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Final Agenda Packet CITY OF RENTON AGENDA - City Council Regular Meeting 7:00 PM - Monday, September 20, 2021 Council Chambers, 7th Floor, City Hall – 1055 S. Grady Way Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Councilmembers are attending this meeting remotely through Zoom. Audience comments will be accommodated through Zoom. Speakers must click the link to the registration form (linked below), fill it out, and submit it by 5 p.m. on the day of the Council meeting. The public may also submit comments in writing to cityclerk@rentonwa.gov by 5 p.m. on the day of the meeting. Registration is not required for those who wish to speak during public hearings. Registration for Audience Comment Registration will be open at all times, but speakers must register by 5 p.m. on the day of a Council meeting in order to be called upon. Anyone who registers after 5 p.m. on the day of the Council meeting will not be called upon to speak and will be required to re-register for the next Council meeting if they wish to speak at that next meeting. • Request to Speak Registration Form • You may also copy/paste the following URL into your browser: https://forms.office.com/g/bTJUj6NrEE • Instructions for Virtual Attendance For those wishing to attend by Zoom, please (1) click this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84938072917?pwd=TUNCcnppbjNjbjNRMWpZaXk2bjJnZz09 (or copy the URL and paste into a web browser) or (2) call-in to the Zoom meeting by dialing 253- 215-8782 and entering 849 3807 2917 Passcode 156708, or (3) call 425-430-6501 by 5 p.m. on the day of the meeting to request an invite with a link to the meeting. Those providing audience comments will be limited to 5 minutes each speaker unless an exception is granted by the Council. Attendees will be muted and not audible to the Council except during times they are designated to speak. Advance instructions for how to address the Council will be provided to those who sign up in advance to speak and again during the meeting. 1. CALL TO ORDER 2. ROLL CALL 3. PROCLAMATION a) GEAR UP Week (Renton School District) - September 20 - 24, 2021 4. PUBLIC HEARING a) Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Coronavirus (CV) Round 2 Funds 5. ADMINISTRATIVE REPORT a) Administrative Report 6. AUDIENCE COMMENTS NOTICE to all participants: Pursuant to state law, RCW 42.17A.555, campaigning for any ballot measure or candidate in City Hall and/or during any portion of the council meeting, including the audience comment portion of the meeting, is PROHIBITED. 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 September 13, 2021. Council Concur b) AB - 2932 City Clerk submits 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 c) AB - 2950 Finance Department recommends hiring a Grants Program Manager at Step E of salary grade m27, effective October 18, 2021. Refer to Finance Committee d) AB - 2926 Public Works Utility Systems Division recommends 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 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) Committee of the Whole: American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) b) Transportation Committee: Amendment No. 1-21 to LAG-19-001 with Rainier Flight Services, LLC.; Compensation and Final Approval of Solera Street Vacation Petition, VAC- 20-002*; Temporary Full Street Closure of Sunset Lane NE between NE 10th St and Harrington Pl NE* c) Utilities Committee: Amendment No. 1 to CAG-21-011 with Murraysmith, Inc. for the Downtown Utility Improvement Project 9. LEGISLATION Resolution: a) Resolution No. 4446: Temporary Full Closure of Sunset Lane NE (See item 8.b) Ordinance for first reading: b) Ordinance No. 6027: Solera Street Vacation Petition (VAC-20-002) (See item 8.b) Ordinance for second and final reading: c) Ordinance No. 6026: D-200 Align Homeless Services with Requirements of ESSHB 1220 (First Reading on 9/13/2021) 10. NEW BUSINESS (Includes Council Committee agenda topics; visit rentonwa.gov/cityclerk for more information.) 11. EXECUTIVE SESSION a) To discuss potential litigation pursuant to RCW 42.30.110.(1)(i) for approximately 60 minutes. 12. ADJOURNMENT COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE MEETING AGENDA (Preceding Council Meeting) 6:00 p.m. - MEETING REMOTELY Hearing assistance devices for use in the Council Chambers are available upon request to the City Clerk CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS ARE TELEVISED LIVE ON GOVERNMENT ACCESS CHANNEL 21 To view Council Meetings online, please visit rentonwa.gov/councilmeetings ArmondoPavoneMayor‘T41fiereas,theGainingEarlyAwarenessandReadinessforUndergraduatePrograms(GEARUP)isafederallyfundedprogramdesignedtoincreasethenumberofstudentswhostayinschoolandsucceedinpost-secondaryeducation;andWfiereas,GEARUPfocusesonstudentsfromlow-incomeandunderservedcommunitieswhomightbethefirstpersonintheirfamilytogotocollege;andWfiereas,GEARUPprovidessix-orseven-yeargrantstostatesorpartnershipstodeliversupportandresourcestostudentsandtheirfamilies,startingnolaterthanthe7thgradethroughhighschoolandonwardtoattainingapost-secondaryeducation;and‘Wfiereas,GEARUPincludesinterventionssuchastutoring,mentoring,academicpreparation,andfinancialeducationtoimproveaccessandsuccessinhighereducation;andWfiereas,GEARUPAchieversservesapproximately4,500studentsin8thand9thgradeinfourdifferentSouthKingCountyDistricts,with2,058studentsservedfromRentonSchoolDistrict;andW/ereas,GEARUPprovidesfull-circleprogramming,includingfamilyandcommunitymembers,tosupportstudentsuccessandgoalsbyhostingcollegeknowledgeworkshops,financialaidcounseling,andfamilycollegetours;andWfiereas,thecityofRentoniscommittedtoprovidingaqualityeducationforallstudentsandhelpingthemtoachievetheirhighestpotential;Ww,tfierefore,I,ArmondoPavone,MayoroftheCityofRenton,doherebyproclaimSeptember20-24,2021tobeJ4VPWeeiQintheCityofRenton,andIencourageallcitizenstojoinmeinthisspecialobservance.InwitnesswfiereofIhavehereuntosetmyhandandcausedthesealoftheCityofRentontobeaffixedthis20thdayofSeptember,2021.€4ProctamationArmoPvone,MayorCityento,WashingtonRentonCityHall,7thFloor1055SouthGradyWay,Renton,WA98057.rentonwa.govAGENDA ITEM #3. a) Mayor’s Office Memorandum DATE: September 20, 2021 TO: Randy Corman, Council President Members of Renton City Council FROM: Armondo Pavone, Mayor Ed VanValey, Chief Administrative Officer SUBJECT: Administrative Report • On Monday, September 27, Renton Community Center and Senior Activity Center will re-open. Public safety and adequate staffing levels to best serve the public have been considered in the re-opening decision. To ensure safety for both patrons and staff, the following procedures will be followed:  When entering a City of Renton Recreation facility:  Wear a mask at all times regardless of vaccination status.  Complete a COVID-19 Health Screening questionnaire.  Inform the facility’s Safety Supervisor immediately upon receipt of a positive COVID-19 test, if in the facility within the last few days.  During this time, facilities will require pre-registration or reservations for amenities and programs. Schedules can be viewed at rentonwa.gov/recreation. A City of Renton PerfectMind Account is needed to complete the process for all registrations or reservations. If you don’t already have an account, sign up at rentonwa.gov/register or contact Recreation staff at (425) 430-6700. • Due to declining daylight, Renton Farmers Market will shift back one hour, opening at 2:00pm and closing at 6:00pm on Tuesdays, September 21 and September 28. Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program and matching dollars are available. See the Renton Farmers Market web page for more information. • Information about preventative street maintenance, traffic impact projects, and road closures happening this week can be found at http://rentonwa.gov/traffic. All projects are weather permitting and unless otherwise noted, streets will always remain open. Preventative street maintenance, traffic impact projects, and road closures will be at the following locations:  Monday, September 20 through Thursday, September 23, 2021, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.: Street maintenance crews will be conducting crack sealing operations along North 4th Street between Park Avenue North and Logan Avenue North. Alternating single lane closures will occur between 7 a.m. and 4 p.m. AGENDA ITEM #5. a) Randy Corman, Council President Members of Renton City Council Page 2 of 2 September 20, 2021  Lake Washington Loop Trail Project Logan Avenue South and Airport Way: Lane closures continue between now and project completion in early fall. For more information and project updates, please visit the project webpage at https://rentonwa.gov/cms/One.aspx?portalId=7922741&pageId=9346818.  Ongoing Trail Closure through fall 2021: Ripley Lane North Trail closure just north of the VMAC and the trailhead going north to support the WSDOT I-405 Renton to Bellevue Widening and Express Toll Lanes Project. Questions may be directed to Justin Johnson at 425-902-7172.  Downtown Utility Improvement Project: The Downtown Utility Improvement Project requires several roadway closures and detours between now and project completion in 2022. For more information on current upcoming road closures and traffic impacts or to sign up for email or text alerts visit the project website at https://rentonwa.gov/duip.  Williams Avenue South and Wells Avenue South Conversion Project: Impacts to traffic will continue throughout this area between South 2nd Street and South 3rd Street. Please visit the project webpage at https://rentonwa.gov/ww for more information. AGENDA ITEM #5. a) September 13, 2021 REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES CITY OF RENTON MINUTES - City Council Regular Meeting 7:00 PM - Monday, September 13, 2021 Council Chambers, 7th Floor, City Hall – 1055 S. Grady Way CALL TO ORDER Mayor Pavone called the meeting of the Renton City Council to order at 7:00 PM. ROLL CALL Councilmembers Present: Randy Corman, Council President Angelina Benedetti, Council Position No. 2 Valerie O'Halloran, Council Position No. 3 Ryan McIrvin, Council Position No. 4 Ed Prince, Council Position No. 5 Ruth Pérez, Council Position No. 6 Kim-Khánh Vǎn, Council Position No. 7 (All councilmembers attended remotely) Councilmembers Absent: ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF PRESENT Armondo Pavone, Mayor Ed VanValey, Chief Administrative Officer Patrice Kent, Senior Assistant City Attorney Jason Seth, City Clerk Judith Subia, Council Liaison Kristi Rowland, Deputy Chief Administrative Officer Preeti Shridhar, Equity, Housing and Human Services Administrator Martin Pastucha, Public Works Administrator Kari Roller, Administrative Services Administrator Ellen Bradley-Mak, Human Resources and Risk Management Administrator Kelly Beymer, Community Services Administrator Cailín Hunsaker, Parks & Trails Director Vanessa Dolbee, Planning Director Ron Straka, Public Works Utility Systems Director William Adams, Public Works Airport Civil Engineer III AGENDA ITEM #7. a) September 13, 2021 REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES Interim Chief Jon Schuldt, Police Department Administrator (All City staff attended remotely except City Clerk Seth) PROCLAMATIONS a) Mayor's Day of Concern for the Hungry: A proclamation by Mayor Pavone was read declaring September 18, 2021 to be Mayor's Day of Concern for the Hungry in the City of Renton, strongly urging all citizens to join the Emergency Feeding Program and the Salvation Army Renton Rotary Food Bank in their efforts to nourish those who are hungry. MOVED BY CORMAN, SECONDED BY MCIRVIN, COUNCIL CONCUR IN THE PROCLAMATION. CARRIED. b) National Recovery Month: A proclamation by Mayor Pavone was read declaring September 2021 to be National Recovery Month in the City of Renton, encouraging all members of the community to join in this special observation. Kathleen Murphy, King County - Department of Community and Human Services Behavioral Health and Recovery Division, accepted the proclamation with appreciation. MOVED BY CORMAN, SECONDED BY MCIRVIN, COUNCIL CONCUR IN THE PROCLAMATION. CARRIED. ADMINISTRATIVE REPORT CAO Ed VanValey reviewed a written administrative report summarizing the City’s recent progress towards goals and work programs adopted as part of its business plan for 2021 and beyond. Items noted were: • Solid Waste Utility Division is hosting the last of three mini -recycle events on Saturday, September 18 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Renton Technical College. This event will include document shredding and collection of Styrofoam®. Food donations for the Renton Salvation Army Food Bank will also be accepted during this event. More information can be found at rentonwa.gov/solid_waste_utility/recycle_event. • King County Library System will display a Pop-up Story Walk along the walking path at Liberty Park through September. Enjoy each page of Cat’s Colors as you walk around the park. • Come view Renton History Museum’s new temporary exhibit When You Can’t Go Home: Portraits of Refugees in the Pacific Northwest. This exhibit is the life work of Karisa Keasey, local artist, author, and advocate. Keasey spent hours with each refugee featured in this exhibit with the help of World Relief, a globally celebrated refugee resettlement organization. These moving watercolor portraits demonstrate a passion for enabling some of the most marginalized people in the world to be seen and heard. On exhibit through November 6. • Preventative street maintenance will continue to impact traffic and result in occasional street closures. AGENDA ITEM #7. a) September 13, 2021 REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES AUDIENCE COMMENTS • Tim Hayner, Bonney Lake, of Cascade Civil Construction, noted that his company is the contractor for the Williams and Wells Conversion project and requested support to get the project’s related change orders processed more quickly. He also noted that there are several utility conflicts in the area which has caused most of the change orders. • Carl Nelson, Beaverton (OR), stated that he is the Vice President of Cascade Civil Construction and echoed Mr. Hayner’s concerns about the timeliness of processing change orders. Mayor Pavone noted that he will