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Preliminary Council Agenda  Monday, August 28, 2017
Public Hearing on Nuisance Code
911 Day of Service Update
Strategic Planning Discussion

      August, 24 2017

     Preliminary agendas are subject to last minute changes. Regular meetings are scheduled for the second and fourth Monday of each month. Council meetings are held in the Community Center, 305 Center Street West. Regular meetings begin at 7 p.m. Current council members are: Bill Dunn; Jennie Hannah; Bob Thomas; James Schrimpsher and Bob Walter. Mike Schaub is mayor.

           Consent Agenda: Minutes from August 14, 2017 council meeting
                                             Payroll - 26061 through 26067 -   $ 73,579.86
                                             Claims - 36658 through 36687 -    129,289.18
                                                                                                  
$202,869.04

      August 14, 2017 meeting minutes - http://eatonville-wa.gov/files/u2/082817_minutes_8-14-17.pdf

      Unfinished Business:

     A. Ordinance 2017-9 (Second Reading) amending Chapter 8.08 of the Eatonville  ( Whereas, pursuant to RCW 35.27.410 the town may regulate nuisances which occur within the town and Municipal Code (EMC) regarding nuisances. (The EMC contains chapters dealing with General Nuisances, Junk Vehicles, Public Noise Nuisances and a General Penalty...(these chapters are referred to as the "Nuisance Code") which prohibits certain conduct within the town and provides penalties for violations...law enforcement and town officials charged with enforcing the Nuisance Code difficult to interpret and therefor difficult to enforce. In an effort to clarify the Nuisance Code...will be served by amending the EMC. Supporting Documents - http://eatonville-wa.gov/files/u2/082817_2017-9.pdf)

      New Business:

     A. 911 Day of Service Update

      B. Strategic Planning Discussion

    

    See entire council packet including department reports, consent agenda, claims, payroll, transaction journal and check register - http://eatonville-wa.gov/node/498

 



Council Agenda and Actions
Monday, August 14, 2017
Public Hearing on Nuisance Code
Flood Damage Prevention
Hiring Parametrix at $2,000 Per Month
Accepting Bid for Washington Avenue/SR 161 Construction

     August, 11 2017

     Preliminary agendas are subject to last minute changes. Regular meetings are scheduled for the second and fourth Monday of each month. Council meetings are held in the Community Center, 305 Center Street West. Regular meetings begin at 7 p.m. Current council members are: Bill Dunn; Jennie Hannah; Bob Thomas; James Schrimpsher and Bob Walter. Mike Schaub is mayor.

           Consent Agenda: Minutes from July 24, 2017 council meeting
                                             Payroll - 26054 through 26060 -   $ 73,985.09
                                             Claims - 36610 through 36657 -    137,404.89
                                                                                                  
$211,389.98

      July 24, 2017 meeting minutes - http://www.eatonville-wa.gov/files/u6/081417_Minutes_072417.pdf

     (Consent agenda passed unanimously.

      Unfinished Business: None

      New Business:

     A. Ordinance 2017- 9 PUBLIC HEARING (First Reading) amending Chapter 8.08 of the Eatonville Municipal Code (EMC) regarding nuisances. (The EMC contains chapters dealing with General Nuisances, Junk Vehicles, Public Noise Nuisances and a General Penalty...(these chapters are referred to as the "Nuisance Code") which prohibits certain conduct within the town and provides penalties for violations...law enforcement and town officials charged with enforcing the Nuisance Code difficult to interpret and therefor difficult to enforce. In an effort to clarify the Nuisance Code...will be served by amending the EMC. Supporting Documents - http://www.eatonville-wa.gov/files/u6/081417_Ordinance_2017-9.pdf.)(Passed unanimously.)

    B. Ordinance 2017-10 (First Reading) adopting regulations regarding flood damage preventions by amending EMC Chapter 15.16 "critical areas" and adding a new Chapter 15,24 "Flood Damage Prevention. (The town is mandated by FEMA to adopt floodplain management measures that meet or exceed the minimum National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) requirements...the town needs to adopt permanent flood damage prevention regulations - Supporting Documents - http://www.eatonville-wa.gov/files/u6/081417_Ordinance_2017-10.pdf.) (Passed unanimously.)

