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UAC Minutes 05/11/2021 � POR I . ...\N(LIE1 I ., .. _... UTILITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING Virtual Meeting Port Angeles, WA 98362 May 11, 2021 3:00 p.m. L A. Call to Order Mayor and Chair Kate Dexter called the meeting to order at 3:00 pm. B. Roll Call UAC Assigned Councilmembers Present: Mayor and Chair Kate Dexter, Councilmember Brendan Meyer (3:15), Councilmember Lindsey Schromen-Wawrin UAC Members Present: Vice Chair William Atkinson, Mattias Jarvegren, Raj Jethwa(Phone) UAC Members Absent: Laura Dodd Staff Present: Thomas Hunter, Gregg King, Jonathan Boehme, Nathan West, William Bloor, Sarina Carrizosa, Mary Sue French, Kari Martinez- Bailey, Diana Bagwell, Michelle Hale, Yvette Nichols, Others Present: One Citizen Il. Approval of Minutes Mattias Jarvegren moved to approve the March 9, 2021 minutes. Councilmember Lindsey Schromen-Wawrin seconded the motion. Chair Kate Dexter asked if there was unanimous consent, hearing no opposition, the motion carried III. 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. UAC Email Gregg King, Power Resources Manager, reminded Utility Advisory Committee(UAC) members they have been provided with City email addresses for all UAC business. Starting with the next UAC meeting, personal email addresses will be discontinued and UAC City email addresses will be used. Gregg is available for members who have trouble setting up the City email address. Gregg will also reach out to members not in attendance to relay this information. B. Transfer Station Update Thomas Hunter, Director of Public Works & Utilities provided UAC members an update on the Solid Waste Regional Transfer Station. On March 16, following an executive session, the City of Port Angeles City Council took action to terminate the Waste Connections contract with a service date of October 2"d, 2021. Director Hunter discussed various service components involved with the City taking over the Regional Transfer Station. Appreciative of the County and the City of Sequim for their support and input. Contracts and Budgets: A. Industrial Water/Jacobs Contract Thomas Hunter, Director of Public Works & Utilities reported the Department has been working on State mandated water related items; risk and resiliency, and vulnerability assessment, that have a deadline in the next two months, as well as drafts important to industrial wastewater. Public Works is continuing to work on the Industrial Water/Jacobs Contract and will bring to the UAC late summer or early fall. B. Capital Facilities Plan (CFP) Sarina Carrizosa, Finance Director briefly reviewed the 2022-2027 Capital Facilities Plan to include planning and process, utility cash flow, funding sources and expenses, and capital projects. Mary Sue French, Cost and Capital Accountant provided a brief overview of the closed, active, new, prioritized, and unfunded utility projects. Director Carrizosa provided the dates for upcoming CFP events. Finance requests the UAC forward a favorable recommendation to the City Council for approval of the Utilities portion of the 2022-2027 Capital Facility Plan Councilmember Lindsey Schromen-Wawrin moved to forward a favorable recommendation to City Council for approval of the Utilities portion of the 2022- 2027 Capital Facility Plan. Seconded by Vice Chair William Atkinson. Chair Kate Dexter asked if there was unanimous consent, hearing no opposition, the motion carried V. Legislative Issues: None Vl. Calendar of Actions &Meetings—Updated each meeting Vll. Next Meeting Date: July 13, 2021 Vlll. Adjournment: 4:34 p.m. Chair Kate Dexter Michelle Hale Administrative Specialist 11