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Agenda Packet 10/01/2019 October 1, 2019 Port Angeles City Council Meeting Page 1 OCTOBER 1, 2019 City of Port Angeles Council Meeting Agenda City Council Chambers, 321 East 5th Street The Mayor may determine the order of business for a particular City Council meeting. The agenda should be arranged to best serve the needs and/or convenience of the Council and the public. The Mayor will determine time of break. Hearing devices are available for those needing assistance. The items of business for regular Council meetings may include the following: A. Call to Order – Special Meeting at 5:00 p.m. – Think Tank- • Council Board, Committees, and Commissions Participation Discussion ...................................................................... A-1 • Agenda Late Items-Discuss Process Call to Order – Regular Meeting at 6:00 p.m. B. Roll Call, Pledge of Allegiance Ceremonial Matters, Proclamations & Employee Recognitions 1. Indigenous Peoples Month 2. Resiliency Month 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 orderly, timely manner. At its most restrictive, Public Comment shall be limited to a total of 15 minutes for the first Publi c Comment period and shall be concluded not later than 9:45 p.m. for the second Public Comment period. Individuals may speak for three minutes or less, depending on the number of people wishing to speak. If more than 20 people are signed up to speak, each speaker may be allocated two minutes (Council Rules of Procedure Section 12). D. Late Items To be placed on this or future agendas, including any executive session needed during or at the end of the meeting. E. Consent Agenda | Approve 1. City Council Minutes of September 3 and September 17, 2019 / Approve ..................................................................... E-1 2. Expenditure Report from September 7, 2019 and September 20, 2019 / Approve .......................................................... E-10 3. Stonegarden Grant Acceptance / Approve ....................................................................................................................... E-33 4. Stormwater Education and Outreach Services – Interlocal Agreement with Kitsap County / Approve .......................... E-61 5. Lodging Tax Advisory Committee Appointment / Approve Recommendation ............................................................... E-63 F. Public Hearings | 6:30 p.m. or Soon Thereafter 1. Ordinance Adopting Utility Rates for 2020-Electric, Water, Wastewater, Solid Waste, Stormwater, Medic 1 / Conduct 1st Reading of Ordinances / Continue to October 15 ........................................................................................................... F-1 2. School Zone Crosswalk Safety Enhancements / Pass Resolution ................................................................................... F- G. Ordinances Not Requiring Council Public Hearings ....................................................................................... None October 1, 2019 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. H. Resolutions Not Requiring Council Public Hearings ...................................................................................... None I. Other Considerations 1. Presentation by Clallam County Public Utility District #1 Commissioner Jim Waddell 2. COOP Training Presentation Chief Ken Dubuc 3. Lodging Tax Resolution Committee Recommendations / Conduct First Reading of Ordinance / Continue to October 15 / Pass Resolution ............................................................................................................................................................... I-1 4. City Manager’s Evaluation .............................................................................................................................................. I-6 J. Contracts & Purchasing 1. Structural Engineering PSA with Sargent Engineers ....................................................................................................... J-1 K. Council Reports L. Information City Manager Reports: 1. Minutes and Agendas located on the City’s website at www.cityofpa.us ...................................................................... L-1 2. Bi-Monthly Construction Status Report .......................................................................................................................... L-2 3. Community Development Fee Schedule / Verbal Update M. Second Public Comment The City Council desires to allow the opportunity for Public Comment. However, the business of the City must proceed in an orderly, timely manner. At its most restrictive, Public Comment shall be limited to a total of 15 minutes for the first Publi c Comment period and shall be concluded not later than 9:45 p.m. for the second Public Comment period. Individuals may speak for three minutes or less, depending on the number of people wishing to speak. If more than 20 people are signed up to speak, each speaker may be allocated two minutes (Council Rules of Procedure Section 12). Adjournment Alternate representatives are assigned to all committees. If you cannot attend, please contact your alternate directly. Committee, Board or Commission City Council Assignments Approved by Council / As of January 16, 2018 Members Mayor Bruch DM Dexter French Kidd Merideth Moran Schromen- Wawrin City Wellness Committee - Meets as needed, usually during the hours of 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. / City Hall 1 X Alt. Clallam Co. Board of Health - 3rd Tuesday of Month / CCCBR Sequim Term Clallam Transit - Meets 3rd Monday of each month at 1pm / Rotating locations 2 X Alt. X Disability Board - 3rd Tues of month / 9am at County Mayor X Alt. Economic Development Council – Meets quarterly / Skills Center 1 Alt. X Feiro Marine Life Center – 3rd Wednesday / 5:30 p.m. 1 X Alt. Fireman's Pension Board - Meets once a year / City Hall Mayor X Alt. Growth Management Steering Committee - Meets as needed / Locations rotate 1 X Alt. Lauridsen Trust - Meets 3rd Thurs of month / 11am F.U.M.C* Mayor X Alt. Law and Justice - Meets as needed 1 X Alt. Lodging Tax Advisory Committee - Meets as needed / City Hall 1 X Marine Resource Committee - Meets 3rd Monday / 5:30pm Courthouse 1 X Alt. North Olympic Peninsula Resource Conservation & Development Council - Meets 4th Thursday / Location varies 1 X Alt. Olympic Peninsula Tourism Commission – Meets first Thursday / Location varies 1 X Port Angeles Downtown Association - 2nd Monday / 6:15pm / PADA Office 1 X Alt. PA Forward - Meets quarterly / 7:30 am / City Hall 2 X X Alt. Port Angeles Regional Chamber of Commerce - Meets 2nd Friday, noon, location varies 1 Alt. X Peninsula Regional Transportation Planning Organization - Meets 3rd Friday of every other month, 10am, location varies 1 Alt. X Solid Waste Advisory Committee - Meets 3rd Thursday of odd months / 3pm / C.C.C.B.R.** 1 X Alt. Strait Ecosystem Recovery Network (LIO) - Meets quarterly / Red Cedar Hall in Blyn 1 Alt. X Volunteer Fireman's Pension Board - Meets once a year / City Hall Mayor + 1 X Alt. X Utility Advisory Committee - Meets 2nd Tuesday of month / 3pm / City Hall 3 X X Alt. X William Shore Memorial Pool District - 4th Tuesday / 3pm / C.C.C.B.R.** 2 Alt. X X * F.U.M.C. - First United Methodist Church ** C.C.C.B.R. - Clallam County Commissioner's Board Room A - 1October 1, 2019 Committee Assignments 10/1/2019 Staff Meeting Meeting Place and # of Council and Committee Time Time members Advices Council City Council Committees City Wellness As Needed City Hall 1 City Staff Y Commissioner Clallam County Board of Health 3rd Tuesday 1:30/ CCCBR Sequim s Clallam Clallam Transit System Board 3rd Monday 1:00/Varies 2 Transit Disability Board 3rd Tuesday 9:00/ email/quarterly Mayor County Staff Economic Development Council Quarterly Skill Center 1 EDC Y Feiro Marine Life Center As Needed Varies 1 Feiro Fireman's Pension Board I per year City Hall Mayor City Staff Y Commissioner Growth Management Steering As Needed Varies I s Lauridsen Trust 3rd Thursday 11:00/ FUMC Mayor Trust Staff Law and Justice Council As Needed CCCBR I Region Y Lodging Tax Advisory As Needed City Council Chambers I City Council Y Commissioner Marine Resource 31-d Monday 5:30/ CCCBR I s North Olympic Development Council 4`h Thursday 1:30/ John Wayne Mari j I NODC Staff S Olympic Olympic Peninsula Tourism Peninsula Commission I st Thursday 11:00-1:00/Varies I Visitor Bureau Port Angeles Downtown Downtown Association 2nd Monday 6:15/ PADA Office I Association S Port Angeles Forward Quarterly 7:30am/City Hall 2 City Staff Y PA Regional Chamber of Chamber of Commerce 2nd Friday 12:00/Varies I Commerce Y Peninsula Regional Transportation Planning Org. 2nd Friday/ Exec. Even month 10:00/Varies I State, Region 3 rd Thursday Commissioner Solid Waste Advisory Odd month 3:00/ CCCBR I s Y Trust Lands Advisory 3rd Friday 12:00/ CCCBR I DNR, County City Council, Utility Advisory 2nd Tuesday 3:00/ City Hall 3 City Staff Y Volunteer Fireman's Pension Board As Needed City Hall Mayor+1 City Staff Y William Shore Memorial Pool District 4"'Tuesday 3:00/CCCBR 2 Pool Board F- Page 1 Committee Assignments 10/1/2018 Staff Committees K.O. Erickson Trust Board CM Trust PA Waterfront CM Trust Civil Service Commission CM ? Firemen's Pension Board Cm City Staff Y City Wellness Committee CM City Staff Y PRTPO-TAC Public Works State, Region Energy Northwest Board of Directors Public Works City Staff Joint Solid Waste Advisory Commissioner Group Public Works s Y Parks, Recreation & Beautification Board Parks City Staff Law & Justice PAFD/PAP Planning Commission City Council, CED City Staff PA Forward CED City Staff Y LTAC CED City Council Y Olyrnpic Peninsula Tourism Commission CED Y Public Safety Advisory Board PAFD/PAPD Civil Service Commission PAFD/PAPD Bicycle Advisory Committee Not AssignedEDC Y ! Chamber of Commerce Y Downtown Association Is Volunteer Committees Homelessness Taskforce FUMC = First United Methodist Church Commissioner's Board Room Page 2 | i City of Port Angeles Committee Assignment Descriptions City Wellness Committee 1 Councilmember Assigned City of Port Angeles Committee Meets as needed, usually during the hours of 9am to 5pm / City Hall An employee wellness committee can serve many helpful functions with regard to the successful development and promotion of a wellness program. The committee consists of approximately 2-12 members, representing a variety of departments, work areas and specialties. Clallam County Board of Health Sequim Councilmember Assigned Clallam County Committee Meetings are the 3rd Tuesday of every month / 1:30 pm / Commissioner’s Board Room In 2004 the Board of Health (BOH) adopted an ordinance creating an expanded Clallam County Board of Health. The Board consists of the Clallam County Board of Commissioners (3), a representative of the incorporated cities (1), a representative of a hospital district (1), and 2 at-large positions (2) for a total of 7 members. The incorporated cities of Clallam County are asked to reach consensus on a recommendation for appointment. Port Angeles, Forks and Sequim alternate appointing a representative to the BOH every three years. Sequim Councilmember Pam Leonard-Ray has agreed to serve in this capacity until 2019. Clallam Transit System Board 2 Councilmembers Assigned Meets 3rd Monday of each month / 1pm / Rotating locations Clallam Transit System (CTS) is organized into three departmental areas: operations, maintenance, and administration. Oversight of all agency operations is the responsibility of the General Manager. Legal counsel is at the disposal of the General Manager as needed. Agency policy oversight is the responsibility of an appointed panel of elected officials. The three municipalities within the service area (Forks, Port Angeles, and Sequim) and Clallam County each appoint two elected representatives to the CTS Board. Disability Board Mayor Assigned Clallam County Committee 3rd Tues of month / 9am / Meetings set by the Clerk of the Disability Board The purpose of the Disability Board is to establish rules and procedures and administrative policies regarding the conduct of business of the Clallam County Disability Board (Disability Board) in order to ensure compliance with the provisions of RCW 41.26, the Law Enforcement Officers and Firefighters Retirement System Act. A - 2October 1, 2019 City of Port Angeles Committee Assignment Descriptions Feiro Marine Life Center Board of Directors 1 Councilmember Assigned Meetings to be determined A Feiro Board member spends on average between 5-10 hours per month providing organizational guidance during monthly board and committee meetings, working with the executive director on special initiatives, and volunteering to carry out programs and projects. Fireman's Pension Board Mayor Assigned City of Port Angeles Committee Meets once a year at City Hall The Firemen’s Pension Board meets annually and consists of the Mayor, the City Clerk, two trustees, and the Chief Financial officer. The Board administers the Firemen’s Pension Plan (FPP), a closed, single-employer defined benefit pension plan established and amended in conformance with Chapter 41.185 RCW. The FPP provides retirement, disability, long-term care, and death benefits to fire fighters (hired prior to March 1, 1970) and their beneficiaries. As of October 15, 2017, four individuals and one spouse are covered by this system. Growth Management Steering Committee (GMSC) 1 Councilmember Assigned Clallam County Committee Meets as needed / Locations rotate The Washington State Growth Management Act (GMA) of 1990 requires that a county that plans under RCW 36.70A.040 shall adopt a countywide planning policy in cooperation with the cities located within the county. A Growth Management Steering Committee was appointed to review and draft the policies. At its February 21, 2017 meeting, Council passed Resolution 06-17, approving of a process and framework for updating the County-Wide Planning Policy under RCW 36.70.A.210. The resolution states that the county and each city shall appoint two representatives to serve on the GMSC. Each jurisdiction may also appoint alternates that can participate in a GMSC meeting in the absence of the regular appointee(s). The City of Port Angeles appoints one Councilmember and one staff member. Lauridsen Trust Mayor Assigned Charity Trust Board Meets 3rd Thurs of month / 11am / First United Methodist Church The G.M. Lauridsen Charity Trust Fund p rovides aid, in the form of grants, to deserving widows in Clallam County. Money can be used for many purposes including medical needs, rent and utility payments. A - 3October 1, 2019 City of Port Angeles Committee Assignment Descriptions Law and Justice Council 1 Councilmember Assigned Clallam County Committee Meets as needed / Clallam Commissioners Board Room The purpose of the Law and Justice Council is to provide a forum and structure to coordinate all civil and criminal justice agencies, programs and services in Clallam County. Lodging Tax Advisory Committee 1 Councilmember Assigned Port Angeles City Council Advisory Committee Meets as needed / City Council Chambers The Lodging Tax Advisory Committee reviews, comments, and makes recommendations to the City Council on activities and/or facilities to be funded by lodging excise tax revenues. The Committee’s recommendations must be related to the statutory purposes of paying for the cost of tourism promotion and/or acquisition or operation of tourism-related facilities. The members of the Lodging Tax Advisory Committee are appointed to one-year terms, with possible reappointment for successive terms. Marine Resource Committee 1 Councilmember Assigned Clallam County Committee Meets 3rd Monday of the month / 5:30 pm / Meets at the Clallam County Courthouse The Clallam County Marine Resources Committee (MRC) was established by the Clallam County Commissioners in 1999 to protect and enhance the local marine environment and contribute to the protection of the marine environment of the Northwest Straits region. The Clallam MRC is one of seven MRCs established in the Northwest Straits region as part of the Northwest Straits Marine Conservation Initiative. North Olympic Peninsula Resource Conservation & Development Council (NOP RC&D) 1 Councilmember Assigned Meets 4th Thursday of the month / Meets at the John Wayne Marina in Sequim The goals of the NOP RC&D are: • To develop, support and carry out regional plans for economic and community development; • To support the efforts of other organizations and agencies to enhance quality of life in the region; • To provide networking opportunities to collaborate on and advance regional projects; • To leverage the coordination and cooperation of members in projects which enhance the economy and environment of the North Olympic Peninsula. A - 4October 1, 2019 City of Port Angeles Committee Assignment Descriptions Olympic Peninsula Tourism Commission 1 Councilmember Assigned 1st Thursday of the month / 11am to 1pm / Locations rotate Since January of 2015, the City of Port Angeles has contracted directly with the Olympic Peninsula Tourism Commission. The City joined eight other jurisdictions and/or entities in an inter-local operating agreement for the purpose of tourism promotion on the Olympic Peninsula. Port Angeles Downtown Association (PADA) 1 Councilmember Assigned 2nd Monday of the month / 6:15 pm / Port Angeles Downtown Association Office The mission of PADA is to develop and promote a healthy and prosperous downtown. Port Angeles Forward Committee 2 Councilmembers Assigned Port Angeles City Council Advisory Committee Meets quarterly / at 7:30 am / City Hall The Port Angeles Forward Committee is dedicated to creating a strong, economically and culturally vibrant community that will enhance the lives of citizens through the following goals to: • Foster private sector investment in Port Angeles; • Facilitate input from stakeholders to create a consensus, strategy, and vision for development and implementation of a Port Angeles Forward Master Plan; • Provide communication between stakeholders; • Recommend actions to encourage private investment and stimulate the economy and livability of the community; and • Identify and resolve barriers that adversely impact the ability to achieve committee goals. Port Angeles Regional Chamber of Commerce 1 Councilmember Assigned Meets 2nd Friday of the month / noon / Location varies The mission of the Port Angeles Regional Chamber of Commerce is to provide services and cultivate an environment where businesses in the region can thrive and connect as a community. A - 5October 1, 2019 City of Port Angeles Committee Assignment Descriptions Peninsula Regional Transportation Planning Organization (PRTPO) 1 Councilmember Assigned Formed through an Inter-Local Agreement Meets 2nd Friday every other month / 10am / Location varies The PRTPO is the Regional Transportation Planning Organization for Clallam, Jefferson, Mason and Kitsap Counties, located in Northwestern Washington State on the Olympic Peninsula. It is a voluntary association of cities, towns, counties, ports, tribes, transit agencies and major employers that work together to develop transportation plans designed to meet the region's future economic and population growth. Solid Waste Advisory Committee 1 Councilmember Assigned Clallam County Committee Meets 3rd Thursday of odd months / 3pm / Clallam County Commissioners Board Room Assists in the implementation of programs and policies concerning solid waste handling and disposal, and reviews and comments on proposed changes to the Comprehensive Solid Waste Management Plan. The committee is comprised of nine representatives; one from each of the incorporated cities, the waste industry, tribal councils, Clallam County, state and federal agencies, private industry, and one at-large. Trust Lands Advisory Committee 1 Councilmember Assigned Clallam County Committee Meetings are generally the 3rd Friday of each month / noon / Clallam County Courthouse The Trust Lands Advisory Committee reviews and analyze the history, issues, benefits, challenges and advantages of re-conveyance of trust lands to Clallam County and if found to be in its best interest, to recommend such action as may be required to effect this change in the management of these properties. If not in the greater interest of the County to seek re-conveyance, the Committee is tasked to provide guidance to ensure a continual engagement with the Department of Natural Resources and how it is promptly and adequately fulfilling its Trust Land objectives to Clallam County, its taxing districts, and its citizenry. Volunteer Fireman's Pension Board Mayor Assigned, plus one additional Councilmember City of Port Angeles Committee Meets as needed / City Hall The Volunteer Fire Fighters’ Relief and Pension System is a cost-sharing multiple-employer retirement system that was created by the Legislature in 1945 under Chapter 41.16 RCW. It provides pension, disability, and survivor benefits. Membership in the system requires service with a fire department of an electing municipality of Washington State, except those covered by LEOFF. A - 6October 1, 2019 City of Port Angeles Committee Assignment Descriptions Utility Advisory Committee 3 Councilmembers Assigned Port Angeles City Council Advisory Committee Meets 2nd Tuesday of month / 3pm / Council Chambers The Utility Advisory Committee (UAC) gives advisory recommendations to the City Council on matters relating to City utility policies and operation. The UAC is comprised of three City Council members, one member representing the industrial customers of the City’s utilities, one member representing a licensed care facilities in the City, and three members that represent all other customers of the City’s utilities. Members are appointed to four-year terms, with a limit of two consecutive terms. William Shore Memorial Pool District 2 Councilmembers Assigned Clallam County Committee 4th Tuesday / 3pm / Clallam Commissioners Board Room A board of five Commissioners set policy and carry out the official business of the Pool District. Board Commissioners are composed of two City of Port Angeles Councilpersons, two Clallam County Commissioners and one at-large Commissioner, who is approved by the WSMPD governing board and can serve a four year term. *Alternate representatives will be assigned to all committees. If you cannot attend, please contact your alternate directly. A - 7October 1, 2019 4 PC)RTq qty O N�'`l L Fs, r� PROCLAMATION Recognizing the Month of October as Indigenous Peoples' Month and the Second Monday of October as Indigenous Peoples' Day To promote tolerance, understanding and friendship, and to combat prejudice and eliminate discrimination stemming from colonization. WHEREAS, the City of Port Angeles recognizes that it sits on Klallam ancestral lands and recognizing that Klallam people have lived on this land since time immemorial; and WHEREAS, the city values the many contributions Indigenous People have made to our community with their knowledge, labor, technology, science, philosophy, arts, and the deep cultural influences that have shaped the character of our city; and WHEREAS, the City of Port Angeles recognizes that systemic racism toward Indigenous People perpetuates high rates of poverty and income inequality, exacerbating health, education and social crises; and WHEREAS, the City of Port Angeles joins a growing number of cities that have permanently recognized the second Monday of October as Indigenous Peoples' Day, creating an opportunity to promote appreciation,tolerance,understanding, friendship and partnerships among all peoples; and WHEREAS, the Port Angeles Main Library will host a welcome performance by the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe Song and Dance Group at 5:15pm and a presentation by Yolanda Machado about her Makah ancestry at 6:00pm on the 14"' of October; and WHEREAS, The Peninsula College will display weavings from artist Cathy MacGregor of the Jamestown S'K1allam Tribe until November 21 and will host a reception in 2a?kwust;)gdwix- House of Learning,Peninsula College's Longhouse,to meet the artist and view the exhibit on Wednesday, October 2, from 2:00-4:00 pm; and WHEREAS, Indigenous Peoples'Day,is a day to learn,to observe,to create,and to connect.The Port Angeles School District's curriculum fosters an education that is diverse and that honors Klallam culture, among many others. The District will continue to support students' learning through enrichment activities and a rich curriculum. NOW,THEREFORE, I, Sissi Bruch,Mayor, ON BEHALF OF THE CITY COUNCIL of PORT ANGELES, do hereby proclaim the whole month of October as INDIGENOUS PEOPLES' MONTH and the second Monday in October as INDIGENOUS PEOPLES' DAY in Port Angeles,and encourage all to celebrate the thriving cultures and values of the Indigenous Peoples of our region, to learn more about the history of Indigenous Peoples and their cultures, and to continue efforts to promote the well-being and growth of our Indigenous community. October 1, 2019 Sissi Bruch, Mayor P 0�,?OR' ,j/'Vc,/ PROCLAMATION In Recognition of RESILIENCE AWARENESS MONTH WHEREAS,there is compelling scientific evidence of a correlation between negative childhood experiences known as Adverse Childhood Experiences(ACEs) or"toxic stress", and WHEREAS,Adverse Childhood Experiences include such experiences as physical, sexual.,or verbal abuse,physical and emotional neglect, witnessing domestic violence, losing a parent to separation or divorce or having a family member who experiencing mental health issues,struggling with substance abuse.and/or incarcerated.and WHEREAS,in Clallam County 62%of residents report having experienced at least I Adverse Childhood Experience,and over 33%of residents report having 3 or more, and WHEREAS,research indicates the more"toxic stress"a person has experienced,the greater his/her risk of social, emotional, behavioral, and physical health challenges, leading to school suspension,increased dropout rates,expulsion,tardiness and absenteeism,bullying,unemployment,decreased functional work days,homelessness, incarceration,domestic violence, chronic disease,and substance abuse,and WHEREAS,Adverse Childhood Experiences are at the root of our most costly community issues,associated with 78%of IV drug use, 69%of mental illness, 67%of suicide attempts, 65%of alcoholism,62%of domestic violence& homelessness,61% of adult incarceration. 54%of prescription drug abuse., 26%of cardiovascular disease, 24%of cancer., 171/0 of asthma,and 15% of diabetes., and WHEREAS,resiliency is the antidote and there is compelling scientific evidence that,being able to rely on relationships to access resources and support in the moment of need,can transform a potentially toxic experience into a tolerable one,and WHEREAS,resiliency needs to be nurtured throughout the lifespan and is built through supportive relationships with caring adults and experiences that strengthen our core adaptive skills, including regulating emotions,managing stress,planning, mental flexibility,decision making, creating/sustaining relationships,and WHEREAS,local leaders from Children's Youth and Family Services,Clallam County Health and Human Services,Clallam County's Prosecutor's Office,First Step Family Support Center,Jamestown Family Health Clinic,Little Rhythms Learning Center,Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe, Lutheran Community Services,North Olympic Healthcare Network,Parenting Matters Foundation,Port Angeles School District, Prevention Works!,Quillayute Valley School District, Salish FYSPRT, United Way of Clallam County,Washington State Department of Health,Washington State University Extension support the formation, and WHEREAS,Clallam Resiliency Project has a vision of a community where each person flourishes and all parents raise their children with consistency and nurturance to develop resilience, with the goal to mobilize our community through dialogue and action to prevent Adverse Childhood Experiences in the next generation through building individual and community resilience. NOW,THEREFORE,1, Sissi Bruch,Mayor,ON BEHALF OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF PORT ANGELES,do hereby proclaim October of 2019 to be RESILIENCE AWARENESS MONTH IN PORT ANGELES,and urge all our residents to become informed about Adverse Childhood Experiences and their impact on development and long-term health outcomes,to integrate these principles into our everyday work and practice, and to otherwise support the work of the Clallam Resilience Project as a community of hope and healing. October 1,2019 Sissi Bruch,Mayor L City Council Meeting October 1, 2019 PUBLIC COMMENT SIGN-UP SHEET Are you a City of Port Angeles Print Name Clearly resident or Topic business owner? Yes or No Yes or No 0ck 11 IIL. �. _ ko C Yes or No Ya or No Yes or No Yes o No � 1 C� Yes or No Yes or No Yes or No Yes or No Page 1 CITY COUNCIL MEETING Port Angeles, Washington September 3, 2019 CALL TO ORDER SPECIAL MEETING Mayor Bruch called the special meeting of the Port Angeles City Council to order at 5:02 p.m. Members Present: Mayor Bruch, Deputy Mayor Dexter, Council Members French, Merideth (arrived at 5:10 p.m.), Moran, and Schromen-Wawrin. Members Absent: Council Member Kidd Staff Present: City Manager West, Attorney Bloor, Clerk Martinez-Bailey, S. Carrizosa, T. Hunter, K. Dubuc, B. Smith, and A. Brekke. Mayor Bruch introduced Clallam Economic Development Corporation CEO, Colleen McAleer who spoke about the Think Tank agenda item, Rural Procurement. She provided a brief background on the topic and spoke about ideas to boost local contract procurement and the benefits of keeping local companies competitive with outside sources. Mayor Bruch asked that a discussion on Council agenda late items be added to the next Council Think Tank agenda. ADJOURNMENT Mayor Bruch adjourned the Special Meeting at 5:47 p.m. CALL TO ORDER-REGULAR MEETING Mayor Bruch called the regular meeting of the Port Angeles City Council to order at 6:00 p.m. ROLL CALL Members Present: Mayor Bruch, Deputy Mayor Dexter, Councilmembers French, Kidd, Merideth, Moran, and Schromen-Wawrin. Members Absent: None Staff Present: City Manager West, Attorney Bloor, Clerk Martinez-Bailey, A. Bright, K. Dubuc, B. Smith, T. Hunter, A. Brekke, and S. Carrizosa. