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CC MIN 090214159 City Council Regular Meeting Minutes Tuesday, September 2, 2014 6 :00 PM Call to Orde /Pledge of Alle ig anus Mayor Freed called the regular meeting of the Bothell City Council to order at 6:00 PM and led the Pledge of Allegiance. 1. Roll Call: Councilmembers Evans, lamb, Rheaume, Samberg and Mayor Freed present. Councilmember Agnew and Deputy Mayor Spivey were absent and excused. 2. Meeting Agenda Approval Councilmember Samberg requested an additional 5 minutes be added to AB 14 -125; an additional 15 minutes for AB 14 -126; and an additional 15 minutes for AB 14 -129. 3. Review Projected Agenda Councilmember lamb requested an addition to the Projected Agenda: A study session regarding a super majority vote for certain tax increases. 4. Special Presents ns a. Snohomish County Tourism Bureau Update Amy Spain, Executive Director of Snohomish County Tourism Bureau updated the Council on tourism figures in Snohomish County and the efforts of the Bureau to increase tourism. She entertained Council questions. Mayor Freed stated he and he wife spent part of the summer recess in Narok, Kenya and they are interested in pursuing a sister city relationship with the City of Bothell. Mayor Freed announced that UW Bothell has been ranked No. 10 in the nation for best value for college and introduced Chancellor Wolf Yeigh and Vice Chancellor of Government and Community Relations Kelly Snyder. Mayor Freed invited Chancellor Yeigh to speak and invited him back for a future meeting to discuss the various degree opportunities at UW Bothell. I• City Council Regular Meeting Minutes I Regular A September 2, 2014 Page 2 of 7 5. Yisitors (3 ininutea peE§pga "er Mary Farl - spoke regarding density limits in the Downtown Transition District. Mike Robinson - spoke regarding density limits in the Downtown Transition District. 6. Consent Agenda a. Approval of the July 8, 2014 Regular/Study Session Meeting Minutes and the July 15, 2014 Regular Meeting Minutes RECOMMENDED ACTION: Approve the City Council Meeting Minutes of July 8, 2014 and July 15, 2014 as presented. b. AB #14-120 - Consider Approval of July and August 2014 Payroll and Benefit Transactions RECOMMENDED ACTION: Approve payroll and benefit direct deposit transactions #2000086629 through #2000087229, in the amount of $1,494,608,32; payroll and benefit checks #34629 through #34694, in the amount of $990,807.56; and payroll tax deposits in the amount of $550,421.90 for July 1-31, 2014, payroll that were approved and paid by the City Auditor. c. AB #14-121 - Consider Approval of Addendum No. I to the Interlocal Agreement for Medic One Services RECOMMENDED ACTION: Approve the revised Interlocal Agreement with Shoreline Fire and direct the City Manager to execute the agreement as presented. MOTION: Councilmember Lamb moved approval of the consent agenda as presented. Councilmember Evans second. The motion carried 5-0; Councilmember Agnew and Deputy Mayor Spivey absent and excused. 7. Contracts and AgEggMgnIs a. AB #14-122 - Consider Approval of Professional Services Agreement with The Portico Group for Design of The Park at Bothell Landing RECOMMENDED ACTION: Authorize the City Manager to enter into a professional service agreement with The Portico Group, in the amount of $168,914 in substantially the same form as presented, for design of the Park at Bothell Landing. Recreation and Park Planning Manager Pat Parkhurst presented this item and entertained Council questions. 