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Meeting Name: CITY COUNCIL REGULAR Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 12/21/2015 7:00 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Council Chambers
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Minutes Minutes  
Meeting video:  
Attachments: December 21, 2015 Camas City Council Regular Agenda Packet.pdf
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MIN 15-127 1A.MinutesMinutesApproved the minutes of the December 7, 2015 Camas City Council Meeting and the Workshop minutes of December 7, 2015.approved  Action details Not available
AI 15-454 1B.Claim Checks ApprovalAction ItemApproved claim checks numbered 128104-128245 in the amount of $1,336,067.85.approved  Action details Not available
AI 15-445 1C.2015 Septic Tank Pumping Pay Est. No. 7Action ItemAuthorized Pay Estimate No. 7 to AAA Septic Service for Project WS-748 2015 STEP/STEF Tank Pumping in the amount of $3,380.11 for work through November 30, 2015. 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)approved  Action details Not available
AI 15-448 1D.Water Treatment Plant Pay Estimate 6Action ItemAuthorized Pay Estimate No. 6 to Rotschy, Inc., for Project WS-709C Slow Sand Water Treatment Plant in the amount of $385,770.84 for work through November 30, 2015. This project is funded by a Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (SRF) Loan through the Washington State Department of Health. (Submitted by James Carothers)approved  Action details Not available
AI 15-449 1E.Equipment Rental - GEM AgreementAction ItemAuthorized the Mayor to sign the five-year extension of the Pacific Northwest Interagency Cooperative Agreement for Grounds Equipment and Maintenance (GEM) services for 2016 through 2020. (Submitted by Steve Wall)approved  Action details Not available
AI 15-450 1F.Administration - Safety TrainingAction ItemAuthorized the Mayor to sign the Safety and Compliance Program Contract with Fire District 5 for 2016. (Submitted by Steve Wall)approved  Action details Not available
AI 15-452 1G.Sewer Tranmsission Main Change Order 2Action ItemAuthorized the Mayor to sign Change Order No. 2 for required additional work on Project WS-714 STEP Sewer Transmission Main Improvements to McDonald Excavating, Inc., in the amount of $45,759.23 and to add 17 working days. This project is funded by a Public Works Trust Fund (PWTF) loan. (Submitted by James Carothers)approved  Action details Not available
AI 15-451 1H.Sewer Transmission Main Pay Estimate 5Action ItemAuthorized Pay Estimate No. 5 to McDonald Excavating, Inc., for Project WS-714 STEP Sewer Transmission Main in the amount of $434,483.43 for work through November 30, 2015. This project is funded through a Public Works Trust Fund (PWTF) loan. (Submitted by James Carothers)approved  Action details Not available
AI 15-453 1I.Pacific Rim Blvd Lighting Design ContractAction ItemAuthorized the Mayor to sign the professional services agreement with Global Transportation Engineering for the design and construction services for Project S-610 NW Pacific Rim Boulevard Illumination in an amount not to exceed $35,665. Project design and construction are funded by the general obligation bond proceeds allocated for the Citywide Light Emitting Diode (LED) Street Lighting Upgrade. (Submitted by James Carothers)approved  Action details Not available
AI 15-455 1J.NW 38th Phase 2 Pay Estimate 16 FinalAction ItemAuthorized Pay Estimate No. 16 (Final) to Nutter Corporation for Project S-565 NW 38th Avenue Phase 2 Roadway Improvements in the amount of $6,600.55 and accept project as complete. (Submitted by James Carothers)approved  Action details Not available
AI 15-458 1K.Washougal River Trail Overlook Pay Estimate 2 FinalAction ItemAuthorized Pay Estimate No. 2 (Final) to Michael Green Construction, Inc., for Project P-893 Washougal River Greenway Trail Overlook Terrace in the amount of $7,386.42 for work through December 15, 2015, and accept project as complete. (Submitted by James Carothers)approvedPass Action details Not available
CI 16-007 1A. Ceremonial ItemStaff   Action details Video Video
Cou 15-117 1B. Informational ReportCouncil   Action details Video Video
