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Agenda Packet 07/02/2019Amended Agenda JULY 2, 2019 City of Port Angeles Council Meeting Agenda City Council Chambers, 321 East 51' Street The Mayor may determine the order of business for a particular City Council meeting. The agenda should be arranged to best serve the needs and/or convenience of the Council and the public. The Mayor will determine time of break. Hearing devices are available for those needing assistance. The items of business for regular Council meetings may include the following: A. Call to Order — Special Meeting at 5:15-6:00 p.m. - A closed Executive Session, under authority ofRCW 42.30.110(1) (i), to discuss potential litigation with legal counsel. Agenda amended to include: a closed Executive Session, under authority ofRCW 42.30.140(4), to discuss collective bargaining with an employee organization. Call to Order — Regular Meeting at 6:00 p.m. B. Roll Call, Pledge of Allegiance Ceremonial Matters, Proclamations & Employee Recognitions C. Public Comment The City Council desires to allow the opportunity for Public Comment. However, the business of the City must proceed in an orderly, timely manner. At its most restrictive, Public Comment shall be limited to a total of 15 minutes for the first Public Comment period and shall be concluded not later than 9:45 p. m. for the second Public Comment period. Individuals may speak for three minutes or less, depending on the number ofpeople wishing to speak. If more than 20 people are signed up to speak, each speaker may be allocated two minutes (Council Rules of Procedure Section 12). D. Late Items To be placed on this or future agendas, including any executive session needed during or at the end of the meeting. E. Consent Agenda I Approve 1. City Council Minutes of June 18, 2019 /Approve Minutes.............................................................................................E-1 2. Expenditure Report: From June 8, 2019 to June 21, 2019 in the Amount of $1,655,809.09 /Approve ..........................E-6 3. Material Purchase: Pad Mounted Electric Transformers Contract l Approve Contract in the amount of $69,190.03 ..... E-25 4. Resolution to Ratify Emergency Declaration l Adopt Resolution....................................................................................E-26 5. Release of Utility Easement Future PA Waterfront Center Site /Approve ..................................................................E-42 F. Public Hearings 16:30 p.m. or Soon Thereafter..................................................................................................None G. Ordinances Not Requiring Council Public Hearings.......................................................................................None 1. Amendments to the Electric Utility Code (changes do not affect rates) Conduct Second Reading of Ordinance /Adopt Ordinance........................................................................................................................................................................ G-1 2. Amendments to the Wastewater Utility Code (changes do not affect rates). Conduct Second Reading of Ordinance/ AdoptOrdinance.............................................................................................................................................................. G-11 H. Resolutions Not Requiring Council Public Hearings 1. Management/ Non -Represented COLA/ Adopt Resolution and Authorize Re -Organization ........................................ H-1 July 2, 2019 Port Angeles City Council Meeting Page 1 I. Other Considerations 1. Value of Trees Presentation by John Bornsworth / Presentation 2. Think Tank Discussion /Discussion to begin by 7:30p. m. if possible, or earlier, as the Agenda allows • Charter of Compassion.....................................................................................................................................I-1 • AWC Conference /Discussion J. Contracts & Purchasing 1. Parks Maintenance Building Purchase............................................................................................................................J-1 2. Lauridsen Blvd Overlay Contract Award........................................................................................................................ J-4 K Council Reports L. Information City Manager Reports: 1. 2019-2020 Council Calendar...........................................................................................................................................L-1 2. Code Enforcement / Information....................................................................................................................................L-3 M. Second Public Comment The City Council desires to allow the opportunity for Public Comment. However, the business of the City must proceed in an orderly, timely manner. At its most restrictive, Public Comment shall be limited to a total of 15 minutes for the first Public Comment period and shall be concluded not later than 9: 45 p. m. for the second Public Comment period. Individuals may speak for three minutes or less, depending on the number ofpeople wishing to speak. If more than 20 people are signed up to speak, each speaker may be allocated two minutes (Council Rules of Procedure Section 12). Adjournment PUBLIC HEARINGS Public hearings are set by the City Council in order to meet legal requirements. City Council may set a public hearing in order to receive public input prior to making decisions which impact citizens. Certain matters may be controversial and City Council may choose to seek public opinion through the public hearing process. July 2, 2019 Port Angeles City Council Meeting Page 2 :NINEL tNV 0 ity pecific IRON GR Resource Specific P 1. Briefly discuss services and benefits of trees in urban areas. 2. Tree ordinances??? 3. Three elements for effective tree ordinances. 1. Code 9 Support ,i. Enforcement 4. Conclusion Urban & community forests include all 10 public trees on streets and in parks, open and green space, native forest lands, and trees and shrubs growing on private land. Urban & community forests are shared community assets which provide substantial human, social, environmental and economic benefits and services. Trees in our community enhance our wellbeing, improve economic vibrancy, and -- offset costs related to stormwater infrastructure. 2007 USFS report shows two medium sized trees supply all the oxygen one person needs annually (McPherson, 2007). �. Trees reduce energy demand by 30% when used to shade a building (Simpson, 1996). 3. Urban trees in the continental U.S. store 770 million tons of carbon valued at $14.3 billion (Nowak, 2002). 4. Consumers shop longer and are wiling to pay more for services in business districts that have well-maintained trees (Wolf, 1999). 5. Well-maintained street trees in front of homes added $8,870 or 3.4% to real estate values, and similarly added value to adjacent properties (Donovan & Butry, 2010). 6. Patients in a hospital whose rooms faced green spaces had a 10% faster recovery rate and needed 50% less pain -relieving medication as contrasted with patients who had rooms facing a wall (Haq, 2011). 7. Precipitation is attenuated through evergreen tree foliage, reducing municipal stormwater usage and maintenance costs during low and moderate intensity storms (McPherson, 2013). 8. A study in 2007 shows variations in municipal urban forest policies and regulations directly corresponded to the characteristics of the regions urban forest (Conway and Urbani, 2007). China — Spice trade routes in 10 -century United States — Boston & eastern seaboard in 1890's. Western seaboard — Seattle, Tacoma, Vancouver in 1920's and 1950s. Tree ordinances are not a new concept. Above tree ordinances touch on all subjects from street tree replanting, to healthy tree preservation during development to conservation of canopy. Three Elements for Effective Tree Ordinances Coordinating these three elements secures and amplifies the benefits received from an urban & community forest. Community/ Enforcement Stakeholder Support Preserving and maintaining a healthy urban canopy is a public good. A public good is a product that one individual can consume without reducing its availability to others and from which no one is deprived. • Improvements to air quality and water quality • City-wide climate regulation and heat buffering • Increased economic potential and vitality Other public goods that are defined in municipal ordinance include: • Considerations on public health and conduct • Public safety requirements, building requirements • Preserving community character • Conservation of natural capital and environmental assets Community/ Enforcement Stakeholder Support Pr 1. Increased property values Reduced energy costs 3. Increased spending in business districts 4. Through hedonic regression statistics, it's identified well- maintained private and public trees are associated with reduced levels of crime, domestic violence, stress, and neighborhood break-ins. Urban trees and especially street trees amplify human experience and economic growth in communities. Throughout many scientific publications from the 90's forward, urban trees maintain a municipal return on investment between 15-25 years after installation. Trees are a municipal asset which accumulate equity. Chapter 11.13 - Street Trees 11.13.020 - Findings of fact. Street trees provide a wide range of environmental, social, aesthetic and economic benefits. The City of Port Angeles City Council hereby finds that these benefits include: A. Improvement of air quality through absorption of carbon dioxide, production of oxygen, and removal of particulate materials. B. Conservation of energy through reduction of weather impacts by shade production and wind moderation. C. Reduction of stormwater impacts by modifying runoff patterns to improve water quality; reduce surface erosion and the risk of landslides; reduce siltation and water pollution in the City's streams and the waters of the Port Angeles Harbor; and reduced flood hazard. D. Provision of habitat for wildlife. E. Increased property values. Community/ F. Enhancement of appearance and character of neighborhoods. Enforcement Stakeholder Support G. Relief from adverse impacts from environmental conditions including wind, rain, and sun. Pr (Ord. 3511, § 1, 7/15/2014) Community/ ■ Enforcement Stakeholder Support J Development driven tree protection No development, no tree protection or installation Enforcement unknown All street trees in Port Angeles • All street trees are managed by the city Community Forester. PAMC 11.13. • Not enforced Environmentally sensitive areas • As required by Growth Managing Act • Examples of non -enforcement Shoreline • As required by Shoreline Management Act • Examples of non -enforcement • CHAPTER 15.28 - CLEARING, GRADING, FILLING, AND DRAINAGE REGULATIONS • CHAPTER 17.34 - IH - INDUSTRIAL, HEAVY CHAPTER 17.37 - MCO - MIXED COMMERCIAL OVERLAY • CHAPTER 17.40 - PBP - PUBLIC BUILDINGS - PARKS • CHAPTER 17.44 - PLID - PLANNED LOW IMPACT DEVELOPMENT OVERLAY ZONE • CHAPTER 15.20 - ENVIRONMENTALLY SENSITIVE AREAS PROTECTION Other Common Elements of Municipal Tree Code COMMON TREE ORDINANCE ELEMENTS Designation of a tree board or advisory council. 2. Guidance for planting trees in rights-of-way. 3. Discourage and regulate tree disfigurement and mal -pruning of street trees and trees in commercial areas. 4. 5. 6. 7. COMPARISON WITH CURRENT PORT ANGELES X1. No current official tree board. N/ 2. City of Port Angeles Street Tree List 3. 11.13.050 Street Tree Pruning Requirements Landmark tree regulations X 4. No landmark tree regulations Protect native trees during commercial and/or 5. Protection of trees in high-density residential development. residential, commercial development. Limit the amount of healthy trees properties can remove annually. x 6. No current healthy tree removal limit. Management of trees in viewsheds. X 7. No reference to viewshed vegetation. Community Specific is Adopted Code Community/ Enforcement Stakeholder Support Port Angeles' Current Municipal Primary Tree Code PAMC Chapter 11.13 - Street Trees: o Applicable ONLY to all tree located within public ROW o Describes public benefit of street trees (shown on previous slide) o Establishes intent to promote tree canopy and protect street trees o Establishment of Community Forester and Community Forestry Account • Establishes mal -pruning of street trees as unlawful • Enforcement: It shall be the duty of the Community Forester to further the goals of this chapter. (PAMC 11.13.060(E)(5)) PAMC 11.13.060(C) Tree valuation method references Tree Preservation and Protection Section (11.13.050.F(2) - which does not exist in PAMC). Code exists for enforcement, but implementation may be the issue. %,UIII iiuIII Ly Specific Adopted Code Community/ Enforcement Stakeholder Support r..ti.r�r�rr Topped trees: • significantly elevated risk of failure and property damage • reduce property values nearby the trees • create negative public perception • decreased neighborhood character . . ....... ... .. . . . . .............. .... .... A Council appointed tree advisory council, separate from the Park's Department beautification council, is an effective return on investment for the City. This decision will relieve time associated with urban forest planning decisions from City Staff and provide direct citizen engagement in urban forest planning. Mal -pruning of street trees by adjacent property owners needs to be addressed and enforced. Compliance can help with future street tree care education, street tree planting, and further the City's street tree management goals. When the City or adjacent landowners remove trees from public streets, either due to tree risk, or through development, those streets should be replanted using the City of Port Angeles Approved Street Tree list. Questions? R'9J �i City Council Meeting PUBLIC COMMENT SIGN-UP SHEET July 2, 2019 Print Name Clearly Are you a City of Port Angeles resident or business owner. Yes or No Topic L� bYesor No Yes or No Yes or No Yes or No Yes or No Yes or No Yes or No Yes or No Yes or No Page 2 CITY COUNCIL MEETING Port Angeles, Washington June 18, 2019 CALL TO ORDER SPECIAL MEETING Mayor Bruch called the special meeting of the Port Angeles City Council to order at 4:30 p.m. Members Present: Mayor Bruch, Deputy Mayor Dexter, Councilmembers French, Kidd, Meredith, and Moran. Council member Schromen-Wawrin entered at 4:36 p.m. Members Absent: None Staff Present: City Manager West, Human Resources Manager Fountain, and Deputy Clerk Curran. EXECUTIVE SESSION Based on input from Manager Nathan West, Mayor Bruch announced the need for a closed Executive Session, under authority of RCW 42.30.140(4), to discuss collective bargaining with an employee organization. Council moved to the Jack Pittis Conference Room for Executive Session for approximately 30 minutes. The Executive Session convened at 4:31 p.m. and ended at 4:55 p.m. At the recommendation of Manager West, Mayor Bruch announced the need for a Special Budget Goals Work Session. Council returned to Council Chambers for the Budget Goals Work Session for approximately 55 minutes. The Budget Work Session convened at 5:03 p.m. and was open to the public. Manager West introduced Finance Director Sarina Carrizosa, who presented the Budget Overview, including revenues, and expenditures. Financial policies and budget calendar were also reviewed. Discussion followed with a focus on needs for code compliance, sidewalk safety, and maintenance costs. Manager West addressed code compliance, and noted there will be future discussions on code enforcement. ADJOURNMENT Mayor Bruch adjourned the Special Meeting at 5:51 p.m. CALL TO ORDER -REGULAR MEETING Mayor Bruch called the regular meeting of the Port Angeles City Council to order at 6:00 p.m. ROLL CALL Members Present: Mayor Bruch Deputy Mayor Dexter, Councilmembers French, Kidd, Merideth, Moran, and Schromen-Wawrin. Members Absent: None Staff Present: City Manager West, Attorney Bloor, Deputy Clerk Curran, C. Delikat, K. Dubuc, B. Smith, A. Brekke, T. Hunter, and S. Carrizosa. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE Mayor Bruch led the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag. CEREMONIAL MATTERS, PROCLAMATIONS & EMPLOYEE RECOGNITIONS Councilmember Kidd was recognized by Council for achieving Ms. Senior USA. PUBLIC COMMENT Susan Hillgren, residing outside of the city, suggested volunteers might help meet budget needs. She commented on The Answer for Youth retail sales and shared a new store will be opening soon. She also talked about garbage in the city, and Veterans Park meetings. July 2, 2019 E-1 PORT ANGELES CITY COUNCIL MEETING June 18, 2019 John Nutter, Director of Properties, Marinas & Airports at the Port of Port Angeles, city resident, announced Airport Appreciation Day on June 21, 2019 at Fairchild International Airport. LATE ITEMS TO BE PLACED ON THIS OR FUTURE AGENDAS as determined by City Manazer or Councilmember — It was moved by Schromen-Wawrin, and seconded by Dexter to: Add the All Washington Cities Voting Delegation discussion to the agenda. By consensus, Voting Delegation will be added to Think Tank Agenda Items under Other Considerations. Manager West added the City of Port Angeles Fire Department Annual Report for 2018 as Information Item number 7, and noted it was placed on the dais. CONSENT AGENDA It was moved by Kidd, and seconded by French to approve the Consent Agenda to include: 1. City Council Minutes: June 4, 2019 with a correction of Manager Nathan West's absence 2. Expenditure Report from May 25, 2019 to June 7, 2019 in the amount of $808,626.95 Motion carried 7-0. PUBLIC HEARINGS 1. 2020-2025 Capital Facilities Plan and Transportation Improvement Plan Manager West provided background on the CFP to be completed on June 30, 2019, and that it can be amended throughout the year. Director Delikat offered information on the infrastructure at City Pier. Discussion included Railroad Avenue as an arterial. Director Brekke shared information on the Downtown Improvement Plan. Council discussion followed. Mayor Bruch continued the public hearing at 6:35 p.m. Tara Dummett, city resident, spoke of how to prepare the city for survival. Marolee Smith, city resident, spoke of the mill and the perceived contaminants introduced into the air. Point of Order was called by Councilmember Moran. Mayor Bruch ruled that it was appropriate to continue. Jim Haguewood, Chamber of Commerce member and city resident, stated the group will meet tomorrow to start the Railroad Avenue discussion with downtown business associates. Jim McIntyre, county resident, stated the Port Angeles Business Association supported the Railroad Street overlay. He shared the Regional Transportation Planning Organization may be a partner in funding opportunities. The Mayor closed the Public Hearing at 7:01 p.m. Mayor Bruch read the resolution titled: RESOLUTION NO. A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Port Angeles, Washington, adopting the City's Capital Facilities Plan for 2020-2025, which includes the City's Transportation Improvement Program for the years 2020-2025. It was moved by Schromen-Wawrin and seconded by Kidd to: Approve the Capital Facilities Plan for 2020-2025 which includes the Transportation Plan. After discussion, Schromen-Wawrin withdrew his motion. It was moved by Kidd and seconded by Moran to: Approve the Capital Facilities Plan for 2020-2025 which includes the Transportation Improvement Plan with the addition of new railings for City pier. Motion carried 7-0. Page 2 of 5 July 2, 2019 E-2 PORT ANGELES CITY COUNCIL MEETING June 18, 2019 2. 2019 Amendment to the Comprehensive Plan Director Brekke presented information from the Comprehensive Plan, and recommended approval from Council. Mayor Bruch continued the Public Hearing at 7:16 p.m. As there were no public comments, Mayor Bruch closed the public hearing at 7:17 p.m. Mayor Bruch conducted the second reading of the ordinance by title, entitled, ORDINANCE NO. AN ORDINANCE of the City of Port Angeles, Washington adopting a new Amended Comprehensive Plan. It was moved by French and seconded by Dexter to: Approve the new amended Comprehensive Plan. Discussion followed. Motion carried 7-0 It was moved by Schromen-Wawrin and seconded by French to: Request clarification from the Planning Commission as to the status of Motion 2 from the Council last year. Council discussion followed. Merideth called the question and Moran seconded. Call for the question motion carried 7-0. Motion Vote 4-3. Motion failed with Moran, Kidd, and Merideth opposed. Mayor Bruch recessed the meeting for a break at 7:43 p.m. The meeting reconvened at 7:51 p.m. ORDINANCES REQUIRING COUNCIL PUBLIC HEARINGS 1. Amendments to the Electric Utility Port Angeles Municipal Code Public Works & Utilities Director Thomas Hunter gave background on the agenda item, saying the changes will update several sections of the City's municipal code. He stated the Utilities Advisory Committee reviewed the changes and forwarded a favorable recommendation to Council. Council discussion followed. Mayor Bruch conducted a first reading of the ordinance by title, entitled, ORDINANCE NO. AN ORDINANCE of the City of Port Angeles, Washington amending sections of the Port Angeles Municipal Code relating to electric services and charges. Mayor Bruch announced the Second reading will be continued to July 2nd meeting. 