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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 December 12-13, 2018  (printable version)

***Four items have been rescheduled.  For details, see 1261, 1290, 1298 and 1299

 

WEDNESDAY, 9:30 AM, DECEMBER 12, 2018

Communications

 1256  Request of Star Stauffer to address Council regarding the monopoly of Portland  (Communication)

 1257  Request of Andrea Firpo to address Council regarding the SW Capitol Highway Expansion Project  (Communication)

 1258  Request of Lightning Super Creativity XXIPDX to address Council regarding domino effect topples the political establishment  (Communication)

 1259  Request of Don Stephens to address Council regarding proposed regulations on diesel emissions for construction sites (Communication)

 1260  Request of Mary Bowers to address Council regarding the behavior/actions of Home Forward  (Communication)

TIMES CERTAIN

 1261 TIME CERTAIN: 9:45 AM –  RESCHEDULED TO JANUARY 16TH, 10:25 AM TIME CERTAIN  Accept district coalition plan for FY 2019-20 budget for equitable distribution of resources  (Report introduced by Commissioner Eudaly)  30 minutes requested

 1262  TIME CERTAIN: 10:15 AM – Dissolve the Socially Responsible Investments Committee  (Previous Agenda 1254; Resolution introduced by Mayor Wheeler)  30 minutes requested for items 1262 and 1263

 1263  Adopt City of Portland Investment Policy  (Previous Agenda 1255; Resolution introduced by Mayor Wheeler)

  Exhibit A-1 redline version   Exhibit A-2 clean version

 1264  TIME CERTAIN: 10:45 AM – Authorize the Water Bureau’s Preferred Alternatives to plant capacity, location, and filtration technology for the Bull Run Filtration Project  (Resolution introduced by Commissioner Fritz)  25 minutes requested

CONSENT AGENDA – NO DISCUSSION

Mayor Ted Wheeler

 1265  Extend terms of Planning and Sustainability Commission members André Baugh, Eli Spevak, Teresa St Martin, Katie Larsell to expire May 31, 2019  (Report)

Bureau of Planning & Sustainability

 1266  Authorize an Intergovernmental Agreement with Metro for a total amount of $828,523 for the Annual Waste Reduction Program, the Recycle at Work Program and for the Business Food Waste Program (Second Reading Agenda 1226)

Bureau of Police

*1267  Authorize application to accept and appropriate three traffic enforcement grants for a total of $90,000 for FY 2018-19 from Oregon Impact for sworn overtime reimbursement  (Ordinance)

*1268  Accept a grant in the amount of $385,515 and appropriate $250,000 for FY 2018-19 from the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Bureau of Justice Assistance FY 2017 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Program to assist the Portland-Metropolitan area law enforcement and criminal justice community prevent and reduce crime and violence  (Ordinance)

*1269  Accept a grant in the amount of $400,000 and appropriate $171,836 for FY 2018-19 from the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Bureau of Justice Assistance Fiscal Year 2018 Intellectual Property Enforcement Program Competitive Grant to address intellectual property criminal enforcement in the Portland-Metropolitan region  (Ordinance)

*1270  Accept a grant in the amount of $779,565 from the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Bureau of Justice Assistance and appropriate $149,991 for the FY 2018 Innovations in Community-Based Crime Reduction Program to support the Police Bureau’s comprehensive crime reduction strategies in the Parkrose and Hollywood neighborhoods  (Ordinance)

City Attorney

 1271  Clarify the required placarding and tenant notification requirements for unreinforced masonry buildings  (Ordinance; amend Code Chapter 24.85)

Office of Management and Finance

*1272  Pay bodily injury lawsuit of Diana Chappell in the sum of $50,000 involving the Portland Bureau of Transportation  (Ordinance)

*1273  Pay property damage claim of Andrew Livesay in the sum of $8,941 resulting from a streetcar collision involving the Portland Bureau of Transportation  (Ordinance)

