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FEDRAC PKT 11-23-1999City of Federal Way City Council Finance/Economic Development/Regional Affairs Committee Tuesday, November 23,1999 City Hall 5:30 p.m. Mt. Baker Conference Room (formerly Administration Conference Room) AGENDA 1. CALL TO ORDER 2. PUBLIC COMMENT 3. COMMISSION COMMENT 4. COMMITTEE BUSINESS A. Approval of October 26, 1999 Meeting Summary B. Toro InField Pro 3030 Purchase (Reuter) C. Intergovernmental Update (Matheson) D. Public Facility Feasibility Study (Matheson) E. EMS Task Force — Appoint Jim Hamilton (Matheson) F. Institutional Network Agreement (Sadri) G. Sprint Fiber Optic Franchise for S. 3201h, S. 324`h and SR99 (Sterbank) H. Western Wireless — Lakota Park Wireless Site Lease (Sterbank) I. Self -Propelled Asphalt Paver Bid Award (Salloum) J. Use Tax For Using Natural or Manufactured Gas (Mosley) K. Monthly Financial Report (Mosley) L. Vouchers (Mosley) 5. COMMITTEE REPORT 6. FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS 7. NEXT MEETING: December 21, 1999 at 12:00 p.m. Action Action Information Action Action Information Action Action Action Action Action Action Committee Members City Staff Mary Gates, Chair Iwen Wang, Management Services Director Jeanne Burbidge Sun So, Administrative Assistant Linda Kochmar (253) 661-4080 City of Federal Way City Council Finance/Economic Development/Regional Affairs Committee Thursday, October 26, 1999 City Hall 5:30 p.m. Council Chambers MINUTES Committee in Attendance: Chair Mary Gates, Members Linda Kochmar and Jeanne Burbidge. Staff Members in Attendance: Iwen Wang, Management Services Director; Marie Mosley, Deputy Director Management Services; Mehdi Sadri, Information Systems Manager; Tho Kraus, Financial Planning Supervisor; Mari Doring, Financial Analyst; Derek Matheson, Assistant to the City Manager; Bob Sterbank, Assistant City Attorney; Jennifer Schroder, Parks, Recreation, & Cultural Services Director, Mary Faber, Recreation Manager; Cary Roe, Public Works Director, Marwan Salloum, Street System Manager. Others in Attendance: Allan Smith, Arts Commission Member; Debra Coates, Economic Development Executive; Alison Corrigan, President, Federal Way Chamber of Commerce; Erik Derr, Reporter, Federal Way News; George LeMasurier, Publisher, Federal Way Mirror. CALL TO ORDER Chair Mary Gates called the meeting to order at 5:30 p.m. 2. PUBLIC COMMENT None 3. COMMISSION COMMENT None. a) Approval of October 1, 1999 meeting minutes Motion to approve by Jeanne Burbidge, seconded by Linda Kochmar. Motion carried. b) InterQovernment Update Derek Matheson updated the Committee on regional and legislative issues. He highlighted on the tomorrow's presentation by City staff on buildable lands issue to the GMP Commission, Suburban Cities draft; and Regional Sewer Plan, etc. He mentioned the City of Federal Way's Sister City Hachinohe, Japan business leaders met with Westwood Inc. and four visitors from Hachinohe University visited Highline Community College. C) Y2K Update Mehdi Sadri updated the Committee on the Internal Hardware and Software Systems for City Hall, Police Station, and other City facilities for Y2K compliance. Cary Roe presented an update on the progress of the Emergency Planning Committee. He mentioned that 51,000 Y2K Preparedness Brochure was distributed inside and outside of City limits which includes the service areas of Lakehaven, Fire, and the Federal Way Public School districts and the Safety Fair held on October 2 -3rd in the SeaTac Mall. The Emergency Operations 11/19/99 L-\1026 MIN_doc Center will be activated on December 31" at 8 p.m. - 2 a.m. and minimal staff from Public Works, Public Safety, and PARCS department will be on hand. Also, if a power outage occurs an auxiliary power will be available to the Police station and Steel Lake Maintenance facility. The State will conduct a Y2K communication exercise on November 4' to test communication linkages with the phone, internet, fax systems, etc. Derek Matheson gave an update on the contingency planning for City employees. Each department has assigned a liaison to help handle emergencies and a centralized list of services was developed. Also, Monday, January Yd will be taken as a City holiday versus Friday, December 31. d) Celebration Park 2% for the Arts Funding Project Allan Smith presented a slide show of past art works from selected artists Gloria Bornstein and Nick Lyle and Jean Whitesavage to the Committee. Mary Faber gave an overview of the Celebration Park 2% for Art Project and background information on selected artist Gloria Bornstein and alternate Nick Lyle and Jean Whitesavage. Motion to approve the review panels artist recommendation for the Celebration Park 2 % for the Art project by Jeapne Burbidge to forward to November 2"d Council for approval, seconded by Linda Kochmar. Motion carried. e) Economic Development Executive 2000 Work Plan Derek Matheson gave an overview of the Economic Development Executive (EDC) program. He highlighted on the Oversight/Operating Structure that consists of a Policy Oversight Committee and Technical Team. He mentioned the key roles and responsibilities for both groups. Iwen Wang presented the Committee with the EDE Proposed Scope of Work for the Year 2000. She asked for Committee feedback. The Committee had some suggestions and changes to the work plan. Discussion ensued. Mary Gates requested that the Oversight Committee meet monthly for now. Motion made by Linda Kochmar to forward to November 2"d Council for approval, seconded by Jeanne Burbidge. Motion carried. f) Proposed Nextel Wireless Lease — Sacajawea Park Bob Sterbank presented the Committee with an overview of the proposed Nextel Wireless Lease. He highlighted on the basic terms of the proposed space lease from Nextel at Sacajawea Park for a wireless antenna lease. The Committee discussed the changes to the lease. Motion to approve with changes by Jeanne Burbidge to forward to November 16th Council for approval, seconded by Linda Kochmar. Motion carried. g) Message Board Bid Award Marwan Salloum presented the Portable Changeable Message Board Bid Award to the Committee. He informed the Committee that a $30,000 budget was set aside to purchase a message board. A bid was received from Display Solutions for $24,054.49 which is below 200/0 of the budget. Marwan requested the Committee to award the lowest bidder Display Solutions in the amount of $24,054.49 for the message board and utilize the remaining $5,945.51 towards the purchase of the a self propelled paving machine. Motion to approve by Jeanne Burbidge to forward to November 2nd Council for approval, seconded by Linda Kochmar. Motion carried. I t/19/99 1:\1026 MPl.doc h) Monthly Financial Report Marie Mosley reviewed the Monthly/Quarterly Financial Report with the Committee. She highlighted on the Real Estate Excise Tax. Motion made by Jeanne Burbidge to forward to November 2"d Council for approval, seconded by Linda Kochmar. Motion carried. i) Voucher Marie Mosley presented the vouchers for approval. Motion made by Linda Kochmar to forward to November 2°d Council for approval, seconded by Jeanne Burbidge. Motion carried. 5. NEXT SCHEDULED MEETING November 23, 1999 at 5:30 p.m. in the Mt. Baker Conference Room. ADJOURN Chair Mary Gates adjourned the meeting at 12:44 p.m. Recorded by Sun So 11/19/99 [:11026 MIN.doc CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL FINANCE/ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT & REGIONAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE Date: November 17, 1999 From: Kurt Reuter, Athletics and Specialized Services Manager Subject: Toro Infield Pro 3020 Purchase Background: The initial request for capital equipment purchases for Celebration Park totaled four pieces. Four pieces of equipment were purchased this year. They consisted of three John Deere Gators (utility carts) and one 52 inch deck mower. The total amount approved for this equipment was $46,548.00. A total of $30,385.91 was spent to purchase these four items. We are requesting that a fifth item be approved for purchase utilizing the remaining funds from the approved capital purchases account. The item to be purchased is a Toro Infield Pro 3020 with a Rahn infield groomer attachment. The purchase price of this machine with the attachment is $12,295.00. We are requesting to purchase a demonstration model of this machine. The price for a new Infield Pro 3020 with a Rahn groomer attachment is $15,519.00. The savings realized by purchasing a demo model is $3,224.00. The vendor has guaranteed to provide full two year factory warranty even though this machine is a demonstration model. The machine will also be serviced prior to delivery. Incidently, the machine we would like to purchase is the same machine used at Safeco Field this season, so it has obviously been well maintained. The vendor we request to purchase from is Western Equipment Sales. They are the area distributor for Toro Products. No other agency is able to provide this machine for this price because they would have to purchase the machine from Western Equipment and then sell it to the City plus their additional markup. Committee Recommendation: Approve the purchase of one Toro Infield Pro 3020 with a Rahn groomer attachment in the amount of $12,295.00 plus tax from the savings in previous capital equipment purchases for Celebration Park. APPROVAL OF COMMITTEEREPORT: Committee Chair Committee Member Committee Member CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL FINANCE, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT & REGIONAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE Date: November 23, 1999 From: Derek Matheson, Assistant to the City Manajo Subject: Public Facility Feasibility Study — Scope of Work Background: Earlier this year, the City Council set aside $37,500 of year 2000 hotel/motel tax revenue for a convention/performing arts center feasibility study. The Lodging Tax Advisory Committee (LTAC) has prepared a scope of work for the study, which calls for analysis of a number of public facility options, including a convention/exhibition hall, a conference/community center, an arts center, a field house/sports center, or some combination of facilities.' The scope of work anticipates issuing a Request for Proposals (RFP) in the fourth quarter of 1999, with consultant selection and actual work occurring in the first quarter of 2000. As LTAC is an advisory committee, staff is seeking Council authorization before issuing an RFP. Committee Recommendation: Authorize staff to issue an RFP for a public facility feasibility study based upon the attached scope of work. APPROVAL OF COINIMI'l-rEE REPORT: ' ;f Committee Chair Committee Member Committee Member I LTAC is expected to formally adopt the scope of work at its Nov. 22 meeting. FEDERAL WAY PUBLIC FACILITY FEASIBILITY STUDY DRAFT SCOPE OF WORK AND PRODUCTS Purpose: To determine the feasibility of developing an activity center in Federal Way that will generate tourism revenue and serve community needs. Types of activities that might be considered include: conventions, exhibitions, and trade shows; business meetings and conferences; performing arts productions (music, dance, drama); visual arts/crafts exhibits; sporting events (exhibitions, competitions); and community events (festivals, graduations). Types of facilities might include convention/exhibition hall, conference/community center, arts center, field house/sports center, or some combination of facilities. The study will include an analysis of viability for any recommended facility, including the identification of local/regional customers (user businesses or organizations), service providers (event sponsors or promoters), and facility sponsors (funding sources, including corporate and government partnerships). The study will identify specific market niche opportunities, including strengths and weaknesses; probable impact on other, existing facilities; impact on public services and infrastructure; and estimated capital and operational funding requirements. Timeline: Issue RFP in the 4t' quarter of 1999, with consultant selection and actual work to start in the 1 't quarter of 2000. Key Products: Market inventory and trends — Identify the industry trends for facilities, including existing and proposed changes in such facilities and capacities in the general Puget Sound area. The information should include: the facility's customer base, occupancy or usage rates including frequency and attendance; the providers who generate activities for the facility; the sponsors who provide funding to such activities; and the partners that invest in such facilities. Most Feasible Facility — Considering the local/regional demographics, identify the type, size and general location of the facility that would be most likely to succeed in Federal Way. Public/Private Investment — Based on the most feasible facility, identify the likely cost to develop such a facility; the likely public and private funding partners; and the likely annual operating costs/revenues/public subsidies for the facility; and the likely impacts to other local services and facilities, both positive and negative. 11/16/99 31_,2 I:IFINANCEU.TACkfp3DOC Economic Impact — Based on the most feasible facility, project the direct economic impact to local businesses; the resulting incremental increase in governmental revenues ; and the additional demand on governmental infrastructure and services. Scone of Work: The consultant's task will include: 1. Research market trends and collect facility and operating data from both the Puget Sound region and the greater Federal Way area including existing, new, and proposed expansions or reductions/reduced operations due to passage of Initiative 695; 2. Survey potential customers, including but not limited to, businesses, arts, membership and professional association groups, to identify local needs, pricing, and alternatives for such facilities; 3. Identify the Federal Way market base and competitors, including an analysis of Federal Way's competitive strengths, weaknesses, and opportunities; 4. Identify the type of facility that is most likely to succeed in Federal Way; 5. Identify the minimum conditions or thresholds that must exist in Federal Way for such a facility to succeed; 6. Define and project the direct and indirect economic impact, both positive and negative, to local business and public service providers from such a facility, including impacts to other existing facilities; 7. Evaluate implementation options including potential public/private partners and partnership opportunities and assess the City funding for capital and operation needs. 11/16/99 IAFINANCEU,TACkfp3DOC CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL FINANCE, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT & REGIONAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE Date: November 23, 1999 From: Jim Hamilton, Fire Department Administrator Derek Matheson, Assistant to the City Mana;�; Subject: Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Task Force Background: Following the failure of the 1997 EMS levy at the polls, the King County Council formed a regional EMS Task Force to analyze options for financing EMS services in King County. As a city over 50,000 population, Federal Way had its own representative, Fire Administrator Tim Hamilton, on the task force. The task force also included representation from King County, Seattle, Bellevue, Kent, Shoreline, fire districts, and the Suburban Cities Association (SCA). In May, the Task Force submitted its final report and recommendations to the County Council. The group was equally split as to whether to recommend continuing to fund the system solely with a dedicated property tax levy, or whether that levy should be offset with approximately $4 million in County Current Expense Fund (CX, i.e., General Fund) dollars for regional services such as training, administration, and overhead. At Council's direction, Hamilton supported the latter option. Frustrated with the lack of a single recommendation, the County Council voted in September to form a new task force, called the EMS 2002 Task Force, to continue to discuss financing of the EMS system. Hamilton has agreed to serve on this new task force if so desired by the City Council. In addition, the passage of Initiative 695 and the subsequent diversion of County CX funds to support public health and other services makes it less likely that the County can offset an EMS levy with CX funds. As such, Council may wish to shift its bargaining position from a primary emphasis on the use of CX funds for regional services to a primary emphasis on taking the steps necessary to maintain a quality, effective, and more efficient EMS system post -695. Attachments: ■ Letter to Mayor Gintz from County Executive Sims dated Oct. 28, 1999 ■ King County Council Motion #10779 dated Sept. 27, 1999 ■ Final Report of the EMS Task Force dated May 1999 ■ Letter from Mayor Gintz to County Council Chair Louise'Miller dated May 6, 1999 Committee Recommendation: Appoint Fire Department Administrator Jim Hamilton as the City's representative on the EMS 2002 Task Force. 2. Shift the City's bargaining position from a primary emphasis on the use of CX funds for regional services to a primary emphasis on taking the steps necessary to maintain a quality, effective, and more efficient EMS system post -695. APPROVAL, OF COMMITTEE REPORT: Committee Chair Committee Member Committee Member Z-5— 2 King County Executive RON SIMS October 28, 1999 The Honorable Ron Gintz Mayor, City of Federal Way 33520 1st Way South Federal Way, WA 98003 Dear Mayor Gintz: I am writing to request your assistance in forming the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) 2002 Task Force. This group, which I will chair, will build on the work done by the EMS Financial Planning Task Force. The EMS 2002 Task Force will have very important work to do over the next year and a half, as the strategic direction and future financial structure for the regional EMS system are determined. I request that you submit -to me the name of a representative(s) for this task force. The first EMS Financial Planning Task Force was formed to analyze long-term funding alternatives that had the potential to allow King County to reduce its reliance on property tax levies to support emergency medical services. This group submitted the "Final Report of the EMS Financial Planning Task Force" in May 1999. The report included recommendations pertaining to governance, reporting, and performance measures. It also recommended four financial options for consideration. The King County Council accepted the final report in September 1999. I have enclosed a copy of the final report and accepting motion #10779 for your information. Please appoint and forward to me the name of a representative from your city to serve on this important new task force. Per motion 10779, the new task force will be composed solely of elected officials or chief executive officers of cities or fire districts. The task force will include me; two members of the King County Council (at least one of whom shall represent a district with a significant unincorporated area population); one representative from each of the following cities: Seattle, Bellevue, Kent, Shoreline and Federal Way; two King County fire district representatives; and two representatives from cities with populations under 50,000. The EMS 2002 Task Force will have a number of major goals, including: Development of an intedurisdictional agreement on an updated emergency medical services strategic plan and financing package for the next funding period beginning in 2002. Providing oversight and direction for the EMS strategic plan update—with support from the King County EMS Division, the EMS Advisory Committee, and the Financial Staff Team as described in the Emergency Medical Services Financial Planning Task Force Report. KING COUNTY COURTHOUSE 516 THIRD AVENUE, ROOM 400 SEATTLE, WA 98104-3271 (206) 296-4040 296-0194 FAX 296-0200 TDD E-mail: ron.sims@metroke.gov _� King County is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act /`� The Honorable Ron Gintz October 28, 1999 Page 2 Review of progress in implementing current strategic plan initiatives by December 1, .1999. Recommendation of aqupdated EMS strategic plan and financing proposal to King County and cities over 50,000 no later than March 31, 2001. The financing proposal shall—in addition to the four options included in the final report, as amended by the King County Council—include consideration and recommendations on the possible use of tobacco money for the funding of emergency medical services. Thank you for your interest and participation in this task force. I look forward to working with the King County Council, the cities, and fire districts in addressing this important issue. 4 erely, n Sim King County Executive cc: Steve Call, Assistant County Executive Alonzo Plough, Director, Public Health - Seattle & King County (PHSKC) Tom Hearne, Manager, Emergency Medical Services Division, PHSKC NMI 2 3 4 S 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 . 15 16 17 18 19 10779 EMS Final Report Motion Larry Gossett Introduced By: Larry Phillips DS sub 9/21/99 clerk 9/27/99 Proposed No.: 1999.0311 MOTION NO. 10779 A MOTION related to King County council adoption of the Final Report of the Emergency Medical Services Financial Planning Task Force and establishing a new Emergency Medical Services 2002 Task Force to update the Emergency Medical Services Strategic Plan for the next funding period. WHEREAS, the Emergency Medical Services/Medic One system in King County is an integrated regional network of basic and advanced life support services provided by the county, cities and fire districts, and, V-IEREAS, the Emergency Medical Services Financial Planning Task Force was established by Ordinance 12960 to analyze long-term funding alternatives that would allow the county to reduce its reliance on property tax levies to support emergency medical services, and WHEREAS, the Emergency Medical Services Financial Planning Task Force was asked to identify and recommend possible efficiencies and operational models that could reduce or otherwise contain long-term as well as interim cost of the system, and VnT IEREAS, the Emergency Medical Services Financial Planning Task Force was composed of representatives of King County, Seattle, Bellevue, Shoreline, Kent, Federal L--5" -1- 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 I 15 j 16 17 18 19 20 21 10779 Way, smaller suburban cities, fire districts and citizens from unincorporated King County, and WHEREAS, the Emergency Medical Services Financial Planning Task Force finds that a regional approach to the provision of emergency medical services, including the funding of those services, helps to ensure an accountable, efficient and cost-effective system, and WHEREAS; King County, the cities, fire districts and others should maintain an active and cooperative dialogue to assure the continued provision of emergency medical. services to the citizens of the county, and WHEREAS, the final report of the Emergency Medical Services Financial Planning Task Force is attached to this motion, and WHEREAS, the Emergency Medical Services Financial Planning Task Force has completed the work with which it was charged in Ordinance 12960, and WI-EREAS, the King County council finds there is now a need to establish a process for updating the current Emergency Medical Services Strategic Plan for the period beyond 2001; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT MOVED by the Council of King County: A. The recommendations of the Emergency Medical Services Financial Planning Task Force included in the attached task force report are hereby adopted as a basis for continued cooperation among the jurisdictions involved in carrying out the Emergency Medical Services Program with the exception of the recommendation regarding 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 10779 continuation of the original Emergency Medical Services Financial Planning Task Force to monitor i.nVlementatIon of the recommended system efficiencies. B. A new task force, to be called the Emergency Medical Services 2002 Task Force, is hereby established with the goal of developing interjurisdictional agreement on an updated emergency medical services strategic plan and financing package for the next funding period beginning in 2002. C. The Emergency Medical Services 2002 Task Force shall be composed solely of elected officials' or chief executive officers of cities or fire districts and shall include: the King County executive; two members of the King County council at least one of whom shall represent a district with a significant unincorporated area population; one representative frojn each of the following cities: Seattle, Bellevue, Kent, Shoreline and Federal Way; two representatives from King County fire districts, and two representatives from cities with populations under 50,000. D. The Emergency Medical Services 2002 Task Force shall provide oversight and direction on development of the strategic plan update to the. emergency medical services division, with support from the emergency medical services division, the Emergency Medical Services Advisory Committee and the Financial Staff Team as described in the attached Emergency Medical Services Financial Planning Task Force Report. As its first step in the update process, the new task force shall review progress in implementing the current strategic plan initiatives and Emergency Medical Services Financial Planning Task Force recommendations and report its findings to the county and cities December 1, 1999. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 10779 E. The new task force shall recommend an updated emergency medical services strategic plan and financing proposal to the county and cities with populations over 50,000 no later than March 31, 2001. F. The new task force shall consider and make recommendations on the possible use of tobacco settlement money for the funding of emergency medical services. G. It is recognized that the description of the fourth option of the list of options rank ordered by the Emergency Medical Services Financial Planning Task Force, included on page 13 of the final report, does not accurately reflect what was presented to the task force. This option shall henceforth be described as follows: "Fund advanced life support services out of the growth in county current expense fund property tax revenues within existing property tax authority; fund regional services through imposition of paramedic transport fees; and, fund basic life support services through a reduced, dedicated levy for emergency medical services." PASSED by a vote of 12 to 0 this 27th day of September, 1999. KING COUNTY COUNCM KING COUNTY, WASHINGTON ATTEST: Clerk of the Council Attachments: Final Report of the Emergency Medical Services Financial Planning Task Force. - 4 - Final Report of the Emergency Medical Financial Planning Task Force May, 1999 10.7709-14 TABLE OF CONTENTS I. FINAL REPORT OF THE EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES FINANCIAL TASK FORCE II. ATTACHMENT A EMS SYSTEM MEASURES F III. ATTACHMENT B EMS FINANCIAL PLANNING TASK FORCE REPRESENTATIVES IV. ATTACHMENT C WRITTEN COMMENTS FROM TASK FORCE MEMBERS ON THEIR RANKED ORDER PREFERENCES • CITY OF BELLEVUE _ • CITY OF FEDERAL WAY • CITY OF KENT • CITY OF SEATTLE • NORTH HIGHLINE FIRE DISTRICT KC FIRE COMMISSIONERS ASSOCIATION Final Report of the Emergency Medical Services Financial Planning Task Force I. Introduction The Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Financial Planning Task Force respectfully submits its final report to the King County Council and to the participant agencies that make up the regional EMS system. The EMS Financial Planning Task Force was created by King County Ordinance 12960 and charged as follows: "By December 31, 1998, this task force will present to the County Council an analysis of long-term funding alternatives that would allow the County to reduce its reliance on property tax levies to support emergency medical services. "In preparing its "analysis of long-term funding alternatives that would allow the County to reduce its reliance on property tax levies to support emergency medical services, " as required by Ordinance 12849, the Task Force shall: 1. Explore all reasonable operational models for financing and delivering EMS services; t 2. Identify and recommend possible efficiencies and operational models that could reduce or otherwise contain long-term as well as interim costs of the EMS system 3. Focus its long-term recommendations on alternatives to financing EMS through means other than periodically voter -approved property tax levies. " The work of the Task Force extended beyond the December 31, 1998 deadline as the Task Force worked to finalized recommendations regarding oversight and governance, performance tracking and efficiencies and funding options. The completed text of the recommendations appears below. II. Background The Emergency Medical Services/Medic One system in King County is an integrated regional network of basic and advanced life support services provided by the County, cities, and fire districts. Also included in that system are 911 dispatch centers, hospitals and citizens trained in first aid and CPR. For more than 25 years this Medic One system has been an international leader in the delivery of emergency medical care. The legislature granted local governments authority for a voter approved six-year regular property tax levy to support emergency medical services in 1979 when many communities were just beginzung to provide EMS services. In 1979, the County's regional program, modeled after the successful Seattle Medic One program, was in its first year's of operation and struggling for a secure source of funding. The first levy was approved by voters that year and subsequent levies were approved in 1985, and 1991. Reauthorization of the levy in November of 1997 received a EMS Task Force Fiiral Report 56% "yes" vote, however, state law requires 60% approval of EMS levies. The County, cities and fire districts pieced together an interim funding package for 1998 and resubmitted the levy to the voters in February. A levy -for 1999-2001 was approved with an 81% "yes" vote. As outlined above, the Task Force was created to identify alternatives to periodically voter -approved property tax levies, as well as possible operational efficiencies. III. Membership The membership (Attachment B) of the Task Force was set out in Ordinance 12960 and included representatives of King County, Seattle, Bellevue, Shoreline, Kent, Federal Way, smaller suburban cities, fire districts and citizens from unincorporated King County. The composition of the Task Force was not weighted by population. The five largest cities in King County were members in recognition of the provision in the state statute that requires the counties to receive authorization of cities with a population greater than 50,000 to place a county -wide EMS levy proposition on the ballot. King County Executive Ron Sims chaired the Task Force. The group was supported by an interjurisdictional staff team composed of staff from several of the agencies represented on the. Task Force. IV. Scope The Task Force met nine times over a period of 12 months and reviewed information related to how the regional system operates and performs in comparison with other similar sized EMS systems nationally. The Task Force addressed three areas: oversight and govemance of the regional EMS system; measuring and tracking system performance and identifying operational efficiencies that will help contain costs; and, analyzing alternatives to funding the system beyond 2001 when the current levy ends. V. Findings and Recommendations The Task Force reached consensus on recommendations regarding oversight and'governance and performance tracking and efficiency initiatives. It was unable to reach consensus on funding options and is conveying fou_ r property tax based options, as rank ordered, for consideration by the County Council. A. Oversight and Governance Recommendations: Objective: Providers of dispatch, Basic Life Support (BLS) and Advanced Life Support (ALS) services should jointly monitor and make recommendations regarding the efficient operation of such services to assure a balance between regional accountability and local autonomy. This is currently done through the eighteen -member EMS Advisory Committee. This committee consists of physicians, EMS system managers representing advanced life support (paramedic) providers, Basic Life Support providers from cities over 50,000 as well from urban and rural fire districts, a representative from private ambulance companies, a representative from dispatch centers, labor representatives from botl-_ BLS and ALS, a representative from health plans, a citizen representative, the Director of the Public Health Department and the King County EMS Division manager. EMS Task Force Final Report 10779 The EMS Advisory Committee membership, duties, and meeting schedule are described in Strategic Initiative #4 of the EMS Strategic Plan (June 1997). This document has been adopted by motion of the King County Council (#10293). The EMS Financial Planning Task Force finds that there is a need for: (1) expanded outside financial staff review of the EMS system on a regular basis, as well as (2) additional elected offrcial oversight. To address these needs, the Task Force makes thefollowing recommendations: 1. EMS Division: The Division should continue to serve as the central coordinator and manager of the regional EMS system. The Division should continue to strive to coordinate the regional system with Seattle to develop a seamless system of services throughout the County, in a manner that makes most efficient use of limited regional resources. The EMS Division should take the lead in preparing and coordinating reports and presentations to the County Council and the region's governments as described further below. - 2. EMS Advisory Committee: The Advisory Committee serves a critical role in bringing professional EMS expertise to bear on the County's oversight of the regional system. The Task Force supports a continuation of this Committee and its current role in EMS system ovdrsight and management. Financial Staff Team: A,,,new staff committee, the EMS Financial Staff Team (FST), should be established consisting of • Two representatives from Seattle, one appointed by the City Council, and one appointed by the mayor. • Two representatives appointed by collective action of cities over 50,000 in population other than Seattle. • Two representatives appointed by the Suburban Cities Association to represent cities fewer than 50,000 in population. . • Two representatives appointed by the King County Fire Commissioners Assoc. • A representative appointed by the King County Executive. _ • A representative appointed by the King County Council. Working in concert with the EMS Advisory Committee, the FST will provide input and suggestions to the EMS Division regarding: • Selection, development, -and tracking of performance measures and system costs. • Proposed amendments or updates to the Strategic Plan. • Funding allocation mechanisms. • Other financial issues. The FST shall prepare a brief annual report to the King County Council and the EMS Financial Planning Task Force (see below). This report shall summarize the work with the EMS Division and EMS Advisory Committee, highlight key financial issues for the system, and include specific recommendations for action. Together with the EMS Advisory Committee and the EMS Division, the FST will participate in briefings of the King County Council, sub -regional groups EMS Task Force Final Report 0 and EMS Financial Planning Task Force regarding the EMS system. 4. EMS Financial Planning Task Force: The EMS Financial Planning Task Force finds that there is an interim need for the Task Force to continue in existence through approximately July, 2000, in order to: • Review progress toward achievement of strategic .plan initiatives. • Review progress in implementing the recommendations of the Task Force as set forth in this report, including the development of performance measures and other initiatives identified. • Prepare a brief annual report to the King County Council, King County Executive, cities, and fire districts, providing input on issues it feels important to call to the attention of the County on the implementation of initiatives, including any recommendations for further action. • Other issues as appropriate.. The Task Force recommends that for these purposes, the Task Force should continue to meet at least quarterly. The EMS Division, the EMS Advisory Committee, and the FST shall provide staff support to the Task Fprce. By July, 2000, there should be a full year experience tracking performance measures and other oversight measures, and the Task Force will then be able to report to the region's governments regarding progress and need for future actions. t While the Task Force could recommend in July, 2000, that continued inter jurisdictional elected official oversight is needed, at this time the Task Force contemplates that successful implementation of the new oversight and accountability measures outlined in this report would allow for the Task Force to sunset in July, 2000. 5. Regional and Sub -regional Reporting: In conjunction with the EMS Advisory Committee, and the FST, the EMS Division shall prepare reports to the Task Force, the King County Council and the regiods cities and fire districts summarizing the items which are listed below. To facilitate understanding and communication of the progress made and challenges remaining for the EMS system and its component agencies, the EMS Division shall convene and facilitate twice each year a series of sub -regional meetings, to which elected officials, city managers, dispatch providers and other system service providers will be invited to review the EMS Division reports, and discuss ideas for future efforts. Such meetings and reports shall be timed to facilitate the greatest possible use, of the new information in development of county, city, and fire district budgets. a) Implementation status of the policies, plans, and strategic initiatives included in the EMS Strategic Plan, and progress toward meeting goals. (every six months) * b) The costs of the EMS system, including the estimated expenditure levels and revenue assumptions for the upcoming levy year and the associated levy rate. (annual) EMS Task Force Final Report 10779i;i.,l c) Information gathered from performance measure tracking. (every six months) d)..r Recommendations and reports of the EMS Financial Planning Task Force, EMS Advisory Committee, and the FST. e) Significant changes in the EMS system or service environment. • Trends in the health care industry that might affect demand for emergency medical services, including, but not limited to, enrollment criteria for and service provided by the state's Basic Health Plan. (annual) * • Emergency medical services provided to special populations including the elderly and citizens who are not fluent in English. (annual) * • Evaluation of whether specific population groups rely on emergency medical services for non -emergency health care, including development of an educational outreach plan to better inform citizens of health care options. This evaluation is due for review by the King. County Council in September 1999. • Track and report on national trends and the delivery of health care and emergency medical service' including but not limited to private and public*sector systems. (annual)* * KC Ordinance 12849 adopting the EMS Strategic Plan requires annual reporting to the King County Council. -The Financial Planning Task Force suggests the EMS Division propose a practical means of reconciling the reporting requirements of Ordinance 12849 with these recommendations. 5 EMS Task Force FinalReport 7* 107 S. Performance Tracking and Efficiency Initiatives Recommendations: The EMS Financial Planning Task Force finds that there is a need for additional �► '• performance measurement and tracking in the EMS system in order to idents issues and opportunities for improvement within a provider agency and/or system -wide. The Task Force further finds that a number of specific initiatives should be implemented to enhance system efficiency. These recommendations follow 1. Performance Measures: a. The King County EMS Division, in cooperation with cities, fire districts and other providers, shall implement the recommendations of the EMS Strategic Plan, including monitoring progress toward: ■ Reducing growth in demand through public education, injury and illness prevention, referral to more appropriate assistance,, revising dispatch . protocols, etc. ■ Reducing operating costs through development of alternative transport destinations, encouraging joint equipment and supply purchasing, etc. b. Effective July k` 1999, all EMS providers should be charged with tracking and reporting workload and performance measures. Attachment A is a list of EMS system measures that are currently available or under development. The purpose of these measures is to provide (1) standard and uniform summary descriptive statistics on the growth and changes occurring in the regional EMS system, and (2) to provide relevant medical and system outcome measures to track the effectiveness and efficiencies of the regional EMS system. The EMS Division, the EMS Advisory Committee and the FST should provide direction to providers to ensure consistent measurement methods across the -County. Tracking and reporting of identified performance measures should be required by contract in order to ensure consistent, uniform tracking countywide. It is noted that in the case of some service providers, and for system -wide measurement, additional funding from the County will be required to 'jump start' this tracking and. reporting effort. It is critical that we ensure compatibility of data tracking systems countywide, as well as an ability to easily utilize regional and .local data in regional EMS modeling efforts (such as programs testing different ALS unit placements, etc.). The results of such tracking shall be incorporated into the semi-annual report to the King County Council and the cities and fire districts. In addition, by July 1, 1999, the EMS Division, with the assistance of the EMS Advisory Committee and the FST should prepare a report using existing historical data: to summarize the trends and system performance measures. This report should help facilitate development of benchmarks for further, measurement. 6 EMS Task Force Final Report d. The EMS Division and the EMS Advisory Committee and the Financial Staff Team should be charged with recommending on an on-going basis, but initially no later than July 1, 2000, any additional performance measures to be reported by all providers of emergency medical services. These additional measurements should be incorporated into future funding contracts. e. All providers of EMS services should regularly review performance measures in order to monitor performance and set annual performance targets. f. The EMS Advisory Committee will track and report national trends and the delivery of health care and emergency medical services, including but not limited to private and public sector systems. 2. Efficiency Initiatives: The EMS Division, together with the EMS Advisory Committee and all individual providers of EMS services, shall continue to examine opportunities for reducing costs of dispatch, BLS and ALS services without diminishing levels of service. Four initial action items for achieving future cost savings include: a. Achieving economies of scale through reducing duplication of direct service, administrative, and capital costs. The EMS Division, working with the EMS Advisory Committee and FST shall make specific recommendations to the EMS Financial Planning Task Force and the King County Council, no later than December 31, 1999, setting forth possible actions to reduce duplication in the EMS system, including but not limited to consideration of fire operations consolidations. b. All public EMS providers should be subject to periodic performance reviews of system components (ALS, BLS' and dispatch). Such reviews should be accomplished by qualified persons who are independent of the entity under review. Performance must be measured against established, accepted standards for the program element being reviewed. Priority should be given to accomplishing a cost and performance review of existing ALS unit operational and financial practices, including consideration of staffing models for Public Health and Fire Service providers. The goal of such a review should_ be to identify and implement the best business practices of each model. The ENIS advisory committee shall, by July 1, 1999, recommend to the EMS Financial Planning Task Force and the King County Council the first three such reviews to be undertaken. The recommendation shall be accompanied by a 7 EMS Task Force Final Report _ e statement of the purpose for the review(s), the scope of work, and who shall conduct the review(s). (Estimated cost. $100, 000 per biennium in levy funds for'reviews). C. The EMS Division, working with the EMS Advisory Committee and the FST, by September 30, 1999 shall make recommendations regarding the scope and process of a program of annual one-time financial loans on a competitive basis for projects that will result in quantifiable efficiencies and/or direct cost savings, from which savings from the `Innovations Fund' would be replenished (Estimated cost: $500,000 in one-time funding from levy or County general funds.) d. The County's dual role as (1) the system manager/coordinator. and (2) provider of EMS services in South King County should be clearly acknowledged. Consideration must be given as to whether the enhanced oversight and proposed performance tracking role for the EMS Division indicates a need for organizations /reporting changes within the County. The EMS Division together with the EMS Advisory Committee should make recommendations to the Task Force by July 1, 1999, for how to best clarify and facilitate the County's regional role for the benefit of all service providers. 3. Financial Policies: These policies are a restatement of the policies in_the current EMS Strategic Plan which was adopted in 1997 and covered years 1998 — 2003. It should be noted that as part of the levy proposal submitted in February of 1998, the County proposed to freeze .BLS allocations at '97 levels for 1999-2001. The policy below is more generous than current practice. It should be further noted that CPI growth caps will require findings of "substantial need" under Referendum 47 if a property tax levy continues to serve as a key funding source for the regional EMS system. Over time, policies whereby regional funding does not match growth in service costs will result in more of the EMS system costs being shifted from regional to local funding sources. Initially, this should -provide additional incentives for cost savings throughout the system. As with all government services, at some point in the future this may create strains on -the ability to continue to provide relatively uniform levels of BLS service and threaten the goal of maintaining a "seamless" regional system.) a. Growth in ALS Services per -Medic unit funding allocations shall be capped by increases in the Consumer Price Index (CPI). Consistent with the Strategic Plan, the addition of paramedic units should occur only after all other alternatives for reducing demand and increasing the productivity of existing units has been explored by the EMS Division, the FST, and the EMS Advisory Committee, and the results of such exploration have been presented to the King County Council. EMS Task Force Final Report 10 7 7 9 b. Growth in regional services funding shall be capped by increases in the CPI (after considering costs necessary to implement the initiatives in this proposal). C. GrBwth in total regional levy funds provided for BLS services shall be capped by increases in the CPI. C. Funding Options: Findings: The EMS Financial Planning Task Force finds 1) a regional approach to the provision of emergency medical services, including the funding of such services, helps to ensure an accountable, efficient and cost effective EMS system; 2) despite the best efforts of the Task Force to identify practical alternatives, limitations of state law leave a property tax as the most realistic means of funding EMS services. The Task Force was unable to reach consensus on a preferred funding option. . EMS Levy 1999 - 2001: The EMS Levy rate for 1999 is .29 cents per $1,000 of assessed value. The EMS levy is a regular property tax levy and is therefore subject to the limitations contained in Chapter 84.55.010 RCW, as amended by Referendum 47. Under this statute the annual increase in regular property tax revenues, excluding new construction, are limited to the increase in the implicit price deflator (a national inflation index). The County Council may vote to increase the annual levy upo 106% by an affirmative vote of a majority plus one upon finding of a substantial need. The Ki King County EMS Fund financial plan for 2000 and 2001 assumes continued low inflation and stable expenditure growth. The effects of continued low inflation and modest increases in property valuations will be to reduce the effective levy rate to about 28 cents and 27 cents per $1,000 of AV in 2000 and 2001 respectively. While the effect will be to lower the effective tax rate, actual revenues will increase sufficient to maintain current levels of paramedic and regional services. Basic life support services funding is assumed to be held constant in each year of the three year (1999-2001) levy period. EMS Costs: Alternative funding options are assumed to support existing EMS services at current levels, plus inflation, beginning in 2002 at -an annual cost of about $38 million. All costs are inclusive of Seattle. Reductions in funding below those supported by the current levy would shift operating costs to providers, many of which have no means of making up the loss in revenue without reducing services. It was the consensus. of the Task Force that current levels of service should be maintained. A breakdown of annual operating costs supported by the current EMS levy are as follows: 1. Advanced Life Support (ALS)/Paramedic Services - funding to $20 million support 20 paramedic units, including periodic vehicle replacement, at an annual cost of approximately $1 million per unit: 2. Basic Life Support Services -funding to 35 local fire departments $13 million to help offset their cost of providing first response capability by fire engines and aid cars. 9 �7 EMS Task Force Final Report 3. Regional Services - funding to support training, medical $ 5 million supervision, data management, CPR education; administration, and other support functions Total $38 million Funding Options: The Task Force reviewed more than a dozen possible funding sources that in whole or part could generate revenue on an annual basis equal to the approximate $38 million estimated to maintain current levels of service in 2002 and beyond. Among the options presented for the Task Force's consideration were continuation of the dedicated property tax, a dedicated sales tax, utility tax, business and occupation tax, increased County -funding, a payroll or head tax, transport fees, an insurance premium tax, increases in various liquor taxes, additional charges on DUI fines, and an increase in the E911 excise tax on telephone lines. Changes to the existing EMS property tax statute, including the duration and requirement for 60% voter approval were also