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08-09-2022 Council Packet - RegularCITY OF I Federal Way Centered on Opportunity CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING AGENDA City Hall - Council Chambers* *remote attendance option available via zoom August 9, 2022 - 6:30 p.m. The Mayor and Council encourage you use one of the following ways to participate in the meeting remotely if you are unable to attend in person: • Watch the meeting live via Zoom, Federal Way YouTube Channel, or FWTV Channel 21 (via Comcast) • Call in and listen to the live meeting: (888) 788-0099 or 253-215-8782 • Public Comment may be submitted in -person or online here; written comments are accepted here. • Zoom meeting code: 363 503 282 and passcode: 738163 j CALL MEETING TO ORDER 2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE 3. MAYOR'S EMERGING ISSUES AND REPORT Recent Community Events: Kiwanis 66th Annual Salmon Bake (7/22); Movies at Town Square Park "Encanto" (7/23); National Night Out (8/2); African American/Black Community Quarterly Meeting (8/4) Upcoming Events: Amazon Fresh Ribbon Cutting on August 11 at 6:45 a.m.; Movies at Town Square Park — "Jungle Cruise" August 13; Performing Arts & Event Center 5th Anniversary Event on August 19; Lions Club Car Show at the Commons Mall on August 27 at 9:00 a.m. 2023/2024 Biennial Budget Meetings Calendar 4. PUBLIC COMMENT RULES: In accordance with State Law, the City of Federal Way prohibits any testimony regarding any campaign for election or promotion of, or opposition to, any ballot proposition during the public comment. City Council Rules of Procedure prohibit any personal, impertinent, threatening or slanderous remarks during public comment. The Mayor may interrupt comments that continue too long or violate the rules of conduct. No speaker may convey or donate their time for speaking to another speaker. The Mayor has the authority to preserve order at all meetings of the Council, and to cause the removal of any person from the meeting for being disorderly. All individual comments are limited to 3 minutes each. 5. PRESENTATIONS a. Proclamation: National Farmer's Market Week — Federal Way Farmer's Market b. Recognition of Outstanding Effort in Support of the Inclusion Program — Shelly Cain The City Council may add items and take action on items not listed on the agenda. Regular Meetings are recorded and televised live on Government Access Channel 21. To view Council Meetings online please visit www.cityoffederalway.com. 6. COUNCIL COMMITTEE AND REGIONAL COMMITTEE REPORTS • Parks/Recreation/Human Services/Public Safety Committee (PRHSPS) • Land Use/Transportation Committee (LUTC) • Finance, Economic Development Regional Affairs Committee (FEDRAC) • Lodging Tax Advisory Committee (LTAC) • Deputy Mayor & Regional Committees Report • Council President Report 7. CONSENT AGENDA Items listed below have been previously reviewed in their entirety by a Council Committee of three members and brought before full Council for approval; all items are enacted by one motion. Individual items may be removed by a Councilmember for separate discussion and subsequent motion. a. Minutes: July 19, 2022 Regular and Special Meeting Minutes b. Monthly Financial Report — June 2022 c. AP Vouchers 06/16/2022-07/15/2022 & Payroll Vouchers 06/01/2022-06/30/2022 d. Tourism Enhancement Grant Recommendation 2022 e. Purchase Five (5) Copiers Usinq Replacement Reserves f. 2022 Storm Pipe Repair Project Bid Award g. 27th Ave SW at SW 344th St. Compact Roundabout 30% Design Report h. Redondo Creek Culvert Replacement 30% Desian Report i. 2022 Neighborhood Traffic Safety Program Revision J. Global Kitchen LLC DBA Kay Catering Contract Amendment 1 8. PUBLIC HEARING a. 2021 Comprehensive Plan Amendment and Development Agreement for the former Bally's Property • Staff Report: Natalie Kamieniecki, Associate Planner • Public Comment — 3 minutes each P►us] fffi lW4IzI4*111 a. 2022-2024 Collective Baraainina Aareement with the FW Suggort Services Assoc. • Staff Report: Vanessa Audett b. Approval of Interim City Administrator Appointment • Presentation: Mayor Ferrell c. Resolution: School Impact Fees • Staff Report: Keith Niven d. Resolution: City of Federal Way Interfund Loan • Staff Report: Steve Groom, Finance Director The City Council may add items and take action on items not listed on the agenda. Regular Meetings are recorded and televised live on Government Access Channel 21. To view Council Meetings online please visit www.cityoffederalway.com. e. City Council Discussion on ARPA Priorities • Staff Report: Brian Davis, Interim City Administrator & Steve Groom, Finance Director 10. COUNCIL REPORTS 11. ADJOURNMENT The City Council may add items and take action on items not listed on the agenda. Regular Meetings are recorded and televised live on Government Access Channel 21. To view Council Meetings online please visit www.cityoffederalway.com. 1k CITY OF L Federal Way PROCLAMATION "National Farmers Market Week" WHEREAS, farmers markets continue to provide access to safe and nutritious food in the face of market disruptions while also shortening supply chains and reinforcing a competitive food system benefitting producers and consumers; and WHEREAS, the U.S. Department of Agriculture recognizes the importance of expanding regional agricultural marketing opportunities that improve access to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, increase access to healthy, locally grown foods, and promote a more direct distribution of food to individuals and institutions, thereby reducing the overall climate impact of our supply chain; and WHEREAS, farmers markets have evolved to serve as a set of vital hubs for rediscovering community, helping rural and urban communities reconnect with one another, and creating more equitable economic opportunities; and WHEREAS, farmers markets embody the American spirit by contributing to the USDA's Food System Transformation Framework to enhance and strengthen a fair, competitive, and resilient food system; and WHEREAS, for the last 19 years the Federal Way Farmers Market has benefitted our community in meeting these needs. NOW THEREFORE, we, the undersigned Mayor and Council of the City of Federal Way, do hereby proclaim August 7-13, 2022, as "National Farmers Market Week" to promote awareness of farmers markets' essential contributions to American life and encourage all citizens of the City of Federal Way to celebrate the bounty of our Farmers Markets. SIGNED this 9th day of August, 2022. FEDERAL WAYMAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL (2-957 � im Ferrell, Ma Susan Hon Deputy Mayor Eric N rton Councilmember �/ Jack Wals , Counci ember inda Kochmar, Cou cil President a . „ Hoang V'Tran, Councilmember JackDoverl. Councilmember ber 4 0- m w w f. Amu k ............................. '4.... -­"­P 4.pp .............. 4 P ..... - - - CIT .� Federal Way Certificate of Recognition Presented to: Shelly Cain On behalf of the Elected Officials and Residents of Federal Way, Washington, in recognition for your outstanding efforts in support of the Friendship Theatre Program. Thank you for spending countless hours of your time and helping to raise over $1,500 during the theatre performances! Dated this 9th day of August, 2022 - Jim Ferrell, Mayor Linda Kochmar, Council President = Susan Honda, Deputy Mayor LyYia Assefa-D son, Councilmember Erica Norton, Councilmember - Hoang V. Tran, Councilmember 114 aK Walsh, Councilmember ck Dovey, J11 ember - COUNCIL MEETING DATE: August 9, 2022 ITEM #: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL SUBJECT: CITY COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES POLICY QUESTION: Should the City Council approve the draft minutes for the July 19, 2022 Regular and Special Meetings? COMMITTEE: N/A CATEGORY: ® Consent ❑ Ordinance ❑ City Council Business ❑ Resolution STAFF REPORT BY: Stephanie Courtney, City Clerk Attachments: Draft minutes for the July 19, 2022 Regular and Special Meetings Options Considered: 1. Approve the minutes as presented. 2. Amend the minutes as necessary. MAYOR'S RECOMMENDATION: N/A MAYOR APPROVAL: N/A Committee Initial/Date COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: N/A N/A Council Initial/Date MEETING DATE: N/A ❑ Public Hearing ❑ Other DEPT: Mayor's Office CITY CLERK APPROVAL: �]J� initiallDn N/A N/A N/A Committee Chair Committee Member Committee Member PROPOSED COUNCIL MOTION: "I move approval of the minutes as presented. " BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE COUNCIL ACTION: ❑ APPROVED COUNCIL BILL # ❑ DENIED First reading ❑ TABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION Enactment reading ❑ MOVED TO SECOND READING (ordinances only) ORDINANCE # REVISED - 4/2019 RESOLUTION # .. Federal Way CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING MINUTES City Hall — Council Chambers July 19, 2022 — 6:30 p.m. 1. CALL MEETING TO ORDER Mayor Ferrell called the meeting to order at 6:35 p.m. 67 M City officials in attendance: Mayor Jim Ferrell, Council President Linda Kochmar, Deputy Mayor Susan Honda, Councilmember Lydia Assefa-Dawson, Councilmember Erica Norton, Councilmember Hoang Tran, Councilmember Jack Walsh, and Councilmember Jack Dovey. City staff in attendance: Interim City Administrator Brian Davis, City Attorney Ryan Call and City Clerk Stephanie Courtney. 2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE Mayor Ferrell led the flag salute. Mayor Ferrell noted he and the Council were excited to welcome the Federal Way National Little League Softball Juniors State Championship team. Mayor Ferrell read and presented each player and coach with a certificate of recognition, wishing them luck as they travel to Arizona to compete in the Little League Softball Juniors West Regional. Mayor Ferrell recognized and welcomed Milton Mayor Shanna Styron-Sherrell in the audience. 3. MAYOR'S KEY TO THE CITY — CHERYL HURST Mayor Ferrell was pleased to honor longtime community volunteer and advocate of children and families, Cheryl Hurst. He read and presented the Mayor's Key to the City to Ms. Hurst, thanking her for all she has done in support of the community. Ms. Hurst was honored and humbled to accept this recognition, acknowledging her many friends and volunteers who have always been there to pitch in and help out. She thanked the Mayor and Council for this honor. At 6:53 p.m. Mayor Ferrell noted the City Council would take a brief recess to honor and celebrate both Key to the City recipient Cheryl Hurst, and the Championship Junior Softball team. Mayor Ferrell reconvened the meeting at 7:05 p.m. 4. MAYOR'S EMERGING ISSUES AND REPORT • Kiwanis 66th Annual Salmon Bake Federal Way City Council Regular Minutes Page 1 of 8 July 19, 2022 Mayor encouraged attendance at the upcoming annual Salmon Bake at Steel Cake--Park-on July 22; the event sponsored by the Kiwanis benefits community programs- a Movies at Town Square Park The Mayor noted Movies in the Park is back at Town Square Park with Disney's "Encanto" showing on July 23 and "Jungle Cruise" on August 13. The event is a free event for families and is a wonderful community event. Movies begin around dusk at approximately 9:30 p.m.; early attendance was encouraged for the best viewing location. • Upcoming Events Mayor Ferrell noted the City Council meeting calendar for August is always modified by Council Rules to allow participation in National Night Out on the first Tuesday of August. He is looking forward to the annual event and visiting community neighborhoods on August 2. The second meeting in August is canceled to allow the Council and staff a summer break. He noted the Rhythm and Brews Festival will be held at Town Square Park on July 30. 5. PUBLIC COMMENT Deanna Riddle shared her desire for council to consider investing more into parks and room for children to play rather than eliminating park space for development. AnnMichelle G. Hart shared Public Markets often include resources such as food banks and senior centers; they are more than just retail. Ms. Hart advocated the importance of small businesses. Stan Ray spoke in opposition of Steel Lake Park as the location for the Joint Use Maintenance Facility. Susan Strong spoke to the importance of the skate park and suggested that if it is removed, a new one be built in Federal Way. Margaret Reyhner_spoke in opposition of Steel Lake Park as the location for the Joint Use Maintenance Facility. Geoffrey Tancredi noted the importance of the ball fields and suggested alternative locations to develop the Joint Use Maintenance Facility. Trenise Rogers spoke in concern with a reported social media post made by a Federal Way police officer; as a mother of five youth, she was disappointed. Laura Anderson teaches at Truman campus near the Steel Lake and urged the council not to take away open park lands with the proposed maintenance facility. Gerald Knutson representing the Historical Society, stated their opposition to the proposal of building a new maintenance facility at Steel Lake. Kevin Harris addressed the misconception that skate parks are a breeding ground for crime - Kelly Soran shared how skate parks enhance our communities; she discouraged Council from building over our current skate park site. Karen Bru_. agto, who serves on the Parks Commission, supports the need for a maintenance facility Federal Way City Council Regular Minutes Page 2 of 8 July 19, 2022 and noted the proposal includes a new skate park be built across the street from the current location. Anna Patrick, resident and alternate Planning Commissioner, feels that it would be a disservice to give -up park space stating that thriving cities have thriving parks. Ken Blevens 50-year resident shared the city is growing and we are not going to get more park space; he does not want to see park space and ball fields taken away. Cynthia Ricks-Maccotan, resident and Human Services Commissioner, provided feedback regarding the ARPA funding discussion; and suggested the Council engage the Human Services Commission to review funding requests through a competitive process. William Stewart visits the Steel Lake Skate Park regularly and is heartbroken over the idea of demolishing the skate park. Oliver Belland. Des Moines resident and FW High School graduate, shared how Steel Lake Skate Park helps his mental and physical health. Suzanne Vargo expressed several concerns related to the proposed joint maintenance facility at Steel Lake including environmental concerns, increase in traffic, and noise pollution. Mary Ehlis believes the community should be better engaged on the Joint Maintenance Facility before a decision is made. Betty Taylor would like to pull the community together in light of recent shootings and shared participating in an awareness of gun violence walk at the Des Moines Waterland Festival. Logan Wilhelm noted other cities in our area have multiple skate parks and Federal Way only has this one location. Joshua Collins began skating Steel Lake park around age five and shared how meaningful the park is. He also added that lights would be a great improvement. City Clerk noted written comments were received from: Dalia Contreras, Scott Chase, Donna Kinder, Melissa Hamilton, Heather Prasad, Tina Garber, Dayla Braunschweig, Neva Welch, Laura Anderson, Susan Strong, Robert Strong, Stephanie Christine Magat, Amy Percy, David Waite, Diana Noble-Gulliford, Dylan Chase, Joleen Bedwell, Lesa Chase, Paula Baerenwald, Susan Overton, Suzanne Vargo, and Terry Felts. All written comments are forwarded to the Mayor and City Council and uploaded to the meeting materials found on the city website. Libby Ray, following review of the proposal, asked which two ball fields would be improved and if restrooms are located at this improved site. Parks Director John Hutton provided clarification at the request of the Mayor, with details of how the park impacts would be mitigated. He clarified there are funds to build a new skate park across the street from the current park and add lighting and irrigation at the Lakota fields; the soccer field would not be impacted. He thanked the skate community who attended and spoke earlier; he agreed that lighting at the new skate park is a great idea and confirmed bathrooms are located at the fields. 6. COUNCIL COMMITTEE AND REGIONAL COMMITTEE REPORTS Parks/Recreation/Human Services/Public Safety Committee (PRHSPS): Councilmember Federal Way City Council Regular Minutes Page 3 of 8 July 19, 2022 Walsh noted the last meeting the Council had an extensive discussion on shopping carts, he looks forward to implementing changes that will have significant results. There will be no August meeting; the next meeting will be in September. Land Use/Transportation Committee (LUTC) Councilmember Dovey reported the next meeting will be August 1 at 5:00 p.m. and reported on the items approved at Committee that have moved on for final Council approval. He noted school impact and development fees are being discussed and more information will be presented at the next meeting. Finance, Economic Development Regional Affairs Committee (FEDRAC) Councilmember Tran reported the next meeting is Tuesday July 26 in Council Chambers at 5:00 p.m. Lodging Tax Advisory Committee (LTAC) Councilmember Assefa-Dawson reported on the meeting last Wednesday and noted the next meeting is scheduled for August 8 at 10:00 a.m. Deputy Mayor & Regional Committees Report Deputy Mayor Honda noted the upcoming AWC budget workshop in Leavenworth and stated she will be attending the Senior Advisory Commission tomorrow. She provided an update on talks with the school district for a joint meeting and further reported on changes and the restructuring happening on the King County Board of Health. Council President Report Council President Kochmar also reported on discussion with the school district for a joint meeting of their Board and the City Council. Shared areas of concern include school safety and homeless youth. She will be attending the Good Eggs Breakfast at Emerald Downs with the Pierce County Executive Bruce Dammeier. Mayor Ferrell noted emergency personal are actively participating in table top exercises to prepare for an active shooter scenario. 7. CONSENT AGENDEA a. Minutes: July 5, 2022 Regular and Special Meeting Minutes b. 2022 Citywide ADA Retrofits, 85% Design Report and Authorization to Bid c. 2022 Pavement Repair Project Bid Award d. Adaptive Traffic Signal Control — City Center — Phase 2 Bid Award e. Citywide Pedestrian Safety Improvements 30% Design Report f. 21st Ave S and S 320th Signalization and Pedestrian Improvements 30% Design Report — pulled and approved separately g. S 288th Street Road Diet — 30% Design Status Report h. USIC Locating Services, LLC - Amendment 2 Underground Utility Locating i. Authorization to Apply for Transportation Grants j. Sound Transit Laurelwood Park Easement Agreement Councilmember Walsh pulled item f and asked for a presentation for the full Council. COUNCIL PRESIDENT KOCHMAR MOVED APPROVAL OF ITEMS A THROUGH E AND G THROUGH J ON THE CONSENT AGENDA; SECOND BY COUNCILMEMBER ASSEFA-DAWSON. The motion passed unanimously as follows: Council President Kochmar yes Councilmember Tran yes Deputy Mayor Honda yes Councilmember Walsh yes Federal Way City Council Regular Minutes Page 4 of 8 July 19, 2022 CouncilmemberAssefa-Dawson yes Councilmemberpovey yes Councilmember Norton yes Consent Item f: 21 st Ave S and S 320th Si nalization and Pedestrian Improvements 30% Design Report Public Works Director EJ Walsh provided a condensed presentation of what was presented at Committee noting this item is funded by Sound Transit with the goal of getting people in and out of downtown stations. This action authorizes the design which is widely used in Europe and includes a pedestrian crossing S 320th Street at 21st Ave S. The design which includes raised concrete is ADA compliant and provides a pedestrian barrier from traffic. Mr. Walsh noted the next steps include the project to 85% design with utility coordination. A grant was awarded by Sound Transit in the amount of $730,000 and restricted LIFT funds. He noted the Mayor and Land Use Committee have both recommended approval of this item. Mr. Walsh answered more clarifying questions from the Council regarding alternatives, funding, and the timeline for project for completion. COUNCIL PRESIDENT KOCHMAR MOVED APPROVAL OF ITEM F THE CONSENT AGENDA; SECOND BY COUNCILMEMBER WALSH. The motion passed unanimously as follows: Council President Kochmar yes Councilmember Tran yes Deputy Mayor Honda yes Councilmember Walsh yes CouncilmemberAssefa-Dawson yes Councilmember Dovey yes Councilmember Norton yes 8. COUNCIL BUSINESS a. Joint Use Operation and Maintenance Facility Site Selection (continued from June 21, 2022 and July 5, 2022 Regular Meetings) Deputy Public Works Director Desiree Winkler provided a report to the City Council referencing the previous presentations at the June 21 and July 5 meetings. She noted a joint maintenance facility was identified as a need as far back as the late 90's, and provided a history of the request process. Staff are challenged with an over -crowded, inefficient, and failing existing facility that also has mold and life -safety concerns. In addition to the facility being severely inefficient it is not adequately secure resulting in the loss of expensive equipment from theft, vandalism, and exposure to weather conditions. There have been 17 incidents of theft and vandalism in the last 3-years with additional break-ins since the last presentation on this item. This resulted in over $250,00 in loss of equipment or damages, and an estimated 600 crew hours lost with the inability to complete work until replacement equipment is purchased or the damages are corrected. Deputy Director Winkler overviewed the search parameter criteria used by staff and the consultant to identify an appropriate property: a 10-11-acre property in a centralized location on the west side of 1-5 to enable faster and equitable responses across the city. Ms. Winkler identified the pros and cons for each of the three sites that are closest to meeting the needs (specifically outlined in previous meeting), along with providing feedback on properties the Council proposed. New properties reviewed include: • Property on the east side of 1-5 that is bank appraised at $29M; Eastwind Area with parcels already development in a combination which is expected to have a combined value of $73M (to acquire enough property), Federal Way City Council Regular Minutes Page 5 of 8 July 19, 2022 • A 336th parcel combination with bank appraisal of $28.7M, Current 320th Fire Department property on the east side of 1-5 with a bank value of $40M. • Brook Lake Property • Blueberry Farm Any of the non -city owned alternative sites proposed by Council for consideration would escalate the total project cost from $60.7 million to $106 million. The city -owned properties of Brook Lake and the Blueberry Farm are less desirable as they are located in the south end of the city or are also encumbered with wetlands, leaving the useable area smaller than the current location. Per Council's request Ms. Winkler also provided new program costs for services which are currently outsourced including fueling and fleet maintenance shop and equipment. She reported staff has concluded the Site #2 option results in the least cost by using city owned property with no property acquisition or displacements and the removed park elements will be mitigated. Parks Director John Hutton feels strongly about the importance of park and open space; however, life and safety of staff and crews is also important. He reviewed the proposed mitigation plan which includes the following: • added parking at Steel Lake Park, • skate park replacement (upgraded to current safety and design standards), • added perimeter walking path to Steel Lake Park, and • add lighting and irrigation at the Lakota fields which expands the use. He noted the new skate park would be designed with the input of the skate community and upgraded to current safety and design standards, and could include lighting which the current location is lacking. Public Works Director EJ Walsh highlighted some the misinformation that has been circling social media and the community in recent days and provided accurate details of the project and mitigation plan. He also explained the need for the centralized location on the west side of 1-5 is especially important to ensure 100,000 residents are not without access to emergency equipment. Council debated and discussed the options and the cost of each option. Mayor Ferrell asked for clarification as to the added cost of selecting any proposed site other than Site #2 and how the sale of the current site satisfies the 1/3 share the Parks Department brings to the facility cost along with funding from Streets and Surface Water Maintenance funds. Director Walsh responded to Council questions regarding environmental and contamination concerns, answered clarifying questions regarding the replacement of the skate park, and spoke to the competing needs of the city. Councilmembers discussed the current loss of staff time, damaged or stolen equipment, and the ongoing inflation of construction costs and acknowledged this facility is needed to safeguard staff and equipment. Council continued to debate the recommendation of site #2 for the preferred location. In an effort to continue discussion Mayor Ferrell asked for a motion to continue the meeting past 10:00 P.M. COUNCIL PRESIDENT KOCHMAR TO SUSPEND COUNCIL RULES TO ALLOW THE MEETING TO CONTINUE PAST 10:00 P.M.; SECOND BY COUNCILMEMBER ASSEFA-DAWSON. The motion passed 6-1 with Councilmember Norton dissenting: Federal Way City Council Regular Minutes Page 6 of 8 July 19, 2022 Council President Kochmar yes Councilmember Tran yes Deputy Mayor Honda yes Councilmember Walsh yes CouncilmemberAssefa-Dawson yes Councilmemberpovey yes Councilmember Norton no In response to questions, Park Director Hutton reiterated the skate park would be built to the same quality or better acknowledging the goal is to build something the skate community will use and love. Mr. Walsh addressed the timing of removing and replacement of the park as well as the timeline of next steps after selecting a preferred site. Councilmembers individually shared their strong support of parks and for the safety of staff, acknowledging there is no ideal selection option. Council thanked the community for their input and comments both in -person and from emails and phone calls. Council President Kochmar does not support Site #2 and feels the downtown will need more park space as the area becomes more populated; she believes there are better options to be found. Deputy Mayor Honda does not support any loss of parks in the city and this is not the vision for downtown that she wants to see. COUNCILMEMBER DOVEY MOVED TO SELECT "SITE 2" (SW CORNER OF S 312TH ST AND 28TH AVE S) AS THE SITE OF THE NEW JOINT USE OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE FACILITY AND AUTHORIZE $250,000 IN EXPENDITURES FROM UNALLOCATED CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUNDS TO ADVANCE PRELIMINARY DESIGN; SECOND BY COUNCILMEMBER TRAN. Mayor noted there is a motion on the floor and asked for any further discussion. Councilmember Norton acknowledged this is a difficult vote; she agrees Site #2 is the preferred option, she will vote according to the public feedback. The main motion passed 4-3 as follows: Council President Kochmar no Councilmember Tran yes Deputy Mayor Honda no Councilmember Walsh yes CouncilmemberAssefa-Dawson yes Councilmemberpovey yes Councilmember Norton no b. Discussion on City Council ARPA Priorities • Staff Report: Brian Davis, Interim City Administrator & Steve Groom, Finance Director Deputy Mayor Honda suggested no additional discussion on this topic as it was discussed previously at the Special City Council Meeting. Council concurred no additional discussion was needed at this time and specific questions or needs would be forwarded to the Interim City Administrator to be considered at the next council meeting. 9. ORDINANCE First Reading & Enactment a. Council Business #827/Ordinance: Protection Orders State Statute Updates APPROVED ORDINANCE NO. 22-937 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON, RELATING TO PROTECTION ORDERS AND OTHER ASSOCIATED RECENT STATE LAW CHANGES; AMENDING FWRC 6.35.040, 6.35.050, 6.35.060, 6.35.070, 6.35.080, AND 6.35.090. Federal Way City Council Regular Minutes Page 7 of 8 July 19, 2022 (AMENDING ORDINANCE NOS. 09-601, 06-526, 03-445, 00-374, 97-297, 97-299, AND 91- 89). City Attorney Ryan Call overviewed the housekeeping ordinance which would adopt recent changes to protection orders and corrects references made in the Federal Way Revised Code. He noted the ordinance explicitly states the city's intent to assume jurisdiction over crimes prospectively. Mr. Call requested the Council pass this ordinance as an emergency measure which allows for first reading and enactment at the same meeting. No citizen comments were received. COUNCIL PRESIDENT KOCHMAR MOVED TO SUSPEND COUNCIL RULE 2.2(H) TO ALLOW FIRST READING AND ENACTMENT OF THE ORDINANCE IN ONE MEETING; SECOND BY COUNCILMEMBER DOVEY. The motion passed unanimously as follows: Council President Kochmar yes Councilmember Tran yes Deputy Mayor Honda yes Councilmember Walsh yes CouncilmemberAssefa-Dawson yes Councilmember Dovey yes Councilmember Norton yes City Clerk Stephanie Courtney read the ordinance title into the record. COUNCIL PRESIDENT KOCHMAR MOVED APPROVAL AND ADDOPTION OF THE PROPOSED ORDINANCE; SECOND BY COUNCILMEMBER ASSEFA-DAWSON. The motion passed unanimously as follows: Council President Kochmar yes Councilmember Tran yes Deputy Mayor Honda yes Councilmember Walsh yes CouncilmemberAssefa-Dawson yes Councilmember Dovey yes Councilmember Norton yes 10. COUNCIL REPORTS Councilmember Dovey, Walsh, Tran, Norton and Assefa-Dawson provided no report due to the lateness of the hour. Deputy Mayor Honda congratulated Cheryl Hurst on her Key to the City and gave a reminder of the Salmon Bake scheduled for Friday, July 27 noting tickets are still available. Council President Kochmar thanked Councilmember Walsh for his work on the shopping cart issue and requested an update on the company to do the homeless camp cleanup. 11. ADJOURNMENT There being nothing further on the agenda; the regular meeting was adjourned at 10:26 p.m. Attest: Stephanie Courtney City Clerk Approved by Council Federal Way City Council Regular Minutes Page 8 of 8 July 19, 2022 CIT Federal Way CITY COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING MINUTES City Hall — Council Chambers* *remote attendance available via zoom July 19, 2022 — 5:00 p.m. 1. CALL MEETING TO ORDER Mayor Ferrell called the meeting to order at 5:00 p.m. "44Pr City officials in attendance: Mayor Jim Ferrell, Council President Linda Kochmar, Deputy Mayor Susan Honda, Councilmember Lydia Assefa-Dawson, Councilmember Erica Norton, Councilmember Hoang Tran, Councilmember Jack Walsh, and Councilmember Jack Dovey. City staff in attendance: Interim City Administrator Brian Davis, City Attorney Ryan Call and City Clerk Stephanie Courtney. 2. STUDY SESSION a. City Council Priorities — American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) Funds Interim City Administrator Brian Davis reported on the City Council Ad hoc meetings which were created to review ARPA fund requests that exceeded the available dollar amount. This group included himself, Council President Kochmar, Deputy Mayor Honda and Councilmember Tran. Mr. Davis reviewed the sub -committee recommendations for the full Council reviewed and debate. Mr. Davis and Finance Director Steve Groom provided a list of the previously approved items. It was noted the Treasury distributed the funds before the rules were finalized, which happened in January 2022. The final rules included an escalator clause for lost revenue calculations. In response to the question Mr. Davis noted the funds need to be obligated by 2024 and spent by 2026. Questions were raised regarding requests from the Federal Way Mirror, Greater Federal Way Chamber of Commerce, and Lakehaven Utility District; Council requested more information regarding these specific requests. Additional questions on funding possibilities were discussed and addressed. Community Services Manager Sarah Bridgeford addressed questions regarding the proposed allocation of $3M for community programming. Ms. Bridgeford noted the city would engage in a light community needs assessment to prioritize the needs, which would be presented to Council. Funds could be added to existing contracts or used to extend contracts. Larger grants and funding programs which are responsive to community needs would be prioritized first. Additional questions were answered3 and discussion centered on the allocation of funds Federal Way City Council Special Minutes Page 1 of 2 July 19, 2022 to demolish the former Target building which has become an attractive nuisance and location of ongoing criminal activity and homeless issues in the downtown area. Mayor Ferrell closed the meeting noting this item is also on the regular meeting agenda for further discussion. 3. ADJOURNMENT There being nothing further on the agenda; the special meeting was adjourned at 5:44 p.m. Attest: Stephanie Courtney City Clerk Approved by Council: Federal Way City Council Special Minutes Page 2 of 2 July 19, 2022 COUNCIL MEETING DATE: August ,, 2022 ITEM #: ........ _ .... . . . . . .. . ........... . .................. . .. . ..... CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL SUBJECT: JUNE 2022 MONTHLY FINANCIAL REPORT POLICY QUESTION: Should the Council approve the June 2022 Monthly Financial Report? COMMITTEE: FINANCE, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND REGIONAL MEETING DATE: July 26, 2022 AFFAIRS COMMITTEE CATEGORY: ® Consent ❑ Ordinance ❑ Public Hearing ❑ City Council Business ❑ Resolution ❑ Other STAFF REPORT B.Y: Steve Groom, Finance Director DEPT: Finance Attachments: June 2022 Monthly Financial Report Options Considered: 1. Approve the June 2022 Monthly Financial Report as presented 2. Deny approval of the June 2022 Monthly Financial Report and provide direction to staff MAYOR'S RECOMMENDATION: MAYOR APPROVAL: r recommends approval of Option 1. DIRECTOR APPROVAL: 7- COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: I move to forward the June 2022 Monthly Financial Report to the August .� 2022 consent agenda for approval. [ — by G�(►'Z�p - M - caj� Tr , Committee Chair Jack Dovey, Committee Member Erica Norton, Commlttee Member PROPOSED COUNCIL MOTION: "I move approval of the vouchers pursuant to RCW 42.24. " (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE COUNCIL ACTION: ❑ APPROVED COUNCIL BILL # ❑ DENIED First reading ❑ TABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION Enactment reading ❑ MOVED TO SECOND READING (ordinances only) ORDINANCE # REVISED — 1/2022 RESOLUTION # CITY OF Federal Way DATE: July 26, 2022 TO: Mayor and City Council Management Team FROM: Steve Groom, Finance Director Chase Donnelly, Deputy Finance Director SUBJECT: Monthly Financial Report FINANCE DEPARTMENT This report is to brief you on monthly and year-to-date (YTD) revenues and expenses, compared to budget and prior year, and on the city's cash and fund balance positions. Generally, City's cash position continues to be strong, budgetary controls on expenditures are resulting in favorable expense variance thus far, revenues are on mostly on track. General/Street Fund Summary: Revenues & Transfers In are favorable to YTD budget of $33.4M by $1.50M or (4.5%). Expenditures & Transfers Out are favorable to YTD budget of $27.5M by $0.30M (1.1%). General/Street Fund % of Budget 6.00% 4.00% 4.48% 2.00% - - 0.00% -2.00 % Revenue Expense General/Street Fund Cumulative Year to Date $40,000,000 -- ------ ---- $30,000,000 — $20,000,000 -- $10,000,000 — Revenue Budget 0 Actual Expense CITY OF Federal Way Cash Balance and Investment Positions: FINANCE DEPARTMENT The City's cash balance trend is shown below: • Total cash increased from $101.5 million in May to $111.6 million at end of June due largely to the receipt of $9.6 million, the 2nd tranche of ARPA funding • Investments increased from $32 million to $36 million, decreasing the State pool position. $120,000,000 $100,000,000 $80,000,000 $60,000,000 $40,000,000 $20,000,000 $0 LGIP, $66,090,597 , 64.7% City of Federal Way Cash and Investments - Historical Trend W O O O O O N N N 7 - ^ 7 E A - ^ � L A - ^ n u O o n u o ,� u O n u` o rr` L 2 is � � Z 9 Investments (yield) ❑ LGIP (liquidity) r:! Checking (safety) City of Federal Way Diversification by Issuer -June 2022 US TREAS, _ $23,000,000, 22.5% FHLMC, $5,000,000 , 4.9 % FH LB, $3,000,000 , 2.9% FNMA, $3,000,000 , 2.9% FFCB, $2,000,000 , 2.0% CITY QF Federal Way Revenues and Expenditures: General & Street Fund Financial Highlights As detailed in the table below: FINANCE DEPARTMENT Sales Tax revenue is trending favorably, $735K or 11.0% above 2022 year-to-date budget, and $517K or 7.5% above 2021 year-to-date collections. Retail sales and services are $265K above 2021 year-to-date collections. This is an indicator of the health of the local economy. ' CD Permits & Fees revenue is trending favorably, $0.31M or 23.8% above 2022 year-to-date budget, and $7K or 0.4% above 2021 year-to-date collections. Total Expenditures & Transfer Out is trending favorably, $0.30M or 1.1% below year-to-date budget, but $3.49M or 11.1% above 2021 year-to-date actuals. Expenditures are trending back to pre -pandemic levels. Compared to year-to-date budget, expenditures are still trending favorably, primarily due to timing of community service grant payments, filling of Police Department vacant positions, and timing of expenditures in departments. GENERAL & STREET FUND SUMMARY 2021 2022 YFD Budgehs, Actual FawraVel([h WraNe) Annual Budget Annual Actual YFD Actual Annual Budget YFD Budget YFD Actual S % Beginning Fund Balance $12,515,815 $12,515,815 $12,575,815 S 21,339,329 S 21,339,329 S 21,339,329 nla nla Revenues; Covid-191American Rescue Plan (ARPA) Chants 4,542,226 4,536,148 91608)443 9,608,443 9,608,443 0.0% Sales Tax 17,149,755 17,494,058 6,928,021 16,949,755 6,709,503 7,444,901 135,398 11,0% Property Taxes 11,385,965 11,260,318 6,041,014 11,357,280 6,093,032 6,238,686 145,654 2.4% State Shared Revenue 3,022,000 2,927,100 1,160,142 3,022,000 1,197,755 1,131,049 (66,706) -5.6% CDPemnts&Fees 3,114,363 3,229,113 1,610,157 2,564,111 1,306,618 1,6111200 310,582 23.8% Business License Fees 622,000 686,157 331,982 622,000 348,749 310,501 21,752 6.2% Admissions Tax 506,513 591,434 41,270 306,513 153,257 183,175 29)9191 19.5% Other Revenues 25,466,031 15,473,520 13,050,267 11,335,849 3,952,176 4,270,766 318,590 8.1% Transfers in from Other Funds to support operations 7,843,850 6,735,166 2,221,251 7,356,718 4,005,912 4,005,912 0.0% Total Revenues & Transfer 1 73,652,703 62,939,614 31,384,110 63,122,669 33,375,444 34,870,632 1,495,188 43% Total Eipenbres & Transfer Oul 75,376,178 1 54, 32,610 1 24,114,724 73,873,317 27,450,863 27,146,885 303,978 1 1,1 % Total Ending I nd Balance $10,85P40 $ 21, 82,760 $19,845, 01 j $10$8,6221 $ 27,263,911 $ 299063,076 nla nla CITY OF Federal Way Other Fund Highlights FINANCE DEPARTMENT Utility Tax revenue is trending favorably, $1.14M or 16.9% above 2022 year-to-date budget, and $0.12M or 1.6% above 2021 year-to-date actual. Extension of utility tax on water services and addition 10% on solid waste services account for the increase. ' Real Estate Excise Tax (REET) is $1.31M or 80.5% above 2022 year-to-date budget, and $0.84M or 40.2% above 2021 year-to-date collections. This is an indicator of the Federal Way real estate market's volume and valuations. Expenditures & Transfer Out is favorable, $2.88M or 16.4% below YTD budget, but $3.44M or 30.6% above 2021 year-to-date actuals. The favorable variance to YTD budget is primarily due to timing of arterial street overlay projects for residential streets, lower jail service costs due to having lower average daily population in jails, and reduction in costs for city facilities due to activities not being at pre -pandemic levels. OTHER SIGNIFICANT FUNDS OF NOTE 2021 2022 YID Budget vs. Actual Fawrahlelftlawrade) Annual Budget Annual Actual YID Actual Annual Budget YFD Budget YTD Actual S % Rewnues: Utility Tax 10.884,294 11,528,256 5,275,519 10,414,294 4,509,711 5,313,570 803.859 17.81/o Utility Tax -Prop 1 VoterPac4age 3,263,312 3,363,455 1,627,284 3.263,312 1,243,704 1,639,058 395,354 31.8% Utility Tax -Solid Waste 101/o Z000,000 2,100,998 868,238 2,000,000 1,000,000 938,986 (61,014) -6.1% Real Estate Excise Tax 5.040,000 5,174,908 Z090,618 4,421,454 1 1,623,355 2,930,457 1307,103 1 80.5% Traffic Safety (Red Light/School Zone) 2,872,442 2,909,314 1,154,048 2,87z442 1,481875 Z115,880 633,005 4271,/o HoteWotel Lodging Tax 150,0001 195,720 55,616 150,000 54,168 98,834 44,666 82 % Federal Way Community Center 1,073.568 1,028,134 424,330 2,190.875 1,095,438 710,668 (384,769) -35.1% Perfuming Arts & Event Ctr Operations 1,660,176 1,443,088 269,050 1,611,664 805,832 826,179 20.347 2.5% Dumas Bay Centre Fund 375,151 227,807 3,113 835,151 417,576 234,778 (182,798) 43.8% Total Rewnues 27318.943 27971,679 11,767 14 27,759,192 12132,658 1008,410 2,575,752 1 21.1 % Fxpenditures & Transfers Out: Utility TaxSupport to Other Funds for operations 10.193.206 1 9.741590 2,820,761 9,734,702 5,024,035 5,024,035 0.01i10 Utility TaxProposition I operations 4.097.1541 3.823,525 1,81Z519 4,170275 2085,138 1,959,602 125,536 6,0% Sohd Waste 10%Utility, Tax -Residential Streets Overtay 1.100.000 994.212 3,418,862 1,709,431 20.315 1.689.116 98.81//0 Real Estate Excise TaxSupport to Debt and Ca ital Projects 3,973,018 3,973.018 Z960,018 5.989,440 Z783,560 2,783,560 0.01/0 Traffic Safety (Red Light School Zone) 3,359.865 3,344.173 1,139,491 3,529,722 1,764,861 1,404,377 360,484 20.41/'u Hot&MotelLodging Tax 155,000 34.393 10,810 155,000 77.500 11485 65,015 83.9% Jail Fund Services 3,303,463 2,223,602 805,356 1,819,584 909,792 759.372 150,420 165% Federal Way Community Center 2,078.3421 2,128,650 865.029 2,756,334 1,378.167 1,093,741 284,426 2Q6% Performing Arts & Event Ctr Operations 2,506,586 1.653.441 608,248 2,631,641 1,315,821 1,258.026 57,794 4.4% Dun-asRajCentre Fund 681431 631483 207,686 1,000,110 500,055 349.719 150.336 30.1% Total Expenditures & Transfers Out 31,449,064 28j50,086 11.229917 35.205,671 17548359 14465.233 2,883,127 16.4% Iffiding Fund Balance Utility Tax (no n-Pro 1) 1,932.473 3,593,005 4,654,148 3.385.633 3.831,230 n/a n/a Utility Tax- Prop I Voter Package 1,475,288 J 1,263.679 1,147,576 1,263,6801 1,000,633 n/a n/a Utility Tax -Solid Waste 10% 900,000 1,418,862 868.260 2339,539 n/a n/a Real Estate Excise Tax Fund 3,979,419 4,084,586 z014,416 1546,600 4,236,534 n/a n/a Traffic Safety Fund 1,199,999 2,132,492 1,231,303 1124.096 Z946,861 n/a n/a Hotel/Motel Lodging Tax 1,441,177 IbM56 1,486.674 1,605,161 1.691,133 n/a n/a Jail Fund 164,252 0 164,252 0 n/a n/a Federal Way Communi Center 1,507.233 1 1,50? 625 1,371,319 11500,393 1,500.000 n/a n/a Performing Arts & Event Ctr Operations 237.532 873,589 1 873,587 441,743 n/a n/a Dumas Bay Centre Fund 1.569,899 1,500,001 1,500,000 1.500,001 1,500,000 n/a n/a Total Elaine Fund Balance S 14,243,020 S 18,13MV S 14 73,698 S MP63.400,. ,S y - 9�387, f3 ! f7_' CITY OF Federal Way Sales Tax FINANCE DEPARTMENT Revenues are above 2021 year-to-date actual by $517K or 7.5%, and above 2022 year-to-date budget by $735K or 11.0%. The sales tax collected for transactions at point of sale is remitted to state one month later, and remitted to city two months later, therefore monthly reporting shows a lag. City of Federal Way - Sales Tax Revenue Received Current YearActual vs. Budget and Prior Year $20,000,000 $18,000,000 $16,000,000 $14,000,000 $12,000,000 $10,000,000 $8,000,000 $6,000,000 r� Budget Cumulative $4,000,000 �� — P.riorYeer Cumulative $2,000,000 r- Acsual cumulative $0 sae PQ� 10J LOCAL 11EI'AIL 5ALL5 TAX RF1'I+h'E'F:S vro.Iunc Month 2021. Actual 2022 F:�rr�rs�l�i rl(L�nla�urHUle) Change from 2021 YrD Actual ►s Budget Budtet A"U91 S % 5 % Jan 1,604,220 $ 1,656,532 $ 1,653,281 $ 49,060.89 3.1% $ (3,251.78) -0.2% Feb 1,228,579 1,214,993 1,284,275 55,696 4.5% 69,282 5.7% Mar 1,185,132 1,136,096 1,314,196 129,064 10.90/0 178,100 15.7% Apr 1,508,266 1,416,360 1,636,738 128,472 8.5% 220,378 15.6% May 1,401,831 1,285,521 1,556,411 154,580 11.00/0 270,889 21.1% Jun 1,473,417 1,387,271 - - - - - Jul 1,607,373 1,548,641 - - - - Aug 1,566,626 1,492,831 - - - - - Sep 1,520,312 1,475,120 - - - - Oct 1,509,402 1,556,227 - - - Nov 1,455,577 1,390,734 - - - - Dec 1,433,324 1,389,428 - - YTD Total $ 6,928,027 $ 6,709,503 $ 7,444,901 5 516,873 7.5% 3 735,398 Annual Total $ 17,494,058 $ 16,949,755 n/a n/a n/a I n/a n/a CITY OF Federal Way S4,500,000 - - 54,000,000 53,500,000 $3,000,000 $2,500,000 52,000,000 51,500,000 51,000,000 $500,000 S- Pe:ail City of Federal Way Sales Tax Revenue Comparison by Group E 5=nlcs Const-u^icn 01-1- Hotel/Motel Lodging Tax ■ YTD 2021 YTD 2022 FINANCE DEPARTMENT City of Federal Way YTD Sales Tax Revenue Comparison by Location $1,400,000 $1,200,000 51,000,000 $800,000 S600,000 $400,000 $200,000 S_ dam am .. 07es P. Gate::ay Pavrl un The Convio::c 5322cht0S S34Srh Re:ati :1 2019 is 2020 ■ 2021 02022 Revenues are favorable, above 2021 year-to-date actual by $43K or 77.7%, and above 2022 year-to- date budget by $45K or 82.5% and improving, as the graph below indicates. Although the travel, tourism, and hospitality industry has been greatly affected by COVID-19, tourism is starting to increase again. City of Federal Way - Lodging Tax Revenue Received $200,000 Current Year Actual vs. Budget and Prior Year S1S0,000 $160,000 $140,000 $120,000 $100,000 SS0,000 . $60,000 o Budget Cumulative $40,000 - yr orre.r cam'dlv S20,000 Actual cumulative $0 City of Federal Way Historical Lodging Tax Remittances by Month $40,000 $35,000 530,000 $ 25, 000 520,000 $15,000 $10,0oo $5,000 $o c 2016 r 2017 ■ 2018 12019 12020 82021 ■ 2022 HOT UMOTEL LODGING TAX REVENUES Yf'D June Month 2021 Actual 2022 Favorable/(Unfavorable) Change from 2021 YTD Actual vs Budget Budget Actual $ % $ % Jan $ 7,186 $ 10,299 $ 15,770 $ 8,583 119.4% $ 5,471 53.1% Feb 8,765 9,832 16,937 8,173 93.2% 7,105 72.3% Mar 9,582 10,750 19,965 10,383 108.4% 9,215 85.7% Apr 13,702 11,907 26,925 13,223 96.5% 15,018 126.1% May 16,381 11,380 19,237 2,855 17.4% 7,857 69.0% Jun 15,774 11,761 - - - - - Jul 21,509 15,814 - - - - - Aug 26,408 17,306 - - - - Sept 24,748 17,300 - - - - - Oct 19,722 13,790 - - - - Nov 17,395 11,690 - - - - - Dec 14,547 8,171 - - - - YTD Total $ 55,616 $ 54,168 $ 98,834 $ 43 17 77.7% $ 44,666 82.5% Annual Total $ 195,720 $ 150,000 n/a I n/a n/a n/a n/a CITY OF Federal Way Business License Fees FINANCE DEPARTMENT Revenues are above 2021 year-to-date actual by $39K or 11.6%, and above 2022 year-to-date budget by $22K or 6.2%. 350 329 300 250 200 150 100 50 .Iz Jan New Monthly Business License Count O Total 2021 BL I To -Lai 2022 BL 218 200 173 144 135 143 109 103 114 0 93 - `reb Mar Apr f:9ay June *excludes outside contractor businesses Business License Revenue Month 2021 Actual 2022 Fawrabl a/(Unfawra bl e) Change from 2021 YTD Actual vs Budget Budget Actual $ % $ % Jan $ 70,098 $ 96,562 $ 52,893 $ (17,205) -24.5% $ (43,670) -45.2% Feb 20,418 59,197 50,062 29,643 145.2% (9,135) -15.4% Mar 65,283 43,430 72,588 7,305 11.2% 29,158 67.1% Apr 67,260 47,721 58,647 (8,613) -12.8% 10,925 22.9% May 44,296 33,868 65,452 21,156 47.8% 31,584 93.3% Jun 64,628 67,971 70,861 6,232.83 9.6% 2,890.02 4.3% Jul 60,422 43,715 - - - - - Aug 48,811 50,504 - - - - - Sep 48,338 43,978 - - - - Oct 52,249 31,387 - - - - Nov 61,032 38,977 - - - - Dec 83,324 64,690 - - - - - YID Total $ 331,982 $ 348,749 S 370501 38,5191 11.6%1 21,752 6.2% Annual Total $ 686,157 $ 622,000 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a CITY OF Federal Way Community Development Permit Activity FINANCE DEPARTMENT Revenues are above 2021 year-to-date actual by $7K or 0.4%, and above 2022 year-to-date budget by $0.31M or 23.8%. Annual Total 2017 - $2,019,477 2018 - $2,595,395 2019 - $4,546,432 2020 - $1,964,825 2021 - $3,229,113 BUILDING & LAND USEPERL IITS AND FEES (CD) Year-to-date thru June Month 2021 Actual 2022 Change from 2021 Favorabl e/fUnfavorable) YTD ActuBudget Budget Actual $ % $ % Jan 409,140 129,607 198,005 (211,135) -51.6% 68,398 52.8% Feb 328,948 242,493 245,722 (83,226) -25.3% 3,229 1.3% Mar 318,047 189,977 276,562 (41,485) -13.0% 86,584 45.6% Apr 156,801 248,320 282,554 125,753 80.2% 34,234 13.8% May 168,559 314,707 286,805 118,245 70.2% (27,902) -8.9% Jun 228,661 181,514 327,552 98,891 43.2% 146,039 1 80.5% Jul 179,865 225,746 - - Aug 409,214 228,785 - - Sept 276,209 190,122 - - - Oct 139,178 248,948 - - - Nov 280,365 191,240 - - - Dec 334,125 172,652 - - YIDTotal $ 1,610,157 $ 1,306,618 $1,617,200 $ 7,043 0.4%1 $ 310,582 23.8% Annual Total $ 3.229,113 $ 2,564,111 n/a n/a n/a I n/a n/a Real Estate Excise Tax Revenues are above 2021 year-to-date actual by $0.84M or 40.2%, and above 2022 year-to-date budget by $1.31M or 80.5%. June 2022 activities include 159 real estate transactions. There were 157 taxable residential sales (total sales $89.1M / $441K tax) and 2 commercial sales (total sales $20.9M / $104K tax). REAL ESTATE EXCISE TAX REVENUES Year-to-date thru June Month 2021 Actual 2022 Favorable/(Unfavorable) Chang_ a from 2021 YTD Actual vs Budget Budget Actual $ % $ % Jan $ 193,639 $ 167,413 $ 241.514 $ 47,875 24.7% $ 74,101 44.3% Feb 237,843 229,933 269,472 31,628 13.3% 39,538 17.2% Mar 339,701 309,387 458,276 118,575 34.9% 148,889 48.1% Apr 427,556 251,111 489,224 61,668 14.4% 238,113 94.8% May 381,942 261,001 927,268 545,326 142.8% 666,267 255.3% Jun 509,935 404,510 544,704 34,769 6.8% 140,194 34.7% Jul 438,542 373,823 - - - Aug 898,086 545,865 1- - - Sep 419,855 356,354 - - - - Oct 551,866 402,081 - - - - Nov 353,248 324,641 - - - Dec 422,693 795,336 - - - YTD Total 2,090,618 1.623.355 1 2,930,457 839.840 40.2% 1,307,103 80.5% Annual Total 1 $ 5,174,908 $ 4,421,454 1 n/a n/a n/a I n/a n/a CITY OF .._. Federal Way Utilitv Tax FINANCE DEPARTMENT Revenues are above 2021 year-to-date actual by $0.12M or 1.6%, and above 2022 year-to-date budget by $1.14M or 16.9%, due to extension of utility tax on water and sewer services and additional 10% on solid waste services. The utility tax collected by utility companies is remitted to city on a 2-month lag. unLFTY TAXES Year-to-date thru June Month 2021 Actual 2022 Favorable/(Unfawrable) Change from 2021 YrD Actual vs Budget Budget Actual S Var % Var S Var % Var Jan $ - $ 533 $ (3,705) $ (3,705) n/a $ (4,238) -795.4% Feb 1,396,834 1 1,267,518 1,695,885 299,051 21.4% 428,367 33.8% Mar 1,420,015 1,416,471 1,642,378 222,363 15.7% 225,907 15.9% Apr 1,505,864 1,466.254 1,755,285 249,421 16.6% 289,031 19.7% May 1,627,736 1,397,998 1,413,785 (213,951) -13.1% 15,787 1.1% Jun 1,820,591 1,223,939 1,389,291 (431,300) -23.7% 165,352 13.5% Jul 11236,109 1,445,802 - - - - Aug 1,232,554 999,096 - - - - Sept 1,197,098 1,161,676 - - - Oct 1,438,956 11341,194 - - - Nov 1,141,163 1,108,539 - - - Dec 2,978,099 2,868,586 - - - - YFD Subtotal S 7,771,040 S 6,772,713 S 7,892,919 $ 121,879 1.6% $ 1,120,206 16.5% Rebate - (19,298) (1,305) (1,305) 0.0% 17,993 -93.2% YFD Total S 7,771.040 $ 6.753.415 $ 7.891,614 $ 120,574 1.6% $ 1,138,199 16.9% Annual Total $ 14,672,455 S 15,677,606 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a UFIldfY TAXIS - by Type Year-to-date thru June Utility Type 2021 Actual 2022 Actual Favorable/(Unfawrable) Change from 2021 $ % Electric $ 2,328,113 $ 2,753,621 $ 425,508 18.3% Gas 1,008,952 $ 1,070,672 61,720 6.1% Water/Sewer 1,451,109 970,513 (480,596) -33.1% Solid Waste 672,885 728,201 55,316 8.2% Solid Waste -10% 868,238 938,986 70,748 n/a Cable 696,148 683,367 (12,781) -1.8% ,Other 745,595 747,559 1,964 0.3% 'Tax Rebate (1,305) (1,305)1 n/a YID Total $ 7,771,040 1 $ 7,891,614 $ 120,5741 1.6% $18,000,000 516,000,000 $14,000,000 $12,000,000 S10,000,000 $S,000,000 56,000,000 $4,000,000 S2,000,000 $0 City of Federal Way - Utility Tax Revenue Received The City has a utility tax rebate program that opens January 1st and closes May 31 st of each year for qualifying low-income residents. The City processed 41 rebates in 2021, for a total of $2,310. The City processed 24 rebates in 2022 for $1,305. CITY OF Federal Way Proposition 1 Voter -Approved Utility Tax FINANCE DEPARTMENT Revenues are above 2022 year-to-date budget by $0.40M or 31.8%. The increase in collections is due to the extension of Utility tax to water and sewer services. - - PROP 1 Utility Tax Fund 2021 2022 YID Budgets. Actual Fawrable/(Unfawrable) Budget Antuual Budget YrD Budget YID Actual S % Beginning Balance: 1,332,301 1,332,301 1,263,679 $ 1,263,679 1,263,679 (0) 001/. 'Total P op 1 Revenues: 3.263,312 3,363,466 3,093,312 $1,243,704 $1,639,058 S 395,354 31.8% 'Transfer in from Utility Tax Fund 976,829 391,439 1,076,964 S 57,504 57,504 - 0.0% Public Safety Improvement Positions & Costs: Police Services (includes 1 Records Specialist, 16 Police Officers, & 2 Lieutenants) 2,779,468 2,543,497 2,832,128 $ 1,416,064 1338,615 77.449 5 5% Court Services (includes .50 Judge, 1 Court Clerk, and Pro Tern Pay, Public Defender contract,1.5 Prosecutors) 1,029.837 1,005,076 1,038,769 $ 519,385 517,785 1,599 0.3% Total Public Safety Improvement Costs 3,809,305 3,548,573 3,870,898 $1,935,449 1 1,856,401 79,048 4.1 % Community Safety Program Costs: 1 Code Enforcement Officer 103,811 96,052 109,114 $ 54,557 57,085 (2,529) -4.6% .5 Assistant City Attorney 79,236 68,183 85,462 $ 42,731 35,123 7,608 17,8% 1 Parks Maintenance Worker 1 & Security 104,802 110,719 104,802 $ 52.401 11,000 41,401 79,0°/u Total Community Safety Improvement Costs 287,849 274,954 299,378 149,689 103,208 46,481 31.1 % Total PTE 1 Expenditures: 4,097,154 3.823527 4.170.275 $2.085.138 1,959,609 125529 6.0% Total Ending.Find Balance: $1,475,288 $1.263.679 $1.263.679 S 479,749 1 $1.000,632 S 520,883) -108.60/. Traffic Safety - Red Light / School Zone Revenues are above 2022 year-to-date budget by $0.63M or 42.7%, and above 2021 year-to-date actual by $0.96M or 83.3%. Traffic Safety land - Red Light Photo Revenue Mouth 2021 Actual 2022 Favorable/(Unfavorable) Change from 2021 YTD Actual vs Budget Budget Actual S % S % Jan $ 153,068 $ 246,302 $ 344,394 $ 191,326 125.0% $ 98,092 Feb 133,672 227,955 338,105 204,433 152.9% $ 110,151 48.3% Mar 172,973 234,311 407,496 234,523 135.6%1 $ 173,185 73.9% Apr 146,259 243,691 337,133 190,875 130.5% $ 93,443 38.3% May 212,005 241,520 322,696 110,691 52.2% $ 81,176 33.6% Jun 336,071 289,097 366,055 29,984 8.9% $ 76,959 26.6% Jul 303,388 266,645 - $ - - Aug 339,516 188,460 - - $ - - Sep 278,272 186,581 - $ - Oct 256,820 246,568 - - $ - - Nov 280,745 283,294 - $ - - Dec 296,524 218,018 - $ - - YTD Total S 1,154,048 S IA82,875 S 2,115,880 S 961,832 83.3% S 633,005 42.7% Annual Total $2,909,314 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a Traffic Safety Fund pays for 1 Lieutenant, 8 Police Officers, 3 City Traffic positions, Municipal Court security services, red light photo services, Valleycomm emergency communication services, School Zone Enhancements capital improvement projects, and patrol vehicles. CITY OF .... Federal way FINANCE DEPARTMENT City Investments and Interest Revenue Purchases during the month are diversified by maturity date (mitigating interest rate risk) and by issuer (partially mitigating credit risk), all within per -issuer policy limits. Purchases: During the month, the following four investments were purchased, each maximizing yield at the time of purchase for the maturity date being filled, having first assured safety and liquidity of the entire portfolio (see addendum for rationales): • 2021-033 US Treasury $1,000,000, matures June 2025, yield 2.70% • 2021-034 US Treasury $1,000,000, matures July 2025, yield 3.00% ■ 2021-035 FNMA $1,000,000, matures August 2025, yield 3.38% • 2021-036 FHLMC $1,000,000, matures September 2022, yield 3.12% Portfolio Yield: At month -end, the City's total weighted average yield was 1.143%. The City's position in LGIP was $66.1 million with a 1.004% yield and the laddered portfolio was $36 million with a 1.40% yield. Annual Face Value Cost Yield % Yield $ City Portfolio: 36,000,000 35,656,528 1.400% 503,943 State Investment Pool: 66,090,597 66,090,597 1.0049/o 663,353 Total: $ 102,090,597 $ 101,747,124 1.143% $1,167, 296 1.200% 1.000`Yo 0 800% 0.600% 0.400% 0.200% 0.000% Portfolio Average Yield City of Federal Way's Portfolio vs. State Investment Pool O O O O O .--I .-1 .-i .--I . .--i _4 -i .--I . . i N N N N N N N N 1V N N N N N N N N 1V N N N N N N N N 1V N N hG > - C� i A c h0 0-F 7 - n i i j. C Q U Q 0 W g U 9 Q m � 3 vW O o v Q M Q Z 0 Q �;; }LGIP Avg Yield VFW Avg Yield Average maturity of the portfolio at end of month was 229 days. Policy limit is 2.5 years or 900 days. CITY OF . Federal Way Police Department Overtime The total overtime budget of $1.39M consists of $1.06M for City overtime and $0.33M for billable time. City's portion of overtime is $0.37M or 75.9% above year-to- date projections, and $0.35M above 2021 year-to-date actuals. The June overtime increase of $41K above 2021 actual is primarily due to an increase in special events, and an increase in shift call -in overtime. Jail Services FINANCE DEPARTMENT PD Overtime by Month Year-to-date thru June Month 2021 Actual 2022 (FawrableyUnfawrable Change from 2021 YID Actual %s Budget Budget Actual $ % S % Jan $ 59,146 $ 86,081 $ 145,407 $ 86,261 145.8% S 59,326 68.90/o Feb 52,169 76,068 150,708 98,540 18&9% 74,640 98.1% Mar 60,392 70,792 151.497 91,105 150.9% 80,705 114.0% Apr 106611 80,332 137,102 3Q.491 28.6% 56,771 70.7% May 130,940 92,626 135,111 4,271 3.3% 42,484 45,9% Jun 92,484 79,083 133,057 40,572 43.9% 53,974 6&2% Jul 171,311 127,832 - - - - Aug 131,914 85,620 - - - Sep 138,630 80,652 - Oct 161,113 94,943 - - - Nov 158,576 94,096 - - - Dec 130,800 93,063 - - - Ci Pordon 501.641 484.982 852,882 351,240 70.0% 367,900 75.9% Billable 172,470 163,393 228,327 55.858 32.4% 64,934 39.7% YIDTotal $ 674,111 $ 648,375 S 1,081,209 S 407,098 60.4% $ 432,833 66.8% Billable $ 187,354 $ 163:393 $ S S - - Annual Total S 1,753,809 $1,387 975 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a Jail and Alternatives to Confinement 2018 Actual 2019 Actual 2020 Actual 2021 Actual 2022 AnnualBudget YID Actual Total Jail Operations $6,417,479 $5,932,095 $1.712,883 $ 2,223,602 $ 1,819,584 $ 759,371 Debt Service Payments for SCOREJail - 889,718 847,566 851,925 852,425 221,213 Total JaiLCostl $6,417,479 1 $6,821,813 $2,560,449 $ 3,075,527 $ 2,672,009 $ 9802583 The City maintains multiple contracts with other governmental agencies for its jail services, after it discontinued its owner relationship with SCORE Jail in December 2019. The budgeted average daily population (ADP) is 70, but year-to-date average ADP has been 35.0. ADP for June will be available in the July 2022 report. City of Federal Way Average Daily Population Jail Cost 45 r,.,.. 40 Mi 38.9 36.7 35 30.3 30.8 30 23,s 25.1 225 7i.9 4.2 2L5 [i''-C'-- ... 20 R 2C22 15 ......... i 0 ...�._... ...•.. _. .... ...., - Jan A9ar der P,1ati' The City continues to be liable for its portion of the debt service on the SCORE building. The total remaining principal debt the City owes as of 12/31/2021 for SCORE is $10,175,000, and we're servicing this debt by about $0.9 million a year. CITY OF �.. Fed a ra l Way FINANCE DEPARTMENT Federal Way Community Center Revenues are below 2022 year-to-date budget by $0.38M or 35.1%, but above 2021 year-to-date actual by $0.29M, primarily due to the facility reopening in limited capacity due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Expenditures are $0.28M or 20.6% below the 2022 year-to-date budget. Community Center remaining debt service principal as of 12/31/2021 was $8.30M. Federal Way Community Center as of06/30/2022 2021 2022 YID Budget vs Actual Fawrable/(Uufavureble Budget Annual Actual I YID Actual Budget YID Budget YrD Actual S %a Beginning Fund Balance $ 1,500,000 $ 1,500,000 $ 1,500,000 S 1,502,625 S 1,502,625 S 1,502,625 n/a n/a Total Revenues 1,073,568 1.028.134 424.330 2.190,875 1.095,438 710.668 (384.769} -35.1% Total Fxpenditures 2.078.342 2.128,650 865.029 2.756.334 1.378.167 1,093.741 284A26 20.60/. Revenues Over / (Under) Fx nditures (1.004.774)1 (1.100.516) (440.698) (565.459) (282.730) 383,073 100,343 35.5 Recovery Ratio 1 51.7 % 48.3% 49.1 % 79.5 % 79.5% 65,0 % n/a n/a Total Transfer In from General Fund/Utility TaxJ 1,012,007 1,103,143 312,007 563.227 380.448 380,448 0.0% Ending Fund Balance S 1,507.233 $1.502.627 S 1371309 S 1.500.392 S 1,600344 $ 1.500,000 $ 100343 -63% Debt Service Payments 81 T723 820.123 122.561 122.561 0.00 0 Debt Ser%ice Refunding 1 8.850.000 - - 1 n/a Total FWCC Cost I S 10.928.342 S2.946,373 S 865,029 1 S 1576,457 S 1.500.728 S 1,216302 S 284.426 19.0°la Total City Support, S 9,862,007 IS 1,920,8661 S 312,007 IS 1,383350 IS 503,009 IS 503,009] Dumas Bav Centre Revenues are below 2022 year-to-date budget by $0.18M or 43.8%, but above 2021 year-to-date actual by $0.23M. The facility reopened as of the beginning of August 2021. Expenditures are $0.15M or 30.1% below 2022 year-to-date budget of $0.50M. Dumas Bay Centre Fund as of06/30/2022 2021 2022 YID Bu et vs Actual Budget Annual Actual YID Actual Budget YID Budget YrD Actual Fawrable/(Unrmrable) _ S- % Beginning Fund Balance $1,506,000 $1,500,000 $1.500,000 $1,500,000 $1,500,000 $1,500.000 n/a n/a Total Revenues 375,151 227,807 3,113 835,151 417576 234,778 (182,798) -43.8% Total Expenses 682,431 632.483 207,686 1,000,110 500,055 349,719 150,336 30.1% Revenues Over/(Under) Expenses (307,280) 404,676 (204 574 164,959) (82,480 114,942 (32.462) 39.4 % Recowry Ratio 54.97%1 36.02% 1.50% 83.51% 83.51 % 67.13% n/a n/a Total Transfer In 377.179 1 404.676 204,574 164.960 114,941 114941 - 0.0% Fading Fund Balance S 1569.900 1 S 1500.001 S 1.500.000 S 1500.000 $1,532.461 $1400,000 S 32 461 -2.1 % ing Arts & Event Center Operations (PAEC) Revenues are above 2022 year-to-date budget by $0.02M or 2.5% primarily due to the facility reopening and operating at a capacity in line with budget. Expenditures are $0.06M or 4.4% below the year-to-date budget. Due to turnover in staff, year-to-date actuals are reported through May 2022. Performing Arts & Event Center remaining debt service principal as of 12/31/2021 was $3.96M. 115 Performing Arts & Bmnt Center Operations (PAM) 2017Actual 2018Actual 2019Actual 2020Actual 2021 Actual 2022 Adjusted Budget YTDBudget 2022YTD Actual YTD Budget vs. Actual Favorablel(Ilnfavorable) Beginning Balance 177,413 477 (447,382) (110,546) 873,590 873,590 873,590 $ TotalReveune 323,827 553,529 1,410,377 591,152 1,443,088 1,611,664 805,832 826,179 20,347 2.5/. Total Transfer In from lliillty Tax/General Fund 694,703 626,762 1,516,000 972,310 1,083,942 1,019,977 509,988 - (509,988) 400.0% Total Expenditures 1,195,466 1,628,150 2,589,541 1,452,916 1,653,440 2,631,641 1,315,821 1,258,026 57,795 4.4% Total PAEC Operation Balance $ 477 1 $ (447,382) $ (110,546) $ 0 $ 873,580 i 873,580 $ 873,590 $ 447,744 $ (431,846) na Debt ServicePayrn7 536,P4 553,255 553,955 46,978 46.978 Total PAS Cost i 1,195,4t 6 2, i 1,991,183 i 2206,895 S 3,185, i 7,362798 $1;3050 , $ 57,795 4. City Suppo $ 1,510,557S 1,637,197 $ 1,573,932S 55,96 $ 8Total , , 91.6% CITY OF Federal Way Fund Activity Summary FINANCE DEPARTMENT Fund Nftnd Name Begin Balance 1/1/2022 YID Revenues YPD Expenditures YID Net Income/(loss) Ending Balance 0613012022* Required Fund Balance 001/101 General/Street Fund** S 21,339,329 S 36,234,769 28,511,025 S 7,723,744 S 29,063,073 S 9,500,000 .Special Revenue Funds: 102 Arterial Street 659,917 1,217,832 124,433 1,093,399 1,753,316 100,000 103 Utility Tax(*) 3,593,005 5,378,467 5,140,242 238,225 3,831,230 1,500,000 104 Affordable & Supportive Housing Sales Tax 255,702 34,150 - 34,150 289,853 106 Solid Waste & Recycling 261,325 240,648 300,828 (60,180) 201,145 107 Special Contracts/Studies Fund 882,890 16,015 - 16,015 898,906 - 109 Hotel/Motel Lodging Tax 1,602,856 100,762 12,484 88,277 1,691,133 200,000 111 Federal Way Community Center 1,502,625 1,091,116 1,093,741 (2,625) 1,500,000 1,500,000 112 Traffic Safety Fund 2,132,495 2,118,743 11404,375 714,368 2,846,863 1,200,000 113 Real Estate Excise TaxFund 4,094,586 2,935,508 2,783,560 151,948 4,236,534 2,000,000 114 Prop 1 Utility Tax 1,263,679 1,696,556 1,959,603 (263,046) 1,000,632 1,000,000 115 Performing Arts & Event Ctr Operations 873,590 826,179 1,258,026 (431,846) 441,744 - 116 Solid Waste 101%Utility Tax 11418,962 940,993 20,315 920,678 2,339,540 119 CDBG 28,269 3,598 263,160 (259,562) (231,292) - 120Path &Trails 1,585,150 171,796 171,796 1,756,946 - 121 Technology 295,110 112,787 12,303 100,484 395,594 - 122Jail Fund 164,252 595,119 759,371 (164,252) 0 - 188 Strategic Reserve Fund 2,999,001 3,591 31581 3,002,582 3,000,000 189 Parks Reserve Fund 1,131,994 1,352 1,352 1,133,346 1,125,000 ,Subtotal Special Revenue Funds 24,735,309 179485,203 15,132,440 2,352,763 27,088,072 $11,625,000 201 Debt Service Fund 39672,023 4,350 682,336 (677,986) 2,994,037 Capital Project Funds: 301 Downtown Redevelopment 3,900,123 4,941 1,384 3,557 3,903,680 302 Municipal Facilities 290,185 347 - 347 290,531 303 Parks 1,967,896 49,940 56,090 (6,150) 1,961,746 304 Surface Water Management 3,545,971 67,543 181,795 (114,252) 3,431,719 306Transportation 8,466,403 3,406,709 1,508,210 1,898,499 10,364,902 307 Capital Project Reserve Fund 369,963 442 442 370,405 Subtotal Capital Project Funds 18,540,540 3,529,921 1,747,478 1,782,443 20,322,983 - Enterprise Funds: 401 Surface Water Management 2,777,142 4,159,707 1,829,673 2,330,034 5,107,176 690,000 402 Dumas Bay Centre Fund 1,500,000 349,719 349,719 (1) 1,500,000 1,500,000 Subtotal Enterprise Funds 4,277,143 4,509,426 2,179,393 2,330,033 6,607,176 S 2,190,000 lnternal Service Funds 501 Risk Management 1,271,019 790,367 1,306,877 (516,510) 754,510 600,000 502Information Systems 4,236,907 1,570,363 1,375,547 194,816 4,431,723 503 Mail & Duplication 304,979 69,635 37,181 32,454 337,433 504 Fleet & Equipment 7,557,939 2,032,116 1,053,762 978,354 8,536,293 - 505Buildings &Furnishings 2,265,683 247,577 307,209 (59,632) 2,206,051 2,000,000 506 Health Self Insurance Fund 3,770,611 2,537,228 21313,144 224,094 3,994,694 507 Unemployment Insurance Fund 315,846 381 9,140 (8,759) 307,087 250,000 Subtotal Internal Service Funds 19,722,985 79247,666 69402,860 844,807 20,567,791 S 2,850,000 Total All Funds S 92,287,327 S 69,011,335 S 54,655,531 S 14,355,804 S 106,643,131 CITY OF Federal Way Addendum — Investment Rationales Staff Review of Investment Rationale Date: June 2, 2022 FINANCE DEPARTMENT Investment # 2022-033 is a 3-year US Treasury (US T), face value $1,000,000, maturing June 30, 2025, 0.25% coupon purchased at 92.8164 (discount) to yield 2.70%. This trade settles June 3, 2022 with Time Value Investments, US Bank Safekeeping, reducing our position in the Washington State LGIP investment pool. Liquidity: At May 315t month -end, total city cash was $101.5 million, checking account balance was $10.4 million (target minimum is $6 Million), investment portfolio was $32.0 million (target is $36 million for Treasuries and Agencies). State LGIP investment pool balance was $59.1 million (target minimum is $20 million). Safety: This purchase is a debt issue of the Federal government, equivalent to Aaa/AA+ rating by Moody's and S&P. Yield. Yield is 2.70%. This investment is 198 basis points over LGIP. Comparable yields publicly posted prior -day are: LGIP current 30-day yield 0.720,16 3- ar a enc bullet 2.70% 3-year Treasuprior-day 2.84% Callability. This investment is not callable (a bullet). www.secureaccess. Broker quote Treasurv.aov Diversification. This purchase brings this issuer to 23.9% of total portfolio. This purchase adds a maturity date previously not covered to city's laddered portfolio. Outlook. The yield curve has not moved much; the prior -day 1-year at 2.16%, the 2-year at 2.66% the 3-year at 2.84%, and the 5-year at 2.92%, then flat to the 10-year. The Federal Reserve Bank just executed a 0.50% rate hike as inflationary measures. By laddering maturity gaps, we minimize reinvestment risk subject to rates at any one point in time and hedge against further decreasing rate LGIP exposure. Staff review: Deputy Finance Director: Date Finance Director: Date CITY OF Federal Date: June 9, 2022 Way Staff Review of Investment Rationale FINANCE DEPARTMENT Investment # 2022-034 is a 3-year US Treasury (US T), face value $1,000,000, maturing July 30, 2025, 0.25% coupon purchased at 91.8125 (discount) to yield 3.00%. This trade settles June 10, 2022 with Wedbush Securities, US Bank Safekeeping, reducing our position in the Washington State LGIP investment pool. Liquidity: At May 3111 month -end, total city cash was $101.5 million, checking account balance was $10.4 million (target minimum is $6 Million), investment portfolio was $32.0 million (target is $36 million for Treasuries and Agencies). State LGIP investment pool balance was $59.1 million (target minimum is $20 million). Safety: This purchase is a debt issue of the Federal government, equivalent to Aaa/AA+ rating by Moody's and S&P. Yield. Yield is 3.00%. This investment is 225 basis points overLGIP. Comparable yields publicly posted prior -day are: LGIP current 30-dayield , 0.75398% www.secureaccess.wa.gov 37ear agencyagen2y bullet NA for this maturity Broker quote Treasury.gov 3-year Treasury prior -day 2.94% Callability. This investment is not callable (a bullet). Diversification. This purchase brings this issuer to 24.7% of total portfolio. This purchase adds a maturity date previously not covered to city's laddered portfolio. Outlook. The yield curve has not moved much; the prior -day 1-year at 2.29%, the 2-year at 2.78% the 3-year at 2.94%, and the 5-year at 3.03%, then flat to the 10-year. The Federal Reserve Bank just executed a 0.50% rate hike as inflationary measures. By laddering maturity gaps, we minimize reinvestment risk subject to rates at any one point in time and hedge against further decreasing rate LGIP exposure. Staff review: Deputy Finance Director: Date Finance Director: Date Federal Wa y Staff Review of Investment Rationale Date: June 17, 2022 FINANCE DEPARTMENT Investment # 2022-035 is a 3-year Federal National Mortgage Association (FNMA, Fannie Mae), face value $1,000,000, maturing August 25, 2025, 0.375°% coupon purchased at 90.98730 (discount) to yield 3.38°%. This trade settles June 17, 2022 with Wedbush Securities, US Bank Safekeeping, reducing our position in the Washington State LGIP investment pool. Liquidity: At May 315t month -end, total city cash was $101.5 million, checking account balance was $10.4 million (target minimum is $6 Million), investment portfolio was $32.0 million (target is $36 million for Treasuries and Agencies)_ State LGIP investment pool balance was $59.1 million (target minimum is $20 million). Safety: This purchase is a debt issue of a govemment-sponsored enterprise (GSE), that carries an explicit Federal guarantee, equivalent to Aaa/AA+ rating by Moody's and S&P. Yield. Yield is 3.38%. This investment is 261 basis points over LGIP. Comparable yields publicly posted prior -day are: LGIP current 30-dayield 0.768393% www.secureaccess.wa. 3- eaLreasu prior-da 3.35% Treasury.gov 5-vear Treasury prior -day 3.38% Callability. This investment is not callable (a bullet). Diversification. This purchase brings this issuer to 3.2% of total portfolio. This purchase adds a maturity date previously not covered to city's laddered portfolio. Outlook. The yield curve has not moved much; and the 5-year at 3.38%, then slightly inverted Reserve Bank just executed a 0.75% rate hike maturity gaps, we minimize reinvestment risk sul hedge against further decreasing rate LGIP e Staff review: Deputy Finance Director: Finance Director: the 2-year at 3.20% the 3-year at 3.35%, to the 10-year at 3.33%. The Federal as inflationary measures. By laddering Aect4p rates'at any one point in time and Datele Date l 17 CITY OF Federal Way Staff Review of Investment Rationale Date: June 23, 2022 FINANCE DEPARTMENT Investment # 2022-036 is a 3-year Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp (FHLMC, Freddie Mac), face value $1,000,000, maturing September 25, 2025, 0.375% coupon purchased at 91.58480 (discount) to yield 3.12%. This trade settles June 24, 2022 with Wedbush Securities, US Bank Safekeeping, reducing our position in the Washington State LGIP investment pool. Liquidity: At May 315t month -end, total city cash was $101.5.million, checking account balance was $10.4 million (target minimum is $6 Million), investment portfolio was $32.0 million (target is $36 million for Treasuries and Agencies). State LGIP investment pool balance was $59.1 million (target minimum is $20 million). Safety: This purchase is a debt issue of a government -sponsored enterprise (GSE), that carries an explicit Federal guarantee, equivalent to Aaa/AA+ rating by Moody's and S&P. Yield. Yield is 3.12%. This investment is 225 basis points over LGIP. Comparable yields publicly posted prior -day are: LGIP current 30-dayield 0.87% 2.96% www.secureaccess.wa. ov 2-year Treasury Bloomberg.com 5-year Treasury 3.09% Bloomberg.com Callability. This investment is not callable (a bullet). Diversification. This purchase brings this issuer to 5.3% of total portfolio. This purchase adds a maturity date previously not covered to city's laddered portfolio_ Outlook. The yield curve has not moved much; the 2-year at 2.96% the 3-year at 3.35%, and the 5-year at 3.09%, then slightly inverted to the 10-year at 3.04%. The Federal Reserve Bank last executed a 0.75% rate hike as inflationary measures. By laddering maturity gaps, we minimize reinvestment risk subject to rates at any one point in time and hedge against further decreasing rate LGIP exposure. Staff review: Deputy Finance Finance Director: I Director. Date r' Date G Z,73 z CITY OF Federal Way Investment Position Details CITY OF FEDERAL WAY SbujePoint Poskions for 07/012022 as al 10-00:52 AM CDT Printed on 071011= at 08:34 AM PDT Ac nt Name: INVESTkIENT ACCOUNT Acscura Number: 83100DO33 Accou nt Department Money Center FINANCE DEPARTMENT embank. 111012025 TVA WA AA+ /Asa 0.00000 USD $1,000.D00.0000n 751014409 071012022 6.750% $1, i F 5,045.00 OMM2025 FHLMC NON STRUCTURED WA AA- I Aga 0.000DO USD $1,000.000.0000D 751014307 06124/2022 0375% $915,848.00 06252025 FNMA NON STRUCTURED WA AA+ 1Aaa 0.00000 USD $1,000,000.00000 751014186 061172022 0.375% $909,873.00 071312025 US T NOTE WA /Aas 0.00000 USD $1,000.000.00000 3SM4007 022 06I7012 025D% $918,125.00 Ofi13012025 U.S. T Notes WA 1 Aga 0.00000 USD $1,000,000 00000 39=4043 0M 2022 025D% $928,16400 05/3112025 USTNOTE WA /Aga 0.00000 USD $1,000,000.00000 392223819 OS/IWI= 0250% 5924,648.44 04I3012025 U.S_ T NOTES WA /Asa 0.00000 USD $1,000,000 00000 39=194 041072022 0.375% $932,343.75 03/312025 U.S. T Notes WA / Asa 0.00000 USD $1,000.000.00000 392?Zm'+ 03I09 = 0.500% $983,437.50 021122025 FHLMC NON STRUCTURED WA AA- IAsa 0-OD000 USD $1,000,00000D00 819021816 0210412022 1 500% S1,002,357.00 01/812025 LIST NOTE WA IAsa 0.00000 USD $1,OW,000.00000 819021510 011122022 1.375% $1,006,718.75 121132024 FHLB NON STRUCTURED WA AA+ IAsa 0.00000 USD $1,0D0,000.00000 751013275 1210MMI 0.750% $995,541.00 11/1512024 U S. T Notes WA / AM 0.00000 USD $1,000.000.00000 819020954 111, SQW1 0.750% S1,001,171.88 101152024 US T NOTE WA 1 Aaa 0.00000 USD $1,000,000 00000 392219T79 Ioil 2021 0.625% S1,000,000.00 09115=4 US T NOTE WA 1 Aga 0.00000 USD $1,000,000.00000 322219MI 1010612D21 0375% $995,696.44 081152024 FHLB NON STRUCTURED WA AA+ 1Aaa 0.00000 USD $1,000,000 00000 751013093 102612021 1.500% S1,023,285.00 071022024 FNMA NON STRUCTURED WA AA- /Asa 0.00000 USD $1,000,000.00D00 751013094 10282D21 1.750% $1,029,480 00 061152m4 US T NOTE WA / Asa 0.D0000 USD $1,000 G--:: Cv}J 751013140 11A7812021 0250% $'-;^ u, cj 051312024 LIS T NOTE WA / Asa 0.00000 USD S1,000,000.00000 819020999 11/172021 2.000% $1,032,226 56 04/3( 2024 U.S. T Notes WA ]AM 0.00000 USD S1,000,000.00DOD 392220608 11242021 2250% $1,036,093.75 031082024 FHLB NON STRUCTURED WA AA- /Ass 0.0D000 USD $1.000,000.00DOD 751013276 121072021 2375% $1.036,546.00 02105/2024 FNMA NON STRUCTURED WA AA+ IAm 0.00000 USD $1,000.00000D00 39222MM 12116/2021 2.500% $1,037,530.00 01/312024 U.S- TNotes WA /Ass 0-00000 USD $1,000,000.00D00 39222DQ27 12116f=1 2.50D% $1,037,773.44 122QW23 FFCB NON STRUCTURED WA AA- / Aaa 0.00000 USD S1,000,000 00000 8190215D9 011122022 0.680% S995,970.00 112412M FFCB WA AA+ /Asa 0.00000 USD $1,000,000.000W 819021739 01282022 0.550% $W9,745.00 101312023 UST NOTE WA IAaa 0.00000 USD $1,0D0,000.00000 019021740 01282022 0375% S987,929.69 09K302023 LIS T NOTE WA / Asa 0.00000 USD $1,000,000.00000 819021819 02/042022 2.875% $1,029.570.31 081242023 FHLMC NON STRUCTURED WA AA- / Asa 0 00000 USD $1,000,000.00000 8190219M 02JI62022 0250% $98Z 140 00 07/31/2023 LIS T NOTE WA /Asa 0.00000 USD S1,000.000.00000 392222036 0224r= 0.125% $962, 18750 06119FM3 FHLMC NON STRUCTURED WA AA- I Am 0.00000 USD $1,000,000.0D000 392222403 031162022 2.750% $1,015,200.00 05/152023 U S. T Notes WA I Aas 0.00000 USD $1,D00,000.00000 392222870 03rMO22 1.7501► $1,000.898.44 0412012023 FHLMC NON STRUCTURED WA AA+ IAaa 0.00000 USD $1,000.00000000 392222986 03f312022 0.375% $985,471.00 03t3M= UST NOTE WA /Aas 0.00000 USD $1,000,000.00000 3 1 04J132022 0.125% $984,218.75 02282023 U.S_T Notes WA IAsa 0.00000 USD S1.000.000.00000 392223490 047222022 1.500% $99T 148.44 011312023 LIS T NOTE WA I Am 0.00000 USO $1,000,000.00000 392223581 04262022 0.125% $986,820.OD 12/312022 U.S. T Notes WA 1 Asa 0.00000 USD S1,000,000.CWW 751013824 051192022 2.125% $1,OD2578 13 11117f2022 U.S. T Bas WA 1 0 000DO USD $1,000,000 00D00 392223974 05232022 1323% $993,459.50 10131f2022 U.S. T NOTES WA I Asa 0.00000 USD $1,0W.000.00000 392224016 051262022 1 875% $1,002,460.94 CITY OF Federal Way (Mbank FINANCE DEPARTMENT Acct Name: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY SUMMARY - USD Page 1 ACCL Number. XXXXXXX033 For period 06/01/2022 - 06/30/2022 ACTIVITY - SettledlCleared Cash Activ€ Transaction T e Amount Purchases 0.00 Purchase Reversals 0.00 Sales 0.00 Sale Reversals 0.00 Withdrawals 0.00 Receipts (3,676,085.92) Deliveries 0.00 Principal Reversals 0.00 Interest 34,900.00 Interest Reversals 0.00 Interest Adjustments 0.00 Maturities 0.00 Calls 0.00 Puts 0.00 Paydowns 0.00 Paydown Adjustments 0.00 Payups 0.00 Payup Adjustments 0.00 Cash Dividends 0.00 Balance Changes 0.00 Stock Dividends 0.00 Closeouts 0.00 Closeout Dividends 0.00 Net Activity (3,641,105.92) HOLDINGS - Custody Your Sales Representative is: SAFEKEEPING OPERATIONS (800) 2364221 Statement Contents 'Summary 'Activity - Settled/Cleared Cash Activity 'Activity - Projected Activity for Next Statement Period `Holdings Cateflory Par/Shares Original Face Principal Cost Market Value Treasury Obligations 23,000,000.00000 23,000,000.00000 22,737,552.90 22,179,174.00 US Govemment Agency Securities 13.000.000.00000 13,000,000.00000 12 918.986.00 _ 72 531,221.00 Total Custody Holdings 36,000,000.00000 36,000,000.00000 35,656,638.90 34,710,395.00 Market Value is currently below both Original Face Value, the value we'll receive at maturity, and Principal Cost, what we paid. This is because rates have risen, so the investments purchased in the past, at lower rates, aren't as desirable. This is an unrealized change in market value, since we'll hold all investments through to maturity, receiving full value. NO COUNCIL MEETING DATE: August 9, 2022 ITEM #: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL SUBJECT: AP VOUCHERS 06/16/2022 — 07/15/2022 AND PAYROLL VOUCHERS 06/01/2022 — 06/30/2022 POLICY QUESTION: Should the Council approve the AP vouchers in the total amount of $2,773,246.19 and the payroll vouchers in the total amount of $4,368,347.71? COMMITTEE: FINANCE, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND REGIONAL MEETING DATE: July 26, 2022 AFFAIRS COMMITTEE CATEGORY: ® Consent ❑ Ordinance ❑ Public Hearing ❑ City Council Business ❑ Resolution ❑ Other STAFF REPORT BY: Steve Groom, Finance Director DEPT: Finance I, the undersigned, do hereby certify under penalty of perjury that the materials have been furnished, the services rendered, or the labor performed as described herein and that the claims are just and due obligations against the City of Federal Way, Washington, and that I am authorized and certify said liens 1Finnib recttr AEachments: Voucher List Options Considered: MAYOR'S RECOMMENDATION: MAYOR APPROVAL:i ! f DIRECTOR APPROVAL: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: I move to forward the vouchers to the August 9, 2022 consent agenda for approval. Committee Chair Jack Dovev. Committee Member Erica Norton, Committee Member PROPOSED COUNCIL MOTION: "I move approval of the vouchers pursuant to RCW 42.24. " (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE COUNCIL ACTION: ❑ APPROVED COUNCIL BILL # ❑ DENIED First reading ❑ TABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION Enactment reading ❑ MOVED TO SECOND READING (ordinances only) ORDINANCE # REVISED - I/2022 RESOLUTION # CITY OF Federal Way Date: August 02, 2022 To: Steve Groom, Finance Director From: Chase Donnelly, Deputy Finance Director Subject: Monthly Disbursements Summary The monthly AP and Payroll vouchers report is attached. Finance Department The following summarizes current and prior 2 months' disbursements for reasonableness comparison. Account Payable Voucher totals: • June $2,773,246.19 Construction projects total 518,904 (p. 8) Consulting contracts total 46,341 (p. 8) Electricity total 93,069 (p. 16) Medical Claims total 266,000 (p. 21) Professional Services total 381,104 (p. 35) Repairs and Maintenance total 112,814 (p. 46) Road Services/Permits — Intergov total 141,796 (p. 49) Transportation equipment 309,260 (p. 52) ® May $4,175,562.31 • April $2,428,783.80 Payroll voucher totals: June $4,368,347.71 May $3,962,977.06 ® April $3,961,234.06 City of Federal Way - Accounts Payable Check List Page 1 of 55 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total ACCTS RECEIVE/RECTRAC - FWCC $9.00 282310 7/15/2022 ALEXANDER. SITYKILA 6/17/2022 717971 $9.00 FWCC-REFUND CALCELLED PGM #717 ADAPT -A -FAMILY DONATION $2,450.00 282467 7/15/2022 SPECIAL OLYMPICS WASH I NC-7113/2022 7/13/22 $2,450.00 PD-DONATIONS ADVERTISING $3,380.21 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $137.15 SWR-GREEN LIVING ADS 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $175.00 SWR-GREEN LIVING ADS 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $121.15 DBC-MKTING 621224759 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 CITY VISA $1,440.00 CD -ADS 621224759 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 CITY VISA $199.00 FWCC-APP PYMT EGYM 621224759 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 CITY VISA $194.81 FWCC-JOB POSTINGS 621224759 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 CITY VISA $137.63 FWCC-EMAIL COMMUNICATION 621224759 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 CITY VISA $126.84 FWCC-MARKETING 621224759 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 CITY VISA $137.63 FWCC-ATHLETIC SUPPLIES 621224759 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 CITY VISA $199 00 FWCC-APP PAYMENT EGYM 282256 7/1/2022 SOUND PUBLISHING INC, 2/28/2022 8057380 $475.00 MO -AD ACCT#83724030 282256 7/1/2022 SOUND PUBLISHING INC, 5/31/2022 8067875 $37.00 MO -AD ACCT#83733388 AGRICULTURAL SUPPLIES $13,104.76 282262 7/1/2022 STAR LAKE GREENHOUSE IN16/15/2022 11644 $508.62 PKM-PLANTS 282270 7/1/2022 TRINITYACE HARDWARE, 6/17/2022 243946 $94.66 PKM-SUPPLIES 282270 7/1/2022 TRINITYACE HARDWARE, 6/22/2022 244872 $72.64 PKM-SUPPLIES 282160 7/1/2022 COASTAL FARM & HOME SUPI6/7/2022 4611 $77.06 PKM-OPER SUPPLIES 282174 7/1/2022 EWING IRRIGATION PRODUC-6/8/2022 16993480 $1,244.98 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 282174 7/1/2022 EWING IRRIGATION PRODUC-6/8/2022 16993674 $158.36 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 282356 7/15/2022 EWING IRRIGATION PRODUC-3/8/2022 16221486 $391.79 PKM=MAINT SUPPLIES 282503 7/15/2022 WINDMILL GARDENS, 3/31/2022 W10344 $8,856.90 PWST-HANGING BASKETS FOR 2022 282503 7/15/2022 WINDMILL GARDENS, 3/31/2022 W10344 $894.54 Sales Tax Key Bank Page 2 of 55 r.herk Nn nate Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 282309 7/15/2022 AGRISHOP INC, 4/26/2022 67299/1 $26.41 SWM-REPAIR/MAINT SUPPLIES 282356 7/15/2022 EWING IRRIGATION PRODUC-6/22/2022 17122126 $731.46 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 282485 7/15/2022 TRINITY ACE HARDWARE, 6/27/2022 245989 $47.33 PKM-SUPPLIES AIRFARE 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PD VISA $772.80 PD-DARC CONE AIRFARE 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PD VISA $607.10 PD-DARC CONE AIRFARE 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PD VISA $1,198.60 PD-DARC CONF. AIRFARE 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PD VISA $2,506,40 PD-AIRFARE - TRANING 282383 7/15/2022 HODGE, THADDEUS 7/4/2022 HODGE 2022 $696.63 PD-TRAVEL EXPENSE ASPHALT & ROAD OIL 282201 7/1/2022 LAKESIDE INDUSTRIES INC, 5/31/2022 197845 $447.47 PWST-REPAIR SUPPLIES 282403 7/15/2022 LAKESIDE INDUSTRIES INC, 6/11/2022 199198 $1,034.82 PWST-REPAIR SUPPLIES 282403 7/15/2022 LAKESIDE INDUSTRIES INC, 6/11/2022 199199 $635.35 PWST-REPAIR SUPPLIES 282421 7/15/2022 MILES RESOURCES LLC, 6/13/2022 333802 $806.80 SWM-ASPHALT SUPPLIES 282421 7/15/2022 MILES RESOURCES LLC, 3/28/2022 331525 $227.51 SWM-ASPHALT SUPPLIES ASSOCIATION DUES 621224759 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 CITY VISA $90.00 MO-MEMB. ECONOMIC VISION 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PD VISA $75.00 PD-WASPC ANNUAL DUES 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PD VISA $75.00 PD-WASPC ANNUAL DUES 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PD VISA $45.00 PD-ILEETA MEMB 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $75.00 IT-ACCIS MEMB DUES 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $110 00 FI-GFOA MEMB 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $265.00 CD-MEMB DUES 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $724.00 CD -PRO MEMB. 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $633.00 PKM-SPRAY PARK PERMIT 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $875.00 CK-PROF. DEVELOP. 282320 7/15/2022 BARRON, OMAR 7/12/2022 BARRON 2022 $116.00 PWTR-ENGINEER LICENSE RENEWAL $5,781.53 $3,151.96 $5,603.00 Key Bank Page 3 of 55 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountG L Total 262506 7/15/2022 WRPA-WA REC & PARK ASSO(5113/2022 7563 $840.00 PARKS/FWCC/PKM-MEMB RENEWAL 282506 7/15/2022 WRPA-WA REC & PARKASSO(5/13/2022 7563 $840.00 PARKS/FWCC/PKM-MEMB RENEWAL 282506 7/15/2022 WRPA-WA REC & PARK ASSO(5/13/2022 7563 $840.00 PARKS/FWCC/PKM-MEMB RENEWAL ATHLETIC SUPPLIES $3,845.05 621224759 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 CITY VISA $171.74 FWCC-ATHLETIC SUPPLIES 621224759 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 CITY VISA $360.00 FWCC-ATHLETIC SUPPLIES 621224759 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 CITY VISA $55.04 FWCC-ATHELTIC SUPPLIES 621224759 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 CITY VISA $66.05 FWCC-ATHLETIC SUPPLIES 621224759 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 CITY VISA $10239 FWCC-ATHLETIC SUPPLIES 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $2,886.03 PKM-ATHLETIC SUPPLIES 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $203.80 PKM-ATHLETIC SUPPLIES AUTOMATION FEE $1,362.46 282181 7/1/2022 FNW INC, 6/10/2022 22-101609 $1,254.46 CD -REFUND PERMIT FEES #22-1016 282369 7/15/2022 GO HAWK ELECTRIC, 5/24/2022 22-102390 $36.00 CD -REFUND PERMIT 22-102390 282349 7/15/2022 DUTCHER. JESSE 6/6/2022 22-102567 $36.00 CD -REFUND PERMIT 22-102567 282505 7/15/2022 WRIGHT, BENJAMIN 6/16/2022 22-102101 $36.00 CD -REFUND PERMIT 22-102101 BOOKS, MAPS, & PERIODICALS $2,277.84 621224759 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 CITY VISA $2,162.56 CD -BOOKS 621224759 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 CITY VISA $-131.99 MO -REFUND SUBSCR. 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PD VISA $5.95 PD-MNTHLY SUBSCR 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PD VISA $241.32 PD-CPR BOOKS BUILDING MATERIALS $1,028.89 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MR' 2022 PROCARD $249 04 FWCC-BLDG MATERIALS 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $249.04 FWCC-BL,DG MATERIALS 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $6.09 FWCC-BI.DG MATERIALS 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $6.09 FWCC-BLDG MATERIALS 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $66.87 FWCC-BLDG MATERIALS 282207 7/1/2022 LOWE'S HIW INC, 6/10/2022 09582 $35.55 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES Key Bank Page 4 of 55 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 282185 7/1/2022 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-250076/912022 7616597 $154 14 PKM-REPAIR & MAINT SUPPLIES 282207 7/1/2022 LOWE'S HIW INC, 6/13/2022 23735 $77.31 CHB-MAINT SUPPLIES 282207 7/1/2022 LOWE'S HIW INC, 6/6/2022 01497 $184.76 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES BUILDING PERMITS $23,614.82 282181 7/1/2022 FNW INC, 6/10/2022 22-101609 $22.089.78 CD -REFUND PERMIT FEES #22-1016 282337 7/15/2022 CURA, MARISOL 5/31/2022 22-100864 $1,525.04 CD -REFUND PERMIT 22-100864 CASH SHORT & OVER $3,690.62 282342 7/15/2022 D R HORTON, 6/23/2022 22-102451 $3,590.62 CD -REFUND PERMIT 22-102451 CELLULAR PHONE AIR TIME $17,650.16 282148 7/1/2022 AT&T MOBILITY, 6/5/2022 287290386709X0613202 $540.46 IT/PWST-5/22 DATA CARDS 282148 7/1/2022 AT&T MOBILITY, 6/11/2022 287288982773X0619202 $4,301.11 IT-5/22 DATA CARDS 282275 7/1/2022 VERIZON WIRELESS, 6/13/2022 9908818019 $6.161.74 IT-04/22 CELLULAR SVC 282275 7/1/2022 VERIZON WIRELESS, 6/13/2022 9908818019 $6,161.74 IT-04/22 CELLULAR SVC 282483 7/15/2022 T-MOBILE USA INC, 6/21/2022 830401935 $33.39 IT-05/22 CELLULAR SVC 282491 7/15/2022 VERIZON WIRELESS, 6/13/2022 9908818020 $225 86 IT-05/22 CELLULAR SVC ACCT# 282491 7/15/2022 VERIZON WIRELESS, 6/13/2022 9908818020 $225.86 IT-05/22 CELLULAR SVC ACCT# CLOTHING AND FOOTWEAR $21,576.09 621224759 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 CITY VISA $41.77 FWCC-STAFF SHIRTS 621224759 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 CITY VISA $20 91 FWCC-STAFF SHIRTS 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $187.16 SWM-SAFETY WORK BOOTS 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PD VISA $550,57 PD-UNIFORM 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PD VISA $62.49 PD-UNIFORM 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PD VISA $187.47 PD-UNIFORM 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $51 73 PWST-SHOE ORTHOTIC 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $104.02 SWM-BOOTS 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $522 00 SWM-UNIFORM 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $225.73 SWM-UNIFORM 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $65.00 SWM-UNIFORM Key Bank Page 5 of 55 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 621229491 6/2112022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $132.11 SWM-UNIFORM 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $65 00 SWM-UNIFORM 282295 7/1/2022 WHITE, DOCK 6/9/2022 WHITE 2022 $189.98 PD-GLASSES 282294 7/1/2022 WHISTLE WORKWEAR, 11/30/2021 INV2070000515 $441.72 PKM-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 282299 7/1/2022 ZAICHKIN, ETHAN 6/6/2022 ZAICHKIN 2022 $200.00 PD-BOOTS 282136 7/1/2022 911 SUPPLY INC, 616/2022 INV-2-19071 $279.93 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 282136 7/1/2022 911 SUPPLY INC, 6/6/2022 INV-2-19072 $995.86 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 282135 7/1/2022 911 SUPPLY INC, 6/6/2022 INV-2-19074 $387.65 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 282288 711/2022 WASHINGTON WORKWEAR 1-I6/10/2022 6049 $7&62 PWST-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 282288 7/1I2022 WASHINGTON WORKWEAR LI6/10/2022 6050 $96.19 PWST-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 282241 7/1/2022 RED WING SHOE STORE, 6/13/2022 666 $232.85 CD -UNIFORM SAFETY FOOTWEAR 282136 7/1/2022 911 SUPPLY INC, 6113/2022 INV-2-19254 $8.81 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 282136 711/2022 911 SUPPLY INC, 6/9/2022 INV-2-19158 $110.12 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 282160 7/1/2022 COASTAL FARM & HOME SUPB/9/2022 4617 $148.62 PKM-OPER SUPPLIES 282136 7/1/2022 911 SUPPLY INC, 6/8/2022 INV-2-19097 $43.49 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 282136 71112022 911 SUPPLY INC, 6/8/2022 INV-2-19112 $608.52 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 282264 7/1/2022 SYMBOLARTS LLC, 6/8/2022 0432709-IN $121.11 PD-BADGES 282264 7/1/2022 SYMBOLARTS LLC, 6I8/2022 0432790-IN $2,434.32 PD-BADGES 282257 7/1/2022 SOUND UNIFORM/BRATWEAR5/13/2022 202205SU094 $158.83 PD-UNIFORM/EQUIPMENT 282257 7/1/2022 -SOUND UNIFORM/BRATWEAR5/19/2022 202205SU168 $130.15 PD-UNIFORM/EQUIPMENT 282257 711/2022 SOUND UNIFORMIBRATWEAR5/26/2022 202205SU270 $261.41 PD-U NI FORM/EQUIPMENT 282257 711/2022 SOUND UNIFORM/BRATWEAR5/24/2022 202205SU208 $261.41 PD-UNIFORM/EQUIPMENT 282465 7/15/2022 SOUND UNIFORM/BRATWEAR3/31/2022 202203SU279 $2,536.90 PD-UNIFORM/EQUIPMENT 282465 7/15/2022 SOUND UNIFORM/BRATWEAR6/1/2022 202206SU006 $311,05 PD-UNIFORM/EQUIPMENT 282465 7/15/2022 SOUND UNIFORM/BRATWEAR6/l/2022 202206SU012 $35.30 PD-UNIFORM/EQUIPMENT 282465 7/15/2022 SOUND UNIFORM/BRATWEAR6/8/2022 202206SU087 $12.41 PD-UNIFORM/EQUIPMENT Page 6 of 55 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 282465 7/15/2022 SOUND UNIFORM/BRATWEAR6/8/2022 202206SU088 $60.67 PD-UNI FORM/EQUIPMENT 282465 7/15/2022 SOUND UNIFORM/BRATWEAR6/9/2022 202206SU099 $209.57 PD-UNIFORM/EQUIPMENT 282351 7/15/2022 EAGLE GRAPHICS INC, EAGLI6/20/2022 513065 $601.79 PWST-UNIFORMS 282341 7/15/2022 D J TROPHY, 6/13/2022 287191 $197.96 PARKS -CLOTHING SUPPLIES 282303 7/15/2022 911 SUPPLY INC, 6/23/2022 INV-2-19480 $321.37 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 282303 7/15/2022 911 SUPPLY INC, 6/23/2022 INV-2-19481 $218.87 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 282303 7/15/2022 911 SUPPLY INC, 6/23/2022 INV-2-19482 $871.17 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 282303 7/15/2022 911 SUPPLY INC, 6/23/2022 INV-2-19483 $2,040.43 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 282303 7/15/2022 911 SUPPLY INC, 6/23/2022 INV-2-19484 $605.28 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 282303 7/15/2022 911 SUPPLY INC, 6/23/2022 INV-2-19485 $991.26 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 282302 7/15/2022 911 SUPPLY INC, 6/27/2022 INV-2-19562 $2,796,54 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 282340 7/15/2022 D J TROPHY, 6/29/2022 287196 $252.13 PARKS -CLOTHING SUPPLIES 282464 7/15/2022 SONNEN, JOE 7/14/2022 SONNEN 2022 $108.84 PKM-WORK BOOTS COMMUNICATIONS $1,296.15 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $71.95 IT-INTERNET SVCS 282157 7/1/2022 CENTURYLINK, 6/4/2022 206-Z04-0609472B $54.75 IT-06/22 PHONE SERVICES 282157 7/1/2022 CENTURYLINK, 6/4/2022 206-Z04-0609472B $363.67 IT-06/22 PHONE SERVICES 282157 7/1/2022 CENTURYLINK, 6/4/2022 206-Z04-0609472B $363.67 IT-06/22 PHONE SERVICES 282148 7/1/2022 AT&T MOBILITY, 6/5/2022 287290386709XO613202 $182.26 IT/PWST-5/22 DATA CARDS 282313 7/15/2022 AMERICALL COMMUNICATION6/29/2022 116417220629 $86.62 SWM/PWST/CHB-CALL CENTER SVCS 282313 7/15/2022 AMERICALL COMMUNICATION3/29/2022 116417220629 $86.62 SWM/PWST/CHB-CALL CENTER SVCS 282313 7/15/2022 AMERICALL COMMUNICATION6/29/2022 116417220629 $86.61 SWM/PWST/CHB-CALL CENTER SVCS CONCEAL PISTOL LIC-RENEW-CITY $14.00 282215 7/1/2022 MINH BUI, CUONG NGOC 6/14/2022 003-00100980 $14.00 PD-RENEWAL REFUND CONCEALED PISTOL LIC - FBI $397.50 282495 7/15/2022 WA STATE PATROL, 7/5/2022 122007911 $397.50 IT -ACCESS USER FEE CONCEALED PISTOL LIC - STATE $885.00 282215 7/1/2022 MINH BU1, CUONG NGOC 6/14/2022 003-00100980 $18.00 PD-RENEWAL REFUND Key Bank Page 7 of 55 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 282494 7/15/2022 WA STATE DEPT OF LICENSIN6/30/2022 06/30/22 CPL FEES $867.00 PD-06130/22 CPL FEES CONFERENCE/SEMINAR REGISTRATH $51,437.42 621224759 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 CITY VISA $2,970.50 PWST-CDL TRAINING 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PD VISA $149.00 PD-NELSON LAW CONF. 621224759 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 CITY VISA $43.00 FWCC-LIFEGUARD RECERTIFICATION 621224759 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 CITY VISA $615.00 PARKS -ANNUAL CONE 621224759 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 CITY VISA $499 95 MC -PROBATIONARY CONE LODGING 621224759 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 CITY VISA $499.95 MC -PROBATIONARY CONE LODGING 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PD VISA $475.00 PD-ABM CONF. 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PD VISA $149.00 PD-NELSON LAW CONF. 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PD VISA $149.00 PD-NELSON LAW CONF. 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PD VISA $800.00 PD-SNIPER CRAFT CONF. 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $58.05 SWM-MNTHLY MEMB 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $58.05 PWST-MNTHLY MEMB 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $140.00 CC -CHAMBER LUNCHEON 6/1/22 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $1,125.00 CC-REGIST. CONF. 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $30.00 CC-CHMB LUNCHEON 5/4122 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $375.00 PWST-JOB POSTING 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $100.00 IT -WA STATE GIS CONF. 2022 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $319.11 SWR-RECYCLING CONF. 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $319.11 SWR-RECYCLING CONE 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $843.70 SWM-TRAINING IAM CERT. 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $65.00 PWST-FLAGGER TRNG 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $65.00 PWST-FLAGGER TRNG 282282 7/l/2022 WA STATE DEPT OF TRANSPC5/1812022 03152CN $700.00 PWST/SWM-BMP TRAINING 282282 7/l/2022 WA STATE DEPT OF TRANSPC5/18/2022 03152CN $700.00 PWST/SWM-BMP TRAINING Key Bank Check No- Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description Page 8 of 55 AmountGLTotal 282143 7/1/2022 ALIZAI, SHEKIB 6/15/2022 ALIZAI 2022 $45.00 PWST-ADV TVL REIMB AUTO DESK C 282279 7/l/2022 WA STATE CRIMINAL JUSTICE6/8/2022 201136412 $17,724.00 PD-TRAINING SVC 282280 7/l/2022 WA STATE CRIMINAL JUSTICE6/8/2022 201136428 $4,431,00 PD-TRAINING SVC 282280 7/1/2022 WA STATE CRIMINAL JUSTICE6/8/2022 201136445 $4,431.00 PD-TRAINING SVC 282280 7/1/2022 WA STATE CRIMINAL JUSTICE6l8/2022 201136462 $8,862.00 PD-TRAINING SVC 282280 7/l/2022 WA STATE CRIMINAL JUSTICE6l8/2022 201136544 $4,431.00 PD-TRAINING SVC 282253 7/l/2022 SNOHOMISH COUNTY SHERIF6/23/2022 06/23/2022 $200.00 PD,ADVANCED POLICE MOTORCYCLE 282317 7/15/2022 ASSEFA-DAWSON, LYDIA 7/6/2022 ASSEFA-DAWSON 2022 $65.00 CC -CONFERENCE TRAVEL FEES CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS $618,904.10 282255 7/l/2022 SOUND PACIFIC CONSTRUCT6/1/2022 AG21-127 #7 $51.640.15 PW-AG21-127 SW DASH POINT RD @ 282306 7/15/2022 ACTIVE CONSTRUCTION INC,5/31/2022 AG22-011 #1 $355,289.13 PW-AG22-011 LAKOTA MIDDLE SCHO 282385 7/15/2022 ICON MATERIALS INC, 6/6/2022 AG22-035 #1 $111,974.82 PW-AG22-035 2022 ASPHALT OVERL CONSULTING CONTRACTS $46,341.06 282269 7/1/2022 TRANSPO GROUP USA INC, 6/8/2022 28200 $26,472.31 PW-AG21-152 S 288TH ST RD DIET 282184 7/l/2022 HEARTLAND LLC, 5/31/2022 1321MAY2022 $2,905 00 CD-AG22-060 HOUSING ACTION PLA 282400 7/15/2022 KPG INC, 6/8/2022 4-2422 $716.00 PW-AG21-195 ON -CALL PLAN REVIE 282400 7/15/2022 KPG INC, 6/8/2022 4-2522 $537.00 PW-AG21-195 ON -CALL PLAN REVIE 282382 7/15/2022 HELIX DESIGN GROUP INC, 5/31/2022 0003232 $143.00 PW-AG20-925 OPT & MAINT FACILI 282441 7/15/2022 OTAK INC, 5/27/2022 000052200352 $2,982-75 CD-AG22-050 SOUTH STATION SUBA 282441 7/15/2022 OTAK INC, 6/24/2022 000062200212 $2,056.00 CD-AG22-050 SOUTH STATION SUBA 282484 7/15/2022 TRANSPO GROUP USA INC, 6/15/2022 28246 $2,018.75 PWTR-AG19-029 ON -CALL TRAFFIC 282399 7/15/2022 KPFF INC, KPFF CONSULTING5/29/2022 428962 $3,187.71 PW:AG20-008 PACIFIC HW NON -MOT 282392 7/15/2022 JLA PUBLIC INVOLVEMENT, 7/l/2022 22-690-02 $5,322.54 CD-AG22-034 COMP PLAN UPDATE C COPIER & PRINTER SUPPLIES $2,310.32 282192 7/1/2022 JOHNSON-COX COMPANY, 5/24/2022 00077889 $746,48 HR-ENVELOPES 282156 7/l/2022 CAFFE D'ARTE LLC, 6/6/2022 493337 $64.08 HR-COFFEE SUPPLIES 282164 7/l/2022 COMPLETE OFFICE, 6/9/2022 2139472-0 $265.03 HR-OFFICE SUPPLIES Key Bank Page 9 of 55 Check No Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 282164 7/1/2022 COMPLETE OFFICE, 6/9/2022 2139473-0 $132 52 HR-OFFICE SUPPLIES 282164 7/1/2022 COMPLETE OFFICE, 6/9/2022 2139474-0 $66 26 HR-OFFICE SUPPLIES 282164 7/1/2022 COMPLETE OFFICE, 6/8/2022 2139471-0 $97.30 HR-OFFICE SUPPLIES 282192 7/1/2022 JOHNSON-COX COMPANY, 6/10/2022 00077949 $739.87 HR-ENVELOPES 282164 7/1/2022 COMPLETE OFFICE, 6/10/2022 2139801-0 $132.52 HR-OFFICE SUPPLIES 282164 7/1/2022 COMPLETE OFFICE, 6/10/2022 2139836-0 $66.26 HR-OFFICE SUPPLIES COURIER SERVICE $16.49 282177 7/1/2022 FEDERAL EXPRESS CORPOR.6/3/2022 7-776-91390 $18.49 HR-MAILING SVC COURT -AUTO THEFT PREVENTION $2,672.12 282496 7/15/2022 WA STATE -STATE REVENUES,7/11/2022 JUNE 2022 $2,572.12 FI-06/22 STATE PORTION REMIT F COURT - CRIME VICTIMS $674.04 282448 7/15/2022 PROSECUTING ATTORNEYSO/11/2022 07/11/22 $674.04 FI-REFUND KC CRIME VICTIMS REM COURT -DEATH INV ACCT $66.08 282496 7/15/2022 WA STATE -STATE REVEN UES,7/11/2022 JUNE 2022 $56.08 FI-06/22 STATE PORTION REMIT F COURT - HWY SAFETY ACT $195.03 282496 7/15/2022 WA STATE -STATE R EVEN UES,7/11/2022 JUNE 2022 $195.03 FI-06/22 STATE PORTION REMIT F COURT - PSEA JIS $8,484.78 282496 7/15/2022 WA STATE -STATE REVENUES,7/11/2022 JUNE 2022 $8,484.78 FI-06/22 STATE PORTION REMIT F COURT - SCHOOL SAFETY ZONE $4.02 282496 7/15/2022 WA STATE -STATE REVEN UES,7/11/2022 JUNE 2022 $4 02 FI-06/22 STATE PORTION REMIT F COURT -STATE ACCESS COMM ACCT $22.22 282496 7/15/2022 WA STATE -STATE R EVEN U ES,7/11/2022 JUNE 2022 $22.22 FI-06/22 STATE PORTION REMIT F COURT - STATE MULTI TRANS ACCT $22.22 282496 7/15/2022 WA STATE -STATE REVEN UES,7/11/2022 JUNE 2022 $22.22 FI-06/22 STATE PORTION REMIT F COURT - STATE PORTION $20,351.92 282496 7/15/2022 WA STATE -STATE REVEN UES,?/11/2022 JUNE 2022 $20,351.92 FI-06/22 STATE PORTION REMIT F COURT - STATE PSEA 2 $10,435.23 282496 7/15/2022 WA STATE -STATE REVEN UES,7/11/2022 JUNE 2022 $10,435.23 FI-06/22 STATE PORTION REMIT F COURT - STATE PSEA3 $218.81 282496 7/15/2022 WASTATE-STATE REVEN UES,7/11/2022 JUNE 2022 $218.81 FI-06/22 STATE PORTION REMIT F COURT - TRAUMA BRAIN INJURY $1,136.06 282496 7/15/2022 WA STATE -STATE REVEN UES,7/11/2022 JUNE 2022 $1,135.06 FI-06/22 STATE PORTION REMIT F COURT - WSP HIWAY ACCT $318.82 Key Bank Page 10 of 55 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 282496 7/15/2022 WA STATE -STATE REVEN UES,?