Watch Shelton City Council

Watch the May 15, 2018 Shelton City Council meeting. There are two ways to watch the first council meeting 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 Council Agenda
Shelton Civic Center
May 15, 2018 at 7:00 p.m.
SWEARING IN RECEPTION (7:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.)

A. Call to Order – Outgoing Commission Chair/Mayor Cronce

• Pledge of Allegiance

B. Designating Mayor/Chair and Deputy Mayor

1. Resolution No. 1129-0518 – Presented by City Attorney Kristin French (Tab 1)

C. Council Reports (Tab 2)

1. Proclamation – Public Works Week

D. 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.

E. Consent Agenda: (Tab 3) (Action)

1. Vouchers numbered 17402 through 17410 in the amount of $148,952.87

2. Vouchers numbered 17451 through 17550 in the amount of $326,780.41

3. Voucher numbered 17551 in the amount of $881,742.90

4. Payroll Warrants numbered 1645 through 1798 and 17421 through 17443 in the amount of $740,687.83

5. Election Certification and Results

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

1. Resolution No. 1130-0518 Mason County Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan – Presented by Interim City Manager Vicki Look (Tab 4)

2. Civic Center Rotating Art Gallery Recommendations – Presented by Community Development Director Mark Ziegler (Tab 5)

3. William G. Reed Library Repairs – Presented by Community Development Director Mark Ziegler (Tab 6)

4. Resolution No. 1128-0518 Amendment 2018 Fee Schedule – Presented by Public Works Director Craig Gregory (Tab 7)

5. Mason County Garbage Contract Amendment – Presented by Interim Asst. City Manager Bob Jean & Public Works Director Craig Gregory (Tab 8)

6. Resolution No. 1127-0518 Vacation of Public Right of Way – Presented by Public Works Director Craig Gregory (Tab 9)

7. Ordinance No. 1922-0518 Garbage Service Appeals – Presented by Public Works Director Craig Gregory (Tab 10)

G. Action Agenda (Action/Public Comment Taken)

1a. City Manager Position Profile – Presented by Interim Asst. City Manager Bob Jean (Tab 11)

1. MTA Bus Pullout Interlocal Agreement – Presented by Public Works Director Craig Gregory (Tab 12)

2. PUD #3 Street Light Poles Interlocal Agreement – Presented by Public Works Director Craig Gregory (Tab 13)

3. Downtown Connector Material Testing Services – Presented by Public Works Director Craig Gregory (Tab 14)

4. Street Light Purchase – Presented by Public Works Director Craig Gregory (Tab 15)

5. Resolution No. 1125-0518 Appointing Interim City Manager – Presented by City Attorney Kristin French (Tab16)

6. Resolution No. 1126-0518 Confirming Appointment of Municipal Court Judge – Presented by City Attorney Kristin French (Tab 17)

7. Ordinance No. 1921-0518 Ratify Existing Municipal Code with Amendments and Ratify Existing Employment Positions/Salary Schedules – Presented by City Attorney Kristin French (Tab 18)

H. Administration Reports

• City Manager Report

I. Announcement of Next Meeting—June 5, 2018 at 7:00 p.m.

J. Adjourn

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