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Council PKT 12-15-1998 Special/Regular I City of Federal Way City Council Meeting AGENDA co UN CILMEM.BERS Ron Gintz, Mayor Jeanne Burbidge Linda Kachmar. Jack Dovey Michael Park Mary Gates Phil Watkins CITY MANAGER Kenneth E. Nyberg Office of the City Clerk December 15, 1998 I AGENDA FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL Council Chambers - City Hall December 15, 1998 (www.d.federal-way. wa. us) ***** ~¡.......-,.. A T IN - 5~15 Dam 1. II. a. b. III. CALL MEETING TO ORDER EXECUTIVE SESSION City Manager Evaluation/Pursuant to RCW 42.30. 1 lO(I)(g) Potential Litigation/Pursuant to RCW 42.30.11O(1)(i) ADJOURNMENT ***** UIiT';'III,AR l\II........ .I~(';' - 7:00 D.m 1. CALL MEETING TO ORDER II. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE III. PRESENT A TION Economic Development Update IV, CITIZEN COMMENT PLEASE COMPLETE THE PINK SLIP & PRESENT TO THE DEPUTY CLERK PRIOR TO SPEAKING. Citizens may address City Council at this time. When recognized by the Mayor, please come forward to the podium, adjust the microphone to proper height, and state your name and address for the record. PLEASE LIMIT YOUR REMARKS TO THREE f3) MINUTES. The Mayor may interrupt citizen comments that continue too long, relate negatively to other individuals, or are otherwise inappropriate. over please. . . I V. a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. 1. J. VI. a. b. c. VII. a. VIII. IX. CONSENT AGENDA (ltems listed below have been previously reviewed by a COWICil Committee of three members and brought before full Council for approval; all items will be enacted by one motion; individual items may be removed by a Councilmember for separate discussion and subsequent motion.) Minutes/December 1, 1998 Regular Meeting Voucher/December 15, 1998 Monthly Financial Report/Month of October 1998 Government Access Channel Policies Sister City/ Approval to Negotiate with Tonghae Weyerhaeuser Truck Route Revision Request Cafe Pacific Catering Contract!1999-2000 Agreement Extension SW 336th St Construction Contract/Final Acceptance & Retainage Release Lloyd Enteq>rises/Street Maintenance Contract Extension CTR Professional Services Agreement with KC/Metro CITY COUNCIL BUSINESS Goldmine Thai Restaurant Business License Denial Appeal/Findings & Conclusions Economic Development Council (EDC) Nominations 1999- 2000 Human Services/Allocation of Additional Funding 0 RD IN AN CES Council Bill #205/1998 Comprehensive Plan Amendments/Enactment Ordinance AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCil.. OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON, ADOPTING AMENDMENTS TO THE CITY'S GROWfH MANAGEMENT ACT COMPREHENSNE PLAN, ADOPTING AMENDMENTS TO DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS CONTAINED IN CHAPTERS 20 AND 22 OF THE FEDERAL WAY CITY CODE, AND ADOPTING AMENDMENTS TO THE CITY'S ZONING MAP. b. Council Bill #206/Weyerhaeuser Annexation Development Agreement!North/ Enactment Ordinance AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCil.. OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON, APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO EXECUTE A DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT WITH THE WEYERHAEUSER COMPANY AND THE FEDERAL WAY FIRE DISTRICT NO. 39. c. Council Bill #208/Weyerhaeuser Annexation Adoption/North/Enactment Ordinance AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON, ANNEXING APPROXIMATELY 25.7 ACRES LOCATED BETWEEN SOUTH 320TH STREET, INTERSTATE 5, MILITARY ROAD, AND SOUTH 316TH STREET. CITY MANAGER REPORT CITY COUNCIL REPORTS X. ADJOURNMENT .. THE COUNCIL MA Y ADD AND TAKE ACTION ON OTHER ITEMS NOT LISTED ON THE AGENDA .. MEETING DATE: December 15, 1998 ITEM# ~) """"""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""",""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""..............................................."......,........ CITY OF FEDERAL WAY City Council AGENDA ITEM ... ~~~~~!..:..~.~~t ç?~~~.~~.~.~~~.~~f? ..~~~~~~.~........................... """""""""""""""""" """"""" """" """"" ..... """"""""" """"""""""""""""'" CATEGORY: BUDGET IMP ACT: l CONSENT ORDINANCE _BUSINESS HEARING FYI RESOLUTION ST AFF REPORT _PROCLAMATION STUDY SESSION OTHER Amount Budgeted: $ N/ A Expenditure Amt: $ N/ A Contingency Reqd: $N/ A .........................................................................."......................"""""""""""""",""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""'""""""""""""""""""""""""""""'" ATTACHMENTS: Minutes of December 1, 1998 Regular City Council Meeting. 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(BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: APPROVED DENIED T ABLEDIDEFERREDINO ACTION COUNCIL BILL # 1st Reading Enactment Reading ORDINANCE # RESOLUTION # DR AFT FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING Council Chambers - City HaD December 1, 1998 - 7:00 PM MINUTES ***** I. CALL MEETING TO ORDER Mayor Ron Gintz called the regular meeting of the Federal Way City Council to order at 7:07 PM in the Council Chambers, City Hall, Federal Way, Washington. Councilmembers present: Mayor Ron Gintz, Deputy Mayor Michael Park, Councilmembers Jeanne Burbidge, Jack Dovey, Mary Gates, Linda Kochmar and Phil Watkins. Staff present: City Manager Kenneth Nyberg, Deputy City Manager Philip Keightley, City Attorney Londi Lindell, Deputy City Attorney Bob Sterbank, and City Clerk Chris Green, and Deputy City Clerk Laura Ulanowski. II. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE Jr Girl Scout Troop #1994 Jr. Girl Scout Troop #1994 led the Pledge of Allegiance. III. CITIZEN COMMENT Joann Piquette - thanked Council for restoring the arts budget and commended staff support of the Arts Commission. Barbara Reid - thanked all volunteers who participated in working on Celebration Park. H. David Kaplin - announced the City has surpassed its fund-raising goal of $350,000.00 for Celebration Park with a month to go in the campaign. Total collected thus far is $351,773.00. Fred Williams - spoke in opposition to the gambling tax ordinance. Steve Griffith, PI Pockets - opposed to the gambling tax ordinance. Rocco Pangello, PJ Pockets- opposed to the gambling tax ordinance and discussed the economic impact such a tax would have on gambling businesses. City Council Regular Meeting December 1, 1998 - Page 2 Ben Morris - opposed to gambling tax and urged Council to examine the issue closer before making a decision. Mayor Gintz read a letter into the record from Russ Rodgers opposing the gambling tax ordinance. Jeff Wise, Recreational Gaming Association - read a statement into the record opposing the gambling tax. Senator Ray Schow - urged caution in increasing the gambling tax. Chris Pallis - opposed gambling tax increase. Leslie Meik - urged Council to reconsider gambling tax increase and examine the issue further before making a final decision. Jim Routos - opposed to gambling tax increase. Ray Orme - opposed to gambling tax increase and stated it would also affect business supported by gambling operations. Fred Steiner - opposed to gambling tax increase. John S. Vertreer- opposed to gambling tax increase. Lawrence Wilson - stated if gambling tax is increased, some of the funds raised should go to help people with gambling addictions. IV. a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. 1. J. CONSENT AGENDA Minutes/November 17. 1998 Regular Meeting - Approved Resolution/Fee Schedule - Approved Resolution No. 98-281 SW 340th St Regional Storage Facility/Final Prolect Acceptance-Approved Hoyt Rd/340th St Interlocal Agreement with City of Tacoma-Approved Street Sweeping Contract Extension for 1999-Approved Council Bill #200/Shoreline Management Program & Regulations/ Enactment Ordinance-Approved with Amendments Ord No. 323 Council Bill #202/1998 Final Biennium Budget Adjustment/Enactment Ordinance - Approved Ord No. 98-324 Council Bill #203/ 1999-2000 Biennial Budget/Enactment Ordinance -Approved Ord No. 98-325 Council Bill #204/1999 Property Tax Rate/Enactment Ordinance-Approved Ord No. 98-326 Council Bill #207/Weyerhaeuser Annexation Development Agreement/South/ City Council Regular Meeting December I, 1998 - Page 3 Enactment Ordinance -Approved Ord No. 98-327 (with amended language) Council Bill #209/Weyerhaeuser Annexation AdoptionlSouthlEnactmentOrdinance- Approved Ord No. 98-328 High Point Final Plat Approval/Resolution- Approved Resolution No. 98-282 1999 Transportation Improvement Projects/Grant Applications-Approved k. 1. m. MOTION BY COUNCILMEMBER DOVEY TO APPROVE THE CONSENT AGENDA. COUNCILMEMBER WATKINS SECOND. Councilmember Watkins pulled consent item (b). Councilmember Gates pulled consent item (j). Councilmember Burbidge pulled consent item (t). The motion to approve consent items (a),(c),(d),(e),(g),(h),(i),(k),(l),(m) carried as follows: Burbidge Gates Kochmar Watkins yes yes yes yes Dovey Gintz Park yes yes yes Consent Item (b) - Fee Schedule Resolution - COUNCILMEMBER WATKINS MOVED TO APPROVE THE UPDATED FEE SCHEDULE. COUNCILMEMBER GATES SECOND. The motion carried as follows: Burbidge Gates Kochmar Watkins yes yes yes yes Dovey Gintz Park yes yes yes Consent Item (t) - Shoreline Management Program and Regulations Ordinance - MOTION BY COUNCILMEMBER WATKINS TO APPROVE CONSENT ITEM (t). COUNCILMEMBER GATES SECOND. MOTION TO AMEND BY COUNCILMEMBER BURBIDGE TO APPROVE SHORELINE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM & REGULATIONS ORDINANCE WITH AMENDED LANGUAGE TO SECTION 18-165.04. COUNCILMEMBER GATES SECOND. City Council Regular Meeting December 1, 1998 - Page 4 MOTION BY MAYOR GINTZ TO AMEND THE AMENDMENT TO STATE THAT THE LANGUAGE IN THE AMENDMENT TO THE ORDINANCE IS SUBSTANTIALLY IN FORM THE SAME LANGUAGE. COUNCILMEMBERBURBIDGESECOND. The motion to amend the amendment carried as follows: Burbidge Gates Kochmar Watkins yes yes yes yes Dovey Gintz Park yes yes yes The motion to amend the language in Section 18-165.04 carried as follows: Burbidge Gates Kochmar Watkins yes yes yes yes Dovey Gintz Park yes yes yes The main motion to approve the ordinance with the amendments carried as follows: Burbidge Gates Kochmar Watkins yes yes yes yes Dovey Gintz Park yes yes yes Consent Item (j) - Weyerhaeuser Annexation Development Agreement South - MOTION BY COUNCILMEMBER GATES TO APPROVE CONSENT ITEM (j). COUNCILMEMBER DOVEY SECOND. MOTION TO BY COUNCILMEMBER GATES TO AMEND ORDINANCE LANGUAGE IN EXHIBIT A, PARAGRAPH 1.2 WITH THE FOLLOWING: "VESTING - THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY ACKNOWLEDGES THAT WEYERHAEUSER WOULD HA VE THE RIGHT PRIOR TO THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THE ANNEXATION TO APPLY TO KING COUNTY FOR APPROVAL TO DEVELOP THE WEYERHAEUSER PROPERTY. THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY AND WEYERHAEUSER AGREE THAT IN LIEU OF, BUT NOT IN ADDITION TO, MAKING SUCH APPLICATION TO KING COUNTY, WEYERHAEUSER MAY APPLY TO THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY WHICH SHALL PROCESS SUCH APPLICATION ACCORDING TO THE PROVISIONS OF THIS AGREEMENT AND THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY CODE PROVISIONS AS OF THE DATE FEDERAL WAY DEEMS THE WEYERHAEUSER APPLICATION COMPLETE. FEDERAL WAY SHALL BE ENTITLED TO RECOVER ALL COSTS INCURRED IN SUCH PROCESS. FEDERAL WAY'S AGREEMENT IN THIS PARAGRAPH IS SUBJECT TO WRITTEN CONCURRENCE OF KING COUNTY. IN THE EVENT THA T WEYERHAEUSER APPLIES TO THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY PURSUANT TO THIS PARAGRAPH, City Council Regular Meeting December 1, 1998 - Page 5 " WEYERHAEUSER AGREES TO WAIVE AND NOT TO ASSERT AGAINST THE CITY, ANY AND ALL VESTED RIGHTS THAT MIGHT OTHERWISE BE OBTAINED UNDER THE KING COUNTY CODE INCLUDING ZONING AND/OR DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS CONTAINED THEREIN, AND WEYERHAEUSERAPPLIED TO KING COUNTY PRIOR TO THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THE ANNEXATION. " COUNCILMEMBER DOVEY SECOND. The motion to amend carried as follows: Burbidge Gates Kochmar Watkins yes yes yes yes Dovey Gintz Park The main motion with amended language carried as follows: Burbidge Gates Kochmar Watkins yes yes yes yes Dovey Gintz Park yes yes yes yes yes yes MOTION BY MAYOR GINTZ TO ADD AN ITEM TO THE AGENDA UNDER COUNCIL BUSINESS - RESPONSE TO LETTER FROM PAUL TANAKA, DEPUTY KING COUNTY EXECUTIVE. COUNCILMEMBER GATES SECOND. The motion carried as follows: Burbidge Gates Kochmar Watkins yes yes yes yes Dovey Gintz Park v. PUBLIC HEARINGS yes yes yes a. Goldmine Thai Restaurant Business License Denial Appeal Staff Presentation Applicant Presentation City Council Deliberation Mayor Gintz opened the public hearing at 8:45 PM. Applicant Lyla Yang asked Council to overturn the Hearing Examiners decision and grant her a business license for a restaurant only. Deputy City Attorney Bob Sterbank addressed the Council regarding the Hearing Examiners decision to deny the business license application to Ms. Yang, stating she had misrepresented her purposes behind the application on several points and failed to state she intended to open a casino. City Council Regular Meeting December 1, 1998 - Page 6 Mr. Sterbank asked Council to uphold the Hearing Examiners decision. Ms. Yang readdressed the Council stating she did not intend to open a casino until a later date but had to remodel the entire structure prior to opening any part of the business and it was her intention to open a restaurant first. Council will take under advisement and rule at the Regular City Council meeting on December 15, 1998. COUNCILMEMBER WATKINS MOVED TO CLOSE THE PUBLIC HEARING. COUNCILMEMBER GATES SECOND. The motion carried as follows: Burbidge Gates Kochmar Watkins yes yes yes yes Dovey Gintz Park yes yes yes Mayor Gintz closed the Public Hearing at 9:33 PM. MOTION BY COUNCILMEMBER DOVEY THAT COUNCIL DISCUSS ISSUE AT A DATE PRIOR TO DECEMBER 15, 1998. COUNCILMEMBER KOCHMAR SECOND. The motion carried as follows: Burbidge Gates Kochmar Watkins b. yes yes yes yes Dovey Gintz Park yes yes yes So 344th Street Vacation Staff Report Citizen Comment City Council Deliberation Mayor Gintz opened the public hearing at 9:40 PM. Street Systems Manager Ken Miller addressed the Council and described the location of the proposed street vacation requested by the Quadrant Corporation. City Attorney Londi Lindell explained approval of the street vacation would allow the City Attorney's Office to prepare the ordinance and have Quadrant pay the necessary required fees for the street vacation prior to actual ordinance approval. Susan Eckle, Quadrant Corporation - stated they are in favor of the street vacation. City Council Regular Meeting December 1, 1998 - Page 7 '-~ MOTION BY MAYOR GINTZ TO CLOSE THE PUBLIC HEARING. COUNCILMEMBER DOVEY SECOND. The motion carried as follows: Burbidge Gates Kochmar Watkins yes yes yes yes Dovey Gintz Park yes yes yes MOTION BY COUNCILMEMBER WATKINS TO ALLOW CITY ATTORNEY TO PREPARE THE ORDINANCE GRANTING THE STREET V ACA TION SUBJECT TO PAYMENT BY QUADRANT OF 100% OF THE APPRAISED VALUE OF THE AREA TO BE VACATED. COUNCILMEMBER DOVEY SECOND. The motion carried as follows: Burbidge Gates Kochmar Watkins yes yes yes yes Dovey Gintz Park yes yes yes .' MOTION BY COUNCILMEMBER GATES TO SUSPEND THE RULES TO ALLOW THE MEETING TO GO PAST 10:00 PM. COUNCILMEMBER DOVEY SECOND. The motion carried as follows: Burbidge Gates Kochmar Watkins yes yes yes yes Dovey Gintz Park VI. ORDINANCES yes yes yes Council Bill #205/1998 Comprehensive Plan Amendments/Enactment Ordinance AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON, ADOPTING AMENDMENTS TO THE CITY'S GROWTH MANAGEMENT ACT COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, ADOPTING AMENDMENTS TO DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS CONTAINED IN CHAPTERS 20 AND 22 OF THE FEDERAL WAY CITY CODE, AND ADOPTING AMENDMENTS TO THE CITY'S ZONING MAP. a. MOTION BY COUNCILMEMBER WATKINS TO APPROVE ORDINANCE ADOPTING THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENTS. COUNCILMEMBER BURBIDGE SECOND. City Council Regular Meeting December 1, 1998 - Page 8 MOTION BY COUNCILMEMBER KOCHMAR TO AMEND THE MOTION TO PULL TWO SECTIONS FOR DISCUSSION. COUNCILMEMBER WATKINS SECOND. City Attorney Londi Lindell explained that the motion is to remove two specific sections from the comprehensive plan amendments, and each must be voted up or down separately. Councilmember Dovey asked to hear from public prior to voting on the amendments. John Lape, Architect for Courtyard Village - asked Council to approve abandoning the Right of Way at 341 st Street to allow for 280 senior housing units to be accessed via 19th. Jodi Putnam - supports not having 34Pt Street as a thoroughfare. Peter Orser - Quadrant Corporation - asked Council to table decision on Weyerhaeuser Annexation Development Agreement North as it relates to the comprehensive plan amendments. Jeff Hawkins - stated Courtyard Village Developers could not do the project if the 34Pt Street stayed as it is in the comprehensive plan. Councilmember Kochmar withdrew her motions to remove sections for discussion purposes. MOTION BY COUNCILMEMBER GATES TO POSTPONE DECISION ON THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENTS, WEYERHAEUSER ANNEXATION DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT NORTH AND WEYERHAEUSER ANNEXATION ADOPTION NORTH UNTIL THE DECEMBER 15, 1998 CITY COUNCIL MEETING TO ALLOW FOR FURTHER CLARIFICATION AND DISCUSSION. COUNCILMEMBER DOVEY SECOND. The motion carried as follows: Burbidge Gates Kochmar Watkins yes yes yes yes Dovey Gintz Park yes yes yes b. Council Bill #206/Weyerhaeuser Annexation Development Agreement/North/ Enactment Ordinance AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON, APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO EXECUTE A DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT WITH THE WEYERHAEUSER COMPANY AND THE FEDERAL WAY FIRE DISTRICT NO. 39. Discussion and Decision Postponed until the December 15, 1998 City Council Meeting. City Council Regular Meeting December 1, 1998 - Page 9 Council Bill #208/W eyerhaeuser AnnexationAdoption/N orth/EnactmentOrdinance AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, W ASHINGTON,ANNEXING APPROXIMATELY 25.7 ACRES LOCA TED BETWEEN SOUTH 320TH STREET, INTERSTATE 5, MILITARY ROAD, AND SOUTH 316TH STREET. c. Discussion and Decision Postponed until the December 15, 1998 City Council Meeting. d. Council Bill #210/Gambling Tax Code Amendment/Enactment Ordinance- Approved Ord No. 98-329 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON, AMENDING FEDERAL WAY CITY CODE CHAPTER 14, SECTION 14-144, REGARDING THE TAX RATE ON SOCIAL CARD GAMES (AMENDS ORDINANCES 90-15, 90-44,91-101, 96-268, 96-279, 97-286, AND 97-301). MOTION BY COUNCILMEMBER GATES TO APPROVE ENACTMENT OF THE GAMBLING TAX CODE AMENDMENT AT 20% ON SOCIAL CARD GAMES. COUNCILMEMBER BURBIDGE SECOND. Issue was discussed between Council and audience. MOTION BY COUNCILMEMBER DOVEY TO RAISE THE TAX TO 15% - WITHDRAWN . - MOTION BY COUNCILMEMBER DOVEY TO TABLE THE ISSUE FOR 90 DAYS AND REVISIT AT THE END OF 90 DAYS. MAYOR GINTZ SECOND. The motion failed 5-2 as follows: Burbidge Gates Kochmar Watkins no no no no Dovey Gintz Park yes yes no The main motion carried 5-2 as follows: Burbidge Gates Kochmar Watkins yes yes yes yes Dovey Gintz Park no no yes City Council Regular Meeting December 1, 1998 - Page 10 VII. COUNCIL BUSINESS (Added Item) MOTION BY COUNCILMEMBER DOVEY TO APPROVE LETTER TO PAUL TANAKA OF KING COUNTY EXECUTIVE'S OFFICE. COUNCILMEMBER GATES SECOND. The motion carried as follows: Burbidge Gates Kochmar Watkins yes yes yes yes Dovey Gintz Park yes yes yes VIII. CITY MANAGER REPORT City Manager Kenneth Nyberg recapped citizen comments of the November 17, 1998 City Council meeting and announced Council would have an executive session regarding potential litigation pursuit to RCW 42.30. 1IO(l)(i) expected to last approximately 10 minutes with no action expected. V. CITY COUNCIL REPORTS Councilmember Dovey stated the next meeting of the Parks/Recreation/Human Services/Public Safety Committee is scheduled for December 14, 1998. Councilmember Watkins stated the next meeting of the Land Use/Transportation Committee is scheduled for December 7, 1998. Councilmember Burbidge stated she will attend a Sound Transit meeting on December 2, 1998. Councilmember Gates announced the next meeting of the Finance/Economic Development Committee is scheduled for December 8, 1998. Councilmember Kochmar thanked Parks staff for the tour of Celebration Park. Council moved to executive session at 11 :45 PM. IX. EXECUTIVE SESSION - (Added Item) Potential Litigation - Pursuant to RCW 42.30. 110(l)(i) At 12:00 midnight Philip Keightley announced another 5 minutes necessary. Council reconvened at 12:05 PM. City Council Regular Meeting December I, 1998 - Page II x. ADJOURNMENT There being no further business before the Federal Way City Council, the meeting adjourned at 12:05 AM. Laura Ulanowski, Deputy City Clerk ... ~~~.!.~.~ 9... P..~ !.~.~. .P.~.~~Þ.~~.}~?. .!.~.~.~........................ ............... }.T~M~.-.:..J? Ø:-} ..........................."..... CITY OF FEDERAL WAY City Council AGENDA ITEM SUBJECT: VOUCHER .........................................."........................................................................................................................................................,... .....",................................................... CATEGORY: BUDGET IMPACT: X CONSENT ORDINANCE BUSINESS HEARING FYI RESOLUTION STAFF REPORT PROCLAMATION STUDY SESSION OTHER Amount Budgeted: $ 4,318,186.75 Expenditure Amt: $ 4,318,186.75 Contingency Reqd: """""""""""""".......................................................",.............................................................................."................................................. ......................................".... ATTACHMENTS: VOUCHER LIST """""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""......................................................................"................................................................................. ......".... SUMMARY /BACKGROUND: I, the undersigned, do hereby certify under penalty of perjury that the materials have been furnished, the services rendered, or the labor performed as described herein and that the claims are just and due obligations against the City of Federal Way Washi that I am authorized to authenticate and certify to said claims. I " M CITY COUNCIL COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: ... 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MASS B 5,484.39 5,484.39 Voucher: Bank Code: key 143180 10/21/98 000175 WA STATE-LICENSE DEPT/FED W MSFIN-PLAT 10/21/98 MSFIN-LICENSE PLATES:P 77.55 77.55 Voucher: Bank Code: key 143181 10/28/98 000851 WA STATE-PATROL 000168 09/27/98 PS-REIMB FBI COSTS FOR 528.00 528.00 Voucher: Bank Code: key 143182 10/28/98 000051 PUGET SOUND ENERGY PWT-POLE F 08/27/98 PWT:PROCESSING FEE:POL 100.00 100.00 Voucher: Bank Code: key 143183 10/30/98 000001 ALL NIGHT PRINTERY INC 609 09/11/98 CDB-BLDG PERMITS/CONTI 1,517.90 Voucher: Bank Code: key 584 09/16/98 CDB/CONTINUOUS FORMS/B 105.43 1,623.33 143184 10/30/98 000004 ASSOC OF WASHINGTON CITIES 11192 10/06/98 PWSWM:SEMINAR FEE:RENS 15.00 Voucher: Bank Code: key 11134 10/05/98 CC-AWC LEGIS MTG REG:K 50.00 11193 10/06/98 PWSWM:SEMINAR FEE:M SA 15.00 80.00 143188 10/30/98 000007 BOISE CASCADE OFFICE PRODUC 440553 09/30/98 MIS/DP-OFFICE SUPPLIES 14.03 Voucher: Bank Code: key 475083 09/30/98 CDA-OFFICE SUPPLIES 103.07 t 556851 09/30/98 CDA-OFFICE SUPPLIES 67.10 482823 09/30/98 MSDP-RICOH TYPE 30 FAX 430.06 ~ 722484 09/30/98 MIS/DP-OFFICE SUPPLIES 10.42 439929 09/30/98 MSDP(ALL)-HIGH QUALITY 43.33 jv 440469 09/30/98 MIS/DP-OFFICE SUPPLIES 43.27 439583 09/30/98 MSDP(PK/REC)-XEROX FAX 68.86 477589 09/30/98 LAW-OFFICE SUPPLIES 88.34 488268 09/30/98 LAW-OFFICE SUPPLIES 8.25 488319 09/30/98 LAW-CREDIT:SEE INV 477 -17.24 510393 09/30/98 LAW-OFFICE SUPPLIES 5.40 514627 09/30/98 CM-OFFICE SUPPLIES 139.13 518188 09/30/98 CM-OFFICE SUPPLIES 31.08 576748 09/30/98 CM-OFFICE SUPPLIES 3.52 475009 09/30/98 MSC-OFFICE SUPPLIES 36.23 479346 09/30/98 MSC-OFFICE SUPPLIES 9.13 459495 09/30/98 CDA-OFFICE SUPPLIES 66.73 492642 09/30/98 CDB-OFFICE SUPPLIES 5.07 593581 09/30/98 CDA-OFFICE SUPPLIES 22.48 651300 09/30/98 CDB-OFFICE SUPPLIES 130.99 657781 09/30/98 CDA-OFFICE SUPPLIES 2.16 668544 09/30/98 CDA-OFFICE SUPPLIES -58.79 706973 09/30/98 CDA-OFFICE SUPPLIES 1. 06 469954 09/30/98 MSA-OFFICE SUPPLIES 8.09 569760 09/30/98 MSF-OFFICE SUPPLIES 247.91 683641 09/30/98 MSA-OFFICE SUPPLIES 18.20 537858 09/30/98 MSF-OFFICE SUPPLIES 25.50 474378 09/30/98 SS-RECYCLED WHITE COPI 197.65 ----------- --------------------------------------------------- .-------------------------------------------------- ---------- Page: 1 0 chklst 10/30/1998 08:37:29 Check List CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Page: 2 ==================================================================================================================================== Check Date Vendor Invoice Inv.Date Description Amount Paid Check Total -------- -------- ------------------------------------ ---------- -------- ---------------------- --------------- ------------------ 143188 10/30/98 000007 BOISE CASCADE OFFICE PRODUC (continued) 581875 09/30/98 SS-RECYCLED WHITE COPI 169.42 584126 09/30/98 PKA-OFFICE SUPPLIES 40.66 638419 09/30/98 PKA-OFFICE SUPPLIES 49.39 481710 09/30/98 RCS-OFFICE SUPPLIES 111.73 543580 09/30/98 SS-RECYCLED WHITE COPI 84.71 532973 09/30/98 PKM-OFFICE SUPPLIES 35.19 665931 09/30/98 DBC-OFFICE SUPPLIES 643.09 681139 09/30/98 DBC-OFFICE SUPPLIES -32.60 681183 09/30/98 DBC-OFFICE SUPPLIES 46.78 687342 09/30/98 CDHS-OFFICE SUPPLIES 35.85 473442 09/30/98 HR-OFFICE SUPPLIES 27.86 711403 09/30/98 HR-OFFICE SUPPLIES 34.70 516450 09/30/98 SS-RECYCLED WHITE COPI 122.72 442149 09/30/98 POL-OFFICE SUPPLIES 75.56 473579 09/30/98 POL-OFFICE SUPPLIES 6.95 497049 09/30/98 POL-OFFICE SUPPLIES 21.89 658119 09/30/98 POL-OFFICE SUPPLIES 32.11 577236 09/30/98 POL-OFFICE SUPPLIES 97.95 602796 09/30/98 POL-OFFICE SUPPLIES 72.89 616185 09/30/98 POL-OFFICE SUPPLIES 97.54 325807 09/30/98 POL-OFFICE SUPPLIES 19.50 444279 09/30/98 POL-OFFICE SUPPLIES 29.39 :to 479325 09/30/98 POL-OFFICE SUPPLIES 53.92 Cj 551376 09/30/98 POL-OFFICE SUPPLIES 19.32 640535 09/30/98 POL-OFFICE SUPPLIES 18.39 l.J 648625 09/30/98 POL-OFFICE SUPPLIES 67.51 474348 09/30/98 SS-RECYCLED WHITE COPI 225.89 619439 09/30/98 SS-RECYCLED WHITE COPI 112.94 479304 09/30/98 POL-OFFICE SUPPLIES 81.46 492683 09/30/98 POL-OFFICE SUPPLIES 95.54 498881 09/30/98 POL-OFFICE SUPPLIES 41.36 593068 09/30/98 POL-OFFICE SUPPLIES 109.76 609911 09/30/98 POL-OFFICE SUPPLIES 24.00 416777 09/30/98 MIS/DP-CREDIT:SEE INV -109.88 558833 09/30/98 PW-OFFICE SUPPLIESLIES 42.57 606727 09/30/98 PW/ADM-OFFICE SUPPLIES 20.53 649264 09/30/98 PW/ADM-OFFICE SUPPLIES 26.85 649266 09/30/98 PW/ADM-OFFICE SUPPLIES 3.10 672184 09/30/98 PW/ADM-OFFICE SUPPLIES 63.06 581351 09/30/98 CDB-OFFICE SUPPLIES 51.98 617451 09/30/98 PW/ADM-OFFICE SUPPLIES 39.65 502112 09/30/98 PW/ADM-OFFICE SUPPLIES 80.19 466353 09/30/98 PW/ADM-OFFICE SUPPLIES 140 . 37 646417 09/30/98 PW/ADM-OFFICE SUPPLIES 85.41 4,868.23 143189 10/30/98 000008 BOOK PUBLISHING COMPANY INC 30836 10/13/98 PS-5 SETS OF RCW BOOKS 1,140.30 1,140.30 Voucher: Bank Code: key ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Page: 2 0 chklst 10/30/1998 08:37:29 Check List CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Page: 3 ==================================================================================================================================== Check Date Vendor Invoice Inv.Date Description Amount Paid Check Total -------- -------- ------------------------------------ ---------- -------- ---------------------- --------------- ------------------ 143190 10/30/98 000016 IKON OFFICE SOLUTIONS, OF W 527549 10/08/98 PS-SHREDDER BAGS FOR W 68.96 Voucher: Bank Code: key 467635-1 08/27/98 MSDP-FAX MACHINE MAINT 132.13 467635-2 08/27/98 MS/SS-COPIER MAINT SVC 4,018.38 532515 10/14/98 PS-SHREDDER OIL FOR OF 65.16 479822-1 09/03/98 MSDP-FAX MACHINE MAINT 132.13 479822-2 09/03/98 MS/SS-COPIER MAINT SVC 2,691.71 483583-1 09/08/98 MSDP-FAX MACHINE MAINT 132.12 483583-2 09/08/98 MS/SS-COPIER MAINT SVC 2,919.15 526515-1 10/06/98 MSDP-FAX MACHINE MAINT 132.13 526515-2 10/06/98 MS/SS-COPIER MAINT SVC 3,004.25 13,296.12 143191 10/30/98 000027 ICBO-INT'L CONF BLDG OFFICI 1-99617200 08/18/98 CDB-BOOK 20.50 20.50 Voucher: Bank Code: key 143192 10/30/98 000029 KING MARKING SYSTEMS 136976 07/15/98 CDB-RUBBER STAMP 49.31 49.31 Voucher: Bank Code: key 143193 10/30/98 000033 FIRESAFE/FIRE & SAFETY 199342 10/09/98 PS-RECHARGE 5# ABC:PAT 14.63 14.63 Voucher: Bank Code: key 143194 10/30/98 000043 NEW LUMBER & HARDWARE CaMPA 075525 10/01/98 PKM-GROUNDS MAINT SUPP 18.08 Voucher: Bank Code: key 075572 10/02/98 DBC-FACILITY REPAIR SU 12.05 t-, 075776 10/06/98 PKM-GROUNDS MAINT SUPP 1. 02 073443 08/28/98 PKC-WATER FOUNTAIN REP 103.07 (---¡ 075521 10/01/98 PKM-GROUNDS MAINT SUPP 8.98 075506 10/01/98 PKM-GROUNDS MAINT SUPP 24.57 {:, 075851 10/07/98 PKM-GROUNDS MAINT SUPP 6.52 076090 10/10/98 PKM-GROUNDS MAINT SUPP 16.94 075922 10/07/98 PKM-GROUNDS MAINT SUPP 18.36 076001 10/08/98 PKM-GROUNDS MAINT SUPP -8.16 075094 09/24/98 MSFLT-S-HOOKS/SPRAY #4 14.61 075252 09/26/98 MSFLT-S-HOOKS/AEROSOL 9.65 074986 09/22/98 MSFLT-SCREWS/BOLTS #48 3.03 075044 09/24/98 MSFLT-CHAIN REPAIR ITE 14.26 075497 10/01/98 SWM-MAINT & REPAIR SUP 1,295.65 075425 09/30/98 SWM-MAINT & REPAIR SUP 18.26 076235 10/13/98 SWM-MAINT & REPAIR SUP 23.97 1,580.86 143196 10/30/98 000051 PUGET SOUND ENERGY 9702285500 09/22/98 DBC-THEATRE ELECTRICIT 1,502.23 Voucher: Bank Code: key 8260446603 10/08/98 RSS-KLCC FACILITY ELEC 626.92 8259388402 10/07/98 PKM-FACILITY ELECTRICI 1,133.24 8254576502 10/07/98 PKM-FACILITY ELECTRICI 227.13 8254579602 10/07/98 PKM-FACILITY ELECTRICI 20.71 8254591802 10/07/98 PKM-FACILITY ELECTRICI 6.64 8254597302 10/07/98 PKM-FACILITY ELECTRICI 46.77 8254597402 10/07/98 PKM-FACILITY ELECTRICI 5.37 9502193400 10/07/98 PKM-FACILITY ELECTRICI 174.07 8254576802 10/07/98 PKM/SLFS: FACILITY ELE 141. 78 9602122500 10/08/98 SWM-ELECTRICITY: FLOOD 18.41 . ----------- --------------------------------------------------. ---------------------------------.------------------ ' ,--------- Page: 3 0 chklst 10/30/1998 08:37:29 Check List CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Page: 4 Check Date Vendor ==================================================================================================================================== Amount Paid Check Total Invoice Inv.Date Description -------- -------- ------------------------------------ ---------- -------- ---------------------- --------------- ------------------ 143196 10/30/98 000051 i:- ~ \." 143197 10/30/98 000058 Voucher: 143198 10/30/98 000061 Voucher: 143199 10/30/98 000063 Voucher: 143200 10/30/98 000083 Voucher: PUGET SOUND ENERGY 8802021700 9102331800 8245512002 8260439202 8500247100 8500247200 8246949404 8259484203 8259484303 8259484403 8259484503 8259485003 8259484903 8259390802 8259482403 8259216502 8260429702 8903141200 9003766300 9200697900 9202593200 9300909500 9402368000 9501122000 9502239800 9600360900 8927601700 8253165102 8259460102 9401162900 9400473500 8260448402 9702285500 9702285500 SOUND OFFICE SUPPLY Bank Code: key 134724 10/14/98 10/14/98 10/08/98 10/08/98 10/08/98 10/08/98 10/07/98 10/08/98 10/08/98 10/08/98 10/08/98 10/08/98 10/08/98 10/08/98 10/05/98 10/07/98 10/09/98 10/07/98 10/01/98 10/06/98 10/06/98 10/06/98 10/06/98 10/06/98 10/09/98 10/07/98 10/08/98 10/14/98 10/15/98 10/16/98 10/16/98 10/14/98 10/21/98 09/23/98 PWT-POWER: STREETS LIG PWT-POWER: STREETS LIG PWT-POWER: STREETS LIG PWT-POWER: STREETS LIG PWT-POWER: STREETS LIG PWT-POWER: STREETS LIG POL-ELECTRICITY: POLICE POL-ELECTRICITY: POLICE POL-ELECTRICITY: POLICE POL-ELECTRICITY: POLICE POL-ELECTRICITY: POLICE POL-ELECTRICITY: POLICE POL-ELECTRICITY: POLICE PKM-FACILITY ELECTRICI POL-ELECTRICITY: POLICE PWT-POWER: STREETS LIG PWT-POWER: STREETS LIG PWT-POWER: STREETS LIG PWT-POWER: STREETS LIG PWT-POWER: STREETS LIG PWT-POWER: STREETS LIG PWT-POWER: STREETS LIG PWT-POWER: STREETS LIG PWT-POWER: STREETS LIG PWT-POWER: STREETS LIG PWT-POWER: STREETS LIG CHB-FACILITY NATURAL G PKM-FACILITY ELECTRICI PKM-FACILITY ELECTRICI PKM-FACILITY ELECTRICI PKM-FACILITY ELECTRICI CHB-FACILITY ELECTRICI DBC-THEATRE ELECTRICIT DBC-THEATRE ELECTRICIT 10/06/98 PKM-OFFICE SUPPLIES , WA STATE-REVENUE DEPARTMENT JUL-SEP 19 10/27/98 MSF/REMIT SALES/USE TA Bank Code: key CORPORATE EXPRESS Bank Code: key 88046310 88165240 10/12/98 MSF-PAYROLL ENV #10 WI 10/19/98 DP-LASER PRINTER TONER 09/28/98 MSFLT-PADLOCKS/KEYS-VA 10/08/98 MSFLT-DUPLICATE KEYS-V (continued) 133.63 151.26 129.98 155.46 95.73 89.78 28.76 1,025.50 88.02 105.27 183.88 161.50 92.49 908.27 62.48 187.27 106.43 165.68 9,282.50 97.56 227.43 125.28 246.07 48.53 30.46 97.18 71.37 25.22 958.88 3,057.85 5.37 7,516.39 1,630.21 1,502.23 32,697.19 100.86 LOCK SHOP (DBA) Bank Code: key 112770 404151 100.86 8,593.28 8,593.28 70.50 750.43 820.93 45.48 52.45 97.93 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Page: 4 0 chklst 10/30/1998 08:37:29 Check List CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Page: 5 Check Vendor ==================================================================================================================================== Check Total Date Invoice Inv.Date Description Amount Paid -------- -------- ------------------------------------ ---------- -------- ---------------------- --------------- ------------------ 143201 10/30/98 000089 Voucher: 143202 10/30/98 000096 Voucher: 143203 10/30/98 000097 Voucher: 143204 10/30/98 000101 Voucher: 1: 143205 10/30/98 000104 , Voucher: C, {, 143206 10/30/98 000106 Voucher: 143207 10/30/98 000109 Voucher: 143208 10/30/98 000112 Voucher: 143209 10/30/98 000125 Voucher: 143210 10/30/98 000142 Voucher: NEWS TRIBUNE Bank Code: key T122710NT T126913NT T918378NT* Tl24681NT T1l8889NT T125198NT T127086NT T127136NT T127843NT T127885NT T128443NT 10/14/98 10/14/98 05/04/98 10/18/98 10/01/98 10/10/98 10/14/98 10/14/98 10/15/98 10/15/98 10/16/98 MSC-CITY BUDGET NOTICE MSC-ORDINACE SUMMARY 9 MSP-RFB 98-108:VACUUM MSF-INSUR BROKER RFP-# CDL-NOTICE:GOLDEN STON CDL-LEGAL ADVERTISEMEN CDL-LEGAL ADVERTISEMEN CDL-LEGAL ADVERTISEMEN CDL-LEGAL ADVERTISEMEN CDL-LEGAL ADVERTISEMEN CDL-LEGAL ADVERTISEMEN 10/09/98 PKM-WATER SERVICE FOR 10/09/98 PKM-WATER SERVICE FOR 09/30/98 MIS-SOFTWARE LICENSE/U 09/30/98 MIS-SOFTWARE LICENSE/U 10/27/98 CDA-REIMB PETTY CASH F LOGREYRA, EDELINE M Bank Code: key OCT6-0CT20 10/20/98 LAW-DIST CT INTER PRETE SELECT TRAVEL INC Bank Code: key 810141013 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRICT Bank Code: key 29840-01 28323-01 10/14/98 PS-AIRFARE:RON POTTS M 10/01/98 MSFLT-ADDL EQP/KEYS 10/14/98 PKM-REKEYABLE PADLOCKS 10/16/98 FLT/POL-LIGHT REPAIR:M 10/26/98 10/26/98 10/21/98 10/21/98 10/21/98 10/21/98 10/28/98 10/28/98 10/29/98 10/29/98 ----------- ---------------------------------------------------1 - - --- - - ---------- - --- -. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -.' EDEN SYSTEMS INC Bank Code: key 003960 003959 PETTY CASH Bank Code: key 000597 ACTIVE SECURITY CONTROL (DB 11347 Bank Code: key 11360 FOCS25673 PACIFIC COAST FORD INC Bank Code: key KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVISIO 9863101 10/06/98 MIS/POL-SEA/KING DATAB Bank Code: key 9862010 09/22/98 POL-K/C JAIL SERVICES 9847495-JU 09/30/98 POL-K/C JAIL SERVICES- 9857127-1 09/09/98 CP-SIGNAGE 9857127-2 09/09/98 PKDBC-FACILITY SIGN 1/ CITY OF FED WAY-ADVANCE Bank Code: key TRA PWS-KENNIS PWS-FOSTER PS-CHOI PS-TUCKER PS-ELLENBE HR-MCDOUGA CDB-LEAHY PS-OWEN PS-HOAG PS-KLINE PWS-RD/ST MAINT SCHOOL PWS-RD/ST MAIN SCHOOL PS-FALL CRIME CONF/CHO PS-LEIRA CONF:TUCKER PS-LEIRA CONF:ELLENBER HR-REIMB ADV TRAVEL: M CDB-WABO FALL MTG/LEAH PS-ICVA CONF:B OWEN PS-CRIME PREV CONF/HOA PS-CRIME PREV CONF/KLI 122.50 91.00 420.51 185.84 159.25 133.32 217.00 239.75 134.75 218.75 134.75 42.85 13 .10 11,105.70 73.13 115.73 455.00 331.00 28.14 214.54 45.16 1,038.36 103,867.56 1,219.95 177.04 182.27 226.80 348.02 61.25 60.00 92.08 114.75 156.24 771.74 224.18 586.26 . 2,057.42 55.95 11,178.83 115.73 455.00 331.00 242.68 45.16 106,485.18 2,641.32 ---------- Page: 5 0 chklst 10/30/1998 08:37:30 Check List CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Page: 6 Check Date Vendor ==================================================================================================================================== Amount Paid Check Total Invoice Inv.Date Description -------- -------- ------------------------------------ ---------- -------- ---------------------- --------------- ------------------ 143211 10/30/98 000163 Voucher: 143212 10/30/98 000168 Voucher: 143213 10/30/98 000173 Voucher: 143214 10/30/98 000196 Voucher: 143215 10/30/98 000201 Voucher: -t ~\ ~ 143216 10/30/98 000202 Voucher: 143217 10/30/98 000220 Voucher: 143218 10/30/98 000228 Voucher: 143219 10/30/98 000229 Voucher: 143220 10/30/98 000241 Voucher: 143221 10/30/98 000259 Voucher: SEPT 1998 KING COUNTY DISTRICT COURT Bank Code: key DAILY JOURNAL OF COMMERCE I 3082726 Bank Code: key WEST PUBLISHING CORPORATION 25169025 Bank Code: key 25582111 25717867 25720222 26177876 FORTE RENTALS INC Bank Code: key KINKO'S INC Bank Code: key U S WEST COMMUNICATIONS Bank Code: key FW647690 KE551442 5151000385 5151000385 5151000385 5151000385 5151000385 5151000386 5151000388 5151000387 5151000386 5151000387 5151000383 5151000385 5151000384 10/12/98 LAW-DISTRICT COURT FIL 10/14/98 MSF-AD:INSUR BROKER RF 08/17/98 LAW-BOOKS WA PRAC V7&8 09/04/98 LAW-BOOKS ZONING & PLA 09/03/98 LAW-BOOKS ZONING & PLA 09/03/98 LAW-BOOKS ZONING & PLA 09/15/98 LAW-BOOKS ZONING & PLA 10/07/98 SWM-PROPANE/HEAT SHRIN 10/16/98 SWM-U-CART 1YD-5 SACK 10/02/98 10/06/98 10/06/98 10/05/98 10/07/98 10/08/98 10/16/98 10/13/98 10/07/98 10/16/98 09/28/98 10/02/98 09/29/98 POL-PRINTING SERVICES PKM-SPlRAL BIND DOCUME PKM-SPIRAL BIND DOCUME POL-PRINTING SERVICES POL-PRINTING SERVICES POL-PRINTING SERVICES POL-PRINTING SERVICES POL-PRINTING SERVICES PKRCS-COPY 1000 ATHLET PWD:COPIES OF PLANS: IN PWS:COPIES:JOBPADS:RIG CDPL-COPIES:COMP PLAN CDB-PRINTING SVCS 253-815-88 10/04/98 MIS-PHONES & DATA LINE 253-835-09 10/04/98 MIS-PHONES & DATA LINE 000001150B 10/16/98 PS-RM RESERV:OUT OF ST FEDERAL WAY EXECUTEL Bank Code: key SOUTH KING CNTY MULTI SVC C Q3:AG98-02 10/06/98 CDHS-SHELTER-FAMILY ST Bank Code: key FEDERAL WAY CHAMBER COMMERC 11:AG97-20 10/20/98 CM-CHAMBER EXECUTIVE S Bank Code: key KING COUNTY SEXUAL ASSAULT Bank Code: key WALL STREET JOURNAL Bank Code: key Q3:AG98-02 10/08/98 CDHS-SEXUAL ASSAULT SE 0422939747 10/19/98 MSF-1 YR SUBSCRIPTION; 32,991.90 32,991.90 293.70 293.70 56.20 135.96 59.73 59.73 21.18 332.80 5.86 86.88 92.74 56.47 7.60 16.16 97.74 10.32 45.61 102.90 92.31 819.93 16.29 28.72 66.66 15.54 1,376.25 80.38 27.34 107.72 485.72 485.72 7,500.00 7,500.00 6,250.00 6,250.00 7,000.00 7,000.00 175.00 175.00 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Page: 6 0 chklst 10/30/1998 08:37:30 Check List CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Page: 7 Check Vendor ==================================================================================================================================== Amount Paid Check Total Date Invoice Inv.Date Description -------- -------- ------------------------------------ ---------- -------- ---------------------- --------------- ------------------ 143222 10/30/98 000280 Voucher: 143223 10/30/98 000285 Voucher: 143224 10/30/98 000308 Voucher: 143225 10/30/98 000309 Voucher: 143226 10/30/98 000328 Voucher: 143227 10/30/98 000333 Voucher: 143228 10/30/98 000341 1.. Voucher: C, 143229 10/30/98 000343 ,'\: Voucher: 143230 10/30/98 000367 Voucher: 143231 10/30/98 000375 Voucher: 143232 10/30/98 000414 Voucher: ----------_J 10/10/98 MSHR-EMPLOY SECURITY Q WA STATE-EMPLOYMENT SECURIT 684072-00 Bank Code: key FEDERAL WAY FIRE DEPARTMENT CHB-PERMIT 10/15/98 CHB-FIRE CODE PERMIT/R Bank Code: key SUBURBAN CITIES ASSOCIATION 98-1010 Bank Code: key FINANCIAL SYSTEMS PRODUCTS Bank Code: key ERNIE'S FUEL STOPS (DBA) Bank Code: key BLT LOT SERVICE Bank Code: key SUNRISE SELF STORAGE Bank Code: key 074760 0007673 0008704 0007674 05761 UNIT #AO 8 200-SEPT ELEPHANT CAR WASH Bank Code: key IIMC-INT'L INST OF MUN CLER 4312 Bank Code: key WSBA-WA STATE BAR ASSOCIATI 14427 Bank Code: key 19514 23213 CAFE PACIFIC CATERING INC Bank Code: key 2658 2659 2660 2661 2662 2663 2664 2665 2666 2667 2668 2669 2670 2671 2672 2673 2674 10/15/98 CC-SCA DINNER MTG-PARK 09/16/98 MSC-REPAIR-MICROFICHE 09/30/98 FLT-FUEL FOR CITY VEHI 10/15/98 FLT-FUEL FOR CITY VEHI 09/30/98 FLT/POL-FUEL FOR POL V 09/30/98 PKM-WATER PLANTS/BPA T 10/15/98 PS-STORAGE RENTAL FEE 09/30/98 FLT/POL-FULL SVC CAR W 09/10/98 MSC-MEMBERSHIP DUES:CH 10/26/98 LAW-WSBA SECTION DUES 10/26/98 LAW-WSBA SECTION DUES 10/26/98 LAW-WSBA SECTION DUES 10/22/98 10/22/98 10/22/98 10/22/98 10/22/98 10/22/98 10/22/98 10/22/98 10/22/98 10/22/98 10/22/98 10/22/98 10/22/98 10/22/98 10/22/98 10/22/98 10/22/98 --------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------------------- Page: 7 DBC-CATERING:TACOMA SC DBC-CATERING SVCS:RENT DBC-CATERING SVCS:RENT DBC-CATERING SVCS:RENT DBC-CATERING SVCS:RENT DBC-CATERING SVCS:RENT DBC-C~TERING SVCS:RENT DBC-CATERING SVCS:RENT DBC-CATERING SVCS:RENT DBC-CATERING SVCS:RENT DBC-CATERING SVCS:RENT DBC-CATERING SVCS:RENT DBC-CATERING SVCS:RENT DBC-CATERING SVCS:RENT DBC-CATERING SVCS:RENT DBC-CATERING SVCS:RENT DBC-CATERING SVCS:RENT 6,151.75 6,151.75 65.00 65.00 150.00 150.00 156.99 156.99 1,256.31 1,076.78 2,764.76 5.097.85 282.36 282.36 135.00 135.00 890.95 890.95 135.00 135.00 85.00 50.00 20.00 155.00 12.76 35.76 112.81 -227.64 48.62 50.66 -78.70 336.72 361.25 323.20 714.00 393.50 191.25 159.50 249. 32 930.75 637.50 4,251.26 --------- 0 chklst 1Õ/30/1998 08:37:30 Check List CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Page: 8 ==================================================================================================================================== Check Date Vendor Invoice Inv.Date Description Amount Paid Check Total -------- -------- ------------------------------------ ---------- -------- ---------------------- --------------- ------------------ 143233 10/30/98 000423 PERSONNEL RESOURCE CONSULTI 02184 10/13/98 CM-CAREER GUIDANCE REP 575.00 Voucher: Bank Code: key 143234 10/30/98 000428 WRPA-WA REC & PARK ASSOC RLS-HUTTON 10/20/98 PKRLS/RENEW MEMBERSHIP 90.00 Voucher: Bank Code: key 143235 10/30/98 000438 DELI SMITH & CHOCOLATE JONE 0492 10/19/98 CM-LUNCH:BUDGET MEETIN 28.47 Voucher: Bank Code: key 0494 10/20/98 CC-DINNER:BUDGET MEETI 300.02 0473 10/08/98 PS-LUNCH:ORAL BOARDS 39.93 143236 10/30/98 000475 CUSTOM SECURITY SYSTEMS 2910038 09/01/98 RSS-KLCC ALARM MONITOR 59.74 Voucher: Bank Code: key 733566 09/01/98 DBC-THEATRE ALARM MONI 59.35 737410 10/01/98 DBC-THEATRE ALARM MONI 60.00 143237 10/30/98 000504 ORIENTAL GARDEN CENTER 044569 09/23/98 PKM-GROUNDS MOWER PART 60.43 Voucher: Bank Code: key 044599 09/24/98 PKM-GROUNDS MOWER PART 26.42 044800 09/30/98 PKM-GROUNDS EQUIPMENT 4.75 J 143238 10/30/98 000510 MENDENHALL, TERRI 92421 09/12/98 MSC-TAPE TRANSCRIPT/MO 108.60 Voucher: Bank Code: key l ~) 143239 10/30/98 000514 WA STATE-STATE REVENUES SEP 1998 10/14/98 MSF- REMIT STATE PORTI 62,351.65 , Voucher: Bank Code: key 143240 10/30/98 000533 PUGET SOUND SPECIALTIES INC 13863 10/06/98 PKM-BALLFIELD SUPPLIES 2,441.56 Voucher: Bank Code: key 143241 10/30/98 000541 WESTERN EQUIPMENT DISTRIBUT 141426 09/30/98 MSFLT-DRIVE SHART #484 503.48 Voucher: Bank Code: key 143243 10/30/98 000570 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (DB 37787 10/02/98 FLT/POL-LOF:M57259 #60 21.71 Voucher: Bank Code: key 37838 10/05/98 FLT/POL-CK BRAKES:M437 26.58 37866 10/06/98 FLT/POL-CK BRAKES:M437 30.04 37864 10/06/98 FLT/POL-LOF:M42106 #51 22.53 37884 10/06/98 FLT/POL-BRAKES/BATTERY 469.11 37938 10/08/98 FLT/POL-BULBS:M61276 # 8.85 37915 10/07/98 FLT/POL-TIRES:M57440 # 505.44 37916 10/07/98 FLT/PO~-TIRES:M57266 # 346.78 37899 10/07/98 FLT/POL-LOF/BELT:M2770 96.65 38129 10/14/98 FLT/POL-BRAKE SVC:M431 44.87 38096 10/13/98 FLT/POL-CALIPER/BRK:M4 321.23 38106 10/13/98 FLT/POL-COOLING SYSTEM 34.33 38105 10/13/98 FLT/POL-ALIGNMENT:M329 217.27 37983 10/09/98 FLT/POL-CHECK BRAKES/A 66.46 38029 10/10/98 FLT/POL-TRANS SVC:M415 69.49 38058 10/12/98 FLT/POL-LOF/AIR FILTER 35.28 38092 10/13/98 FLT/POL-LOF:M34983 #50 21.71 38079 10/12/98 FLT/POL-LOF:M47787 #50 21.71 575.00 90.00 368.42 179.09 91.60 108.60 62,351.65 2,441.56 503.48 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Page: 8 0 chklst 10/30/1998 08:37:30 Check List CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Page: 9 Check Vendor ==================================================================================================================================== Amount Paid Check Total Date Invoice Inv.Date Description -------- -------- ------------------------------------ ---------- -------- ---------------------- --------------- ------------------ 143243 10/30/98 000570 143244 10/30/98 000583 Voucher: 143245 10/30/98 000618 Voucher: 143246 10/30/98 000630 Voucher: 143247 10/30/98 000631 Voucher: t 143248 10/30/98 000650 L\ Voucher: , 143249 10/30/98 000652 v Voucher: 143250 10/30/98 000665 Voucher: 143251 10/30/98 000714 Voucher: 143252 10/30/98 000721 Voucher: 143253 10/30/98 000724 Voucher: 143254 10/30/98 000730 Voucher: 143255 10/30/98 000732 Voucher: EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (DB U-FRAME-IT Bank Code: key 37931 38110 38162 38163 38081 38207 367170 UNITED HORTICULTURAL SUPPLY 0909910 Bank Code: key LLOYD ENTERPRISES INC Bank Code: key 39693 39503 39492 10/08/98 10/13/98 10/15/98 10/15/98 10/12/98 10/16/98 FLT/POL-LOF/AIR FILTER FLT/POL-BRAKES:M41000 FLT/POL-CHG SYSTEM:M57 FLT/POL-CHG SYSTEM:M50 FLT/POL-TIRES:602/608/ FLT/POL-OIL COOLER LIN 09/17/98 CC-FRAMING OF 98 COUNC 10/08/98 PKM-THREE WAY RYE GRAS 10/23/98 PW-STREETS MAINTENANCE 10/06/98 PKM-EQUIPMENT RENTAL/B 10/07/98 PKM-CRUSHED ROCK/BPA T PRIMA-PUBLIC RISK MGMT ASSO MSF-DUNKER 10/01/98 MSF-MEMBERSHIP-JUDY DU Bank Code: key COASTLINE FORD TRACTOR Bank Code: key FWCCN Bank Code: key CHILD CARE RESOURCES Bank Code: key SKYHAWKS SPORTS ACADEMY Bank Code: key AMERICAN CONCRETE INC Bank Code: key 61839 10/13/98 MSFLT-IGNITION KEY #48 Q3:AG98-01 10/14/98 CDHS-JOB CENTER PROGRA Q3:AG98-00 10/12/98 CDHS-RESOURCE & REFERR RCS-100598 10/05/98 RSS-SPORTS CAMP COORD I 0054387 0054161 0054137 10/19/98 SWM-CONCRETE, CEMENT & 10/07/98 PWS-READY MIX CONCRETE 10/06/98 PWS-READY MIX CONCRETE HOMEGUARD SECURITY SERVICES 9880778400 10/13/98 Bank Code: key 9880752400 10/13/98 ENTRANCO Bank Code: key WASPC-WA ASSOC SHERIFFS & Bank Code: key 19670 198293 19788 198363 IVCOO1557 09/14/98 10/21/98 09/21/98 10/26/98 10/05/98 PW-CONSTRUCTION MGT-S PROJECT:GATEWAY CENTER PW/CIP-23RD AVE FINAL PW/CIP-23RD AVE FINAL POL-WASPC CaRR WKSHOP (continued) 33.65 122.95 33.23 33.23 263.18 147.75 2,994.03 147.35 147.35 151.65 151.65 48,376.26 1,190.00 1,484.21 220.00 51,050.47 220.00 8.43 8.43 335.00 335.00 2,250.00 2,250.00 27,910.33 27,910.33 390.96 273.13 210.28 874.37 19.95 19.95 39.90 2,956.94 588.85 1,244.36 1,267.31 6,057.46 50.00 50.00 --------- -----------. --------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------------------- Page: 9 0 chklst 10/30/1998 08:37:31 Check List CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Page: 10 Check Date Vendor ==================================================================================================================================== Amount Paid Check Total Invoice Inv.Date Description -------- -------- ------------------------------------ ---------- -------- ---------------------- --------------- ------------------ 143256 10/30/98 000744 Voucher: 143257 10/30/98 000783 Voucher: 143258 10/30/98 000792 Voucher: 143259 10/30/98 000799 Voucher: 143260 10/30/98 000804 Voucher: 1,143261 10/30/98 000847 , Voucher: (~143262 10/30/98 000851 ~ Voucher: 143263 10/30/98 000854 Voucher: 143264 10/30/98 000877 Voucher: 143265 10/30/98 000891 Voucher: 143266 10/30/98 000915 Voucher: 143267 10/30/98 000920 Voucher: 143268 10/30/98 000939 Voucher: SKILLPATH INC Bank Code: key 4005506 4005507 4005509 3999884 4012108 3999878 4012100 4027748 10/07/98 10/07/98 10/07/98 10/05/98 10/12/98 10/05/98 10/12/98 10/21/98 PKM-SEMINAR REGISTRATI PKM-SEMINAR REGISTRATI PKM-SEMINAR REGISTRATI PW/AD-CONF:K MESSINGER PS-CREDIBILITY COMPOSU PW/AD-REGISTRATION:J F PS-CREDIBILITY COMPOSU PS-ADMIN ASST CONF:J S 149.00 149.00 149.00 149.00 99.00 149.00 99.00 149.00 1,092.00 268.43 FEDERAL WAY DISPOSAL CO INC 8 003088 Bank Code: key BARRY'S TRUCKING & LANDSCAP 0130 Bank Code: key 1295 1289 CVWl72827 JET CHEVROLET Bank Code: key ROBERT H LEWIS & ASSOCIATES 537-98 Bank Code: key 08/31/98 CDB-DUMPSTER/ABATEMENT 09/22/98 PKM-EMERGENCY CLEAN-UP 10/20/98 PKM-TRUCKING/LANDSCAPI 10/20/98 PKM-TRUCKING/LANDSCAPI 09/22/98 MSFLT-DOOR BUSHINGS-VE 10/15/98 MSC-REPORT HEARING:LYL PERMIT 002 09/08/98 MSM&D-BULK MAIL PERMIT U S POSTMASTER Bank Code: key WA STATE-PATROL Bank Code: key 00000671 09/15/98 MIS/POL-DATA STATION A 08/13/98 PS-STAMP:CHIEFS OFFICE 10/06/98 CDHS-PLASTIC NAME SIGN 09/09/98 MSC-NAMEPLATE/LETTERS 09/17/98 MSHR-CIVIL SVC NAME BA 09/30/98 MSFLT-INSTALL NEW CHAI 09/24/98 CM-COMB BINDING SUPPLI 10/09/98 PS-BOOKCASE/HERITAGE H , 10/12/98 PKRCS-MILEAGE REIMB 3193019300 09/22/98 CM/CC-REPORT COVERS:LE 268.43 1,715.88 3,420.90 5,267.10 10,403.88 D J TROPHY Bank Code: key 12181A 12634A 12497A 12538A 09/30/98 RSS-BOTTLED DRINKING W 09/30/98 DBC-BOTTLED WATER/COOL 09/30/98 PKM-BOTTLED WATER/COOL 09/30/98 PKM-BOTTLED WATER/COOL 22.31 22.31 NIEMEN GLASS COMPANY Bank Code: key OFFICE DEPOT CREDIT PLAN Bank Code: key 469 90.00 90.00 843013086 55074561 HAYES, GRETCHEN Bank Code: key 000424 85.00 85.00 PAPER DIRECT INC Bank Code: key CULLYSPRING WATER COMPANY I 34751 Bank Code: key 151928 125971 51490 2,216.31 2,216.31 16.24 23.78 13 .47 13.58 67.07 32.58 32.58 6.49 119.45 125.94 56.70 56.70 51.85 51.85 67.46 151.23 38.55 10.86 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Page: 10 0 chklst 1Õ/30/1998 08:37:31 Check List CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Page: 11 Check Vendor ==================================================================================================================================== Amount Paid Check Total Date Invoice Inv.Date Description -------- -------- ------------------------------------ ---------- -------- ---------------------- --------------- ------------------ 143268 10/30/98 000939 143269 10/30/98 000947 Voucher: 143270 10/30/98 000951 Voucher: 143271 10/30/98 000966 Voucher: 143272 10/30/98 000976 Voucher: 143273 10/30/98 001052 Voucher: Z 143274 10/30/98 001055 Voucher: ~ 143275 10/30/98 001066 ~ Voucher: 143276 10/30/98 001109 Voucher: 143277 10/30/98 001114 Voucher: 143278 10/30/98 001121 Voucher: 143279 10/30/98 001124 Voucher: 143280 10/30/98 001126 Voucher: 143281 10/30/98 001127 Voucher: CULLYSPRING WATER COMPANY I 09/30/98 RCS-WATER COOLER RENTA 09/20/98 PS-JANITORIAL SVC:SEPT 10/20/98 PS:JANITORIAL SVC/SIU: 10/20/98 PS:JANITORIAL SVC:OCT9 10/20/98 PKM-JANITORIAL SVC:OCT 141333 SQUEEGEE CLEAN WINDOW CLEAN 2191 Bank Code: key 2207 2208 2210 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Bank Code: key 2:ROADWAY 09/21/98 PW-5% RETAINAGE:ROADWA 2:SEITSING 10/15/98 PW-5% RETAINAGE:SEITSI INPRA-INT'L NW PARKS/REC AS PK-WILBREC -10/12/98 PKM-MEMBERSHIP TO INTL Bank Code: key WENDLE FORD SALES INC Bank Code: key 66564 10/21/98 FLT/POL-PURCHASE 1998 GENUINE PARTS COMPANY Bank Code: key 381470 382830 383541 10/10/98 FLT-MAINT & REPAIR PAR 10/17/98 FLT-WIPER BLADES:#4801 10/21/98 PW/SWM:BOLTS FEDERAL WAY PHILHARMONIC Bank Code: key RCS-091998 10/21/98 RCS-CULTURAL ARTS FROG BIG WHEEL AUTO PARTS Bank Code: key 319628 319123 321768 323572 10/04/98 FLT-GREASE:MOWERS 10/02/98 CDB-WIPER BLADES 10/13/98 FLT-EQUIPMENT PARTS & 10/21/98 PW/SWM:CONCRETE MIXER 10/15/98 MSFLT-VEHICLE REPAIR & SMITH TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT C 4500526 Bank Code: key DOMESTIC ABUSE WOMEN'S NETW Q3:AG98-02 10/12/98 CDHS-COMMUNITY ADVOCAC Bank Code: key WWEE-WA WOMEN EMPLOY/EDUCAT Q3:AG98-02 10/09/98 CDHS-JOB READINESS TRA Bank Code: key Q3:AG98-05 10/09/98 CDHS-COMPUTER/CAREER D AIRTOUCH CELLULAR Bank Code: key SENIOR SERVICES Bank Code: key 1004-65261 10/05/98 MIS-CELLULAR PHONES AI COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTERS Bank Code: key 3:AG98-012 10/13/98 CDHS-MEALS ON WHEELS P Q3:AG98-01 10/12/98 CDHS-VOL TRANSPORTATIO Q3:AG98-06 10/15/98 CDHS-DENTAL SERVICES Q3:AG98-06 10/15/98 CDHS-HEALTH SERVICES Q3:AG98-08 09/30/98 CDBG-DENTAL SERVICES 8.69 ( continued) 276.79 1,075.00 95.00 1,075.00 1,000.00 3,245.00 55.00 1,800.34 15.00 1,855.34 15.00 64,732.53 64,732.53 62.42 14.10 2.16 78.68 3,000.00 3,000.00 22.76 11.29 43.19 3.45 80.69 325.37 325.37 11,750.00 11,750.00 3,051.24 1,250.00 4,301.24 617.32 617.32 2,000.00 906.68 2,906.68 3,523.75 6,250.00 2,500.00 12,273.75 ----------- --------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------------------- Page: 11 ---------- 0 chklst 10/30/1998 08:37:31 Check List CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Page: 12 Check Date Vendor ==================================================================================================================================== Amount Paid Check Total Invoice Inv.Date Description -------- -------- ------------------------------------ ---------- -------- ---------------------- --------------- ------------------ 143282 10/30/98 001131 Voucher: 143283 10/30/98 001166 Voucher: 143284 10/30/98 001189 Voucher: 143285 10/30/98 001233 Voucher: 143286 10/30/98 001241 Voucher: 143287 10/30/98 001259 Voucher: 143288 10/30/98 001267 Voucher: ,- '\ 143289 10/30/98 001282 . Voucher: l~ 143290 10/30/98 001291 Voucher: 143291 10/30/98 001297 Voucher: 143292 10/30/98 001299 Voucher: 143293 10/30/98 001336 Voucher: 143294 10/30/98 001374 Voucher: 143295 10/30/98 001411 Voucher: 143296 10/30/98 001431 Voucher: EVERGREEN AUTO ELECTRIC INC 49326 Bank Code: key 49331 PETTY CASH Bank Code: key 000653 10/06/98 MSFLT-BATTERY:#48032 10/06/98 MSFLT-BATTERY/LABOR 10/28/98 PKRLS-REIMB PETTY CASH 10/23/98 CM-REIMB PETTY CASH FU AT & T BUSINESS SERVICE Bank Code: key 0510660202 10/07/98 MIS-LONG DISTANCE PHON 0510645149 10/15/98 MIS-LONG DISTANCE PHON 108.35 151.71 260.06 85.92 85.92 PETTY CASH Bank Code: key 000533 09/24/98 RSS-PRINTED PROGRAM SH 10/07/98 RSS-PRINTED PROGRAM SH 09/24/98 RSS-PRINTED PROGRAM SH 10/14/98 MSF-REMIT CRIME VICTIM 10/07/98 RSS-SUPPLIES: KOREAN L 10/07/98 RCS-SUPPLIES: ARTS/SPE 10/14/98 RSS-SUPPLIES: KOREAN L 10/09/98 LAW-CITY BUSINESS REIM 09/18/98 MSC-TAPE BOX/MUSIC MAS 10/15/98 CHB-LANDSCAPE MAINTENA 10/01/98 PKP-COPIES/HISTORICAL 1200527788 10/12/98 MIS-AT&T PHONE SYS MAl 375.15 375.15 WEST COAST AWARDS Bank Code: key 33329 33411 33331 KING COUNTY CRIME VICTIMS F SEP 1998 Bank Code: key TOP FOODS HAGGEN INC Bank Code: key 246170 246171 246275 08/14/98 MSA-MEMBERSHIP:I WANG POSTAL EXPRESS INC Bank Code: key BM808001 08/31/98 MS/SS-COURIER SERVICES AUG/POSTAG 08/31/98 BM809016 09/30/98 MS/SS-COURIER SERVICES SEP/POSTAG 09/30/98 6.42 6.42 12.84 LINDELL, LONDI Bank Code: key 000443 09/21/98 PWS-EMULSION:STREET CR 10/01/98 SWM-SCHOOL MIX/EMULSIO 10/05/98 SWM-CLASS B ASPHALT 58.32 127.71 737.99 924.02 CAPITAL COMMUNICATIONS Bank Code: key 667833J80 1,187.45 1,187.45 FACILITY MAINTENANCE CONTRA 025172 Bank Code: key FORD GRAPHICS Bank Code: key 1053413 24.97 8.88 39.42 73.27 LUCENT TECHNOLOGIES INC Bank Code: key AICPA-AMERICAN INSTITUTE CP 6869-2 Bank Code: key M A SEGALE INC Bank Code: key 148608 148887 148948 143.50 143.50 119.95 119.95 310.60 310.60 91.06 91.06 1,450.82 1,450.82 95.00 95.00 1,170.00 2,842.92 1,170.00 2,374.47 7,557.39 493.42 52.67 90.26 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Page: 12 0 chklst 1Õ/30/1998 08:37:31 Check List CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Page: 13 Check Vendor ==================================================================================================================================== Amount Paid Check Total Date Invoice Inv.Date Description -------- -------- ------------------------------------ ---------- -------- ---------------------- --------------- ------------------ 143296 10/30/98 001431 143297 10/30/98 001432 Voucher: 143298 10/30/98 001481 Voucher: 143299 10/30/98 001483 Voucher: 143300 10/30/98 001484 Voucher: l143301 10/30/98 001522 <Voucher: ., J 143302 10/30/98 001523 Voucher: 143303 10/30/98 001593 Voucher: 143304 10/30/98 001601 Voucher: 143305 10/30/98 001612 Voucher: 143306 10/30/98 001618 Voucher: 143307 10/30/98 001621 Voucher: 143308 10/30/98 001630 Voucher: M A SEGALE INC SMALL & SONS OIL, DON Bank Code: key CH2M HILL NORTHWEST INC Bank Code: key INSTITUTE MGMT ACCOUNTANTS Bank Code: key KPFF CONSULTING ENGINEERS Bank Code: key AMERICAN RED CROSS Bank Code: key OCE-BRUNING INC Bank Code: key FEDERAL WAY TOWING INC Bank Code: key TAK INC Bank Code: key THE POLLARD GROUP INC Bank Code: key 149181 149022 148888 148847 148814 148786 38726 3145214 10/16/98 10/07/98 10/01/98 09/30/98 09/29/98 09/28/98 SWM-ASPHALT PWS-CLASS G PWS-CLASS B PWS-CLASS B PWS-CLASS B PWS-CLASS B & ROAD OIL ASPHALT FO ASPHALT-8T ASPHALT FO ASPHALT FO ASPHALT FO 10/20/98 PKM-STEEL LAKE ANNEX F 10/15/98 SWM-S 324-336TH STORM 0000119338 08/28/98 MSA-MEMBERSHIP:I WANG 02530502 2568 3961 36824 36862 1043848 10/01/98 PROJECT: WASHINGTON PA 10/01/98 PROJECT: WASHINGTON PA 10/15/98 POL-FIRST AID/CPR TRAI 10/14/98 MSM&D-36X500 PAPER FOR 08/20/98 MSFLT-TOWING-VEH#48002 09/13/98 MSF-A/P WINDOW ENVELOP 10/14/98 MSP-CITY STAFF BUSINES 10/16/98 LAW-DEF SCREENER FORMS 10/09/98 MSFLT-REBOND HEATER TA SPEEDY AUTO GLASS Bank Code: key WA STATE-LABOR & INDUSTRIES FEDERWC165 09/16/98 CDB-SUBSCRIPTION:ELECT Bank Code: key BLUMENTHAL UNIFORM CO INC Bank Code: key 98334.1MV 98334.2MV 27760 58362 57786 61624 61982 61093 61082 60259 58502-02 10/07/98 10/07/98 10/14/98 10/13/98 10/14/98 10/09/98 10/09/98 10/07/98 ------------j ---------------------------------------------------. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Page: 13 POL-UNIFORMS POL-UNIFORMS POL-UNIFORMS POL-UNIFORMS POL-UNIFORMS POL-UNIFORMS POL-UNIFORMS POL-UNIFORMS & ACCESSO & ACCESSO & ACCESSO & ACCESSO & ACCESSO & ACCESSO & ACCESSO & ACCESSO (continued) 192.36 529.43 197.11 229.96 1,182.65 1,576.87 4, 544 . 73 122.29 122.29 20,128.24 20,128.24 135.00 135.00 182.71 658.13 840.84 100.00 100.00 567.24 567.24 58.37 58.37 102.98 102.98 90.37 186.57 276 . 94 21.67 21.67 56.06 56.06 85.25 85.25 172.02 65.11 807.50 222.41 238.76 99.91 -------.- 0 chklst 10/30/1998 08:37:31 Check List CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Page: 14 Check Date Vendor ==================================================================================================================================== Amount Paid Check Total Invoice Inv.Date Description -------- -------- ------------------------------------ ---------- -------- ---------------------- --------------- ------------------ 143308 10/30/98 001630 143309 10/30/98 001669 Voucher: 143310 10/30/98 001686 Voucher: 143311 10/30/98 001748 Voucher: 143312 10/30/98 001793 Voucher: 143313 10/30/98 001802 Voucher: 143314 10/30/98 001843 t Voucher: ~-1 "-'\ 143315 10/30/98 001856 Voucher: 143316 10/30/98 001879 Voucher: 143317 10/30/98 001893 Voucher: 143318 10/30/98 001939 Voucher: 143319 10/30/98 001988 Voucher: 143320 10/30/98 001990 Voucher: 143321 10/30/98 002010 Voucher: 143322 10/30/98 002036 Voucher: BLUMENTHAL UNIFORM CO INC FOSTER, PEPPER & SHEFELMAN Bank Code: key 61775 60580-80 HR-SMECKO FIRST CHOICE BUSINESS MACHI 00080995 Bank Code: key EVERSON'S ECONO-VAC INC Bank Code: key MICROFLEX INC Bank Code: key PACIFIC ELECTRONICS INC Bank Code: key 009502 009501 009460 00011553 00011589 37038 37039 10/06/98 POL-UNIFORMS & ACCESSO 10/09/98 POL-UNIFORMS & ACCESSO 10/28/98 MSHR-EMPLOYMENT LAW SE 08/31/98 MSM&D-COPIER MAINT: SL 10/09/98 SWM-VACUUM/JET RODDING 10/14/98 SWM-VACUUM/JET RODDING 09/30/98 SWM-VACUUM/JET RODDING 09/01/98 MSF-TAX AUDIT PROGRAM- 10/01/98 MSF-TAX AUDIT PROGRAM- 10/01/98 MS/TEL(ST) :RADIO REPAI 10/01/98 MS/TEL(ST) :RADIO REPAI MORRIS PIHA MANAGEMENT GROU #732/SBB-N 10/20/98 CHB-SBB SUITE #107 LEA Bank Code: key #730KLCC-N 10/20/98 RSS-KLCC PARKING LOT R #734/POL-N 10/20/98 POL-9TH AVE BLDG LEASE ACTION SERVICES CORPORATION 025347 Bank Code: key 025348 025349 09/30/98 SWM-STREET SWEEPING SE 09/30/98 SWM-STREET SWEEPING SE 09/30/98 SWM-STREET SWEEPING SE 2564406563 10/04/98 PW/SWM-GENERAL SURVEY I EARTH TECH Bank Code: key FEDERAL WAY SCHOOL DISTRICT SIF-AUG/SE 10/27/98 MSF-SCHOOL IMPACT FEES Bank Code: key LANDAU ASSOCIATES INC Bank Code: key SERVICE LINEN SUPPLY Bank Code: key WESTERN LINEN/WELCOME MAT Bank Code: key KCM INC Bank Code: key CASCADIA CONSULTING GROUP Bank Code: key 7968 7971 8010 1008/4216 1015/7429 113/0575 122276 FW98-1 10/20/98 CD-ENV REV:SAMARA HUBN 10/20/98 PW-GENERAL GEOTECHNICA 10/26/98 PW-GENERAL GEOTECHNICA 10/08/98 RSS-KLCC WEEKLY LINEN 10/15/98 RSS-KLCC WEEKLY LINEN 10/09/98 RSS-CARPET RENTAL: KLC 09/15/98 SWMCIP-DRAINAGE MANUAL 09/30/98 SW&R-BUS WASTE REDUCTI (continued) 72.11 190.10 2,038.42 75.00 75.00 293.22 293.22 3,192.59 3,648.55 6,439.66 13,280.80 466.44 181.50 647.94 64.80 113.40 178.20 2,190.00 452.96 14,126.00 3,106.94 8,194.32 231. 75 16,768.96 11,533.01 934.00 934.00 40,348.00 40,348.00 521.34 2,145.76 1,432.96 30.28 29.00 4,100.06 59.28 59.46 59.46 4,626.14 4,626.14 1,863.47 1,863.47 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Page: 14 0 chklst 1Õ/30/1998 08:37:32 Check List CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Page: 15 Check Vendor ==================================================================================================================================== Amount Paid Check Total Date Invoice Inv.Date Description -------- -------- ------------------------------------ ---------- -------- ---------------------- --------------- ------------------ 143323 10/30/98 002038 Voucher: 143324 10/30/98 002112 Voucher: 143325 10/30/98 002231 Voucher: 143326 10/30/98 002329 Voucher: 143327 10/30/98 002333 Voucher: 143328 10/30/98 002379 Voucher: 143329 10/30/98 002399 ~ Voucher: -;--. ~ 143330 10/30/98 002475 ---:. Voucher: \~, 143331 10/30/98 002534 Voucher: 143332 10/30/98 002544 Voucher: 143333 10/30/98 002545 Voucher: 143334 10/30/98 002548 Voucher: 143335 10/30/98 002557 Voucher: 143336 10/30/98 002562 Voucher: 143337 10/30/98 002644 Voucher: WEST COAST BUSINESS FORMS Bank Code: key HARCOURT BRACE & COMPANY Bank Code: key SHELDON & ASSOCIATES INC Bank Code: key WANG, IWEN Bank Code: key 14408 26082192 95736 000593 AMERICAN PAYROLL ASSOCIATIO 44903 Bank Code: key PACIFIC TOPSOILS INC Bank Code: key 364732 36582 10/02/98 MSHR-NEW HIRE FORMS 10/15/98 MSF-1999 GOVERNMENTAL 09/29/98 CDL-WETLAND BIOLOGIST 10/26/98 MSA-CITY BUSINESS REIM 09/28/98 MSF-MEMBERSHIP:TAM SWE 10/14/98 SWM-SOIL/SOD DISPOSAL 07/06/98 PKRLS-TROPHIES:SOFTBAL RECOGNITION PLUS Bank Code: key WA STATE-TRANSPORTATION DEP ATB8091510 09/15/98 PW-LAND ACQUISITION/ST Bank Code: key ATB8090800 09/08/98 PWS-PROJ MANGMNT FOR B ARBORSCAN INC Bank Code: key HYUNDAI FOOD Bank Code: key PACIFIC AIR CONTROL INC Bank Code: key SPRAGUE PEST CONTROL Bank Code: key 1998273-5 454166 456672 47322 1-36943 1-36880 1-38310 1-33890 PETTY CASH FUND-PARKS MAINT 000518 Bank Code: key INTERSTATE BATTERIES SEATTL 956976 Bank Code: key 09/30/98 PKC-ROOT PRUNING SERVI 10/07/98 RSS-SUPPLIES: KOREAN L 10/14/98 RSS-SUPPLIES: KOREAN L 10/15/98 CHB-HVAC SYSTEM MAINT 10/05/98 PKM-FACILITIES PEST CO 10/05/98 RSS-KLCC INSECT/RODENT 10/07/98 PS-REMOVE WASP NEST:ST 10/20/98 RSS-KLCC INSECT/RODENT 10/23/98 PKM-REIMB PETTY CASH F 09/28/98 PW/SWR:RECYCLE BATTERI FEDERAL WAY BOYS & GIRLS CL Q3:AG98-01 10/10/98 CDHS-OPERATING SUPPORT Bank Code: key 13 8.24 13 8.24 72.61 72.61 484.40 484.40 100.43 100.43 125.00 125.00 110.00 110.00 1,029.80 1,029.80 1,579.98 35.06 1,615.04 9,597.53 9,597.53 85.51 58.44 143.95 1,037.40 1,037.40 86.88 48.87 65.16 92.31 293.22 186.62 186.62 89.60 89.60 2,250.00 2,250.00 ----------- --------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------------------. Page: 15 --------- 0 chklst 10/30/1998 08:37:32 Check List CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Page: 16 Check Date Vendor ==================================================================================================================================== Amount Paid Check Total Invoice Inv.Date Description -------- -------- ------------------------------------ ---------- -------- ---------------------- --------------- ------------------ 143338 10/30/98 002649 Voucher: 143339 10/30/98 002679 Voucher: 143340 10/30/98 002693 Voucher: 143341 10/30/98 002797 Voucher: 143342 10/30/98 002798 Voucher: 143343 10/30/98 002819 Voucher: 143344 10/30/98 002846 ~ Voucher: C\143345 10/30/98 002899 Voucher: ---J 143346 10/30/98 002956 Voucher: 143347 10/30/98 002979 Voucher: 143348 10/30/98 003043 Voucher: 143349 10/30/98 003048 Voucher: 143350 10/30/98 003055 Voucher: 143351 10/30/98 003070 Voucher: WA STATE-REVENUE DEPT:MISC Bank Code: key KANG, SAI C Bank Code: key SAFELITE AUTO GLASS CORP Bank Code: key LOMBARDO, MYRIAM Bank Code: key NGUYEN, HANNA Bank Code: key THE FINISHING TOUCH Bank Code: key DEES & ASSOCIATES, BRUCE Bank Code: key ADOLFSON ASSOCIATES INC Bank Code: key Q3-98 10/27/98 MSF-REMIT L/HOLD EXCIS LAW-OCT 7T 10/07/98 LAW-DIST CT INTERPRETE 00438-4058 07/31/98 RM/POL-REPAIRS--VEH 61 SEP17-SEP1 09/18/98 LAW-DIST CT INTERPRETE CA09157FW 6053 2713 0005038 MERIDIAN C QUADRANT N QUADRANT S PARCEL 6 0004952 FISHER PON BLDG 98-03 BELMOR RES 10/21/98 LAW-DIST CT INTERPRETE 07/15/98 CHB-CARPET GLUE 10/04/98 PKC-CELEBRATN SPORTS F 10/13/98 10/13/98 10/13/98 10/13/98 10/13/98 09/18/98 10/13/98 10/13/98 10/13/98 CDL-WETLAND BIOLOGIST CD-ENV REV:MERIDIAN CT CD-ENV REV:320TH TOWNH CD-ENV REV:QUADRANT SU CD-ENV REV:E CAMPUS CO CD-ENV REV:PARCELS 1-5 CDL-WETLAND BIOLOGIST CDL-WETLAND BIOLOGIST PWSWM-WETLAND BIOLOGIS AWRA WASHINGTON SECTION INC SWM:RENSTR 10/27/98 SWMWQ:AWRA CONFERENCE Bank Code: key BUSINESS EXAMINER NEWSPAPER MSA-WANG Bank Code: key STEKLAR, OLEG K Bank Code: key 10/15/98 MSA-SUBSCRIPTION:WANG LAW-OCT 8T 10/08/98 LAW-DIST CT INTERPRETE PETTY CASH-PUBLIC SAFETY DE 000655 Bank Code: key MAACO AUTO PAINTING & BODYW 17036 Bank Code: key MCMILLION, KAREN K Bank Code: key 10/27/98 PS:REIMB PETTY CASH FU 09/04/98 MSFLT-INCIDENT:#48608 OCT6-0CT22 10/22/98 LAW-PUBLIC DEFENSE SCR 3,747.75 3,747.75 45.00 45.00 242.53 242.53 70.00 70.00 37.50 37.50 5.43 5.43 5,362.63 5,362.63 724.50 370.09 517.50 517.50 744.96 2,504.46 397.88 345.21 612.45 6,734.55 95.00 95.00 27.50 27.50 52.50 52.50 295.79 295.79 695.75 695.75 600.00 600.00 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Page: 16 0 chklst 10/30/1998 08:37:32 Check List CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Page: 17 Check Date Vendor ==================================================================================================================================== Check Total Invoice Inv.Date Description Amount Paid -------- -------- ------------------------------------ ---------- -------- ---------------------- --------------- ------------------ 143352 10/30/98 003072 Voucher: 143353 10/30/98 003085 Voucher: 143354 10/30/98 003093 Voucher: 143356 10/30/98 003100 Voucher: -t.. <-I --- '"") 143357 10/30/98 003103 Voucher: 143358 10/30/98 003116 Voucher: 143359 10/30/98 003129 Voucher: 143360 10/30/98 003137 Voucher: 143361 10/30/98 003210 Voucher: 143362 10/30/98 003236 Voucher: HLA INFRASTRUCTURE INC Bank Code: key 179872 08/13/98 PW-MILITARY/STAR LK RD 09/28/98 MS/DP-KEYTRONICS KEYBO 10/15/98 DP/ALL-PRINTER MAINTEN 10/07/98 10/10/98 09/29/98 10/10/98 10/10/98 10/10/98 10/06/98 10/06/98 10/06/98 10/01/98 10/01/98 10/01/98 10/05/98 09/29/98 09/29/98 10/13/98 10/13/98 10/13/98 10/14/98 10/14/98 10/14/98 10/14/98 FLT-TUNEUP/TRANS:M4885 FLT-TUNEUP:M11021 #480 FLT-LOF:M46404 #48033 FLT-VEHICLE REPAIR & M FLT-VEHICLE REPAIR & M FLT-VEHICLE REPAIR & M FLT-VEHICLE REPAIR & M FLT-VEHICLE REPAIR & M FLT-VEHICLE REPAIR & M FLT-VEHICLE REPAIR & M FLT-VEHICLE REPAIR & M FLT-VEHICLE REPAIR & M FLT-VEHICLE REPAIR & M FLT-VEHICLE REPAIR & M FLT-VEHICLE REPAIR & M FLT-LOF:M18278 #48036 FLT-VEHICLE REPAIR & M FLT-VEHICLE REPAIR & M FLT-VEHICLE REPAIR & M FLT-VEHICLE REPAIR & M FLT-VEHICLE REPAIR & M FLT-VEHICLE REPAIR & M 10/21/98 PWD:SAFETY BOOTS/PW IN 10/14/98 MSF-MEMBERSHIP:TAM SWE 10/16/98 MIS-LASER PRINTER TONE AMS LASER SUPPLY Bank Code: key KING COUNTY-TREASURY DIVIS I 1898900330 04/30/98 PW/SWM:SOIL CONSERVATI Bank Code: key 1898900340 04/30/98 PW/SWM:SOIL CONSERVATI HOUGH BECK & BAIRD INC Bank Code: key 2840 TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION GROU 467302 Bank Code: key CASCADE COMPUTER MAINTENANC 264874 Bank Code: key CARBCO INC Bank Code: key 13060 13088 13031 13085 13087 13086 13059 13069 13068 13 044 13045 13043 13051 13030 13029 13106 13107 13108 13117 13118 13119 13120 10/01/98 PKC-LK GROVE:ON-SITE R 10/16/98 PS-CAKE/BEVERAGE:2ND Y ----------- ---------------------------------------------------. . 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IRON AGE CORPORATION Bank Code: key 244325P APA-RAINIER CHAPTER Bank Code: key 44903 237532 QFC Bank Code: key 67851 3,246.84 104.26 261.84 410.51 68.16 22.61 314.76 230.01 212.23 298.36 22.61 22.61 22.61 22.61 79.41 312.09 22.61 22.61 26.70 22.61 22.61 22.61 26.70 22.61 22.61 107.46 40.00 193.31 5.00 5.00 666.02 138.29 3,246.84 104.26 261.84 2,250.25 107.46 40.00 193.31 10.00 666.02 138.29 "--------- Page: 1 7 0 chklst 10/30/1998 08:37:32 Check List CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Page: 18 Check Vendor ==================================================================================================================================== Amount Paid Check Total Date Invoice Inv.Date Description -------- -------- ------------------------------------ ---------- -------- ---------------------- --------------- ------------------ 143363 10/30/98 003255 Voucher: 143364 10/30/98 003259 Voucher: 143365 10/30/98 003266 Voucher: 143366 10/30/98 003270 Voucher: 143367 10/30/98 003302 Voucher: 143368 10/30/98 003341 Voucher: t 143369 10/30/98 003350 Voucher: ( \ ~ 143370 10/30/98 003353 ~ Voucher: 143371 10/30/98 003371 Voucher: 143372 10/30/98 003376 Voucher: 143373 10/30/98 003380 Voucher: 143374 10/30/98 003412 Voucher: 143375 10/30/98 003472 Voucher: 143376 10/30/98 003549 Voucher: TERRITORIAL SUPPLIES INC Bank Code: key 024652 FINANCIAL CONSULTANTS INT I 3333 Bank Code: key 3381 MILLER P.E., TRENT D Bank Code: key SEBRIS BUSTO PS Bank Code: key PROLINE INDUSTRIES INC Bank Code: key KING COUNTY FINANCE DEPT Bank Code: key ROADWAY CONSTRUCTION INC Bank Code: key ROSADO, DANIEL Bank Code: key OFFICE TEAM Bank Code: key KIRICHENKO, ALEX Bank Code: key WILSON, BRIAN Bank Code: key OPTI-COLOR FILM & PHOTO Bank Code: key AG96 -144 22503 82282201 823922 10/08/98 PS-TRAFFIC CONE W/REFL 09/02/98 MSFLT-RADIO REPAIRS-VE 10/08/98 MSFLT-REPAIR RADIO SYS 10/09/98 PW-PROJECT ENGINEER SE 10/12/98 LAW-EMPLOYMT MATTERS L 09/30/98 MSGAC-BOGEN TRIPOD, #3 10/21/98 MS/DP(POL) :VIDEO PRINT SEPT PARKI 10/07/98 PS-PARKING FEES:SEPTEM 2:AG98-161 09/21/98 PW-JOES CREEK FLOW CT 000446 00019450 0379801 00018224 00024625 00028991 00028745 10/20/98 POL:ROSADO REPLACE BRO 10/05/98 08/28/98 10/05/98 10/12/98 10/19/98 10/19/98 PKM-TEMP CLERICAL HELP PKM-TEMP CLERICAL HELP CDA-TEMPORARY CLERICAL CDA-TEMPORARY CLERICAL CDA-TEMPORARY CLERICAL CDA-TEMPORARY CLERICAL OCT8-0CT22 iO/22/98 LAW-DIST CT INTERPRETE 000445 336745-1 RATELCO COMMUNICATION SVC I 0224445 Bank Code: key 0221586 0224437 10/20/98 PS-POL BUSINESS REIMB 10/12/98 POL-FILM/PHOTO SUPPLIE 08/25/98 POL-RADIO REPAIR & MAl 09/30/98 POL-RADIO REPAIR & MAl 08/21/98 POL-RADIO REPAIR & MAl 10/16/98 PS:POLAROID FILM:EVIDE 643.45 643.45 421.98 541.00 962.98 RAINIER PHOTO SUPPLY Bank Code: key 389922 2,499.00 2,499.00 1,113.00 1,113.00 21,913.99 298.65 22,212.64 25.00 25.00 1,139.60 1,139.60 45.00 45.00 238.56 119.28 575.75 649.77 296.10 119.26 1,998.72 122.50 122.50 88.15 88.15 1,058.72 1,058.72 208.51 143.08 27.15 378.74 627.17 627.17 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Page: 18 0 chklst 10/30/1998 08:37:32 Check List CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Page: 19 Check Vendor ==================================================================================================================================== Check Total Date Invoice Inv.Date Description Amount Paid -------- -------- ------------------------------------ ---------- -------- ---------------------- --------------- ------------------ 143377 10/30/98 003563 Voucher: 143378 10/30/98 003565 Voucher: 143379 10/30/98 003595 Voucher: 143380 10/30/98 003606 Voucher: 143381 10/30/98 003619 Voucher: 143382 10/30/98 003645 Voucher: 143383 10/30/98 003652 l Voucher: (\143384 10/30/98 003672 r:p Voucher: (¡ 143385 10/30/98 003719 voucher: 143386 10/30/98 003722 Voucher: 143387 10/30/98 003736 Voucher: 143388 10/30/98 003760 Voucher: 143389 10/30/98 003792 Voucher: 143390 10/30/98 003837 Voucher: 143391 10/30/98 003841 Voucher: 143392 10/30/98 003874 voucher: VALLEY COMMUNICATIONS CENTE 980776 Bank Code: key BEL CUSTOM CLEANERS (DBA) Bank Code: key 6548 10/05/98 POL-EMERGENCY DISPATCH 10/03/98 PS-UNIFORM CLEANING:SE 10/15/98 MSHR-ELDER CARE PLANNE SHRM STORE Bank Code: key WA STATE CRIME PREVENTION A PS-SCHUBER 10/09/98 PS-WSCPA MEMBERSHIP RE Bank Code: key 09/18/98 PS-MOTORCYCLE TOTE BAG 10/15/98 PS-GLOVES/WEATHERKING: 10/02/98 PKM-DUMAS RECREATION J 10/02/98 PS-VOL RECOGN SUPPLIES 10/07/98 PKRCS-WATERCOLOR PAINT 10/06/98 PS-CLEAN CARPETS:HOLDI 10/13/98 PS-5 CUSTOM FRAMES:FIE 10/05/98 PS:TOW/HOLD VEHICLE 98 10/09/98 MSF-MEMBERSHIP DUES 19 10/01/98 PS-5 LB ABC EXTG/3 BAT 8941354707 10/10/98 PS-DELIVERY SERVICES 8941354707 10/17/98 PS-DELIVERY SERVICES 09/28/98 PW/SWR:PORTABLE TOILET 10/26/98 POL-LEASE CONTRACT 75,054.50 2,152.45 44.35 50.00 30.93 61.19 435.30 90.25 39.61 75.00 307.88 297.02 30.00 225.24 30.00 18.75 72.50 1,526.00 ----------- ._-------------------------------------------------' -------------------------------------------------- 549174 FEDERAL WAY CYCLE CENTER Bank Code: key 92167066 92168514 AMERICAN JANITORIAL SERVICE 437 Bank Code: key CAHHS INC Bank Code: key TRIARCO ARTS & CRAFTS Bank Code: key 145330 185342 FEDERAL WAY CARPET/UPHOLSTE 0104 Bank Code: key PERFECTION ART & FRAME Bank Code: key NORTHWEST TOWING INC Bank Code: key 112968 2595 OREGON PUBLIC PURCHASING AS 97 Bank Code: key DOMINION FIRE & SAFETY Bank Code: key UNITED PARCEL SERVICE Bank Code: key 13350 TEMPORARY STORAGE OF WA INC 09ZC322 Bank Code: key MCHUGH PROPERTIES Bank Code: key POL-NOV98 75,054.50 2,152.45 44.35 50.00 92.12 435.30 90.25 39.61 75.00 307.88 297.02 30.00 225.24 48.75 72.50 1,526.00 --------- Page: 19 0 chklst 10/30/1998 08:37;33 Check List CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Page; 20 Check Date Vendor ==================================================================================================================================== Amount Paid Check Total Invoice Inv.Date Description -------- -------- ------------------------------------ ---------- -------- ---------------------- --------------- ------------------ 143393 10/30/98 003892 Voucher; 143394 10/30/98 003898 Voucher: 143395 10/30/98 003918 Voucher: 143396 10/30/98 003947 Voucher: 143397 10/30/98 003987 Voucher: 143398 10/30/98 003998 Voucher; 143399 10/30/98 004004 ~ Voucher: L)143400 10/30/98 004030 7, Voucher; 143401 10/30/98 004053 Voucher: 143402 10/30/98 004078 Voucher: 143403 10/30/98 004100 Voucher; 143404 10/30/98 004113 Voucher: 143405 10/30/98 004170 Voucher: 143406 10/30/98 004182 Voucher: 143407 10/30/98 004198 Voucher: 143408 10/30/98 004204 Voucher: MONTGOMERY WATER GROUP INC Bank Code: key 98238 09/30/98 PW-HYDROLOGIC/HYDRAULI 09/30/98 MIS/POL-RADIO COMMUNIC OMAR, MOHAMUD A Bank Code: key LAW-OCT 20 10/20/98 LAW-DIST CT INTER PRETE 1,543.33 1,543.33 2,280.00 2,280.00 RADIO COMMUNICATION SERVICE 961243 Bank Code: key CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Bank Code; key 000506 000535 10/23/98 PS;CHECK REIMBURSEMENT 10/27/98 PS:REIMBURSEMENT;PER R 10/02/98 MIS-SVC/CONNECTION; NE 07/24/98 CDHS-SUBSCRIPTION:HUD 10/13/98 POL-VEHICLES & EQUIPME 09/09/98 POL-VEHICLE REPAIR/MAl 10/22/98 POL-POP CONF:DAN COULO 10/22/98 POL-POP CONFERENCE 09/17/98 MSFLT-TIRE, RR, MR9018 KENT KAWASAKI ARCTIC CAT Bank Code: key GREATER PUGET SOUND DOMESTI LAW-SEMINA 10/09/98 LAW-DOMESTIC VIOLENCE Bank Code: key PS-CONFERE 10/26/98 PS-DOMESTIC VIOLENCE C 97.50 97.50 NORTHWEST NEXUS INC Bank Code: key 128142 09/18/98 MS/POL-REPL STRIPES/LE 09/19/98 PROJECT:E CAMPUS PK PA 09/19/98 PROJECT:EAST CAMPUS CO 10/17/98 PS-FILE CABINET/WORK T 10/20/98 PKM-SWEEP CITY HALL PA 6;AG97-212 05/02/98 RCS-COMMISSIONED ART:D 1,742.52 4,819.92 500.00 6,562.44 500.00 HUD USER Bank Code: key 114514 HARTL, COLLEEN A Bank Code; key LAW-092498 10/02/98 LAW-PROSECUTOR RELIEF 15.00 15.00 PACIFIC COAST FORD INC Bank Code: key POL-SEP98 FOCS24024 225.26 426.62 ()51.88 PERF(POL EXEC RESEARCH FORU 040 Bank Code; key 040* 40093 GRANT, BRIAN R Bank Code: key READ P.E., LISA M Bank Code: key 43298 PARCEL 4 BLDG A/B 390.00 790.00 1,180.00 228.49 THE OLD CANNERY Bank Code: key 434559 228.49 70.00 105.00 175.00 MCDONOUGH & SONS INC Bank Code: key HOGE, JOHN Bank Code: key 105148 380.10 380.10 1,520.00 1,000.00 587.53 2,520.00 587.53 458.31 458.31 5,674.35 5,674.35 157.50 157.50 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Page: 20 0 chklst 10/30/1998 08:37:33 Check List CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Page: 21 Check Date Vendor ==================================================================================================================================== Amount Paid Check Total Invoice Inv.Date Description -------- -------- ------------------------------------ ---------- -------- ---------------------- --------------- ------------------ 143409 10/30/98 004260 Voucher: 143410 10/30/98 004266 Voucher: 143411 10/30/98 004273 Voucher: 143412 10/30/98 004280 Voucher: 143413 10/30/98 004281 Voucher: 143414 10/30/98 004288 Voucher: 143415 10/30/98 004315 ~ Voucher: C, ~: 143416 10/30/98 004324 Voucher: 143417 10/30/98 004336 Voucher: 143418 10/30/98 004344 Voucher: 143419 10/30/98 004358 Voucher: 143420 10/30/98 004389 Voucher: 143421 10/30/98 004426 Voucher: 143423 10/30/98 004431 Voucher: STAN PALMER CONSTRUCTION IN 9:AG98-056 10/17/98 PKA-CELEBRATION PARK D Bank Code: key NORTHWEST NATIVE PLANTS Bank Code: key DAY, JEFFREY K Bank Code: key 36038-11 10/08/98 PKM-PLANTS:CELEBRATION CA09256FW 10/19/98 LAW-PUB DEF SRV PERSON SEP18-0CT9 10/19/98 LAW-PUB DEF SRV CA0843 NORTHWEST JANITORIAL SUPPLY 0018243 Bank Code: key 0018465 0018466 0018473 10/01/98 PKM-FACILITY JANITORIA 10/12/98 PKM-FACILITY JANITORIA 10/12/98 PKM-FACILITY JANITORIA 10/12/98 CHB-FACILITY JANITORIA NATIONAL SANITARY SUPPLY CO 0190028810 10/14/98 CHB-FACILITY JANITORIA Bank Code: key LAKE TAPPS PRESSURE WASH Bank Code: key BRENT'S ALIGNMENT & REPAIR Bank Code: key GAVIGLIO, MARY KATE Bank Code: key CRUM, LINDA Bank Code: key EMERGENCY FEEDING PROGRAM Bank Code: key CHRISTIE, ROBERT L Bank Code: key 1122 31579 31599 31606 31607 000303 000453 10/05/98 FLT-VEHICLE CLEANING M 10/09/98 MSFLT-ALIGNMENT:M10605 10/16/98 MSFLT-STARTER/REPAIR # 10/20/98 MSFLT-STARTER & REPAIR 10/20/98 MSFLT-STARTER & REPAIR 09/11/98 CDB-REIMB CAR RENTAL/C 10/15/98 PS-REIMB:FRAMES/CHIEF' 3:AG98-083 10/14/98 CDHS-EMERGENCY FEEDING 1089700101 09/16/98 POL-LEGAL SERVICES 1089700300 09/16/98 POL-LEGAL SERVICES PNTA-PACIFIC NORTHWEST THEA 9665 Bank Code: key NASRO-NATIONAL ASSOCIATION Bank Code: key. MADRONA PLANNING DVLPMT SVC Bank Code: key 10/05/98 PKKFT-ASST.EQUIP.STAGE PS-DEUTSCH 10/15/98 PS-NASRO SRO SUPERVISO 00001516 00001512 00001511 00001510 00001503 00001500 09/29/98 09/29/98 09/29/98 09/29/98 09/29/98 09/29/98 CDL-ON-CALL PLANNING S CD-PLAN EXP REVIEW:Q S CD-PLN EXP REV:320TH T CD-PLAN EXP REVIEW:PAR CD-PLN EXP REVIEW:GOLD CD-PLN EXP REV:EXTD ST ------------ --------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------------------- Page: 21 122,935.20 122,935.20 564.01 564.01 30.00 750.00 780.00 134.62 300.19 98.33 241.87 775.01 113.06 113.06 345.61 345.61 39.64 193.31 57.65 135.75 426.35 97.66 97.66 65.72 65.72 1,250.00 1,250.00 990.50 1,650.00 2,640.50 141.72 141.72 195.00 195.00 60.00 622.20 322.80 90.00 1,217.40 703.80 --------- 0 chklst 10/30/1998 08:37:33 Check List CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Page: 22 ==================================================================================================================================== Check Date Vendor Invoice Inv.Date Description Amount Paid Check Total -------- -------- ------------------------------------ ---------- -------- ---------------------- --------------- ------------------ 143423 10/30/98 004431 MADRONA PLANNING DVLPMT SVC (continued) 00001499 09/29/98 CD-PLN EXP REVIEW:PARC 2,595.00 00001496 09/29/98 CD-PLN EXP REVIEW:BEVE 108.04 00001493 09/29/98 CD-PLN EXP REVIEW:S 34 26.00 00001517 09/29/98 CDL-ON-CALL PLANNING S 504.60 00001518 09/29/98 CDL-ON-CALL PLANNING S 75.00 00001519 09/29/98 CDL-ON-CALL PLANNING S 90.00 00001520 09/29/98 CDL-ON-CALL PLANNING S 694.72 00001521 09/29/98 CDL-ON-CALL PLANNING S 120.00 00001502 09/29/98 CDL-ON-CALL PLANNING S 1,155.29 00001492 09/29/98 CDL-ON-CALL PLANNING S 60.00 00001494 09/29/98 CDL-ON-CALL PLANNING S 30.00 00001495 09/29/98 CDL-ON-CALL PLANNING S 249.60 00001497 09/29/98 CDL-ON-CALL PLANNING S 405.00 00001498 09/29/98 CDL-ON-CALL PLANNING S 225.00 00001501 09/29/98 CDL-ON-CALL PLANNING S 45.00 00001505 09/29/98 CDL-ON-CALL PLANNING S 45.00 00001504 09/29/98 CDL-ON-CALL PLANNING S 130.20 00001506 09/29/98 CDL-ON-CALL PLANNING S 807.80 00001507 09/29/98 CDL-ON-CALL PLANNING S 490.80 .r: 00001508 09/29/98 CDL-ON-CALL PLANNING S 109.80 00001509 09/29/98 CDL-ON-CALL PLANNING S 536.20 00001513 09/29/98 CDL-ON-CALL PLANNING S 690.33 <, 00001514 09/29/98 CDL-ON-CALL PLANNING S 45.00 V' 00001515 09/29/98 CDL-ON-CALL PLANNING S 899.19 13,153.77 I.) 143424 10/30/98 004439 PROFESSIONAL VIDEO & TAPE I E-10629 10/22/98 MSGAC-CANON XL-1 DIGIT 6,536.68 Voucher: Bank Code: key E-10612 10/09/98 MSGAC-PANASONIC CAMERA 8,742.35 E-10605 10/05/98 MSGAC-PANASONIC CAMERA 42,882.34 58,161. 37 143425 10/30/98 004446 CENTRAL WASHINGTON UNIVERSI 253 10/10/98 PKRLS-ADMISSION:SR SVC 100.00 100.00 Voucher: Bank Code: key 143426 10/30/98 004518 RIVER OAKS COMMUNICATIONS C AUG26-SEP3 iO/13/98 LAW-TELECOMM CONSULTAN 4,712.30 4,712.30 Voucher: Bank Code: key 143427 10/30/98 004542 SEITSINGER CONSTRUCTION 2:AG98-164 10/15/98 PW-SW 312TH PEDESTRIAN 34,206.51 34,206.51 Voucher: Bank Code: key 143428 10/30/98 004557 JOE, JAY HYON CP39082FW 10/15/98 LAW-DIST CT INTERPRETE 30.00 30.00 Voucher: Bank Code: key 143429 10/30/98 004566 G&M HONEST PERFORMANCE D420037 09/12/98 MSFLT-THROTTLE CABLE V 129.95 Voucher: Bank Code: key D421288 10/13/98 MSFLT-PARTS: #48038 19.43 149.38 143430 10/30/98 004585 ENGINEERING DYNAMICS CORP 11631 10/05/98 PS-EDC RECONSTRUCTION 745.00 745.00 Voucher: Bank Code: key ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Page: 22 0 chklst 10/30/1998 08:37:33 Check List CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Page: 23 Check Vendor ==================================================================================================================================== Amount Paid Check Total Date Invoice Inv.Date Description -------- -------- ------------------------------------ ---------- -------- ---------------------- --------------- ------------------ 143431 10/30/98 004587 Voucher: 143432 10/30/98 004588 Voucher: 143433 10/30/98 004596 Voucher: 143434 10/30/98 004597 Voucher: 143435 10/30/98 004602 Voucher: 143436 10/30/98 004603 Voucher: 143437 10/30/98 004604 Voucher: L. 143438 10/30/98 004605 Voucher: (~~ ~. 143439 10/30/98 004606 .: Voucher: 'i, 143440 10/30/98 004607 Voucher: 143441 10/30/98 004611 Voucher: 143442 10/30/98 004612 Voucher: 143443 10/30/98 004613 Voucher: 143444 10/30/98 004614 Voucher: 143445 10/30/98 004615 Voucher: 143446 10/30/98 004616 Voucher: A & E HOME VIDEO Bank Code: key SONG, BYUNG P Bank Code: key BEN WEESE & ASSOCIATES Bank Code: key ELLIOTT, STEPHEN Bank Code: key TIMEWISE/CADDYLAK SYSTEMS Bank Code: key 01089435 10/13/98 PS-EDUCATIONAL/COMMUNI OCT6-0CT20 10/20/98 LAW-DIST CT INTERPRETE 6738 06/23/98 CDB-PLAN ANALYST SOFTW RCS-092698 09/26/98 PKRCS-CONSULTANT:KFT 0 980858 PROJECT FOR PUBLIC SPACES I 1-LWRDF Bank Code: key 828924 INFORMIX SOFTWARE INC Bank Code: key INSTITUTE OF POLICE TECHNOL 43299 Bank Code: key DATEC INCORPORATED Bank Code: key PETRIE, VALERIE B Bank Code: key SECOMA LANES Bank Code: key JAENICKE, MARY Bank Code: key PURKISS-ROSE, RSI Bank Code: key CHRISTENSEN, PATRICIA Bank Code: key BIGLER, REGINA Bank Code: key 10/15/98 MSHR-TIME MGMT BOOK 10/07/98 PKA-"URBAN PARKS INSTI 10/13/98 MSMIS/MSF-INFORMIX TEC 10/13/98 PS-REGISTRATION FEE:TR B101900005 10/19/98 MSDP-POL MAGICOLOR OPC 000405 230878 000476 9798 10/14/98 LAW-LODGING:WSAMA FALL 10/10/98 PKRLS/ADMISSION FEE: B 09/17/98 PKRLS-REIMB:YOUTH COMM 09/30/98 PKC-SKATE PARK FACILIT RCS-101398 10/13/98 PKRCS-ARTS COM AWARD:J RCS-101398 10/13/98 PKRCS-JURORS AWARD:JUR MONTGOMERY,PURDUE,BLANKINSH 7631-1 Bank Code: key 10/08/98 PS-PRESENTATION:EVICTI ------------ --------------------------------------------------- ._-------------------- - -- -- - -- - - - - --- - - --- -- - - - -- - -- Page: 23 34.90 34.90 166.25 166.25 198.00 198.00 385.00 385.00 33.11 33.11 250.00 250.00 3,909.60 3,909.60 695.00 695.00 264.23 264.23 335.12 335.12 93.00 93.00 58.91 58.91 1,810.00 1,810.00 150.00 150.00 200.00 200.00 808.50 808.50 --------- 0 chklst 10/30/1998 08:37:33 Check List CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Page: 24 Check Date Vendor ==================================================================================================================================== Amount Paid Check Total Invoice Inv.Date Description -------- -------- ------------------------------------ ---------- -------- ---------------------- --------------- ------------------ 143447 10/30/98 004624 Voucher: 143448 10/30/98 004630 Voucher: 143449 10/30/98 700014 Voucher: 143450 10/30/98 700029 Voucher: 143451 10/30/98 700037 Voucher: 143452 10/30/98 700038 Voucher: 143453 10/30/98 700039 Voucher: ~ 143454 10/30/98 700040 , Voucher: ~ 143455 10/30/98 700042 ~ Voucher: l>\ 143456 10/30/98 700043 Voucher: 143457 10/30/98 700045 Voucher: 143458 10/30/98 700046 Voucher: 143459 10/30/98 700047 Voucher: 143460 10/30/98 700048 Voucher: 143461 10/30/98 700049 Voucher: 143462 10/30/98 700051 Voucher: WA STATE-HOUSING FINANCE CO CDHS-PARKE 10/26/98 CDHS-HOUSING CONF/WIND Bank Code: key EMMETT KOELSCH COACHES INC Bank Code: key 3687 10/14/98 MSFLT-LIGHT/LENS-VEH 4 09/10/98 PWD-PYMT:LATECOMERS AG 08/20/98 PWS:BOND REFUND:ROW PE 08/28/98 CDB-REFUND:BLDG PASS-T 10/06/98 CDB-REFUND PLAN CHECK 05/18/98 CDB-REFUND ELECTRICAL 08/27/98 CDB-REFUND ELECTRICAL 08/17/98 CDB-REFUND ADMIN DEPOS 07/14/98 CDB-REFUND MECHANICAL 06/25/98 CDB-REFUND MECHANICAL 06/26/98 CDB-REFUND CD ADMIN DE 09/29/98 PKDBC-REFUND DAMAGE DE 09/29/98 PKDBC-REFUND DAMAGE DE 09/29/98 PKDBC-REFUND DAMAGE DE 09/29/98 PKDBC-REFUND DAMAGE DE 09/29/98 PKDBC-REFUND DAMAGE DE 150.00 150.00 64.89 64.89 02-35289 MEDICAL R.E. SERVICES LLC Bank Code: key BARCLAY PLACE HOMEOWNERS AS 02-35830 Bank Code: key SAYAN I , NIZAR Bank Code: key 02-35952 5,926.12 5,926.12 NEILSON, AMANDA Bank Code: key 02-36145 465.00 465.00 NORRIS HOMES INC Bank Code: key FIRESIDE INC Bank Code: key 02-34934 1,105.46 1,105.46 02-35949 AACE CONTRACTING Bank Code: key NORTHWEST WATER HEATER Bank Code: key 02-35848 27.30 27.30 02-35478 02-35285 GRAHAM Bank Code: key BARNUM, GAY Bank Code: key 02-35298 56.00 56.00 C363/R446 LAPORT, PEGGY Bank Code: key C331/R435 74.00 74.00 PETERS, CONNIE Bank Code: key C425/R575 500.00 500.00 SASICH, PHIL Bank Code: key C547/R785 57.60 46.40 104.00 DOLLOFF, JULIE Bank Code: key C437/R621 500.00 500.00 250.00 250.00 250.00 250.00 250.00 250.00 50.00 50.00 250.00 250.00 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Page: 24 0 chklst 1Õ/30/1998 08:37:34 Check List CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Page: 25 Check Vendor ==================================================================================================================================== Check Total Date Invoice Inv.Date Description Amount Paid -------- -------- ------------------------------------ ---------- -------- ---------------------- --------------- ------------------ 143463 10/30/98 700052 Voucher: 143464 10/30/98 700053 Voucher: 143465 10/30/98 700054 Voucher: 143466 10/30/98 700055 Voucher: 143467 10/30/98 700056 Voucher: 143468 10/30/98 700057 Voucher: 143469 10/30/98 700058 Voucher: ~ 143470 10/30/98 700059 - Voucher: ~ 143471 10/30/98 700060 ~ Voucher: \- 143472 10/30/98 700061 Voucher: 143473 10/30/98 700062 Voucher: 143474 10/30/98 700063 Voucher: 143475 10/30/98 700064 Voucher: 143476 10/30/98 700065 Voucher: 143477 10/30/98 700066 Voucher: 143478 10/30/98 700067 Voucher: DACEY, CHERYL Bank Code: key C460/R658 09/29/98 PKDBC-REFUND DAMAGE DE 09/30/98 PKDBC-REFUND DAMAGE DE 10/16/98 PKDBC-REFUND DAMAGE DE 10/16/98 PKDBC-REFUND DAMAGE DE 10/16/98 PKDBC-REFUND DAMAGE DE CAO1740FWF 10/19/98 LAW-DIST COURT WITNESS 10/20/98 PKRLS-REFUND SR TRIP ALLEN, ALVANITA Bank Code: key 31527/3152 10/20/98 PKRLS-REFUND:CLASS CAN 10/20/98 PKRLS-REFUND:CLASS CAN 10/20/98 PKRLS-REFUND:CLASS CAN 10/20/98 PKRLS-REFUND:DANCE CLA 10/16/98 LAW-JUROR FEE WEEK OF 10/16/98 LAW-JUROR FEE WEEK OF 10/16/98 LAW-JUROR FEE WEEK OF 10/16/98 LAW-JUROR FEE WEEK OF 10/16/98 LAW-JUROR FEE WEEK OF ----------- --------------------------------------------------, --------------------------------------------------- SAILER, DIANA Bank Code: key C527/R803 MILLER, CAROLYN Bank Code: key C531/R799 KRUG, PAUL & SUE Bank Code: key C474/R775 MIHELICH, SHARON Bank Code: key C492/R716 BOWLES, CHRIS Bank Code: key MILLER, MARY Bank Code: key 31526 RIVERA, RITA Bank Code: key 31529 SCOTT, BETTY Bank Code: key THACKER, KATHY Bank Code: key 31530 31531 RICHARDSON, LOUISE M Bank Code: key 000546 DAVIS, RHONDI G Bank Code: key 000547 ENGELHART, RONALD E Bank Code: key 000548 GOSSAGE, SARAH F Bank Code: key HOWERTON, DAVID M Bank Code: key 000549 000550 250.00 58.39 50.00 450.00 71.72 176.40 25.00 50.00 26.00 39.00 6.00 11.30 10.52 22.08 10.52 16.50 250.00 58.39 50.00 450.00 71.72 176.40 25.00 50.00 26.00 39.00 6.00 11.30 10.52 22.08 10.52 16.50 --------- Page: 25 0 chklst 1Õ/30/1998 08:37:34 Check List CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Page: 26 ==================================================================================================================================== Check Date Vendor Invoice Inv.Date Description Amount Paid Check Total -------- -------- ------------------------------------ ---------- -------- ---------------------- --------------- ------------------ 143479 10/30/98 700068 JONES, GARY PHILIP 000551 10/16/98 LAW-JUROR FEE WEEK OF 12.60 12.60 Voucher: Bank Code: key 143480 10/30/98 700069 MCCULLOCH, MARY C 000552 10/16/98 LAW-JUROR FEE WEEK OF 12.08 12.08 Voucher: Bank Code: key 143481 10/30/98 700070 MCMURRAY, VERNON S 000554 10/16/98 LAW-JUROR FEE WEEK OF 21.56 21.56 Voucher: Bank Code: key 143482 10/30/98 700071 MOSS, YANDLE 000555 10/16/98 LAW-JUROR FEE WEEK OF 12.60 12.60 Voucher: Bank Code: key 143483 10/30/98 700072 MULLIKEN, PHYLLIS H 000556 10/16/98 LAW-JUROR FEE WEEK OF 12.60 12.60 Voucher: Bank Code: key 143484 10/30/98 700074 SRL CORPORATION, ATTN: ROGE 02-27173 10/26/98 PWDS:RELEASE ADMIN CAS 1,218.00 1,218.00 Voucher: Bank Code: key 143485 10/30/98 700075 INSUREPASS INTELLIPASS, ATT 02-26995 10/26/98 PWDS:REFUND:ADMIN CASH 1,267.00 1,267.00 Voucher: Bank Code: key ( 1 143486 10/30/98 700077 CENTURY SQUARE SELF-STORAGE 01-17014 10/26/98 PWDS:PARTIAL REL/ADMIN 1,440.00 1,440.00 ~ Voucher: Bank Code: key "J ------------------ 301 Checks in this report Total Checks: 1,129,118.41 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Page: 26 0 chklst 11/16/1998 09:04:37 Check List CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Page: 1 Check Date Vendor ==================================================================================================================================== Check Total Invoice Inv.Date Description Amount Paid -------- -------- ------------------------------------ ---------- -------- ---------------------- --------------- ------------------ 143487 11/04/98 004634 Voucher: 143488 11/05/98 004397 Voucher: 143489 11/13/98 000051 Voucher: 143490 11/13/98 000051 Voucher: 143491 11/13/98 001553 Voucher: 143492 11/16/98 000004 Voucher: ~- 143493 11/16/98 000016 ~ Voucher: ~, 143494 11/16/98 000022 ~¡ Voucher: 143495 11/16/98 000033 Voucher: 143496 11/16/98 000041 Voucher: 143497 11/16/98 000043 Voucher: 143498 11/16/98 000049 Voucher: 143500 11/16/98 000051 Voucher: ---------_J HR ACTIVITIES CHANGE FUND, Bank Code: key KDD & ASSOCIATES PLLC Bank Code: key PUGET SOUND ENERGY Bank Code: key PUGET SOUND ENERGY Bank Code: key 000721 8,9,14 15 11/02/98 MSHR-HR ACTIVITIES CHG 10/07/98 PWT-PROJECT ENGINEER S 11/05/98 PWT-PROJECT ENGINEER S LAKOTA GRA 04/16/98 PS:TREE REMOVAL-GRADIN LAKOTA GRT 04/16/98 PS-TREE REMOVAL/LAKOTA KING COUNTY BOUNDARY REVIEW NOTICE #1 Bank Code: key NOTICE #2 ASSOC OF WASHINGTON CITIES Bank Code: key 11/13/98 CDL-ANNEXATION PROCESS 11/13/98 CDL-ANNEXATION PROCESS HR-FIRE SV 11/02/98 MSHR-98'POL/FIRE SURVE IKON OFFICE SOLUTIONS, OF W 565629-1 Bank Code: key 565629-2 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRICT Bank Code: key FIRESAFE/FIRE & SAFETY Bank Code: key 004007 200228 MURTOUGH SUPPLY COMPANY INC 114361 Bank Code: key NEW LUMBER & HARDWARE COMPA Bank Code: key PRESTON GATES & ELLIS LLP Bank Code: key PUGET SOUND ENERGY Bank Code: key 076754 076550 075948 076957 077102 077234 455034 8234818902 8926456900 9602222600 9702266300 8246179602 9702126300 9502267100 8247374402 .--------------------------------------------------" 11/03/98 MS/SS-COPIER MAINT SVC 11/03/98 MSDP-FAX MACHINE MAINT 10/12/98 PW/SWM:HYDRANT PERMIT 10/26/98 PS-RECHARGE FIRE EXTIN 11/09/98 POL-CLEANING/RESTROOM 10/21/98 10/17/98 10/08/98 10/24/98 10/27/98 10/29/98 SWM-MAINT/REPAIR SUPPL PKM-GROUNDS MAINT SUPP PKM-GROUNDS MAINT SUPP PKM-GROUNDS MAINT SUPP PKM-GROUNDS MAINT SUPP PKM-GROUNDS MAINT SUPP 10/27/98 LAW-LEGAL SVC:US WEST 10/28/98 10/22/98 10/21/98 10/16/98 10/30/98 10/29/98 10/30/98 10/15/98 PWT-POWER: STREETS LIG DBC-FACILITY GAS PWT-POWER: STREETS LIG PWT-POWER: STREETS LIG PWT-POWER: STREETS LIG PWT-POWER: STREETS LIG PWT-POWER: STREETS LIG PWT-POWER: STREETS LIG 100.00 18,110.13 2,460.46 2,500.00 2,500.00 50.00 50.00 95.00 3,027.88 132.11 48.34 14.63 152.59 25.40 11.14 3.90 7.95 6.18 3.76 231.99 13 8.92 657.78 104.45 127.54 116.86 124.60 126.38 123.42 --------------------------------------------------- 100.00 20,570.59 2,500.00 2,500.00 100.00 95.00 3,159.99 48.34 14.63 152.59 58.33 231.99 . ---------- Page: 1 0 chklst 11/16/1998 09:04:37 Check List CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Page: 2 ==================================================================================================================================== 143500 11/16/98 000051 Check Date Vendor Invoice Inv.Date Description Amount Paid Check Total -------- -------- ------------------------------------ ---------- -------- ---------------------- --------------- ------------------ (continued) ~ C) ì> -,. 143501 11/16/98 000055 Voucher: 143502 11/16/98 000063 Voucher: PUGET SOUND ENERGY 8247374402 9202684200 9202593200 9200697900 9501122000 9402368000 9300909500 8246183502 8257621302 8257621402 8257622202 8257622902 8601126800 9003766300 9402552700 9700060900 9700338100 9701702800 9701643800 8245512002 8260429702 8260439202 8500247100 8500247200 9102331800 9502239800 8259216502 8903141200 9600360900 8259484203 8259484303 8259484403 8259484503 8259484903 8259485003 8246949404 8260446603 SEATTLE TIMES Bank Code: key 244110901 547281001 467065001 10/16/98 10/22/98 11/04/98 11/04/98 11/04/98 11/04/98 11/04/98 11/02/98 10/30/98 10/30/98 10/30/98 10/30/98 10/30/98 10/30/98 10/30/98 11/03/98 11/03/98 11/03/98 11/03/98 11/06/98 11/09/98 11/06/98 11/06/98 11/06/98 11/09/98 11/09/98 11/05/98 11/05/98 11/05/98 11/06/98 11/06/98 11/06/98 11/06/98 11/06/98 11/06/98 11/05/98 11/06/98 PWT-POWER: STREETS LIG PKM-FACILITY ELECTRICI PWT-POWER: STREETS LIG PWT-POWER: STREETS LIG PWT-POWER: STREETS LIG PWT-POWER: STREETS LIG PWT-POWER: STREETS LIG PWT-POWER: STREETS LIG PWT-POWER: STREETS LIG PWT-POWER: STREETS LIG PWT-POWER: STREETS LIG PWT-POWER: STREETS LIG PWT-POWER: STREETS LIG PWT-POWER: STREETS LIG PWT-POWER: STREETS LIG PWT-POWER: STREETS LIG PWT-POWER: STREETS LIG PWT-POWER: STREETS LIG PKM-FACILITY ELECTRICI PWT-POWER: STREETS LIG PWT-POWER: STREETS LIG PWT-POWER: STREETS LIG PWT-POWER: STREETS LIG PWT-POWER: STREETS LIG PWT-POWER: STREETS LIG PWT-POWER: STREETS LIG PWT-POWER: STREETS LIG PWT-POWER: STREETS LIG PWT-POWER: STREETS LIG POL-ELECTRICITY: POLICE POL-ELECTRICITY: POLICE POL-ELECTRICITY: POLICE POL-ELECTRICITY: POLICE POL-ELECTRICITY: POLICE POL-ELECTRICITY: POLICE POL-ELECTRICITY: POLICE RSS-KLCC FACILITY ELEC 10/19/98 CM-RPF:PUBLIC DEFENDER 10/31/98 HR-RATEHOLDER ADS:OCT9 10/11/98 HR-NEWSPAPER ADS:JOB P 10/21/98 10/01/98 10/09/98 10/07/98 10/02/98 10/27/98 CDA-OFFICE CDA-OFFICE CDA-OFFICE CDA-OFFICE CDA-OFFICE CDA-OFFICE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES 65.03 5.37 243.98 182.12 55.76 267.02 131.82 6.73 92.09 25.28 25.28 13.30 227.52 9,282.50 57.51 136.51 5.37 75.18 5.37 150.17 198.84 144.04 103.26 101.21 155.13 39.29 248.74 172.60 114.74 930.99 96 .18 141.74 201.55 90.06 332.76 35.34 1,077.00 16,757.33 CORPORATE EXPRESS Bank Code: key 88221690 87885420 88025670 87977180 87907280 88310840 211.25 332.56 362.52 906.33 13.21 506.39 71.97 225.65 100.64 350.68 1,268.54 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Page: 2 0 chklst 11/16/1998 09:04:38 Check List CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Page: 3 Check Vendor ;;=;===;;===;;=;;;=====;==========;================================================================================================= Amount Paid Check Total Date Invoice Inv.Date Description -------- -------- ------------------------------------ ---------- -------- ---------------------- --------------- ------------------ 143503 11/16/98 000075 Voucher: 143504 11/16/98 000083 Voucher: 143505 11/16/98 000089 Voucher: 143506 11/16/98 000092 Voucher: -l 143507 11/16/98 000096 Voucher: t\ (.J t> 143508 11/16/98 000104 Voucher: 143509 11/16/98 000109 Voucher: 143510 11/16/98 000112 Voucher: 143511 11/16/98 000125 Voucher: A T & T WIRELESS SERVICES Bank Code: key 20405718 11/01/98 MIS-CELLULAR PHONES AI 10/27/98 MSFLT-DUPLICATE KEYS-V 10/29/98 MSFLT-DUPLICATE KEYS-V 10/19/98 10/03/98 10/17/98 10/17/98 10/10/98 10/11/98 10/31/98 CM-RFP:PUBLIC DEFENDER MSC-COUNCIL MTG AGENDA MSC-COUNCIL MTG AGENDA MSC-COUNCIL MTG AGENDA MSC-COUNCIL MTG AGENDA HR-JOB AD:SWQ ENVIRON MSC-COUNCIL MTG AGENDA 01/28/98 PWT-CTR PLAN AGREEMENT 08/06/98 PWT-COMMUTE TRIP REDUC 10/31/98 PWT-CTR COMMUTER BONUS 04/30/98 PWT-COMMUTE TRIP REDUC 10/20/98 10/20/98 10/20/98 10/20/98 10/20/98 10/20/98 10/20/98 10/20/98 10/20/98 10/20/98 10/23/98 PKM-WATER PKM-WATER PKM-WATER PKM-WATER PKM-WATER PKM-WATER PKM-WATER PKM-WATER PKM-WATER PKM-WATER PKM-WATER SERVICE FOR SERVICE FOR SERVICE FOR SERVICE FOR SERVICE FOR SERVICE FOR SERVICE FOR SERVICE FOR SERVICE FOR SERVICE FOR SERVICE FOR LOCK SHOP (DBA) Bank Code: key 206005 404257 OCT22-NOV4 11/04/98 LAW-DIST CT INTER PRETE PACIFIC COAST FORD INC Bank Code: key FOCS25986 FOCS25583 FOCS25895 FOCS26215 FOCS26276 NEWS TRIBUNE Bank Code: key T130059NT 65.583801 65584002 64574801 65584001 T125897NT 65585101 10/15/98 PKDBC-KEYS:KK SC8 DHD 10/13/98 POL-SECURITY LOCKS MAl 10/15/98 PKKFT-COMBINATE CYLIND 10/15/98 PW/SWM:PADLOCKS/FACILI 10/15/98 PKM-LOCKSMITH SERVICES 10/27/98 FLT/POL-REPL DOOR HING 10/15/98 FLT/POL-DOOR HANDLE RE 10/26/98 FLT/POL-TRANS ADJUSTME 11/04/98 FLT/POL-TRUNK LOCK REP 11/06/98 FLT/POL-REPL DOOR PANE 09/17/98 PWT-K/C SIGNS & SIGNAL 10/16/98 PWT-K/C SIGNS & SIGNAL 2,103.99 2,103.99 9.97 37.20 47.17 KING COUNTY-METROPOLITAN SV 7378 Bank Code: key 9087 9876 8247 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRICT Bank Code: key 00001-01 08881-03 08880-02 08241-02 28144-01 08998-02 08964-02 08224-02 04606-02 20499-03 30336-01 40.25 103.50 123.75 112.50 123.75 144.56 86.80 735.11 LOGREYRA, EDELINE M Bank Code: key ACTIVE SECURITY CONTROL (DB 11368 Bank Code: key 11357 11366 11364 11367 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVISIO 9856990 Bank Code: key 9864121 6,428.91 5,700.37 16,039.21 5,534.78 33,703.27 63.26 81.44 63.26 97.24 2,127.69 1,068.42 17.42 1,961.59 148.02 189.21 13 .10 5,830.65 472 . 50 472.50 11.09 20.99 41.82 315.59 5.61 395.10 143.54 75.26 37.63 164.39 1,266.04 1,686.86 21,831.52 29,785.74 ---------- --------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------------------~ Page: 3 ---------- 0 chklst 11/16/1998 09:04:38 Check List CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Page: 4 Check Date Vendor ==================================================================================================================================== Amount Paid Check Total Invoice Inv.Date Description -------- -------- ------------------------------------ ---------- -------- ---------------------- --------------- ------------------ 143511 11/16/98 000125 143512 11/16/98 000142 Voucher: 143513 11/16/98 000168 Voucher: 143514 11/16/98 000196 Voucher: 143515 11/16/98 000201 Voucher: -t l\ ( J 143516 11/16/98 000202 Voucher: 143517 11/16/98 000217 Voucher: 143518 11/16/98 000226 Voucher: 143519 11/16/98 000228 Voucher: 143520 11/16/98 000241 Voucher: 143521 11/16/98 000253 Voucher: 143522 11/16/98 000266 Voucher: KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVISIO 9856991 9850175 9864122 9856989 09/17/98 PWT-K/C SIGNS & SIGNAL 08/18/98 PWT-K/C SIGNS & SIGNAL 10/16/98 PWT-K/C SIGNS & SIGNAL 09/17/98 PWT-K/C SIGNS & SIGNAL CITY OF FED WAY-ADVANCE TRA CDBG:PARKE 11/10/98 CDBG-HOUSING CONF/C PA Bank Code: key PS-OWEN 11/09/98 PS-INTERVIEWING CONF DAILY JOURNAL OF COMMERCE I 3082849 Bank Code: key 11532 FORTE RENTALS INC Bank Code: key FN167421 10/19/98 CM-RFP:PUBLIC DEFENDER 11/02/98 PW/ST:SUBSCRIPTION REN 10/29/98 PKM-GROUNDS: MISC SUPP 10/16/98 10/16/98 10/19/98 10/21/98 10/23/98 10/27/98 10/26/98 10/26/98 10/29/98 10/22/98 10/29/98 10/12/98 PKM-COPIES:CELEBRATION PKM-BINDING:CELEBRATIO PKM-COPIES:CELEBRATION PKM-BOUND TABLETS/WILB POL-PRINTING SERVICES POL-PRINTING SERVICES POL-PRINTING SERVICES PW/ST:PLAN COPIES:MILI PKM:PRINTING SERVICES: SWM:COPIES-PUBLIC RECO CDPL:PRINT:COMP PLAN/L CDL-COPIES:WETLANDS BR U S WEST COMMUNICATIONS Bank Code: key 253-520-16 10/28/98 MIS-PHONES & DATA LINE 206-204-06 11/04/98 MIS-PHONES & DATA LINE 98-10-E FEDERAL EXPRESS CORPORATION 4-687-3554 10/30/98 PWS:COURIER CHARGES Bank Code: key 4-687-3554 10/30/98 CDBL-FEDEX/EDEN SYSTEM Q3:AG98-02 10/15/98 CDHS-CHILD ~ FAMILY CO FEDERAL WAY YOUTH & FAMILY Bank Code: key SOUTH KING CNTY MULTI SVC C Q3:AG98-02 10/14/98 CDHS-LITERACY PROGRAM Bank Code: key 11/09/98 OD:4 HRS TRAINING 10/2 KING COUNTY SEXUAL ASSAULT Bank Code: key WA STATE-TRANSPORTATION DEP ATB8101309 10/13/98 PW-MAINTENANCE FOR STA Bank Code: key 07/31/98 CDA-1999 DUES/WCPDA (continued) 5,072.07 15,254.82 3,014.81 12,122.20 289.47 130.18 87,081.16 419.65 KINKO'S INC Bank Code: key 5151000388 5151000388 5151000388 5151000388 5151000389 5151000389 5151000389 5151000389 5151000390 5151000388 5151000390 5151000387 46.80 190.00 236.80 WCPDA-WA CITIES PLAN DIRECT CDA-MOORE Bank Code: key 218.94 218.94 3.04 4.24 73.65 27.96 24.97 112.94 48.87 255.54 4.34 43.85 850.77 3.58 1,453.75 82.36 5,060.51 7.75 12.75 5,142.87 20.50 16,250.00 16,250.00 3,068.25 3,068.25 200.00 200.00 39,289.63 39,289.63 150.00 150.00 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Page: 4 0 chklst 11/16/1998 09:04:38 Check List CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Page: 5 Check Vendor ==================================================================================================================================== Amount Paid Check Total Date Invoice Inv.Date Description -------- -------- ------------------------------------ ---------- -------- ---------------------- --------------- ------------------ 143523 11/16/98 000276 Voucher: 143524 11/16/98 000280 Voucher: 143525 11/16/98 000286 Voucher: 143526 11/16/98 000302 Voucher: 143527 11/16/98 000308 Voucher: 143528 11/16/98 000317 Voucher: 143529 11/16/98 000328 Voucher: ~ 143530 11/16/98 000332 ~ Voucher: t -J ~ 143531 11/16/98 000340 Voucher: 143532 11/16/98 000345 Voucher: 143533 11/16/98 000376 Voucher: 143534 11/16/98 000414 Voucher: 143535 11/16/98 000423 Voucher: 55067950 11/01/98 PS-MAINT AGMT-DICTATIO LANIER WORLDWIDE INC Bank Code: key WA STATE-EMPLOYMENT SECURIT 015-56-959 10/21/98 PS:WORK HISTORY RESEAR Bank Code: key 537-08-347 10/16/98 PS:WORK HISTORY RESEAR 0290892 AT & T WIRELESS SERVICES Bank Code: key KING COUNTY RECORDS-ELECTIO PWST-FEE Bank Code: key SUBURBAN CITIES ASSOCIATION 98-1028 Bank Code: key MUNICIPAL CODE CORPORATION Bank Code: key ERNIE'S FUEL STOPS (DBA) Bank Code: key 21308 0009749 10/24/98 MIS-PAGERS MONTHLY SER 11/10/98 PW/ST:RECORDING FEE:QU 11/02/98 CC-SCA BOARD MEETING F 10/30/98 MSC:SUPPLEMENT #20 10/31/98 FLT-FUEL FOR CITY VEHI 10/30/98 LAW-LEGAL MESSENGER OC ABC LEGAL MESSENGERS INC Bank Code: key WA STATE-INFORMATION SERVIC 98-10-0022 11/04/98 MIS-SCAN LONG DISTANCE Bank Code: key 0244583 DOUG FOX TRAVEL Bank Code: key KING COUNTY WATER & LAND DI SIGNAGE 1 Bank Code: key CAFE PACIFIC CATERING INC Bank Code: key 2684 2694 2695 2696 2697 2698 2699 2700 2701 2702 2703 2705 35550 PERSONNEL RESOURCE CONSULT I 02189 Bank Code: key 02187 09/19/98 PWT:AIRFARE:RICK PEREZ 10/27/98 PW/SWM:PUBLIC INFO SIG 10/27/98 11/09/98 11/09/98 11/09/98 11/09/98 11/09/98 11/09/98 11/09/98 11/09/98 11/09/98 11/09/98 11/09/98 DBC-CATERING:TACOMA CA DBC-CATERING SVCS:RENT DBC-CATERING SVCS:RENT DBC-CATERING SVCS:RENT DBC-CATERING SVCS:RENT DBC-CATERING SVCS:RENT DBC-CATERING SVCS:RENT DBC-CATERING SVCS:RENT DBC-CATERING SVCS:RENT DBC-CATERING SVCS:RENT DBC-CATERING SVCS:RENT DBC-CATERING SVCS:RENT 10/26/98 PS-HOTEL/AIRFARE EXPEN 10/15/98 PS-PERSON TO JOB MATCH ----------- ~--------------------------------------------------/ --------------------------------------------------- Page: 5 376.30 376.30 13.82 9.82 23.64 27.08 27.08 14.00 14.00 10.00 10.00 1,489.74 1,489.74 1,113.98 1,113.98 81.00 81.00 1,063.67 1,063.67 385.67 385.67 195.01 195.01 531.25 194.55 121.66 1,057.05 2,327.74 590.50 82.94 227.64 545.13 369.72 484.43 83.44 6,616.05 924.11 490.00 1,414.11 ---------- 0 chklst 11/16/1998 09:04:38 Check List CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Page: 6 Check Date Vendor ==================================================================================================================================== Amount Paid Check Total Invoice Inv.Date Description -------- -------- ------------------------------------ ---------- -------- ---------------------- --------------- ------------------ 143536 11/16/98 000438 Voucher: 143537 11/16/98 000475 Voucher: 143538 11/16/98 000503 Voucher: 143539 11/16/98 000504 Voucher: 143540 11/16/98 000515 Voucher: 143541 11/16/98 000533 t Voucher: 143542 11/16/98 000541 ~ Voucher: CJ l~ 143543 11/16/98 000555 Voucher: 143544 11/16/98 000557 Voucher: 143545 11/16/98 000560 Voucher: 143547 11/16/98 000570 Voucher: DELI SMITH & CHOCOLATE JONE 0368 Bank Code: key CUSTOM SECURITY SYSTEMS Bank Code: key ROYAL REPROGRAPHICS Bank Code: key ORIENTAL GARDEN CENTER Bank Code: key 739165 739133 9510806 044585 045019 045032 045186 044768 FEDERAL WAY FIRE DEPARTMENT HR-OCT98 Bank Code: key PUGET SOUND SPECIALTIES INC 13932 Bank Code: key WESTERN EQUIPMENT DISTRIBUT 143849 Bank Code: key CRISIS CLINIC Bank Code: key APWA FALL CONFERENCE Bank Code: key FEDERAL WAY PTSA COUNCIL Bank Code: key EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE Bank Code: key 11/02/98 MSA-DEPT MGR MTG 11/2/ 11/01/98 CHB-ALARM SYSTEM MONIT 11/01/98 RSS-KLCC ALARM MONITOR 10/26/98 PWST:COPY/BIND PLAN SE 09/23/98 PKM-MISC REPAIR PARTS 10/07/98 PKM-MOWER SPARK PLUG 10/08/98 PKM-REPR RECOIL STARTE 10/14/98 SWM-EQUIPMENT PARTS & 09/29/98 PKM-GROUNDS:STILHL CHA 10/31/98 MSHR-ID CARDS:MATHESON 11/03/98 PWSWM:SEED MIX/VIP II 10/29/98 MSFLT-HEX DRIVE BELT-V Q3:AG98-00 10/15/98 CDHS-CRISIS TELEPHONE 98-022 10/08/98 PWS-APWA/LID PRECONFER Q3:AG98-00 11/06/98 CDHS-CLOTHES FOR KIDS (DB 38293 38342 38387 38386 38483 38486 38519 38457 38539 38541 38615 38697 38637 38643 38729 37883 10/20/98 10/22/98 10/23/98 10/23/98 10/27/98 10/27/98 10/28/98 10/26/98 10/29/98 10/29/98 10/31/98 11/04/98 11/02/98 11/02/98 11/05/98 10/06/98 FLT/POL-TIRES:M58410 # FLT/POL-LOF/BATTERY:M6 FLT/POL-REPAIR TIRE:M4 FLT/POL-ALIGN/BALL JTS FLT/POL-LOF/AIR FILTER FLT/POL-LOF:M53314 #61 FLT/POL-REPAIR TIRE:M3 FLT/POL-LOF:M43812 #60 FLT/POL-TIRES:M58523 # FLT/POL-BATTERY/LOF:M4 FLT/POL-TIRE REPAIR: # FLT/POL-LOF:M52023 #48 FLT/POL-BATTERY:M33710 FLT/POL-LOF:M45430 #48 FLT/POL-LOF:M43888 #48 FLT/POL-BRAKES/SWITCH: 26.46 26.46 103.00 59.74 162.74 103.28 103.28 30.39 19.87 33.25 13.68 29.67 126.86 20.00 20.00 287.80 287.80 94.09 94.09 772 . 