review the issue with staff and have someone follow-up with Mr. Nelson. • Paulette Makela, Renton, expressed concerns about derelict buildings in downtown. She urged the administration to act, especially in regard to the building located at 220 S 3rd Pl which is across the street from the St. Anthony’s. Mayor Pavone noted that the owner had been issued code violations and recently signed an agreement allowing the City to trespass people from the property. • Renton Tinderer, unknown, jokingly asked that the Mayor name him Mayor of Renton because he has the same first name as the City. • Ashley Dale, unknown, Director of Bailing Out Benji, expressed concerns about Puppyland, a retail pet store in Renton, and urged Council to pass a humane pet store ordinance that bans the sale of dogs and cats. • Jill Servais, Renton, expressed concerns about Puppyland, alleging the company gets its puppies from dog mills in the Midwest and uses predatory loan practices. She urged Council to support a humane pet store ordinance that bans the sale of dogs and cats in retail stores. • Cathleen Powell, Renton, remarked that she is a long-time volunteer and advocate for dogs and urged Council to support a humane pet store ordinance. • Trenise Williams, Renton, stated that although she is excited about the Black Lives Matter mural being completed, she is disappointed in the way the City credited most of the work to the Renton Municipal Arts Commission and not the Black leaders and advocates, including herself, who made this vision a reality. She urged Council to be more considerate in the future. Councilmember Pérez thanked Ms. Williams for her hard work and dedication to this project and the community. • Gina Cari, Renton, expressed concern about Puppyland and urged Council to adopt a humane pet store ordinance that bans the sale of dogs and cats in retail stores. • Carmen Rivera, Renton, expressed outrage towards the City’s social media posts commending the Renton Municipal Arts Commission and not the local Black leaders who worked on the Black Lives Matter mural. She demanded that Council have the posts edited to reflect credit to those community members involved in the project. Ms. Rivera also demanded that community members be allowed to appoint members to the proposed Renton Equity and Empowerment Commission. • Nancy Quinn, Renton, asked for a staff contact regarding the condominium project proposed for the old Stoneway site off of the Maple Valley Highway. She also noted that she would follow-up with Mayor Pavone regarding public safety issues in her neighborhood. AGENDA ITEM #7. a) September 13, 2021 REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES • Rev. Dr. Linda Smith, Renton, echoed the previous speakers’ concerns regarding crediting the Black community leaders who worked on the Black Lives Matter mural. She also echoed Ms. Rivera’s demand to allow community members to appoint individuals to the proposed Renton Equity and Empowerment Commission. • Ali Cohen, Renton, expressed support for the previous speakers’ comments regarding the Black Lives Matter mural, and support for the adoption of a humane pet store ordinance. City Clerk Seth read the following announcement: “Mr. Mayor, I would like to make an announcement for the benefit of the public regarding a change in administrative process for accepting Audience Comment. Beginning at the next Council meeting, September 20, 2021, residents, and others who wish to speak during the Audience Comment period will be required to register in advance. A link to the registration form will be included on future agendas, as well as being posted to the City Council webpage, the Council agenda portal webpage, and various City social media sites. The form requires the following information from speakers: Meeting Date (the meeting you would like to speak at); Full name (of speaker); City of Residence, email address and/or phone number, and the topic of the speaker’s comments. Registration will be open at all times, but speakers must register by 5 p.m. on the day of a Council meeting in order to be called upon. Anyone who registers after 5 p.m. on the day of the Council meeting will not be called upon to speak, and will be required to re-register for the next Council meeting if they wish to speak at that next meeting. We are making this change for three reasons, 1) to ensure that everyone who desires to speak during the Audience Comment portion of the meeting is recognized and afforded the opportunity, 2) to allow City staff an ability to collect speakers’ email addresses or phone numbers so we can provide a more immediate response to residents’ concerns, and 3) to establish a more formal process for records management purposes.” CONSENT AGENDA Items listed on the Consent Agenda were adopted with one motion, following the listing. Councilmember O'Halloran requested Item 6.k be removed for separate consideration. a) Approval of Council Meeting minutes of August 16, 2021. Council Concur. b) AB - 2936 City Clerk reported bid opening on August 23, 2021 for the 2021 Runway PCC Panel Repair Project, CAG-21-184, and submitted the staff recommendation to award the contract to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder, Road Construction Northwest, Inc., in the amount of $448,393.26. Council Concur. c) AB - 2937 City Clerk reported receipt of an appraisal for the Solera Street Vacation Petition, VAC-20-002, and submitted the staff recommendation to accept the appraisal and set compensation for the street vacation at $0.00 due to the developer dedicating future right-of- way estimated at $3,165,000. Refer to Transportation (Aviation) Committee. AGENDA ITEM #7. a) September 13, 2021 REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES d) AB - 2922 Community & Economic Development Department recommended approval to execute an agreement with Cascadia Consulting Group, LLC, in the amount of $186,800, for the purpose of updating the City's Clean Economy Strategy. Refer to Planning Commission and Planning & Development Committee. e) AB - 2942 Community & Economic Development Department requested authorization to hire a Civil Engineer III at Step D of salary grade a29, effective September 27, 2021. Refer to Finance Committee. f) AB - 2943 Community & Economic Development Department requested adoption of a resolution authorizing a temporary full street closure for an 850-foot-long portion of Sunset Lane NE between NE 10th St and Harrington Pl NE for a period not to exceed two (2) years from October 4, 2021 to October 4, 2023. Refer to Transportation (Aviation) Committee. g) AB - 2939 Community & Economic Development Department requested authorization to hire an Associate Planner at Step E of salary grade a21, effective September 27, 2021. Refer to Finance Committee. h) AB - 2944 Equity, Housing, and Human Services Department recommended setting a public hearing on September 20, 2021 to consider approving a grant agreement (subject to approval as to form by the City Attorney Department) with King County, to accept an additional $186,591 in Community Development Block Grant - Coronavirus Round 2 (CDBG-CV2) funds which will be allocated to the Renton Housing Authority ($91,430) and Centro Rendu ($91,429). King County will retain two percent of the amount to administer the program. Refer to Finance Committee; Set Public Hearing on 9/20/2021. i) AB - 2928 Equity, Housing, and Human Services Department requested approval to execute the termination of the Multi-Family Housing Property Tax Exemption (MFHPTE) Agreement for the Sunset Terrace Apartments dated June 7, 2019; which is necessary in order to execute the new MFHPTE agreement approved by Council on August 9, 2021, with Colpitts Sunset LLC, for the Sunset Terrace project. Refer to Planning & Development Committee. j) AB - 2940 Executive Services Department recommended approval of the 21EMPG/21EMPG- ARPA Award Obligation Letter, with the Washington State Military Department - Emergency Management Division, and approval of the related grant agreement when it is issued (subject to approval as to form by the City Attorney Department) necessary to receive grant funds in the amount of $77,021. Refer to Finance Committee. l) AB - 2933 Public Works Airport requested authorization to execute Amendment No. 1-21 to LAG-19-001, lease with Rainier Flight Service, LLC, which includes construction milestones for the 820 and 800 Airport parcels, lease back an office space area, amend the rental rates, and make other housekeeping corrections. This amendment increases the annual lease revenue by $22,577.40 above the current lease structure. Refer to Transportation (Aviation) Committee. m) AB - 2920 Public Works Transportation Systems Division requested authorization to purchase signal equipment from Mobile Electrical Distributors, estimated at $192,114.60, for signals and streetlight poles, as part of the agreement, CAG-20-156, with King County Metro Transit Department. Refer to Finance Committee. AGENDA ITEM #7. a) September 13, 2021 REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES n) AB - 2938 Public Works Transportation Systems Division requested authorization to execute Change Order No. 12 to CAG-20-001, contract with Cascade Civil Construction, LLC, in the amount of $360,000 for additional work for the Williams Ave S and Wells Ave S Conversion project. Refer to Finance Committee. o) AB - 2941 Public Works Transportation Systems Division submitted the 2022-2027 Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program, and requested a public hearing be set on October 4, 2021 to consider approving the related annual updates to the program. Refer to Transportation (Aviation) Committee; Set Public Hearing on 10/4/2021. p) AB - 2927 Public Works Utility Systems Division recommended approval to execute Amendment No. 1 to CAG-21-011, with Murraysmith, Inc., in the amount of $177,686, for construction management services related to the Downtown Utility Improvement project. Refer to Utilities Committee. MOVED BY CORMAN, SECONDED BY MCIRVIN, COUNCIL CONCUR TO APPROVE THE CONSENT AGENDA, MINUS ITEM 6.k. CARRIED. SEPARATE CONSIDERATION ITEM 6.K k) AB - 2935 Finance Department recommended adopting a resolution that changes the title of the City's authorized individual to Finance Administrator in the Local Government Investment Pool (LGIP). Refer to Finance Committee MOVED BY O'HALLORAN, SECONDED BY PRINCE, COUNCIL CONCUR TO APPROVE ITEM 6.k AS COUNCIL CONCUR. CARRIED. UNFINISHED BUSINESS a) Finance Committee Chair O'Halloran presented a report concurring in the staff recommendation to approve the following payments: 1. Accounts Payable – total payment of $9,307,082.05 for vouchers, 10344, 394110- 394122, 394124-394126, 394136-394504; payroll benefit withholding vouchers 6645, 6647, 6649, 6652 6654-6655, 394127-394135 and two wire transfers. 2. Payroll – total payment of $1,577,679.56 for payroll vouchers that include 651 direct deposits and 20 checks. (08/01/21-08/15/21 pay period). 3. Kidder Mathews vouchers 6379-6393 totaling $26,735.72. MOVED BY O'HALLORAN, SECONDED BY PRINCE, COUNCIL CONCUR IN THE COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION. CARRIED. b) Finance Committee Chair O'Halloran presented a report concurring in the staff recommendation to accept the Washington State Department of Commerce Grant – 2019 Local and Community Project Grant in the amount of $1,455,000 to reimburse construction costs of the Family First Community Center. The Committee further recommended that the Mayor and City Clerk be authorized to execute this grant. MOVED BY O'HALLORAN, SECONDED BY PRINCE, COUNCIL CONCUR IN THE COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION. CARRIED. AGENDA ITEM #7. a) September 13, 2021 REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES c) Finance Committee Chair O'Halloran presented a report concurring in the staff recommendation to authorize staff to compensate Robert Thompson as a Building Inspector/Electrical at Step D of Grade a21 effective September 16, 2021. MOVED BY O'HALLORAN, SECONDED BY PRINCE, COUNCIL CONCUR IN THE COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION. CARRIED. d) Finance Committee Chair O'Halloran presented a report concurring in the staff recommendation to authorize the Mayor and City Clerk to enter into Amendment No. 1 to Interlocal Agreement for Cooperation Between the City of Renton and Renton Regional Fire Authority. MOVED BY O'HALLORAN, SECONDED BY PRINCE, COUNCIL CONCUR IN THE COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION. CARRIED. e) Planning & Development Committee Chair Prince presented a report concurring in the staff and Planning Commission recommendation to adopt the 2021 Title IV Docket Group #16, Group B. The Planning and Development Committee further recommended that ordinances for the items listed below be prepared and presented for first reading when they are complete. #D-194: Retail Pet Sales has been placed on hold to allow for additional review time. • #D-191: ADUs with Religious Institutions • #D-196: Height and Setbacks in RMF Zone • #D-199: Residential Accessory Structures Furthermore, the Planning and Development Committee concurred with the staff and Planning Commission recommendation to adopt amendments to Renton Municipal Code for #D-200: Compliance with E2SHB 1220 and #D-201: UC Zone Development Standards. The Planning and Development Committee further recommended that ordinances for these items be prepared and presented for first reading when they are complete. MOVED BY PRINCE, SECONDED BY PÉREZ, COUNCIL CONCUR IN THE COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION. CARRIED. LEGISLATION Resolutions: a) Resolution No. 4444: A resolution was read authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to enter into Amendment No. 1 to Interlocal Agreement for Cooperation between the City of Renton and Renton Regional Fire Authority. MOVED BY O'HALLORAN, SECONDED BY PRINCE, COUNCIL ADOPT THE RESOLUTION AS READ. CARRIED. b) Resolution No. 4445: A resolution was read changing the title of the authorized individual delegated to administer the investment of City of Renton monies in the Local Government Investment Pool from the Administrative Services Administrator to the Finance Administrator. MOVED BY O'HALLORAN, SECONDED BY PRINCE, COUNCIL ADOPT THE RESOLUTION AS