04/01/2014 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 (Presentation Time is Limited to 4 Minutes Per Person)

III. CONSENT AGENDA  (Approved without objection 7-0)

A. Consent Agenda
1.  Approval of the Minutes: Regular Meeting of Tuesday, March 18, 2014 

2.  Approval of Payroll/Direct Deposit and Claims Checks

3.  AM No. 14-059: Authorize the Mayor to Sign a Parks Property Tax Levy Agreement with King County (PK)

4.  AM No. 14-060:
2013-2014 Budget Adjustment Ordinance (FN)
a. Ordinance No. 2736: An Ordinance Amending Ordinance No. 2676, As Amended By Ordinance Nos. 2686, 2714, 2725, And 2731 By Making Adjustments to the City’s Budget, In Exhibit 1

5.  AM No. 14-061: Boards and Commissions Reappointments (EX)

6.  AM No. 14-062: Approval of Consultant Agreement with Miller Hayashi Architects LLC, in the Amount of $151,008, for Design Services for the Public Safety Building Roof and Building Envelope Repairs, and Authorize the Mayor to Sign the Agreement, Project No. 70021101 (PW)

7.  AM No. 14-063: Authorize the Mayor to Execute an Interlocal Agreement for the 2014 Local Hazardous Materials Management Program Grant with the Seattle-King County Department of Public Health  (PW)

8. AM No. 14-064: Approval of Interlocal Agreement Between the City of Redmond and the South Correctional Entity (S.C.O.R.E.) for Inmate Housing (PD)

9.
AM No. 14-065: Authorize the Mayor to Sign a Grant Agreement with the Washington Recreation and Conservation Office (RCO) to Transfer Grant Terms for the Acquisition of Idylwood Park from King County to the City of Redmond (PK)

B. Items Removed From Consent Agenda

IV. HEARINGS AND REPORTS

A. Public Hearings 

B. Reports

1. Staff Reports
 

2. Ombudsperson Report (Flynn)

3. Committee Reports  

V. UNFINISHED BUSINESS 

VI. NEW BUSINESS  (Approved 5-2)

A.
AM No. 14-066: Supporting the Lake Washington School District’s Proposition No. 1 for the Issuance of General Obligation Bonds at the April 22, 2014, Special Election (EX)
1. Resolution No. 1405: A Resolution Supporting Lake Washington School District No. 414, Resolution No. 2178, Providing For the Form of a Ballot Proposition and Specifying Certain Other Details Concerning Submission of a Proposition to the Qualified Electors of the District at a Special Election to be Held Therein on April 22, 2014.

Lake Washington School District No. 414
Proposition No. 1
General Obligation Bonds - $404,000,000
 
The Board of Directors of Lake Washington School District No. 414 adopted Resolution No. 2178 concerning this proposition for bonds. This proposition authorizes the construction and equipping of new schools (three elementary, one middle, and one Science Technology Engineering and Math focused secondary school); the rebuilding of Juanita High School; an addition to Lake Washington High School; and other capital improvements; the issuance of $404,000,000 of general obligation bonds maturing within a maximum of 20 years, and the levy of excess property taxes annually to repay the bonds, as provided in Resolution No. 2178.

B. AM No. 14-067:
Supporting the King County Transportation District Proposition No. 1 Concerning Transportation (EX)
1. Resolution No. 1406: A Resolution Supporting King County Transportation District Proposition No. 1 Concerning Transportation.

King County Transportation District
Proposition No. 1
Sales and Use Tax and Vehicle Fee for Transportation Improvements

The Board of the King County Transportation District passed Resolution
No. TD2014-03 concerning funding for Metro transit, roads and other transportation improvements. If approved, this proposition would fund, among other things, bus service, road safety and maintenance and other transportation improvements in King County cities and the unincorporated area. It would authorize the district to impose, for a period of ten years, a sales and use tax of 0.1% under RCW 82.14.0455 and an annual vehicle fee of sixty dollars ($60) per registered vehicle under RCW 82.80.140 with a twenty dollar ($20) rebate for low-income individuals.

VII. ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS 

VIII.  EXECUTIVE SESSION

IX. ADJOURNMENT
  (9:15)

STUDY SESSION  
(Convene 9:23)
Immediately Following Regular Meeting, Council Chamber
  • Elected Officials - Roles and Responsibilities
  • Council Talk Time

TUESDAY
April 1, 2014

Redmond City Hall
Council Chambers
15670 NE 85th Street


Ombudsperson
:
Tom Flynn

Mayor:

John Marchione

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

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


*Members of the Public Have 4 Minutes Under the Items from the Audience Section of a Regular Business Meeting Agenda to Address the Mayor and Members of the Council on Any Item They Wish.