50 772 . 50 245.00 245.00 1,087.71 1,087.71 242.78 65.15 12.19 403.59 33.65 24.97 12.19 20.62 198.80 64.06 12.19 21.71 124.01 21.71 21.71 367.04 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ page: 6 0 chklst 11/16/1998 09:04:39 Check List CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Page: 7 Check Vendor ==================================================================================================================================== Amount Paid Check Total Date Invoice Inv.Date Description -------- -------- ------------------------------------ ---------- -------- ---------------------- --------------- ------------------ 143547 11/16/98 000570 143548 11/16/98 000588 Voucher: 143549 11/16/98 000609 Voucher: 143550 11/16/98 000630 Voucher: 143551 11/16/98 000652 Voucher: 143552 11/16/98 000654 Voucher: ~ 143553 11/16/98 000664 ~ Voucher: I ~v 143554 11/16/98 000671 ~ Voucher: 143555 11/16/98 000694 Voucher: 143556 11/16/98 000697 Voucher: 143557 11/16/98 000710 Voucher: 143558 11/16/98 000718 Voucher: 143559 11/16/98 000721 Voucher: 143560 11/16/98 000724 Voucher: 143561 11/16/98 000738 Voucher: EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (DB 38384 10/23/98 FLT/POL-LOF:M33322 #51 005-224-60 10/28/98 DBC-FACILITY WATER SER 008-280-50 10/29/98 UBC-FACILITY WATER SER 008-227-18 10/29/98 DBC-FIRE SPRINKLER EME 007-307-50 11/02/98 PKM-PALISADES WATER SE EVERGREEN PACIFIC SUPPLY IN 2010810-00 09/29/98 PKM-REPAIR:SAGHALIE CL Bank Code: key TACOMA PUBLIC UTILITIES Bank Code: key LLOYD ENTERPRISES INC Bank Code: key 39947 11/09/98 PW-STREETS MAINTENANCE FWCCN Bank Code: key Q3:AG98-04 10/15/98 CDHS-TRANSITIONAL HOUS SEARS Bank Code: key SR91147371 10/12/98 PKDBC-REPLCMT BELT-DRU SR91186391 11/04/98 PWSWM:JEANS/FIELD CREW ACAP CHILD & FAMILY SERVICE Q3:AG98-05 10/15/98 CDHS-A.P.P.L.E. PARENT Bank Code: key Q3:AG98-05 10/15/98 CDHS-SUBSIDIZED CHILD 10/20/98 PW/SWM:30" HANCOR PIPE 11/05/98 RSS/CC-RESTOCK FIRST A 11/01/98 LAW-PUBLIC DEFENDER SE 10/06/98 MSHR-92 FLU SHOTS ACCT 08/31/98 MSFLT-KUBOTA PARTS MAN 09/22/98 MSFLT-KUBOTA PARTS MAN 10/16/98 PWS-READY MIX CONCRETE 10/20/98 PWS-READY MX CONCRETE/ 11/02/98 SWM-CONCRETE, CEMENT & HOMEGUARD SECURITY SERVICES 9880357000 11/02/98 Bank Code: key 10/13/98 PKM-UMBRELLAS/PARK TOU 10/14/98 MSFLT-FLOOR MATS #4812 10/14/98 PKM-SHOE DRYER 10/14/98 PKM-HEAVY DUTY RAINCOA 22.25 (continued) 1,668.62 267.44 150.43 41.26 380.02 839.15 56.59 660093 H D FOWLER COMPANY Bank Code: key ZEE MEDICAL SERVICE COMPANY 68554126 Bank Code: key PIERCE COUNTY BUDGET & FINA A27058 Bank Code: key GROUP HEALTH COOPERATIVE Bank Code: key 5607 56.59 40,064.98 40,064.98 JENNINGS EQUIPMENT INC Bank Code: key 069732 070110 500.00 500.00 AMERICAN CONCRETE INC Bank Code: key 0054352 0054417 0054681 108.44 114.00 222.44 G I JOE'S FEDERAL WAY Bank Code: key 45814 45815-1 45815-2 81897-1 2,500.00 2,000.00 4,500.00 267.76 267.76 88.51 88.51 20,444.17 20,444.17 961.00 961.00 97.68 -14.45 83.23 240.55 180.00 141.56 562.11 23.95 23.95 25.80 117.26 68.35 73.79 ---------- ---------- .--------------------------------------------------. --------------------------------------------------. Page: 7 0 chklst 11/16/1998 09:04:39 Check List CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Page: 8 Check Date Vendor ===:================================================================================================================================ Amount Paid Check Total Invoice Inv.Date Description -------- -------- ------------------------------------ ---------- -------- ---------------------- --------------- ------------------ 143561 11/16/98 000738 143562 11/16/98 000744 Voucher: 143563 11/16/98 000771 Voucher: 143564 11/16/98 000783 Voucher: t 143565 11/16/98 000808 ~ Voucher: Iv 143566 11/16/98 000873 ~ Voucher: 143567 11/16/98 000914 Voucher: 143568 11/16/98 000920 Voucher: 143569 11/16/98 000939 Voucher: 143570 11/16/98 000955 Voucher: 143571 11/16/98 000960 Voucher: G I JOE'S FEDERAL WAY SKILLPATH INC Bank Code: key COSTCO, ACCT 70037300000209 Bank Code: key 81897-2 89523-1 89523-2 4012610 10640000 10954100 15907000 13627300 10751100 13454000 12452000 14119100 10/14/98 PKM-RAINCOAT/S IKERD 10/14/98 PKM-HEAVY DUTY RAINCOA 10/14/98 PKM-BOOT WATERPROOFING 10/28/98 PS-REG ADMIN ASST CONF 09/30/98 10/02/98 10/05/98 10/09/98 10/12/98 10/13/98 10/15/98 10/22/98 PKRLS-FOOD:YOUTH COMM MSHR-REPLENISH WELLNES PKRCS-FALL CARNIVAL TR POL-HOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES POL-HOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES POL-HOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES PKRLS-FOOD:YOUTH COMM POL-HOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES FEDERAL WAY DISPOSAL CO INC PWSWR-0930 09/30/98 SWR-RECYCLING EQUIPMEN Bank Code: key 10 844440 10/31/98 SWR-DISPOSAL:LITTER CO 10 101011 10/31/98 PKM-WASTE HAULING 5963835 10/19/98 CHB-ELECTRICAL SUPPLIE PLATT ELECTRIC SUPPLY Bank Code: key TARGET/DAYTON'S CHARGE ACCO 1101769318 11/02/98 RCS-SUPPLIES: ARTS/SPE Bank Code: key 1101763166 10/26/98 RCS-SUPPLIES:COMM REC 101993301 11/02/98 PKRLS-FILM:SPECIAL POP ABOLINS AV PHOTOGRAPHICS Bank Code: key PAPER DIRECT INC Bank Code: key CULLYSPRING WATER COMPANY I Bank Code: key MUTUAL MATERIALS COMPANY Bank Code: key 56424-0 10/28/98 PKDBC-FXL REPLSMT LAMP 3195653601 10/07/98 PS-PAPER:CERTIFICATE J 125971 1413 3 3 151928 34751 201483-SEP 201483-AUG 201483-0CT AB809559S MATTHEW BENDER & COMPANY IN 7287046X Bank Code: key 10/31/98 10/31/98 10/31/98 10/31/98 09/30/98 08/31/98 10/31/98 PKM-BOTTLED WATER/COOL RCS-BOTTLED WATER: DBC DBC-BOTTLED WATER/COOL RSS-BOTTLED DRINKING W DBC/KFT-WATER/COOLER R DBC/KFT-WATER/COOLER R DBC/KFT-WATER/COOLER R 10/29/98 PW/SWM:SNAD MASON/1 CU 10/06/98 LAW-BOOKS AMER DISABIL (continued) 75.98 108.39 7.56 477.13 149.00 149.00 55.59 101.00 60.29 212.24 142.01 76.01 36.51 101.78 785.43 654.32 285.88 65.00 1,005.20 97 .41 97.41 41.85 18.64 42.00 102.49 92.03 92.03 108.65 108.65 33.94 14.07 100.46 51.86 10.86 47.45 20.09 278.73 239.68 239.68 61.12 61.12 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Page: 8 0 chklst 11/16/1998 09:04:39 Check List CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Page: 9 Check Date Vendor ==================================================================================================================================== Check Total Invoice Inv.Date Description Amount Paid -------- -------- ------------------------------------ ---------- -------- ---------------------- --------------- ------------------ 143572 11/16/98 000977 Voucher: 143573 11/16/98 000989 Voucher: 143574 11/16/98 000991 Voucher: 143575 11/16/98 001003 Voucher: 143576 11/16/98 001018 Voucher: 143577 11/16/98 001037 Voucher: J' (-\ (~143578 11/16/98 001052 \' Voucher: 143579 11/16/98 001061 Voucher: 143580 11/16/98 001066 Voucher: 143581 11/16/98 001109 Voucher: 143582 11/16/98 001139 Voucher: 143583 11/16/98 001146 Voucher: MEASUREMENT RESEARCH CORP Bank Code: key 102398 ----------- --------------------------------------------------- FRED MEYER INC Bank Code: key 420876 10/23/98 PWS-PAVEMENT DISTRESS 10/22/98 POL-WESTWY RECREATION 01070648 10/30/98 SS-COFFEE SUPPLIES: CI 01070648-2 10/30/98 SS-COFFEE SUPPLIES/REV 01070649 10/30/98 PKRLS/SS-COFFEE:SR MEA CATHOLIC COMMUNITY SERVICES Q3:AG98-03 10/13/98 CDHS-COUNSELING PROGRA Bank Code: key Q3:AG98-02 10/13/98 CDHS-EMERGENCY ASSISTA CASCADE COFFEE INC Bank Code: key NELSON TRUCK EQUIPMENT CO I 155822 Bank Code: key KEY BANK VISA Bank Code: key CDA-MOORE LAW-WSAMA HR-MCDOUGA PKA-WRPA DP-PEARSON LAW-TORREY GENUINE PARTS COMPANY Bank Code: key 383811 385180 385807 385992 386188 386976 WA STATE-AGRICULTURE DEPART 56252 Bank Code: key 2121 39465 BIG WHEEL AUTO PARTS Bank Code: key 326273 326466 326643 SMITH TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT C 4500532 Bank Code: key 4500530 4500533 4500531 4500529 1273 RED WING SHOE STORE Bank Code: key USSSA/SLO-PITCH SOFTBALL AS 3195 Bank Code: key 10/28/98 FLT-ACCESSORIES:#48200 10/27/98 10/27/98 10/27/98 10/27/98 10/27/98 10/27/98 10/22/98 10/30/98 11/03/98 11/04/98 11/05/98 11/09/98 CDA-EDC SEMINAR:G MOOR LAW-LODGING:WSAMA FALL MSHR-LODGING IPMA CONF PKA-WRPA CONFERENCE DP-CREDIT:AIRFARE LAW-DV CONFERENCE DALL FLT-LUBRICANT#48004 FLT-ANTIFREEZE #48026 PWSWM:SUPPLIES/NEW TRU PW/SWMM:MISC ITEMS:NEW PW/SWMM:MISC ITEMS:NEW FLT-OIL/TOWELS:48019 10/26/98 PW/SWM:PESTICIDE LICEN 10/29/98 PKM-PESTICIDE LICENSE 10/26/98 PW/SWM:PESTICIDE LICEN 11/02/98 PWSWM-MISC AUTO PARTS 11/03/98 PWSWM:RETURN/CREDIT & 11/04/98 PWSWM:GRAPHITE SPRAY 10/27/98 MSFLT-TUNEUP/FLET:1000 10/27/98 MSFLT-LOF-500 HR SVC:# 10/29/98 MSFLT-TUNEUP/500 HR SV 10/29/98 MSFLT-500 HR SVC:#4820 10/30/98 MSFLT-250 HR SVC:#4822 10/30/98 PKM-WORK BOOTS/J CORRO 10/01/98 PKRLS/AA-SOFTBALL TEAM 14,000.00 48.62 116.70 4.00 84.50 1,125.00 1,195.00 8,620.69 35.00 343.55 810.35 685.44 -221.00 629.99 3.57 15.18 75.82 12.70 29.84 6.80 25.00 25.00 25.00 94.68 0.05 3.70 1,504.41 576.86 508.44 589.34 353.73 160.00 820.00 --------------------------------------------------- 14,000.00 48.62 205.20 2,320.00 8,620.69 2,283.33 143.91 75.00 98.43 3,532.78 160.00 820.00 ---------- Page: 9 0 chklst 11/16/1998 09:04:39 Check List CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Page: 10 Check Date Vendor ==================================================================================================================================== Amount Paid Check Total Invoice Inv.Date Description -------- -------- ------------------------------------ ---------- -------- ---------------------- --------------- ------------------ 143584 11/16/98 001147 Voucher: 143585 11/16/98 001160 Voucher: 143586 11/16/98 001171 Voucher: 143587 11/16/98 001177 Voucher: 143588 11/16/98 001187 Voucher: 143589 11/16/98 001189 Voucher: 143590 11/16/98 001233 f Voucher: ~ 143591 11/16/98 001234 IV Voucher: "'-) 143592 11/16/98 001241 Voucher: 143593 11/16/98 001259 Voucher: 143594 11/16/98 001263 Voucher: 143595 11/16/98 001267 Voucher: 143596 11/16/98 001315 Voucher: PLANTSOURCE MAGAZINE Bank Code: key KUKER-RANKEN INC Bank Code: key MALLORY COMPANY Bank Code: key GILCHRIST CHEVROLET INC Bank Code: key TECHNOLOGY EXPRESS Bank Code: key PETTY CASH Bank Code: key A T & T BUSINESS SERVICE Bank Code: key 9475-R2285 10/31/98 PKM-YR SUBSC/PLANTSOUR 210737-001 10/01/98 PWA:FIELD BOOKS 1209975-01 10/23/98 PWSWM-GRAIN DRIVER GLO 1209975-02 10/22/98 PWSWM:RUBBER GLOVES S88466 074738 000784 09/22/98 FLT-1998 CHEV #48200 11/05/98 MSDP-MEMORY UPGRADE 8M 11/05/98 CM-REIMB PETTY CASH FU 0192199314 10/24/98 MIS-LONG DISTANCE PHON 0510657509 10/28/98 MIS-LONG DISTANCE PHON 0510661494 10/28/98 MIS-LONG DISTANCE PHON MCCARTHY CAUSSEAUX ROURKE I 9025-00M Bank Code: key WEST COAST AWARDS Bank Code: key 1514 1526 33429 33501 33500 KING COUNTY CRIME VICTIMS F OCT 1998 Bank Code: key MICHAELS STORES #8900 Bank Code: key TOP FOODS HAGGEN INC Bank Code: key MOUNTAIN MIST WATER Bank Code: key 0303 246080 246196 246083 246296 246078 018397 01l771 000147 010398 10/31/98 MSC-HEARING EXAMINER S 08/31/98 PWA-EMER MGMT PATCHES 08/31/98 PKM-PRINT SHIRTS/sET-U 10/12/98 RSS-PRINTED PROGRAM SH 10/27/98 RSS-PRINTED PROGRAM SH 10/27/98 RSS-PRINTED PROGRAM SH 11/10/98 MSF-REMIT CRIME VICTIM 10/21/98 PS-SUPPLIES:WESTWAY PR 10/21/98 10/28/98 10/28/98 10/30/98 1l/04/98 RSS-SUPPLIES: KOREAN L RSS-SUPPLIES: KOREAN L RCS-SUPPLIES: ARTS/sPE RCS-SUPPLIES: ARTS/SPE RSS-SUPPLIES: KOREAN L 73.85 73.85 87.88 87.88 10/28/98 POL-BOTTLED WATER/cOOL 10/28/98 POL-BOTTLED WATER/COOL 10/28/98 CHB-BOTTLED DRINKING W 10/28/98 CHB-BOTTLED DRINKING W 299.66 87.13 386.79 25,828.67 25,828.67 946 . 99 946.99 178.70 178.70 49.38 1l.62 1l.62 72.62 1,119.60 1,119.60 675.13 46.16 43.22 157.96 81.18 1,003.65 1,204.14 1,204.14 91.81 91.81 36.84 51.05 50.94 2.17 54.43 195.43 23.89 97.74 218.82 38.55 379.00 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Page: 10 0 chklst 11/16/1998 09:04:40 Check List CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Page: 11 Check Vendor ==================================================================================================================================== Amount Paid Check Total Date 143597 11/16/98 001390 Voucher: 143598 11/16/98 001422 Voucher: 143599 11/16/98 001424 Voucher: 143600 11/16/98 001431 ~- Voucher: (1 lv 143601 11/16/98 001448 D.J Voucher: 143602 11/16/98 001481 Voucher: 143603 11/16/98 001485 Voucher: 143604 11/16/98 001552 Voucher: 143605 11/16/98 001575 Voucher: 143606 11/16/98 001593 Voucher: 143607 11/16/98 001612 Voucher: 143608 11/16/98 001630 Voucher: EAGLE HARDWARE & GARDEN 009 Bank Code: key BERGER/ABAM ENGINEERS INC Bank Code: key SOUND ELEVATOR Bank Code: key M A SEGALE INC Bank Code: key Invoice 000505656 000805321 000400177 000806255 000605912 000806441 002003891 000607939 000607957 000302160 000402833 000507496 6317 94051691 149276 149312 149349 149389 BLUE RIBBON WINDOW CLEANING 12549 Bank Code: key 12550 3145289 CH2M HILL NORTHWEST INC Bank Code: key MEDALLION SCHOOL PARTNERSHI OCT 1998 Bank Code: key PETTY CASH-KLCC REC DEPT Bank Code: key P C COMPUTING Bank Code: key FEDERAL WAY TOWING INC Bank Code: key THE POLLARD GROUP INC Bank Code: key BLUMENTHAL UNIFORM CO INC Bank Code: key 000778 Inv.Date Description 09/30/98 10/01/98 10/05/98 10/05/98 10/06/98 10/06/98 10/08/98 10/14/98 10/14/98 10/20/98 10/14/98 10/09/98 SWMWQ-MAINT & REPAIR S POL-MAINT REPAIR/OTHR SWMWQ-MAINT & REPAIR S SWMWQ-MAINT & REPAIR S SWMWQ-MAINT & REPAIR S PKRLS-GAS CAN/PRESSURE SWMWQ-MAINT & REPAIR S PKM-GROUNDS MAINT SUPP DBC-FACILITY REPAIR SU PKM-GROUNDS MAINT SUPP CDB-MISC SUPPLIES/INSP PW/SWM:DRILL BITS 09/04/98 PKC-CELEBRATION PK PRJ 11/01/98 CHB-MONTHLY ELEVATOR S 10/21/98 PWS-CLASS B ASPHALT- 3 10/22/98 PWS-CLASS B ASPHALT- 3 10/23/98 SWM-ASPHALT & ROAD OIL 10/26/98 PWS-CLASS B ASPHALT-31 10/28/98 PKRLS-WINDOW CLEANING: 10/28/98 CHB-WINDOW CLEANING SV 10/15/98 PW-FINAL DESIGN:SW 336 11/03/98 CDBG-CARES CHILDCARE P 11/06/98 PKRCS-REIM PETTY CASH 740008 SDR 11/02/98 MSDP: SUBSCRIPTION (12 2625 37100 61082-01 58844 61130 62904 10/05/98 PS-TOW CHGS FOR TWO PA 10/29/98 LAW-PRINTING:PROMISSOR 10/16/98 POL-UNIFORMS & ACCESSO 10/16/98 POL-UNIFORMS & ACCESSO 10/16/98 POL-UNIFORMS & ACCESSO 10/16/98 POL-UNIFORMS & ACCESSO 3.67 90.70 43.65 36.65 51.19 5.93 49.43 281.30 95.76 20.32 49.77 20.94 749.31 -------- -------- ------------------------------------ ---------- -------- ---------------------- --------------- ------------------ 1,789.50 1,789.50 105.38 105.38 32.85 65.70 52.94 65.70 217.19 100.00 80.00 180.00 2,593.95 2,593.95 336.13 336.13 145.09 145.09 16.94 16.94 151.49 151. 49 171.21 171.21 18.46 401.60 1. 09 3.26 ---------- ----------- .--------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------------------- Page: 11 0 chklst 11/16/1998 09:04:40 Check List CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Page: 12 Check Date Vendor ;;==;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;=================;========================================;========;==;;==;====;;;;=;=;;;=;=;==;==== Amount Paid Check Total Invoice Inv.Date Description -------- -------- ------------------------------------ ---------- -------- ---------------------- --------------- ------------------ 143608 11/16/98 001630 143609 11/16/98 001732 Voucher: 143610 11/16/98 001733 Voucher: 143611 11/16/98 001748 Voucher: 143612 11/16/98 001778 Voucher: 143613 11/16/98 001793 Voucher: 143614 11/16/98 001799 r Voucher: ~ 143615 11/16/98 001802 '<cl Voucher: ~;143616 11/16/98 001805 Voucher: 143617 11/16/98 001814 Voucher: 143618 11/16/98 001856 Voucher: 143619 11/16/98 001893 Voucher: 143620 11/16/98 001902 Voucher: 143621 11/16/98 001936 Voucher: 143622 11/16/98 001988 Voucher: BLUMENTHAL UNIFORM CO INC HANSEN COMMUNICATIONS INC Bank Code: key SHURGARD OF FEDERAL WAY Bank Code: key EVERSON'S ECONO-VAC INC Bank Code: key LAND & WATER MAGAZINE Bank Code: key MICROFLEX INC Bank Code: key 60580-81 D6416 48086 009583 009582 009564 3590 00011634 R L CLEARING & EXCAVATING I 01-22218 Bank Code: key PACIFIC ELECTRONICS INC Bank Code: key VADIS NORTHWEST Bank Code: key 37143 00010742 021341 PARAMETRIX INC Bank Code: key ACTION SERVICES CORPORATION 025456 Bank Code: key FEDERAL WAY SCHOOL DISTRICT SIF-OCT98 Bank Code: key MYERS MASTER LAWN CARE Bank Code: key PAGENET Bank Code: key SERVICE LINEN SUPPLY Bank Code: key 001532 001528 001529 001530 001531 10/16/98 POL-UNIFORMS & ACCESSO 11/03/98 SWM-AFTER HOURS CALL-O 11/03/98 PKM-REIMBURSE PAINT CO 10/30/98 SWM-VACUUM/JET RODDING 10/30/98 SWM-VACUUM/JET RODDING 10/30/98 SWM-VACUUM/JET RODDING 10/19/98 PW/SWM:LAND/WATER SUBS 11/04/98 MSF-TAX AUDIT PROGRAM- 08/12/98 CDBL-REFUND:ADMIN DEPO 10/26/98 MSTEL(PW)-RADIO HEADSE 11/03/98 PW-LITTER CONTROL PROG 10/14/98 PW-BPA TRAIL CORRIDR P 10/31/98 SWM-STREET SWEEPING SE 11/05/98 MSF-SCHOOL IMPACT FEES 10/31/98 PW-ROW LANDSCAPE MAINT 10/31/98 DBC-LANDSCAPE MAINT SV 10/31/98 DBC-LANDSCAPE MAINTENA 10/31/98 PKM-PARKS LANDSCAPE MA 10/31/98 PKM-PARKS LANDSCAPE MA 025-606844 11/01/98 MIS-PAGERS MONTHLY SER 1022/1284 1029/3891 1105/6545 10/22/98 RSS-KLCC WEEKLY LINEN 10/29/98 RSS-KLCC WEEKLY LINEN 11/05/98 RSS-KLCC WEEKLY LINEN 157.47 (continued) 581.88 70.50 70.50 200.00 200.00 2,415.92 4,538.29 421.96 7,376.17 20.00 20.00 213 .68 213.68 500.00 500.00 81.00 81.00 3,866.00 3,866.00 3,471.90 3,471.90 3,106.94 3,106.94 17,292.00 17,292.00 11,319.81 1,769.46 93.33 1,191.64 1,540.01 15,914.25 963.75 963.75 29.00 29.84 29.84 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Page: 12 0 chklst 11/16/1998 09:04:40 Check List CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Page: 13 Check Vendor ==================================================================================================================================== Check Total Date Invoice Inv.Date Description Amount Paid -------- -------- ------------------------------------ ---------- -------- ---------------------- --------------- ------------------ 143622 11/16/98 001988 143623 11/16/98 001989 Voucher: 143624 11/16/98 001992 Voucher: 143625 11/16/98 001998 Voucher: 143626 11/16/98 002010 Voucher: 143627 11/16/98 002044 Voucher: 143628 11/16/98 002128 ~ Voucher: ( 143629 11/16/98 002204 '\ Voucher: ~ ~ 143630 11/16/98 002231 Voucher: 143631 11/16/98 002241 Voucher: 143632 11/16/98 002271 Voucher: 143633 11/16/98 002279 Voucher: 143634 11/16/98 002363 Voucher: 143635 11/16/98 002379 Voucher: 143636 11/16/98 002426 Voucher: SERVICE LINEN SUPPLY JENSEN TOOLS INC Bank Code: key 1112/9074 2363485-00 10/23/98 MS/MIS TONER-DIRT FILT 11/12/98 RSS-KLCC WEEKLY LINEN 126566 10/13/98 PW/ST:FITTINGS/HOSES F GOSNEY MOTOR PARTS Bank Code: key R W SCOTT CONSTRUCTION CO I 10:AG97-15 11/10/98 PW-SW 336TH ST WIDENIN Bank Code: key KCM INC Bank Code: key PACIFIC SAFETY SUPPLY INC Bank Code: key 122691 122647 122703 76193 76640 KLEINS COMMERCIAL DOOR SERV 1078 Bank Code: key 1077 WILBUR-ELLIS COMPANY Bank Code: key SHELDON & ASSOCIATES INC Bank Code: key 24-68140 24-68451 95758 10/29/98 PW/SWM-STAR LK BASIN D 10/27/98 SWM-MALL DETENTION PH 10/29/98 SWM-SW 340TH REGL STOR 10/22/98 PWS-FIRST AID KIT FOR 11/04/98 PW/SWMM:RUF DUCK SAFE' 10/22/98 PKM-FACILITIES DOOR RE 10/22/98 CHB-REPAIR DOORS/TRAVE 10/12/98 PW/SWM:DEFLECTOR FOR E 10/21/98 PWS-UREA FOR SNOW AND 11/04/98 PW/SWM-WETLAND BIOLOGI Q3:AG98-04 10/27/98 CDHS-AFTER HRS EMERGEN SALVATION ARMY Bank Code: key AMERICAN SOC CIVIL ENGINEER 2529725 Bank Code: key 2479284 GIESY, GREER & GUNN INC Bank Code: key RAINBOW CONNECTION INC Bank Code: key PACIFIC TOPSOILS INC Bank Code: key UNITED GROCERS INC Bank Code: key 09/17/98 PW/SWM:MEMBERSHIP:AMER 09/17/98 PW/SWM:MEMBERSHIP:AMER MSF-110498 11/04/98 RM-BROKER/INS SELECTIO OCT5-0CT30 10/30/98 CDBG-CHILD CARE PROGRA 365524 1144793 1144676 144773 1144684 10/19/98 SWM-DITCHING MATERIAL 10/27/98 PKRLS-CANDY:SNR HALLOW 11/03/98 PKRLS-PAPER TOWELS, TR 11/09/98 RCS-SUPPLIES: ARTS/SPE 10/31/98 PKRLS/SP-FOOD:FALL HAR 30.18 208.83 77.24 30,591.87 1,536.55 5,620.57 2,754.04 43.01 190.10 130.32 168.33 5.43 1,062.11 275.10 784.48 160.00 170.00 500.00 759.00 27.50 21.95 108.20 25.03 45.10 ----------~ --------------------------------------------------~ --------------------------------------------------- (continued) 118.86 208.83 77.24 30,591.87 9,911.16 233.11 298.65 1,067.54 275.10 784.48 330.00 500.00 759.00 27.50 200.28 ---------- Page: 13 0 chklst 11/16/1998 09:04:40 Check List CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Page: 14 Check Date Vendor ==================================================================================================================================== Amount Paid Check Total Invoice SEP15-0CT2 10/26/98 PKRCS-VIOLIN/KEYBOARD Inv.Date Description -------- -------- ------------------------------------ ---------- -------- ---------------------- --------------- ------------------ 143637 11/16/98 002470 Voucher: 143638 11/16/98 002475 Voucher: 143639 11/16/98 002477 Voucher: 143640 11/16/98 002501 Voucher: 143641 11/16/98 002523 Voucher: 143642 11/16/98 002534 Voucher: 143643 11/16/98 002544 J- Voucher: ~ !: . 143644 11/16/98 002545 Voucher: 143645 11/16/98 002548 Voucher: 143646 11/16/98 002557 Voucher: 143647 11/16/98 002562 Voucher: 143648 11/16/98 002566 Voucher: 143649 11/16/98 002567 Voucher: 143650 11/16/98 002645 Voucher: 143651 11/16/98 002664 Voucher: VAN SCHOIACK, LARRY Bank Code: key WA STATE-TRANSPORTATION DEP ATB8101310 10/13/98 PW-LAND ACQUISITION/ST Bank Code: key ATB8091514 09/15/98 PWS-PROJ MGMT:MILITARY ESA18581 10/28/98 PWD:WSDOT PLANS:JIM PR HOME DEPOT Bank Code: key SHOPE CONCRETE PRODUCTS CO Bank Code: key 021672 201449 85989 40723 86070 R & L TRUCKING & CONSTRUCTI 11332 Bank Code: key 11331 ARBORSCAN INC Bank Code: key HYUNDAI FOOD Bank Code: key PACIFIC AIR CONTROL INC Bank Code: key SPRAGUE PEST CONTROL Bank Code: key 1998308-4 458954 458957 461195 461196 47477 47398 47321 1-38676 PETTY CASH FUND-PARKS MAINT 000754 Bank Code: key INTERSTATE BATTERIES SEATTL 768684 Bank Code: key U S WEST COMMUNICATIONS Bank Code: key WEARGUARD Bank Code: key BIRTH TO THREE DEVELOPMENT Bank Code: key FLEX-PLAN SERVICES INC Bank Code: key 10/29/98 PKM-BIRD SCARE MATERIA 09/18/98 CDN-SUPPLIES:NEIGHBORH 10/24/98 PW/SWM:MANHOLE SECTION 10/24/98 PW/SWM:16" RISERS 10/24/98 PW/SWM:CATCH BASIN/TYP 10/28/98 PWS-SAND FOR SNOW AND 10/27/98 PWS-SAND FOR SNOW AND 11/04/98 PKM-REMOVAL OF DEAD TR 10/21/98 RSS-SUPPLIES: KOREAN L 10/21/98 RSS-SUPPLIES: KOREAN L 10/28/98 RSS-SUPPLIES: KOREAN L 10/28/98 RSS-SUPPLIES: KOREAN L 10/23/98 PKRLS-HVAC BELTS/FILTE 10/19/98 PKRLS/CC-BELTS AND FIL 10/15/98 RSS-KLCC HVAC SYSTEM M 11/02/98 PKM-FACILITIES PEST CO 11/04/98 PKM-REIMB PETTY CASH F 10/28/98 MSTEL:PAGER BATTERIES/ SEA-3644-6 10/19/98 DBC-SEATTLE DIRECTORY 38574313-1 10/23/98 PW/ST:REPLACEMENT JACK Q3:AG98-02 10/19/98 CDHS-FAMILY SERVICES P 17901 10/27/98 HR-FLEXIBLE SPENDING P 454.35 454.35 76.85 66.93 60.00 203.78 17.12 1,239.22 1,256.34 475.61 419.51 430.89 1,326.01 618.14 2,095.31 2,713.45 543.00 543.00 55.79 9.99 52.32 9.99 128.09 36.92 95.57 146.70 279.19 86.88 86.88 167.99 167.99 51.80 51.80 30.30 30.30 65.61 65.61 4,750.00 4,750.00 228.60 228.60 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Page: 14 0 chklst 11/16/1998 09:04:40 Check List CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Page: 15 Check Vendor ==================================================================================================================================== Amount Paid Check Total Date Invoice Inv.Date Description -------- -------- ------------------------------------ ---------- -------- ---------------------- --------------- ------------------ 143652 11/16/98 002679 Voucher: 143653 11/16/98 002836 Voucher: 143654 11/16/98 002846 Voucher: 143655 11/16/98 002853 Voucher: 143656 11/16/98 002887 Voucher: 143657 11/16/98 003039 Voucher: 143658 11/16/98 003048 Voucher: ~ 143659 11/16/98 003070 Voucher: ( \ ~ 14366011/16/98 003085 ;J Voucher: 143661 11/16/98 003100 Voucher: 143662 11/16/98 003138 Voucher: 143663 11/16/98 003157 Voucher: 143664 11/16/98 003170 Voucher: KANG, SAI C Bank Code: key GRAHAM & JAMES LLP/ Bank Code: key DEES & ASSOCIATES, BRUCE Bank Code: key 25 MINUTE PHOTO Bank Code: key EN POINTE TECHNOLOGIES Bank Code: key WOOD, RONALD T Bank Code: key OCT27-0CT2 10/29/98 LAW-DIST CT INTER PRETE 302291 325474 2728 05/07/98 LAW-LEGAL SVCS ADULT E 10/26/98 LAW-LEGAL SVCS ADULT E 10/30/98 PKC-CELEBRATN SPORTS F OCT1-0CT29 10/29/98 PW/ST:FILM DEVELOPING/ 734380 737768 000799 000798 PETTY CASH-PUBLIC SAFETY DE 000777 Bank Code: key MCMILLION, KAREN K Bank Code: key 10/28/98 MSDP/PS-FUJITSU E340 6 10/31/98 MSDP/PS-FUJITSU E340 6 10/30/98 PS-REIMB BUSINESS EXPE 11/09/98 PS-REIMB IACP CONFEREN 11/09/98 PS:REIMB PETTY CASH FU OCT27-NOV5 11/05/98 LAW-PUBLIC DEFENSE SCR TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION GROU 477383 Bank Code: key 465567 466042 CARBCO INC Bank Code: key NORMED Bank Code: key LES SCHWAB TIRE CTRS OF WA Bank Code: key 13133 13144 13147 13151 13152 13163 13171 13162 13200 10/30/98 MS/GAC-ATI VIDEO CARD 09/22/98 MSDP-ZIP DISK 6-PACK 09/23/98 MSDP-ZIP DRIVE 100-MEG 10/19/98 10/20/98 10/20/98 10/20/98 10/20/98 10/22/98 10/23/98 10/22/98 10/30/98 FLT-TUNEUP/TRANS:M3181 FLT-TRANS/TUNEUP:M4423 FLT-VEHICLE REPAIR & M FLT-VEHICLE REPAIR & M FLT-VEHICLE REPAIR & M FLT-VEHICLE REPAIR & M FLT-VEHICLE REPAIR & M FLT-FUEL PUMP/TUNEUP:M FLT-STALLING REPAIR:M4 12378-2675 10/26/98 PS-GLOVES, POWDER FREE 141226 141810 139894 MODERN SECURITY SYSTEMS INC 20754 Bank Code: key 10/14/98 FLT-TIRE REPAIRS:#4820 10/24/98 FLT-TIRES:M44263 #4802 09/18/98 FLT-TIRE REPAIR #48204 10/28/98 PKM-ALARM INSTALL:BEAC ----------- --------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------------------- Page: 15 180.00 180.00 907.51 595.00 1,502.51 5,362.62 5,362.62 93.09 93.09 2,604.37 178.53 2,782.90 153.50 1,202.34 297.72 1,355.84 297.72 420.00 420.00 148.7B 74.93 116.20 339.91 429.33 579.40 22.61 22.61 22.61 127.84 371.97 830.29 85.20 2,491.86 181.21 181.21 78.94 303.14 26.31 408.39 30.00 30.00 ---------- 0 chklst 11/16/1998 09:04:41 Check List CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Page: 16 Check Date Vendor ==================================================================================================================================== Amount Paid Check Total Invoice Inv.Date Description -------- -------- ------------------------------------ ---------- -------- ---------------------- --------------- ------------------ 143665 11/16/98 003192 Voucher: 143666 11/16/98 003206 Voucher: 143667 11/16/98 003210 Voucher: 143668 11/16/98 003215 Voucher: 143669 11/16/98 003220 Voucher: 143670 11/16/98 003236 Voucher: 143671 11/16/98 003255 Voucher: 143672 11/16/98 003310 t~ Voucher: I~ 143673 11/16/98 003376 ~ Voucher: c) 143674 11/16/98 003410 Voucher: 143675 11/16/98 003412 Voucher: 143676 11/16/98 003466 Voucher: 143677 11/16/98 003500 Voucher: 143678 11/16/98 003536 Voucher: 143679 11/16/98 003539 Voucher: 143680 11/16/98 003563 Voucher: NAOIIF, ABDUEL K Bank Code: key HERRERA ENVIRONMENTAL Bank Code: key IA16448FW 3676 2872 HOUGH BECK & BAIRD INC Bank Code: key SEATTLE PUMP & EQUIPMENT CO 2191 Bank Code: key POLLOCK PHD, KATHLEEN RORK Bank Code: key QFC Bank Code: key TERRITORIAL SUPPLIES INC Bank Code: key U S BANK OF WASHINGTON Bank Code: key KIRICHENKO, ALEX Bank Code: key BP OIL COMPANY Bank Code: key OPTI-COLOR FILM & PHOTO Bank Code: key 052996 67853 024653 10/26/98 LAW-DIST CT INTER PRETE 09/16/98 SWM-STEEL LAKE MILFOIL 11/01/98 PKC-LK KILLARNEY PHASE 10/29/98 PWS-1/4" STAINLESS STE 09/30/98 PS-PSYCH TEST/EVAL/REP 11/04/98 PS-FLOWERS 10/08/98 PS-TRAFFIC CONE W/REFL 2:G MERLIN 11/05/98 PWT-5% RETAINAGE:G MER OCT28-0CT3 10/30/98 LAW-DIST CT INTERPRETE J980590228 10/20/98 FLT/POL-FUEL: POLICE V 338163-1 LIGHTNING POWDER COMPANY IN 155119 Bank Code: key WESCOM COMMUNICATIONS Bank Code: key ERGO & HEALTH NETWORK Bank Code: key 8668 763 R1l2505 METROMAIL CORPORATION DBA Bank Code: key VALLEY COMMUNICATIONS CENTE 980839 Bank Code: key 10/30/98 POL-FILM/PHOTO SUPPLIE 11/02/98 POL-CRIME SCENE SUPPLI 10/26/98 LAW-RADAR EXPERT WITNE 10/16/98 CDA-ERGONOMIC CHAIR 10/19/98 MSDP/PS-TAC,WA COLE DI 10/28/98 PS-MDT MAINTENANCE/OCT 75.00 75.00 1,415.86 1,415.86 2,263.90 2,263.90 75.48 75.48 1,345.00 1,345.00 35.83 35.83 643.45 643.45 13,155.42 13 , 155.42 70.00 70.00 56.47 56.47 163.00 163.00 432.40 432.40 500.00 500.00 357.29 357.29 899.21 899.21 270.00 270.00 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Page: 16 0 chklst 11/16/1998 09:04:41 Check List CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Page: 17 Check Vendor ==============================~===~==~~=========~=========~====~==================================================================== Amount Paid Check Total Date Invoice Inv.Date Description -------- -------- ------------------------------------ ---------- -------- ---------------------- --------------- ------------------ 143681 11/16/98 003587 Voucher: 143682 11/16/98 003600 Voucher: 143683 11/16/98 003619 Voucher: 143684 11/16/98 003645 Voucher: 143685 11/16/98 003667 Voucher: 143686 11/16/98 003713 Voucher: ~ 143687 11/16/98 003719 Voucher: ( : 143688 11/16/98 003722 Voucher: '"f::- 143689 11/16/98 003723 Voucher: 143690 11/16/98 003813 Voucher: 143691 11/16/98 003831 Voucher: 143692 11/16/98 003834 Voucher: 143693 11/16/98 003837 Voucher: 143694 11/16/98 003922 Voucher: 143695 11/16/98 003925 Voucher: . THE PAPER ZONE Bank code: key SPILLMAN TECHNOLOGIES INC Bank Code: key FEDERAL WAY CYCLE CENTER Bank Code: key 3760 8761 92167753 92169403 92168856 92169544 AMERICAN JANITORIAL SERVICE 465 Bank Code: key 451-463 464 466 10/29/98 PS-4 BALES PAPER BAGS: 10/22/98 MSDP-PS-SPILLMAN PICTU 10/01/98 FLT/POL-TUNEUP:M8460 # 10/30/98 FLT/POL-LOF:M7993 #488 10/22/98 FLT/POL-ACC REPAIRS:M7 11/04/98 FLT/POL-TIRES:M13456 # 11/03/98 PKKFT-JANITORIAL SERVI 11/03/98 DBC-RETREAT JANITORIAL 11/03/98 DBC-JANITORIAL SVCS:OC 11/03/98 PKM-DUMAS/REC CLEANING A T & T WIRELESS LONG DISTA 206-010-09 10/17/98 MIS-CELLULAR LONG DIST Bank Code: key KING COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH D 7810487 Bank Code: key FEDERAL WAY CARPET/UPHOLSTE 8012 Bank Code: key 8031 PERFECTION ART & FRAME Bank Code: key DARTNELL CORPORATION Bank Code: key NORMAN WILDLIFE CONSULTING Bank Code: key GSR POLYGRAPH SERVICES Bank Code: key SOUND TELECOM Bank Code: key UNITED PARCEL SERVICE Bank Code: key NATIONAL BAG COMPANY INC Bank Code: key LEADERSHIP TOMMORROW Bank Code: key 112972 SB795450 11/04/98 CDHS-LIQUOR PROFITS/EX 10/20/98 PS-CARPET CLEANING/HOL 11/03/98 PS-CLEAN HOLDING CELL 10/18/98 PS-CUSTOM FRAMING FOR 10/28/98 PKM-SUCCESSFUL SUPV RE CDPL-10309 10/30/98 CDL-VRCC SHORELINE MON 98-018 A6585 10/30/98 PS-POLYGRAPH EXAMS:POL 10/31/98 PKM-EMERGENCY ANSWER IN 8941354707 10/24/98 PS-DELIVERY SERVICES 8941354707 10/31/98 PS-DELIVERY SERVICES 3566113 10/12/98 PS:ll"CABLE TIE/50LB T CDHS-GUENT 11/04/98 CDHS-MEMBERSHIP:ANN GO ----------- --------------------------------------------------- 147.61 147.61 2,763.20 2,763.20 65.71 33.29 58.64 430.96 588.60 891.48 4,690.20 1,485.80 393.30 7,460.78 2.37 2.37 4,133.22 4,133.22 75.00 65.00 140.00 11 7.07 11 7.07 99.12 99.12 1,904.44 1,904.44 1,125.00 1,125.00 133.50 133.50 51.15 10.25 61.40 665.30 665.30 50.00 50.00 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - . - - - - - - - - - - Page: 17 0 chklst 11/16/1998 09:04:41 Check List CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Page: 18 Check Date Vendor ==================================================================================================================================== Amount Paid Check Total Invoice Inv.Date Description -------- -------- ------------------------------------ ---------- -------- ---------------------- --------------- ------------------ 143696 11/16/98 003947 Voucher: 143697 11/16/98 003977 Voucher: 143698 11/16/98 003981 Voucher: 143699 11/16/98 003983 Voucher: 143700 11/16/98 003990 Voucher: 143701 11/16/98 004001 Voucher: 143702 11/16/98 004004 Voucher: 143703 11/16/98 004050 Voucher: -t ~ 143704 't l\ 143705 11/16/98 004093 Voucher: 11/16/98 004113 Voucher: 143706 11/16/98 004128 Voucher: 143707 11/16/98 004135 Voucher: 143708 11/16/98 004150 Voucher: 143709 11/16/98 004175 Voucher: 143710 11/16/98 004240 Voucher: 143711 11/16/98 004243 Voucher: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Bank Code: key KEY BANK VISA Bank Code: key 000869 11/10/98 PS:CHECK WRITTEN PS-LINDSTR 10/27/98 PS-NATL DV CONFERENCE/ PS-HARTFIE 10/27/98 POL-TRAVEL EXPENSES 3,865.87 3,865.87 669.65 46.42 716.07 STRAFFORD PUBLICATIONS INC Bank Code: key 218414 11/10/98 MSF-ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTIO 10-R W SCO 11/10/98 PW-5% RETAINAGE:RW SCO 337.00 337.00 SEAFIRST BANK Bank Code: key PIVETTA BROS CONSTRUCTION I 4:AG98-135 11/05/98 SWM-SEATAC PHASE I (BE Bank Code: key BANK OF SUMNER Bank Code: key PACIFIC COAST FORD INC Bank Code: key 4:PIVETTA POL-OCT98 11/05/98 SWM-5% RETAINAGE:PIVET 10/29/98 POL-VEHICLES & EQUIPME 10/06/98 PKC-CELEBRATION PK CON 253-D08-60 10/19/98 MIS-DATA COMM LINE SER 1,610.10 1,610.10 MICHAEL P WILLIAMS CONSULTI MPW-236 Bank Code: key U S WEST COMMUNICATIONS Bank Code: key READ P.E., LISA M Bank Code: key PWD-110198 11/01/98 PWD-CONSTRCTN PLAN REV PARCEL 6 11/03/98 PROJECT:E CAMPUS PK PA VILLAGE GR 11/03/98 PROJECT: VILLAGE GREEN MINUTEMAN PRESS INTERNATION 2074 Bank Code: key 2075 POLYGLOT TRANSLATION SERVIC CA04273FW Bank Code: key DOMINO'S PIZZA INC Bank Code: key JACKSON, SUNNY Bank Code: key 190627 10/07/98 MSF-PRINTING:1999/2000 10/07/98 MSF-PRINTING:BUDGET IN 10/29/98 LAW-DIST CT INTERPRETE 10/30/98 PKRCS-PIZZA:FALL CARNI 10/28/98 PS-MILEAGE REIMBURSEME KOREAN CHRISTIAN COUNSELING Q3:AG98-02 10/15/98 CDHS-COUNSELING SERVIC Bank Code: key CENTER FOR MULTICULTURAL HL Q3:AG98-04 10/12/98 CDHS-REFUGEE HEALTH AD Bank Code: key 502,734.33 502,734.33 000711 26,459.71 26,459.71 190.00 190.00 292.23 292.23 393.65 393.65 2,520.00 3,360.00 1,840.00 7,720.00 1,040.64 479.40 1,520.04 40.00 40.00 62.55 62.55 67.44 67.44 1,125.00 1,125.00 750.00 750.00 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Page: 18 0 chklst 11/16/1998 09:04:41 Check List CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Page: 19 Check Vendor ==================================================================================================================================== Amount Paid Check Total Date Invoice Inv.Date Description -------- -------- ------------------------------------ ---------- -------- ---------------------- --------------- ------------------ 143712 11/16/98 004244 Voucher: 143713 11/16/98 004245 Voucher: 143714 11/16/98 004258 Voucher: 143715 11/16/98 004260 Voucher: 143716 11/16/98 004267 Voucher: 143717 11/16/98 004270 Voucher: 143718 11/16/98 004281 Voucher: L 143719 ( -i 143720 ~, 11/16/98 004288 Voucher: 11/16/98 004302 Voucher: 143721 11/16/98 004313 Voucher: 143722 11/16/98 004315 Voucher: 143723 11/16/98 004317 Voucher: LMN ARCHITECTS Bank Code: key JOSEPH FOUNDATION, THE Bank Code: key 19321 09/10/98 CDA-URBAN DESIGN SERVI Q3:AG98-04 10/13/98 CDHS-NOYES TRANSITIONA 000876 11/12/98 PS-ALIEN FIREARM LICEN WA STATE-DEPT OF LICENSING Bank Code: key STAN PALMER CONSTRUCTION IN 10:AG98-05 10/31/98 PKA-CELEBRATION PARK D Bank Code: key PACIFIC CONCEPTS Bank Code; key FEDERAL WAY MIRROR Bank Code: key 98707 98782 000611 10/12/98 PD:EVI-DRY BAG 9" X 12 11/03/98 PD:EVI-DRY BAG 9" X 12 10/21/98 CM-RFB:PUBLIC DEFENDER NATIONAL SANITARY SUPPLY CO 0190026216 06/30/98 PKM-FACILITY JANITORIA Bank Code: key LAKE TAPPS PRESSURE WASH Bank Code: key 1141 11/06/98 FLT-VEHICLE CLEANING M LAW-LINDEL 11/05/98 LAW-FEDERAL WAY NEWS 6 FEDERAL WAY NEWS Bank Code: key OTTO ROSENAU & ASSOCIATES I 15280 Bank Code: key 15440 BRENT'S ALIGNMENT & REPAIR Bank Code: key RITZ CAMERA ONE HOUR PHOTO Bank Code: key 31670 1026007850 1026011150 1026011680 1026014430 1026015190 1026016140 1026016170 1026016660 1026017610 1026018110 1026021740 1026023040 1026022440 1026021630 1026021900 ----------- --------------------------------------------------- 08/31/98 CP-TESTING & INSPECTIO 09/30/98 CP-TESTING & INSPECTIO 11/03/98 MSFLT-BRAKE SVC:M37470 10/01/98 10/07/98 10/08/98 10/14/98 10/15/98 10/17/98 10/17/98 10/19/98 10/20/98 10/21/98 10/28/98 10/30/98 10/29/98 10/28/98 10/28/98 POL-PHOTO FILM POL- PHOTO FILM POL- PHOTO FILM POL-PHOTO FILM POL-PHOTO FILM POL-PHOTO FILM POL-PHOTO FILM POL-PHOTO FILM POL-PHOTO FILM POL-PHOTO FILM POL-PHOTO FILM POL-PHOTO FILM POL-PHOTO FILM POL- PHOTO FILM POL-PHOTO FILM PROCESS PROCESS PROCESS PROCESS PROCESS PROCESS PROCESS PROCESS PROCESS PROCESS PROCESS PROCESS PROCESS PROCESS PROCESS 3,365.10 3,365.10 727.00 727.00 30.00 30.00 890,062.61 890,062.61 81.02 33.23 114.25 34.63 34.63 144.20 144.20 373.09 373.09 13.00 13.00 3,268.00 3,392.25 6,660.25 340.08 340.08 44.96 164.83 40.81 45.33 24.75 8.36 21.50 15.75 125.88 3.38 11 7.55 2.77 37.49 1. 25 0.74 655.35 ---------- - -- --- ----- --- --- -- - - - - - -- - - - - -- - - - -- - -- - --- - - -- - -- Page: 19 0 chklst 11/16/1998 09:04:41 Check List CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Page: 20 Check Date Vendor ==================================================================================================================================== Amount Paid Check Total Invoice Inv.Date Description -------- -------- ------------------------------------ ---------- -------- ---------------------- --------------- ------------------ 143724 11/16/98 004336 Voucher: 143725 11/16/98 004377 Voucher: 143726 11/16/98 004382 Voucher: 143727 11/16/98 004393 Voucher: 143728 11/16/98 004433 Voucher: 143729 11/16/98 004434 Voucher: 143730 11/16/98 004469 Voucher: 143731 11/16/98 004481 Z Voucher: ~ 143732 11/16/98 004483 ~ Voucher: ~ 143733 11/16/98 004539 Voucher: 143734 11/16/98 004559 Voucher: 143735 11/16/98 004574 Voucher: 143736 11/16/98 004588 Voucher: 143737 11/16/98 004599 Voucher: 143738 11/16/98 004600 Voucher: 143739 11/16/98 004602 Voucher: CRUM, LINDA Bank Code: key 000678 RUBENSTEIN, PAUL D Bank Code: key PETTY CASH: WELLNESS COMMIT 000719 Bank Code: key ED ROSENDIN ELECTRIC INC Bank Code: key SCOCCOLO CONSTRUCTION INC Bank Code: key SEAFIRST BANK Bank Code: key TEUFEL NURSERY INC Bank Code: key 000816 6251 10/20/98 PS-EDUCATION REIMBURSE 11/06/98 PS:HIGH POWER VIDEO ER 11/02/98 MSHR-WELLNESS PETTY CA 10/07/98 CDN-LIGHTPOLE:STONEBRO 5:AG98-120 10/26/98 SWM-SW 340TH REGL STOR 5:SCOCCOLO 10/26/98 SWM-5~ RETAINAGE:SCOCC 153524 14715 INTERSCAPES INC Bank Code: key ANTHONY J TAMFER & ASSOCIAT 98611 Bank Code: key 1095 10/22/98 PKM-#2 CHAINLOCK/CELEB 11/01/98 CHB-CITY BLDGS PLANT M 10/02/98 PS:TRANSCRIPTION SERVI 10/01/98 SWMCIP:PLANT LIFE/SEAT EARTH TECH LANDSCAPING Bank Code: key GARY MERLINO CONSTRUCTION C 2:AG98-170 11/05/98 PWT-STREET IMPROVEMENT Bank Code: key TROXELL COMMUNICATIONS INC Bank Code: key SONG, BYUNG P Bank Code: key GOLF LANDSCAPING INC Bank Code: key COLUMBIA STATE BANK, ATTN: Bank Code: key TIMEWISE/CADDYLAK SYSTEMS Bank Code: key 425009 10/23/98 MSGAC-AUDIO CD PLAYER OCT26-NOV3 11/03/98 LAW-DIST CT INTERPRETE I:AG98-178 11/06/98 PKC-LAKE KILLARNEY PK I:GOLF LND 11/06/98 PKC-5% RETAINAGE:GOLF 985106 10/22/98 PKRCS-MISC SUPPLIES:AR 89.00 89.00 50.17 50.17 173.07 173.07 950.25 950.25 23,531.87 23,531. 87 2,368.38 2,368.38 78.07 78.07 135.75 135.75 258.50 258.50 1,476.96 1,476.96 249,953.06 249,953.06 150.96 150.96 131.25 131.25 48,329.40 48,329.40 2,332.50 2,332.50 39.52 39.52 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Page: 20 0 chklst 11/16/1998 09:04:41 Check List CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Page: 21 Check Vendor ==================================================================================================================================== Amount Paid Check Total Date Invoice Inv.Date Description -------- -------- ------------------------------------ ---------- -------- ---------------------- --------------- ------------------ 143740 11/16/98 004606 Voucher: 143741 11/16/98 004617 Voucher: 143742 11/16/98 004619 Voucher: 143743 11/16/98 004628 Voucher: 143744 11/16/98 004629 Voucher: 143745 11/16/98 004631 Voucher: 143746 11/16/98 004635 Voucher: ~'143747 11/16/98 004637 (I Voucher: [143748 11/16/98 004639 '\ Voucher: 143749 11/16/98 004640 Voucher: 143750 11/16/98 004641 Voucher: 143751 11/16/98 004642 Voucher: 143752 11/16/98 004643 Voucher: 143753 11/16/98 700050 Voucher: 143754 11/16/98 700073 Voucher: 143755 11/16/98 700074 Voucher: B102600000 10/26/98 MSDP-QMS OPC-BELT FOR 8110200024 10/30/98 MSDP: QMS TONER 8111000000 11/10/98 MSGIS-HARD DRIVE FOR C RCS-100798 10/16/98 PKRCS-ELIMINATE CLUTTE DATEC INCORPORATED Bank Code: key TIMM, PEGGY Bank Code: key GMAC-GEN MOTOR ACCEPTANCE C 97-15890 Bank Code: key WA STATE PATROL IDENTIFICAT 000875 Bank Code: key PREMIER DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT 1519113 Bank Code: key COpy WRIGHT'S Bank Code: key 20179 01/01/98 PS:PAYOUT FOR SEIZED V 11/12/98 PS-ALIEN FIREARM LICEN 07/23/98 PS-MEDICAL RECORDS:JUL 10/15/98 CDL/PRINT WETLANDS SUR CHB-101998 10/19/98 CHB-5 GAL ENVIRO-PRIME ENVIRONMENTAL ROOF SYSTEMS Bank Code: key SWINGWERK GOLF INSTRUCTION, 1:AG98-192 10/24/98 PKRCS-GOLF LESSON CLAS Bank Code: key 10/22/98 CDHS-VIDEO:POVERTY/LAN RCS-103098 10/30/98 PKRCS-EQ RNTL:DANCE PE 10/29/98 CHB-TABLE REPAIR/ADMIN 10/22/98 LAW-DIST CT INTERPRETE 11/03/98 LAW-DIST CT INTERPRETE 09/29/98 PKDBC-REF DMG DPST AFT THE SAMARA HUBNER, INC Bank Code: key SEP97-0021 10/29/98 CDPL-REFUND:ENV-PASS T 10/26/98 PW/DS:FULL RELEASE:ADM 297.62 753.16 536.82 1,587.60 KING 5 TELEVISION Bank Code: key 515 186.20 186.20 BARTON, RUTH Bank Code: key OASIS INC Bank Code: key 32481 1,982.75 1,982.75 RASMUSSEN, SARAH Bank Code: key CA09876FW 98.00 98.00 BRANKOVAN, VERA Bank Code: key NOV2-NOV3 24.94 24.94 STROH, MARK Bank Code: key C489R746 2,173.44 2,173.44 SRL CORPORATION, ATTN: ROGE 02-25351 Bank Code: key 1,044.73 1,044.73 1,436.00 1,436.00 19.95 19.95 215.00 215.00 293.22 293.22 45.00 45.00 60.00 60.00 70.70 70.70 420.24 420.24 435.00 435.00 -----------> ~-------------------------------------------------- .-------------------------------------------------- Page: 21 >--------- 0 chklst 11/16/1998 09:04:42 Check List CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Page: 22 Check Date Vendor ==================================================================================================================================== Amount Paid Check Total Invoice Inv.Date Description -------- -------- ------------------------------------ ---------- -------- ---------------------- --------------- ------------------ 143756 11/16/98 700076 Voucher: 143757 11/16/98 700078 Voucher: 143758 11/16/98 700079 Voucher: 143759 11/16/98 700080 Voucher: 143760 11/16/98 700081 Voucher: 143761 11/16/98 700082 Voucher: 143762 11/16/98 700086 Voucher: ~ 143763 11/16/98 700087 Voucher: J, 143764 11/16/98 700088 '(ì Voucher: 143765 11/16/98 700089 Voucher: 143766 11/16/98 700090 Voucher: 143767 11/16/98 700099 Voucher: 279 Checks in this report JACOBSEN CONSTRUCTION, ATTN 02-25519 Bank Code: key POWELL HOMES INC, ATTN: RON 02-29404 Bank Code: key WILKINSON, DONNA Bank Code: key ZAHIR, BEVERLY Bank Code: key ANDERSON, CINDY Bank Code: key CULBERTSON, MORRIS Bank Code: key COLVALT ENTERPRISES INC Bank Code: key INTRAWEST INDUSTRIAL CORP Bank Code: key 31599 31694 31598 31597 01-06080 02-23403 BARGREEN GRANDCHILDREN, IRR 02-25484 Bank Code: key KEBBA, NOREEN Bank Code: key JACOBSON, JOHN M Bank Code: key LES SCHWAB PROFIT SHARING, Bank Code: key 31698 31141 10/26/98 PW/DS:PARTIAL REL:ADMI 10/17/98 PW/DS:FULL RELEASE:INS 10/27/98 PKRLS-REFUND TAE KWON 11/03/98 PKRLS-REFUND REC CLASS 10/27/98 PKRLS-REFUND TENNIS CL 10/27/98 PKRLS:REFUND SENIOR TR 10/29/98 PW/DS:FULL RELEASE/ADM 10/29/98 PW/DS:FULL REFUND ADMI 10/29/98 PW/DS:FULL RELEASE OF 11/03/98 PKRLS-REFUND REC CLASS 11/06/98 PKRCS/REFUND OF DAMAGE 1321039100 11/06/98 PW/ST:PURCHASE&SALE/QU 629.92 629.92 2,370.00 2,370.00 30.00 30.00 30.00 30.00 35.00 35.00 71.00 71.00 374.00 374.00 549.00 549.00 147.50 147.50 116.00 116.00 50.00 50.00 8,294.38 8,294.38 ------------------ Total Checks: 2/377,884.09 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Page: 22 0 chklst 11/30/1998 08:05:05 Check List CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Page: 1 ==================================================================================================================================== Check Date Vendor Invoice Inv.Date Description Amount Paid Check Total -------- -------- ------------------------------------ ---------- -------- ---------------------- --------------- ------------------ 143768 11/17/98 004660 FRIESEN, SARAH 1447917 11/13/98 PS:I600 PHONES 2,429.38 2,429.38 Voucher: Bank Code: key 143769 11/18/98 001592 UNITED WAY OF KING COUNTY 000941 11/17/98 MSHR-UNITED WAY CONTRI 682.50 682.50 Voucher: Bank Code: key 143770 11/18/98 001553 KING COUNTY BOUNDARY REVIEW CDL-NOTICE 11/13/98 CDL-ANNEXATION PROCESS 50.00 50.00 Voucher: Bank Code: key 143771 11/18/98 001553 KING COUNTY BOUNDARY REVIEW CDL-NOTICE 11/13/98 CDL-ANNEXATION PROCESS 50.00 50.00 Voucher: Bank Code: key 143772 11/19/98 002041 U S POSTMASTER PWSWR-FALL 11/17/98 PWSWR-BULK MAILING:FAL 1,988.00 1,988.00 Voucher: Bank Code: key 143773 11/19/98 004649 EMTER, AL PWS-APWA C 11/06/98 PWS:REIM APWA CONF EXP 243.60 243.60 Voucher: Bank Code: key 143774 11/19/98 001189 PETTY CASH 000942 11/18/98 CM-REIMB PETTY CASH FU 288.67 288.67 Voucher: Bank Code: key ~ 143775 11/20/98 001004 MAILMEDIA INC 20196 11/08/98 PKRLS/ADM-POSTAGE:WINT 4,275.04 4,275.04 '-\ Voucher: Bank Code: key ('. ~'143780 11/30/98 000007 BOISE CASCADE OFFICE PRODUC 015272 10/31/98 MIS/DP-OFFICE SUPPLIES 22.88 Voucher: Bank Code: key 891872 10/31/98 MSDP/PK:FAX CARTRIDGES 172.29 895529 10/31/98 MSDP/PK:FAX CARTRIDGES 25.93 943754 10/31/98 LAW-OFFICE SUPPLIES 59.58 815798 10/31/98 CM-OFFICE SUPPLIES 35.89 766131 10/31/98 CDA-OFFICE SUPPLIES 43.20 782089 10/31/98 CDA-OFFICE SUPPLIES 62.33 783636 10/31/98 CDA-OFFICE SUPPLIES 10.39 817432 10/31/98 CDA-OFFICE SUPPLIES 61.47 902083 10/31/98 CDA-OFFICE SUPPLIES 39.12 916694 10/31/98 CDA-OFFICE SUPPLIES 3.19 975606 10/31/98 CDA-OFFICE SUPPLIES 39.12 999954 10/31/98 CDA-OFFICE SUPPLIES 41.70 851230 10/31/98 MSF-OFFICE SUPPLIES 73.58 851889 10/31/98 MSF-OFFICE SUPPLIES 27.16 873942 10/31/98 MSC-OFFICE SUPPLIES 15.92 872872 10/31/98 MSC-OFFICE SUPPLIES 4.78 872809 10/31/98 MSC-CREDIT:SEE INV 851 -20.01 009999 10/31/98 MSF-OFFICE SUPPLIES 18.69 018283 10/31/98 MSF-OFFICE SUPPLIES 4.04 047351 10/31/98 MSF-OFFICE SUPPLIES 7.11 916833 10/31/98 MSF-OFFICE SUPPLIES 45.57 981074 10/31/98 MSF-OFFICE SUPPLIES 3.82 022694 10/31/98 SS-RECYCLED WHITE COPI 338.83 ------------ ---------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------------------- --------- Page: 1 0 chklst 11/30/1998 08:05:05 Check List CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Page: 2 Check Date ==================================================================================================================================== -------- -------- 143780 11/30/98 L ~ LA ,I Vendor Invoice Inv.Date Description Amount Paid Check Total ------------------------------------ ---------- -------- ---------------------- --------------- ------------------ 000007 BOISE CASCADE OFFICE PRODUC (continued) 897447 10/31/98 MIS/DP-OFFICE SUPPLIES 2.17 0152277 10/31/98 MSDP: DISKETTES 74.87 836356 10/31/98 MSA-OFFICE SUPPLIES 36.40 854656 10/31/98 SS-RECYCLED WHITE COPI 263.90 726244 10/31/98 LAW-OFFICE SUPPLIES 110.44 760370 10/31/98 LAW-OFFICE SUPPLIES 56.43 834397 10/31/98 LAW-OFFICE SUPPLIES 76.76 885062 10/31/98 LAW-OFFICE SUPPLIES 10.75 009238 10/31/98 PW-OFFICE SUPPLIES 171.71 052314 10/31/98 PW-OFFICE SUPPLIES 267.83 754343 10/31/98 PW-OFFICE SUPPLIES 35.39 797402 10/31/98 PW-OFFICE SUPPLIES 37.77 904511 10/31/98 PW-OFFICE SUPPLIES 118.70 046872 10/31/98 PKA-OFFICE SUPPLIES 7.00 748007 10/31/98 RCS-OFFICE SUPPLIES 24.76 888101 10/31/98 RCS-OFFICE SUPPLIES 44.01 888307 10/31/98 RCS-OFFICE SUPPLIES -26.39 854746 10/31/98 SS-RECYCLED WHITE COPI 84.71 947202 10/31/98 DBC-OFFICE SUPPLIES 272.17 730374 10/31/98 DBC-OFFICE SUPPLIES -928.35 031776 10/31/98 HR-OFFICE SUPPLIES 26.03 865857 10/31/98 SS-RECYCLED WHITE COPI 84.71 729157 10/31/98 POL-OFFICE SUPPLIES 26.67 766092 10/31/98 POL-OFFICE SUPPLIES 17.58 782332 10/31/98 POL-OFFICE SUPPLIES 17.52 811757 10/31/98 POL-OFFICE SUPPLIES 16.72 890277 10/31/98 POL-OFFICE SUPPLIES 39.94 949083 10/31/98 POL-OFFICE SUPPLIES 62.61 009372 10/31/98 POL-OFFICE SUPPLIES 18.31 038606 10/31/98 POL-OFFICE SUPPLIES 9.06 760184 10/31/98 POL-OFFICE SUPPLIES 26.06 926633 10/31/98 POL-OFFICE SUPPLIES -254.12 014872 10/31/98 POL-OFFICE SUPPLIES 6.25 030648 10/31/98 POL-OFFICE SUPPLIES 4.69 041966 10/31/98 POL-OFFICE SUPPLIES 1. 94 044687 10/31/98 POL-OFFICE SUPPLIES 67.95 730807 10/31/98 POL-OFFICE SUPPLIES 25.01 753233 10/31/98 POL-OFFICE SUPPLIES 2.58 759558 10/31/98 POL-OFFICE SUPPLIES 114.25 791740 10/31/98 POL-OFFICE SUPPLIES 27.30 843603 10/31/98 POL-OFFICE SUPPLIES 1. 54 846930 10/31/98 POL-OFFICE SUPPLIES 3.08 849078 10/31/98 POL-OFFICE SUPPLIES 1. 