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City Council Reg. Mtg. Minutes <br /> Wednesday, January 5, 2011 <br /> Page 2 of 4 <br /> PUBLIC RECOGNITION — There were no comments from the public... <br /> CONSENT AGENDA <br /> A. Check Numbers 340962 through 341136, and EFT-10485 through EFT-10519 in the amount of <br /> $1,961,054.10; Regula� Payroll for the pay period ending December 15, 2010 in the amount of <br /> $722,402.95; Regular Payroll for the pay period ending December 31, 2010 in the amount of <br /> $743,794.14; and Retiree Payroll for the pay period ending December 31, 2010 in the amount of <br /> $78,413.31. <br /> 05:54:25 M/S/C/U (Arends/VVheeler) Move to approve the CoNSErvT A�EN�a as presented. <br /> 7A — RESOLUTION NO. 3131 HONORING AND SUPPORTING THE USS BREMERTON AND ITS <br /> CREW: Mavor Pattv Lent stated that Resolution No. 3131 was in response to the City Council's <br /> desire to honor and support the USS Bremerton and its crew for their dedication and outstanding <br /> achievements while serving with the United States Navy. Resolution No. 3131 was read in its entirety <br /> which included information such as the USS Bremerton is known by its crew as the Bad Fish and is <br /> the second ship of the United States Navy to be named for Bremerton, Washington. The USS <br /> Bremerton was launched on July 22, 1978, sponsored by Mrs. Henry M. Jackson, and commissioned <br /> on March 28, 1981. In September 2003, after a successful Western Pacific deployment, the USS <br /> Bremerton changed its homeport to Pearl Harbor, Hawaii and became the oldest commissioned <br /> submarine in the US fleet. The USS Bremerton has, among other achievements, earned two Navy <br /> Unit Commendations, a Coast Guard Unit Citation, three Meritorious Unit Commendations, three <br /> Battle Efficiency "E's", two Navy Expeditionary Medals, and an Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal. <br /> There were no comments from the public... <br /> 05:58:17 Motion to adopt Resolution No. 3131 was made by Brockus, and seconded by McDona/d; <br /> Comments in support of the resolution were then provided by the Council <br /> 06:00:05 M/S/C/U (Brockus/McDonald) Move to adopt Resolution No. 3131 honoring and supporting <br /> the USS Bremerton and its crew. <br /> 7B — RESOLUTION NO. 3132 SUPPORTING AN APPLICATION TO THE WASHINGTON STATE <br /> CORRECTIONS FOR THE SITING OF A WESTSIDE RECEPTION CENTER: Mavor Pattv Lent <br /> explained that communities interested in submitting a site for consideration are required to submit a <br /> letter of interest by January 6, 2011. Resolution No. 3132 demonstrates the City Council's support for <br /> submitting the application for the siting of a Westside Reception Center in the South Kitsap Industrial <br /> Area known as "SKIA". <br /> Dave Overton, property owner, provided the details to highlight the positive reasons for applying for <br /> the siting of the Westside Reception Center in SKIA. <br /> Doris Kerinqer asked what cost to the taxpayers this project will cost in terms of utilities and law <br /> enforcement. Mr. Overton answered that the costs and community impacts would be determined <br /> during a comprehensive review (EIS) that will be conducted by the Department of Corrections <br /> assuming that the site is selected for the center. <br /> Andv Tanqeman asked if the EIS process will allow for public comment. Mr. Overton answered that <br /> if a development application for this project is submitted, the City would undergo a process which <br /> does allow public comment. <br /> 06:12:40 Motion to adopt Resolution No. 3132 was made by Runyon, and seconded by Wofford; <br /> Discussion was then opened to the Council... <br />