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Council PKT 06-02-1998 Regular I. II. III. IV. ** V. a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. 1. J. k. VI. AGENDA FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL Council Chamber~ - City Hall Regular Meeting June 2, 1998 - 7:00 p.m. ***** CALL MEETING TO ORDER PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE PRESENT A TI 0 N Flag D~ Proclamation CITIZEN COMMENT (3 minute limit per person) CONSENT AGENDA Minutes/April 21 & 30, 1998 Special Meetings/May 19, 1998 Regular Meeting Voucher/June 2, 1998 Monthly Financial Report! April 1998 Celebration Park Sports Field Lighting Bid A ward S 312th St ImprovementsllOO% Design Approval/ Authorization to Bid S 336th St!lOO% Design Approval/Authorization to Bid 1998 Planning Commission Work Program Able/Spiffy Biffy Sanitation Contract Amendment Lake Killarney Project Bid Approval CDBG ReqJlest to King County Council Bill #196/Condemnation Easement/SeaTac Plaza/Enactment Ordinance CITY COUNCIL BUSINESS Local Option Gas Tax over please. . . VII. VITI. IX. a. b. X. CITY MANAGER REPORT CITY COUNCIL REPORTS EXECUTIVE SESSION Personnel/Pursuant to RCW 42.30. 110(1)(g) Property Acquisition/Pursuant to RCW 42.30. 110(1)(b) ADJOURNMENT ... PLEASE COMPLETE PINK SUP & PRESENT TO THE DEPUTY CITY CLERK PRIOR TO SPEAKING. Citizens may address the City Council at this time. When recognized by the Mayor, please come forward to the podium, adjust microphone to proper height, and state your name and address for the record. PLEASE LIMIT YOUR REMARKS TO THREE (3) MINUTES. Citizens may comment on individual agenda items at times during any regularly scheduled City Council meeting, prior to Council discussion. These items include, but are not limited to, ordinances, resolutions and Council business issues. These comment times are in addition to the citizen comment at the beginning of each regularly scheduled meeting. MEETING DATE: June 2, 1998 ITEM# ~ó--) ......................................................................................".."""".""""'.""'...""'.'."..""".""""""""'."""'.'""""""""'.'.""""""."""""""""'" ......... ...... ..............., CITY OF FEDERAL WAY City Council AGENDA ITEM SUBJECT: City Council Meeting Minutes ....................................................................................................................................................................................................... ........................... ................. ..... CATEGORY: BUDGET IMPACT: ..x CONSENT ORDINANCE _BUSINESS _HEARING FYI _RESOLUTION _STAFF REPORT PROCLAMATION _STUDY SESSION _OTHER Amount Budgeted: $ Expenditure Amt: $ Contingency Reqd: $ ............................ ...............................................................................................""""""""""""""""""""""""""".".""""" """"""'" ......... """"""""" ............... ATTACHMENTS: Meeting Minutes - Three Sets - April 21, 1998 (Special Meeting) April 3O, 1998 (Special Meeting) May 19, 1998 (Regular Meeting) ......................................................................................................... ... ......................................................................................... ............ ....................................... SUMMARYIBACKGROUND: Written minutes required by the Revised Code of Washington (RCW) ....................................................................................................................................................................................................... ................................................. CITY COUNCll.. COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: Approve the minutes as presented. """""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""."'""""""""""""""'.""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""'""""""""""""""""""""""""""'" -~-~~~~~.~~~~:'.~~~~.:._~.~~:=:.~:~~.t.:::~:~::t~~~~m APPROVED FOR INCLUSION IN COUNCIL dJJ2 PACKET: (BELOW TO BE COMPLElED BY CIIY CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNCll.. ACTION: APPROVED DENIED - TABLEDIDEFERREDINO ACTION COUNCll.. Bll..L # 1st Reading Enactment Reading ORDINANCE # RESOLUTION # I:\agenda.bil DRAFT FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL Council Chambers - City Hall Special Meeting April 21, 1998 - 5:30 p.m. MINUTES I. CALL MEETING TO ORDER Councilmember Mary Gates opened the regular meeting of the Federal Way City Council at the hour of 5:30 p.m., in Council Chambers, City Hall, Federal Way, Washington. Councilmembers present: Mayor Ron Gintz, Councilmembers Jeanne Burbidge, Jack Dovey, Mary Gates, Linda Kochmar, Phil Watkins. City staff present: City Manager Kenneth E. Nyberg, Deputy City Manager Philip Keightley, Assistant City Attorney Bob Sterbank, City Clerk Chris Green and Deputy City Clerk Bob Baker. ll. REGIONAL GOVERNANCE & FINANCE PROPOSAL Councilmember Gates noted the purpose of the meeting is to update the two newest councilmembers. She also noted now is the time for cities to make comments on the recommendations from the Growth Management Planning Council. Finally she stated the decisions being made are 20- to 50-year decisions and not "light" in terms of cost. Deputy City Manager Keightley reviewed the executive summary memorandum and potential letter to King County Executive Ron Sims. Councilmember Dovey MOVED APPROVAL TO SEND LETTER, UNDER MAYOR'S SIGNATURE, TO KING COUNTY EXECUTIVE RON SIMS, AS PRESENTED; second by Mayor Gintz. Discussion ensued with all councilmembers stating their concerns over this item. Among other items, the letter states the first phase realignment of regional and local services is not acceptable to the City of Federal Way as currently proposed. It also notes the City will not agree to the transfer of services to King County until the City can be assured that the County's cost of providing the services and the overhead to provide them is less than if the services are provided locally or by a contractor. Additionally and finally, it relayed the fact Federal Way is initiating a process to review in detail the Growth Management Planning Council Regional Governance and Finance proposal to provide specific modifications to the proposal. The modifications will be coordinated with Suburban Cities Association. CITY COUNCa SPECIAL MEETING APRIL 21, 1998 - PAGE 2 A vote on the main motion shows it carried as follows: Burbidge Gates Kochmar Watkins yes yes yes yes Dovey Gintz Park yes yes yes Councilmember Gates noted her desire to formulate an ad-hoc committee to discuss modifications to the GMPC proposal. Mayor Gintz noted he would serve if Ms. Gates would serve as chair. Councilmember Watkins also agreed to serve. Mayor Gintz MOVED APPROVAL TO FORMULATE AN AD-HOC COMMITTEE TO REVIEW THE MODIFICATIONS TO THE GMPC PROPOSAL, CONSISTING OF COUNCILMEMBERS GATES, WATKINS AND HIMSELF; second by Deputy Mayor Park. The motion carried as follows: Burbidge Gates Kochmar Watkins yes yes yes yes Dovey Gintz Park yes yes yes An agreed date of April 28, 1998, at 12:30 p.m. was set for the first ad-hoc committee meeting. The meeting shall be held in the Administration Conference Room, 2nd Floor, City Hall and City Manager Nyberg noted lunch will be provided for the committee. III. ADJOURNMENT There being no further business to come before the Council, Councilmember Gates adjourned the special meeting of the Federal Way City Council at the hour of 6:35 p.m. Robert H. Baker Deputy City Clerk DRAFT FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL Special Meeting Council Chambers - City Hall April 30, 1998 - 5:15 p.m. MINUTE S I CALL MEETING TO ORDER Mayor Ron Gintz opened the regular meeting of the Federal Way City Council at 5:35 p.m., in Council Chambers, City Hall, Federal Way, Washington. City Council present: Mayor Ron Gintz, Deputy Mayor Michael Park, Jeanne Burbidge, Jack Dovey, Linda Kochmar and Phil Watkins. City staff present: City Manager Ken Nyberg, Deputy City Manager Philip Keightley, Assistant City Attorney Valerie Petrie, City Clerk Chris Green and Deputy City Clerk Bob Baker. IT BASELINE BUDGET ASSUMPTION AND PROJECTION City Manager Nyberg made a presentation to Council regarding the proposed budget. The base line projection does not consider the potential effect of initiative 690/691 or referendum 48 dealing with Motor Vehicle Excise Tax Reform (MVET). The direct impact to the City's revenue from the passage of initiative 691 will be approximately $1.4 million. This does not consider indirect impact to the public health services provided by Seattle-King County MVET funding. III ALTERNATIVE BUDGET PROJECTIONS -Use 2% Growth Rate for Police Cost Projection after 1999 -Increase Base-Line Funding for Human Services to $300,000.00 Per Year -Use IPD as Inflationary Adjustment for Property Tax Ms. Wang spoke of such items as reducing police expenditures, financial impacts of referendum 47, the CPI for SeattlelKing County and inflation projections. Three models Council discussed initiative 47, city-wide staffing, program cuts, contract employees, grant- funded positions, baseline vs. non-baseline positions, sales tax increases. Councilmember Watkins and Kochmar asked for a list, by department, including the activity of contracted employees, source of monies, their duties, etc. " CITY COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING April 30, 1998 - Page 2 Councilmember Kochmar MOVED FOR THE CONSIDERATION AND USE OF MODEL #3; second by Councilmember Watkins. (see Exhibit "An) Councilmember Burbidge and Dovey prefer model # 1. Deputy Mayor Park and Mayor Gintz both like model #2 as it addresses the option and/or capability of re-funding human services funding. Mayor Gintz noted that whichever model is selected, it should have a relatively strong endorsement by Council. A vote on the motion for model #3 showed it failed as follows: Burbidge Gates Kochmar Watkins no no yes yes Dovey Gintz Park no no no Councilmember Dovey MOVED APPROV AL OF MODEL #2; second by Councilmember Burbidge. The motion carried as follows: Burbidge Gates Kochmar Watkins yes yes no no Dovey Gintz Park yes yes yes IV ADJOURNMENT Having no other business to come before the Council, Mayor Gintz adjourned the special meeting at 6:42 p.m. Robert H. Baker Deputy City Clerk DRAFT FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL Regular Meeting Council Chambers - City Hall May 19, 1998 - 7:00 p.m. MINUTE S I. CALL lvffiETING TO ORDER Mayor Ron Gintz opened the regular meeting of the Federal Way City Council at 7:03 p.m., in Council Chambers, City Hall, Federal Way, Washington. Counci1rnembers present: Mayor Ron Gintz, Deputy Mayor Michael Park, Counci1rnembers Jeanne Burbidge, Jack Dovey, Mary Gates, Linda Kochmar. Councilmember Watkins arrived at 7:25 p.m. City staff present: City Manager Kenneth E. Nyberg, Deputy City Manager Philip Keightley, City Attorney Londi Lindell and Deputy City Clerk Bob Baker. ll. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE Councilmember Dovey led the flag salute. There was unanimous consensus among the Council to add two items under the Council Business section of this agenda: 1) Economic Development Marketing Plan and Work Plan; and 2) Consideration of Proposed Correspondence in Response to King County Executive Sims' Letter to Mayor Gintz on May 5, 1998, regarding Regional Governance and Finance. ill. PRESENTATIONS a. Celebration Park Donations Deputy Mayor Park introduced Mr. JaeKim, who, on behalf of the Federal Way Soccer Club, donated $760.00 toward Celebration Park. In turn, Councilmember Dovey presented Mr. Kim with a Certificate of AppreciationlRecognition. Mr. Ick fun Kim and Mr. Bob Park were then called forward by Deputy Mayor Park who explained Mr. Kims' donation of $15,000.00, out of his own funds, was being presented on behalf of the Korean-American Community. Councilmember Dovey presented Mr. Kim with a plaque in appreciation for the generous contribution. Councilmember Dovey then noted another contribution toward Celebration Park ftom Bob Griebenow, on behalf of the employees ofBerger/Abam. Mr. Griebenow presented Councilmember Dovey with the check and Mr. Dovey presented a plaque of recognition for the contribution. CITY COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES May 19, 1998 - Page 2 Mr. Todd Suchan. on behalf of Enchanted Parks, presented a check in the amount of $23,722.33 to the City of Federal Way, for human services needs. Said funds were raised as a result of the recent Federal Way Days at the park. Councilmember Dovey thanked Mr. Suchan and his associates for the contribution and stated this type of donation; especially for the needy, is very much appreciated. b. Parks & Recreation Commission Introductions/Certificates Councilmember Dovey noted two alternates were being elevated to full-serving members with voting privileges for a period of year (through April 30, 1999). Those being elevated to full-status members and presented with Certificates of Appointment were Dini Duclos and Marion Bartholomew. Newly re-appointed members there to receive Certificates of Appointment were Jim Baker and Laird Chambers. H. David Kaplan was not present to receive his Certificate. c. "Buckle Up America Week" Proclamation Councilmember Burbidge read and proclaimed the week ofMay 18-23 as "Buckle Up America Week" in the City and urged all citizens, government agencies, public and private institutions and businesses to recognize the importance of wearing a seat belt while operating a motor vehicle to prevent injuries and loss. The proclamation was presented to Police Officer Ron Potts. d. Economic Development Update Debra Coates noting Council had previously received a copy of the oversight committee notes ITom May 13, reviewed program highlights. She stated she would be making application for two neighborhood grants to further the city center revitalization program. One to focus on pedestrian safety and the other on creating a pocket park. Ms. Coates noted sign incentive letters had been mailed and already received by some businesses. At this point she had received approximately 40 faxes ITom those wanting to participate and numerous phone calls in support of the program as well. As it relates to distinct districts, Ms. Coates noted a Community Development Block Grant application was submitted in the amount of $225,000.00 with matching and in-kind funds for a total of $400,000.00. Any award of this grant will be used to implement the first distinct district - the International District. IV. CITIZEN COMMENT Bill Linehan wanted to clarify issues previously raised about the condition of the City's bonds. He believes he accurately conveyed the facts of what happened at a meeting he previously attended as it related to helping the city with a bond restructure. He did not consider the potential ramifications with possible innuendos with what he said. He apologized publicly. He apologized to Ken Nyberg and " CITY COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES May 19, 1998 - Page 3 Iwen Wang and stated his comments may have inferred they were not doing their jobs. He stated we all need to feel comfortable and ftee to address issues. He accepts responsibility and asked the council for forgiveness. Mayor Gintz noted Mr. Linehan's integrity and thanked him for coming in. City Manager Nyberg accepted Mr. Linehan's apology. He stated any time there is a question, the City Manager's Office is open and ready to address issues. Further he stated it takes a big person to admit they may have spoken quickly. He has admiration for Mr. Linehan. v. CONSENT AGENDA a. b. Minutes/April 30. 1998 Special Meeting & May 5. 1998 Regular Meeting Council Bill #195/Authorization for Latecomer's AgreementILake 6 Improvement Enactment Ordinance APPROVED ORDINANCE 98-316 So 312th St!14th Ave So Pedestrian Crossing 21st Ave SWlDash Point Rd Final Project Approval 21st Ave SW/SW325th Final Project Approval SW 340th!Hoyt Rd 30% Desi~ Approval Star Lake Rd/Military Rd 30% Design Approval c. d. e. f g. Councilmember Gates MOVED ADOPTION OF THE CONSENT AGENDA AS PRESENTED; second by Councilmember Dovey. The motion carried as follows: VI. Burbidge Gates Kochmar Watkins Dovey Gintz Park yes yes yes yes yes yes yes CITY COUNCIL BUSINESS a. So 288th St Access Mana2ement Councilmember Watkins related this item addresses the problem ofa higher rate of accidents at the intersection named. He stated the item had been through the Land U se!fransportation Committee and recommended approval. Councilmember Watkins then MOVED APPROVAL OF THE SOUTH 28STH STREET ACCESS MANAGEMENT item, as presented; second by Councilmember Dovey. The motion carried as follows: CITY C 0 UN en. ME E TIN G MINUTE S May 19, 1998 - Page 4 ~urbidge Gates Kochmar Watkins yes yes yes yes Dovey Gintz Park yes yes yes b. Sister City Trade Mission Councilmember Gates MOVED APPROVAL OF A $12,192.00 EXPENDITURE TO FUND CITY COUNCIL AND STAFF TRAVEL TO FEDERAL WAY'S SISTER CITY OF HACHINOHE, lAP AN, AND THE REPUBLIC OF KOREA; second by Councilmember Dovey. Councilmember Gates noted this item was considered at the FEDRAC meeting on May 18, 1998, wherein some questions were raised. Staff had prepared written responses to those questions and same was placed on the dias this evening. Councilmember Watkins noted he would vote no on this item. He stated the budget for the next two years is austere and we need to look for places for monies to fund items which have the potential of being cut. Deputy Mayor Park spoke in favor of the motion. He believes the money would be well spent. He stated his stop in Seoul, Korea, would be to discuss economic issues. Mayor Gintz stated he has to believe that Deputy Mayor Parks' stop in Korea can't help but eventually put together a sister-city relationship. He is in support of the trade mission and the use of City funds to head up and send a delegation. Councilmember Kochmar appreciates the fact certain folks are paying their own airfare, but paying for 6 others to go on the trip when there are cost overruns at Celebration Park and other projects sends the wrong message to the tax payers. She stated there will be no tangible benefits to the citizens. She stated the trip is not appropriate. Councilmember Gates noted this is basically an allocation of monies already budgeted for this item. She noted this is the Sib anniversary of the sister-city relationship. She stated Federal Way would not have been able to attract WorId Vision Headquarters ifwe would not have been able to prove we have made an effort as it relates to international relations. Councilmember Dovey noted his dissatisfaction with "tagging" Celebration Park overruns. He stated we are no longer a baby City and we should view ourselves as a maturing City looking beyond infant stages. Councilmember Burbidge stated the allocation is reasonable and appropriate to continue the relationship and to encourage economic development. CITY COUNCn.. MEETING MINUTES May 19, 1998 - Page 5 A vote on the motion showed it carried as follows: Burbidge Gates Kochmar Watkins yes yes no no Dovey Gintz Park c. 1998 Asphalt Overlay Bid Award yes yes yes Councilmember Watkins asked for an overhead to show the affected areas of the overlay project. Ken Miller presented such an overhead and spoke of the four bids which were received. He stated Segale was low bidder. He recommended award of the bid to them with the exceptions of Schedules E-l and G. Further, Mr. Miller noted plans are in order to overlay 349th to 356th on First Avenue South. He stated the greatest share of the overlay will take place in the Twin Lakes area. Mayor Gintz asked if the North end of 35th Avenue would be overlaid as it is quite patchy. Mr. Miller confirmed that, too, would be overlaid. Councilmember Watkins MOVED APPROVAL TO AWARD M. A SEGALE, INC. SCHEDULES A, B, C, D, E, F, H, I, J, K and L OF THE CONTRACT (Schedule E-l excepted), IN THE AMOUNT OF $1,993,735.16, AND APPROVE A 10% CONTINGENCY OF $199,373.52, AND CONSTRUCTION ADMINISTRATION AMOUNTS OF $59,000.00; second by Councilmember Gates. The motion carried as follows: Burbidge Gates Kochmar Watkins yes yes yes yes Dovey Gintz Park yes yes yes d. Economic Development Work & Marketing Plan (ADDED ITEM) Councilmember Dovey MOVED ADOPTION OF THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT WORK PLAN AND MARKETING PLAN; second by Councilmember Burbidge. The motion carried as follows: Burbidge Gates Kochmar Watkins yes yes yes yes Dovey Gintz Park yes yes yes CITY COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES May 19, 1998 - Page 6 e. Proposed Corres.pondence to King County Executive (ADDED ITEM) Mayor Gintz noted FEDRAC met yesterday to draft a response to the response of King County Executive Ron Sims as it related to Regional Governance and Finance issues. He is in favor of signing the correspondence before council tonight and have it sent tomorrow. Councilmember Watkins MOVED APPROVAL OF THE LETTER AS PRESENTED~ second by Councilmember Gates, for discussion purposes. Mr. Gates stated the letter contains no verbiage corrections, just a couple of technical changes. Pages two and three, first paragraphs need to be indented to align with the body of their same numbered paragraph on the prior pages. She also asked the letter be copied to Suburban Cities Association. It was the consensus of Council to make the changes proposed by Ms. Gates. The letter would be signed tomorrow by the Mayor and sent out as scheduled. A vote on the motion to approve the letter, as amended, carried as follows: Burbidge Gates Kochmar Watkins yes yes yes yes Dovey Gintz Park yes yes yes VII. INTRODUCTION ORDINANCE Council Bill # 196/Condemnation Easement!SeaTac Plaza AN ORDINANCE OF'IHE CITY COUNCIL OF'IHE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON, PROVIDING FOR TIlE ACQUISmON OF CERTAIN EASEMENTS OVER, ALONG, UNDER AND ACROSS CERTAIN PROPERTY FOR TIlE PURPOSE OF CONSTRUCTING AND INSTALLING STORM WATER IMPROVEMENTS IN TIlE VICINITY OF SOUTH 320TH STREET AND 23RD AVENUE SOUTH. TOGETHER WITH ALL NECESSARY APPURTENANCES AND RELATED WORK NECESSARY TO MAKE A COMPLETE IMPROVEMENT IN ACCORDANCE WITH APPLICABLE CITY STANDARDS ALL WITHIN THE CITY OF FEDERAL W A Y~ PROVIDING FOR THE CONDEMNATION, APPROPRIATION, AND TAKING OF REAL PROPERTY NECESSARY THEREFOR DIRECTING TIlE CITY AITORNEY TO FILE ALL NECESSARY ACTIONS AND PROCEEDINGS IN THE MANNER PROVIDED BY LAW FOR SAID CONDEMNATION. Deputy City Clerk Bob Baker read Council Bill #196 as presented. Councilmember Watkins MOVED COUNCIL BILL #196 BE FORWARDED TO THE JUNE 2 AGENDA FOR SECOND READINGÆNACTMENT; second by Deputy Mayor Park. The motion carried as follows: CITY COUNCn. MEETING MINUTES May 19, 1998 - Page 7 Burbidge Gates Kochrnar Watkins yes yes yes yes Dovey Gintz Park yes yes yes VIII. CITY MANAGER REPORT Mr. Nyberg briefed the Council with an update of those citizens who spoke at the May 5 Council meeting during citizen comment. He noted their concerns were being heard and considered. Next, he noted Ms. Schroder and Mr. Wilbrecht will report on the progress of the Knutzen Family Theatre and Celebration Park, respectively. Jennifer Schroder, Director of Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services, addressed the Council and used photographs on the overhead to show progress from ground breaking to last week at the Knutzen Family Theatre. The stone work ofJohn Hoge was shown and discussed. The glass and iron work at the theater will soon be completed. Councilmember Kochrnar wanted to know where we were in terms of schedules and costs. Ms. Schroder responded we are on schedule and under budget. Dave Wilbrecht, Deputy Director of Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services, addressed the Council regarding the progress of Celebration Park. Using slides, Mr. Wilbrecht was able to give an accurate representation of the Park at this point; including such items as the mitigated wetland, the parking lot and batting backstops. He noted Weyerhaeuser has already called and inquired about using the park for a picnic. They also indicated a willingness to have 300+ volunteers in September to assist with planting. Again, the City is ahead of schedule on this project. IX. CITY COUNCIL REPORTS Councilmember Dovey noted the next Parks, Recreation, Public Safety and Human Services Committee meeting is scheduled on Wednesday, May 27. Councilmember Watkins noted the Chinook Salmon is being listed on the Endangered Species list, which is adding to our workload. He attended a Central Puget Sound Watershed Forum last week and stated four other species may be added to the above-mentioned list. The next Land Use!fransportation Committee meeting is scheduled on Monday, June 1. Councilmember Gates spoke extensively on regional issues such as further discussion on regional governance and finance issues at a meeting set for May 26. She noted Regional Transit moved ahead on a study for alternative routes moving through South Seattle. Councilmember Kochmar will attend an ACC meeting tomorrow in Phil Watkins' absence. She stated her newness to the Council and stated she is still uncomfortable with the City's bond financing. She " CITY C 0 UN CIL ME E TIN G MINUTE S May 19, 1998 - Page 8 feels all Councilmembers could benefit from a presentation by Ms. Wang at the next FEDRAC meeting. She appreciates reports, but wants to hear the information and be able to ask questions. She requested this item be added to the next FEDRAC agenda. Mr. Watkins noted he, too, would like to attend such a presentation. Deputy Mayor Park noted he represented the City at Emerald Downs recently at Federal Way Days and presented a trophy to the winner of that race. He congratulated Councilmember Gates on her first year of presidency of the Suburban Cities Association. Mayor Gintz had no report. At 8:40 p.m., Mayor Gintz recessed the regular meeting for Council to consider an executive session, which is slated to last approximately :25 minutes, with no action anticipated. x. EXECUTIVE SESSION a. b. Property AcquisitionlPursuant to RCW 42.30.110(1)(b) Litigation!Pursuant to RCW 42.30.110(1 )(i) At 9: 10 p.m., Deputy City Manager Keightley announced another: 10 minutes were necessary. At 9:20 p.m., Deputy City Manager Keightley announced another :05 minutes were necessary. At 9:25 p.m., Mayor Gintz reconvened the regular meeting. No action was taken by Council. XI. ADJOURNMENT Having no further business to come before the Council, Mayor Gintz recessed the regular meeting at 9:26 p.m. Robert H. Baker Deputy City Clerk MEETING DATE: June 2 1998 ITEM# .............. ....... ........................................... ..,......... ....... ....... ............................ ............-.............. ..... =1L~) ................................ CITY OF FEDERAL WAY City Council AGENDA ITEM SUBJECT: VOUCHER ........ ................... ..................... .... .."..."""""""""." ........................................ ..... .....8O'" ........................... ........................ ........................................ .................. CATEGORY: BUDGET IMPACT: X CONSENT ORDINANCE BUSINESS HEARING FYI RESOLUTION STAFF REPORT PROCLAMATION STUDY SESSION OTHER Amount Budgeted: $ 2,730,764.52 Expenditure Amt: $ 2,730,764.52 Contingency Reqd: ............... .................................................... ................................................... ............-............ .... ..... ............ ......................... ........ ............................. .............. .... 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SUMMARY /BACKGROUND: I, the undersigned, do hereby certify under penalty of perjury that the materials have been furnished, the services rendered, or the labor peñonned as described herein and that the claims are just and due obligations against the City of eral Way, hington, and that I am authorized to authenticate and certify to said claims. ...~P'P'~~!~..~~~~~~.~..!~.~~.~~.~.p'~~~~.~~..!~..~ç.~..~~:.~.................................................................................................................................... _.~~:_~~~~~.~~~~.~.~~~~~:....~._::::....:=r.&12..L~................... 