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10-05-2021 Council Packet - RegularCITY OF I Federal Way Centered on Opportunity CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING AGENDA Remote Meeting October 5, 2021 - 6:30 p.m. Notice: Due to rising cases of COVID-19 in King County and the region and pursuant to Governor Inslee' Proclamation 20-28, all city meetings will be held remotely until further notice. The Mayor and Council encourag you use one of the following ways to participate in the meeting: • Watch the meeting live via Federal Way YouTube Channel • Call in and listen to the live meeting: (888) 788-0099 or 253-215-8782 • Public Comment may be submitted via email here, or sign up to provide live comments here • Zoom meeting code: 363 503 282 and passcode: 738163 1. CALL MEETING TO ORDER 2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE 3. PRESENTATIONS a. Proclamation: Domestic Violence Awareness Month — October 2021 b. Mayor's Emerging Issues and Report • COVID-19 Report — Ray Gross, Emergency Manager • Recent Community Events: Taste of Federal Way at Farmers Market (9/25); Mayor's Day of Concern Drive-Thru Food Drive (10/2); Visit with Mayor of Rivne, Ukraine (9/22) • Upcoming Events: MSC Helps Luncheon Thursday, October 21 at Performing Arts and Event Center c. Council Committee Reports • Parks/Recreation/Human Services/Public Safety Committee (PRHSPS) • Land Use/Transportation Committee (LUTC) • Finance, Economic Development Regional Affairs Committee (FEDRAC) • Lodging Tax Advisory Committee (LTAC) • Regional Committees Report (PIC) • Council President Report 4. PUBLIC COMMENT Please email comments to Publiccomment.COUNCIL(a)cityoffederalway.com or complete a citizen comment request form (found here) prior to the meeting, to provide comments via telephone during the meeting. All comments are limited to 3 minutes each. The City Council may add items and take action on items not listed on the agenda. Regular Meetings are recorded and televised live on Government Access Channel 21. To view Council Meetings online please visit www.cityoffederalway.com. 5. CONSENT AGENDA Items listed below have been previously reviewed in their entirety by a Council Committee of three members and brought before full Council for approval; all items are enacted by one motion. Individual items may be removed by a Councilmember for separate discussion and subsequent motion. a. Minutes: September 21, 2021 Special and Regular Meeting Minutes; September 28, 2021 Special Meeting Minutes b. Accounts Payable Vouchers — July 2021 c. Accounts Payable Vouchers — August 2021 d. Monthly Financial Report — July 2021 e. Monthly Financial Report — August 2021 f. King County Youth and Amateur Sports Grant g. Federal Way Community Center Slide Removal - Bid Acceptance h. King County Parks Levy Aquatic Facilities Grant i. Steel Lake Shop Video Security Enhancements - Proposal Acceptance 6. COUNCIL BUSINESS a. Proposed Collective Bargaining Agreement with Teamster Local Bargaining Unit #763 • Staff Presentation: Vanessa Audett, HR Manger b. Catering Services at Dumas Bay Centre • Staff Presentation: John Hutton, Parks Director c. Update regarding Change in Investment Strategy • Staff Presentation: Steve Groom, Finance Director 7. ORDINANCES First Reading a. Council Bill #811/Ordinance: Proposed Code Amendments for Permanent Supportive Housing and Emergency Housing and Shelter AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON, RELATING TO PERMANENT SUPPORTIVE HOUSING AND TRANSITIONAL HOUSING, AND EMERGENCY HOUSING AND SHELTER; AMENDING FWRC 19.05.040, 19.05.050, 19.05.190, 19.205.080, 19.215.070, AND 19.220.100; REPEALING FWRC 19.105.060 AND 19.230.080; AND ADDING NEW SECTIONS 19.195.015, 19.200.045, 19.220.105, 19.225.055, 19.225.075, 19.230.055, 19.230.065, 19.240.085, AND 19.240.095. (AMENDING ORDINANCE NOS. 94-233, 96-270, 97- 297, 99-333, 01-385, 02-423, 06-515, 07-559, 08-585, 09-593, 09-605, 09-610, 12- 713, 13-754, 14-778, 15-797, 17-834, 18-850, 18-884, AND 20-898.) • Staff Report: Keith Niven, Planning Manager • Public Comment — 3 minutes each • Council Discussion 8. COUNCIL REPORTS 9. ADJOURNMENT The City Council may add items and take action on items not listed on the agenda. Regular Meetings are recorded and televised live on Government Access Channel 21. To view Council Meetings online please visit www.cityoffederalway.com. CITY OF :t. Federal Way4k PROCLAMATION "Domestic Violence Awareness Month" WHEREAS, domestic violence is a serious crime that affects people of all races, ages, gender, and income levels; and WHEREAS, according to the Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs, police respond to about 50,000 domestic violence calls every year in Washington and approximately 2,100 domestic violence calls every year in the City of Federal Way; and WHEREAS, even with the significant number of calls responded to by police, 70% of domestic violence that occurs goes unreported; and WHEREAS, although men and children can be victims of domestic violence it is committed predominately against women and is the leading cause of injury to women between the ages of 15 to 44 in the United States; and WHEREAS, children that grow up in violent homes are believed to be abused and neglected at a rate higher than the national average; and children that experience domestic violence are impacted in their education and are more likely to continue the cycle of domestic violence in dating relationships as youth and in adult relationships; and WHEREAS, each year, medical expenses from domestic violence total at least $5 billion dollars, and businesses forfeit another $100 million dollars in lost wages, sick leave, absenteeism and non - productivity; and WHEREAS, in response to the prevalence of domestic violence in this community, the Federal Way Domestic Violence Task Force members have been working toward promoting prevention, victim safety, community awareness and abuser accountability through organization, education and outreach; NOW, THEREFORE, we, the undersigned Mayor and City Councilmembers of the City of Federal Way, do hereby proclaim the month of October 2021 as 'Domestic Violence Awareness Month", and urge our citizens to recognize this critical problem facing our entire community, work to prevent domestic violence, increase services to domestic violence victims and their children, and continue efforts to eliminate this crime which affects all of us in this community, our state, and our nation. SIGNED this 5th day of October, 2021 FEDERAL WAYALAYOR AND CITY COUNCJZ Fe , Mayor Susan Honda, Council President rn L a Assefa-D son, Councilmember ALA=T-r _ Hoang V. Tran, Councilmember MaAlaA. Moore, uncilmember w6e9ry Liarusn, Councilmember Leandra Craft, Councilmember z a Koch ma Councilmember COUNCIL MEETING DATE: October 5, 2021 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL SUBJECT: CITY COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES ITEM #: 5 a POLICY QUESTION: Should the City Council approve the draft minutes for the September 21, 2021 Regular and Special Meetings; and the September 28, 2021 Special Meeting? COMMITTEE: N/A MEETING DATE: N/A CATEGORY: ® Consent ❑ Ordinance ❑ Public Hearing ❑ City Council Business ❑ Resolution ❑ Other STAFF REPORT BY: Stephanie Courtne , City Clerk DEPT: Mayor's Office Attachments: Draft minutes for the September 21, 2021 Regular and Special Meetings Draft minutes for the September 28, 2021 Special Meeting Options Considered: 1. Approve the minutes as presented. 2. Amend the minutes as necessary. MAYOR'S RECOMMENDATION: N/A MAYOR APPROVAL: N/A N/A CITY CLERK APPROVAL: l' w 6?1 Committee Council Initial/Date Initial/Date COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: N/A N/A N/A N/A Committee Chair Committee Member Committee Member PROPOSED COUNCIL MOTION: "I move approval of the minutes as presented. " (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: ❑ APPROVED COUNCIL BILL # ❑ DENIED First reading ❑ TABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION Enactment reading ❑ MOVED TO SECOND READING (ordinances only) ORDINANCE # REVISED - 4/2019 RESOLUTION # CITY OF Federal Way CITY COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING AGENDA Remote Meeting September 21, 2021 - 5:00 p.m. 1. CALL MEETING TO ORDER Council President Honda called the meeting to order at 5:04 p.m. o,fqA*P City officials in attendance: Council President Susan Honda, Councilmember Lydia Assefa- Dawson, Councilmember Greg Baruso, Councilmember Hoang Tran, Councilmember Leandra Craft, Councilmember Martin Moore, and Councilmember Linda Kochmar. City staff in attendance: City Attorney Ryan Call and City Clerk Stephanie Courtney. 2. COMMISSION INTERVIEWS • Planning Commission • Human Services Commission • Youth Commission The City Council interviewed applicants via Zoom for openings on the Planning, Human Services, and Youth Commissions. 3. ADJOURNMENT There being nothing further on the agenda; the special meeting was adjourned at 6:08 p.m. Attest: Stephanie Courtney City Clerk Approved by Council: Federal Way City Council Special Minutes Page 1 of 1 September 21, 2021 Y OF �Fleral Way CITY COUNCIL O� REGULAR MEETING MINUTES Remote Meeting September 21, 2021 — 6:30 p.m. 1. CALL MEETING TO ORDER Mayor Ferrell called the meeting to order at 6:31 p.m. City officials in attendance: Mayor Jim Ferrell, Council President Susan Honda, Councilmember Lydia Assefa-Dawson, Councilmember Greg Baruso, Councilmember Hoang Tran, Councilmember Leandra Craft, Councilmem'ber Martin Moore, and Councilmember Linda Kochmar. City staff in attendance: City Attorney Ryan Call and City Clerk Stephanie Courtney. 2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE Mayor Ferrell led the flag salute. 3. PRESENTATIONS a. Public Safety Presentation and Police Officer Increase Proposal Mayor Ferrell noted in response to growing crime and drug activity in the community he along with the Police Chief and Finance Director have been working on a plan to increase staffing in the Police Department. He asked Chief Hwang and Finance Director Steve Groom to provide background and supporting information on the specifics of the need, the plan to hire more officers, and the options to fund this increase. Chief Hwang reported the United States is experiencing an increase in gun violence and Federal Way has had six murders to date in 2021. He addressed the increase in the census data for the city's population which is currently estimated at 101,030. He also noted a potential increase in future residents and visitors with major projects on the horizon including the opening of the Sound Transit Light Rail in 2024. He also spoke regarding recent state legislation which has changed policing and it appears has emboldened offenders to create more brazen and violent crimes. New legislation has also essentially de -criminalized possession of dangerous drugs which has caused more rampant and blatant public use, and officers are virtually prohibited from making arrests for drug use or possession. He believes much of the gun violence in the city stems from drug use, drug transactions and drug rips. To addresses this rapid decline in public safety, the Chief presented his recommendation which will be officially submitted to the Parks, Recreation, Human Services and Public Safety Committee Federal Way City Council Regular Minutes Page 1 of 9 September 21, 2021 in October and return formally to full Council for review and action. The Chief recommends a police force of 150 officers which include 13 new positions and 13 new police vehicles. He would also recommend 2 additional records specialist and 15 additional police vehicles for the take-home car program many other jurisdictions offer. Chief Hwang provided estimated costs for salary and benefits for 13 officers ($1,275,378 per year); salary and benefits for 2 records specialists ($126,386 per year); equipment/uniforms/registration costs ($183,000 one-time); hiring bonuses for recruitment ($98,000 one-time); and 28 equipped patrol vehicles ($2,072,000 initially, $259,000 per year replacement). Finance Director Steve Groom provided feedback regarding options for funding this increase in public safety. He noted the formal budget process allocates resources to the top priorities and intermediate corrections to the budget need to be addressed along with citywide needs and future budget consequences. He provided an update of current year saving from estimated and budgeted jail costs and existing position vacancies, and projected sales tax revenue. Director Groom also provided insight noting additional vehicles and staff obligates future revenues and on -going costs. He provided information on the options available which include using ARPA (American Rescue Plan Act) funds and how to fund the increase without using ARPA funding; noting that either option will have 2023-2024 budget consequences. The suggested next steps include a budget amendment to commit increased sales tax revenue and increase expenditures for capital (vehicles), personnel, equipment, and a ARPA Master Planning Update. Council thanked Chief Hwang and Director Groom for the presentations and information. Clarifying questions were asked regarding a projected timeline, the realistic expectation of hiring, and details on the take-home car program. It was clarified that this presentation is informational at this time; the formal request will be taken through the Committee process in October before coming back to Council for final action. Mayor Ferrell announced the Council would take a brief recess at 8:29 p.m. He reconvened the meeting at 8:41 p.m. b. Proclamation: Mayor's Day of Concern for the Hungry Mayor Ferrell read and presented the proclamation to Dan Lancaster, MSC Food and Clothing Bank Director. Mr. Lancaster thanked the Mayor and Council spoke to the increased need in the community; he is thankful for the support from the Council and the community's generosity. c. Proclamation: Hispanic Heritage Month — September 2021 Councilmember Baruso read and presented the proclamation to Miguel Maestas, Housing & Economic Development Director for El Centro de la Raza and Jacqueline Garcia, Founder & Executive Director of Mujer al Volante. Mr. Maestas and Ms. Garcia spoke to the importance of recognizing the value of the Hispanic and Latinx communities in Federal Way and the importance of equity and justice in employment opportunities, health care and wages. Both thanked the Mayor and Council for the proclamation. d. Proclamation: Diaper Need Awareness Week — September 26 — October 2 Councilmember Craft read the proclamation and acknowledged Toni Sarge, Director of Public Affairs, Westside Baby who was attending the meeting virtually however due to Federal Way City Council Regular Minutes Page 2 of 9 September 21, 2021 the length previous presentations was unable to remain at the meeting. The proclamation will be sent to Ms. Sarge. e. Proclamation: National IT Professional Day — September 21 Council President Honda read and presented the proclamation to IT Director Thomas Fichtner who thanked the Mayor and Council for their support of the department. He thanked his staff for their hard work and dedication and noted in line with Council priorities the IT Department is working on implementing new cyber security and internet safety measures across the city systems. f. Mayor's Emerging Issues and Report Report regarding Afghan Refugees sheltered in Federal Way Policy Advisor Bill Vadino provided an update regarding King County Executive's temporary housing of Afghan refugees at the Extended Stay American which was recently purchased for the County's Health Through Housing program. Mr. Vadino noted it is expected that the first refugees will be placed at the Extended Stay facility next week where they will be assisted with 24/7 staffing. He also noted King County is seeking long-term and permanent housing for refugees in addition to this temporary housing. COVID-19 Report Deputy Chief Kyle Sumpter provided a report on current COVID-19 counts (positives, hospitalizations and deaths) in King County. Recent Community Events Mayor Ferrell provided a report on the 9/11 Memorial and Veterans Plaza Dedication at the Performing Arts and Event Center; he thanked the Parks and Public Works staff who worked on the project and the many committee members, veterans and community members who attended the ceremony. He also noted South King Fire and Rescue had a moving event on 9/11 at their station with artifacts from New York City and United 93 Flight. Upcoming Events Mayor Ferrell encouraged everyone to attend the Taste of Federal Way at the Farmers Market on September 25, beginning at 11:30 a.m. He also noted the Mayor's Day of Concern Drive-Thru food drive will be held Saturday, October 2 at Fred Meyers beginning at 10:00 a.m. g. Council Committee Reports Parks/Recreation/Human Services/Public Safety Committee (PRHSPS): Chair Kochmar noted the items on the consent agenda were previously discussed at Committee. She noted the next meeting is October 12 at 5:00 p.m. where the committee will be further discussing the information presented tonight about the police increase request. Land Use/Transportation Committee (LUTC): Chair Baruso highlighted items on the consent and the ordinance portion of the agenda were discussed at the last committee meeting. He noted the next meeting is Monday, October 4 at 5:00 p.m. on Zoom. Finance, Economic Development Regional Affairs Committee (FEDRAC): Chair Tran reported the next meeting will be Tuesday, September 28 at 5:00 p.m. Federal Way City Council Regular Minutes Page 3 of 9 September 21, 2021 Lodging Tax Advisory Committee (LTAC): Chair Assefa-Dawson noted the next meeting will be October 13 at 10:00 a.m. Regional Committees Report (PIC): Councilmember Moore provided a report regarding roundtable discussions at the recent PIC meeting; he noted the next meeting will be October 13 at 7:00 p.m. via Zoom. Council President Report: Council President Honda stated Sound Transit may be closer to deciding on the OMF (Operations Maintenance Facility) South site, and she encouraged citizens and business owners to reach out to the Sound Transit Board in opposition to siting this facility in Federal Way. She noted the next meeting for Sound Transit is November 10 at 1:30 p.m. and anyone interested can attend virtually. She is concerned Sound Transit is taking needed community businesses and possibly school and daycare facilities from the city, if this large facility is located in Federal Way rather than reusing the Midway Landfill site. She also noted due to the rise in COVID numbers, the in -person City Council retreat has been postponed until after the new year. 4. PUBLIC COMMENT The City Clerk read the rules for public comment into the record. Bob Drake spoke in support of additional officers noting his family and other citizens do not feel safe in the city. Ken Blevens spoke in opposition of the proposed ordinance and does not want additional housing units in Federal Way for criminals and homeless individuals. Jacquelyn Copley thanked Police Chief Hwang for his recommendation to increase policing in the city and feels it is a Mayor's responsibility to keep law and order in the City. Anna Patrick thanked the Police Chief for his presentation and feels an increase in police officers is necessary however would like to make sure officers are retained. She also urged council to watch recent Planning Commission meetings in regards to HB 1220 and the proposed ordinance. Betty Taylor expressed that she does not feel safe outside of her home; she is concerned Federal Way is becoming a hot spot for crime. She thanked the Mayor and Councilmembers for their leadership and working to address crime. Allison Fine expressed her support for the appropriate amount of police in the city as well as increased focus on offering mental health and housing services. David VanVleet would like the City Council to issue a proclamation condemning the application of a "Harmful Content Warning" which he said has been placed on several historical documents by the National Archives. Mr. VanVleet also shared skepticism that adding police officers will benefit the city in light of the new policing legislature passed earlier this year. Phil Dalrymple expressed concerns about laws and programs implemented at the state and county level and how they negatively impact Federal Way. COUNCIL PRESIDENT HONDA MOVED TO EXTEND THE MEETING PAST 10:00 P.M; COUNCILMEMBER MOORE SECOND. Motion passed unanimously as follows: Federal Way City Council Regular Minutes Page 4 of 9 September 21, 2021 Council President Honda yes Councilmember Craft yes CouncilmemberAssefa-Dawson yes Councilmember Moore yes Councilmember Baruso yes Councilmember Kochmar yes Councilmember Tran yes Email from Josh Kim read by the City Clerk in agreement the Federal Way needs more police officers, but with the caveat that police receive more training. Emails from Rachel Routt-Utrera, Bridget Ohse, Dana Hollaway, Pam Schneider, Lorrie Osmonson, Mary Herman, and Scott Chase read by the City Clerk in support of utilizing ARPA funding towards the addition of thirteen police officers. Emails from Mariah Rivera, Sonja Gilbert, and Traci Whiting read by the City Clerk in support of adding additional police officers. Email from Nancy Justice read by the City Clerk expressing concern about the crime in Federal Way as well as public letters not being read as part of public comment at Planning. Commission meetings. Emails from Sue Ellebrecht and Debbie Ham read by the City Clerk requesting financial assistance for senior citizens living in Federal Way. Email from Sarah Nelson read by the City Clerk opposing HB 1220 and the proposed ordinance. Email from Lyn-Idahosa read by the City Clerk stating a need for more child care in Federal Way. 5. CONSENT AGENDA a. Minutes: September 7, 2021 Regular and Special Meetings b. Authorization to Apply for and Accept the SWM Capacity Grant c. Master Lease Agreement with Verizon Wireless for Small Wireless Facilities d. Downtown Planning Grant Application e. Resolution: Supporting the Court's Efforts to Address Addiction and Mental Illness with the Sequential Intercept Model/APPROVED RESO #21-814 f. CDBG-CV2 Contract with WA State Department of Commerce g. Lease Agreement between Twin Lakes Plaza, LLC and the City of Federal Way for the Twin Lakes Substation h. Interlocal Agreement between City of Federal Way and Federal Way Public Schools for School Resource Officers King County Registered Sex Offender Cost Reimbursement Agreement j. Valley Narcotics Enforcement Team (VNET)/U.S. Department of Justice, Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA) Task Force Agreements k. Bid Acceptance — Roofing Replacement at Saghalie Restroom Buildings & Steel Lake Annex Barn HVAC Service Contract Amendment m. Janitorial Service Contract Amendment Federal Way City Council Regular Minutes Page 5 of 9 September 21, 2021 COUNCIL PRESIDENT HONDA MOVED APPROVAL OF ITEM A THROUGH M ON THE CONSENT AGENDA; SECOND BY COUNCILMEMBER MOORE. The motion passed unanimously as follows: Council President Honda yes Councilmember Craft yes CouncilmemberAssefa-Dawson yes Councilmember Moore yes Councilmember Baruso yes Councilmember Kochmar yes Councilmember Tran yes 6. COUNCIL BUSINESS a. Planning Commission Appointments COUNCILMEMBER BARUSO MOVED TO MAKE THE FOLLOWING APPOINTMENTS TO THE PLANNING COMMISSION: LAWSON BRONSON TO A VOTING POSITION WITH A TERM EXPIRING SEPTEMBER 30, 2025 AND JAE SO TO A VOTING POSITION FOR AN UNEXPIRED TERM THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30, 2024; SECOND BY COUNCILMEMBER KOCHMAR. The motion passed unanimously as follows: Council President Honda yes Councilmember Craft yes CouncilmemberAssefa-Dawson yes Councilmember Moore yes Councilmember Baruso yes Councilmember Kochmar yes Councilmember Tran yes b. Human Service Commission Appointment COUNCILMEMBER KOCHMAR MOVED THE APPOINTMENT OF AARON WALSH TO THE HUMAN SERVICES COMMISSION FOR AN ALTERNATE POSITION WITH A TERM TO EXPIRE JANUARY 31, 2024; SECOND BY COUNCILMEMBER MOORE. The motion passed unanimously as follows: Council President Honda yes CouncilmemberAssefa-Dawson yes Councilmember Baruso yes Councilmember Tran yes c. Youth Commission Appointments Councilmember Craft yes Councilmember Moore yes Councilmember Kochmar yes COUNCILMEMBER KOCHMAR MOVED TO WAIVE THE CITY RESIDENCY REQUIREMENT AND THE SOPHOMORE OR JUNIOR CLASS ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENT FOR APPOINTMENT TO THE YOUTH COMMISSION AND MOVE THE APPOINTMENT OF ANDREW DEO AND NIKO MANJARES TO VOTING POSITIONS WITH TERMS EXPIRING AUGUST 31, 2022; SECOND BY COUNCILMEMBER BARUSO. The motion passed unanimously as follows: Council President Honda yes CouncilmemberAssefa-Dawson yes Councilmember Baruso yes Councilmember Tran yes 7. ORDINANCE Councilmember Craft yes Councilmember Moore yes Councilmember Kochmar yes First Reading a. Council Bill #811/Ordinance: Proposed Code Amendments for Permanent Supportive Housing and Emergency Housing and Shelter AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON, RELATING TO PERMANENT SUPPORTIVE HOUSING AND TRANSITIONAL HOUSING, AND EMERGENCY HOUSING AND SHELTER; AMENDING FWRC 19.05.040, 19.05.050, 19.05.190, 19.205.080, 19.215.070, AND 19.220.100; REPEALING FWRC 19.105.060 Federal Way City Council Regular Minutes Page 6 of 9 September 21, 2021 AND 19.230.080; AND ADDING NEW SECTIONS 19.195.015, 19.200.045, 19.220.105, 19.225.055, 19.225.075, 19.230.055, 19.230.065, 19.240.085, AND 19.240.095. (AMENDING ORDINANCE NOS. 94-233, 96-270, 97-297, 99-333, 01-385, 02-423, 06- 515, 07-559, 08-585, 09-593, 09-605, 09-610, 12-713, 13-754, 14-778, 15-797, 17-834, 18-850, 18-884, AND 20-898.) Keith Niven, Planning Manager provided information regarding the proposed ordinance which would amend FWRC Title 19 to be consistent with the requirements of ESSHB 1220 relating to permanent supportive housing and emergency housing and shelter. Mr. Niven provided language directly from the recently approved state legislation (HB 1220) which defines both permanent supportive housing and emergency housing and issues a deadline of compliance of July and September 2021. In researching this issue and consulting with other local jurisdictions, he believes the city is better served by having standards in place than having no local regulations at all. Taking no action results in unlimited and unregulated supporting housing and emergency shelter in the city, as HB 1220 requires this use be allowed. Mr. Niven stated the city used the best available data from the 2020 Seattle/King County Point -in -Time Count of Individuals Experiencing Homelessness (Count Us In report) to project a trend from the last 4 years out 20 years. He noted this is the best source of data and is also being used by other cities. He acknowledged the count data is not segregated by city so the calculation is based on the city's population to best determine the city's portion of dwelling units and emergency housing/shelter units. He noted the State has yet to provide guidelines, so this estimate and projection can be amended at a later time if further information and data guidelines are made available from the State. He provided a chart of information outlining a summary of proposed amendments in each zone and provided information regarding the separation options between facilities. Mr. Niven also provided feedback on the discussions held at the Planning Commission and Land Use Transportation Committee meetings and referenced the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page which addresses many common questions. The Council thanked Mr. Niven for his presentation and asked clarifying questions regarding licensing requirements, separation requirement from schools for facilities who are not housing families, and the greatest separation between facilities that will still meet the "need" requirements set by the state. It was also requested that many of the questions raised by Council be addressed on the Planning Divisions FAQ page. Mayor Ferrell called for public comment; the City Clerk did not have anyone signed up to speak. City Clerk read the ordinance title COUNCILMEMBER BARUSO MOVED TO FORWARD THE PROPOSED ORDINANCE TO THE OCTOBER 5, 2021 COUNCIL MEETING FOR SECOND READING AND ENACTMENT; SECOND BY COUNCILMEMBER ASSEFA-DAWSON. Councilmember Kochmar does not believe there has been enough public process and does not feel adequately informed; she will not be supporting the motion. Council asked for clarification on the State deadline for regulations; City Attorney Ryan Call noted the deadline has already passed as the timeline the State allowed was unfortunately Federal Way City Council Regular Minutes Page 7 of 9 September 21, 2021 very aggressive. He further stated without regulations in place, a permit could be submitted for any residential area of the city. Community Development Director Brian Davis also noted this process would normally take longer, however with the short time frame allowed by the State, city staff felt it was imperative to get regulations in place to protect the city. He again noted these regulations can be amended later, if needed. Council stated their desire to protect the community with regulations and understand this is a difficult topic which many citizens feel strongly about. After calling for public comment earlier, it was noted multiple individuals were on the virtual meeting who wished to provide comment. In order to allow for public comment with a motion on the floor; Councilmember Baruso withdrew his motion; Councilmember Assefa-Dawson withdrew her second. Public Comment: David VanVleet spoke in opposition of passing Council Bill 811 saying that it will not be healthy for the city and the community; he believes this action will destroy the suburbs and the neighborhoods. Jacquelyn Copley shared her astonishment that items are being approved at such a late hour; she feels this adds to the negative environment and is frustrated having to repeatedly say she no longer feels safe in this community. Anna Patrick spoke as a citizen and not as a Planning Commissioner noting she feels the urgency to get something passed, but there is also a need to take some control as to the types of housing that are coming into our city. She challenges the numbers proposed and feels South King County is set up for failure. Jack Walsh shared that many community members are not familiar with the processes of local government. He questioned the criteria for management of these facilities and feels this issue is of great to concern to many and the late hour limits public involvement. Rachel Routh-Utrera recognized the urgency due to the State requirement, however she expressed concerns about how this could affect safety in the City and her family's ability to feel safe in their neighborhood; she would like to see how the same issue is being handled in the eastside cities. City Attorney Call noted the city, similar to other jurisdictions, used metrics from the One Night Count/Point-in-Time Count as a basis for estimating what the State requirements might be. He reiterated this ordinance can be amended later after the law evolves and there is more guidance from the State. COUNCILMEMBER BARUSO MOVED TO FORWARD THE PROPOSED ORDINANCE TO THE OCTOBER 5, 2021 COUNCIL MEETING FOR SECOND READING AND ENACTMENT; SECOND BY COUNCILMEMBER ASSEFA-DAWSON. The motion passed 6-1 as follows: Council President Honda yes Councilmember Craft yes CouncilmemberAssefa-Dawson yes Councilmember Moore yes Councilmember Baruso yes Councilmember Kochmar no Councilmember Tran yes Federal Way City Council Regular Minutes Page 8 of 9 September 21, 2021 8. COUNCIL REPORTS Councilmember Kochmar provided no further report. Councilmember Moore provided no further report; he thanked his colleagues for hearing his thoughts and the public for participating. Councilmember Craft thanked the members of public who stayed on the meeting at this late hour; she was happy they were able to make their comments. Councilmember Tran provided no further report. Councilmember Baruso thanked everyone for their input and comments. He was proud to read the Hispanic Heritage Month proclamation and encouraged the public to not only support shops and businesses, but to look at the many Hispanic achievements in many areas of the US including sports and music. Councilmember Assefa-Dawson thanked those who stayed on the meeting and provided their comments. She noted she will be unable to attend the Mayor's Day of Concern food drive as she will be out of town. Council President Honda thanked Chief Hwang for his presentation noting hiring that number of officers will take time and it will not happen overnight; she believes they hire the very best and that might take time. 9. ADJOURNMENT There being nothing further on the agenda; the regular meeting was adjourned at 11:53 p.m. Attest: Stephanie Courtney City Clerk Approved by Council: Federal Way City Council Regular Minutes Page 9 of 9 September 21, 2021 CIT Federal Way CITY COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING MINUTES Remote Meeting September 28, 2021 — 5:00 p.m. 1. CALL MEETING TO ORDER Mayor Ferrell called the meeting to order at 5:00 p.m. City officials in attendance: Mayor Jim Ferrell, Council President Susan Honda, Councilmember Lydia Assefa-Dawson, Councilmember Greg Baruso, Councilmember Hoang Tran, Councilmember Leandra Craft, Councilmember Martin Moore, and Councilmember Linda Kochmar. City staff in attendance: City Attorney Ryan Call and City Clerk Stephanie Courtney. 2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE Mayor Ferrell led the flag salute. 3. COUNCIL BUSINESS: a. Mayor's request that Council take action to send Council Bill #811 back to First Reading at the October 5, 2021 Regular Meeting. Mayor Ferrell noted this is simply and administrative action to reset Council Bill #811 back to first reading at the next regular City Council meeting. There will be no substantive discussion at this meeting regarding the proposed ordinance or HB 1220. He encouraged the public to attend the October 5, 2021 regular meeting to hear the staff presentation and provide comments. COUNCIL PRESIDENT HONDA MOVED TO PLACE COUNCIL BILL #811, RELATED TO THE ZONING OF PERMANENT SUPPORTIVE HOUSING AND TRANSITIONAL HOUSING, ON THE OCTOBER 5, 2021 REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING AGENDA FOR FIRST READING; COUNCILMEMBER MOORE SECOND. The motion passed unanimously as follow: Council President Honda yes Councilmember Assefa-Dawson yes Councilmember Baruso yes Councilmember Tran yes Councilmember Craft yes Councilmember Moore yes Councilmember Kochmar yes Federal Way City Council Special Minutes Page 1 of 2 September 28, 2021 4. ADJOURNMENT There being nothing further on the agenda; the special meeting was adjourned at 5:04 p.m. Attest: Stephanie Courtney City Clerk Approved by Council: Federal Way City Council Special Minutes Page 2 of 2 September28, 2021 COUNCIL MEETING DATE: October 05, 2021 ITEM #: 5b ............... CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL SUBJECT: AP VOUCHERS 07/16/2021-08/15/2021 AND PAYROLL VOUCHERS 07/01/2021-07/31/2021 POLICY QUESTION: Should the City Council approve the AP vouchers in the total amount of $3,788,312.57 and payroll vouchers in the total amount of $3,942,552.48? COMMITTEE: Finance, Economic Development, and Regional Affairs Committee MEETING DATE: September 28, 2021 CATEGORY: ® Consent ❑ Ordinance ❑ Public Hearing ❑ City Council Business ❑ Resolution ❑ Other STAFF REPORT BY: Steve Groom Finance Director DEPT: Finance . ... I, the undersigned, do hereby certify under penalty of perjury that the materials have been furnished, the services rendered, or the labor performed as described herein and that the claims are just and due obligations against the City of eral Way, ngton, and that I am authorized to authenticate and certify said liens. Inance Director Attachments: Voucher List Options Considered: MAYOR'S RECOMMENDATION: MAYOR APPROVAL: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: pIRECTOR APPROVAL: I move to forward the vouchers to the October 05, 2021 consent agenda for approval: (91 r N�/ Committee Chair Committee Member Committee Member PROPOSED COUNCIL MOTION: "I move approval of the vouchers pursuant to RCW 42.24. (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERKS OFFICE COUNCIL ACTION: ❑ APPROVED COUNCIL BILL # ❑ DENIED Is' reading ❑ TABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION Enactment reading ❑ MOVED TO SECOND READING (ordinances only) ORDINANCE # REVISED — 08/12/2010 RESOLUTION # City of Federal Way - Accounts Payable Check List Key Bank Page 1 of 53 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total ACCOUNT PAYABLE-ESCOM $300.00 278255 8/13/2021 PACIFIC NORTHWEST LIBRAF8/16/2018 52459 $150.00 DBC-REFUND RENTAL DEPOSIT 278334 8/13/2021 WITHIN REACH, ATTN: KRIST111/15/2018 52742 $150.00 DBC-WITHINREACH REFUND RENTAL ADVERTISING $27,984.87 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $308.28 FWCC-JOB POSTINGS 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $24.25 FWCC-AD JOB POSTING 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7123/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $9.05 FWCC-MARKETING 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $199.00 FWCC-EGYM APP PMT 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $137.63 FWCC-ADVERTING 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $500.00 DBC-ADVERTISING 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $34.48 SWR-ADVERTISING 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $17.85 SWR-ADVERTISING 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7123/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $175.00 SWR-ADVERTISING 278108 7/30/2021 WSP USA INC, 7/9/2021 1071005 $26,579.33 PW-AG20-060 ON -CALL CONST INSP AIRFARE $1,395.67 723214759 7123/2021 US BANK, 7123/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $147.96 CC-NFWL CONFAIRFARE 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $135.09 CC-NFWL CON AIRFARE 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $122.92 CC-NFWL CON AIRFARE 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $330.90 CC-NFWLCONFAIRFARE 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $329.40 CC-NFWL CONFAIRFARE 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $329.40 CC-NFWL CONFAIRFARE ASPHALT & ROAD OIL $6,311.72 278018 7/30/2021 LAKESIDE INDUSTRIES INC, 3/6/2021 152600 $134.92 SWM-REPAIR SUPPLIES 278018 7/30/2021 LAKESIDE INDUSTRIES INC, 3/13/2021 153395 $147.53 SWM-REPAIR SUPPLIES 278017 7/30/2021 LAKESIDE INDUSTRIES INC, 3/1312021 153396 $133.66 SWM-REPAIR SUPPLIES 278017 7/30/2021 LAKESIDE INDUSTRIES INC, 4/10/2021 156432 $2,354.45 SWM-REPAIR SUPPLIES 278017 7/30/2021 LAKESIDE INDUSTRIES INC, 4/24/2021 158125 $913.08 SWM-REPAIR SUPPLIES Page 2 of 53 Key Bank Check No_ Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 278029 7/30/2021 MILES RESOURCES LLC, 5/17/2021 321462 $316.75 SWM-ASPHALT SUPPLIES 278029 7/30/2021 MILES RESOURCES LLC, 6/21/2021 322673 $209.53 SWM-ASPHALT SUPPLIES 278029 7/30/2021 MILES RESOURCES LLC, 6128/2021 322858 $814.84 SWM-ASPHALT SUPPLIES 278230 8/13/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 7/27/2021 02399 $115.20 PWST-MAINT SUPPLIES 278121 8/13/2021 ALPINE PRODUCTS INC, 7/27/2021 TM-203654 $171.76 PWST-MAINT SUPPLIES ASSOCIATION DUES $7,011.10 723214759 7123/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $4,997.00 SWM-CDS DRIVER SCHOOL 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $940.00 CDHS-ANNUALSUB 723213793 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PD VISA $150.00 PD-WASPC ANNUAL DUES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $40.00 SWM-CDL LICS 278096 7/30/2021 WA STATE LABOR & INDUSTR8l17/2021 281918 $134.10 CHB-ELEVATOR OPERAT CERT L&I 278332 8/13/2021 WASHINGTON WILDLIFE, & RE8/12/2021 2021 WWRC MEMB $750 00 PKM-2021 WWRC MEMBERSHIP ATHLETIC SUPPLIES $1,780.25 723219491 7/2312021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $225.36 PKM-ATHLETIC SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $473.15 PARKS -ATHLETIC SUPPLIES 278133 8/13/2021 BSN SPORTS, 7/20/2021 913202141 $1,081.74 FWCC-OPER SUPPLIES AUTOMATION FEE $79.80 277937 7/30/2021 2 SONS PLUMBING LLC, 7/12/2021 21-102366 $35.00 CD -REFUND CANCELLATION 21-1027 278054 7/30/2021 RICKABAUGH PENTECOST DE5/28/2021 21-102110 $44 80 CD-21-102110 PERMIT REFUND BOOKS, MAPS, & PERIODICALS $146.05 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $139 10 MO -NEWSPAPER SUBSCR 723213793 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PD VISA $5.95 PD-MNTHLY MEMB BUILDING MATERIALS $467.64 278059 7/30/2021 SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO, 7/8/2021 7269-2 $44.21 PKM-FACILITIES PAINT SUPPLIES 277998 7/30/2021 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-250077/612021 5624664 $15,38 PKM-REPAIR/MAINT SUPPLIES 277998 7/30/2021 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-250076/25/2021 6031631 $49.06 PKM-REPAIR/MAINT SUPPLIES 277998 7/30/2021 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-250077/112021 0510012 $43.87 PKM-REPAIR/MAINT SUPPLIES 277998 7/30/2021 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-250077/l/2021 9022265 $128.35 PKM-REPAIR/MAINTENANCE SUPPLIE Page 3 of 53 Key Bank Check No, Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 278024 7/30/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 7/19/2021 02873 $186 77 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES CASH ADJUSTMENT-OVER/SHORT $78.50 278060 7/30/2021 SMITH, ALICIA 7/28/2021 07/27/21 $68 50 FWCC-REFUND FOR WEBTRAC 278023 7/30/2021 LONGSWORTH, BRUCE 7/27/2021 07/27/21 $10 00 FWCC-REFUND FOR WEBTRAC CASH SHORT & OVER $47.00 278033 7/30/2021 MOORE JR, DURWOOD 6/7/2021 003-00098536 $47.00 PD-CPLAPPLICANT DUPL CHRG CELLULAR PHONE AIR TIME $16,468.64 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $102.45 IT -NANO CHRGS 277953 7/30/2021 AT&T MOBILITY, 7/11/2021 2872889827730719202 $3,802.07 IT-08/21 DATA CARDS 278088 7/30/2021 VERIZON WIRELESS, 7/13/2021 9884086798 $214.33 IT/PAEC/PD-06/21 CELLULAR SVC 278088 7/30/2021 VERIZON WIRELESS, 7/13/2021 9884086798 $5,891.98 IT/PAEC/PD-06/21 CELLULAR SVC 278088 7/30/2021 VERIZON WIRELESS, 7/13/2021 9884086798 $5,891,98 IT/PAEC/PD-06/21 CELLULAR SVC 278089 7/30/2021 VERIZON WIRELESS, 7/13/2021 9884086799 $246.14 IT-06/21 CELLULAR SVC ACCT# 278089 7/30/2021 VERIZON WIRELESS, 7/13/2021 9884086799 $246.15 IT-06/21 CELLULAR SVC ACCT# 278311 8/13/2021 T-MOBILE USA INC, 8/13/2021 830401935 $73.54 IT-07/21 CELLULAR SVC CLOTHING AND FOOTWEAR $17,092.82 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $87.20 PARKS -CAMP SHIRTS 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $3,828.73 PARKS -CAMP STAFF UNIFORMS 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $191.24 PARKS -CAMP SHIRTS 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $28,60 PKM-UNIF•DRM 723213793 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PD VISA $88.07 PD-SWAT CLTHNG 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $203.63 PWST-WORK BOOS 723213793 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PD VISA $359.37 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 723213793 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PD VISA $416.30 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 723213793 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PD VISA $39.93 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $48.24 FWCC-STAFF UNIFORM 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $275.13 SWM-UNIFORM 278038 7/30/2021 NORTHAM, ANDREW 7/27/2021 NORTHAM 2021 $154.13 PD-UNIFORM ALLOWANCE Page 4 of 53 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 277939 7/30/2021 911 SUPPLY INC, 7/21/2021 INV-2-11882 $15.41 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 277939 7/30/2021 911 SUPPLY INC, 7/21/2021 INV-2-11883 $1,460.01 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 278050 7/30/2021 PROFORCE LAW ENFORCEMI7/15/2021 455681 $4,772.84 PD-TASER SUPPLIES 278053 7/30/2021 RED WING SHOE STORE, 7/8/2021 62647 $178.35 PWSWM-UNIFORM SAFETY FOOTWEAR 277965 7/30/2021 COASTAL FARM & HOME SUPf7/9/2021 4217 $88.06 PKM-OPER SUPPLIES 277993 7/30/2021 GALLS LLC, 7/9/2021 018774524 $47.33 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 278047 7/30/2021 PETTY CASH -POLICE DEPT, 7/7/2021 033366 $77.48 PD-BIKE SHOES REPL- 278073 7/30/2021 SYMBOLARTS LLC, 7/7/2021 0386600-IN $647.11 PD-BADGES 278063 7/30/2021 SOUND SAFETY PRODUCTS 17/7/2021 195790/3 $375.75 PWST-SAFETY EQUIPMENT & CLOTHI 277994 7/30/2021 GALLS LLC, 7/2/2021 018732234 $23.11 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 277965 7/30/2021 COASTAL FARM & HOME SUP7/2/2021 4210 $165.12 SWM-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 277993 7/30/2021 GALLS LLC, 6/30/2021 018713947 $194.87 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 278112 8/13/2021 911 SUPPLY INC, 8/5/2021 INV-2-12196 $37.60 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 278291 8/13/2021 SOUND UNIFORM/BRATWEAR6/29/2021 202106SU223 $549.29 PD-UNIFORM EQUIPMENT 278150 8/13/2021 COFFEY, MICHAEL 7/25/2021 COFFEY 2021 $200,00 PD-CLOTHING ALLOWANCE 278130 8/13/2021 BASSAGE, BRIAN 7/26/2021 BASSAGE 2021 $200.00 PD-EQUIP ALLOW 278300 8/13/2021 SYMBOLARTS LLC, 7/27/2021 0389896-1N $1,969 96 PD-BADGES 278120 8/13/2021 ALLEN, EDWARD 7/29/2021 ALLEN 2021 $200.00 PD-UNIFORM ALLOWANCE 278112 8/13/2021 911 SUPPLY INC, 7/29/2021 INV-2-12050 $8.81 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 278112 8/13/2021 911 SUPPLY INC, 7/30/2021 INV-2-12061 $13.76 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 278112 8/13/2021 911 SUPPLY INC, 7/30/2021 INV-2-12062 $15.41 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 278176 8/13/2021 FORRESTER. BILLY JACK 8/4/2021 FORRESTER 2021 $131.98 PD-CLOTHING ALLOW COMMUNICATIONS $1,610.37 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $86.61 CHB-MNTHLY ANSW SVC 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $86 62 SWM-MNTHLY ANSW SVC 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $86,62 PWST-MNTHLYANSW SRVC Page 5 of 53 Key Bank Check No, Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 277962 7/30/2021 CENTURYLINK, 7/4/2021 206-Z04-0609-472B $94.54 IT-06/21 PHONE SERVICES 277962 7/30/2021 CENTURYLINK, 7/4/2021 206-Z04-0609-472B $627.99 IT-06/21 PHONE SERVICES 277962 7/30/2021 CENTURYLINK, 7/4/2021 206-Z04-0609-472B $627.99 IT-06/21 PHONE SERVICES COMPUTER HARDWARE/EQUIPMENT $63,220.17 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $1,595.00 IT -COMPUTER HARDWARE 278083 7/30/2021 UPSTATE WHOLESALE SUPPL6/24/2021 INV22444 $38,878.00 IT-PD-RR GETAC B360- 278083 7/30/2021 UPSTATE WHOLESALE SUPPL6/24/2021 INV22444 $7,140.00 IT-PD-RR GETAC Bumper to Bumpe 278083 7/30/2021 UPSTATE WHOLESALE SUPPL6/24/2021 INV22444 $8,666.00 IT-PD-RR GETAC: Havis TF1-Stan 278083 7/30/2021 UPSTATE WHOLESALE SUPPL6/24/2021 INV22444 $1,288.00 IT-PD-RR GETAC: 120W 11-16v, 2 278083 7/30/2021 UPSTATE WHOLESALE SUPPL6/24/2021 INV22444 $5,653.17 Sales Tax CONCEALED PISTOL LIC - FBI $503.60 278325 8/13/2021 WA STATE PATROL, 8/2/2021 122000612 $503.50 PD-BACKGROUND CHECKS CONCEALED PISTOL LIC - STATE $1,812.00 278323 8/13/2021 WA STATE DEPT OF LICENSIN7/31/2021 PD-07/31/21 CPL FEES $1,812.00 PD-07/31/21 CPL FEES CONFERENCE/SEMINAR REGISTRATH $7,203.10 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $400.00 SWM-TRAINING 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $495.00 PWTR-TRAINING 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $129.00 SWM-TRAINING 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $158.52 CD -SEMINAR BLDG CODE 723213793 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PD VISA $250.00 PD-UAS CLASS 723213793 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PD VISA $400.00 PD-TRITON TRNG GROUP 723213793 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PD VISA $1,003.98 PD-CONFERENCE SEPT 2021 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $75,00 MO-CHM MEMB MTG 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $50.00 MO -CHAMBER MEMB MTG 723213793 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PD VISA $800.00 PD-SNIPER CRAFT 723213793 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PD VISA $495.00 PD-CALIBRE PRESS SEMINAR 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $2,220.50 PWST-TRAINING 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $58.05 PWST-MNTHLY MEMB Page 6 of 53 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $58.05 SWM-MNTHLY MEMB 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $135.00 FWCC-NOTARY SEMINR 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $350,00 FWCC-AFO COURSE 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $75.00 CC 7/7/21 MTG 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $50.00 CC 717/21 MTG CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS $384,138.58 278029 7/30/2021 MILES RESOURCES LLC, 7/9/2021 AG20-053 #9 $169,709.00 PWST-AG20-053 2020 ASPHALT OVE 278029 7/30/2021 MILES RESOURCES LLC, 6/28/2021 AG20-976 #3 $56,678.48 PW-AG20-976 SW 320TH ST PRESER 278245 8/13/2021 NORTHEAST ELECTRIC LLC, 8/6/2021 PW-AG20-088 #5 $135,249,35 PW-AG20-088 VARIABLE LAND USE 278212 8/13/2021 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVI:6130/2021 113107-113118 $140,63 PW/PWTR/PWST/PD-RSD FW#113107- 278218 8/13/2021 LAKESIDE INDUSTRIES INC, 7/26/2021 AG20-977 #4 $22,361.12 PW-AG20-977 SW 356TH ST PRESER CONSULTING CONTRACTS $139,110.96 277979 7/30/2021 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE, 7/9/2021 D165482R $628.75 CD-AG19-127 THIRD PARTY WETLAN 277973 7/30/2021 DKS ASSOCIATES, 7/9/2021 77918R1 $4,960,19 PW-AG20-004 SW DASHPOINT RD/47 277957 7/30/2021 BRIGHT ENGINEERING INC, 7/13/2021 6511 $2,430.00 FWCC-AG17-183 SUPPRT WTRSLD RP 278010 7/30/2021 KPFF INC, KPFF CONSULTING//21/2021 380366 $20,544.52 PW-AG20-008 PACIFIC HW NON -MOT 278215 8113/2021 KPG INC, 7/2/2021 6-7321 $12,638.12 PW-AG21 036 PRESERVATION CONST 278215 8/13/2021 KPG INC, 7/27/2021 7-7321 $2,600.29 PW-AG21 036 PRESERVATION CONST 278257 8/13/2021 PARAMETRIX INC, 7/23/2021 28320 $70,625.17 PWST-CITY CENTER ACCESS AG17-1 278180 8/13/2021 GEOENGINEERS INC, 7/23/2021 0173432 $24,683.91 SWM-AG21-010 COLD CREEK BASIN COPIER & PRINTER SUPPLIES $676.80 277968 7/30/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7/12/2021 2061993-0 $168.95 HR-OFFICE SUPPLIES 277968 7/30/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7/12/2021 2061994-0 $112.63 HR-OFFICE SUPPLIES 277968 7/30/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7/12/2021 2061995-0 $112.63 HR-OFFICE SUPPLIES 277968 7/30/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7/12/2021 2061996-0 $56.32 HR-OFFICE SUPPLIES 277968 7/30/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7/12/2021 2061997-0 $168.95 HR-OFFICE SUPPLIES 277968 7/30/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7/12/2021 2062023-0 $56.32 HR-OFFICE SUPPLIES COURT -AUTO THEFT PREVENTION $2,711.43 Page 7 of 53 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 278326 8/13/2021 WA STATE -STATE R EVEN U ES.8/10/2021 JULY 2021 $2,711.43 FI-07121 STATE PORTION REMIT F COURT - CRIME VICTIMS $902.64 278269 8/13/2021 PROSECUTING ATTORNEYS (8/10/2021 08/10/21 $902.64 FI-REFUND KC CRIME VICTIMS REM COURT - DEATH INV ACCT $102.10 278326 8/13/2021 WA STATE -STATE REVEN UES,8/10/2021 JULY 2021 $102.10 FI-07/21 STATE PORTION REMIT F COURT - HWY SAFETY ACT $401.44 278326 8/13/2021 WA STATE -STATE REVEN UES,B/10/2021 JULY 2021 $401.44 FI-07/21 STATE PORTION REMIT F COURT - PSEA JIS $8,384.03 278326 8/13/2021 WA STATE -STATE REVENUES,8/10/2021 JULY 2021 $8,384.03 FI-07/21 STATE PORTION REMIT F COURT - SCHOOL SAFETY ZONE $61.19 278326 8/13/2021 WA STATE -STATE REVENUES.8/10/2021 JULY 2021 $51.19 FI-07/21 STATE PORTION REMIT F COURT - STATE ACCESS COMM ACCT $57.76 278326 8/13/2021 WA STATE -STATE REVEN UES,B/10/2021 JULY 2021 $57.76 FI-07/21 STATE PORTION REMIT F COURT - STATE MULTI TRANS ACCT $57.80 278326 8/13/2021 WA STATE -STATE REVENUES,8/10/2021 JULY 2021 $57.80 FI-07/21 STATE PORTION REMIT F COURT - STATE PORTION $26,016.45 278326 8/13/2021 WA STATE -STATE REVENUES,8/10/2021 JULY 2021 $26,015 45 FI-07/21 STATE PORTION REMIT F COURT - STATE PSEA 2 $12,856.11 278326 8/13/2021 WA STATE -STATE REVEN UES,8/10/2021 JULY 2021 $12,856.11 FI-07/21 STATE PORTION REMIT F COURT - STATE PSEA3 $234.99 278326 8/13/2021 WA STATE -STATE R EVEN UES,8/10/2021 JULY 2021 $234 99 FI-07/21 STATE PORTION REMIT F COURT - TRAUMA BRAIN INJURY $1,117.11 278326 8/13/2021 WA STATE -STATE REVEN UES,8/10/2021 JULY 2021 $1,117.11 FI-07/21 STATE PORTION REMIT F COURT - WSP HIWAY ACCT $579.73 278326 8/13/2021 WA STATE -STATE REVEN UES,8/10/2021 JULY 2021 $579.73 FI-07/21 STATE PORTION REMIT F COURT -TRAUMA VICTIMS $1,354.93 278326 8/13/2021 WA STATE -STATE REVENUES,8/10/2021 JULY 2021 $1,354.93 FI-07/21 STATE PORTION REMIT F CUSTODIAL & CLEANING $3,696.96 278035 7/30/2021 MY ALARM CENTER, 6/1/2021 15378134 $3943 CHB-ALARM MONITORING SVC 278035 7/30/2021 MY ALARM CENTER, 5/1/2021 15270458 $39.43 CHB-ALARM MONITORING SVC 277950 7/30/2021 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE7/20/2021 512000103464 $89.46 DBC-LINEN SVC 277950 7/30/2021 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE7/20/2021 512000103465 $93.30 DBC-LINEN SVC 278068 7/30/2021 STANLEY CONVERGENT SEC7/6/2021 6001312780 $105 00 CHB-EVID BLDG O5/01-07/31 Page 8 of 53 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 278068 7/30/2021 STANLEY CONVERGENT SECr7/6/2021 6001319009 $105.00 CHB-CITY HALL 05/01-07/31 277950 7/30/2021 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE7/13/2021 512000098724 $71.29 DBC-LINEN SVC 277950 7/30/2021 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE7/13/2021 512000098725 $93.30 DBC-LINEN SVC 278035 7/30/2021 MY ALARM CENTER, 7/2312021 15490623 $39.43 CHB-ALARM MONITORING SVC 278126 8/13/2021 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE7/13/2021 512000098682 $73.99 FWCC-LINEN 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$1,602.50 278009 7/30/2021 KOPIS, GARY 7/12/2021 KOPIS 2021 $918.50 PD-TUITION REIMB CJUS 400 278231 8/13/2021 LOYD, TRAVIS 8/10/2021 LOYD 2021 $684.00 PD-COLLEGE TUITION REIMB ELECTRICAL PERMITS $1,179.87 277974 7/30/2021 E C COMPANY, 7112/2021 19-105302 $167.50 CD -REFUND CANCELLATION 19-1053 278087 7/30/2021 VECA ELECTRIC & TECH LLC,7/12/2021 21-101882 $55.91 CD -REFUND CANCELLATION 21-1018 278099 7/30/2021 WASHINGTON ENERGY SERV7/12/2021 21-102016 21-102017 $77.03 CD -REFUND CANCELLATION 21-1020 277992 7/30/2021 FULLER ELECTRIC INC, 7/12/2021 21-102062 $93.93 CD -REFUND CANCELLATION 21-1020 278276 8/13/2021 RED CEDAR PLUMBING, 7/13/2021 21-102846 $55.91 CD -PERMIT REFUND 21-102846 278273 8/13/2021 QUALITY ELECTRICALCONTF7/6/2021 21-102756 $656.78 CD -REFUND PERMIT 21-102756 278158 8/13/2021 CUSTOM ELECTRICAL SERVIC7/20/2021 21-102983 $72.81 CD -REFUND CANCELLATION 21-1029 ELECTRICITY $59,962.16 278052 7/30/2021 PUGET SOUND ENERGY INC, 7/12/2021 300000009526 $19,406.19 PWTR-06/21 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$8.10 PKM-07/21 726 S 356TH ELECTRIC 278272 8/13/2021 PUGET SOUND ENERGY INC, 7/29/2021 220026986814 $150.52 PWTR-07/21 105 SW 292ND ST. 278272 8/13/2021 PUGET SOUND ENERGY INC, 7/30/2021 300000007322 $8,336.56 PWTR-07/21 PSE ELECTRICITY CHG FILING & RECORDING FEES-INTGOV $320.87 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $320.87 CD-CERTI OF FI FIRST CLASS POSTAGE $8,236.45 Page 10 of 53 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $165.00 MO -POSTAGE 278263 8/13/2021 PITNEY BOWES PRESORT SV7/3/2021 1018512864 $1.232.72 FI-PITNEY BOWES POSTAGE DEPOSI 278263 8/13/2021 PITNEY BOWES PRESORT SV7/3/2021 1018512865 $161.63 FI-PITNEY BOWES POSTAGE DEPOSI 278154 8/13/2021 CONSOLIDATED PRESS LLC, 8/10/2021 08/06/21 $6,677.10 PARKS -POSTAGE BULK MAILING FOOD & BEVERAGE $8,006.75 723213793 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PD VISA $44.02 PD-CIS REPONSE FOOD ITEMS 723213793 7/23/2021 US 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ADVANTF7/31/2021 3483598570 $99.56 PD-OFFICE SUPPLIES 278294 8/13/2021 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTR/31/2021 3483598571 $48 39 PD-OFFICE SUPPLIES 278294 8/13/2021 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTF7/31/2021 3483598572 $13.29 PD-OFFICE SUPPLIES 278294 8/13/2021 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTFI/31/2021 3483598573 $25.98 PD-OFFICE SUPPLIES 278294 8/13/2021 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTF7/31/2021 3483598574 $48.39 PD-OFFICE SUPPLIES 278319 8/13/2021 US FOODS INC, 8/2/2021 3768948 $875.18 PKDBC-CATERING SUPPLIES 278319 8/13/2021 US FOODS INC, 7/29/2021 3702124 $887.52 PKDBC-CATERING SUPPLIES 278319 8113/2021 US FOODS INC, 7/29/2021 5561280001301 $1,302.63 PKDBC-CATERING SUPPLIES 278246 8/13/2021 NORTHSHORE VILLAGE, 7128/2021 12329 $108.95 DBC-SUPPLIES 278319 8/13/2021 US FOODS INC, 7/28/2021 3669755 $1,622.03 PKDBC-CATERING SUPPLIES 278319 8/13/2021 US FOODS INC, 7/27/2021 5561280004603 $329.42 PKDBC-CATERING SUPPLIES 278246 8/13/2021 NORTHSHORE VILLAGE, 7/27/2021 12321 $109.91 DBC-MAINT SUPPLIES GASOLINE $27,696.18 277982 7/30/2021 ERNIE'S FUEL STOPS (DBA), 7/15/2021 618128CT $502.30 PD-VEHICLE FUEL 277982 7/30/2021 ERNIE'S FUEL STOPS (DBA), 6/1512021 607473CT $595.43 PD-VEHICLE FUEL 278173 8/13/2021 FEDERAL WAY PUBLIC SCHO(6/3012021 A13246 $575.27 PD-VEHICLE FUEL 278173 8/13/2021 FEDERAL WAY PUBLIC SCHO(6/30/2021 A13246 $24,574.45 PD-VEHICLE FUEL 278168 8/1312021 ERNIE'S FUELSTOPS (DBA), 7/31/2021 623182CT $955.83 PD-VEHICLE FUEL 278163 8/13/2021 DON SMALL & SONS OIL DIST7/14/2021 S201663 $391.90 FLT-ENVIRO & REG FEES GO BOND PRINCIPAL $169,000.00 722219530 7/22/2021 THE BANK OF NEW YORK MEI7/22/2021 HUD 108 COLLECTIONS $159,000.00 CD -SECTION 108 LOAN PRINCIPAL HEALTH INSURANCE PREMIUM $500.00 278082 7/30/2021 UNSWORTH, RAYMOND A 7/22/2021 UNSWORTH 2O21 $200.00 PD-DEDUCTIBLE REIMB 277954 7/30/2021 BASSAGE, BRIAN 7/23/2021 BASSAGE 2021 $100 00 PD-DEDUCTIBLE REIMB 278132 8/13/2021 BRIZENDINE-JURGENSEN, JE8/6/2021 JURGENSEN 2021 $200.00 SWR-DEDUCTIBLE REMB HOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES $9,843.56 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7123/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $61.64 FWCC-SANITIZER MOUNTING Page 12 of 53 Key Bank Check No, Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountOL Total 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $10.48 FWCC-HAND SANITIZER 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $76.04 FWCC-HOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES 278098 7/30/2021 WALTER E NELSON CO., 7/21/2021 818449 $677.16 FWCC-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 278098 7/30/2021 WALTER E NELSON CO., 7/21/2021 818574 $600.23 FWCC-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 278098 7/30/2021 WALTER E NELSON CO., 7/15/2021 817514 $781.39 PKMT-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 278098 7/30/2021 WALTER E NELSON CO., 7/14/2021 817156 $760.78 FWCC-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 278098 7/30/2021 WALTER E NELSON CO., 7/13/2021 816923 $65829 CHB-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 278098 7/30/2021 WALTER E NELSON CO., 7/8/2021 816229 $904.45 FWCC-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 278098 7/30/2021 WALTER E NELSON CO„ 7/12/2021 816674 $597.73 CHB-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 278098 7/30/2021 WALTER E NELSON CO., 7/9/2021 816599 $289.84 PKMT-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 278328 8/13/2021 WALTER E NELSON CO., 7/14/2021 817639 $842.09 DBC--JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 278328 8/13/2021 WALTER E NELSON CO., 7/16/2021 817639 $-336.38 DBC--JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 278328 8/13/2021 WALTER E NELSON CO., 7/16/2021 818126 $281.33 DBC--JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 278328 8/13/2021 WALTER E NELSON CO., 7/20/2021 818570 $126.57 PKM-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 278328 8/13/2021 WALTER E NELSON CO., 7/21/2021 819156 $62.39 PKM-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 278328 8/13/2021 WALTER E NELSON CO., 7/30/2021 820302 $971.95 PKM-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 278328 8/13/2021 WALTER E NELSON CO., 8/2/2021 820760 $500.49 PKM-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 278328 8/13/2021 WALTER E NELSON CO., 7/26/2021 819670 $1,224.70 PKM-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 278328 8/13/2021 WALTER E NELSON CO., 7/27/2021 819956 $379.28 FWCC-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 278328 8/13/2021 WALTER E NELSON CO., 6/1/2021 811034 $373.10 FWCC-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES HUMAN SERVICES -CATHOLIC COMM 1 $16,210.48 278137 8/13/2021 CATHOLIC COMMUNITY SERV7/15/2021 2ND QTR 2021 $9,960.48 CDHS-AG21-065 EMERGENCYASST.- 278156 8/13/2021 CRISIS CONNECTIONS, 6/30/2021 2ND QTR 2021 $6,250 00 CDHS-AG21-061 KING COUNTY 2-1- IMMUNIZATION CHARGE $103.00 278248 8/13/2021 OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH CEN7/20/2021 72070557 $103.00 HR-DOT PHYS PREPL INSURANCE -STOP LOSS $66,524.26 802213039 8/2/2021 KAISER FOUNDATION HEALTF8/2/2021 AUG 2021 #2 $7,831 36 FI-08/21 ADMIN FEE KAISER HEAL Key Bank Page 13 of 53 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 802213040 8/2/2021 KAISER FOUNDATION HEALTI-8/12/2021 AUG 2021 $58.692.90 FI-08/21 ADMIN FEE KAISER HEAL INTEREST -GO BONDS $36,080.80 722219530 7/22/2021 THE BANK OF NEW YORK MEr7/22/2021 HUD 108 COLLECTIONS $36.080.80 CD -SECTION 108 LOAN PRINCIPAL JAIL CS - KENT $160 + AG19-133 $26,725.00 277964 7/30/2021 CITY OF KENT, 7/6/2021 RI 63289 $25,725.00 PD-AG19-133 JAIL SVC INMATE HO JAIL CS - KING CO $197 + AG13-016 $27,352.26 278007 7/30/2021 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVIE7/8/2021 3003389 $27.352.25 PD-06/21 DAJD OTH CITIES AG13- JAIL CS - SCORE $43,682.60 278057 7/30/2021 SCORE, 7/9/2021 5332 $43,520.00 PD-AG21-002 JAIL SVC INMATE HO 278057 7/30/2021 SCORE, 7/16/2021 5365 $162.50 PD-AG21-002 JAIL SVC INMATE HO JOB ANNOUNCEMENTS $5,124.75 278109 7/30/2021 YOURMEMBERSHIRCOM INC,6/25/2021 R51371660 $124.75 HR/LAW-JOB POSTING SVC 278306 8/13/2021 THE PRAETORIAN GROUP, LE7/31/2021 INVPRA5043 $5,000.00 PD-JOB LISTING LEASEHOLD TAX $6,909.89 278111 8/2/2021 WA STATE REVENUE DEPT:M18/2/2021 2ND QTR 21 $2,405.83 FI-20/21 LEASEHOLD EXC TAX- 278111 8/2/2021 WA STATE REVENUE DEPT:M18/2/2021 2ND QTR 21 $524.30 FI-2Q/21 LEASEHOLD EXC TAX- 278111 8/2/2021 WA STATE REVENUE DEPT,.M18/2/2021 2ND QTR 21 $346.59 FI-2Q/21 LEASEHOLD EXC TAX- 278111 8/2/2021 WA STATE REVENUE DEPT:M18/2/2021 2ND QTR 21 $269.64 FI-2Q/21 LEASEHOLD EXC TAX- 278111 8/2/2021 WA STATE REVENUE DEPT:M18/2/2021 2ND QTR 21 $341 37 FI-2Q/21 LEASEHOLD EXC TAX- 278110 8/2/2021 WA STATE REVENUE DEPT.M18/2/2021 2ND 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1452525 $3,946.45 IT- PW/SWM ANNUAL TECHINICAL 278021 7/30/2021 LEXISNEXIS, 6/30/2021 3093312765 $374.90 IT-06/21 WEST LAW SVC 278007 7/30/2021 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVI:%/30/2021 11010290 $505.45 IT-AG20-063 KING COUNTY I -NET 278170 8/13/2021 FDS HOLDINGS INC, DBACAR7/27/2021 REMI1550756 $25.00 IT-06/21 CH CARD CONNECT FEE 278227 8/13/2021 LEXISNEXIS, 7/31/2021 3093396304 $434.90 IT-07/21 WEST LAW SVC 278161 8/13/2021 DMX LLC DBA MOOD MEDIA, 8/1/2021 56309710 $51.45 IT-08121 MEDIA SERVICES 278283 8/13/2021 SHI INTERNATIONAL CORP, 7/23/2021 B13818111 $2,599.98 IT- ALL GovQA- 278283 8/13/2021 SHI INTERNATIONAL CORP. 7/23/2021 B13818111 $13,727 78 IT_ ALL GovQA- 278283 8/13/2021 SHI INTERNATIONAL CORP. 7/23/2021 B13818111 $4,455.56 IT - ALL GovQA- 278283 8/13/2021 SHI INTERNATIONAL CORP, 7/23/2021 B13818111 $665,00 IT - ALL GovQA- 278283 8/13/2021 SHI INTERNATIONAL CORP, 7/23/2021 B13818111 $4,572.22 IT - GovQA- 278283 8/13/2021 SHI INTERNATIONAL CORP, 7/23/2021 B13818111 $2.628.07 Sales Tax 278143 8/13/2021 CITIES DIGITAL INC, 7/8/2021 52012 $3,465.57 IT - LASERFICHE Avant Records 278143 8/13/2021 CITIES DIGITAL INC, 7/8/2021 52012 $2,500.00 IT - LASERFICHE Avante Toolkit 278143 8/13/2021 CITIESDIGITAL INC, 7/8/2021 52012 $447.12 IT - LASERFICHE Avante Records 278143 8/13/2021 CITIES DIGITAL INC, 7/8/2021 52012 $279.45 IT - LASERFICHE Avante Toolkit 278143 8/13/2021 CITIES DIGITAL INC, 7/8/2021 52012 $675.91 Sales Tax $2,843.07 OFFICE SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $668.43 FWCC-OFFICE SUPPLIES 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $285.00 MC -OFFICE SUPPLIES 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $67.51 CD -OFFICE SUPPLIES 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $14.88 SWM-OFFICE SUPPLIES 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $69.66 CD -OFFICE SUPPLIES Page 22 of 53 Key Bank Cheek No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 723213793 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PD VISA $86.47 PD-OFFICE SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $17.51 FI-OFFICE SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $165.09 FWCC-OFFICE SUPPLIES 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $57,98 IT -OFFICE SUPPLIES 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $79.00 HR-SERVC AWRD FRAMES 277968 7/30/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7/22/2021 2065266-0 $7.17 CD -OFFICE SUPPLIES 277968 7/30/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7116/2021 2062381-0 $14.69 PW/PWST/SWM-OFFICE SUPPLIES 277968 7/30/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7/16/2021 2062381-0 $39.42 PW/PWST/SWM-OFFICE SUPPLIES 277968 7/30/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7/16/2021 2062381-0 $21.03 PW/PWST/SWM-OFFICE SUPPLIES 277968 7/30/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7/12/2021 2061998-0 $112.63 MC-OPER SUPPLIES 277968 7/30/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7/9/2021 20622242-0 $38.02 CK-OPER SUPPLIES 277968 7/30/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7/9/2021 C2060780-0 $-94.03 PW-OFFICE SUPPLIES 278040 7/30/2021 OFFICE DEPOT, 7/9/2021 17691967001 $32.25 PD-OFFICE SUPPLIES 278040 7/30/2021 OFFICE DEPOT, 7/9/2021 180098764001 $30.28 PD-OFFICE SUPPLIES 277968 7130/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 6/30/2021 2059905-0 $54.04 PW-OFFICE SUPPLIES 277968 7/30/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7/2/2021 2060780-0 $34.89 PW/SWM/SWR-OFFICE SUPPLIES 277968 7/30/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7/2/2021 2060780-0 $46 52 PW/SWM/SWR-OFFICE SUPPLIES 277968 7/30/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7/2/2021 2060780-0 $34.89 PW/SWM/SWR-OFFICE SUPPLIES 277968 7/30/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7/2/2021 2060780-0 $46.52 PW/SWM/SWR-OFFICE SUPPLIES 277968 7/30/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7/2/2021 2060780-0 $58.15 PW/SWM/SWR-OFFICE SUPPLIES 277968 7/3012021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7/2/2021 2060780-0 $11.62 PW/SWM/SWR-OFFICE SUPPLIES 277968 7/30/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7/6/2021 2056716-1 $27.14 PW-OFFICE SUPPLIES 277968 7/30/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7/6/2021 2059905-1 $17.40 PW-OFFICE SUPPLIES 277968 7/30/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7/6/2021 2060947-0 $49.14 PW/PWST-OFFICE SUPPLIES 277968 7/30/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7/6/2021 2060947-0 $11 09 PW/PWST-OFFICE SUPPLIES 277968 7/30/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7/20/2021 2064291-0 $52.91 MC -OFFICE SUPPLIES Page 23 of 53 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice oescrlption AmowtGL Total 278225 8/13/2021 LENOVO INC. 5/7/2020 068622 $23.10 IT-MO-TIM JOHNSON LAPTOP THINK 278152 8/13/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7/14/2021 2063275-0 $7467 PW/PWTR/PWST OFFICE SUPPLIES 278152 8/13/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7/15/2021 2063390-0 $171.75 PWST- OFFICE SUPPLIES 278152 8/13/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7/15/2021 2063522-0 $61.02 HR-OFFICE SUPPLIES 278152 8/13/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7/26/2021 2064861-1 $13.15 HR-OFFICE SUPPLIES 278152 8/13/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7/26/2021 2065658-0 $100.17 PKM-OFFICE SUPPLIES 278152 8/13/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7/23/2021 2059452-1 $11.46 MO -OFFICE SUPPLIES 278152 8/13/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7/21/2021 2063390-1 $34.19 PWST- OFFICE SUPPLIES 278152 8/13/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7/21/2021 2064861-0 $1943 HR-OFFICE SUPPLIES 278152 8/13/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7/20/2021 2064558-0 $55.73 SWM- OFFICE SUPPLIES 278152 8/13/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 8/2/2021 2065658-1 $8.59 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278152 8/13/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 8/2/2021 2067359-0 $64.60 CC -OFFICE SUPPLIES 278152 8/13/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 8/2/2021 2067467-0 $14.45 MO -OFFICE SUPPLIES 278152 8/13/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7/27/2021 2065266-1 $11.45 MOED-OFFICE SUPPLIES 278152 8/13/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 8/4/2021 2068135-0 $3.33 CC -OFFICE SUPPLIES 278197 8/13/2021 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-250078/4/2021 6522206 $18.68 IT -REPAIR & MAINT SUPPLIES OPERATING RENTALS/LEASES $9,385.13 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $25.90 CK-SHREDDING SVC 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $25.90 CK-SHREDDING SVC 278305 8/13/2021 THE HUMANE SOCIETY FOR, 8/2/2021 IVC0002366 $6,333.33 PD-AG21-033 ANIMAL SHELTER PSA 278128 8/13/2021 BALLI ROAD LLC, 8/1/2021 3429 $3,000.00 PD-AG21-016 POLICE SUBSTATION OTHER MISC REVENUE $-1,305.65 726213485 7/26/2021 WA STATE REVENUE DEPART7/26/2021 601-223-538 $0.01 FI-06/21 REMIT SALES TAX 726213485 7/26/2021 WA STATE REVENUE DEPART7/26/2021 601-223-538 $273.40 FI-06/21 REMIT SALES TAX 726213485 7/26/2021 WA STATE REVENUE DEPART7/26/2021 601-223-538 $933.60 FI-06/21 REMIT SALES TAX 726213485 7/26/2021 WA STATE REVENUE DEPART7/26/2021 601-223-538 $-2,512.56 FI-06/21 REMIT SALES TAX OTHER MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE $-2,197.06 Key Bank Page 24 of 53 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 726213485 7/26/2021 WA STATE REVENUE DEPART7/26/2021 601-223-538 $-2,197.05 FI-06/21 REMIT SALES TAX OTHER OPERATING SUPPLIES $26,968.74 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $187.83 CHB-OPER SUPPLIES 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $105.00 PKM-OPER SUPPLIES 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $3.95 PKM-OPER SUPPLIES 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $277.70 CHB-OPER SUPPLIES 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $6.94 CHB-OPER SUPPLIES 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $134.10 FWCC-OPER SUPPLIES 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $3.95 FWCC-OPER SUPPLIES 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $285.40 FWCC-OPER SUPPLIES 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $7.14 FWCC-OPER SUPPLIES 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $1.743.35 SWM-OPER SUPPLIES 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $94,42 SWM-OPER SUPPLIES 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $198 59 SWM-OPER SUPPLIES 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $161.28 SWM-OPERATING SUPPLIES 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $505.36 PKM-OPER SUPPLIES 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $11.38 SWM-OPER SUPPLIES 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $1.00 SWM-OPER SUPPLIES 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $1.00 SWM-OPER SUPPLIES 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $64.61 SWM-OPER SUPPLIES 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $58.16 SWM-OPER SUPPLIES 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $229.28 PWST-OPER SUPPLIES 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $835.00 MC-OPER SUPPLIES 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $145.05 IT-OPER SUPPLIES 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $102.00 PWST-MAINT SUPPLIES 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $603.20 PKM-NEWS SUBSCR Page 25 of 53 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $157,63 PARKS-OPER SUPPLIES 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $22.00 SWR-OTHER SUPPLIES 723213793 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PD VISA $14.30 PD-OPER SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $13,20 FWCC-OPER SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $19.81 FWCC-OPER SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $891.21 FWCC-OPER SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $86.98 FWCC-MNTHLY SVC FEE 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $124.46 MO-OPER SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $20.90 MO-OPER SUPPLES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $22.01 FWCC-OPER SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $176.99 MOED-OPER SUPPLIES 723213793 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PD VISA $150.00 PD-OPER SUPPLIES 723213793 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PD VISA $298.55 PD-OPER SUPPLIES 723213793 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PD VISA $995.12 PD-OPER SUPPLIES 723213793 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PD VISA $12,64 PD-OPER SUPPLIES 723213793 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PD VISA $23.05 PD-OPER SUPPLIES 723213793 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PD VISA $175.00 PD-OPER SUPPLIES 723213793 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PD VISA $-995.12 PD-OPER SUPPLIES 723213793 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PD VISA $355.03 PD-OPER SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $44.00 FWCC-OPER SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $93.27 FWCC-OPER SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $175.31 PARK-OPER SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $343.48 PARK-OPER SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $20,36 PARK-OPER SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $12M5 PARKS-OPER SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $18.71 PARKS-OPER SUPPLIES Key Bank Page 26 of 53 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $140.20 PARKS-OPER SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $87,93 PARKS-OPER SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $107,41 PARKS-OPER SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $42.18 PARKS-OPER SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $9.19 PARKS-OPER SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $151.94 PARKS-OPER SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $151.94 PARKS-OPER SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $1,066.73 PARKS-OPER SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $270.00 PARKS-OPER SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $19.77 PARK-OPER SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $1,152.24 PARK-OPER SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $964.23 PARK-OPER SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $60.53 PARK-OPER SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $6.23 PARK-OPER SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $104.00 PARK-OPER SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $33.02 PARK-OPER SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $57.44 PARK-OPER SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $2.14 FWCC-OPER SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $110.10 FWCC-OPER SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $197.08 FWCC-OPER SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $28,63 PARKS-OPER SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $79.24 PARKS-OPER SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $88.04 FWCC-OPER SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $67.80 FWCC-OPER SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $37.57 PARKS-OPER SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $122.41 PARKS-OPER SUPPLIES Key Bank Page 27 of 53 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $24.22 PARKS-OPER SUPPLIES 723214759 7/2312021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $61.64 FWCC-OPER SUPPLIES 277968 7/30/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7/16/2021 2062418-0 $56.35 CHB-OPER SUPPLIES 278043 7/30/2021 O'REILLYAUTO PARTS, 7/16/2021 3710-469141 $8.25 PWST-OPER SUPPLIES 277946 7/30/2021 AGRISHOP INC, 7/16/2021 65022/1 $107.00 PWST-EQUIPMENT PARTS & REPAIRS 278040 7/30/2021 OFFICE DEPOT, 719/2021 180100305001 $65.72 PD-OFFICE SUPPLIES 278036 7/30/2021 NAPA AUTO PARTS, 7/9/2021 058972 $166.54 SWM-REPAIR & MAINT 278036 7/30/2021 NAPAAUTO PARTS, 7/9/2021 058974 $17.77 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7/30/2021 FLOYD, PFLUEGER & RINGER7/6/2021 63493 $8,631.93 LAW-AG21-035 LEGAL SVCS- 277991 7/30/2021 FLOYD, PFLUEGER & RINGER7/6/2021 63494 $118.54 LAW-AG21-035 LEGAL SVCS- 277991 7/30/2021 FLOYD, PFLUEGER & RINGER7/6/2021 63495 $4,158.47 LAW-AG21-035 LEGAL SVCS- 277989 7/30/2021 FEDERAL WAY SENIOR CENTr7/10/2021 2ND QTR 2021 $6,500.00 CDHS-AG21-058 NUTRITIONAL MEAL 277942 7/30/2021 ABOU-ZAKI, KAMAL 7/12/2021 07/12/2021 $118.00 MC -INTERPRETER SVC 277952 7/30/2021 ASIAN COUNSELING, AND RE7/9/2021 1ST QTR 2021 $2,250.00 CDHS-AG21-109 MENTAL HEALTH PR Page 32 of 53 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 278001 7/30/2021 INTERCOM LANGUAGE SVCS:7/9/2021 21-342 $191.25 LAW-BAARCELO RIVERO 9z0890574 277986 7/30/2021 FEDERAL WAY BOYS & GIRLS7/12/2021 2021 2ND OTR $1,500.00 CDHS-AG21-029 FW BOYS & GIRLS 278002 7/30/2021 JAYRAY ADS & PR INC, DBA JF7/13/2021 007250 $3,311.25 PARKS-PRGM GUIDE TEMPLATE 278058 7/30/2021 SEMISI-TUPOU, VAIVAO 7/13/2021 07/13/21 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278194 8/13/2021 HISTORICAL SOCIETY-FEDER.6/30/2021 28 $5,000.00 FI-Q2/21 MOU HISTORICAL SOCIET 278156 8/13/2021 CRISIS CONNECTIONS, 6/30/2021 2ND QTR 2021 $2,000.00 CDHS-AG21-061 KING COUNTY 2-1- 278193 8/13/2021 HERRERA ENVIRONMENTAL, 1/12/2021 48036 $387.76 SWM- COMPREHENSIVE PLAN RATE S 278191 8/13/2021 HELIX DESIGN GROUP INC, 6/30/2021 0001164 $39,737.25 PW-AG20-925 OPT & MAINT FACILI 278216 8/13/2021 KPG INC, 7/30/2021 7-9821 $2,254.72 PWST-AG19-182 ON -CALL SURVEYIN 278270 8/13/2021 PROTECT YOUTH SPORTS, 7/31/2021 883081 $260.00 HR-BACKGROUND CHECK 278123 8/13/2021 AMERICAN TRAFFIC SOLUTIC7/31/2021 INV0016175 $28,500.00 PD-AG21-034 PHOTO ENFORCEMENT Key Bank Page 34 of 53 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 278187 8/13/2021 H2 GOVERNMENT RELATION:8/1/2021 H2_CFW 2083 $3,000,00 MO-AG20-013 LOBBYING SVC 278142 8/13/2021 CHRISTIE LAW GROUP, LLC, 8/3/2021 9515 $655.00 LAW -LEGAL SERVICES AG17-090- 278189 8/13/2021 HAWKINS & CRAWFORD, PLL(8/4/2021 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HOUSING- 278336 8/13/2021 YWCA SEATTLE- KING COUN17/12/2021 2ND QTR 2021 $1,250.00 CDHS-AG21-057 GENDER BASED VI 278137 8/13/2021 CATHOLIC COMMUNITY SERV7/12/2021 2ND QTR 2021 $2,500.00 CDHS-AG21-063 VOLUNTEER SRVCS- 278336 8/13/2021 YWCA SEATTLE- KING COUNT7/12/2021 2ND QTR 2021 B $1,250,00 CDHS-AG21-056 CHILDREN'S DOMES 278178 8/13/2021 FREEDOM PROJECT, 7/14/2021 2ND QTR 2021 $4,500.00 CDHS-AG21-094 FREEDOM PROJECT- 278153 8/13/2021 CONSEJO COUNSELING &, 7/14/2021 2ND QTR 2021 $4,500.00 CDHS-AG21-074 DOMESTIC VIOLENC 278162 8/13/2021 DOMESTIC ABUSE WOMEN'S 7/14/2021 2ND QTR 2021 $2.250.00 CDHS-AG21-075 COMMUNITY ADVOCA 278239 8/13/2021 MULTI -SERVICE CENTER, 7/14/2021 2ND QTR 2021 $1,981.25 CDHS-AG21-048 INFANT FEEDING C 278157 8/13/2021 CRYSTAL CARPET CARE, 7/14/2021 10899 $440.00 FWCC-CARPET CLEANING FOR ALDER 278289 8/13/2021 SOUND, 7/15/2021 2021 2ND QTR $2,000.00 CDHS-AG21 070 PATH- 278316 8/13/2021 UKRANIAN COMMUNITY, CEN7/20/2021 2ND QTR 2021 $1,250.00 CDHS-AG21-062 REFUGEE ASST. PG 278151 8/13/2021 COMMUNITIES IN SCHOOLS, 7/16/2021 2ND QTR 2021 $2,000.00 CDHS-AG21-043 MENTORING- 278209 8/13/2021 KENT YOUTH & FAMILY SERVI7/1512021 2ND QTR 2021 $2,000.00 CDHS-AG21-059 BEHAVIORAL HEALT 278239 8/13/2021 MULTI -SERVICE CENTER, 7/15/2021 2ND QTR 2021 $7,000.00 CDHS-AG21-049 FOOD & CLOTHING Page 35 of 53 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 278151 8/13/2021 COMMUNITIES IN SCHOOLS, 7/15/2021 2ND QTR 2021 $2,000.00 CDHS-AG21-042 SCHOOL OUTREACH 278307 8/13/2021 THE WASHINGTON POISON C7/15/2021 2ND QTR 2021 $1,250.00 CDHS-AG21-054 EMERGENCY SERVIC 278137 8/13/2021 CATHOLIC COMMUNITY SERV7/15/2021 2ND QTR 2021 $2,074 99 CDHS-AG21-065 EMERGENCYASST.- 278144 8/13/2021 CITY OF AUBURN, 7/22/2021 21-035805 $26,000.00 CC-AG19-019 SK HOUSING & HOMEL 278205 8/13/2021 INTERCOM LANGUAGE SVCS:7123/2021 21-350 $1.450.00 MC -INTERPRETER SVC 278236 8/13/2021 MILLER, NASH, GRAHAM & DL7/26/2021 2166718 $2,318.50 LAW -AG 18-075 CONDEMNATION LEG 278287 8/13/2021 SOCIETY OF ST VINCENT DE 7/23/2021 2021 2ND QTR $5,750.00 CDHS-AG21-040 EMERGENCY SEVICE 278174 8/13/2021 FEHER CONSULTING, JOHN C7123/2021 20210723A $275.00 PKM-MAINT SVCS 278199 8/13/2021 HORTON, BARBARA BUCHANj8/5i2021 08/05/2021 $150.00 SWR-FIXER STIPEND 278244 8/13/2021 NGUYEN, TUAN 8/5f2021 08/05/21 $150.00 SWR-FIXER STIPEND 278188 8/13/2021 HAMLIN, DEANNA MARIE 8/5,12021 08/05/21 $150.00 SWR-FIXER STIPEND 278201 8/13/2021 ICHINAGA, GAIL M 8/512021 08/05/21 $150.00 SWR-FIXER STIPEND 278202 8/13/2021 ICHINAGA, GARY R 8/5/2021 08/05/21 $150.00 SWR-FIXER STIPEND 278148 8/13/2021 CLEARDATA-FORENSICS LLC,8/5/2021 08/05/21 $150.00 SWR-FIXER STIPEND 278196 8/13/2021 HOLT, MARK L 8/5/2021 08/05/21 $150.00 SWR-FIXER STIPEND PUBLIC UTILITY SERVICES $44.26 277967 7/30/2021 COMCAST OF WASHINGTON 17/1/2021 8498 34 016 1554623 $44.26 FWCC-07121 CABLE SVC PURCHASE OF RESALE ITEMS $95.41 277958 7/30/2021 CAFE FONTE COFFEE COMPP7/13/2021 282561 $95.41 FWCC-CAFE COFFE SUPPLY PW - CLAIMS PROPERTY $27,464.04 278006 7/30/2021 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVI:6/30/2021 113136-113137 $3,172.67 RM-RSD FW#113136-113137 278006 7/30/2021 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVI:3/31/2021 111352-111357 $24,291.37 RM-RSD FW#111352-111357 RENT - CITY HALL FACILITY $524.30 278110 8/2/2021 WA STATE REVENUE DEPT:M18/2/2021 2ND QTR 2021 $524.30 FI-2Q/21 LEASEHOLD EXC TAX - RENTAL OF FURNITURE/EQUIPMENT $3,477.20 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $131.10 SO/M-STORAGE UNIT RENTAL 278072 7/30/2021 SUNBELT RENTALS, 7/6/2021 114865434-0001 $445.68 PKM-EQUIP RENTAL 277998 7/30/2021 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-250074/1/2021 1903235 $150.00 PWST-REPAIR &MAINT SUPPLIES Key Bank Page 36 of 53 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 277998 7/30/2021 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-250074/1/2021 1903299 $-34.91 PWST-REPAIR & MAINT SUPPLIES 277998 7/30/2021 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-250073/30/2021 3902933 $150 00 PWST-REPAIR & MAINT SUPPLIES 277998 7/30/2021 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-250073/30/2021 3902981 $-69 94 PWST-REPAIR & MAINT SUPPLIES 277998 7/30/2021 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-250074/6/2021 6904044 $150.00 PWST-REPAIR & MAINT SUPPLIES 277998 7/30/2021 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-250074/712021 5904195 $-34.91 PWST-REPAIR & MAINT SUPPLIES 278166 8/13/2021 EMERALD CITY FENCE RENTF7/26/2021 11635 $1,081.18 PKM-FENCE RENTAL 278190 8/13/2021 HEAD -QUARTERS PTS, 7/31/2021 38036 $1,509.00 PKM-AG18-017 PORTABLE TOILETS RENT -LAND 278110 8/2/2021 WA STATE REVENUE DEPT*.M18/2/2021 2ND QTR 2021 $341.37 FI-2Q/21 LEASEHOLD EXC TAX — REPAIR & MAINT SUPPLIES 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE'2021 PROCARD $1,839.32 SWM-MAINT SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $1,211.00 FWCC-MAINT SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $116.70 FWCC-MAINT SUPPLIES 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $200.82 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $159.93 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $126.60 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $161.48 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $297.60 CHB-MAINT SUPPLIES 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $18.81 CHB-MAINT SUPPLIES 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $268.40 CHB-MAINT SUPPLIES 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $13.20 CHB-MAINT SUPPLIES 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $73.72 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 277996 7/30/2021 GRAINGER INC, 7/14/2021 9962356441 $15.81 PWST-FACILITY MAINT SUPPLIES 278024 7/30/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 7/15/2021 23143 $12.51 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278014 7/30/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 7/15/2021 23158 $37.06 CHB-MAINT SUPPLIES 278080 7/30/2021 TRINITYACE HARDWARE, 7/14/2021 190090 $89.75 PKM-SUPPLIES 277946 7/30/2021 AGRISHOP INC, 7/21/2021 65076/1 $51.26 CHB-EQUIPMENT PARTS & REPAIRS $341.37 $15,207.63 Page 37 of 53 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Desert 'on AmoyntGL Total 278024 7/30/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 7/13/2021 02853 $11.89 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278024 7/30/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 7/13/2021 23892 $5.22 CHB-MAINT SUPPLIES 278042 7/30/2021 ORCA PACIFIC INC, 7/12/2021 45944 $939.81 FWCC-POOL CHEMICALS AG17-002 277997 7/30/2021 HD SUPPLY CONST SUPPLY L7/12/2021 50016254446 $413.20 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278080 7/30/2021 TRINITY ACE HARDWARE, 7/9/2021 189093 $11.00 PKM-SUPPLIES 278042 7/30/2021 ORCA PACIFIC INC, 7/9/2021 45918 $220.88 PKM-POOL CHEMICALS AG 17-002 277997 7/30/2021 HD SUPPLY CONST SUPPLY L7/9/2021 50016241117 $307.14 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278024 7/30/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 7/9/2021 23365 $56.90 CHB-MAINT SUPPLIES 278024 7/30/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 7/9/2021 23372 $21.40 CHB-MAINT SUPPLIES 277946 7/30/2021 AGRISHOP INC, 7/9/2021 64927/1 $47.96 CHB-EQUIPMENT PARTS & REPAIRS 278059 7/30/2021 SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO, 7/9/2021 7331-0 $68.81 PKM-FACILITIES PAINT SUPPLIES 277949 7/30/2021 ALPINE PRODUCTS INC, 7/9/2021 TM-203242 $84.45 PWST-MAINT SUPPLIES 278024 7/30/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 7/8/2021 02870 $4.69 PWST-MAINT SUPPLIES 278059 7/30/2021 SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO, 4/28/2021 3792-7 $123.63 PWST-PAINT SUPPLIES 277998 7/30/2021 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-250076/28/2021 3515649 $37.84 SWM-REPAIR/MAINT SUPPLIES 278024 7/30/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 6/21/2021 09730 $30.28 PWST-MAINT SUPPLIES 278044 7/30/2021 PAPE MACHINERY INC, 6/15/2021 12820901 $23.47 PWST-MAINT SUPPLIES 278024 7/30/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 7/19/2021 23690 $10.94 CHB-MAINT SUPPLIES 278080 7/30/2021 TRINITY ACE HARDWARE, 7/21/2021 191529 $31.91 PKM-SUPPLIES 278080 7/30/2021 TRINITY ACE HARDWARE, 7/20/2021 191336 $4.39 PKM-SUPPLIES 278080 7/30/2021 TRINITY ACE HARDWARE, 7/20/2021 191398 $36.32 PKM-SUPPLIES 278080 7/30/2021 TRINITY ACE HARDWARE, 7/1/2021 187223 $16.50 PKM-SUPPLIES 277990 7/30/2021 FLOYD EQUIPMENT COMPAN6/25/2021 463009 $1&49 PWST-REPAIR/MAINT SUPPLIES 277940 7/30/2021 AARO INC DBA THE LOCK SH(6/30/2021 0000032843 $16.34 PWST-MAINT SUPPLIES 277940 7/30/2021 AARO INC DBA THE LOCK SH(6/30/2021 0000032847 $13.09 PWST-MAINT SUPPLIES 278024 7/30/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 7/2/2021 23495 $13.04 CHB-MAINT SUPPLIES Page 38 of 53 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Desulptlon AmountGLTotal 278042 7/30/2021 ORCA PACIFIC INC, 7/2/2021 45861 $579.05 FWCC-POOL CHEMICALS AG17-002 278302 8/13/2021 TACOMA SCREW PRODUCTS 6/25/2021 130010744-00 $61.71 PWST-MAINT SUPPLIES 278114 8/13/2021 AARO INC DBA THE LOCK SH(6/14/2021 0000032664 $22.94 PWST-MAINT SUPPLIES 278230 8/13/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 7/30/2021 23310 $47.06 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278228 8/13/2021 LIMITED ENERGY SERVIC INC7/29/2021 P 5200 $789 25 CHB-MAINT SVC 278197 8/13/2021 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-250077/30/2021 1035379 $148.34 PKM-REPAIR & MAINT SUPPLIES 278314 8/13/2021 TRINITY ACE HARDWARE, 7/30/2021 193411 $17.51 PKMT-SUPPLIES 278165 8/13/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (8/412021 1-43955 $48.94 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278230 8/13/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 8/4/2021 01830 $40.54 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278197 8/13/2021 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-25007;8/3/2021 5034996 $209.58 DBC-REPAIR & MAINT SUPPLIES 278230 8/13/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 8/3/2021 02759 $40.76 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278197 8/13/2021 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-250078/3/2021 7283416 $9.89 CHB-REPAIR & MAINT SUPPLIES 278184 8/13/2021 GRAINGER INC, 8/3/2021 9010385608 $107.02 PKM-FACILITY MAINT SUPPLIES 278230 8/13/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 8/2/2021 09237 $56.89 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278230 8/13/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 8/2/2021 19609 $20.91 CHB-MAINT SUPPLIES 278254 8/13/2021 O'REILLYAUTO PARTS, 8/2/2021 3710-472229 $30.81 CHB-OPER SUPPLIES 278113 8/13/2021 AADVANCED SEPTIC SERVICE/2/2021 633072 $154.14 PKM-SEPTIC REPAIR 278197 8/13/2021 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-25007;8/2/2021 8623368 $39.57 CHB-REPAIR & MAINT SUPPLIES 278197 8/13/2021 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-250077/27/2021 4023319 $82.41 PKM-REPAIR/MAINT SUPPLIES 278197 8/13/2021 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-250077/27/2021 4023327 $11.40 PKM-REPAIR/MAINT SUPPLIES 278177 8/13/2021 FOX MANUFACTURING, DBA O/27/2021 2904 $435.69 CHB-MAINT SUPPLIES 278184 8/13/2021 GRAINGER INC, 7/27/2021 9002468784 $55.22 CHB-FACILITY MAINT SUPPLIES 278314 8/13/2021 TRINITY ACE HARDWARE, 7/27/2021 192877 $20.90 PKM-SUPPLIES 278314 8/13/2021 TRINITYACE HARDWARE, 7/27/2021 192770 $24.70 PKM-SUPPLIES 278230 8/13/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 7/27/2021 02409 $167.55 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278230 8/13/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 7/27/2021 02468 $181.09 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES Page 39 of 53 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 278230 8/13/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 7/27/2021 01631 $77.79 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278169 8/13/2021 EWING IRRIGATION PRODUC7/29/2021 14860615 $218.78 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278314 8/13/2021 TRINITY ACE HARDWARE, 7/28/2021 193010 $25.85 PKMT-SUPPLIES 278230 8/13/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 7/28/2021 01909 $70.86 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278253 8/13/2021 ORCA PACIFIC INC, 7/28/2021 050275 $386.31 PKM-POOL CHEMICALS AG17-002 278314 8/13/2021 TRINITY ACE HARDWARE, 7/26/2021 192655 $10.11 PKM-SUPPLIES 278230 8/13/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 7/26/2021 01477 $488.24 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278242 8/13/2021 NATIONAL SAFETY INC, 7/26/2021 0623714-IN $121.66 PKM-SAFETY SUPPLEIS 278197 8/13/2021 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-250077/23/2021 8621560 $16.48 PKM-REPAIR/MAINT SUPPLIES 278184 8/13/2021 GRAINGER INC, 7/23/2021 9973730253 $19.57 CHB-FACILITY MAINT SUPPLIES 278246 8/13/2021 NORTHSHORE VILLAGE, 7/23/2021 12316 $21.98 DBC-MAINT SUPPLIES 278314 8/13/2021 TRINITY ACE HARDWARE, 7/23/2021 191901 $30.35 CHB-SUPPLIES 278314 8/13/2021 TRINITY ACE HARDWARE, 7/23/2021 191998 $29.22 PKM-SUPPLIES 278169 8/13/2021 EWING IRRIGATION PRODUC7/22/2021 14799323 $603.56 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278230 8/13/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 7/22/2021 22571 $31.35 CHB-MAINT SUPPLIES 278230 8/13/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 7/22/2021 23104 $20.91 CHB-MAINT SUPPLIES 278197 8/13/2021 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-250077/2212021 9621452 $53.88 PKM-REPAIR & MAINT SUPPLIES 278184 8/13/2021 GRAINGER INC, 7/22/2021 9972096607 $10.78 CHB-FACILITY MAINT SUPPLIES 278253 8/13/2021 ORCA PACIFIC INC, 7/21/2021 050147 $859.11 FWCC-POOL CHEMICALS AG17-002 278253 8/13/2021 ORCA PACIFIC INC, 7/19/2021 050067 $503.38 FWCC-POOL CHEMICALS AG17-002 278264 8/13/2021 PLATT ELECTRIC SUPPLY, 7/20/2021 lU09961 $83.63 CHB-ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES 278230 8/13/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 7/20/2021 23855 $11.47 CHB-MAINT SUPPLIES 278253 8/13/2021 ORCA PACIFIC INC, 7/14/2021 45998 $625.37 FWCC-POOL CHEMICALS AG17-002 278230 8/13/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 7/7/2021 23144 $38.82 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278197 8/13/2021 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-250078/412021 6096499 $182.74 DBC-REPAIR & MAINT SUPPLIES REPAIR PARTS $9,100.70 Key Bank Page 40 of 53 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $588.27 PKM-REPAIR PARTS 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $22.68 FLT-REPAIR PARTS 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $171.79 FLT-REPAIR PARTS 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $203,69 FLT-REPAIR PARTS 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $24.60 FLT-REPAIR PARTS 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $28.96 FLT-REPAIR PARTS 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $396.35 FLT-REPAIR PARTS 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $8,80 FLT-REPAIR PARTS 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $165.15 FLT-REPAIR PARTS 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $-26.14 FLT-REPAIR PARTS 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $47.78 FLT-REPAIR PARTS 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $203.55 PKM-REPAIR PRTS 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $16.50 FWCC-REPAIR PARTS 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $11.00 FWCC-REPAIR PARTS 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $80.36 FWCC-REPAIR PARTS 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $225.44 FWCC-REPAIR PARTS 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $33.02 FWCC-REPAIR PARTS 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $341.23 FWCC-REPAIR PARTS 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $1,097.44 FWCC-REPAIR PARTS 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $74.20 FWCC-REPAIR PARTS 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $248.28 FWCC-REPAIR PARTS 723213793 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PD VISA $3.50 PD-REPAIR PARTS 723213793 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PD VISA $39.20 PD-REPAIR PARTS 723213793 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PD VISA $40.51 PD-REPAIR PARTS 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $25.05 PKM-REPAIR PARTS 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $434.44 PKM-REPAIR PARTS Page 41 of 53 Key Bank Check No. DOW Vendor Invoice Date IFIVOia@ Descrlptiari AmountGLTMal 277945 7/30/2021 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS, 7/16/2021 13144-442047 $67 98 FLT-MAINT PARTS 278043 7/30/2021 O'REILLYAUTO PARTS, 7/16/2021 3710-469123 $84.59 FLT-SUPPLIES & MAINT 278062 7/30/2021 SONSRAY MACHINERY LLC, 7113/2021 P45023-08 $267.14 FLT-MAINT PARTS & SVC 277985 7/30/2021 FASTENAL, 7/13/2021 WAAUB88210 $95.26 FLT-MAINT SUPPLIES 278103 7130/2021 WESTERN EQUIPMENT DISTF4/212021 7165158-00 $215 82 FLT-MAINT SVC & PARTS 278090 7130/2021 VILMA SIGNS, 319/2021 3440 $142.03 FLT-VEHICLE DECALS 277996 7/30/2021 GRAINGER INC, 4/20/2021 9876014433 $296.64 FLT-FACILITY MAINT SUPPLIES 278103 7/30/2021 WESTERN EQUIPMENT DISTR5/17/2021 7172884-00 $399.22 FLT-MAINT SVC & PARTS 278036 7/3012021 NAPA AUTO PARTS, 5120/2021 054752 $3.30 FLT-REPAIR & MAINT 278037 7/30/2021 NELSON TRUCK EQUIPMENT 5/20/2021 720764 $1,137,22 FLT-MAINT PARTS 278036 7/30/2021 NAPA AUTO PARTS, 5/24/2021 055051 $-19.82 FLT-REPAIR & MAINT 278103 7/30/2021 WESTERN EQUIPMENT DISTR6/1612021 7177889-00 $224.88 FLT-MAINT SVC & PARTS 278103 7/30/2021 WESTERN EQUIPMENT DISTF6/9/2021 7176789-00 $510.42 FLT-MAINT SVC & PARTS 277946 7/30/2021 AGRISHOP INC, 7/20/2021 65052/1 $66.64 PKM-EQUIPMENT PARTS & REPAIRS 277946 7/30/2021 AGRISHOP INC, 7/20/2021 65053/1 $295.24 PKM-EQUIPMENT PARTS & REPAIRS 277996 7/30/2021 GRAINGER INC, 7/20/2021 9969123505 $44.16 FLT-FACILITY MAINT SUPPLIES 278288 8/13/2021 SONNEN, JOE 8/9/2021 SONNEN 2021 $93.70 PKM-UNIFORM REIMB 278241 8/13/2021 NAPA AUTO PARTS, 7/21/2021 060069 $6909 FLT-REPAIR & MAINT 278256 8/13/2021 PAPE MACHINERY INC, 7/21/2021 12920204 $56.85 FLT-MAINT SUPPLIES 278315 8/13/2021 TURF STAR INC, 7/21/2021 7183742-00 $354.14 PKMT-REPAIR SUPPLIES/EQUIPMENT 278266 8/13/2021 PRAXAIR DISTRIBUTION INC, 7/29/2021 65067128 $190.55 FLT-MAINT SUPPLIES REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE $520,741.60 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/2312021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $4.39 IT-MAINT SVRCS 723213793 7/2312021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PD VISA $63.85 PD-MAINT SVCS 723213793 7/2312021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PD VISA $140.88 PD-REPAIR SVCS 723213793 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PD VISA $1,419 27 PD-REPAIR SVCS Key Bank Page 42 of 53 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 723219491 7123/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $560 96 PKM-MAINT SVCS 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $90,93 PKM-MAINT SRVCS 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $29.07 DBC-MAINT SVCS 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $86.32 DBC-MAINT SVCS 277947 7/30/2021 AIRTECH HEATING & COOLIN(7/27/2021 88960 $19,470.10 DBC-AG21-117 MAINTAGREEMENT- 278107 7/30/2021 WINDMILL GARDENS, 7/28/2021 CITYBASKET 2021 $8,774.40 PWST-160 FLOWER BASKETS PLANTE 278107 7/30/2021 WINDMILL GARDENS, 7/28/2021 CITYBASKET 2021 $886.21 Sales Tax 278075 7/30/2021 SYSTEMS FOR PUBLIC SAFE77/13/2021 38946 $13,507.62 PD-VEHICLE HARDWARE INSTALLATI 278049 7/30/2021 PRO TOUCH AUTO INTERIOR 7/13/2021 52484 $176.16 PD-CAR DETAIL 278078 7/30/2021 THUNDERING OAK ENTERPRF7/14/2021 11122 $2,559.83 PWSWM-AG19-115 TREE SVC AGREEM 278106 7/30/2021 WILCO CONSTRUCTION LLC, 7/14/2021 1367 $8,477.70 PKM-AG21-071 LAURELWOOD PARK F 278049 7/30/2021 PRO TOUCH AUTO INTERIOR 7/16/2021 52500 $176.16 PD-5052 CAR DETAIL 278013 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/16/2021 6379 $188,080.20 FI-Q3/2021 FIRE PROTECTION 278105 7/30/2021 WHIRLWIND SERVICES INC, V7/16/2021 703362 $83.07 PARKS-AG18-003 PARKING LOT VAC 278105 7/30/2021 WHIRLWIND SERVICES INC, V7/16/2021 703363 $148.56 PARKS-AG18-003 PARKING LOT VAC 278105 7/30/2021 WHIRLWIND SERVICES INC, V7/1612021 703370 $51.03 PARKS-AG18-003 PARKING LOT VAC 278105 7130/2021 WHIRLWIND SERVICES INC, V711612021 703371 $87.61 PARKS-AG18-003 PARKING LOT VAC 278105 7/30/2021 WHIRLWIND SERVICES INC, V7/16/2021 703372 $77.69 PARKS-AG18-003 PARKING LOT VAC 278074 7/30/2021 SYSTEMS FOR PUBLIC SAFE77/21/2021 38953 $15,038.43 PD-VEHICLE REPAIR SVC 278049 7/30/2021 PRO TOUCH AUTO INTERIOR 7/21/2021 52669 $176.16 PD-6511 CAR DETAIL 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/15/2021 1-43674 $2,878.76 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/15/2021 1-43684 $939.96 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/812021 1-43582 $28.79 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/8/2021 1-43584 $479.42 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (7/812021 1-43586 $93.59 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/8/2021 1-43593 $48 94 PD-VEHICLE MAINT Key Bank Page 43 of 53 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 278056 7/30/2021 SCARFF FORD, 7/8/2021 42919 $2,759.58 PD-VEHICLE MAINT SVC 278000 7/30/2021 HURLEY ENGINEERING COMF7/8/2021 51807 $1,490.22 DBC- BOILER CLEANING 278000 7/30/2021 HURLEY ENGINEERING COMF7/8/2021 51807 $8,965.98 DBC- BOILER REPAIR 278000 7/30/2021 HURLEY ENGINEERING COMF7/8/2021 51807 $1,056.08 Sates Tax 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/912021 1-43595 $929.16 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/9/2021 1-43601 $178.07 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/12/2021 1-43642 $48.94 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (7/12/2021 1-43644 $48.94 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/12/2021 1-43646, $48.94 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 278027 7/30/2021 MACMOR INC, 7/12/2021 15590 $2,807.99 PWST/SWR-LANDSCAPE MAINTAG17- 278027 7/30/2021 MACMOR INC, 7/12/2021 15590 $2,070.07 PWST/SWR-LANDSCAPE MAINTAGI7- 278105 7/30/2021 WHIRLWIND SERVICES INC, V7/9/2021 703311 $104.90 PARKS-AG18-003 PARKING LOT VAC 278066 7/30/2021 SPEEDY GLASS - TACOMA. 