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE Mayor Bruch led the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag. PUBLIC COMMENT Marolee Smith, city resident, spoke in opposition of the Charter of Compassion. Arlene Jensen, spoke of her involvement on local committees and boards and spoke about the need for Council to make bold changes including voting in favor of the Charter of Compassion. Marilyn Eash, city resident, spoke in favor of the Charter of Compassion. Susan Hillgren, residing outside city limits, spoke about a number of needs from the homeless community including garbage cans, portapotties and cell phone charging stations. Hillary Powers, spoke in favor of the Charter of Compassion. Bill Atkinson, city resident, spoke about the parking agenda item. E - 1October 1, 2019 PORT ANGELES CITY COUNCIL MEETING – September 3, 2019 Page 2 of 5 Ellen Fetchet, city resident, spoke in favor of the Charter of Compassion. Michael Gonzalez, residing outside the city limits, spoke about the need for a builder’s exchange in Port Angeles. OTHER CONSIDERATIONS 1. Clallam Economic Development Corporation 2020 Direction by Colleen McAleer Carolyn St. James introduced the Clallam Economic Development Corporations’ (CEDC) 2020 proposal, and shared CEDC’s mission and goals and spoke about the need for collaboration within the community. She introduced Colleen McAleer who shared a PowerPoint presentation. She spoke about an upcoming opportunity zone conference and invited Brian Garrett to speak about the North Olympic Legislative Alliance. Ms. McAleer shared the request CEDC is making of the City of Port Angeles. PUBLIC HEARINGS 1. Electric Cost of Service Analysis Methodology Finance Director Sarina Carrizosa introduced the agenda item and provided dates the methodology went before the Utility Advisory Committee and the City Council in a work session. Senior Accountant MarySue French shared the City’s traditional rate setting principles and presented the Electric Cost of Service Analysis methodology. Mayor Bruch read the resolution by title, entitled, RESOLUTION NO. ____ A RESOLUTION of the City Council of the City of Port Angeles, Washington, approving the Cost of Services Analysis (COSA) methodology for electric utility rates as presented at the Utility Advisory Committee on August 13, 2019 and the September 3rd Council meeting for use in calculating and setting electric utility rates in 2020. Mayor Bruch opened the public hearing at 7:16 p.m. Kathryn Ochio-Grosso, spoke of the potential impacts on conservation efforts if the base rates are increased. Brendan Meyer, city resident, spoke of the potential impacts on conservation efforts if the base rates are increased. Hearing no additional public comments, the Mayor closed the public hearing at 7:18 p.m. It was moved by Dexter and seconded by French to: Pass the Resolution for the Electric utility cost of service analysis methodologies. Kidd called the question and Moran seconded. The motion to call the question carried 6-1 with Schromen-Wawrin opposed. Original motion carried 6-1 with Schromen-Wawrin opposed. OTHER CONSIDERATIONS CONTINUED 2. Paramedicine Presentation by Fire Chief Ken Dubuc Fire Chief Ken Dubuc shared a PowerPoint presentation on the Community Paramedicine program and the efforts of those working in the program to provide care to vulnerable individuals in the community. He shared examples of the services the program provides. 4. Compassion Charter Mayor Bruch introduced the Charter of Compassion for discussion. Council discussion followed. It was moved by Schromen-Wawrin and seconded by French to: Adopt the Charter of Compassion for Port Angeles. Motion carried 6-1 with Kidd opposed. Mayor Bruch recessed the meeting for a break at 7:59 p.m. The meeting reconvened at 8:08 p.m. E - 2October 1, 2019 PORT ANGELES CITY COUNCIL MEETING – September 3, 2019 Page 3 of 5 LATE ITEMS TO BE PLACED ON THIS OR FUTURE AGENDAS as determined by City Manager or Councilmember – City Manager Nathan West added Stage III Water Shortage Declaration to the Consent Agenda as item I -5. CONSENT AGENDA At the request of Councilmember Schromen-Wawrin, Mayor Bruch pulled item 1 from the Consent Agenda. It was moved by Kidd and seconded by Dexter to approve the Consent Agenda to include: 1. Expenditure Report: From August 10, 2019 through August 23, 2019 in the amount of $1,645,823.86 Motion carried 7-0. It was moved by Schromen-Wawrin and seconded by French to: Approve the City Council Minutes of August 20, 2019 to include changes as identified by Schromen-Wawrin. Motion carried 7-0. ORDINANCES NOT REQUIRING COUNCIL PUBLIC HEARINGS 2. City Council Meetings on Election Night Manager West introduced the agenda item and spoke about the background of the ordinance. Schromen-Wawrin assisted the Mayor in conducting a first reading of the ordinance by title, entitled, ORDINANCE NO. ____ AN ORDINANCE of the City of Port Angeles, Washington, amending Chapter 2.04.010 regarding City Council meetings of the Port Angeles Municipal Code. It was moved by Schromen-Wawrin and seconded by Dexter to: Amend Chapter 2.04.010 regarding City Council meetings of the Port Angeles Municipal Code and wave the first reading and adopt the ordinance as read. Moran amended the original motion and seconded by Kidd to: Amend Chapter 2.04.010 regarding City Council meetings of the Port Angeles Municipal Code and wave the second reading and adopt the ordinance as read. Motion carried 7-0. RESOLUTIONS NOT REQUIRING PUBLIC HEARINGS 1. Use of Sales Tax Funds for Affordable Housing Manager West presented the agenda item outlining specific use of funds under House Bill 1406 , and said the memo reflects specific uses for both House Bill 1406 and sales tax portion. City Attorney Bill Bloor reminded Council the item would be going to the voters and shared it would be beneficial to voters to know how the money would be spent by the City. Attorney Bloor said the purpose of the outline was to identify options. He said Council could then choose from those options or propose additional options. Mayor Bruch read the resolution by title, entitled, RESOLUTION NO. ____ A RESOLUTION of the City Council of the City of Port Angeles, Washington, stating its intentions for the use of funds obtained through Proposition No. 1 relating to affordable and supportive housing, following passage. It was moved by Schromen-Wawrin and seconded by Dexter to: To adopt the resolution as read, with the following amendments; strike the first sentence from Section 1, and in Section 1 change “to fund” to “to assist”. Motion carried 7-0. E - 3October 1, 2019 PORT ANGELES CITY COUNCIL MEETING – September 3, 2019 Page 4 of 5 ORDINANCES NOT REQUIRING COUNCIL PUBLIC HEARINGS CONTINUED 1. Parking Regulations Discussion Mayor Bruch introduced the item and outlined the different options that were presented to Council in the memo. Council discussion followed. ORDINANCE NO. ____ AN ORDINANCE of the City of Port Angeles, Washington amending Chapter 14.40 of the Port Angeles Municipal Code relating to off street parking. It was moved by Schromen-Wawrin and seconded by French to: Direct staff to prepare an ordinance to r epeal Chapter 14.40 Motion failed 3-4 with Bruch, French and Schromen-Wawrin in favor. It was moved by Schromen-Wawrin to: Modify code 17.94.070, to delete item G, removing parking requirements for Accessory Residential Units. Motion failed for lack of a second. OTHER CONSIDERATIONS CONTINUED 3. Amendment to the Off-Street Parking Section of the Port Angeles Municipal Code (Chapter 14.40) Director of Community and Economic Development Allyson Brekke introduced the item and spoke about the agreement and background on the item and shared information on the proposed changes to the ordinance. Mayor Bruch conducted a first reading of the ordinance by title, entitled, ORDINANCE NO. ____ AN ORDINANCE of the City of Port Angeles, Washington amending Chapter 14.40 of the Port Angeles Municipal Code relating to off street parking. The Mayor continued the matter to September 17. 5. West added Stage III Water Shortage Declaration Director Thomas Hunter presented the late agenda item and said while the City isn’t at the markers yet, due to declining Elwha River flows, it is likely the levels will continue to lower. It was moved by Dexter and seconded by Moran to: Authorize the City Manager to implement Stage III water shortage restrictions on the use of water as detailed in the water shortage response plan, when thresholds for Stage III have been reached. Motion carried 7-0. CITY COUNCIL REPORTS Council Member Moran spoke about his experience at a recent bell ringing ceremony at Veteran’s Park. Council Member Schromen-Wawrin spoke about an upcoming MRSC webinar and shared information related to a recent Clallam Transit Board meeting and spoke about a presentation he attended at the Port Angeles High School. He spoke about his participation on the Legislative Authority Committee. Council Member Dexter spoke about her participation at a recent Clallam Transit meeting, shared she had participated at a recent Feiro Marine Life event. She shared she had participated in the Opioid Awareness walk. Council Member Merideth briefly referenced his participation at a recent Shore Memorial Pool district meeting. Council Member Kidd spoke about a recent event at the BMX park. E - 4October 1, 2019 PORT ANGELES CITY COUNCIL MEETING – September 3, 2019 Page 5 of 5 Mayor Bruch spoke about the upcoming Rib Fest event in Esquimalt, B.C., Vancouver. No other reports were given. INFORMATION Manager West spoke to comments that were made during public comment period relative to the work being done at Veteran’s Park. He recognized the decision was made by the Park’s Recreation and Beautification Commission after a thorough public process. He shared his appreciation for the work done by the Commission, knowing it was a difficult decision to make. Manager West reminded Council the recordings of public meetings were located on the City’s website. It was moved by Schromen-Wawrin and seconded by Dexter to: Extend the meeting past 10:00 p.m. Motion carried 7-0. SECOND PUBLIC COMMENT John Ralston, city resident, asked Council if there was a sunset clause the ballot language related to the tax measure. Nancy Walters, spoke about the parking issue on the agenda. ADJOURNMENT Mayor Bruch adjourned the meeting at 10:04 p.m. _____________________________________ _______________________________ Sissi Bruch, Mayor Kari Martinez-Bailey, City Clerk E - 5October 1, 2019 CITY COUNCIL MEETING Port Angeles, Washington September 17, 2019 CALL TO ORDER SPECIAL MEETING Mayor Bruch called the special meeting of the Port Angeles City Council to order at 5:30 p.m. Members Present: Mayor Bruch, Deputy Mayor Dexter, Councilmembers French, Kidd, Merideth, Moran, and Schromen-Wawrin. Members Absent: None Staff Present: City Manager West, Attorney Bloor, Clerk Martinez-Bailey, A. Fountain, and S. Carrizosa. EXECUTIVE SESSION Based on input from Attorney Bloor, Mayor Bruch announced the need for a closed Executive Session, under authority of RCW 42.30.110(1)(i), to discuss potential litigation with legal counsel, and under authority of RCW 42.30.140(4), to discuss collective bargaining with an employee organization for approximately 25 minutes. Council moved to the Jack Pittis Conference Room for Executive Session for approximately 25 minutes. The Executive Session convened at 5:32 p.m. ADJOURNMENT Mayor Bruch adjourned the Special Meeting at 5:59 p.m. CALL TO ORDER-REGULAR MEETING Mayor Bruch called the regular meeting of the Port Angeles City Council to order at 6:00 p.m. ROLL CALL Members Present: Mayor Bruch, Deputy Mayor Dexter, Councilmembers French, Kidd, Merideth, Moran, and Schromen-Wawrin. Members Absent: None Staff Present: City Manager West, Attorney Bloor, Clerk Martinez-Bailey, A. Bright, M. Sanders, B. Smith, A. Brekke, T. Hunter, and S. Carrizosa. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE Mayor Bruch led the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag. CEREMONIAL MATTERS, PROCLAMATIONS & EMPLOYEE RECOGNITIONS 1. Constitution Week Proclamation Mayor Bruch read a proclamation recognizing September 17-23, 2019, as Constitution Week and September 17, 2019, as Citizenship Day, and presented the proclamation to Judi Tordini, on behalf of the Michael Trebert Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution. PUBLIC COMMENT Iris Winslow, city resident and Parks, Recreation and Beautification Board member, updated Council on activities and improvements at the BMX track and shared her appreciation for the volunteers who work at the track. Gordon Peters, city resident, spoke about the fence around the Liberty Bell at Veteran’s Park and said Council should consider a place where homeless people can go when the weather gets cold now the space near the bell is unavailable. Joshua Torres, spoke about the need for a shelter for homeless people especially during the winter time. E - 6October 1, 2019 PORT ANGELES CITY COUNCIL MEETING – September 17, 2019 Page 2 of 4 Lisa Hahn, city resident, shared challenges she experiences at a local homeless shelter. Sean Johnson, city resident and local business owner, spoke about the challenges he faces with parking and asked that Council support the off-street parking agenda item. Susan Hillgren, residing outside Port Angeles, spoke about the needs of the homeless community. Cindy Kelley, residing outside Port Angeles, spoke about PA CAN and the recent Overdose Walk event, and thanked the Parks Department for their help. CONSENT AGENDA Council agreed by consensus to allow Mayor Bruch to move item I-3 to item E-2 on the Consent Agenda. Council Member French disclosed that he is a member of the of the Olympic Peninsula Community Clinic Board. It was moved by Kidd and seconded by Dexter to approve the Consent Agenda to include: 1. Expenditure Report: From August 24, 2019 and September 6, 2019 in the amount of $2,086,092.28 / Approve 2. REdisCOVERY/WASPC Grant / Accept Grant and Approve Contract Motion carried 7-0. ORDINANCES NOT REQUIRING COUNCIL PUBLIC HEARINGS 1. Amendment to the Off-Street Parking Section of the Port Angeles Municipal Code (Chapter 14.40) Community and Economic Development Director Allyson Brekke introduced the agenda item and provided background on the proposed ordinance, saying the proposed ordinance allo ws property and business owners the opportunity to enter into a cooperative parking agreement. She added the proposed ordinance would open the opportunity to public parking lots as well. Director Brekke recommended Council conduct the second reading and adopt the ordinance. Council discussion followed. Mayor Bruch conducted a second reading of the ordinance by title, entitled, ORDINANCE NO. ____ AN ORDINANCE of the City of Port Angeles, Washington amending Chapter 14.40 of the Port Angeles Municipal Code relating to off street parking. It was moved by Schromen-Wawrin and seconded by French to: Approve ordinance as read, with one amendment, to extend the boundary from 500 feet to 1000 feet. Motion carried approved 6-1 with Merideth opposed. 2. Amendment to the Police Department Section of the Port Angeles Municipal Code (Chapter 2.20.10) Council Member Schromen-Wawrin discussed the language contained in the proposed ordinance and asked for clarification on the individual assigned to make the determination in the existing ordinance. Mayor Bruch conducted a first reading of the ordinance by title, entitled, ORDINANCE NO. ____ AN ORDINANCE of the City of Port Angeles, Washington amending Chapter 2.20 of the Port Angeles Municipal Code relating to Police Department. It was moved by Dexter and seconded by French to: Waive the second reading and adopt the ordinance as read, and to include changes to Section 1 of the ordinance as identified by Schromen-Wawrin which delegates the City Manager to make the determination. Motion carried 7-0. E - 7October 1, 2019 PORT ANGELES CITY COUNCIL MEETING – September 17, 2019 Page 3 of 4 OTHER CONSIDERATIONS 1. Washington State Department of Transportation Grant Acceptance for Lincoln Street Safety Improvements Director of Public Works and Utilities Director Thomas Hunter introduced the agenda item. He shared staff were happy to see the project moving forward, pairing City dollars from the Transportation Benefit District with dollars from these types of grant opportunities, not only for ADA features but a number of other safety features. He shared the project supports the City’s Comprehensive Plan and shared it has staff’s recommendation for approval. It was moved by Kidd and seconded by French to: Accept the WSDOT Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Program Grant in the amount of $1,285,000 and authorize the use of $100,000 of Transportation Benefit District funds for the remaining project match. Authorize the City Manager to sign all necessary grant agreements. Motion carried 7-0. 2. Update to the Port Angeles Municipal Code Manager West presented the item and provided background on the memo. He recognized there were multiple Strategic Plan and Work Plan items that require staff to modify the code and said these changes have created ambiguities. He explained the intent of the memo, to determine if there is interest by 4 or more Council Members to schedule a November work session, to then discuss reprioritizing the strategic plan items and discuss the merits of a rewrite. Council discussion followed. It was moved by Dexter and seconded by French to: Request staff to plan a work session in November for staff to provide a variety of options, proposals, plan, with the goal to make a decision moving forward before the end of the year. Motion carried 7-0. 3. Affordable Housing Fact Sheet City Manager West spoke about the proposition fact sheet and discussed how the information from the housing needs assessment had been incorporated into the document. He shared the fact sheet was developed under the guidelines of the Public Disclosure Commission. He said it was necessary the fact sheet remain fair and objective, and said it was important to communicate the current housing situation to voters. Attorney Bloor spoke about making changes to the Fact Sheet and shared, that in context, any changes Council make to the fact sheet should not appear to make the fact sheet appear as a marketing tool. The fact sheet was created to explain to the voters why Council has offered the item on the ballot and he reiterated the fact sheet should not be a marketing document. Council discussion followed. CITY COUNCIL REPORTS Council Member Kidd shared that she would not be at the October 1 meeting but that she would try to call in. Council Member Merideth thanked Carrizosa for the information in the packet. He spoke about his concerns of the financial direction the City has taken. Council Member Dexter shared she had participated in the recent Overdose Awareness Walk and shared that it highlighted the need for treatment options in our community. Council Member Schromen-Wawrin spoke about housing needs in the community and spoke about an upcoming event by AWC in December for Council Candidates. He shared an upcoming AWC event to be held in Sequim and spoke about an upcoming affordable housing event he will be attending. He spoke about red-light traffic cameras and provided statistics on this issue. Council Member French shared he attended a Port Angeles Regional Chamber of Commerce meeting and spoke about many of the upcoming events that are planned. He spoke about security issues and how they may affect ferry access downtown. E - 8October 1, 2019 PORT ANGELES CITY COUNCIL MEETING – September 17, 2019 Page 4 of 4 Council Member Moran spoke about the importance of the upcoming census and the work that is involved with the process. He shared he attended a broadband meeting related to high speed internet and shared he was a broadcast commentator during a local sporting event. Mayor Bruch shared she attended a Mayors Exchange Conference and spoke about her time there and shared what she learned. She spoke about the fence around the Liberty Bell and said she was concerned over the final design of the fence. No other reports were given. INFORMATION Manager West spoke regarding reports in the packet. He shared that due to weather, the City did not need to declare a Stage III Water Shortage. He invited Director Brekke to provide an update on housing related code amendments that were moving to the Planning Commission for review. She said these amendments would then be forwarded for Council’s final review. Manger West spoke about the upcoming meetings when Council will see the 2020 utility rates at the October Council meetings. He added the timing of these ordinances were critical to the budget. He also shared an upcoming AWC meeting and asked that Council reach out to staff if they were interested in attending. Senior Center Manager Aubry Bright spoke about the upcoming celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the Senior Center and welcomed Council to attend the event. SECOND PUBLIC COMMENT Amy Milller, city resident, shared she appreciated the work done on the fact sheet and spoke about the healing center. She shared the city should consider writing a letter of support for the healing center. ADJOURNMENT Mayor Bruch adjourned the meeting at 7:57 p.m. _____________________________________ _______________________________ Sissi Bruch, Mayor Kari Martinez-Bailey, City Clerk E - 9October 1, 2019 NGELES r � WASH I N G T O N, U. S. A. "dosw:� a MEMO! October 1, 2019 Finance Department We, the undersigned City Officials of the City of Part Angeles, do hereby certify that the merchandise and/or services herein specified have been Sarina Carrizasa received and that these claims are approved for payment in the amount of Finance Director $1,724,087.45 this 1st day of October, 2019. Trina McKee Senior Accountant Ma ry,"Sue French Senior Accountant Mayor City Manager Linda Kheriaty Financial Systems Analyst Melody Schneider Accountant Jane Perkins Payroll Specialist Julie Powell Accounting Technician .Jason Jones Accounting Technician Nicole Blank Administrative Analyst Kathyellen I fancy Customer Services Manager Tracy Rooks Utility Billing Specialist City of Port Angeles City Council Expenditure Report Between Sep 7, 2019 and Sep 20, 2019 Vendor Description Account Number Amount A/R MISCELLANEOUS REFUNDS H & G KIRNER SOM FEE 001-0000-213.10-90 103.50 MISC DEPOSIT & PERMIT REFUNDS LOOMIS DEPOSIT REFUND 001-0000-239.10-00 50.00 LOOMIS DEPOSIT REFUND 001-0000-239.10-00 50.00 SIRCHIE FINGERPRINT LAB POLICE EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY 001-0000-237.00-00 (14.78) US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Credit-Amazon fraud charg 001-0000-213.10-00 (14.09) Uniform Nametapes 001-0000-237.00-00 (14.72) Amazon - Fraud 001-0000-213.10-00 14.09 Credit-Amazon fraud charg 001-0000-213.10-00 (14.09) Target Backers 001-0000-237.00-00 (10.85) City Credit Card Pmt 001-0000-213.10-95 (11,540.78) File Cabnet Keys 001-0000-237.00-00 (1.21) McAfee software auto-rene 001-0000-213.10-00 108.69 City Credit Card Pmt 001-0000-213.10-95 18,912.43 Division Total:$7,628.19 Department Total:$7,628.19 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Lunch-Bruch,French,Wawrin 001-1160-511.43-10 37.91 Tacoma Narrows 001-1160-511.43-10 6.00 Dinner-Bruch,Franch,Wawri 001-1160-511.43-10 108.50 Lunch-Bruch,French,Wawrin 001-1160-511.43-10 31.53 Lodging-LSW 001-1160-511.43-10 391.50 Lodging-M French 001-1160-511.43-10 391.50 Lodging/Parking-S Bruch 001-1160-511.43-10 447.03 Mayor & Council Division Total:$1,413.97 Legislative Department Total:$1,413.97 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Airfare-N West 001-1210-513.43-10 178.30 Seat Selection 001-1210-513.43-10 9.00 Lunch-N West 001-1210-513.43-10 13.22 Breakfast-N West 001-1210-513.43-10 18.32 Dinner-N West 001-1210-513.43-10 39.53 Ferry-N West 001-1210-513.43-10 8.50 Lodging-N West 001-1210-513.43-10 261.00 Lunch-N West 001-1210-513.43-10 13.26 Dinner-N West 001-1210-513.43-10 20.64 Uber-Ferry 001-1210-513.43-10 8.24 Uber-Seatac 001-1210-513.43-10 33.34 Page 1 of 23 Sep 24, 2019 2:12:42 PME - 10October 1, 2019 City of Port Angeles City Council Expenditure Report Between Sep 7, 2019 and Sep 20, 2019 Vendor Description Account Number Amount US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Chamber Lunch-West 001-1210-513.43-10 18.00 Office Supplies 001-1210-513.31-01 32.84 WCMA Conf-West 001-1210-513.43-10 325.00 WCMA Membership 001-1210-513.43-10 315.00 Office Supplies 001-1210-513.31-01 32.55 City Manager Division Total:$1,326.74 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Chamber Lunch 001-1220-516.43-10 36.00 NPELRA Reg-Fountain 001-1220-516.43-10 299.00 WAPELRA Reg-Fountain 001-1220-516.43-10 249.00 Human Resources Division Total:$584.00 MISC EMPLOYEE EXPENSE REIMBURSEMENT TUITION REIMBURSEMENT 001-1230-514.43-10 1,665.00 MISC TRAVEL MB-CLERK CONF PROF DEV II 001-1230-514.43-10 142.05 SOUND PUBLISHING INC MANAGEMENT SERVICES 001-1230-514.44-10 43.45 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Notary Renewal 001-1230-514.49-01 228.12 WAPRO Conf-Martinez-Baile 001-1230-514.43-10 175.00 City Clerk Division Total:$2,253.62 City Manager Department Total:$4,164.36 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Webinar-Carrizosa 001-2020-514.43-10 35.00 WASHINGTON CITY/CNTY MGMT ASSN HUMAN SERVICES 001-2020-514.43-10 750.00 Finance Administration Division Total:$785.00 PACIFIC OFFICE EQUIPMENT INC COMPUTER ACCESSORIES&SUPP 001-2023-514.31-01 178.77 SOUND PUBLISHING INC COMMUNICATIONS/MEDIA SERV 001-2023-514.42-10 141.61 COMMUNICATIONS/MEDIA SERV 001-2023-514.42-10 160.65 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Lodging-French 001-2023-514.43-10 636.45 Lodging-McKee 001-2023-514.43-10 929.60 Accounting Division Total:$2,047.08 LEXISNEXIS FINANCIAL SERVICES 001-2025-514.41-50 163.05 PAYMENTUS GROUP INC Transaction Fees 001-2025-514.41-50 208.00 Transaction Fees 001-2025-514.41-50 5,331.00 Customer Service Division Total:$5,702.05 PACIFIC OFFICE EQUIPMENT INC PAPER (OFFICE,PRINT SHOP) 001-2070-518.31-01 122.16 Reprographics Division Total:$122.16 Finance Department Total:$8,656.29 Page 2 of 23 Sep 24, 2019 2:12:42 PME - 11October 1, 2019 City of Port Angeles City Council Expenditure Report Between Sep 7, 2019 and Sep 20, 2019 Vendor Description Account Number Amount US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Writing Pads 001-3030-515.31-01 77.85 Ferry 001-3030-515.43-10 19.15 Webinar 001-3030-515.43-10 35.00 Ferry 001-3030-515.43-10 27.65 Training-DeFrang 001-3030-515.43-10 158.35 Training-Molay 001-3030-515.43-10 158.35 Webinar 001-3030-515.43-10 35.00 Refund 001-3030-515.43-10 (76.53) Webinar-Bloor 001-3030-515.43-10 35.00 Toner-Bloor 001-3030-515.31-01 206.52 WAPRO Reg-DeFrang 001-3030-515.43-10 175.00 WAPRO Reg-Molay 001-3030-515.43-10 175.00 City Attorney Division Total:$1,026.34 City Attorney Department Total:$1,026.34 MISC BUILDING PERMIT REFUNDS 001-4050-322.10-17 2,588.25 001-4050-322.10-18 184.00 001-4050-322.10-19 199.65 Building Division Total:$2,971.90 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Monthly Survey 001-4060-558.49-01 37.98 Law Update 001-4060-558.43-10 35.00 Renewal Fee-A Brekke 001-4060-558.49-01 30.00 Monthly Survey 001-4060-558.49-01 37.98 Conf Reg-Brekke 001-4060-558.43-10 375.00 Job Posting-SR Planner 001-4060-558.49-01 100.00 Job Posting-SR Planner 001-4060-558.49-01 295.00 Planning Division Total:$910.96 MISC TRAVEL BREKKE-NW WOMENS LEADERSH 001-4071-558.43-10 172.20 BREKKE-NW WOMENS LEADERSH 001-4071-558.43-10 160.40 BREKKE-NW WOMENS LEADERSH 001-4071-558.43-10 212.80 Economic Development Division Total:$545.40 Community Development Department Total:$4,428.26 CONTRACT HARDWARE INC HARDWARE,AND ALLIED ITEMS 001-5010-521.35-01 65.09 MATHEWS GLASS CO INC BUILDING MAINT&REPAIR SER 001-5010-521.48-10 461.67 MISC TRAVEL MCFALL-WA CODE ENFORCEMEN 001-5010-521.43-10 198.20 A MILLER-SPEAKER AT CIT I 001-5010-521.43-10 462.78 Page 3 of 23 Sep 24, 2019 2:12:42 PME - 12October 1, 2019 City of Port Angeles City Council Expenditure Report Between Sep 7, 2019 and Sep 20, 2019 Vendor Description Account Number Amount MISC TRAVEL A MILLER-REGISTRATION CIT 001-5010-521.43-10 200.00 PORT ANGELES POLICE DEPARTMENT Snacks/Accreditation 001-5010-521.31-01 32.56 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Desk Keys 001-5010-521.35-01 9.00 Police Administration Division Total:$1,429.30 LINCOLN STREET STATION EXTERNAL LABOR 001-5021-521.42-10 14.90 MISC TRAVEL PENINGER-AUTOPSY 2019-160 001-5021-521.43-10 57.15 THOMSON REUTERS-WEST MISC PROFESSIONAL SERVICE 001-5021-521.49-01 354.73 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Training-Kuch 001-5021-521.43-10 251.99 Investigation Division Total:$678.77 EVERGREEN TOWING EXTERNAL LABOR SERVICES 001-5022-521.49-90 278.00 JIFFY CLEANERS MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 001-5022-521.31-11 86.96 LAUNDRY/DRY CLEANING SERV 001-5022-521.31-11 28.26 MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 001-5022-521.31-11 32.61 MISC TRAVEL FAIRBANKS-WSPCA FALL K9 S 001-5022-521.49-80 576.55 K MILLER-WSPCA FALL K9 SE 001-5022-521.49-80 590.30 OLYMPIC MEDICAL CENTER HEALTH RELATED SERVICES 001-5022-521.49-90 300.00 PORT ANGELES POLICE DEPARTMENT Fuel 001-5022-521.32-10 64.01 Supplies 001-5022-521.31-01 34.57 SIRCHIE FINGERPRINT LAB POLICE EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY 001-5022-521.31-01 184.65 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Uniform Nametapes 001-5022-521.31-01 183.92 Seminar-E Walker 001-5022-521.43-10 545.00 Target Backers 001-5022-521.31-80 135.54 TV Mounting Bracket 001-5022-521.31-60 74.99 Vizio TV 001-5022-521.31-60 304.35 Patrol Division Total:$3,419.71 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Function Lights-3 001-5026-521.44-30 470.12 Explorer Uniforms 001-5026-521.31-11 296.63 Summer Academy 001-5026-521.43-10 120.00 Summer Academy 001-5026-521.43-10 120.00 Explorer Uniform Shirts-3 001-5026-521.31-11 145.89 Explorer Unform Shirt 001-5026-521.31-11 48.62 Reserves & Volunteers Division Total:$1,201.26 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT Airfare-J Droz 001-5029-521.43-10 188.00 Page 4 of 23 Sep 24, 2019 2:12:42 PME - 13October 1, 2019 City of Port Angeles City Council Expenditure Report Between Sep 7, 2019 and Sep 20, 2019 Vendor Description Account Number Amount SYSTEM Training-Police Records 001-5029-521.43-10 395.00 WAPRO HUMAN SERVICES 001-5029-521.43-10 175.00 Records Division Total:$758.00 LEGACY TELECOMMUNICATIONS, INC EQUIP MAINT & REPAIR SERV 001-5050-521.48-10 345.54 EQUIP MAINT & REPAIR SERV 001-5050-521.48-10 447.44 Facilities Maintenance Division Total:$792.98 Police Department Total:$8,280.02 CENTURYLINK-QWEST 08-23 A/C 206T300778183B 001-6010-522.42-13 64.80 GLOBALSTAR USA 08-16 A/C 1.500189853 001-6010-522.42-10 87.25 JIFFY CLEANERS CLOTHING & APPAREL 001-6010-522.20-80 17.02 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Officers Meeting 001-6010-522.31-01 23.12 Name Plates 001-6010-522.31-01 34.77 Bunker Pants Repair 001-6010-522.31-01 16.18 Snacks-Officers Staff Mtg 001-6010-522.31-01 20.57 Fire Administration Division Total:$263.71 CHIEF SUPPLY INC SUPPLIES 001-6020-522.31-11 887.25 JIFFY CLEANERS CLOTHING & APPAREL 001-6020-522.31-11 97.83 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Name Plates 001-6020-522.31-01 20.09 Binders/Dividers 001-6020-522.31-01 83.10 IFSAC Testing Material 001-6020-522.42-10 39.13 Lodging-Mason 001-6020-522.43-10 208.19 Passport Tags 001-6020-522.31-11 55.24 Refund-Lodging-Mason 001-6020-522.43-10 (208.19) Rescue Equipment 001-6020-522.31-01 1,715.29 Fire Suppression Division Total:$2,897.93 PORT ANGELES CITY TREASURER wasp traps for fair - M S 001-6030-522.31-01 13.00 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Batteries 001-6030-522.31-01 62.95 Office Supplies 001-6030-522.31-01 65.76 Tools 001-6030-522.31-01 11.79 Fire Investigation Tools 001-6030-522.31-01 146.95 Conf Reg-Sanders 001-6030-522.43-10 450.00 Fire Prevention Division Total:$750.45 SWAIN'S GENERAL STORE INC SUPPLIES 001-6045-522.31-01 31.29 FURNITURE, OFFICE 001-6045-522.31-01 260.31 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT Bottled Water 001-6045-522.31-01 32.61 Page 5 of 23 Sep 24, 2019 2:12:42 PME - 14October 1, 2019 City of Port Angeles City Council Expenditure Report Between Sep 7, 2019 and Sep 20, 2019 Vendor Description Account Number Amount SYSTEM Bridge Toll 001-6045-522.43-10 6.00 Snacks for Training 001-6045-522.31-01 64.57 Fire Training Division Total:$394.78 A-1 PERFORMANCE, INC BUILDING MAINT&REPAIR SER 001-6050-522.41-50 307.25 LEGACY TELECOMMUNICATIONS, INC EQUIP MAINT & REPAIR SERV 001-6050-522.48-10 1,846.81 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Fridge Repair/Parts 001-6050-522.48-10 520.59 Facilities Maintenance Division Total:$2,674.65 Fire Department Total:$6,981.52 AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT 001-7010-532.35-01 303.32 