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DIGITAL RECORDING <br />I <br />CITY COUNCIL STUDY SESSION MINUTES <br />Wednesday, October 11, 2017 <br />Due to the size of the audience, the Study Session of the City Council of the City of Bremerton was <br />relocated and called to order in the First Floor Meeting Chambers of the NORM DICKS GOVERNMENT <br />CENTER, 345 6th Street, Bremerton, Washington, Wednesday, October 11, 2017, at 5:12 PM, with <br />Council President Eric Younger presiding. Council Members present were Richard Huddy, Dino <br />Davis, Greg Wheeler, Jerry McDonald, Leslie Dapgs, and Pat Sullivan. Also present were City <br />Attorney Roger Lubovich; and Legislative Assistant Lori Smith. <br />President Younger emphasized that the Study Session was open to the public but there would be <br />no opportunities for input or participation; action is anticipated only on Item 61; and the content of <br />these items is subject to change. It was further announced that the other items approved by the <br />Council will be placed on the October 18, 2017 Council Meeting Agenda or as indicated. Also, <br />Items B4 and B5 were moved up on the Agenda and presented first. <br />A. LIMITED PRESENTATION PLANNED —The following items are budgeted items or subjects that <br />have been raised with the appropriate Council Committee Members: <br />1. Proposed Public Hearing for Acceptance of the 2017 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice <br />Assistance Grant (JAG) Public Hearing <br />2. Change Order No. 2 and Administrative Authorization for Closeout of the Lebo Boulevard <br />Roadway Improvement Project Consent Agenda <br />3. Purchase of Office Furniture and Installation Services from Staples Business Advantage for <br />City of Bremerton Offices located on the First Floor of the Norm Dicks Government Center <br />Consent Agenda <br />B. BRIEFINGS & FULL PRESENTATIONS <br />1. Emergencv Justification for Public <br />Coating Repairs to Reservoir No. 21 - Ned Lever, Managing Engineer, explained that <br />Reservoir 21 is a 3 million gallon steel potable water reservoir located in N.A.D. Park. The <br />exterior of the reservoir was coated this summer. Staff recently discovered that portions of <br />the interior coating are failing, including the bottom 10 feet around the side shell and the six <br />center columns. This is a critical reservoir at the W256 Zone since it provides water during <br />fire emergencies to the Navy Hospital and John D. Hawk Elementary School. The repairs <br />must be made before the reservoir can be put back in service, and must be expedited since <br />the coating insulation is temperature sensitive. The repair work is being sole -sourced; sole <br />source justification is attached. The contractor (Sabelhaus) is familiar with the reservoir <br />interior conditions and can mobilize to perform the repair work immediately. The City <br />received a quote from Sabelhaus West in the amount not to exceed $100,000, which <br />includes sales tax. The condition of the Reservoir's interior was unforeseen and beyond the <br />.control of the City; and having the Reservoir out of service presents a real immediate threat <br />to the proper performance of an essential function of the City. <br />There were no comments from the public... <br />07:16:24 (Davis/Daugs) Move to adopt the findings set forth in both the Council Summary <br />and Emergency Justification Memorandum; approve the Public Works Agreement with <br />Sabelhaus West for the Reservoir 21 — Interior Coating Repair in the amount not to exceed <br />$100,000 (which includes sales tax); and authorize the Mayor to finalize and execute the <br />agreement with substantially the same terms and conditions as presented. Motion was <br />approved unanimously... <br />