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Council Agenda

The Council Agenda is the weekly list of items to come before the City Council. The agenda is available on Friday for the following week's Council meetings.

Individual items to the agenda will be linked as they become available. These items are only a convenience copy and will not reflect any changes made during Council meetings.

Written testimony on agenda items may be sent to the Councll Clerk at  cctestimony@portlandoregon.gov

Final Council documents available in Efiles: Council Records link

PORTLAND CITY COUNCIL

City Hall  –  1221 SW Fourth Avenue

Council Agenda for May 23-24, 2018  (Printable Version)

 

WEDNESDAY, 9:30 AM, MAY 23, 2018

Communications

 492  Request of Michael O'Connor to address Council regarding Last Thursday on Alberta  (Communication)

 493  Request of Sarah Hobbs to address Council regarding purpose of assault weapons ban  (Communication)

 494  Request of Stan Herman to address Council regarding redevelopment of 1300 N River St  (Communication)

 495  Request of Injured and Pissedoff to address Council regarding civil conspiracy and conflict of interest in seven service animal attacks  (Communication)

 496  Request of Eileen Kennedy to address Council regarding citizens privacy issues, contact information and transparency  (Communication)

TIMES CERTAIN

 497  TIME CERTAIN: 9:45 AM – 2018 Rose Festival and Rose Festival Court  (Presentation introduced by Commissioner Fish)  30 minutes requested

 498  TIME CERTAIN: 10:15 AM – Proclaim May 30, 2018 to be Vanport Day of Remembrance  (Proclamation introduced by Mayor Wheeler and Commissioner Fish)  15 minutes requested

 499  TIME CERTAIN: 10:30 AM – Proclaim May 23, 2018 to be Jewel Lansing Day  (Proclamation introduced by Mayor Wheeler and Auditor Hull Caballero)  15 minutes requested

 500  TIME CERTAIN: 10:45 AM – Authorize an Intergovernmental Agreement with Home Forward for an annual amount of $640,000 to assist City of Portland utility customers that encounter barriers in paying water and sewer services  (Ordinance introduced by Mayor Wheeler and Commissioner Fish)  15 minutes requested

 501  TIME CERTAIN: 11:00 AM – Amend City Comprehensive Financial Management Policy 2.04  (Previous Agenda 489; Resolution introduced by Commissioner Saltzman; amend FIN-2.04) 15 minutes requested

CONSENT AGENDA – NO DISCUSSION

Bureau of Parks & Recreation

 502  Extend grant agreements by one year and provide additional grant funding not to exceed $350,000 in aggregate, with seven organizations providing services to youth in partnership with Portland Parks & Recreation  (Ordinance introduced by Mayor Wheeler and Commissioner Fritz; amend Contract Nos. 3005318, 3005319, 30005362, 30005363, 30005364, 30005366, 30005367)

Mayor Ted Wheeler

Office of Management and Finance

*503  Pay property damage claim of Nguyet Le in the sum of $25,514 involving the Portland Police Bureau  (Ordinance)

*504  Authorize a grant agreement with Central City Concern, in an amount not to exceed $47,500 for their community volunteer corps program  (Ordinance)

City Auditor Mary Hull Caballero

 505  Approve Council Minutes for January-June 2017  (Report)

REGULAR AGENDA

Bureau of Development Services

 506  Amend fee schedules for Building, Electrical, Mechanical, Plumbing, and Land Use Services  (Second Reading Agenda 465 introduced by Mayor Wheeler and Commissioner Eudaly)

Bureau of Parks & Recreation

 507  Amend fee schedules for tree permits  (Ordinance introduced by Mayor Wheeler and Commissioner Fritz)  10 minutes requested

Bureau of Transportation

*508  Amend the Transportation Fee Schedule to incorporate the Multimodal Incentive Fee for the Pre-Approved Transportation Demand Management Plan per Code Chapter 17.107, and exempt Affordable Dwelling Units from the Multimodal Incentive Fee until June 30, 2020  (Ordinance introduced by Mayor Wheeler and Commissioner Saltzman; amend TRN-3.450)  20 minutes requested