COMPUNET, INC COMPUTER SOFTWARE FOR MIC 001-7010-532.31-80 17.98 FASTENAL INDUSTRIAL FIRST AID & SAFETY EQUIP.001-7010-532.31-01 320.06 MISC BUILDING PERMIT REFUNDS 001-7010-322.40-11 180.00 001-7010-322.40-11 180.00 MISC TRAVEL BOEHME-APWA PWX EXPO 001-7010-532.43-10 1,445.88 SCHUNZEL, STEVEN THOMAS DATA PROC SERV &SOFTWARE 001-7010-532.41-50 300.00 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Pens 001-7010-532.43-10 33.41 File Cabnet Keys 001-7010-532.31-01 15.11 Name Plate-R Feller 001-7010-532.43-10 23.90 Job Posting-Engineer 001-7010-532.43-10 370.00 Engineering working lunch 001-7010-532.31-01 6.75 Engineering working lunch 001-7010-532.31-01 33.23 Name Plate-G Miller 001-7010-532.43-10 19.56 Public Works Admin. Division Total:$3,249.20 Public Works & Utilities Department Total:$3,249.20 OLYMPIC STATIONERS INC SUPPLIES 001-8010-574.31-01 15.00 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Staff ID Card Materials 001-8010-574.31-01 58.10 Chamber Lunch-Delikat/Hun 001-8010-574.43-10 36.00 Employment Anniversary Ca 001-8010-574.31-01 6.44 Snack Items-Day of Play e 001-8010-574.31-01 99.79 Snack Items-Day of Play e 001-8010-574.31-01 12.50 Parks Administration Division Total:$227.83 CENTURYLINK-QWEST 3604170786905B 001-8012-555.42-10 49.44 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Aluminum Water Bottles-15 001-8012-555.31-01 66.20 Page 6 of 23 Sep 24, 2019 2:12:42 PME - 15October 1, 2019 City of Port Angeles City Council Expenditure Report Between Sep 7, 2019 and Sep 20, 2019 Vendor Description Account Number Amount US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Adj Pedstal Fan 001-8012-555.31-01 36.83 Senior Center Division Total:$152.47 OLYMPIC STATIONERS INC SUPPLIES 001-8050-536.31-01 27.77 SOUND PUBLISHING INC SUPPLIES 001-8050-536.41-15 325.00 Ocean View Cemetery Division Total:$352.77 AIRPORT GARDEN CENTER SUPPLIES 001-8080-576.31-20 95.23 SUPPLIES 001-8080-576.31-20 77.43 ANGELES MILLWORK & LUMBER SUPPLIES 001-8080-576.31-01 13.02 SUPPLIES 001-8080-576.31-20 31.40 SUPPLIES 001-8080-576.31-20 21.78 SUPPLIES 001-8080-576.31-20 91.74 SUPPLIES 001-8080-576.31-20 45.02 SUPPLIES 001-8080-576.31-20 26.65 SUPPLIES 001-8080-576.31-20 10.60 SUPPLIES 001-8080-576.31-20 26.76 SUPPLIES 001-8080-576.31-20 30.75 SUPPLIES 001-8080-576.31-20 72.83 SUPPLIES 001-8080-576.31-20 124.17 BAILEY SIGNS & GRAPHICS SUPPLIES 001-8080-576.31-20 2,445.75 CLARK HORTICULTURAL, INC. SUPPLIES 001-8080-576.48-10 1,619.63 FASTENAL INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES 001-8080-576.31-20 58.98 FLAMINGO AUDIO SUPPLIES 001-8080-576.48-10 1,099.18 HARTNAGEL BUILDING SUPPLY INC SUPPLIES 001-8080-576.31-20 15.75 HEARTLINE SUPPLIES 001-8080-576.31-40 95.66 KNIGHT FIRE PROTECTION INC SUPPLIES 001-8080-576.48-10 141.31 SUPPLIES 001-8080-576.48-10 141.31 SUPPLIES 001-8080-576.48-10 152.18 SWAIN'S GENERAL STORE INC SUPPLIES 001-8080-576.31-20 21.42 SUPPLIES 001-8080-576.31-20 93.35 SUPPLIES 001-8080-576.31-20 264.71 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Fire Hose 001-8080-576.31-20 117.40 Park Shop Storage 001-8080-576.49-90 81.53 Arborist Re-cert-Keohokal 001-8080-576.49-01 120.00 Pesticide Storage Signs-4 001-8080-576.31-20 49.00 Page 7 of 23 Sep 24, 2019 2:12:42 PME - 16October 1, 2019 City of Port Angeles City Council Expenditure Report Between Sep 7, 2019 and Sep 20, 2019 Vendor Description Account Number Amount US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Monthly Rent-20ft Contain 001-8080-576.49-90 81.53 Parks Facilities Division Total:$7,266.07 Parks & Recreation Department Total:$7,999.14 CED/CONSOLIDATED ELEC DIST SUPPLIES 001-8112-555.31-20 365.65 Senior Center Facilities Division Total:$365.65 CED/CONSOLIDATED ELEC DIST SUPPLIES 001-8131-518.31-20 62.23 SUPPLIES 001-8131-518.31-20 347.84 HARTNAGEL BUILDING SUPPLY INC SUPPLIES 001-8131-518.31-20 142.60 LEGACY TELECOMMUNICATIONS, INC EQUIP MAINT & REPAIR SERV 001-8131-518.48-10 691.04 EQUIP MAINT & REPAIR SERV 001-8131-518.48-10 894.87 THURMAN SUPPLY SUPPLIES 001-8131-518.31-20 28.38 SUPPLIES 001-8131-518.31-20 10.54 THYSSENKRUPP ELEVATOR CORP SUPPLIES 001-8131-518.48-10 1,262.85 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Room Supplies 001-8131-518.31-01 34.21 Room Supplies 001-8131-518.31-01 44.03 Room Supplies 001-8131-518.31-01 62.58 Panic Button 001-8131-518.31-01 365.41 Vern Burton Sound System 001-8131-518.31-20 27.95 Dishwasher part 001-8131-518.31-20 88.43 Central Svcs Facilities Division Total:$4,062.96 Facilities Maintenance Department Total:$4,428.61 ROONEY, RANDY L PAYMENT FOR ASSIGNING UMP 001-8221-574.41-50 300.00 WA AMATEUR SOFTBALL ASSN PAYMENT TO REGISTER TEAMS 001-8221-574.41-50 392.00 Sports Programs Division Total:$692.00 Recreation Activities Department Total:$692.00 General Fund Fund Total:$58,947.90 ANGELES CONCRETE PRODUCTS ROAD/HWY MATERIALS ASPHLT 102-7230-542.31-20 269.00 ANGELES MILLWORK & LUMBER SUPPLIES 102-7230-542.31-20 20.76 FAMILY SHOE STORE SHOES AND BOOTS 102-7230-542.31-01 126.05 FASTENAL INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY & HEAVY HRDWARE 102-7230-542.35-01 533.71 SUPPLIES 102-7230-542.31-01 374.53 HAND TOOLS ,POW&NON POWER 102-7230-542.35-01 167.29 FIRST AID & SAFETY EQUIP.102-7230-542.31-01 217.08 HAND TOOLS ,POW&NON POWER 102-7230-542.31-01 381.87 Page 8 of 23 Sep 24, 2019 2:12:42 PME - 17October 1, 2019 City of Port Angeles City Council Expenditure Report Between Sep 7, 2019 and Sep 20, 2019 Vendor Description Account Number Amount FASTENAL INDUSTRIAL HAND TOOLS ,POW&NON POWER 102-7230-542.35-01 345.87 JJC RESOURCES, LLC ROAD/HWY MAT NONASPHALTIC 102-7230-542.31-20 1,122.97 LAKESIDE INDUSTRIES INC ROAD/HWY MATERIALS ASPHLT 102-7230-542.31-20 7,458.56 MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 102-7230-542.31-20 168.00 MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 102-7230-542.31-20 268.30 ROAD/HWY MATERIALS ASPHLT 102-7230-542.31-20 996.89 ROAD/HWY MATERIALS ASPHLT 102-7230-542.31-20 3,053.27 ROAD/HWY MATERIALS ASPHLT 102-7230-542.31-20 733.72 LEGACY TELECOMMUNICATIONS, INC EQUIP MAINT & REPAIR SERV 102-7230-542.48-10 692.80 MISC TRAVEL CAMERON-ROAD/ST MAINT SUP 102-7230-542.43-10 82.50 ROMERO--ROAD/ST MAINT SUP 102-7230-542.43-10 82.50 OLYMPIC STATIONERS INC SUPPLIES 102-7230-542.31-01 45.21 PORT ANGELES POWER EQUIPMENT HAND TOOLS ,POW&NON POWER 102-7230-542.35-01 95.46 SUPPLIES 102-7230-542.31-01 91.08 PUD #1 OF CLALLAM COUNTY MISC PROFESSIONAL SERVICE 102-7230-542.47-10 11.88 MISC PROFESSIONAL SERVICE 102-7230-542.47-10 18.89 SWAIN'S GENERAL STORE INC SUPPLIES 102-7230-542.35-01 34.11 SUPPLIES 102-7230-542.31-20 34.72 FIRST AID & SAFETY EQUIP.102-7230-542.31-01 759.92 SUPPLIES 102-7230-542.31-01 127.58 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Membership-Boehme 102-7230-542.49-01 167.00 Street Division Total:$18,481.52 Public Works-Street Department Total:$18,481.52 Street Fund Total:$18,481.52 CENTURYLINK 09-06 A/C 300539444 107-5160-528.42-11 58.64 CENTURYLINK-QWEST 09-02 A/C 360Z020380301B 107-5160-528.42-11 202.62 HERRICK POLYGRAPH SERVICE SECURITY,FIRE,SAFETY SERV 107-5160-528.41-50 350.00 JEFFERSON COUNTY 911 MISC PROFESSIONAL SERVICE 107-5160-528.41-50 18,937.00 LEGACY TELECOMMUNICATIONS, INC EQUIP MAINT & REPAIR SERV 107-5160-528.48-10 345.54 EQUIP MAINT & REPAIR SERV 107-5160-528.48-10 447.44 MCFALL, BARBARA SECURITY,FIRE,SAFETY SERV 107-5160-528.41-50 400.00 MISC EMPLOYEE EXPENSE REIMBURSEMENT 3 NIGHTS HOTEL-EMERG TECH 107-5160-528.43-11 456.70 SOUND PUBLISHING INC COMMUNICATIONS/MEDIA SERV 107-5160-528.41-15 300.39 Page 9 of 23 Sep 24, 2019 2:12:42 PME - 18October 1, 2019 City of Port Angeles City Council Expenditure Report Between Sep 7, 2019 and Sep 20, 2019 Vendor Description Account Number Amount SOUND PUBLISHING INC COMMUNICATIONS/MEDIA SERV 107-5160-528.41-15 366.35 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Typewriter Ribbons 107-5160-528.31-01 29.87 AA & AAA Batteries 107-5160-528.31-01 43.46 Shipping-Chair Parts 107-5160-528.42-10 16.66 Computer Cables-4 107-5160-528.31-60 43.44 Video Cards-3 107-5160-528.31-60 732.17 Lodging-C Brooks 107-5160-528.43-11 776.03 Refund-Lodging-C Brooks 107-5160-528.43-11 (776.03) VERTIV BUILDING MAINT&REPAIR SER 107-5160-528.48-10 1,792.89 VOIANCE LANGUAGE SERVICES, LLC MISC PROFESSIONAL SERVICE 107-5160-528.48-10 11.28 WAPRO SECURITY,FIRE,SAFETY SERV 107-5160-528.43-10 175.00 Pencom Division Total:$24,709.45 Pencom Department Total:$24,709.45 Pencom Fund Total:$24,709.45 HEWLETT-PACKARD COMPANY COMPUTER HARDWARE&PERIPHE 310-5950-594.65-10 73.42 Homeland Security Division Total:$73.42 Public Safety Projects Department Total:$73.42 Capital Improvement Fund Total:$73.42 LAKESIDE INDUSTRIES INC CONSTRUCTION SERVICES,HEA 312-7930-595.65-10 447,080.03 GF-Street Projects Division Total:$447,080.03 Capital Projects-Pub Wks Department Total:$447,080.03 Transportation Benefit Fund Total:$447,080.03 ANIXTER, INC ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY 401-0000-141.41-00 252.73 ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY 401-0000-141.41-00 2,396.84 Return Item 401-0000-141.41-00 (788.08) CED/CONSOLIDATED ELEC DIST ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY 401-0000-141.42-00 343.09 ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY 401-0000-141.42-00 206.89 MISC ONE-TIME VENDORS BID SECURITY BOND DEPOSIT 401-0000-245.90-10 5,390.11 BID SECURITY BOND DEPOSIT 401-0000-245.90-10 2,024.00 MISC UTILITY DEPOSIT REFUNDS OVERPAYMENT-2716 PORTER 401-0000-122.10-99 195.41 FINAL BILL REFUND 401-0000-122.10-99 7.16 FINAL BILL REFUND 401-0000-122.10-99 10.90 FINAL BILL REFUND 401-0000-122.10-99 19.17 FINAL BILL REFUND 401-0000-122.10-99 26.96 Page 10 of 23 Sep 24, 2019 2:12:42 PME - 19October 1, 2019 City of Port Angeles City Council Expenditure Report Between Sep 7, 2019 and Sep 20, 2019 Vendor Description Account Number Amount MISC UTILITY DEPOSIT REFUNDS FINAL BILL REFUND 401-0000-122.10-99 62.73 FINAL BILL REFUND 401-0000-122.10-99 78.72 FINAL BILL REFUND 401-0000-122.10-99 80.41 FINAL BILL REFUND 401-0000-122.10-99 81.77 FINAL BILL REFUND 401-0000-122.10-99 417.10 UTILITY DEPOSIT REFUND 401-0000-122.10-99 250.00 OVERPAYMENT-1010 SPRUCE 401-0000-122.10-99 190.05 OVERPAYMENT-1924 S PINE 401-0000-122.10-99 1.98 OVERPAYMENT-208 LOPEZ AVE 401-0000-122.10-99 0.24 WESCO DISTRIBUTION INC ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY 401-0000-141.41-00 722.31 Division Total:$11,970.49 Department Total:$11,970.49 CAPTAIN T'S CLOTHING & APPAREL 401-7111-533.31-01 68.26 EXPRESS PERSONNEL SERVICES PERS,TEMP EMPLOYMENT AGCY 401-7111-533.41-50 1,395.60 MISC TRAVEL SHERE-INTRO TO ARCGIS PRO 401-7111-533.43-10 287.70 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Staking Cert Training-Tor 401-7111-533.43-10 1,610.00 Engineering-Electric Division Total:$3,361.56 EES CONSULTING INC MISC PROFESSIONAL SERVICE 401-7120-533.49-01 362.80 MARSH MUNDORF PRATT SULLIVAN CONSULTING SERVICES 401-7120-533.49-01 244.83 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Lodging - King 401-7120-533.41-50 337.76 Lodging-Shere 401-7120-533.43-10 116.27 Power Systems Division Total:$1,061.66 ALDERGROVE CONSTRUCTION INC ROADSIDE,GRNDS,REC, PARK 401-7180-533.48-10 2,355.53 ANIXTER, INC ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY 401-7180-533.35-01 1,346.79 CED/CONSOLIDATED ELEC DIST ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY 401-7180-533.31-01 1,649.76 Return Item 401-7180-533.31-01 (317.10) ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY 401-7180-533.34-02 5,706.75 ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY 401-7180-533.31-20 173.92 ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY 401-7180-533.31-20 173.92 ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY 401-7180-533.31-20 347.84 ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY 401-7180-533.34-02 597.85 ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY 401-7180-533.34-02 608.72 ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY 401-7180-533.34-02 239.14 Page 11 of 23 Sep 24, 2019 2:12:42 PME - 20October 1, 2019 City of Port Angeles City Council Expenditure Report Between Sep 7, 2019 and Sep 20, 2019 Vendor Description Account Number Amount CED/CONSOLIDATED ELEC DIST ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY 401-7180-533.34-02 38.05 ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY 401-7180-533.34-02 38.07 ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY 401-7180-533.31-20 173.92 ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY 401-7180-533.34-02 50.82 ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY 401-7180-533.34-02 233.71 CLINICARE, LLC HEALTH RELATED SERVICES 401-7180-533.49-90 175.00 DESIGNER DECAL, INC ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY 401-7180-533.34-02 1,026.95 INSTRUMENT TECHNOLOGY CORP. ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY 401-7180-533.35-01 1,563.11 KENNEDY, STEPHEN H. REAL PROPERTY,RENT/LEASE 401-7180-533.45-30 10,330.62 LEGACY TELECOMMUNICATIONS, INC EQUIP MAINT & REPAIR SERV 401-7180-533.48-10 1,533.76 LINCOLN STREET STATION Shipping Chgs 401-7180-533.42-10 12.63 M & P GARAGE DOORS BUILDING MAINT&REPAIR SER 401-7180-533.48-10 273.91 MATT'S TOOLS USA, LLC HARDWARE,AND ALLIED ITEMS 401-7180-533.35-01 70.30 HARDWARE,AND ALLIED ITEMS 401-7180-533.35-01 685.16 MISC BUILDING PERMIT REFUNDS 401-7180-343.30-24 770.00 MISC DEPOSIT & PERMIT REFUNDS REFUND MEMO 401-7180-379.00-00 3,213.32 MISC EMPLOYEE EXPENSE REIMBURSEMENT MEAL REIMBURSEMENT 401-7180-533.31-01 37.00 MEAL REIMBURSEMENT 401-7180-533.31-01 37.00 MEAL REIMBURSEMENT 401-7180-533.31-01 37.00 MEAL REIMBURSEMENT 401-7180-533.31-01 37.00 MEAL REIMBURSEMENT 401-7180-533.31-01 37.00 EMPLOYEE REIMBURSEMENT 401-7180-533.43-10 94.50 SECURITY SERVICES NW, INC COMMUNICATIONS/MEDIA SERV 401-7180-533.41-50 750.00 SWAIN'S GENERAL STORE INC ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY 401-7180-533.35-01 48.43 THURMAN SUPPLY ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY 401-7180-533.34-02 7.29 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Airfare-T peppard 401-7180-533.43-10 407.80 Travel Insurance 401-7180-533.43-10 25.49 Parking-T Peppard 401-7180-533.43-10 74.70 Lodging-R Smith 401-7180-533.43-10 723.35 Ferry 401-7180-533.43-10 38.30 Lodging-S Shere 401-7180-533.43-10 484.59 Lodging-B Raymond 401-7180-533.43-10 380.67 UPS pick-up 401-7180-533.42-10 6.22 UPS shipping 401-7180-533.42-10 36.37 Page 12 of 23 Sep 24, 2019 2:12:42 PME - 21October 1, 2019 City of Port Angeles City Council Expenditure Report Between Sep 7, 2019 and Sep 20, 2019 Vendor Description Account Number Amount US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM WA Elec Install Rules-Pep 401-7180-533.43-10 47.83 UTILITIES UNDERGROUND LOC CTR MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 401-7180-533.49-90 27.72 Electric Operations Division Total:$36,410.71 Public Works-Electric Department Total:$40,833.93 Electric Utility Fund Total:$52,804.42 FERGUSON ENTERPRISES INC PIPE FITTINGS 402-0000-141.40-00 3,752.76 Division Total:$3,752.76 Department Total:$3,752.76 ANGELES MILLWORK & LUMBER POISONS:AGRICUL & INDUSTR 402-7380-534.31-01 14.45 LUMBER& RELATED PRODUCTS 402-7380-534.31-20 22.15 BACKFLOW APPARATUS & VALVE CO PLUMBING EQUIP FIXT,SUPP 402-7380-534.31-20 399.36 BRANOM INSTRUMENT COMPANY MISC PROFESSIONAL SERVICE 402-7380-534.41-50 231.83 CONTRACT HARDWARE INC HARDWARE,AND ALLIED ITEMS 402-7380-534.31-20 79.55 DRY CREEK WATER ASSN, INC MISC PROFESSIONAL SERVICE 402-7380-534.33-10 679.01 FASTENAL INDUSTRIAL HAND TOOLS ,POW&NON POWER 402-7380-534.35-01 223.01 FERGUSON ENTERPRISES INC PIPE FITTINGS 402-7380-534.31-20 97.83 FIRE CHIEF EQUIPMENT CO, INC EQUIP MAINT & REPAIR SERV 402-7380-534.48-10 47.28 HARTNAGEL BUILDING SUPPLY INC ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY 402-7380-534.31-20 22.43 HEARTLINE SEED,SOD,SOIL&INOCULANT 402-7380-534.31-20 89.13 LAYFIELD USA CORPORATION MARINE CONSTRUCTION SERVI 402-7380-534.48-10 50,654.20 LEGACY TELECOMMUNICATIONS, INC EQUIP MAINT & REPAIR SERV 402-7380-534.48-10 1,537.78 EQUIP MAINT & REPAIR SERV 402-7380-534.48-10 1,779.42 EQUIP MAINT & REPAIR SERV 402-7380-534.48-10 2,482.71 EQUIP MAINT & REPAIR SERV 402-7380-534.48-10 7,358.99 LEITZ FARMS, INC AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 402-7380-534.31-01 156.17 LINCOLN INDUSTRIAL CORP PIPE AND TUBING 402-7380-534.31-20 22.51 MISC TRAVEL GROVES-L118 WATER DIST MG 402-7380-534.43-10 438.24 PUD #1 OF CLALLAM COUNTY MISC PROFESSIONAL SERVICE 402-7380-534.47-10 5.00 MISC PROFESSIONAL SERVICE 402-7380-534.47-10 52.53 SHOTWELL CORP, JONATHAN BUILDING MAINT&REPAIR SER 402-7380-534.31-20 200.00 SPECTRA LABORATORIES-KITSAP TESTING&CALIBRATION SERVI 402-7380-534.41-50 189.00 SWAIN'S GENERAL STORE INC SUPPLIES 402-7380-534.31-01 123.61 FIRST AID & SAFETY EQUIP.402-7380-534.31-01 44.39 Page 13 of 23 Sep 24, 2019 2:12:42 PME - 22October 1, 2019 City of Port Angeles City Council Expenditure Report Between Sep 7, 2019 and Sep 20, 2019 Vendor Description Account Number Amount SWAIN'S GENERAL STORE INC COOLER, DRINKING WATER 402-7380-534.31-01 78.58 TECHNICAL SYSTEMS, INC ENGINEERING SERVICES 402-7380-534.48-02 1,440.28 THURMAN SUPPLY TAPE(NOT DP,SOUND,VIDEO) 402-7380-534.31-20 90.37 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Roof Repair Kit-Ranney We 402-7380-534.31-01 184.90 Generator Part 402-7380-534.31-20 114.12 UTILITIES UNDERGROUND LOC CTR MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 402-7380-534.49-90 27.72 Water Division Total:$68,886.55 DM DISPOSAL CO. BUILDING MAINT&REPAIR SER 402-7382-534.47-10 49.12 KAASM, LLC DATA PROC SERV &SOFTWARE 402-7382-534.31-60 2,152.26 LEGACY TELECOMMUNICATIONS, INC EQUIP MAINT & REPAIR SERV 402-7382-534.48-10 2,001.83 EQUIP MAINT & REPAIR SERV 402-7382-534.48-10 3,265.85 EQUIP MAINT & REPAIR SERV 402-7382-534.48-10 3,933.13 EQUIP MAINT & REPAIR SERV 402-7382-534.48-10 4,410.53 PUD #1 OF CLALLAM COUNTY MISC PROFESSIONAL SERVICE 402-7382-534.47-10 38.64 TRANSCO INDUSTRIES, INC ELECTRICAL CABLES & WIRES 402-7382-534.31-20 654.37 Industrial Water Treatmnt Division Total:$16,505.73 Public Works-Water Department Total:$85,392.28 Water Utility Fund Total:$89,145.04 FLUID COMPONENTS INTERNATIONAL PUMPS & ACCESSORIES 403-0000-237.00-00 (97.78) NCL NORTH CENTRAL LABORATORIES CHEMICAL LAB EQUIP & SUPP 403-0000-237.00-00 (82.27) Division Total:($180.05) Department Total:($180.05) ALDERGROVE CONSTRUCTION INC ROADSIDE,GRNDS,REC, PARK 403-7480-535.48-10 981.56 ANGELES MILLWORK & LUMBER ROAD/HWY MAT NONASPHALTIC 403-7480-535.31-20 17.34 CUES SHIPPING AND HANDLING 403-7480-535.48-10 28.02 AUTO & TRUCK ACCESSORIES 403-7480-535.48-10 2,858.19 EDGE ANALYTICAL MISC PROFESSIONAL SERVICE 403-7480-535.41-50 374.00 FASTENAL INDUSTRIAL METALS,BARS,PLATES,RODS 403-7480-535.31-20 259.17 FIRST AID & SAFETY EQUIP.403-7480-535.31-01 339.76 PLUMBING EQUIP FIXT,SUPP 403-7480-535.31-20 22.41 FLUID COMPONENTS INTERNATIONAL PUMPS & ACCESSORIES 403-7480-535.31-20 1,221.66 GRAINGER PIPE FITTINGS 403-7480-535.31-20 544.96 Page 14 of 23 Sep 24, 2019 2:12:42 PME - 23October 1, 2019 City of Port Angeles City Council Expenditure Report Between Sep 7, 2019 and Sep 20, 2019 Vendor Description Account Number Amount HARTNAGEL BUILDING SUPPLY INC JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 403-7480-535.31-01 126.39 HOME DEPOT PRO-SUPPLYWORKS PAPER & PLASTIC-DISPOSABL 403-7480-535.31-01 44.15 PAPER & PLASTIC-DISPOSABL 403-7480-535.31-01 103.74 PAPER & PLASTIC-DISPOSABL 403-7480-535.31-01 (48.92) JOHNSON CONTROLS SECURITY SOLUTIONS SECURITY,FIRE,SAFETY SERV 403-7480-535.41-50 420.00 SECURITY,FIRE,SAFETY SERV 403-7480-535.41-50 255.61 SECURITY,FIRE,SAFETY SERV 403-7480-535.41-50 276.21 LEGACY TELECOMMUNICATIONS, INC EQUIP MAINT & REPAIR SERV 403-7480-535.48-10 1,295.70 EQUIP MAINT & REPAIR SERV 403-7480-535.48-10 1,316.36 EQUIP MAINT & REPAIR SERV 403-7480-535.48-10 1,537.78 EQUIP MAINT & REPAIR SERV 403-7480-535.48-10 1,754.42 EQUIP MAINT & REPAIR SERV 403-7480-535.48-10 1,776.15 EQUIP MAINT & REPAIR SERV 403-7480-535.48-10 2,277.27 EQUIP MAINT & REPAIR SERV 403-7480-535.48-10 2,482.71 EQUIP MAINT & REPAIR SERV 403-7480-535.48-10 5,254.56 MACDONALD MILLER SOLUTIONS, INC CONSTRUCTION SERVICES,HEA 403-7480-535.48-10 789.16 MASCO PETROLEUM, INC FUEL,OIL,GREASE, & LUBES 403-7480-535.32-11 1,238.54 MISC BUILDING PERMIT REFUNDS 403-7480-322.10-29 150.00 403-7480-343.50-24 2,260.00 NCL NORTH CENTRAL LABORATORIES CHEMICAL LAB EQUIP & SUPP 403-7480-535.31-01 1,027.89 PUD #1 OF CLALLAM COUNTY MISC PROFESSIONAL SERVICE 403-7480-535.47-10 248.81 PUMPTECH INC EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE,REC 403-7480-535.48-10 652.20 SWAIN'S GENERAL STORE INC POISONS:AGRICUL & INDUSTR 403-7480-535.31-01 67.00 SHOES AND BOOTS 403-7480-535.31-01 165.12 FOODS: PERISHABLE 403-7480-535.31-01 12.85 SUPPLIES 403-7480-535.31-01 28.75 SUPPLIES 403-7480-535.35-01 73.46 SUPPLIES 403-7480-535.31-01 76.54 HOSES, ALL KINDS 403-7480-535.35-01 124.84 JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 403-7480-535.31-01 17.84 THURMAN SUPPLY PIPE AND TUBING 403-7480-535.31-20 206.98 PIPE FITTINGS 403-7480-535.31-20 0.98 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Exam-J Divelbiss 403-7480-535.43-10 100.00 Page 15 of 23 Sep 24, 2019 2:12:42 PME - 24October 1, 2019 City of Port Angeles City Council Expenditure Report Between Sep 7, 2019 and Sep 20, 2019 Vendor Description Account Number Amount US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Registration-Freed 403-7480-535.43-10 350.00 USA BLUEBOOK PUMPS & ACCESSORIES 403-7480-535.31-20 270.74 UTILITIES UNDERGROUND LOC CTR MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 403-7480-535.49-90 27.72 Wastewater Division Total:$33,408.62 Public Works-WW/Stormwtr Department Total:$33,408.62 Wastewater Utility Fund Total:$33,228.57 PERENNIAL ENERGY LLC ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY 404-0000-237.00-00 (382.71) Division Total:($382.71) Department Total:($382.71) ALL WEATHER HEATING & COOLING ENVIRONMENTAL&ECOLOGICAL 404-7538-537.48-10 1,963.12 CLALLAM CNTY SOLID WASTE DEPT BLDG CONSTRUC. SERVICES- 404-7538-537.49-90 2,696.31 MISC EMPLOYEE EXPENSE REIMBURSEMENT MEAL REIMBURSEMENT 404-7538-537.31-01 57.00 PACIFIC OFFICE EQUIPMENT INC SUPPLIES 404-7538-537.31-01 480.44 SW - Transfer Station Division Total:$5,196.87 LEGACY TELECOMMUNICATIONS, INC EQUIP MAINT & REPAIR SERV 404-7580-537.48-10 692.80 MISC EMPLOYEE EXPENSE REIMBURSEMENT MEAL REIMBURSEMENT 404-7580-537.31-01 19.00 MEAL REIMBURSEMENT 404-7580-537.31-01 19.00 MEAL REIMBURSEMENT 404-7580-537.31-01 19.00 MEAL REIMBURSEMENT 404-7580-537.31-01 19.00 MEAL REIMBURSEMENT 404-7580-537.31-01 38.00 NAPA AUTO PARTS JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 404-7580-537.31-20 41.70 PORT ANGELES CITY TREASURER office supplies - T McCab 404-7580-537.31-01 35.41 SWAIN'S GENERAL STORE INC SUPPLIES 404-7580-537.31-20 21.60 SWANA MEMBERSHIPS 404-7580-537.49-01 223.00 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Processing Fee 404-7580-537.44-50 0.77 Solid Waste Collection Ta 404-7580-537.44-50 30.79 Solid Waste-Collections Division Total:$1,160.07 2 GRADE, LLC ROADSIDE,GRNDS,REC, PARK 404-7585-537.48-10 32,235.59 MATT'S TOOLS USA, LLC HAND TOOLS ,POW&NON POWER 404-7585-537.35-01 113.17 PERENNIAL ENERGY LLC ELECTRICAL EQUIP & SUPPLY 404-7585-537.48-10 4,781.62 Solid Waste-Landfill Division Total:$37,130.38 Page 16 of 23 Sep 24, 2019 2:12:42 PME - 25October 1, 2019 City of Port Angeles City Council Expenditure Report Between Sep 7, 2019 and Sep 20, 2019 Vendor Description Account Number Amount Public Works-Solid Waste Department Total:$43,487.32 Solid Waste Utility Fund Total:$43,104.61 ANGELES CONCRETE PRODUCTS ROAD/HWY MAT NONASPHALTIC 406-7412-538.31-20 1,663.11 ANGELES MILLWORK & LUMBER SUPPLIES 406-7412-538.31-01 30.63 CLALLAM CNTY ROAD DEPT TESTING&CALIBRATION SERVI 406-7412-538.41-50 158.42 FASTENAL INDUSTRIAL FIRST AID & SAFETY EQUIP.406-7412-538.31-01 140.18 OPTICAL EQUIP ACESS& SUPP 406-7412-538.31-01 26.40 HARDWARE,AND ALLIED ITEMS 406-7412-538.35-01 58.02 JJC RESOURCES, LLC ROAD/HWY MAT NONASPHALTIC 406-7412-538.31-20 184.27 MISC BUILDING PERMIT REFUNDS 406-7412-343.20-00 300.00 MISC EMPLOYEE EXPENSE REIMBURSEMENT SAFETY BOOT REIMBURSEMENT 406-7412-538.31-01 217.59 MISC TRAVEL BOEHME-WEST SOUND STORMWA 406-7412-538.43-10 13.75 MCINTYRE-WEST SOUND STORM 406-7412-538.43-10 13.75 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Processing Fee 406-7412-538.49-50 1.22 Stormwater Dept Tax 406-7412-538.49-50 48.69 Ferry-Baack 406-7412-538.43-10 38.30 UTILITIES UNDERGROUND LOC CTR MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 406-7412-538.49-90 27.72 Stormwater Division Total:$2,922.05 Public Works-WW/Stormwtr Department Total:$2,922.05 Stormwater Utility Fund Total:$2,922.05 CLALLAM CNTY EMS MEMBERSHIPS 409-6025-526.41-50 840.00 FAMILY SHOE STORE SHOES AND BOOTS 409-6025-526.20-80 211.85 LIFE ASSIST SALE SURPLUS/OBSOLETE 409-6025-526.31-01 878.53 SALE SURPLUS/OBSOLETE 409-6025-526.31-13 100.45 SALE SURPLUS/OBSOLETE 409-6025-526.31-01 748.55 SALE SURPLUS/OBSOLETE 409-6025-526.31-13 107.94 SALE SURPLUS/OBSOLETE 409-6025-526.31-13 208.40 REIFENSTAHL, PATRICIA FIRST AID & SAFETY EQUIP.409-6025-526.31-08 50.00 SOUTHERN ANESTHESIA & SURGICAL, INC SALE SURPLUS/OBSOLETE 409-6025-526.31-13 176.59 SYSTEMS DESIGN WEST, LLC HUMAN SERVICES 409-6025-526.41-50 31,759.50 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Lodging-Montana 409-6025-526.43-10 259.40 Lodging-Montana 409-6025-526.43-10 270.64 Ambulance Logo 409-6025-526.31-01 618.45 Page 17 of 23 Sep 24, 2019 2:12:42 PME - 26October 1, 2019 City of Port Angeles City Council Expenditure Report Between Sep 7, 2019 and Sep 20, 2019 Vendor Description Account Number Amount US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Paint for Medic Stickers 409-6025-526.31-01 3.79 Faceshields 409-6025-526.31-08 154.35 ZOLL MEDICAL CORPORATION SALE SURPLUS/OBSOLETE 409-6025-526.31-01 21.39 Medic I Division Total:$36,409.83 Fire Department Total:$36,409.83 Medic I Utility Fund Total:$36,409.83 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Parking 413-7481-535.43-10 28.00 Ferry 413-7481-535.43-10 4.25 Parking 413-7481-535.43-10 40.00 Uber 413-7481-535.43-10 6.02 Yellow Cab 413-7481-535.43-10 13.10 Lodging 413-7481-535.43-10 282.99 Lodging 413-7481-535.43-10 311.58 Wastewater Remediation Division Total:$685.94 Public Works-WW/Stormwtr Department Total:$685.94 Harbor Clean Up Fund Total:$685.94 ALL WEATHER HEATING & COOLING CITY REBATE 421-7121-533.49-86 500.00 CITY REBATE 421-7121-533.49-86 500.00 CITY REBATE 421-7121-533.49-86 500.00 ALPHA BUILDER CORPORATION CITY REBATE 421-7121-533.49-86 2,728.58 BILL MAIR HEATING & AIR, INC CITY REBATE 421-7121-533.49-86 500.00 DAVE'S HEATING & COOLING SVC CITY REBATE 421-7121-533.49-86 500.00 CITY REBATE 421-7121-533.49-86 500.00 GLASS SERVICES CO INC CITY REBATE 421-7121-533.49-86 120.00 CITY REBATE 421-7121-533.49-86 192.00 CITY REBATE 421-7121-533.49-86 108.00 CITY REBATE 421-7121-533.49-86 450.00 MISC TRAVEL CURRIE-CERT ENERGY MGR TR 421-7121-533.43-10 37.30 PENINSULA HEAT INC CITY REBATE 421-7121-533.49-86 3,782.76 CITY REBATE 421-7121-533.49-86 500.00 CITY REBATE 421-7121-533.49-86 500.00 TRACY'S INSULATION CITY REBATE 421-7121-533.49-86 816.40 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Registration-Kajfasz 421-7121-533.43-10 25.00 Registration-Currie/King 421-7121-533.43-10 50.00 Registration-Kajfasz 421-7121-533.43-10 250.00 Page 18 of 23 Sep 24, 2019 2:12:42 PME - 27October 1, 2019 City of Port Angeles City Council Expenditure Report Between Sep 7, 2019 and Sep 20, 2019 Vendor Description Account Number Amount US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM Cert Mgr Course-Currie 421-7121-533.43-10 1,750.00 Conservation Division Total:$14,310.04 Public Works-Electric Department Total:$14,310.04 Conservation Fund Total:$14,310.04 KENNEDY/JENKS CONSULTANTS CONSULTING SERVICES 453-7488-594.65-10 15,264.28 Wastewater Projects Division Total:$15,264.28 Public Works-WW/Stormwtr Department Total:$15,264.28 WasteWater Utility CIP Fund Total:$15,264.28 AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES AUTO & TRUCK ACCESSORIES 501-0000-141.40-00 259.79 ASSOCIATED PETROLEUM PRODUCTS, INC FUEL,OIL,GREASE, & LUBES 501-0000-141.20-00 (4,780.30) FUEL,OIL,GREASE, & LUBES 501-0000-141.20-00 4,654.97 FUEL,OIL,GREASE, & LUBES 501-0000-141.20-00 4,780.30 FUEL,OIL,GREASE, & LUBES 501-0000-141.20-00 5,304.20 BAXTER AUTO PARTS #15 AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-0000-141.40-00 10.33 AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-0000-141.40-00 10.33 AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-0000-141.40-00 37.93 HOSES, ALL KINDS 501-0000-141.40-00 9.72 HOSES, ALL KINDS 501-0000-141.40-00 9.72 FIRE CHIEF EQUIPMENT CO, INC AUTO & TRUCK ACCESSORIES 501-0000-141.40-00 474.75 MASCO PETROLEUM, INC FUEL,OIL,GREASE, & LUBES 501-0000-141.20-00 588.23 MCMASTER-CARR SUPPLY CO AUTO & TRUCK ACCESSORIES 501-0000-141.40-00 97.33 NAPA AUTO PARTS AUTO & TRUCK ACCESSORIES 501-0000-141.40-00 8.35 AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-0000-141.40-00 279.81 AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-0000-141.40-00 265.90 O'REILLY AUTO PARTS HOSES, ALL KINDS 501-0000-141.40-00 40.39 PENINSULA LUBRICANTS AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-0000-141.40-00 720.83 AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-0000-141.40-00 135.22 PORT ANGELES TIRE FACTORY AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-0000-141.40-00 273.75 VERSALIFT NORTHWEST, LLC AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-0000-237.00-00 (19.14) WESTERN PETERBILT INC AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-0000-141.40-00 113.81 AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-0000-141.40-00 3.79 Division Total:$13,280.01 Department Total:$13,280.01 AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.35-01 240.26 Page 19 of 23 Sep 24, 2019 2:12:42 PME - 28October 1, 2019 City of Port Angeles City Council Expenditure Report Between Sep 7, 2019 and Sep 20, 2019 Vendor Description Account Number Amount ARAMARK LAUNDRY/DRY CLEANING SERV 501-7630-548.49-90 144.07 LAUNDRY/DRY CLEANING SERV 501-7630-548.49-90 144.07 ASSOCIATED PETROLEUM PRODUCTS, INC FUEL,OIL,GREASE, & LUBES 501-7630-548.32-13 38.66 FUEL,OIL,GREASE, & LUBES 501-7630-548.32-13 67.84 BAXTER AUTO PARTS #15 AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 10.01 FIRE CHIEF EQUIPMENT CO, INC SCHOOL EQUIP& SUPPLIES 501-7630-548.43-10 191.04 GOOD TO GO! AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 7.00 HEARTLINE AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 130.39 HECKMAN MOTORS, INC AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 124.00 J B'S UPHOLSTERY AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 82.61 EXTERNAL LABOR SERVICES 501-7630-548.34-02 489.15 KAMAN INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGIES AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 687.47 LEGACY TELECOMMUNICATIONS, INC EQUIP MAINT & REPAIR SERV 501-7630-548.34-02 994.28 LINCOLN INDUSTRIAL CORP METALS,BARS,PLATES,RODS 501-7630-548.34-02 13.50 MATT'S TOOLS USA, LLC AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.35-01 165.15 NAPA AUTO PARTS AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 2.97 AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 73.01 AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 42.45 AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 537.48 BELTS AND BELTING 501-7630-548.34-02 125.04 NELSON TRUCK EQUIPMENT CO INC MACHINERY & HEAVY HRDWARE 501-7630-594.64-10 2,555.18 O'REILLY AUTO PARTS AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 