Ann-001 1A. Informational ReportAnnouncements   Action details Not available
CI 15-018 1B.Oath of OfficeCeremonial ItemOath of Office Details: City Attorney Shawn MacPherson administered the Oath of Office for Mayor Scott Higgins, Council Members Tim Hazen in Position 1 of Ward 1, Bonnie Carter in Position 1 of Ward 2, Greg Anderson in Position 1 of Ward 3 and Don Chaney, Council Member at-large. The four-year terms will begin January 1, 2016, and end December 31, 2019. Presenter: City Attorney Shawn MacPherson   Action details Video Video
APP 15-003 1C.2016 Camas City Council AppointmentsAppointmentCamas City Council 2016 Committee AppointmentsadoptedPass Action details Video Video
APP 15-003 1C.2016 Camas City Council AppointmentsAppointmentCamas City Council 2016 Committee AppointmentsapprovedPass Action details Video Video
APP 15-004 1D.Boards, Commissions and Committees AppointmentsAppointmentAppointments to Boards, Commissions and CommitteesadoptedPass Action details Video Video
CI 15-021 1E.Cross Country Team ProclamationCeremonial ItemCamas High School Girls' Cross Country Team Proclamation   Action details Video Video
CI 15-020 1F.Santa Appreciation Day ProclamationCeremonial ItemSanta Appreciation Day Proclamation   Action details Video Video
ORD 15-029 1A.Ordinance No. 15-029 Amending the 2015 BudgetOrdinancePublic Hearing for Ordinance No. 15-029 Amending the 2015 Budget Details: Ordinance No. 15-029 amended the 2015 Budget with six budget packages. Five of the packages were supplemental budget items with the sixth as an administrative correction. The first package modified the cemetery budget for $5,000 in additional summer expenses. The second package was for $3,000 in increased pension costs. The third was for $20,000 in increased rental rates and repairs for the garbage trucks. The fourth was for $25,000 in equipment not included in the original budget's Equipment Rental Fund. The fifth was a correction in capital projects for debt service of ($68,568) and the sixth package was for $200,000 in possible storm event repairs in the Street Budget. Presenter: Cathy Huber Nickerson, Finance Directorread by title onlyPass Action details Video Video
ORD 15-029 1A.Ordinance No. 15-029 Amending the 2015 BudgetOrdinancePublic Hearing for Ordinance No. 15-029 Amending the 2015 Budget Details: Ordinance No. 15-029 amended the 2015 Budget with six budget packages. Five of the packages were supplemental budget items with the sixth as an administrative correction. The first package modified the cemetery budget for $5,000 in additional summer expenses. The second package was for $3,000 in increased pension costs. The third was for $20,000 in increased rental rates and repairs for the garbage trucks. The fourth was for $25,000 in equipment not included in the original budget's Equipment Rental Fund. The fifth was a correction in capital projects for debt service of ($68,568) and the sixth package was for $200,000 in possible storm event repairs in the Street Budget. Presenter: Cathy Huber Nickerson, Finance Directoradopted and published according to lawPass Action details Video Video
ORD 15-031 1B.Ordinance No. 15-031 Drinking Water SRF Loan for Slow Sand FilterOrdinancePublic Hearing for Ordinance No. 15-031 Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Loan for Slow Sand Filter Water Treatment Facility Details: In June, 2012, the City borrowed $7,920,792 from the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) for the Slow Sand Filter Water Treatment Facility and Water Supply Project. For the next phase of the project, the DWSRF has loaned the City $2.6 million with 50% subsidy (or a loan principal forgiveness of $1.3 million). The loan has a duration of 24 years with 1% interest rate. Attached is the loan ordinance authorizing the City to enter into the loan agreement. City Council had the opportunity to hear public testimony about the DWSRF loan. Presenter: Cathy Huber Nickerson, Finance Directorread by title onlyPass Action details Video Video
