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Meeting Name: City Council Regular Meeting Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 6/27/2022 6:00 PM  
Meeting location: Council Chambers (1E-126)
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Minutes Minutes Meeting Extra3: Not available  
Meeting video:  
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22-499 1a)Mobility Implementation Plan Award   Not available Not available
22-500 1a)Council Minutes Minutes of June 6, 2022   Not available Not available
RES 10106 1b)Resolution authorizing the execution of a general services contract regarding fabrication and installation of a public artwork as part of the BelRed Subarea Plan with artist Po Shu Wang, in an amount not to exceed $160,000, plus all applicable taxes, to build and install artwork, celebrate the BelRed Arts District, and support the growth of tourism in BelRed.   Not available Not available
RES 10107 1c)Resolution authorizing execution of all documents necessary to implement settlement of the claim brought by Jeffrey Bohman in the amount of $214,183.54.   Not available Not available
RES 10108 1d)Resolution authorizing the execution of an Amendment to a Professional Engineering Services Agreement with DKS Associates, for an additional $75,000, plus all applicable taxes, for a total contract amount of $150,000, plus all applicable taxes, to conduct and document six Road Safety Assessments along Bellevue’s High Injury Network for the School Zone Ped-Bike Road Safety Assessments (CIP Plan No. PW-R-205).   Not available Not available
RES 10109 1e)Resolution authorizing submittal of three grant applications requesting a combined total of up to $3.35 million from the State of Washington’s Recreation and Conservation Office (RCO) for (1) up to $2 million to assist with the cost of constructing a neighborhood park on 140th Avenue NE in the Bridle Trails Neighborhood Area, (2) up to $997,400 to assist with the cost of constructing a multi-use trail at Mercer Slough Nature Park to connect the Mountains to Sound and Eastrail regional trails, and (3) up to $350,000 to assist with the cost of replacing the existing aged synthetic turf sports field at Newport Hills Park.   Not available Not available
ORD 6666 1f)Ordinance 1) authorizing execution of a Spill Prevention, Preparedness, and Response Equipment Grant Agreement with the State of Washington Department of Ecology to accept grant funds in the amount of $166,900 for the purchase of hazardous materials air monitoring equipment; 2) amending the 2021-2022 budget, to authorize the acceptance and deposit of said funds into the Operating Grants, Donations, and Special Reserves Fund in the amount of $166,900; 3) appropriating the unanticipated grant revenues to that fund; and 4) authorizing expenditures of said grant funds for the purchase of hazardous materials air monitoring equipment.   Not available Not available
22-501 1a)Multimodal Concurrency Code Amendments   Not available Not available
22-502 1b)Regional Issues (Staff will present Council with an update on federal funding opportunities.)   Not available Not available
TMP-7095 1 COUNCIL DESK PACKET   Not available Not available