65.14 AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.31-01 181.96 AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 120.25 PORT ANGELES TIRE FACTORY EXTERNAL LABOR SERVICES 501-7630-548.34-02 18.42 EXTERNAL LABOR SERVICES 501-7630-548.34-02 20.11 AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 91.92 EXTERNAL LABOR SERVICES 501-7630-548.34-02 157.38 PRICE FORD LINCOLN AUTO MAJOR TRANSPORTATION 501-7630-594.64-10 32,988.77 AUTO MAJOR TRANSPORTATION 501-7630-594.64-10 32,988.77 AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 17.09 AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 2.63 AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 573.03 Page 20 of 23 Sep 24, 2019 2:12:42 PME - 29October 1, 2019 City of Port Angeles City Council Expenditure Report Between Sep 7, 2019 and Sep 20, 2019 Vendor Description Account Number Amount QUALITY 4X4 TRUCK SUPPLY AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 358.76 RICHMOND 2-WAY RADIO EXTERNAL LABOR SERVICES 501-7630-548.34-02 235.34 EXTERNAL LABOR SERVICES 501-7630-548.34-02 208.70 ROMAINE ELECTRIC CORP AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 (250.69) AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 220.32 AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 250.77 RUDDELL AUTO MALL AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 154.41 AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 13.86 EXTERNAL LABOR SERVICES 501-7630-548.34-02 27.72 SOLID WASTE SYSTEMS, INC AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 130.07 SWAIN'S GENERAL STORE INC AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 7.54 SYSTEMS FOR PUBLIC SAFETY, INC AUTO & TRUCK ACCESSORIES 501-7630-594.64-10 1,665.18 AUTO & TRUCK ACCESSORIES 501-7630-594.64-10 1,665.21 AUTO & TRUCK ACCESSORIES 501-7630-594.64-10 2,200.39 AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-594.64-10 7,963.34 AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-594.64-10 7,994.99 AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-594.64-10 9,347.68 EXTERNAL LABOR SERVICES 501-7630-594.64-10 4,978.60 EXTERNAL LABOR SERVICES 501-7630-594.64-10 4,982.90 EXTERNAL LABOR SERVICES 501-7630-594.64-10 4,982.97 US BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYSTEM UST Bussiness License 501-7630-548.49-90 358.60 UST CC Fee 501-7630-548.49-90 8.97 Safety Mtg Lunch 7/10/19 501-7630-548.43-10 70.75 Certified Mail 501-7630-548.42-10 6.85 Air conditioning Cert-Lan 501-7630-548.43-10 20.00 VERSALIFT NORTHWEST, LLC AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 239.04 WILDER TOYOTA INC AUTO & TRUCK MAINT. ITEMS 501-7630-548.34-02 37.56 Equipment Services Division Total:$121,970.93 Public Works Department Total:$121,970.93 Equipment Services Fund Total:$135,250.94 CENTURYLINK-QWEST 08-23 A/C 79513296 502-2081-518.42-10 14.97 09-02 A/C 3604175328784B 502-2081-518.42-10 53.78 09-05 A/C 360452245145B 502-2081-518.42-10 52.78 09-05 A/C 3604523712585B 502-2081-518.42-10 94.68 09-05 A/C 3604523954268B 502-2081-518.42-10 111.38 Page 21 of 23 Sep 24, 2019 2:12:42 PME - 30October 1, 2019 City of Port Angeles City Council Expenditure Report Between Sep 7, 2019 and Sep 20, 2019 Vendor Description Account Number Amount CENTURYLINK-QWEST 09-05 A/C 3604524412095B 502-2081-518.42-10 65.55 09-05 A/C 3604524587479B 502-2081-518.42-10 125.85 09-05 A/C 3604525109623B 502-2081-518.42-10 52.78 09-05 A/C 3604525230978B 502-2081-518.42-10 174.34 09-05 A/C 3604525834211B 502-2081-518.42-10 48.09 09-05 A/C 3604526850198B 502-2081-518.42-10 62.69 09-05 A/C 3604528100532B 502-2081-518.42-10 52.78 09-05 A/C 3604529861819B 502-2081-518.42-10 56.05 09-05 A/C 3604529882811B 502-2081-518.42-10 55.71 09-05 A/C 3604529887652B 502-2081-518.42-10 55.71 09-05 A/C 3604529911834B 502-2081-518.42-10 111.38 09-05 A/C 4523877817B 502-2081-518.42-10 52.78 CONSOLIDATED TECH SERVICES COMMUNICATIONS/MEDIA SERV 502-2081-518.42-10 446.34 OLYMPIC STATIONERS INC OFFICE SUPPLIES, GENERAL 502-2081-518.31-01 323.93 PACIFIC OFFICE EQUIPMENT INC COMMUNICATIONS/MEDIA SERV 502-2081-518.45-31 2,013.60 PORT ANGELES CITY TREASURER hdmi cable - J Matthews 502-2081-518.31-60 17.39 Information Technologies Division Total:$4,042.56 Finance Department Total:$4,042.56 Information Technology Fund Total:$4,042.56 AWC EMPLOYEE BENEFITS TRUST L1 Retiree med/vision 503-1631-517.46-34 6,113.92 L1 MED/VIS PREMIUMS 503-1631-517.46-34 6,113.92 LIFE INSURANCE 503-1631-517.46-32 1,664.48 LIFE INSURANCE 503-1631-517.46-32 1,703.23 LTD 503-1631-517.46-31 4,491.36 LTD 503-1631-517.46-31 4,591.26 MED/DEN/VIS PREMIUMS 503-1631-517.46-30 192,823.46 MED/DEN/VIS PREMIUMS 503-1631-517.46-30 193,121.77 HSA BANK Employer Contribution 503-1631-517.46-30 3,000.00 Other Insurance Programs Division Total:$413,623.40 Self Insurance Department Total:$413,623.40 Self-Insurance Fund Total:$413,623.40 AWC EMPLOYEE BENEFITS TRUST RETIREE PREMIUMS 602-6221-517.46-35 2,082.00 Fireman's Pension Division Total:$2,082.00 Fireman's Pension Department Total:$2,082.00 Firemen's Pension Fund Total:$2,082.00 Page 22 of 23 Sep 24, 2019 2:12:42 PME - 31October 1, 2019 City of Port Angeles City Council Expenditure Report Between Sep 7, 2019 and Sep 20, 2019 Vendor Description Account Number Amount AFLAC AFLAC SUPP INSURANCE FOR 920-0000-231.53-10 1,220.28 AFLAC SUPP INSURANCE FOR 920-0000-231.53-10 1,220.28 PAYROLL SUMMARY 920-0000-231.53-11 192.31 PAYROLL SUMMARY 920-0000-231.53-12 836.16 AFSCME LOCAL 1619 PAYROLL SUMMARY 920-0000-231.54-40 565.00 BROWN & BROWN OF WASHINGTON PAYROLL SUMMARY 920-0000-231.53-40 2,081.08 EMPLOYMENT SECURITY DEPT PAYROLL SUMMARY 920-0000-231.56-30 218.35 EMPOWER-P/R WIRE PAYROLL SUMMARY 920-0000-231.52-20 19,809.57 FEDERAL PAYROLL TAX PAYROLL SUMMARY 920-0000-231.50-10 13.19 PAYROLL SUMMARY 920-0000-231.50-10 67,985.06 FICA/MEDICARE PAYROLL TAX PAYROLL SUMMARY 920-0000-231.50-20 18.58 PAYROLL SUMMARY 920-0000-231.50-20 81,161.16 FIREFIGHTER'S LOCAL 656 PAYROLL SUMMARY 920-0000-231.54-30 2,210.16 IBEW LOCAL 997 PAYROLL SUMMARY 920-0000-231.54-20 1,400.28 ICMA-P/R WIRES PAYROLL SUMMARY 920-0000-231.52-10 18,530.73 JOHN HANCOCK LIFE INSURANCE CO PAYROLL SUMMARY 920-0000-231.52-25 3,454.02 PAYROLL SUMMARY 920-0000-231.52-25 (3,454.02) LEOFF PAYROLL SUMMARY 920-0000-231.51-21 89.21 PAYROLL SUMMARY 920-0000-231.51-21 30,852.51 OFFICE OF SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT PAYROLL SUMMARY 920-0000-231.56-20 253.84 PERS PAYROLL SUMMARY 920-0000-231.51-10 1,245.14 PAYROLL SUMMARY 920-0000-231.51-11 13,421.47 PAYROLL SUMMARY 920-0000-231.51-12 82,317.12 POLICE ASSOCIATION PAYROLL SUMMARY 920-0000-231.55-10 394.00 UNITED WAY (PAYROLL) PAYROLL SUMMARY 920-0000-231.56-10 241.54 WSCCCE AFSCME AFL-CIO PAYROLL SUMMARY 920-0000-231.54-40 5,644.43 Division Total:$331,921.45 Department Total:$331,921.45 Payroll Clearing Fund Total:$331,921.45 Total for Checks Dated Between Sep 7, 2019 and Sep 20, 2019 $1,724,087.45 Page 23 of 23 Sep 24, 2019 2:12:42 PME - 32October 1, 2019 Date: October 1, 2019 To: City Council From: Brian S. Smith, Police Chief Subject: Acceptance of the Stonegarden FY 2018 Grant Background and Analysis: Each year state and local law enforcement agencies in Clallam County participate in the Operation Stonegarden Grant Program. Since 2009, the Port Angeles Police Department (PAPD), has received both equipment and overtime through this program. Agencies that participate, receive 100 % reimbursement for equipment and overtime that is pre-approved in the grant. The objectives of the Stonegarden grant include increasing the patrol capacity and presence of local and state law enforcement in border areas. With the international customs inspection station at the Black Ball Ferry terminal and the actual City limits in very close proximity to the US Border, Port Angeles is considered a border city. The Police Department has been a participant in the Stonegarden grant program since 2009. The patrol operations covered in this grant include vehicle, foot, bicycle and Segway patrols Downtown, on Ediz Hook and along the Olympic Discovery Trail. Officers on these enhanced patrols are only expected to carry out their law enforcement duties within the confines of their state authority. It is understood that the increased presence of law enforcement officers deters criminal activity. PAPD and allied local and state agencies do not enforce immigration law (US Title 8) but do enforce state law and municipal codes within this target area. The equipment replacement specified in the grant (i.e., the replacement mobile data computers) allows for improved situational awareness, improved efficiency, communication interoperability and coordinated patrols amongst agency partners. The principal goal of the Stonegarden program is the enforcement of Washington State law and municipal codes in each agency’s jurisdiction and the denial of entry avenues and exploitation of the border areas for criminal and terrorist activity. Funding: This grant reimburses the Police Department for certain patrol operations and equipment specified in the grant operations order report. From the $88,500 in funding for patrol overtime and other payroll costs ($67,500) and equipment ($20,500), in the form of replacement mobile data computers. Summary: The Port Angeles Police Department (PAPD) has been awarded a Federal Financial year 2018 Stonegarden grant, with funds to be dedicated to 2019 expenses. The performance period of this grant is July 31, 2019 to March 31, 2021. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), is awarded to the Washington State Military Department and the Clallam County Sheriff’s Office is the sub recipient. PAPD is a sub-sub-recipient. Funding: This grant reimburses the Police Department for certain patrol operations and equipment specified in the grant operations order report. From the $88,500 in funding for patrol overtime and other payroll costs ($67,500) and equipment ($20,500), in the form of replacement mobile data computers. Recommendation: Accept the FY 18 Stonegarden grant and authorize the City Manager, or his assignee, to sign the necessary grant agreements. E - 33October 1, 2019 E - 34October 1, 2019 E - 35October 1, 2019 E - 36October 1, 2019 E - 37October 1, 2019 E - 38October 1, 2019 E - 39October 1, 2019 E - 40October 1, 2019 E - 41October 1, 2019 E - 42October 1, 2019 E - 43October 1, 2019 E - 44October 1, 2019 E - 45October 1, 2019 E - 46October 1, 2019 E - 47October 1, 2019 E - 48October 1, 2019 E - 49October 1, 2019 E - 50October 1, 2019 E - 51October 1, 2019 E - 52October 1, 2019 E - 53October 1, 2019 E - 54October 1, 2019 E - 55October 1, 2019 E - 56October 1, 2019 E - 57October 1, 2019 E - 58October 1, 2019 E - 59October 1, 2019 E - 60October 1, 2019 Date: October 1, 2019 To: City Council From: Thomas Hunter, Director of Public Works & Utilities Subject: Stormwater Education and Outreach Services – Interlocal Agreement with Kitsap County Background / Analysis: The Western Washington Phase II Municipal Stormwater NPDES Permit requires permittees to conduct stormwater education and outreach activities designed to:  build general awareness about methods to address and reduce impacts from stormwater runoff,  effect behavior change to reduce or eliminate actions causing or contributing to adverse stormwater impacts, and  create stewardship opportunities to encourage community engagement in addressing the impacts from stormwater runoff. Permittees may choose to meet these requirements individually or as a member of a regional group. Kitsap County and the Cities of Port Angeles, Poulsbo, Bremerton, Bainbridge Island, Port Orchard, and Gig Harbor have worked since 2012 to jointly develop, implement, and fund NPDES Municipal- Stormwater-Permit-required outreach via ILAs. This group assumed the name of West Sound Stormwater Outreach Group (WSSOG), to represent the regional scope and to align with similar groups across Puget Sound under the Stormwater Outreach for Regional Municipalities (STORM) umbrella. It is in the City’s best interest to continue to participate in this regional group; the City does not have the available engineering, social marketing staff, or expertise to achieve these NPDES requirements. Without this ILA, the City would be compelled to hire additional staff and/or consultants rather than spread costs among municipalities. The City’s current ILA with Kitsap County has an annual cost of $11,474 and expires on December 31, 2019. Increased staff costs will add $735 per year. The proposed annual cost per jurisdiction is based on relative population, each jurisdiction’s contribution to the ILA are summarized below: Summary: The City of Port Angeles Phase II Municipal Stormwater National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Permit (Permit) requires the City to develop a stormwater education and outreach program individually, or as a member of a regional group. The proposed Interlocal Agreement (ILA) with Kitsap County allows the City to economically satisfy this Permit requirement. The ILA brings together a consortium of stormwater permit jurisdictions on the Olympic Peninsula, and leverages Kitsap County staff to develop effective outreach programs and literature for use by the West Sound Stormwater Outreach Group (WSSOG). Since 2012, the City has successfully partnered with Kitsap County to meet this Permit requirement. On September 24, 2019, the UAC forwarded a favorable recommendation to the City Council. Funding: Funds are included in the draft 2020 budget for the Stormwater Utility, Professional Services (406-7412-538-4150) in the amount of $12,209. The 3-year agreement has a total not to exceed amount of $36,627 for 2020 through 2022. Recommendation: Approve and authorize the City Manager to sign the 3-year Interlocal Agreement with Kitsap County with an annual amount not to exceed $12,209 and a total amount not to exceed $36,627, and to make minor modifications to the agreement, as necessary. E - 61October 1, 2019 Table 1: Summary of 2020 Interlocal Agreement Annual Costs Jurisdiction Population Est. 2019 (OFM) Relative Population Annual Cost per Jurisdiction Unincorporated Kitsap County 177,930 59.2% $74,903 Bremerton 42,080 14.0% $20,214 Bainbridge Island 24,520 8.2% $12,822 Port Angeles 19,620 6.5% $12,209 Port Orchard 14,390 4.8% $9,468 Poulsbo 11,180 3.7% $9,421 Gig Harbor 10,770 3.6% $8,934 TOTAL 300,490 100.0% $147,972 Funding Overview: Funds are included in the draft 2020 budget for the Stormwater Utility Professional Services line (406-7412-538-4150) in the amount of $12,209. The 3-year agreement has a total not to exceed amount of $36,627 for 2020 through 2022. E - 62October 1, 2019 Date: October 1, 2019 To: City Council From: Kari Martinez-Bailey, City Clerk Subject: Lodging Tax Advisory Committee Appointment Background/Analysis: Established by Port Angeles Municipal Code 2.70.030, the Lodging Tax Advisory Committee (LTAC) was established to perform the duties as required by the Washington State Legislature in Chapter 452, Laws of 1997. In this capacity, the LTAC recommends lodging tax related matters to the City Council, as required by the State Statute. Members serve a one-year term. The LTAC is composed of the following nine members: 1. One City Council member. 2. Two members who are representatives of businesses required to collect lodging excise tax. 3. Two members who are persons involved in activities authorized to be funded by lodging excise tax revenue. 4. Three (non-voting) citizen-at-large members who neither represent businesses required to collect the lodging excise tax nor are persons involved in activities authorized to be funded by the lodging excise tax. 5. One (non-voting) member who is a representative of the Port Angeles Forward Committee. There is currently a non-voting citizen-at-large member opening; the City Manager’s office received several applications which were reviewed by the City Council Ad Hoc Committee. The Committee, comprised of Mayor Bruch, and Councilmembers Merideth and Schromen-Wawrin, reviewed the applications, found one candidate eligible, and is recommending Council appoint Terry Breen as a Citizen-at-Large member. No City events funds have been paid to Terry Breen’s employer. Funding Overview: N/A Attached: Application Summary: On February 19, 2019, the City Council re-appointed an ad hoc committee to review applications of those interested in serving on the Lodging Tax Advisory Committee (LTAC), and to make recommendations to the full Council for member appointments. An applicant has applied for the Citizen- at-Large position, a non-voting member. The ad-hoc committee forwarded a favorable recommendation to the City Council. Funding: N/A Recommendation: Appoint Terry Breen to fill the Citizen-at-Large position on the LTAC with a seat expiring February 29, 2020. E - 63October 1, 2019 Nathan West From: Jim Moran Sent: Saturday, September 28, 2019 5:31 PM To: Nathan West Subject: Lodging Tax Committee Recommendations Hi Nathan, I would vote no on amending the Lodging Tax Advisory Committee Guided Policy Section 2. The reason those specific dates are in there is because those are defined as the "shoulder Months". These are the months that are clearly identified as the time period that need special attention for attracting events. We have the Juan De Fuca festival in May, the Maritime Festival in June, the 4th of July Celebration, Arts and Draughts in September and the Crab and Seafood Festival in October. The Summer months already take care of themselves and as you can see we have plenty of events to supplement traditional sumner activities here in Port Angeles. Until the Ice Village was created, we had no events to attract visitors during those "shoulder Months". From a Lodging Tax standpoint, we need to pay more attention to that period. I would also vote to extend the term of a Lodging Tax Committee member to 3 years or at least mirror the term of Planning Commission members. Have a great meeting and a great week. Best, Jim ALIG 2 2 201 The City of Port Angeles Advisory Board Application Lodging Tax Advisory Board Applicant Name and General Information M, First Mf Last 1r' P. Work phone Cell phone l M Certification and Location Information Are you employed by the City of Port Angeles?.. .............................. ................ .......... Are you a citizen of the United States? ....................... ........... - Areyou a Registered Voter? ............................. .................. ..... .............. ........... ..... . ...... . ........ Are you a City resident? .............. ........................ ............... ............. ............... Ifso, how long: . ....................................................................... .................... ........... ....................................................... Do you own/manage a business in the City? .......... Do you hold any professional licenses, registrations or certificates in any field? If so, please list: Yes >- Are you aware of any conflict of interest which might arise by your service on the advisory board that you are applying for? If so, please explain: ZV-0 E - 64October 1, 2019 The City of Port Angeles Y Advisory Board Application Work or Professional Experience - List most recent experience first, or attach a resume m - A9 t /' e J, , "I Employer Brief job descri tion Employer Brief job description Employer Brief job description Education — List most recent experience first In 4 41'1 41 P- Z 44 Degree earned/Major area of Degree earned/Major area of s 9-b Juated? No Ye: No Institutio6/Location kJ Degree earned/Major area of Study GradLiated? Charitable, Social and Civic Activities and Memberships — List major activities you have participated in during the last five years Organization/Location Group's purpose/objective Brief description of your participation Organization/Location Brief description of your participation Group's purpose/objective E - 65October 1, 2019 The City of Port Angeles Advisory Board Application Lodging Tax Advisory Committee Applicant Supplemental Questionnaire 1. Describe the importance of balancing Lodging Tax related expenditures on: capital, operations, events, and marketing. What do you feel is the highest priority and why? 1/1/' #4 hmPl 1 411.weott ",6j d&402&0 k 1-a 11 W 2. How will you support implementation of event funding? Recognizing the fact that funding for events is limited, explain how you feel historic events should be weighed against new event opportunities. Flow will tiDiaof-yeaT-ptay into your -decision making? 3. What is your future vision of Port Angeles as a tourism destination9 X 4-Y7 7 4J4 Alt a,,rz x, 4. Based on your current involvement in the tourism industry (if any) do you perceive address any potential or perceived conflict of interest? re_ h & t/ 140 61- 1,r -a Applicant Signature Date Submit completed forms to: Office of the City Clerk City of Port Angeles 321 East 5`" Street Port Angeles, WA 98362 Kari Martinez -Bailey 360-417-4634 krnbailey@cityofpa.us In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you need special accommodations because of a physical limitation, please contact the City Manager's Office at 360-417-4500 so appropriate arrangements can be made. This document and all attached information is considered a public record and may be distributed to members of the City Council for appointment consideration. Additionally, it may become a part of a City Council packet. E - 66October 1, 2019 0 w+ /. J %ke. Glu 5' rcn'(G' i j l/e-eE ' % JVf. nuY. l,v oi v`r t E - 67October 1, 2019 PO. Box l46.Port Angeles, Washington 983S+C: corn PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY Dynarnic Cruise Industry Consultant with over 36 years on -board experience creating and delivering destination related products airdservices, marketing and education. Thoroughly understands the cruise experience and works hard Nensure guest expectations are continually met. Exceptional communication skills Strategic destination product knowledge Expertise in cultural diversityand communication Superior verbal and writtencommunication skills w Fluent mSpanish SKILLS Clear communicator of complex ideas Creative instruction style w Personable and approachable p Couozag+srnoiuvr Enthusiastic WORK HISTORY Destination Enrichment Speaker,l0/LS8VooCurrent Regent Seven Seas Cruises —KNarni. Florida Ensures excellent on -board guest experience bvproviding entertaining and informative lectures addressing guests' destination interests and concerns. w Created on -board destination experiences bvimmersing guests iothe sights, sounds, and tastes oflocal culture. Wrote in several styles and voices for website, print and internal documents. Enrichment Lecturer, 1l/1906tn09|9S0 Princess Cruises —Los Angeles, California Presented destination lectures aswell mbridge commentary; consistently earning over 9?%positive guest ratings Ownor, 02/1985hu04 1895 YaochaIotmnaduuu —Seatde.W&andMGand FL Managed all ground operations and logistics in South and Central America for Society Expeditions including all licenses and permits to operate. Opened new ports and created new tours and guest experiences; contracted with local experts. Wrote travel guides for on -board guests. Wrote North American travel agent sales and marketing training programs for American Airlines, Lan Chile's Latin American School mnthe Road, and The Bahamas Tourism Institute. S}mrcExcorSion Manager and Lecturer, 101081 to 01/1.885 Regency Cmiseo—Miami.Florida w Introduced and supervised new ports ioSouth American i ;acdoQasnboreoxcurnioonnaoaXocdootioadon]octucu and radio officer. Supervised accounts receivables inall cash on -board system. EDUCATION ABD/PhD: Cultural Anthropology, Latin America, lS8l University of Utah - Salt Lake City Utah PUBLICATIONS: Cruiser Friendly Guide to Alaska's Inside Passage Cruiser Friendly Guide to Exploring Coastal Antarctica Cruiser Friendly Guide to South America Cruiser Friendly Guide to The Land of the Maya Experience Latin AAmerican Latin American School on the Road The I3ahamamTourism Institute E - 68October 1, 2019 Date: October 1, 2019 To: City Council From: Nathan West, City Manager Sarina Carrizosa, Finance Director MarySue French, Cost & Capital Accountant Subject: Proposed Adjustments to the 2020 Utility Rates Background / Analysis: All utility rates will expire December 31, 2019. Early in 2019 the Utility Advisory Committee, Council and Staff began the process of reviewing and ultimately approving Cost of Service (COSA) methodologies for each utility with the intent that these methodologies would be used for setting 2020 utility rates. 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 and equitable and be 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 approved rate structure for each utility based on the COSA process. Summary: Early in 2019 the Utility Advisory Committee, Council and Staff began the process of reviewing and ultimately approving Cost of Service Methodologies for each utility with the intent that these methodologies would be used for setting 2020 utility rates. Presented in this memo are the proposed 2020 rates for all 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 presented rates to Council with the modification of increasing the phase-in of Stormwater ERU’s from 15 to 30 units at their September 24th meeting. Additionally, the UAC recommended Council consider re-evaluating the Electric COSA methodology to allocate power purchase costs to consumption rather than base prior to setting the 2022 rates. 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 2020 proposed rate adjustment ordinances; 2. Open the Public Hearing regarding the proposed 2020 rate changes; 3. Continue the Public Hearing to October 15, 2019; 4. Consider the Utility Advisory Committee’s recommendation to increase the phase-in of the Stormwater ERU’s from the proposed rate of 15 to 30; and 5. Consider the Utility Advisory Committee’s recommendation to re-evaluate the Electric COSA methodology. F - 1October 1, 2019 2 0 2 0 P r o p o s e d U t i l i t y R a t e s P a g e | 2 ▪ Water – One residential base rate with discount options for low income customers. This option includes a weighted factor to keep the commercial customers neutral with a recommendation to phase in non-residential rates by meter size. ▪ Wastewater – Base and usage rates for all customers. This will change the base rate and add a usage rate to residential, and impact base and usage rates for commercial and municipal customers. Low income customer discounts are also included. ▪ Solid Waste – ▪ Collections –This methodology changed rates in all areas and includes discount options for low income customers. ▪ Transfer Station – No change from previous methodologies. ▪ Stormwater – Reduced the square footage from 4,000 to 3,000 per ERU, with a phase out of the ERU cap, and includes discount options for low income customers. ▪ Electric – Includes base and usage rates for all customers with discount options for low income residential customers. ▪ Medic 1 – Utilizes the same methodology approved in 2016. Due to the change in methodologies as a whole, rates have changed in all areas, with some classes increasing and others decreasing. These rates, once approved, will become the new base standard moving forward. As a result, it is difficult to determine a percent increase overall as rate adjustments vary for each customer class. 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. Proposed rates are for one year, ending December 31, 2020, for the Water and Wastewater utilities, two years, ending December 31, 2021, for Electric, Solid Waste Collections and Transfer Station, and Stormwater utilities, and three years, ending December 31, 2022, for the Medic 1 utility. This will allow the City to stagger rates so they do not all change at one time and aligns the electric rate setting process on the same cycle as Bonneville Power to allow predictability in changes. Additionally, staff is recommending a phase-in approach of the Electric methodology to keep the base rate from increasing substantially and becoming overly burdensome on customers. 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 Utility Advisory Committee (UAC) forwarded a favorable recommendation of the presented rates to Council with the modification of increasing the phase-in of Stormwater ERU’s from 15 to 30 units at their September 24th meeting. Additionally, the UAC recommended Council consider re-evaluating the Electric COSA methodology to allocate power purchase costs to consumption rather than base prior to setting the 2022 rates. 