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City Council Meeting Minutes <br /> Wednesday, June 15, 2011 <br /> Page 2 of 4 <br /> H Amendment to the Security Contract with Kitsap County for Court Security Services <br /> I Professional Services Agreement with the Broughton Law Group, Inc, PS for Legal Services <br /> J Professional Services Agreement with the Summit Law Group to negotiate collective <br /> bargaining agreements <br /> 05 57 45 M /S /C /U (Runyon /Robinson) Move to approve the CONSENT AGENDA as presented <br /> PUBLIC HEARING <br /> 6A — ORDINANCE NO. 5151 VACATING A PORTION OF THE ALLEY BETWEEN WERNER <br /> ROAD, MONROE STREET, BLUMER STREET, AND AUTO CENTER BOULEVARD Gunnar <br /> Fridriksson Civil Engineer with the Public Works & Utilities Department, summarized that David <br /> Barcelon petitioned the City of Bremerton to vacate the westerly 510 feet of the alley adjacent to <br /> Blumer Street The easterly portion of the alley was vacated in 1995 with Ordinance No 4501 for <br /> the applicant's development of the Truck Town dealership The existing alley is an undeveloped <br /> dead end right -of -way which has no potential for development by the City All adjacent properties <br /> surrounding the alley are owned by the applicant This is a Class III Right -of -Way and <br /> compensation is not required in accordance with Bremerton Municipal Code (BMC) Chapter <br /> 11 20 140 <br /> There were no comments from the public <br /> 05 59 43 Motion to vacate the alley was made by Wheeler, and seconded by Brockus <br /> Comments m support of the vacation were provided by Mr Wheeler and Mrs. Arends <br /> 06 00.55 M /S /C /U (Wheeler / Brockus) Move to pass Ordinance No 5151 to vacate a portion of the <br /> alley between Werner Road, Monroe Street, Blumer Street, and Auto Center Boulevard <br /> GENERAL BUSINESS <br /> 7A— PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT WITH AHBL FOR ENGINEERING SERVICES <br /> FOR THE KIWANIS PARK AND GREEN STREETS PROJECT Wyn Birkenthal Parks & <br /> Recreation Director, explained that a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) was advertised on March 4, <br /> 2011 for the consultant section for the Kiwanis Park and Green Streets Project Of the five (5) <br /> submittals received, AHBL was ranked as the most qualified to perform the civil and structural <br /> engineering services necessary for the project The proposed contract includes Low Impact <br /> Development (LID) design services for Kiwanis Park improvements and Street Improvements on <br /> 4 and 5th Streets in the vicinity of Kiwanis Park A PowerPoint presentation was made by <br /> Collette Berna of the Parks & Recreation Department to show the highlights of the project <br /> There were no comments from the public <br /> 06 12.09 Motion to approve the professional services agreement was made by McConnell, and <br /> seconded by Runyon <br /> Discussion was then opened to the Council <br /> Mr Runyon asked who the volunteers could contact in the City to assist with maintenance issues <br /> Ms Berna answered that she may be contacted directly at (360) 473 -5429 <br /> Mr Wheeler asked if the City is responsible for maintenance of the rain gardens Ms. Berna <br /> responded that if the rain gardens stopped working, then the City would be responsible, but light <br /> maintenance such as weeding will be provided by volunteers <br />
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