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City of Tacoma City Council Agenda

City of Tacoma City Council Agenda

City Council Chambers June 19, 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 Infrastructure, Planning, and Sustainability Committee, April 11, 2018.18-0665

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Attachments: IPSMin20180411

2. Minutes of the Public Utility Board study session, May 9, 2018.18-0666

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Attachments: PUBSSMin20180509

3. Minutes of the Public Utility Board meeting, May 9, 2018.18-0667

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Attachments: PUBMin20180509

4. Letters from residents regarding affordable housing and tenant rights.18-0673

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Attachments: Letters

CONSENT AGENDA 5. Minutes of the City Council study session, March 27, 2018.18-0635

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Attachments: SSMin20180327

6. Minutes of the City Council study session, April 3, 2018.18-0639

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Attachments: SSMin20180403

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7. Minutes of the City Council study session, April 10, 2018.18-0645

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Attachments: SSMin20180410

8. Minutes of the City Council meeting, March 20, 2018.18-0660

Attachments: CCMin20180320

FIRST READING OF ORDINANCES

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9. An ordinance amending Chapter 13.06 of the Municipal Code, relating to Zoning, to reclassify approximately 1.07 acres of property, located at 2801

South Orchard Street and 5001 Center Street, from an R-2 Single-Family Dwelling District to a C-2 General Community Commercial District, to allow for construction of a four-story self-storage building containing 713 storage units, in addition to parking, landscaping, and other site improvements. (Daffodil Storage; File No. LU18-0059) [Jeff H. Capell, Hearing Examiner]
Tagged Passions:property, commercial, hearing, ordinance, parking, zoning, and construction

ORD28514

Attachments: Ordinance No. 28514

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City Council Action Memorandum

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Hearing Examiner's Report and Recommendation

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Exhibits

PROCLAMATIONS/RECOGNITIONS/PRESENTATIONS/ANNOUNCEMENTS

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10. Proclaiming Tuesday, June 19, 2018 as Juneteenth Day.18-0646

11. Proclaiming June 2018 as Immigrant Heritage Month.18-0647

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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. Comments will not be accepted on Ordinances forwarded to the City Council by the Hearing Examiner for which a public hearing has already been held. On tonight's agenda that includes Ordinance No. 28514.
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REGULAR AGENDA PURCHASE RESOLUTIONS

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12. A resolution awarding a contract to Skillings Connolly, Inc., in the amount of 550,000, plus applicable sales tax, budgeted from the Surface

Water Fund, to enhance pavement durability and permeable pavement standards, for an initial contract period through June 2019 - Architectural and Engineering Roster. [Jessica Knickerbocker, P.E., Project Manager; Michael P. Slevin III, P.E., Director, Environmental Services]
Tagged Passions:Utility, utility, contract, taxes, budget, manager, Taxes, services, environment, water, and sale

RES40032

Attachments: Resolution No. 40032

Contract and Award Memorandum

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13. A resolution awarding a contract to Irwin Seating Company, in the amount of 633,733.63, plus applicable sales tax, budgeted from the Performing

Arts Fund, for the purchase and installation of seating for the Pantages Theater Restoration Project - Direct Negotiation. [Chris Larson, P.E., Engineering Division Manager; Kurtis D. Kingsolver, P.E., Director, Public Works]
Tagged Passions:public works, Public Works, contract, taxes, budget, arts, manager, Taxes, purchasing, and sale

RES40033

Attachments: Resolution No. 40033

Contract and Award Memorandum

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14. A resolution awarding a contract to Puget Paving Construction Inc, in the amount of 398,000, plus applicable sales tax, plus a 10 percent

contingency, for an initial contract term of one year, with the option for four additional one-year renewal terms, for a projected contract amount of 2,189,000, budgeted from various departmental funds, for hot mix asphalt - Specification No. CT18-0135F. [Patsy Best, Procurement and Payables Division Manager; Andrew Cherullo, Director, Finance]
Tagged Passions:contract, taxes, budget, manager, Taxes, purchasing, funding, finance, construction, and sale

RES40034

Attachments: Resolution No. 40034

Contract and Award Memorandum

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RESOLUTIONS

15. A resolution authorizing the execution of an agreement with Pierce County, in the amount of 10,000, budgeted from the Surface Water Fund, for a

one-year term, with an automatic renewal for four additional one-year terms, for a contract total of 50,000, to assist in the enhanced maintenance of the City s permeable pavement. [Judith Scott, Operations and Maintenance Division Manager; Michael P. Slevin III, P.E., Director, Environmental Services]
Tagged Passions:Utility, utility, contract, budget, manager, services, body art, environment, and water

RES40035

Attachments: Resolution No. 40035

City Council Action Memorandum

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Agreement

16. A resolution granting and conveying two non-exclusive perpetual easements to James Hardie Building Products, Inc., in the amount of 10,000 each,

for a total of 20,000; accepting and depositing said sum into the Tacoma Rail Mountain Division Fund, for ingress, egress, and an overhead electric distribution line and private communications lines in a portion of Tacoma Rail Mountain Division right-of-way in the Frederickson area of Pierce County. [Greg Muller, Real Estate Officer; Kurtis D. Kingsolver, P.E., Director, Public Works]
Tagged Passions:public works, Public Works, transportation, Communications, body art, communications, easement, grant, and electric

