorize the Mayor to sign the Affiliation Agreement with the University of Washington, School of Social Work for placement of student interns with the Everett Police Department Community Outreach and Enforcement teams.

Documents:
  1. EPD Intern.pdf
 

(6) Authorize the Mayor to sign a Professional Services Agreement with Triangle Associates, Inc., to provide classroom presentations in the Everett Water Service Area for a maximum amount of $150,600.

Documents:
  1. Triangle.pdf
 

(7) Adopt Resolution declaring the “Pegasus” Bookmobile surplus and authorizing its long-term loan to the Everett History Museum.

Documents:
  1. Pegasus.pdf
 

(8) Authorize the Mayor to sign the Interlocal Cooperative Purchasing Agreement with Skagit Transit.

Documents:
  1. Skagit Transit.pdf
 

(9) Authorize the Mayor to sign the First Amendment to General Transfer Agreement with the Port of Everett in substantially the form provided.

Documents:
  1. Transfer Port.pdf
 

(10) Adopt Resolution authorizing applying for grant funding, designating authorized representative to act on behalf of City of Everett with respect to Grant Agreement managed by Washington State Recreation and Conservation Office for the Thornton Creek (Tributary to Silver Lake) Culvert Replacement Project.

Documents:
  1. Thornton-1.pdf
 

PUBLIC HEARING:

 

(11) Adopt Resolution authorizing the declaration of certain city owned properties as surplus and authorizing the sale and disposition of those properties. (The Woods Creek property has been pulled from this Resolution).

 

ACTION ITEMS:


 

(12) CB 2006-38 – Adopt the Emergency Ordinance establishing Interim Regulations for Flood Damage Prevention, Repealing Section 3 of Ordinance No. 1847-92, as amended (EMC 19.04.030); Repealing Section 30 of Ordinance No. 1671-89, as amended (EMC Chapter 19.30); amending related Sections of Ordinance No. 1671-89, as amended; Declaring a Public Emergency to Exist; and Establishing an Expiration Date Consistent with RCW 36.70A.390.

Documents:
  1. CB 2006-38.pdf
 

(13) THIS ITEM HAS BEEN PULLED - Award Bid for Sewer “O” Utility Upgrades Project to Interwest Construction, Inc., in the amount of $4,234,567.89.

Documents:
  1. Interwest.pdf
 

(14) Award and Authorize the Mayor to sign the contract Request for Proposal #2019-124 Parking Management Services – Everpark Garage to the Downtown Everett Association as most advantageous to the City for an initial three-year (3) contract term and two (2) optional three-year terms.

 

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.)

 

(15) Reboot for Rethink Zoning

Documents:
  1. Rethink Zone.pdf
 

(16) CB 2005-35 –1st Reading – Adopt the Proposed Ordinance creating a Special Improvement Project entitled, “100th Street SW Improvements” Fund 303, Program 120. (3rd and final reading on 6-24-20).

Documents:
  1. CB 2005-35.pdf
 

(17) CB 2006-36 –1st Reading – Adopt the Proposed Ordinance creating a Special Improvement Project entitled, “Grand Avenue Utilities Replacement” Fund 336, Program 014. (3rd and final Reading on 6-24-20).

Documents:
  1. CB 2006-36.pdf
 

(18) CB 2006-37 –1st Reading – Adopt the Proposed Ordinance creating a Special Improvement Project entitled, “1-5 & US-2 Interchange Justification Report (IJR) Planning Study” Fund 303, Program 121. (3rd and final Reading on 6-24-20).

Documents:
  1. CB 2006-37.pdf
 

PROPOSED ACTION ITEMS:

 

(19) CB 2005-34 –2nd Reading – Adopt the Proposed Ordinance creating a Special Improvement Project entitled, “Sewer “O” Utility Upgrades” Fund 336, Program 013. (3rd and final reading on 6-17-20).

Documents:
  1. CB2005-34.pdf
 

Executive Session


 

Adjourn

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