7/9/2021 6005-2035530 $33.03 PD-VEHICLE WINDSHIELD REPAIR 278049 7/30/2021 PRO TOUCH AUTO INTERIOR 7/9/2021 52471 $176,16 PD-6402 CAR DETAIL 278049 7/30/2021 PRO TOUCH AUTO INTERIOR 7/12/2021 52474 $489.95 PD-6274 CAR DETAILAND REPAIR 277951 7/30/2021 ARC DOCUMENT SOLUTIONS7/13/2021 2470065 $13139 IT-07/21 MPS PLOTTER WORK ORDE 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/13/2021 1-43666 $48.94 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/21/2021 1-43760 $1,016.52 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/20/2021 1-43735 $235.36 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278067 7/30/2021 SPRAGUE PEST CONTROL, 7/19/2021 4577548 $363.33 PKM-FACILITIES PEST CONTROL 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/19/2021 1-43723 $1,412.97 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/19/2021 1-43725 $486.26 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/17/2021 1-43709 $48.94 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (7/17/2021 1-43714 $48.94 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/17/2021 1.43715 $177.81 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 278105 7/30/2021 WHIRLWIND SERVICES INC, V7116/2021 703373 $62.94 PARKS-AG18-003 PARKING LOT VAC Key Bank Page 44 of 53 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (7/5/2021 1.43506 $5,558.35 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/5/2021 1-43536 $126.62 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (7/5/2021 1-43544 $389.66 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/2/2021 1-43494 $43.98 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/2/2021 1-43524 $48.94 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/2/2021 1-43531 $1,014.15 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (6/30/2021 1-43485 $792.34 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (6/30/2021 1-43488 $51.14 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278085 7/30/2021 UTILITIES UNDERGROUND, 6/30/2021 1060151 $499.23 SWM-LOCATING SVC AG 13-018- 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (7/1/2021 1-43470 $43.98 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (7/1/2021 1-43501 $1,237.89 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/1/2021 1-43505 $393.95 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 277961 7/30/2021 CEDAR BUILDING SERVICE IN6/30/2021 51265 $354.53 PKM-JANITORIAL SVC AG13-168 277969 7/30/2021 COPIERS NORTHWEST INC, 6/30/2021 INV2324416 $153.50 IT-AG21-019 PRINTER/COPIER MAI 277969 7/30/2021 COPIERS NORTHWEST INC, 6/30/2021 INV2324416 $1,019.65 IT-AG21-019 PRINTER/COPIER MAI 277969 7/30/2021 COPIERS NORTHWEST INC, 6/30/2021 INV2324416 $1,019.65 IT-AG21-019 PRINTER/COPIER MAI 278105 7/30/2021 WHIRLWIND SERVICES INC, V5/31/2021 702196 $77.69 PARKS-AG18-003 PARKING LOT VAC 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (6/23/2021 1-43387 $3,204.83 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (6/29/2021 1-43464 $76.95 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (6129/2021 1-43474 $706.38 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (6/28/2021 1-43421 $353.64 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (6/28/2021 1-43450 $1,404.61 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (6/28/2021 1-43452 $238.57 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (6/24/2021 1-43410 $445.77 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (6/24/2021 1-43415 $3,141.70 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278026 7/30/2021 MACDONALD MILLER SERVIC5/26/2021 SVC205519 $906.70 FWCC-AG19-042 HVAC SVC— Key Bank Page 45 of 53 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 278078 7/30/2021 THUNDERING OAK ENTERPRI5/19/2021 11057 $4,450.00 PWST-REMOVE 1 CEDAR AND 4 FIR 278078 7/30/2021 THUNDERING OAK ENTERPRI5119/2021 11057 $449.45 Sales Tax 277980 7/30/2021 EQUIPMENT EXPERTS INC, 5/3/2021 15180 $29,149.04 FLT-MERGENCY REPAIR OF DUMP TR 277981 7/30/2021 EQUIPMENT EXPERTS INC, 4/23/2021 11452 $993.42 FLT-MAINT SERVICE 277980 7/30/2021 EQUIPMENT EXPERTS INC, 4/28/2021 11509 $249.46 FLT-MAINT SERVICE 277943 7/30/2021 ACTION SERVICES CORPORA1/31/2021 1077657 $5,235.30 PWST-AG19-002, ST SWEEPING- 277943 7/30/2021 ACTION SERVICES CORPORA3/31/2021 108377 $12,347.46 PWST-AG19-002, ST SWEEPING- 278312 8/13/2021 TONY LIND PAVING LLC, 5/12/2021 21051005a $-769.85 PWTR-AG20-080 2020-2021 NEIGHB 278254 8/13/2021 O'REILLYAUTO PARTS, 6/23/2021 2509-412785 $64.93 PWST-OPER SUPPLIES 278251 8/13/2021 OLSON BROTHERS PRO-VAC6/9/2021 111434 $1,238.63 PWST-HYDRO EXCAVATE 278116 8/13/2021 ACTION SERVICES CORPORA6/8/2021 109245 $1,555.20 SWM-VACTOR & INFASTRUCTURE MAI 278250 8/13/2021 OLSON BROTHERS PRO-VAC6/1/2021 71508806 $1,480.85 PKM-DRAIN & CLEAN WATER TANK 278329 8/13/2021 WASHDUP, LLC, 5/31/2021 441 $30.80 FLT-MAY CAR WASH SERVICE 278116 8/13/2021 ACTION SERVICES CORPORA6/1/2021 109020 $3,230.00 SWM-VACTOR & INFASTRUCTURE MAI 278116 8/13/2021 ACTION SERVICES CORPORA6/2/2021 109019 $1,867.50 SWM-VACTOR & INFASTRUCTURE MAI 278116 8/13/2021 ACTION SERVICES CORPORA6/3/2021 109134 $1,140.00 SWM-VACTOR & INFASTRUCTURE MAI 278116 8/13/2021 ACTION SERVICES CORPORA6/6/2021 109243 $1,425.00 SWM-VACTOR & INFASTRUCTURE MAI 278116 8/13/2021 ACTION SERVICES CORPORP6/7/2021 109244 $1,857.00 SWM-VACTOR & INFASTRUCTURE MAI 278234 8/13/2021 MACMOR INC, 8/9/2021 15678 $5,915.62 PWST-AG17-107 LANDSCAPE MAINT 278329 8/13/2021 WASHDUP, LLC, 8/11/2021 450 $-1.88 PD- CAR WASH SERVICE CREDIT 278329 8/13/2021 WASHDUP, LLC, 6/30/2021 444 $242.32 PD-MAY CAR WASH SERVICE 278329 8/13/2021 WASHDUP, LLC, 6/30/2021 448 $-7.99 FLT- CAR WASH SERVICE CREDIT 278329 8/13/2021 WASHDUP, LLC, 6/30/2021 449 $7-99 PD-JUNE CAR WASH SERVICE 278268 8/13/2021 PRO TOUCH AUTO INTERIOR 6/29/2021 52297 $176.16 PD-CAR DETAIL 278116 8/13/2021 ACTION SERVICES CORPORA5/12/2021 108793 $3,668.75 SWM-VACTOR & INFASTRUCTURE MAI 278146 8/13/2021 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, 5/12/2021 21051005a $769.85 PWTR-AG20-080 2020-2021 NEIGHB Key Bank Page 46 of 53 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 278312 8/13/2021 TONY LIND PAVING LLC, 5/12/2021 21051005a $15,397.00 PWTR-AG20-080 2020-2021 NEIGHB 278301 8/13/2021 SYSTEMS FOR PUBLIC SAFET7/29/2021 38948 $17,416.12 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278165 8/13/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (7/28/2021 1-43846 $1,938.90 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278165 8/13/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (7/28/2021 1-43858 $108.27 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278293 8/13/2021 SPRAGUE PEST CONTROL, 7/28/2021 4554238 $161.34 DBC-FACILITIES PEST CONTROL S 278293 8/13/2021 SPRAGUE PEST CONTROL, 7/28/2021 4599893 $181.67 PKDBC-FACILITIES PEST CONTROL 278286 8/13/2021 SMS CLEANING, 7/28/2021 FEDWAY-0721 $8,499.98 CHB/PKM-AG20-022 JANITORIAL SV 278286 8/13/2021 SMS CLEANING, 7/28/2021 FEDWAY-0721 $6,196.56 CHB/PKM-AG20-022 JANITORIAL SV 278233 8/13/2021 MACDONALD MILLER SERVIC7/28/2021 PM111823 $4.994.39 CHB/FWCC-AG19-042 HVAC SVC-- 278233 8/13/2021 MACDONALD MILLER SERVIC7128/2021 PM111823 $3,538.36 CHB/FWCC-AG19-042 HVAC SVC-- 278293 8/13/2021 SPRAGUE PEST CONTROL, 7/27/2021 4569810 $71.57 PWST-FACILITIES PEST CONTROLS 278293 8/13/2021 SPRAGUE PEST CONTROL, 7/27/2021 4577550 $121.11 PKMT-PEST CONTROL SVCS 278280 8/13/2021 SCARFF FORD, 8/2/2021 44030 $418.37 PD-VEHICLE MAINT SVC 278165 8/13/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (8/3/2021 1-43936 $295.93 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278308 8/13/2021 THUNDERING OAK ENTERPRI8/3/2021 11142 $495.45 PKM-AG19-115 TREE SVC AGREEMEN 278308 8/13/2021 THUNDERING OAK ENTERPRI8/3/2021 11143 $484.00 PKM-AG19-115 TREE SVC AGREEMEN 278165 8/13/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (8/4/2021 1-43946 $43.98 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278200 8/13/2021 HTR GLASS & CONSTRUCT107/30/2021 21018-1 $825.75 DBC-AG20-018 DOOR & WINDOW MAI 278267 8/13/2021 PRECISION CONCRETE CUTT7/30/2021 WA16294KE $20,468.56 PWST-AG21-098 CONCRETE BEVELIN 278165 8/13/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/31/2021 1-43897 $122.06 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 278165 8/13/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/31/2021 1-43900 $121.09 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 278165 8/13/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (7/31/2021 1-43902 $331.39 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 278161 8/13/2021 DMX LLC DBA MOOD MEDIA, 8/1/2021 56309710 $51.00 IT-08/21 MEDIA SERVICES 278165 8/13/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (8/2/2021 1-43916 $291.32 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278165 8/13/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (8/212021 1-43920 $399.77 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278165 8/13/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (8/2/2021 1-43922 $24.54 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT Key Bank Page 47 of 53 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 278165 8/13/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (8/2/2021 1-43923 $106.84 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 278165 8/13/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (8/2/2021 1-43924 $148.64 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278165 8/13/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/21/2021 1-43726 $2.101.12 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 278165 8/13/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (7/21/2021 1-43756 $140.38 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 278165 8/13/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/21/2021 1-43770 $48,94 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 278304 8/13/2021 TERMINIX, 7/22/2021 410281547 $102.39 FWCC-PEST CONTROL 278165 8/13/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/22/2021 1-43755 $604.01 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278165 8/13/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (7/22/2021 1-43767 $428.90 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278165 8/13/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/22/2021 1-43776 $48.94 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278165 8/13/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/22/2021 1-43783 $262.52 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278165 8/13/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (7/2312021 1-43780 $149.42 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 278165 8/13/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/23/2021 1-43782 $1,958.53 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278165 8/13/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7123/2021 1-43790 $48.94 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278165 8/13/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (7/24/2021 1-43801 $1,859.80 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 278165 8/13/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/24/2021 1-43810 $48.94 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 278165 8113/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (7/24/2021 1-43817 $720.18 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 278200 8/13/2021 HTR GLASS & CONSTRUCT1O7/23/2021 21017-1 $907.22 PA RKS-DOOR MAINT SVC 278268 8/13/2021 PRO TOUCH AUTO INTERIOR 7/26/2021 52685 $176.16 PD-CAR DETAIL 278146 8/13/2021 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, 7/8/2021 21062503a $1,549.60 PWTR-AG20-080 2020-2021 NEIGHB 278312 8/13/2021 TONY LIND PAVING LLC, 7/8/2021 21062503a $30.990.84 PWTR-AG20-080 2020-2021 NEIGHB 278312 8/1312021 TONY LIND PAVING LLC, 7/8/2021 21062503a $-1,549.60 PWTR-AG20-080 2020-2021 NEIGHB 278234 8/13/2021 MACMOR INC, 7/12/2021 15588 $6,201.15 PWST-AG17-107 LANDSCAPE MAINT 278329 8/13/2021 WASHDUP, LLC, 6/30/2021 445 $56.48 FLT-JUNE CAR WASH SERVICE 278304 8/13/2021 TERMINIX, 7/20/2021 410197112 $182.77 PKMT-PEST CONTROL 278292 8/13/2021 SOUTH TACOMA GLASS SPEQ/20/2021 48594 $665.50 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278165 8/13/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (7/20/2021 1-43729 $1,437.77 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT Key Bank Page 48 of 53 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 278165 8/13/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/20/2021 1-43758 $48.94 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 278135 8/13/2021 CAR WASH ENTERPRISES, 7/16/2021 JUNE 2021 $348.00 PD-JUNE 2021 VEHICLE WASHES 278301 8/13/2021 SYSTEMS FOR PUBLIC SAFE18/4/2021 40263 $-1,999.18 PD-VEHICLE MAINT ROAD SVCS/PERMITS-INTGVT $80,746.33 278093 7/30/2021 WA STATE DEPT OF TRANSPC6/14/2021 RE 41 JZ0491 L013 $79.62 PW-PROJ JZ0491 FEES 278006 7/30/2021 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVIE6/30/2021 113185-113206 $39,475.31 PWTR-RSD FW#113185-113206 278324 8/13/2021 WA STATE DEPT OF TRANSPC7/19/2021 RE 41 JZ0491 L014 $318.86 PW-PROJ JZ0491 FEES 278213 8/13/2021 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVIE3/30/2021 2133175 $4,333.50 PWTR-2021 CTR PAYMENT 278212 8/13/2021 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVIEI0/2/2020 2127861 $4.333.50 PWTR-2020 CTR PAYMENT 278213 8/13/2021 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVIE12/29/2020 2130858 $4,333.50 PWTR-2020 CTR PAYMENT 278213 8/13/2021 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVIE6/19/2020 2125461 $4,333.50 PWTR-2020 CTR PAYMENT 278212 8/13/2021 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVIE6/30/2021 113107-113118 $18,411.23 PW/PWTR/PWST/PD-RSD FW#113107- 278212 8/13/2021 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVIE6/30/2021 113107-113118 $4,762.88 PW/PWTR/PWST/PD-RSD FW#113107- 278212 8/13/2021 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVIE6/30/2021 113107-113118 $87.69 PW/PWTR/PWST/PD-RSD FW#113107- 278212 8/13/2021 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVIE6/30/2021 113107-113118 $276.74 PW/PWTR/PWST/PD-RSD FW#113107- SALARIES & WAGES $103.49 277950 7/30/2021 ARAMARK UNIFORM 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Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/6/2021 2865902 $34.04 PKM-05/03/21 - 07/06/21 729 35 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/6/2021 3075301 $51.89 PKM-04121 1095 324TH ST S #985 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/6/2021 3075201 $344,84 PKM-04/21 1095 324TH ST S M#97 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/6/2021 3075401 $111 74 PKM-04/21 1095 324TH ST S #985 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/6/2021 3405101 $37.61 CHB-04/21 600 S 333RD ST #6239 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/22/2021 2865803 $34.04 PKM-05/03/21-07/06/21 726 356 278217 8/13/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/28/2021 1768602 $333.92 PKM-07/21 3200 DASH PT RD #163 SMALL TOOLS - SHOP $680.80 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $10.31 FWCC--REGENT REFILL 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $9.89 FWCC--REGENT REFILL 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $23.31 FWCC--REGENT REFILL 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $22.71 FWCC--REGENT REFILL 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $66.05 PWST-GENERATOR 278080 7/30/2021 TRINITYACE HARDWARE, 7/9/2021 188981 $85.83 PKM-SUPPLIES 278024 7/30/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 7/18/2021 09652 $48.08 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 277996 7/30/2021 GRAINGER INC, 6/11/2021 9929718139 $168 57 PWST-FACILITY MAINT SUPPLIES 277996 7/30/2021 GRAINGER INC, 6/11/2021 9929718147 $129.57 PWST-FACILITY MAINT SUPPLIES 278197 8/13/2021 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-250077/26/2021 5520741 $16.48 CHB-REPAIR & MAINT SUPPLIES STONE & GRAVEL $1,113.99 277970 7/30/2021 CORLISS RESOURCES INC, 5/10/2021 319048 $467 75 SWM-CONCRETE SUPPLIES 278229 8/13/2021 LLOYD ENTERPRISES INC, 7/26/2021 3326816 $374.69 PKM-CRUSHED ROCK 278229 8/13/2021 LLOYD ENTERPRISES INC, 7/23/2021 3326795 $142.95 PKM-DUMP ASPHALT 278229 8/13/2021 LLOYD ENTERPRISES INC, 7/22/2021 3326769 $128,60 PKM-DUMP ASPHALT TAXES/ASSESSMENTS-INTERGOVT $1,271.35 726213485 7/26/2021 WA STATE REVENUE DEPART7/26/2021 601-223-538 $7.61 FI-06/21 REMIT SALES TAX 726213485 7/26/2021 WA STATE REVENUE DEPART7/26/2021 601-223-538 $1,271.35 FI-06/21 REMIT SALES TAX 726213485 7/26/2021 WA STATE REVENUE DEPART7/26/2021 601-223-538 $-7.61 FI-06/21 REMIT SALES TAX TIRES $7,163.66 Key Bank Page 50 of 53 Check No, Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/13/2021 1-43669 $23.12 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (7/16/2021 1-43698 $1,305.10 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/6/2021 1-43553 $1,926.20 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/21/2021 1-43764 $701.59 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 277995 7/30/2021 GOODYEAR TIRE & SERVICE 7/21/2021 195-1158955 $207.01 FLT-MAINT PARTS 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/21/2021 1-43740 $2,113.38 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 277995 7/30/2021 GOODYEAR TIRE & SERVICE 4/5/2021 195-1158742 $211.00 FLT-MAINT PARTS 278165 8/13/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (8/4/2021 1-43938 $676.26 PD-VEHICLE MAINT TRAFFIC INFRACTIONS $370.00 278333 8/13/2021 WINTER, ROBERTC 8/2/2021 0992100100096 $120.00 MC -REFUND OVERPAYMENT #0992100 278136 8/13/2021 CARLSON, MICHAEL 7/29/2021 0992100061660 $250.00 MC -REFUND OVERPAYMENT #0992100 UNEMOLYMENT SERVICES - CLAIMS $6,780.76 278094 7/30/2021 WA STATE EMPLOYMENT SEC7/3/2021 2021 UBI 601-223-538 $6,780.76 HR-UI TAX REIMB JUNE 2021 WASTE DISPOSAL BILLINGS $5,783.78 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $27.30 SWR-GARBAGE ACCT AUDIT 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $28.01 PKM-WASTE DISPOSAL 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $570.00 SWM-WASTE DISPOSAL 277948 7/30/2021 ALL BATTERY SALES & SERVI7/14/2021 100-10014986 $127.06 SWR-COLLECTION, TRANSPORTATION 278008 7/30/2021 KING COUNTY SOLID WASTE,7/15/2021 2355297 $41.59 PKM-SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL 278070 7/30/2021 STYRO RECYCLE LLC, 7/23/2021 13699-JULY $75.00 SWR-RECYCLE EVENT 277948 7/30/2021 ALL BATTERY SALES & SERVI6/30/2021 100-10014936 $277.78 SWR-RESIDENT BATTERY RECYCLING 278008 7/30/2021 KING COUNTY SOLID WASTE,5/31/2021 117998 $618.01 PWST-SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL 278022 7/30/2021 LLOYD ENTERPRISES INC, 6/7/2021 3326009 $30.00 PWST-CLEANT CONCRETE 278022 7/30/2021 LLOYD ENTERPRISES INC, 6/22/2021 3326277 $30.00 SWM-DUMPASPHALT 278022 7/30/2021 LLOYD ENTERPRISES INC, 6/17/2021 3326161 $1,076.05 SWM-BRUSH 278022 7/30/2021 LLOYD ENTERPRISES INC, 6/16/2021 3326205 $30.00 SWM-DUMPASPHALT 278008 7/30/2021 KING COUNTY SOLID WASTE,6/24/2021 2346014 $241.09 SWM-SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL Key Bank Page 51 of 53 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 278022 7/30/2021 LLOYD ENTERPRISES INC, 6/23/2021 3326303 $34.48 SWM-DUMP ASPHALT 278024 7/30/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 6/25/2021 01558 $149.22 PWST-MAINT SUPPLIES 277960 7/30/2021 CASTLE TIRE DISPOSAL LLC, 6/28/2021 31119099 $120.00 SWR-TIRE COLLECTION AT SMALL R 277959 7/30/2021 CASTLE TIRE DISPOSAL LLC, 6/26/2021 11116533 $2,273,50 SWR-TIRE COLLECTION AT SMALL R 278229 8/13/2021 LLOYD ENTERPRISES INC, 6/8/2021 3326030 $34.69 PWST-DUMP BRICK MIXED WATER BILLINGS $19,970.63 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC4/9/2021 482405 $27.86 PWST-02/21 28850 PACIFIC HWY S 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC4/20/2021 3657701 $27.86 PWST-04/21 1456 S 308TH ST 308 278076 7/30/2021 TACOMA PUBLIC UTILITIES, 6/24/2021 100048250 $328.37 PKDBC-05/26/21-06/24/21 PUBLIC 278076 7/30/2021 TACOMA PUBLIC UTILITIES, 6/24/2021 100048250 $3,612.06 PKDBC-05/26/21-06/24/21 PUBLIC 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'6/16/2021 3642501 $27.86 PWST-04/21 30801 14TH AVE S M# 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'6/16/2021 3653601 $198.88 PWST-04/21 31114 28 AVE S M#46 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'6/16/2021 3702201 $27.86 PWST-04/21 1119 S DASH POINT R 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'6/16/2021 3791001 $69.89 PWST-04/21 1119 S DASH POINT R 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'6/16/2021 835904 $27,86 PWST-04/21 30421 16AVE S IRR 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'6/10/2021 482405 $27.86 PWST-04/21 28850 PACIFIC HWY S 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC6/16/2021 3088801 $27.86 PWST-02/21 2000 312 ST S I R R M 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'6/16/2021 3200201 $648.81 PWST-04/21 32001 WEYERHAEUSER 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/6/2021 101002 $54,38 PKM-03/21 BROOKLAKE MAIN HALL 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/6/2021 101103 $479.91 PKM-04/21 630 356TH ST M#90704 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/6/2021 2913103 $395.57 CHB-04/21 33325 8TH AVE S M#94 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/6/2021 2922203 $14.46 CHB-04/21 33325 8TH AVE S M#93 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/6/2021 2922503 $707.14 CHB-04/21 33325 8TH AVE S M#94 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/6/2021 2926402 $201.09 PKM-04/21 33914 19TH AVE SW #9 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN 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PWST-05/21 32001 PACIFIC HWY S 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/6/2021 3075401 $203.30 PKM-04/21 1095 324TH ST S #985 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/6/2021 3513001 $342 49 PWST-05/21 33647 20TH AVE S IR 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/6/2021 3499201 $27.86 CHB-04/21 2220 S 333RD ST#2016 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/6/2021 3518001 $69.85 PWST-05/21 35205 PACIFIC HWY S 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/6/2021 3541001 $27.86 PWST-05/21 930 348TH ST S IRR 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC716/2021 3552401 $27.86 PWST-05/21 35503 PACIFIC HWY S 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/6/2021 3563071 $27.86 PWST-05/21 101 S 348TH ST IP3 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/6/2021 3578601 $176.74 PWST-05/21 1283 S 336TH ST M#4 Key Bank Page 53 of 53 Check No, Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/6/2021 3753001 $218.80 PKM-04/21 550 SW CAMPUS DR M#4 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/6/2021 3075201 $296.12 PKM-04/21 1095 324TH ST S M#97 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/6/2021 3075301 $183.41 PKM-04/21 1095 324TH ST S #985 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/6/2021 99902 $74.27 PKM-04/21 411 348TH ST S M#995 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/27/2021 482303 $27.86 PWST-04/21 28866 PACIFIC HWY S 278217 8/13/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/28/2021 2592702 $27.86 PKM-06/21 32837 10 PL SW IRR M 278217 8/13/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/22/2021 3059601 $27.86 PKM-06/21 3200 349TH ST S M#98 WITNESS FEES/JUROR FEES $3,344.44 729210080 7/29/2021 JURY/WITNESS FUND, 7/29/2021 APR 2021 $405.98 MC-04/21 JURY/WITNESS FEE REIM 729210080 7/29/2021 JURY/WITNESS FUND, 7/29/2021 JUNE 2021 $1,701.24 MC-06/21 JURY/WITNESS FEE REIM 729210080 7/29/2021 JURY/WITNESSFUND, 7/29/2021 MAY 2021 $1,237.22 MC-05/21 JURY/WITNESS FEE REIM WKRS COMPENSATION/IND INS $30.63 278097 7/30/2021 WA STATE LABOR & INDUSTR7/28/2021 2ND QTR 2021 $2.33 FI-2Q/21 L&I VOLUNTEER HOURS 278097 7/30/2021 WA STATE LABOR & INDUSTR7/28/2021 2ND QTR 2021 $3.74 FI-2Q/21 L&I VOLUNTEER HOURS 278097 7/30/2021 WA STATE LABOR & INDUSTR7/28/2021 2ND QTR 2021 $8.36 FI-2Q/21 L&I VOLUNTEER HOURS 278097 7/30/2021 WA STATE LABOR & INDUSTR7/28/2021 2ND QTR 2021 $0.65 FI-2Q/21 L&I VOLUNTEER HOURS 278097 7/30/2021 WA STATE LABOR & INDUSTR7/28/2021 2ND QTR 2021 $0.14 FI-2Q/21 L&I VOLUNTEER HOURS 278097 7/30/2021 WA STATE LABOR & INDUSTR7/28/2021 2ND QTR 2021 $15.41 FI-2Q/21 L&I VOLUNTEER HOURS WORK RELEASE $2,660.25 278032 7/30/2021 MOON SECURITY SVC INC, 6/30/2021 1079096 $225.00 PD-HOUSE ARREST 277938 7/30/2021 2 WATCH MONITORING INC, 7/1/2021 42840 $2,182.75 PD-HOME MONITORING SERVICES 277977 7/30/2021 EHM WASHINGTON LLC, 6/7/2021 18363 $52,50 PD-MONITORING SVC 277977 7/30/2021 EHM WASHINGTON LLC, 6/17/2021 18740 $200.00 PD-MONITORING SVC Total $3,788,312.57 07/20/2021 CW-PAYROLL VOUCHERS 07/01-07/15 $1,756,517.16 CW-PAYROLL VOUCHERS 07/16-07/31 $2,186,035.32 08/05/2021 $3,942,662.48 COUNCIL MEETING DATE: October 05, 2021 ITEM #: 5C CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL SUBJECT: AP VOUCHERS 08/16/2021-09/15/2021 AND PAYROLL VOUCHERS 08/01/2021-08/31/2021 POLICY QUESTION: Should the City Council approve the AP vouchers in the total amount of $6,054,635.98 and payroll vouchers in the total amount of $3,887,796.96? COMMITTEE: Finance, Economic Development, and Regional Affairs Committee MEETING DATE: September 28, 2021 CATEGORY: ® Consent ❑ Ordinance ❑ Public Hearing El City Council Business ❑ Resolution ❑ Other STAFF REPORT BY: Steve Groom, Finance Director DEPT: Finance I, the undersigned, do hereby certify under penalty of perjury that the materials have been furnished, the services rendered, or the labor performed as described herein and that the claims are just and due obligations against the City of F Way, Wash- gton, and that I am authorized to authenticate and certify said liens. inance Director Attachments: Voucher List Options Considered: MAYOR'S RECOMMENDATION: r MAYOR APPROVAL: r1 cs J `7 ��DIRECTOR APPROVAL: • 1011ii11 AC COut3C COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: I move to forward the vouchers to the October 05, 2021 consent agenda for approval. V1 Committee Chair Committee Member Committee Member PROPOSED COUNCIL MOTION: "I move approval of the vouchers pursuant to RCW 42.24. BELOW TO BE CONIPL✓ 'TED BY CITY CLERKS OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: ❑ APPROVED COUNCIL BILL # ❑ DENIED Is' reading ❑ TABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION Enactment reading ❑ MOVED TO SECOND READING (ordinances only) ORDINANCE # REVISED — 08/12/2010 RESOLUTION # CITY OF Federal Way Date: September 17, 2021 To: Steve Groom, Finance Director From: Chase Donnelly, Deputy Finance Director Subject: Monthly Disbursements Summary The monthly AP and Payroll vouchers report is attached. Finance Department The following summarizes current and prior 2 months' disbursements for reasonableness comparison. Account Payable Voucher totals: m August $6,054,635.98 Construction projects totaled $421,131 (p. 11) Consulting contracts total $225,017 (p. 12) Valley Corn totaled $431,984 (p. 16) Medical Claims totaled $490,828 (p. 31) Professional Services totaled $1,098,674 (p. 62) Repairs and Maintenance totaled $653,470 (p. 83) • July $3,788,312.57 8 June $3,844,260.56 Payroll voucher totals: • August $3,887,796.96 m July $3,942,552.48 • June $3,967,629.74 City of Federal Way -Accounts Payable Check List Key Bank Page 1 of 104 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal ACCOUNT PAYABLE-ESCOM $300.00 278255 8/13/2021 PACIFIC NORTHWEST LIBRAR8/16/2018 52459 $150.00 DBC-REFUND RENTAL DEPOSIT 278334 8/13/2021 WITHIN REACH,ATTN: KRISTN11/15/2018 52742 $15000 DBC-WITHINREACH REFUND RENTAL ACCOUNTS PAYABLE-RECREAT $257.43 278573 9/15/2021 MAKSU INC, M 9/15/2021 2459484 $137.43 FWCC-REFUND CREDIT ON ACCOUNT 278573 9/15/2021 MAKSU INC, M 9/15/2021 2459485 $44.00 FWCC-REFUND CREDIT ON ACCOUNT 278596 9/15/2021 REED, LAWRENCE 9/15/2021 REED 2019 $76.00 FWCC-REFUND COURSE IS CANCELLE ADVERTISING $44,428.66 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $34.48 SWR-ADVERTISING 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $17.85 SWR-ADVERTISING 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $175.00 SWR-ADVERTISING 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $500.00 DBC-ADVERTISING 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $308.28 FWCC-JOB POSTINGS 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $24,25 FWCC-AD JOB POSTING 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $9.05 FWCC-MARKETING 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $199.00 FWCC-EGYM APP PMT 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $137,63 FWCC-ADVERTING 278108 7/30/2021 WSP USA INC, 7/9/2021 1071005 $26,579.33 PW-AG20-060 ON -CALL CONST INSP 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $500.00 DBC-ADVERTISING 825214759 6/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 CITY VISA $22.76 FWCC-GOOGLE ADS 825214759 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 CITY VISA $137.63 FWCC-CONSTANT SVC 825214759 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 CITY VISA $199.00 FWCC-APP PAYMENT 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $250.00 SWR-AD RECYCLING EVENTS 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $45.23 SWR-RECYCLING CART 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $10.26 SWR-AD RECYCLING EVENTS 278457 8/31/2021 SOUND PUBLISHING INC, 7/2/2021 FWM931688 $100.31 PW-AD ACCT#83722479 Key Bank Page 2 of 104 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 278457 8/31/2021 SOUND PUBLISHING INC, 7/31/2021 8034676 $465.00 FWCC/PARKS-AD ACCT#83733388 278457 8/31/2021 SOUND PUBLISHING INC, 7/31/2021 8034676 $740.00 FWCC/PARKS-AD ACCT#83733388 278485 8/31/2021 WSPUSA INC, 8/4/2021 1077528 $10,068.37 PW-AG20-060 ON -CALL CONST INSP 278457 8/31/2021 SOUND PUBLISHING INC, 7/31/2021 8034692 $2,705.00 MO -AD ACCT#83733388 278607 9/15/2021 SOUND PUBLISHING INC, 5/21/2021 FWM927866 $475.23 PW-AD ACCT#83722479 278606 9/15/2021 SOUND PUBLISHING INC, 8/31/2021 8037710 $275.00 PARKS/FWCC-AD ACCT#8372480 278606 9/15/2021 SOUND PUBLISHING INC, 8/31/2021 8037710 $450,00 PARKS/FWCC-AD ACCT#8372480 AGRICULTURAL SUPPLIES $868.74 278383 8/31/2021 EWING IRRIGATION PRODUC7/30/2021 14865330 $383.51 SWM-OPER SUPPLIES 278383 8/31/2021 EWING IRRIGATION PRODUC-8/10/2021 14946317 $201.41 SWM-OPER SUPPLIES 278471 8/31/2021 TRINITYACE HARDWARE, 8/10/2021 195748 $30.78 SWM-SUPPLIES 278471 8/31/2021 TRINITYACE HARDWARE, 8/10/2021 195766 $29.01 SWM-SUPPLIES 278347 8/31/2021 AGRISHOP INC, 8/10/2021 65261/1 $205.86 SWM-EQUIPMENT PARTS & REPAIRS 278384 8/31/2021 EXCEL SUPPLY COMPANY, IN(8/16/2021 133729 $18.17 SWM-SAFETY SUPPLIES AIRFARE $1,395.67 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $147.96 CC-NFWL CONF AIRFARE 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $135.09 CC-NFWL CON AIRFARE 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $122.92 CC-NFWL CON AIRFARE 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $330.90 CC-NFWLCONFAIRFARE 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $329.40 CC-NFWL CONF AIRFARE 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $329.40 CC-NFWL CONFAIRFARE ASPHALT & ROAD OIL $5,311.72 278018 7/30/2021 LAKESIDE INDUSTRIES INC, 3/6/2021 152600 $134.92 SWM-REPAIR SUPPLIES 278018 7/30/2021 LAKESIDE INDUSTRIES INC, 3/13/2021 153395 $147.53 SWM-REPAIR SUPPLIES 278017 7/30/2021 LAKESIDE INDUSTRIES INC, 3/13/2021 153396 $133.66 SWM-REPAIR SUPPLIES 278017 7/30/2021 LAKESIDE INDUSTRIES INC, 4/10/2021 156432 $2,354.45 SWM-REPAIR SUPPLIES 278017 7/30/2021 LAKESIDE INDUSTRIES INC, 4/24/2021 158125 $913.08 SWM-REPAIR SUPPLIES Key Bank Page 3 of 104 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 278029 7/30/2021 MILES RESOURCES LLC, 5/17/2021 321462 $316.75 SWM-ASPHALT SUPPLIES 278029 7/30/2021 MILES RESOURCES LLC, 6/21/2021 322673 $209,53 SWM-ASPHALT SUPPLIES 278029 7/30/2021 MILES RESOURCES LLC, 6/28/2021 322858 $814,84 SWM-ASPHALT SUPPLIES 278230 8/13/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 7/27/2021 02399 $115.20 PWST-MAINT SUPPLIES 278121 8/13/2021 ALPINE PRODUCTS INC, 7/27/2021 TM-203654 $171.76 PWST-MAINT SUPPLIES ASSOCIATION DUES $17,196.10 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $4,997 00 SWM-CDS DRIVER SCHOOL 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $40.00 SWM-CDL LICS 723213793 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PD VISA $150.00 PD-WASPC ANNUAL DUES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $940.00 CDHS-ANNUALSUB 278096 7/30/2021 WA STATE LABOR & INDUSTR8/17/2021 281918 $134.10 CHB-ELEVATOR OPERAT CERT L&I 278332 8/13/2021 WASHINGTON WILDLIFE, & RE8/12/2021 2021 WWRC MEMB $750.00 PKM-2021 WWRC MEMBERSHIP 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $668.00 CD-MEMB DUES 825214759 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 CITY VISA $10.00 PAEC-WA SOS ANNUAL REPORT FEE 825214759 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 CITY VISA $610.00 FI-GFOA REPORT FEE 825214759 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 CITY VISA $575.00 FI-GFOA BUDGET AWARD FEE 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $265.00 CD-MEMB DUES 825214759 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 CITY VISA $455.00 MOED-IEDC MEMB RENEWAL 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $30.00 LAW-WSAMA MEMB 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $30.00 LAW-WSAMA MEMB 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $115.00 CK-MEMB DUES 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $215.00 CK-MEMB DUES 278579 9/15/2021 NATIONAL LEAGUE OF CITIES8/30/2021 176401 $7,212.00 CC-2021 NLC MEMB DUES ATHLETIC SUPPLIES $5,262.36 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $225 36 PKM-ATHLETIC SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $473 15 PARKS -ATHLETIC SUPPLIES 278133 8/13/2021 BSN SPORTS, 7/20/2021 913202141 $1,081.74 FWCC-OPER SUPPLIES Page 4 of 104 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 825214759 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 CITY VISA $13.17 FWCC-BIKE CLEATS 825214759 8/25/2021 US BANK, 812512021 JULY 2021 CITY VISA $199.00 FWCC-NEW MIC 825214759 8125/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 CITY VISA $126.60 FWCC-HEADSET 825214759 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 CITY VISA $534.43 PARKS -SPORT SUPPLIES 825214759 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 CITY VISA $108.87 PARKS -SPORT SUPPLIES 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $2,016.38 PKM-ATHLETIC SUPPLS 278525 9/15/2021 EWING IRRIGATION PRODUC-8/25/2021 15063017 $473.66 PKM-OPER SUPPLIES AUTOMATION FEE $79.80 277937 7/30/2021 2 SONS PLUMBING LLC, 7/1212021 21-102366 $35.00 CD -REFUND CANCELLATION 21-1027 278054 7/30/2021 RICKABAUGH PENTECOST DE5/28/2021 21-102110 $44.80 CD-21-102110 PERMIT REFUND BOOKS, MAPS, & PERIODICALS $391.91 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $139.10 MO -NEWSPAPER SUBSCR 723213793 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PD VISA $5.95 PD-MNTHLY MEMB 825213793 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PD VISA $5.95 PD-MNTHLY MEMB 278457 8/31/2021 SOUND PUBLISHING INC, 7/16/2021 FWM932818 $240.91 IT -AD ACCT#83729421 BOYS & GIRLS CLUB -PROFESSIONAL $37,673.20 278388 8/31/2021 FEDERAL WAY BOYS & GIRLS8/23/2021 01/01/21-06/30/21 $37,673.20 CDHS-AG21-115 COVID 19 RESPONS BUILDING MATERIALS $4,506.59 277998 7/30/2021 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-250077/6/2021 5624664 $15.38 PKM-REPAIR/MAINT SUPPLIES 278059 7/30/2021 SHERWIN-WILUAMS CO, 7/8/2021 7269-2 $44.21 PKM-FACILITIES PAINT SUPPLIES 277998 7/30/2021 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-250076/25/2021 6031631 $49.06 PKM-REPAIR/MAINT SUPPLIES 277998 7/30/2021 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-250077/1/2021 0510012 $43.87 PKM-REPAIR/MAINT SUPPLIES 277998 7/30/2021 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-25007711/2021 9022265 $128,35 PKM-REPAIR/MAINTENANCE SUPPLIE 278024 7/30/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 7/19/2021 02873 $186 77 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278372 8/31/2021 CORLISS RESOURCES INC, 8/3/2021 337029 $1,432.85 PKM-CONCRETE SUPPLIES 278372 8/31/2021 CORLISS RESOURCES INC, 8/412021 337167 $1,358.59 PKM-CONCRETE SUPPLIES 278372 8/31/2021 CORLISS RESOURCES INC, 8/5/2021 337292 $978.35 PKM-CONCRETE SUPPLIES 278571 9/15/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 8/25/2021 01263 $204.35 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES Key Bank Page 5 of 104 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 278542 9/15/2021 HD SUPPLY CONST SUPPLY L8/27/2021 10014831515 $80.71 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278571 9/15/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 9/3/2021 02486 $-15.90 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES BUSINESS LICENSE RENEWAL $1,420.00 278559 9/15/2021 KONIC MINOLTA BUSINESS, S9/15/2021 2019 BUS LICENSE $1,420.00 FI-REFUND OVERPAYMENT CASH ADJUSTMENT-OVER/SHORT $78.50 278023 7/30/2021 LONGSWORTH, BRUCE 7/27/2021 07/27/21 $10.00 FWCC-REFUND FOR WEBTRAC 278060 7/30/2021 SMITH, ALICIA 7/28/2021 07/27/21 $68.50 FWCC-REFUND FOR WEBTRAC CASH SHORT & OVER $47.00 278033 7/30/2021 MOORE JR, DURWOOD 6/7/2021 003-00098536 $47.00 PD-CPL APPLICANT DUPL CHRG CATHOLIC COMM SRVC-PROFESSION $59,450.31 278360 8/31/2021 CATHOLIC COMMUNITY SERVE/23/2021 2ND QTR 2021 $59,450 31 CDHS-AG21-108 EMERGENCY ASSIST CELLULAR PHONE AIR TIME $32,283.90 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $102.45 IT -NANO CHRGS 278088 7/30/2021 VERIZON WIRELESS, 7/13/2021 9884086798 $5,891.98 IT/PAECIPD-06/21 CELLULAR SVC 278089 7/30/2021 VERIZON WIRELESS, 7/13/2021 9884086799 $246.14 IT-06/21 CELLULAR SVC ACCT# 277953 7/30/2021 AT&T MOBILITY, 7/11/2021 2872889827730719202 $3,802.07 IT-08/21 DATA CARDS 278088 7/30/2021 VERIZON WIRELESS, 7/13/2021 9884086798 $5,891.98 IT/PAEC/PD-06/21 CELLULAR SVC 278089 7/30/2021 VERIZON WIRELESS, 7/13/2021 9884086799 $246.15 IT-06/21 CELLULAR SVC ACCT# 278088 7/30/2021 VERIZON WIRELESS, 7/13/2021 9884086798 $214,33 IT/PAEC/PD-06/21 CELLULAR SVC 278311 8113/2021 T-MO61LE USA INC, 8/13/2021 830401935 $73.54 IT-07/21 CELLULAR SVC 278474 8/31/2021 VERIZON WIRELESS, 8/13/2021 9886257096 $5,564.23 IT/PAEC/PD-07/21 CELLULAR SVC 278474 8/31/2021 VERIZON WIRELESS, 8/13/2021 9886257097 $246.15 IT-07/21 CELLULAR SVC ACCT# 278474 8/31/2021 VERIZON WIRELESS, 8/13/2021 9886257096 $159.96 IT/PAEC/PD-07/21 CELLULAR SVC 278354 8/31/2021 AT&T MOBILITY, 8/11/2021 287288982773X0819202 $3,961.01 IT-09/21 DATA CARDS 278474 8131/2021 VERIZON WIRELESS, 8/13/2021 9886257096 $5.564.23 IT/PAEC/PD-07/21 CELLULAR SVC 278474 8/31/2021 VERIZON WIRELESS, 8/13/2021 9886257097 $246.14 IT-07/21 CELLULAR SVC ACCT# 278620 9/15/2021 T-MOBILE USA INC, 8/22/2021 830401935 $73.54 IT -CELLULAR SVC CLOTHING AND FOOTWEAR $35,808.61 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $48.24 FWCC-STAFF UNIFORM Key Bank Page 6 of 104 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $28.60 PKM-UNIFORM 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $203.63 PWST-WORK BOOS 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $3,828.73 PARKS -CAMP STAFF UNIFORMS 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $87.20 PARKS -CAMP SHIRTS 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $191.24 PARKS -CAMP SHIRTS 723213793 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PD VISA $88.07 PD-SWAT CLTHNG 723213793 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PD VISA $359.37 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 723213793 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PD VISA $416.30 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 723213793 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PD VISA $39.93 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $275.13 SWM-UNIFORM 278053 7/30/2021 RED WING SHOE STORE, 7/8/2021 62647 $178.35 PWSWM-UNIFORM SAFETY FOOTWEAR 277965 7/30/2021 COASTAL FARM & HOME SUPI7/2/2021 4210 $165.12 SWM-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 277939 7/30/2021 911 SUPPLY INC, 7/21/2021 INV-2-11882 $15.41 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 277939 7/30/2021 911 SUPPLY INC, 7/21/2021 1NV-2-11883 $1,460.01 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 278047 7/30/2021 PETTY CASH -POLICE DEPT, 7/7/2021 033366 $77.48 PD-BIKE SHOES REPL- 278073 7/30/2021 SYMBOLARTS LLC, 7/7/2021 0386600-IN $647.11 P D-BADGES 278050 7/30/2021 PROFORCE LAW ENFORCEMI7/15/2021 455681 $4.772.84 PD-TASER SUPPLIES 277993 7/30/2021 GALLS LLC, 6/30/2021 018713947 $194.87 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 278038 7/30/2021 NORTHAM, ANDREW 7/27/2021 NORTHAM 2021 $154.13 PD-UNIFORM ALLOWANCE 278063 7/30/2021 SOUND SAFETY PRODUCTS 17/7/2021 195790/3 $375.75 PWST-SAFETY EQUIPMENT & CLOTHI 277965 7/30/2021 COASTAL FARM & HOME SUPI7/9/2021 4217 $88.06 PKM-OPER SUPPLIES 277994 7/30/2021 GALLS LLC, 7/2/2021 018732234 $23.11 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 277993 7/30/2021 GALLS LLC, 7/9/2021 018774524 $47.33 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 278176 8/13/2021 FORRESTER, BILLY JACK 8/4/2021 FORRESTER 2021 $131.98 PD-CLOTHING ALLOW 278112 8/13/2021 911 SUPPLY INC, 8/5/2021 INV-2-12196 $37.60 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 278291 8/13/2021 SOUND UNIFORM/BRATWEAR6/29/2021 202106SU223 $549.29 PD-UNIFORM EQUIPMENT Key Bank Page 7 of 104 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 278150 8/13/2021 COFFEY, MICHAEL 7/25/2021 COFFEY 2021 $200.00 PD-CLOTHING ALLOWANCE 278130 8/13/2021 BASSAGE, BRIAN 7/26/2021 BASSAGE 2021 $200.00 PD-EQUIP ALLOW 278300 8/13/2021 SYMBOLARTS LLC, 7/27/2021 0389896-IN $1.969.96 PD-BADGES 278120 8/13/2021 ALLEN, EDWARD 7/29/2021 ALLEN 2021 $200.00 PD-UNIFORM ALLOWANCE 278112 8/13/2021 911 SUPPLY INC, 7/29/2021 INV-2-12050 $8.81 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 278112 8/13/2021 911 SUPPLY INC, 7/30/2021 INV-2-12061 $13.76 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 278112 8/13/2021 911 SUPPLY INC, 7/30/2021 INV-2-12062 $15.41 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $184.92 SWM-WORK BOOTS 825213793 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PD VISA $-45.77 PD-REFUND 825213793 8/25/2021 US 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PD-UNIFORM/EQUIPMENT 278558 9/15/2021 KLINGELE, BRYAN 8/31/2021 KLINGELE 2021 $328.42 PD-REIMB CLOTHING ALLOW 278593 9/15/2021 PROCTOR, DARREN 8/30/2021 PROCTOR 2021 $110.08 PKM-REIMB WORK PANTS 278537 9/15/2021 GUILLERMO, ROBERT 9/l/2021 GUILLERMO 2021 $133.98 PD-CLOTHING ALLOW 278537 9/15/2021 GUILLERMO, ROBERT 9/7/2021 GUILLERMO 2021 $101.76 PD-CLOTHING ALLOW 278640 9/15/2021 WATERSHED INC, 6/22/2021 0083263-IN $1,336.98 PD-JACKET & FLEECE LINER 278608 9/15/2021 SOUND UNIFORM/BRATWEARB/2/2021 202108SU013 $119.12 PD-UNIFORM/EQUIPMENT 278608 9/15/2021 SOUND UNIFORM/BRATWEARB/5/2021 202108SU039 $609.96 PD-UNIFORM/EQUIPMENT 278608 9/15/2021 SOUND UNIFORM/BRATWEAR8/11/2021 202108SU101 $846.00 PD-UNI FORM/EQUIPMENT 278608 9/15/2021 SOUND UNIFORM/BRATWEAR8/17/2021 202108SU130 $-76.11 PD-UNIFORM/EQUIPMENT 278608 9/15/2021 SOUND UNIFORM/BRATWEAR8/17/2021 202108SU139 $664.01 PD-UNIFORM/EQUIPMENT COMMUNICATIONS $3,232.50 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $86.62 SWM-MNTHLY ANSW SVC 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $86.61 CHB-MNTHLY ANSW SVC 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $86.62 PWST-MNTHLYANSW SRVC 277962 7/30/2021 CENTURYLINK, 7/4/2021 206-Z04-0609-472B $627.99 IT-06/21 PHONE SERVICES 277962 7/30/2021 CENTURYLINK, 7/4/2021 206-Z04-0609-472B $627.99 IT-06/21 PHONE SERVICES 277962 7/30/2021 CENTURYLINK, 7/4/2021 206-Z04-0609-472B $94.54 IT-06/21 PHONE SERVICES 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $90.66 CHB-MNTHLYSVCS 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $90.66 SWM-MNTHLY SVCS 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $90.66 PWST-MNTHLY SVCS 278362 8/31/2021 CENTURYLINK, 8/4/2021 206-Z04-0609-472B $94.52 IT-07/21 PHONE SERVICES 278362 8/31/2021 CENTURYLINK, 8/4/2021 206-Z04-0609-472B $627,81 IT-07/21 PHONE SERVICES 278362 8/31/2021 CENTURYLINK, 8/4/2021 206-Z04-0609-472B $627.82 IT-07/21 PHONE SERVICES COMPUTER HARDWARE/EQUIPMENT $64,074.63 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $1,595.00 IT -COMPUTER HARDWARE Page 10 of 104 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 278083 7/30/2021 UPSTATE WHOLESALE SUPPL6/24/2021 INV22444 $38,878.00 IT-PD-RR GETAC B360- 278083 7/30/2021 UPSTATE WHOLESALE SUPPL6/24/2021 INV22444 $7,140.00 IT-PD-RR GETAC Bumper to Bumpe 278083 7/30/2021 UPSTATE WHOLESALE SUPPL6124/2021 INV22444 $8,666.00 IT-PD-RR GETAC: Havis TF1-Stan 278083 7130/2021 UPSTATE WHOLESALE SUPPL6/24/2021 INV22444 $1,288.00 IT-PD-RR GETAC: 120W 11-16v, 2 278083 7/30/2021 UPSTATE WHOLESALE SUPPL6/24/2021 INV22444 $5,653.17 Sales Tax 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $61.65 IT -COMPUTER EQUIP 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $132.11 IT -COMPUTER EQUIP 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $660.70 IT -COMPUTER EQUIP CONCEALED PISTOL LIC - FBI $1,179.25 278325 8/13/2021 WA STATE PATROL, 8/2/2021 122000612 $503.50 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PW-AG20-008 PACIFIC HW NON -MOT 278535 9/15/2021 GRAY & OSBORNE INC, 7/8/2021 4 $6,016.05 PW-AG21-028 SW 356TH ST PC MGM Key Bank Page 13 of 104 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 278535 9/15/2021 GRAY & OSBORNE INC, 7/19/2021 5 $1,339.99 PW-AG21-028 SW 356TH ST PC MGM 278535 9/15/2021 GRAY & OSBORNE INC, 8/16/2021 6 $1.464.04 PW-AG21-028 SW 356TH ST PC MGM 278623 9/15/2021 TRANSPO GROUP USA INC, 8/18/2021 26723 $271.60 PWST-CITYWIDE ADAPTIVE TRAFFIC 278623 9/15/2021 TRANSPO GROUP USA INC, 8/16/2021 26723 $2,721.79 PWST-CITYWIDE ADAPTIVE TRAFFIC 278588 9/15/2021 PARAMETRIX INC, 8/27/2021 29216 $46,376.69 PWST-CITY CENTER ACCESS AG17-1 COPIER & PRINTER SUPPLIES $1,514.39 277968 7/30/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7/12/2021 2061993-0 $168.95 HR-OFFICE SUPPLIES 277968 7/30/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7/12/2021 2061994-0 $112.63 HR-OFFICE SUPPLIES 277968 7/30/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7/12/2021 2061996-0 $56.32 HR-OFFICE SUPPLIES 277968 7/30/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7/12/2021 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KRISTEN 8/12/2021 GREGORY 2021 $200.00 PD-DEDUCTIBLE REIMB 278590 9/15/2021 PEARSON, BRIAN 8/27/2021 PEARSON 2021 $100.00 IT -DEDUCTIBLE REIMB $20,257.52 HOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/2312021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $61 64 FWCC-SANITIZER MOUNTING 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $10 48 FWCC-HAND SANITIZER 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $76.04 FWCC-HOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES 278098 7/30/2021 WALTER E NELSON CO., 718/2021 816229 $904.45 FWCC-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 278098 7/30/2021 WALTER E NELSON CO., 7/14/2021 817156 $760.78 FWCC-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 278098 7/30/2021 WALTER E NELSON CO., 7121/2021 818449 $677.16 FWCC-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 278098 7/30/2021 WALTER E NELSON CO_, 7/21/2021 818574 $600.23 FWCC-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 278098 7/30/2021 WALTER E NELSON CO., 7/13/2021 816923 $658.29 CHB-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 278098 7/3012021 WALTER E NELSON CO., 7/12/2021 816674 $597.73 CHB-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 278098 7/30/2021 WALTER E NELSON CO., 719/2021 816599 $289.84 PKMT-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 278098 7/30/2021 WALTER E NELSON CO., 7/15/2021 817514 $781.39 PKMT-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 278328 8/13/2021 WALTER E NELSON CO., 7/20/2021 818570 $126,57 PKM-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 278328 8/13/2021 WALTER E NELSON CO., 7/21/2021 819156 $62.39 PKM-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 278328 8/13/2021 WALTER E NELSON CO., 7/30/2021 820302 $971.95 PKM-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 278328 8/13/2021 WALTER E NELSON CO., 8/2/2021 820760 $500.49 PKM-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 278328 8/13/2021 WALTER E NELSON CO., 7/14/2021 817639 $842.09 DBC--JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 278328 8/13/2021 WALTER E NELSON CO., 7/1612021 817639 $-336.38 DBC--JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 278328 8/13/2021 WALTER E NELSON CO., 7/16/2021 818126 $281.33 DBC--JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 278328 8/13/2021 WALTER E NELSON CO., 6/1/2021 811034 $373,10 FWCC-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 278328 8/13/2021 WALTER E NELSON CO., 7/27/2021 819956 $379.28 FWCC-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 278328 8/13/2021 WALTER E NELSON CO., 7/2612021 819670 $1,224.70 PKM-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 825214759 8/2512021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 CITY VISA $40.42 FWCC-MAINT SUPPLIES 825214759 8I25I2021 US BANK, 8125/2021 JULY 2021 CITY VISA $361.98 FWCC-OEPR SUPPLIES Page 26 of 104 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 825214759 8125/2021 US BANK, 8/25Q021 JULY 2021 CITY VISA $99.56 FWCC-GLOVES 278479 8/31/2021 WALTER E NELSON CO., 8/27/2021 794881-CM $-309.16 FWCC-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES CREDI 278479 8/31/2021 WALTER E NELSON CO., 8/19/2021 823492 $1,004.44 FWCC-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 278479 8/31/2021 WALTER E NELSON CO., 8/4/2021 821043 $879.27 FWCC-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 278479 8/31/2021 WALTER E NELSON CO., 8/11/2021 822124 $989.88 FWCC-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 278479 8/31/2021 WALTER E NELSON CO., 8/17/2021 823045 $94.97 FWCC-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 278479 8/31/2021 WALTER E NELSON CO., 6/29/2021 814946 $1,950.69 DBC--JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 278479 8/31/2021 WALTER E NELSON CO., 4/1/2021 801955 $368.95 PKM-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 278479 8/31/2021 WALTER E NELSON CO., 8/16/2021 822748 $372.40 PKM-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 278479 8/31/2021 WALTER E NELSON CO., 8/11/2021 820302 $-232.60 CHB-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 278637 9/15/2021 WALTER E NELSON CO., 8/20/2021 823703 $1,192.35 CHB-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 278637 9/15/2021 WALTER E NELSON CO., 8124/2021 824146 $118.09 CHB-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 278637 9115/2021 WALTER E NELSON CO., 9/112021 825635 $251.86 PKM-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 278637 9/1512021 WALTER E NELSON CO., 9/2/2021 825904 $281.20 PKDBC-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 278637 9/15/2021 WALTER E NELSON CO., 8/25/2021 824502 $486.22 FWCC-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 278637 9/15/2021 WALTER E NELSON CO., 9/1/2021 825634 $1,206 40 FWCC-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 278637 9/15/2021 WALTER E NELSON CO., 8/18/2021 823225 $750.06 PKM-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 278637 9/15/2021 WALTER E NELSON CO., 9/3/2021 826352 $506.99 PKM-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES HUMAN SERVICES -CATHOLIC COMM! $35,944.07 278137 8113/2021 CATHOLIC COMMUNITY SERV7/15/2021 2ND QTR 2021 $9,960.48 CDHS-AG21-065 EMERGENCYASST.- 278156 8/13/2021 CRISIS CONNECTIONS, 6/10/2021 2ND QTR 2021 $6,250.00 CDHS-AG21-061 KING COUNTY 2-1- 278425 8/31/2021 MULTI -SERVICE CENTER, 7/13/2021 2ND QTR 2021 $19,733.59 CDHS-AG21-047 EMERGENCYASSIST IMMUNIZATION CHARGE $103.00 278248 8/13/2021 OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH CEN7/20/2021 72070557 $103.00 HR-DOT PHYS PREPL INSURANCE -STOP LOSS $132,441.59 802213039 8/2/2021 KAISER FOUNDATION HEALTV8/2/2021 AUG 2021 #2 $7,831.36 FI-08/21 ADMIN FEE KAISER HEAL 802213040 8/2/2021 KAISER FOUNDATION HEALTF8/12/2021 AUG 2021 $58,692.90 FI-08/21 ADMIN FEE KAISER HEAL Key Bank Page 27 of 104 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 901213040 9/1/2021 KAISER FOUNDATION HEALTI-9/1/2021 SEPT 2021 $8,164.72 FI-09/21 ADMIN FEE KAISER HEAL 901213039 9/1/2021 KAISER FOUNDATION HEALTh9/1/2021 SEPT 2021 #2 $57,752.61 FI-09/21 ADMIN FEE KAISER HEAL INTEREST -GO BONDS $36,080.80 722219530 7/22/2021 THE BANK OF NEW YORK MEr7/22/2021 HUD 108 COLLECTIONS $36,080.80 CD 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LEASEHOLD EXC TAX- Page 28 of 104 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal LEASEHOLD TAX -RECREATION $708.18 278110 8/2/2021 WA STATE REVENUE DEPT:MI8/2/2021 2ND QTR 2021 $354.09 FI-2Q/21 LEASEHOLD EXC TAX- 278111 8/2/2021 WA STATE REVENUE DEPT:MI8/212021 2ND QTR 21 $354.09 FI-2Q/21 LEASEHOLD EXC TAX - LEGAL NOTICES $2,186.93 278290 8/13/2021 SOUND PUBLISHING INC, 8/21/2020 FWM906595 $134.56 CDHS-AD ACCT#83722477 278290 8/13/2021 SOUND PUBLISHING INC, 3/6/2020 FWM893180 $100.97 CDHS-AD ACCT#83722477 278457 8/31/2021 SOUND PUBLISHING INC, 6/25/2021 FWM931050 $177.82 CDHS-AD ACCT#83722477 278457 8/31/2021 SOUND PUBLISHING INC, 6/4/2021 FWM929089 $87.73 CK-AD ACCT#83722476 278457 8/31/2021 SOUND PUBLISHING INC, 6/16/2021 FWM930341 $5345 CK-AD ACCT#83722476 278457 8/31/2021 SOUND PUBLISHING INC, 7/9/2021 FWM932198 $57.05 CK-AD ACCT#83722476 278457 8/31/2021 SOUND PUBLISHING INC, 8/27/2021 FWM927840 $302.19 PKM-AD ACCT#86029354 278520 9/15/2021 DAILY 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PD VISA $114.87 PD-LODGING 723213793 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PD VISA $19 99 PD-LODGING 723213793 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PD VISA $189.28 PD-LODGING 723213793 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PD VISA $237.26 PD-NAFTO TRAINING Page 29 of 104 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Descrlptlon AmountGL Total 723213793 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PD VISA $394.22 PD-NAFTO CON 825213793 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PD VISA $317.67 PD-SWAT TRAINING 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $331.17 CD -LODGING 825213793 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PD VISA $-973.85 PD-REFUND HOTEL 825213793 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PD VISA $29.75 PD-WSNIA CONE 825213793 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PD VISA $798.08 PD-WSNIA CONE 825213793 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PD VISA $175,77 PD-WSNIACONF. LONG DISTANCE CHARGES $3,645.73 278139 8/13/2021 CENTURYLINK, 7/20/2021 83993845 $850,66 IT-07/21 PHONE SERVICES 278139 8/13/2021 CENTURYLINK, 7/20/2021 83993845 $850.66 IT-07/21 PHONE SERVICES 278139 8/13/2021 CENTURYLINK, 7/20/2021 83993845 $147.94 IT-07/21 PHONE SERVICES 278512 9/15/2021 CENTURYLINK, 8/20/2021 239067734 $143.72 IT-08/21 PHONE SERVICES 278512 9/15/2021 CENTURYLINK, 8/20/2021 239067734 $826.38 IT-08/21 PHONE SERVICES 278512 9/15/2021 CENTURYLINK, 8/20/2021 239067734 $826.37 IT-08/21 PHONE SERVICES LOW INCOME SENIOR UTAX REBATE $2,393.48 278131 8/13/2021 BENNETT, LYNN 8/12/2021 BENNETT 2020 $85.00 FI-2020 UTILITY TAX REBATE 278134 8/13/2021 BURR, ROBERT H 8/12/2021 BURR 2020 $65.00 FI-2020 UTILITY TAX REBATE 278140 8/13/2021 CHO, CHONG IL 8/12/2021 CHO 2020 $35.00 FI-2020 UTILITY TAX REBATE 278141 8/13/2021 CHOE, OKYU 8/12/2021 CHOE 2020 $90.00 FI-2020 UTILITY TAX REBATE 278149 8/13/2021 CLEAVINGER, GLENN & ROSE8/12/2021 CLEAVINGER 2020 $50.00 FI-2020 UTILITY TAX REBATE 278303 8/13/2021 TAYLOR, RICHARD 8/1212021 TAYLOR 2020 $60.00 FI-2020 UTILITY TAX REBATE 278309 8/13/2021 TIDWELL, PAULINE C 8/12/2021 TIDWELL2020 $100.00 FI-2020 UTILITY TAX REBATE 278317 8/13/2021 ULMER, MARGARET J. 8/12/2021 ULMER 2020 $85 00 FI-2020 UTILITY TAX REBATE 278321 8/13/2021 VAN SICKEL, MARY 8/12/2021 VAN SICKEL 2020 $85.00 FI-2020 UTILITY TAX REBATE 278335 8/13/2021 YARROLL, JANICE 8/12/2021 YARROLL 2020 $70.00 FI-2020 UTILITY TAX REBATE 278275 8/13/2021 RAGAN, MARIANNE 8/12/2021 RAGAN 2020 $70.00 FI-2020 UTILITY TAX REBATE 278281 8/13/2021 SEMBAR, JOAN 8/12/2021 SEMBAR 2020 $45 00 FI-2020 UTILITY TAX REBATE Page 30 of 104 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 278284 8/13/2021 SHIM, STANLEY 8/12/2021 SHIM 2020 $100.00 FI-2020 UTILITY TAX REBATE 278285 8/13/2021 SIMMS, ROBERT & SANDRA 8/12/2021 SIMMS 2020 $100.00 FI-2020 UTILITY TAX REBATE 278295 8/13/2021 STIERWALT, LARRY 8/1212021 STIERWALT 2020 $35.00 FI-2020 UTILITY TAX REBATE 278299 8/13/2021 STURGIS, DOROTHY J 8/12/2021 STURGIS 2020 $100.00 FI-2020 UTILITY TAX REBATE 278222 8/13/2021 LEE, JESSICA 8/12/2021 LEE 2020 $10.00 FI-2020 UTILITY TAX REBATE 278232 8/13/2021 LYUBOV, PRIKHODKO 8/12/2021 LYUBOV 2020 $90.00 FI-2020 UTILITY TAX REBATE 278235 8/13/2621 MCKINZIE, ELISA 8/12/2021 MCKINZIE 2020 $35 00 FI-2020 UTILITY TAX REBATE 278237 8/13/2021 MONTALVO, SANDRA 8/12/2021 MONTALVO 2020 $35.00 FI-2020 UTILITY TAX REBATE 278252 8/13/2021 OPHEIM, CAROL 8/12/2021 OPHEIM 2020 $35,00 FI-2020 UTILITY TAX REBATE 278274 8/13/2021 QUON, MICHAEL 8/12/2021 QUON 2020 $80.00 FI-2020 UTILITY TAX REBATE 278210 8/13/2021 KIM, SO SUK 8/1212021 KIM 2020 $35.00 FI-2020 UTILITY TAX REBATE 278211 8/13/2021 KIM, YO IN 8/12/2021 KIM 2020 $35.00 FI-2020 UTILITY TAX REBATE 278224 8/13/2021 LEE, YUK HUNG 8/12/2021 LEE 2020 $35.00 FI-2020 UTILITYTAX REBATE 278221 8/13/2021 LEE, HYUN D & SOCK Y 8/12/2021 LEE 2020 $35.00 FI-2020 UTILITY TAX REBATE 278223 8/13/2021 LEE, SUNG S 8/12/2021 LEE 2020 $35.00 FI-2020 UTILITY TAX REBATE 278220 8/13/2021 LEE, CHANG K 8/12/2021 LEE 2020 $35.00 FI-2020 UTILITY TAX REBATE 278192 8/13/2021 HERMAN, MARY 8/12/2021 HERMAN 2020 $50.00 FI-2020 UTILITY TAX REBATE 278195 8/13/2021 HOHAGEN, HANS J. 8/12/2021 HOHAGEN 2020 $70.00 FI-2020 UTILITY TAX REBATE 278203 8/13/2021 IN, CHONG Y 8/12/2021 IN 2020 $35.00 FI-2020 UTILITY TAX REBATE 278204 8/13/2021 INGRAM, PATRICIA M. 8/12/2021 INGRAM 2020 $85.00 FI-2020 UTILITY TAX REBATE 278207 8/13/2021 JOHNSON, VICKIE 8/12/2021 JOHNSON 2020 $10 00 FI-2020 UTILITY TAX REBATE 278208 8/13/2021 KANG, GAP SOO 8/12/2021 KANG 2020 $40.00 FI-2020 UTILITY TAX REBATE 278164 8/13/2021 DURHAM, GUST E 8/12/2021 DURHAM 2020 $25.00 FI-2020 UTILITY TAX REBATE 278179 8/13/2021 GARABATO, JUDITH 8/12/2021 GARABATO 2020 $70.00 FI-2020 UTILITY TAX REBATE 278181 8/13/2021 GEYMAN, CAROLYN H. 8/12/2021 GEYMAN 2020 $55.00 FI-2020 UTILITY TAX REBATE 278183 8/13/2021 GOEBEL, BARBARA 8/12/2021 GOEBEL 2020 $10.00 FI-2020 UTILITY TAX REBATE Page 31 of 104 Key Bank Check No, Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 278185 8/13/2021 GROTH, MARY 8/12/2021 GROTH 2O20 $55.00 FI-2020 UTILITY TAX REBATE 278186 8/13/2021 GUYTON, JOYCE 8/12/2021 GUYTON 2020 $100.00 FI-2020 UTILITY TAX REBATE 278563 9/15/2021 KWON, SHINJA (CINDY) & RO)9/14/2021 KWON 2018 $118.48 FI-2017 UTRP REISSUE MAYOR'S RECONITION AND AWARD P $257.03 277971 7/30/2021 D J TROPHY, 7/19/2021 285497 $257.03 MO -ENGRAVING MECHANICAL PERMITS $622.06 278099 7/30/2021 WASHINGTON ENERGY SERV7/12/2021 21-101963 $85.48 CD -REFUND CANCELLATION 21-1019 278099 7/30/2021 WASHINGTON ENERGY SERV7/12/2021 21-102016 21-102017 $224.33 CD -REFUND CANCELLATION 21-1020 278117 8/13/2021 ADVANCED FILTER & MECHAI'7/22/2021 21-103013 14 15 $193.08 CD -REFUND CANCELLATION 21-1030 278330 8/13/2021 WASHINGTON ENGERGY SER7/27/2021 21-101992 $119.17 CD -REFUND CANCELLATION 21-1019 MEDICAL SERVICES $22,683.63 278007 7/30/2021 KING COUNTY FINANCE 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FI-MILEAGE REIMB 278382 8/31/2021 ETTINGER, ROBERT 8/18/2021 ETTINGER 2021 $210.56 DBC-MILEAGE REIMB MINOR DP EQUIPMENT $981.63 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $981 63 IT -MINOR EQUIP MINOR DP SOFTWARE $1,833.18 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/2312021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $733.18 PWTR-MNTHLY MEMB 825214759 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 CITY VISA $1,100.00 MOED-SOFTWARE MINOR EQUIP-MISC $86,344.97 723213793 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7123/2021 JUNE 2021 PD VISA $48.18 PD-MINOR EQUIP 723213793 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PD VISA $132.06 PD-MINOR EQUIP 723213793 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PD VISA $4.759.93 PD-MINOR EQUIP 723213793 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PD VISA $56.10 PD-MINOR EQUIP 723213793 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7123/2021 JUNE 2021 PD VISA $26.37 PD-MINOR EQUIP 723213793 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PD VISA $4,958.27 PD-MINOR EQUIP 723213793 7/2312021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PD VISA $4,668.26 PD-MINOR EQUIP Page 33 of 104 Key Bank Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal Check No. Date 723213793 7/2312021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PD VISA $70.46 PD-MINOR EQUIP 723213793 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/2312021 JUNE 2021 PD VISA $770.68 PD-MINOR EQUIP 723213793 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PD VISA $610,00 PD-MINOR EQUIP 723213793 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7123/2021 JUNE 2021 PD VISA $3,953.10 PD-MINOR EQUIP 723219491 7123/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $176.14 SWM-MINOR EQUIP 723219491 7I23I2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $16.48 SWM-MINOR EQUIP 723219491 7I2312021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $11.01 SWM-MINOR EQUIP 277996 7/30/2021 GRAINGER INC, 2/4/2021 9796487883 $43.37 SWM-FACILITY MAINT SUPPLIES 277996 7/30/2021 GRAINGER INC, 3/9/2021 9830305877 $45.89 SWM-FACILITY MAINT SUPPLIES 277946 7/30/2021 AGRISHOP INC, 7/20/2021 241457/2 $463.25 PKM-EQUIPMENT PARTS &REPAIRS $59.91 278047 7/30/2021 PETTY CASH -POLICE DEPT, 7(712021 033366 PD-CELL PHONE CHARGER/CABLE- 277996 7/30/2021 GRAINGER INC, 6/17/2021 9909935505 $614.13 SWM-FACILITY MAINT SUPPLIES 277996 7/30/2021 GRAINGER INC, 6/18/2021 9938176808 $40.09 SWM-FACILITY MAINT SUPPLIES $8.80 278047 7/30/2021 PETTY CASH -POLICE DEPT, 7/7/2021 033366 PD-LIGHT BULB REPL JAIL TRANSP $17.59 278047 7130/2021 PETTY CASH -POLICE DEPT, 717/2021 033366 PD-BDU KEYS- $1, 825.00 278061 7/30/2021 SONS OF LIBERTY GUN WORI7/2/2021 499 PD-11.5 L9 SBR FET OUT M4-76- $66 05 278047 7/30/2021 PETTY CASH -POLICE DEPT, 717/2021 033366 PD-BICYCLE PARTS- $13.64 278047 7130/2021 PETTY CASH -POLICE DEPT, 7/7/2021 033366 PD-WINDOW PUNCH $66.74 278047 7/30/2021 PETTY CASH -POLICE DEPT, 717/2021 033366 PD-SWAT RIFLE PARTS- 278012 7/30/2021 KRUSE, CATRIONA 7/20/2021 KRUSE 2021 $600.00 PD-EQUIP ALLOW $660.00 278310 8/13/2021 TIGER MOUNTAIN WOODCRA7/12/2021 07/12/21 PD-OPER SUPPLIES 278129 8/13/2021 BARCODING INC, DBAVERSIT7/20I2021 0000110161 $1, 603.00 IT - PD Honeywell 1950G 2D bar 278129 8/13/2021 BARCODING INC, 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825213793 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PD VISA $39.06 PD-MINOR EQUIP 825213793 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PD VISA $1,978.69 PD-MINOR EQUIP 825213793 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PD VISA $552.90 PD-MINOR EQUIP 825213793 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PD VISA $75.25 PD-MINOR EQUIP 825213793 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PD VISA $33.88 PD-MINOR EQUIP 825213793 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PD VISA $1,648.46 PD-MINOR EQUIP 825213793 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PD VISA $319.28 PD-MINOR EQUIP 825213793 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PD VISA $2,197.02 PD-MINOR EQUIP 825213793 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PD VISA $71.99 PD-MINOR EQUIP 825213793 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PD VISA $308.13 PD-MINOR EQUIP 825213793 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PD VISA $30.80 PD-MINOR EQUIP 825213793 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PD VISA $161.10 PD-MINOR EQUIP 825213793 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PD VISA $792 72 PD-MINOR EQUIP 825213793 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PD VISA $357.45 PD-MINOR EQUIP 825213793 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PD VISA $1,305 54 PD-MINOR EQUIP 825213793 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PD VISA $2,197.02 PD-MINOR EQUIP 825213793 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PD VISA $2,021.73 PD-MINOR EQUIP 825213793 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PD VISA $1.772.89 PD-MINOR EQUIP 825213793 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PD VISA $2.021.73 PD-MINOR EQUIP Page 35 of 104 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTolal 825213793 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PD VISA $509.51 PD-MINOR EQUIP 825213793 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PD VISA $172.36 PD-MINOR EQUIP 825213793 8125/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PD VISA $88,06 PD-MINOR EQUIP 825213793 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PD VISA $85.00 PD-MINOR EQUIP 825213793 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PD VISA $82.56 PD-MINOR EQUIP 278458 8/31/2021 SOUND UNIFORM/BRATWEAR7/31/2021 202107SU162 $2,583.87 PD-UNIFORM/EQUIPMENT 278474 8/31/2021 VERIZON WIRELESS, 8/13/2021 9886257096 $875.27 IT/PAEClPD-07121 CELLULAR SVC 278487 8/31/2021 ZAICHKIN, ETHAN 8118/2021 ZAICHKIN 2021 $200 00 PD-MINOR EQUIP 278441 8/31/2021 PRINCE, DAVID 8/18/2021 PRINCE 2021 $600.00 PD-EQUIPMENT ALLOW 278347 8/31/2021 AGRISHOP INC, 8/5/2021 65226/1 $355.61 PKM-EQUIPMENT PARTS &REPAIRS 278501 9/15/2021 ANTHOLT, JUSTIN 9/312021 ANTHOLT 2021 $600,00 PD-CLOTHING ALLOW. 278608 9/15/2021 SOUND UNIFORM/BRATWEAR8/21l2021 202108SU194 $2,375.78 PD-UNIFORMIEQUIPMENT 278562 9/15/2021 KUBL GROUP LLC, 8/27/2021 1933 $24,909.17 IT/PD -AVIGILON NVR SERVER- 278562 9/15/2021 KUBL GROUP LLC, 8127/2021 1933 $2,515,83 Sales Tax MISC PROFESSIONAL SVS-INTERGOV $84,549.31 278093 7/30/2021 WA STATE DEPT OF TRANSPC4/13l2021 RE-313-ATB10413124 $140.99 PWST-CITYWIDE ADPTV TRAFFC CON 278007 7/30/2021 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIV1:6130/2021 11010290 $505.46 IT-AG20-063 KING COUNTY I -NET 278007 7/30/2021 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVI£6/30/2021 11010290 $76.09 IT-AG20-063 KING COUNTY I -NET 278322 8113/2021 WA STATE AUDITOR'S OFFICE7/13/2021 L143236 $32,991.27 FI-STATE AUDITOR SERVICES 278324 8/13/2021 WA STATE DEPT OF TRANSPC7119/2021 RE 41 JZ0247 L031 $3,511.44 PW-PROJECT JZ0247 FEES 278212 8/13/2021 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVI£6130/2021 113107-113118 $528.35 PWIPWTR/PWST/PD-RSD FW#113107- 278212 8/13/2021 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVI£6l30/2021 113107-113118 $821.85 PWIPWTRIPWSTIPD-RSD FW#113107- 278403 8/31/2021 KING COUNTY RADIO, 7/29/2021 00453307 $4,659.43 IT -REPAIR & MAINT $12,752.88 278403 8131/2021 KING COUNTY RADIO, 7/29/2021 17406 IT-07/21 RADIO COMMUNICATION 278402 8/31/2021 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVIS7131/2021 11010359 $505.46 IT-AG20-063 KING COUNTY I -NET $12,384.45 278477 8/31/2021 WA STATE AUDITOR'S OFFICE8/1012021 L143672 FI-STATE AUDITOR SERVICES Page 36 of 104 Key Bank Check No. Data Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 278402 8/31/2021 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVI:7/31/2021 11010359 $76.09 IT-AG20-063 KING COUNTY I -NET 278556 9/15/2021 KING COUNTY RADIO, 8/31/2021 17506 $12,967.58 IT-08/21 RADIO COMMUNICATION 278555 9/15/2021 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVI:7/31/2021 113666-113679 $1,094.99 PW/PWTR/PWST-RSD FW#113666-113 278609 9/15/2021 SOUTH KING FIRE & RESCUE.8/17/2021 0000505 $40.00 PARKS -FIRE PERMIT 278555 9/15/2021 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVI£7/3112021 113666-113679 $1,392.98 PW/PWTR/PWST-RSD FW#113666-113 278609 9/15/2021 SOUTH KING FIRE & RESCUE,8/17/2021 0000473 $100.00 PKDBC-FIRE CODE PERMIT MISC SERVICES & CHARGES $197,814.8a 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $82-58 CD-BLDG RESEARCH 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $5.95 CC-MNTLY SUBSR 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $45.49 LAW -RECORDS REQUEST 723213793 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PD VISA $109.00 PD-SURVEY MONKEY 723213793 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PD VISA $2,146.95 PD-CELLEBRITE CAS 723213793 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PD VISA $60.00 PD-CHEST XRAY 723213793 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PD VISA $355 00 PD-PRE EMPLOY. SCRNING 723213793 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PD VISA $16.50 PD-ADOBE ACCT ACCESS 278051 7/30/2021 PUBLIC SAFETY TESTING, 7/9/2021 2021-477 $50.00 HR-AG16-017 POLICE OFFICER 278051 7/30/2021 PUBLIC SAFETY TESTING, 7/12/2021 2021-313 $1,988.00 PD-AG16-017 POLICE OFFICER 278045 7/30/2021 PETEK & ASSOCIATES, REIGN7/20/2021 894 $385 00 PD-2021 PREMPLOY EVAL 278034 7/30/2021 MV TOWING LLC, 7/19/2021 20071 $77-07 PD-VEHICLE TOW 278034 7/30/2021 MV TOWING LLC, 7/7/2021 19861 $77-07 PD-VEHICLE TOW 278034 7/30/2021 MV TOWING LLC, 7/19/2021 19878 $77-07 PD-VEHICLE TOW 278047 7/30/2021 PETTY CASH -POLICE DEPT, 7/7/2021 033366 $28.58 PD-HAY FOR AS- 278047 7/30/2021 PETTY CASH -POLICE DEPT, 7/7/2021 033366 $66.03 PD-K9 Dog Food- 278047 7/30/2021 PETTY CASH -POLICE DEPT, 7/7/2021 033366 $66.55 PD-K9 DOG FOOD- 278034 7/30/2021 MV TOWING LLC, 7/19/2021 19927 $77.07 PD-VEHICLE TOW 278077 7/30/2021 THUILLIER, JENNIFER 6/30/2021 202140 $750.00 SWR-ADVERTISING Page 37 of 104 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Qescriptlon AmouMGL Total 278065 7/30/2021 SOUTH KING TOOL LIBRARY, 6/30/2021 2100 $1,000.00 SWR-ASSIST WITH PLANNING, PROM 278005 7/30/2021 JOSONJA WATSON, NO WONC7/2/2021 027 $1,000.00 SWR-PROVIDE VIRTUAL CLASS ON B 277987 7/30/2021 FEDERAL WAY FARMERS MAF4/20/2021 201654 $500.00 MO-2021 JUNETEENTH DAY 278109 7/30/2021 YOURMEMBERSHIPCOM INC,6/25/2021 R51371660 $124.75 HR/LAW-JOB POSTING SVC 278095 7/30/2021 WA STATE EMPLOYMENT SEC5/27/2021 21-026064-RDU-G5 $13.50 PD-WORK HISTORY Q WU 278095 7/30/2021 WA STATE EMPLOYMENT SEC7/8/2021 21-032062-RDU-G5 $13.50 PD-WORK HISTORY R. DEBORD 278095 7/30/2021 WA STATE EMPLOYMENT SEC7/12/2021 21-032552-RDU-A3 $13.50 PD-WORK HISTORY C. 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CITY OF LAKEWOOD, 6/8/2021 PD-01669 $20,451.57 FI-05/21 WATPA GRANT REIMB 278145 8/13/2021 CITY OF BONNEY LAKE, 6/9/2021 5302021 $15,263.30 FI-05121 WATPA GRANT AUTO THEF 278144 8/13/2021 CITY OF AUBURN, 6/16/2021 21-035747 $2,916.66 FI-O5/21 GAME FARM PARK ADMIN 278265 8/13/2021 PORT OF SEATTLE, 6/22/2021 CM-4519 $11.272.03 FI-05/01/21-05/30/21 AUTO THEF 278170 8/13/2021 FDS HOLDINGS INC, DBA CAR7/27/2021 REM11550757 $2,720.79 FWCCIPARKS-06121 CARD CONNECT 278172 8/13/2021 FEDERAL WAY FARMERS MAF4/20/2021 201654A $500.00 MO-2021 HEALTH &FITNESS DAY 278170 8/13/2021 FDS HOLDINGS INC, DBA CAR7/27/2021 REM11550757 $2,720,80 FWCC/PARKS-06121 CARD CONNECT 276325' 8/13/2021 WA STATE PATROL, 8/2/2021 122000612 $68.50 PD-BACKGROUND CHECKS Key Bank Page 38 of 104 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description Arno untGLTotal 278240 8/13/2021 MV TOWING LLC, 7/22/2021 20083 $77.07 PD-VEHICLE TOW 278247 8/13/2021 NORTHWEST POLYGRAPH SW12912021 280 $500.00 PD-POLYRAPH CASE#21-7649 278313 8/13/2021 TRANSUNION RISK&ALTERN8/1/2021 837597-202107-1 $211 94 PD-07/21 BACKGROUND CHECKS 278311 8/13/2021 T-MOBILE USA INC, 7/1/2021 9453880181 $210.00 IT-GPS LOCATE 278331 8/13/2021 WASHINGTON POLYGRAPH, 8/12/2021 21027 $1,000.00 PD-POLYGRAPH EXAMINATION 278167 8/13/2021 EQUIFAX CREDIT INFORMATIt7/17/2021 6430693 $76.75 PD-CREDIT REPORTING SVC 278240 8/13/2021 MV TOWING LLC, 7/21/2021 19931 $132.12 PD-VEHICLE TOW 278240 8/13/2021 MV TOWING LLC, 7/27/2021 19889 $77.07 PD-VEHICLE TOW 278240 8/13/2021 MV TOWING LLC, 7/27/2021 19891 $77 07 PD-VEHICLE TOW 278240 8/13/2021 MV TOWING LLC, 7/27/2021 19937 $77.07 PD-VEHICLE TOW 278240 8/13/2021 MV TOWING LLC, 7/27/2021 20087 $77.07 PD-VEHICLE TOW 278127 8/13/2021 ATTORNEY & NOTARY SUPPL7/22/2021 07/22/21 $107.25 LAW -NOTARY RENEWAL & STAMP; T 825213793 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PD VISA $16.50 PD-ADOBE ACCT ACCESS 825213793 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PD VISA $292.81 PD-BOX FOR BADGES 825213793 8/25/2021 US BANK, 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Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 278387 8/31/2021 FDS HOLDINGS INC, DBA CAR8/16/2021 REM11554126 $2,747.80 FWCC/PARKS-07/21 CARD CONNECT 278387 8/31/2021 FDS HOLDINGS INC, DBA CAR8/16/2021 REM11554127 $188.77 FWCC/PARKS-07/21 CARD CONNECT 278387 8/31/2021 FDS HOLDINGS INC, DBA CARB/18/2021 REM11550758 $414.69 FWCC/PARKS-01/21 CARD CONNECT 278474 8/31/2021 VERIZON WIRELESS, 8/13/2021 9886257099 $564.75 PD-07/21 CELLULAR SVC ACCT# 278448 8/31/2021 REGIONAL TOXICOLOGY SER7/31/2021 61294073121 $442.10 MC -DRUG TESTS 278389 8/31/2021 FEDERAL WAY FARMERS MAF8/14/2021 201702 $500.00 MO-FWFM ARTS & EVENT DAY 278387 8/31/2021 FDS HOLDINGS INC, DBA CAR8116/2021 REM11554126 $2,747.80 FWCC/PARKS-07/21 CARD CONNECT 278387 8/31/2021 FDS HOLDINGS INC, DBA CAR8/16/2021 REM11554127 $188.78 FWCC/PARKS-07/21 CARD CONNECT 278387 8/31/2021 FDS HOLDINGS INC, DBA CAR8118/2021 REM11550758 $414.69 FWCC/PARKS-01/21 CARD CONNECT 278467 8/31/2021 THUILLIER, JENNIFER 8/2/2021 202142 $493.00 PSWR-GRAPHIC DESIGN SERVICES F 278460 8/31/2021 SOUTH KING TOOL LIBRARY, 8/3/2021 2103 $250,00 SWR-ASSIST WITH PLANNING, PRO 278386 8/31/2021 FAR WEST TECHNOLOGIES IM/10/2021 21724-01 $1,083.24 PD-CARD ACCESS SYSTEM 278453 8/31/2021 SEDERBERG, ANDREW 8/10/2021 SEDERBERG 2021 $143.60 PD-OPER SUPPLIES 278390 8/31/2021 FEDERAL WAY INDOOR RANG8113/2021 221 $605.55 PD-INDIVIDUAL RANGE US 278424 8/31/2021 MULTICARE CENTERS OF, OC8/1912021 148187 $1,296.00 PD-OFFICER PHYSICAL 278412 8/31/2021 LEXISNEXIS RISK, 7/31/2021 1470204-20210731 $10,323.81 PD-ANNUAL SUB AG#18-072 278390 8/31/2021 FEDERAL WAY INDOOR RANC-8/9/2021 220 $605.55 PD-INDIVIDUAL RANGE USE 278390 8131/2021 FEDERAL WAY INDOOR RANC-8/3/2021 219 $52,85 PD-INDIVIDUAL RANGE US 278444 8/31/2021 PUBLIC SAFETY TESTING, 8/10/2021 2021-503 $100.00 PD-AG16-017 POLICE OFFICER 278426 8/31/2021 MV TOWING LLC, 8/11/2021 20315 $154.14 PD-VEHICLE TOW 278426 8/31/2021 MVTOWING LLC, 8/1312021 20506 $77.07 PD-VEHICLE TOW 278426 8/31/2021 MV TOWING LLC, 8/16/2021 20322 $77.07 PD-VEHICLE TOW 278426 8/31/2021 MV TOWING LLC, 8/1/2021 19334 $77.07 PD-VEHICLE TOW 278426 8/31/2021 MV TOWING LLC, 8/5/2021 19941 $77.07 PD-VEHICLE TOW 278430 8/31/2021 NORTHWEST POLYGRAPH SW/10/2021 281 $500.00 PD-POLYRAPH 278438 8/31/2021 PIERCE COUNTY SECURITY 118/5/2021 395159 $7,227.00 MC -SECURITY SERVICES AG16-023 Page 40 of 104 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice DeSgcnp on AmountGL Total 278412 8/31/2021 LEXISNEXIS RISK, 7/31/2021 1470204-20210731 $10,323.82 PD-ANNUAL SUB AG#18-072 278489 9/10/2021 NEIL HUBBARD ENTERPRISEE9/9/2021 20210911 $250.00 MO -BAG PIPING SVCS 9/11/21 278577 9/15/2021 MULTI -SERVICE CENTER, 9/2/2021 DEV2021-3715-8 $5,000.00 MO -SPONSORSHIP LUNCHEON 278547 9/15/2021 HP INC., 7/6/2021 9011877099 $4,054.76 IT-PD-GETAC- 278578 9/15/2021 MV TOWING LLC, 8/24/2021 19948 $77.07 PD-VEHICLE TOW 278630 9/15/2021 VERIZON WIRELESS, 8/12/2021 9886117158 $40,01 PD-07/21 WATPA CELLULAR SVC AC 278514 9/15/2021 CITY OF TACOMA POLICE DEF9/14/2021 0046 $12,515.78 FI-05/21 WATPA GRANT REIMB 278644 9/15/2021 WOODLAND INDUSTRIES, 9/1/2021 105930 $17,242.49 CD-AG21-121 TAYLOR PROPERTY CL 278578 9/15/2021 MV TOWING LLC, 8/30/2021 20341 $77.07 PD-VEHICLE TOW 278578 9/15/2021 MV TOWING LLC, 8/30/2021 20424 $77.07 PD-VEHICLE TOW 278624 9/15/2021 TRANSUNION RISK & ALTERN9/1/2021 837597-202108-1 $218.33 PD-08/21 BACKGROUND CHECKS 278578 9/15/2021 MV TOWING LLC, 9/3/2021 20432 $77.07 PD-VEHICLE TOW 278523 9/15/2021 EQUIFAX CREDIT INFORMATI(8/17/2021 701VC01748 $41.01 PD-CREDIT REPORTING SVC 278578 9/15/2021 MV TOWING LLC, 8/24/2021 20417 $220.20 PD-VEHICLE TOW 278578 9/15/2021 MV TOWING LLC, 8/24/2021 20418 $220.20 PD-VEHICLE TOW 278578 9/15/2021 MV TOWING LLC, 9/2/2021 20343 $77.07 PD-VEHICLE TOW 278578 9/15/2021 MV TOWING LLC, 9/3/2021 20433 $77.07 PD-VEHICLE TOW 278591 9/15/2021 POWERDMS INC, 9/3/2021 INV-10650 $1,036.34 PD-AG12-168 ANNUAL POWER DMS- 278639 9/15/2021 WASHINGTON POLYGRAPH, 8/23/2021 21031 $500.00 PD-POLYGRAPH EXAMINATION 278643 9/15/2021 WILD WEST INTERNATIONAL 18/30/2021 10243 $15 39 PD-RANGE USE, RSO, GUN RENTAL 278528 9/15/2021 FEDERAL WAY INDOOR RANC9/1/2021 222 $251.03 PD-INDIVIDUAL RANGE US 278519 9/15/2021 D J TROPHY, 8/25/2021 285676 $82.35 PD-SUPPLIES 278636 9/15/2021 WA STATE PATROL, 9/1/2021 122000796 $68,50 PD-BACKGROUND CHECKS 278578 9/15/2021 MV TOWING LLC, 8/19/2021 20509 $77.07 PD-VEHICLE TOW $7,949.52 NATURAL GAS 278272 8/13/2021 PUGET SOUND ENERGY INC, 7/23/2021 220006213759 $24.90 PKM-07/21 726 S 356TH GAS #493 Page 41 of 104 Key Bank Check No. date. Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 278595 9/15/2021 PUGET SOUND ENERGY INC, 8/18/2021 220006213759 $12.48 PKM-08/21 726 S 356TH GAS #493 278595 9/15/2021 PUGET SOUND ENERGY INC, 9/14/2021 220006213759 $12.48 PKM-07121 726 S 356TH GAS #493 278595 9/15/2021 PUGET SOUND ENERGY INC, 6/21/2021 300000001978 $3,294.62 FWCC- 876 S 333RD GAS 00128924 278595 9/15/2021 PUGET SOUND ENERGY INC, 7/22/2021 300000001978 $1,593.22 FWCC- 876 S 333RD GAS 00128924 278595 9/15/2021 PUGET SOUND ENERGY INC, 8/24/2021 300000001978 $177.55 FWCC- 876 S 333RD GAS 00128924 278595 9115/2021 PUGET SOUND ENERGY INC, 6/2112021 300000001978 $48,41 CHB- 31104 28TH AVE S HAUGE 278595 9/15/2021 PUGET SOUND ENERGY INC, 6/21/2021 300000001978 $150.75 CHB- 31104 28TH AVE S STLK SHO 278595 9/15/2021 PUGET SOUND ENERGY INC, 6/21/2021 300000001978 $136.44 CHB- 600 S 333RD EVID BLDG 000 278595 9/15/2021 PUGET SOUND ENERGY INC, 7/22/2021 300000001978 $48.45 CHB- 600 S 333RD EVID BLDG 000 278595 9/15/2021 PUGET SOUND ENERGY INC, 7/22/2021 300000001978 $75.49 CHB- 31104 28TH AVE S STLK SHO 278595 9/15/2021 PUGET SOUND ENERGY INC, 7/22/2021 300000001978 $22.41 CHB- 31104 28TH AVE S HAUGE 278595 9/15/2021 PUGET SOUND ENERGY INC, 8/24/2021 300000001978 $19.03 CHB- 31104 28TH AVE SHAUGE 278595 9/15/2021 PUGET SOUND ENERGY INC, 8/24/2021 300000001978 $41,93 CHB- 31104 28TH AVE S STLK SHO 278595 9/15/2021 PUGET SOUND ENERGY INC, 8/24/2021 300000001978 $40.85 CHB- 600 S 333RD EVID BLDG 000 278595 9/15/2021 PUGET SOUND ENERGY INC, 6/21/2021 300000001978 $202.26 PKM- 726 S 356TH BROOKLAKE C- 278595 9/15/2021 PUGET SOUND ENERGY INC, 7/22/2021 300000001978 $64.66 PKM- 726 S 356TH BROOKLAKE C- 278595 9/15/2021 PUGET SOUND ENERGY INC, 8/24/2021 300000001978 $58.98 PKM- 726 S 356TH BROOKLAKE C- 278595 9/15/2021 PUGET SOUND ENERGY INC, 6/21/2021 300000001978 $650.29 DBC- 3200 SW DASH PT ROAD- 278595 9/15/2021 PUGET SOUND ENERGY INC, 7/22/2021 300000001978 $566.57 DBC- 3200 SW DASH PT ROAD- 278595 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MEDIA SERVICES 278645 9/15/2021 ZONES INC, 8/26/2021 K17587700101 $1,620.30 IT -ARCHIVAL EMAIL; MIMECAST- 278645 9/15/2021 ZONES INC, 8/26/2021 K17587700101 $1,351.35 IT -ARCHIVAL EMAIL; MIMECAST- 278645 9/15/2021 ZONES INC, 8/26/2021 K17587700101 $2,433,75 IT -ARCHIVAL EMAIL; MIMECAST- 278645 9/15/2021 ZONES INC, 8/26/2021 K17587700101 $1,578.94 IT -ARCHIVAL EMAIL; MIMECAST— 278645 9/15/2021 ZONES INC, 8/26/2021 K17587700101 $705 42 Sales Tax $7,952.25 OFFICE SUPPLIES 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $14 88 SWM-OFFICE SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $668.43 FWCC-OFFICE SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $165.09 FWCC-OFFICE SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $17,51 FI-OFFICE SUPPLIES 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $285.00 MC -OFFICE SUPPLIES 723219491 7I23I2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $57.98 IT -OFFICE SUPPLIES 723213793 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PWIPWST/SWM-OFFICE SUPPLIES 278040 7/30/2021 OFFICE DEPOT, 7/9/2021 17691967001 $32.25 PD-OFFICE SUPPLIES 278040 7/30/2021 OFFICE DEPOT, 719/2021 180098764001 $30.28 PD-OFFICE SUPPLIES 278152 8/13/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7/20/2021 2064558-0 $55.73 SWM- OFFICE SUPPLIES 278152 8/13/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7/21/2021 2064861-0 $19.43 HR-OFFICE SUPPLIES 278152 8113/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7126/2021 2064861-1 $13.15 HR-OFFICE SUPPLIES 278152 8/13/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 8/2/2021 2067359-0 $64.60 CC -OFFICE SUPPLIES Page 45 of 104 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Rate Invoice bescript-1 AmountGLTotal 278152 8/13/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 8/4/2021 2068135-0 $3.33 CC -OFFICE SUPPLIES 278152 8/13/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7/14/2021 2063275-0 $74.67 PW/PWTR/PWST OFFICE SUPPLIES 278152 8/13/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7/15/2021 2063390-0 $171.75 PWST-OFFICE SUPPLIES 278152 8/13/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7/21/2021 2063390-1 $34.19 PWST- OFFICE SUPPLIES 278152 8/13/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7/26/2021 2065658-0 $100.17 PKM-OFFICE SUPPLIES 278152 8/13/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7/27/2021 2065266-1 $11.45 MOED-OFFICE SUPPLIES 278225 8/13/2021 LENOVO INC, 5/7/2020 068622 $23.10 IT-MO-TIM JOHNSON LAPTOP THINK 278152 8/13/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7/15/2021 2063522-0 $61.02 HR-OFFICE SUPPLIES 278197 8/13/2021 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-250078/4/2021 6522206 $18.68 IT -REPAIR & MAINT SUPPLIES 278152 8/13/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7/23/2021 2059452-1 $11.46 MO -OFFICE SUPPLIES 278152 8/13/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 8/2/2021 2067467-0 $14.45 MO -OFFICE SUPPLIES 278152 8/13/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 8/2/2021 2065658-1 $8 59 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $248.21 PKM-OFFICE SUPPLS 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $21,60 CD -OFFICE SUPPLS 825214759 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 CITY VISA $37.62 MO -OFFICE SUPPLIES 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $48.42 HR-OFFICE SUPPLS 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $4.71 HR-OFFICE SUPPLS 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $6.72 CD -OFFICE SUPPLS 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $13.44 CD -OFFICE SUPPLS 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $27.71 PW-MNTHLY MEMB 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $37.32 LAW -OFFICE SUPPLIES 825214759 8/25/2021 US BANK, 6/25/2021 JULY 2021 CITY VISA $117.01 FI-OFFICE SUPPLIES 825214759 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 CITY VISA $1,055.31 FWCC-AIR PURIFIER FILTERS 825214759 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 CITY VISA $17.60 FWCC-OFFICE SUPPLIES 825214759 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 CITY VISA $20.37 FWCC-OFFICE SUPPLIES 825214759 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 CITY VISA $125.17 FWCC-OFFICE SUPPLIES Page 46 of 104 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor Invo[ve Date Involve De=lpLon AmountGL �otal 825214759 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 CITY VISA $42.78 FWCC-OFFICE SUPPLIES 825214759 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 CITY VISA $20.91 FWCC-OFFICE SUPPLIES 825214759 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 CITY VISA $51,00 FWCC-OFFICE SUPPLIES 825214759 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 CITY VISA $398.38 FWCC-OFFICE SUPPLIES 825214759 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 CITY VISA $77.07 MC-ALCO SENSOR MOUTHPIECES 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $6.24 CD -OFFICE SUPPLS 825213793 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PD VISA $14.30 PD-OFFICE SUPPLS 278432 8/31/2021 OFFICE DEPOT, 7/29/2021 185604097001 $22.20 PD-OFFICE SUPPLIES 278432 8/31/2021 OFFICE DEPOT, 7/29/2021 185605364001 $58.09 PD-OFFICE SUPPLIES 278432 8/31/2021 OFFICE DEPOT, 8/4/2021 181377396001 $24.07 PD-OFFICE SUPPLIES 278432 8/31/2021 OFFICE DEPOT, 8/4/2021 181420533001 $32.50 PD-OFFICE SUPPLIES 278368 8/31/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 8/11/2021 2069857-0 $25.20 PW/PWTRIPWST/SWMISWR-OFFICE SU 278368 8/31/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7/22/2021 2065340-0 $18.99 CD -OFFICE SUPPLIES 278368 8/31/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7/23/2021 2065340-1 $3.41 CD -OFFICE SUPPLIES 278368 . 8/31/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 8/6/2021 2065340-3 $3,05 CD -OFFICE SUPPLIES 278368 8/31/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 8/11/2021 2069832-0 $12.27 CD -OFFICE SUPPLIES 278448 8/31/2021 REGIONAL TOXICOLOGYSER8/3/2021 20370 $165.00 MC -DRUG TESTS 278368 8/31/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 8/5/2021 2068018-0 $112.63 MC -OFFICE SUPPLIES 278368 8/31/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 8/12/2021 2069884-0 $60.57 MC -OFFICE SUPPLIES 278368 8/31/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 8/17/2021 2069884-1 $7.06 MC -OFFICE SUPPLIES 278368 8/31/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 8/11/2021 2069857-0 $20.16 PWIPWTRIPWST/SWMISWR-OFFICE SU 278368 8/31/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 8/3/2021 2067913-0 $52.65 PW-OFFICE SUPPLIES 278368 8/31/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 8/11/2021 2069857-0 $15.13 PW/PWTR/PWST/SWMISWR-OFFICE SU 278368 8/31/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 8/6/2021 2068135-1 $13.79 CC -OFFICE SUPPLIES 278368 8/31/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7/22/2021 2065340-0 $63.85 CD -OFFICE SUPPLIES 278368 8/31/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7/23/2021 2065340-1 $7.35 CD -OFFICE SUPPLIES Page 47 of 104 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 278368 8/31/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 8/6/2021 2065340-3 $6.57 CD -OFFICE SUPPLIES 278368 8/31/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 8/11/2021 2069832-0 $2643 CD -OFFICE SUPPLIES 278368 8/31/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 8/6/2021 2065340-3 $3,28 CD -OFFICE SUPPLIES 278368 8/31/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 8/11/2021 2069832-0 $13.21 CD -OFFICE SUPPLIES 278368 8/31/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 8111/2021 2069857-0 $15.13 PW/PWTR/PWST/SWM/SWR-OFFICE SU 278368 8/31/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 813/2021 2067913-0 $80.26 PW-OFFICE SUPPLIES 278368 8/31/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 8/11/2021 2069857-0 $20.16 PW/PWTR/PWST/SWM/SWR-OFFICE SU 278368 8/31/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7/28/2021 2066594-0 $24.93 LAW -OFFICE SUPPLIES 278368 8/31/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7/22/2021 2065340-0 $25.40 CD -OFFICE SUPPLIES 278368 8/31/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7/23/2021 2065340-1 $3.68 CD -OFFICE SUPPLIES 278368 8131/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 8/17/2021 2071105-0 $4.29 MO -OFFICE SUPPLIES 278368 8/31/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 8/18/2021 2071105-1 $13.15 MO -OFFICE SUPPLIES 278368 8/31/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7/22/2021 2065340-0 $65.74 CD -OFFICE SUPPLIES 278368 8/31/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7123/2021 2065340-1 $11.82 CD -OFFICE SUPPLIES 278368 8/31/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7/28/2021 2065340-2 $17.41 CD -OFFICE SUPPLIES 278368 8/31/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 8/6/2021 2065340-3 $10.55 CD -OFFICE SUPPLIES 278368 8131/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 8/1112021 2069832-0 $42.48 CD -OFFICE SUPPLIES 278368 8/31/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 8/11/2021 2069857-0 $5.04 PWIPWTRIPWSTISWMISWR-OFFICE SU 278515 9/15/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 8/18/2021 2071227-0 $7.96 PWIPWTR/PWSTISWM/SWR-OFFICE SU 278515 9/15/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 9/1/2021 2074488-0 $42135 PKM-OFFICE SUPPLIES 278515 9/15/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 8/17/2021 2070916-0 $157.83 LAW -OFFICE SUPPLIES 278515 9/15/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 8/19/2021 2071607-0 $10.38 LAW -OFFICE SUPPLIES 278515 9/15/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 8118/2021 2071227-0 $31.85 PWIPWTR/PWST/SWM/SWR-OFFICE SU 278515 9/15/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 8/18/2021 2071227-0 $23.89 PW/PWTR/PWST/SWM/SWR-OFFICE SU 278613 9/15/2021 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAB/31/2021 3486221259 $96.51 PD-SUPPLIES 278613 9/15/2021 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTA/31/2021 3486221260 $8.48 PD-OFFICE SUPPLIES Page 48 of 104 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 278613 9/15/2021 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTM/31/2021 3486221261 $30.16 PD-OFFICE SUPPLIES 278515 9115/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 8/30/2021 2073782-0 $19.20 MOED-OFFICE SUPPLIES 278515 9/15/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 8/26/2021 2068135-2 $14.91 CC -OFFICE SUPPLIES 278515 9/15/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 8/19/2021 2071227-1 $1.64 PW-OFFICE SUPPLIES 278515 9/15/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 8/26/2021 2073432-0 $8.08 PW-OFFICE SUPPLIES 278515 9/15/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 8/30/2021 2073999-0 $18.34 PW-OFFICE SUPPLIES 278515 9/15/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 8/1812021 2071227-0 $84.68 PW/PWTR/PWST/SWM/SWR-OFFICE SU 278515 9/15/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 8/26/2021 2073432-0 $52.83 PW-OFFICE SUPPLIES 278515 9/15/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 8/30/2021 2073999-0 $55.53 PW-OFFICE SUPPLIES 278515 9/15/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 8/18/2021 2071227-0 $23.89 PW/PWTR/PWST/SWM/SWR-OFFICE SU 278515 9/15/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 9/1/2021 2073887-0 $28.57 HR-OFFICE SUPPLIES 278515 9/15/2021 COMPLETE OFFICE, 8/1E/2021 2071227-0 $39.82 PW/PWTR/PWST/SWM/SWR-OFFICE SU 278613 9/15/2021 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTf8/31/2021 3486221257 $471.89 PD OFFICE SUPPLIES OPERATING RENTALS/LEASES $104,879.67 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $25.90 CK-SHREDDING SVC 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $25.90 CK-SHREDDING SVC 278128 8/13/2021 BALLI ROAD LLC, 8/1/2021 3429 $3,000.00 PD-AG21-016 POLICE SUBSTATION 278305 6/13/2021 THE HUMANE SOCIETY FOR, 8/212021 IVC0002366 $6,333.33 PD-AG21-033 ANIMAL SHELTER PSA 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $7324 CKSHREDDING SVCS 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $12.33 CK-SHREDDING SVCS 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $22.20 CK-SHREDDING SVCS 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $23.73 CK-SHREDDING SVCS 278400 8/31/2021 IRON MOUNTAIN INFORMATIC7/31/2021 DVLK899 $2,300.42 CK-STORAGE SVC 901217663 9/1/2021 FWPAEC QALICB, 9/l/2021 2021 QTR 3 $87,769,00 FI-03-21 SUBLEASE PAYMENT 278550 9/15/2021 IRON MOUNTAIN INFORMATI08/31/2021 DXKK146 $2,293.52 CK-STORAGE SVC 278505 9/15/2021 BALLI ROAD LLC, 9/1/2021 3455 $3,000.00 PD-AG21-016 POLICE SUBSTATION OTHER MISC REVENUE $434.30 Page 49 of 104 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor fnvoioe Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 726213485 7/26/2021 WA STATE REVENUE DEPART7/26/2021 601-223-538 $-2,512.56 FI-06/21 REMIT SALES TAX 726213485 7/26/2021 WA STATE REVENUE DEPART7/26/2021 601-223-538 $273.40 FI-06/21 REMIT SALES TAX 726213485 7/26/2021 WA STATE REVENUE DEPART7/26/2021 601-223-538 $933.60 FI-06/21 REMIT SALES TAX 726213485 7/26/2021 WA STATE REVENUE DEPART7/26/2021 601-223-538 $0.01 FI-06/21 REMIT SALES TAX 731213485 8/31/2021 WA STATE REVENUE DEPART7/31/2021 601-223-538 $12.27 FI-07/21 REMIT SALES TAX 731213485 8/31/2021 WA STATE REVENUE DEPART7/31/2021 601-223-538 $894.23 FI-07/21 REMIT SALES TAX 731213485 8/31/2021 WA STATE REVENUE DEPART7/31/2021 601-223-538 $-35.25 FI-07/21 REMIT SALES TAX OTHER MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE $-11,729.31 726213485 7/26/2021 WA STATE REVENUE DEPART7/26/2021 601-223-538 $-2,197 05 FI-06/21 REMIT SALES TAX 731213485 8/31/2021 WA STATE REVENUE DEPART7/31/2021 601-223-538 $-9,532.26 FI-07/21 REMIT SALES TAX OTHER OPERATING SUPPLIES $40,747.04 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $86.98 FWCC-MNTHLY SVC FEE 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $1.00 SWM-OPER SUPPLIES 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $1.00 SWM-OPER SUPPLIES 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $64.61 SWM-OPER SUPPLIES 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $58.16 SWM-OPER SUPPLIES 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $277.70 CHB-OPER SUPPLIES 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $6.94 CHB-OPER SUPPLIES 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $187.83 CHB-OPER SUPPLIES 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $102.00 PWST-MAINT SUPPLIES 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $229.28 PWST-OPER SUPPLIES 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $603.20 PKM-NEWS SUBSCR 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $3.95 PKM-OPER SUPPLIES 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $105-00 PKM-OPER SUPPLIES 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $22.00 SWR-OTHER SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $20.90 MO-OPER SUPPLES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $124.46 MO-OPER SUPPLIES Page 50 of 104 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $42.18 PARKS-OPER SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $22.01 FWCC-OPER SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $20,36 PARK-OPER SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $122.85 PARKS-OPER SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $18.71 PARKS-OPER SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $140 20 PARKS-OPER SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $87.93 PARKS-OPER SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $107.41 PARKS-OPER SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $6 23 PARK-OPER SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $104 00 PARK-OPER SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $33.02 PARK-OPER SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $57.44 PARK-OPER SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $175.31 PARK-OPER SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $343 48 PARK-OPER SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $28.63 PARKS-OPER SUPPLIES 723214759 -7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $1,066 73 PARKS-OPER SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $19.77 PARK-OPER SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $1,152.24 PARK-OPER SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $964,23 PARK-OPER SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $60.53 PARK-OPER SUPPLIES 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $505.36 PKM-OPER SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $9.19 PARKS-OPER SUPPLIES 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 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MC- JUDGES GAVELS FOR 3 COURTR 278121 8/13/2021 ALPINE PRODUCTS INC, 6/15/2021 TM-202542 $103.49 PW-MAINT SUPPLIES 278260 8/13/2021 PETTY CASH - FWCC, 6124/2021 033382 $18 72 PARKS -DOLLAR TREE -CULTURES & C Page 54 of 104 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description ArnountGL Total 278260 8/13/2021 PETTY CASH - FWCC, 6/24/2021 033382 $15.35 PARKS-WALMART-CRAFTS FOR CULTU 278260 8/13/2021 PETTY CASH - FWCC, 6/24/2021 033382 $4•34 PARKS-WALMART-CULTURES & CRAFT 278260 8/13/2021 PETTY CASH - FWCC, 6/24/2021 033382 $6.00 PARKS -GOODWILL -SCALE FOR LOCKE 278260 8/13/2021 PETTY CASH - FWCC, 6/24/2021 033382 $11.95 PARKS -AMAZON -WIRELESS REMOTES 278260 8/13/2021 PETTY CASH - FWCC, 6/24/2021 033382 $4.72 PARKS-O'REILLYAUTO PARTS -BUTT 278260 8/13/2021 PETTY CASH - FWCC, 6/24/2021 033382 $9.45 PARKS-O'REILLY AUTO PARTS -BUTT 278260 8/13/2021 PETTY CASH - FWCC, 6/24/2021 033382 $38.80 PARKS -HOME DEPOT -WIRE FOR FRON 825214759 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 CITY VISA 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825214759 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 CITY VISA $38.88 PARKS -MOVIE TICKET 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $18.66 PKM-OPER SUPPLIES 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $659.87 SWM-CORRECTION REFUND FRAUD 825213793 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PD VISA $269.73 PD-OPER SUPPLS 825214759 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 CITY VISA $59.43 FI-SUPPLIES 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $18.66 FI-OPER SUPPLIES 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $417.03 PWST-OPER SUPPLS Page 55 of 104 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $132.10 PWST-OPER SUPPLS 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $44.02 PWST-OPER SUPPLS 825213793 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PD VISA $1,234.22 PD-OPER SUPPLS 825213793 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PD VISA $198.10 PD-OPER SUPPLS 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Page 56 of 104 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoicc Description AmountGLTotal 825214759 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 CITY VISA $1,110.60 PARKS-OPER SUPPLIES FOR SUMMER 825214759 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 CITY VISA $412.00 PARKS-OPER SUPPLIES FOR SUMMER 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $155.21 DBC-OPER SUPPLS 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $138.72 DBC-OPER SUPPLS 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $69.33 DBC-OPER SUPPLS 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $326.85 DBC-OPER SUPPLS 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $30.79 DBC-OPER SUPPLS 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $416.36 DBC-OPER SUPPLS 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $385.34 DBC-OPER SUPPLS 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $77.59 DBC-OPER SUPPLS 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $79.81 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6-9621 $73.92 PWST-AG19-182 ON -CALL SURVEYIN 278039 7/30/2021 NORTHWEST ROOF SERVICE5/18/2021 027021 $27,159.03 CDHS-HPR BOETTCHER ROOF REPLAC 277966 7/30/2021 CODE PUBLISHING COMPANY7/23/2021 70332 $763.38 CK-REVISED CODE 278069 7/30/2021 STANLEY CONVERGENT SEC16/13/2021 6001281827 $66.60 DBC-KNUTZEN THEATRE 04/01121-0 278003 7/30/2021 JIMENEZ PRODUCTIONS, DAW/6/2021 07/06/21 $130.50 IT-AG21-009 VIDEO PRODUCTION 278003 7/30/2021 JIMENEZ PRODUCTIONS, DAW/20/2021 07/20/21 $174.00 IT-AG21-009 VIDEO PRODUCTION 278003 7/30/2021 JIMENEZ PRODUCTIONS, DAW/15/2021 07/15/21 $1,200.00 IT-AG21-009 VIDEO PRODUCTION 278002 7/30/2021 JAYRAY ADS & PR INC, DBA JF7/13/2021 007250 $3,311.25 PARKS-PRGM GUIDE TEMPLATE 278020 7/30/2021 LANGUAGE LINE SERVICES, 16/30/2021 10265951 $706,36 PD-LANGUAGE SVC 278071 7/30/2021 SUMMIT LAW GROUP, 7/21/2021 127210 $231.00 HR-AG19-235 LEGAL SVC TEAMSTER 278102 7/30/2021 WEST COAST CODE CONSUL7/2/2021 221-FED-JUN $1,555.00 PW-AG19-070 BUILDING DIVISION 278001 7/30/2021 INTERCOM LANGUAGE SVCS.7/9/2021 21-342 $191.25 LAW-BAARCELO RIVERO 9z0890574 802213040 8/2/2021 KAISER FOUNDATION HEALTF8/12/2021 AUG 2021 $43,274.30 FI-08/21 ADMIN FEE KAISER HEAL 278236 8/13/2021 MILLER, NASH, GRAHAM & DL7/26/2021 2166718 $2,318.50 LAW -AG 18-075 CONDEMNATION LEG 278142 8/13/2021 CHRISTIE LAW GROUP, LLC, 8/3/2021 9515 $655.00 LAW -LEGAL SERVICES AG17-090- 278151 8/13/2021 COMMUNITIES IN SCHOOLS, 7/15/2021 2ND QTR 2021 $2,000.00 CDHS-AG21-042 SCHOOL OUTREACH 278307 8/13/2021 THE WASHINGTON POISON C7/15/2021 2ND QTR 2021 $1,250.00 CDHS-AG21-054 EMERGENCY SERVIC 278137 8/13/2021 CATHOLIC COMMUNITY SERV7/15/2021 2ND QTR 2021 $2,074,99 CDHS-AG21-065 EMERGENCYASST.