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Regular City Council Meeting Agenda
City Council Chambers
June 26, 2018 - 6:00 p.m.

A.

Call to Order - Pledge of Allegiance


B.

Roll Call - Excused Absences


C.

Minutes


 

Minutes of the Regular City Council Meeting of June 12, 2018


Documents:
  1. 6-12-18.pdf
D.

Vouchers/Payroll


 

Voucher Total = $603,301.12


E.

Claims for Damages


F.

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


 

Julie Reisenauer - plant & maintain downtown flowers = $2,905.00


 

Melissa Browne - dance fitness program = 70% of fees collected


G.

Information Items


 

Employee Recognition


 

Dog Park Presentation by Chris Babcock


H.

Appointments


I.

Citizen Comments: Open to Public (two minute limit)


J.

Action Items


 

Public Hearings


1.

18-065 - Resolution E-636 - Transportation Improvement Plan 2019-2024 Public Hearing

A public hearing has been scheduled for the June 26th City Council meeting In accordance with RCW 35.77 for the purpose of adopting the 2019-2024 Six Year Transportation Plan.
2.

18-069 - Public Hearing High Density Load Moratorium

Public Hearing High Density Load Moratorium emergency ordinance X-27 passed on 4/24/18 by council.
 

Resolutions


1.

18-063 - Resolution E-634 - Information Technology Network and Support Services

The City of Cheney issued a Request for Proposal (RFP) for Information Technology Support Services. After review of the proposals, the City has chosen Intrinium Inc. to continue as our IT support contract. The cost of the contact will remain at the current level for the first year and increase 1.3% each year for the contract. The contract is set for a 5 year term with three optional one year extensions. The City also is receiving some added benefits over the current contract including 16 hours on-site support monthly and an assigned support specialist for our needs.
2.

18-064 - Resolution E-635 - Utility Dispatch Services Contract

The Light Department issued Request for Proposals for the Utility Dispatch Services. Staff has reviewed the proposals and Cooperative Response Center, Inc. received the highest score
3.

18-067 - Resolution E-637 - Governmental Charges and Fees

Amending the Governmental Charges and Fees to include the new state building code surcharge.
 

Ordinances


1.

18-061 - Ordinance X-29 - Capital Facilities Plan

2018-2023 Capital Facilities Plan updated to comply with mandated requirements from the Growth Management Act (GMA). 
2.

18-062 - Ordinance X-30 - Critical Area Ordinance Update

Critical Areas Ordinance (CAO) update to comply with mandated requirements from the Growth Management Act (GMA). 
3.

18-066 - Ordinance X-31 - Zoning Code Consistancy

Zoning code consistency changes to comply with mandated requirements from the Growth Management Act (GMA). 
4.

18-068 - Ordinance X-32 - Amending Development Standards for Nonresidential Buildings

Amending the development standards for non-residential buildings. 
 

Other Business


K.

Staff Reports


L.

Mayor's Report


M.

Council Reports


N.

Executive Session


O.

Adjournment