WOODLAND CITY COUNCIL

Regular Meeting - 7:00 p.m.

Monday October 19, 2009

Woodland City Hall Council Chambers

100 Davidson Avenue - Woodland, Washington

UAGENDA

CALL TO ORDER

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

2BROLL CALL

3BCITIZEN INPUT FOR ITEMS UNOTU ON THE AGENDA

 

I.            0BAGENDA APPROVAL

 

II.      1BREPORTS OF CITY OFFICERS

 

Mayor

-

 

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Employee and Volunteer Recognition Dinner October 22nd at School Commons

Woodland Mobile Meals

 

Clerk/Treasurer

-

-

 

-

 

-

Gambling License Renewal 1) VFW

Public Hearing-November 2, 2009, 7:00 p.m. for 101% Property Tax levy for 2010

Public Hearing November 2, 2009 Comcast Cable Franchise renewal

Public Hearing-November 30, 2009 7:00 p.m. for 2010 Final Budget

 

Police

-

 

 

Fire

-

 

 

4BPlanning

5B-

-

-

6BCWCOG September and October Newsletter

Proposed Projects for 2011/2012 CDBG and HOME Applications.

Public Hearing November 2, 2009 7:00 p.m. for CDBG

 

Public Works

-

 

 

Building

-

 

 

Attorney

-

 

III.             7BREPORTS OF STANDING COMMITTEES

 

Human Resources/

Government

-

Susan Humbyrd

-

 

 

 

Finance

-

John Burke

-

 

 

Public Safety

-

Marilee McCall

-

 

 

Public Utilities

  • Facilities

 

  • Horseshoe Lake Mgmt

-

-

 

-

Darwin Rounds

Marilee McCall

 

Tom Golik

-

-

 

-

 

 

Parks/Recreation

-

Aaron Christopherson

-

 

IV.   AD HOC COMMITTEES

 

Cowlitz Wahkiakum Council of Governments

 

Susan Humbyrd

-

-

 

 

AWC/Legislative

 

Aaron Christopherson

-

 

-

AWC Regional Meeting Oct 27th at Oak Tree Restaurant

AWC State of the Cities Report

 

Chamber of Commerce

 

 

-

 

 

Downtown Revitalization

 

Tom Golik

-

 

 

Woodland Quality Community Coalition

 

Marilee McCall

-

 

      V.8B CITIZEN INPUT FOR ITEMS ON THE AGENDA
   VI.  9B CONSENT ITEMS

 

 

A.     Clerk-Treasurer

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October 15, 2009 Voucher approval

 

 

B.     Clerk-Treasurer

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Approval of minutes of October 5 and 12, 2009

 

  VII.10B ACTION ITEMS

 

 

C.     Clerk-Treasurer

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Ordinance No. 1159 2nd & 3rd Quarter Budget Amendments (Final Reading)

 

 

D.     Public Works

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Contract with consultant HDJ for Scope and 30% Design for Lewis River Road, Hwy 503 Hillshire to Gun Club

 

 

E.      Planning

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Provide direction to staff concerning the Site Plan Review application for the proposed community YMCA facility, Land Use Application #209-932.

 

 

F.      Mayor

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Provide direction to staff concerning Executive Search for Interim City Manager

 

 

G.     Fire

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Provide direction to staff concerning Executive Search and advertising for Fire Chief

 

 

H.     Clerk-Treasurer

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Authorize Mayor to sign Interlocal Agreement with CWCOG for medical pooling plan

 

 

I.        Police

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Authorize purchase of 2010 Chev Impala Police Car/Equipment and appropriate amount in the 2009 budget for fund 304

 

 

J.       Clerk-Treasurer

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Ordinance No. 1167-Interfund loan from 302 Utility Reserve to 226-CERB Water

 

 

K.    Clerk-Treasurer

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Ordinance No. 1150-Interfund loan from 302 Utility Reserve to 227-CERB Sewer

 

  L. Planning - Authorize the Mayor to sign the Letter of Agreement with the WA APA’s Community Planning Assistant Team (CPAT)  
VIII.    11B2009 BUDGET WORKSHOP (continued from October 12th)

Reference 2010 Preliminary Budget Document for the following:

5) Public Works Shop 312

6) Library 102

h. General Facilities 001 518

i. Legal Services 001 515

j. Judicial 001 512

k. Legislative/Council 001 511

l. Executive/Mayor/City Manager 001 513

m. Capital Reserves: General #301

n. Projects-SR503 Improvements 316

o. Projects-Public Safety Facility 319

p. Note only-TIB Sidewalk 320, Horseshoe Lake Park Trail 321, HSL Park Restroom 407, Water Pumping Treatment 408, Bond Reserve 409, Dike Road Interchange 307

q. Schurman Way 323

r. Impact Fees-School 350; Fire 351; Park 352

s. Garbage 403

t. Water/Sewer Refurb Project 411

u. Utility Deposits 412

 

2) The following will be presented at the October 19th council meeting/workshop

a.   Document Recording Fee 105

b.   Hotel/Motel tax 107

c.   Debt Service 224, 225, 226, 227

d.   Downtown Revitalization 305

 

   IX.    12BADJOURN

 

 

 

    American with Disabilities Act (ADA) accommodations provided upon request. Those requiring special accommodations should contact the City Clerk Treasurer’s Office at 360-225-8281 by noon on the Thursday preceding the council meeting.