11/05/2013 Agenda

Redmond City Council Regular Meeting Agenda

Council Chambers - 7:30 p.m.

Agenda for Printing

I. SPECIAL ORDERS OF THE DAY 

II. ITEMS FROM THE AUDIENCE 

III. CONSENT AGENDA (Approved as Presented, with Comments to the Minutes)
A. Consent Agenda
1. Approval of the Minutes: Regular Meeting of Tuesday, October 15, 2013
2. Approval of Payroll/Direct Deposit and Claims Checks
3. AM No. 13-179:  Strategic Real Estate Consultant Services Contract (PL) 
4. AM No. 13-180: Acceptance of 2013 Emergency Management Performance Grant in the Amount of $45,478.00 (PD)
5. AM No. 13-181: Approval of and Authorizing the Mayor to Execute a Coordinated Prevention Grant for Recycling Program with the Washington State Department of Ecology (PW)
6. AM No. 13-182: Approval of the Salary Ordinance Amending the 2013 Executive "E" Pay Plan to Accommodate the Results of a Compensation Study (HR)
a.  Ordinance No. 2710:  An Ordinance Amending the 2013 Executive "E" Pay Plan in Order to Modify Salaries for Executive Employees; Providing for Severability, and Establishing an Effective Date
7. AM No. 13-183: Approval of the Salary Ordinance Amending the 2013 Redmond City Hall Employees Association “R’ Pay Plan to Correct an Error on the “R” Pay Plan Adopted September 17, 2013 (HR)
a.  Ordinance No. 2711:  An Ordinance Amending the 2013 Pay Plan for Employees Covered by the Redmond City Hall Employees Association Representing Employees in Professional, Technical, and Administrative Positions
8. AM No. 13-184: Amending RMC 2.32.030, Standing Committees of the Council, to Establish Alternates for the Respective Committees (FN)
a.  Ordinance No. 2712:  An Ordinance Amending RMC 2.32.030, Standing Committees of the Council – Membership, to Provide for Alternate Member Participation When Needed to Establish a Quorum of a Committee
9. AM No. 13-185Confirming Lodging Tax Advisory Committee Member (EX/PL)

* Motion to Reorder the Agenda to take Item No. VII at this time (Approved 7-0)

1. Staff Reports (Presented)
 
a. 
AM No. 13-186King County Metro Transit Service Reduction Update (PL)

b.  AM No. 13-187Community Engagement Report and Next Steps (FN) 

2. Ombudsman Report (Stilin)

3. Committee Reports 

V. UNFINISHED BUSINESS 

VI. NEW BUSINESS

A.  AM No. 13-188:  Approval of the Final Plat Glenshire II, L050155 (Quasi-Judicial)  (PL)
1.  Ordinance No. 2713:  An Ordinance Approving the Final Plat of     Glenshire II Pursuant to RCW 58.17.170 and RZC 21.74.030, City File No. L050155, and Establishing an Effective Date  (Adopted 7-0)

VII. ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS 

A.  AM No. 13-189:
  Supporting the Lake Washington School District February 2014 Ballot Measures (EX)  (Adopted 5-2, with Councilmembers Myers and Carson in opposition)
1.  Resolution No. 1394:   Approval of Resolution Supporting the Lake Washington School District’s Proposition No. 1, Replacement of Existing Educational Programs and Operations Levy; Proposition No. 2, Replacement of Existing Capital Projects Levies; and Proposition No. 3, General Obligation Bonds:

Proposition No. 1

Lake Washington School District No. 414

Replacement of Existing Educational Programs and Operations Levy

 

The Board of Directors adopted Resolution No. 2162 concerning educational funding.  This proposition authorizes the District to levy the following excess taxes, to replace an expiring levy, on all taxable property within the District, to support the District’s educational programs and operations:

 

 

Collection

Years

Approximate

Levy Rate/$1,000

Assessed Value

Levy Amount

2015

$1.85

  $63,000,000

2016

$1.88

  $64,900,000

2017

$1.90

  $66,800,000

2018

$1.92

  $68,900,000

all as provided in the Resolution.  Should this proposition be approved?

Yes

No

 

 

Proposition No. 2

Lake Washington School District No. 414

Replacement of Existing Capital Projects Levies

 

The Board of Directors approved Resolution No. 2163 for educational facilities and technology levies.  This proposition authorizes the improvement and upgrade of District facilities; including educational technology, software and training; building and site improvements; and authorizes the following excess levies for such purposes on all taxable property within the District:

 

 

Collection

Years

Approximate

Levy Rate/$1,000

Assessed Value

Levy Amount

2015

$0.91

$31,200,000

2016

$0.91

$31,200,000

2017

$0.91

$31,200,000

2018

$0.91

$31,200,000

all as provided in the Resolution.  Should this proposition be approved?

Yes

No

 

 

 

Proposition No.3

Lake Washington School District No. 414

General Obligation Bonds - $755,000,000

 

The Board of Directors of Lake Washington School District No. 414 adopted Resolution No. 2164 concerning this proposition for bonds.  This proposition authorizes the construction and equipping of new schools (three elementary, one middle, two choice); the modernization/replacement of schools (Kirk, Mead,  Rockwell Elementary; Evergreen and Kamiakin Middle; and Juanita High); additions to schools (Lake Washington and Eastlake High); and other capital improvements, to issue $755,000,000 of general obligation bonds maturing within a maximum of 20 years, and to levy excess property taxes annually to repay the bonds, as provided in Resolution No. 2164.  Should this proposition be:

Approved?

Rejected?



VIII. EXECUTIVE SESSION 

IX. ADJOURNMENT

TUESDAY
November 5, 2013

Redmond City Hall
Council Chambers
15670 NE 85th Street


Ombudsman
:
John Stilin

Mayor:

John Marchione

Council Members
Pat Vache, President
Hank Margeson, Vice-President
Kimberly Allen
David Carson
Tom Flynn
Hank Myers
John Stilin
 

EX Executive
FN Finance
FD Fire Department
HR Human Resources
PK Parks and Recreation
PL Planning
PD Police Department
PW Public Works