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Regular City Council Meeting Agenda

City Council Chambers

June 13, 2023 - 6:00 p.m.


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Call to Order - Pledge of Allegiance


Roll Call - Excused Absences


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Minutes of the Regular City Council Meeting of May 23, 2023

  1. 5-23-23.pdf



Voucher Total = $1,158,500.77(Expenditure approval = $1,116,800.64, Other payables = $41,700.13)


Payroll Total = $1,035,862.55


Claims for Damages


Small Contracts (Less than $10,000) - Approved by Mayor


DosuSign - eSignature Business Pro = $5,520


CHS Football - youth football camp = No cost


Training Network - master service agreement = not to exceed $10,000


Debt Book - implementation and subscription = $7,500


Jett Concrete - sidewalk repair project = $4,000 plus tax


Information Items


Cheney STA Transit Stops




Action Items


Public Hearings




23-055 - Resolution F-153 - Amending ARPA Funding Plan

The City received $3,498,905 in American Recovery Plan Act (ARPA) funds.  The original plan allocated the majority of funding to 10 water infrastructure projects and 1 water conservation project.   PWKS Director, Todd Ableman, has submitted an amended plan for the water infrastructure projects, removing one project and reallocating funds between the remaining 9 projects.   The new funding plan and tracking spreadsheet is attached.  


23-059 - Resolution F-156 - Spokane County HHWC MOU

This Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the City of Cheney and Spokane County is established to describe the background, purpose, and commitments regarding partial funding for Household Hazardous Waste Collection Activities.


23-060 - Resolution F-157 - Information Technology Network Services and Support


SUMMARY   The City of Cheney issued a Request for Proposal (RFP) for Information Technology Support Services.    After review of all proposals and interview with the top three, the City has chosen Executech to serve as our IT support contract.   The contract is set for a 5 year term with three optional one year extensions.   Initial contract is $13,375/month for Managed IT Services and $2,205/month for IT Security.   Contract will escalate by the greater of 5% of the CPI, not to exceed 10%.    Backups will be scoped and billed separately from this agreement.   



23-061 - Resolution F-158 - Fire Department Vehicle Surplus

Fire Department Vehicle Surplus 


23-062 - Resolution F-159 - Wildland Fire Apparatus Purchase Agreement

Used Brush Truck with District 4 


23-063 - Resolution F-160 - Stryker Medical Equipment Service Agreement

Agreement required for service and calibration of sensitive medical equipment from a sole-source authorized service technician for LifePaks15 (AED and Cardiac Monitoring) and Lucas Chest Compression Device.




23-054 - Ordinance Y-46 - Net Metering Ordinance Amendment CMC 14.20

Amending CMC 14.20 entitled “Net Metering” to add language to accurately present the guidance of RCW 80.60 “Net Metering of Electricity”.


23-056 - Ordinance Y-47 - Budget Amendment #1

The attached amendment worksheet contains amendments to 7 individual funds including amendments for:  1) General Fund for Police Labor Contract, 2) Arterial Street Fund for Arterial Street Project/Grant, 3) Residential Street Fund for additional funding, 4)Fire Equipment Capital Reserve for purchase of two brush trucks, 5) Criminal Justice Fund for uniforms for new officers, and 6) Water Fund to remove budget for 2 trucks purchased in 2022, and to fund ARPA projects, and 7) Sewer Fund for the Purple Pipe project.     Total Amendment is $9,466,100.


Other Business


Staff Reports


Mayor's Report


Council Reports


Executive Session


Executive Session as per RCW 42.30.110(1)(g) to review the performance of a public employee


Conclusion of Meeting