READ. CARRIED. Ordinance for first reading: c) 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. AGENDA ITEM #7. a) September 13, 2021 REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES Responding to Councilmember Benedetti’s inquiries regarding zoning selection and housing options, Planning Director Dolbee stated that the House Bill provided the City with two options. She noted that Option A required the allowance of this use in all zones that had hotels, and Option B provided a variety of zones as long as it was the majority of the zones within the City and were within a half-mile of transit access. Concluding, Ms. Dolbee explained that Option A included the CA zone, but the Planning Commission recommended Option B because it had a variety of residential and commercial sites allowing for integration into neighborhoods and communities. MOVED BY PRINCE, SECONDED BY PÉREZ, COUNCIL REFER THE ORDINANCE FOR SECOND AND FINAL READING AT THE NEXT COUNCIL MEETING. CARRIED. Ordinances for second and final reading: d) Ordinance No. 6024: An ordinance was read amending Section 4-2-030 of the Renton Municipal Code, updating zoning map procedures and practices, providing for severability, and establishing an effective date. MOVED BY PRINCE, SECONDED BY PÉREZ, COUNCIL ADOPT THE ORDINANCE AS READ. ROLL CALL: ALL AYES. CARRIED. e) Ordinance No. 6025: An ordinance was read amending Subsections 4-8-080.G, 4-8-090.F, 4- 8-110.C.8, and 4-8-110.F.4 of the Renton Municipal Code, amending public notice requirements for appeals and clarifying the distinction between open record hearings and open record appeals, providing for severability, and establishing an effective date. MOVED BY PRINCE, SECONDED BY PÉREZ, COUNCIL ADOPT THE ORDINANCE AS READ. ROLL CALL: ALL AYES. CARRIED. NEW BUSINESS Please see the attached Council Committee Meeting Calendar. ADJOURNMENT MOVED BY PRINCE, SECONDED BY CORMAN, COUNCIL ADJOURN. CARRIED. TIME: 8:16 P.M. Jason A. Seth, MMC, City Clerk Jason Seth, Recorder 13 Sep 2021 AGENDA ITEM #7. a) Council Committee Meeting Calendar September 13, 2021 September 20, 2021 Monday 3:00 PM Utilities Committee, Chair Benedetti - VIDEOCONFERENCE 1. Amendment No. 1 to CAG-21-011 with Murraysmith, Inc. for the Downtown Utility Improvement Project 2. Emerging Issues in Utilities 3:45 PM Public Safety Committee, Chair Pérez - VIDEOCONFERENCE 1. Spotlight Department Promotions 2. RFA Briefing 3. Emerging Issues in Public Safety 4:45 PM Transportation Committee, Chair McIrvin - VIDEOCONFERENCE 1. Amendment No. 1-21 to LAG-19-001 with Rainier Flight Services, LLC. 2. Compensation and Final Approval of Solera Street Vacation Petition, VAC-20-002 3. Temporary Full Street Closure of Sunset Lane NE between NE 10th St and Harrington Pl NE 4. Emerging Issues in Transportation 6:00 PM Committee of the Whole, Chair Corman – VIDEOCONFERENCE 1. American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) Update 7:00 PM Council Meeting - VIDEOCONFERENCE AGENDA ITEM #7. a) AB - 2932 City Council Regular Meeting - 20 Sep 2021 SUBJECT/TITLE: August 2021 Primary - Certified Election Results RECOMMENDED ACTION: None; Information Only DEPARTMENT: City Clerk STAFF CONTACT: Jason Seth, City Clerk EXT.: 6502 FISCAL IMPACT SUMMARY: N/A SUMMARY OF ACTION: King County certified the results of the August 2, 2021 Primary Election 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% EXHIBITS: A. King County Certification Letter STAFF RECOMMENDATION: N/A AGENDA ITEM #7. b) STATE OF WASHINGTON ) ) SS. COUNTY OF KING ) This is to certify that on August 3, 2021, there was held a primary election in the City of Renton, King County, Washington, for the election of candidates; That the results of the election were duly canvassed by the King County Canvassing Board on August 17, 2021, and the results of said canvass are as follows: Council Position No. 1 Sanjeev Yonzon 2,182 15.03% James Alberson 7,501 51.68% Nominated Joe Todd 4,757 32.77% Nominated Write-in 75 0.52% Council Position No. 2 Carmen Rivera 5,529 37.92% Nominated Caleb L. Sutton 1,082 7.42% Ben Johnson 3,338 22.89% Nominated Marvin Rosete 1,613 11.06% Angelina Benedetti 2,976 20.41% Write-in 44 0.30% Dated at Renton, King County, Washington, this 7th day of September 2021. ____________________________ Julie Wise, Director AGENDA ITEM #7. b) AB - 2950 City Council Regular Meeting - 20 Sep 2021 SUBJECT/TITLE: Authorization to Hire Grants Program Manager position at Step E RECOMMENDED ACTION: Refer to Finance Committee DEPARTMENT: Finance Department STAFF CONTACT: Kari Roller, Finance Administrator EXT.: 6931 FISCAL IMPACT SUMMARY: There is no budget impact to hire this candidate at step E. Budget was previously approved through citywide reorganization in August 2021. SUMMARY OF ACTION: The Finance Department has recently created a new position, Grants Program Manager, intended to support citywide grant management and compliance, in addition to seeking out new grant opportunities for the City. Finding a qualified candidate for the Grants Program Manager position was a challenging endeavor. It has been difficult to find a qualified candidate with governmental experience and the education required for this position, due to the unique nature of its responsibilities. The candidate chosen is a talented professional with over twenty years’ experience working within government agencies in varied capacities of grant administration. This candidate holds both a Bachelor’s Degree and Master’s Degree and clearly stood out from all other candidates during the interview process. Additionally, they received remarkable reviews from their most recent supervisors. This candidate will bring much experience and talent to the Finance Department. EXHIBITS: A. Issue Paper STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Authorize staff to offer this candidate the Grants Program Manager (grade m27) position at Step E, effective October 18, 2021. AGENDA ITEM #7. c) ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES M E M O R A N D U M DATE:September 20, 2021 TO:Randy Corman, Council President Members of Renton City Council VIA:Armondo Pavone, Mayor FROM:Kari Roller, Finance Administrator SUBJECT:Hire Grants Program Manager (grade m27) Position at Step E BACKGROUND The Finance Department has recently created a new position, Grants Program Manager, intended to support citywide grant management and compliance, in addition to seeking out new grant opportunities for the City. ISSUE Finding a qualified candidate for the Grants Program Manager position was a challenging endeavor. Many jurisdictions are currently recruiting for similar positions due to the onset of the ARPA grant, resulting in a competitive marketplace for a niche skillset. It has been difficult to find a qualified candidate with governmental experience and the education required for this position, due to the unique nature of its responsibilities. The candidate chosen is a talented professional with over twenty years’ experience working within government agencies in varied capacities of grant administration. This candidate holds both a Bachelor’s Degree and Master’s Degree and clearly stood out from all other candidates during the interview process. Additionally, they received remarkable reviews from their most recent supervisors. This candidate will bring much experience and talent to the Finance Department. It is our opinion that we will not be able to find an individual more suited by background, skills and abilities to fill this position. There is no budget impact to hire this candidate at step E. Budget was previously approved through citywide reorganization in August 2021. RECOMMENDATION We recommend that City Council authorize staff to offer this candidate the Grants Program Manager (grade m27) position, Step E, effective October 18, 2021. AGENDA ITEM #7. c) Addressee Name Page 2 of 2 Date of Memo AGENDA ITEM #7. c) AB - 2926 City Council Regular Meeting - 20 Sep 2021 SUBJECT/TITLE: Amendment No. 6 to CAG-17-050 with RH2 Engineering, Inc. for the Lift Station and Force Main Rehabilitation Project RECOMMENDED ACTION: Refer to Utilities Committee DEPARTMENT: Public Works Utility Systems Division STAFF CONTACT: Joe Stowell, Wastewater Engineering Manager EXT.: 7212 FISCAL IMPACT SUMMARY: Funding for Amendment No. 6 to CAG-17-050 with RH2 Engineering, Inc. for $520,826 is available from the approved 2021-2022 Wastewater Capital Improvement Program Lift Station and Force Main Rehabilitation project budgets (426.465508 and 426.465516). The total 2021 budget for the two projects is $3,763,103. There is sufficient unencumbered funding in the budget to cover this amendment. SUMMARY OF ACTION: In 2017, Public Works initiated a project to upgrade and rehabilitate 19 of the 20 lift stations and related force mains that move sewage through the city to the King County Wastewater Treatment Facility. While all these facilities are less than 25 years old, there is a list of needs that should be addressed to keep these facilities operating 24 hours per day for 365 days per year. The following is a representative list of work that would occur: • Pump replacements. • Structural repairs. • Installation of force main clean-outs. • Adding backup generators. • Upgraded telemetry systems in an effort to modernize the facilities and increase efficiency and reliability of these facilities. Design and construction work was originally separated into two groups based on the priority of the lift station. Due to funding and the need for easement acquisition, the groups have been divided into four phases. The phases represent design/bid/construct packages. The following is a list of the stations, respective phase of work, and reference to the original grouping. AGENDA ITEM #7. d) The proposed amendment with RH2 Engineering will allow for the completion of 100% design for the three Phase 2 projects with anticipated bidding for construction of this work by the end of 2021. It will also fund the design work (concept to 100% design) for the Phase 3 and 4 projects in 2022 -2023, with Phase 4 being the final group constructed (tentatively 2023) due to the need for acquisitions of easements. The contract scope of work includes the following tasks: 1. Project management. 2. Desktop review and field inspection of the Phase 3 and 4 lift stations. 3. Preparation of conceptual 30% design plans for each Phase 3 and 4 lift stations for identified improvements. 4. Geotechnical investigations of each project site. 5. Final design plan and specifications for Phase 3 and 4 lift stations. 6. Consultant services during bidding and award of the construction contract for the force main and lift station improvements. AGENDA ITEM #7. d) The amendment should allow the city to finalize the design work for the 19 lift station projects over the next couple of years and advance into project construction. EXHIBITS: A. Agreement B. Schedule C. Cost and Fee Estimate STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Authorize the Mayor and City Clerk to execute Amendment No. 6 to CAG-17-050 with RH2 Engineering, Inc. in the amount of $520,826 for the Lift Station and Force Main Rehabilitation project. AGENDA ITEM #7. d) AMENDMENT NO. 6 TO AGREEMENT FOR LIFT STATION AND FORCE MAIN REHABILITATION LIFT STATION AND FORCE MAIN REHABILITATION THIS AMENDMENT, dated for reference purposes only as September 13, 2021September 13, 2021, is by and between the City of Renton (the “City”), a Washington municipal corporation, and RH2 Engineering, Inc.RH2 Engineering, Inc. (“Consultant”), a Washington corporation Washington corporation. The City and the Consultant are referred to collectively in this Amendment as the “Parties.” Once fully executed by the Parties, this Amendment is effective as of the last date signed by both parties. Whereas, the City engaged the services of the Consultant under Agreement CAG-17-050, dated March 20, 2017, to provide necessary services for the Lift Station and Force Main Rehabilitation Group 1 Facilities (referred to herein as the “Agreement”); Whereas, the Parties wish to amend the Agreement to change the scope of work, change the time for performance, and change the compensation in order to complete design of lift station and force main improvements. NOW THEREFORE, It is mutually agreed upon that CAG-17-050 is amended as follows: 1. Scope of Work: Section 1, Scope of Work, is amended to add work as specified in Exhibit A-6A-6, which is attached and incorporated herein. 2. Time of Performance: Section 3, Time of Performance, is amended pursuant to the schedule(s) set forth in Exhibit B-6B-6. All Work shall be performed by no later than December 31, 2022December 31, 2022. 3. Compensation: Section 4, Compensation, is amended so that the maximum amount of compensation payable to Consultant is increased by $520,826 from $608,043 to $1,128,869, plus any applicable state and local sales taxes. The additional compensation shall be paid based upon Work actually performed according to the rate(s) or amounts specified in Exhibit C-6C-6,which is attached and incorporated herein. 