 509  Revise transportation fees, rates and charges for FY 2018-19 and fix an effective date  (Ordinance introduced by Mayor Wheeler and Commissioner Saltzman; amend TRN-3.450)  15 minutes requested

Mayor Ted Wheeler

Bureau of Environmental Services

 510  Authorize a competitive solicitation and contract with the lowest responsible bidder and provide payment for construction of the Structural Rehabilitation of Taggart Outfall 30 Project No. E10220 for an estimated cost of $8 million  (Ordinance)  15 minutes requested

 511  Authorize a competitive solicitation and contract with the lowest responsible bidder and provide payment for construction of the Sunnyside North Reconstruction & Green Streets Project No. E10367 for an estimated cost of $9.9 million  (Second Reading Agenda 478)

 512  Revise sewer and stormwater rates, charges and fees in accordance with the 2018-2019 Sewer User Rate Study  (Second Reading Agenda 491)

Office of Management and Finance

 513  Accept bids of Titan Utilities, LLC and Iron Horse Excavation, LLC dba Oxbow Construction for the Price Agreements for construction services at Columbia Boulevard Wastewater Treatment Plant, Tryon Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant, and associated pump stations for $6 million  (Report - Bid No. 00000806)

 514  Approve FY 2018-19 cost of living adjustments to pay rates for nonrepresented classifications and Elected Officials, specify the effect upon employees in the classifications involved, and provide for payment  (Ordinance)  10 minutes requested.

 515  Revise Secondhand Dealer regulations to accept Consular ID cards as identification, add Gift Cards as regulated property and other housekeeping changes  (Ordinance; amend Code Chapter 14B.90)  20 minutes requested

 516  Authorize limited tax revenue bonds in an amount not to exceed $10.5 million to finance replacement of aging fueling system infrastructure at multiple locations across the City  (Second Reading Agenda 485)

Water Bureau

 517  Authorize the rates and charges for water and water-related services during the FY beginning July 1, 2018 to June 30, 2019 and fix an effective date  (Second Reading Agenda 490)

 

WEDNESDAY, 2:00 PM, MAY 23, 2018

 518  TIME CERTAIN: 2:00 PM – Amend Code pertaining to private for-hire transportation in the city  (Ordinance introduced by Mayor Wheeler and Commissioner Saltzman; amend Code Chapter 16.40)  2 hours requested for items 518-520

  Code 16.40

 519  Study Transportation Network Company liability and personal injury protection insurance coverage and develop a proposal for a driver regulatory board  (Resolution introduced by Mayor Wheeler and Commissioners Eudaly, Fish, Fritz and Saltzman)

 520  Conduct a traffic congestion study of the City of Portland with an emphasis on understanding taxi and transportation network company service  (Resolution introduced by Mayor Wheeler and Commissioner Saltzman)

 

THURSDAY, 2:00 PM, MAY 24, 2018

521-525  TIME CERTAIN: 2:00 PM   30 minutes requested

2035 Comprehensive Plan related reconciliation and updates: Transportation System Plan, Codes and Zoning Map. 

 521  Amend the Transportation System Plan consistent with the 2035 Comprehensive Plan and in compliance with the Regional Transportation Plan; amend River District Master Street Plan; add policies for Automated Vehicles; adopt findings of compliance; adopt corrections; amend Transportation and Parking Demand Management code to clarify requirements  (Previous Agenda 348; Ordinance introduced by Commissioner Saltzman; amend Ordinance Nos. 187832, 188177; amend Code Chapter 17.107)

  Amendments passed on 4/11/18.