*1274  Amend Human Resources Administrative Rule 6.03, Vacation accruals, for Bureau of Emergency Communications employees, effective the beginning of the first full pay period of January 2019  (Ordinance; amend HRAR 6.03)

*1275  Authorize an Intergovernmental Agreement with Portland State University for the Turbine Replacement Project, Urban Center Condominium for total project cost estimated not-to-exceed $5 million  (Ordinance)

Commissioner Chloe Eudaly

Bureau of Transportation

 1276  Authorize a contract with the lowest responsible bidder for the SW Capitol Highway Pavement Rehabilitation Project SW Multnomah Blvd to SW Texas for an estimated $2,024,646  (Ordinance)

 1277  Amend application to Oregon Department of Transportation for a grant in the amount of $6 million for the Safe Routes to School Competitive Infrastructure Grant Program  (Second Reading Agenda 1234)

 1278  Authorize a contract with the lowest responsible bidder for the NE 148th St: NE Glisan St to NE Halsey St project  (Second Reading Agenda 1236)

 1279  Clarify maintenance responsibilities for unimproved streets  (Second Reading 1237; amend Code Section 17.42.010)

Commissioner Nick Fish

Parks & Recreation

 1280  Authorize an Intergovernmental Agreement with Portland State University to provide population research related services for an amount not to exceed $50,000  (Second Reading Agenda 1238)

REGULAR AGENDA

Morning

Mayor Ted Wheeler

*1281  Amend Police Review Board Code to implement a tentative agreement negotiated with the Portland Police Association to modify the stipulated discipline provisions  (Ordinance; amend Code Section 3.20.140)  20 minutes requested

Bureau of Planning & Sustainability

 1282  Update Solid Waste and Recycling Collection Code, add definitions and align terminology with Metro  (Second Reading Agenda 1241; amend Code Chapter 17.102)

Bureau of Police

*1283  Accept a grant in the amount of $824,831 from the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office for Victims of Crime and appropriate $169,917 for the FY 2018 Law Enforcement-Based Direct Victim Services and Technical Assistance Program to support the Police Bureau integrated model of victim advocacy for trafficked individuals  (Ordinance)  15 minutes requested

*1284  Accept a grant in the amount of $1.5 million and appropriate $1,065,483 for FY 2018-19 from the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Bureau of Justice Assistance National Sexual Assault Kit Initiative FY 2018 Competitive Grant to address the issue of unsubmitted sexual assault kits at the Portland Police Bureau  (Ordinance)  15 minutes requested

Office of Management and Finance

 1285  Accept Firm Fixed Price of $73.5 million from James W. Fowler Co. for the design and construction of the Willamette River Crossing Project  (Report- RFP No. 00000772)  15 minutes requested

 1286  Accept bid of Cedar Mill Construction Company LLC for the City Hall Restoration Project for $4,372,700  (Procurement Report - Bid No. 00000995)

 1287  Accept bid of 3 Kings Environmental, Inc. for the St. John's Truck Strategy Phase II Project for $2,472,471  (Procurement Report - Bid No. 00001027)

Commissioner Chloe Eudaly

Bureau of Transportation

*1288  Amend contract with Brookville Equipment Corporation and exercise an option to procure one additional streetcar vehicle  (Ordinance; amend Contract No. 31001384)  10 minutes requested

*1289  Authorize an Intergovernmental Agreement between the Bureau of Transportation and the Oregon Department of Transportation to allow City construction, operation and maintenance of SW Bond Ave under Marquam Bridge and to reimburse State for associated services  (Ordinance)

 1290  CONTINUED TO JANUARY 9, 10:00 AM, TIME CERTAIN Create a local improvement district to construct street, sidewalk, and stormwater improvements and construct a mast arm traffic signal at the NE 42nd Ave and Columbia Blvd intersection in the NE 46th Ave and Saratoga Ct Local Improvement District  (Hearing; Ordinance; C-10065) 10 minutes requested

 1291  Vacate N Hunt St east of N Argyle Wy subject to certain conditions and reservations  (Hearing; Ordinance; VAC-10121) 15 minutes requested