4. All terms of the Agreement not explicitly modified herein shall remain in full force and effect and such terms shall apply to Work performed according to this Amendment as if fully set forth herein. AGENDA ITEM #7. d) PAGE 2 OF 3 AGENDA ITEM #7. d) PAGE 3 OF 3 IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Parties have voluntarily entered into this Amendment as of the date last signed by the Parties below. CITY OF RENTON By:_____________________________ CONSULTANT By:____________________________ Armondo PavoneArmondo Pavone MayorMayor Tony V. PardiTony V. Pardi PresidentPresident _____________________________ Date _____________________________ Date Attest _____________________________ Jason A. Seth City Clerk Approved as to Legal Form By: __________________________ Cheryl Beyer Senior Assistant City Attorney Contract Template Updated 06/17/2021 AGENDA ITEM #7. d) 1 8/31/2021 10:46:50 AM J:\DATA\REN\117-037\CONTRACT\AMEND NO. 6\AMEND NO. 6 - EXHIBIT A-6_SOW_LIFT STATION AND FM REHAB GROUP 1BC_2AB.DOCX EXHIBIT A-6 Scope of Work Amendment No. 6 to CAG-17-050 City of Renton Lift Station and Force Main Rehabilitation – Group 1 Facilities Preliminary (Group 2) and Final (Group 1B and Group 2) Design for Rehabilitation Improvements and Services During Bidding August 2021 Background In 2017, the City of Renton (City) retained RH2 Engineering, Inc., (RH2) for the predesign, design, and services during bidding and construction for improvements to 17 wastewater lift stations (LS) and associated force mains to be completed in multiple phases over several years. The project started with the City breaking down these facilities into Phase 1 and Phase 2 based on rehabilitation priority. However, a few of the Phase 1 LS projects required property acquisition and other permitting requirements. In an effort to prevent delaying the improvements to the remaining lift stations, the City decided to divide the Phase 1 lift stations into Groups 1A and 1B. It is anticipated that the Phase 2 lift stations will be divided into different groups as well. The following provides a detailed breakdown of the lift stations by phases and groups: PHASE 1 (COMPLETED) • Group 1A: Misty Cove, Piper’s Bluff, Shy Creek, Stonegate, Airport, Lind, and part of East Valley. The rehabilitation improvements for these facilities have been designed, bid, and constructed as part of Amendments Nos. 2 and 4. PHASE 2 • Group 1B: Cottonwood, Devil’s Elbow, Baxter, and the remaining portion of East Valley. The preliminary 60-percent design has been completed for these four lift stations. Continuing property acquisition efforts likely will result in addressing further design for the Cottonwood Lift Station separately from the other three Group 1B facilities. Completion of the final design and advertisement for bidding is slated to occur by the end of 2021. o Group 1C: At the time this Scope of Work was prepared, the required easement for the Cottonwood LS was still being negotiated to accommodate the proposed electrical building and generator. The timeline of when the City will be able to obtain an easement from the property owner is uncertain. Therefore, this lift station will be improved later, under a separate group number, as part of Phase 4. AGENDA ITEM #7. d) City of Renton Lift Station and Force Main Rehabilitation – Group 1 Facilities Amendment No. 6 Preliminary (Group 2) and Final (Groups 1B and 2) Design for Exhibit A-6 Rehabilitation Improvements and Services During Bidding Scope of Work 2 8/31/2021 10:46:50 AM J:\DATA\REN\117-037\CONTRACT\AMEND NO. 6\AMEND NO. 6 - EXHIBIT A-6_SOW_LIFT STATION AND FM REHAB GROUP 1BC_2AB.DOCX PHASE 3 • Group 2: Liberty, Wedgewood, Lake Washington Beach, Lake Washington No. 2, Lake Washington Flushing Station, Talbot Crest, Long, Westview, and Kensington Crest. These lift stations have been assessed initially for anticipated improvements in coordination with City staff. RH2 will start with conceptual design to 30-percent design and evaluate anticipated construction costs, as well as progressing to preliminary 60-percent design for all 9 of these facilities. Due to Kensington Crest likely requiring acquisition of an easement, it will be deferred to Group 2B at the 60-percent milestone, along with any other facility that is determined to require an easement. o Group 2A: Liberty, Wedgewood, Lake Washington Beach, Lake Washington No. 2, Lake Washington Flushing Station, Talbot Crest, Long, and Westview. Plans for rehabilitation of these lift stations will be developed from the 60-percent preliminary design level to 90-percent final design, and finally proceed to bidding and construction. o Group 2B: This amendment will determine the easement requirements for the Kensington Crest improvements for the City to begin the acquisition process. The timeline for securing an easement is unknown; therefore, this lift station and any other Group 2A facilities that necessitate easement acquisition will be improved under a separate group number and as part of Phase 4. PHASE 4 • Group 1C: Once easement negotiations are finalized for the Cottonwood LS, improvement plans will be developed from 60-percent to 90-percent design, and subsequently proceed to bidding and construction. • Group 2B: Once easement negotiations are finalized for the Kensington Crest LS and any other facilities that need easements, improvement plans will be developed from 60 -percent to 90-percent design, and subsequently proceed to bidding and construction. Currently, RH2 is under contract to complete the design for the Group 1B and 1C lift stations: Baxter, Cottonwood, Devil’s Elbow, and the remaining portion of East Valley. RH2 also is under contract to provide one (1) round of services during bidding (SDB). As part of Phase 2, RH2 will complete the design for improvements to the three Group 1B facilities, to be advertised for bidding by the end of 2021. Phase 4 will be completed on an independent schedule and design track, depending upon time needed to resolve any property acquisition and permitting needs. Table 1 identifies the Groups 1B, 1C, 2A, and 2B projects included in this amendment and the anticipated types of improvements involved. AGENDA ITEM #7. d) City of Renton Lift Station and Force Main Rehabilitation – Group 1 Facilities Amendment No. 6 Preliminary (Group 2) and Final (Groups 1B and 2) Design for Exhibit A-6 Rehabilitation Improvements and Services During Bidding Scope of Work 3 8/31/2021 10:46:50 AM J:\DATA\REN\117-037\CONTRACT\AMEND NO. 6\AMEND NO. 6 - EXHIBIT A-6_SOW_LIFT STATION AND FM REHAB GROUP 1BC_2AB.DOCX Table 1: Detailed Phasing and Tasks for Facility Rehabilitation Efforts AGENDA ITEM #7. d) City of Renton Lift Station and Force Main Rehabilitation – Group 1 Facilities Amendment No. 6 Preliminary (Group 2) and Final (Groups 1B and 2) Design for Exhibit A-6 Rehabilitation Improvements and Services During Bidding Scope of Work 4 8/31/2021 10:46:50 AM J:\DATA\REN\117-037\CONTRACT\AMEND NO. 6\AMEND NO. 6 - EXHIBIT A-6_SOW_LIFT STATION AND FM REHAB GROUP 1BC_2AB.DOCX The Amendment No. 5 Scope of Work that follows provides for the following services for all nine Group 2 lift stations listed previously: predesign analysis; conceptual 30-percent design plans; preliminary 60-percent designs; final design plans; and SDB. Additionally, this Amendment No. 5 describes the sequencing of tasks and deliverables so that all previously and currently contracted tasks are completed logically and efficiently. The following is an overview of the initial authorization and amendments that have been executed throughout the phases of this project. ORIGINAL CONTRACT (Executed March 20, 2017 – COMPLETED): Task 1 – Desktop Review of Each Lift Station and Force Main Task 2 – Visit Each Lift Station Task 3 – Predesign Project Analysis Task 4 – Project Planning/Next Steps for Design AMENDMENT NO. 1 – STORMWATER PUMP STATION TELEMETRY REPLACEMENT (Executed August 24, 2017 – COMPLETED): Task 5 – Project Administration Task 6 – Stormwater Pump Station Telemetry Panel Upgrades Design Task 7 – Sewer Lift Station Telemetry Panel Upgrades Design Task 8 – Services During Bidding AMENDMENT NO. 2 – GROUP 1 FACILITIES FINAL DESIGN AND SERVICES DURING BIDDING (Executed July 11, 2018): Phase 1 (Group 1A) Lift Stations (COMPLETED): Task 9 – Final Design Plans for Group 1A Lift Station Rehabilitation Improvements Task 10 – Stormwater Lift Station Telemetry Panel Installation Design Task 11 – Specifications for Group 1A Lift Station Rehabilitation Improvements Task 12 – Services During Bidding and Award Phase 2 (Group 1B) Lift Stations: Task 13 – Geologic Exploration, Survey, and Hydraulic Analysis Task 14 – Final Design Plans for Group 1B Lift Station Rehabilitation Improvements Task 15 – Specifications for Group 1B Lift Station Rehabilitation Improvements Task 16 – Permitting for Group 1B Lift Station Rehabilitation Improvements Task 17 – Services During Bidding and Award for Group 1B AGENDA ITEM #7. d) City of Renton Lift Station and Force Main Rehabilitation – Group 1 Facilities Amendment No. 6 Preliminary (Group 2) and Final (Groups 1B and 2) Design for Exhibit A-6 Rehabilitation Improvements and Services During Bidding Scope of Work 5 8/31/2021 10:46:50 AM J:\DATA\REN\117-037\CONTRACT\AMEND NO. 6\AMEND NO. 6 - EXHIBIT A-6_SOW_LIFT STATION AND FM REHAB GROUP 1BC_2AB.DOCX Task 18 – Stormwater Pump Station Telemetry Services During Construction Task 19 – Sewer Lift Station Telemetry Services During Construction AMENDMENT NO. 3 – PHASE 1 (GROUP 1A) LIFT STATION SERVICES DURING CONSTRUCTION (Executed April 11, 2019 – COMPLETED): Task 20 – Services During Construction for Group 1A Lift Stations AMENDMENT NO. 4 – REVISED SCHEDULE (Executed July 1, 2020): No Task – Amendment extended contract completion date to June 30, 2021. AMENDMENT NO. 5 – REVISED SCHEDULE (Executed July 22, 2021): No Task – Amendment extended contract completion date to December 31, 2021. PREDESIGN AND CONCEPTUAL PLANNING As of this Amendment, the four Group 1B (Baxter, Cottonwood, Devil’s Elbow, and East Valley) preliminary facility design plans have been completed to the 60-percent milestone as part of previous amendments. The following Predesign and Conceptual Planning tasks outline the expected effort required to complete the initial assessment of needed improvements and anticipated level of design effort for the nine Group 2 (Liberty, Wedgewood, Lake Washington Beach, Talbot Crest, Long, Westview, Kensington Crest, Lake Washington No. 2, and Lake Washington Flushing Station) facilities to reach the 60-percent preliminary design stage. Assumptions: • No further easement or property acquisition is anticipated for any of the Group 1B facilities. • No major changes in approach or scope of improvements are expected for any of the Group 1B facilities. Task 21 – Project Management Objective: Manage the RH2 project team and maintain files and records. Monitor the project scope, budget, and schedule. Approach: Prepare, monitor, and update the project schedule monthly. Provide monthly invoices with progress reports documenting work performed and budget status. Maintain project files and records. AGENDA ITEM #7. d) City of Renton Lift Station and Force Main Rehabilitation – Group 1 Facilities Amendment No. 6 Preliminary (Group 2) and Final (Groups 1B and 2) Design for Exhibit A-6 Rehabilitation Improvements and Services During Bidding Scope of Work 6 8/31/2021 10:46:50 AM J:\DATA\REN\117-037\CONTRACT\AMEND NO. 6\AMEND NO. 6 - EXHIBIT A-6_SOW_LIFT STATION AND FM REHAB GROUP 1BC_2AB.DOCX RH2 Deliverables: • Monthly project schedule updates in electronic PDF format. • Monthly invoices documenting monthly progress of work completed and earned value compared to contract value in electronic PDF format. • Project records maintained and filed. Task 22 – Desktop Review of Lift Stations and Force Mains (Group 2) Objective: Review as-constructed records of each Group 2 LS and force main (FM) to identify anticipated improvements and additional information needed to be obtained during site visits. Approach: Download and review as-constructed records of the following Group 2 LS and FM facilities. • Liberty LS and FM • Wedgewood LS • Lake Washington Beach LS and FM • Talbot Crest LS • Long LS • Westview LS • Kensington Crest LS • Lake Washington No. 2 LS • Lake Washington Flushing Station Identify measurements, photographs, and other information to obtain during site visits. Assumptions: • Electronic as-constructed records for all Group 2 facilities are available on the City of Renton’s webmap portal (CoR Maps). • RH2 will rely upon the accuracy and completeness of any information, data, and materials generated or produced by the City or others in relation to this Scope of Work. RH2 Deliverables: • Site observation checklists for each of the nine (9) Group 2 sites/alignments. AGENDA ITEM #7. d) City of Renton Lift Station and Force Main Rehabilitation – Group 1 Facilities Amendment No. 6 Preliminary (Group 2) and Final (Groups 1B and 2) Design for Exhibit A-6 Rehabilitation Improvements and Services During Bidding Scope of Work 7 8/31/2021 10:46:50 AM J:\DATA\REN\117-037\CONTRACT\AMEND NO. 6\AMEND NO. 6 - EXHIBIT A-6_SOW_LIFT STATION AND FM REHAB GROUP 1BC_2AB.DOCX Task 23 – Visit Lift Stations (Groups 1B and 2) Objective: Visit LS and FM alignments to identify recommended improvements and site constraints. Approach: Visit and photograph each of the nine (9) LSs reviewed in Task 22 (Group 2) to document existing conditions and features. Prepare site visit report notes. Document dimensions as needed for recommended improvements. Evaluate coating conditions at the following Group 1B and Group 2 lift stations: • Devil’s Elbow – re-evaluate due to time elapsed since previous effort. Additionally, RH2 will inspect the identified bridge for improvements required to rehabilitate to functional and durable condition. • Lake Washington Beach – evaluate in conjunction with scheduled City maintenance activity. • Kensington Crest – evaluate in conjunction with scheduled City maintenance activity. Confirm with City staff and/or update the scope of improvements detailed in Table 1 included in the Background section for each LS and FM site slated for rehabilitation, including desired FM flushing port frequency and other design criteria. Attend one (1) meeting with the City to discuss the planned improvements before proceeding with Task 24. Prepare meeting agenda and minutes. Assumptions: • It is assumed that surveying will not be needed for this initial project phase. RH2 intends to illustrate the locations of the improvements using digital photographs and drawings based on as-constructed records. Provided by City: • Access to each lift station and force main alignment during the site visits. • Assist with measurement verifications. • City to coordinate with RH2 to identify or confirm recommended improvements for each LS and FM included in the Groups 1B and 2 facilities. • Attendance at meeting with RH2. RH2 Deliverables: • List of planned improvements for predesign, following site visits, for discussion with City staff in electronic PDF format. • Meeting agenda and minutes in electronic PDF format. AGENDA ITEM #7. d) City of Renton Lift Station and Force Main Rehabilitation – Group 1 Facilities Amendment No. 6 Preliminary (Group 2) and Final (Groups 1B and 2) Design for Exhibit A-6 Rehabilitation Improvements and Services During Bidding Scope of Work 8 8/31/2021 10:46:50 AM J:\DATA\REN\117-037\CONTRACT\AMEND NO. 6\AMEND NO. 6 - EXHIBIT A-6_SOW_LIFT STATION AND FM REHAB GROUP 1BC_2AB.DOCX • Attendance at meeting with City. Task 24 – Predesign Project