considered. . During the course of several meetings the Task Force reviewed numerous options. Below is a summary of the funding options. A brief explanation of why the Task Force rejected any.of options is italicized. Dedicated EMS Property Tax: Very preliminary projections would indicate a 2002 levy rate not to exceed 25 cents per $1,Q00 of AV to fund currently projected levels of service through 2007. This assumes expenditures consistent with the financial policies recommended by the Task Force. (see Performance Tracking and Efficiency Initiative Recommendations.) Non-financial options: • make levy permanent • extend duration from -6 to 10 years • approval based on simple majority as per other regular property taxes, not 60%. Dedicated Sales Tax: Seek legislative authority for a local option sales tax of .1% which would generate about $38 million in 2002 and fund current levels of service. A.1% additional sales tax would increase rates from approximately 8.6% to 8.7%. The impact on households varies with income. (Most Task Force members were not supportive of this option and did not believe the legislature would grant authorityfor an additional local option sales tax.) King County (CX Fund) Funding: Either increase CX Fund property taxes or cut spending for existing County services to fund all or part of the $38 million (ALS (paramedic services) $20 million; basic Iife support services $13 million; and regional services $5 million.) CX Fund support for EMS services would not be dedicated and therefore not binding on future Executives or Councils. Eliminating $38 million or some portion of fimding would have a substantial impact on other essential (mandatory) County services. E-911 Telephone Excise Tax: 15 cents of E-911 excise tax -authority on switched (non- cellular) phone lines is available and would generate about $2.2 million. A change in state 10 '�5 -,Z-(-) EMS Task Force Final Report 10 r7rY914 statute is necessary to use these funds for EMS. (Task Force members believed police, fire, state government and industry opposition was likely.) .r Liquor Taxes: Seek legislative authority to impose an estimated 10% increase on various liquor taxes could generate up to $3.2 million. There are at least four types of liq".ior taxes that would need to be changed in order to levy an additional local option tax increment to be dedicated to EMS. (Many of these taxes are already dedicated to funding alcohol treatment services. Liquor consumption is generally declining. Additional taxes are likely to further reduce consumption or encourage purchases in adjacent counties.) Insurance Premium Taxes: Doubling the current state tax on insurance premiums could provide sufficient revenues to support the King County EMS system. The current state rate is 2% on insurance premiums except ocean marine and foreign trade where the rate is .95 percent. (In the face of industry opposition, Task Force members did not believe the legislature would be receptive to an increase in insurance premium taxes.) Business and Occupation Taxes: Seek legislative authority to impose a countywide B & O tax. The B & O tax is currently levied by 35 cities in Washington at rates up to .2%. Based on very preliminary data from Bellevue, a rate of .004% would provide $38 million. (Counties do not have authority to levy B & O taxes, and task force members did not believe the legislature would be receptive) Utility Taxes: Seek legislative authority to impose a countywide utility tax. In 1995, the utility tax was levied by 17 cities within King County and raised over $115 million; the County currently does not have legal authority to levy this tax. A countywide rate of 1% on all utilities is estimated to yield $20 million. (Counties do not have authority to levy utility taxes, and task force members did not believe the legislature would be receptive to granting it for this purpose) Charge on DUI or other traffic related offenses: Seek legislative authority to impose additional fees on DUI or other traffic related offenses. A $10 charge on convicted DUI would raise $35,000 countywide while a $10 fee on all traffic infraction filings would raise $2 million annually. (Additional fees are already imposed on DUI offenses and produce minimal revenue. Task force members did not believe sufficient revenue could be generated for this to be a viable revenue source) Payroll or payroll head tax: Seek legislative authority to levy a tax on payrolls or on a per capita (employee) basis. A tax of two cents per employee hour would raise $40 million while a monthly tax of $3.08 would raise $37 million. (This is a business tax. Counties do not have authority to levy payroll taxes, and task force members did not believe the legislature would be receptive.) Subscription Service: Institute a subscription fee for system users. A voIuntary,per-family- fee would be charged which would provide unlimited use of EMS services; non -subscribers would pay full cost. The estimated cost per household if all families subscribed would be $56 or roughly comparable to the current property tax levy on the average household. Participation EMS Task Force, Final Report 017, would be voluntary and billing systems for non -subscribers would have to be created. (Only two small communities were identified as having this kind of service and it generated only marginal income. Task force members did not believe this was a viable funding source.) Paramedic Transport Fees: Imposing fees on paramedic transports might generate as much as $4.6 million. Non-financial issues include ensuring equal access to service, future voter support for levy, uncertainty of changes in third party reimbursement practices, increased operating costs associated with collecting billing information, and different transport practices among the region's ALS providers. Narrowing Options: The Task Force discussed the list of funding options and over the course of several meetings eliminated those that they believed were not viable. Seeking new or different tax authority from the state legislature was frequently identified as a major obstacle. The Task Force narrowed the options to five: • Dedicated EMS property tax levy • King County Current Expense Fund • E-911 telephone excise tax • Liquor excise taxes • Paramedic transport fees Fundiny, Decision Matrix: Adecision matrix was developed as a tool to assist the Task Force members in developing a funding recommendation. While the Task Force was unable to reach a consensus and therefore makes no recommendation on a funding option, each member used the matrix to individually rank order four funding options. The criteria by which they discussed and individually scored each option included: • Is this option equally or more "secure and permanent" than the current 6 year levy funded system? • Is there an appropriate opportunity for oversight of system efficiency and accountability if this is the major regional funding option? • Can this funding option maintain a regional system at current service levels? • Does this option allow. the County to "reduce its reliance on property tax levies to support emergency medical services"? Rank Order of Funding Options: The Task Force members rank ordered four funding options to be forwarded to the King County Council and to the cities and fire districts which are participants in the County EMS system. All members of the Task Force participated in the exercise.. (County Councilmember Dwight Pelz was absent from the meeting but subsequently rank ordered the options, which changed the outcome from the meeting.) The rank ordering does not constitute a recommendation by the Task Force. 12 EMS Task Force Final Report The four options the Task Force considered were: 10'7'79 I I., Continue with the six year dedicated property tax levy for Advanced and Basic Life Support Services and Regional Services. 2. Continue with a permanent dedicated levy for EMS to fund Advanced and Basic Life Support Services and Regional Services. 3. Continue with the six year dedicated property tax levy for Advanced and Basic Life Support Services and fund Regional Services from either King County Current Expense Fund or transport fees. 4. Fund Advanced Life Support Services through an increase in County Current Expense Fund property taxes, fund Regional Services through imposition of paramedic transport fees, and fund Basic Life Support. Services through a reduced dedicated levy for EMS. (Note: Regional Services could be funded through an additional incremental increase in Current Expense Fund property taxes.) Option 1 and 3 above were both ranked equally by the members of the Task Force as most preferred. A permanent levy; (2 above) was ranked third and option 4 above was ranked last. Task Force members were also requested to submit written comments regarding their rank ordered preferences. They are attached as Appendix C. NOTE: The Washington State Legislature amended Chapter 82.54. RCW during the 1999 legislative session. The amendments create three options for the levying a dedicated property tax for EMS: 1. the current six year voter approved levy 2. a ten year voter approved levy 3. a permanent voter approved levy, with provision for a referendum to repeal the levy in the future. Each option would continue to require a 60% `yes" vote and 40% validation requirement. In addition, statute retains the requirement that counties receive prior authorization of cities with a population greater than 50, 000 to place a county -wide EMS levy proposition on the ballot. 13 Attachment A EMS System Measures Early Access via 911 (Dispatch Life Support) 10.779c-., Basic Life Support (BLS) ✓ % Calls with live answer at dispatch in <10 Standards required by 911 in county or ✓ seconds by dispatch centers ✓ Frequency distribution of time from receipt of Summary of patient characteristics call until dispatch ✓ % Dispatch relay delays of Relay delays between dispatch centers Q min., >3 min. lengthen response times and time to care ✓ % Citizen -initiated CPR Public education ✓ % Dispatch provides CPR instructions in Dispatch CPR assists in shortening time ✓ ' cardiac arrest cases to care in critical cases Basic Life Support (BLS) ✓ Annual number of -BLS responses Workload ✓ Annual number of BLS patients Workload • Incident mechanism and type summary Summary of patient characteristics • Patient age and sex ✓ Number and % of patients transported and Workload mode of transport Number and % of patients with hospital admission ✓ ' BLS average response time and % within Target standards will differ per 4,6,8, 10 min. jurisdiction • Shown as frequency distribution Purpose of intervals is to establish systematic indicators of the effects of workload, traffic, etc on response. ✓ BLS average time per call Variation reflects types of call, • Shown as frequency distribution circumstances ✓ EMT - Defibrillation See sample form Cardiac arrest survival rate (Utstein style format) / PaaP 1 nf4 Advanced Life Support (ALS) ✓ Annual number of ALS responses Workload ✓ Annual number of ALS patients Workload • Incident mechanism and type summary Patient characteristics 0 Patient age and sex • Patients requiring IV Patients requiring advanced medical care • Airway management • Emergency. medication • Defibrillation/Pacing ✓ Number and % of ALS patients transported Workload and mode of transport Number and % of ALS patients with hospital admissions ✓ % ALS suspended alarm (code greens) Efficiency ✓ Average annual ALS response time Overall response time measure ✓ Primary service area • % workload in primary paramedic service Measures ability of medic units to serve areas first in service area. • % served by I' due in ALS units • % backup required in primary service Backup responses almost always longer, areas delay in emergency medical care • Average response times — all ALS units Target standards will differ per • % 8 min or less jurisdiction • % 10 min or less Purpose of time intervals is to establish . • % 12 min or less systematic indicators of the effects of • % 14 min or less workload, traffic, other factors on • Shown as frequency distribution response time. ✓ ALS average time per call Variation reflects type, circumstances of Shown as frequency distribution call, resources ✓ Cardiac arrest survival rate (Utstein style See sample form reporting format) Page 2 of 4 Financial Indicators ✓ Indicates that the performance measure is currently collected by King County Emergency Medical Services. -,,Operating expense per capita ' ✓ EMTs per 10,000 population ✓ PMs per 10,000 population ✓ # of EMS units deployed by time and day of Anticipated call volume; strategic the week deployment ✓ Average droptime: interval between unit arriving at treatment facility and returning to service ✓ Unit Hour Utilization (UHU) Percent of time a unit is actually handling a patient. ✓ Indicates that the performance measure is currently collected by King County Emergency Medical Services. Survtv,al.from Cardiac Arrest in King County .✓A, 1992-1997 Confirmed Cardiac Arrests, Resuscitation Attempted 1077"981 N= on -Cardiac Cardiac Etiology Etiolovv N= N= . I rrests Not Witnessed Arrests Witnessed rby ests Witnessed (Bystanders) EMS N= N= Ventricular Fibrillation/VT Other Rhythms N= N= ystander CPR ystander CPR ( %) N= ( %) lever Achieved Any Return of Spontaneous - ZOSC N= Circulation (ROSC) N= xpired in field or ED I Admitted to Hospital N= ( /a) Expired in Hospital Discharged Alive N= ( %) Not all information was available for all cases. Percents are calculated on the known data only. 2 7 Page 4 of 4 EMS FINANC. .L PLANNING TASK FOR( REPRESENTATIVES AGENCY AND CONTACT NAME REPRESENTATIVE, ADDRESS, PHONE AND FAX KING COUNTY (Executive Branch) Ron Sims, King County Executive Steve Call, Assistant Deputy County Executive, 206- King County Courthouse 296-4526 516 3rd Avenue, Room 400 (one representative) Seattle, WA 98104 (206) 296-0194 fax CITY OF SHORELINE Scott Jepsen (or Bob Deis, City Manager) 546-1303 (City Mgr. office) Mayon, City. of Shoreline (one representative) 17544 Midvale Avenue North (206) 546-1700 Shoreline WA 98133-4921 (206) 546-2200 fax SUBURBAN CITIES ASSOCIATION Debbie Eddy (425) 828-1267 Mary Gates, President (253) 661-1289 Councilmember, City of Kirkland (425) 803-1914 fax (two representatives) 123 - 5th Avenue Kirkland, WA 98033 Lynda Ring Erickson, PhD, Exec. Dir. (206) 236-7676 Suburban Cities Association (206) 236-3588 fax 9611 SE 36th Street Mercer Island, WA 98040 CITY OF KENT Jim White (or.Brent McFall, Director of Operations (one representative) Mayor, City of Kent (253) 859-3357 220 Fourth Avenue South (253) 859-3359(Jan) Kent, WA 98032 (253) 813-2067 fax CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Jim Hamilton, Administrator (one representative) King County Fire District #39 31617 First Avenue South (253) 839-6234 Federal_ Way, WA 98003-5299 (253) 529-7205 fax KING COUNTY FIRE COMMISSIONERS Dave Lawson, Fire District 11 ASSOCIATION King County Courthouse MS 4C (two representatives) 516 Third Avenue (206) 205-0780 Seattle, WA 98104 (206) 205-0855 fax Dwight Altenburg, President King County Fire Commissioners Assn 23023 NE 19t° Drive (425) 836-2636 Redmond, WA 98053-6583 (425) 868-5120 fax CITY OF BELLEVUE Ron Smith (one representative) Councilmember, City of Bellevue P.O. Box 90012 (425) 452-7810 Bellevue, WA 98009-9012 (425)=452-7919 fax CITY OF SEATTLE Tina Podlodowski (one representative) Councilmember, City of Seattle Municipal Bldg. (206) 684-8808 606 Fourth Avenue 12 Floor (206) 684-8587 fax Seattle, WA 98104 KING COUNTY COUNCIL Rob McKenna (206) 296-1006 . (two representatives) Councilmember, King County Council Dwight Pelz (206) 296-1005 Councilmember, King County Council Room 1200 COURTHOUSE (206)296-0198 fax UNINCORPORATED AREAS/ Greg Markley (253) 351-4001 pager CITIZEN APPOINTEES P.O. Box 1602 (253) 839-6118 fax (two representatives) Kent, WA 98035 Glenn Weiss (206) 694-5154 9822 25°i Ave. SW Seattle, WA 98106 (206) 694-5199 fax Updated 1/13/99 Attachment C 10779 Written comments €7om Task Force members regarding their rank ordered preferences. Z� Z % 7 d.7 :..•-•r _ i , tit r G✓tKHI.. .BHT 33530 1 ST WAY SOUM May 6, 1999 Honorable Louise Miller Chair, Metropolitan. Feng County Ccmcd King County Courthouse Seattle, WA 99104 P.2/4 (253) 661-4000 ► j` FEDERAL WAY, WA 98003-6210 RE: City Perspectives on EMS'Finamal Pb ming Task Force Recommendations Dear Chair Miller and Couacilmembe:s: The City of Federal Way appreciates the oppordmity to have participated in the EMS Financia! Planning Task Force. We believe the work of the Task Force was a thorough effort to identify feasible alternatives to funding the EMS system The Task Force membership included the key stakeholders, iadudmg all cif" over 50,000 who must approve placement of the near FMS levy on the ballot In addition, our efforts benefited tremendously from the expertise of members of the EMS Advisory Committee who served as the majority of the inter -jurisdictional staff team for the Task Form . The region must soon reach clos= on a decision for the funding before expiration of the current levy_ The EMS system will not be well solved by delaying resohttion of future funding to a flurry of high stakes politics late is 2001. Let us move together now towards a plan for future fumding of the EMS system that has collective support of the system's . regional partners-indudiag those of us who trust approve any ballot measure Our City supports, and will urge our peers to support, the funding alternative described in the Task Force Report as "Option 3." This option is described as follows: "Continue with the six year dedicated property tax levy for Advanced and Basic Life Support Services and fund Regional Services from either Kung County Currcnt Expense Fund or transport fees: ' Option 3 is one of the two top-rui ked Options considered by the' Task Force. We discuss the basis for our support below. The next EMS system funding plan needs to be a credible departure from the status quo, but must maintain the high quality regional system we now enjoy. Fundamentally, the region must show improvements both in operational oversight and cost control, as well as ~,30 m our approach to financing the EMS syssera. We do not regard the Failure of the EMS levy in November 1997 as a fluke, but rather as a strong message about the need for change in a system that otherwise receives strong public support. • We 'believe Option 3 is a meaningful departure from the statue quo that will enable the region to 'rhaintain the integrity of the EMS system. In our view, the critical elements of this alternative are: . • Significantly reduced reliance on a special property tax levy. We believe the next levy can and should be reduced to no more than 30.22 per 51,000 of assessed value. • Financial polities which cause aU syMn participants to hive a stake in cost control treasures. Cities and fire departments will over time pick up a larger portion of system costa to the c ent these costs aoaced the imposed regional finding limits. • Regional funding for the regional services portion of the program. SpecaficaUy, the County should fully fiord the regional services portion of the EMS- program through CX revenues. • Exploration of feasibdity of partial system finong through a mecbauim in common' use nationally and elsewhere in Washk gion; charging for transport to hospitals. We believe this needs further study before it,can be endorsed for implementation in King County. We are willing to support this approach if the governance, oversight and accountability recommendations recommended by the Task Force will be implemented. It w$1 successfully identify means for continuing improvement and efficiency in the system. We believe the EMS system will not be harmed by the additional scnrdny proposed by the Task Force. Rather, we expect that the level of understanding and support for the EMS system should be improved by additional information sharing and regional. reporting. Particularly important to us is the involvement of a small group of government finance managers to provide additional input and ideas towards FMS system improvements and oversight. This new staff group—comprised of public finance cxpery --is meant to provide an equitable perspective attentive in part to the wide variety of pressures faced by regional and local government. It is not meant to supplant the expertise of the EMS Advisory Committee We believe Option 3 far preferable to the other recommended funding options proposed in the Task Force Report for the following, reasons:. Option 1, using a six year dedicated ltvy to fund ALS, BLS and regional services, is simply the status quo. The voters need to see that we are making a meaningful change. This option does not do that. MAY 06 '99 03:46PM CITY OF FEDERAL WAY P. 4i 4 • Option 2, a permaneat EMS leery, we believe is problematic in that it reduces needed incentives for fiscal oversight of the system. We are not convinced that a voter erendum option (should it ultimately be approved by the Governor) overcomes this oversight issue. • Option 4, in which King Count* would assume ALS and regional services costs out of its CX fund, is perhaps a feasible long-term option We note that the Task Force concluded its meetings before final legislative action to change FUS levy statutes. 8 appam that the region will now have an option on the length of the levy -- 6 years, 10 years or a permanent levy. We have some concerns with a permanent levy. A number of issues need to be addreued sins this approach would eliminate the consensus building discussions on service and floding levels that have been occu ng every six years. A 10 -year levy may avoid some of these problems, but this choice would still merit reconsideration of how service and funding level decisions are made regionally. As a new option available to the region, the choice of levy tern merits further regional discussion. We would welcome the opportunity to disw u with you further our perspectives on the work of the Task Force. Thank you for your consideration of our concerns. Sincerely, Gmatz„ Mayor City of Federal Way cc: Honorable Ras Sims City of federal Way Memorandum TO: FEDRAC Committee From Mehdi Sadri; Information systems Manager Date: 11/17/99 Re. Institutional Network Agreement Purpose: The purpose of this memorandum is to inform the City Council of the City's efforts to establish an agreement with AT&T cable services for the implementation of Institutional Network (I -Net). Background: The Institutional Network (I -Net) as described in franchise agreements with TCI and Viacom in 1995 and 1996 (see attached excerpts), is "a private communications network outside of the Subscriber system. This closed system shall be capable of upstream and downstream transmission". The I -Net is commonly negotiated and used by the cities and counties to transmit voice, data, and video between government sites to improve communication services, reduce operating costs, and improve overall business efficiency. The City is following its 1995/1996 franchise agreement's goals to improve the overall cable services in the City as well as implementing the I -Net. AT&T Cable Services has started the fiber upgrade and is expected to complete the fiber upgrade by September of 2000. The City has had several discussions with AT&T, other government agencies within Federal Way (Schools, Fire, Water and Sewer), as well as other cities and counties regarding our needs and the design of I -Net. It is necessary that we expand on the language in the franchise agreement to ensure City's interests in the design, development, and maintenance of the I -Net. We have retained the contracting services of Mr. Richard Li from Metropolitan Communication Consultants who has been involved with these types of negotiations to assist us with the negotiations. The I -Net agreement will be brought back to the Committee and Council for review, comments, and approval. Draft Agreement: The City received a five-page draft Institutional Network Agreement prepared by AT&T/TCI on October 27, 1999. The proposed terms of the agreement are given in the following ten sections: Section 1. Fiber Connections to City Buildings within City Limits Section 2. Fiber Connections to Additional City Buildings within City Limits Section 3. Fiber Construction and Termination Section 4. Maintenance of Backbone Fiber Section 5. Administration, Maintenance and Management Of the I -Net Section 6. Construction Updates and Schedule Section 7. I -Net Users to Provide Electronics Section 8. Private Network Status Section 9. Cost of I -Net Construction Section 10. Entire Agreement Based on input from staff, and other agencies there are various concerns and comments, it is recommended that the draft be expanded as outlined on the next page. The changes and additions incorporate: -- Provisions covered by the Franchise (e.g. all existing and ... new (future) public buildings). See Franchise excerpts following expanded draft. -- Other subjects that require definition and clarification (e.g. City review of design, testing of fiber in preparation for City activating fiber with electronic equipment) EXPANDED DRAFT OUTLINE INSTITUTIONAL NETWORK (I—NET FIBER) AGREEMENT TCI Draft, 10/27/99 1. Fiber Connections to City Buildings within Gty Limits 2. Fiber Connections to Additional City Buildings within Gly Lirrits 3. Fiber Construction and Te"nalion G Construction Updates and Schedule 8. Private Network Slalus 9. Col of I -Net Construction 7. I -Nei Users to Provide Electronics 4. Maintenance of Backbone Fiber 5. Adrsinislralion, Maintenance and Aianagenrenl CN the 1 -Nei 10. Entire A,grecovnl r__'1z__1 City Expanded Draft, 11/17/99 1. Facilities Connecter) By 1 -Net Fiber Within Cily - Existing and future 011tSide Gtr _. [xisting and I`uuue 2. 