07/19/2011 agenda

Redmond City Council Regular Meeting Agenda

Council Chambers - 7:30 p.m.

Agenda for Printing

PRESENTATION: Recognition of Redmond as a Feet First Agenda City

I. Items from the Audience  
II. Consent Agenda  
  A. Consent Agenda  
Approved
7-0
  1. Approval of the Minutes: Regular Meeting of Tuesday, June 21, 2011  
Approved
7-0
  2. Approval of Payroll/Direct Deposit and Claims Checks  
Approved
7-0
  3. AM No. 11-135: Approval of Appointment to the Library Board – James Park EX
Approved
7-0
  4. AM No. 11-136: Approval of Contract with Gilmore Research Group, in an amount not to exceed $30,000, for the 2011 Resident Benchmarking Survey EX
Removed from
Consent Agenda
  5. AM No. 11-137: Approval of Amendments to RMC Title 5, Business Licenses and Regulations FN/PK
  a. Ordinance No. 2605: An Ordinance Relating to Business Licensing; Amending RMC 5.04.040 to Authorize Certain Businesses Employing Independent Contractors to Cover Such Contractors Under the Business’ License; Adding RMC 5.04.045 Establishing a Master Event Business License; Amending RMC 5.04.130(9) to Exempt Certain City-Sponsored Events from Business Licensing; Amending RMC 5.04.140(1) to Establish Violation of Federal Law as a Ground for Denial, Suspension, or Revocation of a Business License; Amending RMC 5.44.030 to Eliminate the Requirement for an Occupation Registration
Approved
7-0
  6. AM No. 11-138: Approval of Memorandum of Understanding with Local No. 2829, International Association of Fire Fighters, Modifying the Collective Bargaining Agreement Terms; Additional Pay Rates for Acting Two Ranks Out-of-Classification and Firefighters Acting as Driver Operators HR
Approved
7-0
  7. AM No. 11-139: Endorsement of One Redmond (Community of Excellence) Project Concepts PL
Approved
7-0
  8. AM No. 11-140: Approval of Content of 2011-12 Annual Update to the Comprehensive Plan PL
      a. Ordinance No. 2606: An Ordinance Setting the Framework and Conducting Concurrent Review of the Cumulative Effect of all Proposed Annual Amendments to the Redmond Comprehensive Plan and Related Amendments to the Redmond Zoning Code, for the 2011-12 Annual Update, Including New and Amended Narrative, Policies, Tables and Maps  
Approved
7-0
  9. AM No. 11-141: Approval of Agreement with King County for Purchase of ORCA Business Passport (Transportation Services) Products PL
Approved
7-0
  10. AM No. 11-142: Approval of Interlocal Agreement with the City of Sammamish for Building Inspection Purposes PL
Approved
7-0
  11. AM No. 11-143: Approval of Award of Bid to C.A. Carey Corporation in an amount of $1,530,977.54, and Supplemental Agreement No. 1 with Anchor QEA in an amount not to exceed $93,000 for Final Engineering and Construction Services; Spiritbrook Park Renovation and Drainage Improvements, Project Nos. 101302 and 101449 PW
Approved
7-0
  12. AM No. 11-144: Acceptance of Construction with Equity Builders, LLC, in a final contract amount of $571,556.08 for Wastewater Pump Station No. 1 Rehabilitation, Project No. 101377 PW
Approved
7-0
  13. AM No. 11-145: Approval of Consultant Agreement with Otak, Inc. in an amount not to exceed $1,737,633 for Design Services, Overlake Village South Detention Vault, Project No. 101128 PW
Approved
7-0
  14. AM No. 11-146: Approval of Consultant Agreement with HDR in an amount not to exceed $293,169 for Engineering Services, Overlake Village Low Impact Development Retrofit, Project No. 101570 PW
Approved
7-0
  15. AM No. 11-147: Approval of Consultant Agreements with Community Attributes; MAKERS Architecture and Urban Design; PB Americas, Inc.; and VIA Architecture, for a period of two years each, for Light Rail Planning and Engineering Assistance On-Call Services PW
Approved
7-0
  16. AM No. 11-148: Approval of Two Interagency Agreements with King County for Rapid Ride: (1) Intelligent Transportation System Agreement; and (2) Right-of-Way Use Authorization PW
