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CC MIN 020414City Council Regular Meeting Minutes Tuesday, February 4, 2014 6:00 PM Bothell Municipal Court 10116 NE 183rd Street, Bothell, WA Call to Order /Pledge of Allegiance 1. Roll Call Mayor Freed called the meeting to order at 6:00 PM. Deputy Mayor Spivey and Councilmembers Evans, Lamb, Rheaume and Samberg present. Councilmember Agnew was absent and excused 2. Meeting Agenda Approval Councilmember Samberg pulled Consent Agenda Item AB 14 -16 for clarification. Councilmember Samberg also asked to add a discussion item to the end of the agenda regarding the Sound Cities Association support for a proposal that would raise the car tab fees. 3. Review Projected Agenda There were no changes to the Projected Agenda. Special Action: Mayor Freed announced that the February 18, 2014 City Council Meeting will be canceled. 4. Special Presentations Mayor Freed read the Proclamation, which declared February 9 -15, 2014 as University of Washington Bothell Undergraduate Week into the record and presented it to representatives of UW Bothell. Several students were introduced to speak about their research. 5. Visitors Jeanie Robinson, President, Friends of the North Creek Forest - asked for a letter of support for their upcoming fundraising efforts. Citv Council Minutes February 4, 2014 Page 2 of 5 Sandy Guinn - spoke regarding RFA meeting notification. 6. Consent Agenda a. AB #14 -15- Consider Approval of Payroll and Benefit Transactions - December 1- 31, 2013 b. AB #14 -16 - Consider Approval of Supplemental Agreement No. 2 to the Professional Services Agreement with Blueline Group, Inc. for Construction Inspection Services for Multiway Boulevard West Side. - Pulled for clarification c. AB# 14 -17 - Consider Approval of an Interlocal Agreement with the City of Lake Forest Park for Dispatching Services MOTION: Councilmember Lamb moved approval of Consent Agenda Items a & c. Deputy Mayor Spivey 2nd. The motion carried 6 -0 -1; Councilmember Agnew absent and excused. Consent Agenda Item b - AB #14 -16 - Consider Approval of Supplemental Agreement No. 2 to the Professional Services Agreement with Blueline Group, Inc. for Construction Inspection Services for Multiway Boulevard West Side. Staff responded to clarifying questions. MOTION: Councilmember Samberg moved approval as presented. Councilmember Rheaume second. The motion carried 6 -0 -1; Councilmember Agnew absent and excused. 7. Contracts & Agreements None 8. New Business None 9. Old Business None 10. Public Meetings, Public Hearings, Closed Record Reviews a. AB #14 -18 - Public Hearing: Discussion of the 2014 Docket of Plan and Code Amendments, including Initiation of the 2014 -2015 Periodic Plan and Code Update RECOMMENDED ACTION: Initiate consideration of items from the matrix, as deemed warranted by the Council, specifying for each a process and, if desired, a priority City Council Minutes February 4, 2014 Page 3 of 5 Mayor Freed opened the public hearing at 6:29 PM. Planning Manager Gary Hasseler presented and reviewed the six requests and stated staff is looking for direction to initiate, not initiate, or study each item further. He also stated that 2 requests have been submitted, as Exhibits 1 & 2. Exhibit 1 is from Jennifer Rowse - a letter and a petition regarding espresso stands and Exhibit 2 is a request from Councilmember Samberg regarding off leash dogs. Public Comment: 1. Tom Berry - spoke in support of Docket No. 2 and asked that it be completed as a high priority 2. Terry Clem - spoke in support of Docket No. 2 3. David Bain - asked Council to consider a transfer of density program 4. David Vliet - spoke to Docket Item No. 5 - Shoreline Board Mr. Hasseler stated that a number of docketed items will be addressed in the 1St half of this year. After discussion Council consensus was to discuss each item individually and reach consensus before making a formal motion. No. 1 - Periodic Plan and Code amendments mandated by the Growth Management Act (GMA) (known as the 2015 Periodic Plan and Code Update) Consensus to move forward with the staff recommendation to formally initiate the 2015 Periodic Plan and Code Update and assign the project to the Planning Commission (with joint meetings as warranted with the Landmark Preservation Board, Parks and Recreation Board and /or Shoreline s Board) for deliberation