/11/2022 JUNE 2022 $318.82 FI-06/22 STATE PORTION REMIT F COURT -TRAUMA VICTIMS $1,284.51 282496 7/15/2022 WASTATE-STATE REVEN UES,7/11/2022 JUNE 2022 $1,284.51 FI-06/22 STATE PORTION REMIT F COURT -VEHICLE LIC FRAUD $687.28 282496 7/15/2022 WA STATE -STATE R EVEN UES,7/11/2022 JUNE 2022 $587.28 FI-06/22 STATE PORTION REMIT F CPL LAMINATION $5.00 282215 7/1/2022 MINH BUI, CUONG NGOC 6/14/2022 003-00100980 $5.00 PD-RENEWAL REFUND CUSTODIAL & CLEANING $7,428.36 282146 7/1/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE6/14/2022 5120023968 $27.25 FWCC-LINEN SVC 282146 7/1/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE6/14/2022 5120023969 $41 84 FWCC-LINEN SVC 282220 7/1/2022 MY ALARM CENTER, 5/25/2022 16708888 $484.00 CHB-ALARM MONITORING SVC 282146 7/1/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE5/17/2022 5120005165 $94.97 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 7/1/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE5/17/2022 5120005169 $98.65 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 7/1/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE5/24/2022 5120009811 $94.97 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 7/1/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE5/24/2022 5120009815 $113,18 DBC-LINEN SVC 282260 7/1/2022 STANLEY CONVERGENT SECL5/26/2022 6002521041 $141.18 CHB-CELEBRATION PRK 07/01/22-0 282146 7/1/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE9/14/2021 512000144559 $105.20 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 7/1/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE9/14/2021 512000144560 $93.30 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 7/1/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE9/21/2021 512000149547 $93.30 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 7/1/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE10/12/2021 512000164998 $100.35 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 7/1/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE10/12/2021 512000165001 $86.76 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 7/1/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE10/19/2021 512000169600 $105.20 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 7/1/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE10/19/2021 512000169602 $86.76 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 7/1/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE10/26/2021 512000174397 $105 20 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 7/1/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE10/26/2021 512000174399 $8676 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 7/1/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE11/2/2021 512000179878 $107.90 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 7/1/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE11/2/2021 512000179881 $86.76 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 7/1/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE11/9/2021 512000184876 $95.51 DBC-LINEN SVC Key Bank Page 11 of 55 Check No, Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmmunlGl. Total 282146 7/l/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE11/912021 512000184878 $86.76 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 7/1/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE11/16/2021 512000189589 $85.83 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 7/l/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE11/16/2021 512000189592 $96.44 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 7/l/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE11/23/2021 512000195128 $100 35 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 7/l/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE11/23/2021 512000195132 $96.44 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 711/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE11/30/2021 512000200094 $85.83 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 7/l/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE11/30/2021 512000200096 $96.44 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 7/1/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE12/7/2021 512000204520 $90.66 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 7l1/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE12/7/2021 512000204521 $96.44 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 7/1/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE12/14/2021 512000209710 $71 29 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 7/1/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE12114/2021 512000209712 $96 44 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 7/l/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICEI2/21/2021 512000214332 $71.29 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 7/l/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE12/21/2021 512000214334 $96.44 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 7/l/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICEI2/28/2021 512000219262 $71.29 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 7/l/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE12128/2021 512000219264 $96.44 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 7l1/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICEI/4/2022 512000224257 $71.29 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 7/1/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICEI/4/2022 512000224260 $96.44 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 7/l/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICEI/11/2022 512000229063 $71 29 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 7/l/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE1/11I2022 512000229066 $96.44 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 7/l/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE1/18/2022 512000234061 $71.29 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 7/l/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICEI/18/2022 512000234062 $96.44 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 711/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE1125/2022 512000238874 $71 29 DBC-LINEN SVC 262146 7/l/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE1125/2022 512000238875 $96.44 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 7/1/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE2/1/2022 512000243574 $85.83 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 7/1/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE2/1/2022 512000243577 $9644 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 7/1/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE9/21/2021 512000149544 $102.78 DBC-LINEN SVC Key Bank Page 12 of 55 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 282146 7/1/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE2/8/2022 512000248548 $71.29 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 7/1/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE2/8/2022 512000248550 $96.44 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 7/1/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE2/15/2022 512000252916 $96.40 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 7/1/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE2/22/2022 512000257344 $96.44 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 7/1/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE3/1/2022 512000262340 $73.49 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 7/1/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE3/1/2022 512000262342 $96.44 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 7/1/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE3/8/2022 512000267550 $92.87 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 7/1/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE3/8/2022 512000267558 $95.65 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 7/1/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE3/15/2022 512000272971 $133.71 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 7/1/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE3/15/2022 512000272974 $98.65 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 7/1/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE3/22/2022 51000277816 $94.97 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 7/1/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE3/22/2022 512000277818 $98.65 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 7/1/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE3/29/2022 512000283131 $162.78 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 7/1/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE3/29/2022 512000283134 $98.65 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 7/1/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE4/5/2022 512000288024 $119A9 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 7/1/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE4/5/2022 512000288025 $98.65 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 7/1/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE4/12/2022 512000293441 $119.19 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 7/1/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE4/12/2022 512000293444 $98.65 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 7/1/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE4/19/2022 512000298305 $94.97 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 7/1/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE4/19/2022 512000298308 $98.65 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 7/1/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE4/26/2022 512000303237 $114.34 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 7/1/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE4/26/2022 512000303238 $98.65 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 7/1/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE5/3/2022 512000307888 $119.19 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 7/1/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE5/3/2022 512000307890 $98.65 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 7/1/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE5/10/2022 512000312332 $109.49 DBC-LINEN SVC 282146 7/1/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE5/10/2022 512000312339 $98.65 DBC-LINEN SVC Key Bank Page 13 of 55 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 282260 7/1/2022 STANLEY CONVERGENT SEC5/26/2022 6002525451 $141.18 CHB-CELEBRATION PRK 07/01/22- 282314 7/15/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE6/28/2022 5120033693 $27.25 FWCC-LINEN SVC 282314 7/15/2022 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE6/28/2022 5120033695 $41.84 FWCC-LINEN SVC DAMAGE DEPOSIT -RETREAT CENTER $150.00 282458 7/15/2022 SELAH CENTER, ATTN SHERY6/8/2022 62990 $150 00 DBC-REFUND CANCELLED PGM #6299 DEF REV-FWCC-REC TRAC $977.34 282175 7/1/2022 FAAAGI, JANET 6/14/2022 715298 $500 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FWCC-REFUND CANCELLED PGM #711 282328 7/15/2022 BUTLER, CHERI 6/9/2022 711553 $11.00 FWCC-REFUND CANCELLED PGM #711 282338 7/15/2022 CURRY, TINA 6/9/2022 711559 $25.00 FWCC-REFUND CANCELLED PGM #711 282344 7/15/2022 DAYKIN, JON 6/9/2022 711561 $13.00 FWCC-REFUND CANCELLED PGM #711 282358 7/15/2022 FATE, HEIDI 6/9/2022 711565 $11.00 FWCC-REFUND CANCELLED PGM #711 282364 7/15/2022 FITZPATRICK, KORI 6/9/2022 711566 $23.00 FWCC-REFUND CALCELLED PGM #711 282365 7/15/2022 FONTAINE, RICKEY 6/9/2022 711567 $11.00 FWCC-REFUND CALCELLED PGM #711 282366 7/15/2022 FOUNTAINE, DOWNIQUE 6/9/2022 711570 $11.00 FWCC-REFUND CALCELLED PGM #711 282370 7/15/2022 GOURAS, JASON 6/9/2022 711572 $12.00 FWCC-REFUND CALCELLED PGM #711 Key Bank Page 14 of 55 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 282374 7/15/2022 HAN, YOUNG 6/9/2022 711573 $3 64 FWCC-REFUND CALCELLED PGM #711 282375 7/15/2022 HARRIS, MARC 6/9/2022 711574 $62.00 FWCC-REFUND CALCELLED PGM #711 282376 7/15/2022 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PW-REFUND #22-102435 282437 7/15/2022 NOVA BUILD INC, 5/10/2021 19-100942 18-105620 $8.25 PW-REFUND #19-100942 & 18-105 DEPOSIT-ENVIRON REVIEW $16.666.88 282171 7/1/2022 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE, 6/16/2022 175202 $2,587.50 CD-AG19-127 THIRD PARTY WETLAN 282171 7/1/2022 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE, 6/16/2022 175208 $1,950.00 CD-AG19-127 THIRD PARTY WETLAN 282142 7/1/2022 AHBL INC. 5/31/2022 132373 $2,750.00 CD-AG20-555 EVALUATION OF LAND 282398 7/15/2022 KITTS CORNER DEVELOPMEI'7/11/2022 15-105729 $3.659.20 CD -REFUND PERMIT 15-105729 282444 7/15/2022 PENA, FORTUNATO 7/7/2022 17-106104 $1.50 CD -REFUND PERMIT 17-106104 282360 7/15/2022 FEDERAL WAY CAMPUS LLC, ,7(7/2022 18-100123 $3,825.84 CD -REFUND PERMIT 18-100123 282436 7/15/2022 NORTNESS CONSULTING, AT77/7/2022 18-100666 $87.84 CD -REFUND PERMIT 18-100666 282404 7/15/2022 LANDAU ASSOCIATES INC, 6/24/2022 0051327 $1,805.00 CD-AG19-156 THIRD PARTY WETLAN DISPATCH SERVICES-INTERGOV $2,345.60 282274 7/1/2022 VALLEY COMMUNICATIONS C6110/2022 0026474 $2,345,60 PD-WSP ACCESS 2022 Q2 DP COMPONENTS $1,713.06 282300 7/1/2022 ZONES INC, 6/7/2022 K19420810101 $59.61 IT - SUPPLY OF HEADSETS AND WE 282300 7/1/2022 ZONES INC, 6/7/2022 K19420810101 $536 51 IT - SUPPLY OF HEADSETS AND WE 282300 7/1/2022 ZONES INC, 6/7/2022 K19420810101 $6.02 Sales Tax 282300 7/1/2022 ZONES INC, 6/7/2022 K19420810101 $54.19 Sales Tax 282300 7/1/2022 ZONES INC, 6/7/2022 K19420810102 $44.71 IT - SUPPLY OF HEADSETS AND WE 282300 7/1/2022 ZONES INC, 6/7/2022 K19420810102 $402.38 IT - SUPPLY OF HEADSETS AND WE 282300 7/1/2022 ZONES INC, 6/7/2022 K19420810102 $4.52 Sales Tax 282300 7/1/2022 ZONES INC, 6/7/2022 K19420810102 $40.64 Sales Tax 282247 7/1/2022 SERVERSUPPLY.COM INC, 5/4/2022 3914371 $282.24 IT - HARD DRIVES FOR CFWLOCKER 282247 7/1/2022 SERVERSUPPLY.COM INC, 5/4/2022 3914371 $282.24 IT - HARD DRIVES FOR CFWLOCKER ELECTRICAL PERMITS $2,789.18 282339 7/15/2022 CUSTOM ELECTRICAL SVCS 15/17/2022 21-102177 $729.32 CD -REFUND PERMIT 21-102177 Key Bank Page 16 of 55 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 282321 7/15/2022 BENNETT ELECTRIC INC, 5/12/2022 21-105041 $616 24 CD -REFUND PERMIT 21-105041 282498 7/15/2022 WASHINGTON GENERATORS 5/23/2022 21-104950 21-104951 $119.17 CD -REFUND PERMIT 21-104950 & 2 282350 7/15/2022 E C COMPANY, 5/24/2022 22-101543 $58.26 CD -REFUND PERMIT 22-101543 282369 7/15/2022 GO HAWK ELECTRIC, 5/24/2022 22-102390 $182.61 CD -REFUND PERMIT 22-102390 282369 7/15/2022 GO HAWK ELECTRIC, 5/24/2022 22-102424 $146.09 CD -REFUND PERMIT 22-102424 282350 7/15/2022 E C COMPANY, 6/6/2022 22-102264 $762.40 CD -REFUND PERMIT22-102264 282349 7/15/2022 DUTCHER, JESSE 6/6/2022 22-102567 $72.83 CD -REFUND PERMIT 22-102567 282395 7/15/2022 KANON ELECTRIC, 6/17/2022 22-102791 $102 26 CD -REFUND PERMIT 22-102791 ELECTRICITY $93,069.26 282237 7/1/2022 PUGET SOUND ENERGY INC, 5/23/2022 220028947798 $71,374.69 PWTR-05/22 PWTR STREETLIGHTS 282237 7/l/2022 PUGET SOUND ENERGY INC, 6/16/2022 220003675349 $8,10 PKM-06/22 726 S 356TH ELECTRIC 282237 7/l/2022 PUGET SOUND ENERGY INC, 6/13/2022 300000009526 $21.484.29 PWTR-06/22 PWTR STREETLIGHTS 282237 7/1/2022 PUGET SOUND ENERGY INC, 6/14/2022 220025635438 $45.97 PKM-06/22 31132 28TH AVE S 282237 7/l/2022 PUGET SOUND ENERGY INC, 6/15/2022 220028151383 $87.76 PWTR-06/22 34404 16TH AVE 282237 7/l/2022 PUGET SOUND ENERGY INC, 6/15/2022 220028560633 $14.59 PWTR-05/22 34701 11TH PL S 282450 7/15/2022 PUGET SOUND ENERGY INC, 6/16/2022 220018358782 $11.96 PKM-05/22 550 SW CAMPUS DR #P1 282450 7/15/2022 PUGET SOUND ENERGY INC, 6/16/2022 220027462302 $29.48 SWM-34016 9TH AVE S FEDERAL WA 282450 7/15/2022 PUGET SOUND ENERGY INC, 6/14/2022 220014198398 $12.41 PKM-06/22 2645 S 312TH ST ELEC FACILITY RENTALS $130.21 282458 7/15/2022 SELAH CENTER, ATTN SHERY6/8/2022 62990 $130.21 DBC-REFUND CANCELLED PGM #6299 FIRE DEPARTMENT PERMIT $3,763.37 282181 7/l/2022 FNW INC, 6/10/2022 22-101609 $3,763.37 CD -REFUND PERMIT FEES #22-1016 FIRST CLASS POSTAGE $1,687.63 282179 7/l/2022 FEDEX OFFICE, 6/13/2022 7-786-42322 $81.36 FI-MAILING SV 282232 7/1/2022 PITNEY BOWES PRESORT SV6/4/2022 1020870392 $1,197.14 FI-PITNEY BOWES POSTAGE DEPOSI 282232 7/l/2022 PITNEY BOWES PRESORT SV6/4/2022 1020870393 $261.39 FI-PITNEY BOWES POSTAGE DEPOSI 282176 7/112022 FEDERAL EXPRESS CORPOR.6/10/2022 7-784-10582 $22.20 IT -MAILING SVC 282359 7/15/2022 FEDERAL EXPRESS CORPOR.6/24/2022 7-798-85240 $125 44 IT -MAILING SVC Key Bank Page 17 of 55 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal FOOD S BEVERAGE $6,786.76 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PD VISA $91.69 PD-PANEL INTERVIEWS 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PD VISA $134.50 PD-CHEIF'S CALL 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PD VISA $3.25 PD-CIS COFFE FOR CRIME SCENE 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PD VISA $4..90 PD-CIS COFFE FOR CRIME SCENE 621224759 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 CITY VISA $3 50 MO -OFFICE CREAMER 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PD VISA $90 98 PD-CIS CALLOUT 621224759 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 CITY VISA $13.28 MO -OFFICE COFFEE 621224759 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 CITY VISA $74.36 PARKS -ART CONTEST RECEPTION 621224759 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 CITY VISA $100.19 PARKS-F-DUB SNACKS 621224759 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 CITY VISA $49.44 PARKS -CAMP SNACKS 621224759 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 CITY VISA $57.87 PARKS -JOB FAIR LUNCH 621224759 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 CITY VISA $55.74 PARKS -JOB FAIR LUNCH 621224759 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 CITY VISA $21.12 PARKS-F DUB SNACKS 621224759 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 CITY VISA $37.47 PARKS-F DUB SNACKS 621224759 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 CITY VISA $35 77 PARKS -SENIOR TRIP LUNCH 621224759 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 CITY VISA $159 00 PARKS -TICKETS SENIOR TRIP 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $82.95 PW-RETREAT WK FOOD 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $60 00 PWST-RETREAT WK FOOD 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $8.89 SWR-RETREAT WK FOOD 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $80.00 SWM-RETR EAT WK FOOD 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $44.44 SWM-RETREAT WK FOOD 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $120.00 CD -SUMMER RETREAT FOOD 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $121 86 MO-MGMT TEAM DINNER 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $167.84 CC -DINNER FOR COUNCIL 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $108 67 MO -COUNCIL DINNER Key Bank Page 18 of 55 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description _ AmounLGLTotal 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $121.74 CC -COUNCIL DINNER 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $70.00 PW-SOUND TRANSIT MTG 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $109,89 LAW -PANEL INTERVIEW LUNCH 282271 7/l/2022 US FOODS INC, 5/2612022 4406057 $198-24 DBC-CATERING SUPPLIES 282272 7/l/2022 US FOODS INC, 5/24/2022 4357527 $19.66 DBC-CATERING SUPPLIES 282271 7/1/2022 US FOODS INC, 6/6/2022 4645938 $772 53 DBC-CATERING SUPPLIES 282217 7/112022 MONTGOMERY, SARA 6/15/2022 MONTGOMERY 2022 $24.28 PARKS-WALMART-SNACKS FOR CULTU 282217 7/l/2022 MONTGOMERY, SARA 6/15/2022 MONTGOMERY 2022 $5.49 PARKS-FRED MEYER-SNACKS FOR CU 282217 7/l/2022 MONTGOMERY, SARA 6/15/2022 MONTGOMERY 2022 $5.98 PARKS-WALMART-SNACKS FOR CULTU 282239 7/l/2022 QUENCH, INC, 6/l/2022 INV4019994 $139.06 DBC-DRINKING WATER 282329 7/15/2022 CAFFE D'ARTE LLC, 6/27/2022 495080 $40.00 HR-COFFEE SUPPLIES 282488 7/15/2022 US FOODS INC, 6116/2022 4884567 $1,073.43 DBC-CATERING SUPPLIES 282499 7/15/2022 WATERLOGIC USA LLC, 6/22/2022 1540418 $181.66 PD-07/22 RENTAL DEFERRED COOLIE 282488 7/15/2022 US FOODS INC, 6/20/2022 4972719 $639.29 DBC-CATERING SUPPLIES 282488 7/15/2022 US FOODS INC, 6/20/2022 4979367 $585.30 DBC-CATERING SUPPLIES 282488 7/15/2022 US FOODS INC, 5/12/2022 4086065 $51.48 DBC-CATERING SUPPLIES GASOLINE 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PD VISA $60.72 PD-GAS 282147 7/1/2022 ASSOCIATED PETROLEUM PF5/20/2022 22-554125 $999.56 FLT-PREM CONV GAS 282173 7/l/2022 ERNIE'S FUEL STOPS (DBA), 6/15/2022 751421CT $1,086.10 PD-VEHICLE FUEL HEALTH INSURANCE PREMIUM 282325 7/15/2022 BRIDGEFORD, SARAH 6/27/2022 BRIDGEFORD 2022 $97.00 CD -DEDUCTIBLE REIMB 282463 7/15/2022 SO, SUN 6/29/2022 SO 2022 $100 00 HR-MEDICAL DEDUCTIBLE HOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $12.02 FWCC-HOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES 282286 7/1/2022 WALTER E NELSON CO., 6/14/2022 869467 $1,139.17 DBC-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 282286 7/1/2022 WALTER E NELSON CO., 6/15/2022 869746 $150.73 PKM-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES $2,146.38 $197.00 $11,251.84 Key Bank Page 19 of 55 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 282286 7/1/2022 WALTER E NELSON CO., 6/15/2022 869747 $391.17 PKM-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 282286 7/1/2022 WALTER E NELSON CO., 6/15/2022 869751 $269.58 PKM-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 282286 7/1/2022 WALTER E NELSON CO., 6/17/2022 870236 $98.14 PKM-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 282286 7/1/2022 WALTER E NELSON CO., 6/7/2022 868325 $731.06 CHB-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 282286 7/1/2022 WALTER E NELSON CO., 6/9/2022 868784 $846.12 PKM-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 282286 7/1/2022 WALTER E NELSON CO., 6/9/2022 868911 $768.32 FWCC-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 282286 7/1/2022 WALTER E NELSON CO., 6/9/2022 868913 $204.85 CHB-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 282270 7/1/2022 TRINITY ACE HARDWARE, 6/22/2022 244843 $212.34 PKM-SUPPLIES 282497 7/15/2022 WALTER E NELSON CO., 3/23/2022 857079 $902.73 FWCC-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 282497 7/15/2022 WALTER E NELSON CO., 6/29/2022 872115 $487.30 PKM-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 282497 7/15/2022 WALTER E NELSON CO., 6/30/2022 872474 $994.41 PKM-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 282497 7/15/2022 WALTER E NELSON CO., 6/30/2022 872482 $721.30 FWCC-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 282497 7/15/2022 WALTER E NELSON CO., 7/1/2022 873157 $342.96 CHB--JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 282497 7/15/2022 WALTER E NELSON CO., 6/27/2022 871671 $1,021.65 FWCC-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 282497 7/15/2022 WALTER E NELSON CO., 6/27/2022 871690 $44.13 PKM-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 282497 7/15/2022 WALTER E NELSON CO., 6/27/2022 871691 $44 13 PKM-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 282497 7/15/2022 WALTER E NELSON CO., 6/23/2022 871123 $848 05 CHB-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 282497 7/15/2022 WALTER E NELSON CO., 6/23/2022 871131 $108.25 FWCC-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 282497 7/15/2022 WALTER E NELSON CO., 6/15/2022 870132 $913.43 FWCC-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES INSURANCE -STOP LOSS $66,827.24 701223039 7/1/2022 KAISER FOUNDATION HEALTI-7/1/2022 JULY 2022 $8,258.73 FI-07/22 ADMIN FEE KAISER HEA 701223040 7/1/2022 KAISER FOUNDATION HEALTI-7/1/2022 JULY 2022 #2 $58,568.51 FI-07/22 ADMIN FEE KAISER HEA INTER -DEPARTMENTAL RENTALS $5,329.63 282188 7/1/2022 INTEGRATIVE MENTAL, HEAL16/10/2022 18163 $116.25 DBC-REFUND CANCELLED PGM #1816 282214 7/1/2022 MINDUFLNESS NW, 6/13/2022 63041 $4,739,80 DBC-REFUND CANCELLED PGM #6304 282301 7/11/2022 KNECHT, CONNIE 6/22/2022 62991 $473.58 DBC-REFUND DEPOSIT#62991 INVESTMENT INCOME $2.63 Key Bank Page 20 of 55 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmourTtGL Total 282178 7/1/2022 FEDERAL WAY SCHOOL DISTI6/13/2022 SIF-APRIL 2022 $2.63 FI-APRIL 2022 SCHL IMPACT FEE JAIL CS -KING CO $197 + AG13-015 $74,127.60 282159 7/1/2022 CITY OF KENT. 5/3/2022 RI 66707 $25,679,00 PD-AG19-133 JAIL SVC INMATE HO 282195 7/1/2022 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVI:6/14/2022 2142230 $12,289.32 PD-AG21-090 DAJD OTH CITIES — 282195 7/1/2022 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVI:6/16/2022 3003672 $36,159.28 PD-AG21-090 DAJD OTH CITIES — JOB ANNOUNCEMENTS $500.00 621224759 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 CITY VISA $150,00 CD -JOB POSTING 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $350.00 HR-JOB POSTINGS LEASEHOLD TAX $631.38 282149 7/1/2022 AT&T SERVICES INC, TOWER 6/9/2022 06/9/22 $631.38 FI-REFUND LEASEHOLD TAX LEGAL NOTICES $5,374.99 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $375.00 PWST-JOB POSTING 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PD VISA $2,499.97 PD-LEGAL NOTICES 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PD VISA $2,500.02 PD-LEGAL NOTICES LODGING $3,355.93 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PD VISA $14.99 PD-SVCS FEE CNCL 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PD VISA $700.60 PD-SNIPER WK 621224759 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 CITY VISA $257.79 PARKS-NRPACONF. LODGING 621224759 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 CITY VISA $390.64 LAW -LODGING 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PD VISA $932.70 PD-LODGING CRIME SCENE CLASS 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $330.78 HR-LRI CONE 282383 7/15/2022 HODGE, THADDEUS 7/4/2022 HODGE 2022 $728.43 PD-TRAVEL EXPENSE LONG DISTANCE CHARGES $1,816.35 282205 7/1/2022 LEVEL 3 FINANCING INC, LEVI6/1/2022 296172190 $617.91 IT-06/22 PHONE SERVICES ACCT#5 282205 7/1/2022 LEVEL 3 FINANCING INC, LEVI6/1/2022 296172190 $617.92 IT-06/22 PHONE SERVICES ACCT#5 282205 7/1/2022 LEVEL 3 FINANCING INC, LEVI611/2022 296172190 $107.46 IT-06/22 PHONE SERVICES ACCT#5 282332 7/15/2022 CENTURYLINK, 6/20/2022 297311180 $10880 IT-07/22 FACILITY PHONE SERVIC 282332 7/15/2022 CENTURYLINK, 6/20/2022 297311180 $108.80 IT-07/22 FACILITY PHONE SERVIC 282332 7/15/2022 CENTURYLINK, 6/20/2022 297311180 $18.93 IT-07/22 FACILITY PHONE SERVIC Key Bank Page 21 of 55 Check No Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 282332 7/15/2022 CENTURYLINK, 5/20/2022 293891559 $108.81 IT-06/22 FACILITY PHONE SERVIC 282332 7/15/2022 CENTURYLINK, 5/20/2022 293891559 $108.80 IT-06/22 FACILITY PHONE SERVIC 282332 7/15/2022 CENTURYLINK, 5/20/2022 293891559 $18-92 IT-06/22 FACILITY PHONE SERVIC LOW INCOME SENIOR UTAX REBATE $280.00 282240 7/1/2022 RAGAN, MARIANNE 6/23/2022 RAGAN 2022 $60.00 FI-2021 UTILITY TAX REBATE 282250 7/1/2022 SHIM, STANLEY 6/23/2022 SHIM 2021 $55.00 FI-2021 UTILITY TAX REBATE 282211 7/1/2022 MAENG, YOUNG JIN 6/8/2022 MAENG 2022 $25.00 FI-2021 UTILITY TAX REBATE 282243 7/1/2022 ROMANO, SANDRA 6/8/2022 ROMANO 2021 $70.00 FI-2021 UTILITY TAX REBATE 282298 7/1/2022 YARROLL, JANICE 6/8/2022 YARROLL 2021 $70.00 FI-2021 UTILITY TAX REBATE MECHANICAL PERMITS $180.09 282498 7/15/2022 WASHINGTON GENERATORS 5/23/2022 21-104950 21-104951 $55.91 CD -REFUND PERMIT 21-104950 & 2 282435 7/15/2022 NORTHWEST EXPERT, HEATII6/13/2022 22-102677 $124.18 CD -REFUND PERMIT 22-102677 MEDICAL SERVICES $4,991.24 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PD VISA $842.00 PD-MRI/X-RAY 282195 7/1/2022 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVI:6/16/2022 3003672 $4,149.24 PD-AG21-090 DAJD OTH CITIES MEDICAL SERVICES - CLAIMS $266,000.06 617220677 6/17/2022 KAISER FOUNDATION HEALTF6/17/2022 INVSF0010677 $10,195.22 FI-06/07/22-06/13/22 KAISER HE 617220708 6/17/2022 KAISER FOUNDATION HEALTF6/17/2022 INVSF0010708 $33,569.75 FI-06/07/22-06/13/22 KAISER HE 624220738 6/24/2022 KAISER FOUNDATION HEALTF6/24/2022 INVSF0010738 $2,494.94 FI-06/14/22-06/20/22 KAISER HE 624220748 6/24/2022 KAISER FOUNDATION HEALT%/24/2022 INVSF0010748 $89,021.55 FI-06/14/22-06/20/22 KAISER HE 701220779 7/1/2022 KAISER FOUNDATION HEALTI-7/1/2022 INVSF0010779 $6,335.55 FI-06/21/22-06/27/22 KAISER HE 701220788 7/1/2022 KAISER FOUNDATION HEALTI-7/1/2022 INVSF0010788 $38,613.17 FI-06/21/22-06/27/22 KAISER HE 708220810 7/8/2022 KAISER FOUNDATION HEALTI-7/8/2022 INVSF0010810 $254.24 FI-06/28/22-06/30/22 KAISER HE 708220828 7/8/2022 KAISER FOUNDATION HEALTI-7/8/2022 INVSF0010828 $22,771-29 FI-06/28/22-06/30/22 KAISER HE 715220875 7/15/2022 KAISER FOUNDATION HEALTF7/15/2022 INVSF0010875 $49,644.12 FI-07/01/22-07/11/22 KAISER HE 715220850 7/15/2022 KAISER FOUNDATION HEALTF7/15/2022 INVSF0010850 $13,100.22 FI-07/01/22-07/11/22 KAISER HE MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES $8,767.26 282195 7/1/2022 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVI:6/14/2022 2142230 $486.35 PD-AG21-090 DAJD OTH CITIES - Key Bank Page 22 of 55 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 282195 7/1/2022 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVIS3/16/2022 3003672 $8,280.91 PD-AG21-090 DAJD OTH CITIES - MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT $114.39 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $57.93 SWM-OPER SUPPLS 282445 7/15/2022 PETTIE, JENNIFER 7/7/2022 PETTIE 2022 $56.46 FI-MILEAGE REIMB 6/13/22 -7/7/ MINOR DP EQUIPMENT $2,038.71 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $2.038.71 IT -SMALL OFFICE APPARATUS MINOR DP SOFTWARE $1,461.13 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $800.00 PWTR-SOFTWARE UPGRADE 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $661 13 PWTR-DP SOFTWARE MINOR EQUIP-MISC $38,825.22 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $357.68 PWST-MINOR EQUIP 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $135 41 FLT-MINOR EQUIP 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $26.01 SWM-MINOR EQUIP 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $111.44 DBC-MINOR EQUIP 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $722.70 PKM-MINOR EQUIP 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $18.96 SWM-MINOR EQUIP 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PD VISA $877.44 PD-MINOR EQUIP 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PD VISA $631.26 PD-EVIDENCE MARKERS 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PD VISA $466.68 PD-MINOR EQUIP 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PD VISA $725.10 PD-MINOR EQUIP 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PD VISA $1,741.89 PD-MINOR EQUIP 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PD VISA $725.10 PD-MINOR EQUIP 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PD VISA $152.73 PD-MINOR EQUIP 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PD VISA $103.98 PD-MINOR EQUIP 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PD VISA $103.49 PD-MINOR EQUIP 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PD VISA $698.00 PD-MINOR EQUIP 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PD VISA $1,343.20 PD-MINOR EQUIP 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PD VISA $1,133.10 PD-MINOR EQUIP Key Bank Page 23 of 55 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PD VISA $20.89 PD-MINOR EQUIP 282135 7/1/2022 911 SUPPLY INC, 6/6/2022 INV-2-19073 $1,194.59 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 282150 7/1/2022 ATLANTIC SIGNAL LLC, 5/2612022 INV926 $3.271.00 PD-COMTAC 6 SINGLE COMM HEADSE 282166 7/1/2022 DELL MARKETING LP, 5/16/2022 10584407638 $22•19 IT- PD: PC FOR STAR LAKE ROOM 282166 7/1/2022 DELL MARKETING LP, 5/16/2022 10584407638 $2.24 Sales Tax 282389 7/15/2022 JENNINGS EQUIPMENT INC, 3/3/2022 116364P $4,313.56 PKM-MAINT SVC 282465 7115/2022 SOUND UNIFORM/BRATWEAR3130/2022 202203SU249 $1,263.29 PD-UNIFORM/EQUIPMENT 282401 7/15/2022 L N CURTIS & SONS, 4/29/2022 INV592087 $11,408.00 PD-AG22-015 MINOR EQUIP. 282401 7/15/2022 L N CURTIS & SONS, 4/29/2022 INV592087 $2,037.22 PD-AG22-015 MINOR EQUIP. 282348 7/15/2022 DURELL, KRIS 7/1/2022 DURELL2022 $37.13 PD-EQUIPMENT ALLOW 282303 7/15/2022 911 SUPPLY INC, 6/21/2022 INV-2-19417 $1,397.17 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 282303 7/15/2022 911 SUPPLY INC, 6/21/2022 INV-2-19426 $1,194.59 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 282303 7/15/2022 911 SUPPLY INC, 6/21/2022 INV-2-19427 $1,194.59 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 282303 7/15/2022 911 SUPPLY INC, 6/23/2022 INV-2-19486 $1,194.59 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 282318 7/15/2022 AVESTRUZ, BRADY JASON 5/28/2022 AVESTRUZ 2022 $200.00 PD-EQUIP ALLOW MISC PROFESSIONAL SVS-INTERGOV $47,314.42 282278 7/1/2022 WA STATE AUDITOR'S OFFICE6/10/2022 L148788 $13,978.44 FI-STATE AUDITOR SERVICES 282195 7/1/2022 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVIE5/31/2022 11012209 $1,087.00 IT-AG20-063 KING COUNTY [-NET 282196 7/1/2022 KING COUNTY RADIO, 5/31/2022 18432 $13,096.40 IT-5/22 RADIO COMMUNICATION 282281 7/1/2022 WA STATE DEPT OF TRANSPC4/18/2022 RE-313-ATB20418119 $2,100.51 PW-LA09097R CITYWIDE ADA TRF C 282281 7/1/2022 WA STATE DEPT OF TRANSPC2/14/2022 RE-313-ATB20214116 $16,405,41 PW-LA09097R CITYWIDE ADA TRF C 282283 7/1/2022 WA STATE DEPT OF TRANSPC6/13/2022 RE 41 JZ0247 L039 $46.66 PW-PROJECT JZ0247 FEES 282284 7/1/2022 WA STATE PATROL, 6/1512022 00076979 $600.00 IT -ACCESS USER FEE MISC SERVICES & CHARGES $16,451.67 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/2112022 MAY 2022 PD VISA $87.37 PD-EMPLOYMENT VERI. 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PD VISA $87.37 PD-BACKGROUND VERI. 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PD VISA $787 94 PD-RECRUITING Page 24 of 55 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $7•49 LAW-CERT. COPIES 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $63.49 LAW-CERT. COPIES 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $32.49 PD-WORKING COPIES 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $45.00 CD-BLDG DEPT. RESEARCH 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $5.95 CC -MIRROR SUBSCR 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PD VISA $1,950.00 PD-DATA COLLECTIONSVCS 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PD VISA $759.01 PD-B&A LITIGATIONS 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PD VISA $465.07 PD-ANNUALAWARDS 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PD VISA $2 75 PD-TOLL FEES 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PD VISA $146 00 PD-NOTICE OF INFRACTION 621224759 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 CITY VISA $82.58 CD-BLDG DEPT RESEARCH 621224759 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 CITY VISA $313.61 PARKS -TICKETS SENIOR TRIP 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PD VISA $0.99 PD-MNTHLY STORAGE FEE 282172 7/1/2022 EQUIFAX CREDIT INFORMATI(6/3/2022 2052429490 $65.21 PD-CREDIT REPORTING SVC 282219 7/1/2022 MV TOWING LLC, 5/16/2022 25173 $77.07 PD-VEHICLE TOW 282219 7/1/2022 MV TOWING LLC, 4/20/2022 24548 $77.07 PD-VEHICLE TOW 282162 7/1/2022 COMCAST OF WASHINGTON 17/10/2022 8498 34 016 2762548 $109.95 PD-06/22 CABLE SVC 282169 7/1/2022 ELAVON INC, 6/23/2022 0001925836 $54.25 PD-FEB MONTHLY FEES 282169 7/1/2022 ELAVON INC, 6/23/2022 0001940806 $83.60 PD-MARCH MONTHLY FEES 282144 7/1/2022 ALTUS TRAFFIC MANAGEMEN3/20/2022 NW066102 $6.975.00 PD-TRAFFIC CONTROL FOR PACIFIC 282236 7/1/2022 PUBLIC SAFETY TESTING, 6/8/2022 2022-362 $297.00 PD-AG21-189 SUBSCRIBER AGREEME 282258 7/1/2022 SOUTH KING FIRE & RESCUE,6/8/2022 2022JUNFW $500.00 PD-FIREWORKS EDUCATION 282495 7/15/2022 WA STATE PATROL, 7/5/2022 122007911 $102.75 IT -ACCESS USER FEE 282428 7/15/2022 MV TOWING LLC, 6/6/2022 25343 $77.07 PD-VEHICLE TOW 282428 7/15/2022 MV TOWING LLC, 6/6/2022 25374 $77.07 PD-VEHICLE TOW 282428 7/15/2022 MV TOWING LLC, 6/9/2022 25605 $77.07 PD-VEHICLE TOW Page 25 of 55 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 282428 7/15/2022 MV TOWING LLC, 6/8/2022 25603 $77,07 PD-VEHICLE TOW 282491 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282508 7/15/2022 ZOHO CORPORATION, 6/30/2022 68234231 $3,150.00 IT - MANAGE ENGINE SERVICE DES Key Bank Page 26 of 55 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description ArnoUntGL Total 282508 7/15/2022 WHO CORPORATION, 6/30/2022 68234231 $4,000,00 IT - MANAGE ENGINE SERVICE DES 282508 7/15/2022 WHO CORPORATION, 6/30/2022 68234231 $1,407.94 Sales Tax 282408 7/15/2022 LEXISNEXIS RISK, 6/30/2022 3093921484 $434-90 IT -SUBSCRIPTION CONTENT FEATUR 282346 7/15/2022 DMX LLC DBA MOOD MEDIA, 7/1/2022 56919541 $53.66 IT-07/22 MEDIA SERVICES 282316 7/1512022 ARCHIVESOCIAL INC. 5/1712022 21600 $604.79 Sales Tax 282316 7/1512022 ARCHIVESOCIAL INC, 5/17/2022 21600 $5,988.00 IT -ARCHIVE SOCIALANNUAL MONTH OFFICE SUPPLIES $5,226.44 621224759 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 CITY VISA $130.37 CD -OFFICE SUPPLIES 621224759 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 CITY VISA $7.04 FWCC-OFFICES SUPPLIES 621224759 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 CITY VISA $44.02 CD -OFFICE SUPPLIES 621224759 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621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $40.87 FWCC-OFFICE SUPPLIES 621229491 6121/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $24.37 FWCC-OPER SUPPLIES 621229491 612112022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $31.64 FWCC-OFFICESUPPLIES 621229491 612112022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $68.23 PWST-OFFICE SUPPLIES Key Bank Page 27 of 55 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $85.80 CC -WATER SVCS 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $24.99 CC -OFFICE SUPPLIES 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $42.59 CC -OFFICE SUPPLIES 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $169.77 CDHS-OFFICE SUPPLIES 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $125.90 CD -OFFICE SUPPLIES 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $15 29 CD -OFFICE SUPPLIES 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $11.00 CD -OFFICE 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282164 7/1/2022 COMPLETE OFFICE, 6/8/2022 2139476-0 $265.03 MC -OFFICE SUPPLIES 282164 7/1/2022 COMPLETE OFFICE, 6/9/2022 2139724-0 $126.66 PW/PWST-OFFICE SUPPLIES 282164 7/1/2022 COMPLETE OFFICE, 6/9/2022 2139724-0 $38 74 PW/PWST-OFFICE SUPPLIES 282164 7/1/2022 COMPLETE OFFICE, 6/10/2022 2133270-2 $15.05 PWST-OFFICE SUPPLIES 282164 7/1/2022 COMPLETE OFFICE, 6/13/2022 2140374-0 $23.72 PWST-OFFICE SUPPLIES 282164 7/1/2022 COMPLETE OFFICE, 6/9/2022 2133470-3 $4.49 SWR-OFFICE SUPPLIES 282334 7/15/2022 COMPLETE OFFICE, 5/17/2022 2133470-01 $18.71 SWR-OFFICE SUPPLIES Page 28 of 55 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AMOUr1tGLTotal 282334 7/15/2022 COMPLETE OFFICE, 6/6/2022 2138865-0 $4•84 IT -OFFICE SUPPLIES 282334 7/15/2022 COMPLETE OFFICE, 6/23/2022 2142589-0 $46.96 PW-OFFICE SUPPLIES 282334 7115/2022 COMPLETE OFFICE, 6/29/2022 2143795-0 $24.30 FI-OFFICE SUPPLIES 282334 7/15/2022 COMPLETE OFFICE, 6/24/2022 2142589-2 $3.07 PW-OFFICE SUPPLIES 282334 7/15/2022 COMPLETE OFFICE, 6/27/2022 2143352-0 $15,64 IT -OFFICE SUPPLIES 282334 7/15/2022 COMPLETE OFFICE, 6/27/2022 2143368-0 $2.18 IT -OFFICE SUPPLIES 282334 7/15/2022 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7/5/2022 2144961-0 $5.36 FI-OFFICE SUPPLIES 282334 7/15/2022 COMPLETE OFFICE, 6/30/2022 2143795-1 $10,18 FI-OFFICE SUPPLIES OPERATING RENTALS/LEASES $5,441.03 282267 7/1/2022 THE HUMANE SOCIETY FOR, 5/31/2022 IVC0002475 $109.20 PD-AG21-033 ANIMAL SHELTER PSA 282386 7/1512022 IRON MOUNTAIN INFORMATIC6/30/2022 GRYX484 $2.331.83 CK-STORAGE SVC 282319 7/15/2022 BALLI ROAD LLC, 7/1/2022 3694 $3,000.00 PO-AG21-016 POLICE SUBSTATION OTHER MISC REVENUE $1,106.55 627223485 6/27/2022 WA STATE REVENUE DEPART6/27/2022 601-223-538 $15.01 FI-05/22 REMIT SALES TAX 627223485 6/27/2022 WA STATE REVENUE DEPART6/27/2022 601-223-538 $711.23 FI-05/22 REMIT SALES TAX 627223485 6/27/2022 WA STATE REVENUE DEPART6/27/2022 601-223-538 $380.31 FI-05/22 REMIT SALES TAX OTHER MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE $2,190.62 627223485 6/27/2022 WA STATE 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FWCC-OPER SUPPLIES 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $531.41 SWM-OPER SUPPLIES 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $24,21 FWCC-OPER SUPPLIES 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $41.55 FWCC-OPER SUPPLIES 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $288.25 FWCC-OPER SUPPLIES 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $41.83 FWCC-OPER SUPPLIES 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $34.84 FWCC-OPER SUPPLIES 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $46.20 FLT OPER SUPPLIES 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $50.31 FLT-OPER SUPPLIES 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PD VISA $282 00 PD-OPER SUPPLIES 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PD VISA $342.74 PD-OPER SUPPLIES 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PD VISA $116.24 PD-OPER SUPPLIES 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PD VISA $18.16 PD-OPER SUPPLIES 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PD VISA $78.80 PD-OPER SUPPLIES 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PD VISA $190.23 PD-OPER SUPPLIES 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $156.27 PKM-OPER SUPPLIES 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PD VISA - $98.96 PD-OPER SUPPLIES 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PD VISA $118.75 PD-OPER SUPPLIES 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PD VISA $244.44 PD-OPER SUPPLIES 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $5.49 FLT-OPER SUPPLIES 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $33.02 FLT-OPER SUPPLIES 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $25.97 FLT-OPER SUPPLIES 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $22.01 FLT-OPER SUPPLIES 621224759 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 CITY VISA $273,65 PARKS-OPER SUPPLIES 621224759 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 CITY VISA $53.89 PARKS-OPER SUPPLIES 621224759 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 CITY VISA $189.69 PARKS-OPER SUPPLIES Page 30 of 55 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 621224759 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 CITY VISA $12.99 PARKS-OPER SUPPLIES 621224759 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 CITY VISA $1,400.80 PARKS-OPER SUPPLIES 621224759 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 CITY VISA $37.71 PARKS-OPER SUPPLIES 621224759 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 CITY VISA $25.31 PARKS-OPER SUPPLIES 621224759 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 CITY VISA $48.41 PARKS-OPER SUPPLIES 621224759 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 CITY VISA $54.48 PARKS-OPER SUPPLIES 621224759 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 CITY VISA $14.83 PARKS-OPER SUPPLIES 621224759 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 CITY VISA $48.35 PARKS-OPER SUPPLIES 621224759 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 CITY VISA $288.20 PARKS-OPER SUPPLIES 621224759 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 CITY VISA $477.23 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CARDS 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $425.00 HR-BUS. CARDS 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $1,440.00 SWM-ANNUAL SUBCR 621224759 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 CITY VISA $28.59 MC -PHOTO SVCS 282285 7/1/2022 WA. DEPT OF CORRECTIONS,8/12/2021 FCU2107.5632 $1,104,45 PKM/SWR-CONTRACT K12080 282285 7/l/2022 WA. DEPT OF CORRECTIONS,12/3/2021 FCU2111.5808 $1,539.36 PKM/SWR-CONTRACT K12080 282285 7/1/2022 WA. DEPT OF CORRECTIONS,12/31/2021 FCU2112.5857 $1,458.52 PKM/SWR-CONTRACT K12080 282285 7/1/2022 WA. DEPT OF CORR ECTI ONS2/4/2022 FCU2201.5930 $756.93 PKM/SWR-CONTRACT K12080 282285 7/1/2022 WA. DEPT OF CORRECTIONS,8/31/2021 FCU2108.5675 $373.79 PKM/SWR-CONTRACT K12080 282285 7/l/2022 WA. DEPT OF CORRECTIONS,3/3/2022 FCU2202.5971 $175.70 PKM-CONTRACT K12080 282285 7/l/2022 WA. DEPT OF CORRECTIONS,4/5/2022 FCU2203.6007 $318.93 PKM/SWR-CONTRACT K12614 282285 7/l/2022 WA. DEPT OF CORRECTIONS,5/4/2022 FCU2204.6075 $930.87 PKM/SWR-CONTRACT K12614 282285 7/l/2022 WA. 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DIRE 282480 7/15/2022 THUILLIER, JENNIFER 6/29/2022 202234 $440 00 SWM-GRAPHIC DESIGN FOR OUTREAC 282459 7/15/2022 SEMISI-TUPOU, VAIVAO 6/28/2022 06/28/22 $162 50 MC -INTERPRETER SVC 282455 7/15/2022 SAFAROVA-DOWNEY, ALMIRA6/28/2022 06/28/22 $130.00 MC -INTERPRETER SVC 282391 7/15/2022 JIMENEZ PRODUCTIONS, DA%/28/2022 06/28/22 $58.00 CC-AG21-009 FEDRAC MTG 6/28/2 282353 7/15/2022 EDWARD NELSON LAW OFFIC6/2812022 2022-11 $2,130.00 MO-AG21-160 PUBLIC DEFENSE ATT Key Bank Page 39 of 55 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AhtountGL Total 282336 7/15/2022 COUSELING SERVICES OF W6/23/2022 06/22/22 $100.00 MO -ASSESSMENT 282472 7/15/2022 SUMMIT LAW GROUP, 6/23/2022 137198 $6,992.00 LAW-AG21-156 LEGAL SVCS- 282353 7/15/2022 EDWARD NELSON LAW OFFIC6/13/2022 2022-9 $2,000.00 MO-AG21-160 PUBLIC DEFENSE ATT 282461 7/15/2022 SKCSRA-SOCCER REFEREES6/13/2022 2120 $1,552.50 PARKS-AG18-009 SOCCER REFEREE 282453 7/15/2022 ROSHNAI ROY, 6l9/2022 06/09/22 $25.00 PARKS -STUDENT ART 3RD 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RELATION;7/l/2022 H2_CFW_2253 $3,000.00 MO-AG20-013 LOBBYING SVC- 282449 7/15/2022 PROTECT YOUTH SPORTS, 6/30/2022 969229 $363.00 HR-BACKGROUND CHECKS 282451 7/15/2022 PYRO SPECTACULARS NORT6/30/2022 11017 $9,750.00 PKM-AG22-038 PYRO SPECTACULARS 282490 7/15/2022 UTILITIES UNDERGROUND, 6/3012022 2060153 $598.56 SWM-LOCATING SVC AG13-018- 282466 7/15/2022 SOUTH KING TOOL LIBRARY, 6/30/2022 2117 $5,000.00 SWR-AG22-036 MGMT RECYCLING EV 282399 7/15/2022 KPFF INC, KPFF CONSULTING/29/2022 428962 $2,002.65 PW-AG20-008 PACIFIC HW NON -MOT 282432 7/15/2022 NAVIA BENEFIT SOLUTIONS, 6/29/2022 10478573 $303.85 HR-FLEX PLAN ADM SVCS AG12-061 282489 7/15/2022 USIC HOLDINGS INC, 6/30/2022 520140 $2,344.20 PWTR/SWM-AG19-078 UGD ULT LOCA 282489 7/15/2022 USIC HOLDINGS INC, 6/30/2022 520140 $7,377.21 PWTR/SWM-AG19-078 UGD ULT LOCA 282484 7/15/2022 TRANSPO GROUP USA INC, 3/23/2022 27741 $6,877.50 PWTR-AG19-029 ON -CALL TRAFFIC 282399 7/15/2022 KPFF INC, KPFF CONSULTING4/15/2022 417826 $12,202.99 PW-AG21-173 27TH AVE SWAT SW Page 40 of 55 Key Bank Check No, 0kate Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 282492 7/15/2022 VNF SOLUTIONS LLC, 7/5/2022 434120 $5,000.00 MO-AG21-015 FEDERAL LOBBYING S 282378 7/15/2022 HAWKINS & CRAWFORD, PLLQ/6/2022 20220706 $63,160.00 MO-AG19-109 06/22 PUBLIC DEFEN 282412 7/15/2022 LUKE ESSER, 7/5/2022 JUNE 2022 $3,000.00 MO-AG20-014 LOBBYING SVC— PURCHASE OF RESALE ITEMS $2,312.84 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $21 96 FWCC-CAFE RESALE 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $49.46 FWCC-CAFE RESALE 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $162.77 FWCC-CAFE RESALE 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $176.82 FWCC-CAFE RESALE 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $111.16 FWCC-CAFE RESALE 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $565.14 FWCC-CAFE RESALE 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $607.34 FWCC-CAFE RESALE 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $24.70 FWCC-CAFE RESALE 621224759 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 CITY VISA $218.26 FWCC-RESALE SNACKS 282155 7/1/2022 CAFE FONTE COFFEE COMPF6114/2022 287692 $161.02 FWCC-CAFE COFFEE SUPPLY 282452 7/15/2022 RIVERS, SHANNON 6/27/2022 RIVERS 2022 $214.21 FWCC-SNACKS FOR RESALE PW -CLAIMS PROPERTY $1,462.57 282397 7/15/2022 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVI,511312022 119561-119562 $1.462.57 RM-RSD FW#119561-119562 RENTAL OF FURNITURE/EQUIPMENT $7,294.77 282487 7/15/2022 UNITED RENTALS (NORTH AM5/27/2022 206603458-001 $241.82 SWM-EQUIPMENT RENTAL 282413 7/15/2022 MACHINERY POWER & EQUIP6/8/2022 T3273801 $6,908.78 PWST-EQUIPMENT RENTAL 282413 7/15/2022 MACHINERY POWER & EQUIP6/15/2022 T32738011 $-1,923.78 PWST-EQUIPMENT RENTAL 282413 7/15/2022 MACHINERY POWER & EQUIP6/15/2022 T3285801 $2,067.95 PWST-EQUIPMENT RENTAL REPAIR & MAINT SUPPLIES $38,365.31 621224759 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 CITY VISA $198.00 FWCC-REPAIR SUPPLIES 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $128.22 FWCC-MAINT SUPPLIES 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $214 52 IT-MAINT SVCS 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $63.17 SWM-MAINT SUPPLIES 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $61.92 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES Page 41 of 55 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date InVOlCe Desarlption AmountGLTetal 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $29.81 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $33.01 IT-MAINT SUPPLIES 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $113.96 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $39.52 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $349.56 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $106.36 PWST-MAINT SVCS 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $158.36 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $64.84 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $128.22 FWCC-MAINT SVCS 282207 7/1/2022 LOWE'S HIW INC, 6/7/2022 03405 $31.16 PWST-MAINT SUPPLIES 282140 7/1/2022 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS, 6/9/2022 13144-477555 $49.56 PKM-MAINT PARTS 282207 7/1/2022 LOWE'S HIW INC, 6/8/2022 02811 $13.32 PWST-MAINT SUPPLIES 282230 7/1/2022 PACIFIC CONSTRUCTION, SU1618/2022 129935 $9,518.15 CHB-REPAIR & MAINT SUPPLIES 282180 7/1/2022 FERGUSON ENTERPRISES, IM/2512022 0512857 $39.56 PKM-REPAIR/MAINTENANCE SUPPLIE 282225 7/1/2022 NORTHWEST WIRE ROPEAN[6/6/2022 50102479 $528.34 PWST-MAINT & REPAIR 282180 7/1/2022 FERGUSON ENTERPRISES, II`2/28/2022 0207863 $111.10 PKM-REPAIR/MAINTENANCE SUPPLIE 282170 7/1/2022 ELIGIO CARBALLO VICENCIO,6/2112022 06/21/22 $11,059.64 SWM-FRONT END DAMAGE REPAIR FO 282170 7/1/2022 ELIGIO CARBALLO VICENCIO,6/2112022 06/21/22 $1,117 02 Sales Tax 282207 7/1/2022 LOWE'S HIW INC, 6/22/2022 09859 $10 84 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 282207 7/1/2022 LOWE'S HIW INC, 6/15/2022 20846 $139 88 CHB-MAINT SUPPLIES 282270 7/1/2022 TRINITY ACE HARDWARE, 5/9/2022 236956 $136.41 PKM-SUPPLIES 282207 7/1/2022 LOWE'S HIW INC, 6/14/2022 23930 $24 02 DBC-MAINT SUPPLIES 282207 7/1/2022 LOWE'S HIW INC, 6/15/2022 03614 $5947 PWST-MAINT SUPPLIES 282229 7/1/2022 O'REILLYAUTO PARTS, 6/15/2022 2509-469413 $37.42 PKM-MAINT PARTS 282207 7/1/2022 LOWE'S HIW INC, 6/16/2022 02319 $37.70 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 282270 7/1/2022 TRINITY ACE HARDWARE, 6/10/2022 242747 $126 53 PKM-SUPPLIES Page 42 of 55 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor tntvaice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 282270 7/1/2022 TRINITYACE HARDWARE, 6/7/2022 242201 $36.30 PKM-SUPPLIES 282286 711/2022 WALTER E NELSON CO., 6/10/2022 869129 $172.36 CHB--JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 282248 711/2022 SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO, 6/9/2022 4841-4 $1,526.20 PKM-FACILITIES PAINT SUPPLIES 282277 7/1/2022 WA ARCHITECTURALHARDW6/20/2022 IN054945 $193.03 PKM-MAINT SVC 282270 711/2022 TRINITYACE HARDWARE, 6/22/2022 244852 $10.46 PKM-SUPPLIES 282222 7/1/2022 NATIONAL SAFETY INC, 6/7/2022 0655722-IN $235.07 PKM-SAFETY SUPPLIES 282207 7/1/2022 LOWE'S HIW INC, 6/14/2022 02965 $34.43 PWST-MAINT SUPPLIES 282207 7/1/2022 LOWE'S HIW INC, 6/1412022 10653 $125.33 PKM--MAINT SUPPLIES 282185 7/112022 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-250076/13/2022 3522769 $19.14 PKM-REPAIR & MAINT SUPPLIES 282185 7/1/2022 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-250076/16/2022 0032035 $159.83 PKM-REPAIR & MAINT SUPPLIES 282174 711/2022 EWING IRRIGATION PRODUC-6/10/2022 17021788 $64.90 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 282207 7/1/2022 LOWE'S HIW INC, 6/13/2022 23739 $17 24 CHB-MAINT SUPPLIES 282207 7/112022 LOWE'S HIW INC, 611312022 02706 $379.64 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 282185 711/2022 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-250076/9/2022 7616530 $50.25 CHB-REPAIR & MAINT SUPPLIES 282207 7/1/2022 LOWE'S HIW INC, 616/2022 23517 $47.17 CHB-MAINT SUPPLIES 282207 7/112022 LOWE'S HIW INC, 6(712022 23772 $23.61 CHB--MAINT SUPPLIES 282207 7/1/2022 LOWE'S HIW INC, 6/1/2022 23695 $20.91 CHB-MAINT SUPPLIES 282207 711/2022 LOWE'S HIW INC, 5/31/2022 23443 $47.17 CHB-MAINT SUPPLIES 282233 7/1/2022 PLATT ELECTRIC SUPPLY, 5113/2022 2U03597 $204.73 CHB-ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES 282233 7/1/2022 PLATT ELECTRIC SUPPLY, 5/17/2022 2U36764 $27,62 PKM-ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES 282309 7/15/2022 AGRISHOP INC, 4122/2022 67276/1 $60.56 PWST-EQUIPMENT PARTS &REPAIRS 282439 7/1512022 ORCA PACIFIC INC, 4/25/2022 055285 $1,045.18 FWCC-POOL CHEMICALS AG17-002 282309 7/15/2022 AGRISHOP INC, 4/27/2022 67312/1 $200.29 PWST-EQUIPMENT PARTS &REPAIRS 282309 7/15/2022 AGRISHOP INC, 4/2712022 67313/1 $70.44 PWST-EQUIPMENT PARTS &REPAIRS 282439 7/15/2022 ORCA PACIFIC INC, 3/30/2022 054514 $1,439.60 FWCC-POOL CHEMICALS AG17-002 282485 7/15/2022 TRINITY ACE HARDWARE. 5/31/2022 240942 $12.02 PKM-SUPPLIES Key Bank Page 43 of 55 Check No, Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmounlGLTotal 282485 7/15/2022 TRINITY ACE HARDWARE, 6/17/2022 243873 $74.81 SWM-SUPPLIES 282333 7/15/2022 COASTAL FARM & HOME SUPI6/17/2022 4533 $30.79 SWM-OPER SUPPLIES 282411 7/15/2022 LOWE'S HIW INC, 6/29/2022 02653 $170.92 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 282411 7/15/2022 LOWE'S HIW INC, 6/29/2022 02682 $4.44 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 282411 7/15/2022 LOWE'S HIW INC, 6/29/2022 10240 $44.76 PWST-MAINT SUPPLIES 282411 7/15/2022 LOWE'S HIW INC, 6/29/2022 23462 $48.07 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 282389 7/15/2022 JENNINGS EQUIPMENT INC, 6/28/2022 33749P $4.94 CHB-MAINT SVCS 282333 7/15/2022 COASTAL FARM & HOME SUPI6/27/2022 4643 $44.67 PKM-OPER SUPPLIES 282411 7/15/2022 LOWE'S HIW INC, 6/23/2022 29426 $55,15 CHB-MAINT SUPPLIES 282439 7/15/2022 ORCA PACIFIC INC, 6/24/2022 056271 $380.89 PARKS -POOL CHEMICALS AG17-002 282476 7/15/2022 TACOMA SCREW PRODUCTS 6/24/2022 100116492-00 $156.51 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 282411 7/15/2022 LOWE'S HIW INC, 6/27/2022 23128 $36.60 CHB-MAINT SUPPLIES 282485 7/15/2022 TRINITY ACE HARDWARE, 6/27/2022 245890 $56.66 SWM-SUPPLIES 282439 7/15/2022 ORCA PACIFIC INC, 6/27/2022 056395 $1,572.39 F WCC-POOL CHEMICALS AG 17-002 282439 7/15/2022 ORCA PACIFIC INC, 6/13/2022 056113 $868.67 PFWCC-POOL CHEMICALS AG17-002 282384 7/15/2022 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-250075/11/2022 6524357 $13.82 SWM-REPAIR & MAINT SUPPLIES 282439 7/15/2022 ORCA PACIFIC INC, 6/3/2022 055971 $1,119.72 F WCC-POOL CHEMICALS AG 17-002 282485 7/15/2022 TRINITY ACE HARDWARE, 3/23/2022 229663 $11.64 SWM-SUPPLIES 282309 7/15/2022 AGRISHOP INC, 12/6/2013 3193311 $49.77 PWST-EQUIPMENT PARTS & REPAIRS 282309 7/15/2022 AGRISHOP INC, 1/9/2015 36972/1 $11.59 PWST-EQUIPMENT PARTS & REPAIRS 282309 7/15/2022 AGRISHOP INC, 4/1/2015 3802411 $117.72 PWST-EQUIPMENT PARTS & REPAIRS 282309 7/15/2022 AGRISHOP INC, 7/16/2015 39778/1 $49.28 PWST-EQUIPMENT PARTS & REPAIRS 282309 7/15/2022 AGRISHOP INC, 8/12/2021 65290/1 $129.91 PWST-EQUIPMENT PARTS & REPAIRS 282309 7/15/2022 AGRISHOP INC, 5/25/2021 64447/1 $15.95 PWST-EQUIPMENT PARTS & REPAIRS 282309 7/15/2022 AGRISHOP INC, 7/7/2021 64909/1 $62.76 PWST-EQUIPMENT PARTS & REPAIRS 282440 7/15/2022 O'REILLY AUTO PARTS, 6/29/2022 3710-125056 $13 86 PKM-MAINT PARTS Page 44 of 55 Key Bank CrlacK No. Date Vendor Invoice bate Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 282411 7/15/2022 LOWE'S HIW INC, 6/30/2022 01885 $405.59 PWST-MAINT SUPPLIES 282411 7/15/2022 LOWE'S HIW INC, 6/30/2022 02901 $14.70 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 282485 7/15/2022 TRINITY ACE HARDWARE, 7/1/2022 246814 $446.53 PKM-SUPPLIES 282371 7/15/2022 GRAINGER INC, 7/1/2022 9365044248 $80.45 PKM-FACILITY MAINT SUPPLIES 282411 7/15/2022 LOWE'S HIW INC, 7/5/2022 23337 $176.01 CHB-MAINT SUPPLIES 282411 7/15/2022 LOWE'S HIW INC, 7/5/2022 23353 $107.72 CHB-MAINT SUPPLIES 282411 7/15/2022 LOWE'S HIW INC, 7/5/2022 23370 $205.01 CHB-MAINT SUPPLIES 282411 7/15/2022 LOWE'S HIW INC, 7/2/2022 09191 $57.43 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 282411 7/15/2022 LOWE'S HIW INC, 7/6/2022 23335 $188.16 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 282411 7/15/2022 LOWE'S HIW INC, 7/6/2022 23493 $91.35 CHB-MAINT SUPPLIES 282460 7/15/2022 SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO, 7/5/2022 6027-8 $268.60 PKM-FACILITIES PAINT SUPPLIES 282460 7/15/2022 SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO, 7/5/2022 6028-6 $222.40 PKM-FACILITIES PAINT SUPPLIES REPAIR PARTS $5,280.86 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $63.18 FLT-REPAIR PARTS 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $20.92 FLT-REPAIR PARTS 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $214.68 FLT-REPAIR PARTS 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $386.55 FLT-REPAIR PARTS 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $214.77 FLT-REPAIR PARTS 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $96.64 FLT-REPAIR PARTS 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $171.24 FLT-REPAIR PARTS 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $20.92 FLT-REPAIR PARTS 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $-99.65 FLT-REFUND REPAIR PARTS 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $202.14 FLT-REPAIR PARTS 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $384.47 FLT-REPAIR PARTS 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $258 68 FLT-REPAIR PARTS 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $92 47 FLT-REPAIR PARTS Key Bank Page 45 of 55 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $175.24 FLT-REPAIR PARTS 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $175.40 FLT-REPAIR PARTS 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $37.40 FWCC-REPAIR PRTS 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $40,73 FWCC-REPAIR PARTS 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $29.64 FWCC-REPAIR PARTS 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $31.76 FWCC-REPAIR PARTS 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $35.20 FWCC-REPAIR PAIRTS 282209 7/1/2022 MACHINERY POWER & EQUIP6/10/2022 FICS2084401 $280.02 FLT-MAINT SUPPLIES 282221 7/1/2022 NAPA AUTO PARTS, 6/14/2022 090121 $155.76 FLT-REPAIR & MAINT 282221 7/1/2022 NAPAAUTO PARTS, 6/15/2022 090211 $-19.82 FLT-RETURN CREDIT 282221 7/1/2022 NAPA AUTO PARTS, 6/15/2022 090213 $9.35 FLT-REPAIR & MAINT 282221 7/1/2022 NAPA AUTO PARTS, 5/23/2022 904955 $11.95 FLT-REPAIR & MAINT 282229 7/1/2022 O'REILLYAUTO PARTS, 1/4/2021 3710-435418 $49.93 FLT-SUPPLIES & MAINT 282229 7/1/2022 O'REILLYAUTO PARTS, 2/4/2021 3710-440469 $9•89 FLT-SUPPLIES & MAINT 282229 7/1/2022 O'RElILLY AUTO PARTS, 2/24/2021 3710-443653 $3•84 FLT-SUPPLIES & MAINT 282367 7/15/2022 GEHRING, SCOTT 7/12/2022 GEHRING 2022 $207 35 PKM-REPAIR PARTS , 282309 7/15/2022 AGRISHOP INC, 1/3/2022 66443/1 $344,75 PKM-EQUIPMENT PARTS & REPAIRS 282309 7/15/2022 AGRISHOP INC, 5/2/2022 6735411 $192.12 PKM-EQUIPMENT PARTS & REPAIRS 282500 7/15/2022 WESTERN TRAILER SALES C(5/17/2022 60726S $175.40 FLT-REPAIR PARTS 282363 7/15/2022 FERGUSON ENTERPRISES, IM/6/2022 0580463 $75.16 PKM-REPAIR/MAINTENANCE SUPPLIE 282429 7/15/2022 NAPA AUTO PARTS, 6/27/2022 091236 $131.79 FLT-REPAIR & MAINT 282312 7/15/2022 AMB TOOLS & EQUIPMENT C(6/24/2022 T330463 $340.30 PKM-TOOLS/EQUIPMENT 282307 7/15/2022 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS, 6/24/2022 13144-479199 $19.25 FLT-MAINT PARTS 282482 7/15/2022 TIMCO INC, 6/23/2022 T046018 $60.57 FLT-MAINT SUPPLIES 282440 7/15/2022 O'RElILLY AUTO PARTS, 6/28/2022 3710-124851 $94.89 FLT-SUPPLIES & MAINT 282486 7/15/2022 TURF STAR INC, 6/17/2022 7230831-00 $585.95 FLT-MAINT PARTS Key Bank Page 46 of 55 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE $112,814.30 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PD VISA $153.98 PD-MAINT SRVS 621223793 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PD VISA $7.41 PD-MAINT SVCS 282186 7/1/2022 HTR GLASS & CONSTRUCTIO5/3/2022 22004-1 $4,165.08 DBC-FRONT DOOR REPAIR 282234 7/1/2022 PRO TOUCH AUTO INTERIOR 6/9/2022 56330 $671.61 PD-CAR DETAIL 282167 7/1/2022 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (5/31/2022 1-46981 $94.03 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 282216 7/1/2022 MONARCH COLLISION CENTE5/31/2022 1711 $586.01 PD-VEHICLE MAINT SVC 282259 7/1/2022 SPRAGUE PEST CONTROL, 5/24/2022 4794980 $117.04 DBC-FACILITIES PEST CONTROL 282254 7/1/2022 SONSRAY MACHINERY LLC, 5/11/2022 SWO006812-1 $317.54 FLT-MAINT PARTS & SVC 282285 7/1/2022 WA. DEPT OF CORRECTIONS,5/4/2022 FCU2204.6075 $508.44 PKM/SWR-CONTRACT K12614 282285 7/1/2022 WA. DEPT OF CORRECTI0NS,4/5/2022 FCU2203.6007 $170.73 PKM/SWR-CONTRACT K12614 282285 7/1/2022 WA. DEPT OF CORRECTIONS,8/31/2021 FCU2108.5675 $1,450.16 PKM/SWR-CONTRACT K12080 282285 7/1/2022 WA. DEPT OF CORRECTIONS2/4/2022 FCU2201.5930 $333.73 PKM/SWR-CONTRACT K12080 282285 7/1/2022 WA. DEPT OF CORRECTIONS,8/1 2/2021 FCU2107.5632 $1,469.45 PKM/SWR-CONTRACT K12080 282285 7/1/2022 WA. DEPT OF CORRECTIONS,12/31/2021 FCU2112.5857 $985.84 PKM/SWR-CONTRACT K12080 282252 7/1/2022 SMS CLEANING, 6/22/2022 FEDWAY-0622 $5,570.89 CHB/PKM-AG20-022 JANITORIAL SV 282252 7/1/2022 SMS CLEANING, 6/22/2022 FEDWAY-0622 $9,125.65 CHB/PKM-AG20-022 JANITORIAL SV 282167 7/1/2022 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (6/18/2022 1-47144 $435.65 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 282167 7/1/2022 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (6/18/2022 1-47145 $271.53 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 282167 7/1/2022 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (6/16/2022 1-47133 $48.94 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 282242 7/1/2022 RIGHT SYSTEMS INC, 6/10/2022 SI-175766 $49.31 Sales Tax 282242 7/1/2022 RIGHT SYSTEMS INC, 6/10/2022 SI-175766 $49.31 Sales Tax 282167 7/1/2022 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (6/11/2022 1-47090 $121.50 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 282167 7/1/2022 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (6/11/2022 1-47091 $510.23 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 282167 7/1/2022 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (6/1112022 1-47096 $43 98 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 282242 7/1/2022 RIGHT SYSTEMS INC, 6/10/2022 SI-175766 $135.45 IT-PD: CISCO PHONE SYSTEM MAIN Key Bank Page 47 of 55 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmourttGL Total 282242 7/1/2022 RIGHT SYSTEMS INC, 6/10/2022 SI-175766 $135.45 IT-PD: CISCO PHONE SYSTEM MAIN 282242 7/1/2022 RIGHT SYSTEMS INC, 6/10/2022 SI-175766 $135.45 IT-PD: CISCO PHONE SYSTEM MAIN 282242 7/1/2022 RIGHT SYSTEMS INC, 6/10/2022 SI-175766 $135.45 IT-PD: CISCO PHONE SYSTEM MAIN 282242 7/1/2022 RIGHT SYSTEMS INC, 6/10/2022 SI-175766 $217.33 IT-PD: CISCO PHONE SYSTEM MAIN 282242 7/1/2022 RIGHT SYSTEMS INC, 6/10/2022 SI-175766 $217.32 IT-PD: CISCO PHONE SYSTEM MAIN 282203 7/1/2022 LARSEN SIGN CO., 6/14/2022 30659 $863.50 PD-VEHICLE GRAPHICS REPLACE SV 282203 7/1/2022 LARSEN SIGN CO., 6/7/2022 30621 $1,793.00 PD-VEHICLE GRAPHICS REPLACE SV 282268 7/1/2022 TOTAL LANDSCAPE CORPOR6/31/2022 87244 $792.72 PKDBC-AG19-224 LANDSCAPE MAINT 282245 7/1/2022 SECOMA FENCE INC, 6/8/2022 23115 $2,367.15 PWST-FENCE REPAIR SVCS 282182 7/1/2022 FROULAALARM SYSTEMS IN(6/21/2022 242063 $854.74 FWCC-FIRE ALARM MAINT 282266 7/1/2022 SYSTEMS FOR PUBLIC SAFEl6/14/2022 41925 $25.99 PD-VEHICLE REPAIR SVC 282293 7/1/2022 WHIRLWIND SERVICES INC, V'6/8/2022 715574 $104.90 CHB-AG18-003 PARKING LOT VACUU 282167 7/1/2022 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (6/9/2022 1-47057 $4,069.92 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 282167 7/1/2022 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (619/2022 1-47069 $318.17 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 282167 7/1/2022 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (6/11/2022 1-47072 $1,154.34 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 282167 7/1/2022 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (6/11/2022 1-47082 $3,535.96 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 282219 7/1/2022 MV TOWING LLC, 6/13/2022 25386 $77.07 PD-VEHICLE TOW 282167 7/1/2022 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (5/27/2022 1-46958 $648.53 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 282167 7/1/2022 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (5/27/2022 1-46960 $1,250.06 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 282167 7/1/2022 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (5/27/2022 1-46965 $2,572.03 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 282167 7/1/2022 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (6/2/2022 1-46963 $4,802.96 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 282167 7/1/2022 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (6/212022 1-47023 $72.06 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 282167 7/1/2022 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (5/26/2022 1-46955 $2,167.37 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 282167 7/1/2022 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (5126/2022 1-46966 $313.15 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 282167 7/1/2022 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (5131/2022 1-46992 $87.37 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 282167 7/1/2022 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (5/31/2022 1-46994 $48.94 PD-VEHICLE MAINT Key Bank Page 48 of 55 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 282167 7/1/2022 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (5/31/2022 1-46995 $639 97 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 282167 7/1/2022 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (5/31/2022 1-47001 $48.94 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 282167 7/1/2022 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (5/31/2022 1-47002 $48.94 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 282167 7/1/2022 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (6/8/2022 1-47045 $3,132.52 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 282212 7/1/2022 MCDONOUGH & SONS INC, 6/6/2022 257087 $44.04 SWM-2021 STREET SWEEPING SVCS- 282167 7/1/2022 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (6/7/2022 1-46896 $1.255.11 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 282167 7/1/2022 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (6/712022 1-47058 $48.94 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 282167 7/1/2022 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE(6/7/2022 1-47059 $48.94 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 282167 7/1/2022 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (6/3/2022 1-47029 $48,94 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 282397 7/15/2022 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVI£5/31/2022 119596-119601 $10,463.80 PWTR/PWST/PW-RSD PJ#119596-119 282397 7/15/2022 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVI£5/31/2022 119596-119601 $4,395.71 PWTR/PWST/PW-RSD PJ#119596-119 282330 7/15/2022 CAR WASH ENTERPRISES, 6/17/2022 MAY 2022 $300.00 PD-MAY 2022 VEHICLE WASHES 282468 7/15/2022 SPRAGUE PEST CONTROL, 6/18/2022 4835535 $124.41 PKM-FACILITIES PEST CONTROL 282477 7/15/2022 TERMINIX, 6/15/2022 421505531 $109.18 FWCC-PEST CONTROL 282352 7/15/2022 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (6/15/2022 1-47122 $738 50 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 282315 7/15/2022 ARC DOCUMENT SOLUTIONS6/14/2022 2589817 $112.45 IT6/22 MPS PLOTTER WORK ORDER 282443 7/15/2022 PAPE MACHINERY INC, 6/22/2022 2159531 $717.80 FLT-MAINT SUPPLIES 282304 7/15/2022 AADVANCED SEPTIC SERVIC6/21/2022 651584 $878.60 PKM-REPAIR & MAINT SVCS 282380 7/15/2022 HEAD -QUARTERS PTS, 6/20/2022 39949 $500.00 PARKS-AG18-017 SANICAN SERVICE 282308 7/15/2022 ADVANCED PRO FITNESS REI6/22/2022 06222201T $1,590.95 FWCC-FITNESS EQUIP SVCAG18-01 282352 7/15/2022 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (6/22/2022 1-47155 $2,206,63 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 282447 7/15/2022 PRO TOUCH AUTO INTERIOR 6/20/2022 56502 $176.16 PD-CAR DETAIL 282405 7/15/2022 LANDMARK OUTDOOR SVCS 6/20/2022 784 $495,45 PWST-TREE ASSESSMENT 282352 7/15/2022 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (6/21/2022 1-47157 $3,492-68 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 282352 7/15/2022 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (6/21/2022 1-47166 $48.94 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 282352 7/15/2022 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (6/21/2022 1-47169 $20.29 PD-VEHICLE MAINT Key Bank Page 49 of 55 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description Am"ntGLTotal 282481 7/15/2022 THUNDERING OAK ENTERPRI6/21/2022 11652 $2,036,85 PKM-AG19-115 TREE SVC AGREEMEN 282443 7/15/2022 PAPE MACHINERY INC, 6/21/2022 2352895 $1,173.97 FLT-MAINT SUPPLIES 282447 7/15/2022 PRO TOUCH AUTO INTERIOR 6/27/2022 56524 $423.89 PD-CF�R DETAIL 282428 7/15/2022 MV TOWING LLC, 6/27/2022 25723 $220.20 PD-VE:HICLE TOW 282372 7/15/2022 GREENPOINT LANDSCAPING 6/25/2022 79548 $1,568.93 FWCC-AG 19-119 LANDSCAPE MAINT 282331 7/15/2022 CASCADE ENGINEERING SER6/24/2022 ML-22062421569 $506.95 PD-RADAR REPAIR 282474 7/15/2022 SYSTEMS FOR PUBLIC SAFE-6/2412022 41987 $207.90 PD-VE_HICLE REPAIR SVC 282481 7/15/2022 THUNDERING OAK ENTERPRI6/2712022 11656 $2,257.05 PKM-AG19-115 TREE SVC AGREEMEN 282481 7/15/2022 THUNDERING OAK ENTER P R16/2712022 11658 $2,367.15 PKM-AG19-115 TREE SVC AGREEMEN 282481 7/15/2022 THUNDERING OAK ENTERPR15/1812022 11606 $1,211.10 PKM-AG19-115 TREE SVC AGREEMEN 282352 7/15/2022 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (6/1312022 1-47103 $48.94 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 282352 7/15/2022 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (6/14/2022 1-47104 $48,94 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 282352 7/15/2022 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (6/14/2022 1-47107 $48.94 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 282352 7/15/2022 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (6/14/2022 1-47113 $478.00 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 282352 7/15/2022 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (6/14/2022 1-47118 $48.94 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 282352 7/15/2022 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (6/14/2022 1-47119 $48.94 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 282424 7/15/2022 MORGAN SOUND, INC, 6/9/2022 MS1109614 $148.63 FWCC-SERVICE CALL 282346 7/15/2022 DMX LLC DBA MOOD MEDIA, 7/l/2022 56919541 $53.65 IT-07122 MEDIA SERVICES 282354 7/15/2022 ELTEC SYSTEMS LLC, 7/l/2022 8105970955 $759.69 CHB-AG21-045 ELEVATOR SVC 282354 7/15/2022 ELTEC SYSTEMS LLC, 7/l/2022 8105970956 $759.69 FWCC-AG21-045 ELEVATOR SVC 282418 7/15/2022 MCDONOUGH & SONS INC, 6/30/2022 257319 $8,283.85 SWM-2021 STREET SWEEPING SVCS- 282380 7/15/2022 HEAD -QUARTERS PTS, 6/3012022 39986 $1,400.00 PARKS-AG18-017 SANICAN SERVICE 282481 7/15/2022 THUNDERING OAK ENTERPRI7/612022 11665 $869.79 PKM-AG19-115 TREE SVC AGREEMEN ROAD SVCS/PERMITS-INTGVT $141,796.69 282195 7/l/2022 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVI£5/31/2022 119604-119645 $94,512.28 PWTR-CFW RSD 119604-119645 282493 7/15/2022 WA STATE DEPT OF ECOLOG16/1 5/2022 RS-000000280 $45,062.00 SWM-STORMWATER ACT MONITORING Key Bank Page 50 of 55 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 282397 7/15/2022 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVI.c5/31/2022 119596-119601 $2,221.41 PWTR/PWST/PW-RSD PJ#119596-119 SALES TAX PAYABLE $2,249.57 627223485 6/27/2022 WA STATE REVENUE DEPART6/27/2022 601-223-538 $2,249.57 FI-05/22 REMIT SALES TAX SALES TAX PAYABLE-RECREAT $7,673.64 627223485 6/27/2022 WA STATE REVENUE DEPART6/27/2022 601-223-538 $-41.07 FI-05/22 REMIT SALES TAX 627223485 6/27/2022 WA STATE REVENUE DEPART6/27/2022 601-223-538 $7,714.61 FI-05/22 REMIT SALES TAX SBCC SURCHARGE $439.60 282496 7/15/2022 WA STATE -STATE REVENUES,7/11/2022 JUNE 2022 $439.50 FI-06122 STATE PORTION REMIT F SCHOOL IMPACT FEES $6,088.00 282178 7/l/2022 FEDERAL WAY SCHOOL DISTf6/13/2022 SIF-APRIL 2022 $5,088.00 FI-APRIL 2022 SCHL IMPACT FEE SEWER BILLINGS $1,107.26 282200 711/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'6/1012022 3671801 $92.78 PKM-04/22 31600 20TH AVE S. M# 282200 7/l/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'6/10/2022 460602 $69.14 PKM-04/22 2645 312TH ST S #191 282200 7/l/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'6/1512022 E99802 $258.26 PKM-04/22 2410 312TH ST S BEAC 282200 7/l/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'6/15/2022 E-88103 $77.02 CHB-04/22 31132 28TH AVE S M#9 282200 7/l/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'6/15/2022 E88302 $57.32 PKM-04/22 31104 28TH AVE S M#1 282200 7/l/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'6/15/2022 101 $37.62 PKM-04122 31132 28TH AVE S #A 282200 711/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'6/15/2022 2426304 $37.62 CHB-04/22 2141 314 ST. S. #087 282200 711/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'6/15/2022 $24102 $75.24 PKM-04/22 30000 14TH AVE S M#5 282200 7/l/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC5/2612022 'I014202 $57.32 PKM-04/22 312 DASH PT RD M#432 282200 7/l/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC-5/26/2022 '1768602 $344.94 PKM-04/2..2 3200 DASH PT RD #878 SMALL OFFICE APPARATUS $236.70 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $236.70 FWCC-SMALL OFFICE APPARATUS SMALL TOOLS - SHOP $2,431.40 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $101.78 FWCC-SMALL TOOLS 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6121/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $38 49 FWCC-SMALL TOOLS 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $67.95 FWCC-SMALL TOOLS 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $24.20 SWM-SMALLS TOOLS 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $21.96 PKM-SM,4LL TOOLS Key Bank Page 51 of 55 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $55,90 SWM-SMALL TUOLS 282207 7/1/2022 LOWE'S HIW INC, 2/3/2022 02124 $59.09 SWM-MAINT SUPPLIES 282207 7/1/2022 LOWE'S HIW INC, 6/13/2022 02769 $103.78 PWST-MAINT SUPPLIES 282183 7/1/2022 GRAINGER INC, 5/27/2022 9327946217 $803.00 PWST/SWM-FACILITY MAINT SUPPLI 282183 7/1/2022 GRAINGER INC, 5/27/2022 9327946217 $802.99 PWST/SWM-FP,CILITY MAINT SUPPLI 282309 7/15/2022 AGRISHOP INC, 6/1/2022 67565/1 $61.63 SWM-REPAIR/MAINT SUPPLIES 282311 7/15/2022 ALPINE PRODUCTS INC, 6/22/2022 TM-209777 $68.26 PW-MAINT SUPPLIES 282440 7/15/2022 O'REILLYAUTO PARTS, 6/10/2022 3710-121842 $13.19 SWIM -SUPPLIES & MAINT 282482 7/15/2022 TIMCOINC, 6/1/2022 T045266 $25.35 SWM-MAINT SUPPLIES 282309 7/15/2022 AGRISHOP INC, 6/6/2022 67623/1 $60.56 SWM-REPAIR/MAINT SUPPLIES 282430 7/15/2022 NAPA AUTO PARTS, 5/11/2022 903823 $28,85 SWM-REPAIR & MAINT 282309 7/15/2022 AGRISHOP INC, 8/12/2021 65285/1 $5277 SWM-REPAIRhMAINT SUPPLIES 282309 7/15/2022 AGRISHOP INC, 2/16/2021 63528/1 $36.07 SWM-REPAIR/MAINT SUPPLIES 282309 7/15/2022 AGRISHOP INC, 4/20/2021 64110/1 $5.58 SWM-REPAIR/MAINT SUPPLIES STATE COVID-19 GRANT BUSIN REIME $3,674.87 282501 7/15/2022 WILLIAMS SCOTSMAN INC, 6/17/2022 9014294944 $1,273.53 PKM- LEASE AGREEMENT FOR TEMPO 282501 7/15/2022 WILLIAMS SCOTSMAN INC, 6/17/2022 901,4294945 $1,124.00 PKM-LEASE AGREEMENT FOR TEMPOR 282501 7/15/2022 WILLIAMS SCOTSMAN INC, 6/17/2022 9014303362 $35.00 PKM-LEASE AGREEMENT FOR TEMPOR 282502 7/15/2022 WILLIAMS SCOTSMAN INC, 6/30/2022 9014440190 $1,142.34 PKM- LEASE AGREEMENT FOR TEMPO STONE & GRAVEL $434.71 282410 7/15/2022 LLOYD ENTERPRISES INC, 4/7/2022 3329809 $434,71 PWST-ROCK TAXES/ASSESSMENTS-INTERGOVT $30,053.39 627223485 6/27/2022 WA STATE REVENUE DEPART6/27/2022 601-223-538 $4,440.09 FI-05/22 REMIT SALES TAX 627223485 6/27/2022 WA STATE REVENUE DEPIART6/27/2022 601-223-538 $30,053.39 FI-05122 REMIT SALES TAX 627223485 6/27/2022 WA STATE REVENUE DE13ART6/27/2022 601-223-538 $-4,440.09 FI-05/22 REMIT SALES TAX TELEPHONE SYSTEM EQUIP -MOTOR $2,646.86 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $1.392.08 IT -TELEPHONE EQUIP 282300 7/1/2022 ZONES INC, 6/7/2022 K19420810103 $1,138.76 IT - SUPPLY OF HEADSETS AND WE Key Bank Page 52 of 55 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 282300 7/1/2022 ZONES INC, 6/7/2022 K19420810103 $115.01 Sales Tax TIRES $3,614.22 282167 7/1/2022 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (6/10/2022 1-47048 $2,541.17 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 282167 7/1/2022 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (5/31/2022 1-47006 $180.23 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 282167 7/1/2022 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (5/27/2022 1-46976 $684.42 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 282352 7/15/2022 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (6/20/2022 1-47093 $208.40 PD-VEHICLE MAINT TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT $309,269.58 282153 7/1/2022 BUD CLARY CHEVROLET. OL16/7/2022 3NP869 $39,733.00 PD-2022 FORD POLICE INTERCEPTO 282153 7/1/2022 BUD CLARY CHEVROLET, OLC6/7/2022 3NP869 $3,337.57 Sales Tax 282238 7/1/2022 PVP COMMUNICATIONS, INC, 6/10/2022 131184 $3,106.00 PD-TRANSPORTATION EQUIP 282425 7/15/2022 MOTORRAD LLC, SOSO CYCL7/1412022 TCH21973 $24,036.08 PD-2022 ZERO FXP - 282409 7/15/2022 LIANG, DAVID 7/8/2022 LIANG 2022 $204.50 FI-LICENSING FEE 282326 7/15/2022 BUD CLARY CHEVROLET, OL16/2212022 3NP865 $39,733.00 PD-2022 FORD POLICE INTERCEPTO 282326 7/15/2022 BUD CLARY CHEVROLET, OLC6122/2022 3NP865 $3,337.57 Sales Tax 282326 7/15/2022 BUD CLARY CHEVROLET, OL16/21/2022 3NP870 $39.733.00 PD-2022FORD POLICE INTERCEP 282326 7/15/2022 BUD CLARY CHEVROLET, OL16/21/2022 3NP870 $3,337.57 Sales Tax 282326 7/15/2022 BUD CLARY CHEVROLET. OLC6/27/2022 3NP866 $39,733,00 PD-2022 FORD POLICE INTERCEPTO 282326 7/15/2022 BUD CLARY CHEVROLET, OL16/27/2022 3NP866 $3.337.57 Sales Tax 282425 7/15/2022 MOTORRAD LLC, SOSO CYCL2/17/2022 TCH21975 $23,489.58 PD-2022 ZERO FXP - 282326 7/15/2022 BUD CLARY CHEVROLET, OL16/30/2022 3NP867 $39,733.00 PD-2022 FORD POLICE INTERCEPTO 282326 7/15/2022 BUD CLARY CHEVROLET, OL16/30/2022 3NP867 $3,337.57 Sales Tax 282326 7/15/2022 BUD CLARY CHEVROLET, OLC6/3012022 3NP868 $39,733.00 PD-2022 FORD POLICE INTERCEPT 282326 7/15/2022 BUD CLARY CHEVROLET, OL16/30/2022 3NP868 $3,337.57 Sales Tax USE TAX PAYABLE $2,641.66 627223485 6/27/2022 WA STATE REVENUE DEPART6/27/2022 601-223-538 $2,641.66 FI-05/22 REMIT SALES TAX WASTE DISPOSAL BILLINGS $6,484.66 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $522.00 SWM-WASTE DISPOSAL 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $522.00 SWM-WASTE DISPOSAL Key Bank Page 53 of 55 Check No Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmouniGL Total 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $42.32 SWR-RESI GARBAGE AUDIT 621229491 6/21/2022 US BANK, 6/21/2022 MAY 2022 PROCARD $28.85 SWR-COMM GARBAGE AUDIT 282197 7/1/2022 KING COUNTY SOLID WASTE,1/31/2021 113998 $229.52 PWST-SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL 282197 7/1/2022 KING COUNTY SOLID WASTE,3/31/2020 103998 $119.55 PWST-SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL 282197 7/1/2022 KING COUNTY SOLID WASTE,7/31/2020 107998 $65.07 PWST-SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL 282197 7/1/2022 KING COUNTY SOLID WASTE, 11 /30/2020 111998 $544.71 PWST-SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL 282197 7/1/2022 KING COUNTY SOLID WASTE,12/3112020 112998 $386.30 PWST-SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL 282195 7/1/2022 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVIE5/31/2022 131173 $1,267.31 PWST-SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL 282226 7/1/2022 NW FURNITURE BANK, 5/31/2022 24466 $220.00 SWR-ADJUSTING PO FOR PAYMENTS- 282190 7/1/2022 JAMES SANTERELLI ENTERPI6/14/2022 212716 $600.00 SWR-PROVIDE COLLECTION, SHREDD 282204 7/1/2022 LES SCHWAB TIRE CTRS OF \6/13/2022 37800588222 $47.84 PWST-TIRE DISPOSAL 282263 7/1/2022 STERICYCLE INC, 5/31/2022 3006039402 $12 14 PD-MEDICAL WASTE REMOVAL SVC 282397 7/15/2022 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVI:5/31/2022 119682-119682 $759.08 SWM-RSD #119682-119682 282442 7/15/2022 PACIFIC TOPSOILS INC, 5/25/2022 6-T1013787 $938.18 SWM TOPSOIL MATERIAL DISP 282470 7/15/2022 STERICYCLE INC, 6/20/2022 3006066187 $179,79 PD-MEDICAL WASTE REMOVAL SVC WATER BILLINGS 282200 7/1/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'6/21/2022 3568001 $28.96 PWST-04/22 30399 PACIFIC HWY S 282200 7/1/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'6/15/2022 835904 $28.96 PWST-04/22 30421 16 AVE S IRR 282200 7/1/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'6/15/2022 888103 $84.08 CHB-04/22 31132 28TH AVE S M#9 282200 7/1/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'6/15/2022 2426604 $28.96 PAEC-04/22 2141 314 ST. S. IRR 282200 7/1/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'6/1512022 2446104 $15.02 PAEC-04/22 2141 314 ST. S. DET 282200 7/1/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'6/15/2022 2426304 $179 24 CHB-04/22 2141 314 ST. S. #087 282200 7/1/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'6/15/2022 896402 $28 96 PKM-04/22 2410 312TH ST #89640 282200 7/1/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'6/15/2022 899802 $307.48 PKM-04122 2410 312TH ST S BEAC 282200 7/1/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'6/15/2022 888302 $40.41 PKM-04/22 31104 28TH AVE S M#1 282200 7/1/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'6/15/2022 924602 $28.96 PKM-04/22 2301 S 292ND ST IRR $6,200.97 Key Bank Page 54 of 55 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AnvuntGLTotal 282200 7/1/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'6/1512022 2814401 $28.96 PKM-04122 2645 312TH IRR/ANNEX 282200 7/l/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'6/15/2022 3068801 $28.96 PWST-04/22 2000 312 ST S I R R M 282200 7/1/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'6/15/2022 3200201 $73.65 PWST-04/22 32001 WEYERHAEUSER 282200 7/l/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'6/15/2022 3642501 $28.96 PWST-04/22 30801 14TH AVE S M# 282200 7l1/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'6115/2022 3653601 $243.36 PWST-04/22 31114 28 AVE S M#46 282200 711/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'6/15/2022 3657701 $104.53 PWST-04/22 1456 S 308TH ST 308 282200 7/l/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'6/15/2022 3702201 $38.96 PWST-04/22 1119 S DASH POINT R 282200 7/l/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'6/15/2022 3791001 $28.96 PWST-04/22 2139 S 316TH #19211 282200 7/l/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'6/15/2022 822402 $379 86 PKM-04/22 30009 16TH AVE S IRR 282200 7/112022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'6/15/2022 824102 $179.24 PKM-04/22 30000 14TH AVE S M#5 282200 7/l/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'6/15/2022 101 $28.96 PKM-04/22 31132 28TH AVE S #A 282200 7/l/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'6/10/2022 482303 $28 96 PWST-04/22 28866 PACIFIC HWY S 282200 7/l/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'6/10/2022 482405 $28.96 PWST-04/22 28850 PACIFIC HWY S 282200 7/l/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'6/10/2022 460602 $197.56 PKM-04/22 2645 312TH ST S #191 282200 7/l/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'6/10/2022 1941803 $235.04 PKM-04/22 31600 20 AVE S M#191 282200 7/l/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'6/10/2022 2049903 $28.96 PKM-04/22 31531 1 STAVE S M#59 282200 7/1/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'6/10/2022 3336101 $28.96 PW-04/22 31026 PACIFIC HWY S 1 282200 7l1/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'6/10/2022 3364101 $28.86 PWST-04/22 1618 S 288TH ST IRR 282200 7/l/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'6/10/2022 3481301 $172.63 PWST-04122 SR 99 S 279TH TO S 282200 7l1/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'6/10/2022 3540201 $28.96 PWST-04/22 29627 PACIFIC HWY S 282200 7/l/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'6/10/2022 3540301 $28.96 PWST-04/22 28719 PACIFIC HWY S 282200 7/l/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'6110/2022 3545101 $28.96 PWST-04/22 29102 PACIFIC HWY S 282200 7/l/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'6/10/2022 3568101 $177.77 PWST-04/22 30799 PAC HWY IRRIG 282200 7/l/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'6/10/2022 3586001 $70.34 PKM-04/22 31531 1 STAVE S M#42 282200 7l1/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'6/10/2022 3621801 $28.96 PWST-04/22 1401 SW 312TH STREE 282200 7/l/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'6/10/2022 3671801 $146.88 PKM-04/22 31600 20TH AVE S. M# Key Bank Page 55 of 55 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 282200 7/1/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRICT/6/2022 2832301 $28.96 PKM-04/22 30619 16TH AVE SW M# 282200 7/1/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'5/2612022 2592702 $28.96 PKM-04/22 32837 10 PL SW IRR M 282200 7/1/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'5/26/2022 2592802 $28.96 PKM-04/22 1210 333 ST SW M#887 282200 7/1/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRICT/26/2022 2781501 $28.96 PKM-04/22 31200 DASH PT RD SW 282200 7/1/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'5/26/2022 2906301 $195,27 PKM-04/22 312 DASH PT RD SW #4 282200 7/1/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC5/26/2022 1014202 $126.27 PKM-04122 312 DASH PT RD M#432 282402 7/15/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/8/2022 2961401 $28.96 PWST-05122 34727 PACIFIC HWY S 282402 7/15/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/8/2022 3238401 $28.96 PWST-05122 32001 PACIFIC HWY S 282402 7/15/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/8/2022 3336201 $28.96 PWST-05/22 32409 PACIFIC HWY S 282402 7/15/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/8/2022 3336301 $28 96 PWST05/22 32402 PACIFIC HWY S 282402 7115/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/6/2022 3383601 $376.47 PWST-05/22 33300 PACIFIC HWY S 282402 7115/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/8/2022 3383701 $123 73 PWST-05/22 32500 PACIFIC HWY S 282402 7115/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/8/2022 3513001 $225.36 PWST-05/22 33647 20TH AVE S I 282402 7/15/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/8/2022 3518001 $28.96 PWST-05/22 35205 PACIFIC HWY S 282402 7/15/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/8/2022 3541001 $28.96 PWST-05/22 930 348TH ST S IRR 282402 7/15/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/8/2022 3552401 $28.96 PWST-05/22 35503 PACIFIC HWY S 282402 7/15/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/8/2022 3563701 $28.96 PWST-05/22 101 S 348TH ST IP3 282402 7/15/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/8/2022 3578601 $28.96 PWST-05/22 1283 S 336TH ST M#4 282402 7/15/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/812022 3715001 $77.24 PWST-05/22 930 348TH ST S IRR 282402 7/1512022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'6/21/2022 3033601 $74.53 PKM-04/22 28159 24TH PL S M#97 282402 7/15/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'6/15/2022 3837901 $28.96 PKM-04/22 31201 28TH AVE S M#2 282402 7/15/2022 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/16/2021 3715101 $1,394.27 PWST-05/21 35700 PACIFIC HWY S 282475 7/15/2022 TACOMA PUBLIC UTILITIES, 5/31/2022 100255396 $6.10 PKM-11/4/21-4/12/22 PUBLIC UTI ZONING/SUBDIVISION FEES $580.00 282505 7/15/2022 WRIGHT, BENJAMIN 6/1612022 22-102101 $580.00 CD -REFUND PERMIT 22-102101 Total $2,773,246.19 06/1712022 CW-PAYROLL VOUCHERS 06/01-06/15 $1,788.047.50 $2, 580, 300.21 CW-PAYROLL VOUCHERS 06116-06/30 07105/2022 $4,368,347.71 7d COUNCIL MEETING DATE: August 09, 2022 ITEM #: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL SUBJECT: TOURISM ENHANCEMENT GRANT RECOMMENDATION 2022 POLICY QUESTION: Should FEDRAC approve the LTAC's recommendation for Elite Productions, Pro/Am Bodybuilding Competition? COMMITTEE: Finance, Economic Development and Regional Affairs Committee MEETING DATE: July 26, 2022 CATEGORY: ® Consent ❑ Ordinance ❑ Public Hearing ❑ City Council Business ❑ Resolution ❑ Other STAFF REPORT BY: _Steve Groom, Finance Director.. DEPT: Finance Attachments: 1. Staff Report 2. Tourism Enhancement Grant Event Application and Income and Expense Estimate from Elite Productions, Pro/Am Bodybuilding Competition. Options Considered: 1. Approve 2. Do not approve MAYOR'S RECOMMENDATION: Mayor recommends approval of Option 1 MAYOR APPROVAL: 7 P'a 7 DIRECTOR APPROVAL: Cam ec ' C mcil Initial/Date inhialr ate lnitialia. e 'kS S• /per t Gt`7 d-w4 COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: I move to forward the Tourism Enhancement Request to the August 9, 2022 consent agenda for approval. c�� �- G-� Lo�r�p 5�A1kQL4jL,,1 Comma ee Chair Committee Member Committee Member PROPOSED COUNCIL MOTION: "I move to forward the Tourism Enhancement Request from Elite Productions, Pro/Am Bodybuilding Competition in the amount of $3, 000.00 as recommended by FEDRAC" (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: ❑ APPROVED COUNCIL BILL # ❑ DENIED First reading ❑ TABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION Enactment reading ❑ MOVED TO SECOND READING (ordinances only) ORDINANCE # REVISED— 1/2022 RESOLUTION # CITY OF Federal Way DATE: July 21, 2022 TO: Mayor and City Council VIA: Brian Davis, Interim City Administrator FROM: Steve Groom, Finance Director SUBJECT: LTAC recommendation for Tourism Enhancement Grant FINANCE DEPARTMENT The Lodging Tax Advisory Committee (LTAC) met on July 15, 2022 and reviewed a request from Elite Productions for assistance with a local event, Northern Classic Body Building Competition, that has been reviewed for generation of overnight hotel room stays. The applicant requested $6,000; the LTAC committee recommends approval of $3,000. The event is a recurring event at the PAEC, with an expanded component this year. The application forecasts 1,195 participants with 141 room nights generated from a distance greater than 50 miles away. Some participants will be local to the Seattle/Tacoma area however some are out-of-state. The event is scheduled for Sept. 9 h and 10t'. The event and the organization have also been reviewed for eligibility per RCW requirements. The LTAC committee was particularly focused on adhering to their existing guidelines of room -night generation, scope of event, etc. This grant is within the currently -approved budget for this fund. 4ik CITY Federalo, Way Tourism Enhancement Grant Event Application Read the Overview and Instructions before completing the application. Applications may be mailed, e- mailed or dropped -off to the address below. If submitting by e-mail, please have a signed electronic version included. The applications are to be sent to: ATTN: LTAC City of Federal Way 33325 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 Tim.lohnson @ Cit ofFederaiWa .coin Applicants will be notified of the date and time their application will be reviewed by the Tourism Enhancement Grant (TEG) Subcommittee. It is recommended that a representative of your organization be on hand at the review to answer questions from the TEG Subcommittee. Applicant's Name: Michele Mayberry Name of Organization:_ Elite Productions Mailing Address: Website Address: 302 S 295th PL Federal Way, WA 98003 www.northernclassic.net Applicant's E-Mail Address: micheleighl@msn. For Profit X Non -Profit Which Type: 501(c)3 501(c)6 (include copy of current state or federal non-profit registration) State Domiciled: WA Daytime Telephone: _253-217-7709 Fax: Official Event Name:_.NPC Northern Classic / IFBB Sasquatch Pro Proposed Date(s) of Event (MM/DD/YY) 9/9/22 — 9/10/22 other? GRANT AMOUNT REQUESTED $6000.00 Tourism Enhancement Grant Event Application Revised Sept. 2017 Is this a new event program? Yes _X_ Has your organization ever applied for a TEG? Yes _X_ Has your organization received a TEG award in the past? Scope of the event: _X_ Less than 50 miles (Federal Way, Auburn, etc.) _X_ More than 50 miles (Western WA) X Statewide _X_ Multi -States (Western US) X National X International No _X_ No If yes, when? _2021_ Yes _X No Briefly describe the event and how it will improve/increase tourism activities in Federal Way. Pro/Am Bodybuilding competition. The Pro part is a new event this year. Athletes from all over attend to compete for awards and prize money. They stay in hotels, eat in restaurants and shop at local stores. Is there a cultural or educational value to the event? If yes, please explain. _There is a health and wellness theme with many booths and trainers available for people to confer with and gain new information and lifestyle changes. FINANCIAL INFORMATION On a separate sheet, attach a budget for the event listing revenues and expenses. In addition to revenue provided by the organization or the event (ticket sales, etc.), include a list of other sources of forecasted revenue support, either those requested and pending or confirmed (sponsorship, grants, etc.). Is this support in -kind or financial? If financial, include the amount. Do you expect to make a profit?Yes _X_ No If yes, how much? _$500-$3000 Tourism Enhancement Grant Event Application Revised Sept. 2017 MARKETING On a separate sheet, attach information on how the event will be publicized and marketed. List all publications and media venues (Facebook, Twitter, website, brochures, newspaper, magazines, etc.); in addition to any give away promotional materials that will be used. EVENT INFORMATION Length of the event: One day _X_ Two days Three days Four days Five or more days Location of the event: _X_ Federal Way South King/North Pierce County Other Tourism Season: _X_ Peak Season (Jun -Sep) Shoulder Season (Oct, Jan -Mar) Off Season (Nov -Dec, Apr -May) Proposed venue(s): Federal Way Performing Arts and Events Center Have you confirmed the availability of the proposed dates at the primary venue? Yes _X_ No Will you have a need for secondary or practice venues? Yes No _X Proposed schedule of the event for each day: Date Time 9/9/22 3 P M 3PM Time Tourism Enhancement Grant Event Application Revised Sept. 2017 ECONOMIC IMPACT OF EVENT Breakdown of projected attendees over the course of the event: Date:9/8/22 Attendees Date:9/9/22 Date:9/10/22 Date: TOTAL Attendees Attendees Attendees Attendees Spectators 10 30 250 600 Participants 20 250 Support Staff 15 20 TOTAL ATTENDEES 30 295 870 1195 Provide an estimate of where projected attendees will travel from and their projected room nights (total number of rooms for their entire stay) during the event. Local Regional Multi-States Attendees (less than (Western Statewide (Western National International TOTAL 50 miles) greater than US) 50 miles) 35 Spectators _5 _12� _10 _8 Room nights Room nights Room nights Room nights Room nights Room nights 85 Participants 15 20 _10_ _10 20 10 Room nights Room nights Room nights Room nights Room nights Room nights 21 Support _1 _2 _6 12 Room nights Room nights Staff Room nights Room nights Room nights Room nights TOTAL 141 Total Projected Attendees _1195 Total Projected Room Nights _141 What types of business do you expect will be affected? Services (gas, mini -marts, etc.) ._X Restaurants Shopping _X. Entertainment X Lodging X Tourism Enhancement Grant Event Application Revised Sept. 2017 LODGING AND HOTEL STAYS Will you be listing any "Official Lodging" for this event? Yes _X If yes, provide name, address, contact person, and phone number. Courtyard by Marriott, Federal Way Jennifer Porter 253-529-0200 31910 Gateway Center BLVD S Federal Way, 98003 Provide all hotels/motels that you will include in all your publicity for the event. Courtyard by Marriott, Federal Way If needed, will add LaQuinta No List all the hotels/motels where rooms have or will be blocked for spectators, participants, and support staff. Projected Attendees Hotel/Motel Name Number of Blocked J Rooms Spectators Courtyard 15 35 Participants Courtyard 60 85 Support Staff Courtyard 21 21 96 Tourism Enhancement Grant Event Application Revised Sept. 2017 6 Tourism Enhancement Grant Event Application Revised Sept. 2017 The undersigned certifies that the information provided above is true and accurate and any projections are based on history of similar events and activities that are available to the industry and adjusted to local conditions. Applicant's Signature: _Michele Mayberry Applicant's Printed Name: Michele Mayberry Applicant's Title: Partner, Elite Productions, LLC Date: 3/22/22 Tourism Enhancement Grant Event Application Revised Sept. 2017 2022 NPC Northern Classic/ IFBB Sasquatch Pro Budget Income Vendor Booths $1800 City of Federal Way 2021 award $3000 Sponsorships $13000 Entry Fees $20,000 Ticket Sales $24,000 Total $ 61, 800 Expenses Venue (FW PAEC) $7400 Judges / Staff $4000 MC / DJ Fee $2000 EMT $400 Trophies/ Tiaras / Buttons, Badges $4025 Storage Rental / UHaul Rental $1690 Sanction Fees $10,000 Prize Money (Required) $16,000 Advertising $500 Supplies $200 T-Shirts $1200 License/Taxes/Permits $110 Web design / Host fees $2400 Host Hotel / Staff / Travel $4700 Total Expenses $54,625 Total Income $61,800 Net Profit $7175 FA COUNCIL MEETING DATE: August 9, 2022 ITEM #: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL SUBJECT: PURCHASE FIVE (5) COPIERS USING REPLACEMENT RESERVES POLICY QUESTION: Should City Council approve the purchase of five (5) copiers, from Copiers Northwest, Inc., using replacement reserve money? COMMITTEE: FEDRAC MEETING DATE: July 26, 2022 CATEGORY: ® Consent ❑ Ordinance ❑ Public Hearing ❑ City Council Business ❑ Resolution ❑ Other STAFF REPORT BY: Thomas Fichtner DEPT: Information Technology Attachments: 1. Staff Report 2. Sales Agreement from Copiers Northwest Options Considered: 1. Approve the proposed purchase. 2. Do not approve the proposed agreement and provide direction to staff. MAYOR'S RECOMMENDATION: OPTION 1 MAYOR APPROVAL: � 7 I r �1 � �, ,{ �'�� DIRECTOR APPROVAL:n II COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: "I move to forward the proposed purchase of five (5) copiers to the August 9, 2022 consent agenda for approval. " ommittee hair Committee Member Committee Member PROPOSED COUNCIL MOTION: "I move approval of the proposed Sales Agreement with Copiers Northwest, Inc. for a sum not to exceed Sixty -Seven Thousand, Eight Hundred Seventy -Two and 901100 ($67, 872.90). " (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: ❑ APPROVED COUNCIL BILL # ❑ DENIED First reading ❑ TABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION Enactment reading ❑ MOVED TO SECOND READING (ordinances only) ORDINANCE # REVISED - 11/2019 RESOLUTION # CITY OF FEDERAL WAY MEMORANDUM DATE: July 18, 2022 TO: City Council Members VIA: Jim Ferrell, Mayor FROM: Thomas Fichtner, IT Director SUBJECT: Copier & Printer Replacement Purchase Financial Impacts: The cost to the City of $67,872.90 for the copier replacement was included within the approved 2021/2022 budget under the Information Technology 503 fund for copier replacement reserves. Background Information: Each year as part of the replacement reserves a series of copiers are identified to be replaced based on age, and are budgeted accordingly. As part of the 2021/2022 budget, staff identified 5 copiers to be replaced in the 2022 budget year. We received a quote, from Copiers Northwest, for $67,872.90. This quote has utilized the NASPO cooperative purchasing contract. See attached sales agreement. The following are the departments that will receive replacement copiers: • Mayor's Office ■ Community Development (Work Room) • Community Development (Permit Center) ■ Police Dept. (Administrative Work Room) ■ Municipal Court The maintenance, and operations of these copiers will fall under the current agreement we have with Copiers Northwest. (AG 21-019) Rev. 7/18 COPIERS 601 Dexter Ave N Seattle, WA 98109 P: (206) 282-1200 F: (0 e282-2 corn SALES AGREEMENT M ENT NORTHWEST New ideas. New Solutions. Bill To Name Address City, ST, zip Phone PO Number Sale Type BILL TO City Of Federal Way Ship To Name 33325 8th Ave Address Federal Way, WA 98003 City, ST, Zip (253) 835-7000 Phone Delivery Contact Name NA5PO Contract Purchase #140595-06619 Delivery Contact Email SHIP TO City Of Federal Way See instructions Federal Way, WA 98003 1253)835-7000 Same IT contact Name Brian Pearson "IT Contact" Is the person with access to your company network settings and passwords. A network survey will be emailed to collect this information and is required for setting up your new device. Delays in completing the survey will impact delivery timelines. Your IT staff may opt out of remote connection if you self -manage all network connections. Please email the Remote Support Team (RSTeam@coplersnw.com) for assistance, or call 206-388-1596. IT Contact email Brian.Pearson@CityofFederalWay.com IT Contact Phone 253.835.2552 Qty Item Number Model Description Unit Price Total Amount 1 4963CO02AA IR6860i imageRUNNER ADVANCE DX 6860i $6,243.84 1 0607CO02AA IR6860i Paper Deck Unit-Fl $1,434.40 1 5547CO02AA IR6860i Staple Finisher-AB2<3><5> $1,662.10 1 140300002BA IR6860i Icassette Feeding Unit-AQl<1> $991.10 1 5546CO02AA IR6860i Buffer Pass Unit-132 $182.60 1 0126CO01AA IR6860i 2/3 Hole Puncher Unit -Al $581.35 1 3826CO02AA IRC5850i imageRUNNER ADVANCE DX C5850i $7,568.00 1 15547CO02AA IRC5850i Staple Finisher-AB2<3><5> $1,662.10 1 0126CO01AA IRC5850i 2/3 Hole Puncher Unit -Al $581.35 1 5546CO02AA IRC5850i Buffer Pass Unit-132 $182.60 1 3998CO01AA IRC5850i Super G3 FAX Board-AX1 $546.70 1 -40300002BA IRC5850i Cassette Feeding Unit-AQ1<1> $991.10 2 .55900002AA iPR Lite C265 imagePRESS Lite C265 10980 $21,960.00 2 1D126CO01AA iPR Lite C265 2/3 Hole Puncher Unit -Al <6> 581.35 $1,162.70 .2 D162C002AA iPR Lite C265 Paper Deck Unit-El<4> 1639 $3,278.00 .2 3998CO01AA iPR Lite C265 Super G3 FAX Board-AX1 546.7 $1,093.40 2 5217CO01AA iPR Lite C265 Stack Bypass D1 <17> 455.4 $910.80 .2 3235COOIBA iPR Lite C265 Staple Finisher-ACI <1><2> 2048.75 $4,097.50 1 4056CO02AA IR4725i imageRUNNER ADVANCE DX 4725i $3,405.60 1 4063CO01AA IR4725i Single Pass DADF-C1<1><2> $1,300.75 Order Notes and/or Delivery Instructions Page 2 adden Subtotal Deliver DX4725i to Front Counter City Hall, pick up 2535i ID# GT601, Deliver 5850 to Mayor's office, pick up Delivery 5250 ID#GR952, Deliver 1 - C265 to Police Admin\, pick up 7260 ID#GP443, Deliver C265 to City Hall Workrnam, pick up 7260 ID# GR954, Deliver 6860 to Muni Court , pick up 6265 ID# GP444 Sales Tax TOTAL $61,646.59 N/C $6,226.3I $67,872.90 TERMS' COPIERS NORTHWEST, INC., (Seller) retains bde to all equipment and supplies listed above until purchase price is paid in full. This Is a binding and non - cancelable contract. In the event Customer defaults on payment the Customer remains liable for this debt and the payment of any legal fees or other cost incurred in any action to collect this debt, including the forfeiture of down payments. Customer gives Seller security interest in the property purchased in this agreement. Refer to warranty on reverse side. Changes to the original terms on the back side of this Sales Order are not valid unless initialed by an officer of Copiers Northwest. All software purchases are Non -Refundable, Non -Returnable. Cash purchases of software items and/or professional services require a minimum 50% payment up front at the time of the order, to secure the software licenses from the vendor. An additional 25% will be due upon license delivery to the customer, and the final 25% will be due upon SOW completion. Jim Olive 7/13/2022 Account Manager Order Date ACCEPTED BY COPIERS NORTHWEST BELOW: Copiers Northwest Officer Printed Name Date Title Revision 21.04 Customers, please provide equipment pick up information and network installation information on page 3-5 of this document. ACCEPTED BY CUSTOMER BELOW: Authorized Signature Required Printed Name Date Title page 1 Copiers Northwest Sales Order Master Terms and Conditions 1. BY SIGNING THIS SALES ORDER, THE BILL -TO OR PARENT COMPANY ON PAGE ONE OF THIS DOCUMENT AGREES THAT COPIERS NORTHWEST (CNW) WILL KEEP THIS DOCUMENT ON FILE AS A MASTER TERMS AND CONDITIONS AND NOT REQUIRE ADDITIONAL COPIES FOR ALL SUBSEQUENT EQUIPMENT ACQUISITIONS BY THE BILL -TO OR PARENT COMPANY. THE BILL -TO OR PARENT COMPANY MAY RESTRICT FUTURE ACQUISITIONS TO NAMED BUYERS AND/OR DOLLAR LIMITATIONS BY FILLING OUT ADDITIONAL DOCUMENTATION THAT IS SIGNED BY BOTH THE CUSTOMER AND AN OFFICER OF CNW. THE CUSTOMER UNDERSTANDS THAT THE MASTER TERMS AND CONDITIONS MAY BE PERIODICALLY UPDATED BY CNW AND ARE INCORPORATED INTO THE ORIGINAL MASTER. THE CUSTOMER CAN REQUEST A COPY OF THE CURRENT MASTER TERMS AND CONDITIONS AT ANY TIME FROM THEIR ACCOUNT 2. Copiers Northwest, Inc warrants that new equipment acquired pursuant to this equipment order will be free of defects in workmanship and materials for a period of ninety (90) days from the date of delivery. This warranty does not cover defects or damage resulting for in -transit handling, negligence or improper operation or maintenance of equipment. 3. Should any failure to conform with this warranty appear within ninety (90) days, Copiers Northwest, Inc. shall, upon notification, correct such nonconformity. Said correction, at Copiers Northwest, Inc.'s option, shall be made either by repairing any defective part or parts, or by making available a repaired or replaced part. 4 THIS WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, OR OTHER WARRANTIES EXPRESSIMPLIED EXCEPT FOR THE WAR NTY OF THE TITLE AND THE WARRANTY AGAINSTPATENT INFRINGEMENT. THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. 5. Customer warrants that they have examined the above described goods or a sample or model thereof. Customer does not rely on any warranty with regard to defects which said examination, under the circumstances thereof, ought to have been revealed to them. 6. No warranties have been made by Seller in reference to the above described goods unless expressly included in this written sales agreement between Customer and Seller. 7. Copiers Northwest, Inc. shall have no obligation to install equipment accessories or to repair or replace equipment in the event that repair or replacement are required due to abuse, accident, theft, or damage to the machine caused by repairs performed by someone other than an authorized Copiers Northwest, Inc representative. 8. Smartboards and other panel televisions and display units are sold "drop at door" and do not include on -site installation. 9. All software installed at Customer's location is governed by software manufacturer's licensing agreement. Maintenance of the licensing agreement is the Customer's responsibility. Delivery of the software license(s) and/or key(s) to a customer via email, download, or other electronic submission constitutes delivery and all payment terms apply. Installation services sold on the Sales Order and/or provided in the Statement of Work in conjunction with software sales are considered separate from the software and are not required to be performed in full by the software Vendor or Copiers Northwest and/or its affiliates to constitute delivery. 9.1 Without limiting the generality or provisions of section 9 above, in no event will Licensor or any other Licensor Indemnified Parties (including, without limitation, Licensor's Third -Party Suppliers and Licensors), be liable to any Customer(s) or other Third Parties for any damages whatsoever arising out of, based on or resulting from, any acts or omissions of Reseller and/or any of its Representatives in connection with advertising, marketing and/or promoting the product, selling and/or distributing product licenses, providing related support services, to any Customer(s) and/or installing or using any of the software (or any component(s) thereof) including, without limitation, any such damages arising out, based on of or resulting from: (i) Reseller's failure to perform any of its covenants or obligations under this agreement, or (ii) any repairs or alterations to any of the software (or any component(s) thereof) or any product done without Licensor's prior written approval. 10. Changes in the operating environment including, but not limited to changes to operating system, network software, software application changes, hardware and software upgrades, etc. may result in the need for configuration adjustments or other network services to restore functional capabilities. Such services shall be billed at the then current rate of $98.00* per hour (Remote Support) or $175.00* per hour (On -site Network Tech Dispatched) or deducted from the customers pre -paid block time program, when applicable. 11. Customer acknowledges that it is Customer's responsibility to maintain a current backup of their program and data files to restore any lost data. Customer agrees that under no circumstances shall Copiers Northwest, Inc. be held responsible for any loss of data or any consequential damages. 12. CNW will provide one installation connection per machine via the Remote Support Team (RST) included with the acquisition of your CNW copier, printer, scanner, or fax. The standard installation connection includes the current print drivers and/or any manufacturer -included standard scan utilities. Customer will provide an active network port, adequate space for the MFP device(s), and a key contact for network installation support, workstation setup and print driver overview training. Customer also agrees to provide print server access for server based printer applications as well as all required network protocol information pertaining to the purchased options. If the customer requests an On -Site Network Technician to be dispatched for network assistance, the service call will be billed at $175.00* per hour and is not included in your lease or service agreement. CNW reserves the right to send an on -site technician for specialty equipment installations such as production copiers and wide format printers and those installations will not be subject to chargeable service call. 13. CNW, Inc. will provide Remote Support for the product at no charge as itemized A-C below. Some customer requests beyond the normal scope of items A- C may billed at the current rate of $98.00* per hour (Remote Support) or $175.00* per hour (On -site Network Tech Dispatched) or deducted from the customers pre -paid block time program, when applicable. CNW will provide hardware related support at no charge for the life of any machine acquired from CNW as long as it is continuously covered by a CNW Maintenance Agreement and Customer account is in good standing. The following list of Remote Support services are offered at no charge: A. Copying, and paper tray configuration as provided by the Manufacturer; does not include Third Party applications or "line of business applications." B. Sending the Customer online links to self -install OEM drivers and software updates. C. The reconfiguration of the purchased/leased device network settings after a machine hard failure. 14. Copiers Northwest, Inc. is under no circumstances responsible for any data, documents, images, or any other information stored on or in the device, the device hard drive(s), or any memory module(s). *Price is subject to change without notice; please inquire with your account manager or the Remote Service Team for current rates. Customer Initials Revision 21.04 page 2 COPIERS NORTHWEST Neir: fdr3s Nm Sofunons. 601 Dexter Ave N Seattle, WA 98109 P: (206) 282-1200 F: (206) 282-2010 www.copiersnw.com Customer Owned Equipment Removal Form Customer: ICity Of Federal 1 Address: See instructions City, State, Zip: Federal Way, WA 98003 Phone: [253) 835-7000 Account Rep: I]im Olive This document must be completed prior to authorizing and scheduling any CUSTOMER OWNED "Trade -Ins" which includes any equipment customer purchased from CNW or another Vendor. Leased Equipment originating from Copiers Northwest (CNW) does not require any forms. Customer Owned Equipment Only (CNW or othet). Please use the "NON-CNW Leased Equipment Removal Form" to authorize removal of NON-CNW leases. Line Status ID # Make Model 1 Customer Owned GP444 Canon 6265 2 Customer Owned GT601 Canon 2535 3 Customer Owned GP443 Canon 7260 4 Customer Owned GR954 Canon 7260 5 Customer Owned GR952 Canon 5250 6 Customer Owned 7 Customer Owned 8 Customer Owned 9 Customer Owned 10 Customer Owned 11 Customer Owned 12 Customer Owned 13 Customer Owned 14 Customer Owned 15 Customer Owned 16 Customer Owned 17 Customer Owned 18 Customer Owned 19 Customer Owned 20 Customer Owned 21 Customer Owned 22 Customer Owned 23 Customer Owned 24 Customer Owned 25 Customer Owned 26 Customer Owned 27 Customer Owned 28 Customer Owned 29 Customer Owned 30 Customer Owned 31 Customer Owned 32 Customer Owned 33 Customer Owned 34 Customer Owned Please use a similar format to list additional CUSTOMER OWNED EQUIPMENT on supplementary pages. THIS SECTION FOR CUSTOMER OWNED EQUIPMENT ONLY: I the undersigned agree that all equipment marked and/or referred to as "Customer Owned" "Trade In" or "Disposal' is free and clear of any liens or encumbrances. The title and ownership of this equipment is transferred to Copiers NW, Inc. Copiers NW is under no circumstance responsible for any data, documents, images, or other information stored on or in the device, the device hard drive(s), or any memory module(s). ACCEPTED BY COPIERS NORTHWEST Authorized Signature Required / Date Printed Name / Title Revision 19.05 ACCEPTED BY CUSTOMER Authorized Signature Required / Date Printed Name / Title page 3 COPIERS NORTHWEST Neu• Ideas New Soluflons. 601 Dexter Ave N Seattle, WA 98109 P: (206) 282-1200 F: (206) 282-2010 www.copiersnw.com Delivery Opt Out ❑ Equipment is being drop shipped or Customer will pick up at a CNW facility. Delivery Coi act *REQUIRED IF DELIVERED* Delivery Contact Primary Phone Secondary Phone Email Address Alternate Contact PHYSICAL SITE SURVEY Space Verified ? No Elevator Available ? No Stairs ? No Stairwell with landing and turns? ❑ Yes ❑ No Doors Narrower than 30" ? ❑ Yes ❑ No Loading Dock or Central Receiving? ❑ Yes ❑ No DELIVERY INSTRUCTIONS Note: Equipment power should be tested for proper voltage. Customer is reponsible for proper power. CNW is not responsible for machine damage due to incorrect power Power Verified? Additional Notes CONTACT INFORMATION For questions regarding deliveries, please contact: Email Del iveries�coaiersnw,cpm Phone 509-789-4118 For questions or help with the network information, please call or email our Remote Support Team: Email RSTeamuilcopiersnw.com Phone 206-388-1596 For questions or help with Printsmart Manager, our automated meter readings and toner replenishment software, please contact: Email PSM@copier5nw-com Phone 206-519-3216 If you prefer to self-service your account, please register for an "E- Info" account to enter a service call request, enter your meter reads for billing and order toner. Please contact: Email SuuLlii,r_ :iersnw.com Site Survey Date: Customer Name: City Of Federal Way Account Manager: Jim Olive Network Opt Out ❑ Equipment is not being networked or will be handled by the Customer Network Contact *REQUIRED IF NETWORKED* IT Contact Primary Phone Secondary Phone Email Address Alternate Contact NETWORK SURVEY IP Address Subnet Mask Gateway I Laptops ❑ Yes ❑ No DNS Server Info Primary Secondary DNS Domain Name OS Info Mac Enviroment Desktop OS ❑ 32 Bit ❑ 64 Bit Notes Server OS ❑ 32 Bit ❑ 64 Bit Notes Note: Equipment with the "Send to Email' functionality requires additional configuration information and possible access to the email server. Please provide additional information below: Email Server Info SMTP Srv. IP Address SMTP Port Server OS ❑ None ❑ SSL ❑ TLS Reply Address Username Password Printsmart Manager (PSM) Is there at least 1 device with Microsoft Windows 7+, Server 2008 R2+ with .NET 4.5.2 or higher , Linux with Mono 5.4 or higher, or MAC OS 10.12 or higher (with Mono 5.4 or higher) on the network? ❑ Yes ❑ No Which do you prefer for PSM Setup: ❑ Remote Support Appointment ❑ Email Instructions Does the Customer want automated toner shipments? ❑ Yes ❑ No Revision 2021.04 page 5 COPIERS NORTHWEST New Ideas. New Solutions. 601 Dexter Ave N Seattle, WA 98109 P: (206) 282-1200 F: (206) 282-2010 Bill To: City Of Federal Way 33325 8th Ave Federal Way, WA 98003 Phone: (253) 835-7000 Sales Order Addendum Sales Order No: Date: 7/13/2022 Account Manager: Jim Olive Ship To: City Of Federal Way See instructions Federal Way, WA 98003 Phone: (253) 835-7000 Oty Item Number Model Descripticm Unit Price Total Amount 1 1423CO02CA IR4725i Inner Finisher-31<5> 619.5 819.5 1 1419CO02CA IR4725i Cassette Feeding Unit-AN1<3> 991.1 991.1 1 Canon WA Si Canon WA State NASPO Contract #140595-06619 ACCEPTED BY COPIERS NORTHWEST Copiers Northwest Officer Date ACCEPTED BY CUSTOMER Authorized Signature Required Date Printed Name Title Revision 1610a Printed Name Title COPIERS NORTHWEST New Ideas. New Solutions. 601 Dexter Ave N Seattle, WA 98109 P: (206) 282-1200 F: (206) 282-2010 www.copiersnw.com Bill To: City Of Federal Wa 33325 8th Ave Federal Way, WA 98003 Phone: (253) 835-7000 MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT Agreement Start Date: Service Term: Customer No: Account Manager: Jim Olive Purchase Order No: Ship To: City Of Federal Way See instructions Federal Way, WA 98003 Phone: (253) 835-7000 Select One Type of Agreement Coverage:IML Meter: Image I Allowance I Overage Charge Monthly Minimum Charge 0 Toner inclusive with metered charges - includes, parts, labor, drums, fuser rollers, toner Black Usage Only $0.0059 and developer. Paper and/or staples not included. Toner exclusive with metered charges - includes labor, parts, drums, and fuser rollers. Color Usage Only N/A Paper and/or staples not included. Toner exclusive non -metered charges - includes labor and parts only. Base: TOTAL: Data Collection Agent (DCA) - We will contact your IT department to set up a DCA IT Contact Email: PrintSmart Manager Software (IP addres for automated meter readings, automated toner shipments, and to monitor error codes for service calls as a reuuirerrment of this service agreement. Please refer Backup Key Op Email: to Term 8 on the reverse of this agreement for additional information. Select one billing preference from each column: List of Equipment Covered: Base Billing Overage Billing Make/Model Serial Equip ID Start Meter 0 Monthly 11 Monthly Canon DX 6860 ❑ Quarterly ❑ Quarterly ❑ Other* l Other* Additional equipment is listed on Schedule A of this agreement and all terms and conditions of this agreement apply to 'Other Must be Approved by the Contract Billing Group any equipment listed on Schedule A or any other referenced documents that are part of this agreement. Remarks: Replaces Canon 6260 ID# GP444. Per NASPO Contracxt #140595-06619 no increases for 60 mo. Maintenance Agreement Coverage: Copiers Northwest, Inc. (CNW)'s factory trained personnel will render service on the listed equipment during regular business hours in accordance with the terms ,and conditions set forth on the front and reverse side of this Maintenance Agreement. This agreement begins at the time of equipment delivery or approved completed preinspection, unless otherwise specified by the "Agreement Start Date." This Agreement covers emergency calls, as well as routine preventive maintenance calls during normal business hours. Coverage period is for one year unless otherwise specified. This Agreement will automatically renew in increments of one year unless CNW is notified in writing 30 days in advance of expiration. This Agreement is non-refundable and non -transferable. The customer signature of this agreement and CNW's billing or signature of this agreement constitutes CNW and Customer's acceptance of the agreement. Changes to the original terms on the back side of this Maintenance Agreement are not valid unless initialed by an officer of Copiers Northwest. ACCEPTED BY COPIERS NORTHWEST Copiers Northwest Officer Printed Name Date Title yL� ACCEPTED BY CUSTOMER Authorized Signature Required Date Printed Name Title Revision 21.04 MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT TERMS AND CONDITIONS 1. General Scope of Coverage: This Agreement covers adjustments, repair and replacement of parts as required by normal use of the equipment, subject to the exceptions in and in accordance with these terms and conditions. This Agreement does not cover charges for installation of equipment or de -installation of equipment if it is moved by Customer. If the device is placed outside a Copiers Northwest Inc. (CNW) service area, Customer allows CNW to choose the servicing provider. Damage to the equipment or its parts arising out of or caused by misuse, abuse, negligence, attachment of unauthorized components, accessories or parts, use of substandard paper or substandard supplies or other causes beyond the control of CNW are not covered by this Agreement and may subject Customer to a surcharge or to cancellation of this Agreement In addition, CNW may terminate the Agreement if the equipment is modified, damaged, altered or serviced by personnel other than CNW Authorized Personnel, or if pads, accessories or components not meeting machine specifications are fitted to the equipment This Agreement does not cover charges for repairs to print controllers other than described in paragraph 3 or repairs due to Customer or third party modifications to software or hardware. 2. Service Calls: Service calls under this Agreement will be made during normal business hours, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, at the installation address shown on the reverse side of this Agreement. Travel and labor time for service calls after normal business hours, on weekends and on holidays, if and when available, will be charged at the published overtime rates in effect at the time the service call is made. CNW representatives will not handle, disconnect or repair unauthorized attachments or components; Customer is responsible for disconnecting and reconnecting unauthorized attachments or components. Customer hereby indemnifies and holds CNW and its Representatives harmless for damages to or from any unauthorized parts, components, accessories or equipment resulting from service performed on CNW equipment. Labor performed during a service call includes cleaning and maintenance of the equipment and the adjustment, repair or replacement of parts described below. 3. Initial Connection Support & Network Services: CNW will provide one installation connection via the Remote Support Team (RST) with the acquisition of your CNW copier, printer, scanner, or fax. If Customer requests a live technician for connection, the charges are not included in this maintenance agreement and are billed at the then current network technician rate of $175/hr. Customer will provide an active network port, adequate space for the MFP device(s), and a key contact for network installation support, workstation setup and print driver overview training. Customer also agrees to provide print server access for server based printer applications as well as all required network protocol information pertaining to the purchased options. CNW will also provide Remote Support of the product for no charge as itemized: (A) scanning, printing, copying, and paper tray configuration as provided by the manufacturer (this does not include third party applications); (B) sending the customer online links to self -install manufacturer driver and software updates; and (C) the reconfiguration of the purchasedlleased device network settings after a machine hard drive failure. Some customer requests beyond the normal scope of items A-C may be billed at the current rate of $98.00 per incident (Remote Support) or $175 per hour (On -site Network Tech Dispatched 4. Repalr and Replacement of Parts: Al parts necessary to the operation of the equipment, due to normal wear and tear, with the exception of the parts listed below and subject to the general scope of coverage, will be furnished free of charge during a service call included in the maintenance service provided by this Agreement Exceptions are consumable items, drum units, fuser units, and maintenance kits unless otherwise stated in this Agreement- 5. Reconditioning: Rebuilding or major overhauls are not covered by this Agreement. In addition, when in its sole discretion CNW determines that a reconditioning is necessary, as a result of expected wear and tear of materials and age factors caused by normal office environment usage, in order to keep the equipment in working condition, CNW will submit to the Customer an estimate of needed repairs and their cost which will be in addition to the charge payable under this Agreement. If the Customer does not authorize such reconditioning, CNW may discontinue service of the equipment under this Agreement (refunding the unused portion of the maintenance charge) or may refuse to renew this Agreement upon its expiration. Thereafter, the CNW representative may make service available on a "Per Call" basis at the published rates in effect at the time of service. 6. Use of CNW Supplies: If the Customer uses other than CNW supplies and if such supplies are defective or unacceptable for use in CNW machines and cause abnormally frequent service calls or service problems, then CNW may, at its option, assess a surcharge or terminate this Agreement In this event, the customer may be offered service on a "Per Call" basis based upon published rates. It is not a condition of this Agreement, however, that the Customer use only CNW authorized supplies. 7. Supply Inclusive Contracts: If supplies are included in the service provided under this Agreement, CNW will supply toner, ink and developer. The agreement does not include consumable supply items such as paper and staples. All normal print yields are based on an "B %x 11"sheet with 5 h text coverage. If the Customers usage of supplies exceeds the normal yields for the equipment being serviced, CNW will invoice and the Customer agrees to pay, for the excess supplies at CNW's current retail prices in effect CNW reserves the right to charge for supplies, freight, handling, and fuel. Upon termination or cancelalion of a supplies inclusive contract, customer must return any unused supply items provided by CNW under this Agreement. 8. DCA: Customer agrees to install Data Collection Agent (DCA) on their network to provide CNW with meter reads, low loner alerts for auto -ship toner, and error codes. If Customer does not install the DCA, CNW will accept the Customer self -reporting meters and toner requests via the E-info website (email Supplies@copiersnw.com for a login). If Customer does not install a DCA or utilize E-info, Customer agrees to pay CNW a fee to manually process meter submissions, toner replenishment, and service calls (email, phone, fax), including but not limited to CNW estimating the meter usage based on industry standards per model. 9. Electrical: In order to insure optimum performance by the CNW equipment, it is mandatory that specific models be plugged into a dedicated line, which must comply with manufacturer electrical specifications These power standards are required by manufacturer specifications. 10. Charges: The initial non-refundable charge for maintenance under this Agreement shall be the amount set forth on the reverse side of this Agreement. The annual maintenance charge with respect to any renewal term, or second or third term of a multi -term agreement, will be the charge in effect at the time of renewal. CNW reserves the right to increase the Base Charge and Overage Charge of this agreement upon renewal or annually for a multi -year agreement, Customer shall pay all charges within 15 days of invoice date. Customer agrees to pay all court costs and any reasonable attomeys fees required by CNW to collect payment on this agreement. Interest will be charged at 1 1 % per month on any unpaid balance. CNW reserves the right to withhold service or cancel this Agreement if a customers account is over thirty (30) days delinquent. CONTINUED ABOVE 10. CONT'D: If equipment is moved to anew CNW service territory, CNW shall have the option to charge, and the Customer agrees to pay the difference in published maintenance charges between the current territory and the new lerrilory (on a pro-rala basis). If equipment is moved beyond CNW's service territory, CNW reserves the right to cancel, or the Customer agrees to pay a fair and reasonable up -charge for the continued service, taking into account the distance to Customers new location and the published rates of CNW for service on a "Per Call" basis. CNW reserves the right to charge additionally for shipping, freight, handling and fuel. 11. Cancelatlon: This Agreement becomes effective upon the date indicated in the "Agreement Start Date" space, and shall continue for the term as specified on the face of this Agreement. This Agreement will automatically renew in increments of 12 months after the initial term has been reached. Customer may cancel by providing CNW a written intent to cancel 30 days prior to the end of the current term. 12. Event of Default and Termination: The occurrence of the following shall constitute an Event of Default: the customer fails to pay any portion of the charges for maintenance as provided under the Agreement when due or Customer fails to duly perform any covenant, conditions, or term of this Agreement Upon the Event of Default, CNW may; (i) refuse to service the equipment, (ii) fumish service on C.O.D. "Per Call" basis based upon published rates in effect at the time of service; (iii) terminate [his Agreement Within 60 days of the expiration or termination of this Agreement, CNW shall submit to Customer an itemized invoice for any fees or expenses, including any Per Call fees, theretofore accrued under [his Agreement In the event customer terminates prior to the expiration of the current term of this agreement without cause, or in the event CNW terminates this agreement prior to the end of the term due to Customers material breach, CNW will bill and Customer will be responsible to pay an early termination charge as liquidated damages, and not a penalty. Early termination charges are the greater of the following: a) billing period base charge times the number of billing periods remaining in the term or b) average of the prior three billing periods' maintenance billing times the number of billing periods remaining in the term. 13. Indemnity: Customer shall indemnify, save and hold CNW, its affiliates, officers, directors, shareholders, employees, agents and representatives and their successors and assigns harmless from and against any liability, loss, cost, expense or damage whatsoever caused by reason of any breach of this Agreement by Customer or by reason of any injury whether to body, property, business, character or reputation sustained by CNW Parties or to any other person by reason of any act, neglect, omission or default by Customer. Customer shall defend any action to which this indemnity shall apply. In the event Customer fails to defend such action CNW may do so and recover from Customer in addition, all costs and expenses, including, without limitation, attorneys fees and disbursements, incurred by CNW in connection with actions taken by CNW or its representatives (1) to enforce any provision of this Agreement; (II) to affect any payments or collections provided for herein; (III) to institute, maintain, preserve enforce, and foreclose on CNW's security interest in or lien on the goods, whether through judicial proceedings or otherwise: or (IV) to defend or prosecute any proceedings arising out of or relating to any CNW transactions with Customer. The foregoing provisions of this Paragraph shall survive the termination or expiration of this Agreement, 14. Full Agreement: This Agreement, along with all schedules, attachments, and supporting documents, constitutes the entire agreement between the parties pertaining to the subject matter hereof and supersedes all prior agreements, understandings, negotiations and discussions, whether oral or written, of the parties; and may not be added to, modified, supplemented or waived in any way except in writing signed by both parties (other than pricing changes provided for herein). 