1 -Nei Fiber to be Provided According to Plans. i3ackbonc i -tint liber lite 111an.s 3. I -Net Filer Design. [iacLbcme fiber s'ca:nds, nUrn1wr and t}peg C.onnecl;on hbcr strands, Mumbo and type 4. I -Net Filer Construction and Termination. D maicat:, 1 per:ni tr:rvmtrship and mainkmanovi PjFsive. termnation Sear 5. Tisfing and Acceptance Conti nui t, s Budgets 6. Construclioa Schedule and Updates. Pre,ir*ct nIilc< tones and completwo date 7. 1 -Nei Fiber Ownership Ownersbip by francitisV. B. Cily Exclusive Righk. Dedicated, exdusivrr. irrtmrca ble. perpetual use by U'h 9. Private Network Stalus. Dsfi:r'tinr: rr iron- omrsrci ai" s Ailr;vvecl Uses by Gtsand examples 10. Inlerconnedion and Extensions. nnnetir:vi'crc:ther m4works ie.g. other -Nets, BPA public fibm. " 11. Col of I -Net Fiber Construction. 1 -Not liber cost paid by franchisee Raxcxery of cost by franchisee from cats subscribers 12. Cert of Fiber Connectioxs To Additional City Facilities. [It, vision f .. art undcrerrTined future facilities 13. I -Nei Usm to Provide Electronics. 14. Mas nlenance of kNel Fiber. IS. Administration,Maintenance and Aianargement of The Activated I.Net. AdivMN] x4hvcsk adminislratiott mointenemccr and nxinagermint by Ci':y 16. Agreement Binding on Successor. 17. Transfer, Aoignirent or Sale. I& Righl of First Refusal. 19. Remcdiei. 20. EntireAgreenent. Franchises Governing Provision of I -Net by AT&T Cable Services 1. TCI Cablevision of Washington, Inc. Franchise Ordinance No. 96-264 (3/21/96) Section 24: Institutional Networks (I -Nets)-- Upon City Council's request, all public buildings shall be provided with a private communications network outside of the Subscriber system. This closed system shall be capable of upstream and downstream transmission and may use any technically suitable method (e.g. hard-line, microwave with scramblers/descramblers, etc.) selected by the Operator. New buildings constructed subsequent to the date of this Franchise shall likewise be furnished the same capability providing they meet the trunk and distribution line requirements. Nothing contained in this Franchise shall obligate the Operator to provide any service that would, by virtue of the provision of such service, require the Operator to become a common carrier. Section 25: City-wide Institutional Network Interconnection-- In order to provide a uniform communications system throughout the City, the Operators shall provide interconnection of I -Nets as appropriate. The map shown as Appendix "C" indicates a suggested interconnection point. The sharing of costs of such interconnection will be left to the individual Operators. 2. Cable TV Puget Sound, Inc. (Viacom — affiliate of TCI Cablevision of WA, Inc.) • Franchise Ordinance No. 95-238 (8/10/95) Section 23: Institutional Networks (I -Nets) -- The Operator shall install, and upon City Council request, activate the software and equipment required to integrate telephony/ data transmission and interactive capability into its system between the fourth (4th) and seventh (7th) year of the Franchise so that the Subscriber network will provide the transportation capability to accommodate the future uses of the City through dynamic spectrum management technologies or its equivalent. If such dynamic spectrum management technologies are not commercially available and are not financially feasible, the Operator may petition the City for relief from implementing, or deferral of implementation of, such technologies, provided however, that if such technologies are not implemented or deferred, the operator shall be obligated to provide the City with up to four (4) Mhz of reverse capacity on the system and shall cooperate and coordinate in good faith with the City in making use of the reverse capacity allocated hereunder and the other capacity provided under this Section to meet the future uses and applications of the City. Section 24: City-wide Institutional Network Interconnection-- In order to provide a uniform communications system throughout the City, the Operator and TCI of Auburn, Inc. shall provide interconnection of I -Nets as appropriate. The map shown as Appendix "C" indicates a suggested interconnection point. Costs are to be shared as discussed in Section 21 City-wide Public, Educational, and Governmental Access Interconnection. CITY OF FEDERAL WAY MEMORANDUM Date: November 23, 1999 , To: Finance, Economic Development and Regional Affairs Committee From: Bob C. Sterbank, Deputy City Attorney-ra-- Subject: Proposed Sprint Fiber Optic Franchise — S. 320' Street ROW and S. 3240 /SR99 ROW Background: Sprint has requested a franchise to locate fiber optic cable within City rights-of-way along S. 320`h Street, between approximately Weyerhaeuser Way and I-5, and along S. 324"' Street at its intersection with SR99. The purpose for the fiber optic cable is to connect Sprint wireless antennae located on BPA towers with the US West switched telephone network. According to Sprint, it formerly used copper wire to make the connection, but US West has required Sprint to change to fiber where its facilities are located on BPA towers, because US West is reportedly concerned about potential for damaging electric backfeed from BPA towers, along the copper wire, and into the US West system. The basic terms of the proposed franchise are as follows: 1. Equipment The lease would permit Sprint to install underground fiber optic lines and appurtenances necessary to connect to the US West switched telephone network. These facilities would be installed in the franchise area defined as those portions of S. 3201h & S. 324' streets as shown on the attached drawings. 2. Consideration Sprint will pay the City's administrative costs and expenses in preparing and approving the franchise. Sprint will also relocate its facilities at the City's request, at Sprint's cost, and repair any damages it causes to the ROW, also at Sprint's cost. 3. Insurance Nextel will maintain insurance of $2 Million combined single limit for both commercial general liability and automobile insurance. 4. Term The term of the proposed franchise is 10 years, consistent with franchises the City has granted to TCI (now AT&T, for cable), and Puget Sound Energy, Tacoma Public Utilities (for Lakehaven's second supply pipeline) and Weyerhaeuser (fiber optic cable). 64 5. Bond The proposed franchise requires Sprint to post a $10,000 bond prior to commencing any work under the franchise. • s Committee Recommendation: Staff requests that the committee forward the proposed franchise to the full City Council, for placement on the December 21, 1999 City Council agenda, with a "do pass" recommendation. APPROVAL BY COMMITTEE: Committee Chair Committee Member Committee Member K:\telecom\fedrac 1. 123 �Z ORDINANCE NO. AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON, GRANTING SPRINT SPECTRUM, L.P., A DELAWARE LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, A NONEXCLUSIVE FRANCHISE TO OCCUPY RIGHTS-OF-WAY OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON, WITHIN THE SPECIFIED FRANCHISE AREA FOR THE PURPOSES OF INSTALLING, CONSTRUCTING, MAINTAINING, REPAIRING, AND RESTORING A FIBER OPTIC COMMUNICATION CABLE WITHIN AND THROUGH THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY. WHEREAS, Sprint Spectrum, L.P., a Delaware limited partnership ("Sprint Spectrum"), is the owner of wireless telecommunications antennae located on Bonneville Power Administration ("BPA") towers located north of South 320`' Street and east of Interstate 5, and at the corner of S. 324`'' Street and Pacific Highway South (SR 99), in Federal Way; and WHEREAS the wireless antennae are connected to the switched telephone network system owned by US West via copper telephone lines; and WHEREAS, US West has informed Sprint Spectrum that, because the copper telephone line is within feet of BPA power lines which carry more than volts, Sprint Spectrum must replace the copper line with a fiber optic line to protect US West's telephone network from a potential backfeed of BPA electricity through the copper line and into the telephone network; and WHEREAS, Sprint Spectrum has requested a franchise from the City of Federal Way, in order to locate portions of the fiber optic line within the S. 320`'' Street and S. 324th Street rights-of-way; and ORD # . PAGE 1 C -3 WHEREAS, the City Council of Federal Way finds that it is in the public interest to grant such a franchise, which will specify the rights and duties of Sprint Spectrum; and 'WHEREAS, RCW 35A.47.040 permits the City of Federal Way to grant nonexclusive franchises for the use of public streets, bridges or other public ways for, inter alfa, conduits, wires and appurtenances for transmission of signals and other methods of communications; and WHEREAS, in granting such a nonexclusive franchise, the City of Federal Way reserves such other powers and authorities granted to Washington code cities by general law; NOW THEREFORE, THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON, DOES HEREBY ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Definitions Where used in this Franchise the following terms shall be defined as follows: 1.1 "City" means the City of Federal Way, Washington, a municipal corporation of the State of Washington, and its respective successors and assigns. 1.2 "Council" means the City of Federal Way Council acting in its official capacity 1.3 "Director" means the Public Works Director, or designee, of the City of Federal Way Public Works Department. 1.4 "Facilities" means an underground fiber optic telecommunication line, and any appurtenances necessary to connect the line to the US West switched telephone network. 1.5 . "FWCC" means the Federal Way City Code. 1.6 "Franchise Area" means only that portion of the South 320` Street and S. 324' Street rights-of-way located in the City of Federal Way and shown in Exhibit A attached hereto, ORD # , PAGE 2 Ei i and/or any other areas approved by the Federal Way City Council and incorporated into this Ordinance via amendment. 1.7 "Franchisee" means Sprint Spectrum, L.P., a ISelaware fimited partnership, and its respective successors and assigns if consented to by the City of Federal Way as provided in Section 24 herein. Section 2. Grant/Acceptance 2.1 Grant of Franchise. The City hereby grants to Franchisee the nonexclusive right to enter upon the Franchise Area for the limited purpose of constructing, excavating, installing, maintaining, restoring, and repairing Facilities within in the Franchise Area. This franchise is specifically limited to the right for Sprint Spectrum to install Facilities owned and operated by Sprint Spectrum and which service Sprint Spectrum's wireless antennae located on the BPA towers. This franchise does not permit Sprint Spectrum to lease, rent, or otherwise allow use of conduits, space or capacity provided by the Facilities to other third -party telecommunications providers, and Sprint Spectrum covenants and agrees that it will not do so. 2.2 Acceptance by Franchisee. Franchisee shall have no rights under this Franchise, nor shall Franchisee be bound by the terms and conditions of this Franchise, unless Franchisee shall, within sixty (60) days after the effective date of this Franchise, file with the City its written acceptance of this Franchise and all of its terms and conditions. Section 3. Non -Franchise Area City Property This Franchise does not and shall not convey any right to Franchisee to install its Facilities on, under, over, across, or to otherwise use City -owned or leased properties of any kind outside the Franchise Area, or to install Facilities on, under, over, across or otherwise use any City owned or leased property within the Franchise Area other than public roads, streets, avenues, ORD # , PAGE 3 alleys and highways. Section 4. Term Subject to Franchisee filing its acceptance pursuant to Subsection 2.2, the term of this Franchise shall be for a period of ten (10) years commencing on the effective date of this Franchise, unless terminated earlier pursuant to this Franchise or other applicable law. Section 5. Location of Facilities 5.1 Location. The fiber optic line permitted by this Franchise shall be installed underground. The location of the Facilities, including the underground Facilities and appurtenances, their depths below surface of ground or grade of a right-of-way, and any related existing equipment (such as cellular antennae) to which the Facilities are connected shall be depicted on a map and submitted to the City within thirty (30) days of the installation of the Facilities. Upon written request of the City, Franchisee shall update such map to reflect actual or anticipated improvements to the system. Any such map (or update thereof) so submitted shall be for informational purposes only and shall not obligate Franchisee to undertake any specific improvements, nor shall such map be construed as a proposal to undertake any specific improvements. 5.2 GIS Data. At such time as Franchisee develops or employs Geographic Information System ("GIS") technology, Franchisee shall submit the information required in Subsection 5.1 above in digital GIS format, showing the location of its Facilities within the Franchise Area. 5.3 Desijzn Markings. In the event the City desires to design new streets or intersections, renovate existing streets, or make any other public improvements, Franchisee shall at the City of Federal Way's reasonable request, provide the location of Franchisee's underground Facilities within the Franchise Area by either field markings or by locating the Facilities on the City's design drawings, and shall provide all other reasonable cooperation and assistance to the ORD # . PAGE 4 City. Section 6. Noninterference of Facilities Franchisee agrees to maintain its Facilities and perform any and all activities authorized t r by this Franchise: (1) so as not to unreasonably interfere with the free passage of traffic; (2) in accordance with the laws of the State of Washington and City Code requirements, franchise provisions, regulations, resolutions and rules, as now existing or as hereafter amended; and (3) as required by the Director. This requirement applies whether or not the work is performed by the Franchisee, its agents, employees, subcontractors, or other third parties at Franchisee's direction. Section 7. Requirement to Obtain Permits 7.1 Permits and Permit Applications. Franchisee shall, at its expense, obtain all permits, (including rights-of-way permits), and pay all permit fees required by applicable City ordinances, regulations, resolutions and rules prior to commencing any work within the Franchise Area. Franchisee permit applications shall show the position and location of the proposed facilities to be constructed, laid, installed, or erected at that time, show their relative position to existing rights-of-way or property lines upon prints drawn to scale, designate rights-of-way by their names and improvements, such as, but not limited to, sidewalks, curbs, gutters, shoulders of roadway, ditches, paved roadways, roadways to property lines, turnouts, parking strips, telephone or electric distribution poles, and water pipes existing on the ground to be occupied, or as required by the Director. The Franchisee shall specify the class and type of materials to be used, equipment to be used, and mode of safeguarding and facilitating the public traffic during construction. Materials and equipment shall be in new or like -new condition for its type and kind. The manner of excavation, construction, installation, backfill, and temporary structures such as, but not limited to, traffic turnouts and road ORD # , PAGE 5 obstructions shall meet the standards of the FWCC and be satisfactory to the Director. All traffic control shall be in accordance with the right-of-way permit, and shall be in accordance with the Manual on. Un-fdfrn Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD). The Franchisee shall indicate on any permit application the time needed to complete the work. The time needed to complete the work is subject to approval by the City as a condition of the issuance of the permit or approval. 7.2 Emergency Exception to Permit Requirement. In the event of an emergency in which Franchisee's Facilities within the Franchise Area are in a condition as to immediately endanger the property, life, health or safety of any individual, Franchisee may take action immediately to correct the dangerous condition without first obtaining any required permit so long as: (1) Franchisee informs the City of nature and extent of the emergency, and the work to be performed, prior to commencing the work; and (2) such permit is obtained by Franchisee as soon as practicable following cessation of the emergency. Section 8. Standard of Performance The Franchisee shall not excavate for a distance of more than one hundred feet (100') without immediately backfilling and compacting to surface grade and city standards. Backfilled trench areas within a driving lane must be patched, either temporarily or permanently, before the end of the work day in which they have been opened. Trench areas within the right-of-way, but not with in a driving lane, must also be patched within the time limits specified by the City on the right-of-way use permit. Final surface restoration shall be completed within thirty (30) days and shall be equal to or better than the surface condition prior to permit issuance. Any asphalt overlay completed within the Franchise Area during the five (5) year -period immediately prior to the date of permit application shall not be open cut by Franchisee unless required by an emergency and subject to the provisions of Subsection 7.2 above. Franchisee shall ORD # , PAGE 6 install new asphalt overlay on any street that is open cut, whether in an emergency or otherwise, for a minimum of one (1) block (approximately 500 feet) in length in both directions from the open cut, unless determined otherwise by the Director. • Within fifteen (15) days of completion of any installation of Franchisee's Facilities within the Franchise Area, Franchisee shall submit to the Director plans, stamped by a Professional Engineer licensed by the State of Washington, showing the "as -built" location of the Facilities. Section 9. Survey Markers and Monuments Franchisee shall, using a licensed surveyor, immediately replace all markers or monuments disturbed during any work by Franchisee within the Franchise Area. Franchisee shall pay all costs associated with such lost, destroyed or disturbed monuments or markers. Section 10. Surface Markings/Stakes Prior to Franchisee commencing any excavation work within the Franchise Area, Franchisee shall reference all monuments and markers relating to subdivisions, plats, highways, and other surveys. The reference points shall be located so that they shall not be disturbed during the Franchisee's operations under this Franchise. The method of referencing these monuments or other points shall be approved by the City before placement. The construction shall be made as expeditiously as conditions permit, and as directed by the City. The cost of monuments or other markers lost, destroyed, or disturbed, and the expense of replacement of the monuments, shall be borne solely by the Franchisee. A complete set of reference notes for monuments and other ties shall be filed with the City. Section 11. Right of City to Complete Work In the event Franchisee fails to comply with any applicable federal, state or City laws, ordinances, rules, regulations or standards or with any of the terms of this Franchise, and such noncompliance continues for a period of ten (10) days after Franchisee receives written notice ORD # . PAGE 7 from the City regarding the noncompliance, the City may, but in no event is the City obligated to, order any work completed, including without limitation Franchisee's obligation to repair pursuant to Section 8 herein and Franchisee's obligation to remove or relocate facilities pursuant' - to Section 13 herein. If the City causes such work to be done by its own employees or by any person or entity other than Franchisee, Franchisee shall, upon the City's written request, immediately reimburse the City for all reasonable costs and expenses incurred by the City in having such work performed, which costs may include the City's reasonable overhead expenses and attorneys fees. However, the City shall not have any electrical work accomplished by any person or entity other than Franchisee or a qualified and licensed electrical contractor. Section 12. Notice to Franchisee of Work by City 12.1 City Reservation of Rights. The City reserves the right to use, occupy and enjoy all or any part of the Franchise Area, either above, below, or adjacent to the Facilities, for any purpose that is not inconsistent with the terms and conditions of this Franchise. The rights reserved herein include, without limitation, the construction, installation, and/or maintenance of any electrical, water, sewer or storm drainage line, traffic signals, street lights, trees, landscaping, bicycle paths and lanes, equestrian trails, sidewalks, other pedestrian amenities, and other public street improvement projects. This Franchise is not an exclusive Franchise shall not be construed to in any manner prohibit the City from granting other and further Franchises in, under, over, upon, and along the Franchise Area, nor from exercising such other powers and authorities granted to the City by the Washington State Constitution and general law. 12.2 City's Duties. In the event the City undertakes any work, including necessary maintenance within a right-of-way in which Franchisee's facilities are located, and such work necessitates the relocation of Franchisee's then existing Facilities within the Franchise Area, the ORD # , PAGE 8 City shall: (a) Provide written notice of the required relocation to Franchisee within a reasonable time prior td the commencement of such Cit}iwork; and (b) Provide Franchisee with copies of pertinent portions of the City's plans and specifications so that Franchisee may relocate its Facilities to accommodate the City work. 12.3 Franchisee's Duties. Within thirty (30) days of receipt of the City notice under Subsection 12.2(b) requiring relocation and receipt of the plans and specifications pursuant to Subsection 12.2(b), Franchisee shall raise, lower, or move such Facilities within the Franchise Area at its sole cost and expense to the location or position directed by the City, to cause the least interference with the improvement, repair, or alteration contemplated by the City and to conform to such new grades as may be established. If the City improves a right-of-way, Franchisee shall, at its sole cost and expense, upon receipt of notice, replace the Facilities located in the improved subgrade of the improvement with substitute Facilities conforming to the specifications for the improvement of the right-of-way. 12.4 Exclusivity. This Section 12 shall govern all relocations of Franchisee's Facilities required in accordance with this Franchise. Nothing in this Section 12 shall require Franchisee to bear any cost or expense in connection with the location or relocation of any Facilities existing under benefit of easement on property owned by a person or entity other than the City. Section 13. Damage Repair In case of damage by the Franchisee, its agents or employees or by the Facilities of the Franchisee to rights-of-way, or to public and private improvements to rights-of-way, the Franchisee agrees to repair the damage at its own cost and expense. The Franchisee shall, upon discovery of any such damage, immediately notify the City. The City will inspect the damage, and set a time limit for completion of the repair. If the City discovers damage caused by the ORD # . PAGE 9 Franchisee to rights-of-way, or to public and private improvements to rights-of-way, the City shall give the Franchisee notice of the damage and set a time limit in which the Franchisee must repair the damage. In the event the Franchisee does not repair alright -of -way or an improvement to a right-of-way as required in this section, the City may repair the damage pursuant to Section 11 of this Agreement. Section 14. Default 14.1 Notice of Default. In addition to other remedies set forth herein, if Franchisee shall fail to comply with any of the provisions of this Franchise, the City may serve a written notice to Franchisee ordering such compliance and Franchisee shall have sixty (60) days from the receipt of such notice in which to comply. 14.2 Revocation of Franchise. If Franchisee is not in compliance with this Franchise after the expiration of the sixty (60) day period, the City may, by resolution, declare the franchise immediately revoked. Section 15. Limited Rights This Franchise is intended to convey only a limited right and interest to Franchisee in the Franchise Area. This Franchise is not a warranty of title or conveyance of any ownership interest in or to the Franchise Area to Franchisee. Section 16. Eminent Domain The existence of this Franchise shall' not preclude the City from acquiring by condemnation, in accordance with applicable law, all or a portion of Franchisees Facilities within the Franchise Area for the fair market value thereof. In determining the value of such Facilities, no value shall be attributed to the right to occupy the Area conferred by this Franchise. Section 17. Vacation ORD # , PAGE 10 If at any time the City, by ordinance, vacates all or any portion of the Franchise Area, the City will not be liable for any damages or loss to the Franchisee by reason of such vacation. The City shall notify Franchisee in writing not less than 30 days before-vacatirg all or any portion of the Franchise Area. The City may, after thirty (30) days written notice to Franchisee, terminate this Franchise with respect to any such vacated area. Section 18. Compliance with Laws 18.1 General. Franchisee shall comply with all applicable federal, state and City laws, franchises, resolutions, regulations, standards and procedures, as now existing or hereafter amended or adopted, including without limitation the State Environmental Policy Act; provided, however, that if any term or condition of this Franchise and any term or condition of any City law, code, franchise, resolution, regulation, standard, procedure, permit or approval are in conflict, the term or condition of this Franchise will control. Franchisee specifically waives any right to bring an action that any aspect of this Franchisee is contrary to any local, state or federal law (including by way of illustration and not limitation the Telecommunications Act of 1996), provided that if. this Franchise is determined to be contrary to local, state or federal law through legal actions brought by others then Franchisee shall have the right, as Franchisee's sole remedy, to immediately terminate this Franchise without penalty or other liability at its sole discretion. 