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Clerk - CC Ord Res Min Agenda
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04/15/2020 MEETING MINUTES
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City Council Reg. Mtg. Minutes <br /> Wednesday, April 15, 2020 <br /> Page 3 of 4 <br /> The study will involve public involvement, design concept development and strategies for future <br /> project funding and implementation. In general, the design concept consists of re-channelizing and <br /> reconstructing the corridor with consideration to multimodal facilities. The STP program funds <br /> projects at a maximum of 86.5% with a minimum match of$13.5%. The estimated cost of this <br /> project is $606,000, and staff intend to request $524,190 in grant funds, requiring the City commit <br /> to providing matching funds of$81,810. Planning projects funded through STP grants are not <br /> subject to Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Order 5020.1A and do not obligate the city to <br /> long term (10-year) timing or project phasing commitments. For this grant cycle, KRCC has <br /> required applicants to include acknowledgment of these requirements from the governing body of <br /> the City with the grant applications. <br /> There were no questions or comments from the public... <br /> 06:28:00 Motion was made by Daugs and seconded by Goodnow... Questions and comments <br /> were provided by Daugs, Goodnow, Simpson, and Younger,- with responses provided by Mr. <br /> Weber and Mr. Riley... <br /> 06:42:00 M/S/C/U (Daugs/Goodnow) Move to approve Resolution No. 3324 acknowledging the <br /> commitments associated with receipt of Surface Transportation Program Grant funds for the West <br /> Kitsap Way Corridor Planning Study. <br /> 4D— RECREATION & CONSERVATION (RCO) FUNDING BOARD PROJECT AGREEMENT <br /> FOR THE KITSAP LAKE FISHING DOCK AND PARK RENOVATION PROJECT: Parks & <br /> Recreation Director Jeff Elevado explained that the attached Funding Board Project [Grant] <br /> Agreement will provide $438,200 to assist in the renovation of Kitsap Lake Park. This project will <br /> replace the 30-year old fishing deteriorating fishing pier with a fish-friendly over water structure, <br /> provide ADA access and physical upgrades to the restrooms, install ADA accessible parking and <br /> pathways to link park amenities, a new picnic shelter and educational interpretive signage. This <br /> project has been shaped directly by community involvement through meetings with stakeholders <br /> and public meetings conducted by the Bremerton Parks & Recreation Commission. <br /> There were no questions or comments from the public... <br /> 06:46:00 Motion was made by Wheat and seconded by Daugs... Questions and comments were <br /> provided by Daugs, Simpson, and Younger,- with a response provided by Mr. Elevado... <br /> 07:00:00 M/S/C (Wheat/Daugs) Move to authorize the Mayor to enter into the Funding Board <br /> Project Agreement with the State of Washington and the Recreation & Conservation Funding <br /> Board for the Kitsap Lake Fishing Dock & Park Renovation Project; and to finalize and execute the <br /> agreement with substantially the same terms and conditions as presented. <br /> Voted in favor of Motion: Sullivan, Daugs, Gorman, Wheat, Goodnow, Younger <br /> Voted opposed to Motion: Simpson <br /> Motion carried; 6-Yes; 1-No <br /> 4E— RECREATION & CONSERVATION (RCO) FUNDING BOARD PROJECT AGREEMENT <br /> FOR THE KITSAP LAKE PARK BOAT LAUNCH REPLACEMENT PROJECT: Parks & <br /> Recreation Director Jeff Elevado explained that the attached Funding Board Project [Grant] <br /> Agreement will provide $556,200 to assist in the replacement of the existing boat launch and dock <br /> at Kitsap Lake Park that have outlived their useful life and are deteriorating rapidly. This grant will <br /> be used to replace the boat launch with a new, wider concrete ramp with side shoring and a <br /> boarding float with new concrete abutment and ADA compliant pathways. This project also <br /> includes upgrades to the existing restroom with a new roof, outdoor shower and accessible <br /> fixtures, construction of an accessible boat trailer parking stall, and accessible pathways linking the <br /> parking lot, boat launch and restroom. This project has been shaped directly by community <br />
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