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City Council Reg. Mtg. Minutes <br />Wednesday, August 16, 2017 <br />Page 2 of 3 <br />5F — Purchase of Retrofit Items for the Closed Circuit Television Van from Cues, Inc. <br />5G — Purchase of four (4) Fairbanks Morse Dry -Pit Submersible Pumps from Granich <br />Engineered Products, Inc. <br />5H — Eliminate the Forestry Service Specialist Position (Pay Grade 10) from the 2017 Budget; <br />and add an Environmental Technician Position (Pay Grade 15) <br />51— Public Works Agreement with Kemron Environmental Services for Modified Clean-up of <br />the Small Arms Range located in the Bremerton Watershed <br />Pulled <br />Marwin Cameron shared his background which includes teaching at Olympic College, and <br />looks forward to this opportunity to serve on the Bremerton Housing Authority Board of <br />Commissioners. <br />05:45:42 M/S/C/U (Huddy/Sullivan) Move to approve the CONSENT AGENDA as presented <br />GENERAL BUSINESS — There were no General Business Items tonight... <br />COUNCIL MEMBER REPORTS <br />Richard Hudd y thanked the firefighters who battled the devastating blaze that destroyed a <br />business and a home at the corner of 11th Street & N. Callow Avenue; thanked neighbors who <br />offered assistance to the family who lost everything in the fire; reported on his attendance at the <br />Navy League Luncheon which also included a Celebration for the US Coast Guard; enjoyed the <br />Retirement Housing Foundation's Celebration Dinner at Pinewood Manor with Mayor Patty Lent <br />and Council Members Greg Wheeler and Pat Sullivan; reported that problems with the fast ferry <br />Rich Passage I, reservation system, and ferry communications are being addressed; and <br />encouraged the public to attend a Public Hearing regarding Reconsideration of CHI <br />Franciscan's Certificate of Need on Friday, September 8 at 10:30 AM in the Meeting Room at <br />the Bremerton School District Office at. 134 Marion Avenue. <br />Dino Davis announced that volunteers are welcome for Stewardship Projects on Saturday, <br />August 19 beginning at 9:00 AM at Forest Ridge Park; and expressed sentiments of sadness by <br />events taking place in Charlottesville, emphasizing that Bremerton is not a place for hate. <br />Greg Wheeler was proud to speak at an event organized in solidarity to Charlottesville on <br />August 13 at Evergreen Rotary Park, adding that we should all continue to defy hatred, bigotry, <br />and racism; invited volunteers to help with the next Kiwanis Park Work Party on Saturday, <br />August 26 from 9:00 to 11:00 AM; and wished everyone a great week. <br />Leslie Daugs announced that she would be co -hosting with Kitsap Transit for a "Rider Alert <br />Public Meeting" on Thursday, August 24 from 5:00 to 7:00 PM at the Kitsap Habitat for <br />Humanity Conference Room to discuss the Wheaton Way Transit Center; thanked staff who <br />cooked or helped with the Annual Employee Picnic and Connection Credit Union for being the <br />event sponsor; viewed an informative Property Tax Webinar offered by Municipal Research <br />Services Center; and looked forward to the Kitsap County Fair & Stampede from August 23 <br />through 27, including the 6th Annual Executive Pie Eating Contest on August 26 which raises <br />funds for non-profit organizations; offered condolences to families affected by the tragedy at <br />Charlottesville; and thanked Council Member Davis for his comments, affirming that we do not <br />let hate grow in our City. <br />