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Agenda Packet AMENDED 09/21/2021September 21, 2021 Port Angeles City Council Meeting Page 1 SEPTEMBER 21, 2021 City of Port Angeles Council Meeting Agenda AMENDED This meeting will be conducted virtually. 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 – AMENDED TO INCLUDE Special Meeting at 5:30 p.m. – Executive Session to be held under authority of RCW 42. 30. 110( 1)( i) to discuss potential litigation with legal counsel. Regular Meeting at 6:00 p.m. B. Roll Call, Pledge of Allegiance Ceremonial Matters, Proclamations & Employee Recognitions 1. Constitution Week Proclamation C. Public Comment The City Council desires to allow the opportunity for Public Comment. However, the business of the City must proceed in an or derly and timely manner. Visit https://www.cityofpa.us/Live-Virtual-Meetings to learn how to participate during public comment and or watch the meeting live. Written public comments can be submitted to: council@cityofpa.us, comments will not be read aloud but will be made a part of the record. To provide pre-recorded messages to the City Council by phone, please call 360 -417-4504. Messages received will be made a part of the final record. Comments should be received by 2:00 p.m. Tuesday, September 21, 2021. For audio only please call 1-844-992-4726 Use access code: 2555 151 6972 Once connected press *3 to raise your virtual hand, if you wish to make a comment or public testimony. You will be notified when it is your turn to speak. This access code is good for the September 21, 2021 meeting only. If you are joining in through the Webex link: https://cityofpa.webex.com/cityofpa/onstage/g.php?MTID=ed45d95186cba8457ec6353c056f01a8b and wish to make a comment or public testimony, please use the “raise your hand” feature in Webex. You will be notified when it is your turn to speak. Members of the public may address the City Council at the beginning and end of any Regular Meeting under "Public Comment." During the "Public Comment" portion of the meeting, individuals may speak to agenda items, except those scheduled for a Publi c Hearing. 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 any time, the presiding officer, in the presiding officer's sole discretion, may set such reasonable limits as are necessary to prevent disruption of other necessary business. 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 for the second Public Comment period. Individuals may speak for three (3) minutes or less, depending on the number of people wishing to speak. If more than 20 people are signed up to speak each speaker may be allocated two (2) minutes. Individuals who are residents of the City or own businesses within the City will be ca lled to speak first, with preference given to those who wish to speak to an item on the meeting’s agenda. If time remains, the presiding officer will call other individuals wish ing to speak, generally in the order in which they have signed in. If time is a vailable, the presiding officer may call for additional unsigned speakers. September 21, 2021 Port Angeles City Council Meeting Page 2 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. Persons speaking shall state their name, whether they reside within the City limits, whether they have any other pertinent co nnection to the City, and whether they are appearing a s the representative of an organization. Excerpts: 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 | Approve 1. City Council Minutes of September 7, 2021 / Approve ................................................................................................... E-1 2. Expenditure Report: From August 28, 2021 to September 10, 2021 in the amount of $2,907,486.84............................. E-5 3. N Street Outfall Permanent Operation & Maintenance Easement, CFP #DR0119 / Determine Parcel #063000103215 to be surplus, approve the Permanent Easement, Quit Claim Deed, and Release of Claim documents, and authorize the City Manager to execute these documents, approve the associated recording fee payments, and make minor modifications, as necessary. ........................................................................................................................................................................ E-28 4. City of Port Angeles and Port Angeles School District School Resource Officer Agreement / Authorize for the City Manager to sign the SRO agreement with the Port Angeles School District. ................................................................................. E-43 5. F Street Substation Switchgear Upgrade 2020 Project / Accept the F Street Substation Switchgear Electrical Upgrade 2020 Project No. CON-2020-36 as complete and authorize staff to proceed with project closeout and release the retainage bond upon receipt of all required clearances. .......................................................................................................................... E-49 F. Public Hearings | 6:30 p.m. or Soon Thereafter 1. Closeout of the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) for the Shore Metro Park District After School Childcare Program / Conduct Final Public Hearing ....................................................................................................... F-1 2. Stormwater, Electric and Solid Waste Rates / Conduct 1st Reading / Continue to October 5 ......................................... F-3 G. Ordinances Not Requiring Council Public Hearings ....................................................................................... None H. Resolutions Not Requiring Council Public Hearings 1. Resolution for the use of American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) Funding / Pass Resolution ............................................. H-1 I. Other Considerations 1. Legislative Priorities / Council Discussion ...................................................................................................................... I-1 2. Peninsula Behavioral Health Rapid Housing Funding / Approve and Authorize............................................................. I-11 3. Bilateral Transfer of Energy Conservation Funds / Approve and Authorize ................................................................... I-13 4. LATE ITEM American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) Subrecipient Agreement with Peninsula Housing Authority.......................................................................................................................................................................... I-21 J. Contracts & Purchasing 1. N Street Outfall Construction / Award Construction Contract ........................................................................................ J-1 2. 4th Street & Chambers Street Repair / Award Construction Contract ............................................................................ J-3 K. Council Reports L. Information City Manager Reports: 1. Fire Department Insurance Report / Verbal Update 2. 2021 Annual Building Report .......................................................................................................................................... L-1 M. Second Public Comment Follow instructions from the first public comment period. Adjournment CITY COUNCIL MEETING Port Angeles, Washington September 7, 2021 This meeting was conducted virtually. CALL TO ORDER SPECIAL MEETING Mayor Dexter called the special meeting of the Port Angeles City Council to order at 5:00 p.m. Members Present: Mayor Dexter, Deputy Mayor Carr, Council Members French, Meyer, McCaughan, Schromen- Wawrin and Suggs. Members Absent: None Staff Present: City Manager West, Attorney Bloor, and Clerk Martinez-Bailey. EXECUTIVE SESSION Based on input from City Attorney William Bloor, Mayor Dexter announced the need for an Executive Session to be held under authority of RCW 42. 30. 110 ( 1)( b), consideration of site selection or acquisition of real estate purchase or lease if likelihood that disclosure would increase price and RCW 42. 30. 110( 1)( i) to discuss potential litigation with legal counsel. Council moved to a separate virtual meeting for approximately 55 minutes. The Executive Session convened at 5:00 p.m. ADJOURNMENT Mayor Dexter adjourned the Special Meeting at 6:00 p.m. CALL TO ORDER-REGULAR MEETING Mayor Dexter called the regular meeting of the Port Angeles City Council to order at 6:03 p.m. ROLL CALL Members Present: Mayor Dexter, Deputy Mayor Carr, Council Members French, Meyer, McCaughan, Schromen- Wawrin and Suggs. Members Absent: None Staff Present: City Manager West, Attorney Bloor, Clerk Martinez-Bailey, C. Delikat, K. Dubuc, B. Smith, A.Brekke, T. Hunter, and S. Carrizosa. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE Mayor Dexter led the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag. CEREMONIAL MATTERS, PROCLAMATIONS & EMPLOYEE RECOGNITIONS 1.Eat Local Month Proclamation in Recognition of Olympic Peninsula’s Eat Local First Campaign Mayor Dexter read a proclamation recognizing Eat Local Month in Recognition of Olympic Peninsula’s Eat Local First Campaign. Director of Washington State University Clallam County Extension Office, Clea Rome, said the event promotes local foods, producers and farmers, highlighting the work local farmers and food producers do for the local communities. She said they benefit tremendously by community support. Ms. Rome spoke about upcoming events and activities that will bring attention to the local food system. PUBLIC COMMENT No public comment was received. September 21, 2021 E - 1 PORT ANGELES CITY COUNCIL MEETING – September 7, 2021 Page 2 of 4 LATE ITEMS TO BE PLACED ON THIS OR FUTURE AGENDAS Manager West noted a correction to the agenda saying Acceptance of Utility Easement – Shore Aquatic Center would best fit under Consent Agenda and added Adoption of an Ordinance Imposing a Moratorium on the Installation of Surface Style Parking Lots in City Commercial Corridors to the agenda as item G -1. Council member Schromen-Wawrin asked the Mayor to consider adding a late item to deconfidentialize the second executive session item. It was added by consensus of Council as Item I 2. CONSENT AGENDA Councilmember McCaughan asked the Mayor to consider adding Acceptance of Utility Easement – Shore Aquatic Center and Lodging Tax Advisory Committee Appointments to the Consent Agenda as items E-4 and E-5. After hearing unanimous consensus, Mayor Dexter added the items to the Consent Agenda. It was moved by McCaughan and seconded by Suggs to approve the Consent Agenda to include: 1. City Council Minutes of August 17, 2021 / Approve 2. Expenditure Report: From July 10, 2021 to August 27, 2021/ Approve 3. North Olympic Health Care Parking Agreement / Approve and authorize the City Manager to sign the Termination Acknowledgement and Parking Space Agreement with North Olympic Healthcare Network 4. Acceptance of Utility Easement – Shore Aquatic Center / Accept the easement and authorize the City Manager to approve the $203.50 recording fee payment 5. Lodging Tax Advisory Committee Appointments / Appoint Marsha Massey to a two-year term representing a tax recipient on the Lodging Tax Advisory Committee for a two-year term which will expire February 28, 2023 and appoint Sydney Rubin to fill the unexpired position representing a tax collector on the Lodging Tax Advisory Committee for a two-year term which will expire February 28, 2023 The Mayor asked if there was unanimous consent, hearing no opposition, the motion carried 7-0. ORDINANCES NOT REQUIRING COUNCIL PUBLIC HEARINGS 1. LATE ITEM Adoption of an Ordinance Imposing a Moratorium on the Installation of Surface Style Parking Lots in City Commercial Corridors Community and Economic Development Director Allyson Brekke spoke to the proposed ordinance and stated the City ordinance impo ses an immediate moratorium on the filing, acceptance, processing and/or approval of all City applications for the installation of any new surface style parking lot within the City’s primary commercial corridors. Director Brekke stated the adoption of the moratorium may occur without holding a public hearing on the proposal if a public hearing is held within at least 60 days of its adoption. She said the adoption of the moratorium must be approved by a majority vote of the City Council, and if adopted, the moratorium is valid for a period of up to 6 months. Mayor Dexter conducted a first reading of the ordinance by title, entitled, ORDINANCE NO. ____ AN ORDINANCE of the City of Port Angeles, imposing an immediate moratorium on the filing, accepting, processing and/or approval of City applications for the installation of any new surface style parking lots fronting commercial corridors in the City’s Central Business District (CBD), Commercial Arterial (CA), Commercial Shopping District (CSD), Commercial Neighborhood (CN) and Commercial Office (CO) Zones and providing for severability and effective date. It was moved by French and seconded by Meyer to: Waive the second reading and adopt the ordinance for the immediate moratorium on the filing, acceptance, processing and/or approval of all City applications for the installation of any new surface style parking lot within the identified City’s commercial corridors. After a roll call vote, the motion carried 7-0. September 21, 2021 E - 2 PORT ANGELES CITY COUNCIL MEETING – September 7, 2021 Page 3 of 4 OTHER CONSIDERATIONS 1. American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) Funding Recommendations Manager West brought the matter forward for Council consideration and provided background on funding from the program. He named Pandemic Expense Reimbursement, Past Due Utility Bill Relief, Public Meetings Technology, and ERP/Software Needs as options for funding. Manager West introduced Black Ball Ferry co-owner Ryan Malane who spoke about a number of challenges he has faced as a unique local business. He answered several questions from Council relative to their continued desire to find ways to provide assistance to Black Ball Ferry and stated any support by the City would be greatly appreciated. He said at this time there would not be additional legislative funding coming their way to support their business during the pandemic. It was moved by French and seconded by McCaughan to: Direct staff to prepare a Resolution for September 21st for Council consideration for funding: • Pandemic Expense Reimbursement, • Past Due Utility Bill Relief, • Public Meetings Technology, • ERP/Software Needs, • and add a $500,000 contribution to Black Ball Ferry. After a roll call vote, the motion carried 6-1 with Meyer opposed. The Mayor recessed the meeting for a break at 7:45 p.m. The meeting reconvened at 7:50 p.m. 2. Late Item Introduced by Council member Schromen-Wawrin Council member Schromen-Wawrin asked the Council to consider the following motion: Council members and staff may speak publicly about the second executive session item, and we may share information that we have learned up to this point in time without violating executive session confidentiality.*Clerk’s note: The “second executive session item” referred to in the motion is the discussion of issues relating to Big Boy Pond. It was moved by Schromen-Wawrin and seconded by French to: Council members and staff may speak publicly about the second executive session item, and we may share information that we have learned up to this point in time without violating executive session confidentiality. The Mayor asked if there was unanimous consent, hearing no opposition, the motion carried 7-0. CITY COUNCIL REPORTS Council member McCaughan thanked Director Delikat for his work on the new Dream Playground and spoke about the Shore Aquatic Center. Council member Schromen-Wawrin encouraged Council members to sit in with PenCom, spoke about an upcoming transit system conference, shared information regarding an Association of Washington Cities Legislative Priorities Committee meeting and provided an update on matters that are being addressed. He spoke about matter related to the current pandemic. Council member French spoke about the current number of Covid cases, a recent meeting specifically tasked to address needs relative to homelessness, the affect the pandemic has had on the community, tourism marketing, and spoke about the Chamber of Commerce lease. Council member Suggs spoke about a recent Shore Aquatic Center meeting, impacts on the community due to the pandemic, and the water shortage declaration. Deputy Mayor Carr spoke about mandates put in place by the County’s health officer, impacts on the community due to the pandemic and a Board of Health decision. Mayor Dexter spoke about impacts on the community due to the pandemic. No other reports were given. September 21, 2021 E - 3 PORT ANGELES CITY COUNCIL MEETING – September 7, 2021 Page 4 of 4 INFORMATION Manager West spoke regarding the reports included in the packet including the Fire Department Annual Report and the water shortage declaration encouraging voluntary conservation. He spoke about the upcoming Council work session on September 28 where Madrona Law Group will introduce and discuss the results of the community survey. SECOND PUBLIC COMMENT No public comment was received. EXECUTIVE SESSION Manager West stated there was a need for executive session. Attorney Bloor announced the Executive Session would be held under authority of RCW 42. 30. 110(1)( i) to discuss potential litigation with legal counsel with no action to follow. Attorney Bloor stated Council would meet for approximately 8 minutes. At 8:35 p.m., the Council moved to the virtual Executive Session meeting room. The executive session was adjourned at 8:45. ADJOURNMENT The Mayor returned to the open session meeting and adjourned the meeting at 8:48 p.m. _____________________________________ _______________________________ Kate Dexter, Mayor Kari Martinez-Bailey, City Clerk September 21, 2021 E - 4 City of Port Angeles City Council Expenditure Report Between Aug 28, 2021 and Sep 10, 2021 Vendor Description Account Number Amount US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Refund-Amazon Prime 001-0000-213.10-00 (14.13) Refund-Amazon Prime 001-0000-213.10-00 14.13 Division Total:$0.00 Department Total:$0.00 OLYMPIC STATIONERS INC OFFICE SUPPLIES, GENERAL 001-1210-513.31-01 97.14 SOUND PUBLISHING INC 07/11 AD#2590319 001-1210-513.41-15 255.00 07/25 AD#2592848 001-1210-513.41-15 255.00 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM AWC Conf Reg 001-1210-513.43-10 100.00 Refund-AWC Conf Reg 001-1210-513.43-10 (100.00) eCard membership-monthly 001-1210-513.31-01 4.99 SurveyMonkey subscription 001-1210-513.41-50 417.79 AWC Conf Reg 001-1210-513.43-10 (100.00) eCard membership-monthly 001-1210-513.31-01 (4.99) Refund-AWC Conf Reg 001-1210-513.43-10 100.00 SurveyMonkey subscription 001-1210-513.41-50 (417.79) City Manager Division Total:$607.14 SHI INTERNATIONAL CORP COMPUTER HARDWARE&PERIPHE 001-1220-516.31-60 323.53 COMPUTER HARDWARE&PERIPHE 001-1220-516.31-60 41.68 COMPUTER HARDWARE&PERIPHE 001-1220-516.31-60 293.98 COMPUTER HARDWARE&PERIPHE 001-1220-516.31-60 145.53 COMPUTER HARDWARE&PERIPHE 001-1220-516.31-60 92.85 COMPUTER HARDWARE&PERIPHE 001-1220-516.31-60 175.76 COMPUTER HARDWARE&PERIPHE 001-1220-516.31-60 310.80 COMPUTER HARDWARE&PERIPHE 001-1220-516.31-60 146.88 COMPUTER HARDWARE&PERIPHE 001-1220-516.31-60 58.71 COMPUTER HARDWARE&PERIPHE 001-1220-516.31-60 3,187.25 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Virtual training-Fountain 001-1220-516.43-10 399.00 Virtual training-Fountain 001-1220-516.43-10 (399.00) Human Resources Division Total:$4,776.97 SOUND PUBLISHING INC COMMUNICATIONS/MEDIA SERV 001-1230-514.44-10 30.12 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Digital subscription-mont 001-1230-514.49-01 15.96 Digital subscription-mont 001-1230-514.49-01 (15.96) City Clerk Division Total:$30.12 City Manager Department Total:$5,414.23 OLYMPIC PRINTERS INC PAPER (OFFICE,PRINT SHOP) 001-2023-514.31-01 502.66 Page 1 of 23 Sep 14, 2021 3:35:36 PMSeptember 21, 2021 E - 5 City of Port Angeles City Council Expenditure Report Between Aug 28, 2021 and Sep 10, 2021 Vendor Description Account Number Amount US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Virtual training-Jones 001-2023-514.43-10 490.00 Virtual training-Jones 001-2023-514.43-10 (490.00) WASHINGTON (AUDITOR), STATE OF FINANCIAL SERVICES 001-2023-514.41-50 791.70 Accounting Division Total:$1,294.36 DATABAR INCORPORATED MISC PROFESSIONAL SERVICE 001-2025-514.41-50 2,401.34 MISC PROFESSIONAL SERVICE 001-2025-514.41-50 2,002.61 EQUIFAX FINANCIAL SERVICES 001-2025-514.41-50 83.45 PACIFIC OFFICE EQUIPMENT INC OFFICE SUPPLIES, GENERAL 001-2025-514.31-01 6.68 Customer Service Division Total:$4,494.08 OLYMPIC STATIONERS INC PAPER (OFFICE,PRINT SHOP) 001-2070-518.31-01 2,828.00 Reprographics Division Total:$2,828.00 Finance Department Total:$8,616.44 CLALLAM CNTY COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE SUPPLIES 001-3012-598.51-23 74,532.93 Jail Contributions Division Total:$74,532.93 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM WSBA transaction fee 001-3030-515.43-10 1.75 WSBA Webinar Reg-Bloor/Mo 001-3030-515.43-10 70.00 AWC Webinar Reg-Bloor/Cow 001-3030-515.43-10 75.00 AWC Webinar Reg-Bloor/Cow 001-3030-515.43-10 (75.00) WSBA transaction fee 001-3030-515.43-10 (1.75) WSBA Webinar Reg-Bloor/Mo 001-3030-515.43-10 (70.00) City Attorney Division Total:$0.00 City Attorney Department Total:$74,532.93 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Mini fridge/freezer-split 001-4050-558.31-01 206.71 Mini fridge/freezer-split 001-4050-558.31-01 (206.71) Building Division Total:$0.00 SOUND PUBLISHING INC PUBLICATION/AUDIOVISUAL 001-4060-558.41-15 118.50 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM PDN monthly subscription 001-4060-558.49-01 9.60 Facebook outreach boost 001-4060-558.31-01 60.00 Coat rack 001-4060-558.31-01 21.29 Mini fridge/freezer-split 001-4060-558.31-01 206.71 Stick lamp/post-it notes 001-4060-558.31-01 27.65 Coat rack 001-4060-558.31-01 (21.29) Facebook outreach boost 001-4060-558.31-01 (60.00) Page 2 of 23 Sep 14, 2021 3:35:36 PMSeptember 21, 2021 E - 6 City of Port Angeles City Council Expenditure Report Between Aug 28, 2021 and Sep 10, 2021 Vendor Description Account Number Amount US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Mini fridge/freezer-split 001-4060-558.31-01 (206.71) PDN monthly subscription 001-4060-558.49-01 (9.60) Stick lamp/post-it notes 001-4060-558.31-01 (27.65) Planning Division Total:$118.50 PORT ANGELES WATERFRONT CENTER CONSTRUCTION SERVICES,GEN 001-4071-558.41-50 589,472.71 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM AWC Conf Reg-Brekke 001-4071-558.43-10 100.00 AWC membership dues-Brekk 001-4071-558.43-10 100.00 AWC Conf Reg-Brekke 001-4071-558.43-10 (100.00) AWC membership dues-Brekk 001-4071-558.43-10 (100.00) Economic Development Division Total:$589,472.71 Community Development Department Total:$589,591.21 MISC ONE-TIME VENDORS WACE MEMBERSHIP G MCFALL 001-5010-521.49-01 55.00 MISC TRAVEL C RIFE-BACKGROUND INVESTI 001-5010-521.43-10 153.30 Police Administration Division Total:$208.30 GALLS POLICE EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY 001-5021-521.31-11 170.27 LINCOLN STREET STATION SHIPPING AND HANDLING 001-5021-521.42-10 20.26 PENINSULA COLLEGE TUITION-POWLESS 001-5021-521.43-10 1,392.14 SWAIN'S GENERAL STORE INC FIRST AID & SAFETY EQUIP.001-5021-521.31-01 216.19 EQUIP MAINT & REPAIR SERV 001-5021-521.31-80 32.44 SYMBOLARTS, LLC BADGES & OTHER ID EQUIP. 001-5021-521.31-11 146.89 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Evidence supplies 001-5021-521.35-01 94.26 Evidence supplies 001-5021-521.35-01 (94.26) Investigation Division Total:$1,978.19 CLEAR IMAGE MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 001-5022-521.31-01 662.73 DUNGENESS RANCH PET RESORT MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 001-5022-521.49-80 444.00 GUNARAMA WHOLESALE, INC POLICE EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY 001-5022-521.35-01 (1,360.00) POLICE EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY 001-5022-521.35-01 2,516.49 MISC TRAVEL K MILLER-CANINE LIABILITY 001-5022-521.49-80 132.00 QUILL CORPORATION OFFICE SUPPLIES, GENERAL 001-5022-521.31-01 48.44 SCOTT MD, ROBERT L HEALTH RELATED SERVICES 001-5022-521.41-50 2,100.00 SWAIN'S GENERAL STORE INC FARE COLLECTION EQUIP&SUP 001-5022-521.31-80 48.54 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Holster-Clark 001-5022-521.31-11 214.88 Name tapes-Clark 001-5022-521.31-11 44.50 Holster-Clark 001-5022-521.31-11 (214.88) Page 3 of 23 Sep 14, 2021 3:35:36 PMSeptember 21, 2021 E - 7 City of Port Angeles City Council Expenditure Report Between Aug 28, 2021 and Sep 10, 2021 Vendor Description Account Number Amount US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Name tapes-Clark 001-5022-521.31-11 (44.50) Patrol Division Total:$4,592.20 QUILL CORPORATION OFFICE SUPPLIES, GENERAL 001-5029-521.31-01 52.17 OFFICE SUPPLIES, GENERAL 001-5029-521.31-01 93.77 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM DVD optical drive 001-5029-521.31-01 31.53 DVD optical drive 001-5029-521.31-01 (31.53) WSDA - PLANT PROTECTION DIV. SCALES/WEIGHING APPARATUS 001-5029-521.48-10 33.60 Records Division Total:$179.54 Police Department Total:$6,958.23 GLOBALSTAR USA COMMUNICATIONS/MEDIA SERV 001-6010-522.42-10 91.35 LEMAY MOBILE SHREDDING OFFICE MACHINES & ACCESS 001-6010-522.31-01 63.80 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Connectivity subscription 001-6010-522.42-11 99.00 Connectivity subscription 001-6010-522.42-11 (99.00) Fire Administration Division Total:$155.15 LIGHTHOUSE UNIFORM CLOTHING & APPAREL 001-6020-522.31-11 736.74 OLYMPIC PARTY & CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES SUPPLIES 001-6020-522.31-01 149.82 PORT ANGELES POWER EQUIPMENT SUPPLIES 001-6020-522.31-01 24.41 SWAIN'S GENERAL STORE INC CLOTHING & APPAREL 001-6020-522.20-80 29.24 CLOTHING & APPAREL 001-6020-522.31-11 29.23 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM New hire boots 001-6020-522.31-11 261.07 Water/supplies for engine 001-6020-522.31-01 30.48 Water/supplies for engine 001-6020-522.31-01 19.19 Shipping-Winnie jacket fo 001-6020-522.31-11 22.47 Shipping-bunkers for alte 001-6020-522.31-11 14.82 Helmet shield 001-6020-522.31-11 67.99 New hire boots 001-6020-522.31-11 195.80 Voice pagers (2) 001-6020-522.31-14 872.50 Helmet shield 001-6020-522.31-11 57.49 Helmet shield 001-6020-522.31-11 (67.99) Helmet shield 001-6020-522.31-11 (57.49) New hire boots 001-6020-522.31-11 (261.07) New hire boots 001-6020-522.31-11 (195.80) Shipping-bunkers for alte 001-6020-522.31-11 (14.82) Page 4 of 23 Sep 14, 2021 3:35:36 PMSeptember 21, 2021 E - 8 City of Port Angeles City Council Expenditure Report Between Aug 28, 2021 and Sep 10, 2021 Vendor Description Account Number Amount US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Shipping-Winnie jacket fo 001-6020-522.31-11 (22.47) Voice pagers (2) 001-6020-522.31-14 (872.50) Water/supplies for engine 001-6020-522.31-01 (30.48) Water/supplies for engine 001-6020-522.31-01 (19.19) Fire Suppression Division Total:$969.44 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM 12V charge adaptor 001-6030-522.31-01 27.19 Fire prevention printing 001-6030-522.31-01 9.52 12V charge adaptor 001-6030-522.31-01 (27.19) Fire prevention printing 001-6030-522.31-01 (9.52) Fire Prevention Division Total:$0.00 GALLS CLOTHING & APPAREL 001-6045-522.20-80 91.55 CLOTHING & APPAREL 001-6045-522.20-80 21.54 CLOTHING & APPAREL 001-6045-522.20-80 7.56 CLOTHING & APPAREL 001-6045-522.20-80 113.67 CLOTHING & APPAREL 001-6045-522.20-80 289.73 CLOTHING & APPAREL 001-6045-522.20-80 122.33 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Hard drive 001-6045-522.31-01 55.03 Postage-IFSAC testing 001-6045-522.31-01 8.55 Lodging-Winnie 001-6045-522.43-10 1,215.26 Lodging-Gonzales 001-6045-522.43-10 1,292.33 Lodging-Schoonhoven 001-6045-522.43-10 1,391.74 Hard drive 001-6045-522.31-01 (55.03) Lodging-Gonzales 001-6045-522.43-10 (1,292.33) Lodging-Schoonhoven 001-6045-522.43-10 (1,391.74) Lodging-Winnie 001-6045-522.43-10 (1,215.26) Postage-IFSAC testing 001-6045-522.31-01 (8.55) Fire Training Division Total:$646.38 ANGELES PLUMBING INC CONSTRUCTION SERVICES,TRA 001-6050-522.48-10 162.12 OLYMPIC PARTY & CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES SUPPLIES 001-6050-522.31-01 79.09 SWAIN'S GENERAL STORE INC RENTAL/LEASE EQUIPMENT 001-6050-522.48-10 8.13 THURMAN SUPPLY CAFETERIA & KIT EQUIP COM 001-6050-522.48-10 21.67 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Sponges-upstairs kitchen 001-6050-522.31-01 9.67 Sponges-upstairs kitchen 001-6050-522.31-01 (9.67) Facilities Maintenance Division Total:$271.01 Page 5 of 23 Sep 14, 2021 3:35:36 PMSeptember 21, 2021 E - 9 City of Port Angeles City Council Expenditure Report Between Aug 28, 2021 and Sep 10, 2021 Vendor Description Account Number Amount Fire Department Total:$2,041.98 DELL MARKETING LP COMPUTER HARDWARE&PERIPHE 