2. Amendments to the Wastewater Utility Port Angeles Municipal Code Public Works & Utilities Director Thomas Hunter provided background on the agenda item, stating the changes will update several sections of the City's municipal code relating to the wastewater utility. Council discussion followed. Mayor Bruch conducted a first reading of the ordinance by title, entitled, ORDINANCE NO. AN ORDINANCE of the City of Port Angeles, Washington amending Chapter 13.06 Industrial Wastewater provisions of the Port Angeles Municipal Code. Mayor Bruch announced the Second reading will be continued to July 2nd meeting. Page 3 of 5 July 2, 2019 E-3 PORT ANGELES CITY COUNCIL MEETING June 18, 2019 OTHER CONSIDERATIONS 1. Think Tank a. Compassion Charter Ideas: Mayor Bruch led the discussion and included a 5 Step Compassion Charter draft and stated it is a worldwide movement. The Mayor will provide the final version of Charter at next meeting. b. Advisory Board Discussion: Mayor Bruch spoke of the City's committees which are advisory to City Council. She noted City Council has the ability to task and utilize the committees to provide recommendations. Also, Council members are assigned by Committees and should report out and transition when Council vacates. c. Think Tank Agenda Items for Future Meetings: Mayor Bruch shared a chart with discussion items that have occurred and topics for future meetings. d. All Washington Cities Voting Delegation: The AWC allows three voting delegates at the Annual Conference held at the end of June 2019. Council Member Schromen-Wawrin recommended Mayor Bruch, Council member French and Schromen-Wawrin to be designated as voting delegates. It was moved by Dexter and seconded by Moran to: Delegate three Council members as voting delegates for the upcoming AWC Annual business meeting in Spokane, WA. Motion carried 7-0 CITY COUNCIL REPORTS Council Member Kidd shared her gratitude for the opportunity to represent Washington State and now holds the national title of Ms. Senior USA. Council Member Merideth reported the Port Angeles High School graduation at Civic Field was a success. Deputy Mayor Dexter shared she will participate in the Nursing student pinning ceremony at Peninsula College. Council Member Schromen-Wawrin attended a pro bono lawyers' drop in clinic, and was reminded of the tight housing market in Port Angeles and Clallam County. He would like to see support for the 2020 bill for funding for affordable housing. Council Member French reported he attended the Chamber of Commerce finance committee meeting and shared information for the Chamber July 41 celebrations. Council Member Moran attended the Jamestown Public Safety forum and Children's Advocacy Center ribbon cutting. Mayor Bruch attended the Marine Science Committee meeting with a presentation on Wellness on Science. She travelled to Washington DC, met with federal representatives, and discussed funding opportunities. She is a National Science Foundation participant, and discussed coastline health relative to science and policy. She attended the Lodging Tax Committee meeting with Clallam County and will be working on creating a masterplan. No other reports were given. INFORMATION City Manager West introduced the Fire Department Annual Report for 2018 that was placed on the dais for Council review and offered information on the Stage I Water curtailment. The City is making internal preparations for a potential water shortage this season. He shared the State Auditors Exit Conference is scheduled for this week, and will send an update of the outcome. Manager West noted the construction update and building report in the packet. Page 4 of 5 July 2, 2019 E-4 PORT ANGELES CITY COUNCIL MEETING June 18, 2019 SECOND PUBLIC COMMENT Marolee Smith, city resident, spoke of her disagreement of the Charter of Compassion. ADJOURNMENT Mayor Bruch adjourned the meeting at 8:37 p.m. Sissi Bruch Mayor Page 5 of 5 Sherry Curran, Deputy Clerk July 2, 2019 E-5 MEMO Finance Department Sarina Carrizosa Finance Director Trina McKee Senior Accountant MarySue French Senior Accountant Linda Khcriaty Financial Systems Analyst Melody Schneider Accountant Jane Perkins Payroll Specialist Julie Powell Accounting Technician Jason Jones Accounting Technician Nicole Blank Administrative Analyst Kathyellen Haney Customer Services Manager Tracy Rooks Utility Billing Specialist PORTNGELES WASH I N G T O N, U.S.A. July 2, 2019 We, the undersigned City Officials of the City of Port Angeles, do hereby certify that the merchandise and/or services herein specified have been received and that these claims are approved for payment in the amount of $1,655,809.09 this 2nd day of July, 2019. S—""' -P b"Wck Z li-� Mayor City Manager City of Port Angeles w City Council Expenditure Report r.4 Between Jun 8, 2019 and Jun 21, 2019 ;+IAnk�t Vendor DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE MISC DEPOSIT & PERMIT REFUNDS SYMBOLARTS, LLC WA STATE PATROL WASHINGTON (DOL), STATE OF Division Total: Department Total: Description Excise Tax Returns -May Excise Tax Returns -May Excise Tax Returns -May CAMPFIRE CLUBHOUSE DEPOSI LOOMIS DEPOSIT REFUND VERN BURTON DEPOSIT REFUN POLICE EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY MAY FINGERPRINT FEES MAY CPLS & 1 FIREARMS DEA 3 DENIED CPLS PGP001186,1 MISC TRAVEL CURRAN-CLERKS INSTITUTE City Clerk Division Total: City Manager Department Total: OLYMPIC STATIONERS INC OFFICE SUPPLIES, GENERAL Finance Administration Division Total: DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE Excise Tax Returns -May MISC TRAVEL FRENCH-GFOA TRAINING CLAS MCKEE-GFOA TRAINING CLASS Accounting Division Total: DATABAR INCORPORATED LEXISNEXIS PAYMENTUS GROUP INC PORT ANGELES CITY TREASURER MISC PROFESSIONAL SERVICE MISC PROFESSIONAL SERVICE MISC PROFESSIONAL SERVICE MISC PROFESSIONAL SERVICE FINANCIAL SERVICES Transaction Fees Transaction Fees Key chains for meter trks Cleaning supplies for int Customer Service Division Total: Finance Department Total: CLALLAM CNTY COMMISSIONER'S SUPPLIES OFFICE Jail Contributions Division Total: Account Number 001-0000-237.00-00 001-0000-237.10-00 001-0000-237.30-00 001-0000-239.10-00 001-0000-239.10-00 001-0000-239.10-00 001-0000-237.00-00 001-0000-229.50-00 001-0000-229.60-00 001-0000-229.60-00 001-1230-514.43-10 001-2020-514.31-01 001-2023-514.44-50 001-2023-514.43-10 001-2023-514.43-10 001-2025-514.41-50 001-2025-514.41-50 001-2025-514.41-50 001-2025-514.41-50 001-2025-514.41-50 001-2025-514.41-50 001-2025-514.41-50 001-2025-514.31-11 001-2025-514.31-80 001-3012-598.51-23 Amount 6,448.09 103.93 595.00 50.00 50.00 200.00 (11.31) 318.00 575.00 54.00 $8,382.71 $8,382.71 214.23 $214.23 $214.23 15.00 $15.00 70.52 381.60 387.40 $839.52 1,305.84 3,091.32 2,239.76 1,884.02 54.35 165.00 5,234.50 4.79 22.21 $14,001.79 $14,856.31 72,561.44 $72,561.44 Page 1 of 19 Jun 25, 2019 3:47:49 PM July 2, 2019 E-6 City of Port Angeles w City Council Expenditure Report r.4 Between Jun 8, 2019 and Jun 21, 2019 ;+IAnk�t Vendor BERK CONSULTING, INC LEXISNEXIS MISC TRAVEL PORT ANGELES CITY TREASURER City Attorney Division Total: City Attorney Department Total: PACIFIC OFFICE EQUIPMENT INC Building Division Total: MISC TRAVEL WECHNER CONSULTING Description BERK CONSULTING.MAY LEXISNEXIS RESEARCH.APRIL COWGILL-EDMISTON MEDIATIO DEFRANG-PRA TRAINING MOLAY-PRA TRAINING Code enforcement copies - death cert copy - J Defra Office Supplies - W Bloor SUPPLIES BRAUDRICK-APA NPC19 PROGR CONSULTING SERVICES CONSULTING SERVICES Planning Division Total: Community Development Department Total: LEXISNEXIS DATA PROC SERV &SOFTWARE MISC EMPLOYEE EXPENSE RADIO EAR PIECE REIMBURSEMENT WA ASSN OF SHERIFFS & POLICE HUMAN SERVICES Police Administration Division Total: CURTIS & SONS INC, L N CLOTHING & APPAREL MISC TRAVEL KUCH-WA ST NARCOTICS INVE PENINSULA AWARDS & TROPHIES THOMSON REUTERS -WEST Investigation Division Total: BLUE MTN ANIMAL CLINIC GALLS MARTIN-RONDEAU TRIAL EMBOSSING/ENGRAVING SECURITY,FIRE,SAFETY SERV MISC PROFESSIONAL SERVICE MISC PROFESSIONAL SERVICE CLOTHING & APPAREL CLOTHING & APPAREL CLOTHING & APPAREL CLOTHING & APPAREL CLOTHING & APPAREL Account Number 001-3030-515.41-50 001-3030-515.31-01 001-3030-515.43-10 001-3030-515.43-10 001-3030-515.43-10 001-3030-515.31-01 001-3030-515.31-01 001-3030-515.31-01 001-4050-558.31-01 001-4060-558.43-10 001-4060-558.41-50 001-4060-558.41-50 001-5010-521.49-01 001-5010-521.31-11 001-5010-521.43-10 001-5021-521.31-11 001-5021-521.43-10 001-5021-521.43-10 001-5021-521.31-01 001-5021-521.49-01 001-5022-521.49-80 001-5022-521.49-80 001-5022-521.31-11 001-5022-521.31-11 001-5022-521.31-11 001-5022-521.31-11 001-5022-521.31-11 Amount 8,872.65 375.02 130.12 49.50 49.50 5.25 20.00 9.77 $9,511.81 $82,073.25 21.75 $21.75 1,712.48 6,050.00 5,867.50 $13,629.98 $13,651.73 54.35 75.00 300.00 $429.35 31.47 48.00 19.00 41.34 354.73 $494.54 41.18 304.64 3.25 369.52 17.34 104.30 115.66 Page 2 of 19 Jun 25, 2019 3:47:49 PM July 2, 2019 E-7 - w r�;+lAnk� City of Port Angeles City Council Expenditure Report Between Jun 8, 2019 and Jun 21, 2019 Vendor Description Account Number Amount LINCOLN STREET STATION EXTERNAL LABOR 001-5022-521.42-10 73.80 EXTERNAL LABOR 001-5022-521.42-10 23.80 EXTERNAL LABOR 001-5022-521.42-10 10.94 EXTERNAL LABOR 001-5022-521.42-10 47.92 EXTERNAL LABOR 001-5022-521.42-10 10.60 MISC EMPLOYEE EXPENSE COSEQUIN FOR CANINE COPPE 001-5022-521.49-80 81.80 REIMBURSEMENT MISC ONE-TIME VENDORS 4 DAYS BOARDING FOR COPPE 001-5022-521.49-80 140.00 OLYMPIC PENINSULA COMMUNITY MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 001-5022-521.41-50 8,877.78 CLINIC PROFORCE LAW ENFORCEMENT POLICE EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY 001-5022-521.35-01 1,288.35 SOUND UNIFORM CLOTHING & APPAREL 001-5022-521.31-11 504.72 SOLUTIONS/BRATWEAR SYMBOLARTS, LLC POLICE EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY 001-5022-521.31-11 141.31 TRI -TECH FORENSICS, INC EXTERNAL LABOR 001-5022-521.31-80 18.00 FURNITURE,HEALTH& HOSPITL 001-5022-521.31-80 333.75 WA STATE CRIMINAL JUSTICE HUMAN SERVICES 001-5022-521.43-10 250.00 Patrol Division Total: $12,758.66 SWAIN'S GENERAL STORE INC HARDWARE,AND ALLIED ITEMS 001-5026-521.31-80 15.66 SYMBOLARTS, LLC POLICE EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY 001-5026-521.31-11 379.50 Reserves & Volunteers Division Total: $395.16 PEN PRINT INC PRINTING,SILK SCR,TYPSET 001-5029-521.31-01 755.47 QUILL CORPORATION SUPPLIES 001-5029-521.31-01 102.90 WAPRO CONSULTING SERVICES 001-5029-521.43-10 100.00 Records Division Total: $958.37 Police Department Total: $15,036.08 OLYMPIC STATIONERS INC SUPPLIES 001-6010-522.31-01 14.22 PORT ANGELES CITY TREASURER Lunch Paramedic practial 001-6010-522.31-01 12.83 Lunch for emt interviews 001-6010-522.31-01 32.56 Fire Administration Division Total: $59.61 GRAINGER SUPPLIES 001-6020-522.31-01 338.60 INDUSTRIAL SCIENTIFIC MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 001-6020-522.41-50 1,323.90 CORPORATION J B'S UPHOLSTERY TARP REPAIR 001-6020-522.31-02 54.35 LIGHTHOUSE UNIFORM CLOTHING & APPAREL 001-6020-522.31-11 504.31 SWAIN'S GENERAL STORE INC SUPPLIES 001-6020-522.31-01 7.94 Page 3 of 19 Jun 25, 2019 3:47:49 PM July 2, 2019 E-8 - "w ,4 City of Port Angeles City Council Expenditure Report Between Jun 8, 2019 and Jun 21, 2019 Vendor Description Account Number Amount Fire Suppression Division Total: $2,229.10 A-1 PERFORMANCE, INC EQUIP MAINT & REPAIR SERV 001-6050-522.41-50 307.25 OLYMPIC PARTY & CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES 001-6050-522.31-01 275.60 SUPPLIES SWAIN'S GENERAL STORE INC SUPPLIES 001-6050-522.31-01 37.37 SUPPLIES 001-6050-522.31-20 14.07 Facilities Maintenance Division Total: $634.29 GLOBALSTAR USA 05-16 A/C 1.50018853 001-6060-525.42-10 120.09 Emergency Management Division Total: $120.09 Fire Department Total: $3,043.09 AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES SUPPLIES 001-7010-532.31-01 62.65 MISC EMPLOYEE EXPENSE MILEAGE REIMBURSMENT 001-7010-532.43-10 27.38 REIMBURSEMENT OFFICE DEPOT SUPPLIES 001-7010-532.31-01 314.23 OLYMPIC STATIONERS INC SUPPLIES 001-7010-532.31-01 6.83 PACIFIC OFFICE EQUIPMENT INC SUPPLIES 001-7010-532.31-01 0.03 PEN PRINT INC SUPPLIES 001-7010-532.31-01 32.61 PORT ANGELES CITY TREASURER Public Works Week employ 001-7010-532.31-01 15.85 SCHUNZEL, STEVEN THOMAS DATA PROC SERV &SOFTWARE 001-7010-532.41-50 600.00 Public Works Admin. Division Total: $1,059.58 Public Works & Utilities Department Total: $1,059.58 OLYMPIC STATIONERS INC SUPPLIES 001-8010-574.31-01 58.70 PACIFIC OFFICE EQUIPMENT INC SUPPLIES 001-8010-574.31-01 67.54 Parks Administration Division Total: $126.24 HOME DEPOT PRO-SUPPLYWORKS SUPPLIES 001-8012-555.31-01 162.94 Senior Center Division Total: $162.94 DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE Excise Tax Returns -May 001-8050-536.44-50 253.03 MISC DEPOSIT & PERMIT REFUNDS SALE BACK 2 GRAVE LOTS TO 001-8050-343.60-12 380.00 MISC EMPLOYEE EXPENSE 05-18-19 BURIAL OT - TOM 001-8050-536.31-01 19.00 REIMBURSEMENT 5-18-19 BURIAL OT - BRIAN 001-8050-536.31-01 19.00 QUIRING MONUMENTS INC SUPPLIES 001-8050-536.34-01 380.00 THURMAN SUPPLY SUPPLIES 001-8050-536.31-20 32.45 Ocean View Cemetery Division Total: $1,083.48 ANGELES MILLWORK & LUMBER SUPPLIES 001-8080-576.31-20 127.23 SUPPLIES 001-8080-576.31-20 107.79 Page 4 of 19 Jun 25, 2019 3:47:49 PM July 2, 2019 E-9 City of Port Angeles w City Council Expenditure Report - Between Jun 8, 2019 and Jun 21, 2019 Vendor ANGELES MILLWORK & LUMBER COLUMBIA RURAL ELECTRIC ASSN, INC HEARTLINE HI -TECH ELECTRONICS INC PEN PRINT INC SKAGIT GARDENS INC SWAIN'S GENERAL STORE INC SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES Parks Facilities Division Total: Parks & Recreation Department Total: JIM'S REFRIGERATION SERVICE SUPPLIES Senior Center Facilities Division Total: ANGELES MILLWORK & LUMBER SUPPLIES FIRE CHIEF EQUIPMENT CO, INC JIM'S REFRIGERATION SERVICE SWAIN'S GENERAL STORE INC SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES Description Account Number 001-8080-576.31-20 001-8080-576.31-20 001-8080-576.31-20 001-8080-576.31-20 001-8080-576.31-20 001-8080-576.31-20 001-8080-576.31-20 001-8080-576.43-10 001-8080-576.31-40 001-8080-576.31-40 001-8080-576.49-90 001-8080-576.31-01 001-8080-576.31-40 001-8080-576.31-40 001-8080-576.31-01 001-8080-576.31-20 001-8080-576.31-01 001-8080-576.31-20 001-8080-576.31-40 001-8112-555.48-10 001-8131-518.35-01 001-8131-518.31-20 001-8131-518.31-20 001-8131-518.31-20 001-8131-518.31-20 001-8131-518.31-20 001-8131-518.31-20 001-8131-518.31-20 001-8131-518.48-10 001-8131-518.48-10 001-8131-518.35-01 Amount 520.13 7.41 18.37 18.44 144.56 170.04 46.43 247.00 26.09 28.26 312.93 298.93 2,060.91 393.21 59.75 29.39 19.50 1,181.45 297.25 $6,115.07 $7,487.73 342.41 $342.41 11.99 42.68 461.22 617.00 68.24 33.10 32.63 40.86 97.83 347.84 37.98 Page 5 of 19 Jun 25, 2019 3:47:49 PM July 2, 2019 E-10 City of Port Angeles w 1L�- City Council Expenditure Report x�,qqBt J 8 2019 d J 21 between un an un , 2019 Vendor Description Account Number Amount SWAIN'S GENERAL STORE INC SUPPLIES 001-8131-518.31-20 47.15 THURMAN SUPPLY SUPPLIES 001-8131-518.31-20 166.17 THYSSENKRUPP ELEVATOR CORP SUPPLIES 001-8131-518.48-10 1,262.85 Central Svcs Facilities Division Total: $3,267.54 ASM SIGNS SUPPLIES 001-8155-575.41-50 570.68 CLALLAM CNTY DIV OF ENV SUPPLIES 001-8155-575.31-20 93.00 HEALTH SUPPLIES 001-8155-575.31-20 463.00 MISC ONE-TIME VENDORS BIODEGRADABLE PLATES,BOWL 001-8155-575.41-50 1,500.00 Facility Rentals Division Total: $2,626.68 Facilities Maintenance Department Total: $6,236.63 CAPTAIN T'S SUPPLIES 001-8221-574.31-01 135.79 SUPPLIES 001-8221-574.31-01 333.40 DRAKE, RICHARD UMPIRE PAYMENT FOR LEAGUE 001-8221-574.41-50 400.00 DUCE, THOMAS W. UMPIRE PAYMENT FOR LEAGUE 001-8221-574.41-50 425.00 FARMER, JESSE H. UMPIRE PAYMENT FOR LEAGUE 001-8221-574.41-50 125.00 HART, KRISTINA JO UMPIRE PAYMENT FOR LEAGUE 001-8221-574.41-50 175.00 HEILMAN, JOHN UMPIRE PAYMENT FOR SOFTBA 001-8221-574.41-50 150.00 HILL, JUSTIN HOWIE UMPIRE PAYMENT FOR LEAGUE 001-8221-574.41-50 225.00 KEESEE, ROBERT W. UMPIRE PAYMENT FOR LEAGUE 001-8221-574.41-50 350.00 PIMENTEL, HENRY UMPIRE PAYMENT FOR LEAGUE 001-8221-574.41-50 575.00 RAMSEY, SCOTT UMPIRE PAYMENT FOR LEAGUE 001-8221-574.41-50 425.00 ROONEY, RANDY L UMPIRE PAYMENT FOR LEAGUE 001-8221-574.41-50 550.00 SPENCER, KC JAMES UMPIRE PAYMENT FOR LEAGUE 001-8221-574.41-50 250.00 SWAIN'S GENERAL STORE INC SUPPLIES 001-8221-574.31-01 367.53 WA AMATEUR SOFTBALL ASSN TOURNEY ASSESSMENT & TEAM 001-8221-574.41-50 57.00 Sports Programs Division Total: $4,543.72 Recreation Activities Department Total: $4,543.72 General Fund Fund Total: $156,585.06 PORT ANGELES CHAMBER OF REAL PROPERTY,RENT/LEASE 101-1430-557.41-50 6,341.00 COMM Lodging Excise Tax Division Total: $6,341.00 Lodging Excise Tax Department Total: $6,341.00 Lodging Excise Tax Fund Total: $6,341.00 3M MARKERS, PLAQUES,SIGNS 102-0000-237.00-00 (55.02) DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE Excise Tax Returns-May 102-0000-237.00-00 155.10 Page 6 of 19 Jun 25, 2019 3:47:49 PM July 2, 2019 E-11 City of Port Angeles "w City Council Expenditure Report Between Jun 8, 2019 and Jun 21, 2019 Vendor DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE Division Total: Department Total: 3M A-1 PERFORMANCE, INC ALPINE PRODUCTS, INC COLUMBIA RURAL ELECTRIC ASSN, INC OFFICE DEPOT PUD #1 OF CLALLAM COUNTY TRAFFIC SAFETY SUPPLY CO Description Excise Tax Returns -May MARKERS, PLAQUES,SIGNS BUILDING MAINT&REPAIR SER BUILDING MAINT&REPAIR SER PW CONSTRUCTION & RELATED ROAD/HIGHWAY EQUIPMENT SECURITY,FIRE,SAFETY SERV SUPPLIES MISC PROFESSIONAL SERVICE MISC PROFESSIONAL SERVICE PW CONSTRUCTION & RELATED FASTENERS, FASTENING DEVS Street Division Total: Public Works -Street Department Total: Street Fund Total: DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE Excise Tax Returns -May Division Total: Department Total: CAPTAIN T'S CLOTHING & APPAREL CENTURYLINK-QWEST 06-02 A/C Z020380301 B QUALITY LOGO PRODUCTS FOODS: STAPLE GROCERY QUILL CORPORATION TYLER TECHNOLOGIES, INC VERTIV FOODS: STAPLE GROCERY PRINTING,SILK SCR,TYPSET PRINTING,SILK SCR,TYPSET SHIPPING AND HANDLING SHIPPING AND HANDLING BAGS, BAGGING,TIES,EROSION PRINTING,SILK SCR,TYPSET SHIPPING AND HANDLING COMPUTERS,DP & WORD PROC CONSULTING SERVICES BUILDING MAINT&REPAIR SER Account Number 102-0000-237.10-00 102-7230-542.31-25 102-7230-542.41-50 102-7230-542.41-50 102-7230-542.31-25 102-7230-542.31-25 102-7230-542.43-10 102-7230-542.31-01 102-7230-542.47-10 102-7230-542.47-10 102-7230-542.31-25 102-7230-542.31-25 107-0000-237.00-00 107-5160-528.20-80 107-5160-528.42-11 107-5160-528.31-61 107-5160-528.31-61 107-5160-528.31-61 107-5160-528.31-61 107-5160-528.31-61 107-5160-528.31-61 107-5160-528.31-61 107-5160-528.31-61 107-5160-528.31-61 107-5160-528.31-01 107-5160-528.48-10 107-5160-528.48-10 Amount 15.61 $115.69 $115.69 687.34 105.13 105.13 114.53 256.30 247.00 52.99 17.82 11.88 18,848.38 687.73 $21,134.23 $21,134.23 $21,249.92 3.05 $3.05 $3.05 187.92 183.28 326.10 326.10 10.87 10.87 80.07 80.07 3,727.32 27.18 397.08 155.54 7,326.38 1,792.89 Page 7 of 19 Jun 25, 2019 3:47:49 PM July 2, 2019 E-12 -- - City of Port Angeles City Council Expenditure Report Between Jun 8, 2019 and Jun 21, 2019 Vendor Description Account Number Amount VOIANCE LANGUAGE SERVICES, MISC PROFESSIONAL SERVICE 107-5160-528.42-11 14.48 LLC WEST SAFETY SOLUTIONS DATA PROC SERV &SOFTWARE 107-5160-528.42-11 27,718.50 Pencom Division Total: $42,364.65 Pencom Department Total: $42,364.65 Pencom Fund Total: $42,367.70 SARGENT ENGINEERING, INC CONSULTING SERVICES 312-7930-595.65-10 904.14 WENGLER SURVEYING & MAPPING ENGINEERING SERVICES 312-7930-595.65-10 16,465.00 GF -Street Projects Division Total: $17,369.14 Capital Projects -Pub Wks Department Total: $17,369.14 Transportation Benefit Fund Total: $17,369.14 MISC UTILITY DEPOSIT REFUNDS OVERPAYMENT -1311 W 10TH 401-0000-122.10-99 450.58 FINAL BILL REFUND 401-0000-122.10-99 5.57 FINAL BILL REFUND 401-0000-122.10-99 6.14 FINAL BILL REFUND 401-0000-122.10-99 6.39 FINAL BILL REFUND 401-0000-122.10-99 10.55 FINAL BILL REFUND 401-0000-122.10-99 16.94 FINAL BILL REFUND 401-0000-122.10-99 17.96 FINAL BILL REFUND 401-0000-122.10-99 40.15 FINAL BILL REFUND 401-0000-122.10-99 43.28 FINAL BILL REFUND 401-0000-122.10-99 53.31 FINAL BILL REFUND 401-0000-122.10-99 80.57 FINAL BILL REFUND 401-0000-122.10-99 88.41 FINAL BILL REFUND 401-0000-122.10-99 102.91 FINAL BILL REFUND 401-0000-122.10-99 116.88 FINAL BILL REFUND 401-0000-122.10-99 125.70 FINAL BILL REFUND 401-0000-122.10-99 159.60 FINAL CREDIT -314 E 2ND ST 401-0000-122.10-99 42.70 Division Total: $1,367.64 Department Total: $1,367.64 MISC TRAVEL R SMITH-NWPPA TRAINING 401-7111-533.43-10 22.50 OFFICE DEPOT SUPPLIES 401-7111-533.31-01 277.15 Engineering -Electric Division Total: $299.65 A-1 PERFORMANCE, INC BUILDING MAINT&REPAIR SER 401-7180-533.41-50 281.65 BUILDING MAINT&REPAIR SER 401-7180-533.41-50 281.65 Page 8 of 19 Jun 25, 2019 3:47:49 PM July 2, 2019 E-13 City of Port Angeles "w City Council Expenditure Report 4 Between Jun 8, 2019 and Jun 21, 2019 Vendor ALDERGROVE CONSTRUCTION INC AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES ANGELES MILLWORK & LUMBER CED/CONSOLIDATED ELEC DIST COLUMBIA RURAL ELECTRIC ASSN, INC DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE DEPT OF LABOR & INDUSTRIES INDUSTRIAL SCIENTIFIC CORPORATION KRENZ & COMPANY, INC. MATT'S TOOLS USA, LLC MISC EMPLOYEE EXPENSE REIMBURSEMENT OLYMPIC PARTY & CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES OLYMPIC STATIONERS INC PACIFIC OFFICE EQUIPMENT INC PLATT ELECTRIC SUPPLY INC SECURITY SERVICES NW, INC SOUND PUBLISHING INC THURMAN SUPPLY Description ROADSIDE,GRNDS,REC, PARK PAPER & PLASTIC-DISPOSABL RADIO & TELECOMMUNICATION RADIO & TELECOMMUNICATION PAINTS, COATI NGS,WALLPAPER FASTENERS, FASTENING DEVS ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY PAINTS, COATI NGS,WALLPAPER ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY SECURITY,FIRE,SAFETY SERV Excise Tax Returns -May MISC PROFESSIONAL SERVICE MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY MILEAGE REIMBURSMENT JANITORIAL SUPPLIES SCHOOL EQUIP& SUPPLIES MATERIAL HNDLING&STOR EQP ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY COMMUNICATIONS/MEDIA SERV COMMUNICATIONS/MEDIA SERV ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY AGRICULTURAL EQUIP&IMPLEM PLUMBING EQUIP FIXT,SUPP Account Number 401-7180-533.48-10 401-7180-533.31-01 401-7180-533.31-01 401-7180-533.31-01 401-7180-533.34-02 401-7180-533.34-02 401-7180-533.34-02 401-7180-533.34-02 401-7180-533.34-02 401-7180-533.34-02 401-7180-533.34-02 401-7180-533.31-20 401-7180-533.31-01 401-7180-533.34-02 401-7180-533.35-01 401-7180-533.41-50 401-7180-533.44-50 401-7180-533.31-20 401-7180-533.41-50 401-7180-533.34-02 401-7180-533.34-02 401-7180-533.35-01 401-7180-533.43-10 401-7180-533.31-01 401-7180-533.31-01 401-7180-533.31-01 401-7180-533.31-01 401-7180-533.41-50 401-7180-533.41-15 401-7180-533.34-02 401-7180-533.31-20 401-7180-533.31-20 Amount 2,394.66 65.08 39.05 62.96 10.89 25.63 91.31 478.95 37.39 218.30 130.44 36.96 317.10 364.15 254.36 1,974.00 61,724.98 160.78 1,323.90 518.52 564.96 70.52 5.57 35.87 67.99 (48.92) 50.13 750.00 134.30 40.95 49.43 21.22 Page 9 of 19 Jun 25, 2019 3:47:49 PM July 2, 2019 E-14 Vendor TYNDALE COMPANY WESCO DISTRIBUTION INC City of Port Angeles "w City Council Expenditure Report 'k- Between Jun 8, 2019 and Jun 21, 2019 Description FIRE PROTECTION EQUIP/SUP FIRE PROTECTION EQUIP/SUP FIRE PROTECTION EQUIP/SUP FIRE PROTECTION EQUIP/SUP FIRE PROTECTION EQUIP/SUP FIRE PROTECTION EQUIP/SUP FIRE PROTECTION EQUIP/SUP FIRE PROTECTION EQUIP/SUP ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY Electric Operations Division Total: Public Works -Electric Department Total: Electric Utility Fund Total: CORE & MAIN LP PIPE AND TUBING DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE Excise Tax Returns -May Division Total: Department Total: ANGELES MILLWORK & LUMBER PIPE AND TUBING COLUMBIA RURAL ELECTRIC SECURITY,FIRE,SAFETY SERV ASSN, INC CORE & MAIN LP PIPE FITTINGS DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE Excise Tax Returns -May EDGE ANALYTICAL MISC PROFESSIONAL SERVICE FASTENAL INDUSTRIAL HAND TOOLS ,POW&NON POWER MAC AIR NORTHWEST, LLC EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE,REC MISC CITY CONSERVATION CITY REBATE REBATES OFFICE DEPOT SUPPLIES PORT ANGELES POWER LAWN MAINTENANCE EQUIP EQUIPMENT SHOTWELL CORP, JONATHAN BUILDING MAINT&REPAIR SER SIEMENS INDUSTRY, INC.