07/06/10 agenda
CITY COUNCIL AGENDA

TUESDAY, July 6, 2010
7:30 p.m.

ADDRESS:

REDMOND CITY HALL
Council Chamber
15670 NE 85 Street

Agenda for Printing

  MAYOR
  John Marchione

COUNCILMEMBERS
  Richard Cole, President
  Pat Vache, Vice President
  Kimberly Allen
  David Carson, excused
  Hank Margeson
  Hank Myers
  John Stilin
 
PRESENTATION: COMMUNITY SERVICE SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS
PROCLAMATION: RECOGNIZING JULY AS RECREATION AND PARKS MONTH; PRESENTATION OF PARKS AND RECREATION PERSON OF THE YEAR AWARD
I. ITEMS FROM THE AUDIENCE
II. CONSENT AGENDA      
  A. Consent Agenda    
Approved 6-0

1.  Approval of the Minutes: Regular Meeting of Tuesday, June 15, 2010 (Digital Recordings of  Regular Council Meetings are available for purchase by contacting the City Clerk's Office, and on-demand videos are available online)

Approved 6-0  

2.  Approval of Payroll/Direct Deposit and Claims Checks

 
Approved 6-0   3. AM No. 10-142: Approval of Contract with Building in an amount of $44,320 for Emergency Coordination Center SharePoint Site Design and Development   (Fire)
Approved 6-0   4. AM No. 10-143: Approval of Authorization of Application to the 2010 Washington Wildlife and Recreation Program for Grant Funding for Two Approved Parks Capital Projects   (Parks)
      a. Resolution No. 1332: A Resolution Authorizing Application(s) for Funding Assistance for Two Washington Wildlife and Recreation Program (WWRP) Project(s) to the Recreation and Conservation Office (RCO) as Provided in Chapter 791.15 RCW, Acquisition of Habitat and Conservation and Outdoor Recreation Lands     
Approved 6-0   5. AM No. 10-144: Approval of Supplemental Consultant Agreement with The Berger Partnership, PS in an amount of $66,000 for Design Services for the Renovation of Spiritbrook Park   (Parks)
Approved 6-0   6. AM No. 10-145: Approval of Consultant Agreement with Anchor QEA in an amount not to exceed $190,000 for Engineering Design and Construction Services, Spiritbrook Park Storm Drainage System, Project No. 101449   (Public Works)
Approved 6-0   7. AM No. 10-146: Approval of Consultant Agreement with HDR, Inc. in an amount of $220,000, and Approval of Funding from the Transportation CIP in an amount of $250,000, for the Overlake Access Ramp Project   (Public Works)
Approved 6-0   8. AM No. 10-147: Acceptance of Construction with Michels Corporation in an amount of $41,673.51 for Overlake Village Sewer at NE 24th Street, Project No. 101447   (Public Works)
Approved 6-0   9. AM No. 10-148: Award of Bid to Apply-A-Line, Inc. in an amount of $109,999 for the Downtown Redmond Crosswalk Upgrade, Project No. 101440   (Public Works)
  B. Items Removed From Consent Agenda    
III. HEARINGS AND REPORTS
  A.

Public Hearings

   
Approved 6-0   1. AM No. 10-149: United Parcel Services (UPS) Development Agreement   (Planning)
      a. Resolution No. 1333: A Resolution Approving a Development Agreement for United Parcel Services (UPS) Property Located South of Union Hill Road NE and East of 178th Place NE in the City of Redmond    
Approved 6-0   2. AM No. 10-150: Disposition of a Portion of a Jointly-Owned Public Utility Parcel, King County Tax Parcel 032505-9125   (Public Works)
      a. Resolution No. 1334: A Resolution Determining a Portion of a Public Utility Property is Surplus to the City's Needs, is Not Required for Continued Public Utility Service, and Such Land can be Sold    
  B. Reports    
    1. Staff Reports    
      a. AM No. 10-151: Overlake Village Stormwater and Park Facilities Implementation Plan, Project No. 101128   (Public Works)
2. Ombudsman Report (Allen)
    3. Committee Reports    
IV. UNFINISHED BUSINESS    
V. NEW BUSINESS    
VI. ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS

Approved 6-0 A. AM No. 10-152: Approval of 2010 Annual Redmond Comprehensive Plan Amendments Package   (Planning)
    1. Ordinance No. 2534: An Ordinance Setting the Framework and Conducting Concurrent Review of the Cumulative Effect of All Proposed Annual Amendments to Title 20B, Comprehensive Plan, and Titles 20C, 20D, and 20F of the Redmond Municipal Code - Redmond Community Development Guide, for the 2010 Annual Update to the Comprehensive Plan Including New and Amended Narrative, Policies, Tables and Maps    
VII. ADJOURNMENT    

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