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The City Council has a loooonnnnnng agenda. Have coffee….at the ready!

Newport City Hall
Put on your seat belt – It’s going to be a long one….

CITY COUNCIL REGULAR SESSION AGENDA Monday, August 03 – 6:00 PM
Council Chambers, Newport City Hall, 169 SW Coast Highway

This meeting will be held electronically. The public can live-stream this meeting at newportoregon.gov/citygov/comm/cc.asp. The meeting will also be broadcast on Charter Channel 190. Public comment may be made, via e-mail, up to two hours before the meeting start time at publiccomment@newportoregon.gov. Additionally, anyone wishing to speak on any agenda item, or during public comment, should e-mail their telephone number, and the item they wish to address, up to two hours before the start of the meeting, to p.hawker@newportoregon.gov, and staff will telephone that person when that item is being discussed at the meeting.

The agenda may be amended during the meeting to add or delete items, change the order of agenda items, or discuss any other business deemed necessary at the time of the meeting.

  1. CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL
  2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
  3. PUBLIC COMMENT
    This is an opportunity for members of the audience to bring to the Council’s attention anyitem not listed on the agenda. Comments will be limited to three (3) minutes per person with a maximum of 15 minutes for all items. Speakers may not yield their time to others
  4. PROCLAMATIONS, PRESENTATIONS, AND SPECIAL RECOGNITIONS
    Any formal proclamations or recognitions by the Mayor and Council can be placed in this section. Brief presentations to the City Council of five minutes or less are also included inthis part of the agenda.

4.A Proclamation Recognizing August 2020 as Coast Guard Month Received By Commander Ryan O’Meara, Station Yaquina Bay
Proclamation – Coast Guard Month in the City of Newport – August 2020.pdf

  1. 4.B  Proclamation Recognizing Sailor of the Quarter – Petty Officer Williamson Proclamation – Sailor of the Quarter – Petty Officer Williamson.pdf
  2. 4.C  Proclamation Regarding Health Center Week Proclamation – Health Center Week 2020.pdf

5. CONSENT CALENDAR
The consent calendar consists of items of a repeating or routine nature considered under a single action. Any Councilor may have an item on the consent agenda removed and considered separately on request.

  1. 5.A  Approve Minutes of the Work Session of July 20, 2020 July 20 2020 work session.pdf
  2. 5.B  Approve Minutes of the Regular Session of July 20, 2020 July 20 2020.pdf
  3. 5.C  Ratify the Mayor’s Appointment of Councilor Cynthia Jacobi to the Audit Committee for a Term Expiring December 31, 2021
    City Manager’s Report.pdf
    Staff Report
  4. 5.D  Ratify the Mayor’s Appointment of Councilor CM Hall as the Lead Liaison and Councilor Ryan Parker as the Alternate Liaison to the Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee through December 31, 2020
    City Manager’s Report.pdfStaff Report
  5. 5.E  Ratify the Mayor’s Appointment of Richard Keagle and Jane Barwell as Regular Members of the Bicycle/Pedestrian Advisory Committee for Terms Expiring on December 31, 2022, and the Appointment of Nicholas Graves, as an Alternate Member, for a Term Expiring on December 31, 2023City Manager’s Report
    Staff Report
    Jane Barwell Committee Application.pdf Richard Keagle Committee Application.pdf
  6. 5.F  Designate Mayor Sawyer as the Voting Delegate and Council President Parker as the Alternate for the League of Oregon Cities Annual Membership Meeting City Manager’s Report
    City Voting Delegates for the LOC Annual Membership Meeting Email.pdf

6. LOCAL CONTRACT REVIEW BOARD CONSENT CALENDAR

  1. 6.A  Notice of Award for the 2020 Street Overlay Project to Road and Driveway Company in the Amount of $414,254.60
    City Manager’s Report.pdf
    NOA 2020 Street Overlay 8-3-20.pdf2020 Overlay Bid Tabulations.pdf 2020 Overlay Vicinity Map.pdf
  2. 6.B  Notice of Intent to Award Custodial Services Contract to Associated Cleaning Services, Inc. in the Initial Amount of $6,378 per month
    City Manager’s Report.pdf
    Staff ReportRFP – Custodial Services – 2020.pdf
    Custodial Services Proposal from ABM – July 2020.pdf
    Custodial Services Proposal from ABM – Breakdown of Costs by Facility.pdf
    Custodial Services Proposal from Associated Cleaning Services, Inc. – July 2020 (2).pdf
  3. 6.C  Purchase of an Austin Mac Screw Conveyor and Belt Conveyor Assemblies for the Serpentix Belt Conveyance Replacement Project at the Wastewater Treatment Plant in the Amount of $103,995
    City Manager’s Report.pdfStaff Report.pdf
    Austin Mac Equipment Quote 7-20-20.pdf Newport_Alts_Cost_Est_31Jan20.pdf

