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City Council Reg. Mtg. Minutes <br /> Wednesday, July 1, 2015 <br /> Page 2 of 3 <br /> Christine Snow informed the community that beginning in September, Kitsap Computing Seniors will <br /> again be offering free computer classes at the Sheridan Park Community Center; they accept <br /> computer donations; and more information can be found at httq:// <br /> Vivian Henderson read a statement into the record to express her support for Council's decision to <br /> pull the City of Bremerton out of the Kitsap Regional Coordinating Council (KRCC); and encouraged <br /> more citizens to pay more attention to both KRCC and PSRC meetings. <br /> CONSENT AGENDA <br /> 5A— Claims & Check Register: Regular Payroll for the pay period ending June 15, 2015 in the <br /> amount of $783,301.47; and Retiree Payroll for the pay period ending June 30, 2015 in the <br /> amount of $51,644.45 <br /> 56— Minutes of Meeting —June 17, 2015 <br /> 5C — Minutes of Study Session —July 24, 2015 <br /> 5D— Interlocal Agreement with Kitsap County for Reimbursable Work Performed by Kitsap County <br /> Public Works and/or Equipment Rental <br /> 5E— Professional Services Agreement with Murray, Smith & Associates, Inc. for 2015 Water <br /> Resources System Improvements <br /> 5F— Sole Source Purchase of a 2016 Ford F550 Maintenance Truck from Cobalt Truck Equipment <br /> of Spokane, WA for the Storm & Sewer Division of the Public Works & Utilities Department <br /> 5G — Ordinance No. 5278 creating Section 2.19.040 of the Bremerton Municipal Code (BMC) <br /> entitled "Warrant Officers" <br /> There were no questions or comments from the public... <br /> 06:10:22 M/S/C/U (Runyon/Davis) Move to approve the CoNSENT A�EN�a as presented. <br /> GENERAL BUSINESS <br /> 6A—ORDINANCE NO. 5279 AMENDING CHAPTER 2.100 OF THE BREMERTON MUNICIPAL <br /> CODE (BMC) ENTITLED "PUBLIC ACCESS CITIZENS ADVISORY COMMITTEE": Charleen <br /> Burnette, BKAT Manager, explained that the proposed amendments to Bremerton Municipal Code <br /> (BMC) Chapter 2.100 that established the Public Access Citizens Advisory Committee for Bremerton <br /> Kitsap Access Television (BKAT), increases the membership from 9 to 12; and that member <br /> representation would change three County Commissioner-appointed at-large positions to a <br /> representative from each of the three Commissioner districts, add an education representative <br /> appointed by the Mayor of Bremerton, and add representatives from the cities of Bainbridge Island <br /> and Poulsbo, appointed by their respective Mayors. The Committee would meet quarterly: <br /> September/December/March/June. Ms. Burnette also provided a brief PowerPoint presentation to <br /> establish further clarification; and that she hopes the Board will begin meeting in September. <br /> Robert Parker expressed several concerns, and was particularly surprised to learn that the Public <br /> Access Citizens Advisory Committee hasn't met since 2010 since he was referred to them by the <br /> BKAT Manager when he wanted to submit a complaint. <br /> Doua Bear, Kitsap County Communications Manager, established that he is responsible for <br /> managing the BKAT contract with the County, that he has been meeting with Charleen Burnette for <br /> the last 6-months to update this document, and he encourages the Council to support it. <br /> Mavor Lent explained that employees were lost during the recession so there were not enough staff <br /> members for several years to keep the Committee going. <br />