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Agenda 10.15.13

KIRKLAND CITY COUNCIL MEETING
City Council Chamber
Tuesday, October 15, 2013
6:00 p.m. - Study Session
7:30 p.m. – Regular Meeting


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1. CALL TO ORDER

2. ROLL CALL

3. STUDY SESSION

a. Healthcare Update and Five Year Framework

4. EXECUTIVE SESSION

a. To Discuss the Performance of a Public Employee

5. HONORS AND PROCLAMATIONS

a. Proclamation Honoring the 2013 Junior Softball Worl Series Host Team

b. Kirkland Performance Center Annual Report and 15th Anniversay Proclamation

6. COMMUNICATIONS

a. Announcements

b. Items from the Audience

c. Petitions

7. SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS

a. Kirkland 2035 Update #7

b. Sound Cities Association - Deanna Dawson, Executive Director

c. Sound Transit Presentation and ST3 Draft Resolution

8. CONSENT CALENDAR

a. Approval of Minutes:     October 1, 2013

b. Audit of Accounts:
Payroll
Bills $

c. General Correspondence

d. Claims

e. Award of Bids

f. Acceptance of Public Improvements and Establishing Lien Period

g. Approval of Agreements

(1)International Association of Firefighters (IAFF) Local No. 2545 Collective Bargaining Agreement 2012-2014

h. Other Items of Business

(1) Resolution R-5004, Adopting the Kirkland Post Issuance Compliance Policy Setting Forth the Policy of the City of Kirkland with Respect to Meeting its Obligations Under Federal Tax Law Following the Issuance of Securities

(2) Ordinance O-4420 and its Summary, Relating to the Issuance and Sale of an Unlimited Tax General Obligation Refunding Bond of the City in the Principal Amount of $4,670,000 to Refund Certain Outstanding Unlimited Tax General Obligation Bonds of the City, and Pay Costs of Issuance of the Bond; Providing the Form and Terms of the Bond; and Approving the Sale of Such Bond.

 (3) Resolution R-5005, Relinquishing Any Interest the City May Have in an Unopened Right-of-Way as Described Herein and Requested by Property Owners Winfield Homes, LLC.

(4) Report on Procurement Activities

(5) Surplus and Disposal of Equipment Rental Vehicles

9. PUBLIC HEARINGS

 a. Lake Washington School District February 2014 Ballot Measures:

(1) Resolution R-5006, Stating the City Council's Support for Proposition No. 1, the Lake Washington School District No. 414 Replacement of Existing Educational Programs and Operations Levy.

PROPOSITION NO. 1
LAKE WASHINGTON SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 414
REPLACEMENT OF EXISTING EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
AND OPERATIONS LEVY

The Board of Directors adopted Resolution No. 2162 concerning educational funding.  This proposition authorizes the District to levy the following excess taxes, to replace an expiring levy, on all taxable property within the District, to support the District's educational programs and operations:

                                Approximate
Collection            Levy Rate/$1,000                    Levy
  Years                   Assessed Value                  Amount

  2015                         $1.85                        $ 63,000,000   
  2016                         $1.88                        $ 64,900,000
  2017                         $1.90                        $ 66,800,000
  2018                         $1.92                        $ 68,900,000

all as provided in the Resolution,  Should this proposition be approved?

YES ___
NO  ___

(2) Resolution R-5007, Stating the City Council's Support for Proposition No. 2, the Lake Washington School District No. 414 Replacement of Exisiting Capital Project Levies.

PROPOSITION NO. 2
LAKE WASHINGTON SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 414
REPLACEMENT OF EXISTING CAPITAL PROJECT LEVIES

The Board of Directors approved Resolution No. 2163 for educational facilities and technology levies.  This proposition authorizes the improvement and upgrade of District facilities; including educational technology, software and training; building and site improvements; and authorizes the following excess levies for such purposes on all taxable property within the District:

                                Approximate
Collection              Levy Rate/$1,000                    Levy
  Years                    Assessed Value                    Amount

2015                             $0.91                         $ 31,200,000
2016                             $0.91                         $ 31,500,000
2017                             $0.91                         $ 32,000,000
2018                             $0.91                         $ 32,500,000

Should this proposition be approved?

YES ___
NO  ___

(3) Resolution R-5008, Stating the City Council's Support for Proposition No. 3, the Lake Washington School District No. 414 General Obligation Bonds Measure. 

 PROPOSITION NO. 3
LAKE WASHINGTON SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 414
GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS - $755,000,000

The Board of Directors of Lake Washington School District No. 414 adopted Resolution No. 2164 concerning this proposition for bonds.  This proposition authorizes the construction and equipping of new schools (three elementary, one middle, two choice); the modernization/replacement of schools (Kirk, Mead, Rockwell Elementary; Evergreen and Kamiakin Middle; and Juanita High); additions to schools (Lake Washington and Eastlake High); and other capital improvements, to issue $755,000,000 of general obligation bonds maturing within a maximum of 20 years, and to levy excess property taxes annually to repay the bonds, as provided in Resolution No. 2164.  Should this proposition be:

APPROVED? ____
REJECTED?  ____

b. Ordinance O-4421 and its Summary, Relating to Land Use and Zoning and Providing Interim Official Zoning Controls for Zoning Districts Adjoining the Cross Kirkland Corridor and the Eastside Rail Corridor Within the City of Kirkland.

c. Resolution R-5009, Approving a Development Agreement with KTOD LLC, Modifying the Timing of Payment of Certain Impact Fees and Capital Facility Charges for the Construction of 58 Affordable Housing Units as Part of the South Kirkland Tansit Oriented Development.

10. UNFINISHED BUSINESS

11. NEW BUSINESS

a. Gambling Ordinances:
(1) Ordinance O-4422 and its Summary, Relating to Gambling and Amending Kirkland Municipal Code Section 7.48.020 to Require the Written Consent of the Landlord Before Gambling Activities May Commence or Continue and Section 7.02.110 to Require Compliance With This Requirement Before a Business License Can Be Issued or Renewed. 

(2) Ordinance O-4423, Relating to Gambling and Amending the Kirkland Municipal Code Section 7.48.017 to Clarify That Social Card Games Conducted as Commercial Stimulants Are Prohibited in the City of Kirkland, Even if Conducted for Charitable Purposes.

12. REPORTS

a. City Council

(1) Finance and Administration Committee

(2) Public Safety Committee

(3) Community Planning, Housing and Economic Development Committee

(4) Public Works, Parks and Human Services Committee

(5) Regional Issues

b. City Manager

(1) Calendar Update

13. ITEMS FROM THE AUDIENCE

14. ADJOURNMENT

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