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Meeting Name: CITY COUNCIL REGULAR Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 1/2/2018 7:00 PM Minutes status: Draft  
Meeting location: Council Chambers
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Minutes Minutes  
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Attachments: January 2, 2018 Camas City Council Regular Meeting Agenda Packet.pdf
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CI 18-002 1A.Oath of OfficeCeremonial ItemOath of Office Details: City Attorney Shawn MacPherson administered the Oath of Office for newly appointed Council Member Deanna Rusch, Position 1 of Ward 1. The term began January 1, 2018, and ends December 3, 2018. Presenter: Shawn MacPherson, City Attorney   Not available Not available
MIN 18-014 1A.Approval of Council Meeting MinutesMinutesApproved the December 18, 2017, Camas City Council Regular and Workshop meeting minutes.   Not available Not available
AI 18-004 1B.Approval of City Claim ChecksAction ItemApproved automated clearing house and claim checks numbered 135815 to 135917 in the amount of $413,413.64. Approved automated clearing house, direct deposit and payroll checks numbered 7533 to 7545 and payroll accounts payable checks numbered 135368 through 135382 in the amount of $1,853,331.87. Approved electronic payments for December 2017 in the amount of $2,390,889.92.   Not available Not available
AI 18-002 1C.Heritage Trailhead Parking Consultant Contract AmendmentAction ItemAuthorized the Mayor to sign Consultant Agreement Amendment No. 1 with Harper Houf Peterson Righellis Inc. (HHPR) for an additional $55,865 for unforeseen cultural resources work to complete the design, plans and specifications for the Heritage Trailhead Parking Expansion. The new contract total is not to exceed $181,405. This work is funded in the 2017 budget. (Submitted by James Carothers)   Not available Not available
CI 16-007 1A. Ceremonial ItemStaff   Not available Video Video
Cou 15-117 1B. Informational ReportCouncil   Not available Video Video
Ann-001 1A. Informational ReportAnnouncements   Not available Video Video
AI 18-003 1B.2018 Council Committee AssignmentsAction Item2018 Camas City Council Committee Appointments   Not available Video Video
REP 18-026 1A.Fisher Pre-Annexation DA ExtensionInformational ReportPublic Hearing for Resolution No. 18-001 Pre-Annexation Development Agreement (DA) Extension Details: Staff requested a 60-day extension of the January 7, 2008 Pre-Annexation DA approved through Resolution No. 1122 and amended by the March 16, 2010 Addendum to Pre-Annexation DA. The purpose of the extension is to utilize language from the DA for future economic development in the area. The current DA would otherwise expire on January 7, 2018. Presenter: Phil Bourquin, Community Development Director   Not available Video Video
REP 18-026 1A.Fisher Pre-Annexation DA ExtensionInformational ReportPublic Hearing for Resolution No. 18-001 Pre-Annexation Development Agreement (DA) Extension Details: Staff requested a 60-day extension of the January 7, 2008 Pre-Annexation DA approved through Resolution No. 1122 and amended by the March 16, 2010 Addendum to Pre-Annexation DA. The purpose of the extension is to utilize language from the DA for future economic development in the area. The current DA would otherwise expire on January 7, 2018. Presenter: Phil Bourquin, Community Development Director   Not available Video Video
ORD 18-001 1B.Barking Dog OrdinanceOrdinanceOrdinance No. 18-001 An Ordinance Addressing Animal Noise Details: The City of Camas has existing statutory language in Camas Municipal Code (CMC) 6.08.140 that addresses dogs that habitually bark, whine or howl to a degree that it is disruptive to neighbors or creates a public nuisance. That language was declared unconstitutional by the Washington State Supreme Court in Spokane v. Fischer, 110 Wn. 2nd 541 (1988). A modification to the old language of CMC 6.08.140 will establish new standards to correct the deficiency, which must be met before enforcement can occur. Presenter: Pete Capell, City Administrator   Not available Video Video
ORD 18-001 1B.Barking Dog OrdinanceOrdinanceOrdinance No. 18-001 An Ordinance Addressing Animal Noise Details: The City of Camas has existing statutory language in Camas Municipal Code (CMC) 6.08.140 that addresses dogs that habitually bark, whine or howl to a degree that it is disruptive to neighbors or creates a public nuisance. That language was declared unconstitutional by the Washington State Supreme Court in Spokane v. Fischer, 110 Wn. 2nd 541 (1988). A modification to the old language of CMC 6.08.140 will establish new standards to correct the deficiency, which must be met before enforcement can occur. Presenter: Pete Capell, City Administrator   Not available Video Video