54 851048 10/31/98 POL-OFFICE SUPPLIES 36.93 864542 10/31/98 POL-OFFICE SUPPLIES 4.69 865008 10/31/98 POL-OFFICE SUPPLIES 6.00 866684 10/31/98 POL-OFFICE SUPPLIES 8.21 872932 10/31/98 POL-OFFICE SUPPLIES 12.66 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Page: 2 0 chklst 1ï/30/1998 08:05:05 Check List CITY OF FEDERAL WAY . Page: 3 Check Vendor ==================================================================================================================================== Amount Paid Check Total Date Invoice Inv.Date Description -------- -------- ------------------------------------ ---------- -------- ---------------------- --------------- ------------------ 143780 11/30/98 000007 143781 11/30/98 000016 Voucher: 143782 11/30/98 000036 ~ Voucher: ~143783 11/30/98 000043 (A Voucher: r ,; 143784 11/30/98 000051 Voucher: BOISE CASCADE OFFICE PRODUC 949360 988897 050291 754125 772305 854814 030587 052910 769426 789509 799967 848711 849202 899851 924243 985069 958174 IKON OFFICE SOLUTIONS, OF W 474744 Bank Code: key LUSINK, GRETCHEN L Bank Code: key NEW LUMBER & HARDWARE COMPA Bank Code: key PUGET SOUND ENERGY Bank Code: key 000739 077463 077183 077127 0771 72 076334 077528 077591 077679 077647 078115 078098 078235 078241 8254576502 8254579602 8254591802 8254597302 8254597402 8259388402 8259390802 9502193400 8254576802 9602122500 10/31/98 10/31/98 10/31/98 10/31/98 10/31/98 10/31/98 10/31/98 10/31/98 10/31/98 10/31/98 10/31/98 10/31/98 10/31/98 10/31/98 10/31/98 10/31/98 07/14/98 POL-OFFICE SUPPLIES POL-OFFICE SUPPLIES SS/POL-COPIER PAPER SS-RECYCLED WHITE COPI SS/POL-COPIER PAPER SS/POL-COPIER PAPER POL-OFFICE SUPPLIES POL-OFFICE SUPPLIES POL-OFFICE SUPPLIES POL-OFFICE SUPPLIES POL-OFFICE SUPPLIES POL-OFFICE SUPPLIES POL-OFFICE SUPPLIES POL-OFFICE SUPPLIES POL-OFFICE SUPPLIES POL-OFFICE SUPPLIES POL-OFFICE SUPPLIES 09/01/98 MIS/POL-CANON FAX MACH 11/12/98 MSHR-MILEAGE:CHELAN CO 11/02/98 10/28/98 10/27/98 10/28/98 10/14/98 11/03/98 11/04/98 11/05/98 11/05/98 11/13/98 11/13/98 11/16/98 11/16/98 11/05/98 11/05/98 11/05/98 11/05/98 11/05/98 11/05/98 11/06/98 11/05/98 11/05/98 11/06/98 PKM-GROUNDS MAINT SUPP PWS-BLUE TARP 20X30 Fa PWS-POLY CLEAR TARP FO PWS-POLY CLEAR TARP 20 SWMM-MAINT & REPAIR SU SWM-MAINT & REPAIR SUP SWM-MAINT & REPAIR SUP SWM-MAINT & REPAIR SUP PKM-GROUNDS MAINT SUPP DBC-FACILITY REPAIR SU PWS-1X2X12 WOOD STAKES PWS-PRE-MIX CONCRETE 6 PWS-RETURN BAGS OF MIX PKM-FACILITY ELECTRICI PKM-FACILITY ELECTRICI PKM-FACILITY ELECTRICI PKM-FACILITY ELECTRICI PKM-FACILITY ELECTRICI PKM-FACILITY ELECTRICI PKM-FACILITY ELECTRICI PKM-FACILITY ELECTRICI PKM/SLFS: FACILITY ELE SWM-ELECTRICITY: FLOOD (continued) 32.23 27.22 225.89 395.30 225.89 282.36 135.47 21.16 67.02 19.35 32.84 159.79 -28.84 4.97 21.90 184.83 41.63 4,142.33 228.06 228.06 126.10 126.10 31.61 25.69 79.16 127.43 14.02 8.42 6.55 27.75 27.80 13.85 5.36 4.32 2.51 374.47 361.60 29.84 6.04 45.68 5.37 1,020.97 1,319.00 157.65 276.07 18.82 --------- -----------. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - --------------------------------------------------- Page: 3 0 chklst 11/30/1998 08:05:06 Check List CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Page: 4 Check Date Vendor ==================================================================================================================================== Amount Paid Check Total Invoice Inv.Date Description -------- -------- ------------------------------------ ---------- -------- ---------------------- --------------- ------------------ 143784 11/30/98 000051 143785 11/30/98 000056 Voucher: 143786 11/30/98 000065 Voucher: 143787 11/30/98 000089 Voucher: -l f I '~~ ,~143788 11/30/98 000096 Voucher: 143789 11/30/98 000097 Voucher: 143790 11/30/98 000101 Voucher: 143791 11/30/98 000104 Voucher: 143792 11/30/98 000109 Voucher: PUGET SOUND ENERGY SIR SPEEDY PRINTING CENTER Bank Code: key U S POSTMASTER Bank Code: key NEWS TRIBUNE Bank Code: key LAKE HAVEN UTILITY DISTRICT Bank Code: key EDEN SYSTEMS INC Bank Code: key PETTY CASH Bank Code: key LOGREYRA, EDELINE M Bank Code: key 8260448402 9402552600 8802021700 9400473500 8253165102 9401162900 9702266300 8247374402 9602222600 15810 4956 T131790NT T136552NT T139128NT T139163NT T139747NT T140506NT T13 743 8NT 29614-01 28908-01 01011-03 00999-02 27814-01 27983-01 29264-02 17686-02 16391-03 28837-01 00804-06 4046 4014 4047 001014 11/06/98 10/30/98 11/13/98 11/17/98 11/13/98 11/17/98 11/17/98 11/17/98 11/20/98 CHB-FACILITY ELECTRICI DBC-FACILITY ELECTRICI PWT-POWER: STREETS LIG PKM-FACILITY ELECTRICI PKM-FACILITY ELECTRICI PKM-FACILITY ELECTRICI PWT-POWER: STREETS LIG PWT-POWER: STREETS LIG PWT-POWER: STREETS LIG 11/13/98 MSC-PRINTING: COUNCIL 11/24/98 PS-PO BOX RENTAL FEE # 10/22/98 10/30/98 11/04/98 11/04/98 11/05/98 11/06/98 11/08/98 11/10/98 11/10/98 11/10/98 11/10/98 11/17/98 11/13/98 11/13/98 11/06/98 11/10/98 11/10/98 11/10/98 CDL-NOTICE:DAYS INN SE CDL-LEGAL ADVERTISEMEN CDL-LEGAL ADVERTISEMEN CDL-LEGAL ADVERTISEMEN CDL-LEGAL ADVERTISEMEN CDL-LEGAL ADVERTISEMEN MSF-RFQ-MAIL/COURIER S PWS-34727 S PACIF HWY RSS-KLCC UTILITY WATER PKM-WATER SERVICE FOR PKM-WATER SERVICE FOR PKM-WATER SERVICE FOR PKM-WATER SERVICE FOR PKM-WATER SERVICE FOR DBC-FACILITY SEWER SER CHB-FACILITY WATER SER RSS-KLCC UTILITY WATER RSS-KLCC UTILITY WATER 10/31/98 MIS-SOFTWARE LICENSE/U 10/22/98 MIS-SOFTWARE LICENSE/U 10/31/98 MIS-SOFTWARE LICENSE/U 11/24/98 CD-REIMB PETTY CASH FU NOV5-NOV12 11/12/98 LAW-DIST CT INTERPRETE ACTIVE SECURITY CONTROL (DB 11375 Bank Code: key 11381 10/28/98 PKDBC-DUP KEYS lL1145E 11/04/98 PKDBC-DUP KEYS/IL 1145 ( continued) 3,857.48 76.68 140.64 5.37 60.76 2,554.53 130.79 75.38 113.73 10,256.40 639.77 639.77 104.00 104.00 129.50 133.00 131.25 122.50 229.25 64.75 298.96 1,109.21 27.06 17.90 13 .10 13.10 55.22 559.41 130.98 364.90 558.44 105.59 192.34 2,038.04 5,700.00 8.82 45.63 5,754.45 472.12 472 . 12 96.25 96.25 7.15 16.59 23.74 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Page: 4 0 chklst 11/30/1998 08:05:06 Check List CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Page: 5 Check Date Vendor ==================================================================================================================================== Amount Paid Check Total Invoice Inv.Date Description -------- -------- ------------------------------------ ---------- -------- ---------------------- --------------- ------------------ 143793 11/30/98 000119 Voucher: 143794 11/30/98 000125 Voucher: 143795 11/30/98 000163 Voucher: 143796 11/30/98 000168 Voucher: 143797 11/30/98 000173 Voucher: 143798 11/30/98 000196 Voucher: 143799 11/30/98 000201 ~ Voucher: "' ( ! t,¡ -l 143800 11/30/98 000202 Voucher: 143801 11/30/98 000216 Voucher: 143802 11/30/98 000217 Voucher: 143803 11/30/98 000228 Voucher: 143804 11/30/98 000229 Voucher: 143805 11/30/98 000317 Voucher: WMCA-WA MUNICIPAL CLERKS AS MSC-DUES Bank Code: key KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVISIO 9870214 Bank Code: key 9870515 9863435 9869128 11/25/98 MSC-1999 WMCA MEMBERSH 11/05/98 MIS/POL-SEA/KING DATAB 11/05/98 PWS-DISPOSAL WASTE FRO 10/06/98 PWS-DISPOSAL WASTE FRO 10/21/98 POL-K/C JAIL SERVICES OCTOBER 19 11/16/98 LAW-DISTRICT COURT FIL KING COUNTY DISTRICT COURT Bank Code: key DAILY JOURNAL OF COMMERCE I 3083763 Bank Code: key 3083641 WEST PUBLISHING CORPORATION 26773844 Bank Code: key FORTE RENTALS INC Bank Code: key KINKO'S INC Bank Code: key FN168333 FN168355 11/16/98 MSF-RFP-COLLECTION SER 11/12/98 MSF-RFQ MAIL SERVICES 10/03/98 LAW-BOOKS WA REPORTS C 11/18/98 PKM-GROUNDS: MISC SUPP 11/18/98 PKM-GROUNDS: MISC SUPP 11/11/98 11/03/98 11/10/98 10/28/98 11/11/98 11/13/98 11/16/98 10/26/98 10/13/98 POL-PRINTING SERVICES PKM-SPIRAL BIND CP PRO CDPL-PRINTING:SOUND TR CDPL-PRINTING:BLACKBER PKM-PRINTING:CP TOUR I PKRLS/YA-PRINT GIRLS B POL-PRINTING SERVICES PKRCS-BUSINESS CARDS/A POL-PRINTING SERVICES 5151000392 5151000391 5151000392 5151000389 5151000392 5151000393 5151000393 5151000389 5151000387 U S WEST COMMUNICATIONS Bank Code: key 253-815-88 11/04/98 MIS-PHONES & DATA LINE 253-661-98 11/16/98 MIS-PHONES & DATA LINE 253-835-09 11/04/98 MIS-PHONES & DATA LINE 981031 10/31/98 PKP-COURIER SVC:BPA PH NW PACKAGE EXPRESS INC Bank Code: key FEDERAL EXPRESS CORPORATION 4-700-4082 11/13/98 MSDP-FEDEX SHIPPING CH Bank Code: key SOUTH KING CNTY MULTI SVC C 3:AG98-033 10/14/98 CDHS-FOOD/CLOTHING:FAM Bank Code: key FEDERAL WAY CHAMBER COMMERC 669 11/12/98 CC-MEMBERSHIP LUNCHEON Bank Code: key 12:AG97-20 11/19/98 CM-CHAMBER EXECUTIVE S MUNICIPAL CODE CORPORATION Bank Code: key 21499 11/09/98 MSCC:ANNUAL CODIFICATI -----------. --------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------------------- Page: 5 120.00 120.00 259.59 14.89 357.57 97,941.09 44,670.60 98,573.14 44,670.60 82.50 224.40 306.90 21.72 21.72 62.99 31.49 94.48 502.28 2.12 161.27 28.51 26.61 98.83 105.34 8.69 6.24 939.89 80.38 50.69 116.00 247.07 18.50 18.50 5.50 5.50 5,250.00 5,250.00 15.00 6,250.00 6,265.00 194.62 194.62 --------- 0 chklst 11/30/1998 08:05:06 Check List CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Page: 6 Check Date Vendor ==================================================================================================================================== Amount Paid Check Total Invoice Inv.Date Description -------- -------- ------------------------------------ ---------- -------- ---------------------- --------------- ------------------ 143806 11/30/98 000328 Voucher: 143807 11/30/98 000341 Voucher: 143808 11/30/98 000343 Voucher: 143809 11/30/98 000368 Voucher: 143810 11/30/98 000376 Voucher: 143811 11/30/98 000438 Voucher: 143812 11/30/98 000514 Voucher: r 143813 (, L114 3 814 (1 11/30/98 000564 Voucher: 11/30/98 000570 Voucher: 143815 11/30/98 000575 Voucher: 143816 11/30/98 000652 Voucher: 143817 11/30/98 000721 Voucher: ERNIE'S FUEL STOPS (DBA) Bank Code: key 0008705 0009750 0010803 0010804 10/15/98 FLT/POL-FUEL FOR POL V 10/31/98 FLT/POL-FUEL FOR POL V 11/15/98 FLT-FUEL FOR CITY VEHI 11/15/98 FLT/POL-FUEL FOR POL V 11/02/98 PS-STORAGE RENTAL FEE: 10/31/98 FLT/POL-FULL SVC CAR W 11/23/98 LAW-LEGAL SERVICES KING COUNTY WATER & LAND 01 SWM 1998-2 11/18/98 PW-UTILITY BILLINGS/CO Bank Code: key DELI SMITH & CHOCOLATE JONE 0477 Bank Code: key 0398 WA STATE-STATE REVENUES Bank Code: key OCT 1998 10/08/98 PWA-LUNCH MTG/HISTORIC 11/16/98 PKRCS-CATERING:ARTS CO 11/16/98 MSF-REMIT TRAUMA VICTI 2,599.02 2,786.51 802.74 2,509.92 135.00 8,698.19 135.00 SUNRISE SELF STORAGE Bank Code: key UNIT #A08 11/04/98 MSF:REIMBURSE KC PET L 11/06/98 11/13/98 11/07/98 11/07/98 11/07/98 11/07/98 11/12/98 11/09/98 11/10/98 11/14/98 11/13/98 11/14/98 11/14/98 FLT-TIRES: #48352 FLT/POL-TIRE REPAIR:M4 FLT!POL-TIRE:#48602 FLT/POL-BATTERY:M44162 FLT/POL-TIRES:M48701 # FLT/POL-LOF/MIRROR:M34 FLT!POL-LOF/DOOR REPAI FLT/POL-LOF:M31699 #48 FLT/POL-BATTERY:M34311 FLT!POL-LOF/BULBS:M259 FLT/POL-BRAKES/BATTERY FLT/POL-BATTERY:M57581 FLT/POL-BATTERY:M52138 10/31/98 LAW-MISC SERV NOV 98 S FWCCN Bank Code: key Q3:AG98-03 11/11/98 CDHS-EMERGENCY SHELTER Q3:AG98-03 11/09/98 CDHS-COMMUNITY SUPPERS AMERICAN CONCRETE INC Bank Code: key 0054779 0054936 11/06/98 SWM-CONCRETE, CEMENT & 11/17/98 PWS-READY MIX/ENV CHAR 428.81 428.81 ELEPHANT CAR WASH Bank Code: key PERKINS COlE LLP Bank Code: key 200-0CT 1734283 1,277.10 1,277.10 KING COUNTY PET LICENSE Bank Code: key EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE Bank Code: key OCT 1998 14,418.00 14,418.00 (DB 38735 38983 38806 38817 38823 38826 38954 38839 38872 39018 39005 39010 39024 ATTORNEYS INFORMATION BUREA 1538 Bank Code: key 29.62 110.63 140.25 62,659.02 62,659.02 824.00 824.00 51.39 12.19 87.73 44.31 175.46 211.13 36.90 21.71 44.31 32.56 241.59 44.31 124.01 1,127.60 34.54 34.54 1,000.00 500.00 1,500.00 112.00 131.55 243.55 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Page: 6 0 chklst 11/30/1998 08:05:07 Check List CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Page: 7 Check Vendor ==================================================================================================================================== Check Total Date Invoice Inv.Date Description Amount Paid -------- -------- ------------------------------------ ---------- -------- ---------------------- --------------- ------------------ 143818 11/30/98 000724 Voucher: 143819 11/30/98 000759 Voucher: 143820 11/30/98 000783 Voucher: 143821 11/30/98 000804 Voucher: 143822 11/30/98 000808 Voucher: 143823 11/30/98 000834 Voucher: 143824 11/30/98 000854 Voucher: -{:: 143825 L\ l-'\ ~.143826 11/30/98 000939 Voucher: 11/30/98 000951 Voucher: 143827 11/30/98 000976 Voucher: 143828 11/30/98 001046 Voucher: 143829 11/30/98 001055 Voucher: 143830 11/30/98 001061 Voucher: 143831 11/30/98 001066 Voucher: HOME GUARD SECURITY SERVICES 9880752400 11/13/98 Bank Code: key 9880778400 11/13/98 S & S WORLDWIDE, INC Bank Code: key 2131825 FEDERAL WAY DISPOSAL CO INC FALLEVENT Bank Code: key ROBERT H LEWIS & ASSOCIATES 548-98 Bank Code: key PLATT ELECTRIC SUPPLY Bank Code: key 3531184 3536840 3548048 3541690 FEDERAL WAY SCHOOL DISTRICT 0032 Bank Code: key ARO0170 D J TROPHY Bank Code: key 12278A CULLYSPRING WATER COMPANY I 51490 Bank Code: key 51490/AUG 51490/0CT CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Bank Code: key WENDLE FORD SALES INC Bank Code: key EQUIFAX CREDIT INFORMATION Bank Code: key FEDERAL WAY PHILHARMONIC Bank Code: key WA STATE-AGRICULTURE DEPART Bank Code: key BIG WHEEL AUTO PARTS Bank Code: key 10/12/98 RCS-PRESCHOOL SUPPLIES 09/26/98 PWSWR:DISPOSAL SVCS/RE 11/13/98 MSC-TRANSCRIPT-LYLA YA 02/02/98 PKDBC-275120 120-130V 02/05/98 PKDBC-275120 120-130V 02/05/98 PKDBC-275120 120-130V 02/05/98 PKDBC-275120 120-130V 11/04/98 PKCIP-SAGHALIE PARK PR 11/24/98 PKM-FACILITY USE/SKATE 10/27/98 MSHR-ENGRAVING:SPIRIT 05/01/98 RCS-WATER COOLER RENTA 08/31/98 RCS-BOTTLED WATER: REC 10/31/98 RCS-BOTTLED WATER: REC I-BRAD MAS 11/19/98 SWMCIP-5% RETAINAGE:BR 66564-2 10/21/98 FLT/POL-PURCHASE 1998 61580/6158 11/17/98 MSF-1998 FORD RANGERS- 9874262 10/26/98 PS-CREDIT CHECKS:POLIC RCS-102598 11/23/98 RCS-CULTURAL ARTS PROG 8325 40186 42130 42184 53340 39472 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-------- ---------------------- --------------- ------------------ 143832 11/30/98 001079 Voucher: 143833 11/30/98 001109 Voucher: 143834 11/30/98 001124 Voucher: 143835 11/30/98 001131 Voucher: 143836 11/30/98 001166 Voucher: 143837 11/30/98 001189 Voucher: 143838 11/30/98 001233 Voucher: 1 143839 11/30/98 001241 Voucher: LI143840 11/30/98 001267 ~ Voucher: '-.J 143841 11/30/98 001277 Voucher: 143842 11/30/98 001297 Voucher: 143843 11/30/98 001336 Voucher: 143844 11/30/98 001411 Voucher: 143845 11/30/98 001422 Voucher: 143846 11/30/98 001431 Voucher: SHRM-SOCIETY HUM RESOURCE M 226642-92 Bank Code: key SMITH TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT C 4500549 Bank Code: key AIRTOUCH CELLULAR Bank Code: key 11/01/98 MSHR-SHRM DUES:MARY MC 11/09/98 MSFLT-VEHICLE INSPECTI 1004-65261 11/05/98 MIS-CELLULAR PHONES AI EVERGREEN AUTO ELECTRIC INC 46701 Bank Code: key 46757 PETTY CASH Bank Code: key PETTY CASH Bank Code: key AT & T BUSINESS SERVICE Bank Code: key WEST COAST AWARDS Bank Code: key TOP FOODS HAGGEN INC Bank Code: key FABER, MARY Bank Code: key 001003 001020 11/11/98 MSFLT-STARTER #48032 11/12/98 MSFLT-FUEL GAUGE REPAI 11/23/98 PKRLS-REIMB PETTY CASH 11/24/98 CM-REIMB PETTY CASH FU 0510660202 11/07/98 MIS-LONG DISTANCE PHON 102452 246071 246086 246094 246244 001025 FACILITY MAINTENANCE CONTRA 025458 Bank Code: key LUCENT TECHNOLOGIES INC Bank Code: key POSTAL EXPRESS INC Bank Code: key BERGER/ABAM ENGINEERS INC Bank Code: key M A SEGALE INC Bank Code: key 11/17/98 RSS-PRINTED PROGRAM SH 11/11/98 RSS-SUPPLIES: KOREAN L 11/05/98 RCS-SUPPLIES: ARTS/SPE 11/18/98 RSS-SUPPLIES: KOREAN L 11/04/98 RCS-SUPPLIES: COMM REC 11/23/98 PKRCS-REIMB BUS EXPENS 11/15/98 CHB-LANDSCAPE MAINTENA 1200853357 11/12/98 MIS-AT&T PHONE SYS MAl BM810013 10/31/98 MS/SS-COURIER SERVICES OCT/POSTAG 10/31/98 6416 10/02/98 PKC-CELEBRATION PK PRJ 149602 11/05/98 PWS-CLASS B ASPHALT FO 149625 11/06/98 PWS-CLASS B ASPHALT-34 4:AG98-109 10/29/98 PW-1998 ASPHALT OVERLA 149651 11/09/98 PWS-EMULSION:342ND & 3 160.00 160.00 349.26 349.26 757.37 757.37 274.51 363.68 638.19 71.99 71.99 241.24 241.24 6.42 6.42 13.90 13.90 56.91 19.67 26.24 11.81 114.63 328.43 328.43 310.60 310.60 1,450.82 1,450.82 1,170.00 2,517.99 2,032.91 3,687.99 2,032.91 788.44 1,182.65 150,229.04 1,059.94 153,260.07 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Page: 8 0 chklst 11/30/1998 08:05:07 Check List CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Page: 9 Check Vendor ==================================================================================================================================== Check Total Date Invoice Inv.Date Description Amount Paid -------- -------- ------------------------------------ ---------- -------- ---------------------- --------------- ------------------ 143847 11/30/98 001470 Voucher: 143848 11/30/98 001523 Voucher: 143849 11/30/98 001600 Voucher: 143850 11/30/98 001612 Voucher: 143851 11/30/98 001630 Voucher: {' 1_\ '., " 143852 11/30/98 001646 Voucher: 143853 11/30/98 001675 Voucher: 143854 11/30/98 001697 Voucher: 143855 11/30/98 001843 Voucher: 143856 11/30/98 001858 Voucher: 143857 11/30/98 001902 Voucher: ALLTEL SUPPLY INC Bank Code: key OCE-BRUNING INC Bank Code: key GLOBAL COMPUTER SUPPLIES Bank Code: key THE POLLARD GROUP INC Bank Code: key BLUMENTHAL UNIFORM CO INC Bank Code: key BASIN OIL CO INC Bank Code: key MCDOUGAL, MARY Bank Code: key 832692 823042 02545651 18186199 37406 62358 63909 63566 64230 61336 61093-01 60285 64696 64236 65593 59266 60678 65160 65970 66874 65317 62302 000884 11/14/98 MSDP/GAC-SHELVES OF RA 11/05/98 MSGAC-SHELVING/RACK PN 11/13/98 MSM&D-OCE COPIER TONER 11/05/98 MSDP/PS-MAXELL 4MM OAT 11/20/98 MSP-CITY STAFF BUSINES 10/31/98 10/31/98 10/31/98 10/31/98 11/04/98 11/04/98 11/04/98 10/30/98 11/06/98 11/11/98 11/11/98 11/11/98 11/11/98 11/11/98 11/11/98 11/11/98 POL-UNIFORMS POL-UNIFORMS POL-UNIFORMS POL-UNIFORMS POL-UNIFORMS POL-UNIFORMS POL-UNIFORMS POL-UNIFORMS POL-UNIFORMS 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1,526.32 74.93 453.79 40.83 78.03 217.20 1. 09 820.00 98.63 250.00 452.96 14,126.00 2,190.00 3,654.00 2,371.38 304.08 5,614.66 398.40 1,462.45 320.45 127.44 4,808.91 820.00 98.63 250.00 16,768.96 6,025.38 5,918.74 --------- Page: 9 0 chklst 11/30/1998 08:05:07 Check List CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Page: 10 Check Vendor ==================================================================================================================================== Amount Paid Check Total Date Invoice Inv.Date Description -------- -------- ------------------------------------ ---------- -------- ---------------------- --------------- ------------------ 143858 11/30/98 001939 Voucher: 143859 11/30/98 001988 Voucher: 143860 11/30/98 001990 Voucher: 143861 11/30/98 002010 Voucher: 143862 11/30/98 002036 Voucher: 143863 11/30/98 002073 Voucher: 143864 11/30/98 002087 Voucher: ! 143865 11/30/98 002093 (~ Voucher: VI143866 11/30/98 002231 ~, Voucher: 143867 11/30/98 002379 Voucher: 143868 11/30/98 002392 Voucher: 143869 11/30/98 002426 Voucher: 143870 11/30/98 002432 Voucher: 143871 11/30/98 002475 Voucher: 143872 11/30/98 002488 Voucher: LANDAU ASSOCIATES INC Bank Code: key SERVICE LINEN SUPPLY Bank Code: key WESTERN LINEN/WELCOME MAT Bank Code: key KCM INC Bank Code: key 8072 1119/2694 113/0575 122804 122805 122821 CASCADIA CONSULTING GROUP Bank Code: key VIRGINIA MASON MEDICAL CENT EG0803779 Bank Code: key WHITMAN & ASSOCIATES INC Bank Code: key FW98-2 1140 RALEIGH, SCHWARZ & POWELL I 47703 Bank Code: key SHELDON & ASSOCIATES INC Bank Code: key PACIFIC TOPSOILS INC Bank Code: key 95754 367591 367861 368130 368573 368994 11/18/98 PW-GENERAL GEOTECHNICA 11/19/98 RSS-KLCC WEEKLY LINEN 11/03/98 RSS-CARPET RENTAL: KLC 11/11/98 SWM-MALL DETENTION PH 11/11/98 PW/SWM-STAR LK BASIN D 11/11/98 SWM-SW 340TH REGL STOR 10/31/98 SW&R-BUS WASTE REDUCTI 11/03/98 PS-PRE-PLACEMENT MEDIC 11/16/98 CHB-CARPET CLEANING SV 11/11/98 MSFLT-INSUR-89 FORD 48 11/04/98 CDL-WETLAND BIOLOGIST 10/29/98 PWS-DUMP SOIL AND SOD 10/30/98 SWM-DITCHING MATERIAL 11/02/98 SWM-DITCHING MATERIAL 11/04/98 SWM-DITCHING MATERIAL 11/06/98 SWM-DITCHING MATERIAL REGIONAL TELEPHONE DIRECTOR 1819423273 11/01/98 PKDBC-ADVERTISING INST Bank Code: key UNITED GROCERS INC Bank Code: key BRAVO PUBLICATIONS INC Bank Code: key 1144752 991398 991054 11/18/98 RCS-SUPPLIES: ARTS/SPE 10/21/98 PKKFT-1999 SEA EVENT G 10/21/98 PKDBC-ADVERTISING 1999 WA STATE-TRANSPORTATION DEP ATB8111011 11/10/98 PW-LAND ACQUISITION/ST Bank Code: key GRINNELL FIRE PROTECTION Bank Code: key 152-52520 11/11/98 PKRLS/CC-RESET ALARM A 4,741.97 4,741.97 29.84 29.84 59.46 59.46 233.19 3,171.61 541 . 86 3,946.66 4,039.25 4,039.25 237.00 237.00 1,185.80 1,185.80 125.00 125.00 3,922.65 3,922.65 22.00 82.50 13.75 110.00 82.00 310.25 84.20 84.20 13 9.44 13 9.44 568.00 1,136.00 1,704.00 281.47 281.47 211.77 211.77 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Page: 10 0 chklst 11/30/1998 08:05:08 Check List CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Page: 11 ==================================================================================================================================== Check Total Check vendor -------- -------- ------------------------------------ ---------- -------- ---------------------- --------------- ------------------ 552.84 Date 143873 11/30/98 002521 Voucher: 143874 11/30/98 002544 Voucher: 143875 11/30/98 002545 Voucher: 143876 11/30/98 002548 Voucher: 143877 11/30/98 002557 Voucher: 143878 11/30/98 002562 Voucher: 143879 11/30/98 002566 Voucher: ~ 143880 11/30/98 002576 Voucher: ~143881 11/30/98 002656 V Voucher: 143882 11/30/98 002732 Voucher: 143883 11/30/98 002797 voucher: 143884 11/30/98 002887 Voucher: 143885 11/30/98 002933 Voucher: 143886 11/30/98 002945 Voucher: 143887 11/30/98 002990 Voucher: 143888 11/30/98 003043 Voucher: SUPERLON PLASTICS COMPANY Bank Code: key HYUNDAI FOOD Bank Code: key PACIFIC AIR CONTROL INC Bank Code: key SPRAGUE PEST CONTROL Bank Code: key Invoice 07617 463302 465602 468109 47895 1-38615 1-38596 PETTY CASH FUND-PARKS MAINT 000980 Bank Code: key INTERSTATE BATTERIES SEATTL 769486 Bank Code: key Inv.Date Description 10/07/98 SWMCIP:12" DRAIN PIPE 11/04/98 RSS-SUPPLIES: KOREAN L 11/11/98 RSS-SUPPLIES: KOREAN L 11/18/98 RSS-SUPPLIES: KOREAN L 11/16/98 CHB-HVAC SYSTEM MAINT 11/02/98 RSS-KLCC INSECT/RODENT 11/02/98 PKDBC-INSPECTION FOR R 11/24/98 PKM-REIMB PETTY CASH F 11/12/98 MSDP/CD: RECHARGEABLE TAC-3644-6 10/25/98 DBC-TACOMA DIRECTORY A U S WEST COMMUNICATIONS Bank Code: key BRAD MASON TRUCKING &, EXCA 1:AG98-177 11/19/98 SWMCIP-CROWN POINT STO Bank Code: key PETTY CASH FUND-SENIORS ACC 000928 Bank Code: key AGREEMENT DYNAMICS INC Bank Code: key LOMBARDO, MYRIAM Bank Code: key EN POINTE TECHNOLOGIES Bank Code: key JORGENSEN, RONALD Bank Code: key BEVERLY'S HAPPY KEYBOARDS Bank Code: key JAMESON BABBITT STITES & Bank Code: key STEKLAR, OLEG K Bank Code: key 337 11/17/98 PKRLS/SS-REIM SR PETTY 11/16/98 MSHR-FACILITATION SVCS NOV9-NOV10 11/10/98 LAW-DIST CT INTERPRETE 742376 743904 747685 11/09/98 MSDP-COMPAQ DESKTOP PN 11/11/98 MSDP-COMPAQ DESKTOP PN 11/17/98 MSDP-COMPAQ DESKTOP PN AG-091/FAL 11/18/98 RSS/AA-TAI CHI CLASSES DBC-110398 11/03/98 PKDBC-PIANO TUNING/CLE 21443 CP25203FW 11/10/98 LAW-LEGAL SERVICES RE: 11/06/98 LAW-DIST CT INTERPRETE Amount Paid 552.84 65.21 47.80 85.77 1,037.40 48.87 86.88 166.11 54.28 88.20 35,153.20 89.76 910.00 70.00 8,009.25 1,183.74 363.81 1,090.40 165.00 110.00 30.00 ----------- .--------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------------------- 198.78 1,037.40 135.75 166.11 54.28 88.20 35,153.20 89.76 910.00 70.00 9,556.80 1,090.40 165.00 110.00 30.00 --------- Page: 11 0 chklst 11/30/1998 08:05:08 Check List CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Page: 12 Check Date Vendor ==================================================================================================================================== Amount Paid Check Total Invoice Inv.Date Description -------- -------- ------------------------------------ ---------- -------- ---------------------- --------------- ------------------ 143889 11/30/98 003055 Voucher: 143890 11/30/98 003059 Voucher: 143891 11/30/98 003070 Voucher: 143892 11/30/98 003085 Voucher: 143893 11/30/98 003093 Voucher: 143894 11/30/98 003100 Voucher: 143895 11/30/98 003111 ~ Voucher: ~ 143896 11/30/98 003187 6, Voucher: '143897 11/30/98 003210 Voucher: 143898 11/30/98 003211 Voucher: 143899 11/30/98 003220 Voucher: 143900 11/30/98 003238 Voucher: 143901 11/30/98 003270 Voucher: 143902 11/30/98 003310 Voucher: 143903 11/30/98 003340 Voucher: 143904 11/30/98 003391 Voucher: MAACO AUTO PAINTING & BODYW 17045 Bank Code: key 17257 PEIRCE, TEK-KIAT Bank Code: key CA05091FW 09/11/98 MSFLT-BODYWORK #48618 10/28/98 MSFLT-BODYWORK-VEH# 48 11/09/98 LAW-DIST CT INTERPRETE NOV10-NOV1 11/19/98 LAW-PUBLIC DEFENSE SCR MCMILLION, KAREN K Bank Code: key TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION GROU 481217 Bank Code: key CASCADE COMPUTER MAINTENANC 267552 Bank Code: key CARBCO INC Bank Code: key NATIONAL MAINT CONTRACTORS Bank Code: key CHANEY, TOM Bank Code: key HOUGH BECK & BAIRD INC Bank Code: key IRON MOUNTAIN/SAFESITE INC Bank Code: key POLLOCK PHD, KATHLEEN RORK Bank Code: key NATIONAL PUBLIC SAFETY Bank Code: key SEBRIS BUSTO PS Bank Code: key U S BANK OF WASHINGTON Bank Code: key SMITH PHD, DAVID H Bank Code: key CRAFT OUTLET Bank Code: key 13238 13239 13250 24238 24269 000913 001037 2868 445001449 052996 P986122 22711 22712 11/13/98 MSDP/PS-OFFICE 97 FULL 11/13/98 DP/ALL-PRINTER MAINTEN 11/10/98 FLT-TUNEUP/BELTS:M3663 11/10/98 FLT-TUNEUP/TRANS:M3192 11/12/98 FLT-ENGINE REPAIR:M487 11/01/98 CHB-JANITORIAL SERVICE 11/01/98 CHB-JANITORIAL SERVICE 11/10/98 PS:REIMB TRAVEL EXPENS 11/25/98 PS-REIMB POL BUS EXPEN 11/01/98 PKC-COURIER SVC:LAKE G 10/31/98 MSC-CITY RECORDS STORA 10/31/98 PS-PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTS 11/11/98 PS:LAW ENFORCEMENT DIR 11/11/98 LAW-EMPLOYMT MATTERS L 11/11/98 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------------------ 143905 11/30/98 003435 Voucher: 143906 11/30/98 003469 Voucher: 143907 11/30/98 003472 Voucher: 143908 11/30/98 003524 Voucher: 143909 11/30/98 003563 Voucher: 143910 11/30/98 003589 Voucher: 143911 11/30/98 003643 Voucher: t- 143912 11/30/98 003672 Voucher: li {¡'-. 143913 11/30/98 003699 ~ Voucher: 143914 11/30/98 003718 Voucher: 143915 11/30/98 003724 Voucher: 143916 11/30/98 003837 Voucher: 143917 11/30/98 003840 Voucher: 143918 11/30/98 003874 Voucher: 143919 11/30/98 003892 Voucher: 143920 11/30/98 003898 Voucher: DUNCAN EQUIPMENT COMPANY Bank Code: key ROAD WARRIORS INC Bank Code: key 6058/9865 91198 RATELCO COMMUNICATION SVC I 0224582 Bank Code: key 16407 FLEET GLASS REPAIR INC Bank Code: key VALLEY COMMUNICATIONS CENTE 980876 Bank Code: key 980855 BROWNING-FERRIS INDUSTRIES Bank Code: key HELSELL FETTERMAN LLP Bank Code: key TRIARCO ARTS & CRAFTS Bank Code: key GARDNER & ASSOCIATES Bank Code: key 11/04/98 PS-AUDION CUTTING KNIV 10/03/98 PWSWR:TRAFFIC CONTROL 10/05/98 POL-RADIO REPAIR & MAl 11/06/98 MSFLT-GLASS REPAIR-VEH 11/10/98 POL-LANGUAGE LINE USEA 11/10/98 POL-EMERGENCY DISPATCH 981000-003 10/31/98 PS-MEDICAL WASTE REMOV 61882 61883 188805 101837 JENKINS, HARDY & ASSOC, PLL CA06096FW Bank Code: key PACIFIC NORTHWEST LICENSE Bank Code: key UNITED PARCEL SERVICE Bank Code: key M & N INTERNATIONAL INC Bank Code: key MCHUGH PROPERTIES Bank Code: key PS-FADLER 09/30/98 UAW-LEGAL SERVICES 09/30/98 RM-LEGAL SVCS-THORSTAD 10/22/98 PKRCS-SMOCKS:ART CLASS 11/15/98 PS-JR POLICE BADGES (1 11/16/98 LAW-PUB DEF SERV 10/30 11/12/98 PS:MEMBERSHIP DUES:ED 8941354707 11/07/98 PS-DELIVERY SERVICES 1196900 POL-DEC98 98251 MONTGOMERY WATER GROUP INC Bank Code: key RADIO COMMUNICATION SERVICE 961292 Bank Code: key ----------- --------------------------------------------------- 09/22/98 PKRCS-SUPPLIES:FALL CO 11/23/98 POL-LEASE CONTRACT 10/31/98 PW-HYDROLOGIC/HYDRAULI 10/31/98 MIS/POL-RADIO COMMUNIC 361.04 361.04 1,125.65 1,125.65 27.15 27.15 27.15 27.15 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FEDERAL WAY Page: 16 Check Vendor ==================================================================================================================================== Amount Paid Check Total Date Invoice Inv.Date Description -------- -------- ------------------------------------ ---------- -------- ---------------------- --------------- ------------------ 143950 11/30/98 004650 Voucher: 143951 11/30/98 004655 Voucher: 143952 11/30/98 004657 Voucher: 143953 11/30/98 004662 Voucher: 143954 11/30/98 004664 Voucher: 143955 11/30/98 004666 Voucher: 143956 11/30/98 004669 Voucher: 1 143957 11/30/98 700095 Voucher: ~ 143958 11/30/98 700097 v Voucher: \ 143959 11/30/98 700102 Voucher: 143960 11/30/98 700103 Voucher: 143961 11/30/98 700104 Voucher: 143962 11/30/98 700105 Voucher: 143963 11/30/98 700106 Voucher: 143964 11/30/98 700107 Voucher: 143965 11/30/98 700108 Voucher: ATHLETIC BUSINESS PUBLICATI 67740 Bank Code: key MCGEARY, MITCHELL N Bank Code: key LAW-VIDEO 11/13/98 PKP-ATHLETIC 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Bank Code: key C554R825 65.00 65.00 C566R879 COPELAND, MICHELLE Bank Code: key C413R541 1,985.00 1,985.00 EBERLE, TOM Bank Code: key C500R729 516.00 516.00 RIETMANN, PAUL Bank Code: key C494R767 125.00 125.00 EDWARDS, SUSAN Bank Code: key C421/C450 50.00 50.00 4.80 4.80 65.27 65.27 51.15 51.15 50.00 50.00 251.20 251.20 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Page: 16. .. 0 chklst 11/30/1998 08:05:09 Check List CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Page: 17 Check Vendor ==================================================================================================================================== Invoice Inv.Date Description Amount Paid Check Total Date -------- -------- ------------------------------------ ---------- -------- ---------------------- --------------- ------------------ 143966 11/30/98 700109 Voucher: 143967 11/30/98 700110 Voucher: 143968 11/30/98 700111 Voucher: 143969 11/30/98 700112 Voucher: 198 Checks in this report } ~ {', C'. LISHER, LAURIE Bank Code: key C453R721 11/17/98 PKDBC-REF DMG DPST AFT 22.85 22.85 SCHELL, MARY Bank Code: key BERGQUIST, KAREN Bank Code: key C565R826 11/17/98 PKDBC-REF DMG DPST AFT 54.84 54.84 C345R406 11/17/98 PKDBC-REF DMG DPST AFT 92.42 92.42 CA06800FW 11/23/98 MSF-REIMBURSE WITNESS 83.84 83.84 DANIEL, RICHARD G Bank Code: key ------------------ Total Checks: 811,184.25 --------------------------------------------------~ --------- ----------- .--------------------------------------------------- Page: 17 MEETING DATE: December 15, 1998 ITEM#£- (ç,:- ') .............................................,............................................................................................ CITY 0 F FED ERAL WAY City Council AGENDA ITEM SUBJECT: Monthly Financial Report .......................................................................................................................................... CATEGORY: BUDGET IMPACT: _X_CONSENT _ORDINANCE _BUSINESS _HEARING FYI _RESOLUTION STAFF REPORT _PROCLAMATION _STUDY SESSION _OTHER Amount Budgeted: $ Expenditure Amt: $ Contingency Reqd: $ .......................................................................................................................................... ATTACHMENTS: Monthly Financial Report .......................................................................................................................................... SUMMARY /BACKGROUND: Month of October 1998 .......................................................................................................................................... CITY COUNCIL COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: Was approved by the Finance Committee at their meeting on December 8, 1998. .......................................................................................................................................... CITY MANAGER RECOMMENDATION' 4~V( t'<' ,- t:;~<-~i..., ~-CC~v"'1.N-<v,,~:-k.,., . u'.' '/)1 /~. ................................ ........................ ............. .............................. ..i.~~~. .~~~~........ APPROVED FOR INCLUSION IN COUNCIL PACKET: <¡bk' (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: APPROVED DENIED T ABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION COUNCIL BILL # 1st READING ENACTMENT READ ORDINANCE # RESOLUTION # ............ ............................... ............ ...........,............................. .................... ...................... CITY 8F IT M 0 NTHL Y FINANCIAL REPORT FOR OCTOBER 1998 APPROV AL OF COMMITTEE REPORT Committee Chair: Mary Gates 7J)/l :fI'~ Committee Member: Jeanne Bu:idge '.,{. r-:-~- Committee Membec Linda KOCh~¡:~. ...r- ) 1-', \., it- u:c:-<I. ( ,-/-.I/ October 1998, Monthly Financial Report Graph 1 TABLE OF CONTENTS Fund Balance Composition $13.14 Million Introduction 1 Designated 0.2% Fund Balance Position 1 P3/lntfnd SWM Summary 1 0 Loans 5.5 Yo 2.4% Police 4.4% Revenues 1-2 Solid Waste Expenditures 2 2.7% Conclusion 2 Debt Svc 34.5% Attachment A 3 Unreserved 34.3% Snow & Ice 0.8% Strategic Resv 15.2% Supplemental Schedules 7he Monthly Financial Report (MFR) is intended to provide an overview of financial activity that have taken place in the reporting period. This report focuses mainly on activity incurred in the following operating funds: General, Street, Arterial Street, Utility Tax Projects, Solid Waste, Snow and Ice Removal, Paths & Trail, Surface Water Management, Strategic Reserve, Airport Strategic Reserve, Debt Service, and Dumas Bay Centre. The Summary of Sources and Uses (Attachment A) captures financial activity through October for the years 1994 through 1998. SUMMARY Overall, operating revenues $30,872,768 are above the monthly budget projection of $27,994,425 as of October 1998, and operating expenditures $24,749,121 are also within the anticipated budget expenditures $25,014,336 for the period. The above results in the City's operating funds having a projected increase in fund balance of $3,143,559 as of the end of October, 1998. Of this amount $1,467,717 is related to Utility taxes and REET which are for the payment of debt service. REVENUES The City has collected $30,872,768 or 90.8% of the annual operating budget ($33,998,653) through October. Operating revenues have grown $4,517,528 or 17.2% compared with activity through October 1997 ($26,355,240) due primarily to the addition of a utility tax rate increase which was not effective until March, 1997. The favorable variance is also attributed to Real Estate Excise Taxes (REET) which are continuing to exceed budgetary estimates by $1,025,207 or 112.6% (Attachment A reflects an estimated accrual for October 1998). In addition, fines and forfeitures are exceeding budgetary projections by $141,909 or 25.4%. State-shared revenues are exceeding budgetary estimates by $508,407 or 12.0%. Local criminal justice sales tax to date of $1,019,252 is exceeding the estimated revenues ($868,472) by $150,780 or 17.4%. Liquor Profits collected ($404,650) are above budgetary estimates ($307,539) by $97,111 or 31.6%. Equalization is exceeding estimated revenues ($187,687) by $104,577 or 55.7%. Sales tax revenues are exceeding budgetary estimates ($6,374,903) by $229,062 or 3.6% through September, 1998. Compared to 1997 activity ($6,200,234), revenues have increased $403,730 or 6.5%. .. L/ I-~ City of Federal Way October 1998 Monthly Financial Report Building permit and plan check revenues have increased for the month of October by $49,431 or 84.2% over. the budgetary estimate ($58,736). Franchise fees are exceeding original estimates by $33,866 or 6.3% through' October. Finally, recreation fees are above budget by $11,033 or 2.9%. When compared to 1997 activity, recreation fees have increased $8,508 or 2.3%. EXPENDITURES The City has expended $24,749,121 or 67.4% of the annual operating budget ($36,735,944) through October. Operating expenditures are below the revised budget ($25,014,336) by $265,215 or 1.1% and have increased $2,298,860 or 10.2% when compared with activity through October 1997 ($22,450,261). This variance consists of savings in Community Development, Surface Water Management, Public Works and Parks and Recreation and excess expenditures in City Manager, Criminal Legal Services, Solid Waste, Police Services and Jail Services. It is anticipated that these departments will either meet projections or stay within their budget as the year progresses. Criminal Legal Services expenditures total $906,984 which is $41,917 or 4.8% above the revised budget estimate ($865,067). Community Development Operations has expended $2,182,173 or 73.3% of its annual appropriation ($2,975,704). Through October they are below their budget by $119,326 or 5.2%. Compared with 1997 activities, expenditures have increased $98,613 or 4.7%. PRCS Operations expenditures total $2,261,590 which is $166,736 or 6.9% below the revised budget estimate ($2,428,326). Expenditures have increased by $92,235 or 4.3% as compared with 1997 activities. Dumas Bay Centre expenditures ($331,609) are below operating budgetary estimates ($335,054) by $3,445 or 1.0%. Compared with 1997 activities, expenditures have decreased by $12,595 or 3.7% Revenue collections in 1998 are above estimates ($287,921) by $7,448 or 2.6%. . " Public Works Operations is below revised budget estimates ($2,746,305) by $120,499 or 4.4%, and has expended $2,625,806 or 78.9% of its annual appropriation ($3,327,257). The Solid Waste and Recycling program is above its budgetary projection ($212,019) by $17,026 or 8.0%. Surface Water Management Operations are below projections by $62,737 or 5.0%. Compared with 1997, public works expenditures have increased $212,247 or 8.8%, while SWM operations have increased by $9,642 or 0.8%. The 1998 Asphalt Overlay Program has incurred expenses of $1,684,200 or 75.7% of it's appropriated budget ($2,225.570). The contractor has completed all the work in the original contract and has finished the concrete work on the two added schedules. Due to weather the work on the two added schedules will be carried forward into 1999 and should be completed in May/June. CONCLUSION The overall operating revenues for October are above the projected monthly budget, with State-Shared Revenues, Real Estate Excise Tax, Fines & Forfeitures, Building and ROW Permits, Interest Earnings and Utility Tax exceeding monthly budget estimates. The overall operating expenditures are below estimates at this time, with Civil Legal Services, Community Development, Public Works and Parks and Recreation under projections and, Police Services, Jail Services, City Manager and Solid Waste exceeding projections. It is anticipated that these departments will meet their budget projections as the year progresses. II M.T3 ATTACHMENT A CITY OF FEDERAL WAY SUMMARY OF SOURCES AND USES OPERATING FUNDS Through October 1994 - 1998 Actuals 1998 Revised Budget Actuals Variance Through Through Favorable (Unfavorable) Sources/Uses 1994 1995 1996 1997 Annual October October Dollars ($) 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 3,843,100 4,096,706 4,432,031 4,081,999 6,410,094 4,946,469 4,946,469 - 0.0% Sales Tax 6,333,652 6,620,865 6,749,893 6,889,081 8,469,131 7,076,927 7,313,476 236,549 3.3% Criminal Justice Sales Tax 880,346 910,713 925,870 1,049,033 1,260,667 968,800 1,119,581 150,781 15.6% Leasehold Excise Tax 4,380 12,929 3,968 3,571 14,853 8,169 3,761 (4,408) -54.0% State-Shared Revenues 4,582,077 4,362,697 3,977,402 3,786,478 4,469,217 3,578,437 3,936,066 357,629 10.0% Real Estate Excise Tax 1,214,973 1,095,051 1,182,554 1,238,764 1,100,000 910,324 1,981,624 1,071,300 117.7% Gambling Taxes 351,454 325,989 312,418 319,276 305,598 259,758 269,561 9,803 3.8% Utility Taxes - . 630,315 3,008,927 4,227,186 3,388,391 3,784,808 396,417 11.7% Fines & Forfeitures 501,302 517,547 496,180 504,932 662,224 558,873 700,782 141,909 25.4% Building Permits/Fees-CD 477,110 534,814 490,621 655,107 787,112 665,319 858,173 192,854 29.0% ROW Permits/Fees-PW 107,624 128,238 165,074 151,756 326,365 185,902 240,431 54,529 29.3% Licenses 62,900 56,966 50,942 49,059 95,481 56,660 41,809 (14,851) -26.2% Franchise Fees 364,105 386,005 406,479 463,100 420,179 537,906 571,772 33,866 6.3% Recreation Fees 375,976 325,856 370,483 378,019 456,514 375,494 386,527 11,033 2.9% Dumas Bay Centre 104,402 184,033 241,586 303,333 327,580 287,921 295,369 7,448 2.6% Knutzen Family Theatre - - - - 21,605 4,181 4,181 - 0.0% Interest Earnings 521,276 575,559 493,422 41,139 815,816 572,358 663,923 91,565 16.0% Admin Fee-SV\IM & Solid Waste - 125,320 129,081 135,612 165,989 138,325 138,325 0 0.0% SV\IM Fees 2,384,426 2,399,598 2,233,438 2,071,838 2,943,429 2,447,395 2,447,395 - 0.0% Refuse Collection Fees 124,988 121,860 119,886 119,113 146,329 121,819 122,632 813 0.7% Police Services - - - 686,720 - . 141,107 141,107 nla Grants - 28,823 222,582 3,571 523,528 870,711 870,711 - 0.0% Other 44,852 44,105 65,451 414,812 49,756 34,285 34,285 - 0.0% otal Operating Revenues 22,278.943 22,853,674 23,699,676 26,355,240 33,998,653 27,994,425 30,872,768 2,878,344 10.3% Operating Expenditures City Council 162,764 156,565 160,086 172,754 192,955 174,410 174,615 (205) -0.1% City Manager 320,863 382,113 399,216 453,071 532,812 450,145 464,783 (14,638) -3.3% lanagement Services 922,625 1,033,118 1,187,479 1,149,909 1,902,363 1,280,541 1,289,927 (9,386) -0.7% Civil Legal Services 302,973 357,452 404,642 452,002 505,578 424,098 412,476 11,622 2.7% Criminal Legal Services 497,304 557,512 562,307 619,371 1,158,444 865,067 906,984 (41,917) -4.8% Comm. Developement Services 2,641,648 3,062,767 2,188,893 2,083,560 2,975,704 2,301,499 2,182,173 119,326 5.2% Police Services 6,862,668 6,895,613 7,791,313 8,009,203 11,216,649 9,012,136 9,030,258 (18,122) -0.2% ail Services 551,972 470,396 540,444 632,958 857,700 706,721 824,577 (117,856) -16.7% Parks & Recreation 2,619,654 2,595,791 2,590,898 2,169,355 2,879,973 2,428,326 2,261,590 166,736 6.9% Public Works 1,976,151 2,244,684 2,183,107 2,413,559 3,327,257 2,746,305 2,625,806 120,499 4.4% City Overlay Program 601,051 329,793 776,491 1,571,293 2,225,570 1,684,200 1,684,200 - 0.0% Snow & Ice Removal (1) 5,789 3,072 39,864 51,404 54,738 30,223 30,223 0 0.0% Solid Waste 103,629 132,451 229,455 419,714 295,914 212,019 229,046 (17,026) -8.0% Surface Water Management 925,044 1,121,968 1,201,174 1,188,525 1,554,594 1,260,904 1,198,167 62,737 5.0% Debt Service 484,272 514,354 649,943 719,379 4,411,190 1,040,824 1,040,824 - 0.0% Dumas Bay Centre 163,307 246,476 302,587 344,204 401,228 335,054 331,609 3,445 1.0% Knutzen Family Theatre - - - - 121,605 61,863 61,863 - 0.0% Non-departmental /2) 8,410 25,033 25,033 - 2,121,670 . - - nla TotalOperating Expenditures 19,150,124 20,129,158 21,232,932 22,450,261 36,735,944 25,014,336 24,749,121 265,215 1.1% operating Revenues over/(under) Operating Expenditures 3,128,819 2,724,516 2,466,744 3,904,979 (2,737,291) 2,980,088 6,123,647 3,143,559 105.5% Other Financing Sources . - - 3,524,944 6,092,920 2,822,839 2,822,839 - 0.0% Other Financing Uses 3,361,793 5,391,524 3,106,818 2,034,372 9,416,855 5,783,555 5,783,555 - 0.0% Ending Fund Balance Solid Waste 111,484 188,505 213,050 296,991 370,090 - 229,992 nla nla Snow & Ice - 191,274 103,239 73,358 100,000 - 123,005 nla nla Arterial Street 1,563,848 971,893 362,100 470,902 69,831 - 161,714 niB nIB Utility Tax - - - - 1,019,898 - 2,854,595 nIB nla SV\IM 2,016,324 1,702,890 1,077,666 1,566,522 663,579 - 2,012,174 nIB nIB Path & Trails 29,109 39,284 50,210 6,153 12,907 - 10,931 nIB nIB Strategic Reserve 2,150,560 2,104,645 2,050,477 2,022,389 2,000,000 - 2,029,588 nla nla Debt Service 1,657,809 1,936,991 1,618,909 2,986,805 4,538,155 - 5,466,073 nla nla ')umas Bay Centre 562,661 157,897 115,131 83,742 10,673 39,739 nla nla Police 1,031,439 - 1,082,207 583,861 - 748,150 nla nla P3 - - 300,000 300,000 300,000 nIB nla Interfund Loans 60,000 10,000 - 10,000 10,000 - 10,000 nla nla Unreserved 3,796,969 401,801 4,100,685 6,892,670 319,450 4,305,313 nla nla Total Ending Fund Balance $ 11,948,7&4 $ 8,736,619 $ 9,691,467 $ 15,791,739 $ 9,998,445 $ 15,147,715 $ 18,291,274 $ 3,143,559 20.8% Note 1. These expendItures occur prImarIly durIng the wInter months. Note 2 Includes contingency, unallocated P3 and vision premiums. 11/191982:45 PM J..j ,T L/ City of Federal Way October 1998 Monthly Financial Report SUPPLEMENTAL SCHEDULES Local Retail Sales Tax ~ SALES TAX REVENUES September 1996 through September 1998 51,000,000 --~------ ____n_-- ___n__- - 5950,000 -- 5900,000 0- Holiday Season ~~ ~._-- -----~ - - - -- - - - - 5750,000 - - --- - --------- 5850,000 -- - - - 5800,000 - --------- 5700,000 5850,000 I 5800,000 5550,000 æ s æ æ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ m m m m m m Q.t >óè:.o"-"->.c' 'Q.' 'Î!c.o"-"->.è: ~ ~ ~ ~ .!!¡ :. :J! ~ :J! ~ ~ ¡ ~ g ~ Õ !! :. :J! ~ :J! ~ «> «> «> ; 't ~ -, ~ ~ Table 1 and Graph 2 summarize local retail sales tax revenues. Sales tax collections lag two months. For September sales activities, the City accrues sales tax revenues in October, and the City receives cash in November. At the time this report was prepared, sales tax revenues were not available for October. Attachment A reflects accrued estimates. . Through September sales tax proceeds totaled $6,603,964 which is $229,062 or 3.6% above the adopted budget estimate ($6,374,902). . Compared to 1997 September sales tax, revenues have increased $104,461 or 15.9%. TABLE 1 LOCAL RETAIL SALES TAX REVENUES 1'13 .1... 1'83 I 1'N 1JJS I 1". 1..7 I 1... 1", Bud'" Month Actual Actual kiwi Actual Actual I 8ucfg8f . Actual $ VarfMce " VarfMce anuary 5 849,037 I 5 870,318 5 882,234 I S 883,229 S 902,478 I S 940,317 S 949,276 S 8,959 1_0'11 ebnJary 579,220 I 580,171 602,830 I 607,790 640,967 ¡ 660,714 714,640 53 ,926 8-2'11 March 522,576 ! 500,911 573.687 ; 577,022 582,547 ; 590,311 575,596 (14,715) -2,5'11 April 585,809 I 597,164 624,667 i 768.980 660,733 I 680,245 655,396 (24,849) -3,7'11 May 556,790 ! 632,367 599,100 I 607,104 669,058 : 671,827 769,461 97,634 14_5'11 unø 615,567 I 603,320 617,531 ! 600,594 657,032 : 668,466 645,475 (22,991) -3,4'11 -"'~___n__- 603,765 ! 651,123 \---------_f5.76,~_~ ~4~ 1-----_694,702 ' 733,262 682.263 (50,999) -7,0'11 -- ---+------------- -- August 619,020 : 635,050 713,489 I 734,368 735,617 n1,508 850,295 128,787 17.8'11 eptember - 609,162 , 626,974 676,731 , 652,888 657,100 ' 708,252 761,561 53,309 7,5'11 Oct~rn__.__-_. 627,343 636,254 654,050 666,751 --- 687,~...:__~,s.E. -~----- --- 0.0'11 ------------0- -------- -- ---------. ----------- - ------ November -- 594,528 618,765 650,583 664,611 793,528 685,778 -------~~~ - .--- --- ---- --- ------------------------ ---- - ----- -- - -- ------- December 603,980 654,256 644,666 623,386 638,862 698,938 0.0% Total S 7,366,797 I S 7,606,873 S 7,916,114 I S 8,037,143 S 8,320,209 ¡ S 8,"",131 $ 6,803,964 S 229,082 3.6% ...able Sal.. S 878,",,843 I S 905,656,310 S 942,394,624 I S 956,802,781 $ 990,601,079 I $ 1,008,229,823 $ 781,166,131 S 27,289,287 3.6% , R...._" mo,""', -, ..-. ...... ,... ....... "'-, - -.... ...m.... .~ ~- ~ AIIo- A II ¿¡,r s- City of Federal Way October 1998 Monthly Financial Report Real Estate Excise Tax Graph 3 and Table 2 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 October has exceeded the adopted budget by $51,239 or 55.3%, continuing the trend we saw in 1997. Compared with 1997 activities, REET revenues through October have increased $1,025,207 or 112.6%. . ~ $2.500,000 $2.000,000 ë $1,500,000 ::t 0 e $1.000,000 4( $500.000 $- ø; '" ... Month I 1m : ActluIl 80,908 S 56,212 78,549 84,173 105,092 167,854 163,092 1 06 , 684 100,392 146,484 114,078 I 202,396 i $ 1,405,814 I $ 281,182,800 anuary ~--~ ebruary March April May $ una uly ugust eplember k:tober- ovember ecernber Total Esl RE Value . R.........."""",,1y __I p....m. ""... 11198 _eO Budget. - AccNed ."mel.. ". ",_ed on _men! A REAL ESTATE EXCISE TAX AC11VI1Y Through October $1,935,531 N '" '" ... .... '" '" ... ... '" '" ... IØ '" '" ... TABLE 2 REAL ESTATE EXCISE TAX REVENUES 1993-19M 19M 1197 Aclulll Aclull/ 70.177 S 94,719 84,096 , 101,506 105,133 I 132,678 155,1071 186,187 133.203 ! 108,060 133.081 I 120,432 130,765 I 231,911 123,913 1 181,490 180,371 I 151,333 102,780 I 216,381 160,199 I 188,999 146,325 I 163,211 $ 1,525,150 I $ 1,818,808 $ 305,030,000 I $ 375,381,718 ... '" '" ... .... '" '" ... Q. "0 -¡: eo '" '" ... ü 4( eå '" '" ... 1994 Actual 65,621 S 72,702 249,510 102,473 94,387 130,113 96,629 97,514 82,804 64 , 606 65,105 93,509 $ 1,214,873 $ 242,994,600 1995 Aclull/ 52,253 S 63,025 83,156 73,850 73,648 107,801 70,258 183,599 82,369 76,809 132,917 95,366 $ 1,095,051 $ 218,010,200 19.. Budget . S 51,608 S 57,412 1 04 , 084 96,965 92,144 104,964 110,936 1 02, 366 97,207 92,538 88,613 101,063 $ 1,100,000 $ 220,000,000 , 19.. Budget Actulll I $ Vllrlenc8 $ Vllrlence 119,717 . $ 68,109 132.0% 82,116 i S 24,704 43.0'14 166,282 I $ 62,198 59.8'14 189,860 $ 92,895 95.8'14 270,672 i $ 178,528 , 193.7% 295,657 I $ 190,693 181.7'14 324,962 ì $ 214,026 192.9'14 137,949 1 S 35,583 34.8'14 204,439 I $ 107,232 110.3'14 143,877 I $ 51,239 55.3'14 - i 0.0% -I - 0.0% $ 1,835,531! $ 1,025,207 112.8% $ 387,106,192 I $ 205,041,392 na 11 ' I ~ II . -/ City of Federal Way October 1998 Monthly Financial Report Utility Taxes Table 3 summarizes utility tax revenue collections. Through September utility tax collections total $3,418,557 which is $360,815 or 11.8% above the monthly budget estimate ($3,057,742). This reflects the 5.0% rate which was effective 3/1/97. Since we have only had this revenue source for a short time, it is difficult to project the monthly estimates. TABLE 3 UTIUTYTAXES Year-to-date (thru September) Revised YTD 1998 Budget Budget Budget Actua/ $ Variance " Variance Electric (Puget Power) $ 1,753,100 $ 1,301,798 1,367,377 $ 65,579 5.0% Gas (Puget Sound Energy) 572,400 427,588 393,813 (33,775) -7.9% Garbage (FW Disposal) 299,700 176,178 225,041 48,863 27.7% Cable (Viacom & TCI) 342,000 254,289 329,791 75,502 29.7% Phone 803,400 586,975 746,915 159,940 27.2% Storm Drainage 134,500 73,997 59,839 (14,158) -19.1% Cellular 313,200 230,446 287,378 56,932 24.7% Pagers & Internet 8,700 6,471 8,403 1,932 29.9% Total $ 4,227,000 $ 3,057,742 $ 3,418,557 $ 360,815 11.8"¡' Building Permit and Plan Check Activity Graph 4 and Table 4 illustrate building permit I zoning fee / plan review fee activity between 1991 and 1998. ~ 1998-Act 1998-Adp 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 $- PERMIT/ZONING/PLAN CHECK FEES Through October 749914 417,69 . Electrical aBld/Pln/Zning Fe.. 80,800 626,7 2 $100,000 $200,000 $300,000 $400,000 $500,000 $600,000 $700,000 $800,000 $900,000 . Overall, Community Development permits and fees total $833,650 which is $168,331 or 25.3% above the adopted budget estimate ($665,319). II ..¡I ¡ City of Federal Way October 1998 Monthly Financial Report . Compared with 1997 activities ($655,106), permit revenues and building fees have increased $178,544 or 27.3%. For the month of October, revenues collected were $108,167 or 84.2% above budgetary estimates ($58,736). Building permit applications are holding steady, but several are currently being reviewed by staff or are waiting for a response from the applicant. The increase in revenue this month is due to the fact that several of these applications have been processed and permits have been issued. Included in the current periods' revenue were several permits for a corporate development. . Building permit fee collections through October total $394,623 which is $59,482 above the adopted budget estimate ($335,141). . Electrical fees are staying close to budgetary expectations. Collections total $83,736 which is $886 or 1.1 % above adopted budgetary estimates ($82,850). . Zoning fees collected through October total $83,308 which is $10,249 or 11.0% below the adopted budget estimate ($93,557). . Plan check fees collected during the same period total $271,983 which is above the adopted budget estimate ($153,772) by $118,211 or 76.9%. . Sign code citation fee and sign code permit collections which through October total $9,637 are included with zoning fees. TABLE" BUILDING PERMITSIZONING FEESIPLAN CHECK FEES 1993 - 1998 1993 I 1994 1995 1991S 1997 1998 1998 Budget Revenue Actual Actual Actual Actual Actual Budget Actual $ Variance $ Variance 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 77,879 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 I 53,636 65,038 50,280 52,379 72,117 62,898 (9,219) -12.8% June 56,643 ; 39,732 69,015 65,217 57,030 78,766 106,758 27,992 35.5% July 50,760 : 36,428 60,208 64,655 50 ,009 63,850 143,732 79,882 125.1% August 46,091 I 42,525 71,299 60,072 56,711 60,804 131,328 70,524 116.0% September 55,870 i 67,062 58,663 37,509 61,053 70,420 82,001 11,581 16.4% Oc1ober 59,489 : 38,435 60,354 42,402 47,776 58,736 108,167 49,431 84.2% November 55,740 ! 70,370 43,435 45,163 32,185 56,493 - - 0.0% December 57,415 I 49,954 81,867 49,613 47,978 65,300 - - 0,0% ," Total $ 6~9,917 $ 597,433 $ 660,116 $ 545,397 $ 735.2f9 $ 787,112 $ 833,650 $ 168,n1 25.3% Exp thIU October 1,393,343 1,200,348 1,406,690 1,450,969 1,710,118 1,777,701 1,746,244 oa N Recovery RatiO 37.8% 39.7% 38.0% 33.8% 38.3% 37.4% 47.7% oa oa YTD Recovery Ratio 39.4% 41.6% 39.0% 34.0% 35.7% 37.8% oa oa oa . Building permit related revenues have recovered 47.7% of Community Development operating expenditures which total $1,746,244. Should you have any questions about this monthly financial report, please contact the following staff. This report is prepared by the following staff of the Management Services Department: Marie Mosley 661-4063 Tho Kraus 661-4170 Mari Doring 661-4096 November 19,1998 II L/-::::" , Lx' MEETING DATE: December 15, 1998 ITEM# .