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UAC Packet 05/11/2021 UTILITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE AGENDA 1 . Call to Order and Roll Call 2. Approve Minutes 3 . Public Comment 4. ` Hot' Items - UAC Email (verbal) - Transfer Station Update (verbal) 5. Contracts and Budgets - Industrial Water/Jacobs Contract - Capital Facilities Plan (CFP) 6. L6gislative Issues 7. Calendar of Actions & Meetings 8. Next Meeting - Jul 13, 2021 Utility Advisory Committee - pg. 1 46 �� ` APPROVAL OF MINUTES Approval of Minutes : March 09 , 2021 Utility Advisory Committee - pg. 2 46 q UTILITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING PO Virtual Meeting Port Angeles, WA 98362 March 09, 2021 L A. Call to Order 3:00p.m Mayor and Chair Kate Dexter called the meeting to order at 3:02 pm. B. Roll Call UAC Assigned Councilmembers Present: Mayor and Chair Kate Dexter, Councilmember Brendan Meyer, Councilmember Lindsey Schromen-Wawrin UAC Members Present: Vice Chair William Atkinson (3:15pm), Mattias Jarvegren, UAC Members Absent: Raj Jethwa and Laura Dodd Staff Present: Thomas Hunter, Gregg King, Jonathan Boehme, William Bloor, Chris Cowgill, Kari Martinez-Bailey, Marian Bodart, Mary Sue French, Diana Bagwell, Michelle Hale Others Present: None IL Approval of Minutes Lindsey Schromen-Wawrin moved to approve the January 12, 2021 minutes. Mattias Jarvegren seconded the motion. Chair Kate Dexter asked if there was unanimous consent, hearing no opposition, the motion carried 4-0 W. Public Comment: None - The public is invited to provide written comments via e-mail prior to the meeting, call-in and via Webex. IV. `Hot' Items: A. Open Citizen-At-Large Position Gregg King, Power Resources Manager, reported there is an open member at large position in the Utility Advisory Committee. Currently there are no applicants. The City will continue to advertise the position until there are applicants to bring to the UAC. Mayor Dexter requested UAC members spread the word to anyone who may be interested. B. Infrastructure Resilience Thomas Hunter, Director of Public Works & Utilities discussed infrastructure and infrastructure resiliency. Thomas spoke of some of the water issues that occurred in our A industry especially in the southern United States following the recent extreme cold weather. He discussed lessons to be learned from this event, the long term impacts, and the recovery process. Thomas provided members a brief overview of the City of Port Angeles' status and methods of achieving resiliency through operations and capital efforts and source driven planning documents. V. Contracts and Budgets: None Vl. Legislative Issues: A. Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) Thomas Hunter, Director of Public Works & Utilities defined PFAS contaminants and how they are relative to Washington Department of Health (DOH), Department of Ecology (DOE), and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). He explained how PFAS is a group of manmade chemicals that are showing up in drinking water, wastewater, and stormwater. An example of PFAS contamination is firefighting foam. Thomas stated there are very aggressive rule making mandates from EPA to get in front of PFAS. He reviewed the Washington DOH objectives, draft State Action Levels, and the rulemaking timeline. Fall of 2021 is the expected date for the final rule public hearing, with Utilities to begin initial sampling in 2023. B. Public Records, Open Public Meetings and Ethics Training A Chris Cowgill, Assistant City Attorney, and Kari Martinez-Bailey, City Clerk provided annual training to UAC members to cover Ethics, the Open Public Meetings Act, and the Public Records Act. The use of City email instead of private email was addressed. Vll. Calendar of Actions & Meetings — Updated each meeting Vlll. Next Meeting Date: May 11 , 2021 IX. Adjournment: 5:00 pm ATTENDING VIRTUALLY & PUBLIC COMMENT Due to COVID-19 precautions all UAC meetings will be moved to online viewing only. To learn how to submit a public comment or watch the meeting live, visit htt s: www.cit of a.us Live-Virtual-M etin s. Members of the public may addr s the Committe during the "Public Comment" portion of the U m ing. • Live co s are limite to 3 minutes and restricted e da items. • Submit written comments to PublicWorks@citvofpa.us by 10:00am on the ay of the meeting. Comments will not be read aloud but will be made part of the record. Utility Advisory Committee — pg. 6 44 �� ATTENDING VIRTUALLY & PUBLIC COMMENT To attend the meeting virtually, or make a live public comment: 1. Attend via call-in; use the conference line: 1-844-992-4726; Access Code: 182 950 0622. This access code is good for the 05/11/21 meeting only. • If you wish to make a comment, on e connected, press *3 to notify the meeting coordinator. You will be notifie he ur turn to speak. 2. Attend via Internet using Web htt s: cit of a. b om c' of a onsta e h ?M =e41d401 �blb69eQ2944b dee242 /"' 3. If yo wish to make a comment, use the "raise your hand" feature in We x. You w' be notified when it is your turn to speak. Utility Advisory Committee — pg. 7 46 �� ` ` HOT ' ITEMS • UAC Email • Transfer Station Update (verbal) 'Ijj Utility Advisory Committee - pg. 8 44 �� CONTRACTS AND BUDGETS • Industrial Water/Jacobs Contract • Capital Facilities Plan (CFP) JA .............. ................... Utility Advisory Committee - pg. 9 46 ��� LEGISLATIVE ISSUES None '00000� Utility Advisory Committee - pg. 10 � �� CALENDAR OF ACTIONS & MEETINGS 9/14/21 - Blockchain Discussion TBD - Corp Yard Update Utility Advisory Committee - pg. 11 46 �� NEXT UAC MEETING Next UAC Meeting : July 13 , 2021 3 : 00-5 : 00 PM A611S, Committe ee ' ngs will be held virtually A: until the Gove nor lifts COVID-1 9 restrictions Utility Advisory Committee - pg. 12 46 �� ` UTILITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE ADJOURN - MeY , , , 2021 46 ���