- 278209 8/13/2021 KENT YOUTH & FAMILY SERVI7115/2021 2ND QTR 2021 $2,000.00 CDHS-AG21-059 BEHAVIORAL HEALT 278239 8/13/2021 MULTI -SERVICE CENTER, 7/15/2021 2ND QTR 2021 $7,000.00 CDHS-AG21-049 FOOD & CLOTHING 278151 8/13/2021 COMMUNITIES IN SCHOOLS, 7/16/2021 2ND QTR 2021 $2.000.00 CDHS-AG21-043 MENTORING- 278162 8/13/2021 DOMESTIC ABUSE WOMEN'S 7/13/2021 2ND QTR 2021 $1,250.00 CDHS-AG21-078 DAWN HOUSING- 278178 8/13/2021 FREEDOM PROJECT, 7/14/2021 2ND QTR 2021 $4,500.00 CDHS-AG21-094 FREEDOM PROJECT- 278153 8/13/2021 CONSEJO COUNSELING &, 7/14/2021 2ND QTR 2021 $4,500.00 CDHS-AG21-074 DOMESTIC VIOLENC 278162 8/13/2021 DOMESTIC ABUSE WOMEN'S 7/14/2021 2ND QTR 2021 $2,250.00 CDHS-AG21-075 COMMUNITYADVOCA Page 65 of 104 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmouistGLTotal 278239 8/13/2021 MULTI -SERVICE CENTER, 7/14/2021 2ND QTR 2021 $1.981.25 CDHS-AG21-048 INFANT FEEDING C 278289 8/13/2021 SOUND, 7/15/2021 2021 2ND QTR $2,000.00 CDHS-AG21 070 PATH- 278320 8/13/2021 VALLEY CITIES COUNSELING,7/9/2021 2021 2ND QTR $6,333.33 CDHS-AG21-046 MENTAL HEALTH CO 278171 8/13/2021 FEDERAL WAY COMMUNITY, 7/9/2021 2ND QTR 2021 $2,250.00 CDHS-AG21-050 RENT ASST. & EME 278336 8/13/2021 YWCA SEATTLE- KING COUNT7/12/2021 2ND QTR 2021 $1.250.00 CDHS-AG21-057 GENDER BASED VI 278137 8/13/2021 CATHOLIC COMMUNITY SERV7/1212021 2ND QTR 2021 $2,500.00 CDHS-AG21-063 VOLUNTEER SRVCS- 278336 8/13/2021 YWCA SEATTLE- KING COUNT7/12/2021 2ND QTR 2021 B $1,250.00 CDHS-AG21-056 CHILDREN'S DOMES 278258 8/13/2021 PEDIATRIC INTERIM CARE CE7/13/2021 2ND QTR 2021 $2.500.00 CDHS-AG21-060 INFANT WITHDRAWA 278271 8/13/2021 PUBLIC HEALTH - SEATTLE Af6/30/2021 2021 2ND QTR $2,000.00 CDHS-AG21-073 SO KING COUNTY M 278156 8/13/2021 CRISIS CONNECTIONS, 6/30/2021 2ND QTR 2021 $2,000,00 CDHS-AG21-061 KING COUNTY 2-1- 278156 8/13/2021 CRISIS CONNECTIONS, 7/1/2021 2ND QTR 2021 $1,250.00 CDHS-AG21-066 CRISIS LINE- 278316 8/13/2021 UKRANIAN COMMUNITY, CEN7/20/2021 2ND QTR 2021 $1,250.00 CDHS-AG21-062 REFUGEE ASST. PG 278287 8/13/2021 SOCIETY OF ST VINCENT DE 7/23/2021 2021 2ND QTR $5,750.00 CDHS-AG21-040 EMERGENCY SEVICE 278123 8/13/2021 AMERICAN TRAFFIC SOLUT1O7/31/2021 INV0016175 $28.500.00 PD-AG21-034 PHOTO ENFORCEMENT 278119 8/13/2021 ALEX ZERBE ENTERTAINMENB/8/2021 08/08/21 $1,200.00 PARKS-ALEX ZERBE ENTERTAINMENT 278198 8/13/2021 HONG KONG MARKET IN, FE[8/1212021 08/12/21 $44,534.07 MOED-PYMT FOR PREMIUM PAY 278194 8/13/2021 HISTORICAL SOCIETY-FEDER.6/30/2021 28 $5.000,00 FI-Q2/21 MOU HISTORICAL SOCIET 278155 8/13/2021 CORRECTIONS SOFTWARE, %/1/2021 50058 $500.00 MC-07/21 PROBATION COMPUTER SY 278205 8/13/2021 INTERCOM LANGUAGE SVCS,7/23/2021 21-350 $1,450.00 MC -INTERPRETER SVC 278115 8/13/2021 ABOU-ZAKI, KAMAL 7/27/2021 07/27/21 $118.00 MC -INTERPRETER SVC 278282 8/13/2021 SEMISI-TUPOU, VAIVAO 7/27/2021 07/27/21 $195.00 MC -INTERPRETER SERVICES 278279 8/13/2021 SAFAROVA-DOWNEY,ALMIRA7/27/2021 07/27/21 $130.00 MC -INTERPRETER SVC 278205 8/13/2021 INTERCOM LANGUAGE SVCS7/2812021 21-365 $1,105.00 MC -INTERPRETER SVC 278270 8/13/2021 PROTECT YOUTH SPORTS, 7/31/2021 883081 $260 00 HR-BACKGROUND CHECK 278174 8/13/2021 FEHER CONSULTING, JOHN C7/23/2021 20210723A $275.00 PKM-MAINT SVCS 278144 8/13/2021 CITY OF AUBURN, 7/22/2021 21-035805 $26,000.00 CC-AG19-019 SK HOUSING & HOMEL Page 66 of 104 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 278199 8/13/2021 HORTON, BARBARA BUCHAN)8/5/2021 08/05/2021 $150.00 SWR-FIXER STIPEND 278244 8/13/2021 NGUYEN, TUAN 8/5/2021 08/05/21 $150.00 SWR-FIXER STIPEND 278188 8/13/2021 HAMLIN, DEANNA MARIE 8/5/2021 08/05/21 $150.00 SWR-FIXER STIPEND 278201 8/13/2021 ICHINAGA, GAILM 8/5/2021 08/05/21 $150.00 SWR-FIXER STIPEND 278202 8/13/2021 ICHINAGA, GARY R 8/5/2021 08/05/21 $150.00 SWR-FIXER STIPEND 278148 8/13/2021 CLEARDATA-FORENSICS LLC,8/5/2021 08/05/21 $150 00 SWR-FIXER STIPEND 278219 8/13/2021 LANE POWELL PC, 7/27/2021 3855944 $104,541.12 PW-AG19-225 LEGAL SERVICES- 278124 8/13/2021 ANDERSON, GEORGE DREW 8/5/2021 08/05/21 $150.00 SWR-FIXER STIPEND 278298 8/13/2021 STRICKLAND, LELSA 8/5/2021 08/05/21 $150.00 SWR-FIXER STIPEND 278297 8/13/2021 STRICKLAND, HOBART 8/5/2021 08/05/21 $150.00 SWR-FIXER STIPEND 278157 8/13/2021 CRYSTAL CARPET CARE, 7/14/2021 10899 $440.00 FWCC-CARPET CLEANING FOR ALDER 278196 8/13/2021 HOLT. MARK L 8/5/2021 08/05/21 $150.00 SWR-FIXER STIPEND 278187 8/1312021 H2 GOVERNMENT RELATIONf8/l/2021 H2_CFW 2083 $3,000.00 MO-AG20-013 LOBBYING SVC 278243 8/13/2021 NAVIA BENEFIT SOLUTIONS, 7/29/2021 10363671 $274.05 HR-FLEX PLAN ADM SVCS AG12-061 278193 8/13/2021 HERRERA ENVIRONMENTAL, 1/12/2021 48036 $387.76 SWM- COMPREHENSIVE PLAN RATE S 278189 8/13/2021 HAWKINS & CRAWFORD. PLL(8/4/2021 20210804 $48,110.00 MO-AG19-109 08121 PUBLIC DEFEN 278216 8/13/2021 KPG INC, 7/30/2021 7-9821 $2,254.72 PWST-AG19-182 ON -CALL SURVEYIN 278191 8/13/2021 HELIX DESIGN GROUP INC, 6/30/2021 0001164 $39,737.25 PW-AG20-925 OPT & MAINT FACILI 825214759 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 CITY VISA $119.24 CDHS-HRP DOT SVC 825214759 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 CITY VISA $119.24 CDHS-HRP DOT SVC 825214759 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 CITY VISA $695.00 FWCC-MOSSA LIC 825214759 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 CITY VISA $270.00 PARKS -STORAGE SVC 825214759 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 CITY VISA $12.99 PARKS -MARKETING SVC 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $2,200.00 HR-GIFT CARDS 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $575.00 HR-GIFTCARDS 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $550.00 HR-GIFT CARDS Key Bank Page 67 of 104 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $1,275.00 HR-GIFT CARDS 278344 8/31/2021 ADURO LLC, 7/31/2021 INV3941 $1,809.50 HR-AG19-209 WELLNESS PGM- 278418 8/31/2021 MADRONA LAW GROUP PLLC;8/4/2021 10873 $1,016.00 LAW-AG19-245 LEGAL SERVICES- 278394 8/31/2021 FLOYD, PFLUEGER & RINGER8/4/2021 63736 $173.86 LAW-AG21-035 LEGAL SVCS 278394 8/31/2021 FLOYD, PFLUEGER & RINGER8/5/2021 63813 $5,992.24 LAW-AG21-035 LEGAL SVCS- 278433 8/31/2021 OGDEN, MURPHY, WALLACE, 8/5/2021 853888 $140.00 LAW-AG18-150 LEGAL SERVICES- 278433 8/31/2021 OGDEN, MURPHY, WALLACE, 8/5/2021 853889 $1,400.00 LAW-AG18-150 LEGAL SERVICES- 278349 8/31/2021 AMERICAN TRAFFIC SOLUT1O5/31/2021 INV0012471 $28,500.00 PD-AG21-034 PHOTO ENFORCEMENT 278425 8/31/2021 MULTI -SERVICE CENTER, 7/23/2021 2ND QTR 2021 $15,763.11 CDHS-AG21-047 EMERGENCY ASSIST 278465 8/31/2021 SYLVAN LEARNING CENTER, 8/10/2021 8/2-8/6 $1,297.50 PARKS -SPECIALTY CLASSES & CAMP 278465 8/31/2021 SYLVAN LEARNING CENTER, 8/10/2021 8/9-8113 $270.00 PARKS -SPECIALTY CLASSES & CAMP 278465 8/31/2021 SYLVAN LEARNING CENTER, 8/10/2021 7/12-7116 $332.50 PARKS -SPECIALTY CLASSES & CAMP 278465 8/31/2021 SYLVAN LEARNING CENTER, 8/10/2021 7/19-7/23 $945.00 PARKS -SPECIALTY CLASSES & CAMP 278465 8/31/2021 SYLVAN LEARNING CENTER, 8/10/2021 7/26-7/30 $1,282.50 PARKS -SPECIALTY CLASSES & CAMP 278483 8/31/2021 WEST COAST CODE CONSULS/10/2021 221-FED-JUL-WA $6,156.90 CD-AG19-070 BUILDING DIVISION 278475 8/31/2021 VIGILNET AMERICA LLC, 7/31/2021 2474729 $4,244.50 MC -PROBATION ALCOHOL MONITORIN 278438 8/31/2021 PIERCE COUNTY SECURITY 118/6/2021 395314 $300.00 PKM-SECURITY SERVICES AG17-061 278438 8/31/2021 PIERCE COUNTY SECURITY 118/6/2021 395323 $175.00 PKM-SECURITY SERVICES AG17-061 278438 8/31/2021 PIERCE COUNTY SECURITY 118/6/2021 395684 $175.00 PKM-SECURITY SERVICES AG17-061 278438 8/31/2021 PIERCE COUNTY SECURITY 118/6/2021 395347 $175.00 PKM-SECURITY SERVICES AG17-061 278438 8/31/2021 PIERCE COUNTY SECURITY 118/6/2021 395393 $175.00 PKM-SECURITY SERVICES AG17-061 278438 8/31/2021 PIERCE COUNTY SECURITY 118/6/2021 395394 $175.00 PKM-SECURITY SERVICES AG17-061 278438 8/31/2021 PIERCE COUNTY SECURITY I18/6/2021 395596 $375.00 PKM-SECURITY SERVICES AG17-061 278438 8/31/2021 PIERCE COUNTY SECURITY 118/6/2021 395612 $175.00 PKM-SECURITY SERVICES AG17-061 278438 8/31/2021 PIERCE COUNTY SECURITY 118/6/2021 395641 $300.00 PKM-SECURITY SERVICES AG17-061 278419 8/31/2021 MCCARL, KIRSTEN 8/2/2021 08/02/21 $651.00 PARKS -PIANO FOR FRIENDSHIP THE Key Bank Page 68 of 104 Check No_ Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 278438 8/31/2021 PIERCE COUNTY SECURITY 118/6/2021 395346 $175.00 PKM-SECURITY SERVICES AG17-061 278443 8/31/2021 PROTECT YOUTH SPORTS, 6/30/2021 874355 $350.00 HR-BACKGROUND CHECK 278399 8/31/2021 INTERCOM LANGUAGE SVCS.B/20/2021 21-400 $2,450.00 MC -INTERPRETER SVC 278420 8/31/2021 MICROFLEX, 8/11/2021 00022923 $1,387.26 FI-ANNUAL ONLINE SVC FEE 278460 8/31/2021 SOUTH KING TOOL LIBRARY, 8/3/2021 2102 $1,000.00 SWR-AG21-069 MGMT OF RECYCLING 278456 8/31/2021 SKCSRA-SOCCER REFEREES7/31/2021 1864 $2,318.40 PARKS-AG18-009 SOCCER REFEREE 278456 8/31/2021 SKCSRA-SOCCER REFEREES8/8/2021 1871 $1,911.30 PARKS-AG18-009 SOCCER REFEREE 278415 8/31/2021 LUKE ESSER, 8/6/2021 JULY, 2021 $3.000.00 MO-AG20-014 LOBBYING SVC- 278415 8/31/2021 LUKE ESSER, 8/6/2021 JUNE, 2021 $3,000.00 MO-AG20-014 LOBBYING SVC- 278373 8/31/2021 COUSELING SERVICES OF WS/17/2021 lA0230324 $100 00 MO -ASSESSMENT 278476 8/31/2021 VNF SOLUTIONS LLC, 8/18/2021 429234 $5,000.00 MO-AG21-015 FEDERAL LOBBYING S 278454 8/31/2021 SEMISI-TUPOU, VAIVAO 8/3/2021 08/03/21 $227.50 MC -INTERPRETER SERVICES 278341 8/31/2021 ABOU-ZAKI, KAMAL 8/3/2021 08/03/21 $118-00 MC -INTERPRETER SVC 278399 8/31/2021 INTERCOM LANGUAGE SVCS.8/6/2021 21-372 $1,375.00 MC -INTERPRETER SVC 278340 8/31/2021 ABOU-ZAKI, KAMAL 8/12/2021 08/12/21 $118.00 MC -INTERPRETER SVC 278399 8/31/2021 INTERCOM LANGUAGE SVCS,8/13/2021 21-389 $1,778.75 MC -INTERPRETER SVC 278454 8/31/2021 SEMISI-TUPOU, VAIVAO 8/17/2021 08/17/21 $130.00 MC -INTERPRETER SERVICES 278406 8/31/2021 KPG INC, 7/30/2021 7-9921 $1,504.00 PW-AG19-182 ON -CALL SURVEYING 278411 8/31/2021 LAW OFFICES OF MATTHEW F7/21/2021 358 $300-00 MO-AG16-049 CONFLICT DEFENDER 278395 8/31/2021 GOLDEN WOOD, LLP, 8/3/2021 15-177 $2,465.00 MO -CONFLICT DEFENDER SVC AG-20 278374 8/31/2021 CRESTWOOD ANIMAL HOSPI18/1/2021 88708 $161.30 PD-CANINE ANNUAL SCREEN 278469 8/31/2021 TRANSPO GROUP USA INC, 3/22/2021 26099 $3,952.50 PWTR-AG19-029 ON -CALL TRAFFIC 278469 8/31/2021 TRANSPO GROUP USA INC, 4/15/2021 26201 $2,647.50 PWTR-AG19-029 ON -CALL TRAFFIC 278425 8/31/2021 MULTI -SERVICE CENTER, 7/8/2021 5/1/21-6/30/21 $126,344.93 CDHS-AG21-077 COVID-19 RENT AS 278421 8/31/2021 MOBILEGUARD INC, 7/31/2021 INV00667663 $323.12 PD/IT-NET GUARD TEXT MESSAGE A 278409 8/31/2021 LANGUAGE LINE SERVICES, 17/31/2021 10290434 $1.437.22 PD-LANGUAGE SVC Key Bank Page 69 of 104 Check No. Date 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CHEMICALS AG17-002 277997 7/30/2021 HD SUPPLY CONST SUPPLY L7/9/2021 50016241117 $307.14 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278059 7/30/2021 SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO, 7/9/2021 7331-0 $68.81 PKM-FACILITIES PAINT SUPPLIES 277997 7/30/2021 HD SUPPLY CONST SUPPLY L7/12/2021 50016254446 $413.20 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278024 7/30/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 7/13/2021 02853 $11.89 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278080 7/30/2021 TRINITY ACE HARDWARE, 7/14/2021 190090 $89.75 PKM-SUPPLIES 278080 7/30/2021 TRINITY ACE HARDWARE, 7/1/2021 187223 $16.50 PKM-SUPPLIES 278080 7/30/2021 TRINITYACE HARDWARE, 7/20/2021 191336 $4.39 PKM-SUPPLIES 278080 7/30/2021 TRINITY ACE HARDWARE, 7/20/2021 191398 $36 32 PKM-SUPPLIES 278080 7/30/2021 TRINITYACE HARDWARE, 7/21/2021 191529 $31.91 PKM-SUPPLIES 278024 7/30/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 7/15/2021 23143 $12.51 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278024 7/30/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 7/8/2021 02870 $4.69 PWST-MAINT SUPPLIES 277949 7/30/2021 ALPINE PRODUCTS INC, 7/9/2021 TM-203242 $84.45 PWST-MAINT SUPPLIES 278059 7/30/2021 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64927/1 $47.96 CHB-EQUIPMENT PARTS & REPAIRS Key Bank Page 74 of 104 Check No, Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 278024 7/30/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 7/13/2021 23892 $5.22 CHB-MAINT SUPPLIES 277946 7/30/2021 AGRISHOP INC, 7/21/2021 65076/1 $51.26 CHB-EQUIPMENT PARTS & REPAIRS 277998 7/30/2021 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-250076/28/2021 3515649 $37 84 SWM-REPAIR/MAINT SUPPLIES 278042 7/30/2021 ORCA PACIFIC INC, 7/12/2021 45944 $939 81 F WCC-POOL CHEMICALS AG 17-002 278042 7/30/2021 ORCA PACIFIC INC, 7/2/2021 45861 $579.05 FWCC-POOL CHEMICALS AG17-002 278253 8/13/2021 ORCA PACIFIC INC, 7/14/2021 45998 $625.37 F WCC-POOL CHEMICALS AG 17-002 278253 8/13/2021 ORCA PACIFIC INC, 7/19/2021 050067 $503.38 FWCC-POOL CHEMICALS AG17-002 278253 8/13/2021 ORCA PACIFIC INC, 7/21/2021 050147 $859.11 FWCC-POOL CHEMICALS AG17-002 278246 8/13/2021 NORTHSHORE VILLAGE, 7/23/2021 12316 $21.98 DBC-MAINT SUPPLIES 278197 8/13/2021 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-250078/3/2021 5034996 $209.58 DBC-REPAIR & MAINT SUPPLIES 278197 8/13/2021 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-250078/4/2021 6096499 $182.74 DBC-REPAIR & MAINT SUPPLIES 278184 8/13/2021 GRAINGER INC, 7/23/2021 9973730253 $19.57 CHB-FACILITY MAINT SUPPLIES 278177 8/13/2021 FOX MANUFACTURING, DBA O/27/2021 2904 $435.69 CHB-MAINT SUPPLIES 278184 8/13/2021 GRAINGER INC, 7/27/2021 9002468784 $55,22 CHB-FACILITY MAINT SUPPLIES 278228 8/13/2021 LIMITED ENERGY SERVIC INC7129/2021 P 5200 $789.25 CHB-MAINT SVC 278230 8/13/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 8/2/2021 19609 $20.91 CHB-MAINT SUPPLIES 278254 8/13/2021 O'RElLLYAUTO PARTS, 8/2/2021 3710-472229 $30.81 CHB-OPER SUPPLIES 278197 8/13/2021 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-250078/2/2021 8623368 $39,57 CHB-REPAIR & MAINT SUPPLIES 278197 8/13/2021 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-250078/3/2021 7283416 $9.89 CHB-REPAIR & MAINT SUPPLIES 278264 8/13/2021 PLATT ELECTRIC SUPPLY, 7/20/2021 lU09961 $83.63 CHB-ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES 278230 8/13/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 7/20/2021 23855 $11.47 CHB-MAINT SUPPLIES 278230 8/13/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 7/22/2021 22571 $31.35 CHB-MAINT SUPPLIES 278230 8/13/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 7/22/2021 23104 $20.91 CHB-MAINT SUPPLIES 278184 8/13/2021 GRAINGER INC, 7/22/2021 9972096607 $10.78 CHB-FACILITY MAINT SUPPLIES 278314 8/13/2021 TRINITY ACE HARDWARE, 7/23/2021 191901 $30.35 CHB-SUPPLIES 278114 8/13/2021 AARO INC DBA THE LOCK SH(6/14/2021 0000032664 $22.94 PWST-MAINT SUPPLIES Key Bank Page 75 of 104 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 278302 8/13/2021 TACOMA SCREW PRODUCTS 6/25/2021 130010744-00 $61.71 PWST-MAINT SUPPLIES 278165 8/13/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (8/4/2021 1-43955 $48.94 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278230 8/13/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 8/4/2021 01830 $40.54 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278169 8/13/2021 EWING IRRIGATION PRODUC7122/2021 14799323 $603 56 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278314 8/13/2021 TRINITY ACE HARDWARE, 7/23/2021 191998 $29.22 PKM-SUPPLIES 278314 8/13/2021 TRINITY ACE HARDWARE, 7/30/2021 193411 $17.51 PKMT-SUPPLIES 278230 8/13/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 7/30/2021 23310 $47.06 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278230 8/13/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 8/2/2021 09237 $56.89 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278113 8/13/2021 AADVANCED SEPTIC SERVICE/2/2021 633072 $154.14 PKM-SEPTIC REPAIR 278230 8/13/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 8/3/2021 02759 $40.76 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278184 8/13/2021 GRAINGER INC, 8/3/2021 9010385608 $107.02 PKM-FACILITY MAINT SUPPLIES 278197 8/13/2021 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-250077127/2021 4023327 $11.40 PKM-REPAIR/MAINT SUPPLIES 278230 8/13/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 7/28/2021 01909 $70.86 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278253 8/13/2021 ORCAPACIFIC INC, 7/28/2021 050275 $386.31 PKM-POOL CHEMICALS AG17-002 278314 8/13/2021 TRINITYACE HARDWARE, 7/28/2021 193010 $25.85 PKMT-SUPPLIES 278169 8/13/2021 EWING IRRIGATION PRODUC7/29/2021 14860615 $218.78 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278197 8/13/2021 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-250077/30/2021 1035379 $148,34 PKM-REPAIR & MAINT SUPPLIES 278230 8/13/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 7/27/2021 01631 $77.79 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278230 8/13/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 7/27/2021 02409 $167.55 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278230 8/13/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 7/27/2021 02468 $181.09 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278314 8/13/2021 TRINITYACE HARDWARE, 7/27/2021 192770 $24.70 PKM-SUPPLIES 278314 8/13/2021 TRINITYACE HARDWARE, 7/27/2021 192877 $20.90 PKM-SUPPLIES 278197 8/13/2021 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-250077/27/2021 4023319 $82.41 PKM-REPAIR/MAINT SUPPLIES 278230 8/13/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 7/7/2021 23144 $38.82 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278197 8/13/2021 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-250077/22/2021 9621452 $53.88 PKM-REPAIR & MAINT SUPPLIES 278197 8/13/2021 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-250077/23/2021 8621560 $16.48 PKM-REPAIR/MAINT SUPPLIES Page 76 of 104 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor :nvoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 278230 8/13/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 7/26/2021 01477 $488.24 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278242 8/13/2021 NATIONAL SAFETY INC, 7/26/2021 0623714-IN $121.66 PKM-SAFETY SUPPLEIS 278314 8/13/2021 TRINITYACE HARDWARE, 7/26/2021 192655 $10.11 PKM-SUPPLIES 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $102.08 PKM-MAINT SUPPLS 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $157.31 PKM-MAINT SUPPLS 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $288.37 PKM-MAINT SUPPLS 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $31.77 PKM-MAINT SUPPLS 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $206.99 PKM-MAINT SUPPLS 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $448 06 PKM-MAINT SUPPLS 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $50.65 PKM-MAINT SUPPLS 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $20 88 PKM-MAINT SUPPLS 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $110.09 PWST-OPER SUPPLS 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $59.95 CHB-MAINT SUPPLS 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $30.81 CHB-MAINT SUPPLS 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $59.43 CHB-MAINT SUPPLS 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $84.90 CHB-MAINT SUPPLS 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $99.08 IT-OPER SUPPLS 825214759 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 CITY VISA $203.52 FWCC-MAINT SUPPLIES 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $5.14 SWM-OPER SUPPLS 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $806,37 SWM-OPER SUPPLS 278427 8/31/2021 NAPA AUTO PARTS, 7/13/2021 059305 $105.97 SWM-REPAIR & MAINT 278371 8/31/2021 CORE & MAIN LP, 4/29/2021 0144405 $531.92 SWM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278397 8/31/2021 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-250077/23/2021 8520345 $10.99 SWM-REPAIR/MAINT SUPPLIES 278397 8/31/2021 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-250077/26/2021 5622179 $70.35 SWM-REPAIR/MAINT SUPPLIES 278397 8/31/2021 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-2500781512021 5611234 $40.69 SWM-REPAIR/MAINT SUPPLIES 278435 8/31/2021 ORCA PACIFIC INC, 7/30/2021 050458 $1,928.79 FWCC-POOL CHEMICALS AG17-002 Page 77 of 104 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice ❑escription AmountGLTotal 278346 8/31/2021 ADVANCED PRO FITNESS REI8/212021 08022102TG $489.95 FWCC-FITNESS EQUIP SVCAG18-01 278435 8/31/2021 ORCA PACIFIC INC, 8/6/2021 050598 $318.19 FWCC-POOL CHEMICALS AG17-002 278435 8/31/2021 ORCA PACIFIC INC, 8/6/2021 050737 $820.51 FWCC-POOL CHEMICALS AG17-002 278435 8/31/2021 ORCA PACIFIC INC, 8/16/2021 050999 $927.32 FWCC-POOL CHEMICALS AG17-002 278466 8/31/2021 THE PART WORKS INC, 8/6/2021 INV70250 $165.13 CHB-MAINT SUPPLIES 278414 8/31/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 8/12/2021 09615 $40.66 CHB-MAINT SUPPLIES 278414 8/31/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 8/12/2021 23832 $6.89 CHB-MAINT SUPPLIES 278414 8/31/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 8/13/2021 23967 $21 28 CHB-MAINT SUPPLIES 278397 8/31/2021 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-250074/28/2021 4902454 $-47 54 CHB-REPAIR & MAINT SUPPLIES 278440 8/31/2021 PLATT ELECTRIC SUPPLY, 7/28/2021 1 U82822 $26.85 CHB-ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES 278414 8/31/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 7/29/2021 23120 $35.14 CHB-MAINT SUPPLIES 278414 8/31/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 8/2/2021 23824 $13.04 CHB-MAINT SUPPLIES 278397 8/31/2021 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-250078/4/2021 6611044 $26.18 CHB-REPAIR & MAINT SUPPLIES 278397 8/31/2021 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-25007;8/4/2021 6623783 $173.03 CHB-REPAIR & MAINT SUPPLIES 278466 8/31/2021 THE PART WORKS INC, 8/4/2021 INV70140 $25.64 CHB-MAINT SUPPLIES 278414 8/31/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 8/6/2021 01170 $21.38 CHB-MAINT SUPPLIES 278414 8/31/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 8/6/2021 19189 $13.59 CHB-MAINT SUPPLIES 278414 8/31/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 8/9/2021 01749 $124.47 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278383 8/31/2021 EWING IRRIGATION PRODUC-8/12/2021 14970812 $58.70 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278414 8/31/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 8/13/2021 23971 $52.29 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278414 8/31/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 8/13/2021 23973 $146.43 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278397 8/31/2021 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-25007;8/17/2021 3510577 $26.08 PKM-REPAIR & MAINT SUPPLIES 278471 8/31/2021 TRINITY ACE HARDWARE, 8/6/2021 194929 $52.78 PKM-SUPPLIES 278414 8/31/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 8/9/2021 10557 $41.78 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278414 8/31/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 8/10/2021 02008 $4.48 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278383 8/31/2021 EWING IRRIGATION PRODUC-8/10/2021 14944612 $90.26 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES Key Bank Page 78 of 104 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 278471 8/31/2021 TRINITY ACE HARDWARE, 8/11/2021 195966 $36.32 PKM-SUPPLIES 278347 8/31/2021 AGRISHOP INC, 8/11/2021 65271/1 $61-64 PKM-EQUIPMENT PARTS & REPAIRS 278414 8/31/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 8/5/2021 02155 $9.40 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278414 8/31/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 8/5/2021 23395 $3867 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278397 8/31/2021 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-250078/5/2021 5036135 $41.85 PKM-REPAIR/MAINT SUPPLIES 278371 8/31/2021 CORE & MAIN LP, 8/5/2021 P353661 $130.15 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278414 8/31/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 8/6/2021 09727 $9.35 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278471 8/31/2021 TRINITYACE HARDWARE, 8/6/2021 194927 $26.39 PKM-SUPPLIES 278414 8/31/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 7/22/2021 10601 $8.13 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278397 8/31/2021 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-250074/29/2021 3902568 $-53.71 PKM-REPAIR/MAINT SUPPLIES 278393 8/31/2021 FLAGS A' FLYING LLC, 5/19/2021 92405 $166.68 PKM-MAINT SUPPL 278397 8/31/2021 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-250077/27/2021 4622351 $19.80 PKM-REPAIR/MAINT SUPPLIES 278471 8/31/2021 TRINITYACE HARDWARE, 8/4/2021 194592 $72.59 PKM-SUPPLIES 278414 8/31/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 8/5/2021 01106 $9.35 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278571 9/15/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 9/1/2021 01566 $71.04 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278571 9/15/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 9/1/2021 19156 $57,52 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278625 9/15/2021 TRINITYACE HARDWARE, 9/1/2021 199788 $7-71 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278617 9/15/2021 THE PART WORKS INC, 9/1/2021 INV71190 $50.16 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278571 9115/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 9/3/2021 23715 $148.93 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278571 9/15/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 8/26/2021 23994 $134.71 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278571 9/15/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 8/30/2021 01239 $50.98 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278625 9/1512021 TRINITY ACE HARDWARE, 8/30/2021 199339 $35.21 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278625 9/15/2021 TRINITY ACE HARDWARE, 8/31/2021 199536 $9.90 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278571 9/15/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 8/31/2021 23130 $281.94 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278545 9/15/2021 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-250078/31/2021 9622849 $27.46 PKM-REPAIR & MAINT SUPPLIES 278541 9/15/2021 HD SUPPLY CONST SUPPLY L8/24/2021 10014813286 $237.69 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES Key Bank Page 79 of 104 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 278571 9/15/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 8/24/2021 22958 $15.41 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278571 9/15/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 8/25/2021 01232 $40.20 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278571 9/15/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 8/25/2021 01275 $7&07 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278586 9/15/2021 ORCA PACIFIC INC, 8/26/2021 041503 $43,98 PKM-POOL CHEMICALS AG17-002 278625 9/15/2021 TRINITY ACE HARDWARE, 8/26/2021 198630 $15.40 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278625 9/15/2021 TRINITY ACE HARDWARE, 8/17/2021 197190 $21.41 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278571 9/15/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 8/19/2021 09919 $95 13 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278571 9/15/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 8/19/2021 23871 $47.96 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278571 9/15/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 8/23/2021 01739 $31.25 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 278530 9/15/2021 FLOYD EQUIPMENT COMPAN'8/23/2021 463522 $1.204.50 PKM-REPAIR/MAINT SUPPLIES 278545 9/15/2021 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-250078/2312021 7091807 $201.78 PKM-REPAIR & MAINT SUPPLIES 278586 9/15/2021 ORCA PACIFIC INC, 8/17/2021 051061 $133.94 PKM-POOL CHEMICALS AG17-002 278586 9/15/2021 ORCA PACIFIC INC, 8/17/2021 051064 $119.44 PKM-POOL CHEMICALS AG 17-002 278545 9/15/2021 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-250078/30/2021 0512280 $13.11 PWST-REPAIR & MAINT SUPPLIES 278571 9115/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 9/2/2021 23507 $9.90 CHB-MAINT SUPPLIES 278534 9/15/2021 GRAINGER INC, 8/24/2021 9032927585 $109.10 CHB-FACILITY MAINT SUPPLIES 278571 9/15/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 8/25/2021 23841 $44.65 CHB-MAINT SUPPLIES 278571 9/15/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 8/26/2021 01478 $26.46 CHB-MAINT SUPPLIES 278571 9/15/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 8/30/2021 16891 $32.18 CHB-MAINT SUPPLIES 278571 9/15/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 8/31/2021 22040 $31.02 CHB-MAINT SUPPLIES 278571 9/15/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 9/l/2021 23241 $27.13 CHB-MAINT SUPPLIES 278571 9/15/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 8/16/2021 23382 $64.33 CHB-MAINT SUPPLIES 278571 9/15/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 8/18/2021 02025 $104 58 CHB-MAINT SUPPLIES 278571 9/15/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 8/1812021 23730 $18 24 CHB-MAINT SUPPLIES 278571 9/15/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 8/20/2021 23051 $46.69 CHB-MAINT SUPPLIES 278617 9/15/2021 THE PART WORKS INC, 8/20/2021 INV70728 $20.67 CHB-MAINT SUPPLIES Key Bank Page 80 of 104 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 278571 9/15/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 8/23/2021 23451 $5726 CHB-MAINT SUPPLIES 278498 9/15/2021 ALLPLAY SYSTEMS LLC, 8/20/2021 2021-026F $1,427.46 PKM-SOCKET CLAMP SET 278583 9/15/2021 NORTHSHORE VILLAGE, 8131/2021 12370 $96.82 DBC-MAINT SUPPLIES 278617 9/15/2021 THE PART WORKS INC, 9/1/2021 INV71172 $53.14 DBC-MAINT SUPPLIES 278586 9/15/2021 ORCA PACIFIC INC, 8/23/2021 051262 $863.83 FWCC-POOL CHEMICALS AG17-002 REPAIR PARTS $17,262.24 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $16.50 FWCC-REPAIR PARTS 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $11,00 FWCC-REPAIR PARTS 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $80.36 FWCC-REPAIR PARTS 723214759 7/2312021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $225.44 FWCC-REPAIR PARTS 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $33.02 FWCC-REPAIR PARTS 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $341.23 FWCC-REPAIR PARTS 723214759 7/2312021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $1.097.44 FWCC-REPAIR PARTS 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $248.28 FWCC-REPAIR PARTS 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $74 20 FWCC-REPAIR PARTS 723219491 7123/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $588 27 PKM-REPAIR PARTS 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/2312021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $28.96 FLT-REPAIR PARTS 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7123/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $396.35 FLT-REPAIR PARTS 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $8.80 FLT-REPAIR PARTS 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $165.15 FLT-REPAIR PARTS 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $-26.14 FLT-REPAIR PARTS 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7123/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $47.78 FLT-REPAIR PARTS 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $2268 FLT-REPAIR PARTS 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $171.79 FLT-REPAIR PARTS 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $203 69 FLT-REPAIR PARTS 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $24 60 FLT-REPAIR PARTS Key Bank Page 81 of 104 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 723213793 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PD VISA $3.50 PD-REPAIR PARTS 723213793 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PD VISA $39.20 PD-REPAIR PARTS 723213793 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PD VISA $40.51 PD-REPAIR PARTS 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $203.55 PKM-REPAIR PRTS 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $25.05 PKM-REPAIR PARTS 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $434.44 PKM-REPAIR PARTS 278036 7/30/2021 NAPA AUTO PARTS, 5/20/2021 054752 $3.30 FLT-REPAIR & MAINT 278037 7/30/2021 NELSON TRUCK EQUIPMENT 5/20/2021 720764 $1,137.22 FLT-MAINT PARTS 278036 7/30/2021 NAPA AUTO PARTS, 5124/2021 055051 $-19.82 FLT-REPAIR & MAINT 278103 7/30/2021 WESTERN EQUIPMENT DISTFS/912021 7176789-00 $510.42 FLT-MAINT SVC & PARTS 278103 7/30/2021 WESTERN EQUIPMENT DISTF6/16/2021 7177889-00 $224.88 FLT-MAINT SVC & PARTS 277996 7/30/2021 GRAINGER INC, 7/20/2021 9969123505 $44.16 FLT-FACILITY MAINT SUPPLIES 277945 7/30/2021 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS, 7/16/2021 13144-442047 $67.98 FLT-MAINT PARTS 278043 7/30/2021 O-REILLYAUTO PARTS, 7/16/2021 3710-469123 $84.59 FLT-SUPPLIES & MAINT 278090 7/30/2021 VILMA SIGNS, 3/9/2021 3440 $142.03 FLT-VEHICLE DECALS 278103 7/30/2021 WESTERN EQUIPMENT DISTP4/2/2021 7165158-00 $215.82 FLT-MAINT SVC & PARTS 277996 7/30/2021 GRAINGER INC, 4/20/2021 9876014433 $296.64 FLT-FACILITY MAINT SUPPLIES 278103 7/30/2021 WESTERN EQUIPMENT DISTF5/17/2021 7172884-00 $399.22 FLT-MAINT SVC & PARTS 278062 7/30/2021 SONSRAY MACHINERY LLC, 7/13/2021 P45023-08 $267.14 FLT-MAINT PARTS & SVC 277985 7130/2021 FASTENAL, 7/13/2021 WAAUB88210 $95.26 FLT-MAINT SUPPLIES 277946 7/30/2021 AGRISHOP INC, 7/20/2021 65052/1 $66.64 PKM-EQUIPMENT PARTS & REPAIRS 277946 7/30/2021 AGRISHOP INC, 7/20/2021 65053/1 $295 24 PKM-EQUIPMENT PARTS & REPAIRS 278288 8/13/2021 SONNEN, JOE 8/9/2021 SONNEN 2021 $93,70 PKM-UNIFORM REIMB 278315 8/1312021 TURF STAR INC, 7/21/2021 7183742-00 $354.14 PKMT-REPAIR SUPPLIES/EQUIPMENT 278241 8/13/2021 NAPA AUTO PARTS, 7/21/2021 060069 $69.09 FLT-REPAIR & MAINT 278256 8/13/2021 PAPE MACHINERY INC, 7/21/2021 12920204 $56 85 FLT-MAINT SUPPLIES Key Bank Page 82 of 104 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 278266 8/13/2021 PRAXAIR DISTRIBUTION INC, 7/29/2021 65067128 $190.55 FLT-MAINT SUPPLIES 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $103.86 FLT-REPAIR PARTS 825219491 8/2512021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $103.86 FLT-REPAIR PARTS 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $35.68 FLT-REPAIR PARTS 825213793 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PD VISA $26.25 PD-REPAIR PARS 825213793 8125/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PD VISA $20 89 PD-REPAIR PARTS 825213793 8/2512021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PD VISA $45.42 PD-REPAIR PARTS 825213793 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PD VISA $8.47 PD-REPAIR PARTS 825213793 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PD VISA $19.41 PD-REPAIR PARTS 825213793 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PD VISA $37.28 PD-REPAIR PARTS 825213793 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PD VISA $158.16 PD-REPAIR PARTS 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $315.00 FLT-REPAIR PARTS 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $770.15 FLT-REPAIR PARTS 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $69.95 FLT-REPAIR PARTS 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $99.08 FLT-REPAIR PARTS 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $5.11 FLT-REPAIR PARTS 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $99.08 FLT-REPAIR PARTS 825214759 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/2512021 JULY 2021 CITY VISA $16.23 FWCC-MAINT SUPPLIES 825214759 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 CITY VISA $30.82 FWCC-POOL TEST CHEMICALS 825214759 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 CITY VISA $97.16 FWCC-MAINT SUPPLIES 825214759 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/2512021 JULY 2021 CITY VISA $50.63 FWCC-MIANT SUPPLIES 825214759 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 CITY VISA $21.90 FWCC-POOL TEST CHEMICALS 825214759 8/2512021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 CITY VISA $21.93 FWCC-MAINT SUPPLIES 825214759 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 CITY VISA $116.75 FWCC-MAINT SUPPLIES 825214759 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 CITY VISA $59,41 FWCC-POOL TEST CHEMICALS 825214759 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 CITY VISA $36.55 FWCC-MAINT SUPPLIES Key Bank Page 83 of 104 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 825214759 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 CITY VISA $38 52 FWCC-POOL TEST CHEMICALS 825214759 8125/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 CITY VISA $11.00 FWCC-MAINT SUPPLIES 825214759 BY25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 CITY VISA $265.42 FWCC-MAINT SUPPLIES 825214759 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 CITY VISA $16.29 FWCC-MAINT SUPPLIES 825214759 8/2512021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 CITY VISA $144.23 FWCC-MAINT SUPPLIES 825214759 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 CITY VISA $41.40 FWCC-MAINT SUPPLIES 278385 8/31/2021 EXTRACTOR CORPORATION,8/6/2021 21-734 $331.60 FWCC-WATER EXTRACTOR 278436 8/31/2021 PAPE MACHINERY INC, 7/2/2021 12849446 $988.90 FLT-MAINT SUPPLIES 278427 8131/2021 NAPAAUTO PARTS, 8/9/2021 061814 $228 00 FLT-REPAIR & MAINT 278345 8/31/2021 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS, 8/16/2021 13144-446060 $31.37 FLT-MAINT PARTS 278526 9/15/2021 EXCEL SUPPLY COMPANY, INC7123/2021 133216 $77.42 FLT-SAFETY SUPPLIES 278632 9115/2021 VILMA SIGNS, 8/17/2021 3655 $1,730.77 FLT-MAINT SUPPLIES 278589 9115/2021 PEAK INDUSTRIAL INC, PEAK8/18/2021 2626333 $68.27 FLT-REPAIR PARTS 278602 9/15/2021 SCARFF FORD, 8/20/2021 30456 $403.33 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT SVC 278527 9/15/2021 FASTENAL, 8/24/2021 WAAUB88758 $191.79 FLT-MAINT SUPPLIES 278496 9/15/2021 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS, 8/30/2021 13144-447791 $36.59 FLT-MAINT PARTS 278527 9/15/2021 FASTENAL, 8/31/2021 WAAU688880 $840.04 FLT-MAINT SUPPLIES 278497 9/15/2021 AGRISHOP INC, 3/11/2020 60070/1 $5.50 PKM-EQUIPMENT PARTS & REPAIRS 278497 9/15/2021 AGRISHOP INC, 4/17/2020 60445/1 $209.32 PKM-EQUIPMENT PARTS & REPAIRS 278497 9/15/2021 AGRISHOP INC, 5/13/2020 60782/1 $49.75 PKM-EQUIPMENT PARTS & REPAIRS 278497 9/15/2021 AGRISHOP INC, 10/8/2020 62493/1 $49.50 PKM-EQUIPMENT PARTS & REPAIRS 278497 9/15/2021 AGRISHOP INC, 8/26/2021 65418/1 $23.50 PKM-EQUIPMENT PARTS & REPAIRS REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE $653,470.10 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/2312021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $29.07 DBC-MAINT SVCS 723219491 7/2312021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $86.32 DBC-MAINT SVCS 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/2312021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $90.93 PKM-MAINT SRVCS Page 84 of 104 Key Bank Check No Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice DescriAHo[I AmountGL Total 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $560.96 PKM-MAINT SVCS 723213793 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PD VISA $63 85 PD-MAINT SVCS 723213793 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PD VISA $140.88 PD-REPAIR SVCS 723213793 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PD VISA $1,419.27 PD-REPAIR SVCS 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $4.39 IT-MAINT SVRCS 278074 7/30/2021 SYSTEMS FOR PUBLIC SAFET7/21/2021 38953 $15,038.43 PD-VEHICLE REPAIR SVC 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/8/2021 1-43582 $28.79 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/8/2021 1-43584 $479.42 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (6/3012021 1-43488 $51.14 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (7/1/2021 1-43501 $1,237.89 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/1/2021 1-43505 $393.95 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/2/2021 1-43524 $48.94 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/5/2021 1-43506 $5,55&35 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/5/2021 1-43536 $126.62 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (6/28/2021 1-43421 $353.64 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (6/28/2021 1-43450 $1.404.61 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE. & AUTOMOTIVE (6/28/2021 1-43452 $238.57 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (6/29/2021 1-43464 $76.95 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE& AUTOMOTIVE(6129/2021 1-43474 $706.38 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (6/30/2021 1-43485 $792.34 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (7115/2021 1-43674 $2,878.76 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/15/2021 1-43684 $939.96 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278049 7/30/2021 PRO TOUCH AUTO INTERIOR 7/16/2021 52500 $176.16 PD-5052 CAR DETAIL 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (6/23/2021 1-43387 $3,204.83 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (6/24/2021 1-43410 $445.77 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (6/24/2021 1-43415 $3,141.70 PD-VEHICLE MAINT Key Bank Page 85 of 104 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 278066 7/30/2021 SPEEDY GLASS - TACOMA, 7/9/2021 6005-2035530 $33.03 PD-VEHICLE WINDSHIELD REPAIR 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (7/12/2021 1-43642 $48.94 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278049 7/30/2021 PRO TOUCH AUTO INTERIOR 7/1212021 52474 $489.95 PD-6274 CAR DETAILAND REPAIR 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/13/2021 1-43666 $48.94 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278075 7/30/2021 SYSTEMS FOR PUBLIC SAFE17113/2021 38946 $13,507.62 PD-VEHICLE HARDWARE INSTALLATI 278049 7/30/2021 PRO TOUCH AUTO INTERIOR 7/13/2021 52484 $176.16 PD-CAR DETAIL 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (7/8/2021 1-43586 $93 59 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (7/8/2021 1-43593 $48.94 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278056 7/30/2021 SCARFF FORD, 7/8/2021 42919 $2,759.58 PD-VEHICLE MAINT SVC 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/9/2021 1-43595 $929.16 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/3012021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/9/2021 1-43601 $178.07 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278049 7/30/2021 PRO TOUCH AUTO INTERIOR 7/9/2021 52471 $176.16 PD-6402 CAR DETAIL 277976 7130/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (7/19/2021 1-43723 $1,412.97 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (7/19/2021 1-43725 $486.26 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7120/2021 1-43735 $235.36 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (7/21/2021 1-43760 $1,016.52 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278049 7/30/2021 PRO TOUCH AUTO INTERIOR 7/21/2021 52669 $176.16 PD-6511 CAR DETAIL 278027 7/30/2021 MACMOR INC, 7/12/2021 15590 $2,807.99 PWSTISWR-LANDSCAPE MAINTAGI7- 278076 7/30/2021 THUNDERING OAK ENTERPRI5/19/2021 11057 $4,450.00 PWST-REMOVE 1 CEDAR AND 4 FIR 278078 7/30/2021 THUNDERING OAK ENTERPRI5/19/2021 11057 $449.45 Sales Tax 278107 7/30/2021 WINDMILL GARDENS, 7/28/2021 CITYBASKET 2021 $8,774.40 PWST-160 FLOWER BASKETS PLANTE 278107 7/30/2021 WINDMILL GARDENS, 7/28/2021 CITYBASKET 2021 $886.21 Sales Tax 278027 7/30/2021 MACMOR INC, 7/12/2021 15590 $2,070.07 PWST/SWR-LANDSCAPE MAINT AG17- 277943 7/30/2021 ACTION SERVICES CORPORA1/31/2021 1077657 $5,235.30 PWST-AG19-002. ST SWEEPING- 277943 7/30/2021 ACTION SERVICES CORPORA3/31/2021 108377 $12,347.46 PWST-AG19-002, ST SWEEPING- 278085 7/30/2021 UTILITIES UNDERGROUND, 6/30/2021 1060151 $499 23 SWM-LOCATING SVCAG13-018— Page 86 of 104 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 278078 7/30/2021 THUNDERING OAK ENTERPRf7/14/2021 11122 $2,559.83 PWSWM-AG19-115 TREE SVC AGREEM 277951 7/30/2021 ARC DOCUMENT SOLUTIONS7/13/2021 2470065 $133 39 IT-07/21 MPS PLOTTER WORK ORDE 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/5/2021 1-43544 $389.66 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/17/2021 1-43709 $48.94 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7117/2021 1-43714 $48.94 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (711712021 1.43715 $177 81 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 277981 7/30/2021 EQUIPMENT EXPERTS INC, 4/23/2021 11452 $993,42 FLT-MAINT SERVICE 277980 7/30/2021 EQUIPMENT EXPERTS INC, 4/28/2021 11509 $249.46 FLT-MAINT SERVICE 277980 7/30/2021 EQUIPMENT EXPERTS INC, 5/3/2021 15180 $29,149.04 FLT-MERGENCY REPAIR OF DUMP TR 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE(7/1/2021 1-43470 $43.98 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/2/2021 1-43494 $43.98 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/2/2021 1-43531 $1,014.15 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (7/12/2021 1-43644 $48.94 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/12/2021 1-43646 $48.94 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 278106 7/30/2021 WILCO CONSTRUCTION LLC, 7/14/2021 1367 $8,477.70 PKM-AG21-071 LAURELWOOD PARK F 278105 7/30/2021 WHIRLWIND SERVICES INC, V7116/2021 703362 $83,07 PARKS-AG18-003 PARKING LOT VAC 278105 7/30/2021 WHIRLWIND SERVICES INC, V7/16/2021 703363 $148.56 PARKS-AG18-003 PARKING LOT VAC 278105 7/30/2021 WHIRLWIND SERVICES INC, V711612021 703370 $51.03 PARKS-AG18-003 PARKING LOT VAC 278105 7/30/2021 WHIRLWIND SERVICES INC, V5/31/2021 702196 $77.69 PARKS-AG18-003 PARKING LOT VAC 277961 7/30/2021 CEDAR BUILDING SERVICE IN6/3012021 51265 $354.53 PKM-JANITORIAL SVC AG13-168 278105 7/30/2021 WHIRLWIND SERVICES INC, V711612021 703373 $62.94 PAR KS -AG 18-003 PARKING LOT VAC 278067 7/30/2021 SPRAGUE PEST CONTROL, 7/19/2021 4577546 $363.33 PKM-FACILITIES PEST CONTROL 278105 7/30/2021 WHIRLWIND SERVICES INC, V7/9/2021 703311 $104,90 PARKS-AG18-003 PARKING LOT VAC 278105 7/30/2021 WHIRLWIND SERVICES INC, V7/16/2021 703371 $87.61 PARKS-AG18-003 PARKING LOT VAC 278105 7/30/2021 WHIRLWIND SERVICES INC, V7116/2021 703372 $77.69 PARKS-AG18-003 PARKING LOT VAC 277969 7/30/2021 COPIERS NORTHWEST INC, 6/30/2021 INV2324416 $1,019.65 IT-AG21-019 PRINTER/COPIER MAI Page 87 of 104 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 278000 7/30/2021 HURLEY ENGINEERING COMF7/8/2021 51807 $1,490.22 DBC- BOILER CLEANING 278000 7/30/2021 HURLEY ENGINEERING COMF7/8/2021 51807 $8,965.98 DBC- BOILER REPAIR 278000 7/30/2021 HURLEY ENGINEERING COMF7/8/2021 51807 $1,056.08 Sales Tax 277947 7/30/2021 AIRTECH HEATING & COOLIN(7/27/2021 88960 $19,470.10 DBC-AG21-117 MAINTAGREEMENT- 277969 7/30/2021 COPIERS NORTHWEST INC, 6/30/2021 INV2324416 $1,019,65 IT-AG21-019 PRINTER/COPIER MAI 277969 7/30/2021 COPIERS NORTHWEST INC, 6/30/2021 INV2324416 $153.50 IT-AG21-019 PRINTER/COPIER MAI 278026 7/3012021 MACDONALD MILLER SERVIC5/26/2021 SVC205519 $906.70 FWCC-AG19-042 HVAC SVC- 278013 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/16/2021 6379 $188,080.20 FI-Q3/2021 FIRE PROTECTION 278304 8/13/2021 TERMINIX, 7/22/2021 410281547 $102.39 FWCC-PEST CONTROL 278233 8/13/2021 MACDONALD MILLER SERVIC7/2812021 PM111823 $3,538.36 CHB/FWCC-AG19-042 HVAC SVC-- 278146 8/13/2021 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, 5/12/2021 21051005a $769.85 PWTR-AG20-080 2020-2021 NEIGHB 278312 8/13/2021 TONY LIND PAVING LLC, 5/12/2021 21051005a $15,397,00 PWTR-AG20-080 2020-2021 NEIGHB 278312 8/13/2021 TONY LIND PAVING LLC, 5/12/2021 21051005a $-769.85 PWTR-AG20-080 2020-2021 NEIGHB 278146 8/13/2021 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, 7/8/2021 21062503a $1,549,60 PWTR-AG20-080 2020-2021 NEIGHB 278312 8/13/2021 TONY LIND PAVING LLC, 7/8/2021 21062503a $30,990.84 PWTR-AG20-080 2020-2021 NEIGHB 278312 8/13/2021 TONY LIND PAVING LLC, 7/8/2021 21062503a $-1,549.60 PWTR-AG20-080 2020-2021 NEIGHB 278161 8/13/2021 DMX LLC DBA MOOD MEDIA, 8/1/2021 56309710 $51.00 IT-08/21 MEDIA SERVICES 278293 8/13/2021 SPRAGUE PEST CONTROL, 7/28/2021 4554238 $161.34 DBC-FACILITIES PEST CONTROL S 278293 8/13/2021 SPRAGUE PEST CONTROL, 7128/2021 4599893 $181 67 PKDBC-FACILITIES PEST CONTROL 278200 8/13/2021 HTR GLASS & CONSTRUCT1O7/3012021 21018-1 $825.75 DBC-AG20-018 DOOR & WINDOW MAI 278200 8/13/2021 HTR GLASS & CONSTRUCT1O7/23/2021 21017-1 $907.22 PA RKS-DOOR MAINT SVC 278233 8/13/2021 MACDONALD MILLER SERVIC7/2812021 PM111823 $4,994.39 CHB/FWCC-AG19-042 HVAC SVC-- 278267 8/13/2021 PRECISION CONCRETE CUTT7/30/2021 WA16294KE $20,468.56 PWST-AG21-098 CONCRETE BEVELIN 278250 8/13/2021 OLSON BROTHERS PRO -VAC 6/1/2021 71508806 $1.480.85 PKM-DRAIN & CLEAN WATER TANK 278304 8/13/2021 TERMINIX, 7/20/2021 410197112 $182.77 PKMT-PEST CONTROL 278293 8/13/2021 SPRAGUE PEST CONTROL, 7/27/2021 4577550 $121.11 PKMT-PEST CONTROL SVCS Page 88 of 104 Key Bank Check No, Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 278286 8/13/2021 SMS CLEANING, 7/28/2021 FEDWAY-0721 $6,196.56 CHB/PKM-AG20-022 JANITORIAL SV 278308 8/13/2021 THUNDERING OAK ENTERPRI8/3/2021 11142 $495.45 PKM-AG19-115 TREE SVC AGREEMEN 278308 8113/2021 THUNDERING OAK ENTERPRI8/3/2021 11143 $484.00 PKM-AG19-115 TREE SVC AGREEMEN 278165 8/13/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (7/21/2021 1-43770 $48.94 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 278165 8/13/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/23/2021 1-43780 $149.42 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 278165 8/13/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (712412021 1-43801 $1,859.80 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 278165 8113/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (7/24/2021 1-43810 $48.94 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 278165 8/13/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/24/2021 1-43817 $720.18 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 278165 8/13/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/31/2021 1-43897 $122.06 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 278165 8/13/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (7/31/2021 1-43900 $121.09 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 278165 8/13/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/31/2021 1-43902 $331.39 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 278165 8/13/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (8/2/2021 1-43922 $24.54 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 278165 8/13/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (8/2/2021 1-43923 $106.84 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 278286 8/13/2021 SMS CLEANING, 7/28/2021 FEDWAY-0721 $8,499 98 CHB/PKM-AG20-022 JANITORIAL SV 278329 8/13/2021 WASHDUP, LLC, 6/30/2021 448 $-7•99 FLT- CAR WASH SERVICE CREDIT 278329 8/13/2021 WASHDUP, LLC, 5/31/2021 441 $30.80 FLT-MAY CAR WASH SERVICE 278329 8/13/2021 WASHDUP, LLC, 6/3012021 445 $56.48 FLT-JUNE CAR WASH SERVICE 278165 8/13/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/20/2021 1-43729 $1.437.77 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 278165 8/13/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (7/2012021 1-43758 $48.94 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 278165 8/13/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/21/2021 1-43726 $2,101.12 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 278165 8/13/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/21/2021 1-43756 $140.38 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 278116 8/13/2021 ACTION SERVICES CORPORA6/1/2021 109020 $3,230.00 SWM-VACTOR & INFASTRUCTURE MAI 278116 8/13/2021 ACTION SERVICES CORPORA6/2/2021 109019 $1,867.50 SWM-VACTOR & INFASTRUCTURE MAI 278116 8/13/2021 ACTION SERVICES CORPORA6/3/2021 109134 $1.140.00 SWM-VACTOR & INFASTRUCTURE MAI 278116 8/13/2021 ACTION SERVICES CORPORA6/6/2021 109243 $1,425,00 SWM-VACTOR & INFASTRUCTURE MAI 278116 8/13/2021 ACTION SERVICES CORPORA6/7/2021 109244 $1,857.00 SWM-VACTOR & INFASTRUCTURE MAI Page 89 of 104 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 278116 8/13/2021 ACTION SERVICES CORPORP6/8/2021 109245 $1,555.20 SWM-VACTOR & INFASTRUCTURE MAI 278116 8/13/2021 ACTION SERVICES CORPORA5/12/2021 108793 $3,668.75 SWM-VACTOR & INFASTRUCTURE MAI 278234 8/13/2021 MACMOR INC, 8/9/2021 15678 $5,915.62 PWST-AG17-107 LANDSCAPE MAINT 278251 8/13/2021 OLSON BROTHERS PRO-VAC6/9/2021 111434 $1,238.63 PWST-HYDRO EXCAVATE 278293 8/13/2021 SPRAGUE PEST CONTROL, 7/27/2021 4569810 $71.57 PWST-FACILITIES PEST CONTROLS 278254 8/13/2021 O'REILLYAUTO PARTS, 6/23/2021 2509-412785 $64.93 PWST-OPER SUPPLIES 278234 8/13/2021 MACMOR INC, 7/12/2021 15588 $6,201.15 PWST-AG17-107 LANDSCAPE MAINT 278329 8113/2021 WASHDUP, LLC, 8/11/2021 450 $-1.88 PD- CAR WASH SERVICE CREDIT 278301 8/13/2021 SYSTEMS FOR PUBLIC SAFEl8/4/2021 40263 $-1,999.18 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278165 8/13/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (8/2/2021 1-43916 $291.32 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278165 8/13/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (8/2/2021 1-43920 $399.77 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278165 8/13/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (8/212021 1-43924 $148.64 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278280 8/13/2021 SCARFF FORD, 8/2/2021 44030 $418.37 PD-VEHICLE MAINT SVC 278165 8/13/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (8/3/2021 1-43936 $295.93 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278165 8/13/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (8/4/2021 1-43946 $43.98 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278165 8/13/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (7/23/2021 1-43782 $1,958.53 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278165 8/13/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/23/2021 1-43790 $48.94 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278268 8/13/2021 PRO TOUCH AUTO INTERIOR 7/26/2021 52685 $176.16 PD-CAR DETAIL 278165 8/13/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/28/2021 1-43846 $1,938.90 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278165 8/13/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7128/2021 1-43858 $108.27 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278301 8/13/2021 SYSTEMS FOR PUBLIC SAFET7/29/2021 38948 $17,416.12 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278329 8/13/2021 WASHDUP, LLC, 6/30/2021 444 $242,32 PD-MAY CAR WASH SERVICE 278329 8/13/2021 WASHDUP, LLC, 6/30/2021 449 $7.99 PD-JUNE CAR WASH SERVICE 278268 8/13/2021 PRO TOUCH AUTO INTERIOR 6/29/2021 52297 $176.16 PD-CAR DETAIL 278135 8/13/2021 CAR WASH ENTERPRISES, 7/16/2021 JUNE 2021 $348.00 PD-JUNE 2021 VEHICLE WASHES 278292 8/13/2021 SOUTH TACOMA GLASS SPEC7/20/2021 48594 $665.50 PD-VEHICLE MAINT Key Bank Page 90 of 104 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmuntQL Total 278165 8/13/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (7/22/2021 1-43755 $604.01 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278165 8/13/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (7/22/2021 1-43767 $428.90 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278165 8/13/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/22/2021 1-43776 $48.94 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278165 8/13/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/22/2021 1-43783 $262.52 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 825213793 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PD VISA $55.00 PD-MAINT SVCS 825213793 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PD VISA $140.88 PD-MAINT SVCS 825213793 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PD VISA $2,411.00 PD-MAINT SVCS 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $1,221.19 DBC-MAINT SVCS 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $-1,393,05 DBC-MAINT SVCS 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $1,393 05 DBC-MAINT SVCS 825214759 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 CITY VISA $57.87 FWCC-MAINT SVC 825214759 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 CITY VISA $222.95 FWCC-EQUIP REPAIR SVC 278370 8/31/2021 COPIERS NORTHWEST INC, 7/31/2021 INV2336922 $234.28 IT-AG21-019 PRINTER/COPIER MAI 278370 8/31/2021 COPIERS NORTHWEST INC, 7/31/2021 INV2336922 $1,556.28 IT-AG21-019 PRINTER/COPIER MAI 278445 8/31/2021 QUADIENT INC, 8/1/2021 58631670 $1,876.38 IT- FOLDING MACHINE MAINTENANC 278445 8/31/2021 QUADIENT INC, 8/1/2021 58631670 $189.51 Sales Tax 278468 8/31/2021 THUNDERING OAK ENTERPRO/13/2021 11174 $1,871.70 PKM-AG19-115 TREE SVC AGREEMEN 278463 8/31/2021 STANLEY CONVERGENT SECA/28/2021 6001533900 $132.00 PKM-CELEBRATION PRK 06/01/21- 278462 8/31/2021 SPRAGUE PEST CONTROL, 8/10/2021 4577551 $121.11 PKM-FACILITIES PEST CONTROL 278481 8/31/2021 WATER SYSTEMS & PUMP SE8/10/2021 945356 $922.36 PKM-WELL PUMP REPAIR 278463 8/31/2021 STANLEY CONVERGENT SEC4/28/2021 6001532569 $79.50 PKM-CELEBRATION PRK 06/01/21- 278463 8/31/2021 STANLEY CONVERGENT SECA/28/2021 6001533800 $52.50 PKM-CELEBRATION PRK 06/01/21- 278434 8/31/2021 OLSON BROTHERS PRO-VAC7/2/2021 114017 $1,238,63 PKM-HYDRO EXCAVATE 278484 8/31/2021 WHITMAN GLOBAL CARPET C8/16/2021 546125 $124.00 CHB-AG20-949 CARPET CLEANING S 278484 8/31/2021 WHITMAN GLOBAL CARPET C8/16/2021 546126 $2,126.00 CHB-AG20-949 CARPET CLEANING S 278370 8/31/2021 COPIERS NORTHWEST INC, 7/31/2021 INV2336922 $1,556.29 IT-AG21-019 PRINTER/COPIER MAI Page 91 of 104 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 278398 8/31/2021 HTR GLASS & CONSTRUCT108/17/2021 21004-2 $3,151.06 DBC-AG20-018 DOOR & WINDOW MAI 278377 8/31/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (8/5/2021 1-43962 $336.85 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278377 8/31/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (8/5/2021 1-43963 $322 90 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278342 8/31/2021 ABT TOWING OF FEDERAL W/8/5/2021 A7568 $77.07 PD-VEHICLE TOW SVC 278377 8/31/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (8/6/2021 1-43978 $48 94 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278377 8/31/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (8/10/2021 1-44001 $1,008.44 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278377 8/31/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (8/10/2021 1-44004 $631.33 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278377 8/31/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (8/10/2021 1-44023 $846.39 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278442 8/31/2021 PRO TOUCH AUTO INTERIOR 8/10/2021 52910 $176.16 PD-CAR DETAIL 278377 8/31/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (8/11/2021 1-44028 $507.61 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278377 8/31/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (8111/2021 1-44029 $48,94 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278381 8/31/2021 ERNIE'S FUEL STOPS (DBA), 8/15/2021 628765CT $702.79 PD-VEHICLE FUEL 278377 8/31/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (6/25/2021 1-43414 $2,953.33 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278377 8/31/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (6/28/2021 1-43448 $548.74 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278461 8/31/2021 SPEEDY GLASS - TACOMA, 7/8/2021 6005-2035121 $33.03 PD-VEHICLE WINDSHIELD REPAIR 278377 8/31/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (8/5/2021 1-43961 $48.94 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278417 8/31/2021 MACMOR INC, 8/9/2021 15677 $4,746.22 SWR-AG17-107 LANDSCAPE MAINT 278478 8/31/2021 WA. DEPT OF CORRECTIONS,8/27/2021 FCU2106.5554 $153.70 PKM/SWR-WORK CONTRACT K12080 278343 8/31/2021 ACTION SERVICES CORPORA7/13/2021 109521 $605 35 SWM-VACTOR & INFASTRUCTURE MAI 278343 8/31/2021 ACTION SERVICES CORPORA7/14/2021 109522 $699.30 SWM-VACTOR & INFASTRUCTURE MAI 278343 8/31/2021 ACTION SERVICES CORPORA7/21/2021 109523 $1,400 30 SWM-VACTOR & INFASTRUCTURE MAI 278343 8/31/2021 ACTION SERVICES CORPORA6/14/2021 109368 $2.854.20 SWM-VACTOR & INFASTRUCTURE MAI 278343 8/31/2021 ACTION SERVICES CORPORA6/14/2021 109406 $1,668.45 SWM-VACTOR & INFASTRUCTURE MAI 278343 8/31/2021 ACTION SERVICES CORPORA6/15/2021 109407 $332.50 SWM-VACTOR & INFASTRUCTURE MAI 278343 8/31/2021 ACTION SERVICES CORPORA6/16/2021 109408 $1,045.00 SWM-VACTOR & INFASTRUCTURE MAI 278343 8/31/2021 ACTION SERVICES CORPORA7/12/2021 109520 $569.35 SWM-VACTOR & INFASTRUCTURE MAI Key Bank Page 92 of 104 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Descriotion AmountGL Total 278343 8/31/2021 ACTION SERVICES CORPORA7/26/2021 109518 $4,269.60 SWM-VACTOR & INFASTRUCTURE MAI 278343 8/31/2021 ACTION SERVICES CORPORA7/27/2021 109519 $3,211.25 SWM-VACTOR & INFASTRUCTURE MAI 278452 8/31/2021 SECOMA FENCE INC, 7/28/2021 21916 $2,545.00 SWM-REPAIR OF CHAIN LINK FENCE 278452 8/31/2021 SECOMA FENCE INC, 7/28/2021 21916 $257.05 Sales Tax 278452 8/31/2021 SECOMA FENCE INC, 7/28/2021 21918 $2,515.00 SWM-REPAIR OF CHAIN LINK GATE 278452 8/31/2021 SECOMA FENCE INC, 7/28/2021 21918 $254.02 Sales Tax 278353 8/31/2021 ARC DOCUMENT SOLUTIONS8/16/2021 2482662 $162.73 IT-08/21 MPS PLOTTER WORK ORDE 278463 8/31/2021 STANLEY CONVERGENT SEC17/26/2021 6001388501 $129.00 PKM-MAINT PARTS 06/01/21-08/31 278463 8/31/2021 STANLEY CONVERGENT SECI7/28/2021 6001532568 $129.00 PKM-CELEBRATION PRK 06/01/21- 278377 8/31/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (8/14/2021 1-44064 $3,302.93 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 278377 8/31/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (8/14/2021 1-44065 $535.41 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 278377 8/31/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (8/13/2021 1-44052 $762 27 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 278377 8/31/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (8/14/2021 1-44062 $48.94 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 278403 8/31/2021 KING COUNTY RADIO, 7/29/2021 00451713 $752.68 IT -REPAIR & MAINT 278605 9/15/2021 SMS CLEANING, 8/23/2021 FEDWAY-0821 $8,499.98 CHB/PKM-AG20-022 JANITORIAL SV 278522 9/15/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (9/412021 1-44306 $53.89 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 278587 9/15/2021 PAPE MACHINERY INC, 8/23/2021 2157118 $4,612.74 FLT-MAINT SUPPLIES 278522 9/15/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (8/25/2021 1-44199 $48.94 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 278522 9/15/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (8/27/2021 1-44216 $1,775.63 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 278522 9/15/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (8/28/2021 1-44248 $323.94 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 278522 9/15/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (8/28/2021 1-44251 $47.84 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 278522 9/15/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (9/412021 1-44304 $402.35 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 278638 9/15/2021 WASHDUP, LLC, 7/31/2021 452 $119.85 FLT-JULY CAR WASH SERVICE 278522 9/15/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (8/21/2021 1-44148 $51.69 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 278522 9/15/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (8/21/2021 1-44160 $48.94 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 278629 9/15/2021 UTILITIES UNDERGROUND, 7/31/2021 1070151 $522.45 SWM-LOCATING SVC AG13-018- Key Bank Page 93 of 104 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 278629 9/15/2021 UTILITIES UNDERGROUND, 8/31/2021 1080152 $518.58 SWM-LOCATING SVCAGI3-018- 278638 9/15/2021 WASHDUP, LLC, 7/31/2021 451 $513,24 PD-JULY CAR WASH SERVICE 278522 9/15/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (8/30/2021 1-44259 $48.94 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278610 9/15/2021 SPEEDY GLASS - TACOMA, 8/23/2021 6005-2045449 $33.03 PD-WINDSHIELD REPAIR 278522 9/15/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (8/24/2021 1-44149 $1,254.63 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278522 9/15/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (8/24/2021 1-44168 $1,622.93 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278522 9/15/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (8/26/2021 1-44195 $280,76 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278522 9/15/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (8/27/2021 1-44170 $257.24 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278522 9/15/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (8/30/2021 1-44255 $276.82 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278522 9/15/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (8/19/2021 1-44123 $48.94 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278592 9/15/2021 PRO TOUCH AUTO INTERIOR 8/19/2021 52942 $176.16 PD-CAR DETAIL 278592 9/15/2021 PRO TOUCH AUTO INTERIOR 8/19/2021 52943 $176.16 PD-CAR DETAIL 278522 9/15/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (8/20/2021 1-44137 $48.94 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278522 9/15/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (8123/2021 1-44163 $23.12 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278522 9/15/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (8/23/2021 1-44167 $43.98 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278522 9/15/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (8/18/2021 1-44100 $301.26 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278522 9/15/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (8/18/2021 1-44105 $813.35 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278522 9115/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (8/18/2021 1-44107 $43.43 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278522 9/15/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (8/18/2021 1-44109 $48 94 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278522 9/15/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (8119/2021 1-44118 $88.55 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278522 9/15/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (8/19/2021 1-44122 $1,052.48 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278522 9/1512021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (8/16/2021 1-44078 $262.52 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278614 9/15/2021 SYSTEMS FOR PUBLIC SAFE18/16/2021 40135 $343.62 PD-VEHICLE REPAIR SVC 278614 9/15/2021 SYSTEMS FOR PUBLIC SAFE18/16/2021 40179 $98.18 PD-VEHICLE REPAIR SVC 278592 9/15/2021 PRO TOUCH AUTO INTERIOR 8/16/2021 52933 $176.16 PD-CAR DETAIL 278578 9/15/2021 MV TOWING LLC, 8/17/2021 20386 $220.20 PD-VEHICLE TOW Key Bank Page 94 of 104 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 278510 9/15/2021 CAR WASH ENTERPRISES, 8/17/2021 JULY 2021 $440.00 PD-JULY 2021 VEHICLE WASHES 278522 9/15/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (8/6/2021 1-43972 $588.03 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278522 9/15/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (8/12/2021 1-44034 $1,746.70 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278522 9/15/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (8/13/2021 1-44047 $48.94 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278522 9/15/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (8/13/2021 1-44053 $998.82 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278592 9115/2021 PRO TOUCH AUTO INTERIOR 8/13/2021 52932 $176.16 PD-CAR DETAIL 278522 9/15/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (8116/2021 1-43971 $4,738.29 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278611 9/15/2021 SPRAGUE PEST CONTROL, 8/26/2021 4579483 $106.29 PKDBC-FACILITIES PEST CONTROL 278622 9115/2021 TOTAL LANDSCAPE CORPORtB/31/2021 84033 $2,140.34 PKDBC-AG19-224 LANDSCAPE MAINT 278622 9/15/2021 TOTAL LANDSCAPE CORPORk/30/2021 83153 $1,902.53 PKDBC-AG19-224 LANDSCAPE MAINT 278622 9/15/2021 'TOTAL LANDSCAPE CORPORA131/2021 83647 $1,902.53 PKDBC-AG19-224 LANDSCAPE MAINT 278516 9/15/2021 COPIERS NORTHWEST INC, 8/25/2021 INV2344500 $74.68 IT-AG21-019 PRINTER/COPIER MAI 278529 9/15/2021 FERRELLS FIRE EXTINGUISH18/26/2021 34686 $159.64 PARKS -FIRE EXTINGUISHER & SVC 278642 9/15/2021 WHIRLWIND SERVICES INC, V8/24/2021 704420 $92.99 PARKS-AG18-003 PARKING LOT VAC 278642 9/15/2021 WHIRLWIND SERVICES INC, V'8124/2021 704423 $64.68 PARKS-AG18-003 PARKING LOT VAC 278642 9/15/2021 WHIRLWIND SERVICES INC, V8/24/2021 704424 $87.32 PARKS-AG18-003 PARKING LOT VAC 278605 9/15/2021 SMS CLEANING, 8/23/2021 FEDWAY-0821 $6,196.56 CHB/PKM-AG20-022 JANITORIAL SV 278504 9/15/2021 AUTOMATED GATES AND, 8/24/2021 230455 $225.71 PKM-GATE MAINT SVC 278611 9/15/2021 SPRAGUE PEST CONTROL, 8124/2021 4577552 $121.11 PKM-FACILITIES PEST CONTROL 278611 9/15/2021 SPRAGUE PEST CONTROL, 8/24/2021 4594680 $71.57 PKM-FACILITIES PEST CONTROL 278642 9/15/2021 WHIRLWIND SERVICES INC, V8/24/2021 704418 $41.40 PARKS-AG18-003 PARKING LOT VAC 278642 9/15/2021 WHIRLWIND SERVICES INC, n/24/2021 704419 $122.21 PARKS-AG18-003 PARKING LOT VAC 278612 9/15/2021 STANLEY CONVERGENT SEC18/1212021 6001608352 $133.20 PKM-CELEB PK 07/01-09/30/21 278628 9/15/2021 UTILITIES SERVICE CO INC, 8/19/2021 2813 $484.44 PKM-MAINT SERVICES 278619 9/15/2021 THUNDERING OAK ENTERPRI8/27/2021 11195 $1,211.10 PKM-AG19-115 TREE SVC AGREEMEN 278619 9/15/2021 THUNDERING OAK ENTERPRI8/27/2021 11196 $1,541-40 PKM-AG19-115 TREE SVC AGREEMEN Key Bank Page 95 of 104 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 278619 9/15/2021 THUNDERING OAK ENTERPRI9/7/2021 11209 $4,128.75 PKM-AG19-115 TREE SVC AGREEMEN 278619 9/15/2021 THUNDERING OAK ENTERPRI9/7/2021 11210 $1,376.25 PKM-AG19-115 TREE SVC AGREEMEN 278536 9/15/2021 GREENPOINT LANDSCAPING 7/25/2021 69467 $1,568.93 FWCC-AG19-119 LANDSCAPE MAINT 278572 9/15/2021 MACDONALD MILLER SERVICE/24/2021 PM112627 $6,881.25 FWCC-AG19-042 HVAC SVC- 278536 9/15/2021 GREENPOINT LANDSCAPING 8/25/2021 70406 $275.25 FWCC-AG19-119 LANDSCAPE MAINT 278536 9/15/2021 GREENPOINT LANDSCAPING 8/25/2021 70407 $1,568.93 FWCC-AG19-119 LANDSCAPE MAINT 278621 9/15/2021 TONY LIND PAVING LLC, 8/13/2021 21081301 $-280.00 PWTR-AG20-080 2020-2021 NEIGHB 278513 9/15/2021 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, 8/13/2021 21081301 $280.00 PWTR-AG20-080 2020-2021 NEIGHB 278621 9/15/2021 TONY LIND PAVING LLC, 8/13/2021 21081301 $5,600.00 PWTR-AG20-080 2020-2021 NEIGHB 278521 9/15/2021 DMX LLC DBA MOOD MEDIA, 9/1/2021 56368066 $51.00 IT-09/21 MEDIA SERVICES ROAD SVCS/PERMITS-INTGVT $170,122.76 278093 7/30/2021 WA STATE DEPT OF TRANSPC6/14/2021 RE 41 JZ0491 L013 $79.62 PW-PROJ JZ0491 FEES 278006 7/30/2021 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVI:6/30/2021 113185-113206 $39,475.31 PWTR-RSD FW#113185-113206 278212 8/13/2021 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVI:6/30/2021 113107-113118 $18,411.23 PW/PWTR/PWST/PD-RSD FW#113107- 278212 8/13/2021 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVI£6/3012021 113107-113118 $276.74 PW/PWTR/PWST/PD-RSD FW#113107- 278212 8/13/2021 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVI:6/30/2021 113107-113118 $4,762.88 PW/PWTR/PWST/PD-RSD FW#113107- 278324 8/13/2021 WA STATE DEPT OF TRANSPC7/19/2021 RE 41 JZ0491 L014 $318.86 PW-PROJ JZ0491 FEES 278212 8/13/2021 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVIS6/30/2021 113107-113118 $87.69 PW/PWTR/PWST/PD-RSD FW#113107- 278213 8/13/2021 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVI,%/19/2020 2125461 $4,333.50 PWTR-2020 CTR PAYMENT 278212 8/13/2021 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVI:10/2/2020 2127861 $4,333.50 PWTR-2020 CTR PAYMENT 278213 8/13/2021 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVI:12/29/2020 2130858 $4.333.50 PWTR-2020 CTR PAYMENT 278213 8/13/2021 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVI:3/30/2021 2133175 $4,333.50 PWTR-2021 CTR PAYMENT 278555 9/15/2021 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVI£7131/2021 113666-113679 $1,764.22 PW/PWTR/PWST-RSD FW#113666-113 278555 9/15/2021 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVI:7/31/2021 113666-113679 $20,943.22 PW/PWTR/PWST-RSD FW#113666-113 278635 9/15/2021 WA STATE DEPT OF TRANSPC6/16/2021 RE 41 JZ0491 L015 $312.39 PW-PROJ JZ0491 FEES 278555 9/15/2021 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVIc7/31/2021 113666-113679 $4,869.46 PW/PWTR/PWST-RSD FW#113666-113 Key Bank Page 96 of 104 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 278555 9115/2021 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVI:7/31/2021 113746-113787 $61,487.14 PWTR-RSD PJ#113746-113787 SALARIES & WAGES $94,393.49 277950 7/30/2021 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE6/15/2021 TM-202542 $103.49 PW-MAINT 278363 8/31/2021 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, 8/6/2021 AG21-113 #1 $4,490.00 PW-AG21-113 GREENWAY PAVEMENT 278431 8/31/2021 NORTHWEST TRAFFIC INC, 8/6/2021 AG21-113 #1 $94,290.00 PW-A621-113 GREENWAY PAVEMENT 278431 8/3112021 NORTHWEST TRAFFIC INC, 8/6/2021 AG21-113 #1 $-4,490.00 PW-AG21-113 GREENWAY PAVEMENT SALES TAX PAYABLE $2,204.66 726213485 7/26/2021 WA STATE REVENUE DEPART7/26/2021 601-223-538 $2,204.66 FI-06/21 REMIT SALES TAX SALES TAX PAYABLE-RECREAT $15,295.63 726213485 7126/2021 WA STATE REVENUE DEPART7/26/2021 601-223-538 $32.95 FI-06/21 REMIT SALES TAX 726213485 7/2612021 WA STATE REVENUE DEPART7/26/2021 601-223-538 $7,203.31 FI-06/21 REMIT SALES TAX 731213485 8/31/2021 WA STATE REVENUE DEPART7/31/2021 601-223-538 $7,994 41 FI-07/21 REMIT SALES TAX 731213485 8/31/2021 WA STATE REVENUE DEPART7/31/2021 601-223-538 $64.96 FI-07/21 REMIT SALES TAX SBCC SURCHARGE $586.00 278326 8/13/2021 WA STATE -STATE REVENUES,8/10/2021 JULY 2021 $585.00 FI-07/21 STATE PORTION REMIT F SCHOOL IMPACT FEES $6,486.00 278392 8/3112021 FEDERAL WAY SCHOOL DISTI8/20/2021 SIF-JULY 2021 $6,486.00 FI-JULY 2021 SCHL IMPACT FEE SEWER BILLINGS $6,209.33 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/6/2021 3075201 $344.84 PKM-04/21 1095 324TH ST S M#97 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/6/2021 3075301 $51.89 PKM-04/21 1095 324TH ST S #985 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/6/2021 3075401 $111.74 PKM-04/21 1095 324TH ST S #985 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/6/2021 3405101 $3761 CHB-04/21 600 S 333RD ST #6239 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/612021 2913103 $394 61 CHB-04/21 33325 8TH AVE S M#94 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/6/2021 2865902 $34.04 PKM-05/03/21 - 07/06/21 729 35 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/6/2021 2926402 $81.51 PKM-04/21 33914 19TH AVE SW #9 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/6/2021 2926501 $56.95 PKM-04/21 33914 19TH AVE SW M# 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/6/2021 101002 $76.88 PKM-03/21 BROOKLAKE MAIN HALL 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/22/2021 2865803 $34.04 PKM-05/03/21-07/06/21 726 356 278217 8/13/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/28/2021 1768602 $333.92 PKM-07121 3200 DASH PT RD #163 Key Bank Page 97 of 104 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 278408 8/31/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/2812021 1014202 $66.17 PKM-06/21 312 DASH PT RD M#432 278408 8/31/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'8/10/2021 3671801 $1,647.68 PKM-03/21 31600 20TH AVE S. M# 278408 8/31/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'8/10/2021 460602 $105.44 PKM-06121 2645 312TH ST S #191 278564 9/15/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC8/16/2021 101 $34.04 PKM-06/21 31132 28TH AVE S #A 278564 9/15/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'8/16/2021 824102 $71.65 PKM-06/21 30000 14TH AVE S M#5 278564 9115/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'8/16/2021 888302 $55.46 PKM-06/21 31104 28TH AVE S M#1 278564 9/15/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'8/16/2021 899802 $2,486.63 PKM-06/21 2410 312TH ST S BEAC 278564 9/15/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'9/7/2021 2865902 $34.04 PKM-07/06/21 - 09/07/21 729 35 278564 9/15/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'9/7/2021 2865803 $34.04 PKM-07/06/21-09/07/21 726 356 278564 9/15/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC8/16/2021 888103 $116.15 CHB-06/21 31132 28TH AVE S M#9 SMALL OFFICE APPARATUS $409.90 825213793 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PD VISA $409.90 PD-OFFICE CHAIR SMALL TOOLS - SHOP $1,910.17 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $66.05 PWST-GENERATOR 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $10.31 FWCC--REGENT REFILL 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $9.89 FWCC--REGENT REFILL 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $23.31 FWCC--REGENT REFILL 723214759 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 CITY VISA $22.71 FWCC--REGENT REFILL 278080 7/30/2021 TRINITY ACE HARDWARE, 7/9/2021 188981 $85.83 PKM-SUPPLIES 278024 7/30/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 7/18/2021 09652 $48 08 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 277996 7/30/2021 GRAINGER INC, 6/11/2021 9929718139 $168 57 PWST-FACILITY MAINT SUPPLIES 277996 7/30/2021 GRAINGER INC, 6/11/2021 9929718147 $129 57 PWST-FACILITY MAINT SUPPLIES 278197 8/13/2021 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-250077126/2021 5520741 $16.48 CHB-REPAIR & MAINT SUPPLIES 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $121.11 PWST-OPER SUPPLS 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $32.99 PWST-OPER SUPPLS 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $770.15 PWST-GENERATOR 278397 8/31/2021 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-250078/2/2021 8521858 $14.29 CHB-REPAIR & MAINT SUPPLIES Key Bank Page 98 of 104 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 278545 9/15/2021 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-250078/1912021 1091361 $351.22 PWST-REPAIR & MAINT SUPPLIES 278625 9/15/2021 TRINITY ACE HARDWARE, 8/31/2021 199535 $39.61 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES STONE & GRAVEL $7,038.41 277970 7/30/2021 CORLISS RESOURCES INC, 5/10/2021 319048 $467.75 SWM-CONCRETE SUPPLIES 278229 8/13/2021 LLOYD ENTERPRISES INC, 7/22/2021 3326769 $128.60 PKM-DUMP ASPHALT 278229 8/13/2021 LLOYD ENTERPRISES INC, 7/23/2021 3326795 $142.95 PKM-DUMP ASPHALT 278229 8/13/2021 LLOYD ENTERPRISES INC, 7/26/2021 3326816 $374.69 PKM-CRUSHED ROCK 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $385.03 PKM-BARK 278480 8/31/2021 WASHINGTON ROCK QUARRII7/10/2021 28633 $5,205.19 PKM-FAIRWAY TOP DRESSING SAND 278565 9/15/2021 LAKESIDE INDUSTRIES INC, 8/14/2021 170952 $134 92 PKM-REPAIR SUPPLIES 278517 9/15/2021 CORLISS RESOURCES INC, 8/16/2021 339397 $165.89 PKM-CONCRETE SUPPLIES 278570 9/15/2021 LLOYD ENTERPRISES INC, 8/17/2021 3327219 $33.39 PKM-DUMP ASPHALT TAXESIASSESSMENTS-INTERGOVT $11,428.73 726213485 7/26/2021 WA STATE REVENUE DEPART7/26/2021 601-223-538 $1,271.35 FI-06/21 REMIT SALES TAX 726213485 7/26/2021 WA STATE REVENUE DEPART7/26/2021 601-223-538 $7.61 FI-06/21 REMIT SALES TAX 726213485 7/26/2021 WA STATE REVENUE DEPART7/26/2021 601-223-538 $-7.61 FI-06/21 REMIT SALES TAX 731213485 8/31/2021 WA STATE REVENUE DEPART7/31/2021 601-223-538 $20.87 FI-07/21 REMIT SALES TAX 731213485 8/31/2021 WA STATE REVENUE DEPART7/31/2021 601-223-538 $-20.87 FI-07/21 REMIT SALES TAX 731213485 8/31/2021 WA STATE REVENUE DEPART7/31/2021 601-223-538 $9,553.13 FI-07/21 REMIT SALES TAX 278404 8/31/2021 KING COUNTY TREASURY DN8/24/2021 119600-4885-04 $189 88 PKM- NOX WEED FEE 731213485 8/31/2021 WA STATE REVENUE DEPART7/31/2021 601-223-538 $414.37 FI-07/21 REMIT SALES TAX TIRES $9,166.30 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/13/2021 1-43669 $23.12 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/1612021 1-43698 $1,305.10 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/6/2021 1-43553 $1,926.20 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (7/21/2021 1-43740 $2,113.38 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 277976 7/30/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (7/21/2021 1-43764 $701.59 PD-VEHICLE MAINT Key Bank Page 99 of 104 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 277995 7/30/2021 GOODYEAR TIRE & SERVICE 4/5/2021 195-1158742 $211.00 FLT-MAINT PARTS 277995 7/3012021 GOODYEAR TIRE & SERVICE 7/21/2021 195-1158955 $207.01 FLT-MAINT PARTS 278165 8/13/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (8/4/2021 1-43938 $676.26 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278522 9115/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (8/16/2021 1-44082 $23.12 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278522 9/15/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (8/16/2021 1-44087 $44.04 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278522 9/15/2021 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (8/18/2021 1-43575 $184.61 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278522 9/15/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (8/18/2021 1-44111 $1,021.27 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 278522 9/15/2021 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (8/19/2021 1-44124 $729.60 PD-VEHICLE MAINT TOPSOIL $103.06 278570 9/15/2021 LLOYD ENTERPRISES INC, 8/6/2021 3327038 $103.05 PKM-DUMP ASPHALT TRAFFIC INFRACTIONS $370.00 278136 8/13/2021 CARLSON. MICHAEL 7/29/2021 0992100061660 $250.00 MC -REFUND OVERPAYMENT #0992100 278333 8/13/2021 WINTER, ROBERT C 8/2/2021 0992100100096 $120.00 MC -REFUND OVERPAYMENT #0992100 UNEMOLYMENT SERVICES - CLAIMS $6,780.76 278094 7/30/2021 WA STATE EMPLOYMENT SEC7/3/2021 2021 UBI 601-223-538 $6,760.76 HR-UI TAX REIMB JUNE 2021 USE TAX PAYABLE $434.42 731213485 8/31/2021 WA STATE REVENUE DEPART7131/2021 601-223-538 $434.42 FI-07/21 REMIT SALES TAX WASTE DISPOSAL BILLINGS $8,222.56 723219491 7/2312021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $570.00 SWM-WASTE DISPOSAL 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $28.01 PKM-WASTE DISPOSAL 723219491 7/23/2021 US BANK, 7/23/2021 JUNE 2021 PROCARD $27.30 SWR-GARBAG E ACCT AUDIT 277948 7/30/2021 ALL BATTERY SALES & SERVI7/14/2021 100-10014986 $127.06 SWR-COLLECTION, TRANSPORTATION 277959 7/30/2021 CASTLE TIRE DISPOSAL LLC, 6/26/2021 11116533 $2,273.50 SWR-TIRE COLLECTION AT SMALL R 277960 7/30/2021 CASTLE TIRE DISPOSAL LLC, 6/28/2021 31119099 $120.00 SWR-TIRE COLLECTION AT SMALL R 277948 7/30/2021 ALL BATTERY SALES & SERVI6/30/2021 100-10014936 $277.78 SWR-RESIDENT BATTERY RECYCLING 278008 7/30/2021 KING COUNTY SOLID WASTE5/31/2021 117998 $618.01 PWST-SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL 278022 7/30/2021 LLOYD ENTERPRISES INC, 6/7/2021 3326009 $30.00 PWST-CLEANT CONCRETE 278024 7/30/2021 LOWE'S HIW INC, 6/25/2021 01558 $149.22 PWST-MAINT SUPPLIES Page 100 of 104 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor Invoice.Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 278070 7/30/2021 STYRO RECYCLE LLC, 7/23/2021 13699-JULY $75.00 SWR-RECYCLE EVENT 278008 7/30/2021 KING COUNTY SOLID WASTE,7/15/2021 2355297 $41.59 PKM-SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL 278022 7/30/2021 LLOYD ENTERPRISES INC, 6/16/2021 3326205 $30.00 SWM-DUMP ASPHALT 278022 7/30/2021 LLOYD ENTERPRISES INC, 6/17/2021 3326161 $1,076.05 SWM-BRUSH 278022 7/30/2021 LLOYD ENTERPRISES INC, 6/22/2021 3326277 $30.00 SWM-DUMP ASPHALT 278022 7/30/2021 LLOYD ENTERPRISES INC, 6/23/2021 3326303 $34.48 SWM-DUMP ASPHALT 278008 7/30/2021 KING COUNTY SOLID WASTE,6/24/2021 2346014 $241.09 SWM-SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL 278229 8/13/2021 LLOYD ENTERPRISES INC, 6/8/2021 3326030 $34.69 PWST-DUMP BRICK MIXED 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $27.30 SWR-COMM GARBAGE ACCT AUDIT 825219491 8/25/2021 US BANK, 8/25/2021 JULY 2021 PROCARD $40.31 SWR-REST GARBAGE ACCT AUDIT 278449 8/31/2021 RIDWELL INC, 7/21/2021 100 $1,554.00 SWR-THE CITY WILL SUBSIDIZE 6- 278413 8/31/2021 LLOYD ENTERPRISES INC, 8/5/2021 3327019 $30.00 SWM-DUMP ASPHALT 278464 8/31/2021 STERICYCLE INC, 7/26/2021 3005643776 $112.79 PD-MEDICAL WASTE REMOVAL SVC 278570 9/15/2021 LLOYD ENTERPRISES INC, 8/23/2021 3327328 $349.53 SWM-BRUSH 278557 9/15/2021 KING COUNTY SOLID WASTE,8/18/2021 2370080 $75.67 PKM-SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL 278557 9/15/2021 KING COUNTY SOLID WASTE,8/18/2021 2370184 $93.83 PKM-SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL 278557 9/15/2021 LES SCHWAB TIRE CTRS OF \5/12/2021 37800524588 $43.53 PWST-TIRE DISPOSAL 278567 9/15/2021 LES SCHWAB TIRE CTRS OF \6/7/2021 37800528466 $30.81 PWST-TIRE DISPOSAL 278567 9/15/2021 LES SCHWAB TIRE CTRS OF \7/9/2021 37800533721 $51.01 PWST-TIRE DISPOSAL 278567 9/15/2021 LES SCHWAB TIRE CTRS OF \8/27/2021 37800541657 $30.00 PWST-TIRE DISPOSAL WATER BILLINGS $40,690.35 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/6/2021 3075201 $296.12 PKM-04/21 1095 324TH ST S M#97 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/6/2021 3075301 $183.41 PKM-04/21 1095 324TH ST S #985 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/6/2021 3075401 $203.30 PKM-04/21 1095 324TH ST S #985 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/6/2021 2957001 $27.86 PKM-04/21 1095 324TH ST S M#64 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/6/2021 3050801 $7,199.71 PKM-04/21 1095 324TH ST S M#19 Key Bank Page 101 of 104 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 278076 7/30/2021 TACOMA PUBLIC UTILITIES, 6/24/2021 100048250 $3,612.06 PKDBC-05/26/21-06/24121 PUBLIC 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/6/2021 101002 $54 38 PKM-03/21 BROOKLAKE MAIN HALL 278015 7130/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/12/2021 2830801 $220.94 PKM-04/21 2700 340TH PL SW #90 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/6/2021 101103 $479.91 PKM-04/21 630 356TH ST M#90704 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/6/2021 2926402 $201.09 PKM-04/21 33914 19TH AVE SW #9 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7l6/2021 2926501 $185.62 PKM-04/21 33914 19TH AVE SW M# 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/16/2021 2781401 $27.86 PKM-04/21 2501 349TH PL SW M#9 278015 713012021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/6/2021 3266301 $27.86 PKM-04/21 1540 SW 356TH ST#568 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7l6/2021 3753001 $218.80 PKM-04/21 550 SW CAMPUS DR M#4 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/6/2021 99902 $7427 PKM-04/21 411 348TH ST S M#995 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/12/2021 2798301 $27 86 PKM-04/21 1499 SW 325TH PL IRR 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7l6/2021 3405101 $61 05 CHB-04/21 600 S 333RD ST #6239 278015 7/3012021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/6/2021 3499201 $27.86 CHB-04/21 2220 S 333RD ST#2016 278015 7/3012021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/6/2021 2913103 $395 57 CHB-04/21 33325 8TH AVE S M#94 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7l6/2021 2922203 $14.46 CHB-04/21 33325 8TH AVE S M#93 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7l6/2021 2922503 $707.14 CHB-04/21 33325 8TH AVE S M#94 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/6/2021 3238401 $216.52 PWST-05/21 32001 PACIFIC HWY S 278015 7130/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/6/2021 3336201 $27.86 PWST-05/21 32409 PACIFIC HWY S 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/6/2021 3336301 $27.86 PWST-05/21 32402 PACIFIC HWY S 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/6/2021 3383601 $841.95 PWST-05/21 33300 PACIFIC HWY S 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7l6/2021 3383701 $672.02 PWST-05/21 32500 PACIFIC HWY S 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/6/2021 3513001 $342.49 PWST-05/21 33647 20TH AVE S IR 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/16/2021 3341901 $248.90 PWST-05/21 1559 S 356 ST IRRIG 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/16/2021 3519201 $27 86 PWST-05/21 3570022ND AVE SW IR 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/16/2021 3687901 $511.44 PWST-05/21 1221 S 352ND ST IRR 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/16/2021 3742601 $868 30 PWST-05/21 1218 S 356TH ST IRR Key Bank Page 102 of 104 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/27/2021 482303 $27.86 PWST-04/21 28866 PACIFIC HWY S 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'6/16/2021 3702201 $27.86 PWST-04/21 1119 S DASH POINT R 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'6/16/2021 3791001 $69.89 PWST-04/21 1119 S DASH POINT R 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'6/16/2021 835904 $27.86 PWST-04/21 30421 16 AVE S IRR 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/6/2021 2961401 $27.86 PWST-05/21 34727 PACIFIC HWY S 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/16/2021 3042401 $27.86 PWST-05/21 2500 336 ST SW IRR 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/16/2021 3341801 $27.86 PWST-05/21 35826 16 AVE S IRRI 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC4/20/2021 3657701 $27.86 PWST-04/21 1456 S 308TH ST 308 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'/10/2021 482405 $27.86 PWST-04/21 28850 PACIFIC HWY S 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'6/16/2021 3088801 $27.86 PWST-02/21 2000 312 ST S IRR M 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'6/16/2021 3200201 $648.81 PWST-04/21 32001 WEYERHAEUSER 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'6/16/2021 3642501 $27.86 PWST-04/21 30801 14TH AVE S M# 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'6/16/2021 3653601 $198.88 PWST-04/21 31114 28 AVE S M#46 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/6/2021 3518001 $69.85 PWST-05/21 35205 PACIFIC HWY S 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/6/2021 3541001 $27.86 PWST-05/21 930 348TH ST S IRR 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/6/2021 3552401 $27.86 PWST-05/21 35503 PACIFIC HWY S 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/6/2021 3563071 $27.86 PWST-05/21 101 S 348TH ST IP3 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/6/2021 3578601 $176.74 PWST-05/21 1283 S 336TH ST M#4 278015 7/30/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRICT/9/2021 482405 $27.86 PWST-02121 28850 PACIFIC HWY S 278076 7/30/2021 TACOMA PUBLIC UTILITIES, 6/24/2021 100048250 $328.37 PKDBC-05/26/21-06/24/21 PUBLIC 278217 8/13/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/22/2021 3059601 $27.86 PKM-06/21 3200 349TH ST S M#96 278217 8/13/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/28/2021 2592702 $27.86 PKM-06/21 32837 10 PL SW IRR M 278408 8/31/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC8/10/2021 3586001 $90.24 PKM-06/21 31531 1 STAVES M#42 278408 8/31/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRICT8/10/2021 3671801 $1,529.72 PKM-03/21 31600 20TH AVE S. M# 278408 8/31/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC8/10/2021 460602 $235.16 PKM-06/21 2645 312TH ST S #191 278408 8/31/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'8/16/2021 924602 $27.86 PKM-06/21 2301 S 292ND ST IRR Key Bank Page 103 of 104 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 278408 8/31/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/28/2021 1014202 $130.33 PKM-06/21 312 DASH PT RD M#432 278408 8/31/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/28/2021 2592802 $27.86 PKM-06/21 1210 333 ST SW M#887 278408 8/31/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/28/2021 2781501 $27,86 PKM-06/21 31200 DASH PT RD SW 278408 8/31/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC7/28/2021 2906301 $2,280.70 PKM-06/21 312 DASH PT RD SW #4 278408 8/31/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'8/4/2021 2832301 $27.86 PKM-06/21 30619 16TH AVE SW M# 278408 8/31/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRICT/4/2021 2984001 $27.86 PKM-06/21 31850 7TH AVE SW M#6 278408 8/31/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC8/10/2021 1941803 $2.246.99 PKM-06/21 31600 20 AVE S M#191 278408 8/31/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRICT/10/2021 2049903 $27.86 PKM-06/21 31531 1 STAVE S M#59 278564 9/15/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'8/16/2021 101 $27.86 PKM-06/21 31132 28TH AVE S #A 278564 9/15/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'8/20/2021 3033601 $553.39 PKM-07121 28159 24TH PL S M#97 278564 9/15/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC8/1612021 2814401 $3,252.70 PKM-06/21 2645 312TH IRR/ANNEX 278564 9/15/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'8/16/2021 822402 $2.664.42 PKM-06/21 30009 16TH AVE S IRR 278564 9/15/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'8/16/2021 824102 $175.50 PKM-06/21 30000 14TH AVE S M#5 278564 9/15/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'8/16/2021 888302 $46.70 PKM-06/21 31104 28TH AVE S M#1 278564 9/15/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'8/16/2021 896402 $27.86 PKM-06/21 2410 312TH ST #98420 278564 9/15/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC8/16/2021 899802 $2,329.54 PKM-06/21 2410 312TH ST S BEAC 278616 9/15/2021 TACOMA PUBLIC UTILITIES, 4/26/2021 100048250 $32&58 PKDBC-03/27/21-04/26/21 PUBLIC 278616 9/15/2021 TACOMA PUBLIC UTILITIES, 8/5/2021 100048250 $2,819.95 PKDBC-06/25/21-07/26/21 PUBLIC 278564 9/15/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'8/16/2021 2426604 $27.86 PAEC-06/21 2141 314 ST. S. IRR 278564 9/15/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'8/16/2021 2446104 $14.46 PAEC-06/21 2141 314 ST. S. DET 278564 9/15/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'8/16/2021 2322804 $1,126.92 CHB-06/21 31510 20 AVE S. IRR 278564 9/15/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC8/16/2021 2426304 $206.40 CHB-06/21 2141 314 ST. S. #087 278564 9/15/2021 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'8/16/2021 888103 $131.06 CHB-06/21 31132 28TH AVE S M#9 278616 9/15/2021 TACOMA PUBLIC UTILITIES, 4/26/2021 100048250 $29.87 PKDBC-03/27/21-04/26/21 PUBLIC 278616 9/15/2021 TACOMA PUBLIC UTILITIES, 8/5/2021 100048250 $256.35 PKDBC-06/25/21-07/26/21 PUBLIC WITNESS FEES/JUROR FEES $3,344.44 Key Bank Page 104 of 104 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 729210080 7/29/2021 JURY/WITNESS FUND, 7/29/2021 APR 2021 $405.98 MC-04/21 JURY/WITNESS FEE REIM 729210080 7/29/2021 JURY/WITNESS FUND, 7/29/2021 JUNE 2021 $1,701.24 MC-06/21 JURY/WITNESS FEE REIM 729210080 7/29/2021 JURY/WITNESS FUND, 7/29/2021 MAY 2021 $1.237.22 MC-05/21 JURY/WITNESS FEE REIM WKRS COMPENSATION/IND INS $30.63 278097 7/30/2021 WA STATE LABOR & INDUSTR7/28/2021 2ND QTR 2021 $8.36 FI-2Q/21 L&I VOLUNTEER HOURS 278097 7/30/2021 WA STATE LABOR & INDUSTR7/28/2021 2ND QTR 2021 $0.14 FI-2Q/21 L&I VOLUNTEER HOURS 278097 7/30/2021 WA STATE LABOR & INDUSTR7/28/2021 2ND QTR 2021 $0.65 FI-2Q/21 L&I VOLUNTEER HOURS 278097 7/30/2021 WA STATE LABOR & INDUSTR7/28/2021 2ND QTR 2021 $2.33 FI-2Q/21 L&I VOLUNTEER HOURS 278097 7/30/2021 WA STATE LABOR & INDUSTR7/28/2021 2ND QTR 2021 $3.74 FI-2Q/21 L&I VOLUNTEER HOURS 278097 7/30/2021 WA STATE LABOR & INDUSTR7/28/2021 2ND QTR 2021 $15.41 FI-2Q/21 L&I VOLUNTEER HOURS WORK RELEASE $4.917.00 277977 7/30/2021 EHM WASHINGTON LLC, 6/7/2021 18363 $52 50 PD-MONITORING SVC 277977 7/30/2021 EHM WASHINGTON LLC, 6/17/2021 18740 $200.00 PD-MONITORING SVC 278032 7/30/2021 MOON SECURITY SVC INC, 6/30/2021 1079096 $225.00 PD-HOUSE ARREST 277938 7/30/2021 2 WATCH MONITORING INC, 7/1/2021 42840 $2,182.75 PD-HOME MONITORING SERVICES 278337 8/31/2021 2 WATCH MONITORING INC, 8/1/2021 43071 $2,256.75 PD-HOME MONITORING SERVICES Total $6,054,635.98 08/20/2021 CW-PAYROLL VOUCHERS 08/01-08/15 $1,741,713.89 CW-PAYROLL VOUCHERS 08/16-08l31 $2,146,083.07 09/03/2021 $3,887,796.96 COUNCIL MEETING DATE: October 05, 2021 ITEM #: 5 d CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL SUBJECT: JULY 2021 MONTHLY FINANCIAL REPORT POLICY QUESTION: Should the Council approve the July 2021 Monthly Financial Report? COMMITTEE: Finance, Economic Development and Regional Affairs Committee MEETING DATE: September 28, 2021 CATEGORY: ® Consent ❑ Ordinance ❑ City Council Business ❑ Resolution STAFF REPORT BY: Steve Groom, Finance Director Attachments: ■ July 2021 Monthly Financial Report ❑ Public Hearing ❑ Other DEPT: Finance Options Considered: 1. Approve the July 2021 Monthly Financial Report as presented 2. Deny approval of the July 2021 Monthly Financial Report and provide direction to staff. MAYOR'S RECOMMENDATION: Mayor recommends approval of Option 1. MAYOR APPROVAL: �� APPROVAL: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: I move to forward the July 2021 Monthly Financial Report to the October 05, 2021 consent agenda for approval. �Q --ww Committee Chair Committee Member Committee Member PROPOSED COUNCIL MOTION: "I move approval of the July 2021 Monthly Financial Report. " (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERKS OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: ❑ APPROVED COUNCIL BILL # ❑ DENIED 1ST reading ❑ TABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION Enactment reading ❑ MOVED TO SECOND READING (ordinances only) ORDINANCE # REVISED — 08/12/2010 RESOLUTION # CITY OF Federal Way DATE: September 16, 2021 TO: Mayor and City Council Management Team FROM: Steve Groom, Finance Director Chase Donnelly, Deputy Finance Director SUBJECT: July 2021 Monthly Financial Report This report is to brief you on monthly and year-to-date (YTD) revenues and expenses, compared to budget and prior year, and on the city's cash and fund balance positions. General/Street Fund Revenues & Transfer In, are favorable to YTD budget of $33.9M by $0.5M or 1.6%. General/Street Fund Expenditures & Transfer Out, are favorable to YTD budget of $29.9M by $1.2M (4.0%). The City's cash balance trend, and Sales Tax receipts, are shown below: City of Federal Way Cash and Investments Trend $100,000,000 $90,000,000 $80,000,000 $70,000,000 $60,000,000 $50,000,000 $40,000,000 $30,000,000 $ 2 0, 000, 000 $10, 000, 000 $0 ti� City of Federal Way- Sales Tax Revenue Received $20,000,000 $18,000, 000 $16,000, 000 $14,000,000 $12, 000,000 $10, 000,000 $8,000,000 $6,000,000 Budget Cumulative $4,000,000 — Prior Year Cumulative $2,000,000 = Actual cumulative $0 I CITY OF Federal 1� FINANCE DEPARTMENT The following are highlights of the July 2021 Monthly Financial Report. Detailed financial information can be found after the summary report. Notable Areas in the General & Street Fund As detailed in the table below: * Sales Tax revenue is trending favorably, $0.77M or 10.0% above 2021 year-to-date budget, and $0.81 M or 10.7% above 2020 year-to-date collections. Retail sales are $0.84M above 2020 year-to-date collections. This is a very strong indicator of the health of the local economy. CD Permits & Fees revenue is trending favorably, $0.3M or 19.1 % above 2021 year-to-date budget and $0.7M or 59.3% above 2020 year-to-date collections. One large permit review fee this year is for Redondo Heights Senior Living Facility. Total Expenditures & Transfer Out is trending favorably, $1.18M or 4.0% below year-to-date budget, and $0.98M or 3.3% below 2020 year-to-date actuals. This is primarily due to the delay of hiring temporary staff for Parks activities due to the Covid-19 pandemic, filling of Police Department vacant positions, and timing of expenditures in departments. GENERAL & STREET FUND SUMMARY 2020 2021 j YID Budget vs. Actual FawraNel( dawraMe) Annual Budget Annual Actual Y1D Actual Annual Budget YTD Budget YID Actual $ % Begin&g Fund Balance $11,604,046 $11,604,046 $11,604,046 $12575,815 $12,575,815 $ 12575,815 ula nla Remues; Covid-191Amedcan Rescue Plan (ARPA) Grants 4,542,226 4,536,748 19216,886 9,608,443 9,608,443 0.0% Sales Tax 14,457,381 16,127,570 7,590,320 15,949,155 7,635,589 8,401,445 765,855 10,0°/o Property Taxes 11,275,838 11,092,158 5,895,915 11,385,965 6,052,084 6,078,582 26,498 0.4% State Shared Revenue 3,022,000 3,025,271 1,486,893 3,022,000 1,485,286 11454,617 (30,669) -2.1°b CDPemuts &Fees 2,201,255 1,964,825 1,124,006 2,514,363 1,502,633 1,790,022 287,389 19.1% Business License Fees 622,000 643,824 402,030 622,000 362,833 392,404 29,570 8.1% Admissions Tax 806,513 67,732 61,764 306,513 178,799 166,633 (12,166) -6.8% OtherRevenues 12,127,431 10,214,843 4,931,692 11,083,704 4,844,139 4,323,728 (520,411) -10.7/o Transfers in from Other Funds to support operations 1 10,956,380 8,731,528 5,560,006 7,800,850 2,221251 2,221,251 - 0.0% Total Rewnues & Transfer l0 1 60,011,023 56,404,500 27,052,627 71,902,036 1 33,891,058 34,437,124 546,066 1.6% Total Expen&tures & Transfer Oul 62,093,143 55,432,735 29,739,236 73,701,059 1 29,946565 28,762,770 1,183,795 4.0% Total Ending FundBalauce $ 9521,926 $12,575,811 FS 8,917,437 $10,776,792 1 $16,520,308 $ 18,250,169 nla nla Y OF 1 Federal Wa .� y Notable Areas in Other Funds FINANCE DEPARTMENT ■ Utility Tax revenue is trending favorably, $1.0M or 12.5% above 2021 year-to-date budget, and $1.64M or 222% above 2020 year-to-date actual. Extension of utility tax on water services and addition 10% on solid waste services account for the increase. Real Estate Excise Tax (REET) is $0.78M or 44.5% above 2021 year-to-date budget, and $0.85M or 50.6% above 2020 year-to-date collections. This is an indicator of the King County real estate market. R Expenditures & Transfer Out is favorable, $3.70M or 22.5% below YTD budget, and $0.42M or 3.2% below 2020 year-to-date actuals. This is primarily due to timing of arterial street overlay projects for residential streets, lower jail service costs due to having lower average daily population in jails, and reduction in costs for city facilities due to closures from the COVID-19 pandemic. OTHER SIGNIFICANT FUNDS OF NOTE 2020 2021 I'M Budget is. Actual Annual }TD YfD FavoraHel(Unfavorade) Budget Budget Actual $ % Annual Budget Annual Actual YID Actual Rercnues; Utility Tax 11.147,187 11.499.989 5.704.461 10.584.294 5.287.493 6.091.679 804.186 15 2% Utility Tax- Prop I Voter Pacbgoe 3.150.360 3.172,466 1,665.420 3.093.312 1,549.948 1.867.396 318,448 20.Vo Utility Tax -Solid Waste IN 2:000.000 1.166.667 1.048.074 (118.593) -10.2% Real Estate Excise Tax 3.640.000 4.467.111 1.679.480 3.640.000 1.750,748 2.529,159 778.412 44.5% Traffic Safety (Red Light/School Zone) 1872442 2.156,205 1,443.650 2,872,442 1.749.520 1,457.436 (292.085) -16.7% HoteUMotel Lodging Tax 300.000 133.773 74.523 150.000 66.683 71.390 4.7071 7.160 Federal Way Community Center 1.174.360 495.155 383.889 1.973.568 1.151.248 561.939 (589309) -51.20 PerfomungArts & Event CtrOperations 486.877 591.152 365.747 1319.780 769.872 629.488 (140.,841 -18.20 Du masBay Cen(re Fund 359.661 128.174 126.979 785.151 458,005 5.718 (452.287) -98.80,0 Total Revenues 23,130,887 22,644,024 11,444,148 26,418547 13,949,184 14.262,279 313,095 2.2% Exlxnditures & Transfers Out: Utility Tax Support to Other Funds for operations 10,422.985 10,173.601 5,474.229 9,735.443 3.031,843 3.031,843 Utility Tax Proposition I operations 4.075.246 3.739.949 2.121338 4.097,154 2390.007 2,132.856 257.150 10.8% Solid Waste 10,oUtility Tax - Residential Streets Overlay 2.000.000 1.166,667 270.098 896.569 76.84o Real Estate Excise Tax Support to Debt and Capital Projects 4.81$641 4.818.641 1.785.615 3.973.0181 2.960,018 2 960.018 0.00; Traffic Safety (Red Light/School Zone) 4.189.726 2.521.708 1.661.657 2,736.957 1 1.702.171 1.342.668 359.503 21.1% HotcVMotel Lodging Tax 300.000 28.787 9.089 155.000 90.417 10.810 79.607 SUP Jail Fund Services 3,303.463 1,927,020 1.016.438 910.582 473', Federal Way Community Center 1.766.615 1,367.312 816.790 2.278342 1.304,396 1.054.297 250.099 19.20 Perfortni no, Arts & Event Ctr Operations 1.331,690 1.452.916 902,750 2,403.726 1,402.171 679.590 721581 51.5° Dumas Bay Centre Fund 744.087 602,682 422.109 942,431 501.322 1 276.39, 224.929 44.90,0 Total Expenditures & Transfers Out 27,648,990 24,705,597 13,194 578 31,625,433 16,476,032 12,775,010 3,701,021 22.5% Fndi2g Fund Balance Utility Tax (non-Prop1) 1,506.932 1 2.198.214 1.500.000 2,090.236 5.259,849 n/a n/a U6lityTax-Prop IVotcrPackage 1.027.012 1332.303 1.040.031 1305.288 1.067,491 n/a n/a Utility Tax- Solid Waste 10% 778.100 Real Estate Excise Tax Fund 2.070.443 2.882,436 3.124.332 2.579.419 2,453.179 n/a n/a Traffic Safety Fund 270.442 1.216.158 1.200.001 1.365?44 1.725.016 n/a n/a HoteNotel Lodging Tax 1.335.006 1.441.175 1.399.292 1,441.177 - 1.502.633 n/a n/a Jail Fund M n/a n/a Federal Way Community Center 1.500.000 1.499,998 1.499.999 1.507.233 1319.658 n/a nla Performing Arts & Event Ctr Op orations 01 1 (1} 354.046 n/a n/a Dumas Bay Centre Fund 1.500.001 1 1,499.9981 1.499,9991 1.569,899 1 j1456.504 n/a n/a Total Finding Fund Balance $ 9109A36 $12,070382 1 $11263,654 1 $11,858,496 f $ CITY OF ,�... Federal Way FINANCE DEPARTMENT Revenues are above 2020 year-to-date actual by $0.81 M or 10.7%, and above 2021 year-to-date budget by $0.77M or 10.0%. The sales tax collected for May 2021 is paid in July 2021, because there is a two -month lag. City of Federal Way- Sales Tax Revenue Received $20,000,000 $18,000,000 $16,000,000 $14,000,000 512,000,000 $10,000,000 $8,000,000 $6,000,000 W Budget Cumulative $4,000,000 — Prior Year Cumulative $2,000,000 Actual cumulative $0 City of Federal Way Sales Tax Revenue Comparison by Group 55,t�bnou -- ------------ ■ YTD 2020 Yf G 2021 S l lip) nr10 F:•i Cc 1,cQie� t]:wr LOCAL RETAIL SALES TAX REVENUES YTD July Month 2020 Actual 2021 Fawrabl a/(Unfawrabl e) Change from 2020 YTD Actual w Budget Budget Actual $ % $ % Jan $ - $ - $ - $ - - $ - - Feb 1,632,752 1,584,871 1,604.220 (28,532) -1.7% 19349 1.2% Mar 1,182,535 1,137,656 1,228,579 46,044 3.9% 90,923 8.0% Apr 1,066,267 1,083,095 1,185,132 118,865 11.1% 102,037 9.4% May 1,130,545 1,318,854 1,508,266 377,721 33.4% 189,412 14.4% Jun 1,154,633 1,208,658 1,401,831 247,198 21.4% 193,172 16.0% Jul 1,423,588 1,302,455 1,473,417 49,829 3.5% 170,962 13.1% Aug 1,473,117 1,457,202 - - - » Sep 1,511,762 1,394,681 Oct 1,419,920 1,395,727 Nov 1,456,510 11471,368 Dec 2,675,940 2,595,186 - - - - _ YTD Total $ 7,590,320 $ 7,635,589 $ 8,401,445 $ 811,125 10.7% $ 765,855 10.0% Annual Total $ 16,127,569 $ 15,949,755 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a CITY OF Federal Way FINANCE DEPARTMENT Hotel/Motel Lodging Tax Revenues are unfavorable, below 2020 year-to-date actual by $3K or 4.2%, but above 2021 year-to-date budget by $5K or 7.1 % and improving, as the graph below indicates. The travel, tourism, and hospitality industry has been greatly affected negatively by COVID-19 due to people traveling less. City of Federal Way - Lodging Tax Revenue Received $160,000 $240,000 $120,000 $100,000 $80,000 $60,000 O Budget Cumulative $40,000 -Prior Year Cumulative $20,000 - Actual cumulative $0 City of Federal Way Historical Lodging Tax Remittances by Month $45,000 - - 540,000 535.000 - $30,000 $25,000 $20,000 - $15,000 $10,000 $5,0$00 2+11fi i)G17 t201A 02u19 020?0 22021 * HOTEUMOTEL LODGING TAX REVENUES Year-to-date thru July Month 2020 Actual 2021 Fawra bl a/(Un favora bl e) Change from 2020 YTD Actual vs Budget Budget Actual $ % $ % Jan $ - $ - $ - $ - - $ - - Feb 20,477 10,557 7,186 (13,291) -64.9% (3,371) -31.9% Mar 18,201 10,004 8,765 (9,436) -51.8% (1,239) -12.4% Apr 12,425 11,295 9,582 (2,843) -22.9% (1,713) -15.2% May 6,289 12,065 13,702 7,413 117.9% 1,637 13.6% Jun 11,734 10,983 16,381 4,647 39.6% 5,398 49.1% Jul 5,397 11,779 15,774 10,377 192.3% 3,995 33.9% Aug 10,228 15,803 - - - - - Sept 9,697 17,030 - - - - Oct 10,950 17,566 - - Nov 9,957 13,694 - - - - Dec 18,419 19,223 - - - - YID Total $ 74,523 $ 66,683 $ 71,390 $ (3,133) 4.2% $ 4,707 7.1 % Annual Total $ 133,773 $ 150,000 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a CITY OF �._. Federal Way Community Development Permit Activity FINANCE DEPARTMENT Revenues are above 2020 year-to-date actual by $0.67M or 59.3%, and above 2021 year-to-date budget by $0.29M or 19.1 %. Annual Total 2017 - $2,019,477 2018 - $2,595.395 2019 - $4,546,432 2020 - $1.964,825 BUILDING & LAND USE PERMITS AND FEES (CD) Year-to-date thru July Month 2020 Actual 2021 Change from 2020 .. Favorable/(Unfavorable) WD Actual vs Budget Budget Actual $ % $ % Jan 170,936 127.093 409.140 238,204 139.4% 282.048 221.9% Feb 164.352 237,788 328.948 164,596 100.1% 91,160 38.3% Mar 198,647 186;291 318.047 119.400 60.1% 131.755 70.7% Apr 208,283 243.502 156,801 (51,482) -24.7% (86,701) -35.6% May 143,034 308,601 168,559 25,526 17.8% (140,042) -45.4% Jun 162,861 177,992 228,661 65.801 40.40/'o 50.669 28.5% Jul 75,894 221,366 179,865 103.971 137.0% (41,501) -18.7% Aug 146,947 224,347 - - - Sept 236.817 186,434 - - - Oct 132,715 244.118 - Nov 176.803 187.530 - - - - Dec 147,537 169.302 - - - - WDTotal $ 1,124,006 $ 1,502,633 $1,790,022 $ 666,016 593% $ 287,389 19.1% Annual Total $ 1,964,825 1 S 2,514,363 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a Real Estate Excise Tax Revenues are above 2020 year-to-date actual by $0.85M or 50.6%, and above 2021 year-to-date budget by $0.78M or 44.5%. July 2021 activities include 145 real estate transactions. There were 144 taxable residential sales (total sales $71.9M / $356K tax), and 1 commercial sale (total sale $6.1M / $30K tax). The remaining amount collected is from state shared revenue. REAL ESTATE EXCISE TAX REVENUES Year-to-date thru July Month_ 2020 Actual 2021 Favorabl e/(Un favorabl e) Change from 2020 YTD Actual vs Budget Budget Actual $ % $ % Jan $ 193.226 $ 196.790 $ 193,639 $ 413 0.2% $ (31151) -1.6% Feb 273,266 275,099 237,843 (35.423) -13.0% (37;255) -13.5% Mar 164.884 281,048 339,701 174,817 106.0% 58,653 20.9°% Apr 185348 221,847 427,556 242,208 130.7% 205.710 92.7% May 309.742 234,809 381,942 72,200 23.3% 147.133 62.7% Jun 237,980 276,324 509.935 271,955 114.3% 233,611 84.5% Jul 315.033 264,831 438,542 123.509 39.2% 173,710 65.6% Aug 286.510 316.259 - - - - Sep 432,262 348,374 - Oct 317.205 370,580 - Nov 272,994 281,483 Dec 1,478,659 572,558 - - Y fD Total 1,679A80 1.750.748 2,529.159 849,679 50.6% 778,412 44.5% Annual Total $ 4,467,111 $ 3.640,000 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a CITY OF Federal Way Utility Tax FINANCE DEPARTMENT Revenues are above 2020 year-to-date actual by $1.64M or 22.2%, and above 2021 year-to-date budget by $1.OM or 12.5%, due to extension of utility tax on water and sewer services and additional 10% on solid waste services. The utility tax collected by utility companies for May 2021 is paid to the City in July 2021. �i LTrILM'TAXES Year-to-date thru July Month 2020 Actual 2021 Favorable/(Unfavorable) Change from 2020 YTD Actual .s Budget Budget Actual S Var % Var S Var % Var Jan $ 372 S 689 $ - $ - $ Feb 996,007 1,264,804 1,396,834 400,827 4(12%0 132.030 10A% Mar 1.122530 13398.546 1,420,015 297,485 26.5% 21,469 1-5% Apr 1,096,086 11452,324 1,505,804 409,778 37.4% 53-540 33% May 963,935 1,295.203 1,627,736 6,03,801 6$9% 332,533 25.7% Jun 797,507 1,105,671 1,820,591 1,023,084 128.3% 714,920 64,7o/u Jul 21398,996 1,505,853 1,236,109 (1,162,887) —48.5u/o (269,744) -17 9% Aug 1.083.596 914,444 - - - - Sept 870,098 1,310,301 - - - Oct 1,428,106 1,379,929 - - Nov 1,090,121 1,153,888 Dec 2,830,821 2,915 955 - - - - YTDSubtotal S 7,375,433 S 8,023,090 S 9,007,149 S 1,631,716 22.1% S 984,059 12.3% Rebate (57556) (19,982) 0-0% 19,982 -100.0% YrD Total S 7.369,878 S 8,003.108 S 9,007,149 S 1,637,271 22.2% S 1004,041 12.5% Annual Total S 14,672,455 S 15,677,606 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a M11Y TAXES - by Type Year-to4ate thru July lhility Type I 2020 Actual 2021 Actual Fawrable/(Llnfawrable) Change from 2020 $ % Electric S 2,533.435 S 2,715,935 S 182,500 7.20 Gas 944.732 1,095,541 150,809 16.090 Water/Sewer 1,620,979 1,670.142 49,163 IV0 Solid Waste 583,680 812259 228,579 39.2% Solid Waste -10% 1,048,074 1,048,074 n/a Cable 843,498 820,827 (22,671) -2.7°o Other 849,109 844,371 (4,738) -0.6% TayRebate (5,556) 5.556 -100.0% YID Total $ 7,369,878 LS 9,007,149 $ 1,637,271 22.2% City of Federal Way Utility Tax Revenue Received $20,000,000 51s,000,000 $,, -,000,000 $_4,000,e00 "000,C00 $10,000,c00 55;000,000 EI Budget Cumulative S4,000,000 — Prior Year Cumulative S2,000.000 actual cumulative 10 The City has a utility tax rebate program that opens January 1" and closes May 3 1 " of each year for qualifying low-income residents. The City processed 53 rebates in 2020, for a total of $5,721. The City has not processed any rebates through July 2021, but rebates will be shown in the August report. CITY OF Fed a ra I Way FINANCE DEPARTMENT Proposition 1 Voter Approved Utility Tax Revenues are above 2021 year-to-date budget by $0.3M or 20.6%. The increase in collections is due to the extension of Utility tax to water and sewer services. PROP 1 Utility Tax Fund _ 2020 2021 Yr9 Budget vs. Actual Favorable/(Unfawrable) Budget Actual Budget YID ITD Actual S % Beginning Balance: 1,144,644 1,144,644 1.332,301 1.332.301 1,332,301 0 0.0% Total Prop 1 Revenues: 3,150,360 3,177,929 3,093,312 S 1,548,948 1,868.046 S 319,099 20.6% Transfer in from Utility Tax Fund 807.254 749,678 1 976.829 - n/a Public Safety Improvement Positions & Costs: Police Services (includes 1 Records Specialist, 16 Police Officers, & 2 Lieutenants) 2,764A19 2.458.749 2.779.468 1.621.356.33 1.465.740 155:616.52 9,6% Court Services (includes .50Judge, 1 Court Clerk, and Pro Tern Pay, Public Defender contract. 