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CC RESO 1383 Fee ScheduleRESOLUTION NO. 1383 (2018) A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF BOTHELL, WASHINGTON, ESTABLISHING THE 2019 FEE SCHEDULE AND SUPERCEDING RESOLUTION NO. 1370 (2017). WHEREAS, the City Council finds that the following fee schedule sets forth fees that are reasonable and necessary for the year 2019. NOW, THEREFORE, THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF BOTHELL, WASHINGTON, DOES RESOLVE AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Effective January 1, 2019, the schedule of fees set forth herein is hereby adopted, superceding the 2018 Fee Schedule as originally adopted: Optional/additional fees Canopy and chairs 104.00 95.00 Sump pump usage (if needed) 83.00 85.00 Burials on Sunday or City holiday $200+ Z07 + (if required by King County Health Department) applicable tax applilcable tact Wet season work (if required) n/a 207.00 Page 1 of 25 1383 (2018) 2018 Fee 2019 Fee PUBLIC RECORDS 1. Inspection of records No Fee Ho Fee 2. Records - printed $0.15/page $0,115/page 3. Records - scanned into electronic format $0.10/page $0.10/page 4. Records provided by electronic delivery $0.05 for 4 files $0.05 for 4 files 5. Electronic records transmission $0.10/gigabyte $0.110/giigabyte 6. Storage media, postage/delivery charges, envelopes Actual Cost Actual Cosa 7. Scanning and placing documents onto CD/DVD $2.65 $2.65 8. Police audio/video on CD/DVD $5.00 $5.00 CrN CLERK DIVISION 1. Cemetery charges and fees Costs are estimates only. Deposit required prior to service. Exact costs will be calculated at conclusion and invoice (or refund) issued. 72 hours notice required. Interment/memorial fees Full-size burial 1,109.00 1,165.00 Casket liner/grave box/vault 53.00 55.00 (Required for full-size burial. Concrete vaults available upon request.) Urn burial - small 449.00 483.00 Urn burial - large 504.00 538.00 Urn liner 21.00 22.00 Memorial settings: Single flush marker 374.00 383.00 Double flush marker 396.00 406.00 Upright marker (2 or more pieces) 567.00 593.00 Optional/additional fees Canopy and chairs 104.00 95.00 Sump pump usage (if needed) 83.00 85.00 Burials on Sunday or City holiday $200+ Z07 + (if required by King County Health Department) applicable tax applilcable tact Wet season work (if required) n/a 207.00 Page 1 of 25 1383 (2018) 2. Special events permits: a. Small event (one round of review) (100-200 participants or race) b. Large event (one round of review) (200+ participants or parade of any size) c. Additional review Full recovery of costs incurred on day of event will also be charged. b. Block party FNAHCE DEPARTMEW 1. Non -sufficient funds (NSF) check handling fee 2. Utility account fees and late charges a. Late fee penalty b. Collection agency assignment fee c. Customer request water shut-off or turn -on fee d. Non-payment water shut-off fee e. Non-payment water turn -on fee f. Meter tampering administrative fee, in cases of meter tampering or water theft. Cumulative to any fines, penalties, water charges, or other fees and costs. g. Meter re -reads (One re -read per year at no charge) h. Final meter reads i. Utility lien filing administrative fee, in addition to County recording costs j. After hours water service reactivation charge for delinquent accounts 3. Animal license fees a. Altered dog or cat annual license b. Unaltered dog or cat annual license c. Senior (65 & over) life of altered pet d. Service animal, altered pets only (with statement owner is disabled & animal is used as service animal) e. Replacement tag f. Transfer fee g. Late fee h. Juvenile animal license (8 wks - 6 mos) i. Dangerous dog registration fee j. Hobby kennel/cattery - application fee 2018 Fee 20119 flee n/a 300.00 n/a 675.00 n/a 200.00 00 n/a 21.00 See Police section 40.00 43.00 12. 40. 31. 57. 57. 360. 38. 38. 48. 90. )0 )0 )0 )0 )0 )0 )0 )0 )0 30.00 30.00 60.00 60.00 Initial fee $15 InIUM fee $15 Renewal fee $0 Renewal fee $0 0.00 0.00 5.00 5.00 3.00 3.00 15.00 15.00 15.00 15.00 250.00 250.00 100.00 1100.00 Page 2 of 25 1383 (2018) 2018 Fee 2019 Fee POLICE DEPARTMENT 1. Fingerprinting a. First card - residents 15.00 15.00 b. Each additional card - residents 5.00 5.00 c. First card - nonresidents 20.00 20.00 d. Each additional card - nonresidents 10.00 10.00 2. Case reports or miscellaneous reports a. 5 pages or less4.00 b. 6 pages or more 4.00 Plus $0.15/page 0.15/page 3. Accident reports a. 5 pages or less 4.00 b. 6 pages or more 4.00 plus 0.151 a e 0.15/page 4. False alarms a. First response No Charge No Charge b. Second response within six months of first alarm 50.00 50.00 c. Third response within six months of first response 75.00 75.00 d. Fourth or higher response within six months of first response 100.00 100.00 5. Concealed pistol license a. Original As set by WA As set by WA days of holding/kennel) State DOL State DOL b. Renewal As set by WA As set by WA c. Emergency veterinary care State DOL State DOL c. Late renewal As set by WA As set by WA e. Hearing examiner costs associated with unsuccessful appeal of State DOL State DOL d. Replacements As set by WA As set by WA 8. Block party permit fee State DOL State DOL 6. Clearance letter (notarized) 10.00 10.00 7. Animal control fees a. Shelter intake fee (includes all vaccines for dogs/cats and up to 10 185.00 185.00 days of holding/kennel) b. Daily holding/kennel fee 25.00 25.00 c. Emergency veterinary care Actual Cost Actual Cost d. Euthanasia and animal disposal Actual Cost Actual Cost e. Hearing examiner costs associated with unsuccessful appeal of Actual Cost Actual Cost dangerous dog declaration 8. Block party permit fee See Clerk 30.00 section Page 3 of 25 1383 (2018) 2018 Fee 2019 Gree FIRE DEPARTMENT 1. Bothell Chiu icipd Code Furse fees Failure to perform fire watch n/a 405.00 IFC Section 109.4 violation (per day) n/a 250.00 False alarms a. First non-exempt preventable alarm 160.00 166.00 b. Subsequent non-exempt preventable alarm 201.00 209.00 Fireworks a. Retail seller permit 100.00 100.00 Plus cash bond 100.00 100.00 b. Public display permit 100.00 100.00 Plus cash bond 