- TESTING&CALIBRATION SERVI GEORGIA SPECTRA LABORATORIES-KITSAP TESTING&CALIBRATION SERVI SWAIN'S GENERAL STORE INC TESTING&CALIBRATION SERVI ROADS IDE,GRNIDS, REC, PARK Account Number 401-7180-533.31-01 401-7180-533.34-02 401-7180-533.31-01 401-7180-533.34-02 401-7180-533.31-01 401-7180-533.31-01 401-7180-533.31-01 401-7180-533.31-01 401-7180-533.34-02 401-7180-533.34-02 402-0000-141.40-00 402-0000-237.00-00 402-7380-534.31-20 402-7380-534.43-10 402-7380-534.31-20 402-7380-534.44-50 402-7380-534.41-50 402-7380-534.35-01 402-7380-534.48-10 402-7380-534.49-90 402-7380-534.31-01 402-7380-534.35-01 402-7380-534.48-10 402-7380-534.45-30 402-7380-534.41-50 402-7380-534.41-50 402-7380-534.31-20 Amount 195.50 426.65 260.67 137.94 33.98 68.97 174.57 149.03 232.18 287.62 $74,501.84 $74,801.49 $76,169.13 1,940.95 154.52 $2,095.47 $2,095.47 85.44 247.00 1,366.36 22,332.32 241.00 306.44 9,992.79 100.00 53.00 653.08 20.00 305.45 235.00 235.00 11.89 Page 10 of 19 Jun 25, 2019 3:47:49 PM July 2, 2019 E-15 City of Port Angeles "w City Council Expenditure Report ,4 Between Jun 8, 2019 and Jun 21, 2019 Vendor Description TECHNICAL SYSTEMS, INC ENGINEERING SERVICES THURMAN SUPPLY PUMPS & ACCESSORIES Water Division Total: CONTRACT HARDWARE INC HARDWARE,AND ALLIED ITEMS DM DISPOSAL CO. BUILDING MAINT&REPAIR SER HARBOR FREIGHT TOOLS HAND TOOLS ,POW&NON POWER NORTON CORROSION LTD ENGINEERING SERVICES Industrial Water Treatmnt Division Total: Public Works -Water Department Total: Water Utility Fund Total: BRUCH & BRUCH CONSTRUCTION Release Retainage INC DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE Excise Tax Returns -May NCL NORTH CENTRAL CHEMICAL LAB EQUIP & SUPP LABORATORIES Division Total: Department Total: ALDERGROVE CONSTRUCTION INC ROADSIDE,GRNDS,REC, PARK ANALYTICAL TECHNOLOGY, INC. WATER SEWAGE TREATMENT EQ ANGELES MILLWORK & LUMBER BLDG CONSTRUC. SERVICES - BUILDER'S SUPPLIES BACKFLOW PARTS USA PLUMBING EQUIP FIXT,SUPP COLUMBIA RURAL ELECTRIC SECURITY,FIRE,SAFETY SERV ASSN, INC CUES DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE DYKMAN ELECTRICAL, INC FASTENAL INDUSTRIAL HASA, INC MISC TRAVEL NCL NORTH CENTRAL LABORATORIES OFFICE DEPOT PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT Excise Tax Returns -May ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY PUMPS & ACCESSORIES FASTENERS, FASTENING DEVS FIRST AID & SAFETY EQUIP. CHEMICAL, COMMERCIAL,BULK RICHMOND -DELIVER WWTP EFF CHEMICAL LAB EQUIP & SUPP SUPPLIES Account Number 402-7380-534.48-02 402-7380-534.35-01 402-7382-534.31-01 402-7382-534.47-10 402-7382-534.35-01 402-7382-534.48-10 403-0000-223.40-00 403-0000-237.00-00 403-0000-237.00-00 403-7480-535.48-10 403-7480-535.35-01 403-7480-535.48-10 403-7480-535.31-01 403-7480-535.31-20 403-7480-535.43-10 403-7480-535.35-01 403-7480-535.44-50 403-7480-535.31-20 403-7480-535.31-20 403-7480-594.64-10 403-7480-535.31-01 403-7480-535.31-01 403-7480-535.31-05 403-7480-535.43-10 403-7480-535.31-01 403-7480-535.31-01 Amount 157.70 335.43 $36,677.90 994.88 49.12 732.38 2,281.00 $4,057.38 $40,735.28 $42,830.75 1,940.08 99.89 (50.38) $1,989.59 $1,989.59 646.77 5,151.31 280.36 15.20 334.40 247.00 530.15 16,441.86 235.48 (662.74) 7,950.32 35.76 19.44 5,428.81 23.75 629.44 52.99 Page 11 of 19 Jun 25, 2019 3:47:49 PM July 2, 2019 E-16 City of Port Angeles "w City Council Expenditure Report 4 Between Jun 8, 2019 and Jun 21, 2019 Vendor PLATT ELECTRIC SUPPLY INC PORT ANGELES CITY TREASURER Description ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY Stamps - J Young APC uninterruptable power UPS purchase - J Young PUD #1 OF CLALLAM COUNTY MISC PROFESSIONAL SERVICE SIEMENS INDUSTRY, INC.- TESTING&CALIBRATION SERVI GEORGIA SWAIN'S GENERAL STORE INC SUPPLIES TECHNICAL SYSTEMS, INC ENGINEERING SERVICES USA BLUEBOOK WATER&SEWER TREATING CHEM Wastewater Division Total: Public Works-WW/Stormwtr Department Total: Wastewater Utility Fund Total: A/R MISCELLANEOUS REFUNDS OVERPMT TRANSFER STN FEES DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE Excise Tax Returns -May Excise Tax Returns -May ROTATIONAL MOLDING, INC HARDWARE,AND ALLIED ITEMS Division Total: Department Total: AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES CLALLAM CNTY SOLID WASTE DEPT COLUMBIA RURAL ELECTRIC ASSN, INC DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE MATT'S TOOLS USA, LLC MISC EMPLOYEE EXPENSE REIMBURSEMENT MISC ONE-TIME VENDORS MISC TRAVEL OFFICE DEPOT PORT ANGELES POWER EQUIPMENT SWAIN'S GENERAL STORE INC SUPPLIES BLDG CONSTRUC. SERVICES- SECURITY,FIRE,SAFETY SERV Excise Tax Returns -May HAND TOOLS ,POW&NON POWER MILEAGE REIMBURSMENT MILEAGE REIMBURSMENT PLATE ADVERTISING SPLIT W HARRIS -OLYMPIC VIEW TRANS PAYNTER-OLYMPIC VIEW TRAN SUPPLIES HAND TOOLS ,POW&NON POWER AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS SUPPLIES SUPPLIES Account Number 403-7480-535.31-20 403-7480-535.31-01 403-7480-535.31-20 403-7480-535.31-20 403-7480-535.47-10 403-7480-535.45-30 403-7480-535.31-20 403-7480-535.48-02 403-7480-535.31-01 404-0000-213.10-90 404-0000-237.00-00 404-0000-237.10-00 404-0000-237.00-00 404-7538-537.31-01 404-7538-537.49-90 404-7538-537.43-10 404-7538-537.44-50 404-7538-537.35-01 404-7538-537.31-01 404-7538-537.31-01 404-7538-537.41-15 404-7538-537.43-10 404-7538-537.43-10 404-7538-537.31-01 404-7538-537.35-01 404-7538-537.35-01 404-7538-537.31-01 404-7538-537.31-01 Amount 831.00 16.50 48.69 48.69 271.74 305.44 56.71 6,307.68 876.95 $46,123.70 $46,123.70 $48,113.29 44.73 129.97 359.69 (1,072.54) ($538.15) ($538.15) 72.13 4,440.03 247.00 22,409.27 248.49 51.04 55.56 1,500.00 13.75 13.75 35.33 347.17 59.35 (45.16) 45.16 Page 12 of 19 Jun 25, 2019 3:47:49 PM July 2, 2019 E-17 w r,llti ;+IAnk�t City of Port Angeles City Council Expenditure Report Between Jun 8, 2019 and Jun 21, 2019 Vendor Description Account Number Amount SWAIN'S GENERAL STORE INC SUPPLIES 404-7538-537.31-01 113.27 TECHNICAL SYSTEMS, INC ENGINEERING SERVICES 404-7538-537.48-02 2,500.22 WASTE CONNECTIONS, INC BLDG CONSTRUC. SERVICES- 404-7538-537.41-51 389,423.22 ENVIRONMENTAL&ECOLOGICAL 404-7538-537.41-51 1,413.75 ENVIRONMENTAL&ECOLOGICAL 404-7538-537.45-30 5,367.28 ENVIRONMENTAL&ECOLOGICAL 404-7538-582.75-10 39,875.02 ENVIRONMENTAL&ECOLOGICAL 404-7538-592.83-10 22,903.70 SW - Transfer Station Division Total: $491,089.33 A-1 PERFORMANCE, INC BUILDING MAINT&REPAIR SER 404-7580-537.41-50 105.13 BUILDING MAINT&REPAIR SER 404-7580-537.41-50 105.13 DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE Excise Tax Returns -May 404-7580-537.44-50 16,485.93 FASTENAL INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES 404-7580-537.31-01 14.34 OFFICE DEPOT SUPPLIES 404-7580-537.31-01 52.99 PORT ANGELES CITY TREASURER Office Supplies - T McCab 404-7580-537.31-01 28.14 ROTATIONAL MOLDING, INC HARDWARE,AND ALLIED ITEMS 404-7580-537.35-01 13,400.54 TECHNICAL SYSTEMS, INC ENGINEERING SERVICES 404-7580-537.48-02 2,501.22 WASTE CONNECTIONS, INC ENVIRONMENTAL&ECOLOGICAL 404-7580-537.41-51 63,082.69 Solid Waste -Collections Division Total: $95,776.11 ANGELES CONCRETE PRODUCTS ROAD/HWY MAT NONASPHALTIC 404-7585-537.31-20 419.29 EDGE ANALYTICAL TESTING&CALIBRATION SERVI 404-7585-537.41-50 462.60 FERGUSON ENTERPRISES INC PIPE FITTINGS 404-7585-537.31-20 2.88 NORTHERN TOOL/BLUETARP ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY 404-7585-537.48-10 1,559.83 NORTHWESTERN TERRITORIES ENGINEERING SERVICES 404-7585-537.41-50 1,500.00 INC PORT ANGELES POWER HAND TOOLS ,POW&NON POWER 404-7585-537.31-20 104.12 EQUIPMENT THURMAN SUPPLY PIPE AND TUBING 404-7585-537.31-20 126.59 PIPE FITTINGS 404-7585-537.31-20 12.57 PIPE FITTINGS 404-7585-537.31-20 64.48 Solid Waste -Landfill Division Total: $4,252.36 Public Works -Solid Waste Department Total: $591,117.80 Solid Waste Utility Fund Total: $590,579.65 CLALLAM CNTY ROAD DEPT TESTING&CALIBRATION SERVI 406-7412-538.41-50 649.70 CWT, LLC EDUCATIONAL SERVICES 406-7412-538.43-10 1,497.50 DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE Excise Tax Returns -May 406-7412-538.49-50 13,626.52 Page 13 of 19 Jun 25, 2019 3:47:49 PM July 2, 2019 E-18 City of Port Angeles w City Council Expenditure Report x�,qqBt J 8 2019 d J 21 between un an un , 2019 Vendor Description Account Number Amount KITSAP COUNTY PUBLIC WORKS MEMBERSHIPS 406-7412-538.41-50 2,045.97 OFFICE DEPOT SUPPLIES 406-7412-538.31-01 21.96 PORT ANGELES CITY TREASURER working Lunch pe apprecia 406-7412-538.43-10 36.00 Stormwater Division Total: $17,877.65 Public Works-WW/Stormwtr Department Total: $17,877.65 Stormwater Utility Fund Total: $17,877.65 CLALLAM CNTY EMS MEMBERSHIPS 409-6025-526.41-50 840.00 LIFE ASSIST SALE SURPLUS/OBSOLETE 409-6025-526.31-02 445.49 SALE SURPLUS/OBSOLETE 409-6025-526.31-02 1,189.05 SALE SURPLUS/OBSOLETE 409-6025-526.31-02 6.74 SWAIN'S GENERAL STORE INC CLOTHING & APPAREL 409-6025-526.20-80 23.82 SUPPLIES 409-6025-526.31-02 18.34 SUPPLIES 409-6025-526.31-01 94.19 ZOLL MEDICAL CORPORATION SALE SURPLUS/OBSOLETE 409-6025-526.31-02 95.11 SALE SURPLUS/OBSOLETE 409-6025-526.31-02 64.18 Medic I Division Total: $2,776.92 Fire Department Total: $2,776.92 Medic I Utility Fund Total: $2,776.92 MISC TRAVEL BLOOR-ATTEND PA HARBOR MT 413-7481-535.43-10 76.00 Wastewater Remediation Division Total: $76.00 Public Works-WW/Stormwtr Department Total: $76.00 Harbor Clean Up Fund Total: $76.00 AIR FLO HEATING COMPANY INC CITY REBATE 421-7121-533.49-86 500.00 ALL WEATHER HEATING & CITY REBATE 421-7121-533.49-86 500.00 COOLING GLASS SERVICES CO INC CITY REBATE 421-7121-533.49-86 192.00 PENINSULA HEAT INC CITY REBATE 421-7121-533.49-86 500.00 Conservation Division Total: $1,692.00 Public Works -Electric Department Total: $1,692.00 Conservation Fund Total: $1,692.00 RICHMOND 2-WAY RADIO RADIO & TELECOMMUNICATION 451-7188-594.65-10 6,809.72 Electric Projects Division Total: $6,809.72 Public Works -Electric Department Total: $6,809.72 Electric Utility CIP Fund Total: $6,809.72 2 GRADE, LLC Release Retainage 453-0000-223.40-00 4,294.83 Page 14 of 19 Jun 25, 2019 3:47:49 PM July 2, 2019 E-19 - "w City of Port Angeles City Council Expenditure Report Between Jun 8, 2019 and Jun 21, 2019 Vendor Description Account Number Amount Division Total: $4,294.83 Department Total: $4,294.83 Wastewater Utility CIP Fund Total: $4,294.83 ALTEC INDUSTRIES, INC AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-0000-141.40-00 78.28 AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES AUTO & TRUCK ACCESSORIES 501-0000-141.40-00 546.51 AUTO & TRUCK ACCESSORIES 501-0000-141.40-00 315.22 ASSOCIATED PETROLEUM FUEL,OIL,GREASE, & LUBES 501-0000-141.20-00 5,617.83 PRODUCTS, INC FUEL,OIL,GREASE, & LUBES 501-0000-141.20-00 6,739.23 BAXTER AUTO PARTS #15 AUTO & TRUCK ACCESSORIES 501-0000-141.40-00 3.48 AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-0000-141.40-00 48.89 HOSES, ALL KINDS 501-0000-141.40-00 95.34 AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-0000-141.40-00 3.30 AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-0000-141.40-00 4.96 MASCO PETROLEUM, INC AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-0000-141.40-00 79.36 N C MACHINERY CO AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-0000-141.40-00 132.79 NAPA AUTO PARTS AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-0000-141.40-00 18.47 AUTO & TRUCK ACCESSORIES 501-0000-141.40-00 6.97 AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-0000-141.40-00 42.75 AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-0000-141.40-00 50.03 OWEN EQUIPMENT AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-0000-141.40-00 950.57 AUTO & TRUCK ACCESSORIES 501-0000-141.40-00 82.18 PENINSULA LUBRICANTS AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-0000-141.40-00 238.60 PORT ANGELES TIRE FACTORY AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-0000-141.40-00 569.59 AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-0000-141.40-00 578.63 SIRENNET.COM AUTO & TRUCK ACCESSORIES 501-0000-141.40-00 721.33 WILDER TOYOTA INC AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-0000-141.40-00 12.78 AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-0000-141.40-00 222.43 AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-0000-141.40-00 127.82 Division Total: $17,287.34 Department Total: $17,287.34 A-1 PERFORMANCE, INC BUILDING MAINT&REPAIR SER 501-7630-548.41-50 130.70 BUILDING MAINT&REPAIR SER 501-7630-548.41-50 130.70 ALTEC INDUSTRIES, INC AUTO & TRUCK ACCESSORIES 501-7630-548.34-02 26.16 AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 832.97 ANGELES COLLISION REPAIR AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 464.93 Page 15 of 19 Jun 25, 2019 3:47:49 PM July 2, 2019 E-20 City of Port Angeles !'w City Council Expenditure Report r1 L k�hq� Between Jun 8, 2019 and Jun 21, 2019 Vendor Description Account Number Amount ANGELES COLLISION REPAIR EXTERNAL LABOR SERVICES 501-7630-548.34-02 519.06 AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 1,941.86 EXTERNAL LABOR SERVICES 501-7630-548.34-02 1,062.61 ANGELES MACHINE WORKS INC EXTERNAL LABOR SERVICES 501-7630-548.34-02 293.49 ANGELES MILLWORK & LUMBER AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 1.65 AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 5.53 AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 5.44 ARAMARK LAUNDRY/DRY CLEANING SERV 501-7630-548.49-90 144.07 LAUNDRY/DRY CLEANING SERV 501-7630-548.49-90 144.07 LAUNDRY/DRY CLEANING SERV 501-7630-548.49-90 144.07 ASSOCIATED PETROLEUM FUEL,OIL,GREASE, & LUBES 501-7630-548.32-13 17.40 PRODUCTS, INC FUEL,OIL,GREASE, & LUBES 501-7630-548.32-13 44.23 FUEL,OIL,GREASE, & LUBES 501-7630-548.32-13 43.07 BAXTER AUTO PARTS #15 AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 131.80 COLUMBIA RURAL ELECTRIC SECURITY,FIRE,SAFETY SERV 501-7630-548.43-10 247.00 ASSN, INC COPY CAT GRAPHICS AUTO & TRUCK ACCESSORIES 501-7630-548.34-02 244.13 EVERGREEN TOWING EXTERNAL LABOR SERVICES 501-7630-548.34-02 126.90 FAR -WEST MACHINE & AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 84.68 HYDRAULICS AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 4.33 AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 11.95 FASTENAL INDUSTRIAL AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.31-01 163.64 GLASS ACTION, INC AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 288.06 EXTERNAL LABOR SERVICES 501-7630-548.34-02 93.48 HUGHES FIRE EQUIPMENT INC AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 85.16 KAMAN INDUSTRIAL AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.31-01 40.44 TECHNOLOGIES AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.31-01 30.32 LES SCHWAB TIRE CENTER AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 13.04 AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 940.24 EXTERNAL LABOR SERVICES 501-7630-548.34-02 52.18 MATT'S TOOLS USA, LLC AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.35-01 22.98 AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.35-01 103.67 MOBILE EQUIPMENT SERVICES AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 126.23 N C MACHINERY CO AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 92.61 AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 50.35 Page 16 of 19 Jun 25, 2019 3:47:49 PM July 2, 2019 E-21 City of Port Angeles w City Council Expenditure Report r,llti Between Jun 8, 2019 and Jun 21, 2019 ;+IAnk�t Vendor N C MACHINERY CO NAPA AUTO PARTS O'REILLY AUTO PARTS OFFICE DEPOT OWEN EQUIPMENT PENINSULA LUBRICANTS PORT ANGELES TIRE FACTORY QUALITY 4X4 TRUCK SUPPLY ROMAINE ELECTRIC CORP RUDDELL AUTO MALL RUDY'S AUTOMOTIVE SAFETY-KLEEN SYSTEMS SNAP-ON TOOLS - CHUGGER DEANE SONSRAY MACHINERY, LLC TACOMA SCREW PRODUCTS INC Description AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS BELTS AND BELTING AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS SUPPLIES AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS EXTERNAL LABOR SERVICES EXTERNAL LABOR SERVICES AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS EXTERNAL LABOR SERVICES SHIPPING AND HANDLING AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS EXTERNAL LABOR SERVICES AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS THURMAN SUPPLY AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS WILDER TOYOTA INC EXTERNAL LABOR SERVICES Equipment Services Division Total: Public Works Department Total: Equipment Services Fund Total: CENTURYLINK-QWEST 05-23 A/C 206T300675463B 05-23 A/C 206T302306084B 05-23 A/C 206T302424142B Page 17 of 19 July 2, 2019 Account Number Amount 501-7630-548.34-02 50.32 501-7630-548.34-02 84.35 501-7630-548.34-02 16.95 501-7630-548.34-02 474.18 501-7630-548.34-02 515.29 501-7630-548.34-02 (515.29) 501-7630-548.34-02 (97.83) 501-7630-548.31-01 35.33 501-7630-548.34-02 963.28 501-7630-548.34-02 30.44 501-7630-548.34-02 18.42 501-7630-548.34-02 18.42 501-7630-548.34-02 151.01 501-7630-548.34-02 18.42 501-7630-548.34-02 19.74 501-7630-548.34-02 250.69 501-7630-548.34-02 350.81 501-7630-548.34-02 1,254.52 501-7630-548.34-02 91.20 501-7630-548.34-02 295.19 501-7630-548.34-02 303.27 501-7630-548.49-90 265.26 501-7630-548.31-01 33.79 501-7630-548.35-01 221.55 501-7630-548.34-02 1,333.16 501-7630-548.31-01 56.75 501-7630-548.31-01 203.16 501-7630-548.34-02 60.19 501-7630-548.34-02 131.59 $15,539.36 $15,539.36 $32,826.70 502-2081-518.42-10 92.06 502-2081-518.42-10 633.73 502-2081-518.42-10 102.78 Jun 25, 2019 3:47:49 PM E-22 - "w riaul�'� City of Port Angeles City Council Expenditure Report Between Jun 8, 2019 and Jun 21, 2019 Vendor Description Account Number Amount CENTURYLINK-QWEST 05-23 A/C 206T310164584B 502-2081-518.42-10 489.69 05-23 A/C 206T411255315B 502-2081-518.42-10 64.75 05-23 A/C 206T418577331 B 502-2081-518.42-10 57.62 05-23 A/C 79513296 502-2081-518.42-10 14.32 06-02 A/C 3604170786905B 502-2081-518.42-10 47.39 06-02 A/C 3604175328784B 502-2081-518.42-10 51.73 06-02 A/C 3604178095336B 502-2081-518.42-10 56.98 CONSOLIDATED TECH SERVICES COMMUNICATIONS/MEDIA SERV 502-2081-518.42-10 392.03 PACIFIC OFFICE EQUIPMENT INC SUPPLIES 502-2081-518.45-31 130.08 OFFICE MACHINES & ACCESS 502-2081-518.45-31 2,248.67 SHI INTERNATIONAL CORP DATA PROC SERV &SOFTWARE 502-2081-518.48-02 20,410.93 VERIZON WIRELESS 05-22 A/C 571136182-00001 502-2081-518.42-10 165.46 WAVE BROADBAND DATA PROC SERV &SOFTWARE 502-2081-518.42-12 (14,247.93) DATA PROC SERV &SOFTWARE 502-2081-518.42-12 14,247.93 DATA PROC SERV &SOFTWARE 502-2081-518.42-12 14,247.93 Information Technologies Division Total: $39,206.15 Finance Department Total: $39,206.15 Information Technology Fund Total: $39,206.15 AWC EMPLOYEE BENEFITS TRUST L1 MED/VIS PREMIUMS 503-1631-517.46-34 6,113.92 LIFE INSURANCE 503-1631-517.46-32 1,640.11 LTD 503-1631-517.46-31 4,616.47 MED/DEN/VIS PREMIUMS 503-1631-517.46-30 199,691.02 REDQUOTE, INC. MARCH Reimbursements 503-1631-517.46-30 2,400.00 APRIL Reimbursements 503-1631-517.46-30 449.59 MAY Reimbursements 503-1631-517.46-30 3,337.04 JUNE Reimbursements 503-1631-517.46-30 5,057.48 Other Insurance Programs Division Total: $223,305.63 WASHINGTON HOSPITAL SVCS JUNE 2019 FEE CONTRACT 503-1661-517.41-40 750.00 Worker's Compensation Division Total: $750.00 MISC CLAIM SETTLEMENTS IN HOUSE LIABILITY CLAIM 503-1671-517.49-98 543.83 Comp Liability Division Total: $543.83 Self Insurance Department Total: $224,599.46 Self -Insurance Fund Total: $224,599.46 AWC EMPLOYEE BENEFITS TRUST RETIREE PREMIUMS 602-6221-517.46-35 2,082.00 Fireman's Pension Division Total: $2,082.00 Page 18 of 19 Jun 25, 2019 3:47:49 PM July 2, 2019 E-23 Page 19 of 19 Jun 25, 2019 3:47:49 PM July 2, 2019 E-24 City of Port Angeles City Council Expenditure Report Between Jun 8, 2019 and Jun 21, 2019 Vendor Description Account Number Amount Fireman's Pension Department Total: $2,082.00 Firemen's Pension Fund Total: $2,082.00 AFLAC PAYROLL SUMMARY 920-0000-231.53-11 192.31 PAYROLL SUMMARY 920-0000-231.53-12 836.16 AFSCME LOCAL 1619 PAYROLL SUMMARY 920-0000-231.54-40 550.00 BROWN & BROWN OF PAYROLL SUMMARY 920-0000-231.53-40 (7.92) WASHINGTON PAYROLL SUMMARY 920-0000-231.53-40 1,984.28 CHAPTER 13 TRUSTEE Case #14-14948 920-0000-231.56-90 904.16 EMPOWER-P/R WIRE PAYROLL SUMMARY 920-0000-231.52-20 18,340.64 FEDERAL PAYROLL TAX PAYROLL SUMMARY 920-0000-231.50-10 60,434.65 FICA/MEDICARE PAYROLL TAX PAYROLL SUMMARY 920-0000-231.50-20 76,283.06 FIREFIGHTER'S LOCAL 656 PAYROLL SUMMARY 920-0000-231.54-30 1,933.89 HSA BANK Employee Contr to HSA 920-0000-231.52-40 3,923.93 IBEW LOCAL 997 PAYROLL SUMMARY 920-0000-231.54-20 1,400.28 ICMA-P/R WIRES PAYROLL SUMMARY 920-0000-231.52-10 18,577.89 JOHN HANCOCK LIFE INSURANCE PAYROLL SUMMARY 920-0000-231.52-25 3,307.08 CO LEOFF PAYROLL SUMMARY 920-0000-231.51-21 31,737.07 OFFICE OF SUPPORT PAYROLL SUMMARY 920-0000-231.56-20 138.46 ENFORCEMENT PERS PAYROLL SUMMARY 920-0000-231.51-10 1,409.30 PAYROLL SUMMARY 920-0000-231.51-11 13,905.06 PAYROLL SUMMARY 920-0000-231.51-12 80,182.78 POLICE ASSOCIATION PAYROLL SUMMARY 920-0000-231.55-10 414.00 UNITED WAY (PAYROLL) PAYROLL SUMMARY 920-0000-231.56-10 241.54 WSCCCE AFSCME AFL-CIO PAYROLL SUMMARY 920-0000-231.54-40 5,273.40 Division Total: $321,962.02 Department Total: $321,962.02 Payroll Clearing Fund Total: $321,962.02 Total for Checks Dated Between Jun 8, 2019 and Jun 21, 2019 $1,655,809.09 Page 19 of 19 Jun 25, 2019 3:47:49 PM July 2, 2019 E-24 .;G� POR -T -ANGELES CITY COUNCIL WASH I N G T O N, u. S. MEMO Date: July 2, 2019 To: City Council From: Thomas Hunter, Director of Public Works & Utilities, Subject: Material Purchase: Pad Mounted Electric Transformers Summary: The purpose of this memo is to receive City Council approval for the purchase of five pad - mounted transformers for the Light Operations Division. This project was advertised and bids were opened on May 29, 2019. Three vendors, representing four manufacturers, bid on this material purchase. General Pacific, Inc., of Fairview, Oregon was the low responsible bidder for total Life -Cycle Cost (LCC). Funding: 2019 Electric Utility budget as material inventory. Recommendation: Award and authorize the City Manager to sign a contract with General Pacific, Inc., of Fairview, Oregon for five pad -mounted transformers manufactured by Ermco at a price of $69,190.03 including sales tax, and to make minor modifications to the contract as necessary. Background / Analysis: Bids were received on May 29, 2019 for five transformers. The transformers will be used in ongoing work activities including new transformer installations for William Shore Pool Expansion project and the Water Front Center construction project. Three vendors representing four manufacturers bid on this material purchase. The basis for award in this procurement is the total life -cycle cost that includes the effects of transformer efficiencies over the life of the unit. The Ermco units were the least expensive and have the lowest life -cycle operating cost. A bid summary is provided below. Material Purchase Contract, MEC -2019-23 (Prices Include Sales Tax and Fees) Distributer (Manufacturer) Total Cost for Transformers Total Life -Cycle Cost General Pacific Inc. (Ermco) $69,190.03 $172,739.36 General Pacific Inc. (Howard Industries) $90,496.01 $185,819.67 Anixter, Inc. (Cooper) $85,453.42 $186,051.62 WESCO, Inc, (WEG) $76,615.02 $174,736.30 Government Estimate $77,000.00 Funding Overview: Funds are available in the 2019 Operating Budget (Material Inventory 401-7180- 533.34-02). July 2, 2019 E - 25 P-Q-R-TANGELES CITY COUNCIL = WASHINGTON, U.S. MEMO Date: July 2, 2019 To: City Council From: Nathan West, City Manager Subject: Resolution to Ratify Declaration of Emergency - Locomotive #4 Summary: On March 29, 2019, the City Manager issued an Asbestos Removal Declaration of Emergency. That Declaration was issued because, during a recent storm event, chunks of asbestos insulation had broken loose from the Locomotive and were lying exposed on the ground. The asbestos was removed by a contractor hired under the authorization provided under emergency Declaration. City procedure requires the City Council to review and ratify an emergency declaration issues by the City Manager. Funding: Funding