RES40036

Attachments: Resolution No. 40036

City Council Action Memorandum

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Easements

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Maps

17. A resolution authorizing the execution of a Memorandum of Understanding with the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) and other

project stakeholders, and committing the City to providing 2 million in future funding to assist WSDOT in securing federal grants for the estimated 2 billion Puget Sound Gateway Program - State Route 167 and State Route 509 Completion Projects. [Josh Diekmann, P.E., Assistant Division Manager; Kurtis D. Kingsolver, P.E., Director, Public Works]
Tagged Passions:public works, Public Works, transportation, manager, gateway, funding, grant, and program

RES40037

Attachments: Resolution No. 40037

City Council Action Memorandum

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Agreement

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18. A resolution authorizing the execution of an agreement with U.S. Oil Refining Co., in the amount of 191,500, budgeted from the Transportation

Revenues Fund, for traffic-related impacts on Lincoln Avenue and Thorne Road at existing rail crossings in the Port of Tacoma. [Josh Diekmann, P.E., Assistant Division Manager; Kurtis D. Kingsolver, P.E., Director, Public Works]
Tagged Passions:public works, Public Works, transportation, streets, budget, manager, Fossil Fuels - Oil, and traffic

RES40038

Attachments: Resolution No. 40038

City Council Action Memorandum

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Agreement

Map

19. A resolution authorizing the submittal of the 2018-2019 Annual Action Plan to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development; authorizing

the execution of two agreements with the Tacoma Community Redevelopment Authority (TCRA) for housing development programs; a Subrecipient Agreement under the HOME Program with the City of Lakewood and TCRA to administer the HOME Program; and an agreement with Rebuilding Together South Sound, in the amount of 268,000, for the Tacoma Home Repair Program. [Daniel Murillo, Housing Division Manager; Kim Bedier, Acting Director, Community and Economic Development; and Pam Duncan, Human Services Division Manager; Linda Stewart, Director, Neighborhood and Community Services]
Tagged Passions:manager, services, development, economic development, program, neighborhood, Development, and housing

RES40039

Attachments: Resolution No. 40039

City Council Action Memorandum

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Draft Plan

Agreements

20. A resolution authorizing the execution of a Collective Bargaining Agreement with the Tacoma Police Management Association, Local 26, consisting

of approximately 18 budgeted full-time equivalent employees, retroactive to January 1, 2018 through December 31, 2020. [Kari Louie, Senior Compensation and Benefits Manager; Gary Buchanan, Director, Human Resources]
Tagged Passions:budget, manager, public safety, human resources, union, and compensation

RES40040

Attachments: Resolution No. 40040

City Council Action Memorandum

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Fiscal Impact Memorandum

Agreement

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FINAL READING OF ORDINANCES

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21. An 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 Tacoma Fire Fighters Union, Local 31, and Professional Public Safety Management Association. [Kari Louie, Senior Compensation and Benefits Manager; Gary Buchanan, Director, Human Resources]
Tagged Passions:manager, public safety, human resources, ordinance, union, rates, and compensation

ORD28513

Attachments: Ordinance No. 28513

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City Council Action Memorandum

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Fiscal Impact Memorandum

Ordinance Disclosure Memorandum

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FIRST READING OF ORDINANCES

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22. An ordinance amending Chapter 1.12 of the Municipal Code, relating to the Compensation Plan, to amend language to comply with changes in state

law; and to implement rates of pay and compensation for employees represented by the Tacoma Police Management Association, Local 26, and Professional Public Safety Management Association. [Kari Louie, Senior Compensation and Benefits Manager; Gary Buchanan, Director, Human Resources]
Tagged Passions:manager, public safety, human resources, ordinance, rates, and compensation

ORD28515

Attachments: Ordinance No. 28515

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City Council Action Memorandum

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Fiscal Impact Memorandum

Ordinance Disclosure Memorandum

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23. An 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 Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers. [Kari Louie, Senior Compensation and Benefits Manager; Gary Buchanan, Director, Human Resources]
Tagged Passions:manager, human resources, ordinance, rates, and compensation

ORD28516

Attachments: Ordinance No. 28516

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City Council Action Memorandum

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Fiscal Impact Memorandum

Ordinance Disclosure Memorandum

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24. An ordinance adopting the Six-Year Comprehensive Transportation Improvement Program amended for the years 2018 and 2019-2024. [Diane Sheesley,

P.E., Project Manager; Kurtis D. Kingsolver, P.E., Director, Public Works]
Tagged Passions:public works, Public Works, transportation, manager, ordinance, and program

ORD28517

Attachments: Ordinance No. 28517

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City Council Action Memorandum

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Draft Program

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25. An ordinance adopting the 2018 amendments to the Comprehensive Plan and Land Use Regulatory Code, and amending various chapters in Titles 9 and

13 of the Municipal Code, to implement said amendments, as recommended by the Planning Commission. [Brian Boudet, Planning Manager; Peter Huffman, Director, Planning and Development Services]
Tagged Passions:strategic, boards and commissions, manager, services, ordinance, development, regulation, planning, and Development

ORD28518

Attachments: Ordinance No. 28518

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City Council Action Memorandum

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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

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

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