 
    C. Resolution 2017-X approving a Professional Services agreement with Parametrix, Inc. (Parametrix Inc. shall provide on-call professional services for the town upon request...compensation for these services shall not exceed $2,000 per month...Supporting Documents - http://www.eatonville-wa.gov/files/u6/081417_Resolution_2017-X.pdf.) (Passed unanimously.)

    D. Resolution-Y awarding a bid for construction SR/161 Washington  Avenue North  corridor streetscape project to Northeast Electric, LLC. (The primary goal of the project is to provide and upgrade pedestrian features and amenities from the intersection of Lynch Creek Road/SR 161 to Center Street/SR 161, as well as to provide architectural and landscape amenities throughout the corridor...the project is funded by state and federal grants with the fiscal impact to the town of $87,440...the town solicited bids for the work according to state bid laws and the lowest responsible bid was received from Northeast Electric, LLC in the amount of $841,240...Supporting Documents - http://www.eatonville-wa.gov/files/u6/081417_Resolution_2017-Y.pdf) (Passed unanimously.)

    See entire council packet including department reports, consent agenda, claims, payroll, transaction journal and check register - http://www.eatonville-wa.gov/node/497.

 



Council Agenda and Actions
Monday, July 24, 2017
 Buy New Cop Car for $44,000
Spot Emergency Road Paving
New Cleaning Service for Town

       July 22, 2017

     Preliminary agendas are subject to last minute changes. Regular meetings are scheduled for the second and fourth Monday of each month. Council meetings are held in the Community Center, 305 Center Street West. Regular meetings begin at 7 p.m. Current council members are: Bill Dunn; Jennie Hannah; Bob Thomas; James Schrimpsher and Bob Walter. Mike Schaub is mayor.

           Consent Agenda: Minutes from July 10, 2017 council meeting
                                             Payroll - 26045 through 26053 -   $89,944.85
                                             Claims - 36531 through 36569 -    188,155.37
                                                                                                  
$278,100.2 

      July 10, 2017 meeting minutes - http://www.eatonville-wa.gov/files/u6/072417_Minutes_7-10-17_0.pdf

      (Consent agenda passed unanimously.)

      Unfinished Business: None

      New Business:

     A. Ordinance 2017-4 (First Reading) Authorizing the acquistion of personal property and execution of a financing contract and related documentation relating to the acquisition of said personal property. (Council voted four to one to reject Resolution 2017-U approving purchase of a 2014 Chevrolet Tahoe Police vehicle for $8.500 - Councilmember Bob Walter voted "Yes" to the purchase. Shrimpsher talked to the others into spending $44,000 on a new vehicle - spending another $35,500 of tax payers money. Supporting Documents - http://www.eatonville-wa.gov/files/u6/072417_Ordinance_2017-4.pdf ) (Passed unanimously.)

    B. Resolution 2017-V (First Reading) approving a small works construction project with Town & Country Paving for Emergency Paving repairs. (The town has identified 9,300 square feet of patchwork repairs to done on streets throughout the town at various locations...the council approved Resolution 2017-R accepting a grant from the Transportation Improvement Board to be used for emergency pavement repair projects at various locations in the amount of $28,700...Town & Country Paving on the small business roster was the lowest bidder at $30,104 including sales tax - Supporting Documents - http://www.eatonville-wa.gov/files/u6/072417_Resolution_2017-V.pdf) (Passed unanimously.)

 
    C. Resolution 2017-U approving a contract for janitorial services with Northwest Cleaning Service.
NW Cleaning has submitted a proposal to perform janitorial services for the town in the sum of $1,800 monthly, with call-in cleaning at a rate of $30 per hour...Supporting Documents - http://www.eatonville-wa.gov/files/u6/072417_Resolution_2017-W.pdf) (Passed unanimously.)
    See entire council packet including department reports, consent agenda, claims, payroll, transaction journal and check register -http://www.eatonville-wa.gov/node/496

 



Council Agenda and Actions
Monday, July 10, 2017
  Junk Vehicle Violations, Park Violations, Trail Violations, Purchase of Used Police Vehicle by EPD

      July 7, 2017

     Preliminary agendas are subject to last minute changes. Regular meetings are scheduled for the second and fourth Monday of each month. Council meetings are held in the Community Center, 305 Center Street West. Regular meetings begin at 7 p.m. Current council members are: Bill Dunn; Jennie Hannah; Bob Thomas; James Schrimpsher and Bob Walter. Mike Schaub is mayor.

