Regular City Council Meeting Agenda
City Council Chambers & Zoom
August 9, 2022 - 6:00 p.m.
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A resolution authorizing the Mayor to sign a renewal agreement with Veritone for the provision of audio and video redaction software.
Resolution E-891 authorized the City Fuel Station Upgrade project, which included acceptance of Whitley Fuel Company’s proposal to purchase the NWESTCO fuel system on state contract. The fuel system included additional fuel storage tanks, new card readers for each fuel tank, and technical assistance and oversite from Whitley Fuel Company during the installation of the equipment. Resolution F-060 authorizes Toptier Petroleum, LLC to install top of tank components, fuel pumps, card reader systems, electrical components, and to program the system to be operable for 24/7 City consumption.
The Transportation Improvement Board is soliciting applications from qualified agencies for transportation preservation projects. City Staff is proposing to submit an application for design and construction improvement funding for the intersection of North 6th Street and Betz Road. Grant funding requires a 10% match. Applications are due August 19, 2022. Recommendation for funding is scheduled for December 1, 2022.
Vehicle Use Agreement with Spokane County Fire District 4 to borrow one of their reserve fire engines for the purpose of wildland responses until such time the city can permanently replace our Type 5 Fire Engine.
A public hearing was held on July 26, 2022 on the matter of a petition filed by Pacific Mortgage Center who owns more than two-thirds of the property abutting the requested vacation. Pacific Mortgage Center is seeking the vacation for the purpose of developing a new commercial property. The vacation would allow the two properties to adjoin. The City may require the owners of the property abutting the street to compensate the city in an amount that does not exceed the full appraised value of the area vacated.