001-7010-532.31-60 1,057.69 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Key blanks-Engineering 001-7010-532.31-01 42.57 Wkshp Reg-Armstrong 001-7010-532.43-10 610.00 Wkshp Reg-Feller 001-7010-532.43-10 590.00 Wkshp Reg-Pozernick 001-7010-532.43-10 610.00 Key blanks-Engineering 001-7010-532.31-01 (42.57) Wkshp Reg-Armstrong 001-7010-532.43-10 (610.00) Wkshp Reg-Feller 001-7010-532.43-10 (590.00) Wkshp Reg-Pozernick 001-7010-532.43-10 (610.00) Public Works Admin. Division Total:$1,057.69 PENINSULA AREA PUBLIC ACCESS Q2-2021 PEG FEES 001-7032-343.20-10 7,890.03 Telecommunications Division Total:$7,890.03 Public Works & Utilities Department Total:$8,947.72 CLALLAM CNTY DIV OF ENV HEALTH SUPPLIES 001-8012-555.31-01 463.00 Senior Center Division Total:$463.00 ANGELES MILLWORK & LUMBER SUPPLIES 001-8050-536.31-20 22.17 SOUND PUBLISHING INC SUPPLIES 001-8050-536.41-15 325.00 Ocean View Cemetery Division Total:$347.17 ANGELES CONCRETE PRODUCTS SUPPLIES 001-8080-576.31-40 486.61 SUPPLIES 001-8080-576.31-40 88.24 ANGELES MILLWORK & LUMBER SUPPLIES 001-8080-576.31-20 43.51 SUPPLIES 001-8080-576.31-20 7.07 SUPPLIES 001-8080-576.31-20 5.02 SUPPLIES 001-8080-576.31-20 14.60 SUPPLIES 001-8080-576.31-20 12.45 SUPPLIES 001-8080-576.31-20 23.34 SUPPLIES 001-8080-576.31-20 14.46 SUPPLIES 001-8080-576.31-20 35.77 CASTLE BRANCH, INC SUPPLIES 001-8080-576.31-01 213.00 FASTENAL INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES 001-8080-576.31-20 19.91 SUPPLIES 001-8080-576.31-20 52.51 GRAINGER SUPPLIES 001-8080-576.31-20 108.00 HEARTLINE SUPPLIES 001-8080-576.31-40 191.31 Page 6 of 23 Sep 14, 2021 3:35:36 PMSeptember 21, 2021 E - 10 City of Port Angeles City Council Expenditure Report Between Aug 28, 2021 and Sep 10, 2021 Vendor Description Account Number Amount HEARTLINE SUPPLIES 001-8080-576.31-40 139.26 MISC ONE-TIME VENDORS ELIJAH HAMMEL CDL LICENSE 001-8080-576.49-90 160.68 PORT OF PORT ANGELES SUPPLIES 001-8080-576.45-30 5,234.43 RAINBOW SWEEPERS, INC SUPPLIES 001-8080-576.49-90 788.80 SWAIN'S GENERAL STORE INC SUPPLIES 001-8080-576.31-01 16.18 SUPPLIES 001-8080-576.31-01 134.80 SUPPLIES 001-8080-576.31-01 156.56 SUPPLIES 001-8080-576.31-20 26.08 SUPPLIES 001-8080-576.31-40 19.55 SUPPLIES 001-8080-576.31-20 19.52 THURMAN SUPPLY SUPPLIES 001-8080-576.31-20 54.05 UNITED RENTALS NORTHWEST INC SUPPLIES 001-8080-576.31-20 186.00 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM 12x12 shade canopy 001-8080-576.31-01 130.55 O-ring repair build kit 001-8080-576.31-20 14.08 Monthly rent-20ft contain 001-8080-576.45-30 276.05 Replacement pump 001-8080-576.31-20 71.18 Refund-Replacement pump 001-8080-576.31-20 (70.81) 12x12 shade canopy 001-8080-576.31-01 (130.55) Monthly rent-20ft contain 001-8080-576.45-30 (276.05) O-ring repair build kit 001-8080-576.31-20 (14.08) Refund-Replacement pump 001-8080-576.31-20 70.81 Replacement pump 001-8080-576.31-20 (71.18) Parks Facilities Division Total:$8,251.71 Parks & Recreation Department Total:$9,061.88 ANGELES MILLWORK & LUMBER SUPPLIES 001-8112-555.31-20 598.45 FAIRCHILD FLOORS SUPPLIES 001-8112-555.48-10 136.01 Senior Center Facilities Division Total:$734.46 AIR CONTROL INC SUPPLIES 001-8131-518.31-20 821.59 ANGELES MILLWORK & LUMBER SUPPLIES 001-8131-518.31-20 25.59 SUPPLIES 001-8131-518.31-20 33.24 SUPPLIES 001-8131-518.31-20 62.42 SUPPLIES 001-8131-518.31-20 171.77 CED/CONSOLIDATED ELEC DIST SUPPLIES 001-8131-518.31-20 443.90 SUPPLIES 001-8131-518.31-20 248.06 GRAPPLERS INC SUPPLIES 001-8131-518.31-20 255.58 Page 7 of 23 Sep 14, 2021 3:35:36 PMSeptember 21, 2021 E - 11 City of Port Angeles City Council Expenditure Report Between Aug 28, 2021 and Sep 10, 2021 Vendor Description Account Number Amount HARTNAGEL BUILDING SUPPLY INC SUPPLIES 001-8131-518.31-20 55.34 SUPPLIES 001-8131-518.31-20 70.87 SUPPLIES 001-8131-518.31-20 90.74 SUPPLIES 001-8131-518.31-20 352.91 SUPPLIES 001-8131-518.31-20 69.56 INTERMOUNTAIN LOCK & SECURITY SPLY SUPPLIES 001-8131-518.31-20 233.56 NATIONAL SAFETY INC SUPPLIES 001-8131-518.31-01 1,234.29 PLATT ELECTRIC SUPPLY INC SUPPLIES 001-8131-518.31-20 10.60 SWAIN'S GENERAL STORE INC SUPPLIES 001-8131-518.31-20 34.75 SUPPLIES 001-8131-518.31-20 52.13 Central Svcs Facilities Division Total:$4,266.90 CLALLAM CNTY DIV OF ENV HEALTH SUPPLIES 001-8155-575.31-01 93.00 Facility Rentals Division Total:$93.00 Facilities Maintenance Department Total:$5,094.36 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Training reg-Tucker 001-8221-574.43-10 680.00 Training reg-Tucker 001-8221-574.43-10 (680.00) Sports Programs Division Total:$0.00 Recreation Activities Department Total:$0.00 General Fund Fund Total:$710,258.98 JUAN DE FUCA FOUNDATION JFFA 101-1430-557.41-50 4,000.00 LULISH DESIGN MISC PROFESSIONAL SERVICE 101-1430-557.41-50 4,014.56 MISC PROFESSIONAL SERVICE 101-1430-557.41-50 4,050.53 OLYMPIC PENINSULA VISITOR BUREAU MISC PROFESSIONAL SERVICE 101-1430-557.41-50 2,070.22 PENINSULA ADVENTURE SPORTS FROSTY MOSS 101-1430-557.41-50 1,000.00 OAT RUN 101-1430-557.41-50 1,000.00 PORT ANGELES CHAMBER OF COMM CONSULTING SERVICES 101-1430-557.41-50 9,259.53 CONSULTING SERVICES 101-1430-557.41-50 7,419.35 Lodging Excise Tax Division Total:$32,814.19 Lodging Excise Tax Department Total:$32,814.19 Lodging Excise Tax Fund Total:$32,814.19 A-1 PERFORMANCE, INC BUILDING MAINT&REPAIR SER 102-7230-542.41-50 127.04 BUILDING MAINT&REPAIR SER 102-7230-542.41-50 127.04 AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES AUTO & TRUCK ACCESSORIES 102-7230-542.31-01 174.06 Page 8 of 23 Sep 14, 2021 3:35:36 PMSeptember 21, 2021 E - 12 City of Port Angeles City Council Expenditure Report Between Aug 28, 2021 and Sep 10, 2021 Vendor Description Account Number Amount ANGELES CONCRETE PRODUCTS BUILDER'S SUPPLIES 102-7230-542.31-20 284.25 ANGELES MILLWORK & LUMBER PAINTS,COATINGS,WALLPAPER 102-7230-542.31-20 82.46 PAINTS,COATINGS,WALLPAPER 102-7230-542.31-01 19.22 PAINTING EQUIPMENT & ACC 102-7230-542.31-01 11.42 PAINTS,COATINGS,WALLPAPER 102-7230-542.31-20 118.06 SUPPLIES 102-7230-542.31-20 93.46 BAXTER AUTO PARTS #15 SUPPLIES 102-7230-542.31-01 36.34 CLALLAM CNTY ROAD DEPT CONSTRUCTION SERVICES,HEA 102-7230-542.48-10 5,756.83 JJC RESOURCES, LLC ROAD/HWY MAT NONASPHALTIC 102-7230-542.31-20 187.35 LAKESIDE INDUSTRIES INC ROAD/HWY MATERIALS ASPHLT 102-7230-542.31-20 6,178.76 ROAD/HWY MATERIALS ASPHLT 102-7230-542.31-20 8,496.50 MISC EMPLOYEE EXPENSE REIMBURSEMENT COVID TEST REIMBURSEMENT 102-7230-542.49-90 99.00 PUD #1 OF CLALLAM COUNTY AC#15677 08/10 102-7230-542.47-10 21.24 SWAIN'S GENERAL STORE INC JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 102-7230-542.31-01 26.42 CLOTHING & APPAREL 102-7230-542.31-01 220.25 JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 102-7230-542.31-01 59.51 SUPPLIES 102-7230-542.31-20 83.28 TRAFFIC SAFETY SUPPLY CO MARKERS, PLAQUES,SIGNS 102-7230-542.31-25 487.42 MARKERS, PLAQUES,SIGNS 102-7230-542.31-25 408.04 METALS,BARS,PLATES,RODS 102-7230-542.31-25 2,092.47 ENERGY COLLECTING EQUIPMT 102-7230-542.31-25 350.80 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Key blanks-Corp Yard 102-7230-542.31-01 42.57 Key blanks-Corp Yard 102-7230-542.31-01 (42.57) Street Division Total:$25,541.22 Public Works-Street Department Total:$25,541.22 Street Fund Total:$25,541.22 CENTURYLINK COMMUNICATIONS/MEDIA SERV 107-5160-528.42-11 62.89 FORTINO, SONDRA MARIE MISC PROFESSIONAL SERVICE 107-5160-528.41-50 1,343.72 MISC EMPLOYEE EXPENSE REIMBURSEMENT MOVING EXPENSE REIMBURSEM 107-5160-528.43-10 5,000.00 QUILL CORPORATION OFFICE SUPPLIES, GENERAL 107-5160-528.31-01 93.07 RQI PARTNERS, LLC SECURITY,FIRE,SAFETY SERV 107-5160-528.43-10 12,690.00 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Active seat-perch stool 107-5160-528.31-01 212.16 Active seat-perch stool 107-5160-528.31-01 (212.16) Page 9 of 23 Sep 14, 2021 3:35:36 PMSeptember 21, 2021 E - 13 City of Port Angeles City Council Expenditure Report Between Aug 28, 2021 and Sep 10, 2021 Vendor Description Account Number Amount Pencom Division Total:$19,189.68 Pencom Department Total:$19,189.68 Pencom Fund Total:$19,189.68 MISC EMPLOYEE EXPENSE REIMBURSEMENT MONITOR/CABLE CAD UPGRADE 310-5950-594.65-10 1,351.49 TYLER TECHNOLOGIES, INC DATA PROC SERV &SOFTWARE 310-5950-594.65-10 2,328.58 DATA PROC SERV &SOFTWARE 310-5950-594.65-10 6,310.40 DATA PROC SERV &SOFTWARE 310-5950-594.65-10 9,845.15 DATA PROC SERV &SOFTWARE 310-5950-594.65-10 2,634.27 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Gun range supplies-lumber 310-5950-594.65-10 155.50 Refund-gun range supplies 310-5950-594.65-10 (551.09) Gun range-50lb steel rods 310-5950-594.65-10 45.13 Gun range-angle steel 310-5950-594.65-10 175.17 Gun range supplies-lumber 310-5950-594.65-10 (155.50) Gun range-50lb steel rods 310-5950-594.65-10 (45.13) Gun range-angle steel 310-5950-594.65-10 (175.17) Refund-gun range supplies 310-5950-594.65-10 551.09 Homeland Security Division Total:$22,469.89 Public Safety Projects Department Total:$22,469.89 Capital Improvement Fund Total:$22,469.89 INTERMOUNTAIN SLURRY SEAL Release Retainage 312-0000-223.40-00 17,805.85 Division Total:$17,805.85 Department Total:$17,805.85 LAKESIDE INDUSTRIES INC CONSTRUCTION SERVICES,HEA 312-7930-595.65-10 219,157.54 PARAMETRIX INC CONSULTING SERVICES 312-7930-595.65-10 3,209.13 CONSULTING SERVICES 312-7930-595.65-10 22,530.95 VANIR CONSTRUCTION MGMT, INC CONSULTING SERVICES 312-7930-595.65-10 3,677.50 GF-Street Projects Division Total:$248,575.12 Capital Projects-Pub Wks Department Total:$248,575.12 Transportation Benefit Fund Total:$266,380.97 A/R MISCELLANEOUS REFUNDS TRANS MAT'L COSTS 401-0000-213.10-90 4,801.52 ANIXTER, INC ELECTRICAL CABLES & WIRES 401-0000-141.41-00 2,025.53 CED/CONSOLIDATED ELEC DIST ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY 401-0000-141.42-00 411.26 ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY 401-0000-141.42-00 417.84 GENERAL PACIFIC INC ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY 401-0000-141.41-00 876.93 Page 10 of 23 Sep 14, 2021 3:35:36 PMSeptember 21, 2021 E - 14 City of Port Angeles City Council Expenditure Report Between Aug 28, 2021 and Sep 10, 2021 Vendor Description Account Number Amount MISC UTILITY DEPOSIT REFUNDS FINAL BILL REFUND 401-0000-122.10-99 1.20 FINAL BILL REFUND 401-0000-122.10-99 22.06 FINAL BILL REFUND 401-0000-122.10-99 50.64 FINAL BILL REFUND 401-0000-122.10-99 86.83 FINAL BILL REFUND 401-0000-122.10-99 89.13 FINAL BILL REFUND 401-0000-122.10-99 90.14 FINAL BILL REFUND 401-0000-122.10-99 389.36 FINAL BILL REFUND 401-0000-122.10-99 0.83 FINAL BILL REFUND 401-0000-122.10-99 6.40 FINAL BILL REFUND 401-0000-122.10-99 33.16 FINAL BILL REFUND 401-0000-122.10-99 37.00 FINAL BILL REFUND 401-0000-122.10-99 44.41 FINAL BILL REFUND 401-0000-122.10-99 68.98 FINAL BILL REFUND 401-0000-122.10-99 76.03 FINAL BILL REFUND 401-0000-122.10-99 137.73 FINAL BILL REFUND 401-0000-122.10-99 376.54 FINAL CREDIT-1115 O ST 401-0000-122.10-99 70.67 FINAL CREDIT-1313 ROLLING 401-0000-122.10-99 9.38 OVERPAYMENT-1032 W 15TH 401-0000-122.10-99 205.87 OVERPAYMENT-1113 S RACE 401-0000-122.10-99 256.54 OVERPAYMENT-119 PENN 26 401-0000-122.10-99 0.59 OVERPAYMENT-1228 W 8TH ST 401-0000-122.10-99 168.37 OVERPAYMENT-1418 1/2 4TH 401-0000-122.10-99 31.44 OVERPAYMENT-1527 W 5TH ST 401-0000-122.10-99 553.23 OVERPAYMENT-1530 W 7TH ST 401-0000-122.10-99 19.21 OVERPAYMENT-1615 OWEN AVE 401-0000-122.10-99 381.22 OVERPAYMENT-204 N CEDAR 401-0000-122.10-99 15,814.95 OVERPAYMENT-214 WHIDBY 401-0000-122.10-99 158.88 OVERPAYMENT-222 W 3RD ST 401-0000-122.10-99 131.84 OVERPAYMENT-333 COLUMBUS 401-0000-122.10-99 55.94 OVERPAYMENT-502 S CHERRY 401-0000-122.10-99 172.41 OVERPAYMENT-526 W 14TH ST 401-0000-122.10-99 125.00 OVERPAYMENT-727 LOPEZ 109 401-0000-122.10-99 617.69 OVERPAYMENT-921 A ST 401-0000-122.10-99 388.00 Page 11 of 23 Sep 14, 2021 3:35:36 PMSeptember 21, 2021 E - 15 City of Port Angeles City Council Expenditure Report Between Aug 28, 2021 and Sep 10, 2021 Vendor Description Account Number Amount MISC UTILITY DEPOSIT REFUNDS OVERPAYMENT-928 LAURIDSEN 401-0000-122.10-99 52.80 WESCO DISTRIBUTION INC ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY 401-0000-141.44-00 1,511.23 ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY 401-0000-141.41-00 2,689.54 Division Total:$33,458.32 Department Total:$33,458.32 A-1 PERFORMANCE, INC BUILDING MAINT&REPAIR SER 401-7180-533.41-50 303.56 BUILDING MAINT&REPAIR SER 401-7180-533.41-50 303.56 ANIXTER, INC ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY 401-7180-533.34-02 868.22 CED/CONSOLIDATED ELEC DIST ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY 401-7180-533.34-02 381.24 ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY 401-7180-533.34-02 914.57 ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY 401-7180-533.34-02 683.16 DESIGNER DECAL, INC FIRST AID & SAFETY EQUIP.401-7180-533.35-01 392.67 EXPONENTIAL POWER, INC AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 401-7180-533.34-02 5,464.21 ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY 401-7180-533.35-01 37.18 FASTENAL INDUSTRIAL FASTENERS, FASTENING DEVS 401-7180-533.34-02 94.50 JOAQUIN'S TREE EXPERT CO ROADSIDE,GRNDS,REC, PARK 401-7180-533.48-10 24,943.05 LUTZCO, INC. FIRE PROTECTION EQUIP/SUP 401-7180-533.31-01 105.04 MISC TRAVEL AMIOT-NWPPA LEADERSHIP TR 401-7180-533.43-10 151.25 PLATT ELECTRIC SUPPLY INC ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY 401-7180-533.34-02 (1,305.43) ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY 401-7180-533.34-02 47.18 ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY 401-7180-533.34-02 497.28 ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY 401-7180-533.34-02 29.23 ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY 401-7180-533.34-02 5.41 ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY 401-7180-533.34-02 13.58 ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY 401-7180-533.34-02 139.89 ELECTRICAL CABLES & WIRES 401-7180-533.34-02 377.96 ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY 401-7180-533.34-02 73.46 ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY 401-7180-533.34-02 284.09 ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY 401-7180-533.34-02 110.09 ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY 401-7180-533.34-02 317.55 ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY 401-7180-533.35-01 559.38 ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY 401-7180-533.34-02 356.21 ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY 401-7180-533.34-02 406.88 ROHLINGER ENTERPRISES INC ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY 401-7180-533.35-01 636.21 TESTING&CALIBRATION SERVI 401-7180-533.48-10 239.04 Page 12 of 23 Sep 14, 2021 3:35:36 PMSeptember 21, 2021 E - 16 City of Port Angeles City Council Expenditure Report Between Aug 28, 2021 and Sep 10, 2021 Vendor Description Account Number Amount ROHLINGER ENTERPRISES INC TESTING&CALIBRATION SERVI 401-7180-533.48-10 119.41 SERVPRO OF CLALLAM/JEFFERSON CTY BUILDING MAINT&REPAIR SER 401-7180-533.41-50 1,226.36 SWAIN'S GENERAL STORE INC FASTENERS, FASTENING DEVS 401-7180-533.31-01 10.85 TRAFFIC SAFETY SUPPLY CO MARKERS, PLAQUES,SIGNS 401-7180-533.31-01 1,092.70 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Water/tissue/storm suppli 401-7180-533.31-01 292.05 Water/tissue/storm suppli 401-7180-533.31-01 (292.05) US BANK-DEBT SVC WIRES FINANCIAL SERVICES 401-7180-582.72-10 340,000.00 FINANCIAL SERVICES 401-7180-592.83-10 24,300.00 Electric Operations Division Total:$404,179.54 Public Works-Electric Department Total:$404,179.54 Electric Utility Fund Total:$437,637.86 ANGELES MILLWORK & LUMBER PAINTING EQUIPMENT & ACC 402-7380-534.31-20 20.40 CLALLAM CNTY DEPT OF HEALTH TESTING&CALIBRATION SERVI 402-7380-534.41-50 196.00 DYKMAN ELECTRICAL, INC POWER TRANSMISSION EQUIPM 402-7380-594.64-10 18,946.16 FEDERAL EXPRESS CORP Shipping Charges 402-7380-534.42-10 4.43 Shipping Charges 402-7380-534.42-10 13.41 FOWLER COMPANY, H D PIPE FITTINGS 402-7380-534.31-20 1,123.29 HARTNAGEL BUILDING SUPPLY INC PAINTS,COATINGS,WALLPAPER 402-7380-534.31-20 38.24 MISC EMPLOYEE EXPENSE REIMBURSEMENT COVID TEST REIMBURSEMENT 402-7380-534.49-90 99.00 MEAL REIMBURSEMENT 402-7380-534.31-01 38.00 MEAL REIMBURSEMENT 402-7380-534.31-01 38.00 MEAL REIMBURSEMENT 402-7380-534.31-01 38.00 MEAL TICKET REIMBURSEMENT 402-7380-534.31-01 38.00 MEAL TICKET REIMBURSEMENT 402-7380-534.31-01 19.00 MISC TRAVEL WOODWELL-WT PLANT OP II E 402-7380-534.43-10 13.75 MURRAYSMITH INC. CONSULTING SERVICES 402-7380-534.41-50 15,014.30 OLYMPIC REGION CLEAN AIR AGCY ENVIRONMENTAL&ECOLOGICAL 402-7380-534.49-90 272.00 ENVIRONMENTAL&ECOLOGICAL 402-7380-534.49-90 272.00 ENVIRONMENTAL&ECOLOGICAL 402-7380-534.49-90 679.00 PLATT ELECTRIC SUPPLY INC ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY 402-7380-534.31-20 2.41 ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY 402-7380-534.31-20 465.60 ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY 402-7380-534.31-20 100.20 PUD #1 OF CLALLAM COUNTY MISC PROFESSIONAL SERVICE 402-7380-534.47-10 72.15 SERVPRO OF BUILDING MAINT&REPAIR SER 402-7380-534.41-50 3,863.72 Page 13 of 23 Sep 14, 2021 3:35:36 PMSeptember 21, 2021 E - 17 City of Port Angeles City Council Expenditure Report Between Aug 28, 2021 and Sep 10, 2021 Vendor Description Account Number Amount CLALLAM/JEFFERSON CTY SPECTRA LABORATORIES-KITSAP TESTING&CALIBRATION SERVI 402-7380-534.41-50 161.00 TESTING&CALIBRATION SERVI 402-7380-534.41-50 239.00 TESTING&CALIBRATION SERVI 402-7380-534.41-50 239.00 SWAIN'S GENERAL STORE INC PAINTS,COATINGS,WALLPAPER 402-7380-534.31-20 78.64 NURSERY STOCK & SUPPLIES 402-7380-534.31-20 51.96 SHOES AND BOOTS 402-7380-534.31-01 152.21 TECHNICAL SYSTEMS, INC ENGINEERING SERVICES 402-7380-534.48-02 165.00 TRAFFIC SAFETY SUPPLY CO MARKERS, PLAQUES,SIGNS 402-7380-534.31-20 487.43 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Key blanks-Corp Yard 402-7380-534.31-01 42.56 Exam Prep Reg-Roening 402-7380-534.43-10 400.00 Exam Prep Reg-Roening 402-7380-534.43-10 (400.00) Key blanks-Corp Yard 402-7380-534.31-01 (42.56) Water Division Total:$42,941.30 OLYMPIC REGION CLEAN AIR AGCY ENVIRONMENTAL&ECOLOGICAL 402-7382-534.49-90 679.00 ENVIRONMENTAL&ECOLOGICAL 402-7382-534.49-90 679.00 RAINBOW SWEEPERS, INC ROADSIDE,GRNDS,REC, PARK 402-7382-534.48-10 4,719.75 Industrial Water Treatmnt Division Total:$6,077.75 Public Works-Water Department Total:$49,019.05 Water Utility Fund Total:$49,019.05 ANGELES MILLWORK & LUMBER CONCRETE & METAL CULVERTS 403-7480-535.31-20 42.58 PAINTS,COATINGS,WALLPAPER 403-7480-535.31-20 23.34 APPLIED INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGIES WATER SEWAGE TREATMENT EQ 403-7480-535.31-20 376.77 EDGE ANALYTICAL MISC PROFESSIONAL SERVICE 403-7480-535.41-50 721.00 MISC PROFESSIONAL SERVICE 403-7480-535.41-50 1,283.23 FASTENAL INDUSTRIAL FASTENERS, FASTENING DEVS 403-7480-535.31-20 10.54 FERGUSON ENTERPRISES INC PIPE FITTINGS 403-7480-535.31-20 211.18 GRAINGER PIPE FITTINGS 403-7480-535.31-20 46.66 HACH COMPANY DATA PROC SERV &SOFTWARE 403-7480-535.48-02 1,114.37 JOHNSON CONTROLS SECURITY SOLUTIONS SECURITY,FIRE,SAFETY SERV 403-7480-535.41-50 177.00 MCMASTER-CARR SUPPLY CO CHEMICAL LAB EQUIP & SUPP 403-7480-535.31-20 337.22 MISC EMPLOYEE EXPENSE REIMBURSEMENT CDL REIMBURSEMENT 403-7480-535.49-90 102.00 OLYMPIC STATIONERS INC SUPPLIES 403-7480-535.31-01 107.15 Page 14 of 23 Sep 14, 2021 3:35:36 PMSeptember 21, 2021 E - 18 City of Port Angeles City Council Expenditure Report Between Aug 28, 2021 and Sep 10, 2021 Vendor Description Account Number Amount SIEMENS INDUSTRY, INC.- GEORGIA TESTING&CALIBRATION SERVI 403-7480-535.45-30 627.78 SWAIN'S GENERAL STORE INC JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 403-7480-535.31-01 20.61 SUPPLIES 403-7480-535.31-20 6.85 TECHNICAL SYSTEMS, INC ENGINEERING SERVICES 403-7480-535.48-02 495.00 THURMAN SUPPLY LAWN MAINTENANCE EQUIP 403-7480-535.31-20 (19.04) PIPE FITTINGS 403-7480-535.31-20 81.06 TRAFFIC SAFETY SUPPLY CO MARKERS, PLAQUES,SIGNS 403-7480-535.31-20 487.43 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Refrigerator/Freezer 403-7480-535.35-01 870.39 Refrigerator/Freezer 403-7480-535.35-01 (870.39) Wastewater Division Total:$6,252.73 Public Works-WW/Stormwtr Department Total:$6,252.73 Wastewater Utility Fund Total:$6,252.73 FOSTER GARVEY PC MISC PROFESSIONAL SERVICE 404-7538-537.41-50 1,436.00 MISC PROFESSIONAL SERVICE 404-7538-537.41-50 3,850.50 GRAINGER CONCRETE & METAL CULVERTS 404-7538-537.31-20 468.71 MISC EMPLOYEE EXPENSE REIMBURSEMENT COVID TEST REIMBURSEMENT 404-7538-537.49-90 99.00 PACIFIC OFFICE EQUIPMENT INC SUPPLIES 404-7538-537.31-01 49.61 SUPPLIES 404-7538-537.31-01 189.77 SHI INTERNATIONAL CORP COMPUTER HARDWARE&PERIPHE 404-7538-537.31-60 29.35 SPARKS UPGRADES PROFESSIONAL REFRIGERATION EQUIPMENT 404-7538-537.41-50 2,598.34 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Bronze soil builder 404-7538-537.49-01 430.00 STA regular facility 404-7538-537.49-01 750.00 Postage-DOE req cert sign 404-7538-537.42-10 7.85 Bronze soil builder 404-7538-537.49-01 (430.00) Postage-DOE req cert sign 404-7538-537.42-10 (7.85) STA regular facility 404-7538-537.49-01 (750.00) WA STATE DEPARTMENT OF ECOLOGY ENVIRONMENTAL&ECOLOGICAL 404-7538-537.49-90 988.00 SW - Transfer Station Division Total:$9,709.28 A-1 PERFORMANCE, INC BUILDING MAINT&REPAIR SER 404-7580-537.41-50 127.06 BUILDING MAINT&REPAIR SER 404-7580-537.41-50 127.06 SHI INTERNATIONAL CORP COMPUTER HARDWARE&PERIPHE 404-7580-537.31-60 29.35 SWAIN'S GENERAL STORE INC CLOTHING & APPAREL 404-7580-537.31-01 79.48 Page 15 of 23 Sep 14, 2021 3:35:36 PMSeptember 21, 2021 E - 19 City of Port Angeles City Council Expenditure Report Between Aug 28, 2021 and Sep 10, 2021 Vendor Description Account Number Amount SWAIN'S GENERAL STORE INC PAINTS,COATINGS,WALLPAPER 404-7580-537.31-01 21.63 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Key blanks-Corp Yard 404-7580-537.31-01 42.57 Wall plaque-Uecker 404-7580-537.31-01 16.32 Key blanks-Corp Yard 404-7580-537.31-01 (42.57) Wall plaque-Uecker 404-7580-537.31-01 (16.32) Solid Waste-Collections Division Total:$384.58 ASPECT CONSULTING, LLC CONSULTING SERVICES 404-7585-537.41-50 7,464.25 MATT'S TOOLS USA, LLC FIRST AID & SAFETY EQUIP.404-7585-537.31-01 63.08 WA STATE DEPARTMENT OF ECOLOGY ENVIRONMENTAL&ECOLOGICAL 404-7585-537.49-90 988.00 Solid Waste-Landfill Division Total:$8,515.33 Public Works-Solid Waste Department Total:$18,609.19 Solid Waste Utility Fund Total:$18,609.19 ANGELES MILLWORK & LUMBER HAND TOOLS ,POW&NON POWER 406-7412-538.35-01 464.99 FASTENAL INDUSTRIAL HAND TOOLS ,POW&NON POWER 406-7412-538.31-01 32.22 FEDERAL EXPRESS CORP Shipping Charges 406-7412-538.42-10 31.21 HARTNAGEL BUILDING SUPPLY INC HAND TOOLS ,POW&NON POWER 406-7412-538.35-01 51.04 HAND TOOLS ,POW&NON POWER 406-7412-538.31-01 49.57 HEARTLINE SEED,SOD,SOIL&INOCULANT 406-7412-538.31-20 44.61 PORT ANGELES POWER EQUIPMENT SUPPLIES 406-7412-538.31-01 122.55 SWAIN'S GENERAL STORE INC FIRST AID & SAFETY EQUIP.406-7412-538.31-01 55.06 HAND TOOLS ,POW&NON POWER 406-7412-538.35-01 44.41 TRAFFIC SAFETY SUPPLY CO MARKERS, PLAQUES,SIGNS 406-7412-538.31-20 487.43 Stormwater Division Total:$1,383.09 Public Works-WW/Stormwtr Department Total:$1,383.09 Stormwater Utility Fund Total:$1,383.09 A/R MISCELLANEOUS REFUNDS 81231055600 - S. SMITH 409-0000-213.10-90 622.88 OVERPMT OF MEDIC 1 FEES 409-0000-213.10-90 81.29 Division Total:$704.17 Department Total:$704.17 LIFE ASSIST SALE SURPLUS/OBSOLETE 409-6025-526.31-13 46.80 SALE SURPLUS/OBSOLETE 409-6025-526.31-01 3,307.75 SALE SURPLUS/OBSOLETE 409-6025-526.31-01 99.01 SALE SURPLUS/OBSOLETE 409-6025-526.31-01 409.98 Page 16 of 23 Sep 14, 2021 3:35:36 PMSeptember 21, 2021 E - 20 City of Port Angeles City Council Expenditure Report Between Aug 28, 2021 and Sep 10, 2021 Vendor Description Account Number Amount OLYMPIC LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANERS LAUNDRY/DRY CLEANING SERV 409-6025-526.41-50 13.06 LAUNDRY/DRY CLEANING SERV 409-6025-526.41-50 16.32 LAUNDRY/DRY CLEANING SERV 409-6025-526.41-50 19.58 LAUNDRY/DRY CLEANING SERV 409-6025-526.41-50 32.64 LAUNDRY/DRY CLEANING SERV 409-6025-526.41-50 31.01 LAUNDRY/DRY CLEANING SERV 409-6025-526.41-50 19.58 LAUNDRY/DRY CLEANING SERV 409-6025-526.41-50 14.69 LAUNDRY/DRY CLEANING SERV 409-6025-526.41-50 14.69 LAUNDRY/DRY CLEANING SERV 409-6025-526.41-50 14.69 LAUNDRY/DRY CLEANING SERV 409-6025-526.41-50 40.80 LAUNDRY/DRY CLEANING SERV 409-6025-526.41-50 19.58 LAUNDRY/DRY CLEANING SERV 409-6025-526.41-50 19.58 OLYMPIC OXYGEN SALE SURPLUS/OBSOLETE 409-6025-526.31-13 136.00 SWAIN'S GENERAL STORE INC CLOTHING & APPAREL 409-6025-526.20-80 81.46 CLOTHING & APPAREL 409-6025-526.20-80 29.23 CLOTHING & APPAREL 409-6025-526.20-80 50.85 SYSTEMS DESIGN WEST, LLC CONSULTING SERVICES 409-6025-526.41-50 2,878.95 HEALTH RELATED SERVICES 409-6025-526.41-50 2,625.40 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM PM Testing Skills for PM 409-6025-526.31-01 84.00 Uniform glasses-Stroobant 409-6025-526.20-80 149.22 Battery LED 409-6025-526.31-01 45.00 PM natl registry study bo 409-6025-526.31-01 84.80 Battery LED 409-6025-526.31-01 (45.00) PM natl registry study bo 409-6025-526.31-01 (84.80) PM Testing Skills for PM 409-6025-526.31-01 (84.00) Uniform glasses-Stroobant 409-6025-526.20-80 (149.22) Medic I Division Total:$9,921.65 OLYMPIC STATIONERS INC SUPPLIES 409-6027-526.31-01 29.45 Community Paramedicine Division Total:$29.45 Fire Department Total:$9,951.10 Medic I Utility Fund Total:$10,655.27 DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE MISC PROFESSIONAL SERVICE 413-7481-598.10-00 800,000.00 Wastewater Remediation Division Total:$800,000.00 Public Works-WW/Stormwtr Department Total:$800,000.00 Harbor Clean Up Fund Total:$800,000.00 Page 17 of 23 Sep 14, 2021 3:35:36 PMSeptember 21, 2021 E - 21 City of Port Angeles City Council Expenditure Report Between Aug 28, 2021 and Sep 10, 2021 Vendor Description Account Number Amount TITAN ELECTRIC, INC Release Retainage 451-0000-223.40-00 7,931.23 Division Total:$7,931.23 Department Total:$7,931.23 CARDNO, INC ENGINEERING SERVICES 451-7188-594.65-10 1,600.00 Electric Projects Division Total:$1,600.00 Public Works-Electric Department Total:$1,600.00 Electric Utility CIP Fund Total:$9,531.23 KPFF CONSULTING ENGINEERS CONSULTING SERVICES 452-7388-594.65-10 506.25 Water Projects Division Total:$506.25 Public Works-Water Department Total:$506.25 Water Utility CIP Fund Total:$506.25 KPFF CONSULTING ENGINEERS CONSULTING SERVICES 453-7488-594.65-10 506.25 Wastewater Projects Division Total:$506.25 Public Works-WW/Stormwtr Department Total:$506.25 WasteWater Utility CIP Fund Total:$506.25 KPFF CONSULTING ENGINEERS CONSULTING SERVICES 454-7588-594.65-10 506.25 Solid Waste Coll Projects Division Total:$506.25 Public Works-Solid Waste Department Total:$506.25 Solid Waste Utility CIP Fund Total:$506.25 GRAY & OSBORNE, INC. CONSULTING SERVICES 456-7688-594.65-10 2,486.62 KPFF CONSULTING ENGINEERS CONSULTING SERVICES 456-7688-594.65-10 506.25 Stormwater Util CIP Projs Division Total:$2,992.87 Public Works Department Total:$2,992.87 Stormwtr Util Projects Fund Total:$2,992.87 ASSOCIATED PETROLEUM PRODUCTS, INC FUEL,OIL,GREASE, & LUBES 501-0000-141.20-00 5,816.27 FUEL,OIL,GREASE, & LUBES 501-0000-141.20-00 6,591.74 BAXTER AUTO PARTS #15 AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-0000-141.40-00 82.68 AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-0000-141.40-00 131.20 AUTO & TRUCK ACCESSORIES 501-0000-141.40-00 18.08 AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-0000-141.40-00 33.93 HEARTLINE AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-0000-141.40-00 665.64 KAMAN INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGIES POWER TRANSMISSION EQUIPM 501-0000-141.40-00 89.31 POWER TRANSMISSION EQUIPM 501-0000-141.40-00 1,283.93 NAPA AUTO PARTS AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-0000-141.40-00 92.80 PACIFIC GOLF & TURF AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-0000-141.40-00 30.76 Page 18 of 23 Sep 14, 2021 3:35:36 PMSeptember 21, 2021 E - 22 City of Port Angeles City Council Expenditure Report Between Aug 28, 2021 and Sep 10, 2021 Vendor Description Account Number Amount PAPE-KENWORTH NORTHWEST, INC AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-0000-141.40-00 212.46 PETROCARD, INC FUEL,OIL,GREASE, & LUBES 501-0000-141.20-00 367.71 FUEL,OIL,GREASE, & LUBES 501-0000-141.20-00 335.97 SOLID WASTE SYSTEMS, INC AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-0000-141.40-00 (505.71) AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-0000-141.40-00 325.71 TACOMA DODGE CHRYSLER JEEP AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-0000-141.40-00 776.51 Division Total:$16,348.99 Department Total:$16,348.99 A-1 PERFORMANCE, INC BUILDING MAINT&REPAIR SER 501-7630-548.41-50 152.63 BUILDING MAINT&REPAIR SER 501-7630-548.41-50 152.63 AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.31-01 43.48 AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 193.28 AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.31-01 228.20 ANGELES MILLWORK & LUMBER AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 11.42 ARAMARK LAUNDRY/DRY CLEANING SERV 501-7630-548.49-90 20.28 LAUNDRY/DRY CLEANING SERV 501-7630-548.49-90 20.28 AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.31-01 48.96 LAUNDRY/DRY CLEANING SERV 501-7630-548.49-90 20.28 LAUNDRY/DRY CLEANING SERV 501-7630-548.49-90 20.28 ASSOCIATED PETROLEUM PRODUCTS, INC FUEL,OIL,GREASE, & LUBES 501-7630-548.32-13 48.62 FUEL,OIL,GREASE, & LUBES 501-7630-548.32-13 21.75 FUEL,OIL,GREASE, & LUBES 501-7630-548.32-13 40.64 BICKFORD FORD INC. AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 1,490.06 EXTERNAL LABOR SERVICES 501-7630-548.34-02 2,194.82 AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 301.60 AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 526.53 COPY CAT GRAPHICS AUTO & TRUCK ACCESSORIES 501-7630-548.34-02 287.53 FAR-WEST MACHINE & HYDRAULICS AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 836.95 EXTERNAL LABOR SERVICES 501-7630-548.34-02 481.98 JENNINGS EQUIPMENT INC AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 354.75 LES SCHWAB TIRE CENTER AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 1,493.65 EXTERNAL LABOR SERVICES 501-7630-548.34-02 130.56 AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 963.68 EXTERNAL LABOR SERVICES 501-7630-548.34-02 32.64 Page 19 of 23 Sep 14, 2021 3:35:36 PMSeptember 21, 2021 E - 23 City of Port Angeles City Council Expenditure Report Between Aug 28, 2021 and Sep 10, 2021 Vendor Description Account Number Amount LES SCHWAB TIRE CENTER EXTERNAL LABOR SERVICES 501-7630-548.34-02 44.17 MATT'S TOOLS USA, LLC AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.35-01 8.57 MOTOR TRUCKS INC AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 165.34 NAPA AUTO PARTS AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 21.69 AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 60.97 AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 92.34 AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 35.27 AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 230.31 AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 291.76 AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 (146.53) NORTHWEST INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT EXTERNAL LABOR SERVICES 501-7630-548.49-90 264.14 OWEN EQUIPMENT AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 2,407.31 AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 869.21 AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 148.98 AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 416.33 PACIFIC GOLF & TURF AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 13.61 RIGHT WAY SPRING COMPANY, INC AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 1,196.37 RUDDELL AUTO MALL AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 24.03 SNAP-ON TOOLS - SARGENT TOOLS LLC AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.48-02 979.20 AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.31-01 49.24 SOLID WASTE SYSTEMS, INC AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 433.30 AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 582.34 TOWN & COUNTRY TRACTOR, INC AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 223.74 AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 132.15 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Convenience fee 501-7630-548.49-90 9.34 Dept of Revenue 501-7630-548.49-90 373.66 Convenience fee 501-7630-548.49-90 (9.34) Dept of Revenue 501-7630-548.49-90 (373.66) WILDER TOYOTA INC EXTERNAL LABOR SERVICES 501-7630-548.34-02 413.44 Equipment Services Division Total:$19,074.76 Public Works Department Total:$19,074.76 Equipment Services Fund Total:$35,423.75 PILGRIM MEDIA SERVICES COMPUTER SOFTWARE FOR MIC 502-2081-518.41-50 2,115.00 Page 20 of 23 Sep 14, 2021 3:35:36 PMSeptember 21, 2021 E - 24 City of Port Angeles City Council Expenditure Report Between Aug 28, 2021 and Sep 10, 2021 Vendor Description Account Number Amount PILGRIM MEDIA SERVICES FASTENERS, FASTENING DEVS 502-2081-518.41-50 164.43 SHI INTERNATIONAL CORP COMPUTER HARDWARE&PERIPHE 502-2081-518.31-60 926.98 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Webex Events-Council 502-2081-518.48-02 418.88 Cat6 patch cables 502-2081-518.35-01 455.28 USB bluetooth adapter 502-2081-518.35-01 55.87 Webex subscription 502-2081-518.48-02 434.11 USB bluetooth adapters (2 502-2081-518.35-01 132.48 Cat6 patch cables 502-2081-518.35-01 (455.28) USB bluetooth adapter 502-2081-518.35-01 (55.87) USB bluetooth adapters (2 502-2081-518.35-01 (132.48) Webex Events-Council 502-2081-518.48-02 (418.88) Webex subscription 502-2081-518.48-02 (434.11) Information Technologies Division Total:$3,206.41 PUD #1 OF CLALLAM COUNTY RADIO & TELECOMMUNICATION 502-2083-518.47-10 103.66 Wireless Mesh Division Total:$103.66 Finance Department Total:$3,310.07 Information Technology Fund Total:$3,310.07 REDACTED REIMBURSE MEDICARE-AUGUST 503-1631-517.46-35 108.00 REIMBURSE MEDICARE-AUGUST 503-1631-517.46-35 108.00 REIMBURSE MEDICARE-AUGUST 503-1631-517.46-35 108.00 REIMBURSE MEDICARE-AUGUST 503-1631-517.46-35 124.50 REIMBURSE MEDICARE-AUGUST 503-1631-517.46-35 127.50 REIMBURSE MEDICARE-AUGUST 503-1631-517.46-35 130.60 REIMBURSE MEDICARE-AUGUST 503-1631-517.46-35 140.50 REIMBURSE MEDICARE-AUGUST 503-1631-517.46-35 148.50 REIMBURSE MEDICARE-AUGUST 503-1631-517.46-35 148.50 REIMBURSE MEDICARE-AUGUST 503-1631-517.46-35 148.50 REIMBURSE MEDICARE-AUGUST 503-1631-517.46-35 148.50 REIMBURSE MEDICARE-AUGUST 503-1631-517.46-35 148.50 REIMBURSE MEDICARE-AUGUST 503-1631-517.46-35 148.50 REIMBURSE MEDICARE-AUGUST 503-1631-517.46-35 148.50 REIMBURSE MEDICARE-AUGUST 503-1631-517.46-35 148.50 REIMBURSE MEDICARE-AUGUST 503-1631-517.46-35 148.50 REIMBURSE MEDICARE-AUGUST 503-1631-517.46-35 407.50 REIMBURSE MEDICARE-AUGUST 503-1631-517.46-35 619.50 Page 21 of 23 Sep 14, 2021 3:35:36 PMSeptember 21, 2021 E - 25 City of Port Angeles City Council Expenditure Report Between Aug 28, 2021 and Sep 10, 2021 Vendor Description Account Number Amount REDACTED Disability Board-August 503-1631-517.46-35 5.82 Disability Board-August 503-1631-517.46-35 54.00 Disability Board-August 503-1631-517.46-35 80.00 Disability Board-August 503-1631-517.46-35 153.99 Disability Board-August 503-1631-517.46-35 290.46 REDQUOTE, INC. HRA REIMBURSEMENTS 503-1631-517.46-30 2,515.58 HRA REIMBURSEMENTS 503-1631-517.46-30 561.36 HRA REIMBURSEMENTS 503-1631-517.46-30 577.21 Other Insurance Programs Division Total:$7,449.02 WCIA (WA CITIES INS AUTHORITY) LEGAL SERVICES 503-1671-517.41-50 6,627.20 CLAIMS 503-1671-517.49-98 3,826.60 LEGAL SERVICES 503-1671-517.41-50 16,212.17 LEGAL SERVICES 503-1671-517.41-50 24,836.20 CLAIMS 503-1671-517.49-98 932.63 LEGAL SERVICES 503-1671-517.41-50 36,957.65 LEGAL SERVICES 503-1671-517.41-50 15,022.72 Comp Liability Division Total:$104,415.17 Self Insurance Department Total:$111,864.19 Self-Insurance Fund Total:$111,864.19 REDACTED REIMBURSE MEDICARE-AUGUST 602-6221-517.46-35 127.00 REIMBURSE MEDICARE-AUGUST 602-6221-517.46-35 132.50 Fireman's Pension Division Total:$259.50 Fireman's Pension Department Total:$259.50 Firemen's Pension Fund Total:$259.50 CHAPTER 13 TRUSTEE CASE #21-10696 920-0000-231.56-90 358.00 EMPLOYEES ASSOCIATION PAYROLL SUMMARY 920-0000-231.55-30 605.00 EMPOWER-P/R WIRE PAYROLL SUMMARY 920-0000-231.52-20 28,139.02 FEDERAL PAYROLL TAX PAYROLL SUMMARY 920-0000-231.50-10 60.98 PAYROLL SUMMARY 920-0000-231.50-10 72,829.38 FICA/MEDICARE PAYROLL TAX PAYROLL SUMMARY 920-0000-231.50-20 42.40 PAYROLL SUMMARY 920-0000-231.50-20 87,314.84 ICMA-P/R WIRES PAYROLL SUMMARY 920-0000-231.52-10 21,510.89 JOHN HANCOCK LIFE INSURANCE CO PAYROLL SUMMARY 920-0000-231.52-25 2,482.67 LEOFF PAYROLL SUMMARY 920-0000-231.51-21 32,386.78 Page 22 of 23 Sep 14, 2021 3:35:36 PMSeptember 21, 2021 E - 26 City of Port Angeles City Council Expenditure Report Between Aug 28, 2021 and Sep 10, 2021 Vendor Description Account Number Amount OFFICE OF SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT PAYROLL SUMMARY 920-0000-231.56-20 283.84 PERS PAYROLL SUMMARY 920-0000-231.51-10 1,146.52 PAYROLL SUMMARY 920-0000-231.51-11 15,263.79 PAYROLL SUMMARY 920-0000-231.51-12 73,443.67 TEAMSTERS LOCAL 589 PAYROLL SUMMARY 920-0000-231.54-10 2,147.58 PAYROLL SUMMARY 920-0000-231.54-10 2,024.00 UNITED WAY (PAYROLL) PAYROLL SUMMARY 920-0000-231.56-10 235.00 WSCFF/EMPLOYEE BENEFIT TRUST PAYROLL SUMMARY 920-0000-231.53-20 2,100.00 Division Total:$342,374.36 Department Total:$342,374.36 Payroll Clearing Fund Total:$342,374.36 Total for Checks Dated Between Aug 28, 2021 and Sep 10, 2021 $2,907,486.84 Page 23 of 23 Sep 14, 2021 3:35:36 PMSeptember 21, 2021 E - 27 Date: September 21, 2021 To: City Council From: Thomas Hunter, Director of Public Works & Utilities Subject: N Street Outfall Permanent Operation & Maintenance Easement, CFP #DR0119 Background / Analysis: The N Street outfall historically served as a natural discharge point for stormwater runoff. As the region developed over the last century, subsurface stormwater conveyance infrastructure replaced overland flow and natural conveyance channels. In its current condition, approximately 400 acres of residential area on the Westside of the City contribute runoff to an 18-inch concrete discharge pipe positioned at the top of the 100 ft. drop-off. Discharge from the pipe flows northward down the sheer face, through an incised ravine, and onto the Strait of Juan de Fuca Shoreline. The City established a Capital Facilities Plan (CFP) project in 2019 to improve the stormwater outfall by extending the discharge point northward into the established ravine, and outward toward the marine bluff face. The property is north of the current discharge point. The City executed a Temporary Construction Easement with the property owner on August 10, 2021, in preparation for the construction scheduled to begin October 2021. To complete the CFP project, the City now needs to establish a permanent 40-foot-wide easement with the property owner along the alignment of the new conveyance pipe. This easement will facilitate future operation and maintenance of the stormwater infrastructure which will be installed on Mr. Collin’s property under the N Street Outfall Improvement Project (DR0119). For granting a permanent easement, Mr. Collins requested the City transfer ownership of a 1,931 sq. ft., triangular shaped parcel that abuts the southside of his property. This parcel (063000103215), located across from 2211 West 6th Street, was part of the historic railroad alignment through Port Angeles and was deeded to the City by the Seattle, Port Angeles, & Lake Crescent Railroad during dissolution of the company in the 1920s and has been unused by the City. Additionally, Mr. Collins agreed to grant a release of any claims against the City on account of erosion at the site. The transfer and releases are proposed to take effect in conjunction with execution of this perpetual easement between the City and the property owner (Collins Family Trust). The City will transfer Summary: The purpose of this memo is to receive City Council approval of the attached Permanent Easement, Quit Claim Deed, and Release of Claim. The City is upgrading an existing stormwater outfall at the corner of 4th and N Streets which extends the outfall down a marine bluff and across private property. This combination of these documents will ensure perpetual access for future inspection, maintenance, repair, and replacement of the new stormwater conveyance and discharge infrastructure. Funding: To ensure timely execution of the Easement and Release of Claim, the City will arrange and pay all nominal associated recording fees; estimated at an amount less than $500.00, expended from the established Stormwater Utility Capital project budget (456-7688-594-6510). All other property transfer fees shall be the responsibility of the property owner. Recommendation: Determine Parcel #063000103215 to be surplus, approve the Permanent Easement, Quit Claim Deed, and Release of Claim documents, and authorize the City Manager to execute these documents, approve the associated recording fee payments, and make minor modifications, as necessary. September 21, 2021 E - 28 ownership of Parcel #063000103215 to the Collins Family Trust via a Quit Claim Deed, and the Collins Family Trust will release all current and future claims against the City regarding the stormwater outfall. Funding Overview: To ensure timely execution of the Easement and Release of Claim, the City will arrange and pay all nominal associated recording fees; estimated at an amount less than $500.00 and expended from the established Stormwater Utility Capital project budget (456-7688-594-6510). All other property transfer fees shall be the responsibility of the property owner. Attachments: 1. Permanent Easement, including Exhibits A & B 2. Quit Claim Deed 3. Release of Claim Agreement 4. GIS Map Parcel 063000103215 September 21, 2021 E - 29 September 21, 2021 E - 30 September 21, 2021 E - 31 September 21, 2021 E - 32 September 21, 2021 E - 33 Page 1 of 1 EXHIBIT “A” Parcel No.: 063000-103225 Owners Name: Collins Family Trust Easement LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF GRANTOR’S PARCEL Parcel B of Boundary Line Adjustment PZ 19-80, Recorded under Auditor’s File Number 2020-1392890, in Book 86 of Surveys at Page 15; being a portion of Suburban Lot 32 of the Townsite of Port Angeles, Clallam County, Washington. LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF PERMANENT EASEMENT AREA That portion of said Parcel described above included within a strip of land, 40 feet wide, 20 feet on each side of the following described line: COMMENCING at the P.I. Monument located at the intersection of S. ‘N’ Street and W. 4th Street, said monument as shown on the plat of Edgecliffe, according to the plat recorded in Volume 5 of Plats, Page 69, Records of Clallam County, Washington; THENCE North 83°30’48” East along the monumented centerline of said W. 4th Street a distance of 6.92 feet; THENCE North 15°42’42” East a distance of 150.28 feet to a point on the northwesterly line of Vacated ‘N’ Street and the POINT OF BEGINNING of the herein described line; THENCE Continuing North 15°42’42” East a distance of 226.68 feet to a point on the Northerly line of said Parcel described above, said point being the line of Mean High Water and the TERMINUS of the herein described line. The sidelines of said strip shall be shortened or lengthened to begin at the northwesterly line of Vacated ‘N’ Street and end at the Northerly line of Grantor’s Parcel. 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Locations of features are approximate only. Topographic/Map features are +-5 feet of actual locations. This map/drawing is produced by the city of Port Angeles for its own use and purposes. Any other use of this map/drawing shall not be the responsibility of the City.Area Map Water main WWater main SWater main Electrical distribution OH Electrical distribution UG Printed: 8/2/2021 September 21, 2021 E - 42 Date: September 21, 2021 To: City Council From: Brian S. Smith, Police Chief Subject: City of Port Angeles and Port Angeles School District School Resource Officer Agreement Background: The Port Angeles Police Department in partnership with the Port Angeles School District has deployed an SRO since 2002. The City and the School District in the past had a signed memorandum of understanding principally around the School District paying for some costs associated with the assigned officer. The School District has not provided funding to the City since 2009. The most recent legislative session produced a statutory requirement for an agreement between school districts and law enforcement agencies that choose to deploy and SRO. The proposed agreement meets the most recent statutory requirements. The Port Angeles Police Department SRO program, in cooperation with the Port Angeles School District, will provide services in an effort create a positive school climate and positive relationships with the staff and students: The services provided by the SRO: 1.Law Enforcement services and prevention of unnecessary law enforcement involvement in non- criminal student misbehavior. 2.Security for the students, staff and facilities. 3. School Zone traffic enforcement. 4. Daily interaction with students, families and staff during regular school hours. 5. Classroom mentoring and Community Oriented Policing (COP) services. 6. Prevention program services. 7. Public Information Officer (PIO) services in regard to school-related matters. 8. Direct liaison with the Department of Child and Youth Services (DCYF), Tribal and Indian Child Welfare (TCW/ICW) and the Port Angeles School District Navigators. 9. Direct liaison with the Juvenile Court Prosecutor, Youth at Risk, and Juvenile Probation services. Summary: The Port Angeles Police Department deploys a specially trained Officer to the Port Angeles High School as a school resource officer (SRO). The School District provides a workspace, computer and an opportunity for the Officer to engage in community oriented policing efforts at the schools. Current legislation requires an agreement between the City and the School District that delineates what services we provide and what work is appropriate for the SRO. Funding: There is no funding attached to this agreement. Recommendation: Authorize the City Manager to sign the SRO agreement with the Port Angeles School District. September 21, 2021 E - 43 10. Referral services to community resources for students and their families. Funding: The SRO is not a contractor of the School District. The SRO works as a police officer or detective out of the schools and uses this location as a starting point for community-oriented policing, law enforcement services and prevention programs. The work of the SRO will happen regardless of whether or not it is based at the schools. The RCW requires we have and agreement if we choose to base the SRO out of the schools. September 21, 2021 E - 44 1 SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICER AGREEMENT Interested Parties This agreement is made and entered by and between the City of Port Angeles Police Department and the Port Angeles School District. Purpose School and law enforcement partnerships are built on a foundation of shared goals and objectives, which are approached in a constructive and positive manner, and achieved through open communication. When schools and law enforcement agencies work together to creatively tackle problems, they enhance their ability to achieve positive outcomes-first and foremost: The health, safety and welfare of the students, staff, and families of the Port Angeles School District. Services The Port Angeles Police Department School Resource Officer (SRO) program, in cooperation with the Port Angeles School District, will provide the following services to engage in creating a positive school climate and positive relationships with the students: 1. Law Enforcement services and prevention of unnecessary Law Enforcement involvement in non- criminal student misbehavior 2. Security to the students, staff and facilities 3. School Zone traffic enforcement 4. Daily interaction with students, families and staff during regular school hours 5. Classroom mentoring and Community Oriented Policing (COP) services 6. Prevention program services 7. Public Information Officer (PIO) services in regard to school-related matters 8. Direct liaison with the Department of Child and Youth Services (DCYF), Tribal and Indian Child Welfare (TCW/ICW) and the Port Angeles School District Navigators 9. Direct liaison with the Juvenile Court Prosecutor, Youth at Risk, and Juvenile Probation services 10. Referral services to community resources for students and their families Terms and Conditions It is hereby agreed by the interested parties as follows: 1. Schools: The Port Angeles Police Department will provide SRO services to the following schools within the Port Angeles School District: Port Angeles High School, Lincoln High School, Steven’s Middle School, Jefferson Elementary, Franklin Elementary, Roosevelt Elementary, Hamilton Elementary, Dry Creek Elementary. Additionally, the PAPD will provide SRO services to other September 21, 2021 E - 45 2 area schools and educational programs to include the Queen of Angels School, Seaview Academy and others upon request. 2. Location: It is agreed that the Port Angeles Police Department will provide the afore-mentioned services primarily and solely within the facilities and grounds of the Port Angeles School District with exceptions to include virtual events, and school-related events held within the City of Port Angeles. The SRO will maintain office locations at Port Angeles High School and Steven’s Middle School. The SRO may be assigned duties outside the City of Port Angeles such as athletic events or other events that require SRO presence. A desk, school district computer, office phone and basic office supplies will be provided by the Port Angeles School District. The Port Angeles Police Department will provide all duty related uniforms and equipment and office supplies as needed. 3. Work Hours: The SRO will typically be assigned in a full-time capacity during the regular school year and will work 40-hours per week. During school holidays, the SRO may supplement the patrol division at the discretion of their direct supervisor. The SRO may also be assigned as an on-call Detective at the discretion of their direct supervisor. In the event of SRO absence, they shall coordinate with the schools on a substitute SRO or alternate point of contact. 4. Supervision: The SRO position shall be assigned to the Detectives Division, with direct supervision provided by the Detective Corporal and the Detective Sergeant. The Port Angeles Police Department shall have the power and authority to assign, hire, discharge, and discipline SROs as necessary. The Port Angeles School District may make recommendations for the SRO positions to the Chief of Police who shall assign such officers. If the Port Angeles School District is dissatisfied with an SRO, they shall coordinate directly with the Chief of Police on a solution, however, the Chief of Police shall retain sole discretion for the assignment of the SRO position. 5. Qualifications and Training: The SRO shall be a certified Police Officer for the City of Port Angeles with no less than two-years patrol experience. The SRO will maintain all required training for the position of SRO to include State SRO training requirements, Port Angeles School District employee training requirements, SRO school to be completed within one year of assignment and Port Angeles Police Department in-service training requirements. 6. Evaluation: Each officer’s effectiveness in the SRO program will be evaluated at the end of each school term. The Port Angeles School District will be given the opportunity to provide input into the evaluation. The Chief of Police shall seriously consider the input of the School District and will make a good faith effort to address any concerns raised. 7. Uniform of the Day: The SRO will wear an approved duty uniform that allows for a visible law enforcement presence. The SRO will drive a marked Port Angeles Police Department patrol vehicle which shall be parked in a visible location on school property during the school day. 8. Communication: The SRO will coordinate with Port Angeles Police Department administration, School administration and the School District for all major events or incidents requiring visibility by all parties. The SRO will share information with school administration as it pertains to school September 21, 2021 E - 46 3 and student safety and welfare. All involved parties should consider all federal or state laws that govern the collection, use, and dissemination of student records including the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 [FERPA], the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 [HIPAA], and civil rights and other laws must be considered when developing plans for information sharing that involves personally identifiable information from student education records. 9. Transporting Students: The SRO shall not transport students in Police Department vehicles except: a. When students are victims of a crime, in custody, or other emergency circumstances. b. When students are suspended and/or sent home from school pursuant to school disciplinary actions if the student’s parent or guardian is unable to pick up the child within a reasonable amount of time or when a student is disruptive/disorderly, and his/her continued presence on campus is a threat to the safety and welfare of other students and school personnel. c. When students are ill or cannot remain at school for any other reason, and the student’s parent or guardian is unable to pick up the child within a reasonable time period. d. SROs shall not transport students in their personal vehicles. e. SROs shall notify school personnel upon removing a student from campus. f. SROs shall notify dispatch regarding any transport of a student. 10. School Discipline: Student discipline remains a School District responsibility, and the SRO will not engage in formal discipline situations unless the incident becomes a law enforcement action by its nature. The SRO will refer any students violating the code of conduct to the school administration. The SRO will understand when to informally interact with students to reinforce school rules and when to enforce the law. Any law enforcement actions (such as arrest, citations, ticketing, or court referrals) are only to be used as a last resort, as determined by the SRO, for incidents that involve criminal behavior, or when it becomes necessary to protect the safety of students, faculty, and staff from the threat of immediate harm. 11. School safety: The SRO shall work directly with the school district, respective school administrations and the Port Angeles Police Department training cadre on properly planning, training for, and responding to school safety threats and school emergencies. School staff, including teachers and school administration, may ask the SRO to intervene with a student at any time any student, staff member or visitor’s health, safety and/or welfare is, or appears to be, threatened. 12. Truancy: The SRO shall conduct at-home welfare checks for truancy matters solely in cases where there is a threat to the health, safety and welfare of a student. In all other cases, truancy matters shall be handled by the School District and school administrations respectively. School administrations may also make direct referrals to the Department of Children and Youth Services for any other concerns outside the purview of the SRO. September 21, 2021 E - 47 4 13. Term of Assignment: The SRO position is generally a two-year assignment. This agreement shall be reviewed, modified and agreed upon annually, however modifications may be made at the request of the Port Angeles Police Department or the Port Angeles School District. 14. Complaints: The School District and Port Angeles Police Department maintain separate policies for the filing of complaints against employees. Should any complaint be filed against the SRO by any student or student family member, the School District and Port Angeles Police Department shall share such complaint with each other. Any response, investigation and/or resolution regarding such complains shall be handled in accordance with the School District and Port Angeles Police Department’s policies and procedures. 15. Indemnification: Each Party to this Agreement shall indemnify, defend, and hold harmless the other Party and its officers, employees, agents, and volunteers from and against any and all claims, damages, demands, actions, lawsuits, liens, liabilities, penalties, fines, or other such proceedings including without limitation, for personal injuries, loss of life or property damage (collectively “Claims”) arising from the indemnifying Party’s negligence. 