15. Successors and Assigns; Termination: This Agreement shall be binding on the parties hereto, their heirs, successors, and assigns. However, Customer may not assign this Agreement without the consent of CNW. 16. Separability of Provisions: Each provision of this Agreement shall be considered separable, and, if for any reason any provision that is not essential to the effectuation of the basic purposes of this Agreement is determined to be invalid and contrary to any existing or future law, such invalidity shall not impair the operation of or affect those provisions of this Agreement that are valid. 17. Counterparts and Facsimile Signatures: This Agreement may be executed in several counterparts, each of which shall be deemed to be an original and all of which together shall constitute one Agreement binding on all parties hereto, notwithstanding that all the parties have not signed the same counterpart. A faxed, emailed, or electronic signature of this Agreement beading authorized signatures may be treated as an original. 18. WAIVER OF JURY TRIAL: ALL PARTIES HERETO HEREBY IRREVOCABLY WAIVE (a) THE RIGHT TO TRIAL BY JURY; AND (b) THE RIGHT TO INTERPOSE ANY AND ALL COUNTERCLAIMS IN ANY ACTION, PROCEEDING OR CLAIM ARISING OUT OF OR PERTAINING TO THIS AGREEMENT. 19. Jurisdiction: All parties hereby consent and voluntarily submit to personal jurisdiction in the Stale of Washington and in the courts in such State located in King County in any proceeding arising out of or relating to this Agreement 20. Hold Harmless: In no event shall CNW be liable for any damages whatsoever, including without limitation, special, incidental, consequential, or indirect damages for personal injury, loss of business profits, business interruption, and loss of business information arising out of or an inability to use this product CNW is not liable for any claim made by a third party or made by Customer for a third party. 21. Force Majeure: CNW shall not be liable to Customer for any failure or delay cause by events beyond CNW's control, including, without limitation. Customers failure to furnish necessary information; sabotage; failure or delays in transportation or communication; boycotts; embargoes; failures or substitutions of equipment; labor disputes; accidents; shortages of labor, fuel, raw materials, machinery, or equipment; technical failures; fire; storm; flood; earthquake; explosion; acts of the public enemy; war; insurrection; not; public disorder; epidemic; quarantine restrictions; acts of God; acts of any government or any quasi -governmental authority, instrumentally or agency. 22. NO WARRANTY: CNW DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, TECHNICAL COMPATABILITY, FITNESS FOR USE, OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. CUSTOMER AGREES THAT CNW IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR DIRECT, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE LOSS OF USE OF THE EQUIPMENT. 23. Insurance: Customer shall obtain and maintain, at its own expense, insurance relating to claims for injury and/or property damage (including commercial general liability insurance) based on its use of the equipment, goods and machinery. Customer Initials Revision 21.04 COPIERS NORTHWEST New Ideas. New Solutions. 601 Dexter Ave N Seattle, WA 98109 P: (206) 282-1200 F: (206) 282-2010 www.copiersnw.com Bill To: City Of Federal Way 33325 8th Ave Federal Way, WA 98003 Phone: (253) 835-7000 MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT Agreement Start Date: Service Term: Customer No: 103590-F Account Manager: 13im Olive Purchase Order No: Ship To: City Of Federal Way See instructions Federal Way, WA 98003 Phone: (253) 835-7000 Select One Type of Agreement Coverage: Meter: Image Allowance Overage _ Charge Monthly Minimum Charge ❑ Toner inclusive with metered charges - Includes , parts, labor, drums, fuser rollers, toner Black Usage Only $0.0087 and developer. Paper and/or staples not included. ❑ Toner exclusive with metered charges - includes labor, parts, drums, and fuser rollers. Color Paper and/or staples not included. ❑ Toner exclusive non -metered charges - includes labor and parts only. Base: TOTAL: IT Contact Email: Data Collection Agent (DCA) - We will.contact your IT department to set up a DCA PrintSmart Manager Software (IP addre for automated meter readings, automated toner shipments, and to monitor error codes for service calls as a requirement of this service agreeff-le—nt. Please refer Backup Key Op Email: to Term 8 on the reverse of this agreement for additional information. Select one billing preference from each column: List of Equipment Covered: Base Billing Overage Billing Make/Model Serial Equip ID Start Meter ❑ Monthly l Monthly ❑ Quarterly ❑ Quarterly ❑ Other* ❑ Other* '0ther Must be Approved by the Contract Billing Group Canon DX4725i ,Additional equipment is listed on Schedule A of this agreement and all terms and conditions of this agreement apply to Zany equipment listed on Schedule A or any other referenced documents that are part of this agreement. Remarks: Replaces Canon 2535 ID# GT601. Per NASPO Contracxt #140595-06619 no increases for 60 mo. Maintenance Agreement Coverage: Copiers Northwest, Inc. (CNW)'s factory trained personnel will render service on the listed equipment during regular business hours in accordance with the terms and conditions set forth on the front and reverse side of this Maintenance Agreement. This agreement begins at the time of equipment delivery or approved completed preinspection, unless otherwise specified by the "Agreement Start Date." This Agreement covers emergency calls, as well as routine preventive maintenance calls during normal business hours. Coverage period is for one year unless otherwise specified. This Agreement will automatically renew in increments of one year unless CNW is notified in writing 30 days in advance of expiration. This Agreement is non-refundable and non -transferable. The customer signature of this agreement and CNW's billing or signature of this agreement constitutes CNW and Customer's acceptance of the agreement. Changes to the original terms on the back side of this Maintenance Agreement are not valid unless initialed by an officer of Copiers Northwest. ACCEPTED BY COPIERS NORTHWEST Copiers Northwest Officer Printed Name Date Title ACCEPTED BY CUSTOMER Authorized Signature Required Date Printed Name Title Revision 21.04 COPIERS NORTHWEST New Ideas. New Solutions. 601 Dexter Ave N Seattle, WA 98109 P: (206) 282-1200 F: (206) 282-2010 www.copiersnw.com Bill To: City Of Federal Way 33325 8th Ave Federal Way, WA 98003 Phone: (253) 835-7000 MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT Agreement Start Date: Service Term: Customer No: 103590-P Account Manager: Lim Olive Purchase Order No: Ship To: City Of Federal Way See instructions Federal Way, WA 98003 Phone: (253) 835-7000 Select One Type of Agreement Coverage: _ Meter: Image Allowance Overage Charge Monthly Minimum Charge ❑ Toner inclusive with metered charges - includes, parts, labor, drums, fuser rollers, toner Black Usage Only $0.0074 and developer. Paper and/or staples not included. ❑ Toner exclusive with metered charges - includes labor , parts, drums, and fuser rollers. Color Usage Only $0.0500 Paper and/or staples not included. ❑ Toner exclusive non -metered charges - includes labor and parts only. Base: TOTAL: Data Collection Agent (DCA) - We will contact your IT department to set up a DCA IT Contact Email: PrintSmart Manager Software (IP addres for automated meter readings, automated toner shipments, and to monitor error codes for service calls as Please refer Backup Key Op Email: to Term 8 on the reverse of this agreement for additional information. Select one billing preference from each column: List of Equipment Covered: Base Billing Overage Billing Make/Model Serial Equip ID Start Meter O Monthly D Monthly ❑ Quarterly ❑ Quarterly ❑ Other* C3 Other* "Other Must be Approved by the Contract Billing Group Canon 5850 ,Additional equipment is listed on Schedule A of this agreement and all terms and conditions of this agreement apply to Zany equipment listed on Schedule A or any other referenced documents that are part of this agreement. Remarks: Replaces Canon 5250 ID# GR952. Per NASPO Contracxt #140595-06619 no increases for 60 mo. Maintenance Agreement Coverage: Copiers Northwest, Inc. (CNW)'s factory trained personnel will render service on the listed equipment during regular business hours in accordance with the terms and conditions set forth on the front and reverse side of this Maintenance Agreement. This agreement begins at the time of equipment delivery or approved completed preinspection, unless otherwise specified by the "Agreement Start Date." This Agreement covers emergency calls, as well as routine preventive maintenance calls during normal business hours. Coverage period is for one year unless otherwise specified. This Agreement will automatically renew in increments of one year unless CNW is notified in writing 30 days in advance of expiration. This Agreement is non-refundable and non -transferable. The customer signature of this agreement and CNW's billing or signature of this agreement constitutes CNW and Customer's acceptance of the agreement. Changes to the original terms on the back side of this Maintenance Agreement are not valid unless initialed by an officer of Copiers Northwest. ACCEPTED BY COPIERS NORTHWEST Copiers Northwest Officer Printed Name Date Title �r. ACCEPTED BY CUSTOMER Authorized Signature Required Printed Name Date Title Revision 21.04 COPIERS NORTHWEST New Ideas. New Solutions. 601 Dexter Ave N Seattle, WA 98109 P: (206) 282-1200 F: (206) 282-2010 www.copiersnw.com Bill To: City Of Federal Way 33325 8th Ave Federal Way, WA 98003 Phone: (253) 835-7000 MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT Agreement Start Date: Service Term: Customer No: Account Manager: Jlm Olive Purchase Order No: Ship To: City Of Federal Way See instructions Federal Way, WA 98003 Phone: (253) 835-7000 Select One Type of Agreement Coverage: Meter: Image Allowance Overage Charge Monthly Minimum Charge Toner inclusive with metered charges - includes, parts, labor, drums, fuser rollers, toner Black Usage Only $0.0090 and developer. Paper and/or staples not included. o Toner exclusive with metered charges - includes labor, parts, drums, and fuser rollers. Color Usage Only $0.0450 Paper and/or staples not included. 0 Toner exclusive non -metered charges - includes labor and parts only. Base: TOTAL: Data Collection Agent (DCA) - We will contact your IT department to set up a DCA IT Contact Email: PCIntSmdrt Mann er Software (IP addres for automated meter readings, automated toner shipments, and to monitor error codes for service calls as a requiryment of this 5erviee agreement, Please refer Backup Key Op Email: to Term 8 on the reverse of this agreement for additional information. Select one billing preference from each column: List of Equipment Covered: Base Billing Overage Billing Make/Model Serial Equip ID Start Meter El Monthly El Monthly ❑ Quarterly ❑ Quarterly ❑ Other* ❑ Other* 'Other Must be Approved by the Contract Billing Group 2 - Canon iP C265 ,Additional equipment is listed on Schedule A of this agreement and all terms and conditions of this agreement apply to any equipment listed on Schedule A or any other referenced documents that are part of this agreement. Remarks: Replaces 2 - Canon 7260's ID# GR954 and GP443. Per NASPO Contracxt #140595-06619 no increases for 60 mo. Maintenance Agreement Coverage: Copiers Northwest, Inc. (CNW)'s factory trained personnel will render service on the listed equipment during regular business hours in accordance with the terms and conditions set forth on the front and reverse side of this Maintenance Agreement. This agreement begins at the time of equipment delivery or approved completed preinspection, unless otherwise specified by the "Agreement Start Date." This Agreement covers emergency calls, as well as routine preventive maintenance calls during normal business hours. Coverage period is for one year unless otherwise specified. This Agreement will automatically renew in increments of one year unless CNW is notified in writing 30 days in advance of expiration. This Agreement is non-refundable and non -transferable. The customer signature of this agreement and CNW's billing or signature of this agreement constitutes CNW and Customer's acceptance of the agreement. Changes to the original terms on the back side of this Maintenance Agreement are not valid unless initialed by an officer of Copiers Northwest. ACCEPTED BY COPIERS NORTHWEST Copiers Northwest Officer Printed Name Date Title ACCEPTED BY CUSTOMER Authorized Signature Required Date Printed Name Title Revision 21.04 7f COUNCIL MEETING DATE: August 9, 2022 ITEM #: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL SUBJECT: 2022 STORM PIPE REPAIR PROJECT BID AWARD POLICY QUESTION: Should the Council award the 2022 Storm Pipe Repair Project to the lowest responsive, responsible bidder? COMMITTEE: Land Use and Transportation Committee MEETING DATE: August 1, 2022 CATEGORY: ® Consent ❑ Ordinance ❑ Public Hearing ❑ City Council Business ❑ Resolution ❑ Other STAFF REPORT BY: Omar Barron, PE, Senior Capital Engineer VLf DEPT: Public Works Attachments: 1. Land Use and Transportation Committee memorandum dated August 1, 2022. 2. Bid Tabulation Options Considered: 1. Award the 2022 Storm Pipe Repair Project to Road Construction Northwest, Inc., in the amount of $310,663.00, approve a contingency of $31,066.30 for a maximum contract amount of $341,729.30, authorize the transfer of $100,000 from the SWM Small CIP project (Project #34211) to the project (Project #34288), and authorize the Mayor to execute the contract. 2. Reject all bids and direct staff to rebid the project and return to the Committee for further action. MAYOR'S RECOMMENDATION: The Mayor recommends forwarding Option 1 to the August 9, 2022 City Council Consent Agenda for approval. MAYOR APPROVAL: h DIRECTOR APPROVAL: 7�Z71x� Ce iucc CALnu �� Insnallpatc inat. Iflxac InibalMate COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: 1 move to forward Option I to the August 9, 2022 consent agenda for approval. it JAkAValsh, Committee Member Hoan;~ Trari, Committee Member PROPOSED COUNCIL MOTION: "I mom to award the 2022 Storm Pipe Repair Project to Road Construction Northwest, Inc., in the amount of $310, 663.00, approve a contingency of $31, 066.30 for a maximum contract amount of $341, 729.30, authorize the transfer of $100, 000 from the SWM Small CIP project (Project #34211) to the project (Project 434288), and authorize the Mayor to execute the contract. " (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: ❑ APPROVED COUNCIL BILL # ❑ DENIED First reading ❑ TABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION Enactment reading ❑ MOVED TO SECOND READING (ordinances only) ORDINANCE # REVISED — 1/2022 RESOLUTION # CITY OF FEDERAL WAY MEMORANDUM DATE: August 1, 2022 TO: Land Use & Transportation Committee VIA: Jim Ferrell, Mayor �` FROM•' EJ Walsh, P.E., Public Works Directory/"' Omar Barron, P.E., Senior Capital Engineer�— SUBJECT: 2022 Storm Pipe Repair Project Bid Award Financial Impacts: The cost to the City for the 2022 Storm Pipe Repair Project was included within the approved budget under Fund 304, Project 288 Annual Pipe Rehabilitation Program (Project #34288). Upon completion of the 2022 Storm Pipe Repair Project, ongoing costs associated with operations & maintenance of infrastructure will be performed and funded through Surface Water Maintenance which is reviewed and adjusted as required during the budget process. Background Information: Two bids for the project were received and opened on July 14, 2022. The Bid Tabulation summary is attached. Based on the funds available, Public Works staff recommends the award of the Base Bid Schedule A & alternative Bid Schedule B. The lowest responsive, responsible bidder for these two schedules is Road Construction Northwest, Inc., with a bid of $310,663.00. Financial Summarv: Estimated Expenditures Design Construction Contract Contingency (10%) Construction Management & Inspection (+/- 12%) TOTAL PROJECT COSTS $ 29,000.00 $ 310,663.00 $ 31,066.30 $ 43.000.00 $ 413,729.30 Available Funding SWM User Fees $ 317,000.00 SWM User Fees (Transfer from Project #34111-SWM Small CIP) $ 100,000.00 TOTAL PROJECT FUNDS $ 417,000.00 Rev 6/2020 2022 STORM PIPE REPAIR PROJECT #34288 BID OPENING DATE: July 14, 2022 Vendor Name -> Location -> Engineer Estimate Bltl i Road Construction NW Bid 2 B&B Utilities & Excavating, LLC Item !SCHEDULE A - BASE BID (SITES Al THROUGH A6) Amount Unit Price Total Price Total Prise TOW Al (Mobilization 1 LS 59.140.00 S9.14000 $14,000.00 $14.000.00 $12,400.001 S12.400.00 A2 (Minor Change 1 FA $1,000.00 $1,000.00 $1,000.00 $1,000.00 S1.000,001 $1.000.00 A3 (Project Temporary Traffic Control 1 LS $28,000.00 $28,000.00 $50,000.00 $50.000.Oq $30,0D0-0D S30.000.00 A4 .Sawcuttin 40 LF $35.00 $1,400.00 $50.00 $2.000.00 $t0 00 $400.00 AS Roadway Excavation Incl. Haul 7 CY $150.00 S1,060.00 S80.00 $560.00 S300.00 $2.100.00 Afi french Safety System 1 LS S2,500.00 52,WGIIID S1,000,00 $1.000.00 S13A00.00 $13,900.00 A7 HMA for Pavement Repair Cl. 1/2", PG 58H -22 20 TN $350.00 $7,000.00 $450.00 $9,000.00 S300,00 $6,000.00 AB Hi h-Density Polyethyiene(H DPE) Pipd,15.1m Din. 24 LF $250.00 $6,000.00 WROO $9.600.00 S40000 $9,600.00 A9 1 High -Density Polyethylene (HDPE) Pipe, 12 In. Dia. 6 LF S300 00 $1.800.00 $300.00 $1.800.00 $200.110 $1,200.00 A10 High-Denslty Polyeth lone IHDPEI Pipe, 8In. Dia. 57 LF $200.00 511 400.09 $200,00 $11,400.00 5100.00 $5,700.00 A11 Ductile Iron Storm Sewer Pipe, 12 In. Dia. 12 LF $350 00 $4.200.00 $650.00 $7,800.00 S200.00 $2,400.00 Al2 Ductile Iron Storm Sewer Pipe, 81n, Dia. 4 LF S500 00 $2.000.00 $550.00 $2,200.00 5225.00 S9OO.00 A13 Connection to Existing Storm Drain Pipe 13 EA S750,00 $9.750.00 $1,000.00 $13,000.011 $2,0 0.00 $26.000,00 A14 Connection to Drainage Structure 2 EA $500,00 $1,000.00 $2.000,00 S4.000.00 S2,500.DD $5.000.00 A15 ErosionJWater Pollution Control 1 LS $2,500.00 $2,500.00 S2.750.00 $2.750.00 S1,000.00 $1,000.00 A16 Property Restoration 1 FA $1,000.00 $1,008.60 S1,000.00 $1,000.00 51'000.88 $1.000.00 A17 Cement Conc, Traffic Curb and Gutter 54 LF $120.00 S6.480.00 $106.00 $5.724.00 $5000 $2,700.00 Alb Cement Conc. Driveway E ntra nce Type Residential 12 SY S110.00 51,320.00 $150.00 $1,800.00 $350.00 $4,200.00 A19 Mountable Cement Conc. Curb 10 LF S225.00 52.250.00 $71.00 $710.00 $100.00 $1,000 00 A20 Cement Conc- Sidewalk 4 SY S500 00 $2.000,00 $103.00 S412.00 5250.00 $1,000.00 A21 Paint Line 10 LF 575.00 $750.00 $60.00 5600.DO 5100.D0 Si3OOD.00 SUBTOTAL CH -B SE BID 102, .0 Sid0,358.00 128.400.08 !SCHEDULE B - ALTERNATE 1 (SITES Ell THROUGH B5) B1 (Mobilization 1 LS $12,341.50 $12,341.50 617,1100,80 $17.000.00 S1.7,e50.W $17,850.00 B2 Minor Change 1 FA 11,000.00 $11000.00 $1,000.00 $1,000.00 $1'000.00 $1,000.00 E13 ProjectTemporary Traffic Control 1 LS $20,D00.00 S20,000.00 S47,000.00 S47.000.00 S30,000.00 $30,000.00 B4 Sawcuttin 54 LF $35,00 $1,B90.DO $50.00 $2,700.00 $10.00 $540.00 B5 ClearIng and Grubbing 1 LS 514,000.00 $14,000.00 S6.000.00 $6,000.00 $30,700.00 $30,70605 86 (Roadway Excavation Incl. Haul 12 CY $150.00 $1,aD0.00 $80,00 $960.00 $300 00 $3.600.00 B7 'French Safety System 1 LS $1 800.00 SI,800.DO $1,000.00 $1,000.00 $10-.0 0A0 S10,000.00 BE IHMA for Pavement Repair Cl. 1/2", PG 58H -22 31 TN $350,00 S113,B50 0 $450.00 $13,95D.00 $300 00 S9,3100.00 B9 High -Density Payethylene jHpPE Pipe, 121n. Dia. 105 LF S180.00 $1B,900.0 $200.0D $21,000.0 32D0.00 $21,000.00 010 High-Densi Pal "IFIeF iFIDPE; Plpe, sin. Dia. 52 LF S21111,03 S10,400.00 $225.00 $11,700,00 $100.00 $5.200.00 B11 (Ductile Iron Storm Sewer Pipe, 12 In. Dia. 111 LF S250.00 527,750.0 5227.oD $25,197.00 S20ROD $22.200.00 B12 Connection to EyAtiinp Storm Drain Pipe 4 EA 1 $800.00 $3,200,00 $1,000.00 S4,OOD,OO 52,DOO.DO S8,000.00 1113 Catch Basin Type l 2 EA S2,000.00 K000.00 $1,0000D S2,0o0.00 S5,000.00 $1Q000.00 B14 .Adjust Valve Box 2 EA S750.00 $1.500.00 $750.00 S1,500.00 5750.00 S1,500.00 815 Connection toDrainage Structure 5 EA S400,00 SZ,OOD.O $2,000.DD $10,000.00 $2,500.00 $12,500.DO B16 Erosion/Water Pollution Control 1 LS $2,500.00 S2,50D.00 $1,300.00 51,300.00 $i,DDO.00 ST000.00 B17 Property Restoration 1 FA $i,000.00 $1,800.00 $1.000.00 $i.000.00 $1,000.00 $1,000.00 131E Sod Lawn, I ncl. 4 l n. Topsoil 17 SY S65-001 51,105.00 S30.00 $510. DO $200.00 S3,4DD.D.O B19 Quarry Spalls 2 CY $350.00 $7 D000 5225rOOl S450,00 S200.00 S40D.00 B20 Plastic Crosswalk Line 34 1 SF S30.00 51,02D.90 sbu.UU1 $2.040.00 $50001 $1,700.00 SUBTOTAL SCHEDULE B - ALTERNATE 1 $137.756.50 $170,307,00 $190.890.00 SCHEDULE C - ALTERNATE 2 (SITES Cl THROUGH CS) C1 Mobilization 1 LS 56.581.50 S6.581.50 S12,000.00 $12,000.00. $8,000.00 $B.000.00 C2 Minor Change 1 FA $1,500.00 $1,600.00 $1,500.00 $1,500.00 31.500.00 $1,600.00 C3 Project Temporary Traffic Control 1 LS S18,000.00 $18.00000 $40,400.00 $40,400.00 $9.1 DO.00 $9.100.00 G4 Sawcutting 65 LF $35.00 S2.275.00 $50.00 S3,250.00 510.00 $650.00 CS Roadway Excavation Incl. Haul 2 CY $350.00 S700.O0 $80.00 S1fi0.00 S300.00 $600.00 C6 Trench Safety System 1 LS S1,500.00 St.500.OD 51.000.00 S1.000.00 $5.DOO.00 $5.000.00 C7 IHMA for Pavement Repair C. 1/2", PG 58H -22 10 TN S350.00 53,500.00 S45ROO 54,500 00 S300 00 $3,000,00 CS Hlgh-Density Polyethylene }LOPE Pipe, 36In. Dla. 6 LF $800.00 S4.800.00 $1,0013,00 S6,000.00 $350.00 $2,100.00 C9 Hlgh-Density Polyethylrnr HDPE) Pipe. 12 In. DIP- 82 LF $210,001 S17.220.00 $375,00 S30,750.00 S200.00 $16,400.0 C10 Connertlon to Ewting Storm Draln Pipe 10 EA S750.0131 $7.500.00 $1,000,00 $10,00000 52.000.00 W.000.00 C11 Connection to Drainage Structure 2 EA S400,00 SBOO.00 $2,000.00 S4 000.00 $2,500,011 $5.000.00 C12 (Erosion/Water Pollution Control 1 LS $2.500, 00 $2,500.00 $2,500.00 S2,500.00 S1,000.00 S1.000.00 C13 Cement Conc. Traffic Cu rb a nd G utter 34 LF $145.00 S4,930.00 S106.00 S3.60400 850.00 $1.700.00 C14 Cement Conc. Driveway Entrance Type Residential 19 SY $110.00 52,000-011 S150.00 S2.850.00 535000 $6,650.00 C15 (Monument Case, Cover, and Pipe 1 EA $3,000.00 $3,000.00 $3.800 00 S3.800 DO $3.000.00 $3,000.00 C16 Cement Conc. Sidewalk 13 SY 5220,00 S2,e&O 00 S103 00 $1.339 00 S250.00 $3,250 00 SUBTOTAL SCHEDULE C - ALTERNATE 2 $ 9,756.60 5127.653AO $80,950.00 TOTAL: AWARD PREFERENCE 1 (A+B+C) $320,053.00 $438,316.00 $406,240.00 TOTAL: AWARD PREFERENCE 2 A+8) $240,296.50 $3i0,553.00 $319,290.00 TOTAL: AWARD PREFERENCE 3 A 'CIO 2,540.DO $140.356.00 5128,400.00 Page 1 of 1 COUNCIL MEETING DATE: August 9, 2022 ITEM #: 7g CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL SUBJECT: 27Ta AVE SW AT SW 344T" ST COMPACT ROUNDABOUT 30% DESIGN REPORT POLICY QUESTION: Should the City Council authorize staff to proceed with design of the 27 h Ave SW at 344 h St Compact Roundabout and return to LUTC and Council at 85% design completion for further reports and authorization? COMMITTEE: Land Use and Transportation Committee MEETING DATE: August 1, 2022 CATEGORY: ® Consent ❑ Ordinance ❑ Public Hearing ❑ City Council Business ❑ Resolution ❑ Other STAFF REPORT BY: Omar Barron, P.E., Senior Capital Engineer V,-,e DEPT: Public Works Attachments: 1. Land Use & Transportation Committee memo dated August 1, 2022 Options Considered: 1. Authorize staff to proceed with design of the 271h Ave SW at SW 3441h St Compact Roundabout and return to LUTC and Council at 85% design completion for further reports and authorization. 2. Do not authorize staff to proceed with design and provide direction to staff. MAYOR'S RECOMMENDATION: The mayor recommends forwarding Option 1 to the August 9, 2022 City Council Consent Agenda for approval. MAYOR APPROV DIRECTOR APPROVAL: 05U -llrl(aa InitlaUDate COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: I move to forward Option I to the August 9, 2022 consent agenda for approval. i a , - Dove , Coalit e Chair /IJm< Walsh. Committee Member Hoang Tran. Canlnlittee ember PROPOSED COUNCIL MOTION: "I nlAve to authorize staff to proceed with design of the 27`" Ave SW at 344" St Compact Roundabout and return to L UTC and Council at 85% design completion for further reports and authorization. " (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERKS OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: ❑ APPROVED COUNCIL BILL # ❑ DENIED First reading ❑ TABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION Enactment reading ❑ MOVED TO SECOND READING (ordinances only) ORDINANCE # REVISED— 1/2022 RESOLUTION # CITY OF FEDERAL WAY MEMORANDUM DATE: August 1, 2022 TO: Land Use & Transportation Committee VIA: Jim Ferrell, Mayor l/ FROM: EJ Walsh, PE, Public Works Director Omar Barron, PE, Senior Capital Engineer v(b+•r�— SUBJECT: 27`h Ave SW at SW 3441h St Compact Roundabout 30% Design Report FINANCIAL IMPACTS: The cost to the City for the 27th Ave SW at SW 344th St Compact Roundabout was included within the approved budget under Public Works Department Capital Project #36232. This item is funded by a $710,000 federal Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) grant and $15,000 in REET funds. Upon completion of the project, future costs will be funded through streets maintenance. Funding requirements for operations and maintenance of infrastructure are reviewed and adjusted as needed during the budget process. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: The primary purpose of this project is to increase safety at the intersection of 27th Ave SW and SW 344th St. This project will control vehicle speeds, add street lighting, and construct ADA- compliant crossings for pedestrians on each leg of the intersection. Minor modifications to the existing storm drainage system will be implemented to control stormwater flows through the new configuration of the intersection. Progress made to date: • Topographic Survey complete • Project design to 30% Ongoing tasks include: • Preliminary project contract specifications • Project design to 85% • Environmental document approval FINANCIAL SUMMARY: PROJECT ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES: Design $ 170,000 Construction Contract $ 690,000 Construction Contingency (+/- 15%) $ 103,000 ,Construction Management & Inspection $ 107,000 TOTAL ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES $1,070,000 Rev. 6/2020 August 1, 2022 Land Use and Transportation Committee 27'h Ave SW at SW 344t' St Compact Roundabout 30% Design Report Page 2 AVAILABLE FUNDING: Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) grant (federal) $710,000 REET $ 15,000 TOTAL AVAILABLE FUNDING $725,000 Costs will be refined as the design proceeds. 7h COUNCIL MEETING DATE: August 9, 2022 ITEM #: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL SUBJECT: REDONDO CREEK CULVERT REPLACEMENT 30% DESIGN REPORT POLICY QUESTION: Should the City Council authorize staff to proceed with design of the Redondo Creek Culvert Replacement and return to LUTC and Council at 85% design completion for further reports and authorization? COMMITTEE: Land Use and Transportation Committee MEETING DATE: August 1, 2022 CATEGORY: ® Consent ❑ Ordinance ❑ Public Hearing ❑ City Council Business ❑ Resolution ❑ Other STAFF REPORT BY: Kent Smith, P.E., Sound Transit Liaison DEPT: Public Works Attachments: LUTC Memo dated August 1, 2022 Options Considered: 1. Authorize staff to proceed with design of the Redondo Creek Culvert Replacement and return to LUTC and Council at 85% design completion for further reports and authorization. 2. Do not authorize staff to proceed with this project and provide direction to staff. MAYOR'S RECOMMENDATION: The Mayor recommends forwarding Option 1 to the August 9, 2022 City Council consent agenda for approval. MAYOR APPROVAL:( _le,*" 7 DIRECTOR APPROVAL: Initial/Date COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: I move to forward Option 1 to the August 9, 2022 consent agenda for approval. Chair JaciV. alsh, Committee Member Hoang Tran, 'ommittee-klember PROPOSED COUNCIL MOTION: "I )nrYvLl to authorize staff to proceed with design of the Redondo Creek Culvert Replacement and return to the LUTC and Council at 85% design completion for further reports and authorization. " (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: ❑ APPROVED COUNCIL BILL # ❑ DENIED First reading ❑ TABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION Enactment reading ❑ MOVED TO SECOND READING (ordinances only) ORDINANCE # REVISED — 11 /2019 RESOLUTION # CITY OF FEDERAL WAY MEMORANDUM DATE: August 1, 2022 TO: Land Use & Transportation Committee VIA: Jim Ferrell, Mayor FROM: EJ Walsh, A.E., Public Works Director Kent Smith, P.E., Sound Transit Liaison � SUBJECT: Redondo Creek Culvert Replacement 30 fo Design Report Financial Impacts: The cost to the City for the Redondo Creek Culvert Replacement was included within the approved budget under the Public Works Department, Capital Project #34293. In accordance with the approved budget, this item is funded by Storm Water Management (SWM) User Fees. Additional funds are in the proposed 2023 SWM Capital Budget. Upon completion of the project, ongoing costs associated with operations and maintenance will be performed and funded through SWM maintenance. Funding requirements for operations and maintenance of infrastructure is reviewed and adjusted as required during the budget process. Background Information: This project proposes to replace a failed culvert along a portion of Redondo Creek near 161h Ave S with a fish -passable culvert and provide stream riparian restoration upstream and downstream as necessary. This project also supports completion of the Pacific Highway Non -Motorized Trail Phase 2. The following provides a brief synopsis of the progress on this project to date. Currently the project design is approximately 30% complete, which includes the following completed tasks: ■ Topographic Survey • Draft Critical Areas Assessment • Project Design to 30% Ongoing tasks include: • Utility Coordination Preliminary Contract Specifications Project Design to 85% Proiect Estimate(] Ctnenditures: Design $300,000 Construction Cost $570,000 Construction Contingency $ 57,000 Construction Management & Inspection $173,000 Total Estimated Expenditures $1,100,000 Project Available Funding: SWM User Fees (2022 approved budget) $300,000 SWM User Fees (2023 proposed budget) $850,000 Total Available Funding $1,1500,000 Project costs will be further refined and evaluated as the design proceeds. Rev. 6/2019 7i COUNCIL MEETING DATE: August 9, 2022 ITEM #: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL SUBJECT: 2022 NEIGHBORHOOD TRAFFIC SAFETY (NTS) PROGRAM REVISIONS POLICY QUESTION: Should the Council approve the proposed revisions to the Neighborhood Traffic Safety Program? COMMITTEE: Land Use and Transportation MEETING DATE: August 1, 2022 CATEGORY: N Consent ❑ Ordinance ❑ Public Hearing ❑ City Council Business ❑ Resolution ❑ Other STAFF REPORT BY: Jason Kennedy, Sr. Traffic Engineers � DEPT: Public Works Attachments: 1. Staff Report Memo Options Considered: 1. Approve the proposed revisions to the Neighborhood Traffic Safety Program 2. Do not approve the proposed revisions to the Neighborhood Traffic Safety Program and provide direction to staff. MAYOR APPROVAL: DIRECTOR APPROVAL: 117,-71d InitiaMate MAYOR'S RECOMMENDATION: The mayor recommends forwarding Option I to the August 9, 2022, City Council Consent Agenda for approval. COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: I move to forward the proposed Option 1, approval of the proposed revisions to the Neighborhood Traffic Safety Program, to the August 9, 2022, consent agenda for approval. Chair Jack halsh. Committee Member Haan Tran, Committee Member P-)Z iPOSED COUNCIL MOTION: `7 Wove approval of the proposed Option 1, approve the proposed revisions to the Neighborhood Traffic Safety Program. " (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: ❑ APPROVED COUNCIL BILL # ❑ DENIED First reading ❑ TABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION Enactment reading ❑ MOVED TO SECOND READING (ordinances only) ORDINANCE # REVISED— 1/2022 RESOLUTION 4 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY MEMORANDUM DATE: August 1, 2022 TO: Land Use & Transportation Committee VIA: Jim Ferrell, Mayor EJ Walsh, P.E., Public Works Director FROM: Jason Kennedy, Senior Traffic Engineer 5�pt SUBJECT: 2022 Neighborhood Traffic Safety (NTS) Program Revisions Financial Impacts: The currently allocated NTS budget is $50,000 per year with $20,000 designated specifically for school NTS and/or school safety related improvements. If approved, the proposed revisions to the NTS Program Ma y result in an increase in NTS requests, which would likely result in an increase in staff time and department resources needed to respond the additional requests. These additional demands on staff time and resources will be addressed in the 2023-2024 budget process. Backeround Information: In the Spring of 2022, the City Council requested the Public Works Department review the NTS Program and develop revisions that would increase funding for projects to match need and construction cost increases. Public Works staff was also completing a review of the program to improve equity of the program and increase opportunities for all residents to access this program and update technical requirements and criteria. Public Works Staff worked in conjunction with the Community Development's Diversity Equity Inclusion Analyst to develop the proposed revisions. After reviewing the City's current NTS program, Public Works Traffic Division Staff conducted a review of similar programs from around the State of Washington and the United States to learn how other jurisdictions conduct their programs. Traffic Staff then presented the proposed revisions to the City/Korean Quarterly Meeting in June and the City's Diversity Commission in July to communicate the changes, answer questions and listen to feedback provided. Proposal: Option I was developed to propose revisions to the NTS Program that address equity/accessibility issues, as well as address engineering/technical improvements. Option 1 Revisions to NTS Program This option would propose the following major revisions to the NTS program: Summary of Proposed Neighborhood Traffic Safety Program Revisions Description Current Process Proposed Process Update/Change Traffic Study — for Petition signed by at least ten (10) Phone call, letter, or email to complete speed management residents in the affected area. initial speed study / traffic counts. measures* request Eligibility for speed Resulting score from traffic study is Documented 90-days of targeted management at least a 3.0. enforcement and education showing no measures* seed reduction AND resulting score Rev 6/2020 August 1, 2022 Land Use and Transportation Committee 2022 Neighborhood Traffic Safety Program Revisions Pa.ge 2 from traffic study is at least a 3.0. Technical Criteria Speed, Volume, Location (by schools Speed, Volume, Location (by schools or parks), Collisions or parks), Collisions, Existing Sidewalk / walking path. Implementation / First come, first served. Once per year, all eligible projects will Construction of be ranked in order of severity and speed management implemented within available funding. measures* Geographic equity will be considered when prioritizing projects. Vertical Deflection Allowed on all road types defined in Not allowed on principal collectors Measures program without Director approval Neighborhood Neighborhood (school enrollment Neighborhood (school enrollment area) Restrictions area) can receive maximum of cannot receive more than 1 speed $15,000 worth of speed management management project every three (3) projects in one ear years *speed hump or other physical improvement including traffic circles or curbing. Option 2 —No Action This option would not revise the NTS Program and it would remain in its current condition. The Traffic Division staff is recommending Option 1. Summary of Feedback Feedback from presentations at the Korean Quarterly Meeting and Diversity Commission was supportive of the proposed program changes. Request was made to ensure that this program is being shared with all community groups. Outreach Plans Once approved by council, staff will develop a user-friendly brochure, have it translated to four major languages, and shared at various community meetings and events. cc Project File encl 2022 NTS Program Policy with Proposed Changes CITY OF Federal Way Neighborhood Traffic Safety (NTS) Program Existing residential neighborhoods in the City of Federal Way may be considered for the NTS program in order to control traffic speeds, reduce cut -through traffic and improve documented pedestrian, bicycle, and vehicular safety issues. Neighborhoods are defined by elementary school attendance areas. The NTS program should not be confused with other City processes required of new subdivisions or commercial developments. The NTS process can be initiated through any of the following ways: 1. Resident request / complaint 2. Police Department request 3. Public Works Traffic Division data analysis 4. Other Once a resident request or complaint about speeding or cut -through traffic is received by the City, a traffic study is conducted to see if the program's technical criteria (severity score) are met. The City considers five criteria to qualify a street for traffic calming devices: a) Majority Speed: The 851h percentile speed averaged for both directions. b) Volume: The Average Daily Traffic total of both directions. c) Location: Half a point is given for streets fronting parks, schools, or designated school crossings. d) Collisions: A five-year reported collision history (frequency and severity) is investigated for collisions that may be correctable by traffic calming devices. e) Sidewalk: Half a point is given streets that do not have sidewalk on either side of the street. The NTS program consists of three phases (the three E's) in the following order: 1) Education, 2) Enforcement, and then 3) Engineering. I) Education: The education phase is intended to increase neighborhood awareness of local speeding issues. In many cases, a handful of speeders are known to the neighborhood and could use a reminder to change their driving behavior. A neighborhood watch program may be launched that could use the following tools: • Include a general article in your homeowner association's (HOA) and/or local school newsletters to remind residents about the importance of obeying speed limits, and to warn residents to be on the watch for speeding traffic. In many cases, the driver is unintentionally speeding and a friendly reminder would be effective. • Contact the Police Department at 253.835.6775 to request placement of a speed trailer (speed reader board) in your neighborhood. Depending on the location and driver population, this device may change driver behavior for an indefinite time period. Volunteers willing to help the Police Department are always appreciated; please call 253.835.6730 if interested in volunteering in this program. • Form a speed watch group to document incidents of speeding. Be sure to include any vehicle information: colors, makes, models, license numbers, and the dates and times they pass through a specific location. This information, when compiled for several weeks, should then be submitted to a selected speed watch program manager. Several reports of speeding for the same vehicle should then be reported to the Police Department for enforcement so that officers may more effectively target locations at specific times for emphases patrol. II) Enforcement: The second phase of the NTS program is targeted enforcement. It may take some drivers a more drastic method (speeding tickets) to change their driving behavior. This usually works for local residential speeds with minimum cut -through traffic At least 90 days of education and targeted enforcement must be conducted AND the project meets minimum score of 3.0 points before the project will proceed to the next phase (Phase III — Engineering). III) Engineering: In some cases, education and enforcement alone may not address the issues of excessive speeding, cut -through traffic, or pedestrian/vehicle safety concerns. The third phase of the NTS program is engineering, The engineering phase allows for the installation of traffic calming devices such as speed humps, speed tables, raised crosswalks, traffic circles, chicanes, signing, pavement marking, or other approved devices. These devices shall only be installed when the following general conditions and criteria are met: A- General Conditions: 1. Less restrictive means of controlling speed (Education and Enforcement) have been attempted without success. 2. The proposed devices may be installed on residential streets functionally classified as local or minor collector. Some devices that do not severely delay emergency vehicles, such as speed tables or roundabouts, may be permitted on principal collectors as long as the posted speed limit does not exceed 30 mph. Vertical deflection devices are not permitted on principal collectors or arterials, without Public Works Director approval. 3. No devices shall be installed within 600 feet of a traffic signal or 250 feet of a stop sign, as measured along the major roadway movement. 4. For vertical deflection devices, no adverse street characteristics exist, such as steep grades in excess of 8%. In all cases, sight distance standards must be met. Storm drainage problems created by the installation of the proposed devices can be adequately addressed. 5. Each neighborhood (elementary school enrollment area) may receive traffic calming devices once every three years. If a neighborhood submits requests for additional projects within the 3 year window, the neighborhood may form a Local Improvement District (LID) to fund the additional projects. 6. The City will not fund the installation of traffic calming devices in cul-de-sacs that are less than 600 feet long. 13- Installation Process and Criteria Depending on roadway functional classification, each criterion is scored on a scale of 0.0 to 3.0 points as shown in Tables 1 through 4 below. The total severity score is added for each category for a maximum 16.0 points. A three point minimum severity score is needed to continue with the program regardless of how the points were collected: Table 1 Local Residential Street NTS Criteria Point Scale 85th Percentile Seed Average Daily Traffic ADT Location School/ParkTotal 5-Year Collision History Injury Fatal 0.0 0 - 25 0 - 500 No 7No 10.5 26-27 501 -600 Yes 2 - 1.0 28 - 29 601 - 700 - - 3 1 1.5 30 - 31 701 - 800 - - 4 - 2.0 32 - 33 801 - 900 - - 5 2 1 2.5 34 - 35 901 - 1,000 - - 6 - - 3.0 36+ 1,001+ - - 7+ 3+ 2+ Table 2 Minor Collector Street NTS Criteria Point Scale 85th Percentile Seed Average Daily Traffic (ADT) Location School/Park Sidewalk 5-Year Collision History Total Injury Fatal 0.0 0 - 25 0 - 1,000 No No 1 - - 0.5 26 - 27 1,001 — 1,800 Yes Yes 2 - - 1.0 28 - 29 1,801— 2,600 - - 3 1 - 1.5 30 - 3l 2,601 — 3,400 - - 4 - - 2.0 32 - 33 3,401— 4,200 - 5 2 1 2.5 34 - 35 4,201 — 5,000 - 6 - - 3.0 36+ 5,001+ - - 7+ 3+ 2+ Table 3 Principal Collector Street NTS Criteria (2:5 inpli Sneed 1,iniits) Point Scale 85th Percentile Seed Average Daily Traffic ADT Location School/Park Sidewalk 5-Year Collision History Total Injury Fatal 0.0 0 - 25 0 - 5,000 No No 1 - - 0.5 26 - 27 5,001 - 7,000 Yes Yes 2 - - 1.0 28 - 29 7,001 - 9,000 - - 3 1 - 1.5 1 30 - 31 9,001 - 11,000 - - 4 - - 2.0 32 - 33 11,001 - 13,000 - - 5 2 1 2.5 34 - 35 13,001 - 15,000 - - 6 - - 3.0 36+ 15,001+ - - 7+ 3+ 2+ Table 4 Principal Collector Street NTS Criteria (30 mph Speech Limits) Point Scale 85th Percentile Seed Average Daily Traffic ADT Location School/Park Sidewalk 5-Year Collision History Total Injury Fatal 0.0 0 - 30 0 - 5,000 No No 1 - - 0.5 31 - 32 5,001 - 7,000 Yes Yes 2 - - 1.0 33 — 34 7,001 - 9,000 - - 3 1 - 1.5 35 — 36 9,001 - 11,000 - - 4 - - 2.0 37 — 38 11,001 - 13,000 - - 5 2 1 2.5 39 — 40 13,001 - 15,000 - - 6 - - 3.0 41+ 15,001+ - - 7+ 3+ 2+ 2) If a project does not meet the 3-point minimum severity score, the contact petitioner is informed about the study results . In such a case, additional education and enforcement would be the proposed solution. 3) If the project meets the above criteria, the City will hold a neighborhood meeting to discuss the advantages and disadvantages of various traffic calming devices and to develop a consensus solution. In addition to residents, staff from the School District, Police, and Fire Departments may also be invited. Public meetings are usually advertised by posting signs on the subject roads. 4) Ballots are sent to all properties abutting the streets and within 600 feet (measured along street centerlines) of the proposed project location. Ballots are also sent to properties where the proposed devices would be located along their sole access route as determined by the Public Works Director. Only one ballot will be issued per housing unit address. A simple majority (more than 50%) of returned ballots is necessary to carry the project forward to City Council for final approval. The ballots are only utilized to measure neighborhood project support and are advisory to Council who may modify the proposal. 5) If a ballot area extends beyond the City limits, ballot results for ballots returned from properties within the City and from outside the City will be tabulated separately and jointly for evaluation by the City Council. 6) The ballot results may be delivered to the neighborhood utilizing signs on the street or by conducting a second neighborhood meeting. 7) If a project's severity score is at least 6.0 points, staff may develop a proposal with resident input and the balloting process may be bypassed. 8) If the ballot measure passes or if the total severity score is at least 6.0 points, the proposal is presented to the Land Use and Transportation Committee (LUTC), and if passed, is then presented to the City Council for final approval. 9) If the ballot measure fails, a three-year waiting period is required to restart the process. 10) The Public Works Department will review all eligible projects once a year and rank them in order of severity and implemented within available funding. Geographic equity will be considered with prioritizing projects. C- Removal Process and Criteria Traffic calming devices may be removed when all of the following criteria are met: 1) A City prepared or approved petition signed by owners or residents representing 10 or more lots within the affected area must be submitted to the City. The affected area includes properties abutting streets within 600 feet of the existing device location, measured along street centerlines, and properties which the existing devices are located along their sole access route as determined by the Public Works Director, and 2) Property owners and residents within the affected area shall be sent a City prepared or approved ballot by first class mail. More than 50% of the returned ballots must vote affirmatively, concurring with the removal of devices. This ballot is advisory to City Council, who may modify the proposal, and 3) An adequate review period (minimum of 12 months from installation) and subsequent engineering analysis has been performed to determine the traffic characteristics along the route and the impacts to the remaining street system. Residents that have any questions regarding the NTS program may call the Public Works Department at 253.835.2700. 70 COUNCIL MEETING DATE: August 9, 2022 ITEM #: J CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL SUBJECT: GLOBAL KITCHEN LLC DBA KAY CATERING CONTRACT AMENDMENT 1 POLICY QUESTION: Should the City Council approve an amendment to the contract with Global Kitchen, LLC, dba Kay Catering to allow the City to provide funds already paid to the City for catering services to the contracted caterer on behalf of the client? COMMITTEE: FEDRAC MEETING DATE: July 26, 2022 CATEGORY: N Consent ❑ Ordinance ❑ Public Hearing ❑ City Council Business ❑ Resolution ❑ Other STAFF REPORT BY: Autumn Gressett Attachments: 1. Staff Report DEPT: Parks 2. Global Kitchen LLC dba Kay Catering Contract Amendment 1 3. Global Kitchen LLC dba Kay Catering Contract Options Considered: 1. Approve the proposed Contract Amendment. 2. Do not approve proposed Contract Amendment and provide direction to staff. MAYOR'S RECOMMENDATION: Option 1. MAYOR APPROVAL: DIRECTOR APPROVA /-074a. COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: I move to forward the proposed Dumas Bay Centre Catering Contract Amendment to the August 9, 2022, consent agenda for approval. o Com iittee lair Committee Member Committee Member PROPOSED COUNCIL MOTION: "I move approval of the proposed Dumas Bay Centre Catering Contract Amendment. " (BELOW TO BE COAIPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: ❑ APPROVED COUNCIL BILL # ❑ DENIED First reading ❑ TABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION Enactment reading ❑ MOVED TO SECOND READING (ordinances only) ORDINANCE # REVISED - 4/2019 RESOLUTION # CITY OF FEDERAL WAY MEMORANDUM DATE: July 25, 2022 TO: City Council Members VIA: Jim Ferrell, Mayor Brian Davis, Interim City Administrator FROM: Autumn Gressett, Contract Administrator SUBJECT: Dumas Bay Centre Catering Services Contract Amendment 1 Financial Impacts: This item was not included within the approved budget for the Dumas Bay Centre Catering Services. As proposed, these events will be funded by funds received for catering services from client events that were scheduled to happen prior to the onset of COVID-19 and were postponed due to the pandemic and have been or are being rescheduled. Background Information: The City solicited bids in February of 2022 for the provision of catering services at the Dumas Bay Centre and subsequently entered into a contract with Global Kitchen, LLC, dba Kay Catering as approved by Council. Events that were originally scheduled to happen prior to the onset of CQWID-19 that were postponed until now are being rescheduled. These clients have already paid the City of Federal Way for catering services given the City's previous business model of providing that service, however, we no longer provide in-house catering after the departure of the staff chef in 2021, which led to this contract. To provide a smooth transition and less confusion for the clients that have already paid for catering services as part of their event at Dumas Bay Centre, the City of Federal Way proposes amending its contract with Global Kitchen, LLC, dba Kay Catering, to provide these clients' catering services. This approach will allow a hybrid model of the direct client booking and City paid services under the original agreement, allowing the client to work directly with Kay Catering to plan the food for their event and the City to essentially pay for the services on behalf of the client since the payment for these services was already provided to the City. Rev. 7/18 CIT Federal Way CITY HALL 33325 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 ynwmw cityoffederatway. con) AMENDMENT NO. 1 TO CATERING AGREEMENT FOR DUMAS BAY CENTRE CATERING SERVICES This Amendment ("Amendment No. 1") is made between the City of Federal Way, a Washington municipal corporation ("City"), and Global Kitchen, LLC, dba Kay Catering, a Washington limited liability corporation ("Contractor"). The City and Contractor (together "Parties"), for valuable consideration and by mutual consent of the Parties, agree to amend the original Agreement for Dumas Bay Centre Catering Services ("Agreement") dated effective July 25, 2022, as follows: 1. AMENDED SERVICES. Provide catering services for client events contracted and paid for with the City (prior business model included on -staff chef and in-house catering, chef departed in 2021) prior to the onset of COVID-19 that were postponed due to the pandemic and have been or are being rescheduled. Contractor will work with these clients, as confirmed by the City in writing, to provide catering services as if they are occurring under the standard client purchasing arrangement in Exhibit A of the contract. However, for these client events only, Contractor will provide the City with an invoice for payment, including an allocation for the 10% percentage payment per the terms of the original contract, for payment by the City. 2. AMENDED COMPENSATION. The amount of compensation, as referenced by Section 4 of the Agreement, shall be amended to change the total compensation the City shall pay the Contractor and the rate or method of payment, as delineated in Exhibit B-1, attached hereto and incorporated by this reference. The Contractor agrees that any hourly or flat rate charged by it for its services contracted for herein shall remain locked at the negotiated rate(s) for the Term. Except as otherwise provided in an attached Exhibit, the Contractor shall be solely responsible for the payment of any taxes imposed by any lawful jurisdiction as a result of the performance and payment of this Agreement. 3. GENERAL PROVISIONS. All other terms and provisions of the Agreement, together with any prior amendments thereto, not modified by this Amendment, shall remain in full force and effect. Any and all acts done by either Party consistent with the authority of the Agreement, together with any prior amendments thereto, after the previous expiration date and prior to the effective date of this Amendment, are hereby ratified as having been performed under the Agreement, as modified by any prior amendments, as it existed prior to this Amendment. The provisions of Section 13 of the Agreement shall apply to and govern this Amendment. The Parties whose names appear below swear under penalty of perjury that they are authorized to enter into this Amendment, which is binding on the parties of this contract. [Signature page follows] AMENDMENT - 1 - 3/2017 Federal Way CITY HALL 33325 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 www cityoffederahvay com IN WITNESS, the Parties execute this Agreement below, effective the last date written below. CITY OF FEDERAL WAY: Jim Ferrell, Mayor DATE GLOBAL KITCHEN LLC DBA KAY CATERING: By: Printed Name: Title: Date: STATE OF WASHINGTON ) ss. COUNTY OF ) ATTEST: Stephanie Courtney, CMC, City Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: J. Ryan Call, City Attorney On this day personally appeared before me to me known to be the of that executed the foregoing instrument, and acknowledged the said instrument to be the free and voluntary act and deed of said limited liability company, for the uses and purposes therein mentioned, and on oath stated that he/she was authorized to execute said instrument. GIVEN my hand and official seal this day of 20 . Notary's signature Notary's printed name Notary Public in and for the State of Washington. My commission expires AMENDMENT -2- 3/2017 CITY of CITY HALL Federal ■ ■V■■YJ ■� 8th Avenue South Feder Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 wmv. cityoffederalway. coin EXHIBIT B-1 ADDITIONAL COMPENSATION 1. Total Compensation: In return for the Amended Services, the City shall pay the Contractor an additional amount not to exceed Seventy -Five Thousand and 00/100 Dollars ($75,000.00). The total amount payable to Contractor pursuant to the original Agreement, all previous Amendments, and this Amendment shall be an amount not to exceed Seventy -Five Thousand and 00/100 Dollars ($75,000.00). 2. Method of Compensation: In consideration of the Contractor performing the Amended Services provided for in Amendment No. 1, the City agrees to pay the Contractor an amount calculated on the basis of the agreed upon pricing sheet in Exhibit C of the original Agreement. On a monthly basis, the Contractor shall submit a voucher or invoice including a description of what Work has been performed. Contractor will provide the City a copy of the contract or invoice from the client event held pursuant to the terms of Amendment No. 1 of the contract when providing the invoice for final payment by the City. The total amount of the invoice provided shall incorporate the 10% Percentage Payment per the pricing and compensation provisions provided in Exhibit B of the original Agreement. Payment shall be made on a monthly basis by the City only after the Work has been performed and within thirty (30) days after receipt and approval by the appropriate City representative of the voucher or invoice. If the Work does not meet the requirements of this Agreement, the Contractor will correct or modify the work to comply with the Agreement. The City may withhold payment for such work until the work meets the requirements of the Agreement. AMENDMENT - 3 - 3/2017 CATERING AGREEMENT FOR DUMAS BAY CENTRE CATERING SERVICES This Catering Agreement ("Agreement") is made between the City of Federal Way, a Washington municipal corporation ("City"), and Global Kitchen LLC dba Kay Catering, a Washington limited liability corporation ("contractor"). The City and Contractor (together "Parties") are located and do business at the below addresses which shall be valid for any notice required under this Agreement: GLOBAL KITCHEN LLC dba KAY CATERING: Kay Kim 8034 36th Ave NE Seattle, WA 98115 (206) 229-5297 kay@kayeatering.com The Parties agree as follows: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY: Autumn Gressett 33325 8th Ave S Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-6914 Autumn.gressett@cityoffederalway.com 1. TERM. The tern of this Agreement shall commence upon the effective date of this Agreement, which shall be the date of mutual execution, and shall continue until April 30, 2023 ("Term"). 2. WORK. 2.1 Work. The Contractor shall provide goods, materials or services and otherwise perform the work more specifically described in Exhibit "A," attached hereto and incorporated by this reference ("Work"), performed to the City's reasonable satisfaction, within the time period prescribed by the City and pursuant to the direction of the Mayor or his or her designee. 2.2 Warranties. The Contractor warrants that it has the requisite training, skill, and experience necessary to provide the Work and is appropriately accredited and licensed by all applicable agencies and governmental entities, including but not limited to obtaining a City of Federal Way business registration. The Contractor warrants it will provide services in a manner consistent with the accepted practices for other similar services within the Puget Sound region in effect at the time those services are performed. 2.3 Tine, i_7oC11111untifi.on, and Inspection. Work shall begin immediately upon the effective date of this Agreement. Work shall be subject, at all times, to observation and inspection by and with approval of the City, but the making (or failure or delay in making) such inspection or approval shall not relieve Contractor of responsibility for performance of the Work in accordance with this Agreement, notwithstanding the City's knowledge of defective or non- complying performance, its substantiality or the ease of its discovery. - 1 - 7/2021 2.4 Clean Up. At any time ordered by the City and inunediately after completion of the Work, the Contractor shall, at its own expense, clean up and remove all refuse and unused materials of any kind resulting from the Work. In the event the Contractor fails to perfonn the necessary clean up, the City may, but in no event is it obligated to, perfonn the necessary clean up and the costs thereof shall be immediately paid by the Contractor to the City and/or the City may deduct its costs from any remaining payments due to the Contractor. 3. TE.RNFINAT[t N. Either party may terminate this Agreement, with or without cause, upon providing the other party thirty (30) days written notice at its address set forth on the signature block of this Agreement. The City may terminate this Agreement immediately if the Contractor fails to maintain required insurance policies, breaches confidentiality, or materially violates Section 12 and such may result in ineligibility for further City agreements. 4. C051PEN,SA 4.1 Amount. The Contractor agrees to pay the City a certain percentage of the Contractor's gross monthly revenue, excluding state sales tax ("Percentage Payment") according to a rate or method as delineated in Exhibit "B," attached hereto and incorporated by this reference. The Contractor agrees that any percentage rate or method used to calculate the compensation to the City shall remain locked at the negotiated rate(s) for a period of one (1) year from the effective date of this Agreement. Except as otherwise provided in Exhibit "B," the Contractor shall be solely responsible for the payment of any taxes imposed by any lawful jurisdiction as a result of the performance and payment of this Agreement. 4.2 Method of Payment. On a monthly basis, the Contractor shall submit its Percentage Payment to the City as outlined in Exhibit `B." 5. INDEMNIFICATION. 5.1 Contractor Indemn.iCtcatioa. The Contractor agrees to release indemnify, defend, and hold the City, its elected officials, officers, employees, agents, representatives, insurers, attorneys, and volunteers hal-Mless from any and all claims, demands, actions, suits, causes of action, arbitrations, mediations, proceedings, judgments, awards, injuries, damages, liabilities, taxes, losses, fines, fees, penalties expenses, attorney's fees, costs, and/err litigation expenses to or by any and all persons or entities, including, without limitation, their respective agents, licensees, or representatives, arising from, resulting from, or in connection with this Agreement or the performance of this Agreement, except for that portion of the claims caused by the City's izegligence. Contractor shall ensure that each sub -contractor shall agree to defend and indemnify the City, its elected officials, officers, employees, agents, representatives, insurers, attorneys, and volunteers to the extent and on the same teens and conditions as the Contractor pursuant to this paragraph. The City's inspection or acceptance of any of Contractor's work when completed shall not be grounds to avoid any of these covenants of indemnification. 5.2 Inclustrial [ntiurance Act luaiver. It is specifically and expressly understood that the Contractor waives any immunity that may be granted to it under the Washington State industrial insurance act, Title 51 RCW, solely for the purposes of this indemnification. Contractor's indemnification shall not be limited in any way by any limitation on the amount of damages, compensation or benefits payable to or by any third party under workers' compensation acts, - 2 - 7/2021 disability benefit acts or any other benefits acts or programs. The Parties further acknowledge that they have mutually negotiated this waiver. 5.3 City lndtmn.i[ic.ation. The City agrees to release, indemnify, defend and hold the Contractor, its officers, directors, shareholders, partners, employees, agents, representatives, and sub -contractors harmless from any and all claims, demands, actions, suits, causes of action, arbitrations, mediations, proceedings, judgments, awards, injuries, damages, liabilities, losses, fines, fees, penalties expenses, attorney's fees, costs, and/or litigation expenses to or by any and all persons or entities, including without limitation, their respective agents, licensees, or representatives, arising from, resulting from or connected with this Agreement to the extent caused by the negligent acts, errors, or omissions of the City. 5.4 Survival. The provisions of this Section shall survive the expiration or termination of this Agreement with respect to any event occurring prior to such expiration or termination. 6, INSURANCE. The Contractor agrees to carry insurance for liability which may arise from or in connection with the performance of the services or work by the Contractor, their agents, representatives, employees or subcontractors for the duration of the Agreement and thereafter with respect to any event occurring prior to such expiration or tennination as follows: 6.1. Minimultn Limits. The Contractor agrees to carry as a minimum, the following insurance, in such forms and with such carriers who have a rating that is satisfactory to the City: a. Commercial general liability insurance covering liability arising from premises, operations, independent contractors, products -completed operations, stop gap liability, personal injury, bodily injury, death, property damage, products liability, advertising injury, and liability assumed under an insured contract with limits no less than S1,000,000 for each occurrence and $1,000,000 general aggregate. b. Workers' compensation and employer's liability insurance in amounts sufficient pursuant to the laws of the State of Washington; C. Automobile liability insurance covering all owned, non -owned, hired and leased vehicles with a minimum combined single limits in the minimum amounts required to drive under Washington State law per accident for bodily injury, including personal injury or death, and property damage. 6.2, No Linlit of LiabulIitV. Contractor's maintenance of insurance as required by the agreeinent shall not be constrLlCd to 1i11111 the liability ofthC CUirtraC'ol' to the coverage provided by such insurance, or othenvise 11init the. C'ity's recourse to any rernredy available at Iaw or inequity. The Contractor's irnsuralice coverage shall be primary insurance as respect to the City. Any insurance, self-insurance, or insurance pool coverage maintained by the City shall be excess of the Contractor's insurance and shall not contribute with it. 6.3. Additional Insured, Verification. The City shall be named as additional insured on all commercial, general liability insurance policies. Concurrent with the execution of this Agreement, Contractor Shall pravido certificates of insurance for all commercial genera IlabiIity poIicics,attached 1wroTo as Ex D" and incorporated by this reference. At City's request. Contractor shall Furnish the City witil topics of all insurance policies and with evidence of payment of prenrluins or f`�-es ofisuch policies. if Contractor's irkAlranCe poliCiCq are "claims made. " Contractor shaII be required to maintain tail coverage for a minimum period of three (3) years Ifi-onn the date this Agreement is zctua.lIv tenninated or upon project completion and acceptance by the City. 3 - 7/2021 6A Survival. The provisions of this Section shall survive the expiration or termination of this Agreement. 7. CONF[RENTI.IY,ITI'. All information regarding the City obtained by Contractor in performance of this Agreement shall be considered confidential subject to applicable laws. Breach of confidentiality by the Contractor may be grounds for immediate termination. All records submitted by the City to the Contractor will be safeguarded by the Contractor. The Contractor will fully cooperate with the City in identifying, assembling, and providing records in case of any public records disclosure request. 8. WQ11K PR01)UCT. All originals and copies of work product, including plans, sketches, layouts, designs, design specifications, records, files, computer disks, magnetic media or material which may be produced or modified by Contractor while performing the Work shall belong to the City upon delivery. The Contractor shall make such data, documents, and files available to the City and shall deliver all needed or contracted for work product upon the City's request. At the expiration or termination of this Agreement, all originals and copies of any such work product remaining in the possession of Contractor shall be delivered to the City. 9. BOOKS AND RECORD.. The Contractor agrees to maintain books, records, and documents which sufficiently and properly reflect all direct and indirect costs related to the performance of the Work and maintain such accounting procedures and practices as may be deemed necessary by the City to assure proper accounting of all funds paid pursuant to this Agreement. These records shall be subject, at all reasonable times, to inspection, review or audit by the City, its authorized representative, the State Auditor, or other governmental offigials authorized by law to monitor this Agreement. 10. [N MENDENT CONTRACT-O I 1 G1IP1,0YEE CONITD I.ON'S. 10.1 i.nde 4nilen". The Parties intend that the Contractor shall be an independent contractor and that the Contractor has the ability to control and direct the performance and details of its work, the City being interested only in the results obtained under this Agreement. The City shall be neither liable nor obligated to pay Contractor sick leave, vacation pay or any other benefit of employment, nor to pay any social security, income, or other tax which may arise as an incident of employment, except as specifically provided in Section 4. Industrial or any other insurance that is purchased for the benefit of the City, regardless of whether such may provide a secondary or incidental benefit to the Contractor, shall not be deemed to convert this Agreement to an employment contract. If the Contractor is a sole proprietorship or if this Agreement is with an individual, the Contractor agrees to notify the City and complete any required form if the Contractor retired under a State of Washington retirement system and agrees to indemnify any losses the City may sustain through the Contractor's failure to do so. 10.2 Safet . Contractor shall take all necessary precautions and shall be responsible for the safety of its employees, agents, and subcontractors at the work site and in the performance of the contract work and shall utilize all protection necessary for that purpose. Contractor shall comply with all applicable provisions of federal, state and municipal safety and health laws and codes, including without limitation, all OSHA/WISHA requirements, General Safety and Health Standards (Chapter 296-24 WAC), and General Occupational Health Standards (Chapter 296-62 WAC). - 4 - 7/2021 10.3 Risk of Work. All work shall be done at Contractor's own risk, and Contractor shall be responsible for any loss of or damage to materials, tools, or other articles used or held for use in connection with the work. Even though Contractor is an independent contractor, the work must meet the approval of the City and shall be subject to the City's general right of inspection to secure satisfactory completion. 11. CONi T-LICT OF INTEREST. It is recognized that Contractor may or will be performing professional services during the Term for other parties; however, such performance of other services shall not conflict with or interfere with Contractor's ability to perform the Services. Contractor agrees to resolve any such conflicts of interest in favor of the City. Contractor confirms that Contractor does not have a business interest or a close family relationship with any City officer or employee who was, is, or will be involved in the Contractor's selection, negotiation, drafting, signing, administration, or evaluating the Contractor's performance. 12. FQUA 1. (IPPORT i ITY I+ 1NI PLOYER. In all services, programs, activities, hiring, and employment made possible by or resulting from this Agreement or any subcontract, there shall be no discrimination by Contractor or its subcontractors of any level, or any of those entities' employees, agents, subcontractors, or representatives against any person because of sex, age (except minimurn age and retirement provisions), race, color, religion, creed, national origin, marital status, or the presence of any disability, including sensory, mental or physical handicaps, unless based upon a bona fide occupational qualification in relationship to hiring and employment. This requirement shall apply to, but not be limited to, the following: employment, advertising, layoff or termination, rates of pay or other forms of compensation, and selection for training, including apprenticeship. Contractor shall comply with and shall not violate any of the terms of Chapter 49.60 RCW, Tide VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Americans With Disabilities Act, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, 49 CFR Part 21, 21.5 and 26, or any other applicable federal, state, or local law or regulation regarding non-discrimination. 13. QENERAL PROVISIQ.n'S. 13.1 [nTes�t,ttion and Modification. This Agreement, together with any attached Exhibits, contains all of the agreements of the Parties with respect to any matter covered or mentioned in this Agreement and no prior statements or agreements, whether oral or written, shall be effective for any purpose. Should any language in any Exhibits to this Agreement conflict with any language in this Agreement, the terms of this Agreement shall prevail. The respective captions of the Sections of this Agreement are inserted for convenience of reference only and shall not be deemed to modify or otherwise affect any of the provisions of this Agreement. Any provision of this Agreement that is declared invalid, inoperative, null and void, or illegal shall in no way affect or invalidate any other provision hereof and such other provisions shall remain in full force and effect. Any act done by either Party prior to the effective date of the Agreement that is consistent with the authority of the Agreement and compliant with the terms of the Agreement, is hereby ratified as having been performed under the Agreement. No provision of this Agreement; including this provision, may be amended, waived, or modified except by written agreement signed by duly authorized representatives of the Parties. 13.2 Assign Neither the Contractor nor the City shall have the night to transfer or assign, in whole or in part, any or all of its obligations and rights hereunder without the prior written consent of the other Party. If the non -assigning party gives its consent to _ 5 - 7/2021 any assignment, the terms of this Agreement shall continue in full force and effect and no further assignment shall be made without additional written consent. Subject to the foregoing, the rights and obligations of the Parties shall inure to the benefit of and be binding upon their respective successors in interest, heirs and assigns. This Agreement is made and entered into for the sole protection and benefit of the Parties hereto. No other person or entity shall have any right of action or interest in this Agreement based on any provision set forth herein. 13.3 Comoliaiice with Laws. The Contractor shall comply with and perform the Services in accordance with all applicable federal, state, local, and city laws including, without limitation, all City codes, ordinances, resolutions, regulations, rules, standards and policies, as now existing or hereafter amended, adopted, or made effective. If a violation of the City's Ethics Resolution No. 91-54, as amended, occurs as a result of the formation or performance of this Agreement, this Agreement may be rendered null and void, at the City's option. 13.4 Enforcement. Time is of the essence in this Agreement and each and all of its provisions in which performance is a factor. Adherence to completion dates set forth in the description of the Services is essential to the Contractor's performance of this Agreement. Any notices required to be given by the Parties shall be delivered at the addresses set forth at the beginning of this Agreement. Any notices may be delivered personally to the addressee of the notice or may be deposited in the United States mail, postage prepaid, to the address set forth above. Any notice so posted in the United States mail shall be deemed received three (3) days after the date of mailing. Any remedies provided for under the terms of this Agreement are not intended to be exclusive, but shall be cumulative with all other remedies available to the City at law, in equity or by statute. The failure of the City to insist upon strict performance of any of the covenants and agreements contained in this Agreement, or to exercise any option conferred by this Agreement in one or more instances shall not be construed to be a waiver or relinquishment of those covenants, agreements or options, and the same shall be and remain in full force and effect. Failure or delay of the City to declare any breach or default immediately upon occurrence shall not waive such breach or default. Failure of the City to declare one breach or default does not act as a waiver of the City's right to declare another breach or default. This Agreement shall be made in, governed by, and interpreted in accordance with the laws of the State of Washington. If the Parties are unable to settle any dispute, difference or claim arising from this Agreement, the exclusive means of resolving that dispute, difference, or claim, shall be by filing suit under the venue, rules and jurisdiction of the King County Superior Court, King County, Washington, unless the parties agree in writing to an alternative process. If the King County Superior Court does not have jurisdiction over such a suit, then suit may be filed in any other appropriate court in King County, Washington. Each party consents to the personal jurisdiction of the state and federal courts in King County, Washington and waives any objection that such courts are an inconvenient forum. If either Party brings any claim or lawsuit arising from this Agreement, each Party shall pay all its legal costs and attorney's fees and expenses incurred in defending or bringing such claim or lawsuit, including all appeals, in addition to any other recovery or award provided by law; provided, however, however nothing in this paragraph shall be construed to limit the Parties' rights to indemnification under Section 5 of this Agreement. 13.5 Execution. Each individual executing this Agreement on behalf of the City and Contractor represents and warrants that such individual is duly authorized to execute and deliver this Agreement. This Agreement may be executed in any number of counterparts, each of which shall be deemed an original and with the same effect as if all Parties hereto had signed the same document. All such counterparts shall be construed together and shall constitute one instrument, - 6 - 7/2021 but in making proof hereof it shall only be necessary to produce one such counterpart. The signature and acknowledgment pages from such counterparts may be assembled together to form a single instrument comprised of all pages of this Agreement and a complete set of all signature and acknowledgment pages. The date upon which the last of all of the Parties have executed a counterpart of this Agreement shall be the "date of mutual execution" hereof. [Signature page follows] -7- 7/2021 IN WITNESS, the Parties execute this Agreement below, effective the last date written below, CITY OF FEDERAL WAY: ATTEST: 5�1ri I+ki tun. RRN-s hector ph iiie Courtney, CMC, i Clerk DATE: / f.I�}� _ _ APPROVED AS TO FORM: J. an Call, city, tta Iey -8- 7/2021 GLOBAL. KITCHEN LLC dba KAY CATERING: By: Plinfed Name: Title: r[,ju'.1 DATE:` STATE OF WASHINGTON ) ) ss. COUNTY OF V43 & O t this day personally appeared before me- _ KF16 to me known to be the (wof 6A D_,�... I executed the foregoing instrument, and acknowledged the said instrument to be the free and voluntary act and deed of said limited liability company, for the uses and purposes therein mentioned, and on oath stated that he/she was authorized to execute said instrument. tiA GIVEN my hand and official seal this day of _14flr� 202Z F ROE Public ashington a 21007612 es Feb 24, 2025 E :ry Is si gnature Notary's printed name Notary Public in and liar the; Statc or Washington, My commission expires e b 7e �26P Rev. 10/ 19 EXHIBIT "A" CATERING SERVICES 1. Contractor shall provide catering services within event spaces located at the below listed venue, in a manner consistent with the accepted practices for other similar services, performed to the City's reasonable satisfaction, within the time period prescribed by the City and pursuant to the direction of the Mayor or his or her designee. a. Catering services shall include: A. Provide exclusive catering services as are reasonably requested by a client holding an event at Dumas Bay Centre ("Client") or Dumas Bay Centre manager; and make Contractor's best possible effort to provide quality service to the City and Dumas Bay Centre Clients and maximize gross receipts. B. Develop a standard agreement to be used for all events for which the Contractor shall provide catering services. Unless the Client authorizes otherwise, the agreement shall be between the Contractor arid the Client and must be signed by those parties prior to Contractor beginning work on that event. The form of the standard agreement must be approved by the City, and any event -specific changes to the standard agreement must be approved by the City prior to its execution. Fully executed copies of the agreement must be delivered via email to the Dumas Bay Centre Manager at least 7 business days prior to the event. The agreement must include the details on pricing and quantities. C. Ensure that all requests for services between or among Contractor or its employees, agents, and subcontractors and any Client desiring services at the Dumas Bay Centre are coordinated through the Dumas Bay Centre Manager. D. Deal courteously and professionally with all Clients. E. Designate a manager and provide their email and phone number at least 2 business days prior to the event who shall be responsible, at a minimum, for the following activities: 1, Prior to each event, they will provide the Dumas Bay Centre representative assigned to the event with the names of the on -site managers and of all employees, agents, and approved subcontractors performing catering services in connection with a client's event. 2. Supervise all Contractor's on -site employees, agents, and/or subcontractors working at the event. - it- Rev. 10/19 2. Serve as Contractor's representative and have the authority necessary to work with Dumas Bay Centre management and Clients for event coordination and staffing requirements. 3. Be on site during events for which catering services are provided, and be available by phone and email at other times for event planning and coordination. F. Ensure that competent, courteous, well trained, appropriately -attired, and efficient employees, agents, or subcontractors appear at the event reasonably prior to the start time as specified by the event agreement, together with all equipment, merchandise and supplies needed to fully perform the services desired by Dumas Bay Centre or the Client. Following each event which Contractor provides services, ensure that equipment, merchandise and supplies are removed from Contractor's authorized locations, and that all unsold merchandise is disposed of in a manner that is separately agreed upon by Contractor and the Client. Upon receipt of notice from the City of any reasonable and significant objection to any of Contractor's employees, including Contractor's representative, the use of such employee in connection with this Agreement shall be discontinued and a suitable person shall be promptly substituted; provided however, that the City's right to require replacement of any Contractor employee, and Contractor's obligation to comply with any such request, shall be subject to restrictions imposed upon Contractor by any federal, state or local statute, law, code, regulation or ordinance or by any collective bargaining agreement or other contract affecting such employee. H. Coordinate with the Dumas Bay Centre representative assigned as the client liaison for an event regarding the exact location at which catering service is to be installed in connection with such event, and install at the locations authorized by the Dumas Bay Centre Representative in the Premises. I. Ensure that Contractor, and its representatives, only serve products or services authorized by the event client at the event. K. Internal catering (catering paid for and requested directly by City) shall be provided at a 20% discount from prices contained in Exhibit C; provided, however, that any allocations for administrative and general overhead or for corporate- level supervision shall not be discounted. City events that are provided at a discounted rate are not commissionable and Contractor shall not be required to pay 10% to the City for such events. L. All marketing and public relations materials involving the Contractor related to the Contractor's activities or business at the Dumas Bay Centre must be reviewed and approved by the City of Federal Way. - 12- Rev. 10/19 b. Locations: Dumas Bay Centre 3200 SW Dash Point Rd, Federal Way, WA 98023 C. Prime. All pricing of any food, beverage or other product as set forth in Exhibit "C" must be competitive and must be approved in writing by the City. Contractor may not change any pricing without the City's prior written consent and amendment to original contract. Consent may be withheld for any reason. 2. T'wducts. All food, beverage or other products offered for sale by Contractor to the public shall be approved in writing by the City prior to distribution or sale of any such products. Contractor shall comply with any reasonable requests made by the City to either add or eliminate certain types of food, beverage or other products. 3. Customer Service. Contractor and all of its employees, agents, or representatives shall provide the highest quality of customer service and shall treat all Clients with courtesy and respect. Contractor shall honor all reasonable requests for refunds including requests from Clients that are dissatisfied with any food, beverage or other product sold by Contractor (pursuant to the terms of Contractor's agreement with the Clients). 4. Em ployce A neLu'atzc.c. All of Contractor's employees, agents, and representatives shall have a neat, professional personal appearance and those who come in direct contact with the public shall wear clothing or identification distinguishing them as employees of Contractor. 5. En7 plovee Traiain Contractor shall provide training for its employees, agents, or representatives for the development of the skills and techniques necessary to perform its obligations under this Agreement including but not limited to promoting customer service, produce and service presentation, cleanliness, positive attitude, and promoting the City Parks and Recreation Department's philosophy and policy. 6. Staffing. The Contractor shall, based on information provided by City or the Client, properly staff Dumas Bay Centre Events in order to prevent undue delay to the public. Contractor shall plan its staffing in advance and anticipate to the best of its ability based on information provided by the City or the -13- Rev. 10/ 19 Client any events, such as holidays or special events, which may require additional staffing. In the event the City determines that Contractor is not adequately staffing catering events, it may notify Contractor of that fact and Contractor shall immediately increase its staffing to meet the City's recommendation. 7. Carel-ii3; Kitchell Fc1tu4Lment. a. Alteration. Contractor shall be allowed to bring in mobile equipment, but shall not make any permanent alterations, additions, or improvements to the Dumas Bay Centre Kitchen or to the Catering Kitchen Equipment without the City's prior written consent, which consent may be withheld for any reason. In the event the City consents to the making of any alterations, additions, or improvements to the Dumas Bay Centre Kitchen or to the Catering Kitchen Equipment, the same shall be made at Contractor's sole cost and expense, and in the event such alterations, additions, or improvements are made to a structure, building, or other improvement attached to the real property, the same will become a part of the real property and be surrendered to the City upon the termination of this Agreement. The City has no obligation to alter, remodel, improve, repair, decorate, or paint the Dumas Bay Centre Kitchen; provided, however, that the City will provide dry storage shelving reasonably acceptable to Contractor for Contractor's storage of miscellaneous products. b, The City shall, at its sole cost and expense, maintain the Dumas Bay Centre Kitchen and the Catering Kitchen Equipment and the surrounding real property in good condition and repair. The Contractor, during its use and at its sole cost and expense, shall maintain the Dumas Bay Centre Kitchen and the Catering Kitchen Equipment in a neat, clean, and sanitary condition and removing all garbage, trash, or other debris on a regular basis. e. Damaue. If the Dumas Bay Centre Kitchen, Catering Kitchen Equipment, or any part thereof are damaged by any cause other than the sole negligence of the City, its employees, or agents, due to the actions or inaction of the contractor, Contractor shall, at its sole cost and expense, restore the Dumas Bay Centre Kitchen and the Catering Kitchen Equipment to a condition equivalent to or better than their condition immediately prior to such damage; provided, however, that Contractor shall not be responsible for such restoration when any damage to the Dumas Bay Centre Kitchen, Catering Kitchen Equipment or any part thereof is not the fault of or caused by the actions or inaction of the Contractor. f. City IZ-ei bursemeni. In the event Contractor fails to repair the Dumas Bay Centre Kitchen or the Catering Kitchen Equipment, the City may, but in no event is the City obligated to, remove the Catering Kitchen Equipment or perform the maintenance or repair and the Contractor shall, upon demand, immediately pay the City the reasonable costs and expenses of such removal, maintenance, or repair. 8. Compliance with laws. Contractor shall comply with and perform the Work in accordance with all applicable federal, state, and City laws including, without limitation, all City codes, ordinances, resolutions, standards and policies, as now existing or hereafter adopted or amended, - 14- Rev. 10/19 including but not limited to the following: (a) Federal, state and local health, safety and licensing laws relating to the sale of concession goods; (b) City code provisions requiring any person or entity doing business in the City to obtain a business registration; and (c) City Parks and Recreation Department policies, including, but not limited to, its concession policy. - 15- Rev. 10/19 EXHIBIT `B" COMPENSATION 1. Compensation, The Contractor agrees to pay the City an amount equal to (10%) of the Contractor's gross monthly revenue, excluding state sales tax ("Percentage Payment"). The term "Gross Monthly Revenue" shall mean the total amount charged by Contractor, its employees, agents, or licensees, for all goods and merchandise sold or services performed, whether for cash or other consideration or on credit, and regardless of collections for Clients at the Dumas Bay Centre. 2. Contractor shall deliver the Percentage Payment to the City on or before the 15th day of each month for Gross Monthly Revenue received during the preceding month ("Due Date"). 3. Access to Ro cords. Contractor shall provide a written statement to the City on the Due Date showing the total Gross Monthly Revenue for the preceding month ("Statement"). Contractor will provide the City or the City's agents or representatives reasonable access to the books and records of Contractor for the purposes of auditing and inspecting the sane to verif , the Statement. The records shall include documents from which the original transaction entry was made, including sales slips, cash register tapes, and/or purchase invoices. 4. Late Fee. Contractor acknowledges that late payment to the City of the Percentage Payment will cause the City to incur costs not contemplated by this Agreement, the exact amount of which will be difficult to ascertain. Accordingly, if the Percentage Payment is not received by the City on the Due Date, Contractor agrees to pay a late fee equal to Twenty -Five and No/100 Dollars ($25.00). 5. Contractor Responsible for Taxes. The Contractor shall be solely responsible for the payment of any applicable taxes imposed by any lawful jurisdiction as a result of the performance and payment of this Agreement. - 16- Rev. 10/19 EXHIBIT "C" PRICING AND MENU Wraps $15.95 Turkey Pepper Jack oven roasted turkey, pepper jack cheese, green leaf lettuce and tomato in flour wrap Chicken Caesar tender seasoned chicken, romaine, parmesan cheese, tomato and classic Caesar dressing in a flour tortilla wrap East Asian Chicken marinated and grilled chicken, crispy wonton strips, red and white cabbage, shredded carrots wrapped in flour tortilla with a side of house made teriyaki sauce Vegan Tofu Veggie marinated tofu, jasmine rice, red cabbage, shredded carrots wrapped in flour tortilla with a side of house made teriyaki sauce (wraps include fresh baked cookie and chips) Soups $15.95 Chicken and Rice Creamy Tomato Basil Beef Barley (soups include side salad, crackers, and cookie) Assortment of Soda available for $1.00 per serving Must order in increments of at least five per type. Minimum order of $400 -17- Rev. 10/19 Hot Lunch Menu $19.95 Thai Red Curry traditional Thai curry with jasmine rice, vegetables, basil, and coconut milk. Available with chicken or tofu Teriyaki Chicken marinated and grilled chicken served with jasmine rice and roasted broccoli. Available with tofu Jambalaya traditional New Orleans creole dish with chicken, andouille sausage served with fresh rolls Spaghetti Bar homemade meat sauce with spaghetti noodles and garlic bread vegetarian and/ or gluten free available upon request Southwest Taco Bar Choice of pork carnitas or chicken served with flour tortillas, lettuce, salsa, grated cheese, sour cream, and tortilla chips vegetarian and/ or gluten free available upon request Pulled Pork Sandwich Oven roasted pork pulled with house made bbq sauce and served with coleslaw and chips vegetarian and/ or gluten free available upon request Minimum order of $500 and on -site server required for hot food service. Each order must be the same menu for all participants. Special diets such as gluten free, and vegetarian meals can be accommodated. Onsite server required for all hot meal service at $150 per server -18- Rev. 10/19 Dinner Menu $24.95 Chicken Slovaki Marinated and grilled chicken skewers served with lemon rice and grilled seasonal vegetables Lemon Garlic Chicken Lemon garlic chicken breast served with seasoned rice pilaf and sauteed vegetables Pot Roast Angus beef slow -braised in a classic mixture of herbs and spices. Served with garlic mashed potatoes Classic Meat Lasagna Traditional lasagna in a red meat sauce served with Caesar Salad and Garlic Bread Vegetable Lasagna Made with roasted vegetables in red sauce served with Caesar Salad and Garlic Bread Pasta Bar Two kinds of pasta with both red meat sauce and Alfredo sauce served with Caesar Salad and Garlic Bread Korean Taco Bar Marinated beef, grilled chicken, white rice, Asian coleslaw, pickled cucumber kimchi, served with corn tortillas, Special K sauce and Mamma Sauce (Tofu available as a replacement for one of the meat options) Minimum order of $500 and on -site server required for hot food service. Each order must be the same menu for all participants. Special diets such as gluten free, and vegetarian meals can be accommodated. Onsite server required for all hot meal service at $150 per server. - 19- Rev. 10/19 COUNCIL MEETING DATE: August .1 -Pn ITEM #: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL SUBJECT: PUBLIC HEARING REGARDING THE PROPOSED BALLY'S COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT, REZONE AND DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT POLICY QUESTION: NA COMMITTEE: NA MEETING DATE: NA CATEGORY: ❑ Consent ❑ Ordinance ® Public Hearing ❑ City Council Business ❑ Resolution ❑ Other STAFF REPORT BY: NATALIE KAMIENIECKI, ASSOCIATE PLANNER DEPT: COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Attachments: 1. Staff Report 2. Attachments Background: This public hearing is being held regarding the proposed Bally's Comprehensive Plan Amendment, Rezone and Development Agreement pursuant to FWRC 19.85. In this case, the decision of city council for a change in comprehensive plan designation and zoning is contingent on the approval of the proposed development agreement. MAYOR'S RECOMMENDATION: NA MAYOR APPROVAL: N I t Committee Initial/Date COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: NA PROPOSED COUNCIL MOTION: The Council has the option to: 1. Close the public hearing. IREC'TOR APPROVAL: 3 Ze I n i [i:i I � Untc 2. Continue the public hearing to future date specific council meeting. {BELOW TO 8E CO211PLETED BYCITYCLERIC'S gEEICE� COUNCIL ACTION: ❑ APPROVED COUNCIL BILL # ❑ DENIED First reading ❑ TABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION Enactment reading ❑ MOVED TO SECOND READING (ordinances only) ORDINANCE # REVISED - 4/2019 RESOLUTION # ,A�.k CITY OF Federal Way CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL PUBLIC HEARING STAFF REPORT DATE: August 2, 2022 TO: Mayor Jim Ferrell City Council FROM: Brian Davis, Community Development Director Keith Niven, Planning Manager Natalie Kamieniecki, Associate Planner SUBJECT: Bally's Comprehensive Plan Amendment, Rezone and Development Agreement Meeting Date: August 9, 2022 I. FINANCIAL IMPACT The approval of the following proposed Code and Comprehensive Plan amendments will not cost the City any additional funds; and, will require no transfer of general funds for the action. II. BACKGROUND This is a request for a comprehensive plan amendment of real property located at 32818 1" Avenue S, parcel number 172104-9038, commonly known as the "Bally's" site, from Office Park (OP) to Multi - Family High -Density Residential (RM1800 one unit per 1,800 square feet). Per Federal Way Revised Code (FWRC) 19.80.050, the city has elected to review citizen -initiated rezoning requests on an annual basis. This application comprises the 2021 docket. If the proposed comprehensive plan amendment is approved, appropriate zoning changes would be made concurrently (Exhibit A). A public hearing was held by the Federal Way Planning Commission on September 15, 2021, and October 6, 2021. The Planning Commission recommended, "that the proposed Comprehensive Plan amendment not be adopted until such time that the applicant and City enter into a development agreement pursuant to FWRC 19.85 to cover homeownership opportunities and other items deemed appropriate by the City Council." Subsequently, following hosting a neighborhood meeting, the applicants submitted a draft Development Agreement they believed satisfied the recommendation from the Commission to incorporate a pathway to homeownership opportunities (Exhibit J). Given the real estate market and its complexities, the applicant was not willing to outright guarantee these units would be for -sale homes. The applicant identified that inflation and rising mortgage rates might render these units too expensive for the market by the time they are constructed and ready to be sold. In lieu of this, the applicant agreed to record a condominium map prior to construction completion that would allow them to sell these units if the market was favorable to that option following construction. This would ensure there would be no administrative barriers for these units to be offered as condominiums, if that decision is made by the property owner. APPLICATION AND SITE DATA Reason for the Request The property owner is requesting a comprehensive plan amendment and rezone of their property from Office Park (OP) to Multi -Family High -Density Residential (RM1800 one unit per 1,800 square feet) due to the lack of market demand for office park uses at this site, and the ongoing housing shortage in Federal Way and King County. They also state that the highest and best use for the land is residential housing. Applicant: Property Owner: Existing Comprehensive Plan Designation: Existing Zoning Designation: Requested Comprehensive Plan Designation: Requested Zoning Designation: Surrounding Zoning & Land Use ESM Consulting Engineers, LLC Eric Labrie First Avenue South Apartments LLC Dave Avenel, Weidner Apartment Homes Office Park (OP) Office Park (OP) Multi -Family Residential (RM1800) Multi -Family Residential (RM1800) Zoning North Multi -Family (RM1800, one unit per 1,800 square feet) South Multi -family (RM 2400, one unit per 2,400 square feet) East Multi -Family (RM1800, one unit per 1,800 square feet) West Neighborhood Business (BN) Availability of Utilities Land Use Colonial Forest Condominium Westboro Apartments West Highlands 7-11 Convenience Store, Restaurants, various commercial uses Sanitary Sewer: Lakehaven Water and Sewer provides sewer service in this area. Sewer service is available adjacent to the property along I" Avenue South. Regardless of the outcome of the land use actions, future development of the property will require Lakehaven Certificates of Availability, Developer Extension Agreement(s), and sewer service connections (Exhibit O). 2 Public Water: Lakehaven Water and Sewer District provides water service in this area. Existing water facilities are adjacent to the property along I" Avenue South and South 3121h Street. Regardless of the outcome of the pending land use actions, future development of the property will require Lakehaven Certificates of Availability, Developer Extension Agreement(s), and water service connections (Exhibit O). Solid Waste: Solid waste is provided by Waste Management. Availability of Public Services Police: Police services are provided by and will continue to be provided by the City of Federal Way Police Department. Fire/Emergency/Medical: These services are provided by South King Fire and Rescue. Schools: The property falls within the boundaries of the Federal Way School District. Critical Areas The site is fairly level with gentle sloping areas. No geologically -hazardous landslide or erosion hazards are located on site. No wetlands or fish and wildlife habitat is located on or within 225 feet of the subject property. The site is located within a five-year capture zone (Exhibit B). A five-year capture zone represents the time it takes spills within the land area overlaying the five-year capture zone to travel to any public water source well owned by Lakehaven Water and Sewer District, excluding the land area contained in the six-month or one-year capture zones. At the time of development, the applicant will be required to submit a Hazardous Materials Inventory Statement that discloses the approximate quantities of hazardous materials that will be stored, handled, treated, used, produced, recycled, or disposed of in connection with the proposed activity. Drainage Surface water runoff control and water quality treatment will be required per the 2021 King County Surface Water Design Manual (KCSWDM) and the City of Federal Way Addendum to the manual. Future development must meet the requirements for a Full Drainage Review. At the time of land use site plan submittal, a preliminary Technical Information Report (TIR), addressing the relevance of the project to the nine core and five special requirements of the KCSWDM will be required. A Level 1 downstream analysis shall also be provided in the preliminary TIR.. The city addendum can be found at: www.citvoffederalway.com/node/l467. The site lies within a conservation flow control area; thus, the applicant must design the flow control facility to meet this performance criteria. In addition to flow control facilities, Best Management Practices (BMP's) are required as outlined in the KCSWDM. The project also lies within enhanced basic water quality area. Water quality treatment shall be designed to meet the treatment criteria of the enhanced basic water quality menu. The city will accept treatment systems which are listed on the Department of Ecology's General Use Level Designation (GULD) for the required level of water quality treatment. Access This parcel fronts on and has existing driveway access from South 3281h Street and I" Avenue South. Final access points for any property reuse will be reviewed through future site -specific development applications. Potential Traffic Impacts This is a non -project action associated with changing the comprehensive plan designation and zoning from Office Park (OP) to Multi -Family High -Density Residential (RM1800, one unit per 1.800 square feet). This non -project action by itself does not allow for an assessment of potential traffic impacts due to the varied land uses and the numerous potential development configurations that might result. However, at the time that an application for a development permit is submitted, the Traffic Division will conduct a Transportation Concurrency Analysis, which will analyze peak hour impacts of the project to assure that there is adequate capacity to accommodate the proposed development. Supplemental mitigation may be required if the proposed project creates an impact not anticipated in the Transportation Improvement Plan (TIP). Development proposals will also be subject to a traffic impact fee to address system impacts. Site -specific analysis may also be required to address impacts outside of the evening peak hour or safety issues. III. PROCEDURAL SUMMARY Selection Process (Prioritizing Docketed Proposals) Land Use Transportation Committee June 7, 2021 City Council Public Meeting June 15, 2021 Comprehensive Plan Amendment Process Date Issuance of Determination of Nonsignifcance (DNS) pursuant to the State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) (Exhibit F) July 30, 2021 End of SEPA Comment Period August 13, 2021 End of SEPA Appeal Period September 15, 2021 Public Hearing before the Planning Commission September 15, 2021 Public Hearing before the Planning Commission continuance October 6, 2021 Issuance of SEPA Addendum (Development Agreement) (Exhibit K) May 10, 2022 City Council Public Hearing- (Development Agreement) August 9, 2022 City Council 1" Reading TBD City Council 2"d Reading TBD IV. PUBLIC COMMENTS RECEIVED Public Comments Received The following is a summary of the comments received during the notice of application. Comment letters are included as an attachment to this staff report (Exhibit L). • The corner of 15` Avenue South and 328' Street South is a busy corner. Adding residential units at this location will increase traffic congestion. • Additional traffic at this location will exacerbate safety conditions as speeding through the adjacent neighborhoods is already a concern. • There is interest in having the property in a secure park like state if not developed. The current building is an eyesore and is frequently subject to trespassing and vandalism. • Concerns over more multi -family development coming into the city. Additional businesses would be more useful to the people in the neighborhood. 4 • The moorish nationall reepublic federall governmente have stated that they have right to the use of the structures on the property and underlying land. • Concerns over the income levels of future occupants. • Concerns regarding increased crime. • Concerns regarding the income level of the persons occupying the units. • Letter regarding alternate proposed use of the site for urban agriculture and weekend farms. Use of building for indoor farming and neighborhood market. • Letter expressing support of the project and providing housing units with a balance of low, mid and high -income. V. PLANNING COMMISSION ACTION FWRC Chapter 19.80, "Council Rezones," establishes a process and criteria for comprehensive plan amendments. Consistent with Process VI review, the role of the Planning Commission is as follows: 1. To review and evaluate the requests for comprehensive plan amendments; 2. To determine whether the proposed comprehensive plan amendments meet the criteria provided by FWRC.80.140, 19.80.150, and 19.75.130(3); and 3. To forward a recommendation to the City Council regarding adoption of the proposed comprehensive plan amendments. PLANNING COMMISSION PUBLIC HEARING SUMMARY The Planning Commission conducted Public Hearings on September 15, 2021, and October 6, 2021. the Planning Commission received a staff presentation from the Community Development staff and subsequent public comments regarding the proposal. Following public input and Commission discussion and deliberations, the Planning Commission recommended "that the proposed Comprehensive Plan amendment not be adopted until such time that the applicant and City enter into a development agreement pursuant to FWRC 19.85 to cover homeownership opportunities and other items deemed appropriate by the City Council." The vote was unanimous. VI. COMPLIANCE WITH FWRC 19.80.140 AND 19.80.150 AND 19.75.130(3)(a): 1. FWRC 19.80.140, Factors to be Considered in a Comprehensive Plan Amendment— The city may consider, but is not limited to, the following factors when considering a proposed amendment to the comprehensive plan. (1) The effect upon the physical environment. There should be no adverse impact on the physical environment related to development of this area, regardless of zoning as the city has adopted codes in place to protect the environment. ' Aquifer Recharge Areas (Groundwater) The site is located within the 5- and 10-year wellhead capture zone. The locations of wellhead capture zones in relationship to the aquifer systems are shown on Map IX-2 (Exhibit C & D). A Hazardous Material Checklist is required for any development proposal on the subject property. Wetlands / Critical Fish and Wildlife Areas The city's Critical Area Map (Exhibit B) does not indicate wetlands on or within 500 feet of the subject property. There are no critical fish and wildlife habitat areas mapped on the site. (2) The effect on open space, streams, and lakes. Open space will be required for residential development of the site either in the form of dedicated onsite areas. There are no mapped lakes or streams on or within close proximity to the site (Exhibit B). (3) The compatibility with and impact on adjacent land uses and surrounding neighborhoods. The existing comprehensive plan and zone classification of Office Park (OP) is isolated from other Office Park zoning and designated properties. The current comprehensive plan and zoning classifications on adjacent property is Multi -Family Residential. The surrounding uses are primarily multi -family uses and attached dwelling units. The requested rezone would result in the same zoning as the properties to the north and east and is compatible with the surrounding zoning and land use patterns (Exhibit A). (4) The adequacy of and impact on communityfacilities including utilities, roads, public transportation, parks, recreation, and schools. All public utilities are available to the subject property. There are a wide variety of recreational opportunities in the city (Exhibit G). These opportunities include Dash Point State Park (a 398-acre state park on the west side of the city, operated and maintained by Washington State Parks); Celebration Park (an 84-acre city -owned community park located approximately in the middle of the city with ballfields and walking trails); Town Square Park (a 4-acre city -owned community park located in the City Center); and recreation trails in the Bonneville Power Administration right-of-way. As shown on Map VI-4, there are also a number of other parks and open space areas scattered throughout the city. City codes require provision of on -site open space when land is developed for residential uses. If the parcel is developed with residential uses in the future, impacts on schools should be mitigated by the payment of a school impact fee. (S) The benefit to the neighborhood, city, and region. At present, there is a lack of supply of housing opportunities; therefore, providing more opportunities for housing will benefit the city and region. Multi -family development is consistent with the adjacent properties and neighborhoods. The proposal is consistent with the Housing Action Plan objective to promote new market -rate and affordable housing construction that expands housing choices and is inclusive to community needs (Exhibit H). The project would displace a long -vacant building previously identified for demolition (Exhibit N). The current assessed value of the property and improvements is $2.3M. In comparison, the Cove Apartments (33131 — I" Ave S) current assessment is $32M. A majority of the property taxes collected benefits the local school district. (6) The quantity and location of land planned for the proposed land use type and density and the demand for such land. Approval of this request could result in 145 residential units. Federal Way housing target is 11,260 new units before 2044 to accommodate forecast population growth and account for past underproduction. This equates to an average production of 512 additional units each year, a significant increase over recent housing production trends (Exhibit H, page 3). Based on the Housing Action Plan data and the Housing Forecast Map (Exhibit I), there appears to be a need for additional capacity for general residential and multi -family units within the city and region. Housing Action Plan Strategy 3: Increase diversity in housing choice through expanding "missing middle" development opportunities. Townhomes are explicitly identified as a missing middle building typology. The townhome-style housing provides residents the feel of single-family living by separating the living space on multiple floors, providing individual garages and small yards. (7) The current and projected population density in the area. If the proposed comprehensive plan amendment and rezone are approved, the density allowed for residential development would be 1 unit per 1800 square feet of the gross lot acreage. Future density under this code provision could yield up to 145 units on the property. As identified in the Housing Action Plan the area in general can accommodate such development. The majority of new housing units built in the last decade have been in large multifamily housing developments of 100+ units. Most housing units in the city were built in the 1980s or earlier, including more than half of units in multifamily buildings. Federal Way experienced a boom in housing production in 2016 and 2017, with nearly 1,200 new housing units built across those two years, as shown in Exhibit 33. Most of those new units were in larger multifamily buildings. Since then, new construction has slowed, with just over 300 units built in 2018 and 2019 combined (Exhibit H)• (8) The effect upon other aspects of the comprehensive plan. Approval of the requested Multi -Family (RM 1800) zoning will not affect other aspects of the comprehensive plan. If approved, the new comprehensive plan designation and rezone will be consistent will surrounding property and eliminate an isolated spot -zoned property. 