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Meeting Name: City Council Regular Session Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 8/5/2019 8:00 PM  
Meeting location: Council Chambers (1E-126)
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Minutes Minutes  
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19-420 1a)2019 Public Technology Institute Awards   Not available Not available
19-421 1b)ARCH Board Activities - Update   Not available Not available
19-422 1a)Council Minutes Minutes of June 24, 2019 Extended Study Session Minutes of July 8, 2019 Extended Study Session Minutes of July 15, 2019 Study Session Minutes of July 15, 2019 Regular Session   Not available Not available
ORD 6470 1b)Ordinance 1) awarding Bid No. 19001, Mountains to Sound Greenway Trail - I-405 to 132nd Avenue SE (CIP Plan No. PW-W/B-83) to IMCO General Construction as the lowest responsible and responsive bidder, in the amount of $17,577,597, plus all applicable taxes, to construct an extension of the Mountains to Sound Greenway Trail from I-405 to 132nd Avenue NE; and 2) amending the 2019-2025 General Capital Investment Program (CIP) Plan to increase the budget for the Mountains to Sound Greenway Trail - I-405 to 132nd Avenue SE project (CIP Plan No. PW-W/B-83) by $3,800,000, decrease the 124th Avenue NE - Spring Blvd to Ichigo Way project (CIP Plan No. PW-R-166) by $2,399,000, decrease the 120th Avenue NE Stage 3 project (CIP Plan No. PW-R-168) by $375,000, and transfer $1,026,000 in local funds from the NE Spring Boulevard Zone 1 project (CIP Plan No. PW-R-172).   Not available Not available
19-423 1c)Motion to award Bid No. 19068, NE 23rd Street Sidewalk and 100th Avenue NE and NE 24th Street Intersection Improvements Project (CIP Plan No. PW-R-199), to RW Scott Construction Co. as the lowest responsible and responsive bidder, in the amount of $540,414.25, plus all applicable taxes. This project is fully funded by the Neighborhood Safety, Connectivity and Congestion Levy.   Not available Not available
19-424 1d)Motion to award Bid No. 19044 for Cherry Crest Pump Station Replacement to Harbor Pacific Contractors, Inc., as the lowest responsive and responsible bidder, in an amount not to exceed $6,562,718.80 plus all applicable taxes (CIP Plan No. W-91).   Not available Not available
19-425 1e)Motion to award Bid No. 19062 for Somerset Reservoir 1 Pressure Reducing Valve (PRV) Relocation to Earthwork Enterprises, Inc., as the lowest responsive and responsible bidder, in an amount not to exceed $354,068 plus all applicable taxes (CIP Plan No. W-85).   Not available Not available
RES 9643 1f)Resolution authorizing execution of amendment No. 2 to the agreement with Daptiv Solutions, LLC, and annual renewal up to four additional years, for a total of five years, with a not to exceed amount of $217,898, plus all applicable taxes.   Not available Not available
RES 9644 1g)Resolution authorizing execution of a one-year agreement with an option to extend for an additional one year with Stoneshare Corp. for the purchase of professional technical services to support the City’s migration of our on-premise SharePoint collaboration sites and content to Microsoft SharePoint Online Office 365, a cloud-based application service, for a total not to exceed amount of $200,000, plus all applicable taxes.   Not available Not available
19-426 1h)Motion to award Bid No. 19053 for Storm Trenchless Repair 2019 to Michels Corporation, as the lowest responsive and responsible bidder, in an amount not to exceed $414,089 plus all applicable taxes (CIP Plan No. D-64).   Not available Not available
RES 9645 1i)Resolution authorizing execution of a one-year Public Works contract with Best Parking Lot Cleaning, Inc. for a contract value not to exceed $230,000 plus all applicable taxes, to perform sediment removal and closed-circuit television (CCTV) inspection services.   Not available Not available
RES 9646 1j)Resolution authorizing execution of a successor labor agreement by and between the City and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local #77 (Union) representing Traffic Signals and Electronic Communications employees for the contract period January 1, 2019, through December 31, 2022.   Not available Not available
RES 9647 1k)Resolution authorizing execution of Amendment 3 to professional services agreement No. 1650032-00 with Murray, Smith & Associates, Inc. for Utilities Large On-Call Professional Services Water Contract - for engineering and other associated services related to our water utility, increasing the contract amount by $900,000 for a total contract amount not to exceed $5,900,000.   Not available Not available
RES 9648 1a)Public Hearing and action on Resolution authorizing the execution of documents necessary to release a portion of an existing water easement and a portion of an existing sewer easement located at 23 Lake Bellevue Drive, which have been declared surplus to the City’s needs and are no longer required for providing continued public utility service; the granting and recording of such releases being deemed in the best interest of the public. 1. Staff Report. 2. Motion to open public hearing. (*Note: Three-minute limit per person or recognized community organization.) 3. Receive public testimony. 4. Motion to close public hearing. 5. Council discussion and action.   Not available Not available
19-427 1b)Public Hearing on the requested vacation of a portion of the alley between Downtown Park and 104th Avenue NE, south of NE 4th Street. 1. Staff Report. 2. Motion to open public hearing. (*Note: Three-minute limit per person or recognized community organization.) 3. Receive public testimony. 4. Motion to close public hearing. 5. Council discussion and action.   Not available Not available
RES 9649 1a)Resolution authorizing execution of the Property Exchange Agreement with Sound Transit related to a City owned parcel commonly referred to as the spur parcel; and authorizing the City Manager or his designee to execute documents and exercise certain rights as set forth in the Agreement.   Not available Not available
ORD 6471 1b)Ordinance amending Ordinance 6445, adopted December 3, 2018, as previously amended, to increase appropriation to the 2019-2020 Human Services Fund budget by $585,630 for Congregations for the Homeless (“CFH”) to provide funding for operational expenses for shelter services at a downtown “bridge” location for men experiencing homelessness, and to provide additional operating funding for Lincoln Center to provide day center services and shelter services and authorizing the City Manager or his designee to enter into such a contract.   Not available Not available