100.00 100.00 2. Development Review Fees Building plan review fee, per square foot of gross building floor area 0.08 0.03 Gate/barricade across fire access road n/a 405.00 Land use reviews (Fire land -use review being added to Development Review fee structure, with associated billable hourly rates) Hourly rate - See Hourly rate a See 5 acres or less Dev Review Fee Dcev Review Free Over 5 acres Hazardous Materials Review 3. lFC Operational Permits 105.6.1 - 46 Aerosol products Amusement buildings Aviation facilities Carbon dioxide for beverage dispensing Carnivals and fairs: Commercial Ikon -profit Cellulose nitrate film Combustible fibers Compressed gases Covered mall buildings Cryogenic fluids Cutting and welding Distributed antenna system Dry cleaning plants Dust producing operations Exhibits and trade shows Explosives Fire hydrants and valves Flammable and combustible liquids Peer review fee Peer review fee 225.00 234.00 183.00 190.00 219.00 227.00 n/a 120.00 324.00 336.00 161.00 167.00 126.00 131.00 126.00 131.00 160.00 166.00 219.00 227.00 160.00 166.00 183.00 190.00 183.00 190.00 160.00 166.00 183.00 190.00 183.00 190.00 324.00 336.00 183.00 190.00 318.00 330.00 Page 4 of 25 1383 (2018) 4. IFC Construction Permits 105.7.1 - 14* "For all permits, plan reviews, revisions, reinspection fees and other inspections, a 5% Technology surcharge fee is applied to the total fee for services. Automatic Fire Protection Systems Automatic fire -extinguishing systems. Fire sprinkler NFPA 13, 13D, and 13R. 1-100 heads: New commerical buildings NFPA 13, fee per riser (plus $1.00 per 613.00 $613 + $1/head a' sprinkler head) 101+ heads: $918 + $1/head 1-100 heads: b Commerical tenant improvements NFPA 13, fee per riser (plus $1.00 526.00 $613 + $1/head per sprinkler head) 101+ heads: $918 + $1/head Page 5 of 25 1383 (2018) 2018 Fee 2019 Fee Floor finishing 183.00 190.00 Fruit and crop ripening 219.00 227.00 Fumigation or thermal insecticidal fogging 219.00 227.00 Hazardous materials 471.00 488.00 Hazardous production materials 183.00 190.00 High -piled storage 404.00 419.00 Hot work operations 183.00 190.00 Industrial ovens 160.00 166.00 Liquid/gas fueled vehicles/equipment in assembly building 126.00 131.00 Liquified petroleum gases 160.00 166.00 Lumber yards and woodworking plants 146.00 152.00 Magnesium 160.00 166.00 Miscellaneous combustible storage 126.00 131.00 Open flames and candles 98.00 102.00 Open flames and torches 183.00 190.00 Organic coatings 219.00 227.00 Places of assembly - Non -Profit 187.00 194.00 Places of assembly - Commercial 219.00 227.00 Positive alarm sequence fire alarm 183.00 190.00 Private fire hydrants 183.00 190.00 Pyrotechnical special effects material 290.00 301.00 Pyroxlin plastics 183.00 190.00 Refrigeration equipment 219.00 227.00 Repair garages and motor fuel -dispensing facilities 146.00 152.00 Rooftop heliports 183.00 190.00 Solar photovoltaic power systems n/a 175.00 Spraying or dipping 219.00 227.00 Temporary membrane structures and tents: a. Commercial 187.00 194.00 b. Non-profit 160.00 166.00 Tires: Rebuilding plants, storage of scrap and by-products 211.00 219.00 Waste handling 183.00 190.00 Wood products 183.00 190.00 4. IFC Construction Permits 105.7.1 - 14* "For all permits, plan reviews, revisions, reinspection fees and other inspections, a 5% Technology surcharge fee is applied to the total fee for services. Automatic Fire Protection Systems Automatic fire -extinguishing systems. Fire sprinkler NFPA 13, 13D, and 13R. 1-100 heads: New commerical buildings NFPA 13, fee per riser (plus $1.00 per 613.00 $613 + $1/head a' sprinkler head) 101+ heads: $918 + $1/head 1-100 heads: b Commerical tenant improvements NFPA 13, fee per riser (plus $1.00 526.00 $613 + $1/head per sprinkler head) 101+ heads: $918 + $1/head Page 5 of 25 1383 (2018) + 1/head Battery systems 2018 Fee 2019 Fee c. Single and multi -family residential NDPA 13D and 13R 397.00 $497+ Cryogenic fluids 353.00 51.50/head d. Underground fire sprinkler supply line 80.00 600.00 e. Commerical kitchen hood and duct systems 80.00 350.00 f. VESDAIFM-200 fire suppression systems 742.00 769.00 NFPA 10 fire alarm and signaling systems. 224.00 1-100 heads: New mixed-use buildings NFPA 13, fee per riser (plus $1.00 per 742.00 $613 + $1/head g' sprinkler head) 613.00 101+ heads: $918 + 1/head Battery systems 224.00 233.00 Compressed gases 353.00 366.00 Cryogenic fluids 353.00 366.00 Smoke control systems n/a 770.00 Automatic Fire Detection Systems 397.00 412.00 Fire alarm/detection systems and related equipment. 397.00 412.00 NFPA 10 fire alarm and signaling systems. 224.00 233.00 a. Fire alarm panels, 1-4 zones, plus $1.50/device 742.00 769.00 b. Fire alarm panels, 5 or more zones, plus $1.50/device 1,001.00 1,038.00 c. Addressable control panels, plus $1.00/device 742.00 769.00 d. Fire alarm transmission devices 224.00 233.00 Other Svstems Industrial ovens 310.00 322.00 Liquified petroleum gas 310.00 322.00 Private fire hydrants 224.00 233.00 Spraying and dipping 483.00 501.00 Standpipe systems 397.00 412.00 Distributed antenna system 397.00 412.00 Fire pumps and related equipment 224.00 233.00 Flammable and combustible liquids storage and transport Level 1: Less than 1000 gallon capacity 224.00 233.00 Level 2: 1000+ gallon capacity 483.00 501.00 Hazardous Materials Processing Systems Peer review fee Peer review fee Temporary membrane structures and tents: a. Commercial 267.00 277.00 b. Non-profit 267.00 277.00 5. Inspection Fees After-hours inspections (billed half-hourly) Hourly rate - Hourly rate - See Dev See Dev Review Fee Review Fee Stop Work Order Fee 90.00 94.00 Page 6 of 25 1383 (2018) 2018 Fee 2019 Fee Inspections fees - phase project inspection fee 137.00 142.00 Fire Code construction permit re -inspection fee. (Billed for each 137.00 X142.00 inspection occurrence after primary inspection and first re -inspection.) 