WOODLAND CITY COUNCIL

Regular Meeting - 7:00 p.m.

Monday, May 6, 2013

Woodland City Hall Council Chambers

100 Davidson Avenue - Woodland, Washington

 

AGENDA

CALL TO ORDER

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

ROLL CALL

CITIZEN COMMUNICATIONS FOR ITEMS NOT ON THE AGENDA

 

CITIZEN COMMUNCIATIONS FOR ITEMS ON THE AGENDA

 

  I.            PRESENTATION / PROCLAMATION

1.      PRESENTATION AND CITIZEN COMMENT:  N. Goerig / Lewis River Road (SR503) – Traffic Issues

2.      Proclamation:  Municipal Clerk’s Week, May 5-11, 2013

3.      Proclamation:  National Police Week, May 12-18, 2013  and Peace Officers Memorial Day May 15, 2013

4.      Proclamation:  Public Works Week, May 19-25, 2013

5.      Proclamation:  Bike to Work Week, May 13-17, 2013

II.            AGENDA APPROVAL

 

      III.  REPORTS OF CITY OFFICERS

 

Mayor

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Ad Hoc Code Enforcement Ordinance Review Committee

Arts Commission Appointment - Heather Mansey

Re-appointment of Park Ad-Hoc Committee:  Sandy Larson and Brad Hammons to a 4 year term ending 12/31/2016.  Councilmember Swindell is also a member of this Ad Hoc Committee.

Appointment of Amanda Smeller to Community Development Planner effective 5/13/2013 (see Action items)

 

Clerk/Treasurer

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Liquor license renewal:  Lewis River Shell & Mart; Old Town Grill & Back Alley Bar

1st quarter 2013 reports (all departments)

 

Police

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Fire

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Public Works

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Special event permit request for alcohol to be allowed at Horseshoe Lake Park

 

Planning

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Planning Commission vacancy. Applications being accepted through Monday, May 13th           

 

Attorney

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     IV.          REPORTS OF STANDING COMMITTEES

 

Human Resources/

Government

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Susan Humbyrd

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Met May 1st; Next meeting to be scheduled

 

Finance

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Benjamin Fredricks

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Met April 22nd; Next meeting May 27th

 

Public Safety

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Marilee McCall

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Met April 15th; Next meeting May 20th

 

Public Utilities

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Al Swindell

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Met April 9th; Next meeting May 14th

 

·         Horseshoe Lake Mgmt

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Scott Perry

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Met April 11th; Next meeting May 16th

 

Facilities

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Marilee McCall

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Met April 22nd; Next meeting May 27th

 

Parks/Recreation

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Al Swindell

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Met April 17th; Next meeting May 15th






 V.      AD HOC COMMITTEES

 

Comprehensive Plan Review

 

Marilee McCall

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Cowlitz Wahkiakum Council of Governments

 

Susan Humbyrd

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AWC/Legislative

 

Al Swindell

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Chamber of Commerce

 

John Burke

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Downtown Revitalization

 

Tom Golik

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Woodland Quality Community Coalition (WQCC)

 

John Burke

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Next meeting July 17th hosted by the City at Community Center

     VI.   CONSENT ITEMS

 

 

A.      Clerk-Treasurer

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April 30, 2013 voucher approval

 

 

B.      Clerk-Treasurer

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Approval of minutes of April 15 & 17, 2013

 

 

C.      Clerk-Treasurer

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Authorize new 48 month lease with Pitney Bowes for mail machine/meter.

 

 

D.     Clerk-Treasurer

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Authorize Mayor to sign Fund 107 Hotel Motel 2013 Agreement with Chamber of Commerce

 

 

E.      Clerk-Treasurer

 

Authorize Mayor to sign Fund 107 Hotel Motel 2013 Agreement with Hulda Klager Lilac Gardens

 

 

F.       Clerk-Treasurer

 

Authorize Mayor to sign Fund 107 Hotel Motel 2013 Agreement with Downtown Revitalization Committee

 

 

G.     Clerk-Treasurer

 

Authorize Mayor to sign Fund 107 Hotel Motel 2013 Agreement with Woodland Historical Museum

 

 

H.     Clerk-Treasurer

 

Authorize Mayor to sign Fund 107 Hotel Motel 2013 Agreement with Planters Days Committee

 



     VII.  ACTION ITEMS

 

 

I.        Public Works

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Confirm appointment of Amanda Smeller to Community Development Planner effective 5/13/2013 and authorize Mayor to sign Employment Agreement

 

 

J.        Public Works / Clerk-Treasurer

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Authorize staff to move forward with financing to issue bonds relating to Capital Projects-Option 1 and prepare related documents

 

 

K.      Public Works

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Ordinance No. 1264 - Transportation Impact Fees (FINAL READING).

 

 VIII.    WORKSHOP

1.       Collective Garden issues / discussion

     IX.    ADJOURN