for the emergency contract was made available through the 2019 General Fund Reserves budget from the Wastewater Utility Repairs and Maintenance budget in the amount of $39,447.48. Recommendation: Adopt the attached Resolution, which ratifies the Declaration of Emergency signed by the City Manager on March 29, 2019. Background / Analysis: After a recent snow storm event, City staff reported that snow loads caused chunks of asbestos insulation to break loose from the Rayonier Locomotive #4, located on 200 East Lauridsen Boulevard. Chunks of the asbestos insulation were lying exposed on the ground, which created a potential health and environmental hazard that required immediate containment. On March 29, 2019 a Declaration of Emergency was issued by the City Manager, enabling the Parks & Recreation Department to secure contractor services under RCW 39.04.280 and RCW 38.52.070(2) provisions for exceptions to the normal competitive bidding requirements for the City in the event of an emergency. Northwest Abatement Services, Inc., from Lakewood, WA was awarded a contract in an amount not -to -exceed $$38,040.00 plus applicable sales tax ($39,447.48). Northwest Abatement Services removed the asbestos that was exposed and uncontained, thereby removing the immediate potential health and environmental risks. That work eliminated the emergency conditions, but nothing more was done. It must be noted, however, there is substantial amount of asbestos remaining encapsulated in the locomotive. A significant amount of work still needs to be done in order to completely restore the train and to remove the remaining asbestos. Staff will provide information on restoration costs at a future meeting. Funding Overview: Funding for the emergency contract was made available through the 2019 General Fund Reserves budget from the Wastewater Utility Repairs and Maintenance budget line item 001-9029-5184150 for an amount not -to- exceed $39,447.48. July 2, 2019 E - 26 RESOLUTION NO. A RESOLUTION of the City Council of the City of Port Angeles, Washington, affirming and ratifying the Declaration of Emergency issued by the City Manager on March 29, 2019. WHEREAS, a Declaration of Emergency was issued by the City Manager on March 29, 2019, a complete copy of which is attached; and WHEREAS, City Council has reviewed the facts and circumstances that prompted the Declaration of Emergency. and NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Port Angeles: That the Council hereby finds that the facts recited in the Declaration are true and correct; That on the basis of those facts, the Council finds and declares that the Declaration of Emergency issued by the City Manager on March 29, 2019, was justified and appropriate; and That the City Council affirms and ratifies (1) the Declaration of Emergency issued by the City Manager on March 29, 2019 and (2) all actions authorized by that Declaration. PASSED by the City Council of the City of Port Angeles at a regular meeting of said Council held on the day of June, 2019. Sissi Bruch, Mayor ATTEST: Kari Martinez -Bailey, City Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: William E. Bloor, City Attorney July 2, 2019 E - 27 DECLARATION OF EMERGENCY I, Nathan West, the City Manager of the City of Port Angeles find that the following facts exist: 1. The City's Parks and Recreation Department has reported to me that during the recent winter storm events chunks of insulation had broken loose from Locomotive Train, located at 200 East Lauridsen Boulevard, and were laying on the ground inside of the gated area. Once discovered, it prompted the department to hire Northwest Abatement Services, Inc. to do tests on the debris. On March 29, 2019 it was learned that significant amounts of asbestos was found in the dislodged insulation. This type of material is very friable and needs to be handled right away, especially in the current condition and public access around it. Prior to removal, the contractor will create a containment around the locomotive to perform the abatement in a manner acceptable to laws and regulations with Olympic Region Clean Air Agency (ORCAA) as well as Washington State Labor and Industries; and 2. Uncontained asbestos in the open environment is known to create a risk of adverse health impacts to susceptible people; and 3. People in the vicinity of the locomotive and downwind of the locomotive might suffer adverse health reactions unless the asbestos is immediately collected, contained, and removed to a safe disposal site; and 4. The existence of the asbestos in the open environment creates an emergency that necessitates utilization of emergency powers granted pursuant to RCW 35.33.081 and RCW 38.52.070(2). Now, therefore, by the authority granted to me under State law and by the City Council, I hereby declare that an emergency exists in Port Angeles due asbestos released into the open environment. By virtue of this declaration, City departments are authorized to do the following: 1. Enter into contracts and incur obligations necessary to combat such emergency situations to protect the health and safety of persons, the preservation of property, and the continuity of city operations; and 2. As necessary, activate those portions of the City of Port Angeles Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan necessary to combat the effects of the asbestos released into the open environment. Each City department is authorized to exercise the powers vested under this resolution in light of the emergency situation without regard to time-consuming procedures and formalities prescribed by law (excepting mandatory constitutional requirements). This Declaration is subject to confirmation by resolution of the City Council at the earliest practicable opportunity. DATED this 29"' day of March, 2019. Nathan West, City Manager Attest �& KA -0- -==; . City Clerk July 2, 2019 E - 28 NORTHWEST ABATEMENT SERVICES,I PO BOX 39220 LAKEWOOD WA 98496-0220 *ft'q"k"W s hr- (253) 588-0440 Bill To: CITY OF PORT ANGELES 308 E FOURTH ST. PORTANGELES WA 98362 INVOICE Invoice No: 6514-01 Date: 5/13/2019 Customer Number: CTYPTANG Cust. Order # Cust. Job # 2019-1771 Description: LOCOMOTIVE BOILER ASB 200 E LAURIDSEN BLVD. Description of Work Completed ASBESTOS ABATEMENT OF THE BOILER ON A LOCOMOTIVE. INTENT# 971794 AFFIDAVIT TO FOLLOW, Terms: UPON RECEIPT PORT ANGELES WA 98362 Original Contract Amount: Change Orders: Revised Contract Amount: 100.00 % Complete: Less Previous Billings: Less Retainage Subtotal: Sales Tax: Amount Due Now: Extended Price 38,040.00 38, 040.00 0.00 38, 040.00 38,040.00 0.00 1,902.00 36,138.00 3,309.48 39,447.48 July 2, 2019 E-29 tit � . i brt v.,,asr Abate neat Services, $.✓;. 3/28/2019 To: Mr. Corey Delikat Port Angeles Parks & Recreation Department 308 East 4th Street Port Angeles, WA 98362 RE: Asbestos Abatement Quotation Locomotive Boiler Asbestos Abatement 326 E Lauridsen Blvd Port Angeles, WA 98362 Pate I of _. Sent: Via E -Mail Phone No: (360) 417-4551 Email : cdelikat@cityofpa.us Bid Number: 2019-1771 Northwest Abatement Services appreciates this opportunity to provide you with this proposal for our services. We look forward to working with you, and hope that our proposal meets your requirements. We propose to remove the asbestos containing materials, as per our scope of work listed below, at the address listed above for the sum of: $38,040.00 PLUS APPLICABLE SALES TAX SCOPE OF WORK Northwest Abatement Services, Inc. proposes to provide labor, equipment, materials, and disposal to perform the following: Licensed Asbestos Abatement workers to properly remove and dispose of the exposed and accessible asbestos containing boiler insulation from the Locomotive Per the site visit with Jim Breitbach. A sample was taken of the insulation and results were positive for asbestos. Due to the Class I removal methods, pipe scaffolding will be erected around the perimeter of the fencing and over the top of the locomotive. The scaffolding will then be wrapped in 9-12 mil shrink wrap to create a containment for the abatement crews. The abatement crews will remove all exposed and accessible asbestos containing insulation from around the boiler as they can without removing any parts to the locomotive. If any parts are needed to be removed to gain access to the remaining insulation, work will stop and the owner will be notified with options. Nothing will be removed without the permission of the owner. All asbestos abatement work will be performed inside of a HEPA filtered, 6 mil poly containment. Power and Water are very crucial and will need to be provided for work to take place. Permits and the required air monitoring are include in the pricing. Permits will be filed with Washington State Labor and Industries (L&I) as well as Olympic Region Clean Air Agency (ORCAA). These permits do require a 10 working day wait before the abatement process can begin. Prevailing Wage Rates have been included in the pricing. A copy of permits, air clearance reports, and a letter of completion will be provided to the owner if requested. - I "a,,,ea°`Jnne. Chris Stephens, Estimator 5 i.P :1.` v„ �'�,)_1no.11aA ;Vd'ilc: mw, i mal-cilt wi _O.com ('a;dl<F:irt iNO R'Il1,1NMfiilti! July 2, 2019 E - 30 Corey Delikat 2019-1771 PilV —") of 1. Price includes Liability Insurance for Two (2) Million dollars ($2,000,000) 2. Price includes applicable Permit Fees, 3. Price includes applicable disposal fees. 4. Price does not include Sales Tax. 5. Price is based on power and water being provided by the Owner/General Contractor. 6. All work will be performed in accordance with EPA, WISHA and OSHA standards. 7. Price excludes replacement of any and/or all items removed, unless otherwise specified in the special conditions sections of this contract. 8. Northwest Abatement Services, inc,. will not be responsible for the removal of any and/or all furnishings, etc., from the area of abatement. 9. Northwest Abatement Services, Inc. will not be responsible for tape and/or staple damage to walls, floors, finishes, etc., which may occur while constructing our containment. 10. Price excludes a performance bond. If required to be provided by Northwest Abatement Svcs, Inc., please add 3% to the above price. SPECIAL CONDITIONS AND EXCLUSIONS PAYMENT TERMS: NET DUE ON RECEIPT VISA/MASTERCARD/DISCOVER/AMERICAN EXPRESS accepted. *� All contracts $5000.00 or larger in which a TOTAL of $5000.00 or more is paid by a credit card will incur a 2.5% processing fee. *** Finance Charge of 1.5 % will be paid on past due balances. Corresponding Annual Rate of 18% Minimum Finance Charge. - Northwest Abatement Services, Inc., reserves the right to withdraw this proposal ifnot accepted within 30 days - Acceptance of Proposal: The above prices, specifications, Gondition/exclusions and scope of work as specified on page " are satisfactoty and are hereby accepted. You are authorized to proceed with the work as specified. Payment will be made as outlined above. In case suit or action is commencer) to collect on this note or any potion thereof, I promise to pay, in addition to the costs provided by statute, such sum as the court may adjudge reasonable as attorney's fees therein, (including any action to enfotc;e the judgment and this provision as to attomey's fees and os(S Shall Stftviswe tfneLirl Linardf) f, th , cus�tontr;'r. ah o �icknowler�receipt of_ Cot rstnjcfifio_ii Lief Notice Print Name: 11 �^yS 1� vale ofAcceplance 3 L'1 Sigraluae: NOTE: If accepted, please sign and return this proposal in its entirety I'.11.l' 1 „\ �' ri" ,.'i:�:;>-U, il� f• 1'.;rj. ll'iii°� I -`t=.. ,�., 1.. -III :1:!11S2i-[ll�tl!�-H.c(411 '<% O.ail,s i rr:L`l 3 < i � i I Ili.. July 2, 2019 E-31 Page 3 of .gyre Department of Labor and Industries MODEL DISCLOSURE STATEMENT' COnstrllctlon Compliance s �. NOTICE TO CUSTOMER This contractor is registered with the state of Washington, registration no northasOffin,and has posted with the state a bond or deposit of $12,000.00 for the purpose of satisfying claims against the contractor for breach of contract including negligent or improper work in the conduct of the contractor's business. The expiration date of this contractor's registration is 12/18/3019 . THIS BnND OR DEPOSIT 114IGl J r- NO T BE SUFFICIENI- TO COVER A CLAIM THAT MIGHT ARISE FROM THE WORK DONE UNDER YOUR CONTRACT. This bond or deposit is not for your exclusive use because it covers all work performed by this contractor. The bond or deposit is intended to pay valid claims up to $12,000.00 that you and Other customers, suppliers, subcontractors, or taxing authorities may have. FOR GRFATF;R PROTIrC 1"ION V0 MAY L"lATIIIIOLD A PV'[t('FINTAGE OIC' J'0UI� COIRTRA4. T You may withhold a contractually defined percentage of your construction contract as retainage for a stated period of time to provide protection to you and help insure that your project will be completed as required by your contract: 5, OUR PROI'ER-uy M -AY BE I.[f NE1). If a supplier of materials used in your construction project or an employee or subcontractor of your contractor or subcontractors is not paid, your- property may be limed to force payment and you could pay twice for the same work. FOR ADDITIONAL PROTECTION YOU MAY RF,(W(;',ST TI IF CONTRACTOR TO PROVIDE YOU WITH ORIGI]NAI RI:I.�.-'��I:" I)O�'t'AII ,"v'I''ti a R()iG(EAi'II SUPPLICIZ OR SL 4B O1N'l'I 1CW9'OI::1 The contractor is 1'CCllllred to provide you with further Information about lien release document [.[.'You request it. General information is also available from the state Department of Labor and fndustries. 1 have received a copy of this disclosure statement. Dated this Z 6 ` day of �v� � of the year _2— 19 Signature of C ustolhier I'he C011tl'dCt01' 1111ISt l'etallh Cl Sl Z? I COp) pf� the disclosure statement in his or her riles fol' tl n11nll11U111 Of three yeIu;s, and produce a signed or electronic signature copy of the disclosure statement to the department upon request. F625-030-000 uhodel CIISCIUSUI'C. statenhent notice to customer 08--2007 July 2, 2019 E-32 3/28/2019 To: Mr. Corey Delikat Port Angeles Parks & Recreation Department 308 East 4th Street Port Angeles, WA 98362 RE: Asbestos Abatement Quotation Locomotive Boiler Asbestos Abatement 326 E Lauridsen Blvd Port Angeles, WA 98362 f" Sent: Via E -Mail Pa<�e I of 3 Phone No: (360) 417-4551 Email : cdelikat@cityofpa.us Bid Number: 2019-1771 Northwest Abatement Services appreciates this opportunity to provide you with this proposal for our services. We look forward to working with you, and hope that our proposal meets your requirements. We propose to remove the asbestos containing materials, as per our scope of work listed below, at the address listed above for the sum of: JA4,P40.00 PLUS APPLICABLE SALES TAX Northwest Abatement Services, Inc. proposes to provide labor, equipment, materials, and disposal to perform the following: Licensed Asbestos Abatement workers to properly remove and dispose of the exposed and accessible asbestos containing boiler insulation from the Locomotive Per the site visit with Jim Breitbach. A sample was taken of the insulation and results were positive for asbestos. Due to the Class I removal methods, pipe scaffolding will be erected around the perimeter of the fencing and over the top of the locomotive. The scaffolding will then be wrapped in 9-12 mil shrink wrap to create a containment for the abatement crews. The abatement crews will remove all exposed and accessible asbestos containing insulation from around the boiler as they can without removing any parts to the locomotive. If any parts are needed to be removed to gain access to the remaining insulation, work will stop and the owner will be notified with options. Nothing will be removed without the permission of the owner. All asbestos abatement work will be performed inside of a HEPA filtered, 6 mil poly containment. Power and Water are very crucial and will need to be provided for work to take place. Permits and the required air monitoring are include in the pricing. Permits will be filed with Washington State Labor and Industries (L&I) as well as Olympic Region Clean Air Agency (ORCAA). These permits do require a 10 working day wait before the abatement process can begin. Prevailing Wage Rates have been included in the pricing. A copy of permits, air clearance reports, and a letter of completion will be provided to the owner if requested. Authorized Name and title Chris Stephens, Estimator o, du 2 t N1 I i I A,},Y>/)RN July 2, 2019 E - 33 lliwe? of3 Corey Delikat 2019-'1771 CONTRACT CON DITIONS/EXCLUSIONS 1. Price includes Liability Insurance for Two (2) Million dollars ($2,000,000) 2. Price includes applicable Permit Fees. 3. Price includes applicable disposal fees. 4. Price does not include Sales Tax. 5. Price is based on power and water being provided by the Owner/General Contractor, G. All work will be performed in accordance with EPA, WISHA and OSHA standards. 7. Price excludes replacement of any and/or all items removed, unless otherwise specified in the special conditions sections of this contract. 8. Northwest Abatement Services, Inc. will not be responsible for the removal of any and/or all furnishings, etc., from the area of abatement. 9. northwest Abatement Services, Inc. will not be responsible for tape and/or staple damage to walls, floors, finishes, etc., which may occur while constructing our containment. 10. Price excludes a performance bond. If required to be provided by northwest Abatement Svcs, Inc., please add 3% to the above price. SPECIAL CONDITIONS AND EXCLUSIONS PAYMENT TERMS: NET DUE ON RECEIPT VISAIMASTERCARD/DISCOVER/AM ERI CAN EXPRESS accepted. All contracts $5000.00 or larger in which a TOTAL. of $5000.00 or more is paid by a credit card will incur a 2.5% processing fee. "** Finance Charge of 1.5 % will be paid on past due balances. Corresponding Annual Rate of 18% Minirnurn Finance Charge. - Northwest Abatement services, Inc., reserves the right to withdraw this proposal if not accepted within 30 days- Acceptance of Proposal: The above prices, specifications, condition/exclusions and scope of work as specified on page 1 are satisfactory and are hereby accepted. You arc authorized to proceed with the work as specified. Payment will be mado as outlined above. Irl case suit or action is commenced to collect on this note or any podion thereof, 1 promise to pay, to addition to the costs provided by statute, such sum as the court may adjudge reasonable as attorney's fees therein, (including any action to enforce the judgment and this provision as to attorney's fees and c,gsts shall silivive_the jud(Iment.) 1, the customer, also acknowledge ieceiot of Construction Lien Notice. Print Name: ki 4 � ,,# S Signature: �--- A� Date o(Acceptance. 3 12 -97 NOTE: If accepted, please .sign and return this proposal in its entirety. TSS 'o�(sl� ax+I-1 ,rig 11r9, !b(+t)I j, <1(t} „'t)<,IU ..it-HeA)10411 July 2, 2019 E-34 Page 3 of 3 Departnlernt of'l,abor and Industries ;. IN/IODI_?L DISCLOSURLs STATEMENT Construction Compliance �` I '� �= NOTICETO C'US`I,ON/IIIR This contractor is registered with the state of Washington, registration no northas066rn.and has posted with the state a bond or deposit of $12,000.00 for the purpose of satisfying claims against the contractor for breach of contract including negligentor improper work in the conduct of the contractor's business. The expiration date of this contractor's registration is 12/18/2019 . ANN This bond or deposit is not for your exclusive use because it covers all work performed by this contractor. The bond or deposit is intended to pay valid claims up to - $12,000.00 that you and other customers, suppliers, subcontractors, or taxing authorities may have. FOR GREATER PROTECTION YOU MAY WITHHOLD A PERCENTAGE OF YOUR CONTRACT. You may withhold a contractually defined percentage of your construction contract as retainage for a stated period of time to provide protection to you and help insure that your project will be completed as required by your contract: YOUR PROPERTY MAY BE LIENEL) If a supplier of materials used in your construction project or an employee or subcontractor of your contractor or subcontractors is not paid, your property may be liened to force payment and you could Pay twice for the same work. FOR ADDITIONAL PRO 'fF,CTION YOU IY1AY ILE i1i?�T TIIE CIiN'TI�ACT®I� 'I'® PROVIDE YOU WITH ORIGINAL "LIEN RELEASE" DOCUMENTS FROM EACH SUPPLIER OR SUBCONTIZACTOR AT YOUR PROTECT The contractor is required to provide you with further information about lien release document if you request it. General information is also available Froin the state Department of Labor and Industries. have received a copy of' this disclosure statement. Dated this Z Aday of__/Vtnp(- ot'tile year 2– — Signatule of Customer l�hc� contractor must retain a signed copy of the disclosure statement in his or her files for a niinimun-1 oCthree years, and produce a signed or electronic signature copy of the disclosure staterrncnt to the departullent upon request. 162>-0>0-000 model disclosure statement notice to customer 08 2007 July 2, 2019 E - 35 DECLARATION OF EMERGENCY I, Nathan West, the City Manager of the City of Port Angeles find that the following facts exist: 1. The City's Parks and Recreation Department has reported to me that during the recent winter stone events chunks of insulation had broken loose from Locomotive Train, located at 200 East Lauridsen Boulevard, and were laying on the ground inside of the gated area. Once discovered, it prompted the department to hire Northwest Abatement Services, Inc. to do tests on the debris. On March 29, 2019 it was learned that significant amounts of asbestos was found in the dislodged insulation. This type of material is very friable and needs to be handled right away, especially in the current condition and public access around it. Prior to removal, the contractor will create a containment around the locomotive to perforin the abatement in a mariner acceptable to laws and regulations with Olympic Region Clean Air Agency (ORCAA) as well as Washington State Labor and Industries; and 2. Uncontained asbestos in the open environment is known to create a risk of adverse health impacts to susceptible people; and 3. People in the vicinity of the locomotive and downwind of the locomotive might suffer adverse health reactions unless the asbestos is immediately collected, contained, and removed to a safe disposal site; and 4. The existence of the asbestos in the open environnnent creates an emergency that necessitates utilization of emergency powers granted pursuant to RCW 35.33.081 and RCW 38.52.070(2). Now, therefore, by the authority granted to me under State law and by the City Council, I hereby declare that an emergency exists in Port Angeles due asbestos released into the open environment. By virtue of this declaration, City departments are authorized to do the following: 1. Enter into contracts and incur obligations necessary to combat such emergency situations to protect the health and safety of persons, the preservation of property, and the continuity of city operations; and 2. As necessary, activate those portions of the City of Port Angeles Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan necessary to combat the effects of the asbestos released into the open environment. Each City department is authorized to exercise the powers vested under this resolution in light of the emergency situation without regard to time-consuming procedures and formalities prescribed by law (excepting mandatory constitutional requirements). This Declaration is subject to confirmation by resolution of the City Council at the earliest practicable opportunity. DATED this 29"' day of March, 2019.a� c �_ Nathan West, City Manager Attest City Clerk y July 2, 2019 E - 36 sanA!I*r Technologies Laboratory Analysis Report prepared for Northwest Abatement Services, Inc. Report Date: 3/21/2019 Project Name: 308 East Fourth Street, Port Angeles, WA Project #: SR19-3637 SanAir ID#: 19013003 HW,%,V TESTING NVLAP LAB CODE 200870-0 Page 1 of 5 July 2, 2019 E - 37 San& Technologies Laboratory Name: Northwest Abatement Services, Inc. Address: P.O. Box 39220 Lakewood, WA 98496 Phone: 253-588-0440 Dear Paul Peters, Project Number: SR19-3637 P.O. Number: SR19-3637 Project Name: 308 East Fourth Street, Port Angeles, WA Collected Date: 3/19/2019 Received Date: 3/21/2019 9:35:00 AM We at SanAir would like to thank you for the work you recently submitted. The 1 sample(s) were received on Thursday, March 21, 2019 via FedEx. The final report(s) is enclosed for the following sample(s): 1. These results only pertain to this job and should not be used in the interpretation of any other job. This report is only complete in its entirety. Refer to the listing below of the pages included in a complete final report. Sincerely, Sandra Sobrino Asbestos & Materials Laboratory Manager SanAir Technologies Laboratory Final Report Includes: - Cover Letter - Analysis Pages - Disclaimers and Additional Information Sample conditions: - 1 samples in Good condition. 