1JJ1) APPROVED FOR INCLUSION IN COUNCIL PACKET: (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: APPROVED DENIED - T ABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION COUNCIL BILL # ORDINANCE # FIRST READING ENACTMENT READ RESOLUTION # CCCOVER-5124/94 4- F-I CHEKREG2 DATE 04/29/98 DATE 04/14/98 04/21/98 04/23/98 04/23/98 04/23/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 ~ "71 >v 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 09:31 CHECK # 140041 140042 140043 140044 140045 140052 140053 140054 140055 140056 140057 140058 140059 140060 140061 140062 140063 140064 140071 140072 140073 140074 140075 140078 140079 140080 VEND # 000302 000851 003464 001037 000004 000007 000016 000027 000033 000043 000051 000058 000061 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CHECK REGISTER NAME KING COUNTY RECORDS-ELECTIONS DOROTHY BYRD WA STATE-PATROL KING COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT KEY BANK VISA RESEARCH SAFETY INDUSTRIES U S BANCORP WALSH CONSTRUCTION AMYE BRONSON-DOHERTY LAURA TOEPFER LUELLA COLLICOTT HWI - HYUNG KANG CAROL V WOLF MUKILTEO PRESBYTERIAN KOREAN CATHOLIC CHURCH BEULAH BLAKE RONALD WALKER ASSOC OF WASHINGTON CITIES BOISE CASCADE OFFICE PRODUCTS IKON OFFICE SOLUTIONS ICBO-INT'L CONF BLDG OFFICIALS FIRESAFE INC NEW LUMBER & HARDWARE COMPANY PUGET SOUND ENERGY SOUND OFFICE SUPPLY WA STATE-REVENUE DEPARTMENT AMOUNT 8.00 52.00 5.00 8.50 1,863.67 15.00 17.25 2,000.00 50.00 10.00 30.00 30.00 30.00 358.49 92 .42 12.20 100.00 865.00 7,786.67 132.31 2,786.35 72.66 260.18 22,946.50 8.04 7,426.16 PAGE 1 SUMMARY DESCRIPTION LIEN RECORDING FEES REFUND:REC CLASS REGISTRATION COPIES WSP REPORT TRANSCRIPT FEES CITY BUSINESS EXPENSES MSF-REFUND BUS LICENSE FEE MSF-REFUND BUSINESS APP FEES REFUND:CASH BOND-WALSH CONST REFUND: RECREATION REFUND:REC CLASS REGISTRATION REFUND:REC CLASS REGISTRATION REFUND: REC CLASS REGISTRATION REFUND: REC CLASS REGISTRATION DBC-OVER PAY TAX 3/27-29/98 DBC-BAL DMG DPST 3/14-15/98 LAW - DIST COURT WITNESS FEE REFUND:DAMAGE DEPOSIT WORKSHOP/CONFERENCE FEES OFFICE SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT COPIES/FAX MACHINES MAINT/SUPP BOOKS FOR INSPECTORS SAFETY SUPPLIES/REPAIRS REPAIR & MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES CITY FACILITIES ELECTRIC & GAS OFFICE SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT QUARTERLY COMBINED EXCISE TAX ~ ~ w CHEKREG2 DATE 04/29/98 DATE 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 09:31 CHECK # 140081 140082 140083 140084 140085 140086 140087 140088 140089 140090 140091 140092 140093 140094 140095 140096 140097 140098 140099 140100 140101 140102 140103 140104 140105 140106 VEND # 000063 000065 000089 000094 000096 000101 000104 000106 000109 000112 000125 000142 000196 000197 000202 000229 000253 000308 000328 000343 000379 000414 000428 000432 000438 000503 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CHECK REGISTER NAME CORPORATE EXPRESS U S POSTMASTER NEWS TRIBUNE WA STATE-AUDITOR'S OFFICE LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRICT PETTY CASH EDELINE M LOGREYRA SELECT TRAVEL INC ACTIVE SECURITY CONTROL (DBA) PACIFIC COAST FORD INC KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVISION CITY OF FED WAY-ADVANCE TRAVEL FORTE RENTALS INC WEST COAST WIRE ROPE U S WEST COMMUNICATIONS FEDERAL WAY CHAMBER COMMERCE WA STATE-TRANSPORTATION DEPT SUBURBAN CITIES ASSOCIATION ERNIE'S FUEL STOPS (DBA) ELEPHANT CAR WASH SOUTH COUNTY JOURNAL CAFE PACIFIC CATERING INC WRPA-WA REC & PARK ASSOC TAYLOR RENTAL DELI SMITH & CHOCOLATE JONES ROYAL REPROGRAPHICS AMOUNT 1,124.56 450.00 521. 50 2,482.73 133.32 213.19 157.50 3,206.40 369.98 29.19 66,479.94 1,289.50 936.02 349.12 5,446.98 6,450.00 21,664.64 232.00 1,018.05 491.80 31.00 6,128.45 690.00 109.69 125.40 2.21 PAGE 2 SUMMARY DESCRIPTION OFFICE SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT ANNUAL CALLER FEE NEWSPAPER ADS & SUBSCRIPTIONS STATE AUDITOR SERVICES CITY FACILITIES WATER & SEWER PETTY CASH FUND REIMBURSEMENTS DISTRICT COURT INTERPRETER SVC AIRFARE FOR CITY BUSINESS TRVL FACILITIES/FLEET LOCKSMITH SVC VEHICLE MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS INTERGOVERNMENTAL SERVICES CITY BUSINESS TRAVEL EXPENSES EQUIPMENT RENTAL/SUPPLIES PARKS MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES CITY FACILITIES PHONE SERVICES CHAMBER EXEC SALARY/DUES ROADS & ENGINEERING SERVICES SCA DINNER MEETINGS GASOLINE FOR CITY VEHICLES POLICE VEHICLE CAR WASHES SO COUNTY SUBSCRIP/ADVERTISEMT DUMAS BAY CENTRE CATERING SVCS REGISTRATION FEES/ANNUAL DUES EQUIPMENT RENTAL FOOD SUPPLIES FOR MEETINGS PRINTING SERVICES CHEKREG2 DATE 04/29/98 DATE 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 ~ "\'1 ~ 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 09:31 CHECK # 140107 140108 140109 140110 140111 140112 140113 140114 140115 140116 140117 140118 140119 140120 140121 140122 140123 140124 140125 140126 140127 140128 140129 140130 140131 140132 VEND # 000504 000533 000554 000555 000570 000581 000621 000630 000671 000695 000721 000724 000730 000738 000744 000750 000754 000757 000774 000783 000854 000914 000920 000939 000989 000991 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CHECK REGISTER NAME AMOUNT ORIENTAL GARDEN CENTER 57.81 PUGET SOUND SPECIALTIES INC 5,167.89 CATAPULT INC 525.00 CRISIS CLINIC 58.00 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (DBA) TOOL TOWN INC 1,547.65 29.86 MELVYN E WOODS 42.53 LLOYD ENTERPRISES INC 39,460.84 H D FOWLER COMPANY 1,229.91 WILSON TROPHY COMPANY 93.67 AMERICAN CONCRETE INC 144.58 HOMEGUARD SECURITY SERVICES 39.90 ENTRANCO 1,938.82 G I JOE'S FEDERAL WAY 368.02 SKILLPATH INC 149.00 TACOMA TENT & AWNING CO INC 2,101.88 OXYGEN SALES & SERVICE INC 66.21 NORTHWEST STEEL & PIPE INC 368.40 PSI 180.00 FEDERAL WAY DISPOSAL CO INC 549.47 D J TROPHY 504.09 ABOLINS AV PHOTOGRAPHICS 21.27 PAPER DIRECT INC 72.85 CULLYSPRING WATER COMPANY INC 66.88 FRED MEYER 191.18 CASCADE COFFEE INC 138.07 PAGE 3 SUMMARY DESCRIPTION MAINTENANCE & REPAIR SUPPLIES PARKS GROUNDS MAINT SUPPLIES DATABASE TRAINING COURSES HUMAN SERVICES PUBLICATIONS VEHICLES MAINTENANCE & PARTS REPAIR & MAINT TOOLS/SUPPLIES PHOTOGRAPHY SERVICES GROUNDS MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES PIPE & IRRIGATION SUPPLIES TROPHIES FOR REC PROGRAMS CEMENT & SURFACING MATERIALS FACILITIES ALARM MONITORING ROADS IMPROVEMENT ENGINEERING PW/PKM UNIFORM/SAFETY CLOTHING TRAINING SEMINARS/PUBLICATIONS EVENT CAPOPY RENTAL/REPAIRS WELDING SUPPLIES PIPE & FABRICATION SUPPLIES PSI ANNUAL DUES RECYCLING DISPOSAL SERVICES PRINTED NAME PLATES/PLAQUES CAMERA FILM & SUPPLIES OFFICE SUPPLIES PARK FACILITIES BOTTLED WATER RECREATION/POLICE SUPPLIES COFFEE SUPPLIES FOR MEETINGS ~ '1 , ~ CHEKREG2 DATE 04/29/98 DATE 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 09:31 CHECK # 140133 140134 140135 140136 140137 140138 140139 140140 140141 140142 140143 140144 140145 140146 140147 140148 140149 140150 140151 140152 140153 140154 140155 140156 140157 140158 VEND # 001014 001045 001110 001124 001131 001166 001189 001263 001267 001297 001299 001307 001336 001358 001390 001431 001442 001446 001448 001552 001581 001629 001630 001715 001716 001732 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CHECK REGISTER NAME AMOUNT SKCSRA-SOCCER REFEREES ASSOC 1,380.00 SOS TECHNOLOGIES 915.00 AMAYA ELECTRIC 7,032.22 AIRTOUCH CELLULAR 482.52 EVERGREEN AUTO ELECTRIC INC 520.70 PETTY CASH 84.05 PETTY CASH 214.27 MICHAELS STORES 21.68 TOP FOODS HAGGEN INC 81.81 FACILITY MAINTENANCE CONTRACTR 310.60 FORD GRAPHICS 158.49 DYNAMIC LANGUAGE CENTER LTD 37.50 LUCENT TECHNOLOGIES INC 1,328.46 DOUBLETREE HOTEL/PASCO 458.70 EAGLE HARDWARE & GARDEN 009859 52.32 M A SEGALE INC 520.13 CLEAN CARE CORPORATION 662.00 TRANSNATION TITLE INSURANCE 15.00 BLUE RIBBON WINDOW CLEANING 160.00 PETTY CASH-KLCC REC DEPT 119.56 RICHCOLOR 32.45 HUSKY-HANK'S TREE SERVICE 737.12 BLUMENTHAL UNIFORM CO INC 1,861.08 TRUGREEN-CHEMLAWN 920.93 B J & SONS 255.21 HANSEN COMMUNICATIONS INC 84.50 PAGE 4 SUMMARY DESCRIPTION REC SOCCER LEAGUES REFEREE SVC STAFF FIRST AID/CPR TRAINING ELECTRICAL SERVICES & MATERIAL CELLULAR PHONES SERVICES CITY VEHICLES REPAIR SERVICES PETTY CASH FUND REIMBURSEMENTS PETTY CASH FUND REIMBURSEMENTS POL/REC PROGRAM SUPPLIES RECREATION PROGRAM SUPPLIES LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE SERVICES PRINTING SERVICES KOREAN INTERPRETER SERVICES PHONE SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE WRPA CONFERENCE LODGING MAINTENANCE & REPAIR SUPPLIES ASPHALT OVERLAY PROJECT STREET SWEEPING SERVICES DEED OF TRUST REVISIONS SEMNR CITY FACILITIES WINDOW WASHING PETTY CASH FUND REIMBURSEMENT PHOTO DEVELOPMENT SERVICES REMOVAL OF HAZARDOUS TREES POLICE UNIFORMS & ACCESSORIES PARKS PESTICIDE SPRAYING SVCS FACILITIES REPAIRS & MAINT SVC SWM AFTER HOURS ANSWERING SVCS CHEKREG2 DATE 04/29/98 DATE 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 ~ \ ~ 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 09:31 CHECK # 140159 140160 140161 140162 140163 140164 140165 140166 140167 140168 140169 140170 140171 140172 140173 140174 140175 140176 140177 140178 140179 140180 140181 140182 140183 140184 VEND # 001802 001843 001856 001879 001902 001988 002010 002024 002108 002119 002128 002204 002231 002290 002297 002333 002426 002528 002544 002545 002547 002548 002557 002566 002649 002656 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CHECK REGISTER NAME PACIFIC ELECTRONICS INC MORRIS PIHA MANAGEMENT GROUP ACTION SERVICES CORPORATION EARTH TECH MYERS MASTER LAWN CARE SERVICE LINEN SUPPLY KCM INC PETTY CASH-WITNESS FEES KODO CONSTRUCTION INC COMMERCIAL OFFICE INTERIORS KLEINS COMMERCIAL DOOR SERVICE WILBUR-ELLIS COMPANY SHELDON & ASSOCIATES INC REDONDO HEIGHTS TOWING BOEDECKER COMPANY INC AMERICAN PAYROLL ASSOCIATION UNITED GROCERS INC EASY GOING OUTINGS INC HYUNDAI FOOD PACIFIC AIR CONTROL INC W W GRAINGER INC SPRAGUE PEST CONTROL PETTY CASH FUND-PARKS MAINT U S WEST COMMUNICATIONS WA STATE-REVENUE DEPT:MISC TAX PETTY CASH FUND-SENIORS ACCT AMOUNT 457.92 16,761.39 8,287.02 1,500.00 3,938.34 27.36 688.65 150.96 4,510.97 676.21 1,129.28 289.79 180.50 123.80 28.90 125.00 181.06 476.00 76.78 1,184.10 235.96 48.87 123.43 88.20 3,120.98 91.63 PAGE 5 SUMMARY DESCRIPTION RADIO EQUIPMENT & SERVICES CITY/POLICE FACILITIES LEASE SWM JET RODDING/ST SWEEPING SV CONTRACTED ENGINEERING SVCS PARKS LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE SV KLCC KITCHEN LINEN SERVICES FACILITY CONSTR/DRAIN IMPROVMT DISTRICT COURT WITNESSES FEES RETAINAGE PAYABLE RELEASE OFFICE EQUIPMENT/SUPPLIES FACILITIES DOORS REPAIR SVCS ROADS MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES WETLANDS BIOLOGIST SERVICES VEHICLE TOWING SERVICES PK MAINTENANCE/REPAIR SUPPLIES APA ANNUAL ASSOCIATION DUES RECREATION PROGRAM SUPPLIES REC TRIPS & TOURS PROGRAM KLCC KOREAN LUNCHES SUPPLIES FACILITIES HVAC SYSTEM SVCS SWM/PARKS MAINT EQUIPMENT/SUPP FACILITIES PEST CONTROL SVCS PETTY CASH FUND REIMBURSEMENT DBC PROMOTIONAL ADVERTISING LEASEHOLD EXCISE TAX PETTY CASH FUND REIMBURSEMENT --t: .,., , ~ CHEKREG2 DATE 04/29/98 DATE 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 09:31 CHECK # 140185 140186 140187 140188 140189 140190 140191 140192 140193 140194 140195 140196 140197 140198 140199 140200 140201 140202 140203 140204 140205 140206 140207 140208 140209 140210 VEND # 002679 002692 002693 002737 002742 002778 002797 002798 002807 002836 002846 002853 002870 002887 002924 002985 003013 003014 003039 003043 003048 003059 003070 003071 003093 003100 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CHECK REGISTER NAME SAI C KANG TRAFFIC INSTITUTE SAFELITE AUTO GLASS CORP PIZZA HUT OF AMERICA INC FIR RUN NURSERY SADDLE SOAR RANCH MYRIAM LOMBARDO HANNA NGUYEN MEHDI SADRI GRAHAM & JAMES LLP/ BRUCE DEES & ASSOCIATES 25 MINUTE PHOTO FREEWAY TRAILER SALES INC EN POINTE TECHNOLOGIES THE ST PAUL ESRI INC LAUCKS TESTING LABS INC TRANS TECH ELECTRIC INC RONALD T WOOD OLEG K STEKLAR PETTY CASH-PUBLIC SAFETY DEPT TEK-KIAT PEIRCE KAREN K MCMILLION INCA ENGINEERS INC CASCADE COMPUTER MAINTENANCE CARBCO INC AMOUNT 217.50 1,070.00 387.69 104.74 40.65 425.00 35.00 90.00 439.00 822.97 7,293.17 123.84 522.42 1,895.67 10,490.45 5,400.00 472.00 10,271. 38 271.12 90.00 298.87 60.00 440.00 9,631.55 261.84 589.81 PAGE 6 SUMMARY DESCRIPTION DISTRICT COURT INTERPRETER SVC POLICE CONFERENCES CITY VEHICLES GLASS REPLACEMNT FOOD FOR SOCCER BANQUET ARBOR DAY TREE SEEDLINGS REC HORSEBACK RIDING CLASSES DISTRICT COURT INTERPRETER SVC DISTRICT COURT INTERPRETER SVC CITY BUSINESS REIMBURSEMENT PROFESSIONAL LEGAL SERVICES CELEBRATION PARK MASTER PLAN PRINTING/PHOTO SERVICES CITY VEHICLE REPAIR & SUPPLIES COMPUTER EQUIPMENT VEHICLE CLAIM SETTLEMENT GIS ARCH SYSTEM MAINT SVCS SWM ANALYTICAL LABORATORY SVCS TRAFFIC SIGNAL CHANNELIZATION POLICE BUSINESS REIMBURSEMENTS DISTRICT COURT INTERPRETER SVC PETTY CASH FUND REIMBURSEMENT DISTRICT COURT INTERPRETER SVC DISTRICT COURT SCREENER SVCS DOWNTOWN/INTERSECTION PROJECTS LASER PRINTERS MAINTENANCE CITY VEHICLE REPAIRS/SERVICE CHEKREG2 DATE 04/29/98 DATE 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 i:: Tt ~ 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 09:31 CHECK # 140211 140212 140213 140214 140215 140216 140217 140218 140219 140220 140221 140222 140223 140224 140225 140226 140227 140228 140229 140230 140231 140232 140233 140234 140235 140236 VEND # 003103 003157 003170 003270 003303 003320 003355 003385 003446 003466 003472 003500 003524 003536 003563 003565 003619 003643 003645 003719 003761 003766 003786 003802 003874 003892 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CHECK REGISTER NAME AMOUNT IRON AGE CORPORATION 87.91 LES SCHWAB TIRE CTRS OF WA INC 485.91 MODERN SECURITY SYSTEMS INC 30.00 SEBRIS BUSTO PS 263.00 KRISTA OSBORNE 192.00 URVASHI ASHLEY KAPUR 37-.50 CARY MURPHY 169.00 MEENA SHARMA 476.68 STANDARD FUSEE CORPORATION 562.44 LIGHTNING POWDER COMPANY INC 889.10 RATELCO COMMUNICATION SVC INC 27.15 WESCOM COMMUNICATIONS 354.30 FLEET GLASS REPAIR INC 27.15 ERGO & HEALTH NETWORK 299.74 VALLEY COMMUNICATIONS CENTER 250.00 BEL CUSTOM CLEANERS (DBA) 2,607.76 FEDERAL WAY CYCLE CENTER 500.56 HELSELL FETTERMAN LLP 13,404.15 AMERICAN JANITORIAL SERVICE FEDERAL WAY CARPET/UPHOLSTERY 437.00 60.00 ROYAL WALDOCK & ASSOCIATES 80.00 TUCCI & SONS INC 924.35 UNIV OF CALIF-BERKELEY EXTENSN 295.00 DEBORAH CASE 180.00 MCHUGH PROPERTIES 1,526.00 MONTGOMERY WATER GROUP INC 7,621.93 PAGE 7 SUMMARY DESCRIPTION STAFF UNIFORM SAFETY FOOT WEAR CITY VEHICLES REPAIR SERVICES ALARM MONITORING SERVICES PROFESSIONAL LEGAL SERVICES POLICE BUSINESS REIMBURSEMENT DISTRICT COURT INTERPRETER SVC POLICE BUSINESS REIMBURSEMENT RECREATION CLASSES INSTRUCTION POLICE DEPARTMENT SUPPLIES POLICE FINGERPRINT/SUPPLIES POLICE RADIO REPAIRS DISTRICT COURT RADAR EXPERT FLEET WINDSHIELD REPAIRS OFFICE FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT POLICE EMERGENCY DISPATCH SVCS POLICE UNIFORMS CLEANING SVCS POL MOTORCYCLE REPAIR/SUPPLIES PROFESSIONAL LEGAL SERVICES DUMAS BAY CENTRE JANITORIAL SV POLICE BLDGS CARPET CLEANING PARKS MAINT IRRIGATION SUPPLY ROAD SIGNAL CONSTRUCTION SUPPL ROADWAY LIGHTING SEMINAR RECREATION CLASS INSTRUCTOR SPACE LEASE FOR POLICE USE STORM DRAIN SYSTEM EVALUATIONS ;::: 11 ....() CHEKREG2 DATE 04/29/98 DATE 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 04/29/98 09:31 CHECK # 140237 140238 140239 140240 140241 140242 140243 140244 140245 140246 140247 140248 140249 140250 140251 140252 140253 140254 140255 140256 140257 140258 140259 140260 140261 140262 VEND # 003898 003948 003956 003987 004019 004073 004105 004110 004114 004118 004149 004150 004166 004182 004188 004208 004218 004234 004244 004246 004279 004280 004281 004286 004298 004303 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CHECK REGISTER NAME AMOUNT RADIO COMMUNICATION SERVICES 2,280.00 EDGEWOOD FIREPLACE SHOP INC 42.76 KEY BANK 540.60 NORTHWEST NEXUS INC 1,549.93 COLUMBIA BANK 48.65 SARA KOOPMAN 218.75 DOUGLAS B FORTNER 212.50 ORGANIZATIONAL RESEARCH SVCS 824.55 MONROE SYSTEMS FOR BUSINESS 22.80 TOWER INN & LANES 32.50 LMI OFFICE SUPPLY 101.91 DOMINO'S PIZZA INC 216.38 CSCDHH 50.00 MCDONOUGH & SONS INC 1,286.68 ANN GARDNER 3,650.00 KING COUNTY PRINT & COpy SVCS 156.55 TIMCO INC 54.72 ABT TOWING OF FEDERAL WAY INC 149.05 LMN ARCHITECTS 1,948.60 SARAH TUTTLE 76.50 LEXIS LAW PUBLISHING 124.87 NORTHWEST JANITORIAL SUPPLY 246.80 NATIONAL SANITARY SUPPLY CO 45.23 WRICOPS AT WSU SPOKANE 100.00 MELANIE PRITCHARD-KOSOFF 2,289.00 TAUNTON DIRECT INC 79.76 PAGE 8 SUMMARY DESCRIPTION POLICE RADIO COMMUNICATION SVC EQUIPMENT REPAIR/SUPPLIES TRANSTECH ELECTRIC RETAINAGE COMPUTER HARDWARE TUCCI & SONS RETAINAGE DISTRICT COURT INTERPRETER SVC TEMP CIVIL ATTORNEY SERVICES OUTCOMES MEASURES TRAINING SVC POLICE OFFICE EQUIPMENT/SUPPLY SPECIAL POPS BOWLING TRIP NOTARY OFFICE SUPPLIES FOOD FOR FLASHLIGHT EGG HUNT SIGN LANGUAGE INTERPRETER SVCS DBC/CHB PARKING LOT CLEANING DBC COMMISSIONED ART PRINTING SERVICES SWM EQUIPMENT REPAIR SUPPLIES VEHICLE TOWING SERVICES URBAN DESIGN SERVICES POLICE BUSINESS REIMBURSEMENT LAW PUBLICATIONS FACILITIES JANITORIAL SUPPLIES FACILITIES JANITORIAL SUPPLIES POLICE SEMINARS RECREATION GYMNASTICS INSTRUCN BUILDING CODE CHECK BOOKS CHEKREG:¿ CITY OF FEDERAL WAY DATE 04/29/98 09:31 CHECK REGISTER DATE CHECK # VEND # NAME 04/29/98 140263 004317 RITZ CAMERA ONE HOUR PHOTO 04/29/98 140264 004318 EDGEWOOD NATIONAL INC 04/29/98 140265 004326 JIM'S AUTO REFINISH/COLLISION 04/29/98 140266 004328 ENGINEERING NEWS-RECD MAGAZINE 04/29/98 140267 004330 PIERCE COUNTY CONSERVATION DIS 04/29/98 140268 004332 ANNE KIRKPATRICK 04/29/98 140269 004333 AMERICAN EXPRESS 04/29/98 140270 004334 RYAN PLANNING RESOURCES 04/29/98 140271 004335 EASTSIDE REPORTERS 04/29/98 140272 004336 LINDA CRUM 04/29/98 140273 004339 WA STATE-DEPT OF PERSONNEL ~ TOTAL CHECKS Y ~ ......... ~ JOB WAS COMPLETED SUCCESSFULLY AMOUNT 161.35 1,324.65 266.94 80.07 10.00 270.00 1,095.94 4,166.65 275.00 59.62 500.00 393,255.36 PAGE ~ SUMMARY DESCRIPTION CAMERA SUPPLIES/FILM DEVELOPMT VEHICLE TRUCKBED ACCESSORIES FLEET VEHICLE REPAIRS/SERVICES ENGINEERING SUBSCRIPTION SEMINAR REGISTRATION FEES MANAGEMENT CONSULTING SERVICES CLAIM SETTLEMENT COMPREHENSIVE PLAN UPDATES LEGAL TRANSCRIPT SERVICES POLICE BUSINESS REIMBURSEMENT FACILITATION & CONSULTING SVCS ..t: ~ , ....... ......... CHEKREG2 DATE 05/14/98 DATE 05/01/98 05/05/98 05/07/98 05/07/98 05/08/98 05/11/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 10:24 CHECK # 140275 140276 140277 140278 140279 140280 140284 140285 140286 140287 140288 140289 140290 140291 140292 140293 140294 140295 140296 140297 140298 140299 140300 140301 140302 140303 VEND # 000125 004358 003464 003894 001686 003464 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CHECK REGISTER NAME KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVISION ROBERT L CHRISTIE KING COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT KEY BANK OF WASHINGTON FIRST CHOICE BUSINESS MACHINES KING COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT TVETER, TAMARA ANTHONY STRONG KEY BANK ED JACOBS CAROLYN DOHERTY PAUL HONG DAWN CHERNE DIADORA AMERICA JIN CHANG HEATHER SAWYER CARMEN ADAIR CAROL FISHER SANDEE PHILLIPS SARA TROUPE ANNE-MARIE BERGER KISUN KROLL BERGER/ABAM THE PIONEER GROUP MARRIAGE ENRICHMENT CITY OF SEATAC AMOUNT 3,062.20 22,964.00 110.00 17,690.42 248.02 110.00 25.00 25.00 47.50 720.00 25.00 10.00 40.00 50.00 32.00 20.40 20.00 100.00 10.00 30.00 97.50 64.00 435.00 35.48 125.00 50.00 PAGE 1 SUMMARY DESCRIPTION INTERGOVERNMENTAL SERVICES PROFESSIONAL LEGAL SERVICES TRANSCRIPT FEES PORTER BROS CONST RETAINAGE COPIER REPAIR, MAINT, SUPPLIES TRANSCRIPT FEES MSF-REFUND HOME OCC FEE MSF-REFUND TEMP BUS LIC REFUND-CASH BOND:KEY BANK REFUND-CASH BOND:ED JACOBS REFUND: REC CLASS REGISTRATION REFUND DAMAGE DEPOSIT RSS/ASE-REFUND PICNIC RENTAL REFUND: PICNIC DAMAGE DEPOSIT REFUND: REC CLASS REGISTRATION REFUND:REC CLASS REGISTRATION REFUND: REC CLASS REGISTRATION REFUND: DAMAGE DEPOSIT REFUND: REC CLASS REGISTRATION REFUND: REC CLASS REGISTRATION REFUND: RENTAL FEE REFUND: REC CLASS REGISTRATION REFUND: REC CLASS REGISTRATION DBC-REF OVER PAYMENT 01/15-18 DBC-REF DMG DPST 02/14-15/98 DBC-REF DMG DPST 04/18/98 . CHEKREG2 DATE 05/14/98 DATE 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 ~ --r, \ P 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 10:24 CHECK # 140304 140305 140306 140307 140308 140309 140310 140311 140312 140313 140314 140315 140316 14031 7 140318 140319 140320 140321 140322 140325 140326 140327 140328 140329 140330 140331 VEND # 000017 000033 000036 000041 000043 000049 000051 000055 000056 000058 000063 000076 000089 000096 000101 000103 000104 000106 000109 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CHECK REGISTER NAME AMOUNT FWAEOP 75.00 JIM TAYLOR 16.24 HELEN JUNE FULCER MARSHA D MORRIS 11.82 12.08 CAROL A PHILLIPS 13 .12 DENICE A TRUJILLO 12.60 GAIL MARIE SCHATZ 12.60 PEGGY'S PLANT SERVICE 131. 25 21.68 FIRESAFE INC GRETCHEN L LUSINK 1,024.58 261.92 MURTOUGH SUPPLY COMPANY INC NEW LUMBER & HARDWARE COMPANY 179.96 PRESTON GATES & ELLIS LLP 2,296.54 PUGET SOUND ENERGY 1,720.78 SEATTLE TIMES 1,233.88 1,113.65 SIR SPEEDY PRINTING CENTER SOUND OFFICE SUPPLY 31. 44 CORPORATE EXPRESS 529.63 WFOA-WA FINANCE OFFICERS ASSOC 40.00 NEWS TRIBUNE 2,334.73 624.76 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRICT PETTY CASH 328.42 ICBO-WESTERN WASH CHAPTER 495.00 EDELINE M LOGREYRA 595.00 SELECT TRAVEL INC ACTIVE SECURITY CONTROL (DBA) 418.00 212.58 PAGE 2 SUMMARY DESCRIPTION DBC-REF DMG DPST 04/22/98 JUROR FEE APRIL13-17 JUROR FEE APRIL 13-17 JUROR FEE APRIL 13-17 JUROR FEE APRIL 13-17 JUROR FEE APRIL 13-17 JUROR FEE APRIL 13-17 FACILITIES INDOOR PLANTS MAINT SAFETY SUPPLIES/REPAIRS CITY BUSINESS REIMBURSEMENT CITY BLDGS MAINT SUPPLIES REPAIR & MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES PROFESSIONAL LEGAL SERVICES CITY FACILITIES ELECTRIC & GAS NEWSPAPER ADVERTISEMENTS PRINTING SERVICES OFFICE SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT OFFICE SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT WFOA BARS TRAINING NEWSPAPER ADS & SUBSCRIPTIONS CITY FACILITIES WATER & SEWER PETTY CASH FUND REIMBURSEMENTS 1997 UBC/UMC BUILDING SEMINAR DISTRICT COURT INTERPRETER SVC AIRFARE FOR CITY BUSINESS TRVL FACILITIES/FLEET LOCKSMITH SVC CHEKREG2 DATE 05/14/98 DATE 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 -.t 1'\ 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 1 ........ UJ 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 10:24 CHECK # 140332 140333 140334 140335 140336 140337 140338 140339 140340 140341 140342 140343 140344 140345 140346 140347 140348 140349 140350 140351 140352 140353 140354 140355 140356 140357 . VEND # 000112 000117 000125 000137 000142 000152 000168 000173 000196 000201 000202 000204 000220 000226 000228 000241 000267 000276 000280 000286 000302 000308 000317 000328 000332 000340 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CHECK REGISTER NAME AMOUNT PACIFIC COAST FORD INC 696.26 GFOA-GOV'T FINANCE OFFICERS 55.00 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVISION 1,457.54 626.92 TACOMA REPROGRAPHICS INC CITY OF FED WAY-ADVANCE TRAVEL ELECTRO PRODUCTS/CABLE CO 408.52 113.16 DAILY JOURNAL OF COMMERCE INC 288.60 WEST PUBLISHING CORPORATION 39.37 FORTE RENTALS INC 184.06 KINKO'S INC 1,851.31 US WEST COMMUNICATIONS 269.47 SOFTWARE SPECTRUM 346.43 FEDERAL WAY EXECUTEL 2,543.42 16,250.00 FEDERAL WAY YOUTH & FAMILY SVC SOUTH KING CNTY MULTI SVC CTR 16,609.58 KING COUNTY SEXUAL ASSAULT 7,000.00 KING COUNTY PUBLIC SAFETY DEPT 127.50 LANIER WORLDWIDE INC 166.69 WA STATE-EMPLOYMENT SECURITY 13,524.18 33.36 AT & T WIRELESS SERVICES KING COUNTY RECORDS-ELECTIONS 9.00 SUBURBAN CITIES ASSOCIATION 100.00 MUNICIPAL CODE CORPORATION 3,399.48 3,841.48 ERNIE'S FUEL STOPS (DBA) ABC LEGAL MESSENGERS INC 183.00 WA STATE-INFORMATION SERVICES 1,055.16 PAGE 3 SUMMARY DESCRIPTION VEHICLE MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS PUBLIC INVESTOR NEWSLETTER INTERGOVERNMENTAL SERVICES PRINTING SERVICES CITY BUSINESS TRAVEL EXPENSES TELECOMMUNICATION CABLES NEWSPAPER LEGAL NOTICES LAW RESOURCE PUBLICATIONS EQUIPMENT RENTAL/SUPPLIES PRINTING SERVICES CITY FACILITIES PHONE SERVICES COMPUTER SYSTEM SOFTWARE/MAINT POL RECOGNITION ROOM/LODGING HUMAN SERVICES PROGRAMS HUMAN SERVICES PROGRAM HUMAN SERVICES PROGRAM KING COUNTY PHOTOGRAPHIC SVCS EQP MAINT CONTRACT/MISC SUPPLY QUARTERLY UNEMPLOYMENT TAXES PAGERS MONTHLY SERVICE LIEN RECORDING FEES SCA DINNER MEETINGS MUNICIPAL CODE SUPPLEMENTS GASOLINE FOR CITY VEHICLES LEGAL MESSENGER SERVICES SCAN LONG DISTANCE SERVICE CHEKREG2 DATE 05/14/98 DATE 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 ~ ~ , ...... {:. 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 10:24 CHECK # 140358 140359 140360 140361 140362 140363 140364 140365 140366 140367 140368 140369 140370 140371 140372 140373 140374 140375 140376 140377 140378 140379 140380 140381 140382 140383 VEND # 000351 000367 000368 000376 000388 000414 000438 000475 000504 000514 000554 000555 000564 000570 000588 000652 000664 000665 000671 000697 000721 000724 000730 000738 000754 000759 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CHECK REGISTER NAME SEATTLE TIMES-SUBSCRIPTIONS IIMC-INT'L INST OF MUN CLERKS PERKINS COlE KING COUNTY WATER & LAND DIV AT & T WIRELESS SERVICES CAFE PACIFIC CATERING INC DELI SMITH & CHOCOLATE JONES CUSTOM SECURITY SYSTEMS ORIENTAL GARDEN CENTER WA STATE-STATE REVENUES CATAPULT INC CRISIS CLINIC KING COUNTY PET LICENSE EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (DBA) TACOMA PUBLIC UTILITIES FWCCN ACAP CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES CHILD CARE RESOURCES H D FOWLER COMPANY PIERCE COUNTY BUDGET & FINANCE AMERICAN CONCRETE INC HOMEGUARD SECURITY SERVICES ENTRANCO G I JOE'S FEDERAL WAY OXYGEN SALES & SERVICE INC S & S WORLDWIDE, INC AMOUNT 140.40 50.00 65.06 14,418.00 97.72 10,046.48 132.60 162.74 289.75 51,471.06 525.00 772.50 734.00 807.49 462.03 3,502.00 4,500.00 2,250.00 6.54 20,444.17 416.75 23.95 2,339.42 107.41 12.53 476.59 PAGE 4 SUMMARY DESCRIPTION NEWSPAPER SUBCRIPTION IIMC ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP DUES LEGAL SERVICES SWM UTILITY BILLINGS/COLLECTNS POLICE CELLULAR PHONES EQUIPMT DUMAS BAY CENTRE CATERING SVCS FOOD SUPPLIES FOR MEETINGS ALARM MONITORING & SERVICES MAINTENANCE & REPAIR SUPPLIES STATE COURT FEES COLLECTED DATABASE TRAINING COURSES HUMAN SERVICES PROGRAM PET LICENSE FEES COLLECTED VEHICLES MAINTENANCE & PARTS CITY FACILITIES WATER SERVICES HUMAN SERVICES PROGRAMS HUMAN SERVICES PROGRAM HUMAN SERVICES PROGRAM PIPE & IRRIGATION SUPPLIES PUBLIC LEGAL DEFENSE SERVICES CEMENT & SURFACING MATERIALS FACILITIES ALARM MONITORING ROADS IMPROVEMENT ENGINEERING FLOOR MATS FOR FLEET VEHICLES WELDING/MISC SUPPLIES RECREATION PROGRAM SUPPLIES {: ~ I ~ CHEKREG2 DATE 05/14/98 DATE 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 10:24 CHECK # 140384 140385 140386 140387 140388 140389 140390 140391 140392 140393 140394 140395 140396 140397 140398 140399 140400 140401 140402 140403 140404 140405 140406 140407 140408 140409 VEND # 000771 000783 000834 000851 000854 000874 000891 000923 000939 000947 000959 001003 001004 001037 001046 001052 001114 001121 001124 001126 001127 001130 001139 001155 001160 001187 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CHECK REGISTER NAME COSTCO FEDERAL WAY DISPOSAL CO INC FEDERAL WAY SCHOOL DISTRICT WA STATE-PATROL D J TROPHY MACHINERY COMPONENTS INC OFFICE DEPOT CREDIT PLAN FURNEY'S NURSERY INC CULLYSPRING WATER COMPANY INC SQUEEGEE CLEAN WINDOW CLEANING NORSTAR INDUSTRIES INC CATHOLIC COMMUNITY SERVICES MAILMEDIA INC KEY BANK VISA EQUIFAX CREDIT INFORMATION SVC GENUINE PARTS COMPANY DOMESTIC ABUSE WOMEN'S NETWORK WWEE-WA WOMEN EMPLOY/EDUCATION AIRTOUCH CELLULAR SENIOR SERVICES COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTERS ROTARY OFFSET PRESS INC RED WING SHOE STORE WHERE TO TURN-CRISIS CLINIC KUKER-RANKEN INC TECHNOLOGY EXPRESS AMOUNT 1,646.05 285.88 1,567.60 245.00 725.65 66,001. 49 330.59 90.14 137.92 2,170.00 201. 57 2,543.12 4,286.25 2,902.02 8.34 16.28 11,750.00 7,286.64 596.45 2,906.68 9,773.75 6,375.47 133.85 50.00 897.15 1,558.41 PAGE 5 SUMMARY DESCRIPTION HOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES/EQUIPMENT RECYCLING DISPOSAL SERVICES CITY SHARE:FACILITATOR SVCS REMIT FIREARM FEES TO STATE PRINTED NAME PLATES/PLAQUES FLEET RANSOME MOWER PURCHASES OFFICE EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES ARBOR DAY SUPPLIES PARK FACILITIES BOTTLED WATER FACILITIES JANITORIAL SERVICES PUBLIC WORKS EQUIPMENT SUPPLY HUMAN SERVICES PROGRAM SUMMER BROCHURE POSTAGE EXPEN CITY BUSINESS EXPENSES POLICE EMPLOYMT CREDIT REPORTS FLEET REPAIR & MAINT SUPPLIES HUMAN SERVICES PROGRAMS HUMAN SERVICES PROGRAMS CELLULAR PHONES SERVICES HUMAN SERVICES PROGRAMS HUMAN SERVICES PROGRAMS RECREATION BROCHURES PRINTING UNIFORM SAFETY FOOTWEAR HUMAN SERVICES RESOURCE BOOKS SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT COMPUTER EQUIPMENT/SUPPLIES CHEKREG2 DATE 05/14/98 DATE 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 1: 11 1 ......... €' 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 10:24 CHECK # 140410 140411 140412 140413 140414 140415 140416 140418 140419 140420 140421 140422 140423 140424 140425 140426 140427 140428 140430 140431 140432 140433 140434 140435 140436 140437 VEND # 001189 001233 001241 001259 001267 001299 001315 001390 001424 001431 001432 001435 001436 001481 001546 001593 001612 001629 001630 001646 001647 001690 001715 001716 001798 001802 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CHECK REGISTER NAME PETTY CASH AT & T BUSINESS SERVICE WEST COAST AWARDS KING COUNTY CRIME VICTIMS FUND TOP FOODS HAGGEN INC FORD GRAPHICS MOUNTAIN MIST WATER EAGLE HARDWARE & GARDEN 009859 SOUND ELEVATOR M A SEGALE INC DON SMALL & SONS OIL DEBRA THOMAS TREE RECYCLERS CH2M HILL NORTHWEST INC LOCATING INC FEDERAL WAY TOWING INC THE POLLARD GROUP INC HUSKY-HANK'S TREE SERVICE BLUMENTHAL UNIFORM CO INC BASIN OIL CO INC KELLER SUPPLY COMPANY TOYS R US TRUGREEN-CHEMLAWN B J & SONS WESTERN PETERBILT INC PACIFIC ELECTRONICS INC AMOUNT 205.48 12.95 909.04 903.55 155.10 312.59 357.88 548.27 105.38 788.84 111.40 193.60 1,022.79 17,292.23 50.00 340.61 812.22 514.25 2,694.82 40.00 110.58 108.55 70.59 1,140.30 4,487.84 108.00 PAGE 6 SUMMARY DESCRIPTION PETTY CASH FUND REIMBURSEMENTS LONG DISTANCE PHONE SERVICES UNIFORM CLOTHING ITEMS/SUPPLY COURT FEES COLLECTED RECREATION PROGRAM SUPPLIES PRINTING SERVICES CITY HALL/POLICE BOTTLED WATER MAINTENANCE & REPAIR SUPPLIES CITY HALL BLDG ELEVATOR MAINT ASPHALT OVERLAY PROJECT HEATING OIL FOR REC ANNEX BLDG EDUCATION ASSISTANCE REIMBURMT TREE CLEARING SERVICES CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING SVCS UNDERGROUND UTILITY LOCATING VEHICLE TOWING SVC FOR POLICE PRINTING SERVICES RETAINAGE PAYABLE RELEASE POLICE UNIFORMS & ACCESSORIES PARCS WASTE OIL RECYCLING DUMAS BAY RESTROOM EQUIPMENT REC CLASSES EQUIPMENT/SUPPLIES PARKS PESTICIDE SPRAYING SVCS FACILITIES REPAIRS & MAINT SVC CITY VEHICLE REPAIR RADIO EQUIPMENT & SERVICES -i:: l' - ...J CHEKREG2 DATE 05/14/98 DATE 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 10:24 CHECK # 140438 140439 140440 140441 140442 140443 140444 140445 140446 140447 140448 140449 140450 140451 140452 140453 140454 140455 140456 140457 140458 140459 140460 140461 140462 140463 VEND # 001811 001814 001856 001902 001936 001939 001968 001969 001988 001998 002010 002019 002087 002172 002231 002241 002332 002347 002366 002426 002472 002475 002528 002534 002544 002548 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CHECK REGISTER NAME BALLOON SPECIALTIES/NW GASES PARAMETRIX INC ACTION SERVICES CORPORATION MYERS MASTER LAWN CARE PAGENET LANDAU ASSOCIATES INC RICOH BUSINESS SYSTEMS INC CODE PUBLISHING COMPANY SERVICE LINEN SUPPLY R W SCOTT CONSTRUCTION CO INC KCM INC COLLEEN ROTT WHITMAN & ASSOCIATES INC ICBO-RAINIER CHAPTER SHELDON & ASSOCIATES INC SALVATION ARMY FEDERAL WAY PRINTING RASTER GRAPHICS INC ESM INC UNITED GROCERS INC CHURCH COUNCIL OF SEATTLE WA STATE-TRANSPORTATION DEPT EASY GOING OUTINGS INC ARBORS CAN INC HYUNDAI FOOD SPRAGUE PEST CONTROL AMOUNT 8.40 7,047.47 7,185.74 13,564.93 734.99 9,259.84 125.98 6.52 82.08 180,626.78 47,789.78 74.58 689.00 200.00 1,155.40 807.51 380.10 1,417.12 13,845.14 105.73 135.00 39.30 936.00 1,303.20 162.64 343.18 PAGE 7 SUMMARY DESCRIPTION RECREATION PROGRAM SUPPLIES BPA TRAIL CORRIDOR PHASE II SWM STREET SWEEPING SERVICES PARKS/PW LANDSCAPE MAINT SVCS ... PAGERS LEASE & SERVICES ENGINEERING REVIEW SERVICES FAX/COPIER SUPPLIES & MAINT KING COUNTY ZONING CODE BOOK KLCC KITCHEN LINEN SERVICES PW-SW 336TH ST WIDENING PROJ FACILITY CONSTR/DRAIN IMPROVMT CITY BUSINESS REIMBURSEMENT FACILITIES CARPET CLEANING ICBO NONSTRUCTURAL CODE SEMINR WETLANDS BIOLOGIST SERVICES HUMAN SERVICES PROGRAM PRINTING SERVICES GIS COLOR PLOTTER SUPPLIES STREETS ENGINEERING SERVICES RECREATION PROGRAM SUPPLIES DUMAS BAY CENTRE PROMOTION AD ENGINEERING SERVICES REC TRIPS & TOURS PROGRAM HAZARDOUS TREES REMOVAL SVCS KLCC KOREAN LUNCHES SUPPLIES FACILITIES PEST CONTROL SVCS CHEKREG2 DATE 05/14/98 DATE 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 ..