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Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final-revised
Meeting date/time: 10/11/2018 7:00 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: 2nd Floor, City Hall
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18-5613 1  Agenda ItemCOUNCIL MINUTES, SEPTEMBER 20, 2018 WORKSHOP COUNCIL MINUTES, SEPTEMBER 27, 2018 REGULAR MEETING   Action details Not available
18-5572 1 PROCLAMATION: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AWARENESS MONTH - OCTOBER 2018ProclamationPROCLAMATION: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AWARENESS MONTH - OCTOBER 2018   Action details Not available
18-5616 1 PROCLAMATION: LONGVIEW-WAKO SISTER CITY FRIENDSHIP DECLARATIONProclamationPROCLAMATION: LONGVIEW-WAKO SISTER CITY FRIENDSHIP 2018   Action details Not available
18-5615 1  Agenda ItemPARKS & RECREATION: COMMUNITY ADVOCATE AWARD SUMMARY STATEMENT: The City of Longview Parks & Recreation Department goal of the Community Advocate Award is to recognize community members who support the mission of Longview Parks and Recreation to build a healthy Longview community. To be considered for the Award, the department created the following criteria: · May be involved in Longview Parks & Recreation but must be involved in additional activities outside of the department · Majority of advocacy must benefit City of Longview Residents. · Recipients work must align with our mission · Priority for award goes to those that deal with a vulnerable population · Advocate must volunteer. Award may be given to a person based on their paid job position, but they must also volunteer in some capacity. This Fall, the City of Longview Parks and Recreation Department decided to recognize, Erika Quiroz, Cary Bellows & Juice Quiroz of Radical Love. These individuals have been chosen because they enhance the quality of life for residents and inspire us every day with their passion and com   Action details Not available
18-5609 1  Agenda ItemRESOLUTION 2278: A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF LONGVIEW RATIFYING AND CONFIRMING THE DECLARATION OF EMERGENCY PROCLAMATION - STATE OF CIVIL EMERGENCY, AS SIGNED BY THE CITY MANAGER ON OCTOBER 2, 2018, PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 10.60 LMC COUNCIL STRATEGIC INITIATIVE ADDRESSED: Address quality of place issues CITY ATTORNEY REVIEW: REQUIRED SUMMARY STATEMENT: The City Manager has determined that there are conditions that threaten to result in the destruction of, or damage to, property. LMC 10.60.010 authorizes the City Manager to declare a civil emergency under such conditions. He did so on October 2nd. LMC 10.60.015 requires that this declaration of emergency be ratified by the Council or it will have no further force or effect. The proposed resolution is the instrument by which the Council can take action to ratify the City Manager’s declaration of an emergency. RECOMMENDED ACTION: Motion to approve Resolution No. 2278.approvedPass Action details Not available
18-5610 1  Agenda ItemCONCERNING INITIATIVE MEASURE NO 1631, FILED MARCH 13, 2018 AN ACT RELATING TO REDUCING POLLUTION BY INVESTING IN CLEAN AIR, CLEAN ENERGY, CLEAN WATER, HEALTHY FORESTS, AND HEALTHY COMMUNITIES BY IMPOSING A FEE ON LARGE EMITTERS BASED ON THEIR POLLUTION; AND ADDING A NEW CHAPTER TO TITLE 70 RCW. INTRODUCED BY: Councilmember Mary Alice Wallis SUPPORTED BY: Mayor Pro-Tem Mike Wallin COUNCIL STRATEGIC INITIATIVE ADDRESSED: Continue effective financial management, strengthen economic conditions & create new opportunities, address quality of place issues, preserve and enhance neighborhoods and more. CITY ATTORNEY REVIEW: N/A SUMMARY STATEMENT: Initiative 1631 would impose a carbon tax of $15 per metric ton of CO2 emitted in Washington State, increasing by $2 per year plus inflation, to over $40 per metric ton in about ten years. Taxpayers would see the cost of the initiative primarily at the gas pump, in home heating costs, and on their electricity bills. This translates to between $234 and $305 for the average household in the first yeapprovedPass Action details Not available
18-5611 1  Agenda ItemHARLIE'S HOOPS BASKETBALL COURT PROJECT AT ELKS MEMORIAL PARK AT LAKE SACAJAWEA PARK AND ALLOCATION OF REMAINING FUNDS FROM THE NIEGHBORHOOD PARK GRANTapprovedPass Action details Not available
18-5612 1  Agenda ItemALLEY VACATION RECONSIDERATION   Action details Not available
18-5614 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: FIRST HALF OCTOBER 2018 ACCOUNTS PAYABLE: $1,188,939.39 SECOND HALF SEPTEMBER 2018 PAYROLL: $83,520.53, checks no. 23-44 $710,275.80, direct deposits $964,667.38, wire transfers $1,758,463.71 Total STAFF CONTACT: Kaylee Cody, City Clerk John Baldwin, Fiscal Analyst Chresta Larson, Human Resources Specialist   Action details Not available
PROJ #105 1 PROJECT COMPLETION - COLUMBIA HEIGHTS ROAD SLIDE REPAIRProject CertificationPROJECT COMPLETION - COLUMBIA HEIGHTS ROAD SLIDE REPAIR   Action details Not available
18-5617 1  Agenda ItemLONGVIEW POLICE GUILD, JANUARY 1, 2019 - DECEMBER 31, 2021 COUNCIL STRATEGIC INITIATIVE ADDRESSED: Continue effective financial management CITY ATTORNEY REVIEW: REQUIRED SUMMARY STATEMENT: On September 10, 2018 the Longview Police Guild and the City reached Tentative Agreement on a 2019-2021 Collective Bargaining Agreement. Multiple articles in the contract were opened for review and some language changes to clarify/improve the contract were made. The Longview Police Guild notified the City of its 58 member ratification on October 2, 2018. The contract provides for a wage increase as follows: Effective January 1, 2019: A general wage increase of 3.0%. For year 2020: A general wage increase of 3.0%%. For year 2021: A general wage increase of 3.0% Additionally, all Guild members will remain on either the AWC/Regence or Kaiser Permanente High Deductible Healthcare Plans with a 5% employee contribution of the premium. Members who opt-out of City paid medical insurance will receive $750 per month to a perso   Action details Not available