18.2 Future City of Federal Way Regulation. Franchisee acknowledges that the City may develop rules, regulations, ordinances and specifications for the use of the right-of-way which shall govern Franchisee's Facilities and activities hereunder as if they were in effect at the time this Franchise was executed by the City and Franchisee covenants and agrees to be bound by same. ORD # , PAGE 11 Section 19. Guarantee Franchisee shall guarantee work completed by the Franchisee under this Franchise for a period of 10 years against settlement or repair. Section 20. Charge for Administrative Costs Franchisee agrees to pay a fee or a charge to recover the actual reasonable administrative expenses incurred by the City which are directly related to preparing and approving this Franchise. Nothing herein shall preclude the City from charging administrative fees or recovering any administrative costs incurred by the City in the approval of permits or in the supervision, inspection or examination of all work by Franchisee in the Franchise Area as prescribed in accordance with applicable provisions of the Federal Way City Code. Section 21. Indemnification Franchisee agrees to indemnify and hold harmless and defend the City, its elected officials, officers, employees, agents, and volunteers from any and all claims, demands, losses, actions and liabilities (including costs and all attorney fees) 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 Franchise to the extent caused in part or in whole by the acts, errors or omissions of the Franchisee, its officers, partners, shareholders, agents, employees, or by the Franchisee's breach of any provisions of this Franchise; provided, however, that this section shall not be construed as requiring Franchisee to indemnify, hold harmless or defend the City against claims or damages arising from the negligence of the City, its agents or employees. In the event any claim, demand, suit or action is commenced against the City which gives rise to Franchisee's obligation pursuant to this Section 21, the City shall promptly notify Franchisee thereof. Franchisee's selection of an attorney to defend any such claim, demand, suit or action shall be subject to the City's approval, which shall not be unreasonably withheld. Franchisee shall not ORD # . PAGE 12 settle or compromise any such suit or action except with prior written consent of the City, which shall not be unreasonably withheld. The City shall have the right at all times to, participate through its.c�wvn attorney in any suitor action which arises pursuant to this Franchise when the City determines that such participation is required to protect the interest of the City or the public. In the event it is determined that RCW 4.24.115 applies to this Franchise, Franchisee agrees to defend, hold harmless and indemnify the City to the maximum extent permitted thereunder, to the full extent of Franchisee's negligence. Section 22. Insurance 22.1 Minimum Limits. The Franchisee agrees to carry as a minimum, the following insurance, in such forms and with such carriers as are satisfactory to the City. (a) Workers compensation and employer's liability insurance in amounts sufficient pursuant to the laws of the State of Washington; (b) Commercial general liability insurance with combined single limits of liability not less than $2,000,000 for bodily injury, including personal injury or death, products liability, contractual coverage, operations, explosion, collapse, underground and property damage; and (c) Automobile liability insurance with combined single limits of liability not less than $2,000,000 for bodily injury, including personal injury or death and property damage. 22.2 Mandatory Insurance Provisions. The comprehensive general liability insurance and automobile liability insurance policies shall be endorsed to contain the following provisions: (a) The City, its officers, elected officials, employees, and volunteers are to be named as additional insured; ORD # , PAGE 13 (b) Coverage shall apply separately to each insured against whom claim is made or suit is brought, except with respect to the limits of the insurer's liability; Coverage shall not be suspended, canceled, modified or reduced except after thirty (30) days prior written notice to the City delivered by certified mail, return receipt requested; and (d) Coverage shall be primary as to the City, its officers, officials, employees and volunteers. Any insurance or self-insurance by the City, its officers, officials, employees or volunteers shall be in excess of Franchisee's required insurance. 22.3 Verification of Coverage. Franchisee shall furnish the City with certificates of insurance and original endorsements evidencing the coverages required by this Section. The certificates and endorsements shall be signed by a person authorized by the insurer to bind coverage on its behalf and must be received and approved by the City prior to the commencement of any work. At the City's request, Franchisee shall deliver certified copies of all required insurance policies. Section 23. Bond Before commencing work within the City, the Franchisee shall post a ten thousand dollar ($10,000) bond to guarantee performance of the construction, performance, maintenance or repair in accordance with any permits required by Section 7, with the standard of performance as referenced in Section 8, and with the City's rights as specified under Sections 11 and 12. Procedures for submission and release of the bond shall be as provided in FWCC Sections 22-146 -22-175. Section 24. General Provisions 24.1 Entire Agreement This Franchise contains all of the agreements of the Parties with respect to any matter covered or mentioned in this Franchise and no prior agreements or ORD # , PAGE 14 understandings pertaining to any such matters shall be effective for any purpose. 24.2 Modification. No provision of this Franchise may be amended or added to except by agreement in writing signed by both of the Parties. ' 24.3 Assignmen . Franchisee shall not have the right 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 City. Any assignee shall, within thirty (30) days of the date of any approved assignment, file written notice of the assignment with the City together with its written acceptance of all terms and conditions of this Franchise. Notwithstanding the foregoing, Franchisee shall have the right, without such notice or such written contest, to mortgage its rights, benefits and privileges in and under this Franchise to the Trustee for its bondholders. 24.4 Attorney Fees. In the event the City or the Franchisee defaults on the performance of any terms in this Franchise, and the Franchisee or the City places the enforcement of the Franchise or any part thereof or for the collection of any monies due, or to become due hereunder, in the hands of an attorney, or files suit upon the same, the prevailing party shall be entitled to an award of all reasonable attorneys' fees, costs and expenses. The venue for any dispute related to this Franchise shall be King County, Washington. 24.5 No Waiver. Failure of either party to declare any breach or default by the other party immediately upon the occurrence thereof, or delay in taking any action in connection therewith, shall not waive such breach or default, but such party shall have the right to declare any such breach or default at any time. Failure of either party to declare one breach or default does not act as a waiver of such party's right to declare another breach or default. ORD # , PAGE 15 C i;�' 24.6 Governing Law. This Franchise shall be made in and shall be governed by and interpreted in accordance with the laws of the State of Washington. ., .1 . 24.7 Authority. Each individual executing this Franchise on behalf of the City and Franchisee represents and warrants that such individual is duly authorized to execute and deliver this Franchise on behalf of the Franchisee or the City. 24.8 Notices. Any notices required to be given by the City to Franchisee or by Franchisee to the City shall be delivered to the parties at the following addresses: Franchisee: Sprint Spectrum City: City of Federal Way Attn: City Attorney 33530 1st Way South Federal Way, WA 98003-6210 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 herein. Any notice so posted in the United States mail shall be deemed received three (3) days after the date of mailing. 24.9 Captions. The respective captions of the sections of this Franchise are inserted for convenience of reference only and shall not be deemed to modify or otherwise affect in any respect any of the provisions of this Franchise. 24.10 Remedies Cumulative. Any remedies provided for under the terms of this Franchise 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. Section 25. Severability If any section, sentence, clause, or phrase of this Franchise should be held to be invalid or unconstitutional by a court of competent jurisdiction, such invalidity or unconstitutionality shall ORD # . PAGE 16 not affect the validity or constitutionality of any other section, sentence, clause or phrase of this Franchise. Section 26. Ratification Any act consistent with the authority and prior to the effective date of this Franchise is hereby ratified and affirmed. PASSED by the City Council of the City of Federal Way this day of , 19 ATTEST: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY MAYOR, RON GINTZ CITY CLERK, N. CHRISTINE GREEN, CMC APPROVED AS TO FORM: CITY ATTORNEY, LONDI K. LINDELL FILED WITH THE CITY CLERK: PASSED BY THE CITY COUNCIL: PUBLISHED: EFFECTIVE DATE: ORDINANCE NO. 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WATER EASEMENT " I ;j EXISTING I o POWER VAU)_T I I • i EXISTING----- CITY OF FEDERAL WAY MEMORANDUM Date: October 22, 1999 To: Finance, Economic Development and Regional Affairs Committee From: Bob C. Sterbank, Deputy City Attorney —04` Subject: Proposed Western Wireless Lease —Lakota Park Background: Western Wireless has requested to lease space at Lakota Park for a wireless antenna lease. The basic terms of the proposed lease are as follows: 1. Equipment The lease would permit Western Wireless to install one 6 -foot high panel wireless antenna on an existing light standard at Lakota Park, and an associated equipment cabinet. The cabinet is proposed to be located adjacent to the parking lot, approximately 240 feet from Dash Point Road, and would be screened by a solid fence enclosure. 2. Consideration Under the proposed lease, Western Wireless would pay $975.00 per month. 3. Insurance Western Wireless will maintain insurance of $1 Million per occurrence and $3 Million in the annual aggregate for both commercial general liability and automobile insurance. Committee Recommendation: Staff requests that the committee forward the proposed franchise to full City Council, for placement on the December 7, 1999 City Council agenda, with a "do pass" recommendation. APPROVAL BY COMN=EE:' Committee Chair Committee Member Committee Member K:\telecom\fedracww 1.118 H11 SITE LEASE AGREEMENT THIS LEASE is entered into this _ day of 1999, by and between the CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON, a municipal corporation (hereinafter "City") and WESTERN PCS III CORPORATION, a Delaware corporation, with its principal office located at 3650 —131" Ave. S.E., Bellevue, WA 98006 (hereinafter "Tenant"). City is the owner in fee simple of a parcel of land located in the City legally described on the attached Exhibit A (the "Premises"). Tenant desires to lease space on and air -space above the Premises as described below for the installation and operation of certain equipment which include requisite antennas, connecting cables and one (1) equipment cabinet to be used by Tenant and appurtenances (collectively, "Equipment") for use in connection with its operation of telephony wireless communications service more specifically identified as personal communications service ("PCS"). In consideration of their mutual covenants, the parties agree as follows: 1. Leased Premises. City leases to Tenant and Tenant leases from City, on a non- exclusive basis, a portion of the Premises as legally described in attached Exhibit A, together with necessary space and rights for access and utilities, described and depicted in attached Exhibit B. Tenant may locate its Equipment on the Premises in the manner as described specifically in the attached Exhibit C. Tenant may not add Equipment in addition to that shown on Exhibit C other than as may be approved in writing by the City, which approval may be withheld pursuant only to lawful authority in the City's sole and absolute discretion and nothing shall constitute a waiver of Tenant's rights under applicable law. 2. Term. This Lease shall be five (5) years and shall commence on the date of execution by the City (the "Commencement Date") and shall end at 12:00 a.m. (midnight) on the fifth (5th) anniversary of the Commencement Date. This Lease may be renewed for three (3) additional five (5) year terms upon giving written notice to the City no more than six (6) months before and no later than three (3) months before the end of the current five (5) year term. The City may refuse to renew (i) in the event of breach of the Lease during the preceding term, or (ii) if the fair market rental, as determined by an independent appraiser jointly selected and paid for by the City and Tenant, is 20% more than what would otherwise be due by the Tenant hereunder; provided that the City gives 60 days notice to Tenant and MAI real estate appraisal methods are followed. Any such refusal shall be in writing and shall be sent to Tenant at least sixty (60) days prior to expiration of the then current five (5) year term. In addition, the City may refuse to renew this Lease if relocation is required pursuant to Paragraph 25 herein, and a suitable alternative location for the Premises cannot be agreed i upon. 3. Rent. During the first five (5) year term Tenant shall pay to the City rental fees in the amount of $975.00 per month, due on the 5th day of each month (in addition to the deposit of $975.00 from Tenant to City to ensure performance but not as a limitation of Tenant's liability herein). The deposit shall be held by the City without ,Ijab1l4y for interest. Rent shall be increased in each subsequent term by an amount equal to the average increase in CPI oyer they ` immediately preceding five (5) year term, but in no event. pore than fifteen percent (15%). Tenant specifically waives any right to bring an action that the rent obligation. herein is contrary to the provisions of any local, state or federal law, provided that if the rent obligation is determined to be contrary to local, state or federal law through legal actions brought by others then Tenant shall have the right as Tenant's sole remedy to immediately terminate this Lease without penalty or other liability at its sole discretion. If this Lease is terminated at any time other than on the last day of the month, rent shall be prorated as of the date of termination and, in the event of termination for any reason other than nonpayment of rent, all prepaid rents shall be refunded to Tenant, less any expenses or damage incurred by the City as a result of the termination. Tenant shall pay the City a late payment charge equal to five percent (5%) of the amount due for any payment not paid when due. Any amounts not paid when due shall bear interest until paid at the lesser of the rate of two percent (2%) per month or the highest rate permitted by law. 4. Permitted Use of Premises. a. Tenant shall use that portion of the Premises leased herein for the installation, operation and maintenance of its Equipment to provide PCS and no other service. The Equipment and Premises may not be used for cable, data, Internet or other telecommunications services. b. Tenant shall, at its expense, comply with all applicable federal, state and local laws, ordinances, rules and regulations (including laws and ordinances relating to zoning, aesthetics, landscaping, fencing, permits, removal and abandonment, screening, health, radio frequency emissions, other radiation and safety) in connection with the provision of PCS service and the use, operation, maintenance, construction and/or installation of Equipment and/or the Premises provided, however, that Tenant shall not be required to comply where its rights have previously vested by operation of law. Tenant shall obtain all required governmental approvals, authorizations, licenses and permits at Tenant's expense. City agrees to reasonably cooperate with Tenant in obtaining, at Tenant's expense including reimbursements of City's reasonable attorney, administrative and other related fees, any licenses and permits required by Tenant's use of the Premises. c. Tenant shall remove the Equipment from the Premises upon termination of the Lease. Upon removal of the Equipment, Tenant shall restore the affected area of the Premises to the reasonable satisfaction of the City. All costs and expenses for the removal and restoration to be performed by Tenant shall be borne by Tenant. If, however, Tenant requests permission not to remove all or a portion of the improvements and City consents to such nonremoval, title to the affected improvements shall thereupon transfer to City and the same thereafter shall be the sole and entire property of City, and Tenant shall be relieved of its duty to otherwise remove same. 4" purposes. Pursuant to Paragraph 25 below, the City may require Tenant to remove, repair, relocate, change, or reconstruct the Equipment pursuant to the City's instructions. 5. Restoration. In the event that Tenant causes damage of any kind to the Premises during the course of installing,_ operating or maintaining the Equipment, including �dama eg to any right-of-way caused by cutting, boring jack hammering, excavation or other work, and including latent damage not immediately apparent at the time of the work, Tenant shall repair the damage and/or restore the Premises and/or right -of --way at its sole cost and expense, without delay_or interruption and within the reasonable time period prescribed by the City. Restoration of the Premises or right-of-way shall be to a condition which is equivalent to or better than the condition of the right-of-way prior to commencing the installation, operation or maintenance of the Equipment and to a condition reasonably satisfactory to the City. Restoration of the right-of-way surface shall either include six inches (6") of crushed surfacing top course and three inches (3") of asphalt, class "B", or be replaced to the original condition, at the City's sole discretion. Whenever part of a square or slab or existing concrete sidewalk or driveway is cut or damaged, the entire square or slab shall be removed and replaced. All materials and compacting shall be in accordance with the "Standards and Specifications for Road, Bridge, and Municipal Construction," as amended. 6. Improvements. Tenant may update or replace the equipment from time to time provided that the replacement facilities are not greater in number or size or different in type, color or shape or height than the existing facilities and that any change in their location on the Premises is approved in writing by City which approval shall not be unreasonably withheld and which shall be pursuant to lawful authority. Subject to the foregoing, Tenant may change the Equipment configuration specified in attached Exhibit C or add facilities with the prior written approval of City. Tenant shall submit to City a written request for any such change or addition and any supplemental materials as may be requested, for City's evaluation and approval. City shall have thirty (30) days after receipt of all requested materials in which to respond to such request and unless City so notifies Tenant to the contrary such approval shall be deemed granted. No lights or signs may be installed on the premises or as part of the Equipment. 7. Premises Access. Tenant shall have reasonable access to the Premises 24 -hours - a -day, 7 days -a -week. City retains and reserves the right to access the Premises at all times. 8. Utilities. Tenant shall have the right to install needed utilities and, at its expense, separately meter charges for the consumption of electricity and other utilities associated with its use of the Premises and shall timely pay all costs associated therewith. 9. Maintenance. Tenant shall, at its own expense, maintain the Premises and Equipment on or attached to the Premises in a safe condition and in good repair. Additionally, Tenant shall keep the Premises free of debris caused by Tenant and anything of a dangerous, noxious or offensive nature or which would create a hazard or undue vibration, heat, noise or any interference with City services caused by Tenant. Tenant shall have sole responsibility for -the maintenance, repair and security of its Equipment and leasehold improvements and shall keep the same in good repair and condition during the Lease term. Upon termination of this Lease, Tenant shall return the Premises to the same condition as prior to this lease, normal wear and tear excepted. 10. Compliance with Laws. Tenant's use of the Premises is subject to its obtaining all certificates, permits, zoning and other approvals that may be required by any federal, state or local authority or from any other necessary person or entity. Tenant shall erect, maintain and operate its Equipment in accordance with applicable site standards, statues, ordinances, rules and regulations issued by the Federal Communications Commission, the City, federal or state government or any other governing bodies; provided, however, that Tenant shall not be required to comply where its rights have previously vested by operation of law. Tenant specifically waives any right to bring an action that any aspect of this Lease is contrary to any local, state or federal law (including by way of illustration and not limitation the Telecommunications Act of 1996), provided that if the Lease is determined to be contrary to local, state or federal law through legal actions brought by others then Tenant shall have the right, as Tenant's sole remedy, to immediately terminate this Lease without penalty or other liability at its sole discretion). In addition, Tenant specifically acknowledges that all of the Premises is right of way are City property and subject to City's regulatory authority. Nothing herein shall be deemed to limit, impair or affect City's authority to permit, franchise or otherwise approve usage of rights-of-way pursuant to its regulatory authority. 11. Interference. Tenant shall not use the Premises in any way which unreasonably interferes with the use of the Premises by City, or lessees, tenants or licensees of City, with rights to the Premises prior in time to Tenant's. City shall have the right to permit co -location of other telecommunications facilities on the Premises, to franchise or to permit usage of rights of way, provided such co -location, franchising or permitting does not otherwise violate any applicable law or unreasonably interfere with Tenant's transmission and signals use in connection with its operation of telephony wireless communication service more specifically identified as personal communications service ("PCS"). In the event that any other tenant's activities interfere with Tenant's use of the Facilities, and Tenant cannot work this interference out with the other tenants, Tenant may, upon 30 days notice to City, terminate this Lease and restore the leased premises to its original condition, reasonable wear and tear accepted. In such event, Tenant shall be entitled to a pro rata refund of all pre -paid rent. Tenant shall cooperate with all other users to identify the causes of and work towards the resolution of any electronic interference problem. In addition, Tenant agrees to eliminate any radio or television interference caused to City facilities or surrounding residences by Tenant's facilities at Tenant's own expense and without imposition of extra filters on City equipment. Tenant further agrees to accept such interference as may be received from City operated equipment. 