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City Council Regular Meeting Agenda
City Council Chambers, 5th Floor 
333 South Meridian, Puyallup
January 21, 2014
Starting at 6:00* p.m. and ending no later than 9:30 p.m.

 

*6:00 p.m. Executive Session
 6:30 p.m.  Regular Session

 
             
  PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
 
  ROLL CALL
 
  APPROVAL OF THE AGENDA
 
  CONSIDERATION OF MINUTES
 
1.   Minutes of January 7, 2014
 
  PRESENTATIONS AND/OR PROCLAMATIONS
 
2.   Citizen Recognition by the Police Department
 
3.   Toastmasters Week: February 2 - 8, 2014
 
4.   Sound Transit presentation on Puyallup station access improvements
 
  CITIZEN COMMENTS (Three  minute limit for each speaker)
 
  CONSENT AGENDA
 
5.   Approve a contract with SirsiDynix/Bibliotheca in an amount not to exceed $140,111.80 to acquire equipment necessary to implement the second phase of the Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology upgrade in the Library
 
6.   Approve a resolution authorizing a total of three new Pierce Transit stops on 39th Avenue SE and Valley Avenue NW
 
7.   Adopt a resolution authorizing an interlocal agreement with Pierce County to ratify an amendment to the Pierce County Countywide Planning Policies relating to centers of local importance
 
8.   Approve an agreement with Pierce County to receive funds for Enhanced 9-1-1 Participation in 2014
 
9.   Resolution appointing Leon Leonard to the Planning Commission
 
10.   Approving accounts payable, payroll and electronic fund transfers of $8,573,586.42; ratifying and confirming payments as previously authorized by the finance director
 
  CONSIDERATIONS AND REQUESTS
 
11.   Award a contract to RS Underground, Inc.. in an amount not to exceed $204,749.76 for construction of the Puyallup River Trail - Phase IV project
 
12.   Approve the conveyance of a wetland parcel from the Homeowners' Association of Pioneer Place 2 in the interest of facilitating future restoration and maintenance of the wetland
 
  OTHER BUSINESS
 
13.   Continued discussion of utility rates
 
14.   Referral of the SPO overlay zone to the Planning Commission
 
  CITY MANAGER'S REPORT
 
  COUNCIL REPORTS
 
  MAYOR'S REPORT
 
  EXECUTIVE SESSION
 
  ADJOURNMENT
 
 

TENTATIVE AGENDA ITEMS FOR UPCOMING MEETINGS:

February 11th Study Session:  False alarm permit ordinance; special events policies




 
  The City Council Chambers is wheelchair accessible.  Those needing assistance with hearing devices should contact the City Clerk's Office (253-841-5480) the Friday preceding the meeting.
 

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