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City Council Reg. Mtg. Minutes <br /> Wednesday, April 15, 2020 <br /> Page 2 of 4 <br /> GENERAL BUSINESS <br /> 4A—WASHINGTON STATE DEPARTMENT OF ECOLOGY WATER QUALITY PROGRAM <br /> GRANT FOR THE OSTRICH BAY CREEK STORMWATER TREATMENT CONSTRUCTION <br /> PROJECT: Chance Berthiaume, NPDES Stormwater Permit Coordinator, summarized that this <br /> project will improve stormwater quality in Ostrich Bay Creek through the installation of 15 Linear <br /> Modular Wetland Systems (MWS) at multiple locations in the area of Kitsap Way, Bruenn Avenue, <br /> and Auto Center Way. MWS treatment systems treat runoff for total suspended solids (TSS), <br /> dissolved copper, dissolved zinc, and total phosphorus, and provide flow control. <br /> There were no questions or comments from the public... <br /> 06:01:00 Motion was made by Gorman and seconded by Wheat... Questions and comments were <br /> provided by Gorman, Wheat, Daugs, Sullivan, Simpson, and Younger; with responses provided by <br /> Mr. Berthiaume... <br /> 06:14:00 M/S/C/U (Gorman/Wheat) Move to accept the Ostrich Bay Creek Stormwater Treatment <br /> Construction Grant from Washington State Department of Ecology; and authorize the Mayor to <br /> finalize and execute the agreement with substantially the same terms and conditions as presented. <br /> 4B— RESOLUTION NO. 3323 ACKNOWLEDGING COMMITMENT TO MATCH SURFACE <br /> TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM GRANT FUNDS FOR THE 6T" STREET PRESERVATION <br /> PHASE III PROJECT: Shane Weber, Managing Engineer, used a Power Point presentation to <br /> show why staff recommends the City pursue funding from the Surface Transportation Program for <br /> preservation of 6th Street between Naval and Warren Avenues in the current County-wide grant <br /> competition. The improvements would include design and construction of an overlay, new curb <br /> ramps and a new traffic signal at the intersection of 6th Street and Veneta Avenue. The STP <br /> program funds projects at a maximum of 86.5% with a minimum match of$13.5%. The estimated <br /> cost of this project is $2,170,000, and staff intend to request$1,877,050 in grant funds, requiring <br /> the City commit to providing matching funds of$292,950. In addition, the STP Program rules state <br /> that expending STP grant funds for any phase of a project, including design, commits the recipient <br /> to constructing all phases of the project within 10-years of receipt of the grant funds. For this grant <br /> cycle, KRCC has required applicants to include acknowledgment of these requirements from the <br /> governing body of the City with the grant applications. <br /> There were no questions or comments from the public... <br /> Following an inquiry by Council Member Daugs, City Attorney Roger Lubovich established that <br /> she and Council Member Wheat were not required to recuse themselves due to their appointments <br /> as KRCC Board Members... <br /> 06:22:00 Motion was made by Goodnow and seconded by Daugs... Questions and comments <br /> were provided by Goodnow, Daugs, Wheat, Simpson and Younger; with responses provided by <br /> Mr. Weber and Finance Director Mike Riley... <br /> 06:26:00 M/S/C/U (Goodnow/Daugs) Move to approve Resolution No. 3323 acknowledging the <br /> Commitment to Match Surface Transportation Program Grant Funds for the 6th Street Preservation <br /> Phase III Project. <br /> 4C— RESOLUTION NO. 3324 ACKNOWLEDGING COMMITMENT TO MATCH SURFACE <br /> TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM GRANT FUNDS FOR THE WEST KITSAP WAY CORRIDOR <br /> PLANNING STUDY: Shane Weber, Managing Engineer, reported that staff recommended the <br /> City pursue funding from the Surface Transportation Program (STP) for a West Kitsap Way <br /> Corridor Planning Study with limits between Chico Way/City Limit and State Route 3 interchange. <br />