~~.\ ---tL-( c ~- ) """"""""""""""""""""""""""".......................................................""""""""""""""""""""""""""""'""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""'"............... CITY OF FEDERAL WAY City Council AGENDA ITEM SUBJECT: Government Access Channel Policies ..................................................................................................................................-.................................""""""""""""""""""""""""""""....... ................. CATEGORY: BUDGET IMPACT: X- CONSENT ORDINANCE BUSINESS HEARING FYI X-RESOL UTION STAFF REPORT PROCLAMA TION STUDY SESSION OTHER Amount Budgeted: Expenditure Amt: Contingency Reqd: ....................................................................................................................................................................................................... ............................................. ATTACHMENTS: 1) FEDRAC Committee Report. 2) Draft Resolution establishing programming guidelines and procedures. 3) Federal Communications Commission (FCC) fact sheets on a) government access channels generally, and b) FCC regulations governing cable television program content. These fact sheets are provided for Council's reference as Section 3B of the Resolution ...'?~!~~..f.~~.8.I:l.~~~~~~~:......................................................................................................................................................................... ................................... SUMMARY /BACKGROUND: Earlier this year, the City Council directed stafTto develop a government access channel for the City of Federal Way. This channel will transmit infonnational programming on city government, such as City Council meetings, short videos, and a reader board, to all TCI customers residing within the city limits. The attached resolution establishes programming priorities, guidelines, restrictions, and procedures for the channel to ensure that it is used for the purposes the City Council intended. This resolution is based upon samples from thirteen cities, local and nationwide, and adapted to Federal Way's local conditions. ....................................................................................................................................................................................................... ............................................. .. .Ç}!X.. ÇQy'~ ç~~..Ç,Q~~.~.!.:r~.~. .~.Ç.9..~~~NPA!.~ Q~.:... ..!\.~?P.~.~~~~~~~~~~.................... .... ................... ........ ........... ...... .. .~.~~.~.. ~~~ ~~.~~..~.~.~.~~~ ~~ ~ ~.~ ~ ~ .:.....~~~~~.~~.~~.l~~l~.~... ....J:;~J~..~l.h~~~.......................... ...................... ......... APPROVED FOR INCLUSION IN COUNCIL PACKET: i-,h? (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: APPROVED DENIED TABLEDIDEFERREDINO ACTION COUNCIL BILL # 1st Reading Enactment Reading ORDINANCE # RESOLUTION # ¡r~ ~~ FlY" MEMORANDUM DATE: December 8, 1998 TO: Finance, Economic Development and Regional Affairs Committee Derek Matheson, Assistant to the City Manag~jV Mehdi Sadri, Information Systems Manager & Programming Guidelines and Procedures for Cable TV channel FROM: SUBJECT: Earlier this year, the City Council directed staff to develop a government access channel for the City of Federal Way. This channel will transmit informational programming on city government, such as City Council meetings, short videos, and a reader board, to all TCI customers residing within the city limits. The attached resolution establishes programming priorities, guidelines, restrictions, and procedures for the channel to ensure that it is used for the purposes the City Council intended. This resolution is based upon samples trom thirteen cities, local and nationwide, and adapted to Federal Way's local conditions. Attachments 1. Draft Resolution establishing programming guidelines and procedures. 2. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) fact sheets on a) government access channels generally, and b) FCC regulations governing cable television program content. These fact sheets are provided for Council's reference as Section 3B of the Resolution cites FCC guidelines. Recommended Action Forward the resolution to the full City Council for adoption. APPROVAL OF COMMITfEE REPORT: ~ "'\ .~-----"" - ,,' .~' .. " "' ,...' .. , '-7/}a; t!: ~ ' ¿".,-t" ,~ / '-"c.-, {. ..,.-l~} "'C .. .t..«,{&-" ¿-. -- Mary G~~, Chair ' Jeanne Burbidge. da KOCh~ " 4,;)/ RESOLUTION NO. A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON, ESTABLISHING PROGRAMMING GUIDELINES AND PROCEDURES FOR MANAGING THE OPERATIONS OF THE CITY'S GO VERNMENT ACCESS CHANNEL. WHEREAS, the City of Federal Way has established a Government Access Cable Television Channel ("Channel"), for the purposes of enhancing the City's public information and communications system, to involve the community in local government decision making, and to provide citizens with information on the activities and services of city government and other governments that provide services to City residents; and WHEREAS, in order to obtain the maximum benefit from the programming of the Channel, the City Council desires to establish guidelines and procedures for the efficient and effective management of the Channel; NOW THEREFORE, THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY HEREBY RESOLVES AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Programming Priorities. In providing the maximum practicable number of hours of on-air programming of value and interest to the community, the following priorities are established. City government programming within each of these priorities takes precedence over programming from other governments and sources: A. Emergency messages. Emergency messages on the public safety or health, especially those arising from activities related to the City's official emergency operations plan. Res. # , Page 1 'I- I ]).:¿ ( B. Government decision-making. Programming that provides direct coverage of the deliberations of elected or appointed bodies, as well as coverage of selected public issue forums, such as City Council meetings, board and commission meetings, election coverage, and public issue forums. C. Government services. Programming that explains the programs, services, and functions of City government and other governments serving City residents. D. Local issues. Programming that provides information about issues oflocal interest in Federal Way, such as City sponsored events, programs and forums affecting Federal Way citizens, programs that celebrate the achievements and accomplishments of Federal Way citizens, and public service announcements. E. Reader board. A reader board providing printed information on government { events and services when other programs are not being cablecast. Section 2. Programming Guidelines. The following guidelines apply for the programming of the Channel: A. Access. Access to the Channel is limited to the City of Federal Way, though programming may be initiated by other sources in accordance with these established guidelines and procedures. The Channel is not intended for public use. B. Alignment with prol!famming objectives and priorities of the Channel. All programming must align with the objectives of the Channel and with these guidelines and procedures. C. Non-editorial. The Channel will provide direct, non-editorial information concerning the operations, services, and deliberations of government to the citizens of Federal Way. Res. # -~ Page 2 'f ,])3 D. Non-political. The Channel is not intended as a mechanism for building support for a particular ballot issue or candidate for public office. Use of the Channel by elected officials for campaign purposes is prohibited. Exceptions to this guideline include public forums on ballot issues where all sides have an equal opportunity to speak, invited candidate forums, programs designed to offer a balanced perspective on the issues, programs involving elected officials that are normally cablecast throughout the year, and official public meetings. E. Non-commercial. The Channel will not be used to endorse or oppose a political issue, or to endorse a business or product, nor will it cablecast any paid advertising or any program that depicts a product, business and/or service that has the purpose of benefitting a profit-making enterprise. However, a business or organization may be recognized at the beginning and/or end of a program for underwriting that specific program. F. Editing. Public meetings, whether live or rebroadcast, must be shown in their entirety, gavel-to-gavel, and without editorial comment. Exceptions are allowed only (1) to provide supplemental on-screen written information that will aid viewers in understanding the issues or matters under discussion; (2) to provide supplemental programming during recesses that will aid viewers in understanding the issues or matters under discussion at that particular public meeting; (3) to edit out recesses during rebroadcasts; (4) when technical limitations or difficulties 'restrict production procedures; and (5) when a brief video and/or audio segment from a public meeting is shown during another program for the purposes of providing background information on that public meeting. All other programming may be edited. Res. # . Page 3 '-Í ' ]) Lj ( I. G. Copvrights. Programs containing copyrighted materials will be used only if copyright dearance has been obtained. Any program produced by the City is the property of the City. The City reserves the right to copyright its own material. H. Disposition of meeting tapes. Tapes of meetings are intended for cablecasting purposes only and not as an official record of the meeting. The City is not required to maintain tapes as an official record, and is not liable for inadvertent erasures or omissions. Master copies of all cablecast public meetings will be retained for a minimum of ninety (90) days after the meeting date. Tapes may be erased and re-used in accordance with these guidelines and procedures. I. Copies of meeting tapes. Copies of any program cablecast on the Channel and in the City's ownership and possession may be obtained as a public record. However, the City is not obligated to provide copies of material protected under copyright, unless the City has been expressly granted permission to do so or ifrequired by law or court order. In addition, the City is not required to permanently retain copies of all programming in anticipation of a future public records request. J. Warranty. The City of Federal Way and its elected officials, officers, employees, agents, and volunteers do not warranty the accuracy of any information cablecast over the Channel. Section 3. Programming Restrictions. The following programming restrictions are established: A Non-alignment with objective and programming priorities. Programming that does not comply with these guidelines, procedures, or programming priorities for the Channel is prohibited. B. FCC Guidelines. Programming that violates Federal Communications (FCC) guidelines for access television including, but not necessarily limited to, commercial/for-profit Res. # . Page 4 4. ))S ( enterprises; trade or business announcements; obscene, indecent, libelous, or slanderous speech, lottery information, or any unlawful content is prohibited. C. Commercial and political programming. Programming that promotes commercial business or political candidates, issues, or viewpoints is prohibited except where expressly allowed by these guidelines and procedures. D. Other laws and policies. The City reserves the right to refuse to transmit all or any portion of a program that promotes any activity which is unlawful under City, State, or Federal law; conflicts with these guidelines and procedures; or contradicts with any policy or position of the City. Section 4. Operating Procedures. The following operating procedures are established: A. Responsible manager. The Information Systems Manager or designee shall be responsible for the production, acquisition, scheduling, and cablecasting of programs on the Channel, and for the management and operation of all equipment and facilities related to the Channel, in accordance with these guidelines and procedures. The Information Systems Manager or designee will periodically discuss the allocation of programming time with the City Manager or designee in order to maximize the Channel's effectiveness as a community relations tool. B. Initiation of programming. Programming may be initiated by the City Council, City Departments, or city boards and commissions, and by other local governments that provide services to City residents. Programming initiated by sources other than the above must be co-sponsored by a City agency and approved by the Information Systems Manager. Programming initiated by other Res. # , Page 5 4- ,JJ , governments and sources must adhere to these guidelines and procedures and must not conflict with or contradict any policy or position of the City. C. Development of procedures. The Information Systems Manager may develop other operating procedures necessary to effectively manage the operations of the Channel, to effectively manage the Channel, and to otherwise carry out the provisions of these guidelines and procedures. D. Final authority. The City Manager has final authority and responsibility for all activities occurring in conjunction with the Channel, final authority and responsibility for interpretation of these programming guidelines and procedures, and final authority for all disputes. related to use of the Channel. Section 5. Severability. If any section, sentence, clause or phrase of this resolution should be held to be invalid or unconstitutional by a court of competent jurisdiction, such invalidity or unconstitutionality shall not affect the validity or constitutionality of any other section, sentence, clause or phrase of this resolution. Section 6. Ratification. Any act consistent with the authority and prior to the effective date of the resolution is hereby ratified and affirmed. Section 7. Effective Date. This resolution shall be effective immediately upon passage by the Federal Way City Council. RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, W ASIllNGTON, this day of ,19- Res. # , Page 6 4- .JJ7 ATTEST: CITY CLERK, N. CHRISTINE GREEN, CMC APPROVED AS TO FORM: CITY ATTORNEY, LONDI K. LINDELL FILED WITH THE CITY CLERK: PASSED BY THE CITY COUNCIL: RESOLUTION NO. k:\reso\cabletv.rel Res. # . Page 7 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY MAYOR, RON GINTZ 4.3I? FCC Fact Sheet on Public, Educational, an...mmental Access Channels ("PEG Channels") http://www.fcc.gov/Bureaus/Cable/WWW/facts!pegfacts.htrol FEDERAL COMMUNICA nONS COMMISSION May 1998 CABLE TELEVISION FACT SHEET PUBLIC, EDUCATIONAL, AND GOVERNMENTAL ACCESS CHANNELS ("PEG CHANNELS") Pursuant to Section 611 of the Communications Act, local franchising authorities may require cable operators to set aside channels for public, educational, or governmental ("PEG") use. Public access channels are available for use by the general public. They are usually administered either by the cable operator or by a third party designated by the franchising authority. Educational access channels are used by educational institutions for educational programming. Time on these channels is typically allocated by either the franchising authority or the cable operator among local schools, colleges and universities. ( Governmental access channels are used for programming by organs of local government. In most jurisdictions, the franchising authority directly controls these channels. PEG channels are not mandated by federal law, rather they are a right given to the franchising authority, which it may choose to exercise. The decision whether to require the cable operator to carry PEG channels is up to the local franchising authority. If the franchise authority does require PEG channels, that requirement will be set out in the franchise agreement between the franchising authority and the cable operator. Franchising authorities may also require cable operators to set aside channels for educational or governmental use on institutional networks; i.e., channels that are generally available only to institutions such as schools, libraries, or government offices. Franchising authorities may require cable operators to provide services, facilities, or equipment for the use of PEG channels. In accordance with applicable franchise agreements, local franchising authorities or cable operators may adopt on their own, non-conte nt-based rules governing the use of PEG channels. For example: . Rules may be adopted for allocating time among competing applicants on a reasonable basis other than the content of their programming. . Minimum production standards may be required. . Users may be required to undergo training. Federal law permitted a cable operator to prohibit the use of a PEG channel for programming which contained obscene material, sexually explicit conduct, indecency, nudity, or material soliciting or promoting unlawful conduct. However, The U.S. Supreme Court determined that this law was unconstitutional. Therefore, cable operators may not control the content of programming on public access channels with the exception that the cable operator may refuse to transmit a public access program, or a portion of the program, which the cable operator reasonably believes contains obscenity. 10£2 '-1-. b 9 10/12/9811:41 AM FCC Fact Sheet on Public, Educational, an...mmental Access Channels ("PEG Channels") h ttp://www. fee. gOY /B ureausiCabl eIWWW/facts!pegfacts.html PEG channel capacity which is not in use for its designated purpose may, with the franchising authority's permission, be used by the cable operator to provide other cable services. Franchising authorities are directed by federal law to prescribe rules governing when such use is permitted. For additional infonnation: ( Any questions or comments about PEG channels on a particular system should be directed to the cable operator or the local franchising authority, and not to the Federal Communications Commission. The name and telephone number of your franchising authority should appear on your cable bill, or should be available through your cable operator. With very limited exceptions, the Federal Communications Commission is not responsible for enforcing the federal statute governing PEG channels. - FCC - ( ( 2 of2 ~ . ])/ò 10/12/9811:41 AM FCC Fact Sheet on Cable Program Content Regulations http://www.fee.govlBureausiCablelWWW/facts/program.html FEDERAL COMMUNICA nONS COMMISSION FACT SHEET September 1997 CABLE TELEVISION FACT SHEET PROGRAM CONTENT REGULATIONS Q: Does the FCC regulate the content of cable programming? A: Cable television system operators generally make their own selection of channels and programs to be distributed to subscribers in response to consumer demands. The Commission does, however, have rules in some areas that are applicable to programming -- called "origination cablecasting" in the rules -- that is subject to the editorial control of the cable system operator. The rules generally do not apply to the contents of broadcast channels or to access channels over which the cable system operator has no editorial control. Q: What is the" equal opportunities" rule of political cablecasting? A: Once a cable system allows a legally qualified candidate to use (identifiable appearance by voice or picture) its facilities, it must afford "equal opportunities" to all other legally qualified candidates for that office to use its facilities. The cable system may not censor the content of the candidate's material in any way, and many not discriminate between candidates in practices, regulations, facilities or services rendered pursuant to the equal opportunities rules. Candidates must submit requests for equal opportunities to the cable system within one week after a rival candidate's first use of the cable system. If the person was not a legally qualified candidate at the time of the rival's first use, he or she may submit a request within one week of the rival's next use of the cable system after he or she becomes a legally qualified candidate. Q: Does a legally qualified candidate's appearance on a newscast trigger the equal opportunities rule? . A: No. Candidate appearances which are exempt from the rules include appearances on a bona fide newscast, bona fide news interview, bona fide news documentary, or on-the-spot coverage of a bona fide news event. Q: How much can a cable system charge political candidates for advertising? A: Cable television systems may charge political candidates only the "lowest unit charge of the station" for the same class and amount of time for the same period, during the 45 days preceding a primary or runoff election and the 60 days preceding a general or special election. Candidates should be charged no more per unit than the system charges its most favored commercial advertisers for the same classes and amounts of time for the same periods. Information concerning the rates, terms, conditions and all discounts and privileges offered to commercial advertisers should be disclosed and made available to candidates. 101'5 '-/.])// 10112/98 11:43 AM FCC Fact Sheet on Cable Program Content Regulations http://www.fcc.gov/Bureaus/Cable/WWW/facts/program.html Q: What is the "Fairness Doctrine"? \ A: This doctrine requires a cable television system operator engaging in origination cablecasting to afford reasonable opportunity for the discussion of conflicting views on controversial issues of public importance. Although this requirement still appears in the Commission's rules, it is no longer enforced as a consequence of a Commission proceeding and a federal court's decision in Syracuse Peace Council v. FCC, 867 F. 2d 654 (D.C. Cir. 1989). Q: What can a person do if he or she is attacked personally on a cablecast? A: The personal attack rule applies when "an attack is made upon the honesty, character, integrity, or like personal qualities of an identified person or group" during origination cablecasting concerning controversial issues of public importance. A cable system must give the following to the person or group attacked within one week: (1) notification and identification of the cablecast; (2) a script, tape or accurate summary of the attack; and (3) an offer of a reasonable opportunity to respond over the cable facilities. Q: What personal attacks are exempted? A: The rule exempts the following: (I) attacks by political candidates and their associates on other candidates and their associates including attacks that occur during "uses" by candidates; (2) attacks made during bona fide newscasts, bona fide news interviews, and on-the-spot coverage of bona fide news events; and (3) attacks on foreign groups or foreign public figures. Q: Can a cable system endorse or oppose a political candidate in an editorial? A: Yes, as long as it complies with the political editorial rule. The rule requires the cable system to give to the opposing candidates not endorsed or the candidate opposed the following within 24 hours of a political editorial: (I) notification and identification of the editorial; (2) a script or tape of the editorial, and (3) an offer of a reasonable opportunity for the candidate or his or her spokesman to respond over the cable facilities. Where an editorial is cablecast within 72 hours prior to election day, the cable system is obliged to give notice and an opportunity to respond sufficiently far in advance to enable the candidate opposed or not endorsed a reasonable opportunity to prepare a response and to present it in a timely fashion. Q: Can a cable system carry advertisements for lotteries? A: Cable systems are generally prohibited from transmitting information or advertisements concerning lotteries or other schemes offering prizes dependent upon chance in exchange for consideration. The lottery rule exempts information about a state lottery cablecast by a system located in that state or in another state which conducts a state lottery, or by a system which is integrated with a cable system in such a state, if it is technically unable to terminate the transmission to other states. The rule also permits the cablecast of information about a lottery or similar scheme that is not prohibited by the state in which it is conducted and which is (1) conducted by a not-for-profit or governmental organization or (2) conducted by a commercial organization and which is clearly occasional and ancillary to the organization's primary business. Information about gaming conducted pursuant to the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act is also exempt. Q: How can viewers tell when certain cable programming is paid for by a particular person or 2 0£5 4. J)/:L 10/12/98 11:43 AM FCC Fact Sheet on Cable Program Content Regulations http://www.fcc.gov/Bureaus/Cable/WWW/facts/program.htmi group? A: The sponsorship identification rule requires the identification of the sponsor of any cablecasting which is presented in exchange for money, service or "other valuable consideration." All political spots must contain a visual sponsorship identification in letters equal to at least four percent of the screen height and the identification must be on the air for at least four seconds. Where the cablecast advertises commercial products or services, a mention of the corporate or trade name is considered sufficient. Sponsorship identification announcements must also be made before and after certain material if inducements are given to the cable system in exchange for cablecasting the material. Where political or controversial public issue spots are sponsored by a corporation, committee, association or unincorporated group or entity, the system operator must keep a list of the entity's governing officers or directors available for public inspection at the system's local office for a period of two years. Q: How much advertising can a cable system transmit during children's programming? A: Cable operators may transmit no more than 10.5 minutes of commercial matter per hour during children's programming on weekends and no more than 12 minutes of commercial matter per hour on weekdays. These limits were imposed pursuant to the Children's Television Act of 1990, which restricted the amount of commercial matter that both television broadcasters and cable operators may air on programs originally produced and broadcast primarily for children 12 years old and younger. Cable operators are responsible for compliance with the commercial limits on locally originated programming and on cable network programming, but are not responsible for compliance on passively transmitted broadcast stations or on access channels over which the cable operator may not exercise editorial control. Cable systems must also maintain records available for public inspection which document compliance with the rule. \ Q: Can a cable system carry advertisements for cigarettes? A: No. Advertisements for cigarettes, little cigars and smokeless tobacco are prohibited on any medium of electronic communication subject to the jurisdiction of the Federal Communications Commission. Laws against these types of advertising have criminal penalties and are administered by the U. S. Department of Justice rather than by the Commission. Q: Under what conditions may a cable operator exercise editorial control over obscene and indecent material? A: In 1996, the U. S. Supreme Court determined that cable operators may decline to carry indecent programming on leased access channels, but cannot exercise the same control over programming on public access channels. Q: What are access channels? A: There are two types of access channels. One type is known as leased access channels. Leased access channels are required to be provided by cable operators with 36 or more activated channels. These channels are for commercial use by any person or organization not affiliated with the cable operator. The other type is the public, educational, and governmental ("PEG") channel. There is no requirement that a cable operator make PEG channels available. However, the 1984 Act specifically allows fÌanchise authorities, if they so choose, to mandate that an operator provide PEG channels. 3 of5 4- .])'/3 10/12/98 11:43 AM FCC Fact Sheet on Cable Program Content Regulations ( ( 40[5 http://www.fee.gov/Bureaus/Cable/WWW/faets/program.htmi Q: How have obscenity and indecency been defined? A: In 1973, the U S. Supreme Court established the following criteria to determine whether speech is obscene: (1) whether the average person, applying contemporary community standards, would find that the work, taken as a whole, appeals to prurient interest; (2) whether the work depicts or describes in a patently offensive way sexual conduct specifically defined by applicable state law; and (3) whether the work, taken as a whole, lacks serious literary, artistic, political, or scientific value. In 1978, the Court stated that whether the work could be deemed "patently offensive" would depend on context, degree and time of broadcast. The Commission's generic definition of "indecency" is one that applies to language that describes, in terms patently offensive as measured by contemporary community standards for the broadcast medium, sexual or excretory activities and organs. Q: Are there provisions in federal law which penalize the showing of obscene material on cable channels? A: Yes. Both 47 US.C. §559 and 18 US.C. § 1468(a) respectively bar the transmission of obscene material over a cable system and the knowing utterance or distribution of obscene matter by means of a cable television system or subscription service. Q: Is there a way for a parent to know whether a television program contains objectionable content and to prevent such a program from being viewed? A: Yes. The Telecommunications Act of 1996 ("1996 Act") contains provisions designed to provide parents increased control with respect to the viewing of television programs. One such provision requires the broadcast and cable television industries to develop, within one year after enactment of the 1996 Act, voluntary rules to rate programming that contains violence and sexual or other indecent material. The 1996 Act also requires that television receivers manufactured or imported for use in the United states be equipped with circuitry that is capable of identifying all programs with a common rating and blocking individual channels during selected time periods. This is the circuitry commonly referred to as the "V-chip." This requirement would apply to all television sets with at least a 13-inch screen and the Commission is required to consult with television manufacturers to determine when this requirement should take effect. Q: What rules, if any, apply to sexually explicit programming? A: Section 505 of the 1996 Act states that cable operators, or other multichannel video programming distributors who offer sexually explicit adult video programming or other programming that is indecent on any channel(s) primarily dedicated to sexually-oriented programming, must fully scramble or block both the audio and video portions of the channels so that someone who does not subscribe to the channel does not receive it. Until a multichannel video programming distributor complies with this provision, the distributor cannot provide the programming during hours ofthe day when a significant number of children are likely to view it. Q: What does "fully scramble or block" mean? A: The 1996 Act states that "fully scramble or block" means to rearrange the content of the signal of the L/.- , J) Ii(- 10/12/98 1:43 AM MEETING DATE: December 15, 1998 .----r- ITEM# ~-LI' ((-~) ..................................................................................................................,...................................................."""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""" ............. CITY OF FEDERAL WAY City Council AGENDA ITEM SUBJECT: Sister City / Approval to Negotiate with Tonghae ...........................................,.....................................................,.....................".........-..................................................................... ............................................ 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) FEDRAC Committee Report. 2) Map of Korea showing the location ofTonghae. 3) Table summarizing ...?-: ~~.~~~. ~~~. ~!,-j~:.. .~!. .~~~ry,. .?f Y..~.~~.~~~..Y'!.. ~ Y.: ~. ~.i.~.~~.~. ~ ~o/ .~~~~~.~?~. ??.~~~Y.:............................... ................... ................................ ................... SUMMARY /BACKGROUND: At their October 14, 1998 meeting, members of the Federal Way Sister City Association voted unanimously to recommend that the City Council pursue a sister city relationship with the city ofTonghae, Kangwon Province, Korea. Staff is seeking authorization from the City Council to enter into more formal discussions with Tonghae that will lead to the drafting of a sister city affiliation agreement between the two cities. Once complete, this agreement would be brought before the ...ç.?~~!~.X~~..~1?~.~.~P.P.~?Y.!'-.~:................................ ................. ........... ..... .....,....... ...................... ....................................................... ................................. ....... CITY COUNCIL COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: Authorize the City Manager to negotiate a sister city affiliation agreement with the city of Tonghae, Korea, and direct that the agreement be brought back to the City Council for final ...I:IP.P.!'.?Y.~~:.................................................................................................................................................................................... ............................................. ~~~~~ ~ ~ ~~~ ~~~~~ ~~ ~ ~I ~ ~ :~PP:: ~=' = '~=:~~~~~2"jÙ ~#"" mm APPROVED FOR INCLUSION IN COUNCIL PACKET: \. I~r-v (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: APPROVED DENIED TABLEDIDEFERRED/NO ACTION COUNCIL BILL # 1st Reading Enactment Reading ORDINANCE # RESOLUTION # I: \agenda. bi! I MEMORANDUM DATE: December 8, 1998 TO: Finance, Economic Development and Regional Affairs Committee FROM: Derek Matheson, Assistant to the City Manag4V- . SUBJECT: Tonghae, Korea, Sister City Affiliation At their October 14, 1998 meeting, members of the Federal Way Sister City Association voted unanimously to recommend that the City Council pursue a sister city relationship with the city of Tonghae, Kangwon Province, Korea. Staffis seeking authorization ITom the City Council to enter into more formal discussions with Tonghae that will lead to the drafting of a sister city affiliation agreement between the two cities. Once complete, this agreement would be brought before the Council for final approval. Background In August, the Deputy Mayor, City Manager, and Assistant to the City Manager visited three potential sister cities in Korea: Tonghae, on the east coast; Paju, immediately northwest of Seoul; and Sungnam, immediately east of Seoul. Sungnam was quickly dropped from consideration due to its disproportionately large population (nearly 1,000,000). The Deputy Mayor presented information on the two remaining cities to the Korean-American Community Leaders group and the Federal Way Sister City Association. The Korean-American leaders endorsed both Tonghae and Paju as good sister cities and asked the Sister City Association to make the selection. The Sister City Association chose Tonghae for. its similarity in population to Federal Way, strong interest in Federal Way, port city status, and similarity to Hachinohe (both cities being non-metropolitan, Pacific coast, rapidly developing port cities). T onghae is a city of 103,000 located on the eastern coast of South Korea, with two industrial harbors handling 14 million tons of cargo per year. Its major industries are tourism, fishing, and manufacturing of cement and alloy metals. It is also the home port for a new tourist cruise line from South Korea to North Korea. It is actively seeking an American sister city with the assistance ofthe Korea Local Authorities Foundation, a national-level organization that assists Korean cities with international relations activities. 4- E! Attachments 1. Map of Korea showing the location of Tonghae 2. Table summarizing Tonghae and Paju 3. Summary of Federal Way's Sister City Affiliation Policy (Council Resolution #95-197) Recommended Action Authorize the City Manager to negotiate a sister city affiliation agreement with the city ofTonghae, Korea, and direct that the agreement be brought back to the City Council for final approval. APPROVAL OF COMMITTEE REPORT: ~u'~ Mary ¿Jes,. Chair {;~~~ B~;:~~:. ~£ ~ . - 2 Entire Korea Map " \, Korea Map I of 1 China ftM~,' t;;~:¡:i,'. ,;:..:,',,:, ",;"";", ,: " '.' . ",' , ' ,.,'. ;. , ,", ,.:',.:",.;:(.; . .;::';"'\¡;!¡i:j:/';<:~:i:,~;i:::::('~.:;.;!~\:':::;;:r{ti} . '.' ", '. .' .. ...i.j:.;? :J<umhrlg:,/.::,.... "":'>'" '. :, ,..;. ;>:..;):x+¡~\¡~~'~:;,,:;;i ;.:¿¡¡~~~;:1~;\:;::,:,::;\,j~j: . 4.£;.3 http://www,dongguk.ac.kr/Map/entíreMap.html p~i\;\ í 0 t'\1l't,~ f. 11/30/98 II :00 AM ,,- f- fì1 ~ Potential Sister Cities in Korea Cultural! City Population Location Land Area Industry Ports Recreation Natural Other Amenities Amenities Paju 180,000 Kyonggi 682 kID. sq. Agriculture, Very close to Leisure resorts, Mountains and Will be a very Province, (Larger than emerging lnchon and amusements river valleys important city when northwest of Seoul.) (FW is industry and Kimpo Airport. parks, golf; reunification occurs Seoul; borders 34 kID. sq.) high festival in ami stice line technology; part October of Seoul regional economy. Tonghae 103,000 Kangwon 180 kID. sq. Tourism, Two industrial Resorts; festival Valleys, Cruise line to North Province, on (FW is 34 kID. fishing, cement, harbors, 14 in October beaches, caves; Korea beginning in East Sea, 45 sq.) alloy metals million tons of strong outdoor September, new rail mins. south of cargo per year. recreation line planned from Kangnung 45 mins. tram Seoul to Tonghae Airport Kangnung Airport. Poryong City, Chungchongnam 122,089 Seeking a sister city with a diverse economy Province Changsoo County, 30,654 Mostly agricultural economy; seeks relationship with "cities that have clean environments". Chollabuk Province Kumi, Kyungsangbuk 103,072 Large electronics economy; seeks a city of similar population Province Yusoung District, 136,866 Science apd technology industries Taejon City \ l. '\ 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Sister City Affiliation Policy (Res. #95-197) Summary Prepared 11/30/98 Objectives An affiliation must meet all the following objectives: l. 2. 3. 4. To provide for increased awareness of, and sensitivity to, cultural diversity; To increase citizens' opportunities for social, cultural, and educational enrichment; To enhance citizens' economic well-being by developing opportunities for trade and tourism; To share expertise in solving municipal problems. Selection Criteria An affiliation must meet most or all of the following criteria: Strong community support for the sister city relationship, including the existence of an organization able to work closely with the City; Similarity to the City of Federal Way in terms of size, geographic, or demographic characteristics, historical development, or proximity to a major urban center; A strong educational system, or a demonstrated commitment to serving the education needs of its citizens; Humanitarian concerns, shared by the people of Federal Way, for the health and well-being of all individuals and families; An interest in sharing views and information on issues of governance and citizen participation in government; An interest in developing business and economic ties in Federal Way, including connections with the ports of Seattle or Tacoma; A national political climate consistent with the interests of the United States. 4-,£.5 MEETING DATE: December 15, 1998 ~ ITEM# --' ,\,1 (1,1 I. """""""""""""'.....................................................................".........""'.-.........,......................-..-............................".................................... .....................,....... CITY OF FEDERAL WAY City Council AGENDA ITEM . ß!!. ~ ~¥. .ç,'!. :.. ..... .!.~ ~ ~ fr...!!:.f!. ~!~.. Q':. 4Æ ~ ~ ~ ~.~.1 ~.~ ~ 4.~~~! ß ~.q ~ ~!~L ~ Y... W. q, ~':. ~ ~~ ~ ~.t!.':.... ........ ..........."........... .. .. ...... ............,..... .. CA TEGORY: BUDGET IMPACT: X CONSENT ORDINANCE BUSINESS HEARING FYI RESOLUTION STAFF REPORT PROCLAMA TION STUDY SESSION OTHER Amount Budgeted: $ Expenditure Amt: $ Contingency Reqd: $ ........................................................................."......................................-......"............................................................................... ............................................ A TTACHMENTS: Memorandum to the November 23rd, 1998 Land Use and Transportation Committee August 21, 1998 and October 5, 1998 letters from Weyerhaeuser ........... """""""""""""""""'" ..". ç.~~Y...~L~.~~~.~.~!..~ ~Y.. T~~.~..~g.':l.~ ~..9.E~~~.~~.~~J..~.!.~}g.~..... .....",... ......"...... ................. ................ ......"..... SUMMARYIBACKGROUND: Attached are two letters from the Weyerhaeuser Corporation requesting Truck Route Ordinance, 91-103 (attached) be revised to restrict trucks from driving through the East Campus area. The Truck Route Ordinance was drafted in 1991 due to complaints from citizens regarding bulk haulers and container trucks using S/SW 356th Street to bypass the weigh station on Pacific Highway South on their way to and from the Port of Tacoma. The Ordinance prohibits vehicles in excess of 30,000 pounds gross weight from driving through the City other than on the following designated routes: State Routes 5, 18, 99, 161, and 509 South 320th Street (1-5 to SR99) 16th Avenue South (SR99 to SR 18) Vehicles rated in excess of 30,000 pounds gross weight are not subject to this restriction when making less than ten (10) local deliveries per day to the same destination. Local deliveries are defined as deliveries with destinations or origins within the City limits. When making more than ten local deliveries per day to the same destination, the vehicles are subject to restrictions and routes determined by the Public Works Director. Therefore, the Ordinance as written allows vehicles rated in excess of 30,000 pounds to use the roads in the Weyerhaeuser East Campus area, provided the trips have destinations or origins within the City limits and the number of trips per vehicle are fewer than ten. """"""""""""""""""""'.........................................................,,................................................................................"...................................... ......."................ """"""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""",,"""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""'""""""""""""""""""""""""""""" 1997 traffic data from Transpo, Weyerhaeuser's traffic consultant, showed peak hour truck and bus counts of 3 %. Daily totals for truck and bus counts on South 336th Street east of Highway 99 were 281; Weyerhaeuser Way South of South 336th Street were 373; and Weyerhaeuser Way to the north of SOL. 336th Street were 215. If trucks were prohibited from using streets in East Campus they would be forceö ...~g..~~~.. ~~~.~~}~~ ~.~ß ~E.~~ ~ ..~~ ..g~~..~~}~.~.. ~~.~ßg).~:...... ..................,......... ..................... """" ................. ............ """"""""" .................... CITY COUNCIL COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: At its November 23rd, 1998 meeting, the Land Use and Transportation Committee recommended not making any revisions to the current Truck Ordinance, since the percentage of trucks in the Weyerhaeuser area is similar to other areas within the City. However, should circumstances change in the future, such as a percentage increase in the number of trucks or ...~.~~.~~~:'!.~.~.!..~~.~ ..~~.~.~ ~ .~~:'!. ..~.~. E~~~.~.~ ~~~:.... ...... ........ ......... .......................................... .... .................................... .......... ........,.....,.... """"""""""" CITY MANAGER RECOMMENDATION: ~~ (~\NV1..,íL.,,'L¿~~~~"';.~l'~ tz",-v.. m,m"""m " "" ""m_"""m_mmmmmm_"""m_mm ,-"""m_mmm- " " m"""I)';m"""m_~"Ù_i~,('¿m" " " " " "m"m"""m APPROVED FOR INCLUSION IN COUNCIL PACKET: <ilJJ (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: APPROVED DENIED TABLEDIDEFERRED/NO ACTION COUNCIL BILL # 1st Reading Enactment Reading ORDINANCE # RESOLUTION # K\COUNCIL\AGDBILLS\1998\ TRKRTORD CC " CITY OF .. - ~-: EI:J~ ~~ FÐ-' DATE: November 19, 1998 TO: Phil Watkins, Chair Land UselTransportation Committee FROM: Ken Miller, Street Systems Manager SUBJECT: Truck Route Ordinance Amendment Request by Weyerhaeuser BACKGROUND Attached are two letters from the Weyerhaeuser Company requesting the Truck Route Ordinance (attached 91-103) be revised to restrict trucks from driving through the East Campus area. The truck route ordinance was drafted in 1991 due to complaints from citizens regarding "Bulk Haulers" and container trucks using S/SW 356th Street to bypass the weigh station on Pacific Highway South on their way to and from the Port of Tacoma. The ordinance prohibits vehicles in excess of 30,000 pounds gross weight from driving through the City other than on the following designated routes: State Route 5 State Route 18 State Route 99 State Route 161 State Route 509 South 320th Street (1-5 to SR99) 16th Avenue South (SR99 to SRI8) Vehicles rated in excess of 30,000 pounds gross weight are not subject to this restriction when making less than ten "local deliveries" per day to the same destination. "Local Deliveries" are defined as deliveries with destinations or origins within the City limits. When making more than ten local deli veries per day to the same destination the vehicles are subject to restrictions and routes determined by the Public Works Director. Therefore, the ordinance as written allows vehicles rated in excess of 30,000 pounds to use the roads in the Weyerhaeuser East Campus provided the trips have destinations or origins within the City limits and the number of trips per vehicle are fewer than ten. The following table briefly describes truck route ordinances for other cities in King County. CITIES WITH TRUCK ROUTE ORDINANCES Auburn Same as Federal Way, 30,000 GVW restriction and local deliveries less than 10 per day except on designated truck routes Bellevue 32,000 GVW restriction except on designated routes, other arterials shall be used when there is no alternative. Any departure for delivery from these designated routes shall use the shortest and most direct route for delivery Redmond 32,000 GVW restriction except on designated routes, unless traveling to or from a destination within Y2 mile of the City limits Renton 26,000 GVW restriction except on designated truck routes. Trucks making deliveries off the designated route shall take the most direct arterial route Tacoma, Tukwila, Kent, Des Moines, and SeaTac responded to the survey that they had no truck route ordinance. 1997 traffic data from Transpo, Weyerhaeuser' s traffic consultant, showed peak hour truck and bus counts of 3%. Daily totals for truck and bus counts on South 336th Street east of Highway 99 were 281, Weyerhaeuser Way South of South 336th Street were 373, and Weyerhaeuser Way to the north of South 336th Street was 215. If trucks were prohibited from using streets in East Campus they would be forced to use South 348th Street to get to 1-5 and SR 18. We are currently perfonning a vehicle classification survey on Weyerhaeuser Way and South 336th Street and the results will be presented at the November 23, 1998 LUTC meeting. However, the current ordinance and any amendment would require enforcement by the Police to be effective in prohibiting trucks. RECOMMENDA nON Staff is requesting direction on how the Committee would like to proceed with this request. cc: project file day file K:\LUTC\ I 998\TRKRTORD.MEM ;}-.. ""'" -~- .' Ä. ~yerhae ~ ~liY ~i~ 'I¥ Corporate Hoadquõ!rtors Tacoma WA 98477-0001 Tol (2061924 234S ~'EDERAL WAY PUBLIC WGRKF ADMINIS'fRATION DMS1m~ Cary Roe, PE. Director of Public Works City of Federal Way 33530 First Way South Federal Way, WA 98003 RE: City of Federa1 Way Truck Route Ordinance .-. . . . Dear Cary: My purpose in writing is to request that the City ofFcderal Way Council consider Weyerbaeuscr Company's proposal that the existing tnJ<:k route ordinance (91-103) be amended or eliminated as it applies to the roadways and streets traversing Weyerbaeuser's Campus. It is Weycrhaeuscr's desire that heavy truck traffic (in excess of 30,000 pounds gross weight) be restricted from the aforementioned roadways. Specifically, South 33S1' Street fíom Interstate 5 eastward to its intersection with Weyerbacuser Way and Weyerhaeuser Way from its intersection with South 320cb Street southward to the Wcyerhaeuser Campus southern boundary. As I wrote in my letter of August 21, 1998, Weyerhaeuscc Company has the safety of its employees and visitors as one of its utmost priorities. The ever-increasing volume of heavy truck traffic utilizing the roadways on Weyerhaeuser Campus is in Weyerlta.cuser Company's opinion jeopardizing the safety of employees and visitors alike. As you may be aware, there is significant pedestrian traffic during most daylight hours. The makeup of such traffic is Weyerhaeuser employees, invited guests and general public. The Campus is utilized by many as the site ofrecreational activities. Oft times recreational activity on weekends exceeds weekday use. Unfortunately, while heavy truck traffic is decreased on weekends it is not completely stopped. The configuration and alignment of the roadways bas created minimal sight distances and consequently reduced stopping distances. Traffic studies conducted earlier this year indicate the average speed of vernculartraffic exceeds posted speed limits. A concerted effort by the City's PoHce Department this spring and summer has achieved significant results in reducing speeders. Each of the aforementioned factors singularly and collectively; significant foot traffic, minimal sight distances, excessive speeds and heavy weight vehicles with increased stopping distances, contribute to an unsafe condition. Unrelated to safety, but of significant mutual importance to Weyerhaeuser and the City, is the degradation of the roadway surface and roadbed as a result of the excessive vehicle weight. The roadways were not originally constructed to accommodate heavy truck traffic. The replacement of deteriorated roadway earlier this summer is evidence of such degradation. ,.....' August21,1998 top-- ~ T~a.~a~glon 98411 CJ II~ T. (206 '14 ".. ¡J./ It ih RFC~n ~.~I! ~g2b . ,f À . Weyerhaeuser Mr. Cary Roe, PE, Director of Public Works City of Federal Way 33530 First Way So Federal Way, VIA 98003 RE: City of Federal Way Truck Route Ordinance FEDERM.. WA'C{ PUBUC WORKS AiJf)!\~rNl"(~ ' R ".'f'rCfr.T r}.~' T~!("',\r P üJ rn;¡; it i4fÙ .-- --'---DeSl'f'~:-....__._--_. ,.,--", . ---" '.' .---.. .-.. -.- "-.. "-~-"'-" ------- .. - ,_on Thank you for the recent transmittal of the referenced ordinance. As [ conveyed when we met last. the safety of Weyerhaeuser employees and visitors to the East Campus is of the utmost importance. In that regard. Weyerbaeuser believes one way to enhance its goal of a safe environment is to take action to mitigate the ever increasing volume of heavy truck traffic. Consequently, it is Weyerhaeuser's desire to restrict truck (in excess of 30,000 pounds gross weight) traffic on its East Campus. That is, S 33~ Street from Interstate 5 eastward to its intersection with Weyerhaeuser Way- Additionally, Weyerbaeuser Way at its intersection with S 320110 southward to the Campus southern boundary. Local deliveries to Weyerhaeuser's East Campus tàcilities will be the exception. It is apparent that the existing ordinance (91-103) will not accommodate such restriction. I am requesting that the next step in the process to modify or replace the ordinance be initiated. Please advise as to what additional infonnation you may require or how I may be of assistance in expediting the process. Thank you, for your efforts thus far. I am looking forward to hearing from you. Edward E. Reed Region Facilities Manger Cc: Judd Haverfield Susan Heikkala Steve Lewis Bill Stivers \ '" ORDINANCE NO. 91-103 ) AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON WHICH RESTRICTS ALL VEHICLES RATED IN EXCESS OF 30,000 POUNDS'GROSS WEIGHT TO DESIGNATED VEHICLE ROUTES EXCEPT FOR LOCAL DELIVERIES A ND PROVIDES AUTHORITY TO THE PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTOR TO RESTRICT VEHICLES MAKING LOCAL DELIVERIES NUMBERING TEN OR MORE TRIPS PER DAY UNDER CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES TO DESIGNATED ROUTES. WHEREAS, the Federal Way City Council finds that this ordinance is in the interest of the public health, safety and welfare; NOW, THEREFORE, The City Council of the City of Federal Way, Washington does hereby ordain as follows: Section 1 - Purpose. The purpose of this ordinance is to restrict all vehicles rated in excess of 30,000 pounds gross weight as defined by RCW 46.16.111 to designated truck routes except for those vehicles making local deliveries, and to provide authority to we Public Works Director to restrict such vehicles making local deliveries numbering ten or more trips per day to the same destination under certain circumstances to designated routes. 