(:: l' 05/14/98 05/14/98 "- ~ 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 10:24 CHECK # 140464 140465 140466 140467 140468 140469 140470 140471 140472 140473 140474 140475 140476 140477 140478 140479 140480 140481 140482 140483 140484 140485 140486 140487 140488 140489 VEND # 002557 002566 002623 002640 002644 002645 002664 002679 002741 002778 002787 002807 002826 002870 002887 002893 003023 003043 003070 003071 003072 003100 003129 003138 003152 003157 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CHECK REGISTER NAME PETTY CASH FUND-PARKS MAINT U S WEST COMMUNICATIONS OFFICEMAX CREDIT PLAN ESCOM SOFTWARE SERVICES LTD FEDERAL WAY BOYS & GIRLS CLUB BIRTH TO THREE DEVELOPMENT CTR FLEX-PLAN SERVICES INC SAI C KANG KALPNA BENTLER SADDLE SOAR RANCH OFFICE PRODUCT LIQUIDATORS INC MEHDI SADRI KASSEL CONSTRUCTION INC FREEWAY TRAILER SALES INC EN POINTE TECHNOLOGIES INDUSTRIAL BOLT & SUPPLY INC RE-RUN INC OLEG K STEKLAR KAREN K MCMILLION INCA ENGINEERS INC HLA INFRASTRUCTURE INC CARBCO INC AMS LASER SUPPLY NORMED COMMERCIAL PUBLISHING INC LES SCHWAB TIRE CTRS OF WA INC AMOUNT 108.67 115.54 866.48 590.00 2,250.00 4,750.00 235.20 120.00 30.00 425.00 741. 48 114.25 399,920.18 132.19 17,625.85 169.73 4,113.78 135.00 440.00 24,682.17 11,817.27 1,184.57 655.94 102.20 435.00 2,549.72 PAGE 8 SUMMARY DESCRIPTION PETTY CASH FUND REIMBURSEMENT DBC PROMOTIONAL ADVERTISING OFFICE EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES RECREATION SOFTWARE MAINT SVCS HUMAN SERVICES PROGRAM HUMAN SERVICES PROGRAM EMPLOYEES FLEX ACCOUNTS PLAN DISTRICT COURT INTERPRETER SVC DISTRICT COURT INTERPRETER SVC REC HORSEBACK RIDING CLASSES POLICE OFFICE FURNITURE CITY BUSINESS REIMBURSEMENT KNUTSEN FAMILY THEATRE PROJECT CITY VEHICLE REPAIR & SUPPLIES COMPUTER EQUIPMENT/SUPPLIES PARKS MAINT SHOP EQP/SUPPLIES CELEBRATION PARK CLEARING SVCS DISTRICT COURT INTERPRETER SVC DISTRICT COURT SCREENER SVCS DOWNTOWN/INTERSECTION PROJECTS MILITARY/STAR LK RD SIGNAL PRJ CITY VEHICLE REPAIRS/SERVICE TONER FOR LASER PRINTERS POLICE GLOVES & SUPPLIES DISPLAY AD IN FEDERAL WAY MAP FLEET VEHICLE REPAIR SERVICES --t 1') , -- ~ . CHEKREG2 DATE 05/14/98 DATE 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 10:24 CHECK # 140490 140491 140492 140493 140494 140495 140496 140497 140498 140499 140500 140501 140502 140503 140504 140505 140506 140507 140508 140509 140510 140511 140512 140513 140514 140515 VEND # 003162 003170 003173 003209 003211 003236 003251 003255 003259 003266 003277 003314 003365 003410 003414 003459 003469 003587 003602 003619 003643 003645 003831 003834 003837 003854 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CHECK REGISTER NAME AMOUNT U S TOY CO INC 340.00 MODERN SECURITY SYSTEMS INC 30.00 HYDROSEEDING INC 494.13 WASHINGTON POLYGRAPH IRON MOUNTAIN/SAFESITE INC 750.00 423.75 QFC 106.40 SECURITY BARRICADE INC 58.64 TERRITORIAL EQUIPMENT INC FINANCIAL CONSULTANTS INT INC 36.80 608.08 TRENT D MILLER P.E. HAMRE/DASHNEA 6,321.00 60.00 NWPAC 100.00 DONOVAN HEAVENER 81. 90 BP OIL COMPANY 53.00 PROMEDIX DBA 49.61 MICHAEL KIM 68.25 ROAD WARRIORS INC 475.84 THE PAPER ZONE 135.15 DOVIA OF KING COUNTY 15.00 FEDERAL WAY CYCLE CENTER 1,264.01 6,542.60 HELSELL FETTERMAN LLP AMERICAN JANITORIAL SERVICE 3,851.64 GSR POLYGRAPH SERVICES 625.00 SOUND TELECOM 146.00 UNITED PARCEL SERVICE 51. 65 WESTERN STATES INFO NETWORK 350.00 PAGE 9 SUMMARY DESCRIPTION RED/WHITE/BLUE EVENT SUPPLIES ALARM MONITORING SERVICES SEED FOR PARCS GROUNDS POLICE EMPLOYMENT POLYGRAPHS CITY RECORDS STORAGE SERVICES FOOD SUPPLIES FOR CITY EVENTS PUBLIC WORKS PROJECT SIGNS FLEET VEHICLE SUPPLIES POLICE RADIO REPAIR SERVICES PROJECT ENGINEER SERVICES POLICE EMPLOYMENT POLYGRAPH NWPAC MEMBERSHIP DUES POLICE BUSINESS REIMBURSEMENTS FUEL FOR POLICE VEHICLES POLICE FIRST AID SUPPLIES POLICE EXPENSE REIMBURSEMENT TRAFFIC CONTROL SERVICES POLICE EVIDENCE SUPPLIES DOVIA MEETING/AWARDS LUNCHEON POL MOTORCYCLE REPAIR/SUPPLIES PROFESSIONAL LEGAL SERVICES DUMAS BAY CENTRE JANITORIAL SV POLICE POLYGRAPH TESTING PARK EMERGENCY ANSWERING SVC DOCUMENTS DELIVERY SERVICES POLICE SEMINARS . CHEKREG2 DATE 05/14/98 DATE 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 ~ "1) \ ~ 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 05/14/98 10:24 CHECK # 140516 140517 140518 140519 140520 140521 140522 140523 140524 140525 140526 140527 140528 140529 140530 140531 140532 140533 140534 140535 140536 140537 140538 140539 140540 140541 VEND # 003874 003908 003922 003947 003971 003977 003983 003987 003992 004004 004054 004093 004113 004147 004204 004218 004240 004243 004245 004246 004258 004260 004265 004280 004281 004282 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CHECK REGISTER NAME MCHUGH PROPERTIES INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR NATIONAL BAG COMPANY INC CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CD PUBLICATIONS KEY BANK VISA SEAFIRST BANK NORTHWEST NEXUS INC ACN COMPUTERS PACIFIC COAST FORD INC WICKLANDER-ZULAWSKI & ASSOC US WEST COMMUNICATIONS LISA M READ P.E. FRONTIER BANK-LAKE CITY COLLEEN A HARTL TIMCO INC KOREAN CHRISTIAN COUNSELING CENTER FOR MULTICULTURAL HLTH THE JOSEPH FOUNDATION SARAH TUTTLE WA STATE-DEPT OF LICENSING STAN PALMER CONSTRUCTION INC WORLD VISION RELIEF & DEVELPMT NORTHWEST JANITORIAL SUPPLY NATIONAL SANITARY SUPPLY CO U S NOTARY AMOUNT 216.40 285.00 168.24 10,000.00 289.00 229.27 9,506.67 500.00 269.33 1,030.00 758.00 393.65 7,945.00 19,301.17 979.55 187.05 1,125.00 750.00 477.00 75.03 75.00 1,040,287.28 2,227.00 470.75 366.55 119.00 PAGE 10 SUMMARY DESCRIPTION SPACE LEASE FOR POLICE USE POL PROPERTY RM MGT TRAINING POLICE EVIDENCE SUPPLIES POLICE USE CASH FUNDS POLICE INFO PUBLICATIONS POLICE BUSINESS TRAVEL EXPENSE R W SCOTT CONSTRUCTN RETAINAGE NETWORK SERVICE/CONNECTION COMPUTER SUPPLIES POLICE VEHICLES/EQUIPMT LEASE POLICE FIELD INTERVIEWING SEMR DATA COMM LINE SERVICES CONSTRUCTION PLAN REVIEW SVCS KNUTZEN FAM THEATRE RETAINAGE PROFESSIONAL LEGAL SERVICES SWM EQUIPMENT REPAIR SUPPLIES HUMAN SERVICES PROGRAM HUMAN SERVICES PROGRAM HUMAN SERVICES PROGRAM POLICE BUSINESS REIMBURSEMENT CONCEALED WEAPON PERMIT FEES CELEBRATION PARK DEVELOPMENT HUMAN SERVICES PROGRAM FACILITIES JANITORIAL SUPPLIES FACILITIES JANITORIAL SUPPLIES NOTARY SEMINAR CHEKREG2 DATE 05/14/98 10:24 DATE CHECK # VEND # 05/14/98 140542 004302 05/14/98 140543 004305 05/14/98 140544 004331 05/14/98 140545 004338 05/14/98 140546 004340 05/14/98 140547 004345 05/14/98 140548 004347 05/14/98 140549 004348 05/14/98 140550 004351 05/14/98 140551 004354 05/14/98 140552 004356 05/14/98 140553 004364 ~ 05/14/98 140554 004367 l' 9.> - CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CHECK REGISTER NAME FEDERAL WAY NEWS MONTGOMERY WATSON AMERICAS INC KEWANNA SCREEN PRINTING INC ODOR CONTROL SERVICE VOLUNTEER LEADERSHIP ALLEN DAVENPORT HUAN LO SIMON WIESENTHAL CENTER KENADAR CORPORATION DON JENSEN KYLE SUMPTER CENTRE AT NORPOINT GREENE-GASAWAY ARCHITECTS PLLC TOTAL CHECKS JOB WAS COMPLETED SUCCESSFULLY ". AMOUNT 24.00 14,999.57 132.07 135.75 25.00 42.00 45.00 170.00 2,460.88 31. 60 249.60 16.00 32,561. 05 2,337,509.16 Y PAGE 11 SUMMARY DESCRIPTION NEWSPAPER ADVERTISEMENTS/SUBSC ENGINEERING CONSULTANT SVCS SCREEN PRINTING-CUSTOM DECALS PEST REMOVAL SERVICES POLICE SUBSCRIPTION RECREATION CLASS SUPPLIES DISTRICT COURT INTERPRETER SVC POLICE TRAINING & SEMINAR SVCS THEATRE GLASS BLOCK INSCRPTNS POLICE SUPPLIES POLICE BUSINESS REIMBURSEMENT RECREATION ADMISSION FEES CELEBRATION PARK CONSULTANT SV MEETING DATE: June 2,1998 ITEM# =- t/ ~) .......................................................................................................................................... CITY OF FEDERAL WAY City Council AGENDA ITEM SUBJECT: Monthly Financial Report .......................................................................................................................................... CATEGORY: BUDGET IMPACT: _X_CONSENT _ORDINANCE _BUSINESS _HEARING _FYI _RESOLUTION _STAFF REPORT _PROCLAMA TION _STUDY SESSION _OTHER Amount Budgeted: $ Expenditure Amt: $ Contingency Reqd: $ .......................................................................................................................................... ATTACHMENTS: Monthly Financial Report .......................................................................................................................................... SUMMARYIBACKGROUND: Month of April 1998 .......................................................................................................................................... CITY COUNCIL COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: Was approved by the Finance Committee at their meeting on May 26, 1998. ...........................................................................................................~...........................~ ~'c C~:ÌI,yV\l\1""'~ "feL~' ;y{ ~ ~.~~ . ~~. ~.~ .~.~ ~ . ~~. ~.~ ~~~ ~~.~.~~ ~ ~ ~ .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .... .... . .. .. ..@.d. ~¡¡¡¿ APPROVED FOR INCLUSION IN COUNCIL PACKET: /!}f) (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: _APPROVED _DENIED _TABLEDIDEFERREDINO ACTION COUNCIL BILL # 1st READING ENACTMENT READ ORDINANCE # RESOLUTION # .......................................................................................................................................... .. -......---------. . --- . ---. M 0 NTHL Y FINANCIAL REPORT FOR APRIL 1998 APPROVAL OF COMMITTEE REPORT Committee Chair: Mary Gates Is;r Committee Member: Jeanne Burbidge k-- Committee Member: Linda Kochmþ - 'C"'--""~--- City of Federal Way April 1998 Monthly Financial Report INTRODUCTION The Monthly Financial Report (MFR) is intended to provide an overview of financial activity that have taken place in tt. reporting period. This report focuses mainly on activity incurred in the operating funds. There is a synopsis of the City's Capital Improvement Funds on pages 16 through 18. The Summary of Sources and Uses (Attachment A) captures financial activity through April for the years 1994 through 1998. Graph1 Fund Balance Composition $10.22 Million Snow & Ice 1.0% Unreserved 14.2% SW M 8.2% P3/lntfnd Loans 3.0% Police 5.9% Strategic Resv 19.6% Designated 0.2% Solid Waste 3.5% ---U_-..""... H Debt Svc 44.4% HIGHLIGHTS THROUGH APRIL, 1998 . Overall, operating revenues of $10,263,592, are above the adopted monthly budget ($9,949,584). . Operating expenditures of $8,616,632 are below the adopted monthly budget ($8,743,941). . The above result in the City's operating funds having a projected increase in fund balance of $441,317 as of the end of April 1998. REVENUES Graph 2 illustrates, through April, a comparison of actual revenue collections versus monthly historical estimates. Attachment A further details operating revenue collections and trends between 1994 and 1998. G ,aoh 2 Ope,ulng Revenue. Actual va Hlato,lc:al Budget e.Um Ue. Through Ap,1I1... sa,ooo,OOO 57,000.000 52 .000.000 51,000,000 56.000,000 55,000.000 54.000,000 53.000,000 5. Tn.. In.or,..' Lie' Por"i'. C he. 'or s... Fin..' F.rt .. '.e '8Eltim.te 8Actual "'.d' '-"~.' "-~~'-"-"~~:L City of Federal Way April 1998 Monthly Financial Report . Overall, operating revenues collected total $10,263,592 which is $314,008 or 3.2% above the historical monthly budget ($9,949,584). Operating revenues have grown $929,792 or 10.0% compared with activity through April 1997 ($9,333,800) due primarily to the utility tax rate increase which was not effective until March, 1997. . Fines and forfeitures collected total $257,860 exceeding budgetary projections by $47,721 or 22.7%. . Revenue being collected by our new Police Department (ie: money/property seizures, mall security, licenses and permits) are exceeding 1997 activity by $1,601. The following describes some of the major revenue sources and the variances that we are reporting. . Sales Tax payments for March total $575,596 which is below the projected budget ($590,311) by $14,715 or 2.5%. Compared to 1997 March, sales tax revenues have decreased $6,951 or 1.2%. . Real estate excise taxes through April, 1998 were $557,975 and are continuing to exceed projections of $310,069 by $247,906 or 22.5%. Compared to April, 1997 ($186,187), they have increased $3,673 or 2.0%. . Criminal Justice Sales Taxes collected was $425,521, which exceeded budgetary projections by $45,711 or 12.0%. . Gambling taxes are below budgetary projections by $3.302, with the total collected at $56,632. . Franchise Fees received totaled $219,689, which exceeded budgetary projections by $15,350 or 7.5%. . State-shared revenues collected are below budgetary projections by $502 or 0.04%. EXPENDITURES Graph 3 illustrates, through April, a comparison of actual expenditures versus monthly historical estimates. Attachment A further details operating expenditure trends between 1994 and 1998. Operating Expenditure. Actua' va Hlsto,lca' Budget E.tlmate. Through April "" $4,500,000 $4,000,000 $3,500,000 $3,000,000 $2,500,000 $2,000,000 $1,500,000 $1.000,000 $500,000 $. Pub Sfly PARCS CD hc. PW "01 Svc. CCIC" Law Dum.. Oobl hc "y '8Budget 8Actual . Total expended was $8,616,632 through April, which is below the monthly historical adopted budget of $8,743,941 by $127,309 consists of savings in Management Services, Community Development and Parks and Recreation and excess expenditures in Civil & Criminal Legal Services, Solid Waste and Dumas Bay Centre. It is anticipated that these departments will either meet projections or stay within their budget as the year progresses. 2 HWO..",--- City of Federal Way Jtpril1998 Monthly Financial Report . Public Safety has expended $3,991,763 which is $38.329 or 1.0% below the monthly adopted budget estimate ($4,030,092). . Parks and Recreation are below monthly adopted budget estimates ($897,980) by $18,471. Compared with 1997 activities, expenditures have increased $57.398 or 7.0%. . Community development has expended $736,212 which is $82,286 or 10.1% below the monthly adopted budget estimate ($818,498). . Public Works has exceeded its budgetary projection ($946,578) by $2,404 or 0.3%. . Dumas Bay Centre operating expenditures total $125,559, which is $4,818 or 4.0% above monthly adopted budget estimate ($120,741). . Solid Waste/Recycling has exceeded its budgetary projection ($57,633) by $16.871 or 29.3%. This is due in part to the on-going implementation of the Multi-family recycling program. This pace is consistent with 1997. In addition, the 1998 grant-funded Compost Bin Distribution project is scheduled for June 13th instead of early fall. . 1998 Asphalt Overlay Program has incurred expenses of $88,155 or 3.8% of it's appropriated budget ($2,295,401). The preliminary streets overlay list went to the March 17. 1998 Council Meeting for approval. The project was bid on May 12. 1998, and M.A. Segole was the low bidder. The project is going to the May 19, 1998 Council Meeting for approval to award the contract in the amount of $1.993,755 to M.A. Segole. Work will begin in late June. CONCLUSION The overall operating revenues for April are above the projected monthly budget, with Fines & Forfeitures, Sales Tax and Utility Tax exceeding monthly budget estimates. The overall operating expenditures are below estimates at this time, with Management Services, Community Development and Parks and Recreation under projections and Solid Waste Recycling, Criminal legal Services and Civil legal Services exceeding projections. It is anticipated that these departmem.. will meet their budget projections as the year progresses. 3 ,.. ,,' ,."..,....._---....v.....~,...~.~<-- City of Federal Way April 1998 Monthly Financial Report Local Retail Sales Tax Table 1 and Graph 4 summarize local retail sales tax revenues. Sales tax collections lag two months, For March sales activities, the City accrues sales tax revenues in April, and the City receives cash in May. At the time this report was prepared, sales tax revenues were not available for April. Attachment A reflects accrued estimates. IUI.RIU SALES TAX REVENUES Much 1996 through .hrch IUS SI,OOO,OOO IISO,OOO .. - - - - - - - - - - - 1100,000 .. .----- Holiday S...on ..- - - - - - - - . saso,ooo - - .. - - - - - .. . - . . - . - saoo,ooo - . . - - - . - - . - S1S0.000 . - . - . - - - - .. - - 5100.000 sno,ooo saoo.OOO SSOO,OOO . . . I I I I I . I ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ I I , j ~ ~~ ~ !!8l ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ i;~ ~ !!8 ì ~ ~ ~; . Through March sales tax proceeds totaled $2,239,512 which is $48,170 or .6% above the adopted budget estimate {$2,191 ,342). Included in January 1997 sales tax revenue was $16,187 for a major retailer that should have been reported in December 1996. . Compared to 1997 March sales tax, revenues have decreased $14,715 or 2.5%. This decrease is due primarily to a major manufacturing company reporting sales tax activity quarterly versus monthly as they did in the past. It is also possible that this company may be relocating it's business. TABLE 1 LOCAL. RETAIL SALES TAX REVENUES 1193 . 1998 fH3 111H 1J111S 1196 1m 1 IIf1B ." "'~ """'" ActuIII ActwI ActwI ACfJU¡ ActuIII .1Judøet . ActwI , V.1ÙIIC8 " V8I'IIItIu January S 849,037 S 870,318 S 862,234 S 883,229 S 1102,478 S 940,317 S P49,276 S 8,959 1.0% FebnJary 579,220 580,171 602,830 1507,790 &40,967 860,714 714,&40 53,926 8.~ March 522,576 500,911 573,687 577,022 582,5"7 590,311 575,596 (14,715) -2.5'" "øriI" 585,809 597,1601 624,667 768,980 860,733 880,245 - 0.0% May 556,790 632,367 599, 1 00 1507,104 669,058 871,827 - 0.0% June 1515,567 603,320 617,531 600,594 657,032 1!68,0466 . 0.0% July 603,765 651,123 676,546 650,423 1!84,702 733,262 0.0% ~II 1519,020 635,050 713,0489 734,368 735,617 721,508 - 0.0% September 809,162 626,974 876,731 652,886 657,100 708,252 0.0% October 627,343 1136,254 11&4,050 1!66,751 687,585 709,512 0.0% November 594,528 618,765 650,583 664,611 793,528 685,778 0.0% December 603,980 11&4,256 60\4,866 623,386 638,862 1!98,938 - 0.0% TDIsII $ 7,-,'Nt $ 7,t06,673 S 1,116,114 S 1,037,143 $ 1,32D,208 S ".,131 $ 2,238,512 $ 48,170 0.'" 8DbI. S8IM $ 876,198,643 $ 105,556,310 $ 842,3t4,524 $ 1156.802,781 $ 190.501,071 S 1,C1O8.228,823 S 266,108.610 S S. 734,548 o,n '---"-""""""--"- --_....-..in_A. 4 . -_..-~-,. City of Federal Way April 1998 Monthly Financial Report Graph 5 illustrates retail sales by industry sector. IWah..I. RETAIL SALES TAX DISTRIBUTION .",or ....I..llry Seclors ....., Tn.. 65.1% s....... 8.5% Co."'uc';o.lCo.".c' .8% W .0""'.' U..ut...u..... Tr...plCo..ooN"1ity 3. % 00""""'.' Fin/I."".., Eo..,. 1.2% 0.... 1.1 % 0-0"'" 50_0"", 10,0"", '0_0"", zo_o"'" '0_0"", '0.0"'" 10.0"", TO.O"", . Retail trade has generated the largest component of sales activity during March (65.1 %) followed by services (9.5%), contract & construction (6.8%), wholesaling (6.3%) and manufacturing (4.4%), Transportation/communication/utility, finance/insurance/real estate, government and other activity generate the remainder of sales tax receipts. Table 2 and Graph 6 compare year-to-date sales tax growth by major industry sector between 1993 and 1998. " . Compared with 1997, sales tax collections have increased $113,521 or 5.5%. Once again when the correction for December 1996 receipts is considered ($16,187), the variance would be an increase of $97,334 or 4.6%. The variances may be due to the timing of when the tax returns are filed. The returns may be filed monthly or quarterly depending on if certain criteria are met. TABLE 2 COMPARISON OF SALES TAX COLLECTIONS BY SIC CODE GROUP ThrouGh Mørch Component 1993 1894 '"5 1996 '"' 1998 CMnge from '"' GrouP ActulIl Actual Actual ActulIl ActulIl Actual 'Cllanll8 " Chanø. etail Trade S 1,352,545 S 1,348,113 $ 1,325,577 $ 1,421,489 $ 1,407,967 $ 1,458,388 S 50,421 3.6 e!Vices 170,787 144,262 167,615 177,648 204,355 212,095 $ 7,740 3.8 onstruclionlContract 123,528 110,138 159,106 122,217 135,922 153,356 S 17,434 12.8' hoIesaling 100,702 110,066 166,314 143,660 108,118 140,916 S 32,799 30.3 ransplCommMili1y 85,159 102,653 88,851 61,067 92.225 88,018 S (4.207) 04.6' t1anuIacturing 73,931 80,091 92,390 85,627 108,701 88,494 S (10.207) .e.4 )!her 11,801 20,309 19,155 17 ,860 23,329 25,067 S 1,738 7.4 inI1ns1ReaI estate 16,709 18,521 18,754 19,301 24,541 26,664 S 2.123 8.7' ikMNnment 15,671 17,247 20,989 9,172 20,834 36,513 S 15,679 75.3' Tot" $ 1,850,833 $ . 1,61,400 $ 2,058,751 Ii 2,068,041 $ 2,125,912 Ii 2,239,512 $ 113,521 5.5 Tuable Sales $ 232,242,024 Ii 232,309.524 Ii 245,on.424 Ii 246,185,360 Ii 253.084,271 Ii 266,608,618 Ii 13,514,348 5.S . Retailing activity has increased by $50,421 or 3.6% compared to 1997 activities. The City has experienced increased revenues overall in the retail sector. . Services have experienced growth of $7,740 when compared to 1997 activity. The 3.8% increase in services is attributable to an increase in activity for automotive repair shops and smaller business and personal service activity. . Construction/Contract activity has increased by $17,434 or 12.8% compared to 1997 activity due to how these companies are reporting sales tax, e.g. monthly versus quarterly. It appears several companies were reporting quarterly in prior years and have changed to reporting monthly. Since construction activity is cyclical, those companies may have changed the way they report year to year based on their activity level. 5 City of Federal Way '-----'-"""" April 199B Monthly Financial Report . Wholesaling related activity has increased by $32,799 or 30.3% when compared to 1997 activity due primarily to increased activity. Manufacturing activity has decreased by $10,207 compared to 1997. The decrease is due to a major manufacturing company reporting sales tax quarterly in 1998 versus monthly in prior years. It is also possible that this company may be relocating it's business. . Government related activity for March was increased by $15,679 or 75.3% compared to 1997 due primarily to an adjustment of $13,300 made as a result of an internal audit of a major governmental agency for the reporting period May, 1997 through March, 1998. . Table 3 details, through March, comparative sales tax activity between 1992 and 1998 segregated by various retail centers including the SeaTac Mall, S 348th retail center and the Pavilion retail center. IiW>ILi SALES TAX GROWTH lIajor Industry Seclorl Change from lIarch 199710 1988 ao.o"", l... 70.0% " f . so.o"", 'i ,[ >0.0"", i ,[ 10.0"", .10.0"'" 'I ,r . . .>0.0"", ~. .so.o"", ' i [-- .70.0"'" " . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - . - - . . - . - . . - - - . . . - 30.3% . - . . - - . - . . - . . - . . - . . . . . . . . . . . . .........-..-..-4.6%..."9.4". . . - . . . . . . . . - . . - . . . - . - - - - . - - - - - - . -to.O% R.,., T..d. S"""" Conl,..tJng Whole..log TCU ".n" 0"" .1 I - . - . . - . - -j I I F"",nolRE 00" . The City's largest retail center, S 348th retail center which generates over 15% of the City's sales tax has experienced a slight decline in March of $3,451 or 1.0% in taxable retail activity as compared with 1997. The SeaTac Mall has a decrease in taxable retail sales through the month of March. Compared with 1997, sales tax collections have decreased $5,706 or 2.0%. After moderate growth between 1991 and 1994, taxable retail sales activity at the mall has steadily slowed since 1994. . . The Pavilion Center has experienced a decline in sales tax collections of $11,421 or 29.1%. . Hotels & Motels activity have decreased $589 or 6.3% through March due mainly to a difference in timing of returns. Group Total 58- ax :0 -.n He I DIOCK " chBnoa from orevious Yf Percønlaae of lolal SeaT8C all " chanas from revious In' Parr:enlaae of lolal lIs or AUtO 581" " t:hanOtI from revious In' Parcantaoe of lolal j 31zmlo j 316m fllOCK " chanoa from )I'IIvio<Js ... ParœnlaOtl of lotal PllYlllOn :enler " t:hanOtI from orevious ... Parr:eniaOtl of lolal Hotala & Molell " chanoa from D"'vious ... Parœnlaoa of lolal 1191 51,660,415 -,o"'~ na 5.8" ~l,ul na 17.5% $51.551 na 3.1" 524,U04 na 1.4" na na na 18.183 na 0.5% TABLE 3 SALES TAX COMPARISON Through M8I'Çh 1992 1193 51.754.3~2 51,850';ã33 $157,300 I $223'J1i' 62.9" 41.9" 9.0% /1.4" $307,066 I Nl8,IIOB 5.5" 3.8% 17.5% 16.3% $58,603 $70.356 13.7% 20.1% 3.3% 3.6% 524,44fT R5,1SB5 1.9% 5.8% 1.4" 1.3% nil na na na na na $7.648 $7.586 -6.5" -0.8" 0.4% 0.4" 1- $1,951,400 ~,"'" 0.1" 11.4" _~1 2-"% 16.7% $80,713 14.7% 4.1" $24,172 -6.6% 1.2% nil na na $5,- -21.1" 0.3% 6 1195 R.058,7~1 _,952 29.8% 14.1% N14,z10 -3.7% 15.3% $79,890 -1.0" 3.9% $24,946 3.2% 1.2% na na na $9,IS1 53.1% 0.4% 1996 ïmã;õ¡; ~ .1.1 " 13.9" NU4,4111 -3.1% 14.7% _,UIIU 19.0" 4.6% $23,277 -6.7% 1.1" _,5B7 na 2. '" $5,575 -39.1% 0.3" 1197 $2,125,992 N;III,771 18.1" 15.9" $291,747 -4.2% 13.7% ßII.22U -5.1% 4.2% ""',lar -13.3% 0.9% N9,z35 na 1.8% $9,290 66.6% 04% 1- $2,239,~12 1'135,326 . -1.0% .. 15.0% 5286,1142 -2.0% 12.8% 5100,895 /1.8% 4.5" 521,1125 4.1% 0.9% $27,814 -29.1% 7.2% 18.701 -6.3% 0.4% Cha- Irom 1197 Change % Change $113,521 5.3% 15:.1,451 .1.1T'Ao ". ns -1.0% -6.0% ($Ií,71Jti) -Z,1T'Ao na na - 7.0% -6.9% 510,675 Il.a-r. na na 0.3" 6.2% 5NII 4.1 na na 0.0% -1.1" (51'1,421) .29.1'1\ na -0.6% $589) ns 0.0% na -32.7% -6.3")\ na -/1.1" "'- City of Federal Way April 1998 Monthly Financial Report Real Estate Excise Tax Graph 7 and Table 4 illustrate collection history for the 1st and 2nd % percent real estate excise taxes. The table and graph both reflect the cyclical variation in this revenue source. The monthly budget estimates are based on historical REET revenues received since incorporation in 1990 through 1997, an eight year period. . REET revenue activity for April has exceeded the adopted budget by $92,895 or 95.8%, continuing the trend we saw in 1997. Compared with 1997 activities, REET revenues through April have increased $42,883 or 8.3%. REAL ESTATE EXCISE TAX ACTIVITY Through AprIl $600.000 $500.000 ë $400,000 ~ $300,000 E c $200.000 $100,000 s- ! ~ S557.17S ! ! 1ft ... : ~ .. ! t '" ! ü % ! TABLE of REAL ESTATE EXCISE TAX REVENUES 1"3-1IN I 1m 1194 1..5 1996 11Ø7 1H1 1H1 Budget Month Actual Actual Actu/II Actual ActUIJ/ -. Actu/II $ VarlanC8 $ VarlanC8 anuary S 80,908 S 65,621 S 52,253 S 70,177 S 94,719 S 51,608 S 119,717 S 68,109 132.0 ebruary 56,212 72,702 63.025 84,096 101,508 57,412 82,116 S 24,704 43.0". larch 78,549 249,510 83,156 105,133 132,678 I 04 ,084 166,282 S 62. 198 59.8' pril" 84,173 102,473 73,850 155,107 186,187 96,965 189,860 $ 12.895 15.8 lay ' 105,092 94,387 73,648 133,203 108,060 92,144 . . O. une ; 167,854 130,113 107,801 133,081 120,432 I 04 ,964 . O. uly I 163,092 96,629 70.258 130,765 231,911 110,936 . - O. uguSI 106,684 97,514 183,599 123,913 181,490 102,366 . O. eplember 100,392 82,804 82,369 180,371 151,333 97.207 . . O.~ lCIober . 146,484 64 ,606 76,809 102,780 216,381 92,638 , O. ovem ber 114,078 65,105 132,917 160,199 188,999 88,613 . . O. I8C8mber ¡ 202,396 93,509 15,366 146,325 163,211 101,063 . O. . Tot8I 1$ 1,405,114 $ 1,214,173 $ 1¡O15,051 $ 1,&2S,150 $ 1,876,101 $ 1,100,000 $ 557,17S $ 247,106 22. IE81. RE Value I $ 281,182,800 $ 242,114.600 $ 211,010,200 $ 305.030,000 $ 375,381,71' $ 220,000,000 $ 111,515,020 $ 4I,581,Z20 State Shared Revenues Table 5 and Graph 8 present a comparison of state shared revenues received through March between 1993 and 1998 by revenue type. Accrued estimates for April are reflected in Attachment A for local criminal justice sales tax, fuel taxes and vehicle license fees. These payments will be received in May for the month of April. TABLES STATE SHARED REVENUES f883 . 1.. IIH13 1IN 1l1li5 1196 1m 1M 'M Budget "- Actual Actual. Actual Ac:1u81 Actual Iiiiiiiiii . Actual $ VMfanC8 $ VIIrlanC8 lor Vahicle Excise Tax S 296,876 $ 329,887 $ 330,289 S 210,901 S 222,358 S 231,089 $ 235,970 $ 4,881 2.1 :ampsr Excise Tax 2,603 2,803 2,820 2,746 2,738 3,228 2,862 (366) .11.3 Iquor Profits Tax 128,216 109,373 100,284 97.958 102,169 105,483 116,124 10,661 10.1 quor Excise Tax 67,016 65.008 61,866 58.264 59,192 54,972 63,000 8.028 14.6 rim Just Low-Pop/DCD 36,913 77,715 90,242 79,612 31,336 24,728 33,620 6.892 27.9 rim Just Hgh Crime 79,796 63,289 68,689 59 ,966 60,000 73,376 13,376 22.3 qualization 181,444 180,474 149,629 103,391 92,810 44,567 92,890 48,323 108.4 .ocaI Crim Just ,. 