Regular City Council Meeting Agenda
City Council Chambers & Zoom
September 13, 2022 - 6:00 p.m.
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At City Council on July 12th, had some additional concerns regarding structure minimums and design standards outlined in the shipping container as residences during the 2nd reading of Ordinance Y-27, It was requested that a 120-day moratorium to allow for additional review of options.
The Light Department is recommending that the City Council approve Amendment No. 2 to the BPA Energy Conservation Agreement Contract No. 17ES-11453. This Amendment will extend the term of the original Agreement through September 30, 2028, and also updates the contact information in Exhibit A, and updates the language regarding the tracking system and uncontrollable forces definition.
The Light Department solicited a proposal for emergency replacement of 1,500’ of damaged fiber optic cable, spanning from Washington Street to the Water Tower. Expeditious repair of this fiber is important to maintain the continuity and reliability of the City’s fiber optic network system. Staff is recommending acceptance of Zero DB Communications proposal, totaling $ 9,650.00 plus applicable tax.
The UPRR Pipeline Crossing License Agreement is required for the City to install and maintain a water main under UPRR property as part of the Cheney Purple Pipe Project.
The Public Works Department received a quote in the amount of $ 21,558.00 plus applicable tax from DIVCO, Inc for the purchase and installation of two ductless split heat pump systems in the Cheney Historical Museum, located in the Wren Pierson Community Center.
EWU Football Standby Agreement
Resolution F-075 - Opting Out of The Spokane County Tourism Promotion Area
A resolution authorizing the Mayor to sign the Participation Agreement and Allocation Agreement forms relating to the allocation and use of opioid settlement proceeds.
In the routine testing of the Four Lakes Substation, one of the four recloser control panels was discovered inoperable. The Light Department hired Ripplinger Engineering Laboratories (REL) to assess and recommend a course of action for this critical repair. REL has recommended to replace all seven antiquated reclosers in both substations with Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories, Inc., (SEL) reclosers as soon as possible due to the age of the equipment and potential for additional failures.
Amending the text of CMC 21, amending the definitions section, measurements section, commercial/mixed use section, general use provisions section, and the wireless communication facilities section.