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City Council Reg. Mtg. Minutes <br /> Wednesday, July 6, 2016 <br /> Page 2 of 3 <br /> $732,319.35 for the pay period ending June 30, 2016; and Retiree Payroll for the pay <br /> period ending June 30, 2016 in the amount of$64,723.77 <br /> 5B — Minutes of Meeting —June 15, 2016 <br /> 5C — Minutes of Special Meeting —June 29, 2016 <br /> 5D — Confirm Appointment of Jordy Andrew to the CDBG/Grant Recommendation Capital <br /> Committee <br /> 5E — Confirm Appointment of Dean Kelly to the Design Review Board, Position 5 <br /> 5F — Interlocal Agreement with Mason County for Public Works Services <br /> 5G — Resolution No. 3272 amending City Rates and Fees for Street Vendors <br /> 5H — Renewal Agreement with West Publishing Corporation for Westlaw Research Subscription <br /> 5I — Purchase of 12.5% Bulk Sodium Hypochlorite from JCI Jones, Inc. for the Westside <br /> Wastewater Treatment Plant <br /> 5J — Public Works Agreement with Orca Pacific, Inc. for Renovation of the Harborside Fountain <br /> Park Filtration & Sanitization System in the amount of$32,889.19 <br /> Dean Kelly thanked the City for the opportunity to serve on the Design Review Board. <br /> 05:53:20 M/S/C/U (Huddy/McDonald) Move to approve the CoNSENT A�EN�A as presented. <br /> GENERAL BUSINESS — There were no Genera/Business items... <br /> PUBLIC HEARINGS � <br /> 7A— PUBLIC HEARING ON RESOLUTION NO. 3271 ADOPTING THE 2017-2022 SIX YEAR <br /> TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PLAN (TIP): Tom Knuckev, City Engineer, emphasized <br /> that the Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is prepared pursuant to RCW <br /> 35.77.010. The TIP is updated annually, is filed with the Secretary of Transportation, Local <br /> Programs Office, and is intended as a planning tool for the local, State and Federal transportation <br /> funding entities. The TIP has been prepared for City Council approval by Resolution prior to <br /> submittal to the Washington State Department of Transportation. This TIP is consistent with <br /> Bremerton's Comprehensive and Non-Motorized Transportation Plans, and Street CIP. <br /> President Youn_qer opened the public hearing... With no comments received, the hearing was <br /> closed to the public, and opened for discussion by the City Council... <br /> 05:55:10 Motion was made by Davis, and seconded by Daugs... Comments and questions were <br /> provided by Daugs; with responses provided by Mr. Knuckey... <br /> 05:57:05 M/S/C/U (Davis/Daugs) Move to approve Resolution No. 3271, which approves the <br /> City's 2017 — 2022 Six-Year Transportation Improvement Plan, and allows the Mayor to forward <br /> the Resolution and Plan to the Department of Transportation, Local Programs Office. <br /> COUNCIL MEMBER REPORTS <br /> Pat Sullivan welcomed volunteers to the "Monthly Lions Park Work Party" on Saturday, July 9 <br /> from 10:00 AM to Noon. <br /> Leslie Dauqs announced the schedule for the "Summer Food Service Program for Children" <br /> ongoing from June 11 through August 11; expressed her condolences to the Alyce Eagans family; <br /> and cautioned drivers to especially watch for children now that school is out. <br />