245,669 258,466 263,671 265,574 309, 1 30 283,185 328,896 45,711 16.1 ueI Tax.. 360,180 393,047 388,747 382,469 373,313 392,291 383,943 (8,348) -2.1 ell Lie F_oo 142,506 147,960 141,187 135,631 151,066 143,869 151,716 7,847 5.5 Total 1.4$1,423 1,844,529 1,512,024 1,405,235 1,404,078 1,343,392 1.480,397 137,005 10.2 Ch8nQe from Drior - -31.1% 12.5% -3.2'Xo .11.7% ~.1% -4.4% 5.3% nla nI . ---"""~aI.......(1""1"71"'" '-"""'-' ---...........'-".'-"-A. 7 City of Federal Way April 1998 Monthly Financial Report · Local criminal justice sales tax to date of $328,896 is exceeding the estimated revenues ($283,185) by $45,711 or 16.1%. · Fuel taxes are lower than budgetary projections through March by $8,348 or 2.1% and vehicle license fees are exceeding projections by $7,847 or 5.5%. ~a_r.~zJ]_~ STATE-SHARED REVENUES E3Veh Lic Fees 1993-1998 MFuelTax $1,800.000 ; $1,600,000 -I r'~Crim inal $1,400,000 Justice $I,200,000 , $1,000,000 I'lEqu&lization $800,000 $600.000 $40O,0O0 I~Liquor $200,000 $- MMVET mm Utility Taxes Table 6 summarizes utility tax revenue collections. Through March utility tax collections total $1,316,872 which is $66,532 or 5.3% above the monthly budget estimate ($1,250,340). This reflects the 5.0% rate which was effective 3/1/97. Since we have only had this revenue source for one year, it is difficult to project the monthly estimates. TABLE 6 UTILrFY TAXES ~Year. to-date (thru March) Revised YTD 1998 Budget Budget Budget Actual $ Variance t % '~aHance E!ectric.(PugetPower) $ 1,753,100 $ 572,966 559,313 $ (13,653)1 -2.4% Gas (Puget Sound Energy) 572,400 251,346 219,376 (31,970) -12.7% Garbage (FW Disposal) 299,700 66,766 74,389 7,623 11.4o/o Cable (Viacom & TCl) 342,000 84,312 109,493 25,181 29.9% Phone 803,400 189,177 241,510 ~2,333 27.7~ Storm Drainage 134,500 11,654 18,486 6,832 58.6°/, Cellular 313,200 71,975 91,581 19,606 27.2% Pagers &Intemet 8,700 2,144 2,724 580 27.1% Total $ 4,227,000 $ 1,,250,340 $ 1,316,872 $ 66,532 5.3% City of Federal Way April 199Þ Monthly Financial Report Building Permit and Plan Check Activity Graph 9 and Table 7 illustrate building permit I zoning fee I plan review fee activity between 1991 and 1998. filuJL.L PERMIT/ZONING/PLAN CHECK FEES Through April 5350,000 $50,000 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - $300,000 1250,000 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - . . . . . . . . . $200,000 - - - - - . - - . - - - - - - - $150,000 $100,000 s- ClEI.ctrlc.1 . Overall, Community Development permits and fees total $198,766 which is $61,860 or 21.4% below the adopted budget estimate ($260,627). . Compared with 1997 activities ($330,149), permit revenues and building fees have decreased $131,383 or 39.8%. Building permit applications are holding steady, but several are currently being reviewed by staff or are waiting for a response from the applicant. We anticipate an increase in revenues once these applications have been processed and permits have been issued. . Building permit fee collections through April total $90,940 which is $33,565 or 27.0% below the adopted budget estimate ($124,505). . Electrical fees have been consistent with budgetary expectations. Collections total $27,553 which is $3,225 or 10.5% below adopted budgetary estimates ($30,778). . Zoning fees collected through April total $17,085 which is $23,517 or 57.9% below the adopted budget estimate ($40,602). . Plan check fees collected during the same period total $63,189 which is below the adopted budget estimate ($64,742) by $1,553 or 2.4%. . Sign code citation fee and sign code permit collections which through April total $3,091 are included with zoning fees. 9 .. .--- --- City of Federal Way April 19:18 Monthly Financial Report TABLE 7 . BUILDING PERIIITSIZONING FEESIPLAN CHECK FEES 1993 - 1998 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1998 Budget Revenue Actulll Actual ActuM ktua' Actual Budget Actual IVlIrlance $ V.,ønce January $ 33,708 $ 36,051 $ 48,383 $ 26,306 $ 59,933 $ 51,292 $ 55 ,439 $ 4,147 8.1% February 39,795 47,671 34,376 44,823 81,164 62,058 33,657 $ (28,401) -45.8"!. March 61,117 52,296 30,950 48,297 95,791 17,879 46,504 $ (31,375) -40.3% April 61,936 63,273 36,508 51,060 93,260 69,397 63,166 $ (6.231) -9.0"!. May 61,353 53,636 65,038 50,280 52,379 72,117 . . O.O"!. June 56,643 39,732 69,015 65,217 57,030 78,766 . - 0.0% July 50,760 36,428 60,208 64,655 50,009 63,850 - O.O"!. August 46,091 42,525 71,299 60,072 56,711 60,804 . 0.0% September 55,870 67,062 58,683 37,509 61,053 70,420 - 0.0% Oc1ober 59,489 38 ,435 60,354 42,402 47,176 58,736 - - O.O"!. November 55,740 70,370 43,435 45,163 32,185 56,403 - - O.O"!. December 57,415 49,954 81,867 49,613 47,978 65,300 . o.o"!. Total $ 639,917 $ 597,433 $ 660,116 $ 585,397 $ 735,269 $ 787,022 $ 198,766 $ (61,860) -21.4% Exp thru April 575,151 529,556 553,401 600,114 668,172 697,217 646,699 na na Recovery Ratio 34.2% 37.6% 27.1% 28.4% 49.4% 37.4% 30.7% na na YTO Recovery Ratio 39.4% 41.6% 39.0% 34.0% 35.7% 37.8% na na na . Building permit related revenues have recovered 30.7% of Community Development operating expenditures which total $646,699. Table 8 presents a synopsis of building permit activity in April for new construction between 1993 and 1998, TABLE . fllJ&DlNG ACTMTY - NEW CONSTRUCTION Thru April Permit Type , tI93 'Sf '995 1996 fllS7 fllSB Residential 048 $ 8.146.216 62 $ 10,160.918 34 $ 5,580.071 46 $ 8.231.655 64 $ 12,139.938 32 $ 5.512,664 Commercial 4 1,689,783 6 5.283,353 5 3.822.775 2 174.723 10 2.412.564 4 3,751.607 Muttj.famiiy 2 522.564 4 10.680,548 Public 3 7.524.134 1 241,000 Mobile Homes 7 52.993 9 76,681 12 1 ()I,957 5 38,089 3 24.240 9 67.276 C118IIge from prior VI' 62 . 17,413,126 80 . 16,284,516 51 ' ',S07,803 53 . """",467 81 . 25,257,210 45 . t,331,541 10 City of Federal Way April ÚJ98 Monthly Financial Report GENERAL FUND District Court Activity District Court filing fees for 1998 are $19.75 for each traffic infraction and $71.61 for all citations filed. In cases where bail or penalty is paid or forfeited, the filing fee is reduced to $3.36. Graph 10 compares district court expenditures and number of cases filed through April between 1992 and 1998. Table 9 presents a monthly trend of municipal court revenues and expenditures between 1994 and 1998. GreDh 10 Court Coate ". Hum ber of Filing. Through Ap,1I $160,000 $140,000 $120,000 11 $100,000 ~ $80,000 ï: u $60,000 140,000 $20,000 $- 1992 1996 1997 1998 1993 1994 1995 I-Court Colts ~Num ber 01 Filings I 5,500 5,000 4,500 4,000 3.500 t = 3,000 !t 0 2,500 I 2,000 " z 1,500 1,000 500 . For the month of April, fines & forfeiture collections total $257,860 which is $47,721 or 22.7% above the monthly estimated revenue ($210,139). . Overall, Criminal Legal Service expenditures total $349,011 which is $20,447 or 6.2% above the monthly estimated budget ($328,564). Because invoice processing for district court services is currently lagging one month, the table below and attached financials reflect an expenditure accrual for April district court services. . "." --""". ",,"" ..»'" " . . I TABLE 9 . CRIMINAL LEGAL SERVICES. Through April Sources! 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 ',"".." Uses Actual Actual Actual Actual Budget Actual $ VarlanCè "~Variance Revenues FInes & Forfeitures $ 185,639 $ 184,651 $ 205,79& $ 159,245 $ 210,139 $ 257,860 $ 47,721 22.7% Expenditures District Court 71,369 66 ,448 98,061 100,470 143,821 143,821 - 0.00/. Witness Fees 3,814 2,022 2,591 1,510 4,158 4,844 (686) -16.5°1c Administrative 48,129 40,506 30,600 42,629 78,803 107,134 (28,331 \ -36.0% Public Defense 65,299 64,252 65,476 58,527 105,654 84,461 21,193 20.10/. Interpreter/Screener 1,063 1,857 5,263 6,120 7,120 8,752 (1,632) -22.9°1c Total $ 195,675 $ 175,084 $ 201,991 $209,256 $ 339,556 $ 349,011 $ (9,455) -"2.;8% Rev Over (Under) Exp (10,036) 9,567 3,805 (50,011) (129,417) (91,151) 38,266 nIa Cases Flied 3,644 3,280 3,711 3,&48 - 4,905 nla nil 11 .."....--.-.-' City of Federal Way April 1998 Monthly Financial Report Public Safety. Law Enforcement and Jail Services Graph 11 compares jail service expenditures and number of bookings filed between 1993 and 1998. Booking costs are associated with registering a prisoner, while maintenance costs reflect expenditures for daily meals and shelter of prisoners. In addition, King County will assess a 10% fee for investigative work. The city was also contracting with Kent for some jail services during 1997, but does not anticipate the need to employ them in 1998. $300,000 Jail Costs vs Bookings -' Maintenance Through April GraDh 11 $50,000 $263,890 6,500 6,000 5,500 5,000 3 4,500 ¡ 4,000 i ë 3,500 ë 3,000 : 2,500 ~ 2,000 ~ 1,500 8 1,000 III 500 $250,000 $200,000 :! . tj $150,000 ë .... $100,000 $- 1992 1993 I 1994 1995 1996 -+-Cases 1997 1998 _Expenditures . Through April, jail service expenditures (including an accrued estimate for March and April) total $263,890. Table 10 presents public safety expenditures between 1994 and 1998. Overall, the 1998 police budget totals $11,646,882 which includes $995,712 for emergency dispatch and $857,700 for jail services. . Total Public Safety expenditures through April total $3,991,764 which is $38,329 or 1.0% below the monthly estimate of $4,030,093. TABLE 10 'PUBUC SAFETY 71Jrou( 'II ADril Sources! 1994 1995 1996 1997 .' 77uu AlJ ril, 1998 .. Uses .Actual ' Actual .Ai:Iria1 Actual Buclœt Actual $ Vafancof " Vafancof Police. KC Contract $2,740,814 $ 2,020,500 $ 2,685,128 $ - $ . $ - $ - nla Administration 53,864 9.290 294,628 2,905,076 851,339 756,955 94,384 11.1% Services - - - - 68,296 79,182 (10,886) -15.go;. Investigations - - - . 525,128 617,928 (92,800) nla Records - - - - 180,180 176,995 3,185 nla Field Operations - - - - 52,149 56,030 (3,881) nla Patrol - - 1,615,594 1,592,141 23,453 nla Traffic - - 134,595 143,530 (8,935) nla Subtotal Law Enforcement 2,794,678 2,029,790 2,979,756 2,905,076 3,427,282 3,422,761 4,521 nIB Comm. & Dispatch - - . 299,338 331,904 305,113 26,791 8.1% Jail Services 247,898 180,154 216,623 330,899 270,907 263,890 7,017 2.1)0;' Total Public Safety $3,042,576 $ 2,209,944 $ 3,196.379 $ 3535,313 $ 4 030.093 $ 3;991,764' $ .38.329 1.0'% 12 - ,- -.-..--- City of Federal Way April 1998 Monthly Financ/al Report Public Safety Cost Comparison - King County Contract .' The following chart and graph depicts a comparison of our Public Safety Department with contracting for services from 1990 to 1998. This comparison is based on net operating costs (after deducting revenues) and some assumptions as noted in the graph. 11.00 Net Cost Comparison 1990 -1998 mill 10.00 9.00 . - . . - . -+- NIl Cool . CIty "*" Oo >t --- NIl ColIs wt King Cou-cy . . - - - . . . - . . - . - . . . . . . - . - - . . - - . - . . - . - - . - - . - - . . . 8.00 . - . - . - . . . - . - . . . - . - - - . . . . - - . 6.00 - . - - . - - . . . - .. . - - . . - - . . - . . - . . - . . 7.00 . - . . - . . - - - . . - - . - . - . - - - - - 5.00 . . . - . - - . . - . - - . - . . - - - . - - - - - . - . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - . - 4.00 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1990(,) 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995(11) 1996 19971')(4) 1998(4) 1998 thruADrI Expenditures: Police Contract 5.115.407 6.485,651 6,326.511 7,639.959 8.224,500 8.088,384 6,364,608 5.806 1.831 . Other Police Services . 909 7.351 5,899 10,701 186,354 2.327,540 8,339.380 9,266,609 3,686,650 Valley Communications . . . 180,758 981,572 995,712 305,113 To'" Expenditures 5,115,407 6,486,560 6,333,862 7,645,858 8,235,201 8,274,738 8,872,905 9,326,758 10,264,152 3,991,763 Revenues: Criminal Justice-High Crime . . . 245.781 272,395 251,666 266,550 292.237 240.000 73.376 Criminal Justice.Low Pop 238,715 162.241 142,785 149.987 44,508 178,918 131,623 128,467 103,324 31,620 Criminal Justice-Contracted Svc . . - . 266.106 205,309 213,960 - . - Copies, Photos. Fingerprints, Permits . . . . - 5,340 '25,937 25.000 9,364 Police Security . - . . . . 12.500 55,992 50,000 13,458 Grants . . . . - . . 812,429 632,658 21.162 State Seizures . . - - . . . 149,667 100.000 16,270 Interest & Miscellaneous . - . . . . 209 6,613 7,500 1,448 To'" Revenues 238715 162,241 142,785 395,769 683 009 635.893 630182 1,471,342 1,158,482 166 698 8ttetCost -cnyPoliceoept 4.876.692 6.324,319 ~,191 on 7.250,090 1.652 192 7;638,845 1.242,723 7855 416 ,9105,670 3~,064 King County Contr8ct Estimate 5,115.407 6,486,560 6,333,862 7,645,858 8.235.201 8,754.018 9,368,135 10,046.598 10,713.993 3.571,331 Revenues: Criminal Justice-High Crime . - . 245,781 272,395 251,666 266.550 292.237 240,000 80.000 Criminal Justice-Low Pop 238,715 162,241 142,785 149,987 44,508 178,918 131,623 128,467 103,324 34,441 Criminal Justice-Contracted Svc /5\ - . . . 266,106 205,309 ' 213,960 218,239 222,604 74.201 To'" Revenues 238.715 162,241 142,785 395.769 583 009 635.893 612133 638,943 565,928 188,843 Net Co8ts w'lÇ.ing County ".876.692 &,324,319 6,191,077 7,250,090 7,652,192 8.118,125 8.756.002 9,407.655 10,148.065 3,382,688 No,..: (,) ,-....--Cilr--_"""- C2) ,.......eo.n,.-".---"'--------""--'- (3) "'7__"""""""__""""....'11"7_"'__""107- ---,... (4) "'7 & ,....... eo.n,. _.... - _...... King c-or - -: QIy - io _... ,... - - (5) ..., & ,... -- .-..0. -- - .-......-....-.....rr.- 13 " City of Federal Way April 1998 Monthly Financial Report Recreation and Cultural Service Programs and Dumas Bay Centre Performance Table 11 summarizes recreation and cultural service and Dumas Bay Centre activity and their related recovery rates. Recreation and cultural services: Revenues total $152,899 or 33.5% of the revised budget ($456,514). Direct program expenditures total $168,489 or 25.4% of the revised budget ($664,134). Recreation fees have recovered 90.7% of direct program costs. Including administrative expenditures totaling $110,638, the overall recovery ratio is 53.5%. The 1998 budgeted recovery rate is 42.5%. Dumas Bay Centre: Operating revenues, total $102,754 or 32.1% of the adopted budget ($319,780). In 1997 the Dumas Bay Centre implemented a Facilities Booking Program which records revenues on an accrual basis. In the past revenues were recorded on a cash basis. Through April unearned revenues relating to 1998 and 1999 activities were $45,268 and $1,982 respectively, which would bring cash basis revenues collected through April to $148,022 or 46.3% of the revised budget. Operating expenditures total $125,452 or 33.1% (excluding one time costs) of the revised budget ($379,107). The Dumas Bay Centre has recovered 81.9% of all operating costs when unearned revenues are not considered. TABLE 11 · RECREATION & CULTURAL SERVICE pROGRAMS AND DUMAS BAY CENTRE PERFORMANCE · Throu~lh April 1998 Pro~lram Bud~let ~ Actual I % Bud~let I Actual I % BUd~let l Actuat ATHLETICS AND SPECIALIZED SERVICES Community Center 26,500 7,653 28.9% 87,247 19,389 22.2% 30.4% 39.5% Senior Services 54,549 14,654 26.9% 66,939 20,854 31.2% 81.5% 70.2% .Special Populations 9,715 4,552 46.9% 47,032 17,343 36.9% 20.7% 26.2% Youth Commission 500 0.0% 2,300 513 22.3% 21.7% Adult Athletics 135,500 65,661 48.5% 110,279 31,365 28.4% 122.9% 209.3% Youth Athletics 57,400 8,697 15.2% 79,789 13,837 17.3% 71.9% 62.9% Aquatics 2,500 0.0% 31,910 374 1.2% 7.8% SUbtOtal $ 286i664 $ 101,217i 35.3% $. 425,496 !'$ 103,685 24,4% 67,4% 97.6~ Administration n/a 206,640 54,625 26.4% 'n/a n/; Total $ 286,664 $ 101,217i 35.3% $ 632,136. $ 158,311 25.0% 45.3% 63.9~ "' COMMUNITY AND CULTURAL SERVICES Arts & Special Events 30,600 8,959 29.3% 47,107 ! 17,539 37.2% 65.0% 51.1~ Community Recreation 123,800 37,062 29.9% 159,031 46,099 29.0% 77.8% 80.4% Red, White & Blue 15,450 2,009 13.0% 32,500 1,166 3.6% 47.5% 172.3% Subtotal $ 169,850 $ .48,030 ~.: 28.3% $ 238.638 $... ~r.64.804 27.2% 7i'2% 74.1% Adminisiration ' . n/a 187,651 56,013 ' '29.8% rVa n/a I : :Total $ 169,850 $ 48,030 28.3% $ 426~89 $ 120,817 :28.3%; 39.8% 39:8% TOTAL RECREATION $ 456,514 tS 149,246I 32.7%I $ 1,058,425 IS 279,128 I 26'4%1 42.5% 53.5% Dumas Bay Centre 319,780 102,754 32.1% 379,107 125,452 33.1% 84.4% 81.9% !P3 n/a 19,004 19,004 100.0% n/a n/a Arts Commission 3,653 n/a 105,255 31,205 29.6% n/a 11.7% GRAND TOTAL $ 776,294 $ 255,653 32.9% $ 1,561,791 $ 454,789 29.1% 49.7*/, 56.2% 14 . .........---""" City of Federal Way April 1998 Monthly Financial Report SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS Community Development Block Grant Fund . The CDBG Fund accounts for the receipt and disbursement of federal grants received through the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). HUD awarded the City a total of $599,149 in 1998. CDBG 1998 adopted budget totals $47,897 (excluding projects managed by KC) of which $24,624 or 51.4% has been expended through the end of April. TABLE 12 CCNM.HTY DEVB.OPNENT BLOCK GRANTS UffHo.DøIe &pencftues Yew Prog Income Program AIIocsIicn 1994 1995 1996 19!11 1998 J . (Recap) I .BSIIn:e ConsoIti~ F\.nds -1ncIrec:t Federal GnrIIs CDBG 1994 372, 554 (88.425) (202,020) (:m) (81,007) - CDBG 1995 3J6,402 (00,718 (106,791) (144,328) 44,!n3 9,371 CDBG 1996 219,943 (92,849) (127,094) - CDBG 1 fm 520,3:>4 (439,312) (36,154) 44,838 CDBG 1998 ð;7,f1ifl (24,624) 23,273 SUHotaI $ 2,548, 1 00 $ $(440,777) $(æ),32O) $(439,312) $(168,952) $ (163,248\ $ (17,372) $71,482 PROJECTS MANAGED BY lONG COLNTY Food Bali<. WaœknJse . 94 70,00> (56,731) (11,889) (1,300) - KG I-bJsing Rehab . 94 26,004 (26,004) - Easter Seal Scx::iety. 95 19,3J6 (9,653) (7,864 (1,789 - Blild .95 20,00> (10,00>\ (9,879\ (121 - Tn:nsitia-ell-bJsirg .95 29,500 (24,Eœ) (4,692) - Blildrg Aen:M1tion . 95 31,500 (13,450) (13,300) 4,670 A:d Repaœ - 95 8,500 (4,250) (4,250 - Shelter to( l-t:meIess . 95 50,00> (25,00» (19,385) 5,615 KG I-bJsing Rehab . 95 125,00> (125,00» - Easter Seal Scx::iety . 96 19,336 (18,986) (350) - Shelter to( I-t:meIss . 96 150,00> (134,00» (13,245) (2,755) - Hçtlline College. 96 3:>,148 3:>,148 KC I-bJsirg Rehab . 96 170,00> (140,106) (29,894\ . KG I-bJsing Rehab - g¡ 170,00> (144,500\ 25,492 AIDS I-bJsirg . g¡ 10,00> 10,00> Easter Seal Scx::iety - g¡ 18,250 (18,00» (250) - 1-bJsi~ A, ~, - g¡ 25,00> (25,00» - Merta! HeaI1h I-bJsira - g¡ 11,183 (11,183) - -g¡ 100,00> 100,00> 01aI1en;¡e Grart . g¡ 50,00> (46,00» 4,00> Uited Cerebral Palsv - g¡ 15,00> 15,00> Easter Seal Society . 96 18,969 18,969 -96 75,00) 75,00) EIdeIHeaIth Comect - 96 10,00> 10,00) Tn:nsitiooall-bJsirg . 96 50,00> 50,00> KG t-bJsirg Rehab. 96 170,00) 170,00) KG t-bJsi~ A, _. - 9B 8,400 8,400 KC t-bJsinn åo 1Ihnrit\, - 9B 10,00) 10,00> KC t-bJsi~ A. ""^"" - 9B 40,00) 40,00) Oireach Alive 20,00) . 20,00> . &b-totaI $ 1,551,916 $ - $(119,084) $(511,543) $(312,638) $ - $ - $ (11,337) $597,314 Total $ 4,100,016 $(272,442) $(559,861) ${711.863} $(751,950) $(168,952) $ (163,248) $ (28,709) $ 674,796 15 ,f ---.u-- City of Federal Way April 1998 Monthly Financial Report Public Works - Contracted Services . Table 13 presents a year-to-date analysis of the Public Works and Surface Water Management (SWM) contracts with King County, WSDOT and private vendors. Expenditure accruals have been made for April activity. Most on-going maintenance takes place during the spring and summer months. :~; , " :i~:':-"'&;. " ;..;¡"ABLE 13 ;1\'" . ',PUBLIC WORKS - CONTRACTED SERVICES Ex nditures ,.n...: ,¡.: ...Bud et" Actual $ 25,000 $ 12,870 1':870 10,000 10,000 350,050 ',J,3('O,O50;' :$ ,< 707,225 85,036 119,367 ~",. % ';" . ". '::~.,: " "." '. 31 32,395 '426;:; 3,344 8,084 86,672 '::::jI,',~'r:98,1~ 183,259 ' 22,033 CAPITAL PROJECTS UPDATE CIP - City Facilities accounts for the Public Safety and Downtown Revitalization capital projects funded with the 1997 GO Bonds. CIP - Parks accounts for the acquisition or construction of major park capital facilities except those facilities financed by proprietary funds. CIP - SWM accounts for major capital facilities associated with managing the existing storm water conveyance systems, regulating the clearing, grading and erosion control phases of new land development, constructing, maintaining and repairing elements of the City's drainage system, and controlling water quality within the system. CIP - Traffic accounts for improvements to existing traffic signals and new signalization. CIP - Streets accounts for improvements of roadways and arterials, including the construction of new street sections, the purchase of right-of-ways, the widening of roadways to provide additional vehicle lanes, and the installation of sidewalks and landscaping. Funding sources include transfers from the SWM Fund ($1,625,223), General Fund ($75,000) and Street CIP Fund ($86,662); interest earnings ($75,000); and beginning fund balance ($1,925,178). Table 14 represents year-to-date expenditures through April 1998. Life-to-date impact fees collected through April 1998 total $1,869,055 which includes interest earnings. Currently, a balance of $294,459 is reserVed for Parks, Traffic, Street and SWM capital improvements projects. 16 City of Federal Way April 199B Monthly Financial Report PROJECT UPDA TE City Facilities: 1) Downtown Revitalization: S. 32Oth Street Downtown Core and Frame Improvements, design concepts for; landscape planters, street tree locations, street lights, pedestrian lights, bus shelters and sidewalks were presented at the April 6, 1998 LUTC for 3, 5, and 7 lane Streets. Based on discussion and input received at the meeting a recommended set of City Center Design Standards were developed and presented at the April 21, 1998 Council meeting for adoption, where they were referred back to LUTC Committee. The standards were taken back to Council on May 5, 1998 and were discussed and approved. Parks: 1) Dumas Bay Civic Theatre: All exterior and interior walls framed, installation of fire protection system, began installation of interior dry wall, wiring and doors; 2) Dumas Bay Centre Parking Lot Addition: Installation of new parking lot lights, power transformer, fire protection and water service; 3) Community and Neighborhood Parks projects are: Lake Killamey Master Plan: SEPAlEnvironmental check list completed, construction scheduled for Summer 1998; Lake Grove School Ball Field Renovation: Project completed; Heritage Woods Park Project completed; Mark Twain Ball Field Renovation: Project completed; 4) BPA Phase II: Completed; 5) BPA Phase lit Parametric Engineering has been selected for design, design and survey has begun, the design phase should be complete December 1998. Open house to be held 5/27/98 at City Hall; 6) Celebration Park: Wetland mitigation work continuing within the BPA Phase I corridor. SWM: 1) Culvert Upgrade and the SeaTac Mall Detention projects Phase I are designed and property acquisition is nearly complete. Project construction scheduled to start June 1998; 2) S 356th Regional Storage Facility construction was completed in November 1997. Contractor is working on punch list items and will be going to Council in June 1998 for acceptance; 3) CIP studies Phase II is underway; 4) Work for SeaTac Mall Phase II design has begun. 85% design completion to Council is anticipated for August 1998. 5) SW 340th Regional Storage Facility design and property acquisition has begun. Project construction is scheduled to start in June, 1998; 6) Starlake RoadlS 272nd Conveyance Improvement has begun design, 85% design completion to Council is anticipated for July, 1998; 7) Annual Programs: Mirror Lake Hydraulic Analysis Study was completed, proposed improvement has been incorporated into the SWM facility plan which is currently under review. Crown Point Storm Line Replacement is under design and construction will start in July, 1998. Emergency repair work was completed in April, 1998. StreetfTraffic: 1) The design contract with HLA Engineers is complete for S. Star Lake Road and Military Road S. signal and the design has started. The survey is complete and the consultant has developed preliminary design plans, 30% of design approved at 5/19/98 Council Meeting; 2) SW 340th St and Hoyt Road SW signal project, Inca Engineers have completed 30% design plans which were reviewed by Public Works and were approved at the 5/19/98 Council Meeting; 3) SW 334th Street and 21st Ave SW signal the scope of work for the contract is under negotiation with Parametrix, property acquired on 2 of 3 parcels; 4) S 356th-SR 99 to 1st Ave project is under final design; working with Parks on the wetland mitigation; right of way acquisition for the PSE parcel is complete and working with Legal on the purchase and sale; 5) 23rd Ave S project (S 317th to S 324th) We have obtained WSDOT to provide Right of Way acquisition services for this project and they have just started appraisals; 6) S 312th St-SR 99 to 23rd Ave S project Of the 27 parcels, 21 are complete. Going to Committee and Council for final design approval and authorization to bid; 7) SR-99 and 5 320th Street Intersection Improvements negotiating scope of work and waiting for ISTEA obligation; 8) The SW 336th Street (from 21st to 26th) Project Final asphalt overlay and channelization in AprillMay; 9) 8th Ave SWand SW Dash Point Road Traffic Signal design is complete and the appeal was denied regarding SEPA. Working with the WSDOT on concerns they have; 10) 14th Avenue SW Sidewalk Improvements from SW 312th Street to Jr. High currently under design; 11) SR-99 Improvements from S 312th Street to S 324th Street negotiating scope of work and waiting for ISTEA obligation; 12) The 30% Design Plans and authorization to acquire right of way was approved by Council on 11/18/97 for the S. 304th Street and Military Road Signal Project. The Open House was held at City Hall on 4/15/98, all comments were positive. 17 ...-.'..-u'" ,.., City of Federal Way Apri/1998 Monthly Financial Report fr,' ":~:;' '~'~[!':':¡', " c, íii":\1/.!."š.'æ!";¡Y"~""i:r~'TABU!.14 "',' "'~;4::":;>'~'-'f:.'t"T','" ' : ~~'(.',{"':~~:"'" 'L,~.. :',.<'"!," ,(iiAM-AiiwRoVElÆNTPROJicrs. :<,:,,_:.~:t.. . ~,;{. : ',;,t:'i,f ~:..r ..' ~1 .. ~" ', ':,'i'I'":,,,; ,";j:',""'-:': c, "' " 19911 '...,19911~ ' . ,':', ,, ?;':"'?'at ,', '" .'" "Protnm " " .-:'¡" , ,I .IftwI8lIBdgt PIIInnetl ." , At:tuIJ/ ., !I ,PIMJtI« " Clp.. 1997 GO Bonds 101 Public Safely 4,805,207 .. nI~ 102 DownICIIMI Revitalization 2.669,813 2.669.813 62,901 2.4% 104 Opportlßly Fin! 33,883 .. .. ole :Ên¡::7Di,Ç;¡;i,¡þtoWâí>~¡;¡:..âõ8ôîíd8' ~903 ClP . PARCS 1 0 1 Open Space Projects 249,706 249,706 0.00/. 108 School Site I~s 19.277 19,277 6,836 35,S"!. 112 Neighborhood Parl<s 87.692 87,692 2.471 2.8"!. 114 Celebration Pari< 7,919,260 7.919,260 54.299 O,7'r. 115 Klahanee Lake Comml.nit)t'Sen Cerier 28,247 28.247 1,018 3.6"!. 116 Steel Lake Improvements 40,000 40 . 000 29,073 72.7", 117 Celebration Park Contingency 250.000 250,000 .. 0.00/. 119 BPA Trail Phase III 249,242 249,242 113 0.00/. 124 Skateboard Pari< 15,727 15,727 179 1.1"!. '-" Clp. SWM 111 Small Capital Projects 386,769 386,769 30,427 7.9% 21 0 Panther lake 11.502 3,000 .. 0.00/. 213 SeaTac Mall Detention 3.436,648 1,850,000 83,430 4.5% 215 34OIh St. Regionaf Storm Detention 1,017.852 1.017.852 17,878 1.80/. 220 336th Kitts Comer 42,954 20, 000 2,476 12.40/. 230 Star1ake RoaG'S 272nd Conveyance 64.164 64,164 307 0.50/. 240 S 356th Regional Storage 563,224 387,847 307,814 79,40/. 310 CIP Studies 54.535 ~ .. 0,00/. - .~. ~ ClP .. Tretrk: 104 SA99 Signal 288th to 304111 10,031 10,031 . 0.00/. 106 21st AIII!Irue 0 SW 325th Signal 105.770 105,770 12.868 12.20/. 108 Dash Point Ad. 0 8Ih Avenue SW 279,719 279,719 31,968 11.40/. 109 Dash Point Ad 0 21st Avenue SW 82.304 82.304 12,422 15.1% 111 Non-motorized CIP Projects 12.990 12,990 .. 0.00/. 113 S 336th 0 SR99 .. Canst, RHTL 502,886 502,886 3.799 0.8"!. 114 Mlitary Ad & Star Lake Signal 180,776 180.776 - 0.00/. 115 SW Campus Dr. Traffic Sig Coord 152,620 152.620 .. .,.¡ R'" ClP . Streets 102 S 356ttVSR99 to 1st Ave. 494,593 65,000 4,685 7.20/. 106 SWS 336th 0 21st \0 27th Ave SW 782,547 182.547 384.885 49.20/. 109 3171h.. 326Ih. 23rd Ave. S 1,021,377 1,021.377 11.094 1.1% 112 S 348tM-5 \0 SR99 26.000 26,000 " 0.00/. 113 312th StJSR99.. 23rd Ave. 1.672.793 1.672.793 37.374 2.20/. 115 Mlitary Ad. S.I286th 10 3O4th Ave 748.376 748.376 17,384 2,30/. 121 373rd I-¥eboS Bridge Rehab 10.824 10,824 .. 0.00/. 122 S 32OIh St. & SR99 173.968 173,968 731 0.40/. 123 21st Ave SW & SW 334111 St. Ped 179.337 179,337 649 0.40/. 124 SW 312th St. & 14th Ave SW Ped 60,000 60.000 .. 0.00/. 125 SW 34OIh St. & Hoyt Ad 58,191 58,191 22,517 38.~ 126 SA 9911T11. S 312th 10 S 324th 109.312 109,312 258 0.2% ~ " Dumas Bay Centre Delened Mainlenence 21,521 21,521 107 0,5-': 102 Civic Theatre 1.731,700 1,731.700 569.592 - 32.30/. 105 Parking l.DI 139,709 139.709 125.075 89.5% ;< ik'it.,.â~ ¡i Overlay Program 2,295,401 2,295,401 88,155 3,80/. .. . fatal 0IhIr .~,.",, ,!::_. :I'~t¡r~~.~:'Î;2ø5.401, i,.."'!i:~:~ ,':i;:or,~.:", ,,' ,: "'155 I~~{;~ QPGrlndTotJI ;~,.J=':"'~~~;',~~:¡ . -~;.~~;; : ,"":i2,,7'lI8,W '~:: ~ ,: ""':25,736,283 ," -" '~" ' .,,~, $ $ ".,', '\<. 