02/15/2011 agenda
Introduction of Larry Williams, President & CEO, Redmond Economic Development Alliance
COUNCIL CONFERENCE ROOM           7 p.m.

CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING AGENDA

TUESDAY, February 15, 2011
7:30 p.m.

ADDRESS:

REDMOND CITY HALL
Council Chambers
15670 NE 85th Street

Agenda for Printing

  MAYOR
  John Marchione

COUNCILMEMBERS
  Richard Cole, President
  Pat Vache, Vice President 
  Kimberly Allen
  David Carson
  Hank Margeson
  Hank Myers
  John Stilin

I. Items from the Audience  
II. Consent Agenda  
  A. Consent Agenda  
Approved 7-0   1. Approval of the Minutes: Regular Meeting on Tuesday, February 1, 2011  
Approved 7-0   2. Approval of Payroll/Direct Deposit and Claims Checks  
Approved 7-0   3. AM No. 11-039: Approval of King County Advanced Life Support (ALS) Services Annually for the 2011-2013 King County EMS Levy (Fire)
Approved 7-0   4. AM No. 11-040: Approval of Memorandum of Understanding Revising Dispatcher Schedule and Adjustments to Vacation Scheduling and Holiday Language to be Consistent with the New Dispatcher Schedule and Adoption of Ordinances Amending the 2011 Police Support and Police Support Supplemental Pay Plans (Human Resources)
    a. Ordinance No. 2573: An Ordinance Amending the 2011 Pay Plan for Employees Covered by the Redmond Police Association Representing Police Support Employees  
      b. Ordinance No. 2574: An Ordinance Amending the 2011 Supplemental “S-PS” Pay Plan  
    5. AM No. 11-041: NUMBER NOT USED
Approved 7-0   6. AM No. 11-042: Approval of Overlake Phase III Comprehensive Plan and Development Guide Amendments, L100386 (Planning)
      a. Ordinance No. 2575: An Ordinance amending the Redmond Municipal Code to Update the Redmond Comprehensive Plan, Transportation and Urban Centers Elements and Portions of the Transportation Master Plan, in order to Implement Recommendations of Studies Completed to Advance the Overlake Neighborhood Plan  
      b. Resolution No. 1348: A Resolution Expressing the City Council’s Intent to Adopt Amendments to the Overlake Business and Advanced Technology and Overlake Village Zones of the Proposed Redmond Zoning Code in order to Implement Recommendations of Studies Completed to Advance the Overlake Neighborhood Plan, and to Adopt these Amendments Concurrent with or Immediately Following the Adoption of the Redmond Zoning Code at the Conclusion of the 2009-2011 Redmond Code Rewrite  
Approved 7-0   7. AM No. 11-043: Approval of Amendment to RMC 10.25.080 to Codify Restrictions on Use of Funds Received from Penalties for Red Light and School Speed Zone Infractions Detected by a Traffic Safety Camera (Police)
      a. Ordinance No. 2576: An Ordinance Amending RMC 10.25, Automated Traffic Safety Cameras, to Adopt Subsection 10.25.080(D), Codifying Restrictions on the Use of Funds Received from Penalties for Red Light and School Speed Zone Infractions Detected by an Automated Traffic Safety Camera  
Approved 7-0   8. AM No. 11-044: Approval of Acceptance of Construction with DMSL Construction, Inc. in a final contract amount of $355,654.03 for 161st Avenue NE Extension - Environmental Clean-Up, Project No. 101427 (Public Works)
Approved 7-0   9. AM No. 11-045: Approval of Consultant Agreement with GeoEngineers, Inc. in an amount not to exceed $80,000, for 161st Avenue NE Extension - Environmental Clean-Up, Project No. 101427 (Public Works)
Approved 7-0   10. AM No. 11-046: Approval of Consultant Agreement with Lane and Associates, Inc. and Universal Field Services, Inc. for 2011-2012 On-Call Real Estate Services (Public Works)
Approved 7-0   11. AM No. 11-047: Approval of Facility Lease (17100 104th Street NE) with North East King County Regional Public Safety Communications Agency for Emergency Communications Services (Public Works)
  B. Items Removed from Consent Agenda  
III. Hearings and Reports  
  A. Public Hearings  
    1. AM No. 11-048: Redmond Code Rewrite, L090380 (Planning)
  B. Reports  
    1. Staff Reports  
    a. Website Update (verbal report) (Finance)
      b. Charging for Medical Transport Services in Neighboring Jurisdictions (verbal report) (Executive)
      c. AM No. 11-050: Amendments to Neighborhood Commercial Portions of Redmond’s Comprehensive Plan and Community Development Guide (Zoning Code), L100393, L100394 (Planning)
    2. Ombudsman Report (Margeson)
    3. Committee Reports  
Approved 7-0   Motion to Adopt 2011 Parks and Human Services Committee 2011 Work Plan  
IV.  Unfinished Business  
V. New Business  
Approved 5-2

Carson and Cole Opposed
A. AM No. 11-051: Approval of an Ordinance Authorizing the Sale of Bonds in the Approximate Amount of $8.5 Million, Not to Exceed $10 Million (Finance)
  1. Ordinance No. 2577: An Ordinance Relating to the Incurrence of Indebtedness; Authorizing the Issuance of Limited Tax General Obligation Bonds, 2011, in an Aggregate Principal Amount not to exceed $10,000,000 to Obtain Part of the Funds Necessary for Parks and Open Space Property Acquisition; Providing for the Date, Denominations, Form, Terms, Registration Provisions, Maturities, Interest Rates and Covenants of Such Bonds; Providing for the Annual Levy of Taxes to Pay the Principal Thereof and the Interest Thereon; Providing for the Negotiated Sale and Delivery of Such Bonds to Seattle-Northwest Securities Corporation, Seattle, Washington; Establishing Funds for the Receipt and Expenditure of Bond Proceeds and for the Payment of the Bonds; and Providing for the Disposition of the Bond Proceeds  
VI. Ordinances and Resolutions  
  EXECUTIVE SESSION
Potential Litigation
(20 minutes)
 
VII. Adjournment