ORD 15-031 1B.Ordinance No. 15-031 Drinking Water SRF Loan for Slow Sand FilterOrdinancePublic Hearing for Ordinance No. 15-031 Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Loan for Slow Sand Filter Water Treatment Facility Details: In June, 2012, the City borrowed $7,920,792 from the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) for the Slow Sand Filter Water Treatment Facility and Water Supply Project. For the next phase of the project, the DWSRF has loaned the City $2.6 million with 50% subsidy (or a loan principal forgiveness of $1.3 million). The loan has a duration of 24 years with 1% interest rate. Attached is the loan ordinance authorizing the City to enter into the loan agreement. City Council had the opportunity to hear public testimony about the DWSRF loan. Presenter: Cathy Huber Nickerson, Finance DirectoradoptedPass Action details Video Video
AI 15-457 2C.Kate's Close DAAction ItemPublic Hearing for Kate's Close Subdivision Development Agreement Details: The Development Agreement transfers the developer's requirement to build frontage improvements on Brady Road to the City of Camas in return for deeding property to the City that is needed for the Brady Road stormwater facilities. Presenter: Peter Capell, City AdministratorapprovedPass Action details Video Video
ORD 15-030 1D.Grand Ridge Island Annexation Public HearingOrdinancePublic Hearing for Ordinance No. 15-030 Grand Ridge Island Annexation Details: The City Council conducted a public hearing regarding the annexation of unincorporated property located within the City's urban growth boundary known as the Grand Ridge Island Annexation. The annexation area is comprised of the Grand Ridge Subdivision and Vista Del Rio No. 2. Presenter: Robert Maul, Planning Managerread by title onlyPass Action details Video Video
ORD 15-030 1D.Grand Ridge Island Annexation Public HearingOrdinancePublic Hearing for Ordinance No. 15-030 Grand Ridge Island Annexation Details: The City Council conducted a public hearing regarding the annexation of unincorporated property located within the City's urban growth boundary known as the Grand Ridge Island Annexation. The annexation area is comprised of the Grand Ridge Subdivision and Vista Del Rio No. 2. Presenter: Robert Maul, Planning Manageradopted as amendedPass Action details Video Video
AI 15-456 1E.Green Mountain PRD Final Master Plan ApprovalAction ItemGreen Mountain Planned Residential Development (PRD) Final Master Plan Details: The applicant asked for Final Master Plan approval for the Green Mountain PRD. Presenter: Robert Maul, Planning ManagerapprovedPass Action details Video Video
RES 15-016 1F.Sewer - Green Mountain PRD Development AgreementResolutionResolution No. 15-016 Green Mountain Planned Residential Development (PRD) Sanitary Sewer Development Agreement Details: A resolution that adopted the Green Mountain PRD Sanitary Sewer Development Agreement. A public hearing regarding the proposed development agreement was held on November 2, 2015. Upon closing the public hearing, the City Council provided direction for the City Attorney to draft a resolution approving the proposed development agreement with the amendment of making the effective date of the agreement the date of the recording. The changes to the effective date language were made in the attached final development agreement. Presenter: Steve Wall, Public Works Directorread by title onlyPass Action details Video Video
RES 15-016 1F.Sewer - Green Mountain PRD Development AgreementResolutionResolution No. 15-016 Green Mountain Planned Residential Development (PRD) Sanitary Sewer Development Agreement Details: A resolution that adopted the Green Mountain PRD Sanitary Sewer Development Agreement. A public hearing regarding the proposed development agreement was held on November 2, 2015. Upon closing the public hearing, the City Council provided direction for the City Attorney to draft a resolution approving the proposed development agreement with the amendment of making the effective date of the agreement the date of the recording. The changes to the effective date language were made in the attached final development agreement. Presenter: Steve Wall, Public Works Directoradopted as amendedPass Action details Video Video
