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DIGITAL RECORDING <br />CITY COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES <br />Wednesday, April 18, 2018 <br />The weekly meeting of the City Council of the City of Bremerton was called to order Wednesday, April <br />18, 2018, at 5:00 PM in Council Conference Room 603 of the NORM DICKS GOVERNMENT CENTER, 345 <br />6th Street, Bremerton, Washington, with Council President Eric Younger presiding. Council Members <br />present were Richard Huddy, Michael Goodnow, Tony Hillman, Kevin Gorman, Leslie Daugs, and Pat <br />Sullivan. Also present were City Attorney Roger Lubovich; City Clerk Shannon Corin; Council <br />Assistant Christine Grenier; and Kevin Matthew, Information Services Manager. <br />A COUNCIL BRIEFING was held to discuss General Council Business at 5:00 PM in the Council <br />Conference Room. At 5:30 PM the meeting moved to the Meeting Chambers. <br />The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Council Member Pat Sullivan followed by the invocation <br />provided by Reverend Ron Anderson of Manette Community Church. <br />MAYOR'S REPORT — Mayor Wheeler <br />• Introduced Caroline Stein, Washington State Science & Engineering Fair who announced <br />the "Mayor's Challenge" with details available soon on the City's website; and <br />recognized the students in attendance who participated in the WSSEF; <br />• Brought forward Kathleen Cahall, Water Resources Manager, who thanked Mayor Wheeler <br />for declaring Drinking Water Week from May 6 through 12; and announced that volunteers <br />are welcome for the Sinclair Inlet Clean -Up on Saturday, April 28 from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM <br />in Bremerton and Port Orchard; <br />• Invited Sarah Achaoui, Community Development Block Grant Administrator, to make an <br />announcement that the 2019 CDBG/HOME Policy Plan is available on the City's website and <br />public comments are welcome until May 11. <br />PUBLIC RECOGNITION <br />Terry Fessner requested that Mayor and Council Members meet with the Kitsap Regional Library to <br />determine what portion of the funding from the library levy will be available to the downtown branch; <br />commented on the lack of consistency with the library business hours; thanked the City for <br />responding to his concerns about the lack of functional lights at East Park; and asked that Council to <br />amend their 2018 Goals to pro -actively address growth and ferry service. <br />CONSENT AGENDA <br />5A — Claims & Check Register: Check Numbers 378341 through 378612, and EFT -V18398 <br />through EFT -V18449 in the amount of $1,975,458.59; Regular Payroll for the pay period <br />ending March 31, 2018 in the amount of $806,505.57; and Regular Payroll (Pay Outs & <br />Corrections) for the pay period ending March 31, 2018 in the amount of $2,206.09 <br />51113 — Minutes of Meeting — April 4, 2018 <br />5C — Minutes of Study Session — April 11, 2018 <br />5D— Mutual Aid & Assistance Agreement to establish a State of Washington Intrastate Water/ <br />Wastewater Agency Response Network (WARN) <br />5E — Goods & Services Agreement with L2 Systems, LLC for Water System "Supervisory Control <br />and Data Acquisition" (SCADA) Lifecycle Upgrade <br />5F — Contract Award to NOVA Contracting, Inc. for Replacement of the Oyster Bay Avenue <br />South 24 -Inch Transmission Main <br />5G — Interlocal Agreement with Olympic College for Engineering and Architectural Design Services <br />for Improvements to the 16th Street Main Entrance to Olympic College and along SR303 <br />