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CC MIN 051314123 City Council Study Session /Regular Meeting Minutes Tuesday, May 13, 2014 6:00 PM Call to Order /Pledge of Allegiance Deputy Mayor Spivey called the meeting to order at 6:00 PM. 1. Roll Call Councilmembers Agnew, Evans, Lamb, Rheaume and Samberg present. Mayor Freed was absent and excused. 2. Meeting Agenda Approval Agenda Item 14 -78 (Study Session to Consider Proposed Rate Increase by the Puget Sound Clean Air Agency) was moved up in the agenda to come directly after Visitor Comments. Councilmember Samberg requested an additional 20 minutes (each) for Agenda Items 14 -74, 14 -76 and 14 -77. 3. Council Committee Reports Councilmember Rheaume reminded the Council that he would like direction regarding the PSCAA proposed increase. 4. Visitor Comment No visitor comments were received. IWA City Council Study Session /Regular Meeting Minutes May 13, 2014 Page 2 of 4 Study Session Item (moved from later in the agenda . d. AB #14 -78 - Study Session regarding Puget Sound Clear Air Agency Rate Increases RECOMMENDED ACTION: No action is requested this evening; however, Council is asked to receive the report and provide direction. City Manager Bob Stowe introduced Craig Kenworthy, Executive Director of Puget Sound Clean Air Agency (PSCAA). Mr. Kenworthy spoke regarding proposed rate increases and entertained Council questions. Council direction to Councilmember Rheaume (City representative on the Sound Cities Association): Bothell supports the increase and is prepared to accept the new rate as a one -time increment. S. Contracts /Agreements a. AB #14 -73 - Consider Approval of Necessary Northshore School District Easements for Horse Creek Improvements RECOMMENDED ACTION: Consider approval of Northshore School District easements for both the sanitary sewer and Horse Creek systems with total compensation in the amount of a potential future $76,500 storm water facility charge credit_. and authorize the City Manager to execute, in substantially the same form as presented, the necessary agreements and easements. Sr. Civil Engineer Ronnie Bennett presented this item showing a detailed vicinity map of the easement areas and entertained Council questions. MOTION: Councilmember Lamb moved approval of the Northshore School District easement for both the sanitary sewer and Horse Creek systems with total compensation in the amount of a potential future $76,500 storm water facility charge credit, and authorizing the City Manager to execute, in substantially the same form as presented, the necessary agreements and easements. Councilmember Agnew second. The motion carried 6 -0; Mayor Freed was absent and excused. 125 City Council Study Session /Regular Meeting Minutes May 13, 2014 Page 3 of 4 b. AB #14 -74 - Consider Approval of a Professional Services Agreement with PACE Engineers, Inc. for the Stormwater Comprehensive Plan Update RECOMMENDED ACTION: Authorize the City Manager to enter into a professional services agreement with PACE Engineers, Inc., in the amount of $125,000 and in substantially the same form as presented, to assist the City in preparing a new Storm and Surface Water Master Plan. Utility and Development Services Manager Don Fiene introduced Craig Stampher, Surface Water Supervising Engineer, who reviewed the proposed Professional Services Agreement with Pace Engineers and the desired outcomes of the new Storm and Surface Water Master Plan. MOTION: Councilmember Evans moved approval to authorize the City Manager to enter into a Professional Services Agreement with PACE Engineers, Inc., in the amount of $125,000 and in substantially the same form as presented, to assist the City in preparing a new Storm and Surface Water Master Plan. Councilmember Lamb second. The motion carried 6 -0; Mayor Freed was absent and excused. 6. Study Session a. AB #14 -75 - Study Session to Consider Adoption of an Ordinance Regarding a Utility Franchise Agreement with Astound Broadband, LLC RECOMMENDED ACTION: No action is requested this evening; however, this item is currently scheduled for Council action on the June 3, 2014 consent agenda. City Attorney Joe Beck explained the need for the Utility Franchise Agreement and stated per state law, utility franchise agreements must go before Council twice prior to passage. This time will come back to Council on June 3rd. Council consensus is to have this item come back for approval on the Consent Agenda. b. AB #14 -76 - Study Session to Consider a Planning Commission Recommendation Regarding Proposed Miscellaneous Downtown Code Amendments RECOMMENDED ACTION: Deliberate on the proposed code amendments and, based on the Planning Commission Findings, Conclusions, and Recommendation, direct staff to prepare proposed Council Findings, Conclusions and Action and a proposed Ordinance for Council consideration at a future meeting. im City Council Study Session /Regular Meeting Minutes May 13, 2014 Page 4 of 44 Senior Planner David Boyd presented and reviewed the proposed changes and elements of the amendments associated with each change. He entertained Council questions and asked for direction. Council consensus is to have this item come back as a Public Hearing at a future meeting. c. AB #14 -77 -Study Session Regarding the Solid Waste Rate Structure RECOMMENDED ACTION No action is requested this evening; however, this item is currently scheduled for Council action on May 20, 2014. Recycling and Public Projects Administrator Sabrina Combs reviewed council direction to date and the proposed rate structure with Recology Cleanscapes. She also reviewed additional curbside amenities associated with the new contract and entertained Council questions. This item will come back before the Council on May 20, 2014 for Council consideration. 7. Executive Session - Property Acquisition Matters /Potential /Pending Litigation/ Labor Relations - Possible Action ' here was no Yxecut.ve Session on the agenda. 8. Adjournment Councilmember Lamb updated the Council on a potential equity investors meeting held today at the Anderson School building regarding the McMenamins project. MOTION: Councilmember Evans moved to adjourn. Councilmember Agnew second. The motion carried 6 -0; Mayor Freed absent and excused. Deputy Mayor Spivey adjourned the meeting at 8:23 PM. Submitted for approval 6 /3/2014 F� s Ii Approved as presented: 6/3/14