6. Response Operations Section Fees Fees for Non -Public Records Act Requests Fire incident/investigation reports 15.00 15.00 Medical incident reports 15.00 15.00 550.00 or 675.00 or EMS transport fee Medicare Medicare Allowable Rate Allowabie Rahe Transport mileage fee 14.00 per mile 117.00 per rnik Motor Vehicle Collision (MVC) and Vehicle Fire recovery fees Level One Response 480.00 499.00 Level Two Response 607.00 629.00 Level Three Response 771.00 799.00 Level Four Response 1,446.00 1i ,499.00 7. CRR - Public Education Fees CPR class fees - Organizations requesting required CPR training. Class size limited to 8. a. Adult and child CPR w/AED 341.00 354.00 b. Healthcare provider CPR 341.00 354,00 c. First aid 346.00 354.00 CPR class fees - Scheduled classes open to all individuals for enrollment. (Resident charge applies to all Snohomish County District 10 residents) a. Adult, child, & infant CPR/AED - Resident 48.00 50.00 b. Adult, child, & infant CPR/AED - Nonresident 58.00 611.00 c. First aid -Resident 48.00 50,00 d. First aid - Nonresident 58.00 61.00 Public Education safety classes a. Mock impaired driving demonstration 800.00 800.00 b. CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) - -Scheduled classes 50.00 No charge open to individuals for enrollment. 258 Not offered d. Search & Rescue Instructor Hourly Contract Rate dependent Instructor Hourly Contract 2. Triage Rate dependent Page 7 of 25 1383 (2018) 2018 Fee 2019 Fee Instructor Hourly Contract f. ICS/NIMS Rate dependent Instructor Hourly Contract g. Other safety classes Rate dependent Bicycle Helmets (per helmet fee) 10.00 10.00 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PLANNING 1. Administrative final plat 4,717.00 4,887.00 2. ADU 715.00 741.00 3. Annexation - Type V Hourly Hourly 4. Appeals 1,576.00 1,633.00 5. Bothell Municipal Code amendments Hourly Hourly 6. Boundary line adjustment - Type 1 904.00 937.00 7. Comprehensive plan amendments (property specific) Hourly Hourly 8. Conditional use - Type III 6,232.00 6,457.00 9. Critical areas alteration - Type II 3,372.00 3,494.00 10. Demolition fee - accessory structure 131.00 136.00 11. Demolition fee - historic structure Hourly Hourly 12. Demolition fee - main structure 321.00 333.00 13. Demolition - historic inventory Hourly Hourly 14. Director's interpretation 2,657.00 2.753.00 15. Final plat 5,608.00 5,810.00 16. Final plat - additional per lot (after 5) 342.00 355.00 17. Final short plat 3,626.00 3.757.00 18. First pre -application meeting (for actions initiated by single-family homeowners) 700.00 726.00 19. First pre -application meeting 1,545.00 1,601.00 All subsequent pre -application meetings, project review, and any additional staff time spent on processing a development applicant's proposal prior to and following submittal of a formal land use or building permit application shall be billed monthly at the applicable staff hourly rate, including benefits and overhead. 20. First-time tenant improvements 218.00 226.00 21. Personal wireless - Type 1 1,067.00 1,106.00 22. Personal wireless - Type II 1,731.00 1,794.00 23. Planned unit development - final without plat 2,153.00 2.231.00 24. Planned unit development - preliminary without plat 6,869.00 7,117.00 25. Preliminary plat 12,747.00 13.206.00 26. Preliminary plat - additional per lot (after 5) 519.00 538.00 27. Preliminary short plat 6,849.00 7,096.00 28. PUD - major mod 4,368.00 4.526.00 29. PUD - minor mod 715.00 741.00 30. Request for extension of construction noise hours 163.00 169.00 31. SEPA 957.00 992.00 32. Shoreline conditional use 7,024.00 7,277.00 33. Shoreline substantial development 6,868.00 7,116.00 34. Shoreline exemption 1,711.00 1.773.00 Page 8 of 25 1383 (2018) The Applicant shall be invoiced for actual costs by the Community Development and Public Works staff to provide for reimbursement of municipal employee time. The charges will be based on the applicable staff hourly rate of the employee performing the review, including benefits and overhead. At the request of the applicant, overtime may be authorized for plan review and/or inspections performed outside of normal working hour and will be charged at the applicable staff overtime hourly rate, including benefits and overhead. Payments shall be paid to the City upon demand. Maintenance bonds will not be released until all fees are paid in full. The applicant shall be responsible for the cost of legal counsel review, hearing examiner review, all recording fees associated with final plats, binding site plans and all other development documents requiring recording, consultants, and any additional required studies, and for reimbursement of municipal employee time. 41. Sub - major mod 2018 Fee 2019 Fee 35. Shoreline variance 7,024.00 7.277.00 36. Sign permits - first sign 622.00 645.00 37. Sign permits - additional 181.00 188.00 38. Single family planning review n/a 164.00 39. Site plan review n/a 8.300.00 40. Site rezone application fee Hourly Hourly An applicant shall pay for all work done by, or on behalf of, the City in connection with the 12.00 processing and review of the application, including public hearing presentations and 29.00 hearing body findings, conclusions and decisions. Transfer to new owner 29.00 The Applicant shall be invoiced for actual costs by the Community Development and Public Works staff to provide for reimbursement of municipal employee time. The charges will be based on the applicable staff hourly rate of the employee performing the review, including benefits and overhead. At the request of the applicant, overtime may be authorized for plan review and/or inspections performed outside of normal working hour and will be charged at the applicable staff overtime hourly rate, including benefits and overhead. Payments shall be paid to the City upon demand. Maintenance bonds will not be released until all fees are paid in full. The applicant shall be responsible for the cost of legal counsel review, hearing examiner review, all recording fees associated with final plats, binding site plans and all other development documents requiring recording, consultants, and any additional required studies, and for reimbursement of municipal employee time. 41. Sub - major mod 4,368.00 4,526.00 42. Sub - minor mod 715.00 741.00 43. Sub - vacate 4,368,00 4.526,00 44. Transitory accomodation review 2,707.00 2,805.00 