12. Termination. EK pt as Othe .idea heFeifl, this Lease may be to a4ed -4- 115 a. Except as otherwise provided herein, this Lease may be terminated -without pengw to City or further liability of City, as follows: 1. Upon thirty (30) days written notice by either party for failure to cure a default or breach, including non-payment of amounts due under this Lease, within that thirty (30) day period; or such longer period as may be required to diligently complete a cure commenced within the thirty (30) day period; 2. Upon ninety (90) days written notice by Company that the Premises are or become unusable under Company's design or engineering_ specifications for its Equipment or the communications system to which the Eguipment belongs, or for any other reason as determined by Company in its reasonable discretion; -5- P-6 •. a. Except as otherwise provided herein, this Lease may be terminated -without pengw to City or further liability of City, as follows: 1. Upon thirty (30) days written notice by either party for failure to cure a default or breach, including non-payment of amounts due under this Lease, within that thirty (30) day period; or such longer period as may be required to diligently complete a cure commenced within the thirty (30) day period; 2. Upon ninety (90) days written notice by Company that the Premises are or become unusable under Company's design or engineering_ specifications for its Equipment or the communications system to which the Eguipment belongs, or for any other reason as determined by Company in its reasonable discretion; -5- P-6 3. Upon thirty (30) dys written notice by City (i) if Tenant permanently abandons the Premises or its Equipment; provided, however, that City acknowledges that Tenant's communications facility located on the Premises is unmanned; or (ii) if Tenant becomes the subject of a bankruptcy proceeding and the bankruptcy proceeding is not vacated within one hundred twenty (120) days; 4. Upon ninety (90) days written notice by City, for reasons involving public health, safety, or welfare. In addition, if the public's health, safety or welfare is endangered by the operations of Tenant's Equipment and Tenant fails to discontinue its operations as soon as is reasonably possible after receipt of notice thereof, and thereafter Tenant is unable to cure the conditions causing the endangerment within thirty (30) days after receipt of such notice. City may immediately terminate this Lease. 5. Immediately, in the event of an ememencv. as determined by the City in its reasonable discretion. In addition, the City may immediately terminate this Lease in the event of an emergency arising from Tenant's Equipment or Tenant's use of the Premises if Tenant fails to cure the situation giving rise to the emergency as soon as is reasonably possible after receipt of notice thereof. b. In the event of any termination under this Section, Company shall pay City all monies due, including attorney and collection fees and any other damages incurred by City as a result of such termination, but excluding unrelated consequential or incidental damages. In addition Company shall, at its sole expense return the Premises to the same condition as prior to this Lease ( normal wear and tear excepted) and shall remove all Equipment C. No re-entry and taking of possession of the Premises by City shall be construed as an election on City's part to terminate this Lease regardless of the extent of renovations and alterations by City, unless a written notice of such intention is giv6n to Company by City. Notwithstanding any reletting without termination. City may at any time thereafter elect to terminate this Lease for such previous breach. -6- /-/` 7" 13. Indemnity and Insurance. a. Disclaimer of Liability. City shall not, at any time, be liable for injury or . damage occurring to any person or property 1C',ing out of Tenant's construction, installation, i(maintenance, repair, use, operation, condition or dismantling of the Premises or Tenant's Equipment; nor shall Tenant be liable, at any time, for any like injury or damage arising from the City's ownership, acts or omissions related to the Premises; provided, further, that neither City nor Tenant shall be liable for claims arising from the other's sole, proportionate concurrent negligence, breach of contract or intentional acts or omissions of their officers, boards, commissions, employees, agents, attorneys and contractors. Tenant releases and waives any and all claims against the City, its officers, agents, employees or contractors for damage to or destruction of Tenant's Equipment caused by or arising out of activities conducted by the City, its officers, agents, employees and contractors, in the public ways and upon City -owned property subject to this Lease, except to the extent any such damage or destruction is caused by or arises from the sole negligence, proportionate concurrent negligence, breach of this Lease or any willful or malicious action on the part of the City, its officers, agents, employees or contractors. Tenant further agrees to indemnity, hold harmless and defend the City against any claims for damages, including, but not limited to, business interruption damages and lost profits, brought by or under users of Tenant's facilities as the result of any interruption of service due to damage or destruction of Tenant's facilities caused by or arising out of activities conducted by the City, its officers, agents, employees or contractors, except to the extent any such damage or destruction is caused by or arises from the sole negligence, proportionate concurrent negligence, breach of this Lease or any willful or malicious action on the part of the City, its officers, agents, employees or contractors. The provisions of this Section shall survive the expiration, revocation, or termination of this Lease. b. Indemnification and Hold Harmless. Tenant and City shall, at their sole cost and expense, indemnify and hold harmless and defend one another and their officers, boards, commissions, employees, agents, attorneys, successors, assigns and contractors from and against any and all liability, damages and claims (including, without limitation, reasonable fees and expenses of attorneys, expert witnesses and consultants), which may be asserted by reason of any act or omission of each, its employees, agents or contractors or which may be in any way connected with the other's intentional acts, omissions or breaches of contract. The provisions of this Section shall survive the expiration, revocation, or termination of this Lease. C. Insurance. During the term of this Lease, Tenant shall maintain in full force and effect and at its sole cost and expense, and naming City, its officers, boards, commission, employees and agents as additional insureds, the following types and limits of insurance: ' -7- 4- i. Comprehensive commercial general liability insurance with minimum limits of One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) per occurrence and Three Million Dollars ($3,000,000) in the annual aggregate. ii. Comprehensive automobile liability insurance with combined single minimum limits of One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) per occurrence and Three Million Dollars ($3,000,000) in the annual aggregate. iii. Worker's compensation insurance and such other insurance as may be required by law. d. Evidence of Insurance. Certificates of insurance for each insurance policy required by this Lease, along with written evidence of payment of required premiums, shall be filed and maintained with City prior to commencement of the term of this Lease and thereafter. e. Cancellation of policies of Insurance. All insurance policies maintained pursuant to this Lease shall contain the following or substantially similar endorsement: "At least sixty 60 f'��0) days prior written notice shall be given to City by the insurer of any intention not to renew such policy or to cancel, replace or reduce coverage regarding the Premises, such notice to be given by registered mail." f. Deductibles. All insurance policies may be written with commercially reasonable deductibles. g. License. All insurance policies shall be with insurers licensed to do business in the State of Washington and with a rating according to Am Best of A -IV or better, unless waived by the City. h. Defense of City. When under the terms of this Agreement Tenant is required to defend the City against any action or proceeding brought against the City, Tenant shall, at Tenant's sole cost and expense, resist and defend the same provided, however, that Tenant shall not admit liabili , in any such matter on behalf of the City without the written consent of City. 14. Holding Over. Any holding over after the expiration of the term hereof, with the consent of the City, shall be construed to be a tenancy from month to month and shall otherwise be on the terms, covenants and conditions herein specified. 15. Acceptance of Premises. Tenant accepts the Premises in the condition existing as of the Commencement Date. City makes no representation or warranty with respect to the condition of the Premises. 16. Notices. All notices, requests, demands and other communications hereunder shall be in writing and shall be deemed given if personally delivered or mailed, certified mail, return receipt requested, to the following addresses: .. A .r If to City, to: City Attorney 33530 - 1St Way So. Federal Way, WA 98003 -9- /-/-/0 With a copy to: City Manager 33530 — l" Way So. Federal Way, WA 98003 If to Tenant, to: Leasing Administrator' 3650 - 131St Ave. S.E. Bellevue, WA 98006 17. Subleasing or Assignment. Tenant may not assign this Lease or sublet the Premises or Equipment, in whole or in part, without the prior written consent of City, which may not be unreasonably withheld. City may inquire into the qualifications and financial stability of a potential assignee or sublessee and reasonably request any information related to such inquiry and may also condition such approval upon the financial and technical expertise of a proposed assignee or sublessee and upon the resolution of any compliance obligation under the Lease. If the City has not responded to a request to assign or sublet with a decision within forty-five (45) days, City approval shall be deemed given. Tenant may, however, upon notice to City and without City approval, mortgage or grant a security interest in this Lease and the Equipment. 18. Successors and Assigns. Subject to Section 16, this Lease shall be binding upon and inure to the benefit of the parties, and their respective permitted successors and assigns. 19. Non -Waiver. Failure of City to insist on strict performance of any of the conditions, covenants, terms or provisions of this Lease or to exercise any of its rights hereunder shall not waive such rights, but City shall have the right to enforce such rights at any time and take such action as might be lawful or authorized, either in law or equity; provided that the City may not seek enforcement for performance more than six (6) months after the City receives notice of a failure to perform. The receipt of any sum paid by Tenant to City after a breach of this Lease shall not be deemed a waiver of such breach unless expressly set forth in writing by the City within 10 days after receipt. 20. Taxes. Tenant shall pay all personal property taxes (or payments in lieu of taxes) and assessments for the Premises, if any, which become due and payable during the term of this Lease attributable to the Equipment or Tenant's use of the premises. 21. Lease Subject to Future Ordinances. Tenant acknowledges that the City may develop rules, regulations, ordinances and specifications for the use of the Public Right -of -Way and City property which shall govern Tenant's Equipment and activities hereunder as if they were in effect at the time this Lease was executed by the City., and Tenant covenants and agrees to be bound by same; provided, however, that Tenant shall not be bound where its rights have previously vested by operation of law. 22. Authority. Tenant „ k . ledg that its rights are- fuAher- subjeet to the Bonneville Power- Attther-ity,("BPA") tfansmission line easements r-eear- under King County Reeording Numbers. 5151931 and 3252563. in the event sueh easeme A . ter-minate, so will Tenant's rights under- this Lease without any liability on the pat4-af the-Gity. City represents to Tenant that: -10- a. City has authority to execute this Lease; b. City has title to the Premises free and clear of any liens or. mortgages, eKeept r^,. the 13D n +. . easements, ^a except those; matters, liens and/or mortgages which are of record, disclosed and/or otherwise apparent to Tenant; C. There is legal ingress and egress to the Premises from a Public Right -of - Way; and d. Execution and performance of this Lease will not violate any laws or agreements binding on City. 23. Condemnation. In the event the Premises are taken in whole or in part by any entity by eminent domain, this Lease shall terminate as of the date title to the Premises vests in the condemning authority. Tenant shall not be entitled to any portion of the award paid and the City shall receive the full amount of such award. Tenant hereby expressly waives any right or claim to any portion thereof. Tenant shall have the right to claim and recover from the condemning authority, other than the City, such compensation as may be separately awarded or recoverable by Tenant. 24. Alteration, Damage or Destruction. If the Premises or any portion thereof is altered, destroyed or damaged so as to materially hinder effective use of the Equipment through no fault or negligence of Tenant, Tenant may elect to terminate this Lease upon thirty (30) days written notice to City, as Tenant's sole remedy. In such event, Tenant shall promptly remove the Equipment from the Premises and shall restore the Premises to the same condition as existed prior to this Lease, normal wear and tear excepted. This Lease (and Tenant's obligation to pay rent) shall terminate upon Tenant's fulfillment of the obligations set forth in the preceding sentence and its other obligations hereunder, at which termination Tenant shall be entitled to the reimbursement of any Rent prepaid by Tenant. City shall have no obligation to repair any damage to any portion of the Premises. 25. Dangerous Conditions: Authority for City to Abate. Whenever construction, installation, or excavation of telecommunications facilities authorized by this Lease has caused or contributed to a condition that appears to substantially impair the lateral support of the adjoining public way, street or public place, or endangers the public, street utilities, or City - owned property, the Public Work Director may direct Tenant, at Tenant's own expense, to take reasonable action to protect the public, adjacent public places, City -owned property, streets, utilities, and public ways. Such action may include compliance with a prescribed time. In the event that Tenant fails or refuses to promptly take the actions directed by the City, or fails to fully comply with such directions, or if emergency conditions exist which require immediate action, the City may enter upon the Leased Premises and take such actions as are reasonably necessary to protect the public, the adjacent streets, public ways, and utilities, to maintain the lateral support thereof, or actions regarded as necessary safety precautions; and -11- Tenant shall be liable to the City for the costs thereof. The provisions of this Section shall survive the expiration, revocation, or termination by other means of this Lease. 26. Relocation of Facilities. Within ninety (90) days following written notice from the City, Tenant shall, at its own expense, temporarily remove, relocate, change or alter the position of its telecommunications facilities upon the Premises whenever the Director of the Department of Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services ("PARCS") or his or her designee shall have determined that such removal, relocation, change or alteration is reasonably necessary for construction, repair, maintenance or installation of any City or other improvement in or upon the subject property or for the operations of the City or other governmental entity in or upon the Premises. In the event that a suitable alternative location for Tenant's telecommunications facilities cannot be located upon the Premises, either party Tenant shall have the right to terminate this Lease upon the conclusion of the ninety 90 39 days written notice to the other provided for in this Section C4 -y, and Tenant shall be entitled to a pro rata refund of all pre -paid rent. The provisions of this Section shall survive the expiration, revocation, or termination by other means of this Lease. 26. Miscellaneous a. City and Tenant respectively represent that their signatory is duly authorized and has full right, power and authority to execute this Lease. b. With the exception of the applicable laws, ordinances, rules and regulation, this Lease constitutes the entire agreement and understanding of the parties . and supersedes all offers, negotiations and other agreements of any kind. Except as previously set forth, there are no representations or understandings of any kind not set forth herein. Any modification of or amendment to this Lease must be in writing and executed by both parties. C. This Lease shall be construed in accordance with the laws of the State of Washington. d. Section captions and headings are intended solely to facilitate the reading thereof. Such captions and headings shall not affect the meaning or interpretation of the text herein. e. If the methods of taxation in effect at the Commencement Date of the Lease are altered so that in lieu of or as a substitute for or in addition to any portion of the property taxes and special assessments, if any, now imposed on Equipment, there is imposed a tax upon or against the rentals payable by Tenant to City, Tenant shall also pay those amounts. f. Tenant shall be responsible for obtaining all necessary approvals, authorizations and agreements from any party or entity and it is acknowledged and agreed that the City is making no representation, warranty or covenant whether any of the foregoing approvals, authorizations or agreements are required or have been obtained by Tenant from any person or entity. -12- H-/3 g. If any term of this Lease is found to be void or invalid, such invalidity shall not affect the remaining terms of this Lease, which shall continue in full force and effect. h. This Agreement may be eaorced at both law and equity. Damages are not an adequate remedy fir breach. This Lease was executed as of the date first set forth above. CITY OF FEDERAL WAY WESTERN PCS III CORPORATION By: By: Its: Title: KAww-sacaj.1se -13- /-� -/' Ll EXHIBIT A Legal Description The property is legally described as follows: EXHIBIT B Site Location Within the Premises B-1 1 14�, EXHIBIT C Site Plan (Including Location of Equipment Box/Shed) CC -1 /'/-/7' / -/7' CITY OF FEDERAL WAY MEMORANDUM DATE: November 15, 1999 TO: Finance, Economic Development and Regional Affairs Committee FROM: Marwan Salloum, Street System Manager SUBJECT: Self -Propelled Asphalt Paver Bid Award Background: As partof the 1999/2000 adopted Street Maintenance Program Biennial Budget, Council appropriated $173,607 toward the purchase, lease and rental of needed equipment to operate the Street Maintenance Division. The remaining balance of the equipment budget is $38,426.00, and the only piece of equipment that was budgeted but not yet purchased is the Asphalt Paver. The City recently went out for bid on the paver. Two bids were received for the Self Propelled Asphalt Paver on November 2, 1999: Vendor Western Power Equipment Construction Machinery Inc. Bid Amount $40,725.00 $42,670.22 The Western Power Equipment paver did not meet the advertised specification which made them none responsive and were eliminated from consideration. Therefore the low responsive and responsible bidder is Construction Machinery Inc. in the amount of $42,670.22. Available Budget Street Maintenance Program (equipment budget balance) $38,426.00 Message Board Saving $ 5,945.51 TOTAL AVAILABLE BUDGET $44,371.51 Action Requested: Place the following item on the December 7,1999 Council Consent Agenda for approval: Approve awarding the purchase of the Self Propelled Asphalt Paver to the lowest responsive, responsible bidder Construction Machinery Inc. in the amount of $42,670.22. APPROVAL OF COMMITTEE ACTION: Mary Gates Committee Chair MS:kc KICOUNCILTEMPaver Jeanne Burbidge Committee Member Linda Kochmar Committee Member DATE: TO: FROM: SUBJECT: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY MEMORANDUM November 23, 1999 %*. Finance Economic Development & Regional Affairs Committee Members Marie Mosley, Deputy Management Services Director - Use Tax for Natural or manufactured Gas Pursuant to RCW 82.14.230, the City has the authority to impose and collect a tax on natural gas or manufactured gas used in the City, which is not already being taxed through the Utility Tax ordinance. Any consumer that purchases natural gas from an outside source is subject to this "use" tax in the amount equivalent to our utility tax rate (5%). The tax is collected by the Washington State Department of Revenue, as authorized by the attached interlocal agreement, and remitted to the City on a quarterly basis. In addition, the City is required to implement an ordinance authorizing the collection of this tax, which is also attached. The City is currently aware of only one business at this time that would be subject to this ordinance, although there may be others that we are not aware of at this time. By implementing this ordinance all businesses located in the City of Federal Way will be paying an equitable amount of tax on natural gas. Committee Recommendation: Approve the natural gas or manufactured gas ordinance that will allow for the collection of the use tax on the consumer of outside purchases of natural gas or manufactured gas. Approve the interlocal agreement that provides for the collection of this use tax by the Washington State Department of Revenue. Committee Chair Committee Member J— I Committee Member ORDINANCE NO. AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON, IMPOSING A USE TAX ON THE PRIVILEGE OF USING NATURAL GAS OR MANUFACTURED GAS AS A CONSUMER AS AUTHORIZED BY RCW 82.14.230. WHEREAS, State law permits the City to levy a use tax on the privilege of using natural gas or manufactured gas; and WHEREAS, the City deems it necessary and advisable to adopt measures providing for increased revenue from such a tax upon persons consuming such natural gas or manufactured gas; NOW, THEREFORE, THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON, DOES HEREBY ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Imposition. As authorized by RCW 82.14.230, there is hereby imposed on every person a use tax for the privilege of using natural gas or manufactured gas in the City as a Consumer. The tax shall be in an amount equal to the value of the article used by the taxpayer multiplied by the rate of tax on the gas distribution business as set forth in Section 14- 173(d). The "value of the article used" shall have the meaning set forth in RCW 82.12.010(1). Section 2. Exemption. The tax imposed under this Section shall not apply to the use of natural or manufactured gas if the person who sold the gas to the consumer has paid a tax ORD # , PAGE 1 J-� under Section 14-173(d) with respect to the gas for which exemption is sought under this subsection. [. Section 3. CrecTiL. There shall be a credit against the tax levied under this Section if allowed pursuant to RCW 82.14.230(4) as it now exists or may hereafter be amended. Section 4. Administration - Collection. The use tax hereby imposed shall be paid by the consumer. The administration and collection of the tax imposed by this ordinance shall be in accordance with the provisions of RCW 82.14.050 as the same now exists or may hereafter be amended. Section 5. Severability. The provisions of this ordinance are declared separate and severable. The invalidity of any clause, sentence, paragraph, subdivision, section, or portion of this ordinance or the invalidity of the application thereof to any person or circumstance, shall not affect the validity of the remainder of the ordinance, or the validity of its application to other persons or circumstances. Section 6. Ratification. Any act consistent with the authority and prior to the effective date of this ordinance is hereby ratified and affirmed. Section 7. Effective Date. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force five (5) days from and after its passage and publication, as provided by law. PASSED by the City Council of the City of Federal Way this day of , 19 ORD # , PAGE 2 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY MAYOR, RON GINTZ ATTEST: CITY CLERK, N. CHRISTINE GREEN, CMC APPROVED AS TO FORM: CITY ATTORNEY, LONDI K. LINDELL FILED WITH THE CITY CLERK: PASSED BY THE CITY COUNCIL: PUBLISHED: EFFECTIVE DATE: ORDINANCE NO. K:\ORDIN\usegas.taz Revised 11-18-98 ORD # , PAGE 3 J -v AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE STATE OF WASHINGTON, DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE AND THE CITY OF REGARDING THE ADMINISTRATION AND COLLECTION OF LOCAL NATURAL GAS USE TAX THIS AGREEMENT, Made this day of _ 199_, by and between the State of Washington, Department of Revenue, hereinafter referred to as th. Department, and the above designated city, hereinafter referred to as the city, WITNESSETH: WHEREAS, The Legislature of the State of Washington has by chapter 384, Laws of 1989, authorized cities to impose a local natural gas use tax, and WHEREAS, It is provided in section 2 of said act by reference to RCW 82.14.050, that any city imposing a local natural gas use tax by ordinance shall, prior to the effective date thereof, contract with the Department for the administration and collection of said tax, and WHEREAS, The city has by ordinance, a copy of which is attached hereto, elected to impose a natural gas use tax commencing on the first day of , 199_ NOW, THEREFORE, To effectuate section 2 of the aforementioned act, the parties hereto agree as follows: 1. The Department shall exclusively perform all functions incident to the administration and collection of the taxes imposed by the said ordinance, other than criminal prosecutions. 2. The Department shall retain from the taxes so collected the amount of two percent thereof as expenses of administration and collection. Said amount shall be subject to review during October of each year. 3. The remainder of said taxes so collected shall be deposited by the Department in the local sales and use tax account under the custody of the State Treasurer. 