161 City Council Regular Meeting Minutes September 2, 2014 Page 3 of 7 MOTION: Councilmember Lamb moved approval of the Recommended Action to Authorize the City Manager to enter into a professional services agreement with The Portico Group, in the amount of $168,914 in substantially the same form as presented, for design of the Park at Bothell Landing. Mayor Freed second. MOTION TO TABLE: Samberg moved to table the vote until November 18, 2014. Councilmember Rheaume second. Councilmember Samberg spoke to her motion. Vote to Table: The vote to table failed 3 -2 as follows: Councilmember Evans - opposed Councilmember Lamb - opposed Mayor Freed - opposed Councilmember Samberg - in favor Councilmember Rheaume - in favor Councilmember Agnew and Deputy Mayor Spivey absent and excused. AMENDMENT: Councilmember Evans moved to direct staff to execute the contract with The Portico Group to prepare the cost estimates for the Master Plan for the Park at Bothell Landing. Councilmember Lamb second. Discussion ensued. Vote on Amendment: The amendment passed 3 -2 as follows: Councilmember Evans - in favor Councilmember Lamb -- in favor Councilmember Rheaume - in favor Councilmember Samberg - opposed Mayor Freed - opposed Councilmember Agnew and Deputy Mayor Spivey absent and excused. Vote on the underlying motion as amended passed 3 -2 as follows: Councilmember Evans - in favor Councilmember Lamb - in favor Councilmember Rheaume - in favor Councilmember Samberg - opposed Mayor Freed - opposed Councilmember Agnew and Deputy Mayor Spivey absent and excused. 162 City Council Regular fleeting Minutes September 2, 2014 Page 4 of 7 b. AB #14 -123 Consider Approval of Bothell Police Officer Collective Bargaining Agreement RECOMMENDED ACTION: Authorize the City Manager to sign the collective bargaining agreement between the City of Bothell and Bothell Police Officers Guild for the period of January 1, 2014 through December 31, 2016. Human Resources Director Jamie Marsden presented and entertained Council questions. MOTION: Councilmember Lamb moved approval as presented. Councilmember Evans second. The motion carried 5 -0; Councilmember Agnew and Deputy Mayor Spivey absent and excused. B. Ordinances and Resol utions a. AB #14 -124 - Consider Adoption of Resolution Setting a Public Hearing for October 7, 2014 to Vacate a Portion of Rogers Street RECOMMENDED ACTION Adopt the proposed resolution setting a public hearing for October 7, 2014, to vacate a portion of Rogers Street, City Attorney Joe Beck presented both AB 14 -124 & AB 14 -125 together asking Council to approve resolutions setting Public Hearings for both street vacations for October 7, 901 A. ,"A on +or *o4nola t'niinril n>>oo4ir�r�c 1.. V 1 1, 1.,. ;A�,1 I+AA V4A 4G1AA14 to V V;AAIW AI lri M.v .11.AV SAJ• MOTION: Councilmember Lamb moved approval of a resolution setting a public hear 1 avr O c t o b er J e 7, 2vi4 t o vacate a po r ti on tii)iA of R oge r s s Stree ec CUitiAi11XiAertA�u'e1 Samberg second. The motion carried 5 -0; Councilmember Agnew and Deputy Mayor Spivey absent and excused. b. AB #14 -125 - Consider Adoption of Resolution Setting a Public Hearing for October 7, 2014 to Vacate a Portion of NE 180th Street, previously known as Wilson Avenue RECOMMENDED ACTION: Adopt the proposed resolution setting a public hearing for October 7, 2014, to consider the vacation of a portion of NE 180th Street. MOTION: Councilmember Lamb moved approval of the resolution setting a public hearing for October 7, 2014 to vacate a portion of NE 180th Street, previously known as Wilson Avenue. Councilmember Evans second. The motion carried 5 -0; Councilmember Agnew and Deputy Mayor Spivey absent and excused. 163 City Council Regular Meeting Minutes September 2, 2014 Page 5 of 7 9. New Business 7:30 PM (30 minutes)* a. AB #14 -126 -Consider Adoption of a Utility Revenue Bond Ordinance RECOMMENDED ACTION: Adopt the proposed ordinance authorizing utility revenue bonds. Finance Director Tami Schackman presented and introduced the City's Financial Advisor Susan Musselman who assisted in entertaining Council questions. Discussion ensued. MOTION: Councilmember Evans moved the recommended action to adopt the proposed ordinance authorizing utility revenue bonds. Councilmember Rheaume second. The motion carried 5 -0; Councilmember Agnew and Deputy Mayor Spivey absent and approved. Council recessed at 8:08 PM and reconvened at 8:20 PM. b. AB #14 -127 -Consider Designating a Portion of 180th Street NE as Cougar Way - RECOMMENDED ACTION: Direct staff to continue with designating NE 180th Street, from SR 522 to 92nd Avenue NE, as Cougar Way, and place signs distinguishing between the official street name and the honorary name. Public Works Director Erin Leonhart presented and entertained Council questions. Discussion ensued. MOTION: Councilmember Lamb moved approval of the recommended action. Councilmember Samberg second. The motion carried 5 -0; Councilmember Agnew and Deputy Mayor Spivey absent and excused. 