45. Variance - Type III 3,703.00 8,887.00 46. Zoning confirmation letter 218.00 226.00 BUSS CESS LICENSES Business license fee (total of a, b, and c) a. Number of employees: 0-2 29.00 31.00 3-10 77.00 80.00 11-25 161.00 167.00 26-50 346.00 359.00 51-75 521.00 840.00 76-100 695.00 1721.00 100+ 695.00 7211.00 Additional fee for each employee over 100 12.00 13.00 Transfer to new location 29.00 311.00 Transfer to new owner 29.00 31.00 Duplicate License 9.00 10.00 b. Type of business: Contractors 39.00 41.00 Public assembly 75.00 78.00 Educational 75.00 78.00 Page 9 of 25 1383 (2018) BUILDING/CODE ENFORCEMENT Table 20.02.155 B - OTHER FEES (Building, Plumbing, and Mechanical Permits)3 1. Inspections outside of normal business hours (per hour)3 156.51 163.00 2. Reinspection fee 3A 156.51 163.00 3. Inspection for which no fee is specifically indicated (per hour)3 156.51 163.00 Page 10 of 25 1383 (2018) 2018 Fee 2019 Fee Institutional 75.00 78.00 Residential 56.00 59.00 Store, office 39.00 41.00 Basic industry/utility 92.00 96.00 Manufacturing 92.00 96.00 Storage 75.00 78.00 Special properties 75.00 78.00 Apartments 289.00 300.00 c. Occupancy size for businesses (square feet) Less than 3,000 0.00 0.00 3,001-5,000 58.00 61.00 5,001-10,000 90.00 94.00 10,001-15,000 1,413.00 1,464.00 15,001-17,000 1,944.00 2,014.00 17,001-20,000 2,181.00 2.260.00 20,001-50,000 2,632.00 2,727.00 Greater than 50,000 4,573.00 4,738.00 d. Occupancy size for apartment buildings (square feet) Less than 3,000 0.00 0.00 3,001-5,000 58.00 61.00 5,001-10,000 90.00 94.00 10,001-15,000 1,413.00 1.464.00 15,001-17,000 1,944.00 2,014.00 17,001-20,000 2,181.00 2.260.00 20,001-50,000 2,632.00 2,727.00 Greater than 50,000 3,049.00 3,159.00 2. Adult entertainment facilities a. Adult entertainment facility license, per year, plus business license fee 3,187.00 3,302.00 b. Manager license, per year 799.00 828.00 c. Entertainer license, per year 799.00 828.00 3. Public/teen dance, per year 529.00 549.00 4. Amusement game device, per game, per year 49.00 51.00 5. Pawnbrokers, per year 179.00 186.00 6. Secondhand dealers, per year 49.00 51.00 7. Family day care homes, per year 20.00 21.00 BUILDING/CODE ENFORCEMENT Table 20.02.155 B - OTHER FEES (Building, Plumbing, and Mechanical Permits)3 1. Inspections outside of normal business hours (per hour)3 156.51 163.00 2. Reinspection fee 3A 156.51 163.00 3. Inspection for which no fee is specifically indicated (per hour)3 156.51 163.00 Page 10 of 25 1383 (2018) 2018 Fee 4. Additional plan review required by changes, additions, and/or revisions (per hour)3 156.51 5. Re -roof (single family residence)3 120.00 6. Use of outside consultants for plan checking or inspections: Actual COSt$1,3 Hourly 7. Mobile home replacement/installation3 280.00 8. Moved building (pre -move inspection)3 250.00 'Actual costs include fees for consultant services, plus administrative and overhead costs. ZPlan review fee includes the initital plan review and two re -reviews. Any subsequent reviews after the third review will result in a $ 163/hour charge for additional review services. 3For all permits, plan reviews, revisions, reinspection fees, and other inspections, a 5% Technology surcharge is applied to the total fee for services. 4Inspection services include one initial inspection for each type of inspection and/or area to be inspected (if inspected in phases/sections), and one reinspection to address items requiring correction during the initial inspection. If items are not completed at the reinspection, the inspector may issue a reinspection fee for any subsquent inspections necessary to address the remaining items. The inspector may also issue a reinspection fee if a project has requested an inspection and is not ready at the time of inspection. In instances where reinspection fees have been assessed, no additonal inspection of the work shall be provided by the City until the required fees are paid. Plumbing and Mechanical Permit Fees (Multi -Family, Mixed -Use, and Non -Residential) 1. Permit fee - see valuation table below to determine plumbing and/or mechanical permit fee due at issuance. 2. Plan review fee - when plans are required to be submitted for review, a plan review fee equal to 40% of the mechanical permit fee shall be paid at the time of submittal. 3. Technology fee - a 5% fee will be added for all permit and plan review related services. 4. Miscellaneous inspection and other fees - see table under Building Permit Fees. The valuation table below applies to all multi -family, mixed-use, and non-residential plumbing and mechanical permits, unless otherwise noted. Fees listed are in addition to plan review, Washington state surcharges, 5% technology fee, and any other applicable stop work order/special investigation fees. ToW Valuation $0 - $1,000- 2019 Fee 163.00 125.00 Hould y 291.000 259.00 Up to $1,000 65.00 68.00 0,001 - $2,000* For the first $1,000 68.00 71.00 Per additional $100 or portion, up to $2,000 5.00 6.00 $2,0011 -S For the first $2,000 125.00 130,00 Per additional $1,000 or portion, up to $25,000 19.00 20,00 $25.001 a $50,00®* For the first $25,000 515.00 534,00 Per additional $1,000 or portion, up to $50,000 14.00 15.00 $50,001 - $100,000* For the first $50,000 815.00 845.00 Per additional $1,000 or portion, up to $100,000 13.00 14.00 Page 11 of 25 1383 (2018) *For multi-level buildings over 2 stories, add $30/unit for each dwelling unit above the 2nd story (does not include townhouses and detached single family units on one lot, which are charged using the percentage of building permit fee for new single family construction. Residential Plumbing and Mechanical (New Construction): 8% of Building Permit Fee Residential Mechanical Fees - Alterations/Additions/Replacements Base permit fee 2018 Fee 2019 Fee $100.001 - $500,000* 10.00 11.00 For the first $100,000 1,275.00 1.321.00 Per additional $1,000 or portion, up to $500,000 11.00 12.00 $500.001 - $1,000.000* 15.00 16.00 For the first $500,000 4,175.00 4.326.00 Per additional $1,000 or portion, up to $1,000,000 7.00 8.00 $1,000,001 - $5,000,000* 30.00 32.00 For the first $1,000,000 