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Meeting Name: CITY COUNCIL WORKSHOP Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 3/16/2015 4:30 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Council Chambers
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Minutes Minutes  
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Attachments: March 16, 2015 City Council Workshop Meeting Agenda Packet.pdf
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CI 15-004 1A. Ceremonial ItemRecognition of 25-Year Anniversary for Engineering Division Employee Details: Jim Hodges, Project Manager, has reached his 25th anniversary with the City of Camas. His 25 years of service pin was presented to him. Presenter: James Carothers, Engineering Manager   Action details Video Video
AI 15-141 1A.SR-500 / NE Everett St. Parking ResolutionAction ItemSR-500 Proposed Safety Project Details: Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) has initiated a proposal to improve safety on SR-500 which includes adding a two way left turn lane and two bicycle lanes to Everett Street between NE 14th Avenue and NE 23rd Avenue. This proposed lane striping project requires the City to prohibit parking on NE Everett Street between NE 14th Avenue and NE 23rd Avenue. Staff provided a brief description of this proposal. A WSDOT representative was also available to address questions and comments. Presenter: James Carothers, Engineering Managerreferred  Action details Video Video
REP 15-157 2B.NW 6th & Norwood Roundabout DiscussionInformational ReportNW 6th Avenue and NW Norwood Street Intersection Improvements Details: At the February 17, 2015 Council work session, Camas staff provided a presentation regarding features and costs for a roundabout at NW 6th and Norwood. The attached memo provides additional information to Council for the consideration of the installation of a roundabout or a traffic signal at this location. Presenter: James Carothers, Engineering Manager   Action details Video Video
AI 15-139 1C.WS-748 STEP/STEF Tank Pumping Change Order No. 1Action ItemAuthorized the Mayor to sign Change Order No. 1 to AAA Septic Service LLC for Project WS-748 2015 STEP/STEF Tank Pumping for after-hour emergency STEP and STEF tank pumping services in the amount of $1,293.10 for work through February 28, 2016. This project provides for on-going pumping of STEP and STEF tanks throughout Camas and is funded by the Water/Sewer Fund. (Submitted by James Carothers)referred  Action details Video Video
AI 15-152 1D.NW 38th Ave. Ph. 1 Wetland MonitoringAction ItemAuthorized the Mayor to sign the professional services contract for Project SS-545E NW 38th Avenue Phase 1 Wetland Monitoring and Maintenance with Ecological Land Services for the first five years of a ten-year mandatory monitoring program in an amount not to exceed $80,740.00, plus tax. The estimated costs for years one and two are in the 2015 and 2016 budget. (Submitted by James Carothers)referred  Action details Video Video
ORD 15-005 2E.CMC Ch. 18.55.130 ProceduresOrdinanceOrdinance No. 15-005 Adopting a New Section 18.55.140 of the Camas Municipal Code, Relating to the Expiration of Complete Land Use Applications Details: City Council held a public hearing on April 6, 2015, to consider amendments to Camas Municipal Code (CMC) Chapter 18.55 Administration and Procedures to clarify when development applications, which are deemed technically complete, will expire. The amendments were approved and Council directed the City Attorney to prepare an ordinance for adoption. Presenter: Phil Bourquin, Community Development Directorreferred  Action details Video Video
AI 15-154 1F.HARL Phase 4 Final Plat (File #FP14-07)Action ItemFinal Plat for The Hills at Round Lake, Phase 4 (File FP 14-07) Details: The Hills at Round Lake is a 333-lot planned residential development, which received master plan approval on October 4, 2010. The applicant requested final plat approval for Phase 4 with 30 single-family lots. The master plan included 13 phases. Presenter: Sarah Fox, Senior Plannerreferred  Action details Video Video
Cdm 15-120 1G.Community Development Miscellaneous ItemsInformational ReportCommunity Development Miscellaneous and Updates Details: This is a placeholder for miscellaneous or emergent items. Presenter: Phil Bourquin, Community Development Director   Action details Video Video
ORD 15-011 1H. OrdinanceOrdinance No. 15-011 Amending Camas Municipal Code (CMC), Adopting Revisions Relating to the Transition of the Engineering Department from Community Development to Public Works Details: During the March 16, 2015 City Council Workshop, staff reviewed with Council proposed amendments to the CMC regarding the transition of the Engineering Department from Community Development to Public Works. Council agreed with the proposed amendments and directed the City Attorney to prepare an Ordinance for adoption. Presenter: Steve Wall, Public Works Directorreferred  Action details Video Video
Pwm 15-119 1I.Public Works Miscellaneous and UpdatesInformational ReportPublic Works Miscellaneous and Updates Details: This is a placeholder for miscellaneous or emergent items. Presenter: Steve Wall, Public Works Director   Action details Video Video
REP 15-125 1J. Informational ReportModify Equipment Rental Rate Setting Details: Currently the City code requires every time a rate is changed for the Equipment Rental Fund, City Council approve the new rate through a resolution. In the continuing effort to streamline the budget process, staff recommended that City Council consider including the rates as part of the City Fee Schedule. The City Fee Schedule is a component of the budget process and part of the annual consideration. Any changes to the Equipment Rental Rates would be pointed out and discussed. This consolidated fee process would eliminate a separate presentation and resolution adoption. Presenter: Cathy Huber Nickerson, Finance Directorreferred  Action details Video Video
REP 15-126 1K. Informational ReportService Agreement between the City of Camas and Treasure House Details: The intent of the Service Agreement is for the City of Camas to refer customers who could potentially benefit from low income assistance to the Treasure House. The Treasure House would screen the customer to determine if the customer fits within the 125% of poverty threshold and to determine the level of assistance. The City would fund the Low Income Utility Assistance Program as part of the City's budget process and remit the funds to the Treasure House quarterly. The Treasure House could in turn provide one-time assistance or budget billing. The Service Agreement also provides the ability for others to contribute to the program to potentially assist others in need. Presenter: Cathy Huber Nickerson, Finance Directorreferred  Action details Video Video
Cam 15-121 1L.Administration Miscellaneous ItemsInformational ReportCity Administrator Miscellaneous Updates and Scheduling Details: This is a placeholder for miscellaneous or scheduling items. Presenter: Peter Capell, City Administrator   Action details Video Video