10. Public Meetings, Public Hearings Closed Record Reviews 8:00 PM a. AB #14 -128 - Public Hearing on Proposed Miscellaneous Downtown Code Amendments; and Consideration of Proposed Council Findings, Conclusions and Action, a Proposed Ordinance Approving the Amendments, and a Proposed Resolution Adding Public Area Use Fees to the City Fee Resolution RECOMMENDED ACTION: After taking testimony, closing the public hearing and deliberating; 1. Move and vote to approve the proposed Ordinance; and 2. Move and vote to approve the proposed Resolution amending the city fee resolution to add public area use fees. Im City C--unl-!,.' Regular Meeting Minutes September 2. 2014 Page 6 of 7 Senior Planner David Boyd presented and reviewed the proposed code amendments. Mayor Freed opened the public hearing at 8:32 PM Mayor Freed asked for any public comment on the proposed miscellaneous downtown code amendments. None received. Mr. Boyd entertained Council questions. Discussion ensued. MOTION: Councilmember Lamb moved to close the public hearing. Mayor Freed second. The motion carried 5-0; Councilmember Agnew and Deputy Mayor Spivey absent and excused, Mayor Freed closed the public hearing at 8:46 PM. MOTION: Councilmember Lamb moved approval of the recommended action to approve the proposed Ordinance and approve the proposed Resolution amending the City Fee Resolution to add public area use fees. Councilmember Samberg second. Discussion ensued. Vote on Main Motion: The motion carried 5-0; Councilmember Agnew and Deputy Mayor Spivey absent and excused. b. AB #14-129 - Public Hearing on Proposed Code Amendments to Remove the Existing Residential Density Limit in the Downtown Transition District; and Consideration of Proposed Council Findings, Conclusions and Action and a Proposed Ordinance Approving the Amendments REcomMENDED ACTION: After taking testimony, closing the public hearing and deliberating, move and vote to approve the proposed Ordinance. Senior Planner David Boyd presented and reviewed the proposed code amendments, Mayor Freed opened the public hearing at 8:51 PM. Public Comment was received from the following: Marlin Gabbert - spoke in favor of the proposed code amendments. Dick Paylor- spoke in favor of the proposed code amendments. 165 City Council Regular Meeting Minutes September 2, 2014 Page 7 of 7 Mr. Boyd entered 2 exhibits into the record: Exhibit 1- an email from Pat Pierce. Exhibit 2 - a response to Pat Pierce's email from Dick Paylor. MOTION: Councilmember Evans moved to extend the meeting to 9:30 PM. Councilmember Lamb second. The motion carried 5 -0; Councilmember Agnew and Deputy Mayor Spivey absent and excused. Discussion continued. MOTION: Councilmember Lamb moved to extend the meeting to 9:45 PM Councilmember Samberg second. The motion carried 5 -0; Councilmember Agnew and Deputy Mayor Spivey absent and excused. Discussion continued. MOTION: Councilmember Lamb moved to continue the Public Hearing to October 7, 2014, Councilmember Rheaume second. The motion carried 5 -0; Councilmember Agnew and Deputy Mayor Spivey absent and excused. 11. Executive Session - Property Acauisition /Personnel "'latter II*eYlding �.,itig;atYOt� j Labor Rela#:iot�s - Possxlale Action None 12. City Manager Reports None 13. Adiournment Mayor Freed adjourned the meeting at 9:38 PM Approved as Presented 9/16/14 Azo — LaL(=a K. Hathaway, City Clerk