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 attachments. Attached: • 2020 Recommended Utility Rates for Electric, Water, Wastewater, Solid Waste Collections, Solid Waste Transfer Station, Stormwater and Medic 1. • Examples of rate changes by customer class. F - 2October 1, 2019 2 0 2 0 P r o p o s e d U t i l i t y R a t e s P a g e | 3 BaseDemandEnergyBaseDemandEnergyResidential863720.10 0.0809 22.62 0.07102 2.52 12.5%Residential 35% Disc28413.07 0.0526 14.70 0.04616 1.64 12.5%Residential 25% Disc7715.08 0.0607 16.97 0.05326 1.90 12.6%Non Profit 1 Phase3524.90 0.0798 27.48 0.05586 2.58 10.4%Non Profit 3 Phase2062.23 0.0798 66.01 0.05813 3.78 6.1%General Service 1 Phase97625.84 0.0764 28.87 0.06487 3.03 11.7%General Service 3 Phase21664.61 0.0764 69.83 0.06855 5.22 8.1%GS Municipal 1 Phase5925.84 0.0764 28.67 0.07150 2.83 11.0%GS Municipal 3 Phase1964.61 0.0764 69.44 0.08615 4.83 7.5%GS Demand 1 Phase4154.34 4.620.0541 60.08 4.17 0.05313 5.74 10.6%GS Demand 3 Phase171135.91 4.620.0541 140.08 4.17 0.05245 4.17 3.1%GS Dem Municipal 1 Phase354.34 4.620.0541 62.52 4.17 0.05664 8.18 15.1%GS Dem Municipal 3 Phase12135.91 4.620.0541 139.84 4.17 0.05211 3.93 2.9%General Service Primary8 331.49 5.2 varies 381.85 4.17 0.05201 Base DifferencePercentELECTRIC UTILITYBilling Volumes20192020 - 2021 RateF - 3October 1, 2019 2 0 2 0 P r o p o s e d U t i l i t y R a t e s P a g e | 4 Residential 2019 Rates 2020 Rate Difference Percent Billing Volumes 5/8"6,252 32.75 38.50 5.75 17.56% 25% Discount 125 28.88 new 35% Discount 350 25.03 new 3/4"310 35.58 38.50 2.92 8.21% 1"42 39.68 38.50 (1.18) -2.97% 1.5"4 73.48 38.50 (34.98) -47.60% Block 1 (0-1,000 cf)39,641,971 0.02541 0.01976 (0.005645) -22.22% Block 2 (1,001-1,500 cf)1,939,373 0.03313 0.02498 (0.008150) -24.60% Block 3 (1,501+)1,192,049 0.03873 0.03012 (0.008610) -22.23% 25% Discount 809,121 0.01522 35% Discount 2,265,540 0.01319 Total PUD 2019 Rates 2020 Rate Difference Percent Gales 7,614,875 0.02212 0.02681 0.004693 21.22% Baker Street 7,272,465 0.02212 0.02560 0.003483 15.75% Commercial 2019 Rates 2020 Rate Difference Percent 5/8"550 50.05 41.91 (8.14) -16.26% 3/4"101 53.36 41.91 (11.45) -21.46% 1"147 58.90 72.84 13.94 23.67% 1.5"85 103.76 124.40 20.64 19.89% 2"90 157.91 186.27 28.36 17.96% 3"26 283.33 351.26 67.93 23.98% 4"11 463.08 536.88 73.80 15.94% 6"8 912.19 1,052.47 140.28 15.38% 8"2 1,450.91 1,671.18 220.27 15.18% All 28,470,734 0.02298 0.020350 (0.00263) -11.44% Municipal 2019 Rates 2020 Rate Difference Percent 5/8"16 50.05 40.01 (10.04) -20.06% 3/4"3 53.36 40.01 (13.35) -25.02% 1"9 58.90 69.53 10.63 18.05% 1.5"1 103.76 118.76 15.00 14.46% 2"9 157.91 177.82 19.91 12.61% 3"2 283.33 335.33 52.00 18.35% 4"1 463.08 512.53 49.45 10.68% All 1,398,973 0.02298 0.019423 (0.00356) -15.48% Irrigation 2019 Rates 2020 Rate Difference Percent 5/8"31 41.55 35.26 (6.29) -15.14% 3/4"7 45.17 35.26 (9.91) -21.94% 1"20 48.93 64.80 15.87 32.43% 1.5"8 86.15 114.02 27.87 32.35% 2"18 131.29 173.09 41.80 31.84% 3"3 235.45 330.59 95.14 40.41% 4"2 384.74 507.78 123.04 31.98% All 5,757,331 0.02492 0.019423 (0.001470) -22.06% Usage Base Usage Base Usage Base WATER UTILITY One Residential Rate-w disc Base Usage F - 4October 1, 2019 2 0 2 0 P r o p o s e d U t i l i t y R a t e s P a g e | 5 Residential 2019 Rates 2020 Rate Difference Percent Billing Volumes 430 cf and under 6245 56.83 33.90 (22.93) -40.35% CSO 6245 20.49 13.92 (6.57) -32.06% Subtotal 77.32 47.82 (29.50) -38.15% Over 430 cf 60.39 Usage in 2020 vs 2 tiers CSO 22.88 Usage in 2020 vs 2 tiers Subtotal 83.27 Usage in 2020 vs 2 tiers 25% Discount 72 new 25.00 25% Discount CSO 72 new 10.26 35% Discount 264 new 21.67 35% Discount CSO 264 new 8.89 Regular 41,278,552 0.04243 25% Discount 472,791 0.03183 35% Discount 1,743,717 0.02759 CSO - 0.01543 25% Discount 472,791 0.01137 35% Discount 1,743,717 0.00985 Total (w/o Discount)0.05786 Commercial 2019 Rates 2020 Rate Difference Percent Billing Volumes Commercial 969 18.43 73.72 55.29 300.00% CSO 969 5.68 13.68 8.00 140.85% Total 24.11 86.89 63.29 260.39% Commercial 25,729,678 0.0562 0.04243 (0.0138) -24.50% CSO 25,729,678 0.0195 0.01516 (0.0043) -22.26% Total 0.0757 0.05759 (0.0181) -23.92% Municipal 2019 Rates 2020 Rate Difference Percent Billing Volumes Municipal 23 18.43 86.85 68.42 371.24% CSO 23 5.68 13.68 8.00 140.85% Total 24.11 99.45 76.42 312.48% Municipal 610,659 0.0562 0.04131 (0.0149) -26.49% CSO 610,659 0.0195 0.01516 (0.0043) -22.26% Total 0.0757 0.05647 (0.0192) -25.40% Base Rate Calculation 2019 Rates 2020 Rate Difference Percent Billing Volumes Residential Commercial Municipal 5/8"6446 33.34 33.34 32.46 25% Discount 72 25.00 35% Discount 264 21.67 3/4"386 41.76 41.76 40.65 1"184 58.60 58.61 57.05 1.5"86 100.71 100.72 98.05 2"91 151.25 147.24 3"26 286.01 278.43 4"11 437.61 426.02 6"8 858.72 8"2 1,364.06 Total/Average 33.90 73.72 86.85 Base Usage Base Usage WASTEWATER UTILITY One Base rate All Classes have Usage rates Base Usage F - 5October 1, 2019 2 0 2 0 P r o p o s e d U t i l i t y R a t e s P a g e | 6 Res-Weekly 2,320 41.08 39.970 (1.110) -2.70% 25% discount 42 30.81 30.235 (0.575) -1.9% 35% discount 116 26.70 26.205 (0.495) -1.9% Res-EOW 4,612 25.65 26.740 1.090 4.2% 25% discount 83 19.24 20.050 0.810 4.2% 35% discount 234 16.67 17.380 0.710 4.3% Res-Yard Waste 3,011 9.03 8.875 (0.155) -1.7% Comm-90g 702 38.67 37.880 (0.790) -2.0% Comm-300g 1,024 97.76 97.610 (0.150) -0.2% Schools-Rec 7 13.80 15.705 1.905 13.8% Municipal-90g 8 38.67 34.780 (3.890) -10.1% Municipal-300g 43 97.76 92.775 (4.985) -5.1% Fed-300g (no tax)15 93.26 91.690 (1.570) -1.7% Billing Volumes 2019 Rate 2020/21 Rate Difference % Total MSW 34,479 148.17 144.98706 (3.183) -2.15% Yard Waste 1,340 30.27 31.55240 1.2824 4.2% Biosolids 1,941 80.90 119.69136 38.79136 47.9% MSW 14,497 186.36 193.98083 7.62083 4.1% MSW-Charity 146 93.18 92.75558 -0.42442 -0.5% Tires 16 176.98 184.48334 7.50334 4.2% Asbestos 0 394.31 411.02318 16.71318 4.2% Contaminated Soils - 209.63 218.52145 8.89145 4.2% Yard Waste 1,103 49.11 51.18746 2.07746 4.2% Metals and White Goods 274 75.21 78.39991 3.18991 4.2% Blue Mountain 1,177 240.29 256.88522 16.59522 6.9% SOLID WASTE COLLECTION SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 2 year avg holding YW, tires, asbestos, soils, & metals at current plus 4.2% Commercial/City Haulers Self Haul Billing Volumes 2019 Rate 2020/2021 Rate Difference % Total F - 6October 1, 2019 2 0 2 0 P r o p o s e d U t i l i t y R a t e s P a g e | 7 Billing Volumes 2019 Rates 2020/21 Rate Difference Percent Residential 6,503 16.87 17.01189 0.14189 0.84% 25% Discount 72 16.87 12.75892 (4.11108) -24.37% 35% Discount 264 16.87 11.05773 (5.81227) -34.45% Commercial 4,467 16.87 16.73730 (0.13270) -0.79% Non Taxable 75 16.87 15.88170 (0.98830) -5.86% STORMWATER UTILITY 3000 ERU, Cap at 15 Billing Volumes 2019 Rates 2020/21 Rate Difference Percent Residential 6,503 16.87 16.12418 (0.74582) -4.42% 25% Discount 72 16.87 12.09314 (4.77686) -28.32% 35% Discount 264 16.87 10.48072 (6.38928) -37.87% Commercial 5,095 16.87 15.86389 (1.00611) -5.96% Non Taxable 75 16.87 15.04867 (1.82133) -10.80% STORMWATER UTILITY 3000 ERU, Cap at 30 2019 Rates 2020-2022 Rate Difference Percent 8.84 9.35 0.51 5.77% 455.22 536.55 81.33 17.87% 199.59 288.51 88.92 44.55% 12.11 12.74 0.63 5.20% 236.63 247.53 10.90 4.61% 77.53 82.74 5.21 6.72% 9.79 9.62 (0.17) -1.74% 105.53 122.45 16.92 16.03% 48,489.84 60,992.29 12,502.45 25.78% Commercial/Business Apartments/Housing Authority City/Public Areas/Municipal Schools MEDIC 1 UTILITY Residential Assisted Living 24 Hour Nursing Group Homes Jail Facilities F - 7October 1, 2019 2 0 2 0 P r o p o s e d U t i l i t y R a t e s P a g e | 8 Low Consumption Consumption Base/Tiered Rate Consumption Charges Total Monthly Charges Base/Tiered Rate Consumption Charges Total Monthly Charges Difference $ Electric 134 20.10 10.84 30.94 22.62 9.52 32.14 1.20 Water 185 32.75 4.70 37.45 38.50 3.66 42.16 4.71 Wastewater 185 56.83 - 56.83 33.90 7.85 41.75 (15.08) CSO 185 20.49 - 20.49 13.92 2.85 16.77 (3.72) Solid Waste Collections EOW 25.65 - 25.65 26.74 - 26.74 1.09 Yard Waste Container Bi-Weekly 9.03 - 9.03 8.88 - 8.88 (0.15) Medic I 8.84 - 8.84 9.35 - 9.35 0.51 189.23 177.79 (11.44) Medium Consumption Consumption Base/Tiered Rate Consumption Charges Total Monthly Charges Base/Tiered Rate Consumption Charges Total Monthly Charges Difference $ Electric 2977 20.10 240.84 260.94 22.62 211.43 234.05 (26.89) Water 1143 32.75 30.15 62.90 38.50 23.34 61.84 (1.06) Wastewater 1143 60.39 - 60.39 33.90 48.50 82.40 22.01 CSO 1143 22.88 - 22.88 13.92 17.64 31.56 8.68 Solid Waste Collections Weekly 41.08 - 41.08 39.97 - 39.97 (1.11) Yard Waste Container Bi-Weekly 9.03 - 9.03 8.88 - 8.88 (0.15) Medic I 8.84 - 8.84 9.35 - 9.35 0.51 466.06 468.04 1.98 High Consumption Consumption Base/Tiered Rate Consumption Charges Total Monthly Charges Base/Tiered Rate Consumption Charges Total Monthly Charges Difference $ Electric 16498 20.10 1,334.69 1,354.79 22.62 1,171.69 1,194.31 (160.48) Water 12013 32.75 449.14 481.89 38.50 348.90 387.40 (94.49) Wastewater 12013 60.39 - 60.39 33.90 509.71 543.61 483.22 CSO 12013 22.88 - 22.88 13.92 185.36 199.28 176.40 Solid Waste Collections Weekly 41.08 - 41.08 39.97 - 39.97 (1.11) Yard Waste Container Bi-Weekly 9.03 - 9.03 8.88 - 8.88 (0.15) Medic I 8.84 - 8.84 9.35 - 9.35 0.51 1,978.90 2,382.79 403.90 2020 Rate Comparison Residential 2019 2020 20202019 20202019 F - 8October 1, 2019 2 0 2 0 P r o p o s e d U t i l i t y R a t e s P a g e | 9 Low Consumption Consumption Base/Tiered Rate Consumption Charges Total Monthly Charges Base/Tiered Rate Consumption Charges Total Monthly Charges Difference $ Electric 528 25.84 40.34 66.18 28.87 34.25 63.12 (3.06) Water 140 50.05 3.22 53.27 41.91 2.85 44.76 (8.51) Wastewater 140 18.43 7.87 26.30 73.72 5.94 79.66 53.36 CSO 140 5.68 2.73 8.41 13.68 2.12 15.80 7.39 Solid Waste Collections 90 Gallon 38.67 - 38.67 37.88 - 37.88 (0.79) Medic I 9.79 - 9.79 9.61 - 9.61 (0.18) 202.61 250.83 48.22 Medium Consumption Consumption Base/Tiered Rate Consumption Charges Total Monthly Charges Base/Tiered Rate Consumption Charges Total Monthly Charges Difference $ Electric 5864 25.84 448.01 473.85 28.87 380.40 409.27 (64.58) Water 2892 50.05 66.46 116.51 41.91 58.85 100.76 (15.75) Wastewater 2892 18.43 162.53 180.96 73.72 122.71 196.43 15.47 CSO 2892 5.68 56.39 62.07 13.68 43.84 57.52 (4.55) Solid Waste Collections 300 Gallon 97.76 - 97.76 97.61 - 97.61 (0.15) Medic I 9.79 - 9.79 9.61 - 9.61 (0.18) 940.95 871.20 (69.74) High Consumption Consumption Base/Tiered Rate Consumption Charges Total Monthly Charges Base/Tiered Rate Consumption Charges Total Monthly Charges Difference $ Electric 19000 25.84 1,451.60 1,477.44 28.87 1,232.53 1,261.40 (216.04) Water 99700 50.05 2,291.21 2,341.26 41.91 2,028.90 2,070.81 (270.45) Wastewater 99700 18.43 5,603.14 5,621.57 73.72 4,230.27 4,303.99 (1,317.58) CSO 99700 5.68 1,944.15 1,949.83 13.68 1,511.45 1,525.13 (424.70) Solid Waste Collections 300 Gallon 97.76 - 97.76 97.61 - 97.61 (0.15) Medic I 9.79 - 9.79 9.61 - 9.61 (0.18) 11,497.65 9,268.55 (2,229.10) 2020 Rate Comparison Commercial General Service 1 Phase 20202019 20202019 20202019 F - 9October 1, 2019 2 0 2 0 P r o p o s e d U t i l i t y R a t e s P a g e | 10 Low Consumption Consumption Base/Tiered Rate Consumption Charges Total Monthly Charges Base/Tiered Rate Consumption Charges Total Monthly Charges Difference $ Electric 166 64.61 12.68 77.29 69.83 11.38 81.21 3.92 Water 388 58.90 8.92 67.82 72.84 7.90 80.74 12.92 Wastewater 388 18.43 21.81 40.24 73.72 16.46 90.18 49.95 CSO 388 5.68 7.57 13.25 13.68 5.88 19.56 6.32 Solid Waste Collections 90 Gallon 38.67 - 38.67 37.88 - 37.88 (0.79) Medic I 9.79 - 9.79 9.61 - 9.61 (0.18) 247.05 319.18 72.13 Medium Consumption Consumption Base/Tiered Rate Consumption Charges Total Monthly Charges Base/Tiered Rate Consumption Charges Total Monthly Charges Difference $ Electric 1640 64.61 125.30 189.91 69.83 112.42 182.25 (7.65) Water 1917 58.90 44.05 102.95 72.84 39.01 111.85 8.90 Wastewater 1917 18.43 107.74 126.17 73.72 81.34 155.06 28.89 CSO 1917 5.68 37.38 43.06 13.68 29.06 42.74 (0.32) Solid Waste Collections 300 Gallon 97.76 - 97.76 97.61 - 97.61 (0.15) Medic I 9.79 - 9.79 9.61 - 9.61 (0.18) 569.64 599.12 29.49 High Consumption Consumption Base/Tiered Rate Consumption Charges Total Monthly Charges Base/Tiered Rate Consumption Charges Total Monthly Charges Difference $ Electric 13000 64.61 993.20 1,057.81 69.83 891.15 960.98 (96.83) Water 51560 58.90 1,184.90 1,243.80 72.84 1,049.25 1,122.09 (121.71) Wastewater 51560 18.43 2,897.67 2,916.10 73.72 2,187.69 2,261.41 (654.69) CSO 51560 5.68 1,005.42 1,011.10 13.68 781.65 795.33 (215.77) Solid Waste Collections 300 Gallon 97.76 - 97.76 97.61 - 97.61 (0.15) Medic I 9.79 - 9.79 9.61 - 9.61 (0.18) 6,336.36 5,247.03 (1,089.34) 2020 Rate Comparison Commercial General Service 3 Phase 20202019 20202019 20202019 F - 10October 1, 2019 1 ORDINANCE NO. __________ AN ORDINANCE of the City of Port Angeles, Washington amending sections of Chapter 13.20 of the Port Angeles Municipal Code relating to utility discounts. THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PORT ANGELES DO HEREBY ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Ordinance 2663 as amended, and Chapter 13.20 of the Port Angeles Municipal Code relating to utility discounts are hereby amended by amending sections of Chapter 13.20 as follows: CHAPTER 13.20 - UTILITY DISCOUNTS 13.20.010 - Purpose and findings. The City Council of the City of Port Angeles finds that it is appropriate for the City of Port Angeles to provide a discount against the electric, water, wastewater, solid waste, collection and stormwater utility charges to low income residents of the City. The Council further finds that this discount should be accompanied by energy conservation programs. 13.20.020 - Definitions. A. "Utility discount" means a discount granted pursuant to the terms of this chapter to a low- income resident, the amount of which is applied against outstanding obligations of the resident to the City of Port Angeles for residential electric, water, wastewater, solid waste collection and stormwater utility services. B. "Resident" means a person who resides within the City of Port Angeles and receives electric, water, wastewater, solid waste collection and stormwater utility services from the City of Port Angeles. 13.20.030 - Utility discount. Commencing February 1, 2014 January 1, 2020,. Subject to the availability of funds, aA utility discount shall be applied to the electric, water, wastewater, solid waste collection and stormwater utility charges on monthly utility bills of qualified residents, in accordance with the terms of this chapter. The total amount available each year for discounts shall be established in the budget. If the amount budgeted is exhausted before the end of the calendar year, the discounts shall terminate for the remainder of that current calendar year. F - 17October 1, 2019 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: i CHAPTER 13.12–ELECTRICITY–SERVICES AND RATES j 13.12.030- Schedule R-03—Residential service. i 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, 24M2020: 1. The non discounted Bbase charge is $20.10 J22.62 per month. 2. The non discounted Eenergy charge is $0.0809 JQ.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. D. Uniform rate effective January 11 2021: 1. The non discounted base charge is $25.24 per month. 2. The non discounted energy charge is$0.06945 per kWh. 1 3. The 25% discount base charge is $18.93 per month. 4. The 25% discount energy charge$0.05209 per kWh. 5. The 35% discount base charge is $16.40 per month. 6. The 35% discount energy charge is $0.04515 per kWh. 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, 204-8 2020: 1. Base charge: a. Single phase $25.84 28.87 per month. b. Three phase $64.61 69.83 per month. c. Municipal traffic signal $21.29 258.31 per month. d. Municipal street light$466.41 186.01 per month. e. Municipal emergency management system $3.5.13 39.25 per month. f. City's unmetered security camera system$2-64 4.07 per month. g. Municipal single phase$28.67 per month. 2 h. Municipal three phase $69.44 per month. 2. Energy usage charge: $0.0764 per kWh, , tFaffie Signals and street lights ener-gy ehar-ge shall be$0.0921 per- . 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 D. Uniform rate effective January 1, 2021: 1. Base charge: a. Single phase $31.90 per month. b. Three phase $75.22 per month. c. Municipal traffic signal $285.41 per month. d. Municipal street light$205.53 per month. e. Municipal emergency management system$43.37 per month. f. City's unmetered security camera system$4.50 per month. g. Municipal single phase $31.20 per month. h. Municipal three phase $73.74 per month. 2. Energy usage charge: per kWh, per the list below a. Single phase$0.06330 per kWh b. Three phase $0.06650 per kWh c. Municipal single phase $0.06945 per kWh d. Municipal three phase$0.08268 per kWh e. Municipal street light and traffic signals $0.06945 per kWh 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. 3 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, 20M 2020.- 1. 020.1. Base charge: a. Single phase $cam 608 per month. b. Three phase $135.91 140.08 per month. c. Municipal Single phase $62.52 per month. d. Municipal Three phase $139.84 per month. 2. Energy usage charge: cn�per kWh per the list below. a. Single phase$0.5313 per kWh. b. Three phase $0.05245 per kWh. c. Municipal single phase $0.05664 per kWh. d. Municipal three phase $0.05211 per kWh. 3. Billing demand: a. Billing demand for each month shall be based on kVA (apparent power). b. Demand usage charge: $4,62-4.174 per kVA of billing demand. 4. Uniform rate effective January 1, 2021: 1. Base charge: a. Single phase$66.27 per month. b. Three phase $144.82 per month. c. Municipal Single phase$69.76 per month. d. Municipal Three phase $144.33 per month. 2. Energy usage charge: per kWh per the list below. a. Single phase $0.5301 per kWh. b. Three phase $0.05245 per kWh. c. Municipal single phase$0.05588 per kWh. d. Municipal three phase $0.05212 per kWh. 4 3. Billing demand: a. Billing demand for each month shall be based on kVA (apparent power). b. Demand usage charge: $4.462 per kVA. 13.12.042 - Schedule NP-03—Nonprofit. A. Applicability. This schedule applies to all nonprofit tax-deductible organizations. 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, 24M 2020: 1. Base charge: a. Single phase$24.90 27.48 per month. b. Three phase $ 3 66.01 per month. 2. Energy usage charge: single phase $0: 98 0.05586 per kWh, three phase $0.05813 per p P kWh. D. Uniform rate effective January 1, 2021: 1. Base charge: a. Single phase $30.17 per month. b. Three phase $70.00 per month. 2. Energy usage charge: single phase $0.5574 per kWh, three phase $0.05718 per kWh. 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. 5 C. Uniform rate effective January 1, 20M 2020: 1. Base charge: a. Single phase$4945-59.42 per month. i b. Three phase$1-32.30 158.98 per month. 2. Energy usage charge: $0482.05204 per kWh. 3. Billing demand: a. Billing demand for each month shall be based on kVA (apparent power). b. Demand usage charge: $444 4.174 per kVA of billing demand. D. Uniform rate effective January ], 2021: 1. Base charge: a. Single phase$72.06 per month. b. Three phase $192.79 per month. 2. Energy usage charge: $0.05100 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. 13.12.060 - 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, 20M 2020: 1. Base charge: $331.49 381.85 per month. 6 2. Energy usage charge: a. All billings between June 1 and August 31: $0.9393 JQ.03520 per kWh. b. All billings between September 1 and May 31: $9:8496 0.0577 per kWh. 3. Billing demand: a. Billing demand for each month shall be based on kVA (apparent power). i b. Demand usage charge: $5- 8 4.174per kVA of billing demand. r E. Uniform rate effective January 1, 2021: 1. Base charge: $432.20 per month. 2. Energy usage charge: a. All billings between June 1 and August 31: $0.0346 per kWh. b. All billings between September 1 and May 31: $0.0566 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. 13.12.065 - 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. 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, 24M 2020: 1. Base charge: $ 1-49 381.85 per month. 2. Energy usage charge: a. All billings between June 1 and August 31: $9:8393$Q.0352 per kWh. b. All billings between September 1 and May 31: $8:8496 0.0577 per kWh. 3. Billing demand: a. Billing demand for each month shall be based on kVA (apparent power). 7 b. Demand usage charge: $5-10 4.174 per kVA of billing demand. D. Uniform rate effective January 1, 24M 2021: 1. Base charge: $432.20 per month. 2 Energy usage charge: a. All billings between June 1 and August 31: $0.0346 per kWh. b. All billings between September 1 and May 31: $0.0566 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. 13.12.073 - 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, 20M 2020: 1. Basic charge: $380,44 71.31per month. 2. Energy usage charge between June 1 and August 31, shall be $0.0552 0.0343 per kWh during he*vy-high load hours, , and$0.0292 0.0181 per kWh during light-low load hours. 3. Energy usage charge between September 1 and May 31,shall be$0:0932 0.0579 per kWh during hea*y high load hours, $0.0932 932pef-kWh E10 fi.,.., oa:,,,,, i,.aa hear-s, and$0.044= 0.0278 per kWh during light 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: $5.05 3.42 per kVA. E. Time of use rate for bills effective after January 1, 2021: 1. Basic charge: $75.28 per month. 8 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$0.0578 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 per kVA. 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. 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 .2019. Sissi Bruch, Mayor APPROVED AS TO FORM: William E. Bloor, City Attorney ATTEST: Kari Martinez-Bailey, City Clerk 9 2 13.20.040 - Information to be made available. The City's Customer Service Manager shall maintain at all times the following information applicable to electric, water, wastewater, solid waste collection and stormwater utility discounts under the terms of this chapter. A. A list of Federal, State or local energy-related programs available to provide fiscal assistance to low-income residents; B. A list of conservation or consumption reduction programs of the City that are available at no charge and the requirements for each such program; C. Current application forms. . . . . 13.20.060 - Application for the discount. A. Applications for electric, water, wastewater, solid waste collection and stormwater utility discounts shall be obtained from and filed with the City's Customer Service Manager or to another entity as directed by the City's Customer Service Manager. B. Submission of an application for an electric, water, wastewater, solid waste collection or stormwater utility discount shall constitute a verification by the applicant that all information provided in such application is true and correct to the best of the applicant's knowledge. 13.20.070 - Amount of discount. The amount of the utility discount for eligible residents shall be a percentage of the electric, water, wastewater, solid waste collection and stormwater utility base and consumption charges on the monthly utility bill. The percentage shall be determined by the resident's gross household income during the prior three months, in accordance with the following: A. Those applicants with an average family income based on household size at 100 percent or less of the most current Federal Poverty Level, as published in the Federal Register, shall receive a 35 percent discount based on the number of household size. B. Those applicants with an average family income based on household size between 100 percent to 125 percent of the most current Federal Poverty Level, as published in the Federal Register, shall receive a 25 percent discount. 13.20.080 - Penalty for false information. F - 18October 1, 2019 3 The willful provision to the City of false information in an application for the electric, water, wastewater, solid waste collection or stormwater utility discount shall forfeit the low-income resident's eligibility for future credits. Additionally, the low-income resident shall be required to repay the amount of any electric, water, wastewater, solid waste collection and/or stormwater utility discount received based upon such false information. . . . . 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. 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 ___________, 2019. _______________________ Sissi Bruch, Mayor APPROVED AS TO FORM: _____________________________ William E. Bloor, City Attorney ATTEST: _____________________________ Kari Martinez-Bailey, City Clerk F - 19October 1, 2019 1 ORDINANCE NO. __________ AN ORDINANCE of the City of Port Angeles, Washington amending sections of Chapter 13.44 of the Port Angeles Municipal Code relating to water rates. THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PORT ANGELES DO HEREBY ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Ordinance 2181 as amended, and Chapter 13.44 of the Port Angeles Municipal Code relating to water rates, are hereby amended by amending sections of Chapter 13.44 as follows: CHAPTER 13.44 - WATER RATES . . . . 13.44.010 - Monthly residential flat rate. The monthly residential flat rate for each service shall be $ 93.62 $99.65 for 2019 2020. The flat rate shall be charged to each single-family residence served by a separate meter and to each residence served by a common meter. If requested by a customer served by a separate meter, the customer may be transferred to the metered rate specified in section 13.44.020, provided that first an amendment to any existing easement that specifies a flat rate is granted by the easement property owner and approved by the Public Works and Utilities Director. 13.44.020 - Monthly non-discounted residential metered rate—Within City. A. The following monthly customer charges are applicable to water service to single family residences within the corporate limits of the City of Port Angeles. For the purposes of this section, "single-family residences" are defined as structures designed for occupancy by a single family only, containing a complete kitchen unit. Structures which are not "single-family residences" include, but are not limited to, duplexes, fourplexes, apartments, and rooming houses. The base rate charge is based upon the size of the meter, is as specified below: Service Size Effective January 1, 2019 2020 with 5/8-inch meter $32.75 38.50 with 3/4-inch meter $35.58 38.50 F - 20October 1, 2019 2 1-inch meter $39.68 38.50 1-1/2-inch meter $73.48 38.50 2-inch meter $114.91 38.50 B. Metered consumption for up to 1,000 cubic feet shall be 2.541 1.976 for 2019 2020 for each 100 cubic feet consumed. C. Additional consumption up to 1,500 cubic feet shall be 3.313 2.498 for 2019 2020 for each 100 cubic feet consumed. D. Additional consumption beyond 1,500 cubic feet shall be 3.873 3.012 for 2019 2020 for each 100 cubic feet consumed. E. The monthly residential rate for those qualifying for discounts per section 13.20 PAMC, regardless of meter sizes, shall be: Discount amount Effective January 1, 2020 25% Discount $28.88 35% Discount $25.03 F. 25% Discount Metered consumption per cubic feet shall be 1.522 for 2020 for each 100 cubic feet consumed. G. 35% Discount Metered consumption per cubic feet shall be 1.319 for 2020 for each 100 cubic feet consumed. 13.44.025 - Commercial and all other monthly metered rates. A. The following monthly customer charges are applicable to the commercial and all other customer classification of water services other than those provided for under sections 13.44.010 through 13.44.040 of this chapter, within the corporate limits of the City of Port Angeles. The customer charge is based upon size of the meter. The customer charges for commercial are as follows: Service Size Effective January 1, 2018 2020 with 5/8-inch meter $50.05 41.91 with 3/4-inch meter $53.36 41.91 1-inch meter $58.90 72.84 F - 21October 1, 2019 3 1-1/2-inch meter $l03.76 124.40 2-inch meter $157.91 186.27 3-inch meter $283.33 351.26 4-inch meter $463.08 536.88 6-inch meter $912.19 1,052.47 8-inch or 10-inch meter $1,450.91 1,671.18 B. Metered consumption charge for services described in subsection A above shall be $2.0350 for each 100 cubic feet consumed for 2018 2020. C. The following monthly customer charges are applicable to the municipal customer classification of water services within the corporate limits of the City of Port Angeles. The customer charge is based upon size of the meter. The customer charges for municipal are as follows: Service Size Effective January 1, 2020 with 5/8-inch meter $40.01 with 3/4-inch meter $40.01 1-inch meter $69.53 1-1/2-inch meter $118.76 2-inch meter $177.82 3-inch meter $335.33 4-inch meter $512.53 D. Metered consumption charge for services described in subsection C above shall be 1.9423 for each 100 cubic feet consumed for 2020. E. The following monthly customer charges are applicable to the non-taxable federal customer classification of water services within the corporate limits of the City of Port Angeles. The customer charge is based upon size of the meter. The customer charges for non-taxable federal are as follows: Service Size Effective January 1, 2020 with 5/8-inch meter $38.95 with 3/4-inch meter $38.95 F - 22October 1, 2019 4 1-inch meter $67.70 1-1/2-inch meter $115.62 2-inch meter $173.12 3-inch meter $326.46 4-inch meter $498.97 F. Metered consumption charge for services described in subsection E above shall be 1.891 for each 100 cubic feet consumed for 2020. 13.44.030 - Industrial usage rate—Within City. A. For the purposes of this section, "industrial customers" are defined as customers whose average monthly potable water consumption is in excess of 350,000 cubic feet per month, where such average is computed by dividing total annual month period by 12; provided, that this rate shall not apply to public wholesale customers of the City, whose rate shall be established by contract as set forth in PAMC 13.44.060. B. Metered consumption shall be $2.092 1.853 for 2018 2020 for each 100 cubic feet consumed. 13.44.040 - Rate for user outside City limits. All water service furnished to a user outside the City limits shall be charged at the rate of 150 percent of the schedule for rates and charges as set forth herein or as amended. This section shall not apply to the resale rate and wholesale contract sales. 13.44.050 - Irrigation rate. The following monthly customer charges are applicable to agriculture and residential and commercial landscaping irrigation service within the corporate limits of the City of Port Angeles. For the purposes of this section, the irrigation rate is available for separately metered services used exclusively for agricultural and irrigation purposes. The charge is based upon size of the meter as specified below: Service Size Effective January 1, 2018 2020 with 5/8-inch meter $41.55 35.26 with 3/4-inch meter service $45.17 35.26 1-inch meter $48.93 64.80 1-1/2-inch meter $86.15 114.02 2-inch meter $131.29 173.09 3-inch meter $235.45 330.59 F - 23October 1, 2019 5 4-inch meter $384.74 507.78 Metered consumption shall be $2.3643 1.9423 for 2018 2020 for each 100 cubic feet consumed. 13.44.055 - Resale rate. In circumstances under which the Director determines pursuant to PAMC 13.32.020.F. that it is appropriate to allow a customer to furnish City water to a subsequent purchaser for the purpose of resale or transfer of the water outside of Port Angeles, the rates and conditions for such water shall be as follows: A. The regular monthly and usage metered rates for the water service at which the water is obtained shall continue to apply. B. A surcharge shall be paid for water consumption in excess of 100,000 gallons at the rate of $0.0052 per gallon for 2018 2020. This surcharge reflects the commodity value of water for resale or transfer as well as the fact that such irregular purchases of City water are not required to pay service connection or latecomer system development charges as do other new customers of the water utility and the fact that single, large purchases of water can have a negative impact on the City's water utility and source of supply. C. Said surcharge may be used for special water utility purposes such as water system or water quality improvement projects. D. Any fees charged by the customer to the subsequent purchaser shall be subject to the approval of the Director. E. The purchaser shall be required to execute a hold harmless agreement, acknowledging that the City makes no representations as to the quality of the water and indemnifying the City and its officials and employees against any claims, lawsuits, or damages that may result directly or indirectly from the purchase of water from the City of Port Angeles. . . . . 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. 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. F - 24October 1, 2019 6 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 ___________, 2019. _______________________ Sissi Bruch, Mayor APPROVED AS TO FORM: _____________________________ William E. Bloor, City Attorney ATTEST: _____________________________ Kari Martinez-Bailey, City Clerk F - 25October 1, 2019 1 ORDINANCE NO. __________ AN ORDINANCE of the City of Port Angeles, Washington amending sections of Chapter 13.57 of the Port Angeles Municipal Code relating to solid waste processing facility rates. THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PORT ANGELES DO HEREBY ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Ordinance 3243 as amended, and Chapter 13.57 of the Port Angeles Municipal Code relating to solid waste processing facility rates are hereby amended by amending sections of Chapter 13.57 as follows: CHAPTER 13.57 - SOLID WASTE PROCESSING FACILITY . . . . 13.57.020 - Rates. The following rates include all applicable taxes except as noted and shall be charged at the solid waste processing facility: A. All collection entities shall be charged and pay the following rates at the transfer station: 1. Collection entities that provide the City an exemption certificate in accordance with WAC 458-20-250(7) and City of Port Angeles accounts shall be charged the rate shown in the following table per ton for municipal solid waste. This rate does not include the Washington State solid waste collection tax. Beginning January 1, 2018 2020 Rate Surcharge Total $122.66 119.47706 $25.51 $148.17 144.98706 2. Collection entities that provide the City an exemption certificate in accordance with WAC 458-20-250(7) and City of Port Angeles accounts shall be charged the rate shown in the following table per ton for clean yard waste. This rate does not include the Washington State solid waste collection tax. The transfer station attendant shall determine whether each load qualifies as clean yard waste eligible for this rate. Yard waste that is not eligible for this rate shall be deemed municipal solid waste for determining rates. F - 26October 1, 2019 2 Beginning January 1, 2018 2020 Rate $30.27 31.5524 3. The rate shown in the following table per ton for wastewater treatment plant biosolids: Beginning January 1, 2018 2020 Rate $80.90 119.69136 4. The City shall pay the collection entity charges for municipal solid waste received at the transfer station from the contractor for the Blue Mountain drop box operation under the service agreement. The City shall pay the collection entity charges for yard waste received at the transfer station from the contractor for curbside collection of yard waste under the service agreement. 