7,300.00 7,563.00 Per additional $1,000 or portion, up to $5,000,000 5.00 6.00 $5,000,001 and up* 20.00 21.00 For the first $5,000,000 23,125.00 23,958.00 Per additional $1,000 4.00 5.00 *For multi-level buildings over 2 stories, add $30/unit for each dwelling unit above the 2nd story (does not include townhouses and detached single family units on one lot, which are charged using the percentage of building permit fee for new single family construction. Residential Plumbing and Mechanical (New Construction): 8% of Building Permit Fee Residential Mechanical Fees - Alterations/Additions/Replacements Base permit fee 55.00 57.00 Gas piping (per outlet) 10.00 11.00 Hydronic piping (per outlet) 10.00 11.00 Gas water heaters (per fixture) 20.00 21.00 Solid fuel burning appliances - wood/pellet stoves/inserts (per fixture) 15.00 16.00 Electric water heaters (per fixture) 30.00 32.00 Gas log inserts (per fixture) 20.00 21.00 Heating equipment - including ductwork (per fixture) 30.00 32.00 Vent/exhaust fans (per fixture) 20.00 21.00 Ventilation systems - not part of heating or A/C systems (per fixture) 20.00 21.00 Ductwork system remodels (per zone) 20.00 21.00 Compressors, air conditioners, & heat pumps (per fixture) 30.00 32.00 Other (per item) 20.00 21.00 Residential Plumbing Fees - Alterations/Additions/Replacements Base permit fee 55.00 57.00 Backflow preventers & vacuum breakers (per fixture) 15.00 16.00 Kitchen sinks (per fixture) 15.00 16.00 Dishwashers (per fixture) 15.00 16.00 Electric water heaters (per fixture) 15.00 16.00 Clothes washers (per fixture) 15.00 16.00 Lavatories/bathroom sinks (per fixture) 15.00 16.00 Water closets/toilets (per fixture) 15.00 16.00 Bathtubs (per fixture) 15.00 16.00 Showers/valve replacements (per fixture) 15.00 16.00 Floor drains (per fixture) 15.00 16.00 Water softeners (per fixture) 15.00 16.00 Sewage ejectors (per fixture) 15.00 16.00 Laundry trays & utility sinks (per fixture) 15.00 16.00 Page 12 of 25 1383 (2018) Other Fees 1. Building moving - through City $223.00 232 minimum charge or actual cost, whichever is greater 2. Building moving - into or within City Permit fee 40.00 42.00 Pre -move inspection fee of $44-2 117 or actual cost, whichever is greater 3. Plan reviews and inspections to ensure compliance with the Washington 2018 Fee 2019 Fee Bar sinks (per fixture) 15.00 16.00 Drinking fountains (per fixture) 15.00 16.00 Urinals (per fixture) 15.00 16.00 Backwater valves (per fixture) 15.00 16.00 Miscellaneous plumbing (per fixture) 15.00 16.00 Repair/replacement of water piping (per fixture) 25.00 26.00 Water line (meter to house) 50.00 52.00 Other Fees 1. Building moving - through City $223.00 232 minimum charge or actual cost, whichever is greater 2. Building moving - into or within City Permit fee 40.00 42.00 Pre -move inspection fee of $44-2 117 or actual cost, whichever is greater 3. Plan reviews and inspections to ensure compliance with the Washington State Energy Code: Per single family dwelling 157.00 163.00 Per residential remodel/addition 157.00 163.00 Per multi -family structure 312.00 324.00 Additional per unit fee 82.00 85.00 Per commercial building 312.00 324.00 Per tenant improvement 157.00 163.00 4. Code enforcement violations a. Hearing Examiner -Actual charge to City for services b. City staff time at hearing - Actual cost based on applicable staff hourly rate, including benefits and overhead. c. City Attorney - Actual charge based on hourly rate of pay for City Attorney, including benefits and overhead. d. Administrative Fee 160.00 166.00 5. Demolition Fee a. Main Structure 328.00 340.00 b. Accessory Structure 57.00 60.00 c. Historic Structure 327.00+ 339.00+ Dev Review Fee Dev Review Fee Page 13 of 25 1383 (2018) 2018 Fee 2019 Fee fPUo(I=UC UVORKS, C®MMUNTY DEVELOPMENT, & F[ _;_ DEVELOPMENT REVS EVV, PERPMT FEES AND CHARGES DeveUopment Review Fee Following a third review or for permits subject to hourly review fees, an applicant shall pay for all work done by, or on behalf of, the City in connection with the processing, reviewing, checking, computing, and inspecting and correcting for compliance with City codes of the plans or other documents provided by the applicant and for plan checking, land use evaluations, inspection and testing for all public and private infrastructure improvement including water lines, sanitary sewer lines, storm water retention/detention and drainage systems, streets, curbs, gutters and sidewalks, parking, landscaping, building heights & setbacks, signage, verification of conditions of approval and performing concurrency evaluations, impact fee assessments, and all non-SEPA traffic evaluations in conjunction with a land use, building, or construction application. Individual single family residences exempt from SEPA review are not required to pay a Development Review fee. The applicant shall be invoiced for actual costs on a monthly basis. Payment is due to the City upon demand. The Development Review fees provide for reimbursement of municipal employee time. The charges will be based on the applicable staff billing rate of the employee performing the review, including benefits and overhead and out of pocket expenses such as outside consultant peer review, specialized subconsultants, printing expenses, and other related costs. Pilling will occur on a monthly basis. At the request of the applicant overtime may be authorized for plan review and or inspections performed outside of normal working hours and will be charged at the applicable staff overtime hourly rate (time and a half), including benefits and overhead. Maintenance bonds will not be released until all fees are paid in full. The applicant shall be responsible for the cost of legal counsel review, hearing examiner review, all recording fees associated with final plats, binding site plans and all other development documents requiring recording, consultants, and any additional required studies, and for reimbursement of municipal employee time at their current billable hourly rate. DeveVopment Review Technology Surcharge In order to reimburse the City for costs specifically related to the maintenance