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Meeting Name: CITY COUNCIL WORKSHOP Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 12/4/2017 4:30 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Council Chambers
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Minutes Minutes  
Meeting video:  
Attachments: December 4, 2017 Camas City Council Workshop Meeting Agenda packet.pdf
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REP 17-465 1A.NW Natural Low CarbonInformational ReportNW Natural Low-Carbon Pathway Presentation Details: Nina Carlson provided a presentation regarding NW Natural's efforts to reduce the impact of carbon based energy. Presenter: Nina Carlson, NW Natural - Government and Community Affairs Consultant   Action details Video Video
REP 17-449 1B.DCA UpdateInformational ReportDowntown Camas Association (DCA) Update Details: Caroline Mercury and Carrie Schulstad from the DCA provided an update to Council and shared results from the survey conducted during Camas Days. Presenter: Carrie Schulstad, Executive Director and Caroline Mercury, Board President   Action details Video Video
REP 17-457 1C.Fire department discussion of consultant studyInformational ReportDiscussion of Consultant's Review of the Camas-Washougal Fire Department (CWFD) Details: In early 2017, Council authorized Emergency Services Consulting International (ESCI) to conduct the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Delivery System Assessment of the CWFD. The findings and recommendations of the study were presented to the Camas and Washougal City Councils several months ago. This presentation included the recommendations that came out of the study, with subsequent discussion about how the CWFD is approaching each recommendation. Presenter: Nick Swinhart, Fire Chief   Action details Video Video
REP 17-460 1D.CWFD ECFR Functional ConsolidationInformational ReportCamas Washougal Fire Department (CWFD) and East County Fire and Rescue Functional (ECFR) Consolidation Financial Review Details: One of the recommendations from the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Delivery System Assessment was to consider a functional consolidation with ECFR. Presenter: Paul Lewis, Financial Consultant, Nick Swinhart, Fire Chief and Pete Capell, City Administrator   Action details Video Video
REP 17-415 1E.Status of Urban Tree ProgramInformational ReportStatus of the Urban Tree Program Details: The City was awarded a grant from the State of Washington Department of Natural Resources (DNR) to develop an Urban Tree Program. The grant period runs until May 31, 2018, and includes a 50 percent cost share with the City. An initial work plan to develop the Urban Tree Program included: current zoning diagnosis; review of the comprehensive plan to ensure the new codes will be consistent; drafting a tree ordinance, including graphics; updating the Design Standards Manual (street tree species); and creating outreach materials that will increase the public’s knowledge of tree care and the new ordinance. In support of this project, the City recruited a diverse group of citizens to participate on an ad hoc committee and contracted with Davey Resource Group. Also, Davey Resource Group and City staff interviewed key urban forest stakeholders to develop a community survey to better understand public awareness and opinions about trees in Camas. Over 250 community members provided feedback through an online survey that was available March 30, throu   Action details Video Video
Cdm 15-120 1F.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 Not available
REP 17-450 1G.Streets - Federal Functionally Classified RoadwaysInformational ReportFederal Functionally Classified Roadways Update Details: Staff from the Regional Transportation Council (RTC) has requested from the Clark County local agencies any and all proposed revisions to the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) classification of streets. The intent of this request was to compile a regionwide cleanup list that RTC staff will present to the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT). WSDOT will then forward these requests to the FHWA for inclusion in the Federal Functional Classification System. Staff provided a brief explanation of the Federal Functional Classification System and the recommended revisions shown on the attached map and list. Presenter: James Carothers, Engineering Manager   Action details Video Video
Pwm 15-119 1H.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 Not available
REP 17-456 1I.2018 Legislative AgendaInformational Report2018 Legislative Agenda Details: Staff will present the draft 2018 Legislative Agenda for Council's review and direction. Presenter: Pete Capell, City Administrator   Action details Not available
Cam 15-121 1J.Administration Miscellaneous ItemsInformational ReportCity Administrator Miscellaneous Updates and Scheduling Details: This is a placeholder for miscellaneous or scheduling items. Presenter: Pete Capell, City Administrator   Action details Not available