Analysis (Group 2) Objective: Prepare conceptual 30-percent design plans for all nine (9) Group 2 LS and FM projects. The primary purpose of preparing conceptual plans is to quantify the design development effort. Many of the plans and details developed as part of this Task will be further developed during the design phase of the project. Some details will be common to several LS or FM sites. Approach: Evaluate the characteristics of the site geology and topography for accommodating retaining walls and emergency generators in the slopes for the Talbot Crest and Long Lift Stations. Prepare preliminary recommendations regarding level of effort and whether it will be more feasible to construct improvements during Phase 3 (Group 2A) or Phase 4 (Groups 1C and 2B). Review available soil, geologic, and groundwater information for each site, observe sites for current slope conditions, evaluate requirements for slope stabilization needed to accommodate construction and operation of emergency generators, and provide a summary with initial recommendations to the design team. Prepare a cover sheet and general construction notes for the project. Prepare a vicinity map that identifies the location of the LS and FM sites included in this phase. Prepare conceptual site and utility plans showing FM improvements and details. Lift stations scheduled for evaluation of existing on-site equipment for FM maintenance, as well as other potential improvements are as follows: • Liberty – add cleanout accesses (CA), pig ports (PP), and magnetic marker location tags (LT). • Wedgewood – add CA, PP, and magnetic marker LT. • Lake Washington Beach – add CA, PP, and magnetic marker LT. • Talbot Crest – add CA, PP, and magnetic marker LT. • Long – add CA, PP, and magnetic marker LT. • Westview – add CA, PP, and magnetic marker LT. • Kensington Crest – add CA, PP, and magnetic marker LT. Prepare conceptual structural plans showing structural improvements to wet wells, structural slabs and pads, buildings, enclosures, and other miscellaneous structural improvements. Lift stations scheduled for structural improvements are as follows: • Liberty – manhole (MH) for new flow meter on discharge line, engine generator (EG) pad , and wet well (WW) attachment for mounting/storing maintenance straw. AGENDA ITEM #7. d) City of Renton Lift Station and Force Main Rehabilitation – Group 1 Facilities Amendment No. 6 Preliminary (Group 2) and Final (Groups 1B and 2) Design for Exhibit A-6 Rehabilitation Improvements and Services During Bidding Scope of Work 9 8/31/2021 10:46:50 AM J:\DATA\REN\117-037\CONTRACT\AMEND NO. 6\AMEND NO. 6 - EXHIBIT A-6_SOW_LIFT STATION AND FM REHAB GROUP 1BC_2AB.DOCX • Wedgewood – EG pad/bollards and WW attachment for mounting/storing mai ntenance straw. • Lake Washington Beach – EG pad/bollards, Automatic Transfer Switch (ATS) pad/bollards, miscellaneous telemetry-related structural improvements, new security fence, and WW attachment for mounting/storing maintenance straw. • Talbot Crest – EG pad/bollards/access, and WW attachment for mounting/storing maintenance straw and addressing observed infiltration of water into dry well. • Long – MH for new flow meter on discharge line, EG pad/bollards/access, and WW attachment for mounting/storing maintenance straw. • Westview – MH for new flow meter on discharge line, EG pad/bollards/access, and WW attachment for mounting/storing maintenance straw. • Kensington Crest – EG pad/bollards/access, trenching and conduit routing from EG to LS facility, and WW attachment for mounting/storing maintenance straw. • Lake Washington No. 2 – improve telemetry enclosure building and door latch system, and design support system for new telemetry panel. • Lake Washington Flushing Station – design support system for new telemetry panel. Prepare conceptual plans needed for addressing WW coating conditions and recommended actions. Stations scheduled for addressing coating are anticipated to be: • Lake Washington Beach; and • Kensington Crest. Prepare conceptual mechanical/equipment plans showing pump, motor, valve, motor controls, and EG improvements. Coordinate with the Renton Regional Fire Authority and Fire Marshal regarding any required bollards needed for the EGs to comply with the Fire Code. The stations scheduled for mechanical/equipment improvements are as follows: • Liberty – add flow meter and install EG with noise abatement. • Wedgewood – install EG with noise abatement. • Lake Washington Beach – install EG with noise abatement. • Talbot Crest – add flow meter and install EG with noise abatement. • Long – add flow meter and install EG with noise abatement. • Westview – add flow meter and install EG with noise abatement. • Kensington Crest – install EG with noise abatement. AGENDA ITEM #7. d) City of Renton Lift Station and Force Main Rehabilitation – Group 1 Facilities Amendment No. 6 Preliminary (Group 2) and Final (Groups 1B and 2) Design for Exhibit A-6 Rehabilitation Improvements and Services During Bidding Scope of Work 10 8/31/2021 10:46:50 AM J:\DATA\REN\117-037\CONTRACT\AMEND NO. 6\AMEND NO. 6 - EXHIBIT A-6_SOW_LIFT STATION AND FM REHAB GROUP 1BC_2AB.DOCX Prepare conceptual electrical/control plans to show electrical/control improvements, including electrical distribution modifications for installing EGs and telemetry improvements. The stations scheduled for EG installations are identified in subtask 24.7. The stations scheduled for telemetry improvements are anticipated to be: • Liberty; • Wedgewood; • Lake Washington Beach; • Talbot Crest; • Long; • Westview; • Kensington Crest; • Lake Washington No. 2; and • Lake Washington Flushing Station. Prepare conceptual mechanical plans showing piping additions and reconfigurations to provide temporary wet well bypass systems for the following stations. • Liberty; • Wedgewood; • Lake Washington Beach; • Talbot Crest; • Long; and • Kensington Crest. Prepare a set of conceptual 30-percent design plans (11-inch by 17-inch) in electronic PDF for City review. The conceptual plan set will be delivered to the City by email or on RH2’s file sharing website. Determine permits required for each LS site. Coordinate with City Planning Department staff regarding local permitting requirements as pertaining to the proposed improvements. Prepare an anticipated permit list for each project site to be incorporated into the technical memorandum prepared in subtask 24.13 and provide input on schedule and cost impacts associated with permitting. As of this Amendment, no permitting requirements are expected. Prepare a preliminary construction cost estimate of each individual LS for the City’s review. Prepare a technical memorandum summarizing the improvements scheduled for each LS and FM and submit to the City for review. AGENDA ITEM #7. d) City of Renton Lift Station and Force Main Rehabilitation – Group 1 Facilities Amendment No. 6 Preliminary (Group 2) and Final (Groups 1B and 2) Design for Exhibit A-6 Rehabilitation Improvements and Services During Bidding Scope of Work 11 8/31/2021 10:46:50 AM J:\DATA\REN\117-037\CONTRACT\AMEND NO. 6\AMEND NO. 6 - EXHIBIT A-6_SOW_LIFT STATION AND FM REHAB GROUP 1BC_2AB.DOCX Assumptions: • It is assumed that some lift station and force main details will apply to multiple locations. RH2 Deliverables: • One (1) electronic PDF detailing initial findings and preliminary approach for each Group 2 LS. • One (1) electronic PDF of the 30-percent conceptual plan set for City review. • One (1) electronic PDF of the preliminary construction cost estimate. • One (1) electronic PDF of the technical memorandum. Task 25 – Facility Rehabilitation Continuity Review (Groups 1B and 1C) Objective: Evaluate current Groups 1B and 1C plans and compare them with the current conditions of the lift stations. Approach: Evaluate the progress of property acquisition at the Cottonwood LS and FM and estimate the time remaining to complete real estate actions. Provide a flow chart and schedule for next steps and a timeline once property and easement negotiations are finalized. Re-evaluate the proposed project design at the East Valley and Baxter LS facilities, as well as proposed solutions for slope stabilization at Devil’s Elbow. Confirm that the approach previously developed remains applicable. Update the Groups 1B and 1C preliminary construction cost estimates for the City’s review to reflect current labor and material prices, as well as any revisions in approach to the four (4) Groups 1B and 1C projects. Assumptions: • It is assumed that the initial scope of improvements for Groups 1B and 1C have not changed. This Task is meant to ensure a smooth design process as Groups 1B and 1C progress to final design. RH2 Deliverables: • One (1) electronic PDF of the updated flow chart and schedule for the Cottonwood LS. • One (1) electronic PDF of the updated preliminary construction cost estimates for the four (4) Groups 1B and 1C LS sites. Task 26 – Bidding and Construction Sequencing Plan (Groups 1B and 2) Objective: Task 24 developed the conceptual 30-percent design plan sets for the nine (9) Group 2 project sites (Liberty, Wedgewood, Lake Washington Beach, Talbot Crest, Long, Westview, Kensington Crest, Lake Washington No. 2, and Lake Washington Flushing Station). It is already AGENDA ITEM #7. d) City of Renton Lift Station and Force Main Rehabilitation – Group 1 Facilities Amendment No. 6 Preliminary (Group 2) and Final (Groups 1B and 2) Design for Exhibit A-6 Rehabilitation Improvements and Services During Bidding Scope of Work 12 8/31/2021 10:46:50 AM J:\DATA\REN\117-037\CONTRACT\AMEND NO. 6\AMEND NO. 6 - EXHIBIT A-6_SOW_LIFT STATION AND FM REHAB GROUP 1BC_2AB.DOCX assumed that Kensington Crest LS will be deferred to Phase 4 (Group 2B) along with the Cottonwood LS (Group 1C). This Task will determine whether any of the remaining eight (8) Group 2 projects, now classified as Group 2A facilities, should be combined with Kensington Crest and deferred to Phase 4. Otherwise, they will be part of Phase 3 (Group 2A) to be designed and advertised for bid sometime during 2022. Refer to Table 1 in the Background for anticipated project phasing. Property acquisition for the Cottonwood LS and FM project likely will require a later completion of final design for that facility, postponing this work into a separate Group 1C set of projects, as described in the Background portion of this Scope of Work. Due to the expected property and easement acquisition for the Kensington Crest site and the unknown schedule that will be incurred, it is anticipated this facility will be included in Group 2B and scheduled to be bid later in a separate Phase 4 set of projects that can be completed concurrently with Group 1C. Upon finalization of this site and group organization, the remainder of th e design work will progress in the following phases. Phase 3 includes tasks associated with advancing the Group 2A facilities from their current design level to bid-ready design, as well as providing SDB. Phase 4 includes tasks associated with advancing the Groups 1C and 2B facilities from their current design level to bid-ready design, as well as providing SDB. Approach: Discuss with City staff which Group 2 projects can advance to preliminary and final design (Group 2A) and which can be addressed later (Group 2B) with Group 1C facilities. Assumptions: • Geotechnical investigations are anticipated for the Group 2 lift station and force main improvements, but this assumption will be validated during Phase 3 or 4 design work. Provided by City: • Attendance at one (1) meeting to discuss project phasing. RH2 Deliverables: • Attendance at one (1) meeting to discuss project phasing. PHASE 3 – PRELIMINARY/FINAL DESIGN AND SDB FOR GROUP 2A At the start of Phase 3, the sites assigned to Group 2A (Liberty, Wedgewood, Lake Washington Beach, Talbot Crest, Long, Westview, Lake Washington No. 2, and Lake Washington Flushing Station) will be at 30-percent design and ready for updating to the 60-percent design milestone. The tasks that follow outline the expected effort to advance these LS facilities from 30-percent completion to bid-ready AGENDA ITEM #7. d) City of Renton Lift Station and Force Main Rehabilitation – Group 1 Facilities Amendment No. 6 Preliminary (Group 2) and Final (Groups 1B and 2) Design for Exhibit A-6 Rehabilitation Improvements and Services During Bidding Scope of Work 13 8/31/2021 10:46:50 AM J:\DATA\REN\117-037\CONTRACT\AMEND NO. 6\AMEND NO. 6 - EXHIBIT A-6_SOW_LIFT STATION AND FM REHAB GROUP 1BC_2AB.DOCX design. The proposed final design and advertisement for bids for Group 2A sites is scheduled to be completed sometime during 2022. Task 27 – Geologic Exploration and Surveying (Groups 2A and 2B) Objective: Perform engineering geology site investigations and reporting as needed for final design of the Group 2 facilities that warrant this effort, as well as property boundary surveying. Approach: Perform a limited geological investigation to observe, characterize, and document earth and groundwater conditions of the sites. Identify potential geologic hazards and alternatives to mitigate the identified geologic risks and evaluate potential constructability issues for the EG foundations and associated retaining walls. RH2 will coordinate with City staff to perform test pits for geologic investigation as warranted. Prepare an engineering geologic report for the two (2) sites that follow, which will include a summary of geological and groundwater conditions and provide recommendations to design and mitigate construction geologic hazards, the EG foundation, and associated retaining wall. The engineering geology report will include a figure showing exploration locations, photographs, and logs from each test pit performed. • Talbot Crest • Long Describe survey work to be completed, including the survey limits and requirements. Coordinate with a surveyor as a subconsultant to RH2 to perform topographic survey for the LS facilities that follow. Schedule the survey work in coordination with other activities and review the survey once complete for each site surveyed. • Talbot Crest – to be determined during predesign • Long • Kensington Crest – include property boundary survey data • Westview – optional based on predesign data and conceptual approach Assumptions: • Both Long and Talbot Crest are anticipated to require up to two (2) test pits for