and regular upgrading of local and regional electronic development review and tracking systems, which benefit the City's development customers via an increasingly efficient and effective review process, a five percent technology surcharge will be added to pre -application conference fees; plan review fees; permit fees; and development review fees. The technology surcharge will not be placed on facilities charges or impact fees. Page 14 of 25 1383 (2018) 2018 Fee 2019 Fee PUBLIC WORKS UTILITY ACCOUNT FEES 1, LATE CHARGES a. Late fee penalty b. Collection agency assignment fee c. Customer request water shut-off or turn -on fee d. Non-payment water shut-off fee e. Non-payment water turn -on fee f• Meter tampering administrative fee, in cases of meter tamperii water theft. Cumulative to any fines, penalties, water charges, or fees and costs. g. Meter re -reads (One re -read per year at no charge) h. Final meter reads Utility lien filing administrative fee, in addition to County recording c After hours water service reactivation charge for delinquent accour IOATER FEES Z CHARGES 1. Water main facility charges 3/4" (5/8") meter 1" meter 1.5" meter 2" meter 3" meter 4" meter 6" meter 8" meter 2. Fire hydrant use Permit (per calendar year) Hydrant use deposit City hydrant meter (make-up) damage deposit Hydrant meter (make-up) rental/per month Water/per 100 cubic feet 3. Water meters a. Water meter processing fee, per meter b. Existing service line to property and meter box 3/4" 1" 1 1/2" 2" c. Complete water service (no existing service to property). At the discretion of the Public Works Director, City crew provides main water tap, brings service to property, and provides and installs meter box and meter. 3/4" short side 3/4" long side 4,660.00 10,131.00 23,589.00 36,405.00 78,230.00 119,183.00 241, 979.00 392,951.00 121.00 1,000.00 1,500.00 114.00 13.00 38.00 452.00 513.00 768.00 942.00 5,353.00 6,626.00 13.00 42.00 33.00 6000 60.00 Ef1rAX1111 40.Oo 0 40.00 500.000 94.00 4 828.00 10.496.00 24.439.00 37,716.00 81,047.00 123,474.00 250.691.00 407,098.00 126.00 1,000,00 1,500.000 119.00 14.00 MW 469.00 532.00 796.00 976.00 6.0 3 6,865.00 Page 15 of 25 1383 (2018) 2018 Fee 2019 Fee 1" short side 5,481.00 6,679.00 1" long side 5,481.00 679.Co0 4. Water main tap: Not associated with a development project 233.00 242.00 5 Water main tap: Associated with a development project. 610.00 632.00 Water main tap fee plus development review fee. 6. Fire flow/hydraulic analysis (plus passthrough consultant fees) 177.00 184.00 7. Flushing/dechlorination/disinfection service (Depending on availability) 1,009.00 8. Backflow assembly inspection 2 inch or smaller 211.00 219.00 3 inch or larger 690.00 716.000 9. Water utility infrastructure improvements Water utility base charge 488.00 506.00 Water utility fee per 100 lineal feet of improvements 1,805.00 1,870.00 SEIPJER FEES Ii CHARGES 1. Sewer main facility charges Page 16 of 25 1383 (2018) a. Single family 2,941.00 3,047.00 b. Commercial/multi-family (RCE*) 2,941.00 3.047.00 *(Resident customer equivalent, as determined by METRO capacity form) 2. Side sewer connections Side sewer processing fee 51.00 53.00 Single family side sewer 240.00 249.00 Detached multi -family side sewer connection 240.00 249.00 Commercial/multi-family side sewer connection (1st unit/bldg) associated w/development project. 610.00 632,00 Side connection fee + development review fee Additional per unit charge per building 451.00 460.00 Repair/modify side sewer existing line(s) 240.00 24.: ,, "; Repair/modify commercial/multi-family side sewer connection Hourly HouAy 3. Sewer main tap: not associated with a development project 690.00 715.00 4. Sewer main tap: associated with a development project. Sewer main tap fee + development review fee 1,009.00 1,046.00 5. Television pipeline inspection service $171 per hour 1178 per hour (Depending on availability) (3 hr minimum) (3 hr minimum) 6. Re -inspection fee 160.00 166.00 Page 16 of 25 1383 (2018) 2018 Fee 20110 Fee 7. Sewer utility infrastructure improvements Sewer utility base charge 488.00 506.00 Sewer utility fee per 100 lineal feet of improvements 1,502.00 STORM DRAW AMD SURFACE WATER 1.S Residential storm drain inspection fee 233.00 242.00 2. Television pipeline inspection service $171 per hour 178 per hour (Depending on availability) (3 hr minimum) (3 hr minimum) $1,286 per J1,W per 3. Citywide stormwater facility charge Impervious Impervious Surface Unit Surface Unit $13,566 per $14,055 per 4. Stormwater facility charge - downtown sub -basin area Impervious Impervious Surface Unit Surface Unit 5. Stormwater detention facility (plus pass-through consultant charges) 851.00 882.00 6. Stormwater utility infrastructure improvements Stormwater utility base charge 488.00 568.00 Stormwater utility fee per 1000 lineal feet of improvements 555.00 575.00 RADS & STREETS 1. Driveway and sidewalk - right of way invasion permit (includes utility connection/improvement outside of paved road traffic 546.00 566.00 control plans not associated with street cuts) 2. Street excavation, minor - right of way invasion permit 799.00 828.00 3. Right of way major franchise Major franchise base fee 578.00 599.00 Right of way franchise - hourly Hourly Hourly 4. Public utilities blanket permit (per calendar year) 717.00 743.00 5. Right of way permit Base charge 1,074.00 3.00 Right of way per 100 lineal feet 496.00 514.00 6. Street vacation application Hourly Houdy Applicant responsible for cost of appraisal & recording fees 7. Purchase and installation of up to two DUI memorial sign(s) 667.00 692.00 8. Accident clean-up / emergency response 216.00 224.00 Page 17 of 25 1383 (2018) 2018 Fee 201 Fee 9. Traffic concurrency base charge 2,161.00 2.23.00 10. Concurrency capacity reporting & monitoring surcharge a. Major development 3,187.00 3,302.00 A "Major development" means any development that generates more than fifty (50) peak hour trips. b. Medium development 1,913.00 1,982.00 A "Medium development' means any development that generates twenty to fifty (20-50) peak hour trips. c. Minor development 959.00 994.00 A "Minor development' means any development that generates at least three (3) peak hour trips, but less than twenty (20) peak hour trips. 