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City Council Reg. Mtg. Minutes <br /> Wednesday, July 15, 2015 <br /> Page2of6 <br /> PUBLIC RECOGNITION <br /> Richard Huddv announced or� behalf of owners Mark Camp and Sally Ann Carey that a "sofY' <br /> opening of their new Irish Restaurant the Bualadh Bos Public House located at 2712 15'h Street <br /> (close to Hi-Lo's 15`h Street Cafe)will be on Friday, July 17 at 3:00 PM. <br /> Vern LaPrath would like to see a law that would allow the City to ban fireworks during certain <br /> extreme conditions; would also like to see a petition started to bring a buffet-style restaurant <br /> similar to Golden Corral to locate in one of the many empty buildings along Wheaton Way; and - <br /> looks forward to speed bumps soon to be installed on Halverson Street. Mr. Lubovich <br /> announced that he is almost finished drafting an ordinance that would allow the City in the <br /> future to ban fireworks when emergency conditions exist. <br /> Fire Chief AI Duke started out by saying that even the Governor couldn't ban fireworks this <br /> year; and that he sent language to the State in hopes of assisting them to get the law changed; <br /> and then provided a briefing on 911 calls and responses from the 4th of July. <br /> Gale Gillespie commented on the traffic he observed on his way to the meeting tonight being <br /> backed up all the way down Washington Avenue; and also commented that he had an <br /> opportunity to watch the new $80,000+ lawn mower recently purchased by the Parks <br /> Department, and stated the City is getting "more than its money's worth". <br /> Patrick Kerber expressed his concern about the problems caused by fireworks every July 4`n <br /> and was particularly concerned that the CenCom system was down for approximately 20- <br /> minutes with only a recording that stated "all circuits were busy and to try the call again later", <br /> then was put on hold for another 15-minutes before an operator finally answered his call; and <br /> then no one ever arrived in response to his reported concern. He would very much like to see <br /> the City of Bremerton ban fireworks altogether. Mr. Wheeler offered to sit down with Mr. <br /> Kerber and representatives from CenCom to learn what happened; but Mavor Lent added that <br /> she forwarded Mr. Kerber's concern to the Executive Director of CenCom and if he doesn't <br /> receive a timely or satisfactory response, to please contact her directly. <br /> CONSENT AGENDA <br /> 7A— Claims & Check Register: Check Numbers 364051 through 364422, and EFT-15048 <br /> through EFT-15139 in the amount of$4,195,040.43; and Regular Payroll for the pay <br /> period ending June 30, 2015 in the amount of$715,351.46 <br /> 76— Minutes of Meeting —July 1, 2015 <br /> 7C — Minutes of Study Session —July 8, 2015 <br /> 7D — Appointment of Kristin Moerler as Senior Pianner at Pay Band 11, Rate 6 of the 2015 <br /> Management, Professional, Confidential & Fiduciary Salary Plan <br /> 7E — Inter-local Agreement for the 2015 Regional Aerial Mapping Project <br /> 7F— Sewer Easements (with Thomas E. Weaver, Jr. and Dennis Sailor); and Access <br /> Easement (with Maria Cunanan DDS PS)for Wastewater Improvements <br /> 7G— Goods and Services Agreement with Sprague Mechanical for Backflow Assembly Tester <br /> 7H — Ordinance No. 5280 to amend Chapter 3.36 of the Bremerton Municipal Code (BMC) <br /> entitled "Contingency Reserve Fund" <br /> 7I — Resolution No. 3247 to adopt updated Financial Goals & Policies for the City of <br /> Bremerton <br />