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Meeting Name: CITY COUNCIL REGULAR Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 1/19/2016 7:00 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Council Chambers
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Minutes Minutes  
Meeting video:  
Attachments: January 19, 2016 Camas City Council Regular Meeting Agenda Packet.pdf
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MIN 16-006 1A.MinutesMinutesApproved the minutes of the January 4, 2016 Camas City Council Meeting and the Workshop minutes of January 4, 2016.   Action details Video Video
MIN 16-006 1A.MinutesMinutesApproved the minutes of the January 4, 2016 Camas City Council Meeting and the Workshop minutes of January 4, 2016.approved  Action details Not available
AI 16-017 1B.Claim Checks ApprovalAction ItemApproved claim checks numbered 128374-128538 in the amount of $1,607,900.77.approved  Action details Not available
AI 16-006 1C.Mark Marine Lease AgreementAction ItemAuthorized the Mayor to sign a lease agreement between the City of Camas and Mark Marine for a 5 year period. (Submitted by Sam Adams)approved  Action details Not available
AI 16-007 1D.EMS Write-OffsAction ItemAuthorized the write-off of the December 2015 Emergency Medical Services (EMS) billings in the amount of $62,091.76. 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 Pam O'Brien)approved  Action details Not available
AI 16-018 1E.Sewer Transmission Main Pay Estimate 6Action ItemAuthorized Pay Estimate No. 6 to McDonald Excavating, Inc., for Project WS-714 STEP Sewer Transmission Main in the amount of $215,193.08 for work through December 31, 2015. This project is funded through a Public Works Trust Fund (PWTF) Loan. (Submitted by James Carothers)approved  Action details Not available
AI 16-019 1F.Water Treatment Plant Pay Estimate 7Action ItemAuthorized Pay Estimate No. 7 to Rotschy, Inc., for Project WS-709C Slow Sand Water Treatment Plant in the amount of $236,431.95 for work through December 31, 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 16-022 1G. Action ItemAuthorized the Mayor to sign the Camas Sister Cities Organization Agreement. (Submitted by Pete Capell)approved  Action details Not available
AI 16-023 1H.2015 Septic Tank Pumping Pay Estimate No. 8Action ItemAuthorized Pay Estimate No. 8 to AAA Septic Service for Project WS-748 2015 STEP/STEF Tank Pumping in the amount of $10,354.64 for work through December 31, 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 the Consent AgendaPass 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 Video Video
CI 16-003 1B.Mayor's AwardCeremonial ItemMayor's Volunteer Spirit Award   Action details Not available
RES 16-002 1A. ResolutionResolution No. 16-002 Adopting Fire Impact Fees Details: Currently Camas Municipal Code waives Fire Impact Fees on homes and duplexes that are constructed with fire sprinklers. Today, over 90% of the new homes and duplexes in Camas have mandatory installation of residential fire sprinklers complying with National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Code 13D. The resolution would eliminate the waiver except for those homes and duplexes that are not required by NFPA Code 13D to install residential fire sprinklers but volunteer to do so. Homes and duplexes that are required to install fire sprinklers by NFPA Code 13D, will pay 80% of the fee, because state statute requires them to pay based on the percentage of total calls that are medical only, since fire sprinklers do reduce house fires. Approximately 80% of the City's calls are medical and 20% are fire related. Presenter: Jennifer Gorsuch, Administrative Services Directorread by title onlyPass Action details Not available
RES 16-002 1  ResolutionResolution No. 16-002 Adopting Fire Impact Fees Details: Currently Camas Municipal Code waives Fire Impact Fees on homes and duplexes that are constructed with fire sprinklers. Today, over 90% of the new homes and duplexes in Camas have mandatory installation of residential fire sprinklers complying with National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Code 13D. The resolution would eliminate the waiver except for those homes and duplexes that are not required by NFPA Code 13D to install residential fire sprinklers but volunteer to do so. Homes and duplexes that are required to install fire sprinklers by NFPA Code 13D, will pay 80% of the fee, because state statute requires them to pay based on the percentage of total calls that are medical only, since fire sprinklers do reduce house fires. Approximately 80% of the City's calls are medical and 20% are fire related. Presenter: Jennifer Gorsuch, Administrative Services DirectoradoptedPass Action details Not available
RES 16-003 1B.Storms Emergency Declaration Resolution 16-003ResolutionResolution No. 16-003 Declaring an Emergency for Damages Due to Storm Events from December 1, 2015, Through December 14, 2015 Details: Adoption of this resolution is a declaration of disaster based on uncommon storm events of rains and winds in December 2015. This declaration allows for abbreviated procedures for acquisition of consultant and contractor services as provided in the Revised Code of Washington (RCW) 36.40.180 and RCW 38.52.070(2). This emergency declaration is the first step in seeking federal financial assistance for related engineering, repairs and maintenance response expenses. Presenter: James Carothers, Engineering Managerread by title onlyPass Action details Video Video
RES 16-003 1 Storms Emergency Declaration Resolution 16-003ResolutionResolution No. 16-003 Declaring an Emergency for Damages Due to Storm Events from December 1, 2015, Through December 14, 2015 Details: Adoption of this resolution is a declaration of disaster based on uncommon storm events of rains and winds in December 2015. This declaration allows for abbreviated procedures for acquisition of consultant and contractor services as provided in the Revised Code of Washington (RCW) 36.40.180 and RCW 38.52.070(2). This emergency declaration is the first step in seeking federal financial assistance for related engineering, repairs and maintenance response expenses. Presenter: James Carothers, Engineering ManageradoptedPass Action details Video Video