05/04/10 agenda
Redmond City Council - Legislative Report by Doug Levy, Council Chamber, 7-7:30 p.m.

City Council Agenda

TUESDAY, May 4, 2010
7:30 p.m.
 
ADDRESS:

REDMOND CITY HALL
Council Chamber
15670 NE 85 Street

Agenda for Printing

  MAYOR
  John Marchione

COUNCILMEMBERS
  Richard Cole, President
  Pat Vache, Vice President
  Kimberly Allen
  David Carson
  Hank Margeson
  Hank Myers, excused absence
  John Stilin
 
PROCLAMATION: Drinking Water Week (May 2-8, 2010)
PROCLAMATION: National Peace Officer's Week (May 9-15, 2010) and National Peace Officer's Memorial Day (May 15, 2010)
PROCLAMATION: Recognizing May as Older American and Senior Recognition Month
AWARD OF NEIGHBORHOOD MATCHING GRANT: Woodbridge Neighborhood
I. ITEMS FROM THE AUDIENCE
II. CONSENT AGENDA      
  A. Consent Agenda    
Approved as Amended
6-0

1.  Approval of the Minutes: Regular Meeting of April 20, 2010 (Digital Recordings of  Regular Council Meetings are available for purchase by contacting the City Clerk's Office, and on-demand videos are available online)

Approved 6-0  

2.  Approval of Payroll/Direct Deposit and Claims Checks

 
Approved 6-0   3. AM No. 10-089: Approval of Amendments to the Build-Out Transportation Plan portion of the Transportation Master Plan   (Planning)
      a.    Ordinance No. 2525:  An Ordinance Amending the Redmond Municipal Code to Amend the Build-Out Transportation Plan Portion of the Transportation Master Plan to Add Projects Identified through the Greater Southeast Redmond Area Transportation Study     
Approved 6-0   4. AM No. 10-090: Approval of Ratification of the 2010 Amendments to the King County Countywide Planning Policies   (Planning)
      a.    Resolution No. 1328:  A Resolution Ratifying the 2010 Amendments to the King County Countywide Planning Policies     
Approved 6-0   5. AM No. 10-091: Approval of Award of Bid with Johansen Excavating in an amount of $3,005,419.90, and Supplemental Consultant Agreement No. 3 with Otak, Inc. in an amount of $239,788.50, for SR202/ NE 124th Street Intersection Improvements, Project No. 101173   (Public Works)
    6. AM No. 10-092: NUMBER NOT USED    
    7. AM No. 10-093:  NUMBER NOT USED    
  B. Items Removed From Consent Agenda    
III. HEARINGS AND REPORTS    
  A.

Public Hearings (to begin at 8 p.m., or as soon as possible thereafter)

   
  B. Reports    
    1. Staff Reports    
      a. AM No. 10-094:Redmond Code Rewrite: Commercial, Industrial, and Design District Zones, and Administration and Procedures Packages (L090380)   (Planning)
      b. AM No. 10-095: Redmond's Neighborhood Network - A Pilot Meeting in Grass Lawn   (Planning)
2. Ombudsman Report (Stilin)
    3. Committee Reports    
IV. UNFINISHED BUSINESS    
V. NEW BUSINESS    
Approved 6-0 A. AM No. 10-096: Closed Record Proceeding: Approval of a Conditional Use Permit, via the Essential Public Facilities Process, T-Mobile South Kern, L090455, L090457 SEPA (quasi-judicial)   (Planning)
    1.    Ordinance No. 2526:  An Ordinance Adopting the Hearing Examiner's March 18, 2010, Recommendation, as Modified by the Order on Reconsideration Issued on March 29, 2010, to Approve with Conditions the T-Mobile South Kern Conditional Use Permit, File Nos. L090455    
Approved 6-0 B. AM No. 10-097: Closed Record Proceeding: Approval of Planned Residential Development, Cryder, L070523, L070524, L070525 SEPA  (quasi-judicial)   (Planning)
    1.    Ordinance No. 2527:  An Ordinance Adopting the Hearing Examiner's March 31, 2010, Recommendation, as Modified by the Order on Reconsideration Issued on April 21, 2010, to Approve with Conditions the Cryder Planned Residential Development (File No. L070523), and Preliminary Plat (File No. L070524)    
Approved 6-0 C. AM No. 10-098: Approval of Motion Expressing Council's Preference for the Provision of Animal Services within the City of Redmond after June 30, 2010   (Executive)
VI. ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS

VII. ADJOURNMENT    

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