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Meeting Name: CITY COUNCIL REGULAR Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 6/6/2016 7:00 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Council Chambers
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Minutes Minutes  
Meeting video:  
Attachments: June 6, 2016 Camas City Council Regular Meeting Agenda Packet.pdf
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MIN 16-054 1A.Approval of MinutesMinutesApproved the minutes of the May 16, 2016 Camas City Council Meeting and the Workshop minutes of May 16, 2016.approved  Action details Not available
AI 16-179 1B.Claim Check ApprovalAction ItemApproved claim checks numbered 129676-129833 in the amount of $817,463.15.approved  Action details Not available
AI 16-156 1C.Sewer - North Shore STS Final Design ContractAction ItemAuthorized the Mayor to sign a professional services contract with Otak, Inc. for the North Shore Sewer Transmission System Final Design in the amount of $1,472,782. (Submitted by Sam Adams)approved  Action details Not available
AI 16-158 1D.Sewer - North Shore Utilities Interlocal AgreementAction ItemAuthorized the Mayor to sign an Interlocal Agreement with Camas School District providing for the City to administer the design and construction of the District's waterline project in conjunction with the North Shore Sewer Transmission System. The District will pay their proportionate share of design, construction management and construction costs as shown in Exhibit "A" attached to the Interlocal Agreement. (Submitted by Sam Adams)approved  Action details Not available
AI 16-178 1E.Municipal Court Secondary Defender ContractAction ItemAuthorized the Mayor to sign a Municipal Court Professional Services Contract with Hazen, Hess & Ott, Attorneys at Law, to provide secondary indigent defense services. (Submitted by Pete Capell)approved  Action details Not available
AI 16-169 1F.Tree Ordinance - DNR GrantAction ItemAuthorized the Mayor to sign an Interagency Agreement with the Washington State Department of Natural Resources and the City of Camas for a grant in the amount of $15,000; in order to adopt a comprehensive tree ordinance by June 2017. (Submitted by Sarah Fox)   Action details Not available
AI 16-172 1G.2016 Pavement PreservationAction ItemAwarded the 2016 Joint Agency Slurry Project to Blackline, Inc. in the amount of $133,420. This contract provides for the placement on Type II Slurry as a preservation method on City streets. (Submitted by Denis Ryan)approved  Action details Not available
AI 16-173 1H.2016 Pavement PreservationAction ItemRejected all bids for the 2016 Hot Mix Asphalt Citywide Grind, Overlay & Repairs Project. Bids exceeded available funds allocated to the grind and overlay portion of the City's 2016 Pavement Preservation Budget. (Submitted by Denis Ryan)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
AI 16-177 1A.544 Zone Water Main & Treatment/Water Transmission Main ProjectAction ItemConsideration of Bids Received for the 544' Zone Water Main and Treatment/Water Transmission Main Project, Phase 2. Details: Bids were opened on May 31, 2016, for this water transmission main project that spans from NE 292nd Avenue and Stauffer Road to NE 312th Avenue and Ireland Road. Two bids were received. The low bidder, McDonald Excavating, Inc. did not submit two documents on the bid submittal list. McDonald's bid is $1,523,360.50. Tapani, Inc. was the other bidder at $1,723,200 and submitted all documents on the bid submittal list. McDonald failed to submit the list of all subcontractors, including certain information and the "Certification of Non-Segregated Facilities form. Staff believes these omissions constitute a minor irregularity. This project is part of a group of projects funded by a Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (SRF) Loan through the Washington State Department of Health (WSDOH). Presenter: James Carothers, Engineering ManageradoptedPass Action details Video Video
AI 16-167 1B.Public Hearing Six-Year Transportation Plan 2017 through 2022Action ItemPublic Hearing Considering the Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program for Years 2017 Through 2022 Details: The Six-Year Transportation Program is to be updated by municipal agencies annually per Revised Code of Washington (RCW) 35.77.010. Projects from the Capital Facilities Plan, Transportation Impact Fee Study Update and the North Dwyer Creek Master Plan are included in this plan as well as safety and maintenance and preservation items. Projects are dropped from the list annually once the construction phase has started and is fully funded. Staff has revised the attached list and map to reflect comments made by Council at the May 16, 2016 Council Workshop and via email. The SR-500 Lake Road Corridor Feasibility Study has been moved up the priority list to precede the Lake Road and Everett Roundabout Project. A bicycle and pedestrian improvements project has been added as Priority 28 for Brady Road from McIntosh Road to the west city limits. The attached appendices identify the coding on the list. There has been no public testimony received to date. Notice of this public heariadoptedPass Action details Video Video
