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City Council Reg. Mtg. Minutes <br /> Wednesday, May 21, 2014 <br /> Page 3 of 5 <br /> PUBLIC HEARING <br /> 6A — PUBLIC HEARING ON RESOLUTION NO. 3219 TO APPROVE THE 2015 <br /> BREMERTON /KITSAP BLOCK GRANT (CDBG) POLICY PLAN AND 2015 KTISAP <br /> COORDINATED GRANT NOTICE OF FUNDING AVAILABILITY Marie Vila CDBG /HOME <br /> Program Administrator, summarized that the CDBG /HOME Policy Plan is a joint document of the <br /> City of Bremerton and Kitsap County Block Grant Program. It sets the parameters for the <br /> management of our HUD entitlement grant awards, provides specific information about the policies <br /> and regulations for the use of HUD Block Grant funds, includes the Citizen Participation Plan, and <br /> outlines the allocation process. The Notice of Funding Availability lists funds available, targeted <br /> allocations, priorities, and dates to remember. Please see the attached Staff Memo for notable <br /> details included in the 2015 Policy Plan and NOFA. <br /> President Wheeler opened the public hearing... With no comments from the public, President <br /> Wheeler closed the hearing to the public, and opened discussion to the City Council... <br /> 06:17:12 Motion was made by Runyon; and seconded by Davis, There were no comments made <br /> by Council Members. <br /> 06:17:25 M /S /C /U (Runyon /Davis) Move to pass Resolution No. 3219 adopting the City of <br /> Bremerton / Kitsap County CDBG /HOME Policy Plan and 2015 Notice of Funding Availability. <br /> GENERAL BUSINESS <br /> 7A — CONSULTANT AWARD TO PARAMETRIX, INC. FOR THE DESIGN OF THE <br /> "WASHINGTON AVENUE - SIDEWALK CONNECTOR" PROJECT Chal Martin Public Works & <br /> Utilities Director, explained that the City received funding form the Washington State Department of <br /> Transportation (WSDOT) to make bicycle and pedestrian improvements on Washington Avenue <br /> from 5th Street to the Manette Bridge. This project is to be combined with the current effort to retire <br /> the existing sanitary beach main between the marina and Evergreen Park. The project includes <br /> revising the current roadway section to include 5 -foot bike lanes, wider sidewalks, landscaping, <br /> street lighting, stormwater and water main improvements, along with the sanitary component <br /> installing grinder pumps for existing dwellings, a new sanitary main in Washington Avenue, and <br /> retire the existing sanitary beach main and Pump Station No. 3. The City selected Parametrix as <br /> the designer due to that company's familiarity and design experience for the portion of the sanitary <br /> project from the Manette Bridge north to Evergreen Park. There will be a meeting to take public <br /> comment on June 12 beginning at 5:30 PM in the Meeting Chambers. <br /> There were no questions or comments by the public... <br /> 06:33:55 Motion was made by Davis; and seconded by Younger, Questions and comments were <br /> provided by Davis, McDonald, Younger, Runyon, Sullivan, and Wheeler, with responses provided <br /> by Mr. Martin Mayor Lent Andrea Spencer Community Development Director, and Tom <br /> Knuckev City Engineer. <br /> 06:58:08 M /S /C (Davis/Younger) Move to approve the Consultant Contract with Parametrix, Inc. for <br /> the design of the Washington Avenue Sidewalk Connector in the amount not -to- exceed $320,963; <br /> and authorize the Mayor to finalize and execute the agreement with substantially the same terms <br /> and conditions as presented. <br /> Voted in favor of Motion: Davis, Runyon, Younger, McDonald, Wheeler <br /> Voted opposed to Motion: Sullivan <br /> Motion carried: 5 -Yes; 1 -No <br />
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