11. Street cut mitigation fee Street cut mitigation base fee 51.00 53.00 "Mitigation fee" (17.08.050). The fee is based upon the cost of overlay for permanent repair of damage/deterioration of streets and shoulders 22.00 23.00 caused by trenching/utility operations. Fee per lineal feet of opening. 12. Public area use permit application fees Sidewalk only outdoor dining and/or general usage permit fee— ai (Monthly use charge to be paid for permit duration at No Charge 125.00 time of permit approval) Annual renewal (no substantial changes) 100.00 100.00 Railing permit (if applicable) 150.00 150.00 Outdoor dining permit fee - flexible zone Applications received on or before March 15 (Monthly use charge to be paid for permit duration at time of permit No Charge 150.00 approval) Applications received after March 15 (Monthly use charge to be paid for permit duration at time of permit 750.00 450.00 approval) City to move bollards on first Friday of May and last Friday of September each year to minimize cost and disruptions. Annual Monthly use charge per square foot (applies to sidewalk and flex zone use al' o-utdeo g in the public right of way.) Based on No Charge 0.09 gross square footage - square footage of clear path. 13. Traffic control devices for public area use permits 167.00 174.00 Page 18 of 25 1383 (2018) 2018 Fee 201 1!� Fee, REVS EW AND INSPECTION FEES 1. la-farr+ily Residental site review and inspection 578.00 699.00 Construction and additions. Prior to issuance of building permits, site plans for sip& famaty residential construction are reviewed for consistency with applicable City codes and design and construction standards and specifications, which may include water lines, sanitary sewer lines, storm water retention/detention and drainage systems, streets, curbs, gutters, driveways, sidewalks, and easements. Subsequent to permit issuance, required site inspections are performed. 2. Re -inspection fee 160.00 166,00 Public Works construction permit re -inspection fee. (Billed for each inspection occurrence after primary inspection and first re -inspection.) 3. Re -submittal fee Hourly Hourk Public Works construction permit re -submittal review fee. All permits are allowed 3 reviews at fixed fee rates listed.in the fee schedule. 4th review and other additional reviews are to be billed at hourly rate. 4. Rockery/retaining wall (plus pass through consultant costs) 403.00 416.00 5. Clearing and grading permit Base charge with or without land use entitlement 1,637.00 9,696.00 Charge per disturbed area with no land use entititlement 2,060.00 2.135.00 Charge per disturbed area with land use entititlement 2,227.00 2,303.00 6. Traffic signals New signal (plus pass through County costs) 3,439.00 3,563.00 Signal modificaion (plus pass through County costs) 2,384.00 2,470.00 7. "Safe Walk to School' review - residential developments 2,512.00 2,603,00 8. Public Works variance Hourly Dourly Page 19 of 25 1383 (2018) f��tR ..5 A JD FEC ,ATI J a. Lame shelter for 1-60 individuals (Blyth & Cedar Grove) Residents & non-profit organizations Non-residents & for-profit organizations Damage deposit (refundable) b. Large & small shelter for 1-100 individuals (Blyth) Residents & non-profit organizations Non-residents & for-profit organizations Damage deposit (refundable) (100 or more individuals requires a special event permit) c. Small shelter for 1-25 individuals (Blvth, Centennial) Residents & non-profit organizations Non-residents & for-profit organizations Damage deposit (refundable) 2. Park at Bothell Landing - amphitheater (per hour) n.r, a. Residents & non-profit organizations b. Non-residents & for-profit organizations c. Use of electricity d. Damage deposit (refundable) 3. Park at Bothell Landing - parking lot (per hour) Must be rented as an "add-on" to another facility rental a. Residents & non-profit organizations b. Non-residents & for-profit organizations 2018 Pee 2019 Pee n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 65.00 82.00 22.00 n/a n/a n/a $150 half day $360 full day $190 half day $456 100.00 $250 half day $600 fall day $315 halfr day $ M uI]l day 200.00 100 hale d $240 UW UdW� 125ay $3C 0 ffq & 100.00 65.00 82.00 23.00 100.00 42.00 52.00 Page 20 of 25 1383 (2018) 2018 Fee 20119 Fee 4. Park at Bothell Landing - grassy area adjacent to SR522 a. Residents & non-profit organizations n/a 42,00 b. Non-residents & for-profit organizations n/a 52.00 5. Other park space used for special events/festivals or event with n/a Megot6ated by admission/fundraising fee d°orecotor or des6gnee 6. General use of parks (camps, classes, photography, etc) n/a Heot6at�d�� 6rector or de�6�lnr�e 7. Meeting room/banquet rental (per hour) Lytle House a. Meeting room Residents & non-profit organizations (der 67.00 67.00 Non-residents & for-profit organizations {F-hsu� 84,00 84.00 b-. Gharge 23.00 (3 hour 1 when site su, 1r rory tiro d\ b. Kitchen Residents & non-profit organizations n/a 30,00 Non-residents & for-profit organizations n/a 38,60 c. Damage deposit (refundable) 200.00 200.00 d. Damage deposit for reservations with alcohol (refundable) 400.00 400,00 4- North Creek Schoolhouse a. Meeting room Residents & non-profit organizations (pef- } 40.00 30,00 Non-residents & for-profit organizations'- 50.00 33,00 b. Damage deposit (refundable) 100.00 1100.00 1 eng 4err- i-lreern-n4c m , h- nen 14;-4-,4 h rd;r 4 -4 .. .+} ........ ...., .,.may ..........J.vuua. 8. City Hall room rentals (per hour) Council Chambers hauO a. Residents & non-profit organizations 40.00 42.00 b. Non -Residents & for-profit organizations 50.00 52.00 Stwd�Leseiee Room 107/108 (per-he6L} a. Residents & non-profit organizations No Charge No Charge b. Non -Residents & for-profit organizations 30.00 32,00 Damage deposit for no charge and fee rentals (refundable) 200.00 1100,00 After-hours rentals (non-profits/City partners only): Room rates as listed above, plus actual security costs, plus facility attendant sem. Page 21 of 25 1383 (2018) 2018 Fee 2019 Fee Site r.haFg- fer ..fte h tall, --��er,,.