1,112,786 'IÍ.!i"'~~',~,,"'i¡c!:""';'7A, 18 . .j City of Federal Way Apri/1998 Monthly Financial Report OTHER STATISTICS Cash and Investments . Total invested balance at the end of April is $45.448,819 which includes $21,477,151 in the State Investment Pool (SIP). The State Investment Pool securities consisted of Repurchase Agreements (41.54%), U.S. Agency Securities (41.21%), U.S. Treasury Securities (5.9%), and Certificates of Deposit (.98%) and Commercial Paper (10.37%). . The average maturity of securities in the portfolio was 132 days. . April's average portfolio net earnings rate was 5.71 %, which is an decrease of .02% from the previous month. . The travel advance account, petty cash/change funds, and investigative funds are $5,000, $3,250, and $4,579 respectively. . Per policy, the basis used by the City to determine whether market yields are being achieved shall be the range between the average six-month U.S. Treasury Bill (5.26%) and the State Investment Pool (5.50%). Table 15 summarizes investment portfolio through April. Table 15 INVESTMENTS Settlement Investment Maturity Yield to Type Date Par Amount Cost Date Maturity Treasury Note 5/16/96 $ 1,000,000 $ 1,002,578 05/15/98 6.13% AQency -FNMA 5/16/96 $ 1,000,000 $ 982,031 03/12/99 5.55% Bankers Acceptance 2/11/98 $ 1,000,000 $ 973,942 8f7/98 5.52% Treasury Note 09/03/96 $ 1,000,000 $ 999,375 8/31/98 6.16% Bankers Acceptance 4/30/98 $ 1,000,000 $ 974,697 10/16/98 5.61% Treasurv Note 2/20/97 $ 1,000,000 $ 985,469 2/15/99 5.78% Treasury Note 4/2/97 $ 1,000,000 $ 1,001,641 4/30/99 6.41% Treasury Note 4/30/98 $ 1,000,000 $ 1 ,008,633 4/30/99 5.60% AQency - FHLB 5/22/97 $ 1,050,000 $ 1,050,483 5/21/99 6.27% Treasury Note 5/22/97 $ 1,000,000 $ 1 ,002,656 5/15/99 6.23% Agency - FNMA 6/4/97 $ 1,000,000 $ 1,011,094 7/13/98 5.94% Treasury Note 6/4/97 $ 1,000,000 $ 1 ,003,594 7/31/98 5.92% Certificate of Deposit 8/8/97 $ 1,000,000 $ 1,000,000 8/10/98 5.93% Treasury Note 8/14/97 $ 1,000,000 $ 1,002,188 9/30/98 5.79% Treasury Note 8/14/97 $ 1,000,000 $ 1,000,859 8/15/99 5.95% FNMA 9/24/97 $ 1,000,000 $ 1,000,690 9/18/98 5.73% FNMA 9/24/97 $ 1,000,000 $ 1,002,381 9/17/99 5.89% FNMA 3/26/98 $ 1,000,000 $ 996,875 3/23/00 5.70% Certificate of Deposit 3/26/98 $ 1,000,000 $ 1,000,000 3/25/99 5.68% Certificate of Deposit 10/23/97 $ 1,000,000 $ 1,000,000 10/19/98 5.93% FNMA 11/14/97 $ 1,000,000 $ 1,000,274 11/12/99 5.80% Banker's Acceptance 12/3/97 $ 1,000,000 $ 973,030 5/27/98 5.81% AQency-FNMA 2/11/98 $ 1,000,000 $ 999,180 2/9/99 5.47% Certificate of Deposit 1/15/98 $ 1,000,000 $ 1,000,000 1/15/99 5.73% Average Maturity -249 Average Yield to Maturity 5.89% Average Yield - 6 mo. T -Bill 5.26% State Investment Pool $ 21,477,151 1 day 5.50% Average Portfolio Maturity & Yield 132 5.71% Total Investments $ 45,448,819 19 ATTACHMENT A - CITY OF FEDERAL WAY SUMMARY OF SOURCES AND USES OPERATING FUNDS Through April 1994 -1998 I Actuals ... 1998 Revised Budget Actuals Variance Through Through Favorable (Unfavorable) Urc8$/US8S 1994 1995 1996 1997 Annual AprH April Dollars ($) Percent (".) Beginning Fund Balance $ 12,181,738 $ 11,403,627 $ 10,331,541 $ 10,396,188 $ 15,128,343 $ 15,128,343 $ 15,128,343 $ . 0.0% Operating Revenues Property Taxes 817,464 871,600 1,606,134 1,548,061 6,410,094 1,465,766 1,465,766 - 0.0% Sales Tax 2,548,564 2,683,418 2,837,021 2,786,424 8,469,131 2,871,587 2,919,757 48,170 1.7% Criminal Justice Sales Tax 344,127 354,148 356,059 402,941 1 ,260,667 379,810 425,521 45,711 12.0% Leasehold Excise Tax - - - 1,250 14,853 1,288 1,443 155 12.1% State-Shared Revenues 1,580,885 1,514,432 1,330,879 1,196,408 4,469,217 1,350,217 1,349,715 (502) 0.0% Real Estate Excise Tax 490,306 272,284 385,616 515,092 1,100,000 426,208 465,080 38,872 9.1% Gambling Taxes 153,779 189,987 157,128 167,035 305,598 59,934 56,632 (3,302) .5.5% Utility Taxes - . 135,770 1,027,592 4,227,186 1,649,371 1,718,692 69,321 4.2% Fines & Forfeitures 185,639 184,651 205,796 159,245 662,224 210,139 257,860 47,721 22.7% Building PermitslFees-CD 199,291 150,217 170,486 328,966 787,112 260,626 201,066 (59,560) .22.9" ROW PermitslFees-PW 61,043 51,986 61,805 51,208 229,910 72,314 56,949 (15,365) -21.2" Licenses 30,097 33,761 31,363 33,045 95,481 31,913 24,356 (7,557) -23.7% Franchise Fees 181,099 186,359 198,457 222,978 420,179 204,339 219,689 15,350 7.5% Recreation Fees 131,657 122,089 131,179 132,298 456,514 135,493 152,899 17,406 12.8% Dumas Bay Centre 24,992 65,393 73,330 74,782 748,649 89,902 99,977 10,075 11.2"-' Interest Earnings 73,110 39,716 54,444 109,046 918,284 107,697 174,709 67,012 62.2"/. Admin Fee-SWM & Solid Waste - SO,128 51,632 54,245 165,989 55,330 55,330 0 O.O"A SWM Fees 295,588 274,822 204,949 407,999 2,943,429 485,544 485 ,544 - 0.0% Refuse Collection Fees 49,612 49,916 48,091 48,350 146,329 49,149 49,109 (40) .0.1% Police . - - 38,939 . - 40,540 40,540 nIl Granls - . 13,095 25,824 476,140 21,162 21,162 - 0.0% Other 32,138 10,456 16388 2072 49,756 21796 21 796 - 0.0% Total Operating Revenues 7,199,391 7,105,363 8,069,622 9,333,800 34,356,742 9,949,584 10,263,592 314,008 3.2% Operating Expenditures City Coundl 96,894 89,078 88,532 96,550 192,955 99,721 99,062 659 0.7°/, City Manager 165,681 121,489 158,284 208,600 532,812 203,415 205,560 (2,145) -1.1% Management Services 369,761 449,511 490,135 472,137 1,958,149 488,162 446,484 41,678 8.5" Civil Legal Services 85,851 129,164 152,843 168,666 489,468 153,406 173,017 (19,611) .12.8% "-rimina! Legal Services 202,884 132,727 245,732 184,945 1,134,837 339,556 349,011 (9,455) .2.8% mm. Developement Services 1,227,264 1,336,363 894,071 927,043 2,810,070 818,498 736,212 82,286 10.1% ,lice Services 2,794,678 2,696,765 2,814,556 3,204,186 10,789,182 3,759,185 3,727,873 31,312 0.8" Jail Services 247,898 180,154 216,623 330,899 857,700 270,907 263,890 7,017 2.6% Parks & Recreation 989.408 891,168 1,022,001 822,111 2,874,260 897,980 879,509 18,471 2.1% Public Works 874,901 631,973 765,710 866,845 3,255,218 946,578 948,982 (2,404) -0.3% City OVerlay Program 234 . 2,745 38,877 2,295,401 88,155 88,155 . O.O"/' Snow & Ice Removal (1) . 23,838 15,490 SO,364 54,738 24,449 24,449 0 0.0"-' Solid Waste 42,383 40,556 49,172 85,746 295,914 57,633 74,505 (16,871) .29.3% Surface Water Management 335,925 350,248 461,464 526,715 1,554,594 473,371 472,180 1,191 0.3% Debt Service 1,101 2,006 3,123 2,183 4,411,190 2,184 2,184 . 0.0% Dumas Bay Centre 57,565 84,348 106,226 124,761 401,228 120,741 125,559 (4,818) -4.0% Non.departmental (2) 25,203 - 25,033 . 2151 456 . . - nla Total Operating Expenditures 7,517631 7,159,388 7.511,740 8,110,628 36 059,171 8,743,941 8,616 632 127,309 1.5% Operating Revenuesover/(under) >~ ...~ ~~""A" ~ ....... ... O¡»ratlng Expenditures ((318,24O .../~(54,Ø2S) 557;882 1,223,172 (1,702,429 1646,960 /441,317 36.6% Other Financing SOurces - - - 112,418 8,104,663 1,843,700 1,843,700 . 0.0% Other Financing Uses 1,435,974 310,713 782,466 269,416 11,755,528 1,378,054 1,378,054 . 0.0";" ! Ending Fund Balance Solid Waste 111,484 188,505 213,050 296,991 370,089 - 263,256 nla nla Snow & Ice - 191,274 103,239 73,358 100,000 - 76,837 nla nla Arterial Street 1,563,848 971,893 362,100 470,902 - - 1,436,121 nla nIl UtUity Tax - - - - 1,019,898 . 1,177,046 nla nIl SWM 2,016,324 1,702,890 1,077,666 1,566,522 840,139 . 1,095,440 nla nIl Path & Trails 29,109 39,284 SO,210 6,153 12,907 - 6,218 nla nIl Strategic Reserve 2,1SO,56O 2,104,645 2,050,477 2,022,389 2,000,000 - 2,003,712 nla nla Debt Service 1,657,809 1,936,991 1,618,909 2,986,805 4,538,155 - 5,482,123 nla nIl Dumas Bay Centre 562,661 157,897 115,131 83,742 . - - 39,739 nla nIl Police - 1,031,439 - 1,082,207 583,861 - 748,150 nla nla P3 . . . 300,000 300,000 - 300 ,000 nla nIl Interfund loans 60,000 10,000 . 10,000 10,000 - 10,000 nIl nla Unreserved 2275,729 2,704 071 4516,175 2563,293 (0 - 4,602 307 nla n/a 'tal Ending Fund Balance $ 10 427 524 $ 11 038 889 $ 10106 957 $ 11 462362 $ 9775049 $16799632 $ 17 240 949 $ 441,311 2.6"-' ate 1: These expenditures occur primarily during the winter months. Nola 2: Indudes contingency, unallocated P3 and vision premiums. 5/211981:29 PM ~ ('t) . I '-> '. " -?\?/-:1} ,- ¡;; PUBUC WORKS DEPARTMENT STREETS DIVISION PROJECT STATUS REPORT " ' ,', . " SPA Tral Phase 111 ('STEA) 2/98 12/98 NlA 6198 1198 NlA NlA this project Is funded for design and partial ROW. Consultant Is Parametrfx, Inc., preliminary alignments determined. Ho1dIng Open House on May 27, 1998 at CouncIl Chambers to go CMtI' alignments up the hHI across from the Aquatic Center. (DesIgn) 346,821 122,478 So 356th Street SR 99 - 1st Ave So (UATA) 10195 12/98 1/96 7/96 12/98 .12/98 NIA This project Is funded for design 'and ROW. P1ans submitted for 90% revIew. Right-of -way acqutsItIon ($57k) nearly complete. WOIIdng on Process 111 ($401<) submittals. Stopping progress on design at 95% complete. Consultant Is HDR EngIneering, lnc. ($467k) Currently evaluating priority of project with respect to other key projects as a part oHhe TIP. ($481,918 TlB+$461,205 City) (DesIgnIRW) 943,100 564,00 23rc1 A venue So So 317th Sf to So 324th (ISTEA and TlA) DøIgn. ROW. and 6193 12/99 NIA &'96 6198 this project Is funded for ROW and construction. P1ans submitted for 95% revIew. Right-of-way acquisitions to be done by WSDOT forces. Consultant Is Entranco. Right. of-way apprøIsaIs haw begun and property ownera being contacted. 3J98 6199 5,087,560 486.560 (DesIgn) - So 3121h Street SR 99 to 23rc1 Ave So (UATA) 404.038 6195 1~1199 NIA 31'96 6196 6196 ~ ThIs project Is funded for ROW and oonstrucIIon. 1 00% DesIgn plans and 8UfhorIz8tIon to bid, ipproII8d at 61181118 LUTC. Current COlt 88tlmate including; De8Ign. RIW, ConstructIon Engineer and ~ Is $4,331,500. Purchase and Sale Agreements In Legal Dept for signature, 5 pen:eIs left. to obtaln 8Igned pun::ha8e and 8aIe agreements. (De8lgn) 6198 4,m,S14 ;, '. " . - "'i:""'" " ;',. So 336th at SR 99 3f96 7198 8198 This project Is funded for desIgn. ROWand construction. 73,438 Improvements from 13th Ave ProJect redefined to extend RHTL to 13th Place So and S to 18th Ave S (old RHTL) wIdening & rechannel1zatlon of 336th east of SR 99 to I 18th Ave S. Offer leIter being presented to an parcels on I (DesIgn) So 336th & SR 99. 100% Design plans and authorization Design. ROW, and 10 bid. approved at 5/18198 LUTC. Constrvctfon MHitary Road South -So. 4f96 12198 Sf96 6197 7/98 7198 8198 This proJect Is funded for design, ROW, and oonstrucIIon. I 704.000 I 122,000 288th to So. 3O4th SEPA Checklist, Shoreline Permit and design almost complete on Intersection of So 3O4th & MHitary Road So. I . Working on right of way ecqulsltlon, one parcel required. I (DesIgn) Design, ROw. and Construction 1998 Asphalt Overlays 1 a.'98 2,310.108 Council approved the street overtay Hst Match 17. 1998. Bid opening on May 12, 1998, MA Segale low bidder. Contract approved by the Council on 5/19198 In the amount of $1.993.735, plus $199.373.52 contingency, In- I (Deslgro'Const) house design $51,000. construction administration I $59,000 and printing $7,000. II "'---- -.- I I I I I I I I -i::. I"""" ..... ..... . ".. 1198 NlA 1198 NlA NlA NlA NlA Consultant Is INCA Englneel'8, lnc., profect on hold for I 1,923.930 I 32,500 ft) Avenue South to 1-5 coordination wlth RTA and ComprehensIve Plan update. I Improvements CIty Center Street Deslgn guIdeIInee approved by CouncIl ~ 515198. 9J U SR 99-80. 312th Street to 8198 12198 8198 ThIs project Is funded for deslgn 0I"ly. Con8uIIant Is CH2M I 774.566 I NlA So. 324th Street Road Hm, Inc., currently working on contract negotiations for Improvements (ISTEA) project design. De: South 320th Street at SR 99 6198 12199 8198 10198 12198 12198 6/99 ThIs project Is funded for design. ROW and construction. I 1,619,100 I NlA Signal Improvements (UATA) Consultant Is CH2M HIlI. Inc., CUIT8OIIy wortdng on contract and ISTEA funded. negotiations for project design. Design, ROw. and Çon$fIUÇtfon ,..: :;- .~. .. ~- t \\ ~ 11211'88 .ç:: 111 1 9-J uJ 14th Ave SW and SW 312th Street Pedestrian Improvement (TIB Ped) 1JS18 12/98 1JS18 7/98 NIA ThIs proJect Is lunded IOf de8Ign, ROWand construction Survey complete working on final design; wID coordinate plans with FW School and FW FIre Dept. 100% design plans and authorization to bid win be taken to 60,000 In-house desIgn 8/98 NIA .' I, '. .\ ~98 YlII98 ~ \ ~ ~ . ,,"'¡r '. "~' . ,. PUBUC WORt 'ARTMENT TRAFFIc. .StON PROJECT STATUS REPORT .~.~~¡::t(~\~ ~~f:;:;;~ t~;}~. , " . """""""'",: f.~;'.;:¡;i':;',p:'PROUECP:Btj 'PROJECT,,'1'I'rLE,¡.!:::¿,~,'.. ~1S, T.,'~",' ":,';,:~*,.OMß,'.:~.'~,:~,~I,'",."...' , , .';' ,";..:iliDA1§ä'¡,: ilbh;;øì'm ' '" 'j~U:.ll ~(Ir Traffic Signal at SW Dash Point Road at 8th Avenue SW DesIgn, ROWand (;QnstrJJcf-'gn 4196 .cI99 6196 1 0196 1197 8/97 12198 ThIs project Is funded for design, ROWand oonstructlon. Contractor has submitted 9S% Plans, SEPA. TlR, SIgnal Warrant Study. WOI1dng with WSOOT on channelization and approval. 385,379 84,679 (Design) Star Lake & Mnltary Road Traffic SIgnal and~ 8/97 12198 NlA 12197 .w8 NlA 9/98 I ThIs project Is funded for deslgn,ROW and construction.. I 1.80,000 I 33,771 Consultant has submitted 30% plans; also received 30% (Design) design approval at May 19,1998 CouncIl. ;; "'""-"""'" -- ROW .... . I 381,000 I 83,900 oonstructlon. Consultant has submitted 30% plans; also (DesIgn) received 30% design approval at May 19, 1998 Council. Hoyt & SW 34Oth Street Traffic SIgnal DesIgn. ROw. and ~ 8/97 10199 NlA 12197 .w8 NlA SW 334th 51 02181 Ave SW Pedestrian Signal D!1$km Pbase 8/98 10199 NlA NlA 7/98 1198 3199 ThIs project Ie funded for deeIgn, ROW and oonstructlon. NegotIaUng ROW for one parcel. Processing design contrect with Parametrlx. 180,000 19,1180 " . :, Sea Tec Mall Basin Drainage Improvements Phase I IDesignlROW ¡Construction) See Tec Mell Basin Drainage Improvements Phase II IDesignlROW ¡Construction) Sea Tac Mall Basin Drainage Improvements Phase /II IDesignlR OW ¡Constructionl {: f"t\ I 9.> ~ 9/95 Design Phase I 10/96 Design Phase II 10/96 Design Phase III ~", '. ..' PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT SURFACE WATER MANAGEMENT DMSION PROJECT STATUS REPORT - n"¡"'~~~;;f¡¡III!\1Ii!!ØìI!'1'1,~" '-', -- - ','-" -; -",,:;,- ,ES11MA T'ED'f)ROJECT'PUASE START', 10/98 Construction Phase I 12/99 Construction Phase II 12/99 Construction Phase III -~- t:, ..~'I-;, I--'~' g- ,Hi" e: !,,' -:)-'", - ' ~ MIA MIA NIA - 1117 8117 1185 7117 7117 8/88 2187 2/87 ti ã !i', -~ ~ ,;'\ 8197 4/8W 4/88 _..,:~:-"-'- :.;;7¡'-' c-,~.~~,'l>' ;',;0:."'- " . .' "'-;:: -, - - .: Jaff Pratt. Surface Water Manager - - ,--, ',- -,-" , -- -' PROJECT STATUS' ADOPTED , PROJECT ,BUDGET ---;( ":1:" IflR This phase of the project is funded for design. right of way acquisition. and construction. The Design of Phase I of this project. The Belmor Regional Detention Facility. was started In September 1995. construction on this Phase is scheduled to start in 1998. NIA This phase of the project Is funded for design. right of way acquIsitIon. end construction. The Design of Phase II of this project. Sea Tac Mall pipe replacement. is scheduled to start late 1997 with project construction to start in 1999. N'A This phase of the project is funded for design. right of way acquisition. and construction. The Design of Phase III of this project. Sea Tac Mall pipe replacement. is scheduled to start late 1997 with roject construction to start in 1999. II 1.841.248 2.340.043 500.000 BUDGET AMOUNT ENCUMB 457.518 IDesign. and Construction Management! 291.200 IDesign) 78.800 (Design) -. ,.:j~ROJE~%¥::'~ ~~>;- ç-~. -.-- SW 340th Regiona' Storage FacilitY IDeslQnlR OW/Construction) 1/98 10/98 Construction :, ~'-- ; '1- -,. ,'.0" -:. HIA 3/18 3/18 I/8B ::;;;' I :'i'. -'~' ,.~- ¡r¡ :0; 8188 Star Lake Basm Drainage 1/1/98 I 12/2001 I 1/88 I 1/88 l:un 1MB I Il1OO I HIA Improvements Prelim. Construction I Design/l"i OW IConstruction) Design So. 3561h Street Regional 3/95/ 12/97 I H/A I 3/18 l:ws I 1185 I 8187 I M8 Storage Facility Final Construction IDesignlR OW IConstruction) Design SW 336m Detention Modification IDesignlR a W!Constructionl So. 33Gth I Kitts Corner Regional Storage Facilily IMonitoring) -\::. f1"' , )..) ~ 4/96 Prelim. Design 1/94 Prelim. Design 11/97 Construction 12/96 Construction 4/88 8188 U/Il U/Il H/A HIA H/A H/A 11117 HIA , '-;-"";1i~ .. --:,~;,-;\¡,¡; -"-' : ".'-;-,.i\:i ::-,j~~~;,;~j~~¡~:;~;,' . HIA This project is funded for design, right of way acquisition. and construction. The Design of this project was staRed In rebmary 1998. Construction on this proJcct ic; scheduled to start in June 1998. Thft Prr.hnllnary Design of this project was started in January 1998. construction on this project is not scheduled to stan until June 2001. Project was completed early 1998. Council acceptance of the completed project is Scheduled June 1998. The remaining work is required for the compliance with the project Mitigation and Monitoring Plan. H'A Project was completed late 1997. Council acceptance of the completed ,'reject is Scheduled in June 1998. IIq7 Project was completed early 1996. COllncil accepted the completed project in March 1997. The remaining wor~ is required for the compliance with the project Mitigation and Monit~'plan. 2 II 1.017.000 64,163 3.576.753 149.114 62,533 15 years Monitoring) '-~!'~¡1Jt1(l-!'f;'-~- ~.-; . .""",~¡_., BUDOËT- ',; MJlQUNT ENCUMD I!R.ß01 IDesiRn) 61.408 IDesign) 3.350.557 IDesign. ROW Acquisition. and Construction) 149.114 IDesign. ROW ACClUlsition, and Construction) 20,000 Panther lake (Monitoring) 9/93 HIA HIA HIA 5/95 Construction HIA HIA l2/8e Project was completed earty 1995. Council accepted the completed project In September 1995. The remaining work Is requIred for the compliance wIth the project Mitigation and Monitoring Plan. This project was split Into two phases: Phase I was the SWM Comprehensive Plan which was completed In-house In 1995. KCM Inc. Is under contract with the City for completion of Phèse II SWM Program Implementation Strategy and Regulatory Development. Estimated completion date for Phase II is late 1998. CIP StUdies 3/95 Phase I NIl. NIl. HIA 12/98 Phase II HIA HIA NIl. Annual Programs 1/98 12/98 NIl. HIA HIA HIA HIA HIA The annual programs are used to correct deficiencies posing hazards In major conveyance systems, solve minor localized flooding problems improving water quality and habitat, reduce the liability aspects of publicly owned RID facilitIes, and restore lost functions and values of City's many streams and lakes. Each year a list of projects Is developed for each of the following programs: . Minor CIP - . RID Retrofit . Lake &. Steam - WQ Improvement Projects The 1998 projects list Is under development at this time. " "k \ ~ '-.J " '- -...>.""",' -"'. 16,198 (5 years Monltorl.,g 91,550 110,336 44,134 33,101 115,892 4,398 55,000 Undetermined at this time .ta~'Wi"'~~ ' " ¡~'f:~':Y'I"" ""'~~~r...~:: , .,': ,...' ," , ":-:r:~:'l-., ",' , , ': '", , ';.~ ;~~ ,) . ~.~~~ ;',; ":¡', -' "- ."~::7':~ :;\\.1'i:'~ ,:{J~:~¡ "~:h . ^ ..' ".:'" MEETING DATE: June 2, 1998 ITEM# ~ c;;e ) """""""""'."""."""""'..."""'..""".."".'".........................................,................................................................................,.................................... .............",................................ CITY OF FEDERAL WAY City Council AGENDA ITEM ....~ y ~.J ~. ç.!..;... ç. ~.! ~.Þ.!:". ~!! ~ ~ .. ~ ~ !:". ~... ~ P.~!. !.~... ¥.! ~! ~...~ ~ g~!! ~ g ..!~..!~...~.~. ~ !.!!.................. ........,..... ............." CATEGORY: BUDGET IMPACT: _X_CONSENT _ORDINANCE _BUSINESS _HEARING _FYI _RESOL UTI ON _STAFF REPORT _PROCLAMA TION _STUDY SESSION _OTHER Amount Budgeted: $ Expenditure Amt: $ Contingency Reqd: $ ........................................................................""""""""""""""""""".""""""""""""'.""""."""""..................................................................,................ ................................., ....~ :r.:r~.. çJ!~ N:r.§.;......~.~.!!.?E..!9.']Eß~.~~. M ~ >'....~.~!.} 2~. ~... ..........,... ...............". ...",............... .........................., ........................,. """"""'" ........ ...... ....... SUMMARYIBACKGROUND: On April 22, 1998, the City advertised for public bids for supply and delivery of 323 sports field lighting luminaires to be mounted on 34 poles for Celebration Park. On May 6, three bids were received as follows: Amaya Electric, Alternate Submittal "Hubbell Lighting System" North Coast Electric Co., Alternate Submittal "Hubbell Lighting System" Musco Sports Lighting, Inc. $446,986.74 $348,543.01 $396,804.85 Staff reviewed the bid submittals and the lowest responsive responsible bidder is Musco Sports Lighting in the amount of $396,804.85. Musco Sports Lighting met all of the bid requirements. Amaya Electric and North Coast Electric submitted bid alternates, which did not meet the intent of the bid specifications. Staff recommends awarding the sports field lighting bid to ....M. !!.~~~.. §P..?~~. !:-Ü~.~ ~~!?-.g:. """""" ........ ..........................,.. ............................". ""'.""""""""""""""""""""""'" """"""""""""" ..... """".""""'" ............",.. ............ ..".... CITY COUNCIL COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: On May 27, the Parks, Recreation, Human Services and Public Safety Council Committee passed a motion to approve awarding the Celebration Park sports field lighting ....~i ~..~~.. ~~~~.~..~P'~~~..!:.~g.~.!!.~.g:....................... ............. ...........,........... ....... ..................................... ............................~..:............. ............ ........... .... """""" ... ~ ~.. ~. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~... ~.. ~ ~ ~ 6. ~.... -....... -.. -...... APPROVED FOR INCLUSION IN COUNCIL PACKET:~ (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: _APPROVED _DENIED _TABLEDIDEFERREDINO ACTION COUNCIL BILL # 1st Reading Enactment Reading ORDINANCE # RESOLUTION # I:\COVERCC-5/14l96 Item 5B CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL PARKS, RECREATION, HUMAN SERVICES & PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE Date: May 19, 1998 From: Jon Jainga, Parks Planning and Development Manager Subject: Sports Field Lighting at Celebration Park RFB 98-106 Background: On April 22, 1998 the City advertised for public bids for supply and delivery of, 323 Sports Field Lighting Luminaires to be mounted on 34 poles for Celebration Park. [171 luminaires mounted on 20 poles for lighting four softball/little league fields and 152 luminaires mounted on 14 poles for lighting four soccer fields.]. On May 6, 1998 the City received three bids for RFB 98-106. Amaya Electric, Alternate Submittal "Hubbel1 Lighting System" $446,986.74 North Coast Electric Co., Alternate Submittal "Hubbell Lighting System" $348,543.01 Musco Sports Lighting Inc. $396,804.85 Staff has reviewed the bid submittal and the lowest responsive responsible bid submitted is Musco Sports Lighting Inc. in the amount of $396,804.85. Musco Sports Lighting met all of the bid requirements. Amaya Electric and North Coast Electric submitted bid alternates, which did not meet the intent of the bid specifications. Staff recommends to award the supply and delivery of the sports field lighting for Celebration Park, RFB 98-106 to Musco Sports Lighting Inc. Committee Recommendation: Motion to award the supply and delivery of the sports field lighting for Celebration Park to Musco Sports Lighting, Inc. \ -næ..y - ~/>{d-<- ~ (!hmtLr Committee Member MEETING DATE: June 2,1998 ITEM# ::ce- c;~) """""""""'........................................,.......................""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""",'00.",......................................................,.......................... ............. CITY OF FEDERAL WAY City Council AGENDA ITEM SUBJECT: South 312th Street, from SR 99 to 23rd Avenue South .... """" ......."...... ""'00'" ¥.~~.~.P?~§.~g~..~P P ~.~.Y.~L~~.~.A..~ ~~~~~~~~~g.~.. ~~..~.~~.................. ..." ..................................................,... ...... ................" CATEGORY: BUDGET IMPACT: -X CONSENT _ORDINANCE _B USINESS _HEARING _FYI _RESOLUTION _STAFF REPORT _PROCLAMA TION _STUDY SESSION _OTHER Amount Budgeted: $ Expenditure Amt: $ Contingency Reqd: $ ...................................................................,...................."'00"""""""""""""""""""""""""""""'00...........00...'"""",,.................................................... ....................".... ATTACHMENTS: 1. Memorandum to the May 18,1998 meeting of Land Use and Transportation Committee 2. Memorandum to the May 18,1998 meeting of the Land Use and Transportation ......... ......... ........ ........ ........... ................. ç9, !E:~~~.~ ~~.'.. ~~~.~!.!.~~ g.P' ~9,J ~~~5g.~~.~..~~~. p'~9,J ~~q~~ ~~g 8.:..... ........ ...". .."............ .............".......... ....... SUMMARYIBACKGROUND: The South 312th Street Improvement Project from SR 99 to 23rd Avenue South is financed by a Transportation Improvement Board (Till) grant and the 1995 voter approved bond issue. The project widens the road from 2/3 lanes to 5 lanes, installs 12 foot sidewalks, street trees, landscaping, decorative lighting and traffic signals at 20th A venue South and 23rd A venue South. The project design is complete and the project will be bid in June of 1998. We have reached agreement on property costs for all parcels except one, which is potentially contaminated and we are only acquiring an easement. The project will not be awarded until the right of way is secured or until appropriate provisions are in place to define costs associated with the remaining right of way and timing availability of said right of way. The 100% design and construction cost estimates were presented at the Land Use and Transportation Committee's May 19, 1998 meeting. Project costs are within the approved budget. Please refer to the .., ~ ~.~~~ Þ.!E: ~ g ~ f?~.. ~þ. ~. p !.<?J ~.~ ~.~. ~ ~ ~ ~ ..~~ ~. p. ~ 9,J ~.~ ~ . f~~ ~~n.g:.... 00 """"""""""""'" 00""""""""""...'00..""""""""""""""""" 00""""""" 00.. 00............ 00 . CITY COUNCIL COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: At its May 18, 1998, the Land Use and Transportation Committee approved and forwarded the following items to the June 2, 1998 Council Consent Agenda for approval: 1. Approve the final design plans for the South 312th Street Improvement Project from SR 99 to 23rd A venue South. 2. Authorize staff to proceed with bidding the project. Bids will be brought directly to Council for award of the construction contract if bids received are within budget and right of way "" no.... ....... ... """""""" )!?hil.P'P'XgPf-Á il..~~JY...$.~.Ç,y'[~.Q.: """""""'00"'00'" ......................." ...... """"""""""""""'""""""""""..00.......00............ .... ......... ...00............... """"""""""............................................,.........................................................................~.......................~................................... CITY MANAGER RECOMMENDA TION, ~-r . ~7ff:. tJL . / """"""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""".....................................................................,..............................................................~........................... ........ APPROVED FOR INCLUSION IN COUNCIL PACKET: ~ (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: _APPROVED _DENIED - T ABLEDID EFERRED/N 0 A CTI 0 N COUNCIL BILL # 1st Reading Enactment Reading ORDINANCE # RESOLUTION # k:\council\agdbills\1998\s312bid.mem r.....-...."'~.,(.'.'...'.>"..~,.'.', " .-,;,- .{{ ¡ , ~." , :' 'ft , . '~~... ~, <0 ¡., . " f' ~ ". ~ ~, " ,is. ¡ ¡~; ;t " " ',l"; ':' CITY OF - _8- ~r-.~..,.~ ' - . , ~ E;;;".8 ~ '-- ~~~ DATE: May 14, 1998 TO: Phil Watkins, Chair Land Use and Transportation Committee \ /~ f\. Ken Miller, Street Systems Manager t-1..., ~ FROM: . . SUBJECT: South 312th Street, from SR 99 to 23rd Avenue South 100% Design Approval and Authorization to Bid BACKGROUND The South 312th Street Improvement Project from SR 99 to 23rd Avenue South is financed by a Transportation Improvement Board (TIB) grant and the 1995 voter approved bond issue. The project widens the road from 213 lanes to 5 lanes, installs 12 foot sidewalks, street trees, landscaping, decorative lighting and traffic signals at 20th Avenue South and 23rd A venue South. The project design is complete and the project is proposed to be bid in conjunction with securing the remaining right of way. We have reached agreement on property costs for all parcels except one, which is potentially contaminated and we are only acquiring an easement. The project will not be awarded until the right of way is secured or until appropriate provisions are in place to define costs associated with the remaining right of way and timing availability of said right of way. The 100% complete project plans and budget will be presented to the Committee at the May 18, 1998 meeting. RECOMMENDATION Place the following items on the June 2, 1998 Council Consent Agenda for approval: 1. Approve the final design plans for the South 312th Street Improvement Project from SR 9-9 to 23rd Avenue South. 2. Authorize staff to proceed with bidding the project. Bids will be brought directly to Council for award of the construction contract if bids received are within budget. k:\JUIC\I998\s312bid,mem .. CITY OF - -- 8_- 1æC~ ~~ FlY DATE: May 18, 1998 TO: Phil Watkins, Chair Land Use ana Transportation Committee FROM: Ken Miller, Street Systems Manager ~ SUBJECT: South 312th Street, SR 99 to 23rd A venue South, Road Improvements 100% Design and Authorization to Bid Backeround Following are the 100% design and construction cost estimates for the South 312th Street, SR-99 to 23rd Avenue South, Project. Design costs for the project are within budget. Project Costs Total $ 680,000 475,000 6,500 2,860,000 250,000 100,000 40,000 20.000 $4,331,500 Right of Way Design Special Studies Construction (including contingency) Construction Administration Utilities (US West, PSE) Project Administration Printing/ Advertising Project Funding Total Funds Available $ 1,022,665 120,642 557,774 3.076.533 . . $ 4,777,614 1995 Voter Approved Bond Issue Mitigation Funds Street and Arterial Funds TIB Funds. . Based on 80% reimbursement of eligible costs. Maximum 3 % of project construction costs can be used toward landscaping, sidewalks, and lighting. " KM:jg k:\streets\312cost MEETING DATE: June 2, 1998 ITEM# ~ ..................................."......................................................................................................................................".""""""""""""'.............. ..........................................,... CITY OF FEDERAL WAY City Council AGENDA ITEM SUBJECT: South 336th Street, 13th A venue South to 18th A venue South Street Widening ....................... ....... .......