1551 Oakbridge Dr. Suite B, Powhatan, VA 23139 1804.897.1177 1 Fax: 804.897.0070 1 www.SanAir.com I IAQ@SanAir.com Page 2 of 5 July 2, 2019 E-38 SanA. i '. r Technologies Laboratory Name: Northwest Abatement Services, Inc. Address: P.O. Box 39220 Lakewood, WA 98496 Phone: 253-588-0440 Analyst: Vaughan, Nathaniel SanAir 1D Number 19013003 FINAL REPORT 3/21/2019 1:41:21 PM Project Number: SR19-3637 P.O. Number: SR1 9-3637 Project Name: 308 East Fourth Street, Port Angeles, WA Collected Date: 3/19/2019 Received Date: 3/21/2019 9:35:00 AM Asbestos Bulk PLM EPA 600/R-93/116 Analyst: f ua-b V,,,,,A `-- Approved Signatory: ` V4/ Analysis Date: 3/21/2019 Date: 3/21/2019 Page 3 of 5 July 2, 2019 E-39 Disclaimer The final report cannot be reproduced, except in full, without written authorization from SanAir. Fibers smaller than 5 microns cannot be seen with this method due to scope limitations. The accuracy of the results is dependent upon the client's sampling procedure and information provided to the laboratory by the client. SanAir assumes no responsibility for the sampling procedure and will provide evaluation reports based solely on the sample and information provided by the client. This report may not be used by the client to claim product endorsement by NVLAP or any other agency of the U.S. government. Samples are held for a period of 60 days. For NY state samples, method EPA 600/M4-82-020 is performed. Polarized- light microscopy is not consistently reliable in detecting asbestos in floor covering and similar non -friable organically bound materials. Quantitative transmission electron microscopy is currently the only method that can be used to determine if this material can be considered or treated as non -asbestos containing. Asbestos Certifications NVLAP lab code 200870 City of Philadelphia: ALL -460 PA Department of Environmental Protection Number: 68-05397 California License Number: 2915 Colorado License Number: AL -23143 Connecticut License Number: PH -0105 Massachusetts License Number: AA000222 Maine License Number: LB -0075 New York ELAP lab ID: 11983 Rhode Island License Number: AAL -126 Texas Department of State Health Services License Number: 300440 Commonwealth of Virginia 3333000323 Washington State License Number: C989 West Virginia License Number: LT000566 Vermont License: AL1 66318 Revision Date: 11/30/2017 Page 4 of 5 July 2, 2019 E-40 1551 Oakbridge Dr. STE A VA 23139 /��1�c�go� SanAir ID Number rPowhatan, ABA 804.897.1177 / 888.895.1l77 Form 40 elf � t120/2Oi7 SanAir' ❑ Fax 804.897.0070 pon„ too, Rev 1, t zonor7 Technologies Laboratory PLM EPA 600/R-93/116 (Qual.) sanair.com ❑ 5 Days Northwest Abatement Services, Inc. Insulation- Steam Locomotive Stephens Company: P,.oje.4:SR19-3637 Collectby:Chris P.O. BOX 39220 Address: 308 East Fourth Street, Port Angeles, WA Project Name: 253-588-0440 Phone #: city, St., Zip: Lakewood, WA 98496 Date Colleeted:03/19/2019 Fax t;: 253-583-0277 State of Collection: WA Account#: 1587 P.O.Number:SR19-3637 Email:paul@nwabatement.com Bulk Air Soil ABB PLM EPA 600'R-93/116 0 ABA PCM NTOSH 7400 ❑ ABSE PLM EPA 600/R-93/116 (Qual.) ❑ ❑ 5 Days Positive Stop ❑ Insulation- Steam Locomotive ABA -2 OSHA,,v/ TWAT` p Vermiculite & Soil ABEPA PLM EPA 400 Point Count ❑ ABTEM TEM AHERA ❑ ABSP PLM CARB 435 (LOD <1%) ❑ ABB1K PLM EPA 1000 Point Count ❑ ABATN TEM NIOSH 7402 ❑ ABSP1 PLM CARB 435 (LOD 0.25%) ❑ ABBEN PLM EPA NOB** ❑ ABT2 TEM Level 11 ❑ ABSP2 PLM CARB 435 (LOD 0.1%) ❑ ABBCH TEM Chatfield** Other: ❑ ❑ Dust ABBTM TEM EPA NOB** ABWA TEM Wipe ASTM D-6480 El ❑ New York ELAP ABQ PLM Qualitative PLM NY PLM EPA 600/M4-82-020 ABDMV TEM Microvac ASTM D-5755 ❑ ❑ ❑ ** Available on 24 -hr. to 5 -day TAT ABEPA2 NY ELAP 198.1 ❑ ABENY NY ELAP 198.6 PLM NOB Water ❑ Matrix Other ABHEEPA 100.2 �� ABBNY NY FLAP 198.4 TEM NOB El 1 `� Turn Around 3 1IR (4 ITR TEM) ❑ 6 HR (8i- R TEM) ■ 12 HR ❑ 24 HR ❑ Times ❑ 2 Days ❑ 3 Days ❑ 4 Days ❑ 5 Days Special Instructions Total Samples: (16) __--- Time Paul Peters 03/19/2019 3:30pm Sample # Sample Identification/Location Volume or Area Sample Date Flow Rate* Start - Stop Time- imeInsulation Insulation- Steam Locomotive Throughout ABB Relinquished by Date Time ReceiNyAby / Date __--- Time Paul Peters 03/19/2019 3:30pm If no technician is provided, then the primary contact for your account will be selected. Unless scheduled, the turnaround time for all samples received after 3 pm EST Friday will begin at 8 am Monday morning. weekend or holiday work must be scheduled ahead of time and is charged for rush turnaround time. SanAir covers Standard Overnight FedEx shipping. Shipments billed to SanAir with a faster shipping rate will result in additional charges. Page ageq� July 2, 2019 E-41 .;,G� POR -T -ANGELES CITY COUNCIL WASH I N G T O N, u. S. MEMO Date: July 2, 2019 To: City Council From: Thomas Hunter, Director ofPublic Works & Utilities Subject: Release of Utility Easement Summary: An abandoned City easement was discovered during the design phase of the Port Angeles Waterfront Center project; the Executive Director of the Waterfront Center subsequently requested an easement release from the City. Staff research found no evidence of utilities located within the easement area with no current or future plans to utilize the easement area. Funding: N/A. This is a no -cost action. Recording fees are to be paid by the property owner. Recommendation: Approve and authorize the City Manager to sign the Release of Utility Easement and associated documents. Background / Analysis: During the design phase of the Port Angeles Waterfront Center (PAWL) project, an abandoned City easement was discovered for the property. The Executive Director of the Waterfront Center subsequently requested the City determine if City facilities were located within the easement area and if not, agree to release the easement. The Port of Port Angeles ("Grantor") executed and delivered to the City a utility easement dated May 18, 1976, recorded under Auditor's File No. 455972 in Volume 404 at Page 284, records of Clallam County, Washington. The easement area is located on the site of the future PAWL, shown on the Release of Utility Easement instrument. Research by engineering staff found no evidence of utilities located within the easement area. In addition, there are no current or future plans by the City to utilize the easement area. Funding Overview: This is a no cost action; recording fees will be paid by the property owner. July 2, 2019 E-42 PORT ANGELES WATERFRONT CENTER A home for arts and events that brings people together and strengthens our community April 17, 2019 James Burke Director of Public Works City of Port Angeles Public Works Department 321 E 5t'' Street Port Angeles, WA 98362 Subject: Relinquishment of Easement— Port Angeles Waterfront Center (PAWC) P.O.Box 71 Port Angeles, WA 98362 (360) 477-4679 www.pawaterfrontcenter.org During the design phase of the subject project, it was discovered that an abandoned City easement exists on the PAWC property as described in enclosure (a). To avoid violating City Ordinance 14.01.050, and move forward with construction of the Performing Arts Center in the near future, we are requesting the City relinquish the easement as shown on enclosure (b). Previous discussions have taken place with the City Legal and Engineering departments on this issue. We appreciate the City's support on this matter. If there are any questions, please contact Craig Fulton at cra ig.fulton(a@va nir.com or 425-417-4162 Sincerely, i Chris Fidler Executive Director Encl: (a) Easement 455972 dated May 18, 1976 (b) Zenovic & Associates Survey map dated January 8, 2018 cc: William Bloor Eric Walrath Craig Fulton Stephen Moriarty July 2, 2019 E-43 455.i72 - GRANT OF RICHT OF WAY THIS INDENTURE made this 1d= day of MAY 19 Tb by and between THE FORT OF PORT ANGELES =A �e sass as Crantor/s, and the CITY OF FORT ANGELES, as Grantee. For and in consideration of one dollar ($1.00) in hand paid and other benefits accruing to the Crantor/s, the undersigned Grantor/s hereby grant to the CITY OF PORT ANGELES a right of way for utility purposes over and across the following described real property: The northerly 10 feet of Lots 1 and 2 of block 2 of Tidelands West. 1976JU -I Ph ! 37 W ALICL C. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Grantor/s have hereunto set their hands the day and year first above written. STATS OF WASHINGTON ) t se County ofClallam Before me, a Notary Public, this day of NAT 19 76, personally appeared THE PORT OF FORT ANGELES XWtx , WouUm, to foe known to be the individuals named in and who executed the fore- going Grant of Right of Ways and they acknowledged to me that they executed the same as their free and voluntary act and deed, for the uses and purposes therein meeEioned..' ;l Ifi WMNB.• WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my head and official seal the day and,feav (Sr'st in his certificate above written. ......... Motaty Pubi :c in and for She S to of Washington. :esiding at & / s ax 41j4 Aw1fS4 July 2, 2019 E-44 ui 7 455971 2 EASEMENT GRAtrr OF RIGHT OF RAY THIS INDENTURE made this 11K— day of MAY 19 76 , by and between TRt PORT OF PORT ANGFLFS zad . hx modcf�, as Grantor/s, and the CITY OF PORT ANGELES, as Grantee. For and in consideration of one dollar ($1.00) in hand paid and other benefits accruing to the Grantor/s, the undersigned Grantor/s hereby grant to the CITY OF PORT ANGELES a right of way for utility purposes over and across the following described real property: The nortberly LO feet of Lots 1 and 2 of Block 2 of Tidelands West. J. PFl r Y/�A(�!.tf!G Ii2 1976JU -1 PH 1:'7 . �. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Grantor/s have hereunto set their hands the day and year first above written. STATE OF WASHINGTON ) I as County of Clallam ) Before me, a Notary Public, this iti day of MAY 19 76, personally appeared TRE PORT OF PORT ANGELES arc b*voc to me known to be the individuals named in and who executed the fore- going Grant of Right of Way, and they acknowledged to me that they executed the same as their free and voluntary act and deed, for the uses and purposes therein mentioned...' ::•'; r - ..Lti VME WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and official seal the day anri'fear.first i -t 'his certificate above written. Notar Pub!.c in and for, the Srate of Wash ngtcn, residing at /,. w 404 yr 84 July 2, 2019 E-46 AFTER RECORDING RETURN TO: City of Port Angeles Dept. of Public Works & Utilities 321 East Fifth Street Port Angeles, WA 98362 RELEASE OF UTILITY EASEMENT THIS RELEASE OF UTILITY EASEMENT ("Release") is executed this day of , 2019 by the CITY OF PORT ANGELES, WASHINGTON, a municipal corporation organized and existing under the laws of the State of Washington (the "City"). RECITALS: WHEREAS, the Port of Port Angeles ("Grantor") executed and delivered to the City that certain Easement dated May 18, 1976, recorded under Auditor's File No. 455972 in Volume 404 at Page 284, records of Clallam County, Washington (the "Easement"); WHEREAS, pursuant to the terms of the Easement, the City was granted a right of way for utility purpose legally described as: The northerly 10 feet of Lots 1 and 2 of Block 2 of Tidelands West, marked as Exhibit A and attached hereto (the "Subject Property"), which is visually depicted in the map attached hereto. The written and visual depiction of the easement area within the Release of Utility Easement will be referred to herein as the ("Easement Area"). WHEREAS, the Port Angeles Waterfront Center, a nonprofit corporation, ("Owner") is the current owner of record of the Subject Property; WHEREAS, the Owner has commenced development of portions of the Subject Property, and as part of such project, certain portions will occupy the Easement Area and the Easement Area is no longer used by the City for the intended purpose; WHEREAS, the Owner has requested that the City release its interest in the Easement and Easement Area and the City has agreed to release its interests in the Easement and Easement Area, subject to the conditions set forth below. NOW, THEREFORE, for good and valuable consideration, the receipt and sufficiency of which are hereby acknowledged, the City agrees as follows: 1. Recitals. All of the foregoing recitals are true and correct and expressly incorporated herein by this reference. 2. Release of Easement. The City hereby releases, terminates and quitclaims any and all right, title and interest in and to the Easement and Easement Area (the "Released Easement Area"); July 2, 2019 E - 47 provided, however, that the City's release of interest in and to the Released Easement Area shall be effective when and as the utilities within such areas are actually removed. 3. Recording. It shall be the responsibility of the Owner to record this Release in the Public Records of Clallam County, Washington. This Release is binding upon the Owner, its successors and assigns, and runs with the property underlying the Easement Area. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, this Release has been executed by the City on the day and year first above written. ATTEST: Kari Martinez -Bailey, City Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: William E. Bloor, City Attorney 2 CITY OF PORT ANGELES Nathan A. West, City Manager July 2, 2019 E - 48 8 7 6 5 5 3 2 1 ------------ 8 7 6 5 5 3 2 1 Front St Railroad Ave 1st St Vertical Datum = NA VO 88 Horizontal Datum =NAD 83191 Plot date June 2019 100 Feet Exhibit A Release of easement Legend ® Easement Parcel Lots / Building This map is not intended to be used as a legal description. July 2, 2019'his map__ing is produced by the City of Part Angeles far its own use and purposes. E - 49 Any other use of this map/drawing shall not be the responsibility of the City. v & IARCINFOIPropertylTidelands West Blk 2 release of easement. mxd .;,G� POR -T -ANGELES CITY COUNCIL WASH I N G T O N, u. S. MEMO Date: July 2, 2019 To: City Council From: Thomas Hunter, Director ofPublic Works & Utilities Subject: Changes to Electric Utility Port Angeles Municipal Code — Second Reading Summary: This is the second reading of proposed changes to several sections of the City's municipal code relating to the electric utility. These changes seek to simplify sections of the code and/or update sections to reflect current operational costs and processes. The first reading was conducted on June 18, 2019. Funding: There is no rate impact due to the proposed changes. These changes are bundling existing services at established rates. Recommendation: 1) Conduct the second reading of the attached ordinance; and 2) Approve and adopt the ordinance. Background / Analysis: Several parts of the Port Angeles Municipal Code (PAMC) require updating: • Time of Use - A Time of Use (TOU) electric rate charges higher electric rates during busy, high -use times (6:00 am through 10:00 pm) and lower electric rates during slow, light -usage times (10:00 pm through 6:00 am) as a way to decrease peak loads. In the seven years this rate has been in effect, no customers have requested this rate, and our meters will not support this usage. In addition, very few utilities in the country, much less the Pacific Northwest, offer TOU pricing. For those who do, the results have been inconclusive. Removing the TOU rates from PAMC 13.12.020 — 13.12.066 would simplify City utility rates. • Yard Lighting Efficiency - LED lights use less energy while providing stable directional lighting. Port Angeles is moving yard lighting to energy efficient LED lights. PAMC 13.12.072 is updated with the energy efficient watts and lumens to reflect the use of LEDs. Lockbox - Lockboxes provide utility staff access to secured locations to read meters or perform utility tasks. PAMC 3.70. 100(0) is updated to show the current installation costs. This is the second reading of proposed changes to sections of the Electric Utility Port Angeles Municipal Code; the first reading was conducted on June 18, 2019. Funding Overview: These changes are bundling existing services at established rates, with no rate impact due to the proposed changes. July 2, 2019 G-1 ORDINANCE NO. AN ORDINANCE of the City of Port Angeles, Washington amending sections of the Port Angeles Municipal Code relating to electric services and charges. THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PORT ANGELES DO HEREBY ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Ordinance 3085 as amended, and Chapter 3.70.110 of the Port Angeles Municipal Code relating to electric utility inspections and review fees is hereby amended by amending Chapter 3.70. 110 as follows: 3.70.110 - Public Works and Utilities Department fees and deposits. O. Electric utility fees. 1. Electrical work permits and fees. The fees for residential electrical inspections performed by the City, including all applicable taxes, shall be as follows: a. Service/feeder 200 amp...... $120.00 b. Service/feeder 20100 amp...... $146.00 c. Service/feeder 401-600 amp...... $205.00 d. Service/feeder 601-1,000 amp...... $262.00 e. Service/feeder over 1,000 amp...... $373.00 f Branch circuit with service feeder ..... $5.00 g. Branch circuit without service feeder ..... $63.00 h. Each additional branch circuit ..... $5.00 i. Temporary service/feeder 200 amp...... $93.00 j. Temporary service/feeder 20100 amp...... $110.00 k. Temporary service/feeder 401-600 amp...... $149.00 1. Temporary service/feeder 601-1000 amp...... $168.00 m. Hourly inspection fee $96.00 as authorized by the Public Works and Utilities Director. n. Signal circuit/limited energy -1 and 2 family dwellings ..... $64.00 o. Signal circuit/limited energy -multi -family dwellings ..... $64.00 p. Manufactured home connection ..... $120.00 q. Renewable electrical energy -5 KVA system or less ..... $102.00 r. Single and multi -family dwellings first 1,300 square feet ..... $120.00 s. Each additional 500 square feet or portion of single or multi -family dwelling ..... $40.00 t. Each outbuilding or detached garage ..... $74.00 u. Each swimming pool or hot tub ..... $110.00 V. Low -voltage thermostat $56.00, each additional low voltage thermostat ..... $5.00 W. City lockbox for access to electric meter ..... $75.00 185.00 X. Each additional inspection or site visit required as a result of an enforcement issue or safety violation ..... $56.00 1 July 2, 2019 G-2 y. Requests by property owners to inspect existing installations ..... $110.00 Z. Addition of up to four circuits ..... $75.00 2. Electrical work permits. The fees for non-residential electrical inspections performed by the City, including all applicable taxes, shall be as follows: a. Service/feeder 200 amp...... $132.00 b. Service/feeder 201-400 amp...... $160.00 c. Service/feeder 401-600 amp...... $225.00 d. Service/feeder 601-1,000 amp...... $288.00 e. Service/feeder over 1,000 amp...... $410.00 f. Branch circuit with service feeder ..... $5.00 g. Branch circuit without service feeder ..... $74.00 h. Each additional branch circuit ..... $5.00 i. Temporary service/feeder 200 amp...... $102.00 j. Temporary service/feeder 20100 amp...... $121.00 k. Temporary service/feeder 401-600 amp...... $164.00 1. Temporary service/feeder 601-1000 amp...... $185.00 in. Hourly inspection fee ..... $96.00 n. Sign/outline lighting ..... $88.00 o. Signal circuit/limited energy -commercial first 1,500 square feet ..... $96.00 p. Each additional 1,500 square feet or portion of commercial ..... $5.00 q. Renewable electrical energy -5 KVA system or less ..... $113.00 r. Each swimming pool or hot tub ..... $121.00 s. Low -voltage thermostat $56.00, each additional low voltage thermostat ..... $5.00 t. Each carnival ride and generator truck ..... $28.00 u. Each remote distribution equipment, concerts or gaming show ..... $9.00 V. First field inspection each year or a single concession or ride, not part of a carnival ..... $121.00 W. Subsequent inspection of a single concession or ride, not part of a carnival ..... $81.00 X. Berth at a marina or dock ..... $81.00 y. Each additional berth inspected at the same time ..... $54.00 Z. Industrial block permit ..... $2,309.00 aa. Each additional inspection or site visit required as a result of an enforcement issue or safety violation ..... $56.00 bb. City lockbox for access to electric meter ..... $75.00 185.00 cc. Requests by property owners to inspect existing installations ..... $121.00 dd. Addition of up to four circuits ..... $86.00 3. Pole attachment rate. The pole attachment rate shall be $15.85 per contract, which includes all taxes. 4. Connects/disconnects. The fee for special emergency connects or disconnects shall be $80.00 during regular hours and $140.00 outside of regular hours. 2 July 2, 2019 G-3 Section 2. Ordinance 2054 as amended, and Chapter 13.12 of the Port Angeles Municipal Code relating to electric rates are hereby amended by amending Chapter 13.12 as follows: CHAPTER 13.12 - ELECTRICITYSERVICES AND CHARGES 13.12.010 - General provisions applicable to all services. 13.12.015 - Time of use electric rate. 13.12.020 - Uniform electric rate. 13.12.021 - Point of delivery. 13.12.025 - Rate class assignment. 13.12.030 - Schedule R-03—Residential service. i i 03 i c edule n 03 Resi fia e time o f tis r��-viz—a �v��c��nxE'ii cim�ci�rc "" 13.12.040 - Schedule GS-03—General service. 13., n�-Se43oa Genefal sefviee fifne „f„"o "tom 13.12.041 - Schedule GD-03—General service demand. 13.,x-Se43oa Genefal sei=viee demctfid time of tise te. 13.12.042 - Schedule NP-03—Nonprofit. 13.12.0421 Sehe"Ie NP 03 Neopfefit Time of tise fate. 13.12.043 - Schedule GD-04—General service demand—Primary metered 13.12x-Se4 e&le GD 04 renefal serviee demand nritered 13.12.060 - Schedule PS-03—Primary service—Customer owned. 