RES 15-021 1G.Information Technology Director and Non-Represented Salary ResolutionResolutionResolution No. 15-021 Revising the Information Systems Manager Position and Adopting the 2016 Salary Scales for Non-Represented Positions Details: This resolution revised the Information Systems Manager job description, title and salary scale effective January 1, 2016. The new title of the position is Information Technology Director and this resolution created the changes for that position. Additionally, this resolution set the salary scales for all non-represented positions for 2016. The changed scales reflect a 2.5% cost-of-living increase over 2015 scales with the exception of the Information Technology Director and the Parks and Recreation Manager positions. These pay scales have been adjusted as a result of a review of position comparables and the incumbents will receive an approximate 6% wage adjustment above the cost-of-living increase. Presenter: Jennifer Gorsuch, Administrative Services Directorread by title onlyPass Action details Video Video
RES 15-021 1G.Information Technology Director and Non-Represented Salary ResolutionResolutionResolution No. 15-021 Revising the Information Systems Manager Position and Adopting the 2016 Salary Scales for Non-Represented Positions Details: This resolution revised the Information Systems Manager job description, title and salary scale effective January 1, 2016. The new title of the position is Information Technology Director and this resolution created the changes for that position. Additionally, this resolution set the salary scales for all non-represented positions for 2016. The changed scales reflect a 2.5% cost-of-living increase over 2015 scales with the exception of the Information Technology Director and the Parks and Recreation Manager positions. These pay scales have been adjusted as a result of a review of position comparables and the incumbents will receive an approximate 6% wage adjustment above the cost-of-living increase. Presenter: Jennifer Gorsuch, Administrative Services DirectoradoptedPass Action details Video Video
ORD 15-026 1H.Ordinance No. 15-026 Camas School District CFPOrdinanceOrdinance No. 15-026 Regarding the Camas School District Capital Facilities Plan 2015-2021 Details: An ordinance that approved and adopted the Camas School District 2015-2021 Capital Facilities Plan. Presenter: Phil Bourquin, Community Development Directorread by title onlyPass Action details Video Video
ORD 15-026 1H.Ordinance No. 15-026 Camas School District CFPOrdinanceOrdinance No. 15-026 Regarding the Camas School District Capital Facilities Plan 2015-2021 Details: An ordinance that approved and adopted the Camas School District 2015-2021 Capital Facilities Plan. Presenter: Phil Bourquin, Community Development Directoradopted and published according to lawPass Action details Video Video
ORD 15-027 1I.Ordinance No. 15-027 Evergreen School District CFPOrdinanceOrdinance No. 15-027 Regarding the Evergreen School District Capital Facilities Plan 2015-2021 Details: An ordinance that approved and adopted the Evergreen School District 2015-2021 Capital Facilities Plan. Presenter: Phil Bourquin, Community Development Directorread by title onlyPass Action details Video Video
ORD 15-027 1I.Ordinance No. 15-027 Evergreen School District CFPOrdinanceOrdinance No. 15-027 Regarding the Evergreen School District Capital Facilities Plan 2015-2021 Details: An ordinance that approved and adopted the Evergreen School District 2015-2021 Capital Facilities Plan. Presenter: Phil Bourquin, Community Development Directoradopted and published according to lawPass Action details Video Video
ORD 15-028 1J.Ordinance No. 15-028 Washougal School District CFPOrdinanceOrdinance No. 15-028 Regarding the Washougal School District Capital Facilities Plan 2015-2021 Details: An ordinance that approved and adopted the Washougal School District 2015-2021 Capital Facilities Plan. Presenter: Phil Bourquin, Community Development Directorread by title onlyPass Action details Video Video
ORD 15-028 1J.Ordinance No. 15-028 Washougal School District CFPOrdinanceOrdinance No. 15-028 Regarding the Washougal School District Capital Facilities Plan 2015-2021 Details: An ordinance that approved and adopted the Washougal School District 2015-2021 Capital Facilities Plan. Presenter: Phil Bourquin, Community Development Directoradopted and published according to lawPass Action details Video Video