7. PUBLIC HEARING
This is an opportunity for members of the audience to provide testimony/comments on the specific issue being considered by the City Council. Comments will be limited to three (3) minutes per person.

7.A Public Hearing and Potential Adoption of Ordinance No. 2166, an Ordinance Amending the Newport Comprehensive Plan and Municipal Code to Establish a Tsunami Hazards Overlay Zone.

City Manager’s Report.pdf

CDD Staff Report.pdf
Ordinance No. 2166.pdf
Tsunami Hazards Overlay Maps.pdf
Council 7.20.20 Work Session Presentation on Ord. 2166.pdf Gearhart Disclosure Language.pdf
Minutes from 5.26.20 Planning Commission Meeting.pdf

7.B Public Hearing and Potential Adoption of Resolution No. 3898, a Resolution Approving Solid Waste Recycling and Composting Rates for Thompson’s Sanitary Service, Inc.
City Manager’s Report

Res. No. 3898 – Thompson’s Sanitary Service With Attachmenet A.pdf 2020_Intro Letter.pdf
2020_Newport_RR_Report.pdf
TSS Education 2019.pdf

Newport2019OppRecReApp.pdf

8. COMMUNICATIONS
Any agenda items requested by Mayor, City Council Members, City Attorney, or any presentations by boards or commissions, other government agencies, and general public will be placed on this part of the agenda.

  1. 8.A  From the National League of Cities Service Line Warranty Program – Authorization of an Underground Utility Service Line Warranty Program for Homeowners
    City Manager’s Report.pdf Lyon Presentation.pptx Term Sheet.pdf
  2. 8.B  From Councilor Goebel – Discussion on Modifications to Emergency Order 2020-22 Regarding Short-Term Lodging Reopening Provisions
    City Manager’s Report.pdf
    Councilor Goebel Email.pdfCraig Lodge Email.pdf City_of_Newport_Emergency_Order_No_2020-22.pdf

9. CITY MANAGER’S REPORT
All matters requiring approval of the City Council originating from the City Manager and departments will be included in this section. This section will also include any status reports for the City Council’s information.

  1. 9.A  Consideration and Potential Adoption of Resolution No. 3897, a Resolution Creating a Finance Work Group
    City Manager’s Report.pdf
    Res. No. 3897 – Establishing a Finance Work Group – 2020.pdf
  2. 9.B  Approval of a State of Oregon Amended and Restated Grant Agreement, Grant No. 1097City Manager’s Report

Staff Report – CRF Grant 1097 Amended and Restated Agreement.pdf City of Newport Amended CRF Grant Agreement 1097 – Reimb #2.pdf

9.C Report on Continuation of Virtual Council and Committee Meetings City Manager’s Report

Virtual Meetings – Public Comment and Access.pdf Work Session Schedule.pdf

9.D Report on Consent Agreement with Oregon Brewing Company (Rogue Brewery)

City Manager’s Report Consent Agreement.pdf

10. LOCAL CONTRACT REVIEW BOARD

10.A Purchase of an Elgin Crosswind Regenerative Air Sweeper from Owen Equipment in the Amount of $275,035.12.
City Manager Report.pdf
Staff Report Purchase of Elgin Crosswinds Sweeper 8-3-20.pdf

City of Newport – Crosswind – Added Water Tank – 07-23-20.pdf

11. REPORT FROM MAYOR AND COUNCIL
This section of the agenda is where the Mayor and Council can report any activities or discuss issues of concern.

11.A Council Reports
Councilor Hall’s Report.pdf Councilor Jacobi’s Report.pdf Councilor Botello’s Report.pdf

  1. PUBLIC COMMENT
    This is an additional opportunity for members of the audience to provide public comment.Comments will be limited to three (3) minutes per person with a maximum of 15 minutes for all items. Speakers may not yield their time to others.
  2. ADJOURNMENT
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