'J Section 2 - Street Use Restriction Chapter Adopted. A new Federal Way City Code, Chapter 10.28, entitled "Street Use Restrictions" is hereby adopted as foHows: j Chapter 10.28 " STREET USE RESTRICTION Sections: 10.28.010 10.28.020 10.28.030 10.2~.O40 10.28.050 Authority of Public Works Director - Limitations Signing Designated Vehicle Routes - Limitation Applies to Weight Rate, Not ActUal Load Viola'tion - Penalty 10.28.010 Authority of Public Works Diredor - Limitations A. Authority The Public Works DirectOr has the following authority, with respect to public highways, streets and thoroughfares, under Federal Way's jurisdiction, subject to the limitation described in paragraph B of this section: (I) to prohibit the operation thereon of trucks or other vehicles; (2) to impose limitS as to weightS; (3) to determine haul routes for local trips; (4) to impose any other restrictions as may be deeme-d necessary, in the judgment of we Public Works Director, which restriction may be imposed on school buses, public transit a;;d emergency vehicles, except under emt'.rgency response conditions, in addition to trucks and other vehicles, . )- '\ COpy "r ) ) ) 10.28.040 Limitation Applies to Weight Rate, Not Actual Load All route limitations shall apply to vehic:le.s based upon the vehicle's weight rate designation, regardless of the actual vehicle weight or load in any given trip, or at any given time. 10.28.050 Violation - Penally A violation of this chapter shall be a traffic infraction with a maximum penalty of a fine in the amount of Two Hundred Fifty Dollars ($250.00). Any person charged with this infraction may post bail in this amount, which may be forfeited. In the event any person shall fail to respond to a notice of infraction issued pursuant to this ordinance, the local court shall impose an additional monetary penalty of Twenty Five Dollars ($25.00), pursuant to RCW 46.63.110(3). Section 3 - Publication. A summary of this ordinance shall be published as required by law, however, pursuant to the provisions of RCW 35.12.140, the aforementioned RCW Section 46.61.111, adopted by reference, need not be published but shall be authenticated and recorded with the Federal Way City Clerk. Not less than one copy of such statute in the form in which it was adopted shall be filed in the office of the Federal Way City Clerk for use and examination by the public. .Section 4 - Severability. If any section, subsection, clause or phrase of the sections herein are for any reason held to be invalid or unconstitutional, such invalidity or unconstitutionality shall not affe~t the validity or constitutionality of the remaining portions of the chapter, it is hereby expressly declared that the sections herein, and each subsection, sentence, clause 2nd phrase hereof, wo~ld have . .' been prepared, proposed, adopted and approved and ratified irrespective of the fact that anyone or more section, subsection, sentence, clause or phrase be declared invalid or unconstitutional. Section 5 - Administration. The City Manager is hereby authorized to implement such administrative procedures as m~y be necessary to carry ~ut the directions of this legislation. Section 6 - Effective Date. This c:>rdinance shan be effective five days after passage and publication of an approved summary consisting of IDe title hereto. ) ) CITY OF FEDERAL WAY PJjJ~A ~ f!þ/ MA YOR, DEBRA ERTEL ,CMC .. ) I ') FILED WITH CITY CLERK: May 29. 1991 PASSED BY CITY COUNCIL: June 18. 1991 PUBLISHED: June 21> 1991 EFFECTIVE DATE: June 26.' 1991 ORDINANCE NO. 91-103 ') ) '¡ MEETING DATE: December 15,1998 ITEM# -~(~-) , ../ ......'.............,.................................""""""'.......................................,."""""""""""""""""""""""""""..............................,....................................... ..................,........ CITY OF FEDERAL WAY City Council AGENDA ITEM SUBJECT: Café Pacific Contract Amendment """"........................................,.........................................................,........................................................,...........................,........... .................""""""""""""""""""" CATEGORY: BUDGET IMPACT: X CONSENT ORDINANCE BUSINESS HEARING FYI RESOLUTION ST AFF REPORT PROCLAMATION STUDY SESSION OTHER Amount Budgeted: $ Expenditure Amt: $ Contingency Reqd: $ ..................................................,........................................................,........................................................""""""""""""",,"""""""""""""""..... .......................,........ . . .~ I.I.~ ç ~. ~ ~ N.T~. ;.. .. ..ç~ .':l.!l. ~ ~LÇ~.~~. ~ ~~.~ ~ . ~ ~.~~g~J ~ ~.ß~.~ ~4. .P. .I?~. ~~.Þ. ~~.}.~ } .? 2.? j.. .4!~f~.. f. ~~~ ~. ~ ~.~.4.~ ~~ ~. . . . ... .. .. . SUMMARY/BACKGROUND: Café Pacific Catering is under contract with the City to provide catering services at Dumas Bay Centre. The company, owned by John Hatcher, leases the kitchen area from the City. The City collects the fees for food services from the rental groups and pays Café Pacific following the event. The City retains 15% of the gross revenue. The total amount paid to Café Pacific annually is detennined by the quantity of food services ordered by user groups. The original contract for services is in effect from January 1,1997 through December 31,1998. The First Amendment would extend the tenn through December 31, 2000. Café Pacific has requested a rate change, which would be in effect on ...Æ~!l..':l..':l.ry..~.?..~.~~~:............................."""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""".....................................................,.............,........ CITY COUNCIL COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: On December 8, the Finance/Economic Development and Regional Affairs Council Committee passed a motion to approve the First Amendment ... .~~ ..~þ~.Ç~f~..~~~~.~.~..~~~.I?~~!l..8..~g.~.~~~.~~:....................... ...................... ..,....................... ...................,.. ...........,. ......... """"""""'flj":""""" .....:. "',"" .... ... .ç.r~Y. .M.A.~.~ 9..~.g. ~ .ç.Q ~.M.~ N.~.~!.~ 9..N~.. A. pp E~ Y..':l.~.. ~ r ~~ ~.~~.~~ ~.~. E~~.~.~!? ~!l..4~~.~ ~!l.:........ J:u.f¥ð¡~ u.{~..... APPROVED FOR INCLUSION IN COUNCIL '1\ ¡.. PACKET: C f1) (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: APPROVED DENIED TABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION COUNCIL BILL # 1st Reading Enactment Reading ORDINANCE # RESOLUTION # . CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL FINANCE/ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND REGIONAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE Date: December 3, 1998 From: Mary Faber, Recreation and Cultural Services Manager Subject: Contract Renewal for Café Pacific Catering Backeround: Café Pacific Catering is under contract with the City to provide catering services at Dumas Bay Centre. The company, owned by John Hatcher, leases the kitchen area from the City. The City collects the fees for food services from the rental group and pays Café Pacific following the event. The City retains 15% of the gross revenue. The total amount paid to Café Pacific annually is determined by the quantity of food services ordered by user groups. The original contract for services is in effect from January I, 1997 through December 31, 1998. Enclosed is a copy of the First Amendment to the contract which would extend the term through December 31,2000. Café Pacific has requested a rate change, which would be in effect on January I, 1999. A copy of the original Contract and the First Amendment are included for your review. Committee Recommendation: Motion to approve the First Amendment to the Café Pacific catering contract. APPROVAL OF COMMITTEE REPORT: 'flÎd-t.i. r ~ Committ e Chair . ~ )fd ?h~ 4.~-i4~ er " 'Committee Membe . G:\CLERK\CMTE.REC 3/11/96 ,:..¡. C I FIRST AMENDMENT TO PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT FOR DUMAS BAY CENTRE CATERING DR AFT This First Amendment ("Amendment") is dated effective this 1st day of January, 1999, and is entered into by and between the City of Federal Way, a Washington municipal corporation ("City"), and Café Pacific Catering, Inc., a Washington corporation ("Contractor") . A. The City and Contractor entered into a Professional Services Agreement dated effective January 1, 1997, whereby Contractor agreed to provide catering services for retreats, meetings or other activities at the Dumas Bay Centre (formerly known as the Visitation Retreat and Cultural Center), located at 3200 S.W. Dash Point Road, Federal Way, Washington ("Agreement"). B. Section 15.2 Modification of the Agreement provided that the Agreement may only be amended by written agreement signed by the parties. C. The City and the Contractor desire to amend the Agreement to continue the Services described in Section 1 of the Agreement by extending the term of the Agreement and increasing the compensation paid to the Contractor. NOW, THEREFORE, the parties agree to the following terms and conditions: 1. Term. Section 2 of the Agreement shall be amended to extend the term of the Agreement until December 31, 2000. 2. Compensation. In consideration of Contractor continuing to provide the overnight retreat Services as described in Section 1 of the Agreement, the City agrees to pay the Contractor an amount equal to the amount collected by the City for food services delivered by the Contractor, exclusive of state sales tax, calculated on the cost schedule set forth in Exhibit "A" of the original agreement. In consideration of the Contractor performing all other Services, the City agrees to pay the Contractor an amount equal to eighty-five percent (85%) of the gross revenue collected by sale of all food and beverage at the Centre provided by Contractor. 3. Full Force and Effect. All other terms and conditions of the Agreement not modified by this Amendment shall remain in full force and effect. DATED the effective date set forth above. CITY OF FEDERAL WAY By: Kenneth E. Nyberg Its City Manager 33530 1st Way South Federal Way, Washington 98003 ATTEST: City Clerk, N. Christine Green, CMC APPROVED AS TO FORM: " City Attorney, Londi K. Lindell CAFÉ PACIFIC CATERING, INC. By: John Hatcher Its: President P.O. Box 23477 Federal Way, WA 98093 A:Cafepae.1st 12/3/98 (sef/Parks) - 2 - CAFÉ PACIFIC CATERING VRCC Proposal for Food Services October 27, 1998 RETREAT & NON RETREAT CATERING MENU CHOICES ALL quoted prices are RETAIL (what Visitation will charge the customer) Breakfast - Retreat (per person) $6.75 / Non retreat (per person) $6.75: A) Coffee, Tea, Orange Juice, Fresh Fruit Salad, Whole Bananas, Bagels with Regular & Non Fat Cream Cheeses, Assorted Muffins or Breakfast Breads, Granola, Assorted Cold Cereals with Skim & 2% Milks, Instant Oatmeal and Flavored Yogurt Assortment. B) Coffee, Tea, Orange Juice, Fresh Fruit Salad, Flavored Yogurt Assortment, French Toast with Maple Syrup, Breakfast Sausage, Bagels with Regular & Non Fat Cream Cheeses. C) Coffee, Tea, Orange Juice, Fresh Fruit Salad, Scrambled Eggs with sides of Black Olives, Green Onions, Cheddar Cheese and Salsa, Hash Browns, Bacon and Bagels with Regular & Non Fat Cream Cheeses. D) Coffee, Tea, Orange Juice, Fresh Fruit Salad, Old Fashioned Hot Oatmeal with sides of Honey, Brown Sugar and Cinnamon, Flavored Yogurt Assortment, Cold Cereal Assortment with Skim & Non Fat Milks, Granola, Muffins or Breakfast Breads and Bagels with Regular & Non Fat Cream Cheeses. Lunch - Retreat (per person) $8.00 / Non retreat (per person) $8.00: A) Turkey and Veggie (Hummas, Avocado, Cucumbers and Bean Sprouts) Tortilla Rolls, Mexican Bean Salad (Red Beans, Corn, Green Onions, Lime Vinaigrette), Caesar Salad, Potato Salad, Orange Wedges, Dill Pickle Spears, Fresh Baked Cookie Assortment, Soda Pop Assortment, Lemonade and Iced Water. B) Chili or Clam Chowder, Tossed Green Salad with Dressing Assortment, Sourdough Bread and Rolls with Butter and Margarine, Crackers, Orange Wedges, Dill Pickle Spears, Fresh Baked Pecan Brownies, Soda Pop Assortment, Lemonade and Iced Water. C) Chicken Salad (Chicken, Apple, Walnut, Mayonnaise and Spice) and Veggie Salad on a Croissant, Potato Salad, Cole Slaw, Lo-cal Pasta Salad, Chip Assortment, Orange Wedges, Dill Pickle Spears, Fresh Baked Cookie Assortment, Soda Pop Assortment, Lemonade and Iced Water. D) Grilled Cheese and Tomato Sandwiches, Broccoli or Chicken Noodle or Split Pea Soup, Mexican Bean Salad, Caesar Salad, Lo-cal Pasta Salad, Crackers, Orange Wedges, Dill Pickle Spears, Fresh Baked Pecan Brownies, Soda Pop Assortment, Lemonade and Iced Water. Dinner - Retreat (per person) $12.50 / Non retreat (per person) $12.50: A) Baked Arctic Cod or Garden Patty with Aioli, Tartar and Cocktail Sauces, Rice Pilaf, Steamed Vegetable Medley, Caesar Salad, Carrot Sticks with Ranch Dip, Rolfs with Butter and Margarine, Whole Fruit, Chocolate Mousse Cake, Decaf. Coffee, Soda Pop Assortment, Apple Juice or Iced Tea and Iced Water. B) Baked Breast of Chicken or Egg Plant with Artichoke Sauce, Seasoned Rice, Steamed Vegetables, Garden Salad with Dressing Assortment, Rolls with Butter and Margarine, Whole Fruit, Fresh Baked Apple Pie, Decaf. Coffee, Soda Pop Assortment, Apple Juice or Iced Tea and Iced Water. C) Meat and Vegetarian Lasagnas, Green Leaf Salad with Italian Dressing and Croutons, Fresh Baked Bread Sticks with Butter and Margarine, Carrot Sticks with Ranch Dip, Whole Fruit, Cheese Cake, Decaf. Coffee, Soda Pop Assortment, Apple Juice or Iced Tea and Iced Water. D) Pasta Bar to include Penne and Fettuccini Pastas, Marinara & Chicken Herb Sauces, sides of Black Olives, Green Onion, Meat Balls, Mushrooms, Parmesan Cheese and Steamed Vegetables, Caesar Salad with Croutons, Garlic Bread, Whole Fruit, Peach Pie, Decaf. Coffee, Soda Pop Assortment, Lemonade and Iced Water. E) Cashew Stir Fry, Almond Chicken, Yaki Soba, Steamed Rice, Oriental Vegetables, Whole Fruit, Chocolate Mousse Cake, Decaf. Coffee, Soda Pop Assortment, Lemonade and Iced Water. CAFÉ PACIFIC CATERING VRCC Proposal for Food Services October 27, 1998 " RETREAT & NON RETREAT CATERING MENU CHOICES AND PRICES (continued) ALL quoted prices are RETAIL (what Visitation will charge the customer) Snack Breaks: A) ICE CREAM BREAK: Assorted Ice Cream and Flavored Ice Bars and Fresh Baked Cookie Assortment - $3.75 pp. B) HEALTHY BREAK: Granola Bars, Flavored Yogurt Assortment, Raisins, Fresh Fruit, Seltzer Waters and Juice - $3.95 pp. C) SNACK BREAK: Fresh Baked Cookie Assortment, Chips, Whole Fruit, Nuts, Soda Pop Assortment and Seltzer Waters - $3.75 pp. Miscellaneous: . COFFEE SERVICE: To include Regular and Decaf. Gourmet Blend Coffees, Herbal Tea Assortment including Decaf Blends, Instant Hot Chocolate, Instant Spiced Cider, Regular Cream & Non Dairy Cream, Sugar & Sugar Substitute (Sweetener), Honey, Cinnamon and Powered Chocolate - All Day (8 am - 4 pm) $1.95 pp, Coffee by the gallon $15.00 per. . SODA SERVICE: To include Cola, Diet Cola, Decaf. Diet Cola, 7-Up or Sprite and Diet 7-Up or Sprite and Root Beer, Ice and Cups - $1.20 per can (billed on a usage basis). . BEVERAGE SERVICE: To include assorted bottled Juices and Seltzer Waters, Ice and Cups - $1.80 per bottle (billed on a usage basis). . WATER SERVICE: Pitchers of Iced Water and Cups provided at no charge to all banquet and meeting room rentals. . Add 20% per person per day for any special meal requests other than vegetarian ($5.00). For non retreat meals 20% per person per meal. . The previous meal choices will be the same for non retreat guests. Prices are per person. Any breakfast $6.75. Any lunch $8.00. Any dinner $12.50. Non retreat guests may choose a custom menu if they are looking for something other than what is offered by consulting directly with John Hatcher of Café Pacific Catering, Inc., in Federal Way, Washington. Telephone (206) 839-7303. Prices quoted accordingly on an individual basis. MEETING DATE: December 15, 1998 ITEM# ~(/~,) """"""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""'"""""""""""""""""".............................................................,......................................... CITY OF FEDERAL WAY City Council AGENDA ITEM SUBJECT: SW 336th Street, from 21st Avenue SWto 26th Place Sw, Street Improvements; Final ................ ....................1. ~E ~p ~'!:.':':E~.. ~'!4..!il!.~,!:!~~g l!...~~!~'!:.~.l!............ ..... .................. ......., ............. ........ ......................." ....... ........... ...................... CATEGORY: BUDGET IMPACT: X CONSENT RESOLUTION ORDINANCE STAFF REPORT BUSINESS PROCLAMA TION HEARING STUDY SESSION FYI OTHER ..._........................................._................... Amount Budgeted: $ Expenditure Amt: $ Contingency Reqd: $ ............................................................................,......................................... A TTACHMENTS: Memorandum to the December 7th, 1998 meeting of the Land Use and Transportation Committee ..........................................................................................",......................................................................................."................... ........................",................ SUMMARYIBACKGROUND: Prior to release of retainage on a Public Works construction project, the City Council must accept the work as complete to meet State Department of Revenue and State Department of Labor and Industries' requirements. The above referenced contract with R.W. Scott Construction, Inc. is complete. The final construction contract amount is $1,890,882.00, which is $186,432.56 below the . .. ~ ? ~ 97.7 .,} ~ ~ :.?~ . 9 ~.~! ~ß ~? K .~~ ~.~ !. ~ g~. ~.~Y. 2.. ~~. ~g ~ ~. . ~.~~ ~.. ~ ~.~.. ~p P. ~ ~ Y. ~ ~..~ Y. .. ~~~.. ç !.~y'..ç g!:l. ~ ~ .iL ~ ~}!:l. !.Y..). ? .~g J.} 227.: .. . CITY COUNCIL COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: At its December 7th, 1998 meeting, the Land Use and Transportation Committee forwarded the following recommendation to the December 15th, 1998 City Council consent agenda for consideration: 1. Acceptance of the R. W. Scott Construction, Inc. SW 336th Street Improvement Project, in the ." .... ........... ..~~g!:l. ~~.. ~ f..$ }.J.~.2Q "'~ ~.?. :Q9:.. ~~ ..~~!? P. ~.~~.~:...................................... ........... ......................,....... .............................. ........... ............... CITY MANAGER RECOMMENDATION: Pt"""v..:, C="~'VV'UU .;-r,.,..~'-L~'<'Lc,f.','[.,';1 'I, ,/ ....................................................................".....................................................................................................J:(¡,,'J.";'...f/.~~.~~~.~... ................................ \L i .. I J APPROVED FOR INCLUSION IN COUNCIL PACKET: (j}t (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: APPROVED DENIED - T ABLEDIDEFERREDINO ACTION h:Co\::-;CIL'AGDBILLS I 99X'SW336,CC COUNCIL BILL # 1 st Reading Enactment Reading ORDINANCE # RESOLUTION # . DATE: December 1, 1998 TO: Phil Watkins, Chair Land UselTransportation Committee FROM: Ken Miller, Street Systems Manager ~~ SUBJECT: SW 336th Street, from 21st A venue SW to 26th Place SW Street Improvements; Final Acceptance and Retainage Release BACKGROUND Prior to release of retainage on a Public Works construction project, the City Council must accept the work as complete to meet State Department of Revenue and State Department of Labor and Industries requirements. The above referenced contract with R. W. Scott Construction, Inc. is complete. The final construction contract amount is $1,890,882.00. This is $186,432.56 below the $2,077,314.56 (including contingency) budget that was approved by the City Council on July 15, 1997. Staff will be present at the December 7th Land Use & Transportation meeting to answer any questions the Committee might have. RECOMMENDATION Place the following item on the December 15, 1998 Council Consent Agenda for approval: 1. Acceptance of the R. W. Scott Construction, Inc. SW 336th Street Improvement Project, in the amount of $1,890,882.00, as complete. KM\km:km " cc: Cathy Rafanelli, Management Services Project file AG 97-116 Day file k:\Iülc\ï998\SW336.fin , MEETING DATE: December 15,1998 ITEM# . ..P.<' ) """""""""'.........................................,..................................................................................................................................."............... ................................,.. CITY OF FED ERAL WAY City Council AGENDA ITEM SUBJECT: Street Maintenance Contract Extension .............................................................................,..................................................................................................................",..... .........................................", CA TEGORY: BUDGET IMPACT: X CONSENT _ORDINANCE BUSINESS _HEARING FYI RESOLUTION STAFF REPORT PROCLAMA TION _STUDY SESSION OTHER Amount Budgeted: $ Expenditure Amt: $ Contingency Reqd: $ .............................................................................................."..................................-............................................................."....... .................................,......... A TTACHMENTS: Memorandum to the December 7th, 1998 meeting of the Land Use and Transportation Committee .............................................................................................."................................................................................................."...... ........................................." SUMMARYIBACKGROUND: At the December 1st, 1998 City Council meeting, the final 1999/2000 Biennial Budget was adopted. As a part of the adopted budget, the Public Works Department was authorized to proceed with the formation of a streets maintenance crew. In conjunction with developing its 199912000 budget, the Public Works Department prepared a transition plan for the conversion of contracted street maintenance services to an in-house street maintenance crew. The transition plan outlines the steps necessary to accomplish this task including hiring of staff, purchase of equipment, improvements to the Steel Lake maintenance yard, and associated time lines. Consistent with the transition plan, it will be necessary to extend the existing Lloyd Street Maintenance contract through the first quarter of 1999. The estimated cost for the three-month extension of basic street maintenance services is based on historical expenditures and totals approximately $120,000.00, which was included in the recently adopted budget. In addition to basic street maintenance services, Lloyd Enterprises also performs snow and ice removal for the City. Due to Lakehaven Utility District's decision to terminate the Interlocal Agreement for snow and ice removal, staff has negotiated with Lloyd Enterprises to expand their snow and ice operation for an ...~.~.!.i.p'~.!~.~..~.~~!.!!g.~~.!..~9.~~..~f..~}.Q.'.QQ.Q.,..~~.!~.~..!.~..þ'~~.g.~~.~~..\~...!~~..~~g.~..~.~~)~~..~.~~9.~~.!:..............................................." CITY COUNCIL COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: At its December 7th, 1998 meeting, the Land Use and Transportation Committee forwarded the following recommendation to the December 15th, 1998 City Council consent agenda for consideration: I. Approve a three month contract extension through March, 1999 with Lloyd Enterprises for continuation of basic street maintenance services in the amount of $120,000, and for snow and ice removal services in the amount of $10 000.00 for a total contract extension amount of $130000. ..........................................................)................. .........................................................................................................1................ ..........................................." ....................................................................................................................................................................................................... ............................................. CITY MANAGER RECOMMENDATION: ftN\"",--li~ c~:""v..",-J{u '"',-"",~~ G...->.-, .' ..........................................................................................................................................................................................J.~'.~1..!}J~ k...................... APPROVED FOR INCLUSION IN COUNCIL PACKET: 11- (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CI1Y CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: APPROVED DENIED TABLEDIDEFERRED/NO ACTION COUNCIL BILL # 1st Reading Enactment Reading ORDINANCE # RESOLUTION # K:\COUNCILIAGDBILLS\ 1998\LLOYDEXT.CC .) DATE: December 2, 1998 TO: Phil Watkins, Chair Land Use/Transportation Committee FROM: Ken Miller, Street Systems Manager ~ SUBJECT: Street Maintenance Contract Extension BACKGROUND At the December 1st, 1998 City Council meeting, the final 199912000 Biennial Budget was adopted. As a part of the adopted budget. the Public Works Department was authorized to proceed with the fonnation of a streets maintenance crew. In conjunction with developing its 199912000 budget, the Public Works Department prepared a transition plan for the conversion of contracted street maintenance services to an in-house street maintenance crew. The transition plan outlines the steps necessary to accomplish this task including hiring of staff, purchase of equipment, improvements to the Steel Lake maintenance yard, and associated timelines. Consistent with the transition plan, it will be necessary to extend the existing Lloyd Street Maintenance contract through the first quarter of 1999. The estimated cost for the three-month extension of basic street maintenance services is based on historical expenditures and totals approximately $120,000, which was included in the recently adopted budget. In addition to basic street maintenance services, Lloyd Enterprises also perfonns snow and ice removal for the City. Due to Lakehaven Utility District's decision to terminate the Interlocal Agreement for snow and ice removal, staff has negotiated with Lloyd Enterprises to expand their snow and ice operation for an estimated additional cost of $10,000, which is budgeted in the snow and ice account. RECOMMENDATION The Public Works Department requests the Committee take the following action: 1. Approve a three month contract extension through March, 1999 with Lloyd Enterprises for continuation of basic street maintenance services in the amount of $120,000, and for snow and ice removal services in the amount of $10,000, for a total contract extension amount of $130,000; 2. Forward this item to the December 15, 1998 consent agenda for consideration by the full City Council. CMRIKM:jg ...:: Controet File Tr"",ili... File Day file K:ILUTCIl998ILLOYDEXT.MEM .. MEETING DATE: December 15,1998 ITEM# '~.JJ- Ç¡' ~ ) '-' h....................................................."""""""""...................."""""""".....................................,.........,..........................................h..""""""",....... ...........................,...... CITY OF FEDERAL WAY City Council AGENDA ITEM ... ~.~.~.~.~.~.!.:....... .~.!.~..~ ~.~.~ ~~~.~ ~ ~.~.~. .~~.~ ~.~ ~~..~ ~~~~.~.~ ~~. .~~.~.~. ~~.~. ~. ~.~.~.~ ~..~ ~.~.~~............................................................. CATEGORY: BUDGET IMPACT: X CONSENT _ORDINANCE _BUSINESS HEARING FYI RESOLUTION STAFF REPORT PROCLAMA TION STUDY SESSION OTHER Amount Budgeted: $ Expenditure Amt: $ Contingency Reqd: $ ...................................................,...............................................................,....................................................,.......................h.."""" "",,""""""""""'".........,................ ATTACHMENTS: Memorandum to the December 7,1998 meeting of the Land Use and Transportation Committee .............................."........................ ç? ~.~ ~~~..!. !.~ P.. .~~~ ~~~~.~.~.. ~ ~~.. ~~p}:~ ~~~.~ ~~?!l...~ W~.~~.~!l. ~............................................ h.................... SUMMARYIBACKGROUND: Washington State's Commute Trip Reduction (CTR) Law was adopted by the 1991 Legislature and incorporated into the Washington Clean Air Act as RCW 70.94.527. Its intent is to improve air quality, reduce gasoline consumption and traffic congestion through employer-based programs by encouraging the use of alternatives to single occupant vehicle (SOV) for the commute trip. The law requires major public and private employers with one hundred (100) or more full time employees to develop and implement a commute trip reduction plan. The City of Federal Way currently has twelve (12) employers affected by the CTR law (City of Federal Way, Orion Industries, Reliance Insurance Company, St Francis Hospital, United States Post Office, USAA, World Vision, and Weyerhaeuser Corporation). In order to comply with the state CTR law and ensure consistency and fairness in its administration, the City entered into a professional services agreement with King County Metro. Staff recommends renewal of the professional service agreement (see attached) as the existing agreement will expire on January 1, 1999. The purpose of the professional services agreement with Metro is to utilize King County Metro as a contractor to assist the City of Federal Way with the implementation of the Washington State Commute Trip Reduction Act of 1991. The agreed upon work tasks are detailed on the attached memorandum. The CTR professional services agreement is totally funded by state CTR grants, and the amounts vary based upon the number of affected employers within the City. Based on the 12 affected worksites, the City of Federal Way ... ~.~~.~.. ~~~.~ ~.Y.~..~..~? ~.~!.. .~.~. ~ ~~.'.~.~.? .~!l... .~. ???~.. .~.~. ~ ~~ ~.~.. ~ ~~..'. ~~~.. .~.~.~.~~.. ~~..~? ~~E~~.~~~..Y'!. ~.~~.. ~~~~.. ç? ~!l.~Y....~ ~.~~?:..... CITY COUNCIL COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: At its December 7,1998 meeting, the Land Use and Transportation Committee forwarded the following recommendation to the December 15, 1998 City Council consent agenda for consideration to approve the CTR professional services agreement with King ....ç?~~~y".~~~.~.?:...............................................................................,.........................................,......................................................... ................,....................,..... CITY MAN A G ER RECOMMEND A TI 0 N: """""""""""""""""""""""""""""""'"""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""" rlf1'vtVV-( . C~~VN",.rtu vt£'::1M..-~........L::-L~","", ')1 ....................................................................................."..................................................................................E.~:...Q~.~.................... ............"................... APPROVED FOR INCLUSION IN COUNCIL PACKET: (Í~k, (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: APPROVED DENIED T ABLEDID EFERREDIN 0 A CTI 0 N k:\council\agdbills\ 1998\ctr99.wpd COUNCIL BILL # 1st Reading Enactment Reading ORDINANCE # RESOLUTION # DATE: December 1, 1998 TO: Phil Watkins, Chair Land Use and Transportation Committee FROM: Richard A. Perez, City Traffic Engineer fff Sarady Long, Traffic Analyst SUBJECT: CTR Professional Services Agreement with King County Metro Background: Washington State's Commute Trip Reduction (CTR) Law was adopted by the 1991 Legislature and incorporated into the Washington Clean Air Act as RCW 70.94.527. Its intent is to improve air quality, reduce gasoline consumption and traffic congestion through employer-based programs by encouraging the use of alternatives to single occupant vehicle (SOV) for the commutè trip. The law requires major public and private employers with one hundred (100) or more full time employees to develop and implement a commute trip reduction plan. - The City of Federal Way currently has twelve (12) employers affected by the CTR law (City of Federal Way, Orion Industries, Reliance Insurance Company, St Francis Hospital, United States Post Office, USAA, World Vision, and Weyerhaeuser Corporation). In order to comply with the state CTR law and ensure consistency and fairness in its administration, the City entered into a professional services agreement with King County Metro. Staff recommends renewal of the professional service agreement as the existing agreement will expire on January 1, 1999. The purpose of the professional services agreement with Metro is to utilize King County Metro as a contractor to assist the City of Federal Way with the implementation of the Washington State Commute Trip Reduction Act of 1991. The agreed upon work tasks include the following: 1. Work Activities Required Under Federal Way Ordinance/RCW a. Notification of new sites b. Survey (Goal measurement sites) c. Implementation monitoring first-year sites d. Program Review e. Records Maintenance f. Exemptions & Modifications '",.' ~¡,¡ ~" " 2. Work Activities Not Required Under Federal Way Ordinance/RCW a. Program Development b. Program implementation 1. Assist sites with new program elements 2. Assist network groups with joint CTR promotion and ride matching 3. Provide training to new Employees Transportation Coordinator (ETC) and conduct ETC orientation 4. Respond to employer requests and troubleshoot site problems The CTR professional services agreement is totally funded by state CTR grants, and the amounts vary based upon the number of affected employers within the City. Based on the 12 affected worksites, the City of Federal Way will receive a total of $24,339 in 1999, of which $23,866 would be contracted with King County Metro. Recommendation: Staff is requesting the Land Use and Transportation Committee's approval of the CTR professional services agreement with King County Metro and forwarding of the agreement to the December 15, 1998 City Council meeting for consideration. RAP\SL:jg K:\LUTC\1998\CTR99.wpd " , COMMUTE TRIP REDUCTION ACT IMPLEMENTATION AGREEMENT An Agreement between King County, through its Department of Transportation, (hereinafter called" King County") and the City of Federal Way ("City"), hereinafter jointly referred to as the "Parties," for the purpose of implementing the Washington State Commute Trip Reduction Act of 1991. WHEREAS, the Washington State Legislature enacted the Commute Trip Reduction Act (Chapter 202, Laws of 1991, codified as RCW 70.94.521-551) to require local governments in those counties experiencing the greatest automobile-related air pollution and traffic congestion to develop and implement plans to reduce vehicle miles traveled per employee and single occupant vehicle commute trips; and WHEREAS, the City has within its boundaries one or more "major employers" and is required by RCW 70.94.527 to develop and implement a commute trip reduction plan; and WHEREAS, the Parties hereto are authorized to enter into this Agreement pursuant to RCW 70.94.527 (6); and WHEREAS, the King County Code 28.94.110 authorizes the execution and administration of Agreements with state and local agencies for assistance in implementing the Commute Trip Reduction Act; and WHEREAS, the local jurisdiction commuté trip reduction plans are required to be coordinated and consistent with plans of adjacent jurisdictions and applicable regional plans; and WHEREAS, the City and King County desire to implement the Commute Trip Reduction Act consistent with the guidelines established by the state Commute Trip Reduction Task Force and with King County and other cities within the county; and WHEREAS, the City can achieve cost efficiencies and administrative co,nsistency by contracting with King County for CfR implementation; NOW THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual promises and covenants herein, it is hereby agreed: SECTION 1.0 PURPOSE. The purpose of this Agreement is to assign certain tasks to be undertaken by King County on behalf of the City to implement the CTR Act. , .' Federal Way Commute Trip Reduction Implementation Agreement Page 2 Federal Way SECTION 2.0 DEFINITIONS. The following definitions shall apply for purposes of this Agreement: "Administrative Representative" means the primary administrative contact for issues related to this Agreement as designated in Section 3.5 of the Agreement. "Affected Employer" means an employer required by RCW 70.94.521 and the City's CTR Plan to implement a CTR program (see also "major employer"). "Commute Trip Reduction Plan (CTR Plan)" means a plan adopted by the City designed to reduce the proportion of single occupant vehicle commute trips and vehicle miles traveled per employee, as described in RCW 70.94.527. "Commute Trip Reduction Program (CTR Program)" means a program designed by an affected employer to reduce the proportion of single occupant vehicle commute trips and the commute trip vehicle miles traveled by employees at a worksite, as described in RCW 70.94.531. "CTR Funds" means state funds authorized by RCW 70.94.544 and Section 301 of the Natural Resources biennial budget to help counties and cities implement commute trip reduction plans. "Major Employer" means a private or public employer that employs one hundred or more full- time employees at a single worksite who are scheduled to begin their regular workday between 6:00 a.m. and 9:00 a.m. on weekdays for at least twelve continuous months during the year, as provided in RCW 70.94.524 (herein also known as an "affected employer"). "State" is the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) unless otherwise noted. SECTION 3.0 SCOPE OF WORK. 3.1 Scope of Work: The scope of work to be completed by King County and the City in . accordance with this Agreement is described in Exhibit A: Scope of Work, which by reference is made a part of this Agreement. Funds provided by the City to King County under this Agreement shall be used solely for activities undertaken to fulfill the provisions of the scope of work as provided in Exhibit A. 3.2 Regional Cooperation: Some tasks in the Scope of Work are subarea or county-wide and assume that the City will participate with other contracting cities and try to the extent . possible to develop policies and products consistent throughout the county to take advantage of economies of scale and cost efficiencies. 2 . . Federal Way Commute Trip Reduction Implementation Agreement Page 3 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 4.1 4.2 4.3 Federal Way Schedule: The schedule for tasks is indicated in Exhibit A: Scope of Work. A quarterly review of progress to date and anticipated activities will be held with City representatives. On-going review of issues and materials will be conducted with City representatives. Project Organization: The contract-funded position will conduct contractual activities for the jurisdiction. The position will work in a single division which includes other contract staff and report to the CTR Services Supervisor. Administrative Representatives: King County and the City shall each designate an administrative representative for matters pertaining to this Agreement. King County shall be represented by the Manager of Sales and Customer Service or his designee. The City shall be represented by the Director of Public Works or hislher designee. State Requirements: At the request of the City, King County shall provide infonnation to the State for monitoring or evaluation activities as outlined in the Interlocal Agreement. SECTION 4.0 DISBURSEMENT OF FUNDS. Budget: The budget for work to be perfonned through December 31, 19928 is specified in Exhibit B. Equipment: Equipment to be purchased under this Agreement shall be used exclusively for the purpose of CfR administration for the City and other jurisdictions in King County. King County shall own all such equipment and maintain it at no additional cost to the City. Payment Process: King County shall submit the City's invoice and a quarterly progress report to the City per the following schedule. The City shall make payment to King County within 30 days of receipt of the invoice. Payment Invoice Submitted No Earlier Than Fixed Labor PaYment 1st payment 2nd payment 3rd payment final payment Total $ 5,316.00 5,842.75 $ 5,316.00 5,842.75 $ 5,316.00 5,842.75 $ 5,316.00 5,842.75- $21,264.0023,371.00 March 31, 19928 June 30, 19928 September 30, 19928 December 31, 19928 3 " .~ Federal Way Commute Trip Reduction hnplementation Agreement Page 4 Federal Way 4.4 Payment Amounts: Each payment shall consist of the fixed lttbef-amount specified above in Section 4.3, plus reimbursement of tltworkshop expenses and (2) other actual noRlabor expenses. estimated to be $495.00. The City shall pay 6.22% of the actual Aonlabor expenses incUlTed, Rot expected to exceed $1,681.00 for the City. The City shall pay a percentage share of the workshop expenses based on the percentage of the total registrants for the workshop representing worksites in the City. The workshop expenses to be shared by the City shall consist of a fixed labor element plus actual nonlabor expenditures. The fixed labor element shall be as follows: - ETC Orientation $ 180.00 238.00fixed labor charge per workshop - Program hnplementation $ 180.00 238.00fixed labor charge per workshop - Survey Briefing $ 135.00 153.oofixed labor charge per workshop - Additional Workshops $ ~34.oofixed labor charge per hour for King County trainers SECTION 5.0 AUDITING OF RECORDS, DOCUMENTS, AND REPORTS. The State Auditor and any of its representatives shall have full access to and the right to examine during nonnal business hours after reasonable notice and as often as the state Auditor may deem necessary, all the records of the City and King County with respect to all matters covered in this Agreement. Each Party to the Agreement shall have similar access and rightS with respect to the records of the other Party. Such representatives shall be permitted to audit, examine, and make excerpts or transcripts from such records and to make audits of all contracts, invoices, materials, payrolls, and records of matters covered by this Agreement. Such rights last for three (3) years . from the date final payment is made hereunder. SECTION 6.0 EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY. King County agrees to abide by all applicable federal and state statutes and regulations prohibiting employment discrimination. SECTION 7.0 WOMEN AND MINORITY BUSINESS ENTERPRISE. King County agrees to abide by the tenns of King County Ordinance 12026 in the procurement of materials, supplies, consultant or other services undertaken in the perfonnance of this Agreement. SECTION 8.0 WAIVER OF DEFAULT. 4 Federal Way Commute Trip Reduction Implementation Agreement Page 5 Federal Way Waiver of any default shall not be deemed to be a waiver of any subsequent default. Waiver of breach of any provision of the Agreement shall not be deemed to be a waiver of any other or subsequent breach and shall not be construed to be a modification of the tenns of the Agreement unless stated to be such in writing, signed by an authorized representative of the County, and attached to the original Agreement. SECTION 9.0 SEVERABILITY. Should any clause, phrase, sentence or paragraph of this Agreement be declared invalid or void, the remaining provisions of this Agreement shall remain in full force and effect if such remainder continues to confonn to the tenns and requirements of applicable law and the intent of this Agreement. SECTION 10.0 INDEMNIFICATION AND HOLD HARMLESS. It is understood and agreed that this Agreement is solely for the benefit of the Parties hereto and gives no right to any other Party. No joint venture or partnership is fonned as a result of this Agreement. Each Party hereto agrees to be responsible and assumes liability for its own negligent acts or omissions, and those of its officers, agents or employees, while perfonning work pursuant to this Agreement, to the fullest extent required by law, and agrees to save, indemnify, defend, and hold the other Parties hannless from any such liability. In the case of negligence of multiple Parties, any damages allowed shall be assessed in proportion to the percentage of negligence attributable to each Party, and each Party shall have the right to seek contribution from the other Parties in proportion to the percentage of negligence attributable to the other Parties. Except as otherwise described in the Scope of Work, the City acknowledges it is solely responsible for its compliance with the CTR Act, and for the adoption, implementation, and enforcement of any ordinances, plans, and programs related to the CTR Act. The City shall indemnify and hold King County hannless from, and shall process and defend, at its own expense, any and all claims, demands, suits at law of equity, actions, penalties, losses, damages, or costs arising out of, in connection with, or incidental to any act or negligent omission of the City or any of its officers, employees, subcontractors or agents in adopting or enforcing any ordinances, plans and programs related to the CTR Act. King County shall indemnify and hold the City hannless from, and shall process and defend, at its own expense, any and all claims, demands, suits at law or equity, actions, penalties, losses, damages, or costs arising out of, in connection with, or incidental to any negligent act or omission of King County or any of its officers, employees, subcontractors or agents in connection with King County's perfonnance of this Agreement. The Parties hereto acknowledge that the State of Washington is not liable for damage or claims from damages arising from any act or omission of King County or the City under this Agreement. SECTION 11.0 AGREEMENT PERIOD. This Agreement is effective from January 1, 199.2&. The expiration date for purposes of perfonning I substantive work as described in Exhibit A (Scope of Work) and for incurring costs is December 5 .r ,.' 0' Federal Way Commute Trip Reduction Implementation Agreement Page 6 31, 19928, and for final accounting purposes is January 31, +99-92000, unless the Parties agree to an I extension, Tennination of this Agreement does not relieve any of the Parties from any obligations incurred through the date of termination as a result of this Agreement. Federal Way SECTION 12.0 AGREEMENT MODIFICATIONS. This Agreement may be amended, altered, clarified or extended only by written Agreement of the designated administrative representative of King County and the City Manager from the City. SECTION 13.0 TERMINATION. 13.1 Either Party to this Agreement may tenninate the Agreement, in whole or in part, upon thirty (30) days' advance written notice of the tennination to the other Party. If this Agreement is so terminated by the City prior to fulfillment of the tenns stated herein, King County shall be reimbursed for all actual direct and related indirect expenses and noncancellable obligations incurred to date of tennination relating to Services performed. 13.2 If at any time during the Agreement period the State acts to tenninate, reduce, modify, or withhold CTR Grant Funds allotted to the City pursuant to RCW 79.94.544 then either Party may terminate this Agreement by giving thirty (30) days' advance written notice to the other Party. Dated this day of . 19928. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Parties hereto have executed this Agreement as of the day fIrst above mentioned. KJNG COUNTY: By General Manager, Metro Transit Approved as to form: CITY OF Federal Way By City Attorney By City Manager Approved as to form: . By City Clerk 6 " .' F. City of Federal Way 1999 CTR Contract Scope of Work I. Work activities required by CTR Ordinance A. Notification of new sites (1) 1. Identify potential sites 2. Identify contact for potential sites 3. Send notification inquiry 4. Confirm status B. Survey Goal measurement sites (12) (mandatory) I. Alert employer to survey timeline 2. Send out survey timeline 3. Track survey completion and processing 3. Send survey results to employee 4. Meet to discuss results C. Implementation monitoring-First Year Sites (1) 1. Send reminder letter of implementation deadline 2. Make site visit within 30 days of deadline D. Program Review New sites (1) Goal measurement sites (12) Non-goal measurement sites (0) 1. Remind employers of submittal deadlines 2. Monitor program report receipt 3. Review and recommend to jurisdiction 4. Generate approval letter for city signature E. Exemptions & Modifications 1. Inform new sites about process and criteria 2. Receive request and copy to city 3. Copy request to state for comment 4. Review and analyze request and provide comments to City 5. Contace employeras needed, generate and send response per city Records maintenance I. Maintain database and master file records on all affected sites Provide required information to'\VSDOT and King County as needed Provide quarterly report information for state funds billing 2. 3. Exhibit A Schedule As needed Second quarter Third/fourth quarter and per ordinance schedule by site As needed On-going ~ , , " II. A. B. c. Training 1. Provide county wide training to new ETCs a. ETC orientation b. Program implementation and promotion c. Survey briefing Provide continuing education opportunities a. produce three scheduled workshop calendars per year mail to all current ETCs and Program Managers coordinate central registration monitor attendance and report to jurisdiction 2. 2. Work activities not required by CTR Ordinance Program Development New sites (1) 1. Provide training and materials 2. Assist with baseline survey 3. Analyze survey data and make program recommendations Goal Measurement sites (12) I. Provide survey training 2. Analyze survey data and make program' recommendations to achieve SOY reduction Present analysis to ETC and company decision-maker 3. Program implementation 1. Assist sites with new program elements: a. facilitate implementation planning b. help ETC create a CTR promotion plan Assist network groups with joint CTR promotion and ride matching: a. provide two employee awareness campaigns per year help networks create an annual plan for activities identify cluster/network mode potential provide customized training conduct ETC recognition event, including state required review of changes to CTR law/ordinance and procedures b. c. d. e. b. c. d. Exhibit A Schedule " On-going On-going 'On-going and per network schedule On-going and per network schedule First or second quater Quarterly " .' City of Federal Way 1999 Budget Summary 1998/99 Estimated Annual CTR Allocation: Contract Period: 1/1/99 to 12/31/99 1999 Number of Sites: 13 ETR FTE percentage: 26% Labor: ETR Labor Survey Labor (assumes 12 sites .survey on-cyc1e) Indirect Labor @ .25 Office Expenses: Rent, Services, Materials & Supplies I) Survey Materials and Mailing/Courier cost 2) Fixed Total: Estimated Workshop Costs: Basic ETC Training Part 1: ETC Orientation 3) Basic ETC Training Part 2: PI Workshop 3) Measurement Survey Briefing4) Continuing Education Courses 5) Producing CTR Program Summary Brochure 6) Total With Estimated Training $ 24,339 $15,891 $1 ,237 $4,282 $ $ 1,640 321 :., \ '.' Exhibit B $21,410 $1,961 $23,371 . $495 (1 x $50) (1 x $50) (1 x $173) (4 x $40) (1 x $62) $50 $50 $173 $160 $62 $23,866 I) Graphic services, supplies and miscellaneous operating costs which include rent, temporary clerical, parking, printing of materials, and postage, etc. ($126.18 per site) 2) Shipping materials and transportation charges for delivery and pickup of the surveys to/from the site and the UW for processing. ($26.75/site survey). 3) Basic Training includes one (1) each quarter, county-wide sessions of both ETC Orientation ($50/ea) and PI Workshop ($50/ea); registrants calculated using a 40% rate for training required fr()m ETC turnover and new sites' ETCs. 4) Measurement Survey Bri'~fiJIg includes one Federal Way session ($173/ea) for the required 1999 survey. Assumes city or employer facility at no cost. Facility expense would be an additional cost. 5) Continuing Education Courses ($40/ea); one class per quarter plus additional new ¡ntranet development training; number of registrants calculated using 30% attendance of sites. 6) Producing Your CTR Program Summary Brochure ($62/ea); number of registrants calculated using 10% attendance of sites. 