5. Collection entities that do not provide the City an exemption certificate in accordance with WAC 458-20-250(7) shall be deemed self-hauler for purposes of determining rates. B. All self-haulers shall be charged and shall pay the following rates at the transfer station (except as set forth herein): 1. Non-Taxable Federal Agencies will be charged the rate shown in the following table per ton for municipal solid waste, with a $10.00 minimum fee. Beginning January 1, 2020 Rate Surcharge Total $155.80294 $29.62334 $185.42628 All others will be charged the rate shown in the following table per ton for municipal solid waste The rate shown in the following table per ton for municipal solid waste with a $10.00 minimum fee, plus tax if applicable: Beginning January 1, 2018 2020 Rate Surcharge Total $155.37 162.99083 $30.99 $186.36 193.98083 2. The rate shown in the following table per ton for clean yard waste, with a $5.00 minimum fee, plus tax if applicable. The transfer station attendant shall determine whether each load qualifies F - 27October 1, 2019 3 as clean yard waste eligible for this rate. Yard waste that is not eligible for this rate shall be deemed municipal solid waste for determining rates. Non-Taxable Federal Agencies will be charged the rate shown in the following table per ton for municipal solid waste Beginning January 1, 2020 Rate $48.93009 All others will pay the rate shown in the following table per ton for municipal solid waste with a $5.00 minimum fee, plus tax if applicable: Beginning January 1, 2018 2020 Rate $49.11 51.18746 3. In addition to the fees established by subsections 1. and 2. of this section, a self-hauler that delivers an unsecured load to the transfer station shall be charged a $10.00 fee, plus tax if applicable. 4. There will be no fee charged for recyclable materials deposited into the recycling drop-off facility. There will be no fee charged for acceptable household hazardous waste received at the transfer station. 5. There will be no fee charged for acceptable moderate-risk waste received at the moderate- risk waste facility from residents covered under the interlocal agreement. Commercially exempt small quantity generators shall not deposit moderate-risk waste at the moderate-risk waste facility. 6. Self-hauler rates shall be reduced by 4.6 percent for the federal government, its agencies and instrumentalities. 7. Rates for acceptable special waste shall be charged the rate shown in the following table: Beginning January 1, 2018 2020 Rate Self Haul—Tires (per ton) $176.98 184.48334 Self Haul—Asbestos (per ton) $394.31 411.02318 Self Haul—Metal & White Goods (per ton) $75.21 78.39991 Environmental Fee (per unit) $24.77 25.81782 Self Haul—Contaminated Soils (per ton) $209.63 218.52145 F - 28October 1, 2019 4 Non-Taxable Federal Agencies will be charged Beginning January 1, 2020 Rate Self Haul—Tires (per ton) $176.34762 Self Haul—Asbestos (per ton) $392.89706 Self Haul—Metal & White Goods (per ton) $74.94247 Environmental Fee (per unit) $24.67926 Self Haul—Contaminated Soils (per ton) $208.88465 The environmental fee per unit shall be in addition to the rate per ton for metals and white goods. 8. In lieu of requiring multiple scale house transactions for loads with mixed municipal solid waste, the Director may establish weight reductions for recyclable materials, metals, acceptable household hazardous waste, and acceptable moderate-risk waste. Under no circumstances shall a weight reduction result in a reduction of the minimum fee. The weight reductions approved by the Director shall be issued at the scale house. C. The self-hauler rate PAMC 13.57.020.B.1. may be waived or reduced by up to 50 percent subject to the following requirements: 1. The person requesting a waiver or reduction submits a written application to the Director at least 30 days before disposal of refuse at the transfer station. The Director shall accept or deny the application before refuse is disposed at the transfer station. 2. A waiver may be available for disposal of refuse which is collected as part of a beautification or cleanup program, such as the annual Transfer Station Benefit Dump Day, Clallam County Chain Gang, and Washington State Department of Transportation Adopt a Highway Program, which must dispose of litter. 3. A reduction may be available for disposal of refuse, which is collected as part of the annual City of Sequim Benefit Dump Day. 4. A reduction may be available to charitable, nonprofit organizations, such as the Salvation Army, St. Vincent DePaul, and Serenity House, the primary purpose of which is provide necessary support for the poor or infirm and which must dispose of unusable donated items. 5. Pursuant to Chapter 35.83 RCW, a reduction may be applied to the Housing Authority of Clallam County for self-haul of materials left by tenants who vacate housing authority premises and for disposal of demolition debris. F - 29October 1, 2019 5 6. All waivers or reductions approved by the Director shall be valid for 30 days and shall be limited to projects that further the public health, safety, or welfare, enhances the environment, or is otherwise in the public interest for parties of the interlocal agreement. 7. In order for the waiver or reduction to be valid, applications approved by the Director shall be presented to the scale house attendant at the time of disposal. 8. The rate shown in the following table per ton is for charity municipal solid waste, as defined above, with a $10.00 minimum fee, plus tax if applicable: Beginning January 1, 2020 Rate Surcharge Total $77.25558 $15.50 $92.75558 D. All self-haulers shall be charged and shall pay the following rates per ton at the Blue Mountain drop-box: 1. The rate shown in the following table per ton for municipal solid waste, provided that the minimum charge to a self-hauler is $5.00, plus tax if applicable: . Beginning January 1, 2018 Rate Surcharge Total $209.30 225.89522 $30.99 $240.29 256.88522 Non-Taxable Federal Agencies will be charged Beginning January 1, 2020 Rate Surcharge Total $224.87869 $30.85055 $255.72924 2. Recyclable materials deposited into the recycling drop-off facility will not be charged a fee. Acceptable household hazardous waste will not be charged a fee. 3. The self-hauler rate shall be reduced by 4.6 percent for the federal government, its agencies and instrumentalities. E. The Director shall have authority to enter into contracts with rates other than specified in this chapter, provided that such rates cover the cost of providing the service, the contract provides a benefit to the City not otherwise obtained, the City Manager, Mayor and Council members of the F - 30October 1, 2019 6 Utility Advisory Committee are notified, and that such contracts have a term of no more than 90 days before formal adoption by the City Council. F. The sales price per purchase for Class A Compost at the transfer station shall be: Category Quantity Cubic Yards Price Per Cubic Yard Any Customer 1—3 $20.00 Any Customer 4—49 $17.00 Any Customer 50—99 $16.00 Any Customer 100—299 $15.00 Any Customer 300 or more $14.00 Schools, Non-profit, or Government Agencies four or more $15.00 Washington State sales tax will be added to the prices listed above. The Director shall have authority to establish a different sales price for Class A Compost in response to then existing operating conditions; provided that such price recovers the cost of providing the compost; the price provides a benefit to the City not otherwise obtained; the City Manager, Mayor and Council members of the Utility Advisory Committee are notified; and that the different price expires 90 days after adoption by the Director, unless it is formally ratified by the City Council, in which event the price shall remain in effect to the end of the calendar year. G. The Director is hereby authorized to enter into payment plans and voluntary lien agreements with property owners participating in: (1) a local government voluntary nuisance abatement agreement; or (2) a voluntary property clean up, in lieu of nuisance abatement, assisted by a nonprofit organization, such as the Clallam County Hoarding Task Force. . . . . 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 - 31October 1, 2019 7 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 ___________, 2019. _______________________ Sissi Bruch, Mayor APPROVED AS TO FORM: _____________________________ William E. Bloor, City Attorney ATTEST: _____________________________ Kari Martinez-Bailey, City Clerk F - 32October 1, 2019 1 ORDINANCE NO. __________ AN ORDINANCE of the City of Port Angeles, Washington amending sections of Chapter 13.54 of the Port Angeles Municipal Code relating to garbage collection. THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PORT ANGELES DO HEREBY ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Ordinance 3243 as amended, and Chapter 13.54 of the Port Angeles Municipal Code relating to garbage collection are hereby amended by amending sections of Chapter 13.54 as follows: CHAPTER 13.54 - GARBAGE COLLECTION 13.54.010 Compliance with chapter required 13.54.020 Definition 13.54.030 Compulsory service 13.54.035 General provisions applicable to all services 13.54.040 Solid waste rates collections 13.54.045 Rate class assignment 13.54.050 Schedule R-01-Residential weekly service 13.54.060 Schedule R-02-Residential every other week service 13.54.070 Schedule R-03-Residential yard waste service 13.54.080 Schedule R-04-Residential temportary service 13.54.090 Schedule C-01-Commercial 90-gallon service 13.54.095 Schedule I-01-Industrial 90-gallon service 13.54.100 Schedule C-02-Commercial Commercial, Municipal and Federal 300-gallon service 13.54.105 Schedule I-02-Industrial 300-gallon service 13.54.110 Schedule C-03-Commercial recycling service 13.54.120 Schedule C-04-Commercial temporary service 13.54.125 Schedule I-03-Industrial temporary service 13.54.130 Lien for unpaid garbage collection services 13.54.140 Container requirements 13.54.150 - Recycling, yard waste, and cardboard recycling requirements 13.54.160 - Waste acceptance policy 13.54.170 - Private collectors—Regulations 13.54.180 - Assistance to elderly and/or handicapped 13.54.190 - Penalties F - 33October 1, 2019 2 . . . . 13.54.050 - Schedule R-01—Residential weekly service. A. The non-discounted residential rate per month for one collection of a 90-gallon refuse container per week and the rate per month for each additional refuse container shall be the rates shown in the following table: Effective 2019 2020 Rate $41.08 39.97 The monthly residential rate for those qualifying for discounts per section 13.20 PAMC shall be Discount Rate Effective 2020 25% Discount $30.235 35% Discount $26.205 Upon request, a refuse container collection in addition to the weekly collection may be made and a utility service fee shall be charged per occurrence in accordance with PAMC 3.70.010.B.3. If a person does not request every-other-week service in accordance with PAMC 13.54.060.A. the rate specified within this section shall apply. B. Upon request a 96-gallon recycling container may be provided and shall be collected every other week. The recycling container and collection of the recycling container shall be provided at no additional charge. C. A utility service fee in accordance with PAMC 3.70.010.B.4. shall be charged per container each time the same person at the same service location: (1) changes from Schedule R-01— Residential Weekly Service to Schedule R-02—Residential Every-Other-Week Service; or (2) requests a recycling container where the recycling service has been voluntarily discontinued or terminated in accordance with PAMC 13.54.150.H. D. A utility service fee shall not be charged to resume recycling service if the same person at the same service location voluntarily terminates water, wastewater, garbage collection, and recycling services providing that electric service is maintained. F - 34October 1, 2019 3 13.54.060 - Schedule R-02—Residential every other week service. A. Upon request the rate per month for one collection of a 90-gallon refuse container and the rate per month for each additional refuse container shall be the non-discounted residential rates shown in the following table: Effective 2019 2020 Rate $25.65 26.74 The monthly residential rate for those qualifying for discounts per section 13.20 PAMC shall be Discount Rate Effective 2020 25% Discount $20.05 35% Discount $17.38 B. A refuse container set out in accordance with the scheduled date and time for weekly service shall not be collected. Upon request, a refuse container collection in addition to the every other week collection may be made and a utility service fee shall be charged per occurrence in accordance with PAMC 3.70.010.B.3. C. Upon request a 96-gallon recycling container may be provided and shall be collected every other week. The recycling container and collection of the recycling container shall be provided at no additional charge. D. A utility service fee in accordance with PAMC 3.70.010.B.4 shall be charged per container each time the same person at the same service location: (1) changes from Schedule R-02— Residential Every Other Week Service to Schedule R-01—Residential Weekly Service; or (2) requests a recycling container where the recycling service has been voluntarily discontinued or terminated in accordance with PAMC 13.54.150.H; provided, however, this paragraph shall not apply to any changes or requests made during the two weeks after the effective date of any amendments to the rates under Schedule R-01 or Schedule R-02. E. A utility service fee shall not be charged to resume recycling service if the same person at the same service location voluntarily terminates water, wastewater, garbage collection, and recycling services providing that electric service is maintained. F. Under no circumstances shall the rate for any single dwelling or multiple dwelling be less than the rate specified in this section, except as allowed by PAMC 13.20. F - 35October 1, 2019 4 13.54.070 - Schedule R-03—Residential yard waste service. A. Upon request the rate per month per 96-gallon yard waste container for one collection of yard waste every other week during the months of March through November and once per month during the months of December through February shall be the rates shown in the following table. The rate per month for each additional yard waste container shall be as shown in the following table: Effective 2019 2020 Rate $9.03 8.875 B. A utility service fee in accordance with PAMC 3.70.010.B.4. shall be charged each time the same customer at the same service location requests the yard waste service where the yard waste service has been terminated. A utility service fee in accordance with PAMC 3.70.010.B.4. shall be charged for each additional yard waste container if the additional container is discontinued by the same customer at the same service location within a period of 120 days. C. A utility service fee shall not be charged to resume yard waste service if the same person at the same service location voluntarily terminates water, wastewater, garbage collection, and yard waste services providing that electric service is maintained. . . . . 13.54.090 - Schedule C-01—Commercial 90-gallon service. A. The Commercial service classification rate per month for one collection of a 90-gallon refuse container per week and semi-weekly collection of a cardboard recycling container shall be the rate shown in the following table. The rate per month for each additional refuse container and for each additional weekly collection of a refuse container shall be the rate shown in the following table. The rate shall be reduced by 4.6 percent for the federal government, its agencies and instrumentalities. Effective 2019 2020 Rate $38.67 37.88 The Municipal service classification rate per month for one collection of a 90-gallon refuse container per week and semi-weekly collection of a cardboard recycling container shall be the F - 36October 1, 2019 5 rate shown in the following table. The rate per month for each additional refuse container and for each additional weekly collection of a refuse container shall be the rate shown in the following table. Effective 2020 Rate $34.78 The rate for the federal government, its agencies and instrumentalities shall be the rate shown in the following table. Effective 2020 Rate $34.37 B. Under no circumstances shall the rate for any commercial building be less than the rate specified in this section. 13.54.095 - Schedule I-01—Industrial 90-gallon service. A. The rate shall be $23.00 per month for one collection of a 90-gallon refuse container per week and semi-weekly collection of a cardboard recycling container. The rate per month for each additional refuse container and for each additional weekly collection of a refuse container shall be $23.00. The rate shall be reduced by 4.6 percent for the federal government, its agencies and instrumentalities. B. Under no circumstances shall the rate for any industrial facility be less than the rate specified in this section. 13.54.100 - Schedule C-02—Commercial, Municipal and Federal 300-gallon service. A. The Commercial service classification rate per month for one collection of a 300-gallon refuse container per week and semi-weekly collection of a cardboard recycling container shall be the rates shown in the following table. The rate per month for each additional refuse container and for each additional weekly collection of a refuse container shall be the rates shown in the following table. The rate shall be reduced by 4.6 percent for the federal government, its agencies and instrumentalities. Effective 2019 2020 Rate $97.76 97.61 F - 37October 1, 2019 6 The Municipal service classification rate per month for one collection of a 300-gallon refuse container per week and semi-weekly collection of a cardboard recycling container shall be the rates shown in the following table. The rate per month for each additional refuse container and for each additional weekly collection of a refuse container shall be the rates shown in the following table. Effective 2019 Rate $92.775 The rate for the federal government, its agencies and instrumentalities shall be the rate shown in the following table. Effective 2020 Rate $91.69 B. Where approved by the Director, a 300-gallon refuse container may be shared by up to five persons. The Director shall determine the rate charged to each person that shares the use of a 300- gallon refuse container based on each person's waste volume and/or weight and Schedule C-02— Commercial 300-Gallon Service. Under no circumstances shall the rate for any person that shares a 300-gallon refuse container be less than Schedule C-01—Commercial 90-Gallon Service. The rate shall be reduced by 4.6 percent for the federal government, its agencies and instrumentalities. C. Where a restricted use container is required by the Director, the Director shall determine the rate charged to each person that is assigned a restricted refuse container based on each commercial dwelling's waste volume and/or weight and Schedule C-02—Commercial 300-Gallon Service. Under no circumstances shall the rate for any person that is assigned a restricted refuse container be less than Schedule C-01—Commercial 90-Gallon Service. The rate shall be reduced by 4.6 percent for the federal government, its agencies and instrumentalities. 13.54.105 - Schedule I-02—Industrial 300-gallon service. A. The rate shall be $79.75 per month for one collection of a 300-gallon refuse container per week and semi-weekly collection of a cardboard recycling container. The rate per month for each additional refuse container and for each additional weekly collection of a refuse container shall be $79.75. The rate shall be reduced by 4.6 percent for the federal government, its agencies and instrumentalities. B. Where a restricted use container is required by the Director, the Director shall determine the rate charged to each person that is assigned a restricted refuse container based on each industrial facility's waste volume and/or weight and Schedule I-02-Industrial 300-Gallon Service. Under no circumstances shall the rate for any person that is assigned a restricted F - 38October 1, 2019 7 refuse container be less than Schedule I-01 -Industrial 90-Gallon Service. The rate shall be reduced by 4.6 percent for the federal government, its agencies and instrumentalities. 13.54.110 - Schedule C-03—Commercial recycling service. When the commercial recycling service is requested in addition to semi-weekly collection of cardboard, the rate shall be the rate shown in the following table per month for one collection of a recycling container per week for each location within the City limits of Port Angeles. The rate per month for each additional recycling container and each additional weekly collection of a recycling container shall be the rate shown in the following table: Effective 2019 2020 Rate $13.80 15.705 . . . . 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. 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 ___________, 2019. _______________________ Sissi Bruch, Mayor F - 39October 1, 2019 8 APPROVED AS TO FORM: _____________________________ William E. Bloor, City Attorney ATTEST: _____________________________ Kari Martinez-Bailey, City Clerk F - 40October 1, 2019 1 VERSION 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 - Monthly 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. Effective January 1, 2018 2020, the monthly annual stormwater utility charge for each non discounted single-family and duplex residential property shall be $16.87 $204.14. Effective January 1, 2020, the annual stormwater utility charge for single-family and duplex residential property for those qualifying for discounts per section 13.20 PAMC shall be $153.11 for 25% Discount eligible and $132.69 for 35% discount eligible. C. The monthly annual stormwater utility charge for all commercial/multiple property shall be calculated by dividing the total impervious area in square feet by 4,000 3,000 square feet, times the rate of $16.7373 $200.85 single-family and duplex residential fee. The minimum monthly annual fee for a commercial/multiple property shall be not less than the monthly annual fee rate of $200.85 for a single-family dwelling, and the maximum monthly annual fee shall be not more than ten fifteen times the monthly fee for a single-family dwelling 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 $190.58. The minimum annual fee for a non-taxable federal property shall not be F - 41October 1, 2019 2 less than the annual fee rate of $190.58 and the maximum monthly fee shall be not more than fifteen times that rate. D 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 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. . . . . 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. 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 ___________, 2019. _______________________ Sissi Bruch, Mayor APPROVED AS TO FORM: _____________________________ William E. Bloor, City Attorney ATTEST: _____________________________ Kari Martinez-Bailey, City Clerk F - 42October 1, 2019 1 VERSION 2 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 - Monthly 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. Effective January 1, 2018 2020, the monthly annual stormwater utility charge for each non discounted single-family and duplex residential property shall be $16.87 $193.49. Effective January 1, 2020, the annual stormwater utility charge for single-family and duplex residential property for those qualifying for discounts per section 13.20 PAMC shall be $145.12 for 25% discount eligible and $125.77 for 35% discount eligible. C. The monthly annual stormwater utility charge for all commercial/multiple property shall be calculated by dividing the total impervious area in square feet by 4,000 3,000 square feet, times the rate of $15.86389 $190.37. single-family and duplex residential fee. The minimum monthly annual fee for a commercial/multiple property shall be not less than the monthly annual fee rate of $190.37 for a single-family dwelling, and the maximum monthly annual fee shall be not more than ten thirty times the monthly fee for a single- family dwelling 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 $180.58. The minimum annual fee for a non-taxable federal property shall not be F - 43October 1, 2019 2 less than the monthly fee rate of $180.58 and the maximum monthly fee shall be not more than thirty times that rate. D 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 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. . . . . 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. 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 ___________, 2019. _______________________ Sissi Bruch, Mayor APPROVED AS TO FORM: _____________________________ William E. Bloor, City Attorney ATTEST: _____________________________ Kari Martinez-Bailey, City Clerk F - 44October 1, 2019 I f i ORDINANCE NO. AN ORDINANCE of the City of Port Angeles, Washington amending sections of Chapter 13.65 relating to wastewater service rates. THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PORT ANGELES DO HEREBY ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Ordinance 2394 as amended, and sections of Chapter 13.65 of the Port Angeles Municipal Code relating to wastewater service rates are hereby amended by amending Chapter 13.65 as follows: 13.65.005 Wastewater rate 13.65.006 Rate class assignment 13.65.01.0 Single residential unit monthly rate 13.65.020 Commercial and industrial rate 13.65.025 Municipal and federal rates 13.65.030 Commercial and industrial equivalent plumbing fixture rate 13.65.035 Reserved 13.65.040 Rate for customers outside City limits 13.65.010 - Single residential unit monthly rate. A. Each residential unit and each living unit connected to the City wastewater collection, treatment and disposal system shall be charged a monthly customer charge during months in which water is consumed, except when exempt by 13.61.090 PAMC. This section shall not apply to a residential connection to the City water system for agricultural and irrigation purposes in accordance with 13.44.050 PAMC. B. 'F qt , and-4,)f-...all--etfstc�mers4n-t1= ut i -of-f1 arate€1 L 1: iA-sly be The months tate is based-upon the size, of the meter as s ecified below, for non-discounted residential tis ers and shall be: 1 ..._......... .......,.._.. ..,.,.,,... ...,.,..,..._........... . ...... ......,r _..._..., ...,.,.,.,.,.,_.... . ......_.. �,,,. ....,,.. .... .. ....,...241-9 ..,. ........ _. .... .....,,,I ...._.....,.,...,.... ..... ........ ..._......... ...... I Effective Date January 1, 2020 _ Base.Rate Cute f Total .._.._ _._. 4 . 4 with 5/8-inch meter "� .-�3.9-33_%4 t3 92 $4726 .... ...... & = with 1/� Inch meter --22- --1 41 7�i 13 97 $55.68 With 1-incl meter $58.60 13.92 � $12.52 .._... �_..... �._._. �. ...._._. . .�.._.�__..._... 14t �tate, with 1 1.2 inch 13.92 5114.63 meter 10f} 71 ._.. . ____._.__....n . .. . ._..._.._... _,_ . . .u. ._ _..__...u_. a _ C.The_,z ,_resident a1 rate �c�r those cla�allfv,irlg_,fQr cl scounts._. �r section.13.20 PA1 C.�.._fcj al:l.rzjctr src shall be: Effective Date aJanuary 1 2020 _,_.... . _..... . ... .. . _.... u_. . ... Base mate C Rate Total (1 .......... 25% Discount $25M'0" 25 00 `�„10 26 1 $352. 6. 35% .DJs,court $21..0'7 .x.12 ._....._-1-he--r-at y--4-,-2049 .I sC� & 4.49 Q7711 ..._..,............ .. . .... _. Q. Metered consczmption for all residential customers shall be based on the, water consumption and shall._be cre!� 10,0 c i,ibiwcTfool, Kgggydle of eter.rvsize.: Effective date J�rluar 1, 202(} Waste water Lisa e CSC) Lisa re 'T'otal usage Residential non discount $4.243 $1.543 $5.786 Residential 25% discount $3..183. $._1._,...1.:37 $4.320 j�gjjj!,nti l 35% discount $1759 W985 $3.744 2 13.65.020 - Commercial and industrial rate. Each commercial and industrial wastewater customer connected to the City wastewater collection, treatment, and disposal system, including commercial and industrial wastewater customers in the unincorporated EUGA,except when exempt by 13.61.090 PANIC, shall be charged-g g)onthl rate based on the size of the meter as specified below_,_of. ........... Effective Date January 1, 201-9 2020 Base Rate CSO Rate Total ............ Aa�ie-Rat&-with 5/8-inch $13.61 $47.02 $U-43,3 3.3 4 meter . . ... ... ................ .................--............................... ......................... with 3/4-inch meterC28(4 $5-48 41.76 $1168 $55.44 ......... ............ with I-inch meter LS 8.6 1 .. $13.68 172.29 with. 1 1/2 -inch meter WM2, $13.68 $114A .. ........ ........... with 2-inch meter $13.68 $164.93 .......... ................................ ................................ ............................. with 3-inch meter $286.01 $1168 $299.69 ............... with 4-inch meter $437.61 $13.68 1 $451.29 .............. -------- with 6-inch meter $858.72 $1 $872.40 ............. ..... -Rat&-with 8-inch n SA4_1,364.06 1 $13,68 $1,377.74 ................ ........... ...............................-7-77",............ Metered cot tui M tion for all commercial and industrial customers shall be based on the water 1 _. — -g— go i.j.sun-iption and shall Ede per each 100 cubic, -djess of meter size: Effective Date January 1, 204-9-2020 CSO Rate 'I'Ota! Base Rate .............................................................................. Consumption Rate per 1.516 5.752 -5-.Q 100 cubic feet $ 4.24.3 44A4447,Ae .......... ........... ........ 13.65.025 Muric ipW_,g�!�deral rates. Each municipal wastewater customer connected to the City wastewater collection, treatment, and dispc sill �y jq -i419 I'll-U1.i.-eJ.W ..w........a.....-s.1..t..e..w............ater c1111 s--t----o- mers in the unj.,ncqq) e E1JCr&except ............ when exempt by 13.61.090 PAMC, shall,be_chqtrg,(�& 3 ............ ................................................ Effective Date 13anuaryl 2020 �..___ .�._.._ ._�_....__._._. ..._._ _V.__ .w..... .__ . _..... _ __.... Base ate € CSO Rate total With 5/8-inch meter 2,� �.. , $ 3 146, ...... ._4 ....... 4 .... ..... . with 3/4-inch rneter $ 40.05 $13.08 $54.33 _..._. with 1 inch aster $57.05 $13.078 $70.73 with l/2 inch metes � j)8.05 � $13 t��».. . � .. X1117; �_,., �. ... _.. . . _,.,.... ..... ... ....,,_ _.._... .._�., with 2 inch meter 1 $147.4 ( `fi 1 x_68 � `�1 fa0 92 i :: ....... ...... _ with 3-inch eater: `27.8_mA ?1168 x.9111 .._ : I with 4-inch meter $426.02 $1.3.0 ......,_ _._.. ._.$439.70 _m.... _.. ... . . Metered_consurn t�c7n for all �r���z�%opal customers shall be based ail the water cc»ns z�l�stir��� atrd shall be ,r each 100 chic cit, re ardless (A meter �ize: ...... anuarL Effective Date [ 2020 l . k .............. ............. . ......... _ ase ate O ate 'Total . . ..... I Q9}jsuMfrt% r Rate ! 