City Beat Updated 6-19-18

Black Diamond                    

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Mayor Carol Benson presided over the Thursday, June 7, City Council meeting with all Councilmembers present.

Ordinance No. 18-1105, authorizing the re-establishment of a non-exclusive, ten-year franchise with Puget Sound Energy, Inc., to provide electric service within the City limits; providing for severability; and establishing an effective date. Passed 5-0

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Ordinance No. 18-1101, granting to CCD Black Diamond Partners LLC, Ten Trails Community Council, and Ten Trails Residential Owners Association a non-exclusive franchise to use and occupy certain public rights-of-way for the purpose of constructing, maintaining, and operating private storm drainage systems, including rain gardens and bio retention systems; irrigation systems, including reclaimed water distribution; landscape lighting; private sanitary sewer systems; and appurtenances. Passed 5-0

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Resolution No. 18-1251, approving the Acquisition of a Utilities Easement for Water at Black Diamond Elementary. Passed 5-0

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Resolution No. 18-1250, accepting Dedication of Public Rights-of-Way in Ten Trails Plan 1A Division 1 and Plat 2C Division 1. Passed 5-0

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Resolution No. 18-1249, adopting the 2019-2024 Six Year Transportation Improvement Program. Passed 5-0

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Motion to release Oak Pointe letter of credit. Passed 5-0

Maple Valley

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Mayor Sean Kelly presided over the Monday, June 11, Special City Council meeting with all Councilmembers present.

Resolution No. R-18-1252, authorizing the City Manager to enter into a Service Level Agreement with the State of Washington, Office of the Secretary of State, Archives and Records Management Division for Records Management and Imaging Service. Passed 7-0

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Resolution No. R-18-1251 accepting the right-of-way Dedications for the construction of the SE 240th Round-A-Bout and 228th Avenue SE Boulevard collector. Passed 7-0

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Resolution No. R-18-1250 authorizing the City Manager to execute Amendment No. 3 to Public Works Contract C-17-1351 with Transpo Group USA Inc., for Construction Support Services for Project Number T-42, SR 516 and 218th Avenue SE intersection. Passed 7-0

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Resolution No. R-18-1249 authorizing the City Manager to execute a Public Works Contract with Welwest Construction Inc., for construction of Project number T-42 SR 516 and 218th Avenue SE intersection Improvement Project. Passed 7-0

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Resolution No. R-18-1243, authorizing the City Manager to direct staff to notice the Public Hearing for the Fiscal Year 2019-2024 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP). Passed 7-0

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Motion to approve to offer a salary to Ms. Walker above the mid-point of the salary range for the GIS Manager position.

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Motion to form new committee, Communications Committee. Passed 7-0

Motion to appoint Sean Kelly, Les Burberry and Syd Dawson to the committee. Passed 7-0

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Motion for the Council to recess the month of August, except for the Town Hall meeting on Monday, August 27, 2018. Passed 7-0.

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Motion to approve the 2018 City Manager goals and objectives.  Passed 7-0.

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