AI 16-168 1C.Tidland Parkway/Rolling Hills Drive Vacation HearingAction ItemPublic Hearing Considering the Vacation of NW Tidland Parkway, also known as NW Rolling Hills Drive Details: This hearing is to provide the public a time to comment on the consideration of the vacation of right-of-way located within the Belz Place Subdivision located south and east of the intersection of NW 23rd Avenue and NW Sierra Street. This vacation request coincides with Section 3 of the Development Agreement between the City and Pahlisch Homes at Belz Place, LLC, which was approved by Council by way of adoption of Resolution 16-007 on May 2, 2016. The applicant desires to have the City vacate the existing right-of-way in its entirety. The applicant would then simultaneously dedicate back to the City a realigned right-of-way that would contain approximately 0.69 acre less than the proposed vacation area. Development Agreement Section 3.1, Section 3.2 and Section 4, in part, could be considered as compensation for the net loss in right-of-way area. Attached are a staff report, which includes a depiction of the existing right-of-way, which is shown as shaded, and the Belz Place   Action details Video Video
ORD 16-009 1D.Ordinance No. 16-009 Vacating Tidland ParkwayOrdinanceOrdinance No. 16-009 Vacating NW Tidland Parkway, also known as NW Rolling Hills Drive Details: This Ordinance vacates the NW Tidland Parkway right-of-way that was deeded to the City under Clark County Auditor's File No. 3278493. This right-of-way is now located in the preliminarily approved Belz Place Subdivision. The vacation request applicant, Pahlisch Homes at Belz Place, LLC, will be required to dedicate the new right-of-way alignment prior to receiving final acceptance of construction improvements of Belz Place Phase 1. Presenter: James Carothers, Engineering Managerread by title onlyPass Action details Video Video
ORD 16-009 1D.Ordinance No. 16-009 Vacating Tidland ParkwayOrdinanceOrdinance No. 16-009 Vacating NW Tidland Parkway, also known as NW Rolling Hills Drive Details: This Ordinance vacates the NW Tidland Parkway right-of-way that was deeded to the City under Clark County Auditor's File No. 3278493. This right-of-way is now located in the preliminarily approved Belz Place Subdivision. The vacation request applicant, Pahlisch Homes at Belz Place, LLC, will be required to dedicate the new right-of-way alignment prior to receiving final acceptance of construction improvements of Belz Place Phase 1. Presenter: James Carothers, Engineering Manageradopted and published according to lawPass Action details Video Video
AI 16-170 1E.Airport Overlay Zoning (File #MC16-03)Action ItemPublic Hearing to Consider Amendments to Camas Municipal Code (CMC) and Camas Zoning Map to Add Airport Overlay Zoning Details: Proposed CMC, Chapter 18.34 Airport Overlay Zoning includes development regulations to restrict certain land uses, limit building height, and provide notice of aircraft noise, in order to minimize potential land use conflicts with the airport. The Airport Overlay, as proposed on the draft Camas Zoning Map, would generally be over lands that are north and east of Lacamas Lake. Planning Commission forwarded a recommendation of approval at a public hearing on April 19, 2016. Presenter: Sarah Fox, Senior PlanneradoptedPass Action details Video Video
AI 16-176 1F.Camas 2035 Plan and Maps to City CouncilAction ItemPublic Hearing for the Camas 2035 Comprehensive Plan and Maps Details: Camas 2035 is a citywide process to update the City's comprehensive plan and associated maps. The comprehensive plan is a long-range plan that guides Camas' future growth and development. The City's comprehensive plan map, and other land use maps will also be amended (included in the document). Interested citizens may find information about the Camas 2035 project history, outreach details, current (dynamic version) of the draft document, and draft maps online at www.Camas2035.com. Presenters: Sarah Fox, Senior Planner and Phil Bourquin, Community Development DirectoradoptedPass Action details Video Video
REP 16-259 1A.Executive SessionInformational ReportPotential Litigation   Action details Not available