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Meeting Name: CITY COUNCIL REGULAR Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 2/17/2015 7:00 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Council Chambers
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Minutes Minutes  
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Attachments: February 17, 2015 City Council Regular Meeting Agenda Packet
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MIN 15-008 1A. MinutesApproved the minutes of the January 26, 2015 Special Council Meeting, the minutes of the February 2, 2015 Camas City Council Meeting and the Workshop minutes of February 2, 2015.approvedPass Action details Not available
AI 15-090 1B. Action ItemApproved the claim checks numbered 124812 - 124986 in the amount of $1,419,993.26.approvedPass Action details Not available
AI 15-029 2C.S-565 PayEstimate No. 10 ConsentAction ItemAuthorized Pay Estimate No. 10 to Nutter Corporation for Project S-565 NW 38th Avenue Roadway Improvements, Phase 2 in the amount of $75,937.50 for work completed from March 1, 2015 through March 31, 2015. (Submitted by James Carothers)approvedPass Action details Not available
AI 15-080 2D. Action ItemAuthorized the Mayor to sign the Proposal by Gray & Osborne, Inc. in the amount of $9,750 for technical review assistance of the City’s Draft Wastewater Treatment Plant National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Permit as discussed with Council at the February 2, 2015 Workshop. This work was anticipated and included in the 2015 Budget. (Submitted by Steve Wall)approvedPass Action details Not available
AI 15-081 2E. Action ItemAuthorized the Mayor to sign the Proposal by AKS Engineering and Forestry Inc. in the amount of $85,500 to provide construction administration services and Jones Creek turbidity monitoring associated with Project WS709-E 2015 Jones Creek Timber Harvest. As discussed with Council at the February 2, 2015 Workshop, this project was not included in the 2015 Budget; however, the project is supported by the current rate structure and revenue generated by the timber harvest project. Staff will include the amount of the contract in the 2015 Spring Omnibus Budget reconciliation. (Submitted by Steve Wall)approvedPass Action details Not available
AI 15-069 2F.Friberg Project Pay Estimate No. 8Action ItemAuthorized Pay Estimate No. 8 to McDonald Excavating, Inc. for Project S-566 NW Friberg Street/NW Goodwin Road Improvements in the amount of $135,283.55 for work through February 28, 2015. (Submitted by James Carothers)approvedPass Action details Not available
AI 15-074 1G. Action ItemAuthorized the write-off of the January Emergency Services (EMS) billings in the amount of $74,511.53. This is the monthly uncollectable balance of Medicare and Medicaid accounts that are not collectable after receiving payments from Medicare, Medicaid and secondary insurance. (Submitted by Cathy Huber Nickerson)approvedPass Action details Not available
AI 15-077 1H. Action ItemAuthorized the release of retainage for Project SS-568 Vactor Waste Facility Upgrade in the amount of $9,654.93 to Nutter Corporation. All City and State project documentation has been received and verified. (Submitted by James Carothers)approvedPass Action details Not available
AI 15-079 1I. Action ItemApproved Pay Estimate No. 3 for Project S-589A 2014 Grind & Overlay in the amount of $2,090 payable to Granite Construction Company. (Submitted by Denis Ryan)approvedPass Action details Not available
AI 15-083 1J. Action ItemAuthorized the Mayor to sign the Commercial Industrial Custom Project Program Participation Agreement with Clark Public Utilities (CPU) for the City’s Wastewater Treatment Plant UV and Blower Control Upgrade Project. The Agreement will allow CPU to provide the City with the estimated $77,403 energy efficiency incentive for the project that was discussed with the City Council multiple times in 2014. The final incentive amount will be based on actual energy savings to be measured and verified after project completion. (Submitted by Steve Wall)approvedPass Action details Not available
Ann-001 1A. Informational ReportAnnouncements   Action details Video Video
AI 15-065 1A.Lake Hills Subdivision FP14-05Action ItemLake Hills Subdivision Final Plat (File no. FP14-05) Details: Lake Hills Subdivision (file no. SUB12-01) received preliminary plat approval April 6, 2013, to subdivide approximately 18.1 acres of residentially zoned land (R-10) into 53 single-family lots, with 11 lots along NW Lake Road, and 42 lots that will be accessed from Hood Street. The property includes 2.6 acres of open space, and will provide a local connector trail between NW Lake Road and Hood Street. Presenter: Sarah Fox, Senior PlannerapprovedPass Action details Video Video
