WA - Tacoma: City of Tacoma City Council Agenda

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City of Tacoma City Council Agenda

City of Tacoma City Council Agenda

City Council Chambers April 17, 2018

747 Market Street, First Floor, Tacoma WA 98402

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5:00 PM

CALL TO ORDER

ROLL CALL

FLAG SALUTE

MOMENT OF SILENCE

ITEMS FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE CITY CLERK

1. Minutes of the Economic Development Committee, February 27, 2018.18-0382

Tagged Passions:development, Development, and economic development

Attachments: EDMin20180227

2. Minutes of the Public Utility Board study session, March 14, 2018.18-0385

Tagged Passions:Utility and utility

Attachments: PUBSSMin20180314

3. Minutes of the Public Utility Board meeting, March 14, 2018.18-0386

Tagged Passions:Utility and utility

Attachments: PUBMin20180314

CONSENT AGENDA There are no Consent Agenda items.

PROCLAMATIONS/RECOGNITIONS/PRESENTATIONS/ANNOUNCEMENTS

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4. Proclaiming Sunday, April 22, 2018 as Earth Day.18-0381

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5. Proclaiming Saturday, May 5, 2018 as Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Native Americans.

18-0333

PUBLIC COMMENT

This is the time set aside for public comment on items on the agenda. Speakers are asked to identify the specific agenda items they wish to address

and comments will be limited to up to five minutes per person.

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REGULAR AGENDA PURCHASE RESOLUTIONS

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6. A resolution authorizing an increase to the contract with L.N. Curtis and Sons, in the amount of 150,000, plus applicable sales tax, for a total

of 1,377,400, budgeted from the General Fund, for additional protective jackets and trousers for structural firefighting - Specification No. FD12-0750F. [Michael Fitzgerald, Assistant to the Chief; James P. Duggan, Fire Chief]
Tagged Passions:contract, taxes, budget, Taxes, and sale

RES39984

Attachments: Resolution No. 39984

Contract and Award Memorandum

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RESOLUTIONS

7. A resolution approving amendments to the Tacoma Power Customer Service Policies, to allow for a three-year Pilot Program that provides

contributions by Tacoma Power, for distribution infrastructure conversions from overhead to underground for commercial and multi-family development projects. [Rachel Allen, Assistant Section Manager; Chris Robinson, Power Superintendent]
Tagged Passions:superintendent, commercial, manager, development, Development, program, and electric

RES39985

Attachments: Resolution No. 39985

City Council Action Memorandum

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Customer Service Policies

8. A resolution authorizing the execution of a Development Mitigation Agreement with DCT Blair Logistics Center LLC, in the amount of 183,700, for

roadway improvements on Taylor Way between Lincoln Avenue and State Route 509, and on Lincoln Avenue between Taylor Way and Alexander Avenue. [Josh Diekmann, Assistant Division Manager; Kurtis D. Kingsolver, P.E., Director, Public Works]
Tagged Passions:manager, Public Works, development, Development, and public works

RES39986

Attachments: Resolution No. 39986

City Council Action Memorandum

Tagged Passions:council

Agreement

Map

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9. A resolution establishing a fee schedule for the Planning and Development Services Department, relating to development permitting. [Peter Huffman,

Director, Planning and Development Services]
Tagged Passions:services, development, planning, and Development

RES39987

Attachments: Resolution No. 39987

City Council Action Memorandum

Tagged Passions:council

Fee Schedule

FINAL READING OF ORDINANCES

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10. An ordinance amending Chapter 1.12 of the Municipal Code, relating to the Compensation Plan, to implement rates of pay and compensation for

nonrepresented employees and employees represented by the Professional Public Safety Management Association; Tacoma Police Management Association, Local 26; and Tacoma Police Union, Local 6, I.U.P.A., and changes in classification to reflect the organizational structure. [Kari Louie, Senior Compensation and Benefits Manager, Human Resources; Bill Fosbre, City Attorney]
Tagged Passions:legal, manager, public safety, human resources, ordinance, union, rates, and compensation

ORD28504

Attachments: Ordinance No. 28504

Tagged Passions:ordinance

City Council Action Memorandum

Tagged Passions:council

Fiscal Impact Memorandums

Ordinance Disclosure Memorandum

Tagged Passions:ordinance

11. An ordinance amending Ordinance No. 28420, approving the continuation of the downtown Business Improvement Area (BIA) for the 30th year, from May

1, 2017, through April 30, 2018, by amending the contracted budget amount to include an additional 39,000, budgeted from the Fund Balance Reserve, for a revised contract amount of 1,015,820, to cover additional maintenance and security costs incurred during the BIA 30th-year period. [Debbie Bingham, Program Development Specialist; Kim Bedier, Acting Director, Community and Economic Development]
Tagged Passions:contract, budget, ordinance, downtown, development, Development, program, security, economic development, and business

ORD28505

Attachments: Ordinance No. 28505

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City Council Action Memorandum

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Budget

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UNFINISHED BUSINESS

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REPORTS BY THE CITY MANAGER

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COMMENTS AND COMMITTEE REPORTS OF THE CITY COUNCIL

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Community Vitality and Safety Committee

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ADJOURNMENT

The City Council may enter into a closed or executive session at any time during an open public meeting as provided by law.

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The City of Tacoma does not discriminate on the basis of disability in any of its programs, activities, or services. To request this information in

an alternative format or to request a reasonable accommodation, please contact the City Clerk s Office at (253) 591-5505. TTY or speech to speech users please dial 711 to connect to Washington Relay Services.
Tagged Passions:disability, services, and program

Individuals using language or sign interpreters will be provided additional time when testifying before the City Council.

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