¥~~.~tP'~.~.~.g~..Ap'p'~g.y'~~ .~~.~..~.~~~~~~.~~~~.~.~..~~..~.~~.............................................., ...............................,............... ....... CATEGORY: BUDGET IMPACT: -X CONSENT _ORDINANCE _BUSINESS _HEARING _FYI _RESOLUTION _STAFF REPORT _PROCLAMA TION _STUDY SESSION _OTHER Amount Budgeted: $ Expenditure Amt: $ Contingency Reqd: $ .........................................................................................,........................................................................................."....""""""""""""""" """""""""""""""""""""" ATTACHMENTS: 1. Memorandum to the May 18, 1998 meeting of the Land Use and Transportation Committee 2. Memorandum to the May 18,1998 meeting of the Land Use and Transportation ....., "'" ......... --........., --....... """""""""'" f.9. ~~A~.!~~.'.ß.~~.~m~ K P!9.J ~~~..~g.~ ~.~. ~~~. P!9.j.~~U~~~~.~.g......... ......... .............................., ....., ............,. SUMMARYIBACKGROUND: The South 336th at SR99 Right Hand Turn Lane Project was funded as a part of the 1995 voter-approved bond issue. Currently, South 336th Street has no left turn lane east of SR 99 and four lanes west of the intersection of SR 99. Due to the heavy westbound left turn movement and traffic volumes, there are traffic backups, congestion and accidents. The Bond Issue Project was described as adding a 150-175 foot eastbound right hand turn lane and on February 25, 1997, Council approved expanding the project to include a westbound left turn lane and extending the additional right hand turn lane on South 336th Street to 13th A venue South. The project design is complete and the project will bid as soon as all of the right of way is secured. We have acquired one of the four parcels required to construct the project. The remaining three parcels required as a part of the project expansion are under negotiations. The 100% design and construction cost estimates were presented at the Land Use and Transportation Committee's May 19, 1998 meeting. Since the 30% design approval and project expansion, design costs have increased $9,000.00, right of way has increased by approximately $24,000.00 and construction has increased by approximately $150,500.00 for a total of $183,500.00. This project shortfall can be funded by savings in ..S Q ~ p) ~.~ ~ g.J? 9. ~ g. P! 9 j ~.ç, ~~: ....:e! ~ ~.~ ~.. ~~.f ~ P 9. Jh~.. ~ g~Ç, h~. g.. ~.~ JP: Q.f C? ~..~ ~.~j'p} ~ ~.~ g. I? r~ j ~.çJ ~ Q g ~ ..~~ Q ..f~P. 4i gK........ "" ......-- ..........................................................................,.. ...................................".................................................... """"""""'."""""""""""""""""""""""""""""" CITY COUNCIL COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: At its May 18,1998 meeting, the Land Use and Transportation Committee approved and forwarded the following items to the June 2, 1998 Council Consent Agenda for approval: 1. Approve the final design plans for the South 336th Street, 13th A venue South to 18th A venue South, Street Widening Project. 2. Authorize staff to proceed with bidding the project. Bids will be brought directly to the City Council for award of the construction contract if bids received are within budget. 3. Approve transferring $183,500.00 from completed bond projects to fund the South 336th Street .....,........ ..., ...~~~J~~~.. ~ ~ ~~f~~.:............... .......,........ ...... """""""""~:;K""~"'T&;~~""""""""""""""1"""'" ...... ......... ;;~:::~::~~:~;~~~~~¡~;~~~;:2iíW.....Ifi~A~m m.. (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: _APPROVED _DENIED _TABLEDIDEFERRED/NO ACTION k:\council\agdbills\ 1998\336th@99.bid COUNCIL BILL # 1st Reading Enactment Reading ORDINANCE # RESOLUTION # I ~ I . ¡Ii< :1 ... ::¡¡- ., '-' '.~ -- .,....~ ""!'f " .' .. . DATE: May 13, 1998 TO: Phil Watkins, Chair Land Useffransportation Committee '?~ FROM: Ken Miller, Street Systems Manager SUBJECT: South 336th Street, 13th Avenue South to 18th Avenue South Street Widening Project; 100% Design Approval and Authorization to Bid . . BACKGROUND The South 336th at SR99 Right Hand Turn Lane Project was funded as a part of the 1995 voter- approved bond issue. Currently, South 336th Street has no left turn lane east of SR 99 and four lanes west of the intersection of SR 99. Due to the heavy westbound left turn movement and traffic volumes, there are traffic backups, congestion and accidents. The Bond Issue Project was described as adding a 150-175 foot eastbound right hand turn lane and on February 25, 1997 Council approved expanding the project to include a westbound left turn lane and extending the additional right hand turn lane on South 336th Street to 13th A venue South. The project design is complete and the project will bid as soon as all of the right of way is secured. We have acquired one of the four parcels required to construct the project. The remaining three parcels required as a part of the project expansion are under negotiations. The 100% complete project plans and budget will be presented to the Committee at the May 18, 1998 meeting. RECOMMENDATION Place the following items on the June 2, 1998 Council Consent Agenda for approval: 1. Approve the final design plans for the South 336th Street, 13th Avenue South to 18th Avenue South, Street Widening Project. 2. Authorize staff to proceed with bidding the project. Bids will be brought directly to the City Council for award of the construction contract if bids received are within budget. K1\1:jg k:\JulC\I998\336th@99.bid DATE: May 18, 1998 TO: Phil Watkins, Chair Land Use and Transportation Committee Ken Miller, Street Systems Manager ~t-'\. FROM: SUBJECT: So 336th, 13th Avenue So to 18th Avenue So Road Improvements 100% Design and Authorization to Bid Background The following is a comparison of the costs used in February 1997 at the 30% design approval stage to request funds for the expanded project versus the fmal engineers estimate, or 100% design approval stage, for the expanded project. WuJening and Rechannelization of South 336th Street East of SR-99 Change 1997 1998 in Cost Right of Way $20,000 $58,000 +$38,000 Design 4,000 5,000 + 1,000 Construction Costs (inc. cont.) 88,000 127,000 + 39,000 Construction Administration 8.000 8.000 N/C East Side Total $120,000 $198,000 + $78,000 650-foot Eastbound Right Hand Turn Lane Change 1997 1998 in Cost Right of Way 91,$)0 $77,000 - $14,000 Design 41,000 49,000 + 8,000 Construction (inc. cont-.) 222,500 334,000 + 111,500 Trent Miller 8,000 8,000 N/C Printing, Ad 7,500 7,500 N/C ---- Construction Administration $ 20.000 $ 20.000 N/C West Side Total $390,000 $495,500 $105,500 The total dollars presented to the LUTC in February 1998 versus today's estimate are: Project Total $510,000 $693,500 + $183,500 Due to the number of complaints and safety concerns caused by the misalignment of the lanes and very high traffic volumes, the decision was made to request that the Council enlarge the project to address these concerns as a part of the right hand turn work. The estimate prepared for the 1997 LUTC meeting was based on adding a westbound left turn lane through minor widening and striping on the east side of SR-99 at the 30% design stage. We have now completed design and have a fmal engineer's estimate. The above table shows that the project as designed is $183,500 over the budget authorized. The reasons for this increase include: Right of Way: There was a $24,000 increase in Right of Way costs. The original estimate did not use a large enough area and the estimated per square foot cost for property was less than the appraised value developed by the appraiser. Design: The design costs are increased by $9,000. This includes extra costs for the required additional Environmental Site Analysis which was omitted from the 1997 estimate. There was also some additional design work required by a change in the approach to stonn drainage water quality treatment. Construction Cost: There is an increase of $150,500 in the construction costs. During the preliminary design phase some items were omitted that became necessary as design progressed. These items include an additional traffic signal pole and traffic loops on SR-99; utility relocation costs; water quality treatment vault costs; additional existing pavement was discovered to be distressed and needed to be replaced; a small rockery was needed and fmally construction costs have risen since the 1997 estimate was prepared. Recommendation There are a couple ways to address this increase in costs. First, the length of the eastbound right hand turn lane could be reduced by 350 LF, saving approximately $43,750 ($125/LF) which in turn would reduce the increase from $183,500 to $139,750. Although this option would reduce the overrun, even with completely eliminating the right hand turn lane, there would still be an overrun due to the required safety improvements on the east side of the intersection. A second option would be to transfer funds saved on other completed bond issue projects to cover the overrun and to build the project as presented. We feel that with the savings in the completed bond projects, there are sufficient funds to cover the project shortfall of $183,500 from the 21st Avenue SW and SW 325th Street Improvements; 21st Avenue SW and SW Dash Point Road Traffic Signal; and the soon to be completed SW 336th Street from 21st Ave to 26th Place SW. KM:jg K:\Iutc\l998\lOO%336.bid ...~~.!.~~..!?~~.:..~~.~..~~...!??.~ ........................................................!.~~~ ...............x& ..2..................... ......,..... """""""'" CITY OF FEDERAL WAY City Council AGENDA ITEM ...~.~~.Ç!.~...!.~~~...~!~~.!.!!~..~.~ ~~~~!~~...~!?.~ ~.. .~.~~g~~... ......, ...... ........... .""""""'.. ....,. """ ,....,.......". CATEGORY: X CONSENT ORDINANCE BUSINESS HEARING FYI BUDGET IMPACT: RESOLUTION STAFF REPORT PROCLAMATION STUDY SESSION OTHER Amount Budgeted: $ Expenditure Amt: $ Contingency Reqd: $ ,................................,.............,..........................................................................................."........................................................... .......................,.......,.............m.....,..... ATTACHMENTS: May 22, 1998 Memorandum from Community Development Services to the City Council. This memorandum discusses the scope and timing of 1998 potential code amendments. ................................................................................",................................................................................................,.................... ...............................,.......,...........,....... SUMMARYIBACKGROUND: A list of potential code amendments for 1998 was taken to the Land Use Transportation Committee (LUTe) on April 6, 1998. At that time staff was given direction on the prioritization of these code amendments. On May 18, 1998 the code amendments were taken back to the committee along with a proposed timeline for completion of these amendments. At the May 18, 1998 meeting, the LUTC further refined the work program and timeline. ..........................................................................,..............................................................................".......................................,..... ........................................",................ CITY COUNCIL COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: Approval of the work program as described in the May 22, 1998 Memorandum, :~~~~~~:~=~== APPROVED FOR INCLUSION IN COUNCIL PACKET: (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY aERK'S OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: APPROVED DENIED TABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION COUNCIL BILL # ORDINANCE # RESOLUTION # :\CODEAMND\CCCOVER.I/May 26,1998 CITY OF .. ~.~ ED~ -~~~ May 22, 1998 MEMO RAND UM To The City Council FROM: ~gOry D. Moore, AICP, Director of Community Development Services w* Margaret H. Clark, AICP, Senior Planner SUBJECT: 1998 POTENTIAL CODE AMENDMENTS I. BACKGROUND A list of potential code amendments for 1998 was taken to the Land Use Transportation Committee (LUTC) on April 6, 1998. At that time staff was given direction on the prioritization of these code amendments. On May 18, 1998 the code amendments were taken back to the committee along with a proposed timeline for completion of these amendments. . At the May 18, 1998 meeting, the LUTC further refined the work program and timeline. Following is a description of attached materials: 1. Table 1, Completed Code Amendments andAnnexations/or 1997 -- This table shows a list of code amendments and the Enchanted Park annexation completed dwing 1997. 2. Table 2, Time Line/or Carry Over Work Items and Potential Work Items/or 1998 -- Table 2 includes planning commission, LUTC and City Council meetings but does not identify any staff preparation time. In addition, with the potential exception of the wellhead amendments, we are not anticipating using any consultant help for the potential new code amendments. The wellhead related amendments may require consultant expertise depending upon the level of detail and information available from the Lakehaven Utility district. The carry over work items will continue to utilize consultant help. The potential new code amendments will involve staff from other departments and divisions, such as the Law Department, the Geographic Information Division (GIS), the Surface Water Management Division, the Code Compliance Division, and the Traffic Division. In general, each code amendment is scheduled to take three months which will include, two meetings of the planning . -/ 1998 Potential Code Amendments May 22, 1998 Page 2 commission, one meeting of the LUTC, and two meetings of the City Council. From experience, we know that some code amendments will take longer than scheduled, thus impacting the scheduled timeline. 3. Exhibit 1, Description o/Carry Over Work Items and Potential Items/or 1998 Work Program -- This includes a description of all of the carry over items as well as the potenti~ new items for 1998. II. REQUEST FOR FOLLOW UP ON THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AND ZONING DESIGNATIONS FOR THE POTENTIAL ANNEXATION AREA POTENTIAL CODE AMENDMENT Based on the scope and the time required to complete this potential code amendment, the LUTC requested that staff look at the costs associated with this code amendment and report back to the LUTC. The results of the staff analysis may result in the future amendment of the work program. III. REQUEST AND RECOMMENDATION The Land Use Transportation Committee recommends approval of the work program as described in Table 2 and Exhibit 1. I:\CODEAMND\CCMEMO.IR/May 22,1998 Table 1 COMPLETED CODE AMENDMENTS & ANNEXATIONS FOR 1997 1724 Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Downtown Parking Complete N/A Complete Complete Complete Essential Public Facilities Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Nonconforming Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Subdivision Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Telecommunications Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Affordable Housing Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Enchanted Park Annexation Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete II/}OCUMENT\97CHART.WPDIMIY 13, I99S Table 2 TIME LINE FOR CARRY OVER WORK ITEMS AND POTENTIAL WORK ITEMS FOR 1998 (Does not identify staff preparation time, only Planning Commission, LUTC, and City Council.) 1998 1999 May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dee Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept - Dee CARRYOVER ITEMS FROM 1997 WORK PROGRAM 1. Comprehensive Plan Update 2. Shoreline Master Program 3. Residential Design Guidelines 4. Sensitive Areas ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ POTENTIAL NEW CODE AMENDMENTS To be Determined. 4. Process for Comprehensive Plan Amendments ~-----------) ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ To be Determined. ~----------------~ 1. Adult Entertainment Uses 2. Code Compliance Related Items 3. Transportation-related Amendments 5. Telecommunications Ordinance 6. Comprehensive Plan and Zoning Designations for the Potential Annexation Area (PAA) 7. Surface Water ManagementlDepartment of Ecology Amendments to FWCC, Chapter 21 To be Determined. ~------) Page -1- ". 1998 1999 May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oet Nov Dee Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept - Dee 8. Miscellaneous Code Amendments Sign Code Development Agreements ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ .... ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ . ~ ~ ~ Public Parks Process Other Miscellaneous Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design 9. Changes to FWCC, Chapter 18, Environmental Policy 10. Wellhead Protection II. Comprehensive Plan Amendments ~ """>CUM""",MEUN'.WPI>M.",. ,... Page -2- EXHIBIT 1 . DESCRIPTION OF CARRY OVER WORK ITEMS AND POTENTIAL ITEMS FOR 1998 WORK PROGRAM May 22, 1998 A. RAM The following, most of which are substantially completed, needs to be finished (please refer to attached Table 2 for timing): 1. Comprehensive Plan Update This is the first update since the comprehensive plan was adopted in November 1995. Chapters and maps are being updated to respond to input from various outside agencies and/or city departments, to update information in general and to respond to comments from the Washington State Department of Community, Trade and Economic Development (DCTED) on the November 1995 Comprehensive Plan. The update also includes responses to requests for pre- annexation comprehensive plan designations for two potential annexations and requests for changes to existing comprehensive plan designations for four sites currently within the city. Accompanying the proposed changes to the Transportation Chapter are changes to Federal Way City Code (FWCC) Chapter 20 -- Subdivisions and Chapter 22 -- Zoning to provide consistency between the Transportation sections of the Comprehensive Plan and transportation related sections in the Subdivision and Zoning Codes. 2. Shoreline Master Pro&ram This is a review and update of the City's Shoreline Management Master Program (SMMP) to determine whether current designations of the shoreline environments are still appropriate, eliminate those portions of the SMMP that are not applicable to Federal Way, update the SMMP relative to amendments to the State Shoreline Management Act, and update the SMMP to reflect requirements in ESHB 1724 Regulatory Reform. 3. Residential Desip Guidelines Presently the Community Design Guidelines apply only to commercial, office, and industrial development. This code amendment is intended to set up design guidelines for non-residential development such as schools, churches and day care 1 B. in residential zones and multi-family development both in residential and non- residential zones. 4. Sensitive Areas This code amendment is intended to create a wetland classification system to differentiate between various classes of wetlands, also to allow buffer averaging, and to require increased buffer widths where warranted. The 'amendment is also intended to review the definitions of streams relative to artificial water courses and to generally update city code relative to recent change in state and federal regulations. 1. ~dult Entertainment Uses This will include a review existing regulations. 2. Code Compliance Related Items (i) (ii) (iii) Address the number of junk cars/storage of vehicles on lots. Provide Code Enforcement Officers authority to issue civil citations. Address the differences between FWCC, Section 22-1006 and Section 10- 26 as they relate to hours of heavy equipment operation and associated nOlse. 3. Transportation-related Amendments (i) Prepare a Transportation Concurrency Ordinance and/or Traffic Impact Fee Ordinance. Adopt city center street design standards (These will be the standards which come out of the downtown revitalization program). (ii) 4. Formalize process for yearly comprehensive plan amendments Set up a fonnal process on how to handle yearly requests for comprehensive plan amendments. This will include how to apply, including key dates and timing of application. 5. Telecommunications Ordinance (i) (ii) How should temporary/mobile towers (cell on wheels) be regulated? Modify definition of a minor facility to match existing technology and 2 (iii) clarify under what conditions they may be collocated on existing structures and buildings. Assess and identify requirements and process for locating telecommunications facilities within public rights of way. 6. Comprehensive Plan and Zoning Designations for the Potential Annexation Area (PAA) Provide comprehensive plan designations and zoning for area within the city's potential annexation area. Tasks Involved: (i) (ii) Update the parcel base for the PAA. Coordinate with King County on existing development activity within the PAA. (iii) Compare and analyze existing King County comprehensive plan designations and zoning with potential Federal Way designations and zomng. (iv) Inventory existing land uses within the P AA (Can be collected from King County Assessor's data). Conduct meetings with neighborhood groups and Home Owners' Associations. (vi) Traffic modeling based on impact of changes. (vii) Adopt street classification system for the PAA. (viii) Once adopted, change the text of the comprehensive plan, update all maps and zoning code. (v) If Regional Governance proposal for changes to the Countywide Planning Policies occur, this code amendment would expand to include infrastructure and how to process permits during the transition. 7. Suñace Water ManagementlDepartment of Ecology Amendments to FWCC. Chapter 21 In order to comply with state requirements, develop and implement a comprehensive storm water management plan consistent with a model plan adopted by the Department of Ecology. 3 8. Miscellaneous Code Amendments A. Sign Code The following list of housekeeping amendments to the sign code has been identified: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Pump Topper Signs -- The Hearing Examiner recently ruled that signs on top of gas pumps were allowed, however, there are presently no limits on size or numbers for these signs. Normal Maintenance -- The current provisions need clarification on intent and appears to be overly restrictive. Fifteen Acres Subject Property -- Clarification is needed to determine if a site which is a minimum of 15 acres in size but part of a larger subject property is entitled to its own medium profile sign and whether it can be separate from the subject property. Clarify that the pole remaining after a sign has been removed also constitutes a sign. Set expiration period for sign permits. Research an amendment to allow A frame signs, not located within the right of way for new businesses for up to six months. Research an amendment to allow free-standing informational signs for uses such as schools, churches, and day cares located in residential zones, Clarify whether government signs must obtain a sign permit. Clarify, revise or add certain definitions, e.g., differentiate between a canopy and awning; define commercial messages, grand opening. Also add criteria for canopy/awning signs. Clarify the following Exemptions -- FWCC, Section 22-1599(c) a. Address ID's -- Does the exemption fall under residential zonesorcommeroial? Balloons - No definition of display Construction signs (i) Should we allow advertizing like "We're coming soon..." b. c. d. Allow a 30 day permit prior to building permit issuance if it is new business with tenant improvement or building permit? Directional signs (i) Do not have a maximum height or design criteria. (ii) The exemption doesn't match the definition. Fuel signs (ii) e. 4 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. Should 20 percent logos be established on each panel? Businesses would like to combine their fuel sign with their allowed monument without losing the allowed signage for fuel or for their one monument sign. f. Instructional signs -- There is no size limit or type. g. Warning signs -- There are no limits on number or size. Permit Requirements -- FWCC, Section 22-1599(a) a. Fees CID's -- Clarify whether there should be separate fees for each tenant in order to allow tracking of a business which needs to have a sticker. Final inspections -- There is nothing in the code that says they must pass a fmal inspection. We can issue an order to pass a final, but the code doesn't allow for access to provided at the time of inspection, therefore, structural, electrical and planning inspections are limited Research an amendment to establish guidelines for non- conforming subdivision signs in rights of way. Research an amendment to define cabinet signs vs. individual channel letters. The sign area is different for the two distinct types of signs and thus there should be a definition for each. Clarify whether building mounted signs should include all items allowed under code [FWCC, Section 22-1601 (B)(J)]. There appears to be a conflict as canopy and awning are listed as building mounted signs in this section, however, this section also allows all building mounted signs to be electrical and by definition canopy/awning means a non-electrical sign. Clarify whether the defmition for instructional or information sign should parallel the criteria to be set for residential zones -- Examples are schools, churches, day cares, etc. Pedestal sign and pole signs. There is an incorrect code reference; change to Section 22-1601(C) Figures 6 & 7. Also monument has no reference. Sign, sign area and sign face should be consistent. Definition of sign needs more clarity -- What constitutes one sign vs. two signs. How far apart can they be to be considered one if individual letters are used together with a cabinet or separately? Research an amendment whether architectural embellishments should be added to definitions. Roof sign -- a little vague. Clarify wall signs. Wall signs cannot project more than 24" from a (i) (ii) b. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 5 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. .. wall or building and can't have copy of the sides or edges (What if it's a projecting sign? How far can it project? What if it's a canopy or awning?) Research an amendment to add definitions and criteria for menu boards. Correct FWCC, Section 22-1599 which has subsections (a), (b), and (c), then skips (d), and has (e), (f) & (g). Prohibited signs (a) Vehicle signs need clarity. (b) Consider adding off-site signs as prohibited, ...unless otherwise specified in FWCC, Section 22.1 599(c)(2)(u) or FWCC, Section 22-1600, Table 1, "Community service event or civic event" (Off.site sign has definition already). FWCC, Section 22-1600 Residential Zones Tables 1 & 2 (a) Extend sales/event to 60 days? FWCC, Section 22-1600 Table 1. (b). Wall sign allowances. (i) Not consistent with requiring 7 percent. (ii) Clarify whether one wall sign is allowed for each business; can we use FWCC, Section 22-1602(b) to make that detennination? (iii) A variety of sign types are allowed. The maximum number allowed doesn't specify whether only one of the choices are allowed or if one of each is allowed. For example, if pedestal and monument type signs are allowed, does it mean that one pedestal and one monument would be allowed for each frontage, etc? Multi-family Complex, FWCC, Section 22-1600 Table 2. Is allowed in an RS zone, but signs for multi.family complexes in residential zones only allow a two sq ft sign. Change multi-family complexes identification to include RS zones. Recreation clubhouse or area, FWCC, Section 22-1600 Table 2. One sign is allowed for each street frontage providing direct vehicle access, yet the location specifies that there is a 5 foot setback from the subject property. This means that an entire subdivision would be allowed a sign at each entrance into the subdivision. (Mar Cheri wants a swim lessons sign at the entrances to its subdivision). Allow day cares signs in residential zones with some conditions Freestanding signs, FWCC Section 22-1601(a). (c) (d) (e) 6 26. 27. 28, 29. 30. 