AGENDA
RENTON CITY COUNCIL

REGULAR MEETING
February 7, 2011
Monday, 7 p.m.
1.
CALL TO ORDER AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
2.
ROLL CALL
3.
SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS
a.
King County Update - Councilmember Julia Patterson
b.
Ron Regis Park Update - Park Commission
4.
PUBLIC MEETING
a.
Tess Annexation - 10% Notice of Intent to annex petition for 16.3 acres bordered to the north by SE 132nd St., to the east by 164th Ave. SE, to the south by SE 134th St., and to the west by 160th Ave. SE
tess.PDF
5.
ADMINISTRATIVE REPORT
6.
AUDIENCE COMMENT
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7.
CONSENT AGENDA
The following items are distributed to Councilmembers in advance for study and review, and the recommended actions will be accepted in a single motion.  Any item may be removed for further discussion if requested by a Councilmember.
a.
Approval of Council meeting minutes of 1/24/2011.  Council concur.
b.
City Clerk submits quarterly contract list for period 10/1/2010 through 12/31/2010, and expiration report for agreements expiring 1/1/2011 to 6/30/2011. Information.
City of Renton Contract Lists:    *  Signed 4th Quarter 2010    *  Six-month Exp. Report
c.
Community and Economic Development Department recommends approval to revise the amounts of the impact fees collected on behalf of the Issaquah and Kent School Districts, adopt the 2010 Issaquah School District Capital Facilities Plan and the 2010/2011 through 2015/2016 Kent School District Capital Facilities Plan, and continue to collect the current impact fee on behalf of the Renton School District and retain the Renton School District 2008 Capital Facilities Plan. Refer to Finance Committee, set public hearing on 2/28/2011.
School District Impact Fees 2011
d.
Community and Economic Development Department requests final approval of the 15-year Classic Concepts V, LLC latecomer agreement requested by Wm. Wayne Jones, Jr. for sewer main extension at SE 2nd Pl. and SE 2nd St., west of Hoquiam Ave. NE, and requests authorization to finalize the agreement per City Code.  Refer to Utilities Committee.
Final Approval for the Latecomer's Agreement Request for Sanitary Sewer Extension along SE 2nd Pl & SE 2nd St, west of Hoquiam Ave NE.(Wm. Wayne Jones, Jr., Classic Concepts V, LLC, Petitioner)File:  LA-10-001
e.
Community and Economic Development Department requests approval to award $25,000 from the Housing Opportunity Fund to Providence Health & Services to support the development and construction of the proposed Providence Renton House affordable housing project. Refer to Planning and Development Committee.
Housing Opportunity Fund Award for Providence Renton House
f.
Community and Economic Development Department recommends approval of a Memorandum of Understanding with Valley Medical Center for the establishment of a Sunday Farmers Market at Valley Medical Center.  Council concur.  (See 9.a. for resolution.)
Memorandum of Understanding with Valley Medical Center for the establishment of a Farmers Market at Valley Medical Center
g.
Community Services Department recommends waiving the 2011 high school golf team fees in the amount of $2,900 for the Lindbergh High School golf team in exchange for golf course maintenance services.  Refer to Finance Committee.
High school Golf Fee Waiver
h.
Community Services Department requests approval to waive picnic shelter fees in the amount of $600 for the annual CROPWALK event on 5/15/2011.  Refer to Finance Committee.
REACH (Renton Ecumenical Association of Churches) CROP Hunger Walk Picnic Shelter Fee Waiver
i.
Transportation Systems Division recommends approval of a funding agreement in the amount of $500,000 with the Washington State Department of Transportation for reimbursement of the resurfacing of Rainier Ave. S., and approval of all subsequent amendments necessary to accomplish the construction of this project.  Council concur.  (See 9.b. for resolution.) 
Rainier Ave S Transit Improvement Project (SR 167)
j.
Transportation Systems Division recommends approval of an agreement with Puget Sound Regional Transit Authority (Sound Transit) reaffirming their committment to contribute $18.9 million to the City's Rainier Ave. Arterial Improvements Project ($14.9 million) and the Strander Blvd./SW 27th St. Extension Project ($4 million).  This agreement supersedes CAG-06-069, retains the previous funding committments, reflects the current design of the projects, and establishes a funding schedule for construction.  Refer to Transportation (Aviation) Committee.
Agreement with Puget Sound Regional Transit Authority to Reaffirm Commitment Toward Funding on Rainier Avenue Arterial Improvements and Strander Blvd/SW 27th Street Extension Projects
8.
UNFINISHED BUSINESS
Topics listed below were discussed in Council committees during the past week.  Those topics marked with an asterisk (*) may include legislation.  Committee reports on any topics may be held by the Chair if further review is necessary.
a.
Finance Committee:  Vouchers; Public Defense Services Contract with Cayce & Grove; Sciola Utility Billing Adjustment Request
9.
RESOLUTIONS AND ORDINANCES
Resolutions:
a.
Memorandum of Understanding with Valley Medical Center establishing a Farmers Market at Valley Medical Center (See 7.f.)
farmersres1.pdf
b.
Interlocal Agreement with the Washington State Department of Transportation regarding reimbursement for the resurfacing of Rainier Ave. S.  (See 7.i.)
rainierres1.pdf
Ordinance for second and final reading:
a.
Revised Civil Enforcement of Code regulations (1st reading 1/24/2011)
civilcodeord1.pdf
10.
NEW BUSINESS
(Includes Council Committee agenda topics; call 425-430-6512 for recorded information.)
11.
AUDIENCE COMMENT




12.
ADJOURNMENT

COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE AGENDA
(Preceding Council Meeting)

COUNCIL CHAMBERS
February 7, 2011
Monday, 6:00 p.m.

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