2. FWRC 19.80.150, Criteria for Amending the Comprehensive Plan — The city may amend the comprehensive plan only if it finds that: (1) The proposed amendment bears a substantial relationship to public health, safety, or welfare; Changing the designations from Office Park to Multi -Family High Density Residential (RM1800, one unit per 1,800 square feet) does have a substantial relationship to public health or safety in that higher density may result in more housing at less cost, which bears a substantial relationship to the welfare of that segment of the population that may be struggling to find housing and/or more diverse housing such as the possibility for townhome development or market rate apartments. The Housing Action Plan has indicated that this area has the potential for redevelopment and contribution of additional residential units to meet expected population growth goals. (2) The proposed amendment is in the best interest of the residents of the city. Please see responses under Sections V (1) (5) and V (2) (1). (3) The proposed amendment is consistent with the requirements of Chapter 36.70A RCW and with the portion of the city's adopted plan not affected by the amendments. The comprehensive plan amendment and rezone under consideration is consistent with the following goals of RCW Chapter 36.70A.020(2) of the Growth Management Act (GMA): "(i) Urban growth. Encourage development in urban areas where adequate public facilities and services exist or can be provided in an efficient manner. "(ii) Reduce sprawl. Reduce the inappropriate conversion of undeveloped land into sprawling, low -density development. "(iii) Housing. Encourage the availability of affordable housing to all economic segments of the population of this state, promote a variety of residential densities and housing types, and encourage preservation of existing housing stock." The proposal is also consistent with the following goals and policies of the comprehensive plan: Housing Policy (HP) 2 Amend development regulations to accommodate a diverse range of housing forms that are compatible with neighborhood character and create an effective transition between the City Center, business areas, and residential neighborhoods. Housing Goal (HG) 2 Involve the community in the development of new housing to a degree that is consistent with the scale of impact on the surrounding neighborhoods. HP 10 Encourage community input, where appropriate, into the development permit process by providing thorough and timely information to the public. HG 4 Proactively plan for and respond to trends in housing demand. HP16 Increase capacity and encourage greater diversity of housing types and costs for both infill and new development through various methods, such as inclusionary zoning, density bonuses, and transfer of development rights, cluster housing, cottage housing, garden housing, duplexes, and low to moderate density housing types. Land Use Goal (LUG) 1 Create an attractive, welcoming and functional built environment. Land Use Policy (LUP) 8 Designate and zone land to provide for Federal Way's share of regionally adopted demand forecasts for residential, commercial, and industrial uses for the next 20 years. LUP 10 Support the continuation of a strong residential community. LUG 4 Provide a wide range of housing types and densities commensurate with market demand, adopted housing targets, and the community's needs and preferences. 3. FWRC 19.75.130(3)(a) — The city may approve an application for a quasi-judicial nonproject rezone only if it finds that: (i) The proposed rezone is in the best interest of the residents of the city; and The change in designation and zone would allow for the property to be reused as multifamily residential or any of the listed uses in 19.205 FWRC. The property does not contain any know critical areas and is served by urban infrastructure and services that can support the proposed designation and uses. According to data provided by King County, since 2006, the city has added housing units at 65% of its needed pace to meet its housing growth target. Changing this parcel to multifamily would help the city to better meet its housing growth forecast. (ii) The proposed rezone is appropriate because either: (A) Conditions in the immediate vicinity of the subject property have so significantly changed since the property was given its present zoning and that, under those changed conditions, a rezone is within the public interest; or (B) The rezone will correct a zone classification or zone boundary that was inappropriate when established; Under (ii)(A), the vacant building was devalued by King County Assessor from a high of $2.8M in 2000 to $1,000 in 2016. It is currently being assessed at this value. The building remains vacant and aesthetically detracts from the aesthetic quality of this neighborhood as does the lack of on -going maintenance of the property. This condition will worsen if the property continues in its vacant condition. Under current conditions, the market has not delivered a replacement tenant for this building for 5 years. (iii) It is consistent with the comprehensive plan; This parcel is a stand-alone Office Park parcel with Multifamily residential located immediately north, east, and south. As discussed above, the proposal is consistent with the following goals and policies of the comprehensive plan: Housing Policy (HP) 2 Amend development regulations to accommodate a diverse range of housing forms that are compatible with neighborhood character and create an effective transition between the City Center, business areas, and residential neighborhoods. Housing Goal (HG) 2 Involve the community in the development of new housing to a degree that is consistent with the scale of impact on the surrounding neighborhoods. HP 10 Encourage community input, where appropriate, into the development permit process by providing thorough and timely information to the public. HG 4 Proactively plan for and respond to trends in housing demand. HP16 Increase capacity and encourage greater diversity of housing types and costs for both infill and new development through various methods, such as inclusionary zoning, density bonuses, and transfer of development rights, cluster housing, cottage housing, garden housing, duplexes, and low to moderate density housing types. Land Use Goal (LUG) 1 Create an attractive, welcoming and functional built environment. Land Use Policy (LUP) 8 Designate and zone land to provide for Federal Way's share of regionally adopted demand forecasts for residential, commercial, and industrial uses for the next 20 years. LUP 10 Support the continuation of a strong residential community. LUG 4 Provide a wide range of housing types and densities commensurate with market demand, adopted housing targets, and the community's needs and preferences. (iv) It is consistent with all applicable provisions of the title, including those adopted by reference from the comprehensive plan; and The requested rezone of Office Park to Multi Family is appropriate at this location and is consistent with surrounding residential multi -family land uses and the accompanying underlying zone classification and comprehensive plan designation. (v) It is consistent with the public health, safety, and welfare. The rezone would allow the property to return to a functional use through redevelopment. The active use and redevelopment of the property would add to property values and neighborhood stability and is in the general welfare of the public. VII. CHAPTER 19.85 — DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT Pursuant to RCW 36.708. 170, the city may enter into a development agreement with a person having ownership or control of real property within its jurisdiction as part of a comprehensive plan amendment and associated rezone. Per FWRC 19.85.040 a Development Agreement that will be reviewed using this chapter may be initiated by city council or council committee, or requested by the planning commission, city staff, or applicant. This proposed development agreement is the result of a Planning Commission recommendation. FWRC 19.85.120 Factors to be considered in review of a development agreement The city may consider, but is not limited to, the following factors when considering a development agreement: (1) Compatibility with and impact on adjacent land uses and surrounding neighborhoods; 10 The development agreement provides market rate, 3-story residential units that will be constructed as townhomes. The resulting buildings would be compatible in massing and scale, and use as the surrounding properties. (2) Adequacy of and impact on community facilities including utilities, roads, public transportation, parks, recreation, and schools; Community facilities are adequate to accommodate the future development of the property as requested within the comprehensive plan amendment, rezone and accompanying development agreement. Mitigation of impacts are assessed during the land use permit review. Transportation and School Impact fees are collected at the time of construction permits. (3) Potential benefits of the proposal to the community; and The project would displace a long -vacant building. The current assessed value of the property and improvements is $2.3M. To compare the Cove Apartments (33131 — I" Ave S) current assessment is $32M. The project is consistent with the Housing Action Plan and would add new housing units helping to temper the City's need for new housing choices. The development agreement is consistent with addressing the following Housing Action Objective and Housing Action Plan Strategy: Housing Action Plan Objective: Promote new market -rate and affordable housing construction that expands housing choices and is inclusive to community needs. Housing Action Plan Strategy 3: Increase diversity in housing choice through expanding "missing middle" development opportunities. Townhomes are explicitly identified as a missing middle building typology. (4) Effect upon other aspects of the comprehensive plan. The proposed development agreement will have no effect on other aspects of the comprehensive plan. VIII. FINDINGS OF FACT AND CONCLUSIONS 1. First Avenue South Apartments, LLC, is the owner of a six -acre property located at the southeast corner of I" Ave S and S 328t' ST, site address 32818 1" Avenue S, parcel number 172104-9038. The site is commonly known as the Former Bally's Site. 2. Consistent with FWRC 19.80.060 the property owner submitted a Master Land Use Process VI application on September 28, 2020, requesting a Comprehensive Plan Amendment and rezone to change the Bally's site designation from Office Park (OP) to Multi -Family (RM1800). 3. Pursuant to FWRC 19.80.80, the Bally's site proposal was included in the prioritization of docked requests. The City Council held a public meeting on June 15, 2020 and selected the Bally's site for further consideration and for staff to research and evaluate further. Subsequently, the applicant submitted a SEPA Environmental Review application and Environmental Checklist on July 21, 2021. The application was deemed complete on July 26, 2021. 4. Pursuant to FWRC 19.80.090 a preapplication meeting was conducted with the city's development review committee. 11 5. The applicant submitted all required fees required for Comprehensive Plan Amendment per FWRC 19.80.070. 6. Pursuant to FWRC 19.85.140, this staff report contains all pertinent application materials attached as exhibits. 7. Stormwater - Surface water runoff control and water quality treatment is required. The subject property is located within the Hylebos Creek Basin and within a conservation flow control area. 8. Traffic - The subject property fronts on and has existing driveway access from South 328' Street and V Avenue South. Final access points will be reviewed through future site -specific development applications. Development shall be subject to a traffic impact fees. 9. Critical Areas - The site is located within the 5- and 10-year wellhead capture zone. A Hazardous Material Checklist is required for development proposals on the subject property No other critical areas are mapped or known to be located on site. 10. Public Services and utilities are available and able to service the subject property. Lakehaven Water and Sewer provides both water and sewer service in this area. Service is available adjacent to the property along I" Avenue South. Solid Waste is provided by Waste Management. Police services is provided by the City of Federal Way Police Department. Fire and emergency medical services is provided by South King Fire and Rescue. The site is within the Federal Way School District. 11. Pursuant to SEPA RCW, 43.21.C, the Director of Community Development issued a Determination of Non -significance (DNS) on July 30, 2022. Affected agencies, tribes and the public were offered the opportunity to comment and/or appeal the determination. No appeals of the SEPA Determination were submitted by the appeal deadline of September 3, 2021. The city issued an amended SEPA Determination to include incorporation of a Development Agreement on May 10, 2022. Per WAC 197-11-625 there is no comment period for the addendum. 12. All comments regarding the matter received by the department of community development prior to distribution of the staff report are provided. 13. The factual summary and analysis contained in sections II-VII of this staff report are hereby incorporated as findings of fact and conclusions by this reference. 14. The proposal has met all Noticing requirements as required by FWRC 19.75.060, 19.809.170, and 19.85.130. 15. The proposal has met the requirements for compliance with the State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA), as identified in FWRC 19.80.040 and 19.85.090. 16. The proposal is consistent with the Hearing requirements identified in FWRC 19.75.080, 19.80.190. and 19.85.150. 17. The proposal meets the decisional criteria for Process V Quasi -Judicial Rezones as identified in FWRC 19.75.130(a). 18. The proposal has met the prioritized docketing procedures as identified in FWRC 19.80.080. 12 19. The proposal meets the factors to be considered in a comprehensive plan amendment as identified in FWRC 19.80.130. 20. The proposal meets the criteria listed in FWRC 19.80.150 for amending the comprehensive plan. 21. Pursuant to FWRC 19.80.200, all pertinent materials have been duly considered. 22. The proposal is consistent with recommendation procedures identified in FWRC 19.80.240. 23. The development agreement was recommended by the Planning Commission, consistent with FWRC 19.85.040. 24. The proposed development agreement is consistent with FWRC 19.85.120 Factors to be considered in the review of a development agreement. IX. STAFF RECOMMENDATION Based on the above analysis, findings and conclusions, the Department of Community Development Services recommends approval of the proposed Comprehensive Plan Amendment, Rezone and Development Agreement. X. MAYOR'S RECOMMENDATION After consideration of the staff analysis and options available for action (approval, approval with modification, or denial), the Mayor recommends that the proposed Comprehensive Plan Amendment and Development Agreement be approved. XI. CITY COUNCIL ACTION Consistent with the provisions of FWRC 19.85.150 the City Council may take the following actions regarding the proposed comprehensive plan amendment and rezone request: 1. Grant the application as proposed by adopting an ordinance, which approves the change in comprehensive plan designation and zoning based on the approved development agreement. 2. Modify and grant the application by adopting an ordinance, which approves the change in comprehensive plan designation and zoning based on the approved development agreement. 3. Deny the application. The city council shall give effect to a denial by adopting a resolution. 13 LIST OF EXHIBITS — ACCESSIBLE ONLINE AT HTTPS✓/DOCS.CITYOFFEDERALWAY.COM/WEBLIN K/BROWSE.ASPX?ID=1311159&DBID=O&REPO=CITYOFFEDERALWAY Exhibit A Proposed Comprehensive Plan and Rezone Maps Exhibit B Critical Areas Map Exhibit C Map IX-1 Aquifers Exhibit D IX-2 Aquifers and Wellhead eCapture Zones Exhibit E Map IX-3 Areas Susceptible to Groundwater Contamination Exhibit F SEPA DNS and SEPA Checklist Exhibit G Map V1-4 Major Parks and Open Spaces Exhibit H Housing Action Plan Exhibit I Housing Forecast Map Exhibit J Bally's Development Agreement (also attached to this staff report) Exhibit K Addendum to Determination of Non Significance Exhibit L Public Comment Exhibit M Assessor Map Exhibit N DNS 16-103682-SE Exhibit O Lakehaven Water and Sewer District Map 14 City of Federal Way Exhibit #1 2021 Site Specific Requests for Comprehensive Plan and Zoning Designation Changes Bally's Fitness Center O Site Specific Request Parcels L Buildings — Streams 0 Wetlands Zoning Boundary' Federal Way Zoning Designations: Commercial Zones ti BN - Neighborhood Business Multi -Family Zones RM1800 - 1 Unit / 1,800 Square Feet RM2400 - 1 Unit / 2,400 Square Feet Office Zones OP - Office Park Single Family Zones RS7.2 - 1 Unit / 7.200 Square Feet RS9.6 - 1 Unit / 9,600 Square Feet Note: An asterisk (*) next to a zoning designation indicates the property is governed by a development agreement. 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Subject parcel #172104-9038 is approximately six acres in size and located at the southeast corner of 1 st Avenue South and South 328t" Street. Location: 32818 1" Avenue South, Federal Way Applicant: Community Development Department — Planning Division Lead Agency: City of Federal Way 1J. SITE wY V 1 Staff Contact: Associate Planner Natalie Kamieniecki, 253-835-2638 natalie.kamienicki@ciiyoffederalwn.com cityoffederalway.com The city's Responsible Official has determined that the proposal does not have a probable significant adverse impact on the environment, and an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) is not required under RCW 43.21 C.030(2)(c). This decision was made after review of a completed environmental checklist and other information on file with the city. A completed environmental checklist and supporting documents are available for review at the City of Federal Way Community Development Department (Federal Way City Hall, 33325 8"' Avenue South, Federal Way, WA 98003, 253-835-7000), from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday and at: litt s://docs.eit offederalwa .coiii/weblink/browse.as x?id=8-62347&dbid=0&re o=cit offedergt This DNS is issued under WAC 197-11-340(2). The lead agency will not act on this proposal for 14 days from the date of issuance. Comments must be submitted by 5:00 p.m. on August 13, 2021. Unless modified by the city, this determination will become final following the comment deadline. Any person aggrieved by the city's determination may file an appeal with the city within 21 days of the above comment deadline. You may appeal this determination to the Federal Way City Clerk (address above), no later than 5:00 p.m. on September 3, 2021, by a written letter stating the reason for the appeal of the determination. You should be prepared to make specific factual objections. Responsible Official: Brian Davis Title: Director of Community Development/SEPA Official Address: 33325 8"' Avenue South, Federal Way, WA 98003 Date Issued: ]rely 30, 2021 f Rife . i sed.hAP30. 2021. ar�s:l�AA1 Signature: z32Gt,�i, f/�G�(/�l 20-103734-00-se D., 1u.81555 4%1L Department of Community Development CITY OF fir' RESUBMITTED 33325 8'h Avcnue South Federal Way Federal way, Fax 98835-6325 2609 Jul 21 2021 253-835-2607; Fax 253-835-2609 www. c i tyo f Federal ►vay.com CITY OF FEDERAL WAY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT SEPA ENVIRONMENTAL CHECKLIST Purpose of Checklist Governmental agencies use this checklist to help determine whether the environmental impacts of your proposal are significant. This information is also helpful to determine if available avoidance, minimization or compensatory mitigation measures will address the probable significant impacts or if an environmental impact statement will be prepared to further analyze the proposal. Instructions for Applicants This environmental checklist asks you to describe some basic information about your proposal. Please answer each question accurately and carefully, to the best of your knowledge. You may need to consult with an agency specialist or private consultant for some questions. You may use "not applicable" or "does not apply" only when you can explain why it does not apply and not when the answer is unknown. You may also attach or incorporate by reference additional studies reports. Complete and accurate answers to these questions often avoid delays with the SEPA process as well as later in the decision -making process. The checklist questions apply to all parts of your proposal, even if you plan to do them over a period of time or on different parcels of land. Attach any additional information that will help describe your proposal or its environmental effects. The agency to which you submit this checklist may ask you to explain your answers or provide additional information reasonably related to determining if there may be significant adverse impact. Instructions for Lead Agencies Please adj ust the format of this template as needed. Additional information may be necessary to evaluate the existing environment, all interrelated aspects of the proposal and an analysis of adverse impacts. The checklist is considered the first but not necessarily the only source of information needed to make an adequate threshold determination. Once a threshold determination is made, the lead agency is responsible for the completeness and accuracy of the checklist and other supporting documents. Use of Checklist for Nonproject Proposals For nonproject proposals (such as ordinances, regulations, plans and programs), complete the applicable parts of sections A and B plus the SUPPLEMENTAL SHEET FOR NONPROJECT ACTIONS (part D). Please completely answer all questions that apply and note that the words "project," "applicant," and "property or site" should be read as "proposal," "proponent," and "affected geographic area," respectively. The lead agency may exclude (for non -projects) questions in Part B - Environmental Elements —that do not contribute meaningfully to the analysis of the proposal. Bulletin #050 — October 17, 2016 Page 1 of 15 k:\Handouts\Environmental Checklist CITY OF Federal Way A. BACKGROUND 1. Name of proposed project, if applicable: Bally's Comprehensive Plan Amendment 2. Name of applicant: Weidner Apartment Homes 3. Address and phone number of applicant and contact person: See document with additional answers. 4. Date checklist prepared: July 19, 2021 5. Agency requesting checklist: Department of Community Development 33325 81h Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 253-835-2607; Fax 253-835-2609 MV%V.ci IvnffedcraIW9V.COM City of Federal Way Community Development Department 6. Proposed timing or schedule (including phasing, if applicable): N/A 7. Do you have any plans for future additions, expansion, or further activity related to or connected with this proposal? If yes, explain. Yes. Future development of the site with multi -family housing, which is subject to land use review and permitting at that time. 8. List any environmental information you know about that has been prepared, or will be prepared, directly related to this proposal. None known. 9. Do you know whether applications are pending for governmental approvals of other proposals directly affecting the property covered by your proposal? If yes, explain. None known. 10. List any government approvals or permits that will be needed for your proposal, if known. Comprehensive Plan Amendment and Rezoning. Bulletin #050 — October 17, 2016 Page 2 of 15 k:\Handouts\Environmental Checklist Department of Community Development CITY qr 33325 8"' Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 Federal Way 253-835-2607; Fax 253-835-2609 wtv%v,ci Iyo fT'ederaIwily.con1fTederaIwily.con7 11. Give brief, complete description of your proposal, including the proposed uses and the size of the project and site. There are several questions later in this checklist that ask you to describe certain aspects of your proposal. You do not need to repeat those answers on this page. (Lead agencies may modify this form to include additional specific information on project description.) See document with additional answers. 12. Location of the proposal. Give sufficient information for a person to understand the precise location of your proposed project, including a street address, if any, and section, township, and range, if known. If a proposal would occur over a range of area, provide the range or boundaries of the site(s). Provide a legal description, site plan, vicinity map, and topographic map, if reasonably available. While you should submit any plans required by the agency, you are not required to duplicate maps or detailed plans submitted with any permit applications related to this checklist. See document with additional answers. B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEMENTS 1. Earth a. General description of the site: (circle one) Flat rolling, hilly, steep slopes, mountainous, other b. What is the steepest slope on the site (approximate percent slope)? f5% c. What general types of soils are found on the site (for example, clay, sand, gravel, peat, muck)? If you know the classification of agricultural soils, specify them and note any agricultural land of long-term commercial significance and whether the proposal results in removing any of these soils. Everett-Alderwood gravelly sandy loam d. Are there surface indications or history of unstable soils in the immediate vicinity? If so, describe. None known. e. Describe the purpose, type, total area, and approximate quantities and total affected area of any filling, excavation, and grading proposed. Indicate source of fill. N/A f. Could erosion occur as a result of clearing, construction, or use? If so, generally describe. N/A Bulletin #050 — October 17, 2016 Page 3 of 15 k:\Handouts\Enviromnental Checklist Department of Community Development CITY �� & 33325 81h Avenue South Federal Vila Federal Way, Fax 98835-2609 253-835-2607; Fax 253-835-2609 ►i•►v►v:ei tau f'tecler� I ►vA}•, cn m g. About what percent of the site will be covered with impervious surfaces after project construction (for example, asphalt or buildings)? N/A h. Proposed measures to reduce or control erosion, or other impacts to the earth, if any: N/A 2. Air a. What types of emissions to the air would result from the proposal during construction, operation, and maintenance when the project is completed? If any, generally describe and give approximate quantities if known. N/A b. Are there any off -site sources of emissions or odor that may affect your proposal? If so, generally describe. N/A c. Proposed measures to reduce or control emissions or other impacts to air, if any: N/A 3. Water a. Surface Water: 1) Is there any surface water body on or in the immediate vicinity of the site (including year-round and seasonal streams, saltwater, lakes, ponds, wetlands)? If yes, describe type and provide names. If appropriate, state what stream or river it flows into. M 2) Will the project require any work over, in, or adjacent to (within 200 feet) the described waters? If yes, please describe and attach available plans. N/A 3) Estimate the amount of fill and dredge material that would be placed in or removed from surface water or wetlands and indicate the area of the site that would be affected. Indicate the source of fill material. N/A 4) Will the proposal require surface water withdrawals or diversions? Give general description, purpose, and approximate quantities if known. No. Bulletin #050 — October 17, 2016 Page 4 of 15 k:\Handouts\Envirownental Checklist 41k CITY OF Federal Way Department of Community Development 33325 86 Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 253-835-2607; Fax 253-835-2609 �yww.ci [yn 17 ede ra I �vny. cn t n 5) Does the proposal lie within a 100-year floodplain? If so, note location on the site plan. No. 6) Does the proposal involve any discharges of waste materials to surface waters? If so, describe the type of waste and anticipated volume of discharge. No. b. Ground Water: 1) Will groundwater be withdrawn from a well for drinking water or other purposes? If so, give a general description of the well, proposed uses and approximate quantities withdrawn from the well. Will water be discharged to groundwater? Give general description, purpose, and approximate quantities if known. No. 2) Describe waste material that will be discharged into the ground from septic tanks or other sources, if any (for example: domestic sewage; industrial, containing the following chemicals... ; agricultural; etc.). Describe the general size of the system, the number of such systems, the number of houses to be served (if applicable), or the number of animals or humans the system(s) are expected to serve. N/A c. Water runoff (including stormwater): 1) Describe the source of runoff (including storm water) and method of collection and disposal, if any (include quantities, if known). Where will this water flow? Will this water flow into other waters? If so, describe. N/A 2) Could waste materials enter ground or surface waters? If so, generally describe. N/A 3) Does the proposal alter or otherwise affect drainage patterns in the vicinity of the site? If so, describe. No. d.Proposed measures to reduce or control surface, ground, and runoff water, and drainage pattern impacts, if any: N/A Bulletin #050 — October 17, 2016 Page 5 of 15 k:\Handouts\Environmental Checklist CITY OF OA�& Federal Way 4. Plants a. Check the types of vegetation found on the site: Department of Community Development 33325 8"' Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 253-835-2607;Fax 253-835-2609 mvw,cityo n'ederal,vay.eoin X deciduous tree: alder, maple, aspen, other evergreen tree: fir, cedar, pine, other X shrubs X grass pasture crop or grain Orchards, vineyards or other permanent crops. wet soil plants: cattail, buttercup, bullrush, skunk cabbage, other water plants: water lily, eelgrass, milfoil, other other types of vegetation b. What kind and amount of vegetation will be removed or altered? N/A c. List threatened and endangered species known to be on or near the site. None known. d. Proposed landscaping, use of native plants, or other measures to preserve or enhance vegetation on the site, if any: N/A e. List all noxious weeds and invasive species known to be on or near the site. None known. 5. Animals a. List any birds and other animals which have been observed on or near the site or are known to be on or near the site. Examples include: birds: hawk, heron, eagle, on bir , other: mammals: deer, bear, elk, beaver, other: squirrels, raccoons fish: bass, salmon, trout, herring, shellfish, other: b. List any threatened and endangered species known to be on or near the site. None known. Bulletin #050 — October 17, 2016 Page 6 of 15 k:\Handouts\Environmental Checklist CITY OF F Federal Way c. Is the site part of a migration route? If so, explain. Department of Community Development 33325 8°i Avenue $oulh Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 253-835-2607;Fax 253-835-2609 ►vwwxiiyoff CI=Iway. cosn Western Washington is in the Pacific Flyway, which is a major north -south flyway for migratory birds in America. Generally, this site is considered part of the Pacific Flyway. d. Proposed measures to preserve or enhance wildlife, if any: N/A e. List any invasive animal species known to be on or near the site. None known. 6. Energy and Natural Resources a. What kinds of energy (electric, natural gas, oil, wood stove, solar) will be used to meet the completed project's energy needs? Describe whether it will be used for heating, manufacturing, etc. N/A b. Would your project affect the potential use of solar energy by adjacent properties? If so, generally describe. No. c. What kinds of energy conservation features are included in the plans of this proposal? List other proposed measures to reduce or control energy impacts, if any: N/A 7. Environmental Health a. Are there any environmental health hazards, including exposure to toxic chemicals, risk of fire and explosion, spill, or hazardous waste, that could occur as a result of this proposal? If so, describe. 1) Describe any known or possible contamination at the site from present or past uses. None known. The project site is located is located in a mapped area of the Tacoma Smelter Plume that is under 20 ppm. 2) Describe existing hazardous chemicals/conditions that might affect project development and design. This includes underground hazardous liquid and gas transmission pipelines located within the project area and in the vicinity. N/A 3) Describe any toxic or hazardous chemicals that might be stored, used, or produced during the project's development or construction, or at any time during the operating life of the project. N/A Bulletin #050 — October 17, 2016 Page 7 of 15 k:\Handouts\Environmental Checklist Department of Community Development 33325 8'h Avenue Srndh CITY OFFederal Way, WA 98003-6325 Federal Way 253-835-2607; Fax 253-835-2609 w %v%v. ci Leo ffede ill wa�_cn nt 4) Describe special emergency services that might be required. None. 5) Proposed measures to reduce or control environmental health hazards, if any: N/A b. Noise 1) What types of noise exist in the area which may affect your project (for example: traffic, equipment, operation, other)? The primary source of noise near the project is the vehicular traffic along 1 st Ave S on the west and S 328th St on the north. 2) What types and levels of noise would be created by or associated with the project on a short- term or a long-term basis (for example: traffic, construction, operation, other)? Indicate what hours noise would come from the site. N/A 3) Proposed measures to reduce or control noise impacts, if any: N/A 8. Land and Shoreline Use a. What is the current use of the site and adjacent properties? Will the proposal affect current land uses on nearby or adjacent properties? If so, describe. The site is currently vacant. Adjacent uses: North, south, and east - multi -family housing West - commercial b. Has the project site been used as working farmlands or working forest lands? if so, describe. How much agricultural or forest land of long-term commercial significance will be converted to other uses as a result of the proposal, if any? If resource lands have not been designated, how many acres in farmland or forest land tax status will be converted to nonfarm or nonforest use? No. 1) Will the proposal affect or be affected by surrounding working farm or forest land normal business operations, such as oversize equipment access, the application of pesticides, tilling, and harvesting? If so, how: No. Bulletin #050 — October 17, 2016 Page 8 of 15 UHandoutsTrivironmental Checklist Department of Community Development , 33325 81h Ave»ue South CITY OF - Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 Federal Way 253-835-2607; Fax 253-835-2609 ww►v.citvoflkde ral►►ay.com c. Describe any structures on the site. The site is currently developed with a vacant fitness facility that is approximately 54,500 SF in size. d. Will any structures be demolished? If so, what? No. e. What is the current zoning classification of the site? The current zoning classification is OP f. What is the current comprehensive plan designation of the site? Commercial g. If applicable, what is the current shoreline master program designation of the site? N/A h. Has any part of the site been classified as a critical area by the city or county? If so, specify. No. i. Approximately how many people would reside or work in the completed project? N/A j. Approximately how many people would the completed project displace? None. k. Proposed measures to avoid or reduce displacement impacts, if any: N/A 1. Proposed measures to ensure the proposal is compatible with existing and projected land uses and plans, if any: Conversion to the same zoning as surrounding properties would ensure compatible development. in. Proposed measures to reduce or control impacts to agricultural and forest lands of long-term commercial significance, if any: N/A 9. Housing a. Approximately how many units would be provided, if any? Indicate whether high, middle, or low- income housing. None. Bulletin #050 — October 17, 2016 Page 9 of 15 k:\Handouts\Environmental Checklist CITY or Federal Way Department of Community Development 33325 8"' Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 253-835-2607; Fax 253-835-2609 tvw-wJIyofrederaIway.com b. Approximately how many units, if any, would be eliminated? Indicate whether high-, middle-, or low-income housing. N/A c. Proposed measures to reduce or control housing impacts, if any: Conversion to the same zoning as surrounding properties would control housing impacts. 10. Aesthetics a. What is the tallest height of any proposed structure(s), not including antennas; what is the principal exterior building material(s) proposed? N/A b. What views in the immediate vicinity would be altered or obstructed? None. c. Proposed measures to reduce or control aesthetic impacts, if any: N/A 11. Light and Glare a. What type of light or glare will the proposal produce? What time of day would it mainly occur? None. b. Could light or glare from the finished project be a safety hazard or interfere with views? No. c. What existing off -site sources of light or glare may affect your proposal? None. d. Proposed measures to reduce or control light and glare impacts, if any: N/A 12. Recreation a. What designated and informal recreational opportunities are in the immediate vicinity? Celebration park is approximately 0.8 miles east of the project site. Bulletin #050 —October 17, 2016 Page 10 of 15 kMandoutsTrivironmental Checklist 4k CJTV OF �� f Federal Way Department of Community Development 33325 80' Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 253-835-2607;Fax 253-835-2609 ►v►vw.ci tvo tTcdc ra I ►aay.co i rL b. Would the proposed project displace any existing recreational uses? If so, describe. No. c. Proposed measures to reduce or control impacts on recreation, including recreation opportunities to be provided by the project or applicant, if any: N/A 13. Historic and Cultural Preservation a. Are there any buildings, structures, or sites, located on or near the site that are over 45 years old listed in or eligible for listing in national, state, or local preservation registers ? If so, specifically describe. While the existing building is over 45 years old, it is unlikely to be eligible. b. Are there any landmarks, features, or other evidence of Indian or historic use or occupation? This may include human burials or old cemeteries. Are there any material evidence, artifacts, or areas of cultural importance on or near the site? Please list any professional studies conducted at the site to identify such resources. None known. c. Describe the methods used to assess the potential impacts to cultural and historic resources on or near the project site. Examples include consultation with tribes and the department of archeology and historic preservation, archaeological surveys, historic maps, GIS data, etc. ESM utilized GIS data from WISAARD to assess potential cultural historic resource impacts near the project site. King County historic preservation GIS data was also utilized to analyze the location of landmarks. d. Proposed measures to avoid, minimize, or compensate for loss, changes to, and disturbance to resources. Please include plans for the above and any permits that may be required. N/A 14. Transportation a. Identify public streets and highways serving the site or affected geographic area and describe proposed access to the existing street system. Show on site plans, if any. The site is served by 1 st Ave S on the west and S 328th St on the north. b. Is the site or affected geographic area currently served by public transit? If so, generally describe. If not, what is the approximate distance to the nearest transit stop? The site is not currently served by public transit. The nearest bus stop is 0.5 miles south, route 903. Bulletin #050 — October 17, 2016 Page 11 of 15 kAHandoutsTrivironinental Checklist 41k Department of Community Development CITY OF 33325 8"' Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 Federal Way 253-835-2607; Fax 253-835-2609 ww►v.citvnffedcral wlty.cnFn c. How many additional parking spaces would the completed projector non -project proposal have? How many would the project or proposal eliminate? None. d. Will the proposal require any new or improvements to existing roads, streets, pedestrian, bicycle or state transportation facilities, not including driveways? If so, generally describe (indicate whether public or private). No. e. Will the projector proposal use (or occur in the immediate vicinity of) water, rail, or air transportation? If so, generally describe. N/A f. How many vehicular trips per day would be generated by the completed project or proposal? If known, indicate when peak volumes would occur and what percentage of the volume would be trucks (such as commercial and nonpassenger vehicles). What data or transportation models were used to make these estimates? None. g. Will the proposal interfere with, affect or be affected by the movement of agricultural and forest products on roads or streets in the area? If so, generally describe. No. h. Proposed measures to reduce or control transportation impacts, if any: N/A 15. Public Services a. Would the project result in an increased need for public services (for example: fire protection, police protection, public transit, health care, schools, other)? If so, generally describe. No. b. Proposed measures to reduce or control direct impacts on public services, if any. None. 16. Utilities a. Circle utilities currently available at the site: lectricit iatural gas ater, refuse service, telephone, sanitary sewe eptie system, other Bulletin #050 —October 17, 2016 Page 12 of 15 k:\Handouts\Environmental Checklist Carr OF Federal 'Way Department of Community Development 33325 81h Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 253-835-2607;Fax 253-835-2609 wwv%,. c i 1yo f lede rail way .co rn b. Describe the utilities that are proposed for the project, the utility providing the service, and the general construction activities on the site or in the immediate vicinity which might be needed. N/A C. SIGNATURE The above answers are true and complete to the best of my knowledge. I understand that the lead agency is relying on them to make its decision. Signature: CXJJ Name of Signee: Nohely Moreno Position and Agency/Organization:. Land Use Planner/ESM Consulting Engineers. LLC Date Submitted: 07/21/2021 Bulletin 4050 — October 17, 2016 Page 13 of 15 k:\Handouts\Environmental Checklist Department of Community Development �. 33325 8`" Avenue South CITY Or Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 Federal Way 253-835-2607;Fax 253-835-2609 www.eilyoMdcrol way, cam D. SUPPLEMENTAL SHEET FOR NONPROJECT ACTIONS (IT IS NOT NECESSARY to use this sheet for project actions) Because these questions are very general, it may be helpful to read them in conjunction with the list of the elements of the environment. When answering these questions, be aware of the extent the proposal, or the types of activities likely to result from the proposal, would affect the item at a greater intensity or at a faster rate than if the proposal were not implemented. Respond briefly and in general terms. 1. How would the proposal be likely to increase discharge to water; emissions to air; production, storage, or release of toxic or hazardous substances; or production of noise? An increase in discharge and emissions may result from the amendment. These will be analyzed in greater detail with a future land use application submittal. The proposal would not increase the production, storage, or release of toxic or hazardous substances. Production of noise would be limited to levels associated with a multi -family neighborhood. Proposed measures to avoid or reduce such increases are: With future land use applications, the applicant will provide the City a Technical Information Report demonstrating compliance with the stormwater manual in effect at the time of application. Additional SEPA review would be required for any future development. 2. How would the proposal be likely to affect plants, animals, fish, or marine life? The future development of the project site would not affect threatened or endangered plants, animals, fish, or marine life. Proposed measures to protect or conserve plants, animals, fish, or marine life are: Future residential landscaping will provide suburban wildlife habitat. 3. How would the proposal be likely to deplete energy or natural resources? The proposal would likely result in an increased need for energy typical of multi -family developments. Natural resources are not likely to be depleted in association with future developments stemming from the comprehensive plan amendment. Proposed measures to protect or conserve energy and natural resources are: Any impacts would be offset by impact fees, levies or taxes required to be paid by the applicant during the development application process and future residents. 4. How would the proposal be likely to use or affect environmentally sensitive areas or areas designated (or eligible or under study) for governmental protection; such as parks, wilderness, wild and scenic rivers, threatened or endangered species habitat, historic or cultural sites, wetlands, floodplains, or prime farmlands? There are no mapped environmentally sensitive areas on site. The demand for parks might increase slightly. Proposed measures to protect such resources or to avoid or reduce impacts are: The applicant will reduce any impacts on the park system by either providing the required open space on site, or request to pay a fee -in -lieu of providing open space. Bulletin #050 —October 17, 2016 Page 14 of 15 k:\Handouts\Envirotunental Checklist Department of Community Development ��L 33325 8�' Avenue SOL1111 0TY OF Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 Federal Way 253-835-2607; Fax 253-835-2609 www.cil yoiTedernlwa .com 5. How would the proposal be likely to affect land and shoreline use, including whether it would allow or encourage land or shoreline uses incompatible with existing plans? The proposal would not affect land and shoreline uses. The adjacent uses are the same or compatible to the proposed land use designation. The commercial designation west of the site complements future residential developments. Proposed measures to avoid or reduce shoreline and land use impacts are: None proposed. 6. How would the proposal be likely to increase demands on transportation or public services and utilities? The future development of the site might increase demands on transportation and utilities typical of a multi- family development. Proposed measures to reduce or respond to such demand(s) are: Utilities will be coordinated with the appropriate service provider to ensure there is adequate availability and the development will not overburden the utility. System Development Charges and impact fees will be paid by the applicant to offset any additional demands the project will have on the systems. Additionally, the applicant will apply for Traffic Concurrency with the City to address any traffic issues that may exist in the area that would need to be resolved as part of this development. 7. Identify, if possible, whether the proposal may conflict with local, state, or federal laws or requirements for the protection of the environment. The proposed comprehensive plan amendment does not conflict with local, state, or federal laws or requirements for the protection of the environment, as it would only change the comprehensive plan designation and zoning. Any future development of the parcel would be reviewed for compliance with environmental protection requirements by the City of Federal Way staff at the time of application. Bulletin #050 — October 17, 2016 Page 15 of 15 k:\HandoutsTnvironinental Checklist RESUBMITTED Jul 21 2021 SEPA Additional Answers - Bally's Comprehensive Plan Amendment CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 3. Address and phone number of applicant and contact person: COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Applicant: Weidner Apartment Homes; C/O: David Avenell 9757 NE Juanita Drive, Suite #300 Kirkland, WA 98034 Ph: (425) 250-7312 Email: Davida@weider.com Agent: ESM Consulting Engineers, LLC; C/O: Eric LaBrie 33400 8th Ave S, Suite 205 Federal Way, WA 98003 Ph: (253) 838-6113 Email: Eric.labrie[ia esmciyll.com 11. Give brief, complete description of your proposal, including the proposed uses and the size of the project and site. There are several questions later in this checklist that ask you to describe certain aspects of your proposal. You do not need to repeat those answers on this page. (Lead agencies may modify this form to include additional specific information on project description.) The applicant is seeking permit approval to amend the comprehensive plan designation of King County Parcel No. 17102-9038 from commercial to multi -family. The proposal would also amend the zoning from OP to RM-1800. 12. Location of the proposal. Give sufficient information for a person to understand the precise location of your proposed project, including a street address, if any, and section, township, and range, if known. If a proposal would occur over a range of area, provide the range or boundaries of the site(s). Provide a legal description, site plan, vicinity map, and topographic map, if reasonably available. King County Parcel #: 172104-9038 Legal Description: LOT 1 OF REV KC SHORT PLAT 1075046 REC AF #7706100878 SD PLAT DAF POR OF SW 1/4 OF NW 1/4 & POR OF NW 1/4 OF SW 1/4 DESC BEG AT NW COR SD SEC TH ALG W LN SD SEC S 01-02-38 W 2922.68 FT TH S 88-57-22 W 42 FT TAP ON ELY LN 1 ST AVE S & TPOB TH ALG ELY MGN SD RD N 0 1 -02-38 E 1604.9 FT TH S 88-49-37 E 686.77 FT TH S 0 1 -02-38 W 1112.24 FT TH S 75-27-16 W 25 FT TH S 0 1 -02-38 W 484.39 FT TH N 88-57-22 W 662.71 FT TO TPOB LESS C/M RGTS IN NW 1/4 City of Federal Way Comprehensive Plan Pngef Sound Map VI4'°'�[.'"N„ CIJ L1 Win Major Parks and Open Spaces i 6es ' M ofFederal nee B o�in µ'ayway� rv.c P aE-• 4- rf -- PaAt s w41 I En_mr SIM zab irrko pt.,r- �- �t � `�t _ . — - 0.1 Mat 1�q !!! 6T N as �512Rlh St PerkCalaGratl e ory r vk Psa41tar 4 yak* opensw 11 Ca it, space } �acoma [ th[3! �_ 'a Kent .M�4." _ 7 3 Zl16tl, 5s _ Csraalat Federal WaY PAA sr -w 1 .0 N I a P. u 4".Lake• Legend k City Limits Federal Way Potential Annexation Area I Milton - City, State and County Parks I - . . ��,a • ~ . 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City of Federal Way Housing Needs Assessment Contents Introduction........................................................................................................................................... 1 Summaryof Findings................................................................................................................................................. 1 HousingTerminology.................................................................................................................................................4 CommunityProfile................................................................................................................................ 7 Population................................................................................................................................................................... 7 Households................................................................................................................................................................10 EmploymentProfile.............................................................................................................................20 Employmentand Wages........................................................................................................................................20 Travelto Work.........................................................................................................................................................22 HousingInventory...............................................................................................................................24 HousingSupply Characteristics.............................................................................................................................24 Homeownership........................................................................................................................................................27 RentalHousing..........................................................................................................................................................32 HousingProduction..................................................................................................................................................34 SubsidizedHousing..................................................................................................................................................36 GapAnalysis...................................................................................................................................... 37 Housing Needed to Accommodate Further Growth..........................................................................................37 IIIDecember 2020 City of Federal Way I Housing Needs Assessment Introduction This housing needs assessment presents an evaluation of current housing needs and supply in Federal Way, across the full spectrum of household types and income levels. This assessment will help evaluate potential options and guide implementation so that the Housing Action Plan (HAP) plan strategies are based on data and connect to the needs of residents. The assessment helps to answer the following kinds of questions: ■ Who lives and works in Federal Way and what are their socioeconomic characteristics? ■ What types of housing are available in Federal Way? ■ Are there any groups of people who are not able to find housing that is safe, inclusive, and meets their household needs? ■ How much housing, and what types of housing, are needed to meet current and future housing needs of Federal Way residents? This housing needs assessment is organized into four main sections: a community profile, an employment profile, a housing inventory, and a gap analysis. Below is a summary of overall findings. SUMMARY OF FINDINGS For many years Federal Way has been a place where people could live affordably in the Puget Sound region. The community offers lower- and moderate -income housing within a short commute of both Seattle and Tacoma. It also offers higher income housing with sweeping views and easy access to the Puget Sound. Regional growth pressures resulted in greater demand for housing and higher prices for housing in and around Seattle. Growth did not occur evenly throughout the region, resulting in a unique pattern of housing needs and demands for Federal Way. Federal Way's demographics highlight that the community needs a range of housing types to accommodate its population. Housing is needed for families with children, larger households, and smaller one- and two -person households. Like most of the region, Federal Way also has a growing number of older adults. Variety in Federal Way's housing is necessary to meet the needs of changing needs of community members throughout their lifecycle. • Children and youth make up a larger portion of the population in Federal Way than in King County as a whole: 27% of Federal Way residents are age 19 or under, compared with 22% of King County residents. • Nearly 20% of Federal Way's population is over age 60 and an additional 1 3% of the population will reach that age within the next 10 years. ■ Whereas the King County overall has 8% of households with five or more members, 1 3% of Federal 11 December 2020 City of Federal Way I Housing Needs Assessment Way households are in this category. About a quarter of all households have only one or two members in Federal Way. This is slightly below the King County trend but speaks to a continued need for smaller unit housing. Since Federal Way historically provided an affordable option for people seeking housing in the region, it was an attractive community for households with low and moderate incomes. However, rising regional prices have increased housing costs in Federal Way, resulting in high levels of household cost burden. Cost burden occurs when households spend more than 30% of their income on housing costs. Households experiencing cost burden have less money available for other essential expenses such as childcare, food, healthcare, transportation, and education. Rising rents also increase the rate of eviction and are the primary driver of homelessness in Washington State.1 As a result, cost burden increases the need for a variety of community supports and social services. Nearly 40% of all households in Federal Way are cost -burdened (over 13,000 households in total). Cost burden is most common among both owner and renter households with incomes below 50% of area median income (AMI). Housing costs are rising faster than incomes. The median annual wages in the four largest employment sectors in Federal Way —health care and social assistance, retail trade, accommodation and food services, and educational services —range between approximately $32,000 and $51,500. Affordable monthly housing costs for such incomes range from $798 to $1,289. On average, over 2% of renter households in Federal Way experience an eviction filing each year between 2004 and 2017. This rate is nearly double for Black households, echoing similar patterns in other South King County communities. Eviction is extremely traumatic and disruptive. It often results in homelessness and/or prolonged housing insecurity. In addition, rising housing costs and cost burden are barriers to homeownership. Homeownership is an important mechanism for building and securing household wealth and for creating investment in the community. The barriers to homeownership are multi -faceted and not unique to Federal Way, but they still profoundly affect the community. Homeownership requires financial means, including a stable income and savings for a down payment, that put it out of reach for many households based on income limitations or existing cost -burden. Even when households may have the means, homeownership requires a knowledge base that is not shared by all. This includes knowing about building and repairing credit, application processes and procedures, and banking. BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) households disproportionately lack access to this knowledge base, particularly those households who do not come from a tradition of homeownership due to immigration status or systemic inequities. Addressing the barriers to homeownership is an important need for supporting equity and community -building in Federal Way. New housing production has been far slower than is necessary to meet both existing and expected future demand for housing in Federal Way. Housing production shortages increase competition for available units and drive up rents and housing prices. New housing is needed at all affordability levels in the community and to meet a variety of household needs. This includes both smaller and larger unit types, rental and ownership units, and housing for households with moderate and low incomes. This may include ' Washington State Department of Commerce, 2018, Drivers of Homelessness in Washington State. IIIDecember 2020 City of Federal Way I Housing Needs Assessment single-family housing, multifamily housing, and a variety of "missing middle" housing types that offer attached single-family or smaller -sized multifamily housing such as duplexes, townhomes, or cottages. ■ Federal Way needs to add about 6,800 new units before 2040 to accommodate population growth and account for past underproduction. This equates to an average production of 339 additional units each year, a 68% increase over recent housing production trends. ■ Federal Way has seen no new multifamily housing permit activity since mid-2017 following a moratorium on multifamily housing permits and an increased impact fee to support the Federal Way School District. ■ At least a third of the existing housing gap is for Lower -income households (making 50% of AMI or less). Most residents in this income range would require a housing subsidy to afford housing without being cost -burdened. ■ Federal Way has seen little production of "missing middle" housing, such as duplex or multiplex (3-4 unit) units. Only about 9% of Federal Way's housing stock consists of these types. ■ For some in the development community, Federal Way is seen as "built out" based on its existing zoning. Zoning changes that allow additional density or development types could support new development. There is increased awareness of the need to address systemic inequities that have affected BIPOC for generations in the United States. In Federal Way, like other places, the results of these inequities can be seen in disparities in income, homeownership, and evictions. While this an issue that Federal Way will not solve alone, improving equity for BIPOC residents can start with a commitment to addressing housing disparities. Reducing cost burden, which disproportionately affects BIPOC households, provides families with opportunities to invest in their future. It is particularly important to increase the supply of housing affordable to households with income below 50% AMI, for whom cost burden is particularly impactful. Programs that support pathways to ownership for BIPOC households would increase BIPOC's share of investment and wealth -building in the community and begin to reverse historical trends of exclusion and systemic racism. Federal Way can address housing needs and challenges and improve conditions for existing residents through its Housing Action Plan. New investments in housing are also an opportunity for community - building that will enhance quality of life and support smart, equitable, and healthy growth in Federal Way. Regional investments in light rail provide the opportunity for new housing choices and transit - oriented development (TOD) around Federal Way's new light rail stations. Building new housing around community assets such as transportation, social services, employment, education, and childcare supports growing families and older adults aging in place. New housing provides the opportunity to integrate such assets in parts of the community where they are less available. IIIDecember 2020 City of Federal Way I Housing Needs Assessment HOUSING TERMINOLOGY Below are definitions of terms, data sources, and acronyms used in this needs assessment. Housing Types Affordable Housing. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) considers housing to be affordable if a household spends no more than 30 percent of its income on housing costs. A healthy housing market includes a variety of housing types that are affordable to a range of different household income levels. However, the term "affordable housing" is often used to describe subsidized and income -restricted housing available only to qualifying low-income households. Income -restricted housing can be located in public, nonprofit, or for -profit housing developments. It can also include households using vouchers to help pay for market -rate housing. Inclusionary Housing. In this study, "inclusionary housing" refers to the vision of supporting a local housing market that provides a diversity of housing types at different affordability levels and meets the diverse social, geographical, and design needs of individuals and families. The goal is to make sure there are housing options are attainable to anyone who wishes to live in Federal Way, inclusive of their level of income. Income Measures Area Median Income (AMI) refers to HUD Area Median Family Household Income. HUD calculates AMI for counties or metropolitan regions.' Federal Way is in the Seattle -Bellevue Metro Area, which includes all of King and Snohomish counties. In 2020, the Seattle -Bellevue Metro AMI was $1 1 3,300 for a 4-person household. HUD sets income limits to qualify for affordable housing relative to AMI. When classifying households by income level, HUD adjusts these income limit thresholds based on household size. This reflects the fact that housing and living costs are higher for larger households than they are for smaller households. Cost Burden. Households that spend more than 30 percent of their gross income on housing, including utilities are considered "cost -burdened." Cost -burdened households have less money available for other essentials, like food, clothing, transportation, and medical care. Income -Restricted Housing. This term refers to housing units that are only available to households with incomes at or below a set income limit and are offered for rent or sale at a below -market rates. Some income -restricted rental housing is owned by a city or housing authority, while others may be privately owned. In the latter case, the owners typically receive a subsidy in the form of a tax credit or property tax exemption. As a condition of their subsidy, these owners must offer a set percentage of all units as income -restricted and affordable to households at a designated income level. Low -Income. Households that are designated as "low-income" may qualify for income -subsidized housing units. HUD categorizes households as "low-income," "very low-income," or "extremely low- income" relative to area median income (AMI), with adjustments for number of household members. 2 Note that HUD sometimes refers to HUD Area Median Family Income as just Median Family Income, or MFI. See https://www.huduser.gov/portaI/datasets/iI.htmI IIIDecember 2020 City of Federal Way I Housing Needs Assessment II 4 Exhibit 1 summarizes these categories and income limits by household size for the Seattle -Bellevue Metro area, which includes Federal Way. ■ Median family income is calculated based only on the incomes of family households (those with two or more related persons living together). Median family income is typically higher than median household income (which is based on all households, including one -person households). ■ Severe Cost Burden. Households spending more than 50 percent of their gross income on housing, including utilities, are "severely cost -burdened." Severely cost -burdened households have less money available for other essentials, like food, clothing, transportation, and medical care. Exhibit 1. Income Limits for Grouping Households by Income Level in Seattle -Bellevue Metro Area Extremely Low- 30% $25,080 $28,680 $32,250 $35,820 $38,700 $41,580 Income Very Low- 50% $41,800 $47,800 Income Low -Income 80% $66,880 $76,480 Middle -Income 100% $79,310 $90,640 Sources: HUD, 2020; BERK, 2020. Data Sources $53,750 $59,700 $64,500 $69,300 $86,000 $95,520 $103,200 $1 10,880 ......... ............ ......... ......... $101,970 $1 13,300 $122,360 $131,430 ■ The American Community Survey (ACS) is an ongoing nationwide survey conducted by the U.S. Census Bureau. It is designed to provide communities with current data about how they are changing. The ACS collects information such as age, race, income, commute time to work, home value, veteran status, and other important data from US households. ■ The Comprehensive Housing Affordability Strategy (CHAS) is a dataset published by HUD. Based on custom data tabulations from the ACS, the CHAS provides insight into current housing circumstances, needs, and problems, with an emphasis on the needs of low-income families. ■ Qualitative Data. BERK and MAKERS collected qualitative information from community and housing industry stakeholders to better understand housing Federal Way. Information was collected through interviews, small group discussions, and the Stakeholder Advisory Group. AlDecember 2020 City of Federal Way I Housing Needs Assessment 5 Households and Individuals ■ Household. A household is a group of people living within the same housing unit.3 Such individuals may be related. A person living alone in a housing unit, or a group of unrelated people sharing a housing unit, is also counted as a household. People living in college dormitories, military barracks, nursing homes, or other "group quarters" are not considered to be living in households. ■ Householder. This is an adult resident who answered the Census survey on their household's behalf. Summaries of households by race or ethnicity typically focus on the race or ethnicity of the householder, and other members of the household may identify with other racial or ethnic groups. ■ Household Income. The U.S. Census Bureau defines household income as the sum of the income of all people 15 years and older living together in a household. ■ Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC). In this report, we use "Black, Indigenous, and people of color" to refer to people who identify as any race other than White alone, as well as Hispanic and Latino persons of any race. 3 The Census Bureau sometimes refers to "occupied housing units" and considers all persons living in an occupied housing unit to be a single household. So, Census estimates of occupied housing units and households should be equivalent. IIIDecember 2020 City of Federal Way I Housing Needs Assessment 6 Community Profile POPULATION As of 2020, the estimated population of Federal Way is 98,340. Since 2010, the City of Federal Way has grown at an average annual rate of 1.1 %, which is below the countywide average annual growth rate of 1.6%.4 Age of Population Children and youth make up a larger portion of the population in Federal Way than in King County as a whole: 27% of Federal Way residents are aged 19 or under, compared with 22% of King County residents. This indicates that housing for families with children is a need within the City of Federal Way. Federal Way has a proportionally smaller population of young adults aged 20 to 39: this group makes up 28% of Federal Way residents but 32% of King County residents (Exhibit 2). Similar to King County as a whole, nearly 20% of Federal Way's population is over age 60 and an additional 1 3% of the population will reach age 60 within the next 10 years. Many of these residents will have specific and changing housing needs as they age. A diversity of housing types can be an important asset to support independent adults that are aging in place. Single-family homes may work for some aging adults, but others may require or desire maintenance -free housing or need accommodations for limited mobility or sensory impairments. Services, health care, social opportunities, shopping, transportation, and other needs may be more accessible to older adults who live in denser neighborhoods with those opportunities nearby. While many of the older households in Federal Way have the financial means to afford adequate housing and services, many others will not. 4 Washington State Office of Financial Management. 2020. "April 1 population estimates." https://www.ofm.wa.gov/washington-data-research population-demographics[population-estimates/april-l-official- population-estimates 'I December 2020 City of Federal Way I Housing Needs Assessment 7 Exhibit 2. Population Distribution by Age and Gender in City of Federal Way (left) and King County (right) 70 years and rner 60 to 69 years 50 to 59 years 40 to 49 years 30 to 39 years 20 to 29 years 10 to 19 years 0 to 9 years ■Male ■Female Sources: ACS 5-year Estimates, 2014-20 7 8; BERK, 2020. Race and Ethnicity 70 years and over 5% 60 to 69 years 5% 50 to 59 years 60/� 40 to 49 years 30 to 39 years 20 to 29 years -� 10 to 19 years -� 0 to 9 years ■Mole ■Female Federal Way is more racially and ethnically diverse than King County as a whole: in 2018, 47% of Federal Way residents identified as a race other than White alone, as compared with 35% for King County as a whole (Exhibit 3). Federal Way has a larger proportion of Hispanic residents than King County as a whole, with 19% of Federal Way residents identifying as Hispanic, Latino, or of Spanish origin compared with 10% of residents in King County as a whole (Exhibit 4). 11 December 2020 City of Federal Way I Housing Needs Assessment 8 Exhibit 3. Percentage of BIPOC Population by Race in City of Federal Way and King County 50% 45% 40% 35% 30% 25% 20% 15°/u 10% 5% 0% 47% 35% ■ Two or more races ■ Some other race ■ Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander ■Asian ■American Indian and Alaskan Native ■ Black or African American 2018 2018 Federal Way city, Washington King County, Washington Note: This exhibit only presents race and does not present ethnicity. Individuals who identify as ethnically Hispanic, Latino, or of Spanish origin AND as a race other than White alone are included here under their self -identified race. Individuals who identify as ethnically Hispanic, Latino, or of Spanish origin AND White alone are not included in this exhibit. Sources: ACS 5-year Estimates, 2006-20 7 0 & 20 7 4-20 7 8; BERK, 2020. Exhibit 4. Percentage of Population by Race and Ethnicity in City of Federal Way and King County 100 % 32% 36% 25% 30% 75% 50% 25% 0% 2010 2018 2010 2018 Federal Way King County Sources: ACS 5-year Estimates, 2006-2010 & 2014-2018; BERK, 2020. Black, Indigenous, and people of color, non -Hispanic ■ Hispanic of any race ■ White only, non -Hispanic 'I December 2020 City of Federal Way I Housing Needs Assessment 0 HOUSEHOLDS As of 2018, there were an estimated 35,589 households in the City of Federal Way. This represents an increase of 2,348 households since 2012, when the estimated total was 33,241.5 Housing Tenure As of 2018, an estimated 56% of households in the City of Federal Way owned their home, while 44% were renting their home. This represents a slight decline in the proportion of owner household units since 2012, when 57% of Federal Way households were homeowners and 43% were renters. Federal Way is very similar to King County as a whole on this measure: countywide, 57% of households were homeowners and 43% were renters as of 2018.6 A healthy housing market includes a mix of both ownership and rental housing types to meet the needs of a diversity of households and income levels. Not all households can afford homeownership or desire to own a home. There is some evidence that higher rates of homeownership in a community are associated with a higher median length of residence (amount of time living the same housing unit). Higher rates of homeownership are also linked to higher property values, though that relationship may work in reverse, with higher property values leading to the higher ownership rates.? Household Size The term "household" refers to a group of people living together in a single housing unit. As of 2018, the average household size in the City of Federal Way is 2.7 individuals, slightly higher than the King County average of 2.5 individuals per household.' As shown in Exhibit 5, two -person households are the most common household size overall in Federal Way. Among renter households, one -person households are the most common size. While smaller households are more common, there are still a significant number of larger households in Federal Way. More than 7,500 households have four or more members. Compared to King County as a whole, Federal Way has a slightly lower proportion of small households: 24% of Federal Way households have one or two members compared to 29% of King County households. Federal Way also has a higher proportion of large households than King County: 1 3% of Federal Way households have five or more members compared to 8% for King County.9 5 ECONorthwest. 2020. Federal Way: South King County Sub -Regional Housing Action Plan Framework. Original data from the U.S. Census Bureau Public Use Microdata Sample (PUMS), 2018. 6 U.S. Census Bureau. 2014-201 8. American Community Survey 5-year Estimates. 7 Mallach. A. 2016. Homeownership and the Stability of Middle Neighborhoods. Community Development Innovation Review. Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. httl2s://www.frbsf.org/community-development/publications/community-development- investment-review/2016/august/homeownership-and-the-stability-of-middle-neighborhoods/# ftn20 8 U.S. Census Bureau. 2014-201 8. Table CP04. American Community Survey 5-year Estimates. 9 U.S. Census Bureau. 2014-201 8. Table B25009. American Community Survey 5-year Estimates. IIIDecember 2020 City of Federal Way I Housing Needs Assessment II 10 Exhibit 5. Household Size by Tenure in City of Federal Way on o O S N 7 O T Owner -occupied 00 Renter -occupied 7,243 cr + Total Un n a 4,751 4,567 v 3,768 3,412 n .n 2,687 ci 2,264 1,815 ■ 1 d82 l- ^ 6 305 1-person 2-person 3-person 4-person 5-person 6-person 7+ person household household household household household household household Sources: ACS 5-year Estimates, 20 7 4-2018; BERK, 2020. The breakdown of households by tenure and size has changed over the past decade. Exhibit 6 shows the gain or loss of renter and owner households by household size between 2010 and 2018. Most of the increases were in large (5+ person) and small (two -person) households and were among renter households. Between 2010 and 2018, the City experienced a net gain of more than 1,300 households with five or more members, the overwhelming majority of which (1,070 households) were renter households. There was an overall decline of more than 500 three- and four -person households, with the losses coming primarily from owner households. While the number of two -person owner households remained relatively stable, the city experienced an increase of more than 500 two -person renter households over the same period. Exhibit 6. Change in Number of Households by Household Size and Tenure in City of Federal Way, 2010-2018 1,500 N 1,000 S Gt 3 0 528 = 500 - 0 ■ 42 Z 0 -21 44 -130 a� u -280 -274 V -500_____________________________________________________________ ------------------- 462 -1,000 ________________.__________________________________________________________________________________________. 1-person 2-person 3-person 4-person Household Size Sources: ACS 5-year Estimates, 2006-2010 & 2074-2018; BERK, 2020. 1,070 262 ■ 5+ person ■ Renter Households ■ Owner Households 11 December 2020 City of Federal Way I Housing Needs Assessment Household Income In 2018, the median household income in the City of Federal Way was $48,629 for renters, $85,607 for homeowners, and $66,653 across all households (Exhibit 7).10 Federal Way is part of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's (HUD's) Seattle -Bellevue Metro Area, which includes all of King County. In 2020, the HUD Area Median Family Household Income for a four -person household for the Seattle -Bellevue HUD Metro Area (also known as Area Median Income or AMI) was $1 13,300.11 It is important to note that the median household income for Federal Way households is substantially below the AMI, which is the base metric used in a number of affordability measures throughout this report. The majority of households in Federal Way have incomes below the AMI, and so are more likely to face housing affordability challenges than the typical residents of the HUD Seattle -Bellevue Metro Area. Exhibit 7. Median Household Income by Tenure in City of Federal Way Renter $37,378 $48,629 30% Owner $68,694 $85,607 25% All $49,976 $66,653 33% Sources: ECONorthwest, 2020; PUMS, 2012 & 2018; ACS 1-year Estimates, 2012 & 2018; BERK, 2020. Exhibit 8. Distribution of Households by AMI in City of Federal Way 28°, 27°S 26% no 23'ti, y9k 229421% 214, 20 10� i 0-30% 30-50% 50-80% 80-100% +100% Household Income as % of AMI Year ■ 2012 2018 Sources: ECONorthwest, 2020; PUMS, 2072 & 2018. Exhibit 8 shows the distribution of households in Federal Way by household income as a percentage of the area median income for the Bellevue -Seattle HUD Metro area. In 2018, an estimated 74% of households in Federal Way had incomes at or below the AMI, while 26% had incomes greater than the AMI. As shown in Exhibit 9, households that own their homes in Federal Way are more likely to have higher incomes: 40% of homeowners have incomes above the AMI compared with just 11 % of renters. 10 ECONorthwest. 2020. Federal Way: South King County Sub -Regional Housing Action Plan Framework. Original data from the U.S. Census Bureau Public Use Microdata Sample (PUMS), 2018. 11 U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. 2018. "FY 2018 Income Limits Documentation System." HUD User. https://www.huduser.gov/12ortal/datasets/ii/il2Ol 8/201 8summa ry.odn 11 December 2020 City of Federal Way I Housing Needs Assessment II 12 This is an indicator that homeownership may be unaffordable for many moderate and even middle - income households in Federal Way. More information about homeownership affordability is provided later in this assessment. Exhibit 9. Distribution of Households by AMI and Tenure in City of Federal Way Renters Owners 11 40 0% 25% 50% 75% 1DO% Household Income (as % of MI) 0-30% 0-M% 50-80% 80-100% +100°lam Sources: ECONorthwest, 2020. The distribution of household income levels also differs by race and ethnicity, as shown in Exhibit 10. Among White, non -Hispanic households, 45% of households have incomes above the AML` Among households of color (including Hispanic/Latino households), 29% have incomes above the AMI. Exhibit 10. Distribution of Households by AMI and Race in City of Federal Way Black, Indigenous, and people of color 18% 16% 10% (including Hispanic) White only, non- 14% Hispanic Sources: HUD CHAS (based on ACS 5-year Estimates, 20 7 2-20 7 6); BERK, 2020. ■ Extremely Low -Income (530%AMI) ■ Very Low -Income (>30 to t50%AMI) Low -Income (}50 to <_800/bAMI) ■Moderate Income (>80 to <100%AMI) ■ Above Median Income (71 000/n AMI) 12 The race ethnicity of a household is determined by the race or ethnicity of the "householder." The householder is the person in whose name the housing unit is owned or rented. 11 December 2020 City of Federal Way I Housing Needs Assessment II 13 Cost -Burdened Households Cost -burdened households are defined as those that spend more than 30% of their income on housing costs. Severely cost -burdened households are those that spend more than 50% of their income on housing. Exhibit 11 shows the cost -burdened status of households by percentage of AMI and tenure in Federal Way.13 The likelihood of being cost -burdened or severely cost -burdened tracks with income categories in this data: the lower a household's income (by category, as a percentage of area median income), the more likely the household is to be cost -burdened or severely cost -burdened. Where sufficient housing available, either through attainable market -rates or through subsidized affordability programs, this does not have to be the case. Exhibit 11. Distribution of Cost -Burdened Status (Households) by AMI and Tenure in City of Federal Way Owner 100% a4% 75% 71 % 05 50% 30% 32% 2Ilion i � 0% 0% 3% o% CD 09b eD D Renter az 100% b996 a2 87% 4- 75% 50% 44% 25% "% , IN 196 0g6 D°k o96 ()% 0-30% 0-50% 50-80% 80-100% +100% ■ Coalburdened Severe cost burdened Note: percentage of AMI is shown along the horizontal axis. Sources: ECONorthwest, 2020; PUMS, 2078. The rate of housing cost -burden among households in Federal Way with incomes less than 50% of AMI is very high. Most households in Federal Way with incomes 30% or less than AMI are severely cost - burdened. Eighty-two percent of renter households and 71 % of owner households in this income category are severely cost -burdened. More than half of households with incomes between 30 and 50% of AMI are cost -burdened in Federal Way, though the rate is higher for renter households. Eighty-seven percent of renter households and 59% of owner households in this income category are cost -burdened. The percentage of households that are cost burdened is significantly lower for households with incomes above 80% of AMI. The cost burden data used above are the most current available, but reflect conditions surveyed between 2012 and 2016. As will be shown later in this needs assessment, rents in Federal Way have increased 13 As described in the Housing Terminology section of this report, AMI is measured relative to the King -Snohomish region and not just Federal Way. 11 December 2020 City of Federal Way I Housing Needs Assessment 14 significantly since this time period. Additionally, while there is not a data source with accurate information on the impact of the COVID pandemic, it is widely acknowledged that households experiencing COVID- related income losses have less ability to pay housing costs. Therefore, it is likely that the problem of household cost burden has also increased significantly. The likelihood of being cost -burdened also differs by race and ethnicity in Federal Way. Forty-six percent of households of color and/or Hispanic households are cost -burdened in the city, compared with 33% of White, non -Hispanic households. Twenty-four percent of households of color and/or Hispanic households are severely cost -burdened, while just 14% of White households are (Exhibit 12). Exhibit 12. Cost -Burdened Status by Householder Race in City of Federal Way BIPOC (including Hispanic) White only, non -Hispanic /0 0% 10% 2G% 30% 40% 50% 60°/n 7G% 80% 90% 100% ■Severely Cost -Burdened (>509/6) ■ Cost. Burdened (30-50%) Not Cost -Burdened Not Computed Metal Cost -Burdened Sources: ACS 5-year Estimates, 20 7 4-20 7 8; BERK, 2020. 11 December 2020 City of Federal Way I Housing Needs Assessment II 15 Exhibit 13 shows the number of cost -burdened households by AMI grouping and household type in Federal Way. As noted previously, while there are households struggling with housing costs across the entire income spectrum, the greatest number are among households with incomes below 30% of HUD AMI. In terms of household type, the greatest need is among small families, among which nearly 5,600 households are cost -burdened. There is also a substantial number of cost -burdened older adult households, including nearly 1,200 older adult families and over 2,300 older adults living alone. 11 December 2020 City of Federal Way I Housing Needs Assessment II 16 Exhibit 13. Cost -Burdened Households by Household Type and AMI Grouping Older Adult Family ........................................................................................ . .. Older Adult Living Alone ........... Large Family .......................................................................................... Small Family Other Total A25 160 205 150 239 1,179 1,280 ........................... 545 _......................................................................... _............................................................................... 340 140 ......................................................................... 40 _....................................................... 2,345 580 530 225 140 55 1,530 2,270 .................................... 1,885 ...................... _............................................................................... 874 255 ........ ......... 310 ....................................................... 5,594 950 ......... 1,050 ........ ...._.... 280 ......... ......... 185 ........ ......... 90 ........ .................. 2,555 5,505 ......... 4,170 .................. _ ...._.... 1,924 ......... ......... 870 ......... ......... 734 ......... .................. 13,203 Notes: Older Adult Family — Two persons, either or both age 62+. Older Adult Living Alone — A person age 62+ living alone. Small Family — Families with 2-4 members (excluding older adult families). Large Family — Families with 5 or more members. Other — Non -family, non -older adult households (includes those living alone). Sources: ACS 5-year Estimates, 2012-2076; BERK, 2020. In Federal Way, cost burden is more concentrated among households with incomes less than 50% of AMI than it is in King County as a whole: 73% of cost -burdened households in Federal Way have incomes below 50% of AMI, compared with 59% of cost -burdened households in King County as a whole. This implies that households with incomes above 50% of AMI living in Federal Way are much less likely to experience cost burden than those living in other parts of King County. Nonetheless, there is a great deal of need for housing that is affordable and inclusive to households with very low and extremely low incomes in Federal Way. Housing cost burden is also more common among older adult households in Federal Way than it is in King County as a whole: 42% of older adult households are cost -burdened in Federal Way, compared to 38% in King County as a whole. Housing Vulnerability and Displacement Risk Households evicted from rental housing are at greater risk of housing insecurity, vulnerability to exploitation, and homelessness. Households with a history of evictions or eviction filings14 can face significant challenges finding rental housing as many landlords conduct background checks and screen out applicants with eviction records. Recognizing that there are many reasons why a household may be unable to pay rent, including economic insecurity, job loss, or unexpected medical expenses, many communities provide renter protections to reduce the likelihood that short-term economic setbacks result in 14 Eviction filing is a legal notice of an eviction suit —not all eviction filings result in actual evictions, in which a household is forced to leave their housing unit. Instead, a renter household may move out preemptively, pay overdue rent, or reach some other settlement with the landlord. However, eviction filings are public record and may be seen be future potential landlords when conducting background checks. IIIDecember 2020 City of Federal Way I Housing Needs Assessment II 17 evictions and subsequent displacement. In addition, tenants financially impacted by the COVID-1 9 pandemic may have accumulated significant debt in the form of rent arrears. While a state mandate is temporarily protecting these tenants from eviction, such households are likely to face eviction when the mandate is lifted unless additional protections are put into place. The Evictions Study by the University of Washington and University of California Berkeley tracks eviction filing rates across much of the Central Puget Sound Region, including Federal Way.15 The eviction filing rate is the rate of eviction filings per 100 renting households per year.16 This is distinct from the eviction rate, which is the rate of households actually evicted from their housing per 100 renting households. Nationally, the rate of eviction filings is two to three times the rate of evictions.17 In the City of Federal Way, the rate of eviction filings is highest in the southeastern portion of the city, around SW 356th St andWA-99, where the eviction filing rate between 2004 and 2017 was nearly 7%. The rate is also comparatively high, at 5.2%, in the area around 320rh St and 1 1 rh Ave SW and in the area around Military Rd S and S 304th St, at 4.3%. Exhibit 14 shows the eviction filing rate by census tract in the City of Federal Way and surrounding areas. Exhibit 14. Eviction Filing Rate by Census Tract Estimated Eviction Rate ' S-1 3-5% 2-3% 1-2% ❑— 1% Insufficient Data Source: The Evictions Study, 2017. 15 University of Washington. 2017. "The Evictions Study Map." Center for Studies in Demography and Ecology. https: //tesseract.csde.washington.edu:8080 /shiny /evictionmaps/ 16 The Evictions Study calculates eviction filing rates by dividing the number of eviction filings in a specific geography (e.g., census tract) by the number of renting households in that area according to ACS 201 3-2017 5-year estimates (https: //tesseract.csde.washington.edu:8080/shiny/evictionmaps). 17 Eviction Lab. 2016. "National Estimates: Eviction in America." Princeton University. a 11 December 2020 City of Federal Way I Housing Needs Assessment II 18 The rate of eviction filings differs by the race of the renting household, as shown in Exhibit 15 and Exhibit 16. In the City of Federal Way, the eviction filing rate for White renters was 1.46% between 2004 and 2017. For Black renters, the rate was more than double-3.94%—over the same period. The rates for Latino and Asian renters fall in between, at 2.10% and 2.05%, respectively. The overall eviction filing rate in Federal way is similar to that of other South King County cities, such as Auburn and Kent, which have eviction filing rates of 1.92% and 2.19% respectively. The racial and ethnic disparities in these other cities follow the same pattern as in Federal Way: in both Auburn and Kent, Black renters are the most likely to experience an eviction filing and White or Asian renters are the least likely to experience one. Exhibit 16 shows the eviction filing rate by census tract for Black and White renter households in Federal Way and surrounding areas. Higher rates of eviction filings for BIPOC households, particularly Black households, indicates that these households face a greater displacement risk and are more housing vulnerable than White households. Exhibit 15. Eviction Filing Rate by Race in the City of Federal Way Black 3.94% Hispanic or Latino 2.10% Asian 2.05% White 1.46% All 2.21 % Sources: The Evictions Study, 2077; BERK, 2020. IIIDecember 2020 City of Federal Way I Housing Needs Assessment II 19 Exhibit 16. Eviction Filing Rates for Black and White Renter Households by Census Tract Black Renter Households Estimated Eviction Rate 5 — 100% 3-5% 2-3% 1-2% ❑-1% Insufficient Data White Renter Households M Note: Areas with fewer than 100 renting households of the specified race are omitted. Source: The Evictions Study, 2077. a 11 December 2020 City of Federal Way I Housing Needs Assessment II 20 Employment Profile EMPLOYMENT AND WAGES As of 2018, there were more than 30,000 jobs based in Federal Way. Exhibit 17 summarizes the number of jobs in Federal Way by sector, the change in the number of jobs between 2010 and 2018, median salary by sector, and percentage of jobs within each sector accessible by car and transit. The largest numbers of jobs in Federal Way are available in the sectors of health care and social assistance (7,900 jobs), retail (4,900), accommodation and food services (3,700), and educational services (2,600). The median annual wages in the four largest employment sectors in Federal Way —health care and social assistance, retail trade, accommodation and food services, and educational services —range between approximately $32,000 and $51,500. 'I December 2020 City of Federal Way I Housing Needs Assessment 21 Exhibit 18 shows the maximum housing costs that would be affordable to a household with an annual income equal to the median annual wage in these four sectors. "Affordable" here means that a household could spend up to that amount on housing costs (whether renting or owning) and not exceed 30% of their total income. Affordable monthly housing costs for such households range from $798 to $1,289. See the sections on IIIDecember 2020 City of Federal Way I Housing Needs Assessment 22 Home Values and Homeownership Affordability and Rental Housing Costs and Affordability for more details on the availability of housing that is affordable for these households. Exhibit 17. Employment Profile and Trends by Sector in City of Federal Way Federal Way Ern ploy anent Numbers Regional Access to Employment Industry (2-digit NAICS Code) Employees # Change % Change Median Salary % Jobs by % Jobs by (2018) (2008-2018) (2008-2018) (2018) Auto Transit Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and 19 14 280° $36,563 24% 000 Hunting Mining, Quarrying, and Dil and Gas Extraction 22 17 340% NA 47% 6% utilities 0 -8 -100% $93,542 24% 1% Construction 1,085 138 15% $50,362 44% 1% Manufacturing 308 -416 -57% $62,420 45% 1% Wholesale Trade 1,093 302 38% $47,864 51% 2% Retail Trade 4,914 -394 -7% $40,378 39% 3% Transportation and Warehousing 569 106 23% $50,920 66% 4% Information 105 -256 -71 % $57,418 6% 0% Finance and Insurance 1,424 193 16% $63,308 24% 2% Real Estate and Rental and 1,024 318 45% $41,974 34% 3% Leasing Professional, Scientific, and 1,447 98 7% $74,257 16% 1% Technical Services _ Management of Companies and 99 -2,861 -97% $46,319 26% 1% Enterprises Administrative and Support and Waste Management and 913 -326 -26% $33,333 38% 3% Remediabon services Educational Services 2,614 281 12% $51,543 34% 2% Health Care and Social Assistance 7,927 2,615 49% $45,870 36% 2% Arts, Entertainment, and 472 -272 -37% $50,625 33% 3% Recreation Accommodation and Food 3,680 -04 -2% $31,935 35% 4% Services _ Other Service 952 -558 -37% $44,544 34% 2% Public Administration 1,772 33 2% $59,243 38% 3% Sources: ECONorthwest, 2020; PSRC, 2018. 11 December 2020 City of Federal Way I Housing Needs Assessment 23 Exhibit 18. Median Annual Wage and Maximum Affordable Monthly Housing Cost in the Largest Employment Sectors, City of Federal Way Health care and social assistance $45,870 $1,147 Retail trade $40,378 $1,009 Accommodation and food services $31,935 $798 Educational services $51,543 $1,289 Sources: ECONorthwest, 2020; PSRC, 2078, BERK, 2020. TRAVEL TO WORK Federal Way is located within the Seattle -Tacoma -Bellevue metropolitan area, and residents from Federal way are employed in cities throughout the area. Exhibit 19 shows the locations that are accessible from Federal Way within 45 minutes by transit and car during normal commute times. Under existing traffic and transit conditions, most areas of Federal Way and some of the surrounding cities are accessible within 45 minutes by transit, but the major employment centers of downtown Seattle and Tacoma can only be reached by car within the same timeframe. Exhibit 19. Map of Locations Within 45-minute Commute of Federal Way Federal Way EDrIve time Transit time Sources: ECONorthwest, 2020; PSRC, 2078. `i 0 R TransiR and drive time of 45 minutes, departing a[ 8:00 AM, midweek w 11 December 2020 City of Federal Way I Housing Needs Assessment II 24 Exhibit 20 shows the inflow and outflow of employees for all jobs in Federal Way in 2017. A larger number of people leave Federal Way for work than commute into the city from another location. Nearly 39,000 Federal Way residents are employed outside of Federal Way. Exhibit 20. Inflow/Outflow Counts of Jobs for City of Federal Way A Source: U.S. Census OnTheMap, 2077. Note: Overlay arrows do not indicate directionality of worker flow between home and employment locations. Employed and Live in Selection Area Employed in Selection Area, Live Outside [ Live in Selection Area, Employed Outside w Analysis Selection Federal way is highly connected to employment centers in Seattle, Tacoma, and Bellevue. Some households live in Federal Way because it is relatively affordable in comparison with housing available in those employment centers. As housing costs increase in these major urban centers, lower income households located in Federal Way and other areas, where housing costs are still comparatively lower. This regional movement can further exacerbate existing shortages of housing units in Federal Way and other suburban South King County cities and contribute to displacement of existing residents, particularly those with lower incomes. In addition, Sound Transit is working on the extension of light rail service to Federal Way, with service planned to begin in 2024. Two stations will serve Federal Way, one at the Federal Way Transit Center and one at South 272nd Street. The light rail line will provide service to and from Seattle including stops in SeaTac and Kent/Des Moines. It may also impact the cost and desirability of housing in areas near the station areas. Without providing additional housing in these areas, the increased demand for housing near transit can increase housing costs. This increases cost burden and increases the likelihood that current residents are economically displaced. One way to address this challenge is by encouraging more transit -oriented development (TOD). This means allowing neighborhoods with a mix of higher -density residential and commercial development to be built nearby to new light rail stations. TOD provides more opportunities for households to live near transit, as well as a greater variety of housing types and affordability levels. Residents of TOD are less dependent on cars for commuting and everyday trips. This lowers their transportation costs while reducing traffic and pollution for all residents citywide. TOD can also include improvements to streets, sidewalks, bike lanes, and local transit service that support access to new amenities and light rail by residents citywide. IIIDecember 2020 City of Federal Way I Housing Needs Assessment 25 Housing Inventory HOUSING SUPPLY CHARACTERISTICS Housing Units by Type As of 2019, there were an estimated 37,257 housing units in Federal Way.18 The majority of the city's housing units (54%) are single family homes, with a significant minority of units (34%) located in multifamily structures of five or more units. Federal Way has a smaller proportion of multifamily housing units than King County as a whole. While 34% of Federal Way housing units are located in multifamily buildings of five or more units, this proportion is 41 % in King County as a whole. Fifty-four percent of housing units in Federal Way are single-family homes, compared with 51 % in King County as a whole (Exhibit 21). Exhibit 21. Housing Inventory by Type of Structure in City of Federal Way and King County Federal Way King County 1% Sources: OFM, 20 7 9; BERK, 2020. Housing Units by Size - Iu ■ Single Family ■ Duplexes ■:Multi -family (3 or 4 Units) ■:Multi -family (5+ Units) ■ Mobile Homes While most of the net gain in total households in Federal Way in recent years has been among larger households (see Exhibit 6), the majority of households are still small. Federal Way's current housing stock is not aligned well with its population in terms of unit size. As Exhibit 22 shows, the majority of households in Federal Way (56%) have one or two members, but the majority of housing units in Federal Way are built for larger households: 57% of all units have three or more bedrooms. 18 Washington State Office of Financial Management. 2020. "April 1 postcensal housing estimates." https://www.ofm.wa.ciov/washinciton-data-research/population-demociraphics/poRulation-estimates/april-1-official- population-estimates 11 December 2020 City of Federal Way I Housing Needs Assessment II 26 Exhibit 22. Comparison of Distributions of Housing Unit Size and Household Size N 40% 35% 30% 250/n 20% 15% 10 0/0 5°/0 0% 400/n 35 °/a 30 °/a 25% 20% 15% 10 0/0 50/0 00/0 34% 24 % 1 Person HH 2 Person HH 15% 3% 16% 13% 13% 3 Person HH 4 Person HH 5+ Person HH Household Size 25% 33% Studio 1 Bedroom 2 Bedroom 3 Bedroom Housing Unit Size Sources: ACS 5-year Estimates, 2014-20 7 8; BERK, 2020. 19% 5% 4 Bedroom 5+ Bedroom It is likely that many of the larger (3+ bedroom) homes in Federal Way are occupied by households with only one or two members. For example, this can happen when there are many "empty nester" owner households living in single-family housing stock. This reduces the number of larger homes available for larger households. Exhibit 23 focuses exclusively on the alignment of the rental housing stock with renter households. This comparison shows that there is a very small number of studio units available relative to the many one -person households in Federal Way. It also shows a shortage of larger units (3+ bedroom) compared to the number of households with four or more residents. IIIDecember 2020 City of Federal Way I Housing Needs Assessment II 27 Exhibit 23. Comparison of Distributions of Rental Housing Unit Size and Renter Household Size `m 35 °1° 31 % o 30 /o 30% c 25% m 0 20% `c 15% o u 15% 12% 13% `m a 10% 511. 0% 1 Person HH 2 Person HH 3 Person HH 4 Person HH 5+ Person HH Household Size 50% c 45% 45 % C N 40% 7 O 2 35% 30% c = 30% v 25 °/n 0 20 % a v 15% V v 10% a 5% 5% 0% Studios 1 bedroom 2 bedroom Housing Unit Size 14% b% ■ 3 bedroom 4+ bedroom Sources: CoStar, 2020; ACS 5-year Estimates, 2014-2018; BERK, 2020. Overcrowding is another indicator that there may be a lack of attainable housing units sized for larger households.19 Larger households take many different forms and could include households with large family sizes, multigenerational households, families doubling -up to save money, or other situations. By HUD standards, a dwelling is considered overcrowded if it has a ratio of more than one person per room (PPR). The threshold for severe overcrowding is a PPR ratio of 1.5.20 In Federal Way, 5.3% of households are overcrowded and 1.3% are severely overcrowded. This represents nearly 1,260 households experiencing overcrowding, with 490 of those experiencing severe overcrowding. The rate of overcrowding in Federal Way is relatively high compared to King County as a whole: countywide, 3.6% of households are overcrowded and 1.4% are severely overcrowded.21 19 Overcrowding refers here to definitions set by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development. This definition may not be consistent with some cultural expectations or practices that support higher PPR (person per room) ratios. When paired with other factors, such as cost -burden and a mismatch in housing stock, measured overcrowding is a consistent indicator that the community lacks attainable housing options. 20 US Department of Housing and Urban Development. 2007. Measuring Overcrowding in Housing. https://www.huduser.gov/publications/pdf/Measurinci Overcrowding in Hsgpdf 21 US Census Bureau. 2014-2018. American Community Survey 5-year Estimates. IIIDecember 2020 City of Federal Way I Housing Needs Assessment II 28 The likelihood of living in overcrowded housing differs by household race and ethnicity in Federal Way (Exhibit 24). White, non -Hispanic households have the lowest rate of overcrowding: just 1 % of these households meet the threshold for overcrowding. In contrast, 9% of Black households, 11 % of American Indian or Alaska Native households, and 1 3% of Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander households are considered overcrowded. Households with the greatest likelihood of overcrowding are Hispanic or Latino households of any race (1 8% are overcrowded) and households of some other race (16% are overcrowded)." Exhibit 24. Overcrowding in Federal Way Households, by Race/Ethnicity 9 ova 5% 6% 11% 13% 16% 18% All White only, non- Asian Black or African American Indian Native Hawaiian Other Hispanic or Latino Hispanic American or Alaska Native or Other Pacific (incl. two or more Islander races) Note: All categories except "Hispanic or Latino" and "White only, non -Hispanic" include households of both Hispanic and non - Hispanic ethnicity. Sources: American Community Survey B25003, 2014-2018; BERK Consulting, 2020. HOMEOWNERSHIP Exhibit 25 shows homeownership by race and ethnicity of householder. As of 2018, there were 19,463 owner -occupied housing units in the City of Federal Way.23 Two-thirds (67%) of White, non -Hispanic householders21 in Federal Way are homeowners, compared with only 42% of BIPOC householders. Exhibit 26 provides further detail on homeownership rates by race and ethnicity in Federal Way. Homeownership rates among non -Hispanic White households, American Indian or Alaska Native households, and Asian households are higher than the citywide homeownership rate for all households (56%). In contrast, households of some other race (including multiracial households), Black households, Hispanic households, and Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander households have homeownership rates lower than the citywide rate. 22 Reporting for the American Community Survey data in this chart includes a limited number of racial and ethnic categories for respondents to select. Those who do not fully identify with these categories may chose either "some other race" or "two or more races." Those categories have been collapsed into the "other" identity category in Exhibit 24. 23 US Census Bureau. 2018. American Community Survey 5-year Estimates. 24 The Census summarizes households by the race and ethnicity of the "householder," which they define to be "the person (or one of the people) in whose name the housing unit is owned or rented (maintained) or, if there is no such person, any adult member, excluding roomers, boarders, or paid employees." (https://www.census.ciov/programs-surveys/cps/technical- documentation/subject-definitions.html) IIIDecember 2020 City of Federal Way I Housing Needs Assessment II 29 Black and Hispanic households, which together represent nearly a quarter of Federal Way households, are substantially less likely to be homeowners than White, non -Hispanic households: 35% of Black households and 30% of Hispanic households (or any race) are homeowners. BIPOC households face many barriers to homeownership beyond affordability, including both overt and covert discrimination. The history of racially discriminatory housing policies and practices in the US is extensive, pervasive, and still profoundly impacts access to housing and homeownership in communities of color. 25 Laws, policies, and practices implemented by governments at the federal, state, and local level have contributed to racial disparities in homeownership rates, home values, levels of opportunity in different neighborhoods, and much more. This includes actions such as the Federal Housing Administration (FHA)'s decades -long practice of not insuring mortgages for Black homeowners, the Supreme Court's 1926 ruling that it was constitutional to enforce racially restrictive covenants (which prohibited homeowners from selling their home to Black buyers and other racial and ethnic minorities), and the building of racially -segregated public housing projects by the federal government and local housing authorities.26 A major consequence of this history was the inability of many BIPOC households to gain wealth through homeownership and pass on that wealth through the generations.27 The historical and current impacts of racially discriminatory housing policies means BIPOC households may be less likely to be homeowners even if they meet the income thresholds necessary to own a home in Federal Way. While homeowner education programs are available in Federal Way, none are proactively working in BIPOC communities to address the disparity. There is also a lack of programs to support new affordable homeownership opportunities among BIPOC households. There are many options for the city to address these disparities through regulatory changes, partnerships, funding, and regional collaboration. 25 There is an extensive body of literature on the history of and current practice of racially discriminatory housing policy in the United States, which this HAP is not positioned to fully summarize. Starting points for further exploration into this body of work include Richard Rothstein's The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America (Liveright, 2017), John Yinger's Closed Doors, Opportunities Lost: The Continuing Costs of Housing Discrimination (Russell Sage Foundation, 1995), and the Urban Institute's Exposing Housing Discrimination research repository (https://www.urban.org/features/exposing-housing-discrimination), to name a few. 26 Rothstein, R. (2017.) The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America. New York, NY: Liveright. 27 Goodman, L.S., & C. Mayer. (2018.) Homeownership and the American Dream. Journal of Economic Perspectives, 32(1), 31- 58. IIIDecember 2020 City of Federal Way I Housing Needs Assessment II 30 Exhibit 25. Homeownership by Race and Ethnicity of Householder in City of Federal Way ■ % renter households ■ % owner households 33% White only, non - Hispanic BI POC Sources: ACS 5-year Estimates, 2014-2018; BERK, 2020. Exhibit 26. Homeownership Rates by Race/Ethnicity in City of Federal Way Homeownership Race/Ethnicity Rate (households) IndianME_ oe American - .Asian 63% - All Households 56% Other (including multiple races)........ 38% Black or African American _ 35% Hispanic or -Latino, any_race_ 30% Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander 22% Note: The American Indian or Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander categories are based on samples that are substantially smaller than the samples for other racial groups, and thus the estimated homeownership rates for these groups have larger margins of error than the estimates for other racial groups. Sources: ACS 5-year Estimates, 2014-2078; BERK, 2020. 11 December 2020 City of Federal Way I Housing Needs Assessment II 31 Home Values and Homeownership Affordability In 2020, the median sale price for homes in Federal Way was $414,700, an increase of 96% from 10 years earlier, when the median sales price was $21 1,600.28 Exhibit 27 shows the change in the Zillow home value index (ZHVI) which reflects seasonally -adjusted home values in Federal Way and King County between 2010 and 2020. The ZHVI for all homes reflects the median value for homes that fall within the 35th to 65th percentile range, while the ZHVI for "bottom tier" homes reflect the typical value for homes in the 5th to 35th percentile range. Exhibit 27. Zillow Home Value Index (ZHVI) for Federal Way and King County $ 700,000 $656,084 5600,000 5500,000 - 5300,000 5200,000 5100,000 - $405,070 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 All Homes, Federal Way - - - - All Hoines, King County Sources: Zillow, 2020; HUD, 2020; BERK, 2020. $301,221 2017 2018 2019 2020 YTD Bottorn Tier Homes,=ecercl Way While the value of the median home in Federal Way is lower than in King County as a whole, homes in both Federal Way (including bottom tier homes) and King County as a whole have experienced a similar trajectory of increasing value over the last eight years. In order to afford a median -value home in Federal Way, a household would need an income of at least $96,153, slightly above 80% of AMI for a 4-person household.29 30 To afford a "bottom tier" home, a household would need an income of at least $71,507, or slightly above 60% of AMI (Exhibit 28).31 Since incomes in Federal Way are considerably lower than that of the HUD metro area, homeownership is out of reach for the majority of all Federal Way households. With a household income of $66,653, the median household in Federal Way could not afford a median home or bottom tier home in the city 28 ECONorthwest. 2020. Federal Way: South King County Sub -Regional Housing Action Plan Framework. Original data from Zillow, 2020. 29 Sources: City of Seattle Office of Housing, 2020; Freddie Mac, 2020; HUD, 2020; City of Federal Way, 2020; King County Assessor's Office, 2020; Zillow Home Value Index, 2020; BERK calculations, 2020. 30 These calculations assume a down payment equal to 3.5% of the sale price of the home. This is the minimum down payment necessary to receive a Federal Housing Association (FHA) home loan. These calculations include mortgage payments, mortgage insurance, property taxes and fees, and homeowners' insurance. They do not include utility payments or home upkeep costs, which can vary and are not necessarily tied to home sale price or value. 31 Zillow data groups all homes in Federal Way into three tiers based on home value. The "bottom tier" home value represents the median home price amongst the homes in the lowest tier. IIIDecember 2020 City of Federal Way I Housing Needs Assessment II 32 without being cost -burdened. For the median renter household in Federal Way, which has an income of $48,629, homeownership is even further out of reach. Without additional income from some other source, the median worker in Federal Way's four largest employment sectors (health care, retail, accommodation and food service, and education) would be unable to afford a median home or a bottom tier home. Since 2010, the value of the median home in Federal Way increased by 63%, while the AMI increased by 32% (Exhibit 29). Increases are even steeper among bottom tier homes, with the median value of a bottom tier home increasing by 69% over the same period. As median home values and median incomes diverge over time, homeownership is falling further out of reach for many Federal Way residents. Exhibit 28. Homeownership Affordability in the City of Federal Way Median Home $A05,070 $14,177 $96,153 (80% of AMI is $95,520) Bottom Tier $301,221 $10,543 $71,507 Home (60% of AMI is $71,640) Note: ZHVI represents the whole housing stock and not just the homes that list or sell in a given month. Median home value is the median value of all homes (single family residential and condos) in 2020 as of February 2020. Indicated AMI values are for a 4-person household. Sources: Zillow Home Value Index (ZHVI), February 2020; BERK, 2020. Exhibit 29. Percent Change in Home Value and City Median Income 80 °/a 60 °/a 40% 20 % 0°/❑ ...... ......................................................................................................... -20% -40'No 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 YTD All Homes, Federal Way - - - - All Homes, WA City Median Household Income Sources: ACS 1-year Estimates, 2019; Zillow, 2020; BERK, 2020. IIIDecember 2020 City of Federal Way I Housing Needs Assessment II 33 Reducing the gap in homeownership requires bringing the home value and household income curves (the blue and yellow lines in Exhibit 29) closer together. Information gathered from stakeholder interviews and discussion groups suggests that even small increases in density can reduce the cost of housing by reducing land costs per unit. Cottages or townhomes, which can develop multiple units on a single-family lot, may provide attainable homeownership opportunities. Rental fees from duplex and accessory dwelling units may also provide income to support homeownership opportunities, while also expanding the rental housing supply. RENTAL HOUSING In 2018, there were an estimated 15,460 renter households in the City of Federal Way. Rental Housing Costs and Affordability Exhibit 30 shows the average rent for housing units in multifamily buildings in Federal Way during the third quarter of 2020. It also shows the level of income that a household would need to afford that average rent without being cost -burdened. The average market -rate rent for a two -bedroom apartment in the City of Federal Way was $1,510, a 69% increase from 2010, when the average rent for a two - bedroom apartment was $894.32 To afford the average rent for a two -bedroom apartment in Federal Way, a household would need to have an income of $60,400, or about 51 % of AMI, after adjusting for household size. Affordability level is similar for other unit sizes, with three -bedroom units being slightly less affordable at 55% of AMI. Without additional income from some other source, the median worker in Federal Way's four largest employment sectors (health care, retail, accommodation and food service, and education) would be unable to rent an average two -bedroom or three -bedroom unit. The median education worker could afford on average studio or one -bedroom unit and the median health care worker could afford an average studio, but median workers in retail and accommodation/food service would be unable to rent even an average studio apartment. Exhibit 30. Average Rent and Affordability Level by Rental Unit Size Average Rent $1,039 $1,246 $1,510 $1,804 Annual Income Income Needed to Afford $41,560 $49,840 $60,400 $72,160 Affordability Level* (% of AMI) 49% 49% 51 % 55% Note: Affordability Level adjusted for assumed household size consistent with HUD Income Limits methodology, third quarter, 2020. Sources: CoStar, 2020; HUD, 2020; BERK, 2020. 