Regular City Council Meeting Agenda
City Council Chambers & Zoom
June 14, 2022 - 6:00 p.m.
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The Developer is proposing a modified the Blackhawk Preliminary Plat for Council consideration based on records presented in the Planning Commissions open public hearing on March 14, 2022. The modification reduces the number of lots to 34 and provides unplatted property south of the development. The Developer has agreed to consider selling the unplatted property for water utility and open space land.
The Police Department is requesting to purchase 8 Panasonic Toughbook 55 Laptop computers (Mobile Data Computers) and associated equipment to utilize the computers both in patrol vehicles and at work stations within CPD.
Pacific Mortgage Center is requesting to vacate four street right-of-way that abuts upon their properties for the purpose of developing a new commercial building. Pursuant to RCW 35.79.010, the City may schedule a hearing on the vacation through the passage of a resolution. The hearing date set forth in the resolution can be no sooner than twenty days nor any later than sixty days from the date the resolution is passed. Resolution F-040 sets a hearing date for July 12, 2022.
The Public Works Department and Light Department solicited a proposal from licensed contractor for fiber broadband design and consulting services for the purpose of creating a secure and reliable fiber optic system for vital Water Department, Wastewater Department, and Light Department infrastructure, and to comply with Homeland Security requirements for infrastructure security directives. In addition to increasing security and reliability, upgrades made to the City’s fiber optic communication system will factor in the City’s potential for future growth. Staff is recommending acceptance of Zero DB Communications proposal, totaling $ 92,330.00. This project is eligible for ARPA funds.
On April 11, 2022 the Planning Commission held a Public Hearing on the 2022-2027 Capital Facilities Plan with recommendation that the plan be sent to City Council for adoption.
This update to the salary ordinance includes changes to the wage classifications for the Fire Chief based on salary survey data and wage increases in the IAFF bargainging unit members and to the Accounting Manager based additional duties and supervisory responsibilities as assigned by the Finance Director in collaboration with the City Administrator.