4. In carrying out its administration and collection duties hereunder, the Department shall, insofar as the same are applicable, apply the administrative provisions contained in chapters 82.02 and 82.32 RCW, and the Department's rules and regulations promulgated pursuant to RCW 82.32.300, as the same exist or may hereafter be amended. The Department shall adopt additional rules and regulations, in accordance with the Sate Administrative Procedure Act, to facilitate the administration and collection of the local taxes as it may deem necessary or desirable. 5. The Department shall perform its duties hereunder so that as far as possible the local natural gas use tax adopted by the city shall be administered and collected in a manner which is as consistent and uniform as possible with the state natural ga&use tax and facilitates the imposition of the local natural gas use tax upon individual taxable events simultaneously with the imposition of the state natural gas use tax. Js 6. The city shall have the right from time to time to examine the records of the Department as they concern taxpayers subject to the aforementioned ordinance. 7. The allocation of local natural gas use tax collections among the various cities and counties will be sent by the Department to the State Treasurer within 60 days after the close of the first quarter for which the tax is imposed and thereafter on a quarterly basis. S. All refunds and credits for local natural gas use tax made by the Department shall be charged to the city. 9. The Department shall require redistribution to the affected cities, of any tax, penalty and interest distributed to a city other than the city entitled thereto. Such redistribution shall not be made as to amounts originally distributed earlier than three quarterly periods prior to the quarterly period in which the Department obtains knowledge of the improper distribution. 10. This agreement shall take effect on the day of '199 , and shall thereafter be automatically renewed on December 31 of each year unless one of the parties gives written notice of termination on or before November of each such year. 11. In witness whereof the parties hereto have affixed their signature the day and year first above written. DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE STATE OF WASHINGTON By DIRECTOR [CITYt By TITLE J— & CITY •F G MEMORANDUM Date: November 23, 1999 To: Finance, Economic Development & Regional Affairs Committee From: Marie Mosley, Deputy Management Services Director Subject: October 1999, Monthly Financial Report Action Requested: Accept the Monthly Financial Report and forward to the December Council meeting for approval. Committee Chair: Mary Gates APPROVAL OF COMMITTEE REPORT Committee Member: Jeanne Burbidge Committee Member: Linda Kochmar CITY •F E O.MfM. Aff--2 Ir —_cluesuuns?? C.ontact" N•larie Nlosle, 661-=100 I Tlw Kraus 661-4170 j 1"lari l.)orut- 001-40506 « A City, for All Of "' OVERVIEW Overview 1 Significant Events 1-2 General Government Revenues 2-5 Expenditures 5-7 Supplemental Schedules 8-13 Attachment A 14 October 1999 Monthly Financial Report The Monthly Financial Report is intended to provide an overview of financial activity that has taken place in the reporting period. This report focuses mainly on activity incurred in the following operating funds: General, Street, Arterial Street, Utility Tax Projects, Solid Waste & Removal, Paths & Trail, Surface Water Management, Strategic Reserve, Airport Strategic Reserve, Debt Service, and Dumas Bay Centre. The Summary of Sources and Uses (Attachment A) captures financial activity through October for the years 1994 through 1999. SIGNIFICANT EVENTS Passage of Initiative 695 The recent passage of Initiative 695 will result in a revenue loss for the City of approximately $2 million, and is projected to create a $1.4 million deficit in the City's operating budget. In order to save money and give the Council added flexibility in determining the new service levels, the City Manager has implemented a hiring freeze effective immediately. Exceptions can be made on a case-by-case basis when a department director provides justification that a substantial and extraordinary need exists, based on the four basic municipal functions. Protection of public safety, health, welfare and promotion of the common Y --Z good; Enforcement of laws, codes and ordinances so as to ensure public safety and maintain an orderly environment in which people can live, learn, work and play; Maintain public investment such as infrastructure, right of way, buildings, parks and the like; Mandates that are levied on the City through external contract or legislative changes without accompanying revenue sources. The new Municipal Court will be permitted to hire their court clerks in order to be operational beginning January 1, 2000. Business License Renewals Approximately 4,000 Business License renewals will be mailed out this month, with a requested renewal fee of $25. The renewal will be due January 1, and City of Federal Way October 1999 Monthly Financial Report late fees will begin February 1, 2000. The late fee is 5% or $1.25 per month, not to exceed 20% or $5.00. Parks and Recreation Survey On November 1, the Parks and Recreation Department distributed a 1999 Parks and Recreation Survey to compare the community's response to our current park and recreation services. The last survey was taken back in 1990. The results will assist the Council in prioritizing needs, evaluating trends and guiding implementation of citizen's requests for future development and acquisition of facilities and programs. When asked to list the most needed improvements to existing parks, the top responses were additional restrooms, additional security, sports lighting at Sacajawea and Lakota, higher level of maintenance and a park for "little" kids. When asked what type of new revenue source for the new facilities, 56% favor a voter approved bond, 31% favor a park impact/user fee and the remaining 15% had other alternatives. The results of the survey can be found on the City's web site. GENERAGGOVERNMENTAL REVENUES General governmental revenue collections through October total $33,721,623, which is $4,499,341 or 15.4% above the year-to-date budget ($29,222,282). Of this amount, $1,602,128 is related to Utility taxes and REET that are reserved for the payment of debt service. When compared to 1998, revenues have increased by $2,737,759 or 8.8%. Attachment A provides a comparison of year-to-date revenues by major sources for 1999 with comparative figures for the past 5 years. 2 K-3 REVENUE SUMMARY BY MAJOR REVENUE SOURCES Period Ending October 31, 1999 r V Zffie to DazJCollect Undekeget rMOWNtua � C . cry�uBut d`ud�g tw 1(TDy(BudgetYTD r ls� Property Tax 6,634,350 4,593,623 69.2% 4,593,623 - 0.0° 886,800 Sales Tax 8,605,426 7,927,396 92.1% 7,135,086 792,310 11.1° 817,021 Hotel/Motel Lodging Tax 65,000 31,782 48.9% 35,288 (3,506) -9.9° 7,613 Criminal Justice Sales Tax 1,362,747 1,215,389 89.2% 1,123,532 91,857 8.2% 124,350 Gambling Tax 509,600 1,189,252 233.4% 448,391 740,861 165.2% 113,838 Utility Tax 4,633,769 4,390,429 94.7% 3,853,253 537,176 13.9% 434,950 Real Estate Excise Tax 1,200,000 2,051,171 170.9°/ 986,218 1,064,953 108.0% 279,424 Franchise Fees 494,255 469,923 95.1% 494,255 (24,332) -4.9% 116,624 Licenses & Permits 123,201 122,560 99.5° 114,342 8,218 7.2° 9,402 Intergovernmental 4,576,430 4,452,902 97.3° 4,063,978 388,924 9.6° 758,828 CD Building Permits & Fees 853,193 1,131,873 132.7% 720,891 410,982 57.0% 52,306 CD Pass Thru Fees - 75,843 na - 75,843 na 8.061 PW Permits & Fees 223,573 180,671 80.8% 181,694 (1,023) -0.6° 14,652 PW Pass Thru Fees - 53,324 na - 53,324 na 6,900 SWM Fees 3,120,302 2,637,393 84.5°/ 2,637,393 - 0.0° 872,635 Refuse Fees 148,524 123,751 83.3% 123,770 (19) 0.0° 12,236 Admin Fees 168,478 186,802 110.9°/ 186,802 - 0.0° 60,442 Fines & Forfeits 714,000 710,595 99.5% 606,150 104,445 17.2° 59,562 Recreation Fees 551,343 519,187 94.2% 513,476 5,711 1.1° 9,532 Knutzen Theatre Operations 59,030 29,108 49.3% 49,192 (20,084) -40.8°/ 1,438 Dumas Bay Centre Operations 429,609 408,673 95.1% 348,171 60,502 17.4° 42,164 Public Safety 138,432 260,787 188.4°/ 130,037 130,751 100.50A 33,811 Interest Earnings 1,040,139 858,185 82.5% 775,737 82,447 10.6°/ 70,534 Miscellaneous Revenue 139,765 101,004 72.3% 101,004 - 0.0% (17,620 Subtotal Operations 35,791,166 33,721,623 94.2% 29,222,282 4,499,341 15.4° 4,775,501 Interfund Transfers 6,019,289 5,189,437 86.2°/ 5,189,437 - 0.00 2,683,956 Other Financing Sources 1,123.307 191,621 17.10 191,621 - 0.00 17,750 Total Revenues 42,933,762 39,102,681 91.1°/ 34,603,340 4,499,341 13.0°/ 7,477,207 ' Shows actuals as % of year-to-date budget. For example, 50% means actual revenues were half of what was budgeted for that period. 2 K-3 City of Federal Way October 1999 Monthly Financial Report Property tax Property tax revenues collected through October total $4,593,623, which is an decrease of $352,846 over 1998. Actual taxes received in the current month total $886,800. Sales Tax Sales tax received through October of $7,927,396 is $792,310 or 11.1% above the year-to-date budget ($7,135,086). Compared to 1998 year-to-date, sales tax increased $684,569 or 9.5%. Sales tax received in the month of October totals $817,021 that is $102,246 or 14.3% above the adopted budget estimate. Compared to October 1998, sales tax increased $55,460 or 7.3%. Retail sales continue to remain the largest source, accounting for 64.3% of all sales tax collections. Year-to-date retail sales tax collections are up $453,142 or 9.8% over 1998, attributable to an overall increase in retail activity. Year-to-date construction and contracting activity, which accounts for 9.7% of sales tax collections, is up $262,254 or 52.1% compared to 1998 activity. One construction company is responsible for 55.5% of this increase. They are one of the top 10 sales tax revenue contributors over the last 12 months. This increase is further reflected in the City's building permit trends. Manufacturing activity through the end of October has generated $232,028 in revenues. This is down $128,579 when compared to 1998. This is due to a major manufacturing company reporting sales tax on a quarterly basis for part of 1998 versus monthly in 1999. They also have recently moved out of the state, but they continue to have sales throughout the state. Therefore we will still be receiving sales tax from them, but in much smaller monthly remittances. Through October they have remitted $90,851, while last year at the same time they remitted $248,217. This is a decrease of $157,366 or 63.4%. Since their move in April, we have been receiving only a few hundred dollars each month. We expect this to continue for the remainder of the year. Transp/Comm/Utility sales taxes collected total $337,668, which is an increase over 1998 of $36,356 or 12.1%. This is due to an overall increase in cellular communication activity, which is also reflected in the increase in cellular utility tax revenues. K -4 COMPARISON OF SALES TAX COLLECTIONS BY SIC CODE GROUP YTD Through October Component Group I 1996 Actual j 1997 II Actual 1998 Actual 1999 1 Actual ! Change from 1998 $ Change % Change Retail Trade $ 4,381.214 $ 4,448,813 I $ 4,646,045 IS 5,099,188 $ 453,142 9.8% services 606,391 I 655,435 708,229 752,151: 43,922 j 6.2% Construction/Contract ; 382,067 508,673 503,227 765,481 262,254 52.1% Wholesaling ? 527,379 373,241 422,526 453,712 31,186 7.4% Transp/Comm/Utility l 252,760 295,869 301,312 337,668 36,356 12.1% Manufacturing ! 353,506 288,380 360,607 232,028 (128,579) 35.7% Government 89,205 97,676 I 114,166 i' 113,247 (920) -0.8% Fin/Ins/Real Estate 68,382 82,162 92,698 1 97,160 4,462 4.8% Other - - 66,158 73,370 j 94,015 1 76,761 (17,253) 18.4% Total $ 6,727,060 $ 6,823,619 $ 7,242,826 $ 7,927,396 $ 684,569 9.5% Taxable Sales $ 791,418,866 S 802,778,736 1 $ 852,097,229 $ 932,634,802 f 80,537,573 9.5X K -4 City of Federal Way October 1999 Month!y Financial Report ARISALESSON bry.AREA ;ACMP rmw;, YTD Th g0beot�.. X1;CharAge from41998 . GrouP>, r h> .• a 1997, x;1998 1999 S;'Change'1%Change *Total Sales Taz•; 116,823,61957,242,826 57.,927,396'5684,570 S 348th Retail Block�_ 1,138,975' 1,227,962 1,360,179 I 132,217 10.8% SeaTac Mall 845,766 844,334 823,161 (21,174) -2.5% S 312th to S 316th Block 71,259 74,479 76,292 , 1,814 2.4% Pavilion Center 113,425 108,669 102,207 (6,463)1 -5.9% Hotels & Motels 36,314 37,668 36,078 1 (1,590)1 -4.2% The City's largest retail center, South 348`h retail center, which generates over 17% of the City's sales tax has experienced a growth of $132,217 or 10.8% compared to 1998, due to increased activity for all retail establishments in the center. Over the last 12 months, a major retailer in this center has remitted the largest amount of sales tax revenue in our City. SeaTac Mail is showing a decrease of $21,174 when compared to 1998 activity. A major retailer located in the mall, is number 3 on the list of the top 25 sales tax revenue generated over the last 12 months. Unfortunately that is not enough to offset the decline of retail activity at SeaTac Mall. The only categories that have increased activity when compared to 1998 are retail eating and drinking establishments and the theater. Real Estate Excise Tax For the year-to-date comparison, real estate excise tax continues to exceed prior year's collections. Through October, revenues total $2,051,171, which is $1,064,953 above budgetary estimates ($986,218). For the current month, we received $279,424 or 203.8% more than the monthly estimate ($91,969). Hotel/Motel Lodging Tax Hotel/Motel lodging tax collected through October totals $31,782, which represents activity through August. This is $3,506 or 9.9% below budget, but is anticipated to increase once the newly constructed hotels in the area are active (ie: Extended Stay, Marriott). Utility Tax Utility tax received through October total $4,390,429, which is $537,175 or 13.9% above the monthly budget estimate. Compared to 1998, utility tax receipts have increased $605,621 or 16.0%. Cellular taxes exceed the budgetary estimates by $188,700 or 58.5%, which is consistent with prior months in 1999. This is due to an increase in the number of cellular communication companies in our area, as well as an overall increase in cellular activity. State Shared Revenue State shared revenues collected total $5,668,291 and are exceeding budgetary estimates by $480,781 or 9.3%. Included in this number is criminal justice sales tax of $1,215,389, which is also exceeding budget by $91,857 or 8.2%. Criminal justice -high crime has collected $173,087 through September. This revenue is based on the Cities 1997 crime rate and determines distribution amounts for July and October 1998 and January and April 1999. We are not budgeted to receive any high crime revenue in 1999, based on the 1998 crime rate statistics. Local Vehicle License fees collected total $611,950 which is $65,046 or 11.9% over the budget estimate. The current month's distribution of $112,548 includes license fees collected for both August and September 1999, not just the month of August. The November distribution will be for fees collected during the month of October. This will streamline the distribution process to be only a one-month lag rather than a two-month lag between the collection and the distribution process. We have received a total of $16,506 from the state to assist with the additional costs of implementing and enforcing the new DUI legislation. The DUI assistance is funded through June, 2001. The statewide distribution of $120,000 will be made to cities quarterly and is based on population. Currently the quarterly allocation to Federal Way is $2,774 and is subject to change depending on the City's population when compared to the total incorporated population. The next distribution was expected to occur in October, but will not occur due to an error in calculating the July distribution amount of $5,598. Apparently the error resulted in twice the normal quarterly amount being distributed to both cities and counties. As a result, there will not be a DUI distribution in October. This distribution will recommence in January, 2000 and thereafter through ,4• A .'? Year -o; te(thrtaOtoberj f3 1�_ JL -S rmw;, sF_ 4d` ° F Y.'' 1996 � n 1997:x• 998 A i J s � � �,, " . ••.:: r � _ y ��1' Aet�ia/ Aetua/ •, ota . �B. , Q.... Ylt),Budget Actual $ Vidd, ic 4 ix 1,%Va{iarice Electric 2;2.103 1,096,819 1,551,049 • 1,800,058 1,516,787. 1,642,415 S 125,625 8.3° Gas 78,422 310,842 461,395 519,109 445,499 513,548 68,049 15.31/ Garbage 53,312 ! 195,600 248,620 -' - ------ 315,276 262,033 270,900 8,867 3.4° Cable 32.294 288,246 366,930 ----143,971 465,876 383,661 j -- 430,254 - 46.593-- 12.1% Phone 572,819 810,957 L 955,375 822,494 ! 887,197 64,703 7.9° Storm Drainage --82.144 661,061 1 179.259'1 90,729 1 126,900 36.170 39.9% Cellular 57,610 ' 233,098 340,990 387,416 ' 322,357 i 511,057 188,700 58.5 Pagers -- 1,743 ! 6,918 9,442 1 11,400 - 9,694 8,159 (1,535) -15.8% Total` „�5 629,455 S-'`2;786,486, 5::3,850,444 ,S 4,633;769', i` 3,853,253' .5.4,390;429; S -337,175` 1313.9% JL -S City of Federal Wap October 1999 Monthly Financial Report GAMBLING TAX BYAC77WTY YTD Through October 1997 Actual 1998 Actual : 1999 Actual Change from 1998 Activity_ : % 1 $ % $ % 1 $ $ Variance /o Variance Games 0.9%I $ 2,442 1.2% $ 3,705 0.6%I $ 7,533 $ 3,8281 103.3% Punchboards Pulltabs 1.9%1 5,404 82.5%) 229,773 0.00)I - 73.5% 220,007 1.2% 23.6% 13,704 $281,141 13,704 ! na 61,1341 27.8% Cardrooms 14.6%1 40,745 24.9%1 74,533 74.6% 886,854 812,321 1089.9% Bingo 0.0%1 41 0.3% 1,014 0.0% 20 (995)1 -98.1% Total 1 100.0%1$ 278,4061 100.0%1$ -299,260 100.0%1 $ 1,189,252 1 $ 889,992 297.4% rable reflects reporting activity through September. the biennium. Fines & Forfeitures Year-to-date Fines and Forfeitures are exceeding budgetary projections by $104,444 or 17.2%. Revenues are exceeding prior year's activity by $9,811 or 1.4% through October. Parking Infractions through October are exceeding budget by $30,231 or 167.0%. False Alarms collected total $27,876, which is $20,098 or 258.4% above budget estimates. Building Permits & Plan Check Fees Building permit revenues were up $410,982 or 57.0%when compared to year-to-date budget ($720,891). This does not include pass through revenues of $75,843 for expedited and environmental review. Revenues collected for expedited review are currently not included in the budget. Expenditures related to the expedited services also are not included in the budget. Building permits, which includes mechanical, plumbing and sa.000,000 $35,000,000 $30,000,000 $25,000,000 $20,000,000 $15,000,000 $10,000,000 $5.000.000 clear/grade permits, total $566,781 through the end of October. This is an increase of $165,354 or 41.2% over the adopted budget ($401,427). Activity for the month of October totals $52,306, which is below the adopted budget by $15,088 or 22.4%. Plan check fees collected through October total $348,702; which is $168,210 or 93.2% above the adopted budget ($180,492). For the month of October, fees are below budget ($17,932) by $4,288 or 23.9%. ROW Permils and Fees Overall Public Works permits and fees collected through October total $180,671, which is $1,023 below the adopted budget. This does not include pass through revenues of $53,324 for expedited review. Year-to-date activity is below the prior year by $55,418 or 11.7%. Recreation Fees are exceeding budgetary expectations by $5,711 or 1.1%. When compared to the prior year's activity, fees collected through October have increased by $132,660 or 34.3%. Invoices for related recreation program expenditures incurred during the summer months are now being received and processed. Gambling Tax Gambling tax collections are up $740,861 or 165.2% over the budgetary estimate ($448,391). The increase is $889,992 when compared to 1998 largely due to increased activity at one major card room establishment and the increase in card room rates from 11 % in 1998 to 20% in 1999. Police Services Revenue collected through October total $260,787. This amount includes Traffic School revenues of $47,825, Explorer program donations of $2,400, a donation from Target of $500 to automate the pawn program, contributions from the Washington Traffic Safety Commission of $2,983, interest earnings of $4,353 and Police Security services of COMPARISON OF 1999 OPERATING SPENDrn1RES - BUDGET TO ACTUAL Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec MrS Tow 1999 Budgeted, $37,379,400 City of Federal Way October 1999 Monthly Financial Report Shows actuals as % of year-to-date budget. For example, 50% means actual expenditures were half of what was budgted for that period. $149,037. Also included is $35,925 of state seizure revenues, which are designated for that specific program. The remaining balance of $17,764 is made up of miscellaneous revenues such as weapons permits, copies and fingerprinting. $86,126 in grant revenues was received for the first, second and third quarters, but are included in other financing sources. Traffic School, Explorer program and state seizure revenue is not currently included in the budget, but are usually added in the year-end budget adjustment. Other Financing Sources/Interfund Transfers of $5,381,058 consist mainly of interfund operating transfers in the amount of $5,189,437. Also included are grant revenues for Public Safety of $86,126 and Solid Waste of $27,515. The remaining balance of $77,800 includes a $75,000 contribution to the City's overlay project from the City of Tacoma, $1,000 from Weyerhaeuser for Emergency Preparedness and $1,980 of contributions to the many.. Human Services programs (the majority of which are employee contributions). GENERAL GOVERNMENTAL EXPENDITURES General governmental expenditures through October total $27,947,298 or 74.8% of the annual operating budget ($37,379,400). Operating expenditures are below the year-to-date budget ($28,014,958), by $67,660 or 0.2%. When compared to 1998, expenditures are up $3,004,454 or 12.2%. CivillCriminal Legal Services spending is below the budgetary estimate by $39,711 or 3.8%. Civil legal services have expended $484,247, which is 89.3% of their annual operations budget ($542,356). Criminal legal services have expended $524,498, which is 73.7% of their annual operations budget (excluding court contract costs). Court Contract expenditures paid through October total $305,144, which is below the year-to-date budget ($376,439) by $71,295 or 18.9%. The budget is based on historical trends for the last seven years of the contract. Community Development Operations has expended $2,391,429 or 78.4% of its annual appropriation ($3,048,376). Through October, they are below their budget by $138,795 or 5.5% of the year-to-date budget ($2,530,224). Other services and charges expended total $429,507, or 63.9% of the total budget $671,938. Parks Operations expenditures total $2,718,773 which is $135,070 or 5.2% above the year-to-date budget estimate ($2,583,704). This is 88.7% of its annual appropriation. Services and charges total $622,909, which is 83.2% of the annual budget ($749,077). This increase over last month reflects the processing of several invoices for contracted services incurred during the summer, such as athletics umpires and camps. Also, services and charges, which include utilities, will increase in EXPENDITURE SUMMARY BY DEPARTMENT Period Ending October 31, 1999 s , t °fiF < '"r '�t� q ,. t �r �*� t4 .� YTD Actuals YTD Actuals er'fF�� �, aS doptod�ear-to Date •96�d>, r� xYTD F �; (OveJUnder�t�: As�.,of 41 �Current: '. Ng" - ••.