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City Council Reg Mtg Minutes <br /> Wednesday, February 1, 2012 <br /> Page 2of6 <br /> 5B Minutes of Meeting — January 4, 2012 <br /> 5C Minutes of Study Session — January 11, 2012 <br /> 5D Minutes of Study Session — January 25, 2012 <br /> 5E Acceptance of Grant from the Washington State Office of Public Defense <br /> 5F Approval to pay Damage Claim <br /> Redeve Item Pulled <br /> 5H Resolution No 3162 to approve traffic and parking revisions with the Manette Bridge <br /> Replacement <br /> 5I Resolution No 3163 to approve Phase IV of the Bay Vista Final Plat <br /> 5J Appointments of Maurice Correia, and Holly James to the Civil Service Commission <br /> 5K BKAT Service Contract with Kitsap County <br /> 5L Amendment No 4 to the Professional Services Agreement with WILLIS OF SEATTLE, INC for <br /> insurance broker services <br /> 5M 2012 Excess Liability, Excess Workers' Compensation, and Crime Insurance <br /> 5N Resolution No 3164 establishing March 7, 2012 as a Hearing Date to vacate Broadway Avenue <br /> between 13 and 16 Streets <br /> There were no comments from the public <br /> 06 09:37 M /S /C /U (Arends /Runyon) Move to approve the CONSENT AGENDA as presented <br /> GENERAL BUSINESS <br /> 6A — RESOLUTION NO 3161 TO APPROVE BACK -IN ANGLE PARKING ON 4 T " STREET AND <br /> 5 STREET FROM KIWANIS PARK TO WARREN AVENUE Gunnar Fridriksson, Public Works & <br /> Utilities — Engineering, explained that the proposed redevelopment of 4 and 5 Street as "Green <br /> Streets" will provide multiple benefits, including sustainability through drainage improvements, traffic <br /> calming, reduced vehicular speeds, and implementation of the bicycle boulevards designated in the <br /> Non - Motorized Transportation Plan adopted by City Council in 2007 The proposed angle parking <br /> along 4 th Street is an effective method to narrow an overly wide residential roadway and reduce <br /> vehicle speeds, allowing the corridor to operate suitably as a bicycle boulevard Because 4 th Street is <br /> designated as a bicycle boulevard, the back -in /head out angle parking is recommended because this <br /> configuration allows a driver exiting the stall to see the cyclists The Public Works Committee <br /> reviewed the proposed changes at their meeting on December 7, 2011 <br /> Comments from the public in favor of the parking change were received by Maggie Williams <br /> Comments and concerns from the public against the parking change were received by <br /> Donald A. Palmer Teri Hodgden Joe Hudson Jodet Parker and Terry Telle <br /> 06 35 Motion was made by Runyon, and seconded by Wheeler, Comments and questions were <br /> then provided by Runyon, Flemister, Wheeler, and Daugs <br /> 06.37 M /S /C (Runyon/Wheeler) Move to pass Resolution No 3161 to approve back in, angle <br /> parking on 4 th Street and 5 th Street form Kiwanis Park to Warren Avenue <br /> Voted in favor of Motion Brockus, Runyon, Wheeler, Flemister, Younger, Wofford, Daugs, McDonald <br /> Voted against Motion Arends <br /> Motion carried 8 -Yes, 1 -No <br />
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