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Watch the April 17, 2018 Shelton City Commission meeting. There are two ways to watch live at 7 PM: hcc.net/news and MasonWebTV.com. You can also watch on demand on hcc.net/news or MasonWebTV.com. Rebroadcasts on Hood Canal Communication’s local channel are Thursday at 3 PM and Saturday at 9 AM.

Here is the meeting’s agenda:

City of Shelton Commission Agenda
Shelton Civic Center
April 17, 2018 at 7:00 p.m.

A. Call to Order

• Pledge of Allegiance

B. Commission Reports (Tab 1)

• Arbor Day Proclamation – Presented by Community Development Director Mark Ziegler

C. General Public Comment (3-minute time limit per person)
The City Commission invites members of the public to provide comment on any topic at this time. City Commissioners and City Staff will not enter into a dialogue during public comment. If the Commission feels an issue requires follow up, staff will be directed to respond at an appropriate time.

D. Consent Agenda: (Tab 2) (Action)

1. Voucher number 17126 in the amount of $6,680.41

2. Vouchers numbered 17127 through 17214 in the amount of $150,015.62

3. Payroll Warrants numbered 1494 through 1644 and 17105 through 17125 in the amount of $675,622.97

4. Minutes from Business Meeting of April 3, 2018

E. Business Agenda (Study/No Action/No Public Comment)

1. Resolution No. 1124-0418 Modernization and Expansion of SHS – Presented by Senior Planner Jason Dose (Tab 3)

2. Resolution No. 1123-0418 Enterprise Fund Surplus Equipment – Presented by Public Works Director Craig Gregory (Tab 4)

3. City Surplus Vehicles and Equipment – Presented by Public Works Director Craig Gregory (Tab 5)

4. Design and Construction Standards 2018 – Presented by Public Works Director Craig Gregory (Tab 6)

5. Removal of Traffic Light at SR3 and Cota Street – Presented by Public Works Director Craig Gregory (Tab 7)

6. Amendment of WSP Latecomers Agreement – Presented by Public Works Director Craig Gregory (Tab 8)

7. De-Obligation of Basin 3 SRF Loan – Presented by Public Works Director Craig Gregory (Tab 9)

8. Turner Avenue Project Contract – Presented by Public Works Director Craig Gregory (Tab 10)

9. Downtown Connector Project Contract – Presented by Public Works Director Craig Gregory (Tab 11)

10. Funding Level Designs for Grant Applications – Presented by Public Works Director Craig Gregory (Tab 12)

11. School Resource Officers (Agreement #1) – Presented by Police Chief Darrin Moody (Tab 13)

F. Action Agenda (Action/Public Comment Taken)

1. Second Reading and Adoption of Ordinance No. 1920 -0418 Sidewalk Café and Right-of Way Code Amendment – Presented by Public Works Director Craig Gregory (Tab 14)

2. First Reading and Approval of Resolution No. 1121-0418 Health Reimbursement Arrangement (VEBA plan) – Presented by Interim Finance Director Teri Schnitzer (Tab 15)

3. Approval of Supplemental Building Code Services Contracts – Presented by Community Development Director Mark Ziegler (Tab 16)

G. Administration Reports

• Permitting Update – Presented by Community Development Director Mark Ziegler

• Residential Paving – Presented by Public Works Director Craig Gregory

• City Manager Report – Presented by Interim City Manager Vicki Look

H. Announcement of Next Meeting – Tuesday, May 1, 2018 at 7:00 p.m.

I. Adjourn

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