           Consent Agenda: Minutes from June 26, 2017 council meeting
                                             Payroll - 26038 through 26044 - $  75,109.50
                                             Claims - 36531 through 36569 -     73,640.46
                                                                                                  
$148,749.76

     (Mayor Mike Schaub was absent, pro tem Bob Thomas conducted the meeting.)

      June 26, 2017 meeting minutes - http://eatonville-wa.gov/files/u2/071017_minutes_6-26-17.pdf

      Unfinished Business: None

      New Business:

     A. Ordinance 2017-6 (First Reading) amending Chapter 8.09.040 of the Eatonville Municipal Code (EMC) regarding junk vehicles violations. (Town police have had trouble enforcing the old EMC Chapter and town wants to streamline the law. One or more junk vehicles which have been accumulated, dismantled, parked, placed or stored on private property is declared a public nuisance which is subject to the enforcement, penalty, removal and abatement procedures in this chapter and as provided by state law...Supporting Documents including penalties - http://eatonville-wa.gov/files/u2/071017_2017-6.pdf ) (Passed unanimously.)

    B. Ordinance 2017-7 (First Reading) amending EMC regarding park violations and Section 12.20.130 regarding park hours.(Eatonville parks shall open and close in accordance  with the  following schedule unless otherwise permitted by the town council or mayor or his/her designee: A. Skateboard Park shall be open at 5 a.m. and close at dusk. B. Community Center - as authorized by lease or arrangement with the mayor or his/her designee. C. All other parks shall be open at 5 a.m. and close at dusk...Supporting Documents - http://eatonville-wa.gov/files/u2/071017_2017-7.pdf) (Passed unanimously.)

.
.  C. Ordinance 2017-8 (First Reading) amending EMC Section 12.21.060 regarding trail violations. (Definition of parks - Supporting Documents - http://eatonville-wa.gov/files/u2/071017_2017-8.pdf) (Passed unanimously.)
  
    D. Resolution 2017-U approving the purchase of police vehicle. (The Pierce County Sheriff's Department is the owner of a 2014 Chevrolet Tahoe Police Vehicle that is surplus to their needs, and the Eatonville Police Department is in need of an additional vehicle - the Chevy Tahoe will fit the needs of the EPD and comes equipped with all the police equipment - EPD will need to install their radio, computer mount, rifle rack and restripe the vehicle - EPD wished to purchase the Chevy Tahoe for $8,500 - Supporting Documents - http://eatonville-wa.gov/files/u2/071017_2017-U.pdf)  (Council voted four to one to reject Resolution 2017-U approving purchase of a 2014 Chevrolet Tahoe Police vehicle for $8.500 - Councilmember Bob Walter voted "Yes" to the purchase. Shrimpsher talked  the others into spending $44,000 on a new vehicle - spending another $35,500 of tax payers money.
    See entire council packet including department reports, consent agenda, claims, payroll, transaction journal and check register -http://eatonville-wa.gov/node/495 .

 



 Council Agenda and Actions
Monday, June 26, 2017
 Public Hearing First Reading Extending 2014 Marijuana Moratorium for Another Six Months Raising Electric Rates Surplus 1998 Vehicle to Sell to Another Town Department

      June 21, 2017

     Preliminary agendas are subject to last minute changes. Regular meetings are scheduled for the second and fourth Monday of each month. Council meetings are held in the Community Center, 305 Center Street West. Regular meetings begin at 7 p.m. Current council members are: Bill Dunn; Jennie Hannah; Bob Thomas; James Schrimpsher and Bob Walter. Mike Schaub is mayor.

           Consent Agenda: Minutes from June 12, 2017 council meeting
                                             Payroll - 26031 through 26037 - $  73,107.06
                                             Claims - 36493 through 36530 -   175,211.42
                                                                                                  
$248,318.84

      June 12, 2017 meeting minutes - http://eatonville-wa.gov/files/u2/062617_minutes_6-12-17.pdf

     (Consent agenda passed unanimously.)

