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CC MIN 050614119 City Council Regular Meeting & Study Session Minutes Tuesday, May 6, 2014 6:00 PM Call to Order /Pledge of Allegiance Mayor Freed called the meeting to order at 6:00 PM. 1. Roll Call Councilmembers Agnew, Evans, Rheaume, Samberg and Deputy Mayor Spivey and Mayor Freed present. Councilmember Lamb was absent and excused. 2. Meeting Agenda Approval Councilmember Rheaume asked to add a Committee Report /Update. Mayor Freed stated they would hear that item prior to going into Executive Session. 3. Review Projected Agenda Deputy Mayor Spivey announced that he would be absent June 17 and July 1. Mayor Freed announced he would be absent May 13. 4. Special Presentations a. AB #14 -66 - Presentation of Certificates of Appreciation and Plaques to Outgoing Board & Commission Members Mayor Freed presented plaques and certificates to outgoing advisory board and commission members and thanked them for their service to the City of Bothell. 5. Visitors Comments Roger Cecil and Leigh Henderson - spoke in support of the upcoming proposed parks and public spaces levy. They submitted a letter of support to the Council. Sandy Guinn - s poke ' ' ' ' oF not the . . should g,0 forw-;4r.-d. She also submitted a letteF fi´┐Żem Williams 120 City Council Regular Meeting & Study Session. Minutes May 6, 2014 Page 2 of 4 encouraged City Council to have a fair process for Bothell residents. She submitted a petition requesting there should first be a vote by Bothell residents (registered voters) to determine if the RFA should go forward. If the majority of Bothell residents vote - yes, then place the RFA on the ballot for all the residents in the RFA Area. She also submitted a letter from Williams & Williams in reference to the RFA and in violations of the open public meetings act. Consent Agenda a. Approval of the April 22, 2014 Special Meeting Minutes RECOMMENDED ACTION: Approve the Council Special Meeting Minutes of April 22, 2014. b. AB #14 -67 - Consider Approval of Payroll and Benefit Transactions RECOMMENDED ACTION: Approve payroll and benefit direct deposit transactions #2000084229 through #2000084795, in the amount of $1,413,251.58; payroll and benefit checks #34367 through #34425, in the amount of $1,082,821.85; and payroll tax deposits in the amount of $534,530.66 for March 1 -31, 2014, payroll that were approved and paid by the City Auditor. c. AB #14 -68 - Consider Approval of the April 22, 2014 City Council Appointments to the Planning Commission RECOMMENDED ACTION: Approve the April 22, 2014 appointments of Mike Stall and Eric Clarke to the Plain in Co n1111ss1U11 I 1-U-111-terms expiring Miar h 3 31 ' 2018. d. AB #14 -69 - Consider Adoption of an Ordinance regarding a Utility Franchise Agreement with Time Warner Telecom of Washington, LLC RECOMMENDED ACTION: Adopt the proposed Ordinance granting a fiber optic cable franchise to Time Warner Telecom of Washington, LLC within the City of Bothell limits. e. AB #14 -70 - Consider Adoption of an Ordinance regarding a Utility Franchise Agreement with Level 3 Communications RECOMMENDED ACTION: Adopt the proposed Ordinance granting a fiber optic cable franchise to Level 3 Communications, within the City of Bothell limits. TWO 11V1V: l.UU11c111nel11UC1 t1g11CW I1IUVCU approval of the 1.U11Jerlt t1gC11Ud as presented. Councilmember Evans second. The motion carried 6 -0; Councilmember Lamb absent and excused Ila City Council Regular Meeting & Study Session Minutes May 6, 2014 Page 3 of 4 6. Added Item Discussion on Puget Sound Clean Air Agency proposed rate increase Councilmember Rheaume asked for feedback on the proposed rated increase by the Puget Sound Clean Air Agency. He stated that the Sound Cities Association would be discussing this item at their May 14, 2014 meeting and, as the Council representative on SCA, and he would like Bothell's feedback. City Manager Bob Stowe responded and Council agreed to put the matter on the agenda for May 13, 2014. 7. Contracts & Agreements a. AB #14 -71 - Consider Approval of a Professional Services Agreement with R2 Resource Consultants regarding Final Design Services for Sammamish River Side Channel Restoration Phase II RECOMMENDED ACTION: Authorize the City Manager to enter into a Professional Services Agreement with R2 Resource Consultants in the amount of $186,333 and in substantially the same form as presented, to prepare final engineering design plans for Sammamish River Side Channel Restoration, Final Design Phase II. Andy Loch, Surface Water Program Coordinator, presented this item and entertained Council questions. MOTION: Councilmember Evans moved approval to authorize the City Manager to enter into a Professional Services Agreement with R2 Resource Consultants in the amount of $186,333 and in substantially the same form as presented, to prepare final engineering design plans for Sammamish River Side Channel Restoration, Final Design Phase II. Councilmember Samberg second. The motion carried 6 -0; Councilmember Lamb absent and excused. 8. New Business None 9. Old Business None 10. Public Meetings, Public Hearings, Closed Record Reviews None 11. Study Session a. AB #14 -72 - Study Session to Consider Updates to the Cultural Exchange Policy, Resolution No. 958 122 City Council Regular Meeting & Study Session Minutes May 6, 2014 Page 4 of 4 RECOMMENDED ACTION: No action is required this evening. Staff will return to Council with proposed Resolution at a future meeting. City Manager Bob Stowe presented this item stating the proposed amendments to Resolution 958 would broaden the age range of student exchanges from school age children to include college and university students, and include changing the focus from only Koganei, Japan to allow for world -wide consideration. Council consensus is to have staff bring the draft amendments to Resolution No. 958 back to Council for adoption at a future meeting. 12. Executive Session - Property Acquisition,/Personnel Matters /Potential /Pending Litigation/ Labor Relations - Possible Action Council adjourned to Executive Session at 6:40 PM to discuss Pending Litigation, expected to last 15 minutes with no action. Mayor Freed announced that when Executive Session was over, the meeting would be adjourned. 13. Adjournment The meeting was adjourned at 6:57 PM. Submitted for Approval on 5/20%14 Laura K. Hathaway, City Clerk Approved as amended: 5/20/14