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City Council Meeting Minutes <br /> Wednesday, June 1, 2011 <br /> Page 2 of 4 <br /> Mike Walton Kitsap Family YMCA Marketing Director, provided a list of activities taking place this <br /> month, and requested stories and memories from the community to commemorate the 100 -year <br /> anniversary of the "Y" <br /> CONSENT AGENDA <br /> A Check Numbers 343254 through 343468, and EFT -10904 through EFT -10937 in the amount of <br /> $1,615,839 37, Regular Payroll [Payout] for the pay period ending April 15, 2011 in the amount of <br /> $2,432 51, Regular Payroll [Correction] for the pay period ending May 15, 2011 in the amount of <br /> $43 95, and Retiree Payroll for the pay period ending May 31, 2011 in the amount of $80,165 55 <br /> B Minutes of Meeting — May 18, 2011 <br /> C Minutes of Study Session — May 25, 2011 <br /> D Professional Services Agreement with Confluence Engineering Group, LLC for Water Quality <br /> Services <br /> E Contract Modification No 1 to the Professional Services Agreement with West Sound Engineering to <br /> perform a Crosstown Pipeline Alignment Survey <br /> F Resolution No 3148 approving Phase 2 of the Bay Vista Final Plat <br /> 06:12:25 M /S /C /U (Runyon /Brockus) Move to approve the CONSENT AGENDA as presented <br /> GENERAL BUSINESS <br /> 6A — RESOLUTION NO. 3147 ADOPTING THE BREMERTON ARTS COMMISSION PUBLIC ART <br /> MASTER PLAN Andrea Spencer Community Development Director, explained that on July 30, 2005, <br /> the Bremerton City Council established the 1 % for the Arts Program and the Bremerton Arts <br /> Commission to be administered through the Department of Community Development Under Ordinance <br /> No 4940 (Appendix B), all City funded capital improvements will provide revenue for public art projects <br /> The enabling legislation lists three goals for the City's new public art program enhance and enrich the <br /> City's physical environment and public spaces, consider opportunities to celebrate the multicultural and <br /> diverse character of Bremerton, and contribute to Bremerton's sense of ownership and pride in public <br /> spaces and facilities Ms. Spencer introduced Emily Russell Chair of the Arts Commission and <br /> Joanie Pearson Bremerton Arts Commission Member to provide a presentation with further details on <br /> the Public Art Master Plan <br /> Jerry McDonald supported the Plan, and the local art, but suggested that the art be displayed on a <br /> platform to prevent anyone from accidentally running into it when it is placed directly on the sidewalk <br /> 06:22:08 Motion to approve the Public Art Master Plan was made by Wofford, and seconded by Wheeler <br /> Comments in support of the Public Art Master Plan were provided by the Council <br /> 06:25:00 M /S /C /U (Wofford/Wheeler) Move to adopt Resolution No 3147 approving the Bremerton Arts <br /> Commission Public Art Master Plan <br /> 6B — LEASE AGREEMENT WITH THE SUQUAMISH TRIBE FOR THEIR USE OF THE GORST <br /> CREEK HATCHERY AREA (SALMON REARING FACILITY) Gary Sexton Redevelopment Projects <br /> Administrator, stated that the City is requesting a continued lease to the Suquamish Lease for a period <br /> of ten (10) years for the shared benefits of continued maintenance and operation by the Tribe of the <br /> Hatchery Area on Gorst Creek The Hatchery Area has been in operation since 1986 and continues to <br /> provide salmon fishing opportunities for constituents of the parties Mr. Sexton introduced Jay Zischke <br /> and Alison O'Sullivan from the Suquamish Tribe to answer questions and provide further details about <br /> the salmon runs and the use of Gorst Creek <br /> There were no comments from the public <br />