      Unfinished Business: None

      New Business:

     A. Resolution 2017-R approving and accepting the State of Washington  Transportation Improvement Board 2017 Emergency Pavement Repair Project Grant Agreement with the Transportation Improvement Board. (The town has been awarded a grant from the TIB in the amount of $28,700 to be used for emergency pavement repair projects at various locations...Supporting documents - http://eatonville-wa.gov/files/u2/062617_2017-R.pdf) (Passed unanimously.)

    B. Resolution 2017-S setting the rates for electric service, energy and demand and repealing Resolution No. 2016-R. (The town voted to increase electric rates in July 2015...before that rates hadn't ben increased since 2004...Based on the Public Utilities Committee recommend an additional review of the Electric Fund for ongoing stability in the Spring of 2017...the proposed increases are consistent with the town's 10-year Electric Utility Strategic Plan prepared by EES Consulting....if adopted the rate increase will be effective August 1, 2017...Supporting documents - http://eatonville-wa.gov/files/u2/062617_2016-S.pdf) (Passed unanimously.)

.
.  C. Resolution 2017- T declaring certain property as surplus and authorizing its sale. (The Eatonville Fire Department has a 1998 Ford Expedition that is surplus to the Department's needs...the water, sewer and light departments would like to purchase the vehicle for $1,200 which is equal to, or greater, than the fair market value when taking the condition of the vehicle into consideration...Supporting documents - http://eatonville-wa.gov/files/u2/062617_2017-T.pdf) (Passed unanimously.)
 
    D.  Ordinance 2017-5 (PUBLIC HEARING - FIRST READING) extending for six months a moratorium on the establishment, location, operation, licensing, or maintenance of facilities, businesses, or any other activities involving the production, processing, or retail sale of recreational marijuana or marijuana-infused products. (On June 9, 2013 the town council adopted Ordinance No. 2014-13 the interim regulations for an additional six months, and interim have been adopted every six months since then...Supporting documents - http://eatonville-wa.gov/files/u2/062617_2017-5.pdf) (Passed three to two with Hannah, Dunn and Walter voting against extending moratorium - Shrimpsher and Thomas voting "Yes" to extend moratorium. Since the Ordinance failed at First Reading it is considered "lost" and there will be no Second Reading.)

    E. Elect Mayor Pro Tem and Alternate - Councilmember Bob Thomas elected as Mayor Pro Tem and Councilmember Bob Walter elected as Alternate.

 

    See entire council packet including department reports, consent agenda, claims, payroll, transaction journal and check register -http://eatonville-wa.gov/node/493.

 



Council Agenda and Actions
Monday, June 12, 2017
 Rodknockers, Bonneville Power, Construction Contract for Washington Avenue "Streetscape," Flood Control and Solid Waste...

      June 9, 2017

     Preliminary agendas are subject to last minute changes. Regular meetings are scheduled for the second and fourth Monday of each month. Council meetings are held in the Community Center, 305 Center Street West. Regular meetings begin at 7 p.m. Current council members are: Bill Dunn; Jennie Hannah; Bob Thomas; James Schrimpsher and Bob Walter. Mike Schaub is mayor.

           Consent Agenda: Minutes from May 22, 2017 council meeting
                                             Payroll - 26016 through 26023 - $  71,711.07
                                             Payroll - 26024 through 26030 -     74,740.66
                                             Claims - 36449 through 36492 -    184,284.29
                                                                                                  
$330,736.02

       (Consent agenda passed unanimously.)

      May 22, 2017 meeting minutes - http://eatonville-wa.gov/files/u2/061217_Minutes_5-22-17.pdf

      Unfinished Business: None

      New Business:

     A. Rodknockers presentation.

     B. Paul Munz with Bonneville Power Association presentation.

      C. Resolution 2017-N approving supplemental agreement Number 6 of the State Road 161 Washington Avenue North corridor streetscape project for construction contract management.