13.12.061 Sehedtile PS 03 Pfiffia. 13.12.065 - Schedule PS-04—Primary service—City owned. 13.12.071 -Schedule IT- 11Industrial transmission. 13.12.072 - Schedule L-03—Lighting. 13.12.073 - Schedule MW-03Municipal water pumping. 13.12.075 - Reserved. 13.12.090 - New or expanded loads. 13.12. 100 - Contract sales and purchases. 13.12.110 - Electrical work permits and fees. 13.12.120 - Contract and administration charge. 13.12.015 - Time of use electric rate. For customers requesting an optional time of use electric rate schedule, the monthly rates for electricity consumed shall be in accordance with sections 13.12.031, 13.12.0401, 13.12.0411, 13.12.0421, 13.12.044, and 13.12.061. The monthly rate includes all applicable taxes. For all time of use rates in these sections, heavy load hours are all hours from 6:00:00 a.m. to 1:59:59 p.m., Monday through Saturday. Medium load hours are all hours from 2:00:00 p.m. to 9:59:59 p.m., Monday through Saturday. Light load hours are all other hours Monday through Saturday, all day Sunday and all day on North American Electric Reliability Corporation specified holidays. Pacific Prevailing Time applies (Pacific Standard Time or Pacific Daylight Time, as applicable). July 2, 2019 G-4 13.12.020 - Uniform electric rate. The monthly rate for electricity consumed shall be in accordance with sections 13.12.030, 13.12.040, 13.12.041, 13.12.042, 13.12.043, 13.12.060 and 13.12.073. The monthly rate includes all applicable taxes. For all rates in these sections, heavy load hours are all hours from 6:00:00 a.m. to 9:59:59 p.m., Monday through Saturday. Light load hours are all other hours Monday through Saturday, all day Sunday and all day on North American Electric Reliability Corporation specified holidays. Pacific Prevailing Time applies (Pacific Standard Time or Pacific Daylight Time, as applicable). .eesefe�:er��t��eefrse�e�srrsasee�:e�e�rs�:e�e�e��:rerrr�.es� . r�� • .. .. .. s . Ms .�eIeeeee:��s�srr� ... - ... .. .. MIATOMMIIIIII MIATARA. IW ... 11111 giffiffiffilli 4 July 2, 2019 G-5 WISTOMMIIII WISTARM FAIRTME ♦ i i • i IM III ' t a July 2, 2019 G-6 ♦ ' A 1 .1' 11 ' t a July 2, 2019 G-6 lfTf �S . lEfff!*SISiffT�@!li�l.T.�i. . . ........... . ...... . ...... . . .....i. .. . ...... .. ... . ........ lfTf . �Efff!*� �flSifiR!l�lT July 2, 2019 G-7 ,,. MIN pno .. .. .11 ,,. pno ,,. �... July 2, 2019 G-8 a. Billing demand for- eaeh menth shall be based en th- - hE)t+r- Of KVA (appar-efit . 6. Monthly demand ehar-ge between Jttae 1 and Attgzttst 3 1, shall be $4.79 per- KVA for- 95 13.12.072 - Schedule L-03—Lighting. A. Applicability. This schedule applies to all approved unmetered yard and area lights. B. Installation. Yard or area lights are available upon request. Upon approval by the Public Works and Utilities Department, lights will be installed only on existing utility -owned poles for the use and convenience of customers. A one-year contract for service will be required before the light will be installed. Customer ownership of lighting is limited to existing lights only. C. Maintenance. The Public Works and Utilities Department retains ownership of the area lighting; maintenance of City owned lights shall be the responsibility of the Public Works and Utilities Department, maintenance of customer owned lights shall be the responsibility of the customer. D. Rates effective Awmwg June 1, 20149: 1. Lighting owned by the Public Works and Utilities Department: a. 489 40 watts/4,100 lumens or less: $12.43 per month. b. More than 489 40 watts/4.100 lumens, but 4-59 70 watts/7.500 lumens or less: $17.94 per month. c. More than 4-59 70 watts/7.500 lumens, but 289 110 watts/12.500 lumens or less: $19.96 per month. d. More than 289- 110 watts/ 12,500 lumens: $23.16 per month. 2. Existing lighting which remains owned by the customer: a. 489- 40 watts/4,100 lumens or less: $9.94 per month. b. More than 489 40 watts/4,100 lumens, but 4-58 70 watts/7,500 lumens or less: $14.37 per month. c. More than 4-58 70 watts/7,500 lumens, but 289 110 watts/12,500 lumens or less: $15.95 per month. d. More than 289 110 watts/12.500 lumens: $18.50 per month. Section 3 - Corrections. The City Clerk and the codifiers of this ordinance are authorized to make necessary corrections to this ordinance including, but not limited to, the correction of the scrivener's/clerical errors, references to other local, state, or federal laws, codes, rules or regulations, or ordinance numbering, section/subsection numbers and any references thereto. F-1 July 2, 2019 G-9 Section 4 - Severability. If any provisions of this Ordinance, or its application to any person or circumstances, are held invalid, the remainder of the Ordinance, or application of the provisions of the Ordinance to other persons or circumstances, is not affected. Section 5 - Effective Date. This Ordinance, being an exercise of a power specifically delegated to the City legislative body, is not subject to referendum. This ordinance shall take effect five (5) days after passage and publication of an approved summary thereof consisting of the title. PASSED by the City Council of the City of Port Angeles at a regular meeting of said Council held on the day of , 2019. Sissi Bruch, Mayor APPROVED AS TO FORM: William E. Bloor, City Attorney ATTEST: Kari Martinez -Bailey, City Clerk July 2, 2019 G-10 .;G� POR -T -ANGELES CITY COUNCIL WASH I N G T O N, u. S. MEMO Date: July 2, 2019 To: City Council From: Thomas Hunter, Director ofPublic Works & Utilities Subject: Changes to Wastewater Utility Port Angeles Municipal Code — Second Reading Summary: This is the second reading of proposed updates to several sections of the City's municipal code related to the wastewater utility. The first reading was conducted on June 18, 2019. The utility seeks to: • Raise the allowable pH level for dischargers; • Clarify language regarding food service establishments and general discharge standards; and Fix typographical errors. Funding: No rate impact due to the proposed changes. Recommendation: 1) Conduct the second reading of the attached ordinance; and 2) Approve and adopt the ordinance. Background / Analysis: This the second reading of proposed changes to sections of the Wastewater Utility Port Angeles Municipal Code (PAMC); the first reading was conducted on June 18, 2019. There have been no changes or questions since the first reading. The proposed updates include: • Upper pH discharge limit PANIC 13.06.030 State law requires Port Angeles to have pH limits at least as stringent as the state's pH limits; the Washington State upper pH limit is 11.0. PANIC 13.06.030 prohibits wastewater discharges with a pH below 5.0 and above 10.0 making the current PANIC upper pH limit more stringent than Washington State's. Amendment 4 1 would increase the City's upper pH discharge limit from 10.0 to 11.0, for all users of the sanitary sewer system. Grease Interceptors & Garbage Disposals PANIC 13.06.032 & 13.06.033 & 13.06.034 & 13.06.036. (Wordsmithing changes) These changes are intended to remove conflicting language regarding hydro -mechanical grease interceptors, garbage disposals, and solids separators. In several places, for the sake of consistency, the term "grease interceptor" has been replaced with the acronym "GI". • National Pretreatment Standards PANIC 13.06.041 (Wordsmithing changes) This section of the Code incorporates Federal wastewater discharge standards by reference. Deleting the word "categorical" clarifies that all pretreatment standards, both General and Categorical, apply to users of the City's sanitary sewer system. July 2, 2019 G-11 • Dilution & Mass -Based and/or Concentration -Based Limits PANIC 13.06.044 (Wordsmithing changes) Being able to impose equivalent mass -based limitations in lieu of concentration -based limits will allow the City regulatory flexibility to work with businesses wishing to conserve water without "conserving themselves into violation" of a concentration -based limit. • Typographical errors About five typographical errors were corrected in PANIC 13.06 Funding Overview: The proposed changes do not impact costs or rates. July 2, 2019 G-12 ORDINANCE NO. AN ORDINANCE of the City of Port Angeles, Washington amending Chapter 13.06 Industrial Wastewater provisions of the Port Angeles Municipal Code. THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PORT ANGELES DO HEREBY ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Ordinance 3397 as amended, and Chapter 13.06 of the Port Angeles Municipal Code relating to industrial wastewater are hereby amended by amending Chapter 13.06 as follows: CHAPTER 13.06 - INDUSTRIAL WASTEWATER PRETREATMENT 13.06.030 - Discharge prohibitions. The following discharges are prohibited: A. No user shall introduce or cause to be introduced into the POTW any pollutant or wastewater that causes pass through or interference. These general prohibitions apply to all users of the POTW whether or not they are subject to categorical pretreatment standards or any other National, State, or local pretreatment standards or requirements. B. No user shall introduce or cause to be introduced into the POTW the following pollutants, substances, or wastewater: 1. Pollutants that either alone or by interaction may create a fire or explosive hazard in the POTW, a public nuisance or hazard to life, or prevent entry into the sewers for their maintenance and repair or are in any way injurious to the operation of the system or operating personnel. This includes waste streams with a closed -cup flashpoint of less than 140 degrees F (60 degrees C) using the test methods specified in 40 CFR 261.21, or its successors. 2. Any soluble waste or wastes having a pH lower than 5.0 or higher than 411.0 or having any other corrosive property that reasonably could be hazardous to structures, equipment, or personnel of the City, such as, but not limited to, battery or plating acids and wastes, copper sulfate, chromium salts and compounds, or salt brine. 3. Solid or viscous substances in amounts that may cause obstruction to the flow in the sewer or other interference with the operation of the system. In no case shall solids greater than one-quarter inch (0.64 cm) in any dimension be discharged. 4. Pollutants, including oxygen -demanding pollutants (BOD, etc.), released in a discharge at a flow rate and/or pollutant concentration that, either singly or by interaction with other pollutants, will cause interference with the POTW. 1 July 2, 2019 G-13 5. Wastewater having a temperature that will interfere with the biological activity in the system, has detrimental effects on the collection system, or prevents entry into the sewer. In no case shall wastewater be discharged that causes the wastewater temperature at the treatment plant to exceed 104 degrees F (40 Q. 6. Petroleum oil, non -biodegradable cutting oil, or products of mineral oil origin, in amounts that will cause pass through or interference. 7. Pollutants that result in the presence of toxic gases, vapors, or fumes within the POTW in a quantity that may cause acute worker health and safety problems. 8. Trucked or hauled pollutants, except at discharge points designated by the Director in accordance with section 13.06.051 of this chapter. 9. Noxious or malodorous liquids, gases, solids, or other wastewater that either singly or by interaction with other wastes, are sufficient to create a public nuisance or a hazard to life, or to prevent entry into the sewers for maintenance or repair. 10. Wastewater that imparts color that cannot be removed by the treatment process, such as, but not limited to, dye wastes and vegetable tanning solutions, that consequently imparts color to the treatment plant's effluent, thereby violating the City's NPDES permit. 11. Wastewater containing any radioactive wastes or isotopes except in compliance with applicable State or Federal regulations. 12. Wastewater causing, alone or in conjunction with other sources, the treatment plant's effluent to fail toxicity test. 13. Detergents, surface-active agents, or other substances that may cause excessive foaming in the POTW. 14. Wastewater causing two readings on an explosion hazard meter at the point of discharge into the POTW, or at any point in the POTW, of more than ten percent or any single reading over 20 percent of the lower explosive limit based on an explosivity meter reading. C. The following classes of discharge are prohibited unless approved by the Director because of extraordinary circumstances, such as lack of direct discharge alternatives due to combined sewer service or need to augment sewage flows due to septic conditions: Noncontact cooling water in significant volumes. 2. Stormwater, or other direct inflow sources. 3. Wastewaters significantly affecting system hydraulic loading that do not require treatment or would not be afforded a significant degree of treatment by the system. 4. New discharges of stormwater, surface water, groundwater, artesian well water, roof runoff, subsurface drainage, condensate, deionized water, noncontact cooling water, and unpolluted wastewater, unless specifically authorized by the Director. 5. Sludges, screenings, or other residues from the pretreatment of industrial wastes, unless specifically authorized by the Director. 6. Medical wastes, except as specifically authorized by the Director in a wastewater discharge permit. July 2, 2019 G-14 D. Pollutants, substances, or wastewater prohibited by this section shall not be processed or stored in such a manner that an unintended discharge to the sanitary sewer or the storm sewer could occur. 13.06.032 - New construction. A. Prior to construction of a new FSE or NFD, a building permit shall be obtained from the appropriate jurisdiction. Plan submittals shall include kitchen fixture plan views and kitchen waste plans showing all potential grease discharging lines, all GIs, and connecting piping. The application shall be routed to the Director or his designee for review and approval prior to connecting new construction to the POTW. B. All new single occupancy food service establishment buildings shall be constructed with properly sized GIs. All kitchen drains and any other drains that may carry grease -laden waste shall be connected to a GI. A dishwasher shall not be connected to hydro -mechanical GIs. If a garbage disposal/garbage grinder/macerator or similar unit is installed in a kitchen, it must discharge to the GI through a solids interceptor plumbed immediately after the garbage disposal/garbage grinder/macerator or similar unit. The solids interceptor shall be maintained in proper operating condition at all times. if., i.. dfe ri,o,.ha-ni a G! is installed,the kiteher ri, He C. All new construction, multiple occupancy, and food service establishment buildings, shall include a separate waste line for all leasable spaces that discharge to a common 2,000 gallon or larger interceptor. This waste line shall be permanently marked to identify it as required by the Director. When a space is leased, sold, or rented to a FSE or NFD, all kitchen drains and any other drains that may carry grease -laden waste shall be connected to this waste line; no domestic sewage may be connected to this line. The property owner shall be responsible for proper maintenance of this interceptor in accordance with the provisions of this chapter. D. All new single occupancy NFD buildings shall install a properly sized GI. Gravity GIs are recommended, but hydro -mechanical GIs are permissible. All kitchen drains and any other drains that may carry grease -laden waste shall be connected to this GI (except the dishwasher if a hydro -mechanical GI is installed). If a hydro -mechanical GI is installed, the kitchen may not have a garbage disposal/garbage grinder/macerator or similar unit installed. E. Any FSE or NFD undertaking a substantial remodel will be considered to be new construction for the purposes of this chapter. 13.06.033 - Existing construction. A. Every person owning or operating an FSE without a functional GI shall be required to install a functional GI. The type of GI required will be determined by the Director, taking into account cost, available space and gradient, and any other pertinent information. Where feasible, all kitchen drains and any other drains that may carry grease -laden waste shall be connected to the GI. Dishwashers shall not be connected to hydro -mechanical grease interceptors. If a_garba_ ge disposal/ _garbage grinder/macerator or similar unit is installed in a kitchen, it must discharge to the GI through a solids interceptor plumbed immediately 3 July 2, 2019 G-15 after the garbage disposal/garbage grinder/macerator or similar unit. The disposal/ _garbage grinder/macerator or similar unit. The solids interceptor shall be maintained in proper operating condition at all times. gr-indef4naeer-ater- ^similar- tta t ins a4e B Any existing NFD without a functional GI may be required to install one. The type of GI required will be determined by the Director, taking into account cost, available space and gradient, whether the user is in a grease impact area, and any other pertinent information. Where feasible, all kitchen drains and any other drains that may carry grease -laden waste shall be connected to this GI (except the dishwasher if a hydro -mechanical GI is installed). If a hydro -mechanical GI is installed, the kitchen may not have a garbage disposal/garbage grinder/macerator or similar unit installed. 13.06.034 - Grease interceptor maintenance. A. All eptefsGls shall be maintained to ensure proper operation. At a minimum, gravity GIs shall be cleaned at least once every 90 days and hydro -mechanical GIs cleaned at least once per week. These required frequencies may be extended with the approval of the Director. GIs must be cleaned whenever the combined thickness of the floating greases and settled solids is equal to, or greater than, 25 percent of the total liquid depth in the GI. B. When cleaned, a gravity GI must be completely pumped out, all solids removed, solidified grease scraped from the interior and the structure and all internal plumbing inspected for damage and corrosion. The gravity GI shall be refilled with water prior to being placed back into operation. If repairs are required, they shall be performed within seven days. C. When cleaned, a hydro -mechanical GI must have surface grease and oil removed, settled solids removed, all sides scraped, removable parts removed and cleaned, be inspected for damage and corrosion, and be properly reassembled. If repairs are required, they shall be performed within seven days. D. The grease and solids that are removed in the process of cleaning a GI shall not be discharged back into the GI, any part of the POTW, any private sewer, any drainage piping, or storm sewer system. All grease and solids removed shall be handled and disposed of in accordance with Federal, State, County and Local laws, rules and regulations. Treated water inside a hydro -mechanical GI may be temporarily removed during cleaning and returned into the hydro -mechanical GI following complete cleaning. E. In addition to the maintenance required above, automatic grease interceptors shall be maintained in accordance with the manufacturers' guidelines. 13.06.035 - Grease interceptor additives. No additive may be introduced to the plumbing system that would reduce the effectiveness of the GI. 0 July 2, 2019 G-16 13.06.041 - National Pretreatment Standards. The eatege4eal--pretreatment standards found at 40 CFR Chapter I, Subchapter N, Parts 40540371, and its successors, are incorporated herein by this reference. A. Where a eategeniealpretreatment standard, local limit, or permit limit is expressed only in terms of either the mass or the concentration of a pollutant in wastewater, the Director may impose equivalent concentration or mass limits in accordance with sections 13.06.041(D)(3) and (E) (see 40 CFR 403.6(c)). B. When _at pretreatment standards are expressed in terms of a mass of pollutant that may be discharged per unit of production, the Director may either impose limits based on mass or equivalent effluent concentrations. The user must supply appropriate actual or projected long term production rates for the unit of production specified in order to facilitate this process (see 40 CFR 403.6(c)(2)). C. The Director may permit wastewater subject to a categorical pretreatment standard to be mixed with other wastewaters prior to treatment. In such cases, the user shall identify all categorical waste streams and provide sufficient information on each non -categorical waste stream to determine whether it should be considered dilute for each pollutant. Absent information showing that non -categorical waste streams contain the pollutant in question at levels above that of the supply water, such waste streams shall be considered dilute. In such situations, the Director shall apply the combined waste stream formula as found at 40 CFR 403.6(e), and its successors, to determine appropriate limits. D. When a eategefk-a4-pretreatment standard is expressed only in terms of pollutant concentrations, an industrial user may request that the City convert the limits to equivalent mass limits. 13.06.044 - Dilution. No user shall increase the use of process water, or in any way attempt to dilute a discharge, as a partial or complete substitute for adequate treatment to achieve compliance with a discharge limit, unless expressly authorized by an applicable pretreatment standard or requirement. The Director may impose equivalent mass limitations on users where deemed appropriate to safeguard against the use of dilution to meet applicable pretreatment standards or requirements, or in other cases when the imposition of equivalent mass limitations in lieu of, or in addition to, concentration based limitations is appropriate. 