99budget: Fed Way - 10/30/98 MEETING DATE: December 15, 1998 ~1Z2= (-) ITEM#. . cC/ """""""""""'.........................,....."""""""""""""'.........,.................""'.....""""....-."""""'...""""......"........................................"""""""..............""""""" CITY OF FED ERAL WAY City Council AGENDA ITEM SUBJECT: Goldmine Appeal """"""'...................................,.............,............................................."""""""""""-"""""""""...........,.........................................,...................... .....,............. CA TEGORY: BUDGET IMP ACT: CONSENT ORDINANCE XBUSINESS HEARING FYI RESOLUTION STAFF REPORT PROCLAMA TION STUDY SESSION OTHER Amount Budgeted: $ Expenditure Amt: $ Contingency Reqd: $ """""""""""...........................,.......................................................,..""""""'.........-."............""""""""........................................,...................... ................... ... ~!! ~.~.~~. ~.!..~.:. .~~~P?~ ~~.. ~~~.~~. .~ß? P.~~~.~..~ ~~~~~J?. ~.~.~~~.~.~~:.~. P.:.~ ~.~. ~? ~..................................................................... SUMMARYIBACKGROUND: On April 22, 1998, the Appellant, Lyla Yang, filed a business registration application with the City to operate the Goldmine Thai Restaurant as a sole proprietor. On August 21, 1998, the Clerk issued a denial letter to the Appellant based upon, among other things, failure to disclose material facts on the application. On September 2, 1998, the Appellant appealed the denial to the Hearing Examiner, who upheld the Clerk's denial. The appellant appealed the Hearing Examiner's decision to the City Council. The public hearing was held before the City Council on December 1, 1998 with the City Council's decision ...~?. .~.~. .~~.~~..~~.~~~. P..~~.~~?~.~...~.?? .~. ??~..ç.~~y.ç.?~~~.i.~. .~~~~~~~:...... ....,...... .......,........... ..""""""" ......................... ...,......... ...."""""'" CITY COUNCIL COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: Because the Federal Way City Code provides that a person may appeal a Hearing Examiner's decision upholding a business registration denial to the City Council, no committee review is available. .................................................,.......................................................,.........................................""""""'".........................................,.. .........................,............ ~~t~;;c~~S~~;~~~ ~~;~ ~T~~ ~ i;~ ere IS ~ ~ ~ I ty ~ =~eDr;,~~: n b=~S e t~em APPROVED FOR INCLUSION IN COUNCIL ('~hL PACKET: '-{ii"; (BELOW TO BE CO!v1PLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: APPROVED DENIED - T ABLEDIDEFERRED/NO ACTION COUNCIL BILL # 1 st Reading Enactment Reading ORDINANCE # RESOLUTION # K:/agnditem/goldmine.ord 10 13 14 15 16 20 1 DR AFT /.)./1/?P 2 3 4 BEFORE THE CITY COUNCIL FOR THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 5 6 In re: 7 APPEAL OF DENIAL OF BUSINESS REGISTRATION APPLICATION FOR THE GOLD MINE THAI RESTAURANT FOR L YLA YANG, ORDER ADOPTING HEARING EXAMINER'S DECISION FWHE No. 98-11 8 9 Appellant. 11 12 THIS MATTER came before the Federal Way City Council on December 1, 1998 on Appellant Lyla Yang's appeal from the Hearing Examiner's revocation Way Business of Federal Ms. Yang's Registration. 17 The City Council, having fully reviewed the record and having 18 listened to further oral argument by representatives of the City 19 and the Appellant during public hearing on December 1, 1998, hereby Orders that the Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law and 21 Decision made by the Hearing Examiner in his October 20, 1998 22 Decision be adopted by reference and that Appellant's Application for a Federal Way Business Registration be denied. 23 24 EFFECTIVE THIS 15th day of December, 1998. 25 26 RON GINTZ, MAYOR 27 28 FEDERAL WAY CITY ATTORNEY 33530 First Way South Federal Way, WA 98003-5006 (206) 661-4034 ORDER ADOPTING HEARING EXAMINER'S DECISION - 1 11 13 14 1 Approved as to form: 2 3 LaNDI K. LINDELL, City Attorney 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 k:\pleading\yang.ord 27 28 FEDERAL WAY CITY ATTORNEY 33530 First Way South Federal Way, WA 98003-5006 (206) 661-4034 ORDER ADOPTING HEARING EXAMINER'S DECISION - 2 1/1 u~) MEETING DATE: December 15, 1998 ITEM# .............................................................................,......................................................................................................................... ............................................. CITY OF FEDERAL WAY City Council AGENDA ITEM SUBJECT: Economic Development Council (EDC) Nominations ..................................................................................................................................-.""""""""""""""""................................................... ............................. CA TEGORY: BUDGET IMPACT: _CONSENT ORDINANCE X-BUSINESS HEARING FYI RESOLUTION STAFF REPORT PROCLAMA TION STUDY SESSION OTHER Amount Budgetèd: $ Expenditure Amt: $ Contingency Reqd: $ ....................................................................................................................................................................................................... ................................"""""'" A TT ACHMENTS: Memorandum with information on current EDC board members, terms, and available positions will be .. P.~~~~~~. ~~. .ç.?~~~~~~~.C?!~. P.~~E~? .~~. P..C?~~~~~~.} .~.. ç, ~!Y.. ç~~?~!. ~~C?~~g............................................................................................................ SUMMARYIBACKGROUND: On December 7, the City received a fax trom the EDC offering the opportunity to nominate additional members to the EDC board. The FEDRAC Committee on December 8 asked that this item be added to the December 15 City Council agenda. Staff is contacting the EDC for information on current board members, terms, and available positions, and will .. P.~~~~~. ~.~.~ .~~?~~.~~~~.~?. ç,~~.<?~.~~~~.1?~.~~ .P.~\~:. .~?. ~~. P.~.<?~~~~:.. ~ .?. ç, ~ 0/.. .ç.~.~~~~. .J?~~~~B:............................................................................ ... CITY COUNCIL COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: City Council should consider transmitting nominations to the EDC board. ....................................................................................................................................................................................................... ............................................. ... ~.~:.. ~~ ~ ~ ~ ~~. .~.~ .~.~ ~.~ ~~ ~ ~.~ ~ ~ .:... ..~.~~S.l~~~..tr~~.~~~ ~~.1~~. ~.~.~~~.~ ~1 ~~~. ~~..~~:~. ~~h:d.~'~.~~ ............................ ',- : (þw-- APPROVED FOR INCLUSION IN COUNCIL PACKET: (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: APPROVED DENIED TABLEDfDEFERRED/NO ACTION COUNCIL BILL # 1st Reading Enactment Reading ORDINANCE # RESOLUTION # I:\agenda.bil MEMORANDUM DATE: December 14, 1998 TO: Federal Way City Council Derek Matheson, Assistant to the City Manag@\.r FROM: SUBJECT: Economic Development Council (ED C) Nominations The Economic Development Council (EDC) of King County is currently accepting nominations for 19 soon-to-be vacant positions on its 51-member board of directors. The EDC's nominating committee will be meeting on December 16 to put together a nominee list that is based upon input from member organizations. The committee will attempt to equally divide the 19 positions between public and private sector representatives. Currently representing. the Federal Way community on the EDC board are Councilmember Jack Dovey, whose term is expiring, and Jeff Stock, whose term expires in 2000. The City Council may wish to nominate one of its members to continue its representation on the board. In addition, as the next largest city in King County has seven representatives at the EDC, the City Council may wish to make an additional nomination from the private or public/private sectors to increase Federal Way's representation. Per the FEDRAC Committee's request, I have spoken with Economic Development Executive Debra Coates (a former EDC employee) who has indicated her interest in representing the Federal Way community. on the EDC board. At FEDRAC's request, this issue has been added to the December 15 City Council Meeting Agenda as item VI(b). Once nominees are selected, the City Manager will transmit their names to the EDC by the 8:30 a.m. Wednesday, December 16, deadline. Please contact me if you have any questions. c: Management Team Debra Coates, Economic Development Executive 1:\...\EDc.WPD ... M;~.~.!,~ ~ ~.P. A.!.~. ~.... P~.~~~ Þ.~ ~}.~ c). ~ ~ ~.................... ............... ..JT~.~~. ..~. ç ~) ............. ............... ....."....... ....... ..".. CITY OF FEDERAL WAY City Council AGENDA ITEM SUBJECT: 1999-2000 ADDITIONAL HUMAN SERVICES FUNDING ......,..............................................................................................................................................................."................................ ........................................................... CATEGORY: BUDGET IMPACT: None - CONSENT - ORDINANCE L BUSINESS - HEARING _FYI _RESOLUTION _STAFF REPORT _PROCLAMA TION _STUDY SESSION _OTHER Amount Budgeted: $ 100,000 Expenditure Amt: $ Contingency Reqd: $ ...............................................................................................".......................................................................................,............... .......................................................".. ATTACHMENTS: 1) The Parks, Recreation, Public Safety and Human Services (PRPSHS) Council Committee Packet dated 12/7/98, which includes infonnation on options for allocating additional 1999-2000 Human Services ...~~!:I.~.i.!:I.g:.................................................................................................................................................................................... "....................................................... SUMMARYIBACKGROUND: As part of the 1999-2000 City budget process, the Council added $100,000 to the Human Services Fund. This $100,000 is in addition to the $300,000 human services fund base, which the Council allocated in October. The Council asked the PRPSHS Committee to review the options for allocating the additional funding and make a recommendation to the full Council. In addition to allocating the $100,000 added by the Council, the Additional Funding Plan also needs to include funding priorities for allocating one-time funds that may become available during the biennium. Staff recommends that the Additional Funding Plan total be $120,000, to account for the $100,000 funding added by Council, and for additional one-time funding that may become available. The Committee reviewed this issue on November 23 and tabled the decision until after the City budget was ...P~~.~~~..~.~..P..~~~.~.~~.~..~:....................................................................................................................................",............................... .....................................".. CITY COUNCIL COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: The Parks, Recreation, Public Safety and Human Services (PRPSHS) Committee will act on this item on December 14 and report to the full Council at the ...P.~.'?~!E~~!..~.:?.!E~.~~.~!:l.g:................................................................................".................................................................................. ........................................".. . CITY MANAGER RECOMMENDATION: C-~, "1-t1\",'ù~"""~ b<,<-'c "-.tr:;~~;)1ovCC7L:. \""--'-'M-v"-<-"ÁLL,,~ ... ¡.;;~ ~.~~~. ;~; .~.~ ~ ~ ~ ~¡~~..~~.. ~ ~ ~~~.~~.; ¡ ~ ~; ~.. ";""ïW ~...... ."........ .......I..<~~ .J.......... ..~f ~......................... .... ~.. (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: _APPROVED _DENIED _TABLEDIDEFERREDINO ACTION COUNCIL BILL # ORDINANCE # RESOLUTION # CITY OF FEDERAL W A V CITY COUNCIL PARKS, RECREATION, HUMAN SERVICES AND PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE Date: From: December 7,1998 Ann Guenther, Human Services Manager ~ Subject: Additional Human Services Funding for 1999-2000 Contracts Backaround At your November 23 meeting, the Parks, Recreation, Public Safety and Human Services Committee discussed options for allocating additional funds to human services agencies for the 1999-2000 biennium. Options discussed included the additional funding plan presented by the Human Services Commission ($116,000) and an additional funding plan presented by Mayor Gintz ($94,942). The Committee voted unanimously to delay making their recommendation for how the additional funding should be allocated until after the 1999-2000 City budget was passed on December 1. The Committee agreed to revisit the additional funding issue at their December 14 meeting. During the November 23 discussion, a question was raised regarding the status of the Federal Way Family Network Peer Support Program. It wasn't clear whether the program would continue service in 1999. The Network had requested 1999-2000 City funding for this program through their fiscal agent, Valley Cities Counseling and Consultation, and is recommended by the Commission for $15,000 of the additional available funding. Staff was asked to follow-up with Valley Cities Counseling and Consultation for more information. The Federal Way Family Network had considered moving their Peer Support Program to a different fiscal agent. However, in the past week, the Network received word that their King County funding had been restored. As a result, the Network decided to keep the Peer Support Program with the same fiscal agent and maintain the program that was proposed in the request to the City. The funding request to the City still stands. (See Attachment 5 for more detail.) On October 20, 1998, the City Council approved the plan recommended by the Human Services Commission for the $300,000 base human services funding for 1999-2000. The Council took the Additional Funding Plan developed by the Commission under advisement, noting that they would consider additional funding for human services during the City budget process. On December 1 , the 1999-2000 City budget was adopted, which included adding $96,000 to the Human Services Fund in 1999 and $87,880 in 2000, for a total of $400,000 available for each year of the 1999-2000 biennium (see the chart below). Year 1999 2000 Oriainal Budaet $306,000 $312,120 Amount Added $94,000 $87,880 Total Available $400,000 $400,000 Total Allocated $300,000 $300,000 Plan for One-Time Additional FundinQ In addition to allocating the $100,000 added by the Council during the City budget process, the Additional Funding Plan also needs to include funding priorities for allocating anyone-time funds that become available during the biennium. One-time funds include annual employee donations to the human services fund and unexpended general human service funds approved by the Council to be carried forward. The amount of one-time funds varies from year to year and is estimated to be between $3,000 and $20,000 per year. Staff recommends that the Additional Funding Plan total be $120,000, to account for the additio,:",alfunding allocated by Council, and for any additional one-time funding that may become available. Having the Additional Funding Plan in place allows for immediate disbursal of one-time funding, as it becomes available. Summary The Additional Fund Plan needs to total $120,000 to allow for the additional funding allocated by the Council, plus anyone-time funds that may become available. Currently there are two proposed additional funding plans: the Human Services Commission Plan ($116,000) and the Mayor's proposal ($94,942). The Committee will need to add programs to either one of these plans, or combine portions of the two plans to arrive at a total of $120,000. Attachments to this memo include: 1) Chart showing the Additional Funding Plan as recommended by the Human Services Commission and the Mayor's recommendations for allocating additional funding; 2) Chart showing how the original $300,000 was allocated; 3) A list of programs that were previously funded but not recommended for 1999-2000; and 4) A list of new programs that have not been funded by the City and were not recommended for funding; 5) A letter from Valley Cities Counseling and Consultation regarding the Federal Way Family Network, Peer Support Program request for City funding. I will be at your December 14 meeting to present this information. If you have any questions before the meeting, please call me at (253) 661-4039. Committee Recommendation: 1. Allocate the additional 1999-2000 human services funding as outlined in the Additional Funding Plan recommended by the Human Services Commission ($116,000). Allocate the additional $4,000 as recommended by the Council Committee, for a total additional funding plan of $120,000. Forward to the full City Council for approval on December 15,1998. 2. Allocate the additional 1999-2000 human services funding as proposed by the Mayor ($94,942). Allocate the additional $25,058 as recommended by the Council Committee, for a total additional funding plan of $120,000. Forward to the full City Council for approval on December 15, 1998. 3. Allocate the additional 1999-2000 human services funding as proposed by the Committee. Forward to the full City Council for approval on December 15, 1998. APPROV AL OF COMMITTEE REPORT: Committee Chair Committee Member Committee Member APPLICANT PROGRAM CITY OF FEDERAL WAY HUMAN SERVICES COMMISSION 1999-2000 HUMAN SERVICES FUNDING RECOMMENDATIONS ADDITIONAL FUNDING PLAN' COUNCIL GOAL 1998 199912000 1999/2000 HSC HSC MAYOR MAYOR FUNDING REQUEST APPROVED 1999/2000 1999/2000 PROPOSAL PROPOSAL LEVEL (Per Year) FUNDING ADD. TOTAL ADD. TOTAL (Per Year) FUNDING RECOMM. FUNDING (Per Year) (Per Year) (Per Year) (Per Year) 3 - Self-Sufficiency I $12,273 I $12,0001$13,544 I $0 $6,000 $6,0002 $12,000 I $12,000 ATTACHMENT 1 p. 1 of 2 1) South King County Multi-Service Center Literacy Program 5) South King County Multi-Service Center ~ m~ '<(tÝÍà ~åiÌli J ë ~ ri tèis"~ 1~ ~.œ.k-,2! ,....>,-....."~"",..,,, " '-,.;.\":Jt 7) Emergency Feeding Program 8) South King County Multi-Service Center Shelter ~v",.p~, , '"',, ," ," ,':-, , :':\¿'1.a ~;:Ir ~,~~')lo~ S,:!ryi~s'of Seattle-KC,~:~~~ ti~ 10) FW Community Caregiving Network Emergency Shelter Services $7,1681$7,168 1 - Basic Needs $28,290 $6,710 iVW'.'".I:.' '..~ ' " ~,:~~$3:480, " ,,'. ~', .""$Z1,O':,, <'" "" ",--",.- -'" 1 - Basic Needs $4,715 $3,285 1 - Basic Needs $5,000 13) The Joseph FoundationJ 14) Salvation ArmyJ Noyes Transitional Home After-hours Emergency Voucher Assistance 1 - Basic Needs $2,000 $3,000 s4¡òoòÎ$4.qQp " $7,000/$8,000 $3,000/$3,000 1 - Basic Needs $5,000/$5,000 $2,114 $4,015 $985 $5,000 $1,593 $0 $1,593 $1,407 $3,000 $2,829 $0 $2,829 $171 $3,000 $4,244 $0 $4,244 $256 $4,500 15) Federal Way PTSAJ I Clothes for Kids I 1 - Basic Needs 1) Dependent on funds available (funding level to be approved in late 1998 or early 1999), 2) Funded in two different installments, depending on available funds, 3) Mayor Proposed Add Programs are listed in priority order as recommended by the Commission, with the additional programs added by the Mayor, Shaded rows indicate where the Commission and Mayor proposals agree, $4,500 $4,500/$4,500 ~. CITY OF FEDERAL WAY HUMAN SERVICES COMMISSION 1999-2000 HUMAN SERVICES FUNDING RECOMMENDATIONS ADDITIONAL FUNDING PLANI APPLICANT I PROGRAM I COUNCIL GOAL I 1998 1999/2000 FUNDING REQUEST LEVEL (Per Year) - 16) Federal Way Boys & Girls Club Operating Support 2 - Public Safety $9,000 $9,0001$9,000 17) KC Sexual Assault Resource Center ,., Compo Assault Services 2 - Public Safety $28,000 $29,1201$30,285 18) FWYouth &.Family Services ~ Child & Family Counseling 2 - Public Safety $65,000 $75,0001$75,000 Domestic VIOlence Svcs. 19) Domestic Abuse Women's Network General Agency 2 - Public Safety $47,000 $85,0001$89,250 20) ACAP ,Child & Family Services APPLE Parenting 2 - Public Safety $10,000 $10,0001$10,000 21) Catholic Community Services3 Counseling 2 - Public Safety $4,500 $5,0001$5,000 22) Korean Christian Counseling Service3 Comp. Counseling Svc. 2 - Public Safety $4,500 $20,2461$20,246 23) Birth to Three Developmental Center3 Family Services Program 2 - Public Safety $19,000 $20,0001$20,000 Literacy Program 3 - Self-Sufficiency $12,273 $12,0001$13,544 $24,9341$25,000 31) World Vision3 Kid REACH $6,680 4 -Strong Neigh. $10,260/$10,570 TOTAL ADDITIONAL FUNDING 1) Dependent on funds available (fu~ding level to be approved in late 1998 or early 1999). 2) Funded in two different installments, depending on available funds. 3) Mayor Proposed Add Programs are listed in priority order as recommended by the Commission, with the additional programs added by the Mayor. Shaded rows indicate where the Commission and Mayor proposals agree 2 r"" ';\. ~;~; . (.tY " ~~JÞ;Wf¿~~w.(~M!~\~À¡:\;(~;~:~~\VI.~,~Ú: '::'{i\~i/~~W:X)} / ,,:,,:,,: \ . "" , '>:"." . 1999/2000 APPROVED FUNDING (Per Year) $0 $23,575 $61,295 1 recomm. for both programs $37,720 $4,244 $0 $0 $17,917 $0 $0 HS.c- 199~/~0C)() ÅPD. . FUNDING (Per year) , . $~;.1j!Ç ~. ". ..". '$5.~5:..- 1 $~~~;' for. 50th > ~_. $22,280 $0 $116,000 HSC 1999/2000 TOTAL RECOMM. (Per Year) $5,115 $29,120 $75,000 1 recomm. for both $60,000 $5,000 $0 $0 $17,917 $11,5932 $0 ..- ."-' ATTACHMENT 1 p. 2 of 2 MAYOR MAYOR PROPOSAL PROPOSAL ADD. TOTAL FUNDING (Per Year) (Per Year) $9,000 $9,000 $4,425 $28,000 $3,705 $65,000 $9,280 $47,000 $0 $4,244 $3,ClOO $3,000 $4:§00 $4,500 ...,- $2;Cl83 $20,000 see page 1 see page 1 $7,000 $94,942 ',' " , ."'l~'\'..;"/r' . '.,i,".",'\' /:' )"','\"- '::oo'--.::.. "one 0 ATTACHMENT 2 p. 1 of 4 APPLICANT PROGRAM 1998 1999 2000 1999 2000 I FUNDING REQUEST REQUEST RECOMM. RECOMM. COUNCIL GOAL #1 BASIC NEEDS SHELTERS & TRANSITIONAL HOUSING Catholic Community Services Emergency Assistance $5,000 $7,000 $8,000 $4,015 $4,015 FW Community Caregiving Network Emergency Shelter Services $8,000 $10,000 $10,000 $4,715 $4,715 (AF) (AF) FW Community Caregiving Network Transitional Housing $2,000 $4,000 $4,000 $1,886 $1,886 (AF) (AF) The Joseph Foundation Noyes Transitional Home $2,000 $3,000 $3,000 $1,593 $1,593 Salvation Army After Hours Emergency $3,000 $5,000 $5,000 $2,829 $2,829 Assistance South King County Multi-Service Center Shelter $30,000 $35,000 $38,500 $28,290 $28,290 (AF) (AF) Total - Shelters & Transitional Housing $43,328 $43,328 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 1999-2000 HUMAN SERVICES FUNDING APPROVED BY CITY COUNCIL, 10/20/98 AF - Indicates that program is recommended for additional funding should it become available. * This list includes only the programs that have been approved for 1999-2000 funding. Those that have requested funding, but were not recommended for funding are noted in Attachments 3 and 4. " ATTACHMEf' p. 2 of 4 APPLICANT PROGRAM 1998 1999 2000 1999 2000 FUNDING REQUEST REQUEST RECOMM. RECOMM. COUNCIL GOAL #1 BASIC NEEDS I FOOD AND CLOTHING Emergency Feeding Program Emergency Feeding $0 $7,168 $7,168 $4,715 $4,715 (AF) (AF) Federal Way PTSA Clothes for Kids $4,500 $4,500 $4,500 $4.244 $4,244 South King County Multi-Service Center Food/Clothing $29,000 $30.000 $30,000 $23,575 $23,575 (AF) (AF) Total - Food and Clothing $32,534 $32,534 SENIOR MEALS & TRANSPORTATION Senior Services of Seattle-King County Congregate Meal Program $0 $1,250 $1,500 $1,179 $1 ,179 (AF) (AF) Senior Services of Seattle-King County Meals on Wheels $8,000 $8,000 $8,500 $7,544 $7.544 (AF) (AF) Senior Services of Seattle-King County Volunteer Transportation $3,297 $3,690 $3,690 $3,480 $3,480 (AF) (AF) Total-Senior Meals & Transportation $12,203 $12,203 HEALTH AND DENTAL SERVICES Community Health Centers of KC Dental Services $14.095 $20.000 $28,000 $9.430 $9,430 (AF) (AF) Community Health Centers of KC Health Services $25.000 $35.000 $45.500 $23.575 $23.575 (AF) (AF) Total- Health and Dental Services $33,005 $33,005 TOTAL - GOAL #1 BASIC NEEDS $121,070 $121,070 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 1999-2000 HUMAN SERVICES FUNDING APPROVED BY CITY COUNCil, 10/20/98 2 ATTACHMENT 2 p. 3 of 4 APPLICANT PROGRAM 1998 1999 2000 1999 2000 FUNDING REQUEST REQUEST RECOMM. RECOMM. COUNCIL GOAL #2 PUBLIC SAFETY I VICTIM ASSISTANCE SERVICES Domestic Abuse Women's Network Community Advocacy, $47,000 $85,000 $89,250 $37,720 $37,720 Confidential Shelter, General (AF) (AF) Agency KC Sexual Assault Resource Center Compo Sexual Assault Services $28,000 $29,120 $30,285 $23,575 $23,575 (AF) (AF) Total - Victim Assistance Services $61,295 $61,295 INTERVENTION SERVICES FOR YOUTH AND FAMILIES Federal Way Youth & Family Services Child & Family Counseling $65,000 $75,000 $75,000 $61,295 $61,295 (AF) (AF) Federal Way Youth & Family Services Domestic Violence Services 1 alloc. for $35,000 $35,000 1 recomm. 1 recomm. both for both for both programs programs programs Total-Intervention Services for Youth $61,295 $61,295 and Families COUNCIL GOAL #2 PUBLIC SAFETY PREVENTION AND EARLY INTERVENTION PROGRAMS FOR FAMILIES ACAP Child & Family Services AP.P.L.E. Parenting $10,000 $10,000 $10,000 $4;244 $4,244 (AF) (AF) Birth to Three Developmental Center Family Services Program $19,000 $20,000 $20,000 $17,917 $17,917 Total - Prevention and Early $22,161 $22,161 Intervention Programs TOTAL- AL#2 PUBLIC SAFETY $144,751 $144,751 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 1999-2000 HUMAN SERVICES FUNDING APPROVED BY CITY COUNCIL, 10/20/98 1 ATTACHMEN. ¿ p. 4 of 4 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 1999-2000 HUMAN SERVICES FUNDING APPROVED BY CITY COUNCIL, 10/20/98 COUNCIL GOAL #3 SELF-SUFFICIENCY I SELF-SUFFICIENCY PROGRAMS FOR TARGETED POPULATIONS Center for MultiCultural Health Refugee Health Advocacy $3,000 $7,500 $7,500 $2,829 $2,829 Project ElderHealth Northwest ElderHealth Connection $0 $3,000 $3,000 $2,829 $2,829 Total - Self-Sufficiency Programs for $5,658 $5,658 Target Populations COUNCIL GOAL #3 SELF-SUFFICIENCY EMPLOYMENT SUPPORT SERVICES AND CHILD CARE ASSISTANCE ACAP Child & Family Services Subsidized Child Care $8,000 $8,000 $8,000 $3,772 $3,772 FW Community Caregiving Network Job Center $1,340 $3,032 $3,000 $2,829 $2,829 WA Women's Employment & Education Computer Applications $5,000 $6,000 $6,000 $4,715 $4,715 WA Women's Employment & Education Job Readiness $17,500 $17,500 $17,500 $14,145 $14,145 (AF) (AF) Total - Employment Support Services $31,119 $31,119 and Child Care Assistance TOTAL - GOAL #3 SELF-SUFFICIENCY COUNCIL #4 COLLABORATION & BUILD. STRONG NEIGHBORHOODS Crisis Clinic Telephone Services $3,090 $3,245 $3,407 $3.060 $3,060 TOTAL - GOAL #4 COLLABORATION & BUILD. $3,060 $6,060 STRONG NEIGHBORHOODS ALL APPLICANTS $300,000 $300,000 4 ~ E- '7 " -;;"'0 0 ~ ~ fI) fI) ::: ~ e,,¡ I- ="'0 ::1"'0 >-. u = ( ) '(3 e ;:3 C/) <..!.. >-. u = ( ) u ~ '- ;:3 C/) <..!.. >-. u = ( ) '(3 e ;:3 C/) ~ >-. >-. >-. J1 J1 J1 ro ro ro C/) C/) C/) u .~ .~ 1"> t"> ñ ,-- ---,---...- t:..j.j o-.J....J u...o~ r.~<::: A'IT A CHMENT 5 ~ ~\\' AdmlatstraUOD, Adult " Older adult Servica 2704 "I" SD'eet NE Aubwn, W A 98002 253.833.7444 fçø 253.833.0480 Cblld " Aclolcsceat Services 2705 "[" Street NE Auburn, W A 98002 253.939.4055 flU 253.939.2302 Combined Senices 33301 I- Way South Suite C-IIS Federal Way, WA 98003 253.661.6634 J'Qz. 253.66\.6652 Combined Services 400 West. Gowe Street Suit 316 Kent, W A 98032 253.520.9350 flU 253.520.1799 lnteallve OutpatieDt Services 34709 9111 Ave S Suite A.200 Federal Way, WA 98003 253.874.1475 flU 253.661.9338 TIY 253.ï35.3354 I Marilyn LaCelle Chief Exerotive Officer VALLEY CITIES counseling & consultation December 4, 1998 Ann Guenther, Human Services Manager City of Federal Way 33530 1St Way South Federal Way, WA 98003-6221 Dear Ann: As the representative of the fiscal agent for the Federal Way Family Network (FWFN), I am writing to you to provide a current synopsis of this program. M you know, the FWFN has been chal1enged to fmd maintenance funding for this highly regarded program. We were heartened to receive funding &om the South IGng CO\Dlty Community Network ($20,000) in the late swnmCr, and were poised to receive additional funds from the King County Children and Family Commission ($45,000). When the King County Executive announced the first version of the 1999 budget, Commission dollars were completely cut. After advocacy from Commission supporters, some funds were restored, but we understood that the Family Support initiative would be the last priority for re-funding. Faced with this gloomy prospect, the Administrative Oversight Committee (AOC) of the FWFN began to rethink: the future of the program. Preliminary discussions were made with the Family Centers to merge operations. Just last week we received news that the Children and Family Conunission funds were completely restored and that our grant request of $45,000 was accepted. It is also noteworthy that these dollars may be available for up to five years. This news, coupled with the possibility of City of Federal Way funding. prompted a new roW1d of discussion among the AOC. In sum, the AOC has decided to maintain the FWFN as an independent project, with Valley Cities Counseling & Consultation (VCCC) acting as the fiscal agent. A full-time volunteer coordinator will be hired, and ¡fCity of Federal Way dollars are forthcoming, we may have the ability to hire a part-time assistant volunteer coordinator as well. Other funding resources ....rill also be tapped to support a greater level of volunteer coordination staffing. The AOC will continue as well, made up of key representatives from Seattle-lGng County Department of Public Health, Washington Women's Employment and Education, Federal Way Youth and Family Services, and VCCC. Weare all very excited about continuing the work of the FWFN .- it is one of those rare successful prevention programs that can boast of consistently strong qualitative and quantitative outcomes. Please let me know if you need any additional information. tï:t aL ... ~~~.!~~ ~ ..~ ~.!~.:. .P.:.~~!E.~~E.. .~.~.~...~ .~~~............... .... ..........,..... .....,....... X~~.~~........~.. ...(ç~:.J.................... """""""""""'" ........ CITY OF FEDERAL WAY City Council AGENDA ITEM SUBJECT: 1998 COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENTS ..........................................................................................,........................................................................................................"... .........................................................., CATEGORY: BUDGET IMPACT: - CONSENT X-ORDINANCE BUSINESS HEARING FYI - RESOLUTION STAFF REPORT PROCLAMATION STUDY SESSION OTHER Amount Budgeted: $ Expenditure Amt: $ Contingency Reqd: $ ....................................................................."..................................................................................................................".............. .......................................................... ATTACHMENTS: December 8, 1998 Memorandum addressing boundaries of Comprehensive Plan Amendment Site .. .~P'~~.~~~..~~g~.~~~..~~ :... ~...~~.~r..~~~.~:~~:.~. ~~~.~~.~~.~~.~~..~~.:t.~..~~~~~~!~~).:.. ...".... ............ .............. ........ .."... ....... ........."............. ......",....... SUMMARY/BACKGROUND: The first reading of the ordinance to adopt amendments to the Comprehensive Plan and zoning map, and development regulations in Chapters 20 and 22 was held on November 17, 1998. During the second reading at the December 1, 1998 meeting, it was discovered that there was a discrepancy between the proposed annexation and comprehensive plan boundaries. Based on the request of Peter Orser, representing the Weyerhaeuser Corporation, Council tabled action on both the annexation request and adoption of the comprehensive plan until the December 15, 1998 meeting to allow resolution of issues. Please see attached December 8, 1998 ... ~.~~~E~~~.1;1.~..~~E.. ~.~~.. ~:.~.~.~~.~.. ~.~. ~~~~~. ~:.~.~~E~~.:. T.~.l1!::~. .~!~f.~.~!:!=. ~.t~.. .Ú.~:...~ .f~.~1:. ~..{f;:..y~~~.~~ .~d:. .~b...? i:t!.."'!.f . .. s.~!y .~~~~~~..~~~~~.!!..~~ .~~.9. ~~~.~ ~!~9.~~..~~.~ ..~P.P..~ ~.~~ ~!.~ :............ ...................... ........... .......... ............................... CITY MANAGER RECOMMENDATION: Adopt the ordinance with the boundaries of Site Specific Request £;~æ~~ilu~~~;âæ~;~;¡~~;;~~ ~~ti1!¡JW~~~~~m~"! (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: APPROVED DENIED TABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION COUNCIL BILL # ORDINANCE # RESOLUTION # ,.)c'.r- /'~~"<~ (;/ / . / ::LI ( / C:;,f- - ~~'-¿ cJ: -~ / ( /1 7/ ;;'~f- /. -L// .~75' r CITY OF FEDERAL WAY MEMORANDUM December 8, 1998 TO: Mayor and City Council Members FROM: Gregory D. Moore, AICP, Director of Community Development Services Margaret H. Clark, AICP, Senior Planner SUBJECT: 1998 Comprehensive Plan Update -- Follow-Up on Boundaries of Comprehensive Plan Amendment Site Specific Request No.1 (Weyerhaeuser Residential North Annexation) I. BACKGROUND The first reading of the ordinance to adopt amendments to the Comprehensive Plan and zoning map, and development regulations in Chapters 20 and 22 was held on November 17, 1998. During the second reading at the December 1, 1998 meeting, it was discovered that there was a discrepancy between the proposed annexation and comprehensive plan boundaries. Based on the request of Peter Orser, representing the Weyerhaeuser Corporation, Council tabled action on both the annexation request and adoption of the comprehensive plan until the December 15, 1998 meeting to allow resolution of issues. II. PROCEDURAL SUMMARY In December 1997, Weyerhaeuser met with City staff to discuss the requested annexation and comprehensive plan and zoning designations. Based on those discussions, staff worked with the GIS department, which prepared a map ofthe Weyerhaeuser north area. This map included the portion of Tract 17 now at issue, as shown on Exhibit A. On January 26, 1998, Weyerhaeuser submitted its formal written request for pre-annexation comprehensive plan designation and zoning for the North Area (Site Specific Request No.1). According to Weyerhaeuser, the map included with this request inadvertently omitted Tract 17. Staff was unaware of this, however, and GIS prepared a map based on the December 1997 information (Exhibit A) which included Tract 17. Exhibit A was used during the City's environmental review and the Planning Commission's public hearings on May 6 - July 1, 1998. Between the end of the planning commission public hearings on July 1, 1998 and the first Land Use Transportation Committee (LUTC) meeting on the comprehensive plan amendments on August 17, 1998, Weyerhaeuser's 10 percent annexation petition was presented to the LUTe. The map accompanying the 10 percent annexation petition did not include Parcel 551560-0090 (Tract 17) (Exhibit B). As a result, the City adjusted the boundaries of Site Specific Request No.1 by taking out Tract 17. Peter Orser of the Quadrant Corporation testified at the December 1, 1998 City Council meeting that it was always Quadrant's intention to seek a Federal Way comprehensive plan designation and zoning for Parcel 17 even though it was not included in the annexation. After the entire area, including Tract 17, was given the comprehensive plan designation and zoning, Quadrant would apply for annexation of Tract 17. I III. STAFF CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION The change in the boundary to exclude Tract 17 occurred late in the comprehensive plan amendment process and was based on staffs assumption, drawn from the annexation petitions, that Weyerhaeuser was not pursuing annexation of Tract 17. The boundaries of the area shown in Exhibit A, which includes Tract 17, were the boundaries that were the subject of environmental review, public notice and the public hearing process before the Planning Commission. Therefore, the Council may include Tract 17 within the area to which it will assign a Comprehensive Plan and zoning designation. Staff therefore recommends that Tract 17 be included in the Comprehensive plan amendment request for Site Specific Request No.1. Staff has, however, requested that Weyerhaeuser document its ownership of Tract 17, to ensure that there is no conflict between Weyerhaeuser and any other potential owner as to future development of the property. As of the date of this memorandum, however, such documentation has not yet been received, so staff has conditioned their recommendation on the following: Weyerhaeuser shall provide documentation that they own or have an option to buy Tract 17. If Weyerhaeuser has only an option to buy, the record owner must submit a signed request for the Comprehensive Plan designation of Multi-Family and the zoning designation ofRM 3600. Ifthe documentation for purchase and request for comprehensive plan designation is not provided by the December 15, 1998 City Council meeting, Tract 17 shall be eliminated from the proposal. [:\COMPAMND\[20298.CCR/December 9, [998 IThe development agreement would not need to be changed at a later date, since the agreement provides that if Tract) 7 is subsequently annexed, its development by Weyerhaeuser shall be subject to the agreement. 2 (r;) ~ .f!! e: ~. s CIi uj > <C "0 c: '" <'J , 0005 0010 0015 551560- 0020 I 0026 0025 I 0000 8. 320th 81. FEDERAL IW A V CITY ILiMITS Entire Site: Proposed Comprehensive Plan Designation: MULTIFAMILY Proposed Zoning: RM 3600 CIi ~ ;: 0035 0037 FIRE STATION  en t: ~ L--- ----_1__S.,_32JstSL :J > !::: 0 > c( :: ...I c( ~ W LL Site Specific Request #1 The City of Federal Way Vicinity! Parcel Map Legend: IÍIII. . Federal Way City limits Specific Site Request Area Boundary c=J Specific Site Request Area c=J City of Federal Way ..... Vicinity Map Scale: 1 to 4440 1 Inch equals 370 Feet 0 500 Feet ~ ~¡:;=3[I" <.rß'(K l f~ ~~ = C'.IS DIVISION lusers/mikes/proiect/annelCissr1.aml ~ .::: .f!! c., (¡j .,.;;;; .s: v:i LJ..i :> <>: .., c:: "" C") / / .d. t// ~~ .fl"" ~ ~- ---/--- ~// 551560- 0005 0010 0015 0020 0026 0025 I 0030 S. 320th St. FEDERAL IW A Y CITY ILiMITS en ~ ~ :;; '" :::0 ~ .s: :;; f; ~ Entire Site: Proposed Comprehensive Plan Designation: MULTIFAMILY Proposed Zoning: RM 3600 to- to- to- Tract 17 0035 0037 FIRE STATION  en t: :E ::¡ > t: 0 > <I: 3: -' <I: a: UJ c UJ u. Site Specific Request #1 The City of Federal Way Vicinity! Parcel Map Legend: ... Federal Way City Limits ..... Specific Site Request Area Boundary c=J Specific Site Request Area C:=J City of Federal Way Vicinity Map Scale: 1 to 4440 1 Inch equals 370 Feet 0 500 Feet = -~~ ß 4 (§D)~~~Jb N ~~ ~ GIS DIVISION lusers/mikes/projecUannerJssrl.aml ORDINANCE NO. DRA.Fl AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON, ADOPTING AMENDMENTS TO THE CITY'S GROWTH MANAGEMENT ACT COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, ADOPTING AMENDMENTS TO DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS CONTAINED IN CHAPTERS 20 AND 22 OF THE FEDERAL WAY CITY CODE, AND ADOPTING AMENDMENTS TO THE CITY'S ZONING MAP, WHEREAS, the Growth Management Act of 1990, as amended, (Chapter 36.70A RCW or "GMA") requires the City of Federal Way to adopt a comprehensive plan which includes a land use element (including a land use map), a housing element, a capital facilities plan element, a utilities element and a transportation element (including transportation system map(s)); and WHEREAS, the GMA also requires the City of Federal Way to adopt development regulations implementing its Comprehensive Plan; and WHEREAS, the Federal Way City Council adopted its Comprehensive Plan with land use map (the "Plan") on November 21, 1995, and adopted development regulations and a zoning map implementing the Plan on July 2, 1996; and WHEREAS, under RCW 36.70A130, the Plan and development regulations are subject to continuing review and evaluation, but the Plan may be amended no more than one time per year; and WHEREAS, the City may consider Plan and development regulation amendments - pursuant to Article IX, Chapter 22 of the Federal Way City Code ("FWCC"); and ORD# , PAGE I WHEREAS, in 1998 the City of Federal Way accepted applications for parcel- specific changes to Plan's land use and transportation system maps, and the City's zoning map, and considered amendments to the Plan's and development regulations' text; and WHEREAS, on May 4, 1998, the City SEP A Responsible Official issued a Determination of Nonsignificance on the proposed map changes and Plan and development regulation text amendments; and WHEREAS, the Plan amendments address all of the goals and requirements set forth in the Growth Management Act; and WHEREAS, the City of Federal Way, through its staff, Planning Commission, City Council committees, and full City Council has received, discussed and considered the testimony, written comments and material from the public, in that: 1. the City's Planning Commission considered the requests for Plan land use map and transportation system map changes and for zoning map changes, and considered the proposed Plan and development regulation amendments, at public hearings held on May 6, 1998, May 20, 1998, June 3, 1998, June 17, 1998 and July 1, 1998, following which it approved and recommended adoption of certain map changes and Plan and development regulation amendments; 2. the Land Use and Transportation Committee of the Federal Way City èouncil conducted public hearings consisting of special meetings of the whole City Council on the requested map changes and on the Plan and proposed development regulation amendments on August 17, 1998, September 14, 1998, September 21,1998, October 5, 1998, October 19,1998, and Nov 2, 1998, following which it recommended adoption of certain of the requested map changes and denial of others, and recommended adoption of the Plan and development regulation amendments; and ORD# , PAGE 2 3. the full City Council considered the matter at its meetings on November 17, 1998 and ; and WHEREAS, the City Council desires to adopt the Plan and development regulation amendments, and certain of the requested map changes; NOW, THEREFORE, THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON, DOES HEREBY ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Findings. A. The proposed amendments to the Comprehensive Plan, as set forth in Exhibit A hereto, reflect new or updated information, developed since the initial adoption of the Comprehensive Plan, on capital improvements, transportation system standards, and comprehensive plan policies. They therefore bear a substantial relationship to public health, safety, and welfare, are in the best interest of the residents of the City, and are consistent with the requirements of RCW 36.70A, the King County Countywide Planning Policies, and the unamended portion of the Plan. B. The proposed amendments to the Comprehensive Plan land use and transportation system maps, as set forth in Exhibit D hereto, are compatible with adjacent land uses and surrounding neighborhoods, and will not negatively affect open space, streams, lakes or wetlands, or the physical environment in general. They will allow for growth and development consistent with the Plan's overall vision and with the Plan's land use element household and job projections, and/or will allow reasonable use of property subject to constraints necessary to protect environmentally sensitive areas. They therefore bear a substantial relationship to public health, safety, and welfare, are in the best interest of the residents of the City, and are consistent with the .. ORD# , PAGE 3 requirements ofRCW 36.70A, the King County Countywide Planning Policies, and the unamended portion of the Plan. C. The proposed amendments to the zoning map, and to the development regulations, as set forth in Exhibits B, C, and D hereto, are consistent with the applicable provisions of the comprehensive plan, bear a substantial relation to public health, safety and welfare, and are in the best interest of the residents of the City. Section 2. Comprehensive Plan Amendments Adoption. The 1995 City of Federal Way Comprehensive Plan, including its land use element map and transportation system maps, a copies of which are on file with the Office of the City Clerk, hereby are and shall be amended as set forth in Exhibits A and D hereto, a copy of which is on file with the Office of the City Clerk and which documents are hereby incorporated by this reference as if set forth in full. Section 3. Development Regulations and Zoning Map Amendments Adoption. The development regulations of the City of Federal Way, specifically, Chapters 20 and 22 of the FWCC, are hereby amended as set forth in Exhibits B, C and D hereto, a copy of which are on file with the Office of the City Clerk and which documents are hereby incorporated by this reference as if set forth in full. Section 4. Amendment Authority. The adoption of Plan and development regulation amendments in Sections 1 and 2 above is pursuant to the authority granted by Chapters 36.70A and 35A.63 RCW, and pursuant to FWCC 22-537. Section 5. Severability. The provisions of this ordinance are declared separate and severable. The invalidity of any clause, sentence, paragraph, subdivision, section, or portion of this ordinance or the invalidity of the application thereof to any person or circumstance, shall not affect ORD# , PAGE 4 the validity of the remainder of the ordinance, or the validity of its application to other persons or circumstances. Section 6. Savings Clause. The 1995 City of Federal Way Comprehensive Plan, and Chapters 20 and 22 of the Federal Way City Code, shall remain in force and effect until the amendments thereto become operative upon the effective date of this ordinance. Section 7. Ratification. Any act consistent with the authority and prior to the effective date of this ordinance is hereby ratified and affirmed. Section 8. 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 ,1998. CITY OF FEDERAL WAY MAYOR, RONALD L. GINTZ ATTEST: CITY CLERK, N. CHRISTINE GREEN, CMC ORD# , PAGE 5 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:ICDlORDINA ICOMPPLAN. 98 ORD# , PAGE 6 MEETING DATE: December 15, 1998 ITEM# .PI / .CN ....................................................................................................................................................................................................... .............................................. CITY OF FEDERAL WAY City Council AGENDA ITEM SUBJECT: Ordinance adopting the "Residential North" Development .....................................................~.g!.~.~~.~~!..................................................................................................................................... ........................ CATEGORY: BUDGET IMPACT: N/ A _CONSENT _RESOLUTION ..x...ORDINANCE STAFF REPORT - BUSINESS PROCLAMATION HEARING _STUDY SESSION FYI OTHER Amount Budgeted: $ Expenditure Amt: $ Contingency Reqd: $ ....................................................................................................................................,.................................................................. .............................................. ATTACHMENTS: Proposed ordinance, development agreement, and legal description; and memos tì-om ...~~.~. ~~~ ..~~..çg ~~.~!Y..P.~.Y.~~ ~P.~~~~. 'p'~p~~~~~!~..~.~~.~q'p'~~~.~~~~.~!.} .~~~ :...................................................................... SUMMARYIBACKGROUND: On 5/27/98 the City received a 10% petition tì-om Weyerhauser to annex a certain property located north ofS 320th Street, east ofI-5, and west of Military Road. On 7/21/98 the City Council accepted the petition with boundary modification and consideration of a development agreement. In August, 1998 Weyerhauser submitted a 60% petition for annexation and proposed development agreement. The City Council public hearing on the annexation and development agreement was held 11117/98, at which time Council directed changes to the development agreement and moved the ordinance to second reading on 12/1/98. At that meeting the Council reviewed the requested, staff- proposed amendments and continued the decision to the 12/15/98 meeting. Council also had a question about school impact fees, which is addressed in the attached memo tì-om Community Development Services. Also attached is a memo tì-om the Law Department summarizing changes to the development agreement to date. ....................................................................................................................................................................................................... .............................................. CITY MANAGER RECOMMENDATION: Adopt the ordinaR~ ~nd authorize the city manager to sign ...~~.~.~~.y'~~~p'~~~!..~g~~.~~~.~~:................... ........................,......................... ..... j.f.~/l..Ul~4.,;¡............ ...... .......................................... .... APPROVED FOR INCLUSION IN COUNCIL ~¡ /. PACKET: d!JJY (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CIlY CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: _APPROVED DENIED ,.v7ABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION . "/-r; / î /; <- / ~.