1.5 Prosecutors) 1.041,159 995.583 1,029,837 600.738 25 519,402 81,336.04 13.5% Total Public Safety Improvement Costs 3,805,577 3,454,332 3,809,305 2,222,095 1,985,142 236,953 10.7% Community Safety Program Costs: 1 Code Enforcement Officer 95,218 101.472 103,811 60.556,42 52,500 8.056.08 13.3% 5 Assistant City Attorney 71,013 73.062 79,236 46,220.74 36.785 9,435,69 20A% 1 Parks Maintenance Worker 1 & Security 103.437 111,084 104,802 61,134.50 58,429 2.705.11 4.4% Total Community Safety Improvement Costs 269,667 285,619 1 287,849 1 167,912 147,715 20,197 12.0% Total Prop 1 Expenditures: 4,075,245 3,739,951 4.097.1541 2.390,006 2,132,857 257.149 10.8% Total Ending Fund Balance: S 1.027.013 S 1,332301 S 1,305,288 j S 491,242 1 S 1,067,491 ,S 576,248 j -1173% Traffic Sae -Red Light ISchool Zone Revenues are below 2021 year-to-date budget by $0.3M or 16.7%, but above 2020 year-to-date actual by $0.01M or 1.0%, primarily due to school closures, and employees working from home during the Covid-19 pandemic. Traffic Safety Fund - Red Light Photo Revenue Month 2020 Actual 2021 Favorable/(Unfavorable) Change from 2020 YM Actual vs Budget Budget Actual $ % $ % _ Jan $ 257,784 $ 246,302 $ 153,068 $ (104,717) -40.6% $ (93,234.5)I -3T9% Feb 269.723 227,955 133,672 (136,051) -50.4% $ (94,282.7) 41.4% Mar 256,700 234.311 172.973 (83,727) -32.6% $ (61,337.8) -26.2% Apr 300.444 243.691 146259 (154,185) -51.3% $ (97,431.8) -40.0% May 110,173 241,520 212,005 101,832 92.4% $ (29.514.7) -12.2% ,Tun 112,718 289,097 336,071 223353 198.2% $ 46,974.3 16.2% Jul 136,108 266,645 303,388 167,280 122.9% $ 36,742.7 13.8% Aug 138,380 188,460 - - - - - Sep 137,654 186,581 - Oct 144,226 246.568 - - Nov 140,473 283,294 - - Dec 151.822 21&018 - - V./al - - YID Total $1,443,650 $1,749520 $1,457 436 . $__ _ 13 786 .0°/a.$ (292,085) -16.7°/Annual Total $2,156,205 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a Traffic Safety Fund pays for 1 Lieutenant, 8 Police Officers, 3 City Traffic positions, Municipal Court security services, red light photo services, Valleycomm emergency communication services, School Zone Enhancements capital improvement projects, and patrol vehicles. CITY OF ,ram, Federal Way Police Department Overtime The total overtime budget of $1.39M consists of $1.08M for City overtime and $31 OK for billable time. City's portion of overtime is $0.03M or 4.2% above year-to-date projections, and $0.11M above 2020 year-to-date actuals. The month of July overtime increase of $76K above 2020 year-to-date actual is primarily due to an increase in special events, and an increase in shift call -in overtime. Jail Services FINANCE DEPARTMENT PD O%ertime by Month Year-to-date thru July Month 2020 Actual 2021 (FavorableM infawrable Change from 2020 YrD Actual vs Budget Budget Actual $ % S % Jan S 127,979 S 95,419 S 59,146 S (68.833) -53.8% S (36,273) -38,096 Feb 101.411 91,043 52,169 (49,243) 486% (38,875) 4Z70i6 Mar 64,125 77,383 60,392 (3,733) -5.8% (16,991) -22.0% Apr 44.288 80,175 106,611 62,323 140.7a/a 26,436 33.0% May 66,174 93,211 130,840 64,666 97.7% 37,6291 40,4% Jun 65,514 86,124 92A84 26.970 41,2% 6,360 7.4aia Jul 94,915 122,774 171,311 76,396 80.5% 48,537 39.5% Aug 83,753 78,124 - - - Sep 68,846 81,022 - Oct 50,413 100,261 - - - Nov 66,258 85.873 - Dec 70,881 87,027 Citv Portion 564,405 646,129 672,952 108,547 191% 26,823 4.2% Billable 177,609 180,564 197,154 19.545 110". 16.590 92% YID Total $ 742,0141 S 826.6941 S 870.106 $ 128,092 173% S 43A13 53%: Billable S 154.008 1 S 128,975 S - S - S Annual Total S 1,236,172 1 $1.387,975 1 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a The City maintains multiple contracts with other governmental agencies for its jail services, after it discontinued its owner relationship with SCORE Jail in December 2019. The budgeted average daily population (ADP) is 70, but year-to-date average ADP has been 24.5. Jail and Alternatives to Confinement Ir 2018 Actual 1 2019 Actual 2020 Actual 2021 Annual Budget. YTD Actual Total Jail Operations $6,417,479 $5,932,095 $1,712,883 $ 3,303,463 $1,016,437 Debt Service Payments for SCOREJail - 889,718 847,566 851,925 230,963 Total Jail Cost $6,417,479 $6,821,813 $2,560,449 $ 4,155,388 $1,247,399 The City continues to be liable for its portion of the debt service on the SCORE building. The total remaining principal debt the City owes as of 12/31/2020 for SCORE is $10,565,000, and we're servicing this debt by about $0.9 million a year. City of Federal Way Jail Cost C£,CCC,CCc 57,CCV00 S6,C00,C,0 55,CCCC00 •iad 9:,cce,cc0 0 0 5^_,ccc,Nc $1,GCCCOC 5MINIM - 2CI£ Actual 2C19 Aztial ZC20 ACUad 2e211TD ACual CITY OF Federal Way FINANCE DEPARTMENT Federal Way ConzinuniW Center Revenues are below 2021 year-to-date budget by $0.6M or 51.2%, but above 2020 year-to-date actual by $0.18M or 46.3%, primarily due to the facility reopening in limited capacity due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Expenditures are $0.25M or 19.2% below the year-to-date budget. Community Center remaining debt service principal as of 12/31/2020 was $8.85M. Federal Way Community Center as of07/31/2021 2020 2021 YID Budget vs Actual Fawrable/(Unfaw_rable) $ Budget Annual Actual YrD Actual Budget YFD Budget 1111 Actual Beginning Fund Balance S 1,208,275 S 1,208,275 S 1,208,267 S 1.500.000 S 1,500,000 S 1,500,000 n/a n/a Total Revenues 1.174,360 495.155 383,889 1,973,568 1,151,248 561,939 (589,309) -51.20/. Total Expenditures 1,766,615 1,367.312 816,790 2,278,342 1,304,396 1,054,297 250,099 19.20/. Revenues Over / (Under) Expenditures 592,255 872,157 432,901 304,774) (153,148) (492.358) (339.210) 221.5% Recowry Patio 66.5% 36.2%1 47.0%1 86.6%1 88.3%1 53.3% n/a n/a Total Transfer In from General Fund/Utility Tax 883.987 1.163.883 724.637 1 312,007 1 312,007 1 312,007 - 0.00/6 Endine Fund Balance $1.500.007 S 1.500.000 1 $1.500.003 1 S 1.507.2331 $ 1,658.859 1 S 1.319,649 $339,210 -20.40/o Debt Service Pavments 813.473 813323 - 133.561 (133.561) n/a Debt Service Refunding 8,850,000 - n/a Total FWCC Cost I S2,580,088 S 2,180.635 1 $ 816.790 S11.128,342 1 $ 1.304,396 1 $1.187.858 $ 116,538 1 8.9% Total City Support I S 1,697,460 I S 1,977,206 I S 724,637 I S 9,162,007 1 S 312,007 + S 445,568 Dumas Bav Centre Revenues are below 2021 year-to-date budget by $0.45M or 98.8%, and below 2020 year-to-date actual by $121K or 95.5%. As of the end of July the facility has not reopened due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Expenditures are $0.23M or 45.3% below 2021 year-to-date budget of $0.5M. Dumas Bay Centre Fund as of07/31/2021 2020 2021 YrD Budget vs Actual Budget Annual Actual I YrD Actual Budget VI'D Budget ]TD Actual Fawrable/(Unfawrable) S Beginning Fund Balance S 1.601.056 $ 1,601.056 $ 1.601.055 S 1.500.000 S 1.500.000 $ 1.500.000 n/a n/a TotalRe•enues 359,661 128,174 126,979 785. L51 458,005 5,718 (452,287) -988% Total Expenses 744.087 602682 422,109 942.431 501.322 276,393 224.929 4490.b Revenues Over/(Under) Expenses 384,426) (474,508) (295,131) (157,280) (43,318) (270.675) (227.358) 524.9 % Recovery Ratio 48.34% 21.27% 30.081% 83737Y, 9217367Y, 2.07 % n/a n/a Tota�rmnfer 28 373,453 194,07 21 19 227,179 1 0.0 Ending Fund Balmsce $ 1,500.000 1 $1.500.000 1 $1500.000 1 S ] S69 900 1 $1,683 62 $1.456.504 1 S 227.358 -13.5% Per Arts & Event Center Operations (PAEQ Revenues are below 2021 year-to-date budget by $0.1M or 18.2% primarily due to the facility reopening in limited capacity due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Expenditures are $0.72M or 51.5% below the year-to-date budget. Performing Arts & Event Center remaining debt service principal as of 12/31 /2020 was $4.41 M. 116 Performing Arts & Event Center Operations (PABC) 2017 Actual 2018 Actual 2019 Actual 2020 Actual 2021 Adjusted Budget YTD Budget YTDJuly Actual YTD Budget vs. Actual - Favorable/(Unfavorable) Beginning Balance 177,413 477 (447,382) (110,646) $ % Total Reveune 323,827 553,529 1,410,377 591,152 1 1,319,780 769,872 629,488 (140,384) -18.21/. Total Transfer In from Utility Tax/General Fund 694,703 626,762 1,616,000 972,310 1,083,942 632,299 404,148 (228,151) -36.1 Total Expenditures 1,195,466 1,628,150 2,589,541 1,452,916 1 2,403,7221 1,402,171 679,590 722,581 51.50% Total PABC Operation Balance $ 477 $ (447,38-1) $ (I10,546) $ 0 1 $ (D) $ (0) $ 354,046 r $354,046 1 na De bt Se rvice Paym e nts - - - 538,247 1 552,955 51,476 51,478 Total PABC Cost $ 1,195,466 $ 1,628,150 $ 2,589,541 $ 1,991,163 1 $2,956,677 1 $1,453,649 1 $ 731,0571 $722,581 49.71A Total City Support $ 1,510,557 $1,636,897 $ 683,777 $ 455,626 $228,151 33.4% Clri OF .L Federal Way Fund Activity Summary FINANCE DEPARTMENT Fund#/Fund Name Begin Balance 1/1/2021 VID Revenue YI'D Fxpen(fitures 1TDNet Income/Qoss) FndingBalance 07/31/2021* Required Fund Balance 001/101 GeneraUStreet Fund- S 12,575,815 S 35,685,379 30,011,023 S 5,674,356 S 18,250,171 S 9,500,000 Special Revenue rands: 102 Arterial Street 1.398,599 240,999 1346,446 (1.105,447) 293,152 100000 103 Utility Tax(*) 2,198 214 6,093,479 1031,843 3,061:636 5,259,849 L500,000 104 Affordable & Supportive Housing Sales Tax 125,151 51,953 - 51,953 177,105 - 106 Solid Waste & Recycling 213,550 234.011 297,366 (63.354) 150.196 107 Special Contracts/Studies Fund 817,918 17,452 2,250 15,202 833,120 - 109 HoteUMotel Lodging Tax 1,441,177 72,266 10,810 61,456 1,502.633 200.000 110 2 % for the Arts - - _ III Federal Way Community Center 1,500,000 873.944 1.054,297 (180.353) 1,319647 1,500.000 112 Traffic Safety Fund 1,216,159 1.851.525 1,342,666 508,859 1,725,018 1,20Q000 113 Real Estate Excise Tax Fund 2.882,436 2,530,760 2.960,018 (429 257) 2,453,179 2,000,000 114 Prop 1 Utility Tax 1,3327301 1.868,047 2,132,851 (264:804) 1,067,497 1,000,000 115 Performing Arts & Event Ctr Opemtions 0 1,033,636 679,590 354046 354.046 - 116 Solid Waste 10%Utility Tax - 1,048,198 270,098 778,100 778,100 - 119CDBG 30,805 23.808 186,006 (162,198) (131,393) - 120 Path & Trails 1,488,063 152,298 - 152,298 1.640,361 - 121 Technology 116,999 129,891 24,456 105,434 222,433 122 Jail Fund - 1,016,437 1,016,437 0 0 - 188 Strategic Reserve Fund 3,599,800 1,977 600,872 (598,895) 3,000,906 3,000,000 189 Parks Reserve Fun d 1,131,684 679 - 679 1,132363 1,125,000 ,Subtotal Special Revenue Funds 19,492,856 17,241,360 14,956,005 2,285,355 21,778,211 $11,625,000 .201 Debt Service Fund 3,569,746 2,612,463 904,710 1,707,753 5,277,499 - Capilal Project rands: 301 Downtown Redevelopment 3,468,714 189,124 189,124 3,657:837 - 302 Municipal Facilities 290,105 174 174 290,279 303 Parks 1,918,167 40,563 41856 (3,292) 1,914,874 - 304Surface Water Man agement 1,820,800 2.055,843 134,462 1,921,381 3,742,181 - 306Transportation 41760,978 4,773,021 4,404.219 368,802 5,129,780 307 Capital Project Reserve Find 369,862 222 2L) 370,083 308 PAEC Capital Fund Subtotal Capital Project Funds 12,628,625 7,058,947 4,582,537 2,476,410 15,105,036 5nleiprise Fttnds: 401 Surface Water Management 3,118,858 31536,907 4,727,667 (1,190.760) 1,928,098 690,000 402 Dumas Bay Centre Fund 1,500,000 232,897 276,393 (43,496) 1,456,504 1,500.000 .Subtotal Enterprise Funds 4,618,858 3,769,804 5,004,061 (1,234,257) 3,384,601 S 2,190,000 Intemal Semce Funds 501 Risk Management 1,200,000 762,473 1,244,588 (482,115) 717,886 600,000 502Infonnation Systems 3,857,394 11658,310 1,474,504 183,805 4,041,200 - 503 Mail & Duplication 273,277 80,977 35,339 45,638 318,915 504 Fleet & Equipment 7,572,421 1,915,698 1,997,084 (81,386) 7,491,036 - 505 Buildings & Furnishings 2,952,554 287,423 324,992 (37,569) 2,914,985 -,000,000 506 Health SelfInsumnce Fund 3,189,939 2,986,747 2,486,389 500,358 3,690,296 - 507 Unemployment Insurance Fund 275,397 148 49,161 (49,013) 226,384 250,000 Subtotal Internal Service Funds 19,320,983 7,691,775 7,612,057 79,718 19,400,701 S 2,850,000 Total All Funds S 72,206,885 $ 74,059,728 S 63,070,392 S 10,989,336 S 83,196,220 COUNCIL MEETING DATE: October 05, 2021 ITEM #: 5 e CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL SUBJECT: AUGUST 2021 MONTHLY FINANCIAL REPORT POLICY QUESTION: Should the Council approve the August 2021 Monthly Financial Report? COMMITTEE: Finance, Economic Development and Regional Affairs Committee MEETING DATE:September 28, 2021 CATEGORY: ® Consent ❑ Ordinance ❑ Public Hearing ❑ City Council Business ❑ Resolution ❑ Other STAFF REPORT BY: Steve Groom, Finance Director DEPT: Finance Attachments: • August 2021 Monthly Financial Report Options Considered: 1. Approve the August 2021 Monthly Financial Report as presented 2. Deny approval of the August 2021 Monthly Financial Report and provide direction to staff.. MAYOR'S RECOMMENDATION: Mayor recommends approval of Option 1. MAYOR APPROVAL: DIRECTOR APPROVAL: am ncc ntcll ��/� WA Initial COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: I move to forward the August 2021 Monthly Financial Report to the October 05, 2021 consent agenda for approval. afi, V� �t. Z��VWI ��� uc� 2onry)- b0f lli6, 2aw Committee Chair Committee Member Committee Member PROPOSED COUNCIL MOTION: "I move approval of the August 2021 Monthly Financial Report. (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERKS OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: ❑ APPROVED COUNCIL BILL # ❑ DENIED I" reading ❑ TABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION Enactment reading ❑ MOVED TO SECOND READING (ordinances only) ORDINANCE # REVISED — 08/12/2010 RESOLUTION # CITY OF .,.. Federal Way DATE: September 16, 2021 TO: Mayor and City Council Management Team FROM: Steve Groom, Finance Director Chase Donnelly, Deputy Finance Director SUBJECT: August 2021 Monthly Financial FINANCE DEPARTMENT This report is to brief you on monthly and year-to-date (YTD) revenues and expenses, compared to budget and prior year, and on the city's cash and fund balance positions. General/Street Fund Revenues & Transfer In, are favorable to YTD budget of $37.2M by $1.1M or 2.9%. General/Street Fund Expenditures & Transfer Out, are favorable to YTD budget of $34.7M by $1.3M (3.9%). The City's cash balance trend, and Sales Tax receipts, are shown below: City of Federal Way Cash and Investments Trend $100,000,000 $90,000,000 $80,000,000 $ 70, 000, 000 $ 60, 000, 000 $50,000,000 $40,000,000 $30,000,000 $20,000,000 $10, 000, 000 $0 1$ 10. Y 1� tic� 7 0� 9:5� '00 O�1 Oe, City of Federal Way- Sales Tax Revenue Received Current Year Actual vs. Budget and Prior Year $20,000,000 $18,000,000 $16,000,000 $14,000, 000 $12,000,000 $10,000,000 $8,000,000 $6,000,000 ,C Budget Cumulative $4,000,000 — Prior Year Cumulative $2,000,000 Actual cumulative $0 CITY OF Federal Way FINANCE DEPARTMENT The following are highlights of the August 2021 Monthly Financial Report. Detailed financial information can be found after the summary report. Notable Areas in the General & Street Fund As detailed in the table below: Sales Tax revenue is trending favorably, $0.92M or 10.1% above 2021 year-to-date budget, and $0.95M or 10.4% above 2020 year-to-date collections. Retail sales are $0.93M above 2020 year-to-date collections. This is a very strong indicator of the health of the local economy. 01 CD Permits & Fees revenue is trending favorably, $0.5M or 27.3% above 2021 year-to-date budget and $0.9M or 73.0% above 2020 year-to-date collections. One large permit review fee this year is for Redondo Heights Senior Living Facility. ' Total Expenditures & Transfer Out is trending favorably, $1.35M or 3.9% below year-to-date budget, and $0.58M or 1.7% below 2020 year-to-date actuals. This is primarily due to the delay of hiring temporary staff for Parks activities due to the Covid-19 pandemic, filling of Police Department vacant positions, and timing of expenditures in departments. GENERAL & STREET FUND SUMMARY 2020 2021 YID Budget is. Actual Fawradel(Unfawral4e) Annual Budget Annual Actual YID Actual ` Annual , Budget YID Budget YID Actual $ % Beginning Fund Balance $11,604,046 S 11,604,046 $11,604,0461 S 12,575,815 S 12,575,815 S 12575,815 ula nla Revenues: Covid-191Amedcan Rescue Plan (ARPA) Grants 4,542,226 4,536,748 19,216,886 9 608,443 9,608,441 0.0% Sales Tax 14,457381 16,127,570 9,063,437 15,949,755 9,092,791 10,008,818 916,026 10.1°,0 Property Taxes 11,275,838 11,092,158 5,964,040 11,385,965 6,122,014 6,131,510 9,495 0.2% State Shared Revenue 3,022,000 . 3,025,271 1,566,072 3,022,000 1,564,379 11547,307 (17,071) -1.10/0 CD Permits & Fees 2,201,255 1,964,825 1,270,953 2,514,363 1,726,980 2,199,236 472,256 2730ro Business License Fees 622,000 643,824 454,331 622,000 414,667 441,215 26,548 6.40iu Admissions Tax 806,513 67,732 1 61,764 306.513 204,342 358,539 154,197 Other Revenues 12,127,431 10,214,843 5,915,021 11,083,704 6,197,938 5,698,181 (499,757) -8.1% Transfers in from Other Funds to support operations 10,956,380 8,731,528 6,434,665 7,800,850 2,221,251 2,221,251 0.0% Total Rewnues & Transfer In 60,011,023 56,404,500 30,730,284 71,902,036 . 37,152,805 38,114$0 1,061,695 2.9% Total EWnditures & Transfer Oul 62,093,143 55,432,735 33,959,401 73,701,059 34,731,938 33,384,361 1,347,577 3.9% Total Fnding Fund Balance IS 9521,926 IS12575,811 1$ 8,374929 $10,776,792 $14,996,682 $ 17,405,954 ula nl CITY OF �. Federal Way Notable Areas in Other Funds FINANCE DEPARTMENT ' Utility Tax revenue is trending favorably, $1.3M or 14.8% above 2021 year-to-date budget, and $1.78M or 2 1. 1 % above 2020 year-to-date actual. Extension of utility tax on water services and addition 10% on solid waste services account for the increase. ' Real Estate Excise Tax (REET) is $1.36M or 65.8% above 2021 year-to-date budget, and $1.46M or 74.3% above 2020 year-to-date collections. This is an indicator of the King County real estate market. Expenditures & Transfer Out is favorable, $4.13M or 22.8% below YTD budget, and $0.83M or 5.6% below 2020 year-to-date actuals. This is primarily due to timing of arterial street overlay projects for residential streets, lower jail service costs due to having lower average daily population in jails, and reduction in costs for city facilities due to closures from the COVID-19 pandemic. OTHER SIGNIFICANT FUNDS OF NOTE 2020 2021 YTD Budget rs. Actual Fa%radel(Unf=rade) Annual Budget Annual Actual YTD Actual Annual Budget 1TD Budget YTD Actual % Revenues; Utility Tax 11.147.187 11.499.989 6.543.208 10.584,294 5.897.560 6.910,178 1.012,618 171 UtilityTax - Pro IVoter Packa,e 3.150.360 3.171466 1,910.103 3.093.312 1.686.655 1108.900 422,245 25.0,a UtilityTa.x-Solid Wastel0%o 2.000.000 1.333.333 1,218.350 (114.983) 4V Real Estate Excise Tax 3.640.000 4.467,111 1,965,990 3.640.000 2,067,006 31427.245 1.360,239 65.8% 'Traffic Safety (Red UfitlSchoolZone) 2.871442 2.156,205 1.592.029 2..872442 1.937,981 1,796.952 (141.029) •7.35a HotdNlotel Lod ing Tax 300.000 133,773 84.750 150.000 82,496 92,899 10.413 12.6°a Federal Way Communit� Center 1.174.360 495,155 381015 1,973.568 1.315.712 665.533 (650.179) -494% Performing Arts & Event Or Operations 486.877 591,152 375,297 1.319.780 879.854 676.527 (203.327) -23.1% Dumas Bay Centre Fund 359.661 128.174 126.211 785,151 523.434 73.843 (449.591) -85.9, Total Revenues 23,13Q887 22,644,024 12,969,604 1 26,418,547 15,724,022 16,970,427 1, 46,405 7.9% Expenditures & Transfers Out: Utility Tax Support to Other Funds for operations 10.421985 10.173.601 6.283.888 9,735,443 3.195.186 3.195.186 - 0.01ia Utility TaxPrO osition 1 operations 4.075.246 3.739.949 2.436,698 4.097.154 2.731,436 1453.779 277.657 10.2% Solid Waste 10%Utillty Tax -Residential Streets Overlay 2,000,000 1.333.333 270.098 1.063.235 797 Real Estate E,�cise Ta.xSupport to Debt and Capital Projects 4.818.641 4,818.641 1000,291 3,973.018 1960,018 2,960.018 0.04a Traffic Sal'ety (Red Light/School Zone) 4.189.726 2.521.709 1.839.341 2,736.857 1,937,745 1.584,032 353.713 18.3% HoteVMotel Lod,ir, Tax 300.000 28.787 9.089 155.000 103.333 10.810 92.523 89.5% Jail Fund Services - 3.303,463 2.201309 1.179.781 1,022.527 46.4°a Federal Lay Community Center 11766,615 1.367.312 894,458 1278,342 1,490,700 1213.838 276,862 16% Performing Arts & Event Ctr Operations 1.331.690 1.452.916 911,619 1403,726 1,602.481 782.437 820,045 51.2% Dumas Bay Centre Fund 744.087 601682 455.196 942,431 577,899 350.865 227.034 39.30,,a Total Expenditures & Transfers Out 27,648,990 24,705,597 14,830,571 31,625,433 18,134,441 14,000,844 4,133,597 22.8% Wing Fund Balance Utility Tax(non-Pro 1) 1.506.932 2.198.214 1,500.000 1090.236 5,903.456 nla nla Utilit Tax- Prop 1 VoterPackaoe 1.027.012 1.332,303 1.000.001 1.305.288 1.000.000 nla nla Utility Tax- Solid Waste 10% 948.424 nla nla Real Estate Excise TaxFund 2.070.443 2.881436 3,196.721 2.579.419 3.351.391 nla nla Traffic Safety Fund 270,442 1,216,158 1,200,000 1.365.244 1.823.272 nla nla Hotel/Motel Lodging Tax 1.335,006 1.441.175 1.409,782 1,441,177 1.524,227 nla nla Jail Fund (0) nla nla Federal Way Community Center 1.500,000 1.499,998 1,499.999 1.507.233 1263.711 nla nla Perforating Arts & Event Ctr Operations 0 1 680 354.036 nla nla Dumas Bay Centre Fund 1,500.001 1.499,998 1A99,999 1,569.899 1.450.157 nla nla Total Ending Fund Balance $ 9,209.836 $12,070,282 $11,307,181 $11,858,496 $ $17,618,674nla I nlaj CITY OF Federal Way C" 1n c 7'ir v FINANCE DEPARTMENT Revenues are above 2020 year-to-date actual by $0.95M or 10.4%, and above 2021 year-to-date budget by $0.92M or 10.1%. The sales tax collected for June 2021 is paid in August 2021, because there is a two -month lag. City of Federal Way - Sales Tax Revenue Received Cur rc�t'i eai ktuaI v_. 6,!dk-Lard Prior Veal 5201000,000 518,000,000 $16,000,000 S14;000,000 S12,000,000 510,000,000 $5,000,000 $6,000,000 C Budget Cumulative �4,000,000 — Prior Year Cumulative Ip $2,000,000 Actual cumulative City of Federal Way Sales Tax Revenue Comparison by Group 'ITD 2D21 c,npgaDp -- -- — — — --- LOCAL RETAIL SALES TAX REVENUES YTD August Month 2020 Actual 2021 Favorable/(Unfavorable) Change from 2020 YTD Actual vs Budget Budget Actual $ % $ % Jan $ - $ - $ - $ - - $ - - Feb 1,632,752 1,584,871 1,604,220 (28,532) -1.7% 19,349 1.2% Mar 1,182,535 1,137,656 1,228,579 46,044 3.9% 90,923 8.0% Apr 1,066,267 1,083,095 1,185,132 118,865 11.1% 102,037 9.4% May 1,130,545 1,318,854 1,508,266 377,721 33.4% 189,412 14.4% Jun 1,154,633 1,208,658 1,401,831 247,198 21.4% 193,172 16.0% Jul 1,423,588 1,302,455 1,473,417 49,829 3.5% 170,962 13.1% Aug 1,473,117 1,457,202 1,607,373 134,256 9.1% 150,171 10.3% Sep 1,511,762 1,394,681 - - - - - Oct 1,419,920 1,395,727 - - - - - Nov 1,456,510 1,471,368- Dec 2,675,940 2,595,186 - - - - - YTDTotal $ 9,063,437 $ 9,092,791 $ 10,008,818 $ 945,381 10.4% $ 916,026 10.1% Tot al, tal $ 16,127,569 $ 15,949,755 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a CITY OF Federal Way FINANCE DEPARTMENT HotellMotel LodaLim Tax Revenues are favorable, above 2020 year-to-date actual by $8K or 9.6%, and above 2021 year-to-date budget by $IOK or 12.6% and improving, as the graph below indicates. Although the travel, tourism, and hospitality industry has been greatly affected by COVID-19, tourism is starting to increase again. City of Federal Way - Lodging Tax Revenue Received $200,000 Current Year Actual vs. Budget and Prior Year $1S0,000 '160,000 5140,000 $220,000 $i00,000 $80,000 $60,000 O Budget Cumulative $ 40, 000 - Prior Year Cumulative $ 20, 000 tea• Actual cumulative $0 City of Federal Way Historical Lodging Tax Remittances by Month $45,000 540.000 535,000 $30,000 $25,000 $20,000 r ' 15,000 510,000 I $5,000 '01U 1 ��1) ■ �)t� X :'fit`_' li I F i I f I I I I 1 9X-1.3 V;ii)1 HOTEUMOTEL LODGING TAX REVENUES Year-to-date thru August Month 2020 Actual 2021 Favorable/(Unfawrabl e) Change from 2020 YTD Actual Ns Budget Budget Actual $ % $ % Jan $ - $ - $ - $- Feb 20,477 10,557 7,186 (13,291) -64.90/0 (3,371) -31.9% Mar 18,201 10,004 8,765 (9,436) -51.8% (1,239) -12.4% Apr 12,425 11,295 9,582 (2,843) -22.9% (1,713) -15.2% May 6,289 12,065 13,702 7,413 117.9% 1,637 13.6% Jun 11,734 10,983 16,381 4,647 39.6% 5,398 49.1% Jul 5,397 11,779 15,774 10,377 192.3% 3,995 33.9% Aug 10,228 15,803 21,509 11,282 110.3% 5,706 36.1% Sept 9,697 17,030 - - - - Oct 10,950 17,566 - - - - Nov 9,957 13,694 - - - - Dec 18,419 19,223 - - - - - YIDD Total $ 84.750 $ 82,486 $ 92,899 $ 8,149 9.6% $ 10,413 12.6% Annual Total $ 133,773 $ 150,000 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a CITY OF �.�._. Fed a ra [ Way FINANCE DEPARTMENT Community Development Permit Activi Revenues are above 2020 year-to-date actual by $0.93M or 73.0%, and above 2021 year-to-date budget by $0.47M or 27.3%. Annual Total 2017 - $2,019,477 2018 - $2,595,395 2019 - $4,546,432 2020 - $1.964.825 BUILDING & LAND USE PERMITS AND FEES (CD) Year-to-date thru August Month 2020 Actual 2021 Change from 2020 Favorable/(Unfavorable) 1TD Actual vs Budget Budget Actual $ % $ % Jan 170,936 127,093 409,140 238,204 139.4% 282.048 221.9% Feb 164,352 237,788 328,948 164.596 100.1% 91,160 38.3% Mar 198.647 186291 318.047 119,400 60.1% 131,755 70.7% Apr 208,283 243,502 156,801 (51,482) -24.7% (86,701) -35.6% May 143,034 308,601 168,559 25,526 17.8% (140,042) -45.4% .Tun 162,861 177,992 228,661 65,801 40.4% 50;669 28.5% Jul 75,894 221,366 179,865 103,971 137.0% (41,501) -18.7% Aug 146,947 224.347 409,214 262,266 178.5% 184,867 82.4% Sept 236,817 186A34 - - - - Oct 132,715 244.118 - - - Nov 176,803 187,530 - - - Dec 1477537 169,302 - VI'D Total $ 1,270,953 S 1,726,980 $ 2,199.236 $ 928,283 73.0% $ 472,256 27 3% Annual Total S 1,964,825 1 S 2,514,363 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a Real Estate Excise Tax Revenues are above 2020 year-to-date actual by $1.46M or 74.3%, and above 2021 year-to-date budget by $1.36M or 65.8%. August 2021 activities include 175 real estate transactions. There were 170 taxable residential sales (total sales $127.5M / $631K tax), and 5 commercial sales (total sales $53.9M / $267K tax). If REAL ESTATE EXCISE TAX REVE WESS Year-to-date thru August Month 2020 Actual 2021 Favorable/(Unfawrabl e) Change from 2020 YTD Actual vs Budget Budget Actual $ % $ % Jan $ 193,226 $ 196,790 $ 193,639 $ 413 0.2% $ (3.151) -1.6% Feb 273.266 275.099 237.843 (35,423) -13.0% (37,255) -13.5% Mar 164.884 281,048 339,701 174.817 106.0% 58,653 20.9% Apr 185.348 221,847 427,556 242.208 130.7% 205,710 92.7% May 309.742 234,809 381.942 72.200 23.3% 147,133 62.7% Jun 237.980 276,324 509.935 271.955 114.3% 233,611 84.5% Jul 315,033 264,831 438,542 123.509 39.2% 173,710 65.6% Aug 286,510 316.259 898,086 611,576 213.5% 581,827 184.0% Sep 432,262 348.374 - - - - - Oct 317,205 370,580 - - - Nov 272,994 281,483 - - - - Dec 1,478,659 572.558 - - - - YTDTotal 11965,990 1 2.067.006 3.427.245 1 1,461,255 74.3% 1,360,239 65.8% Annual Total S 4,467,111 [ $ 3,640,000 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a CITY OF Federal Way Utility Tax FINANCE DEPARTMENT Revenues are above 2020 year-to-date actual by $1.78M or 21.1%, and above 2021 year-to-date budget by $1.3M or 14.8%, due to extension of utility tax on water and sewer services and additional 10% on solid waste services. The utility tax collected by utility companies for June 2021 is paid to the City in August 2021. - - ITILfIY TAXES - Year-to-date thru August Alonth 2020 Actual 2021 Fawrabl a/(Unfawrabl e) Change from 2020 YTD Actual vs Budget Budget Actual S Var % Var $ Var % Var Jan $ 372 $ 689 S - $ - - $ - - Feb 996,007 1,264.904 1.396,834 400.827 40.2% 132,030 10.4% Mar 1,122.530 1,398.546 1,420,015 297,495 26.5% 21,469 1.5% Apr 11096,086 1.452,324 1.505,864 409,778 37.4% 53,540 3.7% May 963,935 1,295,203 1,627,736 663,801 68.9% 332,533 25.7% Jun 797,507 1,105,671 1.820,591 1,023,084 128.3% 714,920 64.7% Jul 2,398,996 1,505.853 1,236,109 (1,162,887) -48.5% (269,744) -17.9% Aug 11083,596 914,444 1,232,554 148,958 13.7% 318,110 34.8% Sept 870,098 1,310,301 - - - Oct 1.428.106 1.379.929 - - - - - Nov 1,090121 11153,888 - - - - Dee 2,830,821 2,915,955 - - - - YTD Subtotal S 8,459,029 S 8,937,533 $ 10,239,703 S 1,780,674 21.1 % S 1,3029170 14.6% Rebate (5,721) (19,985) (2,275) 3,446 0.0% 17,710 -88.6% YTD Total $ 8,453,309 $ 8,917 548 $10,237,428 $ 1,784,119 21.1 % S 1,319,880 14.8% Annual Totals S 14,672,455 S 15,677,606 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a UIIM Y TAXES - by Type Year-to-date thru August Utility Type 2020 Actual 2021 Actual Fawrable/(Unfawrable) Change from 2020 $ % Electric S 2,862,537 $ 3,095,378 $ 232,841 8.1°0 'Gas 1,004,628 1,152,860 148,232 14.80a Water/Sewer 1,950,702 1,938,133 (12,569) -0.6°0 Solid Waste 683,678 1,114,499 430,821 63.0°0 Solid Waste -10°% - 1,048.074 1,048,074 n/a Cable 989,207 960,816 (28,391) -2.940 Other 968,277 929,943 (38.334) 4.04a 'TaxRebate (5,721) (2.275) 3,446 -60.2°a YID Total S 8,453,309 $ 10,237,428 S 1,784,119 1 21.1 % City of Federal Way- Utility Tax Revenue Received 520,000,000 S18,000,000 $16,000,000 514 000,000 s12,000,000 '10,000,000 ?K000,000 < 000,000 G Budget Cumulative 54,000,000 - Prior Year Cumulative <2,000; 000 �� Actual cumulative The City has a utility tax rebate program that opens January 1St and closes May 3 1 " of each year for qualifying low-income residents. The City processed 53 rebates in 2020, for a total of $5,721. The City processed 40 rebates in 2021, for a total of $2,275. .&CITY OF Federal Way Proposition I Voter -Approved Utility Tax FINANCE DEPARTMENT Revenues are above 2021 year-to-date budget by $0.4M or 25.0%. The increase in collections is due to the extension of Utility tax to water and sewer services. PROP 1 Utility Tax Fund 2020 2021 YTD Budget is. Actual Fawrable/(Unb%erable) Budget Actual Budget YTD YTD Actual $ % Beginning Balance: 1.144.644 1,144,644 1.332.301 1,332,301 1,332.301 0 0.0% Total Prop 1 Revenues: 3,150360 3.177.929 3.093.312 $ 1,686,655 2,107,986 S 421,331 25.0% Transfer in from tltilityTax Fund 807,254 749,678 976,829 13,494 13,494 0.0% Public Safe(v Improvement Positions & Costs: Police Services (includes 1 Records Specialist, 16 Police Officers, 8 2 Lieutenants) 2,764,419 2,458,749 2.779A68 1,852.978.67 1,685.302 167,676.48 9.0% Court Services (includes .50 Judge, 1 Court Clerk, and Pro Tern Pay, Public Defender contract, 1,5 Prosecutors) 1,041,159 995,583 1 1,029,837 686.558.00 602,459 84,098.88 12.2% Total Public Safety Improvement Costs 3,805,577 3,454,332 3,809,305 2,539,537 2,287,761 251,775 9.9% Community Safety Program Costs: 1 Code Enforcement Officer 95,218 101.472 103,811 69,207.33 60,983 8.224.78 11.9% 5 Assistant City Attorney 71,013 73,062 79,236 52,823.70 36,785 16,038.65 30.4% 1 Parks Maintenance Worked R Security 103,437 111,084 104,802 69,868.00 68,252 1 1,616.21 2.3%' Total Community Safety Improvement Costs 269,667 285,619 287,849 191,899 166,019 1 25,880 13.5% Total Prop 1 Expenditures: 4,075,245 3,739,951 4,097,154 2,731,436 2,453,781 277,655 10.2% Total Fading Fund Balance: S 1.027.013 S 1332301 S 1305.288 S 301,014 $1,000,000 1 $ (698,986) -232.2% Traffic Safety -Red Light/School Zone Revenues are below 2021 year-to-date budget by $0.1M or 7.3%, but above 2020 year-to-date actual by $0.2M or 13.6%. School closures, and employees working from home during the Covid-19 pandemic have affected this revenue source, but employees have started to return to work resulting in a return to pre -pandemic levels. Traffic Safety Fund - Red Light Photo Revenue Month 2020 Actual 2021 FaW rabl a/(Unfa-wrabl e) Change from 2020 VrD Actual vs Budget Budget Actual $ % $ % Jan $ 257,784 $ 246,302 $ 153,068 $ (104,717) -40.6% $ (93,234.5) -37.9% Feb 269,723 227,955 133,672 (136,051) -50.4°% $ (94,282.7) -41.4% Mar 256,700 234,311 172.973 (83,727) -32.6% $ (61.337.8) 26.2% Apr 300,444 243,691 146,259 (154,185) -51.3% $ (97.431.8) 40,0% May 110.173 241,520 211005 101,832 92.4% $ (29,514.7) -12.20/ Jun 112,718 289.097 336.071 223,353 198.20/ $ 46,974.3 16.2% Jul 136,108 266,645 303,388 167,280 122.9% $ 36,742.7 13.8% Aug 138.380 188.460 339,516 201,137 145.4% 151,056 80.20/ Sep 13T654 186.581 - - - - Oct 144 226 246,568 - - - - Nov 140,473 283,294 - - Dec 151,822 218018 - VW 1'M Total $ 1,582,029 $ 1937981 $ 1.796.952 $ 214,923 13.6°/a $ (141,029) -7.3% Annual Total $2,156,205 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a Traffic Safety Fund pays for 1 Lieutenant, 8 Police Officers, 3 City Traffic positions, Municipal Court security services, red light photo services, Valleycomm emergency communication services, School Zone Enhancements capital improvement projects, and patrol vehicles. CITY OF Federal Way Police Department Overtime The total overtime budget of $1.39M consists of $1.08M for City overtime and $31 OK for billable time. City's portion of overtime is $0.08M or 11.1% above year-to-date projections, and $0.16M above 2020 year-to-date actuals. The month of August overtime increase of $48K above 2020 year-to-date actual is primarily due to an increase in special events, and an increase in shift call -in overtime. Jail Services FINANCE DEPARTMENT PD Overtime by Month Year-to-date thru August Month 2020 Actual 2021 (FawrableyUnfawrable Change from 2020 YrD Actual w Budget Budget Actual S % S % Jan $ 127,979 S 95,419 59,146 S (68,833) -53.80,'o S (36,273) -38.0% Feb 101,411 91,043 52,169 (49,243) 48.6°6 (38,875) -427% Mar 64,125 77,383 60,392 (3,733) -5.8% (16.991) -22.0% Apr 44,288 80,175 106,611 62,323 140,71,b 26,436 33.0% May 66,174 93,211 130,940 64,666 97.7% 37,629 40.40,1a Jun 65.514 86,124 92,484 26,970 41.2% 6,360 7.4% Jul 94,915 122,774 171,311 76,396 80.5% 48,537 39.5% Aug 83,753 78,124 131,914 48,161 57.5% 53,790 68,90/a Sep 68,846 81,022 - Oct 50,413 100,261 - - Nov 66,258 85,873 - Dec 70.881 87,027 - -City Portion 648,158 724.253 804,866 156,708 24.2% 80.613 II.I% Billable 204,039 206359 229376 25,337 124% 23,017 112% YrD Total S 852.197 S 930,613 $1.034142 S 182,046 21.4% S 103,630 11.1 % Billable S 127,578 S 103,180 $ S $ Annual Total S 1,236,172 $ 1,387,975 n/a n/a n/a I n/a n/a The City maintains multiple contracts with other governmental agencies for its jail services, after it discontinued its owner relationship with SCORE Jail in December 2019. The budgeted average daily population (ADP) is 70, but year-to-date average ADP has been 25.3. -=saw Jail and Alternatives to Confinement Y 2018 Actual 2019 Actual 2020 Actual 2021 Annual Budget ' YID Actual Total Jail Operations $6,417,479 $5,932,095 $1,712,883 $ 3,303,463 $1,179,780 Debt Service Payments for SCOREJail - 889,718 847,566 851,925 230,963 Total Jail Cost, $6,417,479 $6,821,813 $2,560.449 1 $ 4,155,388 $1,410,743 The City continues to be liable for its portion of the debt service on the SCORE building. The total remaining principal debt the City owes as of 12/31/2020 for SCORE is $10,565,000, and we're servicing this debt by about $0.9 million a year. City of Federal Way Jail Cost Ss,ecgc2o Sc,CG0.0GG l $_ c-C, CCC SC,CCC,C:C <w"G 0, C C C S 2.CC C, C,0 51,604CGC c 2C!5 Ac:ual 2C19 2C20 Ac:ual =1 6udv=: 2C21 M) 4c:ual ■ l:d 5=r.icss CITY OF Federal Way Federal Way Community Center FINANCE DEPARTMENT Revenues are below 2021 year-to-date budget by $0.7M or 49.4%, but above 2020 year-to-date actual by $0.28M or 74.2%, primarily due to the facility reopening in limited capacity due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Expenditures are $0.28M or 18.6% below the year-to-date budget. Community Center remaining debt service principal as of 12/31/2020 was $8.85M. Federal Way Community Center as of08/31/2021 2020 2021 YrD Budget vs Actual Favorablc![llnfawraltle] Budget Annual Actual YTD Actual Budget YID Budget YTD Actual S % Beginning Fund Balance $1,208,275 S 1,208,275 $1,208,267 S 1,500,000 S 1,500,000 $1,500,000 n/a n/a Total Revenues 1,174,360 495.155 382.015 1.973,568 1,315,712 665,533 (650,179) 494% Total Expenditures 1.766.615 1.367,312 894,458 2,278,342 1,490,700 1,213,838 276,862 18.6% Revenues Over / (Under) Fx nditures (592.255) (872,157) (512,443) (304,774) (174,988) (548.306) (373,317) 213.3% Recovery Ratio 66.5'% 36.2% 42.7% 86.6% 88.3% 54.8% n/a n/a Total Trans fer In from General Fund/Utility Tax 883,987 1,163,883 804,179 312.007 312.007 312,007 00% Ending Fund Balance S 1,500,007.1 S 1,500,000 $1500.003 S 1,507,233 S 1.637,019 $1,263,701 S (373317) -22.8% - Debt Service Payments 813473 813.323 - - - 133.561 (133,561) n/a Debt Service Refunding - - 8,850,000 n/a Total FWCC Cost S2580,088 S 2,180.635 S 894,458 $11,128342 S 1.490.700 $1347399 S 143301 1 9.6% Total City Support $1,697,460 S 1,977,206 S 804,179 1 S 9,162,007 S 312,007 S 445,568 Dumas Bay Centre Revenues are below 2021 year-to-date budget by $0.45M or 85.9%, and below 2020 year-to-date actual by $52K or 41.5%. The facilitv reopened as of the beginning of Aui2ust. Expenditures are $0.23M or 39.3% below 2021 year-to-date budget of $0.6M. IF Dumas Bay Centre Fund as of08/31/2021 2020 2021 YTD Budget is Actual Budget Annual Actual YID Actual Budget YTD Budget 7TD Actual Favorable/(Unfavorable) S % Beginning Fund Balance S 1,601,056 $1,601.056 $1,601,055 $ 1,500,000 S 1,500,000 S 1,500,000 n/a n/a Total Revenues 359.661 12&174 126.211 785-151 523,434 73,843 (449,591) -85.9% Total Expenses 744,087 602,682 455,186 942.431 577.899 350,865 227.034 39.3% Revenues Over/(Under) Expenses (384,426) (474,508) (328,975) (157,280) (54,465) (_277.022) (222,557) 408.6 % Recovery Ratio 48.34 % 21.27 % 27.73 % 83.31 % 90.58% 21.05 % n/a n/a Total Transfer In 1 283.371 373.453 227.920 227.179 227.179 227,179 1 0.0% Ending Fund Balance I S 1 500,000 S 1.500,000 S 1,500,000 S 1,569.900 S 1.672.714 S 1,450.157 S (222558)i -13.3% Performing Arts t& Event Center Operations (PAEC) Revenues are below 2021 year-to-date budget by $0.2M or 23.1 % primarily due to the facility reopening in limited capacity due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Expenditures are $0.82M or 51.2% below the year-to-date budget. Performing Arts & Event Center remaining debt service principal as of 12/31/2020 was $4.41M. ming Arts & Event Center Operations (PAEC) 2017 Actual 2018 Actual 2019 Actual 2020 Actual 2021 I Adjusted Budget YTD Budget YTD August Actual YTD Budget vs. Actual Favorable/(Unfavorable) Beginning Balance 177,413 477 (447.382) (110,546) ; ^� Total Reveune 323,827 553,529 1,410,377 591,152 1,319,780 879,854 676,527 (203,327) -23.1% Total Transfer In from Utility Tax/General Fund 694,703 626,762 1,516,000 972,310 1,083,942 722,628 459,946 (262,682) -36.4% Total Expenditures 1,195,466 1,628,160 12,589,541 1,452,916 2,403,722 1,602,481 782,427 1 820,055 51.2% Total PAEC Operation Balance I ; 477 $ (447,382) $ (110,W $ 0 $ (0) S (0) ; 354,048 r $354,046 na Debt Service Payments - - 538,247 1 552,955 51,4781 51,478 -I Total PAEC Cost S 1,195,466 $ 1,628,150 i 2,589,541 S 1,991,163 ;2 956,677 S 1,653,959 S 833,904 $820,055 49.6% Total City Support ; 1,510.557 $1,636,897 $ 774,105 ; 511,424 1 $262,682 33.9% CITY OF �.�. Federal Way FINANCE DEPARTMENT Fund Activity Summary Fund#/Fund Name Begin Balance 1/1/2021 1TD Revenue )TD Expenditures 1TDNet Income/(loss) Ending Balance 08/31/2021k Required Fund Balance 001/101 General/Street Fund- S 12,575,815 S 39,659,065 34,828,928 S 4,830,136 S 17,405,952 S 9,500,000 Special Revenue Funds: 102 Arterial Street 1,398,599 288,853 1,379,354 (1,090,501) 308,098 100,000 103 Utility Tax(') 21198,214 6,913,923 3,208,680 3,705.243 5,903,456 1,500,000 104 Affordable & Supportive Housing Sales Tax 125,151 65,908 - 65,908 191,059 - 106 Solid Waste & Recycling 213.550 244,474 350,322 (105,848) 107,702 - 107 Special Contracts/Studies Fund 817,918 33,943 2,911 31,032 848,950 109 HoteUn40tel Lodging Tax 1,441,177 93.860 10,810 83,050 1,524 227 200,000 110 2%for the Arts - - - I I I Federal Way Cornrnnrity Center 1,500,000 977.538 1,213,838 (236,301) 1,263,699 1,500,000 112 Traffic Safety Fund 1,216,159 2,191,146 1,584,030 607,116 1,823 275 1,200,000 113 Real Estate Excise Tax Fund 2,882,436 3,428,973 2,960,018 468,955 3.351,391 2,000,000 114 Prop 1 Utility Tax 1,332,301 2,121,474 2,453,775 (332,301) 1,000,000 1,000,000 115 Perfoming Arts & Event Ctr Operations 0 1,136,473 782,437 354,036 354,036 - 116 Solid Waste 10%Utility Tax 1,218,522 270,098 948.424 948,424 119 CDBG 30,805 23.808 432,078 (408,270) (377,466) 120 Path & Trails 1.488.063 159,383 m 159,383 1,647,446 121 Technology 116,999 150,375 24.456 125,919 242,918 122Jail Fund - 1,179,780 1,179,780 (0) (0) 188 Strategic Reserve Fund 3,599,800 2,146 600.872 (598,726) 3,00L074 3,000,000 189 Parks Reserve Fund 1.131,684 742 - 742 1,132,426 1,125,000 Subtotal Special Revenue Funds 19,492,856 20,231,319 16,453,458 3,777,860 23,270,717 511,625,000 .201 Debt Service Fund 3 569,746 2,612,759 904,710 1,708,049 5,277,795 Capital Project Funds: 301 Dommtown Redevelopment 3,468,714 377,245 377,245 3,845,959 - 302 Municipal Facilities 290,105 190 - 190 290,295 303Parks 1M8,167 40,671 48,495 (7,825) 1,910,342 304 Surface Water Management 1.820,800 2.056,052 167,091 1.888,961 3,709,762 - 306Transportation 4,760,978 6,833,629 4,984,195 1,849,434 6,610,412 307 Capital Project Reserve Fund 369,802 243 243 370.104 308 PAEC Capital Fund - - Subtotal Capital Project Funds 12,628,625 9,308,030 5,199,781 4,108,249 16,736,875 lsnlerprise F7(11(lS: 401 Surface Water Management 3,118,858 3.609,666 5,034,501 (1,424,835) 1,694,023 690,000 402 Dumas Bay Centre Fund 1.500,000 301,022 350,865 (49,843) 1,450,157 1,500,000 Subtotal Enterprise Funds 4,618,858 3,910,688 5,385,366 (1,474,679) 3,144,180 S 2,190,000 Infernal Senate Funds 501 Risk Management 1,200,000 855,148 1,245,569 (390,421) 809,579 600,000 5021nformation Systems 3,857,394 1,923,099 1,641,297 281,802 4,139,196 503 Mail & Duplication 273,277 91538 45,865 46,673 319,950 504 Fleet & Equipment 7,572,421 2,102,551 2,148,035 (45.483) 7,526,938 505 Buildings & Furnishings 2,952,554 328,395 359,181 (30,786) 2,921,768 2,000,000 506 Health SelfInsurance Fund 3,189,939 3,365,396 2,833,601 531,796 3,721,734 - 507 Unemployment Insurance Fund 275,397 160 49,161 (49,000) 226.397 250,000 Subtotallruernal Service Funds 19,320,983 8,667,287 8,322,709 344,579 19,665,562 S 2,850,000 Total All Funds $ 72,206,885 $ 84,389,147 S 71,094,952 S 13,294,1941 S 85,501,079 COUNCIL MEETING DATE: October 5, 2021 ITEM #: 5f CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL SUBJECT: KING COUNTY YOUTH AND AMATEUR SPORTS GRANT POLICY QUESTION: Should the City accept $150,000 from the King County Youth and Amateur Sports Grant for the Saghalie Track Replacement? COMMITTEE: FEDRAC MEETING DATE: September 28, 2021 CATEGORY: ® Consent ❑ Ordinance ❑ Public Hearing ❑ City Council Business ❑ Resolution ❑ Other STAFF REPORT BY: Cody Geddes, Recreation Maier DEPT: Parks Attachments: 1. Staff Report 2. King County Letter YASG Agreement 3. Grant Submission Documents Options Considered: 1. Accept the $150,000 funding from King County Youth and Amateur Sports Grant for the Saghalie Track Replacement 2. Do not accept the funding and provide direction to staff. MAY OR'S RECOMMENDATION: Option 1. MAYOR APPROVAL:( Z1gI'-)0b f DIRECTOR APPROVAL COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: I move to forward acceptance of the $150, 000 funding from King County Youth and Amateur Sports Grant to the October 5, 2021, consent agenda for approval. �p 4P -a --;I&'L Committee Chair Committee Member Committee Member PROPOSED COUNCIL MOTION: "I move approval of accepting the $150,000 grant award from the King County Youth and Amateur Sports Grant. " (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: ❑ APPROVED COUNCIL BILL # ❑ DENIED First reading ❑ TABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION Enactment reading ❑ MOVED TO SECOND READING (ordinances only) ORDINANCE # REVISED - 4/2019 RESOLUTION # CITY OF FEDERAL WAY MEMORANDUM DATE: September 28, 2021 TO: City Council Members VIA: Jim Ferrell, Mayor FROM: Cody Geddes, Recreation Manager SUBJECT: King County Youth and Amateur Sports Grant (KC YAS) Acceptance Financial Impacts: The revenue to the City for the King County Youth and Amateur Sports Grant will be $150,000 and will be credited to the Parks Department — Recreation Budget. lhickLxround Information: The City of Federal Way (CFW) is a partner with Federal Way Public Schools (FWPS) at the joint location that is Technology Access Foundation (TAF) @ Saghalie and Saghalie Park. In the Summer of 2013, we worked together to repair the asphalt underlayment and replace the entire rubberized track surface. The existing rubberized track surface at Saghalie is beyond the life expectancy and has failed. CFW and FWPS have made several emergency repairs in order to keep the track usable as funding has been an issue for both agencies, but the track is now in a state that cannot be repaired any further and needs to be replaced for safety reasons. This track is currently utilized by the entire community including Federal Way Soccer Association, FWPS (PE Classes/school athletics), FW Youth Football, CFW Recreation, and the community at large for exercising. These groups have all expressed concern with the condition of the track. In March of this year (2021), Parks Staff applied for the King County Youth and Amateur Sports (KC YAS) Grant for $250,000 funding to help with the costs of replacing the Saghalie Track. On July 23, 2021 KC YAS awarded the City $150,000. Rev. 7/18 Department/Division L19 King County Youth and Amateur Sports Grant Agreement Capital Grant Agreement Natural Resources and Parks / Parks and Recreation Agency: City of Federal Wa Project: Saghalie Track Replacement Amount: $150,000.00 Project#: Term Period: July 1, 2021 1141941 Contract#: To December 31, 2022 THIS CAPITAL GRANT AGREEMENT ("Agreement") is entered into by KING COUNTY (the "County"), and City of Federal Way (the "Agency"), whose address is: 33325 8th Ave. South Federal Way, WA 98003 WHEREAS, the Agency is either a public agency or a non-profit organization that provides youth or amateur sports opportunities or acts as a fiscal sponsor for such Project; WHEREAS, King County has selected the identified Agency to receive a Youth and Amateur Sports Fund ("YASF") Grant award to assist in projects that provide increased athletic opportunities for the citizens of King County, Washington; WHEREAS, the Agency shall utilize the award to address an athletic need in King County; and WHEREAS, King County is authorized to administer the YASF grant project and enter into agreements for the use of King County funds by public agencies or not -for -profit organizations to provide a service to the public under King County Ordinance 18409 § 84; NOW THEREFORE, in consideration of payments, covenants, and agreements hereinafter mentioned, to be made and performed by the parties hereto, the parties covenant and do mutually agree as follows: 1. The Agency shall provide services and comply with the requirements set forth hereinafter and in the following attached exhibits, which are incorporated herein by reference: 0I Program Summary and Scope of Attached hereto as Exhibit I ® Capital Budget 7� I Project Design Schematic Attached hereto as Exhibit II Attached hereto as Exhibit III YASF — Capital Grant [ City of Federal Way ] 2. TERM This Agreement shall commence on July 1, 2021, and shall expire on the December 31, 2022, unless extended or earlier terminated, pursuant to the terms and conditions of this Agreement. 3. PREMISES This grant Project is located at: 33325 8th Ave. South Federal Way, WA 98003 4. PARTIES All communication, notices, coordination, and other tenets of this Agreement shall be managed by: On behalf of Count : Butch Lovelace, YSFG Project Manager King County Parks and Recreation Division 201 South Jackson Street, Suite 700 Seattle, WA 98104-3855 Email: butch.lovelace __kinocountygov Phone: 206.477.4577 On behalf of Agency: Cody Geddes, Recreation Supervisor 33325 8th Ave. South Federal Way, WA 98003 Email: cody.geddes@cityoffederalway.com Phone: 253-835-6926 5. COMPENSATION AND METHOD OF PAYMENT A. Excepting only Council directed grant funds, County shall authorize, at County's sole discretion, release of a portion of the grant funds, upon execution of this Agreement, and receipt of Agency's County -approved Scope of Work and Capital Budget (see Section 6). County shall initiate authorization for payment after approval of corrected invoices and required exhibits. County shall make payment to the Agency not more than thirty (30) days after a complete and accurate invoice and required documentation is received and approved. B. Agency shall submit its final invoice and any outstanding deliverables within fifteen (15) days of the date this Agreement expires or is terminated. If the Agency's final invoice and reports are not submitted by the day specified in this subsection, County will be relieved of all liability for payment to the Agency of the amounts set forth in said invoice or any subsequent invoice. 6. AGENCY DELIVERABLES Page 2 of 9 YASF — Capital Grant [ City of Federal Way ] A. Project SLImmary and Scope of Work. Agency shall provide a County -approved Project Summary and Scope of Work, attached hereto as Exhibit I. The Project Summary and Scope of Work shall describe Agency's capital project, facility use and programming, and description of its intended use of grant funds. B. Capital Budge . Agency shall provide a County -approved Capital Budget, attached hereto as Exhibit H. Agency shall apply the funds received from the County under this Agreement in accordance with said budget. If, at any time during the Term of this Agreement, Agency expects that the cumulative amount of transfers among the budget categories may exceed ten percent (10%) of the Agreement amount, then Agency shall notify County to request approval. Supporting documents necessary to explain fully the nature and purpose of the change(s) and an amended budget may be required for each request for such approval. County approval of any such amendment shall not be unreasonably withheld. C. Project Design Schematic. Agency shall provide a County -approved Project Design Schematic, attached hereto as Exhibit III. 7. COMMUNICATION Agency shall recognize County as a "grant sponsor" for the grant project in the following manner: A. Events: Agency shall invite and recognize "King County Parks" at all events promoting the project, and at the final project dedication. B. Community Relations: Agency shall recognize "King County Parks" as a "grant sponsor" in all social media, websites, brochures, banners, posters, press releases, and other promotional material related to the Project. 8. PUBLIC ACCESS These funds are provided for the purpose of developing and/or supporting the delivery of sports activities or infrastructure for, but not exclusively serving, persons under twenty-four (24) years of age, and low and moderate income communities within King County. Fees for the Project shall be no greater than those generally charged by public operators or project providers in King County. 9. INTERNAL CONTROL AND ACCOUNTING SYSTEM Agency shall establish and maintain a system of accounting and internal controls which complies with applicable, generally accepted accounting principles, and governmental accounting and financial reporting standards in accordance with Revised Code of Washington (RCW) Chapter 40.14. 10. MAINTENANCE OF RECORDS A. Agency shall maintain accounts and records, including personnel, property, financial, Project records, including Agreement deliverables, and other such records as may be deemed necessary by the County to ensure proper accounting for all Agreement funds and compliance with this Agreement. Page 3 of 9 YASF — Capital Grant [ City of Federal Way ] B. These records shall be maintained for a period of six (6) years after the expiration or earlier termination of this Agreement unless permission to destroy them is granted by the Office of the Archivist in accordance with RCW Chapter 40.14. C. Agency shall inform the County in writing of the location, if different from the Agency address listed on page one of this Agreement, of the aforesaid books, records, documents, and other evidence and shall notify the County in writing of any changes in location within ten (10) working days of any such relocation. 11, RIGHT TO INSPECT County reserves the right to review and approve the performance of Agency with regard to this Agreement, and, at its sole discretion, to inspect or audit the Agency's records regarding this Agreement and the Project upon seventy-two (72) hours' notice during normal business hours. 12. COMPLIANCE WITH ALL LAWS AND REGULATIONS Agency, in cooperation and agreement with the owners of the Premises, shall comply with all applicable laws, ordinances and regulations in using funds provided by the County, including, without limitation, those relating to providing a safe working environment to employees and, specifically, the requirements of the Washington Industrial Safety and Health Act (WISHA); and, to the extent applicable, those related to "public works," payment of prevailing wages, and competitive bidding of contracts. The Agency specifically agrees to comply and pay all costs associated with achieving such compliance without notice from King County; and further agrees that King County, does not waive this Section by giving notice of demand for compliance in any instance. The Agency shall indemnify and defend the County should it be sued or made the subject of an administrative investigation or hearing for a violation of such laws related to this Agreement. 13. CORRECTIVE ACTION A. If the County determines that a breach of contract has occurred or does not approve of the Agency's performance, it will give the Agency written notification of unacceptable performance. The Agency will then take corrective action within a reasonable period of time, as may be defined by King County in its sole discretion in its written notification to the Agency. B. The County may withhold any payment owed the Agency until the County is satisfied that corrective action has been taken or completed. 14. TERMINATION A. The County may terminate this Agreement in whole or in part, with or without cause, at any time during the Term of this Agreement, by providing the Agency ten (10) days advance written notice of the termination. B. If the termination results from acts or omissions limited to misappropriation, nonperformance mismanagement, the Agency shall return to th e of the Agency, including but not of required services, or fiscal County immediately any funds, Page 4 of 9 YASF — Capital Grant [ City of Federal Way ] misappropriated or unexpended, which have been paid to the Agency by the County. C. Any King County obligations under this Agreement beyond the current appropriation year are conditioned upon the County Council's appropriation of sufficient funds to support such obligations. If the Council does not approve such appropriation, then this Agreement will terminate automatically at the close of the current appropriation year. 15. FUTURE SUPPORT; UTILITIES AND SERVICE The County makes no commitment to support the services contracted for herein and assumes no obligation for future support of the activity contracted for herein except as expressly set forth in this Agreement. The Agency understands, acknowledges, and agrees that the County shall not be liable to pay for or to provide any utilities or services in connection with the Project contemplated herein. 16. HOLD HARMLESS AND INDEMNIFICATION The Agency agrees for itself, its successors, and assigns, to defend, indemnify, and hold harmless King County, its appointed and elected officials, and employees from and against liability for all claims, demands, suits, and judgments, including costs of defense thereof, for injury to persons, death, or property damage which is caused by, arises out of, or is incidental to any use of or occurrence on the Project that is the subject of this Agreement, or the Agency's exercise of rights and privileges granted by this Agreement, except to the extent of the County's sole negligence. The Agency's obligations under this Section shall include: A. The duty to promptly accept tender of defense and provide defense to the County at the Agency's own expense; B. Indemnification of claims made by the Agency's employees or agents; and C. Waiver of the Agency's immunity under the industrial insurance provisions of Title 51 RCW, but only to the extent necessary to indemnify King County, which waiver has been mutually negotiated by the parties. In the event it is necessary for the County to incur attorney's fees, legal expenses or other costs to enforce the provisions of this Section, all such fees, expenses and costs shall be recoverable from the Agency. In the event it is determined that RCW 4.24.115 applies to this Agreement, the Agency agrees to protect, defend, indemnify and save the County, its officers, officials, employees and agents from any and all claims, demands, suits, penalties, losses damages judgments, or costs of any kind whatsoever for bodily injury to persons or damage to property (hereinafter "claims"), arising out of or in any way resulting from the Agency's officers, employees, agents and/or subcontractors of all tiers, acts or omissions, performance of failure to perform the rights and privileges granted under this Agreement, to the maximum extent permitted by law or as defined by RCW 4.24.115, as now enacted or hereafter amended. Page 5 of 9 YASF — Capital Grant [ City of Federal Way ] A hold harmless provision to protect King County similar to this provision shall be included in all Agreements or subcontractor Agreements entered into by Agency in conjunction with this Agreement. The Agency's duties under this Section will survive the expiration or earlier termination of this Agreement. 17. INSURANCE A. Liability Insurance Requirements. Notwithstanding any other provision within this Agreement, Agency and it subcontractors shall procure and maintain coverage and limits for no less than the following: 1. Commercial General Liability. Insurance Service "occurrence" form CG 00 01 (current edition), to include Products -Completed Operations, insurance against claims for injuries to persons or damages to property that may arise from or in connection with activities under this Agreement. The insurance coverage shall be no less than One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) combined single limit per occurrence, and Two Million Dollars ($2,000,000) in the aggregate. 2. Automobile Liability. lfactivities require vehicle usage. Insurance Services form number CA 00 01 (current edition), covering BUSINESS AUTO COVERAGE, Symbol 1 "any auto". If the grant includes the use of automobiles, the Limit of Liability shall be no less than One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) per occurrence. 3. Workers Compensation/StopCompensation/Stop Gap. if the recipient or its contractor(s) has/have employees. Statutory Workers Compensation coverage and Stop Gap Liability for a limit no less than One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) per occurrence. 4. Professional Liability. if the grant includes the use of Professional Services. Professional Liability coverage shall be no less than One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) per claim and in the aggregate. 5. Sexual Misconduct Liability. if the grant involves in person work with minors. Sexual Misconduct Liability coverage, at a limit of no less than Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($500,000) per occurrence and in the aggregate. B. If the grant involves the construction of a capital project or involves the purchase of equipment greater than Five Thousand ($5,000) in value, the Agency shall provide "All Risk" Builders Risk or Property coverage for the full replacement value of the project/property built/purchased. King County shall be listed as an additional Loss payee as our interests may appear. C. King County and its officers, officials, employees and agents shall be covered as additional insured on Agency's and its contractor(s') commercial general liability insurance and, if applicable, commercial auto liability insurance, with respect to liability arising out of activities performed by the Agency and its contractors. Additional Insured status shall include Products -Completed Operations. D. To the extent of the Agency's or its contractor's negligence, their insurance respectively shall be primary insurance with respect to the County, its officers, employees and agents. Any insurance or self-insurance maintained by the County, and its officers, officials, employees or agents shall not be subjected to contribution in favor of the Agency or its contractors insurance, and shall not benefit either in any way. Page 6 of 9 YASF — Capital Grant [ City of Federal Way ] Agency's and its contractors' insurance shall apply separately to each insured against whom a claim is made or a lawsuit is brought, subject to the limits of the insurer's liability. E. Coverage shall not be suspended, voided, canceled, reduced in coverage or in limits except by the reduction of the applicable aggregate limit by claims paid, until after thirty (30) days' prior written notice has been given to and change in coverage accepted by King County. F. The insurance provider must be licensed to do business in the State of Washington and maintain a Best's rating of no less than A-Vill. Within five (5) business days of County's request, Agency must provide a Certificate of Insurance and Additional Insured Endorsement(s) (CG 20 10 11/85 or its equivalent) to the County. The Agency shall be responsible for the maintenance of their contractors' insurance documentation. G. If Agency is a municipal corporation or an agency of the State of Washington and is self -insured for any of the above insurance requirements, a certification of self- insurance shall be attached hereto and be incorporated by reference and shall constitute compliance with this Section. H. Agency's duties under this Section shall survive the expiration or earlier termination of this Agreement. The Agency understands, acknowledges and agrees that for the relevant period of public use set forth in Section 8, the Agency shall maintain insurance and name the County as an additional insured, all of which shall be consistent with the requirements of this Section. 18. NONDISCRIMINATION King County Code ("KCC") chapters 12.16, 12.17 through 12.18 apply to this Agreement and are incorporated by this reference as if fully set forth herein. In all hiring or employment made possible or resulting from this Agreement, there shall be no discrimination against any employee or applicant for employment because of sex, race, color, marital status, national origin, religious affiliation, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression or age except minimum age and retirement provisions, unless based upon a bona fide occupational qualification. 19. CONFLICT OF INTEREST KCC Chapter 3.04 (Employee Code of Ethics) is incorporated by reference as if fully set forth hence, and the Agency agrees to abide by all conditions of said chapter. Failure by the Agency to comply with any requirement of said KCC Chapter shall be a material breach of contract. 20, POLITICAL ACTIVITY PROHIBITED None of the funds, materials, property, or services provided directly or indirectly under this Agreement shall be used for any partisan political activity or to further the election or defeat of any candidate for public office. Page 7 of 9 YASF — Capital Grant [ City of Federal Way ] 21. PROJECT MAINTENANCE: EQUIPMENT PURCHASE, MAINTENANCE AND OWNERSHIP A. As between the County and the Agency, Agency shall be responsible to operate and maintain the completed Project at its own sole expense and risk. Agency shall maintain the completed Project in good working condition consistent with applicable standards and guidelines. Agency understands, acknowledges, and agrees that the County is not responsible to operate or to maintain the Project in any way. B. Agency shall be responsible for all property purchased pursuant to this Agreement, including the proper care and maintenance of any equipment. C. Agency shall establish and maintain inventory records and transaction documents (purchase requisitions, packing slips, invoices, receipts) of equipment and materials purchased with Agreement funds. Agency's duties under this Section shall survive the expiration of this Agreement. 22. NOTICES Whenever this Agreement provides for notice to be provided by one party to another, such notice shall be in writing, and directed to the person specified in Section 4 of this Agreement. Any such notice shall be deemed to have been given on the date of delivery, if mailed, on the third (3rd) business day following the date of mailing; or, if sent by fax, on the first (1 st) business day following the day of delivery thereof by fax. Notice sent solely by e-mail shall be deemed to have been given on the date of transmission. Either party may change its address, fax number, email address, or the name of the person indicated as the recipient by notice to the other in the manner aforesaid. 23. ASSIGNMENT Agency shall not assign any portion of rights and obligations under this Agreement or transfer or assign any claim arising pursuant to this Agreement without the written consent of the County. Agency must seek such consent in writing not less than fifteen (15) days prior to the date of any proposed assignment. 24. AMENDMENTS This Agreement together with the attached exhibits expressly incorporated herein by reference and attached hereto shall constitute the whole Agreement between the Parties. Either party may request changes to this Agreement. No modifications or amendment of this Agreement shall be valid or effective unless evidenced by an Agreement in writing signed by the Parties. 25. WAIVER OF DEFAULT Waiver of any default shall not be deemed to be a waiver of any subsequent default. Waiver or breach of any provision of the Agreement shall not be deemed to be a waiver of any other or subsequent breach and shall not be construed to be a modification of the terms of the Agreement unless stated to be such through written approval by the County, which shall be attached to the original Agreement. Page 8of9 YASF — Capital Grant 26. TAXES 27 28 29 [ City of Federal Way ] Agency agrees to pay on a current basis all taxes or assessments levied on its activities and property, including, without limitation, any leasehold excise tax due under RCW Chapter 82.29A; PROVIDED, however, that nothing contained herein will modify the right of the Agency to contest any such tax, and Agency shall not be deemed to be in default as long as it will, in good faith, be contesting the validity or amount of any such taxes. WASHINGTON LAW CONTROLLING: WHERE ACTIONS BROUGHT This Agreement is made in and will Washington, which will be controllin pertaining to this Agreement will be County, Washington. PARAGRAPH HEADINGS g be in accordance with the laws of the State of in any dispute that arises hereunder. Actions brought in King County Superior Court, King The paragraph headings contained herein are only for convenience and reference and are not intended to be a part of this Agreement or in any manner to define, limit, or describe the scope or intent of this Agreement or the particular paragraphs to which they refer. PUBLIC DOCUMENT This Agreement will be considered a public document and will be available for inspection and copying by the public. 30. LEGAL RELATIONS Nothing contained herein will make, or be deemed to make, County and the Agency a partner of one another, and this Agreement will not be construed as creating a partnership or joint venture. Nothing in this Agreement will create, or be deemed to create, any right, duty or obligation in any person or entity not a party to it. 31. SINGULAR AND PLURAL Wherever the context will so require, the singular will include the plural and plural will include the singular. 32. PERMITS AND LICENSES Agency shall design, develop and construct the Project in accordance will all applicable laws and regulatory requirements including environmental considerations, permitting determinations, and other legal requirements. All activities and improvements shall be performed by Agency at its sole expense and liability. Agency shall, at its sole cost and expense, apply for, obtain and comply with all necessary permits, licenses and approvals required for the Project, 33, INTERPRETATION OF COUNTY RULES AND REGULATIONS If there is any question regarding the interpretation of any County rule or regulation, the County decision will govern and will be binding upon the Agency. Page 9 of 9 YASF — Capital Grant 34. POLICE POWERS OF THE COUNTY [ City of Federal Way ] Nothing contained in this Agreement will diminish, or be deemed to diminish, the governmental or police powers of the County. 35. ENTIRE AGREEMENT This Agreement, including its attachments, constitutes the entire Agreement between the County and the Agency. It supersedes all other agreements and understandings between them, whether written, oral or otherwise. KING COUNTY FOR King County Executive uaie City of Federal Way Signature NAME (Please type or print), Title Date Page 10 of 9 Cody Geddes City of Federal Way Saghalie Track Replacement 2021 - Youth and Amateur Sport Grant - Project - of Federal Way 33325 8th Ave. South Federal Way, WA 98003 Mr Cody Geddes 33325 8th Ave. South Federal Way, WA 98003 cody.geddes@cityoffederalway.com 0: 253-835-6926 cody.geddes@cityoffederalway.com 0: 253-835-6926 M: 253-835-6926 Printed On: 17 September 2021 2021- Youth and Amateur Sport Grant - Project 1 Cody Geddes Application Form Welcome and Instructions Welcome 'cothe 2021 Youth and Amateur Sports Project Grant Application. City of Federal Way Before moving forward please check the Application Heading to make sure you are applying to the correct application! As the applicant you are responsible for understanding all application requirements and definitions and submitting the application correctly. Note: Do not leave any answer blank Respond with "N/A" or the numeric "0" when a question does not apply to you. If you need further explanation or assistance please contact Minerva Humphrie at 206-263-5731k. 1hUs• //ww.w-.giantinterface.com /Form jUpdate?Form=190133or mhumphrie@kingcounty.gov Organizational Information Project Name* Please provide a brief name (30 characters or less) that reflects the grant request purpose. Example: Hilltop Basketball Court. Saghalie Track Replacement Organization Leadership Please provide name of Executive Director or CEO below. John Hutton Executive/Leadership Email Address Please provide the email address of Executive Director or CEO below. john.hutton@cityoffederalway.com Board Leadership Please provide name of Board President Mayor Jim Ferrell Printed On: 17 September 2021 2021- Youth and Arnateur Sport Grant - Project Cody Geddes Board President's Email Address Please provide the email address of Board President jim.ferrell@cityoffederalway.com Project Information - Equity & Community Need City of Federal Way Project Summary Please describe your project and how grant funds would be used. The City of Federal Way (CFW) is a partner with Federal Way Public Schools (FWPS) at the joint location that is TAF @ Saghalie and Saghalie Park. In the Summer of 2013 we worked together to repair the asphalt underlayment and replace the entire rubberized track surface. The existing rubberized track surface at Saghalie is beyond the life expediency and has failed. The proposed project will be to replace the rubber track surface. CFW and FWPS have been forced to make several emergency repairs in order to keep the track usable but is now in a state that cannot be repaired any further and needs to be replaced for safety reasons. This track is currently utilized by the entire community including Federal Way Soccer Association, FWPS (PE Classes/school athletics), FW Youth Football, CFW Recreation, and the community at large for exercising. These groups have all expressed concern with the condition and funding has been the issue for both agencies, hence why we need this grant. Community Impact • Describe how the project will increase access to the activity. • What similar facilities, if any, are available to the community? The City of Federal Way has only two rubber tracks for a population of nearly 100,000 people. A total of five exist within the city limits if we count the High School tracks. This track is currently utilized by the entire community including Federal Way Soccer Association, Federal Way School District (Saghalie PE Classes and all school athletics) FW Youth Football, City of Federal Way Parks and Recreation, and several other community groups that rely on this track for athletics. Like facilities would be the tracks at the local High Schools, Todd Beamer, Decatur and Federal Way. Sacajawea is another shared site with the Federal Way Public Schools and The City of Federal Way. The rubber track at Sacajawea has also reached its useful life and is currently failing as well. School District and Youth Sports programs will be the priority user groups with the track being open throughout the day for the community to use for walking, running, and overall fitness. Community Access • Describe when the facility will be open and how will it be made available. • How will you ensure that priority youth have access to the facility? • Describe your community engagement effort related to decision to pursue this project including any community -based partnerships and shared -use agreements. The track would be closed for resurfacing in the months of August and September 2020. Once open it will be announced through the City of Federal Way and Federal Way Public Schools social media and websites. The priority youth will be the students that attend school on site and will have access to the track throughout the school year. Rarely do we shut down the entire track for special interest groups other than school activities. The track would be open for public use a majority of the time outside school hours. Federal Way Public Schools- We have an MOU with FWPS that we are currently working on updating and finalizing. During our meetings and conversations we have several shared locations that are in need of some Printed On: 17 September 2021 2021- Youth and Amateur Sport Grant - Project Cody Geddes City of Federal Way major repairs. Both the track at Saghalie and Sacajawea were identified as priority projects during the Interlocal Agreement process. Partners and Supporters Please upload Partnership Agreements and/or existing Memorandums of Understanding related to the construction and/or programming of the facility. AG 93-076 - Saghalie joint use school agreement.pdf Is project located in a low - moderate Income census track?* Yes Grant Information Have you verified that your project requires permits? Yes Obtain Permits Estimated date to obtain permits 06/01/2021 Break Ground Date* 06/14/2021 Project Completion Date* 07/16/2021 What type of a facility is this? Please check all that apply Track Describe Other Facility Street Address Please provide an address of the project site. Please note that King County Parks staff will use this address to determine whether or not the facility is located in a low -moderate income community. Saghalie Park,3391419th AVE S Printed On: 17 September 2021 2021- Youth and Amateur Sport Grant - Project 4 Cody Geddes city Federal Way Zip Code 98023 Project Plan City of Federal Way Project Design* Please describe how this project is designed to meet stated needs and share any design features that grant evaluators may find helpful in understanding the project such a facility dimensions material type, and site characteristics. How is ADA compliance met? Demo and dispose of the existing old latex track surface on the oval, and jump runways. Clean the existing asphalt substrate and fill any cracks. Apply a primer and a base mat. Seal the base mat with a pigmented two component urethane and then apply tow final coasts of structural spray. Strip all lane lines, numbers, and event markings. Schematic* Please upload a one page schematic design. saghalie running track.PNG Upload two (2) photos of existing site conditions.* Two Photos_Doc.pdf Project Management* • Describe your organization's experience in capital project management. • Who will be project manager and what are their qualifications? Describe the design and permitting process for this project including whether or not you have licensed engineers and/or architects. Jason Gerwen- will be the project manager for this. Jason is the Deputy Director of Park for the City of Federal Way. He has 12 years of experience working on capital projects. We are currently working with BEYNON but will also have bids from other track surface companies This is not a new construction project and will not require an architect or engineer. Project Viability* Is the completion of your project contingent on the completion of another agency's project or are there other known factors that could stop or significantly delay the project? No Printed On: 17 September 2021 2021- Youth and Amateur Sport Grant - Project Cody Geddes City of Federal Way If Yes to Project Viability question above, please describe that scenario. Maintenance* How will facility be maintained to a safe, usable, and sustainable standard? Please describe maintenance staff, expertise, maintenance plan, and dedicated maintenance funds? City of Federal Way maintenance staff will make routine checks on the track and its conditions. The City of Federal way and Federal Way Public Schools have recently updated the MOU and shared maintenance plan and will jointly maintain and monitor the track and its condition. Financial Information Tax I.D. Number Enter in the following format: 00-0000000 91-1462550 Upload W9 form below with your Organization or your Fiscal Agent's information* Please click the link here: King County W-9 Reauest Form to access a blank W-9 form. Then complete, save and upload back to us using the "Upload a file" feature below. IT IS VERY IMPORTANTTHAT YOU USE THE KING COUNTY W-9 FORM DOCUMENT FROM THE LINK ABOVE IN THE UPLOAD FEATURE. We will not accept any other form. If you are using a fiscal agent, upload the agreement or memorandum of understanding. FWay_W9.pdf All financial questions require a numerical answer. If you have no additional funding you are still required to place a numerical "0" in the answer block. Grant Amount Requested $250,000.00 Total Project Cost $281,875.00 Budget* Provide a brief narrative of the budget and funding plan to design, build and maintain the facility. How did you arrive at this budget? The Saghalie Track was listed as a project in our 21-22 budget, but is underfunded at only $30K. We need to go through our council process to accept the grant and bid the project. Our total project cost is based on an estimate that we received from a state contract vendor. The project is more than the available grant funding and we anticipate splitting overages with FWPS. We listed those funds as pending above. FWPS has been unable to confirm a specific amount at this time, but did confirm they are a committed financial partner. There is no design work to be done as a part of this project. CFW and FWPS work together via a MOU to perform the maintenance at Saghalie. Maintenance is regularly scheduled and shared between CFW and FWPS. Printed On: 17 September 2021 2021- Youth and Amateur Sport Grant - Project Cody Geddes City of Federal Way Option to upload Bid/Cost Estimate Saghalie MS Track Estimate_Beynon.pdf Project Budget* Please download and complete this budget template in the categories provided. B. udEet Template. Administration is limited to 15% of the grant request. Once completed use the upload button feature below to upload to application. 20 2 0_YAS G_Sag_Track.xls Printed On: 17 September 2021 2021- Youth and Amateur Sport Grant - Project Cody Geddes File Attachment Summary Applicant file Uploads • AG 93-076 - Saghalie joint use school agreement.pdf • saghalie running track.PNG • Two Photos_Doc.pdf • May_W9.pdf • Saghalie MS Track_Estimate_Beynon.pdf • 2020_YASG_Sag_Track.xls Printed On: 17 September 2021 2021- Youth and Amateur Sport Grant - Project City of Federal Way Wien, Acorde' mail to: Carolyn A. Lake, City Attorney City of Federal Way 33530 1st Way South Federal Way, WA 98003 INTERLOCAL COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT BETWEEN FEDERAL WAY SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 210 AND CITY OF FEDERAL WAY /�G ?3 -�� This Agreement, effective nuns pro tunc a 3 day of 199&; is by and between the City of Federal Way, a municipal corporation of the State of Washington (hereinafter "City"), and Federal Way School District No. 210, a municipal corporation of the State of Washington (hereinafter "District"). WHEREAS, the governing bodies of the City and the District are mutually interested in an adequate program of community recreation and student activities; and WHEREAS, the Parties have, concurrent with this Agreement, entered into an Interlocal Agreement for the design and development of a joint site for Junior High School #6 and City Park; and WHEREAS, said governing bodies are authorized to enter into agreements with each other, and to do any and all things necessary or convenient to aid and cooperate in the cultivation of good citizenship by providing for programs of community recreation and student activities; and WHEREAS, in the interest of providing the best services with the least possible expenditure of public funds, full cooperation between the City and the District is necessary; and ORIGINAL WHEREAS, a joint use concept can provide for the maintenance and operation of existing fields and buildings for their better utilization by both Parties; and WHEREAS, the purpose of this joint use Agreement is to allow and encourage the City and District to work together in planning, developing and maintaining the joint school/park site for joint use; and WHEREAS, the City and the District have the authority to enter into this Agreement pursuant to the Interlocal Cooperation Act, chapter 39.34.030 RCW; NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the premises, said City and said District do now agree to cooperate with each other in carrying out the above purposes, and to that end do agree as follows: I. FACILITY ALLOCATION: For purposes of this Agreement the District and the City designate the following as "Joint Facilities" as follows: "Joint Facilities": soccer field, softball field, tennis courts, basketball area, concession/storage facilities, picnic and play area, football field, baseball field, track, restrooms/storage facility, and/or such other facilities as may be developed on the - 2 - site as agreed upon by both Parties; provided, however, for purposes of this Agreement, "Project" shall not include the school building. II. AVAILABILITY OF FACILITIES: A. The District will make available to the City for community recreational activities the Joint Facilities not needed for the conduct of school programs. All requests for use of the Joint Facilities by the City shall be made in writing by the City Manager or his or her designated representative and will be subject to the approval of the Superintendent of Schools or his or her designated representative. 0 (� B. The City will make available to the District for school d' events, activities and/or programs, the Joint Facilities not needed for the conduct of City activities and programs. All requests for use of the Joint Facilities by the District shall be made in writing by the Superintendent of Schools or his or her designated representative subject to the approval of the City Manager or his or her designated representative. C. The use of the Joint Facilities shall be in accordance with all applicable rules, policies, regulations, laws, procedures and permits governing the approved use of facilities of either party. The laws of the State of Washington, the terms of this Agreement, - 3 - and any other mutual written agreement of the parties are supplemental thereto. III. PRIORITIES AND SCHEDULING: A. The first priority for use of the Joint Facilities during school operating hours shall be school events and programs; the second shall be recreation activities and programs of the City; and the third shall be any activities and programs of other agencies or groups as may be approved or permitted by the District. MB. The first priority for the use of Joint Facilities during non- d" school operating hours shall be City activities and programs; the q4 second shall be school events, activities and/or programs; and the GD third shall be any activities and programs of other agencies or groups as may be approved or permitted by the City. C. Reservations shall be booked according to the following policy: -- Each Party shall designate and notify the other Party of a staff person responsible for reservation coordination. All requests shall be made in writing by the requesting Party and be submitted to the other Party's reservation coordinator. - 4 - -- Every attempt shall be made to submit requests at least two weeks in advance. The City shall be the primary reservation coordinating agency in order to best schedule maintenance and use of the Joint Facilities. D. The schedule of dates for use of the Joint Facilities will be worked out in advance to avoid conflict between the City and District. Once an event/activity is booked, every effort shall be made to honor the commitment. If, however, activities are in conflict, each party will notify the other as far- in advance as O possible. The canceling entity shall do so in good faith and shall contact the party or activity canceled in advance and work with Gthem to reschedule the event. The canceling entity shall have no liability or responsibility for damages resulting from the cancellation, and the non -canceling entity shall hold the other harmless from any such damages. E. Quarterly joint use meetings shall be held in August, November, February and May to discuss the upcoming scheduled events and the specific terms under which they will be operating. A date for these meetings will be scheduled by mutual agreement between the Superintendent of Schools or his or her designated representative and the City Manager or his or her designated representative. - 5 - IV. SUPERVISION AND STAFFING: A. Each Party agrees to provide adequate adult personnel to supervise its activities which take place on the Joint Facilities; provided that: City supervision shall be required solely for City sponsored/organized events and shall not be required for general community use of facilities. school supervision shall be required solely for school sponsored/organized events and shall not be required for general community use of facilities. The adequacy of the level of supervision is subject to review by the other Party. Either agency may ask the other agency to clearly determine and define the role expected of the supervisor and staff. O B. Security and crowd control are the responsibilities of the Party using the property, which Party shall ensure that good order is maintained at all times. Such Party assumes full responsibility for the conduct of persons involved in the Party's activity or who are on the property with the consent of, at its invitation, or as a result of that Party's activity. Such responsibility also includes cost of repair to or replacement of property damaged or destroyed by the act or omissions of the user, its agents, or invitee. - 6 - V. MAINTENANCE: A. The Parties shall maintain all facilities of the site excluding the Junior High School building interior and exterior maintenance. B. The Parties shall meet or exceed those maintenance standards as described in Exhibit A, attached hereto and incorporated by this reference. C. The Parties shall establish a maintenance schedule in conformance with the maintenance standards. The schedule shall as close, as possible, equally divide maintenance tasks between the Parties. Allocation of tasks shall be based upon criteria of (1) equity in division; (2) the matching of Parties" capabilities, labor and equipment resources to the tasks and frequency required. The schedule may be modified upon written agreement of the Parties. D. Allocation between the Parties of maintenance tasks shall be in lieu of payments by one Party to the other for regular maintenance costs. Provided, however, in the event one Party fails to comply with a material task assigned to that Party pursuant to the maintenance schedule, the other Party may, upon ten (10) days prior written notice to the non -complying Party, perform the task and bill the non -complying Party for such costs. - 7 E. Costs of maintenance for the concession site shall be separately identified and shall not be included in the total maintenance costs to the shared by the Parties. The concession maintenance costs shall be borne solely by the City F. Maintenance costs shall be borne by the using Party when such maintenance involves extra costs to the responsible Party, unless maintenance duties/equipment are exchanged in lieu of payments. G. Game preparation and lining of tracks and fields shall be done by the user Party. 0) q) O H. All facilities shall be repaired, restored or replaced as q4 required to ensure safe operation. Each Party shall notify the 00 O other in advance of any required repair, replacement or W!V restoration. All the costs of repairs, replacements and restoration of facilities shall be borne equally by the Parties. VI. EQUIPMENT/FIXTURES: A. Eauipment and Supplies. The equipment used in the conduct of the programs shall, to the extent practicable, be furnished by the Party providing the services. Each Party will furnish and supply all expendable materials (except sanitation supplies) necessary for operating its programs on the properties used. Equipment that is not easily moved on site (for example: soccer goals, volleyball standards, baseball bases, etc.) may be used by the other agency if - a - available. Any damage to such equipment will be immediately reported and a mutually agreeable method and amount of payment for replacement or repair determined. B. Improvements and Safety Features. 1. The City may, with prior written approval of the District, improve Joint Facilities including the installation of recreation equipment not in conflict with school use, which shall be at no cost or expense to the District except by written mutual agreement. d" 2. The District may, with prior written approval of the 0 city, improve Joint Facilities including installations of school d" �} equipment not in conflict with recreation use, which shall be at no cost or expense to the City except by written mutual agreement. 3. All improvements and equipment installed and to be installed for purposes of this Agreement, the design, plans and specifications thereof, and the type and construction thereof, including safety features, and the proposed placement thereof on sites shall all be approved in writing by each Party prior to development, construction, purchase and installation thereof, which approval shall not be unreasonably withheld. 4. The cost of operating such recreation areas, and the improvements and equipment installed thereon, shall be mutually agreed to by the City and the District and further that the City and the District agree to maintain such areas in good condition during the periods of their respective responsibility. 5. Either Party making improvements to the Joint Facilities may remove any of its fixtures from the property upon termination of this Agreement if such removal will not cause damage to the property, which removal shall be agreed to in advance. All other fixtures or alterations become the property of -the site upon termination of this Agreement. C. Utilities. The costs of the utilities provided to the Project shall be borne equally by the Parties. The school building utilities shall be separately metered, where possible, in order to ensure segregation of costs, and shall be borne solely by the District. The cost of the outdoor Project Facility lighting shall be separately metered and shall be paid solely by the City, provided that the District shall pay to the City an amount equal to the cost of the District's use of the outdoor Project Facility lighting. This cost shall be calculated based upon the District's pro -rats share of the City's outdoor Project Facility lighting billing for the applicable period of use. VII. RETAIL SALES AND CONCESSIONS The City shall conduct retail sales or grant concessions for the sale of refreshments on the site. The City shall bear all - 10 - expenses and retain all profits from concession sales. Maintenance costs directly attributable to the concession site shall be separately identified and shall not be included in the total maintenance costs of the site to be borne equally by the Parties. VIII. LONG RANGE PLANNING: The City and the District will encourage cooperative efforts in this Project's future school and recreation design, development and improvement. Each Party shall offer the other the opportunity to review and comment on any future development, modification, and/or re -design or improvement plans. d� d' 0 I%. ADVERTISING: C�2 A. Any posting of advertising matter of any kind on the property shall be in places designated by the City or District for such purposes. Advertising matter for anything other than activities of the parties hereto may not be posted except pursuant to the policy of the affected facility's responsible Party. B. When joint programs are sponsored, each Party will share in the public acknowledgement. X. PAYMENT FOR USE OF THE PROPERTY: There will be no rental charges for Joint Facility usage by either Party. Equipment rental charges for both parties will be at fifty percent (50%) of the rental rate normally charged by the Party owning equipment. Costs related to wages that must be paid as a result of work outside the normal work day will be paid by the user. XI. GENERAL PROVISIONS: A. Indemnification. The District agrees to indemnify and hold the City, its elected officials, officers, employees, agents, and (0 volunteers harmless from any and all claims, demands, losses, actions and liabilities (including costs and all attorney fees) to O or by any and all persons or entities, including, without limitation, their respective agents, licensees, or representatives, arising from, resulting from, or connected with this Agreement to the extent caused by the negligent acts, errors or omissions of the District, its elected officials, officers, employees, agents, and volunteers, or by the District's breach of this Agreement. The City agrees to indemnify and hold the District, its elected officials, officers, employees, agents, and volunteers harmless 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 - 12 - respective agents, licensees, or representatives, arising from, resulting from, or connected with this Agreement to the extent caused by the negligent acts, errors or omissions of the City, its elected officials, officers, employees, agents, and volunteers, or by the City's breach of this Agreement. The provisions of this paragraph shall survive the expiration or termination of this Agreement with respect to any event occurring prior to such expiration or termination. B. Insurance. d' 1. It is hereby understood and agreed that each Party to O this Agreement shall obtain and maintain public liability insurance C�2 in an amount not less than TWO MILLION AND N0/100 DOLLARS O ($2,000,000) single limit liability. 2. Each Party shall provide the other Party with a certificate of public liability insurance naming the other Party as an additional insured and showing proof of the required insurance coverage. Insurance coverage shall be maintained at all times. C. Disputes. In the event of any dispute or difference arising by reason of this Agreement or any provision or term thereof or the use and/or payment of any facility for the purposes of this Agreement, the dispute or difference shall be resolved by the City Manager or his/her designated representative and the Superintendent - 13 - of Schools or his/her designated representative. Such decision shall be arrived at as expeditiously as possible. Parties stipulate to the jurisdiction of King County Superior Court in the event any dispute cannot be satisfactorily resolved. D. Annual. Review. Each January a review board will meet to consider and recommend changes to this Agreement, if any may be needed. Membership on the board will consist of the following: School District - Activities Director, Director of Maintenance and Operations, one (1) junior high administrator; City - Director of Parks, Recreation and Human Services, Superintendent of Maintenance 0 and Operations, and Superintendent of Recreation and Human Services. Any change to this Agreement shall be presented to the O appropriate governing bodies for approval. E. Terms. This Agreement shall be effective upon execution by both Parties and shall be perpetual in term. F. Filincr. A copy of this Agreement shall be filed with the Secretary of State, the City Clerk of the City of Federal Way, the Department of Fiscal Services/Federal Way Schools, and the King County Auditor. G. This Agreement does not authorize the joint review board to acquire, hold and/or dispose of real or personal property. Terms of use, and payment and liability related to the use of any real or - 14 - personal property owned or operated by the Parties hereto are governed by the terms of this Agreement. IN WITNESS whereof the Parties have executed this Agreement the day and year set forth below. CITY OF FEDERAL WAY KENNETH E. NYB CITY MANAGER ATTEST: feZITY CLERK, MAUREEN M. SWANEY, CMC APPROVED AS TO FORM: CITY ATTORNEY, CAROLYN A. LAKE APPROVAL BY GOVERNING BOARD GIVEN: FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL Date mo-H o-n fo y,1 CM ActionQ��, 92098.2 FEDERAL WAY SCHOOL DIST. 210 X-'�ZUALI G. RICHARD HARRIS SUPERINTENDENT '�!,J 2o -,94dL, S,CROOL DISTRICT ATTORNEY, ES M. THRASHER FEDERAL WAY SCHOOL DIST. 210 L Z / 7- -Da�? Action - 15 - 1:*:4:113 ti JOINT USE AREA MAINTENANCE PLAN FOR SCHOOL SITE #6 October 13, 1992 FEDERAL WAY PARKS TASK DAILY WEEKLY MONTHLY # TIMESIYEAR COMMENTS 1. Restrooms • -AM Cleaning PM laspoodon -Serviced 104 days 2. Garbage/Utter a -W4 days -As needed w/events 3. Parking Lots Weed 2-3 Litter • 4. Mowing • God of 2 times per week an ballfields S. Edging • Goal of 2 times per month 6.Irrigation 2 -En"8ize -Winterize 7. Basketball Court a 8. Tennis Court • 9. Baseball Infields • In seams 10. Softball Infields a In season 11. Playstructure • Inspect in season Report monthly 12. Park Fixtures a Inspect/Repair -Goals -Drinking fountains -Bollards -Bleachers 13. Paths/Walks • InspecUCiean 14. Fence 2 Tr pecUT Mir 15. Signage As needed Repair/Las" 16. Fall Cleanup 2 * It is egimated that maumtema= Or site ZW cost $90,000 en 1994 wt costs being shared as a owe: City's share of maintenance budged $45,000 School's share of maintenance budget 30,000 School's credit to City for rental of school facilities for City sponsored programs. 15.UQ0 Estimated total $90,000 October 13. 1992 JOINT USE AREA MAINTENANCE PLAN FOR SCHOOL SITE #6 FEDERAL WAY SCHOOL DISTRICT TASK DAILY WEEKLY MONTHLY # T[MES/YEAR COMMENTS 1. • -AM Cleaning -PM ]inspection - arviced 260 days 2. Garbage/Litter • -260 days -As needed w/events 3. Parking Lots vacuum Both ]iota Weed 2-3 Litter • 4. Field/Se UAV 1 -Sa unity lights to be Lights replaced wham burned out -Field lights to be replaced when % are out 5. Track 6. Pesticide Application 2-3 -Control of weeds -Control major infestations of insects 7. Fertilization 3-5 -slow release fertilizer -min/spring, summer, fall 9. Airification 2-3 9. Topdmsaing 1 1/4'Topdreae sand per application 10. Pruning 1 Proper techniques to achieve shape & sitelines + It is estimated that maintenance of the site will cost $90,000 om 1994/95 with costs being shared as follows: City'a aharo of maintex mm budget $45,000 School's share of maintenance budget 30,000 Sehoal's credit to City for rental of school facilities for City sponsored programs. Eked total $90,000 1 'Wevr :. Y.*EW%= 1 1 LQ Request for Taxpayer Identification number and Give form to King County. KING COUNTY Certification Do not send to IRS. SUBSTITUTE W-9 Name (as shown on Invoice) Business Type ❑ Association ❑ C-Corporation ❑ S-Corporation ❑ Disregarded Entity ❑ Division ❑✓ Government ❑ Individual ❑ Limited Liability Company: Enter tax classification (C=C-Corporation, S=S-Corporation, P=Partnerships ❑ Non Profit ❑ Partnership ❑ Sole Proprietor ❑ Trust/Estate Business Registration Information Enter where you are registered to do business and the corresponding State Registration Number State: Wasington Registration Number: Purchasing Location Information Physical Address 33325 8th Ave. South City , State, and Zip Federal Way WA 98003 Remittance Information Remit Address (if different than above) <K--7 6 5o,, f4 33 3 s T- City , State, and Zip Tax Reporting Name a d Tax Identification Number or Social Security Number Enter your Tax reporting Name and address. The Tax Identification number provided must match the name given on the "Tax Reporting Name" line. For individuals, this is your social security number (SSN). Tax Reporting Name City of Federal Way Tax Reporting Address 33325 8th Ave. South Tax Reporting City, State, and Zip Federal Way WA 98003 Tax Identification Number, Em to er Identification dumber or Social Security Number: 9 1- 1 1 4 1 6 1 2 5 5 Under penalties of perjury, I certify that: 1. The number shown on this form is my correct tax reporting name and identification number. 