16. Insurance: Each Party to this Agreement agrees to maintain insurance at current, or greater, levels as those each that existed at the time each Party entered this Agreement. Effective Date This Memorandum of Understanding is effective as of September 1, 2021, and shall remain in effect until superseded by a new agreement or unless renewed or modified by agreement of both parties or terminated as provided herein. CITY OF PORT ANGELES PORT ANGELES SCHOOL DISTRICT By By _______________________________ Nathan A. West, City Manager Date:___________________________________ Date:______________________________ Attest: By Kari Martinez-Bailey, City Clerk Approved as to form: By ___________________________________ William E. Bloor, City Attorney September 21, 2021 E - 48 Date: September 21, 2021 To: City Council From: Thomas Hunter, Director of Public Works & Utilities Subject: F Street Substation Switchgear Upgrade 2020 Project Final Acceptance Background / Analysis: Seven substations distribute power throughout the City. Five of these substations are nearing or are at the end of their life. Based on age, importance to electrical reliability and periodic inspection results, the F Street Substation was identified as the substation in most need of immediate replacement. On September 15, 2020, City Council approved KVA Electric’s contract to perform the F Street Substation Switchgear Upgrade 2020 Project. The project work was inspected and accepted as complete. The final cost to the City came in under budget in the amount of $283,353.28. The final payment request has been received from the Contractor. Funding Overview: Funding for this project was identified in the 2020 Electric Utility Capital funds budget 451-7188-594.65-10 in the total amount of $283,353.28. Summary: The purpose of this memo is to receive City Council Final Acceptance for completion of the work performed by KVA Electric of Arlington, WA, on the F Street Substation Switchgear Upgrade 2020 project, CL0716. The work was inspected, and the project accepted as complete. The final cost to the City came in under the allocated budget of $500,000.00 for a total amount of $283,353.28. Funding: Funding for this project was identified in the 2020 Electric Utility Capital funds budget 451- 7188-594.65-10 in the total amount of $283,353.28. Recommendation: Accept the F Street Substation Switchgear Electrical Upgrade 2020 Project No. CON-2020-36 as complete and authorize staff to proceed with project closeout and release the retainage bond upon receipt of all required clearances. September 21, 2021 E - 49 Date: September 21, 2021 To: City Council From: Allyson Brekke, Director of Community and Economic Development Subject: Closeout of the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) for the Shore Metro Park District After School Childcare Program Background / Analysis: The City, and sub-recipient Shore Metro Park District (formally known as the William Shore Pool District), received a 2018 CDBG General Purpose Grant in the amount of $745,044. The grant scope of work was primarily to fund construction of an after school childcare facility within the renovated and expanded Shore Aquatic Center (formally known as the William Shore Memorial Pool) at 225 E. 5th Street. The childcare program is known as S.P.A.R.K. (Swim Play & Active Recreation for Kids) Squad. The original public hearing for the CDBG General Purpose Grant occurred at the City Council meeting on May 15, 2018 to obtain public input on the proposed project. At that same meeting, Council passed a resolution authorizing submission of an application for a CDBG General Purpose Grant. The City and Department of Commerce signed a grant agreement in March 2019 and the project start date was September 12, 2018. The grant agreement scope of work specifically laid out the following budget: Administration: $ 15,500 | Community Facility: $ 729,544 Per CDBG grant requirements, the City must hold a final public hearing on Shore Aquatic Center after school childcare project performance of the as a part of the closeout of the grant. The purpose of the public hearing is to give the public an opportunity to discuss the project performance. Enclosed with this memo is a letter from the Shore Metro Park District Executive Director, Steven D. Burke, describing the success of the after school childcare program and project. Funding Overview: The grant award amount was $745,044. The City cont ributed an additional $4,956 of unobligated City CDBG Program funds in support of the project. Enclosed: Letter from Shore Metro Park District on Project Performance (dated September 9, 2021) Summary: The City, and the sub-recipient Shore Metro Park District (formally known as the William Shore Pool District), received a 2018 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) General Purpose Grant for the construction of an after school childcare facility. The grant was funded by Washington State’s 2018 CDBG allocation from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and administered by the Washington State Department of Commerce. Funding: The grant award amount was $745,044. The City contributed an additional $4,956 of unobligated City CDBG Program funds in support of the project. Recommendation: 1) Conduct the final public hearing on the project performance of the Shore Aquatic Center After School Childcare program and 2) Authorize the City’s CDBG Responsible Official (Director of Community and Economic Development) to sign closeout documents. F - 1September 21, 2021 Shore Metro Park District 225 E 5th St. Port Angeles, WA 98362 – Tel. 360-417-9767 www.williamshorepool.org 9-9-2021 RE: CDBG Contract Close out – Shore Aquatic Center Child Care Center Public Hearing on Performance – The Shore Metro Park District worked in partnership with the City of Port Angeles to expand the capacity of our child care programs for low to moderate income families as part of our larger Aquatic Center Expansion project located at 225 E. 5th St., Port Angeles, WA. The CDBG grant allowed us to expand capacity to allow over 75 children into our program and created over 3,000 sqft of dedicated space to include two bathrooms, kitchen and a playground. The activities performed under this grant included the demolition of an old locker room and construction of the new space. The results of the grant have exceeded our expectations as our programs are full and we have over 39 low to moderate income families attending our programs. The City of Port Angeles was instrumental in getting us the grant and administering the grant process throughout the project. We hope the City can continue to help out other organizations by using the State’s CDBG grant programs. Sincerely Steven D. Burke Executive Director Shore Metro Park District F - 2September 21, 2021 Date: September 21, 2021 To: City Council From: Nathan A. West, City Manager Sarina Carrizosa, Finance Director Subject: Proposed Adjustments to the 2022 - 2023 Electric, Stormwater and Solid Waste Utility Rates Background / Analysis: The Electric, Stormwater and Solid Waste utility rates will expire December 31, 2021. In 2019, the Utility Advisory Committee (UAC), Council and staff reviewed the Cost of Service (COSA) methodologies for each utility with the intent that these methodologies would be used for setting future utility rates. These methodologies were approved by Council the same year. Principles used when creating the COSA methodologies include the following: rates must be cost based, meet revenue requirements of the utility, be easy to administer, be just, reasonable, fair, equitable and affordable. The rates that are being presented utilize the principles and methodologies to determine true and fair costs associated with each utility and the associated customer classes. The following synopsis explains the changes to the rate structure for each utility based on the COSA process. Exact utility rates as compared to the current rates have been included as attachments to this memo for ease of review: Stormwater – Continues the Equivalent Residential Unit (ERU) calculation of 3,000 square feet per unit, with a phase out of the ERU cap from 15 to 25 as recommended by staff and the UAC. This recommendation differs from the 2019 approved methodology of a 30 ERU cap due to the significant impacts of this increase to a number of business. Roughly five businesses would see Summary: In 2019, the Utility Advisory Committee, City Council and staff reviewed and approved Cost of Service Methodologies for each utility with the intent that these methodologies would be used for setting future utility rates. Currently, utility rates for the Electric, Stormwater and Solid Waste utilities are scheduled to be re-evaluated in 2021 for the 2022 – 2023 years. Presented in this memo are the proposed 2022-23 rates for the Electric, Stormwater and Solid Waste utilities for Council’s consideration. These rates were calculated using the approved Cost of Service (COSA) methodologies. The Utility Advisory Committee (UAC) forwarded a favorable recommendation of the Staff recommended rates to Council at their September 14, 2021 meeting. Funding: The approval of the proposal presented will not increase expenditures, rather rate changes will generate the required revenue stream to meet budgeted expenditures and fund debt requirements. Rate changes differ by utility and are explained further in this memo and the corresponding attachments. Recommendation: The requested action for this issue is as follows: 1) Conduct the first reading of the 2022-23 proposed rate adjustment ordinances for the Electric, Stormwater and Solid Waste utilities; 2) Open the Public Hearing regarding the proposed 2022-23 rate changes; 3)Continue the Public Hearing to October 5, 2021. F - 3September 21, 2021 impacts greater than $10,000 and 40 commercial properties would have impacts of more than $1,000 per year. The recommended change to a 25 ERU cap lessens the total yearly impact to these businesses. The rates that are proposed include an increase in overall expected costs in the 2022 – 2023 Budget years due to increases expected from additional requirements and mandates at the State level. The proposed rates maintain discount options for low-income customers. Electric – The proposed rates include the continuation of the 10-year phase in approach to raise the base and lower usage rates for all customers with discount options for low-income residential customers. Due to savings that resulted from the early payoff of the 2010 Electric Revenue Bonds that occurred in 2020 there are no overall increases proposed to the Electric utility rates. The electric rates proposed do not change the methodology rather they allow a consistent change in rates over a period of time to keep increases at a minimum. The shifting of the base from variable is expected to be cost neutral. Solid Waste Collections and Transfer Station – The City continues to work toward early termination of the Waste Connections agreement. As part of the City’s commitment to provide savings for City Solid Waste customers careful consideration of the 2022 Solid Waste budget was included as part of the 2022 cost of service analysis. Due to expected savings that will result from the City providing Solid Waste services in the future Staff is recommending the Solid Waste Rates are held at the current level for 2022-2023. The attachments to this memo detail the proposed changes for each customer class as well as provide an example of customer usage ranges and the effect these proposed utility rate changes would have on each. The proposed rates are for two years, ending December 31, 2023, for the Electric, Stormwater and Solid Waste utilities. Additionally, at their September 14th meeting the Utility Advisory Committee forwarded a favorable recommendation of the proposed Electric, Stormwater and Solid Waste rates, including the Staff recommendation of changing the increase to the maximum billed Stormwater ERU’s to 25. Funding Overview: The approval of the proposal presented will not increase expenditures, rather rate changes will generate the required revenue stream to meet budgeted expenditures and fund debt requirements. Rate changes differ by utility and are explained further in this memo and the corresponding attachments. Attachments: 2022 – 2023 recommended utility rates for the Electric and Stormwater utilities. Examples of rate changes by customer class. Ordinances updating the City Code with the 2022 -2023 Electric and Stormwater rates. F - 4September 21, 2021 Cap at 25 3000 ERU, Cap at 15 Billing Volumes 2020/21 Rate 2022/23 Rate Difference Percent Residential 7,041 204.14 204.06 (0.08) -0.04% 35% Discount 73 132.69 132.64 (0.05) -0.04% 25% Discount 32 153.11 153.05 (0.06) -0.04% Commercial 5,845 200.85 203.03 2.18 1.09% Non Taxable 146 190.58 193.55 2.97 1.56% 13,137 STORMWATER UTILITY 3000 ERU, Cap at 25 Base Demand Energy Base Demand Energy Residential 8637 25.24 0.06945 29.17 0.06596 15.6% -5.0% Residential 35% Disc 284 16.40 0.04515 18.95 0.04288 15.5% -5.0% Residential 25% Disc 77 18.93 0.05209 21.87 0.04948 15.5% -5.0% Non Profit 1 Phase 35 30.17 0.05574 34.21 0.05486 13.4% -1.6% Non Profit 3 Phase 20 70.00 0.05718 75.99 0.05589 8.5% -2.3% General Service 1 Phase 976 31.90 0.06330 36.45 0.06095 14.2% -3.7% General Service 3 Phase 216 75.22 0.06650 83.31 0.06343 10.7% -4.6% GS Municipal 1 Phase 59 31.21 0.06945 35.02 0.06639 12.2% -4.4% GS Municipal 3 Phase 19 73.74 0.08268 80.19 0.07748 8.7% -6.3% GS Demand 1 Phase 41 66.27 4.462 0.05301 75.56 4.462 0.05257 14.0% -0.8% GS Demand 3 Phase 171 144.82 4.462 0.05245 151.93 4.462 0.05212 4.9% -0.6% GS Dem Municipal 1 Phase 3 69.76 4.462 0.05588 80.62 4.462 0.05536 15.6% -0.9% GS Dem Municipal 3 Phase 12 144.33 4.462 0.05212 151.07 4.462 0.05180 4.7% -0.6% General Service Primary 8 432.20 4.462 0.0511 518.75 4.462 0.05174 20.0% 1.4% Billing Volumes 2021 2022-23 Base Differenc Energy Difference ELECTRIC UTILITY F - 5September 21, 2021 2021 vs proposed Low Consumption - No discount Consumption Units Base/Tiered Rate Consumption Charges Total Monthly Charges Base/Tiered Rate Consumption Charges Total Monthly Charges Base/Tiered Rate Consumption Charges Total Monthly Charges Difference $ Electric 691 22.62 49.07 71.69 25.24 47.98 73.22 29.17 45.57 74.74 1.52 Medium Consumption Consumption Units Base/Tiered Rate Consumption Charges Total Monthly Charges Base/Tiered Rate Consumption Charges Total Monthly Charges Base/Tiered Rate Consumption Charges Total Monthly Charges Difference $ Electric 1,982 22.62 140.75 163.37 25.24 137.64 162.88 29.17 130.72 159.89 (2.99) High Consumption Consumption Units Base/Tiered Rate Consumption Charges Total Monthly Charges Base/Tiered Rate Consumption Charges Total Monthly Charges Base/Tiered Rate Consumption Charges Total Monthly Charges Difference $ Electric 4,522 22.62 321.16 343.78 25.24 314.06 339.30 29.17 298.28 327.45 (11.85) 35% Med - lower consumption Consumption Units Base/Tiered Rate Consumption Charges Total Monthly Charges Base/Tiered Rate Consumption Charges Total Monthly Charges Base/Tiered Rate Consumption Charges Total Monthly Charges Difference $ Electric 694 14.70 32.04 46.74 16.40 31.34 47.74 18.95 29.77 48.72 0.97 25% Med - higher consumption Consumption Units Base/Tiered Rate Consumption Charges Total Monthly Charges Base/Tiered Rate Consumption Charges Total Monthly Charges Base/Tiered Rate Consumption Charges Total Monthly Charges Difference $ Electric 2,765 16.97 147.24 164.21 18.93 144.00 162.93 21.87 136.79 158.66 (4.28) 2020 2022-2023 Proposed2021 ELECTRIC RATE EXAMPLES FOR RESIDENTIAL CUSTOMERS - 2020/2021 AS COMPARED TO 2022-2023 PROPOSED RATES & IMPACT OF FIXED VS VARIABLE 10 YEAR RATE PHASE-IN F - 6September 21, 2021 1 ORDINANCE NO. __________ AN ORDINANCE of the City of Port Angeles, Washington amending sections of Chapter 13.12 of the Port Angeles Municipal Code relating to electric utility rates. THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PORT ANGELES DO HEREBY ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Ordinance 2054 as amended, and Chapter 13.12 of the Port Angeles Municipal Code relating to electric utility rates are hereby amended by amending sections of Chapter 13.12 as follows: CHAPTER 13.12 ELECTRICITY—SERVICES AND CHARGES 13.12.010 General provisions applicable to all services. A. Any single motor of over ten horsepower, single phase; any single motor of over 20 horsepower, polyphase; any single electric load over 50 kVA; and welders and x-ray equipment shall not be placed in service without prior approval from the Public Works and Utilities Department. The Public Works and Utilities Department may require a customer to install reduced voltage motor starters or other mitigation if operation of customer equipment may interfere with the quality of service to other customers. B. When a request for residential service requires an extension or re-arrangement of distribution facilities to serve new loads or residential customers, or when a request for non-residential service requires a new transformer and/or an extension of distribution facilities to serve new loads or non-residential customers, the Public Works and Utilities Department will determine the amount of service extension costs, if any, and all applicable taxes to be paid by the customer prior to actual construction. Non-residential service extension costs shall include all design and construction labor, material, overhead, taxes, and transformer costs. Residential service extension costs do not include transformer material costs which are charged at the time of home construction accordance with PAMC 3.70.105, paragraphs (A) or (B). C. If a request for non-residential service is canceled in writing after the service extension costs determined in paragraph B., above, have been paid to the Public Works and Utilities Department, a refund may be issued to the original payer, less all service extension costs incurred by the City prior to cancellation. D. If a request for residential service is canceled in writing after the service extension costs determined in paragraph B. above have been paid, a refund may be issued to the original payer, less any actual construction costs incurred plus the cancellation fees in accordance with PAMC 3.70.105.J. F - 7September 21, 2021 2 E. It shall be the customer's responsibility to provide and clear at least a 20-foot access to within 150 feet of the metering point. F. All required rights-of-way and/or easements, properly executed, must be in the Public Works and Utilities Department's possession before construction is started. The Public Works and Utilities Department may require the customer to install and maintain poles, wires and/or other equipment on his property necessary to serve at a greater distance than 150 feet from the Public Works and Utilities Department's supply facilities to the customer's metering point. G. Any changes or re-arrangements of the Public Works and Utilities Department's facilities at the request of the customer will be done only if the customer pays all costs associated with the change or re-arrangement, including overhead and all applicable taxes. H. Metering shall be provided as specified by the Public Works and Utilities Department, which shall have the right to install such equipment as it finds necessary to determine any and all operating conditions. I. The Public Works and Utilities Department may meter accounts in accordance with 13.12.041, 13.12.060 and 13.12.073 PAMC as it finds necessary for real power (kW), real and reactive power (kVAR), or apparent power (kVA). Billing demand may be based on real power, real and reactive power including power factor adjustment, or apparent power in lieu of power factor adjustment. Accounts only metered for real power shall be assumed to have unity power factor. The City shall have the right to refuse or discontinue service to any customer not maintaining a power factor of at least 80 percent. J. North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) holidays. The following are NERC holidays: Memorial Day is the last Monday in May, Labor Day is the first Monday in September, and Thanksgiving Day is the fourth Thursday in November. New Year's Day, Independence Day, and Christmas Day, are predetermined dates each year. However, in the event that they fall on a Sunday, the NERC Holiday is the Monday immediately following that Sunday. If these days fall on a Saturday, the NERC Holiday remains on that Saturday. 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). 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 F - 8September 21, 2021 3 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). 13.12.021 Point of delivery. Except for meters installed pursuant to section 13.10.060, the customer shall be responsible for all electrical facilities beyond the point of delivery. The point of delivery shall be defined as: A. For an overhead service, the point of delivery is the splice at the weatherhead between the City overhead conductors and the customer's building wiring. B. For an underground service, the point of delivery is the secondary bushings of the pad- mounted transformer or service pedestal. C. The point of delivery is the primary meter for new services described in sections 13.12.043 and 13.12.060. The point of delivery for existing primary services established prior to 2008 shall be in accordance with City records. 13.12.025 Rate class assignment. The Director of Public Works and Utilities, or his designee, shall assign each customer to the electric rate class that most appropriately reflects the service provided to that customer. 13.12.030 Schedule R-03—Residential service. A. Applicability. This schedule applies throughout the City for domestic uses in single-family residences, individual apartments or farms. Separately metered services incidental to single family residential and farm service may be served under this schedule. B. Character of service. Sixty cycle, alternating current, 120/240 volts nominal, single phase service will be furnished under this schedule, supplied through a single meter and one point of delivery. C. Uniform rate effective January 1, 2020: 1. The non-discounted base charge is $22.62 per month. 2. The non-discounted energy charge is $0.07102 per kWh. 3. The 25% discount base charge is $16.97 per month. 4. The 25% discount energy charge $0.05326 per kWh. 5. The 35% discount base charge is $14.70 per month. 6. The 35% discount energy charge is $0.04616 per kWh. DC. Uniform rate effective January 1, 20212022: 1. The non-discounted base charge is $25.24$29.17 per month. F - 9September 21, 2021 4 2. The non-discounted energy charge is $0.06945$0.06596 per kWh. 3. The 25% discount base charge is $18.93$21.87 per month. 4. The 25% discount energy charge $0.05209$0.04948 per kWh. 5. The 35% discount base charge is $16.40$018.95 per month. 6. The 35% discount energy charge is $0.04515$0.04288 per kWh. 13.12.031 Reserved. Editor's note(s)—Ord. 3622 § 2, adopted July 2, 2019, deleted § 13.12.031 entitled "Schedule R- 03—Residential service time of use rate," which derived from: Ord. 3601 § 1, adopted Dec. 19, 2017; Ord. 3539 § 1, adopted Sept. 1, 2015; Ord. 3513 § 1, adopted Oct. 7, 2014; Ord. 3489 § 1, adopted Nov. 5, 2013; Ord. 3464 § 1, adopted Oct. 16, 2012; and Ord. 3452 § 1, adopted Apr. 17, 2012. 13.12.040 Schedule GS-03—General service. A. Applicability. This schedule applies to all accounts not covered by other rate schedules with the following types of service: 1. 120/208 or 120/240 volts, single or three phase, service panel of 400 amps or smaller. 2. 240/480 or 277/480 volts, three phase, service panel of 200 amps or smaller. 3. Municipal traffic signal and street lights. The base charges for municipal traffic signals and street lights includes maintenance of existing luminaries and controls by the Public Works and Utilities Department. 4. Municipal emergency management systems. The municipal emergency management system and City's security cameras base charge shall apply to systems with a normal operating load of 150 watts or less, which shall not be required to be metered. 5. Cable television system and other communications systems, single phase power supplies in accordance with Section 10.2 of Ordinance No. 3116. 6. Pole attachment fees. City-owned unmetered security camera system and wireless access points shall be exempt from PAMC 13.14.040. B. Character of service. Sixty-cycle, alternating current at such phase and voltage as the City may have available will be furnished under this schedule, applied through a single meter and one point of delivery. C. Uniform rate effective January 1, 2020: 1. Base charge: a. Single phase $28.87 per month. b. Three phase $69.83 per month. c. Municipal traffic signal $258.31 per month. F - 10September 21, 2021 5 d. Municipal street light $186.01 per month. e. Municipal emergency management system $39.25 per month. f. City's unmetered security camera system $4.07 per month. g. Municipal single phase $28.67 per month. h. Municipal three phase $69.44 per month. i. Federal single phase $28.57 per month. j. Federal three phase $69.10 per month. 2. Energy usage charge per kWh, per the list below: a. Single phase $0.06487 per kWh. b. Three phase $0.06855 per kWh. c. Municipal single phase $0.07150 per kWh. d. Municipal three phase $0.08615 per kWh. e. Municipal street light and traffic signals $0.07150 per kWh. f. Federal single phase $0.06419 per kWh. g. Federal three phase $0.06720 per kWh. DC. Uniform rate effective January 1, 202122: 1. Base charge: a. Single phase $31.90$36.45 per month. b. Three phase $75.22$83.31 per month. c. Municipal traffic signal $285.41$326.06 per month. d. Municipal street light $205.53$234.81 per month. e. Municipal emergency management system $43.37$49.55 per month. f. City's unmetered security camera system $4.50$5.15 per month. g. Municipal single phase $31.20$35.02 per month. h. Municipal three phase $73.74$80.19 per month. i. Federal single phase $31.57$36.07 per month. j. Federal three phase $74.43$82.43 per month. 2. Energy usage charge per kWh, per the list below: a. Single phase $0.06330$0.06095 per kWh. b. Three phase $0.06650$0.06343 per kWh. c. Municipal single phase $0.06945$0.06639 per kWh. d. Municipal three phase $0.08268$0.07748 per kWh. F - 11September 21, 2021 6 e. Municipal street light and traffic signals $0.06945$0.06370 per kWh. f. Federal single phase $0.06264 $$0.06040 per kWh. g. Federal three phase $0.06519$0.06230 per kWh. 13.12.0401 Reserved. Editor's note(s)—Ord. 3622 § 2, adopted July 2, 2019, deleted § 13.12.0401 entitled "Schedule GS-03—General service time of use rate," which derived from: Ord. 3601 § 1, adopted Dec. 19, 2017; Ord. 3539 § 1, adopted Sept. 1, 2015; Ord. 3513 § 1, adopted Oct. 7, 2014; Ord. 3489 § 1, adopted Nov. 5, 2013; Ord. 3464 § 1, adopted Oct. 16, 2012; and Ord. 3452 § 1, Apr. 7, 2012. 13.12.041 Schedule GD-03—General service demand. A. Applicability. This schedule applies to all not covered by other rate schedules with the following types of service: 1. 120/208 or 120/240 volts, single or three phase, service panel larger than 400 amps. 2. 240/280 or 277/480 volts, three phase service panel larger than 200 amps. B. Character of service. Sixty cycle, alternating current at such phase and voltage as the City may have available will be furnished under this schedule, applied through a single meter and one point of delivery. C. Uniform rate effective January 1, 2020: 1. Base charge: a. Single phase $60.08 per month. b. Three phase $140.08 per month. c. Municipal single phase $62.52 per month. d. Municipal three phase $139.84 per month. e. Federal single phase $59.45 per month. f. Federal three phase $138.61 per month. 2. Energy usage charge per kWh per the list below: a. Single phase $0.05313 per kWh. b. Three phase $0.05245 per kWh. c. Municipal single phase $0.05664per kWh. d. Municipal three phase $0.05211 per kWh. e. Federal single phase $0.05257 per kWh. f. Federal three phase $0.05142 per kWh. F - 12September 21, 2021 7 3. Billing demand: a. Billing demand for each month shall be based on kVA (apparent power). b. Demand usage charge: $4.174 4.462 per kVA of billing demand. DC. Uniform rate effective January 1, 202122: 1. Base charge: a. Single phase $66.27$75.56 per month. b. Three phase $144.82$151.93 per month. c. Municipal single phase $69.76$80.62 per month. d. Municipal three phase $144.33$151.07 per month. e. Federal single phase $65.58$74.78 per month. f. Federal three phase $143.30$150.34 per month. 2. Energy usage charge per kWh per the list below: a. Single phase $0.5301$0.05257 per kWh. b. Three phase $0.05245$0.05212 per kWh. c. Municipal single phase $0.05588$0.05536 per kWh. d. Municipal three phase $0.05212$0.05180 per kWh. e. Federal single phase $0.05245$0.05227 per kWh. f. Federal three phase $0.05142$0.05140 per kWh. 3. Billing demand: a. Billing demand for each month shall be based on kVA (apparent power). b. Demand usage charge: $4.462 per kVA. 13.12.0411 Reserved. Editor's note(s)—Ord. 3622 § 2, adopted July 2, 2019, deleted § 13.12.0411 entitled "Schedule GD-03—General service demand time of use rate," which derived from: Ord. 3601 § 1, adopted Dec. 19, 2017; Ord. 3539 § 1, adopted Sept. 1, 2015; Ord. 3513 § 1, adopted Oct. 7, 2014; Ord. 3489 § 1, adopted Nov. 5, 2013; Ord. 3464 § 1, adopted Oct. 16, 2012; and Ord. 3452 § 1, adopted Apr. 17, 2012. 13.12.042 Schedule NP-03—Nonprofit. A. Applicability. This schedule applies to all nonprofit tax-deductible organizations. F - 13September 21, 2021 8 B. Character of service. Sixty cycle, alternating current at such phase and voltage as the City may have available will be furnished under this schedule, applied through a single meter and one point of delivery. C. Uniform rate effective January 1, 2020: 1. Base charge: a. Single phase $27.48 per month. b. Three phase $66.01 per month. 2. Energy usage charge: single phase $0.05586 per kWh, three phase $0.05813per kWh. DC. Uniform rate effective January 1, 202122: 1. Base charge: a. Single phase $30.17$34.21 per month. b. Three phase $70.00$75.99 per month. 