(On August 25, 2011 the town entered into a Local Agency Agreement with the Washington State Department of Transportation for the State Route (SR) 161 Washington Avenue North Corridor Streetscape and Design Project. KPG, P.S. is the contractor performing the work...the primary goal of the project is to provide and upgrade the pedestrian features and amenities from the Intersection of Lynch Creek Road/SR 161 and Center Street/SR 161 as well as to provide architectural and landscape amenities throughout the corridor...the project is funded partially by the town and partially by federal grants...) Supporting Documents - http://eatonville-wa.gov/files/u2/061217_2017-N.pdf. (Passed unanimously.)
 
    D. Resolution 2017-O authorizing the mayor to execute and Interlocal Agreement with the Pierce County Flood Control Zone District for opportunity fund projects. (The Pierce County Control District sets aside ten percent of the District's annual levy proceed for an Opportunity Fund that is made available to jurisdictions throughout the District on a proportional basis, based on an assessed property - the fund was established to help jurisdictions fund activities related to flood control and stormwater related to projects, along with watershed management activities, studies and plans which further projects...between 2013 and 2017, the total set aside for the fund is $3,389,072.76...the town's total of the fund is $8,966.56...) Supporting Documents - http://eatonville-wa.gov/files/u2/061217_2017-O.pdf. (Passed unanimously.)
  
    E. Resolution 2017-P adopting the 2016 supplement to the 2000 Tacoma=Pierce County Solid Waste Management Plan and recommitting the town to its partnership with Pierce County. (Chapter 70.95 RCW requires counties, in coordination with their cities and towns to adopt comprehensive solid waste plans for the management, handling and disposal of solid waste for twenty (20) years, and to review the plans every five (5) years as necessary...) Supporting Documents - http://eatonville-wa.gov/files/u2/061217_2017-P.pdf.(Consent agenda passed unanimously.)
    See entire council packet including department reports, consent agenda, claims, payroll, transaction journal and check register -http://eatonville-wa.gov/node/492.

 



Council Agenda and Actions
Monday, May 22, 2017
 One Agenda Item so Far
Confirmation of John E. Erickson II Appointment to Airport Commission

     May 20, 2017

     Preliminary agendas are subject to last minute changes. Regular meetings are scheduled for the second and fourth Monday of each month. Council meetings are held in the Community Center, 305 Center Street West. Regular meetings begin at 7 p.m. Current council members are: Bill Dunn; Jennie Hannah; Bob Thomas; James Schrimpsher and Bob Walter. Mike Schaub is mayor.

           Consent Agenda: Minutes from May 8, 2017 council meeting
                                             Payroll - 26016 through 26023 - $  71,711.07
                                             Claims - 36414 through 36448 -    415,858.22
                                                                                                  
$487,569.29

      May 8, 2017 meeting minutes - http://eatonville-wa.gov/files/u2/052217_minutes_5-8-17.pdf

     (Councilmember Jim Shrimpsher and Mayor Mke Schaub were absence - Jennie Hannah is mayor pro-tem...this left three council members to vote - the Consent Agenda passed unanimously.)

      Unfinished Business: None

      New Business:

     Transportation Benefit District Report - Supporting documents - http://eatonville-wa.gov/files/u2/052217_TBD_report.pdf

     A. Resolution 2017- O - Confirming the mayor's appointment of John E. Henricks II to the Airport Commission. (See John's application and resume in Supporting documents - http://eatonville-wa.gov/files/u2/052217_2017-O.pdf ) (Passed unanimously three to zero)

 

    See entire council packet including department reports, consent agenda, claims, payroll, transaction journal and check register -http://eatonville-wa.gov/node/491 

 



Council Agenda and Actions
Monday, May 8, 2017
 One Agenda Item so Far
Confirmation of Shelly Knick to
Planning Commission

     May 6, 2017

     Preliminary agendas are subject to last minute changes. Regular meetings are scheduled for the second and fourth Monday of each month. Council meetings are held in the Community Center, 305 Center Street West. Regular meetings begin at 7 p.m. Current council members are: Bill Dunn; Jennie Hannah; Bob Thomas; James Schrimpsher and Bob Walter. Mike Schaub is mayor.

           Consent Agenda: Minutes from April 24, 2017 council meeting
                                             Payroll - 26009 through 26015 - $  69,161.41
                                             Claims - 36383 through 36413 -     71,079.41
                                                                                                  
$140,240.82

      May 24, 2017 meeting minutes - http://eatonville-wa.gov/files/u2/050817_Minutes_4-24-17.pdf

      (Councilmember Bill Dunn had an excused absence - the Consent Agenda passed unanimously.)