2. 1 am a U.S. citizen, U.S. person or U.S. Business Entity. 3. 1 am not subject to backup withholding due to failure to report interest and dividend income. 4. 1 am exempt from FATCA reporting. Certification instructions. If you are not a U.S. citizen, U.S. person or U.S. Business Entity, you must cross out item 2 above. You will need to rovide a completed King County W9 form as well as a copy of your W-8. Sign Here Ilho / 7 I Print Name Signer t o_b /2. 07FOAJ Date Signed ! 113" / /7 Version: 2 King County Substitute W9 Dated 2/23/2015 1Fieldiurf SURFACE1EXPE - B E SURFACE ATERTENCE YNON A Tarkett Sports Company A Tarkett Sports Company Date: March 5, 2021 To: Cody Geddes Recreation Manager City of Federal Way Parks 253.835.6926 www.itallhappenshere.org Saghalie Middle School: 33914 19th Ave SW, Federal Way, WA 98023 FROM: Reed McNeil Beynon Sports 503-805-2631 RMcNei l be nons ❑rts.corn Subject: Sa halie Middle School Track Resurfacin FieldTurf USA, Inc. in conjunction with Beynon Sports is pleased to present the following proposal. Price estimates are based off of SmartBuy Cooperative Purchasing Program pricing. SmartBuy provides predetermined preferential pricing through approved vendors. Since the products have already been bid at the national level, individual schools do not have to duplicate the bidding process. FieldTurf USA, Inc. holds the Cooperative Purchase contract, any PO for Contract must be made out to FieldTurf USA, Inc. 175 N Industrial Blvd NE. Calhoun, GA 30701 SAGHAILIE MIDDLE •• 0i Scope: Demo/dispose of the existing old latex track surface on the track oval, long/triple jump runway, and high jump pad. Clean the existing asphalt substrate and fill any cracks with a sand/polyurethane compound. Apply primer and pave a polyurethane base mat. Seal the base mat with a pigmented two -component urethane and then apply two final coats of a structural spray. Stripe all lane lines, numbers, and event markings. Size: 5,464 Square Yards Product: BSS 200 Color: Black or Red Striping: Included per NFHS guidelines Total $277,224Asa Bond 4,650.93 Total Price $281.874.93 SAGHAILIE MIDDLE •• i0 Scope: Demo/dispose of the existing old latex track surface on the track oval, long/triple jump runway, and high jump pad. Clean the existing asphalt substrate and fill any cracks with a sand/polyurethane compound. Apply primer and pave a polyurethane base mat. Apply two final coats of a structural spray. Stripe all lane lines, numbers, and event markings. Size: 5,464 Square Yards Product: BSS 100 Color: Black or Red _ Striping: Included per NFHS guidelines Tota l $251,106.00 Bond: $4,212.7G Total Price: $265,318.76 FieldTurf - 175 N Industrial Blvd NE. Calhoun, GA 30701- Tel 1-800-724-2969 - Fax (514) 340-9374 www.FieldTurf.com Saghalie MS Track March 5, 2021 Page 2 of 2 NOTES: • Beynon Sports is a licensed contractor in the State of Washington • Beynon Sports acknowledges all Prevailing Wages and Travel Time • Beynon Sports is a member of the American Sports Builders Association and maintains Certified Builders on staff • Cure time on new asphalt and concrete is 28 days prior to receiving new track surface • While surfacing and striping are being done, water systems must be curtailed, shut off or controlled so that no water falls on the track or event area surfaces. • Pricing is valid for 90 days • WSST not included in price. If you have questions regarding the FieldTurf and Beynon SmartBuy Cooperative Purchasing Program, please contact Eric Fisher at: edc.fisher smartbu coo erative_com. If the price above is approved please make the PO or contract out to FieldTurf USA, Inc. 175 N Industrial Blvd NE. Calhoun, GA 30701. Exhibit II Project Budget Organization and Project Name: Project Tasks Timeline Start / Finish Project Costs Additional Funding Grant Request Planning / Design / Permits Construction / Installation / Materials Demo, clean surface, fill issues, lay new surface 8/17/20 9/4/20 $281,875 $31,875 $250,000 Other Contingency Tax Project Management (Max 15% of grant) TOTALS $281.875 $31.875 $250.000 Addition Project Funding Project Name: Please list below the additional funding sources. For example, Parks CIP, volunteer labor, professional construction services, or cash from a community group. Applicant must be prepared to document committed funds upon request. Additional Funding Fundingsource $ status committed or pending) P g) C / P volunteer $15 p1h donated Materials Prof. Service Cash 1 IFWPS 15,938 2 City Of Federal Way 15,938 3 4 5 6 $ - $ - $ - $ 31,875 Total Addition Funding $ 31,875 COUNCIL MEETING DATE: October 5, 2021 ITEM #: 5 g CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL SUBJECT: BID ACCEPTANCE - FEDERAL WAY COMMUNITY CENTER SLIDE REMOVAL Policy Question: Should the City Council accept the bid from Talakai Construction, LLC for the Federal Way Community Center Slide Removal and authorize staff to execute the contract? COMMITTEE: FEDRAC MEETING DATE: September 28, 2021 CATEGORY: ® Consent ❑ Ordinance ❑ Public Hearing ❑ City Council Business ❑ Resolution ❑ Other STAFF REPORT BY: Jason Germen, Parks Deputy Director DEPT: Parks Attachments: 1. Staff Report 2. Talakai Construction LLC Bid Options Considered: 1. Accept the bid from Talakai Construction LLC for the Federal Way Community Center Slide Removal and authorize staff to execute the contract. 2. Do not approve accepting the bid and provide direction to staff. MAYOR'S RECOMMENDATION: Option 1. MAYOR APPROVAL: I ] DIRECTOR APPROVAL: { itwe C uacil lnieaU to21,ate [nitial/D COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: "I move to forward the bid acceptance for the Federal Way Community Center Slide Removal and authorization to execute a eontrac to the October 21, consent agenda. -206 \A, a Committee Chair Committee Member Committee Member PROPOSED COUNCIL MOTION: "I move approval of the bid from Talakai Construrt»n LLC for the Federal f, Way Community Center Slide Removal and authorize staff to execute the contract. MELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: ❑ APPROVED COUNCIL BILL # ❑ DENIED First reading ❑ TABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION Enactment reading ❑ MOVED TO SECOND READING (ordinances only) ORDINANCE # REVISED — 11/2019 RESOLUTION # CITY OF FEDERAL WAY MEMORANDUM DATE: September 10, 2021 TO: City Council Members VIA: Jim Ferrell, Mayor FROM: Jason Gerwen, Deputy Parks Directo SUBJECT: Bid Acceptance - Federal Way Community Center - Slide Removal Financial Impacts: The cost for the Federal Way Community Center (FWCC) Slide Removal will be $34,791.60 and was included within the approved budget under the line item: Federal Way Community Center 111-7200-351-575-51-410. In accordance with the approved budget, this item is funded by the General Fund. Background Information: In July of this year (2021), staff requested approval to solicit bids for the Phase One Demolition of the Federal Way Community Center Slide Replacement Project. Upon closing of the RFB, Talakai Construction, LLC was the lowest responsible bidder. Staff is requesting approval to accept the bid from Talakai Construction LLC and authorization to execute a Public Works Contract for the project. Rev. 7/18 BID PROPOSAL FEDERAL WAY COMMUNITY CENTER SLIDE REMOVAL PROPOSAL SUBMITTED TO: City of Federal Way 33325 8th Ave South Federal Way, Washington 98003-6325 PROPOSAL SUBMITTED BY: Bidder- Talakai Construction, LLC Full Legal Name of Firm Contact: Dana Gervais Talakai Individual with Legal Authority to sign Bid and Contract Address. 9236 25th Ave SW Phone. Street Address Seattle. wa 98106 City, State Zip 206 763-2638 E-Mail: talakaiconOhotmail.com Select One of the Following: ❑ Corporation ❑ Partnership. ❑ Individual ac Other Limited Liability Company State Contractor's License No.: TALAKCL*891 CP State Contractor's License Expiration Date: 2 / 17 1 23 Month Day Year State UBI No.: 603066669 State Worker's Comp. Account No.: 216,027-00 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY FEDERAL WAY COMMUNITY CENTER SLIDE REMOVAL RFB-6 RFB #21-011 CFWRFB VERSION 2020-JUN NOTE. Ail entries shall be written in ink or typed. Unit pries fbr all items, a0 extensions, and total amount of bid shall be shown. Enter unit prees in numerical figures only, in dollars and cents to two (2) decimal places (including for whole dollar amounts). All figures must be clearly legible. Bids with illegible figures in the unit price column will be regarded as nonresponsive. Where conflict occurs between the unit price and the total amount specified for any Rem, the unit price shall prevail, and totals shall be corrected to confarm thereto. The Bidder shall complete this entire Bid Form or this bid may be considered non -responsive. The City may correct obvious mathematical errors. The City of Federal Way reserves the right to reject any and all bids, waive any informalities or minor irregularities in the bidding, and determine which bid or bidder meets the criteria set forth in the bid documents. SCHEDULE A_ FEDERAL WAY COMMUNITY CENTER SLIDE REMOVAL All unit prices shall NOT include applicable sales tax. Sales tax should be applied to the sub total for this bid schedule. Item No. Spec. Div. Bid Item Description Unit Price Amount 1 Parks Demo]Removal — FWCC Slide $34,660.00 $31,600.00 SUBTOTAL— SCHEDULE A$ $31,600.00 SALES TAX (10.1%) $ 3,191.60 TOTAL— SCHEDULE A (including Washington State sales tax, all other governmenttaxes, assessments and charges) $ 34,791.60 The documents incorporated by reference, as if fully set forth, are the Advertisement for Bids, the Instructions to Bidders and Checklists, the Contractor's Bid Proposal (including all forms and supplemental information listed on the Bidders Checklist), the Contract Documents (including Project Plans, Specifications, and all Appendices, Amendments, and Supplemental Reports & Information), the Contract Provisions (including all forms and supplemental information listed on the Contract Checklist), the version of the Washington State Standard Specifications for Road, Bridge, and Municipal Construction identified herein, and any other documents provided to bidders and/or referenced in or referred to by the Contract Documents. Pursuant to and in compliance with the Advertisement for Bids for the Project, and other documents relating thereto, the undersigned has carefully examined all of the bid and contract documents, considered conditions which may affect the delivery, supply and maintenance for the Project, and hereby proposes to furnish all labor, materials and perform all work as required in strict accordance with the contract documents, for the referenced bid amount, inclusive of Washington State sales tax and all other government taxes, assessments and charges as required by law. CITY OF FEDERAL WAY FEDERAL WAY COMMUNITY CENTER SLIDE REMOVAL RFB-7 RFB ##21-011 CFW RFB VERSION 2020-JUN NON -COLLUSION AFFIDAVIT By signing this proposal, the undersigned acknowledges that the person(s), firm, association, or corporation has (have) not, either directly or indirectly, entered into any agreement, participated in any collusion, or otherwise taken any action in restraint of free competitive bidding in connection with this project. To report rigging activities, call 1-800-424-9071. The U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) operates the toll -free hotline Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p-m., Eastern Time. Anyone with knowledge of possible bid rigging, bidder collusion, or other fraudulent activities should use the hotline to report such activities. The hotline is part of USDOT's continuing effort to identify and investigate highway construction contract fraud and abuse and is operated under the direction of the USDOT Inspector General. All information will be treated confidentially and caller anonymity will be respected. CONFLICTS OF INTEREST. GRATUITIES, & NON-COMPETITIVE PRACTICES By signing this proposal, the undersigned agrees as follows: (1) That it has no direct or indirect pecuniary or proprietary interest, that it shall not acquire any interest which conflicts in any manner or degree with the work, services, equipment or materials required to be performed and/or provided under this contract and that it shall not employ any person or agent having any such interests. In the event that the Contractor or its agents, employees or representatives hereafter acquires such a conflict of interest, it shall immediately disclose such interest to the City and take action immediately to eliminate the conflict or to withdraw from this contract, as the City may require; and (2) That no person or selling agency except bona fide employees or designated agents or representatives of the Contractor have been employed or retained to solicit or secure this contract with an agreement or understanding that a commission, percentage, brokerage, or contingent fee would be paid; and (3) That no gratuities in the form of entertainment, gifts or otherwise, were offered or given by the Contractor or any of its agents, employees or representatives, to any official, member or employee of the City or other governmental agency with a view toward securing this contract or securing favorable treatment with respect to the awarding or amending, or the making of any determination with respect to the performance of this contract AFFIDAVIT OF ELIGIBILITY The Contractor certifies that it is properly licensed and registered under the laws of the State of Washington and has not been determined to have been in violation of RCW 50.12.070(1)(b), RCW 51.16.070(1)(b), or RCW 82.32.070(2) within the last two years. The Contractor further certifies that it has not been determined, within the last one year, to have committed any combination of two of the following violations or infractions within a five year period: (1) Violated RCW 51.48.020(1) or 51.48.103; or (2) Committed an infraction or violation under Chapter 18.27 RCW. CERTIFICATION OF LAWFUL EMPLOYMENT The Contractor hereby certifies that it has complied with all provisions of the Immigration and Nationality Act now or as herein after amended, 8 U.S.C. 11 D1 et. Seq., and that all employees, including subcontractor employees, are lawfully permitted to perform work in the United States as provided in this agreement with the City of Federal Way. Receipt of the following Addendums is hereby acknowledged: Addendum No_ None Date Issued: Addendum No. Date Issued Addendum No. Date issued: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY FEDERAL WAY COMMUNITY CENTER SLIDE REMOVAL RFB-8 RFB ##21-011 GFW RFB VERSION 2020-JUN The undersigned individual represents and warrants that he or she is dully authorized to execute the bid and all bid documents on behalf of any partnership, joint venture or corporation. Subscribed and sworn to before MICHELLE L BENSON Notary Public State of Washington Commission # 154223 My Comm. Expires Oct 5, 2023 By: " Signature Dana Gervais Talakai Printed Name Member/GfCe Adminstrator T Title Printed name of Notary Notary Public in and for t� 5 to of Wash" ta�� My commission expires' 1 V CITY OF FEDERAL WAY FEDERAL WAY COMMUNITY CENTER SLIDE REMOVAL RFB-9 RFE ##21-011 CFW RF6 VERSION 2020-JUN BID BOND FEDERAL WAY COMMUNITY CENTER SLIDE REMOVAL aPTION 1: BID BOND DEPOSIT Attached is a deposit in the form of a certified check, cashier's check, or cash in the amount of Z,000.00 which amount is not less than five percent (5%) of the total bid. dfficiai Date Member/ Office Administrator Title —OR— OPTION 2. BID BOND KNOW ALL PERSONS BY THESE PRESENTS that we, as Principal, and as Surety, are held and firmly bound unto the City of Federal Way, as Obligee, in the sum of five (5) percent of the total amount of the bid proposal for the payment of which the Principal and the Surety bond themselves, their heirs and executors, administrators, successors and assigns, jointly and severally, by these presents. The condition of this obligation is such that if the Obligee shall make any award to the Principal for the above - mentioned Project according to the terms of the proposal or bid made by the Principal therefore, and the Principal shall duly make and enter into a contract with the Obiige-e in accordance with the terms of said proposal or bid and award and shall give bond for the faithful performance thereof. with Surety or Sureties approved by the Obligee. or if the Principal shall in case of failure so to do, pay and forfeit to the Obligee the penal amount of the deposit specified in the call for bids. then this obligation shall be null and void; otherwise. it shall be and remain in full force and effect. and the Surety shall forthwith pay and forfeit to the Obligee as penalty and liquidated damages, the amount of this bond. SIGNED, SEALED AND DATED THIS DAY OF 20 Principal — Signature of Authorized Official Title Surety — Attorney in Fact (Attach Power of Attorney) Name and Address of Local Off icelAgent of Surety Company is: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY FEDERAL WAY COMMUNITY CENTER SLIDE REMOVAL RFB-10 RFB #1e21-011 CFW RFS VERSION 2020-JUN CONTRACTOR WAGE LAW COMPLIANCE CERTIFICATION FAILURE TO RETURN THIS CERTIFICATION AS PART OF THE BID PROPOSAL PACKAGE WILL MAKE THIS BID NONRESPONSIVE AND INELIGIBLE FOR AWARD. I hereby certify, under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of Washington, on behalf of the firm identified below that, to the best of my knowledge and belief, this firm has NOT been determined by a final and binding citation and notice of assessment issued by the Washington State Department of Labor and industries or through a civil judgment entered by a court of limited or general jurisdiction to have willfully violated, as defined in RCW 49.48.082, any provision of Chapters 49.46, 49.48, and 49.52 RCW within three (8) years prior to the date of the Request for Bids. Bidder Name: Talakai Construction, LLC Print Full Legal Name of Firm ignature' of A rized Person ` Title: Member/ Office Administrator Title of Person Signing Certificate Date: 9/3/21 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Dana Gervais Talakai Print Name of Person Making Ceibfi�atians for firm place_ Seattle, Washington Print City and State Where Signed FEDERAL WAY COMMUNITY CENTER SLIDE REMOVAL PROPOSAL FOR INCORPORATING RECYCLED MATERIALS APWA-WA I)evis_xM 1 Committee rev. 11912016 Proposal for Incorporating Recycled Materials into the Project In compliance with a new taw that went into effect January 1, 201-6 (SHR16'95), the Bidder shall propose below, the total .percent of construction aggregate and concrete materials to be incorporated into the Project that are recycled materials_ Calculated percentages must be within the amounts allowed in Section 9-03.21(1)E, Table on MaArnurn Allowable Percent (By W6ght) of recycled Material- of the Standard Specifications_ Proposed total percentage_ 75% percent_ Note. Use of recycled rmter afs is highly encouraged within the iin*s shown above_ but does not constitute a Bidder Preference., and w#1 not affect the de!e,7nna:ion of award, unless two or more ►)west responsim bird totals are exactly equal, in whicrt case proposed recycling percentages w A be used as a be -breaker per She APWA GSA' in Section 1-03. f of the Spedai Provisions. Regardess the Bidde;r's stated proposed percentages M l become a goal the Contractor shou0 do its ,best to accomplish_ Bidders ► # be required to report an recy ded materials actually incorporated into Me Prqject; in accordance wish the APWA -GSP in Seaton 1-06.6 of the Special Provisions. Bidder. Talakai Construction, LLC Signature of Authorized Official: Date_ 913121 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY FEDERAL WAY COMMUNITY CENTER SLIDE REMOVAL RFB-12 RFB #21-011 CFW RFB VERSION 2020-JUN COUNCIL MEETING DATE: October 5, 2021 ITEM #: 5h CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL SUBJECT: KING COUNTY PARKS LEVY AQUATIC FACILITIES GRANT POLICY QUESTION: Should the City approve staff to apply for the King County Parks Levy Aquatic Facilities Grant? COMMITTEE: FEDERAC MEETING DATE: September 28, 2021 CATEGORY: ® Consent ❑ Ordinance ❑ Public Hearing ❑ City Council Business ❑ Resolution ❑ Other STAFF REPORT BY: Leif Ellsworth, Community Center Manager DEPT: Parks M^„ Attachments: 1. Staff Report 2. Grant Program FAQ 3. Grant Program Summary Options Considered: 1. Approve staff to apply for the King County Parks Levy Aquatic Facilities Grant. 2. Do not approve and provide direction to staff. MAYOR'S RECOMMENDATION: MAYOR APPROVAL: InitiaUDate 1. InitialDate DIRECTOR APPROVAL: r lnitiallD COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: I move to forward the approval to apply for the King County Parks Levy Aquatic Facilities Grant to the October S, 2021, consent agenda. I ,� Wk 166M4 6f \A, CL-/- U& Committee Chair Committee Member Committee Member PROPOSED COUNCIL MOTION: "I move approval of the King County Parks Levy Aquatic Facilities Grant application. " (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: ❑ APPROVED COUNCIL BILL # ❑ DENIED First reading ❑ TABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION Enactment reading ❑ MOVED TO SECOND READING (ordinances only) ORDINANCE # REVISED — 11/2019 RESOLUTION # M CITY OF FEDERAL WAY MEMORANDUM DATE: September 28, 2021 TO: City Council Members VIA: Jim Ferrell, Mayor FROM: Leif Ellsworth, Community Center Manager SUBJECT: King County Parks Levy Aquatic Facilities Grant Financial Impacts: This replacement of the Federal Way Community Center Water Slide and Play Structure was not included within the approved budget under the Parks Department. Estimated revenue to the City from this grant is $250,000. This grant is a reimbursement grant and requires matching funds. In accordance with the reserve fund balance guidelines, funds will be utilized from 111-0000-0000-308-40-000 to support replacement of the water slide and play structure. Upon award, funding from this grant will be put back into the reserve fund. Upon completion of the Federal Way Community Center's new Water Slide and Play Structure replacement, future costs are estimated to be minimal as slide parts will be modular and replaced as needed on an ongoing, preventative maintenance schedule. Back,ground Information: As mentioned in previous staff reports, the concrete circular stairs and support columns have failed on the waterslide in the Federal Way Community Center (FWCC) leisure pool. Confirmation of these structural issues and failure was completed by a structural engineer. During the shutdown due to COVID-19, staff began to inspect the slide structure and play feature in the leisure pool. Extensive cracking was discovered and comparisons were made to previous cracks. The comparison showed cracks had become more prevalent throughout the structure over time and an engineer was brought in to inspect the slide. After engineer inspection, it was recommended the slide not be reopened for public use. It is, however, safe for patrons to be in the vicinity of the slide as it is not in imminent danger of failing or discarding debris. The safety of our members and guests is of utmost importance and this closure is a disappointment as we want people to have enjoyment of all of FWCC's great amenities and we never want to inconvenience our customers. Staff is requesting approval to apply for the King County Parks Levy Aquatic Facilities Grant in the amount of $250,000, which will cover 50% of the estimated project total. This project Rev. 7/18 is currently in Phase 1, with demolition of the current slide and play structure expected to be complete by the end of the year before moving into Phase 2 for rebuilding the slide. Rev. 7/18 PARKS LEVY GRANTS: THE AQUATIC FACILITIES GRANT PROGRAM 2021 AQUATIC FACILITIES GRANT PROGRAM WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF THE AQUATIC FACILITIES GRANT PROGRAM? Funding from the Aquatic Facilities Grant Program is intended to preserve or increase public access to aquatic facilities for the residents of King County to provide equitable access to aquatic recreation and water safety, skills and education. WHAT KIND OF PROJECTS DO YOU FUND? Projects funded from this grant program pertain to the development and construction of new, renovation, or expansion of existing aquatic facilities and include the following activities:1) land acquisition; 2) feasibility studies; 3) design and permits; and 4) construction. WHAT ENTITIES OR AGENCIES ARE ELIGIBLE TO RECEIVE GRANT FUNDING? Agencies or entities eligible to apply for and receive funding include King County towns and cities, school districts, metropolitan park districts and public entities that own public aquatic facilities. HOW LARGE ARE YOUR GRANTS? • Projects are capped at $5,000,000 or 25% of project cost, whichever is smaller • Planning or feasibility studies are capped at $100,000 ARE THERE MATCHING REQUIREMENTS FOR THIS PROGRAM? • Grants up to $100,000 require no match • Grants from $100,001-$2,000,000 must be matched by at least 50% of a project's total cost Grants from $2,000,001 - $5,000,000 must be matched by at least 75% of a project's total cost HOW MUCH FUNDING IS AVAILABLE IN THIS GRANT CYCLE? Roughly $13 million is available for grants in the 2021-2022 grant cycle. Li King County I pA R K S IS A LETTER OF INTENT OR PRE -APPLICATION REQUIRED? No, a letter of intent is not required for this grant program cycle. WHEN ARE GRANT APPLICATIONS DUE? Grant applications are due October 15, 2021, by 5:00 p.m. Late applications will not be accepted. CAN APPLICANTS SUBMIT MORE THAN ONE PROJECT FOR FUNDING IN ANY ONE GRANT CYCLE? Applicants can submit more than one project for potential funding, but each project requires its own application. ARE SPRAY PARKS AND WADING POOLS ELIGIBLE FOR PROJECT APPLICATIONS? No, this program provides funding for projects that result in recreation associated with public safety around water (learning to swim, water safety education) and water recreation (swimming, diving, aquatic based wellness, etc.). Those projects, however, are eligible under the Parks Capital and Open Space grant program. WHO DECIDES WHICH GRANT APPLICATIONS WILL RECEIVE FUNDING? The Aquatic Facilities and Parks Capital and Open Space Grant Advisory Committee will make recommendations to the King County Executive for project funding. The Executive will in turn provide the King County Council with a list of projects based on input from the committee. The Council makes final award determinations. ARE THERE RESOURCES THAT CAN BE ACCESSED TO HELP US WITH TECHNICAL QUESTIONS? King County staff will be available to provide technical support and general guidance to assist with understanding the program criteria, eligibility, and navigating the application process. DO YOU FUND SALARIES AND OPERATING EXPENSES? Grant funds may be used to cover up to 15% of administrative costs for projects. Operating expenses are not eligible expenses. DOES THE NUMBER OF PEOPLE WHO WILL BENEFIT FROM THE GRANT MATTER? The number of people benefiting from the grant is considered, but the proposal is evaluated in context of the stated need and how the proposal is designed to meet that need. SHOULD WE HAVE A PROFESSIONAL GRANT WRITER PREPARE OUR APPLICATION? It is not necessary. The application is modest in nature and grant evaluators are more interested in the reality of the need and the quality of the plan for addressing it than in the elegance of the grant language. Clear and concise language is greatly appreciated. DO YOU MAKE GRANTS OUTSIDE OF KING COUNTY? No. Grant funding is limited to the geographic area of King County, Washington. GRANT PROGRAM FAQ: AQUATIC FACILITIES IF MY PROJECT APPLICATION IS DECLINED FOR FUNDING IN THIS ROUND, CAN I RESUBMIT MY APPLICATION FOR FUTURE ROUNDS? Yes. Projects not funded are eligible for future grant rounds, but applicant must reapply. ARE WE REQUIRED TO APPLY ONLINE? Yes. Online applications are required. Should you need assistance to ensure your application is submitted properly, please coordinate with our staff for assistance. WHEN ARE FUNDS AVAILABLE? Funds are released upon applicant completing key milestones identified in the grant agreement. Grant funds are not eligible for retroactive funding for previously completed projects. IS THERE A TIMELINE FOR COMPLETING PROJECTS FUNDED THROUGH THIS PROGRAM? Yes. Projects must be completed within two years of grant award. Extensions may be approved based upon project circumstances. ARE THERE REPORTING REQUIREMENTS FOR PROJECTS FUNDED THROUGH THIS GRANT PROGRAM? Yes. Projects must provide regular reports to program staff through the life of the project. In addition, applicants must inform program staff and the King County Council of major milestones achieved during the project, such as groundbreaking and project dedication events. GRANT PROGRAM FAQ: AQUATIC FACILITIES 2021 PARKS LEVY GRANTS: THE AQUATIC FACILITIES GRANT PROGRAM 2021 GRANT PROGRAM SUMMARY: AQuATic FACILITIES T King County PARKS Your Big Backyard m drw BACKGROUND In 2019, as part of the King County Parks and Recreation levy, voters approved funding to create four (4) unique grant opportunities: • Parks Capital Projects and Open Space Program • Targeted Equity Program • Aquatic Facilities Program Open Space and River Corridors Program The Aquatic Facilities Grant Program is intended to preserve and increase public access to aquatic facilities across King County. For more than 50 years King County communities have built public pools and aquatic centers to improve access public recreation, competition and critical water safety skills (drowning prevention). This grant program is intended to assist communities across all of King County as our region grows and existing facilities become obsolete or reach capacity. The Aquatic Facilities grant program will provide funding opportunities for activities related to the renovation or expansion of existing facilities, or construction of new aquatic facilities in King County. GRANT PROGRAM SUMMARY. AQUATIC FACILITIES APPLICATION PROCESS On Wednesday, September 15 at Noon, our website will be updated to include a link to our online grant portal where applicants will find the application. Staff will be available to provide technical assistance during the application process. Applicants will have until Friday, October 15, 2021 at 5:00 p.m. to complete and submit an application. The grant portal closes at that time and late applications will not be accepted. GRANT APPLICATION SCHEDULE Grant Application Available / RFP Open September 15, 2021 at Noon Application Due October'15, 2021 at 5:00 p.m. Advisory Committee Evaluations and Recommendations November, 2021 King County Executive Transmits Recommendations to Council December, 2021* King County Council Approves Final Grant Awards February, 2022* King County Parks Coordinates Grant Agreements 01, 2022* * Subject to change WHO CAN APPLY? • King County Cities and Towns • Metropolitan Park Districts located in King County • School Districts located in King County • Other public entities that own public aquatic facilities AVAILABLE FUNDING Funding is subject to change until grant awards are confirmed by King County Council action. The anticipated available funding for the current grant cycle is roughly $13 million. GRANT RANGES • Projects are capped at $5,000,000 or 25% of project cost, whichever is smaller • Planning or feasibility studies are capped at $100,000 SL� vFL ,AFc a.QJ,I'-'T[C FACILt71ES MATCH REQUIREMENTS • Grants up to $100,000 require no match • Grants from $100,001-$2,000,000 must provide 50% of a project's total cost • Grants from $2,000,001 - $5,000,000 can provide no more than 25% of a projects total cost GRANT EVALUATIONS The match may include: • Appropriations or cash • Volunteer labor: $20 p/h • Donations of land • Donation of professional services, equipment, and materials: Market rate • Federal, state, local, and private grants Projects will be reviewed and evaluated based on criteria established by the Advisory Committee which support County goals and include the following themes: Equity and Community Impact (0-14 points) Project Plan (0-15 points) Budget and Resources (0-12 points) Demonstrated need Results in increased recreation and new or expanded programming opportunities Preserves, protects, or enhances the structural integrity of an existing facility Project readiness The project has been identified in an adopted plan Budget is adequate, secure, and reasonable Match requirements met or exceeded Partnership exists to aid in completion of project and/ or supports programming and use of the facility by the community • Demonstrated partnership that facilitates community participation and engagement • Project is located in a low - moderate income census tract Access to facility by priority populations • Quality design • How facility is maintained over time Funding plan in place to complete project and maintain investment going forward GRANT PROGRAM SUMMARY: AQUATIC FACILITIES 2021 ADVISORY COMMITTEE AND EVALUATION PROCESS The Advisory Committee, whose membership is directed by Council Ordinance 19166, represents a variety of stakeholders, interests, and perspectives related to managing parks, trails, and aquatic facilities. The composition of the Committee includes representatives from: • Cities and towns • Park districts • Non -Profit recreation providers School districts The Advisory Committee, which serves both Parks Capital and Open Space, and Aquatic Facilities grant programs, provides recommendations on program development, and will review and prioritize projects. ELIGIBLE PROJECTS These are examples of items that may be covered through grant funding but are not an all-inclusive list. All grant applicants for this program must ensure that public access is provided. INELIGIBLE PROJECTS These are examples of items that are not covered through grant funding but are not an all-inclusive list. Upon completing their evaluations based on evaluation criteria, the Committee shall recommend to the King County Executive a list of applications for grant funding which scored well and best met the goals of the program. The Advisory Committee may recommend partial funding for an applicant. Committee members may not evaluate and score applications submitted by their respective agency. The Executive will transmit to the King County Council a list of applications recommended for funding, and applicants will be notified of their application status at this time. Once the Council votes on a final list of recommended awards, King County Parks will coordinate with grantees to establish a grant agreement to proceed with their project. Construction of a new facility • Renovation or expansion of an existing facility including key infrastructure or facility components • Planning and design or feasibility studies related to development of an aquatic facility • Land acquisition • Wading pools • Spray parks (funded under the Parks Capital and Open Space program) • Public swim beaches Non -aquatic related infrastructure located within a multi -use community center • Routine operation and maintenance costs. GRANT PROGRAM SUMMARY: AQUATIC FACILITIES 2021 If an applicant receives a grant, King County Parks staff will work with grantee to establish a grant agreement which clarifies and refines a scope of work, and budget. Funds are released on a reimbursable basis when project milestones identified in the grant agreement are reached. Grantees have two years to fulfill the scope of work, but extensions may be granted depending on the circumstances. Grantees will be expected to provide regular reports to program staff through the life of the project including informing program staff and the King County Council of major milestones achieved during the project, such as groundbreaking and project dedication events. CONTACT INFORMATION Butch Lovelace, Program Manager, 206.477.4577, butch.lovelace@kingcounty.gov GRANT PROGRAM SUMMARY; AQUATIC FACILITIES 2021 COUNCIL MEETING DATE: October 5, 2021 ITEM #: 51 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL SUBJECT: PROPOSAL ACCEPTANCE— STEEL LAKE SHOP VIDEO SECURITY ENHANCEMENTS Policy Question: Should the City Council accept the proposal from Security Solutions Northwest, Inc. for the Steel Lake Shop Video Security Enhancements and execute a Public Works Contract? COMMITTEE: FEDRAC MEETING DATE: September 28, 2021 CATEGORY: ® Consent ❑ Ordinance ❑ Public Hearing ❑ City Council Business ❑ Resolution ❑ Other STAFF REPORT BY: Jason Gerwen, Parks Deputy Director DEPT: Parks Attachments: 1. Staff Report 2. Security Solutions Northwest, Inc Proposal 3. Small Public Works Contract Options Considered: 1. Accept the proposal from Security Solutions Northwest, Inc. for the Steel Lake Shop Video Security Enhancements and execute a Public Works contract. 2. Do not accept the proposal and provide direction to staff. MAYOR'S MAYOR APPROVAL: . Option 1. ,PIRECTOR APPROVAL: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: "I move to forward acceptance of the proposal and approval to execute a Public Works contract for Steel Lake Slw), Video Securiir Enhancement> to the October 5, 2021, council consent agenda. Cl t=G 2_ 550t3q .b`i �J Mcwrrk in-1-1c" 4 7A t11 Committee Chair Committee Member Committee Member PROPOSED COUNCIL MOTION: "1 move to accept the proposal front Security Solutions Northwest, Inc. and execute a Public Works contract for Steel Lake Shop Video Security Enhancements as presented. " (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: ❑ APPROVED COUNCIL BILL # ❑ DENIED First reading ❑ TABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION Enactment reading ❑ MOVED TO SECOND READING (ordinances only) ORDINANCE # REVISED — 11/2019 RESOLUTION # CITY OF FEDERAL WAY MEMORANDUM DATE: September 10, 2021 TO: City Council Members VIA: Jim Ferrell, Mayor FROM: Jason H. Gerwen, Parks Deputy Director SUBJECT: Proposal Acceptance - Steel Lake Shop Video Security Enhancements Financial Impacts: The cost to the City for Steel Lake Shop Video Security Enhancements will be $55,939.64 and was included within the approved budget under the Parks Department, 001-7100-331- 576-80-480. In accordance with the approved budget, this item is funded by the General Fund. Upon completion of the Steel Lake Shop Video Security Enhancements, future costs will be $995.00 per month. The costs will cover Video Guard Service, Monitoring fees, operations, and maintenance and will be part of a separate Goods and Services Agreement. Background Information: In July of this year (2021), the Parks Department requested approval to solicit proposals for Steel Lake Shop Video Security Enhancements. At the closing of this solicitation, Parks received one proposal from Security Solutions Northwest, Inc. After review of the proposal documents, Parks is requesting acceptance of the proposal as presented and authorization to move forward with the contract. Rev. 7/ 18 C U R I TY S 0 L U T 1 0 N S BELLINGHAM LOCK & SAFE SEPTEMBER 2, 2021 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY STEEL LAKE SHOP VIDEO SECURITY ENHANCEMENTS Submitted by: Security Solutions NW Tobey Vos 360.815.2789 tobeyv@ssnw.co 1619 N State St. Bellingham WA, 98225 360.734.4940 360.647.9540 www.ssnw.co �- 11Z0-7rURITN- S 0 L U T 1 0 N S BELLINGHAM LOCK & SAFE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY STEEL LAKE SHOP VIDEO SECURITY ENHANCEMENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS: 1. COVER LETTER 2. PROPOSAL SUMMARY & OVERVIEW 3. KEY PERSONNEL 4. SUBCONTRACTORS 5. REFERENCES 6. LICENSE INFORMATION 7. REFERENCES 8. PROPOSED SCHEDULE 9. BID FORM (APPENDEX C) 10. MISC DATA SHEETS ON AUXILLARY SERVICES AND EQUIPMENT 1619 N State St. Bellingham WA, 98225 t 360.734.4940 f 360.647.9540 www.ssnw.co C)SECURIT-- S 0 L U T I 0 N S BELLINGHAM LOCK & SAFE September 2, 2021 City of Federal Way 31130 28' Ave. S Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 Attention: Sherri Nelson Please find the enclosed proposal and information in response to the `Steel Lake Shop Video Security Enhancements'. I would like to thank you for your consideration in selecting Security Solutions NW (SSNW) for this project. As you may or may not know we have been a long-time integrator in this space and provide many services, several that are above and beyond the items required in this RFP. For those at the city that may now know our company, SSNW is a local family owned and operated company located in Bellingham WA. We have been in business since 1904. We are a service and relationship focused company. We have approximately 75 employees with two locations; Bellingham and Bothell WA. • Electronic Security Division; Provides Design, Installation, Service, and Monitoring for: - Burglar Alarm Systems - Intercom Systems - Video Surveillance Systems - Card Access Control Systems - Panic and Door Lockdown Systems - Fire Alarm Systems ■ Life Safety Testing and Maintenance Division - Fire Alarm Confidence Testing - Fire Sprinkler Maintenance and Testing - Water Backflow Preventer Testing and Maintenance - Fire Extinguisher Sales, On -site service, testing, and maintenance. 1619 N State St. Bellingham WA, 98225 t 360.734.4940 f 360.647.9540 www.ssnw.co QSECURITY S O L U T I O N S BELLINGHAM LOCK & SAFE I have reviewed the RFQ for this project and I believe that SSNW would be a great fit for this project. SSNW has been involved in many similar projects and I believe we will bring good value and expertise to this project. We meet and/or exceed each requirement of the RFP for both the equipment provision and installation as well as the ongoing monitoring services. We have done many similar systems and have specific in depth experience with these systems. Finally, I want to emphasize that we greatly value customer service and strong working relationships. It is the one of the most important things to us as a company and in part how we define success, which we believe is responsible for propelling SSNW to continue to grow and thrive after 116 years in business. This means SSNW looks forward not just to the implementation and deployment of the systems but servicing them for years to come. Thank you again for your consideration and please feel free to call or email should you have any additional questions or concerns with the enclosed proposal. Sincerely, Tobey Vos Co -Owner / Senior Systems Consultant Security Solutions NW 1619 N State St. Bellingham WA, 98225 t 360.734.4940 360.647.9540 www.ssnw.co (:)SECURIT) S 0 L U T I 0 N S BELLINGHAM LOCK & SAFE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY STEEL LAKE SHOP VIDEO SECURITY ENHANCEMENTS PROPOSAL SUMMARY & OVERVIEW: General Scope of Work: Provide and install a complete turn -key security system including the below listed elements. This proposal provided in accordance with the city's RFP requests. The referenced document is the Steel Lake Shop Video Security Enhancement RFP document. This proposal includes all cameras, mounts, power supplies, enclosure, cabling, wireless equipment, switches, speakers, and installation thereof. We have included the necessary programming labor and coordination to integrate the system to the monitoring center. Please note that per the RFI on 9/1/2021, we have excluded all 120VAC power elements. Our proposal also includes end user training which will consist of 4 hours of end user training. Video System Overview: The new video system will consist of Avigilon cameras, power supplies, mounting equipment, software licenses, and wireless equipment. This equipment will be integrated into the City of Federal Way's existing Avigilon server array. The cameras will record and operate like any other Avigilon camera on the city's system. Video Guard Service Overview: For our'Video Guard' monitoring service we offer a few options which can be done one way or the other OR can be blended. For this RFP we are providing an 'intelligent alert' event package. But below outlines the options should other elements be desired in the future. 1. Manual Patrols. This is when we have our agents manually view each camera on a set schedule (1 time per hour, during X hours). They look for whatever specified activity and take the action we have specied based on the activity. 2. Intelligent Alerts (included). For this we utilize the analytic technology built into the Avigilon cameras. We program the cameras to detect certain specified criteria, during specific schedules (people loitering). If the cameras detect these events, they immediately uplink to the monitoring center who will see live video and follow a custom pre -defined script as to the course of action. They can voice -down (optional), call police, call your personnel, or all the above. After each event, they wrap the 1619 N State St. Bellingham WA, 98225 t 360.734.4940 f 360.647.9540 www.ssnw.co 0, SECURIT' S O L U T I O N S BELLINGHAM LOCK & SAFE information and still shots of the event into a PDF Report that is emailed out to you the following business day. All video clips of the events are stored at Viewpoint for 365 days for later review. The Intelligent Video Guard package is a monthly service that is priced based on events. We would recommend a 100 event package per month. Each event is activity that requires the video monitoring center to access the video. With any digital system, they are not perfect and there will be occasional environmental trips, however with the intelligence and technology of the cameras, and proper programing, you should sit comfortably within this allowance. Each additional event overage is $8.00. You will be assigned a dedicated 800 number. When you call the monitoring center, they will answer the phone custom to your site and will have the information on your account ready based on the number that was called in on. 1619 N State St. Bellingham WA, 98225 t 360.734.4940 f 360.647.9540 www.ssnw.co AAWSECURITY S 0 L U T 1 0 N S BELLINGHAM LOCK & SAFE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY STEEL LAKE SHOP VIDEO SECURITY ENHANCEMENTS KEY PERSONNEL: 1. Ben Schloesser Lead Technician Low Volt Journeyman Electrician Avigilon Certified Installer 2. Chris Johnson Programmer Avigilon Certified Installer 1619 N State St. Bellingham WA, 98225 360.734.4940 f 360.647.9540 www.ssnw.co hFCURITY S 0 L U T 1 0 N S BELLINGHAM LOCK & SAFE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY STEEL LAKE SHOP VIDEO SECURITY ENHANCEMENTS 1. No subcontractors will be utilized for this installation. 1619 N State St. Bellingham WA, 98225 t 360.734.4940 f 360.647.9540 www.ssnw.co C FrURIT S 0 L U T 1 0 N S BELLINGHAM LOCK & SAFE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY STEEL LAKE SHOP VIDEO SECURITY ENHANCEMENTS REFERENCES: 1. CITY OF BELLINGHAM Project: Both downtown parking garages as well as the federal building are being monitored by our video guard system and services via a similar Avigilon system. Steve Haugen (360) 788-7811 shaugen@cob.org 2. BARKLEY VILLAGE Project: Barkley Village is a 250 acre mixed business district with grocers, theatre, restaurants, apartments, office buildings, medical facilities, etc. Barkley village utilizes our Avigilon system and video guard monitoring to protect their properties. John Moullen Vice President of Operations and Construction (360)815-0800 john@talbotgroup.com 3. DAVIS CONTRUCTORS Project: Davis is a large contractor in Alaska. They have a large yard that is protected by our Avigilon video system and video monitoring. Rob Kaneta IT Director (907)563-0105 robk@davisconstructors.com 1619 N State St. Bellingham WA, 98225 t 360.734.4940 360.647.9540 www.ssnw.co 6SECURF S O L U T I O N S BELLINGHAM LOCK & SAFE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY STEEL LAKE SHOP VIDEO SECURITY ENHANCEMENTS LICENSES: 1. WA STATE ELECTRICAL LICENSE NO.: SECURSN954JG 2. WA STATE BUSINESS LICENSE: BELLILS995PK 3. WA STATE UBI: 600-528-172 4. FEDERAL TAX ID: 91-1122841 1619 N State St. Bellingham WA, 98225 t 360.734.4940 f 360.647.9540 www.ssnw.co City of Federal Way _ Steel Lake Shop Video — Phase 1 - PreCon Notice to Proceed Site Walk by SSNW Equipment Order by SSNW Coordination with City IT Team — Phase 2 - Installation Equipment Programming SSNW Installation — Phase 3-Job Wrep-Up Customer Training SSNW IT Support Job Close-out Notice to Proceed Site Walk by SSNW Equipment Order by SSNW Equipment Programming Phase 2 - Installation SSNW Installation Customer Training smartsheet Phase 3 - Job Wrap -Up SSNW IT Support Job Close-oul Exported on August 31, 2021 9:03:48 AM PDT Pagel of 22 Item Spec. No. Div. 1 Parks 2 Parks 3 Parks APPENDIX C Costs SCHEDULE A: STEEL LAKE SHOP VIDEO SECURITY ENHANCEMENTS All unit prices shall NOT include applicable sales tax. Sales tax should be applied to the subtotal for this schedule. Proposal Item Description Unit Price SYSTEM PROPOSAL $50,835 00 Amount $50,835 00 SUBTOTAL — SCHEDULE A $ $50,835.00 SALES TAX (10.1 %) $ $5,134 34 TOTAL — SCHEDULE A (including Washington State sales tax, all other government taxes, assessments and charges) $ $55,969 34 SCHEDULE B: STEEL LAKE SHOP VIDEO SECURITY ENHANCEMENTS — RECURRING CHARGES All unit prices shall NOT include applicable sales tax. Sales tax should be applied to the subtotal for this schedule. Item No. Spec. Proposal Item Description Unit Price Amount Div. 1 Parks 2 Parks 3 Parks 200 EVENT PLAN (MONTHLY PLAN) $995 00 1 $995 00 SUBTOTAL — SCHEDULE B $ $995 00 SALES TAX (10.1%) $ No Tax Monitoring TOTAL — SCHEDULE B $ $995 00 Per Month (including Washington State sales tax, all other government taxes, assessments and charges) - 18- Rev. 10/19 SSNW: THE LEADING VIDEO MONITORING SOLUTION Property and facility managers are faced with a number of security challenges such as theft, vandalism, loi- tering, and fraudulent lawsuits, just to name a few. These are the types of problems that can lead to un- happy tenants and employees and higher overall costs for you. We can help. Security Solutions NW provides next generation video monitoring systems and services that combine the power of video and voice, a state-of-the-art operations center, and a unique service model. With SSNW, you'll have many benefits including safer facilities, lower security and operating costs, and happier tenants. THE SSNW DIFFERENCE 1. PROPRIETARY VOICE -ENABLED CAMERA TECHNOLOGY THAT ALLOWS US TO SPEAK CLEARLY FROM EVERY CAMERA LOCATION • Provides for a real physical presence and reinforces that cameras are active • Allows us to prevent problems before they occur ® Can work with your existing CCTV equipment 2. STATE-OF-THE-ART OPERATIONS CENTER 15 24/7/365 manned coverage • Highly controlled environment built to efficiently handle high volumes • Cutting -edge communications technology 3. UNIQUE SERVICE MODEL Teams of highly trained, professional, and well- spoken monitoring specialists able to handle a wide range of situations • A customer service approach aimed at diffusing, not escalating, situations Sophisticated software that allows our specialists to handle every interaction based on your specific requirements and instructions SECURITY SERVICES 24-hour security monitoring, video verification, and response Crisis intervention • Post -incident video retrieval and review • Proactive, regularly scheduled site tours • Burglary, motion, and alarm response with video verification On -call visual chaperoning for employees or customers • Panic button and campus blue light integration • Video verified access control LIABILITY DEFENSE • Video retrieval and analysis to dispute false claims • "Voicedown" announcements create awareness and discourage fraud NUISANCE CONTROL AND POLICY ENFORCEMENT • 24-hour responsiveness • Visual verification and "voicedowns" triggered by complaints • Post -event video retrieval and offender identification MANAGEMENT SERVICES • 24/7/365 virtual management office • Specialists answer calls promptly, verify any issues via video, and take appropriate actions immediately ■ Delivery, services, traffic, and behavior monitoring DETAILED REPORTING • All incidents and interactions are detailed and logged including system perform- ance, call logs, alarm responses, suspicious activity logs, and positive suspect/ offender identification reports • All reports can be provided on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis SSNW Crisis Specialists can broadcast campus or facility -wide with real time video information for security, safety, or environmental emergency management. Contact us today to discuss how we can put our services to work for you. VideoGuard A 10E-11 IIQ01 — How it works A situation is anything that causes an Intervention Specialist to look in on the system. They can be generated by any number of different triggers and be either false or positive depending on the situation. Some examples of a situation would include the following. Analytic trigger from the camera — Analytics are a set of rules designed to catch unauthorized activity but can be triggered from environmental elements like spiders, moths and unusual tree or light movement. Tour— When our Specialists are asked to look in to a camera at a certain time to determine if the activity that is normal or abnormal. Request — When someone uses the site -specific phone number to alert us to a situation. Hard triggers — This can be any sensor. Most common would be an alarm system but this can include anything. If the situation is determined to be false then the operator just closes the case and logs it however it does not generate a report. 4 INTERVENTION An Intervention is the backbone of the Videoguard system. An intervention happens when our Intervention Specialists determines there is a situation that requires a voice -down. A supervisor is now watching to ensure the Specialist can stay focused on the situation. A few different things can happen at this point. 90% of the time the voice -down resolves the incident and the specialist then just does a quick video tour of the property and closes the case. In the rare times the voice -down does not resolve the situation we then move to the owner determined course of action which looks like the list below. We call the contact list on file and ask for further instructions like authorizing the activity or instructing us to dispatch. The contacts could not be reached so we dispatch — Either guard or police. The situation is CLEARLY criminal activity and requires an immediate police dispatch. Once the guard or police have resolved this issue the specialist will do a quick video tour to clear the site and then closes the case. REPORT A detailed report is generated by the specialist and sent the next business day. If there was police involvement the case number will be on the report. YI ea..I sw N ' • ��c�d.�t F.pnn r r� OSECURITY S 0 L U T 1 0 N S SMALL PUBLIC WORKS CONTRACT FOR STEEL LAKE SHOP VIDEO SECURITY ENHANCEMENTS This small public works contract ("Contract") is dated effective this day of 20 and is made by and between the City of Federal Way, a Washington municipal corporation ("City" or "Owner"), and Security Solutions Northwest, Inc., a State of Washington Corporation ("Contractor"). A. The City desires to retain an independent contractor to furnish all labor and materials necessary to perform work at 31130 28th Ave. S., Federal Way, Washington ("Property"); and B. The Contractor has the requisite skill and necessary experience to perform such work. NOW, THEREFORE, the Parties ("Parties") agree to the following terms and conditions: 1. SERVICES BY CONTRACTOR 1.1 Description of Work. Contractor shall perform all work and furnish all tools, materials, supplies, equipment, labor and other items incidental thereto necessary for the construction and completion of the work, more particularly described as the Steel Lake Shop Video Security Enhancements project, in Exhibit "A" attached hereto and incorporated by this reference, ("Work"), and in accordance with and as described in the Contract Documents, which include without limitation, this Contract, Contract Change Order Agreement attached as Exhibit "B," Contractor's Retainage Agreement attached as Exhibit "C," Contractor's Retainage Bond attached as Exhibit "D," Notice to Labor Unions attached as Exhibit "E," Certificate(s) of Insurance Form attached hereto as Exhibit "F," Performance/Payment Bond attached hereto as Exhibit "G," Prevailing Wage Rates attached as Exhibit "H," Title VI Assurances attached hereto as Exhibit "I," and all other Appendices attached hereto and incorporated by this reference, (collectively the "Contract Documents"), which Work shall be completed to the City's satisfaction, within the time period prescribed by the City and pursuant to the direction of the Mayor or his or her designee. 1.2 Completion Date. The Work shall be commenced within five (5) days of receipt by the Contractor of the City's Notice to Proceed. The Work shall be completed on or before the 31st day of December, 2022. In the event the Work is not completed within the time specified, Contractor agrees to pay to the City liquidated damages in the amount set forth in the formula included in Section 1.3 of this Contract. The Work shall not be deemed completed until the City has accepted the Work. 1.3 Liquidated Damages. Time is of the essence of the Contract. Delays inconvenience the traveling public, obstruct traffic, interfere with and delay commerce, and Rev 1 /20 - 1 -- increase risk to Highway users. Delays also cost tax payers undue sums of money, adding time needed for administration, engineering, inspection, and supervision. Accordingly, the Contractor agrees: 1. To pay liquidated damages in the amount of $200.00 for each working day beyond the number of working days established for Physical Completion, and 2. To authorize the Engineer to deduct these liquidated damages from any money due or coming due to the Contractor. When the Contract Work has progressed to the extent that the Contracting Agency has full use and benefit of the facilities, both from the operational and safety standpoint, all the initial plantings are completed and only minor incidental Work, replacement of temporary substitute facilities, plant establishment periods, or correction or repair remains to physically complete the total Contract, the Engineer may determine the Contract Work is substantially complete. The Engineer will notify the Contractor in writing of the Substantial Completion Date. For overruns in Contract time occurring after the date so established, liquidated damages shown above will not apply. For overruns in Contract time occurring after the Substantial Completion Date, liquidated damages shall be assessed on the basis of direct engineering and related costs assignable to the project until the actual Physical Completion Date of all the Contract Work. The Contractor shall complete the remaining Work as promptly as possible. Upon request by the Engineer, the Contractor shall furnish a written schedule for completing the physical Work on the Contract. Liquidated damages will not be assessed for any days for which an extension of time is granted. No deduction or payment of liquidated damages will, in any degree, release the Contractor from further obligations and liabilities to complete the entire Contract. 1.4 Performance Standard. Contractor shall perform the Work in a manner consistent with accepted practices for other properly licensed contractors, performed to the City's satisfaction, within the time period prescribed by the City. 1.5 Compliance with Laws. Contractor shall perform the Work in accordance with all applicable federal, state and City laws, including but not limited to all City ordinances, resolutions, standards or policies, as now existing or hereafter adopted or amended, and obtain all necessary permits and pay all permit, inspection or other fees, at its sole cost and expense. 1.6 Change Orders. The City may, at any time, without notice to sureties, order changes within the scope of the Work. Contractor agrees to fully perform any such alterations or additions to the Work. All such change orders shall be in the form of the Contract Change Order Agreement attached hereto as Exhibit "B," which shall be signed by both the Contractor and the City, shall specifically state the change of the Work, the completion date for such changed Work, and any increase or decrease in the compensation to be paid to Contractor as a result of such change in the Work. Oral change orders shall not be binding upon the City unless confirmed in writing by the City. If any change hereunder causes an increase or decrease in the Contractor's Rev 1/20 - 2 - cost of, or time required for, the performance or any part of the Work under this Contract, an equitable adjustment will be made and the Contract modified in writing accordingly. If the Contractor intends to assert a claim for an equitable adjustment hereunder, it shall, within five (5) days after receipt of a written change order from the City or after giving the City the written notice required above, as the case may be, submit to the City a written statement setting forth the general nature and monetary extent of such claim; provided the City, in its sole discretion, may extend such five (5) day submittal period upon request by the Contractor. The Contractor shall supply such supporting documents and analysis for the claims as the City may require to determine if the claims and costs have merit. No claim will be allowed for any costs incurred more than five (5) days before the Contractor gives written notice as required. No claim by the Contractor for an equitable adjustment hereunder will be allowed if asserted after final payment under this Contract. 1.7 Work and Materials Omitted. The Contractor shall, when directed in writing by the City, omit work, services and materials to be furnished under the Contract and the value of the omitted work and materials will be deducted from the Total Compensation and the delivery schedule will be reviewed if appropriate. The value of the omitted work, services and materials will be a lump sum or unit price, as mutually agreed upon in writing by the Contractor and the City. If the parties cannot agree on an appropriate deduction, the City reserves the right to issue a unilateral change order adjusting the price and the delivery schedule. 1.8 Utility Location. Contractor is responsible for locating any underground utilities affected by the Work and is deemed to be an excavator for purposes of Chapter 19.122 RCW, as amended. Contractor shall be responsible for compliance with Chapter 19.122 RCW, including utilization of the "one call" locator system before commencing any excavation activities. 1.9 Air Environment. Contractor shall fully cover any and all loads of loose construction materials including without limitation, sand, dirt, gravel, asphalt, excavated materials, construction debris, etc., to protect said materials from air exposure and to minimize emission of airborne particles to the ambient air environment within the City of Federal Way. 2. TERM This Contract shall commence on the effective date of this Contract and continue until the completion of the Work, which shall be no later than the 31 st day of December, 2022, and the expiration of all warranties contained in the Contract Documents ("Term"). 3. WARRANTY 3.1 Requisite Skill. The Contractor warrants that it has the requisite skill to complete the Work, and is appropriately accredited and licensed by all applicable agencies and governmental entities, including but not limited to being registered to do business in the City of Federal Way by obtaining a City of Federal Way business registration. Contractor represents that it has visited the site and is familiar with all of the plans and specifications in connection with the completion of the Work. Rev 1/20 - 3 -- 3.2 Defective Work. The Contractor shall, at its sole cost and expense, correct all Work which the City deems to have defects in workmanship and material discovered within one (1) year after the City's final acceptance of the Work. 4. COMPENSATION 4.1 Total Compensation. In consideration of the Contractor performing the Work, the City agrees to pay the Contractor a fixed fee equal to Fifty Thousand Eight Hundred Thirty -Five and 00/100 Dollars ($50,835.00), and Washington State sales tax equal to Five Thousand One Hundred Thirty -Four and 34/100 Dollars ($5,134.34), for a total amount not to exceed Fifty -Five Thousand Nine Hundred Sixty -Nine and 34/100 Dollars ($55.969.34), which amount shall constitute full and complete payment by the City. 4.2 Contractor Responsible for Taxes. Except as otherwise provided in Section 4.1 hereof, the Contractor shall be solely responsible for the payment of any taxes imposed by any lawful jurisdiction as a result of the performance and payment of this Contract. 4.3 NonpUmen_t. The City shall have the right to withhold payment to the Contractor for any of the Work not completed in a satisfactory manner, in the City's sole discretion, which shall be withheld until such time as Contractor modifies or repairs the Work so that the Work is acceptable to the City. 4.4 Method of Pa ment. Payment by the City for the Work will only be made after the Work has been completed, a voucher or invoice is submitted in the form specified by the City, and such invoice is approved by the appropriate City representative. Payment shall be made within thirty (30) days of receipt of such invoice or voucher unless otherwise set forth in the Bid Form. The Contractor's acceptance of such payment for the Work shall constitute full compensation for the performance of the Work. Invoices shall be submitted, in duplicate to: City of Federal Way ATTN: Accounts Payable 33325 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 Duplicate invoices shall be furnished to: City of Federal Way ATTN: Jason Gerwen Parks Department 33325 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 4.5 Retainaze. Pursuant to Chapter 60.28 RCW, five percent (5%) of the Total Compensation shall be retained by the City to assure payment of Contractor's state taxes as well as payment of subcontractors, suppliers and laborers. Upon execution of this Contract, Rev 1 /20 - 4 - Contractor shall complete, execute and deliver to the City the Contractor's Retainage Option attached hereto as Exhibit "C" or execute the Retainage Bond attached hereto as Exhibit "D." No payments shall be made by the City from the retained percentage fund ("Fund") nor shall the City release any retained percentage escrow account to any person, until the City has received from the Department of Revenue a certificate that all taxes, increases, and penalties due from the Contractor and all taxes due and to become due with respect to the Contract have been paid in full or that they are, in the Department's opinion, readily collectible without recourse to the State's lien on the retained percentage. Upon non-payment by the general contractor, any supplier or subcontractor may file a lien against the retainage funds, pursuant to Chapter 60.28 RCW. Subcontractors or suppliers are required to give notice of any lien within forty-five (45) days of the completion of the Work and in the manner provided in RCW 39.08.030. Within sixty (60) days after completion of all Work on this Contract, the City shall release and pay in full the money held in the Fund, unless the City becomes aware of outstanding claims made against this Fund. 5. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER In all Contractor services, programs or activities, and all Contractor hiring and employment made possible by or resulting from this Contract, there shall be no discrimination by Contractor or by Contractor's employees, agents, subcontractors or representatives against any person because of sex, age (except minimum age and retirement provisions), race, color, creed, national origin, marital status or the presence of any disability, including sensory, mental or physical handicaps, unless based upon a bona fide occupational qualification in relationship to hiring and employment. This requirement shall apply, but not be limited to the following: employment, advertising, layoff or termination, rates of pay or other forms of compensation, and selection for training, including apprenticeship. Contractor shall comply with and shall not violate any of the terms of Chapter 49.60 RCW, Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Americans With Disabilities Act, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, 49 CFR Part 21, 21.5 and 26, or any other applicable federal, state, or local law or regulation regarding non- discrimination. Contractor shall post a notice to Labor Unions or other employment organizations, attached hereto as Exhibit "E," as required by Section 202 of Executive Order 11246. Any material violation of this provision shall be grounds for termination of this Contract by the City and, in the case of the Contractor's breach, may result in ineligibility for further City agreements. If this project involves federal funds including USDOT funds administered by WSDOT, the contractor agrees to the clauses contained in Exhibit I. 6. INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR/CONFLICT OF INTEREST 6.1 It is the intention and understanding of the Parties that the Contractor shall be an independent contractor and that the City shall be neither liable nor obligated to pay Contractor sick leave, vacation pay or any other benefit of employment, nor to pay any social security or other tax which may arise as an incident of employment. The Contractor shall pay all income and other taxes due. Industrial or any other insurance that is purchased for the benefit of the City, regardless of whether such may provide a secondary or incidental benefit to the Contractor, shall not be deemed to convert this Agreement to an employment contract. It is recognized that Contractor may or will be performing professional services during the Term for other parties; Rev 1 /20 - 5 - provided, however, that such performance of other services shall not conflict with or interfere with Contractor's ability to perform the Services. Contractor agrees to resolve any such conflicts of interest in favor of the City. 6.2 If the Contractor is a sole proprietorship or if this is a contract with an individual, the contractor agrees to notify the City and complete any required form if the Contractor retired under a State of Washington retirement system and agrees to indemnify any losses the City may sustain through the Contractor's failure to do so. 7. TERMINATION Prior to the expiration of the Term, this Contract may be terminated immediately, with or without cause by the City. 8. INDEMNIFICATION 8.1 Contractor Indemnification. The Contractor agrees to indemnify, defend and hold the City, its elected officials, officers, employees, agents, and volunteers harmless 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 Contract to the extent caused by the negligent acts, errors or omissions of the Contractor, its partners, shareholders, agents, employees, or by the Contractor's breach of this Contract. Contractor waives any immunity that may be granted to it under the Washington State Industrial Insurance Act, Title 51 RCW. Contractor's indemnification shall not be limited in any way by any limitation on the amount of damages, compensation or benefits payable to or by any third party under workers' compensation acts, disability benefit acts or any other benefits acts or programs. 8.2 Ci Indemnification. The City agrees to indemnify, defend and hold the Contractor, its officers, directors, shareholders, partners, employees, and agents harmless from any and all claims, demands, losses, actions and liabilities (including costs and 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 Contract to the extent solely caused by the negligent acts, errors, or omissions of the City, its employees or agents. 8.3 Survival. The provisions of this Section shall survive the expiration or termination of this Contract with respect to any event occurring prior to such expiration or termination. 9. INSURANCE 9.1 Minimum Limits. The Contractor agrees to carry as a minimum, the following insurance, in such forms and with such carriers who have a rating, which is satisfactory to the City: (1) Workers' compensation and employer's liability insurance in amounts sufficient Rev 1 /20 _ 6 - pursuant to the laws of the State of Washington; (2) 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 and property damage. (3) 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. (4) If any structures are involved in the Contract, the Contractor shall maintain an All Risk Builder's Risk 2 form at all times in an amount no less than the replacement value of the structure until final acceptance of the project by the City. 9.2 Endorsements. Each insurance policy shall contain, or be endorsed to contain, the following provisions: (1) The City, its officers, officials, employees, volunteers and agents shall each be named as additional insured. (2) Coverage may not be terminated or reduced in limits except after thirty (30) days prior written notice by certified mail, return receipt requested, to the City. (3) Coverage shall be primary and non-contributory insurance as respects the City, its officials, employees and volunteers. Any insurance or self-insurance maintained by the City, its officials, employees or volunteers shall be in excess of Contractor's insurance. (4) Coverage shall apply to each insured separately against whom claim is made or suit is brought. (5) Coverage shall be written on an "occurrence" form as opposed to a "claims made" or "claims paid" form. 9.3 Verification. Contractor shall furnish the City with certificates of insurance evidencing the coverage required by this Section, in compliance with the Certificate(s) of Insurance Form attached hereto as Exhibit "F," which certificate must be executed by a person authorized by the insurer to bind coverage on its behalf. The City reserves the right to require complete certified copies of all required insurance policies, at any time. 9.4 Subcontractors. Contractors shall include all subcontractors as additional insured under its policies or shall furnish separate certificates for each subcontractor. All coverage for subcontractors shall be subject to all of the requirements stated herein. 9.5 deductibles and Self Insured Retentions. Any deductibles or self -insured retentions must be disclosed by Contractor and approved in writing by the City. At the option of the City, Contractor shall either reduce or eliminate such deductibles or self -insured retentions or Rev 1/20 - 7 - procure a bond guaranteeing payment for any amounts not covered by the insurance by reason of such deductibles or self -insured retentions. 9.6 Asbestos Abatement or Hazardous Materials. If asbestos abatement or hazardous materials work is performed, Contractor shall review coverage with the City's Risk Manager and provide scope and limits of coverage that are appropriate for the scope of Work and are satisfactory to the City. Contractor shall not commence any Work until its coverage has been approved by the Risk Manager. 9.7 Termination. The Contractor's failure to provide the insurance coverage required by this Section shall be deemed to constitute non -acceptance of this Contract by the Contractor and the City may then award this Contract to the next lower bidder. The provisions of this Section shall survive the expiration or termination of this Contract with respect to any event occurring prior to such expiration or termination. 10. PERFORMANCE/PAYMENT BOND Pursuant to RCW 39.08.010, Contractor shall post a Performance/Payment Bond in favor of the City, in the form attached to this Contract as Exhibit "G" and incorporated by this reference, in a dollar amount satisfactory to the City; to guarantee Contractor's performance of the Work to the City's satisfaction; to insure Contractor's performance of all of the provisions of this Contract; and to guarantee Contractor's payment of all laborers, mechanics, subcontractors and material persons. Contractor's obligations under this Contract shall not be limited to the dollar amount of the bond. Alternatively, pursuant to RCW 39.08.010, at the option of Contractor, if the value of this Contract is less than One Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($150,000.00), the City may, in lieu of a bond, retain ten percent (10%) of the Contract amount for a period of thirty (30) days after the date of final acceptance, or until receipt of all necessary releases from the Department of Revenue and the Department of Labor and Industries and settlement of any liens filed under Chapter 60.28 RCW, whichever is later. 11. SAFETY Contractor shall take all necessary precautions for the safety of employees on the work site and shall comply with all applicable provisions of federal, state and municipal safety and health laws and codes, including without limitation, all OSHA/WISHA requirements, Safety and Health Standards for Construction Work (Chapter 296-155 WAC), General Safety and Health Standards (Chapter 296-24 WAC), and General Occupational Health Standards (Chapter 296-62 WAC). Contractor shall erect and properly maintain, at all times, all necessary guards, barricades, signals and other safeguards at all unsafe places at or near the Work for the protection of its employees and the public, safe passageways at all road crossings, crosswalks, street intersections, post danger signs warning against known or unusual hazards and do all other things necessary to prevent accident or loss of any kind. Contractor shall protect from damage all water, sewer, gas, steam or other pipes or conduits, and all hydrants and all other property that is Rev 1/20 - 8 - likely to become displaced or damaged by the execution of the Work. The Contractor shall, at its own expense, secure and maintain a safe storage place for its materials and equipment and is solely responsible for the same. 12. PREVAILING WAGES 12.1 Wages of Employees. This Contract is subject to the minimum wage requirements of Chapter 39.12 of the Revised Code of Washington, as now existing or hereafter amended or supplemented. In the payment of hourly wages and fringe benefits to be paid to any of Contractor's laborers, workpersons and/or mechanics, Contractor shall not pay less than the "prevailing rate of wage" for an hour's work in the same trade or occupation in the locality within the State of Washington where such labor is performed, as determined by the Industrial Statistician of the Department of Labor and Industries of the State of Washington, which "prevailing rates of wage" are attached hereto as Exhibit "H" and incorporated herein by this reference. Prevailing wages paid pursuant to this Agreement shall be the prevailing wage rates, which are in effect on the date when the bids, proposals, or quotes were required to be submitted to the City. 12.2 Exemptions to Prevailing Wage. The prevailing wage requirements of Chapter 39.12 RCW, and as required in this Contract do not apply to: (1) Sole owners and their spouses; (2) Any partner who owns at least 30% of a partnership; and (3) The President, Vice President and Treasurer of a corporation if each one owns at least 30% of the corporation. 12.3 Reporting Requirements. Contractor shall comply with all reporting requirements of the Department of Labor and Industries of the State of Washington. Upon the execution of this Contract, Contractor shall complete and file a Statement of Intent to Pay Prevailing Wages with the Department of Labor and Industries. Upon completion of the Work, Contractor shall complete and file an Affidavit of Wages Paid with the Department of Labor and Industries. Contractor shall deliver copies of both the Statement of Intent to Pay Prevailing Wages and the Affidavit of Wages Paid, certified by the Department of Labor and Industries, to the City. 12.4 Disputes. In the event any dispute arises as to what are the prevailing rates of wages for work of a similar nature and such dispute cannot be resolved by the City and the Contractor, the matter shall be referred for arbitration to the Director of the Department of Labor and Industries of the State of Washington and the decision therein shall be final and conclusive and binding on all parties involved in the dispute. 13. FAILURE TO PAY SUBCONTRACTORS In the event the Contractor shall fail to pay any subcontractors or laborers, or fail to pay for any materials or any insurance premiums, the City may terminate this Contract and/or the Rev 1/20 - 9 - City may withhold from the money which may be due the Contractor an amount necessary for the payment of such subcontractors, laborers, materials or insurance premiums. 14. OWNERSHIP OF DOCUMENTS All originals and copies of work product, including plans, sketches, layouts, designs, design specifications, records, files computer disks, magnetic media, all finished or unfinished documents or material which may be produced or modified by Contractor while performing the Work shall become the property of the City and shall be delivered to the City at its request. 15. CONFIDENTIALITY. Any records, reports, information, data or other documents or materials given to or prepared or assembled by the Contractor under this Contract will be kept as confidential and shall not be made available to any individual or organization by the Contractor without prior written approval of the City. 16. BOOKS AND RECORDS The Contractor agrees to maintain books, records, and documents which sufficiently and properly reflect all direct and indirect costs related to the performance of this Contract and such accounting procedures and practices as may be deemed necessary by the City to assure proper accounting of all funds paid pursuant to this Contract. These records shall be subject at all reasonable times to inspection, review or audit by the City, its authorized representative, the State Auditor, or other governmental officials authorized by law to monitor this Contract. 17. CLEAN UP At any time ordered by the City and immediately after completion of the Work, the Contractor, shall, at its own expense, clean up and remove all refuse and unused materials of any kind resulting from the Work. In the event the Contractor fails to perform the necessary clean up, the City may, but in no event is it obligated to, perform the necessary clean up and the costs thereof shall be immediately paid by the Contractor to the City and/or the City may deduct its costs from any remaining payments due to the Contractor. 18. CONTRACTOR AND SUBCONTRACTOR RESPONSIBILITY: 18.1 Contractor Verification. The Contractor verifies that it has a certificate of registration with the State of Washington; has a current state unified business identifier number; is not disqualified from bidding on any public works contract under RCW 39.06.010 or 39.12.065 (3); has industrial insurance as required by Title 51 RCW, if applicable; has an employment security department number as required in Title 50 RCW, if applicable; has a state excise tax registration number as required in Title 82 RCW, if applicable; possesses a valid electrical contractor license as required by chapter 19.28 RCW, if applicable; and possesses an elevator contractor license as required by chapter 70.87 RCW, if applicable. Rev 1/20 - 10 - 18.2 Subcontractor Contracts. The Contractor shall include the language of this section in each of its first tier subcontracts, and shall require each of its subcontractors to include the same language of this section in each of their subcontracts, adjusting only as necessary the terms used for the contracting parties. Upon request of the Owner, the Contractor shall promptly provide documentation to the Owner demonstrating that the subcontractor meets the subcontractor responsibility criteria below. The requirements of this section apply to all subcontractors regardless of tier. 18.3 Subcontractor Verification. At the time of subcontract execution, the Contractor shall verify that each of its first tier subcontractors meets the following bidder responsibility criteria: Have a current certificate of registration in compliance with chapter 18.27 RCW, which must have been in effect at the time of subcontract bid submittal; Have a current Washington Unified Business Identifier (UBI) number; Not be disqualified from bidding on any public works contract under RCW 39.06.010 or 39.12.065 (3); Have Industrial Insurance (workers' compensation) coverage for the subcontractor's employees working in Washington, as required in Title 51 RCW, if applicable; A Washington Employment Security Department number, as required in Title 50 RCW, if applicable; A Washington Department of Revenue state excise tax registration number, as required in Title 82 RCW, if applicable; An electrical contractor license, if required by Chapter 19.28 RCW, if applicable; An elevator contractor license, if required by Chapter 70.87 RCW. 19. GENERAL PROVISIONS 19.1 Entire Contract. The Contract Documents contain all of the agreements of the Parties with respect to any matter covered or mentioned in this Contract and no prior agreements or understandings pertaining to any such matters shall be effective for any purpose. 19.2 Modification. No provisions of this Contract, including this provision, may be amended or added to except by agreement in writing signed by the Parties or their respective successors in interest. 19.3 Full Force and Effect. Any provision of this Contract, which is declared invalid, void or illegal, shall in no way affect, impair, or invalidate any other provision hereof and such other provisions shall remain in full force and effect. 19.4 Assignment. The Contractor shall not 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. In the event the City consents to any such assignment or transfer, such consent shall in no way release the Contractor from any of its obligations or liabilities under this Contract. 19.5 Successors In Interest. Subject to the preceding Subsection, this Contract shall be binding upon and inure to the benefit of the Parties' successors in interest, heirs and assigns. 19.6 Attorney_ Fees. In the event the City or the Contractor defaults on the performance of any terms in this Contract, and the Contractor or City places the enforcement of the Contract or any part thereof, or the collection of any monies due, or to become due hereunder, or recovery of Rev 1 /20 -- 11 - possession of any belongings, in the hands of an attorney, or file suit upon the same, each Party shall pay all its own attorneys' fees, costs and expenses. The venue for any dispute related to this Contract shall be King County, Washington. 19.7 No Wainer. Failure of the City to declare any breach or default immediately upon occurrence thereof, or delay in taking any action in connection with, shall not waive such breach or default. Failure of the City to declare one breach or default does not act as a waiver of the City's right to declare another breach or default. 19.8 Governing Law. This Contract shall be made in and shall be governed by and interpreted in accordance with the laws of the State of Washington. 19.9 Authority. Each individual executing this Contract on behalf of the City and Contractor represents and warrants that such individuals are duly authorized to execute and deliver this Contract on behalf of the Contractor or City. 19.10 Notices. Any notices required to be given by the City to Contractor or by the Contractor to the City shall be delivered to the Parties at the addresses set forth below. 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. 19.11 Captions. The respective captions of the Sections of this Contract 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 Contract. 19.12 Performance. Time is of the essence of this Contract and each and all of its provisions in which performance is a factor. Adherence to completion dates is essential to the Contractor's performance of this Contract. 19.13 Compliance with Ethics Code. If a violation of the City's Ethics Resolution No. 91-54, as amended, occurs as a result of the formation and/or performance of this Contract, this Contract may be rendered null and void, at the City's option. 19.14 Conflicting Provisions. In the event of a conflict between the terms and provisions of any of the Contract Documents, the Mayor or his or her designee shall issue an interpretation of the controlling document, which interpretation shall be final and binding. Rev 1/20 - 12 - DATED the day and year set forth above. CITY OF FEDERAL WAY: Jim Ferrell, Mayor 33325 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 APPROVED AS TO FORM: ATTEST: J. Ryan Call, City Attorney Stephanie Courtney, CMC, City Clerk Rev 1 /20 - 13 - SECURITY SOLUTIONS NORTHWEST INC.: By: Its- (Address) (Phone) STATE OF WASHINGTON ) ss. COUNTY OF ] On this day personally appeared before me , to me known to be the of that executed the foregoing instrument, and acknowledged the said instrument to be the free and voluntary act and deed of said corporation, for the uses and purposes therein mentioned, and on oath stated that he/she was authorized to execute said instrument and that the seal affixed, if any, is the corporate seal of said corporation. GIVEN my hand and official seal this day of 120 (typed/printed name of notary) Notary Public in and for the State of Washington. My commission expires Rev 1/20 - 14 - EXHIBIT "A" SCOPE OF WORK 1. PART 1—GENERAL 1.1. PROJECT SUMMARY Provide video security enhancements for the following location: 1.1.1. Steel Lake Maintenance Shop. 1.2. OVERVIEW 1.2.1. Provide, install, program, and service all of the electronic systems as well as manage the ongoing services outlined in this RFP (Video Guard Monitoring) without the requirement of subcontractors except as follows: 1.2.1.1. The Video Monitoring may be subcontracted to a Video Monitoring Center but must be maintained, programmed, invoiced, and managed, and serviced by the Contractor. 1.2.2. This project includes the provision and installation of the following systems and equipment: 1.2.2.1. IP Video Surveillance Cameras 1.2.2.2. Head -End Network Video Recording Software 1.2.2.3. Integrated Speaker Alerting System 1.2.2.4. Video Guard Monitoring Services 1.2.2.5. Wireless and Switching Equipment 1.3. SCOPE OF WORK: 1.3.1. The Contractor will provide and install the following: 1.3.1.1. 11 each of Avigilon, ACC7-ENT with Single Enterprise Software License 1.3.1.2. 10 each of Avigilon 6.0-H5A-BOI-IR (6MP Bullet Camera with IR & Analytics) 1.3.1.3. 1 each of Avigilon 24C-H4A-3MH-270 (24MP Multi -sensor, 270*, with Analytics) 1.3.1.4. 1 each of Avigilon H4AMH-AD-IRIL 1 (IR illuminator for Multi -sensor) 1.3.1.5. 5 each of L-COM, NB141207-100 (Industrial NEMA Rated Enclosure) 1.3.1.6. 7 each of Axis C 1310-E (IP Speaker, Outdoor Rated) 1.3.1.7. All associated hardware, necessary back boxes, cabling, mounts, amplifiers, lenses, power supplies, software, and head -end equipment. 1.3.2. In addition, the Contractor will complete all required switches and/or POE injectors at each camera location for a complete turn -key IP video surveillance system at the Steel Lake Maintenance Shop. 1.3.3. Existing cameras and equipment will be removed and returned to the City. The system will be monitored by a video guard monitoring company as outlined. The system will be recorded from an offsite location with the server recording hardware provided by the City. 1.3.4. The Contractor will be responsible for providing all aspects of this contract including but not limited to the following: Rev 1/20 - 15 - 1.3.4.1. Provision and installation of Category 6 Cable. 1.3.4.2. Provision and installation of conduit raceways 1.3.4.3. Provision and installation of Misc. Low Volt Cable. 1.3.4.4. Provision and installation of 120V Outlets (as needed). 1.3.4.5. Provision, installation, and programming of Network Interface Equipment (Switches, Patch Panels, Etc.). 1.3.4.6. Provision, installation, and programming of NVR Software. 1.3.4.7. Provision, installation, and programming of IP Cameras. 1.3.4.8. Provision and installation of "voice down" Speaker System 1.3.5. The Video Guard System shall provide services to cover all aspects of this contract but not limited to the following: 1.3.5.1. Provision of a minimum of 200 analytic alarm events per month. 1.3.5.2. Provision of a minimum of one (1) video patrol for each camera every. hour between the time of 17:30-04:45, 365 days per year. 1.3.5.3. Provision of analytic capabilities in the camera software for detection of persons or vehicles, user defined alarms defined by sensitivity, time limits, and user defined "Regions of Interest". 1.3.5.4. The Analytic cameras shall be `Video Guard Ready' ensuring that all analytic camera programming, setup, configuration, testing, etc. shall be setup for each camera. 1.3.5.5. The Analytic cameras shall be configured to the video monitoring center and setup so the site is active. 1.3.6. The City of Federal Way will be responsible for providing: 1.3.6.1. Microsoft Windows -based server suitable to host the NVR software. 1.3.6.2. Fiber network connection from Steel Lake Maintenance Shop to central server. 1.4. PLAN REVIEW AND PERMITS The Contractor shall arrange for inspections and pay for all required licenses, permits, inspections, plan review fees, and any other fees. 1.5. QUALITY ASSURRANCE 1.5.1. Security systems shall be installed by, or under the direct supervision of, a qualified representative of the Contractor, per manufacturer's specifications. 1.5.2. Programming & testing shall be completed by an approved representative of the Contractor, per manufacturer's specifications. 1.5.3. Contractor Qualifications 1.5.3.1. The Contractor shall be a "specialist", who is regularly engaged in the type of work specified herein and is completely familiar with security systems and the required methods of installation. Contractor should be able to provide satisfactory evidence that their personnel have the technical ability, experience, tools, personnel, training and financial resources to successfully complete the work. 1.5.3.2. The Contractor shall provide factory -trained personnel for the trim, termination, programming, final focusing and warranty of the system. Rev 1 /20 - 16 - 1.6. DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HANDLING 1.6.1. Delivery and receipt of products shall be at the site described in the Scope Section by the Contractor. 1.7. RECORD DOCUMENTS 1.7.1. Submit "as -built" record drawings and operation and maintenance manuals at completion of the project in accordance with the specific submittal requirements listed elsewhere in these Specifications. 1.7.2. Provide as -built documentation consistent with the contract documents as required, in AutoCAD .dwg files with as -built notations for all sheets. (Project Manager will provide construction drawings AutoCAD 2020 (.dwg) files to contractor.) 1.7.3. Record documents shall include data port identification label, IP camera serial number, IP address, IP camera MAC address, Network Port information. 2. PART 2 — PRODUCTS AND SERVICES 2.1. VIDEO GUARD SERVICE & MONITORING CENTER: 2.1.1. Video Guard service shall be provided by Prosegur CRM, or approved equal. 2.1.2. The Security Monitoring Agent shall have the ability to make live, one-way, real time announcements while observing selected cameras. These live voice/ video announcements are important to management as they prove to the public at large that the camera system is live and being routinely monitored. The Security Monitoring Agent shall have the ability to verify compatibility of audio system. 2.1.3. Video patrols or "round" times are defined by other sections in this contract. During the viewing of each individual camera, the Security Monitoring Agent shall utilize each camera's functionality fully (pan. tilt, zoom, etc., as equipped) in order to capture as much of the viewable area as possible. In so doing the monitoring agent shall look for and observe violations of the pre -determined property policies, utilize the voice technology as needed to curtail said activity, and notify the appropriate management team member, security or police department. 2.1.4. During each contracted patrol, the monitoring agents shall according to schedule bring cameras full screen and perform the following functions: 2.1.4.1. Observe activity within camera view. 2.1.4.2. Manipulate each camera to the extent of its ability. 2.1.4.3. Use voice technology as needed or directed by management agent. 2.1.4.4. Respond to system generated alerts. 2.1.4.5. If suspicious or criminal activity is observed, chain of command as determined by management agent. 2.1.4.6. If criminal activity is observed dispatch local police department to respond. 2.1.4.7. Observe camera for loitering activity, make announcement as needed. 2.1.4.8. Record all patrol observations and actions in daily patrol log database 2.1.4.9. Equipment problems (e.g. network, camera system, cameras, audio, etc.) will be promptly reported to principal contacts for contracted property. Rev 1 /20 - 17 - 2.1.4.10. A daily activity log shall be provided to the principal contacts for contracted property. The daily report will note any observed suspicious or criminal activity and will include appropriate photo evidence. The daily log will be delivered electronically via e-mail. 2.1.4.11. Monitoring agent shall report internet communication findings and corrective action to principal contacts for contracted property. 2.1.4.12. Camera footage shall be stored locally at City site. 2.1.4.13. Monitoring agreement shall perform reactive forensic on: 2.1.4.13.1. Observed events/incidents. 2.1.4.13.2. Non -observed events/incidents reported by Client. 2.1.4.13.3. Monitoring Agent shall report and supply any video evidence of the reported event/incident to principal contacts for contracted property. 2.1.5. The monitoring center shall provide a `dedicated' 800 number, or City -approved equivalent phone capability, to the end user, where a unique PIN or password is required to verify identity of user. This shall not be accomplished via a central 800 number where the end user is required to provide account number and information, this must be a dedicated number for the end user only, specific to this site. 2.1.6. The monitoring center software shall be integrated directly to the Avigilon camera system and cameras without the need for 3rd party dialers or equipment. This shall intelligently alert at the monitoring center when a camera rule is violated. The audio connection shall also stream over the camera seamlessly to the monitoring center. 2.1.7. The monitoring center shall have a minimum of 20 live agents at any given time, 24/7/365, solely dedicated to the task of video monitoring services. 2.1.8. The video monitoring center shall have the ability to perform `video escort' features. This shall be for a staff member needing a virtual escort from a building to their vehicle. 2.2. PRODUCTS (DEVICE TYPES, LOCATIONS, AND QUANITITIES ARE NOTED ON DESIGN DRAWINGS.) 2.2.1. Manufacturer or Software and Cameras shall be AVIGILON or approved equal. 2.2.1.1. 11 each of Avigilon, ACC7-ENT with Single Enterprise Software License. 2.2.1.2. 10 each of Avigilon 6.0-H5A-BOI-IR (6MP Bullet Camera with IR & Analytics). 2.2.1.3. 1 each of Avigilon 24C-H4A-3MH-270 (24MP Multi -sensor, 270*, with Analytics). 2.2.1.4. 1 each of Avigilon H4AMH-AD-IRILI (IR illuminator for Multi -sensor). 2.2.2. Switches shall be Ubiquiti or approved equal. 2.2.2.1. Shall be minimum eight (8) port, POE, Gigabit. 2.2.2.2. Shall be mounted in a NEMA 4, non -environmental enclosure. 2.2.2.3. Shall be CE, FCC, and IC certified. 2.2.2.4. Shall be operable in temperatures between -25 to 55°C (-13 to 1311F). Rev 1/20 - 18 - 2.2.2.5. Shall provide port monitoring, system connection and management services, VLAN configuration, and configurable alerts. 2.2.3. Speakers & Amplifier shall be Axis or approved equal. 2.2.3.1. 7 each of Axis C 1310-E (IP Speaker, Outdoor Rated). 2.2.3.2. Speaker and amplifier shall be of matching manufacturer. 2.2.3.3. Speaker shall be IP addressable. 2.2.3.4. Speaker shall be 7-watt model capable of voice messaging applications. 2.2.3.5. Speakers shall be capable of producing an intelligible message for all points of the structure. 2.2.4. NEMA Enclosures shall be L-COM or approved equal. 2.2.4.1. 5 each of L-COM, NB141207-100 (Industrial NEMA Rated Enclosure). 2.3. WIRE, CABLE, AND RACEWAYS 2.3.1. All wire and cable shall be installed in Electric Metallic Tubing (EMT). 2.3.2. All wire and cable installed in below grade raceways shall be suitable for wet locations. 2.3.3. Surveillance system Ethernet cable shall be 4 pairs, twisted, #24 AWG solid copper, nominal 100-ohm, Category 6 unshielded twisted pair cable, 300 volt rated. 2.3.4. Cables installed in exterior or below grade conduits shall not be required to be UL listed and shall have a water blocking gel, be suitable for wet locations and have a black jacket. Cables shall be allowed to be Category 5 unshielded twisted pair cable, 300 volt rated. 2.3.5. Existing camera cable will not be re -used. All camera cable will be newly installed. Existing conduit raceways may be re -used. 2.4. CABLE TERMINATION HARDWARE 2.4.1. Ethernet cable connectors shall be RJ45 plugs, high impact thermoplastic, specifically designed for direct connection to Category 6 cable. Connectors shall meet ANSIITIA/EIA-568-B.2 Standard for Enhanced Category 6 connecting hardware and be configured in accordance with designation T568B eight position jack pin/pair assignment. 2.4.2. Power wiring splices may be made with wire nuts. Ethernet splices will not be allowed 2.5. NAMEPLATES AND LABELS 2.5.1. Provide and place labels for the following: 2.5.1.1. Video Ethernet station cables, at both ends, with the cable ID code. 2.5.1.2. Cable termination hardware, with the cable ID Codes. 3. PART 3 — CLOSE OUT 3.1. TRAININGANSTRUCTION AND ASSISTANCE 3.1.1. After the installation is complete and operating, and prior to acceptance of the work, conduct a minimum of a four (4) hours of onsite training/instruction. Onsite training/instruction shall take place on mutually agreed upon dates, coordinated Rev 1 /20 - 19 - with the Project Manager and Contractor. 3.1.2. The person(s) who conduct these instructions and demonstrations shall be a approved representative(s) of the manufacturer with substantial training and operating experience on this equipment and project, and shall be versed in the operating theory as well as practical operation and maintenance work. Instructor(s) shall have the necessary educational and interpersonal skills, as well as proven ability to effectively perform the training. Their qualifications shall be submitted to the City before conducting the instruction period. 3.1.3. Training period shall include preliminary discussion and presentation of information using the actual maintenance manuals required forth is project. Contractor shall notify City at least 48 hours in advance of readiness. 3.1.4. All training materials shall be furnished by the contractor or equipment manufacturer. 3.2. FINAL ACCEPTANCE 3.2.1. After work is completed and prior to requesting the Acceptance test, the Contractor shall conduct a final inspection, and pre -test all equipment and system features. Contractor shall correct any deficiencies discovered as the result of the inspection and pre -test prior to the Acceptance test. 3.2.2. Acceptance test shall be scheduled with the City with a minimum of (5) days' notice. Contractor shall demonstrate all equipment and system features to the City. Contractor shall fully cooperate with the City and provide assistance with the inspection and test. 3.2.3. Any portions of the Work found to be deficient or not in compliance with the Contract Documents will be rejected. City's Representative will prepare a list of any such deficiencies observed during the Acceptance test. A copy of such list will be provided to Contractor. Contractor shall promptly correct all deficiencies. 3.3. WARRANTY 3.3.1. Warranty all components, parts, and assemblies against defects in materials and workmanship for a minimum of one (1) year from completion date. Warranty service shall be provided by a trained specialist of the equipment manufacturer. 