31. (a) High profile -- Tenant directory or kiosk signs don't have design standards set. Clarification is needed on whether to allow pole signs for these? (b). Low profile (i) Tenant directory or kiosk signs don't have design standards set. Is the intent to allow pole signs for these? Combined sign package -- Clarify what is the correct process to be used. Building mounted signs, FWCC, Section 22-1601(B). (a) Center identification signs. Research a code amendment to include the interpretation which was done for hillside plaza to allow all businesses who have a multi-use or multi- tenant complex one additional center identification sign per building. If there are no freestanding signs within the subject property, the center or plaza shall be granted a maximum of two building mounted center identification signs, The additional sign(s) shall not exceed seven percent of the exposed building face to which it is attached and shall not exceed a sign area of 240 square feet, per FWCC Section 22-1601 (B) & (C). (b). Sign area transfer FWCC Section 22-1601(B)(4). The last paragraph needs clarification and also needs to specify whether the 7 percent threshold is to be maintained Clarify sign area multipliers FWCC, Section 22-1602(C) to specify whether all three criteria have to be met in order for the sign area be increased by 25 percent. Research an amendment to add kiosk or tenant directory signs to construction standards. Landscaping, FWCC Section 22-1602(D). (a) Clarify the meaning of vegetation as used in this section. (b) Clarify whether vegetation needs to be a certain percentage of the total area required. Clarify if a certain percentage is required, within what proximity does it need to be? Clarify Appeals, FWCC Section 22-1604 including whether fees are required to file an appeal. Nonconformance (a) Extension or exemption from amortization FWCC, Section 22-335(f). (i) AIe fees to be accessed (ii) Clarify which process should be used. The existing one appears overly restrictive. " (ii) (c) 7 B. C. (b) Loss of legal nonconfonning sign status, FWCC Section 22-335(g) -- Abandonment or business cessation FWCC, Section 22-335(g)(3) -- This section and the definition of abandoned doesn't appear to be consistent with the recent amendments to the nonconfonnance section. Sign alterations (i) Clarify whether the change to one nonconfonning sign should trigger loss to all nonconfonning signs on the site. There is no trigger for a business who wishes to add a sign, if they have nonconfonning signs on site. In other words, you can have nonconfonning signs on site and still propose to add a confonning sign without triggering the loss of the other nonconforming signs. (c) (ii) Public Parks 1. Research an amendment to allow for an increase in the maximum height requirements for sports field lighting, flag poles, and other structures such as back stops associated with sports fields. Alternatively, due to the increased height needed for these structures, a variance from the allowable maximum heights would be necessary. Research an amendment to the land use chart to provide for a case by case basis (with guidelines) for landscaping requirements for public parks. This is to provide for flexibility because parks by their very nature already have significant landscaping. 2. Process 1. Amend FWCC, Section 22-354. Interpretations to clarify under what situations a written interpretation versus Process I is appropriate. Clarify the process to handle appeals of administrative interpretations. Also clarify the references to appeals of administrative interpretations using Process IV (Hearing Examiner), i.e., whether this means that appeals of administrative interpretations should be processed like a Process IV application or whether they should be handled like appeals of Process IV decisions. Clarify the differences between the process to handle interpretations vs. inquires. Research an amendment to allow divisions of parcels in a 2. 3. 4. 8 D. 5. commercial zone by either platting or a binding site plan. Clarify the land use process for tenant improvements and minor expansion of buildings. When the HB 1724 amendments were adopted, the process for tenant improvements and minor expansion of buildings was inadvertently omitted. In the interim, staff has addressed this through interpretation. Other Miscellaneous 1. 2. Amend the noise ordinance. Research an amendment to exempt recreational vehicles parked within an enclosed structure from the height and length limits of FWCC, Division II. Research an amendment to limit the size of residential garages by setting a maximum size in relationship to the principal structure or as may be regulated by the Unifonn Building Code Clarify FWCC, Section 22-723 related to the requirement that there may only be one gas station at any intersection in the Neighborhood Business (BN) zone and FWCC, Section 22-754 related to the requirement that there may not be more than two gas stations at any intersection as these sections apply to gas stations that are part of and accessory to a convenience store. Clarify definition of height. The present definition is complicated and difficult to administer. Research an amendment to the maximum height requirements in order to address the height of power poles in the rights of ways. Alternatively, a variance from the allowable maximum heights would be necessary. Incorporate interpretations from the Interpretation Notebook that staff has had to keep over the years. These are relatively straight forward and are not major policy issues. Add a provision for canceling incomplete subdivision applications if a substantial period of time has elapsed without the applicant responding to city requests for additional infonnation. Clarify what constitutes vesting of a project, i.e., building permit vs. site plan approval. Research an amendment to site containers for emergency preparedness on school sites. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. t 9 9. E. Development Agreements Clarify the existing process for concomitant agreements to include development agreements. The Growth Management Act (OMA) provides for the use of development agreements whereby an applicant and the City may enter into a development agreement, which would lend certainty to a project by setting out the rules up-front with which a project must comply. F. Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design This proposed amendment is a result of training provided to Community Development Services, Police, and P ARCS staff. Examples of ways to reduce crime include the following: 1. 2. 3. 4. Well lit pedestrian, parking, activity and service areas Pedestrian routes without blind comers Low fences and see through landscaping Building entrances visible from public streets or places Chan¡:es to FWCC. Chapter 18. Environmental Policy Incorporate recent changes to state law and make other changes to ensure consistency with FWCC, Chapter 22, Zoning. An example of a change in response to state law would be the creation of a planned actions category which allows environmental review earlier in the planning process (in conjunction with comprehensive plan elements or master plans), with abbreviated review at the project permit level. 10. Wellhead Protection Adopt the provisions relating to wellhead protection that comes out of the Lakehaven Utility District work and/or supplement. II. 1999 Comprehensive Plan Update This is the annual update to the comprehensive plan. Please note that under Potential Code Amendment No. 7.C.1 that a more formal process for how updates to the comprehensive plan will occur would be adopted. 1:\CODEAMND\CODELlST.CCR/May 22,1998 10 MEETING DATE: June 2, 1998 ITEM# ~ (!- \ ..........................................................................,..""""'.""""""""""""..""""""""""""""""'-"............................................................."..................... ...............................",....... CITY OF FEDERAL WAY City Council A G END A ITEM ....~ y ~.J: ~. ç.!.;...~. ~.! ~! ~ p!!! Y...~ J!f. Y... ~ ~!!!.~!! ~.~ .. ç .~.!! ! !". ~ ~.!.. A.!!!.~ !!.~!!! ~!!.!.............. .................. .. ........" .... . .. CATEGORY: BUDGET IMPACT: _X_CONSENT _ORDINANCE _BUSINESS _HEARING _FYI _RESOLUTION _STAFF REPORT _PROCLAMA TION _STUDY SESSION _OTHER Amount Budgeted: $ Expenditure Amt: $ Contingency Reqd: $ ..........................................................................."........""'........................................................-..........,............................................ ....................................,...........................",..... ....~!!A.Ç.!!M~.:N!~.;......ç~~E.~!.~.ç~.~.~!!~~..~~!!~~}?~.~~!~~..~~.¥.}~.:.~.~~.~.;..~~.!!.~.?~.~~~!.~!E.~.~~!P.~E.!.....""""""""""""""""""""""'" SUMMARYIBACKGROUND: Able/Spiffy Biffy has been the sani-can vendor for Park Operations since May of 1996. The contract for sani-can services expired on April 30, 1998. Due to the present work load, staff recommends postponing rebidding of the contract until November 1998. This would provide a better transitional time of the year in the event a different vendor is awarded the bid. This amendment will increase the current contract by $11,000, for a total of $33,000. City policy requires City ... .ç~.~E.~~L~p.p.:.? ~.~!..~rp. ~~~.~ ~~.~ ~. ~~.~:..~.?Q.:QQQ:............ ........,........................ """"""'.""""""'" ....................,............... ...................,........... .,... ..........,... .........."...... CITY COUNCIL COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: On May 27, the Parks, Recreation, Human Services and Public Safety Council Committee passed a motion to amend the current contract with Able/Spiffy Biffy by .)~~E~~.~.~~ B.. !~.~..~~ ~ P.~~. ~~!!g E...~.!}.!ggQ..~~ ~ .~~.~~ ~'~f)Þ'~' !~.~. ,.... !~..!?.~~.~~ ~E} ~.:. .!22~.:...¡.. ~. ~...............................llit.'" :"".'. ."" ........ ........:' .pJ~'1,--<: c"'~~{" ~~v~'. I. IIJ(tJ¡) ....ç.!:!.Y...M.~.~~Ç~~..~.Ç.QM.M.~.~!?'~!~Q.~:~.g.........~~~.!~.~..~!:l.E!:~E.!..~gE.g:~~.~..~.!.~~..!2~!.~!~.P.!!!Y..~~.ff.Y.:......... .... .U~ cPJ! APPROVED FOR INCLUSION IN COUNCIL PACKET: (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: _APPROVED _DENIED _TABLEDIDEFERREDINO ACTION COUNCIL BILL # 1st Reading Enactment Reading ORDINANCE # RESOLUTION # Item SD CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL PARKS, RECREATION, HUMAN SERVICES & PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE Date: May 19, 1998 . From: Steve Ikerd, Property Services Manager Subject: Sani-Can Services Background: Able Spiffy Biffy has been the sani-can vendor for Park Operations since May of 1996. The contract for sani-can services expired April 30, 1998. Due to the present work load, I recommend postponing rebidding of the contract until November 1998. This would provide a better transitional time of the year in the event a different vendor is awarded the bid. This amendment will increase the current contract by $11,000, for a total of $33,000. City policy requires City Council approval of purchases over $20,000. Committee Recommendation: Motion to amend the current contract with Able Spiffy Biffy by increasing the compensation $11,000 and extending the tenn to December 31, 1998. f ~~ ittee Member C MEETING DATE: June 2,1998 ITEM# ~~\ ."""""""'."""'..""""""""""""""""."""""""""""'.""""""'"'."""."""""""""""""'..........,-.................................................................................................,............... .............. CITY OF FEDERAL WAY City Council A G END A ITEM ....~ !!~.J.~.ç.! .;...~ ~.~ ~.. ~.~~ ~.~~.~Y...~.. Ap P..!"..~. Y.~~...! ~...g~..~.!!!..!Q.. ~ .~.!!.......... .............. .............."... .................,.... ............. CATEGORY: BUDGET IMPACT: _X_CONSENT _ORDINANCE _BUSINESS _HEARING _FYI _RESOLUTION _STAFF REPORT _PROCLAMA TION _STUDY SESSION _OTHER Amount Budgeted: $ Expenditure Amt: $ Contingency Reqd: $ ....................................................................",............................"""""""""""""""""""""""'-"""""""""""""""""""'"....................................................... .........................,..... ....~!:t~.Ç~~N:I~.;......ç9.~!:.~~.~.ç~.~.~!.~:~..~~~!9.~f?EP...~.~!~.~..~~2'.}~}2~.~!.E9.~!..~~!!.~~!.~;..~.~~~~Y..~:P.~~.....................................,..... SUMMARYIBACKGROUND: Lake Killarney Open Space is 10.8 acres and dedicated for a passive park development. This site originated from the 1989 King County Open Space Bond Projects. The site was purchased in June 1993. The PRCS Department scheduled the master planning for Lake Killarney as one of its 1996 CIP projects. On May 1, 1996, Hough Beck and Baird was hired to create the master plan for the park. Two public meetings have been held to date, with significant public involvement. The neighborhood preferred the site to be a wildlife preserve/open space park versus an active park. Amenities to the open space site will include a wildflower meadow with minimal mowing, 2-3 picnic tables, a portable toilet facility, trails, small parking lot with an ADA stall and three additive alternates. A detailed background report is attached with the architect's cost estimate. The total budgeted funds available are $277,000. The 1989 King County Open Space Bond Program is the ..}!:I;~g, !.'!.g.. ~ s>.~~~ ~..f ?~.~.~:-:.~ !9.P..JE.~ ~ ~:.. .................."..................... ........ ....................................",........,........ ".""""""" ................... .......... ......... .............. ..........."..... .......... CITY COUNCIL COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: On May 27, the Parks, Recreation, Human Services and Public Safety Council Committee passed a motion to approve the advertisement for Lake Killarney Park ....~~~.~!g p. E?~.I}.!.f~E.P.!:l.!?E~..~. ~.~~~.~g :,................ .......... """""""""""""""'" ........................ """""""""'" ...........,...... """""""""'" ........... ............. """""" .......... no...... ..~~~-~~~~~..~~~~~:.~~:~.~~:.i~~=~.~~.~~:.~~~~.I:~.=~~~~:...... APPROVED FOR INCLUSION IN COUNCIL PACKET:A (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: _APPROVED _DENIED _TABLEDIDEFERRED/NO ACTION COUNCIL BILL # 1st Reading Enactment Reading ORDINANCE # RESOLUTION # Item 5C CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL PARKS, RECREATION, HUMAN SERVICES & PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE Date: May 19, 1998 From: Jon Jainga, Parks Planning and Development Manager Subject: Lake Killarney Park Development. Approval to Advertise for Public Bids Background: Lake Killarney Open Space is 10.8 acres and dedicated for a passive park development. This site originated from the 1989 King County Open Space Bond Projects. The site was purchased in June 1993. The City of Federal Way Parks ,Recreation and Cultural Services Department scheduled the master planning for Lake Killarney as one of its 1996 CIP Projects. May 1, 1996, the Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services Department hired the landscape architecture firm, Hough-Beck and Baird from Seattle, to create the master plan for the park. Two public meetings have been held to date, with significant public involvement. The neighborhood preferred the site to be a wildlife preserve/open space park versus an active park. Amenities to the open space site will include a wildflower meadow with minimal mowing, 2-3 picnic tables, a portable toilet facility, trails, small parking lot with ADA stall and three additive alternates. A more detail background report with the architects estimate is attached. The total budgeted funds available are $277,000. The funding source for development is from the 1989 King County Open Space Program. Staff recommends to approve the advertisement for Lake Killarney Park Development for public bidding. Committee Recommendation: Motion to approve the advertisement for Lake Killarney Park Development for public bidding. " ~~ ommittee ember ...(.... Lake Killarney R rt Background: lake Killarney Open Space is 10.8 acres and dedicated for a passive park development. This site originated from the 1989 King County Open Space Bond Projects. The City of Federal Way Parks ,Recreation and Cultural Services Department scheduled the master planning for Lake Killarney as one of its 1996 CIP Projects. May 1, 1996, the Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services Department hired the landscape architecture firm, Hough-Beck and Baird from Seattle, to create the master plan for the park. June 14, Hough-Beck and Baird meet with Parks Staff, two representatives from the lake Killarney Homeowner's Association, and a representative from World Vision. The meeting was to introduce the consultants and discuss the master planning process with other lake representatives. July 22, Earth Tech and Michael Williams Consulting Inc, (sub-contractors to Hough- Beck and Baird) completed the site survey and wetland delineation. August 14, The first public meeting I workshop was held at City Hall. 25 lake residence, one councilmember, three park commissioners, and three parks staff attended the meeting. The community commented on the future plans for the park. They added suggestion and marked on the survey maps on what types of activities they would prefer at the park. October 29, The second public meeting was held at City Hall. 31 residence and neighbors attended the meeting as well as representative from World Vision. Fred Beck from HH&B presented alternative plan-A, (Lake Killarney Wildlife Preserve) and alternative plan -B, (Lake Killarney Neighborhood Park). Mr. Beck described the differences between the two plan. Alternative A and B are based on public comment and input from the first public meeting. The public participated in the group discussions and commented on the two plans. HH&B will now the final draft of the master plan. Attached is a summary report from the August 14 public meeting. -OF c::.. . ED~ ~~RY Parks. Recreation and Cultural Services Department lake Killarney Public Meeting August 14, 1996 7:00 p.m. City Hall Council Chambers Meeting Attendance: A total of 35 people attended the public meeting. 25 Lake Residence, John Spurgin from World Vision, Councilmemeber Hope Elder, Park Commissioners; Dave Kaplan, Bob Kellogg, Dini Duclos, Jenny Shroder, PARCS Director, Dave Wilbrecht, Deputy Director, Jon Jainga, Parks Planner, Kurt Peck, Hough-Beck and Baird and Fred Beck, Hough-Beck and Baird. Meeting Dialog and Public Comments: Fred Beck, HB&B, explained how import the public process and involvement is to the project especially if the city plans to go after any future lAC grants for the project. He orientated the group to the site using the latest survey maps. There was good public involvement at the meeting. The public asked questions and voiced their comments and concerns. The following questions were asked: Q: "What is the jog in the property lines to the west and do you plan to build a road ?" A: Possible street RO.W. , we need to check to see if it has been vacated or if it is still RO.W. Q: 'What is the time and date for construction ?" A: Our goal this year is the develop the park master plan with public input. Q: What are the existing concrete slabs ?" A: The slabs were part of the old Lutherland camp structures. Comment: "These old slabs would be good for picnic shelters or volleyball could be played on the old slabs." Q: What about using the existing trails in the park, the tiny trail are used for fishing access?" A: The survey map show the existing trail in the park and the trails could be enhanced with wood mulch or gravel. Comment: lilt would be nice to connect the trails to a boardwalk or raised area for fishing, and wildlife interpretation." IILet keep the park semi-developed to low amount of development and preserve the natural open space." Q: 'What about parking?" Will there be parking on site or will World Vision or the church across the street be willing to let us use their parking lots for park user ?" A: These are items the city will have to discuss with the neighbors. World Vision has already express their concerns about letting the public use their property. World Vision will follow up with a letter to the city. Q: "Can the park be used as an outdoor education site for school groups ?" A: This would be a great opportunity for school groups, another good example of this is Dumas Bay Wildlife Sanctuary. Q: II Can the name of the park be changed to Wildlife preserve?" A: Sure, this could be a part of the master plan recommendations to the city. Q: "Does the survey report talk about the wildlife ?" A: Yes, under the environmentally sensitive areas it talks about the fish and wildlife habitat and animal species. Q: IIlfthe majority of the community doesn't want a large developed park or any development will the city consider it ?" A: The Open Space Grant dictates what type of passive use can be developed at the site. An it will be a passive park. Q: "Can there be some kind of shoreline enhancement and what about the 100' wetland setback ?" A: We can plan some demo gardens per the plant management plan thru SWM and there are type of park amenities that can be developed into the 100' wetland boundaries like soft trails and boardwalks. Comment: 'We can direct the different types of park users to certain parts of the parks. "Direct picnickers to picnic areas and walkers/joggers to other parts. " Q: "Restrooms, who will maintain the park restrooms" A: The parks maintenance crew will maintain the park and its facilities. Q: "Trail Access, will World Vision aI/ow the park trails the be connected to their trails and to the existing trails to the north ?" A: World Vision needs to check with their legal department on letting the public use their trails, World Vision has some liability concerns. Comment: "We understood as a part of their permitting process the public would be allowed to use their trails.' Q: 'What about Weyerhaeuser ?" 'What is going on with Weyerhaeuser's property to the north ?" A: Staff will continue to invite Weyerhaeuser to this meeting and will send them a copy of the comments from tonights meeting. Workshop Participation: The public spent the remainder of the meeting talking to the city officials and the consultants as they added suggestions to site maps that where located around the council chambers. The following are the suggestions the public marked on the maps: . . . . . . No Motor Vehicles. Parking for (6) cars next to World Vision. South tip of park is a neighborhood "Party Place." Reforestation plan. Passive open space and preservation. Keep picnic sites to be natural type e.g..logs and rocks placed in such a way that are usable. Neighborhood park concept sounds good! Not a destination park. Restrooms if necessary at park entrance near road. Solar type like state boat access. Garbage is a problem - visitors leave trash and don't pack out. Install coated chain link fence on west property line. Control night use and security. No parking and no restrooms. Fence set back 100' ft. from lake. Plant irises along lake shore. I encourage development of a few maintainable trails and restrooms. Restrooms near park entrance and road. The fishermen will go to the lake using the maintainable trails, this will reduce erosion. There must be trash can near main fishing areas. I think you should keep the wildlife and as many of the plants as possible and add some hiking trails. Play area for kids. Plant natural plants to remove grass down to lake. Add fishing areas with small dock or platform. Where do homeowners on the lake tie up if they row down to the park, without encouraging mass boat activity. I would like to see this developed as habitat with interpretation center. One restroom is OK near entrance. Security of the site - how to control after hour users. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Picnic tables out of large rocks and fallen trees. No tables - rocks and trees or stumps OK. South point - this could easily become a possible swimming area, the island could be reached by wading out to it. This is..1lQf something I would like to see. I~ ~ERFIL Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services Department Lake Killarney Public Meeting October 29, 1996 LQQ.p.m. City Hall Council Chambers Summa Meeting Attendance: A total of 31 people attended the public meeting. Which included, John Spurgin and Ken Rohul from World Vision, Park Commissioners; Dave Kaplan, Bob Kellogg, Barbara Reed, Karl Grogch and "Coach" Bob Roach, Jenny Shroder, PARCS Director, Dave Wilbrecht, Deputy Director, Jon Jainga, Parks Planner, Kurt Peck, Hough-Beck and Baird and Fred Beck, Hough-Beck and Baird. Meeting Dialog and Public Comments: Mr. Beck, HB&B, reviewed and summarized the project to date and explained how HB&B created Alternative Plan-A and Plan-B. Mr. Beck presented the two plan. Alternative Plan-A is titled Lake Killarney Wildlife Preserve and Alternative Plan-B is titled Lake Killarney Neighborhood Park. Mr. Beck continued to described the difference between the two plans. Alternative A and B are based on public comment and input from the first public meeting. The public participated in group discussions and commented on the two plans. The second public meeting gave the community the opportunity to select the plan they preferred for the Lake Killarney site. There was good public involvement at the meeting. The public asked questions and voiced their comments and concerns. Mr. Beck presented a summary of the site evaluation completed by Urban Forestry Services Inc. The summary is as follows: The Urban Forestry Services Inc., completed the site evaluation and identified the significant and potentially hazardous trees on site. The Urban Forestry Services described the ten acres of park land to be a rich diversity of Pacific Northwest native trees, shrubs and ground covers with a few remnant old growth Douglas-fir trees. Overall the trees and associated plants are healthy with the exception of root rot evidence in the middle of the western property line. Caution and annual inspection in the area is recommended after creating snags of those few trees found to be a high risk of failure. .' The following questions were asked: Q: 'The point is nice area for swimming?" A: The point is proposed as a demonstration garden with restoration, board walk and boat access. Q: 'What about restrooms, garbage on plan - A?" A: The park would have a restroom facility close to the parking area for easy access for maintenance and there will be trash receptacles located in the park. Mr. Beck, HB&B, proceeded to described the difference between Alternative A and B: Plan. A, lake Killarney Wildlife Preserve Plan-A, A paved park entrance would be off Weyehauser Way, with 5-6 parking stalls, small restroom facility. From the parking lot, a view point looking out across the open meadow with the lake in the background. Play structures, tables and benches would be constructed with the timbers that would have to be cut down in the park, giving the park a more natural appearance and theme, The park trail system would support maintenance and emergency vehicles. The park would allow school groups to walk along the trails and boardwalks, using the interpretation signs in the parks describing the wetlands, forest, and wildlife in this outdoor classroom. The main trails would ADA accessible. The boardwalk would be constructed with a post and rail system. The boardwalk trail would be able to go into the wetland boundary area and along the shoreline. Mr. Beck indicated that the green area on the plan is the forest area, which would remain untouch. The lighter areas are the meadows with windflowers, bordered with native plants. Mr. Beck went on to described the flood areas and pointed out the area of shoreline that could introduce some of the demonstration gardens recommended by the King County Surface water Management, Plant Aquatics Plan for Lake Killarney. Plan. B, lake Killarney Neighborhood Park Plan-B, A paved park entrance would also come off Weyehauser Way, with 5-6 parking stalls, small restroom facility. From the parking lot, you would still see the view point looking out across a large more maintained grass field, with the lake in the background. Play structures, tables and benches would be constructed with more of the traditional park material sold by the industry. The park trail system would support maintenance and emergency vehicles. The park would allow park users to walk along the trails and boardwalks. Trails would ADA accessible. The boardwalk would be constructed with a post and rail system. At this time no interpretation signs would be posted along the trails. At the lake's edge, two - three Piers could be constructed for fishing and small boat to tie up to. An informal swimming area could be possible at the "point", which is located in the southwest section of the park's shoreline. Several picnic sites would be placed in the park using the traditional aluminum tables. The public made the following comments at the meeting: . "I would like to see chain link fencing between the park and the Feroy Property." Mr. and Mrs Harris. "I like Plan A, Federal Way has an opportunity to preserve nature trails because we are at the beginning of our community development" I am concerned that immediate neighbors would prefer a private preserve and we need to keep the public in mind." "I'm very much in favor of Alternative A. Please preserve the ecology." Please keep park maintenance staff strong well-funded. They do great work land its great that they do so without chemicals." "It's important to educate fisherman to keep area free of fishing lines, beer bottles and other debris." Law enforcement is vital and frequent monitoring of the area would be great" "Thanks for a good set of ideas," Liz Marshall. "for the people who don't live on the lake can't enjoy the lake until you your park is developed." "I like to fish, Plan B is better." Plan B has a couple of docks, grass meadow, I think your parking plan is just right!" "Don't like Plan A, there is no place to fish or swim." "I'm concerned for the people that don't live on the lake that would like Plan B." "The people who live on the lake don't need it because they have that access already." "You keep all the other parks clean, I think Plan B is a great Idea!" "Think there should be small area for row boats to go in, would like to see basketball court if feasible." Would like to have swimming areas, if more people On the out skirts of the lake knew of your project they would all be happy about Plan B." "People who live on the lake don't probably want your park, please pay attention to people who don't live on the lake! Advertise!!" "I definitely prefer Plan A over Plan B." 1-Park needs to be fenced. 2-lf play ground equipment is put in - what provisions will be made to keep kids out of the sensitive areas and wetlands?" 