13.06.170 - Supplemental enforcement action. A. Penalties for late reports. The Director may assess a penalty of $100.00 to any user for each day that a report required by this chapter, a permit or order issued hereunder is late. Penalties accrue beginning the fifth day after the report is due. The Director's actions to 61 July 2, 2019 G-17 collect late reporting penalties shall not limit the Director's authority to initiate any other enforcement action. B. Performance bonds. The Director may require a satisfactory bond, payable to the City, in a sum not to exceed a value determined by the Director as necessary to assure the user will achieve consistent compliance with this chapter. The Director may require this bond as an enforcement response or as a prerequisite to issue or reissue a wastewater discharge permit. Any user who has failed to comply with any provision of this chapter, a previous permit or order issued hereunder, or any other pretreatment standard or requirement may be subject to this requirement. This bond may also be required of any category of user which has led to public burdens in the past regardless of the compliance history of the particular user. The City may use this bond to pay any fees, costs, or penalties assessed to the user whenever the user's account is in arrears for over 30 days. This includes the costs of cleanup of the site if the user goes out of business, sells the business to a person that does not first assume the bond, or goes bankrupt. Users may petition the Director to convert their performance bond to a requirement to provide liability insurance, or to forego any such safeguard based on their performance. User may petition no more frequently than once in any 12 -month period. C. Liability insurance. The Director may require a user to provide insurance if it previously failed to comply with any provision of this chapter, a previous permit, or order issued hereunder, or any other pretreatment standard or requirement. The Director may also require users in businesses which historically have left a public burden to clean up pollution to obtain this insurance, regardless of their compliance history. In such cases, users must provide proof that the insurance is sufficient to cover any liabilities incurred under this chapter, including the cost of damages to the POTW and the environment caused by the user. The Director may require users to provide the proof of such insurance either in response to noncompliance or prior to issuing or reissuing a wastewater discharge permit. D. Payment of outstanding gee-ees and penalties. The Director may decline to issue or reissue a wastewater discharge permit to any user who has failed to pay any outstanding fees, fines or penalties incurred as a result of any provision of this chapter, a previous permit or order issued hereunder. E. Water supply severance. The Director may order water service to a user severed whenever a user has violated or continues to violate any provision of this chapter, a permit, or order issued hereunder, or any other pretreatment standard or requirement. Users wishing to restore their service must first demonstrate their ability to comply with this chapter and pay the related costs of this action. Section 2 - Corrections. The City Clerk and the codifiers of this ordinance are authorized to make necessary corrections to this ordinance including, but not limited to, the correction of the scrivener's/clerical errors, references to other local, state, or federal laws, codes, rules or regulations, or ordinance numbering, section/subsection numbers and any references thereto. M July 2, 2019 G-18 Section 3- Severability. If any provisions of this Ordinance, or its application to any person or circumstances, are held invalid, the remainder of the Ordinance, or application of the provisions of the Ordinance to other persons or circumstances, is not affected. Section 4 - Effective Date. This Ordinance, being an exercise of a power specifically delegated to the City legislative body, is not subject to referendum. This ordinance shall take effect forty-six (46) days after notice of the ordinance adoption is given to Department of Ecology. PASSED by the City Council of the City of Port Angeles at a regular meeting of said Council held on the day of , 2019. APPROVED AS TO FORM: William E. Bloor, City Attorney ATTEST: Sissi Bruch, Mayor Kari Martinez -Bailey, City Clerk 7 July 2, 2019 G-19 t2 � PORTANGELES r� lww� WASH I N G T O N, U. S. CITY COUNCIL MEMO Date: July 2, 2019 To: City Council From: Nathan West, City Manager Subject: Restructure, Range adjustments, and a 2019 Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) for Management, Administrative and Non -Represented Personnel Summary: This is a proposal that includes some restructure of divisions, pay range adjustments, and a 2.5% Cost of Living adjustment (COLA) for the management, administrative, and non -represented personnel effective January 1, 2019. Funding: Additional cost associated with the cost of living adjustment is $25,300. However, other changes include Public Works and Utilities restructure which saved $72,800 and a Finance Department restructuring saving $8,400. Recommendation: Adopt the attached Resolution, and Approve reorganization of the accounting division of the Finance department. Background / Analysis: The City has been negotiating with all five union contracts since late 2018. The City settled with the Teamsters Sworn Officers Unit and the Teamsters Communication & Support Unit on May 21St. The City continues to negotiate with the AFSCME, IAFF and IBEW unions and believes an agreement will be reached soon with each of these groups. One element of the attached resolution is a 2.5% COLA effective January 1, 2019 for the management, administrative and non -represented personnel and is consistent with the COLA that was given to both Teamsters groups. A second element of the attached resolution adjusts the pay range of certain positions. Whenever non - represented positions become vacant, the City Manager's Office conducts a classification and compensation review. That is done to ensure the job duties, level of responsibility, and salary are still appropriate to the needs of the City and consistent with similar positions in comparable cities. As a result of this review, starting in 2018, the City has reduced some positions up to 6% by moving them to a lower salary range. Additionally, some new titles have been added to the salary schedules as re -organizations or restructures occur in a department and many of these changes have resulted in savings to the City. Two examples include the Public Works and Utilities Re -Organization that saved $72,800 and a re- organization of the four Senior Accountant positions in the Finance Department. Any position that has been added or increased in range has been approved by the City Council during an earlier meeting in 2018 or 2019. One exception is the Finance Department changes which are being presented for the first time this evening. July 2, 2019 H-1 Adjustments to pay ranges resulting from the review described in the preceding paragraph are included in and highlighted on the Exhibit A that is attached to the Resolution. These adjustments include: Public Works - • Public Works & Utilities Director — moved from range M46 to M44 • Removed Public Works & Utilities Deputy Director (range M42) • Removed Deputy Director of Power & Telecommunications (range M38) • Removed Assistant Director of Power Systems (range M38) — moved this position to Deputy Director of Power Systems and placed in range M40 • Deputy Director of Engineering/City Engineer — moved from pay range M40 to M38 • Deputy Director of Water/Wastewater and Deputy Director of Transportation — added to the salary schedule and placed at range M38 • Removed the Water/Wastewater Field Superintendent position (range M33) Parks — • Senior Center Manager — moved from pay range M24 to M22 • Removed Fine Arts Director (M24) — no longer a City employee City Manager's Office - • Information Technology Manager — approved by City Council as part of the 2019 budget and place in range M35. Also included in this proposal is an increase in pay range for the Parks & Recreation Director and Human Resources Manager and a restructure in the Finance Department. Currently the Parks & Recreations Director is at range M38 and all other Directors, with the exception of the City Attorney and Public Works & Utilities Director are at range M42. To better align the salary to match the duties of the Parks & Recreation Director it is recommended that position be moved into the same pay range as the other Directors (M42). This position has the same responsibilities and supervision of staff as the other Department Directors. Additionally, when the current Human Resources Manager was promoted into the position the salary range was dropped down by one pay range, from pay range M38 to M37. Considering the roles and responsibilities of the Human Resources Manager it is proposed that the pay range for this position be placed into what it was previously, pay range M38. The third element of this proposal is a reorganization of the accounting division of the Finance department. This change will re -organize the four Senior Accountant positions to create two Management Accountants, a Cost and Capital Accountant and a Financial Analyst position. The Management Accountants would be the primary backup to the Finance Director as well as the only other managers in the accounting division. As a result of the increased responsibility these positions will also move up from an M29 to an M31. A Financial Analyst will replace one of the Senior Accountants at a lower rate (M26). This position will provide backup and assistance to senior level staff. Finally, the last Senior Accountant was re -organized to a Cost and Capital Accountant. This position will remain at the same pay scale as the Senior Accountant, but the duties will vary. The overall cost savings associated with this re -organization is estimated to be $8,400. Attachments: July 2, 2019 H-2 • An organizational chart comparing the previous structure and the recommended changes to the accounting division of the Finance department. • Resolution o Attached to the Resolution as Exhibit A is an updated salary schedule to show the 2.5% COLA as well as the position changes and updated job titles. Funding Overview: Additional cost associated with the cost of living adjustment is $25,300. However, other changes include Public Works and Utilities restructure which saved $72,800 and a Finance Department restructuring saving $8,400. July 2, 2019 H-3 RESOLUTION NO. A RESOLUTION of the City Council of the City of Port Angeles, Washington, approving the changes to the salary schedule attached as Exhibit A and approving a 2.5% increase to the salary schedule effective January 1, 2019 for the City's non -represented management and administrative personnel. WHEREAS, the City previously established a uniform package of salaries, wages and benefits for its non -represented management and administrative employees; and WHEREAS, the salaries, wages and benefits for this group of employees should be consistent with the represented employee groups, and for that purpose these benefits must be amended from time to time; and WHEREAS, to preserve uniformity for the non -represented employees, it is necessary to adjust the salary schedules by 2.5% effective in January 1, 2019; and WHEREAS, to preserve uniformity for the non -represented employees, it is necessary to make other adjustments and changes to the salary schedules effective in 2019. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Port Angeles Washington that the salary schedule for the City's non -represented management and administrative personnel attached hereto as Exhibit A is hereby approved. PASSED by the City Council of the City of Port Angeles at a regular meeting of said Council held on the day of June 2019. ATTEST: Kari Martinez -Bailey, City Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: an William E. Bloor, City Attorney -1- S issi Bruch, Mayor July 2, 2019 H-4 CITY of PORT ANGELES Management Non -Represented Classification Salary Schedule -- Effective January 1, 2019 IMANAGEMENT RANGE I Grade M-01 IMANAGEMENT RANGE I Grade M-01 IMANAGEMENT RANGE I Grade M-03 IMANAGEMENT RANGE I Grade M-04 IStep!IM7HourlyRatel B'Amountl Monthly Salary I 1 $ 15.1860 $ 1,214.88 2 $ 15.6460 $ 1,251.68 3 $ 16.1170 $ 1,289.36 4 $ 16.5980 $ 1,327.84 5 $ 16.7630 $ 1,341.04 6 $ 16.9330 $ 1,354.64 7 $ 17.1000 $ 1,368.00 8 $ 17.2740 $ 1,381.92 9 $ 17.4450 $ 1,395.60 10 $ 17.6210 $ 1,409.68 11 $ 17.7960 $ 1,423.68 12 $ 17.9760 $ 1,438.08 13 $ 18.1530 $ 1,452.24 Exhibit A July 2, 2019 H-5 CITY of PORT ANGELES Management Non -Represented Classification Salary Schedule -- Effective January 1, 2019 IMANAGEMENT RANGE I Grade M-05 IMANAGEMENT RANGE I Grade M-06 IMANAGEMENT RANGE I Grade M-07 IMANAGEMENT RANGE I Grade M-08 1 $ 17.0970 $ 1,367.76 2 $ 17.6080 $ 1,408.64 3 $ 18.1400 $ 1,451.20 4 $ 18.6820 $ 1,494.56 5 $ 18.8680 $ 1,509.44 6 $ 19.0560 $ 1,524.48 7 $ 19.2480 $ 1,539.84 8 $ 19.4410 $ 1,555.28 9 $ 19.6360 $ 1,570.88 10 $ 19.8300 $ 1,586.40 11 $ 20.0280 $ 1,602.24 12 $ 20.2290 $ 1,618.32 13 $ 20.4320 $ 1,634.56 July 2, 2019 H-6 MANAGEMENT RANGE Grade M-09 IMANAGEMENT RANGE Grade M-10 IMANAGEMENT RANGE Grade M-11 IMANAGEMENT RANGE Grade M-11 CITY of PORT ANGELES Management Non -Represented Classification Salary Schedule -- Effective January 1, 2019 1 $ 19.6280 $ 1,617.28 $ 1,570.24 2 $ 20.2160 20.8020 $ 1,617.28 3 $ 20.8020 $ $ 1,664.16 4 $ 21.4280 4 $ 1,714.24 5 $ 21.6440 $ 45,905.60 $ 1,731.52 6 $ 21.8600 $ 1,836.88 $ 1,748.80 7 $ 22.0770 $ 1,801.12 $ 1,766.16 8 $ 22.2990 22.7390 $ 1,783.92 9 $ 22.5200 $ $ 1,801.60 10 $ 22.7450 9 $ 1,819.60 11 $ 22.9710 $ 48,245.60 $ 1,837.68 12 $ 23.2030 • : $ 1,856.24 13 $ 23.4350 $ 1,893.12 $ 1,874.80 1 $ 20.2160 $ 1,617.28 �' $ 42,049.28 2 $ 20.8020 $ 1,664.16 • : $ 43,268.16 3 $ 21.4280 $ 1,714.24 $ 1,765.60 $ 44,570.24 4 $ 22.0700 $ 1,765.60 $ 1,818.56 $ 45,905.60 5 $ 22.2930 $ 1,783.44 $ 1,836.88 $ 46,369.44 6 $ 22.5140 $ 1,801.12 $ 1,855.12 $ 46,829.12 7 $ 22.7390 $ 1,819.12 $ 1,873.52 $ 47,297.12 8 $ 22.9670 $ 1,837.36 ' : $ 47,771.36 9 $ 23.1950 $ 1,855.60 $ 1,911.28 $ 48,245.60 10 $ 23.4270 $ 1,874.16 • : $ 48,728.16 11 $ 23.6640 $ 1,893.12 $ 1,949.76 $ 49,221.12 12 $ 23.8960 $ 1,911.68 $ 1,969.20 $ 49,703.68 13 $ 24.1370 $ 1,930.96 $ 1,988.80 $ 50,204.96 1 $ 20.8020 $ 1,680.64 $ 1,664.16 $ 2 $ 21.4280 $ $ 1,714.24 $ 1,782.96 3 $ 22.0700 $ 1,836.40 $ 1,765.60 $ 4 $ 22.7320 $ $ 1,818.56 $ 1,873.28 5 $ 22.9610 $ 1,892.08 $ 1,836.88 $ 6 $ 23.1890 $ $ 1,855.12 $ 1,929.92 7 $ 23.4190 $ 1,949.28 $ 1,873.52 $ 8 $ 23.6560 $ $ 1,892.48 $ 1,988.40 9 $ 23.8910 $ 2,008.56 $ 1,911.28 10 $ 24.1320 $ 1,930.56 11 $ 24.3720 $ 1,949.76 12 $ 24.6150 $ 1,969.20 13 $ 24.8600 $ 1,988.80 1 $ 21.0080 $ 1,680.64 2 $ 21.6360 $ 1,730.88 3 $ 22.2870 $ 1,782.96 4 $ 22.9550 $ 1,836.40 5 $ 23.1830 $ 1,854.64 6 $ 23.4160 $ 1,873.28 7 $ 23.6510 $ 1,892.08 8 $ 23.8860 $ 1,910.88 9 $ 24.1240 $ 1,929.92 10 $ 24.3660 $ 1,949.28 11 $ 24.6120 $ 1,968.96 12 $ 24.8550 $ 1,988.40 13 $ 25.1070 $ 2,008.56 July 2, 2019 H-7 CITY of PORT ANGELES Management Non -Represented Classification Salary Schedule -- Effective January 1, 2019 IMANAGEMENT RANGE I Grade M-13 IMANAGEMENT RANGE I Grade M-14 IMANAGEMENT RANGE I Grade M-15 IMANAGEMENT RANGE I Grade M-16 1 $ 21.6360 $ 1,782.96 $ 1,730.88 $ 2 $ 22.2870 $ $ 1,782.96 $ 1,891.52 3 $ 22.9550 $ 1,948.16 $ 1,836.40 $ 4 $ 23.6440 $ $ 1,891.52 $ 1,987.52 5 $ 23.8810 $ 2,007.20 $ 1,910.48 $ 6 $ 24.1180 $ $ 1,929.44 $ 2,047.60 7 $ 24.3590 $ 2,067.92 $ 1,948.72 $ 8 $ 24.6020 $ $ 1,968.16 $ 2,109.68 9 $ 24.8500 $ 2,130.80 $ 1,988.00 10 $ 25.0960 $ 2,007.68 11 $ 25.3470 $ 2,027.76 12 $ 25.6030 $ 2,048.24 13 $ 25.8550 $ 2,068.40 1 $ 22.2870 $ 1,782.96 2 $ 22.9550 $ 1,836.40 3 $ 23.6440 $ 1,891.52 4 $ 24.3520 $ 1,948.16 5 $ 24.5950 $ 1,967.60 6 $ 24.8440 $ 1,987.52 7 $ 25.0900 $ 2,007.20 8 $ 25.3420 $ 2,027.36 9 $ 25.5950 $ 2,047.60 10 $ 25.8490 $ 2,067.92 11 $ 26.1090 $ 2,088.72 12 $ 26.3710 $ 2,109.68 13 $ 26.6350 $ 2,130.80 July 2, 2019 H-8 CITY of PORT ANGELES Management Non -Represented Classification Salary Schedule -- Effective January 1, 2019 MANAGEMENT RANGE Grade M-17 IMANAGEMENT RANGE Grade M -I8 IMANAGEMENT RANGE Grade M-19 IMANAGEMENT RANGE Grade M-10 Change Human Resources & Records Specialist to Human Resources Specialist 1 $ 24.3520 $ 1,948.16 2 $ 25.0940 $ 2,007.52 3 $ 25.8420 $ 2,067.36 4 $ 26.6250 $ 2,130.00 5 $ 26.8920 $ 2,151.36 6 $ 27.1620 $ 2,172.96 7 $ 27.4350 $ 2,194.80 8 $ 27.7060 $ 2,216.48 9 $ 27.9850 $ 2,238.80 10 $ 28.2620 $ 2,260.96 11 $ 28.5460 $ 2,283.68 12 $ 28.8300 $ 2,306.40 13 $ 29.1210 $ 2,329.68 1 $ 25.0940 $ 2,007.52 2 $ 52,195.52 2 $ 25.8420 $ 2,067.36 27.4210 $ 53,751.36 3 $ 26.6250 $ 2,130.00 5 $ 55,380.00 4 $ 27.4210 $ 2,193.68 28.8120 $ 57,035.68 5 $ 27.6960 $ 2,215.68 •' $ 57,607.68 6 $ 27.9730 $ 2,237.84 29.6830 $ 58,183.84 7 $ 28.2530 $ 2,260.24 11 $ 58,766.24 8 $ 28.5350 $ 2,282.80 ' • $ 59,352.80 9 $ 28.8190 $ 2,305.52 $ 59,943.52 10 $ 29.1080 $ 2,328.64 �' $ 60,544.64 11 $ 29.4000 $ 2,352.00 �' • $ 61,152.00 12 $ 29.6930 $ 2,375.44 $ 61,761.44 13 $ 29.9920 $ 2,399.36 $ 62,383.36 1 $ 25.8420 $ 2,067.36 2 $ 26.6250 $ 2,130.00 3 $ 27.4210 $ 2,193.68 4 $ 28.2450 $ 2,259.60 5 $ 28.5270 $ 2,282.16 6 $ 28.8120 $ 2,304.96 7 $ 29.1010 $ 2,328.08 8 $ 29.3930 $ 2,351.44 9 $ 29.6830 $ 2,374.64 10 $ 29.9790 $ 2,398.32 11 $ 30.2810 $ 2,422.48 12 $ 30.5840 $ 2,446.72 13 $ 30.8890 $ 2,471.12 1 $ 26.6250 $ 2,130.00 2 $ 27.4210 $ 2,193.68 3 $ 28.2450 $ 2,259.60 4 $ 29.0920 $ 2,327.36 5 $ 29.3810 $ 2,350.48 6 $ 29.6770 $ 2,374.16 7 $ 29.9710 $ 2,397.68 8 $ 30.2740 $ 2,421.92 9 $ 30.5750 $ 2,446.00 10 $ 30.8780 $ 2,470.24 11 $ 31.1890 $ 2,495.12 12 $ 31.5010 $ 2,520.08 13 $ 31.8160 $ 2,545.28 July 2, 2019 H-9 CITY of PORT ANGELES Management Non -Represented Classification Salary Schedule -- Effective January 1, 2019 IMANAGEMENT RANGE Grade M-11 IMANAGEMENT RANGE Grade M-11 Senior Center Manager IMANAGEMENT RANGE Grade M-13 IMANAGEMENT RANGE Grade M-14 Remove Human Resources Analyst & Fine Arts Center Director Move Senior Center Manager to range M22 1 $ 27.4210 $ 2,193.68 2 $ 28.2450 $ 2,259.60 3 $ 29.0920 $ 2,327.36 4 $ 29.9640 $ 2,397.12 5 $ 30.2640 $ 2,421.12 6 $ 30.5680 $ 2,445.44 7 $ 30.8720 $ 2,469.76 8 $ 31.1820 $ 2,494.56 9 $ 31.4920 $ 2,519.36 10 $ 31.8080 $ 2,544.64 11 $ 32.1260 $ 2,570.08 12 $ 32.4470 $ 2,595.76 13 $ 32.7710 $ 2,621.68 1 $ 28.2450 $ 2,397.12 $ 2,259.60 2 $ 29.0920 3 $ 2,327.36 3 $ 29.9640 $ $ 2,397.12 4 $ 30.8610 33.0750 $ 2,468.88 5 $ 31.1720 $ 2,672.64 $ 2,493.76 6 $ 31.4820 8 $ 2,518.56 7 $ 31.7980 $ $ 2,543.84 8 $ 32.1160 34.7590 $ 2,569.28 9 $ 32.4370 $ 2,808.72 $ 2,594.96 10 $ 32.7600 13 $ 2,620.80 11 $ 33.0910 $ 2,647.28 12 $ 33.4210 $ 2,673.68 13 $ 33.7530 $ 2,700.24 1 $ 29.0920 $ 2,397.12 $ 2,327.36 2 $ 29.9640 3 $ 2,397.12 3 $ 30.8610 $ $ 2,468.88 4 $ 31.7950 33.0750 $ 2,543.60 5 $ 32.1070 $ 2,672.64 $ 2,568.56 6 $ 32.4280 8 $ 2,594.24 7 $ 32.7520 $ $ 2,620.16 8 $ 33.0770 34.7590 $ 2,646.16 9 $ 33.4110 $ 2,808.72 $ 2,672.88 10 $ 33.7430 13 $ 2,699.44 11 $ 34.0800 $ 2,726.40 12 $ 34.4240 $ 2,753.92 13 $ 34.7640 $ 2,781.12 1 $ 29.9640 $ 2,397.12 2 $ 30.8670 $ 2,469.36 3 $ 31.7950 $ 2,543.60 4 $ 32.7500 $ 2,620.00 5 $ 33.0750 $ 2,646.00 6 $ 33.4080 $ 2,672.64 7 $ 33.7410 $ 2,699.28 8 $ 34.0770 $ 2,726.16 9 $ 34.4200 $ 2,753.60 10 $ 34.7590 $ 2,780.72 11 $ 35.1090 $ 2,808.72 12 $ 35.4600 $ 2,836.80 13 $ 35.8150 $ 2,865.20 July 2, 2019 H-10 CITY of PORT ANGELES Management Non -Represented Classification Salary Schedule -- Effective January 1, 2019 IMANAGEMENT RANGE I Grade M-15 IMANAGEMENT RANGE I Grade M-16 Financial Analyst IMANAGEMENT RANGE I Grade M-17 IMANAGEMENT RANGE I Grade M-18 1 $ 30.8670 $ 2,469.36 2 $ 31.7950 $ 2,543.60 3 $ 32.7500 $ 2,620.00 4 $ 33.7320 $ 2,698.56 5 $ 34.0710 $ 2,725.68 6 $ 34.4060 $ 2,752.48 7 $ 34.7530 $ 2,780.24 8 $ 35.0990 $ 2,807.92 9 $ 35.4520 $ 2,836.16 10 $ 35.8060 $ 2,864.48 11 $ 36.1620 $ 2,892.96 12 $ 36.5300 $ 2,922.40 13 $ 36.8910 $ 2,951.28 15 1 $ 31.7950 $ 2,543.60 2 $ 32.7500 $ 2,620.00 3 $ 33.7320 $ 2,698.56 4 $ 34.7450 $ 2,779.60 5 $ 35.0930 $ 2,807.44 6 $ 35.4460 $ 2,835.68 7 $ 35.8000 $ 2,864.00 8 $ 36.1560 $ 2,892.48 9 $ 36.5180 $ 2,921.44 10 $ 36.8840 $ 2,950.72 11 $ 37.2540 $ 2,980.32 12 $ 37.6250 $ 3,010.00 13 $ 38.0010 $ 3,040.08 1 $ 32.7500 $ 2,620.00 2 2 $ 33.7320 $ 2,698.56 $ 3 $ 34.7450 $ 2,779.60 36.8650 4 $ 35.7890 $ 2,863.12 $ 2,978.40 5 $ 36.1480 $ 2,891.84 7 6 $ 36.5070 $ 2,920.56 $ 7 $ 36.8730 $ 2,949.84 38.7450 8 $ 37.2420 $ 2,979.36 $ 3,130.48 9 $ 37.6150 $ 3,009.20 12 10 $ 37.9930 $ 3,039.44 $ 11 $ 38.3700 $ 3,069.60 12 $ 38.7530 $ 3,100.24 13 $ 39.1420 $ 3,131.36 1 $ 33.7320 $ 2,698.56 2 $ 34.7450 $ 2,779.60 3 $ 35.7890 $ 2,863.12 4 $ 36.8650 $ 2,949.20 5 $ 37.2300 $ 2,978.40 6 $ 37.6040 $ 3,008.32 7 $ 37.9810 $ 3,038.48 8 $ 38.3580 $ 3,068.64 9 $ 38.7450 $ 3,099.60 10 $ 39.1310 $ 3,130.48 11 $ 39.5230 $ 3,161.84 12 $ 39.9180 $ 3,193.44 13 $ 40.3170 $ 3,225.36 July 2, 2019 H-11 CITY of PORT ANGELES Management Non -Represented Classification Salary Schedule -- Effective January 1, 2019 IMANAGEMENT RANGE I Grade M-29 IMANAGEMENT RANGE I Grade M-30 1 $ 34.7450 $ 2,949.20 $ 2,779.60 $ 2 $ 35.7890 $ $ 2,863.12 $ 3,128.64 3 $ 36.8650 $ 3,222.48 $ 2,949.20 $ 4 $ 37.9690 $ $ 3,037.52 $ 3,287.28 5 $ 38.3500 $ 3,320.32 $ 3,068.00 $ 6 $ 38.7330 $ $ 3,098.64 $ 3,386.96 7 $ 39.1210 $ 3,421.04 $ 3,129.68 $ 8 $ 39.5110 $ $ 3,160.88 $ 3,489.68 9 $ 39.9050 $ 3,524.32 $ 3,192.40 $ 3,558.72 10 $ 40.3040 44.9290 $ 3,224.32 11 $ 40.7080 $ 3,630.24 $ 3,256.64 12 $ 41.1150 $ 3,289.20 13 $ 41.5270 $ 3,322.16 1 $ 35.7890 $ 2,949.20 $ 2,863.12 $ 2 $ 36.8650 $ $ 2,949.20 $ 3,128.64 3 $ 37.9690 $ 3,222.48 $ 3,037.52 $ 4 $ 39.1080 $ $ 3,128.64 $ 3,287.28 5 $ 39.5010 $ 3,320.32 $ 3,160.08 $ 6 $ 39.8940 $ $ 3,191.52 $ 3,386.96 7 $ 40.2940 $ 3,421.04 $ 3,223.52 $ 8 $ 40.6950 $ $ 3,255.60 $ 3,489.68 9 $ 41.1050 $ 3,524.32 $ 3,288.40 $ 3,558.72 10 $ 41.5160 44.9290 $ 3,321.28 11 $ 41.9290 $ 3,630.24 $ 3,354.32 12 $ 42.3480 $ 3,387.84 13 $ 42.7730 $ 3,421.84 1 $ 36.8650 $ 2,949.20 2 $ 37.9690 $ 3,037.52 3 $ 39.1080 $ 3,128.64 4 $ 40.2810 $ 3,222.48 5 $ 40.6850 $ 3,254.80 6 $ 41.0910 $ 3,287.28 7 $ 41.5040 $ 3,320.32 8 $ 41.9190 $ 3,353.52 9 $ 42.3370 $ 3,386.96 10 $ 42.7630 $ 3,421.04 11 $ 43.1870 $ 3,454.96 12 $ 43.6210 $ 3,489.68 13 $ 44.0540 $ 3,524.32 1 $ 37.9690 $ 3,037.52 2 $ 39.1080 $ 3,128.64 3 $ 40.2810 $ 3,222.48 4 $ 41.4890 $ 3,319.12 5 $ 41.9020 $ 3,352.16 6 $ 42.3230 $ 3,385.84 7 $ 42.7440 $ 3,419.52 8 $ 43.1750 $ 3,454.00 9 $ 43.6060 $ 3,488.48 10 $ 44.0420 $ 3,523.36 11 $ 44.4840 $ 3,558.72 12 $ 44.9290 $ 3,594.32 13 $ 45.3780 $ 3,630.24 July 2, 2019 H-12 CITY of PORT ANGELES Management Non -Represented Classification Salary Schedule -- Effective January 1, 2019 IMANAGEMENT RANGE Grade M-33 Moved from IUOE tr302- Water Sup; Wastewater Supt- REMOVE Remove Water/Wastewater Superintendent positions - replaced with Deputy Director of Water/Wastewater MANAGEMENT RANGE Grade M-34 MANAGEMENT RANGE Grade M-35 PenCorn Manager Engineering Manager Remove PenCom Manager Add Information Technology Manager Moved from IUOE #302- Engineering Manager- REMOVE MANAGEMENT RANGE Grade M-36 1 $ 39.1080 $ 3,128.64 2 2 $ 40.2810 $ 3,222.48 $ 3 $ 41.4890 $ 3,319.12 44.0180 4 $ 42.7330 $ 3,418.64 $ 3,556.64 5 $ 43.1610 $ 3,452.88 7 6 $ 43.5920 $ 3,487.36 $ 7 $ 44.0320 $ 3,522.56 46.2620 8 $ 44.4710 $ 3,557.68 $ 3,738.00 9 $ 44.9150 $ 3,593.20 12 10 $ 45.3620 $ 3,628.96 $ 11 $ 45.8170 $ 3,665.36 12 $ 46.2740 $ 3,701.92 13 $ 46.7390 $ 3,739.12 1 $ 40.2810 $ 3,222.48 2 $ 41.4890 $ 3,319.12 3 $ 42.7330 $ 3,418.64 4 $ 44.0180 $ 3,521.44 5 $ 44.4580 $ 3,556.64 6 $ 44.9020 $ 3,592.16 7 $ 45.3510 $ 3,628.08 8 $ 45.8050 $ 3,664.40 9 $ 46.2620 $ 3,700.96 10 $ 46.7250 $ 3,738.00 11 $ 47.1940 $ 3,775.52 12 $ 47.6650 $ 3,813.20 13 $ 48.1400 $ 3,851.20 1 $ 41.4890 $ 3,319.12 2 $ 42.7330 $ 3,418.64 3 $ 44.0180 $ 3,521.44 4 $ 45.3380 $ 3,627.04 5 $ 45.7910 $ 3,663.28 6 $ 46.2490 $ 3,699.92 7 $ 46.7110 $ 3,736.88 8 $ 47.1780 $ 3,774.24 9 $ 47.6490 $ 3,811.92 10 $ 48.1270 $ 3,850.16 11 $ 48.6090 $ 3,888.72 12 $ 49.0910 $ 3,927.28 13 $ 49.5830 $ 3,966.64 July 2, 2019 H-13 CITY of PORT ANGELES Management Non -Represented Classification Salary Schedule -- Effective January 1, 2019 MANAGEMENT RANGE Grade M-37 Human Resource Manager Light Operations Manager Change Light Operations Manager to Light Operations Manager/Electrical Engineering Manager Move Human Resources Manager to range M38 Moved from IUOE #302- Light Operations Manager- REMOVE MANAGEMENT RANGE Grade M-38 Deputy Fire Marshall Senior Assistant City Attorney Deputy Director --Power & Telecommunication Systems Parks & Recreation Director Assistant Director of Power Systems Remove Dep Dir Power&Telecomm & Asst Dir of Power Systems Move Parks & Recreation Director to range M42 