3.3.2. Warranty response time shall not exceed one (1) business day. 3.3.3. System maintenance and repair of system or workmanship defects during the warranty period shall be provided free of charge (parts and labor). 3.3.4. Extended service/maintenance agreements shall be offered for up to five (5) years after the warranty expires. Rev 1 /20 - 20 - EXHIBIT "B" CONTRACT CHANGE ORDER AGREEMENT PROJECT NUMBER CHANGE ORDER NUMBER EFFECTIVE DATE PROJECT TITLE SUMMARY OF PROPOSED CHANGES: CONTRACTOR The time provided for completion in the Contract is ❑ Unchanged ❑ Increased ❑ Decreased by Calendar Days. This Document shall become an Amendment to the Contract and all provisions of the Contract not amended herein will apply to this Change Order. Will this change affect expiration or extent of Insurance coverage? ❑ Yes ❑ No If "Yes" Will the Policies Be Extended? ❑ Yes ❑ No PRICE CHANGE LUMP SUM: INCREASE $ DECREASE $ UNIT PRICE: THE ITEMS ARE APPROXIMATE OR ESTIMATED QUANTITIES INVOLVED IN THIS CHANGE ITEM NO. ITEM QTY. UNIT PRICE ADD OR DELETE TOTAL NET CONTRACT: INCREASE & DECREASE $ STATEMENT: Payment for the above work will be in accordance with applicable portions of the standard specifications, and with the understanding that all materials, workmanship and measurements shall be in accordance with the provisions of the standard specifications, the contract plans, and the special provisions governing the types of construction. DEPARTMENT RECAP TO DATE: ORIGINAL CONTRACT AMOUNT $ PREVIOUS CHANGE ORDERS $ THIS CHANGE ORDER $ *ADJUSTMENTS $ NEW CONTRACT AMOUNT $ CONTRACTOR'S SIGNATURE DATE DIRECTOR'S SIGNATURE DATE Rev 1/20 — 22 ADJUSTMENTS CHANGE ORDER ESTIMATE IS HEREBY ❑ INCREASED $ ❑ DECREASED $ PAY THIS ADJUSTED AMOUNT: $ DIRECTOR'S SIGNATURE DATE Rev 1 /20 - 23 - EXHIBIT "C" CONTRACTOR'S RETAINAGE OPTION IDENTIFICATION AND DESCRIPTION Project Title: STEEL LAKE SHOP VIDEO SECURITY ENHANCEMENTS RFB No: 21-011 Contractor: SECURITY SOLUTIONS NORTHWEST INC GENERAL REQUIREMENTS 1. In accordance with applicable State Statutes, a contract retainage not to exceed five percent of the moneys earned by the contractor will be reserved by the City. 2. All investments selected are subject to City approval. 3. The final disposition of the contract retainage will be made in accordance with applicable State Statutes. CONTRACTOR'S INSTRUCTIONS Pursuant to RCW 60.28.011 I hereby notify the City of Federal Way of my instructions for the retainage withheld under the terms of this contract: 0 Option 1: Retained in a fund by the City of Federal Way. No interest will be paid to the contractor. 0 Option 2: Deposited in an interest bearing account in a bank, mutual savings bank, or savings and loan association. Interest paid to the contractor. Contractor shall have the bank (or other) execute a separate "City of Federal Way Retainage Bank Acceptance Agreement" upon contract award. The City will provide the agreement to the Contractor if this option is selected. 0 Option 3: Placed in escrow with a bank or trust company. Contractor shall execute, and have escrow account holder execute a separate "City of Federal Way Construction Retainage Escrow Agreement" upon contract award. The City will provide the agreement to the Contractor if this option is selected. All investments are subject to City approval. The cost of the investment program, and risk thereof, is to be borne entirely by the contractor. 0 Option 4: Contractor shall submit a "Retainage Bond" on City -provided form (Exhibit D of this Agreement). Contractor Signature Date Rev 1/20 - 24 - EXHIBIT "D" RETAINAGE BOND TO CITY OF FEDERAL WAY STEEL LAKE SHOP VIDEO SECURITY ENHANCEMENTS KNOW ALL PERSONS BY THESE PRESENTS that we, the undersigned, as principal ("Principal's, and a Corporation organized and existing under the laws of the State of as a surety Corporation, and qualified under the laws of the State of Washington to become surety upon bonds of Contractors with Municipal Corporations, as surety ("Surety"), are jointly and severally held and firmly bonded to the City of Federal Way ("City') in the penal sum of: ($ ) for the payment of which sum we bind ourselves and our successors, heirs, administrators or personal representatives, as the case may be. A. This obligation is entered into in pursuant to the statutes of the State of Washington and the ordinances, regulations, standards and policies of the City, as now existing or hereafter amended or adopted. B. Pursuant to proper authorization, the Mayor is authorized to enter into a certain contract with the Principal, providing for the Project, which contract is incorporated herein by this reference ("Contract's, and C. Pursuant to State law, Chapter 60.28 RCW, the City is required to reserve from the monies earned by the Principal pursuant to the contract, a sum not to exceed five percent (5%), said sum to be retained by the City as a trust fund for the protection and payment of any person or persons, mechanic, subcontractor or material men who shall perform any labor upon such contract or the doing of such work, and all persons who shall supply such person or persons or subcontractors with provisions and supplies for the carrying on of such work, and the State with the respect to taxes imposed pursuant to Title 82 RCW which may be due from said Principal. Every person performing labor or furnishing supplies towards completion of said improvement or work shall have a lien on said monies so reserved, provided that such notice of the lien of such claimant shall be given in the manner and within the time provided in RCW 39.08.030 as now existing and in accordance with any amendments that may hereafter be provided thereto; and D. State law further provides that with the consent of the City, the Principal may submit a bond for all or any portion of the amount of funds retained by the public body in a form acceptable to the public body conditioned upon such bond any proceeds therefrom being made subject to all claims and liens and in the same manner and priority as set forth retained percentages pursuant to Chapter 60.28 RCW; and E. The Principal has accepted, or is about to accept, the Contract, and undertake to perform the work therein provided for in the manner and within the time set forth, for the amount of $ ; and F. The City is prepared to release any required retainage money previously paid by the Principal prior to acceptance and successful operation and fulfillment of all other terms of said contract upon being indemnified by these presents, NOW, THEREFORE, if the Principal shall perform all the provisions of the Contract in the manner and within the time period prescribed by the City, or within such extensions of time as may be granted under the Contract, and shall pay all laborers, mechanics, subcontractors and material men or women, and all persons who shall supply the Principal or subcontractors with provisions and supplies for the carrying on of said work, and if the Principal shall pay to the State all taxes imposed pursuant to Title 82 RCW which may be due from such Principal as a result of this contract then and in the event this obligation shall be void; but otherwise it shall be and remain in full force and effect. And the Surety, for value received, hereby further stipulates and agrees that no change, extension of time, alteration or addition to the terms of the Contract or to the work to be performed thereunder or the specifications accompanying the same shall in any way affect its obligation on this bond, and it does hereby waive notice of any change, extension of time, alterations or additions to the terms of the Contract or to the Work. Rev 1 /20 - 25 - The Surety hereby agrees that modifications and changes may be made in the terms and provisions of the Contract without notice to Surety, and any such modifications or changes increasing the total amount to be paid the Principal shall automatically increase the obligation of the Surety on this Retainage Bond in a like amount, such increase, however, not to exceed twenty-five percent (25%) of the original amount of this bond without consent of the Surety. Within forty-five (45) days of receiving notice that the Principal has defaulted on all or part of the terms of the Contract, the Surety shall make written commitment to the City that it will either: (a) cure the default itself within a reasonable time period, or (b) tender to the City, the amount necessary for the City to remedy the default, including legal fees incurred by the City, or (c) in the event that Surety's evaluation of the dispute is not complete or in the event the Surety disputes the City's claim of default, the Surety shall notify the City of its finding and its intent, if any, to interplead. The Surety shall then fulfill its obligations under this bond, according to the option it has elected. Should Surety elect option (a) to cure the default, the penal sum of the Bond shall be reduced in an amount equal to the costs actually incurred by the Surety in curing the default. If the Surety elects option (b), then upon completion of the necessary work, the City shall notify the Surety of its actual costs. The City shall return, without interest, any overpayment made by the Surety and the Surety shall pay to the City any actual costs which exceed the City estimate, limited to the bond amount. Should the Surety elect option (c), the Parties shall first complete participation in mediation, described in the below paragraph, prior to any interplead action. In the event a dispute should arise between the Parties to this Bond with respect to the City's declaration of default by the Principal, the Parties agree to participate in at least four hours of mediation to resolve said dispute. The Parties shall proportionately share in the cost of the mediation. The mediation shall be administered by Judicial Dispute Resolution, LLC, 1425 Fourth Avenue, Suite 300, Seattle, Washington 98101. The Surety shall not interplead prior to completion of the mediation. The parties have executed this instrument under their separate seals this day of 20_, the name and corporate seal of each corporate party hereto affixed, and these presents duly signed by its undersigned representatives pursuant to authority of its governing body. CORPORATE SEAL: PRINCIPAL By: Title: Address: CORPORATE SEAL: SURETY By: Attorney -in -Fact (Attach Power of Attorney) Title: Address: Rev 1 /20 - 26 - CERTIFICATES AS TO CORPORATE SEAL I hereby certify that I am the (Assistant) Secretary of the Corporation named as Principal in the within bond; that , who signed the said bond on behalf of the Principal, was of said Corporation; that I know his or her signature thereto is genuine, and that said bond was duly signed, sealed, and attested for and in behalf of said Corporation by authority of its governing body. Secretary or Assistant Secretary I hereby certify that I am the (Assistant) Secretary of the Corporation named as Surety in the within bond; that , who signed the said bond on behalf of the Surety, was of the said Corporation; that I know his or her signature thereto is genuine, and that said bond was duly signed, sealed, and attested for and in behalf of said Corporation by authority of its governing body. Secretary or Assistant Secretary APPROVED AS TO FORM: J. Ryan Call, City Attorney Rev 1/20 - 27 - TO: EXHIBIT "E" NOTICE TO LABOR UNIONS OR OTHER EMPLOYMENT ORGANIZATIONS NONDISCRIMINATION IN EMPLOYMENT (Name of Union or Organization) The undersigned currently holds contract(s) with involving funds or credit of the City of Federal Way, Washington, or (a) subcontract(s) with a prime contractor holding such contract(s). You are advised that, under the provisions of the above contract(s) or subcontract(s) and in accordance with Section 202 of Executive Order 11246 dated September 24, 1965, the undersigned is obliged not to discriminate against any employee or applicant of employment because of race, color, creed or national origin. This obligation not to discriminate in employment includes, but is not limited to, the following: EMPLOYMENT, UPGRADING, TRANSFER OR DEMOTION RECRUITMENT AND ADVERTISING RATES OF PAY OR OTHER FORMS OF COMPENSATION SELECTION FOR TRAINING INCLUDING APPRENTICESHIP, LAYOFF OR TERMINATION This notice is furnished to you pursuant to the provisions of the above contract(s) or subcontractor(s) and Executive Order 11246. Copies of this Notice will be posted by the undersigned in conspicuous places available to employees or applicants for employment. Complaints may be submitted to: City of Federal Way 33325 81h Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003 (Contractor or subcontractor) Date Rev 1 /20 - 28 - EXHIBIT "F" CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE Rev 1 /20 - 29 - EXHIBIT "G" CITY OF FEDERAL WAY PERFORMANCE/PAYMENT BOND KNOW ALL PEOPLE BY THESE PRESENTS: We, the undersigned Security Solutions Northwest, Inc * ("Principal") and , the undersigned corporation organized and existing under the laws of the State of. Washington and legally doing business in the State of Washington as a surety ("Surety"), are held and firmly bonded unto the City of Federal Way, a Washington municipal corporation ("City") in the penal sum of Fift -Five Thousand Nine Hundred Sixty -Nine Dollars and 34/100 ($55,969.34) for the payment of which we firmly bind ourselves and our legal representatives, heirs, successors and assigns, jointly and severally. This obligation is entered into pursuant to the statutes of the State of Washington and the ordinances, regulations, standards and policies of the City, as now existing or hereafter amended or adopted. The Principal has entered into an Agreement with the City dated 20_ for NOW, THEREFORE, if the Principal shall perform all the provisions of the Agreement in the manner and within the time period prescribed by the City, or within such extensions of time as may be granted under the Agreement, and shall pay all laborers, mechanics, subcontractors and material men or women, and all persons who shall supply the Principal or subcontractors with provisions and supplies for the carrying on of said work, and shall hold the City, their officials, agents, employees and volunteers harmless from any loss or damage occasioned to any person or property by reason of any carelessness or negligence on the part of the Principal, or any subcontractor in the performance of said work, and shall indemnify and hold the City harmless from any damage or expense by reason of failure of performance as specified in the Agreement within a period of one (1) year after its final acceptance thereof by the City, then and in the event this obligation shall be void; but otherwise, it shall be and remain in full force and effect. And the Surety, for value received, hereby further stipulates and agrees that no change, extension of time, alteration or addition to the terms of the Agreement or to the work to be performed thereunder or the specifications accompanying the same shall in any way affect its obligation on this bond, and it does hereby waive notice of any change, extension of time, alterations or additions to the terms of the Agreement or to the Work. The Surety hereby agrees that modifications and changes may be made in terms and provisions of the Agreement without notice to Surety, and any such modifications or changes increasing the total amount to be paid the Principal shall automatically increase the obligation of the Surety on this Performance Bond in a like amount, such increase, however, not to exceed twenty-five percent (25%) of the original amount of this bond without the consent of the Surety. Within forty-five (45) days of receiving notice that the Principal has defaulted on all or part of the terms of the Agreement, the Surety shall make a written commitment to the City that it will either: (a) cure the default itself within a reasonable time period, or (b) tender to the city, the amount necessary for the City to remedy the default, including legal fees incurred by the City, or (c) in the event that Surety's evaluation of the dispute is not complete or in the event the Surety disputes the City's claim of default, the Surety shall notify the City of its finding and its intent, if any, to interplead. The Surety shall then fulfill its obligations under this bond, according to the option it has elected. Should Surety elect option (a) to cure the default, the penal sum of the Bond shall be reduced in an amount equal to the costs actually incurred by the Surety in curing the default. If the Surety elects option (b), then upon completion of the necessary work, the City shall notify the Surety of its actual costs. The City shall return, without interest, any overpayment made by the Surety and the Surety shall pay to the City any actual costs which exceed the City estimate, limited to the bond amount. Should the Surety elect option (c), the Parties shall first complete participation in mediation, described in the below paragraph, prior to any interplead action. Rev 1 /20 -- 30 In the event a dispute should arise between the Parties to this Bond with respect to the City's declaration of default by the Principal, the Parties agree to participate in at least four hours of mediation to resolve said dispute. The Parties shall proportionately share in the cost of the mediation. The mediation shall be administered by Judicial Dispute Resolution, LLC, 1425 Fourth Avenue, Suite 300, Seattle, Washington 98101. The Surety shall not interplead prior to completion of the mediation. DATED this _ day of 20 CORPORATE SEAL OF PRINCIPAL: PRINCIPAL By: _ Its: (Address) (Phone) CERTIFICATE AS TO CORPORATE SEAL I hereby certify that I am the (Assistant) Secretary of the Corporation named as Principal in bond; that , who signed the said bond on behalf of the Principal, was of the said Corporation; that I know his or her signature thereto is genuine, and that said bond was duly signed, sealed, and attested for and in behalf of said Corporation by authority of its governing body. Secretary of Assistant Secretary Rev 1 /20 - 31 — the within CORPORATE SEAL OF SURETY: By: SURETY Attorney -in -Fact (Attach Power of Attorney) (Name of Person Executing Bond) (Address) (Phone) APPROVED AS TO FORM: J. Ryan Call, City Attorney Rev 1/20 - 32 - EXHIBIT "H" PREVAILING RATE OF WAGE County Trade Job Classification Electrical Fixture Maintenance King Workers Journey Level King Electricians - Inside Cable Splicer King Electricians - Inside Cable Splicer (tunnel) King Electricians - Inside Certified Welder King Electricians - Inside Certified Welder (tunnel) King Electricians - Inside Construction Stock Person King Electricians - Inside Journey Level King Electricians - Inside Journey Level (tunnel) Electricians - King Motor Shop Journey Level Electricians - Powerline King Construction Cable Splicer Electricians - Powerline King Construction Certified Line Welder Electricians - Powerline King Construction Groundperson Electricians - Powerline Wage Holiday Overtime Notes $33.19 5L lE $92.57 7C 4E $99.46 7C 4E $89.44 7C 4E $96.02 7C 4E $44.78 7C 4E $86.30 7C 4E $92.57 7C 4E $47.53 5A 113 $82.39 5A 4D $75.64 5A 4D $49.17 5A 4D King Construction Heavy Line Equipment Operator $75.64 5A 4D Electricians - Powerline King Construction Journey Level Lineperson $75.64 5A 4D Electricians - Powerline King Construction Line Equipment Operator $64.54 5A 4D Electricians - Powerline King Construction Meter Installer $49.17 5A 4D Electricians - Powerline King Construction Pole Sprayer $75.64 5A 4D Electricians - King Powerline Powderperson $56.49 5A 4D Rev 1/20 - 33 - Construction Electronic King Technicians Journey Level $55.32 7E 1E Air, Gas Or Electric Vibrating King Laborers Screed $54.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Airtrac Drill Operator $56.31 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Ballast Regular Machine $54.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Batch Weighman $46.29 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Brick Pavers $54.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Brush Cutter $54.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Brush Hog Feeder $54.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Burner $54.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Caisson Worker $56.31 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Carpenter Tender $54.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Cement Dumper -paving $55.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Cement Finisher Tender $54.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Change House Or Dry Shack $54.62 7A 4V 8Y Chipping Gun (30 Lbs. And King Laborers Over) $55.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Chipping Gun (Under 30 Lbs.) $54.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Choker Setter $54.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Chuck Tender $54.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Clary Power Spreader $55.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Clean-up Laborer $54.62 7A 4V 8Y Concrete Dumper/Chute King Laborers Operator $55.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Concrete Form Stripper $54.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Concrete Placement Crew $55.62 7A 4V 8Y Concrete Saw Operator/Core King Laborers Driller $55.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Crusher Feeder $46.29 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Curing Laborer $54.62 7A 4V 8Y Demolition: Wrecking & King Laborers Moving (Incl. Charred Material) $54.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Ditch Digger $54.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Diver $56.31 7A 4V 8Y Drill Operator (Hydraulic, King Laborers Diamond) $55.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Dry Stack Walls $54.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Dump Person $54.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Epoxy Technician $54.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Erosion Control Worker $54.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Faller & Bucker Chain Saw $55.62 7A 4V 8Y Rev 1/20 - 34 - King Laborers Fine Graders $54.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Firewatch $46.29 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Form Setter $54.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Gabian Basket Builders $54.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers General Laborer $54.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Grade Checker & Transit Person $46.42 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Grinders $54.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Grout Machine Tender $54.62 7A 4V 8Y Groutmen (Pressure) Including King Laborers Post Tension Beams $55.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Guardrail Erector $54.62 7A 4V 8Y Hazardous Waste Worker (Level King Laborers A) $56.31 7A 4V 8Y Hazardous Waste Worker (Level King Laborers B) $55.62 7A 4V 8Y Hazardous Waste Worker (Level King Laborers C) $54.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers High Scaler $56.31 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Jackhammer $55.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Laserbeam Operator $55.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Maintenance Person $54.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Manhole Builder-Mudman $55.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Material Yard Person $54.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Motorman -Dinky Locomotive $55.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Pavement Breaker $55.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Pilot Car $46.29 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Pipe Layer (Lead) $46.42 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Pipe Layer/Tailor $55.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Pipe Pot Tender $55.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Pipe Reliner $55.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Pipe Wrapper $55.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Pot Tender $54.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Powderman $56.31 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Powderman's Helper $54.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Power Jacks $55.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Railroad Spike Puller - Power $55.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Raker - Asphalt $46.42 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Re-timberman $56.31 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Remote Equipment Operator $55.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Rigger/Signal Person $55.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Rip Rap Person $54.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Rivet Buster $55.62 7A 4V 8Y Rev 1/20 - 35 - King Laborers Rodder $55.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Scaffold Erector $54.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Scale Person $54.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Sloper (Over 20)" $55.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Sloper Sprayer $54.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Spreader (Concrete) $55.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Stake Hopper $54.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Stock Piler $54.62 7A 4V 8Y Swinging Stage/Boatswain King Laborers Chair $46.29 7A 4V 8Y Tamper & Similar Electric, Air King Laborers & Gas Operated Tools $55.62 7A 4V 8Y Tamper (Multiple & Self - King Laborers propelled) $55.62 7A 4V 8Y Timber Person - Sewer (Lagger, King Laborers Shorer & Cribber) $55.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Toolroom Person (at Jobsite) $54.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Topper $54.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Track Laborer $54.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Track Liner (Power) $55.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Traffic Control Laborer $49.50 7A 4V 9C King Laborers Traffic Control Supervisor $52.45 7A 4V 9C King Laborers Truck Spotter $54.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Tugger Operator $55.62 7A 4V 8Y Tunnel Work -Compressed Air King Laborers Worker 0-30 psi $142.82 7A 4V 9B Tunnel Work -Compressed Air King Laborers Worker 30.01-44.00 psi $147.85 7A 4V 9B Tunnel Work -Compressed Air King Laborers Worker 44.01-54.00 psi $151.53 7A 4V 9B Tunnel Work -Compressed Air King Laborers Worker 54.01-60.00 psi $157.23 7A 4V 9B Tunnel Work -Compressed Air King Laborers Worker 60.01-64.00 psi $159.35 7A 4V 9B Tunnel Work -Compressed Air King Laborers Worker 64.01-68.00 psi $164.45 7A 4V 9B Tunnel Work -Compressed Air King Laborers Worker 68.01-70.00 psi $166.35 7A 4V 9B Tunnel Work -Compressed Air King Laborers Worker 70.01-72.00 psi $168.35 7A 4V 9B Tunnel Work -Compressed Air King Laborers Worker 72.01-74.00 psi $170.35 7A 4V 9B Tunnel Work-Guage and Lock King Laborers Tender $57.41 7A 4V 8Y Rev 1/20 - 36 - King Laborers Tunnel Work -Miner $57.41 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Vibrator $55.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Vinyl Seamer $54.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Watchman $42.08 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Welder $55.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Well Point Laborer $55.62 7A 4V 8Y King Laborers Window Washer/Cleaner $42.08 7A 4V 8Y Power Equipment King Operators Asphalt Plant Operators $73.49 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment King Operators Assistant Engineer $69.12 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment King Operators Barrier Machine (zipper) $72.84 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment King Operators Batch Plant Operator: concrete $72.84 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment King Operators Bobcat $69.12 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment Brokk - Remote Demolition King Operators Equipment $69.12 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment King Operators Brooms $69.12 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment King Operators Bump Cutter $72.84 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment King Operators Cableways $73.49 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment King Operators Chipper $72.84 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment King Operators Compressor $69.12 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment Deck Engineer/Deck Winches King Operators (power) $72.84 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment King Operators Derricks, On Building Work $73.49 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment King Operators Dozers D-9 & Under $72.28 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment Drill Oilers: Auger Type, Truck King Operators Or Crane Mount $72.28 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment King Operators Drilling Machine $74.22 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment Elevator And Man -lift: King Operators Permanent And Shaft Type $69.12 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment Finishing Machine, Bidwell And King Operators Gamaco & Similar Equipment $72.84 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment Forklift: 3000 Lbs And Over King Operators With Attachments $72.28 7A 3K 8X Rev 1 /20 - 37 - Power Equipment Forklifts: Under 3000 Lbs. With King Operators Attachments $69.12 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment Grade Engineer: Using Blue King Operators Prints, Cut Sheets, Etc $72.84 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment King Operators Gradechecker/Stakeman $69.12 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment King Operators Guardrail Punch $72.84 7A 3K 8X Hard Tail End Dump Power Equipment Articulating Off- Road King Operators Equipment 45 Yards. & Over $73.49 7A 3K 8X Hard Tail End Dump Power Equipment Articulating Off -road Equipment King Operators Under 45 Yards $72.84 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment Horizontal/Directional Drill King Operators Locator $72.28 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment Horizontal/Directional Drill King Operators Operator $72.84 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment HydraliftsBoom Trucks Over King Operators 10 Tons $72.28 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment HydraliftsBoom Trucks, 10 King Operators Tons And Under $69.12 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment Loader, Overhead 8 Yards. & King Operators Over $74.22 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment Loader, Overhead, 6 Yards. But King Operators Not Including 8 Yards $73.49 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment Loaders, Overhead Under 6 King Operators Yards $72.84 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment King Operators Loaders, Plant Feed $72.84 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment King Operators Loaders: Elevating Type Belt $72.28 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment King Operators Locomotives, All $72.84 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment King Operators Material Transfer Device $72.84 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment Mechanics, All (leadmen - $0.50 King Operators Per Hour Over Mechanic) $74.22 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment King Operators Motor Patrol Graders $73.49 7A 3K 8X Mucking Machine, Mole, Power Equipment Tunnel Drill, Boring, Road King Operators Header And/or Shield $73.49 7A 3K 8X Oil Distributors, Blower Power Equipment Distribution & Mulch Seeding King Operators Operator $69.12 7A 3K 8X Rev 1/20 - 38 - Power Equipment Outside Hoists (Elevators And King Operators Manlifts), Air Tuggers, Strato $72.28 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment Overhead, Bridge Type Crane: King Operators 20 Tons Through 44 Tons $72.84 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment Overhead, Bridge Type: 100 King Operators Tons And Over $74.22 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment Overhead, Bridge Type: 45 Tons King Operators Through 99 Tons $73.49 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment King Operators Pavement Breaker $69.12 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment Pile Driver (other Than Crane King Operators Mount) $72.84 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment King Operators Plant Oiler - Asphalt, Crusher $72.28 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment King Operators Posthole Digger, Mechanical $69.12 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment King Operators Power Plant $69.12 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment King Operators Pumps - Water $69.12 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment King Operators Quad 9, Hd 41, D10 And Over $73.49 7A 3K 8X Quick Tower - No Cab, Under Power Equipment 100 Feet In Height Based To King Operators Boom $69.12 7A 3K 8X Remote Control Operator On Power Equipment Rubber Tired Earth Moving King Operators Equipment $73.49 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment King Operators Rigger and Bellman $69.12 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment Rigger/Signal Person, Bellman King Operators (Certified) $72.28 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment King Operators Rollagon $73.49 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment King Operators Roller, Other Than Plant Mix $69.12 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment Roller, Plant Mix Or Multi -lift King Operators Materials $72.28 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment King Operators Roto-mill, Roto-grinder $72.84 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment King Operators Saws - Concrete $72.28 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment Scraper, Self Propelled Under 45 King Operators Yards $72.84 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment King Operators Scrapers - Concrete & Carry All $72.28 7A 3K 8X Rev 1/20 - 39 - Power Equipment Scrapers, Self-propelled: 45 King Operators Yards And Over $73.49 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment King Operators Service Engineers - Equipment $72.28 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment King Operators Shotcrete/Gunite Equipment $69.12 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment Shovel, Excavator, Backhoe, King Operators Tractors Under 15 Metric Tons $72.28 7A 3K 8X Shovel, Excavator, Backhoe: Power Equipment Over 30 Metric Tons To 50 King Operators Metric Tons $73.49 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment Shovel, Excavator, Backhoes, King Operators Tractors: 15 To 30 Metric Tons $72.84 7A 3K 8X Shovel, Excavator, Backhoes: Power Equipment Over 50 Metric Tons To 90 King Operators Metric Tons $74.22 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment Shovel, Excavator, Backhoes: King Operators Over 90 Metric Tons $74.99 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment King Operators Slipform Pavers $73.49 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment Spreader, Topsider & King Operators Screedman $73.49 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment King Operators Subgrader Trimmer $72.84 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment King Operators Tower Bucket Elevators $72.28 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment Tower Crane Up To 175' In King Operators Height Base To Boom $74.22 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment Tower Crane: over 175through King Operators 250' in height, base to boom $74.99 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment Tower Cranes: over 250' in King Operators height from base to boom $75.72 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment Transporters, All Track Or King Operators Truck Type $73.49 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment King Operators Trenching Machines $72.28 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment Truck Crane Oiler/driver - 100 King Operators Tons And Over $72.84 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment Truck Crane Oiler/Driver Under King Operators 100 Tons $72.28 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment King Operators Truck Mount Portable Conveyor $72.84 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment King Operators Welder $73.49 7A 3K 8X Power Equipment King Operators Wheel Tractors, Farmall Type $69.12 7A 3K 8X Rev 1/20 - 40 - Power Equipment King Operators Yo Yo Pay Dozer Telecommunication King Technicians Journey Level Rev 1 /20 - 41 - $72.84 7A 3K 8X $55.32 7E lE EXHIBIT "I" TITLE VI ASSURANCES During the performance of this contract, the contractor/consultant, for itself, its assignees and successors in interest (hereinafter referred to as the "contractor's agrees as follows: 1. Compliance with Regulations The contractor shall comply with the Regulations relative to non-discrimination in federally assisted programs of United States Department of Transportation (USDOT), Title 49, Code of Federal Regulations, part 21, as they may be amended from time to time, (hereinafter referred to as the Regulations), which are herein incorporated by reference and made a part of this contract. 2. Non-discrimination The contractor, with regard to the work performed by it during the contract, shall not discriminate on the grounds of race, color, sex, or national origin in the selection and retention of sub -contractors, including procurement of materials and leases of equipment. The contractor shall not participate either directly or indirectly in the discrimination prohibited by Section 21.5 of the Regulations, including employment practices when the contract covers a program set forth in Appendix B of the Regulations. 3. Solicitations for Sub -contracts, Including Procurement of Materials and Equipment In all solicitations either by competitive bidding or negotiations made by the contractor for work to be performed under a sub -contract, including procurement of materials or leases of equipment, each potential sub -contractor or supplier shall be notified by the contractor of the contractor's obligations under this contract and the Regulations relative to non-discrimination on the grounds of race, color, sex, or national origin. 4. Information and Reports The contractor shall provide all information and reports required by the Regulations or directives issued pursuant thereto, and shall permit access to its books, records, accounts, other sources of information, and its facilities as may be determined by the contracting agency or the appropriate federal agency to be pertinent to ascertain compliance with such Regulations, orders and instructions. Where any information required of a contractor is in the exclusive possession of another who fails or refuses to furnish this information, the contractor shall so certify to WSDOT or the USDOT as appropriate, and shall set forth what efforts it has made to obtain the information. 5. Sanctions for Non-compliance In the event of the contractor's non-compliance with the non-discrimination provisions of this contract, the contracting agency shall impose such contract sanctions as it or the USDOT may determine to be appropriate, including, but not limited to: Withholding of payments to the Rev 1 /20 - 42 - contractor under the contract until the contractor complies, and/or; Cancellation, termination, or suspension of the contract, in whole or in part 6. Incorporation of Provisions The contractor shall include the provisions of paragraphs (1) through (5) in every sub- contract, including procurement of materials and leases of equipment, unless exempt by the Regulations, or directives issued pursuant thereto. The contractor shall take such action with respect to any sub -contractor or procurement as the contracting agency or USDOT may direct as a means of enforcing such provisions including sanctions for non-compliance. Provided, however, that in the event a contractor becomes involved in, or is threatened with, litigation with a sub -contractor or supplier as a result of such direction, the contractor may request WSDOT enter into such litigation to protect the interests of the state and, in addition, the contractor may request the USDOT enter into such litigation to protect the interests of the United States. Rev 1 /20 - 43 - COUNCIL MEETING DATE: October 5, 2021 ITEM #: 6 a CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL SUBJECT: PROPOSED 2021-2022 COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT WITH TEAMSTERS LOCAL UNION NO.763 POLICY QUESTION: Should the City Council authorize the Mayor to execute the Proposed Collective Bargaining Agreement with the Teamsters union? COMMITTEE: N/A MEETING DATE: N/A CATEGORY: ❑ Consent ❑ Ordinance ❑ Public Hearing ® City Council Business ❑ Resolution f ] Other STAFF REPORT BY: Vanessa Audett, Human Resources Manager DEPT: Human Resources Attachments: 1. Staff Report 2. Proposed 2021-2022 Collective Bargaining Agreement with the Teamsters Local Union No.763 Options Considered: 1. Approve the proposed Collective Bargaining Agreement. 2. Reject the proposed Collective Bargaining Agreement and direct the City to continue negotiations. MAYOR'S RECOMMENDATION: Option 1 MAYOR APPROVAL: N/A CTOR APPROVAL: - Zd Committee ouncil initial te. Initial/Date flnWallRate COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: N/A Committee Chair Committee Member Committee Member PROPOSED COUNCIL MOTION: `I move approval of the proposed 2021-2022 Collective Bargaining Agreement with the Teamsters Local Union No. 763, and authorize the Mayor to execute said agreement. " (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE COUNCIL ACTION: ❑ APPROVED COUNCIL BILL # ❑ DENIED First reading ❑ TABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION Enactment reading ❑ MOVED TO SECOND READING (ordinances only) ORDINANCE # REVISED — I1/2019 RESOLUTION # CITY OF FEDERAL WAY HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT Memorandum Date: October 5, 2021 To: City Council Members From Vanessa Audett, Human Resources Manager Subject: 2021-2022 Teamsters Local Union No. 763 Representing Public Works & Parks Maintenance Employees The Teamsters have voted unanimously to ratify the proposed 2021-2022 collective bargaining agreement negotiated between the City and Teamsters negotiation teams. The contract presented conforms with authority and instructions previously provided by Council to the City's negotiating team. Financial Im acts: The cost of a 2.753% COLA for 2021 will be $75K. The total cost of the 2021 Teamsters contract will be $2.8MM. The combined cost of a 3% COLA for 2022 and a reclassification of some bargaining unit positions will be $119K. The total cost of the 2022 Teamsters contract will be $2.9MM. Noteworthy: the contract costs conservatively estimate benefits costs at 38% of wages. Background Information: The Teamsters contract expired December 31, 2020. Negotiations for a new contract began in November of 2020 and a tentative agreement was reached through bargaining during August 2021. Teamsters voted unanimously to ratify the proposed collective bargaining agreement on September 22, 2021. Mavor's Recommendation: Approve the proposed CBA with the Teamsters Local Union No. 763. AGREEMENT by and between CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON and PUBLIC, PROFESSIONAL & OFFICE -CLERICAL EMPLOYEES AND DRIVERS LOCAL UNION NO. 763 (Representing the Public Works and Parks Department Maintenance Employees) January 01, 2021 through December 31, 2022 TABLE OF CONTENTS ARTICLE SUBJECT PAGE ARTICLE I RECOGNITION, UNION MEMBERSHIP AND PAYROLL DEDUCTION .............. 2 ARTICLE II PROBATION PERIOD, LAYOFF, RECALL AND JOB VACANCIES ....................4 ARTICLEIII HOURS OF WORK................................................................................................ 5 ARTICLE IV OVERTIME AND SPECIAL PAY........................................................................... 6 ARTICLEV WAGES .... ............................................... :................................... ,..:......,................. 8 ARTICLEVI HOLIDAYS............................................................................................................. 8 ARTICLEVII VACATIONS.......................................................................................................... 9 ARTICLE VIII LEAVES ................................. :::.......................................... ARTICLE IX HEALTH AND WELFARE BENEFITS ....... .................. ........... .................. :.............:.. 13 ARTICLE X EQUIPMENT, UNIFORMS AND TRAINING....................................................... 14 ARTICLEXI DISCIPLINE.......................................................................................................... 14 ARTICLE XII GRIEVANCE PROCEDURE ... :................................................... :........................ 15 ARTICLE XIII MISCELLANEOUS ................................................................. 16 ARTICLE XIV MANAGEMENT RIGHTS...................................................................................... 17 ARTICLE XV SAVINGS CLAUSE ... ........................ ................... ............................................... 18 ARTICLEXVI DURATION ........................... .............................. ........... ............. 1-.................... 19 APPENDIX "A" CLASSIFICATIONS AND RATES OF PAY ........................................................ 20 AGREEMENT by and between CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON and PUBLIC, PROFESSIONAL & OFFICE -CLERICAL EMPLOYEES AND DRIVERS LOCAL UNION NO. 763 (Representing the Public Works and Parks Maintenance Department Employees) January 01, 2021 through December 31, 2022 THIS AGREEMENT is by and between the CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON, hereinafter referred to as the City, and PUBLIC, PROFESSIONAL & OFFICE -CLERICAL EMPLOYEES AND DRIVERS LOCAL UNION NO. 763, affiliated with the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, hereinafter referred to as the Union. ARTICLE I RECOGNITION, UNION MEMBERSHIP AND PAYROLL DEDUCTION 1.1 Recognition - The City recognizes the Union as the sole and exclusive collective bargaining representative for all full-time and regular part-time maintenance and operations employees within the Public Works and Parks Departments of the City of Federal Way, excluding seasonal/temporary employees working less than one -sixth time (347 hours) of a regular, full time employee, supervisors and confidential employees. 1.1.1 For the purposes of this Agreement, a "seasonal" or "temporary' employee shall be defined as an individual employed for less than twelve hundred (1200) hours in a twelve (12) consecutive month period. In the event an individual employed as a seasonal/temporary employee is employed one -sixth time of a regular, full time employee (347 hours) in a twelve (12) consecutive month period, the employee shall become eligible to voluntarily join this bargaining unit as a member, and will be entitled to the Seasonal/Temporary rate of pay as outlined in Appendix "A" but will only have those benefits specifically outlined in Section 1.1.2 until reaching twelve hundred (1200) hours of employment. In the event an individual employed as a seasonal/temporary employee is employed for more than twelve hundred (1200) hours in a twelve (12) consecutive month period, the employee shall be covered by this collective bargaining agreement as if he/she were a regular employee. 1.1.2 Bargaining unit seasonal/temporary employees who have worked more than one -sixth time of a regular, full time employee (347 hours), but fewer than twelve hundred (1200) hours in a twelve (12) consecutive month period, will be covered by the following ARTICLES, Sections and APPENDIXES: ARTICLE 1 All Sections ARTICLE 10 Sections 10.1 and 10.4 ARTICLE 2 Sections 2.2 and 2.5 ARTICLE 12 All Sections* ARTICLE 16 APPENDIX "A" All Sections Section A.4 ARTICLE 3 Sections 3.4 and 3.5 ARTICLE 13 All Sections ARTICLE 4 Section 4.1 ARTICLE 14 All Sections ARTICLE 5 All Sections ARTICLE 15 All Sections *The scope of grievances filed by seasonal/temporary employees are limited to Section 10.1 and the hourly rates of pay for Seasonal/Temps as outlined in Section AA of Appendix A. 2021-2022 City of Federal Way Public Works and Parks Maintenance Employees 1.2 Payroll Deduction — The Employer shall make deductions for Union dues, initiation fees, and/or agency fees from the wages of all employees covered by this Agreement who execute a properly written authorization to the Employer demonstrating the employee has affirmatively consented to the deduction of such dues/fees. The Union shall provide the Employer the signed authorization prior to the commencement of the deductions. Such deductions shall be remitted to the Union on a monthly basis. The Employer will stop or revise deducting such dues/fees from employees who revoke or revise consent or other written direction regarding payroll deductions, to the Employer; the Employer will promptly provide the Union a copy of the written revocation or change in deductions relating to union dues or fees. The Union shall defend, indemnify and hold the Employer harmless against any and all liability resulting from the dues and/or fee deduction system New -Mire Orientation — Within seven (7) days from the date of hire (or the next pay period after a seasonal crosses the 347-hour threshold) the Employer shall notify the Union of all new full-time and part-time employees hired into the bargaining unit. The Union and shop steward will then be provided 30 minutes during employees' regular working hours for purposes of presenting information about the bargaining unit and Union membership. This shall generally occur within the first two (2) weeks following notification of an employee's date of hire (or, for seasonal/temporary employees, from the date of eligibility into the bargaining unit), but in no instance later than 90 calendar days. Employees have the option to attend or not attend the orientation. 1.3 Union Notification - The City shall promptly notify the Union of all employees leaving its employment. 1.4 Builetin Boards - The City shall provide suitable space for a bulletin board at the maintenance facility. Postings by the Union on the bulletin board shall be confined to official business of the Union; provided such notices shall not be derogatory of the Employer, its elected officials or other personnel. 1.5 Shop Steward — The Union may appoint an accredited shop steward for the bargaining unit. The shop steward shall be a regular employee. The function of the shop steward shall be to meet with the Employer concerning matters vital to the employees in the bargaining unit; provided, however, the shop steward's role shall not interfere with the normal functioning of the Employer. Prior permission from the employee's supervisor shall be obtained whenever a shop steward's activities during regular work hours are involved. The accredited shop steward shall be the only one to take up with the Employer any alleged violation of this Agreement that reaches Step 2 of the grievance procedure. The Union shall be the only party with the authority to appeal any grievance to Step 3 of the grievance procedure. 1.6 Union Officer Leave —An employee elected or appointed to a Union office may, upon timely application and approval thereof by the City, be given leave of absence up to sixty-four (64) hours per year to attend Union conferences or Union workshops. The leave shall be without pay and without loss of seniority. The City reserves the right to deny the request depending upon the season, staffing levels, and/or the adverse impact on the operations. 2021-2022 City of Federal Way Public Works and Parks Maintenance Employees ARTICLE II PROBATION PERIOD, LAYOFF, RECALL AND JOB VACANCIES 2.1 Probation Period -A new employee shall be subject to a twelve (12) month probation period commencing with his most recent first date of hire in a bargaining unit position. During this period, such employee shall be considered as being employed on a trial basis, subject to immediate dismissal at any time at the sole discretion of the City. Discharge of an employee during his probation period shall not be subject to the grievance procedure. 2.2 Seniority - An employee's seniority shall be defined as that period of compensated work for the City from the employee's most recent first day of compensated work within a position now covered by the bargaining unit. Any time of uncompensated leave in excess of thirty- one (31) calendar days shall be deducted from the employee's seniority. 2.2.1 An employee's seniority shall be broken so that no prior period of employment shall be counted and his/her seniority shall cease upon: Discharge for cause as defined in Article XI; Voluntary quit; Leaving the bargaining unit to accept a position with the City outside of the bargaining unit; Failure of the employee to notify the City of his/her willingness to return to work upon recall from an indefinite layoff within ten (10) calendar days after mailing of written notice from the City to his/her last known address appearing on the City's records; Layoff exceeding twenty-four (24) months; and/or A Leave of absence exceeding six (6) months. 2.2.2 Each calendar year, upon the request of the Union, the City shall provide the Union with a seniority list showing the name of each employee within the bargaining unit, his/her present classification and his/her first date of compensated work within the bargaining unit. 2.3 Layoff - In case of a layoff, employees shall be retained on the basis of job performance and length of continuous service. When job performance is relatively equal, the employee with the shortest length of continuous service shall be laid off first. Relative job performance shall be determined on the basis of qualifications, recent job performance evaluations and current job evaluations. Qualifications shall be determined by the knowledge, abilities and skills required for the affected position, as stated in the classification descriptions, and the employee's ability to perform the remaining work without further training. 2.4 Recall - In the case of recall, those employees laid off last shall be recalled first. An employee on layoff shall keep both the City and the Union informed of the address and telephone number where he can be contacted. When the City is unable to contact an employee who is on layoff for recall, the Union shall be so notified. If neither the Union nor the City are able to contact the employee within seven (7) calendar days from the time the Union is notified, the City's obligation to recall the employee shall cease. 2.4.1 The City shall have no obligation to recall an employee after he/she has been on continuous layoff for a period of twenty-four (24) months. Should an employee not return to work when recalled, the City shall have no further obligation to recall him/her. 2021-2022 City of Federal Way Public Works and Parks Maintenance Employees 2.5 Job Vacancies - Opportunities for promotion shall be posted on the work site bulletin board for not less than seven (7) calendar days, during which time employees who have completed their probation period may apply. Posted job opportunities shall contain an adequate description of the job duties and the rate of pay. It is the intent of the parties to provide qualified employees with opportunities for promotion; provided however, the City shall determine who the best qualified person is for the job. ARTICLE III HOURS OF WORK 3.1 Hours of Work - The City acknowledges the Union's desire to minimize weekend work for long-term employees, and therefore will implement the following work schedule as a pilot program. Both parties reserve the right to reopen this section during the term of this agreement. The normal workweek for Public Works and Parks Department employees shall consist of five (5) consecutive days of either (8) consecutive hours excluding meal periods, 7:00 A.M. to 3:30 P.M. or four (4) consecutive days of ten (10) consecutive hours; provided, however, from March 1 through October 31, workweeks may include Saturday and/or Sunday. Saturday and Sunday work will be assigned by shift -bidding by department seniority. Before shift -bidding is used to determine weekend shift assignments, the City will make a reasonable effort to use seasonal employees to cover weekend shifts if qualified and capable seasonal employees are available. In order to incentivize seasonal coverage of weekends, seasonal employees working weekend shifts will be compensated with an additional one dollar ($1.00) per hour over their normal hourly rate for hours worked on Saturday or Sunday. The City retains discretion to exclude specific positions from bidding on weekend shift work or to create positions that are permanently scheduled for weekend work. Examples of positions that are likely to be excluded from bidding on weekend work or may have permanent weekend schedules include facilities, Town Square park, Community Center and PAEC. The parties agree to meet to discuss other shift options should either party wish to propose a change to be adopted by mutual agreement. 3.1.1 Notwithstanding the foregoing, changes in starting times and/or days of the week for each employee may be made by the City based upon seasonal demands for service, reasonable operating needs of the City and natural consequences, including without limitation fires, earthquakes, storms and floods. 12 Flex Time - By mutual agreement between the employee and the City, an employee may be assigned a schedule other than as set forth within Section 3.1. 3.3 Shift Change - Each employee shall be assigned to a regular shift starting time which shall not normally be changed without at least forty-eight (48) hours notice. In the event an employee's regular shift starting time is changed with less than forty-eight (48) hours notice, he/she shall be paid an additional one dollar and seventy-five cents ($1.75) per hour for all hours worked outside of his/her previous work schedule, exclusive of overtime and only during the remainder of the employee's scheduled work week. 3.4 Rest Periods - Employees shall receive a rest period of fifteen (15) minutes on the City's time for each four (4) hours of working time. Rest periods shall be scheduled as near as possible to the midpoint of each four (4) hour work period. No employee shall be required to work more than three (3) hours without a rest period. By mutual agreement between the employee and the City, the rest periods may be taken at a time other than stated above. 3.5 Meal Perlods - Employees shall receive a meal period of thirty (30) minutes which shall be on the employee's own time and which shall commence no less than three (3) nor more than five (5) hours from the beginning of the shift. By mutual agreement between the employee and the City, the meal period may be taken at a time other than stated above. Employees who work more than three (3) hours longer than their normal workday may, at the option of the employee, receive an additional unpaid meal period before or during their overtime. 2021-2022 City of Federal Way Public Works and Parks Maintenance Employees ARTICLE IV OVERTIME AND SPECIAL PA 4.1 Overtime - "Overtime" is defined as authorized hours worked in excess of forty (40) hours in an employee's seven-day work week or eight (8) hours per day, unless an alternate work schedule has been established by the City for a particular work unit or individual. "Hours worked" for purposes of determining overtime pay shall include holidays, vacation and sick leave used for scheduled doctor and/or dental appointments, but shall not include any other time compensated but not worked. The standard "work week" consists of the period from midnight Saturday to 11:59 P.M. the following Saturday. 4.1.1 Overtime Rotation — A list of regular employees will be maintained for the Parks crew and a separate list will be maintained for the Public Works crews. When overtime is available, employees will be contacted and offered overtime in order beginning with the next employee on the applicable list following the employee who worked the last overtime opportunity until an employee is available to work the overtime. This rotation will continue for all overtime not related to shift completion or assigned special projects. 4.1.2 Mandatory Overtime - Should no employee accept overtime when it is offered pursuant to Section 4.1.1, then the employer will assign the overtime from the least senior to most senior employee. Seniority shall be determined based on length of time with the City. In no event shall an employee with less than six (6) months experience be assigned to mandatory overtime. Mandatory overtime shall not affect the overtime rotation in Section 4.1.1. 4.1.3 Maximum Consecutive Flours — Generally, the City will work to ensure that employees do not work more than 16 hours in a period of twenty-four (24) consecutive hours. In rare cases (during an emergency or other necessity), the City may waive this rule if, in the judgment of management, the 16-hour cap on consecutive hours worked can be exceeded safely. In cases where unscheduled or emergency work prevents a reasonable rest period before the employee's regularly scheduled shift begins, the employee will be directed to either begin his or her shift 4 hours late or skip the next work shift entirely, at the discretion of the supervisor. The employee will be compensated for the full eight (8) hour shift as if it had been worked normally. Management shall document in writing, with a copy to the affected employee, when this occurs including a statement that the employee will be compensated for time missed due to insufficient rest. 4.2 Compensatory Time - An employee may request compensatory time off in lieu of overtime payment, subject to approval and scheduling by the City. Compensatory time shall be taken at the rate of one and one-half (1-1/2) times the actual time worked. Employees shall be encouraged to use compensatory time accrued within ninety (90) days of earning it, whenever possible. In no event may compensatory time be accrued in excess of eighty (80) hours (i.e. 53.33 hours x 1.5 = 80 hours). 4.3 Callout - An employee who has left work and is called out to work after completion of his/her regular shift shall be paid a minimum of three (3) hours at one and one-half (1-1/2) times his/her regular straight -time hourly rate of pay. However, if the employee is called out less than two (2) hours from the time he/she is scheduled to start his/her regular shift, he/she shall receive one and one-half (1-1/2) times his/her regular straight -time hourly rate of pay only for such time as occurs before his/her regular starting time. All call -out time worked outside of the employee's regular work hours shall be paid at the rate of one and one-half (1-1/2) times the employee's regular straight time rate of pay. In the event the City grants a minimum callout greater than three (3) hours to another bargaining unit of City employees or the majority of other City employees, the Union shall have the right to reopen negotiations on the issue of minimum callout. 2021-2022 City of Federal Way Public Works and Parks Maintenance Employees 4.4 Standby - Except as otherwise provided herein, the current City policy regarding Standby Duty shall remain in effect. Standby duty may include week nights and weekends or other non -regular work hours. Standby hours will begin when an employee leaves work and end when the employee returns to work — except standby pay will not be paid Monday through Friday during the employee's normal work hours, including flex days or scheduled overtime work. Employees who are assigned Standby Duty shall receive three dollars and 00/100 ($3.00) per hour for each hour of Standby Duty. Employees on Standby Duty shall not consume alcohol or controlled substances. Whether or not Standby Duty is eliminated, modified or expanded shall remain at the sole discretion of the City. During emergency events, standby pay shall not be paid between shifts. An employee on Standby Duty who is called out shall receive the applicable Callout rate in addition to Standby Duty pay. 4.5 Temporary Assignment Pay - When an employee is temporarily assigned to assume substantial responsibilities as a substitute for an absent bargaining unit employee in a higher classification, the employee shall receive five percent (5%) above his regular rate of pay or Step A of the higher class (whichever is greater) for hours worked in such temporary assignment. No temporary assignment pay shall be paid for a period of time less than five (5) working days. The added compensation shall cease when the assignment ends. 4.5.1 Temporary assignment pay for assignments in which a bargaining unit employee works as a substitute in the absence of an employee working in a non -bargaining unit position shall be administered and compensated pursuant to applicable City policy. Any such assignment in excess of ten (10) consecutive working days shall be by mutual agreement between the employee and the City. 4.5.2 Unless otherwise provided herein, assignment of employees to temporary assignments in or out of the bargaining unit and the duration of such assignments shall remain at the sole discretion of the City. 4.6 Emergency Meal Reimbursement.- Emergency crews, with authorization of the City, may eat off the clock at area establishments specified by the Purchasing Manager. Such establishments shall directly bill the City. 4.7 Non -Emergency Travel - Employees shall be reimbursed for reasonable costs of vehicle operation, meals and lodging for travel and such related expenses away from the City in accordance with City policy. 4.8 Non -Pyramiding - Premium or overtime pay shall not be duplicated or pyramided. Unless required by the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), premium or overtime pay shall be based on the employee's regular straight -time rate of pay. Compensation shall not be paid more than once for the same hours under any provision of this Article or Agreement. Compensation received by any employee for reasons other than work actually performed at the employee's City job assignment, including but not limited to sick leave, vacation leave, holiday leave, funeral leave, compensatory time, civil and military leave shall not be pyramided one with another nor added to compensation for actual work performed during an employee's work schedule. 4.9 Emergency Shift — In the event that the City wishes to change the twelve-hour shifts in the event of a weather emergency, the schedule will be 11:30 p.m. to noon and 11:30 a.m. to midnight. 2021-2022 City of Federal Way Public Works and Parks Maintenance Employees ARTICLE V WAGES 5.1 The classifications of work and monthly rates of pay for employees covered by this Agreement shall be set forth within Appendix "A" to this Agreement which by this reference shall be incorporated herein as if set forth in full. Should it become necessary to establish a new job classification within the bargaining unit during the term of this Agreement, the City may designate a job classification title and salary for the classification. The salary for any new classification in the bargaining unit shall be subject to negotiations at such time as the salaries for the subsequent contract are negotiated, or six (6) months after the classification is established, whichever is earlier. ARTICLE VI HOLIDAYS 6.1 Employees shall receive the following holidays off with compensation at their regular straight -time hourly rate of pay: New Year's Day January 15' Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Birthday 3rd Monday of January President's Day 3rd Monday of February Memorial Day Last Monday of May Juneteenth June 191h (2022) Independence Day July 4th Labor Day 1 st Monday of September Veteran's Day November 11th Thanksgiving Day 4th Thursday of November Day Following Thanksgiving Day Christmas Day December 25th 6.1.1 Holidays shall be observed on those dates set by State law. Any holiday falling on Sunday shall be observed on the following Monday. Any holiday falling on Saturday shall be observed on the preceding Friday. 6.1.2 Holidays in addition to those set forth within this Article granted to another bargaining unit of City employees or the majority of other City employees shall be provided to the bargaining unit. 6.2 If a holiday occurs while an employee is on vacation or sick leave, the holiday shall be utilized rather than charged against the employee's accrued vacation or sick leave. 6.3 Regular employees employed as of January 1st and new regular employees starting employment between January 1st and June 30th of each year will accrue eight (8) hours as a Floating Holiday, and regular employees employed as of July 1st of each year will accrue an additional eight (8) hours as a second Floating Holiday and new regular employees starting between July 1st and December 31st will accrue eight (8) hours as a Floating Holiday. The floating holidays must be used during the calendar year. No unpaid floating holiday will be paid out upon termination of employment. 6.4 Employees scheduled to work on a holiday shall receive his/her regular holiday compensation plus time and one-half for actual time worked as long he/she doesn't take another day off in exchange for that day and hasn't used any sick or other compensated time off (excluding vacation time) during that week, as provided in Section 4.1. If an employee elects to take another day off in exchange for the holiday, the employee shall schedule such time off with the approval of his supervisor and shall be paid his regular straight time rate in lieu of being paid the additional time and one half for hours worked on the holiday. 2021-2022 City of Federal Way Public Works and Parks Maintenance Employees 6.5 In the event the observation of a holiday falls on an employee's regular day off, the employee shall be granted another day off with pay, which date shall be by mutual agreement between the employee and the supervisor. 6.6 All full-time employees shall receive eight (8) hours of pay per holiday. Those employees whose work schedule consists of other than an eight (8) hour work day may use accrued vacation leave or compensatory time to supplement the holiday pay in order to receive the entire workday off with pay. In lieu of using accrued leave for such purpose, the employee may request to work additional hours in the same scheduled workweek, which hours shall be mutually agreed upon in advance between the employee and the employee's supervisor. ARTICLE VII VACATIONS 7.1 Full-time employees shall accrue vacation leave at the following rate: Initial hire through the fifth (5th) Eight (8) hours per month complete year of continuous employment After five (5) full years of continuous Eleven (11) hours per month employment After ten (10) full years of continuous Twelve and (12.5) hours per month employment After fifteen (15) full years of continuous Fifteen (15) hours per month employment After twenty (20) full years of continuous Seventeen (17) hours per month em to ment After twenty five (25) full years of Eighteen (18) hours per month continuous employment 7.2 Vacation leave may be used as soon as it is accrued. Vacations shall be scheduled at such times as the City finds most suitable after considering the wishes of the employee and the requirements of the department. 7.3 An employee may not carry over to each subsequent calendar year more than two hundred forty (240) hours of vacation. 7.4 Upon the effective date of the termination of an employee's employment, such employee shall thereupon be entitled to a sum of money equal to the employee's current straight -time hourly rate for any accrued unused vacation leave time up to a maximum of 240 hours, which shall be paid on the employee's final paycheck. 7.5 Service Leave — Regular employees in positions not eligible for Sabbatical Leave per Employee Guideline 8.12 will be provided a one-time accrual of 40 hours (pro -rated for regular part-time employees) of vacation leave after each consecutive 10 year period of continuous employment (ie: after 10 years, 20 years, 30 years, etc.). ARTICLE Vill LEAVES 8.1 Sick Leave - Full-time employees shall accumulate sick leave pay at the rate of eight (8) hours per month of service to a maximum of seven hundred twenty (720) hours. Accumulated sick leave pay shall be paid at the employee's regular straight -time hourly rate of pay from and including the employee's first (1st) working day absent. 2021-2022 City of Federal Way Public Works and Parks Maintenance Employees 8.1.1 Sick leave benefits may be used for bona fide cases of sickness, accidents, doctor and dental appointments of the employee, and to care for a dependent child (including step or foster) under the age of eighteen (18) who has a health condition that requires treatment or supervision, a spouse, domestic partner, parent, parent -in-law, or grandparent of the employee who has a serious health condition as more particularly described in WAC 296- 130. 8.1.2 Up to two hundred forty (240) hours of accrued sick leave may be used to care for the healthy newborn within twelve (12) months of the birth, adoption, or placement for foster care. This leave runs concurrent with applicable Federal and State family leave law available to the employee and does not extend available leave beyond that required by law. Approval of the schedule for using this leave is at the sole discretion of the City. 8.1.3 Washington Paid Sick Leave — Pursuant to Chapter 296-128-600 through 296-128-770 of the Washington Administrative Code (WAC) and Revised Code of Washington 49.46.210, Washington Paid Sick Leave is available to Union members to care for their health and the health of their family members. Washington Paid Sick Leave may be used for: an employee's mental or physical illness, injury or health condition; preventive care such as a medical, dental or optical appointments and/or treatment; care of a family member with an illness, injury, health condition and/or preventive care such as a medical, dental, optical appointment; closure of the employee's place of business or child's school/place of care by order of a public official for any health - related reasons; and when the employee or the employee's family member is a victim of domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking. Authorized use of Washington Paid Sick Leave for domestic violence, sexual assault or stalking includes: seeking legal or law enforcement assistance or remedies to ensure the health and safety of employee's and their family members including, but not limited to, preparing for, or participating in, any civil or criminal legal proceeding related to or derived from domestic violence, sexual assault or stalking; seeking treatment by a health care provider for physical or mental injuries caused by domestic violence, sexual assault or stalking; attending health care treatment for a victim who is the employee's family member; obtaining, or assisting the employee's family member(s) in obtaining services from a domestic violence shelter, a rape crisis center, or a social services program for relief from domestic violence, sexual assault or stalking; obtaining, or assisting a family member in obtaining, mental health counseling related to an incident of domestic violence, sexual assault or stalking in which the employee or the employee's family member was a victim of domestic violence, sexual assault or stalking; and, participating, for the employee or the employee's family member(s), in safety planning, or temporary or permanent relocation, or other actions to increase the safety from future incidents of domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking. For purposes of Washington Paid Sick Leave, "family member" is defined as: a biological, adopted, or foster child, stepchild, or a child to whom the employee stands in loco parentis or legal guardian, or is a de facto parent, regardless of age or dependency status; a biological, adoptive, de facto, or foster parent, stepparent, or legal guardian of an employee or the employee's spouse or domestic partner, or a person who stood in loco parentis when the employee was a minor child; a spouse, domestic partner, grandparent, grandchild, or sibling. Accrual — As established by law, an employee shall accrue one (1) hour of Washington Paid Sick Leave for every forty (40) hours worked. Washington Paid Sick Leave will accrue in conjunction with regular sick leave according to the collective bargaining agreement. 10 2021-2022 City of Federal Way Public Works and Parks Maintenance Employees Carr�rd — The total sick leave hours that will be carried forward at year-end, for both standard sick leave and Washington Paid Sick leave, will be seven hundred sixty (760) hours. This will include a maximum of forty (40) hours of Washington Paid Sick Leave as provided by law. If an employee is not at the maximum carry forward of seven hundred sixty (760) hours, any hours of Washington Paid Sick Leave in excess of the forty (40) hour carry forward amount will be transferred to the City sick leave bank, so that the employee does not lose hours that they previously would have banked prior to the establishment of Washington Paid Sick Leave. In no case will more than a combined total of seven hundred sixty (760) hours be carried forward. Verification of Absences Exceeding Three Days — If an employee is seeking to use or has used Washington Paid Sick Leave for authorized purposes for more than three (3) consecutive days during which the employee is/was required to work, the employee may be required to provide documentation that establishes or confirms that the use of paid sick leave is for an authorized purpose. Reinstatement of Employment — Employees separating or retiring from employment will not be provided with financial or other reimbursement for unused, accrued Washington State Paid Sick Leave. If an employee leaves employment and is rehired within twelve (12) months of separation, any accrued, unused paid sick leave will be reinstated to the employee's paid sick leave bank. Should the reinstatement occur in a new fiscal year, the maximum bank will be the forty (40) hours carry over provided that the employee had forty (40) or more hours banked upon separation. Retaliation Prohibited — Pursuant to Chapter 296-128-770 of the WAC, any discrimination or retaliation against an employee for lawful exercise of paid sick leave rights is prohibited. Employees will not be disciplined for the lawful use of Washington Paid Sick Leave. 8.1.4 If an employee exhausts his/her accrued sick leave, the employee has the option to use accrued vacation leave or compensatory time. 8.1.5 If the job related injury or illness requires the employee to be absent from work, the employee will be paid his/her regular pay for up to thirty (30) work days. The employee is "kept on salary" and is not required to use accrued leave and will not be eligible for State industrial insurance time loss payments. After thirty (30) "kept on salary" days, if the employee is not able to return to work, he/she will then be eligible for State industrial insurance time loss payments according to a set formula based on marital status and number of dependents. The City will continue to pay its portion of the health insurance premiums while the employee is "kept on salary." 8.1.6 Paid Family Medical Leave -- Washington Paid Family and Medical Leave (PFML) — Employees are eligible to apply for Washington Paid Family and Medical Leave as outlined in Employee Guideline 8.4. For this bargaining unit, the City has designated Washington paid sick leave, sick leave, vacation and compensatory time as a supplemental benefit under the PFML law. Employees may use such available accrued leave in accordance with the applicable policy, even if the employee also seeks PFML benefits for the same week. Important Note: when submitting a weekly PFNL benefit application to ESD, an employee should not report the receipt of supplemental accrued leave to Employment Security Department; this will ensure that the full PFML benefit is received for the week. The City will not retroactively top off any PFML benefit received or buy back any accrued leave taken. Union agrees to language above. 11 2021-2022 City of Federal Way Public Works and Parks Maintenance Employees 8.2 Bereavement Leave - An employee who has a member of his immediate family taken by death shall receive at the employee's option up to thirty (30) regularly scheduled hours off with pay as bereavement leave. Upon approval by the Employer an additional fifty (50) regularly scheduled hours of sick leave may be used by the employee. 8.2.1 "Immediate family" shall be defined as wife, husband, domestic partner, daughter, son, mother, father, sister, brother, aunt, uncle, mother-in-law, father-in-law, sister-in-law, brother-in-law, grandmother, grandfather, grandchildren, and equivalent step relations. 8.2.2 With Employer approval, an employee may use up to eight (8) hours of sick leave to attend the funeral of a close friend or relative other than those set forth within Section 8.2.1. 8.2.3 Based on unusual circumstances, the Employer may construe more broadly the definition of immediate family to other persons living within the employee's household, or others related to the employee by blood or marriage, or to established relationship having attributes to familial ties. 8.3 Jury Leave - The City acknowledges that its employees have obligations as citizens to serve on juries and jury panels, and to appear in court as subpoenaed witnesses. Employees will be provided up to sixty (60) regularly scheduled hours leave with pay per summons to participate as jurors or subpoenaed witnesses, unless appearing as a witness, plaintiff, or defendant against the City in legal action. Compensation received by the employee, with the exception of mileage reimbursements, shall be reimbursed to the City to the end that the employee shall not receive more total compensation in the form of regular pay and compensation for jury duty than the employee would normally receive as wages from the City. The City shall have the right, at the City's expense and after consulting with the employee, to request the court to excuse the employee from any or all jury duty if there are circumstances that would make the absence of the employee an undue hardship on the City or other personnel. 8.3.1 If an employee has sufficient time to work one-half (1/2) day or more after being dismissed from jury duty or while waiting to be impaneled, he shall report to work that day. 8.4 Leave of Absence - Leaves of absence shall be at the discretion of the City. If approved by the City, an employee may take a leave of absence without pay or benefits. A leave of thirty one (31) days or less shall not constitute a break in service. No seniority shall accrue during a leave of absence that exceeds thirty-one (31) calendar days; provided however, seniority shall continue to accrue during Family Medical Leave under Section 8.7. Upon expiration of a leave of thirty one (31) days or less, the employee shall be returned to his previously held job position. 8.5 Temporary Disability Leave - Employees who are physically unable to perform the functions of their position for medical reasons other than on the job injuries and who have exhausted all accrued sick leave may, at the discretion of the City, be placed on temporary disability leave. A written request for a temporary disability leave must be submitted to the department director, along with a doctor's certification indicating the nature of the medical problem and the anticipated length of absence. The City may request written verification from a licensed medical doctor that the employee is physically disabled and verification of the extent of such disability and the projected date for return to work. Temporary disability leave shall only be granted for the period of disability and shall not exceed six (6) months. The Employer shall continue health insurance coverage for the employee only under COBRA during such leave, which shall be without pay. Upon the expiration of the temporary disability leave, the employee may request a leave of absence. 12 2021-2022 City of Federal Way Public Works and Parks Maintenance Employees 8.6 Shared Leave - Employees shall be eligible for shared leave in accordance with current City policy. 8.7 Family and Medical Leave - For the purposes of determining the twelve (12) week leave period provided by the Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993, such period shall run concurrent with the employee's accrued paid leave benefits. The amount of leave available for use is based on a rolling twelve (12) month period. 8.7.1 Washington Family Care — Employees may use sick leave for family care purposes in accordance with state law and the City's Employee Guidelines. 8.8 MilitarV Leave - Employees shall be granted leave for official military duty in accordance with applicable state and federal law. ARTICLE IX HEALTH AND WELFARE BENEFITS 9.1 Medical Insurance — The City shall pay each month one hundred percent (100%) of the premium necessary to purchase employee coverage and ninety percent (90%) of the premiums necessary for the purchase of dependent coverage (excluding spouses/partners who are eligible for other coverage through their place of employment) under Group Health PPO or Group Health HMO insurance plans as selected by the employee. The City will reimburse actual expenses incurred in order to cover the annual deductible payments for "out -of -network" services under the PPO Plan ($100 individual, max $300 family). The City will provide a Plan A and Plan B for both the PPO and HMO Plan. The City will offer two tiers of co -pays for health insurance depending on participation in the City's Wellness Program. Employees and covered spouses/partners will be on the lower co -pay plan (Plan A) if they earn 1000 points (complete required Biometric Screening and Health Screening Questionnaire and earn 500 additional points) by October 31 of the previous year. Refusal to participate in the Wellness Program or failure to meet the wellness requirement will result in coverage under Plan B with a higher co -pay amount, but shall not otherwise impact the status of the employee at the City. The City may add an option for a High Deductible plan. 9.1.1 The Union will work with the City to ensure that the City is not required to pay any excise tax under the Affordable Care Act. 9.2 Dental Insurance - The City shall pay each month one hundred percent (100%) of the premium necessary for the purchase of employee and dependent coverage under the Association of Washington Cities Dental Service Plan F. 9.3 Vision Insurance - The City shall pay each month one hundred percent (100%) of the premium necessary for the purchase of employee and dependent coverage under the Association of Washington Cities Western Vision Service Plan. 9.4 Life Insurance - There shall be no reduction in the life, long-term disability, and accidental death and dismemberment insurance benefits currently available to employees and their dependents. 9.5 Modifications — Benefit changes made by the insurer or the AWC Benefits Trust Board outside the control of the City shall not be prohibited. 13 2021-2022 City of Federal Way Public Works and Parks Maintenance Employees 9.6 Teamsters Pension - The bargaining unit shall have the right to divert a portion of any wage increases provided by this Agreement to the Western Conference of Teamsters Pension Trust at such time and in such amounts as may be determined by the bargaining unit. 9.7 Federal Way Community Center Membership — Union members will be eligible to participate in the Federal Way Community Center's employee discount program as outlined in the Employee Guidelines. ARTICLE X EQUIPMENT, UNIFORMS AND TRAINING 10.1 Equipment - The City shall provide each regular employee any safety equipment or protective clothing required as a condition of employment; including rain gear and steel - toed rubber boots. The City will provide seasonal employees with access to rain gear, rubber boots and any safety required equipment. 10.2 Uniforms - The City shall continue to provide a standard issue of uniforms for employees. An employee may request an alternate combination of the uniform in order to best fit their needs related to the job assignment; provided however, that such combination shall not result in greater costs to the City than the standard issue. Following the initial uniform issue, the replacement of uniform items shall be based on need and any replacement requests must be authorized by the employee's supervisor. For the purposes of this Section, the standard uniform issue shall consist of: One (1) jacket Five (5) shirts Five (5) work pants Two (2) sweatshirts One (1) coverall 10.3 Safety Boots - The City will provide one (1) pair of steel -toes boots up to two hundred twenty-five dollars ($225) per year or four hundred fifty dollars ($450) over a two-year period. The City will use the same purchase system as used in Section 10.2 above. 10.4 Trainin - The City shall compensate employees to attend Employer required training necessary for maintenance of mandatory job related certifications unless the employee fails to recertify, in which case time spent retesting shall be on the employee's own time and at no cost to the City. Employees required to attend such training shall be paid at the employee's regular straight -time hourly rate of pay unless otherwise required by the Fair Labor Standards Act. The City shall reimburse costs reasonably related to such training. Reimbursement for travel and other related expenses shall be in accordance with City policy. ARTICLE XI DISCIPLINE 11.1 The City shall not discipline or discharge any post -probationary employee without just cause. Disciplinary action shall be progressive in nature; provided however, prior disciplinary actions shall not be required when the cause of suspension or discharge is theft, intoxication, disregard of public or employee safety, insubordination or acts of parallel magnitude. The nature and severity of the discipline shall be determined on an individual basis according to the particular circumstances. Disciplinary actions shall be administered in a timely fashion. A copy of any written notice of disciplinary action, except for notations of verbal warnings located in supervisor files per Section 11.2, shall be sent to the Union at the time it is issued to the employee. 14 2021-2022 City of Federal Way Public Works and Parks Maintenance Employees 11.1.1 Following a documented verbal or a written disciplinary notice, if an employee has no further incidents for three (3) years, those previously documented verbal warnings and/or written disciplinary notices will not be considered in future disciplinary matters. 11.2 Various disciplinary actions available may include, but are not limited to, the following: verbal warning (notation will be placed in the employee's supervisor file), written warning, suspension without pay, and discharge. Unless otherwise agreed, any disciplinary actions shall remain in the employee's personnel file and given appropriate weight in subsequent personnel actions. 11.3 Discipline shall continue to be administered in accordance with Section 11.3 of the City's Employee Guidelines as they presently exist or are hereafter amended. In the event of a conflict between the Employee Guidelines and the provisions of the Article, the provisions of this Article shall prevail. 11.4 When an employee is required by the City to attend an interview conducted by the City for purposes of investigating an incident which may lead to the loss of pay or position of that employee, the City shall advise the employee that he has the right to be accompanied at the investigatory interview by a representative of the Union. It is recognized that the employee may not insist that a particular Union representative be present. The foregoing provisions shall not apply to such run-of-the-mill conversations as, for example, the giving of instructions, training, employee evaluations or needed correction of work techniques; nor shall they apply to meetings at which discipline is simply administered. 11.5 The Union shall have the right to appeal any disciplinary action through the grievance procedure to determine whether the employee was properly disciplined; provided however, that appeal of any discipline to Step 3 of the grievance procedure shall be limited to disciplinary actions by the City that result in loss of pay (i.e. suspension) or position (i.e. discharge) of an employee. Other forms of discipline may be appealed through Step 1 and 2 of the grievance procedure and the decision of the Mayor shall be final. 11.6 Except in cases of discharge, if the grievance procedure in Article XII will be used, the Union shall request in writing that the discipline not be administered unless and/or until it is sustained following completion of the grievance procedure. ARTICLE XII GRIEVANCE PROCEDURE 12.1 A grievance shall be defined as a dispute pertaining to the proper application and interpretation of any and all of the provisions of this Agreement. The sole and exclusive method of processing grievances shall be by utilizing the following procedure: 12.1.1 STEP 1 - A grievance shall first be presented to the employee's immediate supervisor within fourteen (14) calendar days of its occurrence, or the date the employee should have reasonably known of its occurrence (but in no event more than 60 days), or it shall not be subject to the grievance procedure. Upon receiving the grievance, the Supervisor shall meet with the employee within fourteen (14) calendar days and shall attempt to resolve the grievance within fourteen (14) calendar days of said meeting, with a copy to the Union. In the case where the Union wishes to notify the City of a grievance on behalf of an employee, said notification will be done in writing. 12.1.2 STEP 2 - If the grievance is not resolved at STEP 1, the grievance, in writing, may be presented to the Department Director by the Union. The written grievance shall be submitted to the City within fourteen (14) calendar days of the Union's receipt of the STEP 1 response. The written grievance shall include a statement of the issue, the Section of the Agreement allegedly violated and the remedy sought. The Department Director shall 15 2021-2022 City of Federal Way Public Works and Parks Maintenance Employees thereupon schedule a meeting with the Union Representative for purposes of attempting to resolve the grievance. The Department Director shall issue a written response to the grievance within fourteen (14) calendar days after the grievance meeting. 12.1.3 STEP 3 - If the grievance is not resolved at STEP 2, the grievance may be advanced to the Mayor or designee within fourteen (14) calendar days of the Union's receipt of the STEP 2 response. The Mayor or designee shall thereupon schedule a meeting with the Union Representative for purposes of attempting to resolve the grievance. The Mayor or designee shall issue a written response to the grievance within fourteen (14) calendar days after the grievance meeting. 12.1.4 STEP 4 - If the grievance is not resolved at STEP 3, the Union may refer the matter to a third (3rd) neutral party who shall serve as an impartial arbitrator. The notice to arbitrate shall first be made to the Mayor or designee within fourteen (14) calendar days of the Union's receipt of the STEP 3 response. As soon as possible thereafter, the parties shall request a list of names from the Washington State Public Employment Relations Commission (PERC) Dispute Resolution Panel and shall meet to select the arbitrator by alternately striking names from the list of PERC arbitrators until only one (1) name remains. The remaining names shall serve as the impartial arbitrator who shall conduct a hearing and issue a decision which shall be final and binding upon all parties to the dispute. 12.2 If any of the arbitrators are not available, a replacement shall be selected by mutual agreement of the parties. 12.3 The arbitrator shall have no power to change, alter, detract from or add to the provisions of this Agreement, but shall have the power only to apply and interpret the provisions of this Agreement in reaching a decision. 12.4 Each party shall bear the expense of presenting its own case. The expense of the arbitrator shall be borne equally by the City and the Union. 12.5 The timelines contained within each step of the Grievance Procedure may be waived/extended by agreement between the Employer and the Union. ARTICLE XIII MISCELLANEOUS 13.1 Gender - Wherever words denoting a specific gender are used in this Agreement, they are intended and shall be construed so as to apply to either gender. 13.2 Benefits for Regular Part -Time Employees - Except as otherwise provided in this Agreement, regular part-time employees shall receive holidays, vacation, leaves, and health and welfare benefits on a pro rata basis in the same percentage as the employee's regularly scheduled hours relate to a forty (40) hour week. For example, if a regular part- time employee normally works twenty (20) hours per week, the employee shall receive 20/40ths, or fifty percent (50%), of the benefits received by a full-time employee. 13.3 Labor -Management Conference Committee - The City and the Union shall establish a Joint Labor -Management Conference Committee which shall be comprised of participants from both the City and the Union. The function of the Committee shall be to meet periodically to discuss issues of general interest and/or concern, as opposed to individual complaints, for the purpose of establishing a harmonious working relationship between the employees, the City and the Union. It is not the purpose of the Committee to reopen collective bargaining negotiations or to change the terms of this Agreement. Either the City or the Union may request a meeting of the Committee. The party requesting the meeting shall do so in writing listing the issues they wish to discuss. 16 2021-2022 City of Federal Way Public Works and Parks Maintenance Employees 13.3.1 In the event a contracting out decision by the City is expected to result in the layoff of bargaining unit member(s), the Union may address the issue(s) in advance in Labor - Management Conference Committee pursuant to Article 13.3. 13.4 Entire Agreement - The Agreement expressed herein in writing constitutes the entire agreement between the parties and no oral statement shall add to or supersede any of its provisions. Anything not covered by this Agreement shall not be construed as part of this Agreement. 13.5 Continuation of Work - The Union and its members, as individuals or as a group, will not initiate, cause, permit, or participate in any strike, work stoppage, slowdown, or join in any strike, work stoppage, slow down, or any other restriction of work. Employees in the bargaining unit, while acting in the course of their employment, shall not honor any picket line established by any other labor organization when called upon to cross such picket line in the line of duty provided, however, that the City will not require employees to cross a picket line when notified by the employees of circumstances which a reasonable person would perceive as a clear, imminent threat of violence to the employees. Disciplinary action, up to and including discharge, may be taken by the City against any employee or employees engaged in a violation of this Article. 13.5.1 In the event of a strike, work stoppage, slowdown, observance of a picket line, or other restriction of work in any form, either on the basis of individual choice or collective employee conduct, the Union will immediately upon notification attempt to secure an immediate and orderly return to work of employees under the Union's jurisdiction. 13.5.2 Failure of an employee to return to work within twenty-four (24) hours of notice by the Union or Employer that such failure to comply is in violation of this Article shall forfeit their right to protest discipline or discharge through the grievance procedure. 13.6.1 Drug and Alcohol Testing. - The parties have agreed to implement the Department of transportation requirements for CDL drug and alcohol testing and the City of Federal Way Drug and Alcohol Testing Policy and Procedure. The agreement of the parties shall be made part of this Agreement and incorporated herein. 13.7 Union Business. The City shall afford a reasonable amount of time for union meetings on City property during breaks or lunch periods. The City reserves the right to refuse to allow the meeting on City property when it determines that the meeting will interfere with City operations. The union representative and/or employees shall give the supervisor as much advance notice as reasonably possible. 13.8 Domestic Partner — A person whom a City employee identifies as his or her domestic partner by completing an Affidavit of Domestic Partnership will be provided the same consideration as an employee's "spouse" and spouse's family member for purposes of this Agreement. 13.9 The City will provide site security during property clean-ups whenever the supervisor assesses a likelihood that the site is occupied, or third parties may be present. If persons who are not city employees are found on site while site security is not present, the supervisor will take immediate action to arrange security or terminate the clean-up. ARTICLE XIV MANAGEMENT RIGHTS 14.1 Except as otherwise expressly provided in this Agreement, the City has the right to determine how to provide municipal services, including without limitation, the right to contract out or assign bargaining unit work to non -bargaining unit personnel and to non - City employees; to contract out for goods and services (the City recognizes the intrinsic 17 2021-2022 City of Federal Way Public Works and Parks Maintenance Employees value of employing regular full-time staff); to determine and modify hours of work and work schedules; to schedule vacation leave and other absences from work; to hire, layoff, promote, demote, train and transfer employees; to determine and modify job designs, duties and qualifications of job classifications; to assign work and make use of the valuable contributory service of volunteers; to manage and direct employees; to establish and enforce reasonable rules and regulations and standards of performance, attendance and conduct; to discipline and discharge employees; to determine the size and composition of the workforce; to determine the methods, location, means and processes by which work shall be accomplished; to determine and modify the services to be rendered; to evaluate employees; to schedule overtime work as required and most advantageous to the City; to determine safety, health and property protection measures for the City; to select and use equipment and supplies; to require medical/physical examinations as necessary to ensure that employees are medically qualified to perform the essential functions of thejob; to build, move or modify its facilities; to take whatever actions are necessary in the event of an emergency; and to perform all other functions not expressly limited by this Agreement. ;Employee Guidelines - The City of Federal Way Policies (e.g. Employee Guidelines) shall apply to members of this bargaining unit. However, in the event of a conflict between a provision of this Agreement and any guideline, regulation, ordinance and/or rule of the City, the provision of this Agreement shall control. It is also expressly understood that the grievance procedures in this Agreement completely replace (and are not in addition to) any process set forth in such Federal Way Policies and completely replace any appeal process of any other City Board, Department, Commission or Agency of the City, and further that employees covered in this Agreement shall not have recourse to any such set of procedures. In addition, the parties agree that the City has the sole right to amend, modify, adopt or change any policies (that are not mandatory subjects of bargaining), including the Employee Guidelines, without first negotiating such change with the Union. ARTICLE XV SAVINGS CLAUSE 15.1 Should any provision of this Agreement be held invalid by operation of law or by any tribunal of competent jurisdiction, or if compliance or enforcement or any provision should be retained by such tribunal pending a final determination as to its validity, the remainder of this Agreement shall not be held invalid and shall remain in full force and effect. The City and the Union shall enter into immediate collective bargaining negotiations upon the request of either party for the purpose of arriving at a mutually satisfactory replacement for such provision during the period of invalidity or restraint. 