Approved
7-0
  17. AM No. 11-149: Approval of Resolution in Support of Feet First’s Agenda to Create Walkable Communities PW
      a. Resolution No. 1361: A Resolution Acknowledging Feet First’s Recognition that the City Provides, and Will Continue to Provide, a Safe and Efficient Pedestrian Environment and Will Advance the Feet First Agenda to Promote Walkable Communities in the State of Washington  
  B. Items Removed from Consent Agenda  
Approved
6-1;
Cole Opposed
  5. AM No. 11-137: Approval of Amendments to RMC Title 5, Business Licenses and Regulations FN/PK
  a. Ordinance No. 2605: An Ordinance Relating to Business Licensing; Amending RMC 5.04.040 to Authorize Certain Businesses Employing Independent Contractors to Cover Such Contractors Under the Business’ License; Adding RMC 5.04.045 Establishing a Master Event Business License; Amending RMC 5.04.130(9) to Exempt Certain City-Sponsored Events from Business Licensing; Amending RMC 5.04.140(1) to Establish Violation of Federal Law as a Ground for Denial, Suspension, or Revocation of a Business License; Amending RMC 5.44.030 to Eliminate the Requirement for an Occupation Registration  
III. Hearings and Reports  
  A. Public Hearings  
  1. AM No. 11-150: Amendment to Neighborhood Commercial Policies and Regulations, File Nos. L100393 and L100394 PL
    2. AM No. 11-151: Adoption of Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) 2012-17 PW
Approved as
Amended
7-0
  a. Resolution No. 1362: A Resolution Adopting a Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program for the Years 2012-17 and Directing the Same to be Filed with the Senate Secretary of Transportation and the Transportation Improvement Board  
  B. Reports  
    1.  Staff Reports  
      a. AM No. 11-152: Design Review Board PL
    2. Ombudsman Report, Allen
    3. Committee Reports  
IV. Unfinished Business  
V. New Business  
Approved
7-0
A. AM No. 11-154: CLOSED RECORD PROCEEDING: Emerald Heights Retirement Facility, Development Guide Amendment to Zoning Map, L100204 (quasi-judicial) PL
  1. Ordinance No. 2607: An Ordinance Rezoning Approximately 38 Acres of Land Commonly Known as the Emerald Heights Retirement Community and Located in the Education Hill Neighborhood West of 176th Avenue NE and North of Redmond High School, from R-4 to R-6  
Amended; Postponed
to 07/26/11
Special
Meeting
B. AM No. 11-155: CLOSED RECORD PROCEEDING: Redmond High School Expansion – Conditional Use Permit, L110091 (quasi-judicial) PL
  1. Ordinance No. 2608: An Ordinance Adopting the Hearing Examiner’s May 31, 2011, Recommendation to Approve with Conditions the Redmond High School Conditional Use Permit (File No. L110091)  
Approved
7-0
C. AM No. 11-156: CLOSED RECORD PROCEEDING: Benjamin Rush Elementary School Modernization – Conditional Use Permit, L110133 (quasi-judicial) PL
    1. Ordinance No. 2609: An Ordinance Adopting the Hearing Examiner’s June 15, 2011, Recommendation to Approve with Conditions the Benjamin Rush Elementary School Modernization Conditional Use Permit (File No. L110133)  
VI. Ordinances and Resolutions  
Approved
6-1;
Carson
Opposed
A. AM No. 11-157: Approval of Resolution Supporting Passage of Proposition No. 1, which Renews and Replaces the Expiring King County Veterans and Human Services Levy PL
    Proposition No. 1 - Veterans and Human Services Levy  
  1. Resolution No. 1363: A Resolution Stating the City Council’s Support for King County Proposition No. 1, the Veterans and Human Services Levy  
 
EXECUTIVE SESSION
Property Acquisition - 5 minutes
Potential Litigation - 10 minutes
Potential Litigation - 15 minutes
 
VII. Adjournment  


TUESDAY
July 19, 2011

Redmond City Hall
Council Chambers
15670 NE 85th Street

Ombudsman:
Kim Allen

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