Meeting
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CITY OF KETCHIKAN

CITY COUNCIL MEETING

August 1, 2019           7:00 PM


AGENDA

 
 

 
1.
CALL TO ORDER
 
2.
ROLL CALL
 
Please Rise for the Pledge of Allegiance
 
3.
COMMUNICATIONS
 
4.
PERSONS TO BE HEARD
 
5.
CONSENT AGENDA
Items listed under Consent Agenda No. 5 are considered to be routine by the City Council and will be approved in one motion unless a Councilmember requests an item be considered separately.
 
a.
General Government
 
(1)

Approval of Minutes –  Special City Council meetings of July 10 and 17, 2019 and the Regular City Council meeting of July 18, 2019
 

(2)

Consenting to and Approving a Vacation of Right-of-Way as Detailed in Ketchikan Gateway Borough Planning Commission/Platting Board Resolution No. 4188A
 

(3)

Expiration of the Ted Ferry Civic Center Christmas Party Lottery
 

(4)

Resolution No. 19-2747 – Appointing the Election Workers for the Regular Municipal Election to be Held on October 1, 2019; Approving the Appointment of Members of the Canvass Board as Authorized by the City Clerk
 

(5)

Marijuana License Renewal – Rainforest Cannabis Cultivation and Peak Analytical, LLC
 

b.
Ketchikan Public Utilities
 
6.
UNFINISHED BUSINESS
 
a.
General Government
 
(1)

Appointments to Boards and Commissions – Mayor Sivertsen
 

b.
Ketchikan Public Utilities
 
7.
NEW BUSINESS
 
a.
General Government
 
(1)

2018-2022 Ketchikan Public Library Strategic Plan Update
 

(2)

Award of Contract No. 19-31 – Holiday Tree Topper Project, Rhonda Green, d/b/a Salvage Divas
 

(3)

Ordinance No. 19-1899 – Authorizing Issuance of a Request for Proposals and Negotiation of an Agreement to Provide for Port and Uplands Infrastructure Improvements, Services and Related Matters Occasioned by Large Cruise Ships and Cruise Ship Passengers Visiting the City; Exempting Such Solicitation and Agreement from Competitive Bidding and Other Requirements – First Reading
 

(4)

Budget Transfer – Park Avenue Sewer Main Replacement
 

(5)

Amendment No. 1 to Contract No. 19-18, Port Reconfiguration and Execution Strategy, Bermello Ajamil & Partners, Inc.
 

(6)

Discussion of Increasing the Single Unit Sales Tax Exemption – Councilmember Gage
 

(7)

Public Notice of Application for Permit – Power Systems & Supplies of Alaska, Ward Cove
 

(8)

Discussion of Establishing a 2019 Sales Tax Holiday for the First Saturday Following the Release of the Permanent Fund Dividend – Mayor Sivertsen
 

b.
Ketchikan Public Utilities
 
(1)

Budget Transfer – June 23, 2019 Schoenbar Water Main Repair
 

(2)

Resolution No. 19-2748 – Providing for Submission to the Qualified Voters of the City at the Regular Election, to be Held in the City on October 1, 2019, of a Proposition as to Whether the City Should Issue its Public Utility Revenue Bonds in a  Principal Amount not to Exceed $11,500,000 to Finance the Cost of a Capital Project that will Improve and Upgrade Telecommunication Services Provided by Ketchikan Public Utilities
 

8.
APPROVAL OF VOUCHERS
 
8.a

Approval of Vouchers – Ketchikan Daily News – $3,605.03
 

9.
MANAGER'S REPORT
 
a.
General Government
 
(1)

Schedule of General Government and KPU Appropriated Reserves Through the City Council Meeting of July 18, 2019
 

(2)

Request for a Special Meeting of the City Council – Request for Proposals (RFP) for Reconfiguration of the Port of Ketchikan Cruise Ship Berth Facilities, Bermello Ajamil & Partners, Inc.
 

(3)

Disposition of 319 Main Street (Old Fire Station No. 1) – Update
 

(4)

2019 Hazardous Household Waste Collection and Removal – Clean Harbors Environmental Services, Inc.
 

(5)

Request for a Special Meeting of the City Council – City of Ketchikan and KPU Compensation Plan Update
 

(6)

Public Works Department Project Status Report – July 2019
 

(7)

Tourism Best Management Practices
 

(8)

City of Ketchikan Solid Waste Division Recycling Program
 

b.
Ketchikan Public Utilities
 
(1)

Electric Division – Linemen Position Vacancies
 

(2)

Revised Water Utilization Study Report – June 2019
 

(3)

Information Pertaining to the Carlanna Lake Watershed and Recreation Area
 

10.
CITY CLERK'S FILE
 
11.
CITY ATTORNEY'S REPORT
 
11.a

Report of Significant Activities for the Month of June 2019- Office of the City Attorney
 

12.
FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS
 
13.
MAYOR AND COUNCIL COMMENTS
 
14.
OTHER NEW BUSINESS
 
15.
EXECUTIVE SESSION
Items listed under Executive Session are items for which an executive session is requested and on which the City Council may or may not take action.
 
a.
General Government
 
(1)

Request for Executive Session – Discussion of Negotiation Strategies Relative to the Expiration of the Collective Bargaining Agreements Between the City of Ketchikan and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Worker, Local 1547, the Ketchikan Professional Firefighers Association, IAFF, Local 2761 and the Public Safety Employees Association and the Implementation of the 2019 Compensation Plan Update
 

 

b.
Ketchikan Public Utilities
 
16.
ADJOURNMENT
 
FYI
 
a.
General Government
 
(1)

Boys & Girls Club of Ketchikan’s Quarterly Activity & Financial Reports – April Through June 2019
 

(2)

Ketchikan Committee for the Homeless’ Quarterly Financial Reports – April Through June 2019
 

(3)

Rendezvous Senior Day Services, Inc.’s Quarterly Activity and Financial Reports – April Through June 2019
 

b.
Ketchikan Public Utilities