geologic investigation. City crew to perform excavations for the test pits. • It is assumed that surveying will be performed by a professional land surveyor (PLS) retained by RH2 to provide horizontal and vertical survey control and topographical information, including surface features, underground utilities, roadway and utility alignments, rights-of-way, and property lines. AGENDA ITEM #7. d) City of Renton Lift Station and Force Main Rehabilitation – Group 1 Facilities Amendment No. 6 Preliminary (Group 2) and Final (Groups 1B and 2) Design for Exhibit A-6 Rehabilitation Improvements and Services During Bidding Scope of Work 14 8/31/2021 10:46:50 AM J:\DATA\REN\117-037\CONTRACT\AMEND NO. 6\AMEND NO. 6 - EXHIBIT A-6_SOW_LIFT STATION AND FM REHAB GROUP 1BC_2AB.DOCX Provided by City: • Direction regarding whether survey is desired for the Westview LS or any other project site. • Available geotechnical, environmental, and construction reports related to the LS and FM facility sites of concern to this Task. RH2 Deliverables: • One (1) electronic PDF of the engineering geology report. • Topographic land survey of the existing LS facilities as needed for the proposed improvements. Task 28 – Final Design Plans for Lift Station Rehabilitation (Group 2A) Objective: Prepare bid-ready design plans for Group 2A rehabilitation improvements based on the 30-percent conceptual design approach completed during Task 24. Approach: Advance design plans to 60 percent and develop a 60-percent preliminary construction cost estimate for this project. Submit the 60-percent design plans and construction cost estimate to the City for review. Attend one (1) review meeting with the City. Advance design plans from 60 percent to 90 percent, including incorporating review comments from the City into the design plans and additional details for 90 -percent design plans. Update the construction cost estimate based on the 90-percent design plans. Submit the 90-percent design plans and construction cost estimate to the City for review. Attend one (1) review meeting with the City. Conduct an in-house quality assurance and quality control (QA/QC) review of the 90-percent design plans. Based on review comments, prepare near bid-ready plans and details (advance from 90-percent complete to near bid-ready). Update construction cost estimate based on the near bid-ready design. Submit the near bid-ready design plans to the Renton Regional Fire Authority, as necessary for review and approval. Submit the near bid-ready design plans and cost estimate to the City for review. Address and incorporate review comments from the Fire Marshal and City and prepare bid-ready documents. Provided by the City: • Attendance at 60- and 90-percent review meetings. • Review comments for the 60- and 90-percent, and near bid-ready design plans sets. AGENDA ITEM #7. d) City of Renton Lift Station and Force Main Rehabilitation – Group 1 Facilities Amendment No. 6 Preliminary (Group 2) and Final (Groups 1B and 2) Design for Exhibit A-6 Rehabilitation Improvements and Services During Bidding Scope of Work 15 8/31/2021 10:46:50 AM J:\DATA\REN\117-037\CONTRACT\AMEND NO. 6\AMEND NO. 6 - EXHIBIT A-6_SOW_LIFT STATION AND FM REHAB GROUP 1BC_2AB.DOCX RH2 Deliverables: • Attendance at 60- and 90-percent review meetings. • One (1) electronic PDF of 60-percent review plans and construction cost estimate. • One (1) electronic PDF of 90-percent review plans and construction cost estimate. • Two (2) half-size (11-inch by 17-inch) copies of 90-percent review plans. • One (1) electronic PDF of near bid-ready design plans for Fire Marshal and City review. • One (1) electronic PDF of bid-ready plans and construction cost estimate. Task 29 – Specifications for Lift Station Rehabilitation (Group 2A) Objective: Prepare the general and technical specifications for the proposed Group 2A rehabilitation improvements based on the 30-percent conceptual design approach completed during Task 24. Approach: Prepare technical specifications based on RH2’s technical specifications that are tailored for this project. Submit 60-percent technical specifications to the City with the 60-percent design plans for review and comment. Coordinate with the City to update the City’s standard specifications and general conditions as warranted for this project. Incorporate City comments on the 60 -percent technical specifications and advance to 90-percent complete. Submit 90-percent specifications to the City with the 90-percent design plans for review and comment. Conduct an in-house QA/QC review of the 90-percent standard specifications and general conditions as warranted for this project. Based on review comments, prepare near bid-ready specifications (advance from 90-percent complete to near bid-ready). Provided by the City: • City’s standard specifications and general conditions. • Review and comment on technical and general specifications at 60- and 90-percent, and near bid-ready milestones. RH2 Deliverables: • One (1) electronic PDF of 60-percent technical specifications. • One (1) electronic PDF of 90-percent technical and general specifications. • One (1) electronic PDF of near bid-ready technical and general specifications. • One (1) electronic PDF of bid-ready technical and general specifications. AGENDA ITEM #7. d) City of Renton Lift Station and Force Main Rehabilitation – Group 1 Facilities Amendment No. 6 Preliminary (Group 2) and Final (Groups 1B and 2) Design for Exhibit A-6 Rehabilitation Improvements and Services During Bidding Scope of Work 16 8/31/2021 10:46:50 AM J:\DATA\REN\117-037\CONTRACT\AMEND NO. 6\AMEND NO. 6 - EXHIBIT A-6_SOW_LIFT STATION AND FM REHAB GROUP 1BC_2AB.DOCX Task 30 – Services During Bidding and Award (Group 2A) Objective: Provide engineering services during the bidding phase of the project for Group 2A. Approach: 30.1 Prepare bid advertisement and coordinate the timing and placement with the City. The City will submit the advertisement to the appropriate publications. 30.2 Produce PDF and hard copy sets as listed in the deliverables of the plans and specifications for RH2 and City use. The City will produce additional hard copies of the bid documents as needed for bidding the project. 30.3 Respond to questions from bidders. Revise the plans, technical specifications, or construction contract conditions during the bidding process, as warranted. If needed, prepare addenda. 30.4 Assist the City with the evaluation of the qualifications and references for the apparent low bidder. Prepare recommendation of bid award letter. It is assumed that the City will perform the bid award and construction contract execution tasks and that RH2 will not be involved with the bid opening activities. 30.5 Prepare construction plan sets, specifications, and construction contract documents for the pre-construction meeting. Produce hard copies listed in the deliverables, along with a PDF version of the documents. Provided by the City: • Management of and payment for the Builders Exchange of Washington online bidding process. • Distribution of bid documents and maintenance of the plan holder’s list. • Issuance of addenda, if any, to all plan holders. • Bid opening attendance and tabulation of bids received. • Bid award and construction contract execution. RH2 Deliverables: • Bid-ready plan and specifications sets. One (1) electronic PDF and four (4) 11-inch by 17-inch hard copies: one (1) set for City use and bidding purposes; and three (3) sets for RH2’s file and staff use during bidding. • Phone assistance to vendors and bidders during the bidding phase. • Addenda in electronic PDF, if needed. Up to two (2) are assumed. • Reference check of lowest bidder. • One (1) electronic PDF of recommendation of bid award letter. AGENDA ITEM #7. d) City of Renton Lift Station and Force Main Rehabilitation – Group 1 Facilities Amendment No. 6 Preliminary (Group 2) and Final (Groups 1B and 2) Design for Exhibit A-6 Rehabilitation Improvements and Services During Bidding Scope of Work 17 8/31/2021 10:46:50 AM J:\DATA\REN\117-037\CONTRACT\AMEND NO. 6\AMEND NO. 6 - EXHIBIT A-6_SOW_LIFT STATION AND FM REHAB GROUP 1BC_2AB.DOCX • Construction plans sets and specifications. One (1) electronic PDF, four (4) full-size plan sets, and seven (7) half-size plan sets: two (2) full-size and four (4) half-size sets for contractor; two (2) full-size and two (2) half-size sets for City; and one (1) half-size set for RH2 file and staff use. PHASE 4 – PRELIMINARY/FINAL DESIGN AND SDB FOR GROUPS 1C AND 2B At the start of Phase 4, the project assigned to Group 2B (Kensington Crest assumed to be the only site as of this Scope of Work) will be at 30-percent design and ready for updating to the 60-percent design milestone. The tasks that follow outline the expected effort to advance this LS facility from 30-percent completion to bid-ready design, as well as SDB. The proposed effort for Group 2B will be performed in coordination with and simultaneously to Group 1C (Cottonwood) LS and FM final design and SDB efforts as described in prior amendments. Upon completion of the 60-percent design milestone for the Group 2B site, further development of plans and specifications, as well as SDB, will be performed in coordination with and simultaneously to the Group 1C LS and FM final design and SDB efforts as described in prior amendments. Task 31 – Final Design Plans for Lift Station Rehabilitation (Group 2B) Objective: Prepare bid-ready design plans for Group 2B rehabilitation improvements based on the 30-percent conceptual design approach completed during Task 24. Approach: Advance design plans to 60 percent and develop a 60-percent preliminary construction cost estimate for this project. Submit the 60-percent design plans and construction cost estimate to the City for review. Attend one (1) review meeting with the City. Advance design plans from 60 percent to 90 percent, including incorporating review comments from the City into the design plans and additional details for 90 -percent design plans. Update the construction cost estimate based on the 90-percent design plans. Submit the 90-percent design plans and construction cost estimate to the City for review. Attend one (1) review meeting with the City. Conduct an in-house QA/QC review of the 90-percent design plans. Based on review comments, prepare near bid-ready plans and details (advance from 90-percent complete to near bid ready). Update construction cost estimate based on the near bid-ready design plans. Submit the near bid-ready design plans to the Renton Regional Fire Authority as necessary for review and approval. Submit the near bid-ready design plans and cost estimate to the City for review. Address and incorporate review comments from the Fire Marshal and City and prepare bid ready documents. AGENDA ITEM #7. d) City of Renton Lift Station and Force Main Rehabilitation – Group 1 Facilities Amendment No. 6 Preliminary (Group 2) and Final (Groups 1B and 2) Design for Exhibit A-6 Rehabilitation Improvements and Services During Bidding Scope of Work 18 8/31/2021 10:46:50 AM J:\DATA\REN\117-037\CONTRACT\AMEND NO. 6\AMEND NO. 6 - EXHIBIT A-6_SOW_LIFT STATION AND FM REHAB GROUP 1BC_2AB.DOCX Provided by the City: • Attendance at 60- and 90-percent review meetings. • Review comments for the 60- and 90-percent, and near bid-ready design plans sets. RH2 Deliverables: • Attendance at 60- and 90-percent review meetings. • One (1) electronic PDF of 60-percent review plans and construction cost estimate • One (1) electronic PDF of 90-percent review plans and construction cost estimate. • Two (2) half-size (11-inch by 17-inch) copies of 90-percent review plans. • One (1) electronic PDF of near bid-ready plans for Fire Marshal and City review. • One (1) electronic PDF of bid-ready plans and construction cost estimate. Task 32 – Specifications for Lift Station Rehabilitation (Group 2B) Objective: Prepare the general and technical specifications for the proposed Group 2B rehabilitation improvements based on the 30-percent conceptual design approach completed during Task 24. Approach: Prepare technical specifications based on RH2’s technical specifications that are tailored for this project. Submit to the City with the 60-percent design plans for review and comment. Coordinate with the City to update the City’s standard specifications and general conditions as warranted for this project. Incorporate City com ments on the 60-percent technical specifications and advance to 90-percent complete. Submit to the City with the 90-percent design plans for review and comment. Conduct an in-house QA/QC review of the 90-percent standard specifications and general conditions as warranted for this project. Based on review comments, prepare near bid-ready specifications (advance from 90-percent complete to near bid-ready). Provided by the City: • City’s standard specifications and general conditions. Review and comment on technical and general specifications at 60- and 90-percent, and near bid-ready milestones. RH2 Deliverables: • One (1) electronic PDF of 60-percent technical specifications. • One (1) electronic PDF of 90-percent technical and general specifications. AGENDA ITEM #7. d) City of Renton Lift Station and Force Main Rehabilitation – Group 1 Facilities Amendment No. 6 Preliminary (Group 2) and Final (Groups 1B and 2) Design for Exhibit A-6 Rehabilitation Improvements and Services During Bidding Scope of Work 19 8/31/2021 10:46:50 AM J:\DATA\REN\117-037\CONTRACT\AMEND NO. 6\AMEND NO. 6 - EXHIBIT A-6_SOW_LIFT STATION AND FM REHAB GROUP 1BC_2AB.DOCX • One (1) electronic PDF of near bid-ready technical and general specifications. • One (1) electronic PDF of bid-ready technical and general specifications. Task 33 – Services During Bidding and Award (Groups 1C and 2B) Objective: Provide engineering services during the bidding phase of the project for Groups 1C (Cottonwood) and 2B (Kensington Crest assumed to be the only site as of this Scope of Work). Approach: 30.6 Prepare bid advertisement and coordinate the timing and placement with the City. The City will submit the advertisement to the appropriate publications. 30.7 Produce PDF and hard copy sets as listed in the deliverables of the plans and specifications for RH2 and City use. The City will produce additional hard copies of the bid documents as needed for bidding the project. 