32 The 2020 average rent includes only market -rate rental units and excludes units that are restricted to seniors. The market - rate average rent represents the costs that a typical renter would face when seeking to rent a unit on the open market. The market -rate average is higher than the average rent for all 2-bedroom units—$1,343—which is listed in the South King County Sub -Regional Housing Action Plan Framework 2020, produced by ECONorthwest (2020). This later average includes subsidized units. IIIDecember 2020 City of Federal Way I Housing Needs Assessment II 34 Exhibit 31 shows the distribution of renter households and affordable rental housing by AMI grouping (income level) in Federal Way. There is a misalignment between the distribution of costs for rental housing and the incomes of renter households in Federal Way. While 25% of renter households have incomes that are 30% or less of AMI, just 1 3% of rental units are affordable to households in this income category. While the percentage of rental units affordable to individuals with incomes between 30 and 80% of AMI (84%) exceeds the percentage of renter households in this range (64%), there is a shortage of units at the higher -cost end of the market. Eleven percent of renter households have incomes greater than 100% of AMI, but just 2% of rental units fall into the category of affordable for this income group. This means that most renters at this income level are renting units at costs substantially below the maximum they can afford. This reduces the number of units affordable and available to households at lower income levels, putting further pressure on the lower -cost end of the rental market. Increases in the housing supply at both the lower and higher ends of the market would benefit the community as a whole by providing households with a range of incomes options for attainable housing. Exhibit 31. Distribution of Renter Households by Income Level and Rental Units by Affordability 8,000 7,000 6,905 6,000 5,000 4,760 4,000 3,465 3,000 2,000 1,585 1,000 0 <30% AMI 30-50% AMI Households ■ Units Available 6,065 4,245 2,555 890 0 M 50-80% AMI >80% AMI Household Income as a Percent of AMI Sources: ECONorthwest, 2020; PUMS, 2078; BERK, 2020. IIIDecember 2020 City of Federal Way I Housing Needs Assessment II 35 HOUSING PRODUCTION Since 2011, 1,813 new housing units have been built in the City of Federal Way. 33 The majority of new housing units built in the last decade have been in large multifamily housing developments of 100+ units. Most housing units in the city were built in the 1980s or earlier, including more than half of units in multifamily buildings (Exhibit 32). Federal Way experienced a boom in housing production in 2016 and 2017, with nearly 1,200 new housing units built across those two years, as shown in Exhibit 33. Most of those new units were in larger multifamily buildings. Since then, new construction has slowed, with just over 300 units built in 2018 and 2019 combined. Exhibit 32. Housing Units by Decade Built and Building Scale in City of Federal Way Multifamily 6,000 4,000 0 Single-ramily 6,000 4,000 2,000 0 ■ 1960s 1970s 1980s 19909 2040s 2010s Building scale (unite) 1 2-4 6-19 20-49 50-99 100+ Sources: ECONorthwest, 2020; King County Assessor's Office, 2020. 2020s 33 ECONorthwest. 2020. Federal Way: South King County Sub -Regional Housing Action Plan Framework. Original data from OFM, 2019. 11 December 2020 City of Federal Way I Housing Needs Assessment II 36 Exhibit 33. New Housing Units Built by Year* in Federal Way 672 600 400 514 00 �s 1 147 172 _! MNINE 2D11 2012 2013 2014 2015 2D16 2017 2018 2D19 Note: OFM summarizes annual housing production beginning April 2 of the previous year (So 20 7 9 represents net new housing built between April 2, 2078 and April 1, 2019). Sources: OFM, 20 7 9; ECONorthwest, 2020. Exhibit 34 shows annual permit activity by housing type, with a surge of permit activity for larger multifamily projects seen between 2014 and 2016. This activity tapers off in 2017, with essentially no new multifamily permits in 2018 or 2019.34 One likely explanation for this sharp reduction in multifamily permits was the one-year moratorium on new apartment complexes passed in June 2016 and a significant increase in school impact fees. These fees significantly increased the costs to develop new apartments in Federal Way compared to neighboring jurisdictions. It is also worth noting that there is little variety in the production of housing types in Federal Way. While there was a spike in larger apartment complex construction and a steady production of single-family homes, intermediate development types such as duplexes and smaller -unit multifamily types remained a relatively small part of new housing construction. Qualitative information from housing stakeholders identified potential gaps in production related to current codes and processes.35 Under current zoning, development professionals consider Federal Way to be nearly "built out." Zoning and development regulation and process changes identified in interviews that could make Federal Way attractive for new development include: ■ Transit -oriented development — encouraging the highest densities around the future light rail stations. ■ Expanding allowances for accessory dwelling units in single-family areas. ■ Identifying areas where density can be increased for infill housing types such as duplexes, triplexes, townhomes, and cottages. 34 Note that OFM tracks permit activity by years starting on April 2 of the previous year and ending on April 1. So much, if not all, of the building and permit activity shown in 2017 in Exhibit 33 and Exhibit 34 could have occurred in 2016. 35 As part of the Housing Action Plan, there will be a report that specifically identifies gaps and barriers in the Federal Way Municipal Code. This summary identifies qualitative information on housing supply needs, but these issues will be fully assessed as part of the Policy Environment Review. 11 December 2020 City of Federal Way I Housing Needs Assessment II 37 The production of diverse types can have multiple benefits for a community. Duplexes may be a way to add additional units while maintaining single-family character. Multiplexes may provide attainable housing across a variety of incomes. These types may also help fill the need for smaller unit types and provide step-up or step-down housing for families seeking first-time homeownership or older adults seeking to age in place. Exhibit 34. Annual Permitted Housing Units by Housing Type in Federal Way 2019 190 2018 140 2017 — 197 2016 735 Single Family 2015 440 Duplexes 2014 310 ■Multi -family (3 or 4 Units) 2013 174 ■Multi-famil y (5+Units) 2012 63 ■ Mobile Homes 2011 153 2010 144 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 Permitted Units Note: OFM summarizes annual housing permit activity beginning April 2 of the previous year (so 2019 represents permit activity between April 2, 2078 and April 1, 2019). Sources: OFM, 20 7 9; BERK, 2020. SUBSIDIZED HOUSING Regulated affordable housing includes units that are income -restricted or rent -restricted. They are typically restricted to households that have incomes of less than 30%, 50%, 60% or 80% of AMI, depending on the building, project, or unit. As of 2019, Federal Way had a total of 3,393 regulated affordable housing units, representing about 17% of the city's total apartments. In comparison, 19% of all apartments in South King County as a whole are regulated affordable units.36 36 ECONorthwest. 2020, 15 July. "South King County Subregional Housing Action Framework — Task 2 Housing Context Assessment Methods Memo." IIIDecember 2020 City of Federal Way I Housing Needs Assessment II 38 Gap Analysis HOUSING NEEDED TO ACCOMMODATE FURTHER GROWTH PSRC projects that Federal Way's population will grow to 106,571 by year 2040, or about 451 new residents per year.37 In the Sub -Housing Action Plan Framework, ECONorthwest estimates that the City will need to add 6,786 new housing units to accommodate this population growth and account for past underproduction.38 This equates to an average production of 339 additional units each year,39 a steep increase from the 202 units per year build between 201 1 and 2019.40 The city would need a 68% increase in annual housing production to accommodate the growth projected by PSRC. Exhibit 35 shows the historical level of housing production compared to the forecasted needs. Exhibit 35. Historical Housing Production in Federal Way Compared to Forecasted Needs 50,000 45,000 a 7 40,000 a� c 0 35,000 2 30,000 44,245 40,852 41,499 37,25739,479 2010 2015 2020 2025 2030 2035 2040 Total housing units (actual) — — Units needed to address historic underproduction and forecasted population growth — — Projected housing unit growth if current trends continue Sources: ECONorthwest, 2020; OFM, 2020; PSRC, 2017; BERK, 2020. Exhibit 36 estimates the number of new units needed by affordability level, with housing needs seen across the income spectrum. About a third of all units needed are for households with incomes below 50% of AMI. New housing at this affordability level will almost certainly require subsidy. On the other end of the income spectrum, the city needs to add over 2,900 new units affordable to households with incomes above 80% of AMI. This analysis indicates that many of these units could be provided at market rate 37 PSRC, 2017. Land Use Vision version 2. httl2s://www.12src.org/protections-cities-and-other-places 38 "Underproduction" is a calculation by ECONorthwest. The methodology is described in "South King County Subregional Housing Action Framework — Task 2 Housing Context Assessment Methods Memo" (ECONorthwest, July 15, 2020) 39 ECONorthwest. 2020. Federal Way: South King County Sub -Regional Housing Action Plan Framework. Original data from OFM, 2019; PSRC, 2017. 40 Washington State Office of Financial Management. 2019. "Housing estimates." 'I December 2020 City of Federal Way I Housing Needs Assessment 39 without additional subsidy. In the middle are households with incomes between 50 and 80% of AMI. While it would be unlikely that private housing developers would produce new ownership units at this affordability level, they could produce rental units affordable to many of these households. The likelihood of them doing so would depend on policies and regulations that impact the cost of housing development in Federal Way. Housing preservation may also be an important strategy in Federal Way. As housing costs rise, the existing stock of market -rate homes affordable at lower income levels could diminish significantly. Furthermore, many subsidized units could expire in coming years. The City could work with partners to purchase and preserve these units to maintain their affordability and reduce the risk of displacement. Exhibit 36. Total Additional Housing Units Needed in 2040 by Affordability Level (% of AMI) AMI 0-30% 30-50% 50-80% 80-100% # of Units % of Units 950 14% 1,289 19% 1,629 24% 814 12% 100%+ 2,104 31 % Sources: OFM, 2079; PSRC, 2077; ECONorthwest Calculation, 2020. This analysis also indicates a need for more smaller -scale housing units, such as studios or accessory dwelling units, to help accommodate the community's large number of one -person households. Additionally, Federal Way has seen a steep increase in the number of large households with four or more members. Many of these households are renters, and there is a need for more large apartments and rentals to accommodate these residents. In addition to needing an increased number of units, stakeholders underscored the need for community - building to accompany housing production. New housing alone does not provide the services and quality of life needed to sustain Federal Way's households. Access to quality education, health care, supportive services, childcare, parks and recreation, and mental healthcare will support quality of life for all residents, with the greatest impact on households living below median incomes. 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The City of Federal Way makes no warranty as to its accuracy. DRAFT FOR DELIBERATION v. 6/2/2022 DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT THIS AGREEMENT is entered into this day of , 2022 (the "Effective Date") by and between FIRST AVENUE SOUTH APARTMENTS LLC, a Washington limited liability company (the "Owner"), and the City of Federal Way, a Washington municipal corporation ("City"). Owner and the City are each a "Party" and collectively the "Parties" to this Agreement. RECITALS A. The Washington State Legislature has authorized the execution of development agreements between a local government and an entity having ownership or control of real property within its jurisdiction, pursuant to RCW 36.70B.170 through 36.70B.210 ("Development Agreement Statute"). This Agreement is authorized pursuant to the Development Agreement Statute and the Federal Way Revised Code ("FWRC" or "Code") Chapter 19.85, as established by Ordinance 02-426. B. Owner owns the property at 32818 1st Avenue South in Federal Way, Washington (King County Assessor No. 1721049038 and the "Property"), legally described on Exhibit A, which is attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference. C. Owner applied for a Comprehensive Plan land use designation amendment and associated rezone of the Property from Office Park ("OP") to Multifamily Residential RM-1800 zone ("RM-1800") under City File No. 20-103733-00-UP (collectively, the "Rezone"). D. Owner has prepared a conceptual site plan development of the Property dated , 2021 as depicted in Exhibit B ("Conceptual Plan"), which is attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference. The Parties agree the Conceptual Plan is a conceptual guide for the development of the Project as defined in this Agreement, but is not intended to be, nor must it satisfy the requirements of a "Development Plan" as defined in FWRC 19.85.100. E. Redevelopment of the Property consistent with the Conceptual Plan will be a benefit to the City through implementation of the vision of the Comprehensive Plan by, among other reasons, providing new market -rate housing opportunities for City residents. F. Redevelopment of the Property also supports and implements the City's recently adopted Housing Action Plan objectives and strategies, including Objective 1 to "promote new market -rate... construction that expands housing choices" and Objective 2 to "encourage homeownership opportunities and support equitable housing outcomes" by providing new market - rate housing choices for City residents and the potential for future homeownership opportunities. G. The City desires to enter into this Agreement to assure the development of the Property consistent with the Conceptual Plan as a condition of the approval of the Rezone. H. By this Agreement, the Parties intend to set forth their mutual agreement and understandings as they relate to the development of the Property. 1 DRAFT FOR DELIBERATION v. 6/2/2022 NOW THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual benefits and agreements contained herein, as well as other valuable consideration, the receipt and sufficiency of which are hereby acknowledged, the Parties agree as follows: AGREEMENT 1. Definitions. 1.1. "City Council" means the City Council of the City of Federal Way. 1.2. "Development Regulations" means those sections of the Federal Way Revised Code, Federal Way Zoning and Development Code, Federal Way Comprehensive Plan, Federal Way Zoning Map, and any implementing policies, regulations, procedures or guidelines addressing the zoning, building and site design, utilities, environmental review (including SEPA procedures and substantive authority), transportation concurrency, and any other elements that govern the development of real property within the City. A term defined in the Development Regulations shall have the meaning assigned to it within the Development Regulations, unless otherwise defined herein. 1.3. "Market -rate" means a type of housing available or offered in the open market without public, nonprofit, or similar subsidies; provided however, nothing in this definition shall prohibit housing purchasers from utilizing commercially available affordable housing financing mechanisms for owner financing of individual units, if offered for sale. 1.4. "Owner" means FIRST AVENUE SOUTH APARTMENTS LLC, a Washington limited liability company, and its successors and permitted assigns pursuant to Section 11. 1.5. "Development Director" is the Director of the Department of Community Development. 1.6. "Townhouse" shall have the same meaning as in FWRC 19.05.200, except that it shall expressly exclude zero lot line townhouses as defined in FWRC 19.05.040. 1.7. Each term defined within the Agreement shall have the meaning assigned to it within the Agreement. 2. Purpose. As a condition of the City's approval of the Rezone authorized by Ordinance , this Agreement governs Owner's right to develop the Property pursuant to the RM- 1800 zoning subject to the Public Benefits and the Development Regulation modifications defined in Section 3. 3. Project. The Owner shall develop the Property with a Townhouse community generally consistent with the Conceptual Plan (collectively, the "Project") subject to the following conditions: 3.1. Public Benefits. The Project shall provide the following public benefits: DRAFT FOR DELIBERATION v. 6/2/2022 a. Market -rate Townhouses. Development of the Property shall be limited to a Market -rate Townhouse community. Within sixty (60) days of issuance of the Certificate of Occupancy for the final Townhouse in the Project, the Owner shall execute and record a Map in the form required by RCW 64.90.245 and a Declaration in the form required by RCW 64.90.225, to create a residential condominium community that allows each individual Townhouse to be sold as a condominium; provided, however, nothing in this provision shall require Owner to sell any individual Townhouse as a condominium and the Property may operate as a "for rent" apartment community at the sole discretion of Owner. b. Dedicate garage parking. Each Townhouse shall provide privately accessible two (2) stall garage parking, which may be in a tandem configuration. C. Access to open space. Open space provided by the Project shall comply with FWRC 19.205.010 and shall provide access directly to private yards and/or balconies from each Townhouse. d. Amenities building. Owner shall design and construct any permanent leasing or sales office and common amenity building in the Project to be substantially in the same architectural style as the Project's Townhouses. 3.2. Development Regulation Modifications. The Parties agree that the Development Regulations shall apply to the City's review of the Project; provided however; as a component of this Agreement, the City approves the following modifications for the Development Regulations applicable to the Project: a. Parking. Each Townhouse shall have 2 garage parking stalls. Guest parking shall be surface -parked and provided at a 1 stall per 6 dwelling unit ratio. b. Minimum building separation. The minimum required separation between structures shall be 10 feet. 4. Vesting. Except as provided in Sections 4.1 and 4.2, and as may otherwise be prohibited by law, Owner shall be entitled to develop the Project under the Development Regulations and land use controls in effect as of the Effective Date of this Agreement ("Vested Code Provisions"), which shall apply for the Term of this Agreement. 4.1. Exemptions. The following are exempt from vesting under this Agreement: a. Plan review fees, inspection fees, and other land use application fees; b. Connection charges, general facilities charges and monthly service charges; c. Amendments to building, plumbing, fire and other construction codes adopted pursuant to RCW Ch. 19.27 or 19.27A; d. Impact fees authorized by state law; and DRAFT FOR DELIBERATION v. 6/2/2022 e. City enactments that are adopted pursuant to state or federal mandates (such as the City's NPDES Municipal Stormwater Permits) that preempt the City's authority to vest regulations; 4.2. Reserved Rights. Notwithstanding any provision in this Agreement, the City reserves authority pursuant to RCW 36.70B.170(4) to impose new or different Development Regulations to the extent required by a serious threat to public health or safety, as determined by the City Council after written notice and an opportunity to be heard by Owner. 4.3. Future Agreement Modifications, Amendments, and Procedure. Modification and/or amendment of this Agreement shall be governed by the procedures in FWRC 19.85.200—.210. 4.4. Further Discretionary Actions. Owner acknowledges that the Project requires further discretionary review by the City. Nothing in this Agreement shall be construed to limit the authority or obligation of the City to hold legally required public hearings for the Project, or otherwise limit the discretion of the City in reviewing the Project as authorized by the Development Regulations and terms of this Agreement. 5. Agreement to Run with the Land. The benefits and obligations of this Agreement shall run with the land and continue following the subdivision, leasing, or transfer of ownership to Owner's successors and assigns in accordance with Section 12. 6. Term. The term of this Agreement shall be ten (10) years from the Effective Date of this Agreement ("Expiration Date"). 7. Construction of Documents. In the event there are any conflicts or ambiguities between the terms of the body of this Agreement and the terms in any of the Exhibits, the terms of the body of this Agreement shall control. 8. Recitals. The Recitals are incorporated herein as material terms of this Agreement. 9. Agreement Consistency with RCW 82.02.020. The Owner agrees that the improvements, mitigation payments and dedications established by this Agreement shall be consistent with the requirements of RCW 82.02.020 and mitigate the direct impacts that have been identified as a consequence of the Project. 10. Recording. This Agreement shall be recorded by Owner with the King County Recorder's Office. 11. Binding Effect, Assi ng ability. This Agreement shall bind and inure to the benefit of the Parties hereto and their respective successors, heirs, legatees, representatives, receivers, trustees, successors, transferees and assigns. Owner shall have the right, in its sole discretion, to assign or transfer its rights, in whole or in part, under this Agreement. Owner shall provide City with written notice of any transfer or assignment at least thirty (30) days prior to the closing of any transaction. 2 DRAFT FOR DELIBERATION v. 6/2/2022 12. Interpretation. This Agreement has been reviewed and revised by legal counsel for both Parties, and no presumption or rule construing ambiguity against the drafter of the document shall apply to the interpretation or enforcement of this Agreement. Nothing herein shall be construed as a waiver of the City's constitutional and statutory powers. Nothing herein shall be construed or implied that the City is contracting away its constitutional and statutory powers, except as otherwise authorized by law. 13. Authority. Each signatory to this Agreement represents and warrants that he or she has full power and authority to execute and deliver this Agreement on behalf of the Party for which he or she is signing, and that he or she will defend and hold harmless the other Parties and signatories from any claim that he or she was not fully authorized to execute this Agreement on behalf of the person or entity for whom he or she signed. Upon proper execution and delivery, this Agreement will have been duly entered into by the Parties, will constitute as against each Party a valid, legal and binding obligation that shall run with the land, and will be enforceable against each Party in accordance with the terms herein. 14. Delays. If either Party is delayed in the performance of its obligations in this Agreement due to Force Majeure, then performance of such obligation shall be excused for the period of delay. Force Majeure means extraordinary natural events or conditions such as war, riot, labor disputes, pandemic (including but not limited to COVID-19 or its variants) or other similar causes beyond the reasonable control of the obligated party. 15. Notices. All notices, requests, demands, and other communications called for or contemplated by this Agreement shall be in writing, and shall be duly given by mailing the same by certified mail, return receipt requested; or by delivering the same by hand, to the following addresses, or to such other addresses as the Parties may designate by written notice in the manner aforesaid: Owner: FIRST AVENUE SOUTH APARTMENTS LLC C/O Weidner Apartment Homes Attn: Kevin Colard 9757 NE Juanita Drive, Suite 300 Kirkland, WA 98034 Email: kevin(aweidner.com And to its Attorney: McCullough Hill Leary, P.S. Attn: Ian Morrison 701 5th Avenue, Suite 6600 Seattle, WA 98104 Phone: 206-812-3380 Email: imorrison&mhseattle.com City of Federal Way: Community Development Director Attn: Brian Davis 33325 8th Ave South Federal Way, WA 98003 5 DRAFT FOR DELIBERATION v. 6/2/2022 Phone: 253-835-2612 Email: Brian.Davis(d),cityoffederalwa. And to its Attorney: City Attorney's Office Attn: Kent van Alstyne 33325 8th Ave South Federal Way, WA 98003 Phone: 253-835-2562 Email: Kent.VanAlstyne&cityoffederalway.com 16. Dispute Resolution. It is the Parties' intent to work cooperatively and to resolve disputes in an efficient and cost-effective manner. All disputes arising out of or relating to this Agreement shall be resolved as follows: 16.1. Settlement Meeting. If any dispute arises between the parties relating to this Agreement, then the parties shall meet and seek to resolve the dispute, in good faith, within ten (10) days after a Party's request for such a meeting. The City shall send the Community Development Director, or a designee with information relating to the dispute, and Owner shall send an owner's representative or person with technical information or expertise related to the dispute. 16.2. Mediation. If the Parties cannot resolve the issue within ten (10) days then they shall mediate the matter using a mediator from Judicial Dispute Resolution, LLC or if that entity fails or declines to serve, such other similar service or organization as agreed by the parties, or as appointed by the court if the parties cannot agree (collectively "JDR" ), within seven (7) days of their failure to agree pursuant to Section 16.1. The Parties shall evenly split any fees charged by JDR, regardless of the outcome of the mediation. Each party shall bear its own attorneys' fees in connection with the mediation. If the Parties have still not resolved the matter following the mediation, then and only then shall judicial action be permitted. 17. Governing Law and Venue. This Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of Washington. To the extent permitted, venue for any judicial action arising out of or relating to this Agreement shall lie in King County Superior Court. 18. Specific Performance. The Parties specifically agree that damages are not an adequate remedy for breach of this Agreement and that the Parties are entitled to compel specific performance of all material terms of this Agreement by any Party in default hereof. All terms and provisions of this Agreement are material. 19. Attorneys' Fees. In any judicial action to enforce or determine a party's rights under this Agreement, the prevailing party (or the substantially prevailing party, if no one party prevails entirely) shall be entitled to reasonable attorneys' fees, expert witness fees, and costs, including fees and costs incurred in the appeal of any ruling of a lower court. Con DRAFT FOR DELIBERATION v. 6/2/2022 20. No Third -Party BeneficiM. This Agreement is made and entered into for the sole protection and benefit of the parties hereto and their successors and assigns. No other person shall have any right of action based upon any provision of this Agreement. 21. Severability. This Agreement does not violate any federal or state statute, rule, regulation or common law known; but any provision which is found to be invalid or in violation of any statute, rule, regulation or common law shall be considered null and void, with the remaining provisions remaining viable and in effect. 22. Cooperation in Execution of Documents. The Parties agree to properly and promptly execute and deliver any and all additional documents that may be necessary to render this Agreement practically effective. This Paragraph shall not require the execution of any document that expands, alters or in any way changes the terms of this Agreement. 23. Exhibits. This Agreement includes the following exhibits which are incorporated by reference herein: Exhibit A — Legal Description of Property Exhibit B — Conceptual Plan 24. Full Understanding. The Parties each acknowledge, represent and agree that they have read this Agreement; that they fully understand the terms thereof; that they have had the opportunity to be fully advised by their legal counsel and any other advisors with respect thereto; and that they are executing this Agreement after sufficient review and understanding of its contents. 25. No Joint Venture. This Agreement is not intended to and nothing in this Agreement shall create any partnership, joint venture or other arrangement between the Parties. 26. Final and Complete Agreement. This Agreement is integrated and constitutes the final and complete expression of the Parties on all subjects relating to the development of the Property. This Agreement supersedes and replaces all prior agreements, discussions and representations on all subjects discussed herein, without limitation. No Party is entering into this Agreement in reliance on any oral or written promises, inducements, representations, understandings, interpretations or agreements other than those contained in this Agreement and the exhibits hereto. [SIGNATURE PAGE FOLLOWS] 7 DRAFT FOR DELIBERATION v. 6/2/2022 IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have executed this Agreement on the date first set forth above. ATTEST: Stephanie Courtney, CMC, City Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: J. Ryan Call, City Attorney FIRST AVENUE SOUTH APARTMENTS LLC, a Washington limited liability company By: Name: Its: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, a Washington municipal code city M. N. Jim Ferrell, Mayor DRAFT FOR DELIBERATION v. 6/2/2022 STATE OF WASHINGTON ) ss. COUNTY OF ) On this day personally appeared before me , to me known to be the of First Avenue South Apartments LLC that executed the foregoing instrument, and acknowledged the said instrument to be the free and voluntary act and deed of said limited liability company, for the uses and purposes therein mentioned, and on oath stated that he/she was authorized to execute said instrument. GIVEN my hand and official seal this day of , 20. Notary's signature Notary's printed name Notary Public in and for the State of Washington. My commission expires I DRAFT FOR DELIBERATION v. 6/2/2022 EXHIBIT A LEGAL DESCRIPTION Lot 1 of the revised King County Short Plat 1075046, Recording #7706100878. 10 DRAFT FOR DELIBERATION v. 6/2/2022 EXHIBIT B CONCEPTUAL PLAN 11 I L- SOO w 1 COMMON OPEN — _ -- T�����c-�(('YA�—' 1 /� SPACE A __NQ 1 t=---t1� a 1 / A t✓ ' I L\�- F h inninnnni � IL--mm�ninn -_ -- m°0 mnnnm 'i i mnnnnm nnninnnn mnnnmin �@I mn � ' �nmm�nmi nirin11nninin '11-I — �nninn . Foils 14 N SITE PLAN - SCHEME P a I FEDERAL WAY, WA 1 2022.03.15 II I I II II I I' I PLAY GROyND I j I � 3,000 1 f 1� 'I L--------- �---------� I VAULT � 13,950 sf � � COMMON OP I 8 ' 9,412 sf III I it ---------------------- Scheme P New site area 5.8682961 ac Allowed dwelling unit density 24 /ac Total allowed units 140 units Building Count Dwelling Unit Count Unit Parking Stalls Guest Parking rate Guest Parking stalls Required Private Open Space per unit Required Common Open Space per unit Required Private Open Space Proposed Private Open Space Required Common Open Space Proposed Common Open Space Required Contiguous Common Open Space Proposed contiguous Common Open Space Required Playground Area Proposed Playground Area Impervious Surface Roads, Parking, and Sidewalks Vault Buildings Misc 20 130 260 26 1:5 22 200 sf 200 sf 26000.00 sf 26000.00 sf 26000.00 sf 35186.98 sf 13000.00 sf 13771.00 sf 2600 sf 3000 sf 66448 sf 13950 sf 103721 sf 10496 sf Total 194615 sf SCALE. 1/64" = 1'-0" FREIHEIT ® ARCHITECTURE CITY OF Federal Way ADDENDUM TO DETERMINATION OF NONSIGNIFICANCE (DNS) 2021 City of Federal Way Comprehensive Plan Amendments Bally's Total Fitness Center (Non -Project Action) Files: 20-103734-SE & 20-103733-UP Description: Request for a comprehensive plan amendment and rezone of the former Bally's Total Fitness center site from Office Park (OP) to Multifamily (RM 1800, one unit per 1,800 square feet). Subject parcel #172104-9038 is approximately six acres in size and located at the southeast corner of P' Avenue South and South 3281h Street. Location: 32818 15'Avenue South, Federal Way Applicant: Community Development Department — Planning Division Lead Agency: City of Federal Way Staff Contact: Associate Planner Natalie Kamieniecki, 253-835-2638 natal ie.kam ien ieckicOcityoffederalway.com Description of Addendum This addendum involves the incorporation of a Development Agreement for homeownership opportunity as part of the rezone/designation process. A DNS was issued in July 30, 2021, for the Bally's Comprehensive Plan Amendment. The city's Responsible Official has determined that the proposal does not have a probable significant adverse impact on the environment, and an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) is not required under RCW 43.21C.030(2)(c). No mitigation was required or appeal filed. This decision was made after review of a completed environmental checklist and other information on file with the city. A SEPA Addendum is necessary for this proposal to include a Development Agreement. No new or substantially different environmental impacts are anticipated. NOTE: There is no comment period for this addendum per WAC 197-11-625. Responsible Official: Brian Davis Title: Director of Community Development/SEPA Official Address: 33325 81h Avenue South, Federal Way, WA 98003 Date Issued: May 10, 2022Signature: 20-103734-00-SE Doc, LD, 82257 Natalie Kamieniecki From: Brian Davis Sent: Monday, September 27, 2021 8:23 AM To: Tina Piety; Keith Niven; Natalie Kamieniecki Subject: RE: Bally's No objection. Brian Davis Community Development Director A City of Federal Way, WA Office: 253-835-2612 1 Cell: 253-455-4082 From: Tina Piety Sent: Monday, September 27, 2021 8:22 AM To: Keith Niven <Keith.Niven@cityoffederalway.com>; Brian Davis <Brian.Davis@cityoffederalway.com>; Natalie Kamieniecki <Natalie.Kamieniecki@cityoffederalway.com> Subject: FW: Bally's FYI — If you have no objection, I'll copy my response (as was dictated by Keith) to Ms. Hazel to Ms. Sonich. Tina From: Cindi Sonich <cPsonich@vahoo.com> Sent: Sunday, September 26, 2021 10:42 AM To: Tina Piety <Tina.Piety@citvoffederalwaV.com> Subject: Bally's [EXTERNAL EMAIL WARNING] This email originated from outside of the City of Federal Way and may not be trustworthy. Please use caution when clicking links, opening attachments, or replying to requests for information. If you have any doubts about the validity of this email please contact IT Help Desk at x2555. Please read at the next Planning Commission/Land Use meetin DENY REZONING As a resident living directly behind the old Bally's property, I am 100% against the current landowners plan to request rezoning in order to build large, multistory, multifamily housing. The builder only wants to line. his pockets with money and destroy the character of our neighborhood. That being said, if rezoning was permitted for housing, that housing should reflect what is currently the standard in our neighborhood, i.e., no taller than TWO units high. Anything larger than that would create a traffic nightmare, increase the noise level of the neighborhood, and totally destroy the ambiance of the area. Case in point, the high-rise living situation across the street from Safeway on 320th. Since that was been built, the character of the area has totally changed. Traffic is a nightmare, we have all kinds of people crossing the street illegally (not in a crosswalk), and the numbers of people who just hang out at Safeway have increased such that shopping there is no longer viable. The area is unsafe, dirty, congested, and frankly unsightly. Federal Way is not a cosmopolitan city. Every attempt to make it look like a "real" city has turned it into an eyesore. The "heart" of Federal Way and the surrounding transit center is an epicenter of crime, homelessness, and filth. I do not want my little slice of Federal Way to end up with the same fate. As taxpayers, we should be able to continue our current quality of life and enjoy walking in our neighborhood without fear of being overwhelmed by too may cars and people. Keep Federal Way a bedroom community and away from monstrous multistoried tenements that destroy neighborhoods and lives. There is nothing wrong with making money (the builder) but that should not come at the expense of the people living in the area. Thank you for your time, Cindi Sonich Sent from my Whone Natalie Kamieniecki From: Tina Piety Sent: Tuesday, September 28, 2021 12:36 PM To: 'Cindi Sonich' Cc: Brian Davis; Keith Niven; Natalie Kamieniecki; Lawson Bronson Subject: RE: Bally's Follow Up Flag: Follow up Flag Status: Completed Hello Ms. Sonich, Thank you for your comments. City staff and the Planning Commission are happy to receive public comment and comments are taken into consideration when making decisions. All public comment will be included in the Planning Commission's agenda packet, which will be available to the public and sent to the Planning Commission at least one week before the continuation of the public hearing. At that time, the agenda and agenda packet will be found on the city's Agenda and Minutes webpage (https://www.cityoffederalway.com/page/agendas-and-minutes (scroll down for the Commission's agenda and minutes). The Planning Commission's Rules of Procedure (last amended January 6, 2010) do not call for written comments to be read aloud. The Commission will take additional oral comment at the October 6, 2021, public hearing and you are welcome to read your comments at that time. I will send out an email on October 4th (Monday before the hearing) reminding the Commissioners to review all public comment in advance of the hearing continuation. Again, the Planning Commission and city staff welcome (and encourage) public comment and we look forward to hearing from you on October 6th. Regards, Tina Piety E. Tina Piety, CAP, OM Administrative Assistant II City of Federal Way Community Development Department 33325 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 253/835-2601 / www.cityoffederalway.com From: Cindi Sonich <cpsonich@yahoo.com> Sent: Sunday, September 26, 2021 10:42 AM To: Tina Piety <Tina.Piety@cityoffederalway.com> Subject: Bally's [EXTERNAL EMAIL WARNING] This email originated from outside of the City of Federal Way and may not be trustworthy. Please use caution when clicking links, opening attachments, or replying to requests for information. If you have any doubts about the validity of this email please contact IT Help Desk at x2555. Please read at the next Planning Commission/Land Use meetin DENY REZONING As a resident living directly behind the old Bally's property, I am 100% against the current landowners plan to request rezoning in order to build large, multistory, multifamily housing. The builder only wants to line his pockets with money and destroy the character of our neighborhood. That being said, if rezoning was permitted for housing, that housing should reflect what is currently the standard in our neighborhood, i.e., no taller than TWO units high. Anything larger than that would create a traffic nightmare, increase the noise level of the neighborhood, and totally destroy the ambiance of the area. Case in point, the high-rise living situation across the street from Safeway on 320th. Since that was been built, the character of the area has totally changed. Traffic is a nightmare, we have all kinds of people crossing the street illegally (not in a crosswalk), and the numbers of people who just hang out at Safeway have increased such that shopping there is no longer viable. The area is unsafe, dirty, congested, and frankly unsightly. Federal Way is not a cosmopolitan city. Every attempt to make it look like a "real" city has turned it into an eyesore. The "heart" of Federal Way and the surrounding transit center is an epicenter of crime, homelessness; and filth. I do not want my little slice of Federal Way to end up with the same fate. As taxpayers, we should be able to continue our current quality of life and enjoy walking in our neighborhood without fear of being overwhelmed by too may cars and people. Keep Federal Way a bedroom community and away from monstrous multistoried tenements that destroy neighborhoods and lives. There is nothing wrong with making money (the builder) but that should not come at the expense of the people living in the area. Thank you for your time, Cindi Sonich Sent from my iPhone Natalie Kamieniecki From: ERIC SUSAN OLSEN <eric-sue@msn.com> Sent: Friday, October 1, 2021 3:28 PM To: Natalie Kamieniecki Subject: Re: October 6, 2021, Planning Commission [EXTERNAL EMAIL WARNING] This email originated from outside of the City of Federal Way and may not be trustworthy. Please use caution when clicking links, opening attachments, or replying to requests for information. If you have any doubts about the validity of this email please contact IT Help Desk at x2555. Thanks understand their right to comment. But wish written in Arabic or English in order to better their concern Eric Sent from my iPhone On Oct 1, 2021, at 3:01 PM, Natalie Kamieniecki <Natalie. Kam ieniecki@cityoffederalway.com> wrote: Hi Eric, The City is required to provide all public comments received on the application including the Moorish letters. According to the Southern Poverty Law Center, the Moorish sovereign citizen movement is a collection of independent organizations and lone individuals that emerged in the early 1990s as an offshoot of the antigovernment sovereign citizens movement, which believes that individual citizens hold sovereignty over, and are independent of, the authority of federal and state governments. I am not able to translate their comments with certainty; however, it appears that they state they have rights to occupy the land and structure located at the Bally's site. According to the King County Assessor the site is owned by First Avenue South Apartments LLC. Sincerely, Natalie Kamieniecki Associate Planner <image001.png> 33325 8t" Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 Phone: 253/835-2638 www.cityoffederalway.com From: Tina Piety Sent: Friday, October 1, 2021 2:05 PM To: Natalie Kamieniecki <Natalie.Kamieniecki@cityoffederalway.com> Cc: Eric Olsen <eric-sue@msn.com>; Brian Davis <Brian.Davis@cityoffederalway.com>; Keith Niven <Keith.Niven@cityoffederalway.com> Subject: FW: October 6, 2021, Planning Commission Hi Natalie, Could you explain the point/concern of the Morish Federal Republic to Eric? He is on the Planning Commission. Thank you, Tina From: ERIC SUSAN OLSEN <eric-sue@msn.com> Sent: Friday, October 1, 2021 2:01 PM To: Tina Piety <Tina.Piety@cityoffederalway.corn> Subject: Re: October 6, 2021, Planning Commission [EXTERNAL EMAIL WARNING] This email originated from outside of the City of Federal Way and may not be trustworthy. Please use caution when clicking links, opening attachments, or replying to requests for information. If you have any doubts about the validity of this email please contact IT Help Desk at x2555. Hey Tina has anyone made sense from the submission by the Morish Federal Republic. I have skimmed it many times but fail to understand their point/concern. Eric Sent from my iPhone On Oct 1, 2021, at 10:27 AM, Tina Piety <Tina.Piety@cityoffederalway.com> wrote: Hell, Following is the link for next week's continued public hearing. Commissioners, please let me know if you won't be attending. Have a great weekend. Tina I,ttps:lldocs.cityoffedera lway.comlweblinklbrowse.aspx?id=868329&dbid=0&repo=city offederalway Natalie Kamieniecki From: Natalie Kamieniecki Sent: Tuesday, October 5, 2021 8:22 AM To: margarethclark@comcast.net' Cc: Keith Niven Subject: RE: Zoning of Parcel #172104-9038 Attachments: Ballys Fitness Center 2nd PC Hearing Notice.DOC Good Morning Margret, Please see attached notice with instructions on how to participate in the Planning Commission Public Hearing. You can either dial in with the phone numbers provided or enter the meeting code and passcode in to the zoom app to watch and participate via zoom. The existing Comprehensive Plan Designation and Zone of the property is Office Park (OP). The proposal is to change these designations to multi -family residential (RM1800). This is a non -project action and does not have a proposed development associated with the comprehensive plan and rezone. I hope you are doing well please let me know if you have further questions. Sincerely, Natalie Kamieniecki Associate Planner A Federal Way [mt—I m oP,.fL-.ry 33325 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 Phone: 253/835-2638 www. cittyoffed a ra lway.co m From: Keith Niven Sent: Tuesday, October 5, 20218:05 AM To: Natalie Kamieniecki <Natalie.Kamieniecki@cityoffederalway.com> Cc: Thomas Fichtner <Thomas.Fichtner@cityoffederalway.com> Subject: RE: Zoning of Parcel #172104-9038 Natalie, Could you please get back to Margaret? thx Keith Niven, AICP, CEcD 1 Planning Manager City of Federal Way (253)835-2643 From: Maggie <1nargarethclark0comcast.net> Sent: Tuesday, October 5, 2021 1:27 AM To: Thomas Fichtner <Thomas.Fichtner@citvoffederalway.com> Cc: Keith Niven <Keith.Niven@citvoffederalway.com> Subject: Zoning of Parcel #172104-9038 [EXTERNAL EMAIL WARNING] This email originated from outside of the City of Federal Way and may not be trustworthy. Please use caution when clicking links, opening attachments, or replying to requests for information. If you have any doubts about the validity of this email please contact IT Help Desk at x2555. Sent from Mail for Windows Hi Thomas, I hope that all is going well. There is a comprehensive plan amendment and rezone request for the old Bally's site on 1" Ave S and S 3281h Street. I couldn't figure out the existing comprehensive plan and zoning designations from the on-line maps and information on line. Could you have some one get back to me with this information? The public notice is not clear. I am thinking of participating in the Zoom meeting tomorrow. I couldn't find a contact for anyone else in IT. Thanks, Margaret Natalie Kamieniecki From: Gladys Patterson <gladysgpatterson@gmail.com> Sent: Monday, February 14, 2022 10:36 AM To: Natalie Kamieniecki Subject: Objection to the Rezoning of 1st Ave and 312th Street; Public Hearing 2/15/22 [EXTERNAL EMAIL WARNING] This email originated from outside of the City of Federal Way and may not be trustworthy. Please use caution when clicking links, opening attachments, or replying to requests for information. If you have any doubts about the validity of this email please contact IT Help Desk at x2555. To the City Council of Federal Way and Federal Way Associate Planner Natalie Kamieniecki We object to the rezoning of 1st Ave. and 312th Street (File#21 103988-up and File #21-104065). We have owned our home at 30836 2nd Ave S Federal Way. Most of our neighbors have lived in our neighborhood for years,. This is a neighbor of single family homes. Rezoning the parcels would have a negative effect, not only on our neighborhood but to the area as well. We live in this neighborhood for the very reason that it is "single family" area. We bought our home knowing that the vacant lots were zoned single family. It now appears that the latest owners merely purchased the land to make a profit by putting apartment buildings on the land with no regard to the existing neighborhood. The crime is well documented at the Greystone Apartments across the street. A man was even murdered at the 7-11 on the corner. Property crime is already at 25 incidents per 1,000 citizens in Federal Way. Our neighborhood should not be forced unnecessarily, to endure 75 apartments, hundreds of renters, 75 to 100 additional auto's in the area merely for profit. Apartments bring crime. Apartments cause traffic problems. 312th is already congested in the morning and at 5:00pm. If the property remains residential, this would only add a few more cars to the highway. This should be a consideration as our Fire Department is just down the road. Property crime is already out of control in our area. Bringing in apartments to our residential area would only exacerbate this problem. This would also affect our police department. And of course, the neighborhood as we are the ones that have to listen to the sirens. 1. Additionally, we object to rezoning as there is no need for the zone change. If the property owners want to build, let them build single family homes. The zone change is not consistent with the surrounding area.7he neighborhood north of 312th is all residential. 3. The zone change would not be consistent with the orderly development of public services. The zone change would negatively impact traffic, service delivery of our Fire Department, and other public services. Please allow our neighborhood to live in peace by rejecting the rezoning request. Thank you for your time. Natalie Kamieniecki From: Ken Pratt <pratt.ken@gmail.com> Sent: Wednesday, February 23, 2022 11:13 AM To: Natalie Kamieniecki Subject: Bally's Rezone [EXTERNAL EMAIL WARNING] This email originated from outside of the City of Federal Way and may not be trustworthy. Please use caution when clicking links, opening attachments, or replying to requests for information. If you have any doubts about the validity of this email please contact IT Help Desk at x2555. Kenneth Pratt 32614 2nd Place South Federal Way, WA 98003 prat. kengma i I. com February 23, 2022 Natalie Kamienieck, Associate Planner 33325 8th Ave. South Federal Way, WA 98003 Dear Ms. Kamienieck: I attended the Zoom town meeting about their proposed project at the old Bally's Fitness Club located at: 32818 First Ave South. They presented some preliminary information about the community they are seeking to build after receiving a rezoning. It is my understanding that they haven't yet purchased the property and are in what they called the "redevelopment process." After listening to their representative describe their vision for the project, I am not totally against their plan but I do have some concerns that I would like to air. First of all, they presented a preliminary plan for the layout, placement of buildings and access points. Based on the drawing they presented, access and egress will only be via S328th running east to west at the north side of the property, They have two access points, one just a few hundred feet off of 1 st Avenue South and another another one further towards the east side of the property and directly across from the back gated entrance to the condo units, Colonial Forest, where I reside. With the addition of roughly 130 living units there would be the possibility of more than 250 additional vehicles moving in an out on S328th. S328th already acts as a bypass route that many Federal Way residents choose to use so they don't have to wait at the S320th and 1 st South intersection. Vehicles travel at speeds well over the posted 25 MPH speed limit going both ways on S328th which turns into 5th Avenue South about a half mile east of the property. Leaving our back gate now we are taking our chances with a curve to the east and a bulkhead to the west that restrict our view. Add speed and it gets more difficult to leave our campus. Now they want to add another access and egress across from ours with additional vehicles adding further issues to our access and ability to leave_ In addition, several school aged children are picked up our back gate and dropped off across the street at the proposed exit from their facility. This has been a bus stop for several years for children who reside in Colonial Forest. Secondly, someone at Heritage Court just east of their planned campus brought up some issues with flooding and slides in their area east of their fence line. Something that should be researched, My last issue is with their inability to tell the folks attending the meeting if these townhomes/condos would be rentals or for sale units. I would hope that these units would be for sale residences instead of rentals. I believe the project would be good for the area and the values of other homes in the area but I believe that ownership brings more pride in a campus and less issues with safety and possible crime. I would like to see further study of the traffic issues. Sincerely, Kenneth Pratt cc: Keith Niven Desiree Winkler, P.E. E.J. Walsh, P. E. Federal Way City Council Jim Ferrell, Federal Way Mayor Natalie Kamieniecki From: Keith Niven Sent: Friday, September 10, 2021 12:45 PM To: 'Howard Stolz' Cc: Natalie Kamieniecki Subject: RE: Questions for the "Former Bally fitness Center" Hearing Mr. Stolz, Thank you for your questions. Natalie is out today, so I will try to provide you responses. We will also make sure to add your email into the record for the Hearing. 1. The City has not received any site plans or layouts for the property. Those will come at some point, but the City has not received anything to date. 2. Planning meets with other city departments, Lakehaven water/sewer and South King Fire to discuss concerns regarding this potential change in designation and rezone. Natalie has provided a summary of comments received in the staff report. For many of these departments/agencies, it is difficult to provide substantive comments until an actual project is submitted. As you can imagine, the traffic comments might vary greatly depending on the number of units proposed. We really do not have any plans for the property to share. Sorry. I hope this is helpful. If you have any follow-up questions, please do not hesitate to let me know. Keith Niven, AICP, CEcD Planning Manager City of Federal Way (253)835-2643 From: Howard Stolz <howardwstolz@gmail.com> Sent: Friday, September 10, 2021 11:25 AM To: Natalie Kamieniecki <Natalie. Kam ieniecki@cityoffederalway.com>; Keith Niven <Keith.Niven @cityoffederalway.com> Subject: Questions for the "Former Bally fitness Center" Hearing [EXTERNAL EMAIL WARNING] This email originated from outside of the City of Federal Way and may not be trustworthy. Please use caution when clicking links, opening attachments, or replying to requests for information. If you have any doubts about the validity of this email please contact IT Help Desk at x2555. Hi Natalie and Keith, I think we spoke on the phone a few weeks ago about the "Former Bally fitness Center" property rezoning. I plan to attend the hearing on 9/15 via Zoom but would like to submit a few questions that I would like raised at the meeting if possible: 1. Is there a preliminary plan of the proposed new development that the public can review? Drawings? Sketches? or at least the planned number of units and number of residents? I understand this is "just" a rezoning proposal but the company requesting the rezoning must have preliminary plans ready. Don't those plans have to be reviewed before allowing rezoning to accommodate them? 2. Before approving rezoning have the following analysis been completed to know if they will be sufficient for the proposed development: - sufficient water, garbage, electricity, sewer, fire, police, and schools? 3. Can the proposed plans be posted on a website linked via a simple URL to the City of Federal Way website? I mention it because the URL that was listed in the US Mailed letter was too long to type without making a mistake :\ Regards, Howard W. Stolz 612-508-1930 cell Federal Way, WA "Ye are the fruits of one tree, and the leaves of one branch." Baha'u'llah Natalie Kamieniecki From: Keith Niven Sent: Wednesday, September 15, 2021 12:05 PM To: demetriusk@homemail.com Cc: Natalie Kamieniecki Subject: Re: Stop the Bally's Property from Being Rezoned Demetrius, Thank you for your email. I will make sure it is entered into the record and the Planning Commission is aware of your issues and concerns. From: demetriusk@homemail.com <demetriusk@homemail.com> Sent: Tuesday, September 14, 2021 8:12:30 PM To: Keith Niven Subject: Stop the Bally's Property from Being Rezoned [EXTERNAL EMAIL WARNING] This email originated from outside of the City of Federal Way and may not be trustworthy. Please use caution when clicking links, opening attachments, or replying to requests for information. If you have any doubts about the validity of this email please contact IT Help Desk at x2555. Keith Niven: I live in a duplex that backs up to Bally's fitness center in Federal Way. I very strongly oppose rezoning Bally's to be for housing. Outside of my duplex, I see the wooded part of the Bally's property. Recently,• when new high -density housing projects have been built in Federal Way, they Look very sterile. I think of Uptown Square, where every single tree was removed, and from the sidewalk it's just a bunch of concrete. Friends whose homes back up to Uptown Square say the apartments are very unsightly and cause light pollution in their yards. I am very concerned this will happen if the Bally's lot becomes multifamily housing. I would much rather see a professional organization there - which is what the zoning is currently for - than multifamily housing. So, I hope you will oppose this rezone. Thank you for your time. Demetrius K. Natalie Kamieniecki From: Keith Niven Sent: Wednesday, September 15, 2021 2:00 PM To: Mary Herman Cc: Natalie Kamieniecki Subject: Re: Rezoning for old Bally's property Ms. Herman, Thank you very much for your email. I will make sure your email is included in the record for the Public Hearing and is provided to the Planning Commission so it may be considered as part of the recommendation they will be giving to the City Council on this proposal. From: Mary Herman <mehl048@aol.com> Sent: Wednesday, September 15, 2021 1:45 PM To: Keith Niven Subject: Rezoning for old Bally's property [EXTERNAL EMAIL WARNING] This email originated from outside of the City of Federal Way and may not be trustworthy. Please use caution when clicking links, opening attachments, or replying to requests for information. If you have any doubts about the validity of this email please contact IT Help Desk at x2555. Keith: I moved to Federal Way in 2016 and have seen a huge increase in homelessness and crime since that time. I attribute a lot of this to the amount of homeless in the area and the fact that the city seems bent on adding more housing for these people with no vetting of who moves in. I currently reside in Quiet Forest III which is not too far from the old Bally's on 328th and 1st Ave. S. here in Federal Way. I am concerned as well as many of my neighbors that there is a consideration to rezone this property to allow multi -family housing. This would be detrimental to our neighborhood, not only due to safety issues, but also it would bringing down home values for local residents. These type of properties seem to attract some undesirable people. I have seen the deterioration around the Uptown Square, and the terrible increase in problems at the Safeway across the street since Uptown opened up. I do not think the city needs more of these types of developments in this particular area. There is also the problem of increased traffic .......... 328th is already a speedway with cars driving too fast, loud mufflers and music at all hours. I fear for the children that are walking to and from school that could be hit by a vehicle and especially with the blind corners. It is hard to even leave our complex at times with the speeders flying around the corner where we exit to get onto 328th. 1 I am all for helping the low income, seniors, and disabled but unfortunately there are some who have no pride in maintaining a nice livable property, which in turn promotes the graffiti and trash we see in many areas already. I find this unacceptable and a blight on our city. I have heard of a lot of people who are moving out or considering moving out due to all of the current problems here in the city. Please, my neighbors and I do not want the Bally's property re -zoned to allow multi- family housing. It is better fit for the office and\or retail space in keeping with the Quad across the street on 1st Ave. South. There is already a high density of apartments and condominiums in this area and too much traffic. Thank you. Mary Herman 341 S 327th Lane Federal Way, WA 98003 Email: mehl048@aol.com ra Natalie Kamieniecki From: Matthew Richardson <mr183468@gmail.com> Sent: Wednesday, September 15, 2021 2:55 PM To: Keith Niven Cc: Natalie Kamieniecki Subject: Re: Proposal to Rezone the Bally's Fitness Center Property [EXTERNAL EMAIL WARNING] This email originated from outside of the City of Federal Way and may not be trustworthy. Please use caution when clicking links, opening attachments, or replying to requests for information. If you have any doubts about the validity of this email please contact IT Help Desk at x2555. Thank you, Keith. Your response is greatly appreciated. Thanks, Matt On Wed, Sep 15, 2021 at 2:51 PM Keith Niven <Keith.Nivei3 cz cityofi'ederalway.corn> wrote: Matt, Thank you for your email. I will make sure your concerns are entered into the record for the Public Hearing and shared with the Planning Commission before they make their recommendation to the City Council on this proposal. From: Matthew Richardson <mr183468Pgmail.com> Sent: Wednesday, September 15, 2021 1:21 PM To: Keith Niven Subject: Proposal to Rezone the Bally's Fitness Center Property [EXTERNAL EMAIL WARNING] This email originated from outside of the City of Federal Way and may not be trustworthy. Please use caution when clicking links, opening attachments, or replying to requests for information. If you have any doubts about the validity of this email please contact IT Help Desk at x2555. Dear Keith, I fear that this rezone would significantly increase traffic volumes on nearby streets and also increase crime in areas immediately surrounding where the proposed multi -family housing would be. I simply ask that you imagine being a homeowner in this area and how it would affect you and your loved ones. I hope that you stand with the good people of Federal Way and prevent this from happening. All the best, Matt Natalie Kamieniecki From: Keith Niven Sent: Monday, September 20, 2021 7:52 AM To: 'Cindi Sonich' Cc: Natalie Kamieniecki Subject: RE: Bally's Rezone Good morning Cindi, Thank you for your email. I will make sure it is made part of the written record for the Public Hearing and will make sure the Planning Commission receive it before they make a recommendation on the Ballys. Keith Niven, AICP, CEcD Planning Manager ACity of Federal Way (253)835-2643 From: Cindi Sonich <cpsonich@yahoo.com> Sent: Sunday, September 19, 2021 2:55 PM To: Keith Niven <Keith.Niven@cityoffederalway.com> Subject: Bally's Rezone [EXTERNAL EMAIL WARNING] This email originated from outside of the City of Federal Way and may not be trustworthy. Please use caution when clicking links, opening attachments, or replying to requests for information. If you have any doubts about the validity of this email please contact IT Help Desk at x2555. Hi Keith: As a resident living directly behind the old Bally's property, I am 100% against the current landowners plan to request rezoning in order to build large, multistory, multifamily housing. The builder only wants to line his pockets with money and destroy the character of our neighborhood. That being said, if rezoning was permitted for housing, that housing should reflect what is currently the standard in our neighborhood, i.e., no taller than TWO units high. Anything larger than that would create a traffic nightmare, increase the noise level of the neighborhood, and totally destroy the ambiance of the area. Case in point, the high-rise living situation across the street from Safeway on 320th. Since that was been built, the character of the area has totally changed. Traffic is a nightmare, we have all kinds of people crossing the street illegally (not in a crosswalk), and the numbers of people who just hang out at Safeway have increased such that shopping there is no longer viable. The area is unsafe, dirty, congested, and frankly unsightly. Federal Way is not a cosmopolitan city. Every attempt to make it look like a "real" city has turned it into an eyesore. The "heart" of Federal Way and the surrounding transit center is an epicenter of crime, homelessness, and filth. I do not want my little slice of Federal Way to end up with the same fate. As taxpayers, we should be able to continue our current quality of life and enjoy walking in our neighborhood without fear of being overwhelmed by too may cars and people. Keep Federal Way a bedroom community and away from monstrous multistoried tenements that destroy neighborhoods and lives. There is nothing wrong with making money (the builder) but that should not come at the expense of the people living in the area. Thank you for your time, Cindi Sonich Natalie Kamieniecki From: Keith Niven Sent: Thursday, September 30, 2021 5:17 PM To: 'JULIO DIAZ' Cc: Tina Piety; Natalie Kamieniecki Subject: RE: OPPOSE the Proposal to Rezone the Bally's Fitness Center Property Mr. Diaz, Thank you for your email. I will make sure it is provided in the Planning Commission packet and made part of the Hearing record. Keith Niven, AICP, CEcD Planning Manager City of Federal Way (253)835-2643 From: JULIO DIAZ <paclinent@comcast.net> Sent: Thursday, September 30, 20214:57 PM To: Keith Niven <Keith.Niven@cityoffederalway.com> Subject: OPPOSE the Proposal to Rezone the Bally's Fitness Center Property [EXTERNAL EMAIL WARNING] This email originated from outside of the City of Federal Way and may not be trustworthy. Please use caution when clicking links, opening attachments, or replying to requests for information. If you have any doubts about the validity of this email please contact IT Help Desk at x2555. Dear Mr Kevin Niven, I am writing this letter to you that I formally oppose the rezone of the old Bally Fitness Center Property. There are many impacts to rezoning the property to multifamily residential including, noise, traffic concerns including negative Level of Service (LOS) impacts to adjacent facilties and arterials - requiring improvements to increase capacity, excessive mitigation need for road access, unnecessary environmental concerns such as increased water run-off and decreased sightlines, neighborhood noise & activity, and most importantly public safety concerns. Public sentiment, particularly from existing nearby neighborhood owners should also have the opportunity to have their concerns heard and these concerns should be taken into serious consideration. The property is also surrounded by several wetland areas and a new multi -family dwelling unit of any considerable size would certainly have negative impacts to these areas. The property's zoning should be left as is. Sincerely, Julio Diaz 206-498-1247 Resident of Federal Way since 1997 Commissioner for Washington State Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs Former Hiahwav Planner, WSDOT Natalie Kamieniecki From: Keith Niven Sent: Wednesday, February 23, 2022 12:31 PM To: Ken Pratt Cc: Natalie Kamieniecki; Brian Davis; EJ Walsh; Stacey Welsh Subject: Re: Bally's Rezone Mr. Pratt, Thank you for your email regarding Bally's The proposed rezone/Comprehensive Plan Amendment was requested in 2021. The proposal went the Planning Commission and there was a recommendation that the proposal only be approved if there is a development agreement between the City and the property that addresses opportunities for home ownership. That recommendation was made in October. Currently we have been awaiting a proposed development agreement that would comply with this recommendation. The potential buyer (the one that hosted the neighborhood meeting) believed having a meeting with the neighborhood would be an appropriate step for them to take before they submitted their proposed development agreement. City staff were not invited to the meeting. The site plan they showed at the meeting and the number of units, driveways, etc. has not been reviewed by City staff as to its compliance with city codes. This review would happen only after (and if) the City Council approved the rezone/Comprehensive Plan change and would ensure the traffic concerns raised in your email would be addressed and considered. I hope you find this response helpful. If you have additional questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to let me know. From: Ken Pratt <pratt.ken@gmail.com> Sent: Wednesday, February 23, 2022 11:16 AM To: Keith Niven Subject: Bally's Rezone [EXTERNAL EMAIL WARNING] This email originated from outside of the City of Federal Way and may not be trustworthy. Please use caution when clicking links, opening attachments, or replying to requests for information. If you have any doubts about the validity of this email please contact IT Help Desk at x2555. Kenneth Pratt 32614 2nd Place South Federal Way, WA 98003 c ratt. ken 0ama i I. corn February 23, 2022 Keith Niven, Planning Manager 33325 8th Ave, South Federal Way, WA 98003 Dear Mr. Niven: I attended the Zoom town meeting about their proposed project at the old Bally's Fitness Club located at: 32818 First Ave South, They presented some preliminary information about the community they are seeking to build after receiving a rezoning. It is my understanding that they haven't yet purchased the property and are in what they called the "redevelopment process." After listening to their representative describe their vision for the project, I am not totally against their plan but I do have some concerns that I would like to air. First of all, they presented a preliminary plan for the layout, placement of buildings and access points. Based on the drawing they presented, access and egress will only be via S328th running east to west at the north side of the property. They have two access points, one just a few hundred feet off of 1 st Avenue South and another another one further towards the east side of the property and directly across from the back gated entrance to the condo units, Colonial Forest, where I reside. With the addition of roughly 130 living units there would be the possibility of more than 250 additional vehicles moving in and out on S328th. S328th already acts as a bypass route that many Federal Way residents choose to use so they don't have to wait at the S320th and 15t South intersection. Vehicles travel at speeds well over the posted 25 MPH speed limit going both ways on S328th which turns into 5th Avenue South about a half mile east of the property. Leaving our back gate now we are taking our chances with a curve to the east and a bulkhead to the west that restrict our view. Add speed and it gets more difficult to leave our campus. Now they want to add another access and egress across from ours with additional vehicles adding further issues to our access and ability to leave. In addition, several school aged children are picked up our back gate and dropped off across the street at the proposed exit from their facility. This has been a bus stop for several years for children who reside in Colonial Forest. Secondly, someone at Heritage Court just east of their planned campus brought up some issues with flooding and slides in their area east of their fence line. Something that should be researched. My last issue is with their inability to tell the folks attending the meeting if these town homes/condos would be rentals or for sale units. I would hope that these units would be for sale residences instead of rentals. I believe the project would be good for the area and the values of other homes in the area but I believe that ownership brings more pride in a campus and less issues with safety and possible crime. I would like to see further study of the traffic issues. Sincerely, Kenneth Pratt cc: Natalie Kamienieck, Associate Planner E.J. Walsh, P.E. Desiree Winkler, P.E. Federal Way City Council Jim Ferrell, Federal Way Mayor Natalie Kamieniecki From: Amy Glandon Sent: Wednesday, February 23, 2022 12:36 PM To: Linda Kochmar; Susan Honda; Lydia Assefa-Dawson; Erica Norton; Hoang Tran; Jack Dovey; Jack Walsh; Jim Ferrell; Keith Niven; Natalie Kamieniecki Cc: C K Subject: FW: Bally's Rezone Email received today, below. From: Ken Pratt <pratt.ken@gmail.com> Sent: Wednesday, February 23, 2022 11:26 AM To: Amy Glandon <Amy.Glandon@cityoffederalway.com> Subject: Bally's Rezone [EXTERNAL EMAIL WARNING] This email originated from outside of the City of Federal Way and may not be trustworthy. Please use caution when clicking links, opening attachments, or replying to requests for information. If you have any doubts about the validity of this email please contact IT Help Desk at x2555. Kenneth Pratt 32614 2nd Place South Federal Way, WA 98003 pratt.ken@c1ma il. ggm February 23, 2022 Federal Way City Council 33325 8th Ave. South Federal Way, WA 98003 Dear Council Members: I attended the Zoom town meeting about their proposed project at the old Bally's Fitness Club located at: 32818 First Ave South. They presented some preliminary information about the community they are seeking to build after receiving a rezoning. It is my understanding that they haven't yet purchased the property and are in what they called the "redevelopment process." After listening to their representative describe their vision for the project, I am not totally against their plan but I do have some concerns that I would like to air. First of all, they presented a preliminary plan for the layout, placement of buildings and access points. Based on the drawing they presented, access and egress will only be via S328th running east to west at the north side of the property. They have two access points, one just a few hundred feet off of 1 st Avenue South and another another one further towards the east side of the property and directly across from the back gated entrance to the condo units, Colonial Forest, where I reside. With the addition of roughly 130 living units there would be the possibility of more than 250 additional vehicles moving in and out on S328th. S328th already acts as a bypass route that many Federal Way residents choose to use so they don't have to wait at the S320th and 1 st South intersection. Vehicles travel at speeds well over the posted 25 MPH speed limit going both ways on S328th which turns into 5th Avenue South about a half mile east of the property. Leaving our back gate now we are taking our chances with a curve to the east and a bulkhead to the west that restrict our view. Add speed and it gets more difficult to leave our campus. Now they want to add another access and egress across from ours with additional vehicles adding further issues to our access and ability to leave. In addition, several school aged children are picked up our back gate and dropped off across the street at the proposed exit from their facility. This has been a bus stop for several years for children who reside in Colonial Forest. Secondly, someone at Heritage Court just east of their planned campus brought up some issues with flooding and slides in their area east of their fence line. Something that should be researched. My last issue is with their inability to tell the folks attending the meeting if these townhomes/condos would be rentals or for sale units. I would hope that these units would be for sale residences instead of rentals. I believe the project would be good for the area and the values of other homes in the area but I believe that ownership brings more pride in a campus and less issues with safety and possible crime. I would like to see further study of the traffic issues. Sincerely, Kenneth Pratt cc: Natalie Kamienieck, Associate Planner Keith Niven, Planning Manager E.J. Walsh, P.E. Desiree Winkler, P.E. Jim Ferrell, Mayor Federal Way. Natalie Kamieniecki From: Desiree Winkler Sent: Thursday, February 24, 2022 8:59 AM To: 'Ken Pratt' Cc: Natalie Kamieniecki; Keith Niven; Cole Elliott; Rick Perez; EJ Walsh Subject: RE: Bally's Rezone - response Mr. Pratt, Thank you for sharing your concerns regarding the proposed rezone of the old Bally's Fitness property. I am happy to hear that the property developer reached out to hold the meeting with adjacent residents / property owners. As of today, there has been a Pre -Application Conference for a proposal to install multi -family townhomes, a requested Administrative Determination to allow a storm vault outside the City Center Core, and a request to waive the street frontage improvements along 15t Avenue S. There is an extensive permitting process that they will need to follow including including storm drainage (floods/slides) and traffic analysis. As far as access to the property, the preference is for the access to be off of 328' (the lower volume road). I can appreciate your concerns with added traffic to your complex's entrance. That will be reviewed as part of the traffic analysis. Speeding and cut through's on 328th is something that can be petitioned to be reviewed now as part of our Neighborhood Traffic Safety (NTS) Program. https://www.cityoffedera lway.comisiteslde fault/files/FW%20Neighborhood%20Traffic%20Safety%20Progra m%20%281 %29.pdf One thing we can't control is if these will be apartments or condos. The property owner may choose whichever option as long as it is within allowed land use / zoning. We have forwarded your concerns to our Community Development Department who is overseeing the rezoning amendment for this property. I have copied Natalie Kamieniecki, Associate Planner who is leading the amendment process for the city. Please let Natalie or I know if you have any additional concerns. Respectfully, Desiree S. Winkler, P.E. Deputy Public Works Director twr or Federal Way Desiree.winkler(@citvoffederalway.com P: 253.835.2711 F: 253.835.2709 C: 253.261.3590 From: Ken Pratt <pratt.ken@gmail.com> Sent: Wednesday, February 23, 2022 11:23 AM To: Desiree Winkler <Desiree.Winkler@cityoffederalway.com> Subject: Bally's Rezone [EXTERNAL EMAIL WARNING] This email originated from outside of the City of Federal Way and may not be trustworthy. Please use caution when clicking links, opening attachments, or replying to requests for information. If you have any doubts about the validity of this email please contact IT Help Desk at x2555. Kenneth Pratt 32614 2nd Place South Federal Way, WA 98003 pratt.kena--mail, cam February 23, 2022 Desiree Winkler, P.E. 33325 8th Ave. South Federal Way, WA 98003 Dear Ms. Winkler: I attended the Zoom town meeting about their proposed project at the old Bally's Fitness Club located at: 32818 First Ave South. They presented some preliminary information about the community they are seeking to build after receiving a rezoning. It is my understanding that they haven't yet purchased the property and are in what they called the "redevelopment process." After listening to their representative describe their vision for the project, I am not totally against their plan but I do have some concerns that I would like to air. First of all, they presented a preliminary plan for the layout, placement of buildings and access points. Based on the drawing they presented, access and egress will only be via S328th running east to west at the north side of the property. They have two access points, one just a few hundred feet off of 1 st Avenue South and another another one further towards the east side of the property and directly across from the back gated entrance to the condo units, Colonial Forest, where I reside. With the addition of roughly 130 living units there would be the possibility of more than 250 additional vehicles moving in and out on S328th, S328th already acts as a bypass route that many Federal Way residents choose .to use so they don't have to wait at the S320th and 1st South intersection. Vehicles travel at speeds well over the posted 25 MPH speed limit going both ways on S328th which turns into 5th Avenue South about a half mile east of the property. Leaving our back gate now we are taking our chances with a curve to the east and a bulkhead to the west that restrict our view. Add speed and it gets more difficult to leave our campus. Now they want to add another access and egress across from ours with additional vehicles adding further issues to our access and ability to leave. In addition, several school aged children are picked up our back gate and dropped off across the street at the proposed exit from their facility. This has been a bus stop for several years for children who reside in Colonial Forest. Secondly, someone at Heritage Court just east of their planned campus brought up some issues with flooding and slides in their area east of their fence line. Something that should be researched. My last issue is with their inability to tell the folks attending the meeting if these town homes/co ndos would be rentals or for sale units. I would hope that these units would be for sale residences instead of rentals. I believe the project would be good for the area and the values of other homes in the area but I believe that ownership brings more pride in a campus and less issues with safety and possible crime. I would like to see further study of the traffic issues, Sincerely, Kenneth Pratt Natalie Kamieniecki From: Margaret Nelson <oldrosen@gmail.com> Sent: Friday, June 24, 2022 3:45 PM To: Natalie Kamieniecki Subject: Re: old Bally's site planning question [EXTERNAL EMAIL WARNING] This email originated from outside of the City of Federal Way and may not be trustworthy. Please use caution when clicking links, opening attachments, or replying to requests for information. If you have any doubts about the validity of this email please contact IT Help Desk at x2555. Thank you for the quick response and for including the information. Margaret Nelson On Fri, Jun 24, 2022 at 3:08 PM Natalie Kamieniecki <Natalie. Kamieniecki cit offederalwa .com> wrote: Good Afternoon, Please see attached notice of public hearing. Information on land use notices can be accessed on the website here: https://www.cityoffederalway.com/page/land-use-notices There will be a staff report available on the website next Wednesday. In short the property owner is requesting a comprehensive plan amendment and rezone from the current Office Park (OP) zone to Multi -family (RM1800). There is a Development agreement that accompanies the project that the development will be market rate townhomes and will have a condominium recorded to remove any barriers to selling the units in the future. Sincerely, Natalie Kamieniecki Associate Planner 1 [�IYM A-:_. __ FederaI Wa 33325 81" Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 Phone: 253/835-2638 www.citvoffederalwa,v.com From: Margaret Nelson <oldrosen@gmail.com> Sent: Friday, June 24, 2022 2:58 PM To: Ping Inquiry<PinglnqLxiry@citvoffederalway.com> Subject: old Bally's site planning question [EXTERNAL EMAIL WARNING] This email originated from outside of the City of Federal Way and may not be trustworthy. Please use caution when clicking links, opening attachments, or replying to requests for information. If you have any doubts about the validity of this email please contact IT Help Desk at x2555. We spotted a change of use sign on the old Bally's Health Club site on the SE corner of First Avenue and S 328th Street. Apparently there is a related hearing on July 5. We could not read the details but want to know what is proposed and where we can read about it, I assume, online. Would you please tell me where I can get these details without having to visit city hall? Thank you, Margaret Nelson Natalie Kamieniecki From: Brian Davis Sent: Friday, July 1, 2022 7:51 PM To: Keith Niven; Natalie Kamieniecki Subject: Fwd: Ballys site development Begin forwarded message: From: Lonny Olds <oldlon56@icloud.com> Date: July 1, 2022 at 2:54:32 PM MDT To: Brian Davis <Brian.Davis@cityoffederalway.com> Subject: Ballys site development [EXTERNAL EMAIL WARNING] This email originated from outside of the City of Federal Way and may not be trustworthy. Please use caution when clicking links, opening attachments, or replying to requests for information. If you have any doubts about the validity of this email please contact IT Help Desk at x2555. I'm writing concerning the Ballys site comprehensive plan amendment and development agreement. I understand an apartment development co. purchased the property and is now demanding that it be rezoned to multi family. I'm hoping the city council will consider the impact this will have on our community. I've lived here for 25 yrs. and have witnesses first hand the decline in our city and believe this will only contribute to that! At least if they were owner occupied condo's the owners would have a vested interest in there home and community. Thank you , and best regards Lonny Olds 3105 327TH LN 98003 2063512491 Sent from my iPhone Natalie Kamieniecki From: Leisha Muraki <hello@leishamuraki.com> Sent: Friday, July 8, 2022 3:17 PM To: Natalie Kamieniecki Subject: Former Bally's Site #20-103733-UP, #20-103734-SE [EXTERNAL EMAIL WARNING] This email originated from outside of the City of Federal Way and may not be trustworthy. Please use caution when clicking links, opening attachments, or replying to requests for information. If you have any doubts about the validity of this email please contact IT Help Desk at x2555. Hello Natalie, My name is Leisha, and I, along with the USTA (United States Tennis Association), have been interested in the former Bally's site. Unfortunately, I misread the public hearing date as August 5th instead of July 5th. Is there public information on the hearing and whether or not ESM Consulting Engineers was successful in their request for zoning? Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thank you for your time, Leisha Leisha Muraki US: +1 206 618 1121 AU: +61451 960 038 leishamuraki.com @leishamuraki From: Keith Niven To: "JULIO DIAZ" Cc: Tina Pi ; Natalie Kamieniecki Subject: RE: OPPOSE the Proposal to Rezone the Bally"s Fitness Center Property Date: Thursday, September 30, 2021 5:16:57 PM Attachments: imaae002.ono Mr. Diaz, Thank you for your email. I will make sure it is provided in the Planning Commission packet and made part of the Hearing record. Keith Niven, AICP, CEcD Planning Manager A City of Federal Way (253)835-2643 From: JULIO DIAZ <paclinent@comcast.net> Sent: Thursday, September 30, 2021 4:57 PM To: Keith Niven <Keith.Niven@cityoffederalway.com> Subject: OPPOSE the Proposal to Rezone the Bally's Fitness Center Property [EXTERNAL EMAIL WARNING] This email originated from outside of the City of Federal Way and may no be trustworthy. Please use caution when clicking links, opening attachments, or replying to requests for information. If you have any doubts about the validity of this email please contact IT Help Desk at x2555. Dear Mr Kevin Niven, I am writing this letter to you that I formally oppose the rezone of the old Bally Fitness Center Property. There are many impacts to rezoning the property to multifamily residential including, noise, traffic concerns including negative Level of Service (LOS) impacts to adjacent facilties and arterials - requiring improvements to increase capacity, excessive mitigation need for road access, unnecessary environmental concerns such as increased water run-off and decreased sightlines, neighborhood noise & activity, and most importantly public safety concerns. Public sentiment, particularly from existing nearby neighborhood owners should also have the opportunity to have their concerns heard and these concerns should be taken into serious consideration. The property is also surrounded by several wetland areas and a new multi -family dwelling unit of any considerable size would certainly have negative impacts to these areas. The property's zoning should be left as is. Sincerely, Julio Diaz 206-498-1247 Resident of Federal Way since 1997 Commissioner for Washington State Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs Former Highway Planner, WSDOT Natalie Kamieniecki From: Sent: To: Cc: Subject: -.- - Follow Up Flag: Flag Status: Hello Ms. Sonich, Tina Piety Tuesday, September 28, 2021 12:36 PM 'Cindi Sonich' Brian Davis; Keith Niven; Natalie Kamieniecki; Lawson Bronson Follow up Completed Thank you for your comments. City staff and the Planning Commission are happy to receive public comment and comments are taken into consideration when making decisions. All public comment will be included in the Planning Commission's agenda packet, which will be available to the public and sent to the Planning Commission at least one week before the continuation of the public hearing. At that time, the agenda and agenda packet will be found on the city's Agenda and Minutes webpage (https://www.citvoffederalway.com/pageLageiidas-an(I-iiiitiutes (scroll down for the Commission's agenda and minutes). The Planning Commission's Rules of Procedure (last amended January 6, 2010) do not call for written comments to be read aloud. The Commission will take additional oral comment at the October 6, 2021, public hearing and you are welcome to read your comments at that time. I will send out an email on October 4th (Monday before the hearing) reminding the Commissioners to review all public comment in advance of the hearing continuation. Again, the Planning Commission and city staff welcome (and encourage) public comment and we look forward to hearing from you on October 6th. Regards, Tina Piety E. Tina Piety, CAP, OM Administrative Assistant II City of Federal Way Community Development Department 33325 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 253/835-2601 / www.cityoffederai_way.com From: Cindi Sonich <cpsonich@yahoo.com> Sent: Sunday, September 26, 2021 10:42 AM To: Tina Piety <Tina.Piety@cityoffederalway.com> Subject: Bally's f [EXTERNAL EMAIL WARNING] This email originated from outside of the City of Federal Way and may not be trustworthy. Please use caution when clicking links, opening attachments, or replying to requests for information. If you have any doubts about the validity of this email please contact IT Help Desk at x2555. Please read at the next Planning Commission/Land Use meetin DENY REZONING As a resident living directly behind the old Bally's property, I am 100% against the current landowners plan to request rezoning in order to build large, multistory, multifamily housing. The builder only wants to line his pockets with money and destroy the character of our neighborhood. That being said, if rezoning was permitted for housing, that housing should reflect what is currently the standard in our neighborhood, i.e., no taller than TWO units high. Anything larger than that would create a traffic nightmare, increase the noise level of the neighborhood, and totally destroy the ambiance of the area. Case in point, the high-rise living situation across the street from Safeway on 320th. Since that was been built, the character of the area has totally changed. Traffic is a nightmare, we have all kinds of people crossing the street illegally (not in a crosswalk), and the numbers of people who just hang out at Safeway have increased such that shopping there is no longer viable. The area is unsafe, dirty, congested, and frankly unsightly. Federal Way is not a cosmopolitan city. Every attempt to make it look like a "real" city has turned it into an eyesore. The "heart" of Federal Way and the surrounding transit center is an epicenter of crime, homelessness, and filth. I do not want my little slice of Federal Way to end up with the same fate. As taxpayers, we should be able to continue our current quality of life and enjoy walking in our neighborhood without fear of being overwhelmed by too may cars and people. Keep Federal Way a bedroom community and away from monstrous multistoried tenements that destroy neighborhoods and lives. There is nothing wrong with making money (the builder) but that should not come at the expense of the people living in the area. Thank you for your time, Cindi Sonich Sent from my iPhone Natalie Kamieniecki From: Ken Pratt <pratt.ken@gmail.com> Sent: Thursday, September 23, 2021 6:10 AM To: Natalie Kamieniecki Subject: Bally's [EXTERNAL EMAIL WARNING] This email originated from outside of the City of Federal Way and may not be trustworthy. Please use caution when clicking links, opening attachments, or replying to requests for information. If you have any doubts about the validity of this email please contact IT Help Desk at x2555. I have recently become aware of the request by the land owner of Bally's old property at 32818 1st Avenue in Federal Way for a reclassification and zoning change. I live in the Colonial Forest Condo across 328th from the facility in question and wanted to voice my concerns. My first concern has to do with the increased traffic along 328th. Currently, 328th is used as a bypass to escape waiting for the lights at S 320th and 1st S. Many people use it in both directions to bypass this busy intersection and it is already creating issues with leaving our back gate at 2nd Place South and S 328th Street. It is difficult to see approaching traffic or judge the speed being traveled as they seem to disregard the 25 MPH speed limit set by the city. In addition to that, the addition of more units in the Bally's property could create parking issues along S 328th that do not exist at this time. Creating issues for the current neighbors around the property. My second concern has to do with what kind of zoning will be allowed. With the possibility of many additional living units there is a concern for the transient nature of apartments. Crime is bad enough but adding additional units in the area could create some issues for current neighbors of the property. Kenneth Pratt 32614 2nd Place South Federal Way, WA 98003 From: Tina Piety To: "Ronna Hazel" Cc: Brian Davis; Keith Niven; Natalie Kamieniecki; Lawson Bronson Subject: RE: Bally's Rezoning Date: Wednesday, September 22, 2021 4:15:41 PM Hello Ms. Hazel, Thank you for your comments. City staff and the Planning Commission are happy to receive public comment and comments are taken into consideration when making decisions. All public comment will be included in the Planning Commission's agenda packet, which will be available to the public and sent to the Planning Commission at least one week before the continuation of the public hearing. At that time, the agenda and agenda packet will be found on the city's Agenda and Minutes webpage (hJ1ws1/www.citvscroll down for the Commission's agenda and minutes). The Planning Commission's Rules of Procedure (last amended January 6, 2010) do not call for written comments to be read aloud. The Commission will take additional oral comment at the October 6, 2021, public hearing and you are welcome to read your comments at that time. I will send out an email on October 4th (Monday before the hearing) reminding the Commissioners to review all public comment in advance of the hearing continuation. Again, the Planning Commission and city staff welcome (and encourage) public comment and we look forward to hearing from you on October 6th. Regards, Tina Piety E. Tina Piety, CAP, OM Administrative Assistant II City of Federal Way Community Development Department 33325 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 253/835-2601 / www.cityoffederalway.com -----Original Message ----- From: Ronna Hazel <ronna_hazel@yahoo.com> Sent: Tuesday, September 21, 2021 10:08 AM To: Tina Piety<Tina.Piety@cityoffederalway.com> Subject: Bally's Rezoning [EXTERNAL EMAIL WARNING] This email originated from outside of the City of Federal Way and may not be trustworthy. Please use caution when clicking links, opening attachments, or replying to requests for information. If you have any doubts about the validity of this email please contact IT Help Desk at x2555. Please read aloud at the next Planning Commissioners meeting Planning Commission Members, I am writing to you today regarding the proposed rezoning of the Bally's Fitness Center property located at 1 st Ave and S 328th Street in Federal Way. It is my understanding that the current owner is asking for this property to be rezoned to "Residential use" from "Commercial use". I am asking the Planning Commission to DENY this request as we DO NOT need more traffic, more crime, more litter, more drug use, just to name a few negative issues, in our neighborhood. Until the city can gain control of the increased crime and drug use, how can we expect to be kept safe by adding more multifamily units in our city. Federal Way is OUT OF CONTROL NOW and with the state mandates taking effect in the near future, what guarantees are there that this area will not become a drug and crime infested area which will highly impact the nearby businesses and neighborhoods. I no longer feel safe in Federal Way and do not go out after dark and am constantly "watching my back" during the day hours. Sadly, I am considering leaving the area that I have lived in for 30 years. I do not WANT to move, but with the drug and crime issues in this city, for my safety, it is becoming a HAVE to move situation. It feels as though this decision may have already been made and the state will be building MORE housing for drug addicts with no background checks and no mandatory treatment. The working class, law abiding, tax paying citizens are being run out of this city AND from the state if we continue down this path. It is time to say NO and stop this insanity. It is time to LISTEN to the tax paying citizens and do what is right for the majority of residents. Again, please DENY this rezoning request. The city needs to get back on track and work on guaranteeing it's citizens a safe living environment. Thank you for your time and thinking about what the residents WANT. Respectfully, Ronna Hazel Sent from my iPad Natalie Kamieniecki From: Debbie Call <debbie.caII03@gmail.com> Sent: Wednesday, September 15, 2021 10:16 PM To: Natalie Kamieniecki Subject: Re: rezoning of Bally's comments/concerns questions [EXTERNAL EMAIL WARNING] This email originated from outside of the City of Federal Way and may not be trustworthy. Please use caution when clicking links, opening attachments, or replying to requests for information. If you have any doubts about the validity of this email please contact IT Help Desk at x2555. SO SORRY I ACCIDENTLY HIT SEND... PLEASE DISCARD THE 1ST EMAIL, THIS ONE IS THE COMPLETED EMAIL. I was instructed to send the concerns I mentioned in tonight's meeting in an email to you and you'd pass it on to the appropriate person. Thanks for the powerpoint you put together to give us a bit of history and where things were at right now. From the presentation and discussion, it seemed like the proposal to rezone it to multi -family was already a done deal in the minds of the commissioners. Not sure citizens have been heard regarding the rezoning. Here were the concerns that I brought up at tonight's meeting and I added a couple of more that I forgot to ask; 1. TRAFFIC on 1st AVE: 326th has a left turn signal to control turns. The light at 325th PI that leads into Colonial Forest does not have a left turn signal. There are accidents and near accidents all the time with people making left turns onto 325th PI and not seeing oncoming cars in outside lanes. With 1000 more potential residents, 1st ave is going to get hit hard with more traffic. We are already seeing increased traffic, fast cars and hearing police chases on 1st ave. WITHOUT TAXES Residents - WHO will pay for the left hand signal at 325th in all directions so we do not have head on collisions? Landowner/developer since he/she is the cause of the increased traffic? 2. PARKING: With the increase residents in the area, means more cars to park - we are already seeing multi - families living in 1 unit which is causing cars double parked, parked up and down the street. There will be increased parking issues on 326th street. WHAT IS THE PLAN FOR THIS? and the effects of increase car exhaust on the environment. 3. How are they going to fit in 145 units in a 6 acre lot and still have parking, open spaces etc that are required. They can only go UP. Condos and apartments in the area are only 3 stories high - A "highrise" apartment/townhouse design or ONE LARGE building complex DOES NOT fit in with our community and will take away from us feeling like we live in OWNED homes. Rather then being in the heart of the CITY. 4. IMPACT ON SCHOOLS. I have worked in the Federal Way School System for 25 years. I worked in 2 of the 1st buildings to be rebuilt (Valhalla Elementary and Lakota Middle School). Buildings during the planning/construction time are based on the current population, not the POTENTIAL. During the time that Valhalla was built, we had already outgrown it. What was supposed to be a computer lab, turned into a classroom. Recent years, the teachers lounge was used as a classroom, and portables were brought in M because the new school could not take INFLUX. I also had colleagues tell me that Lake Dolloff and Seqoyah were bursting at the seams when Park 16 was built. Schools do not plan for future development. MIRROR LAKE ELEMENTARY is being rebuilt right now, this would be where the elementary kids will be going if living in a unit on this property. The school was built based on who lives in the area now, not on what will be coming. 5. CRIME: we have seen an increase in homeless and crime happening in the SAFEWAY area off 320th with the building of the apartments across the street. PLEASE reconsider rezoning to a multi -family unit in this area. Where there is an increase of people, tK&e is ah'inctease of problems (sad-ta say)-. We area rea ysee ng an - increase in car breakends at Colonial Forest (Condos North of property) and the Quad complex already gets hit with crime, PLEASE make sure infrastructure is in place and looked at when considering rezoning (do we have more of a Police presence?). Please be reminded that CRIME at Lowes and Home depot increased exponentially after Park 16 was build. Police could not go into Park 16 without a back up. BY rezoning Bally's to Multi-familiy units, we are increase the number of people in the area which inevitably brings in more crime. 6. QUESTION on zoning for multi -family units - ARE THEY REQUIRED TO HAVE A NUMBER OF UNITS AS LOW INCOME SECTION 8? No one will answer this question for me. 7. If townhouses, will it be required that those living in it are the OWNERS as it is at Coloniel Forest. I am against Rental units and high rise complexes. I'M against rezoning and hope that something that would attract people to WANT to live in our community could be put there, I have lived in Federal Way for 25 years and I've seen how the multi -family apts that are rental units have caused Federal Way to be known as something other than a nice place to live. IT is ashame that such a one beautiful city is going down hill because the city is allowing multi family buildings being built and instead of housing developments. What action from the residents can be taken to stop the rezoning? A Petition? Debbie Call, Federal Way Citizen Natalie Kamieniecki From: Tina Piety Sent: Wednesday, September 15, 2021 8:25 PM To: Natalie Kamieniecki Subject: FW: Planning Commission public hearing -----Original Message ----- From: dm picard <dm_picard@msn.com> Sent: Wednesday, September 15, 2021 7:56 PM To: Tina Piety <Tina.Piety@cityoffederalway.com> Subject: Planning Commission public hearing [EXTERNAL EMAIL WARNING] This email originated from outside of the City of Federal Way and may not be trustworthy. Please use caution when clicking links, opening attachments, or replying to requests for information. If you have any doubts about the validity of this email please contact IT Help Desk at x2555. >> Thank you for the intelligent questions asked at the planning meeting September 15th. My interest as a homeowner who purchased near Bally's when it was in operation. I strongly feel that the city should not change the zoning this is against the interests of current city residents. >> I do appreciate your questions regarding parking at the light rail station. The light rail stations have often had very insufficient parking. >> Regards, >> Michele Natalie Kamieniecki From: Keith Niven Sent: Wednesday, September 15, 2021 7:08 PM To: dm picard Cc: Natalie Kamieniecki Subject;_ _Re: Rezone of Bally's_1_st Avenue Thank you for your email. Staff will include this email as part of the record for the Public Hearing and provide a copy to the Planning Commission prior to their making a recommendation to the City Council. From: dm picard <dm_picard@msn.com> Sent: Wednesday, September 15, 2021 7:05 PM To: Keith Niven Subject: Rezone of Bally's 1st Avenue [EXTERNAL EMAIL WARNING] This email originated from outside of the City of Federal Way and may not be trustworthy. Please use caution when clicking links, opening attachments, or replying to requests for information. If you have any doubts about the validity of this email please contact IT Help Desk at x2555. > I request the city council to represent the interests of homeowners, voters and long time residents of the Heritage Court, Campus Green, Quiet Forest, Sunrise and Campus Glen neighborhoods by rejecting the request to rezone. This quadrant cannot absorb additional residential density safely. > Regards Natalie Kamieniecki From: Keith Niven Sent: Wednesday, September 15, 2021 5:55 PM To: John Halvorsen Cc: Natalie Kamieniecki Subject: Re: Meeting Tonight.6:30 P~m, Mr. Halvorsen, Thank you for your email. We will make sure it is included as part of the Public Hearing record and we will make sure it is shared with the Planning Commission before they make recommendation to the City Council on this proposal. From: John Halvorsen <jolimusic@centurylink.net> Sent: Wednesday, September 15, 2021 5:32 PM To: Keith Niven; Natalie Kamieniecki Subject: Fwd: Meeting Tonight 6:30 p.m. [EXTERNAL EMAIL WARNING] This email originated from outside of the City of Federal Way and may not be trustworthy. Please use caution when clicking links, opening attachments, or replying to requests for information. If you have any doubts about the validity of this email please contact IT Help Desk at x2555, Hello, Please have the planning commission consider zoning the Bally's property for commercial purposes, or mixed; as in upscale commercial with owned condominiums. No rentals, "affordable" housing, or section 8 homes please. Thank you. John Halvorsen -------- Original Message -------- Subject: Fwd: Meeting Tonight 6:30 p.m. From: John Halvorsen <jolimusic@centurylink.net> Sent: Wednesday, September 15, 2021, 17:08 To:'Marilyn Kelleigh' <m.kelleigh@comcast.net> CC: John Halvorsen -------- Original Message -------- Subject: Meeting Tonight 6:30 p.m. e From: John Halvorsen <'ollmusic centur link.net> Sent: Wednesday, September 15, 2021, 15:14 To: Jon <zuikarious@gmail.com>,Marie Alba <m3i4 @com cast. net >,jess salazar <salazar.less@coi-ncast.net >,'Val Krzyzaniak' <sharzade@hvtmail_.cOPI> CC: Hello Board; I hear there is a Federal Way planning commission hearing tonight on the 6-acre former Bally's property to the south of us. I won't be able to attend to voice my opinion, but would like to put it out to enough people (if you can help and if the meeting is tonight) to bring their opinions to the City Directors and mayor about what they would like done with the property. ,My vote is I would like the Bally's property to continue being commercially zoned. As a second option, if not going 100% commercial, then mixed commercial and residential (condominium home ownership - not rentals). Given our recent history connected with the new section 8 type housing and noticeable rise of crime in the City, the old Bally's area should not be used for rental residencies. Any new planning here should allow for maximizing our property values and to assure better neighborhood safety. Thank you. John Halvorsen B23/5 Natalie Kamieniecki From: John Halvorsen <jolimusic@centurylink.net> Sent: Wednesday, September 15, 2021 5:33 PM To: Keith Niven; Natalie Kamieniecki Subject: Fwd: Meeting Tonight 6:30 p.m, [EXTERNAL EMAIL WARNING] This email originated from outside of the City of Federal Way and may not be trustworthy. Please use caution when clicking links, opening attachments, or replying to requests for information. If you have any doubts about the validity of this email please contact IT Help Desk at x2555. Hello, Please have the planning commission consider zoning the Bally's property for commercial purposes, or mixed, as in upscale commercial with owned condominiums. No rentals, "affordable" housing, or section 8 homes please. Thank you. John Halvorsen -------- Original Message -------- Subject: Fwd: Meeting Tonight 6:30 p.m. From: John Halvorsen <jolimusic@centurylink.net> Sent: Wednesday, September 15, 2021, 17:08 To: 'Marilyn Kelleigh' <m.kelleigh@comcast. net> CC: John Halvorsen -------- Original Message -------- Subject: Meeting Tonight 6:30 p.m. From: John Halvorsen <Lorimusic centur link.net> Sent: Wednesday, September 15, 2021, 15:14 To: Jon <zulkarious _ gmail.com>,Marie Alba <m314@comcast.net>Jess Salazar <salazar.iess@comcast.net>,'Val Krzyzaniak' <sharzade@hotmail.com> CC: Hello Board, I hear there is a Federal Way planning commission hearing tonight on the 6-acre former Bally's property to the south of US. won't be able to attend to voice my opinion, but would like to put it out to enough people (if you can help and if the meeting is tonight) to bring their opinions to the City Directors and mayor about what they would like done witli the property. My vote is I would like the Bally's property to continue being commercially zoned. As a second option, if not going 100% commercial, then mixed commercial and residential (condominium home ownership - not rentals). Given our recent history connected with the new section 8 type hou ng and noticeable rise of crime in the City, the old Bally's area should not be used for rental residencies. Any new planning here should allow for maximizing our property values and to assure better neighborhood safety. Thank you. John Halvorsen B23/5 Natalie Kamieniecki From: Keith Niven Sent: Wednesday, September 15, 2021 5:52 PM To: Lun Ou Cc: Natalie Kamieniecki Subject: Re:_4ppo5e_the proposal to rezone, first avenue s. and s. 328th st. Luna, Thank you for your email. I will make sure it is made part of the Public Hearing record and shared with the Planning Commission before they make a recommendation to the City Council on this proposal. From: Lun Ou <luna.ou@aya.yale.edu> Sent: Wednesday, September 15, 2021 5:32 PM To: Keith Niven Subject: Fwd: Oppose the proposal to rezone first avenue s. and s. 328th st. [EXTERNAL EMAIL WARNING] This email originated from outside of the City of Federal Way and may not be trustworthy. Please use caution when clicking links, opening attachments, or replying to requests for information. If you have any doubts about the validity of this email please contact IT Help Desk at x2555. Hello Keith, I oppose the proposal to rezone first avenue s. and s. 328th st. This rezone would allow one dwelling unit per 1,800 feet. The multifamily housing buildings would be tall and would greatly increase traffic volumes on nearby streets. Crime has also increased in the areas immediately surrounding places where other multifamily housing units have been built in the Federal way. Thank you for your understanding! We want to be heard! Best, Luna Ou Cell: (203) 809-9458 Linkedln: hftps://www.linkedin-comlin/lunou/ Natalie Kamieniecki From: jane sidlo <moonkitti@hotmail.com> Sent: Wednesday, September 15, 2021 5:26 PM To: Keith Niven; Natalie Kamieniecki Cc: Nancychapman25@hotmail.com; Ronna Hazel Subject: Planning_CQmm.ission - protest_to.rezone Bally's [EXTERNAL EMAIL WARNING] This email originated from outside of the City of Federal Way and may not be trustworthy. Please use caution when clicking links, opening attachments, or replying to requests for information. If you have any doubts about the validity of this email please contact IT Help Desk at x2555. Dear City Clerk, Please read the following letter aloud at Planning Commission meeting 9-15-21. Please hear my concerns regarding the rezoning of The Bally's Property located on 1" Ave. S and S 3281h St. in FW. This feels like an extension of King County's 'Housing First' agenda, it smacks of dishonest and blatant lack of regard for the residents that live here, especially near Bally's. Why is it that the people that work hard and pay your salaries have no say in what is being planned in our city! Your letter mentions 1 officer was responsible for determining there is no need for an environmental impact statement? On what grounds? Why wasn't this information shared with the public? Where can it be found? I am sure there was no study, no real factual effort to determine impact because the impact doesn't matter! Just as Housing First impact doesn't matter, this Housing First idea has been around for decades and found to NOT WORK! The only thing I see coming out of the Mayor's office and the CC are plans to destroy Federal Way! To not see this is blind ignorance of the impact from these rezoning and housing plans throughout the City and this feels like an extension for that! As citizen's and residence of Federal Way we have good reason to not trust what is being planned here. We do not want this property rezoned for good sound reasons! We do not need the over crowding of multi -family housing here. Crime is off the charts, and the police can do nothing! We do not want to see our home values plummet! We have good reason to believe that it will be used for the so-called "homeless", the homeless because of drug addiction. Frankly, we are sick of double speak politicians and their failed policies!!! Let's not turn Federal Way into another Detroit! it's already looking to much like Seattle! Sincerely, Jane Sidlo - Heritage Court home owner V, Sent from Mail for Windows Natalie Kamieniecki From: Ronna Hazel <ronnahazel@hotmail.com> Sent: Wednesday, September 15, 2021 4:56 PM To: Keith Niven Cc: Natalie Kamieniecki _Subject: Rezoning 4f Bally's Fitness_ Center [EXTERNAL EMAIL WARNING] This email originated from outside of the City of Federal Way and may not be trustworthy. Please use caution when clicking links, opening attachments, or replying to requests for information. If you have any doubts about the validity of this email please contact IT Help Desk at x2555. Planning Commission Members, I am writing to you today regarding the proposed rezoning of the Bally's Fitness Center property located at 1st Ave and S 328th Street in Federal Way. It is my understanding that the current owner is asking for this property to be rezoned to "Residential use" from "Commercial use". I am asking the Planning Commission to DENY this request as we DO NOT need more traffic, more crime, more litter, more drug use, just to name a few negative issues, in our neighborhood. Until the city can gain control of the increased crime and drug use, how can we expect to be kept safe by adding more multifamily units in our city. Federal Way is OUT OF CONTROL NOW and with the state mandates taking effect in the near future, what guarantees are there that this area will not become a drug and crime infested area which will highly impact the nearby businesses and neighborhoods. I no longer feel safe in Federal Way and do not go out after dark and am constantly "watching my back" during the day hours. Sadly, I am considering leaving the area that I have lived in for 30 years. I do not WANT to move, but with the drug and crime issues in this city, for my safety, it is becoming a HAVE to move situation. It feels as though this decision may have already been made and the state will be building MORE housing for drug addicts with no background checks and no mandatory treatment. The working class, law abiding, tax paying citizens are being run out of this city AND from the state if we continue down this path. It is time to say NO and stop this insanity. It is time to LISTEN to the tax paying citizens and do what is right for the majority of residents. Again, please DENY this rezoning request. The city needs to get back on track and work on guaranteeing it's citizens a safe living environment. Thank you for your time and thinking about what the residents WANT. Respectfully, Ronna Hazel Sent from my iPad v✓ Natalie Kamieniecki From: Nancy <nancychapman25@hotmail.com> Sent: Wednesday, September 15, 2021 4:07 PM To: Kieth.Nivens@cityoffederalway.com; Natalie Kamieniecki Cc: jane sidlo; Julie Seitz; Ronna Hazel Subject, Planning Commission Meeting Sept.15, 2021 [EXTERNAL EMAIL WARNING] This email originated from outside of the City of Federal Way and may not be trustworthy. Please use caution when clicking links, opening attachments, or replying to requests for information. If you have any doubts about the validity of this email please contact IT Help Desk at x2555. Dear City Clerk, Please read the following letter aloud at Planning Commission meeting 9-15-21. Dear Planning Commission members. Thank you for hearing my concerns regarding the rezoning of The Bally's Property located on 1" Ave. S and S 3281h St. in FW. My previous letters were out of concern of the traffic, congestion, and street racing that this area will see if rezoning is approved. The city's I quote, "responsible official" determined that there was no need for an Environmental Impact Statement. So in City Hall speak, (I'm becoming a fluent translator.) that means that "one" "Responsible Official" has made a decision, a "Determination of Insignificance", DNS. This responsible official no doubt does not live near my neighborhood. I kind of wonder why were having this meeting? Is it so this process can be drug out to appear as if some consideration is being given to those of us who actually have a dog in the hunt? To add insult to injury is the very real possibility that this property could possibly be used to fulfill the disgusting accommodation of newly adopted state legislation requiring the housing of drug addicts without treatment, to reside in our neighborhoods. Are you listening city planners? Myself and many of my neighbors are NIMBY'S. NOT IN MY BACKYARD!!! Please do right by us. Sincerely, Nancy Justice, Concerned citizen. Sent from Mail for Windows Natalie Kamieniecki From: Keith Niven Sent: Monday, September 13, 2021 8:03 AM To: 'Harold G.' Cc: Natalie Kamieniecki Subject; RE; Comment Opposing the Rally's Rezone Good morning Mr. Geno, Thank you for your email. I will make sure your concerns are shared with the Planning Commission and are entered into the record for the Public Hearing. Keith Niven, A1CP, CEcD Planning Manager ~City of Federal Way (253) 835-2643 From: Harold G. <ABC123H@mail.com> Sent: Sunday, September 12, 2021 8:24 PM To: Keith Niven <Keith.Niven@cityoffederalway.com> Subject: Comment Opposing the Bally's Rezone [EXTERNAL EMAIL WARNING] This email originated from outside of the City of Federal Way and may not be trustworthy. Please use caution when clicking links, opening attachments, or replying to requests for information. If you have any doubts about the validity of this email please contact IT Help Desk at x2555. Keith: I read a sign saying the Bally's property owner wants to rezone that plot from professional/office to multifamily housing. As a resident of Federal Way, I strongly oppose this rezone. Having multifamily housing at the Bally's location would mean the traffic light there by Bally's on First Avenue would stay red for longer for cars traveling on First Avenue to let more traffic from the housing project out from the side street. Further, crime rates in Federal Way are higher around such multifamily housing. An acquaintance of mine has done some research about police calls in certain areas in Federal Way, and there are a lot more calls for police near multifamily housing units like Uptown Square than in regular residential neighborhoods, such as Campus Woods and Twin Lakes. For those reasons, I hope the city will prevent the owner from changing the zoning of that Bally's property. Thank you for accepting comments from the public. -Harold Geno Natalie Kamieniecki From: Tina Piety Sent: Tuesday, September 28, 2021 12:36 PM To: 'Cindi Sonich' Cc: Brian Davis; Keith Niven; Natalie Kamieniecki; Lawson Bronson Subject: RE: Bally's Follow Up Flag: Follow up Flag Status: Completed Hello Ms. Sonich, Thank you for your comments. City staff and the Planning Commission are happy to receive public comment and comments are taken into consideration when making decisions. All public comment will be included in the Planning Commission's agenda packet, which will be available to the public and sent to the Planning Commission at least one week before the continuation of the public hearing. At that time, the agenda and agenda packet will be found on the city's Agenda and Minutes webpage (https-://www.citvoffederalway.com/page/­agendas-and-minutes (scroll down for the Commission's agenda and minutes). The Planning Commission's Rules of Procedure (last amended January 6, 2010) do not call for written comments to be read aloud. The Commission will take additional oral comment at the October 6, 2021, public hearing and you are welcome to read your comments at that time. I will send out an email on October 4th (Monday before the hearing) reminding the Commissioners to review all public comment in advance of the hearing continuation. Again, the Planning Commission and city staff welcome (and encourage) public comment and we look forward to hearing from you on October 6th. Regards, Tina Piety E. Tina Piety, CAP, OM Administrative Assistant II City of Federal Way Community Development Department 33325 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 253/835-2601 / www.citvoffederalway.com From: Cindi Sonich <cpsonich@yahoo.com> Sent: Sunday, September 26, 2021 10:42 AM To: Tina Piety <Tina.Piety @cityoffederalway.com> Subject: Bally's [EXTERNAL EMAIL WARNING] This email originated from outside of the City of Federal Way and may not be trustworthy. Please use caution when clicking links, opening attachments, or replying to requests for information. If you have any doubts about the validity of this email please contact IT Help Desk at x2555. Please read at the next Planning Commission/Land Use meetin DENY REZONING As a resident living directly behind the old Bally's property, I am 100% against the current landowners plan to request rezoning in order to build large, multistory, multifamily housing. The builder only wants to line his pockets with money and destroy the character of our neighborhood. That being said, if rezoning was permitted for housing, that housing should reflect what is currently the standard in our neighborhood, i.e., no taller than TWO units high. Anything larger than that would create a traffic nightmare, increase the noise level of the neighborhood, and totally destroy the ambiance of the area. Case in point, the high-rise living situation across the street from Safeway on 320th. Since that was been built, the character of the area has totally changed. Traffic is a nightmare, we have all kinds of people crossing the street illegally (not in a crosswalk), and the numbers of people who just hang out at Safeway have increased such that shopping there is no longer viable. The area is unsafe, dirty, congested, and frankly unsightly. Federal Way is not a cosmopolitan city. Every attempt to make it look like a "real" city has turned it into an eyesore. The "heart" of Federal Way and the surrounding transit center is an epicenter of crime, homelessness, and filth. I do not want my little slice of Federal Way to end up with the same fate. As taxpayers, we should be able to continue our current quality of life and enjoy walking in our neighborhood without fear of being overwhelmed by too may cars and people. Keep Federal Way a bedroom community and away from monstrous multistoried tenements that destroy neighborhoods and lives. There is nothing wrong with making money (the builder) but that should not come at the expense of the people living in the area. Thank you for your time, Cindi Sonich Sent from my iPhone Natalie Kamieniecki From: Ken Pratt <pratt.ken@gmail.com> Sent: Thursday, September 23, 2021 6:10 AM To: Natalie Kamieniecki Subject: Bally's [EXTERNAL EMAIL WARNING] This email originated from outside of the City of Federal Way and may not be trustworthy. Please use caution when clicking links, opening attachments, or replying to requests for information. If you have any doubts about the validity of this email please contact IT Help Desk at x2555. I have recently become aware of the request by the land owner of Bally's old property at 32818 1st Avenue in Federal Way for a reclassification and zoning change. I live in the Colonial Forest Condo across 328th from the facility in question and wanted to voice my concerns. My first concern has to do with the increased traffic along 328th. Currently, 328th is used as a bypass to escape waiting for the lights at S 320th and 1st S. Many people use it in both directions to bypass this busy intersection and it is already creating issues with leaving our back gate at 2nd Place South and S 328th Street. It is difficult to see approaching traffic or judge the speed being traveled as they seem to disregard the 25 MPH speed limit set by the city. In addition to that, the addition of more units in the Bally's property could create parking issues along S 328th that do not exist at this time. Creating issues for the current neighbors around the property. My second concern has to do with what kind of zoning will be allowed. With the possibility of many additional living units there is a concern for the transient nature of apartments. Crime is bad enough but adding additional units in the area could create some issues for current neighbors of the property. Kenneth Pratt 32614 2nd Place South Federal Way, WA 98003 Natalie Kamieniecki From: Debbie Call <debbie.caII03@gmail.com> Sent: Wednesday, September 15, 2021 10:16 PM To: Natalie Kamieniecki Subject: Re: rezoning of Bally's comments/concerns questions [EXTERNAL EMAIL WARNING] This email originated from outside of the City of Federal Way and may not be trustworthy. Please use caution when clicking links, opening attachments, or replying to requests for information. If you have any doubts about the validity of this email please contact IT Help Desk at x2555. SO SORRY I ACCIDENTLY HIT SEND... PLEASE DISCARD THE 1ST EMAIL, THIS ONE IS THE COMPLETED EMAIL. was instructed to send the concerns I mentioned in tonight's meeting in an email to you and you'd pass it on to the appropriate person. Thanks for the powerpoint you put together to give us a bit of history and where things were at right now. From the presentation and discussion, it seemed like the proposal to rezone it to multi -family was already a done deal in the minds of the commissioners. Not sure citizens have been heard regarding the rezoning. Here were the concerns that I brought up at tonight's meeting and I added a couple of more that I forgot to ask; 1. TRAFFIC on 1st AVE: 326th has a left turn signal to control turns. The light at 325th PI that leads into Colonial Forest does not have a left turn signal. There are accidents and near accidents all the time with people making left turns onto 325th PI and not seeing oncoming cars in outside lanes. With 1000 more potential residents, 1st ave is going to get hit hard with more traffic. We are already seeing increased traffic, fast cars and hearing police chases on 1st ave. WITHOUT TAXES Residents - WHO will pay for the left hand signal at 325th in all directions so we do not have head on collisions? Landowner/developer since he/she is the cause of the increased traffic? 