     Unfinished Business: None

     New Business:

     A. Resolution 2017- Confirming the mayor's appointment of Planning Commission member Shelley Knick. )See supporting documents, including application and recommendation - http://eatonville-wa.gov/files/u2/050817_2017-M.pdf (Passed three to one with Councilmember Bob Thomas voting "No.")

 

 

    See entire council packet including department reports, consent agenda, claims, payroll, transaction journal and check register -http://eatonville-wa.gov/node/489

 



Council Agenda and Actions
Monday, April 24, 2017
 One Agenda Item so Far
6:45 Study Session to Review Additional Information Relating to Resolution 2017-6 Accepting Land Donation from Nisqually Land Trust

     April 21, 2017

     Preliminary agendas are subject to last minute changes. Regular meetings are scheduled for the second and fourth Monday of each month. Council meetings are held in the Community Center, 305 Center Street West. Regular meetings begin at 7 p.m. Current council members are: Bill Dunn; Jennie Hannah; Bob Thomas; James Schrimpsher and Bob Walter. Mike Schaub is mayor.

           Consent Agenda: Minutes from April 10, 2017 council meeting
                                             Payroll - 26002 through 26008 - $  68,372.74
                                             Claims - 36340 through 36382 -    216,148.67
                                                                                                  
$284.521.41

      April 10, 2017 meeting minutes - http://eatonville-wa.gov/files/u2/042417_minutes_4-10-17.pdf

      (Consent Agenda passed unanimously.)

      Unfinished Business: None

     New Business:

     B. Ordinance 2017-3 amending Eatonville Municipal Code (EMC) Section 13.18.010 relating to utility deposits. (Raising deposit from $400 to $500 - Supporting document - http://eatonville-wa.gov/files/u2/041017_2017-3.pdf ) (Passed unanimously)
 

    See entire council packet including department reports, consent agenda, claims, payroll, transaction journal and check register -http://eatonville-wa.gov/node/487
 


Council Agenda and Actions
Monday, April 10, 2017
Very Brief Agenda Once More
April 13 Proclaimed Cindy McTee Day
Donation of 4.8 acres by Nisqually Land Trust

     April 8, 2017

     Preliminary agendas are subject to last minute changes. Regular meetings are scheduled for the second and fourth Monday of each month. Council meetings are held in the Community Center, 305 Center Street West. Regular meetings begin at 7 p.m. Current council members are: Bill Dunn; Jennie Hannah; Bob Thomas; James Schrimpsher and Bob Walter. Mike Schaub is mayor.

           Consent Agenda: Minutes from March 27, 2017 council meeting
                                             Payroll - 25993 through  25999 - $ 75,807.28
                                             Claims - 36270 through 36298  -     96,701.38
                                                                                                  
$172,308.66

      March 27, 2017 meeting minutes - http://eatonville-wa.gov/files/u2/041017_3-27-17_Minutes.pdf 

      (Consent Agenda passed unanimously.)  

  (Resolution 2017-L accepting donation of land from Nisqually Land Trust...passed unanimously after 6:45 study session. See below for April 10 agenda.)

     Unfinished Business: None

     New Business:

    A. Proclamation proclaiming April 13, 2017 as Cindy McTee Day. (Learn why Cindy is being honored Here)

    B. Ordinance 2017-3 amending Eatonville Municipal Code (EMC) Section 13.18.010 relating to utility deposits. (Raising deposit from $400 to $500 - Supporting document - http://eatonville-wa.gov/files/u2/041017_2017-3.pdf ) (Passed Unanimously.)

 

   C. Resolution 2017-L authorizing the mayor to accept a donation of land from the Nisqually Land Trust. (The Nisqually Land Trust has acquired Pierce County parcel number 041624033 which totals 4.8 acres and includes Mashel River shoreline just downstream of the Alder Cutoff Road...this land would be a component of the Eatonville Trails Plan. Supporting document - http://eatonville-wa.gov/files/u2/041017_2017-L.pdf ) (Councilmember Bob Thomas motioned to table pending a study session to further explain various items. Councilmember Bob Walter seconded - motion passed four to one with Councilmember Shrimpsher voting "No.")