RES 15-002 1B.Vision for Comprehensive Plan Update 2035ResolutionResolution No. 15-002 Adopting the Camas Vision Statement Details: Approve the Camas Vision Statement, which is the product of hundreds of community members who participated in Camas 2035 outreach activities. The purpose of this outreach was to create a vision that captured what citizens' value most about Camas today, while planning for what Camas will be in twenty years. The vision statement will act as the cornerstone of the periodic update to the comprehensive plan document, which must be finalized by June 2016. Presenter: Sarah Fox, Senior Plannerread by title onlyPass Action details Video Video
RES 15-002 1B.Vision for Comprehensive Plan Update 2035ResolutionResolution No. 15-002 Adopting the Camas Vision Statement Details: Approve the Camas Vision Statement, which is the product of hundreds of community members who participated in Camas 2035 outreach activities. The purpose of this outreach was to create a vision that captured what citizens' value most about Camas today, while planning for what Camas will be in twenty years. The vision statement will act as the cornerstone of the periodic update to the comprehensive plan document, which must be finalized by June 2016. Presenter: Sarah Fox, Senior PlanneradoptedPass Action details Not available
ORD 15-003 2C. OrdinanceOrdinance No.15-003 Ratifying and Approving Various Loans with the State of Washington Details: In updating all the City's debt files, it was discovered twelve loans were not approved by an ordinance with a public hearing preceding the motion. Rather these loans were approved through consent with the City Administrator's signature. It is the opinion of Bond Counsel for the City to correct the procedural approval of the loans with a motion of City Council to ratify the existing loans by an ordinance to be signed by the Mayor. Staff has developed a new process for all future loans and reviewed this new process during the February 2, 2015 Council Workshop. Presenter: Cathy Huber Nickerson, Finance Directorread by title onlyPass Action details Video Video
ORD 15-003 2  OrdinanceOrdinance No.15-003 Ratifying and Approving Various Loans with the State of Washington Details: In updating all the City's debt files, it was discovered twelve loans were not approved by an ordinance with a public hearing preceding the motion. Rather these loans were approved through consent with the City Administrator's signature. It is the opinion of Bond Counsel for the City to correct the procedural approval of the loans with a motion of City Council to ratify the existing loans by an ordinance to be signed by the Mayor. Staff has developed a new process for all future loans and reviewed this new process during the February 2, 2015 Council Workshop. Presenter: Cathy Huber Nickerson, Finance Directoradopted and published according to lawPass Action details Video Video
AI 15-087 1D. Action ItemRenewal of "Three Party Agreement" Details: Since approximately 1978 the cities of Camas and Washougal and East County Fire and Rescue (ECFR), have had a continuous interlocal agreement to provide for emergency medical services response and transport in East Clark County. This document has provided the legal framework for Washougal and ECFR to forward their EMS levy revenue to Camas and for Camas to provide ambulance response and transport in return. The most recent iteration of this agreement expired at the end of 2014. Now, as a "Two Party Agreement," staff is recommending Council approve a new agreement between the City of Camas and ECFR as prepared by counsel. This agreement will be for two years and will contain the same provisions between the parties as the previous version did. ECFR commissioners are also in favor of this new agreement and will be presenting it for approval at their second meeting in February. Presenter: Nick Swinhart, Fire ChiefapprovedPass Action details Video Video
ORD 15-004 1E. OrdinanceOrdinance No. 15-004 Amending Section 15.04.030(D)(2) of the Camas Municipal Code (CMC) Details: Currently the ordinance for the installation of fire alarm systems within the city limits of Camas is in conflict with Washington State Law. The purpose of the proposed revision is to modify the CMC to be aligned with Washington State Statutes. Presenter: Ron Schumacher, Division Chief / Fire Marshalread by title onlyPass Action details Video Video
ORD 15-004 1E. OrdinanceOrdinance No. 15-004 Amending Section 15.04.030(D)(2) of the Camas Municipal Code (CMC) Details: Currently the ordinance for the installation of fire alarm systems within the city limits of Camas is in conflict with Washington State Law. The purpose of the proposed revision is to modify the CMC to be aligned with Washington State Statutes. Presenter: Ron Schumacher, Division Chief / Fire Marshaladopted and published according to lawPass Action details Not available