30.8 Respond to questions from bidders. Revise the plans, technical specifications, or construction contract conditions during the bidding process, as warranted. If needed, prepare addenda. 30.9 Assist the City with the evaluation of the qualifications and references for the apparent low bidder. Prepare recommendation of bid award letter. It is assumed that the City will perform the bid award and construction contract execution tasks and that RH2 will not be involved with the bid opening activities. 30.10 Prepare construction plan sets, specifications, and construction contract documents for the pre-construction meeting. Produce hard copies listed in the deliverables, along with a PDF version of the documents. Provided by the City: • Management of and payment for the Builders Exchange of Washington online bidding process. • Distribution of bid documents and maintenance of the plan holder’s list. • Issuance of addenda, if any, to all plan holders. • Bid opening attendance and tabulation of received bids. • Bid award and construction contract execution. RH2 Deliverables: • Bid-ready plan and specifications sets. One (1) electronic PDF and four (4) 11-inch by 17-inch hard copies: one (1) set for City use and bidding purposes; and three (3) sets for RH2’s file and staff use during bidding. • Phone assistance to vendors and bidders during the bidding phase. AGENDA ITEM #7. d) City of Renton Lift Station and Force Main Rehabilitation – Group 1 Facilities Amendment No. 6 Preliminary (Group 2) and Final (Groups 1B and 2) Design for Exhibit A-6 Rehabilitation Improvements and Services During Bidding Scope of Work 20 8/31/2021 10:46:50 AM J:\DATA\REN\117-037\CONTRACT\AMEND NO. 6\AMEND NO. 6 - EXHIBIT A-6_SOW_LIFT STATION AND FM REHAB GROUP 1BC_2AB.DOCX • Addenda in electronic PDF, if needed. Up to two (2) are assumed. • Reference check of lowest bidder. • One (1) electronic PDF of recommendation of bid award letter. • Construction plans sets and specifications. One (1) electronic PDF of plans and specifications, four (4) full-size plan sets, seven (7) half-size plan sets, and five (5) bound sets of specifications: two (2) full-size sets, four (4) half-size sets, and two (2) specifications sets for contractor; two (2) full-size, two (2) half-size sets, and two (2) specifications sets for City; and one (1) half-size set and one (1) specifications set for RH2 file and staff use. AGENDA ITEM #7. d) EXHIBIT B-6 SCHEDULE All remaining work shall be completed by no later than December 31, 2022 AGENDA ITEM #7. d) Overhead % Fee % Negotiated Rate Per Hour RATE LIST 185.45%12%RATE Professional I 47.23 87.59 16.18 $151.00 Professional II 51.92 96.29 17.79 $166.00 Professional III 56.93 105.57 19.50 $182.00 Professional IV 61.31 113.69 21.00 $196.00 Professional V 66.00 122.39 22.61 $211.00 Professional VI 70.06 129.94 24.00 $224.00 Professional VII 75.07 139.22 25.71 $240.00 Professional VIII 78.20 145.02 26.79 $250.00 Professional IX 78.20 145.02 26.79 $250.00 Control Specialist I 42.85 79.47 14.68 $137.00 Control Specialist II 46.61 86.43 15.96 $149.00 Control Specialist III 51.30 95.13 17.57 $164.00 Control Specialist IV 55.68 103.25 19.07 $178.00 Control Specialist V 59.12 109.63 20.25 $189.00 Control Specialist VI 63.50 117.75 21.75 $203.00 Control Specialist VII 68.19 126.45 23.36 $218.00 Control Specialist VIII 71.00 131.68 24.32 $227.00 Technician I 35.97 66.71 12.32 $115.00 Technician II 39.10 72.51 13.39 $125.00 Technician III 44.42 82.37 15.21 $142.00 Technician IV 47.86 88.75 16.39 $153.00 Technician V 52.24 96.87 17.89 $167.00 Technician VI 57.24 106.15 19.61 $183.00 Technician VII 61.93 114.85 21.21 $198.00 Technician VIII 65.37 121.23 22.39 $209.00 Administrative I 23.46 43.51 8.04 $75.00 Administrative II 27.53 51.05 9.43 $88.00 Administrative III 33.16 61.49 11.36 $106.00 Administrative IV 39.10 72.51 13.39 $125.00 Administrative V 44.73 82.95 15.32 $143.00 CAD/GIS System $27.50 CAD Plots - Half Size $2.50 CAD Plots - Full Size $10.00 CAD Plots - Large $25.00 Copies (bw) 8.5" X 11"$0.09 Copies (bw) 8.5" X 14"$0.14 Copies (bw) 11" X 17"$0.20 Copies (color) 8.5" X 11"$0.90 Copies (color) 8.5" X 14"$1.20 Copies (color) 11" X 17"$2.00 Mileage $0.56 Subconsultants 15% Outside Services At Cost EXHIBIT C-6 Consultant Fee Determination- Summary Sheet (Negotiated Hourly Rates of Pay) 2021 Fee Schedule SubConsultant: RH2 Engineering, Inc. Negotiated Cost Rate Rates listed are adjusted annually. AGENDA ITEM #7. d) EXHIBIT C2-6 Fee Estimate City of Renton Amendment No. 6 to CAG-17-050 City of Renton Lift Station and Force Main Rehabilitation - Group 1 Facilities Preliminary (Group 2) and Final (Group 1B and Group 2) Design for Rehabilitation Improvements and Services During Bidding Aug-21 Description Total Hours Total Labor Total Subconsultant Total Expense Total Cost Classification PREDESIGN AND CONCEPTUAL PLANNING Task 21 Project Management 106 22,442$ -$ -$ 22,442$ 21.1 Prepare, monitor, and update project schedule 30 7,200$ -$ -$ 7,200$ 21.2 Provide monthly invoices and progress reports 58 12,256$ -$ -$ 12,256$ 21.3 Maintain project files and records 18 2,986$ -$ -$ 2,986$ Task 22 Desktop Review of Lift Stations and Force Mains (Group 2)46 8,634$ -$ 577$ 9,211$ 22.1 Download and review Group 2 as-constructed records 32 5,742$ -$ 447$ 6,189$ 22.2 Identify measurements and other information to obtain 14 2,892$ -$ 129$ 3,021$ Task 23 Visit Lift Stations (Groups 1B and 2)103 20,092$ -$ 491$ 20,583$ 23.1 Visit and photograph each site; prepare site visit notes 58 11,104$ -$ 84$ 11,188$ 23.2 Document dimensions as needed for recommended improvements 17 3,452$ -$ -$ 3,452$ 23.3 Evaluate coating conditions for Groups 1B and 2 lift stations 8 1,716$ -$ -$ 1,716$ 23.4 Confirm the scope of improvements with City staff 14 2,554$ -$ -$ 2,554$ 23.5 Attend one meeting with City to discuss planned improvements 6 1,266$ -$ 407$ 1,673$ Task 24 Predesign Project Analysis (Group 2)416 75,176$ -$ 2,283$ 77,459$ 24.1 Evaluate geology/topography and prepare initial recommendations 6 1,324$ -$ 28$ 1,352$ 24.2 Prepare cover sheet and general construction notes 12 2,088$ -$ 220$ 2,308$ 24.3 Prepare vicinity map to identify LS and FM sites 8 1,424$ -$ 110$ 1,534$ 24.4 Prepare conceptual site and utility plans 32 6,160$ -$ 385$ 6,545$ 24.5 Prepare conceptual structural plans 16 2,810$ -$ 83$ 2,893$ 24.6 Prepare conceptual plans for addressing WW coating conditions 6 1,176$ -$ 83$ 1,259$ 24.7 Prepare conceptual mechanical and equipment plans 16 3,080$ -$ 193$ 3,273$ 24.8 Prepare conceptual electrical/controls plans 148 26,064$ -$ 55$ 26,119$ 24.9 Prepare conceptual mechanical plans showing piping additions 24 4,472$ -$ 330$ 4,802$ 24.10 Prepare conceptual 30-percent design plans for City review 36 6,528$ -$ 585$ 7,113$ 24.11 Determine permits required for each LS site 8 1,540$ -$ -$ 1,540$ 24.12 Prepare preliminary construction cost estimate 30 5,430$ -$ 140$ 5,570$ 24.13 Prepare technical memorandum summarizing improvements 74 13,080$ -$ 73$ 13,153$ Task 25 Facility Rehabilitation Continuity Review (Groups 1B and 1C)71 14,208$ -$ 488$ 14,696$ 25.1 Evaluate progress of property acquisition at Cottonwood LS 11 2,270$ -$ 83$ 2,353$ 25.2 Re-evaluate proposed project design for Group 1B facilities 32 6,332$ -$ 265$ 6,597$ 25.3 Incorporate Devil's Elbow bridge improvement into existing plans 8 1,804$ -$ 30$ 1,834$ 25.4 Update Groups 1B and 1C preliminary construction cost estimates 20 3,802$ -$ 111$ 3,913$ Task 26 Bidding and Construction Sequencing Plan (Groups 1B and 2)8 1,658$ -$ 56$ 1,714$ 26.1 Discuss Group 2 project prioritization with City staff 8 1,658$ -$ 56$ 1,714$ PHASE 3 - PRELIMINARY/FINAL DESIGN AND SDB FOR GROUP 2A Task 27 Geologic Exploration and Surveying (Groups 2A and 2B)38 6,728$ 12,420$ 462$ 19,610$ 27.1 Perform limited geotechnical investigations 4 696$ -$ 28$ 724$ 27.2 Complete engineering geology reports 12 2,040$ -$ 104$ 2,144$ 27.3 Describe survey work to be completed and coordinate survey 22 3,992$ 12,420$ 330$ 16,742$ Task 28 Final Design Plans for Lift Station Rehabilitation (Group 2A)1016 179,174$ -$ 6,338$ 185,512$ 28.1 Advance design plans to 60 percent and develop cost estimate 474 81,864$ -$ 2,393$ 84,257$ 28.2 Advance design plans to 90-percent and develop cost estimate 312 53,680$ -$ 1,348$ 55,028$ 28.3 Conduct in-house QA/QC and prepare near bid-ready plans 90 18,390$ -$ 957$ 19,347$ 28.4 Submit near bid-ready plans to Renton Regional Fire Authority and City 6 946$ -$ 299$ 1,245$ 28.5 Address comments and prepare bid-ready documents 134 24,294$ -$ 1,342$ 25,636$ Task 29 Specifications for Lift Station Rehabilitation (Group 2A)212 38,292$ -$ 665$ 38,957$ 29.1 Prepare 60-percent technical specifications and submit to City 90 16,264$ -$ 210$ 16,474$ 29.2 Prepare 90-percent technical and general condition specifications 56 9,786$ -$ 183$ 9,969$ 29.3 Conduct in-house QA/QC and prepare near bid-ready specifications 42 8,050$ -$ 150$ 8,200$ 29.4 Address comments and prepare bid-ready specifications 24 4,192$ -$ 123$ 4,315$ Task 30 Services During Bidding and Award (Group 2A)54 9,240$ -$ 2,903$ 12,143$ 30.1 Prepare bid advertisement and coordinate timing and placement 4 614$ -$ 28$ 642$ 30.2 Produce PDF and hard copy sets as of plans and specifications 4 582$ -$ 708$ 1,290$ 30.3 Respond to bidder questions and prepare addenda, if needed 26 4,758$ -$ 160$ 4,918$ 30.4 Assist City to evaluate low bidder; prepare letter recommending award 6 1,094$ -$ 56$ 1,150$ 30.5 Prepare construction plans and specifications, including hard copies 14 2,192$ -$ 1,953$ 4,145$ PHASE 4 - PRELIMINARY/FINAL DESIGN AND SDB FOR GROUPS 1C AND 2B Task 31 Final Design Plans for Lift Station Rehabilitation (Group 2B)408 74,700$ -$ 4,167$ 78,867$ 31.1 Advance design plans to 60 percent and develop cost estimate 170 30,376$ -$ 1,788$ 32,164$ 31.2 Advance design plans to 90-percent and develop cost estimate 92 16,852$ -$ 906$ 17,758$ 31.3 Conduct in-house QA/QC and prepare near bid-ready plans 66 12,852$ -$ 567$ 13,419$ 31.4 Submit near bid-ready plans to Renton Regional Fire Authority and City 6 946$ -$ 191$ 1,137$ 31.5 Address comments and prepare bid-ready documents 74 13,674$ -$ 715$ 14,389$ Task 32 Specifications for Lift Station Rehabilitation (Group 2B)152 26,598$ -$ 575$ 27,173$ 32.1 Prepare 60-percent technical specifications and submit to City 68 11,928$ -$ 192$ 12,120$ 32.2 Prepare 90-percent technical and general condition specifications 40 6,712$ -$ 165$ 6,877$ 32.2 Conduct in-house QA/QC and prepare near bid-ready specifications 26 4,740$ -$ 123$ 4,863$ 32.3 Address comments and prepare bid-ready specifications 18 3,218$ -$ 96$ 3,314$ Task 33 Services During Bidding and Award (Groups 1C and 2B)64 10,934$ -$ 1,527$ 12,461$ 33.1 Prepare bid advertisement and coordinate timing and placement 4 614$ -$ 28$ 642$ 33.2 Produce PDF and hard copy sets as of plans and specifications 6 946$ -$ 330$ 1,276$ 33.3 Respond to bidder questions and prepare addenda, if needed 30 5,302$ -$ 259$ 5,561$ 33.4 Assist City to evaluate low bidder; prepare letter recommending award 8 1,516$ -$ 56$ 1,572$ 33.5 Prepare construction plans and specifications, including hard copies 16 2,556$ -$ 855$ 3,411$ Subtotal Amendment No. 6 to CAG-17-050 Tasks 2694 487,876$ 12,420$ 20,530$ 520,826$ PROJECT TOTAL 2694 487,876$ 12,420$ 20,530$ 520,826$ J:\Data\REN\117-037\Contract\Amend No. 6\Amend No. 6 FEE Lift Station and FM Rehab Group 1BC_2AB 8/31/2021 9:32 AM AGENDA ITEM #7. d) 1  CITY OF RENTON, WASHINGTON    RESOLUTION NO. ________    A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF RENTON, WASHINGTON, AUTHORIZING  TEMPORARY FULL ROAD CLOSURE OF SUNSET LANE NE (AKA JEFFERSON AVE  NE) BETWEEN NE 10TH ST AND HARRINGTON PL NE FOR THE CONSRUCTION  OF THE SOLERA MASTER SITE PLAN PROJECT (FORMER HI‐LANDS SHOPPING  CENTER) FOR A PERIOD NOT TO EXCEED 2 (TWO) CALENDAR YEARS      WHEREAS, Solera Manager, LLC and Housing Authority of City of Renton plan to construct  improvements for the Solera Master Site Plan Project; and  WHEREAS, the City has granted Preliminary Master Site Plan and Preliminary Plat  Approval (LUA18‐000490) with a Modification occurring in 2021 (LUA20‐000305: Site Plan Review  for Blocks A and B of the Master Plan, Street Modification, and Concurrence with the Sunset Area  Planned Action EIS) with Solera Manager, LLC and Housing Authority of City of Renton, for the  construction of the Solera Master Site Plan and upgrades of Sunset Lane NE to current City  standards; and  WHEREAS, Solera Manager, LLC and Housing Authority of City of Renton have scheduled  their work for October 4, 2021 to October 4, 2023; and  WHEREAS, Solera Manager, LLC and Housing Authority of City of Renton has determined  that the construction activity as it relates to the installation of the proposed development and  upgrades to Sunset Lane NE will require temporary full street closure of Sunset Lane NE for an  approximate 850‐foot long portion of the street immediately between NE 10th St and Harrington  Pl NE, not to exceed two (2) calendar years; and  WHEREAS, pursuant to Renton Municipal Code section 9‐9‐3, such a road closure requires  City Council authorization by means of a resolution;  AGENDA ITEM # 9. a) RESOLUTION NO. _______  2  NOW, THEREFORE, THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF RENTON, WASHINGTON, DO  RESOLVE AS FOLLOWS:  SECTION I. The City Council does hereby authorize the temporary full closure, not to  exceed two (2) calendar years, of the approximate 850‐foot long portion of Sunset Lane NE  immediately between NE 10th St and Harrington Pl NE.  The closure will occur within the period  between October 4, 2021 and October 4, 2023, for the purpose of constructing the  improvements.  SECTION II. Notice of the closure shall be posted and published as required by RMC 9‐ 9‐2 and 9‐9‐3.  PASSED BY THE CITY COUNCIL this _______ day of ___________________, 2021.                        Jason A. Seth, City Clerk      APPROVED BY THE MAYOR this _______ day of ____________________, 2021.                        Armondo Pavone, Mayor    Approved as to form:             Shane Moloney, City Attorney  Date of Publication:      RES:1885:8/30/21  AGENDA ITEM # 9. a)   1  CITY OF RENTON, WASHINGTON    ORDINANCE NO. ________    AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF RENTON, WASHINGTON, VACATING A  PORTION OF 11TH AVENUE N, SOUTH OF HARRINGTON PLACE NE AND  NORTH OF SUNSET LANE NE. (SOLERA STREET VACATION; VAC‐20‐002.)    