   See entire council packet including department reports, consent agenda, claims, payroll, transaction journal and check register - http://eatonville-wa.gov/node/482

 



Council Agenda and Actions
Monday, March 27, 2017
Very Brief Agenda so Far
Tinkering with Dog and Cat Licenses

        March 24, 2017

      Preliminary agendas are subject to last minute changes. Regular meetings are scheduled for the second and fourth Monday of each month. Council meetings are held in the Community Center, 305 Center Street West. Regular meetings begin at 7 p.m. Current council members are: Bill Dunn; Jennie Hannah; Bob Thomas; James Schrimpsher and Bob Walter. Mike Schaub is mayor.

                  
Consent Agenda: Minutes from March 13, 2017 council meeting
                                                     Payroll - 25986 through  25992 - $  71,369.07
                                                     Claims - 36270 through  36298 -   198,482.34
                                                  
                                                      
$269,851.41

     March 13, 2017 meeting minutes - http://eatonville-wa.gov/files/u2/032717_Minutes_3-13-17.pdf

    (Mayor Schaub and Councilmember Bob Thomas were absent - Councilmember Shrimpsher conducted the short meting...Consent agenda (Passed unanimously)

    Unfinished Business: None

     New Business:

     A. Pierce County Reads - Supporting document http://eatonville-wa.gov/files/u2/032717_PC_Reads_proclamation.pdf   (Eatonville Librarian Cindy Dargan spoke to the council about Pierce County reads and discussed this year's chosen book "Grunt, the Curious Science of Humans at War" by Mary Roach.)

     B. Resolution 2017-K setting rates for dog and cat licenses and repealing Resolution 2016-J - Supporting documents - http://eatonville-wa.gov/files/u2/032717_2017-K.pdf  (Passed unanimously) 

  See entire council packet including department reports, consent agenda, claims, payroll, transaction journal and check register - http://eatonville-wa.gov/node/479



Council Agenda and Actions Monday, March 13, 2017
Second Reading - Reducing Planning
 Commission Members
Town Driving Policy

        March 7, 2017

      Preliminary agendas are subject to last minute changes. Regular meetings are scheduled for the second and fourth Monday of each month. Council meetings are held in the Community Center, 305 Center Street West. Regular meetings begin at 7 p.m. Current council members are: Bill Dunn; Jennie Hannah; Bob Thomas; James Schrimpsher and Bob Walter. Mike Schaub is mayor.

                  
Consent Agenda: Minutes from February 27, 2016 council meeting
                                                     Payroll - 25979 through  25985 - $  64,503.75
                                                     Claims - 36227 through  36269 -   127,235.92
                                                  
                                                        $191,739.69

     February 27, 2017 meeting minutes - http://eatonville-wa.gov/files/u2/031317_Minutes_2-27-17.pdf

    (Consent agenda passed unanimously.)

     Unfinished Business:

    A. Ordinance 2017-1 (Second Reading) amending Eatonville Municipal Code Sections 2.32.010 and 2.32.020 reducing the number of Planning Commission positions from seven (7) to five (5) and staggering term expiration dates. (Supporting Document - http://eatonville-wa.gov/files/u2/022717_2017-1.pdf) (Passed unanimously at first and second reading.)

     New Business:

     A. Resolution 2017-H approving a utility bill late payment reversal and payment extension policy for the town. (Supporting documents - http://eatonville-wa.gov/files/u2/031317_2017-H.pdf ) (Passed unanimously.)

     B. Resolution 2017-I Approving a driving policy for the town. (Supporting documents - http://eatonville-wa.gov/files/u2/031317_2017-I.pdf ) (Passed unanimously.)

     C.  Resolution 2017- J Approving an Airport Commission Policy for the town. (Supporting documents - http://eatonville-wa.gov/files/u2/031317_2017-I.pdf ) (Passed unanimously.)

