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Meeting Name: CITY COUNCIL WORKSHOP Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 2/5/2018 4:30 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Council Chambers
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Minutes Minutes  
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Attachments: February 5, 2018 Camas City Council Workshop Meeting Agenda - packet.pdf
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REP 18-068 1A.ECFR Functional ConsolidationInformational ReportEast County Fire and Rescue (ECFR) Functional Consolidation Details: This item allowed for further discussion about the proposed ECFR Functional Consolidation and to provide direction for the Fire Joint Policy Advisory Committee (JPAC) members and members of the Functional Consolidation Exploratory Committee before the next meeting is held for each group. Presenter: Nick Swinhart, Fire Chief   Action details Video Video
REP 18-051 1B.Sewer - Camas-Zayo Exchange AgreementInformational ReportExchange Agreement with Zayo Group, LLC Details: The Camas School District (CSD) asked that a conduit be installed on Leadbetter Road with the North Shore Sewer Transmission System project so the district's internet provider, Zayo Group, LLC (Zayo), could install fiber optics to the new Lacamas Lake Elementary School. City staff sought permission from Zayo to use a portion of the fiber optic line to interconnect the three North Shore sewer pump stations, allowing the pump stations to communicate via fiber. The pump station lines will not be connected to the school district's system, or the internet and will be strictly used for communication between the pump stations. Zayo has asked the City to sign an Exchange Agreement, which recognizes the mutual benefit of Zayo having access to the City's conduit and the City having access to a portion of Zayo's fiber optic line. The agreement includes two exhibits showing the dollar value Zayo is receiving from using the City's conduit and the dollar value the City is receiving for the use of Zayo's fiber, which are of equal value, so no amount   Action details Video Video
REP 18-066 1C.Mountain Glen Satellite Water System TransferInformational ReportIntergovernmental Agreement with Clark Public Utilities (CPU) Regarding Transfer of a Satellite Water System Details: Staff presented a draft Intergovernmental Agreement to Council at the January 16, 2018 Workshop Meeting regarding transfer of the Mountain Glen Satellite Water System from CPU to the City of Camas. Council had a variety of questions including what monthly water rate the Mountain Glen customers would potentially be subject to and if there was a requirement to memorialize the new rate, among other things. Staff has had additional discussions regarding the agreement and transfer with the City Attorney and responded to the questions raised during the January 16, 2018, meeting. Presenter: Steve Wall, Public Works Director   Action details Video Video
REP 18-069 1D.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 Video Video
REP 18-067 1E.Ordinance Charging Fees For Public RecordsInformational ReportDraft Ordinance Related to Public Records Fees Details: Legislative changes to Revised Code of Washington (RCW) 42.56, the Public Records Act, authorizes agencies to charge for providing copies of electronically produced public records. Agencies may either calculate actual costs to process requests or use the fees outlined in the law. Staff proposed to use the default fee schedule outlined by the state. Under the law, an ordinance is required to authorize the adoption of the state's rules, which allow for fees. The City Attorney drafted an ordinance for review. Presenter: Jennifer Gorsuch, Administrative Services Director   Action details Video Video
REP 18-073 1F.2018 Proposed Updated Fee ScheduleInformational Report2018 Proposed Fee Schedule Update Details: The 2018 Fee Schedule was prepared in early Fall 2017. Legislative changes and analysis of cost recovery require a few fees to be updated for 2018. The presentation included the fee updates, the reason for the changes and provided for discussion with staff. Presenter: Cathy Huber Nickerson, Finance Director   Action details Video Video
REP 18-070 1G.Addendum to the Interlocal with Camas School District for School Resource OfficerInformational ReportAddendum to the Interlocal Agreement with Camas School District (CSD) for the School Resource Officer (SRO) Details: The Washington State operating budget for 2017-2019 biennium included a provision making Law Enforcement Officers' and Fire Fighters' (LEOFF) Plan 2 employers responsible for funding both the employer and state retirement contributions owed on LEOFF Plan 2 basic salary earned for services rendered to a non-LEOFF employer, such as a school district. Through an interlocal agreement, CSD retains a police officer to act as the SRO at the middle and high schools. CSD pays the City a portion of the officer's salary. This addendum modifies the agreement to include the addition of the state retirement portion of the officer's salary to also be billed to CSD. The effective date of the addendum is January 1, 2018. Presenter: Cathy Huber Nickerson, Finance Director   Action details Video Video
REP 18-072 1H.City of Camas 2017 Financial Review for the 4th QuarterInformational ReportCity of Camas 2017 Financial Review for 4th Quarter Details: Staff provided a review of the City's financial position during the 4th Quarter of 2017, including a budget review, investment portfolio performance and debt portfolio balances. National and regional economic information were reviewed for context, as well as the anticipated outlook for 2018. Following the presentation, staff provided an overview of property tax rates analysis as part of the ongoing series to review a financial topic each quarter. Presenter: Cathy Huber Nickerson, Finance Director   Action details Video Video
Cdm 15-120 1I.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
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 Video Video