2. Energy usage charge: single phase $0.5574$0.05486 per kWh, three phase $0.05718$0.05589 per kWh. 13.12.0421 Reserved. Editor's note(s)—Ord. 3622 § 2, adopted July 2, 2019, deleted § 13.12.0421 entitled "Schedule NP-03—Nonprofit—Time of use rate," which derived from: Ord. 3601 § 1, adopted Dec. 19, 2017; Ord. 3539 § 1, adopted Sept. 1, 2015; Ord. 3513 § 1, adopted Oct. 7, 2014; Ord. 3489 § 1, adopted Nov. 5, 2013; Ord. 3464 § 1, adopted Oct. 16, 2012; and Ord. 3452 § 1, adopted Apr. 17, 2012. 13.12.043 Schedule GD-04—General service demand—Primary metered. A. Applicability. This schedule applies to all accounts not covered by other rate schedules with the following types of service: 1. 120/208 or 120/240 volts, single or three phase, service panel larger than 400 amps. 2. 240/480 or 277/480 volts, three phase service panel larger than 200 amps. 3. When electric current is measured at primary voltage and delivery to the customer is at secondary voltage. B. Character of service. Sixty cycle, alternating current at such phase and voltage as the City may have available will be furnished under this schedule, applied through a single meter and one point of delivery. C. Uniform rate effective January 1, 2020: 1. Base charge: a. Single phase $59.42 per month. F - 14September 21, 2021 9 b. Three phase $158.98 per month. 2. Energy usage charge: $.05204 per kWh. 3. Billing demand: a. Billing demand for each month shall be based on kVA (apparent power). b. Demand usage charge: $4.174 per kVA of billing demand. DC. Uniform rate effective January 1, 202122: 1. Base charge: a. Single phase $72.06$91.02 per month. b. Three phase $192.79$243.51 per month. 2. Energy usage charge: $0.05100$0.0495 per kWh. 3. Billing demand: a. Billing demand for each month shall be based on kVA (apparent power). b. Demand usage charge: $4.462 per kVA of billing demand. 13.12.044 Reserved. Editor's note(s)—Ord. 3622 § 2, adopted July 2, 2019, deleted § 13.12.044 entitled "Schedule GD- 04—General service demand—Primary metered—Time of use rate," which derived from: Ord. 3601 § 1, adopted Dec. 19, 2017; Ord. 3539 § 1, adopted Sept. 1, 2015; Ord. 3489 § 1, adopted Nov. 5, 2013; Ord. 3464 § 1, adopted Oct. 16, 2012; and Ord. 3452 § 1, adopted Apr. 17, 2012. 13.12.060 Schedule PS-03—Primary service—Customer owned. A. Applicability. This schedule applies to all accounts which own and operate a primary voltage distribution system. B. Character of service. Service to be furnished under this schedule is unregulated three phase, 60 cycle, alternating current at primary voltage, 12.5 KV nominal. Service under this schedule shall be provided and metered at the point(s) of interconnection of the distribution facilities of the customer and the City. C. Rates under this schedule do not recover the City's cost of maintenance and repair work on the load side of the meter. Customer payment to the City in addition to the rates under this schedule is required for any and all maintenance and repair work performed on City equipment on the load side of the meter, including but not limited to, repair and/or replacement of all City owned facilities. These include but are not limited to cables, terminations and transformers. D. Uniform rate effective January 1, 2020: 1. Base charge: $381.85 per month. F - 15September 21, 2021 10 2. Energy usage charge: a. All billings between June 1 and August 31: $0.03520 per kWh. b. All billings between September 1 and May 31: $0.0577 per kWh. 3. Billing demand: a. Billing demand for each month shall be based on kVA (apparent power). b. Demand usage charge: $4.174 per kVA of billing demand. 4. Federal rates: a. Base charge: $377.84 per month. b. Energy usage charge: $0.05146 per kWh. c. Billing demand: Shall be per 13.12.060.D.3. ED. Uniform rate effective January 1, 202122: 1. Base charge: $432.20$518.75 per month. 2. Energy usage charge: a. All billings between June 1 and August 31: $0.0346$0.0351 per kWh. b. All billings between September 1 and May 31: $0.0566$0.0574 per kWh. 3. Billing demand: a. Billing demand for each month shall be based on kVA (apparent power). b. Demand usage charge: $4.462 per kVA of billing demand. 4. Federal rates: a. Base charge: $427.66$502.39 per month. b. Energy usage charge: $0.05051$0.04912 per kWh. c. Billing demand: Shall be per 13.12.060.E.3. 13.12.061 Reserved. Editor's note(s)—Ord. 3622 § 2, adopted July 2, 2019, deleted § 13.12.061 entitled "Schedule PS- 03—Primary service customer owned—Time of use rate," which derived from: Ord. 3601 § 1, adopted Dec. 19, 2017; Ord. 3539 § 1, adopted Sept. 1, 2015; Ord. 3489 § 1, adopted Nov. 5, 2013; Ord. 3464 § 1, adopted Oct. 16, 2012; and Ord. 3452 § 1, adopted Apr. 17, 2012. 13.12.065 Schedule PS-04—Primary service—City owned. A. Applicability. This schedule applies to all accounts where the City owns and operates a primary voltage distribution system when electric current is measured at primary voltage and delivery to the customer is at secondary voltage. F - 16September 21, 2021 11 B. Character of service. Service to be furnished under this schedule is unregulated three phase, 60 cycle, alternating current at primary voltage, 12.5 KV nominal. C. Uniform rate effective January 1, 2020: 1. Base charge: $381.85 per month. 2. Energy usage charge: a. All billings between June 1 and August 31: $0.0352 per kWh. b. All billings between September 1 and May 31: $0.0577 per kWh. 3. Billing demand: a. Billing demand for each month shall be based on kVA (apparent power). b. Demand usage charge: $4.174 per kVA of billing demand. 4. Federal rates: a. Base charge: $377.84 per month. b. Energy usage charge: $0.05146 per kWh. c. Billing demand: Shall be per 13.12.065.C.3. DC. Uniform rate effective January 1, 202122: 1. Base charge: $432.20$518.75 per month. 2. Energy usage charge: a. All billings between June 1 and August 31: $0.0346$0.0351 per kWh. b. All billings between September 1 and May 31: $0.0566$0.0574 per kWh. 3. Billing demand: a. Billing demand for each month shall be based on kVA (apparent power). b. Demand usage charge: $4.462 per kVA of billing demand. 4. Federal rates: a. Base charge: $427.66$502.39 per month. b. Energy usage charge: $0.05051$0.04912 per kWh. c. Billing demand: Shall be per 13.12.065.E.3. 13.12.066 Reserved. Editor's note(s)—Ord. 3622 § 2, adopted July 2, 2019, deleted § 13.12.066 entitled "Schedule PS- 04—Primary service—City owned—Time of use rate," which derived from: Ord. 3539 § 1, adopted Sept. 1, 2015; Ord. 3489 § 1, adopted Nov. 5, 2013; and Ord. 3464 § 1, adopted Oct. 16, 2012. F - 17September 21, 2021 12 13.12.071 Schedule IT-11—Industrial transmission. A. Applicability. This schedule applies to all accounts where power is taken at transmission voltage. B. Character of service. Service to be furnished under this schedule is unregulated three-phase 60 cycle, alternating current at transmission voltage, 69 KV nominal. C. Point of delivery. Service under this schedule shall be provided and measured where the customer's facilities interconnect with the facilities of the City and the Bonneville Power Administration. D. Service policy. Service under this schedule is subject to the customer service policies of the City. E. Rate and charges. The rates and charges for service hereunder is the sum of the amounts determined in accordance with sections 2 through 11 for each month. 1. Definitions: Initially capitalized words used herein have the meaning set forth in the BPA agreement, the Tiered Rate Methodology, or as defined below: "BPA" means the Bonneville Power Administration. "BPA Agreement" means the agreement between the City and BPA, dated December 1, 2008, Contract No. 09PB-13093, as amended from time to time. "CHWM" means the City's Contract High Water Mark. "Customer" means the person or entity that purchases power from the City, using the service governed by this section. "Customer" may hereafter be abbreviated as "Cu." "Customer facility" means facilities or premises owned by the customer and served by power purchased pursuant to this section. "Demand" means the amount of energy delivered to the customer at the point of delivery (as measured in whole kilowatts) integrated over the 60-minute period during the City's CSP. For purposes of such calculation, the 60-minute periods shall begin at the beginning of each whole hour and run for 60 consecutive minutes until the end of such whole hour. "Network agreement" means the agreement between the City and the BPA, dated September 20, 2006, Contract No. 0TX-124433, as amended from time to time. "RHWM" means the City's Rate Period High Water Mark. "Tiered Rate Methodology" means BPA's policy for calculating wholesale power rates, adopted in the Administrator's Final Record of Decision issued in September, 2009, and as amended from time to time. 2. Elements for calculating rates and charges: A. Cu CHWM. Customer will have a CHWM amount ("Cu CHWM") of 53.351 aMW. From October 1, 2019 through September 30, 2020 the customer will have a rate period high water mark (RHWM) of 1.7 aMW. F - 18September 21, 2021 13 B. Cu CDQ. Customer will have the following monthly CDQs ("Cu CDQ"): as follows: January 14,760 kW July 14,238 kW February 11,974 kW August 15,113 kW March 14,913 kW September 13,541 kW April 14,913 kW October 19,262 kW May 22,190 kW November 14,423 kW June 13,546 kW December 7,366 kW 3. Customer charge. The customer charge (Cu CO) is the portion of the City's customer charges for a month to be paid by customer. The Cu CC each month shall be calculated by the following formula: Cu CC = [CuCHWM ÷ CHWM] × CMCC Where: Cu CHWM is the amount set out in section 2.A., above. CHWM is 86.755 aMW. CMCC is the City's customer charge for the month. No credit on the Cu CC will be given or paid for using electricity in amounts less than the Cu CHWM. 4. Demand charges for service. The customer demand charge (Cu DC) is the demand charges for a month to be paid by customer. The Cu DC each month shall be calculated by the following formula: Cu DC = [(Cu CSP − Cu AHLH) − Cu CDQ] × DR Where: Cu CSP is the demand of the customer facility (in kilowatts) during the City's CSP in each month. Cu CDQ is the amount set out in section 2. above. Cu AHLH is the average of the customer facility's actual hourly Tier 1 loads during the HLH in each month in kilowatts. DR is the demand rate charged to the City. No credit will be given or paid for using demand in amounts less than the Cu CDQ. 5. Load shaping charges and credits. F - 19September 21, 2021 14 The customer load shaping charge (Cu LSC) is the load shaping charges for a month to be paid by customer. The Cu LSC each month shall be calculated by the following formula: Cu LSC = (Cu AL - Cu SSL) × LSR Where: Cu LSC is the net of the load shaping charges and credits for a month apportioned to customer, with customer paying net load shaping charges to the City, and the City paying net load shaping credits to customer, less an amount calculated by the City using the load shaping adjustment true-up rate. Cu AL is customer's monthly HLH and LLH loads. Cu SSL is customer's shaped system load as set out below. LSR is the load shaping rate applicable to HLH and LLH periods. HLH SSL 13.12.071 Schedule IT-11 Industrial Transmission FY 2020 SSL Allocations FY 2020 IT HLH SSL kWh FY 2020 IT LLH SSL kWh October 2019 642,550 October 2019 343,423 November 2019 785,258 November 2019 467,235 December 2019 768,408 December 2019 468,960 January 2020 648,212 January 2020 383,209 February 2020 589,493 February 2020 344,868 March 2020 660,814 March 2020 378,492 April 2020 532,475 April 2020 313,729 May 2020 740,569 May 2020 400,664 June 2020 945,036 June 2020 511,099 July 2020 785,887 July 2020 355,769 August 2020 761,853 August 2020 349,892 September 2020 639,202 September 2020 358,909 * Based on Bonneville Power Administration's BP 20 Record of Decision 6. Additional charges: In addition to the charges calculated above, customer shall pay to the City each month all costs, charges, surcharges, adjustment charges and penalties, and conditions incurred by the City and attributable to customer, including but not limited to those applicable under the BPA agreement, the TRM, BPA rate schedules and general rate schedule provisions, network agreement, tariffs, and general rate schedule provisions. F - 20September 21, 2021 15 7. Other charges: Beginning on January 1, 2020, the customer will pay to the City a basic charge of $4,700.00 per month and an IT monthly network services charge (including telecommunications tax) of $300.00. 8. Transmission charges: The monthly wholesale transmission cost to the City based on the metered energy and demand associated with providing service hereunder. 9. Taxes: An amount calculated to recover the actual tax obligation of the electric utility and City for State public utilities tax and City public utility tax and any other applicable taxes. In addition, customer shall pay each month any and all Federal, State, local and City taxes as may be levied, imposed or due, which arise from, or in connection with the provision of electric service to customer pursuant to this ordinance. 10. Calculation of utility taxes: The customer shall pay to the City each month the amount necessary to fully satisfy the City's obligation for State and local utility taxes. For utility tax purposes, the gross income from the customer shall be the sum of subsections 3 through 9 above, plus the amount necessary to satisfy the City's obligation for State and local utility taxes. 11. Rates and charges for service: The City has no obligation to provide service to the customer facility in excess of Cu CHWM and its Cu CDQ. If the customer facility takes service in excess of its Cu CHWM and/or its Cu CDQ, customer will pay the City all costs, charges, surcharges and penalties attributable to such service. 12. If the City pays or receives a load shaping charge true-up adjustment charge or credit in any fiscal year, then a pro-rata portion of such charge or credit will be apportioned to customer as determined by the City, plus an amount calculated by the City using the load shaping adjustment true-up rate. 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 June 1, 2019: 1. Lighting owned by the Public Works and Utilities Department: a. Forty watts/4,100 lumens or less: $12.43 per month. F - 21September 21, 2021 16 b. More than 40 watts/4,100 lumens, but 70 watts/7,500 lumens or less: $17.94 per month. c. More than 70 watts/7,500 lumens, but 110 watts/12,500 lumens or less: $19.96 per month. d. More than 110 watts/12,500 lumens: $23.16 per month. 2. Existing lighting which remains owned by the customer: a. Forty watts/4,100 lumens or less: $9.94 per month. b. More than 40 watts/4,100 lumens, but 70 watts/7,500 lumens or less: $14.37 per month. c. More than 70 watts/7,500 lumens, but 110 watts/12,500 lumens or less: $15.95 per month. d. More than 110 watts/12,500 lumens: $18.50 per month. 13.12.073 Schedule MW-03—Municipal water pumping. A. Applicability. This schedule applies to municipal water pumping facilities where the connected load is greater than 500 kVA. B. Restrictions. Timers approved by the Public Works and Utilities Department shall be installed to prevent pumping during restricted hours as determined by the Public Works and Utilities Department. C. Character of service. Service to be furnished under this schedule is three phase, 60 cycle, alternating current at such phase and voltage as the City may have available will be furnished under this schedule, applied through a single meter and one point of delivery. D. Time of use rate for bills effective after January 1, 2020: 1. Basic charge: $71.31 per month. 2. Energy usage charge between June 1 and August 31, shall be $0.0343 per kWh during high load hours, and $0.0181 per kWh during low load hours. 3. Energy usage charge between September 1 and May 31, shall be $0.0579 per kWh during high load hours, and $0.0278 per kWh during low load hours. 4. Billing demand: a. Billing demand for each month shall be based on the maximum hour of kVA (apparent power) during heavy load hours. b. All other months and hours: $3.42 per kVA. ED. Time of use rate for bills effective after January 1, 202122: 1. Basic charge: $75.28$81.24 per month. 2. Energy usage charge between June 1 and August 31, shall be $0.0343$0.0342 per kWh during high load hours and $0.0181 per kWh during low load hours. F - 22September 21, 2021 17 3. Energy usage charge between September 1 and May 31, shall be $0.0578 per kWh during high load hours and $0.0277 per kWh during low load hours. 4. Billing demand: a. Billing demand for each month shall be based on the maximum hour of kVA (apparent power) during heavy load hours. b. All other months and hours: $3.66$4.02 per kVA. 13.12.075 Reserved. Editor's note(s)—Ord. 3539 § 1, adopted Sept. 1, 2015, deleted § 13.12.075 entitled "Schedule MW-03—Municipal water pumping—Time of use rate", which derived from: Ord. 3513 § 1, 10/7/2014; Ord. 3489 § 1, 11/5/2013; Ord. 3464 § 1, 10/16/2012, eff. 1/7/2013; and Ord. 3452 § 1, 4/17/2012. 13.12.090 New or expanded loads. A. Definitions. For purposes of this section, the following definitions apply: "New load" means a general service demand or primary service account that is first connected to the electrical distribution system after December 31, 2012 and that is equal to or exceeds two MW. "Expanded load" means a general service demand or primary service account previously connected to the electric distribution system that is increased in an amount equal to or exceeding one aMW when compared to the customer's monthly energy and demand consumption in the same calendar month in calendar year 2011. A new load can also have an expanded load component subject to this section. B. Applicability. Subject to the exclusions stated in the following two paragraphs, this section applies to all new loads and all expanded loads. This section is intended to establish rates only for sales of Tier 2 power. The rates established in this section do not apply to the extent Tier 1 power is available to serve all or a portion of the new load or expanded load. This section does not apply to loads designated by the City or the Bonneville Power Administration as new large single loads as defined by the Bonneville Power Administration in their new large single load policy document, dated April 2001. This section also does not apply to loads that are served under section 13.12.071 of Title 13 of the Port Angeles Municipal Code. Except as provided in paragraph C.2. below, sections 13.12.041, 13.12.043, and 13.12.060 do not apply to new loads and do not apply to the portion of any load that is an expanded load. C. New loads. After December 31, 2012, a new load shall be charged the following rates and charges based on the energy and demand usage for each month as measured by the account meter. F - 23September 21, 2021 18 1. Uniform rate. New loads will be charged the cost of generation and transmission services incurred for such service by the City from the Bonneville Power Administration under the priority firm public rate. Tier 2 charges, including without limitation the charges for unanticipated load service as defined in the BPA Administrator's record of decision for the BP-12 Rate Adjustment Proceeding and the 2012 Power Rate Schedules and General Rate Schedule Provisions (FY 2012-2013). The City in its sole discretion shall have the right to determine what Tier 2 rate alternatives it procures from the Bonneville Power Administration. 2. Basic charge. A basic charge in accordance with sections 13.12.041, 13.12.043 or 13.12.060 of this chapter shall apply to new loads. 3. Distribution charge. A distribution charge determined by multiplying 0.40 times the sum of subsections C.1., C.2. shall apply to new loads. D. Expanded loads. After December 31, 2012, any customer with an expanded load shall be charged on the expanded load the following rates and charges based on the energy and demand usage for each month as measured by the account meter: 1. Uniform rate. The customer's monthly energy and demand consumption in excess of its energy and demand consumption in the same calendar month in calendar year 2011 will be charged the cost of generation and transmission services incurred for such service by the City from the Bonneville Power Administration under the Priority Firm Public Rate, Tier 2 charges, including without limitation the charges for unanticipated load service. The City in its sole discretion shall have the right to determine what Tier 2 rate alternatives it procures from the Bonneville Power Administration. The customer's monthly energy and demand consumption that is equal to or less than its energy and demand consumption in the same calendar month in calendar year 2011 shall be charged as determined by the Director in accordance with sections 13.12.041, 13.12.043 or 13.12.060 of this chapter. E. Other applicable charges and adjustments. The following charges and adjustments shall be applied to any new load or any expanded load served under this schedule: 1. Diurnally differentiated rate. If the City can procure power from the Bonneville Power Administration under the Priority Firm Public Rate, Tier 2 charges, with deliveries differentiated diurnally, the City may in its sole discretion offer service hereunder that is diurnally differentiated. 2. Adjustments to rate. The City may reduce the rate applicable to a new load and/or an expanded load under this schedule, as a part of the annual budget process or at such other time as the City deems appropriate, if the City determines in its sole discretion, by use of a cost of service analysis or other accepted econometric methods, that the economic impact within the City of the new load and/or expanded load will generate additional revenues for the City such that an adjustment to the rate applicable to a new load and/or an expanded load under this schedule will not increase result in shifting service costs to other City electric customers. F - 24September 21, 2021 19 3. Transmission charges. The monthly wholesale transmission costs to the City, including energy, demand and any other charges incurred by the City to provide service to an account for a new load or an expanded load under this schedule. 4. Charges and credits. Any other wholesale generation or transmission charges or credits accrued by the City to provide service to a new load or an expanded load under this schedule. 5. Taxes. An amount calculated to recover the actual tax obligation of the Electric Utility and City for State Public Utilities tax and City Public Utility tax and any other applicable taxes. Editor's note(s)—Formerly codified as § 13.12.074, which was renumbered by Ord. 3539 . 13.12.100 Contract sales and purchases. A. The Director of the Public Works and Utilities Department shall have the authority to enter into special contracts covering electric power service, purchases, and sales, at rates other than specified in this chapter, to meet specific operating conditions, provided that such rates recover the cost of providing the service, and provided that the City Manager, Mayor and Council members of the Utility Advisory Committee are notified, and provided that such contracts have a term of no more than 90 days before formal adoption by the City Council. B. The Director of the Public Works and Utilities Department shall have the authority to enter into the following contracts, provided that such contracts do not exceed a term of five years: 1. Guaranteed annual revenue contracts designed to repay capital outlay and service costs. 2. Facilities construction contracts for contributions in aid of construction and for revenues from jobbing and contract work as follows: a. As a condition of construction of Public Works and Utilities Department electrical facilities, including, but not limited to, substations, meter extensions, distribution systems, and services to provide permanent service to any new construction, development, mobile home park or facility, the owner or developer requesting such service may be assessed a facilities charge. b. The facilities charge shall be equal to 50 percent of the estimated cost of the system, if the estimated cost is over $5,000.00 as estimated by the Engineering Division of the Public Works and Utilities Department. c. This facilities charge shall not apply to local improvement districts, or to Federal, State, County or local government entities; provided that the government provides a purchase order for billing. d. The actual cost of the system may include the cost of using or providing substation capacity, if any, for the system. e. Prior to construction of any such electrical facilities, the amount of such facilities charges shall be estimated by the Engineering Division of the Public Works and Utilities Department, and such estimated amount shall be billed to and paid by the F - 25September 21, 2021 20 developer or owner prior to commencement of any such construction. Any balance remaining shall be refunded to or collected from the developer or other, as the case may be, upon completion of construction and determination of the actual cost thereof. Any balance remaining shall be collected before any reimbursements are given. 3. Frontage and lot reimbursement contracts for customers where facilities are installed in the dedicated public street and customers have donated public right-of-way and paid for construction of the facilities. 4. Contracts with the Washington State Department of Transportation designed to recover the City's cost of traffic signal maintenance services for state owned facilities. C. The City Manager is authorized to enter into contracts for the sale and purchase of energy and demand, subject to the following conditions: 1) the value of the purchase or sale is less than $100,000.00; 2) the duration of the contract is 31 days or less; 3) the City Manager reports to the City Council the details of the contract at the first regular City Council meeting that follows formation of the contract; and 4) such contract is expected to provide economic or operational benefits to the City's electric customers. Editor's note(s)—Formerly codified as § 13.12.080, which was renumbered by Ord. 3539 . 13.12.110 Electrical work permits and fees. The fees for electrical inspections performed by the City pursuant to state statute and City ordinance shall be in accordance with Chapter 3.70 PAMC, which may be amended from time to time. Editor's note(s)—Formerly codified as § 13.12.100, which was renumbered by Ord. 3539. 13.12.120 Contract and administration charge. A contract and administration charge, in the amount set forth in Chapter 3.70 PAMC, shall be charged to any person or entity proposing a power generating project that would be integrated with the City's electrical distribution system. This fee shall be for the purpose of compensating the City for the costs of negotiating and preparing contracts and accomplishing the necessary engineering for integrating the project into the City's system and shall be collected before such costs are incurred. Editor's note(s)—Formerly codified as § 13.12.110, which was renumbered by Ord. 3539 . 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. F - 26September 21, 2021 21 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 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 ____________, 2021. _______________________ Kate Dexter, Mayor APPROVED AS TO FORM: _____________________________ William E. Bloor, City Attorney ATTEST: _____________________________ Kari Martinez-Bailey, City Clerk F - 27September 21, 2021 1 ORDINANCE NO. __________ AN ORDINANCE of the City of Port Angeles, Washington amending sections of Chapter 13.63 of the Port Angeles Municipal Code relating to stormwater-utility and regulations. THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PORT ANGELES DO HEREBY ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Ordinance 3367 as amended, and Chapter 13.63 of the Port Angeles Municipal Code relating to stormwater-utility and regulations are hereby amended by amending sections of Chapter 13.63 as follows: CHAPTER 13.63 - STORMWATER—UTILITY AND REGULATIONS . . . 13.63.090 Annual charge. A. The owners of all real property in the City containing impervious surfaces shall pay a monthly stormwater utility charge at the rate as set forth in this section. B. Single-family and duplex residential fees. 1. Effective January 1, 20202, the annual stormwater utility charge for each non- discounted single-family and duplex residential property shall be $204.14204.06. 