AMENDED AGENDA 

GIG HARBOR CITY COUNCIL MEETING

Monday, March 28, 2022 – 5:30 p.m.

Council Chambers

 

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CALL TO ORDER/ROLL CALL

 

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

 

CHANGES TO THE AGENDA

 

CONSENT AGENDA

2.

Acceptance of Bid – Replacement Patrol Car

3.

Resolution 1236 Declaring an Emergency for Borgen Blvd. Pavement Repair

4.

City Administrator Employment Agreement

5.

Approval of Agreement with Gig Harbor Downtown Waterfront Alliance

6.

Approval of Vouchers

Check numbers 97480 through 97582 and ACH payments in the amount of $640,304.20.

 

EXECUTIVE SESSION

To discuss potential litigation per RCW 42.30.110(i).

 

PRESENTATIONS

1.

Parks Appreciation Day Proclamation

2.

Gig Harbor Fire Community Update 2022 Presentation

3.

Tacoma-Pierce County Solid and Hazardous Waste Management Plan (SHWMP): 2021-2040

 

MAYOR'S REPORT

 

CITY ADMINISTRATOR'S REPORT

 

PUBLIC COMMENT ON NON-AGENDA ITEMS

 

NEW BUSINESS

1.

Professional Services Contract for Gig Harbor Sports Complex Phase 1B Design, Permitting, and Bid Support

Suggested motion: Move to authorize the Mayor to execute a Professional Services Contract with BCRA in an amount not to exceed $ 599,451

a) Report: Public Works Director Jeff Langhelm

b) Clarifying questions from Council

c) Public comment

d) Council deliberation and action               

2.

Public Hearing: First Reading and Adoption of Ordinance 1483 Renewing Interim Zoning Controls Related to Transitional Housing, Permanent Supportive Housing, Emergency Shelters and Emergency Housing

Suggested motion: Move to approve Ordinance 1483

a) Report: Community Development Director Katrina Knutson

b) Clarifying questions from Council

c) Public Hearing

d) Council deliberation and action

3.

Public Hearing: First Reading and Adoption of Ordinance 1484 Renewing the Moratorium on Acceptance of New Lodging, Level 1 Applications

Suggested motion: Move to approve Ordinance 1484

a) Report: Community Development Director Katrina Knutson 

b) Clarifying questions from Council

c) Public comment

d) Council deliberation and action

4.

Ordinance 1485 Adopting a Biennial Budget Process

Suggested Motion: None. Ordinance 1485 will be considered at second reading on April 11.

a) Report: Finance Director Dave Rodenbach

b) Clarifying questions from Council

c) Public comment

d) Council deliberation and action

5.

Resolution 1237 Adopting the 2022-23 Strategic Plan

Suggested motion: Move to approve Resolution 1237

a) Report: Interim City Administrator Tony Piasecki

b) Clarifying questions from Council

c) Public comment

d) Council deliberation and action

 

COUNCIL REPORTS / COMMENTS

 

ANNOUNCEMENT OF UPCOMING MEETINGS

 

ADJOURN

PUBLIC COMMENT & DECORUM

The City Council desires to allow a maximum opportunity for public comment.  However, the business of the City must proceed in an orderly, timely manner. The purpose of a Council meeting is to conduct the City’s business; it is not a public forum. The Open Public Meetings Act does not require that members of the public be allowed to participate or speak. 

 

Speakers will be allotted 3 minutes per individual, unless revised by the Mayor. In-person comments shall be made from the microphone, first giving the speaker’s name and address.  When there are 30 seconds remaining, a yellow light will alert you to summarize your comments. At the end of your comments, the light will turn red and you will hear a beep signifying the end of your comment period.  Anyone making “out of order” comments may be subject to removal from the meeting.

 

Public comment may be made remotely via Zoom or by phone during designated portions of the meeting. To speak during the meeting, press the Raise Hand button near the bottom of your Zoom window or press *9 on your phone. Please refrain from raising your hand until the Mayor has announced that she has opened the public comment portion of the meeting. Your name or the last three digits of your phone number will be called out when it is your turn to speak. When using your phone to call in, you may need to press *6 to unmute yourself. All speakers will have up to three minutes to speak.

 

All remarks shall be addressed to the Council as a body and not to any specific councilmember. All speakers shall be courteous in their language and deportment and shall not engage in or discuss or comment on personalities or indulge in derogatory remarks or insinuations with regard to any councilmember, the Mayor, or any member of the staff or the public.  

 

There will be no demonstrations during or at the conclusion of any public comment. These guidelines are intended to promote an orderly system of holding a public meeting, to give every person an opportunity to be heard and to ensure that no individuals are embarrassed by voicing their opinions.

 

AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES (ADA) ACCOMMODATIONS

ADA accommodations can be provided upon request. Those requiring special accommodations should contact the City Clerk at cityclerk@gigharborwa.gov or (253) 853-7613 at least 24 hours prior to the meeting.