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Motions SheetSEP 20, 2021 - CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING - MOTION SHEET Agenda Placement Agenda Section Title/Item Motion Department Interested Parties 3.a) PROCLAMATION GEAR UP Week (Renton School District): A proclamation by Mayor Pavone was read declaring September 20 - 24, 2021 to be GEAR UP Week in the City of Renton, encouraging all citizens to join in this special observance. Kirsten Thornton, GEAR UP District Coordinator, Renton School District, clarified that the program is now for 9th and 10th grade students, and accepted the proclamation with appreciation. COUNCIL CONCUR Mayor’s Office April Alexander 4.a) PUBLIC HEARING Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Coronavirus (CV) Round 2 Funds: This being the date set, and proper notices having been posted and published in accordance with local and State laws, Mayor Pavone opened the public hearing to consider proposed use of CDBG CV Round 2 funds. COUNCIL CLOSE THE PUBLIC HEARING EHHS Preeti Shridhar Guy Williams Dianne Utecht 7.a) CONSENT AGENDA Approval of Council Meeting minutes of September 13, 2021. COUNCIL CONCUR ESD Jason Seth Sandi Weir 7.b) CONSENT AGENDA AB - 2932 City Clerk submitted King County's Certification Letter for the August 2, 2021 Primary Election. The results are as follows: Council Position No. 1: James Alberson: 7,501 votes, 51.68% - NOMINATED; Joe Todd: 4,757 votes, 32.77% - NOMINATED; Sanjeev Yonzon: 2,182 votes, 15.03%; Write-in 75 votes, 0.52%; Council Position No. 2: Carmen Rivera: 5,529 votes, 37.92% - NOMINATED; Ben Johnson: 3,338 votes, 22.89% - NOMINATED; Angelina Benedetti: 2,976 votes, 20.41%; Marvin Rosete: 1,613 votes, 11.06%; Caleb L. Sutton: 1,082 votes, 7.42%; Write-in: 44 votes, 0.30%. NONE; INFORMATION ONLY ESD Jason Seth 7.c) CONSENT AGENDA AB - 2950 Finance Department recommended hiring a Grants Program Manager at Step E of salary grade m27, effective October 18, 2021. REFER TO FINANCE COMMITTEE Finance Kari Roller Kristin Trivelas 7.d) CONSENT AGENDA AB - 2926 Public Works Utility Systems Division recommended approval of Amendment No. 6 to CAG-17-050, with RH2 Engineering, Inc., in the amount of $520,826 for additional professional services for the Lift Station and Force Main Rehabilitation project. REFER TO UTILITIES COMMITTEE Public Works – Utilities Martin Pastucha Ron Straka 8.a) UNFINISHED BUSINESS Committee of the Whole Chair Corman presented a report concurring in the staff recommendation to approve the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding of $3,600,000 for the following programs/projects: WA Flex Fund, business grants, support for housing, homelessness prevention and human services; and hardware/software to support remote work. COUNCIL CONCUR IN THE COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION Finance Kari Roller Kristin Trivelas 8.b) UNFINISHED BUSINESS Utilities Committee Chair Benedetti presented a report concurring in the staff recommendation to authorize the Mayor and City Clerk to execute Amendment No. 1 to CAG-21-011 with Murraysmith, Inc. in the amount of $177,686 for construction management services for the Downtown Utility Improvement Project. COUNCIL CONCUR IN THE COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION Public Works – Utilities Martin Pastucha Ron Straka 8.c) UNFINISHED BUSINESS Transportation Committee Chair McIrvin presented a report concurring in the staff recommendation to approve Amendment No. 1-21 to LAG-19-001 with Rainier Flight Services, LLC and authorize the Mayor and City Clerk to execute the amendment. This amendment increases the annual lease revenue by $22,577.40. COUNCIL CONCUR IN THE COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION Public Works – Airport Martin Pastucha Jason Anderson 8.d) UNFINISHED BUSINESS Transportation Committee Chair McIrvin presented a report concurring in the staff recommendation to approve the compensation at $0.00 for the Solera Street Vacation Petition. The Committee further recommended that the ordinance to vacate a portion of 11th Avenue N within the Solera development project be presented for first reading. COUNCIL CONCUR IN THE COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION CED Chip Vincent Vanessa Dolbee Amanda Askren 8.e) UNFINISHED BUSINESS Transportation Committee Chair McIrvin presented a report concurring in the staff recommendation to authorize the temporary full street closure of Sunset Lane NE (aka Jefferson Ave NE) for 850 foot portion between NE 10th St and Harrington Pl NE not to exceed two (2) years between October 4, 2021 and October 4, 2021 to allow for construction of the Solera Master Site Plan Project (former Hi-Lands Shopping Center). The Committee further recommended the resolution regarding this matter be presented for reading and adoption. COUNCIL CONCUR IN THE COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION CED Chip Vincent Vanessa Dolbee Brianne Bannwarth 9.a) Resolution: Resolution No. 4446: A resolution was read authorizing temporary full road closure of Sunset Lane NE (aka Jefferson Ave NE) between NE 10th St and Harrington Pl NE for the construction of the Solera Master Site Plan Project (former Hi- Lands Shopping Center) for a period not to exceed 2 (two) calendar years. COUNCIL ADOPT THE RESOLUTION AS READ CED Chip Vincent Vanessa Dolbee Brianne Bannwarth 9.b) Ordinance for first reading: Ordinance No. 6027: An ordinance was read vacating a portion of 11th Avenue N, south of Harrington Place NE and north of Sunset Lane NE (Solera Street Vacation; VAC-20-002). COUNCIL REFER THE ORDINANCE FOR SECOND AND FINAL READING AT THE NEXT COUNCIL MEETING CED Chip Vincent Vanessa Dolbee Amanda Askren 9.c) Ordinance for second and final reading: Ordinance No. 6026: An ordinance was read adopting final zoning regulations, previously adopted as interim zoning controls by Ordinance No. 5996 and Ordinance No. 6019 with changes to expand the number of zones in which homeless services may locate and otherwise align with requirements of ESSHB 1220, providing for severability, and establishing an effective date. COUNCIL ADOPT THE ORDINANCE AS READ. ROLL CALL: ALL AYES CED Chip Vincent Vanessa Dolbee Angie Mathias