2. Effective January 1, 20202, the annual stormwater utility charge for single-family and duplex residential property for those qualifying for discounts per section 13.20 PAMC shall be $153.11153.05 for 25% discount eligible and $132.69132.64 for 35% discount eligible. C. The annual stormwater utility charge for all commercial/multiple property shall be calculated by dividing the total impervious area in square feet by 3,000 square feet, times the rate of $200.85203.03. The minimum annual fee for acommercial/multiple property shall be not less than the annual fee rate of $200.85203.03 and the maximum annual fee shall be not more than 1525 times that rate. D. The annual stormwater utility charge for all non-taxable federal property shall be calculated by dividing the total impervious area in square feet by 3,000 square feet, times the rate of $190.58193.55. The minimum annual fee for a non-taxable federal property shall not be less than the annual fee rate of $190.58193.55 and the maximum monthly fee shall be not more than 1525 times that rate. E. City streets, State highways, private streets with storm and surface facilities in place meeting City standards, and other public or private owned properties or portions thereof having their F - 28September 21, 2021 2 own NPDES permitted storm and surface water runoff facilities which do not discharge to City facilities shall be exempt from the monthly charges set forth in this section. Editor's note(s)—Formerly entitled "Monthly charge", which was rename as herein set out above by Ord. 3635 . 13.63.100 Rate adjustment. A. Stormwater rebates may be issued for retrofit, new development or redevelopment projects that meet the following conditions: 1. Overall project with less than 5,000 square feet of new or replaced hard surfaces, and implements two or more of the following: a. Permeable pavement; b. Compost amended soils per BMP T5.13 in all disturbed area not covered by new improvements; c. Rain gardens. 2. LID facilities and best management practices (BMPs) listed in subsection A.1 above, must be designed and maintained in accordance with the Department of Ecology's SWMMWW (2014). 3. Stormwater rebates as available funding allows include the following: a. Permeable pavement - $1.00 per square foot towards materials, up to a maximum rebate of $1,000.00 per household or business. b. Compost amended soils - Voucher for ten cubic yards of Garden Glory compost. c. Rain gardens - Rebate for materials to install a rain garden, up to a maximum rebate of $1,000.00, per household or business. B. Stormwater rebates may be issued for retrofit, new development, or redevelopment project that meet the following conditions: 1. Overall project is less than the minimum requirement #5 threshold (see Chapter 5 of the City of Port Angeles Urban Service Standards and Guidelines) or is a retrofit project that implements a rain garden. 2. Rain gardens must be designed and maintained in accordance with the Department of Ecology's SWMMWW (2014). 3. Stormwater rebates as available funding allows include a rebate for materials to install a rain garden, up to a maximum rebate of $1,000.00, per household or business. C. A property owner may request a rate adjustment to the monthly charge set forth in PAMC 13.63.100, only if the property contains no hard surfaces or if the property owner disagrees with the City's calculations of the rate, or the amount of hard surface area used by the City in calculating the rate, under PAMC 13.63.100.C. A request for an adjustment shall be submitted in writing to the Director of Public Works and Utilities. If the property contains no F - 29September 21, 2021 3 hard surfaces, the rate shall be adjusted to zero. If the City's calculations or amount of hard surfaces under PAMC 13.63.100.C is incorrect, the rate shall be adjusted accordingly. Approved adjustments will be applied prospectively except that reimbursement for overcharges paid by the property owner will be made by the City for the year during which the adjustment is requested and for the prior year. D. Any person aggrieved by a decision of the Director of Public Works and Utilities relating to a request for a rate adjustment authorized by PAMC 13.63.110 may appeal the Director's decision to the City Manager within 30 days of the date of the Director's decision. The City Manager's decision shall be final. 13.63.110 Billing and payment. Stormwater utility fees shall be billed annually by Clallam County on behalf of the City in conjunction with the County's property tax bill. Discounts for low-income senior citizens and disabled citizens will be applied in accordance with Chapter 13.20 PAMC. Stormwater utility fees billed pursuant to this section shall be due and payable semi-annually on the same dates each year that the County's property tax bill is due and payable and shall be delinquent if not paid by the due date. All delinquent accounts billed pursuant to this section will be subject to penalty charges the same as those imposed for delinquent property taxes. 13.63.120 Remedies for failure to pay stormwater service fees. A. Termination of water service. The Director of Public Works and Utilities or designee is authorized to terminate water service to any property owner, unless said water service is received by a residential tenant, who fails to pay the stormwater utility service fees imposed by this chapter. Termination of such water service shall not limit other remedies available to the City. B. Lien for delinquent charges—Interest. Pursuant to RCW 35.67.200 et seq. The City shall have a lien for delinquent and unpaid stormwater charges. A stormwater lien shall be effective for one year without the necessity of any writing or recording of the lien with the County Auditor. Enforcement and foreclosure of any stormwater lien shall be in the manner provided by state law. Interest on the unpaid balance shall be eight percent per annum or such rate as may hereafter be authorized by law. C. Other remedies. The City shall have all other legally available remedies for enforcing and collecting delinquent and unpaid stormwater charges. . . . . 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, F - 30September 21, 2021 4 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. 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 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 ___________, 2021. _______________________ Kate Dexter, Mayor APPROVED AS TO FORM: _____________________________ William E. Bloor, City Attorney ATTEST: _____________________________ Kari Martinez-Bailey, City Clerk F - 31September 21, 2021 c� p 0 - � � N W W Z o Mp O - w r � N W w V o - Q Q Q o N � pb N W � O � u WCL = a� x N re VOS _ E 0 oc J ►� O N QuQ m � CL a� W � J a W lY�iyWi^.r.f DN I113S 3-mu J11n un £ZOZ - ZZOZ N z ti 0 Q 0 U Q 3 a� u � � o V O N V � � N O cn w cz cz czW 0.0 LLU 0 W � � oc c �: j� s E 'Ip Z •,� a 0 :v a D � (% W (O W W = Ilk, 11111, Ilk, 11111 Ilk, V J O a DN I113S 3-mu J11n un £ZOZ - ZZOZ z ti ..J cz cz - L L L L W cz cz J � � N M cz I I L N N W � o 0 N 0 0 U I cz cz - LL LL rq CD rq -v -v W o •� o ocz _ LL 0 (j 0 0 N ' _0 .— L. L. L. N W .) CL C _ w O C: -0 - N 0— O cz — _ GC W o L — — Lu L. 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Since that time City Council has discussed this funding in detail during several regular Council meetings including at the July 6th, July 20th, August 17th and September 7th meetings. Additionally, during the August 17th meeting Council approved a resolution allowing spending for temporary positions for a City Hall Attendant, a Project Manager and a Communications/Records Specialist as well as funding for various housing related activities. At the September 7th meeting staff received direction from Council to prepare a resolution designating funding for Pandemic Expense Reimbursement, Past Due Utility Bill Relief, Public Meetings Technology, ERP/Software Needs, and funding to Black Ball Ferry as a specific trade in the travel and tourism industry. A resolution has been prepared and attached to this memo with staff’s recommendation for approval of this resolution. Additionally, in recognition of the importance of current housing needs staff has continued to consider Summary: In June of 2021, the City was informed that we would be receiving $5,646,884 from the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA). Since that time City Council has discussed this funding in detail during several regular Council meetings including at the July 6th, July 20th, August 17th and September 7th meetings. Additionally, during the August 17th meeting Council approved a resolution allowing spending for temporary positions for a City Hall Attendant, a Project Manager and a Communications/Records Specialist as well as funding for various housing related activities. During the September 7th meeting staff received direction from Council to prepare a resolution designating funding for Pandemic Expense Reimbursement, Past Due Utility Bill Relief, Public Meetings Technology, ERP/Software Needs, and funding to Black Ball Ferry as a specific trade in the travel and tourism industry. Additionally, staff is recommending Council authorize an additional housing sub-contribution from the allocation previously approved for housing to Habitat for Humanity in the amount of $100,000 in support of maintaining existing housing inventory. Funding: All recommendations will be funded from the $5,646,884 received from the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA). Recommendation: Staff requests that Council: 1) Pass the resolution for the use of ARPA funds for Pandemic Expense Reimbursement, Past Due Utility Bill Relief, Public Meetings Technology, ERP/Software Needs, and funding to Black Ball Ferry as a specific trade in the travel and tourism industry. 2) Authorize an additional housing sub-contribution to Habitat for Humanity in the amount of $100,000, from the previously allocated $1,000,000 for housing, for maintaining and retaining current housing options. H - 1September 21, 2021 various options that will provide immediate solutions to this crisis. Habitat for Humanity provides programmed services that retain and preserve current housing by performing needed maintenance and repairs to properties to provide acceptable housing options. A primary important focus will be aging in place preservation of housing; however, additional details and scope will be outlined in an ARPA agreement. Once agreement negotiations are complete staff will bring back the agreement for Council approval. Staff is recommending $100,000 of the remaining $187,500 available from the previous $1,000,000 ARPA allocation be authorized as a sub-contribution for this program. An additional ARPA funding consideration will be introduced at an upcoming October Council meeting. Currently our local childcare providers continue to struggle under pandemic related circumstances. The situation is exacerbated for some by the fact that the 2021 Legislative Funding support left our license exempt childcare providers including Boys and Girls Club and Shore Aquatic Center ineligible. Our community continues to be highly challenged with childcare needs. Staff is requesting Council pass the Resolution approving the use of ARPA funds for Pandemic Expense Reimbursement, Past Due Utility Bill Relief, Public Meetings Technology, ERP/Software Needs, and funding to Black Ball Ferry as a specific trade in the travel and tourism industry and authorize a sub- contribution to Habitat for Humanity in the amount of $100,000. The table below outlines total estimated costs for all recommendations on the use of ARPA funding and has been updated to show the funding that is included in the resolution attached to this memo and well as the remaining amount available for consideration. Further discussion with Council on the remaining $3,000,000 in ARPA funding available to the City will occur at a future Council meeting. The City must obligate funds for spending prior to December 31, 2024 and fully expend all funds prior to December 31, 2026 and therefore has time for further consideration and discussion of this funding. It is necessary to obligate these funds to ensure the City will be able to implement and plan for the recommended services as soon as possible and to comply with the guidance on the funding uses. Funding Overview: All recommendations will be funded from the $5,646,884 received as a result of the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA). A chart with total costs and recommended items is also included below: H - 2September 21, 2021 Recommended program/expense Total Estimated Cost Strategic Plan Issue of Critical Importance (ICI) Previously allocated expenses for temporary positions and housing related items $1,613,000 ICI #1 – Housing; ICI #3 – Capacity Items Included in the Resolution Support for Black Ball Ferry $500,000 ICI #3 – Capacity and ICI#4 – High Performing Relationships Pandemic expense reimbursement $100,000 ICI #3 – Capacity Past Due Utility Bill Relief $250,000 ICI #1 – Housing and ICI #3 – Capacity Public Meetings Technology $50,000 ICI #3 – Capacity ERP/Software Needs $133,900 ICI #3 – Capacity Subtotal of items in the resolution $1,033,900 Funding Available for further Council Consideration including any potential support for the City Hall, Senior Center and Fire Hall HVAC Upgrade and Childcare $3,000,000 TBD Total ARPA Funding $5,646,900 H - 3September 21, 2021 1 RESOLUTION NO. A RESOLUTION of the City Council of the City of Port Angeles, Washington, approving funding from the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) for reimbursement to the City for pandemic related expenses incurred in responding to COVID, past due utility bill relief for businesses and residents, funding for technology for hybrid public meetings, replacement of the Enterprise Software Resource System, and pandemic relief to the Black Ball Ferry. WHEREAS, the Office of Financial Management (OFM) notified the City that it will be receiving $5,646,884 from in American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding; and WHEREAS, Staff compiled eligible ARPA funding options and presented recommendations in a July 6th, 2021 Memorandum to Council; and WHEREAS, during the July 6, 2021, July 20, 2021 and August 17, 2021 City Council meetings a discussion was held on the utilization of ARPA funding; and WHEREAS, during the September 7, 2021 City Council meeting, Council discussed in detail several other items recommended by Staff for this funding; and WHEREAS, during the September 7, 2021 meeting, Council agreed that the projects identified below are significant to the City and qualify for ARPA funding and that they should be approved for funding; and WHEREAS, Council agreed that other funding authorization could be considered and approved at later meetings, NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Port Angeles, Washington: That funding for reimbursement for pandemic related expenses incurred in responding to COVID in amount not to exceed $100,000 hereby is approved and authorized; and That funding for past due utility bill relief for businesses and residents in amount not to exceed $250,000 hereby is approved and authorized; and That funding for technology for hybrid public meetings to provide options for safe participation in public processes in amount not to exceed $50,000 hereby is approved and authorized with any remaining funds to be utilized for COVID related broadband needs as contemplated in the City’s Capital Facilities Plan Broadband Study; and H - 4September 21, 2021 2 That funding for replacement of the Enterprise Software Resource System to enhance the community’s ability to conduct business and safely interact with the City in amount not to exceed $133,900 hereby is approved and authorized; and That funding be given to the Black Ball Ferry to provide pandemic relief to a specific trade in the travel and tourism industry in an amount not to exceed $500,000. AND, IT IS FURTHER RESOLVED that for all the funding approved above, the City Manager is authorized to negotiate such details, conditions, contract amendments, subrecipient agreements, and other terms as appropriate to carry out the funding authorized above. AND, IT IS FURTHER RESOLVED that Council will continue discussion on remaining ARPA funding including the consideration of upgrades to the HVAC system for City Hall, Vern Burton, the Senior Center, and the Fire Department as well as COVID related childcare needs. PASSED by the City Council of the City of Port Angeles at a regular meeting of said Council held on the 21st day of September 2021. _______________________________ Kate Dexter, Mayor ATTEST: _______________________________ Kari Martinez-Bailey, City Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: _______________________________ William E. Bloor, City Attorney H - 5September 21, 2021 Date: September 21, 2021 To: City Council From: Nathan A. West, City Manager Subject: 2022 Legislative Priorities Background / Analysis: In 2021 City Council established legislative priorities which were utilized throughout the year to share with State and Federal legislators. The 2021 State Legislative Priorities have been attached to this memorandum. In anticipation of the State legislative session beginning in January, staff is recommending that Council begin to discuss priorities for 2022. Staff recommends the following approaches to the legislative priorities briefing paper: •Keep asks of the legislature to non-monetary items or smaller financial requests •Continue to keep the number of primary asks to five or less •Maintain housing as the number one focal point of the City priorities •Continue to support AWC Priorities (attached to this memorandum) •Incorporate a thank you for all of the legislative assistance in 2021 In review of the City’s 2021 Legislative Priorities, additional work continues to be required in all three priority areas. Limited progress was made on progressive tax reform and the less monetary focused legislative session presents an opportunity for non-monetary bills and changes. Additionally our local housing and homeless crisis in Port Angeles continues and additional legislative support is needed. The Childcare industry too has never faced more challenges than it does today. Finally, multiple elements of Police reform legislation passed in 2021 need refining. Below are some detailed legislative considerations for discussion: Housing •Review and consider recommending legislative changes to the Rapid Capital Housing Acquisition Funding opportunity to ensure grant success of small jurisdictions or rural communities. Summary: In anticipation of the upcoming State legislative session in January, staff recommends that Council review and update legislative priorities for 2022. In recognition of the upcoming elections, the 2022 Legislative Priorities page will be held open to reassess after November. Funding: N/A Recommendation: Discuss State legislative priorities and provide direction to staff on changes for 2022. September 21, 2021 I - 1 •Consider requesting a budget supplemental to more adequately fund this program. •Make a legislative change that reduces the frequency of building code updates. These updates continue to add to the cost of housing and the frequency does not allow for small communities to keep up with these changes. •Request a legislative change to slow the frequency of 5-year updates to the City’s NPDES Phase II Permit. Each update has resulted in additional layers of requirements that add to local housing costs and costs to City operations that correlate to housing affordability. Childcare •Licensed exempt care providers were not included as eligible in 2021 legislation. Legislation needs to be amended to ensure larger Port Angeles providers including the Boys & Girls Club of the Olympic Peninsula and Shore Aquatic Center are eligible for these important funding opportunities. •Childcare providers are faced with higher operations costs including the need to increase staffing and wage levels. Funding support is necessary for these providers to successfully navigate the pandemic and changing childcare climate. Police Reform Update / Refinement / Improvements: •HB 1310: Amend language to allow law enforcement to take someone into custody and use physical force as appropriate under HB 1310 in circumstances consistent with the Involuntary Treatment Act and Adult Protective Custody. •HB 1054: Amend language to ensure that 37 mm and 40 mm “sponge round” rifles and both patrol and non-lethal shotguns are removed from the list of prohibited weapons. HB 1054 as written is in conflict with HB 1310 (which mandate we have available and use less lethal weapons). •HB 1054: Amend language to allow police pursuits in wider circumstances (i.e. all crimes of violence, whenever safe to do so, etc.). Replace “and” with “or” in each of the sections. •Support AWC and WCIA in their continued opposition to the removal of qualified immunity for law enforcement and the continued AWC opposition to mandated community oversight boards for law enforcement agencies. Based on Council feedback staff will draft a 2022 Legislative Priorities one-page paper to be presented to Council for their review prior to January 2022. A Tier 2 page can also be updated. In recognition of the upcoming elections, the 2022 Legislative Priorities page will be held open to reassess after November. 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We also need flexibility to tackle dated infrastructure within the City right of way. • AWC Legislative Priorities – These were presented at the October 21st Council meeting. • Black Ball Ferry Line Support – Black Ball Ferry line is part of our City infrastructure and a substantial economic driver of our local economy. Black Ball has yet to fit the mold of any relief package to date. With the ferry providing passengers across the American – Canadian border, this business needs federal support to survive this unprecedented time. • Delay of 2018 Building Code Adoption - adopting a 2018 code in 2021 when they are already working on the 2021 code doesn’t make any sense – it only creates confusion and is a burden to municipalities who want to have their staff trained accordingly – 2018 code should be incorporated into 2021 code and adoption should occur in July 2022 • Ennis Creek Fish Barrier Removal Grant – For years the City has applied for Salmon Recovery Funding Board grant approval to remove barriers on Ennis Creek. • Tax Increment Financing – This has been a legislative issue for years that could enhance opportunities for development in Downtown Port Angeles. • Washington State Ferries – The Washington State Ferry system has recently shared that it needs to reduce ferry service schedules and or routes. The connectivity to the Olympic Peninsula through the State ferry system is a critical element of our local economy. The City of Port Townsend and others on the peninsula plan to establish this as a legislative priorities to ensure the protection of the Port Townsend and Kinston ferry routes. • Stormwater Grants – Just two weeks ago Council approved a contract for over $295,806 for requirements associated with out National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Phase II permit. Every time this permit is renewed additional layers of requirements are added costing the City hundreds of thousands of dollars annually. Only some of these dollars are reimbursed by State grants. Previously the City has priorities pushing back on new requirements, however, do date this has received no traction with our legislative representatives. Staff recommends that we instead push for additional stormwater related grant funding. September 21, 2021 I - 4 AWC 2022 City Legislative Priorities AWC’s Legislative Priorities Committee met over the summer and recently wrapped up its work to recommend a set of 2022 legislative priorities for the AWC Board’s consideration. We are grateful for the time and commitment of the city officials who served on the committee. The Board will consider the committee’s recommendations at its September 24 meeting and take final action to adopt 2022 priorities. The Legislative Priorities Committee considered more than two dozen issues. It ultimately recommended three as 2022 priorities, along with a host of issues deemed significant (one step down from priority), and several others as endorse/support issues. The prioritization process is always challenging, as there are many revolving legislative issues that are important to cities. The three recommended priorities are as follows: Transportation package Support a new transportation revenue package that emphasizes maintenance/preservation funding and provides an equitable level of local funding while seeking additional long-term, sustainable revenue options for cities. Basic infrastructure funding Seek enhanced appropriation of flexible state and federal dollars through programs like the Public Works Assistance Account that help cities finance basic infrastructure, like drinking water and wastewater. Transportation Benefit Districts (TBD) funding authority Support expanded local authority for TBDs to allow for continued use of the sales tax funding tool beyond the current time limitations. The committee recommends the following issues as significant, along with several others:  Blake decision – Advocate for direct funding for cities to administer diversion programs related to misdemeanor drug possession cases handled by city law enforcement and now adjudicated in municipal courts, as well as Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) services, therapeutic courts, and a diversion tracking database.  Law enforcement use of force – Support clarification of the civil standards for use of force requirements so law enforcement can better understand the state requirements and know when they can use force September 21, 2021 I - 5 to intervene in a situation, including a mental health crisis where a crime is not being committed.  Open Public Meetings Act – Support a permanent policy that allows greater flexibility for local governments to hold virtual meetings without a physical location during an emergency.  Revenue options – Support efforts to review and revise both state and local tax structures so they rely less on regressive revenue options. Changes to the state tax structure should not negatively impact cities’ revenue authority.  Property tax – Revise the property tax cap to tie it to inflation and population growth factors so that local elected officials can adjust the local property tax rate to better serve their communities. We will share the final list of priorities and significant issues, as adopted by the AWC Board of Directors, in the October edition of the Legislative Bulletin. https://wacities.org/news/2021/09/11/fall-brings-into-focus-three-recommended-2022-city- legislative-priorities September 21, 2021 I - 6 Agenda Item 3.1 Review of Recommendations and Vote on 2022 Priorities Discussion: The Committee will be asked to finalize and vote on issue prioritization recommendations for proposal to the full AWC Board. To help facilitate the Committee’s discussion and voting, AWC staff have compiled policy position recommendations based on committee discussion, preliminary ranking surveys, and follow-up research. Staff have based the recommendations on AWC’s understanding of cities’ needs, the Committee’s previous discussions and survey input, and the current political environment. Committee members will have an opportunity to suggest and vote on changes to this slate of recommendations and will then vote to forward a completed package to the AWC Board. Priority issues 1.Transportation package Support a new transportation revenue package, with an emphasis on maintenance/preservation funding, that provides an equitable level of local funding while seeking additional long-term, sustainable revenue options for cities. 2.Basic infrastructure funding Seek enhanced appropriation of flexible state and federal dollars in programs like the Public Works Assistance Account that help cities finance basic infrastructure like drinking and wastewater. 3.Transportation Benefit Districts (TBD) Funding authority Support expanded local authority for TBDs to allow for continued use of the sales tax funding tool beyond the current time limitations. Significant issues 4.Blake decision Advocate for direct funding for cities to administer diversion programs related to misdemeanor drug possession cases handled by city law enforcement and now adjudicated in municipal courts, as well as Medically Assisted Treatment (MAT) services, therapeutic courts, and a diversion tracking database. 5.Culverts Seek state resources to correct locally owned culverts as a part of the state’s overall resolution to the culvert injunction. 6.Community oversight boards Support local control over city law enforcement policies to meet the needs of each community, while opposing a mandate that cities require oversight boards that impinge on existing local elected authority and create additional costs.DraftSeptember 21, 2021 I - 7 7. Growth Management Act (GMA) Engage in the GMA reform conversation and look to secure dedicated planning funding in recognition of potential new responsibilities in areas that cities can support. 8. Property tax cap Revise the property tax cap, tying it to inflation and population growth factors, so that local elected officials may adjust the local property tax rate to better serve their communities. 