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CALL TO ORDER & ROLL CALL
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
Recommended Action: Provide direction on the supplemental questions for the 2022 Community Survey.
CITY MANAGER REPORT
APPEARANCES (This is the opportunity for anyone to speak to the City Council on any item. As it is election season, however, please be reminded that state law (specifically, RCW 42.17A.555) prohibits the use of City facilities for campaign-related purposes with limited exceptions. Accordingly, please do not make campaign-related comments during this time.)
Recommended Action: Adopt the City Council Special Video Meeting Minutes of February 1, 2022 as presented.
A. Check Register 210765-210845 | 2/11/2022 | $795,861.53
B. Check Register 210846-210900 | 2/18/2022 | $295,149.03
Recommendation Action: Certify that the City Council has reviewed the documentation supporting claims paid and approved all checks or warrants issued in payment of claims.
Recommended Action: Approve the January 28, 2022 Payroll Certification (Exhibit 1) in the amount of $842,718.00 and authorize the Mayor to sign the certification on behalf of the entire City Council.
Recommended Action: Approve the February 11, 2022 Payroll Certification in the amount of $835,571.69 and authorize the Mayor to sign the certification on behalf of the entire City Council.
Recommended Action: Accept the 2021 Open Space Conservancy Annual Report and the 2022 Work Plan.
1. Award Schedules ‘A’, ‘B’, ‘C’ and ‘D’ of the 2022 Street Related Utility Improvements project to Blue Mountain Construction Group, LLC.
2. Authorize the City Manager to execute a contract with Blue Mountain Construction Group, LLC in an amount not to exceed $522,216.08.
3. Appropriate $212,504 from the Water Fund and $16,739 from the Storm Water Fund to fully fund the 2022 Street Related Utility Improvements project.
Recommended Action: Accept the completed Roadside Shoulder Improvements West Mercer Way Phase 2 project and authorize staff to close out the project.
Recommended Action: Approve Resolution No. 1620 to ratify the King County Countywide Planning Policies updates.
Recommended Action: Authorize the City Manager to sign the Addendum to the Interlocal Agreement for the Watershed Basins within Water Resource Inventory Area 8.
1. Award RFP #21-37 to Tyler Technologies, Inc., a Maine-based company, for a Financial Management Software System to replace the City’s current financial software system.
2. Authorize the City Manager to negotiate and execute an agreement with Tyler Technologies, Inc., in an amount not to exceed $587,000 which includes the first year of the software subscription, implementation services, and a $150,000 project contingency, with future funding contingent on Council budget approval.
2. Authorize a new, full-time Systems Analyst position in the Finance Department at an estimated annual cost of $127,000 (for 2022) to facilitate the financial management software implementation and oversee the ongoing maintenance, staff training, and development of the software system’s overall functionality.
3. Authorize one-time funding not to exceed $272,000 to facilitate the successful implementation the new financial management software system.
4. Appropriate $736,000 and authorize staff to allocate the project funding to the Street, Capital Improvement, Water, Sewer, Stormwater and General Funds in accordance with existing overhead allocation budget policies.
1. Approve Resolution No. 1618 adopting the 2022 Parks, Recreation, and Open Space (PROS) Plan.
2. Appropriate $750,000 from available balance in the Capital Improvement Fund for athletic field design, joint master planning for Clarke and Groveland beaches, and the MICEC Annex facility assessment.
Recommended Action: Approve Resolution No. 1619, appointing members to fill the vacancies on the Arts Council, Design Commission, Planning Commission, and Utility Board.
Recommended Action: Review and provide comments on draft Ordinance No. 22C-02, amending MICC 19.02.020 Development standards, and set the second reading for April 5, 2022.
1. Accept the Luther Burbank Docks and Adjacent Waterfront 30% design recommendation from the Parks & Recreation Commission.
2. Appropriate $321,000 of the available fund balance in the Capital Improvement Fund to complete 100% design of the Luther Docks and Adjacent Waterfront Project.
3. Accept and appropriate the $94,200 King County Flood Control District Sub-regional Opportunity Fund grant for design of drainage and LID improvement portion of Phase 2.
4. Authorize the City Manager to execute professional services agreements for the remaining project design work.
Recommended Action: Receive presentation and provide feedback.
Executive Session to discuss with legal counsel pending or potential litigation pursuant to RCW 42.30.110(1)(i) and for planning or adopting the strategy or position to be taken by the City Council during the course of any collective bargaining, professional negotiations, or grievance or mediation proceedings, or reviewing the proposals made in the negotiations or proceedings while in progress pursuant to RCW 42.30.140(4)(b). No action will be taken.