Moved from IUOE #302- Assistant Director of Power Systems -REMOVE Add Human Resources Manager, Dep Director of Transportation, Dep Director of Water/Wastewater, Dep Director of Engineering IMANAGEMENT RANGE I Grade M-39 IMANAGEMENT RANGE I Grade M-40 Deputy Director of Power Systems 1 $ 44.8550 $ 3,588.40 2 $ 46.2020 $ 3,696.16 3 $ 47.5870 $ 3,806.96 4 $ 49.0150 $ 3,921.20 5 $ 49.5050 $ 3,960.40 6 $ 50.0000 $ 4,000.00 7 $ 50.4980 $ 4,039.84 8 $ 51.0060 $ 4,080.48 9 $ 51.5150 $ 4,121.20 10 $ 52.0310 $ 4,162.48 11 $ 52.5480 $ 4,203.84 12 $ 53.0770 $ 4,246.16 13 $ 53.6040 $ 4,288.32 1 $ 46.2020 $ 3,696.16 2 $ 47.5870 $ 3,806.96 3 $ 49.0150 $ 3,921.20 4 $ 50.4850 $ 4,038.80 5 $ 50.9910 $ 4,079.28 6 $ 51.4990 $ 4,119.92 7 $ 52.0160 $ 4,161.28 8 $ 52.5370 $ 4,202.96 9 $ 53.0580 $ 4,244.64 10 $ 53.5910 $ 4,287.28 11 $ 54.1280 $ 4,330.24 12 $ 54.6680 $ 4,373.44 13 $ 55.2150 $ 4,417.20 1 $ 49.0150 $ 3,921.20 2 $ 50.4850 $ 4,038.80 3 $ 51.9990 $ 4,159.92 4 $ 53.5690 $ 4,285.52 5 $ 54.0950 $ 4,327.60 6 $ 54.6370 $ 4,370.96 7 $ 55.1840 $ 4,414.72 8 $ 55.7330 $ 4,458.64 9 $ 56.2910 $ 4,503.28 10 $ 56.8560 $ 4,548.48 11 $ 57.4220 $ 4,593.76 12 $ 57.9990 $ 4,639.92 13 $ 58.5760 $ 4,686.08 July 2, 2019 H-14 CITY of PORT ANGELES Management Non -Represented Classification Salary Schedule -- Effective January 1, 2019 IMANAGEMENT RANGE I Grade M-41 IMANAGEMENT RANGE I Grade M-41 Remove Dep Director of Public Works & Utilities Parks & Recreation Director IMANAGEMENT RANGE I Grade M-43 IMANAGEMENT RANGE I Grade M-44 Director of Public Works & Utilities 1 $ 50.4850 $ 4,038.80 2 $ 51.9990 $ 4,159.92 3 $ 53.5690 $ 4,285.52 4 $ 55.1730 $ 4,413.84 5 $ 55.7170 $ 4,457.36 6 $ 56.2740 $ 4,501.92 7 $ 56.8390 $ 4,547.12 8 $ 57.4050 $ 4,592.40 9 $ 57.9800 $ 4,638.40 10 $ 58.5620 $ 4,684.96 11 $ 59.1450 $ 4,731.60 12 $ 59.7380 $ 4,779.04 13 $ 60.3360 $ 4,826.88 1 $ 53.5690 $ 4,414.16 $ 4,285.52 2 $ 55.1730 3 $ 4,413.84 3 $ 56.8320 $ $ 4,546.56 4 $ 58.5350 60.8920 $ 4,682.80 5 $ 59.1190 $ 4,920.24 $ 4,729.52 6 $ 59.7140 8 $ 4,777.12 7 $ 60.3070 $ $ 4,824.56 8 $ 60.9140 64.0010 $ 4,873.12 9 $ 61.5190 $ 5,171.36 $ 4,921.52 10 $ 62.1370 13 $ 4,970.96 11 $ 62.7590 $ 5,020.72 12 $ 63.3880 $ 5,071.04 13 $ 64.0210 $ 5,121.68 1 $ 55.1770 $ 4,414.16 2 $ 56.8270 $ 4,546.16 3 $ 58.5350 $ 4,682.80 4 $ 60.2940 $ 4,823.52 5 $ 60.8920 $ 4,871.36 6 $ 61.5030 $ 4,920.24 7 $ 62.1180 $ 4,969.44 8 $ 62.7390 $ 5,019.12 9 $ 63.3640 $ 5,069.12 10 $ 64.0010 $ 5,120.08 11 $ 64.6420 $ 5,171.36 12 $ 65.2900 $ 5,223.20 13 $ 65.9410 $ 5,275.28 July 2, 2019 H-15 CITY of PORT ANGELES Management Non -Represented Classification Salary Schedule -- Effective January 1, 2019 IMANAGEMENT RANGE I Grade M-45 IMANAGEMENT RANGE I Grade M-46 Remove Director of Public Works & Utilities IMANAGEMENT RANGE I Grade M-47 1 $ 56.8320 $ 4,546.56 2 2 $ 58.5330 $ 4,682.64 $ 3 $ 60.2940 $ 4,823.52 63.9640 4 $ 62.1010 $ 4,968.08 $ 5,168.00 5 $ 62.7190 $ 5,017.52 7 6 $ 63.3490 $ 5,067.92 $ 7 $ 63.9800 $ 5,118.40 67.2260 8 $ 64.6220 $ 5,169.76 $ 5,431.92 9 $ 65.2650 $ 5,221.20 12 10 $ 65.9210 $ 5,273.68 $ 11 $ 66.5780 $ 5,326.24 12 $ 67.2460 $ 5,379.68 13 $ 67.9180 $ 5,433.44 1 $ 58.5350 $ 4,682.80 2 $ 60.2920 $ 4,823.36 3 $ 62.1010 $ 4,968.08 4 $ 63.9640 $ 5,117.12 5 $ 64.6000 $ 5,168.00 6 $ 65.2490 $ 5,219.92 7 $ 65.9000 $ 5,272.00 8 $ 66.5600 $ 5,324.80 9 $ 67.2260 $ 5,378.08 10 $ 67.8990 $ 5,431.92 11 $ 68.5780 $ 5,486.24 12 $ 69.2640 $ 5,541.12 13 $ 69.9540 $ 5,596.32 1 $ 60.2940 $ 4,823.52 2 $ 62.0990 $ 4,967.92 3 $ 63.9640 $ 5,117.12 4 $ 65.8830 $ 5,270.64 5 $ 66.5390 $ 5,323.12 6 $ 67.2070 $ 5,376.56 7 $ 67.8780 $ 5,430.24 8 $ 68.5590 $ 5,484.72 9 $ 69.2410 $ 5,539.28 10 $ 69.9360 $ 5,594.88 11 $ 70.6360 $ 5,650.88 12 $ 71.3420 $ 5,707.36 13 $ 72.0550 $ 5,764.40 City Manager (by Council approved contract) * I 1 $ 71.6640 $ 5,733.12 $ 149,061.12 Update City Manager pay as approved per contract $ 70.6731 5653.85 $147,000 NOTE: The annual salary is adjusted in Superion by the COLA amount (2.5%). July 2, 2019 H-16 Current Finance Organization Accounting Division FINANCE DIRECTOR ACCOUNTING ML SENIOR SENIOR SENIOR SENIOR ACCOUNTANT FACCOUNTANT ACCOUNTANT ACCOUNTANT PAYROLL SPECIALIST ACCOUNTING TECHNICIAN ACCOUNTANT ACCOUNTING TECHNICIAN j Recommended Finance Re -organization Accounting Division IFF FINANCE DIRECTOR ACCOUNTING ,4 COST & CAPITAL ACCOUNTANT MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTANT FINANCIAL ANALYST reTKK811101kM01kI PAYROLL SPECIALIST 0 LVA M01reC 4LVA 1401k&TK1Lm►krel►kl ACCOUNTING TECHNICIAN ACCOUNTING TECHNICIAN July 2, 2019 H-17 CHARTER OF COMPASSION FOR CLALLAM COUNTY We, the residents and citizens of Clallam County, declare our shared commitment to embrace compassion as a value that we will intentionally build into the culture of our communities on every level and join an international network of communities wcorld- wide. By affirming the Charter of Compassion, we agree to establish, create and sustain pro- grams in support of compassionate awareness, policies and activities. Compassion will be expanded by engaging people in community -wide services and activities.. VVe invite individuals, clubs, community groups, organizations, businesses, schools and local government to uphold compassion as a primary value. Scientific research reveals that early interventions with youth using policies of compas- sion show great promise for positive change. Shared responsibility for the safety and well-being of those without a place to call home is an act of compassion. We resolve to embrace compassion as a key value and support theexploration and devel- opment of policies and programs that integrate compassion into the daily life of our community. July 2, 2019 1-1 �,.0 E E N o . ISSr.r..r ,. 0 U N ° 0 Ew m @CL CL E C E E- O OV Z � vSCL) Q - av E Q Qom. 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CITY COUNCIL MEMO Date: June 18, 2019 To: City Council From: Aubry Bright, Senior Center Manager (on behalf of Director, Corey Delikat) Subject: Purchase Agreement- Parks Maintenance Building Summary: On December 14, 2018, the Parks Maintenance Shop on 16' Street was destroyed when a nearby tree fell onto the structure during a large storm event. The City has the opportunity to purchase an unassembled new metal building from Platypus Marine, Inc., only made possible by their generous donation and offer to let the City buy the building for half of the purchase price. Platypus Marine, Inc. and owner, Judson Linnabary, are donating $148,097.46 so the City can purchase the unassembled metal building, which they no longer need after purchasing and moving into the old Sunset Wire & Rope building. Funding: Total value of the unassembled building is $296,872.50. Platypus Marine, Inc. and owner, Judson Linnabary, are donating $148,097.46. The City will pay the remaining balance of the cost of the building plus moving costs, making a total of $160,436.25. Of that amount, $123,097.46 are the proceeds from an insurance claim. The additional $37,338.79 will be taken out of the General Fund Reserves. Recommendation: (1) Approve and authorize the City Manager to sign the Purchase Agreement with Platypus Marine, Inc. and 50 year warranty with General Steel Buildings; (2) Make minor modifications to the agreement, if necessary. Background / Analysis: On December 14, 2018, residents of the City of Port Angeles experienced a powerful windstorm that toppled trees, forced roadway closures, and left 30,000 utility customers in Clallam County without power. At approximately noon during the storm event, a large tree fell on top of the City's 2,000 square foot Parks Maintenance building located at 1310 West 16' Street, next to the Public Works 'T" Street substation. Thankfully, no employees were inside of the building because the maintenance building was damaged beyond repair (See attached photo 1). The City promptly made claims with both FEMA and WCIA, the City's insurance company, on the damage that occurred to City property, including the Parks Maintenance Building. WCIA conducted an evaluation of the insurance claim. In doing so, they determined the replacement cost of the maintenance building, and to that amount they applied 65% depreciation deduction to account for the age of the building, which resulted in a net valuation of $148,097.46. to that amount, they applied the City's insurance deductible of $25,000, which reduced the net payment to the City down to $123,097.46. A few months after the storm event, the City was approached by the president and owner of Platypus Marine Inc., Judson Linnabary. He asked whether the City was interested in purchasing a brand new, unassembled Prefab Metal Building that was purchased and engineered for use on their property. The building was no longer needed by Platypus Marine after they purchased the former Sunset Wire & Rope building across the street on Marine Drive. July 2, 2019 J-1 The unassembled building is 3,000 square feet and includes a second floor mezzanine, making it a total of 6,000 square feet. Linnabary is offering to sell the building to the City for $.50 on the dollar, making the $296,872.50 cost only $148,436.25 to the City. The other $148,436.25 would be a donation made by Platypus Marine. This overall cost includes the General Steel building ($167,678), the General Steel mezzanine ($34,994.50), and design costs totaling ($94,200). The 50 year warranty of the building will also be transferred to the City of Port Angeles. In addition to the building purchase, Platypus Marine will also move the building for the City for an additional $12,000, making the total purchase price to the city $160,436.25. The City proposes to use the $123,097.46 that it received from their insurance company, along with $37,338.79 from the General Fund Reserves, to pay the remaining amount. Once purchased, the building will be transported to a location on Port property near the airport to be stored until the City is able to fund the $500,000 Capital Facility Project PK07-19, which is expected within the next two years (Parks Maintenance Building). The building will go on the current property where the last building was destroyed. Parks & Recreation will be working with Public Works on the surrounding area to ensure additional trees do not fall in another event. As you can see in both attached pictures, the F Street substation was near the tree when it fell and would have been a multimillion dollar project to replace if the tree had fallen another 20 feet to the east. The City will also be looking into demolishing the old building later this year and that will be brought forward to the Council as well. Photo #1 July 2, 2019 J-2 Photo #2 Funding Overview: Total value of the unassembled building is $296,872.50. Platypus Marine, Inc. and owner, Judson Linnabary, are donating $148,097.46. The City will pay the remaining balance of the cost of the building plus moving costs, making a total of $160,436.25. Of that amount, $123,097.46 are the proceeds from an insurance claim. The additional $37,338.79 will be taken out of the General Fund Reserves. July 2, 2019 J-3 14 �* t �I• � . �, 2't .. � I eW.' ' hM V *N�.`� Y �.' ,( r�`Iyl� x{ � Iryr� 0 4 wl mw I qg ..r1 •ry.�,�R'ly,f� � _`���� 4�� - '��..,,,`� th�s��r�. _..e-'^ ` pv`. I ' I` i ;G� POR -T -ANGELES CITY COUNCIL vr WASH I N G T O N, u. S. MEMO Date: July 2, 2019 To: City Council From: Thomas Hunter, Director, Public Works and Utilities Subject: Lauridsen Boulevard Overlay, Project TR0515, Award Construction Contract Summary: The purpose of this memo is to award the construction contract for the Lauridsen Boulevard Overlay Project. This project will include vehicular and pedestrian traffic improvements to Lauridsen Boulevard between Lincoln Street and Lauridsen Court while implementing traffic calming methods, pedestrian safety measures, and improving ADA accessibility. The project was advertised and bids were opened on June 25th, 2019. Lakeside Industries, Inc. of Port Angeles, WA is the low responsible bidder with a total bid amount of $1,022,955.00. Low Bid: Lakeside Industries, Inc. Base Bid (Schedule A & B) $ 933,105.00 Additive 1 $ 89,850.00 Total Bid $1,022,955.00 Funding: Approved 2020-2025 Capital Facilities Plan (CFP) includes the following funding: TIB grant $ 539,744.00 Transportation Benefit Dist. $ 450.000.00 Total Approved Funding $ 989,744.00 Budget 4: 312-7930-595-6510 Recommendation: Approve and authorized the City Manager to: 1) Award the base bid and sign a construction contract with Lakeside Industries, Inc. of Port Angeles, WA, for the Lauridsen Blvd. Overlay Project TR0515 for the Base Bid amount of $933,105.00, including applicable taxes; and make minor modifications to the contract, if necessary; and 2) Reject the additive bid from Lakeside Industries, Inc. of Port Angeles, WA. Background / Analysis: The Washington State Transportation Improvement Board (TIB) awarded the City a high-priority arterial pavement preservation grant of up to $580,800. The grant was accepted by City Council on December 18, 2018 for use in preserving the Lauridsen Blvd. roadway between Lincoln Street and Lauridsen Court. Project improvements will increase traffic and pedestrian safety and promote public accessibility. These factors are important since the area serves two elementary schools, the public library, a primary route to the high school, the Boys and Girls Club, and PHA's recent low-income housing expansion project. This project supports the City's Comprehensive Plan: • Goal (G -4A) "To develop a coordinated, multimodal system, which services all areas of'the city and all types of users in a safe, economical, and efficient manner. " • Goal (G -4B) "To improve circulation patterns across and within the community, and to achieve the desired urban design of the City." July 2, 2019 J-4 The project was designed by City Engineering staff in coordination with community outreach assistance and transportation engineering oversight by Parametrix, Inc. Input opportunities were offered to the public including an open house and an on-line survey. Feedback from the public was used to solidify the project's final design. Notice of the bid opportunity was advertised through the Municipal Research and Services Center (MRSC) Rosters on June 5, 2019, in the Peninsula Daily News, the Daily Journal of Commerce, and on the City website. On June 25, 2019, one bid was received and opened. The lowest responsible bidder was Lakeside Industries, Inc, in the amount of $1,022,955.00. The engineer's estimate for the work was $930,367.70. The project was bid in three schedules: Base Bid Schedule A - all TIB grant -funded components, including: • removal of existing and installation of new asphalt, • ADA sidewalk ramps, • concrete work associated with ADA ramps, and • pavement markings. Base Bid Schedule B — non -grant -funded components, including: • traffic calming choker islands, • pedestrian refuge islands, • added traffic control measures, and • concrete curb and gutter for upgrade to city standards, but not associated with ADA ramps. Additive 1 — warranted safety measures (may be removed from the project, if budget constraints deem necessary). • solar powered Rectangular Rapid Flash Beacons (RRFBs) Total Bid Amounts Contractor Base Bid — Sch A Base Bid — Sch B Additive Bid 1 Total Project Lakeside Industries, Inc., $794,050.50 $139,054.50 $89,850.00 $1,022,955.00 Port Angeles, WA Engineer's Estimate $799,417.70 $88,950.00 $42,000.00 $930,367.70 Funding Overview: This project is included in the approved 2020 CFP with TIB grant funding in the amount of up to $580,800. The contractor's bid for Schedule A came in lower than the total eligible amount for grant funding, therefore, the actual amount of grant funding applied to this project is $539,744.00. The City's match for Schedule A and traffic safety improvements in Schedule B are funded from the City's Transportation Benefit District (TBD) sales tax. 2 July 2, 2019 J-5 A detailed breakdown of funding and project costs are summarized below: Lauridsen Blvd. Overlay Project (TR0515) Budget Notes TIB — Grant $539,744 2020-2025 CFP Approved Budget TBD — City $450,000 Total Eligible Funding $989,744 Design/Const. Inspection Costs -$40,000 Survey, Design, Testing, and Advertisement Funds Available for Construction $949,744 Approved budget less design costs Base Bid $933,105 Schedule A & B Additive Bid $89,850 3 RRFB systems @ crosswalks Total Project Bid $1,022,955 Sch. A+B+Add.1 While installation of RRFBs at the marked crosswalks along this corridor are supported by engineering standards and public input, the contractor's bid was double the engineers estimate (based in part on quotes from regional suppliers). Therefore, awarding the Additive Bid as part of this project is not recommended as the bid price exceeds the City's reasonable estimate and available funds. Operation and Maintenance Costs: As with all projects, the added improvements come with added operational and maintenance costs not accounted for in the design and construction budget detailed above. The expected costs originate from project components with repair or replacement intervals more frequent than the expected life of the overall project such as: replacing raised pavement markings, re -applying torch -down plastic markings, refreshing curb paint, repairing and realigning c -curb, and replacing roadway delineators. Recoating bike lane markings will require a service contract since they are extruded plastic requiring equipment and personnel not maintained by the City. Operation and maintenance cost components may not have noticeable financial impact on the operational budget until reaching their respective lifespan. Every five years the City must budget approximately $32,000 for routine maintenance and repairs. 3 July 2, 2019 J-6 Last Updated 6/27/2019 4:14 PM CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS 2019-2020 Estimated dates for Work Plan consideration by Council and tentative Work Sessions 2019 • 19 -TBD • 26 — Budget Work Session 2 July • 2- o- o Value of Trees Presentation by John Bornsworth • 16— o 5:00-6:00 Parks Presentation August • 6— o Enterprise System Update o Long Range Financial Plan o Budget Amendment • 20 — TBD • 27 —Vacant Properties Work Session September • 3— o Draft re -write of Sign Code presentation o COOP Training o Housing Code Amendments 1St Reading • 17 — Housing Code Amendments 2nd Reading • 24 — TBD October • 1- o- o Short Term Rental Registration Draft o Paramedicine Project Update o Dry Creek Water Assoc. Inter - Agency Agreement o Preliminary 2020 Budget Presentation • 15 — TBD • 22 — Budget Work Session I November • 5—TBD December • 3— o Phase 1 Way Finding contract approval o Hill Street o Final Approval -Sign Code/Complete o Improve External Communications o Budget Amendment o 2020 Budget Adoption 12/3 • 17 — Evaluate the viability of Excess properties 12/31 2020 January • January 7'— Election of Mayor and Deputy Mayor • January 21 St o Group Photo o Council Assignments o Adopt Adhoc Committees to review Committee, Commission, and Board Applications • January 28th February • 4'—Public Records Training • 18th — TBD • 25th — TBD March • 3rd o Adopt Community Work Plan • 17th o Long Range Financial Plan o Budget Amendment #1 —First Reading July 2, 2019 L-1 Last Updated 6/27/2019 4:14 PM • 24th — TBD April • 7t' Budget Amendment #1 —Second Reading • 21St o Arbor Day Proclamation • 28b — TBD May • 5d' — TBD • 19t' — TBD • Capital Facilities Plan Hearing Work Session June • 7th o Capital Facilities Plan 1st Reading o Maritime Festival Proclamation o Pink Up Port Angeles Proclamation o Complete Audit and CAFR — filed o Capital Facilities Plan Public Hearing #1 • 21st o Budget Goals from Council 5- 6:00 p.m. o Public Hearing 2 & Adopt CFP 2021-26 o Levy Lid Lift presentation to Council -Revised ballot resolution o Capital Facilities Plan Public Hearing #2 • 23rd— Tentative-AWC Conference -no work session July 2, 2019 L-2 �+ P-QR-TANGELES CITY COUNCIL = WASHINGTON, u.S. MEMO Date: July 2, 2019 To: City Council From: William E. Bloor, City Attorney Allyson Brekke, Director, Community and Economic Development Subject: Update on Code Enforcement Program Development Summary: At previous meetings this year, Council directed staff to bring forward the steps necessary to implement a new code enforcement program. This is a report on the current status the code enforcement program development. F u n i ng : The City will need to increase revenue to the general fund. Recommendation: None. This is a report for information. Background / Analysis: At its February 5, March 19, and April 16 meetings, Council first considered and then directed staff to move forward with the steps necessary to create and implement a new code enforcement program. The Council recognized that, to implement a new code enforcement program, the City must 1) accomplish several detailed tasks, including: revising many sections of municipal code, developing a program budget; creating new job descriptions; and 2) identify a stable source of additional revenue for the general fund. These efforts would be accomplished in stages, over time. As to the detailed tasks for program development and implementation, the following schedule was suggested at the March 19 Council meeting: • Not later than April 12: all departments collaborate to outline the steps to implement a new and improved code compliance process and work flow; • Not later than May 3: based on the outline described above, • Identify required amendments to City Code: • Identify required new code provisions • Standardized administrative enforcement procedures • Standardized administrative appeal procedures • Provide to City Council projected budget • Rely on fines and fees to partially support the costs of code enforcement 1 July 2, 2019 L-3 • At June 4 City Council meeting: • Present to City Council an outline of proposed ordinance changes At September 17 City Council meeting present to City Council: • Ordinance amendments for first reading • Job descriptions • Budget As of today, the tasks identified for completion by April 12 and May 3 have been completed. The other tasks are behind schedule. There are several reason including workload and the pressure from other, already funded, projects. In addition, we have shifted our focus to funding. As to funding, the following fund sources were recommended at the March 19 Council meeting: 1. Implement a Code Compliance Program that incorporates use of fines and fees 2. Levy Lid Lift 3. Camera Traffic Safety Program After consideration at later meetings, Council determined that it would not proceed with a levy lid lift, and that the camera traffic safety program should be considered an independent, stand- alone program. The traffic safety program has been split off, and we will provide a report on that program to Council at the July 16 meeting. Those decisions left the use of fines and fees as the sole funding source for the code enforcement program, and everyone recognized that fines and fees alone would never be sufficient to fund the new program. At that junction, staff paused work on implementation tasks and switched focus to identify other potential sources of stable revenue to support the code enforcement program. At this date, those efforts are continuing. We expect to provide Council with a further update and report at the September 3 Council meeting. 2 July 2, 2019 L-4