9. Law enforcement use of force Support clarification of the civil standards for use of force requirements so law enforcement can better understand the state requirements and know when they can use force to intervene in a situation including a mental health crisis where a crime is not being committed. 10. Employer liability for actions caused by law enforcement Oppose HB 1202 as written, while working to adopt amendments to limit city liability and financial impacts of litigation. 11. Homeless individuals living in state-owned rights of way Support funding for WSDOT to bring on staff to support homeless individuals in WSDOT rights of way. 12. Rapid acquisition of housing Support additional funding for rapid acquisition of housing and land for housing. 13. *Zoning mandates Actively defend against preemption of local land use authority, but support policies that help cities provide more equitable access to housing in our cities. 14. *Open Public Meetings Act Support a permanent policy that allows greater flexibility for local governments to hold virtual meetings without a physical location during an emergency. 15. *Public Records Act (PRA) Update the PRA to reduce the impact of abusive and costly public records requests and litigation that hamper public records management and access by the public. 16. *Independent prosecutions Support legislation to create an independent prosecution process for law enforcement officers who face criminal charges for unlawful use of lethal force. 17. *Revenue options Support efforts to review and revise both state and local tax structures such that they rely less on regressive revenue options. Changes to the state tax structure should not negatively impact cities’ revenue authority. Endorse/Support issues DraftSeptember 21, 2021 I - 8 18. Broadband Support policies and funding that provide greater access and equity for broadband infrastructure and services. 19. State infrastructure bank Support the creation of a state-sponsored financing cooperative option that focuses on low interest (less than market rate) public infrastructure financing. 20. Infrastructure asset management Support additional infrastructure asset management as part of the larger infrastructure funding policy. 21. *Net ecological gain Support efforts to make progress on incorporating ecological improvement over time into environmental regulations rather than no net loss, while also defending against legal exposure and unfunded mandates. 22. *Local elections Support policies that preserve local control and input regarding the administration of local elections. 23. *Body worn cameras and dash cameras (a) Support local efforts to implement use of body cameras and dash cameras as a tool to increase transparency during law enforcement interactions with members of the public. 24. *Lowest responsible bidder Seek additional flexibility around selection of bids for municipal contracts, when the lowest bidder may not be the best selection. 25. *Utility arrearages Seek state funding to help support the continuation of utility services and avoid the risk of rate increases due to utility arrearages accrued by customers during the pandemic. 26. *Law enforcement training Pursue funding for the Criminal Justice Training Commission training application to allow law enforcement to receive training via personal devices, thus reducing travel costs while expediting receipt of information. 27. *Creosote piling removal Enhance funding for creosote piling removal to support city restoration efforts. 28. *Audits Work to streamline auditing process when multiple agencies audit a city. Monitor issues 29. Urban Growth Area (UGA) expansion Work for new authority and means to expand UGAs in responsible situations. DraftSeptember 21, 2021 I - 9 30. Tribal consent Monitor proposals to institute a requirement for free, prior, and informed consent of Native American Tribes for city actions that impact tribal resources. 31. Construction workforce Work for new opportunities to support workforce development in construction industry, including through apprenticeship utilization. 32. Expanded alcohol service Support our downtown businesses by ensuring restaurants can continue expanded alcohol service without overly burdensome LCB regulation. *This issue received votes for priority and significant issue status, but further research indicated it is likely an isolated situation in the Vancouver area. Strongly defend against 33. *Body worn cameras and dash cameras (b) Oppose mandates that require use of body or dash cameras without local input and without state investments to pay the costs of acquiring cameras and storing and preserving footage. Address Public Records Act implications. Action Requested: Motion to approve the identified priorities and issue characterization and to forward to AWC Board of Directors for adoption. Attachment: Polling results from the July 15 Legislative Priorities Committee meeting. DraftSeptember 21, 2021 I - 10 Date: To: From: Subject: September 21, 2021 City Council Nathan A. West, City Manager Allyson Brekke, Community and Economic Development Director Sarina Carrizosa, Finance Director Peninsula Behavioral Health Rapid Housing Funding Background / Analysis: As shared during the July 20th Council meeting, the Mayor, City Manager and Director of Community and Economic Development met with County representatives and area housing entities to discuss City and County related American Rescue Plan Act contributions to housing. The housing entities were tasked with evaluating priority projects and recommending those for funding. The top project identified was to pursue a Peninsula Behavioral Health (PBH) purchase of the All View Motel for supportive housing needs. The project is intended to provide housing through the conversion of the local All View Motel to residential use. On August 17, 2021 City Council authorized a grant match from American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) in support of a Peninsula Behavioral Health grant application to Washington State Department of Commerce (Commerce). The application was for Rapid Housing Acquisition Funding for which Commerce is administering two rounds of funding. The grant requires local governments to provide a match. The required local match is $675,000 with $337,500 being provided from the City and County respectively. PBH received notice on September 1st that they did not receive funding in the first round of applications. On September 2nd City staff shared in an email to City Council that the grant application was not approved and that additional funding will need to be explored relative to this project. Additional funding Summary: On August 17, 2021 City Council authorized a $337,500 grant match in support of a Peninsula Behavioral Health (PBH) grant application to Washington State Department of Commerce (Commerce). The grant is intended to provide housing through the conversion of the local All View Motel. Commerce is administering two rounds of funding for rapid housing acquisition. PBH received notice on September 1st that they did not receive funding in the first round of applications. The closing date for property purchase comes before the second round of grants is awarded and as such an additional $800,000 is necessary for the project to be successful with a $400,000 City of Port Angeles contribution request from Peninsula Behavioral Health. Funding: Funds are available in the Housing Rehabilitation Fund (Fund 172) from both housing sales tax 1/10th of 1% and Community Development Block Grant income. Staff is recommending that this additional need of $400,000 be provided by Fund 172 with the commitment that if successful the Commerce grant will reimburse this contribution. A grant match of $337,500 was already provided through City ARPA funds. With this additional contribution the total contribution would be $737,500 ($400,000 of which is intended to be reimbursed). Recommendation: Approve and authorize an allocation of $400,000 from Housing Fund 172 to Peninsula Behavioral Health and direct staff to negotiate a three-party agreement between the City of Port Angeles, Clallam County and Peninsula Behavioral Health in support of this housing opportunity. September 21, 2021 I - 11 is required because the closing date for property purchase comes before the second round of grants is awarded. This results in an additional $800,000 being contributed from local governments. Based on prior contributions, $400,000 of that need would be provided by the City of Port Angeles subject to Council approval. Clallam County plans to consider a similar amount at their worksession on September 20th. Peninsula Behavioral Health has already committed to over $525,000 of the required funding for the project in addition to long-term operations. Peninsula Housing Authority has also committed to administrative support for the project. Commerce has provided written assurance that these funds are reimbursable upon successful award of a second-round grant. Commerce has also committed to working with PBH to assist them with this application. The grant request is for $2M and Commerce has available $27M dedicated to rural communities only for the Rapid Housing Assistance Program. In the round one process only $4M in requests were received for the rural allocation and no projects were funded. The chances of success for the application are very good, however, there is still an element of risk to PBH, Clallam County and the City. Staff feels that some risk will be required in order for us to resolve our current housing crisis. Our hope is that the grant is successful and that Commerce will completely reimburse the $800,000 contribution from the City and County. If for any reason the grant is unsuccessful staff recommends that Council consider reimbursing the City’s Housing Rehabilitation fund 172 with ARPA dollars. At this time it is recommended that Council also keep in reserve $400,000 of ARPA funding until a final grant decision is received from Commerce on the second round of grants. Following the September 21st Council meeting this will be shown on future ARPA Council memos if the recommended action is supported by Council. The PBH project is instrumental in the City’s goal to add additional housing units within the City. More specifically it fulfills the urgency for utilization and restoration of our existing building stock. The project also meets several of the City’s Housing Action Plan and Strategic Plan goals, including but not limited to: • City Housing Action Plan Task 2: Allow and encourage the use of innovative housing products and designs measures in increasing the number of housing units • Strategic Plan Issue of Critical Importance #1 – Housing and Homelessness • Strategic Plan Issue of Critical Importance #4 – High Performing Relationships Staff is recommending that Council approve and authorize an additional allocation of $400,000 from Housing Fund 172 to Peninsula Behavioral Health and direct staff to negotiate a three-party agreement between the City of Port Angeles Clallam County and Peninsula Behavioral Health in support of this housing opportunity. Funding: Funds are available in the Housing Rehabilitation Fund (Fund 172) from both housing sales tax 1/10th of 1% and Community Development Block Grant income. Staff is recommending that this additional need of $400,000 be provided by Fund 172 with the commitment that if successful the Commerce grant will reimburse this contribution. A grant match of $337,500 was already provided through City ARPA funds. With this additional contribution the total contribution would be $737,500 ($400,000 of which is intended to be re-imbursed). September 21, 2021 I - 12 Date: September 21, 2021 To: City Council From: Thomas Hunter, Director of Public Works & Utilities Subject: Bilateral Transfer of Energy Conservation Funds Background / Analysis: In September 2009, the City entered into the Energy Conservation Agreement (ECA) with Bonneville Power Administration (BPA). The Agreement provides funding for energy efficiency programs through the wholesale rates BPA charges all utilities. An analysis shows an anticipated $50,000.00 in unused BPA ECA budget for the 2020-2021 rate period. Under the terms of the ECA there are two options for the unused budget; 1) the City submits a budget revision request to BPA and surrenders the unused budget allowing other utilities to use the additional money, or 2) the City enters into a bilateral transfer with another BPA utility customer. Under the bilateral transfer, the City will transfer unused funds for FY2021 to an identified utility, and the partner agency will agree to transfer the same amount back to Port Angeles for use during the FY 2022- 2023 budget period. This allows the City to not lose any ECA funds. With the assistance of the BPA, staff identified Jefferson County PUD as the partner agency for the mutual bilateral transfer of $50,000.00 to accommodate the implementation of energy efficiency measures. This is in exchange for a bilateral transfer of $50,000.00 to the City in budget year 2022-2023. The City Legal Department has reviewed and approved the bi-lateral agreement. The City Council previously approved a similar bilateral agreement in 2019. Funding Overview: The mutual bilateral transfers allow the City to effectively move the $50,000.00 of unused funds to the next rate period’s budget (2022-2023) resulting in zero net loss of Energy Conservation Agreement (ECA) funds for the City. Summary: The purpose of this memo to receive City Council approval to enter into an agreement for the bilateral transfer of energy conservation funds with Jefferson County PUD. The City estimates there will be approximately $50,000.00 in unused Bonneville Power Administration (BPA) funds in the energy conservation budget at the end of the 2021 rate period. The mutual bilateral transfer with Jefferson County PUD is a mechanism to preserve those funds for future use. Funding: The mutual bilateral transfer allows the City to effectively move the $50,000.00 of unused funds to the next rate period’s budget (2022-2023) resulting in zero net loss of Energy Conservation Agreement (ECA) funds for the City. Recommendation: Approve the attached mutual bilateral transfer agreement with Jefferson County PUD in an amount of $50,000.00 and authorize the City Manager to execute the agreement and to make minor modifications to the agreement as needed. September 21, 2021 I - 13 INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN JEFFERSON COUNTY PUBLIC UTILITY DISTRICT AND CITY OF PORT ANGELES FOR SHARING OF ELECTRIC SYSTEM RELATED SERVICES THIS INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT (the "Agreement") is made this day of September, 2021, between Jefferson County Public Utility District, a Washington public utility district (hereinafter "Jefferson PUD"), and the City of Port Angeles, a non-charter code city and municipal corporation of the State of Washington (hereinafter "City"). Jefferson PUD and the City are jointly referred to herein as (the "Parties") and individually as ("Party"). WHEREAS, Jefferson PUD and the City are authorized to engage in the provision of electric energy supply and services to wholesale and retail customers; and WHEREAS, Jefferson PUD and the City are authorized to construct and operate facilities necessary to generate, transmit, and/or distribute electric energy within their respective service areas; and WHEREAS, the Parties have a common interest in sharing resources, when feasible, for the cost- effective delivery of electric energy related services to their respective customers; and WHEREAS, the Parties are both power supply and transmission customers of the Bonneville Power Administration; and WHEREAS, it is in the public interest for the Parties as public entities to work in a cooperative manner; and WHEREAS, the Parties desire to enter into this Agreement under the terms and conditions of Chapter 39.34 RCW (entitled the Interlocal Cooperation Act); NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual covenants contained herein, Jefferson PUD and the City agree as follows: 1.0 PURPOSE. The purpose of this Agreement is to establish procedures whereby the Parties can combine, share, and use their respective skills and assets, thereby expediting their respective receipt and delivery of electric energy and related services to customers within their respective service areas. The cooperative efforts enabled by this Agreement are intended to reduce the cost of electric system planning, construction, and operation over what would otherwise be achieved if the Parties acted independently. Further, this Agreement enables a sharing of benefits available to each Party as a wholesale customer of the Bonneville Power Administration ("BPA"). September 21, 2021 I - 14 2.0 DECISIONS. All decisions under this Agreement shall be by consensus of the Parties, subject to the financial, technical, and legal limitations of both Parties. In the event that the Parties are unable to agree upon a means of undertaking any proposed action pursuant to this Agreement, then either Party shall have the unilateral right to reject such means, without contributing additional time or other resources to the further negotiation thereof. 3.0 GENERAL SCOPE OF SERVICES. The services to be provided under this Agreement are limited in scope to the transfer from either Party to the other of a portion of either Party’s BPA conservation budget, also referred to as the EEI budget. Such budget is determined by BPA through a rate setting process and allocated among each of BPA's power supply customers for each two-year BPA power rate period. The allocated budget is available to customers to reimburse them for a portion of the cost of qualifying conservation (i.e. energy efficiency) programs and projects customers implement. 3.1 EXHIBIT A- TRANSFERS Any transfer of BPA conservation funds as agreed to by the Parties shall be as described on Exhibit A, attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference. Any revision to the transfer amount and/or conditions on such transfers shall be by amendment to Exhibit A. 4.0 COMPENSATION FOR SERVICES. For the scope of services described above, there is no compensation by either Party to the other. 5.0 TERM. This Agreement shall commence as of the date entered in the above first paragraph of this Agreement and shall continue until day 30 of the month of September 2023 unless either Party terminates this agreement by providing written notice to the other Party, not less than 30 days prior to the date such party desires the termination of the Agreement to become effective. Either Party may require that the terms and conditions of this Agreement be re-negotiated by providing written notice to the other Party, not less than 30 days prior to the date such party desires the modification to the Agreement to become effective. A notice of renegotiation shall not be a notice of termination; however, nothing prevents a party from delivering both a notice of renegotiation and a notice of termination. If the Agreement is terminated, in accordance with the provisions of this section 5, then the Parties agree to negotiate in good faith to unwind the obligations entered into under this Agreement. If the Parties cannot agree to a resolution of the obligations entered into within ninety days of the termination date of this Agreement, then the Parties agree to submit to binding arbitration, as set forth in Section 9.7 below. 6.0 CONTACT PERSONS. The following persons, referred to as Contact Person(s), are responsible for the administration of this Agreement for each Party and have the authority to execute Task Orders on behalf of their Party under this Agreement: For Jefferson PUD: General Manager For Port Angeles City Manager or such other persons as may be specified from time to time in writing by either Party. September 21, 2021 I - 15 7.0 RELATIONSHIPS OF THE PARTIES, RELEASE AND INDEMNIFICATION. The Parties agree that they are each independent public entities operating pursuant to the terms and conditions of this Agreement. No agent, employee, or representative of a Party to this Agreement shall be deemed to be an agent, employee, or representative of any other party for any purpose. To the extent permitted by law, each Party remains solely and entirely responsible for the acts of its respective staff performing services for the other Party under this Agreement. 7.1 Release by City. To the extent permitted by law, the City hereby releases Jefferson PUD, its successors and assigns, Directors, Commissioners, officers, employees, agents, and representatives from any and all claims, losses, injuries, harm, liabilities, damages, costs, charges and expenses including all reasonable and necessary attorney's fees incurred in connection with Jefferson PUD and its employees' performance under this Agreement. 7.2 Release by Jefferson PUD. To the extent permitted by law, Jefferson PUD hereby releases the City, its successors and assigns, Directors, Commissioners, officers, employees, agents, and representatives from any and all claims, losses, injuries, harm, liabilities, damages, costs, charges and expenses including all reasonable and necessary attorney's fees incurred in connection with the City and its employees' performance under this Agreement. 7.3 Indemnification. Each Party, as an indemnitor, agrees to protect, defend, hold harmless, and indemnify each other Party from and against all third party claims, suits, and actions arising from the intentional or negligent acts or omissions of such indemnitor, its agents, or employees in the performance of this Agreement. 8.0 EXTENT OF AGREEMENT AND MODIFICATIONS. This Agreement, together with the Exhibits and Addenda as may be added upon approval of both Parties, contains all of the terms and conditions agreed upon by the Parties. The Parties agree that there are no understandings, oral or otherwise, modifying or adding to this Agreement. No amendments, changes, or modification of this Agreement shall be valid or binding upon either Party unless such amendment, change, or modification be in writing and executed by both Parties. 9.0 MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS. 9.1 No waiver. The failure of either Party to insist upon or enforce strict performance by the other Party of any provision of this Agreement or to exercise any right under this Agreement shall not be construed as a waiver or relinquishment to any extent of such Party's right to assert or rely upon any such provision or right in that or any other instance; rather, the same shall be and remain in full force and effect. 9.2 Applicable Law. This Agreement shall be interpreted, construed, and enforced in accordance with the laws of the State of Washington, except to the extent such laws may be preempted by the laws of the United States of America. September 21, 2021 I - 16 9.3 Governing Law and Venue: The Parties agree that any dispute shall be governed by the laws of the State of Washington, and any proceeding in law or in equity shall be brought in Clallam County, State of Washington, or such other place as both Parties may agree to in writing. 9.4 Standards. The Parties and the Parties' employees and agents will adhere to applicable professional and ethical standards and will perform all work in a manner consistent with generally accepted skill and care and prudent utility practice for the type of work undertaken. 9.5 Neutral Authorship: Each of the provisions of this Agreement has been reviewed and negotiated and represents the combined work product of the Parties. No presumption or other rules of construction, which would interpret the provisions of this Agreement in favor of or against the party preparing the same, shall be applicable in connection with the construction or interpretation of any of the provisions of this Agreement. 9.6 Entire Agreement. This Agreement sets forth the entire Agreement and supersedes any and all prior Agreements of the Parties with respect to the subject matters hereof. 9.7 Arbitration: The Parties mutually covenant to work cooperatively to timely resolve any dispute that may arise between the Parties concerning this Agreement. However, if the Parties cannot mutually settle a dispute, the dispute or claim shall be submitted to binding arbitration. 9.8 Notices: All notices, demands, requests, consents, and approvals which may, or are required to be given to any party or any other party hereunder, shall be in writing and shall be deemed to have been duly given if delivered personally, sent by facsimile, sent by a nationally recognized overnight delivery service, or if deposited in the United States mail and sent by registered or certified mail, return receipt requested, postage paid to: Jefferson County Public Utility District: General Manager Jefferson County PUD 310 4 Corners Rd Port Townsend WA 98368 City of Port Angeles: City Manager City of Port Angeles 321 E. Fifth Street Port Angeles, WA 98362 September 21, 2021 I - 17 IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Parties hereto have caused this Agreement to be executed by their duly authorized representatives all as of the day and year first above written. JEFFERSON COUNTY PUD _________________________________________ _________________________ DATE _________________________________________ GENERAL MANAGER ATTEST: CITY OF PORT ANGELES _________________________________________ _________________________ DATE Nathan A. West CITY MANAGER ATTEST: September 21, 2021 I - 18 Exhibit A to interlocal Agreement between Jefferson County PUD & City of Port Angeles EXHIBIT A BPA EEI BUDGET TRANSFERS This Exhibit A is attached to and by this reference incorporated into the Interlocal Agreement between Public Utility District No. l of Jefferson County ("Jefferson PUD") and the City of Port Angeles ("City") (collectively referred to as the "Parties"). 1.0 Budget Transfer-BPA Rate Period (FY 2020-21 and FY 2022-2023) Subject to Bonneville Power Administration ("BPA") approval, Jefferson PUD and the City agree for each Party's respective BPA Rate Period (FY 2021-22 and FY 2022-2023) as follows: Jefferson PUD and the City agree to request that BPA transfer FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS ($50,000) of BPA's Rate Period (FY 2020-21) Energy Efficiency Incentive (EEI) program budget funds, which were previously allocated to Port Angeles, to Jefferson PUD. On the first day of the next BPA rates period (FY 2022-2023) Jefferson PUD shall request that BPA transfer FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS ($50,000) of BPA's Rate Period (FY 2022-22) Energy Efficiency Incentive (EEI) program budget funds, which were previously allocated to Jefferson PUD, to the City. In both cases, this transfer does not involve any actual monetary payment by the City to Jefferson PUD or vice-versa, nor is the City obligated to make any payment to Jefferson PUD or vice-versa. Rather, it is a joint request to BPA to allocate a portion of the BPA EEI program budget funds allocated to the City for Rate Period (FY 2020-21) to Jefferson PUD, and Jefferson PUD to the City (FY 2022-2023). 2.0 Conditions on Transfer For this specific transfer of EEI program budget during BPA Rate Period (FY 2020-2021) from the City to Jefferson PUD, and this specific EEI program budget during BPA Rate Period (FY 2022-2023) from the Jefferson PUD to the City there are no conditions on the transfer with the exception of BPA prior approval. 