City Beat Updated for November 22, 2016

Black Diamond                    

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Due to Councilmember Pat Pepper choosing not to attend the Thursday, November 17, City Council meeting, a Continued Meeting has been scheduled for Tuesday, November 29, beginning at 7 p.m.

Mayor Carol Benson presided over the Thursday, November 3, City Council meeting with all Councilmembers present.

Resolution No. 16-1129, authorizing the Mayor to sign the collective bargaining Agreement between the City of Black Diamond and Black Diamond Police Officers Association along with the Memorandum of Understanding. Passed 5-0

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Continuation: Proposed Resolution regarding 2017 Stormwater Management Program. Motion to move to Committee passed 3-2 (Edelman, Deady voting no)

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Ordinance granting Franchise Agreement with CCD Black Diamond Partners, LLC.

Motion to postpone to November 17 meeting passed 5-0.

Motion to refer to committee passed 3-2 (Edelman, Deady voting no)

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Ordinance granting Franchise Agreement with Astound Broadband, LLC.

Motion to postpone to November 17 meeting passed 5-0.

Motion to refer to committee passed 3-2 (Edelman, Deady voting no)

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Resolution authorizing a PSA with RH2 to serve as Civil Engineering Consultant to Water and Sewer Utilities.

Motion to refer to committee passed 3-2 (Edelman, Deady voting no)

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Resolution regarding contracting policies.

Motion to move to committee passed 4-1 (Deady voting no)

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Resolution authorizing Interlocal Agreement with Association of Washington Cities Risk Management Service Agency (AWC RMSA).

Motion to postpone to November 17 meeting passed 5-0.

Motion to refer to committee passed 3-2 (Edelman, Deady voting no)

Maple Valley

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Mayor Sean Kelly presided over the Monday, November 14, City Council meeting with one Councilmember (Burberry) absent.

Ordinance No. O-16-599, amending Section 2.90.075 of the Maple Valley

Municipal Code entitled “Continuity of Government” and adopting the 2016 updated Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan (CEMP). Passed 6-0

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Ordinance No. O-16-603, relating to establishing interim regulations related to Low Impact Development (LID) principles and best management practices (PMPS) applicable for Title 12 and Title 13. Passed 6-0

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Ordinance No. O-16-604, providing for the form of the ballot proposition and specifying certain other details concerning submission to the qualified electors of the District at a Special Election to be held therein on February 14, 2017, of a proposition for the issuance of its general obligation bonds in the aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $14,700,000, or so much thereof as may be issued under the laws governing the indebtedness of cities for the purpose of providing funds to construct, develop, equip, upgrade, and improve park and recreation facilities, and levy excess property taxes to pay the bonds. Passed 6-0

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Resolution No. R-16-1113, constituting final acceptance of the Public Works   Construction Contract S-10 2016 miscellaneous drainage improvements and water quality retrofits and authorizing staff to close out the contract with Iron Creek Construction, LLC. Passed 6-0

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Resolution No. R-16-1114, constituting final acceptance of the Public Works Construction Contract S-12, Fernwood Estates Drainage Improvement Project, and authorizing staff to close out the contract with Iron Creek Construction, LLC. Passed 6-0

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Resolution No. R-16-1115, authorizing the City Manager to enter into a Partnership Agreement with the Port of Seattle for 2016 Economic Development promotion within Maple Valley. Passed 6-0

Metropolitan King County Council

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Monday, November 14 2017-2018 BUDGET: Unanimous adoption of the 2017‑2018 Biennial Budget (Substitute Ordinance 2016-0475.2) for more information on the budget, go to the Council’s Budget Web Page.

MENTAL ILLNESS AND DRUG DEPENDENCY: Unanimous approval of the mental illness and drug dependency service improvement plan to guide the investment of mental illness and drug dependency sales tax revenue (Substitute Ordinance 2016-0427.3)

Unanimous approval to revising the King County mental illness and drug dependency policy goals (Ordinance 2016-0428).

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PARENTAL LEAVE: Approved establishing a paid parental leave program for employees eligible for leave benefits (Substitute Ordinance 2016-0463.2).

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FERRY RATES: Approved revising passenger ferry fares (Substitute Ordinance 2016-0481.2).

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