2. PARKING: With the increase residents in the area, means more cars to park - we are already seeing multi - families living in 1 unit which is causing cars double parked, parked up and down the street. There will be increased parking issues on 326th street. WHAT IS THE PLAN FOR THIS? and the effects of increase car exhaust on the environment. 3. How are they going to fit in 145 units in a 6 acre lot and still have parking, open spaces etc that are required. They can only go UP. Condos and apartments in the area are only 3 stories high - A "highrise" apartment/townhouse design or ONE LARGE building complex DOES NOT fit in with our community and will take away from us feeling like we live in OWNED homes. Rather then being in the heart of the CITY. 4. IMPACT ON SCHOOLS. I have worked in the Federal Way School System for 25 years. I worked in 2 of the 1st buildings to be rebuilt (Valhalla Elementary and Lakota Middle School). Buildings during the planning/construction time are based on the current population, not the POTENTIAL. During the time that Valhalla was built, we had already outgrown it. What was supposed to be a computer lab, turned into a classroom. Recent years, the teachers lounge was used as a classroom, and portables were brought in A/ because the new school could not take INFLUX. I also had colleagues tell me that Lake Dolloff and Seqoyah were bursting at the seams when Park 16 was built. Schools do not plan for future development. MIRROR LAKE ELEMENTARY is being rebuilt right now, this would be where the elementary kids will be going if living in a unit on this property. The school was built based on who lives in the area now, not on what will be coming. 5. CRIME: we have seen an increase in homeless and crime happening in the SAFEWAY area off 320th with the building of the apartments across the street. PLEASE reconsider rezoning to a multi -family unit in this area. Where there is an increase of people, there is an increase of problems (sad to say). We are already seeing an increase in car breakends at Colonial Forest (Condos North of property) and the Quad complex already gets hit with crime, PLEASE make sure infrastructure is in place and looked at when considering rezoning (do we have more of a Police presence?). Please be reminded that CRIME at Lowes and Home depot increased exponentially after Park 16 was build. Police could not go into Park 16 without a back up. BY rezoning Bally's to Multi-familiy units, we are increase the number of people in the area which inevitably brings in more crime. 6. QUESTION on zoning for multi -family units - ARE THEY REQUIRED TO HAVE A NUMBER OF UNITS AS LOW INCOME SECTION 8? No one will answer this question for me. 7. If townhouses, will it be required that those living in it are the OWNERS as it is at Coloniel Forest. I am against Rental units and high rise complexes. I'M against rezoning and hope that something that would attract people to WANT to live in our community could be put there, I have lived in Federal Way for 25 years and I've seen how the multi -family apts that are rental units have caused Federal Way to be known as something other than a nice place to live. IT is ashame that such a one beautiful city is going down hill because the city is allowing multi family buildings being built and instead of housing developments. What action from the residents can be taken to stop the rezoning? A Petition? Debbie Call, Federal Way Citizen Natalie Kamieniecki From: Tina Piety Sent: Wednesday, September 15, 2021 8:25 PM To: Natalie Kamieniecki Subject: FW: Planning Commission public hearing FYI -----Original Message ----- From: dm picard <dm_picard@msn.com> Sent: Wednesday, September 15, 20217:56 PM To: Tina Piety <Tina.Piety@cityoffederalway.com> Subject: Planning Commission public hearing [EXTERNAL EMAIL WARNING] This email originated from outside of the City of Federal Way and may not be trustworthy. Please use caution when clicking links, opening attachments, or replying to requests for information. If you have any doubts about the validity of this email please contact IT Help Desk at x2555. >> Thank you for the intelligent questions asked at the planning meeting September 15th. My interest as a homeowner who purchased near Bally's when it was in operation. I strongly feel that the city should not change the zoning this is against the interests of current city residents. >> I do appreciate your questions regarding parking at the light rail station. The light rail stations have often had very insufficient parking. >> Regards, >> Michele Natalie Kamieniecki From: Keith Niven Sent: Wednesday, September 15, 2021 7:08 PM To: dm picard Cc: Natalie Kamieniecki Subject: Re: Rezone of Bally's 1 st Avenue Thank you for your email. Staff will include this email as part of the record for the Public Hearing and provide a copy to the Planning Commission prior to their making a recommendation to the City Council. From: dm picard <dm_picard@msn.com> Sent: Wednesday, September 15, 2021 7:05 PM To: Keith Niven Subject: Rezone of Bally's 1st Avenue [EXTERNAL EMAIL WARNING] This email originated from outside of the City of Federal Way and may not be trustworthy. Please use caution when clicking links, opening attachments, or replying to requests for information. If you have any doubts about the validity of this email please contact IT Help Desk at x2555. > I request the city council to represent the interests of homeowners, voters and long time residents of the Heritage Court, Campus Green, Quiet Forest, Sunrise and Campus Glen neighborhoods by rejecting the request to rezone. This quadrant cannot absorb additional residential density safely. > Regards 1 Natalie Kamieniecki From: Keith Niven Sent: Wednesday, September 15, 2021 5:55 PM To: John Halvorsen Cc: Natalie Kamieniecki Subject: Re: Meeting Tonight 6:30 p.m. Mr. Halvorsen, Thank you for your email. We will make sure it is included as part of the Public Hearing record and we will make sure it is shared with the Planning Commission before they make recommendation to the City Council on this proposal. From: John Halvorsen <jolimusic@centurylink. net> Sent: Wednesday, September 15, 2021 5:32 PM To: Keith Niven; Natalie Kamieniecki Subject: Fwd: Meeting Tonight 6:30 p.m. [EXTERNAL EMAIL WARNING] This email originated from outside of the City of Federal Way and may not be trustworthy. Please use caution when clicking links, opening attachments, or replying to requests for information. If you have any doubts about the validity of this email please contact IT Help Desk at x2555._ Hello, Please have the planning commission consider zoning the Bally's property for commercial purposes, or mixed, as in upscale commercial with owned condominiums. No rentals, "affordable" housing, or section 8 homes please. Thank you. John Halvorsen -------- Original Message -------- Subject: Fwd: Meeting Tonight 6:30 p.m. From: John Halvorsen <jolimusic@centurylink.net> Sent: Wednesday, September 15, 2021, 17:08 To:'Marilyn Kelleigh' <m.kelleigh@comcast. net> CC: John Halvorsen -------- Original Message -------- Subject: Meeting Tonight 6:30 p.m. e From: John Halvorsen <jolimusic@centurylink.net> Sent: Wednesday, September 15, 2021, 15:14 To: Jon <zulkarious@gmail.com>,Marie Alba <m3]4@comcast.net>,jess salazar <salazar.iess@comcast.net>,'Val Krzyzaniak' <sharzade@hotmail.corri> CC: Hello Board, I hear there is a Federal Way planning commission hearing tonight on the 6-acre former Bally's property to the south of us. I won't be able to attend to voice my opinion, but would like to put it out to enough people (if you can help and if the meeting is tonight) to bring their opinions to the City Directors and mayor about what they would like done with the property. My vote is I would like the Bally's property to continue being commercially zoned. As a second option, if not going 100% commercial, then mixed commercial and residential (condominium home ownership - not rentals). Given our recent history connected with the new section 8 type housing and noticeable rise of crime in the City, the old Bally's area should not be used for rental residencies. Any new planning here should allow for maximizing our property values and to assure better neighborhood safety. Thank you. John Halvorsen B23/5 Natalie Kamieniecki From: John Halvorsen <jolimusic@centurylink.net> Sent: Wednesday, September 15, 2021 5:33 PM To: Keith Niven; Natalie Kamieniecki Subject: Fwd: Meeting Tonight 6:30 p.m. [EXTERNAL EMAIL WARNING] This email originated from outside of the City of Federal Way and may not be trustworthy. Please use caution when clicking links, opening attachments, or replying to requests for information. If you have any doubts about the validity of this email please contact IT Help Desk at x2555. Hello, Please have the planning commission consider zoning the Bally's property for commercial purposes, or mixed, as in upscale commercial with owned condominiums. No rentals, "affordable" housing, or section 8 homes please. Thank you. John Halvorsen -------- Original Message -------- Subject: Fwd: Meeting Tonight 6:30 p.m. From: John Halvorsen <jolimusic@centurylink.net> Sent: Wednesday, September 15, 2021, 17:08 To: 'Marilyn Kelleigh' <m.kelleigh@comcast.net> CC: John Halvorsen -------- Original Message -------- Subject: Meeting Tonight 6:30 p.m. From: John Halvorsen <!6Iimusic centur link.net> Sent: Wednesday, September 15, 2021, 15:14 To: Jon <zulkarious@Rmail.com>,Marie Alba <m3j4Pcomcast.net>Jess salazar <salazar.iess@comcast.net>,'Val Krzyzaniak' <sharzade@hotmaii.com> CC: Hello Board, hear there is a Federal Way planning commission hearing tonight on the 6-acre former Bally's property to the south of us. I won't be able to attend to voice my opinion, but would like to put it out to enough people (if you can help and if the meeting is tonight) to bring their opinions to the City Directors and mayor about what they would like done with the property. My vote is I would like the Bally's property to continue being commercially zoned. As a second option, if not going 100% commercial, then mixed commercial and residential (condominium home ownership - not rentals). Given our recent history connected with the new section 8 type housing and noticeable rise of crime in the City, the old Bally's area should not be used for rental residencies. Any new planning here should allow for maximizing our property values and to assure better neighborhood safety. Thank you. John Halvorsen B23/5 Natalie Kamieniecki From: Keith Niven Sent: Wednesday, September 15, 2021 5:52 PM To: Lun Ou Cc: Natalie Kamieniecki Subject: Re: Oppose the proposal to rezone first avenue s. and s. 328th st. Luna, Thank you for your email. I will make sure it is made part of the Public Hearing record and shared with the Planning Commission before they make a recommendation to the City Council on this proposal. From: Lun Ou <luna.ou@aya.yale.edu> Sent: Wednesday, September 15, 2021 5:32 PM To: Keith Niven Subject: Fwd: Oppose the proposal to rezone first avenue s. and s. 328th st. [EXTERNAL EMAIL WARNING] This email originated from outside of the City of Federal Way and may not be trustworthy. Please use caution when clicking links, opening attachments, or replying to requests for information. If you have any doubts about the validity of this email please contact IT Help Desk at x2555. Hello Keith, oppose the proposal to rezone first avenue s. and s. 328th st. This rezone would allow one dwelling unit per 1,800 feet. The multifamily housing buildings would be tall and would greatly increase traffic volumes on nearby streets. Crime has also increased in the areas immediately surrounding places where other multifamily housing units have been built in the Federal way. Thank you for your understanding! We want to be heard! Best, Luna Ou Cell: (203) 809-9458 Linkedln: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lunou/ Natalie Kamieniecki From: jane sidlo <moonkitti@hotmail.com> Sent: Wednesday, September 15, 2021 5:26 PM To: Keith Niven; Natalie Kamieniecki Cc: Nancychapman25@hotmail.com; Ronna Hazel Subject: Planning Commission - protest to rezone Bally's [EXTERNAL EMAIL WARNING] This email originated from outside of the City of Federal Way and may not be trustworthy. Please use caution when clicking links, opening attachments, or replying to requests for information. If you have any doubts about the validity of this email please contact IT Help Desk at x2555. Dear City Clerk, Please read the following letter aloud at Planning Commission meeting 9-15-21. Please hear my concerns regarding the rezoning of The Bally's Property located on 151 Ave. S and S 328th St. in FW. This feels like an extension of King County's'Housing First' agenda, it smacks of dishonest and blatant lack of regard for the residents that live here, especially near Bally's. Why is it that the people that work hard and pay your salaries have no say in what is being planned in our city! Your letter mentions 1 officer was responsible for determining there is no need for an environmental impact statement? On what grounds? Why wasn't this information shared with the public? Where can it be found? I am sure there was no study, no real factual effort to determine impact because the impact doesn't matter! Just as Housing First impact doesn't matter, this Housing First idea has been around for decades and found to NOT WORK! The only thing I see coming out of the Mayor's office and the CC are plans to destroy Federal Way! To not see this is blind ignorance of the impact from these rezoning and housing plans throughout the City and this feels like an extension for that! As citizen's and residence of Federal Way we have good reason to not trust what is being planned here. We do not want this property rezoned for good sound reasons! We do not need the over crowding of multi -family housing here. Crime is off the charts, and the police can do nothing! We do not want to see our home values plummet! We have good reason to believe that it will be used for the so-called "homeless", the homeless because of drug addiction. Frankly, we are sick of double speak politicians and their failed policies!!! Let's not turn Federal Way into another Detroit! it's already looking to much like Seattle! Sincerely, Jane Sidlo - Heritage Court home owner it Natalie Kamieniecki From: Ronna Hazel <ronnahazel@hotmail.com> Sent: Wednesday, September 15, 2021 4:56 PM To: Keith Niven Cc: Natalie Kamieniecki Subject: Rezoning of Bally's Fitness Center [EXTERNAL EMAIL WARNING] This email originated from outside of the City of Federal Way and may not be trustworthy. Please use caution when clicking links, opening attachments, or replying to requests for information. If you have any doubts about the validity of this email please contact IT Help Desk at x2555. Planning Commission Members, I am writing to you today regarding the proposed rezoning of the Bally's Fitness Center property located at 1st Ave and S 328th Street in Federal Way. It is my understanding that the current owner is asking for this property to be rezoned to "Residential use" from "Commercial use". I am asking the Planning Commission to DENY this request as we DO NOT need more traffic, more crime, more litter, more drug use, just to name a few negative issues, in our neighborhood. Until the city can gain control of the increased crime and drug use, how can we expect to be kept safe by adding more multifamily units in our city. Federal Way is OUT OF CONTROL NOW and with the state mandates taking effect in the near future, what guarantees are there that this area will not become a drug and crime infested area which will highly impact the nearby businesses and neighborhoods. I no longer feel safe in Federal Way and do not go out after dark and am constantly "watching my back" during the day hours. Sadly, I am considering leaving the area that I have lived in for 30 years. I do not WANT to move, but with the drug and crime issues in this city, for my safety, it is becoming a HAVE to move situation. It feels as though this decision may have already been made and the state will be building MORE housing for drug addicts with no background checks and no mandatory treatment. The working class, law abiding, tax paying citizens are being run out of this city AND from the state if we continue down this path. It is time to say NO and stop this insanity. It is time to LISTEN to the tax paying citizens and do what is right for the majority of residents. Again, please DENY this rezoning request. The city needs to get back on track and work on guaranteeing it's citizens a safe living environment. Thank you for your time and thinking about what the residents WANT. Respectfully, Ronna Hazel Sent from my iPad I Natalie Kamieniecki From: Nancy <nancychapman25@hotmail.com> Sent: Wednesday, September 15, 2021 4:07 PM To: Kieth.Nivens@cityoffederalway.com; Natalie Kamieniecki Cc: jane sidlo; Julie Seitz; Ronna Hazel Subject: Planning Commission Meeting Sept.15, 2021 [EXTERNAL EMAIL WARNING] This email originated from outside of the City of Federal Way and may not be trustworthy. Please use caution when clicking links, opening attachments, or replying to requests for information. If you have any doubts about the validity of this email please contact IT Help Desk at x2555. Dear City Clerk, Please read the following letter aloud at Planning Commission meeting 9-15-21. Dear Planning Commission members. Thank you for hearing my concerns regarding the rezoning of The Bally's Property located on 15Y Ave. S and S 3281h St. in FW. My previous letters were out of concern of the traffic, congestion, and street racing that this area will see if rezoning is approved. The city's I quote, "responsible official" determined that there was no need for an Environmental Impact Statement. So in City Hall speak, (I'm becoming a fluent translator.) that means that "one" "Responsible Official" has made a decision, a "Determination of Insignificance", DNS. This responsible official no doubt does not live near my neighborhood. I kind of wonder why were having this meeting? Is it so this process can be drug out to appear as if some consideration is being given to those of us who actually have a dog in the hunt? To add insult to injury is the very real possibility that this property could possibly be used to fulfill the disgusting accommodation of newly adopted state legislation requiring the housing of drug addicts without treatment, to reside in our neighborhoods. Are you listening city planners? Myself and many of my neighbors are NIMBY'S. NOT IN MY BACKYARD!!! Please do right by us. Sincerely, Nancy Justice, Concerned citizen. Sent from Mail for Windows Natalie Kamieniecki From: Keith Niven Sent: Monday, September 13, 2021 8:03 AM To: 'Harold G.' Cc: Natalie Kamieniecki Subject: RE: Comment Opposing the Bally's Rezone Good morning Mr. Geno, Thank you for your email. I will make sure your concerns are shared with the Planning Commission and are entered into the record for the Public Hearing. Keith Niven, AICP, CEcD Planning Manager ACity of Federal Way (253)835-2643 From: Harold G. <ABC123H@mail.com> Sent: Sunday, September 12, 2021 8:24 PM To: Keith Niven <Keith.Niven@cityoffederalway.com> Subject: Comment Opposing the Bally's Rezone [EXTERNAL EMAIL WARNING] This email originated from outside of the City of Federal Way and may not be trustworthy. Please use caution when clicking links, opening attachments, or replying to requests for information. If you have any doubts about the validity of this email please contact IT Help Desk at x2555. Keith: I read a sign saying the Bally's property owner wants to rezone that plot from professional/office to multifamily housing. As a resident of Federal Way, I strongly oppose this rezone. Having multifamily housing at the Bally's location would mean the traffic light there by Bally's on First Avenue would stay red for longer for cars traveling on First Avenue to let more traffic from the housing project out from the side street. Further, crime rates in Federal Way are higher around such multifamily housing. An acquaintance of mine has done some research about police calls in certain areas in Federal Way, and there are a lot more calls for police near multifamily housing units like Uptown Square than in regular residential neighborhoods, such as Campus Woods and Twin Lakes. For those reasons, I hope the city will prevent the owner from changing the zoning of that Bally's property. Thank you for accepting comments from the public. -Harold Geno ©,, �, V 131e S 3 2- 6( U. 2 A -• l o b 1-3 3 r.[ RECEIVED Oa* q OCT 0 4 2021 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY G7MMUNfTY DEVELOPMENT m �-�v Lu �4 ;+ o 1 0 n 5 o a /:�) 3 `7c�-3 14 DECEIVE® OCT 0 6 2021 CrrY OF FERAL COM UNITY DEV OPMENT PETITION TO THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAYS PLANNING COMMISSION AGAINST THE REZONING OF THE PROPRTY (REVISED CODE (FWRC) FOR MULTI -FAMILY RESIDENTIAL (RM1800) OF PARCEL #172104-9038, AT 32818 IST AVENUE SOUTH. SEPTEMBER 23, 2021 WE THE UNDERSIGNED BEING THE VOTERS OF CITY OF FEDERAL WAY AND RESIDENTS OF QUIET FOREST ONE (COLONIAL), TWO AND THREE CONDOMINUM COMMUNITY, HEREBY PETITION TO THE FEDERAL WAY PLANNING COMMISSION NOT TO APPROVE THE ABOVE REFERENCED PROPERTY RE -ZONING FOR MULTI -FAMILY RESIDENTAL DEVELOPMENT AT 32818 FIRST AVENUE SOUTH; RM1800 OF PARCEL #172104-9038, WE ARE CONCERNED WITH THE POSSIBLE IMPACTS OF THE FOLLOWING FACTORS AND OPPOSE THE CHANGE OF THE CURRENT ZONING TO MULTI FAMILY RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT: 1) LOCAL RESIDENTS OR BUSINESSES WERE NOT CONSULTED OR FULLY INFORMED OF THE REZONING PROPOSAL, NOR IMPACT STUDIES OF THE TRAFFIC AND ENVIRONMENT HAVE BEEN DONE. 2) TRAFFIC AND SAFETY OF PEDESTRIANS INCLUDING SCHOOLCHILDREN AREA MAJOR CONCERN. THE TRAFFIC ON THE FIRST AVENUE SOUTH BY THE PROPERTY AND ON 28TH STREET IS ALREADY HEAVY AND CONGESTED. SCHOOL BUSES AND CHILDREN ARE FREQUENT AND PRESENT ON THE STREETS BESIDES THE TRAFFICS ON THE 28TH STREET AND FIRST AVENUE SOUTH. BESIDES, SCHOOLS IN THE AREA ARE REPORTEDLY AT OVERCAPACITY. NO TRAFFIC IMPACT STUDIES HAVE BEEN DONE OR RESULTS HAVE BEEN DISTRIBUTED WITH THE NOTICE OF PROPOSAL TO CHANGE THE ZONING. 3) ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ON THE AREA: IT APPEARS THERE THE CITY PLANNING COMMISSION HAS NOT DONE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STUDIES IN CONNECTION WITH THE MILTI RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT, AND NO RESULTS HAVE BEEN DISTRIBUTED WITH THE PROPOSED CHANGE OF THE ZONING. IT IS OVIOUS TO HELP CAUSE TO DESTROY THE WILDLIFE HABITAT IN THE SURROUNDING AREA. 4) CRIME WILL INCREASE AND PEACE OF THE NEARBY RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITY WILL BE DISTURBED BY BUILDING MULTI -FAMILY APARTMENTS. 5) PROPERTY VALUES TO BE DECREASED BY THE MULTI -FAMILY APARTMENTS OR CONDOMINIUMS. MOST LIKEY THEY WILL BE FOR THE LOW INCOME FAMILIES. THE PROPERTY VALUES OF THE NEIGHBORING AREA IS BOUND TO GO DOWN. HAS THE CITY PLANNING COMMISSION DONE ANY STUDIES OR ATTEMPT TO UTILIZE THE EXISTING BUILDING AT THE PROPERTY FOR NON RESIDENTIAL USES? WE ARE CONFIDENT THEY CAN BE FOUND. 6) WE SUGGEST THE CITY AND OWNER TO FIND BUSINESSES, AND SPORTS FACILITIES TO UTILIZE THE EXHISTING BUILDING TO ENHANCE THE CURRENT RESIDENTIAL AREA. 7) THE PLANNING COMMISSION APPEARS TO RUSH THROUGH THE REZOING PROPOSAL BY ZOOM MEETING WITHOUT FULL DELIVERATION OF THE HEARINGS IN COLLABORATION WITH THE PROPERTY OWNER. PLEASE STOP IT! PETITIONER'S NAME ADDRESS SIGNATURE DATE jZ7d ` -�f & fri��as�l PETITION TO THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY'S PLANNING COMMISSION AGAINST THE REZONING OF THE PROPRTY (REVISED CODE (FWRC) FOR MULTI -FAMILY RESIDENTIAL (RM1800) OF PARCEL #172104-9038, AT 32818 IST AVENUE SOUTH. SEPTEMBER 23, 2021 WE THE UNDERSIGNED, VOTERS AND TAX -PAYERS IN THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY AND RESIDENTS OF COLONIAL FOREST AND QUIET FOREST II & III CONDOMINUM COMMUNITIES, HEREBY PETITION THE FEDERAL WAY PLANNING COMMISSION NOT TO APPROVE THE ABOVE REFERENCED PROPERTY RE -ZONING FOR MULTI -FAMILY RESIDENTAL DEVELOPMENT AT 32818 FIRST AVENUE SOUTH; RM1800 OF PARCEL #172104-9038. FOR THE FOLLOWING REASONS, WE OPPOSE THE ZONING OF A MULTI -FAMILY RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT AT THIS LOCATION DUE TO ISSUES THAT WILL SERIOUSLY IMPACT ALL COMMUNITIES IN THIS AREA OF FEDERAL WAY: 1) LOCAL RESIDENTS AND BUSINESSES WERE NOT CONSULTED OR FULLY INFORMED OF THE REZONING PROPOSAL, NOR WERE IMPACT STUDIES OF EXACERBATED TRAFFIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES PRESENTED TO THE CITIZENS OF FEDERAL WAY. 2) TRAFFIC AND SAFETY OF PEDESTRIANS, ESPECIALLY SCHOOLCHILDREN, AREA MAJOR CONCERN. FIRST AVENUE SOUTH INTERSECTS WITH SOUTH 328T" STREET AT THE PROPOSED ZONING ISSUE. SOUTH 328T" IS A 25-MPH RESIDENTIAL ROAD WHICH WINDS, BECOMES FIFTH AVENUE SOUTH, ENDING AT SOUTH 320TH. TRAFFIC - CONGESTED AT SCHOOL BUS STOPS TWICE DAILY, THERE IS INCREASED TRAFFIC ON THIS ROAD TO AVOID THE CONGESTED INTERSECTION AT FIRST AVENUE SOUTH AND SOUTH 320TH. THE 25-MPH SPEED LIMIT IS IGNORED AS VEHICLES SPEED AROUND THE BEND ENDAGERING CHILDREN WHO LIVE THERE. ADDIONAL MULTIPLE -FAMILY HOUSING HERE WILL INCREASE TRAFFIC EXPONENTIALLY. THIS IS UNACCEPTABLE. 3) THERE IS NO APPARENT STUDY COMPLETED BY THE PLANNING COMMISSION WHICH REVEALS THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ON WILDLIFE HABITAT IN THE SURROUNDING AREA CAUSED BY ADDITIONAL MULTI -RESIDENTIAL HOUSING. 4) IN FEDERAL WAY, CRIME HAS INCREASED BY A DIRECT RESULT OF MULTI -RESIDENTIAL UNITS IN SPECIFIC AREAS. BUSINESSES AT SOUTH 320TH AND PACIFIC HIGHWAY HAVE BEEN SEVERLY IMPACTED BY SUCH ZONING IN THE PAST FEW YEARS. CRIME WOULD ALSO INCREASE AND DESTROY THE PEACE OF RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITES AT THE LOCATION IN DISCUSSION HERE, PERMEATING THROUGH FEDERAL WAY. 5) BECAUSE OF THE ISSUES DISCUSSED, PROPERTY VALUES IN THE SURROUNDING AREA WLL BE DECREASED BY THE ADDITION OF MULTI -FAMILY APARTMENTS. 6) WE PROPOSE THAT BUSINESSES APPROPRIATE FOR THIS AREA BE CONSIDERED, AND ZONED APPROPRIATELY. 7) IT APPEARS THE PLANNING COMMISSION HAS RUSHED THE REZOING PROPOSAL WITHOUT A REASONABLE PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT AND ADEQUATE TIME FOR FEDERAL WAY CITIZENS TO PREPARE FOR A DECENT DISCUSSION. Concerned residents of Federal Way: Please contact Mr. James Kim at 253-3316982 or Tony Kim at 206-949-6197 to join efforts against this zoning change. WE OPPOSE THE APPROVED ZONING FOR MULTI -FAMILY UNIT HOUSING AS OUTLINED ABOVE: PETITIONER'S NAME D5ikvi ADDRESS CASII-GN TURF DATE �C/Z � 3-? t5�& hfl� x5u IL-t�Avq_ �r 111 %d/<-,i 2 PETITION TO THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY'S PLANNING COMMISSION AGAINST THE REZONING OF THE PROPRTY (REVISED CODE (FWRC) FOR MULTI -FAMILY RESIDENTIAL (RM1800) OF PARCEL #172104-9038, AT 32818 IST AVENUE SOUTH. SEPTEMBER 23, 2021 WE THE UNDERSIGNED, VOTERS AND TAX -PAYERS IN THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY AND RESIDENTS OF COLONIAL FOREST AND QUIET FOREST II & III CONDOMINUM COMMUNITIES, HEREBY PETITION THE FEDERAL WAY PLANNING COMMISSION NOT TO APPROVE THE ABOVE REFERENCED PROPERTY RE -ZONING FOR MULTI -FAMILY RESIDENTAL DEVELOPMENT AT 32818 FIRST AVENUE SOUTH; RM1800 OF PARCEL #172104-9038. FOR THE FOLLOWING REASONS, WE OPPOSE THE ZONING OF A MULTI -FAMILY RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT AT THIS LOCATION DUE TO ISSUES THAT WILL SERIOUSLY IMPACT ALL COMMUNITIES IN THIS AREA OF FEDERAL WAY: 1) LOCAL RESIDENTS AND BUSINESSES WERE NOT CONSULTED OR FULLY INFORMED OF THE REZONING PROPOSAL, NOR WERE IMPACT STUDIES OF EXACERBATED TRAFFIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES PRESENTED TO THE CITIZENS OF FEDERAL WAY. 2) TRAFFIC AND SAFETY OF PEDESTRIANS, ESPECIALLY SCHOOL CHILDREN, ARE A MAJOR CONCERN. FIRST AVENUE SOUTH INTERSECTS WITH SOUTH 328TH STREET AT THE PROPOSED ZONING ISSUE. SOUTH 328T" IS A 25-MPH RESIDENTIAL ROAD WHICH WINDS, BECOMES FIFTH AVENUE SOUTH, ENDING AT SOUTH 320TH. TRAFFIC - CONGESTED AT SCHOOL BUS STOPS TWICE DAILY, THERE IS INCREASED TRAFFIC ON THIS ROAD TO AVOID THE CONGESTED INTERSECTION AT FIRST AVENUE SOUTH AND SOUTH 320TH. THE 25-MPH SPEED LIMIT IS IGNORED AS VEHICLES SPEED AROUND THE BEND ENDAGERING CHILDREN WHO LIVE THERE. ADDIONAL MULTIPLE -FAMILY HOUSING HERE WILL INCREASE TRAFFIC EXPONENTIALLY. THIS IS UNACCEPTABLE. 3) THERE IS NO APPARENT STUDY COMPLETED BY THE PLANNING COMMISSION WHICH REVEALS THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ON WILDLIFE HABITAT IN THE SURROUNDING AREA CAUSED BY ADDITIONAL MULTI -RESIDENTIAL HOUSING. 4) IN FEDERAL WAY, CRIME HAS INCREASED BY A DIRECT RESULT OF MULTI -RESIDENTIAL UNITS IN SPECIFIC AREAS. BUSINESSES AT SOUTH 320TH AND PACIFIC HIGHWAY HAVE BEEN SEVERLY IMPACTED BY SUCH ZONING IN THE PAST FEW YEARS. CRIME WOULD ALSO INCREASE AND DESTROY THE PEACE OF RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITES AT THE LOCATION IN DISCUSSION HERE, PERMEATING THROUGH FEDERAL WAY. 5) BECAUSE OF THE ISSUES DISCUSSED, PROPERTY VALUES IN THE SURROUNDING AREA WLL BE DECREASED BY THE ADDITION OF MULTI -FAMILY APARTMENTS. 6) WE PROPOSE THAT BUSINESSES APPROPRIATE FOR THIS AREA BE CONSIDERED, AND ZONED APPROPRIATELY. 7) IT APPEARS THE PLANNING COMMISSION HAS RUSHED THE REZOING PROPOSAL WITHOUT A REASONABLE PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT AND ADEQUATE TIME FOR FEDERAL WAY CITIZENS TO PREPARE FOR A DECENT DISCUSSION . Concerned residents of Federal Way: Please contact Mr. James Kim at 253-331 6982 or Tony Kim at 206-949-6197 to join efforts against this zoning change. WE OPPOSE THE APPROVED ZONING FOR MULTI -FAMILY UNIT HOUSING AS OUTLINED ABOVE: PETITIONER'S NAME ADDRESS SIGNATURE DATE . f , . u 'Ire ,,,,v lbiv% —• - ..,•,.mil _._2_1 /�L/ 2 v"* r P �Yc_) 6-C 6 0 Chop }{'CYo`�ss�h� SS: S 57-16 lS3_7 LN P ii m1blI / 3 PETITION TO THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY'S PLANNING COMMISSION AGAINST THE REZONING OF THE PROPRTY (REVISED CODE (FWRC) FOR MULTI -FAMILY RESIDENTIAL (RM1800) OF PARCEL #172104-9038, AT 32818 IST AVENUE SOUTH. SEPTEMBER 23, 2021 WE THE UNDERSIGNED, VOTERS AND TAX -PAYERS IN THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY AND RESIDENTS OF COLONIAL FOREST AND QUIET FOREST II & III CONDOMINUM COMMUNITIES, HEREBY PETITION THE FEDERAL WAY PLANNING COMMISSION NOT TO APPROVE THE ABOVE REFERENCED PROPERTY RE -ZONING FOR MULTI -FAMILY RESIDENTAL DEVELOPMENT AT 32818 FIRST AVENUE SOUTH; RM1800 OF PARCEL #172104-9038. FOR THE FOLLOWING REASONS, WE OPPOSE THE ZONING OF A MULTI -FAMILY RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT AT THIS LOCATION DUE TO ISSUES THAT WILL SERIOUSLY IMPACT ALL COMMUNITIES IN THIS AREA OF FEDERAL WAY: 1) LOCAL RESIDENTS AND BUSINESSES WERE NOT CONSULTED OR FULLY INFORMED OF THE REZONING PROPOSAL, NOR WERE IMPACT STUDIES OF EXACERBATED TRAFFIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES PRESENTED TO THE CITIZENS OF FEDERAL WAY. 2) TRAFFIC AND SAFETY OF PEDESTRIANS, ESPECIALLY SCHOOL CHILDREN, ARE A MAJOR CONCERN. FIRST AVENUE SOUTH INTERSECTS WITH SOUTH 328TH STREET AT THE PROPOSED ZONING ISSUE. SOUTH 328T" IS A 25-MPH RESIDENTIAL ROAD WHICH WINDS, BECOMES FIFTH AVENUE SOUTH, ENDING AT SOUTH 320T". TRAFFIC - CONGESTED AT SCHOOL BUS STOPS TWICE DAILY, THERE IS INCREASED TRAFFIC ON THIS ROAD TO AVOID THE CONGESTED INTERSECTION AT FIRST AVENUE SOUTH AND SOUTH 320TH. THE 25-MPH SPEED LIMIT IS IGNORED AS VEHICLES SPEED AROUND THE BEND ENDAGERING CHILDREN WHO LIVE THERE. ADDIONAL MULTIPLE -FAMILY HOUSING HERE WILL INCREASE TRAFFIC EXPONENTIALLY. THIS IS UNACCEPTABLE. 3) THERE IS NO APPARENT STUDY COMPLETED BY THE PLANNING COMMISSION WHICH REVEALS THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ON WILDLIFE HABITAT IN THE SURROUNDING AREA CAUSED BY ADDITIONAL MULTI -RESIDENTIAL HOUSING. 1 4) IN FEDERAL WAY, CRIME HAS INCREASED BY A DIRECT RESULT OF MULTI -RESIDENTIAL UNITS IN SPECIFIC AREAS. BUSINESSES AT SOUTH 320TH AND PACIFIC HIGHWAY HAVE BEEN SEVERLY IMPACTED BY SUCH ZONING IN THE PAST FEW YEARS. CRIME WOULD ALSO INCREASE AND DESTROY THE PEACE OF RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITES AT THE LOCATION IN DISCUSSION HERE, PERMEATING THROUGH FEDERAL WAY. 5) BECAUSE OF THE ISSUES DISCUSSED, PROPERTY VALUES IN THE SURROUNDING AREA WLL BE DECREASED BY THE ADDITION OF MULTI -FAMILY APARTMENTS. 6) WE PROPOSE THAT BUSINESSES APPROPRIATE FOR THIS AREA BE CONSIDERED, AND ZONED APPROPRIATELY. 7) IT APPEARS THE PLANNING COMMISSION HAS RUSHED THE REZOING PROPOSAL WITHOUT A REASONABLE PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT AND ADEQUATE TIME FOR FEDERAL WAY CITIZENS TO PREPARE FOR A DECENT DISCUSSION. Concerned residents of Federal Way: Please contact Mr. James Kim at 253-3316982 or Tony Kim at 206-949-6197 to join efforts against this zoning change. WE OPPOSE THE APPROVED ZONING FOR MULTI -FAMILY UNIT HOUSING AS OUTLINED ABOVE: PETITIONER'S NAME ADDRESS 2 SIGNATURE DATE Memo to: Keith Nivens, Brian Davis From: Janine Barber Date: March 7, 2022 Subject: Bally's 6 acre lot Thank you for meeting with us about the rezoning request. The purpose of this meeting is to clarify the steps we need to take, and the possible outcomes. We understand that the developer has a 180 day window of opportunity for completion of this rezoning request; please clarify. 2. We understand that the appropriate method for conversing with our City Council members is to address them as a matter of public record. The LUTC, chaired by Jack Dovey, meets the first Monday of each month at 5 pm; the other forums open to us are the bi-monthly City Council meetings. 3. Please clarify: this is like a toggle switch, to me. The two choices are Multi -Family or Office Park. Is there a precedent for putting requirements on a rezone, such as home - owned or rentals? 4. The current plan, according to Intracorp, is 130 units, three stories, with 2 car garages for each unit. Two driveways are planned, both across from Colonial Forest. Has this been forwarded to our traffic planners? Natalie Kamieniecki From: Keith Niven Sent: Wednesday, September 15, 2021 2:00 PM To: Mary Herman Cc: Natalie Kamieniecki Subject: Re: Rezoning for old Bally's property Ms. Herman, Thank you very much for your email. I will make sure your email is included in the record for the Public Hearing and is provided to the Planning Commission so it may be considered as part of the recommendation they will be giving to the City Council on this proposal. From: Mary Herman <meh1048@aol.com> Sent: Wednesday, September 15, 2021 1:45 PM To: Keith Niven Subject: Rezoning for old Bally's property [EXTERNAL EMAIL WARNING] This email originated from outside of the City of Federal Way and may not be trustworthy. Please use caution when clicking links, opening attachments, or replying to requests for information. If you have any doubts about the validity of this email please contact IT Help Desk at x2555. Keith: I moved to Federal Way in 2016 and have seen a huge increase in homelessness and crime since that time. I attribute a lot of this to the amount of homeless in the area and the fact that the city seems bent on adding more housing for these people with no vetting of who moves in. I currently reside in Quiet Forest III which is not too far from the old Bally's on 328th and 1st Ave. S. here in Federal Way. I am concerned as well as many of my neighbors that there is a consideration to rezone this property to allow multi -family housing. This would be detrimental to our neighborhood, not only due to safety issues, but also it would bringing down home values for local residents. These type of properties seem to attract some undesirable people. I have seen the deterioration around the Uptown Square, and the terrible increase in problems at the Safeway across the street since Uptown opened up. I do not think the city needs more of these types of developments in this particular area. There is also the problem of increased traffic .......... 328th is already a speedway with cars driving too fast, loud mufflers and music at all hours. I fear for the children that are walking to and from school that could be hit by a vehicle and especially with the blind corners. It is hard to even leave our complex at times with the speeders flying around the corner where we exit to get onto 328th. I am all for helping the low income, seniors, and disabled but unfortunately there are some who have no pride in maintaining a nice livable property, which in turn promotes i the graffiti and trash we see in many areas already. I find this unacceptable and a blight on our city. I have heard of a lot of people who are moving out or considering moving out due to all of the current problems here in the city. Please, my neighbors and I do not want the Bally's property re -zoned to allow multi- family housing. It is better fit for the office and\or retail space in keeping with the Quad across the street on 1st Ave. South. There is already a high density of apartments and condominiums in this area and too much traffic. Thank you. Mary Herman 341 S 327th Lane Federal Way, WA 98003 Email: mehl048@aol.com z Natalie Kamieniecki From: Keith Niven Sent: Wednesday, September 15, 2021 12:05 PM To: demetriusk@homemail.com Cc: Natalie Kamieniecki Subject: Re: Stop the Bally's Property from Being Rezoned Demetrius, Thank you for your email. I will make sure it is entered into the record and the Planning Commission is aware of your issues and concerns. From: demetriusk@homemail.com <demetriusk@homemail.com> Sent: Tuesday, September 14, 2021 8:12:30 PM To: Keith Niven Subject: Stop the Bally's Property from Being Rezoned [EXTERNAL EMAIL WARNING] This email originated from outside of the City of Federal Way and may not be trustworthy. Please use caution when clicking links, opening attachments, or replying to requests for information. If you have any doubts about the validity of this email please contact IT Help Desk at x2555. Keith Niven: I live in a duplex that backs up to Bally's fitness center in Federal Way. I very strongly oppose rezoning Bally's to be for housing. Outside of my duplex, I see the wooded part of the Bally's property. Recently, when new high -density housing projects have been built in Federal Way, they look very sterile. I think of Uptown Square, where every single tree was removed, and from the sidewalk it's just a bunch of concrete. Friends whose homes back up to Uptown Square say the apartments are very unsightly and cause light pollution in their yards. I am very concerned this will happen if the Bally's lot becomes multifamily housing. I would much rather see a professional organization there - which is what the zoning is currently for - than multifamily housing. So, I hope you will oppose this rezone. Thank you for your time. Demetrius K. Natalie Kamieniecki From: Brian Davis Sent: Friday, August 13, 2021 6:44 PM To: Natalie Kamieniecki Cc: Keith Niven Subject: Re: Old Bally's property Another misspelling of Keith's email. Brian Davis Community Development Director City of Federal Way On Aug 13, 2021, at 12:15 PM, Andrea Purvis <andypurvis245@yahoo.com> wrote: [EXTERNAL EMAIL WARNING] This email originated from outside of the City of Federal Way and may not be trustworthy caution when clicking links, opening attachments, or replying to requests for information. any doubts about the validity of this email please contact IT Help Desk at x2555. Please use If you have I have been a resident of Federal Way since 1976 and am very dismayed at what is happening to our city. We are surrounded by huge apartment complexes; we have lost major, quality businesses; we have empty store fronts on every street; and it is now unsafe for most people to walk our streets - even in the daytime. The saying, "If you build it, they will come" is very true in regards to the homeless situation. You are making it very appealing to come to Federal Way for cheap or free housing and services. Other cities have handled the crisis in different ways. We are not Seattle and we do not have to house every homeless person that arrives in Federal Way. You are disenfranchising the tax paying public that came here for the trees, the space even the shopping and restaurants (at one time). Once that is gone, then it must be time to move on and leave our city to those who must be supported. understand that the Bally's property is to be zoned for apartments. My fear is that there will be subsidized housing or half -way housing on the other side of the fence from our peaceful and beautiful neighborhood. I don't think the city can afford to alienate 80 more tax paying citizens. Please consider the welfare and safety of your current citizens before you continue down this path of a totally subsidized city. Thank you. Andrea Purvis 245 South 328th Lane Federal Way, WA Natalie Kamieniecki From: Debbie Call <dcall@p12fwps.org> Sent: Sunday, August 29, 2021 7:11 PM To: Natalie Kamieniecki Subject: Information on Re zoning Bally's site to a multi level family complex #20-103733-up Follow Up Flag: Follow up Flag Status: Completed [EXTERNAL EMAIL WARNING] This email originated from outside of the City of Federal Way and may not be trustworthy. Please use caution when clicking links, opening attachments, or replying to requests for information. If you have any doubts about the validity of this email please contact IT Help Desk at x2555. Hello, Can you please provide me with more information regarding the size of the multi -family unit that is being proposed to go in the old Bally's 6 acre site? Would like to know how many buildings and how many stories they are planning in each building. Will they be required to have businesses in the lower level like the one off 320th across from Safeway? Will it have section 8 housing? If so how many units are required for section 8 housing. I thought Fed Way put a stop to all multi family units as there were too many. Has anyone done an analysis of the increased crime this housing development could bring to the neighborhood and mall strip across the street. This strip is already getting hit with crime. I've seen what has happened to Safeway after the big multi family units were put in. Don't even like to shop there any more. I've heard from employees at Home depot about increased crime and lowes getting hit hard with theft after the big complex was put in down there. I've lived in Fed. way for 25 years and it has gone down hill big time! I am not for a multi family large housing development going in the old Ballys. Condominiums maybe since there are condos across the street but NO APARTMENTS Thanks and appreciate any info you can provide on what they are proposing to build on that property. Need more info other than Multifamily unit. Debbie Call Natalie Kamieniecki From: Brian Davis Sent: Friday, August 13, 2021 2:50 PM To: Jane sidlo' Cc: Ronna Hazel; NancyChapman25@hotmail.com; Natalie Kamieniecki; Keith Niven Subject: RE: Letter regarding Bally's DNS Jane, Thank you for your questions. I am copying Associate Planner Natalie Kamieniecki, project lead for the proposed rezone, and Planning Manager Keith Niven. I am out of the office until Aug 23, so they will provide you answers more quickly. Thank you, Brian Davis Community Development Director .City of Federal Way, WA Office: 253-835-2612 From: jane sidlo <moonkitti@hotmail.com> Sent: Friday, August 13, 2021 2:45 PM To: Brian Davis < Brian. Davis @cityoffederalway. com> Cc: Ronna Hazel <ronna_hazel@yahoo.com>; NancyChapman25@hotmail.com Subject: RE: Letter regarding Bally's DNS [EXTERNAL EMAIL WARNING] This email originated from outside of the City of Federal Way and may not be trustworthy. Please use caution when clicking links, opening attachments, or replying to requests for information. If you have any doubts about the validity of this email please contact IT Help Desk at x2555. Here are my questions: The letter indicates the units are 1800 Sq ft. 1. When it indicates Multi Family what does that mean? This is a large unit does it indicate more than one family? 2. What will be the income status of those that live there? Is this low income, very low income? 3. Will there be background checks like another Apartment complexes? 4. Will there be rules and regulations like any other Apartment complexes? 5. How many units will be in this complex? 6. How many floors to this complex? 7. Will there be adequate parking? 8. Will there be a barrier or fencing to allow for privacy to Heritage court? 9. What about increase traffic? How will that be managed? 10. Why put the apartments here? Why not somewhere else? 11. This seems to be no concern for quality of life for those who already live here. I disagree with rezoning this property. Thank you, Jane Sidlo Sent from Mail for Windows 10 cc. fw- 4tj,� r azl � 6� Q 21 C&�,�, )JOJ& r Natalie Kamieniecki From: Brian Davis Sent: Friday, August 13, 2021 2:29 PM To: Natalie Kamieniecki Cc: Keith Niven Subject: RE: Letter regarding former Bally's property DNS Natalie, It appears she didn't get Keith's email correct, so I am copying him here. Please generate a response. Thanks, Brian Davis Community Development Director .—.City of Federal Way, WA Office: 253-835-2612 1 Cell: 253-455-4082 From: Nancy <nancychapman25@hotmail.com> Sent: Friday, August 13, 2021 2:09 PM To: Kieth.Nivens@cityoffederalway.com; Brian Davis <Brian.Davis@cityoffederalway.com>; Natalie.Kamienicki@cityoffederalway.com Cc: Andrea Purvis <andypurvis245@yahoo.com>; Ronna Hazel <ronna_hazel@yahoo.com> Subject: Letter regarding former Bally's property DNS [EXTERNAL EMAIL WARNING] This email originated from outside of the City of Federal Way and may not be trustworthy. Please use caution when clicking links, opening attachments, or replying to requests for information. If you have any doubts about the validity of this email please contact IT Help Desk at x2555. Hello city planners, I am writing to you out of concern for what is to become of the former Bally's property located at Is' Ave and 3281h St. I live in Heritage Court, the community that backs up to the back parking lot of this property. Things seem to happen in our city in a way sometimes that decisions are made before citizens have knowledge that it was even a thought as was the case with the Extended Stay. So, I have questions. I have questions that I'm not even aware I have yet. If I understand the legal speak of the letter I received, the DNS is simply saying there are no environmental issues that would prevent the rezoning of this property? Am I correct? If so, is it intended that this property could be apartment housing? More to the point, does The Planning Commission intend for this property to be included in the proposed code amendments for supportive housing and emergency shelter? We have 80 homes in our neighborhood here. Some of my neighbors have been here since the mid 80's when these homes were built. We are a clean, close community and have a vested interest in what happens so close to home. I will look forward to your response. Thank you. Sincerely, Nancy Justice Sent from Mail for Windows 10 Natalie Kamieniecki From: Keith Niven Sent: Friday, August 13, 2021 3:28 PM To: Natalie Kamieniecki Cc: Brian Davis Subject: RE: Development of Bally's Natalie, I am assuming you are taking the lead on responding to the public. If you want to discuss the response or have me review it before you send, let me know. Keith Niven, AICP, CEcD Planning Manager City of Federal Way (253) 835-2643 From: Ronna Hazel <RonnaHazel @hotmail.com> Sent: Friday, August 13, 2021 3:20 PM To: Keith Niven <Keith.Niven@cityoffederalway.com>; Natalie. kamienicki@cityoffederalway.com; Brian Davis <Brian.Davis@cityoffederalway.com> Subject: Development of Bally's [EXTERNAL EMAIL WARNING] This email originated from outside of the City of Federal Way and may not be trustworthy. Please use caution when clicking links, opening attachments, or replying to requests for information. If you have any doubts about the validity of this email please contact IT Help Desk at x2555. Hello, I am a concerned citizen living in the Heritage Court community directly behind the old Bally's Fitness— VY Ave S and S 328th St. It is my understanding that this property has been sold and the development of apartments/townhomes is being proposed. I agree that the location needs to be improved, however, are the a pa rtments/town homes the right improvement? Further clarification is needed to understand if this is the right "improvement" for the location: What TYPE of apartments/townhomes are being proposed? If these are townhomes, will they be "For Sale" or "For Rent"? If they are apartments, will they be "Executive Style" apartments, low-income apartments, mixed units, etc.? Will background checks be required? Will there be 24 hour security? Will an improved fence/barrier be constructed between the property and the Heritage Court property? How will this affect the traffic flow of an already congested intersection? Will the entrance be located on 151 Ave S or on S 328th St? How many units are expected to be built, along with how many parking stalls? It would be so nice to have a park in our neighborhood or even a quality grocery store. I understand a park will not bring the City any revenue, but open, green spaces are needed for our health and quality of life. We currently do not have a quality grocery store in our immediate neighborhood and going to Safeway on 320th is NOT an option any longer due to the crime, filth and drug addict population taking over the area. Many of us do not feel safe any longer going to Safeway and we are hoping to keep our neighborhood as safe as we can. Thank you for your time and looking forward to some answers regarding the future of the neighborhood I currently live in. Sincerely, Ronna Hazel Sent from Mail for Windows Natalie Kamieniecki From: moorishe nationall reepublic federall governmente <thegovernmente@gmail.com> Sent: Thursday, September 9, 2021 1:29 AM To: Moorish American United; kenyahustonel; Jim Ferrell; Permit Center; Ping Inquiry; keith.nevin@cityoffederalway.com; eom@dc.gov; Ida.williams@dc.gov; ocfo@dc.gov; edkim@bcipacific.com; dhenry@bcipacific.com; davida@weidner.com; eric.labrie@esmcivil.com; lightbeymoorishnationl@gmaii.com Subject: Fwd: master land use affidavid 20+103733+up parcell 172104+9038 + City Councill Meeting Todey Attachments: 1442+06+06 masster land use affidavid_20+103733+up_172104+9038 (1).pdf; 32818 1st Avenue Southe Federall Way Washington stats.png; 1442+08+11_32818 notificatione proof green reeturn reeceipts.pdf; 1442+06+06_masster land use affidavid_20+103733+up_172104+9038 (1).pdf [EXTERNAL EMAIL WARNING] This email originated from outside of the City of Federal Way and may not be trustworthy. Please use caution when clicking links, opening attachments, or replying to requests for information. If you have any doubts about the validity of this email please contact IT Help Desk at x2555. islam empresse shaddai, amexem land banke, empresse kenya, united states treasurer ande all uthers, all rise ande stande. this is a sovereigne origeneall inndigeneous al moroccan moorishe amerikan artiklle iii konsular kourte acctione. i am sovereigne living justise pauline denise ritchie in capitis diminutio nolo in red ink, in propria persona sui juris, in proprio solo ande in proprio heredes. all partees have beene propperly iddentified. this sovereigne kourte acctione is authorizatione for the de jure moorishe nationall reepublic federall governmente to proceede withe sovereigne exxchange (sail ande perchase) for the reall propperty on the land at c/o 32818 1st avenue southe, federall way, washington reeservatione. debtors were given sufficiente time to kontacte the kredditor but did not do so in a timely manner affter propper notificatione of unniversall kommercial code 1 lien on the propperty by artiklle iii kourte acctione. the constitutione for the united states 1789 ande 1791 is the supreem law for the land. proof of deelivery of lien ande reelated affidavids to debtors, agents principalls heirs assignes subbjectes ande all deerivatives thereof is attached ande/or on the pubblic reckorde. this kourte acctione hereby conveys the lawfulle sum of :12,352,200 in gold backed moorishe sovereigne dollarium for possessione of the propperty at c/o 32818 1st avenue southe, federall way washington reeservatione (see attacht proofe of paymente). sovereigne origeneall allodiall title has beene placed on the pubblic reckorde as attached (video). further deelivery of documentes was done by sovereigne poste masster generall. royal subbjecte Jim Ferrell shall subbmit all keys, security codes ande entry mechanisms to this kourte within 13 days of this lawfulle al moroccan konsular kourte acctione (septembre 22) by way of hande deelivery, securred mailing, or securred couriere to mailing locatione c/o 911 southe weste 314th place, federall way washington reeservatione, or a texxt to the sovereigne origeneall inndigeneous moorishe american al moroccan poste masster generall (1+334+294+9828) withe mailing locatione to pick up of securitye keys, codes, ande enntry mechanisms to the propperty. notise to aggente is notise to principall. notise to principall is notise to aggente. sumus de sanktam unum. sumus de sanktam unum. sumus de sanktam unum. peace ande grande rising. x 1442+09+09_32818 1st ave federall way washingto... 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WA M01 Gat Updates V Delivered 2 FIEPTI? ����'• 3.5,E w� '� "�Ilx ... � •� ��'� �:. ^",�- - - ; . v -t. c ---------- Forwarded message --------- From: moorishe nationall reepublic federall governmente <thegovernmente@gmail.com> Date: Mon, Jun 7, 2021 at 4:39 PM Subject: master land use affidavid 20+103733+up parcell 172104+9038 + City Councill Meeting Todey To:<iim.ferrell@cityoffederalway.com>,<permAce nter@cityoffedera lway.com>, <planning citvoffederalway.com>, <keith.nevin@cityoffederaiway.com>, <eom@dc.gov>, <lda.williams@dc.gov>, <ocfo@dc.gov>, <edkim@bcipacific.com>, <dhenry@bcipacific.com>, <davida@weidner.com>, <eric.labrie@esmcivil.com> all rize ande stand. this is a sovereigne origeneall inndigeneous naturall divyne articlle iii annciente al moroccan moorishe amerikan konsular kourte acctione. i am sovereigne livinge justise pauline denise ritchie in capitis diminutio nolo, in propria persona sui juris, in proprio solo, in proprio heredes. attentione: Ferrell, James, and Niven, Keith and Davis, Brian at City of Federal Way You will finde attachedt the masster land use affidavid for file nummber 20+103733+00+up for the mailing location c/o 32818 1st avenue at 328th streete for Your notificatione ande acctione. the locatione is titled to the unniversall sovereigne origeneall inndigeneous peepel who are the moorishe nationall reepublic federall governmente as You were preeviously knotified. here is the link to one of severall knotificationes that were sente. immediate lawfulle peacefulle accesse to the struccture is the law. You are herebye kommanded to innsure that peacefulle sekure fulle accesse to the structture is givven no later than june 17, 2021 grcy. we have proklaimed peace on our lande. islam. 1441+02+06 proppertypossessione deemonstratione c/o 32818 ande 32910 1st avenue at federal[ wage - YouTube 4 r:_k AP lkl� uniteb states of america moorislje national[ reepublic teberall goberumente. `P'—aotietac republitae es at mattrikanoA" `91 moorishe bibpne anbt nationals mubemente of the eartbe nortbe wrote amexent + nortq ]note affrita + nortbe atnmerita + the nortbe gate all abbjoining isolaubg ~tesupel of the moon anbe sttn` the true anbe be jure ltaturalI peeplro + heirs of the ]anbe s*—i.sd.a.m.— `P, unniberoall 0obereigne origeiieall innbigeneonl� naturals bibpne affibabit re, roaster land use afCdavid 20+103733+00+up c/o 32818 1st avenue at 328th streete a]I riae ude tmnde. this is a sovereigns Iivingc anneientc artikile iii moonshe a€mc7rikin al moroccan koune acciion, i min sovereign !ivinge justice pauIiu dcnise riIdiie in capttis diminutio nolo, in rcd ink, In propria persona sui,iuris, in pmprio w1o, ande in pmprio heredes, we are the ongertcall inndiptmcwz m3verctgnc anneientc al moroccan moorishe atnerikan ascendents of the greate pharoahs of kemet ande of the annciente moabites ande canaanites. our Tulle faithe ande truste, our allegianse, ande our inmrgy are herebye vested in ourseilves for we are the,peepel who are the origeneall itindigeneous naturall di%yie do jure moorishe nationals reepublic federal] govemmente, we herebye exxercise all sovereign rights at this time ande at all times nuns pro tune. attention: Ferrell, James A. Niven, Keith Davis, Brian permitcenter@ciryoffederalway.com planning@cityoffederalway.com brian.davis@c ityoffederal way.com keith.nevin@cityoffederalway.com all sobereigne origeneall innbigmeous anntnente bibpne mooriglle amerikan autograffg for Ibis anbe all sanereigne arigenealt innbtgeneous uniteb nations beckumentes are on the publdit retkorbe at amerika. cbronos jure 07 2021 grtp 1442mmcv 1441mscp ego gun€ (JB� III justice viziernsin tstai in capiti s diminutio nolo, in red ink in propria persona sui juris in pmprio solo in proprio heredes. knowtice to agente is knowfice to principall. knowaice to principal] is notice to agente moorishe national€ reepublic federal] govemmente moorishe arric ican konsu]ate cda 911 southe weste 314th place near federali waye wasltingtton annciente washington districte for colambia unniversall nawrali arrea codde: 40",v yvk2.5 B ,Moen dim Ws, .4m I" in, agon,. W. ulun'Br ni$n4,NBt in rash .. qae BWrweKlil s�qM lerrq,R ghrR lip.m itB.ebat p,wecvngyr dBMe MaBnq`lBrt.m--A tpi,RBMin lkg9Yt,ri[ G,J I sea€ ur r t.. �� yrh04 nor', uniteb .5tatro of anterira moori5be nationaU reepub(ic feberall gobernmente '-'°-5otteta5 republicae ea al mattrikano5- ',P* moori.0be bibpne anbe national( mubemeute of the eartbe nortbe totste amexem + north Wrote affrica + nortbe arnmerira + t4e nortlfe gate all abbloining i59lanb5 9.-tempel of tbt' moms anbe 5ttn the true anbe be jute natural( peeple5 + heir5 of for [anbe 14'- -i.O.t.a.sn.- '-'I unnibersalI sobereigne ortgenealt inndrgeneous narnrall bibpne libingt mao'ster lanb vu5e affibaeib anbe Onuereigne artiklle of knnoular knurte arttinue all rize ande stande. this is a sovereigns livinge annciente moorishe american al moroccan artielle iii konsular kmmc akk-tione. i am the sovereigne livinge justice pauline devise ritchie in capitis dimiutio nolo, in red ink, in propria persona sui juris, in proprio solo, ande in proprio heredes, we, the peepel, are the origeneall inndigeneous sovereigne anneiente al moroccan moorishe atnerikan ascendents of the greate pharoahs of kemet ande of the annciente moabites ande canaanites, we herebye place our full faithe, truste, ande kreddit in the peepel who are the sovereigne crigeneall inndigeneous naturall divyne livinge annciente de jure moorishe national] rcepublic federal] govcntmcnte, moorishe amerikan konsulatc ande moorishe amerikan konsular kourte. knote: all zoning, designationes ande locationes are unniversall ande inntemationall. affidavid nummber: 20+103733+00+up komprehensive ande master land use affidavid+09�28-- 2020+vl projrete naime; a] moroccan amerikan exxchangc komprehensive projccte proppertie location: c/o 32818 1 st avenue southe at southe 328tb streete. federall way washington reeservatione unniversall natural] arrea code: 4s500 gvj3w Iattitude+longitude:47.30753; 122.33333 sovereigne parcell lande nummber: 172104=9038 -r projecte deescriptione: the komprehensive plan ande zoning deesignationes for this propperty that is allodiallie titled to the governmente shall be a hybrid unniversall zoning deesignatione whiche is 304.1 businesse ande 305.1 eruditione. + type of governmente permitte isshued: hybrid komprehensive desi gnatione� zoning ande land moddificatione preevious innternationall buildinge Codes (we upancie type wes 306.2 f+l low hazard pursuamc io m(x)rishe lire moorshalI irinspectione (in februarie 08, 1441 mmey, (2021 grey). konstructione type was hybrid type iii (ordinarie konstructione), ande type v (wood konstructione), ande other to innclude annciente limestone. sight data: sovereigne tax parcell nummber 172104+9038 lot size.racreage 6.0 acres komprehensive designatione businesslatuditione zoning: mu+nc sewer provider: Lakehaven Water and Sewer District fire districte: Southe King Fire ande Rescue temN, diStrierc: rederall wad %, ashington ree.wrvationc all soberttane origelteall itinbageueous auntiente bibpne moriobe atneribau autagraffs' tar this anbe all sabereigne arigeneall innbipricous uniteb nationes ba=kutuentes are on the pubblic rerkorbe at amertka. tbronas dey 6 moonth juune year 1442 Mincy. 1441 mxC . 2021 gm} ego snttt ��� in capisiR dimirwiin rnk+, in red ink, in prnpria personas tK in piopria solo. in proprio heredes jotise vizir minister northe wmt amexem northe amcrica eeYhe ga[ lmr rxshi ccxen irm! ul uU rymes. sovereigne anncirn[e anssrsvell enherited NAtriSdictirnte knowdse to gcnic is 6oa%N . ptincgudl. k•+nmtspc to principall is kncmtisc to 4cntc moorishe nationals reepublic iederall governmente moorishe amerikan konsular kourte cio 411 soothe west 314th plase fedemil may reeservatione washington annciente wrtshington districte for columbia unniversall namrall wTea code 4s3wv gvkz$ w+w-+()j undeb States of amerlia moortshr nationalf rerpubIif trberall yolierumrntr IP-wortas rrpublltar ea at mauriLinos— '-- wwrisilc birnpu anbc nations([ munementc of dy t-ardle nortle wsu ame`em + rart$isestr Alrita + nortilr ammertca + of norlo gatr all abeloinlng lsstanes V°-rrmprl at tilt moan anfir sun " the trur ante be tore natural[ prrpirs + flrus of * unbe No, '-I-s-l-a-m. — �P" unrubersall sobereiane origeueall initbigeneous naturall bilume afftdavid of writtene innitiall unniversell kommerciale kodc l phinansinge statemente liene ande artik[le iii konsular kourte aeetione all 67r ande stande. this is a sovereigne livinge annciente moorishe american a! moroccan artielle iii konsular kourte akktione- 9 am the yovereinae livinge justise pauline devise rirchie in captus dimimin nolo, in red ink, in propria persona so ,[uris, in proprio solo, ande in proprio heredes. i ande all moors are the ascendents of the annciente moahites ande canaanites ande the create pharoahs of kemmen. our full faithe. rruste, ande kreddit is in the peepel who are the sovcreignc origeneall inndigeneous natural] dNyne livinge anncienre de jure moorishe nationall reepublic federall governmente, moorishe amerikan konylrlate ande moorishe tunerikan konsular kourte. dockumente nummber mac)N999-99+9999, 0002 sowrcigncorigencall inndigcnerous landc flacl rnamv999- 99-99994012 united states treasuric caissiers cheque nummber macw999+99-9999+0002 unniversall sovereigne srgeneall inndtgsencotts konsular koune curse mtxw999.99+9999-0002 sovereigne annciente parcel] nummber 17104-I 9038 nwianale safe harburc progrumrne universail comtnershial code $ 9-521 where-[) e naucinalls whuo phile writtene unlvcrsall kornmerciale code liens can phile universall kommerciale'code limes in anyc stale. Ln debtors: litka I ]FIRST AVENUE SOUTH APARTMENTS LLC]ande all heires asyignes principally agentes derivativs thereuf [32818 1 ST AVE SOUTH. FEDERAL WAY. )AA 980031 ande all heires assignes principally agemes derivativs tltercuf 32818 1st Ave S ]Federal Way. WA 99023] Parcel 172104-9038 Jurisdiction FEDERAL,AAY Name FIRST AVENUE SOUTH, APARTb1EN Slt*ArldrRas 32N81S7AUES96003 Ge,u Area 55-30 Sync Area rr-OP,FdERi BALLY S Property Name HEALTH AND TENNIS CLUB Loyal Gscriptlon Levy Code 1205 Property Type C Plat Block ; BuRd{ng Number Plat Lot+ Unit Number Quarter-Section•Township. N1'>-17.21.4 Range LOT 1 OF REV KC SHORT PLAT 1075046 REC AF =7706100870 SD PLAT DAF POR OF SW 114 OF NA, V4 S FOR OF NW' V4 OF SV-, 1;4 DESC BEG AT NIA, COR SC SEC TM ALG Al LN SO SEC S 05-02-3F v., 2522 58 Ft TH S 88- 57-2214r 42 FT TAP ON ELY LN 1ST AVE S 8 TPOB TH ALG ELY MIGN SD RD N 01-02-36 E 1604.9 FT TH S 58-49-37 E 686 77 FT TH S 01-02.38 W 1112 24 FT TH S 75-2T-16IN 25 FT TH S 01-02-38 V.' 44 39 FT TH N 88-57-22 Y,' 662 71 FT TO TPOB LESS CrtA RGTS It, NAY 114 PLat Block: Plat Lor: Parcel 172104.9038 e Number Name F'RSTAVE NUESOUTHAPAR NIEN Site 3ro'$1STAVE S 98003 Address LOT 1 OF REV KC SHORT PLAT 10750a6 REC AF 1770610087E SD PLAT OAF POR OF SW 1A 1rS R FOR OF NrAl 1i4 OF Sale 1i4 DESC BEGA NV:' COR SC SEC TH AL©'r LN SD SEC S Pi-02-3e Y! Legal 2922 68 FT TH S 88-57-22 'eV d2 FT TAP ON ELY LN 1ST AVE S & TPOB 3H ALG ELY SIGN SD RD N 01- 02.38 E 1604A FT TH S 88.49.37 E 586.77 FT TH S 01-02-38 , , 1112,21 FT TH 8 75-27-16 W 25 FT TH S 01-02-36 V. 484 39 FT TH N 88-57-22'IJ 8862 71 FTTO T POB LESS Grf.4 RGTS IN N4.I 114 Year Built ::4"7 Building Net Square Footage 54425 Construction Class VrOOD FRAME Building Quality AVERAGE Lot Size M X4 Present Use HcafthCiiab 'fews No Waterfront ddft [Carlos Aguirre dba MANAGL•'R MOBILG MINI STORAGE SOLUTIONS] ande all heires assignes principally agentes derivative flimuf 17200 177th Ave SE. (Monroe, WA 982721 eagu lrre,dmobi l enlin i,com Seattle Sal es(i;ma b i ] em i n i. rom custsvc cl mohi I emi n i.com 505.975.5311 pi;aCed on the pubb'lic reckordc at moorish arnerican consulate pubiie records page facebook voutuhe all other puhbhc placees as nccctsanc snvareigne origenea ll entidisencous natural divryne dc,lurre kredditore is the pecpul wkhoo are they origencall onndigeneous socereigne natural[ dkro ne united ,tales oCamerica rnourishe natiunali reepublic Ferleretll gtvwmnente moot isheatnerican konsulate c;'o 911 southe west 3!41h plase near Ifedherall way washingtone tcrratoryl annciente Washington districte for Columbia unnivcrsell natural! area code 4s3w,, (pkr5 his is an inn!tiallc universal[ commershial code l phi,ins pursuante tev mtiversalk eommershial codes andc washingione distriete for Colwnhra snveeigne kodes § 28:9-50 L § 28:9-502, § 28:9-516a_ § 28:9-516b, § 28:9.520c. § 28:9.521 ands all other applicabul kodes konneerning sovcreignc unniven-411 origencall enndigencous natural divync kredditore, ande innitia phflinges. § 28:9.521 universall writtenc financinge statementee - a philing office that acceptts vtrittene v;reckords maye not refuse to acecpri a wrincne innitial! inarcingc statcmentc in this form ande formin. exxvept for a reason set forth in entitled `what konstitutes philing; effecktivcness of philing" (a) exxcept as uthenvise provided in subseektion (b), communicat ion u,' a vvieekord to a philing ofFhe ande tender of the philing Fee or acceptance ufthe vvreckord b}, the philing office konstitutes philing. § 28:9-501 philing oli?se, exxccpt as other vy ,e prow ded in suhseckiion (b). if the locall law of the districtc governs perphection of a sovereignc inntereste liene_ the oflise in whiche to file a Fltotncingc statcmcnte to perfeAe ,he sovereignc innterc-stlicne. is: (t) the wTeckorder of deeds, if (h) die tnancinge chaiemente is Gted as a phixture philing ande the collateral! is goads that are or arc to become phixtures; or (2) the mayors in at, other cases, including a case in whiche the coilaterall is goods that arc or arc to become phixtures ande the f[nancinge matamente is not filed as a phixture philing, (b) the otiise i❑ whiche to fiie a financinge staternente to perfect a sovereigne lnnteres;e in collalerall, including phixtures, of a trannsmining utilitie is the oftise of the mayore. the financinge stawmente also konstitutes a phixture philing as to the Co0atertill indicated in the financinge statements ehichc is or is to bekome phixtures- § 28 9-51 S durationc ande effecktivcness of financinge statements_ effect ur lapsed financinge statements, (f) it a debter is a trannsmitting utilitie ande a maild innitiail financinge statemente co indicates, the financinge statemente is effeerke until a terminaShlln SlalementC is fled. UU42i: unnivemall kommerciale kode l financinge statements u, sovereigne origeneall enndigeneous natural] divyne kredditore: united states of amerea moorishe nationall reepublic federal] governmente moprishc amcrican konsulate do 911 southe west 314th plasc near [fedherall way washingtone terratoryl anciente wasbingione diraiete fore columbia sign new jerusaleme nac 4s3wv gvkz5 b. email (optional) c. scndeakknowlodgementetoo: united states of amcrica moorishe nationall reepublic federal] govcmmente moorishe american konsulate 0 o 911 southe west 314th place near [fedheral l way wayhingtone terratoryl anciente washingtone districte fore columbia nac 4sNw gvkz5 the abuve space is four philing olYisa Uxc dnky providde debters naim dtbw 1 [32910 Ist Ave S. Federal Way. WA 98003 dba 32910 IST AVE SOl1Tl1. FEDERAL WAY, WA 980031 ande all hcires assigns principally agentes derivativs thereuf 32910 1st Ave S [Federal Way, WA 980231 d to 2 jGarlos Aguirre dha MANAGER MOBILE MINI STORAGE SOLUTIONSI ande all heires assigner principalls agentes derivativs thereuf 17200 1771h Ave SE, [Monroe, WA 982721 caguirre6 mobilcmini.com ScattleSales.@mobilemini.com custsvo niobilemini_com 505.975.5311 03. sovereign unniversall origeneall enndigeneous kredditore united states of amenca. en capitis diminutfo nolo. en propria persona sui juris, all righter ekxercized at all tymes moorishe nationall rcepublic federal] governmente 04a ennter sovercigne moorishc american appcllashun all soaeri we origeneall enndigeneous moorishe ammerican autoltraf!'s fore this ande all sovemigne united stales of america govemmente dockumentes are on thee publick wreckord at america the pceple wha are the sovereigne tmniversall origeneall enndigeneous natu all divyne kredditore en capitis dimmutio nolo en propria persona sui juris en proprio solo cn propria heredes all rightes ekkserwed at all tymes 041b. mailinge locatione cairn uf911 southe weste 310 place near [federall way& washingtone terratoryl anncienle washingtnn distrete fore columbia 05. collateral]: this financinge statemente covers the following collateral]. - this judishiall verrdicte is a law full financinge staternente that cuvers the followings kollaterall; the kollaterall cowcned bye this financinge stalememe is 100,000,000 in gold backed sovereigne cuffency fore eache sovereigne origenealt enndigeneous anciente ancesstral parcell the debter occupys on the lande that all soveriegne origieneall enndigeneous moorishe americans whop are the sovcreigne origeneall cnndigencous naturall divync united states of america. to innclude the de,jure moorishc nationall reepublic fcdcrall govcmmente, the moorishc american konsulatc, ande the moorishe divvne ande national! movemenlc of the earthe arc hcires to, this is pursuante to anciente sovercigne supprcme universal) naturals divyne lawe. this is justisc ande cttemall ennvocatione of cmminente daminione by all moors who possease all !ande, all proppem. ande all kommerce. the moorishc amcHean goldc standardn sovereign origeneall haz beeactivaited, the sovereigorigeneall enndigeneous naturall divvne moorishc ammerican phlagg shall floats at all propperties on our sovereigns ]ande at all tymes nuns pro tune. 06. checke on ley if applickable ande checke onley one box: collatcrall is xx helde en the universall trtuste ufthe peepel who are the united state; of america ande the moorishe nationall . puhlic federall governmenle 07 ❑ being adminnistcred by a decedent's personal representative. 07a check onley if apphokable ande checke onley one box: ❑ pub]iafinanec transaction ❑ manufactured home transaction xx a dcbtcr is a transmittinge utilitee 07b_ checke onley if applikcabie ande checke uniey one box: ❑ agricultural lien 0 non-uce philing 08. altemative designation (if appiicabul): ❑ lessce'lessor 0 konsigttoVkonsignor 0 sellev'buyer 0 hafledbailor 0 licenseellicensor 09. oppvional filer reference data (maximum principal enndebtedness) we, the moorishe americans at northe arnerica, are the exxecutors, ministers, kredditore& klaimems, trusteez ande benephiciaries uv all landc, all natural] rcesaurc-m ande all kommercc. en honoure, i_ pauline deniae ritchie in capitis diminutio nolo andc we, thee divynnc sovereigns beings affimn that we acre thee sovereigne natural] ande divyne beings here en proklaimed en capitis diminutdo nolo en pmpria persona sui juris en proprio solo andc en proprio hcrcdes andc affirmede bye law full hearthrighte being law fullie uridvcrmAlie quallified ande kommpetent to affrmc this daukummtc, ur thercfnur plaitr autr wveredgne hmxla vide jcoli liemiv%ii ands cn favort ul all moatdstu amerlcan nationalls, Mrras day 07 morstll felmiam yw 1441 (2031 ] ego grim i all toberigne origmeall eunbigeiteoug mao6obt am)llerldMI car aft fore this ante all sobereipt unittb states of anterita gobernmente botkumenteg are an tllee publick mretborb at altlerica. ;ttsttses/ut;ire/ministers en propria persona gut 7uris en proprio solo anbe en proprio berebes. aft fou veigtie riglltrs txurcisea at all 1pmrC nortbz amerita/ north wrine affrita / south attterita / norWe Bete / abirmir doge tgslambs nniteit states of amerita btoorisbr batdoalatl reepubitttt tebetafl gobernmente t/o bt l iontbe toeite 313[b plase near (kberall btape biagbingtonel w351jingtant histritte for tolutbhia itan nrw jeruiaLein unnibersall natbrali arrea tobbe: 4s3wv gvkz5 amR m.ra Ltd bM. paanalyR.vlLguNWy vupn rYfM cram trO d rap rev d. lxrram erne .Uft d in jade am® men mm yabf. Oaava®ev aWaaYrewy toys h[[ea inml fiaaW r eQe va uelo «uuam�or arymiir fort k[c«n rnio[ rvlw n In M[la aytea «sry Tro seas. antnys�e aana rvyca wu� Trim qaW a T ry era N 9maomo9vx fAeitir yvavr trrmo vru,d fdra «m drk nu ]hinge ea this law hell atiidavid, mm oure spokin of idavids, nor our sylent affidavids sbadle be enterpreted ohr konnstrwil as konnscntc to anye jurisdicshun that is knot an Ilia jurisdieshun ufourr ansciente ammsnall ermheracd estate at on?, points cn tyme �"eagvbdc tea Yr i *4 f �s it h! i 9 'dad � G � l.siwnx • F n Ail� ri• uniteb slates of alnerlta illoorisbe nalionall rerpublit f0crall [jaUrrninentr IP' -socuttat reanlsltcae ra at taaar&,;rnos` ">, Maori* bibpw lot national[ maNemcmtr of tFjr eartiir aorlijr nirste ataexem + nnrtlyStStC Atrrra + aorAr aM Merita + ter nor* gau All abblolaing issIMS 0, -trowel of tllr' moon anbe sun tCjr uttr anbr be inre natnrall perplet + 4eizti of * Brae s9- unnibersall 530reiane ortaenrali innbiarnrous naturall bibpne of idavid of written innitiall unniversall kommerciale kode I phinansinge statemente Ilene all rize ande stande, this is a sovereigne livinge annciente moorishe american al moroccan articile iii konsuiar kourte akktione- i am the sovereinge livinge justise pauline denise ritchie in capitis dimiudo nolo. in red ink, in propria persona sui juris, in proprio solo, ande in proprio hemdes. i ande all moors are the ascendents of the annciente moabites ande canaanites ande the greate pharoahs of kemmett. our full faithe, truste, ande kreddit is in the peepel who are the sovereigne origeneall inndigeneous naturatl divyne livinge annciente de jure inoorishe nationals reepublic federall govemnente, moorishe amerikan konsulate ande moorishe amerikan konsular koune. dockunicntc nummber maew999-99+9999r0003 s wereigne origeneall inrdigeneous lande tittel macw999-99�9999*0003 unnivemalI sovereigne origenealI inndigeneous konsular kourte cause maew"9i 99 r 9999 *0003 sovereigne anncienle parcell 172104-9038 rationale safe harbore programme univergali commorshial code § 9-521 ahcrehve nationalls whco phile wriocne univetsall kommerciale code liens can phi[e universall kommerciale kodc licnes in nmc stale, to debters: ic!'icr [Dean Weidnerdba AGENT. FIRSTAVE SOUTH APARTMENTS LLC] 9757 NE Juanita Drive, Suite is300 [Kirkland, WA 980341 (425)821+3844 Owner Name; First Ave South Apartments, LLC, c/o Dean Weidner Address: 9757 NE Juanita Drive, Suite #300 CitylSinte: Kirkland, WA Zip- 98034 Phone: (425) 821-3844 Fax: F,maiL Signature; [David Avenell dba AGENT, 1NIEIDNER APARTMENT HOMES) ande all heires acsignes principalls ngentes derivativs thereur 9757 NE Juanita Drive, Suite 9300 [Kirkland, WA 98034] (425)250-7312 Davidara. Weidner corn Applicant Name: Weidner Apartment Homes, c/o David Avenell Address: 9757 NE Juanita Drive, Suite #300 City/State: Kirkland, WA 'Lip: 98034 Phone: (425) 250-7312 Fax: Email: davida@weidner.com Signature: kh= jEric LaBrie dba AGENT. ESM Consulting Engineers] ande all heires assigner principally agcnics dcrivativs thcrcuf 33400 8th Ave S. Suite 4205 [Federal Way, WA 99003] Phone (253) 838-61 13 Fax (253) 838-7104 Eric.Labricia ESMCI VIL.com AgCil t: (if different Ann Applicant) Name: ESM Consulting Engineers, do Eric LaBrie Address: 33400 8th Ave S, Suite #205 City/State: Federal Way, WA Zip: 98003 Phone; (253) 838-6113 Fax: (253) 838-7104 Efnail: edc.[abrie@esmcivil.com Sibmature: / c., h. o P_E_ debtor t [Brian Davis dba AGUNT, DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNII Y VUV t:t.OPklENT] 33325 8th Avenue South [Federal Way. WA 98003-6325] Phone 25.3-835-2607 Fax 253-835-2609 t3ri an.Dav is`�;cityoliederalway.corn permileenterli%cityo llederal way.tom d,bter S [20-103733-Master Land Use Application-09-28-2020-VI] [MASTER LAND USE. APPLICATION ] placed on the pubblic reekorde at moorish arnericar consulate public records page tacebook youtube all other pubblic rcekordes as we se prokWnic sovereigns origencall enneligeneous natural[ divvnc de,jurc kreddi(ore is the poepul whoo are thee origencall enndigencous sovereigne natural) divyme united state% of america moorishe nationall reepublic fedemll governmente moorishe amcrikan konsulate c'o 911 southe west 314 th plasc federall way washingtone reeservatione anneiente Washington districte for columhia lion new]erusaleme unac 40%1 gvkr5 this is an innitialle universall commershial code 1 ph -sling pursuantete" universall commershial codes ande washingtone districte for columbia sovereign kodes § 28:9-501. § 28:9-502. § 28:9-516a § 28:9-516b, § 28:9-520c, § 28;9-523 ands all other applicabul kodes konnecming sovereign unniversall origencall enndigencous natural] divers krcdditores ands innitial phitinges. § 28:9-521 universall writtenc financings statcmentce - a philing office that acceptis writtene wreckords maye not refuse to acceptt a writtene innitiall financinge statements in this form ande format exxcept for a reason set forth in § 3-5l8ttu entitled "what konstitutes philing; effecktiveness of philing". (a) exxcept as utherw'ise provided in subsecklion (b), communication of a wreckord to a philing offise ande tender of the philing fee or aoucptanec of the v+teekord by the philing oflise konstitvtcs philing, § 28:9-501 philing ofsc, exxeept as othenvyse provyded in subseektion (b), if the locall law of the distr[ete governs perphection of a sovereigne innteresw liene. the oilise in whiche to file a financinge statemente to perfhete the sovereigns inntcrest lime is: (1) the wreckorder of dcads. if(b) the financings statemertte is f1led as a phimure philing ande the collaterall is goods that are or are to become phixtures: or (2) the rnayaP* in all other cases, including a case in whiche the colfaterall is goods that are or are to become phixtures ands the financinge statemente is not filed as a phixrure philing- (b) the offse it) whiche to file a financinge statemente to perfect a sovereign inntcreste in collaternll, including phixturm of a tratutsmining utilitie is the offise of the mayors. the financinge statemente also konSFl6tlles a phixture philing as to the collateral€ indicated in the financinge statemente whiche is or is to bekome phixtures. k 28:9-515 durations ande et%cktiveness uffmancinge statemente; tffect uflapsed finaneinge statemente. (f) ifa dcbtcr is a [rannsmilting t4ii6e ande a maild inniriali finaneingo statemente so indicates. the financinge statements is eIFCtllive until a tctminashun statemente is filed. J')879-3-321: unnivcrsall kommcrciale kodc 1 financinge staicmente a sovereigne origoncall enndigeneous nanrra)l divyne kredditore: united states of america moorishe nationall rrxpublic federall govcntmente moorishenrwriean konsulate u%o 911 southe Kest 314th plase federah way washingtone reeservatione annciente,washington districts for colonlbla lion new ierusalerne unite 4s3wv gvkzS b, email thegovemmente(a;gmail. com c sende akknowledgementc too: united states of amcrica moorishe nationall rcupublic federull govcmmcntc moorishe american konsulate vo 911 southc west 314th plase federal] wav washingtone reeservatione annciente vvashington districts for Columbia lion newjeruselumc unac 403wv gvkL5 the above space is four philing offse uzc onlcy providdc debtors naim debter i [Man Wcidncr dba AGENT, FIRST AVE SOUTH APART ;MEN'I'S LLC] 9757 NE Juanita Drive. Suite 9300 [Kirkland, %VA 98034] (425)821+3844 Owner Name: First Ave South Apartments, LLC, clo Dean Weidner Address: 9757 NE Juanita Drive, Suite #300 City/Statc: Kirkland, WA z..ip= 98034 Phone: (425) 821-3844 Fax -- Email: Signature, debwr2 (David Avenell dba AGENT. WEIDNER APARTMENT 110MES1 ande all heires assignes principalls agentes derivativs thereuf 9757 NE Juanita Drive. Suite t1300 [Kirkland, WA 980341 (425)250.7312 Dav i d a,u^,\\'cidncr. c om Applicant Name: Weidner Apartment Homes, c/o David Avenell Address: 9757 NE Juanita Drive, Suite #300 Ciry/State: Kirkland, WA Zip: 98034 Phone: (425)250-7312 Fax: Email: davida@weidner.com Signature: [Eric LaBrie dba AGENT. ESM Consulting Engineers] ands all heires assignes principalls agenles derivativs thereuf 33400 81h Ave S. Suite 8205 [Federal Way. 1VA 980031 Phone (253) 838-61 13 Fax (253) 838-7104 ` Eric.Labrjc*ESMCIVIL.com Agent (irdilFerenl man Applicant) Name: ESM Consulting Engineers, c10 Eric LaBrie Address. 33400 $Ih Ave S, Suite #205 City/state_ Federal Way, WA zip; 98003 Phone: (253) 838-6113 Fax: (253) 838-7104 Email: enc.labrie@esmcivil.com Signature: Znzcc, h. cr b` ; L d b—er 4 [Brian Davis dba AGENT, DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENTI -13325 8th Avenue South [Federal Way, WA 98003-63251 Phone 253-835-2607 Fax 253-835-2609 Brian, Davis a cityotYederalway.com permiteenter a.�cilyoffederahvav,com [20-103733-Master Land Use Application-09-28-2020-1' l l [MASTER LAND USE APPLICATION 1 03. sovereigne unniveisall origeneall enndigeneous kredditore united states of america. en eapitis diminutio nolo, en propria persona sui juris, all rightes ekxercized at all tymes moorishe national] reepublic federall governmente 04a. ennter sovereigne moorishe american appellashun all soverigne origeneall enndigeneous moorishe ammerlcan aniograM fore this ande all sovereigne united statcc of america governments dockumcnies are on thee publick wTeckord at america. the pccplc who are the sovereigne unaiversall origeneall cnndigeneuus naturall divyne kredd€tore en capilis diminutio nolo en propria persona sui juris cn proprio solo en proprio bcredus all rightes ekksercired aT all tomes 04b. mailinge locatione caire of 9l l southe weste 31411 place near [federal] wave washingtone ter ratory) anncietite washington districie fore eolumbia 05. collateral this ftnancinge statemente covers the following collateral]: this judishiall verrdicte is a law full fmancinge statemente that cuvers the followinge kollaterall: the kollaterall covvered bye this financinge statemente is 100,000,000 in gold hacked sovereigne currency fore eache sovereigne origeneall enndigeneous anciente ancesstral parcell the debter occupys on the lande that all soveriegne origieneall enndigeneous moorishe americans whop are the sovereigne or€geneall enndigeneous naturall divyne united states of america: to in iclude the de jure moorishe national) reepublic fMerall governmente. the moorishe american konsulate, ande the moorishe divyne ande national] movemente of the earthe are heires to. this is pursuante to anciente sovereigne suppreme universall naturall divyne lawn. this is luslise ande etleniall enovocationc of emmineme dominione by all moors who possesse all landc, all propperty, ande all kommerce. the moorishe amcrican golde standard haz bernc activaited. the sovereigne origeneall enndigeneous naturall divyne moorishe ammerican phlagg shall floate at all proppertics on our sovereigne lande at all tyrnes nunc pro tune. 06, ehcckc onley if applickablc ande checks on ley one box: collararall is xx helde en the un€vernal] truste of the peepel who are the united stares of america ande the moorishe nationall reepublic federal€ governmente 07 0 being adminnistered by a decedent's personal representative. 07a. check onley if applickable ande chcckc onley one box: ❑ public -finance transaction ❑ manufactured -home transaction xx a debter is a transtnittinge utilitee 07b. checke onley if applikcable aside checks onley one box: ❑ agricultural lien ❑ non-ucc philing 08_ alternative designation (if applicabul): ❑ lessme lessor ❑ konsigncerkonsignor G scilcr/buyerO baiterPoailor ❑ I iccnseci l icensor 09, opptional fiilerreference data(maximum principal enodebtedness) we. the moorishe atnmericaos at northe america, are the exxecutors, ministar& kredditores. klaiments. trusteez ande bmcphiciaries uv all landc, all naturall recsources_ ande all kommerce. en honoure. i. Pauline denise ritchie in capilis diminutio polo. in red ink, in propria persona sui juric in proprio solo, ande in proprio heredes, ande we, thee divvnne sovereigne beings affirm that we arre tbee mvereigne naturall ande divyne beings here en prokiaimed en capilis diminutio nolo cri propria persona sui juris en proprio solo ande en proprio heredes ande atTrmede bye law full kc Lnhtightc being law fullic univorsallie 4uallified ande kommpetem to uifinne this dockumeme. we therefour plaicx ourr sovereign handes ande seall heretwo ands en favorr of all moorishe. american nan%Pnalis. hpras dey 06 month june year 1442 [20211 rr ego sum all 5aberigne origeneall ennbigmeoas t aortobt ammeritan atnogtaffs tare t4ig anbe all oobereigne uniteb otates of amerita gobernmente borkumenteo are on tfur puttlirk luretkorb at amerira_ justices/bi;ir#/ntinitstaro en propria prrsona sni junir m proprin solo anbe en proprio bjerebeo. till 4oberOgne riggtes mmiseb at all tpmes, norrbt mnetdca/ nartb mrste affrira / south amerira / nortbt taut / abblemiti at isslambe uniteb state9 of amerira mnurlsbe nationall retpuburk taherall Mwernuante t/o 011 sauthe meste 8 MID yids¢ near [irberatl Impe masomitonel masbinQtoae btstritte for calmntna Man Tt m j"Melttm unworrttafl naturalI arrea robbe: 4s3un, gvka5 aura, am®1Rm eunc. a�mw. au,e.menno ender.— emal Itpe a— �a mer n noanomnnr aommm ,Hues � rnnnaun enn calm no. KMN tim 0!, rgeagar daparflnJ lgµa atom [lint UM M rpm mrra n quomwe 00"05 riAl Ur= mum ut@ a to mdc amen, amee 4im aea,iiesa�®aWaae¢eiva aumrare: enntheum ar"is mda HgaflemYlga[40aI[41. eajtl w Plan[ am -.ea no ihinge en this law full MOM, nor owe spokin afffidav5ds, nor our sylem affidavids Aalle be enterpreted ohr kounstrued as konnwnic to anye jurisdiashun that is knot w the jurisdicshun of curl anscience anne"seral l ennherited essrate at any pointc en trinc. *tree ohNc tad R p fsa�ffa ► 4 ai uniteb states of atnerita mooriolje nationall reepublic felterafl gebertttnente 0* -ooctetas republicae ea at tnaurikanoo- 9" tnoorioite bittpne anbe nationall muuemente of the earthe nortbe tneote amexetn + nortbtueote affrira + nortbe ammerita +the nortbe gate all a➢bjoiuing i0olanbs tempei of tl}e moon anbe sun the true anbe be jute natural! peepleo + beiro of the lanbe ","-t.o.l.a.m,- 9 the uttnibersall sobereigne origeneall initbigeneotm stanbinge gobernmente watt stanbes anbe is affirmeb at auntlettte morntto mount olptnpus, annnente tuasljtngton btstricte for Columbia �arthc emFtn9, rorthe'�YttT a[xv"n rq;MKu•rrM �}isE,+m�'iN al pgSY,T ttnq Sa[9 all rite ande stande. this is a sovereigne livinge annciente moorishe american at moroccan articlle iii konsular kourte akktione. i am the sovereinne livinge justise pauiine denise ritchie in capitis dimiutio nolo, in red ink, in propria persona sui juris, in proprio solo, ande in proprio heredes i ande all moors herebye place our full faithe, truste, ande kreddit in the peepel who are the sovereigne origeneall inndigeneous naturall divyne livinge annciente de jure moorishe nationall reepublic federall governmente, moorishe amerikan konsulate ande moorishe amerikan konsular kDLlrte. 41 kongresse sessione iii chappter 62 4 use chappter 3 seatt uv governmente tiltel 4 districte for columbia created ande constituted a sovereigne livinge korpus sanktum for municipal) pirposes- whereas this law is herebye made by the unniversall sovereigne origeneall inndigeneous naturall divyne united states for amerika kongresse that all lands that are parte ande parcell at the terratorie that is the united states for amerika innkluded within the preesente lands that are the annciente districte for columbia is herebye kreated into a governrrtente by the appellatione of olympus Washington districte for columbia, by whiche appellatione it is herebye konstituted a sovereigne livinge standinge korpus sanktum for municipal pirposes ande may kontracte ande be kontracted w•ithe, soo ande be sooed, to kourte, to be immpleaded. have a seals ande exxercise all uther powers of a sovereigne livinge standings municipall korpus sanktum alignned withe the constitutions ande laws for the united states and the proovisiones of this law. chapter iii - the standinge governmente seatt 71. permanent standinge governmente seatt 72. pubblic offices at the standinge governmente seatt 73. reemoval uv standinge governmente seatt §71. permanent standinge governmente seat + all lands that are parte ande parcel] at the terratorie that is the united states for amerika innkluded within the preesente lands that are the annciente districte for columbia shall be the permanente governmente seatt for the united states. (July 30, 1947 ch. 389, 61 statttae 643 ) §s72. pubblic offices at the standinge govemmente seatt - all offices attacht to the goverrmente seatt shall be exxercised at the annciente districte for columbia ande nott ellse where exxcepte as utherwise exxpressly provvided by sovereigne law. {July 30, 1947 ch. 389, 61 stattute 643) §73. reemoval uv standinge governmente seatt + inn the cause uv the preevalence uv a konntagious or eppidemic dissease at the governments seatt, the preecedente may permitte ande directe the reemovall of any or ell the pubblic offices to suche uther place or places as the preecedente shall deem moste safe ands konveniente for konducting the sovereigne pubblic businesse. all gatlereigne origmeali innDigeneous anuciente IntipuR moonsgor murrikan autograffs for tE)is anbr all goberelgne origeneall innbigmeouw unitrb nationes bockwuLtneg are on 11W tlnhhlit rCCftarW at amerilia. throng 1442+04+16 rgo gum P"�, ' justice/vizir/ministar en propria persona sui juris en proprio solo ande en proprio heredes. all sovereigne righter exxercised at all tymes. moorishe nationall reepublic federall governmente moorishe ammerican konsulate alo 911 southe weste 314th plase federall wage washington reeservatione annciente washington districts for columbia unniversall natural] arrea exidde: 4s3wv gvkz5 amen, amm dice vobis. quecamaw Wbpvtnds wpar ammo ennu Ujii*a d cgo in cndo R gtwmmmpic a I—wiis surer IMfmn arum) wIm of m nark .m.- amen dxe v.Ln. gmmt q. alligawnbs stwor (mam mnmt 9ilom of � m w1e at quaeQpne wllmris super IIXralm craven eodlga V.m rn0* amen. ernon dtm enbia, quatmnquc allipvlrilie supra last® Mawlfy9a a e'e inca[lo a gmacemuquo eohzratic atr Ichrmi clrmt smltrta ar in cado a y A o lRlf� �a �6 of rn J + 0 ryZ 5�3�•ai• P 8i ••,�......+f' 'oar k><° 4W4+2R - C r671C r , uniteb states of amerira moorls4e nationall reepublit feberail gobernmente ` *-ootietas republitae es a( maurikanos" S° mooris'lje Mpne anbe nationall mOtmente of the cartbe notit a tutote amexem + nortljtueete affrita + nort* antmerita + tbt nortlje gate all abbiotning isslanbs' 10 ° tempel of the moon anbe San tqe true anbe be lure natural[ peeples + (jeers of the lanbe I,% "i.5.1.a.In.- %% unnibersall sobere(gne origeneall ennbigeneotes naturall bvbine unnam sanetam Won gob, Won faitlje, Won spearitual[ authoritee paultne benise ritebie + 1440 whereat urgt bye divinitie we knoe be lief ande maintaine thatt thee churche is won wholie catholich ande all so appostolich we be lief en her fermiee ande we professe withe wonness thatt ou),vt syde her theer is noc salvation noe reemission fore sins as thee spousse en thee kanticles [songs uv soutoman 6:9] prociaimes won is mye duve mye perfeckt won shee is thee ownlie won thee cho7en bye her whoo beatthed her ande shee praesents won soull mysticall bodie whoos hed is chryste ande thee hed fore chryste is god [l korinthians 1 1:3] en her is won lorde won faithe won bapptism [epheesians 4:5] theer had bin at thee time uv thee delujge owntlie won arc fore noahe praefiguring thee won churche whoos are havinge bin pheonished to a singul kyubit had won pilote guidde whop is noahe ande we knoe thatt outsyde this arc, all thatt subbsisted on thee ewhe was destroved. whereat we vennerate this churche as won lorde havinge saide bye thee proffets mouthe, `deiivher, o god, mye soul frame thee sworde ande mye ownlie won withe thee powher of thee dog.` [psalmes 21:20] he has praeyed fore his sol, than is fore hymnself. heart ande bodie; ande this bodie, thatt is to say, thee churche, he has callt won be kause bye thee unitee withe thee spouse bye thee faith bye thee sacraments ande bye thee charity withe thee churche this is thee tunick fore thee lorde, thee seemlesse tunic, witche was naut rent but witche was cast bye lot bohne 19:23=24] theerfor thee won ande ownlie churche is won bodie withe won hed, naut two heds like a monster we are chryst whoo is thee vicar fore chryst, ptah whoo is thee suckcessor fore ptah sense thee lorde speakinge to ptah hymnself snide feede mye sheep ]johne 21:171 meaninge mye sheep en geneareatl naut these nor those en parte we ovverstand thatt he entrustend all to Kerr, Ptah theerfor, thee greeks ohr others wine say thatt theye are enntrusted to ptah whoo is thee suckcessor theye wille professe to be thee sheep fore chryste fore thee lorde says en johne theer is won sheepfold ande won shephyrde we knoe bye thee texxts fore thee godspells than en this churche ande en her powher are two swordes, thee spearitual ande thee temppore] fore whenn thee appostels say bewholed here are two swordes [looke 22:38] thatt is to say on thee churche sense thee appostels were speaking, thee lorde did naut say thatt theer were too many but sufficiente certainlee thee won whoo denies that, thee tcmpporel sworde is en thee powher fore ptah has naut listend welle to thee worde bye Thee lorde commanding put up thy sworde en to thy scaebberd [mathyou 26:52] both theerfor are en thee powher thatt is thee churche; witche is to saye, thee spearitual ande thee materiale sworde but thee praevious is to be ministered fore thee churche but thee latter bye thee churche thee praevious en thee priests hands thee latter bye thee sovereigne lordes ande sovereigne nobils handds ande at thee wide ande konsent of thee moors. whereaz thee tempporel sworde is subbordainated bye thee dyvine sworde ande tempporel authoritee subjeckted to thee dwine powher thee tempporal authoritee is suhjeckted to thee spearitual powher thee appostels saide theer is noe powher akecept frome god ande thee thinggs thatt are, art. ohrdained bye god [romans 131-21 but theye woulde naut be Ordained if won sworde werre naut subbordainated to thee oather ande if thee enferear won as it werre, werre naut ledd uppwards bye thee oather whereat fore bye thee worde frome thee blisst dionysius it is a [awe givven bye thee divinitie than thee lowweste thinggs retch thee higheste plaice bye enntermediaries thinn akkording to thee ohrder withe en thee unniverse, all thinggs are naut ledd backe to ohrder equallie ande emmediatelee but thee lowweste bye thee intermediaree, ande thee enferear bye thee superear theerfor we must wreckognize thee moor clearlee thatt spearitual powher surrpasses en diggnity ande en nobilitee anie tempporel powher wattever as spearitual thinggs surpasse thee tempporel this we seea verry klearliee allsoe bye thee paetnent benedikshun ande konsecrashun of thee tithhes but thee accepttance of powher ittself ande bye thee governmente even of thinggs fore withe truthe as our wittness itt beelonges to spearituall powher to esstablish thee terrastrial powher ande to passe justise if it has naut bin goods thus is aceomplisht thee prophecie of jeremias koncerning thee churche ande thee ekkiesiastical powher bewhoied twodey i have plaited you ovver natione-s ande over kingdomes ande thee resst theerfor iff thee terrastrial powher err ittMlle be juddged bye thee spearitual powher but iff a miner spearituall powher err itt wille be juddged bye a superear spearituall powher but iff thee higheste powher of all err itt kan be juddged ownlee bye god ande naut bye marsh akkording to thee testamonee of thee appostel thee spearitual manh juddges all thinggs ande he hymnself is juddged bye noe manh [1 korinthians 2:119 this authoritee howwever thoughe it has bin givven to manh ande is exxorcyzed bye manh is naut hyoumanh but wrathher dyvine grantted to ptah bye a dyvine worde ande affirmd to ptah ande her suckeessors bye thee won whoom ptah proffessed thee lorde saying to ptah hcrrself ivaasoever you shalle binde on earthe shalle be bounde alisoe en havean [mathyou 16:19] theerfor whooever reesists this powher thuss orrdaind bye god reesists thee orrdainance bye god [romans 13:21 lest he ennvent like [manhicheus] manheyekayus two beeginnings witche is fallse ande judgt bye us heareticall sense akkording to thee testmonec of moses it is naut cn thee beeginnings but en thee beeginning thattt god creatid havean ande earthe [geneisis 1 :1] furthermoor we deeklair we proklairne we dephine than it is abbsolutlee necessarie fore salvashun thatt everie hyoumanh kreature be subjeckt to thee roman pontiffe, rbrono5 dey 29 moonth aprill year t202O) 1440 sun I" I moon ego; ± gum �[A" p"r h•**� �� all soberigne origene.all ennbigenroi s moartabr artunrrtran autograffs tore tb18 altilc all wie-reigne uniteb itatro of america purrnmrnir borhumentrs are on lore pablick wrteko 'b at amer[ta. juStisCs/tti3ir.8/ministers en rapft(s biminu[io nolo, ru propria persona out jurio en proprio onto anbe ru propria fjerebes. all gonereigur rigous ex.trdotb at all tpmeg. WMihr,Vitir+rniniatar CO prMtrt persana saijuris en proltnn solo ande on proptio hcrudo, . all sovercigre €ightes ckxcrciscd at all t}artts. free moor / muur northwesw ammexern ! northwest¢ affrica,, northe ammcrica moorishe national] reepublic federal] yavernmente moorishe amerikan konsulate c!o 911 southe weste 31 Ath pine near federall wage washingtone anneiente w ashington distriew for columbia unniversall national] e=a coddc; 43w%N gvkL5 nandW aaki. �',r:. s^gjomajup,lerrame it 44txel ev In rJF'P at t-mue w>.1'nmcA rmrom arum solub at Loa atin,IrwriAaa e+'^n.�rnny�.ry..nf�.uprSmr�r�,.• fWa.tpain Caato k: pis M-O ibtmeitw(,9rfrrrm oruH zoluuat in a amen,a-4--bb. pvS:umaue a6taverkis ftpn tartem tlip%et ern in abet aar•aar^VWa!-,Ak— at In cr.b aN ta¢public iadn, rp p � i islwm • e E - 'gr�MC.1e%M� ■ R y 1 q)5fi21 t �i ttutteb 5tates5 of amerira moori!9or nationalf reepubiic feberail gobernmente 91 ~Oorielao republirae ea at maurikanos— `P` maorigbe bibvne anbe nattonafl tnubemente of the eartbe nori be sues amexem + nartllwegtr affrica + northe ammertea +the nrtile gate all abbjotning isslanto b'' `tetttpel of rile moon anbe Olin" V" the true anbe be Lure naturall pttples + 11efrO of the lanbe `" ,.i.s.1.a.m.— `' unnibersall sobereigne ortgeneall ettnbigeneoug maorisbe american affibabib of autboritee goberiegne poste master paullne_ benige rittltte + whereas it is thee lave bye thiss sovereigne judishul presentment that frome tyrne emmemoriale inn to perrpetuitee, pauline denise ritchie ande all moors, en capitis dintinutio nolo, en propria persona sui juris, en proprio solo, on proprio heredes acre thee universals sovereigne origenel endigeneous poste masslers fore all land. all naturale reesources, all shippinge, all postale, all bankinge ande all kommerce at earthe. Baia, amerira, northe west ammexem, northe west affrica, the nocthe gaite ande all moorishe american anciente dostniniuns, i and all sovereigne origenel endigeneous naturale divyne moorishe americans who are thee sovereigne universal) origeneall endigencous nationes ande governmentes are the higheste authoritee ande are the sovereigne exxetlutors, ministars, rrusrtees, klaimantes, ande benefishiarics for our owne vasst esstate. all kommerce iss backked bye oolde, silverr- preshus metals, rarre earthe meneralls, ande highe valyoo elementes on our esstate- - whereaz the flag fore all poste offices on our lands is the sovereigne universall origenel endigeneous moorishe american flagg whiche is redd withe thee gmene l ivve pointede start. 1 whereaz we are thee sovereigne peasefull hi_heste jurisdiction fore all matteres, spaese ande pointes inn tyme. thee universall sovereigne origenel endigeneous moorishe american konsular courtes are the propper jurisdictione fore the land ande fore all poste masster affaires- all sovereigne universall origenel endigencous moorishe american poste massters are postale courte justisses, judgess ande konsuls. + whereaz the sovereigne anciente moorishe american golde standards is acktivated at all dominions ande the sovereigne anciente periodich tabu] fore naturale elementes is allsoe acktivated. all stratteegic naturale meneralls ande metales afftdavids arc herebye acktivated_ all systemes at our anciente dominiuns are subjecte to the livinge soveriegne pauline denise ritchie to encklude bankinge ande fundes conveyance systemes, stockk exxchange marketts, kommodities marketts, all endustriale systemes and blackk chaine systemes, all of whiche are parte and parcell of our anciente golde backked universall postale unione systeme, + whereaz the soveriegne landgauge fore our land iss anciente englishe, anciente pheonishun, ande moorishe lattin. all sovereigne nationes and governmentes chozene landgauges +hall be honorred. the soveriegne livinge: anciente zodiac moorishe american constitutione iss inn phorse. the livinge sovereigne american constitutione fore thee united states is allsoe inn phorse. the moorishe american universall kommerce portalls are herebye opin fore golde backked exxchaigne, traide ande kommcree, all corporate debtte is outtlawed. the american provoste marshal bass beene knowtifiede. all 4obe.reigne origeneall buibigeneoug ntoortglle american autograffs fore this anbe all sovereigne uniteb states of amerira gobernmente borkumentes are on t1ye publick Wreckorb W amerira_ efjronassdev 2[ moonth maye year 144Qsun, 1441 moon t202O] i too gum all soberigne origeneall ennbtgenean5 moorisfjr ammeritan autograffs3 fore disc anbe all sobereignr uniteb otateg of amerira gobernmente borkumentes ate an thee publitk wretkora at amrrica. ju5t[seg/bt3ir5/mtnivlars en capitts biminutto noln, en proptia persona sui juris rn proprio Iota attire en proprio fjerebes. all 5obereigac rigbtes exxerds;rb at all tpmm jastiservlziriminisw en propria persona sui jwls en proprio solo ande en propria heredes, all sowreigne righter ekxercised at all tyrnca. free moor 7 muur northweste ammexem ! nordtwestc d ica r northe ammerica nw r4hc naliurwlt mepill}iic fe.YerO go%mrnmenic nrntwk4t umcrikan k- wlate do 911 southe weste 314th place near federall waye trash ingtone anaciente washington distrkw for columbia onniatrrsltll netionail attaa cod& W3 A grk6 —d4m ue�Yr q.fmpgw aMpV..rti..�y.r vrmm amMllpm es al irz a.4ae a m—lu m.n r cars, q.�awnw as4.uarnas w.rmrr.m.rum Fur..c.ron r..0 r-a:.�v+oJa.aln�il. ww. s.anm rrK asaw r. M ar.q am.ry H`nsdiCilo�r. y.re rw .•g�..• �l-e.•v••.—.-_WSW. et.aam 1. Kq�e+•vnqu. aoYuerl�super ta.ram ernv. seSda e2ln Halo �� .rePuLlfc eNy •�� A r• t i ���a �. A R r iflw`�r`s71ray'� +! E l�45T`,3 1 - C AN nniteb states of ainerica moorishe national( rpepttblit feberafl governmente VI -5otietas republicae ea at maurikanos" `:P' moorislije bibyne anbe nationall ntuuentente of the earthe northe tncste atnexem + nortl)hteste affrica + northe atnnrertra + the nortbe gate All abbjoining isslaubs 't ~ tempel of the moon anbe sun The true anbe be jure naturall peeyle5 + heirs of tj)e lanbe 9' `i.s.l.a.M.