18 2021-2022 City of Federal Way Public Works and Parks Maintenance Employees ARTICLE XVI DURATION 16.1 Except for those provisions that state otherwise, this Agreement shall be effective January 01, 2021, and shall remain in full force and effect through December 31, 2022. PUBLIC, PROFESSIONAL & OFFICE -CLERICAL CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON EMPLOYEES AND DRIVERS LOCAL UNION NO. 763, affiliated with the International Brotherhood of Teamsters By By Scott A. Sullivan, Secretary -Treasurer Jim Ferrell, Mayor Date M Date APPROVED AS TO FORM J. Ryan Call, City Attorney 2021-2022 City of Federal Way Public Works and Parks Maintenance Employees APPENDIX "A" to the AGREEMENT by and between CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON and PUBLIC, PROFESSIONAL & OFFICE -CLERICAL EMPLOYEES AND DRIVERS LOCAL UNION NO. 763 (Representing the Public Works and Park Department Maintenance Employees) January 01, 2021 through December 31, 2022 THIS APPENDIX is supplemental to the AGREEMENT by and between the CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON, hereinafter referred to as the City, and PUBLIC, PROFESSIONAL & OFFICE -CLERICAL EMPLOYEES AND DRIVERS LOCAL UNION NO. 763, affiliated with the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, hereinafter referred to as the Union. A.1 Effective January 1, 2021, the classifications covered by this agreement rates of pay shall be as follows, which includes a 2.753% increase: CLASSIFICATION MONTHLY RATES OF PAY Range/Title A B C D E F 14 Custodian 3427 3581 3742 3912 4086 4340 21 MW1 4334 4530 4732 4944 5170 5436 26 MW2 4787 5001 5226 5462 5705 6061 26 Aquatic Facility 4787 5001 5226 5462 5705 6061 Operator A.1.1 Effective January 1, 2022 the classifications covered by this agreement rates of pay shall be as follows, which includes a 3% increase: CLASSIFICATION MONTHLY RATES OF PAY Range/Title A B C D E F 14 Custodian 3530 3688 3855 4029 4209 4470 21 MW1 4464 4666 4874 5093 5325 5599 26 MW2 4931 5151 5383 5626 5876 6243 MW3 5381 5623 5876 6140 6416 6814 26 Aquatic Facility 5381 5623 5876 6140 6416 6814 Operator A.2 The entry-level pay range of MW1 is an entry level position and any new hires will be automatically advanced to the MW2 range after meeting the minimal requirements for the position, to include three years of experience. Upon completion and agreement of the new MW positions above, employees who qualify and meet the minimum qualifications of the position will transition into the new pay scale of the appropriate position. Effective January 1, 2022 all current MW1 who qualify will transition to the MW2 pay scale at the appropriate rate of pay. The same will go for all MW2 who are transitioning to MW3. The 1- 1-2022 adjustments shall not exceed six and a half percent (6.5%) for any employee. 20 2021-2022 City of Federal Way Public Works and Parks Maintenance Employees A.3 In any year covered by this contract, if the non -represented employees of the City receive an across-the-board increase in wages that exceeds the increases listed in A.1. of this agreement, the Union employee wages will increase by the same percentage rate as the non -represented employees. A.4 In any year covered by this contract, if the City implements a City-wide comparable wage study ("comp study") that will cover those employees that are not represented by a bargaining unit, the City agrees to include the members of the Union in the study and include the Union's members in any across-the-board pay increase implemented in response to a comp study. A.5 COMMERICAL DRIVERS LICENSE (CDL) TRAINING For positions where the employer requires an employee to obtain a Class A, Commercial Driver's License (CDL) as a requirement of their job, the employer shall pay for all the initial training and certifications fees. The training and certifications will be provided by an approved vendor of the employer's choice and subject to all Department of Transportation (DOT) regulations. Should an employee voluntarily resign or be separated with cause within the first twelve (12) months after completing the City -paid CDL training, the employee shall reimburse the City one - hundred percent (100%) of the total cost of the CDL course. Should the employee voluntarily resign or be separated with cause within twenty-four (24) months after completing the CDL training course, the employee will repay fifty (50%) percent of the total cost for the CDL training course. The City is authorized and shall have the right to deduct and withhold part or all of such reimbursements from an employee's salary, annual leave, or other amounts due to the employee and may seek recovery of such reimbursements by any other legal means. Any outstanding monies owed the City must be paid in full within sixty (60) days after the last day of employment. A.5 The City reserves the right to hire seasonal employees at a rate higher than listed, so long as the rate does not does not exceed the rate of MW1 Step 1. Effective January 1, 2022, the rates of pay for Season al/Temporary Employees covered by this Agreement, shall be as follows: Year 1 °' j Year 2 1 Year 3 f Year 4 Year 5 $18.00 1 $18.50 1 $19.00 1 $19.50 $20.00 21 2021-2022 City of Federal Way Public Works and Parks Maintenance Employees The City agrees to give Seasonal workers with acceptable performance from the previous year the first right of refusal for new seasonal positions within the same division available the following year. Offers will be made according to greatest hours previously worked (within the division) and performance. After working an initial 347 hours in any division or department covered by this CBA, seasonals become bargaining unit members and remain members upon the first hour of subsequent reemployment, regardless of the division or department (so long as covered by this CBA) in which the seasonal is reemployed. PUBLIC, PROFESSIONAL & OFFICE -CLERICAL EMPLOYEES AND DRIVERS LOCAL UNION NO. 763, affiliated with the International Brotherhood of Teamsters By Scott A. Sullivan, Secretary -Treasurer Date By Date CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON Jim Ferrell, Mayor APPROVED AS TO FORM: J. Ryan Call, City Attorney 22 2021-2022 City of Federal Way Public Works and Parks Maintenance Employees COUNCIL MEETING DATE: October 5, 2021 ITEM #:. 6b� CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL SUBJECT: CATERING SERVICES AT DUMAS BAY CENTRE POLICY QUESTION: SHOULD THE CITY COUNCIL AUTHORIZE THE USE OF SALARY SAVINGS FROM THE DEPARTURE OF THE CHEF TO HIRE CATERING SERVICES THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2021, FOR DUMAS BAY CENTRE? COMMITTEE: N/A MEETING DATE: N/A CATEGORY: ❑ Consent ❑ Ordinance ❑ Public Hearing ® City Council Business ❑ Resolution ❑ Other STAFF REPORT BY: John Hutton, Parks Director DEPT: Parks Attachments: 1. Staff Report Options Considered: MAYOR'S 1. Approve the proposed use of salary savings to hire catering services through December 31, 2021, for the Dumas Bay Centre. 2. Do not approve the use of salary savings to hire catering services and provide direction to staff. : Option 1. MAYOR APPROVALCewl& r� DIRECTOR APPROVAL: l2lou Cnt e Cau it InitiailDam Initial/Date Initia ate COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: N/A Committee Chair Committee Member Committee Member PROPOSED COUNCIL MOTION: "I move approval of the proposed use of salary savings to hire catering services for the Dumas Bay Centre through December 31, 2021 ". iffiffia BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: ❑ APPROVED COUNCIL BILL # ❑ DENIED First reading ❑ TABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION Enactment reading ❑ MOVED TO SECOND READING (ordinances only) ORDINANCE # REVISED - 4/2019 RESOLUTION # CITY OF FEDERAL WAY MEMORANDUM DATE: October 5, 2021 TO: City Council Members VIA: Jim Ferrell, Mayor FROM: John Hutton, Parks Director illl�l SUBJECT: Catering service at Dumas Bay Centre Financial Iin pacts: The City budgeted for catering service for the Dumas Bay Centre in the current budget through the staffing of the chef position. As of September 29, 2021, we have $49,093.00 in food service booked for the remaining 3 months in 2021. This number can fluctuate some with clients changing the number of guests served within certain timeframes as costs are determined by the business booked, number of guests, and the menu chosen by the rental client. The sudden departure of our chef has necessitated that we hire a caterer for catering services now to meet the business booked through the end of 2021. This cost was not included within the current approved budget as we did not anticipate the departure of the chef. However, we propose to fund contracting out for this service by the savings we will realize by not having a chef on staff and Dumas Bay Centre rental fees. We are evaluating our options during this time -frame. The revenue to the City for rentals and food service at the Dumas Bay Centre will continue to be booked as usual and the costs of the caterer's labor and food procurement will be paid through contract and invoices per standard City procedures. Rev. 7/18 COUNCIL MEETING DATE: October 5, 2021 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL SUBJECT: COMMUNICATION OF CHANGE IN INVESTMENT STRATEGY ITEM#: 6C POLICY QUESTION: Should the Council approve staffs proposed course of action, implementing existing investment policy? COMMITTEE: Finance, Economic Development and Regional Affairs Committee MEETING DATE: September 28, 2021 CATEGORY: ® Consent ❑ Ordinance ❑ Public Hearing ❑ City Council Business ❑ Resolution ❑ Other STAFF REPORT BY: Steve Groom, Finance Director .. DEPT -Finance Attachments: 1. Staff Report and proposed course of action 2. Presentation slides Options Considered: 1. Approve the attached staff report and proposed course of action. 2. Do not approve proposed course of action and provide direction to staff, MAYOR'S RECOMME ION: Option 1. MAYOR APPROVAL: q b IgI DIRECTOR APPROVAL: '*7Izl COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: Forward the proposed implementation of the existing investment policy to the October 5, 2021 e-Pm&ettt agenda for approval. 'Ns i V)I% -y 1) - & Committee Chair Committee Member Committee Member PROPOSED COUNCIL MOTION: " (RF_►_OW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: ❑ APPROVED COUNCIL BILL # ❑ DENIED First reading ❑ TABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION Enactment reading ❑ MOVED TO SECOND READING (ordinances only) ORDINANCE # REVISED - 4/2019 RESOLUTION # CITY of - . Federal Way DATE: September 28, 2021 TO: FEDRAC Committee VIA: Jim Ferrell, Mayor FROM: Steve Groom, Finance Director SUBJECT: Communicating Change in Investment Strategy FINANCE DEPARTMENT Purpose of Discussion: This is to keep committee members informed on a change of financial practice: the commencement of new investment activity. Under existing policy, the city's cash can be invested in a disciplined and methodical fashion to both provide additional budgetary funding, improve the city's safety liquidity management, and ability to forecast future interest revenue. The last investment, purchased in April 2017, matured in July 2020. Staff has existing policy direction, delegated authority and access to banking and investment processes to proceed. Monthly reports will reflect new results. Financial 11m. acts: The revenue to the City for investment of city funds is budgeted, credited to General and/or various funds per city investment policy. The cost to the City to receive the funds involve existing city Finance Department staff time plus nominal costs of banking/safekeeping. Background Information: Purpose. There are several purposes expected of city investments: • To safeguard public funds entrusted to the City of Federal Way, • To ensure city investments are adequately managed and are subject to governance • To be managed and communicated clearly, demonstrating transparency and accountable stewardship to citizens, taxpayers and voters. • To be managed in compliance with State statutes and Federal regulations. • To maximize yield while safeguarding principal and providing adequate liquidity. Managing Risks vs. Rewards. Good stewardship demands putting municipal cash to work to help fund city services. Public treasurers and governing bodies have learned from both best practices and mistakes of others. Examples such as the 1994 Orange County, California, bankruptcy and fraud schemes over the years taught us to safeguard public money, to be particularly transparent and accountable, and to be well-educated. Current Investments. None, currently. In 2020, the last investment that the city held matured, with the proceeds returning to the Local Government Investment Pool (LGIP) Memo -Staff Report -Investment discussion 09-2021,docx CITY Of � Federal Way FINANCE DEPARTMENT which is managed by the Washington State Treasurer. Current earnings rate of the LGIP has held steady around 0.07% for a few months. On a balance of about $70,000,000, interest revenue is about $49,000 annually (should rates remain flat). The city did not have a program, in past years, to have locked in investments to weather this downturn. City Investments Authorized by Policy. Current city investment policy authorizes investing in the following options which are suitable and appropriate for the current specific circumstances of the City of Federal Way: • Local Government Investment Pool • U.S. Treasury Obligations • U.S. Government Agencies / U.S. Government -Sponsored Corporations These do match the foreseeable investment management time available and ability of staff. Current investment policy also authorizes the following, which will not be utilized in the foreseeable future: • Repurchase Agreements • Bankers' Acceptances • Foreign Commercial Paper • Insured Certificates of Deposit: Banks and Savings & Loans • Uninsured/Collateralized Certificates of Deposit: Banks and Savings & Loans These don't match the needs of the City, nor foreseeable investment management time available nor ability of staff and could be eliminated in the next investment policy update. Executive Summary: The Challenge: Investment activity tends to be squeezed out due to limitations of staff time. Finance time is prioritized for the urgencies of budget, audit preparation, periodic reporting, financial analysis, payroll, payables, and responding to continuous demands of real -world problems and opportunities. The Solution: Staff has the existing knowledge and experience to institute the investment of city reserves, and we are currently training staff in-house to be able to improve investment revenue with a target of 20 minutes per month. By instituting disciplined practices and procedures, the city's reserves can be put to work consistently. What Council and FEDRAC Committee members need to know: Investing is a dynamic process that relies on investment policy direction. Market conditions change even by the minute, such as a purchase offered by one broker can be no longer available moments later. Interest rates are impossible to forecast accurately. Good governance relies on clear understanding of the city's resources, processes for reporting and feedback, and staff capabilities. Staff can demonstrate strong fundamentals and clear reporting to facilitate policy guidance, effective feedback and improved yield. Memo -Staff Report -Investment discussion 09-2021.docx Federal Way ♦ FINANCE DEPARTMENT Questions to be answered. Staff will provide an informational, educational overview (slide previews attached) of the city's financial position to inform on what can be accomplished that will benefit the city. Questions that should be answered and discussed as needed include: o How much of city funds is investable? o What are the guiding principles to be followed? o What are the purposes of city cash balances? o What should the city's investment strategy be? o What improvements to investment revenue are reasonable to expect? o What familiarity should precede any adjustments to investment policy? Preview of Future ]Investment Policy Chan es: Staff elects to build a foundation of familiarity before proposing policy changes. Current investment policy is workable for initial strategy, but the following will become useful: o Current policy diversification limit of 5% per issuer was exceeded in past investments and in fact largely unnecessary for explicitly -guaranteed Federal agency debt issues; the city would be better served with more realistic limits o Several authorized investments are unsuitable, impractical, and will not be used o The guidance of the Washington State Investment Board Policy No. 2.05.500 for investing in highly -rated corporate bonds o Public Deposit Protection Commission guidance on collateralization o Delegation of authority really should name the finance director for transactional responsibility, rather than "Mayor or his designee" and require training o In -line RCW references in the policy would help all readers Current staff can utilize the current investment policy but the city would be better served with improvements that provide more specific and applicable policy guidance. Timeframe for actions: Staff has already: • Re -activated safekeeping (authorized by Resolution 15-683) • Required brokers to complete verification of licensing, credentialing, municipal references and acknowledgement of city investment policy • Confirmed proposed investment activities within current city policy • Conducted our initial internal staff investment training Staff will be providing: • Monthly reporting in all FEDRAC agenda packets • Reporting on results of new investment activity • Proposed investment policy to be discussed separately in future Memo -Staff Report -Investment discussion 09-2021.docx 9/8/2021 Financial Update Investments Steve Groom Finance Department FEDRAC Committee Meeting September 28, 2021 Follow the Money Onow- City of Federal Way Cash Position Trend $100,000,000 $80,000,000 I $60,000,000 - I $40,000,000 $20,000,000 j $0 00 W Oi0 Ol O1 OI O+1 Ol N a N 0 N N fVI ry IN N ■ Investments (yield) ■ LGIP (liquidity) ❑ Checking (safety) 1 9/8/2021 Questions to ask 1. How much is investable? 2. What are the guiding principles? 3. What are the purpose of our cash balances? 4. What is our strategy? 5. Can we expect improved yield? How much is investable? City of Federal Way Cash Position Trend $100,000,000 $80,000,000 $60,000,000 I : $40,000,000 $20,000,000 �I i � I 0 ,y N ry N N N N ry n' ry � O p .� Q � Q O p � C � Q O ❑ � 4 � < ® Investments (yield) LGIP (liquidity) Checking (safety) 2 9/8/2021 How Do Guiding Principles Apply? Safety Liquidity Yield What is the Purpose of Each Balance? City of Federal Way Cash Position Trend $100,000,000 $80,000,000 — n� $60,000,000 f7 I — $40,000,000 I , $20,000,000 i $0 00 W Oi0 Oi 01 � O1 O1 m N ry O N N R fV N fV [V a o a a a ■ Investments (yield) ■ LGIP (liquidity) ❑ Checking (safety) 3 9/8/2021 Yield Curve — Time Value of Money ^0 W Invest Savings 1 mo 3 mo 6 mo 1 Yr 2 Yr 3 Yr 5 Yr Investment Policy Highlights 1. Safety and Liquidity - avoid risking principal 2. Treasuries and Agency Bonds (no stocks) 3. Highly regulated: 1. RCW Statutes 2. Public Deposit Protection Commission 3. Washington State Investment Board 4. Be transparent and accountable mom- 100 - 4 9/8/2021 What is the Strategy? Jan-21 1,000,000 Jan-22 1,000,000 Jan-23 1,000,000 Feb-21 1,000,000 Feb-22 1,000,000 Feb-23 1,000,000 Mar-21 t..000.000 Mar-22 1,000.000 Mar-23 1,000,000 Apr-21 1,000,000 Apr-22 1,000,000 Apr-23 1,000,000 May-21 1,000,000 May-22 1,000,000 May-23 1,000,000 Jun-21 1.000.000 Jun-22 1,000.000 Jun-23 1,000,000 Jul-22 1,000,000 Jul-23 1,000,000 Jul-21 1,000,000 Aug-21 1,000,000 Aug-22 1,000,000 Aug-23 1,000,000 Se[)-21 1.000.000 Seo-22 1,000,000 Oct-22 1,000,000 Sep-23 1,000.000 Oct-21 1,000,000 Oct-23 1,000,000 Nov-21 1,000,000 Nov-22 1,000,000 Nov-23 1,000,000 Dec-21 1.000,000 Dec-22 1,000,000 Dec-23 1,000,000 Ideally, one maturity per month Diversify Re -investment Risk Eliminate predicting the market What Yield Might We Expect? Current environment, existing situation: Principal $ 73,000,000 $ 1,000,000 Yield 0.07% 0.07% Interest Income $ 51,100 $ 700 9/8/2021 Yield Expectations 1. Diversify purchases in low -yield environment 2. Disciplined, gradual improvement 3. Prioritize certainty (buy and hold to maturity) 4. Expect rates to be cyclical (tune in to economic forecasts) 5. Shorter maturities until 3-year yields hit 2.5% Governance - What to Watch ✓ Investment Policy — in place ✓ Safekeeping Agreement — in place ✓ Broker qualifications — checking, documenting ✓ Staff training ❑ Gradually increasing yields ❑ Monthly financial reports — a new section ❑ Investment Policy update 11 9/8/2021 City of Federal Way Finance Department An increasingly well -managed city COUNCIL MEETING DATE: ' ITEM #: 7a CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL SUBJECT: ORDINANCE: CODE AMENDMENTS ESTABLISHING LOCAL STANDARDS FOR PERMANENT SUPPORTIVE HOUSING AND EMERGENCY SHELTER POLICY QUESTION: Should the City amend FWRC Title 19 to be consistent with the requirements of ESSHB 1220 relating to permanent supportive housing and transitional housing and emergency housing and shelter? COMMITTEE: Land Use and Transportation MEETING DATE: 09/13/2021 CATEGORY: ❑ Consent ® Ordinance ❑ Public Hearing ❑ City Council Business ❑ Resolution ❑ Other STAFF REPORT BY: Keith Niven, Plannitl Mann er DEPT: Community Development Attachments: L Staff Report ai d �� l�� �-• a �� ' "1 nYq�t L4 Q lv,2,1 3 Ordinance Options Considered: 1. Adopt the proposed ordinance 2. Do not adopt the proposed ordinance and provide direction to staff MAYOR'S RECOMMENDATION: Option 1 MAYOR APPROVAL: DIRECTOR APPROVAL: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: I move to forward the proposed ordinance to First Reading on September 21, 2021 Cotninittee Chair. Greg Baruso Committee Member. Martin Moore Committee Member. Hoang Tran PROPOSED COUNCIL MOTION(S): FIRST READING OF ORDINANCE "I move to forward approval of the ordinance to the October A2021 Council Meeting for enactment. " I SECOND READING OF ORDINANCE OCTOBER � 2021 "1 move approval of the proposed ordinance. " (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION:' El APPROVED COUNCIL BILL # �1 ❑ DENIED First reading 2� ❑ TABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION Enactment reading MOVED TO SECOND READING (ordinances only) ORDINANCE # EVISED — 11/2019 RESOLUTION # CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Memorandum Dahm 28 September 2021 To: City Council Via: Jim Ferrell, Mayor From: Brian Davis, Community Development Director 32--- Keith Niven, AICP, CEcD, Planning Manager Subject: Agenda Bill 811 (Permanent supportive housing/emergency shelter) Council Response Memo FINANCIAL IMPACTS: N/A BACKGROUND INFORMATION: The information provided in this Memorandum is in response to the discussion that occurred at the September 19, 2021 Council meeting. During the September 19, 2021 discussion of this item, the Council requested or raised questions regarding the following: 1. Could additional information be included in the FAQ page? Response: Yes. Please see Attachment 1. 2. Is there additional licensing requirements that could be added? Response: These facilities would require a business license and city permitting. There is no current additional licensing that could be placed on these uses as part of the local regulatory land use process. 3. Could the code be written to require separation from schools if the residents of the facility do not include families with children? Response: the city currently places separation requirements on certain uses permitted in the city. For example, for Group homes, Types II and III, the use charts include the following separation requirement: "Distanced at least 1,000 ft. from any school, park, church, playground, or day care center; measured by following a straight line...". Group homes Types II and III are for residents under the jurisdiction of the criminal justice system. The proposed code includes a 1,000-foot separation for Emergency housing and shelter from public schools given its transient nature. Permanent Supportive Housing, which is not transient in nature and whose tenants can either be families or individuals, is not proposed to have a separation from schools. 4. What is the greatest separation that could be included in the code while still ensuring the city can meet its Projected Need? Response: Staff have explored'h-mile, 1-mile, 1'/-mile, and 2-mile separation. Given the proposed cap by zone and including a separation of 1'/3 miles (7,040 feet) for all zones, the city would achieve the largest separation while ensuring the code provisions allow for the Projected Need to be reasonably accommodated. See Attachment 2. The draft Ordinance does not include this separation. If the council desires to alter the separation from the 'h mile and 1 mile currently in the draft code, this desire would need to included in the recommendation for adoption. Attachment 1: FAQ Page Frequently Asked Questions: Permanent supportive housing and transitional housing, Emergency housing and shelter and affordable and subsidized housing September 2021 What is the difference between Permanent supportive housing (PSH), transitional housing, emergency housing, emergency shelter, affordable housing and subsidized housing? a. Permanent supportwe housing is subsidized, leased housing with no limit on length of stay, paired with on -site or off -site voluntary services designed to support a person living with a disability who is also experiencing homelessness to be a successful tenant in a housing arrangement, improve the resident's health status, and connect residents of the housing with community -based health care, treatment, and employment services. b. Transitional housing means a project that provides housing and supportive services to persons or families experiencing homelessness for up to two years and that has as its purpose facilitating the movement of homeless persons and families into independent living. c. Emergency housing means temporary indoor accommodations for individuals or families who are homeless or at imminent risk of becoming homeless that is intended to address the basic health, food, clothing, and personal hygiene needs of individuals or families. Emergency housing may or may not require occupants to enter into a lease or an occupancy agreement. d. Emergency _shelter means a facility that provides a temporary shelter for individuals or families who are currently homeless. Emergency shelter may not require occupants to enter into a lease or an occupancy agreement. Emergency shelter facilities may include day and warming centers that do not provide overnight accommodations. e. Affordable housing means housing that is below market rate because of age, size, location, local regulation, or because it is publicly or privately subsidized. Affordable housing is typically described as being affordable at a specified percentage of the Area Median Income (AMI). For example, housing at 50% AMI would be affordable to a household where their income is half of the Area Median Income. f. Subsidized housing means housing that includes a mechanism to reduce rent so that residents typically pay no more than 30% of their income for housing in order to make the housing affordable. Housing can be subsidized in numerous ways —giving tenants a rent voucher [Housing Choice Vouchers (formerly called "Section 8")] or through public housing with a housing authority or project -based Section 8 housing. Generally, emergency housing, emergency shelter, PSH, and transitional housing are meant to provide a transition between homelessness and a permanent housing option while affordable, and subsidized housing are meant to provide permanent housing for people who are not able to afford housing offered at local market levels. 2. Why does the city need to have affordable and subsidized housing? As identified in the City's Housing Action Plan: "Housing availability is an urgent and growing challenge in Federal Way. Two out of every five households (40%) are struggling to manage the cost of housing. The lack of supply and resulting cost pressure is contributing to the displacement of long-term Federal Way residents, a process that can uproot lives and undermine the social fabric and support structure for many residents." 3. Why is the City creating zoning rules for PSH and Emergency housing? And why now? The city's code changes were necessitated for two (2) reasons. First, the city needed to change its code to be consistent with State legislation (ESSHB 1220) passed in the second quarter of 2021. This legislation required cities to allow emergency housing and permanent supportive housing in certain zones. And, second, the newly -adopted legislation gave cities the ability to put reasonable local controls on Fea^occupancy, intensity ef uses, and separation of such uses. The city believes the community would benefit from having these local controls in place, rather than creating a scenario where these uses are allowed in the city complete!y free of an regulation. 4. What types of services are provided to residents living in these types of housing? Services will vary by housing type (shelter, transitional housing, permanent supportive housing) and operator. For PSH and Emergency housing, a minimum of case management is provided including resource referral and housing placement assistance. Services provided directly may also include outreach, housing counseling, and physical and behavioral health, which includes mental health and substance use treatment. Case management referrals are tailored to the individual needs and can include services such as food, benefits, education, employment, and treatment and more. 5. If I have any additional questions, who may I speak with? If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the Federal Way Community Development Department at either (253) 835-7001 or plannin ci# offederalwa .cam IF •1'-�Z�Ir:, . _ ��_. �1.€il'• '.� �f.� ,;... �'� ter.}•r �� Nis AN fit'WAR ,�= • ;ram' � wif��'j' l ''• :�--- ! ■ CITY OF FEDERAL WAY MEMORANDUM DATE: September 13, 2021 TO: Land Use and Transportation Committee VIA: Jim Ferrell, Mayor FROM: Brian Davis, Director Community Development 9y Keith Niven, Planning Manager SUBJECT: Code Amendments establishing local standards for permanent supportive housing and emerQencv shelter I. FINANCIAL IMPACTS: There is no fiscal impact to the city for adopting the proposed code amendments. Should the city elect to not approve code amendments to make the FWRC consistent with the provisions of ESSHB 1220, the city could be at risk of legal challenges for having local code inconsistent with state law. II. BACKGROUND: ESSHB1220 In May 2021, the state legislature approved Engrossed Second Substitute House Bill (ESSHB) 1220 (Exhibit 1). Pursuant to the newly -passed legislation, starting July 25, "a city shall not prohibit transitional housing or permanent supportive housing in any zones in which residential dwelling units or hotels are allowed." Furthermore, by September 30, cities must either: 1) allow indoor emergency shelters and indoor emergency housing in zones in which hotels are allowed; or 2) permit indoor emergency shelters and indoor emergency housing in a majority of zones within one -mile of transit. As identified in this Bill, cities retain the authority to impose reasonable regulations on occupancy, spacing, and intensity of use requirements on the housing types listed above, to protect public health and safety. However, such ordinances cannot prevent the siting of a sufficient number of these housing and shelter types necessary to accommodate each city's projected need for such housing under RCW 36.70A.070(2)(a)(ii). FWRC Currently, the Federal Way Revised Code (FWRC) provides a definition for Social service transition housing (see below). "Social service transitional housing" means facilities providing temporary and transitional housing to individuals on an as -needed basis, operated by a nonprofit social service agency, licensed as required by the state, including, but not limited to, emergency shelters, homeless shelters, domestic violence shelters, and other such crisis intervention facilities; but excluding offices and group homes as defined in this chapter. Any limitation on the number of residents in social service transitional housing shall not be applied if it prohibits the city from making reasonable accommodations to disabled persons in order to afford such persons equal opportunity to use and enjoy a dwelling as required by the Federal Fair Housing Amendments Act of 1988, 42 USC 3604(f)(3)(b). This definition shall not be applied to the extent that it would cause a residential structure occupied by persons with handicaps, as defined in the Federal Fair Housing Amendments Act of 1988, to be treated differently than a similar residential structure occupied by other related or unrelated individuals. See FWRC 19.105.060 and FWRC Title 19, Division VI, Zoning Regulations. As a defined land use, Social service transitional housing is currently allowed in the following zones: ■ Multifamily Residential • Neighborhood Business ■ Community Business ■ City Center Frame This definition does not align with the newly -defined terms in ESSHB 1220; and, the zones where Social service transitional housing is allowed does not meet the requirements of the Bill. Determining Projected Need As stated in ESSHB 1220, each jurisdiction is to provide for "...a sufficient number of these housing and shelter types necessary to accommodate each city's projected need." To determine the City's projected need, the City would generally look for guidance from the State and King County. However, the Department of Commerce has stated they believe they will not be able to provide relevant data to King County until December 2022. Then, King County staff will need to allocate the number received from the State to the cities and unincorporated parts of the county. In other words, Federal Way will likely not receive any relevant data to help inform this number until mid-2023, despite -being- legallyrequiredto accommodate the -quantity of need for such uses now. In the absence of State- or County -provided data to determine the city's Projected Need, staff sought out data available on homelessness in order to develop a methodology for calculating the city's Projected Need. It was concluded (similar to the cities of SeaTac, Des Moines, Renton, and Covington) that the best information available comes from the 2020 Seattle/King County Point in Time Count of Individuals Experiencing Homelessness. Unfortunately, the information is not provided at a city level. Rather it has been provided regionally (see below). Table 1 Individuals Experiencing Homelessness (She„ered( by Region, 2017-2020 Table 2lndlviduals Experiencing Homelessness (Unshehered( by Region, 2017-2020 Snclicrcu 2017 Ya39 � � N East County 1:'•. Li o 101, 559 9% SYS: htCrth County is 33: N0rthe351 County 1;% fE 1% 35 G7 SnttIC Iran 4,39: 71% 4239 ` 1.628: Southeast Cmn 1-1 ra - uzhsvest Co CGunly .>.yz - 15x a&n !S.t TOTAL lU0•+ 5.9T? 1 Street [U,,5he(tered[ 2414 I4I� ro H u East County 1% 319 6y 137 V7 43E North County 1:s 53 ..".0 a5 2tr A Northeast County 1% 119 N 99 314 167 seattk 7t?% m',7 3,s58 673. U38 Southeast County 1'i 7f3 t% 65 1x 56 5aurhwest Cvun :� :.gyp: 711G l.D3p 7C+s. S.i1S TOTAL 3D0% "s, i6: 1rJC!% 5.27$ io0s: 5.in SW King County would include Renton, Tukwila, Burien, SeaTac, Des Moines, Vashon, Federal Way, a portion of Milton, a portion of Auburn, and Kent. Looking at total population numbers for these cities, Federal Way represents approximately 17% of the population comprising SW King County. Taking a straight percentage of the total homeless population (sheltered and unsheltered) found in SW King County would mean Federal Way's proportionate share is (822 + 1115) x .17 = 329. Although staff reached out to the authors of the Point -in -Time Count to see if we could get data specific for the city, staff received no response to their request. 2 Looking at the growth and decline of homelessness over the past 4 years (see graph below), the absolute change from 2016 to 2020 (4 years) represents an increase over that period of 10 percent. Extending the growth projection over a 20-year period (assume a constant rate of growth) would generate the following numbers for Federal Way: 2020-2024: 329 x 1.1 = 362 2024-2028: 362 x 1.1 = 398 2032-2036: 398 x 1.1 = 438 2026-2040: 438 x 1.1 = 482 Individuals experiencing homelessness identified in the Point -in -Time count 10.688 11.643 12,112 11,199 11,751 Therefore, the proposed 20-year need is the current count plus the anticipated 20-year growth. Or, 329 + 153 (482-329) (growth) = 482. Based on RB 1220 and the email response received from the Department of Commerce (Planning Commission Response Memo), the Projected Need (482) needs to be subdivided into a Need for Permanent supportive housing and transitional housing; and, a Need for Emergency housing and shelter. With data from the Point -in -Time Count, the 482 Projected Need consists of 207 units (43%) of Emergency housing and shelter; and, 275 units (57%) of Permanent supportive housing and transitional housing. These percentages are derived from the respective proportions of Transitional housing, Disabled housing, and Shelter housing found in the Point -in -Time Count. Taking the existing count (units currently in the city) as well as what is in the pipeline (King Count3=proposals): Projected Need Existing Proposed Remainder to meet Projected Need Emergency housing 207 29' 90 (Red Lion) 88 i and Emergency shelter Permanent 275 64 101 (Extended 110 supportive housing Stay) and Transitional housing. J 'There are an additional 20 units that are currently located at the Red Lion that will be part of the 90 proposed. Although there are a number of data sources, the Point -in -Time street count was conducted on 1 night (January 24, 2020) and is generally regarded as somewhat of an underrepresentation of the number of homeless. The original City proposal suggested applying a "multiplier" to compensate for this potential undercounting. Based on a study conducted in 2001, a multiplier of 2.5 was applied to our count. Following public comment and discussions with the Planning Commission, the City reevaluated the appropriateness of applying this modifier and concluded it was not warranted [see Planning Commission Response Briefing Memo (Exhibit 2)]. III. PROPOSED CODE AMENDMENTS AND ANALYSIS Proposed Code Amendments This section provides a summary of the proposed code amendments. The complete proposed zoning code text is enclosed as part of the draft ordinance (Exhibit 3). The issues these proposed code amendments are attempting to resolve are: 1. Ensure the f WRC is consistent with the requirements of ESSHB 1220; 2. Create local standards to ensure compatibility, where the statute allows; and, 3. Clarify any inconsistencies in existing code with the provisions of the statute. A. Since the city's definition for "Social service transitional housing" does not closely align with the definitions of the uses regulated in ESHB 1220, the proposed ordinance deletes this definition and replaces it with two newly defined terms: 1. Permanent supportive housing and transitional housing; and, 2. Emergency housing and shelter. B. Social service transition housing and shelters are also listed under the definition for "Essential Public Facilities". Since the city is choosing to specifically define these land uses and provide use -specific standards for them, the City code will no longer expressly list these uses as essential public facilities. C. The proposed code revisions would make the following changes: Zone SE (Suburban Estate) RS (Single -Family Residential) RM (Multifamily Residential) BN (Neighborhood Business) BC (Community. Business) CC-C (City Center Core) CC-F (City Center Frame) CE (Commercial Enterprise) Permanent supportive housing and transitional housing Emergency housing and shelter D. Since "Emergency housing and shelter" contemplates similar uses to the previously existing Social service transitional housing, and to avoid the necessity to invent new standards, 4 "Emergency housing and shelter" is utilizing the separation and intensity standards that belonged to Social service transitional housing. E. The city can likely meet its Projected Need under the proposed separation requirements. F. The draft Ordinance contains the complete proposed changes, the following chart identifies the major discretional provisions with a comparison to what is allowed currently. Permanent Sunnortive housing and transitional housin Setbacks Process Density F S R Height Separation Parking SE Existing' None 1 home/lot 30 10 10 30 0 2/unit Proposed Process III 10 rooms/lot 30 20 20 30 5,280 ft (1 Efficiency units: 1.0 per unit + 1 in a single mile) for each 2 employees structure Studio units: 1.25 per unit+ 1 for each 2 employees One bedroom units: 1.5 per unit + 1 for each 2 employees Units with two bedrooms or more: 2/unit + 1 for each 2 employees Employees: 1 additional space for every 2 + 1 for each 2 employees RS 35 Existing' None 1 home/lot 20 10 10 30 0 2/unit Proposed Process III 6 rooms/lot 20 10 20 30 5,280 ft (1 Efficiency units: 1.0 per unit + 1 in a single mile) for each 2 employees structure Studio units: 1.25 per unit+ 1 for each 2 employees One bedroom units: 1.5 per unit + 1 for each 2 employees Units with two bedrooms or more: 2/unit + 1 for each 2 employees RS 15 Existing' None 1 home/lot 20 5 5 30 0 2/unit Proposed Process III 6 rooms/lot 20 10 20 30 5,280 ft (1 Efficiency units: 1.0 per unit + 1 in a single mile) for each 2 employees structure Studio units: 1.25 per unit + 1 for each 2 employees One bedroom units: 1.5 per unit+ 1 for each 2 employees Units with two bedrooms or more: 2/unit + 1 for each 2 employees RS 9.6 Existing' None 1 home/lot 20 5 5 30 0 2/unit Proposed Process III 6 rooms/lot 20 10 20 30 5,280 ft (1 Efficiency units: 1.0 per unit + 1 in a single mile) for each 2 employees structure Studio units: 1.25 per unit+ 1 for each 2 employees 5 One bedroom units: 1.5 per unit + 1 for each 2 employees Units with two bedrooms or more: 2/unit + 1 for each 2 employees IRS 7.2 Existing' None 1 home/lot 20 5 5 30 0 2/unit Proposed Process III 6 rooms/lot 20 10 20 30 5,280 ft (1 Efficiency units: 1.0 per unit+ 1 in a single mile) for each 2 employees structure Studio units: 1.25 per unit+ 1 for each 2 employees One bedroom units: 1.5 per unit + 1 for each 2 employees Units with two bedrooms or more: 2/unit + 1 for each 2 employees RS 5.0 Existing' None 1 home/lot 20 5 5 30 0 2/unit Proposed Process III 6 rooms/lot 20 10 20 30 5,280 ft (1 Efficiency units: 1.0 per unit + 1 in a single mile) for each 2 employees structure Studio units: 1.25 per unit + 1 for each 2 employees One bedroom units: 1.5 per unit + 1 for each 2 employees Units with two bedrooms or more: 2/unit + 1 for each 2 employees RM 3600 Existingz Process II 12/acre 20 5 5 30 0 1-2/unit Proposed Pro-ess ill 50 pjroje`ct- 20 5 30 2;646ft (1./2 Efficiency units: 1.0 per unit + 1 cap, w/ 3600 mile) for each 2 employees sf/unit Studio units: 1.25 per unit + 1 for each 2 employees One bedroom units: 1.5 per unit + 1 for each 2 employees Units with two bedrooms or more: 2/unit + 1 for each 2 emplp ees RM 2400 Existingz Process II 18/acre 20 5 5 30 0 1-2/unit Proposed Process III 50/project 20 5 5 30 2,640 ft (1/2 Efficiency units: 1.0 per unit + 1 cap, w/ 2400 mile) for each 2 employees sf/unit Studio units: 1.25 per unit + 1 for each 2 employees One bedroom units: 1.5 per unit + 1 for each 2 employees Units with two bedrooms or more: 2/unit + 1 for each 2 employees RM 1800 Existingz Process II 24/acre 20 5 5 35 35 0 2,640 ft (1/2 1-2/unit Proposed Process III 50/project 20 5 5 Efficiency units: 1.0 per unit + 1 cap, w/ 1800 mile) for each 2 employees sf/unit Studio units: 1.25 per unit + 1 for each 2 employees One bedroom units: 1.5 per unit + 1 for each 2 employees Units with two bedrooms or more: 2/unit + 1 for each 2 employees BN Existin g2 Process II 18/acre 0 10 10 35 or 30 0 1-2/unit Proposed Process III 18/acre, max 20 5 5 35 or 30 2,640 ft (1/2 Efficiency units: 1.0 per unit + 1 50/project mile) for each 2 employees Studio units: 1.25 per unit+ 1 for each 2 employees One bedroom units: 1.5 per unit + 1 for each 2 employees Units with two bedrooms or more: 2/unit + 1 for each 2 employees BC Existingz Process II none 0 or 10 10 65 or 30 0 1-2/unit 20 or or 20 20 Proposed Process III 50/project 20 adjacent to SF 55 or 30 2,640 ft (1/2 Efficiency units: 1.0 per unit + 1 cap mile) for each 2 employees Studio units: 1.25 per unit+ 1 for each 2 employees One bedroom units: 1.5 per unit + 1 for each 2 employees Units with two bedrooms or more: 2/unit + 1 for each 2 employees CC-C Existingz Process II none 20 5 5 200 or 70 0 1 or 1.7/unit or 0 Proposed Process III 110/project 10 10 10 200 or 70 2,640 ft (1/2 Efficiency units: 1.0 per unit + 1 cap mile) for each 2 employees Studio units: 1.25 per unit+ 1 for each 2 employees One bedroom units: 1.5 per unit + 1 for each 2 employees Units with two bedrooms or more: 2/unit + 1 for each 2 employees CC-F Existingz Process II None 20 5 5 85 or 70 0 1 or 1.7/unit or0 Proposed Process III 110/project 10 10 10 85 or 70 2,640 ft (1/2 Efficiency units: 1.0 per unit + 1 cap mile) for each 2 employees Studio units: 1.25 per unit + 1 for each 2 employees One bedroom units: 1.5 per unit + 1 for each 2 employees Units with two bedrooms or more: 2/unit + 1 for each 2 employees CE Existing n/a n/a nfa n/a n/a n/a 0 n/a Proposed Process III 110/project 5 20 20 55 or 30 2,640 ft (1/2 Efficiency units: 1.0 per unit + 1 cap or 5 or 5 mile) for each 2 employees Studio units: 1.25 per unit+ 1 for each 2 employees One bedroom units: 1.5 per unit + 1 for each 2 employees Units with two bedrooms or more: 2/unit + 1 for each 2 employees Notes ' Single-family detached dwelling '- Multifamily dwelling units Planning Commission Recommendation The Planning Commission conducted Public Hearings on 18 August 2021 and 1 September 2021. Following extensive public input and Commission discussion and deliberations, consistent with 19.80.240(1)(c), the Planning Commission forwards the proposed code changes to the City council with no recommendation. IV. PROCEDURAL SUMMARY The procedure followed for making this amendment is shown below: 7/08/21: 60-day Notice of proposed changes to development regulations sent to Commerce '/ /1 L /-I . n._L17., 1.T_�.� f SEPA Decision published and posted (weusite) // 1ll/G1. rUUllli ITC)t:.e Vl JL�r 7/16/21: Issuance of Determination of Nonsignificance (DNS) pursuant to the State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) 7/30/21: End of SEPA Comment Period 8/04/21: Planning Commission Briefing (cancelled due to lack of quorum) 8/23/21: End of SEPA Appeal Period 8/18/21: Public Hearing 9/01/21: Public Hearing Continuation 9/13/21: LUTC Council Committee 10/05/21: City Council 15t Reading 10/19/21: City Council 2nd Reading 10/22/21: Code revisions are effective 10/22/21: 10-day Notice of Action to Commerce IV. DECISION CRITERIA FWRC Chapter 19.80.130 provides criteria for zoning text amendments. The following section analyzes compliance of the proposed zoning text amendments with the criteria provided by this chapter. The city may amend the text of the FWRC only if it finds that: The proposed amendments are consistent with the applicable provisions of the comprehensive plan. The proposed FWRC text amendments are consistent with the following Federal Way Comprehensive Plan (FWCP) policies and goals: LUP1 Use development standards and design guidelines to maintain neighborhood character and ensure compatibility with surrounding uses. LUG3 Preserve and protect Federal Way's single-family neighborhoods. LUG3.1 Provide a wide range of housing densities and types in the single-family designated areas. HG1 Preserve and protect the quality of existing residential neighborhoods and require new development to be of a scale and design that is compatible with existing neighborhood character. HG2 Involve the community in the development of new housing to a degree that is consistent with the scale of impact on the surrounding neighborhoods. HG3 Develop a zoning code that provides flexibility to produce innovative housing solutions, does not burden the cost of housing development and maintenance, and diversifies the range of housing types available in the City. HP12 The FWRC and Land Use chapter of the FWCP will be coordinated to facilitate locating housing affordable to low-income, very low-income, and special needs households throughout the City, especially around the City Center and other areas that provide proximity to employment, safe and convenient access to transportation and human services, and adequate infrastructure to support housing development. HP21 Promote fair housing access to all persons without discrimination. HG7 Develop a range of housing opportunities that meet the requirements of people with special housing needs, including the elderly, mentally ill, victims of domestic abuse, and persons with physical and/or developmental disabilities. HP39 Periodically review the FWRC and remove any regulatory barriers to locating special needs housing and emergency and transitional housing within the City as required by the federal Fair Housing Act, to avoid over -concentration, and to ensure uniform distribution throughout all residential and mixed -use zones. HG8 Develop emergency shelter and transitional housing facilities for the homeless. HP44 Emergency shelters should be permitted and regulated to ensure there are adequate opportunities to locate them within the City, to avoid overconcentration of facilities, to ensure that such facilities and housing are properly managed, and to avoid or mitigate significant impacts on existing residential neighborhoods or other surrounding use The proposed amendments bear a substantial relationship to public health, safety, or welfare. The governmental power to include zoning regulations potentially limiting the rights of property owners is not unlimited, and must substantially advance legitimate public interests and bear a substantial relationship to the public health, safety, or general welfare. The proposed FWRC text amendments does not limit the rights of property owners as it allows newly -defined land uses in established zoning districts where "Permanent supportive housing and transitional housing" and "Emergency housing and shelter" may potentially locate. ESSHB 1220 authorizes local jurisdictions to include reasonable occupancy, intensity, and/or spacing requirements on the newly -defined housing uses. The proposed code amendments include occupancy and 9 intensity requirements to ensure the size of any facility allowed through these code amendments is compatible with surrounding properties. Within each of the zones, Permanent supportive housing and transitional housing facilities are capped at 6 or 10 units for single-family zones, 50 units for multi -family and lower -intensity commercial zones and 110 units for higher -intensity commercial zones. These limits are intended to help ensure that the number of units developed on a particular site remain at a number that prevents adverse impacts on adjacent or nearby properties. Likewise, spacing requirements have been included in the code to ensure that these facilities are spread out in the city in a way that does not create a cluster of homeless housing that disproportionately impacts public service providers such as police and other first responders. Finally, there are Special Regulations and Notes applied to each zone that provides for operational norms expected for each facility to follow. These requirements are intended to establish minimum health and safety standards for residents of these facilities. Also, it establishes separation standards from like facilities, intensity and setbacks standards particular to these uses and creates a public review process that are all intended to protect the health, safety and welfare of the general community. The proposed amendments are in the best interest of the residents of the city. The proposed FWRC text amendments allow the city to legally regulate the location (setbacks and separation requirements), intensity (limit on units in one location), and parking requirements (similar to other multi -family housing). The proposed amendments clarify existing ambiguities in code. And, the proposed amendments require ail per1111tS to be reviewed under a Process (Level ill) where public notice will be given. For these reasons, the proposed amendments will be in the best interest of the residents of the city. V. OPTIONS FOR DECISION After consideration of the proposal and the Mayor's recommendation regarding the proposed amendments, the Council may: 1. Adopt the ordinance; 2. Do not adopt the ordinance and provide staff direction; MAYOR'S RECOMMENDATION Based on the above analysis and decision criteria, the Mayor recommends that the proposed amendments to FWRC Title 19 (Exhibit 3) be recommended for approval following discussion by the Land Use/Transportation Committee (LUTC) and forwarded to the entire City Council for deliberation and decision. 10 EXHIBITS Exhibit 1: ESSHB 1220 Exhibit 2: Planning commission Response Memo dated 25 August 2021 Exhibit 3: draft Ordinance 11 Exhibit 1: ESSHB 1220 CERTIFICATION OF ENROLLMENT SECOND SUBSTITUTE HOUSE BILL 1220 67th Legislature 2021 Regular Session Passed by the House April 14, 2021 Yeas 57 Nays 40 Speaker of the House of Representatives Passed by the Senate April 10, 2021 Yeas 25 Nays 24 President of the Senate Approved Governor of the State of Washington 12 CERTIFICATE I, Bernard Dean, Chief Clerk of the House of Representatives of the State of Washington, do hereby certify that the attached is ENGROSSED SECOND SUBSTITUTE HOUSE BILL 1220 as passed by the House of Representatives and the Senate on the dates hereon set forth. Chief Clerk FILED Secretary of State State of Washington 13 1 2 3 4 5 6 ENGROSSED SECOND SUBSTITUTE HOUSE BILL 1220 AS AMENDED BY THE SENATE Passed Legislature - 2021 Regular Session State of Washington 67th Legislature 2021 Regular Session By House Appropriations (originally sponsored by Representatives Peterson, Macri, Bateman, Ryu, Lekanoff, Fitzgibbon, Kloba, Davis, Lovick, Santos, Ortiz -Self, Simmons, Berg, Hackney, Chopp, Tharinger, and Frame) READ FIRST TIME 02/22/21. AN ACT Relating to supporting emergency shelters and housing through local planning and development regulations; amending RCW 36.70A.020, 36.70A.390, and 36.70A.030; reenacting and amending RCW 36.70A.070; adding a new section to chapter 35A.21 RCW; adding a new section to chapter 35.21 RCW; and adding a new section to chapter 36.70A RCW. 7 BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON: 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Sec. 1. RCW 36.70A.020 and 2002 c 154 s 1 are each amended to read as follows: The following goals are adopted to guide the development and adoption of comprehensive plans and development regulations of those counties and cities that are required or choose to plan under RCW 36.70A.040. The following goals are not listed in order of priority and shall be used exclusively for the purpose of guiding the development of comprehensive plans and development regulations: (1) Urban growth. Encourage development in urban areas where adequate public facilities and services exist or can be provided in an efficient manner. (2) Reduce sprawl. Reduce the inappropriate conversion of undeveloped land into sprawling, low -density development. P. 1 E2SHB 1220.PL 1 (3) Transportation. Encourage efficient multimodal transportation 2 systems that are based on regional priorities and coordinated with 3 county and city comprehensive plans. 4 (4) Housing. ( (Enee.ir-agj � tz-._ am�lai:-labilir=- of _ f fer-da;_l ) ) Plan 5 for and a commodate housing affordable to all economic segments of 6 the population of this state, promote a variety of residential 7 densities and housing types, and encourage preservation of existing 8 housing stock. 9 (5) Economic development. Encourage economic development 10 throughout the state that is consistent with adopted comprehensive 11 plans, pro;.--te economic opportunity for all citizens of this state, 12 especially for unemployed and for disadvantaged persons, promote the 13 retention and expansion of existing businesses and recruitment of new 14 businesses, recognize regional differences impacting economic 15 development opportunities, and encourage growth in areas experiencing 16 insufficient economic growth, all within the capacities of the 17 state's natural resources, public services, and public facilities. 18 (6) Property rights. Private property shall not be taken for 19 public use without just compensation having been made. The property 20 rights of landowners shall be protected from arbitrary and 21 discriminatory actions. 22 (7) Permits. Applications for both state and local government 23 permits should be processed in a timely and fair manner to ensure 24 predictability. 25 (8) Natural resource industries. Maintain and enhance natural 26 resource -based industries, including productive timber, agricultural, 27 and fisheries industries. Encourage the conservation of productive 28 forestlands and productive agricultural lands, and discourage 29 incompatible uses. 30 (9) Open space and recreation. Retain open space, enhance 31 recreational opportunities, conserve fish and wildlife habitat, 32 increase access to natural resource lands and water, and develop 33 parks and recreation facilities. 34 (10) Environment. Protect the environment and enhance the state's 35 high quality of life, including air and water quality, and the 36 availability of water. 37 (11) Citizen participation and coordination. Encourage the 38 involvement of citizens in the planning process and ensure 39 coordination between communities and jurisdictions to reconcile 40 conflicts. p. 2 E2SHB 1220.PL 1 (12) Public facilities and services. Ensure that those public 2 facilities and services necessary to support development shall be 3 adequate to serve the development at the time the development is 4 available for occupancy and use without decreasing current service 5 levels below locally established minimum standards. 6 (13) Historic preservation. Identifv and encourage the 7 preservation of lands, sites, and structures, that have historical or 8 archaeological significance. 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 Sec. 2. RCW 36.70A.070 and 2017 3rd sp.s. c 18 s 4 and 2017 3rd sp.s. c 16 s 4 are each reenacted and amended to read as follows: The comprehensive plan of a county or city that is required or chooses to plan under RCW 36.70A.040 shall consist of a map or maps, and descriptive text covering objectives, principles, and standards used to develop the comprehensive plan. The plan shall be an internally consistent document and all elements shall be consistent with the future land use map. A comprehensive plan shall be adopted and amended with public participation as provided in RCW 36.70A.140. Each -comprehensive -plan shall include a plan, scheme, or design for each of the following: (1) A land use elemen- designa--inc the proposed general distribution and general location and extent of the uses of land, where appropriate, for agriculture, timber production, housing, commerce, industry, recreation, open spaces, general aviation airports, public utilities, public facilities, and other land uses. The land use element shall include population densities, building intensities, and estimates of future population growth. The land use element shall provide for protection of the quality and quantity of groundwater used for public water supplies. Wherever possible, the land use element should consider utilizing urban planning approaches that promote physical activity. Where applicable, the land use element shall review drainage, flooding, and stormwater runoff in the area and nearby jurisdictions and provide guidance for corrective actions to mitigate or cleanse those discharges that pollute waters of the state, including Puget Sound or waters entering Puget Sound. (2) A housing element ensuring the vitality and character of established residential neighborhoods that: (a) Includes an inventory and analysis of existing and projected housing needs that identifies the number of housing units necessary p. 3 E2SHB 1220.PL 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 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 to manage projected growth as provided by Lhe de artm nt of commerce —including: Li) Units for moderate, low, very low, and _extremely 1_ow-income households; and (ii) Emergency housing, emergency shelters, and permanent supportive housing; (b) ((i""�es)) Includes a statement of goals, policies, objectives, and mandatory provisions for the preservation, improvement, and development of housing, including single-family residences and within an urban growth area boundary, moderate density housing ontions including but not limited to, duplexes, tri lexes and townhomes; (c) ((Identifies)) Identifies sufficient capacity of land for housing((T)) including, but not limited to, government -assisted housing, housing for ((lew-ieeeme ea)) mo ra low very low, and extremely low-income households, manufactured housing, multifamily housing, ( (a -ad) ) group homes foster, care facilities emergency housing, emergency shelters, Permanent supportive housing, and within an urban growth area boundary, consideration of duplexes, triolexes, and townhomes; ((ate)) (d) ((makes)) Makes adequate provisions for existing and projected needs of all economic segments of the community, including: (i) Incornorating consideration for low, very low, extremely low, and moderate -income households; (ii) Documenting programs and actions needed to _achie_ve_ housing availability including a s in local funding, barriers such as development regulations, and other limitations: (iii) Consideration of housing locations in relation to employment location; and (iv) Consideration of the role of accessory _dwelling units in meeting housing needs; (e) Identifies local policies and regulations that result _in racially disparate impacts displacement, and exclu_siQn in housing, including: i Zoning that may have a discriminator effect; (ii) Disinvestment; and (iii)Infrastructure availability; (f) Identifies and implements policies and requ-1-ations to address and be in to undo racially __aisparate impacts, displacement, anti exclusion in housing caused by local policies, plans, and action p. 4 E2SHB 1220.PL 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 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 (a_) identifies areas that may be at higher risk of displacement from market forces that occur with changes to zoning development regulations and ca ital investments• and (h) Establishes _antidisplacement policies, with consideration given to the Preservation of historical and cultural communities as well as investments in low, very low extremely low, and moderate - income housir. ecruitable develo m nt initiatives• inclusicnar zoning; community..planning requirements; tenant protections; land disposition ❑olicies; and consideration of land that may be used for affordable _housing . In counties and cities subject to the review and evaluation requirements of RCW 36.70A.215, any revision to the housing element shall include consideration of prior review and evaluation reports and any reasonable measures identified. The housing element should link jurisdictional goals ;with overall county„ goals _to ensure that the housing element goals are met. (3) A capital facilities plan element consisting of: (a) An inventory of existing capital facilities owned by public entities, showing the locations and capacities of the capital facilities; (b) a forecast of the future needs for such capital facilities;- (c) the proposed locations and capacities of expanded or new capital facilities; (d) at least a six -year plan that will finance such capital facilities within projected funding capacities and clearly identifies sources of public money for such purposes; and (e) a requirement to reassess the land use element if probable funding falls short of meeting existing needs and to ensure that the land use element, capital facilities plan element, and financing plan within the capital facilities plan element are coordinated and consistent. Park and recreation facilities shall be included in the capital facilities plan element. (4) A utilities element consisting of the general location, proposed location, and capacity of all existing and proposed utilities, including, but not limited to, electrical lines, telecommunication lines, and natural gas lines. (5) Rural element. Counties shall include a rural element including lands that are not designated for urban growth, agriculture, forest, or mineral resources. The following provisions shall apply to the rural element: (a) Growth management act goals and local circumstances. Because circumstances vary from county to county, in establishing patterns of p. 5 E2SHB 1220.PL 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 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 rural densities and uses, a county may consider local circumstances, but shall develop a written record explaining how the rural element harmonizes the planning goals in RCW 36.70A.020 and meets the requirements of this chapter. (b) Rural development. The rural element shall permit rural development, forestry, and agriculture in rural areas. The rural element shall provide for a variety of rural densities, uses, essential public facilities, and rural governmental services needed to serve the permitted densities and uses. To achieve a variety of rural densities and uses, counties may provide for clustering, density transfer, design guidelines, conservation easements, and other innovative techniques that will accommodate appropriate rural economic advancement, densities, and uses that are not characterized by urban growth and that are consistent with rural character. (c) Measures governing rural development. The rural element shall include measures that apply to rural development and protect the rural character of the area, as established by the county, by: (i) Containing or otherwise controlling rural development; (ii) Assuring visual compatibility of rural development with the surrounding rural area; (iii) Reducing the inappropriate conversion of undeveloped land into sprawling, low -density development in the rural area; (iv) Protecting critical areas, as provided in RCW 36.70A.060, and surface water and groundwater resources; and (v) Protecting against conflicts with the use of agricultural, forest, and mineral resource lands designated under RCW 36.70A.170. (d) Limited areas of more intensive rural development. Subject to the requirements of this subsection and except as otherwise specifically provided in this subsection (5)(d), the rural element may allow for limited areas of more intensive rural development, including necessary public facilities and public services to serve the limited area as follows: (i) Rural development consisting of the infill, development, or redevelopment of existing commercial, industrial, residential, or mixed -use areas, whether characterized as shoreline development, villages, hamlets, rural activity centers, or crossroads developments. (A) A commercial, industrial, residential, shoreline, or mixed - use area are subject to the requirements of (d)(iv) of this p. 6 E2SHB 1220.PL 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 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 subsection, but are not subject to the requirements of (c)(ii) and (iii) of this subsection. (B) Any development or redevelopment other than an industrial area or an industrial use within a mixed -use area or an industrial area under this subsection (5)(d)(i) must be principally designed to serve the existing and projected rural population. (C) Any development or redevelopment in terms of building size, scale, use, or intensity shall be consistent with the character of the existing areas. Development and redevelopment may include changes in use from vacant land or a previously existing use so long as the new use conforms to the requirements of this subsection (5); (ii) The intensification of development on lots containing, or new development of, small-scale recreational or tourist uses, including commercial facilities to serve those recreational or tourist uses, that rely on a rural location and setting, but that do not include new residential development. A small-scale recreation or tourist use is not required to be principally designed to serve the existing and projected rural population. Public services and public facilities shall be limited to those necessary to serve the recreation or tourist use and shall be provided in a manner that does not permit low -density sprawl; (iii) The intensification of development on lots containing isolated nonresidential uses or new development of isolated -cottage industries and isolated small-scale businesses that are not principally designed to serve the existing and projected rural population and nonresidential uses, but do provide job opportunities for rural residents. Rural counties may allow the expansion of small- scale businesses as long as those small-scale businesses conform with the rural character of the area as defined by the local government according to RCW 36.70A.030(((16r))) (23). Rural counties may also allow new small-scale businesses to utilize a site previously occupied by an existing business as long as the new small-scale business conforms to the rural character of the area as defined by the local government according to RCW 36.70A.030(((16))) (23). Public services and public facilities shall be limited to those necessary to serve the isolated nonresidential use and shall be provided in a manner that does not permit low -density sprawl; (iv) A county shall adopt measures to minimize and contain the existing areas or uses of more intensive rural development, as appropriate, authorized under this subsection. Lands included in such p. 7 E2SHB 1220.PL 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 existing areas or uses shall not extend beyond the logical outer boundary of the existing area or use, thereby allowing a new pattern of low -density sprawl. Existing areas are those that are clearly identifiable and contained and where there is a logical boundary delineated predominately by the built environment, but that may also include undeveloped lands if limited as provided in this subsection. The county shall establish the logical outer boundary of an area of more intensive rural development. In establishing the logical outer boundary, the county shall address (A) the need to preserve the character of existing natural neighborhoods and communities, (B) physical boundaries, such as bodies of water, streets and highways, and land forms and contours, (C) the prevention of abnormally irregular boundaries, and (D) the ability to provide public facilities and public services in a manner that does not permit low - density sprawl; (v) For purposes of (d) of this subsection, an existing area or existing use is one that was in existence: (A) On July 1, 1990, in a county that was initially required to plan under all of the provisions of this chapter; (B) On the date the county adopted a resolution under RCW 36.70A.040(2), in a county that is planning under all of the provisions of this chapter under RCW 36.70A.040(2); or (C) On the date the office of financial management certifies the county's population as provided in RCW 36.70A.040(5), in a county that is planning under all of the provisions of this chapter pursuant to RCW 36.70A.040(5). (e) Exception. This subsection shall not be interpreted to permit in the rural area a major industrial development or a master planned resort unless otherwise specifically permitted under RCW 36.70A.360 and 36.70A.365. (6) A transportation element that implements, and is consistent with, the land use element. (a) The transportation element shall include the following subelements: (i) Land use assumptions used in estimating travel; (ii) Estimated traffic impacts to state-owned transportation facilities resulting from land use assumptions to assist the department of transportation in monitoring the performance of state facilities, to plan improvements for the facilities, and to assess p. 8 E2SHB 1220.PL 1 the impact of land -use decisions on state-owned transportation 2 facilities; 3 (iii) Facilities and services needs, including: 4 (A) An inventory of air, water, and ground transportation 5 facilities and services, including transit alignments and general 6 aviation airport facilities, to define existing capital facilities 7 and travel levels as a basis for future planning. This inventory must 8 include state-owned transportation facilities within the city or 9 county's jurisdictional boundaries; 10 (B) Level of service standards for all locally owned arterials 11 and transit routes to serve as a gauge to judge performance of the 12 system. These standards should be regionally coordinated; 13 (C) For state-owned transportation facilities, level of service 14 standards for highways, as prescribed in chapters 47.06 and 47.80 15 RCW, to gauge the performance of the system. The purposes of 16 reflecting level of service standards for state highways in the local 17 comprehensive plan are to monitor the performance of the system, to 18 evaluate improvement strategies, and to facilitate coordination 19 between the county's or city's six -year street, road, or transit 20 program and the office of financial management's ten-year investment 21 program. The concurrency requirements of (b) of this subsection do - -22 —not—apply- tit-ransportati-on-faciliti-es and services -af -statewide 23 significance except for counties consisting of islands whose only 24 connection to the mainland are state highways or ferry routes. In 25 these island counties, state highways and ferry route capacity must 26 be a factor in meeting the concurrency requirements in (b) of this 27 subsection; 28 (D) Specific actions and requirements for bringing into 29 compliance locally owned transportation facilities or services that 30 are below an established level of service standard; 31 (E) Forecasts of traffic for at least ten years based on the 32 adopted land use plan to provide information on the location, timing, 33 and capacity needs of future growth; 34 (F) Identification of state and local system needs to meet 35 current and future demands. Identified needs on state-owned 36 transportation facilities must be consistent with the statewide 37 multimodal transportation plan required under chapter 47.06 RCW; 38 (iv) Finance, including: 39 (A) An analysis of funding capability to judge needs against 10 probable funding resources; P. 9 E2SHB 1220.PL 22 23 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 i6 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 (B) A multiyear financing plan based on the needs identified in the comprehensive plan, the appropriate parts of which shall serve as the basis for the six -year street, road, or transit program required by RCW 35.77.010 for cities, RCW 36.81.121 for counties, and RCW 35.58.2795 for public transportation systems. The multiyear financing plan should be coordinated with the ten-year investment program developed by the office of financial management as required by RCW 47.05.030; (C) If probable funding falls short of meeting identified needs, a discussion of how additional funding will be raised, or how land use assumptions will be reassessed to ensure that level of service standards will be met; (v) Intergovernmental coordination efforts, including an assessment of the impacts of the transportation plan and land use assumptions on the transportation systems of adjacent jurisdictions; (vi) Demand -management strategies; (vii) Pedestrian and bicycle component to include collaborative efforts to identify and designate planned improvements for pedestrian and bicycle facilities and corridors that address and encourage enhanced community access and promote healthy lifestyles- (b) After adoption of the comprehensive plan by jurisdictions required to plan or who choose to plan under RCW 36.70A.040, local jurisdictions must adopt and enforce ordinances which prohibit development approval if the development causes the level of service on a locally owned transportation facility to decline below the standards adopted in the transportation element of the comprehensive plan, unless transportation improvements or strategies to accommodate the impacts of development are made concurrent with the development. These strategies may include increased public transportation service, ride -sharing programs, demand management, and other transportation systems management strategies. For the purposes of this subsection (6), "concurrent with the development" means that improvements or strategies are in place at the time of development, or that a financial commitment is in place to complete the improvements or strategies within six years. If the collection of impact fees is delayed under RCW 82.02.050(3), the six -year period required by this subsection (6)(b) must begin after full payment of all impact fees is due to the county or city. (c) The transportation element described in this subsection (6), the six -year plans required by RCW 35.77.010 for cities, RCW P. 10 E2SHB 1220.PL 24 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 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 36.81.121 for counties, and RCW 35.58.2795 for public transportation systems, and the ten-year investment program required by RCW 47.05.030 for the state, must be consistent. (7) An economic development element establishing local goals, policies, objectives, and provisions for economic growth and vitality and a high quality of life. A city that has chosen to be a residential community is exempt from the economic development element requirement of this subsection. (8) A park and recreation element that implements, and is consistent with, the capital facilities plan element as it relates to park and recreation facilities. The element shall include: (a) Estimates of park and recreation demand for at least a ten-year period; (b) an evaluation of facilities and service needs; and (c) an evaluation of intergovernmental coordination opportunities to provide regional approaches for meeting park and recreational demand. (9) It is the intent that new or amended elements required after January 1, 2002, be adopted concurrent with the scheduled update provided in RCW 36.70A.130. Requirements to incorporate any such new or amended elements shall be null and void until funds sufficient to cover applicable local government costs are appropriated and distributed by the state at least two years before local government must update comprehensive plans as required in RCW 36.70A.130. NEW SECTION. Sec. 3. A new section is added to chapter 35A.21 RCW to read as follows: A code city shall not prohibit transitional housing or permanent supportive housing in any zones in which residential dwelling units or hotels are allowed. Effective September 30, 2021, a code city shall not prohibit indoor emergency shelters and indoor emergency housing in any zones in which hotels are allowed, except in such cities that have adopted an ordinance authorizing indoor emergency shelters and indoor emergency housing in a majority of zones within a one -mile proximity to transit. Reasonable occupancy, spacing, and intensity of use requirements may be imposed by ordinance on permanent supportive housing, transitional housing, indoor emergency housing, and indoor emergency shelters to protect public health and safety. Any such requirements on occupancy, spacing, and intensity of use may not prevent the siting of a sufficient number of permanent supportive housing, transitional housing, indoor emergency housing, or indoor emergency shelters necessary to accommodate each code P. 11 E2SHB 1220.PL 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 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 city's projected need for such housing and shelter under RCW 36.70A.070 (2) (a) (ii) . NEW SECTION. Sec. 4. A new section is added to chapter 35.21 RCW to read as follows: A city shall not prohibit transitional housing or permanent supportive housing in any zones in which residential dwelling units or hotels are allowed. Effective September 30, 2021, a city shall not prohibit indoor emergency shelters and indoor emergency housing in any zones in which hotels are allowed, except in such cities that have adopted an ordinance authorizing indoor emergency shelters and indoor emergency housing in a majority of zones within a one -mile proximity to transit. Reasonable occupancy, spacing, and intensity of use requirements may be imposed by ordinance on permanent supportive housing, transitional housing, indoor emergency housing, and indoor emergency shelters to protect public health and safety. Any such requirements on occupancy, spacing, and intensity of use may not prevent the siting of a sufficient number of permanent supportive housing, transitional housing, indoor emergency housing, or indoor emerqency shelters necessary to accommodate each city's projected need for such housing and shelter under RCW 36.70A.070(2)(a)(ii). Sec. 5. RCW 36.70A.390 and 1992 c 207 s 6 are each amended to read as follows: A county or city governing body that adopts a moratorium, interim zoning map, interim zoning ordinance, or interim official control without holding a public hearing on the proposed moratorium, interim zoning map, interim zoning ordinance, or interim official control, shall hold a public hearing on the adopted moratorium, interim zoning map, interim zoning ordinance, or interim official control within at least sixty days of its adoption, whether or not the governing body received a recommendation on the matter from the planning commission or department. If the governing body does not adopt findings of fact justifying its action before this hearing, then the governing body shall do so immediately after this public hearing. A moratorium, interim zoning map, interim zoning ordinance, or interim official control adopted under this section may be effective for not longer than six months, but may be effective for up to one year if a work plan is developed for related studies providing for such a longer period. A moratorium, interim zoning map, interim zoning ordinance, p. 12 E2SHB 1220.PL 26 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 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 or interim official control may be renewed for one or more six-month periods if a subsequent public hearing is held and findings of fact are made prior to each renewal. This section does not apply to the designation of critical areas, agricultural lands, forestlands, and mineral resource lands, under RCW 36.70A.170, and the conservation of these lands and protection of these areas under RCW 36.70A.060, prior to such actions being taken in a comprehensive plan adopted under RCW 36.70A.070 and implementing development regulations adopted under RCW 36.70A.120, if a public hearing is held on such proposed actions. This section does not apply to ordinances or development regulations adopted by a city that prohibit building permit applications for or the construction of transitional housing or Permanent supportive housina in any zones in which residential dwelling units or hotels are allowed or prohibit building permit aRplicar-ions for or the construction of indoor emergency shelters and indoor emer_g ncy__h_o_u_�any zones in which hotels are allowed. Sec. 6. RCW 36.70A.030 and 2020 c 173 s 4 are each amended to read as follows: Unless the context clearly requires otherwise, the definitions in this section apply throughout this chapter. (1) "Adopt a comprehensive land use plan" means to enact a new comprehensive land use plan or to update an existing comprehensive land use plan. (2) "Affordable housing" means, unless the context clearly indicates otherwise, residential housing whose monthly costs, including utilities other than telephone, do not exceed thirty percent of the monthly income of a household whose income is: (a) For rental housing, sixty percent of the median household income adjusted for household size, for the county where the household is located, as reported by the United States department of housing and urban development; or (b) For owner -occupied housing, eighty percent of the median household income adjusted for household size, for the county where the household is located, as reported by the United States department of housing and urban development. (3) "Agricultural land" means land primarily devoted to the commercial production of horticultural, viticultural, floricultural, dairy, apiary, vegetable, or animal products or of berries, grain, p. 13 E2SHB 1220.PL L/ 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 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 hay, straw, turf, seed, Christmas trees not subject to the excise tax imposed by RCW 84.33.100 through 84.33.140, finfish in upland hatcheries, or livestock, and that has long-term commercial significance for agricultural production. (4) "City" means any city or town, including a code city. (5) "Comprehensive land use plan," "comprehensive plan," or "plan" means a generalized coordinated land use policy statement of the governing body of a county or city that is adopted pursuant to this chapter. (6) "Critical areas" include the following areas and ecosystems: (a) Wetlands; (b) areas with a critical recharging effect on aquifers used for potable water; (c) fish and wildlife habitat conservation areas; (d) frequently flooded areas; and (e) geologically hazardous areas. "Fish and wildlife habitat conservation areas" does not include such artificial features or constructs as irrigation delivery systems, irrigation infrastructure, irrigation canals, or drainage ditches that lie within the boundaries of and are maintained by a port district or an irrigation district or company. (7) "Department" means the department of commerce. (8) "Development regulations" or "regulation" means the controls placed on development or lard use activities by a county or city, including, but not limited to, zoning ordinances, critical areas ordinances, shoreline master programs, official controls, planned unit development ordinances, subdivision ordinances, and binding site plan ordinances together with any amendments thereto. A development regulation does not include a decision to approve a project permit application, as defined in RCW 36.70B.020, even though the decision may be expressed in a resolution or ordinance of the legislative body of the county or city. (9) "Emergency housing" means temporary indoor accommodations for individuals or families who are homeless or at imminent risk of becoming homeless that is intended to address the basic health, food, clothing, and Personal hygiene needs of individuals or families. EmerdencV_hous_iniL may or may not require occupants to enter into a le se _or an _occupancy agreement. (10) "Emergency shelter" means a facility that provides a temporary shelter for individuals or families who are currently homeless. Emergency shelter may not require occupants to enter into a lease or an occupancy agreement. Emergency shelter facilities _y p. 14 E2SHB 1220.PL 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 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 include day and warming centers that do not pr❑_v_idg_ overnight accommodations. (11) "Extremely low-income household" means a single person, family, or unrelated persons living together whose adjusted income is at or below thirty percent of the median household income adjusted for household size, for the county where the household is located, as reported by the United States department of housing and urban development. M I GH ) (12) "Forestland" means land primarily devoted to growing trees for long-term commercial timber production on land that can be economically and practically managed for such production, including Christmas trees subject to the excise tax imposed under RCW 84.33.100 through 84.33.140, and that has long-term commercial significance. In determining whether forestland is primarily devoted to growing trees for long-term commercial timber production on land that can be economically and practically managed for such production, the following factors shall be considered: (a) The proximity of the land to urban, suburban, and rural settlements; (b) surrounding parcel size and the compatibility and intensity of adjacent and nearbv land uses; (c) long-term local economic conditions that affect the ability to manage for timber production; and (d) the availability of public facilities and services conducive to conversion of forestland to other uses. (({ice))) (13) "Freight rail dependent uses" means buildings and other infrastructure that are used in the fabrication, processing, storage, and transport of goods where the use is dependent on and makes use of an adjacent short line railroad. Such facilities are both urban and rural development for purposes of this chapter. "Freight rail dependent uses" does not include buildings and other infrastructure that are used in the fabrication, processing, storage, and transport of coal, liquefied natural gas, or "crude oil" as defined in RCW 90.56.010. (((1-2))) (14) "Geologically hazardous areas" means areas that because of their susceptibility to erosion, sliding, earthquake, or other geological events, are not suited to the siting of commercial, residential, or industrial development consistent with public health or safety concerns. (((13))) (15) "Long-term commercial significance" includes the growing capacity, productivity, and soil composition of the land for long-term commercial production, in consideration with the land's p. 15 E2SHB 1220.PL 29 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 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 proximity to population areas, and the possibility of more intense uses of the land. (((14))) (16) "Low-income household" means a single person, family, or unrelated persons living together whose adjusted income is at or below eighty percent of the median household income adjusted for household size, for the county where the household is located, as reported by the United States department of housing and urban development. ((SH) (17) "Minerals" include gravel, sand, and valuable metallic substances. (((16))) 18 "Moderate -income household" means a single oersan family, or unrelated persons livingtogether whose ad�usted income is at or below 120 percent of the median household income adjusted for household size, for the county where the household is located as reported by the Unit d Stat s department of housing and urban development. .(19) "Permanent supportive housing" is subsidized, leased housing with no limit on length of stay that prioritizes people who need comprehensive support services to retain tenancy and utilizes admissions practices designed to use lower barriers to entry than would be typical for other subsidized or unsubsidized rental housing, especially related to rental history, criminal history, and personal behaviors. Permanent supportive housing is paired with on -site or off -site voluntary services designed to support a person living with a complex and disabling behavioral health or physical health condition who was experiencing homelessness or was at imminent risk of homelessness prior to moving into housing to retain their housing and be a successful tenant in a housing arrangement, improve the resident's health status, and connect the resident of the housing with community -based health care, treatment, or employment services. Permanent supportive housing is subject to all of the rights and responsibilities defined in chapter 59.18 RCW. (({:7})) A20) "Public facilities" include streets, roads, highways, sidewalks, street and road lighting systems, traffic signals, domestic water systems, storm and sanitary sewer systems, parks and recreational facilities, and schools. (((18))) (21) "Public services" include fire protection and suppression, law enforcement, public health, education, recreation, environmental protection, and other governmental services. p. 16 E2SHB 1220.PL 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 LO L1 L2 L3 L4 L5 L6 L7 L8 L9 ?0 ?1 ?2 ?3 ?4 ?5 ?6 ?7 ?8 ?9 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 (((19))) (22) "Recreational land" means land so designated under RCW 36.70A.1701 and that, immediately prior to this designation, was designated as agricultural land of long-term commercial significance under RCW 36.70A.170. Recreational land must have playing fields and supporting facilities existing before July 1, 2004, for sports played on grass playing fields. (({&})) (23) "Rural character" refers to the patterns of land use and development established by a county in the rural element of its comprehensive plan: (a) In which open space, the natural landscape, and vegetation predominate over the built environment; (b) That foster traditional rural lifestyles, rural -based economies, and opportunities to both live and work in rural areas; (c) That provide visual landscapes that are traditionally found in rural areas and communities; (d) That are compatible with the use of the land by wildlife and for fish and wildlife habitat; (e) That reduce the inappropriate conversion of undeveloped land into sprawling, low -density development; (f) That generally do not require the extension of urban governmental services; and (g) That are consistent with the protection of natural surface water flows and groundwater and surface water recharge and discharge areas. (({-2}))) (24) "Rural development" refers to development outside the urban growth area and outside agricultural, forest, and mineral resource lands designated pursuant to RCW 36.70A.170. Rural development can consist of a variety of uses and residential densities, including clustered residential development, at levels that are consistent with the preservation of rural character and the requirements of the rural element. Rural development does not refer to agriculture or forestry activities that may be conducted in rural areas. (((22))) (25) "Rural governmental services" or "rural services" include those public services and public facilities historically and typically delivered at an intensity usually found in rural areas, and may include domestic water systems, fire and police protection services, transportation and public transit services, and other public utilities associated with rural development and normally not p. 17 E2SHB 1220.PL 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 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 associated with urban areas. Rural services do not include storm or sanitary sewers, except as otherwise authorized by RCW 36.70A.110(4). (((23))) (26) "Short line railroad" means those railroad lines designated class II or class III by the United States surface transportation board. (({ 4))) (27), "Urban governmental services" or "urban services" include those public services and public facilities at an intensity historically and typically provided in cities, specifically including storm_ and sanitary sewer systems, domestic water systems, street cleaning services, fire and police protection services, public transit services, and other public utilities associated with urban areas and normally not associated with rural areas. (((25))) (28) "Urban growth" refers to growth that makes intensive use of land for the location of buildings, structures, and impermeable surfaces to such a degree as to be incompatible with the primary use of land for the production of food, other agricultural products, or fiber, or the extraction of mineral resources, rural uses, rural development, and natural resource lands designated pursuant --to RCW 36.70A.170. A pattern of more intensive rural development, as provided in RCW 36.70A.070(5)(d), is not urban growth. when allowed to spread over wide areas, urban growth typically requires urban governmental services. "Characterized by urban growth" refers to land having urban growth located on it, or to land located in relationship to an area with urban growth on it as to be appropriate for urban growth. (({26})) (29) "Urban growth areas" means those areas designated by a county pursuant to RCW 36.70A.110. (({ })) [L,a "Very low-income household" means a single person, family, or unrelated persons living together whose adjusted income is at or below fifty percent of the median household income adjusted for household size, for the county where the household is located, as reported by the United States department of housing and urban development. (((28))) (31) "Wetland" or "wetlands" means areas that are inundated or saturated by surface water or groundwater at a frequency and duration sufficient to support, and that under normal circumstances do support, a prevalence of vegetation typically adapted for life in saturated soil conditions. Wetlands generally include swamps, marshes, bogs, and similar areas. Wetlands do not include those artificial wetlands intentionally created from p. 18 E2SHB 1220.PL I nonwetland sites, including, but not limited to, irrigation and 2 drainage ditches, grass -lined swales, canals, detention facilities, 3 wastewater treatment facilities, farm ponds, and landscape amenities, 4 or those wetlands created after July 1, 1990, that were 5 unintentionally created as a result of the construction of a road, 6 street, or highway. Wetlands may include those artificial wetlands 7 intentionally created from nonwetland areas created to mitigate 8 conversion of wetlands. 9 NEW SECTION. Sec. 7. A new section is added to chapter 36.70A 10 RCW to read as follows: 11 In addition to ordinances, development regulations, and other 12 official controls adopted or amended, a city or county should 13 consider policies to encourage the construction of accessory dwelling 14 units as a way to meet affordable housing goals. These policies could 15 include, but are not limited to: 16 (1) The city or county may not require the owner of a lot on 17 which there is an accessory dwelling unit to reside in or occupy the 18 accessory dwelling unit or another housing unit on the same lot; 19 (2) The city or county may require the owner not to use the 20 accessory dwelling unit for short-term rentals; 21 (3) The city or county may not count residents of accessory 22 dwelling units against existing limits on the n3mher of unrelated 23 residents on a lot; 24 (4) The city or county may not establish a minimum gross floor 25 area for accessory dwelling units that exceeds the state building 26 code; 27 (5) The city or county m st make the same allowances for 28 accessory dwelling units' roof decks, balconies, and porches to 29 encroach on setbacks as are allowed for the principal unit; 30 (6) The city or county must apply abutting lot setbacks to 31 accessory dwelling units on lots abutting zones with lower setback 32 requirements; 33 (7) The city or county must establish an amnesty progra7. to help 34 owners of unpermitted accessory dwelling units to obtain a permit; 35 (8) The city or county must permit accessory dwelling units in 36 structures detached from the principal unit, must allow an accessory 37 dwelling unit on any lot that meets the minimum lot size required for 38 the principal unit, and must allow attached accessory dwelling units 39 on any lot with a principal unit that is nonconforming solely because P. 19 E2SHB 1220.PL 1 the lot is smaller than the minimum size, as long as the accessory 2 dwelling unit would not increase nonconformity of the residential use 3 with respect to building height, bulk, or lot coverage; 4 (9) The city or county may not establish a maximum gross floor 5 area requirement for accessory dwelling units that are less than 6 1,000 square feet or 60 percent of the principal unit, whichever is 7 greater, or that exceeds 1,200 square feet; 8 (10) A city or county must allow accessory dwelling units to be 9 converted from existing structures, including but not limited to 10 detached garages, even if they violate current code requirements for 11 setbacks or lot coverage; 12 (11) A city or county may not require public street improvements 13 as a condition of permitting accessory dwelling units; and 14 (12) A city or county may require a new or separate utility 15 connection between an accessory dwelling unit and a utility only when 16 necessary to be consistent with water availability requirements, 17 water system plans, small water system management plans, or 18 established policies adopted by the water or sewer utility provider. 19 If such a connection is necessary, the connection fees and capacity 20 charges must: 2l (a+---Beproportionate--to—the burdenof the -proposed accessory 22 dwelling unit upon the water or sewer system; and 23 (b) Not exceed the reasonable cost of providing the service. p_ 20 E2SHB 1220.PL Exhibit 2: Planning Commission Response Memo CI" OF Federal Way Centered on Opportunity MEMORANDUM DATE: 25 August 2021 TO: l,cdcral Wav Planting Commission FROM: Brian Davis " Director of C:ommunitr Development Keith Niyen, :114:P, (.1_r17 Planning; Manager COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT 33325 81" Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 253-835-7000 www.ciWoffederalwaV,.com Jim Ferrell, Mayor SUBJECT: Response Memo -- Proposed Code Amendments For Permanent Supportive Housing and Emergency Housing And Shelter (File 21-103086-00-UP) 'Ilse following issues were discussed as part of the Public I Icaring on 18 August 2021 relating to the proposed code amendments. Staff's response follows the issue raised. 1 low will the Department of Commerce determine the Deed for federal Way and will existing units count towards meeting the Citt's need? Under I IB 1220, cities must inventor• and analyze existing and projected housing needs for permanent supportive housing; and transitional housing and emergency housing; and shelter. As a result, existing units will be anal -zed and incorporated into determining future need. Staff also sent a request for additional information to the Department of Commerce on 'lliursdaN-, 19 August 2 Staff received the following response from Commerce: "We are engaging a consultant to provide the projections of housing for next year. We do not have a current methodolog,n•, and will expect our consultant to work with King County and other jurisdictions to develop the methodology to project housing need — for all income segments, and for the temporary and emergence housing and PSI I. Were you looking at the shelters, transitional housing and PSI I? We don't have anything for that right now. I was looking at King County's subregvonal estimates for that housing need with another jurisdiction, and then estimating portion, projecting ahead, and using that as the basis of "allowing" those types of housing. We arc recommending classic "show your work" cover for your code amendments." 