3.0 Amendments to Exhibit A Should either Party request future fiscal year BPA conservation budget transfers from the other Party and such Party agrees, then it shall be by amendment to this Exhibit A, pursuant to written agreement of the Parties. Page 1 of 2 September 21, 2021 I - 19 Exhibit A to Interlocal Agreement between Jefferson County PUD & City of Port Angeles IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Parties have caused this EXHIBIT A to the AGREEMENT to be executed by their duly authorized representatives all as of the day and year written above. JEFFERSON COUNTY PUBLIC UTILITY DISTRICT _________________________________ _________________________________ General Manager ATTEST: CITY OF PORT ANGELES ________________________________ Nathan A. West _______ City Manager ATTEST: Page 2 of 2 September 21, 2021 I - 20 Date: To: From: Subject: September 21, 2021 City Council Allyson Brekke, Director of Community & Economic Development American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) Subrecipient Agreement with Peninsula Housing Authority Background / Analysis: On August 17, 20201, City Council approved a resolution authorizing $1 Million of ARPA funds to support affordable housing efforts. One of the sub-contributions of the designated affordable housing money was an amount of $250,000 to the Peninsula Housing Authority (PHA), a 501(c)3 non-profit organization doing business in the State of Washington. The sub-contribution is specifically to support an affordable housing project known as Shane Place. This is the subrecipient agreement with PHA for such a contribution. The affordable housing project known as Shane Place is located at the southeast corner of West 8th and G Streets in the City of Port Angeles. The property is currently zoned as Residential Medium Density (RMD), a residential zoning district intended to allow a mix of single-household, two- household/duplexes, multi-household dwellings at a density greater than low density zoned neighborhoods. The project scope at this time is to create a minimum of 12 new housing units (to meet the minimum RMD density requirements). PHA and the City share a goal to look at ways to increase the number of housing units on the property and will continue to explore ways to increase density. It is also PHA’s goal to construct said new units as townhouses. The City deems the Shane Place project as instrumental in the City’s goal to add additional housing units within the City. The RMD zoned land as long been vacant and the proposal to construct townhouses on the property does meet several of the City’s Housing Action Plan and Strategic Plan, including but not limited to: City Housing Action Plan Task 2: Allow and encourage the use of innovative housing products and designs measures in increasing the number of housing Summary: On August 17, 20201, City Council approved a resolution authorizing $1 Million of ARPA funds to support affordable housing efforts. One of the sub-contributions of the designated affordable housing money was an amount of $250,000 to the Peninsula Housing Authority to support an affordable housing project known as Shane Place. This is the subrecipient agreement with Peninsula Housing Authority for such a contribution. Funding: This is a subrecipient agreement for money received by the Federal government through ARPA. While City resources will be provided to assist with the subrecipient agreement and project, no City funds are committed as part of the agreement. The total amount of money to be awarded through this subrecipient agreement is $250,000. Recommendation: Approve and authorize the City Manager to sign the ARPA Subrecipient Agreement with Peninsula Housing Authority and to make minor modifications to said agreement as necessary. September 21, 2021 I - 21  Strategic Plan Issue of Critical Importance #1 – Housing and Homelessness  Strategic Plan Issue of Critical Importance #4 – High Performing Relationships. Funding Overview: This is a subrecipient agreement for money received by the Federal government through ARPA. While City resources will be provided to assist with the subrecipient agreement and project, no City funds are committed as part of the agreement. The total amount of money to be awarded through this subrecipient agreement is $250,000. Enclosed: Draft of ARPA Subrecipient Agreement (Due to the bulk size of the Attachments referenced within the agreement, they are not included at this time. They are available upon request.) September 21, 2021 I - 22 ARPA Subrecipient Agreement 1 ARPA SUBRECIPIENT AGREEMENT This ARPA Subrecipient Agreement (“Agreement”) is dated as of the _____ day of September, 2021, by and between the City of Port Angeles, a non-charter code city and municipal corporation of the State of Washington, and Peninsula Housing Authority, a Washington State nonprofit corporation ("Subrecipient"). WHEREAS, the U.S. Department of the Treasury (“Treasury”) has allocated to the City $5,646,884 of federal stimulus funding from the Coronavirus State Fiscal Recovery Fund and the Coronavirus Local Fiscal Recovery Funds (“ARPA Funds”) under Section 603(b) of the Social Security Act, as amended by Section 9901 of the American Rescue Plan Act (“ARPA Act”) for the limited purposes identified in the OFM Letter agreement dated June 7, 2021 (OFM Letter), identified as Attachment A, the Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds Interim Final Rule (“Interim Final Rule”), identified as Attachment B, and the Compliance and Reporting Guidance for State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds (“Compliance & Reporting Guidelines”), identified as Attachment C. Attachments A, B & C are attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference. WHEREAS, the ARPA Act authorizes the City to expend ARPA Funds awarded to the City for the following eligible purposes as outlined in the Interim Final Rule as follows: (1) To respond to the COVID-19 public health emergency or its negative economic impacts, including assistance to households, small businesses, and nonprofits, or aid to impacted industries such as tourism, travel, and hospitality; (2) To respond to workers performing essential work during the COVID-19 public health emergency by providing premium pay to eligible workers; (3) For the provision of government services to the extent of the reduction in revenue due to the COVID-19 public health emergency relative to revenues collected in the most recent full fiscal year prior to the emergency; and (4) To make necessary investments in water, sewer, or broadband infrastructure (collectively “Eligible Uses”). The American Rescue Plan Act, Treasury’s Interim Final Rule, and guidance from Treasury explicitly mention assistance to households as an eligible expense to respond to the negative impacts of the pandemic. Assistance to households may include rent, mortgage, utility, and relocation assistance. Treasury’s revised FAQ (6/24, #2.21) states Fiscal Recovery Funds can be used to provide housing stability services that enable eligible households to maintain or obtain housing, such as housing counseling, fair housing counseling, case management related to housing stability, outreach to households at risk of eviction or promotion of housing assistance programs, housing-related services for survivors of domestic abuse or human tracking, and specialized services for individuals with disabilities or seniors that supports their ability to access or maintain housing. This includes legal aid, court-based eviction prevention or eviction diversion programs, and other legal services that help households maintain or obtain housing. September 21, 2021 I - 23 ARPA Subrecipient Agreement 2 Fiscal Recovery Funds also can be used to support COVID-19 prevention, mitigation, or other services in congregate living facilities, such as homeless shelters and group living facilities; ventilation improvements in congregate settings and other key locations; support for vulnerable populations to access medical or public health services; support for isolation or quarantine; and other activities. Treasury’s Interim Final Rule provides additional flexibility for governments to address the disproportionate negative impacts on certain communities and populations by investing in housing and neighborhoods. These equity-focused services are broadly applicable to Qualified Census Tracts (QCT; as designated by the Department of Housing and Urban Development), other disproportionately impacted areas, and when provided by Tribal governments. Recipients may provide these services to other populations, households, or geographic areas that are disproportionately impacted by the pandemic, but recipients must be able to support their determination that the populations served have been disproportionately impacted (IFR, p. 19). ELIGIBLE HOUSING-RELATED INVESTMENTS UNDER THIS CATEGORY INCLUDE: • Services to address homelessness, such as supportive housing, and to improve access to stable affordable housing among individuals experiencing homelessness; • Affordable housing development to increase the supply of affordable and high-quality living units; and • Housing vouchers, residential counseling, or housing navigation assistance to facilitate household moves to neighborhoods with high levels of economic opportunity and mobility for low-income residents, to help residents increase their economic opportunity and reduce concentrated areas of low economic opportunity. Eligible Uses must be obligated no earlier than March 3, 2021 and no later than December 31, 2024, with final disbursement of all funds no later than December 31, 2026. WHEREAS, the City desires to allocate portions of the ARPA Funds awarded to the subrecipient with such allocation of funds to be consistent with the Eligible Uses of ARPA Funds outlined above. WHEREAS, the City and Subrecipient desire to enter into this Agreement so that the City may provide ARPA Funds for appropriate and qualifying expenditures of grant funds advanced to the Subrecipient by the City for provision of development of affordable housing in an amount not to exceed $250,000 as allowed under the Attachments A and B, and for reimbursement of its administrative costs as specified in Attachment E. NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the foregoing recitals which are incorporated herein by reference, and the terms and conditions set forth below, the parties agree as follows: 1. Effective Date and Term. This Agreement shall commence when last executed by all parties and remain in effect until December 31, 2024, unless terminated by the City in writing. September 21, 2021 I - 24 ARPA Subrecipient Agreement 3 2. ARPA Funds. The City agrees to provide the Subrecipient a total sum not to exceed $250,000 to be used for development of affordable housing and for reimbursement of the Subrecipient’s administrative costs as specified in Attachment E, conditioned on the requirement that such funds will be disbursed by the Subrecipient to eligible households no later than December 31, 2024 based on eligibility criteria outlined in Attachment D. 3. Subrecipient’s Use of ARPA Funds. The Subrecipient shall ensure that the ARPA Funds requests are necessary Eligible Uses under one of the following cost categories: a) To respond to the COVID-19 public health emergency or its negative economic impacts, including assistance to households, small businesses, and nonprofits, or aid to impacted industries such as tourism, travel, and hospitality, b) To respond to workers performing essential work during the COVID-19 public health emergency by providing premium pay to eligible workers, c) For the provision of government services to the extent of the reduction in revenue due to the COVID-19 public health emergency relative to revenues collected in the most recent full fiscal year prior to the emergency; and d) To make necessary investments in water, sewer, or broadband infrastructure. 4. Ineligible Uses. Non-allowable uses of ARPA Funds include, without limitation, the following: a) usage of funds to either directly or indirectly offset a reduction in net tax revenue resulting from a change in law, regulation or administrative interpretation during the covered period that reduces any tax or delays the imposition of any tax or tax increase; b) damages covered by insurance; c) usage of funds as a deposit into any pension fund; d) expenses that have been or will be reimbursed under any federal program; e) debt service costs; f) contributions to a “rainy day” fund; and d) legal settlements. 5. Reimbursement Request & Reporting Requirements. To facilitate the release of ARPA Funds by the City to the Subrecipient and the City’s compliance with reporting requirements for usage of ARPA funding under the IGA and Attachment D, the Subrecipient may submit one A-19 equivalent request schedule per month to the City on or before the 10th day following the end of each calendar month during the term of the Agreement, detailing the small business and non-profit economic support grants to be disbursed by the Subrecipient based on eligible applications received, reviewed and approved by the Subrecipient with an attestation by the Subrecipient that such grants are eligible in accordance with the eligibility requirements outlined in Attachment D. The City shall then distribute ARPA Funds, as requested by the Subrecipient, to the Subrecipient to fund the development of affordable housing. Such schedule may be modified with the prior approval of the City. Failure to provide any of the required documentation may result in the withholding and/or nonpayment of all or a portion of the request, and termination of the Agreement. 6. Termination. The City may terminate this Agreement, for convenience or otherwise and for no consideration or damages, upon prior notice to the Subrecipient. 7. Independent Contractor. Each party under the Agreement shall be for all purposes an independent Contractor. Nothing contained herein will be deemed to create an association, September 21, 2021 I - 25 ARPA Subrecipient Agreement 4 a partnership, a joint venture, or a relationship of principal and agent, or employer and employee between the parties. The Subrecipient shall not be, or be deemed to be, or act or purport to act, as an employee, agent, or representative of the City for any purpose. 8. Indemnification. The Subrecipient agrees to defend, indemnify and hold the City, its officers, officials, employees, agents and volunteers harmless from and against any and all claims, injuries, damages, losses or expenses including without limitation personal injury, bodily injury, sickness, disease, or death, or damage to or destruction of property, which are alleged or proven to be caused in whole or in part by an act or omission of the Subrecipient, its officers, directors, employees, and/or agents relating to the Subrecipients’ performance or failure to perform under this Agreement. The section shall survive the expiration or termination of this Agreement. 9. Compliance with Laws, Guidelines. The Subrecipient shall comply with all federal, state, and local laws and all requirements (including certifications and audits) of the IGA, Interim Final Rule, and Compliance & Reporting Guidelines to the extent applicable, when disbursing ARPA Funds to recipients or when seeking Reimbursement from the City. 10. Maintenance and Audit of Records. The Subrecipient shall maintain records, books, documents, and other materials relevant to its performance under this Agreement. These records shall be subject to inspection, review and audit by the City or its designee, the Washington State Auditor’s Office and as required by the IGA, Interim Final Rule and Compliance & Reporting Guidelines for five (5) years following termination of this Agreement. If it is determined during the course of the audit that the Subrecipient was reimbursed for unallowable costs under this Agreement or any, the Subrecipient agrees to promptly reimburse the City for such payments upon request. 11. Notices. Any notice desired or required to be given hereunder shall be in writing, and shall be deemed received three (3) days after deposit with the U.S. Postal Service, postage fully prepaid, certified mail, return receipt requested, and addressed to the party to which it is intended at its last known address, or to such other person or address as either party shall designate to the other from time to time in writing forwarded in like manner: Subrecipient Peninsula Housing Authority Attn: Sarah Martinez, Executive Director 2603 South Francis Port Angeles, WA 98362 City of Port Angeles Attn: Nathan West, City Manager 321 East 5th Street Port Angeles, WA 98362 September 21, 2021 I - 26 ARPA Subrecipient Agreement 5 12. Improper Influence. Each party warrants that it did not and will not employ, retain, or contract with any person or entity on a contingent compensation basis for the purpose of seeking, obtaining, maintaining, or extending this Agreement. Each party agrees, warrants, and represents that no gratuity whatsoever has been or will offered or conferred with a view towards obtaining, maintaining, or extending this Agreement. 13. Conflict of Interest. The elected and appointed officials and employees of the parties shall not have any personal interest, direct or indirect, which gives rise to a conflict of interest. 14. Time. Time is of the essence in this Agreement. 15. Survival. The provisions of this Agreement that by their sense and purpose should survive expiration or termination of the Agreement shall so survive. Those provisions include without limitation Indemnification and Maintenance and Audit of Records. 16. Amendment. No amendment or modification to the Agreement will be effective without the prior written consent of the authorized representatives of the parties. 17. Governing Law; Venue. The Agreement will be governed in all respects by the laws of the Washington State, both as to interpretation and performance, without regard to conflicts of law or choice of law provisions. Any action arising out of or in connection with the Agreement may be instituted and maintained only in a court of competent jurisdiction in Clallam County, Washington or as provided by RCW 36.01.050. 17. Non-Waiver. No failure on the part of the City to exercise, and no delay in exercising, any right hereunder shall operate as a wavier thereof; nor shall any single or partial exercise by the City of any right hereunder preclude any other or further exercise thereof or the exercise of any other right. The remedies herein provided are cumulative and not exclusive of any remedy available to the City at law or in equity. 18. Binding Effect. This Agreement shall be binding upon and inure to the benefit of the parties hereto and their respective successors. 19. Assignment. The Subrecipient shall not assign or transfer any of its interests in or obligations under this Agreement without the prior written consent of the City. 20. Entire Agreement. This Agreement constitutes the entire agreement between the City and the Subrecipient for the use of funds received under this Agreement and it supersedes all prior or contemporaneous communications and proposals, whether electronic, oral, or written between the parties with respect to this Agreement. 21. No Third Party Beneficiaries. Nothing herein shall or be deemed to create or confer any right, action, or benefit in, to, or on the part of any person or entity that is not a party to this Agreement. This provision shall not limit any obligation which either Party has to Treasury September 21, 2021 I - 27 ARPA Subrecipient Agreement 6 in connection with the use of ARPA Funds, including the obligations to provide access to records and cooperate with audits as provided in this Agreement. 22. Severability. In the event that one or more provisions of this Agreement shall be determined to be invalid by any court of competent jurisdiction or agency having jurisdiction thereof, the remainder of the Agreement shall remain in full force and effect and the invalid provisions shall be deemed deleted. 23. Counterparts. This Agreement may be executed in one or more counterparts, any of which shall be deemed an original but all of which together shall constitute one and the same instrument. 24. Authorization. Each party signing below warrants to the other party, that they have the full power and authority to execute this Agreement on behalf of the party for whom they sign. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, this Agreement is executed and shall become effective as of the last date signed below. DATED this _____ day of ___________________, 2021. SUBRECIPIENT By: _________________________________________ Print Name: Sarah Martinez Its: ___Executive Director DATED this _____ day of September, 2021. CITY OF PORT ANGELES By: _________________________________________ Print Name: Nathan A. West Its: ___ City Manager September 21, 2021 I - 28 - Date: September 21, 2021 To: City Council From: Thomas Hunter, Director, Public Works & Utilities Subject: N Street Outfall Improvement Project, Award Construction Contract Background / Analysis: Stormwater runoff from approximately 400 acres of the City is collected and conveyed to a historic outfall on the north side of the intersection of 4th and N Streets. The existing outfall is comprised of an 18-inch diameter concrete pipe stubbed out at the top of the marine bluff. Discharge flows into a historic ravine, cascades over the 100-foot bluff, and travels north onto the shoreline and into the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Project DR0119 was added to the CFP in 2019 and advanced in priority due to recently documented bluff erosion. With this project, the City seeks to control and stabilize the stormwater flow from the top to the toe of the bluff to eliminate point-source erosion and protect the City’s roadway and utility infrastructure at the 4th and N Street intersection. In January 2021, the City retained Gray & Osborn to evaluate the location and develop a design for construction. The final design consists of anchoring and extending a fused 24” High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) Pipe and flow dispersion tee into the ravine and toward the shoreline. The new outfall extent will be laid atop a slope of quarry spalls supporting the pipe as well as buttressing the ravine sidewalls. The new alignment extends across private property for which a temporary construction easement has been executed and a permanent Operations and Maintenance easement is proposed. The project also includes an Additive Bid to upgrade and improve the drainage infrastructure directly upstream of the outfall by increasing the stormwater main to 24 inches and adding two stormwater catch basin inlets at the intersection. Summary: The purpose of this memo is to request City Council to award a contract for the N Street Outfall Improvement Project to Vet Industrial, Inc. of Bremerton, WA. Funding: Funding for construction is available in the 2021 budget from the established Stormwater Utility Capital Budget project (456-7688-594-6510) in an amount, not to exceed, $300,000.00. Additional funds for the base bid in the amount of $5,000.00 and the additive bid in the amount of $115,000.00 are available in the Stormwater operating reserves and will be included in Budget Amendment #3. Recommendation: Choose 1), or 2), not both: 1) Award a construction contract for the Base Bid to Vet Industrial, Inc. of Bremerton, WA, for the N Street Outfall Improvement Project, CON 2021-40, in the amount of $303,947.50, including applicable taxes, and authorize the City Manager to sign a construction contract for the project and make minor modifications, as necessary. Or 2) Award a construction contract for the Base and Additive Bid to Vet Industrial, Inc. of Bremerton, WA, for the N Street Outfall Improvement Project, CON 2021-40, in the amount of $416,110.00, including applicable taxes, and authorize the City Manager to sign a construction contract for the project and make minor modifications, as necessary. J - 1September 21, 2021 The Additive Bid consists of important upgrades to 50 yr. old stormwater infrastructure at the top of the N Street bluff. Approximately 210 feet of the existing 15” concrete stormwater main north of 6th St. would be upgraded with a new 24” HDPE conveyance pipe with two new catch basins installed at the 4th & N St. bend. The existing main is undersized to serve the 400-acre contributing basin and the two new catch basins would capture additional runoff from approximately 2.6 acres that currently flows via the gutter line to the Crown Park outfall. Vet Industrial’s Additive Bid is reasonable and within 10% of the City’s estimate. This work would be the first step towards a future upgrade of the N Street stormwater conveyance line. The project was advertised by the City on August 31, 2021, via Builder’s Exchange along with postings in the local Peninsula Daily News and Daily Journal of Commerce with notification to the North Peninsula Building Association. On September 14, 2021, the City received and reviewed four qualifying bid packages. The lowest qualifying bid was submitted by Vet Industrial, Inc. of Bremerton, WA with a base bid of $303,947.50, an Additive Bid of $112,162.50, for a total bid amount of $416,110.00. Including the Additive Bid, the Total Bid exceeds funds currently budgeted for construction. However, it may be awarded if City Council approves the effort and utilization of available Stormwater Reserves to cover the expense. Significant increases in pricing and material availability continue to impact difficult- to-predict price swings. The total bid amounts, including taxes, are tabulated in the following table: Contractor Base Bid Additive Bid Total Bid Interwest Construction, Inc. $349,490.00 $104,109.00 $453,599.00 Bruch & Bruch Const., Inc. $411,616.36 $146,938.00 $558,554.36 Vet Industrial, Inc. $303,947.50 $112,162.50 $416,110.00 Delhur Industries, Inc. $557,531.20 $136,592.71 $694,123.91 Engineer’s Estimate $268,650.00 $101,650.00 $370,300.00 Funding Overview: Funding for construction is available in the 2021 budget from the established Stormwater Utility Capital Budget project (456-7688-594-6510) in an amount, not to exceed, $300,000.00. Additional funds for the base bid in the amount of $5,000.00 and the additive bid in the amount of $115,000.00 are available in the Stormwater operating reserves and will be included in Budget Amendment #3. J - 2September 21, 2021 Date: September 21, 2021 To: City Council From: Thomas Hunter, Director, Public Works & Utilities Subject: 4th Street & Chambers Street Repair, Award Construction Contract Background / Analysis: On August 13, 2021, a water main break at the intersection of East 4th and Chambers Streets severely impacted the intersection’s pavement and subgrade. City Staff performed a damage assessment that reveled significant subgrade erosion and destabilization of the pavement, both of which necessitated the closure of this intersection to vehicular traffic. Both the subgrade and the asphalt must be repaired before safe travel can resume. Due to the severity of the damage, the repair work will be conducted by a contractor. In addition, ADA standards require sidewalk curb ramps be installed when road repairs of this type are performed. Notice of the bid opportunity was advertised through the Municipal Research and Service Center Rosters on September 2, 2021 and posted to the City website. On September 14, 2021, two bids were received and opened. Agate Asphalt of Poulsbo, WA, is the apparent lowest, responsive, responsible bidder with a total bid amount of $111,260.25. The total bid amounts, including taxes, are tabulated in the following table: Contractor Base Bid Lakeside Industries Inc. $137,225.00 Agate Asphalt $111,260.25 Engineer’s Estimate $156,600.00 Funding Overview: Funding for this repair is available in the 2021 budget from the Water Repair and Maintenance Fund (402-7380-534-4810) in an amount not to exceed $178,000.00. Summary: The purpose of this memo is to request City Council approval to award a contract for the 4th Street & Chambers Street Repair Project to Agate Asphalt of Poulsbo, WA, in the amount of $111,260.25. Funding: Funding for this repair is available in the 2021 budget from the Water Repair and Maintenance Fund (402-7380-534-4810) in an amount not to exceed $178,000.00. Recommendation: Award a construction contract for the base bid to Agate Asphalt of Poulsbo, WA, for the 4th & Chambers Street Repair CON 2021-38 in the amount of $111,260.25, including applicable taxes and authorize the City Manager to sign all documents necessary to execute and administer the construction contract for the project and make minor modifications, as necessary. J - 3September 21, 2021 JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUGTotalNEW CONSTRUCTION    000000 0 00$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00‐$                REPAIR AND ALTERATION 6 7 9 10 10 5 7 7 61$55,903.00 $69,331.00 $1,796,688.00 $514,061.00 $807,478.00 $178,751.00 $457,156.00 $675,957.00 4,555,325$    NEW CONST.    000000 0 00$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00‐$                REPAIR AND ALTERATION 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00‐$                NEW CONSTRUCTION    110121 0 28$13,000.00 $60,400.00 $0.00 $400,000.00 $657,350.00 $545,000.00 $0.00 $295,000.00 1,970,750$    REPAIR AND ALTERATION 0 0 0 1 2 0 2 1 6$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $100,000.00 $20,500.00 $0.00 $40,000.00 $18,750.00 179,250$       NEW MULTI FAMILY         001001 1 03$0.00 $0.00 $125,000.00 $0.00 $0.00 $80,000.00 $50,000.00 $0.00 255,000$       NEW MANUFACTURED HOME    000000 0 11$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $45,000.00 45,000$         NEW SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENCE  1 2 10 3 3 1 8 1 29$156,876.00 $619,830.00 $1,830,265.00 $711,011.00 $947,950.00 $165,000.00 $1,652,229.00 $171,030.00 6,254,191$    NEW ACCESSORY STRUCTURE  202000 0 15$53,500.00 $0.00 $78,500.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $8,000.00 140,000$       REPAIR AND ALTERATION 41 41 31 29 18 57 45 60 322$282,358.00 $203,165.00 $310,207.00 $268,481.00 $92,803.00 $628,188.00 $562,774.00 $908,974.00 3,256,950$    101010 0 36$1,000.00 $0.00 $2,870.00 $0.00 $900,000.00 $0.00 $0.00 $41,000.00 944,870$       Total Permits Issued:52 51 54 44 36 65 63 76441Total Construction Valuation:$562,637.00 $952,726.00 $4,143,530.00 $1,993,553.00 $3,426,081.00 $1,596,939.00 $2,762,159.00 $2,163,711.0017,601,336$ 321112 0 010DEMOLITION AND MOVING    CERTIFICATES OF OCCUPANCYPublic2021 Building Permit Issuance Report Comm. Ind. Res.