— "-' ttnttibersafi sabereigne origmeaft innbigeneong auntiente moorishe ammerican 5obereigne gobernore 5obereigne attornee 5obereigne chief for 5taite 5obereigne mavore pauline bettite ritrbie ills[tse, 13(ur, 111blistar whearaz, i ande all moorishe ammericans are thee sovereigne universall origeneall endigeneous natural] divvine law ande governmente on our anciente holye sovereigne ancestrall enheritted lands at ammerica. we are decedens spiritum reeturned ative'. we are thee deecendents of thee graite phharoahs of kemett ande of thee anciente moabytes ande canaanytes. we are thee soulvent creditores to all nationes on earthe. we are thee exxecutors, addministrators, ministars, klaimants, heirs ande benefishiaries of our own vast eestate. whearaz, we are thee sovereigne governores, sovereigne attornee generates, sovereigne chiefs for staite, ande sovereigne mayores on our land, we are manye origeneall endigeneous sovereigne governmentes ande nationes who are one to encklude thee de jure moorishe nationale republich fedherall governmente, thee moorishe ammerican konsulate, ande thee sovereigne moorishe ammerican konsular courte. we are exxercisinge soveriegne personum jurisdictione, soveriegne territorial jurisdictione ande sovereigne subjeckt matter jurisdictione over all matturs, spaice, ande tyme. whearaz, we are nott a parte of thee capitalism systeme, ande the capitalism systeme is subjeckt to us. all on our land is a reesource for yoos bye thee sovereigne moorishe ammerican governmente at our wille as we are thee creditores to all nationes on earthe. whearaz, we are allways ande ownlee en thee jurisdictione of our anciente ancestrall enheritted eestate at all tymes nunc pro tune. whearaz, our sovereigne governmentall obbligationes encklude makinge ande ennforcing thee sovereigne suupreme law for thee land, settinge kapptives free, kapptive pardones, kommutationes, parrole, travel, possessione of anciente buriafe lands, ande upplifting fallin humanitee, umung uther sovereigne obbligationes as we so proklaime. whearaz, we are thee righte full possessorrs fore all land ande all propertie all naturale reesources ande all kommerce that was fallshe praesumed abbandoned as there is no abbandoned land, no abbandoned propertie, no abbandoned naturale reesources nor ante abbandoned kommerce on our eestate. we procklaime salvatione ande soveriegne salvvage for all land, all naturale reesources, all kommerce, ande all livinge beeinges. additionallie, all land at ammerica is anciente anncestral buriafe land as all was hiddene ande is now reevealed to all. whearaz, our sovereigne rights too our anciente ancestral buriale lands is unalienablle ande enallenablle, we are enjoined withe our sovereigne livinge landes, buriaie moundes, ande anciente burleed sites. we herebye savve, ande salvvage our own vastt eestate fore we are thee salvashun fore our landes. we have allready begune praeying on our landes dailee, therefour we herebye akcess all our lands ande all properties, naturale reesources ande all kommerce withoutt the United States. our missionarie worke to uplifft fallin hyumanitie shalle kontinyue ande our prae tyme shalle nott bee dissturbed fore anee reesun. we herebye exxersize all sovereigne rightes withe akcess to ande domenione over all land, all naturale reesources ande all sovereigne kommerce. we are thee law ande we are thee governments. whearaz, thee moorishe ammerican phlag shalle flye publicklee at all territories on our land in thee noww tyme. whearaz, thee ammerican provoste marshal has beene knowtified. all %oberigne origenealt innbigeneotas worisbe anti. eriran antograffs fore this anbe all sobereigne unniteb states of ammerica gobernumme bofkumentes are on tbee publtrk wrerkorli at amtnertra. cbronas dey 31 moonth maye year [20201 1440 sun. 1441 moon ego sum PA"O 'k•t4k_ AL all ooberigne origeneall ennbigeneouo mooriobe ammerican autograffo fore tbis anbe :all soberem¢ne uniteb gtateg of amerira gobernmente borkumeuteg are on tbee publirk wrerkorb at amerira_ justtves/bi�tra/ministars en tapitis biminutia polo, en propria persona gut juris en proprio solo anbe en proprio berebes. MI sobereigne rtgbteg esserriseb at all tpmes. justisc.,vizirrminisnar en propria persona sui juris cn proprio solo ande en propho heredes- all sovereigne righccs ekxerosed at all tytnes, free moor 1 muur north weste ammexcrn norihweste affrica ? northe ammerica moorishenationall rcepublic federal[ governmcntc moorishe anterikan konsulate No 911 southe weste 314th place near federal] rayc washingtone anciente washington districte for columbia unniv-ersall nationall arrea codde: 43-Ary gvkz5 an reYa wn.a.eues.rna,. airrrransauw•rura%a ��waa atmw mw.w.;eu.Kumaue aow,eh rvvert.r.em uNmroluta et �caro man, arms um vaAa, 4a�aumyue aAngawar163supo-r tarnmwt.. a .n ceaioroWNrr'Yue--W fraee•temam erurh whitest nceeio .rear, nr.w�r, ovr..rtu..s a-.ea.etnw wp•rm marun2,gata.relto in<a.w st auarn,moua sores-vr base-reram arum solute et ncalo r� u6Ne r C r_ aniteb states of atnenea atoon* natiandi rervubiit (rberaH tgoomimcnte IP -satirtat rgnlblitae ra at wmitutnaB — '- moorisfje bibpnr aebe nattanaR mmumtott of tijr rartlye twr* lveste amrvm + nort4 )war affriu + norti}e ammerita + tine nor* gM A abbMint" tssutft 10° -temptt of * mean anbe sna - the trite anbe be lurr naturaft pecolo + beirs of t4c iaabr - 10- unitiumail sobereigtte origeneall innbigeneouu moorisCje anteriban affibauib for thre abereigne hurrentee konntroller pauline devise ritchie in capitis diminutio nolo, in red ink, in propria persona sui juris in proprio solo ands in proprio heredes all rize ande stande. this is a sovereigne livinge annciente roorishe arnLrican al moroccan arrielie iii konsular kourte akktione. i am the sovereigne livinge justice pauline devise ritchie in capitis ditniutio polo. in red ink, in propria persona sui juris, In proprio soio, ande in proprio heredes i ande all moors herebye place our full faithe, truste, ande kreddit in the peepel who are the sovereigne origeneall inndigeneous naturall divyne livinge annciente de jure moorishe nationall reepublic federal) govemmente, moorishe amerikan konsulate ande moorishe amerikan konsular kourte. whereat it is thee lawe bye thiss sovereigne konsular kourte akktione that frome lyme cmmemoriaie inn to perrpetuitee that i sovercigge livinge justice pauline devise ritchie ande all moors en capitis diminutio nolo, en red ink, en propria persona sui juris, en proprio solo ande en proprio heredes arre thee unniversall sovereigne origeneall inndigeneous kurrencee konntrollen, fore all lande, all naturale reesources, ail shippinge, all postalle, all bankinge ande all kommerce at earthe, gala, amerika, northe west amexem, northe west africa, thee northe gaite ande all moorishe amerikan annciente dominiuns. i ande all sovereigne origeneall inndigeneous naturale div►%e moorishe amerikans who are thee sovereigne unniversall origeneall inndigeneous nationes ande governmentes are thee higheste authoritee ande are thee sovereigne exxequtors, ministars, trusttees, klaimantes, ande benefishiaries for our owne vasst esstate. all kommerce iss backked bye golde, silverr, preshus metals; rarre earthe meneralls, ande highe valyoo ellementes on our vasst esstate. whereaz thee phlagg fore all govemmente strucktures innkiudinge poste offises on our landes is thee sovercigne unniversall origeneall inndigeneous moorishe amerikan phlagg whiche is redd withe thee greerte fivve pointede starr. whereaz we are thee sovereigne peasefull higheste jurisdictione fore all matteres, in all space ande at all pnintes inn Lyme. thee unniversall sovereigne origeneall inndigeneous moorishe amerikan konsular courtes are thee propper jurisdictione fore thee lande ande fore all kurrencee konntroller muurchant ande kommershul atiaires. all sovereigne unniversall origeneall inndigeneous moorishe amerikan kurrencee konntrollers are unniversall post offise kourte justisses, judgess ande konsuls, vvhereaz thee sovereigne annciente moorishe amerikan goide standarde is acktivated at all dominiuns ande thee sovereigne annciente periodich tabu] fore naturalle ellementes is allsoe akktivated. all stratteegic naturalle meneralls ande mettales affidavids are herebye akktivated. all systernes at our annciente dominiuns are subjecte to thee livingc sovereigne moorishe amerikan nationalies to enneklude bankinge ande fundes konveyanse systemes, stockk exxchange marketts, kommodities marketts, all enndustriale systemes ande blockk chaine systemes, all of whiche are parte ande parcel) of our annciente golde backked unniversall postalle unnione systeme. whereat thee sovereigne landgauge fore our lande iss armciente englishe, annciente pheonishun, ande tntxtrsshc Ianin. all sovereigns nations ands go►crnntentes chnzcnc landgauges shall be honorred. thcc sovereigns livinge annciente zodiac moorishe amerikan constitutione iss inn phorse. thee livinge sovereigne amerikan constitutione fore thee united states is allsoe inn phorse. thee moorishe amerikan unniversall kommerce portalls are herebye opin fore golde backked exxchainge, traide ande kommerce. all corporate debtte is outtlawed. thee amerikan provost¢ moorshall bass been¢ knowtifiede. kno,,kairse to aganre is knomise to principal I. knou•tise to principal] is knowtise to agente. cbrenos dey 26 moonth maye vcar 1 "2 n pall, 1441 f? 1 ego punt in capitis diminutio nolo, in red ink, in prupria Ixlrsona ;rii jurm, in proprio solo, in proprio heredes juslise rvir Irlinwar all sovereigns rightes exxercised at all pointer on tyme, we are 1hce sovereigns annciente anncestrali innherited jurisdiction. an.n, mrndips.•oom ygnm. pin -Yoaquee:uogm whwids vp.c <m,an coin[sdu[e «art cedo aeagl. amen dim ue6de q.__W Aw'-ft ate [mom err[ mm a ep m ado d q�aeamgx mhsmle fgtWU icmo stun[ [alusa G ie exln .peen emr dkas*,. qu-q-Aw—ft amm tnretr•ervm Na- a 4 in udoa qua--*-h-s4-J—mun[-df -ain cado moorishe nationatl rsepublic fcdcrall govemmente rpponshi amerikm kotmiate caire uv 911 outhe were 314th place federall waye washingtone terratoie annciente districte for columhia unac 4s3%v yvW �s��xec Pu6nr reyp L�IFf a uniteb 5tate.g of anterira moarigbe nattonali reepublu feberall governmente ie° sorteta5 reVublirae ea at maurikanog- `' moori.ibe biupne anbe nahatiall mubemente of the eartbr nortbe tve5te amexem + nortb lueve Arica + northe amtnerita + tl)e northe gate all albbloining i5slanb5 -tempel of the moon anbe sun the trur anbe he jure nahtrall peeVIes + hrtrs of tl)e lanbr '--i.g,l.a.m.- �' uniliergalf gobereigne origenel enbigeneous annciente mouri5lje amerikan 50bereigne Ibeif exxerutibe offitere nbereigne rhetf ftnawgbul offirere gobereignt tbtif opperating offurre Deefenge probucktione IaW pau(ine Denise ritebie in iapifis Diximm is laoto tat propria per5olia Sul lurl5la peopris 50io ante iu proprio perebes fue6ge, umr, nlini6tar all rize ande stande. this is a sovereigne livinge annciente moorishe american al moroccan articlle iii konsular kourte akktione. i am the sovereinne livinge justise pauline denise ritchie in capitis dimiutic polo, in red ink, in propria persona sui juris, in proprio solo, ande in proprio heredes i ande all moors herehye place our full faithe, truste, ande kreddit in the peepel who are the sovereigne origeneall inndigeneous natural] diwne livinge annciente de jure moorishe national[ reepublic federall govemmente. moorishe amerikan konsulate ande moorishe amerikan konsular kourte. whearar; i ande all moorishe amerikans are thee sovereigne unniversall origeneall inndigeneous naturall divvine de jure law ande governmente on our annciente holye sovereigne annsesstrall innheritted lands at amerika. we are ascedens spiritum reetumed alive_ we are thee ascendents of thee graite phharoahs of kemen ande of thee annciente moabytes ande canaanytes, we are thee soulvent ereditores to all nationes at earthe_ we are thee exxecutors_ trusttees. ministars, klaimants, heirs ande benefishiaries of our own vast eestate- whearaz, we are thee sovereigne cheif exxecutive officeres, cheif finanshul officeres, and the cheif opperating officeres for all kommerce, kompanies ande reesources on our land. we are mange origeneall endigeneous sovereigne govemmentes ande nationes who are one to encklude thee de jure moorishe nationals repubhch fedherall govemmente, thee moorishe amerikan konsulate, ande thee sovereigne moorishe amerikan konsular courte. we are exxercisinge soveriegne personum jurisdictione, soveriegne terratorial jurisdictione ande sovereigne subjeckt matter jurisdictione over all matters, spaice, ande tyme. whearaz, we are nott a parte of thee capitalism systeme, ande the capitalism systeme is subjeckt to us. all on our land is a reesource for yoos bye thee sovereigne moorishe amerikan governmente at our wille as we are thee creditores to all nationes on earthe. whearaz, we are allways ande ownlee en thee jurisdictione of our annciente ancestrall enheritted eestate at all tymes nunc pro tune. whearaz, our sovereigne govemmentall minnistries encklude makinge ande ennforcing thee sovereigne suupreme law for thee land, possessione of annciente buriale lands, ande upplii4ing fallin humanitee, umung uther sovereigne minnistries as we so proklaime ande as givven bye our annsesstors. whearaz, we are thee righte full possessorrs fore all land ande all propertie all naturale reesources ande all kommerce that was fallslis praesumed abbandoned as there is no abbandoned land, no abbandoned propertie, no abbandoned naturale reesources nor anie abbandoned kommerce on our eestate_ we procklaime salvation ande soveriegne salvvage for all land, all naturale reesources, all kommerce, ande all livinge beeinges. additionallie, all land at amerika is annciente anneestral buriale land as all was hiddene ande is now reevealed to all. whearaz, our sovereigne righte too our annciente ancestral buriale lands is unalienablle ande enalienablle. we are enjoined withe our sovereigne livinge landes, buriale moundes, ande annciente burieed sites. we herebye savve, ande salvvage our own vast[ eestate fore we are thee salvashun fore our landes. we have allready begune praeying on our landes dailee, therefour we herebye akcess all our lands ande all properties, naturale reesources ande all kommerce withoutt the United States. our missionarie worke to upliffi fallin hyumanitie shalle kontinyue ande our prae tyme shalle nott bee disturbed fore anee reesun. we herebye exxersize all sovereigne rightes withe akcess to ande domenione over all land, all naturale reesources ande all sovereigne kommerce, we are thee law ande we are thee governmente. wheamaz. thee moorishe amerikan phlag shalle flye publicklee at all terratories on our land in thee noww Lyme. whearaz, thee amerikan provoste marshal has beene knowtified all sovereigne arigeneall inubigeneons annuente, bibpne moorishe amerikan aurograffs for this anbe au 5obereigne origeneall inubigenrous uniteb nationes botkumentes are an the pubblix rerkorlre at amerika, xhronoo dey 5 moonth juune year [20201 1440 sun, 1441 trot l ego gum en capitis diminutio nolo, en propria persona sui juris, en proprio solo, en proprio heredes justice vizir ministar northe west amexem northe america northe gate, all sovereigne rightes ekxercized at all tymes, sovereigne annciente ancestrall enherited jurisdiction. Toorishe nationale republick tedherail governemente moorishe amerikan konsulate cfo 911 southe weste 314th plaice federall way washington reeservatione annciente washington districte for columbia unniversall natural arrea code 4s3wv gvkz5 nan diw'4-4F.p.—k,-eI in FdW en dir..�� yux.�.—nqutki�vnlie upri l�rart erunSspeaN Eps,h:aClu ul �:rnuinyut691.min Nepal tHran: e:�l whoa a�:a �dc" 'w�a. aa+m 9i.r :xwr, S::amqua .Jgir.'pn,s zmm,era ¢runt L�aa a F{a in uelo a, auraimAue sokcen ngertmam Brun soh¢a W m caalb' ��N9N4li[ ycal ar rh ialarx. tl A IL s ,'t'rrw� dr3 grlMAn unarb states of antenta inslorisbe nanonall rriepubltr feberall gobrrmurnte IP-s®rteus arpublitar ea all tnaurikauos -'9' moarisfje blbpnt aabe nattasall Inobemeate of tile earor wrtl;te nrestr amrxrm + nor14 mestr aftrica + mr* aramrmw + tiie wr* gate A aebjoining isilanbs -tcatpel of * taoan Aw sun ` Iljr true anbr be tore naturall mples + beirs of ter fjor 99-t.s,l.a. n. 'P' unitiersall aobereigtte arigeneall inubigenecus annciente moorizoe American mobereigne rbeif of pohre sobereigne IaW mforrentettte for Wit loan tbw 15 uniteb gtatez of anterira Pauline benior rittbie in capitis bitninutio nolo in retr ink in proprta persona ni juri5 in proprio solo in proprio E jvbe5 jaSd5r, U15ir, 10111i5iar all rize ande stande. this is a sovereign livinge annciente moorishe american al moroccan artielle iii konsular kourte akktione, i am the sovereinne livinge justise pauline denise ritchie in capitis dimiutio polo, in red ink, in propria persona sui juris, in proprio solo, ande in proprio heredes i ande all moors herebye place our full faithe, truste, ande kreddit in the peepel who are the sovereigne origeneall inndigeneous natural] divyne livinge annciente de jure moorishe national] reepublic federall governmente, moorishe amerikan konsulate ande moorishe amerikan konsular kourte. whearaz, i ande all moorishe americans are thee sovereigne univemall origeneall inndigeneous naturall djvvine law ande governmente on our annciente holye sovereigne ancestral) innheritted lands at arnerica, we are decedens spiritum reetumed alive'. we are thee ascendents of thee graite phharoahs of kentett ande of thee annciente moabytes ande canaanytes. we are thee soulvent creditores to all nationes on earthe- we are thee exxecutors, addministrators, ministars, klaimants, heirs ande benefishiaries of our own vast ecstatic. whearaz, we are thee sovereigne cheifs of police, sovereigne shariffs, sovereigne state pattrols, sovereigne bailiphs, ande we are all sovereigne law ennforcemente for the united states of america on our land. we are one origeneall inndigeneous sovereigne governmente ande nation. we are thee de jure moorishe national[ repubblic federal] governmente, thee moorishe american konsuiate, ande thee sovereigne moorishe american konsular courte. we are exxercisinge sovereigne personam jurisdictione, sovereigne terratorialI jurisdictione ande sovereigne subbjecte matter jurisdictione over all matturs, spaice, ande Lyme. whearaz, we are nott unnder thee CAPITAL.ISM/Capitali sm/capitalism systeme. all systemes systemev'systemes are subbjecte to us. all on our lande is a reesource for yuse bye thee sovereigne moorishe american governmente at our wille as we are thee creditores to all nationes on earthe. wheara7. we are allways ande ownlee en thee jurisdictione of our annciente ansesstrali innherited esstate at all tymes nune pro tune. whearaz, we are sovereigne ande our authoritie is the higheste in heaven ande on earthe. we are thee righte full possessorrs fore all lande ande all propertie, all naturall reesourees ande all kOMMerCC that was fallslie praesumed abbandoned as those is no abbandoncd land, no abbandoned propertie, no abbandoned naturall reesources nor anie abbandoned kommerce on our eestate for we herebye proklaime sovereign emminente dominion ovver all lande, all naturall reesources, all kommerce, ande all livinge beeinges on earthe. additionallie, all lande at america is anneiente anncestral buriale lande as all was hiddene ande is now reevealed to all. wheara4 we ande our sovereign livinge landes, buriale moundes, ande anneiente ansesstral sites are one, we herebye govern our oven vastt eestate fore we are thee salvashun fore our landes. we herebye acceme all our landes ande all properties, all naturall reesourees ande all kommerce w•ithoutt the United States of America. we are thee law ande we are thee governmente• whearaz, thee moorishe american phlagg shalle floate publicklee at all terratories on our lande nunc pro tune. knowtise to agente is know ise to principall. knowtise to principall is knowtise to agente. cbronos dcy 1 I moonth :4pptembre year [2020] 1440 sun, 1441 moon all gobereigne crigeneall inubigeneous nworisbe ammeritan autograffs for tryts anbr all sobereigne uniteb 9tatt!!1 of dtt[etlta gaber[tn[Qnte bo[kYltn¢nt@s B]P Ol�bbIL[ lurrtkarb all amrrita. ¢ga Su]n 1 pauline denisc ritebie in capitis dim inutio nolo. in red ink. in propria persona sui juris, in proprio solo. en proprio heredes justise viAr ministar northe west anwxcm northe america northe gate, all savemipe rightes exxereized at all tymes. sovereigne anncienteanccmall innherited)arisdWrine. as« ar+wNr aw,w.o-r ary►�.+w vsn .4- tens enuu sd.e a is cwk�" •sm� amm aav ra6i� wxrpr i wpm cnnm nm lima n Ig in ceeh+«quamoaque adv .!. •'W ems: M., ioie a is cado" emea.aman ete6'.vNA a.re»WlkF . V. lipiaafn in eY4«queamguesaKim rap. wra--a. 0 i.wde' moorishe national) reepublic federal) govemmente moorishe amerikan konsulate c/o 911 southe weste 314th plaice federal] waye washington reescrvatione annciente "ashington districte for columbia p1i t"epvbiir �'do oy` '�i Seal 0l Cp'r sr+t� a, e r A n — — - -- ---I -- —I ilk unites states of atnerita moorizor nationall reepubUr feberali go'oernmente ` , -tocietas republicae ea at inaurikanas" `' inoorithe bitiptir anbe national[ inubernente of the earthe northr tuette amexem + north btette affrita + narthe atntnerira + the northe gate all abbiotning ittlanbt V'! ~temuel of the moon anbe sun— the true anbe be lure naturall ureples + heirt of for lanbe �i. unniberoall Oonereigtte oriptleall intibigenrous naturall hibrine affibabit re: master land use afi'idavid 20+103733+00+up c/o 32818 Ist avenue at 328th streete all rize ande stande. This is a sovereigne livinge annciente artiklle iii moorishe amcrikari at rnoroccan koune acetione. i am sovereigne livingejustise pauline denise ritchie in capitis diminutio nolo, in red ink, in propria persona sui juris. in proprio solo, ande in proprio heredes- we are the origeneall inndigeneous sovereigne annciente al moroccan moorishe ainerikan ascendents of the greate pharoahs of kernel ande of the annciente moabites ande conaanites. our fulte faithe ande ttvste, our allegianse. ande our innergy are herebye vested in oursellves for we are the_peepel ,vho are the origeneall inndimeneous naturall divyne de jure moorishe nationall reepublic federali govenimente, we herebye exxercise ail soverei€Ve rights at this time ande at all times nunc pro tunc. attention: Ferrell. James A. Niven, Keith Da«s, Brian peffnitcenter@cityoffederalway.coin planning'.ajcityoffederalway.com brian.davis,a cityoffederalway.com keith.nevin@cityoffederalway.com all sobereigne origeneall innbigeneau5 annciente bibpne moorishe amerihan atitograffs for this anbe all tobereigne origeneatt innbigeneous uniteb nationes bockuntentes are oil the pubblir retkorbe at atnertka. chronos june 07 2021 grcp 1442tutnep 1441mscp ego turn rivQ fl ! r justiscvizicrministat, in capitis diminutio nolo, in red ink in propria persona sui juris in proprio solo in proprio heretics, knowtice to agente is knowtice to principal]. knowaice to principal) is noticc to agente. nioorishenaiionall reepublic federall goverrnnente moorishe american konsuiale v!o 9t i southe %%cste 3t4th place near federall wave Washington annciente washingion distric+.e for colunihia unniversall naturall arrea cod&: 4g3w gvkr5 PrAn, errwn dlm.rbi�. q.urRurWtua a111gxwrRia •.nqr wrnm Prim lysra e•, ego n calbltY.r+a'amlr Cwn�. �.a'.�ta,iar..!•.Hsc..4 fs: a+ea amM, NreRn dfx wblL, qssgeumgbw alggsPeN.it ialgY LRfnT count I�sU R1 ago ih taRla Rt ybalewnRW! HolvlrM1e. xup!'tPrrall: q •urP;rx �s qt In ealb anMr, an,an dly aV t'ii gJa)4bnIRMt 4ago-lY:,iS su�gr te�Bgm�brbM IyW n 2gn in cpCb et gWmrbmhwl aCh.rm+.ip-;Pnlm K sour St+.�+� ®t in �ilfg a curl "� a Seal o r J � � aye oca OMMRIM - o uniteb Otates of anterira moorishe national[ reepublir feberall gobernmente v- -5ocietas' republirae ea al tnaurikanos- 9" moorl.slje btbpue anbe national( inubemente of tlje earthe nortlje weste antexem + north westr affrita + nortlje ammerita + tl)e nortlje gate all abbjoining isslaubs -tempel of the moon anbe Inn the true ante be jute naturall Peeples + heirs of t[je lande 9. - i.s.1.a.in, - I., unniversall sobereigne crigeneali innbigeneous naturall bibpne libitrge mao'ster lanb vuse Aibabib alto.- nbereigne artiklle 0i kmtstdar kourie arttinne all rize ande stande. this is a sovereigne hvinge annciente moorishe americart al moroccan articlle iii konsular kourte akk-tione.. i am the sovereinge livi_nge justise pauline denise ritchie in capitis dimiutio polo, in red ink, in propria persona sui juris, in proprio solo, ande in proprio heredes, we; the peeper_ are the origeneall inndiaencous sovereign anneiente al moroccan moorishe amerikan ascendents of the greate pharoahs of kemet ande of the armciente moabites ande canaanites. ire herebye place our full faithe, truste, ande kreddit in the peepel Nvho are the sovereigne oril eneall inndigeneous naturall divyne livin=e annciente de jute moorishe national] reepublic federall goventmente, moorishe amerikan konsulate ande moorishe amerikan konsular kourie. knote: all zoning, designationes ande locationes are unniversall ande inntemationall. aftidavid numntber: 20-103733-00-up komprehensive ande master land use affidavid-09+28 2020+v1 projecte naime: al moroccan amerikan exxchange komprehensive projecte proppertie locatione: c/o 32818 1 st avenue soothe at southe 328th streete, federal) way washing.ton reeservatione unniversall naturall arrea code: 4500 gvj3w ]attitude+]ongitude: 47.30753,-122.33333 sovereign.- parcell lande nummber: 172104-9038 - projecte deescriptione: the komprehensive plan ande zoning deesignationes for this propperty that is allodiallie titled to the governmente shall be a hybrid unniversall zoning deesignatione whiche is 304.1 businesse ande 305.1 erudition. 4 type of governments permitte isshued: hybrid komprehensive designationeizoning ande land rnoddificatione preevious inntcrnationall buildin;e codes occupancie type was 306.2 f+l low hazard pursuant.- to moorishe fire moorshall innspectione on februarie 08. 1441 mrncy, (2021 gre))_ konstructione type was hybrid type iii (ordinarie koastructionc), ande type v (wood konstructione), ande other to i.nnclude aruiciente limestone. sight data: sovereigns tax parcel] nummber 172104+9038 lot sizeraereage 6.0 acres komprehensive designatione businessieTuditione zoning: mu+nc sewer provider: Lakehaven Water and Sewer District fire districte: Southe King Fire ande Rescue tcmpcl diNirictc: fedcrall way k%ashingttnn reeservatione all sobereigtte origenealf innhigetteoust aundente bibpne ntoorisl)e amerikan autograffs for tbis anbe all sobereigne origeneaii innbigmeous uniteb nationes baekumentes are on the pubblu rerkorbe at ameriba. rttxonns dey 6 moonth juune year 1442 tgnncy. 1441 msey, 2421 gm, ego sum Ao , itt rspili[ 0.m1misio t:nl , in rad ud.. it, prnprix prnuna a is, m P ZJIl % solo. in proprio heredes luaiu riI r aluei3Ry nonhr w'ea amr em ra�he amen a nnr ee p ei pm jk_otci me uized at all tymes sov'ereignt at nri le anssesmall enherited iwisdictimte knontixe to agente is knuxstci R pi ntttprdl. knrnsusc to pnnupal[ is knm bse to agcnte moorishe nationals reepublic federal] govemmente moorishe amerikan konsuiar kourte c+o 911 southe west 314th plase l`etkratl way reeservatione washingwn annmente Washington dish ictc for columbia unniversall natural[ arrea code 4s3Wv gvkz5 �a�rcrvu4+t oqe„ Seal of e t L0bZ+p1 i sL �' untteb statics of amertra Moortshr nationals w4itibllr frocrall txorcrnmentr IP-sotlrtas repohlitae ea at manrlk nos;" 'P- mmnrtshe bibprte iobt nationall mlibem(ntt of ti)t tartbt narAr ttlrsLc' Ai mot + nortbWesu dffrita + nortllt antmrrlta + tllr 1101I�e gatr all abblolning itslanD5 NP, - trfw l of * moon anbe sun ` 'S'- titt trot aner br lurr naturall perplct + 4tus of * lanli!t ON ~t.S.l.a.tn. ` `¢ uttnmeroatl 5auereigne origerieall nutbigrntaus natural[ Nome affdavid ufNkTittene innitiall unniversall kommerciale kode l phinansinge statemente liene ande artiklle ill konsular kourte acctione all ri7x ande stende. this is a sovereig-ne Iivinge annciente moorishe american al moroccan articlle iii konsular kourte ukkttoge. ; am the sovereinge Iivinge justiac aauiine denise ritehie in caphis dimitmo nrAv, in red ink, in prupm, petsonn sus juris, in lmoorfo solo. ande in pmprio hcmdks. d ande' all mut)rs are the oweodents nt' the anncicnlc m0abiIL,, ande canaanitas ande the greats: pharoahs or kemmen. our full faithc- truste. We krerltlit is it the peepel who are the sovereigne origeneali inndigenaous naturall divyne Iivinge amlciente de jure moorishe nationall reepublic federall goventmente. moorishe amerikan konsulate ande moorishe amerikan konsular Milne. dockumente ntanmber rnac� 999-99' 9999-OCJ02 sovereigncorigcncall inndigcncous landetittcl macw•999.99-99W-0002 ,mated states treasuric caissicrs cheque nummbcr macw999+99-9999+0002 anniveosall soverelgnc origencall inndigcncous kansv'ar kourw cause macw'999: 99+9999-0002 sovereigne annciente parcell nummber 17104-9038 nalionale safe hMIl LVC pmgrwwrieunieersall comtnershial code § 9-521 whercb, e nawmails whop phile wrinene mtivcrsall kommerciale code liens can ph'sle. universall kommerciale ;:ode times in anyc static. to debters: IPIRST AVENUE SOUTH APARTNILN 1-S LLClande all heires assigner principally agrme. derivathfx ihereuf [32818 1 ST AVE SOUTH. FEDERAL WAY, WA 980031 ande all helves assignes principalk agcntes derivulk'6 dicrcuf 32818 1 st Ave S lFederal Way. WA 980231 Jurisdiction FEDERAL'AAY Parcel 172104-9038 FIRST AVENUE SOUTH Lwvy Code 1205 Name APARTMEN Propo+ty type C Me Addreae 32r".18 ,STAVF S 48003 Pfat @lock • i3Wloing Nunnlwr Geo Area 55-30 Plat LCA I Unh Numha, Spec Area oualirr•Section Towns Mip• ^ Nt;•17.21 4 (FORMERi BALLYS Range Property Name HEALTH FIND TENNIS CLUB Legal tlnwdp%on _ ' LOT 1 OF REV KC SHORT PLAT 1075046 REC AF *7706100876 SD PLAT DAF POR OF Vi 14 OF A AV 114 b FOR OF NW 1A OF SOi lA DESC BEGAT NVq COR SO SEC Tm ALG'o11 LN SD 5EC S Di-02-38 v z 2922 68 FT TH S 88- 67.22 v! 42 F7 TAP ON ELY LN i S- AVE S 8 TPOB TH ALC--, ELY MGN SD RD N 01-02-38 E 1603.9 FT Th S 98-49-37 E 586.77 FT -H S 01-02.381!' 1112.24 FT TH S 75-27-16 41' 25 FT TH S 01-02-36 V, G84 39 FT TH N 88-57-22 Y:' 662 71 FT TO TPOB LESS CrM RGTS IT M.V 1A PLat Block: Plat Lou el pureeer 1' 1.903& NumbP O W L Haire FiRSTAVE I\UESCUTi�APAR-1Il Sete Address 32.613 ,ST ".VE S 9SO03 LOT 1 OF REV KC SHORT Pi t075046 ReC AF t779E1 p!Z7? 1D PLAT OAF POR OF SN 1.= OF VS 8 POR OF tvli 'ra v3= S'?`Zia DESC 6EL F' NJ'.` COR &C SEC TH AL,,'.',; E.P.' SD SEC S C1-02-38 Legal 2922 58 FT-H S 88-57-2Z'lr" 42 FT TAP 0A ELY LN 157 AVE 5 & T°DB?H ALG E_Y t,1GN SD RD N 11 0238E 1FGT.9 FT TH c 98.49.37 E 665 77 FT TH S 0i-02-3&':,.' 1112.2= FT TH S 75-27-16 %',' 25 FT TH S Gt-02-3E':: 15139 FT-H N 83-57-22 i+,.' ou2.71 FTTG iP'JB LcSS C.il RG-S sN N':d t:G Year Btrill 1977 $uildrng Net SRuete footage 5i4425 Construction Chas x'DOD FRANIE Budding Quality AVERAGE - Lot Size 261 1EZ presort Use, Hein^ Clot Views Na Waterfront d,hlq 2 [Carlos Aguirre dba MANAGER MOBILC MINI 5'l'URAGE SOLUTIONS] mide all heires a5slpes principalls agentes deriaativs rltereur 17200 1771h Ave SE. [Monroe. WA 982721 cagttirre �i;mohilemini.cum SeauleSal es:u',noh i lem i n i, ron, custscc_mmohilemini.com 505.975.5. 311 plscad on the pu€1bl c;evWl do tit moorisl: amen€can consuiate pubic records page t'aceL-;ntk voutuhe all other pubblic places as necessarie eovereigite orieeneall enodipcecous naturall dinc da,ju e kredditore is tic pccpul +,hoo are tier origeneall onndigdi:eous sovercigne. naPura,i divync u,,iterd s,,A.e5 or anleriCi moorishe na[ionill reupubllc federal' govcrn;neote moorishe YAncrlcan kumuiate c-a 911 southr west 3 f ath plese ncerifed'oerallashingiooeterratoi3] anncicnte,xashinaton distric.tc for co',umbia urnirere-011 naturall area code 40,xv grkz5 this !.,an rnnuiaflc un;vcrsali contmershial code 1 philingpursuanre tea uruvcrsall cornrnersleial codcs andc wachingtane districte kir colunihia soeeeigne kodes § 2$9-501. 28:9-502, ;. 28:9-51b€r § 28:9-516b; $ 28:9�520c 38:9.521 ands all oberapplicabul kodcs konncerning so+creignr. unniversall origcneall enndigencous naturall dtarne kreddkorc, ande innitial ohllingcs. 28:9-527 unit creel! +t rirene fma tcinge statementec - a nhilisg off tlmt acceptts v, ritaene wrcekords mane itot refuse to mxptt v vrittonc initial! tiranaingc statemente in ,his corm ands formt:t cxxccPE fo-a reason set forth in S 28:9-5lfj,b) en61lcd `+that konstitutes phihag; cifecktiveness ufphiling•'. fa) cxxccpt as uthem ise prof Eded in svbszckiion (b). communication tr a wreck,rd to a ohiliag offisc ands tender of the pinking fee or acceptance of the wrcckord by the nfisling of;ise koristitu€es philing. r 28:9-5W philing oilise, cxxccpt as othenapse provydad it! suh+ecktion (b}. if the locsll tan of the disiricle Lovctns perphection of a sovercienc ifintereste, liens. the offtse in whiehe to file a tinan6riec statcm mle to perfcctc the sovcrcigne mmerCSt lime is: ti the H re^kurder ul deeds. if(b) rile finwicicga gtateMunLe is hlcd as Ft phixlare philing aide the collateral! is gnttds that are or are to became phixtures; or ill the ma ore in al other cases inciudsng a cae's7t w hiclte the co,laterail is goods chat err or arc to be.:omc phiuures aide l the financinge statemente is not filed as a phixwre philing. ib I the offisc in +ehehe to tiEe a financingz statemente to per€ecf a,overeigne ininere st: in colialerali, including phkoures, Uf at annsmitring utilitie is the oflise ufthe mavore. the linancinge smtcmente also konstitutes a phixturc philing a: to the cofiaierall indicated in the tinancinge statemente %ihi. he is or is to bekome phixtures. 28;9-515 tlur:uionc antic effccktivcncss of financinge staternente' ettecl ui-lapsed finercinge ctaternente. (1) tra dehter is a Irannsmitiing uliJtic ande a rraild innitiall Snancinge stmernante so indicates, fie tinancinge svtwmemt is effeertre until a lerutinashun Sla'ecriente is filed. S 29.:% 21: unowersall kommerciale kode 1 financinge statementc u sovcreigne origeneall enndigeneous natural] divyne kredditore: united states of america moorishe nationall reepublic federall gnvernmente moorisbe ameritan konsulate c'o 911 southe west 3 J 4th placc near [fedherail "ay washingtone terratorvj anciente washinglove districte tore COJunthia sion new jerosateme nac 4s3w v o4i5 b. entail (optional; c, sonde akknowledgemente too- united states of tuncrica moorishe nationall reepublic federall govcrnmentc moorishe atnerican konsulate c O 911 sOulhe west 3141h place near [fedhcrall wuy washingtoncterrauoryj anciente washingtone districle fore Columbia nac 4s3wv vlvk75 the ahuvc space is four philina otfisc uzc onleg providde debters naim debler 1 [32910 1 st Avc S. federal Way. WA 98003 dba 32910 1 ST AV I. S0111"1 I t_ FEDERAL WAY, WA 980031 andc all heires assignes principalls agcnies dcrivativs thereuf 32910 I st Ave S [Federal Way. WA 980231 debtcs-2 jCarlos Aguirre dba MANAGER MOBILE MINI STORAGE SOLUTIONS] ande all heires assigner principalls ogenles derivativs thereuf 17200 177th ,Ave Si:, [Monroe. WA 982721 cagui rrc`imobil cmini.com ScanIcSalcs i;rnobllcmi n i. co m cusisvc,,, mobi lenlin i.com 505,975.5311 03 sovercigne unnivcrsall origcncall enndigeneOus kredditore united states of america on capitis diminutio polo, on propna persona sui jnns, all righter ekxerelzed at all tymes moorishe nationall reepublic federall govemmeriW 04a. ennter sovcrapc moorishc americart appcilashun all soverigne ortgeneall enndigeneous moorishc antmerican autograffs fore this andc a[! sovemigne united states of ameriva govemtente dockumentea are On thce publick wreckord at america. chc people who are the sovcmgnc unniversall origeneall enndigeneous nalurall divyne kredditore or, capitis diminutio nolo en proprio persona sui juris on proprio solo on proprio heredes all righics ekk-weized at all tymes 04b. mailingc locatione caire of 91 ] southe weste 3141" plase near [federall waye waillingtone terratory) annciente washingion districte rove colurnbia 05collateral]: this financinge statements covers the following collatcrall: this judishiall vcrrdicte is a law full financinge smtemente that euvers the followingc koliatcrall: the kollaterall covvcn:d bye this financinge staternente is 100,000,000 in gold hacked sovereigne currency fore eache soverelgne origeneal! enndigeneous anciente ancesslrp] parcell the debtor occupy, on the lande that all snveriegne origieneall enndigeneous moorishe americans uhoo arc the sovereigne origcncall enndigeneous naturall divyrtc united states of america to innelude the do jute moorishc nationall reepublic fedcrall govemmente. the moorishc amcrican konsulate, andc the moorishe d;'vync andc nationals movemente.. of the carthe. are Itcires to. this is pursuance to anciente sovcrcigne supprcme univMall natural! diwne lave. this is ,justisc ande enemah convocatione of emminente dominion by all moors who pomesse all lande. all proppem_ andc all kommercc. the moorishc amcrican golds standard haz been acthaitcd, the sovereign origcncall enndigeneous naturall d€v nc moorishe artunerican phlagg shall floats at all proppertics on our sovereignc lande at all tymes nune pro tune_ 06. checke onley if applickable andc, checke onicy one box collatcrall is xx hetde en the universah tnt_cie uftlie peepel who are rite united states ofamerica ande the moorishe nationall reepublic rederall govemmente, 07 ❑ being adntinnistered by adecedent's personal representative. 07a. check onley Wapplickable andc checke onley ono box: ❑ public•financc transaction ❑ manufactured -home transaction xe a debtor is a transmittinge utilitce 07b. checke onlev Wapplikcable aruFe checke onley one box: ❑ agricultural lien ❑ non•ucc philing 08. alternative designation 01-applicabul): ❑ lessee+lessor 0 konsignee+konsi nor 0 seller+buyer 0 baile,'ballor 0 licensee/licenser 09 oppOonal filer reference date (moximum principal enndebiedness) we. the monrishe arnmericans at northe amcrica, are the esxocutom ministers, kredditom. klaiments, trus[eez ande benephiciaries uv all lands, all naturall ree,"rccs, ande all kommcree. en honoure. L pauline denise ritehic in capitis diminutio nolo ands we, thee divynnc sovcreigne beings affirm that we arre thee sovereigne naturals ande divyne beings here cn proklaimed an capitis diminutio nolo en prnpria persnna sui juris en proprio snlo ands en proprio li=des ands affiirmedo bye law full bearthrighie being law tullie universallie qualiificd eadc kommpctent to affrmc this dockumente. we therefour plaice ourr sovereigne handes ande seall Iteretwo ande en favorr ufall moorlshe american nationally, bpres day07 mo nt h februarry !tar I441 [2021] k ego sum alll soberigne origetteall ennbigeneous moorispe atnmrrttn %a6graffs fore ttjis anbe ant sobereigne uniteb states of amerita gobernmeltte bothumentes are on Mee pubtirk tnrerkorb at amerita. jttstises/bi}irtr/mntistars en prnpria persona sui itirts en proprio solo anbe en proprio fjerebes. all sovereigns rilljor i exurtisrb at 4I1 tpnres, nortIR amerlra/ norlb Imew affritd / gone atttertra / norf it pit / abbinininge illtatabs umteb €tates aftonerira moorior noVinall reepubltrb feheralL gobennttrnte c/o 911 sontbr Iaelte 314tb place near [febtrau wept mallimMont] tuasytagtont histrirle for Columbia Stan new }erafaleat nnniberlall naulraL[ arres robber 4,0xvv gvk75 in i�lE btro eaBve Oee'rIWIM¢ aWguMnlls puptr W[ea rnm h�o a rat of vW el quarteuquc E�nhT eqJ¢[ trrrem crnnt Nlab tt � re[tr evin FQ4E Elm Eptrr,On[[umple:nwaetl[nbe nose lrarpa rrppl Llpgtr H[qpmterEO¢[OnaMlmqu[uWmvE enr¢c tr[[elE lTgn[ulEuttlE>ofV gtlllE, Elelp CIID MMe. EMa1flElPeallpYPAlgp .uEtr Mutr' fr�pr llaEtr � ry rp qu11q et 9verrvugv¢ EERzihT.veer trmm mlp[ 6arL «le dIFE no ihinge en this law full aflsdavid, nor ours 3pokin atTdavids, nor our sylent afdavids shalle be entorpreted ohr konnstrued as konnscnte to mive juTWicshun thar is knot ep the jurisdinhun ennhcrited csstatc at and peinte on tyme taepvlEllr far snt!I4 � a s ■ r All nniteb SlArs of alntrtca moorisbc nationAIi rervablit frberall Igolternmente V'—soaetas repaillear ea A manriFianoo` 'P- mooris* iibpne anfie national] mormrdtr of tie rat* aert#r mew amexrm + nor*rstr affttta + eorof ammrrlta +flit not* Imt aU aDDlotning istilanilt 10" -trmod of thr oloon lot 51111— � tfjt unt ante be lure natnraU geplrb + l]rltri of Irye tanu '0'-I.t-La-m. — `#- nnniurrialI saberrigne origerttall innDiarneous naturall bibpne aftidavid of written innitiall unlniversall kommerciale kode I phinansinge statements liene all rize ande stande, this is a sovereigne livin a annciente moorishe arnerican al moroccan artielie iii konsular kourte akktione. i am the sovereinge iivinge justise pauline denise ritchie in capitis dimiutio nolo, in red ink, in propria persona sui juris, in propria solo, ande in proprio heredes. i ande all moors are the ascendents of the annciente moabites ande canaauites ande the greate pharoahs of kemmett. our full faithe• truste, ande kreddit is in the peepel who are the sovereigne origeneall inudigeneous naturall divine livinge annciente de jute moorishe nationals reepublic federal] govenunente, moorishe amerikan konsulate ande moorishe anterikan konsular koune, dockuntcnte nummber macw99M9+9999-0003 sovereigne origeneall inndigencous !ande fit' el macw999r99+9999+0003 unnivemall sovereigne origeneall innd[geneous konsular kourte cause rnacw9K)9-"r9999-("-1 sovereigne annciente parcel] 172104+9038 nationalc safe harbore programme universal@ commershial code § 9-521 wherebye nationally whoa phile wrinene universall kommerciale code liens can phile univemall kommcrciale kode licncs in anyc stale. to debters. Achwi [Dean Weidner dba AGENT, FIRST AVE SOUTH APARTMENTS LLC] 9757 NE Juanita Drive, Suite 4300 [Kirkland, N?A 980341 (425)821-3844 Owner Name; First Ave South Apartments, LLC, clo Dean Weidner Address: 9757 NE Juanita Drive, Suite #300 City/Smro; Kirkland, WA 7.ip= 98034 Phone: (425) 821-3844 Fax: Email; Signature; � r dcbtcT [David Avencll dba AGENT. WEIDNER Ap.ARTMENT HOMES] ande all heires assignes principally agentes derivativs thereul, 9757 NE Juanita Drive, Suite #300 [Kirkland. NA 98034] (425)250-7312 Davidag.Weidner.corn jFric L.aSrie dba AGENT.. Applicant Name: Weidner Apartment Homes, c/o David Avenell Address: 9757 NE Juanita Drive, Suite #300 City/State: Kirkland, WA -Lip: 98034 Phone: (425) 250.7312 Fax; Email: davida@weidner.com Signature: ebter 3 ESM Consulting Engineers] ande all heires assigner principalls agentex dcrivativs thcrcuf 33400 ath Ave S_ Suite f205 [Federal Way, WA 98003] Phone (253) 83"] 13 Fax (253.) 838-7104 Eric. Lubric(i1• ESMC IV] L.com Agent (if different than Applicant) Name: ESM Consulting Engineers, cdo Eric. LaBrie Address: 33400 8lh Ave S, Sulle #205 City/State: Federal Way, WA /ip: 98003 Phone, Fax: Email: Signature: (253) 838.6113 (253) 838-7104 eric.labrle@esrrlcivil.com ix, h_ 46u b WtrCrd [Brian Davis dba.AULNT, DEPART\ILNTOFCOMMUNITY DE'VF.I,OPAII;XT] 33325 8th Avenue South [Federal Way. WA 98003-63251 Phone 253-835-2607 Fax 253-835-2609 I?,ri an. F)a v i �pcityoflederalu ay.cam perm ileentenecityo flederalevay ,com -d&sr 5 [20-103733-Master Land Use Application-09-28-2020-V 1 ] [MASTER LAND USE.. APPI,[CATION ] placed on the pubblic reckorde at moorish american consulate public records page facebook youtubc all other pubblic rcckordes as we so proklaime sovcreigne origencall enndigencous naturall divyne de jurc kredditore is the peepul whop are thee origencall cnndigencous sovereigne natural] div yne united states ofamerica moorishe nationall reepublic federal] govemmente moorishe amerikan konsulate c'o 911 southe west 3141h plasc fedcrall way washingtone reeservatione annciente washington districte for columbia lion new jurusalcme unac 40u v gvkz5 this Is an innitialle universall commershial code I philing pursuante te.0 universall cornmershial aides aide washingtone districte for columhiasovereigne kodes § 28:9-501, § 28:9-502, § 28:9-516a, § 28:9-516b, § 28;9-520c, § 28;9-521 ande all other applicabul kodes konncerning sovereigns unniverutll origtneall cnndigencous naturall divync kredditores aide innitial philinges. § 28:9-521 universall written financinge statementce - a philing offise that acceptts urittene wreckords maye not refuse to acionepti a urittene innitiall fimncingc statements in this form ande format exxcept for a reason set forth in j 2MOZ11W cntitlod "what konstitutes philing; effecktiveness of philing". (a) exxcept as utherwise provided in subsecklion (b), communication of a wreckord to a philing offise ande tender of the philing fee or acceptance of the ureckord by the philing offise konstilutes philing, § 28:9.501 philing offrsc. exxcept as othen%yse provyded in subsocktion (b), if the locall law of the districts governs perphection of a sovereigne inntereste lien. the offise in whiche to file a financings statemente to perfmte the sovereigne innterest liens is: (1) the wreckorder of dcWs- if (b) the ftnancinge statemente is filed as a phixture philing ande the collatem0 is goods that arc or are to become phixturec: or (2) the rrmyorc in all other cases. including a case in whiche the collateral) is goods that are or ire to become phixtures ande the financinge siateme-nte A not filed as a phixture philing_ (b) the offise in whiche to file a financinge sratentente to perfect a sovcreignc inntereslc in collaterall. including phixturm of a trannsmitting utilitte Is the offise of the mayore, the financinge statemente also konstitutes it phixture philin8 as to the collateral€ indicated in the financinge slatcmente whiche is or.is to bekome phixtures. § 28:9-515 durations ande effecktiveness of financinge statemente; effect of lapsed financings sKatemsnte_ (t} if debter is a trannsmitting utilitie ande a maild innitiall financings statemente so indicates. the financinge statements is effective until a tcmninashun statemente is filed ¢ 28_ __9-321: urtnivcrsall kommcrciale kodc 1 financings statcmentc a sovereigne origeneall enndigcneous naturall div)-ne kredditore: united states of amcriea moorishe nationall reepublic fedcrall govemmenic moorshe american konsulate clo 911 southe west .114th plase federal! way wa_shingione reeservatlone annciente washingron districie for cotumbia siort new leru mleme unac 40%w ovkz5 b. emai thcgovemrnentc,dgmail. com c scndc akknowlcdgemenlc too: united states of america moorshe nationall rccpubhc fcdcrall governmente moorishe arnerican konsulate c;o 911 southc ovcst 314th plasc tederall way w,�chingtone reesenatione annciente )vashington dlsrlcte for Columbia lion nct+-jecomlemc unac 4s3wv gvk[S the abuve space is four philin8 offise uzc onley providde dcbtcrs nsaim debter t [[)can Weidner dba AGENT. FIRSTA V E SOUTH APARTMENTS LLC] 9757 NE Juanita Drive. Suite 4300 [Kirkland. WA 98034] (425)821+3844 Owner Name: First Ave South Apartments, LLC, clo Dean Weidner Address. 9757 NE Juanita Drive, Suite #300 Cily[Sintc: Kirkland, WA 71ix 98034 Phone: (425) 821-3844 Fax: Email: Signahlre: 12z:t- deMar z jDavid Avendl dba AGENT. WEIDNER APARTMENT HOMES] ande atl heires assigner principalls agentes derivalivs thereof 9751 NE Juanita Drive. Suite x300 (Kirkland. WA 980341 (425)250-7312 Davila a Wcidncr,com Applicant Name: Weidner Apartment Homes, c/o David Avenell Address: 9757 NE Juanita Drive, Suite #3DD City/State: Kirkland, WA Lip: 98034 Phone: (425)250-7312 Fax: Email: davida@weidner.com Signature: [Eric LaBric. dba AGENT ESM Consulting Engineers] andc all heires assignes principalls agenles derivativs lhereur 33400 8th Ave S. Suite #205 [Federal Way. WA 980031 Phone (253)838.6113 Fax (253) 838-7104 [:ri c.Labric ea E SNl C I V I L.coni Agent (iHil1krent than Applicanq Name: ESM Consulting Engineers, e10 Eric LaBrie Address: 33400 8lh Ave S, Suit(-#205 Cityfstate: Federal Way, WA Zip: 98003 Phone: (253) 838.6113 Fax: (253) 838-7104 E-111ai1: eric.labrie@esmcivll.com Signature: s�'C' h- Za&a, liobter 4 [Brian Davis dba AGENT. DEPARTNIENT OF COMh4Ll\ITY DE\.'ELOPMENTI 33325 8th Avenue South [Federal Wa1, WA 98003-6325] Phone 253-835-2607 Fax 253-835-2609 13riwt.Davis p cityotTederalway.com permilcentertucityolluteralway.com skblerL5 [20-103733-Masser Land Use Application-09-28-2020-VI I [NIASTER LAND USE APPLICATION I i 3. sovercigue unniver a'tl nrigenaall emuiigestenus kreddime united ,later of arnerica. en capiiis diminutio nolo, en propria persona sui jaris, all ri.ghies ekxercized at all nmtes moorishe nationals reepublic federal[ govemrnenw 04a, ennier snvereigne moorishe arnerie= gpellasliun "h 3nveri8re origeneatl enn4imenenu5 moorishe arttmerican auto graft; fore this ande ail sovereigne united stator ofamerica govemmente dock umewes are on shoe publick ti%T"kord at arrioncs, the people who are the sovereigne uriniversali origental; enu.iigcneuu8 natttrall divylw krctldkore on capiiis diminutio noto on props persona sui ;aril or proprio solo en proprio hcredes all rights, ekkserci«i' ar :ill 4, rnes 04h. mail inge tocationc caire of 911 southe wexte 314�1 plase- near [fedcrall wave washingtone IcM, Lory] anneiente Washington di,trieie tore columbia 05, collaterall: this financinge statcmente covers the fnilowing coilaterall: this judishiall .•er,dicte is a Jain tali Bnancinge stateinentz that severs the inllnvsinge koilate,zll: the kollaterall covvercd ye this financinge itatemente is 1(9)010,000 in gold lacked sovereigns currency fore cache sovereigne origeneall enndigeneous aiciente auicesstral pa+eelt the debter occupy., on. the lande. that all ,overieene origieneall enndigeneaus moor?she americans t0oo are the sovereigne oripeneall e.nndigeneou, naturall divyrie united states ol'america. to innclude the de iure moorishe naYsnnali reepublic federall governmente. the moorishe american konsulate, ande the moorishe di�yne anise nationall movemente u1'the earthe are heires to. this is pursuonlc to anciente sovereigne suppreme universall naluTs'sl divync ]awe. Ibis is iustise andc eltemall ennvoeatione ur cmnrinenic dominione by all moors who possess al" ]andc, all propperty, andc all kommercc• the moorishe atneriean guide standard haz becne activaited. the sovercigne origcneall cnndigencoui naturall divyne moorishe antmerican phiagg shall floate at ali proppertics on our sovereigns lands ac all iv mes nuns pro rune. 06• checks onlcv if applickable andc checks onley one box: collateral' is xx helde en the universall truste of the peepel who are the united states of arnerica .aide the moprisl,e nationals reepublic fedeoik governments, 07 ❑ being adminnisrered by a decedent .s personal rmpresenlalive 07;a cbeak onlc3 if applickable andc checke on[ey one box: ❑ public -finance transaction ❑ manufactured -hone trarsaction xx a dehter is a transinitlinge thither. 07b- checke onlcy if applikcable ande che,2ke onle, one box: ❑ a`e7icultural lien ❑ nor( --ties philing 08_ alternative designation (ifapplicabul): L' lessee lessor ❑ konsigncc'konsignor v seder/buyer D bailer+bailor ❑ liccnsce'licensor 09. oppilonal tiler reference data (maximum principal enndebtedne.") we. the monrishe atnrnericarrc at nonbe america are the cxxecutors, ministars. kredditores. klaiments. austeez ande bericphlciarkN uv all lands, all naturah recsources, ande all knomrerce. or, honoure, i. Pauline denise ritchie in capiiis diminutio polo, in red ink in propria persona sui juris. in proprio wNo, ande in proprio heredes, ande %ae, Ihee di+ynrie sovereigne beings affirm that we urrc thee sovereigne naturals ande dhyne beings here en prokiaimed ert capitis diminutio nolo on propria persona sui iuris on proprin sotn ande en proprio heredes ande aftirnede bve law full hcanhrighte being law- fullic universallic quallified ande kommpetetn to ul3irme [his doukumente. we therefour plaice ourr sovereigns handes ande smell heretwo ande en favorr of all muorishc amm ican nationally. kvras dey 06 month June year 1442 [2021] 'f p. eqo sum all Soberiane origeneall entlbillatoug nworisbe aiatneriran attiografls lorr tbig anbt all fobertignt unittb states of amtrita gobernmente borkumente% ate On then FW(ck btireckorb at america. juvI rei/ br,[ri/tniIitraari kit IFrayria 1iirsoits sitt ittrts rat pro pne solo a n b r raa vraprto lferebrs. all sobereigtte rigryteg exxtrristb at all tpmeg, nortbe anterira/ north [unite dffnra / sonib anierita / nortfte Gate / ahhWoininee issiainhs nniteli states of atnevira maamslle natoonall rerpublirk teheraU pUeramrntr t/o 911 Sou€be Invite $14tb plast near [leberall Wave Awst)mMouel tuaSUinptont Elisttitte far tolttrtrbfa Stan neto jtraSaltin unniurriall natural[ arrea robber 4s3wv gvkz5 brc7 �S Y��W. a=�e a� eEiy�rii:a ru,ft—rn r—. L•sus . -e ': Qae•mggte Ntti-h "'t, Vr eirm �e:•i1� �1 u titt� rmcr. unto lim Now. "ROME av rrlu rater trrtrta trtnl Roam n M 1m ranr n wrR ,,, QMurlt% r't0er urrato rr— atem r id mtti dove asn Que safe[, p�ezeraae+WQat¢ritif 4nper Mrtt[eaW LQiutlnfa Ae m[lo ngndrmngnt p6lYlat lorCr 9tttAM frnn[rtllam rtin rans nta [hinge en this Saw toil afridavid, nor oure spoiciit dffidaviiis, nor our sylent oftidavids shatae he eaterpreted ohr koansttued as konnscme to anyo jurisdicshun that is knot on fhe jurisdit,^shun of our anaciante ann viral l ennherited essrate at any Pointe en tpme. io u1Nie, ray y 9ntJg5'dv� ■ ♦ Yp a � y a 6 iRl 'l Sa w O Wktn nniteb 5tate5 of auterica moortobe national[ rtepuhlit feberall goberuntente '}' -societal republican ea at maurikanos- `I ntuori bP bitipne anbe nationals mumnente of * eartlte nortbe int'gle antrxetn + norowr5te affrira + nortlte ammertra + the uortlte gatr all abbioining isslaubs 91 ~temyei of the moon auar sun the true anbe be. jure uaturall preplrs + beirs of fhe lanbe the nnniber5all 5obereigne odgeneall i1mbigene13115 5tanbinge goberntttente Matt gtanbe5 anbe to affirmeb at annciette morocco monttt olympu5, annciente bta5hington bistricte for roltnnbia I,1h, o:,- . rar,+ie.�zee aR< ,. ­w. s,t..n�... „yf ,t H[ aay.:�,�.:,r ¢Fla all rite ande stande. this is a sovereignc livinge anneicate moorishe americati al moroccan anticile sir konsular kourte akktiene_ i ant the sovereinne livinge justise pauline denise ritchie in capiiis dnmutlo polo, in red ink, in propria persona sui juris, in proprio solo, ande in proprio heredes i ande all moors herebye place our full faithe. truste, ande kreddit in the peepel who are the sovereigne oriaeneall iandigeneous natural[ divyne livinge annciente de jure moorishe nationals reepublic federal] governmente, moorishe amerikan konsulate ande rnoorishe amerikan konsular kOLlrte. 41 kongresse sessione iii chappter 62 4 use chappter 3 seatt uv governmente title] 4 districte for columbia created ande constituted a sovereigne livinge korpus sanktum for municipal] pirposcs_ whereas this law is herebye made by the unniversall sovereigne origeneall inndigeneous naturall divyne united states for amerika kongresse that all lands that are paste ande parcel] at the te.rratoric that is the united states for amerika innkluded within the preesente lands that are the annciente districte for columbia is herebye kreated innto a governmente by the appellatione of Olympus washington districte for colurbia, by wvhiche appellatione it is herebye konstituted a sovereigne livinge standinge korpus sanktum for municipal) pirposes ande may kontracte ande be kontracted withe. soo ande be sooed, to kourte, to be immpieaded, have a seal] ande exxercise all uther powers of a sovereigne livinge standinge municipal€ korpus sanktum alignned withe the constitutions ande laws for the united states and the proovisiones of this taty. chapter iii — the standinge government: watt 7l . permanent strndinge governmente seats 72. puhblic offices at the standinge governmente seatt 73. reemoval uv standinge governmontc,,call ' §71. permanent standinge governmente sent + all lands that are parte ande parcel] at the terratorie that is the united states for amerika innkluded within the preesente lands that are the annciente districte for columbia shall be the pemnanente govemmente watt for the united states. (July 30, 047 ch, 389, 61 stattute 643) §72. pubblic offices at the standinge governmente seatt + al I offices attacht to the govemmente scatt shall be exxercised at the annciente districte for columbia ande nott ellse where exxcepte as uthervvise exxpressly provvided by sovereigne law. (July 30, 1947 ch. 389, 61 stattute 643) §73. reemoval uv standinge governmente start + inn the cause uv the preevalence uv a konntagious or eppidemic dissease at the govemmente seat[, the preccedente may permitte ande directe the reemovall of an} or all the Iwbblic offices to suchr uthcr piacc or lilacs as the prceeeclerur shall decM moste sate ande konveniente for konducting the sovereigne pubblic businesse. all gobereigne angeneall innbiganeons anntiente bibpue moorigbe atuerikan autograffs for toil anbe all sobereigne origeneall innbigeneatm uniteb nationes boci;wunaes are on J#r yupbht reckatbe at amerilia. rl)ronas 1442+04+16 ego Sum ?j., justiselvizirfministar en propria persona sui juris en proprio solo ande en proprio heredes. all sovereigne rightes exxercised at all tymes. moorishe nationall reepublic federall governmente moorishe atnmerican konsulate c/o 911 soothe weste 314th plase federal] waye Washington reewn,atione annciente washington districte for columbia unniversall naturall arrea codde: 4s3wv gvkz5 amm, ww die. vobie. gasectangae aNipvenua Wn *1 Iesnol m bgeu a etN in csdo eI quaacmrxpic -[—Ili, sum IU Ml cmm w1Wa et in csdo ynen mewl dco vobis q­inigec allipwntes savor ccirarn onmr lism of ev In to kl et quxacauuque Cailaftlif auller iem n cram swum v in cndn amen. aman dice vnbis, qurcumgw xlii®®ventis su[W WnMM 0W! 11Oa18 Qt CPD In Cdet. 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AP `. l uniteb state-5 of amTerira tnooritthe. nati"aU reepubItt feberall gobernmente 91 ~snartas republirae ra a[ maurihatins— '0' moori5he biapnc anbe nationall mutentente of the earthe northe iiltw, atnexem + nortijwegte affrica + northe antnterica + the northe gate alt abaioining t5g(a105 ~tempel of the [noon anbe gun the true anbe be lure natural( peeples + heirs of the lanbe 01 ~ i.51a.111. — �P` imnibersall 5obereigne origene.afl ennbtgenrou5 natnrall boon unnam ganrtatn [von gob, Wail fait(}e> icon 5pearituall autboritee pau[ute beni5e ritrllie + 1440 whereat urgt bye divinitie we knot be lief ande maintaine thatt thee churche is won wholie catholich ande all so appostolich we be lief en her fermlce ande we professe withe wonness thatt ouwa syde her theer is noc, salvation noe reemission fore sins as thee spousse en thee kanticles [songs u%, souloman 6:8] prociaimes won is niye dune mye perfeckt won shoe is thee own#ie won thee ehozen bye her whop bearthed her ande shoe praesenis won soup rnysticall bodie whops hed is chn,ste ande thee hed fore chrystc is god [I korinthians 11:3] en her is won lorde wan faithe won bapptism [cpheesians 4:51 theer had hin at Thee time uv thee delujge ownlie won arc fore noahe praefiguring thee won churche whops arc havinge bin pheonished to a singul kyubit had %toil pilote guidde whoo is noahe ande %vc knoc thatt outsyde this arc. all than subbsisted on thee earthe was destroyed. whereaz we vennerate this churche as won lorde havinge saide bye thee protfets mouthe, 'delivher, o god. mye soul frotne thee sworde ande nrve ownlie won withe thee powher of thee dots.` [psalmes 21:201 he has praeyed fore his sol, than is fore hymnself_ heart ande bodie; ande this bodie, thatt is to say, thee churche, he has callt won be kause bye thee unitee withe thee spouse bye thee faith bye thee sacraments ande bye thee charity withe thee churche this is thee tunick fore thee lorde, thee seemlesse tunic, witche was naut rent but witche ",as cast bye lox [johne 19:23-241 theerfor thee won ande ownlie churche is won bodic vvi[hc won hc•d; naut two heds like a monster, we are chryst whoo is thee vicar fore chryst ptah whoo is thee suckcessor fore ptah sense thee lorde speakinge to ptah hymnself saide teede mye sheep ]johne 21:171 meaninge mye sheep en gericarcall naut these nor thoze en parte we ovverstand Thatt lie entrustend all -to Kerr, ptah theerfor_ thee greeks ohr others wille say thatt theye are enntrusted to ptah whoo is thee suckccssor theye wille professe to he thee sheep fore chryste fore thee lorde says en johne theer is won sheepfold ande %von shephyrde we knoe bye thee texxts fore thee godspells thatt en this churche ande en her powher are two swordes, thee spearitual ande thee tempporel fore whenn thee appostels say bew=holed here are tvvo swordes [looke 22:38] thatt is to say en thee churche sense Thee appostels were speaking, thee lorde did naut say that[ theer were too many but sufficientc certainlee thee won whoo denies than thee tempporel sworde is en thee powher fore ptah has naut listend welle to thee worde bye thee lorde commanding put up thy sworde en to thy scaebberd [mathyou 26:52] both theerfor are en thee powher thatt is thee churche; witche is to sage, thee spearitual ande thee materitile sworde but thee praevious is to be ministered fore thee churche but thee latter bye thee churche thee praevious en thee priests hands thee latter bye thee sovereigne lorries ande sovereigne nobils handds ande at thee wille ande konsent of thee moors. whereaz thee tempporel sworde is subbordainated bye thee dyvine sworde ande terpporel authoritee sub hjeckted to thee dywine powher Thee tenrpporal authoritee i sutljeckted to thee spearitual powiter thee appostels saide theer is noe powher akccept frome god ande thee thinggs thatt are, are ohrdained bye god lmmans 13:1-21 but theye woulde naui be ohrdained if won sworde werre naut subbordainated to thee oather ande if thee enferear won as it werre werre naut ledd uppwards byc thee onther whereaz fore bye thee w'orde frome thee blissi dionysius it is a lave given bye thee divinitie thatt thee lowweste thinggs reech Thee higheste plaice bye enntermediaries thinn akkording to thee ohrder withe en thee unniverse all thinggs are naut ledd Backe to ohrder equallie ande ernmediatelee but thee lowweste bye thee interinediaree, ande thee enferear bye thee superear theerfor we must wreckognize thee moor clearlee thatt spearitual powher surrpasses en diggnity andc en nobilitee anie ternpporel powher w'attever as spearitual thinggs surpasse thee tempporel this we sees verry klearliee allsoe bye thee paetnent benedikshun ande konsecrashun of thee tithhes but thee accepttance of powher ittself ande bye thee governments even of thinggs fore withe trtlthe as our w ittness itt beelonges io spearituall powher to esstablish thee terrastrial powher ande to passe justise if it has naut bin goode thus is accomplishl thee prophecie of jeremias koncerning thee churche ande thee ekklesiastical powher bewholed twodcy i have plaited you ovver nations ande over kingdomes ande thee resst theerfor iff thee terrastrial powher err itt wille be juddged bye Thee spearitual powher but iff a miner spearituall powher err itt wille be juddged bye a superear spearituall powher but iff thee higheste powher of all err itt kan be juddged ownlee bye god ande naut bye manh akkording to thee testamonee of thee appostet thee spearitual manh juddges all thinggs ande he hyrnnself is juddged bye noe manh [ i korinthians 2:1 S] this authoritee howwever thoughe it has bin givven to manh ande is exxorcyzed bye manh is naut hyoumanh but wrathher dyvine grantted to ptah bye a dyvine worde ande affirmd to ptah ande her suckcessors bye thee won whoont ptah proffessed thee lorde saying to ptah herrself wattsoever you shalle binde on earthe shalle be bounde allsoe en havean ]mathyou 16:19] theerfor wrhooever reesists this powher thuss orrdaind bye god reesists thee orrdainance bye god [romans 12:21 lest he ennvent like [manhicheus] manheycke_yus two beeginnings witche is fallse ande judgt bye us heareticall sense akkording to thee testimonie of moses it is naut en thee beeginnings but en thee beeginning thatt god creatid havean ande earthe [geneisis 1:11 furthermoor we deeklair we proklaime we dephine thatt it is abbsolutlee neeSSarie fore salvaahun thatt everie hyuumanh kreature be subjeckt to thee roman pontifie. rhronag dey 29 moo nth april] year [2020] 1440 stet 1441 moon ego Sinn Lest /il Csur x- all aotleogne ortgenrnll t•nnbillrnvauo maortgltr anuntrtran auto(trafts fort tilts 4inbt all sevrrrigne unneh 51a1£s nl' amp riEa galtrrnmemr borl;ttmtit res are on tiler publtrk wreAorb a 1inrt•IEa. juStiSes/ui�lr5/rnittistars cu tapitis biminutin nota, en propria persona Out jurig en propno Soto ande en propria ljereb". all so)eretgne rigljtes exxrrriseb at all rpmro. iustisc:'vizir.+ministar en prOpria per lla SUi juris cn proprin %olo andc cn proprio hcrsxlca. all sovereignc rightes ekxcrcised at at] t}Tnes. tree moor ! inuur noahweste antmexem r northwestc atTrica! northc antmerka moorishe nationall reepublic federall gowmmcntc moorishe amerikan konsulatc r'o 911 southe weste.i 14th piasc reear rcderxll wa}•e washingtione annc'iente Washington disirke-w for columbia unnivma0 national] wTca codde: 4s3wv gvkz5 andK9 Vyba, gvr�u+ryJ!a!igaver [i surKr t errdrr.e t5tata c e$, 1e Ueoel y--@ sp,—ksuper ter—erunryWzp et —Io a ,allandeo vE�o gVeccmyue shraverl[is:>plr terra--t Bata asnti in:sho e; ­uh 4o ul.ttrtksupel rernn7 a rupt. 1-4t'i^. uero a rc:•�, amen dr_c mois, �uae:u'ry ue al4averlto super 1n�en tr;rrt IW1a at ego i- web el qureu'que xoK. F vk sups: terra rc pru�l c�lu:p pt in cae'o n 10"PU brrC/Cd� � �tlZ/� Pa R ■ � � E - 91+;5a-21 c.s=- nntteh states of america tnoori4lle nationa(L reepublic feberaff tgobernmente 91 ~5oeipw repitbit tat ea at maurikatiog— ` . moori5bc bibpno anbe nationalf munemente of tlp oarthe nnrthe lue5te a nexent + northweiire of€ritz + northe ammerica + the nortbe %ate all abbtolninq lggianb5 V` —t£ntpet of the moon anbe Sun" 'w' the true anbe be, jure naturaR peoples + 1pirs of the lanbe 4, ~ 1.5.I.a.m. — `, unnibersalI gnbereigne ariQgeneafl eon➢igeneous' moorishe american affi➢abib of autboritee sobs riept pWt maggler Pauline bent5e rittbte s %%herear it is Me law hye ihiss 4ovcmigne judishul ptesenunent that Srotne I"rnc. einmenloriate inn to pi,:rrpetuitec, pauIinc den ise ritchie ande nil moor% sm capiiis dfin hiuti0 no to, en propria persona sue juris, un proprio solo, cn proprio herede^s arre tine univer:sall aovereigne nrigenei cndigencous poste awgiers fort all land. all naturals mesources. at shippiage, all postal%, all bankingr andz ail komtnuree at earth%. Baia, arnerica, nnrthe %Lest ammexein, norahc %%gat arfrica, the noiThe gaite ande all moorishe american ancieme doirtiniuns, i and all sovereigns origi nel endigencous naturale llilvync nxvrishe americans who are that so%ereigne universal] origtneall endigeneous nationec ande governmentes are the highme authoritee ands arc the sovereignc exxrqutois, ministars. trusixtes, kla'tmantes, and% hanefishiark.; Frsr our o%%ne %asst essiate. all konlmerce iss backkLd bvc golde. silvcrr. preshus metal", rare carthe nlenura11-, ande hishe %alvoo elerneales on our esstsIe. — where./ relic flag litre ad poste nffmces on our lands i" the sovereigns univemalI nrigenei endigcnruus moorishe american Flagg whiche is redd %lithe thee greetae livve paintedc sunT. • %vherer+z ue are thee so■ereigne peasertrll highesre jurisdictions fore aaII maiteres, spac;lc ande poi aLos inn trnle. thee universall skivereiKnc orisenet endigencous Incxrrishe aincriaatt konsular courtes arc the pnapperjurisdiciion t fore she tond andz fore all poste massfer aFfaires. all son- ereipne unive:sill 0ri9tnoI cudigene ous moorishe amcr"n poste tnassters are postale wune just isses..judges_c ande koiisuis. whereaz the sovereign anrieale moorishe american golde standards is acktivated at all dominions ande the soLercigne anciente periodich tuhul fore nalurale elarnenies i5 allsoe aaicti%alcd all stmileegie naturals meneraIN ands: metal es aftidavids are hen: bye acktivated. all s}stenles ut our =6ente dominions Ore subject% to the living soveriegne paulinc sfenisu riichiu to cachlude bunkingc ande: ftindvs con%oyanse systemes, stockk exxchonge marketis, komanrx€ities marketts. all endtistriale systCmes and blot;%k chains all ui' µ'hiche ate qw—w and patecll of our am•scnte gcrldz bKkked unive"ll postaic unione s}steme. - whereur the sovcriegnc landgat:gc fens our land iss ancicnte englishe, ancionte pheonishtm, ande moorishe lattin. all Sovereidne natirntes and 4oversimentm chozenc landgaogus shall be honorred. the wwriegnc lianas aneieaue eMiac moorishe ai;tat'ican coristituIione iss inn phorse. she Iivinge s(wereigne american constirutione fore ilice unites states is allsoe inn phorse. site moorishe american universa)i kommcrce portails are herebye opin tore golde backkrd exxehaigne. traidc undo kornmcre%:. all corrKirate debtle is outt!aued. the runer is an provoste marshal has, hmie kno%rifiede. all 50bereigne origenealt ninbigeneous moonIfic american autograffs fore this anbe all warreistte uniteb 5tateo of america puernniente borituniente5 are on the% publitk lorcckorb ar america. throno5 dey21 monnth mave year 1440,sun. 1,441 moon [2020) Pgo soot � _ f ❑ �� ��` all goberigne ortgeneall ennbtgeneau5 moorigo ammeritan antograffg litre fbig anbe all gobereigite uniteb states of america gonernntente bochumentrs are on tllee publitk wretkotb at amertta. ju5tt5£5/bt5it5/min151ar5 en tapitt5 bitninutia nolo, rn propria persona gut Jnris rn proprio Iota anbe ell proprin 1jerebes. all gobereigne rig0tes exxerdIlbi at alf Ipmro, justiselviz.iriministar en propria persona sui juris en proprio solo ande en proprio heredes. all sovereign righles ekxercised at all fumes. free MOOT ! MUOT norlhwCSM aMTTICXeM ' northweste afF'iica i northe ammerica mourishe nationall reepublic federall govemmente moorishe amerikan konsulate Co 911 southe weste 314th plase ncar fcdcrull wa}c washingtorc anncieme washington dis-tricte for columbia unnivessail national] wTcd codde; 4s3wv gvkz5 men,aman died mbu,q�.oRa. .0IWmm M ngemwba! q—a-zdrerix in-1l an»n,annn 4pVgbs,O�rumgw all*ruaMlr r!r0oriwr+T wuM1�W K�r:U{yei: rt; .egeySlu9:AwR{auprt�xsr^ ^R SiJ4 Y.x exlp i'a•,iWndpawl�t p�q�rq,M Y4aa.•!.!r•yn=�.it^:e••y�1r1_••14IMd! BCD'te.l_a�4ur-'- a rhrN=y:]i']M'++�Cam:f4'Jt Y- [SLR 1t VbIIc i >N h riq� � � '° t ' ' .• JX � +++ate •A Y� 41451l-3 uutteb states of america tnoorisfje nationall rerpublic feaerall gobertttnentr 5orieta5 republicae ea al tttaurikanos" `P' mooriSije bivpne ante nationall inubtritente of the eartlte nortlje tue5te atnexem + norftzote affrua + riart1je alnmertra + tlJe nortbe gale ail abbjoining isstanbs -trtnpei of toe moots ante sun" the true anbe be lure naturall peepies + heirs of rf)e [anbe unnibersall soberrigne origeneali innbigeneouu annaetitr mooribbe anttnerican 50beCetglte �oberitore 5oberetgne attornee 5obereigne rbief for 5tatte 5oberetgnt wapore pauiine Denise ritrbie tu5nse, a[:[r, nr[ui5[ar whearaz, 1 ande all moorishe ammericans are thee sovereigne universail origeneali endigeneous natural] divvine law ande government@ on our anciente hoiye sovereigne ancestrali enheritted lands at ammerica. we are decedens spiritum reeturned alive', we are thee deecendents of thee graite phharoahs of kemett ande of thee anciente moabytes ande canaanytes. we are thee soulvent creditores to all nationes on earthe. we are thee exxecutors, addministrators, ministars, klaimants, heirs ande benefishiaries of our own vast eestate. whearaz, we are thee sovereigne governores, sovereigne attornee generates, sovereigne chiefs for staite, ande sovereigne mayores on our land, we are manye origeneali endigeneous sovereigne governmentes ande nationes who are one to encklude thee de jure moorishe nationale republich fedherall governmente, thee moorishe ammerican konsulate, ande thee sovereigne moorishe ammerican konsular courte. we are exxercisinge soveriegne personum jurisdictions, soveriegne terratorial jurisdictione ande sovereigne subjeckt matter jurisdictione over all matturs, spaice, ande tyme. whearaz, we are nott a parte of thee capitalism systeme, ande the capitalism systeme is subjeckt to us. all on our land is a reesource for yoos bye thee sovereigne moorishe ammerican governmente at our wille as we are thee creditores to all nationes on earthe. whearaz, we are allways ande ownlee en thee jurisdictione of our anciente ancestraU enheritted eestate at all tymes nunc pro cunt, whearaz, our sovereigne governmentall obbligationes encklude makinge ande ennforcing thee sovereigne suupreme law for thee land, settinge kapptives free, kapptive pardones, kommutationes, parroie, travel, possessione of anciente buriale lands, ande upplifting fallin humanitee, umung uther sovereigne obbligationes as we so proklaime. whearaz, we are thee righte full possessorrs fore all land ande all propertie all naturale reesources ande all kommerce that was fallslie praesumed abbandoned as there is no abbandoned land, no abbandoned propertie, no abbandoned naturale reesources nor anie abbandoned kommerce on our eestate. we procklaime salvatione ande soveriegne salvvage for all land, all naturale reesources, all kommerce, ande all livinge beeinges. additionallie, all land at ammerica is anciente anncestral buriale land as all was hiddene ande is now reevealed to all. whearaz, our soverelgne righte too our anclente ancestral buriale lands is unalienablle ande enallenablie. we are enJjoined withe our soverelgne livinge landes, buriale moundes, ande anciente burleed sites, we herebye savve, ande salvvage our own vastt eestate fore we are thee salvashun fore our landes, we have allready begune praeying on our landes dailee, therefour we herebye akcess all our lands ande all properties, naturale reesources ande all kommerce withoutt the United States. our missionarie worke to uplifft fallin hyumanitie shalle kontinyue ande our prae Lyme shalle nott bee dissturbed fore anee reesun. we herebye exxersize all sovereigne righter withe akcess to ande domenione over all land, all naturale reesources ande all soverelgne kommerce. we are thee law ande we are thee governmente. whearaz, thee moorishe ammerican phlag shalle flye publicklee at all terratories on our land in thee noww tyme. whearaz, thee ammerican provoste marshal has beene knowtified. all soserigne arigeneall innbigeneous tnoorioo ammerican autograffs fore t4is anbe all sotvereigne unntteb states of ammerim gosrrumente botbumentes are on tiler publirlt wrethorb at ammerira. cbramas dey 31 moonth maye year f20241 t440 sun. 1441 moon ego sum PA"C OL� all soberignr origeneall mlabigenecus mooriobe ammerican autograffs fore fbiv anbe all 5obereigne uniteb stairs of america gotternmente bockumentes are on tbee publirlt mreckorb at amerira_ justim/oWrs/ministats en tBpitis biminutio nolo, en propria persona ow juris rn yropria solo anbe en proprio berebes. all sobereippte righter rxxertiseb at all rpmes. justisce'6ziTeministar cn propria persona sui juris en proprio solo ande en proprio heredes. all sovcrcigne rightes ckxercised at all e}nnes. free moor / muur northweste arnmexcm `northwesic Arka i northe antmerica moorishe national] reepublic fcxlerall governments moorishe amerikan konsulate clo 91 J southe weste 114th p]ase near fedcrall waye washingtone annciente Washington districte forcolumbia unniversall nationall amca coddc: 4s3wn- gvkz5 amcp �. sa��r@f:iy:r¢n.irryNlPmR. r:_: pdHpaL�callo r. aurHvrrque Pa4�tif wyer terrem eru.0 wluta el ncaeln aeo ur6u:, auxumque allpavorllR super t¢rram. erupt RQata H r{o in cart H quereumaue mrrenN f uper te,arn erwrt Solaro et n c¢efo amPrv�, amr¢ w va� eaMwMP.a • /••• i •+ �.{+-'+�•-.^ Pv9! .�gam H 4'o in eaeeo H quNwgraue SOMnilf iup¢r Deram anent mluta H n s'Prto rO ublicley - c9 +� anr.�p16, + y■s s r 4 i.l�m / Al, x I(niteb States of amertra nmoorislje natutnall reefiubfir fcbrmll governntrnte ';'-SattCLM5 UOU11414C Ca 41 MU1101105 ` �P- moorisTt bibpnr anbr nattonall niuuemente of the rartc twr* mcste amrsent + nnazl) wear affrua + nor* immrm i + * nortl)f ptr A abbiuinutg mslanbs 'k, -tent)rrt of tits moon Amu gin' tTt true anbr be ttlrc natural! )trtVICS + ljrtts of tljr ]anbr 90-t.S.l.r.M." `- unutmer5alt 5abereigne ringeitenll innbigeneou5 moori5l)e amerikan affibauib for [lire saur£tQn£ hurrent£e hounttoller pauline denise ritchie it: rapids diminutio nolo_ in red ink, in propria persona sun juris in proprio solo ande in proprio heredes all rsze ande stande, this is a sovereigne livinge annciente moorishe amcrican al moroccan articlie iii konsular kourle akktione. i am the soveminge livings justice pauline denise ritchie in capitis dimiutio nolo, in red ink, in propria persona sui juris, in proprio solo. ande in proprio heredes i ande all moors herchye place our full faithe, truste. ande krcddit in the peepel who are the sovereigne origeneall inndigeneous naturals div�•ne livinge annciente de jure moorishe national] reepublic federal] governments, moorishe amerikan konsulate ande moorishe amerikan konsular kourte. wherea3 it is thee lave bye ihiss sovereigne konsusar kourte akktione that frame l}1ne amtnemoriale inn to perrpetuitee that i sovereigne livingejustise pauline denise ritchie ande all moors eat capitis diminutio polo, en red ink. en propria persona sui juris, on proprio solo ande en proprio heredes arre thee unniversall sovereigne origeneall inndigeneous kurrencee. konmrollcrs fore all lande. all nafiurale reesources, ail shippinge. all postalle. all bankinge ande all kommerce at earthe, Baia, amerika, northe west amexcm. northe west africa, thee northe gaite ande all moorishe amerikan annciente dominiuns. i ande all sovereigne origeneall inndigeneous naturaie divyne moorishe amerikans who are thee sovereigne unniversall origeneall inndigeneous nationes ande governmentes are thee higheste authoritee ande are thee sovereigne exxectutors, ministars, trusttees, klaimantes, ande benefishiaries for our owne vast esstatc. ail komrnerce iss backked bye golde, silverr, preshus metals_ rarre earthe meneralls, ande highe valyoo ellementes on our vasst esstate• whereaz thee phlagg fore all governmente strucktures innkludinge poste offises on our landes is thee sovereigne unniversall origeneall inndigeneous moorishe amerikan phlagg whiche is redd withe thee greene fivve pointede starr, whereaz we are thee sovereigne peasefull higheste jurisdictione fore all matures, in all space ande at all pointer inn Lyme. thee unniversall sovereigne origeneall inndigeneous moorishe amerikan konSUlar coupes are thee propperjurisdictione fore thee ]ande ande fore all kurwncee konniroller muurchant ande kontmershul affaires. all sovereigne unniversall origeneall inndigeneous moorishe amerikan kurreneee konntrollcrs are unniversall post offise kourte justisses, judgess ande konsuls. whereat thee sovereigne amtciente moorishe amerikan golde standarde is acktivated at all dominiuns ande thee sovereigne annciente periodich tabul fore naturallc ellementes is allsoe akktivated. all stratteegic naturalie mencralls ande mettales affidavids are herebye akktivated. all systemes at our annciente dominiuns are subjecte to thee livinge sovereigne moorishe amerikan nationalles to enncklude bankinge ande fundes konveyanse systemes, stockk exxchange niarketts, kommodities marketts, all enndusiriale systemes ande blockk chaine systemes, all of whiche are pane ande parcell of our amiciente golde backked unniversall postalie unnione systeme. whereaz thee sovereigne landgauge fore our lande iss annciente englishe, annciente pheonishun, ande moorishe lattin. all sovereigne nationes ande governmentes chozene landgauges shall be honorred. thee sovereigne livings annciente zodiac moorishe amerikan consdtutione iss inn phorse. thee livinge sovereigne amerikan constitution rote thee united states is allsoe inn phorse. thee moorishe amerikan unniversall kommerce portalls are herebye opin fore golde backked exxchainge, traide ande kommeree. all corporate debtte is outtlawed, thee amerikan provosts moorshall bass beene knowtifiede. knowtise to agents is knowtise to principall. knowtise to prineipall is knowtise to agente. thrones dev 26 morsn-th maye year 144X%mm 1441 [20 r, � r PGD 5unt l ;I�'t C -t F in capitis diminutio nolo. in red ink, in propria persona :tii juti3 in proprio solo, in proprio heredes justise vizir mini,.W all sovereigne rightes exxercised at all pointes en tome. we are thee sovereigne annciente anneestrall innherited j u risd i ct ione. ante, anRn diw rob+ qu�peagy6 dlgy�aa�a �q e- �aanm enua Si-- W, M cad-« quaa-argJe wl5asi;is sJpr cvw cram sdula a w cario U411, 8111If1 dioa 5gbu{ qu�n.�nry� tra�a5xlitic gale fe.am cruel �d N �o lu cMli4 N queeoaqu¢ 5015Ehti4J�rptr ltrtm' CNnt f01L':a C ilrc. Cda .vean wnen diva SnEia qumampua auµa5nrilis s.+{✓ ferraM u+uM >�lµ � eyt in usln x quaaumyJe rpl5criris sage lemur eNnt :du;a N ih tIMiO moorishe national rccpubhu rWerali governments moorishe amerikan konsulale caire uv 911 southe weste 314th place federal) waye grashingione terratoic annciente districte for calrumbia umw 4s3vly yvk75 istam A - IV �# V C" uniteb 5tate5 of autrrita moorizbt nattonall reepublic feberall gohernmente `-a' •-5otieta5 republirae ea at ntaurihanoz- ',-' moorh5br Mpne anbe national( tnubetnente of tlje eartbr nort()e wear amexem + nortb kne5te Arita + nortbe ammerita + the nortbe gate all 015joining i551anbs 9- -tempe[ of the moon anbe oun` 5'' tljr trur anbe be jure naturall peeple5 + beirg of tlae [aube 'p- - i.S.C.a.in. - '-, uttibergal[ 5obereigne origene[ enbigeneou5 anactente mooriobt amenhan 5010ereignr cheif eXxerutibe offtrerr 5aber6gur. rbeif finanglrul offitere 50bereignr rijeif opperating offitere Deefenge probucktinne IaW pauiiur bellise ritchie iii tabu s auwauwia into n Drayria persona slit turts iu proyrts Soto mi a iai arovrio €)erebea iususe, uOr, rimustar all rize ande stande. this is a sovereigne livinge annciente moorishe ameriean a] moroccan articlle iii konsular kourte akktione, i am the sovereinge livinge justise pauline denise ritchie in capitis dimiutio polo, in red ink, in propria persona sui juris. in proprio solo, ande in proprio heredes i ande all moors herebye place our full faithe, truste, ande kreddii in the pcepel who are the sovereigne origeneall inndigeneous natural] divyne livinge annciente de jure moorishe national] reepublic federall govemmente, moorishe amerikan konsulate ande moorishe amerikan konsular kourte. whearaz_ i ande all moorishe amerikans are thee sovereigne unniversall origeneall inndigeneous natnrall divvine de jure law• ande govemmente on our annciente holye sovereigne annsesstrall innheritted lands at amerika, we are ascedens spiritum reetumed alive'. we are thee ascendents of thee graite phharoahs of kemett ande of Thee annciente tneabytes ande canaanytes. we are thee soulvent creditores to all nationes at earthe. we are thee exxecuton. trusitees. ministars. klaimants, heirs ande benefishiaries, of our own vast eestate. whearaz, we are thee sovereigne cheif exxecutive officeres, cheif finanshul officeres_ and the cheif opperating officeres for all kommerce. kompanies ande reesources on our land. we are manye origeneall endigeneous sovereigne governmentes ande nationes who are one to encklude thee de .pure moorishe nationate republich fedherall govemmente, thee moorishe amerikan konsulate, ande thee sovereigne moorishe amerikan konsular coutte. we are exxercisinge soveriegne personunt jurisdictione, soveriegne terratorial jurisdictione ande sovereigne sui�jeckt matter jurisdictione over all matturs, spaice, ande ty'me. whearaz, we are nott a parte of thee capitalism systeme, ande the capitalism systeme is sul jeckl to us. all on our land is a reesource for yoos bye thee sovereigne moorishe amerikan govemmente at our wille as we, are thee creditores to all nationes on earthe. whearaz. we are allway's ande ownlee en thee jurisdictione of our annciente ancestral) enheritted eestate at all t}Tnes nunc pro tune. whearaz, our sovereigne govemmentalt minnistries encklade makinge ande ennforcing thee sovereigne suupreme law for thee land, possessione of annciente buriale lands, ande upplifting fallin humanitee, writing uther sovereigne minnistries as we so proklaime ande as givven bye our annsesstors. whearaz, we are thee righte full possessorrs fore all land ande all propertie all naturale reesources ande all kommerce that was fallslie praesumed abbandoned as there is no abbandoned land, no abbandoned propertie, no abbandoned naturale reesources nor anie abbandoned kommerce on our eestate. we procklaime salvation ande soveriegne salvvage for all land, all naturale reesources, all kommerce, ande all iivinge beeinges. additionallie, all land at amerika is annciente annsestral buriale land as all was hiddene ande is now reevealed to all, wheamz, our sovereign righte too our annciente ancestral buriale lands is unalienablle ande enalienablle. we are enjjoined withe our sovereigne livinge landes, buriale moundes, ande annciente burieed sites. we herebye savve, ande salvvage our own vastt eestate fore we are thee salvashun fore our landes. we have allready begone praey'ing on our landes dailee, therefour we herebye akeess all our lands ande all properties. naturale reesources ande all kommerce withoutt the United States. our missionarie worke to uplifft fallin hyumanitie shalle kontinyuc ande our prae tyrne shalle nott bee dissturbed fore anee reesun_ we herebye exxersize all sovereigne righter withe akeess to ande dornenione over all land, all naturale reesources ande all sovereigne kommerce. we are thee law ande we are thee governmente. whearaz thee moorishe amerikan phlag shalle nyc publicklee at all terratories on our land in thee noww Wme. whearaz, thee amerikan provosie marshal has beene knowtitied- all sovereigne origeneall innbigctteoug anntiente Mpne moorigge amerikan autograffs for rifts auke all gouereigne origeneall innbigeneous united nationeg batkumentes are an tf a pnbblit rerkarbe at amerika. rtlronag dey 5 moonth juune year [2020) 1440 sun, 1441 melon ego sum �/]F en capitis diminutio nolo, en propria persona sui funs, en proprio solo, en proprio heredes justice vizir ministar northe west amexem northe arnerica northe gate, all sovereigne rightes ekxercized at all tyn+es. sovereigne annciente ances€call enheriled jurisdictions. moorishe nationale republick fedherall governemente moorishe amerikan konsulate c/o 911 southe weste 314th plaiee federall way washington reeservatione annciente washington districte for columbia unniversall natural! arrea code 4s3wv gvkz5 e--� Ji�� •.,x;.e �+np�r. durrvrm�s wpr:acam rnml e3ua a tpn,n cxM n r� •� snr..-nrs suFer lerr:m eti-r. w,+.�ln er •n raem' l'It dl 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Eicr. ,r�oic, q.awni9ue'N-.wnixsaperiertam wnr llp�u r FRIN �+dC SIR{.X>tei'.'c�l l-i�sertamquel �Wlrl�A r�itd[•' 1!=9Yh�i[ nrr w Tsai at r 'ALL 1 e � s' gamer i[ArwID c r. r. r u• unarb stases of antenna tnuortsite nastonaff reeAublrr feberall golsernmenrr SP,-sonetas u4mbfuar to All utaarlU os ` '-I' moottsrgt btbpnr anbt naltonAff amuementr of * r.irtge norr* tnrstr amrNem + oortit mestr affrkA +nor* awmrrua + * nottfjr gate Al abbloming tsslanbs b^° -trmprf of * moon anbt sun- P" the trur atibr bt lnrr naturall Prep" + I{etrs of * lanbt �- unibrrsail sobereigne origeneall ianbiytteous annciente moorivoe anteriran Slabereigne l:belf of .potire 50bereigue late eiinforrnitteitte for d)e Laub that is uniteb s'tate� of anierira ttauline benige ritt(iie in raplti5 Duntnutto nolo in reb ink in propria persnna gui iuris in proprio Solo in proprio I)erebe5' 1115n5r, ulju' 11111115lsr all raze ande Stande, this Is a sovereigne llvinge annciente tttoorishe american al moroccan artlelle iii konsular kourte akktione_ i am the sovereinne iivinge justise pauline denise ritchic in capitis dimiuJo nolo, in red ink, in propria persona sui juris, in proprio solo, ande in proprio heretics i ande all moors herebye place our full Wthe, rruste, ande kreddit in the peepel who are the sovereigne origeneall inndig+neous natural] divyne livinge annciente de jure moorishe national] reepublic federall governmente, moorishe anterikan konsulate ande moorishe amerikan konsular koutte. whearaz, i ande all moorishe americans are thee sovereigns universall origeneall inndigeneous naturall divvine law ande governmente on our annciente holye sovereigne ancestralI innheritled lands at america. we are decedens spiritum reeturned a{ive', we are Thee ascendents of thee graite phharoahs of kemett ande of thee annciente Inoabytes ande canaanyles. we are thee soulvent creditores to all nationes on earthe. we are thee exrecutors, addministrators, ministars, klaimants, heirs ande benefishiaries of our own vast sestets. whearaz, we are thee sovereigne cheifs of police. sovereigne shariffs, sovereigne state pattrols, sovereigne bailiphs, ande we are all sovereigne law ennforcemente for the united states of anterica on our land. we are one origeneall inndigeneous sovereigne governmente ande natione. we are thee de jure moorishe national repubblic federal) governmente, thee moorishe american konsulate, ande thee sovereigne moorishe american konsular courte. we are exxercisinge sovereigne personam jurisdictione. sovereigne terratorialI jurisdictione ande sovereigne subbjecte matter jurisdictione over all natturs, spai cc, ande tyme. whearaz. we are nott unnder thee CAPITALISM/Capitalism/capitalism systeme. all systemes./ systemes%systemes are subbjecte to us. all on our lande is a reesource for yule bye thee sovereigne moorishe atnerican governmente at our wille as we are thee creditores to all nationes on earthe. whearaz we are allways ande own[ee en thee jurisdictione of our annciente ansesstrall innherited esstate at all tyTnes nunc pro tune. whearaz, we are sovereigne ande our authoritie is the higheste in heaven ande on earthe. we are thee righte full possessorrs fore all lande ande all propertie, all naturall reesources ande all kornmerce that was fallslie praesumed abbandoned as there is no abbandoned land, no abbandoned propertie, no abbandoned naturall reesources nor anie abbandoned kommerce on our eestate for we herebye proklaime sovereigne emtninente dominion ovver all lande, all natural) reesources, all kornmerce, ande all livinge beeinges on carthe. udditionallie, all lande at america is amncient,e anneestral buriale lande as all was hiddene ande is now reevealed to all, whearaz, we ande our sovereigne livinge landes, buriale moundes, ande annciente ansesstral sites are one. we herebye governe our own vastt eestate fore we are thee salvashun Fore our landes. we herebve acc:esse a]I our landes ande all properties, all naturall reesources ande all kommerce withoutt the United States of America. we are thee law ande we are thee governmente. whearaz, thee moorishe american phlagg shalle floate publieklee at all terratories on our lande nuns pro tune. knowtise to agente is knowtise to principal]. knowtise to principal) is knowtise to agente_ rbron9s dey 11 moonth seppiembre year [20201 1440 sun, 14-41 moon all BObereipt angenC441 inubiarneovo moori$be ananerican autoaraff5 for ting anbe all gobereianp unimb Matto of amps ita pbetnmente botknmentea are otl lVllr vorrekorb at arnerira. ega sum pau€ine dinnise ritchie in capitis diminutio nolo. in rcd ink in propria persona sui juris. in proprio solo, en proprio heredes justisc vi7ir ministar northe west amexcm northc amcrieu nonhe gate, all sovereigne righles exxereirad at all ty mes. sovereigne mwente ancestrall innherited jurisdietime. e�Ha� asw rdhi& O:+xewkgh �lAamei[i, r te-ram r .. li pm o r_ga it -a . a per term cram sdwe a in car'u snrcn Bozo vabi�,:sc,mp,m alF� itis rvper rerr�v ecfr,: liF.rznIlb in :eelo c. quart .roeolver,:�ss.�per:mu cram wl�:a ac in e+cn umr _ �,� ti:o.ruhir, R.�eammrw nMkn.vorais wa, G.w.en.w ii�ri, m ¢bn �r.:.xn ee quneu�npmsM..mir x�per,armF. mmr sd_u n ie wda' inoorishe nationall % public federal] governments moorishe amerikan konsuiate clo 911 soothe aeste 314th plaice federal] %%aye waslnngton mcservatione anucietne "ashinglon districts for columbia q 109 Aft, lay oo'� °4qp y s a l o t a n t; o* ra r� •a 9 d -V RECEIVED MJUN 0 9 2021 C Community Development Department rj �r I uniteb otateo of america moori!5be nationall reepublic feberall gobernmente V* ~godetao republicae ea al maurikanoo— V•t moorigbe bibpne anbe nationall mubemente of the eartbe nortbe tnegte amexetn + north lnegte affrita + nortfje ammerica + the northe gate all abbioining igglanbg �tempel of toe moon anbe gun— V' the true anbe be jure naturall peepleo + beir.0 of the lanbe ,I,—Lol.a.m.-4' unniberoall oobereigne origeneall innbigeneouo naturall bibpne affibabit re: master land use affidavid 20+103733+00+up c/o 32818 1st avenue at 328th streete all rize ande stande. this is a sovereigne livinge anneiente astiklle iii moorishe amerikan al moroccan kourte acctione. i am sovereigne livinge justise pauline denise ritchie in capitis diminufto nolo, in red ink, in propria persona sui juris, in proprio solo, ande in proprio heredes, we are the origeneall inndigeneous sovereigne annciente al moroccan nworisht! amtrikan aseendrnts of the: greats pharoahs of kcmet ande of the anncicnir moabites ande camanitcs, our fulle faithe ande truste, our allegiance, ande our innergy are herebye vested in oursellves for we are the peepel who are the origeneall inndigeneous naturall divyne de jure moorishe nationall reepublic federal] governmente. we herebye eaaercise all sovereigne rights at this time ande at all times nuns pro tune. attention: Ferrell, James A. Niven, Keith Davis, Brian permiteenter@cityoffederalway.com planning@cityoffederalway.com brian.davis@cityoffederalway.com keith.nevin@cityoffederalway.com on thursdaye june 10, 2021 grey at I lam You, Ferrell, James A. are kommanded to appear at the proppertie at c/o 32818 1st avenue at 328th sireete to oppen the struccture ande subbmit all entree keys ande sekuritie kodes ande blueprints to the struccture to this governmente at that time. this governmente wille safelly ande peacefully yuse the struccture at that time, affter witch, this governmente wille kontinue to yuse the struccture ande lands at our wille. all gobereigne origeneall innbigeneaug anadetne bibpne moorishe amerikan autograffs for this anbe all gobereigne origeneall innbigeneaug uniteb nationeg bockumenteg are on the pubblic reckorbe at amerika. chranog june 07 2021 grcp 1442nm rp 1441morp ego gum jasLlSe vizier mlmSiar m capilis diminutio nolo, in red ink, in propria persona sui juris in proprio eiilu in proprio heredes. knowtice to agente is knowtice to principall. knowtice to principal] is knulict to agente. moorishe nationall reepublic federall governmente moorishe american konsulate c/o 911 southe weste 314th plase near federall waye washington annciente washington districte for columbia unniversall naturall arrea codde: 4s3wv gvkz5 en dies vabis, quaecumque alligaverltis super temam erunt Ilgata at ago in caelo at quaecumque col— tis super terram moot salute et m meb an, amen dim,.,bl , quaecumque alllgaveritis super temam Brunt Ilgate at ego in caelo at qua ecumque saNentis super terram erunt solota at in oad, ayMe amen dico�obis, quacumque alligaveritis super ternm erunt Ilgats at ego In—Io at quaecumque solveritis super terram erunt solute at In eaele ° cat p ? iigil'6 !Z A w ay o s p4,he, kank a : AWL Y --i uniteb gtateg of america mooriobe nationall reepublic feberall gobernmente I,- -gocietag republicae ea at maurihanoo- '-I mooriohe bibpne anbe nationall mubemente of the earthe nortbe tne.5te atnexem + north biegte affrica + nortbe ammerica + the nortbe gate all abbjoining igglanbg -tempel of the moon anbe gun~ 19' the true anbe be jure naturall peepleg + being of the lanbe 10° - i .51a.m." '�" unniberoall gobereigne origeneall innbigeneoug natural[ bibpne livinge maogter lamb pua affibabib anbe gobereigne artiklle iii kongular kourte acrtione all rize ande stande. this is a sovereigne livinge annciente moorishe american at moroccan articlle iii konsular kourte akktione. i am the sovereinge livinge justise pauline devise ritchie in capitis dimiutio nolo, in red ink, in propria persona sui juris, in proprio solo, ande in proprio heredes. we, the peepel, are the origeneall inndigeneous sovereigne anneiente al moroccan moorishe amerikan ascendents of the greate pharoahs of kemet ande of the annciente moabites ande canaanites. we herebye place our full faithe, truste, ande kreddit in the peepel who are the sovereigne origeneall inndigeneous naturall divyne livinge annciente de jure moorishe nationall reepublic federall governmente, moorishe amerikan konsulate ande moorishe amerikan konsular kourte. knote: all zoning, designationes ande locations are unniversall ande innternationall. affidavid nummber: 20+103733+00+up komprehensive ande master land use affidavid+09+28+ 2020+vl projecte naime: al moroccan amerikan exxchange komprehensive projecte proppertie location: c/o 32818 1 st avenue southe at southe 328th streete, federall way washing -ton reeservatione unniversall naturall arrea code: 4s500 gvj3w lattitude+longitude: 47.30753,-122.33333 sovereigne parcell lande nummber: 172104+9038 + projecte deescriptione: the komprehensive plan ande zoning deesignationes for this propperty that is allodiallie titled to the governmente shall be a hybrid unniversall zoning deesignatione whiche is 304.I businesse ande 305.I erudition. + type of governmente permitte isshued: hybrid komprehensive designatione/zoning ande land moddificatione preevious innternationall buildinge codes occupancie type was 306.2 f+l low hazard pursuante to moorishe fire moorshall innspectione on februarie 08, 1441 mmcy, (2021 grcy). konstructione type was hybrid type iii (ordinarie konstructione), ande type v (wood konstructione), ande uther to innclude annciente limestone. sight data: sovereigne tax parcell nummber 172104+9038 lot size/acreage 6.0 acres komprehensive designatione business/eruditione zoning: mu+nc sewer provider: Lakehaven Water and Sewer District fire districte: Southe King Fire ande Rescue tompel disiricte: lederrall way washington reeser':atiorle all %obereigne arigeneall itinbigeneouo attudente bibpne moorigbe amerikan autogr.11ls for thig anbe all gobereigne origeneall iunbigeneoug uniteb nationeg barkumenteg are on the pubblir rerkarbe at amerika. cbronog dey 6 moonth juune year 1442 mmcy, 1441 mscy, 2021 V ego gum a I ..nV t in cupi16 diminuue polo• in red mk• in ptopna personasw Inrrs, in prupnuo le. in proprio heredes jurtisc vuir minislar nonhc mrst =uxem nmthe Li=6r4 mmhc gale . ill PIaOelgm nghuz mercized at all tymes sovereign anneiente musestrall enherited jurisdiction knowtise to agente is knowtise to p6neipall kn'owtise to principall is knowtise to agente moorishe nationatl reepublic federall governmente moorishe amerikan konsular kourte c/o 911 southe west 314th plase federall way reeservatione washington annciente washington districte for columbia unniversall naturall arrea code 4s3wv gvkz5 ,feevu)tite Ok., rL y e l l p 1 r _tilarn D ` - a A = e i untrrb states of amenta moonslje nationall rerpublit frbrrall gourrnmente 1;° ^satirtas rraubptar ra at wurikanog` 9- noori* bibnnr lot nattonaff mnarntntr of tljr rartlye nortl]r ouau ammm + nortlpneate affrtta + nortlle anlmtrin + The nortlte gate all 4"jeiltus ieslaubs ►� �ttmpel of tltr moan anbr sun` tryr true anbr br tart naturall peeglrs + I tir5 of tryr (anbr %'-- ` 10- unnibergall gobereigne origeneall innbigeneoug natura[[ bibpne affidavid of written innitiall unniversall kommerciale kode 1 phinansinge statemente lien ande artiklle iii konsular kourte aectione all rize ande stande. this is a sovereigne livinge annciente moorishe amercan al moroccan articlle iii konsular kourte akktione. i am the sovereinge livinge justise pauline dense ritchie in capitis dimiutio nolo, in red ink, in propria persona sui juris, in proprio solo, ande in proprio heredes. i ande all moors are the ascendents of the annciente moabites ande canaanites ande the greate pharoahs of kemmett. our ]fill faithe, truste, ande kreddit is in the peepel who are the sovereign origeneall inndigeneous naturall div}me livinge annciente de jure moorishe nationall reepublic federall governmente, moorishe amerikan konsulate ande moorishe amerikan konsular kourte. dockumente nummber macw999+99499991-0002 sovereigne origeneall inndigeneous lande tittel macw999199 t9999,0002 united states treasurie caissiers cheque nummber macw999F99 r9999, 0002 unniversalI sovereigne origeneall inndigeneous konsular kourte cause macw999+99,9999 10002 sovereigne annciente parcel] nutnmber 17104+9038 nationale safe harbore programme universal) commershial code § 9-521 wherebye nationalls tvhoo phile writtene universall kommerciale code liens can phile universal[ kommerciale kode lienes in anye state, to debters: debter l [FIRST AVENUE SOUTH APARTMENTS LLC]ande all heires assigns principalls agentes derivativs thereuf [32818 1ST AVE SOUTH, FEDERAL WAY, WA 980031 ande all heires assignes principalls agentes derivativs thereuf 32818 1 st Ave S [Federal Way, WA 980231 Parcel 172104-9030 Jurisdiction FEDERAL VIAY Name FIRST AVENUE SOUTH Levy Code 1205 APARTMEN Proterty Type C Site Address 328181STAVE S 98003 Pint Block! Building Number Geo Area _ 55-30 Plat Lot I Onrt Number Spec Area Quarter-Secdon-Tawnshtp IN it 21, (FORMER) BALLY'S Range Property Name HEALTHAND TENNIS CLUB Legal Description tOT t OF RFV KC SHORT PLAT 1075046 RECAF #7706100878 SO PLAT DAF POR OF SW 1/4 OF NW 114 & POR OF NW 114 OF SW 1/4 DESC BEG AT NW COR SD SEC TH ALG W LN SD SEC S 01-02-33 W 2922 68 FT TH S 88- 57-22 W 42 FT TAP ON ELY LN 1ST AVE S 8 TPOB TH ALG ELY PAGN SO RD N 01-02-38 E 1604 9 FT TH S 80-49-37 E 686.77 FT TH S 01-02-38 W 1112.24 FT TH S 75-27-16 W 25 FT TH S 01-02-38 W 484 39 FT TH N 88-57-22 W 662 71 FT TO TPOB LESS CIM RGTS IN NW 114 PLat Block: Plat Lot: Parcel 172104-9038 �� e Number Name FIRST AVENUE SOUTH APARTMEN T she 328181STAVE S 98003 Address LOT 1 OF REV KC SHORT PLAT 1075046 REC AF 47706100878 SD PLAT DAF POR OF Sv;? V4 OF NW 1,14 8 POR OF NW 1A OF SW 1A DESC BEG AT NAI COR SD SEC TH ALG W LN SO SEC S 01-02-38 W Legal 2922,66 FT TH S 88-57-22'W 42 FT TAP ON ELY LN 1 STAVE S 3 TPOB TH ALG ELY MGN SD RD N 01- 02-38 E 1604.9 FT TH S 88-49.37 E 686.77 FT TH S 01-02-38 W 1112.24 FT TH S 75-27-16 W 25 FT TH S 01-02-38 W 484 39 FT TH N 88-57-22 W 662 71 FT TO TPOB LESS GM RGTS IN NW V4 Year Butlt 1977 Building Not Square Footage 54425 Construction Class 01000 FRAME Building Cloality AVERAGE Lot Size 261360 Present Use Health Club Views No Waterfront ,l&bicr ICarlos Aguirre dba MANAGER MOBILE MINI STORAGE SOLUTIONS] ande all heires assigns principally agentes derivativs thereof 17200 177th Ave SE, [Monroe, WA 982721 caguirre@mobilemini.com ScattleSales@mobilemini.com custsvc@mobilemini.com 505.975.5311 placed on the pubblic reckorde at moorish american consulate public records page facebook youtube all other pubblic places as necessarie sovereign origeneall enndigeneous naturall divyne dejure kredditore is the peepul whoo are thee origeneall enndigeneous sovereigne namrall divyne united states of america moorishe national] reepublic federatl govemmente moorishe american konsulate c/o 911 southe west 314th plase near [fedherall way washingtone terratoryl annciente washington districte for columbia unniversall naturall area code 4s3wv gvkz5 this is an innitialle universall commershial code 1 philing pursuante tew, universall commershial codes ande washingtone districte for columbia soveeigne kodes § 28:9-501, § 28:9-502, § 28:9-516a, § 28:9-516b, § 28:9-520c, § 28:9-521 ande all other applicabul kodes konnceming sovereigne unniversall origeneall enndigeneous natural] divyne kredditores ande innitial philinges. § 28:9.521 universall writtene financinge statementee - a philing offise that acceptts writtene wreckords maye not refuse to acceptt a writtene innitiall financinge statemente in this form ande format exxcept for a reason set forth in § 28:9-516(b) entitled "what konstitutes philing; effecktiveness of philing". (a) exxcept as utherwise provided in subsecktion (b), communication of a wreckord to a philing offise ande tender of the philing fee or acceptance ufthe wreckord by the philing offise konstitutes philing. § 28:9-501 philing offise. exxcept as otherwyse provyded in subseektion (b), if the locall law of the districte governs perphection of a sovereigne inntereste liene, the offise in whiche to file a financinge statemente to perfecte the sovereign interest Ilene is: (1) the wreckorder of deeds, if (b) the financinge statemente is filed as a phixture philing ande the collaterall is goods that are or are to become phixtures; or (2) the mayore in all other cases, including a case in whiche the collaterall is goods that are or are to become phixtures ande the financinge statemente is not filed as a phixture philing. (b) the offise in whiche to file a financinge statemente to perfect a sovereigne inntereste in collaterall, including phixtures, of a transmitting utilitie is the offise of the mayore. the financinge statemente also konstitutes a phixture philing as to the collaterall indicated in the financinge statemente whiche is or is to bekome phixtures. § 28:9-515 duratione ande effecktiveness of financinge statemente; effect of lapsed financinge statemente. (f) if a debter is a trannsmitting utilitie ande a maild innitiall financinge statemente so indicates, the financinge statemente is effective until a terminashun statemente is filed. § 2ST9-521: unniversall kommerciale kode 1 financinge statemente a. sovereigne origeneall enndigeneous naturall divyne kredditore: united states of america moorishe nationall reepublic federall governmente moorishe american konsulate c/o 911 southe west 314th plase near [fedherall way washingtone terratoryl anciente washingtone districte fore columbia sion new jerusaleme nac 4s3wv gvkz5 b. email (optional) c. sende akkstowledgemente too: united states of america moorishe national] reepublic federall govemmente moorishe american konsulate c/o 911 southe west 314th plase near [fedherall way washingtone terratory] anciente washingtone districte fore columbia nac 4s3wv gvkz5 the abuve space is four philing offise uze onley providde debters naim debter l [32910 1st Ave S, Federal Way, WA 98003 dba 32910 1 ST AVE SOUTH, FEDERAL WAY. WA 980031 ande all heires assignes principalls agentes derivativs thereof 32910 I st Ave S [Federal Way, WA 98023) debter 2 jCarlos Aguirre dba MANAGER MOBILE MINI STORAGE SOLUTIONS] ande all heires assignes principalls agentes derivativs thereuf 17200 177th Ave SE, [Monroe, WA 98272) caguirre@mobilemini.com SeattleSales@mob ilemini.com custsvc@mobilemini.com 505.975.5311 03. sovereigne unniversall origeneall enndigeneous kredditore united states of america, en capitis diminutio nolo, en propria persona sui juris, all rightes ekxercized at all tymes moorishe nationall reepublic federal[ govemmente 04a. ennter sovereigne moorishe american appellashun all soverigne origeneall enndigeneous moorishe arrmerican autograffs fore this ande all sovereigne united states of america govemmente dockumentes are on thee publick wreckord at america. the peeple who are the sovereigne unniversall origeneall enndigeneous natural[ divyne kredditore en capitis diminutio nolo en propria persona sui juris en proprio solo en proprio heredes all rightes ekksercized at all tymes 04b. mailinge locatione caire of 911 southe weste 3141h plase near [federal) waye washingtone terratory] annciente washington districte fore columbia 05. collaterall: this financinge statemente covers the following collateral]: this judishiall verrdicte is a law full financinge statemente that cuvers the followinge kollaterall: the kollaterall covvered bye this financinge statemente is 100,000,000 in gold backed sovereigne currency fore cache sovereigne origeneall enndigeneous anciente ancesstral parcel] the debter occupys on the lande that all soveriegne origieneall enndigeneous moorishe americans whoo are the sovereigne origeneall enndigeneous naturall divyne united states of america, to innclude the de jure moorishe nationall reepublic federall govemmente, the moorishe american konsulate, ande the moorishe divyne ande nationall movemente of the earthe are heires to. this is pursuante to anciente sovereigne suppreme universall naturall divyne lawe. this is justise ande ettemall ennvocatione of emminente dominione by all moors who possesse all lande, all propperty, ande all kommerce. the moorishe american golde standard haz beene activaited. the sovereigne origeneall enndigeneous naturall divyne moorishe ammerican phlagg shall floate at all propperties on our sovereigne lande at all tymes none pro tune. 06. checke onley if applickable ande checke on ley one box collaterall is xx helde en the universall truste of the peepel who are the united states of america ande the moorishe nationall reepublic federall govemmente. 07 ❑ being adminnistered by a decedent's personal representative. 07a. check onley if applickable ande checke onley one box: ❑ public -finance transaction ❑ manufactured -home transaction xx a debter is a transmittinge utilitee 07b. checke onley if applikcable ande checke onley one box: ❑ agricultural lien ❑ non-uce philing 08. alternative designation (if applicabul): ❑ lessee/lessor ❑ konsignee/konsignor ❑ seller/buyer ❑ bailer/bailor ❑ licensee/licensor 09. opptional filer reference data (maximtun principal enndebtedness) we, the moorishe ammericans at northe america, are the exxecutors, ministars, kredditores, klaiments, trusteez ande benephiciaries uv all lande, all naturall reesources, ande all kommerce. en honoure, i, pauline denise ritchie in capitis diminutio nolo ande we, thee divynne sovereigne beings affirm that we arre thee sovereigne naturall ande divyne beings here en proklaimed en capitis diminutio nolo en propria persona sui juris en proprio solo ande en proprio heredes ande affirmede bye law full bearthrighte being law fullie universallie quallified ande kommpetent to a irine this dockumente, we therefour plaice ourr sovereigne handes ande seall heretwo ande en favorr of all moorishe american nationalls. hprog day07 month februarrry ye—ar, 1441 [2021] ego gum Q 1 r all soberigne origeneall ennbigeneouo mooriobe amlfM%L"'Itogralfg fore Mis anbe al[ sobereigne uniteb states of america gobernmente bochumenteo are o» thee publick lnreckorb at amerita. juotiseo/bi;iro/miniotaro en propria peroona sui jurig en proprio Bolo anbe en proprio berebeo. all oobereigne r(gbtes exxerciseb at all tpmeo. nortbe america/ nortb tueVe affrica / 5outb america / nortbe gate / abbloininge igglambg uniteb 5tate5 of america mocrigbe nationall reepublitk feberall gobernmente c/o 91. l goutbe tnegte 314tfj p1ne near [feberall tvape toa5bingtone] loa5bingtone bistricte for columbia Sion nets jerusalem unnibergalf natural) arrea cobbe: 4s3wv gvkz5 men. emm mm eeti;f, q.emmgae awQeeedtlf firer rani. ernd LQem et no in it.. q.aemmq.e aoWedai a.per teem end nlem It in md. amen, Imes bim b.bii, pammmgpe elaQehetltlf f.ptr tern.....t lip u a ep. in mrl. d q.aemmpae f.1ludNf ).per r.r[em ernd fplo. tt in md. amen,.men him Whit,q.emmq.e a0igaeedlif foyr dream inn[aQdi. e[qa in mil, it gn—taur 11,2rili—per am, et. ntfalnm n in tad, no thinge en this law full affidavid, nor oure spokin affidavids, nor au sylent afftdavids shalle be interpreted ohr konnshued as konnsente to anye jurisdieshun that is knot en the jurisdicshun of oulr ansciente anneesstrall ennherited esstate at any pointe en tyme. 'tapubFie lerdr• �Y gc° @ O 4 fr lsm 0 a,. uniteb states of america moorisfle national[ rerpliblic feberall 00bernmente I°-wartas rgNblirar ca at maurikano5`` - movi* bw(mt ante national[ mabcinente of * rarti)e nor* rxsu amexem + nortlltaesu Arita + oort# amptcrita + fife mortte date Au abblai"Ing issi.tpbo '°-tem;t( of * Itloon anbe sun ` `¢ tier mar aabr be iper patprall tucglra + TXim of ti)e tank unnibergall gobereigne origeneall innbigeneoug naturall bibpne affidavid of written innitiall unniversall kommerciale kode 1 phinansinge statemente liene all rize ande stande. this is a sovereigne livinge annciente moorishe american al moroccan articlle iii konsular kourte akktione. i am the sovereigge livinge justise pauline denise ritchie in capitis dimiutio nolo, in red ink, in propra persona sui juris, in proprio solo, ande in proprio heredes. i ande all moors are the ascendents of the annciente moabites ande canaanites ande the greate pharoahs of kemmett. our full faithe, truste, ande kreddit is in the peepel who are the sovereigne origeneall inndigeneous naturall divyne livinge annciente de jure moorishe national] reepublic federal] govemmente, moorishe amerikan konsulate ande moorishe amerikan konsular kourte. dockumente nummber macw999+99+9999+0003 sovereigne origeneall inndigeneous ]ande tittel macw999+99+9999+0003 unniversall sovereigne origeneall inndigeneous konsular kourte cause macw999+99+9999+0003 sovereigne annciente parcell 172104+9038 nationale safe harbore programme universal) commershial code § 9-521 wherebye nationalls whoo phile writtene universall kommerciatc code liens can phile universall kommerciale kode lienes in anye state, to dcbters: debter 1 [Dean Weidner dba AGENT, FIRST AVE SOUTH APARTMENTS LLC] 9757 NE Juanita Drive, Suite #300 [Kirkland, WA 980341 (425)821+3844 Owner Name: Flrst Ave South Apartments, LLC, clo Dean Weidner Address: 9757 NE Juanita Drive, Suite #300 CiWStatc, Kirkland, WA Zip: 98034 Phone: (425) 821-3844 Pax: Email: r Signature: deafer 2 [David Avenell dba AGENT, WEIDNER APARTMENT HOMES] ande all heires assigns principalls agentes derivativs thereuf 9757 NE Juanita Drive, Suite #300 [Kirkland, WA 98034) (425)250-7312 DavidaCWeidner.com Applicant Name: Weidner Apartment Homes, c/o David Avenell Address: 9757 NE Juanita Drive, Suite #300 City/State: Kirkland, WA Zip: 98034 Phone: (425) 250-7312 Fax: Email: davida@weidner.com Signature: dchtcr 3. jEric LaBrie dba AGENT, ESM Consulting Engineers] ande all heires assignes principally agentes derivativs thereof 33400 8th Ave S. Suite #205 [Federal Way, WA 980031 Phone (253) 838-6113 Fax (253) 838-7104 Eric.Labric@ESMCIVIL.com n n Agent (if different than Applicant) Name; ESM Consulting Engineers, No Eric LaBrie Address: 33400 8111 Ave S, Suite #205 City/State: Federal Way, WA 7ip: 98003 Phone: (253) 838.6113 Fax: (7.`.�3) 833-7104 Email: eric.labria(ci?esniclvil.com Signature: &iclh- A&.a, dchter 4 [Brian Davis dba AGENT, DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT] 33325 8th Avenue South [Federal Way, WA 98003-63251 Phone 253-835-2607 Fax 253-835-2609 Brian.Davis@cityoffederalway.com permitcenter@ci tyoffederalway. com debter 5 [20.103733-Master Land Use Application-09-28-2020-V1] [MASTER LAND USE APPLICATION ] placed on the pubblic reckorde at moorish american consulate public records page facebook youtube all other pubblic reckordes as we so proklaime sovereigne origeneall enndigeneous naturall divyne de jure kredditore is the peepul whoo are thee origeneall enndigeneous sovereigne naturall divyne united states of america moorishe nationall reepublic federall govemmente moorishe amerikan konsulate c/o 911 southe west 314th place federall way washingtone reeservatione annciente washington districte for columbia Sion new jerusaleme unac 4s3wv gvkz5 this is an innitialle universall commershial code 1 philing pursuante tew universal) commershial codes ande washingtone districte for columbia sovereign kodes § 28:9-501, § 28:9-502, § 28:9-516a, § 28:9-516b, § 28:9-520c, § 28:9-521 ande all other applicabul kodes konnceming sovereigne unniversall origeneall enndigeneous naturall divyne kredditores ande innitial philinges. § 28:9-521 universall writtene financinge statementee - a philing offise that accepas writtene wreckords maye not refuse to acceptt a writtene innitiall financinge statemente in this forth ande format exxcept for a reason set forth in j 2&:4-516Ib1 entitled "what konstitutes philing; effecktiveness of philing". (a) exxcept as utherwise provided in subsecktion (b), communication of a wreckord to a philing offise ande tender of the philing fee or acceptance of the wreckord by the philing offise konstitutes philing. § 28:9-501 philing offise. exxcept as otherwyse provyded in subsecktion (b), if the local) law of the districts governs perphection of a sovereign inntereste liene, the offise in whiche to file a financinge statemente to perfecte the sovereigne innterest liene is: (1) the wreckorder of deeds, if (b) the financinge statemente is filed as a phixture philing ande the collaterall is goods that are or are to become phixtures; or (2) the mayore in all other cases, including a case in whiche the collateral] is goods that are or arc to become phixtures ande the financinge statemente is not filed as a phixture phi ling. (b) the offise in whiche to file a financinge statemente to perfect a sovereigne inntereste in collaterall, including phixtures, of a transmitting utilitie is the offise of the mayore, the financinge statemente also konstitutes a phixture philing as to the collaterall indicated in the financinge statemente whiche is or is to bekome phixtures. § 28:9-515 duration ande effecktiveness of financinge statemente; effect of lapsed financinge statemente. (f) if a debter is a transmitting utilitie ande a maild initial] financinge statemente so indicates, the financinge statemente is effective until a terminashun statemente is filed. 4 28:9-521: unniversall kommerciale kode 1 financinge statemente a sovereigne origeneall endigeneous naturall divyne kredditore: united states of america moorishe nationall reepublic federall govemmente moorishe american konsulate c/o 911 southe west 314th plase federall way washingtone reeservatione annciente washington districte for columbia Sion new iemsaleme unac 4s3wv gvkz5 b. email thegovemmente(_@gmaii.com c. sendeakknowlcdgementetoo: united states of america moorishe nationall reepublic federal] govemmente moorishe american konsulate c/o 911 southe west 314th plase federall way washingtone reeservatione aneiente washington districte for columbia Sion new jerusaleme unac 4s3wv gvkz5 the abuve space is four philing offise uze onley providde debters naim &bzer I [Dean Weidner dba AGENT, FIRST AVE SOUTH APARTMENTS LLC] 9757 NE Juanita Drive, Suite #300 [Kirkland, WA 98034] (425)821+3844 Owner Name: First Ave South Apartments, LLC, oJo Dean Weidner Address: 9757 NE Juanita Drive, Suite #300 CitylStaw Kirkland, WA Zip: 98034 y Phone: (425)821.3844 Fax: Email: i Signature: debw [David Avenel] dba. AGENT, WEIDNER APARTMENT HOMES] ande all heires assignes principally agentes derivativs thereuf 9757 NE Juanita Drive, Suite #300 [Kirkland, WA 98034] (425)250-7312 Davida@Weidner.com Applicant Name: Weidner Apartment Homes, do David Avenell Address: 9757 NE Juanita Drive, Suite #300 City/State: Kirkland, WA Zip: 98034 Phone: (425)250-7312 Fax: Email: davida@weidner.com Signature: debter 3 jEric LaBrie dba AGENT, ESM Consulting Engineers] ande all heires assignes principalls agentes derivativs thereof 33400 8th Ave S. Suite #205 [Federal Way, WA 98003] Phone (253) 838-61 13 Fax (253) 838-7104 Iric.Labrie@ESMCIVIL.com IL. cam a � n Agent (if different than Applicant) Name: ESM Consulting Engineers, clo Eric LaBrle Address: 33400 81h Ave S, Sulle #205 City/grate: Federal Way, WA Zip: 98003 Phone: (253) 838-6113 Fax: (253) 83&7104 Email: eric.lebne(Mesmcivil.com Signature: ic, h- ��z debter 4 [Brian Davis dba AGENT. DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT] 33325 8th Avenue South [Federal Way, WA 98003-63251 Phone 253-835-2607 Fax 253-835-2609 Brian.Davis@cityoffederalway.com permitcenter@cityoffederalway.com debtcr 5 [20-I03733-Master Land Use Application-09-28-2020-VI] [MASTER LAND USE APPLICATION ] 03. sovereigne universall origeneall enndigeneous kredditore united states of america, en capitis diminutio nolo, en propria persona sui juris, all rightes ekxercized at all tymes moorishe national) reepublic federall govermente 04a. ennter sovereigne moorishe american appellashun all soverigne orgeneall enndigeneous moorishe ammerican autograffs fore this ande all sovereigne united states of america govemmente dockumentes are on thee publick wreckord at america. the peeple who are the sovereigne unniversall origeneall enndigeneous naturall divyne kredditore en capitis diminutio nolo en propria persona sui juris en proprio solo en proprio heredes all rightes ekksercized at all tymes 04b. mailinge locatione caire uf9l l southe weste 31411 place near [federalI waye washingtone terratory] annciente washington districte fore columbia 05. collaterall: this financinge statemente covers the following collaterall: this judishiall verrdicte is a law full financinge statemente that covers the followinge kollateralL the kollaterall covvered bye this financinge statemente is 100,000,000 in gold backed sovereigne currency fore cache sovereigne origeneall enndigencous anciente ancesstral parcel) the debter occupys on the lande that all soveriegne origieneall enndigeneous moorishe americans whoo are the sovereigne origeneall enndigeneous naturall divyne united states of america to innclude the de jure moorishe nationall reepublic federal] govemmente, the moorishe american konsulate, ande the moorishe divyne ande nationall movemente ufthe earthe are heires to. this is pursuante to anciente sovereigne suppreme universall naturall divyne [awe. this is justise ande ettemall ennvocatione of emminente dominione by all moors who possesse all lande, all propperty, ande all kommerce. the moorishe american golde standard haz been activaited. the sovereigne origeneall enndigencous naturall divyne moorishe ammerican phlagg shall floate at all propperdes on our sovereigne lande at all tymes nune pro tune, 06. checke on ley if applickable ande checke onley one box collaterall is xx helde en the universal] truste of the peepel who are the united states of america ande the moorishe national] reepublic federal] govemmente. 