( f' (" ~ " , ,. I ) COUNCIL BILL # 1st Reading Enactment Reading ORDINANCE # RESOLUTION # . " (' (,' .:::>'-- - '+- '/(/I}«;'J;- - / ' '-;J JL~' ,./ CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY ATTORNEY'S OFFICE Memorandum DATE: December 9, 1998 TO: FROM: City Councilmembers Bob C. Sterb~uty City Attorney SUBJECT: Summary of Changes to Weyerhaeuser Development Agreement North Pursuant to Council's direction at its November 17 meeting, staff negotiated with Weyerhaeuser and prepared several amendments to the Development Agreement North. Although many of the changes were discussed in detail at the December 1 meeting, this memorandum was prepared as a "quick reference" summary of the changes that were made. Page 2. paragraph 1 a. Owner occupancy requirement. Language was added requiring that, for a period of one year following the initial sale of any condominium unit, that unit may be occupied only by the unit owner(s) of record and/or their immediate family. b. Total unit cap. Development is limited to 82 units, whether detached single family or attached townhomes. c. Priority for detached single family dwelling units. Priority given to development of detached single family dwellings (either as fee simple ownership or condominiums). The only exception to this priority will occur "in the event that development of up to 82 detached single family dwelling units is not feasible by reason of topography or application of Federal Way City Code requirements or other applicable regulations..... " d. Definitions of "Townhome"and "Condominium. " At Council's request, definitions of "Townhome" and "Condominium" were added. "Townhome" is defined as: A series of single-family units constructed in a row no greater than 120 feet in length, where: (a) each unit has its own front entrance to the outside; (b) no unit is located over or under another unit; and (cteach unit is separated from any other adjacent unit by one or more vertical, common, fire-resistant walls. Memo to Federal Way City Council Re: Summary of Changes to Weyerhaeuser Development Agreement North Date: December 9, 1998 Page 2 "Condominium" is defined as set forth in RCW 64.34.020(9), which provides: "Condominium" means real property, portions of which are designated for separate ownership and the remainder of which is designated for common ownership solely by the owners of those portions. Real property is not a condominium unless the undivided interests in the common elements are vested in the unit owners, and unless a declaration and a survey map and plans have been recorded pursuant to this Chapter. e. Clarification: "units" means "dwelling units". At the December 1 Council meeting, some Council members questioned whether a "unit" could include space for more than one family. The density cap in the agreement before the Council on December 1 referred to "82 dwelling units." "Dwelling units are defined in the Federal Way Code (FWCC 22-1) as: One or more rooms in a structure or structures, excluding mobile homes, providing complete, independent living facilities exclusively for one family. (Emphasis added). Therefore, a "dwelling unit" for purposes of the development agreement means a unit exclusively for one family. Since the December 1 meeting, the word "dwelling" was inserted before "unit" in a few additional places in Paragraph 1 to eliminate any potential confusion. Page 3. paragraph 4.2. Vesting. Language was added clarifying the vesting requirements, based on technical comments from King County, to provide greater protection to the City and ensure that vesting under Federal Way Codes would occur only in lieu of vesting to King County Codes. This protects the City from potential "double vesting" and disputes or litigation as to which standard (the City's or King County's) would govern in any given instance. Page 5. paragraph 5.15. Additional Annexation. A new paragraph, 5.15, was added to provide that the Development Agreement will govern should Weyerhaeuser petition for annexation of the Tract 17 parcel. This is the property omitted from the 60 percent annexation petition. Memo to Federal Way City Council Re: Summary of Changes to Weyerhaeuser Development Agreement North Date: December 9, 1998 Page 3 Law Department and Community Development Services staff will be available to provide additional explanation of any of these changes prior to or during the December 15 council meeting" K:\counmemo\weyerexp.mem ," CITY OF . . ~ - -~ - - -- - - -- (253) 661-4000 FEDERAL WAY, WA 98003-6210 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT SERVICES MEMORANDUM TO: Federal Way City Council FR:~ Moore, AICP, Director of Community Development Services RE: School Impact Fees: "Residential North" Condominium Development DT: December 8, 1998 This memo responds to a question about school impact fees asked by Council at the December 1, 1998 Council meeting. The question was: will the the proposed condominiums be assessed at the "single family" or "multi-family" rate for school impact fees? (The City's current impact fee rate per dwelling unit is: Single Family - $2,882; Multi-Family - $874.) As you know, a final determination on school impact fees can only be made on the basis of a formal development application. However, based on a review of the preliminary proposal, the impact fee ordinance, and discussion with the Federal Way School District, assessment at the single family rate is anticipated for the following reasons. The applicant's preliminary proposal consists of 82 detached condominium units, with unit sizes ranging ITom 1,100 to 2,200 square feet. The average assessed valuation is .anticipated to be approximately $112,500 per unit. (This is 75% of the average market value of$150,000, which was projected by Quadrant for purposes of the annexation analysis.) The city's school impact fee ordinance does not provide a clear definition for single family and multi- family dwelling units. Also, no definitional guidance is given in the school district's capital facilities plan, which sets forth the formula for calculating impact fees under the ordinance, nor in the Federal Way City Code (FWCC). Implementing the ordinance has not been a problem, since residential development has fallen along traditional lines, i.e. single family units are typically detached, and multi-family units are attached. However, the proposed detached condominiums is a newer form of condominium development whose classification requires interpretation. The intent and assumptions used in determining student generation factors for single family and multi- family, set forth in the district's capital facilities plan and used as the basis for impact fee calculations, were discussed with Jody Putman, Director of Business Services, Federal Way School District. She indicated that student generation factors are based on an annual formula, derived ttom average assessed valuation, as reported by the King County Assessor's office. Average assessed valuation for multi-family units is currently $35,000 and $144,000 for single family. She indicated that the assessed valuation of a traditional attached condominium is comparable to multi-family. However, assessed valuation of the proposed detached units, as well as resulting density, are expected to be more comparable to single family development as contemplated in the school impact fee formula. She also noted that King County amended their school impact fee ordinance to clarify that all detached residential units (including condominiums) shall be treated as single family, not multi-family. If so, the proposed development under King County would have the single family impact fee rate. Under the development agreement, residential density on the condominium site is capped at 6 units per gross acre. Under the Federal Way City Code, a density of six units per acre is comparable to the zoning classification RS- 7200, which is designated by the Federal Way Comprehensive Plan (FWCP) as Single Family-High Density. The overall intent of the school impact fee ordinance is to assess proportionate development fees based on a student generation formula historically associated with single family and multi-family development. Based on the preliminary proposal, which includes detached dwelling units having a size, value, and overall density more comparable to single family than multi-family, with similar overall impact, school impact fees are expected to be assessed accordingly at the single family rate. As indicated above, this determination is subject to change based upon the development application. Attachment: Ordinance No. 97-293 " ( ORDINANCE NO. 97-293 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON, AMENDING ARTICLE VI, CHAPTER 14 OF THE FEDERAL WAY CITY CODE AUTHORIZING THE COLLECTION OF SCHOOL IMPACT FEES; INCORPORATING THE FORMULA FOR CALCULATING SCHOOL IMPACT FEES WITHIN ARTICLE VI, CHAPTER 14 OF THE FEDERAL WAY CITY CODE, AND PROVIDING FOR THE ANNUAL SUBMISSION, REVIEW, AND ADOPTION BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF A SCHOOL IMPACT FEE SCHEDULE. (AMENDS ORDINANCE NO. 95-249) WHEREAS, section 14-212 (a) of the Federal Way city Code provides that school impaèt fees shall be calculated based on the formula set forth in the Federal Way School District No. 210's Capital Facilities Plan; and WHEREAS, section 14-218 of the Federal Way city Code provides ( that the city Council shall review and update the fee schedule in the District's capital Facilities Plan on an annual basis; and WHEREAS, the District's Capital Facilities Plan is incorporated by reference within the Federal Way Comprehensive Plan Capital Facilities Element; and WHEREAS, RCW 36.70A.130 requires that a city may amend its comprehensive plan no more than once per year, absent an emergency or other special circumstances; and WHEREAS, impact fee schedules have varied in amount from year to year due in part to the data upon which the fee calculation has historically been based; and WHEREAS, modification of the impact fee calculation formula would provide greater stability and consistency in impact fee schedules from year to year; and ORD #97-293, PAGE 1 CCOr?lr .. ... .,-... . ;0:.;. ( WHEREAS, the timing and efficiency of City Council review of the District's proposed fee schedule would be enhanced by incorporation of the fee calculation formula within Chapter 14, Article VI of the Federal Way city Code; NOW, THEREFORE, THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON, DOES HEREBY ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS: section 1. Chapter 14, Article VI, Section 14-212 is amended as follows: Sec. 14-212. Fee C~lculations. A. The impact fees for the District shall be calculated based on the formula set forth in the Distxict.s Capital Facilities Pran Exhibit A attached to this Ordinance. A copy of the fee calculation formula shall be kept on file with this Ordinance in \ the office of the Federal Way City Clerk. Such formula shall take into account the following: The capital facilities needs of the District as identified in the Capital Facilities Plan, the District's student generation rates for single family and multi- family dwelling units, the school \ site and school construction costs per student per grade level, the District's standard of service, and the relocatable facilities cost per student per grade level. B. Separate fees shall be calculated for single family and multi-family dwelling units, and separate student generation rates must be determined by the District for each type of dwelling unit. For purposes of this Ordinance, manufactured homes shall be treated as single family dwelling units and duplexes shall be treated as ORD 197-293, PAGE 2 ( multi-family dwelling units. c. The fee calculations shall be made on a district-wide basis to assure maximum utilization of all school facilities in the District currently used for instructional purposes. Impact fees shall be calculated annually and set forth in a fee schedule adopted by City Council pursuant to section 14-218 and 14-219 of the Federal Way City Code. D. The formula in the Disb: ict 's Capital Facilities Flail Exhibit A provides a cred!t for the anticipated tax contributions that would be made by the development based on historical levels of voter support for bond issue in the District, which historical levels shall be determined by the District. E. The formula also provides for a credit for school sites ( or facilities actually provided by a developer which the District finds to be acceptable as provided for in Sec. 14-214 herein. section 2. Chapter 14, Article VI, section 14-213 of the Federal Way city Code is amended as follows: Sec 14-213. Assessment of Impact Fees. , A. The City shall collect school impact fees, based on the fee schedule in the District's Capital Facilities Flail adopted by City Council, from any applicant seeking development approval from the City where such development activity requires the issuance of a residential building permit or a manufactured home permit. B. The impact fees due on a plat or a PUD shall be assessed and collected from the lot owner at the time when the building permits for each dwelling unit is issued, using the fee schedule ORD 197-293, PAGE 3 ( then in effect. Residential developments proposed for short plats shall not be governed by this subsection, but shall be governed by subsection C below. C. For existing lots or lots not covered by subsection B above, applications for single family and multi-family'residential building permits, manufactured home permits, and site plan approval for manufactured home parks proposed, the total amount of the impact fees shall be assessed and collected from the applicant when the building permit is i~sued, using the fee schedule then in effect. Irrespecti ve of the date that the application for a building permit or manufactured home permit was submitted, no permit shall be issued until the required school impact fees set forth in the fee schedule have been paid. ( D. The City shall not issue the required building permit or manufactured home permit unless and until the impact fees set forth in the fee schedule have been paid. section 3. Chapter 14, Article VI, section 14-218 of the Federal Way City Code is amended as,follows: Sec. 14-218. Submission o~ District capital Facilities Plan and Data. On an annual basis, no later than May 1 of each year, the District shall submit the following materials to the City: A. The annual update of the District's Capital Facilities - Plan, illcludihg all updated fee calculatiol1 alld a :t:ev ised fee schedule..;.. B.... An updated fee calculationf and a proposed revised fee ORD 197-293, PAGE 4 ( schedule which reflect the update to the District's Capital Facilities Planr and B .c. An annual report on the School Impact Fee Account, showing the source and amount of all monies collected, earned, or received, and the public improvements that were financed in whole or in part by impact fees. section 4. Chapter 14, Article VI, section 14-218 of the Federal Way city Code is amended as follows: Sec. 14-219. Revie1(. The fee schedule ill the Dist:l:: ict' s Capital Facilities Plah shall be reviewed "-lid updated by the Council 011 all allnual basis after the Coullcil receives the District's Capital Facilities Plall alld r epor t r equÌ1:: ad uhder 3ac. 14 218. The city Council shall ( review on an annual basis the materials received from the District and required under Sec. 14-218. The city Council may make adjustments to the fee schedule as necessitated by its review. or applicable law and if the City council deems appropriate, shall adopt the fee schedule by resolution. , The review and fee schedule adoption decision may occur in conjunction with the annual update of the capital facilities plan element of the City's comprehènsive plan. section 5. Severability. The provisions of this ordinance are declared separate and severable. The invalidity of any clause, sentence, paragraph, subdivision, section, or portion of this ordinance or the invalidity of the application thereof to any person or ORD 197-293 , PAGE 5 . -.'- ""-".-" "'-., ._" ( 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. Rati~ication. Any act consistent with the authority and prior to the effective date of this ardinance is hereby ratified and affirmed. section 7. Effective Date. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force thirty (30) days from the time of its final passage, as provided by l~w. PASSED by the City Council of the City of Federal Way this 15th day of April , 1997. CITY OF FEDERAL WAY ( ) .~ / ,,'j?;/L 4' /' ~YOR, MARLON S. PRIEST .' ATTEST: APPROVED AS TO FORM: ---- - - ~ , - . ~ r- -, /~<>~:> , LOÑDlK.-~~;;~-' .~. FILED WITH THE CITY CLERK: PASSED BY THE CITY COUNCIL: PUBLISHED: EFFECTIVE DATE: ORDINANCE NO. 97-293 03-25-97 04-15-97 04-19-97 05-15-97 K:\ordin\schimfee.amd ORD I 97-293 , PAGE 6 EXHIBIT A TABLE FOR CALCULATING SCHOOL IMPACT FEE OBLIGATIONS FOR RESIDENTIAL DWELLING UNITS (fO BE SEP ARA TEL Y CALCULATED FOR SINGLE FAMILY AND MUL TIF AMIL Y UNITS) ( A I = Elementary school site cost per student(1) X the student factoP) A2= MiddlelJwùor high school site cost per student X student factor A3= High School site cost per student X student factor A= AI+A2+A3 B I = Elementary school construction cost per student(l) X student factor B2= MiddlelJwúor high school construction cost per student X student factor B3= High School construction cost per student X student factor B= (BI+B2+B3) X sQuare footal!e of penn anent facilities total square footage of facilities C I = Elementary school temporary facility cost per student X student factor C2= MiddlelJwúor high school temporary facility cost per student X student factor C3= High School temporary facility cost per student X student factor C= (CI+C2+C3) X square footage oftemoorarv facilities total square footage of facilities D I = Boeckh index X SPI Square footage per student for elementary school X state match % X student factor ~ D2= Boeckh index X SPI Square footage per student for middleljwúor high school X state match % X student factor D3= Boeckh index X SPI Square footage per student for high school X state match % X student factor D= D1 +D2+D3 TC= « I + 1)1°) - 1 X average assessed value for the dwelling unit type in the school district. X CUITent school district capital property tax levy rate where 1 = the CUITent interest rate as stated in the Bond Buyer Twenty Bond General Obligation Bond Index. FC= Value of site or facilities vrovided directly by the develovment number of dwelling wùts in development Total Unfimded Need = A+B+C+D-TC= + + A B C Subtotal D TC DEVELOPER FEE OBLIGATION Less FC (if applicable) NET FEE OBLIGATION TOTAL UNFUNDED NEED UN = DIVIDED BY 2 = Notes to the Impact Fee Calculation Fonnula: 1) Construction/Site cost per student: The construction cost per student as prescribed in the fonnula shall mean the cost of construction/site acquisition of the most recently completed schools for each grade span divided by the average number of students per school in their respective grade span. 2) Student Factor: The student generating factor shall mean the simple average of samplings of new developments constructed within the last 5 years. Whenever feasible, a minimum of two samples shall be selected from each of the five year periods. The Plan shall identify the developments and the years they are constructed. Should the data not be available due to lack of construction activities, the neighboring districts (Auburn, if available, Kent, and Higlùine) average may be used as pennitted by the Ordinance. The above notes are to provide clarification of the variables used in the fonnula. It is the City's intent through the clarification of the variables to create consistency, stability, and predictability in future fees. It may be necessary for the City Council to revisit these definitions and establish others from time to time to ensure the intent is achieved. ORDINANCE NO. DRAFT /':-/(.1/7-'y' AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON, APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO EXECUTE A DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT WITH THE WEYERHAEUSER COMPANY AND THE FEDERAL WAY FIRE DISTRICT NO. 39. WHEREAS, RCW 35A.14.010 authorizes the City of Federal Way to annex any portion of a county not incorporated as part of a city or town but lying contiguous to the City of Federal Way; and WHEREAS, on May 27, 1998, pursuant to RCW 35A.14.120, the Weyerhaeuser Company, as owner of not less than ten percent (10%) in assessed valuation of the property proposed for annexation, as certified by the City Clerk, filed a Notice oflntention to Petition for Annexation to the City of Federal Way approximately 25.7 acres of property ("Annexation Property") contiguous to a north boundary of the City of Federal Way; and WHEREAS, Weyerhaeuser had already requested, on January 26, 1998, that a Comprehensive Plan and zoning designation be applied to its property; and - WHEREAS, the Federal Way Fire District No. 39 is the owner of property adjacent to the property Weyerhaeuser seeks to have annexed by the City; and WHEREAS, the City Council detennined to add the Fire District property to the annexation area, and WHEREAS, on July 21, 1998, the City Council accepted the 10% Petition, authorized the preparation of a Petition for Annexation as modified by addition of the Fire District Property, ORD# ,PAGEl ", required adoption of a Comprehensive Plan and zoning designation prior to or concurrent with the annexation, required the assumption of a pro rata proportion of existing City indebtedness by the area to be annexed, and required preparation of a development agreement pursuant to RCW 36. 70B.170; and WHEREAS, the annexation action is exempt from all environmental review pursuant to RCW 43.21c.222; and WHEREAS, on August2l, 1998, Weyerhaeuser submitted a Petition for Annexation, which the City Clerk has certified as containing the signatures of the owners of at least sixty (60%) of the assessed valuation of the property proposed for annexation; and WHEREAS, on November 17, 1998, the City Council held a public hearing, after public notice as required by law, on the proposed annexation of the subject property, and on the proposed development agreement between the City, Weyerhaeuser, and the Fire District; and WHEREAS, on November 17, 1998, the City Council adopted Resolution No. 98- 279, declaring and giving notice of its intention to annex the subject property; and WHEREAS, in anticipation of annexation and pursuant to RCW 36.70B.170, the City, the Weyerhaeuser Company and the Federal Way Fire District negotiated a development agreement, a copy of which is attached hereto as Exhibit A and incorporated by reference; WHEREAS, the City Council considered this Ordinance at its November 17, 1998 and December 1, and December 15, 1998 meetings; and WHEREAS, the City Council finds that it would promote the health, safety and welfare of the citizens of Federal Way to: (1) approve and authorize the City Manager to execute a development agreement between the City, the Weyerhaeuser Company and the Federal Way Fire ORD# , PAGE 2 District; and (2) annex the Annexation Property NOW, THEREFORE, THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON, DOES HEREBY ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Findings. The City Council hereby finds that: Ao The proposed development agreement limits the density of the Annexation Property by requiring that any development of the property owned by the Weyerhaeuser Company be limited to a density no greater than 6 units per gross acre, and constructed in the fonD of either detached single-family dwellings or attached single-family condominium townhomes. These proposed development agreement places the same limitations upon any change of use of the Fire District's property. B. The limitations will produce a density that is lower than what would otherwise be allowed under existing King County zoning regulations, or under the RM 3600 Federal Way zoning designation requested by the Weyerhaeuser Company for the Annexation Property. C. The proposed development agreement also provides for the vesting of a Weyerhaeuser development application to the City of Federal Way zoning regulations, rather than King County's zoning regulations. D. The proposed development agreement will not be detrimental to existing or potential surrounding land uses as defined by the Comprehensive Plan, because any development will be subject to existing Federal Way City Code provisions concerning drainage, landscaping, parking, - traffic, height, noise, and future use. These provisions protect the existing and potential surrounding land uses from any potential adverse impacts. E. In light of the Findings in subsections loA - I.D above, the proposed development ORD# , PAGE 3 agreement bears a substantial relation to the public health, safety, and general welfare of the City. Section 2. Conclusions of Law. Based on the Findings of Fact set forth in Section I above, the development agreement is consistent with the criteria set forth in RCW 36.70B.170. Section 3. Development Agreement. The City Council hereby authorizes the City Manager to enter into the development agreement attached as Exhibit A hereto, and to take all further and necessary action required by the development agreement. Section 4. Severability. The provisions of this ordinance are declared separate and severable. The invalidity of any clause, sentence, paragraph, subdivision, section, or portion of this ordinance or the invalidity of the application thereof to any person or circumstance, shall not affect the validity of the remainder of the ordinance, or the validity of its application to other persons or circumstances. Section 5. Ratification. Any act consistent with the authority and prior to the effective date of this ordinance is hereby ratified and affirmed. Section 6. Effective Date. This ordinance shall be effective thirty (30) days after passage and publication as provided by law. PASSED by the City Council of the City of Federal Way this day of , 1998. CITY OF FEDERAL WAY MA YOR, RON GINTZ ORD# , PAGE 4 ATTEST: CITY CLERK, N. CHRISTINE GREEN, CMC APPROVED AS TO FORM: CITY ATTORNEY, LONDI K. LINDELL FILED WITH THE CITY CLERK: PASSED BY THE CITY COUNCIL: PUBLISHED: EFFECTIVE DATE: ORDINANCE NO. K:\CD\ORDIN\DEVELAGR. WYH ORD# , PAGE 5 After recording, return to: Federal Way City Attorney's Office 33530 1st Way S. Federal Way, WA 98003 DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT BETWEEN CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WEYERHAEUSER CORPORATION AND FEDERAL WAY FIRE DISTRICT NO. 39 This Agreement, made and entered into this - day of , 1998, by and between the Weyerhaeuser Corporation, a Washington corporation ("Weyerhaeuser"), and Federal Way Fire District No. 39 ("District"), on the one hand, and the City of Federal Way, Washington, a municipal corporation ("City"), on the other (collectively "the parties"). RECITALS A. Weyerhaeuser is the owner of certain undeveloped real property ("Weyerhaeuser Property") located within King County but within the Potential Annexation Area of the City of Federal Way. The Weyerhaeuser Property located north of and adjacent to S. 320th Street and is specifically described in Exhibit" A" attached hereto and incorporated herein. B. The-District is the owner of certain real property ("District Property") located in King County and within the Potential Annexation Area of the City of Federal Way. The District Property, currently developed with a fire station, is legally described as the south 250 feet of Tract 7, Midway Suburban Tracts, according to the plat thereof recorded in Volume 38 of Plats, Page 40 in King County, Washington. The District Property is also included within the legal description contained in Exhibit A, attached hereto and incorporated herein. C. Weyerhaeuser and the District have requested that the City of Federal Way annex the Weyerhaeuser and District Property, and have submitted a petition requesting the sam: signed by the owners of more than 60% of the assessed value of the two Properties (60% Petition). D. The City's willingness to accept the 60% Petition, and to submit a Notice of Intention to Annex the Property to the Washington State Boundary Review Board for King County, is conditioned upon limitations on density of development or redevelopment of the - Weyerhaeuser and District Property necessary to protect the public health, safety and welfare. E. The City has authority under RCW 36. 70B.170-.210 to enter into a development agreement as part of a proposed annexation, to set development standards to govern development and use of the property to be annexed. The City also has authority under RCW 39.34 to enter into an interlocal agreement with another governmental entity. NOW, THEREFORE, for and in consideration of the City's acceptance of the 60% petition, the parties agree as follows: E-yh/h/I i1 1;; D,c/; ~ hc( Development Agreement City of Federal Way, Fire District and Weyerhaeuser Corporation - S. 320th Property Page 2 1. Development of Weyerhaeuser Property. Weyerhaeuser covenants and agrees that, regardless of the density or uses available under the zoning designation applicable to Weyerhaeuser Property, Weyerhaeuser will limit any development of the Weyerhaeuser Property to no more than 82 dwelling units,Æ; a density no greater than 6 units per gross acre, calculated prior to deduction of areas required for public street right-of-way. Weyerhaeuser further covenants and agrees that the principal use of any development will be either detached single- family dwelling~ units (either as fee simple or condominiums). or attached singlc family townhomes c6n66miniöms and that. if condominiums. the declaration of condominium executed and recorded under RCW 64.34.216(n) will include the requirement that. for a period of one year following the initial sale of each individual dwelling unit. that unit may be occupied only by the unit owner(s) of record and/or their immediate family. if any. In the event that development of up to 82 detached single-family dwelling units is not feasible. by reason of topoeraphy or application of Federal Way City Code requirements or other applicable regulations. the principal use of development may be 82 attached single-family townhome condominiums. at a density no greater than 6 units per gross acre. calculated prior to deduction of areas required for public street right-of-way. For pur:poses of this agreement. "townhome" means a series of single-family dwelling units constructed in a row no greater than 120 feet in leneth. where: (a) each unit has its own front entrance to the outside: (b) no unit is located over or under another unit: and (c) each unit is separated from any other adjacent unit by one or more vertical. common. fire-resistant walls. For pur:poses of this agreement. "condominium" shall have the meaning set forth in RCW 64.34.020(9). " 2. Redevelopment of District Property. The District covenants and agrees that the principal use of the District Property will be for a fire station. If the District or its heirs, successors or assigns determine to change the principal use of the District Property to a residential use, regardless of the density or uses available under the applicable zoning designation any redevelopment of the District Property will be limited to a density no greater than 6 units per gross acre, calculated prior to deduction of areas required for public street right-of-waÿ. The District further covenants and agrees that the principal use of any development will be either detached single family dwellings or attached single-family condominium townhomes. 3. BP A Trail Connection. Weyerhaeuser covenants and agrees that any development of its portion of the Property will not interfere with or prevent an extension of a pedestrian/bike trail over the BP A easements of record over the Weyerhaeuser Property. 4. Implementation of A~reement. 4.1. Timing of Annexation. Following execution of this Development Agreement, adoption of Comprehensive Plan and zoning designations for the Weyerhaeuser and District Properties, and the City's acceptance of the 60 % Petition, the City will submit to the Washington State Boundary Review Board for King County ("BRB") a Notice of Intent to Annex the Development Agreement City of Federal Way, Fire District and Weyerhaeuser Corporation - S. 320th Property Page 3 ' Weyerhaeuser and District Properties. IfBRB review is not invoked or, in the alternative, ifBRB review is invoked but the BRB approves the annexation, the City shall lawfully adopt an ordinance annexing the Weyerhaeuser and District Properties. The City may, in the alternative, upon approval of the 60 % Petition, simultaneously adopt an ordinance annexing the Properties effective upon passage of forty-five (45) days or, if BRB jurisdiction is invoked, issuance of a BRB decision approving the annexation. 4.2 Vesting. The City of Federal Way acknowledges that Weyerhaeuser would have the right, prior to the effective date of annexation, to apply to King County for approval of development on the Weyerhaeuser Property. The City of Federal Way and Weyerhaeuser agree that. in lieu of but not in addition to making such application to King County. Weyerhaeuser may apply to Federal Way. which shall process any such application according to the provisions of this Agreement and the Federal Way City Code provisions in effect as of the date Federal Way deems Weyerhaeuser's application complete. Federal Way shall be entitled to recover all costs incurred in such processing. Federal Way's agreement in this Paragraph is subject to the written concurrence of King County. In the event that Weyerhaeuser applies to the City of Federal Way pursuant to this Paragraph. Weyerhaeuser waives and releases and agrees not to assert against the City any and all vested rights it might otherwise have obtained under the King County Code. including zoning and/or development regulations contained therein. had Weyerhaeuser applied to King County prior to the effective date of annexation. 5. General Provisions. 5.1. Binding on Successors; Covenant to Run With Land. This Agreement is intended to protect the value of the Weyerhaeuser and District Property, as well as the public health, safety, and welfare of the City of Federal Way, and the benefits and burdens inuring to the Weyerhaeuser and District Property and to the City from this Agreement shall run with the land and shall be binding upon the District and Weyerhaeuser, and their heirs, successors, and åssigns, and upon the City of Federal Way. 5.2. Governing Law. This Agreement shall be governed by and interpreted in accordance with the laws of the State of Washington. Venue for any action to enforce the terms of this Agreement shall be in King County Superior Court. 5.3 Recording. Weyerhaeuser Properties. This Agreement shall be recorded against the District and 5.4. Severability. The provisions of this Agreement are separate and severable. The invalidity of any clause, sentence, paragraph, subdivision, section, or portion or the invalidity of the application thereof to any person or circumstance, shall not affect the validity of the remainder of this Agreement, or the validity of its application to other persons or circumstances. Development Agreement City of Federal Way, Fire District and Weyerhaeuser Corporation - S. 320th Property Page 4 5.5 Authority. The City, the District, and Weyerhaeuser each represent and warrant to the others that it has the respective power and authority, and is duly authorized to execute and deliver this Agreement. Weyerhaeuser and the District represent and warrant that they are the fee owners or contract purchasers and have authority to agree to the covenants contained herein. 5.6 Term of Agreement. This Agreement shall remain in full force and effect unless amended or terminated by the mutual agreement of the parties. 5.7 Amendment. This Agreement may be modified only by a written instrument duly executed by all parties; provided, however, notwithstanding any provisions of this Agreement to the contrary, the City of Federal Way may, without the agreement of the District or Weyerhaeuser, adopt and impose upon the District and Weyerhaeuser Properties restrictions and development regulations different than those set forth herein, if required by a serious threat to public health and safety. 5.8 Exhibits A and B attached hereto are incorporated herein by this reference as if fully set forth. 5.9 Headings. The headings in this Agreement are inserted for reference only and shall not be construed to expand, limit or otherwise modify the terms and conditions of this Agreement. . 5.10 Integration. This Agreement and its exhibits represent the entire agreement of the parties with respect to the subject matter hereof. There are no other agreements, oral or written, except as expressly set forth herein. . 5.11 Indemnification. Weyerhaeuser and the District release and agree to defend, indemnify, and hold harmless the City and all of its elected and appointed officials, and its employees and agents, from all liability, claims, appeals, and costs, including the costs of defense of any claim or appeal, arising in connection with the annexation of the Weyerhaeuser and District Property and/or this Agreement, except to the extent any liability, claim, appeal or cost results - from the sole negligence of the City or its officers, agents, or employees in performance of this Agreement. 5.12 Enforcement. In the event Weyerhaeuser or the District fail to satisfy any of their obligations under this Agreement, the City shall have the right to enforce this Agreement at both law and equity, including but not limited to enforcing this Agreement under the enforcement provisions of the Federal Way City Code in effect at the time of any breach. Damages are not an adequate remedy for breach. In addition, Weyerhaeuser or the District's failure to satisfy any of their obligations in this Agreement shall constitute a breach of contract and shall be grounds for termination of this Agreement by the City. Development Agreement City of Federal Way, Fire District and Weyerhaeuser Corporation - S. 320th Property Page 5 5.13 Police Power. Nothing in this Agreement shall be construed to diminish, restrict or limit the police powers of the City granted by the Washington State Constitution or by general law. This Agreement is an exercise of the City's police powers and the authority granted under RCW 35A.14.330, RCW 36.70B.170-.21O, and RCW 39.34. 5.14 Effective Date. This Agreement shall be effective on the effective date of the City's Ordinance approving this Agreement, and the execution of this Agreement by duly authorized representatives of each party. 5.15 Additional Annexation. If Weyerhaeuser petitions for annexation of that property legally described as Parcel C in Exhibit B hereto and abutting the Weyerhaeuser Property described in Exhibit A. and Parcel C is thereafter annexed bv the City. development of Parcel C shall be subject to and governed by the terms of this Agreement. unless the City and Weyerhaeuser amend this Agreement to provide otherwise. IN WITNESS WHEREOF the parties have hereunto placed their hand and seals on the day and year indicated. FEDERAL WAY FIRE DISTRICT NO. 39 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY BY: BY: Kenneth E. Nyberg City Manager Date: Date: Approved as to Form for Federal Way Fire District No. 39 Approved as to Form for City of Federal Way City Attorney, Londi K. Lindell ATTEST: This - day of , 1998. ATTEST: This - day of , 1998. Clerk N. Christine Green, CMC Federal Way City Clerk Development Agreement City of Federal Way, Fire District and Weyerhaeuser Corporation - S. 320th Property Page 6 Weyerhaeuser CORPORATION By: Its: Date: Approved as to form for Weyerhaeuser Corporation K:\cd\quadagrml.023 10-23-98 ANNEXATION DESCRIPTION QUADRANT RES NORTH PARCEL A: TRACTS 1 THROUGH 7, AND THAT PORTION OF TRACT 18 LYING SOUTH OF THE. BONNEVILLE POWER ADMINISTRATION RIGHT-OF-WAY, AS ESTABLISHED BY EASEMENT RECORDED UNDER RECORDING NUMBER 3347081, MIDWAY SUBURBAN TRACTS, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOf, RECORDED IN VOLUME 38 Of PLATS, PAGE 40, IN KING COUNTY, WASHINGTON; EXCEPT THAT PORTION Of TRACTS 1 AND 2 CONVEYED TO THE STATE OF WASHINGTON BY DEED RECORDED UNDER RECORDING NUMBER 4998517; AND EXCEPT THE SOUTH 40 FEET Of TRACT 3 CONVEYED TO THE STATE OF WASHINGTON BY DEED RECORDED UNDER RECORDING NUMBER 4998539; AND EXCEPT THE SOUTH 40 fEET OF TRACT 4, AS CONDEMNED UNDER KING COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT CAUSE NUMBER 534586; AND EXCEPT THE SOUTH 40 fEET OF THE WEST 100 fEET OF TRACT 5 CONVEYED TO THE ST ATE OF WASHINGTON BY DEED RECORDED UNDER RECORDING NUMBER 4998520. PARCEL B: ALL THAT PORTION OF THE SOUTH 320 TH STREET RIGHT-OF - WAY IN SECTIONS 9,10,15 AND 16, TOWNSHIP 21 NORTH, RANGE 4 EAST W.M., KING COUNTY WASHINGTON, DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS; THAT PORTION OF THE SOUTH 320 TH STREET RIGHT-OF- WAY LYING EAST OF AND ADJOING TO THE CURRENT EAST BOUNDARY OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY AND WEST OF THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LINE; BEGI1\TNING AT THE INTERSECTION Of THE EAST LINE OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER Of THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SAID SECTION 15 WITH THE SOUTH LINE Of THE 320TH STREET RIGHT-Of-WAY, SAID INTERSECTION BEING fURTHER DESCRIBED AS LYING ON THE CURRENT BOUNDARY Of THE CITY Of FEDERAL WAY; THENCE NORTHERLY ALONG THE SAm EAST LINE TO THE SOUTHWEST CORNER Of THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER Of THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER Of SAID SECTION 10; fx~. A To O~vdOf1?\('~ jk¡r ,R.( (Yilt. 4: -~ --=-{~ THENCE NORTHERLY ALONG THE WEST LINE OF SAID SOUTHEAST QUARTER TO A TERMINUS AT THE NORTH MARGIN OF THE 32011t STREET RIGHT-OF-WAY, SAID TERMINUS BEING FURTHER DESCRIBED AS BEING ON THE SOUTH LINE OF TRACT 7, MIDW A Y SUBURBAN TRACTS ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN VOLUME 38 OF PLATS, ON PAGE 40, RECORDS OF KING COUNTY WASHINGTON. '~~ ~~~1..~~~.t~:~~~,\.- ~. IJ 1'- ~,. ~~~' T(. ~ /,~ 4 A .~' ;;., \, ; 4! ~\.' ,. '-.z \ '.'1 : .~ ,. - ~ J. I,A'f& I... .'~ .' ~/i§:;y /:::'~ 'If' . 8 "'2 ..,. .' V. J "~"": -'r/~, " #"C ~\:,.,~, '.\>... ,~. ./sn:. ,.~/ ,4=" '~:/ .~ DESCRIPTION BY W&H PACIFIC, INc. ~d~/2~ RÓBERT E. WALLIS, P.LS. rSI 2 &ØJ/ 2 J /998 DATE " I:\PROJECT\1681000~\WOIl!>\REV ANNEX.doc , 12- S-gS;10:45AM;W&H PACIFIC 425~ 9sr 4aØâ° 8 # 2/ 3 ANNEXATION DESCRIPTION QUADRANT RES NORTH PARCEL A: TRACTS 1 THROUGH 7, AND THAT POR nON OF TRACT 18 LYING SOUTH OF THE BONNEVILLE POWER ADMINISTRATION RIGHT -OF. WAY, AS ESTABLISHED BY EASEMENT RECORDED UNDER RECORDING NUMBER 3347081, MIDWAY SUBURBAN TRACTS, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF, RECORDED IN VOLUME 38 OF PLATS, PAGE 40, IN KING COUNTY, WASHINGTON; EXCEPT THAT PORTION OF TRACTS 1 AND 2 CONVEYED TO THE STATE OF WASHINGTON BY DEED RECORDED UNDER RECORDING NUMBER 4998517; AND EXCEPT THE SOUTH 40 FEET OF TRACT 3 CONVEYED TO THE STATE OF WASHINGTON BY DEED RECORDED UNDER RECORDING NUMBER 4998539; AND EXCEPT THE SOUTH 40 FEET OF TRACT 4, AS CONDEMNED UNDER KING COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT CAUSE NUMBER 534586; AND EXCEPT THE SOUTH 40 FEET OF THE WEST 100 FEET OF TRACT 5 CONVEYED TO THE STATE OF WASHINGTON BY DEED RECORDED UNDER RECORDING NUMBER 4998520. PARCEL B: ALL THAT PORTION OF THE SOUTH 320 TH STREET RIGlIT .OF -WAY IN SECTIONS 9,10,15 AND 16, TOWNSHIP 21 NORTH, RANGE 4 EAST W.M., KING COUNTY WASHINGTON, DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS; THAT PORTION OF THE SOUTH 320TH STREET RIGHT.OF-WAY LYING EAST OF AND ADJOING TO THE CURRENT EAST BOUNDARY OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY AND WEST OF THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LINE; BEGINNING AT THE INTERSECTION OF THE EAST LINE OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SAID SECTION 15 WITH THE. . SOUTH LINE OF THE 320TH STREET RIGHT-OF-WAY, SAID INTERSECTION BEING FURTHER DESCRIBED AS LYING ON THE CURRENT BOUNDARY OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY; THENCE NORTHERLY ALONG THE SAID EAST LINE TO THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF SAID SECTION 10; f7xhrh;'-f B -¿¡; {)~V!!OfVh(! ¡J.j(.¿ (/'h(' h' 12- 8-98õ1Q:45AMõW&H PACIFIC 42$^§S1~4aØê°8 - # ~/ 3- THENCE NORTHERLY ALONG THE WEST LINE OF SAID SOUTHEAST QUARTER TO A TERMINUS AT THE NORTH MARGIN OF THE 320TH STREET RIGHT-OF-WAY, SAID TERMINUS BEING FURTHER DESCRIBED AS BEING ON THE SOUTH LINE OF TRACT 7, MIDWAY SUBURBAN TRACTS ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN VOLUME 38 OF PLATS, ON PAGE 40, RECORDS OF KING COUNTY WASHINGTON. PARCEL C THAT PORTION OF TRACT 17 OF MIDWAY SUBURBAN TRACTS AS PER PLAT RECORDED IN VOLUME 38 OF PLATS, PAGE 40, RECORDS OF KING COUNTY, L YlNG SOUTHERLY OF THE BONNEVILLE POWER ADMINISTRATIONS COVINGTON-TACOMA LINE RIGHT-OF-WAY AS DESCRIBED UNDER RECORDING NUMBERS 3133950, 3352244, AND 4972635; . SITUATE IN THE COUNTY OF KING, STATE OF WASHINGTON. DESCRIPTION BY W &H PACIFIC, lNC. " ¡¿~ ~.~{t{:~ /) ¿U:.. ~ '198 DATE /' 1:\PIlOJECT\16110002\WOIlD\REV ANNÐC.doc MEETING DATE: December 15,1998 ITEMN :I!ZZ: ( C_) """"'.................................................................................",................................................................................".............................. ................................,.."... CITY OF FEDERAL WAY City Council AGENDA ITEM ...~y'.~~ç.!.;..... ...... ......Q.~~~~~.~ ~~. .~.~.~. ~!~.~.g..!~.~ ..~.~~~~!~~~!i..~~. .NQ .~.!~ ~~...~ !.~ P~.~9'. ....."........... CATEGORY: BUDGET IMPACT: N/A --CONSENT RESOLUTION X-ORDINANCE STAFF REPORT -- BUSINESS --PROCLAMATION - HEARING --STUDY SESSION FYI OTHER Amount Budgeted: $ Expenditure Amt: $ Contingency Reqd: $ ..........................................................................................."........................................................................................."................. .....................................,..",. ... A:!.! A ç ~~.~ .:... . .. .. ~~ ~ P.~. ~~~ ..~~ ~~~ !.~ ~.~.. ~E ~~~~.~~]. . ~~p. ... ..~~) ~.g~. .~.~~~ P. !.~ ~~.. ~ ( !.~ ~. ~ ~~~ ~~g !l. ..~~ ~~: , .. .. ... . .. .. SUMMARYIBACKGROUND: On 5/27/98 the City received a 10% petition from Weyerhauser (submitted by Quadrant) to annex certain property located north of South 320th Street, east ofI-5, and west of Military Road. On 7/21/98 the City Council accepted the petition with boundary modification and consideration of a development agreement. On 8/21/98 the property owner submitted a 60% petition for annexation of the property. A City Council public hearing on the annexation was held 11/17/98. At that meeting Council moved the annexation ordinance to second reading on 12/1/98. At that meeting Council continued the decision on the annexation to the 12/15/98 (pending a decision on the related development ...~~~~~~~~..~~~~!l.~~.~):..........................................................................................................",...................................................,............. ................... '">, .. ^ ... çp:X. ~ A9:~~..~Ç.9. ~~A !!QN:... .~~ ~P.!..!~~. ~~~~~~~g!l. ..~ ~~~!l.~.~~~:........... .~r.ð. t~¡¿ ~~................, I.F' APPROVED FOR INCLUSION IN COUNCIL PACKET: /~ (--1: - (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CIIT CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: _APPROVED -~NED ~k-EDIDEFERRED/NO ACTION ~.. / 2./ (.ç-/Ç',Ç ~ 1?/I/'lJ ilJ ,~ COUNCIL BILL # 1st Reading Enactment Reading ORDINANCE # RESOLUTION# ~K / 1/1 "7/c;ìJ> ORDINANCE NO. 98- DRAFT 1..:L/7( ?,? AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON, ANNEXING APPROXIMA TEL Y 25.7 ACRES LOCATED BETWEEN SOUTH 320TH STREET, INTERST ATE 5, MILITARY ROAD, AND SOUTH 316TH STREET. WHEREAS, RCW 35A.14.010 authorizes the City of Federal Way to annex any portion of a county not incorporated as part of a city or town but lying contiguous to the City of Federal Way; and WHEREAS, on May 27, 1998, pursuant to RCW 35A.14.120, the Weyerhaeuser Company, as owner of not less than ten percent (10%) in assessed valuation of the property proposed for annexation, as certified by the City Clerk, filed a Notice ofIntention to Petition for Annexation to the City of Federal Way approximately 25.7 acres of property contiguous to the north boundary of the City of Federal Way; and WHEREAS, Weyerhaeuser had already requested, on January 26, 1998, that a Comprehensive Plan and zôning designation be applied to the property; and WHEREAS, the Federal Way Fire District is the owner of property adjacent to the property Weyerhaeuser seeks to have annexed by the City; and WHEREAS, the City Council determined to add the Fire District property to the annexation area, and WHEREAS, on July 21, 1998, the City Council accepted the 10% Petition, authorized the preparation of a Petition for Annexation as modified by addition ofthe Fire District Property, required adoption of a Comprehensive Plan and zoning designation prior to or concurrent with the ORD# ,PAGEl annexation, required the assumption of a pro rata proportion of existing City indebtedness by the area to be annexed, and required preparation of a development agreement pursuant to RCW 36.708.170; and WHEREAS, the annexation action is exempt from all environmental review pursuant to RCW 43.2 I C.222; and WHEREAS, on August 21, 1998, Weyerhaeuser submitted a Petition for Annexation, which the City Clerk has certified as containing the signatures of the owners of at least sixty (60%) of the assessed valuation of the property proposed for annexation; and WHEREAS, the area sought to be annexed ("Annexed Property") is legally described in Exhibit A and depicted in Exhibit B, both of which are attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference; and WHEREAS, on November 17, 1998, the City Council held a public hearing, after public notice as required by law, on the proposed annexation of the subject property, and on the proposed development agreement between the City, Weyerhaeuser, and the Fire District; and WHEREAS, on November 17, 1998, the City Council adopted Resolution No. 98- 279, declaring and giving notice of its intention to annex the subject property; and WHEREAS, on December 1, 1998, the City Council, by Ordinance No. 98-_, approved and authorized the City Manager to enter into a development agreement with the Weyerhaeuser Company and the Federal Way Fire District; and WHEREAS, the City Council considered the annexation at its meetings on November 17, December 1, and December 15, 1998, and finds that annexation of the subject property would promote the health, safety and welfare of the citizens of Federal Way; ORD# , PAGE 2 NOW, THEREFORE, THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON, DOES HEREBY ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Annexation. The City ofF ederal Way hereby annexes approximately 25.7 acres located between Interstate 5, Military Road, South 320'h Street, and South 3161h Street, as legally described and depicted in Exhibits A and B attached hereto and incorporated by this reference. The Annexed Property shall become a part of the City of Federal Way, Washington, as of the effective date of this Ordinance, subject to laws and ordinances, regulations and plans of the City, as they now exist or may hereafter be amended or adopted. Section 2. Indebtedness. The Annexed Property shall assume its pro rata share of existing City indebtedness, and shall be assessed and taxed at the same rate and on the same basis as other property within the City to pay for any and all outstanding indebtedness of the City approved by the voters, contracted for or incurred prior to or existing as of the effective date of this Ordinance. Section 3. Filing. The City Manager and/or his designee is directed to file forthwith a copy of this Ordinance, duly certified as a true and correct copy, with the County Council of King County, pursuant to RCW 35A.14.140. Section 4. Severability. The provisions of this ordinance are declared separate and severable. The invalidity of any clause, sentence, paragraph, subdivision, section, or portion of this ordinance or the invalidity of the application thereof to any person or circumstance, shall not affect the validity of the remainder of the ordinance, or the validity of its application to other persons or circumstances. , PAGE 3 ORD# Section 5. Ratification. Any act consistent with the authority and prior to the effective date of this ordinance is hereby ratified and affirmed. Section 6. Effective Date. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force 45 days after the date on which the Notice oflntention to Annex is filed with the Washington State Boundary Review Board ("BRB")for King County pursuant to Resolution No. 98-279, if no person or entity invokes the jurisdiction of the BRB, or on the effective date of BRB approval of the annexation if BRB jurisdiction is invoked. PASSED by the City Council of the City of Federal Way this - day of , 1998; CITY OF FEDERAL WAY MA YOR, RON GINTZ ATTEST: CITY CLERK, N. CHRISTINE GREEN, CMC APPROVED AS TO FORM: CITY ATTORNEY, LONDI K. LINDELL FILED WITH THE CITY CLERK: PASSED BY THE CITY COUNCIL: PUBLISHED: EFFECTIVE DATE: ORDINANCE NO. K:\CD\ORDIN\ANNEXWEYH ORD# , PAGE 4 ANNEXATION DESCRIPTION QUADRANT RES NORTH PARCEL A: TRACTS 1 THROUGH 7, AND THAT PORTION OF TRACT 18 LYING SOUTH OF THE BONNEVILLE POWER ADMINISTRATION RIGHT-OF- WAY, AS ESTABLISHED BY EASEMENT RECORDED UNDER RECORDING NUMBER 3347081, MIDWAY SUBURBAN TRACTS, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF, RECORDED IN VOLUME 38 OF PLATS, PAGE 40, IN KING COUNTY, WASHINGTON; EXCEPT THAT PORTION OF TRACTS 1 AND 2 CONVEYED TO THE STATE OF WASHINGTON BY DEED RECORDED UNDER RECORDING NUMBER 4998517; AND EXCEPT THE SOUTH 40 fEET Of TRACT 3 CONVEYED TO THE STATE OF WASHINGTON BY DEED RECORDED UNDER RECORDING NUMBER 4998539; AND EXCEPT THE SOUTH 40 FEET OF TRACT 4, AS CONDEMNED UNDER KING COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT CAUSE NUMBER 534586; AND EXCEPT THE SOUTH 40 FEET OF THE WEST 100 FEET OF TRACT 5 CONVEYED TO THE STATE OF WASHINGTON BY DEED RECORDED UNDER RECORDING NUMBER 4998520. PARCELB: ALL THAT PORTION OF THE SOUTH 320TH STREET RIGHT-Of-WAY IN SECTIONS 9,10,15 AND 16, TOWNSHIP 21 NORTH, RANGE 4 EAST W.M., KING COUNTY WASHINGTON, DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS; THAT PORTION OF THE SOUTH 320TH STREET RIGHT-OF-WAY LYING EAST OF AND ADJOING TO THE CURRENT EAST BOUNDARY OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY AND WEST OF THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LINE; BEGINNING AT THE INTERSECTION OF THE EAST LINE OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SAID SECTION 15 WITH THE SOUTH LINE OF THE 320TH STREET RIGHT-OF-WAY, SAID INTERSECTION BEING FURTHER DESCRIBED AS LYING ON THE CURRENT BOUNDARY OF THE CITY Of FEDERAL WAY; THENCE NORTHERLY ALONG THE SAID EAST LINE TO THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF SAID SECTION 10; THENCE NORTHERLY ALONG THE WEST LINE OF SAID SOUTHEAST QUARTER TO A TERMINUS AT THE NORTH MARGIN OF THE 320TH STREET RIGHT-OF-WAY, SAID TERMINUS BEING FURTHER DESCRIBED AS BEING ON THE SOUTH LINE OF TRACT 7, MIDWAY SUBURBAN TRACTS ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN VOLUME 38 OF PLATS, ON PAGE 40, RECORDS OF KING COUNTY WASHINGTON. . . '.)0. E'~ I. , ~~~..._~~._,~f:' ~', . 1",.;;." ø~' II ~/¡::;. .'.\ " M:"....., '/' .1! ,Ij. ~\ ~ I "J: '-:. z, . . ¡ (~:;., I ' . \ - : J. IJ't"Å I... ,t \.. ~~ I::;::, \, ',.' '" " Jo/"'" . ",-for. .8""~ç,,)./ "'-, Y ',\\. ..<.C1Sr.',~,,/ ,..:t' " oSlO,' """'.""', ::,'.:.' / ~ '\.11. L'\~'\~// ------.:_-- ~~ !:XPI::;ES 2! 5 I ~ða -( "~"~.:.v DESCRIPTION BY W&H PACIFIC, INC. R~~~IiLr- é~ tYtJtI z s /998 DATE /' . ,PROJECn I b81000~\WORD\REV ANNEX.doc (() ~ .;:¡¡ f!: ~ -::: en w :<1 21 "0 c (\ (0) 20 1~//1 ,/,//// 14 // // ' ,// 13 12 , , ..... ....1...... ....... .... 0036 ",-,-,,- AaTS 11 2 3 551560- 4 7 6 iO 0006 0037 8 0010 0020 10028 FIRE STATION Å 9 0016 0026 0030 S. 320th St. FEDERALIWAY CITY liMITS len ~ ~ 111101918 Residential North Annexation 25.7 Acres W 11. -- -- u_-- Residential North Annexation (SE 09-21-04, SW 10-21-04, NW 15-21.04 & NE 16-21-04) To the City of Federal Way Parcel & Vicinity Map Legend: -. . Federal Way City Limits Annexation Area Boundary ..... c=J Annexation Area c=J City of Federal Way Vicinity Map 4 5 Scale: 1 to 4440 1 Inch equals 370 Feet 0 500 Feet ~ ~L ~N . = GIS DIVISION 6 7 Ius e rsl mi ke sIp ra j ectJ ann exlb rb i c2. am I