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Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 4/27/2017 7:00 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: 2nd Floor, City Hall
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Minutes Minutes  
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17-4840 1  Agenda ItemINVOCATION Invocation to be provided by Dave Williamson, Construction Workers Christian Fellowship   Action details Not available
17-4838 1  Agenda ItemCOUNCIL MINUTES, APRIL 13, 2017   Action details Not available
11. A 2 MAYOR'S REPORTAgenda ItemMAYOR'S REPORT   Action details Not available
11. B 1  Agenda ItemCOUNCILMEMBERS' REPORTS   Action details Not available
17-4839 1  Agenda ItemAPPROVAL OF CLAIMS Based upon the authentication and certification of claims and demands against the city, prepared and signed by the City’s auditing officer, and in full reliance thereon, it is moved and seconded as shown in the minutes of this meeting that the following vouchers/warrants are approved for payment: SECOND HALF APRIL 2017 ACCOUNTS PAYABLE: $1,237,683.41 FIRST HALF APRIL 2017 PAYROLL: $4,517.73, checks no. 206903-206906 $685,278.23, direct deposits $459,206.83, wire transfers $1,149,002.79 Total STAFF CONTACT: Kaylee Cody, City Clerk John Baldwin, Fiscal Analyst Jackie Rodgers, Human Resources Specialist   Action details Not available
17-4841 1  Agenda ItemLIABILITY CLAIMS/LAWSUITS The claim(s)/lawsuit(s) listed below was/were received by the City. Where applicable, the claim(s)/lawsuit(s) have been/are being researched and/or reviewed by Washington Cities Insurance Authority (WCIA). The claim(s)/lawsuit(s) status is/are as follows: NEW: Sidney Morton, DOI: 03/02/2017. Claimant alleges costs incurred related to a trip-and-fall on the steps in front of City Hall. Jean O'Dell, DOI: 03/01/2017. Claimant alleges costs incurred related to sewer blockage. Orba Nasvall, DOI: 03/28/2017. Claimant alleges costs incurred related to sewer blockage. DENIED: Beatriz DelaRosa, DOI: 03/05/2017. Claimant alleges costs incurred related to damage caused by pothole in street. Scott Allen, DOI: 03/04/2017. Claimant alleges damage to his water heater caused by silica in the city water supply. Sidney Morton, DOI: 03/02/2017. Claimant alleges costs incurred related to a trip-and-fall on the steps in front of City Hall. SETTLED: James Hill, DOI: 02/06/2017. Claimant alleges costs incurred related to sewer blockage. STAF   Action details Not available
RS 17 2218 1 RESOLUTION NO. 2218 - INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT WITH WASHINGTON STATE DEPARTMENT OF LICENSING TO COLLECT TRANSPORTATION BENEFIT DISTRICT VEHICLE LICENSE FEEResolutionRESOLUTION NO. 2218 - INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT WITH WASHINGTON STATE DEPARTMENT OF LICENSING TO COLLECT TRANSPORTATION BENEFIT DISTRICT VEHICLE LICENSE FEE   Action details Not available
17-4835 1  Agenda ItemRESOLUTION NO. 2219 -SURPLUS PROPERTY COUNCIL INITIATIVE ADDRESSED: Effective Financial Management CITY ATTORNEY REVIEW: REQUIRED or N/A Required SUMMARY STATEMENT: The equipment identified in Exhibit “A” of the attached resolution has been determined by staff to be no longer needed. Before these items can be sold, traded-in, or otherwise disposed of, they must be declared surplus. This resolution will declare these items surplus and authorize the City Manager to sell or otherwise dispose of it. RECOMMENDED ACTION: Adopt the resolution declaring the equipment identified in Exhibit “A” surplus and authorize the City Manger to sell or dispose of it in the most advantageous manner. STAFF CONTACT: Dan Zenger, Fleet/Facilities Maintenance Manager   Action details Not available
17-4829 1  AgreementRECIPROCAL BORROWING AGREEMENT WITH THE FORT VANCOUVER REGIONAL LIBRARY DISTRICT COUNCIL STRATEGIC INITIATIVE ADDRESSED: Council Initiative: Quality of Place CITY ATTORNEY REVIEW: REQUIRED SUMMARY STATEMENT: The Longview Public Library and the Fort Vancouver Regional Library District (FVRL) have had a reciprocal borrowing agreement for over 20 years that allows residents of Longview, and residents of the Cowlitz County Partial-County Rural Library District to get a reciprocal library card with FVRL. It also allows residents of the three counties that make up FVRL (Clark, Skamania, and Klickitat), as well as residents of the City of Woodland and the Yale Valley Library District to get a reciprocal library card with Longview. This is a continuation of this existing agreement. RECOMMENDED ACTION: Approve the agreement to continue Reciprocal Borrowing with the Fort Vancouver Regional Library District and to authorize the City Manager to sign said agreement. STAFF CONTACT: Chris Skaugset, Library Director   Action details Not available
17-4833 2 APPROVE PURCHASE OF LOT NO. 1 OF THE VILLAGE AT OVERLOOK PUDAgenda ItemAPPROVE PURCHASE OF LOT NO. 1 OF THE VILLAGE AT OVERLOOK PUD   Action details Not available
17-4836 1  Agenda ItemLONGVIEW PARKS & RECREATION ANNUAL REPORT 2016 COUNCIL STRATEGIC INITIATIVE ADDRESSED: Address Quality of Place Issues Preserve and Enhance Neighborhoods Continue Effective Financial Management Create New Opportunities CITY ATTORNEY REVIEW: N/A SUMMARY STATEMENT: Director of Parks and Recreation, Jennifer Wills, will present the 2016 Annual Report for the City of Longview Parks and Recreation Department. RECOMMENDED ACTION: Presentation STAFF CONTACT: Jennifer Wills, Director   Action details Not available
17-4842 1  Agenda Item2016 GENERAL FUND YEAR-END FINANCIAL REPORT COUNCIL STRATEGIC INITIATIVE ADDRESSED: Continue effective financial management STAFF CONTACT: Kurt Sacha, Finance Director   Action details Not available
17-4828 1  Liquor LicenseWASHINGTON LIQUOR AND CANNABIS BOARD REQUESTS   Action details Not available
17-4824 1 Parks & Recreation Advisory Board Minutes 02.27.2017Agenda ItemPARKS & RECREATION ADVISORY BOARD MINUTES 02.27.2017   Action details Not available
17-4823 1 Mint Valley Golf Advisory Board Meeting Minutes 10.19.16Agenda ItemMINT VALLEY GOLF ADVISORY BOARD MEETING MINUTES 10.19.16   Action details Not available