3-Public leaves a lot of trash around lake at present time." "How will you discourage this?" "I like alternative A best" Alternative B will attract more people in my opinion, therefor the 6-7 parking spots are not likely to be enough." Also the traditional swimming, fishing and canoeing activities are probably going to continue whether they are provided for or not, so we might as well provide for them. I don't think the play ground area is appropriate for the site." I would like to see the "point" by the osprey roost, left as is - no restoration of plants," Keep it as a clear area." "Park area for the people." "More people in area, potential fire hazard... I put a fire out on the Weyehauser property north of the Lake this summer." Keep area as natural as possible!!!!" "I really like the concept of Alternative A, in that it utilizes this rich space as a natural reserve." "I would hate to see this developed as an open park." "I am from World Vision and very concerned about spill over parking from this project . . . . . . . . into are parking lot" "We have already had our share of clean up from the public using our lot" "Because of the corner access which is tricky and limited parking on site, I hope that you will design plan A very low impact development" "I like the care you have been using to identify the biology of this land!" "I like Alternative A best, the property for several years has been a mini urban forest for people on the lake." Alternate A would continue that use." South end point has always been an area where local children can wade into the lake and swim." "It has a natural gravel bottom, excellent for that purpose." "Would like boat and canoe access." "Would like limited swimming access off the south point, which is currently identified for shoreline restoration, demonstration shoreline planting." "It is a natural swimming/wading area." Alternative A would best survive the area, plan A preserve is best for education." "Trash in and near the lake." "No docks or swimming beach." Alternative A is my choice, please keep it as a wildlife preserve. II "Its nice to see a plan that addresses such a sensitive area." "Trash in the lake, usually only visible by boat, not everyone helps on the lake clean up." "I'd like to see the point left as gravel w/maybe some vegetation." . . _.~J;;.!!N~.P..~ !!<.:..!llll~..?,.!~~L.._._._._.._._._._._._._......_..!.!J;;.~~ :rz:-- ~) CITY OF FEDERAL WAY City Council AGENDA ITEM ...................",............ SUBJECT: Request to King County CDBG ConsortiumIRecapture of 1998 Fun ds """"""""""""""""""""""""""..""""""""""""""""""......................................"............................................."""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""" CATEGORY: BUDGET IMPACT: X CONSENT ORDINANCE BUSINESS HEARING FYI RESOLUTION STAFF REPORT PROCLAMATION STUDY SESSION OTHER Amount Budgeted: $ Expenditure Amt: $ Contingency Reqd: $ ...-............................................-..................... .........................................................................".................................................. ... ~.!}: ~.ç. ~~ ~ ~.~.. ~ L~ ~.~ 9.~ ~~.~.~.~ ..!.<?..ç, 9. ~~ ~.~ ~...ç.<? ~.~~.~~.. ........ ........ ...", ................ ..................................... .",..... ...........,........... .. SUMMARYIBACKGROUND: In 1998, the City of Federal Way allocated $18,989 in Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds to Easter Seal Society of Washington for the program, Housing Modifications/or People with Disabilities. This program assists low- and moderate-income homeowners and renters with housing modifications to accommodate ADA needs. In March of this year, the Easter Seal Society infonned all its funders of the closure of this program. The agency cited funding patterns, increased challenges of subcontracting, and internal program perfonnance as factors in the decision. The City has the option of making a written request to King County to recapture these funds or to allow King County to utilize the funding for a replacement program which is in initial development stages. Council approval is required by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development regarding a request to recapture these funds. To ensure recapture and the inclusion of these funds in the revised 1999 funding estimate, staff forwards this issue to Council at this time. The Human Services Commission ... ~~~. ~ ~ ~.~.. ~.~~.. ~~9. ~ ~~~.. ~ ~.M.~:y, ).~!... ~. ~~.~: ........ ................. .....", """""""" ......................................,................ ......... ....... ..................... ......................"............ CITY COUNCIL COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: On May 27,1998, the Parks, Recreation, Human Services and Public Safety Committee approved the staff recommendation and Commission review to recapture 1998 CDBG funds allocated to Easter Seal Society of Washington and the inclusion of those recaptured funds in the 1999 CDBG funding estimate. Additionally, the Committee approved consideration of funding King County's housing ... P. ?~. ! fl.~~ ~! ~ ~ ..PE ~ g~~~ . ~ ~.~ ~ ß..!~.. ~~.! Y.. ~P..~. ~.~ !.i. ~.~~.!:.. ..T.~ ~ ~}~..!~!~ ~!~~~. .~~. Q1. ~ ~~! ..fi..~ P.P.. W-""""'~ -~~~~~j~~~~~:~:~_!:_=::_._--_..&it!.~.._:._. APPROVED FOR INCLUSION IN COUNCIL PACKET: ~ (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: _APPROVED DENIED - T ABLED/DEFERREDINO ACTION COUNCIL BILL # ORDINANCE # RESOLUTION # COYERCC-5124/94 Ttem 5£ CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL PARKS, RECREATION, HUMAN SERVICES AND PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE Date: May 14, 1998 Patricia Talton, CDBG Coordinator t:í= From: Subject: Request to King County CDBG ConsortiumlRecapture of 1998 Funds Background: In 1998, the City of Federal Way allocated $18,989 in Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds to Easter Seal Society of Washington for the program, Housing Modifications for People with Disabilities. This program assists low- and moderate-income homeowners and renters with housing modifications to accommodate ADA needs. For example, a home or apartment may be modified to accommodate a wheelchair by installing shower grab bars, lowering of light switches and widening of doors. In March of this year, the Easter Seal Society infonned all its funders of the closure of this program. The agency cited funding patterns, increased challenges of subcontracting, and internal program performance as factors in the decision. As a result, King County Housing and Community Development Program staff is in the process of developing a "replacement" program. King County will develop a program that will serve this client population in the same manner, and potentially utilize the funds that have already been allocated by participating jurisdictions. The $18,989 in Federal Way- CDBG funds would be transferred to the County's program, once all the necessary logistics are completed. However, a timeline has not been established by King County. Options: The City has the option of making a Written request to King County to recapture these funds or to allow King County to utilize the funding for a replacement program. Council approval is required by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development regarding a request to recapture these funds. The City must provide an opportunity for citizen comment on the use of CDBG funds. Below are Council options with advantages and disadvantages of each and a staff recommendation. 1) Make a formal request to King County to have the funds recaptured. A memo would be drafted by staff for City Council approval which would request that S 18,989 in 1998 Federal Way CDBG funds allocated to Easter Seal Society of Washington be returned to the city. Additionally, the city would like to see those funds included in its 1999 CDBG funding estimate which will be revised in July. The advantage of this option is that the city would have more funds available to allocate in the 1999 CDBG funding process. The city has received $914,750 in capital funding requests for 1999, with $400,642 available to allocate. The 1998 funds allocated to Easter Seal Society are capital funds and could be allocated to another agency or capital project. Given the time involved in program development and contracting, it is conceivable that the replacement program would not complete any housing modifications in 1998. This would result in those funds being carried over to the 1999 program year, which would be the same result if they were recaptured and allocated to another agency. ¡ ~~ \. ~ The disadvantage of this optic.. .s that a special population of Federal \. -1 residents may not receive needed assistance in 1998 or 1999. However, the city could consider funding the County's replacement program in the year 2000 when the program would be fully operationa1. 2) Proceed with King County's process to develop a replacement program and allow the $ J 8,989 to be used for the intended purpose, which is to serve low- and moderate-income seniors and disabled in need of housing modifications. .' The advantage of this option is that senior and disabled Federal Way residents may be assisted with critical housing modifications potentially in 1998 and definitely in 1999. A disadvantage to both options is that less clients will be served in 1998 and potentially 1999, due to the time involved in program development. Committee Recommendation: 1) Approve the request to recapture 1998 CDBG funds allocated to Easter Seal Society of Washington and the inclusion of those recaptured funds in the 1999 CDBG funding estimate as outlined above. Additionally, consider funding King County's housing modification program once it is fully operational. 2) Approve the request to recapture 1998 CDBG funds allocated to Easter Seal Society of Washington with modifications to the options as specified by the Committee. 3) Proceed with the King County process to develop a replacement program which would serve low- and moderate-income seniors and disabled with housing modifications. G:\CLERh.ÎCMTE.REC 3/11/96 ...~¡';.IJ)'I9.P~~:~.z,. .lcm............ m.. ... m ....... IT".lIf#. :::rL' (I: ~ CITY OF FEDERAL WAY City Council AGENDA ITEM """""""""""""""" SUBJECT: SEAT AC PLAZA EASEMENT CONDEMNATION """"""""""""""""""""""""""......................................",............................................................................,........................................................ ..............".. CATEGORY: BUDGET IMPACT: L CONSENT ..x ORDINANCE BUSINESS HEARING FYI RESOLUTION STAFF REPORT PROCLAMATION STUDY SESSION OTHER Amount Budgeted: $ Expenditure Amt: $ Contingency Reqd: $ """"",,""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""'"...........................................................................................",....................................". ATTACHMENTS: A. Proposed Ordinance providing condemning an easement for storm water conveyance improvements as part of the SeaTac Mall Phase II project. """"""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""'"...........................................................".............................................................................". SUMMARY/BACKGROUND: The Public Works Deparnnent is proceeding with design of the SeaTac Mall Drainage Improvement Project Phase II, which proposes an improved storm water conveyance system from S. 320th north to approximately S. 316th. The project was originally slated for construction in 1998, but was delayed until 1999 in part because negotiations with owners of the SeaTac Plaza property broke down in the summer and fall of 1997 when the owners refused to provide Public Works staff access to the property to conduct geotechnical exploration necessary to confirm the project's alignment. Staff seeks Council authorization to commence condemnation proceedings to obtain the necessary easement to allow the project to go forward in 1999. Staff will continuenegotiations with the owners if there are indications negotiations could be completed in time to allow the project to proceed. """"""".......................................,......................................................,.........."""...............................................,.................................... .........,......................... CITY COUNCIL COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: None. """""""""""'.............................................................".................""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""......................................." .=:=:::~~~=: ~:~: ~~: :~~~ :;:.::~~~:~~n~mmm (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: APPROVED DENIED - T ABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION COUNCIL BILL # ORDINANCE # RESOLUTION # , /:Sf MM[IU}..:ð -¡q-98 Ú11lcklli}Kf¡J; (ß - Z - q8 /9~ K: \agolilCm lcondmsea. lac ---- ---- n- ORDINANCE NO. DRAFT -5//3/9? AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON, PROVIDING FOR THE ACQUISITION OF CERTAIN EASEMENTS OVER, ALONG, UNDER AND ACROSS CERTAIN PROPERTY FOR THE PURPOSE OF CONSTRUCTING AND INSTALLING STORMW A TER CONVEYANCE IMPROVEMENTS IN THE VICINITY OF SOUTH 320m STREET AND 23RD A VENUE SOUTH, TOGETHER WITH ALL NECESSARY APPURTENANCES AND RELATED WORK NECESSARY TO MAKE A COMPLETE IMPROVEMENT IN ACCORDANCE WITH APPLICABLE CITY STANDARDS ALL WITHIN THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY; PROVIDING FOR THE CONDEMNATION, APPROPRIATION, AND TAKING OF REAL PROPERTY NECESSARY THEREFOR; DIRECTING THE CITY ATTORNEY TO FILE ALL NECESSARY ACTIONS AND PROCEEDINGS IN TIlE MANNER PROVIDED BY LAW FOR SAID CONDEMNATION. THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON, DOES HEREBY ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Public Necessity. The public health, safety, necessity and convenience demand that stonnwater conveyance improvements be constructed and maintained within the City of Federal Way and that certain easements upon property be condemned, appropriated, taken and damaged for the construction of said improvements as provided by this ordinance. The failure to construct such stonnwater conveyance improvements eventually would contribute to the flooding of certain rights of way, including South 32Oth Street in Federal Way, and the flooding of certain commercial property known as the SeaTac Plaza property. Section 2. Condemned Property. The City Council of the City of Federal Way, after reviewing the planned improvements, hereby declares that the easement located within the ORD# ,PAGEl City of Federal Way and legally described in Exhibit" A" attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference, and as shown on the parcel maps set forth in Exhibit "B" attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference ("Property") is hereby condemned, appropriated, taken and damaged for the purposes of constructing, installing, operating, and maintaining stormwater conveyance facilities, including but not limited to storm drains, culverts, berms, spillways, outlet works and/or pipelines, together with all necessary appurtenances and related work to make a complete improvement in accordance with City standards, together with the right to make all necessary slopes for cuts and fills upon adjacent lands in the reasonable original grading and maintenance of the stonnwater conveyance facilities, with the Property being taken, damaged and appropriated subject to the making or paying of just compensation to the owners thereof in the manner provided by law. Section 4. Condemnation Le~al Action. The City Attorney or other attorney selected by the City Manager is hereby authorized and directed to file all necessary actions and proceedings provided by law to condemn, take and appropriate the Property in order to carry out the provisions of this ordinance, and is further authorized in conducting said condemnation proceedings and for the purpose of minimizing damages, to stipulate as to the use of the Property and as to the reservation of any right of use to the Property owner(s) , provided that such reservation does not interfere with the use of the Property by the City as provided in this ordinance. The City Attorney is further authorized to adjust the location and/or width of any of the Property and/or easements therein in order to minimize damages, provided that said adjustments do not interfere with the use of the Property by the City as provided in this ordinance. ORD# , PAGE 2 Section 5. Severability. TI1e provisions of this ordinance are declared separate and severable. The invalidity of any clause, sentence, paragraph, subdivision, section, or portion of this ordinance or the invalidity of the application thereof to any person or circumstance, shall not affect the validity of the remainder of the ordinance, or the validity of its application to other persons or circumstances. Section 6. Ratification. Any act consistent with the authority and prior to the effective date of this ordinance is hereby ratified and afflI1I1ed. Section 7. Effective Date. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force five (5) days from and after its passage, approval, and publication, as provided by law. PASSED by the City Council of the City of Federal Way this - day of May, 1998. CITY OF FEDERAL WAY MA YOR, RON GINTZ ATTEST: CITY CLERK, N. CHRISTINE GREEN, CMC APPROVED AS TO FORM: CITY ATTORNEY, LaNDI K. LINDELL FILED WITH THE CITY CLERK: PASSED BY THE CITY COUNCIL: PUBLISHED: EFFECTIVE DATE: ORDINANCE NO. K:\ORDlN\CONDMSEA.TAC ORD# , PAGE 3 . ." . 30 FOOT DRAINAGE EASEMENT DESCRIPTION mAT PORTION OF THE PLAT OF EVERGREEN PLAZA AS RECORDED IN VOLUME 100 OF PLATS AT PAGE 74 AND 75 , RECORDS OF KING COUNTY, W ASIDNGTON, DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: BEGINNING AT TIIE SOUlHWEST CORNER OF TRACT B, SAID CORNER ALSO BEING THE SOU1HWEST CORNER OF SAID PLAT~ THENCE NORm 0001S'15" EAST ALONG THE WEST LINE OF TRACT B, 31S.oo FEET TO THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF TRACT B~ THENCE soum S9°34 'OS" EAST ALONG THE NORm LINE OF TRACT B, 30.00 FEET~ THENCE soum 0001S'15" WEST, 31S.oo TO THE soum LINE OF SAID TRACT B~ TIIENCE NORm S9°34 'OS" WEST ALONG SAID soum LINE , 30.00 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. CONTAINING 9540 SQUARE FEET. EXHIBIT A Page A-I -..-..--------- ~ 30 FOOT DRAINAGE EASEMENT DESCRIPTION THE WEST 30 FEET AND THE NORTH 30 FEET OF THE EAST 245.50 FEET OF THE WEST 275.50 FEET OF LOT 2 OF KING COUN1Y SHORT PLAT 1079107 AS RECORDED UNDER RECORDING NUMBER 7912270667. RECORDS OF KING COUNIY. W ASIDNGTON. CONTAINING 21075 SQUARE FEET. s--t;-11b EXHIBIT A PAGE A-2 ..-.-.- /,.~ LOT 2 KCSP 1079107 AFN 7912270667 LOT 4 1 ,,-:,q¡Ç)O'1.- TRACT C :t\>' ()1 ~" <:( 'v\>' '\ X>'? TRACT X 30' DRAINAGE EASEMENT fV'?~ 1'be) ~~~ TRACT B ~ LOT 3 . LOT 4 LOT 3 ( TRACT A ) $I s. 320TH ST. ~ 30' DATE MAY 13, 1998 E A R DRAINAGE EASEMENT ACAD No. 1497REC 100 W. Broadway Ste. 5000 Long Beach, CA 90802-4443 310 495-4449 10800~.£. 8~St. @ 7th Floor ."'~" WA 9BO04 ~ 206 455-9494 T E c H 720 S. 333 St. Ste.200 Federol Way, WA 98003 206 838-6202 1200 Dupont St., ste. 2-8 Bellingham, WA 98225 360 734-3202 EXHIBIT B PAGE B-1 ~' LOT 4 1 '\ ')~ ()()1.- ()1 ~\ '\ IQ~ v~~ 1'ò\) .~~ ~ TRACT X LOT 3 30' DATE MAY 13, 1998 E A R 30' DRAINAGE EASEMENT LOT 2 KCSP 1079107 AFN 7912270667 TRACT C OJ l- e.) <! a::: I- 30' DRAINAGE EASEMENT TRACT B LOT 4 DRAINAGE T ~ ~ H 100 W. Broadway 10800 N.E. 8th SI. Ste. 5000 7th Floor long Beoch, CA 90802-4443 Bellevue, WA 98004 310495-4449 206455-9494 EXHIBIT B EASEMENT T E 720 S. 333 SI. Ste,200 Federal Way, WA 98003 206 838-6202 ( TRACT A ) ~\^ « 'v~ LOT 3 ACAD No. 1497REC c H 1200 Dupont St., Ste. 2-8 Bellingham, WA 98225 360 734-3202 PAGE B-2 MEETING DATE: June 2, 1998 ITEM# .:J¿"L. ... ...........,. ....... """..."""..."""". ..... ..... .................." ...... ....................,................... .......................................................,................... ...............",... ...... ....... ......... CITY OF FEDERAL WAY City Council AGENDA ITEM SUBJECT: LOCAL OPTION GAS TAX "".""""""'."" ..........,.... .............",.... """". ......... ........... .........."....... ......... "'..."""'" -.. .".... ............"....... ............... "'.""'" ..,... .....,.. ..................................",...... CATEGORY: BUDGET IMPACT: - CONSENT _ORDINANCE '" BUSINESS _HEARING FYI _RESOLUTION _STAFF REPORT _PROCLAMATION _STUDY SESSION _OTHER Amount Budgeted: Expenditure Amt: Contingency Reqd: . ..............",. .....".. ............... ......... .........",..... ."'."...."'..' ............"....................... .......-....................................... ..........,.... ..............,..... "."""'.."" ..... .......... ........ AITACHMENTS: (1) Draft letter from Mayor Gintz to Suburban Cities Association (SCA) for City ...ç!?!I.!1.~.~L~.~~~!!!~.~~.!.~!?!1..!i.!'.~..(~l.~~£~~~~!'.~..~..~~.~.~.~~..~!I.~.~~!'Y.~.......................................................................................,....... SUMMARYIBACKGROUND: City of Seattle's resolution #29672 requests King County adopt a local option gas tax, RCW 82.80,010 allows King County Council to levy this tax subject to approval of a majority of registered county voters. The levy is 10% of the state motor fuel tax rate. State Treasurer distributes funds monthly to the county and cities based on their relative population. Per RCW 82.80.070, these funds may be used for transportation purposes. County Council decided 5/26/98 to launch Moving King County 2000 and convene a transportation conference of elected officials to discuss new funding sources and spending priorities. County Council asked county and cities to pool their resources to fund major projects in critical corridors. ...............",... ....",. ....."....... .......... """"""""""""""""""""""""""""""""".""""""" """"'" """""""."""'.""""""""". ...............................". ....................... CITY COUNCIL COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: On 5/26/98 FEDRAC made no specific recommendation on a local option gas tax but recommended the full City Council should discuss appropriate action on 6/2198. ................,... ....., ....................................,........... ..........................................................................................,............................... .........................................,...... ... ~~:. . ~ ~ ~ ~~. ~ ~~.~~ ~ ~ ~~ ~~ ~..~ ~.::~. ~ .~. ~. ~::~. ~~.~..~. ~.~~ :.~.~~=~.~:.~. ~.~. ~~ ~l~~.~ ~. ~:......... .. "" APPROVED FOR INCLUSION IN COUNOL PACKET: -/{!1¡ ð ~ (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNOL ACTION: _APPROVED _DENIED _TABLEDIDEFERRED/NO ACTION COUNOL BILL #I 1st Reading Enactment Reading ORDINANCE #I RESOLUTION #I Sincerely, Ron Gintz Mayor cc 33530 1ST WAY SOUTH (253) 661-4000 FEDERAL WAY WA 98003-6210 Mayor Charles Booth President, Suburban Cities Association 9611 SE 36th Street Mercer Island, WA 98040-3732 Re: Local Option Gas Tax On June 2, 1998, the Federal Way City Council discussed the King County transportation proposal called "King County Moving 2000" and their funding proposal of levying a local option gas tax for King County, subject to a vote of the people. The local option gas tax is being discussed at a meeting with Suburban Cities members on June 4 called by King County Council members. The Suburban Cities Association (SCA) is possibly taking a position on June 10. King County may call a summit of elected officials from cities later in June. Because of these meetings, our City Council felt it would be appropriate to outline our preliminary feelings on the local option gas tax proposal by Seattle and King County. They are a follows: 1. As there is always insufficient funds for badly needed transportation projects, the discussions on transportation funding and local needs are appropriate. What is best for all agencies involved and their citizens needs to be carefully considered. 2. With Referendum 49 on this November's ballot, it does not seem appropriate to rush into another transportation funding issue for the voters to consider in the near future. 3. If King County were to consider a local option gas tax to help local transportation needs, we would like to receive some kind of assurance from state legislators that they would continue working towards resolving state-wide transportation needs. We also believe the state should be responsible for projects on their highways. 4. If a local option gas tax were considered, we believe that the funds should come directly to the cities for local projects, as the law specifies, and not be pooled with King County for redistribution. Cities presently cooperate satisfactorily on improving inter-jurisdictional projects. I hope the above will be useful as a guide to our City's position during discussions on the optional gas tax in upcoming meetings. City CoWlcil Public Works Director Peter von Reichbauer Greg Nickels Rob McKenna Richard McIver LOCAL OPTION GAS TAX KING COUNTY'S PROPOSAL BACKGROUND & ISSUES SUMMARY May 27, 1998 .' Background . Seattle's 11/24/97 resolution #29672 requests that King County adopt a local option gas tax for King County. On 4/2/98, Greg Nickels, Rob McKenna and Richard McIver launched "Moving King County 2000", calling on the County Council to convene a transportation conference of elected officials to discuss new funding sources and spending priorities. King County Council members called on the county and cities to pool their resources to fund major projects in critical corridors. On 5/18/98, the County Council postponed action on motion #98-258 for one week to convene this transportation conference of elected officials. Suburban Cities Association (SCA) discussed the issue on 5/26/98 and will take a position at the general membership meeting on 6/10/98. Greg Nickels and Rod McKenna have called a meeting of cities over 35,000 on 6/4/98, trom 3:00 to 5:00 pm at Mercer Island City Hall to discuss "Moving King County 2000". King County has tentatively set the morning of 6/23/98 as the "summit" meeting of King County elected officials to discuss "Moving King County 2000". . . . . . The law . RCW 82.80.010 allows for a "motor vehicle and special fuel tax". This allows the King County Council to levy this local option gas tax subject to approval of a majority of registered county voters. The levy is 10% of the state motor fuel tax rate. For all of King County, this is 2.3 cents per gallon, or about $21M per year ($21M pooled for a 20 year bond issue would raise about $300M). The State Treasurer distributes funds monthly to the county and the cities based on their relative populations. King County's portion of the population for funding is defined as 1.5 times the unincorporated population. Conversely, some state legislators have indicated they should not raise the state gas tax until local agencies have exercised options available to them to raise transportation funds locally. The funds may be used for transportation purposes (RCW 82.80.070) and are "not limited to the following: The operation and preservation (asphalt overlays) ofroads....new construction, reconstruction and expansion of city streets....high capacity transit improvements and programs....and planning, design and acquisition of right of way..." . . . Issues . Referendum 49 is on the November ballot and has no direct allocation to cities for transportation. Do cities want to consider other transportation funding source options and at this time? A local option gas tax is one transportation funding option. As cities receive the funds monthly, it is the best way for cities to receive transportation funds. There is no time- . . consuming competing for funds one may not receive. The known monthly income allows cities to plan the implementation of future projects. Will a local option gas tax result in the legislature not raising the state gas tax? Legislators may feel their responsibility is reduced, and King County legislators may not want to impose a second gas tax increase. Small cities with small amounts of local option gas tax receipts may have to accumulate funds to do preservation (asphalt overlay) projects or use them as matching funds for larger projects. Larger cities can use the funds in many ways. All cities could contribute to inter-jurisdictional projects. Referendum 49 has no list of projects for voters to consider. The House of Representatives had a list that was never adjusted and agreed to by the Senate. The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) only has the system plan projects and no list for Referendum 49. King County has no project list at this time suitable for a local option gas tax consideration. Will King County use the funds to improve roads into rural areas and thereby provide better access for development in rural areas? This is counter to the Growth Management Act, which encourages development in urban areas ans not rural areas. . . . . Pooling all cities local option gas tax funds with King County raises additional issues, such as: 1. If cities only want to develop a regional list of projects in order to improve voter support, will King County agree not to pool funds? The cities will be responsible to the voters to fund their projects with their own funds. 2. By pooling funds, will the cities have to compete for their own money to get projects they need done? Will competitive criteria be introduced that may result in higher priority projects being constructed elsewhere? 3. Who makes the decisions if funds are pooled? Who decides on selection criteria and which projects are funded? Will decision control change as King County's percent of population declines? 4. Are the cities funds pooled forever? Should time limits be set? Have only a one-time bond issue? 5. Pooling all S21M for a 20 year bond issue could construct about S300M of regional projects sooner. Is this legally possible at present? King County needs to research this issue. Is this the most beneficial alternative to cities? Do all cities want to commit all their revenues for 20 years? 6. Can King County provide assurance that optional gas tax revenues will not supplant other funding so that their planned transportation funds can be used for other purposes?