 1292  Authorize an Intergovernmental Agreement with Metro for participation in the Sidewalk Labs, Replica pilot test in an amount not to exceed $152,433  (Second Reading Agenda 1235)

 

WEDNESDAY, 2:00 PM, DECEMBER 12, 2018

 1293  TIME CERTAIN: 2:00 PM – Authorize the Second Amended and Restated Visitor Facilities Intergovernmental Agreement with Multnomah County and Metro  (Ordinance introduced by Mayor Wheeler)  45 minutes requested

  Ex A    Ex B

*1294  TIME CERTAIN: 2:45 PM – Amend the Comprehensive Plan, Comprehensive Plan Map, and Zoning Map as it applies to certain existing and proposed manufactured dwelling parks, including the Fox Run Mobile Home Community and Family Essentials  (Ordinance introduced by Mayor Wheeler)  1 hour requested

Ex A Fox Run findings    Ex B Fox Run Recommended Draft  Ex C Fox Run Map

Ex D Family Essentials Map  Ex E Family Essentials Findings

*1295  TIME CERTAIN: 3:45 PM – Amend Property Tax Exemption for Multiple-Unit Housing Development Code and Inclusionary Housing Code to extend the current inclusion rate and fee in lieu for affordable units until 2020  (Ordinance introduced by Mayor Wheeler; amend Code Section 30.01.120 and Chapter 3.103.040)  1 hour requested for items 1295 and 1296

*1296  Amend Inclusionary Housing Code to extend the current inclusion rate and fee in lieu for affordable units until 2021  (Ordinance introduced by Mayor Wheeler; amend Code Section 33.245.040)

 Exhibits A & B

 

THURSDAY, 2:00 PM, DECEMBER 13, 2018

 1297  TIME CERTAIN: 2:00 PM – Amend the Sustainable Procurement Policy to incorporate the City’s Clean Air Construction Standard and additional directives regarding fostering fair and safe supply chains  (Resolution introduced by Mayor Wheeler; amend BCP-ADM-1.09)  2 hours requested

REGULAR AGENDA

Afternoon

Commissioner Chloe Eudaly

Office of Community & Civic Life

 1298  RESCHEDULED TO JANUARY 16TH AT 9:30 AM, REGULAR AGENDA  Accept report to maintain Title 18 Noise Code Exemption for Pile Driving  (Report)  30 minutes requested

Commissioner Amanda Fritz

Water Bureau

 1299  RESCHEDULED TO 12/12 MORNING AGENDA TO BE HEARD WITH ITEM 1285.  Authorize the Water Bureau to acquire certain permanent and temporary property rights necessary for construction of the Willamette River Crossing through the exercise of the City's Eminent Domain authority as a last resort  (Ordinance)

Commissioner Nick Fish

Parks & Recreation

*1300  Authorize competitive solicitation and contract with the lowest responsive and responsible bidder for construction of the Glenhaven Park Play Area Improvements Project  (Ordinance)

*1301  Authorize competitive solicitation and contract with the lowest responsive and responsible bidder for construction of the Lynchview Park Play Area and Irrigation Improvements Project  (Ordinance)

*1302  Authorize competitive solicitation and contract with the lowest responsive and responsible bidder for the reconstruction of the  Urban Forestry Maintenance Facility at Delta Park  (Ordinance)

Commissioner Dan Saltzman

Fire & Rescue

 1303  Engage stakeholders in discussions and report on the fire hazards presented by existing high-rise buildings built and/or permitted prior to 1974 and the feasibility of fire sprinkler installation and other fire hazard suppression methods; direct Portland Fire & Rescue to prepare amendments to Portland Fire Code based on stakeholder recommendations and feedback  (Resolution)  30 minutes requested

 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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Mary Hull Caballero

Auditor of the City of Portland

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Disclaimer: The official agenda including items is on file with the Council Clerk at City Hall. This online copy is for general information only. In the event of a conflict between the online copy and the official hard copy documents on file with the Council Clerk, the official hard copy shall prevail.