    See entire council packet including department reports, consent agenda, claims, payroll, transaction journal and check register - http://eatonville-wa.gov/files/u2/031317_Agenda.pdf

 



Council Agenda and Actions  Monday, February 27, 2017
 Study Session at 6:45 P. M.
Reducing Planning Commission Members
Garbage and Recycling Rate Raise

       February 26, 2017

      Preliminary agendas are subject to last minute changes. Regular meetings are scheduled for the second and fourth Monday of each month. Council meetings are held in the Community Center, 305 Center Street West. Regular meetings begin at 7 p.m. Current council members are: Bill Dunn; Jennie Hannah; Bob Thomas; James Schrimpsher and Bob Walter. Mike Schaub is mayor.

                  
Consent Agenda: Minutes from February 13, 2016 council meeting
                                                     Payroll - 25972 through  25978 - $ 77,634.21
                                                     Claims - 36204 through  36226 -   180,447.00
                                                  
                                                        $258,081.21

     February 13, 2017 meeting minutes - http://eatonville-wa.gov/files/u2/022717_Minutes_0.pdf  

     (Consent agenda passed unanimously.)

     Unfinished Business: - None

     New Business:

    A. Ordinance 2017-1 amending Eatonville Municipal Code Sections 2.32.010 and 2.32.020 reducing the number of Planning Commission positions from seven (7) to five (5) and staggering term expiration dates. (Supporting Document - http://eatonville-wa.gov/files/u2/022717_2017-1.pdf) (Passed unanimously.)

     B. Ordinance 2017-2 adopting interim regulations concerning flood damage prevention. (Supporting Document - http://eatonville-wa.gov/files/u2/022717_2017-2.pdf (Passed unanimously.)

     C. Resolution 2017-F setting rates for refuse collections and recycling collection in the town and repealing Resolution 2015-K. (Supporting Document for rate increase - (http://eatonville-wa.gov/files/u2/022717_2017-F.pdf) (Passed unanimously

    D. Resolution  2017-G declaring certain property as surplus and authorizing its sale. (Supporting Document - Two vehicles - (http://eatonville-wa.gov/files/u2/022717_2017-G.pdf) (Passed unanimously.)

 See entire council packet including department reports, consent agenda, claims, payroll, transaction journal and check register - http://eatonville-wa.gov/node/477

 



Council Agenda and Actions Monday, February 13, 2017
Final Plat Approval Aviator Heights
 Airport Development
Union Negotiations

        February 10, 2017

      Preliminary agendas are subject to last minute changes. Regular meetings are scheduled for the second and fourth Monday of each month. Council meetings are held in the Community Center, 305 Center Street West. Regular meetings begin at 7 p.m. Current council members are: Bill Dunn; Jennie Hannah; Bob Thomas; James Schrimpsher and Bob Walter. Mike Schaub is mayor.

                  
Consent Agenda: Minutes from January 23, 2016 council meeting
                                                     Payroll - 25965 through  25971 - $ 74,064.53
                                                     Claims - 36148 through  36203 -   161,122.99
                                                  
                                                        $235,186.99

     January 23, 2017 meeting minutes - http://eatonville-wa.gov/files/u2/021317_Minutes_1-23-17.pdf

     (Consent agenda passed unanimously.)

     Department Reports - http://eatonville-wa.gov/files/u2/021317_Dept_Reports.pdf - Police, Fire-EMS, Public Works, Youth Connection, Committee, Mayor and Staff Reports.

     Unfinished Business: - None

     New Business:

    A. Resolution 2017-C granting final plat approval for a subdivision known as Aviator Heights. (Supporting documents - http://eatonville-wa.gov/files/u2/021317_2017-C.pdf) (Passed four to one with Councilmember Bob Thomas voting "No.")

    B. Resolution 2017-D approving an agreement between the town and garage plus Storage Aviation, LLC regarding the use of existing hangar. (Supporting documents - http://eatonville-wa.gov/files/u2/021317_2017-D.pdf) (Tabled with Councilmember Jim Shrimpsher voting against table motion.) (Passed Unanimously.)

   C. Resolution 2017-B authorizing the mayor to execute a collective bargaining agreement with the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local No. 483 for a three-year term beginning January 1, 2017 and ending December 1, 2019. (Supporting documents - http://eatonville-wa.gov/files/u2/021317_2017-B.pdf) (Passed Unanimously.)

  See entire council packet including department reports, consent agenda, claims, payroll, transaction journal and check register - http://eatonville-wa.gov/node/476.

 

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