°r� „ap 466 1 :lot . :ActualsAW-; nded Budget •. • YTD Budget:' .YTD Biidgot . :'Month Actuals City Council 219,841 173,069 78.7% 202,422 29,353 14.5% 6,779 City Manager 587,110 486,446 82.9% 497,600 11,154 2.2% 44,954 Court Contract 499,472 305,144 61.1% 376,439 71,295 18.9% 14,359 Municipal Court 300,000 59,089 19.7% 59,089 - 0.0% 23,851 Management Services 1,953,969 1,392,655 71.3% 1,420,293 27,638 1.9% 108,843 Civil/Criminal Legal Services 1,253,692 1,008,745 80.5% 1,048,456 39,711 3.8% 84,570 Community Development 3,048,376 2,391,429 78.4% 2,530,224 138,795 5.5% 268,779 Public Safety 12,049,356 9,966,022 82.7% 9,868,801 (97,221) -1.0% 1,070,181 Jail Services 875,000 1,166,441 133.3% 645,950 (520,491) -80.6% 163,926 Parks 8 Recreation 3,065,364 2,718,773 88.7% 2,583,704 (135,069) -5.2% 265,218 Dumas Bay Centre Operations 467,436 400,832 85.80X. 385,830 (15,002) -3.9% 40,820 Knutzen Theatre Operations 159,030 98,551 62.0% 132,525 33,974 25.6% 14,800 Public Works Operations 3,444,273 2,535,637 73.6% 2,786,237 250,600 9.0% 202,048 PW Asphalt Overlay Program 2,018,311 1,501,680 74.4% 1,501,680 - 0.0% 56,519 Solid Waste & Recycling 299,727 196,786 65.7% 230,545 33,759 14.6% 26,265 Snow & Ice Removal 55,076 18,522 33.6% 42,364 23,842 56.3% 1,259 Hotel/Motel Lodging Tax 40,000 101 0.3% 101 - 0.0% 101 Surface Water Management 1,749,884 1,260,132 72.0% 1,435,455 175,323 12.2% 124,337 Debt Service 1 5,293,482 2,267,244 42.8% 2,267,244 - 0.0% - SubtotalOperations 37,379,400 27,947,298 74.8% 28,014,958 67,660 0.2% 2,517,609 Interfund Transfers 10,266,219 9,195,858 89.6% 9,195,858 - 0.0% 2,701,702 Other Financing Uses 660,479 57,955 8.8% 57,955 - 0.0% - Total Expenditures 48,306,098 37,201,111 77.0%1 37,268,771 67,660 0.2%1 5,219,311 Shows actuals as % of year-to-date budget. For example, 50% means actual expenditures were half of what was budgted for that period. $149,037. Also included is $35,925 of state seizure revenues, which are designated for that specific program. The remaining balance of $17,764 is made up of miscellaneous revenues such as weapons permits, copies and fingerprinting. $86,126 in grant revenues was received for the first, second and third quarters, but are included in other financing sources. Traffic School, Explorer program and state seizure revenue is not currently included in the budget, but are usually added in the year-end budget adjustment. Other Financing Sources/Interfund Transfers of $5,381,058 consist mainly of interfund operating transfers in the amount of $5,189,437. Also included are grant revenues for Public Safety of $86,126 and Solid Waste of $27,515. The remaining balance of $77,800 includes a $75,000 contribution to the City's overlay project from the City of Tacoma, $1,000 from Weyerhaeuser for Emergency Preparedness and $1,980 of contributions to the many.. Human Services programs (the majority of which are employee contributions). GENERAL GOVERNMENTAL EXPENDITURES General governmental expenditures through October total $27,947,298 or 74.8% of the annual operating budget ($37,379,400). Operating expenditures are below the year-to-date budget ($28,014,958), by $67,660 or 0.2%. When compared to 1998, expenditures are up $3,004,454 or 12.2%. CivillCriminal Legal Services spending is below the budgetary estimate by $39,711 or 3.8%. Civil legal services have expended $484,247, which is 89.3% of their annual operations budget ($542,356). Criminal legal services have expended $524,498, which is 73.7% of their annual operations budget (excluding court contract costs). Court Contract expenditures paid through October total $305,144, which is below the year-to-date budget ($376,439) by $71,295 or 18.9%. The budget is based on historical trends for the last seven years of the contract. Community Development Operations has expended $2,391,429 or 78.4% of its annual appropriation ($3,048,376). Through October, they are below their budget by $138,795 or 5.5% of the year-to-date budget ($2,530,224). Other services and charges expended total $429,507, or 63.9% of the total budget $671,938. Parks Operations expenditures total $2,718,773 which is $135,070 or 5.2% above the year-to-date budget estimate ($2,583,704). This is 88.7% of its annual appropriation. Services and charges total $622,909, which is 83.2% of the annual budget ($749,077). This increase over last month reflects the processing of several invoices for contracted services incurred during the summer, such as athletics umpires and camps. Also, services and charges, which include utilities, will increase in Citv of Federal Way October 1999 Monthly Financial Report the winter months due to the extended use of field lights. Through October, temporary help totals $251,951 or 106.4% of its annual budget ($236,768). The activity in temporary and seasonal help is expected to decrease now that the busy summer season is over. Dumas Bay Centre operating expenditures total $400,832 which is $15,002 or 3.9% above the year-to-date estimate of $385,830. Operating revenues through the current month total $408,673, which is $60,502 above the budget estimate ($348,171). The Dumas Bay Centre has recovered 102.0% of all operating costs as of the end of October. The Knutzen Family Theatre has operating expenditures through October of $98,551 or 62.0% of the adopted budget ($159,030). The current expenditure saving is $33,974 or 25.6% of the year-to-date budget ($132,525). This year-to-date budget is a straight- line allocation of the annual budget, due to the fact that we do not have a history with which to base future fluctuations in spending. Operating revenues collected total $29,108, which is 49.3% of the annual budget ($59,030). This is below the year-to-date budget, which is also a straight-line allocation, by $20,084 or 40.8%. Public Works Operations are below the October budget estimate ($2,786,237) by $250,599 or 9.0%, and has expended $2,535,637 or 73.6% of its annual appropriation ($3,444,273). This is due to the delay of invoices for intergovernmental expenditures, such as King County traffic maintenance and WSDOT state highway maintenance. Both of the above vendors are included in inter -governmental expenditures, which through October totals $230,074 or 55.7% of the annual budget ($413,036). Savings can also be found in salaries and benefits, which are only 71.4% expended. The majority of this savings can be attributed to several vacancies within the new Streets Maintenance crew. September was the first month that they had a full crew. SWM Operations are below projections by $175,323 or 12.2% of the October estimate of $1,435,455. Inter- governmental expenditures total $60,872 that is only 56.6% of the total budget ($107,500). This is also due to the delay of invoices from King County for water utility billing, and a portion of the WSDOT charges for state highway maintenance. Solid Waste & Recycling Division is below their budgeted expenditures by $33,759 or 14.6%. Through October, other services and charges, which make up almost 58% of the total budget, is only 48.6% expended. In comparison to the same time last year, when other services and charges were expended 79.3%. This is due to savings in the following three programs. (1) A large portion of the costo for outside Counsel used for the City's due diligence review prior to the sale of Federal Way Disposal were paid for by the purchaser, saving approximately $15,000. (2) Business recycling outreach expenditures in the current year are lower than originally budgeted. In-house staff now performs this function rather than a higher -cost consultant, reducing this grant -funded expenditure by roughly $5,000. (3) The multi -family recycling program has had little additional interest from area K-9 complexes, saving an estimated $15,000 in grant funded implement- ation costs originally budgeted for 1999. In addition, the majority of the grant -funded expenditures for the Fall Recycling Collection Event, which took place September I1t', are not reflected in this report. Police Services have expended $9,966,022 through October, which is $97,221 above the budgetary estimate of $9,868,801. Salaries & benefits, which are 67% of their total budget (excluding temporary help, overtime Police security, regular overtime & termination pay), totaled $6,985,574. This is 80.5% of the annual budget ($8,681,503). The departmental excess over the estimated budget is partially due to overtime police security expenditures that have not yet been included in the budget. Overtime Police security totals $66,378 through October, but is offset by revenues collected for the services provided. Jail Service is above October budget estimates ($645,950) by $520,491 or 80.6%. The total expended of $1,166,441 does not include payments for September and October services. Other Financing Uses/Interfund Transfers total $9,253,813 or 84.7% of the annual budget ($10,926,698). The majority of which is made up of interfund operating transfers ($9,195,858). The remaining $57,955 is CM Contingency funds used for expenditures incurred during the reconfigurations in the City Hall building. City of Federal Way October 1999 Monthly Financial Report MAJOR FINANCING SOURCES LOCAL RETAIL- SALES TAXREVENUES 1997-1999 Month - 1997 - _ � Actual 1998 -1 Actual 1 1999 Budget' Actual 1999 Budget S Variance % Variance anuary E 623,3861 $ 6W.8621$ • 667,688 j S 711,432 ! 5 43,744 6.6% February 902,478 949.276 I 941,601 j 1.013,425 71,824 7.6% March 640,9671 714,640 ' 667,002 1 717,005 50.003 7.5% ril 582,5471 575,596 601,6821 _ 633,460 31,776 ' 5.3% May 660,733 655,396 706.5701 783,051 76,481: 10.8 June 669,058 769,461 68,5131 772,812: 86,299 12.6 July 678,567 645,475 656,290 727,701 71,411: 10. August 694,702 682,263 704,382 855,198 150,816. 21.4 September 735,617 850,295 788.5831 896,291 1 107,708 i 13.7 October 657,100 761,561 714,775 1 817,021 102.246 14.3 November 667,585 - 739,326 714.77010.0 December 793,528 800,018 755.5701 0.0 Total S - 8,326,269 'S 8,782,170 $ 8,605,428 S 7,927,396 - S 792,310 11.1 arable Sales $ 979,561,007'. '.$' 1,033 196,412 - $ 1,012,403,059 $ 932,634,825 $ 93,212,942 11.7 6u 9e1 it PmrcK basal W pall t "W, N. -y. City of Federal Way October 1999 Monthly Financial Report SALES TAX ACTIVITY BY SIC CODE YTD through October 1999 Manufacturing Government FinAns/Reai 2 9% 1.4% Estate 1.2% Tran s/Com/UtilOth� Wtwlesaling 4.3% . 1.0% 5.7% Retail Trade ract Constr/Cont64.3% 9.7% Services 9.5% COMPARISON OF SALES TAX COLLECTIONS. BY SIC CODE GROUP For the Month of October Component1993 Group I Actual I Actva/ 1995 Acme/ 1996 Actw/ 1997 Acta/ I 1998 1999 1 Actual Change 1998 $ Change 1 i Change Retail Trade $ 404,5841 $ 412.6941$ 428,098 S 416,7651$ 444,4861$ _Actual 475.13821$ 533.2961S 57,414 12.1 Services 47.5571 51,652 58,459 60,664 70.6741 88,975' 84.994-i (3,981) 4.5 nx;SonlContract 38,7121 49,691 75,195 44,066 53,541 64,198 823566 18,158 28.3'Y esaling 37,707 31,192 42,539 29,538 27,445' 42,3061 48.9681 6,662 15.7 pc4mrrawlity 33,825 34,626 23,856 36,132 28,159 31,347 28,275 (3,072) -9.8 facturing [nnsMeal 24,301 24,000 27,581 39.793 8,904 32,361 9,7522W9) 196,846 -69.9nrnent 227,674 7,439 6,340 10,446 8,716 10,325 10,708 13,084 2,376 22.2 Estate 7,399 7,585 5,046 9.561 6,797 8,511 9,069 558 6.6 1,116,703 7,638 9,194 5,512 7,6521 6,769 7274 7,227 (46) -0.6 Total $ 609,162 S 626,974 $ 676,7311$ 652,8861$ 657,100 $ 761,561 $ 617,021 S 55,460 7.3 Taxable Sales S 71,666,118 $ 73,761,847 $ 79,615,368 1 $ 76,810,138 1 $ 77,305,848 I S 89,595,395 $ 96,120,0911$ 6,524,695 7.3 SALES TAX ACTIVITY BY SIC CODE YTD through October 1999 Manufacturing Government FinAns/Reai 2 9% 1.4% Estate 1.2% Tran s/Com/UtilOth� Wtwlesaling 4.3% . 1.0% 5.7% Retail Trade ract Constr/Cont64.3% 9.7% Services 9.5% 9 W; w! 995 c a 9 ua " 1997 Ac a. u 99 8 " /Ic a! 1999 8 .", S�Yar(d / ailanee Motor Vehicle Excise Tax S 1,279,960 S 1,314,849 I S 1,048,038 S 912,409 $ 963,678 ' S 969,528 S 1,059,402 S 89,874 ' 93% Camper Excise Tax 21,312 21,426 21,200 1 21,201 22,046 1 21,725 23,048 1 1,323 6.1% Liquor Profits Tax j 367,111 305,281 312,901 1 303,170 404,650 329,154 ' 318,219 (10,935) 3.3% Liquor Excise Tax 241,770 226,801 219,089 223,667 229,987 232,066 242,698 10,632 4.6% Crim Just Low-PoptDCD 1 270,905 358,394 364,196 181,095 127,827 104,874 142,293 37,419 35.7% Crim Just Hgh Crime 1 227,766 184,917 196,846 208,609 227,674 - I 173,087 173,087 na Equalization821,784 604,974 408,840 386,785 384,423 396,341 433,576 37,235 9.4% Local Crim Just 871,850 907,438 920,040 I 1,039,030 1,116,703 1,123,532 1,215,389 91,857 8.2% Fuel Tax 1,434,618 ! 1,400,497 1,385,966 1,430,398 1,413,505 1,463,386 1,432.123 (31,263) -2.1% eh Lic Fees 527,149 I 511,707 510,398 j 534,186 547,856 546,904: 611,950 65,046 11.9% OUI- Cities j - - 16,506 16,506 City of Federal Way October 1999 Monthly Financial Report OVeh Lic Fees jZjry'TAX ES:tA, 4­!� 199 1999 4 1997 STATE -SHARED REVENUES January125,150 1999 Budget Budget Actual $ Variance % Variance 431.810 j 1994-1999 494.610 S 91,758 22.8% 0 Fuel Tax 34.403 4,121- 118,633 460,440 431.111 431.111 II 48,605 $7.000,000 March April 35,730 139,684 429,076 402,257 402,257 469,241 66,984 16.7 April 94,073 165.8% 96,699 404.907 415,919 421,480 421.480 $6,000,000 59.043 14.0% May 17,016 95,723 431,710 401,428 420,867 420,867 463,233 42,366 1 10.1% June October 75,865 i OCriminal $5,000,000 xi M 19.022 4.8% July December Justice 294,086 1 348.201 j 347.329 347,329 389.429 42,101 12.1% August i $4,000,000 314,176 318,905 1 . 332,780 332.780 407,973 75,194 22.6% OEqualization $3,000,000 85,162 310,675 i 322,551 1 337.196 337.196 355,822 18,626 5.5% $2,000,000 76,107 326,801 348,206 1 361,403 361,403 434,881 73,479 $1,000,000 November I 89.608 365,280 326,729 379,970 - ELiquor - Na December 91.283 401,119 351,629 400,546 n/a, I 'T 0) to 0) (D fl- Co CL MMVET G) GAMBLING TAX REVENUE 1997-1999 jZjry'TAX ES:tA, 4­!� 199 1999 4 1997 19-99 Budg t. 1996 of 54 Acfual,;�', 1�' ;,,Actual 7 - Aclual $ Vadance % Vadance January125,150 1999 Budget Budget Actual $ Variance % Variance 431.810 j 402,852 402.852 494.610 S 91,758 22.8% February 34.403 4,121- 118,633 460,440 431.111 431.111 479,716 48,605 11z% March April 35,730 139,684 429,076 402,257 402,257 469,241 66,984 16.7 April 94,073 165.8% 96,699 404.907 415,919 421,480 421.480 480.522 59.043 14.0% May 17,016 95,723 431,710 401,428 420,867 420,867 463,233 42,366 1 10.1% June October 75,865 i 320,663 373,909 1 395.979 395.979 415,001 19.022 4.8% July December 83,369 1 294,086 1 348.201 j 347.329 347,329 389.429 42,101 12.1% August i 76,681 314,176 318,905 1 . 332,780 332.780 407,973 75,194 22.6% September 85,162 310,675 i 322,551 1 337.196 337.196 355,822 18,626 5.5% October 76,107 326,801 348,206 1 361,403 361,403 434,881 73,479 203% November I 89.608 365,280 326,729 379,970 - - - Na December 91.283 401,119 351,629 400,546 n/a, I GAMBLING TAX REVENUE 1997-1999 1997 1998 1999 1999 Budget Budget Actual $ Variance % Variance January $31.616 $28,182 $51,135 $90,611 $39.476 77.2° February 34.403 21,305 54,8741 98,117 43,243 78.8% March 30,346 23,182 65,4831 104,183 38.700 59.1% April 36,041 29,498 64,427! 130,536 66.109 102.6% May June 31,106 29,421 19,025 56,745 150,818 _26.9471 145,174 94,073 165.8% 20,121 118,227 438.7% -July -26,096 34,691 33,606 137,222 103.616 308.31/6 August 17,016 36,336 35,687 110,081 74.394 208.5% September 18,454 36.915 27,174 111,146 83.972 309. 79,052 244.6% October 23,907 50,005 32,313 111,365 November 20,591 51,544 27.718 0.0% December --19,766 -48.1-4-7 13-,-49-11 0.0% Total $318,763 $398,950 $509,600 1 $1,189,252 5740,861 165.2%1 City of Federal Way October 1999 Montlily Financial Report ' Included in Fines 6 Forfeitures aro ren*Wrkes from District Cowl for'Shared Court Coals- and "Court Record Services-. $800,000 $700,000 $600,000 s500,o00 $400,000 $300,000 6200,000 $100,000 $0 FINES AND FORFEITURES YTD Through October $700,782 S -- ---- ---------------- --- --- '------ $501,302 $517,547 $509,051 1496,180 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 F11 z ay 1994 1995 1996 g� 1997 1998 Budget YTD Budget FINES & FORFEITURES By Month $ Var % Var Civil Penalties ! 3,705: Budget $569,871 5599,488 $613,226 j $639,830 $680,000 j $714,000 ! ' Traffic & Non -Parking Month 1994 Actual 1995 ' Actual 1996 I Actual I 1997 Actual 1998 i Aclual i 1999 Budget :Change from Adopted Actual $ Variance ; % Variance , January $35,198 j $58,898 $50,6421 136.755 $60,696 $50,540 ! $64,790 $14.2511 28.2% February 49,447] 33,042 56.1971 38,609 67,000 54,512 68,187 13,674f 25.1% March 44.4931 38,296 47.2051 46,673 84,432 59,8511 87,418 27,567 46.1% April 56,501 54,415 51,7521 51,192 57,881 63.806 86,409 22,6031 35.4% May 51,202: 49,764 54,538 52,978 73,670 62,101 61,806 -295 -0.5% June 57,984! $6,220 46,811 50,903 65,060 63.881 75,375 11,494 18.0% July 41,9651 69,336 48,681 53,016 81,666 61,299 66,411 5,112 8.3% August 65,794' 54,319 63,650 65,748 63,201 71,691 75,755 4,064 5.7% September 48,2681 53,235 35,218 56,801 72,363 58,952 64,884 5,932 10A% October 50,450 j 50.0221 41,486 56,376 74,815 59,518 59,561 43 0.1% November 46,068! 50,2811 33,604 45,810 57,001 55,157 December 44,828! 40,1041 30,2691 67,5901 33,3271 52,693 Total $592,198: $607,932 $560,053 1 $622,452 j $791,112 1 $714,000 ; $710,595 ' $704,444 17.2% K Change 2.7%! -7.9%1 11.1%1 27.1%1 -9.7%1 ' Included in Fines 6 Forfeitures aro ren*Wrkes from District Cowl for'Shared Court Coals- and "Court Record Services-. $800,000 $700,000 $600,000 s500,o00 $400,000 $300,000 6200,000 $100,000 $0 FINES AND FORFEITURES YTD Through October $700,782 S -- ---- ---------------- --- --- '------ $501,302 $517,547 $509,051 1496,180 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 F11 z ay 1994 1995 1996 g� 1997 1998 Budget YTD Budget 1999 $ Var % Var Civil Penalties ! 3,705: 2,161 2,742 I 1,725 5,3571 4,593 ' 3,525 4,588 1,0621 30-1 Traffic & Non -Parking 359,373 375,3621 330.4031 327,952 471,569 490,294 415,722 399,507 (16,215); 3. Parking Infratiohs 7,256 8,6081 17,770 19,907 27,171 17,762 18,105 48,336 30,231 167. DUI & Other M65d 54,174 55,721 54,489 63,539 75,571 78,574 66,714 90,204 23,490 i 35. Criminal Traffic Nisd 23,162 24,1581 20.1011 26,3351 38.9661 36,390 i 29,598 48,000 18,4021 62 Criminal costs 16,778 13.4901 19,2391 24.2581 56,314 31,519 29,956 84,488 54,5331 182 FalseAlarrls 3,050: 8.1851 16,624 1 5,8151 4,375 9,952 7.778 27,876 20,098 j 258-4 Other 33,804 29,862 34,812 1 39,5201 21,461 44,9151 34,752 7,595 (27,157); -78-1 Tofa( ? ;50 3Q2 , ! 517,547'' ` :498,•,180, 509 051M. , ,iQO V2' 14-- , x;606,150 City of Federal Way October 1999 Monthly Financial Report ( `' . ✓ wNLOIN PERNRS(ZONING FEES LA�K N FEES N. { 994-1999 r) N •'' � Yt ' . { .; �. �,, � 1ti r 1995 �"� 1996 b 1997• .. Rew u Aelual .. �il;;..Actua Actual .� f Budge! r 1994 tm,.,'L „+„ �,';'`: ' l899 �t'�t1899 • ! SVarianc dgef o' :$Yadenco twr'g1 • Bu Aqua/� ilco January $ ry 36,051 $ _ 48,383 $ 26,306 $ 59,934 S 54,814 S x'165 � $ 77,561 � $ 24,396 ' 45.9% _ _ February _---^47,671 _ r- 34,376 ;� 44,823 81,164 ---_ _ 33,057 60,446 j `61 _ 95,739 35,293 ! 58.4% March - �- April -- 52,296 63,273 30,950 36,508 I 48,297 51,060 95,791 ` 93,260 _ 45,879 I 62,566 77,897 74,057 i 144,848 88,404 66,951 j 14,347 85.9% 19.4% May June 53,636 39,732 65,038 I 69.0151 50,280 65,217 52,379 57,030 60,598 105.7731 75,731 87,461 161,706 165,674 85,375 78,213 j 112.7% 89.4% July I 36,428 60,208 1 64,655 50,009 143.030 1 78,077 115,236 I 37,159 47.6% August 42,525 71,299 1 60,072 56,711 j 129,554 71,521 134,783 63,262 88.5% September 67,062 58,6831 37,509 1 61,053 ; 82,001 75,143 96,216 21,073 ! 28.0% October i 38,435 60,354 42,402 47,776 111,246 67,393 52,306 (15,087)' -22.4% November 70,370 43,435 45,163 32,185 91,938 62.480 0.0% December 49,954 I 9 81,867 49,613 47,978 59,337 69,822 - 0.0% Exp thru October- i 1,200,348 1,406,690 1,450,968 1,710,116 1 1,746,244 1,945,647 1,882,074 na; n Recovery Ratio 39.7% 38.0% 33.8% 38.3%' 47.4% 37A%j 60.1%j nal n YTD Recovery Ratio 41.6%1 39.0% j 34.0%1 35.7%1 37.8%1 36.9°/61 nal na n " Expenditures include Community Development Administration (001-5200-071), Plannktg (001-5200-073) and Building (001-5200-074). pBuilding BUILDING PERMITMONING/PLAN CHECK FEES Permits 19941999 $600,000 4 �,•� 'Yfl ■Plan $500,000 W4k i � k, PS V I � ', y< Check Fees $400,000 s .> • $300,000 ®Zoning $200,000 Fees $100,000 n 0Electrical 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999-Adp 1999 -Act Permits JL -13 City of Federal Way October 1999 Monthly Financial Report �; . � r.,�� Xw ..W�', ,•}' xur7iiE' �! �c %:3Y. "�AZ'Na .: • M.,4•' } 5'F � t,y`�, � v PU EfiAA.7S/PLAN (tEVlEWiI SPECTIOHFEES '"'� y��(s► �r k320"fir% 4 7891' a0, .:1:, avenue. !ue 9 Aed1a1 799ti"' tua, 99 of l9 Ac 19 1!999 f3udyit cYuS e t January S 16,198 S 22,397 S 12,719 $ 7,041 $ 16,1881 $ 16,306 S 19,293 S 2,987 18.3% February 10,580 1 6,797 23,627 8,583 8,437 1 13,293 16,802 S 3,509 26.4% March 8,826 1 11,568 10,708 26,504 12,347 15,179 38,782 $ 23,603 155.5% April 25,439 11,224 14,751 9,079 19,977 23,709. 16,286 $ (7,423) -31.3% May 6,955 18,991 21,158 9,551 26,621 17,238 ! 12,147 S (5,091), -29.5% June 39,839 7,131 8,283 9,977 26,339 20,478 17,944 $ (2,534) -12.4% July 8,374 9,726 29,676 12,353 21,002 19,117 10,643 S (8,474) -44.3% August 19,584 9,339 18,645 27,438 26,631 18,668 23,777 I $ 5,109 1 27.4% September 9,997 ' 9,006 15,252 26,180 24,786 18,531: 10,345 1$ (8,186) -44.2% October (32,125) 22,059 14,041 15,049 22,326 19,175 ' 14,652 IS (4,523), -23.6% November 11,036 27,799 13,524 18,019 28,331 20,040 1 I 0.0% December RXERW'SWA, 20,147 22,638 14,832 19,049 18,468 21,8391 j 0.0% Monthly Average 1 12,0711 14,8901 16.4351 15,7351 20,9541 18,631; 18,0671 -1021 no Permits/Plan Review/Inspection Fees Through October K--14 ATTACHMENT A CITY OF FEDERAL WAY SUMMARY OF SOURCES AND USES OPERATING FUNDS Through October 1994-1999 Note 1: T hese expenditures occur primarily during the winter months �-- 1 --3, iinaissii;eAM Actuals 1999 Revised Budget Actuals Variance Through Favorable Unfavorable) Through Dollars ($) 1 Percent (%) ources/Uses > 1994 1996 1996 1997 1998 Annual October October Beginning Fund Balance $12,181,738 $11,403,627 $10,331,641 $10,396,188 $16,128,342 $17,264,368 $ 17,264,368 $17,264,368 $ - 0.0% Operating Revenues Property Taxes 3,843,100 4,096,706 4,432,031 4,081,999 4,946,469 6,634,350 4,593,623 4,593,623 - 0.0% Sales Tax 6,301,378 6,621,070 6,727,060 6,823,619 7,242,826 8,605,426 7,135,086 7,927,396 792,310 11.1% Hotel/Motel Lodging Tax - 65,000 35,288 31,782 (3,506) -9.9% Criminal Justice Sales Tax 871,850 907,438 920,040 1,039,030 1,116,703 1,362,747 1,123,532 1,215,389 91,857 8.2% Intergovernmental 5,251,073 4,985,838 4,534,041 4,278,842 4,407,521 4,576,430 4,063,978 4,452,902 388,924 9.6% Real Estate Excise Tax 1,194,149 883,468 1,211,212 1,454,643 1,954,944 1,200,000 986,218 2,051,171 1,064,952 108.0% Gambling Taxes 284,436 285,627 244,547 278,406 299,260 509,600 448,391 1,189,252 740,861 165.2% Utility Taxes 630,315 3,008,927 3,784,808 4,633,769 3,853,253 4,390,429 537,175 13.9% Fines & Forfeitures 501,302 517,547 496,180 509,052 700,784 714,000 606,150 710,595 104,444 17.2% Building Permits/Fees-CD 477,110 534,814 490,621 655,107 858,173 853,193 720,891 1,131,873 410,982 57.0% Pass Through Fees -CD - 75,843 75,843 n/a ROW Permits/Fees-PW 107,624 128,238 165,074 151,756 240,431 223,573 181,694 180,671 (1,023) -0.6% Pass Through Fees -PW - - - - 53,324 53,324 n/a Licenses 62,900 56,966 50,942 49,059 41,809 123,201 114,342 122,560 8,218 7.2% Franchise Fees 364,105 386,005 399,033 463,101 559,444 494,255 494,255 469,923 (24,332) -4.9% Recreation Fees 375,976 325,856 370,483 378,019 386,527 551,343 513,476 519,187 5,711 1.1% Dumas Bay Centre 104,402 184,033 241,586 303,333 295,369 429,609 348,171 408,673 60,502 17.4% Knutzen Family Theatre - 4,181 59,030 49,192 29,108 (20,084) -40.8% Interest Earnings 521,276 575,559 493,422 468,182 663,923 1,040,139 775,737 858,185 82,449 10.6% Admin Fee -SWM & Solid Waste 125,320 129,081 135,612 138,325 168,478 186,802 186,802 - 0.0% SWM Fees 2,384,426 2,399,598 2,233,438 2,071,838 2,447,395 3,120,302 2,637,393 2,637,393 - 0.0% Refuse Collection Fees 124,988 121,860 119,886 119,113 122,632 148,524 123,770 123,751 (19) 0.0% Police Services - - 686,720 141,107 138,432 130,037 260,787 130,750 100.5% Other 570,508 661,416 785,423 927,704 1,572,680 139,765 101,004 101,004 - 0.0% Total Operating Revenues 23,340,602 23,797,369 24,674,416 :;127,884;061 31;926,312 36,791,166 29,222,282: i 33,721,623 4,499,341 16.4% Operating Expenditures City Council 162,764 156,565 160,086 172,754 174,615 219,841 202,422 173,069 29,353 14.5% City Manager 320,863 382,113 399,216 453,071 464,783 587,110 497,599 486,446 11,153 2.2% r:ourtContract 187,628 213,696 184,686 242,845 346,633 499,472 376,439 305,144 71,295 18.9% iicipal Court -Start up - - 300,000 59,089 59,089 0.0% .nagement Services 922,625 1,033,118 1,187,479 1,149,909 1,289,927 1,953,969 1,420,293 1,392,655 27,638 1.9% Civil/Criminal Legal Services 612,649 701,268 782,263 828,528 972,827 1,253,692 1,048,456 1,008,745 39,711 3.8% Comm. DevelopementServices 2,641,648 3,062,767 2,188,893 2,083,560 2,182,173 3,048,376 2,530,224 2,391,429 138,795 5.5% Police Services 6,862,668 6,895,613 7,791,313 8,009,203 9,030,258 12,049,356 9,868,801 9,966,022 (97,221) -1.0% Jail Services 531,555 397,486 489,791 571+256 729,654 875,000 645,950 1,166,441 (520,491) -80.6% Parks & Recreation 2,619,654 2,595,791 2,590,898 2,169,355 2,261,590 3,065,364 2.583,704 2,718,773 (135,070) -5.2% Public Works 1,976,151 2,244,684 2,183,107 2,413,559 2,626,414 3,444,273 2.786,237 2,535,637 250,599 9.0% City Overlay Program 601,051 329,793 776,491 1,571,293 1,684,200 2,018,311 1,501,680 1,501,680 - 0.0% Snow & Ice Removal (1) 5,789 3,072 39,864 51,404 30,223 55,076 42,364 18,522 23,842 56.3% Solid Waste 103,629 132,451 229,455 419,714 229,046 299,727 230,545 196,786 33,759 14.6% Hotel/Motel Lodging Tax - - - - - 40,000 101 101 - 0.0% Surface Water Management 925,044 1,121,968 1,201,174 1,188,525 1,198,167 1,749,884 1,435,455 1,260,132 175,323 12.2% Debt Service 484,272 514,354 649,943 719,379 1,040,824 5,293,482 2,267,244 2,267,244 - 0.0% Dumas Bay Centre 163,307 246,476 302,587 344,204 331,609 467,436 385,830 400,832 (15,002) -3.9% Knutzen Family Theatre - - - 49,901 159,030 132,525 98,551 33,974 25.6% Total Operating Expenditures 19,121,297 ; 20,031;216 21;167,146 :?22,388 669 24;642,844;1 37;379,400 28,014,968 >;27,947,298 67,660 0.2% I 1 Operating Revenues over/(under) Operating Expenditures 4,219,306 3,766,144 i 3,617,170 1 6,496,602 1 7,282,468 1 (1,588,234) 1,207,324 I 6,774,326 4,667,000 378.3% Other Financing Sources - - - 3,524,944 2,822,839 7,142.596 5,381,058 5,381,058 - 0.0% Other Financing Uses 3,370,203 5,416,557 3,131,851 2,034,372 7,009,278 10,926.698 9,253,813 9,253,813 - 0.0% Ending Fund Balance Solid Waste 111,484 188,505 213,050 296,991 294,316 285,378 - 260,329 n/a n/a Snow & Ice 191,274 103,239 73,358 103,530 100,000 86,210 n1a n/a Arterial Street 1,563,848 971,893 362,100 470,902 477,375 519,402 rda rVa Utility Tax I - 2,120,030 2,177,359 2,017,876 rVa n/a SWM 2,016,324 1,702,890 1,077,666 1,566,522 2,276,459 1,321,384 1,459,473 n/a n/a Path &Trails I 29,109 39,284 50,210 6,153 12,555 21.598 20,402 n/a n/a Strategic Reserve 2,150,560 2,104,645 2,050,477 2,022,389 2,025,496 2,000.000 2,007,653 n/a n/a Debt Service 1,657,809 1,936,991 1,618,909 2,986,805 5,283,482 4,447.344 8,108.719 n/a n/a -nas Bay Centre I 562,661 157,897 115,131 83,742 13,286 (0) 103,435 n/a rVa e 1,031,439 - 1,082,207 786,441 669,334 748,150 rVa n/a 300,000 300,000 300.000 300,000 n/a n/a Interfund Loans I 60,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 Na n/a Unreserved 4,679,045 1,418,396 5,126,078 8,483,193 3,532,267 379.803 3,514,289 rJa nla Total Ending Fund Balance 1513,030,840 I S 9,7b3,214 $10,716,860 1 $17;382,262 $17,235,237 1 511,712,200 I $ 14,588,937 $19,156,938 1 $4,667,000 31.3% Note 1: T hese expenditures occur primarily during the winter months �-- 1 --3, iinaissii;eAM MEETING DATE: December 7, 1999 ITEM# CITY OF FEDERAL WAY City Council AGENDA ITEM SUBJECT: VOUCHER CATEGORY: _X—CONSENT _ORDINANCE _BUSINESS _HEARING FYI _RESOLUTION _STAFF REPORT _PROCLAMATION _STUDY SESSION OTHER ATTACHMENTS: VOUCHER LIST BUDGET IMPACT: Amount Budgeted: $ 2,007,250.44 Expenditure Amt: $ 2,007,250.44 Contingency Reqd: SUMMARY/BACKGROUND: 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 to authenticate and certify to said claims. 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