04/05/2011 agenda

Redmond City Council Boards and Commissions Interviews

Council Chambers
Lodging Tax Advisory Committee Candidate - 7 p.m.
Arts Commission Candidates - 7:10 p.m.


Redmond City Council Regular Meeting Agenda

Council Chambers - 7:30 p.m.
Agenda for Printing

PROCLAMATION: Child Abuse Prevention Month
PROCLAMATION: National Public Safety Telecommunications Week, April 10-16, 2011

I. Items from the Audience  
II. Consent Agenda  
  A. Consent Agenda  
Approved 7-0   1. Approval of the Minutes: Regular Meetings of Tuesday, March 1, 2011, and Tuesday, March 15, 2011, and Special Meeting of Tuesday, March 29, 2011  
Approved 7-0   2. Approval of Payroll/Direct Deposit and Claims Checks  
Approved 7-0   3. AM No. 11-070: Approval of Appointment to the Parks and Trails Commission: Sheri Sanders; and Reappointments to the Human Services Commission: Lynn Fleshman and Connie Stansberry, and Planning Commission: Vibhas Chandorkar and Phil Miller EX
Approved 7-0   4. AM No. 11-071: Approval of a Vendor Agreement with AssetWorks in an amount not to exceed $120,000 for Fleet Management Software PW
Approved 7-0   5. AM No. 11-072: Approval of Acceptance of Construction with Road Construction Northwest, Inc. in a final contract amount of $520,058.58 for West Lake Sammamish Way / Old Redmond Road Traffic Signal, Project
No. 101108
PW
  B. Items Removed from Consent Agenda  
III. Hearing and Reports  
  A. Public Hearings  
  1. AM No. 11-073: Public Hearing: Redmond Code Rewrite (L090380); Including Road, Ground, Passenger and Transit Transportation as a Permitted Use in R-4 and R-5 Zones PL
Approved 7-0   2. AM No. 11-074: Ordinance: Acquisition and Condemnation of Fee Interest in Real Estate for Downtown Park, Project No. 101405 PW
    a. Ordinance No. 2582: An Ordinance Providing for the Acquisition, Condemnation, Appropriation, and Taking of Fee Interests in Real Property for the Purpose of Constructing a Public Park, City of Redmond, CIP No. 101405; Providing that the Entire Cost Thereof Shall be Paid from Available Funds; and Directing Attorneys Retained by the City of Redmond to Prosecute the Appropriate Action and Proceedings in the Manner Provided by Law for Said Condemnation  
Approved 7-0   3. AM No. 11-075: Ordinance: Acquisition and Condemnation of Fee Interest in Real Estate for Park, Utilities and Transportation Infrastructure, Project No. 101467 PW
      a. Ordinance No. 2583: An Ordinance Providing for the Acquisition, Condemnation, Appropriation, and Taking of Fee Interests in Real Property for the Purpose of Constructing Public Park Improvements and Utility Infrastructure and Provide Right-of-Way for Public Transportation Improvements, City of Redmond, CIP No. 101467; Providing that the Entire Cost Thereof Shall be Paid from Available Funds; and Directing Attorneys Retained by the City of Redmond to Prosecute the Appropriate Action and Proceedings in the Manner Provided by Law for Said Condemnation  
  B. Reports  
    1.  Staff Reports  
    2. Ombudsman Report, Carson
    3. Committee Reports  
Approved 7-0     a. Approval of 2011 Public Safety Committee Work Plan  
IV. Unfinished Business  
V. New Business  
  A. AM No. 11-076: Approval of Development Guide Amendment L090380, 2009-2011 Redmond Code Rewrite and Approval of Changes to Redmond Municipal Code Resulting from the 2009-2011 Code Rewrite PL
Approved 7-0   1. Ordinance No. 2584: An Ordinance Adopting the Redmond Zoning Code and Appendices as Title 21 of the Redmond Municipal Code; Repealing the Redmond Community Development Guide, RMC Titles 20A, 20B, 20C, 20D, 20E, and 20F; Establishing the Redmond Comprehensive Plan as a Separate Document Not Codified as Part of the Redmond Municipal Code; Establishing a Deadline for Existing Recreational Vehicles to Comply with RV Location, Screening, and Other Requirements in the Parking Chapter of the Zoning Code; Establishing a Deadline for Existing Storage Containers to Comply with the Requirements for Such Containers in the Outdoor Storage Chapter of the Zoning Code; Adopting a Zoning Code Evaluation Plan  
Approved 7-0   2. Ordinance No. 2585: An Ordinance Adopting RMC Chapter 1.16, Annexation Procedures, Establishing Procedures for Optional Public Meetings and Notice of Public Hearings for Annexations  
Approved 7-0   3. Ordinance No. 2586: An Ordinance Adopting RMC Chapters 2.09, Code Administrator, and 2.10, Building Official, in Order to Define the Positions and Duties of Both Positions  
Approved
as Amended
7-0
  4. Ordinance No. 2587: An Ordinance Adopting RMC Chapter 3.10, Impact Fees, Relating to Impact Fees for Transportation, Parks, Fire, and Schools  
Approved 7-0   5. Ordinance No. 2588: An Ordinance Moving Regulations Describing the Duties, Qualifications, and Authority of Certain Land Use-Related Boards and Commissions to RMC Title 4; Enacting New RMC Chapters 4.23, Design Review Board, 4.28, Hearing Examiner, 4.33, Landmark Commission, 4.43 Planning Commission, and 4.50 Technical Committee  
Approved 7-0   6. Ordinance No. 2589: An Ordinance Adopting RMC Chapter 6.34, Limitation on External Effects of Uses  
Approved 7-0   7. Ordinance No. 2590: An Ordinance Adopting RMC Chapter 6.36, Noise Standards  
Approved 7-0   8. Ordinance No. 2591: An Ordinance Amending RMC Chapter 9.44, Abandoned Vehicles, to Amend the Title of the Chapter to be ‘Abandonment of Disabled Vehicles and Vessels’; Prohibiting the Outdoor Storage of Disabled Vessels; Providing for All Such Storage to be Brought Into Compliance with this Ordinance Within Ninety Days from Its Effective Date  
Approved 7-0   9. Ordinance No. 2592: An Ordinance Relating to Stormwater Control; Amending RMC 13.20.047 in Order to Implement the Overlake Village Stormwater and Park Facilities Conceptual Design Plan  
Approved 7-0   10. Ordinance No. 2593: An Ordinance Amending RMC 15.22, Moving Buildings, to Adopt a New Section 15.22.075, Public Notification, to Provide Notice Requirements for Structure Movement Permits  
VI. Ordinances and Resolutions  
Approved 7-0 A. AM No. 11-077: Adoption of Overlake Village Street Design Guidelines (152nd Avenue NE Corridor Study), Project No. 101280 PW
    1. Resolution No. 1354: A Resolution Adopting the Overlake Village Street Design Guidelines  
  EXECUTIVE SESSION
(1) Potential Litigation (25 minutes)
(2) Potential Litigation (10 minutes)
(3) Potential Litigation (5 minutes)
 
VII. Adjournment  


TUESDAY
April 5, 2011

Redmond City Hall
Council Chambers
15670 NE 85th Street

Ombudsman:
David Carson

Mayor:

John Marchione

Council Members:
Richard Cole, President
Pat Vache, Vice President
Kimberly Allen
David Carson
Hank Margeson
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