WHEREAS, a proper petition for vacating a portion of right‐of‐way as hereinafter more  particularly described was filed with the City Clerk on November 12, 2020, and that petition  was signed by the owners representing more than two‐thirds (2/3) of the property abutting  upon the portion of street to be vacated; and  WHEREAS, the City Council, by Resolution No. 4428, passed on March 22, 2021, set  April 19, 2021, at 7:00 p.m., by means of the Zoom video conferencing web application as the  time and place for a public hearing on this matter; and the City Clerk gave proper notice of  this public hearing as provided by law, and all persons were heard who appeared to testify in  favor or in opposition on this matter, and the City Council considered all information and  arguments presented to it to determine whether the vacation is in the public interest, whether  the property is not required for overall circulation of traffic within the City, and that the  requested vacation is not detrimental to the public health, safety and general welfare; and  WHEREAS, the Administrator of the Community and Economic Development  Department has considered this petition for vacation, and has found it to be in the public  interest and for the public benefit, and that it is unlikely that injury or damage to any person  or properties will result from this vacation; and  AGENDA ITEM # 9. b) ORDINANCE NO. ________    2  WHEREAS, on September 20, 2021, the City Council determined that the vacation  should be granted and adopted the recommendation of the Community and Economic  Development Department to set compensation pursuant to Renton Municipal Code 9‐14‐5. B  at zero dollars ($0) for the right‐of‐way vacation in consideration of a mutually agreed right‐ of‐way dedication from the Petitioner;  NOW, THEREFORE, THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF RENTON, WASHINGTON, DO  ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS:  SECTION I. The following described portion of 11th Avenue N, to wit:  The northeasterly‐most portion of 11th Avenue N, south of Harrington Place  NE and north of Sunset Lane NE.  See Exhibit A, and depicted in Exhibit B, attached hereto and made a part  hereof as if fully set forth herein, is hereby vacated.  SECTION II. Upon recommendation of the Community and Economic Development  Department, and in consideration of the value of the mutually agreed right‐of way dedication,  compensation is hereby set at zero dollars ($0) for this right‐of‐way vacation.  SECTION III. This ordinance shall be in full force and effect five (5) days after  publication of a summary of this ordinance in the City’s official newspaper.  The summary shall  consist of this ordinance’s title.      A certified copy of this ordinance shall be filed with the King County Recorder’s Office,  and as otherwise provided by law.  AGENDA ITEM # 9. b) ORDINANCE NO. ________    3  PASSED BY THE CITY COUNCIL this _______ day of ___________________, 2021.                       Jason A. Seth, City Clerk    APPROVED BY THE MAYOR this _______ day of _____________________, 2021.                       Armondo Pavone, Mayor    Approved as to form:             Shane Moloney, City Attorney  Date of Publication:      ORD:2176:8/25/2021  AGENDA ITEM # 9. b) AGENDA ITEM # 9. b) AGENDA ITEM # 9. b)   1  CITY OF RENTON, WASHINGTON    ORDINANCE NO. ________    AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF RENTON, WASHINGTON, 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.     WHEREAS, the City of Renton is required as a result of Engrossed Second Substitute House  Bill 1220 adopted in the 2021 legislative session (ESSHB 1220) to update zoning requirements  related to Emergency Shelter, Emergency Housing, Transitional Housing, and Permanent  Supportive Housing; and  WHEREAS, in Ordinance Nos. 5996 and 6019, the City adopted interim zoning controls to  provide a path for permitting of homeless services with conditions based, in part, upon  documented safety, public health, and welfare considerations relevant to the siting of shelters  and housing covered by Engrossed Substitute House Bill 1220; and  WHEREAS, those safety, public health, and welfare considerations remain relevant; and  WHEREAS, pursuant to RCW 36.70A.106, on July 30, 2021, the City notified the State of  Washington of its intent to adopt amendments to its development regulations; and   WHEREAS, the Planning Commission held a public hearing on August 25, 2021 and on  September 1, 2021 voted to recommend to the City Council to make the previously adopted  interim zoning controls final with limited changes to comply with ESSHB 1220 and adopt  definitions and use classifications that better align with ESSHB 1220;   NOW, THEREFORE, THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF RENTON, WASHINGTON, DO  ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS:  AGENDA ITEM # 9. c) ORDINANCE NO. ________  2  SECTION I. The  above recitals as well as the recitals and findings of fact in Ordinance  Nos. 5996 and 6019 are adopted as findings of fact in support of this final zoning control  ordinance adopted herein pursuant to applicable laws and interpretive judicial decisions and are  found to be true and correct in all respects.  SECTION II. All portions of the Renton Municipal Code not shown in this ordinance with  strikethrough and underline edits or otherwise expressly repealed remain in effect and  unchanged, including but not limited to zoning controls previously adopted, amended and/or  extended as “interim” zoning controls by Ordinance No. 6019.  SECTION III. Subsection 4‐2‐060.G of the Renton Municipal Code is amended by  modifying one row and adding two rows as shown in Attachment A. All other provisions in 4‐2‐ 060 remain in effect and unchanged.  SECTION IV. Subsections 4‐2‐080.A.88 and 4‐2‐080.A.89 of the Renton Municipal Code  are amended as shown below. All other provisions in 4‐2‐080.A remain in effect and unchanged.  88.    Reserved. Transitional Housing, as defined under Chapter 84.36 RCW,  is subject to the density and dimensional standards of the corresponding zone or  to no more than one hundred (100) dwelling units, whichever is less. The cap of  one hundred (100) may be increased to one hundred fifteen (115) dwelling units  if there is a written agreement with the City to designate at least fifteen percent  (15%) of the dwelling units to those currently experiencing homelessness in the  City.  89. Reserved. Minimum net residential density and structured parking  requirements in RMC 4‐2‐120.B, and all requirements in RMC 4‐2‐080A.16 and  AGENDA ITEM # 9. c) ORDINANCE NO. ________  3  RMC 4‐4‐150 shall not apply to new transitional or  permanent supportive housing  that is converted from an existing building originally permitted as a hotel in which  the rooms contain both bathrooms and kitchens so that they may be converted  into a number of residential dwelling units that do not exceed the number of  previously approved hotel rooms.    SECTION V. Subsection 4‐4‐045.I.3 of the Renton Municipal Code, as adopted by  Ordinance No. 5996 and amended by Ordinance No. 6019, is amended as follows:    3. Occupancy Limits and Size‐Related Development Standards:  a. All homeless services uses shall comply with occupancy limitations  contained in applicable building and fire codes and ordinances adopted or  amended by the City.  b. In commercial and industrial zones where homeless services are  permitted, Overnight shelter such facilities shall not provide sleeping  accommodations for more than one hundred (100) occupants residents, or up to  one hundred and fifteen (115) residents if there is an written agreement with the  City to designate at least fifteen percent (15%) of the sleeping units to those  currently experiencing homelessness in the City.   c. Within the R‐1 Zone, homeless services uses shall not provide  sleeping accommodations for more than ten (10) occupants including staff. Within  the R‐10 and R‐14 Zones, homeless services uses shall not provide sleeping  accommodations for more than fourteen (14) occupants including staff.  AGENDA ITEM # 9. c) ORDINANCE NO. ________  4  c. Overnight shelter uses shall comply with the following additional  requirements:  id. Shelters Homeless services uses shall locate greater than one‐half  (0.5) mile from any other homeless services use, unless they do not serve more  than a combined one hundred fifteen (115) residents.  iie. Shelters Facilities with more than fifty (50) beds should shall locate  within one (1) mile of a public transit stop.  SECTION VI. The definition of “Homeless Services Use” in section 4‐11‐080 of the  Renton Municipal Code, as adopted by Ordinance No. 5996 and extended by Ordinance No. 6019,  is amended as shown below. All other definitions in 4‐11‐080 remain in effect and unchanged.  HOMELESS SERVICES USE:  A day sShelters or overnight shelter housing as defined  below:  1. Day Shelter: A facility that offers a haven to people experiencing homelessness  by providing a safe place to rest during the day or evening, but with no overnight  stays. Support services for homeless populations is an integral part of a day shelter  use and may includes but is not limited to access to food, seating, showers,  laundry, restrooms, storage, a computer lab, phones, fax, and a critical mailing  address. Spaces for meetings and examinations are generally provided to  accommodate counseling and access to medical/dental and legal assistance.  2. Emergency Shelter: Consistent with RCW 36.70A.030, a facility that provides a  temporary shelter for individuals or families who are currently homeless.  Emergency shelter may not require occupants to enter into a lease or an  AGENDA ITEM # 9. c) ORDINANCE NO. ________  5  occupancy agreement. Emergency shelter facilities may include day and warming  centers that do not provide overnight accommodations. Overnight Shelter: Any  facility that is operated for a long‐term and indefinite period (and not in response  to a single sudden event such as a natural disaster) for the primary purpose of  providing temporary shelter for people experiencing homelessness in general or  for specific populations of people experiencing homelessness. Supportive services  may or may not be provided in addition to the provision of shelter. A COVID‐19  deintensification shelter meeting this definition is a Homeless Services Use –  Overnight Shelter.  3. Emergency Housing: Consistent with RCW 36.70A.030, temporary indoor  accommodations for individuals or families who are homeless or at imminent risk  of becoming homeless that is intended to address the basic health, food, clothing,  and personal hygiene needs of individuals or families. Emergency housing may or  may not require occupants to enter into a lease or an occupancy agreement. A  COVID‐19 deintensification shelter meeting this definition is a Homeless Services  Use.  SECTION VII. Section 4‐11‐160 of the Renton Municipal Code is amended to add a new  definition of “Permanent Supportive Housing,” in alphabetical order, to read as shown below. All  other definitions in 4‐11‐160 remain in effect and unchanged.  PERMANENT SUPPORTIVE HOUSING: Consistent with RCW 36.70A.030,  subsidized, leased dwelling units with no limit on length of stay that prioritizes  people who need comprehensive support services to retain tenancy and utilizes  AGENDA ITEM # 9. c) ORDINANCE NO. ________  6  admissions practices designed to use lower barriers to entry than would be typical  for other subsidized or unsubsidized rental housing, especially related to rental  history, criminal history, and personal behaviors. Permanent supportive housing  is paired with on‐site or off‐site voluntary services designed to support a person  living with a complex and disabling behavioral health or physical health condition  who was experiencing homelessness or was at imminent risk of homelessness  prior to moving into housing to retain their housing and be a successful tenant in  a housing arrangement, improve the resident's health status, and connect the  resident of the housing with community‐based health care, treatment, or  employment services. Permanent supportive housing is subject to all of the rights  and responsibilities defined in chapter 59.18 RCW.  SECTION VIII. Section 4‐11‐200 of the Renton Municipal Code is amended to add a new  definition of “Transitional Housing,” in alphabetical order, to read as shown below. All other  definitions in 4‐11‐200 remain in effect and unchanged.  TRANSITIONAL HOUSING: Consistent with RCW 84.36.043, a project that provides  one (1) or more dwelling units and supportive services to homeless persons or  families for up to two (2) years and that has as its purpose facilitating the transition  of homeless persons and families into independent living.  SECTION IX. If any section, subsection, sentence, clause, phrase or work of this  ordinance should be held to be invalid or unconstitutional by a court or competent jurisdiction,  such invalidity or unconstitutionality thereof shall not affect the constitutionality of any other  section, subsection, sentence, clause, phrase or word of this ordinance.  AGENDA ITEM # 9. c) ORDINANCE NO. ________  7  SECTION X. This ordinance shall be in full force and effect five (5) days after publication  of a summary of this ordinance in the City’s official newspaper.  The summary shall consist of this  ordinance’s title.      PASSED BY THE CITY COUNCIL this _______ day of ___________________, 2021.                         Jason A. Seth, City Clerk    APPROVED BY THE MAYOR this _______ day of _____________________, 2021.                         Armondo Pavone, Mayor    Approved as to form:             Shane Moloney, City Attorney  Date of Publication:      ORD:2177:9/9/21  AGENDA ITEM # 9. c) ORDINANCE NO. ________ 8  ATTACHMENT A USES: RESIDENTIAL ZONING DESIGNATIONS INDUSTRIAL COMMERCIAL ZONING DESIGNATIONS RC R‐1 R‐4 R‐6 R‐8 RMHR‐10 R‐14 RMF IL IM IH CN CV CA CD CO COR UC G. OTHER COMMUNITY AND PUBLIC FACILITIES Homeless services use  H     H H  H H H  H   H H H Permanent supportive housing H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H89 H H Transitional housing88 H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H89 H H  AGENDA ITEM # 9. c)