1 5l h $5 647 � 100cubicfeet $ 4.131 ; _I-?,ach Non—taxable federal_..wastewater„customer connec=ted to the__.C'ity_wastewater c.c�ll�ction, treatment, and drsl7osal system, includirz x nc>n tax4l:)Ie federal wastewater custorners in the unincor c r ted:...1'. GA .slrral,l_N._clrggA. Effective Date farauLir 1_1 2020 Base Rate . ILS C) Rate ; Total s with 5/8 inch meter - $23_)4 $13.00 $40,.14 cc with 3/4-inch_rzzcte:r $37.5.013.00► $54,33 ' with 1 inch r�etcr $52 03 $1 3 0CJ ( $70.73 I __ . . ...... _ .... with 1 1/2 - inch meter $90.44 1 $13 00 $111.73 �.... . .....__.. ... ,.. _. _. _.�.... _ . . 4 .......... ........................ with 2-inch meter I $1-3,"5.82-- '1�3.00 $160.92 . _....._w_ -------- with 3-inch meter $256.92 $13.00 $292.11 -- ­-- with 4-inch meter $392,96 $13.00 $439,70 ................. ------ Metered con.su!MLj,Qn­,j'6r all non-taxable f-ederat customers shall be based on the water ........... , less of meter size: con in )ti.on and shalt.be pgEgj�k bot ,regar ........... I's _1-00 cubic f .......... __ .. January Effective Date 2020 ................................................. ase Rate Total B .. .......... A Consumption lutaper1.398 $5.210 $ 1810 100 cubic feet .............. This section shall not apply to a commercial connection to the City water system for agricultural and irrigation purposes in accordance with 13.44.050 PANIC. 13.65.030 - Commercial and industrial equivalent plumbing fixture rate. This section applies only to customers whose application to be charged as provided in this section was granted on or before December 31, 2019. From and after January 1, 2020, no utility customer shall be eligible to apply for the option provided by this section. A commercial and industrial wastewater customer, at its option, may apply in writing to the Department of Public Works and Utilities to have their wastewater charges calculated at: Effective Date I January 1,20-1-9 2020 .............. Charge per V.17 $7.38 fixture CSO $24-9 $2.33 Total Rate per $8-.35 $9.71 fixture ............­.­.......... ­...­.................... 5 The total number of equivalent plumbing fixtures shall be calculated, based upon the following table, which is hereby adopted from the United States of America Standards Institute National Plumbing Code, USASI, A40.8-1955: EQUIVALENT PLUMBING FIXTURE UNITS EQUIVALENT FIXTURE TYPE PLUMBING FIXTURE UNITS One bathroom group consisting of tank-operated water closet, lavatory, and 6 bathtub or shower stall Bathtub (with or without overhead shower) 2 .................... Bidet 3 ............ Combination sink-and-tray3 I _ .............................................................. Combination sink-and-tray with food-disposal unit 4 Dental unit or cuspidor ........... Dental lavatory Drinking fountain 1/2 ............... .........................................­­­........ Dishwasher, domestic 2 Floor drains Kitchen sink, domestic 2 ............ Kitchen sink, domestic, with food waste grinder 3 .................. .......................... ...........................................- Lavatory Lavatory 2 Lavatory, barber, beauty parlor 2 ................... .................. ......... Lavatory, surgeon's2 .................................... ...................... Laundry tray (I or 2 compartments) 2 Shower stall, domestic 2 Showers (group) per head 3 ......................... Sinks: Surgeon's 3 ........... Flushing rim (with valve) 8 ................... ................................ ............. ........................ ------- ........................... 6 __._. . _....._�.. ._w..... __. _�._.. .. _.....�_. ._�.__._.. _.. __.._. ....__._ ...... _ ... _._......... Service (trap standard) 3 ..,.T..... __ _. .........._. ....... Service (P trap) [ 2 Pot, scullery, etc. 4 ... Urinal, pedestal, syphon het, blowout 8 .......r..__.... __ . ..,_._.,_ ,._... _._. ...._...... Urinal, wall lip 4 Urinal stall, washout 4 _..Urinal. trough (each 2-11. section) _.... __ _... .. _. .. _.. �.. w 2 � J Wash sink(circular or multiple) each set of faucets ! 2 Water closet, tank-operated 4 Water closet, vane operated 8 �.... . .. . .....� w. ..�_ .. . __ ... _. ...... .. ....... . .. ._ .. ... In addition to the above units, the following fixture types shall be assigned equivalent plumbing fixture units as follows: EQUIVALENT FIXTURE TYPE PLUMBING FIXTURE UNITS _....__ ...... ___------- 400-lb. .400 lb commercial washer 89.6 200-1b. commercial washer 44.8 50-lb. commercial washer 11.2 _ ... 35-1b. commercial ..� .... . ...... _. ...... __. .. ._... washer 7.8 25-1b. commercial washer 5.6 18 lbs.�and under commercial washer_. 4.0 ..... ....... .. ...... .......... , ..................... 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. 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. 7 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 ,2019. Sissi. Bruch, Mayor APPROVED AS TO FORM: William E. Bloor, City Attorney ATTEST: Kari Martinez-Bailey, City Clerk 8 1 ORDINANCE NO. __________ AN ORDINANCE of the City of Port Angeles, Washington amending sections of Chapter 13.73 of the Port Angeles Municipal Code relating to ambulance service and medic I rates. THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PORT ANGELES DO HEREBY ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Ordinance 3469 as amended, and Chapter 13.73 of the Port Angeles Municipal Code relating to ambulance service and medic I rates are hereby amended by amending sections of Chapter 13.73 as follows: CHAPTER 13.73 - AMBULANCE SERVICE AND MEDIC I PUBLIC UTILITY . . . . PART D 13.73.400. - Charges established. In accordance with the rate study presented to the City Council, effective July 1, 2017 January 1, 2020, the base rates and fees for the utility shall be as follows: User Classification Rate Residential $99.72 112.20 per year, per unit Assisted living facilities* $14,243.04 20,315.90 per year, per classification 24-Hour nursing facilities* $1,521.96 3,462.12 per year, per classification Group homes* $401.40 458.64 per year, per classification Jail facilities* $2,563.92 2,970.36 per year, per classification unit Schools* $6,586.56 7,943.04 per year, per classification Commercial/Business $108.36 115.44 per year, per unit F - 45October 1, 2019 2 Apartments/Housing Authority $11,720.28 16,163.40 per year, per classification City public areas/Municipal $43,760.76 60,992.29 per year, per classification * Rates for individual facilities do not include allowable exemptions and vary based upon their percentage of use within that classification. For individual facility rates, with allowable exemptions, see Exhibit A. In accordance with the rate study presented to the City Council, effective January 1, 2018, the base rates and fees for the utility shall be as follows: January 2018 User Classification Rate Residential $103.92 per year, per unit Assisted Living* $18,430.08 per year, per classification 24-Hour Nursing* $2000.76 per year, per classification Group Homes* $423.36 per year, per classification Jail Facilities* $2744.16 per year, per classification Schools* $7124.16 per year, per classification Commercial/Business $114.00 per year, per unit Apartments/Housing Authority $12,979.56 per year, per classification City Public Areas/Municipal $46,853.21 per year, per classification * Rates for individual facilities do not include allowable exemptions and vary based upon their percentage of use within that classification. For individual facility rates, with allowable exemptions, see Exhibit B. In accordance with the rate study presented to the City Council, effective January 1, 2019, the base rates and fees for the utility shall be as follows: January 2019 User Classification Rate F - 46October 1, 2019 3 Residential $106.08 per year, per unit Assisted Living* $21,850.56 per year, per classification 24-Hour Nursing* $2395.08 per year, per classification Group Homes* $435.95 per year, per classification Jail Facilities* $2839.56 per year, per classification Schools* $7442.88 per year, per classification Commercial/Business $117.48 per year, per unit Apartments/Housing Authority $13,929.96 per year, per classification City Public Areas/Municipal $48,489.84 per year, per classification * Rates for individual facilities do not include allowable exemptions and vary based upon their percentage of use within that classification. For individual facility rates, with allowable exemptions, see Exhibit C. 13.73.410 - Medicaid adjustment. As provided in PAMC 13.73.300, the base rate established above shall be adjusted for persons who are Medicaid eligible and who reside in a nursing facility, boarding home, adult family home, or receive in-home services. The method and amount of such adjustments are shown on the attached Exhibit A, dated July 1, 2017 January 1, 2020 which supersedes and replaces any prior Exhibit A, is hereby adopted and approved. Also attached is Exhibit B for fees effective January 1, 2018 and Exhibit C for fees effective January 1, 2019. Exhibit A Starting July 1, 2017 January 1, 2020 User Classification Facility Proposed Annual Fee 24-Hour Nursing Crestwood $ 1,521.96 3,462.09 Group Homes Serenity House $ 187.32 223.51 F - 47October 1, 2019 4 Clallam Hostelries $ 105.60 121.42 2 nd Street House $ 108.48 125.09 Assisted Living Laurel Place $ 3,577.20 8,761.47 St. Andrews Place $ 2,356.32 4,355.03 Park View Villa $ 8037.12 7,199.39 Peninsula Manor $ 272.28 Schools Lincoln $ 221.28 176.40 Franklin $ 382.92 328.89 Hamilton $ 382.92 484.43 Jefferson $ 463.68 502.36 Peninsula College $ 1,877.28 2,643.42 PAHS $ 1,958.04 1,961.40 Queen of Angels $ 150.24 530.21 Stevens $ 1,150.32 1,315.65 Jail Facilities Adult and juvenile $ 2,563.92 2,970.36 * High demand user classifications that do not qualify for an exemption cannot have a per-unit fee less than that of the commercial/business classification. Apartment Address Annual Fee Tempest 112 North Albert $ 871.56 956.85 Gerald Austin Apartments 1305 East 1st $ 909.36 1,715.85 Bayview Apartments 306 West 1st $ 669.72 853.98 8 th Street Apartments 615 West 8th $ 539.64 635.98 Morning Glory 529 East 1 st $ 456.72 607.90 F - 48October 1, 2019 5 Rozelle 212 West 3rd $ 639.24 738.41 Jean Tyson 405 East Front $ 234.36 280.20 Uptown 120 South Laurel $ 402.96 456.99 Housing Authority 1 323 East 2nd $ 3,189.00 4,909.20 Housing Authority 2 401 East 5th $ 1,823.52 2,807.46 Maloney Heights 2311 West 8th $ 1,983.96 2,180.76 Exhibit B Starting January 1, 2018 User Classification Facility Proposed Annual Fee 24-Hour Nursing Crestwood $ 2,000.76 Group Homes Serenity House $ 197.64 Clallam Hostelries $ 111.36 2 nd Street House $ 114.48 Assisted Living Laurel Place $ 5,202.96 St. Andrews Place $ 3,069.72 Park View Villa $ 9,782.04 Peninsula Manor $ 375.48 Schools Lincoln $ 234.72 Franklin $ 407.76 Hamilton $ 407.76 Jefferson $ 494.28 Peninsula College $ 2,008.56 PAHS $ 2,095.08 F - 49October 1, 2019 6 Queen of Angels $ 246.24 Stevens $ 1,229.88 Jail Facilities Adult and juvenile $ 2,744.16 * High demand user classifications that do not qualify for an exemption cannot have a per-unit fee less than that of the commercial/business classification. Apartment Address Annual Fee Tempest 112 North Albert $ 916.92 Gerald Austin Apartments 1305 East 1st $ 1,075.80 Bayview Apartments 306 West 1st $ 704.52 8 th Street Apartments 615 West 8th $ 567.60 Morning Glory 529 East 1 st $ 480.36 Rozelle 212 West 3rd $ 672.48 Jean Tyson 405 East Front $ 246.36 Uptown 120 South Laurel $ 423.72 Housing Authority 1 323 East 2nd $ 3,692.40 Housing Authority 2 401 East 5th $ 2,111.76 Maloney Heights 2311 West 8th $ 2,087.64 Exhibit C Starting January 1, 2019 User Classification Facility Proposed Annual Fee F - 50October 1, 2019 7 24-Hour Nursing Crestwood $ 2,395.08 Group Homes Serenity House $ 203.28 Clallam Hostelries $ 114.72 2 nd Street House $ 117.96 Assisted Living Laurel Place $6,572.76 St. Andrews Place $3,652.08 Park View Villa $11,163.60 Peninsula Manor $ 462.00 Schools Lincoln $ 242.04 Franklin $ 421.20 Hamilton $ 421.20 Jefferson $ 510.84 Peninsula College $ 2,078.28 PAHS $ 2,167.80 Queen of Angels $ 329.52 Stevens $ 1,272.12 Jail Facilities Adult and juvenile $ 2,839.56 F - 51October 1, 2019 8 * High demand user classifications that do not qualify for an exemption cannot have a per-unit fee less than that of the commercial/business classification. . . . . 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. 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 Apartment Address Annual Fee Tempest 112 North Albert $ 942.96 Gerald Austin Apartments 1305 East 1 st $ 1,213.20 Bayview Apartments 306 West 1 st $ 724.56 8 th Street Apartments 615 West 8 th $ 583.68 Morning Glory 529 East 1 st $ 493.92 Rozelle 212 West 3 rd $ 691.44 Jean Tyson 405 East Front $ 253.20 Uptown 120 South Laurel $ 435.72 Housing Authority 1 323 East 2 nd $ 4,099.32 Housing Authority 2 401 East 5 th $ 2,344.92 Maloney Heights 2311 West 8 th $ 2,147.04 F - 52October 1, 2019 9 take effect five (5) days after passage and publication of an approved summary thereof consisting of the title. PASSED by the City Council of the City of Port Angeles at a regular meeting of said Council held on the _____ day of ___________, 2019. _______________________ Sissi Bruch, Mayor APPROVED AS TO FORM: _____________________________ William E. Bloor, City Attorney ATTEST: _____________________________ Kari Martinez-Bailey, City Clerk F - 53October 1, 2019 Date: October 1, 2019 To: City Council From: Brian S. Smith, Police Chief Thomas Hunter, Public Works Director Sarina Carrizosa, Finance Director Subject: Amendment to the 2020 – 2025 Capital Facilities Plan and Transportation Improvement Plan to include School Zone Crosswalk Safety Enhancements Background and Analysis: The Police Department and the Public Works Department are working jointly on a traffic safety improvement program for school zones and some intersections with red lights. Part of this program involves the proposed installation of school zone traffic cameras that would be used to enforce traffic violations. The requirements for school zone cameras include the deployment of fla shing amber light systems that activate on school days and during school hours prior to the installation of cameras used for enforcement. Staff has determined that the best school zone to pilot this program is Franklin School due to its close proximity to Olympic National Park and cross-town commuter traffic pass through that occurs in this school zone during school hours. The estimated cost of $30,000 includes amber LED lights, solar panels and a timer that only activates the amber lights during school days and school hours. Staff believes that the deployment of this school zone amber light system will improve safety and driver compliance within the 20 mph school zone speed limit around Franklin School. This cost is for one school zone only occurring in 2019, with other school zone enhancements occurring in consecutive years based on revenue from traffic enforcement utilizing cameras. Without deploying a fully operational system in a school zone it is hard to determine how much revenue will be generated through violations. As funding becomes available from these violations it is the recommendation of staff to add flashing amber systems to all the school zones inside Port Angeles. To accomplish this project, it is necessary to amend the CFP/TIP to include the project TR0919 – Traffic Safety Camera Program. Summary: On June 18, 2019 the City Council passed Resolution No 10-19 which adopted the 2020 - 2025 Capital Facilities Plan (CFP) and Transportation Improvement Program (TIP). The Police Department and the Public Works Department have proposed an amendment to the CFP/TIP to include TR0919 – Traffic Safety Program for the installation of amber warning light systems in School Zones to prepare for the installation of traffic cameras that would be used to enforce traffic violations in school zones. The first school zone identified for this program is Franklin School. Funding: $30,000 of initial funding will come from General Fund reserves as a result of 2018 savings. Additional revenue for future school zone safety lights will come from revenue generated from traffic violations in school zones enforced with traffic cameras. Recommendation: 1) Open the public hearing regarding the amendment of the Capital Facilities Plan and Transportation Improvement Plan to include the installation of flashing school zone lights; and 2) Pass the resolution to amend the Capital Facilities Plan and Transportation Improvement Plan and direct staff to incorporate the expenditure in the third amendment to the 2019 Budget. F - 54October 1, 2019 Funding: $30,000 of initial funding will come from General Fund reserves as a result of 2018 savings. Additional revenue for future school zone safety lights will come from revenue generated from traffic violations in school zones enforced with traffic cameras. F - 55October 1, 2019 RESOLUTION NO. A RESOLUTION of the City Council of the City of Port Angeles, Washington, setting a public hearing on amending the City’s Capital Facilities Plan for 2019 – 2024, which includes the City’s Transportation Improvement Program for the years 2019-2024. WHEREAS, the City of Port Angeles is required to annually update its Capital Facilities Plan (CFP) and its Transportation Improvement Program (TIP); and WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Port Angeles, Washington being the legislative body of said City, on the 15th day of May 2018 and the 5th day of June 2018, did hold public hearings on the update of its CFP and TIP; and WHEREAS, the proposed CFP and TIP for 2019-2024 was consistent with the City’s Comprehensive Plan; and WHEREAS, the City Council found and declared that the CFP, including the TIP, was appropriate to address the capital and transportation planning needs of the City for 2019-2024. WHEREAS, on June 5, 2018 the City Council adopted Resolution No. 07-18 which adopted the proposed CFP and TIP for 2019-2024. WHEREAS, the City Council desires to amend Resolution 07-18 by adding a project, as described in Exhibit A, for inclusion in the CFP and TIP for 2019-2024. WHEREAS, a public hearing regarding the proposed amendment was held on September 17, 2019 WHEREAS, this proposed amendment to the CFP and TIP for 2019-2024 is presented in conjunction with an amendment to the 2019 Budget, to be presented in the near future. F - 56October 1, 2019 NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Port Angeles hereby amends the CFP and TIP for 2019-2024 by including the proposed project. PASSED by the City Council of the City of Port Angeles at a regular meeting of said Council held on the 1st day of October 2019. _______________________________ Sissi Bruch, Mayor ATTEST: _______________________________ Kari Martinez-Bailey, City Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: _______________________________ William E. Bloor, City Attorney F - 57October 1, 2019 TRAFFIC SAFETY CAMERA PROGRAM TR0919 PROJECT STATUS: PLANNING LATITUDE / LONGITUDE: VARIOUS LOCATIONS PROJECT MANAGER: JONATHAN BOEHME TYPE: SAFETY ABOUT THE PROJECT: Implement a traffic safety camera program which includes cameras in school zones and certain intersections. The first phase of the project in 2020 will include installing flashing school zone beacons around Franklin Elementary and entering into an agreement with a Traffic Camera firm to provide cameras and enforcement functions. It is anticipated that revenues derived from this initial deployment would fund additional school zone systems and red light cameras. Potential school zone deployments include: Jefferson Elementary, Hamilton Elementary, Port Angeles High School, and Stevens Middle School. Potential red light camera locations include: Race Street at Lauridsen Blvd., and Hwy 101 at Golf Course. JUSTIFICATION: Improve traffic safety and compliance with traffic laws. Project #TR0919 Project status: Latitude/ Longitude:Various Locations Project Manager: About the Project: Justification: PRIOR BUDGET YEARS 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025Utility Reserves -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Grants - - - - - - - - Transportation District - - - - - - - - General Fund - - 30,000 - - - - - Donations/Insurance - - - - - - - - Other Funds/REET - - - - - - - - TOTAL $ - $ - $ 30,000 $ - $ - $ - $ - $ - EXPENDITURES Prior 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025Design- - - - - - - - Construction - - 30,000 - - - - - TOTAL $ - $ - $ 30,000 $ - $ - $ - $ - $ - Prior 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025Labor- - - - - - - - Supplies - - - - - - - - Communications - - - - - - - - Depreciation - - - 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 Other -explain - - - - - - - - $ - $ - $ - $ 1,000 $ 1,000 $ 1,000 $ 1,000 $ 1,000 Maintenance includes reductions and additions to depreciation, labor, repairs, software, monthly communication fees, utilities, etc. Life in years 30 ************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************* Implement a traffic safety camera program which includes cameras in school zones and certain intersections. The first phase of the project in 2020 will include City install flashing school zone beacons around Fraklin Elementary and entering in an agreement with a Traffic Camera firm to provide cameras and inforcement functions. Its anticipated that revenues devived from this initial deployment would fund additional school zone systems and Improve traffic safety and compliance with traffic laws. FUNDING SOURCES CAPITAL FACILITY PLAN TOTAL OTHER COSTS OTHER OPERATING COSTS Traffic Safety Camera Program Planning Safety J. Boehme G:\EXCHANGE\CFP\2020-2025 CFP\Copy of CFP 312 Transportation - Add Camera CFP for CouncilCopy of CFP 312 Transportation - Add Camera CFP for Council TR0919 1 of 1 Revision Date: 3/19/15 Print Date: 9/12/20199:19 AM Maintenance includes reductions and additions to depreciation, labor, repairs, software, monthly communication fees, utilities, etc. Maintenance Cost Descriptions: Estimated life 30 years Attachment A F - 58October 1, 2019 hr v / COOP PLAN ADDRESSES HOW CRITICAL OPERATIONS WILL CONTINUE UNDER A BROAD F N GE OF CIRCUMSTANCEN', s, IS r in; /� /��✓�/� //� .-/ r % ,air i , %���//, i��� G�ie/ /i� �r/-i i„ir ✓� iii / /c i � _, i�/%/ it/i,�i ,iri ✓,/ i/s ii „ , ,,, ;, o,; „ii,,, r„ „ ;,r„ ,�/ ;;,; �� 'D}rnaimvWr# ua� COOP A COOP PLAN ADDRESSES EMERGENCIES FROM AN ALL i ro r r HAZARDS FIRE FLOOD EARTHQUAKE STORM AGE POWER OUT r pJ� y WE bad /ir fir' "i""" s r ri/r r rirl//>si ////i fr 77 , ,i!,j r. ✓ir//�/r,/err r r/�i r, rr r.//ri,i i,,, ,r„ ., ,";�,",:`- ' „///„,l 1/ri�ii m/..�rrf�r/r c,�i/6.�.M.�,✓i�i� ,,,1 rrr, ,e„v„/�, ,,,",,,, � ”" �'", ,,, ", ,;” -' ,, � ., ,,,r, �,., - � COOP PLAN-.. . IDENTIFIES KEY PERSONNEL IDENTIFIES ALTERNATIVE FACILITY LOCATIONS IDENTIFIES ESSENTIAL MISSION FUNCTIONS ,y �f n »�"�xr»srvnruw�Vow�"" y»91I gigs MISSION ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS i � /� � � r����R'/✓/ /1/f/ �/i���i I��/� ,,, -„ � moo, J i �„ 'ROVIDE VITAL SERVICES EXERCISE CIVIL AUTHORITY MAINTAIN SAFETY OF THE PUBLI SUSTAIN THE INDUSTRIAL AND ECONOMIC A E r s f i r r„ "'S m m i rnN° e. ESSENTIAL F CTIONS FUNCTIONSARE DIRECTED BY LAW OR ST'A'TUTE /r / ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS FUNCTIONS NEED TO BE PERFORMED UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES, EITHER UNINTERRUPTED OR WITH MINIMAL INTERRUPTION 0 0 E ENTIAL F CTIONS 33 UN FUNCTION S REQUIRE IMMEDIATE EXECUTIONIN THE EVENT OF AN EMERGENCY ......... .......... f S1.0i "'K, ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS FUNCTION MUST BE RESUMED WITHIN TWELVE HOURS WITHOUT r � gdWyi6 UN ESSENTIAL F CTIONS THE FUNCTION MUST BE MAINTAINED FOR. 'THIRTY DAYS WITHOUT OUTSIDE -AS SISTANCE, i ".... ' rvdI NVWI 'cDiYy')E1;7Ngli ,iyY,Wf�'.. FINANCE w TIER 1 - IMMEDIATE - RECOVERY TIME OBJECTIVE 0 - 12 HOURS, LESS THAN 24 TOURS SEND A FINANCE REPRESENTATIVE TO THE EOC SUPPORT INCIDENT THROUGH FUNDING ALLOCATION, ENSURE LIQUID► FUNDS AVAILABILITY PROCESS IMECARDS AND ISSUE PAYCHECKS 1 �X �R " �' PAYMENTS r r %, , n' i °maw CITY COUNCIL TIER 1 - IMMEDIATE - RECOVERY TIME OBJECTIVE 0 - 12 HOURS, LESS THAN 24 HOURS MAINTAIN SEAT OF GOVERNMENT, FACILITATE POLICY ACTIONS SUPPORT INCIDENT AND COOP OPERATIONS THROUGH ACTIONS AND FUNDING ALLOCATION LIAISE, WITH OTHER .JURISDICTIONS, .ELECTED OFFICIALS AND STAFF,ANIS CONNECT" WITH � SDICtl0NS,A� THE t, L C r _ , Iw n I / r I '�r II�k ��i� I uuuuuuuu l IQI w / ro r rr r/try 1 r " /✓O�rr f/r��l/tPr ullmllul ii i m fyl // .,�!.�//%r;,i!f�fr///;✓Orli!/ � ,;;,,, ,,, ,,,,,;,,,,, ,, ;; �,� /: ,.,/;�/ rr{l1 Irl /iii /%�/�>�,%/fir/"/: � ,.,".;. �,; �/1✓ii��%��, �" ., .r �, r /%/��//�;-, //�///✓ ,� j�i fir, i; r /r ,,, ",;,,; ri f / i�iir�/�/!��F�"' �,��/!f,, ,,�/�//� /,/I//��,/i/// r .,:,/ir//// ✓s / it r/ ;, � r � ///,,,i/i i /�/r/r r//i ,✓, -.rill.. r ,i/. r r r ;", /////r/G/i/i �/i�i, i. / /, ��� rrr r r, r / r i,//, / / � i °�� r✓ >/, Date: October 1, 2019 To: City Council From: Allyson Brekke, Community & Economic Development Director Sarina Carrizosa, Finance Director Nathan West, City Manager Subject: Lodging Tax Advisory Committee Recommendations and Fund Allocation for 2020 Background / Analysis: The Lodging Tax Advisory Committee met on September 18, 2019 and discussed several items relating to their priorities and goals, budget allocation for the City’s fund for 2020, review criteria for the 2020 Lodging Tax fund (non-event) and event applications and the term length of the Committee members. The Committee approved five motions during their meeting. The first motion made a recommendation to City Council to amend Section 2 of the Guided Policy set forth in Council Resolution No. 11-18 to read: “In determining the recipients and amounts of event grants, priority shall be given to events held during non-demand periods. The Lodging Tax Committee is expected to consider this timeframe relative to the percentage of grants awarded and dollars received on an annual basis.” The proposed amended resolution is attached to this memo. The Committee’s second motion occurred following extension conversation on allocation. It included discussion on setting funds aside for committee priorities as well as the amount allocated to each category in accordance with the Revised Code of Washington. The estimated 2020 revenue the City anticipates from lodging tax is $707,800. The Committee’s recommended allocation is described below: Proposed Budget Allocation for Lodging Tax Fund 2020 • 30% toward Capital (capital expenditures of tourism-related facilities owned or operated by the City) = $212,340 • 5% toward Committee Priorities = $35,390 Summary: The Lodging Tax Advisory Committee met on September 18, 2019 and discussed several items relating to their priorities and goals, allocation for the City’s fund for 2020, review criteria for the 2020 Lodging Tax fund and event applications and the term length of the Committee members. Staff’s recommendation is reflective of the Committee’s motions made during the meeting. Funding: In accordance with the Revised Code of Washington, the Lodging Tax Advisory Committee must provide recommendations to City Council for the use of Lodging Tax funds. Recommendation: 1) To approve a resolution amending the Lodging Tax Advisory Committee Guided Policy by amending Section 2 specific to the prioritization of event grants; 2) To direct Staff to bring back an ordinance adjusting Committee terms of membership from one year to two years; 3) To approve the fund (non-event) and event review criteria for the 2020 Lodging Tax application cycle as proposed, and finally 4) To approve the Committee recommended budget for the 2020 Lodging Tax Fund. I - 1October 1, 2019 • 20% toward Marketing (to support tourism) = $141,560 • 33% toward Operations (operations of tourism-related facilities owned or operated by the City or a nonprofit organization) = $233,574 • 12% toward Events (marketing and operations of special events and festivals designed to attract tourists) = $84,936 Attached to this memo is a summary of the City’s Lodging Tax Fund budget by allocation for the years 2016 through 2020. The Committee’s third and fourth motions related to the review criteria used by the Committee when considering applications from the public for both non-events (capital, tourism marketing, operations) and events. The following criteria were recommended: Fund (Non-Event) Review Criteria 1. Overall tourism impact to the City/Region. (30 pts.) 2. Demonstrates a high potential, or a proven track record, to result in overnight stays by tourists in lodging establishments within the City. (25 pts) 3. Achieves the LTAC priorities. (20 pts.) 4. Demonstrates high value to community (cost/ anticipated local revenue and tax generation). (20 pts.) 5. Strong relationship to support activity within the non- demand periods of the year. (5 pts.) Event Grant Review Criteria 1. Demonstrates a high potential, or a proven track record, to result in overnight stays by tourists in lodging establishments within the City. (30 pts.) 2. Occurs within the non-demand periods of the year. (20pts.) 3. Overall tourism impact to the City/Region. (15 pts.) 4. Demonstrates high value to community (cost/ anticipated local revenue and tax generation. (15 pts.) 5. Achieves the LTAC priorities. (15 pts.) 6. Age of event (1 year = 5 pts, 1-2 years = 4 pts, etc. (5 pts.) The Committee’s fifth and final motion was to direct Staff to prepare an ordinance amending the terms of the Committee’s membership, specifically Section 2.70.030.C.1 of the Port Angeles Municipal Code, to change the term of office from one year to two years. Funding Overview: In accordance with the Revised Code of Washington, the Lodging Tax Advisory Committee must provide recommendations to City Council for the use of Lodging Tax funds. The estimated 2020 revenue the City anticipates from lodging tax is $707,800. Attached: Resolution amending the Lodging Tax Advisory Committee’s Guided Policy Summary of Lodging Tax Budget by Allocation 2016-20 I - 2October 1, 2019 -1- RESOLUTION NO. ____________ A RESOLUTION of the City Council of the City of Port Angeles, Washington, amending the Lodging Tax Advisory Committee Guided Policy by amending Section 2 specific to the prioritization of event grants. WHEREAS, the need for policy direction by Council is imperative for the establishment of good government; and WHEREAS, on August 21, 2018, Council adopted Resolution No. 11-18 setting forth Guided Policies for the allocation and administration of lodging tax funds; and WHEREAS, on September 18, 2019, the Lodging Tax Advisory Committee met and discussed the most appropriate window of time for the grant period; and as a result the committee recommends to amend Section 2 of the Guided Policy set forth in Resolution 11-18 as follows: Guided Policy: The allocation and administration of lodging tax funds shall be the following: 1. Allocate no less than 25% of annual lodging tax receipts to capital projects, and in addition, no less than 5% to capital reserves. If in any year, the amount of lodging tax fund distributed to capital projects is less than the 25%, the difference shall be set aside for capital projects through reserves. 2. In determining the recipients and amounts of event grants, priority shall be given to events held Mid-October through Mid-May. The Lodging Tax Committee is expected to consider this timeframe relative to the percentage of grants awarded and dollars received. 2. In determining the recipients and amounts of event grants, priority shall be given to events held during non-demand periods. The Lodging Tax Committee is expected to consider this timeframe relative to the percentage of grants awarded and dollars received on an annual basis. 