KIRKLAND CITY COUNCIL MEETING
City Council Chamber
Tuesday, February 6, 2018
6:00 p.m. - Study Session
7:30 p.m. - Regular Meeting
1. CALL TO ORDER
2. ROLL CALL
3. STUDY SESSION
a. Joint Meeting with the Planning Commission
(1) Planning Work Program
(2) Neighborhood Plan Framework
4. EXECUTIVE SESSION
a. To Discuss Potential Property Acquisition
5. HONORS AND PROCLAMATIONS
a. Recognition of Retired Houghton Community Councilmember Elsie Weber
7. SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS
b. Items from the Audience
a. Disposal of Construction and Demolition Materials - Kinley Deller, King County C&D Diversion Specialist
b. WCIA Risk Management Recognition Award
8. CONSENT CALENDAR
a. Approval of Minutes: (1) January 9, 2018
(2) January 16, 2018
(3) January 18, 2018
b. Audit of Accounts:
c. General Correspondence
(1) Claims for Damages
e. Award of Bids
(1) Job Order Contract Program, Saybr Contractors Inc., Tacoma, WA
f. Acceptance of Public Improvements and Establishing Lien Period
g. Approval of Agreements
h. Other Items of Business
(1) Ordinance O-4628 and its Summary, Relating to Modifications of Title 21 of the Kirkland Municipal Code Relating to Electrical Installation Requirements.
(2) Ordinance O-4629, Establishing the Amount of Property Taxes to be Levied for the Year 2018, the Second Year of the City of Kirkland's 2017-2018 Fiscal Biennium and Repealing Ordinance 4620.
9. PUBLIC HEARINGS
a. Resolution R-5293, Declaring the Property at 6705 and 6711 106th Avenue NE, Kirkland, Washington to be Surplus to the Needs of the City and Authorizing the City Manager to Sign the Attached Housing Cooperation Agreement to Sell That Property and to Also Purchase the Property at 1129 8th Street, Kirkland, Washington.
10. UNFINISHED BUSINESS
a. 2018 State Legislative Update #2
b. Resolution R-5294, Authorizing the City Manager to Execute a Real Property Purchase and Sale Agreement for Acquisition of Property to Expand Juanita Heights Park.
c. Resolution R-5295, Authorizing the City Manager to Execute a Real Property Purchase and Sale Agreement for Acquisition of a Portion of the Salt House Church Property to Provide a Site for the Construction of a Shelter for Homeless Women and Families.
d. Resolution R-5296, Adopting the 6th Street Corridor Study.
11. NEW BUSINESS
a. City Council Regional and Committee Reports
b. City Manager Reports
(1) Calendar Update
13. ITEMS FROM THE AUDIENCE