2. Rclook at the methodology for determining need. Sec _1//admicnl i 3. The presentation identifies investments in permanent supportive housing have helped decrease the number of chronically homeless individuals by eight percent since 2007. Does King Counts- have an expectation for success from the I lousing First approach? Staff called King County Department of Community and I-luman Services on Fridav, 20 August 2021. Staff received the following information from King County: 35 For PSH our region has the following performance expectations for permanent supportive housing. How are our programs performing overall? 7/1/2020 to 6/30/2021 '•+.rmanentfy Average length R[tumto Homeless VtOhuatron Houw ofStay (days) NomelesW616s Entries Rate 96% N/A. 2% 78% 96% "Our expectation for PSH are as follows: • Permanently Housed: 90% of people referred to PSH are permanently housing • Length of Stay: N/A, because the expectation is that people stay permanently • Return to Homelessness: 5% (adults and families)... meaning that 95% retain their permanent supportive housing ■ Homeless I :ntries: 90% are literally homeless at entry to PSH • Viilvation Rate: 85Nq. of all PSf I units are leased at all times w/in a building (anti across the s►•stcm)" Parldnl requirt7nenrs should acwunr ftir empinvecs. ., kwed.. Staff Imike:d for similar examples of bou,;ing and emphivvcs tieing in the same f tcifiry in the c+xir and : -mid su�,cKt tlx number e:f ;:p.:«s fr:r en:p11-VVV% be lz .ndledl-,4=ilar tc: the prCY.6%io s frx: e: rtvrtlt �cnt canters, Staff would suggest the fcslll )wing revisions: Zone Initial Proposal Updated Proposal SE 1-2/units 1-2/units and 1 ftyr every 2 elnp6%,ces SF 1-2/units 1-2/units and I for evLTy 2 employees MF 1-2/1.111its 1-2/units and I for every 2 empin}-ees NB 1-2/units 1-2/units and I for every 2 empllivecs CB 1-2/1.3nits 1-2/unitt and 1 for every 2 cmployees CC-C 1-2/units 1-2/units and 1 forc►cry 2 cmpioyct.-, CC-F 1-2/units I-2/units and 1 for every 2 cmpirrVctw CE 1-2/units 1-2/units and I for every 2 employees 36 5. Does the city know how many* shelter and PSH units, exist in the city currently? The city currently- does not kegs a database of this information. 1 lowever, Community- Services staff identified the following existing units, which represent the city'% best estimate of currently costing units: [-Irrmunrur .Viope..onive 1 lr ixhs ,- - Multi -Service Center, WIIliam 1 \Vood for veterans and their ftmilies: 44 units -1'wnrilMnul Ho►r i► g: - FUSION, scattered site for families: 20± units MArker - FUSION: family shelter, 29 rooms - CCS, Temporary location for adults: 20± double occupancy rooms beds (Red Lion) G. How many households in Federal \Way are currently at imminent risk of becoming homeless? I rom the draft Housing Action Plan: Severely Cost Burdened (paying 50%+ of income for housing): On,nerrlkip — 5,861 Rrid if — 4,093 Tool— 9,954 households The city does not have access to any other data to help inform this response. 7. Is there a way to prioritize housing for families? Staff is unaware of a way to write code to address this desired outcome. This seems more appropriate to be included as a new policy for the comprehensive plan when the housing element is updated. 8. Can the spacing for single-family be increased? Potentially yes: r1. Increasr the separation requirement from'.': mile to 1 mile 3). 9. Can the city- require the operators to require background checks for residents? .See /Ilia, limes/ 2 10. Can the city- require treatment for residents with substance addictions? .See .-Rtwlomenl 37 11. Delay these proposed amendments uitti! the city can re-ieu- peer C'6Cs ordinances. It is staffs recommendation that the Planning Commission recommend to the Council the adoption of the proposed code amendments as revised. As was stated in the hearing on 18 August 2021, by adopting the new code, the city, will have protection measures in place that will not be part of code if these amendments arc postrnmed. Afrer the statutory diadlitit! for compliance on September 25, all cities will be subject to state law which mandates allowance of shelter and PSH uses. This means an unlimited number cif shelter or PSI l projects could he built in a city that has not adopted standards and limitations such as those being proposed. 12. Can the city provide a map showing spacing for single-family zones;. See .4itaehntenl 3 RECUMMENUATION a. Remise the proposed parking; reyturcments as containcd in this memorandum; avid b- Include the operatir)nal rLqu[remc-nts (Alzeirhmrn!-j; and c. Increase the separation for single-family zones to 1 mile. 38 ATTACHMENT 1-- Reevaluating Projected Need 1. Staff reached out to other cities to understand how they forecasted need. 2. Staff reread and re-evaluated the Point -in -Time Count 1. Outreach to other cities, their responses are provided below Kent: "...did not include a forecast number as part of their code revision process, we are proposing to reexamine the standards after the city receives information from Commerce" Auburn: "The legislation specifies to be effective the implementation must funded by the legislature. Even if this should change and the legislature provides funds, the city has been receptive to parts of FIB 1220 and did not feel that a more immediate response by d-ie unrealistic deadline in September is required, if we are making progress towards implementation of some of the provisions. Auburn has recently been selected as one of the sites for King County's Ilealth through Housing project sites for conversion of a hotel and with our i\Iayor's support." Tuk►vi1a: "'Tukwila is not trying to estimate what commerce may decide is our projected need. Our draft ordinance caps the size of facilities by zone and includes spacing and location requirements. If those constrain the number of facilities below what is later calculated as our need we will reevaluate then." Des Moines: "We have yet to calculate the need but our initial approach is to do the following: Calculate the percentage of DM population within the Point -in -Time Count extent - Use the same percentage of DNI on the total point -in -time count - N-value provides a general estimate - Review past time counts to determine trend (if any) and consider what the amount would need to be in the next 5 years based on calculation" SeaTac: "As to the Projected Need number, staff has landed on 100-150 people. I-Iow we came to this range: ■ We believe the intent of this portion of legislation is to provide for currently homeless, those at imminent risk of homelessness, and those chronically homeless (for permanent supportive housing). ■ Based on that we turned to the King County 2020 Point -in -Time Count: 2020 Seattle/King County Point -in -Time Count of Individuals Experiencing Homelessness ■ Utilizing die Point -in -Time Count, Sea fac's proportional share of homeless was 99. We went up to 150 due to a statement in the county report that the numbers were found were most likely an undercount." Renton: "To estimate the projected need for emergency housing and shelters, staff used data from the 2020 Seattle/King County Point -in -Time Count of Individuals Experiencing I Iomelessness (Count-Us-In-2020-Pinal.pdf (kcrha.org)). Because Renton accounts for approximately 17.5% of the southwest population, staff posits that the city's projected need for emergency housing and shelters.is approximately 329 beds (17.5% of 1,880)." 39 2. Point -in -Time Count — reevaluation a. Is 17% an accurate representation of Federal V ay's share? Staffs extrapolation of Federal V"ay's share of S\t' King Count- (17'.(,) is consistent with the methodology used by Rcnton, Se:i Tac, Des Moincs and Covington. Staff did not receive a response from staffs request for more specific data for the city (email sent to Allhome on 19 August 2021). No changes are recommended. b. Is the Point -in -Time Count an under -representation? The Point -in -Time Count is a statistically significant measurement of the number of homeless individuals on one night per year in Januan. The Point -in -'Time Count is generally considered to be an under -representation of the total number of homeless individuals; however, the degree of under -representation is unclear and has not been quantified. Two factors contribute to a potential under -representation arc methodology of count, as well as the use of a single count on a single night of the year. c. Should the city apply a multiplier to determine its Projected Need? No. Although the city believes the Point -in- Timc Count is generally considered to be under- represcntative of the total number of homeless individuals as discussed above, staff arc recommending no multiplier be applied for the following reasons: i. The statistical aceuracv claimed bV the authors of the study (95t%"); ii. 11-ic 2(0) data included an internal "multinlicr" used in previous years to account for individuals in cars or vacant buildings that ecnlld not be physically seen and counted by titlr_vevors;- iii. :\lthough staff initiall} suK estcd using a 2.5 multiplier based on a 2001 study anal} ring natiomvide Point -in 'Time counts, the Commission raised concerns this study -was dated and may not reflect the accuracy of the 2020 Scattle/King County Count; and iv- The Point -in -Time Count counts individuals. However, the Projected Need for the city is calculated on a per -unit basis, as opposed to an individual basis. Invariably, some ututs will be occupied by individuals and some by households of two or more. As provided in the report (sec the table belmv), almost 27/i, of the 11,751 counted individuals were part of a household. By basing the city s projected unit need on our proportionate share of the 11,751 individuals — as opposed to our proportionate share of households — the cit's methodologn- creates a built-in 27"/, buffer to account for any potential undercount resulting from the Point -in -Time study. HUD Reported Data: Household Totals ALL HOUSE HOWS: TO tALS Ut Sheltered Sheltered Sheltered ES I TH i SH Unshehered I Total Total number of households 3235 977 81 4329 8622 Total number of persons 4085 2007 81 1 5578 1 11751 3. Conclusion: Revise the Projected Need for Federal Way from 1,123 to 450 (combined PS14 and Shelter), consisting of 194 units (4. /,)) of emergency housing; and shelter, and, 256 units (5�"S�} nfpermanent support' housing; and transi'diina] hetusing,'llu:se Percctirages arc dcm-cd trr,m the respcctnve proportions of transitional housing, disabled housing, and shelter housing found in the Point -in -Time Count. Taking the existing count as well as what is in the Pipeline (King County proposals): Projected Existing Proposed Itemainder to meet Need Projected Need Emert ency housing and 194 291 90 (Red Icon) 75 emergency shelter Permanent supportive housing 256 64 101 (Extended Stay) 91 and transitional housing Mere are an additional 20 units that are current y located at the Rcd Lion that gill be part of the 91) proposed. RATIONALE a. Lasing the 2020 Seattle King County Point -in -'lime Count is the best source of current data available to base the city's Projected Need. b. Utiliiang the best data available, taking the proportionate share of homeless from the Point -in -Time Count. for SW King County as a direct percentagc: of the cit}'s population as a percentage of those cities and areas comprising the SW King County region (171/0) represents a reasonable, non -arbitrary decision and is consistent with other cities' approaches. c. Thew arc adequate reasons (as stated above) for not applying a multiplier to the final adjusted Point -in - Time Count, and no data or basis upon which to quantify such an additional multiplier is available to the city at this time. 41 ATTACHMENT 2 — Additional Special Regulations and Notes following review and consideration of comments from the Planning Commission, public comments, and review of the legality of imposing additional regulations, staff recommend including the Itfllowing as Special Regulations and Notes to each zone use chart as part of this amendment. A. In single-family and multi -family residential zones, residents must be referred by providers of housing and services for people experiencing homelessness. Direct intake of residents at the site is not allowed. B. A description of transit, pedestrian, and bicycle access from the subject site to services and schools must be provided to the residents. C. An operations plan must be provided that addresses the following elements: 1. Roles and responsibilities of key staff; 2. Site/ management, including a security and emergency plan; 3. Site/facility maintenance; 4. Occupancy policies, including resident responsibilities and a code of conduct that includes, at a minimum, a prohibition on threatening and unsafe behavior, and the on -site use and sale of illegal drugs; 5. Access to human and social services, including a staffing plan and expected outcome measures; and 0. 1'mcedures for maintaining accurate and complete records. D. Providers and/or managing agetteie­% shall have either a demonstrated cxperie:tce proriding similar services to people cxperieneing.homela.'ssncss, certifications or.academic crcdeatials.in an applicabLhuman service field, and/or applicable experience in a related program with people experiencing homelessness. L. For health and safety reasons, the sponsor and/ter m:unagi+ig agency shall take all rutsintable and IcYal steps to obtain verifiable identification information, ine]uding full name and date of birth, farm current and prospective residents, and shall keep a log eontanting this information. F. People who are reyuircd to register as a sex offender are prohibited from residing in the facility. G. Should the provider become aware of a current or prospective resident who has an active felony warrant, it shall follmv sct protocol for contacting; the 1=1' TD and addressing rhese warrant~_ 42 0 n rro� Attachment 3 — Single-family distribution at '/2 mile (representative diagram) r � � � ❑ ❑ -. it ❑ � 13El 0 ❑...: Cl ❑ El ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ 43 Single-family distribution at 1 mile (representative diagram) LL 13 ■•• M. 3 ORDINANCE NO. AN ORDINANCE of the City of Federal Way, Washington, relating to permanent supportive housing and transitional housing, and emergency housing and shelter; amending FWRC 19.05.040, 19.05.050,19.05.190, 19.205.080, 19.215.070, and 19.220.100; repealing FWRC 19.105.060 and 19.230.080; and adding new sections 19.195.015, 19.200.045, 19.220.105, 19.225.055, 19.225.075, 19.230.055, 19.230.065, 19.240.085, and 19.240.095. (Amending Ordinance Nos. 94-233, 96-270, 97-297, 99-333, 01-385, 02-423, 06-515, 07-559, 08-585, 09-593, 09-605, 09-610, 12-713, 13-754, 14-778, 15-797, 17-834, 18-850, 18-884, and 20-898.) WHEREAS, on May 12, 2021, the Washington State legislature enacted ESSHB 1220 ("HB 1220"), which after partial veto by Governor Jay Inslee became Chapter 254, Laws of 2021; and WHEREAS, HB 1220 took effect on July 25, 2021; and WHEREAS, HB 1220 Section 3 preempts code city zoning authority as follows: A code city shall not prohibit transitional housing or permanent supportive housing in any zones in which residential dwelling units or hotels are allowed. Effective September 30, 2021, a code city shall not prohibit indoor emergency shelters and indoor emergency housing in any zones in which hotels are allowed, except in such cities that have adopted an ordinance authorizing indoor emergency shelters and indoor emergency housing in a majority of zones within a one -mile proximity to transit; and WHEREAS, HB 1220 expressly permits code cities to impose reasonable occupancy, spacing, and/or intensity of use requirements on permanent supportive housing, transitional housing, indoor emergency housing, and indoor emergency shelters to protect public health and safety; and WHEREAS, any such requirements on occupancy, spacing, and intensity of use may not prevent the siting of a sufficient number of permanent supportive housing, transitional housing, Ordinance No. 21- Page 1 of 138 indoor emergency housing, or indoor emergency shelters necessary to accommodate each code city's projected need for such housing and shelter; and WHEREAS, the Washington State Department of Commerce ("Department of Commerce") has not provided the City of Federal Way ("City") with the inventory and analysis of the City's projected housing needs for permanent supportive housing, transitional housing, emergency housing, and emergency shelter as contemplated by HB 1220 Section 2; and WHEREAS, the City communicated with the Department of Commerce regarding the availability of the inventory and analysis of the City's projected housing needs for permanent supportive housing, transitional housing, emergency housing, and emergency shelter as contemplated by HB 1220 Section 2; and WHEREAS, the Department of Commerce indicated that it does not have the relevant data contemplated by HB 1220 Section 2, but is in the process of obtaining a consultant to develop the data over the coming months and anticipates having data available to send to King County by late 2022/early 2023; and WHEREAS, due to the lack of relevant data available from the Department of Commerce, the City Council of the City of Federal Way ("City Council") finds that it is reasonable and necessary to utilize existing and available data to determine the City's projected housing needs for permanent supportive housing, transitional housing, emergency housing, and emergency shelter until such time as the Department of Commerce provides the data regarding the City's projected need; and WHEREAS, the 2020 Seattle/King County Point -In -Time Count of Persons Experiencing Homelessness identified 1,937 sheltered and unsheltered individuals in Southwest King County as a whole; and Ordinance No. 21- Page 2 of 138 WHEREAS, the City's total population constitutes 17% of the total population of Southwest King County; and WHEREAS, applying the City's proportionate share of the overall population of Southwest King County (17%) to the total number of persons experiencing homelessness in Southwest King County (1937) results in the City's current proportionate share of persons experiencing homelessness equaling 329; and WHEREAS, data from the 2020 Seattle/King County Point -In -Time Count of Persons Experiencing Homelessness indicates that the number of people experiencing homelessness has increased at a rate of ten percent over the past four-year period and it is reasonable to assume that the current growth rate will continue; and WHEREAS, by the year 2040, the City's projected need, including existing and future permanent supportive housing, transitional housing, emergency housing, and emergency shelter in the City, will therefore equal 482; and WHEREAS, data from the 2020 Seattle/King County Point -In -Time Count of Persons Experiencing Homelessness and an inventory of existing permanent supportive housing, transitional housing, emergency housing, and emergency shelter in the City indicate that the projected need in the City should be divided into 43% emergency housing and emergency shelter, and 57% permanent supportive housing and transitional housing; and WHEREAS, reasonable intensity, spacing, and occupancy requirements on permanent supportive housing, transitional housing, emergency housing, and emergency shelter are necessary to protect public health and welfare, and must be based on data currently available to the City; and Ordinance No. 21- Page 3 of 138 WHEREAS, the reasonable intensity, spacing, and occupancy requirements contained in this ordinance do not prevent the siting of a sufficient number of permanent supportive housing, transitional housing, indoor emergency housing, and indoor emergency shelter necessary to accommodate the City's projected need for such housing and shelter; and WHEREAS, an Environmental Determination of Nonsignificance ("DNS") was properly issued for these code amendments on July 16, 2021, and no comments or appeals were received and the DNS was finalized on July 30, 2021 and the appeal period expired on August 23, 2021; and WHEREAS, the Planning Commission properly conducted a duly noticed Public Hearing on these code amendments on August 18, 2021 and September 1, 2021; and WHEREAS, on September 1, 2021, the Planning Commission sent the code amendments to the Land Use & Transportation Committee of the City Council with no recommendation as to adoption of the code amendments; and WHEREAS, the Land Use & Transportation Committee of the City Council of the City of Federal Way conducted a study session on these code amendments on September 13, 2021; and WHEREAS, the Land Use & Transportation Committee of the Federal Way City Council considered these code amendments on September 13, 2021, and recommended adoption of the code amendments; and WHEREAS, the City recognizes the need to periodically modify Title 19 of the Federal Way Revised Code ("FWRC"), "Zoning and Development Code," in order to conform to state and federal law, codify administrative practices, clarify and update zoning regulations as deemed Ordinance No. 21- Page 4 of 138 necessary, and improve the efficiency of the regulations and the development review process; and WHEREAS, this ordinance, containing amendments to development regulations and the text of Title 19 FWRC, has complied with Process VI review, Chapter 19.80 FWRC, pursuant to Chapter 19.35 FWRC; and WHEREAS, it is in the public interest for the City Council to adopt the new and amended development regulations for FWRC Title 19 allowing permanent supportive housing and transitional housing and emergency housing and shelter within the City of Federal Way to conform with state law, the City Comprehensive Plan, and the public health and safety. NOW, THEREFORE, THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON, DO ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Findings. The City Council of the City of Federal Way makes the following findings with respect to the proposed amendments. (a) The recitals set forth above are hereby adopted and restated as findings of fact. (b) These code amendments are in the best interest of the residents of the City and will benefit the City as a whole by ensuring conformance with state law, protecting public health and safety, and clarifying items within the Code resulting in less need for interpretation. (c) These code amendments comply with Chapter 36.70A RCW, Growth Management. (d) These code amendments are consistent with the intent and purpose of Title 19 FWRC and will implement and are consistent with the applicable provisions of the Federal Way Comprehensive Plan. Ordinance No. 21- Page 5 of 138 (e) These code amendments bear a substantial relationship to, and will protect and not adversely affect, the public health, safety, and welfare. (f) These code amendments have followed the proper procedure required under the Section 2. Conclusions. Pursuant to Chapter 19.80 FWRC and Chapter 19.35 FWRC, and based upon the recitals and the findings set forth in Section 1, the Federal Way City Council makes the following Conclusions of Law with respect to the decisional criteria necessary for the adoption of the proposed amendments: (a) The proposed FWRC amendments are consistent with, and substantially implement, the following Federal Way Comprehensive Plan goals and policies: HP12: The FWRC and Land Use chapter of the FWCP will be coordinated to facilitate locating housing affordable to low-income, very low-income, and special needs households throughout the City, especially around the City Center and other areas that provide proximity to employment, safe and convenient access to transportation and human services, and adequate infrastructure to support housing development. HGS: Develop a range of affordable housing opportunities for low-income households consistent with the CWPPs and the needs of the community. HP21: Promote fair housing access to all persons without discrimination. HG7: Develop a range of housing opportunities that meet the requirements of people with special housing needs, including the elderly, mentally ill, victims of domestic abuse, and persons with physical and/or developmental disabilities. HP39: Periodically review the FWRC and remove any regulatory barriers to locating special needs housing and emergency and transitional housing within the City as required Ordinance No. 21- Page 6 of 138 by the federal Fair Housing Act, to avoid over -concentration, and to ensure uniform distribution throughout all residential and mixed -use zones. HP40: Review permit applications for special needs housing in close coordination with service providers and the City's Community Services Division. HP41: Assist special needs housing developers, local service organizations, and selfhelp groups to obtain funding and support. HP42: Ensure that access to special needs housing is provided without discrimination. HG8: Develop emergency shelter and transitional housing facilities for the homeless. HP43: Coordinate City actions related to homelessness with the City's Community Services Division and non-profit housing and human services providers. HP44: Emergency shelters should be permitted and regulated to ensure there are adequate opportunities to locate them within the City, to avoid overconcentration of facilities, to ensure that such facilities and housing are properly managed, and to avoid or mitigate significant impacts on existing residential neighborhoods or other surrounding uses. (b) The proposed FWRC amendments bear a substantial relationship to the public health, safety, and welfare because they provide for a diverse number of supportive housing and shelter types to address temporary and chronic homelessness, including supportive services designed to improve health and housing outcomes, while imposing reasonable occupancy, spacing, and intensity of use requirements on such uses to protect public health and safety. (c) The proposed amendments are in the best interest of the public and the residents of the City of Federal Way because they provide for a diverse number of supportive housing and shelter types to address temporary and chronic homelessness, including supportive services Ordinance No. 21- Page 7 of 138 designed to improve health and housing outcomes, while imposing reasonable occupancy, spacing, and intensity of use requirements on such uses to protect public health and safety. Section 3. FWRC 19.05.040 is hereby amended to read as follows: 19.05.040 D definitions. "Day care facility, commercial" means the temporary, nonresidential care of persons on a recurring basis. See FWRC Title 19, Division VI, Zoning Regulations. "Dedication" means the deliberate appropriation of land by its owner for public use or purpose, reserving no other rights than those that are compatible with the full exercise and enjoyment of the public uses or purposes to which the property has been devoted. "Deleterious substance " includes, but is not limited to, chemical and microbial substances that are classified as hazardous materials, as defined in this chapter, whether the substances are in usable or waste condition, that have the potential to pose a significant groundwater hazard, or for which monitoring requirements of treatment -based standards are enforced under Chapter 246- 290 WAC. "Development" means any human activity consisting of any construction, expansion, reduction, demolition, or exterior alteration of a building or structure; any use, or change in use, of a building or structure; any human -caused change to land whether at, above, or below ground or water level; and any use, or change in use, of land whether at, above, or below ground or water level. Development includes, but is not limited to, any activity that requires a permit or approval under zoning ordinances, subdivision ordinances, building code ordinances, critical areas ordinances, all portions of a shoreline master program, surface water ordinances, planned unit development ordinances, binding site plan ordinances, and development agreements; including but not limited to any activity that requires a building permit, grading permit, shoreline Ordinance No. 21- Page 8 of 138 substantial development permit, conditional use permit, special use permit, zoning variance or reclassification, subdivision, short subdivision, urban planned development, binding site plan, site development, or right-of-way use permit. Development also includes, but is not limited to, filling, grading, paving, dredging, excavation, mining, drilling, bulkheading; driving of piling; placing of obstructions to any right of public use; and the storage of equipment or materials. "Development regulation" means controls placed on development or land use, but does not include decisions to approve a project permit application even though they may be expressed in a resolution or ordinance. "Diameter at breast height (dbh) " means the diameter of a tree trunk as measured at four and one-half feet above the ground surface. "Director " means the director of the department of community development, also known as the department of community development services, unless the context indicates otherwise. "Distillery" means an establishment primarily engaged in the production of distilled spirits, including all of the equipment and materials required for such production, and may include accessory uses such as tours of the distillery, sales, and/or on -site consumption, e.g., a tasting room. "Domestic animal" means an animal which can be and is customarily kept or raised in a home or on a farm. "Dredging" means removal of earth and other materials from a body of water, a watercourse, or a wetland. "Dredging spoils" means the earth and other materials removed from a body of water, a watercourse, or a wetland by dredging. Ordinance No. 21- Page 9 of 138 "Driveway" means an area of the subject property designed to provide vehicular access to a parking area or structure located on the subject property. "Dry land" means the area of the subject property landward of the high-water line. "Dwelling unit" means one or more rooms in a structure or structures, excluding mobile homes and outdoor storage containers and similar structures used or designed to be used as living facilities, providing complete, independent living facilities exclusively for one family, including permanent provisions for living, sleeping, cooking and sanitation. A factory -built home or manufactured home is considered a dwelling unit under this title only if it meets the standards and criteria of a designated manufactured home established in RCW 35A.63.145. There are the following 102 types of dwelling units: (1) "Dwelling unit, attached" means a dwelling unit that has one or more vertical walls in common with or attached to one or more other dwelling units or other uses and does not have other dwelling units or other uses above or below it. (2) "Dwelling unit, detached" means a dwelling unit that is not attached or physically connected to any other dwelling unit or other use. (3) "Dwelling unit, efficiency" means a small one -room unit, which includes all living and cooking areas with a separate bathroom. (4) "Dwelling unit, stacked" means a dwelling unit that has one or more horizontal walls in common with or attached to one or more other dwelling units or other uses and may have one or more vertical walls in common with or adjacent to one or more other dwelling units or other uses. (5) "Dwelling unit, multifamily" means a building containing two or more dwelling units, which are either attached or stacked. See definition of "dwelling unit, townhouse." Ordinance No. 21- Page 10 of 138 (6) "Dwelling unit, senior citizen housing" means housing available for the exclusive occupancy of persons over 55 years of age. (7) "Dwelling unit, small lot detached" means detached residential dwelling units developed on multifamily -zoned property. Each unit is located on its own fee -simple lot. One of the dwelling unit's sides may rest on a lot line (zero lot line) when certain site development conditions are met. (8) "Dwelling unit, special needs housing" means housing not specifically defined by this title, and which will be processed under the classification most closely related to the proposed use, as determined by the director. (9) "Dwelling unit, studio " means a one -room unit, which includes all living and cooking areas with a separate bathroom. Studios may have a wide open living space, and are typically larger than an "efficiency apartment." Studio apartments can contain a loft. (10) "Dwelling unit, townhouse" means a type of attached multifamily dwelling in a row of at least two such units in which each unit has its own front and rear access to the outside, no unit is located over another unit, and each unit is separated from any other unit by one or more vertical common fire-resistant walls. (11) "Dwelling unit, zero lot line townhouse" means attached residential dwelling units with common (or "party") walls. Each unit is located on a lot in such a manner that one or more of the dwelling's sides rest on a lot line. Each unit has its own entrance opening to the outdoors (to the street, alley, or private tract) and, typically, each house is a complete entity with its own utility connections. Although most townhouses have no side yards, they have front and rear yards. The land on which the townhouse is built, and any yard, is owned in fee simple. Ordinance No. 21- Page 11 of 138 (12 "II3►a�elling unit, permanent suppvrtii�e hozssing and transitional housing" means housing that combines low -barrier affordable housing, health care, and supportive services for individuals and families experiencing homelessness or at imminent risk of homelessness and persons with a disability that presents barriers to employment and housing_ stability. Permanent supportive housing may prioritize people who need comprehensive support services to retain tenancy and utilize admissions practices designed to use lower barriers to entry than would be typical for other subsidized or unsubsidized rental housing. Permanent supportive housing has no limit on length of stay, whereas transitional housing is typically no more than two years. Permanent su ortive housin g is paired with on -site or off -site voluntary services. Section 4. FWRC 19.05.050 is hereby amended to read as follows: 19.05.050 E definitions. "Easement" means the right to use the real property of another for a specific purpose. "EMF" means electromagnetic field, which is the field produced by the operation of equipment used in transmitting and receiving radio frequency signals. This term includes "radio frequency" or "RF radiation." "Erosion" means the removal and transport of soils or rock fragments by water, wind, ice, or similar natural forces. "Emergency housing and shelter" means an permanent structure that provides telnporag shelter or accommodations for individuals or families who are currently homeless or at imminent risk of becoming homeless and mLay include da and warming centers that do not provide overnight accommodations. "Essential public facility" is any facility or conveyance that: Ordinance No. 21- Page 12 of 138 (1) Is typically difficult to site due to unusual site requirements and/or significant public opposition; (2) Is a necessary component of a system, network or program which provides a public service or good; (3) Is owned or operated by a unit of local or state government, a private or nonprofit organization under contract with a unit of government or receiving government funding, or private firms subject to a public service obligation; and (4) Meets the following definitions of either a Class I or a Class II essential public facility: (a) Class I facilities are those facilities of a county, regional or state-wide nature intended to serve a population base that extends significantly beyond the boundaries of the city. Class I facilities may include several local jurisdictions or a significant share of the Puget Sound regional population and may include, but are not limited to, the following: (i) State or regional education facilities (except minor branch facilities), including: research facilities, university branch campuses, and community colleges; (ii) State or regional transportation facilities, including: light and/or standard rail lines, commuter terminals, transit centers, and park -and -ride lots in residential zones; (iii) State or regional correctional facilities; (iv) Solid waste handling facilities (large scale), including: transfer stations and recycling centers; (v) Sewage treatment plants; (vi) Power plants; (b) Class II facilities are those facilities of a local nature intended to meet the service needs of the local community. Class II facilities are typically characterized by providing some type Ordinance No. 21- Page 13 of 138 of in -patient care, assistance, or monitoring and may include, but are not limited to, the following: (i) Substance abuse facilities; (ii) Mental health facilities; (iii) Group homes/special needs housing; (iv) Local schools, including: elementary schools, middle schools, and high schools; "Excavate" or "excavation" means the mechanical removal of soils or underlying strata. "Exposed building face " for sign regulations means the building exterior wall of a single - occupant building or the building exterior wall of an individual tenant's leased space in a multi - tenant complex, including the vertical distance between eaves and ridge of a pitched roof above it, used for sign area calculation for building -mounted signs. Section S. FWRC 19.05.190 is hereby amended to read as follows: 19.05.190 S definitions. "Schools" means institutions of learning, excluding those offering post -secondary education, offering instruction in the several branches of learning and study required by the Basic Education Code of the State of Washington to be taught in public, private and parochial schools, including those disciplines considered vocational, business -related, or trade in nature. "Secondhand merchandise" means used or remanufactured goods and includes used books, records, clothing, furniture, and appliances; and includes such merchandise typically for sale or found at pawn shops, thrift stores, consignment stores, and flea markets. Secondhand Ordinance No. 21- Page 14 of 138 merchandise does not include used, remanufactured, or junk motor vehicles or boats; nor antiques or collectibles. "Self-service storage facilities" means a structure or group of structures for the storage of personal property where individual stalls or lockers are rented out to different tenants for storage. "Shared access points " means a common point of vehicle access from a street to more than one lot or use. "Sight line " means the line of vision from a person to a place or building. "Sign " means any communication device, structure, fixture, or placard that uses colors, words, letters, numbers, symbols, graphics, graphic designs, figures, logos, trademarks, and/or written copy for the purpose of. (1) Providing information or directions; or (2) Promoting, identifying, or advertising any place, building, use, business, event, establishment, product, good, or service, and includes all supports, braces, guys, and anchors associated with such sign. Painted wall designs or patterns which do not represent a product, service, or registered trademark, and which do not identify the user, are not considered signs. If a painted wall design or pattern is combined with a sign, only that part of the design or pattern which cannot be distinguished from the sign will be considered as part of the sign. The following types of signs are included in the definition of "signs": (1) "Abandoned sign " means any sign remaining in place after a sign has not been maintained for a period of 90 or more consecutive days or if the activity conducted on the subject property ceases for 180 consecutive days. Ordinance No. 21- Page 15 of 138 (2) Advertised activity for freeway profile signs. For the purpose of measuring from the advertised activity for an individual business, the distance shall be measured from the sign to the nearest portion of that building, storage, or other structure or processing area which is the most regularly used and essential to the conduct of the activity; and for a center identification sign, which identifies businesses within a multi -tenant complex, the distance shall be measured from the sign to the nearest portion of the combined parking area of the subject property. (3) "Animated or moving sign" means any sign that uses movement or the appearance of movement of a sign display through the use of patterns of lights, changes in color or light intensity, computerized special effects, video display, or through any other method, chasing or scintillating lights, fluttering or moving lights, lights with stroboscopic effect, or containing elements creating sound or smell; except for the scrolling of a static message, scene, or color onto or off a sign board in one direction per message. (4) "Awning sign" means a non -electric sign on the vertical surface or flap that is printed on, painted on, or attached to an awning or canopy. Illumination for the awning or canopy shall be for safety purposes only and, therefore, shall point toward the ground and not illuminate the canopy. (See also "marquee sign.") 1 lrne*soul V,ew Figure 1— Awning or Canopy Sign (5) "Banner" means a sign made of any nonrigid material with no enclosing framework. Ordinance No. 21- Page 16 of 138 (6) "Billboard" means permanent outdoor advertising off -site signs containing a message, commercial or otherwise, unrelated to any use or activity on the subject property on which the sign is located, but not including civic event signs, signs oriented to the interior of sports fields, government signs, or instructional signs. (7) "Building -mounted signs" means any sign attached to the facade or face of a building or mansard roof including without limitation wall signs, marquee signs, under -canopy signs and projecting signs. (8) "Cabinet sign" means a sign constructed of a box, rigid material, or framework over or within which is secured the sign copy, text, graphics, or other sign elements. Cabinet signs may have either interior or exterior illumination. Figure 2 — Cabinet Sign (9) "Canopy sign " means the same as "awning sign." (10) "Center identification sign" means a building -mounted or freestanding sign that identifies the name and/or logo of a development containing more than one office, retail, institutional or industrial use or tenant and which may separately identify the tenants. (11) "Changeable copy sign" means a sign whose informational content can be changed or altered (without changing or altering the sign frame, sign supports or electrical parts) by manual or electric, electro-mechanical, or electronic means. A sign on which the message changes more Ordinance No. 21- Page 17 of 138 than eight times a day shall be considered an electronic changeable message sign and not a changeable copy sign for purposes of this chapter. A sign on which the changing is an electronic or mechanical indication of time and/or temperature shall be considered a time and temperature sign and not a changeable copy sign. (12) "Construction sign" means a temporary sign identifying an architect, contractor, subcontractor, and/or material supplier participating in construction on the property on which the sign is located. Construction signs also include "Coming Soon" and "Open During Construction" signs. (13) "Directional sign, on -site, " means a sign giving directions, instructions, or facility information and which may contain the name or logo of an establishment but no advertising copy (e.g., parking, exit or entrance signs). (14) "Electrical sign" means a sign or sign structure in which electrical wiring, connections, or fixtures are used. (15) "Electronic changeable message sign" means an electronically activated sign whose message content, either whole or in part, may be changed by means of electronic programming. (16) "Flashing sign" means a sign when any portion of it changes light intensity, switches on and off in a constant pattern, or contains moving parts or the optical illusion of motion caused by use of electrical energy or illumination. (17) "Freestanding sign " means a sign supported permanently upon the ground by poles, pylons, braces or a solid base and not attached to any building. Freestanding signs include those signs otherwise known as "pedestal signs," "pole signs," "pylon signs," and "monument signs." Ordinance No. 21- Page 18 of 138 Figure 3 — Freestanding Sign (18) "Fuel price sign" means a sign displaying the price of fuel for motorized vehicles. (19) "Ground -mounted sign" means a pedestal sign, pole sign, pylon sign, monument sign, or any sign permanently affixed to the ground. (20) "Government sign " means any temporary or permanent sign erected and maintained by any city, public utility, county, state, or federal government for designation of or direction to any school, hospital, hospital site, property, or facility, including without limitation traffic signs, directional signs, warning signs, informational signs, and signs displaying a public service message. (21) "Instructional sign" means a sign which designates public information including, without limitation, public restroom signs, public telephone signs, exit signs and hours of operation signs. (22) "Integral sign" means a sign displaying a building date, monument citation, commemorative inscription, or similar historic information. (23) "Kiosk" means a freestanding sign, which may have a round shape or which may have two or more faces and which is used to provide directions, advertising or general information. Ordinance No. 21- Page 19 of 138 (24) "Marquee sign" means any sign attached to or supported by a marquee, which is a permanent roof -like projecting structure attached to a building. (25) "Menu board" means a permanently mounted sign advertising the bill of fare for a drive-in or drive -through restaurant. (26) "Monument sign" means a freestanding sign supported permanently upon the ground by a solid base of landscape construction materials such as brick, stucco, stonework, textured wood, tile or textured concrete materials harmonious with the materials of the primary structure on the subject property. (See drawing set forth in FWRC 19.140.170(3)(b), Figure 3.) (27) "Identification sign" means a sign whose copy is limited to the name and address of a building, institution, or person and/or to the activity or occupation being identified. (28) "Identification sign (subdivision) " means a freestanding or wall sign identifying a recognized subdivision, condominium complex, or residential development. (29) "Illuminated sign" means a sign with an artificial light source incorporated internally or externally for the purpose of illuminating the sign. (30) "Incidental sign" means a small sign, emblem, or decal informing the public of goods, facilities, or services available on the premises (e.g., a credit card sign or a sign indicating hours of business). (31) "Nameplate" means a non -electric, on -premises identification sign giving only the name, address, and/or occupation of an occupant or group of occupants of the building. (32) "Neon (outline tubing) sign" means a sign consisting of glass tubing, filled with neon gas, or other similar gas, which glows when electric current is sent through it. (33) "Nonconforming sign" means any sign which was legally in existence on the effective date of this Code, February 28, 1990, or on the effective date of annexation if located in areas Ordinance No. 21- Page 20 of 138 annexed to the city thereafter, but which does not comply with this title or any other sections of this Code. (34) "Obsolete sign" means a sign that advertises a product that is no longer made, a business that is no longer in operation, or an activity or event that has already occurred, except for historical signs. (35) "Off -site sign" means a sign relating, through its message and content, to a business activity, use, product, or service not available on the subject property on which the sign is located. (36) "On -site sign" means a sign which contains only advertising strictly applicable to a lawful use of the subject property on which the sign is located, including without limitation signs indicating the business transacted, principal services rendered, and goods sold or produced on the subject property, or name of the business and name of the person occupying the subject property. (37) "Pedestal sign" means a freestanding sign supported permanently upon the ground by a solid base of landscape construction materials such as brick, stucco, stonework, textured wood, tile or textured concrete materials harmonious with the materials of the primary structure on the subject property. Such base shall be equal to at least 50 percent of the sign width. (See drawing set forth in FWRC 19.140.170(3)(a), Figure 1.) (38) "Point of purchase display or sign" means an advertisement for an item accompanying its display indicating only instructions and the contents or purpose of the item (e.g., an advertisement on a product dispenser, tire display, recycling containers, collection containers, gas pumps, phone booths, etc.). (39) "Pole or pylon signs" means freestanding signs supported permanently upon the ground by poles or braces of materials such as brick, stucco, stonework, textured wood, tile or textured Ordinance No. 21- Page 21 of 138 concrete materials harmonious with the materials of the primary structure on the subject property and not attached to any building. (See drawing set forth in FWRC 19.140.170(3)(a), Figure 2.) (40) "Political signs" means temporary signs advertising a candidate or candidates for public elective office, or a political party, or signs urging a particular vote on a public issue decided by ballot in connection with local, state, or national election or referendum. (41) "Portable sign" means any sign designed to be moved easily and not permanently affixed to the ground or to a structure or building. Portable signs differ from temporary signs in that portable signs are made of durable materials such as metal, wood, or plastic. (42) "Pre -opening sign " means a temporary sign which identifies a new business moving into a new tenant space or building. The sign must include the name of the business and copy stating the business will open soon (e.g., "Coming Soon..." "Opening Soon...," etc.). (43) "Private advertising sign " means a temporary sign announcing an event, use or condition of personal concern to the sign user including without limitation "garage sale" or "lost animal" signs. (44) "Private notice sign" means a sign announcing a restriction or warning regarding the subject property, such as, but not limited to, "no trespassing" or "beware of dog." (45) "Projecting sign" means a sign, other than a flat wall sign, which is attached to and projects from a building wall or other structure not specifically designed to support the sign. Ordinance No. 21- Page 22 of 138 Figure 4 — Projecting Sign (46) "Real estate, on -site sign" means a sign placed on the subject property and announcing the sale or rental of the subject property. (47) "Roof sign " means any sign erected, constructed, or placed upon, over, or extended above any portion of the roof of a building or structure, excluding signs affixed to the vertical face of a mansard or gambrel style roof, in which case a roof sign is any sign erected, constructed, or placed upon, over, or extended above the lowest vertical section of a mansard or gambrel roof. (48) "Snipe sign " means a temporary sign or poster posted on trees, fences, light posts or utility poles, except those posted by a government or public utility. (49) "Temporary sign " means a sign not constructed or intended for long-term use. (50) "Tenant directory sign" means a sign for listing the tenants or occupants and then suite numbers of a building or center. Ordinance No. 21- Page 23 of 138 (51) "Time and temperature sign" means any sign that displays the current time and temperature, without any commercial message. (52) "Under -canopy sign" means any sign intended generally to attract pedestrian traffic suspended beneath a canopy or marquee which is at a 90-degree right angle to the adjacent exposed building face and which contains no commercial messages other than the name of the business. (53) "Vehicle sign" means a sign temporarily affixed or attached to a parked vehicle for the purpose of advertising a product or service, or providing directions to such products or services. (54) "Wall sign" means either a sign applied with paint or similar substance on the surface of a wall or a sign attached essentially parallel to and extending not more than 24 inches from the wall of a building with no copy on the side or edges. (55) "Warning sign" means any sign which is intended to warn persons of prohibited activities such as "no trespassing," "no hunting," and "no dumping." (56) "Window sign" means all signs affixed to a window and intended to be viewed from the exterior of the structure. "Sign area" means the entire area of a sign on which colors, words, letters, numbers, symbols, graphics, graphic design, figures, logos, trademarks and/or written copy is to be placed, excluding sign structure, architectural embellishments and framework. Sign area is calculated by measuring the perimeter enclosing the extreme limits of the module or sign face containing the graphics, letters, figures, symbols, trademarks, and/or written copy; except that sign area is calculated for individual letters, numbers, or symbols using a canopy, awning or wall as the background, without added decoration or change in the canopy, awning or wall color, by Ordinance No. 21- Page 24 of 138 measuring the perimeter enclosing each letter, number, or symbol and totaling the square footage of these perimeters. G+r+o+c+e+r+y = Sign Area 'HEATER W VIDEO I I "C" SHOES I I "d- DELI I 1 a x ( b+c+d+e) = Sign Area Figure 5 — Calculating Sign Area "Sign face " means the area of a sign on which the colors, words, letters, numbers, symbols, graphics, graphic design, figures, logos, trademark and/or written copy is placed. "Sign inventory sticker" means the sticker that is assigned to any sign after it has been inventoried and determined to be a legal nonconforming sign. "Sign inventory sticker number" means the inventory number that is assigned to a sign after it has been inventoried and determined to be a legal nonconforming sign. Ordinance No. 21- Page 25 of 138 "Sign registration" means the approval issued to any sign that has an approved sign permit and that has passed all inspections required by the city, or is in conformance with this Code after an analysis conducted as part of a sign inventory. "Silt" or "sediment" means the soils or rock fragments mobilized and deposited by erosion, which are transported by, suspended in, or deposited by water. "Single housekeeping unit" means a person, a group of not more than three persons, or a group of persons connected through blood, marriage or other legal relationships by not more than four degrees of affinity or consanguinity including persons under legal guardianship. Any limitation on the number of residents resulting from this definition shall not be applied to the extent it would prevent the city from making reasonable accommodations to disabled persons in order to afford such persons equal opportunity to use and enjoy a dwelling as required by the Federal Fair Housing Amendments Act of 1988, 42 USC 3604(f)(3)(b). This definition shall not be applied to the extent that it would cause a residential structure occupied by persons with handicaps, as defined in the Federal Fair Housing Amendments Act of 1988, to be treated differently than a similar residential structure occupied by other related or unrelated individuals. "Single -use building" means a building which contains one use. "Site " means subject property. "Small animals" means dogs, cats, birds, small exotic animals (snakes, gerbils, mice, guinea pigs, etc.), foxes, bobcats and similar small wild animals. licensed as required by the state, housing. to indi,.4duals on an as needed basis, operated by a aeapr-o& social Se but not 4mited te, emergency shelters, homeless Ordinance No. 21- Page 26 of 138 min I NM- - 71 a..FORM.a x ■. r. - a•� S I► a a a.a � _ Title 9 ❑ Division _V! Zoning Regulations. n "Spa" means a commercial establishment offering health, relaxation, and beauty treatment primarily through such means as steam baths, baths, saunas, pools, and massage. See also "public bathhouse" in FWRC Title 12. "Specified anatomical areas" shall mean the following: (1) Less than completely and opaquely covered human genitals, anus, pubic region, buttock or female breast below a point immediately above the top of the areola; or (2) Human male genitals in a discernibly turgid state, even if completely and opaquely covered. "Specified sexual activities " shall mean any of the following: (1) Human genitals in a state of sexual stimulation or arousal; (2) Acts of human masturbation, sexual intercourse, sodomy, oral copulation, or bestiality; or (3) Fondling or other erotic touching of human genitals, pubic region, buttocks, or female breasts, whether or not clothed, of oneself or of one person by another; or (4) Excretory functions as part of or in connection with any of the activities set forth in this definition. Ordinance No. 21- Page 27 of 138 "State Environmental Policy Act" means Chapter 43.21C RCW. "Storm drainage" means the movement of water, due to precipitation, either surficially or subsurficially. "Story" means the area of a structure between the floor and the horizontal supporting members of the ceiling directly above that floor. If a floor is, on average, at least three feet below finished grade, the area between that floor and the ceiling directly above is not a story. "Stream " means a course or route, formed by nature, including those which have been modified by humans, and generally consisting of a channel with a bed, banks or sides throughout substantially all its length, along which surface waters naturally and normally flow in draining from higher to lower elevations. A stream need not contain water year-round. In a development, streams may run in culverts or may be channeled in a concrete, rock or other artificial conveyance system. This definition does not include irrigation ditches, stormwater facilities or other artificial watercourses unless they are used by resident or anadromous salmonid fish, or the feature was constructed to convey a natural stream which existed prior to construction of the watercourse. Those topographic features that resemble streams but have no defined channels shall be considered streams when hydrologic and hydraulic analyses done pursuant to a development proposal predict formation of a defined channel after development. For the purpose of defining the following categories of streams, "normal rainfall" is rainfall that is at or near the mean of the accumulated annual rainfall record, based upon the current water year for King County as recorded at the Seattle -Tacoma International Airport. (1) Streams shall be classified according to the following criteria: (a) Type F streams are those streams that are used by fish or have the potential to support fish. Ordinance No. 21- Page 28 of 138 (b) Type Np streams are those streams that are perennial during a year of normal rainfall and do not have the potential to be used by fish. Type Np streams include the intermittent dry portions of the perennial channel below the uppermost point of perennial flow. If the uppermost point of perennial flow cannot be identified with simple, nontechnical observations, then the point of perennial flow should be determined using the best professional judgment of a qualified professional. (c) Type Ns streams are those streams that are seasonal or ephemeral during a year of normal rainfall and do not have the potential to be used by fish. (2) For the purposes of this definition, "used by fish" and "potential to support fish" are presumed for: (a) Streams where naturally reoccurring use by fish has been documented by a government agency;or (b) Streams that are fish passable, as determined by a qualified professional based on review of stream flow, gradient and natural barriers, and criteria for fish passability established by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife. (3) Ditches are excluded from regulation as streams, unless they are used by fish. Ditches are artificial drainage features created in uplands through purposeful human action, such as irrigation and drainage ditches, grass -lined swales, and canals. Purposeful creation must be demonstrated through documentation, photographs, statements and/or other evidence. "Streambank stabilization" means treatments used to stabilize and protect banks of streams from erosion. "Street" means both a public right-of-way and a vehicular access easement or tract. Ordinance No. 21- Page 29 of 138 "Street providing direct vehicle access " means the street from which a vehicle can enter the subject property without traversing another street or piece of property. In the case of a multi -use complex, the street providing direct vehicular access is the exterior street that borders the complex and not an internal street surrounded by the complex. "Streetscape " means the visual character and quality of a street as determined by various elements located between the street and building facades, such as trees and other landscaping, street furniture, artwork, transit stops, and the architectural quality of street -facing building facades. "Streetscape amenities " means pedestrian -oriented features and furnishings within the streetscape, such as bench seats or sitting walls, weather protection, water features, art, transit stops with seating, architectural facade treatments, garden space associated with residences, pedestrian -scale lighting, landscaping that does not block views from the street or adjacent buildings, special paving, kiosks, trellises, trash receptacles, and bike racks. "Structural alteration " means any change in the supporting member of a building or structure. "Structure " means a combination or arrangement of material for use, occupancy, or ornamentation, whether installed on, above, or below the surface of land or water. "Structured parking" means parking provided on more than one level and within a structure, either above- or below -grade. Structured parking shall not include a surface parking lot. "Subject property" means the entire lot or parcel, or series of lots or parcels, on which a development, activity, or use exists or will occur, or on which any activity or condition subject to development regulations exists or will occur. Ordinance No. 21- Page 30 of 138 "Support structure " means any built structure, including any guy wires and anchors, to which an antenna and other necessary associated hardware is mounted. Support structures may include the following: (1) Lattice tower. A support structure which consists of a network of crossed metal braces, forming a tower which is usually triangular or square in cross-section. (2) Guy tower. A support structure such as a pole or narrow metal framework which is held erect by the use of guy wires and anchors. (3) Monopole. A support structure which consists of a single steel or wood pole sunk into the ground and/or attached to a concrete pad. (4) Existing nonresidential structure. Existing structures to which a PWSF may be attached with certain conditions. "Surface parking lot" means an off-street, ground level open area, usually improved, for the temporary storage of motor vehicles. Section 6. Chapter 19.205 Sections is hereby amended to read as follows: Chapter 19.205 MULTIFAMILY RESIDENTIAL (RM)1 Sections: 19.205.010 Zero lot line townhouse and townhouse (attached) dwelling units. 19.205.020 Small lot detached dwelling units. 19.205.030 Detached dwelling units. 19.205.040 Multifamily dwelling units. 19.205.050 Manufactured home parks. 19.205.070 Senior citizen or special needs housing. 19.205.080 SoeiulseFyiee transitional housingiPermanent supportive housing and transitional housing. 19.205.090 Convalescent centers — Nursing homes. 19.205.100 Churches, etc. 19.205.120 Day care facilities, commercial — Up to 50 attendees. Ordinance No. 21- Page 31 of 138 19.205.130 Schools. 19.205.140 Noncommercial sports fields, etc. 19.205.150 Recreation areas. 19.205.160 Public transit shelter. 19.205.170 Public utility. 19.205.180 Governmental facility. 19.205.190 Public parks. 19.205.200 Personal wireless service facility. 19.205.210 Urban agriculture. Section 7. FWRC 19.205.080 is hereby amended to read as follows: 19.205.080 Social—seF%,iee transitional .Permanent su ortive housin and transitional housing. The following uses shall be permitted in the multifamily residential (RM) zone subject to the regulations and notes set forth in this section: - - USS RiGULATIONS r } USE ZONE CHART DIREC RequiFed Review Process Required Re isPaGes SRE r- RCrI II ATIOPIC AN ILet ':ze Required Wards ,�, Lot Height e# StFucture FrApt Si4e ReaF NOTES Cer;-.I s Try rit'r. �I H.-.i �cinri PFeces$ �0 2-9&-t.. c �a -5 6P% le R,�r M 3.6 aR�4 ZGReS, 30by-ease ft.;abeye average el�e...ar In RM 1.9 TTrTCT^Tc ID"ueteffr4%4 E)R awe- 1. �Tmay peFmI-t +heuses only in _ Per itterl ou right n +hn +.metal ember ba4s multmfamilyz+mp!e.. and only bP ,.hta R of r _ r ...J them ..irn��m &me URit Rd a rneF than Fy onf rf rr,her al!Gwed under the total dwellir..t CTiy LaTFPrCTr�r "� Unitr r.riSe 6960.31 � IIMFnily." See z'-nvrerc�l #.abeve .. • "' .. 7 "rT' 441 P+*q CTii services ' r eru resu R u all I'ronccc <.d by the state, r The cphier+ is situated ' propeay clese Ordinance No. 21- Page 32 of 138 ` _ - LLSE t USE ZONE CHART ad ,1..,,.., to fmR- THEN acrr.rc fs.s [7�f=mil vA T1�^:C ST-,+ - 5e .. . iR.2VipwJL-qt nF6cess Requi eel Dar ✓PECIA REGULAT-19419 AND ijize Required Varc 6 C+r"r+''re FGM ��dG Side C� E REKr AID ..d has r.nyesinat access t.-. bk transportatioR, s h,9.pi i . ... r am.:e and other prov6dersr r,d fa silit•.ac fregUeRtly utilised h., the r rida.,tr Of thn pFopeFty= d The .n 4 pTografg^--� .d be epeFated the auth.,rit.repu +able err inr� g board, social s-, Qfg()VeFRFRE?Pt nr r.rietr.r ager„-,. p tc. „ih..m staff _ara ,.ill he a ailahlr. to city .,f��r i +e Feselve coReemr neha•ninn to the Y e The fa6l;+- "All ha staff'., cinn._�.ed s.,hef clients a.,d ,qwof to 'tsrv-m-cs-nvvrr e f Th.. fasilit.. RGt ctr u,nFeas able "iit'es and Se PAor .n unary 1 sirc�ideRcer. n_ The facility has •.+e r.ff_c+rant add q Ordinance No. 21- Page 33 of 138 - - tlE i ICE ZONE - CHART THEN, aEF965 f9F REGULATION dOWR to find use DIRE -ad ... 4ev4ewC1t Rrn ore Rew�rL4 11 �t REGI II nrinnlr AND Am Jzc ❑e r, rl Var.fr LotHeightGT C�uFe CCri^ 1F J1dc arL'nn and the C:G nfs.rrr+S app@aFaREe with the character of SUFrOUnri'nn i:riopprcz r,l'ance ith health fire, applicable r + hu ildi.,.-. and safety re �rnou.�� i The facil:tY radll ritleR mana.aerr. n4 by the pian, approved board or rsffi6al s�varai vrv�rrcru + .ih'sh rr. st maul add r.ir4ratiye 'rrv-c c4an��r + c ^r orif'ratie nri ' rvrsrr - � �.. r ntr-..,hREh be by shak adopted the rf'r c4orof ��-crrrc-c-rv-rcr* GN:RF� development nd wNch s4a" bed f"la mp th.. citri riorG'c .a.hirh shall s.ffice and he lowed and have ... - the ful e,od act a if they weF r.hap#fF amC -river-area c 3 tia ni�a f�cil:t;es will he case easeby . Refer 4r. zv Ordinance No. 21- Page 34 of 138 A4 inimr imp Review Lot SE REGULATIONS RfQ.Ee% S4e t B Ordinance No. 21- Page 35 of 138 _ USE ZONE CHART DIRECTIONS: FIRST read down to find use ... THEN across for REGULATIONS _ - _ _ _ USE REGULATIONS Required Review Process Minimums Required Yards maximums Hei t of Required RM ZONE SPECIAL REGULATIONS AND Lot Size Lot eStructure Front Side each RearCovera Parkin Spaces NOTES 0 ❑ Permanent supportive housing Process 7,200 20 ft. 5 ft. 5 ft. 60% � In RM 3.6 See Notes 10 and 11 1. Any proposed_ permanent III sg. ft. and 2.4 zones, 30 supportive housing or transitional housin facilitywith and transitional housing See Note ft. above more than 2 units or which average bui� lding elevation. brings the total number of permanent supportive housing 2 or transitional housing units on In RM 1.8 the property to more than 3 zones, 35 units must be distanced at ft. above least'Iz mile (2,640 ft. from an average building elevation propeqywith more than 3 units of permanent supportive housing and/or transitional housing, asmeasured from the nearest points of each such property. 2. There shall be no more than 50 residences located within a sincile facilitv or complex; and the minimum amount of lot area per dwelling is as follows: a. In RM 3.6 zones, the subject prol2erty must contain at least 3,600 s_q. ft. of lot area per dwelling b. In RM 2A zones, the subject property must contain at least 2,400 s . ft. of to area per dig= c. In RM 1.8 zones the subject property must contain at least 1,800 sq. ft. of lot area per dwelling, 3. The property is situated proximate to, and has convenient access to public transportation sho in health care providers, and o her services and facilities frequently Ordinance No. 21- Page 36 of 138 _ USE ZONE CHART DIRECTIONS: FIRST read down to find use ... THEN acros5 for REGULATIONS _ - _ _ _ USE iEGULATIONS Required Minimums e wired Yards IMaximums Height of Re wired RM ZONE SPECIAL. REGULATIONS AND Lot Size 'Lot e Front Side each Rear'Covera Review Process Parkin Spaces Structure NOTES D D utilized b the residents of the property. 4, The housingwill be operated under the authority of a reputable governing board social service, or government agency, or proprietor, to whom staff are responsible and who will be available to city officials if necessary, to resolve concerns pertaining to the propertyor residents. 5. The housing will operate a written communit .under engagement plan, approved b the governinga enc board or official which must address at a minimum: 11 how the facilijy will engage with the community: 2) how the facility_ will respond to c mmunit complaints or concems- and 3 who is the point of contact for the community. The plan shall be provided to the city 6or to occupancy and shall be updated and provided to the city as substantive changes are made to the plan. 6. Refer to Cha ter 19.125 FWRC Outdoors. Yards, and Landscaping, for appropriate requirements. 7. For sin requirements that apply to the proiect. see Chapter 19.140 FWRC. For community desi n guidelines thaLakgly to the Ordinance No. 21- Page 37 of 138 USE ZONE CHART DIRECTIONS: FIRST, read down to find use.. . THEN across for REGULATIONS _ _ _ USE REGULATIONS Required Review Process Minimums Required Yards Maximums Height of Re uired RM ZONE SPECIAL REGULATIONS AND Lot Size Lot e!Structure FntSide ro each RearCovera Parking Spaces NOTES project, see Chapter 19.115 FWRC. 3. The subject ra a must contain at least 400 s . ft, er dwellinQ unit of usable open space usable for many activities and may include common open spaces such as pl zas recreation rooms rooftop terraces, - atchespools, active lobbies and atriums. A minimum of 25 percent of the usable o ens ace provided must be common open sace. Private open space such as a patio —porch, balcony, or yard may be credited toward total residential usable open sace if such private open space is a minimum of 48 s care feet and has a minimum dimension of six feet. At least 10 percent of this required open sace must be developed and MALEtained with children's play a ui ment. If the subject prcpecontains four or more units, this required open 5ace must be in one or more pieces each havin a €en th and width of at least 25 ft. In addition, if the subject property contains 20 or more units, at least 50 percent of this required open sace must be in one or more pieces each having a length and width of at least 40 ft. Ordinance No. 21- Page 38 of 138 USE ZONE CHART (DIRECTIONS: FIRST read down to find . THEN, across for REGULATIONS _ Minimums Maximums RM - _ Required Required Yards Re wired ZONE Review Process Parkin :Spaces _ USE REGULATIONS Lot Size Front Side each Rea Lot Coverage'Structure Height of SPECIAL REGULATIONS AND INOTES 10. Panting spaces shall bbe provided as follows: Efficiency units — 1.0 per unit + 1 per 2 employees Studio units — 1.25 per unit + 1 per 2 employee One bedroom units — 1.5 per unit + 1 per 2 em to Lees Units with two bedroorns or more — 2. per unit + 1 per 2 employees 11. Alternatively, an applicant may choose to submit_a parking study in accordance with FWRC 19.130.080{2}_ 12. The housing will a erate undera written operational Ian that will include at a minimum, the following: a. Residents must be referred by providers of housing and services for eo ie experiencing homelessness. Direct intake of residents at the site, without prior referral, is not allowed. b. A description of transit, pedestrian and bicycle access from the subject site to services and schools must be provided to residents. Ordinance No. 21- Page 39 of 138 _ USE ZONE CHART DIRECTIONS: FIRST, read down to find use.-.--. THEN, across for REGULATIONS _ Minimums (Maximums RM - _ Required Required Yards Required ZONE Review Process Parkin S aces _ _ USE REGULATIONS Lot Size Front Side each Rea Lot Covers a Height of SPECIAL REGULATIONS AND Structure NOTES c. An o erations plan must be provided that addresses the foiiowin elements: i. Roles and responsibilities of key staff- H. Site/.facility management including a security and emergency, Ip an; iii. Site fadli maintenance: iv. Occupancy policies, consistent with RCW 59.18 inciudi resident responsibilities and a code of conduct that includes, at a minimum, a prohibition on threatening and unsafe behavior; and, Ordinance No. 21- Page 40 of 138 'USE ZONE CHART DIRECTIONS: FIRST read down to find use ... THEN across for REGULATIONS _ Minimums Maximums FM - _ Re uired Required Yards Required ZONE Review Process Parkin _ _ RISE REGULATIONS trot Size Front— Side each Rea 'Lot Covera e Hei ht of SPECIAL REGULATIONS AND Structure Spaces NOTES 0 LI the on -site use and sale of illegal drugs V. Access to human and social services including a staff! nit plan and expected outcome measu res: vi. Procedures for maintaining accurate and complete records. d. Providers and/or managing agencies shall have either a demonstrated ex erience proviclin similar services to peo ie ex er�ien_cinn homelessness and or certifications or academic credentials in an applicable human service field and or applicable experience In a related Progom with people experiencing Ordinance No. 21- Page 41 of 138 USE ZONE CHART DIRECTIONS: FIRST, read down to find use ... THEN, across for REGULATIONS _ Minimums Maximums RM - _ Required Required Yards Required ZONE Review IProcess Parking 'Spaces _ USE REGULATIONS Lot Size Front Side each Rear Lot Coverage Height of SPECIAL REGULATIONS AND Structure NOTES homelessness. e. For health and safety reasons the s onsor and/or managing a enc shall take all reasonable and le al steps to obtain verifiable identification information, inc_ludins full name and date of birth, from current and prospective residents and shall keep a log containing this information. f. Should the provider become aware of a current or prospective resident who has an active felony warrant, it shall follow a protocol to work with the Tiarticipantto resolve any outstanding warrants with applicable legal authorities. For other information about parking and parking areas see Process ! II 111 and IV are described in Chapter 19.55 FWRC, Cha ter 19.130 FWRC. Chapter 19.69 FWRC _ Chapter 19.65 FWRC. Chapter 19.70 FWRC respect€vely. For details of what may exceed this height limit, see Ordinance No. 21- Page 42 of 138 _ DIRECT ❑ ❑ Minimums ILiaximums RM Required Yards ZONE Reauired I I I d I Required FWRC 19.110.0.50 et seq. For details regarding re uired Yards, see FWRC 19.125.160 et sec . Section 8. Chapter 19.215 Sections is hereby amended to read as follows: Chapter 19.215 NEIGHBORHOOD BUSINESS (BN) Sections: 19.215.010 Office/retail. 19.215.015 Breweries, distilleries, and wineries. 19.215.020 Entertainment. 19.215.030 Vehicle service stations. 19.215.040 Schools — Day care facilities, commercial — Animal kennels or animal care facilities. 19.215.050 Multifamily dwelling units. 19.215.060 Group homes. 19.215.070 Soeial . e transitional housi Permanent supportive housing and transitional housing, 19.215.080 Government facility, public parks, public transit shelter. 19.215.090 Public utility. 19.215.100 Personal wireless service facility. 19.215.110 Churches. 19.215.120 Funeral homes — Mortuaries. 19.215.140 Urban agriculture. 19.215.150 Senior citizen or special needs housing. Section 9. FWRC 19.215.070 is hereby amended to read as follows: 19.215.070 Soeial selp'lice- transit-ionfil housinloPermanent supl2ortive housing and transitional housin . Ordinance No. 21- Page 43 of 138 The following uses shall be permitted in the neighborhood business (BN) zone subject to the regulations and notes set forth in this section: _ _ .�€ �� � USE ZONE ruAOT C. CIRST read down to fi TLICAI arress for -REGULATIONS DiRECTION Rd use Rev4w AAin rrm-rcrrr'on:6 C 9�ci-ac ccT@r'ror rz.T„"-` J _ ATIONS SPECIAL REGULATIONS AA11-A1t'1TrCL� Let Size � �FSpaces r res trans4 NeRe 2-0 I; i-r 0-ft-. 8 � -3-5-#-. yVeby-EaseA b44dif''ig elc�ce`,'-a-ti'vrr wrote r3 De .c 1. The city FRay arms+ Social alPFecess a y - ReitOgh+ wheFe these .rer only i . Stand_aIOR Fari!4y itset-al �c7e ba&is atiU--� �� o 9 the ++-al nu Mber of residents denot n eerl , atho staAd_aleno f-,ril'+., sales tNs rl ric�sarfm at;eF . h The facility s8 es the waxomum nu.- be definitien ":Wndy." See of and all censes R+airs andieF approvals s orl by4h.� r+ate 'may--�,,.. ter' s�.� �... E. TTh%uz is in ,4 a+erl pmp.-..+.. rle pFeAmlly4orapA r+ access �ic to, rare shoppisg,health ,ido Rd rather Rd faril loos services Frequently iAized_by the the residents of property. rd The r.rase urill be o r-.+nri u r.4er +iio w+herity of a 'amrrvrTr�m� board is or goveFRFRen rAr, p etor +r...,h_P r.n, nfF -rs. and WhO responrihlr. ri a! r if r, esr aei afFi to rni.re rnnrerr.r Ordinance No. 21- Page 44 of 138 "CC t�rE t USE ZONE CHART IRevoewv •REGULATIONS RFetCJ3 rrrm` 'mm `�vrrr� Height e StFuctura PaFking_ ATIONS Let � FF�}t .peyar SRECIAI REGULATIONS AND NOTES pertainoRg te thfar=ilit� y. have staffing, sups JfS!@R; and erity arraf on4c tuber of ri'.zntr and rmrrrtvurrvr ow:v_ F Thn f-R,-ility will Ret 'crccicti reasoRable �mpac4s on.. Fa4c- uhlie „+ilitie5 and rh.. rociT ate a4eq u ofF_rt%e4 pi3rl.iRg and the r=eRfGFMS appearance � �rrn�aorrQcrrvrrrr'ri�.r ��� h The fadkti i& com.l' a ith ..1ica b 1 e buolriin.. safety ' and 45-. The fa.-ilit., v,ulJ operato nde written management ,ed by the plan a hr.ard or effitial. which m,.ct * ea+ admonostra#ve c+-. n rds, speri F'ca+ir.r.r Fegum emon.ch-r the d'ror+r.r of �irccrvrvr Ordinance No. 21- Page 45 of 138 - _ - NS€-R€GUL-ATIDUS USE ZONE CHART nrl rir.,.rr. THE ^_.rr,-Lr fpF REGULATIONS FIRS., DIRECTIGN& Re"'Height Review RreEess m4pnumc rim` m-rvrrr� ctru rtu re Rar L-qt Size ��. ,-erg .�r FrAnt R4&a-r A R I D NOTES rye el.,n m entreni r 4 ,..hi-h -hall hn�n file in the rit.._rleWs Nr and which chill hp fnlln�N._, ri ter. rl have the full for Rd ofFect PA m f- he ern re+ fMh in fill in this chapteF. 7 The city ,.,ill c�wTrr l�+s crccc' r"rs---cnc PRre the w he of rirlen+r Rd the R-Ir,h ..-.f I,.,el1.n., ni}c rimun anr eF 7 i+e in�rl_ pevmitten sal,nor a r!e eln men+ -bare.! e.n }he fellowinn r ffit ep a. Theo Cif r P;;tiirc Af t the and r that . gill he housed irn the proposed Cie„&nt h The thn size of dwelling Lin£rAr r itnand_ the specdfiE nfi„ rht nn h'F fT•]4 f-Arpitir.r 44t} in these n itc The arts on a rnrirden}'&l Fby err. r� Thn.arrhi+e r+�iro Ordinance No. 21- Page 46 of 138 USE- 446GULAMONS « feF REGk LATL0 S Req4Fed Resew R*GGQ-SS mA A'n' 'nrr�'vrnS irm-rrr� Required SpaEes SPECIAL DEGU ATkVA�C AND NOTES deli... nd Let Required Yards Fm Rc4F other site design featufe,s-94 e propesed d e�`t, 7 A on minimumof ni} and Re4noFe4han five percent of the total dwellinn_w,l+r d e„eAt4TOY� svc�ui—si; i='v=rces tr e1 hr. 54i.. n Ems- Fleet-arcv r. i � i romcan ��m rlendino n� farrlitier Willbn dete ed r.n 9_f1LG_ by • case 1-. C If 2 , nr.rf r. of structure OR the h ert nrGr.e#y ..ithi„ inn ft of a ir,nle_fam4y rider,t' aI Znne +he that nr.rFir. of the stFur.ture rh-,II not 30 f+�. abbove emieed average e b6i�r�r`:'�Rq el a AOR enrl_th IR rh-,II he set structure 1 -, of '7R aEk 4.4po , the r,rnneFly lin the_ceri.-IentiaI of fie. ^5 erim� he determined -see Ordinance No. 21- Page 47 of 138 c+r y + RaFking Spaces Ckar.+nr.79�1 Fesp .r•+ivow Ordinance No. 21- ether mat .1 ro..n irnr� n+r n-o�rcrrrc cS, , nar lan.drranin., r.rrF w-Rter f-Arit'+'e s, e+r 7 Ca ni+ir d esip r. .i.deliReS +ha+ apply to +ho n ar�+ r �� r see Chapter 19.119 CWRC that �irmm�r.ts + a Tn iu a .. I.r to +ho nrnie A see Chanter 19175CWR 1g- Cn ether '4Gwr4a+'r. aboyt and .,ark•..,, arnar__cm Chapter 1 ❑ 1 N FWRG etails of what r excee- this height li n4 RAICP 1 -9.1 to 9Cn at sew C..r details r xding FequiFed yards, se RARC 10 25 16l1 a+ seq-- Page 48 of 138 19.215.070 Social service transitional housing. (Continued) - ' ' - USE USE ZONE CHART p,��,,��e d Review jpFer=ess A. 4p4mf5 keigM equ' ed aJ - PECI A I REG II_ATIf_7NS iLet 54e ❑ei od Yards "'rrrc�rmu� �� Front of AND NOTES O Le s 19 R Fequiremer++r ewe-+_ !hat to the apply p ChapteF 1 ❑ 140 F-WRC see 1 !ll_o__D oho Char,+or 1 O 2L&-PALR4 t9 rdr.+.. +:ha+ -thee this title may PFOViSIGnr of apply to the r��hier+ ahe,wt Carl IRg aA4-pa4(4Rg process 1 II III and IV aFeas, see Chapter 12.]jO C AIDT Cr go+ailr of ieeh �++ wr, ., .'.y this height lirn�+ i r'hapter 49GS C{AID!"' , .r rrr... FWRC 1�.11!'1 f1El1 0+ seoe For details arrd"r. Fequiped yards, see G5147Df 10 1?C 1EQ seq. respectively, et Re'— e aired E. immums ivlaxlmums Ke ulrea BN REGUTATIQNS Review Lot Required Yards Lot Hei ht Parkin ZONE Ordinance No. 21- Page 49 of 138 _ _ - USE Process Size Front Side each Rea Coverage of Structure Spaces SPECIAL REGULATIONS AND NOTES Permanent supportive housing Process See Note 20 ft. 5 ft. 5 ft. None See Note 8 See Notes 10 and 11 1. Any proposed permane t supportive housing or transitional III and transitional housing 2 housing facilily with more than 2 units, or which brings the total number of permanent supportive housing or transitional housin units on the progerty to ore than 3 units must be distanced at least 112 mite (2,640 ft. from any property with more than 3 units of permanent supportive housing and/or transitional housim as measured from the nearest poi of each such property_. 2. There shall be no more than 50 residences located within a sin e facility or complex; and the submect propeU must contain at least 2 400 s . ft. of lot area per dwelling or one acre for every 18 units._ 3. The property is situated proximate to, and has convenient access topublic transportation, shopping, health care proOdems and other services and facilities frequently utilized by the residents of the property_. 4. The housing will be operated under the a Lrth ority of a reputable oovernina board, social service, ar government agency, or proprietor, to whom staff are responsible and who wd I be available to cit officials if necessary, to resolve concerns pertaining to the PTOperty ar residents. 5. The housing will operate under a written community engagement plan, approved by the goyernin a en beard or official which must address at a minimum: 1 how the facility will engage with the comma i • 2 how the facility will Ordinance No. 21- Page 50 of 138 USE ZONE CHART DIRECTIONS. FIRST read clown -to find _ Minimums - Required Yards Required Review Lot Process Size Front5ide RearCovera USE REGULATIONS each C'I ❑ use ... THEN across for REGULATIONS Maximums Hei ht structure Required BN ZONE SPECIAL REGULATIONS AND NOTES Lot eof Parkin Spaces respond to community complaints or concerns; and,_3 who is the point of contact for the community. The plan shall be provided to the city riot to occupancy and shall be updated and provided to the dt as substantive changes are made to the plan. 5, For sign re uirements that a I to the ipromect, see Chapter 19.140 FWRC. 7. For community design guideiines that a pl2ly to the roiect see Chapter 19.115 FWRC. B. If any portion of the structure is within 100 ft. of a si na le-famiI residential zone then that portion of the structure shall not exceed 30 ft. above-averacie buildina elevation and the structure shall be set back a minimum of 20 ft. from the t)ror)ertv line of the residential zone. 9. The submect prapecU must provide usable o ens ace in a total amount equal to at least 150 s . ft. per dwel[ing unit and may include common open space such as playgrounds, recreation rooms lazas rooftop terraces pals active lobbies atriums or other areas the director deems appropriate. A minimum of 25 percent of the usable open sace provided must be common o en space. Private gl2ens ace such as a patio, arch balcony, or yard may be credited toward total residential usable open sace if such private open sace is a minimum of 48 Ordinance No. 21- Page 51 of 138 USE ZONE CHART DIRECTIONS: FIRST, read down to find use ... THEN, across for REGULATIONS _ Minimums. Maximums BN - _ USE REGULATIONS Required Lot Size Required Yards ILot Covera elDf IHe Structure Re uired ZONE SPECIAL REGULATIONS AND NOTES Front$ide each Rear Review Process Parkin Spaces square feet and has a minimum dimension of six feet. 10. Parking spaces shall be provided as follows: Efficient units — 1.0 per unit + 1 per 2 employees Studio units— 1.25 per unit + 1 per 2 employees One bedroom units — 1.5 per unit + 1 per 2 employees Units with two bedrooms or more — 2.0per unit + 1 per 2 employees 11. Alternatively, an applicant may choose to submit a parking study in accordance with FWRC 19.130.080(2). 12. The housing will operate under a written operational plan that will include, at a minimum, the following: a. Residents must be referred by rsroviders of housing and services for people experiencing homelessness. Direct intake of residents at the site without prior referral, is not allowed. b. A description of transit, pedestrian and bicycle access ftorn the subiect site to services and schools must be provided to residents. c. An operations plan must be Ordinance No. 21- Page 52 of 138 USE BONE CHART DIRECTIONS. FIRST read down to find use ... THEN across for REGULATIONS _ (Minimums Maximums BN - Required Yards ZONE USE REGULATIONS Re uired Lot Covera e of Height � Structure Re uired SPECIAL REGULATIONS AND NOTES Front Side each Rear Review ILot Process 'Size Parkin Spaces provided that addresses the following elements: i. Roles and responsibilities of key staff; ii. Site/facility management, including a security and emergency Ip an; N. Sitelfacility maintenance iv. Occu an policies, consistent with RCS includin resident res n and a code of conduct that includes, at a minimum, a prohibition on threatening and unsafe behavior; and — the on -site use and sale of illegal drugs; Ordinance No. 21- Page 53 of 138 USE ZONE CHART DIRECTIONS: FIRST read down to find _ Mir'mums - Required Yards Required Review Lot Side Pry Size Front each Rea MSE REGULATIONS use ... THEN across for REGULATIONS Maximums BN ZONE Re ui ed Lot HeightParkin _ Covers a Structure Spaces SPECIAL REGULATIONS ANa -NOTES v, Access to human and social services, including a staffing_ i�an and expected outcome measures, vi. Procedures for maintaining accurate and complete records. d. Providers andlor mans In agencies snail have either a demonstrated experience providing similar services to people experiencing homelessness and or certifications or academic credentials in an applicable human service _feld and or apelicable experience in a related program with people experiencing homelessness. e. For health and safety reasons, the sponsor and/or manaaine agency shall take all reasonable and legal steps to obtain verifiable identification information. Ordinance No. 21- Page 54 of 138 USE ZONE CHART - DIRECTIONS: FIRST read down to find use ... THEN across for REGULATIONS _ Minimums Maximums BN - _ _ USE REGULATIONS Re uired Lot Size Required Yards Lot Covera e° at ht Structure Required ZONE SPECIAL REGULATIONS AND NOTES Front S ide each Rea Review Process Parkin Spaces El El ncludin full name anti date of birth, from current and Prospective residents and shall keep a log containing this information. f. Should the orovider become aware of a current or prospective resident who has an active fefony warrant it shall follow a protocol to work with the participant to resolve any outstanding warrants with applicable legal authorities. For other information about parking and parking areas see Chapter 19.130 FWRC- Process 111 III and IV are described in Chester 19.55 FWRC, Chapter 19.60 FWR - Chapter 19.65 FWRC, Chapter 19.70 FWRC respectively. For details of what may gx eed this height limit, see FWRC 19.110.050 et sea. For details reciardina re uired yards, see FWRC 19.125.160 et se . Section 10. Chapter 19.220 Sections is hereby amended to read as follows: Chapter 19.220 COMMUNITY BUSINESS (BC) Sections: 19.220.010 Office/retail — Manufacturing and production, limited. Ordinance No. 21- Page 55 of 138 19.220.015 Breweries, distilleries, and wineries. 19.220.020 Entertainment — Generally. 19.220.030 Vehicle and equipment sales, service, repair, rental — Self-service storage facilities. 19.220.040 Schools — Day care facilities, commercial — Animal kennels. 19.220.050 Multifamily dwelling units. 19.220.060 Hotels — Motels. 19.220.070 Hospital facilities — Convalescent centers — Nursing homes. 19.220.080 Senior citizen or special needs housing. 19.220.090 Group homes. 19.220.100 Seeial serviee transitional housingPermanent supiportive-housin2 and transitional housin . 19.220.105 Emergency housin2 and shelter. 19.220.110 Government facility, public parks, public transit shelter. 19.220.115 Public utility. 19.220.120 Personal wireless service facility. 19.220.130 Churches. 19.220.140 Urban agriculture. Section 11. FWRC 19.220.100 is hereby amended to read as follows: 19.220.100 Soesepwi Permanent supportive housing and transitional housin . The following uses shall be permitted in the community business (BC) zone subject to the regulations and notes set forth in this section: - - _ - USE B USE ZONE CHART RequiFed Rfcsr- � Nil RifAi F*Fs Weightt Ctrs ct ires d ��} -. -..__" g SPECIAL REGW64JIQ��s AND ' Size Re o.a Yards Frer� e (ea.-4 F ear Cr. eS +r-, ..ri+'., .,,I }.eUSiRg o. PFer=ess i- GRe Y V y- -. 0 354r 2L36Ve e b6fl-&i ,g elev' 7 (A� tom Il to f ff4 ed by Ease basis 1 The r:+.. rmi+ Fn the uses nR". �QA c+acfa i v!una f-r'1'+.. s distant Except 29 ft. aleRg f- "m��1.-. " re% l �s mimed eutri..ht where the tOtal r *AM-� r•ide..+c .dry r.n+ +ho In r+ !,000 f+ frnmaut� other Stan d-ale facia'+sr nrlor +h'c dassi vR. h The facili+s._&ud ree_'r"3 nTeu�" e,(Eek na*kv .-..her �Ilrz..roz-1 „_adof �€ See J. See 9 f'iCl'S 5 F RC 9-44 See Rete_cT4, Ordinance No. 21- rage jo of 13a _ - _ . USE p lc� 7nnlF CHART rea,� r{��ara,�.,�s� TL.3CA1 �rrnrc far �C1 IIATIvNS iII�CTTIf1A4C. LLDS7 Requ!FedHeight Revme �� Minime�.mc 9 CSciuccuFe- n^� RequiFed De AND n�ES all lirenr Lce1't^ Size Required V-,A, 1 ,�2 C ^^Y R�t „„d o mabntaiRs s .- Thepropo��hier+ r.Ft,r situated in mil.-. pFem4y to end_ T+i--'r�rn`5 tnpublic trancear4atien �-ro�rra-sr'-`rrr heal+ 4a4:e shopping proFide and other ❑nd..f-,riii 5erricer +�li-,ari.hie fFeg uer.tly the rideetr of the 'pFopeFty d The .,ill he e Feted u •Fier the utheFi+y of e +able gGVPFRmRn e' e amen+ oncy o+r,r te of pmpr whom staff are e and who rib! bil be -, ailebde to Fits r. FF'r slr if „ arc aae�a cn r v r l„e rear +rn3 pes n F+aininr, +n thn.f�riiit,r Y• e. e f?.ili+,r .,,,ilt haveStaffing_ security and arrangemen3 a, 'ate to the f;umbep ofTkeRtS and to ;trheursy' 4 The fa c it it,.wam4-F�et erea+e 6IRFeacnnahla .tr R traffic uhlic utilities mead Ordinance No. 21- Page 57 of 138 _ - _ USE t USE ZONE GHAOT -..gin .zn- ++ rr FLJCAI +rrencc fr.r DC4 Vl �ATIQN-S RfOG T,�, r Required Rfa£C55 AAin n H StFUEtUFE? Spaces CPC!'IAI DCGI II ❑TIIlAIC size Required Yards FrMF4 Coe '3 rb e reriT 9. The farili+.r has adequate off_4pw rnnfr, rfl5 appearaRCe 6th f +S ae. r•harar+er of TIFrQ 5UFFOURding h The facility is m EGMplianee w44 r.lie•ahle hea 4h fire building, �^�� r ri+ten operate undnr a ma cqe�nT; rir�q"vcad by4r heard, eff'r a I whic-4 must -mcaz -.dm r+ra+'. vrrrrrmi�rrucFde + ra n�Onvarrmr r sperif'ra+iQRS, and requwements, which rha11 be adGr,+ed by the de eln n4 r Ter r. rhirh rhall hn_oa -.Ad derVr file ie the city offices .ail -rich a L and _44 the full frraFM effeet as if they weFe ce4 forth n fall in 4hic G� 2. The city rill determine the m.hnr__af rid e.a+r 3 Rd the ..,her Gf ,-h.,oE1 R- Ordinance No. 21- Page 58 of 138 _ - ' B USE ZONE CHART G gequiFcA AAin rrmri-rizumS He;ght of �rrm-. rcrrc Spaces AI OErI II AT 14A1_S upu..y r nr. ri �i Was c+a..d_ s4e Required V�rdr FFe Reaf ale a deVeI Gnr.+ent h-,r�,d nn +he �.-.11nt.�idrs r r The nakuen a. sperif'r the nrrUPage and of y the persons that mill he housed in the r. Ed d e ems' h he size of the ri.. ell'.. Ynitr nr i+n !he and speefi eGgn at'e Fl Of the fadli+ier Within these r•mC. hY.LJ ��+e units, Theimpacts nn Rearby raririent4 d n e�TTc' d The rhitectuFe, ri+e de nd .,thee do feakiernr Gf the R deyelopmenT fweposed 3 A minimum r.i+ more #i&R and no five n n+ of the total dwelliRg U F its :n A mixed _r use development may he_seem LsepAC- tr �i+'r. al he A FlApr-a'rccr sleeping and hathreem farilikier .,ill be de+ermined ona case by e ha Ordinance No. 21- Page 59 of 138 Let wei�#�e# cue Size Lj &4e Pe�F [r.r.,r h.-.r iRf-rr.. ati 9A about marking_&p4 rWR See Chanter 1O_34a44nRr F., dot,ilr „u y ned this height limit-, sep PAMC h ❑ , y n non et set For A.:+ails r aFdo g FequbFed yards, ran Ordinance No. 21- Page 60 of 138 - - USE t Pmeess -S✓I-ize FFBR Rce&f + 'spaces - �rivC+crt'c'rrre G At9 m otrr.,rerar,a is er+-, hli r heri Inste„-Ir � +he. iil e will be r{e+orminaEl by other aFe rie elrpmen+ r rCL.en+r required buffers, rl.i n let landscapiRg, „rfare WateFfaCilitieS, et-F 7. Fo-F degiea .. ,ide fiReS GAWRMUR4y that apply to the PFE� or+ sae B Cr I-,nrlsra n.a r romnntteq For pi that apply to the nra4e4, _ee ChapteF] O'9�c. O Cr. rs,m entr that apply Sig R eq Wi ,ram 1, �..� .,t,p„7 to tine n erf Chapter �n_tin cantor 1n ❑efer+n Chanter 1❑ aL- CNRG r,f this title may a to the subje t ply y- 11 If appFGved thrr6 nh hre rer! the height spe -. str. OwFe m ZC ft of emeped -.hr.,,e builrfFng-ekmk+iGR e of A ABC ll if athe fellewing criteria are -FR e a The addi+i.-,nil 4,ei.,h+ is z,r�,"y, � ,a Te arrr.m FAGda+e +ha neeessmy str rt a! s,�en enerati.,nal Reeds-nf_+Lie n all r,ri fln.,r Snares h_Vo u g fln.,r_t _ oilir n height Of .RiMUFm 17 f+ wipimumdepth of 19 anal-. h_ He;gh4eepn es A4k-R r Height 25 f+__is set hark over frQ-rA n h„ SoRgle_fa.,,iA.zGner additir,nal ft far ear_h-GP,&fL-l9f GRe 4e►g-lamer 35 ft.; aRa H. Qr, (liner a tt. Glesi..ner! �...,id a Ordinance No. 21- Page 61 of 138 USE ZONE CHART -r UE fRevffie;AFLet IPF6EeSS rrr'rrm-ro-rrra of +r reSpaces 1 ATIONIS AND hIoT�CC �e FFOR�{de ! c featureless appeaFance Var R . .inf he; .. h+ fr. , 1 II Ill describe4 n Per otheF infn.rrnat".r. about. ..d r��rL�nn nrn�r__r�c ak4R ChapT Q 4VRC. PeF details of what . + @XGeed this ees❑r s an—rl_ oyafe Chapter ❑ CC CWRC— Chap r t o_R rWRC Chapter 9tl CC FWRC. ChapteF 12-ZQ re5pee4vn4y_ height Immit see PRC jqA 4 n M et Seq. FeF details r ins. Fe a mired aFc PNRC yards, _ - _ USE REGULATIONS USE TONE CHART DIRECTIONS: FIRST read down to find use ... THEN, across for REG LATIONS aximums BC ZONE Required Lot Height of Parking ❑ Coverage Structure :Spaces SPECIAL REGULATIONS ANNOTES Required Minimums Re uired Yards Lot Size Front Side Rear Review Process Process Permanent supportive housing Process None L 10120 1020 None 55 ft. above averse b iu Idinq See Notes 14 and T. Any proposed permanent supportive housing or transitional III and transitional housing housing facility with more than 2 15 units or which brincis the total elevation number of permanent su ortive ABE See notes 9 and 10 housi no or transitional housin units on the property to more than 3 units must be distanced at !east'fa mile (2,640 ft. from any propert with more than 3 units of 12ermanent supportive housing and/or transitional housing, as -measured from the nearest points of each such property. Ordinance No. 21- Page 62 of 138 _ _ - _ _ _ USE REGULATIONS iUSE ZONE CHART FIRST read down to find u e ... THEN across for REGULATIONS (Maximums BC ZONE Required Lot Height of Parking Covera e Structure 'Spaces SPECIAL REGULATIONS AND NOTES (DIRECTIONS: Re uired Minimums Lot Size Required Yards Side — Rear each Front Review Process 2. There shall be no more than 50 residences located within a sin le facility or complex. 3. The property is situated proximate to and has convenient acces o public trans ortation shopging, health care providers, and other services and facilities frequently_ utilized by the residents of the property. 4. The faci lily or cam lex will be operated under the authori ❑f a reputable governing hoard social service or government agency, or proprietor, to whom staff are responsible and who will be available to city officials, if necessa-ry, to resolve concerns peaabinglaIN property or residents. 5. The housina will ❑ erate under a written community en a ent plan, approved by the governing a en board or official which must address at a minimum: 1 how the facility will engage with the communi 2 how the facility will respond to community complaints or concerns: and 3 who is the point of contact for the community. The Ian shall be provided to the dt prior to occu anc and shall be updated and provided to the city as substantive Chan es are made to the plan. 6. Refer to Chapter 19.125 FWRC Outdoors Yards and Landscaping, or a Mra 12 Hate req uirements. 7. For sign requirements that a I Ito the p ro�ect see Ordinance No. 21- Page 63 of 138 _ 'USE ZONE CHART DIRECTIONS: FIRST, read down to find use ... THEN, across for REGULATIONS _ - _ _ USE REGULATIONS Required_ Minimums Required Yards 'Maximums Height o Required BC ZONE 5PEClAL REGULATION5 AND NOTES ILot 'Size Lot Coverage 'Front Side each (Rear Review Process Parkin Spaces Structure Chapter 19.140 FWRC. B. For community design guidelines that apply to the project, see Chapter 19.115 FWRC. 9. BL.61ding height may not exceed 30 ft. above average buildin elevation for the portion of the building located within 100 ft. from a single-family residential zone. 10. All buildings except for related parking structures up to 65 ft. in hei Q ht six stories must be gabled with pitched roofs, unless the building -Is taller than 35 ft. three stories) with a rooftop that contributes to the multifamii o en space requirements_ 11. Housing and accesso living facilities may be located on the ground floor only as follows: [a) round levels ace that spans at least 60 percent of the total length of the princiQal commercial facade of all buildings, as determined -by the director, is oaupied with one or more other uses allowed in this zone; and (b) ground level space that spans at least 40 percent of the total length of all other street -facia facades of all b0din s is occu ied with one or more other_use(51 allowed in this zone. Parking in conjunction with other uses allowed in this zone may also be located on the ground floor of the structure if non -visible from the ri ht-of-wa or public areas. 12. All nonresidential groQnd floor spaces must have a minimum floor - Ordinance No. 21- Page 64 of 138 _ USE ZONE CHART DIRECTIONS: FIRST read down to find use ... THEN acres for REGULATIONS _ - _Required _ USE REGULATIONeach Minimums Required Yards Maximums ei h of Required BC ZONE SPECIAL REGULATIONS AND NOTES Lot Size ILot Coveraae:Structure Front SideRear " Review Process Parkin Spaces 0 to -ceiling height of 13 ft. and a mminimum depth of 15 ft. 13, The subject property must provide usable open sace in a total amount equal to at least 15.0 s . ft. per dwelling unit, and may include private spaces such as Ardspatios, and balconies, as w__ llamas common areas such as la rounds recreation rooms, plazas, rooftop terraces, Qoolsr active JQbbjes, atriums or other areas the director deems approQriate. A minimum of 25 percent of the usable open sace provided must be common open space. Private open sace such as a Ratio. porch, balcony, or be credited toward total residential usable open sace if such private open space is a minimum of 48 sure feet and has a minimum dimension of six feet. 14. ParkIng spaces shall be provided as follows: Effidem y units — 1.0 per unit + 1 per 2 employees Studio units — 1.25 per unit + 1 per 2 employees One bedroom units — 1,5 per unit + 1 per 2 employees UnitsmM two bedrooms or m re — 2.0 per unit + 1 per 2 employees 15. Alternatively, an applicant ma choose to submit a parking study in accordance with FWRC 19.130.080(2). 16. The housing will operate under a written operational plan that will include, at a minimum the following: Ordinance No. 21- Page 65 of 138 _ USE ZONE CHART DIRECTIONS: FIRST, read down to find use ... THEN, across for REGULATIONS Mini u s Maximums _ BC - _ Required Require Yards ZONE Required Review Process _ USE REGULATIONS Lot Size Front Side each Rear Lot Covera a Height o Parkin :Spaces SPECIAL REGULATIONS AND NOTES Structure a El a. Residents must be referred by providers of housing and services for people experiencing homelessness. Direct intake of residents at the site, without prior referral, is not allowed. b. A description of transit pedestrian and bicycle access from the subject site to services and schools must be provided to residents. c. An operations plan must be provided Ihat addresses the following elements: i. Roles and responsibilities of key staff; ii. Sitelfacility management including a security and eme_gennt Ip an; iii, siteLfa_cilitx maintenance; iv. Occupancy ❑ip id, es Ordinance No. 21- Page 66 of 138 _ USE ZONE CHART (DIRECTIONS: FIRST, read down to find use ... THEN, across for REGULATIONS IMinimums _ (Maximums BC - _ Required Required Yards ZONE Required _ SE REGULATIONS Review Process Lot Size Front Side fmcL Rear Lot Height of Parkin Coverage Structure Spaces SPECIAL REGULATIONS AND NOTES consistent with RCW 59.18 including resident responsibilities and a code of conduct that includes, at a minimum, a prohibition threatening and unsafe behavior, and, the on -site use and sale of illegal drugs; V. Access to human and socialservice—s including a staffingplan and expected outcome measures; vi. Procedures for maintaining accurate and complete records. d. Providers and or mana in agencies shall have either a Ordinance No. 21- Page 67 of 138 USE ZONE CHART (DIRECTIONS: FIRST, read down to find use... THEN, across for REGULATIONS _ Minimums (Maximums BC - _ Required Required Yards Required ZONE (Review (Process Parking Spaces _ USE REGULATIONS Lot Size Front side (each) Rear ILot Cover Heiaht of SPECIAL REGULATIONS AND NOTES :Structure demonstrated experience providing similar services to people ex ertencin homelessness, andlor certifications or academic credentials in an applicable human service field. and/or applicable experience in a related program with people experiencing homelessness. e. For health and safety reasons, the sponsorandZor managing agency shall take all reasonable and legal steps to obtain verifiable identification information including full name and date of birth, from current and prospective residents and shall keep a log containinci this information. f. Should the provider become aware of a current or prospective resident who has an active felony warrant it shall follow a protocol to work with the participant to resolve any outstanding warrants with applicable legal authorities. Ordinance No. 21- Page 68 of 138 USE ZONE CHART ❑IRE IONS: FIRST read down to find use ... THEN across for REGULATIONS Minimums _ Maximums BC _ Required Required Yards ZONE Re uired _ USE REGULATIONS Review Process Lot Size (Front Side each Rear Lot Covera Height of Parkin e:Structure Spaces SPECIAL REGULATIONS AND NOTES Ll i- For other information about parking and parking areas, see Chapter 19.130 FWRC. Process I, ll, III and IV are described in Chapter 19.55 FWRC Chapter 19.60 FWRC, _ Chapter 19.65 FWRC. _ Chapter 19,70 FWRC respectively_ For details of what may exceed