3. For events receiving grants of lodging tax funds, in addition to the funds awarded to support the event, additional funds shall be allocated for City right-of-way, traffic control, and utility expenses in conjunction with events receiving awards. I - 3October 1, 2019 -2- 4. To expedite the efficient and timely execution of lodging tax allocations, the City Manager is hereby authorized, and the right is hereby delegated to the City Manager, to execute contracts and agreements. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Port Angeles that Section 2 of the Lodging Tax Advisory Committee Guided Policy is amended as set forth above. PASSED by the City Council of the City of Port Angeles at a regular meeting of said Council held on the 1st day of October 2019. _______________________________ Sissi Bruch, Mayor ATTEST: ________________________________ Kari Martinez-Bailey, City Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: _______________________________ William E. Bloor, City Attorney I - 4October 1, 2019 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 Capital -$ 277,125$ 250,000$ 162,500$ 212,340$ LTAC Priorities -$ -$ -$ -$ 35,390$ Marketing 200,000$ 258,814$ 283,985$ 292,839$ 141,560$ Operations 250,491$ 246,691$ 271,000$ 230,624$ 233,574$ Events 70,000$ 101,000$ 85,000$ 105,000$ 84,936$ Total 520,491$ 883,630$ 889,985$ 790,963$ 707,800$ Total Amount of Reserves 457,804$ Less 25% reserve balance, plus 5% for capital reserves 212,340$ Total excess reserves available 245,464$ 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 Capital 0%31%28%21%30% LTAC Priorities 0%0%0%0%5% Marketing 38%29%32%37%20% Operations 48%28%30%29%33% Events 13%11%10%13%12% Allocation by Amount Allocation by Percentage Suumary of Lodging Tax Budget by Allocation 2016-2020 I - 5October 1, 2019 Date: October 1, 2019 To: City Council From: Abbigail Fountain, Human Resources Manager Subject: City Manager Written Evaluation Process Background / Analysis: Per the City Manager-City Council Employment agreement with Nathan West, the City Council shall conduct a twelve-month written evaluation for the period of September 2018 to September 2019. During the July 16, 2019 City Council meeting, the City Council approved the City Manager Performance Evaluation form to be used for the twelve-month written evaluation. Additional approval is needed by the City Council to direct the Human Resources Manager to distribute the approved City Manager Performance Evaluation form to the City Council members to begin the evaluation and authorize staff to work with a consultant to provide a facilitated review to inform the City Manager on his performance over the last year. Funding Overview: Cost of the Consultant will be brought to a future meeting. Summary: A twelve-month written evaluation of the City Manager’s performance is due for the period of September 2018 to September 2019. Funding: Cost of the Consultant will be brought to a future meeting. Recommendation: Direct the Human Resources Manager to distribute the approved City Manager Performance Evaluation form to the City Council members to begin the evaluation and authorize staff to begin working with a consultant to assist with the facilitation of the City Manager written evaluation process. I - 6October 1, 2019 Date: October 1, 2019 To: City Council From: Thomas Hunter, Director of Public Works & Utilities Corey Delikat, Director of Parks and Recreation Subject: 2020-2021 Structural Engineering Services, Professional Services Agreement with Sargent Engineers, Inc., PSA-2019-38 Background / Analysis: The City has two upcoming capital projects requiring structural engineering expertise, in addition to routine federally-required bridge safety inspections. Using the non-profit Municipal Research and Services Center (MRSC) consultant listing service, eleven Structural Engineering consultants were evaluated. Sargent Engineers, Inc was selected as the most qualified to provide the City required structural services. The City wants to ensure every effort is made to coordinate and combine project efforts to maximize performance through increased efficiencies in services provided. While the overall price is significant, the administration, design and delivery speed of each project would be far more costly if addressed individually; staff estimates at least 10% savings by combining efforts. Sargent Engineers, Inc will perform five tasks as part of this agreement:  Task 1: inspection services for five vehicular bridges in 2021: o 8th Street bridges at Valley Creek and at Tumwater Creek, o Lauridsen Blvd. Bridge at Peabody Creek, o Marine Drive Log Channel Bridge, and o Tumwater St Bridge at Tumwater Creek. The work will be completed in 2021; the City is federally required to inspect vehicular bridges every two years.  Task 2: inspection services for the four Olympic Discovery Trail bridges in 2020: o Valley Creek Estuary, o Red Lion Inn, o Lees Creek, and o Morse Creek Trestle. Summary: The purpose of this memo is to receive City Council approval for a Professional Services Contract for structural engineering services. Following a selection process, Sargent Engineers, Inc. has been selected as the most qualified firm to provide structurally-focused inspection, design, and project management services for upcoming 2020 – 2021 projects. Funding: Funding for inspections will be budgeted in 2020 and 2021 (in 102-7230-542-4150 and 001-8080-576-4810). Funding for the Laurel Street Stair Replacement and The City Pier Replacement Projects are included in the approved CFP 2020-2025 budgets (PK0819 and TR0101). Recommendation: Approve and authorize the City Manager to sign the 2020-2021 Structural Engineering Professional Services Agreement with Sargent Engineers in an amount not to exceed $114,420 and to make minor modifications to the agreement if necessary. J - 1October 1, 2019 These structures have not been recently inspected. Inspections will ensure timely response for any emergent safety issues and will assure safety for all users.  Task 3: provide design plans, special provisions, and estimate and construction support services for the City Pier Railing Replacement (project PK 0819).  Task 4: provide design plans, special provisions, and estimate for the Laurel Street Stair Replacement (project TR 0101).  Task 5: provide on-call professional structural engineering and technical services as required by City Staff through December 31, 2021. Professional Services Rationale: The tasks supported by this Professional Services Agreement require personnel with specialized structural engineering knowledge, as well as several other unique skill sets. The cost to hire a structural engineer for 2 years, throughout the life of these tasks, would be $300,000 - $400,000. Funding Overview: The table below identifies the tasks and the negotiated amount for the proposed scope of work. Task Amount Task 1 - Streets / Professional Services / Bridge Inspections 2021 (102-7230-542-4150) $15,882 Task 2 - Parks / Operations / Repair & Mtce Account for 2020 (001-8080-576-4810) $6,784 Task 3 - City Pier Railing Replacement (CFP 2019 Budget, PK 0819) $37,232 Task 4 - Laurel Street Stairs (CFP 2020 Budget, TR 0101 102-312-7930-594) $34,522 Task 5 -Directed Structural Engineering Services (2020-2021 102-7230-542-4150) $20,000 TOTAL $114,420 J - 2October 1, 2019 Page 1 of 11 SERVICE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE THE CITY OF PORT ANGELES AND Sargent Engineers, Inc. Services Agreement RELATING TO: STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING SERVICES THIS AGREEMENT is made and entered into, by and between THE CITY OF PORT ANGELES, a non-charter code city and municipal corporation of the State of Washington, (hereinafter called the "CITY") and Sargent Engineers, Inc., a Corporation authorized to do business in the state of Washington (hereinafter called the "CONSULTANT"). NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the above representations and the terms, conditions, covenants, and agreements set forth below, the parties hereto agree as follows: I SCOPE OF SERVICES General Scope. CONSULTANT’S scope of professional services is in the attached Exhibit A and shall include all services and material necessary to accomplish those services. The CITY may review the CONSULTANT'S services, and if they do not meet the professional standard of care, the CONSULTANT shall make such changes as may be required by the CITY. Such changes shall not constitute "Extra Work" as related in Section XII of this Agreement. Any changes made necessary due to causes outside the CONSULTANT’S reasonable control shall be provided as an extra work herein. The CONSULTANT agrees that all services performed under this Agreement shall be in accordance with the applicable professional standards and in compliance with applicable federal, state, and local laws. The Scope of Services may be amended upon written approval of both parties. II OWNERSHIP OF DOCUMENTS Upon completion of the services, all documents, exhibits, digital photos, or other presentations of the services, with the exception of those standard details and specifications regularly used by the CONSULTANT in its normal course of business, shall, upon payment of all amounts rightfully owed by the CITY to the CONSULTANT, become the property of the CITY for use without restriction and without representation J - 3October 1, 2019 Page 2 of 11 as to suitability for reuse by any other party unless specifically verified or adapted by the CONSULTANT. However, any alteration of the documents, by the CITY or by others acting through or on behalf of the CITY, will be at the CITY's sole risk. III DESIGNATION OF REPRESENTATIVES Each party shall designate its representatives in writing. The CONSULTANT'S representative is subject to the CITY’s approval. IV TIME OF PERFORMANCE The CONSULTANT may begin work upon execution of this Agreement by both parties and written direction to proceed from the CITY. The duration of the Agreement shall extend through the completion of all Tasks. The work shall be completed in accordance with the schedule set forth in the attached Exhibit A. The CONSULTANT may begin work upon execution of this Agreement by both parties and written direction to proceed from CITY and the duration of the Agreement shall extend through December 31, 2021. V PAYMENT The CITY shall pay the CONSULTANT as set forth in this section of the Agreement. Such payment shall be full compensation for work performed, services rendered, and all labor, materials, supplies, equipment and incidentals necessary to complete the work. A. Payment shall be on the basis of the CONSULTANT'S cost for actual labor, overhead and profit plus CONSULTANT'S direct non-salary reimbursable costs as set forth in the attached Exhibit C. B. The CONSULTANT shall submit invoices to the CITY on a monthly basis. Invoices shall detail the work, hours, employee name, and hourly rate; shall itemize with receipts and invoices the non-salary direct costs, sub-consultants, and outside services; shall indicate the specific task or activity in the Scope of Service to which the costs are related; and shall indicate the cumulative total for each task. C. The CITY shall review the invoices and make payment for the percentage of the project that has been completed less the amounts previously paid. D. The CONSULTANT invoices are due and payable within 30 days of receipt. In the event of a disputed billing, only the disputed portion will be withheld from payment. E. Final payment for the balance due to the CONSULTANT will be made after the completion of the work and acceptance by the CITY. F. Payment for "Extra Work" performed under Section XII of this Agreement shall be as agreed to by the parties in writing. J - 4October 1, 2019 Page 3 of 11 VI MAXIMUM COMPENSATION Unless otherwise agreed to in writing by both parties, the CONSULTANT'S total compensation and reimbursement under this Agreement, including labor, direct non- salary reimbursable costs, sub-consultant costs and outside services, shall not exceed the maximum sum of $114,420.00. The budget for each task is as set forth in the attached Exhibit D. Budgets for tasks may be modified upon mutual agreement between the two parties, but in any event, the total payment to CONSULTANT shall not exceed $114,420.00. VII INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR STATUS The relation created by this Agreement is that of owner-independent contractor. The CONSULTANT is not an employee of the CITY and is not entitled to the benefits provided by the CITY to its employees. The CONSULTANT, as an independent contractor, has the authority to control and direct the performance within the scope of services to be provided. The CONSULTANT shall assume full responsibility for payment of all Federal, State, and local taxes or contributions imposed or required, including, but not limited to, unemployment insurance, Social Security, and income tax. VIII EMPLOYMENT Employees of the CONSULTANT, while engaged in the performance of any work or services under this Agreement, shall be considered employees of the CONSULTANT only and not of the CITY, and claims that may arise under the Workman's Compensation Act on behalf of said employees while so engaged, and any and all claims made by a third party as a consequence of any negligent act or omission on the part of the CONSULTANT'S employees while so engaged, on any of the work or services provided to be rendered herein, shall be the sole obligation and responsibility of the CONSULTANT. In performing this Agreement, the CONSULTANT shall not employ or contract with any CITY employee without the CITY's written consent. IX NONDISCRIMINATION The CONSULTANT shall conduct its business in a manner which assures fair, equal and non-discriminatory treatment of all persons, without respect to race, creed or national origin, or other legally protected classification and, in particular: A. The CONSULTANT shall maintain open hiring and employment practices and will welcome applications for employment in all positions, from qualified individuals who are members of minorities protected by federal equal opportunity/affirmative action requirements; and, J - 5October 1, 2019 Page 4 of 11 B. The CONSULTANT shall comply with all requirements of applicable federal, state or local laws or regulations issued pursuant thereto, relating to the establishment of non-discriminatory requirements in hiring and employment practices and assuring the service of all persons without discrimination as to any person's race, color, religion, sex, Vietnam era veteran status, disabled veteran condition, physical or mental handicap, or national origin. X SUBCONTRACTS A. The CONSULTANT shall not sublet or assign any of the work covered by this Agreement without the written consent of the CITY. B. In all solicitation either by competitive bidding or negotiation made by the CONSULTANT for work to be performed pursuant to a subcontract, including procurement of materials and equipment, each potential sub-consultant or supplier shall be notified by the CONSULTANT of CONSULTANT's obligations under this Agreement, including the nondiscrimination requirements. XI CHANGES IN WORK Other than changes directed by the CITY as set forth in Section I above, either party may request changes in the Scope of Services. Such changes shall not become part of this Agreement unless and until mutually agreed upon and incorporated herein by written amendments to this Agreement executed by both parties. XII EXTRA WORK The CITY may desire to have the CONSULTANT perform work or render services in connection with this Agreement, in addition to the Scope of Services set forth in Exhibit A and minor revisions to satisfactorily completed work. Such work shall be considered as "Extra Work" and shall be addressed in a written supplement to this Agreement. The CITY shall not be responsible for paying for such extra work unless and until the written supplement is executed by both parties. XIII TERMINATION OF AGREEMENT A. The CITY may terminate this Agreement at any time upon not less than ten (10) days written notice to the CONSULTANT. Written notice will be by certified mail sent to the CONSULTANT's designated representative at the address provided by the CONSULTANT. As a condition precedent to termination for cause the CONSULTANT shall be given the notice period to cure such cause and shall have failed to so cure. B. In the event this Agreement is terminated prior to the completion of the work, a final payment shall be made to the CONSULTANT, which, when added to any payments J - 6October 1, 2019 Page 5 of 11 previously made, shall compensate the CONSULTANT for the work completed. C. In the event this Agreement is terminated prior to completion of the work, documents that are the property of the CITY pursuant to Section II above, shall be delivered to and received by the CITY prior to transmittal of final payment to the CONSULTANT. XIV INDEMNIFICATION/HOLD HARMLESS The CONSULTANT shall indemnify and hold the CITY, its officers, officials, employees and volunteers harmless from claims, injuries, damages, losses or suits including attorney fees, arising out of or in connection with the negligent performance of this Agreement, except for injuries and damages caused by the negligence of the CITY. Should a court of competent jurisdiction determine that this Agreement is subject to RCW 4.24.115, then, in the event of liability for damages arising out of bodily injury to persons or damages to property caused by or resulting from the concurrent negligence of the CONSULTANT and the CITY, its officers, officials, employees, and volunteers, the CONSULTANT’S liability hereunder shall be only to the extent of the CONSULTANT'S negligence. It is further specifically and expressly understood that the indemnification provided herein constitutes the CONSULTANT’S waiver of immunity under Industrial Insurance, Title 51 RCW, solely for the purposes of this indemnification. This waiver has been mutually negotiated by the parties. The provisions of this section shall survive the expiration or termination of this Agreement. XV INSURANCE The CONSULTANT shall procure and maintain for the duration of the Agreement, insurance against claims for injuries to persons or damage to property which may arise from or in connection with the performance of the work hereunder by the CONSULTANT, its agents, representatives, employees or subcontractors. No Limitation. CONSULTANT’S maintenance of insurance as required by the agreement shall not be construed to limit the liability of the CONSULTANT to the coverage provided by such insurance, or otherwise limit the CITY’S recourse to any remedy available at law or in equity. A. Minimum Scope of Insurance CONSULTANT shall obtain insurance of the types described below: 1. Automobile Liability insurance covering all owned, non-owned, hired and leased vehicles. Coverage shall be written on Insurance Services Office (ISO) form CA 00 01 or a substitute form providing equivalent liability coverage. If necessary, the policy shall be endorsed to provide contractual liability coverage; and, 2. Commercial General Liability insurance shall be written on ISO occurrence form CG J - 7October 1, 2019 Page 6 of 11 00 01, or a comparable coverage form, and shall cover liability arising from premises, operations, independent contractors, products-completed operations, stop gap liability, personal injury and advertising injury, and liability assumed under an insured contract. The Commercial General Liability insurance shall be endorsed to provide the Aggregate Per Project Endorsement ISO form CG 25 03 11 85 or an equivalent endorsement. There shall be no endorsement or modification of the Commercial General Liability Insurance for liability arising from explosion, collapse or underground property damage. The CITY shall be named endorsed as an Additional Insured under the CONSULTANT’S Commercial General Liability insurance policy with respect to the work performed for the CITY using ISO Additional Insured endorsement CG 20 10 10 01 and Additional Insured-Completed Operations endorsement CG 20 37 10 01 or substitute endorsements providing equivalent coverage; and, 3. Workers’ Compensation coverage as required by the Industrial Insurances laws of the State of Washington; and 4. Professional Liability insurance appropriate to the CONSULTANT’s profession. B. Minimum Amounts of Insurance CONSULTANT shall maintain the following insurance limits: 1. Automobile Liability insurance with a minimum combined single limit for bodily injury and property damage of $1,000,000 per accident. 2. Commercial General Liability insurance shall be written with limits no less than $1,000,000 each occurrence, $2,000,000 general aggregate. 3. Professional Liability insurance shall be written with limits no less than $1,000,000 per claim and $1,000,000 policy aggregate limit. C. Other Insurance Provisions The CONSULTANT’S Automobile Liability and Commercial General Liability insurance policies are to contain, or be endorsed to contain that they shall be primary insurance as respect the CITY. Any insurance, self-insurance, or insurance pool coverage maintained by the CITY shall be excess of the CONSULTANT’S insurance and shall not contribute with it. D. Acceptability of Insurers Insurance is to be placed with insurers with a current A.M. Best rating of not less than A:VII. E. Verification of Coverage CONSULTANT shall furnish the CITY with original certificates and a copy of the amendatory endorsements, including but not necessarily limited to the additional insured endorsement, evidencing the insurance requirements of the CONSULTANT before commencement of the work. J - 8October 1, 2019 Page 7 of 11 F. Sub-contractors The CONSULTANT shall have sole responsibility for determining the insurance coverage and limits required, if any, to be obtained by subcontractors, which determination shall be made in accordance with reasonable and prudent business practices. G. Notice of Cancellation The CONULTANT shall provide the CITY and all Additional Insureds for this work with written notice of any policy cancellation, within two business days of their receipt of such notice. H. Failure to Maintain Insurance Failure on the part of the CONSULTANT to maintain the insurance as required shall constitute a material breach of contract, upon which the CITY may, after giving five business days’ notice to the CONSULTANT to correct the breach, immediately terminate the Agreement or, at its discretion, procure or renew such insurance and pay any and all premiums in connection therewith, with any sums so expended to be repaid to the CITY on demand, or at the sole discretion of the CITY, offset against funds due the CONSULTANT from the CITY. XVI APPLICABLE LAW This Agreement shall be construed and interpreted in accordance with the laws of the State of Washington, and in the event of dispute the venue of any litigation brought hereunder shall be Clallam County. XVII SIGNATURES This Agreement, including its exhibits, constitutes the entire Agreement, supersedes all prior written or oral understandings, and may only be changed by a written amendment executed by both parties. XVIII QUALIFICIATIONS CONSULTANT is in full compliance with the statutes of the State of Washington for professional registration and other applicable requirements. CONSULTANT has the background, experience, and ability to perform the required work in accordance with the standards of the profession. CONSULTANT provide qualified personnel and appropriate facilities necessary to accomplish the work. XIX ATTACHMENTS The following exhibits are hereby made a part of this Agreement: Exhibit A – Scope of Work and Project Schedule Exhibit B – Budget for Tasks Exhibit C – Rate Schedules J - 9October 1, 2019 Page 8 of 11 IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have executed this Agreement as of the last signature affixed below. CITY OF PORT ANGELES CONSULTANTS: Sargent Engineers, Inc. Nathan West, City Manager Title: Date: Date: APPROVED AS TO FORM: William E. Bloor, City Attorney ATTEST: Kari Martinez-Bailey, City Clerk J - 10October 1, 2019 Page 9 of 11 EXHIBIT A – SCOPE OF SERVICES AND PROJECT SCHEDULE Task 1 (2021) The consultant shall inspect the following bridges: 8th Street at Valley Creek Bridge, 8th Street at Tumwater Bridge, Lauridsen Boulevard and Peabody Creek Bridge, Marine Drive Log Channel Bridge, and Tumwater St at Tumwater Creek Bridge. All inspections will be routine inspections and meet WSDOT and FHWA requirements. The Marine Drive Bridge will include an underwater inspection. The 8th Street Bridges and the Lauridsen Boulevard Bridge will be inspected in September and the Marine Drive Bridge and Tumwater Bridge will be inspected in February. All reports will be entered into BridgeWorks. Task 2 (2020) The consultant shall inspect the following bridges along the Waterfront Trail: Pedestrian bridges at Valley Creek Estuary , at Red Lion Inn, at Lees Creek, and at the Morse Creek Trestle. All inspections will be routine inspections and meet WSDOT and FHWA requirements. Task 3 (2019) The consultant shall prepare the plans project-specific special provisions and estimate to replace the City Pier railing. The new railing shall utilize corrosion resistant, durable, and long- life materials, and meet current safety standards. Specific tasks shall include: 1. Bid support and documents 2. All needed plans, including cover, quantities, layout, and assembly details. 3. Special provisions 4. Change order review 5. Request-for-information response 6. Field inspection and reviews. Task 4 (2020) The consultant shall prepare the plans specifications and estimate to replace the Laurel St. stairway utilizing low cost, corrosion-resistant, durable, and long-life materials. Specific tasks shall include: 1. Bid support and documents 2. All needed plans, including cover, quantities, layout and assembly detail sheets, including relative elevations 3. Special provisions Task 5 (2020, 2021) CONSULTANT shall provide professional structural civil engineering services and technical assistance to the CITY at the specific direction of authorized CITY staff. No such assistance or services shall be provided unless specifically directed by the CITY. The purpose of this task is to facilitate timely response by CONSULTANT to needs that are unforeseen at this time. The budget for this task is essentially a contingency allowance that includes labor and expenses. J - 11October 1, 2019 Page 10 of 11 EXHIBIT B – BUDGET FOR TASKS Funding Overview: By Task Task 1 - Streets / Professional Services / Bridge Inspections (102-7230-542-4150) $15,882 Task 2 - Parks / Operations / Repair & Mtce Account for 2020 (001-8080-576-4810) $6,784 Task 3 - City Pier Railing Replacement (CFP 2019 Budget, PK0819) $37,232 Task 4 - Laurel Street Stairs (CFP 2019 Budget, TR0101) $34,522 Task 5 - Directed Structural Engineering Services $20,000 J - 12October 1, 2019 Page 11 of 11 EXHIBIT C – FEE SCHEDULES (See Attached Sheets for all Fee Schedule information) J - 13October 1, 2019 A ABOUT u greenlink GREENLINK Green Link supports the City of Port Angeles's goals to improve water quality, habitat, and community assets through a holistic view of watershed planning that promotes inclusion, coordination, and a broad definition of watershed. GREENLINK APPROACH GreenLink is a two-year planning process that applies a holistic, data-centered approach to green infrastructure planning. The goal is to develop a list of priority projects to improve water quality, wildlife habitat, and community assets while engaging the Port Angeles community. YOU'RE INVITED! Watershed Tour Saturday, October 5 12 - 4PM FREE RSVP for details: https://forms.g le/Ey6gdXE9i2Es33fx9 Learn more on our website: http://www,futurewise.org/projects/greenlink-port-angeles I Date: October 1, 2019 To: City Council From: Nathan West, City Manager Subject: Meetings and Agendas Background/Analysis: In the past, the Planning Commission and Parks, Recreation, and Beautification minutes have been a part of the Information section of the agenda packet. Moving forward, in the interest of saving paper and increasing government transparency, staff will make it a priority to upload meeting materials to the website, from those meetings that have been codified by code. The following link to the Meetings and Agenda Page has been provided to help remind Council and the community, where records of minutes, packets, and audio can be found. Meetings and Agendas: https://www.cityofpa.us/583/Meetings-Agendas L - 1October 1, 2019 Building Valuation($/sq.ft.) Port Angeles Arlington Ferndale Monroe Moscow,ID Oak Harbor Port Orchard Poulsbo Sequim Dwelling $85.00 $122.46 $122.46 $122.46 $122.46 $122.46 $118.45 $122.46 $122.46 Garage,Utility/Misc. $30.00 $48.73 $48.73 $48.73 $48.73 $48.73 $38.16 $48.73 $48.73 Porch/Deck $12.00 N/A N/A N/A $19/$13 N/A $21.07 N/A $33.61 Carports N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A $21.07 N/A $17.42 Sheds N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A $38.16 N/A $17.94 Building'Valuation($/sq.ft.) Lewis County,ID Clallam County Dwelling $73.23 $116.15 Garage,Utility/Misc. N/A $45.92 Porch/Deck $30 $28.50 Carports N/A $36 Sheds N/A $36 Building Valuations($/sq.ft.) Mean Median Port Angeles Dwelling $114 $122 $85 Garage,Utility/Misc. $46 $49 $30 Porch/Deck $22 $21 $12 Development Review/Land Use Applications Median Mean Port Angeles Preliminary Short Plat(4 lots) $1,385 $1,526 $500 Final Short Plat(4 lots) $700 $868 $200/lot Amendment $475 $559 $75 Preliminary Long Plat(5 lots) $3,414 $3,592 $1,500 Final Long Plat(5 lots) $1,391 $1,406 $1,000 Boundary Line Adjustment $356 $464 $200 Comp Plan or Map Amendment $1,645 $1,784 $750 Conditional Use Permit $1,500 $1,665 $500 Shoreline Substantial Development Permit $1,123 $1,142 $750 SEPA Review $500 $518 $125 Rezone $1,275 $1,614 $500 Variance $1,001 $1,155 $300 ADU $466 $581 $200 Pre-Application $228 $258 N/A Site Plan Review $916 $1,211 N/A Shoreline Exemption $210 $231 N/A PUBLIC WORKS CONTRACT STATUS REPORT August 2019 / September 2019 (COSTS SHOWN INCLUDE APPLICABLE TAXES) ACTIVE CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS AWARDED BY CITY COUNCIL EXCEEDING $35,000 PURCHASE ORDER CONTRACTS $7,500 - $25,000 AND LIMITED PUBLIC WORKS PROCESS OR SMALL WORKS ROSTER CONTRACTS UNDER $25,000 AWARDED SINCE LAST COUNCIL REPORT (QUOTATIONS AVAILABLE FOR INSPECTION AT CONTRACT SPECIALIST’S OFFICE) CONTRACTOR OR VENDOR CONTRACT/ PO # DESCRIPTION DATE AWARDED AMOUNT Wesco Distribution MEC-2019-34 Underground Electrical Cables Purchase September 16, 2019 $20,544.30 Traffic Safety Supply CO TR1216/ PO# 53553 Speed Display Signs August 22, 2019 $21,836.71 *Rainier Asphalt & Concrete CON-2019-22 1st-2nd Alley Pavement Repair September 05, 2019 $15,699.00 *Northwind Fence, CO CON-2019-33 Erickson Tennis Court Fence Repair August 7, 2019 $10,598.25 *Diggin it!, LLC CON-2019-35 Olympic Discovery Trail Trees Removal September 10, 2019 $6,304.60 *Limited Public Works Process PROJECT TITLE ORIGINAL BUDGET (Construction) ORIGINAL CONTRACT AMOUNT PRIOR CHANGE ORDERS AUG. TO SEPT. CHANGE ORDERS REVISED CONTRACT AMOUNT TR01-11 (CON-2018-32) Marine Drive Channel Bridge Improvements $739,000 $641,372.61 $9,298.55 $0.00 $650,671.16 TR0515 (CON-2019-19) Lauridsen Blvd. Overlay $989,744 $933,105 $0.00 $47,875 $980,980 CL0219 (CON-2019-25) Underground Cable Replacement $200,000 $151,105.65 $0.00 $0.00 $151,105.65 CON-2019-26 2019 Power Line Tree Trimming $125,000 $125,000 $0.00 $0.00 $125,000 CON-2019-27 Pole Testing $50,000 $50,000 $0.00 $0.00 $50,000 L - 2October 1, 2019