 Ordinance

 Exhibits A, D, E         Exhibit C: Findings

 Exhibit B: Transportation System Plan Stage 3 Update

522  Amend the Transportation System Plan to update Introduction, Modal Plans, Implementation Strategies, and Glossary  (Previous Agenda 349; Resolution introduced by Commissioner Saltzman)

  Resolution

  Exhibit A          Exhibit B: Transportation System Plan Stage 3 Update 

*S-523  Amend Zoning regulations to implement the 2035 Comprehensive Plan through the Code Reconciliation Project (Previous Agenda 398; Ordinance introduced by Mayor Wheeler; amend Title 33)

  Ordinance     Exhibit A - Title 33 amendments     Exhibit B - Further Findings of Fact   

   Exhibit C - Supplemental Findings

*S-524  Amend Tree, Noise and Sign regulations to effectively implement Portland City Code through the Code Reconciliation Project  (Previous Agenda 399; Ordinance introduced by Mayor Wheeler; amend Title 11, 18 and 32)

  Ordinance     Exhibit A - Title 11, 18 and 32 amendments

*S-525  Amend the 2035 Comprehensive Plan Map and amend the Official City Zoning Map to carry out Portland’s 2035 Comprehensive Plan  (Previous Agenda 427; Ordinance introduced by Mayor Wheeler; amend Ordinance No. 188177) 

 Ordinance     Council Amendments May 2

  Exhibit A-1 Map Refinement Project     Exhibit A-2 amendments     Exhibit B Further Findings

   Exhibit C Findings

526-530  TIME CERTAIN: 2:30 PM – Central City 2035 Plan.     1.5 hours requested.

Central City 2035 Plan items are continued from April 11, with an additional Riverplace ordinance, for Council adoption.  The final vote will be on June 6.

Staff Memo for May 24th - voting guide and amendments.

For more information see project website www.portlandoregon.gov/bps/cc2035 

 526  Adopt the Central City 2035 Plan; amend the Comprehensive Plan, Comprehensive Plan Map, Transportation System Plan, Willamette Greenway Plan, Willamette River Greenway Inventory, Scenic Resources Protection Plan, Zoning Map and Title 33; repeal and replace prior Central City plans and documents  (Previous Agenda 353; Ordinance introduced by Mayor Wheeler)

  Substitute Ordinance    Exhibits available on Monday 5/21 at Bureau Site

 527  Amend the Central City Plan District of the Zoning Code to increase bonus heights and impose master plan requirements in certain RiverPlace subareas  (Ordinance introduced by Mayor Wheeler; amend Code Sections 33.510.210.D and 33.510.255, and Maps 510-4, 510-16 and 510-19)

  Ordinance   Exhibits A-C

 528  Adopt the Central City 2035 Plan Volume 2A, Part 3, Environmental and Scenic: amend the Portland Zoning Map and Portland Zoning Codes for Environmental Overlay Zones and Scenic Resource Zones  (Previous Agenda 352; Ordinance introduced by Mayor Wheeler; amend Code Chapters 33.430 and 480)

 Substitute Ordinance   Exhibits A  B  C  D  E  F  G  

 529  Adopt the Central City 2035 Plan Action Charts, Performance Targets and Urban Design Diagrams  (Previous Agenda 354; Resolution introduced by Mayor Wheeler)

  Resolution     Amendment memo    Exhibits A  B 

 530  Adopt the Central City 2035 Plan Green Loop Concept Report  (Previous Agenda 355; Resolution introduced by Mayor Wheeler)

  Resolution     Exhibit A - The Green Loop

NOTE: "Time Certain" indicates that an item will not be heard by Council prior to the time specified.

Communications items are three minutes each. Regular Agenda items taking longer than five minutes have the time estimate noted next to the item.

The * indicates an emergency ordinance, which takes effect immediately if passed. Non-emergency ordinances require two readings and a 30-day waiting period before taking effect. Resolutions, reports, etc., adopted by Council are effective after adjournment.

The above summary is published by the City Auditor as provided by Section 2-113 of the Charter and Ordinance No. 130672.

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The City of Portland will gladly accommodate requests for an interpreter or make other accommodations that further inclusivity. Please make your request at least 48 hours before the meeting to the Council Clerk 503-823-4086. (TTY 503-823-6868).

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The meetings are also cablecast on CityNet 30, Portland Community Media television.

Mary Hull Caballero

Auditor of the City of Portland

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