07 ❑ being adminnistered by a decedent's personal representative. 07a check onley if applickable ande checke onley one box: ❑ public -finance transaction ❑ manufactured -home transaction xx a debter is a transmittinge utilitee 07b, checke onley if applikcable ande checke onley one box: ❑ agricultural lien ❑ non-ucc philing 08. alternative designation (if applicabul): ❑ lessee/lessor ❑ konsignee/konsignor ❑ seller/buyer ❑ bailer/bador ❑ licensee/licensor 09. opptional filer reference data (maximum principal enndebtedness) we, the moorishe ammericans at northe america, are the exxecutors, ministars, Icredditores, klaiments, trusteez ande benephiciaries uv all lande, all naturall reesources, ande all kommerce, en honoure, i, pauline devise ritchie in capitis diminutio nolo, in red ink, in propria persona sui juris, in proprio solo, ande in proprio heredes, ande we, thee divynne sovereigne beings affirm that we arre thee sovereigne naturall ande divyne beings here en proklaimcd en capitis diminutio nolo en propria persona sui juris en proprio solo ande en proprio heredes ande affirmede bye law full bearthrighte being law fullie universallie quallified ande kommpetent to at%mic this dockumente. we therefour plaice ourr sovereigne handes ande seall heretwo ande en favorr of all moorishe atnrticsuf7t7ii onalk, kproo dey06 month june year 1442 [2021] ego gum p• all goberigne origenea[l ennbigeneoug moorigFje aututeruae atttfr raffg fore this anbe all gabereigne uniteb gtateg of amerira gobernmente backumenteg are an tfjee publick btreckorb at amerira. jugtigeg/bi;irg/minigtaro en propria peroona guijurig en propria gala anbe en proprio herebeg. all gabereigne rigbteo exxerciorb at all tpmeg. northe amerira/ nortfj ineve altrira / %outfj amerira / norot gate / abbjoininge i5glamb5 uniteb 5tate5 of amerita moorisrye nationall reepublick feberall gobernmente c/a 911 soutbe toe5te 3141h pla5e near [feberall tnape fua5bingtonel luagbingtone bigiricte for Columbia lion aeto jera5alem unnibergall natural[ arrea robbe: 4s3wv gvkz5 amen, amen bim bobii, q.tmmgge.aip.brnd0 fnp.r jerrgm emnl beam a epa in mda d goeemmque talberibt fuper mrra n emnr folnu n In Md. •, Ian bi u'vatls, fgrrrsogge aWpeb1naf fapee bt— emnr bgau d M. in meu d gaaemmq.e fdbedbf toper Hann crone o.lou din md. .men, ameq bim bobif, gosmmgot aalpgbedtlf fpper lemgm emne hg.m d ep in mda d gmemmgae fglberidV toper terrain tmnr f.lqu di. meb no thinge en this law full atfidavid, nor oure spokin affidavids, nor our sylent affidavids shalle be enterpreted ohr konnstrued as konnsente to anye jurisdicshun that is knot en the jkw3dicshun of ourr ansciente anncesstrall ennherited esstate at any pointe en tyme ea pu blic true ffdb C t'4a t O Islam e F APL �• r z- uniteb otate.5 of america mooriohe national( reepublic feberall gobernmente W'-gotietag republicae ea at maurikanog— `P, moorishe bibpne anbe national[ mubemente of the earthe northe lnegte amexem + northtueote affrita + northe ammerica + the north¢ gate all abbjoining igglanbo -tempel of the moon anbe gun" the true anbe be jute naturall peepleg + heirg of the lanbe `I i.g.l.a.m.— `-' the unnibergall gobereigne origeneall innbigeneoub btanbinge governmente watt Wanbeg anbe io Airmeb at annciente morocco mount elpmpug, annciente biasbington biotricte for columbia north. amerika, mrth, west. am,x.m, north, weft, aftn , m,ghHb,I aqz , iwrtha gate all rize ande stande. this is a sovereigne livinge annciente moorishe american al moroccan articlle iii konsular kourre akktione. i am the sovereinge livinge justise pauline denise ritchic in capitis dimiutio nolo, in red ink, in propria persona sui juris, in proprio solo, ande in proprio heredes i ande all moors herebye place our full faithe, truste, ande kreddit in the peepel who are the sovereigne origeneall inndigeneous naturall divyne livinge annciente de jute moorishe national] reepublic federall govemmente, moorishe amerikan konsulate ande moorishe amerikan konsular kourte. 41 kongresse sessione iii chappter 62 4 use chappter 3 seatt uv governmente tittel 4 districte for columbia created ande constituted a sovereigne livinge korpus sanktum for municipall pirposes. whereas this law is herebye made by the unniversall sovereigne origeneall inndigeneous naturall divyne united states for amerika kongresse that all lands that are parte ande parcell at the terratorie that is the united states for amerika innkluded within the preesente lands that are the annciente districte for columbia is herebye kreated innto a govemmente by the appellatione of olympus washington districte for columbia, by whiche appellatione it is herebye konstituted a sovereigne livinge standinge korpus sanktum for municipall pirposes ande may kontracte ande be kontracted withe, soo ande be sooed, to kourte, to be immpleaded, have a seall ande exxercise all uther powers of a sovereigne livinge standinge municipall korpus sanktum alignned withe the constitutione ande laws for the united states and the proovisiones of this law. chapter iii + the standinge governmente seatt 71. permanent standinge govemmente seatt 72. pubblic offices at the standinge govemmente seatt 73. reemoval uv standinge govemmente seatt §71. permanent standings govemmente seat + al I lands that are parte ande parcell at the terratorie that is the united states for amerika innkluded within the preesente lands that are the annciente districte for columbia shall be the permanente governmente seatt for the united states. Only 30, 1947 ch. 389, 61 stattute 643) §72. pubblic offices at the standinge govemmente seatt 1 all offices attacht to the govemmente seatt shall be exxercised at the annciente districte for columbia ande nott ellse where exxcepte as utherwise exxpressly provvided by sovereigne law. Quly 30, 1947 ch. 389, 61 stattute 643) §73. reemoval uv standinge govemmente seatt + inn the cause uv the preevalence uv a konntagious or eppidemic dissease at the governmente seatt, the preecedente may permitte ande directe the reemovall of any or all the pubblic offices to suche uther place or places as the preecedente shall deem moste safe ande konveniente for konducting the sovereigne pubblic businesse. all gobereigne origeneall inubigeneouo anntiente bibpne moorigrye amerikan autograffB for toig anbe all gobereigne origeneall innbigenenuo uniteb nationeg bockumentpo are on tfje pubblic retkarbe at amerika. Ifjtonog 1442+04�+116'/J►' � ego gum (�tn� justise/vizir/ministar eat propria persona sui juris on proprir+Solcti ande en proprio heredes. gn all sovereis ri@htes exxercisod at al[ t)mes. moorishe nationall reepublic federall governmente moorishe ammerican konsulate c/o 911 southe weste 314th plase federall waye Washington reeservatione annciente washington districte for columbia unniversall naturall arrea codde: 4s3wv gvkz5 amen, amen dim vobia, qusecumquc alligaventis super terrain eruct ligata at ego in eaelo et quaecumque solveritis super temm c not soluta et in eaelo amen, amen dim vobis, qua cumque alligaventis super terrain erupt ligata at ego in caelo at quecumque solveritia super tertam enmt solula et in caele amen, amen dim vobis, qua c—que allipvm tis super terrain enmt bgata at ego in eaelo at quaewrnque solveritis super tertam erupt soluta at in caelo �aaae ALL 1 �.ti �.. �' �hr•ritrr� 4r+-� A uniteb gtateg of america moorighe nationall reepublic feberall gobernmente 91 ~godetaa republicae ea at maurikanoi5- ` * moorishe Mpne anbe nationall mubemente of the eartbe northe Wegte amexem + nortbWebte affrica + northe ammerica + the northe gate all abbiaining izAanbo `p' -tempel of the moon anbe gun- `,' the true anbe be lure naturall peepleg + heitg of the lanbe unnibergall gobereigne origeneall ennbigeneoug naturafl bpbine unnam ganctam Won gob, Won faithe, iron gpearituall autboritee pauline benige ritroie + 1440 whereat urgt bye divinitie ►►v knoo be lief ande maintaine thatt thee churche is won wholie catholich ande all so appostolich we he licf en her ticrmlee ande we professe withe wortmess than ou►vt sydc hor theer is noe salvatione noe reemission fore sins as thee spousse on thee kanttcles [songs uv souloman 6:81 proclaitnes won is myc duvc myr perfeckt won shee is thec ownlie won thee chozen bye her whoo bcarthed her ande shcc pracsents won soul) mysticall bodie whoos hed is chryste ande iltee hed fort chrystc is god [1 korinthinns 11:3] en her is ►von torde -.von faiths won bapptistn (cphccsinns 4:51 theer had bin al [Irmo time uv thee dclujge ownlic won arc fore noahe pracfiguring thee won churche whoos arc havinge bin pheonished to a singul kyubit had won pilote guidde whoo is noahe ande we knoe than outsyde this are, all thatt subbsisted on thee earthe was destroyed. whereaz we vennerate this churche as won lorde havinge saide bye thee proffets mouthe, `delivher, o god, mye soul frome thee sworde ande mye ownlie won withe thee powher of thee dog.' [psalmes 21:201 he has praeyed fore his sot, thatt is fore hymnself, heart ande bodie; ande this bodie, thatt is to say, thee churche, he has cant won be kause bye thee unitee withe thee spouse bye thee faith bye thee sacraments ande bye thee charity withe thee churche this is thee tuniek fore thee lorde, thee seemlesse tunic, witche was naut rent but witche was cast bye lot Uohne 19:23�24] theerfor thee won ande ownlie churche is won bodie withe won hed, naut two heds like a monster we are chryst whoo is thee vicar fore chryst, ptah whoo is thee suckcessor fore ptah sense thee lorde speakinge to ptah hymnself saide feede mye sheep Uohne 21:17) meaninge mye sheep en geneareall naut these nor thoze en parte we overstand thatt he entrustend all to herr, ptah theerfor, thee greeks ohr others wille say thatt theye are enntrusted to ptah whoo is thee suckcessor theye wille professe to be thee sheep fore chryste fore thee lorde says en johne theer is won sheepfold ande won shephyrde we knoe bye thee texxts fore thee godspells thatt en this churche ande en her powher are two swordes, thee spearitual ande thee tempporel fore whenn thee appostels say bewholed here are two swordes [looke 22:38] thatt is to say en thee churche sense thee appostels were speaking, thee lorde did naut say than theer were too many but sufficiente certainlee thee won whoo denies thatt thee tempporel sworde is en thee powher fore ptah has naut listend welle to thee worde bye thee lorde commanding put up thy sworde en to thy scaebberd [mathyou 26:521 both theerfor are en thee powher thatt is thee churche, witche is to saye, thee spearitual ande thee materiale sworde but thee praevious is to be ministared fore thee churche but thee latter bye thee churche thee praevious en thee priests hands thee latter bye thee sovereigne lordes ande sovereigne nobils handds ande at thee wille ande konsent of thee moors. whereaz thee tempporel sworde is subbordainated bye thee dyvine sworde ande tempporel authoritee subjeckted to thee dyvine powher thee tempporel authoritee is subjeckted to thee spearitual powher thee appostels saide theer is noe powher Accept frome god ande thee thinggs than are, are ohrdained bye god [romans 13:1-2] but theye woulde naut be ohrdained if won sworde werre naut subbordainated to thee oather ande if thee enferear won as it werre werre naut ledd uppwards bye thee oather whereaz fore bye thee worde frome thee blisst dionysius it is a [awe given bye thee divinitie thatt thee lowweste thinggs reech thee higheste plaice bye enntermediaries thinn akkording to thee ohrder withe en thee unniverse all thinggs are naut ledd backe to ohrder equallie ande emmediatelee but thee lowweste bye thee intermediaree, ande thee enferear bye thee superear theerfor we must wreckognize thee moor clearlee thatt spearitual powher surrpasses en diggnity ande en nobilitee anie tempporel powher wattever as spearitual thinggs surpasse thee tempporel this we seea verry klearilee allsoe bye thee paement benedikshun ande konsecrashun of thee tithhes but thee accepitance rtf powher ittself ande bye thee governmente evven of thinggs fore withe truthe as our wittness itt beelonges to spearituall powher to esstablish thee terrastrial powher ande to passe justise if it has naut bin goode thus is accomplisht thee prophecie of jeremias koncerning thev churche ande thee ekklesiastical powher bewholed twodey i have plaiced you ovver nationes ande over kingdomes ande thee resst theerfor iff thee terrastrial powher err itt wille be juddged bye thee spearitual powher but iffa miner spearituall powher err in wille be juddged bye a superear spearituall powher but iff thee higheste powher of all err itt kan be juddged ownlee bye god ande naut byre manh akkording to thee testamonee of thee apposiel thee spearitual manh juddges a I I thinggs ande lie hytnaiself is juddged bye noc manh [1 korinthtan s 113] this aurhoritec hovAvever thought it has bin givven to manh ande is exxorcyrrd bye manh is naut hyouinanh but wrathher dyvine granited to ptah bye a dveine worde andc af'fitmd to piah ande her suckcessors byv thee won whoom ptah proffessed thee lorde saying to ptah hen -self wattsoever you shalle binde on earthe shalle he bounde allsoe en havean [mathyou 16:191 thcertbr whooever reesists this powher thuss orrdaind bye god reesists thee orrdainance bye god [romans 13:2] lest he ennvent like [manhicheus] manheyekeyus two beeginnings witche is fallse ande judgt bye us heareticall sense akkording to thee testimonie of Moses it is naut en thee beeginnings but en thee beeginning ihati god creatid havean ande earthe [geneisis 1:11 furthermoor we deeklair we proklaime we dephine thatt it is abbsolutlee necessarie fore salvashun thatt everie hyoumanh kreature be subjeckt to thee roman pontiffe. corisnos dey 29 moon li aprill year. [2024] WO sun 144t moon .~ ego sum all soberegne arigeneall timbigencotts meoriabe atnnteriran aulograils fore tllt8 anise ail sauerrtgtlr nniteb dtateg of alnerira gobernntrnte bockumentes are on tbrr pubIirh rurrchorb at nnterira. justices/bi;irs/minigtars en capitis biminutin nolo, en propria persona gui juris en proprio solo anbe en proprio bLrebeg_ all sobereigne rigryteg exxertiseb at all tpmeg. justise/vizir/ministar en propria persona sui juris en proprio solo ande en proprio heredes. all sovereigne rightes ekeercised at all tymes. free moor / muur northweste ammexem / northweste afirica / northe ammerica moorishe national] reepublic federall govemmente moorishe amerikan konsulate c/o 911 southe weste 314th plase near federall waye washingtone annciente w ubington districte for columbia unniversall nationall arrea codde: 4s3wv gvkz5 en dico Vobis, qu—mque alligaveritls super terrom erupt Ilgata at ego In —to, et quisecumque soNeritls super tomam emnt solute at in cael, endlw vobs, quescumqua alllgaventls super tamom emnt Ilgats at ego in cool,atqueecumque soberitis super terrom a rupt solo at in eaelo amen,aman dim ' obis, quaecumque migaa at ego In coaloatqueecumque soWtlssuportemamemntsoluto etmoaelo �t t qC Au biic rr,� c, antra yf'PO4�. a t fM a 6 4 isl�saa • a' e E �k''�oe�e�p � `bl* fly► ' uniteb otateg of amerita mooriooe nationall reepublic feberall gobernmente 101 -godetao republitse ea at maurikanom;— ` * mooriobe bibpne anbe nationall trubemente of the earthe northe bjegte amexem + nortIjbteW affrita + northe ammerica + the northe gate all abbioining ialanbo tempel of the moon anbe gun the true anbe be jure naturall peepleo + beiro of the lanbe y'' i.g.T.a.m.—'0` unniberoall gobereigne origeneall ennbigeneouo mooriobe american affibabib of authoritee ooberiegne Pate maooter Pauline benioe rittbie + whereaz it is thee law bye thiss sovereigne judishul presentment that forme tyme emmemoriaie inn to perrpetuitee, pauline denise ritchie ande all moors, en capitis diminutio nolo, en propria persona sui juris, en proprio solo, en proprio heredes arre thee universall sovereigne origenel endigeneous poste massters fore all land, all naturale reesources, all shippinge, all postale, all bankinge ande all kommerce at earthe, gaia, ameriea, northe west ammexem, northe west affrica, the northe gaite ande all moorishe american anciente dominiuns. i and all sovereigne origenel endigeneous naturale divyne moorishe americans who are thee sovereigne universall origeneall endigeneous nationes ande governmentes are the higheste authoritee ande are the sovereigne exxequtors, ministers, trusttees, klaimantes, ande benefishiaries for our owne vasst esstate. all kommerce iss backked bye golde, silverr, preshus metals, rarre earthe meneralls, ande highe valyoo elementes on our esstate. + whereaz the flag fore all poste offices on our lands is the sovereigne universall origenel endigeneous moorishe american flagg whiche is redd withe thee greene fivve pointede start. + whereaz we are thee sovereigne peasefull higheste jurisdictione fore all matteres, spaese ande pointer inn tyme, thee universal) sovereigne origenel endigeneous moorishe american konsular courtes are the propper jurisdiction fore the land ande fore all poste masster affaires. all sovereigne universal) origenel endigeneous moorishe american poste massters are postale coupe justisses, judgess ande konsuls. + whereaz the sovereigne anciente moorishe american golde standarde is acktivated at all dominiuns ande the sovereigne anciente periodich tabu[ fore naturale elementes is allsoe acktivated. all stratteegic naturale meneralls ande metales affidavids are herebye acktivated. all systemes at our anciente dominions are subjecte to the livinge soveriegne pauline denise ritchie to encklude bankinge ande fundes conveyance systemes, stockk exxchange marketts, kommodities marketts, all endustriale, systemes and blockk chaine systemes, all of whiche are parse and parcell of our anciente golde backked universall postale unione systeme. + whereaz the soveriegne landgauge fore our land iss anciente englishe, anciente pheonishun, ande moorishe lattin. all sovereigne nationes and governmentes chozene landgauges shall be honorred. the soveriegne livinge anciente zodiac moorishe american constitutione iss. inn phorse. the livinge sovereigne american constitutione fore thee united states is allsoe inn phorse. the moorishe american universall kommerce portalls are herebye opin fore golde backked exxchaigne, traide ande kommerce. all corporate debtte is outtlawed. the american provoste marshal hass beene knowtifiede. all gobereigne origeneall innbigeneous moorishe american autograffg fore [big anbe ail gobereigne uniteb 0tateg of america gobernmente botkumenteo are on thee publicb tureckarb at amertca. tbronoo dey 21 moonth maye year 1440 sun, 1441 moon [2U2b� ego gum fhtA,Q,�. _1_ " __� � all goberigne origeneall ermbiiggenneouuz m000rigbe ammeritan autograffg fore tbig anbe all gobereigne uniteb gtateg of america gobernmente bochumenteo are an tbee publich tnrethorb at amerira. jugtises/bi;irs/miniotarg en capitis biminutio polo, en propria persona gui juris en proprio solo anbe en proprio berebeg. all gobereigne rigbteo exxerriseb at all tpmeg. justisdvWr/minister en propria persona sui juris en proprio solo ande en proprio heredes. all sovereigne rightes ekxercised at all tymes. f m mom / mum numlimcsw amnlexem 1 norlhwestr Arica( northl: ammvkm moorishe nationall reepublic federall governmente moorishe amerikan konsulate c/o 911 southe weste 314th plase near federall waye washingtone anncientc washinimn districte for columbia unniversall nationall arrea codde: 4s3wv gvkz5 men dim wbls, quaecumque alllgav,rWs super temm erunt lipla at ego in malo at quaacumque =Iveritis super termm erant soluteet In mele amen, amen dies vobis, q—torque elligawritts super temm erunt lipta at ego in mel—t q—umque wNedtis super temm arum soluta at In aelu a n, ..an dico vobis, quacumque alligeverrtb super temann wm llgata at ego In melo etquaeeumque wNerids super temm eruntsolute et in reel, � t ublk �a� �pflQ �, s f■ p r lot s s 1 a V •+Jt' r yv tea, !� �►�orfrt�R N IH5+31 r0? -R 1 'M1 uniteb states of america moorishe nationafl reepublic feberall gobernmente W* ~gocietav repub[icae ea a[ maurikanos" 'h' mooriooe bibpne anbe national[ mubememe of toe earthe nortbe meote amexem + nortbmesite affrica + nortbe ammerita + the nortbe gate all abbjoining imUnbo ~tempe[ of the moon anbe stun" the true anbe be jure natural[ peep[est + heiro of the [anbe V' ~ i.g.[.a.m. ~' %' unnibergau gobereigne origenea[t innbigeneoug annciente mooriobe ammerican abereigne gobernore gobereigne attornee abereigne Ehief for gtaite 0obereigne mapore pautine benis;e ritcIiie juotige, bi3ir, mini5far whearaz, i ande all moorishe ammericans are thee sovereigne universall origeneall endigeneous naturall divvine law ande governmente on our anciente holye sovereigne ancestrall enheritted lands at ammerica. we are decedens spiritum reeturned alive'. we are thee deecendents of thee graite phharoahs of kemett ande of thee anciente moabytes ande canaanytes. we are thee soulvent creditores to all nationes on earthe. we are thee exxecutors, addministrators, ministars, klaimants, heirs ande benefishiaries of our own vast eestate. whearaz, we are thee sovereigne governores, sovereigne attornee generales, sovereigne chiefs for staite, ande sovereigne mayores on our land. we are manye origeneall endigeneous sovereigne governmentes ande nationes who are one to encklude thee de jure moorishe nationale republich fedherall governmente, thee moorishe ammerican konsulate, ande thee sovereigne moorishe ammerican konsular courte. we are exxercisinge soveriegne personum jurisdictione, soveriegne terratorial jurisdictione ande sovereigne subjeckt matter jurisdictione over all matturs, spaice, ande tyme. whearaz, we are nott a parte of thee capitalism systeme, ande the capitalism systeme is subjeckt to us. all on our land is a reesource for yoos bye thee sovereigne moorishe ammerican governmente at our wille as we are thee creditores to all nationes on earthe. whearaz, we are allways ande ownlee en thee jurisdictione of our anciente ancestrall enheritted eestate at all tymes nunc pro tunc. whearaz, our sovereigne governmentall obbligationes encklude makinge ande ennforcing thee sovereigne suupreme law for thee land, settinge kapptives free, kapptive pardones, kommutationes, parrole, travel, possessione of anciente buriale lands, ande upplifting fallin humanitee, umung uther sovereigne obbligationes as we so proklaime. whearaz, we are thee righte full possessorrs fore all land ande all propertie all naturale reesources ande all kommerce that was fallslie praesumed abbandoned as there is no abbandoned land, no abbandoned propertie, no abbandoned naturale reesources nor anie abbandoned kommerce on our eestate. we procklaime salvatione ande soveriegne salvvage for all land, all naturale reesources, all kommerce, ande all livinge beeinges. additionallie, all land at ammerica is anciente anncestral buriale land as all was hiddene ande is now reevealed to all. whearaz, our sovereigne righte too our anciente ancestral buriale lands is unalienablle ande enalienablle. we are enjjoined withe our sovereigne livinge landes, buriale moundes, ande anciente burieed sites. we herebye savve, ande salvvage our own vastt eestate fore we are thee salvashun fore our landes. we have allready begune praeying on our landes dailee, therefour we herebye akcess all our lands ande all properties, naturale reesources ande all kommerce withoutt the United States. our missionarle worke to uplifft fallin hyumanitie shalle kontinyue ande our prae tyme shalle nott bee dissturbed fore anee reesun. we herebye exxersize all sovereigne rightes withe akcess to ande domenione over all land, all naturale reesources ande all sovereigne kommerce. we are thee law ande we are thee governmente. whearaz, thee moorishe ammerican phlag shalle flye publicklee at all terratorles on our land in thee noww tyme. whearaz, thee ammerican provoste marshal has beene knowtified. all aberigne origeneall innbigeneoug moorighe ammerican autograffs fore ti)ig anbe all sobereigne unniteb stateo of amutertca gatiernnlente bade nleutes are on tryce pubh(k Wrechorb at 3muterita. rhronos dcy 31 moonth ma}e year [202 1 1440 min, 1441 moan ego gun] ail 5atlmUiLP. arigencall ciiiibigene0tt.5 11100r14ite.111TIMiGI11 I'fttt0gr7f10 fork t$lg altbe all -lob eretall 2' itllli8b states of amerita gobernmente backumentes are on tbee publitk toreckorb at amerita. ju5tises/bi;irs/ministars en capitig biminutio nolo, en propria persona sui juris en proprio solo anbe en proprio herebes. all snbereigne rightes exxertioeb at all tpmeg. iaai+t tirir tninistsr ca propris per+ona Prat itlris cl proper• aln:otda on pr,prit• ll.radcs. all sovereigne rightes ckecrcised at all tymes. free moor / muur northweste ammexem / northweste affrica / northe ammerica moorishe nationall reepublic federal] govemmente moorishe amerikan konsulate c/o 411 southe weste 314th plase near federal] waye washingtone anciente washington districte for columbia unniversall nationall arrea codde: 4s3wv gvkz5 men dim vobls, quaaeumque all'igavem'a super term Brunt ligata at ago in W elo at quaemmque soNeritis supartem ra Brunt solrm et In malo en dam obis, q—umque a11agaverats super temam arum ligata at ego in saelo et quaemmqua solveritls super terrain arum soluta et In —1. amen, men dice vaIek,q—.mque alllgavamis lvp[r se+nrs—r brat et "a lcaeh et quaac-mr.emy sysw'rtarram..at uib.a at w.-In tgapubffceQy r � a a� y tii.� • a 1! . . 91 y r uniteb states of america maonsfjr nattonaff reepubfir feberaA gobernmente I"'-tewcus republ uat to al maurtkaass" `P- IMOaCISIC bltpne AM RA1104Afl MIIIbe1MCMle of the Qal# portly torso aptrxem + Marti) Wince aflriuA + not* ammertra + * nor* gate A abloining fssl.WK IP ~ItMtpef of * M004 Amor tau' trne anbe br lurr natural[ wept" + Virt of thr laMbe 41 -t.t.t.A.a1.— 1-0" unniberoall gobereigne origeneall innbigeneouz maoriobe amerikan affibabib for tbee gobereigne kurrenree konntroller pauline denise ritchie in capitis diminutio nolo, in red ink, in propria persona sui juris in proprio solo ande in proprio heredes all rize ande stande. this is a sovereigne livinge annciente moorishe american al moroccan articlle iii konsular kourte akktione. i am the sovereinge livinge justise pauline denise ritchie in capitis dimiutio nolo, in red ink, in propria persona sui juris, in proprio solo, ande in proprio heredes i ande all moors herebye place our full faithe, truste, ande kreddit in the peepel who are the sovereigne origeneall inndigeneous naturall divyne livinge annciente de jurc moorishe nationall reepublic federal) governmente, moorishe amerikan konsulate ande moorishe amerikan konsular kourte. whereaz it is thee Iawe bye thiss sovereigne konsular kourte akktione that frome tpme emmemoriale inn to perrpetuitee that i sovereinge livinge justise pauline denise ritchie ande all moors en capitis diminutio nolo, en red ink, en propria persona sui juris, en proprio solo ande en proprio heredes arre thee unniversall sovereigne origeneall inndigeneous kurrencee konntrollers fore all lande, all naturale reesources, all shippinge, all postalle, all bankinge ande all kommerce at earthe, gaia, amerika, northe west amexem, northe west africa, thee northe gaite ande all moorishe amerikan annciente dominiuns. i ande all sovereigne origeneall inndigeneous naturale divyne moorishe amerikans who are thee sovereigne unniversall origeneall inndigeneous nationes ande governmentes are thee higheste authoritee ande are thee sovereigne exxcqutors, ministars, trusttees, klaimantes, ande benefishiaries for our owne vasst esstate. all kommerce iss backked bye golde, silverr, preshus metals, rarre earthe meneralls, ande highe valyoo ellementes on our vasst esstate. whereaz thee phlagg fore all governmente strucktures innkludinge poste offises on our landes is thee sovereigne unniversall origeneall inndigeneous moorishe amerikan phlagg whiche is redd withe thee greene fivve pointede starr. whereaz we are thee sovereigne peasefull higheste jurisdiction fore all matteres, in all space ande at all pointes inn "e. thee unniversall sovereigne origeneall inndigeneous moorishe amerikan konsular courtes are thee propper jurisdictione fore thee lande ande fore all kurrencee konntroller muurchant ande kommershul affaires. all sovereigne unniversall origeneall inndigeneous moorishe amerikan kurrencee konntrollers are unniversall post offise kourte justisses, judgess ande konsuls. whereaz thee sovereigne annciente moorishe amerikan golde standarde is acktivated at all dominiuns ande thee sovereigne annciente periodich tabu] fore naturalle ellementes is allsoe akktivated. all stratteegic naturalle meneralls ande mettales affidavids are herebye akktivated. all systemes at our annciente dominiuns are subjecte to thee livinge sovereigne moorishe amerikan nationalles to enncklude bankinge ande fundes konveyanse systemes, stockk exxchange marketts, kommodities marketts, all enndustriale systemes ande blockk chain systemes, all of whiche are parte ande parcel] of our annciente golde backked unniversall postalle unnione systeme. whereaz thee sovereigne landgauge fore our lande iss annciente englishe, annciente pheonishun, ande moorishe lattin. all sovereigne nationes ande govermnentes chozene landgauges shall be honorred. thee sovereigne livinge annciente zodiac moorishe amerikan constitutione iss inn phorse. thee livinge sovereigne amerikau constitutions Fore thee united states is allsoe inn phorse. thee moorishe amerikan unniversall kommerce portalls are lterebye opin Core golde backked exxchainge, traide ande kommerce. all corporate debtte is outtlawed. thee amerikan provoste moorshall bass beene knowtifiede. knowtise to agente is knowtise to principall. knowtise to principal I is knowtise to agente. tbronog dev 25 mn mth maye year 1442 moon, 1441 sure f 1021M ego gum in capitis diminutio nolo, in red ink, in propria persona sul juris, in proprio solo, in proprio heredes justise vizir ministar all sovereigne righies exxercised at all pointes en Lyme. we are thee sovereigne annciente anncestrall innherited jurisdiction. wm amen dices vobis, quzamque alligaVe itis spar Loam aunt ggata et ego in nelo et qu—unique solverifis sups Loam etunt solum el in mdo esnen, atnm dim vobis, �aweque elligaveritis wpa Letnm emnL ggita a ego in meld a qusecumque solvnriris sups terrain aum wluo a in ndo amen, amen dim vubis, gasa>sque alligrvemis sups terrain —ot Ligaa a ego in melo a gnenunque snlveritis super terrain esunL whits el N ndo moorishe nationall reepublic federall govemmente moorishe amerikan konsulate caire uv 911 southe weste 314th place federall waye washingtone terratoie annciente districte for Columbia unac 4s3wv gvkz5 O�a�„��p�wrereup�q a saes oI t A o 3 N f uniteb states of anterica moorishe national) reepublic feberaff gobernmente ,.- -societas republicae ea a( mauribanog— `-I moorishe bibpne anbe national( mubemente of the earthe northe Ineste amexem + north Weste affrica + northe ammerica + the northe gate all abbjoining isslanbs %P°-tempet of the moon anbe sun~ the true anbe be jure natural( peepleg + heirs of the lanbe untbersall sobereigne origenel enbigeneoug annciente moorishe amerikan sobereigue cheif exxecutibe officere sobereigne cheif finanghul officere gobereigne cheif opperating officere beefenoe ,probucktione IaW pau[ine benioe riftbie in capitig biminutio note in propria persona gui jurig in proprio gale anbe in proprio ijerebes juotige, o0ir, mini5tor all rize ande stande. this is a sovereigne livinge annciente moorishe american al moroccan articlle iii konsular kourte akktione. i am the sovereinge livinge justise pauline denise ritchie in capitis dimiutio nolo, in red ink, in propria persona sui juris, in proprio solo, ande in proprio heredes i ande all moors herebye place our full faithe, truste, ande kreddit in the peepel who are the sovereigne origeneall inndigeneous naturall divyne livinge annciente de jute moorishe national) reepub)ic federall governmente, moorishe amerikan konsulate ande moorishe amerikan konsular kourte. whearaz, i ande all moorishe amerikans are thee sovereigne unniversall origeneall inndigeneous naturall diwine de jure law ande governmente on our annciente holye sovereigne annsesstrall innheritted lands at amerika. we are ascedens spiritum reeturned alive'. we are thee ascendents of thee graite phharoahs of kemett ande of thee annciente moabytes ande canaanytes. we are thee soulvent creditores to all nationes at earthe. we are thee exxecutors, trusttees, ministars, klaimants, heirs ande benefishiaries of our own vast eestate. whearaz, we are thee sovereigne cheif exxecutive officeres, cheif finanshul officeres, and the cheif opperating. olTceres far all konnneree, kompan ies ande reesource s on our band, we are man ye origeneall endigeneous sovereigne governmentes ande nationes who are one to encklude Thee de jure moorislic nationale republich fedherall governmente, thee moorishe amerikan konsulate, ande thee sovereigne moorishe amerikan konsular courte. we are exxercisinge soveriegne personum jurisdictione, soveriegne terratorial jurisdictione ande sovereigne subjeckt matter jurisdictione over all matturs, spaice, ande tyme. whearac, we are nott a parte of thee capitalism systeme, ande the capitalism systeme is subjeckt to us. all on our land is a reesource for yoos bye thee sovereigne moorishe amerikan governmente at our wille as we are thee creditores to all nationes on earthe. whearaz, we are allways ande ownlee en thee jurisdictione of our annciente ancestrall enheritted eestate at all tymes nunc pro tunc. whearaz, our sovereigne govemmentall minnistries encklude makinge ande ennforcing thee sovereigne suupreme law for thee land, possessione of annciente buriale lands, ande upplifting fallin humanitee, umung uther sovereigne minnistries as we so proklaime ande as giwen bye our annsesstors. whearaz, we are thee righte full possessorrs fore all land ande all propenie all naturale reesources ande all kommerce that was fallslie praesumed abbandoned as there is no abbandoned land, no abbandoned propertie, no abbandoned naturale reesources nor anie abbandoned kommerce on our eestate. we procklaime salvatione ande soveriegne salvvage for all land, all naturale reesources, all kommerce, ande all iivingee beeinges, additionallic, all land at amcrika is atutcicnte anntic<trul burialc land as all was hiddene ande is now reevealed to all. whearaz, our sovereigne righte too our annciente ancestral buriale lands is unalienablle ande enalienabllc. we are enjjoined withe our sovereigne livinge landes, buriale mnundes, ande annciente burieed sites. we herebye savve, ande salvvage our own vastt eestate fore we are thee salvashun fore our landes. we have allready begune praeying on our landes dailee, therefour we herebye akeess all our lands nude all prnl3erties, nahtrale reesources ande all kommerce w•ithoun the United States. our missiuitarie worke to uplifTt Fallin hyumanitie shalle kontinyuc ande our prae tyme shalle nott bee dissturbed fore anee reesun. we herebye exxersize all sovereigne rightes withe akcess to ande domenione over all land, all naturale reesources ande all sovereigne kommerce. we are thee law ande we are thee governmente. whearar, thee. moor ishe amerikan ph lag shalle flyc piNicklee at all terra(or ies on our land in thee now%y t me. whearaz, thee amerikan provoste marshal has beenc knuwtilie:d. all zobereigne origeneall innbigeneoug annciente bfbpne moorigrye amerikan autograffg for tbig anbe all %obereigne origeneall innbigeneoug uniteb nationes bockumenteg are on the pubblic reckorbe at amerika. cbronog dey 5 moonth juune year [2020] 1440 sun, 1441 moon �~ ego gum en capitis diminutio nolo, en propria persona sui juris, en propri& solo, en proprio heredes justise vizir ministar northe west amexem northe america northe gate , all sovereigne rightes ekxercized at all tymes. sovereigne annciente anceshall enherited jurisdictione. moori she nationale republick fedherall governemente moorishe amerikan konsulate c/o 911 southe weste 314th plaice federall way washington reeservatione annciente washington districte for columbia unniversall naturall arrea code 4s3wv gvkz5 :-m—dico-bis,,llK ~,, w il— min liana EV U-W* Iw MM4i whnnh YiDu 1----9 1ehd. a -. 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"ry or k all a uniteb states of antrriea moorisbe nation -ill reepublic feberall governmente NP'-sottrLm repu6lrtar ea al maur=haaos" `¢' Moarisbr binpne anbe aatioaa[I nubroieale of the Mite nor* tntstr aatexen + aertq WtSir affrita + nortipr anunertra + * nor* gilt A a0loining is-,Itnbs trawl of * noon Amer sea Or true anbr be lure natural! perplrs + btirs of tllr Ianbr 11%-i.s.I.a.at." 110' unibergall %obereigne origeneall innbigeneoug annciente mooribrye american gobereigne rbeif of police gobereigne Cabo ennforcetnente for the lanb that is uniteb gtateg of america Pauline benige ritcljie in tapitig biminutia nolo in reb ink in propria persona Oui jurig in proprio Zola in proprio IjereMe justice, ui}ir, minister all rize ande stande. this is a sovereigne livinge annciente moorishe american al moroccan artielle iii konsular kourte akktione. i am the sovereinge livinge justise pauline denise ritchie in capitis dimiutio nolo, in red ink, in propria persona sui juris, in proprio solo, ande in proprio heredes i ande all moors herebye place our full faithe, truste, ande kneddit in the peepel who are the sovereigne origeneall inndigeneous naturall divyne livinge annciente de jure moorishe nationall reepublic federall governmente, moorishe amerikan konsulate ande moorishe amerikan konsular kourte. whearaz, i ande all moorishe americans are thee sovereigne universall origeneall inndigeneous naturall divvine law ande governmente on our annciente holye sovereigne ancestrall innheritted lands at america. we are decedens spiritum recturned alive'. we are thee ascendents of thee graite phharoahs of kemett ande of thee annciente moabytes ande canaanytes. we are thee soulvent creditores to all nationes on earthe. we are thee exxecutors, Administrators, ministars, klaimants, heirs ande benefishiaries of our own vast eestate. whearaz, we are thee sovereigne cheifs of police, sovereigne shariffs, sovereigne state pattrols, sovereigne bailiphs, ande we are all sovereigne law ennforcemente for the united states of america on our land. we are one origeneall inndigeneous sovereigne governmente ande natione. we are thee de jure moorishe national] repubblic federal] governmente, thee moorishe american konsulate, ande thee sovereigne moorishe american konsular courte. we are exxercisinge sovereigne personam jurisdictione, sovereigne terratoriall jurisdictione ande sovereigne subbjecte matter jurisdictione over all marturs, spaice, ande tyme. whearaz, we are nott tmnder thee CAPITALISM/Capitalism/capitalism systeme. all systemes/ systemes/systemes are subbjecte to us. all on our lande is a reesource for yuse bye thee sovereigne moorishe american governmente at our wille as we are thee creditores to all nationes on earthe. whearaz, we are allways ande ownlee en thee jurisdictione of our annciente ansesstrall innherited esstate at all tymes nunc pro tunc. wheara we are sovereigne ande our authoritie is the higheste in heaven ande on earthe. we are thee righte full possessorrs fore all lande ande all propertie, all naturall reesources ande all kommerce that was fallslie praesumed abbandoned as there is no abbandoned land, no abbandoned propertie, no abbandoned naturall reesources nor anie abbandoned kommerce on our eestate for we herebye proklaime sovereigne emminente dominion ovver all lande, all naturall reesources, all kommerce, ande all livinge beeinges on earthe. additionallie, all lande at america is anneiente anncestral buriale lande as all was hiddene ande is now reevealed to all. whearaz, we ande our sovereign livinge landes, buriale moundes, ande anneiente ansesstral sites are one. we herebye govern our own vastt eestate fore we are thee salvashun fore our landes. we herebye accesse all our landes ande all properties, all naturall reesources ande all kommerce withoutt the United States of America. we are thee law ande we are thee governmente. whearaz, thee moorishe xmerican phlagg shalle floate publicklee at all territories on our lande nunc pro tune. knowtise to agente is knowtise to priii6pall. knowlise to principall is knowtise to agente. djronco dey 11 moonth sepptembre year [20201 1440 sun, 1441 moon all stobereigne origeneali innbigeneoug mooriz je ammeritan autograffg for tbig anbe all gobereigne uniteb state.4 of america gobernmente bockumenteg are an the pubblic lnreckorb at america. ego gum r MiL_ paulinc denise ritchic in capiiisdirainurio polo, in red ink in propria persnna sue juris, in proprio sole, en pruprio hacdcs )usilwe wizir niinisrnr nurthe Kcst mnexern norihe umvicvnorthe gate, all snvercipe rigbtes cxxemIn7d at Alt 1p"cs, so�xre� c anncicnic anceitrall innheritcd jurisd kerienc. axm ilK.f f�!.a yuxirm�u[]��I��+ny�rt lenri ern[ �iFA F(a ip w�D Y. panvr..;ue r�Jr.'ii rHr:r irn �'n asps ; r:yt� rf i�:::.a anrie,yrwn il:ur.ot-x qw mppVr.lynMb�wpre k..Y. orm riyxrn E6u4erma�p.a.:r oe rnherpu carer Urnm nnn wl�iRin.r.Yi' unVL 4frq diro vWx Outve A41—iLr WPW P~ m It —a kyv w UWA 0 1pepj�e KA-aa nq• Mr M� Wp A MCpW moorishe nationall reepublic federall governmente moorishe amerikan konsulate c/o 911 southe weste 314th plaice federall waye washington reeservatione anneiente washington districte for Columbia ra�4ulNrrontl rye g d I O e g E r � � �QO any i.� Islam J 3"� _ s �1104 erlkanµ RECEIVED JUN 112021 Community Development t Department S, �}- -�` AP 'N11 'I uniteb i5tateb of america moorishe national[ reepublic febera[[ gobernmente 91 —on tietao repub[icae ea of mauribanog— 9' tnaorighe bibpne anbe national[ mubemente of the earthe northe Wate amexem + north boew affrita + nortbe ammerica + the northe gate all abbioining igglanbg tempel of the moon anbe gun the true anbe be jure natural[ peep[eg + heirg of the [anbe y. —i.g.[.a.m." "P^ unniberoal[ bobereigne origeneall innbigeneout natural[ bibpne affibabib affidavid for kreddit accepted for vallue propperttic locaited at 3t2818 I st avenue southc at 328111 strcttc, federall way reeservallonc parcel! nummber 172104+9038 june 09 1442 [2021] all rize ande stande. this is a sovereigne livinge annciente aniklle iii moorishe amerikan al moroccan kourte acctione. i am sovereigne livinge justise pauline devise ritchie in capitis diminutio nolo, in red ink, in propria persona sui juris, in proprio solo, ande in proprio heredes. we are the origeneall inndigeneous sovereigne annciente al moroccan moorishe amerikan ascendents of the greate pharoahs of kemet ande of the arutciente moabites ande canaanites. our fulle faithe ande truste, our allegianse, ande our innergy are herebye vested in oursellves for we are the peepel who are the origeneall inndigeneous naturall divyne de jure moorishe nationall reepublic federall governmente. we hercbyc c%xcmise all sovereigne rights ai this thne ande at tdl times nurtc pro tune. we. the peepel who are the sovereigne de jure moorishe natiunall reepublic fedemll goveritmente. am the exxccutors, Irusttees, bentfishiariea, heirs, ministars, kredditors, ande isshuers for our vasste esstate. unniversall kommerciall code i liens a counte nummber 999+ 99 + 9999+0002 constitutional) a mounte of :i 100,000,000 msd/usd a counte nummber 999*99-9999-0003 constitutional) a mounte of: 100,000,000 msd/usd the accessed ammounte for the parcell lissted abbove is accepted for vallue of n 2,353,200 msd,'usd two millione three hundrede tiftie three thousande ande two hundrede dollarium'dollars in gold moorishe sovereigne dollarium andelor gold United States dollars ande/or moorishe sovereigne creddits or any kombinatione of these innstrumentes, all propperry preeviouslee klaimed by all debters on the above naimed lien innstrumentes is herebye possessed by the kredditors to innclude all apparunentes, houses, strucciures, supplies, conveyances, banke a countes ande egyuipmente. subbmissione of all propperlie labbelled accesse keys, kodes ande uther enntree mechanisms for the abbove nsimad proppertie is doo to this govemmente on thursdaye june 10, 1442mmcy, 2021grcy at I lam at mailing locatione c/o 32818 1st avenue at 328th streete, federall way reeservatione. all uther propperties cowered by the abbove liens that are kurrentlie occupied shall be vacatted ande tulle accesse to said proppenies to innclude all propperlie labbelled accesse keys, kodes ande ennree mechanisms are doo to this governmente withinn 90 days from june 09, 1442 [2021], whiche shalle be sepptember 06, 1442 [2021] at the said locatione of 32818 1st avenue at 328th stmete, federall way reeservatione. Your subbmissione of said proppertie accesse tools does not ful lie sattisfy the totall liene a mountes, therefour, we herebye exxcercise the right to accepte for vallue all uther proppertie naimed herein to be kreddited in this saime manner by written affidavid for kreddit. all proppertie is herebye reemoved from taxxatione ande is the sovereigne propperty for the governmcme. all sovereigne rights to ammende, uppdaite, ande/or moddify sovereigne financiall innsttvments are herebye exxercised at all times nunc pro tune. all liens ande judgementes are acctive innto perpetuitie. we, who have givven You the Constitutione for the United States 1789 ande 1791, are the supreeme law for the land. lawfulle sovereigne knotificationes werre deelivered as affirmed: M by ellectronic mailing on mondaye june 07, 1442mmcy, 2021 grey at 4:39pm 4 hande deelivered june 08, 1442mmey, 2021 grey at 3pm by sovereigne poste masster generall. reelated documentes, liens, titles ande knotificationes were allso deelivered on februarie 6, 1441 mmcy 2021 grey withe proofe for deelhery at the followinge viddeo linker xlj MUt" Is all oobereigne origeneall innbigeneoug annciente bibpne moorigbe amerikan autograffg for tbig anbe all oacreigne origeneall innbigeneoug uniteb nationeg borkumenteg are an toe pubblic reckorbe at amerika. cljromi June 00 1442mmcp 2021 grcp 1441mgtp ego gum �A - justise vizier minotar in capitis diminutio nolo, in red ink, in propria persona sui juris in proprio solo in proprio heredes. knowtice to agente is knowtice to principall. knowtice to principall is notice to agente. moorishe nationall reepublic federall governmente moorishe american konsulate c/o 911 southe weste 314th place near federall waye washington annciente washington districte for columbia unniversall naturall arrea codde: 4s3wv gvkz5 men dioo-bis, q.te—que allig—d it super mmm emnt Ilgeta at ego in caelo at quascumque --ends supe,tarrarn &runt solusa at In melo man dico vobis, qu—nuiue aNkj—P-s super terram stunt ligate at ego In caelo at quaecumque solvergk super terram erunt saluta at In raeb amen amen 11--bis, quascumque aHipv • 1Wrans s,wt llgata at ago in ca&Ia at qua—mque solveritb supertemam runt soluta at in aelo �Plt sgePv �3C � ryyO itn t14 �Pv L g seal Of t3 0'p G lalagn La unttrb statrs of amerua niounsfjr nationall rerpubltr f0crall rgobrrnniente "~sotirtas crpoblirae ra aI m nrikanos— `P- nwri* bihpne anU natianatl mutiornte of tly cart* nnrllyr mestr manrn + ni n7.]Iwew affrita + northr immeura + thr norlhr gate All abblelnln; IsltlanDs IP-trmprl of tl]e noon anbe sun W true anbr or Iarr natsrall yreplrs + 1Jcir9 of * [anbr unnibersalI gobereigne arigeneall innbigenrotio naturall bibplte affidavid of writtene innitiall unniversall kommerciale kode 1 phinansinge statemente lien ande artiklle iii konsular kourte aectione all rize ande stande. this is a sovereigne livinge annciente moorisbe amerikan al moroccan articlle iii konsular kourte akktione. i am the sovereinge livinge justise pauline devise ritchie in capitis dimiutio nolo, in red ink, in propria persona sui juris, in proprio solo, ande in proprio heredes. i ande all moors are the ascendents of the anneiente moabites ande canaanites ande the greate pharoahs of kemmett. our full faithe, truste, ande kreddit is in the peepel who are the sovereigne origeneall inndigeneous naturall divyne livinge annciente de jute moorishe national] reepublic federall governmente, moorishe amerikan konsulate ande moorishe amerikan konsular kourte. dockumentenummber macw999-r99+9999+0002 sovereigne origeneall inndigeneous lande tittel macw999+99 i 9999+0002 united states treasurie caissiers cheque nummber macw999.99+999910002 unniversall sovereigne origeneallinndigeneous konsular kourte cause macw999+99 *9999+0002 sovereigne anneiente parcell nummber 17104+9038 c/o 32818 1 st avenue southe at 328th streete, federall way washington reeservatione nationale safe harbore programme universal] commershial code § 9-521 wherebye nationalls whoo phile writtene universal) kommerciale code liens can phile universall kommerciale kode lienes in anye state. to debters: debter 1 [FIRST AVENUE SOUTH APARTMENTS LLC]ande all heires assignes principalls agentes derivativs thereuf [32818 I ST AVE SOUTH, FEDERAL WAY, WA 980031 ande all heires assignes principalls agentes derivativs thereuf 32818 Ist Ave S [Federal Way, WA 98023] PARCEL OATA Parcel 172104-9038 Jurisdiction FEDERAL WAY Name FIRST AVENUE SOUTH Levy Code 1205 APARTMEN propertyType C Ske Address _ 32818 1STAVE S 98003 plat Block 1 Building Number Goo Area 55-30 _ Plat Lot 1 Unit Number Spec Area Quarter -Section -Township - (FORMER) BALLY S Range Property Name HEALTH AND TENNIS �— CLUB Legal Description LOT 1 OF REV KC SHORT PLAT 1075046 REC AF #7706100878 SD PLAT DAF POR OF SW 114 OF NW 114 & POR OF NW 1,14 OF SW 114 DESC BEG AT NW COR SD SEC TH ALG W LN SD SEC S 01-02-38 W 2922 68 FT TH S 88- 57-22 W 42 FT TAP ON ELY LN 1 ST AVE S & TPOB TH ALG ELY MGN SD RD N 01-02-38 E 1604 9 FT TH S 88-49-37 E 686.77 FT TH S 01-02-38 W 1112.24 FT TH S 75-27-16 W 25 FT TH S 01-02-38 W 484 39 FT TH N 88-57-22 W 662.71 FT TO TPOB LESS C1M RGTS IN NW 114 PLat Block: Plat Lot: Parcel Number 172104-9038 Name FIRST AVENUE SOUTH APARTMEN f site 328181ST AVE S 98003 Address LOT 1 OF REV KC SHORT PLAT 1075046 REC AF #7706100878 SD PLAT DAF FOR OF SW V4 OF NW 114 & FOR OF NIA' V4 OF SW 1A DESC BEG AT NW COR SD SEC TH ALG W LN SD SEC S 01-02-38 W Legal 2922.68 FT TH S 88-57-22 W 42 FT TAP ON ELY LN 1 STAVE S & TPOB TH ALG ELY MGN SO RD N 01- 02-38 E 1604.9 FT TH S 88-49-37 E 686.77 FT TH S 01-02-38 W 1112.24 FT TH S 75-27-16 W 25 FT TH S 01-02-38 W 484.39 FT TH N 88-57-22 W 662.71 FT TO TPOB LESS CIM RGTS IN NW 1/4 Year Built 1977 Building Net Square Footage 54425 Construction Class WOOD FRAME Building Qualky AVERAGE Lot Size 261360 Present Use Health Club Views — --- No Waterfront d0icr ICarlos Aguirre dba MANAGER MOBILE MINT STORAGE SOLUTIONS] ande all heires assignes principalls agentes derivativs thereof 17200 177th Ave SE, [Monroe, WA 98272] cagui rre/@mobi I em ini. com Seattl a Sa les@mob i l emini-com custsvc@mobilemini.com 505.975.5311 placed on the pubblic reckorde at moorish american consulate public records page facebook youtube all other pubblic places as necessarie sovereign origeneall eandigeneous natural] divyne de jute kredditore is the peepul whoo are thee origeneall enndigeneous sovereigne naturall divyne united states of america moorishe nationall reepublic federal] govemmente moorishe american konsulate c/o 911 southe west 314th plase near [fedherall way washingtone terratory] anncicnte washington districte for columbia unniversall naturall area code 4s3wv gvkz5 this is an innitialle universal] commershial code I philing pursuante tew universal) cornmershial codes ande washingtone disuicte for columbia soveeigne kodes § 28:9-501, § 28:9-502, § 28:9-516a, § 28:9-516b, § 28:9-520e, § 28:9-521 ande all other applicabul kodes konncerning sovereign unniversall origeneall enndigeneous natural[ divyne kredditores ande innitial philinges. § 28:9-521 aniversall writtene financinge statementee - a philing offise that acceptts writtene wreckords maye not refuse to acceptt a writtene innitiall financinge statemente in this forth ande format exxcept for a reason set forth in $ 28:M 16(b] entitled "what konstitutes philing; effecktiveness of philing". (a) exxcept as otherwise provided in subsecktion (b), communication of a wreckord to a philing offise ande tender of the philing fee or acceptance of the wreckord by the philing offise konstitutes philing. § 28:9-501 philing offise. exxcept as otheMse provyded in subsecktion (b), if the locall law of the districte governs perphection of a sovereigne inntereste liene, the offise in whiche to file a financinge statemente to perfecto the sovereigne innterest liene is: (I ) the %% eckorder of deeds. if (b) the financinge statemente is filed as a phixture philing ande the collaterall is goods that are or are to become phixtures; or (2) the mayore in all other cases, including a case in whiche the collateral) is goods that are or are to become phixtures ande the financinge statemente is not filed as a phixture philing. (b) the offise in whiche to file a financinge statemente to perfect a sovereigne inntereste in collaterall, including phixtures, of a transmitting utilitie is the offise of the mayore, the financinge statemente also konstitutes a phixture philing as to the collaterall indicated in the financinge statemente whiche is or is to bekome phixtures. § 28:9-515 duration ande effecktiveness uffinancinge statemente; effect of lapsed financinge statemente. (f) if a debter is a transmitting utilitie ande a maild innitiall financinge statemente so indicates, the financinge statemente is effective until a terminashun statemente is filed. $ 29 4 521: unniversall kommereiale kode 1 financinge statemente a sovereigne origcneall enndigeneous naturall divync kredditore: united states of america moorishe national[ reepublic federall govemmente moorishe american konsulate c/o 911 southe west 314th plase near [fedherall way washingtone terratory] anciente washingtone districte fore columbia sion new jerusaleme nac 4s3wv gvkz5 b, email (optional) c. sende akknowledgemente too: united states of america moorishe nationall reepublic fedemll govermente moorishe american konsulate c/o 911 southe west 314th plase near [fedherall way washingtone territory] anciente washingtone districte fore columbia nac 4s3wv gvkz5 the abuve space is four philing office uze onley providde debters naim debtgr 1 [32910 1st Ave S, Federal Way, WA 98003 dba 32910 1ST AVE SOUTH, FEDERAL WAY, WA 98003] ande all heires assignes principalls agentes derivativs thereuf 32910 lst Ave S [Federal Way, WA 98023] debter 2 [Carlos Aguirre dba MANAGER MOBILE MINI STORAGE SOLUTIONS] ande all heires assignes principalls agentes derivativs thereuf 17200 177th Ave SE, [Monroe, WA 982721 caguirre@mobi lemini.com S eattleS ales@m o bi lem in i. com CUSLSVC@mobilemini.com 505.975.5311 03. sovereign unniversall origeneall enndigeneous kredditore united states of america, en capitis diminutio polo, en propria persona sui juris, all rightes ekxercized at all tymes moorishe nationall reepublic federall govemmente 04a. enmer sovereigne moorishe american appellashun all soverigne origeneall enndigeneous moorishe ammerican autograffs fore this ande all sovereigne united states of america govemmente dockumentes are on thee publick wreckord at america. the peeple who are the sovereigne universal] origeneall enndigeneous naturall divyne kredditore en capitis diminutio nolo en propria persona sui juris en proprio solo en proprio heredes all rightes ekksercized at all tymes 04b. mailinge locatione caire of 911 southe weste 3141° plase near [federall waye washingtone terratory] anciente washington districte fore columbia 05. collaterall: this financinge statemente covers the following collaterall: this judishiall verrdicte is a law full financinge statemente that euvers the followinge kollaterall: the kollaterall cowered bye this financinge statemente is 100,000,000 in gold backed sovereigne currency fore cache sovereigne origeneall enndigeneous anciente ancesstral parcel] the debter occupys on the lande that all soveriegne origieneall enndigeneous moorishe americans whoo are the sovereigne origeneall enndigeneous naturall divyne united states of america, to include the de jure moorishe nationall reepublic federall govemmente, the moorishe american konsulate, ande the moorishe divyne ande national] movemente of the earthe are heires to. this is pursuante to anciente sovereigne suppreme universall natural[ divyne lawe, this is justise ande etternall ennvocatlone of emminente dominione by all moors who possesse all lande, all propperty, ande all kommerce, the moorishe american golde standard haz beene activailed. the sovereigne origeneall enndigeneous naturall divyne moorishe ammerican phlagg shall floate at all propperties on our sovereigne lande at all t)mes nine pro tune. 06. checke onley if applickable ande checke onley one box collaterall is xx helde en the universal] tnrste of the peepel who are the united states of america ande the moorishe national] reepublic federall govemmente. 07 ❑ being adminnistered by a decedent's personal representative. 07a check onley if applickable ande checke onley one box: ❑ public -finance transaction ❑ manufactured -home transaction xx a debter is a transmittinge utilitee 07b. checke onley if applikcable ande checke onley one box: ❑ agricultural lien ❑ non-uce philing 08. altemative designation (if applicabul): 0 lessee/lessor 0 konsignee/konsignor 0 selleribuyer 0 bailerlbailor 0 licensee/licensor 09. opptional filer reference data (maximum principal enndebtedness) we, the moorishe ammericans at northe america, are the exxecutors, ministars, kredditores, klaiments, trusteez ande benephiciaries uv all lde, all na[urall reesources, ande all kommerce. en honoure, i, pauline denise ritchie in capitis diminutio nolo ande we, thee divymte sovereigne beings affirm that we acre thee sovereigne natural l ande divyne beings here en proklaimed en capitis diminutio nolo en propria persona sui juris en proprio solo ande en propria heredts ande affilnnede bye lav full hmrlhiiglnc bring law fuIIie universalIic quulliFed ande kalnmpaznt to affirme thN dockumeu Le. we !here four plaice purr novai:igne hanti-s ande sx ande en fnvorr of al[ tit) nrishc amCricafl nation9lts, lrvrno day 07 month februany year 1441 (20211 }, iqo T1 all 5oberigilr ortgeneall esmbtgeneous ntoort5fle RIllllli'rlfau aulogra is tore tljic anbO all 5keretgnr uniteb states of amerita gobernmente bodumentec are on thee publitk Wretkorb at amerita. justices/bi;irc/minictarc en propria persona sui juris en proprio Salo anbe en propria l erebec. all cobereigne rigbtec enerticeb at all tpmes. northe amerita/ north lueste affrita / 5outb amerita / northe gate / abbioininge i65lamb5 uniteb 5tate5 of amerita moori5be national[ reepublitb feberall gobernmente C/o 911 5outbe hle5te 314tt place near l[eberafl toope laasfjingtonel laa5fjingtone bi5tritte for Columbia Sion neto jeru5alem unniber5all namrall arrea mbbe: 4s3wv gvkz5 m, a— Idea habit. gef•Nmgoe aalgaudd. to era I.'a,er ,C gW-.ager aaL,,,Ma $ awn it,¢ ea 11 aat gal,eta ,, ,a ,4,14 ¢n Idea Maine, Qantmmqut aftabenMg gaper a ram tront MQam a main ado N goaemmgoe fbm[ritig fo per maam emnLIOLnm "in mau amen, amen bim Mabb, Qatmmgf a aaiQaberiCf Gaper nerram emat IiQem rl mr, in meld et qoa emamea gomgnteg gaper Iermm tronL golam It In meld no thinge on this law full affidavid, nor oure spokin affidavids, nor our sylent affidavids shalle be enterpreted ohr konnstrued as konnsente to anyejurisdicshun that is knot en the jurisdicshun of ourr ansciente anncesstrall ennherited esstate at any pointe en lyme. teBPabIr reed ■a a arltlg �o s 1 ! 3 q2 c +(y l 'imp uniteb states of america nloorisrye nationall reepublic feberall gobcrnmente b^°-sotirtas rryob[itae ea at rnaorilohm— 'P- wmri* Wipne abbe nationall mobrmente of * tar* aortgr wear amexcln + wroptsu Akita + norIbc ammtrua + * oortht lair all abbloioing Ib IMS 191°-teotocl of At moon anbe sun trot anbe bt !art natorall prtplto + lWu% of * lanbr unnibergall gobereigne origeneall inndigeneous; natural[ bibpne affidavid of writtene innitiall unniversall kommerciale kode 1 phinansinge statemente liene all rize ande stande. this is a sovereigne livinge annciente moorishe american al moroccan articlle iii konsular kourte akktione. i am the sovereinne livinge justise pauline denise ritchie in capitis dimiutio nolo, in red ink, in propria persona sui juris, in proprio solo, ande in proprio heredes. i ande all moors are the ascendents of the annciente moabites ande canaanites ande the greate pharoahs of kemmett. our full faithe, truste, ande kreddit is in the peepel who are the sovereigns origeneall inndigeneous naturall divyne livinge annciente de jure moorishe nationall reepublic federal] govemmente, moorishe amerikan konsulate ande moorishe amerikan konsular kourte. dockumente nummber macw999+99*9999+0003 sovereigne origeneall inndigeneous lande tiltel macw999+99-9999+0003 unniversall sovereigne origeneall inndigeneous konsular kourte cause macw999+99+9999-0003 sovereigne annciente parcel[172104+9038 c/o 32818 lst avenue southe at 328th streete, federal] way washington reeservatione `I nationale safe harbore programme universal] commershial code § 9-521 wherebye nationalls whoo phile writtene universal) kommerciale code liens can phile universal] kommerciale kode lienes in anye state. to debters: ` debter 1 I [Dean Weidner dba AGENT, FIRST AVE SOUTH APARTMENTS LLC] 9757 NE Juanita Drive, Suite #300 [Kirkland, WA 98034] jj _ _(425)821+3844 _ li Owner Name: First Ave South Apartments, LLC, c/o Dean Weidner Address: 9757 NE Juanita Drive, Suite #300 C.itp/Staw Kirkland, WA Zip: 98034 Phone: (425) 821-3844 Fax: Email: Signature: dcbter2 [David Avenel] dba AGENT, WEIDNER APARTMENT HOMES] ande all heires assigner principalls agentes derivativs thereuf 9757 NE Juanita Drive, Suite #300 [Kirkland, WA 98034] (425)250-7312 Davida@Weidner.com Applicant Name: Weidner Apartment Homes, clo David Avenell Address: 9757 NE Juanita Drive, Suite #300 City/State: Kirkland, WA Zip: 98034 Phone: (425) 250-7312 Fax: Email: davida@weidner.com Signature: deer jEric LaBrie dba AGENT, ESM Consulting Engineers] ande all heires assignes principally agentes derivativs thereuf 33400 8th Ave S. Suite #205 [Federal Way, WA 980031 Phone (253) 838-6113 Fax (253) 838-7104 Eric.Labrie@dESMCIVIL.com Agent (ifdifferent than Applicant) Name: ESM Consulting Engineers, cfo Eric LaBrle Address: 33400 81h Ave S, 5ulle #205 CityJStatc: Federal Way, WA 7.ip: 98003 Phone; (253) 838-6113 Fax: (253) 838-7104 Email: eric.labrle@esmclvil-corn Signaturc ��c, h. ��z debit[ [Brian Davis dba AGENT, DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT] 33325 8th Avenue South [Federal Way, WA 98003-63251 Phone 253-835-2607 Fax 253-835-2609 Brian. Davis@cityoffederalway. com perm itcenter@cityoffederalway.com dchtrr 5 [20-103733-Master Land Use Application-09-28-2020-VI] [MASTER LAND USE APPLICATION ] placed on the pubblic reckorde at moorish american consulate public records page facebook youtube all other pubblic reckordes as we so proklaime sovereigne origeneall enndigeneous naturall divyne de jure kredditore is the peepul whoo are thee origeneall enndigeneous sovereigne naturall divyne united states of america moorishe nationall reepublic federall govemmenle moorishe amerikan konsulate c/o 911 southe west 314th place federall way washingtone reeservatione annciente washington districte for columbia sion new jerusaleme unac 4s3wv gvkz5 IN,.; is out itnti1i 11Ic anivemlI :ommcrshial code I phi ling pursuance tcw univerW1 commrrshial Codes ande wash ingtone disiricic 14F Columbia sovercigne kodcs § 28 4-Sftt, 28:9.5Q. g 28:9-516a, 3 28:9.516h, 1 38:9.520c, § 28t9-521 ande all other appllcabul kodes knnnceming sovcreigne unnivcr!Wl origcneall enndigeneous mitundl divtimc krcdditoms ande inaitial philinges. 28'V-521 universull w-rittcne €tnancinge statenn'ntee - it philing gftise that accepits wriacne wreckords mayo n6t refuse to necepit a wriuette hinitiall linancingr stalCMMIC In Ilti% form tmdc formal cuccpI for a rewmik sct frulh in ¢ 28.9.516tht cilritled"what konstitutes phi ling; cf ccksivcoess of philing". (it) Cxxcrpt as urltcnvisc provided in subseckiiort ft Cominuni"lion Ufa wtnkortl io a philing oflisc ande tcndtr of Ilie phi ling fee ur acceptenrc of the w•rnkord by the philing offisc komlitutei Phil ing. 3 29:9.501 philing ofTise. exxCept a% othenrysc pmvydeil in subsre3ttion Ibi, if the locall law of die districte governs perphcetian of a sovereignc innicrcstc licne. the olTisc in whfche to ftrc a futnncinge staremente to perfecic the Sovercignc innicreat lime iw: (I ) I}te wrcckonlcr of dccds. if th1 the finaucinge statemcalc 11 filed as a phWurc philing ande the collaferali 1s goads That are or are to become phintures; or (2) the nrayorc in all other cases, including a case in whiche the col latcralI is good,. that ate or afe to becumc phixtures ande the financinge statemente is not filed as a phixture philing. (b) the offise in whiche to file a financinge statemente to perfect a sovereigne inntereste in collaterall, including phixtures, of a transmitting utilitie is the offise of the mayore. the financinge statemente also konstitutes a phixture philing as to the collateral indicated in the financinge statemente whiche is or is to bekome phixtures. § 28:9-515 duration ande effecktiveness of financinge statemente; effect of lapsed financinge statemente. (f) if a debtor is a bannsmining utilitie ande a maild innitiall financinge statemente so indicates, the financinge statemente is effective until a terminashun statemente is filed. S .1&9.521: universal) kommerciale kode 1 financinge statemente a. sovereigns origeneall enndigeneous naturall divyne kredditore: united states of america moorishe nationall reepublic federall govemmente moorishe american konsulate c/o 911 southe west 314th plase federall way washingtone reeservatione anneiente washington districte for columbia sion new jerusaleme unac 4s3wv gvkz5 b, email thegovernmente@gmail, com c. sende4kkrtowledgementetoo: united states of america moorishe national) reepublic federall governmente moorishe american konsulate Go 911 southe west 314th place federall way washingtone reeservatione annciente washington districte for columbia sion new jerusaleme unac 4s3wv gvkz5 the abuve space is four philing offise uze onley providde debters naim eb[er 1 [Dean Weidner dba AGENT, FIRST AVE SOUTH APARTMENTS LLC] 9757 NE Juanita Drive, Suite #300 [Kirkland, WA 98034] (425) 821+3844 Owner Name: First Ave South Apartments, LLC, rJo Dean Weidner Address: 9757 NF, Juanita Drive, Suite #300 City/State: Kirkland, WA Zip-. 98034 Phone: (425)821-3844 Fax: Email: Signature: r vi r.i»cr ? [David Avenell dba AGENT, WEIDNER APARTMENT HOMES] ande all heires assignes principalls agentes derivativs thereuf 9757 NE Juanita Drive, Suite#300 [Kirkland, WA 98034] (425)250-7312 Davida@Weidner.com Applicant Name: Weldner Apartment Homes, Go David Avenell Address: 9757 NE Juanita Drive, Sulle #300 City/State: Kirkland, WA Zip: 98034 Phone: (425) 250-7312 Fax: Email: davida@weidner.com Signature; [Eric LaBrie dba AGENT, ESM Consulting Engineers] ande all heires assigner principalls agentes derivativs thereuf 33400 8th Ave S. Suite #205 [Federal Way, WA980031 Phone (253) 838-6113 Fax (253) 838-7104 fric.Labrie@ESMCIVFL.com n — - „ Agent (;rdifferent than Applicant) Name: ESM Consulting Engineers, clo Eric LaBrie Address: 33400 8th Ave S, Sulle #205 City/State: Federal Way, WA Zip: 98003 Phone: (253) 838-6113 Fax: (253) 838-7104 Email: eric.labdeQesmcivll-corn Signature: z4i'G „Q•(- 464-,ieel ,i [Brian Davis dba AGENT, DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT] 33325 8th Avenue South [Federal Way, WA 98003-6325) Phone 253-835-2607 Fax 253-835-2609 Brian.Davis@cityoffederalway.com permitcenter@cityoffederalway. com debt r [20-103733-Master Land Use Application-09-28-2020-VI] [MASTER LAND USE APPLICATION ] 03. sovereigne unniversall origeneall enndigeneous kredditore united states of america, en capitis dindnutio nolo, en proprin persona sui juris, all rightes ekxercized at all tymes moorishe nutionall reepublic federall governmcnte 04a, ennter aovereigne moorishe american appellashun all soverigne origeneall enndigeneous moorishe ammeeean autograffs fore this art& all sovereigne united states of america governmente dockumentes are on thee publick wreckord at america. the people who are the sovcrcignc unnivcrsall origeneall enndigeneous nalurall divytrc kredditore en capitis diminullu nola cn propria persona SAi juris en prnprio solo ca proprin hcredcs all r ightes ekksercimd at all tymes 04b. mailinge locatione caire of 9] 1 southe weste 3141, place near [federall waye washingtone terratory] anncientc washington districte fore columbia 05. vroltatcrall' this fnancingc srnterrrcn[c covers bile following raitattxatl: thk;judisbialI verrdicte is a law till finstteinge Witumcntc Ibar covers the followingc koltatcrall: the koliateralI covvcred bye this linancinge stalcmente is t 00,000,000 in gold hacked sovcmigne rurrenc) fire eache wvrrcigne origeneall enndigeneous nncieate ancessuai parcelI the dchtcr occupys an the Ixndc Thar all soveriegne odgicncalI rnadigeneoas moorishe americans whop are the sovcretgne origeneall enndigeneous naturalI divyne united states orarnrricu, to innclude the de jurc moorishe notioreil reepublic federal] govcrnntente, the rnnurishe amcrican konsuIate, ande the rnourishc di%3vc ands aationolI rnovcmcnte of the cart he are hcires to, this is putnuante la anciente sovcreigile supptcnre univcrml) naturall divyne iawc, this is justice ande cnerrrult cnnvocatlonr, id emminente dorninlune by all I ooN who ptrssesre all !ande, all proppeay, artdc all kommerce. the moorishe amcdoin golde standard hay. beene activnitctl. the suvemigno origeneall enndigeneous oWurall divync moorishe ommcrican phlagg shall F]oate at all proppurlies ox our sovcreignr Innde at all tymcs nunc pro tune. 06. checke on ley if applickable ande checke on ley one box collaterall is xx helde en the oniversall truste of the peepel who are the united states of america ande the moorishe nationall reepublic federall governmente. 07 ❑ being udaninn istured by a decedent's personal representative. 07a. check onlcy if applickable ande checke onley one box: ❑ public -finance transaction ❑ manufactured -home transaction xx a debter is a transmittinge utilitee 07b. checke on ley if applikcable ande checke onley one box: ❑ agricultural lien ❑ non-ucc philing 08. alternative designation (if applicabul): ❑ less cilrssor ❑ konsignee/konsignor ❑ seller/buyer ❑ baileribailor ❑ li ccasW icensor 09. opptional filer reference data (maximum principal enndebtedness) we, the moorishe ammericans at northe america, are the exxecutors, ministars, kredditores, klaiments, trusteez ande benephiciaries uv all lande, all nalurall reesources, ande all kommerce. en hariourc, i, pauline denisr rilchie in capitis diminor io aoio, in red ink, in pntpria persona sui juris, in proprio solo, ande in prnprio hrrWn. ande wc. r11t a divyAnc s<ivcreigne beings rlf]irm that we tort Ihoc sovereigns natural ande dki ne heings here cn proklaimed en capitk dim Inutiu nnba ea propria perwnu sui juris on proprio soil, ande en proprin heredes ande dfFinnede bye Iaw full bearthrighte being law fullie universallie quallified ande kommpetem to affinne this dockumente. we therefour plaice ourr sovereigne handes ande seall heretwo ande en favorr of all moorishe amcrican nationally. &pros dey 06 month june year 1442 [2021] ego Bum fb" all soverigne origeneall ennbigeneous moorishe ainitier lrnn a dogreaiis fore thig anbe all gobereigne uniteb states of alnerita gobernmente bockumenteg ,tie all ilwr- publick tureckorb at america. jugtioeg/bi;irg/minigtarg en propria persona gui jurig en proprio Bolo anbe en proprio berebeo, all gobereigne rigf%es exxerciseb at all tpmeo. noribe america/ unto we5te a[frica / goatb america / nortbe gate / abbioininge iB5lambg uniteb 5tate5 of america moorishe national[ reepublick feberall gobernmente c/o 91l souMe we5te 314tb pla5e near [feberall wape W"5 ingtonej wa5hingtone biBtrirte for Columbia Sian new jeru5aletn unnitter5a[l naturan arrea cobbe: 4s3wv gvkz5 amen, amen him bohtd, goemmgoe awaabeeinf go Per W am emntaaam et ego in mete it gaaemmque aamenfif on pet amen eant aolom et in atla en him babii, gaemngae aliteahennf dope[ memm eaen aeam to Qeo In meld it goaemmgae folbennf pope[ mmam cant datum el to melo amen, emm tin onto., geemmq.e eLiig.benni taper amam Qmnt seam a ape in it. tl ggaemmpae iomennf gaper ti t in t.a oatum a in melt no thinge en this law full affidavid, nor oure spokin affidavids, nor our sylent affidavicis shalle be enterpreted ohr konnstmed as konnsente to anye jurisdicshun that is knot en the jurisdieshun of ourr ansciente anneesstratl ennherited esstate at any pointe en tyme, �nvIeePuWIC f"V. Ant !¢ $a>. O 3 M 1alg�tm A At, RECEIVED JUN 15 2021 Community Development Department uniteD OWES; of america moorishe nationall reepublic feberall gobernmente 9e —gorietag republicae ea al maurikanam;- `fie moorishe bibpne anbe nationall mubemente of the earthe northe lnegte amexem + north toegte affrica + northe ammerica + the northe gate all abbjoining iulanbg tetnpel of the moon anbe gun" the true anbe be jute naturall peepleg + heirs of the [anbe unnibergall 0obereigne origeneail innbigeneouo naturals bibpne affibabit knotificatione of sovereigne land yuse ande innhabitatione cfjronag june 10 1442mmcp 1441mgcp 2021gr all rize ande stande. this is a sovereigne livinge annciente artiklle iii moorishe amerikan al moroccan kourte acctione. i ant sovereignc Iivingejustise pau line denise ritchic in capitis diminutin nolo, in red ink, in propria persona sui juris, in proprio solo, ande in proprio heredes. we are the origeneall inndigeneous sovereigne amrciente al moreccan moorishe anicrikan aseendems of the grease pharoahs of kernci andr of the all lrciettte Moab ites aide canaan ices, our fulle faith, ande =to, our allegir nw. ands: our innergy am herebye vested in ourscllves for we are the peepel who arc the arigeneall inndigencous nalurall div}me de jurc moorishe nationall rcepublic fedcrull govcmmen[e. we Iterebvc exxcrcise all sovereigne rights at this time ande at all times nuns pro tu[sc. attention: Ferrell, James A., Niven, Keith, Davis, Brian permitcenter@cityoMderalway.com, planning@cityoffederalway.com, hrian.davis@ciryoffederalway.com, keith.nevitt@cityoffederalway.com proppertie locatione: c/o 32818 lst avenue southe at scathe 328th streete, federall way washington reeservatione unniversall naturall arrea code: 4000 gvj3w lanitude+ longitude: 47.30753,-122.33333 sovereigne parcell lande nummber: 172104+9038 this unniversall sovereigne knotificatione for yuse ande innhabitatione by the peepel who are the moorishe nationall rerepublic kederalI govcmetrunte urthis govemmentc proppertic is herebyc givven. we are the sovereigne annciente urirenoali inndigeneous jurisdictions for this land. all gobereigne arigeneall innbigeneouil annciente bibpne moarighe amerikan dutQjQ for tfjio anbe atl gobereigne arigeneall innbigeneouz uniteb nationeg baekumenteg are an the pubblic rcrhorbir at is lka- ego gum f1. �1 ^ . /Srr7 [�.�,(�8„e juslise vizier ministar in capitis diminutio nolo, in rod ink, in proprin persumr sui juris in proprio sa in proprio heredes. knowtice to agente is knowrice to principall. knowrice to principoll I%abticc to agente. moorishe nationall reepublic federall governmente moorishe american konsulate c/o 911 southe weste 314th plase near federall waye washington annciente washington districte for columbia unniversall naturall arrea codde: 4s3wv gvkz5 1+334+294+9828 amen, amen alto lu,q"—u,,,*alligaveritis super tam, a mnt Ilgata et egoin caelu etquaecumque saW1dtissuperterra„run[solute et in—lo en dico vOtsis, quacumque alligaverit], super [ermm emnt ligata et ego in oelo et quaecumque mlveritis super terrain aunt salute et in caelo a,o mermen dico W,,q—x que alllgaverkt sups terrain eruptllgata etego Inoel0 etquaecumque so Neritis supert—erunt.Il taetln welo t IMPu p lrlti ��i'b ti sear of rh r Y : , "- AP uniteb 5tateo of america moori.9he national[ reepublic feberall gobernmente `>, ~ gotiem republicae ea a[ maurikanoo— 11 moorighe bibpne anbe national[ mubemente of the eartbe northe bteote amexem + norto btegte affrita + northe ammerita + the northe gate all abbioining igglanbg ~tempe[ of the moan anbe gun— �` the true anbe be jure naturall peepleg + beiro of the lanbe unnfbergall gobereigne origeneall innbigeneoug natural( bibpne moorishe american al maroccan muiciente land tittel c/o 32818 1st avenue southe federall way, washington reeservatione all rize ande stande. this is a sovereigne livinge annciente artiklle iii moorishe amerkan al moroccan kourte acctione. i am sovereigne Iivingejustise pauline denise ritchie in capiiis diminutio nolo, in red ink, in propria persona sui juris, in proprio solo, ande in proprio heredcs. we are the origeneall inndigencous sovereigne annciente al moroccan moorishe amerkan ascendents of the greate pharoahs of kemet ande of the annciente moabites ande canaanites. our folle faithc ande truste, our allegiance, ande our innergy are herebye vested in ourwlIves for we are the pcepel who are The origeneall ismdigcnems naturalI divyne de jurc moorishe national] reepublic federal gobemmente. we herebye exxercise all sovereigne rights at this time ande at all times nunc pro tunc, lokaited at maghrib al aqsa, northe amerika, northe weste affrica, the northe gate federall way reeservatione dockumente nummber macw999+99+9999+0003 sovereigne origeneall inndigeneous lande tittel macw999+ 99+9999+0003 united states treasurie caissiers cheque nummber macw999+99+9999+0003 unniversall sovereigne origeneall inndigeneous konsular kourte cause macw999+99+999910003 masster land use affidavid 20+ 103733+o0+up c/o 32818 1 st avenue southe federall way washington reeservatione annciente washington districte for columbia sovereigne annciente parcel) 172104+9038 unniversall natural] arrea code: 4s500 gvj3w lattitude+longitude: 47.30753,-122.33333 unniversall zoning codes g, mu, nc, en honoure, we thec div►-nne sovereigne beings affirm that we acre Moe sovereigne nalurall ande divyne beings here on prokIaimed en capitis diminutio noio en propria persona sui juris en proprio solo ande ett proprio heredes ande affirmcdc stye law full bearthrighte lacing law fullie universallie qualfl-ted ande kommpetcal to of rme this dockumente. we therefour plaice purr sovereigne handes ande seal] herenro ande on favarr of all moorishc antmerican nationalls. kproo dey 06 month june year 1442moon [2021grcy] all goberigne origeneall innbigeneoug mooriobe ameritan autograffg fore tbig botkumente anbe for aff gobereigne uniteb gtateg of america gobernmente bockumenteg are uLlick lnrechorb at america. ego gum N jugti0eg/bi;ir5/minigtar0 en propria persona gui jurig en propria soft anbe en proprio berebeg. all gobereigne rigbteo exxerrigeb at all tpmeg. nortfje america/ north lnegte affrica / goutfj america / nortlje gate / abbioininge fgglambs uniteb gtatel9 of america moori.e;be nationall reepublick feberall gobernmente c/o 911 0outbe Wrote 314tb plate near [feberaU Wape Wa!5bingtone] anciente Wa-9bington bigtr & for cotumbia gion neW jerugarem unniberolt naturaU arrea cobbe: 4s3wv qvkz5 1+334+294+9828 m.n, emM mm malt, goemmgqt Nigehedh. toper tet[em —nu.t ege In ado K queemergoe feWtntit toter lemtm eMN tdab et in mde omen, emM Eim WM , gasmmgee d an"(do top.[ M— emnellgm N egq in raelo e[ goermmgqt feW.nht /epe[ letnm monl tohw d io md. emM Mm eedt, gnsmmque elgigab.dut Septratmm —t hgem Mtge in mda It gotemmgot "Would.. m Whom 1. total. d in mda no Wioge en this law ddl efFdavid, nor sure ap" al6davids, nor our Wlme s®davids shoe be mterprmed ohr komutmed as koormote to anyejumdimhoo thIt is knot m the jurisdi[ahlm uF Darr eaenietde enneeratrall mAemed eaeme at any poime M tyme q�env0lk red"�i s� �+sfl so ..r n 7 .S "'Slim— 42+qo}p AP uniteb gtateg of america moorighe nationall reepublic feberall gobernmente %P°-gorietag republicae ea at maurikanog- V' mooriobe bibpne anbe national[ mubemente of the eartbe nortbe boegte amexem + nortb biegte affrica + nortbe ammerita + the nortbe gate all abbjoining igglanbg -tempel of the moon anbe gun 14% Me true anbe be Tare natural[ peepteo + beirg of the [anbe It% -ix.l.a.m.- `P, unniversall gobereigne origeneall innbigeneouz naturau bibpne livinge mao0ter lanb puge affibabib anbe gobereigne artiklle iii honoular kourte arctione all rize ande stande. this is a sovereign livinge annciente moorishe american al moroccan articile iii konsular kourte akkfione. i am the sovereinge livinge justice paulinc devise ritchie in capitis dimiutio nolo, in red ink, in propria persona sui juris, in proprio solo, ande in proprio heredes. we, the peepel, are the origeneall inndigeneous sovereigne annciente al moroccan moorishe amerikan ascendents of the grcate pharoahs ul' kemet ande of the annciente moabites ande canaanites. we herebye place our full faithe, ttuste, ande kreddit in the peepel who are the sovereign origeneall inndigeneous naturall divyne livinge annciente de jure moorishe nationall reepublic federall govemmente, moorishe amerikan konsulate ande moorishe amerikan konsular kourte. knote: all zoning, designationes ande locations are unniversall ande inntemationall. affidavid nummber: 20+103733+00+up komprehensive ande master land use affidavid+09+28+ 2020+vl projecte naime: al moroccan amerikan exxchange komprehensive projecte proppertie location: c/o 32818 1st avenue southe at southe 328th streete, federall way washington reeservatione unniversall naturall arrea code: 4s500 gvj3w lattitude+longitude: 47.30753,-122.33333 sovereigne parcell lande nummber: 172104+9038 + projecte deescriptione: the komprehensive plan ande zoning deesignationes for this propperty that is allodiallie titled to the governmente shall be a hybrid unniversall zoning deesignatione whiche is 304.1 businesse ande 305.1 eruditione. * type of governments permitte isshued: hybrid komprehensive desigtwfloncizoning ande land moddificatione preevious internationall buildinge codes occupancie type was 306.2 f� 1 low hazard pursuante to moorishe f ire moors hail innspectionc on februarie 08, 1441 mmcy, (2021 grey). konstructione type was hybrid type iii (ordinarie konstructione), ande type v (wood konstructione), ande other to innclude annciente limestone. sight data: sovereigne tax parcell nummber 172104+9038 lot size/acreage 6.0 acres komprehensive designation business/erudition zoning: mu+nc all land ande strucctures are unnder 1he governmente zoning ande kading whiche is g. all lands are hisstoric overlays code h sewer provider: Lakehaven Water and Sewer District fire districte: Southe King Fire ande Rescue tempel districte: federall way washingtoa reeservatione all gobereigne crigeneall innbigeneoug annciente bibpne moorishe amerikan autograffg for thig anbe all oobereigne origeneaIl innbigeneoug uniteb nattoneg bockumenteg are on the pubblic reckorbe at amerika. cljronoo dey G m,.wnth fume year 1442 mmey, 1441 rrtscy 2IC y ego sump r tdirn inutiu Ma, in red ink. in prupriu pc*ona rutpm. in pwpriu solo, jn pfwk) ltcredcs justise vizir minister northe west arnexem northe america northe gate, all sovereigne rightes exxercized at all tymes sovereigne annciente anssestrall enherited jurisdietione. knowtise to agente is knowtise to principall. knowtise to principall is knowtise to agente. moorishe national] reepublic federall governmente moorishe amerikan konsular koune c/o 911 soothe west 314th plase federall way reeservatione washington annciente washington districte for columbia nnniversall nammll arrea code 4s3wv gvki.5 trccou6ifi rnyp is g D f o? 9 an PI4 P @Dp `fie Islam f Alk -fi- �'�w,,,,...F^,.�". e'�•heri ant L o C V O �y g C Qi >-, CL ��e•a O V Ani- A-7 . c 0 r �c ao a ZZa N `row N M Ln 3C-o E uY^oN m ro N 3 c N 0. o a) N a+ rNO� L° r•a C ^ �d E7 u�- V c IIa+,06fD7 Ap1= uniteb nlateg of amerita tnoorig[Je nationals reepublu feberall gubernmentr 9,—societas republ(rae ea al inaurikanao— `3' mearigbe bibpne anbe nationall ntuvemente at the eartbe nartlle weste ainexein + north wear affrira + nortbe antmerita + the nartbe gate all abblsinrng tgdlatibg 0-trntpel of the moon anbe Stitt" `S" the true anbe be lure naturall peeples + heirs of tot, lanbe `�' ^f.a.La.m." yr. unniberoall nuerefgtte origeneall ittltbigeneous natura.11 bibpne affibabit re: master land use affidavid 20+103733-00+up c/o 32818 1 st avenue at 328th streete all nre all& gaildt. This is 1I fior'ereignc livin%C nas5cieate xnihllr til nliwrttchr amerii■att At 11ILKU Eris; iuwrt4 ucetiottr. r am At%trcigne livirigr instot: paulihr denPw dtchit in cop it0 drnttnurkr, solo. In rrd ink. in propria persiittn rut Iaris, to ptopria Soto, snde in jvoptio htredc; uc are ttre otti{encall ntndlttencelw %overctgnr amrcienic al nmraecuis mnnrixlic mwrihm tmenilcnta ut•ute weale pharoahi ut kcntcl ande of the anaeitntr nluahile, 30C. runannites- insr fallC faiths dtldc 11LL90, nut AIW4lmtse, nude our lruiergy arc hercbye vested in ourrccilvrs for we arc Vie perp¢l who arc Ow origeucall InnHigrrreoux nonuin$1 ditysrr de jure riwerfl hr Itatinnnil te:vpubhr h4erult gnvemulceln- wt harabyc exxerciae:tll wvercipe rights al this time and+; ar ell tlm¢s aunt pro tune attention: Ferrell, James A. Niven, Keith Davis, Brian permiteenter@cityoffederalway.com planning@cityefrederatway.com brian.davis@cltyoffederalway.com keith.nev[n@cityoffederalway.com all gobereigne origeneall innbigeneaug anurieute bibpne moorighp amrrikan autografig for this anbe all gotiereigne origeneall innbigrnecuo uniteb nationeg bothumrnte9 are on the pubb(ir reckorbe at anterika. cbroaco tune 09 2021 grcp 1442inmcv 1441ingcp ego gum J�yj�/t�j�.aWL' 'k"n" JUSn SC vlyicr nIII)IRr in caphis diminutio nolo, in rcd ink. in propria persona sui funs in proprio solo in propho hercdcs, knowtice to agent is knoutice to principall, knos ticc to principal l is notice to agcnte- moori.she oalionall reepublic federall governmente moorishe american konsuiale cro 91 1 southe weste 314rh pla-v new federall wkv Washington anncienu washingian dimricle for colambia unnivenall naturall antra codde: 453u� gvk75 amen awNMl�n.awl c.�•�y��il�Fvrulk�nr�rTM✓u�aYr, ayG�r, ocher C��Num�uwlverinrum:�urren �r�nlsr.w Y-ir �yb lrrn,M'�C�n�wo,. eJciimgw ellbMm�i N7ar ,em �M i.. eln.ee. r��,lgr♦nnnail -epi: tuila.r,e^�nlei��la af!r taeb •-eYer•fery.Vtit NA +.�•Y... i., w7rtne9oirrnnK e.ar••Cv-.a�•nN.y.�e.,.�p,-Ianr n. d..��,a�Pe al �i raah U, Y Sara Ak ♦ire^ t L ti � din °c r +rgYrf snn A r.wa.+•' �Ltis�'Ltb i may' uniteb states of anterita moorimbe national[ reepubtic febcrall goberamente %9- ~gocietao repubUrae ea al mattriltanos`'61 moorishe btbpne anbe national( mubentente of the eartbe northe WNW antexem + north War affrita + northe atnmerica + the northe gate all abbjotning ioolanbg P-tempel of the moon anbe mnn~ 14% the true anbe be jure natural( preplem + betro of the lanbe unrubersalf sobereigne origeneall inndigeneous uatnrall Dibpne Iibinge nta>35ter [anb puse affibabib anbe sbberetgne artihile in honstdar kourte arrtiaue all rize ande stande. this is a sovereign livinge anneiente moorishe ameriean al moroccan arliclle iii konsular kourte akktione. i am the sovereinne livinge justise pauline denise ritc:hie in capitis dimiutio polo, in red ink, in proptia persona sui juris, in proprio solo, ande in proprio heredes. we; the peepel, are the origeneall inndigeneous sovereigns anneiente al moroccan moorishe amerikan ascendents of the greate pharoahs of kemet ande of the attnciente moabites ande canannites. we herebye place our full faiths. truste, aside kreddit in the peepel who are the sovereigne origeneall inndigeneous naturall divyne livinge annciente de jure moorishe national] reepubtic tederall governmente, moorishe amerikan konsulate ande moorishe amerikan konsular kourte. knote: all zoning, designationes ande locationes are unniversall ande inntemationall. aftidavid nummber: 20+103733-00+up komprehensive ande master land use affidavidi 09�28-- 2020+vl projecte naime: al moroccan amerikan•exxchange komprehensive projecte proppertie locetione: c/o 32818 1 st avenue southe at southe 328th sireete, federal] .way washington reeservatione unniversall natural] arrea code; 4s500 gtij3w lattitude+longitude: 47.30753,-122.33333 sovereigne parcel) lande nummber: 172104=9038 -r projecte deescrtptione: the komprehensive plan ande zoning deesignationes for this propperty that is allodiallie titled to the governmente shall be a hybrid uttrtiversall zoning deesignatione whiche is 304.1 businesse ande 305.1 erudition. + type of govemmente permitte isshued: hybrid komprehensive designatione/caning ande land moddificatione preovious inntemationall buildinge codes occupancie type was 306.2 f4l low hazard pursuante to moorishe fire moorshall innspeetione on februarie 08. 1441 mmcy, (202) grey). konstructione type was hybrid type iii (ordinarie konstructione), ande type v (wood konstructione), ande uther to innclude anneiente limestone. sight data: sovereigns tax parcell nummber 172104-9038 lot sizeracreage 6.0 acres komprehensive designatione business/cruditionc zoning: mu+nc sewer provider: Lakehaven Water and Sewer District fire districte: Southe King Fire ande Rescue iem,%o tii,;trtcwt micrull w4 tN •%ashingtrnt wevem-ationr all sabereiglte arigeneall irtribigeneatts anudmte bibpne ntanrist)e mneriitan MaIrraffa for Ibis attbe III l•sassrretptsr arigraaail tultaigsnraus kimu t ttaGaltrs ni"Milurtlira arc an dw YLLbuitr retkarbe at amerika. *ones dey 6 moonth juune )^car 1442 n} rwi , 1441 mscy,io21 gna cue slim Gc1. , �� xkbAi x , :n .apili. ❑nffiowlw link+ in rerl Ink, in propria persone+� rn m pinpi►� o*%, In proprio heredes jtwow vise ininislw nonhe wcm wn"em nnrlhe america nortlee pa Ipnc nynln mcxa and at all iy mes 3(wercipe nrmcmte anssesuall enheritod wrisdictione knowise to u4OR is ► Ktiu prmniaall s.,uttl: to prulcipell is knouim to vcntc moorishe nation -all rmpublic federall govermnente nimrishe amerikan konsular kourte c!o 911 souihe "vest 314th plase rederstl way reeservatlone washingmn annciente washington districte for columbin unniversall naiuratl arrea code 4s3wv gvkz3 a``����eevuwfr q,�y� a y•at of r �q wn=g0 c °°qy �� Islam taF A w+wepl uuiteb states of amend moorisllr national[ reeviblir teberall Iyokirenmente ,Ille -samaras tromblirae ra at niaurikanoz' `-' moorisbe bihpne anbe nationals mutInnente id tlye Bart* nertlfr ultstr rime\em + norl4wste Iflrita + northt alflmetto + t4c ADt # gait all abbloinlog Iealanbs 17e-trm91 of tl)r Iheltn anbr sun ter true anbe be lurr naturaU peralee + yews of illy Canoe unniuersYall 5obereigne origeneatl innDigrneous nalttralt bibpnc aftidavid of Nmrittene innitiall unniversall komtnerciale kode l phinansinge statemente liene ande aniklle iii konsular kourte acetione all ripe aside siaode. this is a sovereitnte iivinge anncicnte mnorishc anicrican ai moruccori articllc iii konsular kowle akkimmu. i ary Iho %overonpu nyinge jluiisn paulina doMw aril In rapkis dhnlinin tlulu, in :cd Ink. In prtpnia ilcri000a soi lures, in p oprlo solo, nude In prormo heredcs, i ondc all moon nre the astchdcnis twf the rrniti'icnle immWirs unde tansnniiaa attdc die grrale phnroahs of kcaaw. rl. 4sur Pull iailhe, bone, dlldt kreddii is in Rig p"p91 who are the sovcreigne origeneali inndigencous naturail divyne livinge anncicnte do jure 111001'ishe nati011211 reepublic federal] governmente. moorishe amerikan konsulate antic mnorishe amerikan konsular kourte, dockumente nurnmber macw999-9919999-0002 corsrcigncorigcncall inndigencous Inndctiticl mac-,091)-49-'%091i-0002 united states treasuric cai0Ml S cheque nummhc7 Tnacvio99- 09-9997+00(12 anmversall so, creignc origencall lnnc igen4rous konsular kourre ciutsc rnaew999 `99 ` 9999—U002 sovereigns annaiente parcel) nlimnlber 17104..9038 nationals safe harbure pm_gramme. unkers:Ll wimnpmbial aide fi 9-521 whereh;e nationails uhno philc v.rirtene uni,wsall komrnoraale code liens c:aT phile universall knmmerciale kode Iicncs in anyc aurae to dcbters: cater 11 IF[RST AVE2IUE SOU-111 APAR fh1GN 1'S LW14nde all heires rimignes principalls agents, derivativs thercuf [32819 1ST AVE SOUTH, FEDERAL WAY. WA NMI ande all heires msignes principalR apmes derivative thercuf 32819 I sl Ave S [Federal Way. WA 980231 PARCEL OATA 'Parcel 172104-9038 Jurisdiction FEDERALVMY Name FIRST AVENUE SOUTH Levy Coda 1205 APARTMEN Property Type C Site Address MIA WAVE S 98003 Plat Block i Bullding Number Ge0 Area 55 30 Plat Lot I Unit Number Spec Area puarwr•Section•Township• ORI7%�, ti.ALi.YS NVi•17.21-4 Range Property Name rtLALMAND 11NN'I1, CLUB Legal Description LCT 1 OF REV KC S110RTPLAT 1076W RCC AF e770%,1M70 SD PLAT DAP PGR 01' S'' It. OF Kit 1': 8 POR OF W, IA OF $0., 1 . DESC BEG AT \W COR SO SEC 1 h ALu ',% L% SC SltC $ Q 1. 2.35 `:. 202 68 F" 1 H S 88- 57.22 W 42 FT TAP ON ELY IN 1ST AVE S 8 TPOB TH ALG ELY IaGN SD RD N 01.02.311 E 1804.9 FT TH S 8849-37 E 686 77 FT TH S 01 02.3E W 111224 FTTH S 75dT16 W 25 FT TH S 01-02-38 41.'6B4 39 FT7H N 88-67-22 W 662 71 FT TO TPOS LESS C!M RGTS IN KM 1 A PLal Block: Plat Lou, Number 1,•2?04-5035 i �u�� umlrrr 1 Homo FIR5TAVENLIE SOUTH. APARTIdEN Site 32619 1STAVE S 53003 Add loss LOT 1 OF REV KC SHCRT PLAT 10750-5 REC AF 67708'.0,E7u SD PLAT OAF FOR OF S1`.' 1r; OF Mrd — . ir#8 POR 0E-4AU-1w-0E-G41iiE-14 DE&C GEG A---*• G4q•6DSEG µ 1G':s-I,N•Sfi� GS�t 02 3Ss_T Legal 2922,6E FT'H S 88-57.22 V: 42 FT TAP ON ELY :N 1S7 AVE 5 & TPOB 1 HALG EILYMGN SD RD N 01- 02.38 E 1604 9 FT TH S E8-49-37 E 686 77 FT TH S v1-02.38 "r 1112 2L FT TH S 75-27-1 o'c\' 25 FT TH S 01.02-36 ';;' 484 35 F r —H N 88-57-22 Vi 662 71 FT TO -POS LESS ii Ri iN N1r'1 1' 4 Year 9ulll 1977 Buitding Not Square Foptaga 54425 t OnS VVtttWt Clasy t1:000 FRAME Blliklrngounlity AVERAGE Lot $in! 26138_ Pros ont Ube Heefth Club YWWS, . No WtrteAsom .14nlci_� [Carlos Aguirre dba MANAGER MOBILL MINI S I'ORAGE SOLI HONS] Pride all hcires assignes priucipalls ageli deriaatils thereuf 17200 1771h Ave SE. [Nionroe. WA 982721 caFuir; r:�'mobilemini.cum ScattleSalesrii mnhilernini.cau custscC �,lnohilcmini.com 505.975-531 l f,iarcr wl 7hr lruhly i; roc RUrdc &t - ntom sl:nubiic pee tacckr,nk o,ilubc rd!,nr'nC' pehnliealacr=a, r�ccc.�ars , •.creiauc :,n❑.rsao l �nad,gcr.eouS nsmral: d!:5ne do luc kt-cadilnrc a t_ac oxpt:j ,._hoo a:c rhx onzcr.c_il soecrNgiie e,,iurail di,- nt- u:,it..d.vin--cs urrunerice O9pn $h� nanun;ell roegnbl11 ,edr6III nrn amnientc lacri,risha zcicrican kwlsulatc It til l nori Ntol 3 faih plr:a nearifcdncrnl: +'a�•,,lshlreroectcrcnil anncicntr vish':ne on cisv inc Poi cot-,iml io urni-. orsnu 1dtOWIt .ava cvr< 1Atu% ;IckzS This is in rnu:iallc tiniwrsali rM co:ics ardc •x a<hinglnnc ui;t6crr, fill coluntl,i� sut acigna korles ¢ 28-11-5ia1- F 28:c9-%'2 2&:I-51 bay � 26:9-516b- Y 28:9-520c. § _8:9-52 i tunic all ol.wr applicahcl kod•_c kor,nccrnia;Y 5o1crc:enc llrniVC.I$Z ll origcnczll cnndlacncous rmturall d'uync k:cddi;ore> ande IIlDiLlal phllingcs. 29 9-Q! 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WA 9g003 dba 32910 IST AV F SOUTIi, FEDERAL WAY, WA 980031 andc all hcircs assigner principails apenics derivative thereuf 32910 1 sl Ave S [federal Way, WA 98023) 4cbfcr 2 [Carlos Aguirre dba MANAGER MOBILE MINI STOM&GE SOLUTIONS) ands all hcires assigncs priocipails agentes derivativs thereuf 17200 1771h Ave $17, [Monroe, WA 992721 caguirrcy^4mo bilcm i n i.com Seatt leSalestmob I Icmin i.com custWC(3a mobilemini-com 505.975.5311 0? r�%VFstpne itnnrvQt-Al urlysnralI trntallg4anntsksethtilovc mllcd stnicF of lrrner+ra cn tnpkl Is Slknikuallsr nitln, vat propm POsotin mA plus. all fig lswr rkxeJcin48 u all t}M m moorishe nationall reepublic federall governmentc 114a. C"Aw Ascwlww muwtrbc anwocuu dppellwrhlln all,xa+xvtp; dnpencall 01-Idigenrsta rnrtutshe Cnmirricin atnnKla fs: fu:c Ihi• nndc rill w►Preiftne under! •FKw% or trrnrr rrn 6+ 'etiilnCrtte ifb.-kunlenf $ YC on tile[ pltblwi wit,6*ord tlr wnwi vsL the pe"Ok 07a Arc the tovomtpnc winivelutil ,moll tll cnodigcnt-en0i AM6WIll d1+3uc kreddltiwe m vopiwi dirnlnatko nolu do Vmprla pawns aui rut is ml pinprio Salo e11 pmpliv ktnredea all ngMn ek k0eml?cJ aS all ty nION 04b- madinge locatione cairc of 911 aouthc waste 314LF place ne,u [federal] wa}e ss•w0migurne terralory) annciente e• imigion dislricte fore columbra 0� eullalerltfl. IhiJ firealcirlprs[laeirle womes, tIK- (01omiax ollatrndl i4k judishl ilI vcardlse Is a hm full frtarwingr %mmeme tout cumii Ihr fW lnt+in>ac km iottvall. thw tollaterull vvvared b;v rhls fialuwingr swolveme N 1001,iti10'(01Ire said canrvneF fnv ex:hr mvrreigne erlpen"ll onndlxnmit ittwimit Amv�rul pyrcell Me debw olrctl jwa mi the landc chit ell saverkcl[tte w1jo6watl emlutgeneous mwrrl by mnrricm" %1" arc Jae wvcrdptte J+eikxrcall "Ildiyyomw rwsurall dltyne eliked .tlltM of wtsrrkc& to mncludc the do Jon m[soTlshc nannnall rcvt+ubiiC i6witall yvrurntti mvL IItC mooriftte ow1cm konsurblr, antra the mvorli* dlt+ne ands immm M nus+clnentc of the aslft rat he)rrr to this iii pvnaly % fc ea WNIC-19OW1e1gne wpMum unlversell nluarall dl+;vnc M e. this Is .lususr ands ommail enn+ac-chant etf Immninence dominion hy all 1nOm who pumesaci sif undo. eH pmpum arde all komrrcrec IN manriahr mnerksrri yulde sturldord her bear x9t+tdfcs7, thr wvercigne orlgwieall gttntflgrnoous natured 0-1114 rmwrls w mmarcrit:dn phlagg shall floatc at all proppenies on our soverelgnc lande at all rynles nunc pro tunc- 06- checke onley if apptickable ande ehockc onlcy one box collatcrall is xx helde en the aniversa0 lriLcte ufthe peepel who are the united slates ofamerica ande the moorishe naiionall reepuhhc redcrall govemmeme- 07 O being adminnisicred by a decedent's pemmial representative. 07e. check oniey ifnpplickable unde checke oiley enc box: ❑ public-f mace transaction D manufactured -home transaction xx a debter is a Iransmirtinge wilitce 07h. checke onlec if applikcable ande checke oniey one box: ❑ agricultural lien Zj non-ucc philing j 08 aliernadve designation (if app)icabul )• ❑ lessste'icssor O konsignee'konsignor 13 Kelierrlbuycr ❑ halledhailor G limnseeflicensor 09. opptiunai filer reference data (maximum principal enndebiedness) we- the monrishe ammericans at northe americe, are the exxecutors, ministan, kreddilores, klaiments. irvaieez ande benaphiciarles uv all lande, all naturall recsources, wade ail kommerce en hanoure. i. pauline denise rlichie in capids diminutio nolo andc wn, thee divynnc saveretlmc beings affirm thol wv arre thee sovereigne naturall ande divyne beings here en proklaimed an capltis diminutio nolo an pmpna persona sui juris en propriu solo rWuca1[dt-ATlrralydr b)e.lna_ rull..hcuthrWiw_It`iuA.Jnla.lulltr_untlleswcite.µuailif:+ti .+unis_RUnIII'Ipsls&� so aMrme this dockumcntc. we them four pll,i ec outs sovereigne hand" ands sat heretwo Ande en favarr kit al, Illatlrl.Stle AnVONAII nadonalls, hgroa day 07 month februarry rear 1441 [2021) ege scum all tioberigne origmeall ennbigeaeoua maorislbe snnnvrtrwR�tltogralfn fore tl;if anbe all 00bereipt uniteb Vatefd of amerira gobernmente borhumenteo are on tllee publirh ttlrrrkorb at ataerica. ju6[ige6/bi;ira/mini9tar¢ en prbpria peroana oui juris en proprio solo anbe en proprio Oprebeo. all sobereigne riglors exureigeib at all tpmeg. 110f1he AInPYIfA/ north tlleate atfr{ta / South amertt8 / itortlle gate / Abbtalltlltge Halambs t[tllltb vattf of 01ntriat ntoorisbe nononall reepubtirh Itbcrail gobernownre r/e 011 vauthr Wrote 314th plaer near [febriall tuape iaaefjinptont] w"llinataae biatrirtr for Columbia Coon nett 1MIJI IR umdaersall naulrAll arres tobbe:4s.3w,r gvk7S Imes � b,/ Ip M1, rwrv.r Jalgrnli..uyn rrrr rrw� nay rc roe r0 rar.n gwiwnoee.�aM .O><t urr® ernnl nlaY m b utb em,..an To .omi, q.emegpt ealpJpmOe •u0ac Ini mm Upm a ry. m udo Il00arcum0uc Aamin Ion ammo Muni Hl.le n p a W JMrn 11ef11ero 1eaK, rIM11MWI anlala.nll..Mrtt vl[�-01 u.- wie utlo oq—., WYinM vFr bran—tf.fW [I in ulte at, thingerr,{bis Inr euii+Ifid4vA inm ow( •., nkln nffldu ,d$ nn a:.):lrni atTdavidt+hslkirevlttnrtctsd,gw krnlmuuuf at Rowisentt'w We V Jul iadlOhU i that i.lumt eu Ihs}utl.dlc hon IIrWrt atnctonu wncpurnlirnirflsri[rdrastalcat ury poioic n, nrne Orae VLAeyd. >wntit, w~ ■• n t y 'ti•,o,,,,rat,r,�,+P 'after 99% rfr I M C - - L _? - 11111t0 Statrs of alnerlta inoorisbe natlonalf rrrpuhilt feberafl goltrrninentr 1' -Warm rrpuihcae ra at aaatikanoa ` 9- lnaorid[)r Dlbpne mk national[ matmfnte of tly tarll]r notfgt Write amrxem + nortymeeu aflrtra + nnrof ammrrila +ter 10tiht gate a[t abbloining isslantl 0-remyrl of tl)r moon anit ion ` �- Of true ante be IM naturall VC401fb + ljrlrs of Of hobs b'—i.s.U.m. " V' unnibersall gabereigne, orlgeneall innbigenrous naturall biupne affridavid of writtene innitiall unniversall kominerciale kode 1 phinansinge statetnente liene all rize ande stattde, this is a sovereigne livinge annciente moorishe american al morocoan artielle iii konsular kourte akktionc. i am the sovercinge livinge jususe pauline denise ritchic in capitis dimiudo nolo, in red ink, in propria persona aui juris, in proprio solo, ande in proprio heredes, i ande all moots are the ascendents of the annciente moabites ande canaaniies ande the greats phantahs or kemmett, our full faithe, truste, ande kreddit is in the peepei who are the sovereigne origeneall iundigeneous naturall divvne livinge annciente de jure moorishe nationals reepublic federal! governmente, moorishe amerikan konsulate ande moorishe amerikan konsular kourte. dockumente nummher ntacsv999-99+9999-0003 xnvereigne origcneall inudigmcous !ande iirel macw999=99+9999+0003 unniversallsnvereigneorigeneallinndigencouskonsularkourtecause macw99 A90999y0003 sovereigne anneiente parcel) 172104-9038 nationals safe. harbnro programme univcmall commcrshial code J 9-521 aherebve nationalls whop phile wrinene urliveisall kommercialc code liens can phik universal] kommcrcialc kode Ilcnes in agvc slale, Lo rs: I [Dean 1Veidnerdba AGENT, FIRST AVE SOUTH APARTMENTS LLC1 9757 NE Juanita Drive, Suite 0300 [Kirkland, WA 980341 _(425) 821+3844 Owner � Name: First Ave South Apartments, LLC, c/o Dean Weidner Address: 9757 NE Juanita Drive, Sulte#300 Cit /Slnw Kirkland, WA Zip: 913034 Phone (425)821-3644 Fax: Email; 5ignnturo: �— �� t [David Avenell dba AGENT. WEIDNER APARTMENT HOMES] ande all heires assigner principalls ngentes derivalivs thereof 9757 NE Juanita Drive, Suite 9300 [Kirkland. WA 98034] (425)250-7312 Davida(u Wcidncr.com jF.ric laBrie dba AGENT, Applicant Name: Weidner Apartment Homes, clo David Avenell Address: 9757 NE Juanita Drive. Suite #300 City/State: Kirkland, WA zip: 98034 Phone: (425) 250-7312 I :ix: Email; devide@weidner.00m Signature: 4eblef ESM Consulting Engineers] ande all heires assignes principalls agcnics deriv'ativs thcrouf 33400 8th Ave S. Suite 4205 [Federal Way, WA 98003) Phone (253) 93M113 Fan (253) 838-7104 Eric.Labric@,—ESMCI V 1L•com It Agent (ifdifCerew than Applicant) Name: ESM Consulting Engineers, eJo Eric LaBrie Address: 33400 8th Ave S, Suite #205 Cily/Stale: Federal Way, WA Zip: 98003 Phone: Fax: Email: Signature: (253) 838-6113 (253) 838-7104 eric.labrie@esmcivil.com tkkla[3 [13rian Davis On AGENT, DI PARTMGNT OF COMMUNI I Y DhVI"11)'MI',NT] 33325 8th Avenue South [Federal'A-kv, WA99003-6325] Phone 253-835-2607 Fax 253-835-2609 L?rion •l7av i s'pcRyof%deralaay.cmn permi lcenten)icityo ffederaltvay.com d014 '5 [20-103733-Mastcr land Use Application-09-28-2020.4' I J [MASTER LAND USE APPLICATION ) glad on the pubblic reekorde nt moorish american consulate public records page facebook youtube Al other pubblic reckordes as we so proklaintc sovermgnc oripcncall cnndigeneom naturall div ne dc,, L m. kredditore is dre pcepul whoe are tbce origehcnl l enndigeneous sovcreigitlr. naturall divyne united states ofamerice moorishe nationW reepublic fedemil governmente moorishe amerikan konsulate ob 911 southe west 314Ih phew Rderall way washingtonc rceservationc anocienre Washington districts for Columbia sion ncw,1crum1cme unac 4s3w•v gvlv5 this is an Innitialle univeisall emmntcr.shlal code 1 philing pur:wanw le%% universall comrnershial a)des ande vaashingtone disnricte for eolutnhia Sovereigne k(ides C 28:9-501, S 28:9-502, ti 28:9-516a, § 28:9-516b. ¢ 28:9-520e, ii 28:9-521 ands all other applicabul kodcs kunrimming v0%weilme unntvtrstdl wit; WdlI clsndilietxous ntuunll div) ne krcdditnrce mdc inninal phltiagcs, 6 28:9.52 t univcssJl writtere finanrinW stcttcnwntcc - a phifinp or3iu drat aaepim writtehe %=kords iimyt not ref use to mvefrtt a "riume inntliull rinamingc suttcmcnte in this fond andc fnn at cssccpl for a rmoth +cc forth in § 19-9-31Atftl cntitlod -%%-hat konstitutes phi Iioj.: clli:cica%oncaa ul'philing".(a) exx"lui%fc utheimiw pro %idcd irr snbstciclwn lb), communication of a wreekord to a philing ofTise ande tender ul'the philing fee or acceptance of the wrc:ckord by the philing oMsc konsikules philing. Q 28:9.501 philing olTisc. cx.xcept as othemyse prov),ded in subsecktion (b), if the locall law of the districts govems perphmtion of a sovereigone fmnteresw liene, the of ise in ,hiche to Me a financings suuemenre to perfecte the snvereigne innterest Ilene is: (I) the Wreckorder of dads. if (b) the financinge statemente is filed as a phlxture philing ande the eollateratl is goods that we • nr arc to became phixtures: or (2) the rnayurc in all other cases. including a case in whiche the collaterall is gomis than are or une to become phimures andc _....--i the tinwicinge siatemente is not filed w, a phixture philing. Ih) the nl3ise hn whlehe rn file a tnancinge statemcnle to perfect a sevcrctgne ininctemc in collatctall. including pltimwrma of a mbimmitting utiiitle is the orilse uflhe ttsj�ore, the financinge statements also konstiluto a pilklure philing as to the collaterali indicated in the financings slatcmcntc whiche is or is to bokome phivtures. 29:9-515 duration ande el%cktiveness of financinge statemente; tffect uflapsed financinge staiemente (f) ifa debtor is a Lrannsmitting utilitie ande o maild innitiall financinge suttemente so indicates the financinge statemente is effective until s tcrtminashun slatcinente is tileti sue; 2521: ` " vnnivirsall'kommcielnk ko' ci' mancl fgc stasWe—Wn`n c a sovereign origcneall enndigenwus naimall divyne kredditore: united stales of amcrica moorishe nationall mpublic feclerall govemmcnic monrishe american konsulate clo 9)1 soudie tvest 314th p4se federall way mo;hiogmne reeservatione annciente Washington diwicte Poi coiumbia gion n" jorusaleure unac 40wv yvkz5 h. email thegovemmente:dgmadl. com c sends akknom lvc lgcmenie too: united states of amcrica mourishe nationall rccpubhc frOerull governments moor! she ameriean konsulate Co 911 southe west 314th plasc federrill way wnchingtone reeserrancmc annciente v ashtnalon dlsrrlcte for coiumbia Sion ncµ icrosnkcmc unac 40%N yt'kz-', the ahuve space is tour ohiling o@isc uzc onlcy prm idde debiers maim ;.chic, 1 (Dean Wcidncr dba AGENT, FIRS 1 AVE SOUTH APARTA16N1'S LLCI 9757 NE Juanita Drive. Suite #300 (Kirkland. WA 98034] (425)821+3844 Owner Name: First Ave South Apartments, LLC, c/o Dean Weidner Address: 9757 NE Juanita Drive, Suite #300 City/Statc: Kirkland, WA 74s= 98034 Phone:: (425)821-3844 Fax: Email; Signature: r d6ter 2 jDavid Avencll dba AGENT, WEIDNER APARTMENT HOMES) ande all heires assigns principally agentes derivatiss thercuf 9757 NE Juanita Drive, Suitc #300 (Kirkland, WA 980341 (425)250.7312 Davida ��H'eidner,cum Applicant Name: Weidner Apartment Homes, do David Avenall Address: 9757 NE Juanita Drive, Suite #300 CitAtate: Kirkland, WA Zip; 9BD34 ' Phone: (425)250-7312 Fax: Email: devida0weklner.com Signalurc; [Eric LaBrie dba AGENT. ESM Consulting Engineers] andc all heires amignes principally agenlcs derivativs thcrcuf 33400 8th Ave S. Suite #2O5 [Federal Way. WA 980031 Phone(233) 939.6113 Fax(253)839.7104 ri Erlc.LabriCta.ESMCI V I l..com II Agent (ift1hrerent than Applicant) Name: ESM Consulting Engineers, r10 Eric LeBrle Address_ 33400 81h Ave S, Suite #205 CitylState: Federal Way, WA zip: 98003 Phone: (253)838.6113 Fax: (253)838-7104 Email: eric.labrie@esmcivll.com Signature: &,iic, A oraJl_ ,& ogbw g [Brian Davis dba AGENT, DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENTI 33325 8th Avenue South [Federal Way, WA 98003-632$1 Phone 253-835-2607 Fax 253-835-2609 Iirian.Davis dc ityofi'ederal w•ay.com perm! Icen[ena,cityolTetlerahvay,com [20-103733-Master Land Use Applicelion-09-28-2020-VI I [MASTER LAND USE APPLICATION 1 03. sovereigne unniversall origeneall enndigeneous kredditore unitetl slates oramerica. en capiris diminutio nolo, en propria persona sui juris, all righter ekxercized at all Hanes moorishe national! rcepublic 1'ederall governmenle 04a. ennter sovereigne moorishe ameiican appeIlash un ali soengne origeneall enndigeneous moorishe ammerican ailtogr^ fore this nude ail sovereigne united states ofamerica goverrirnwe dockurnemcs are on Lhce publick wreckord at amoica. the pccplc who are the sovereigne unniversal) urigeneall cnndigeneous naturall divyne kroddicore en capitis diminulio nolo on propria persona sui juris on proprio solo on proprio heredes all right¢; ekksercired AL all tNneS 04h, mailingelocationc caire u1 911 Soothe wesle 314'' plese. near II'edemll way¢ washinglorle lermioryj anaciente wavhinglon districre fore cohimbia fly cullaterall: this financings slatemcnte covers the following collalerall: Ibis judishiall verrdicte is a law full financinge statements that euvers the followinge kollaterall, the kollaterall c.ovvered by this tlnancin0e stateatente is I(Ht,00fi.0(H) in gold hacked sovereigne currency fore eache sovereigneorigeneall enndigeneous ancienre ancesstral pareell the debtor mcupys on the lande that all soveregne origicneall enndigeneous moorishe americans whoa are the sovereigne origencall enndigeneous naturall divyne united states of america. to inrichtde the de jure moorishe nationall reepublic federall governments, the moa4she amerlean konsulate, ande the moorishe divyne andc nationall mosememe oothe eatthe are iieires to this is pursunnlc to aucienle sovereigne suppremt universal] nalurall divvnc lave. this is iustise ankle altentull ennvocalione of ernminenle dominions by all moors who possoasa all Iandc, all propperty. ands all kommerec the moorishc amcrican gold¢ standard haz bccnc activaited. the sovcrclgne origcneall cnndigeneous naturall divyne moorishe ammerican phis" shaill 0 owe at all proppertics on our sovereigne landc at all q mes nunc pro tune. 06. chccke onley if applickablc andc chccke oniq one box coilacerall is xx helde on the universall truste ufthe peepel who are the united states ofamerica ande the moorishe nationall reepublic federall govemmenie 07 0 being adminnisiered by a decedent's personal representative. 07a check cmley if npplickablc ands chccke onlcy one box: ❑public•Fnancetransaction ❑inanufactured-hometransaction xx a dehter is a transmitting¢ militee 071h. chccke onley if applikeahle ande checke onlo ont box: 0 agricultural lien ❑ non-ucc. philing 08- altemative designntion 01'applicabul): ❑ lessee•lessor ❑ Wnsigneclkonsignor 0 selledbuyer J bailer(bailor ❑ liconscc.licensor 09, opptional filer reference data (maximurn principal cnndobtedn"t ) we, the moorishe ammericaris at northe america, are the c):xccutors. ministers. kredditores. klalments. trusteez ande bcnephiciaries us all lands, all natural reesouiecs, ande rill kommerce. on honoure. 1. pauline denise ritchie in capitis diminulio polo, in red ink_ in propria persona sul juris in proprio snlo, ande In proprio heredes, ande w'e, ]het divynne sovereigne beings affirm that we arrc thee sovereigne narurall ande divyne beings here en prokiaimed en capitis diminulio nolo on propria persona sui juris on proprio solo ande on proprio heredes andc aft rmede bye law full tmanbrighle being law fullie unirl r - lit quallified ande kommpetent io alGrme dlis dockumente. we thereibur plaice ourr sovereigns handes ands seal) herehrn ande ca favorr of all moorishc shierlcan>ttltiuml Was dey 06 month june yearp 1442 [20211 , eqo sum aii "Ife♦ alle,onapfli til-enilbiUPIIIIDtr:-Iti00vir,be aIII ol'ri[ail Aulagiaftloif 0is -lnbr aII,mom Wil? uniteb stater[ of amerita gobernmentr borkumentes arc on tiler # Alltrk tluretkorb at amerita. JunTtDes/bi;irslutinistarf> en prnpria persona sui juns rim propric Salo anbe en proprio fjerebes all sobereipt noted rxxertion at all 1pmeo. narlbe arneldca/ norti torrte offnra ; soutq amenca / nort5t aalt / ebbioiningP iasloutba vaneb stluc5 of America mourigbe natlonafl reepublirk leberall tlatieramettte t/o 911 soutpe weste 314M place near Ileberan toape mas()inptanej raaspingtonr biatrate for eoltrmbta glen nets lrrtmelem unitiborfan namralt arrea [abbe: 483wv Ap-W icfm, amn Au uPNi.OaMIPP�fOWrPGMOivDR urns avd Will, dfro1 W11 11000INm00f10 lt,, 0tM 1-11 IIAPIf0t04'till u110 xRa. tam vol WAs. paten+ -Wpm Irntla 1 I 1 nIri rgrr tr s mn ea® rt e -h ,W VY >.m �m MW Ilfib fir��Ipll fPWY YIIY R111 h� P11(J rP 0�P 11 �YsnRf /Pal'Illlf IPe,`f Mrfl� flPllt rtl®rt M oNe m ittinge rn this law fo11 olTidavid, nor ogre spokln offidavidr, nor our sylent affidav ids shalla he enterpreted tdu korimtrocd as konnrentc to Yn)' juf fsd) Fhun Ihet i5 knur em 111e jull5d' X,A of uum ar166wue aola B&slralI "nheriud es6jalt :1 w), polnle oa g1mc Out ulalle red -Anilq �r • yf■ R �Z ?p p �� 4 flsllaam ! . I i � Y uniteb states of atiterira moorishe nationall trepttblit feberall goberninente 511 —socirtae repuulicae ea al ntaurikaaa5" 9" moorLotjr biupne anbe nationall ntuuemente of the eartlle northe WP51e amexem + nartljtve5tr affrira + northr antinertra + for nnrlhe gatr all abbloining is5lanb5 `P' ^lentpei of ttte moan anbe sun tfie true ante Dr lure naturals Decplr5 + Ovies of the [anbe `P' —t,5.l.a.m.— V" the unnibergaT[ sobereigne origeneall imlDigeneons stanDirtge g>aUcrttntettte watt t3tanDeS anbe to affirnteb at antuiente mororto ittonnt olputpus, annciente tuavllington Districte for rolumbia —he or, - w1�1-11,.-1 Conti --.n.',., ^n'—,, -".,, — gat all rite ande stande. this is a sovereigne livinge annciente moorishe arnerican al tnciroccan articlle iii konsular kourie akkticnte i ant the sovereigne livinge justice pauline denise ritchie in capiLis dimiutio nolo. in red ink, in propria persona sui juris, in proprio solo, ande in proprio heredes i ande all moors herebye place our full faithe, trusLe, ande kreddit in the peepel who arc the sovereigne origeneall inndigeneous naturall div;nc livinge annciente tie jute tnoorishe nationall reepublic federall governmente. ninorishe amerikan konsulate ande moorishe amerikan konsular kOLlrte, 41 kongresse sessione iii chappier 62 4 use chappter 3 seatt uv governmente tiltel 4 districte for columbia created ande constituted is sovereigne livinge korpu, sartktum for municipall pirposes. whereas this law is herebve made by the unniversall sovereigne origeneall inndigeneous naturall divyne united states for amerika kongresse that all lands that are page ande parcel] at the terratorie that is the united states for amerika inn kluded within the preesente lands that arc the annciente districte for columbia is herebye kreated innto a govemntente by the appellatione of olympus washingion districte for columbia, by whichc appellatione it is herebye konstituted a suvereigne livinge standinge korpus sanktuni for municipall pirposes ande may kontracle ande be kontracted withe_ soo ande be sooed, to kourte, to be imnipleaded, have a seall ande exercise all uther powers of a sovereigne livinge standinge municipall korpus sanktuni alignned withe the constitulione ande laws for the united states and the proovisiones of this low. chapter iii — the standinge governrnwne scatt 71. permanent standinge govcnmicntc scan 72 pubhFic offices at the standinge governmente Scott 73• reemoval uv standinge govemnnonte scatt §71 permanent standinge governmente seat all lands that are pane ande parcel] at the terratoric that is the united states for amerika innkluded wilhin the preesente lands rhat are the annciente districte roe columbia shall be the permanente govermnenic seatt for the united states. (july 30, 194; ch. 389, 61 stattute 643) §72. pubblic offices at the standinge governmente seatt - all offices attacht to the tovemmente stall shall he exxercised at the annciente districte for columbia ande nott ellse where exxcepte as utherwise exxpressly provvided by sovereigne lave. {July 30, 1947 ch. 389. 61 stattute 643) g73• reemoval Ltv standinge govemntente seatt - inn the cause uv the preevalence u%; a konntagious ur eppidemic dissease at the govetnmente suit, the preccedente may permiltc ande directe the reemovell of any or all the pubblic offices to suche usher place or places as the preecedente shall deem moste safe ande konveniente for kon