and recommendation back to Council. Initiation by the Council formally advises the public that the update has begun and announces the scope of work for the project. No. 2 - Plan and Code amendments to address property owner concerns regarding the development potential of property within the Fitzgerald /35 SE subarea. Consensus to initiate and retain with the City Council as a priority for action in 2014. No. 3 - Staff request to study potential Plan and Code Amendments regarding the number of unrelated persons that may live in a single family dwelling. Consensus to move forward with the staff recommendation to direct the Planning Commission to study the issue, determine whether any amendments are warranted to the current regulations, and report back to Council in conjunction with the 2015 Periodic Plan and Code Update. This issue would be considered as part of the updates of either the Housing Element or the Land Use Element or both. Citv Council Minutes February 4, 2014 Page 4 of 5 No. 4 - Code Amendments to exempt portable classroom buildings from traffic mitigation fees. Consensus not to support or initiate. No. 5 - Code Amendments to consider transferring the Shorelines Board's responsibilities to the Planning Commission Consensus to initiate a code amendment to investigate transferring Shoreline Board duties to the Planning Commission. No. 6 - Code amendments to revise the current regulations pertaining to pre - schools. Consensus to move forward with the staff recommendation to bring this item back as part of the 2015 docket of plan and code amendments for consideration at that time. Council next discussed the two docket requests turned in by a citizen and by Councilmember Samberg. Exhibit 1 - Citizen request from Jennifer Rowse to initiate consideration of a request to rezone as Adult Entertainment - A letter of request as well as a petition were entered as Exhibit 1. Consensus to initiate as a code amendment to the 2n14 locket- retain by Council and revisit Bothell Municipal Code (BMC) language regarding adult entertainment for modifications. Added Item; Mayor Freed asked Council if they would agree to add a Letter of Support for fundraising efforts for Friends of North Creek Forest via a Resolution at an upcoming meeting. Council consensus was unanimous in support of this item. Mayor Freed recessed the meeting at 8:04 PM. Council reconvened at 8:20 PM Exhibit 2 - Code Amendment Request submitted by Councilmember Samberg to Review BMC regarding the requirement that domestic animals be kept on a leash at all times within the City. Consider a "dog -owner code of conduct" that allows for safe coexistence between human and well- behaved canine park users. Consider a pilot project at one park in the city before city -wide action. Forward to the Parks and Recreation Board for consideration and recommendation. Council consensus to consider an off -leash dog park but not to docket the item. City Council Minutes February 4, 2014 Page 5 of 5 Exhibit 3 - Mayor Freed read a letter into the record from Brian and Roxanne Pearson which was given to the City Clerk during the recess and entered into the record as Exhibit 3. The letter pertains to Docket No. 2 - Plan and Code Amendments to address property owner concerns regarding the development of potential of property within the Fitzgerald /35th SE Subarea. MOTION: Lamb moved to close the public hearing. Councilmember Rheaume second. The motion to close the public hearing carried 6 -0 -1; Councilmember Agnew absent and excused. Mayor Freed closed the public hearing at 8:22 PM. MOTION: Councilmember Lamb moved of all docket items as discussed. Councilmember Evans second. The motion carried 6 -0 -1; Councilmember Agnew absent and excused. Added Item: Sound Cities Association recommendation to support a $60.00 car tab fee which will support KC Metro Transportation services. Discussion ensued. Council consensus to have Councilmember Rheaume (Bothell's representative on Sound Cities) relay the message that this proposal is not a good idea for the City of Bothell. 11. Adjournment MOTION: Councilmember Lamb moved to adjourn the meeting. Council member Evans second. The motion carried 6 -0 -1; Councilmember Agnew absent and excused. Mayor Freed adjourned the meeting at 8:33 PM. Submitted for Approval 3/4/14 (q <fs 1 'J Laura Hathaway, City Clerk Approved as Submitted 3/4/14