--. _.._.�� ._. _..�...........e..,...., 2-88 n1a (3 hour minim, Im When site supeRnsGF-requ 4 red) 9. City Hall Outdoor Plaza (per hour) 4-& a. Residents & non-profit organizations 65.00 42.00 b. fon-Residents & for-profit organizations 82.00 52.00 c. Use of electricity 22.00 23.00 Damage deposit (refundable) n/a 2750.000 Damage deposit for reservations with alcohol (refundable) n/a 400,00 10. Facility or park cancellation(except sporisfields� 443, sh Iter re�c,or�,-+ti^^c OIIGiEG1T �..TVYI(ti0rr0 More than 30 days notice sf cansellatierr: 25% of fee 15 to 30 days notice 50% of fee 50% of ffea junless re -rented) Less than 15 44 days GOess notice sf-ca�t : No refund No refund (unless re -rented) 11. Damage/extra cleanup to any facility or park property n/a Actual repair and/or staff costs (regular or overtime 12. Staff support (per hour) a. Facility attendant 23.00 24.00 b. Parks staff n/a 85.00 13. Food concessions or booth sales 0- a. Ongoing concessions/vendors (Rate negotiable with Director.) 10% of Gross 10% of Gross Revenue Revenue b. Special event/tournament concessions/vendors on all City properties $29/day or (per day, per vendor or booth) 30.00 $54/weekend 14. Disc golf tournament Fee, peF-pawtisipa�Per entrant fee 5.00 6.00 Dise rer t ,I a et 19,a n/a G n/ea Damage deposit for baskets or course (refundable) n/a 200.00 15 0-4-re1.4s (per h^„r` Field rentals 44- a. Adult softball leagues (per game) 64.00 67.00 b. Adult teams on grass 41.00 43.00 c. Adult teams on synthetic turf 57.00 60.00 d. Youth teams on grass 21.00 22.00 e. Youth teams on synthetic turf 29.00 311.00 Page 22 of 25 1383 (2018) 2018 Fee 2010 Fee f. Tournament events Payment in full and tournament bracket or participant roster must be turned in at least four weeks prior to event. Hourly field rates are shown above. Adult teams 206.00 2514.00 Youth teams 103.00 Id"".rIT Tournament non-refundable deposit applied to total due n/a 50% due at signing 100% date 10 days prior to event Refundable damage deposit 200.00 200.00 g_ fon-prepped sports field Adult teams 34.00 36.00 Youth teams 17.00 110.00 Residents & non-profit organizations n/a 42.00 (for company picnics, events, etc.) n/a Leg®glatc��l 1b�9 Non-residents & for-profit organizations n/a 52.00 (for company picnics, events, etc.) designee Additional field preparation may be provided by the City at the request 24.00 25.00 of the user upon advance payment of estimated labor and materials n/a IVo charge costs as determined by the Director or designee. if cancelled within 9 deRt 1 Inn iRdiyid a Hca + rield- uses business dad of h. Refundable damage deposit for all non -field uses n/a 200.00 i_ Private and public school use of artifical turf fields n/a 40.00 (per hour - 1 hour minimum) Private and public school use of grass fields n/a Leg®glatc��l 1b�9 (per hour - 1 hour minimum) Director ®r designee 6 k. North Creek field lights (per hour) 24.00 25.00 I. Cancellation of fields/lights n/a IVo charge if cancelled within 9 business dad of reservation 75% of free (full refund if field is re -rented) m. Same-day cancellation of fields/lights n/a No Charge (weather/safety related) n. Equipment storage at sports fields (per season) n/a 250.00 16. Recreation programs 424 a. Instructor and class fees n/a Negotklatedl bIL ®Ores for Or diesic�tncs(� Page 23 of 25 1383 (2018) 2018 Fee 2019 Fee b. Refund policies: Full refund/credit granted if request is made at least five (5) business days prior to the start of class less a $10 administrative fee (Fee applies to each withdrawal.) 50% refund/credit granted if request is made less than five (5) business days prior to the start of class. (Fee applies to each withdrawal.) 100% refund if class cancelled by Parks & Recreation No refunds for classes costing less than $10. No refunds/credits issued on or after the first day of class Transfers must be requested five (5) business days prior to the start of class. a- ff elms flee is less than $4499; the sawsellati )n fee 4 the areeuet of a 0:89 n1a Per a4Gpted b, Youth S2 teen pfGgfams P—IrLc R �cfev. a-. SyR4wfiG4ug-(per-4� 73.00 n/a 52.09 n/a/a 9 49.00 n1a 9 719,99 n1a WMSCELLAVAEOUS FEES 1. Photocopies per page (per imprint) or actual cost if not printed by City 0.15 0.15 2. Blueprint copies Actual Cost Actual Cost 3. notary fee (includes first 2 signatures) 10.00 10.00 Each additional person 10.00 10.00 4. Certified copies (per certification) 10.00 10.00 Additional pages 0.15 0.16 5. Custom map requests: For custom requests requiring plotting, a fee of $c9 JL3 per hourwith a 15 minute minimum ($15.75); plus reimbursement for supplies as follows: 11" x 17" paper 4.00 5.00 36" minimum wide plot, per lineal foot 5.00 6.00 DVD -recordable 1.00 2,00 Page 24 of 25 1383 (2018) Section 2. Unless otherwise specifically stated, Resolution No. 1370 (2017) and prior fee resolutions are hereby superseded by this Resolution. Section 3. On January 1 of each year, the fees set forth in this resolution may increase (if allowed by law) by the rate of increase, if any, of the CPl-W Seattle -Tacoma -Bremerton June to June Index published by the Bureau of Labor Statistics in the year prior, or by the actual increase in the cost of providing the service. Fees will be rounded to the next highest whole dollar. Section 4. Washington State Sales Tax will be added to fees listed in this resolution where required by State law. Section 5. The City Manager or Finance Director shall have the right to waive a fee if significant economic development or financial benefit of equal or greater value to the City can be demonstrated. Section 6. The City Clerk is authorized to make necessary corrections to this resolution including, but not limited to, the correction of scrivener's/clerical errors, references, resolution numbering, section/subsection numbers and any references thereto. PASSED this 18th day of December, 2018. APPROI: ANDREW J. RHEAUME MAYOR ATTEST/AUTHENTICATED: `1=AURA HATHAWAY CITY CLERIC Filed with the City Clerk: December 11, 2018 Passed by the City Council: December 18, 2018 Resolution No. 1383 Page 25 of 25 1383 (2018)