Agenda for June 3, 2019 Shoreline City Council meeting includes Recology contract

Wednesday, May 29, 2019

Shoreline City Hall
Photo by Steven H. Robinson

The agenda for the June 3, 2019 Shoreline City Council meeting includes:

Action Item 8(a) Approval of Amendment #1 to the City’s 2017 – 2027 Comprehensive Garbage, Recyclables, and Compostables Collection Contract with Recology CleanScapes Inc.

This Amendment provides a rate increase with a requirement to reduce contamination at the source, and a principal goal to maintain an inbound contamination level from City customers of no greater than five percent (5%) by volume for collected Recyclables and no greater than three percent (3%) by volume for collected Compostables.

It includes an enhanced education and outreach program. Ecology will administer visual inspections of aggregate truck contents from residential City routes to monitor progress. Commercial and multi-family are addressed separately.

Action Item 8(b) Adoption of Ordinance No. 858 - Amending SMC 3.01.500 Solid Waste Rate Schedule to Reflect Amendment # 1 to the City’s 2017–2027 Comprehensive Garbage, Recyclables, and Compostables Collection Contract with Recology CleanScapes Inc. 
To fully implement the amendment 8(a),  Ordinance No. 858  amends SMC 3.01.500 to reflect the updated rate schedule

Action Item 8(c) Reconsideration of the 2019 Comprehensive Plan Amendment Docket

Council will consider removing Amendment #3 on the 2019 Comprehensive Plan Docket  until the State completes a plan for the Fircrest campus.

Study Item 9(a) Discussing Ordinance No. 861 - 2019-2020 Biennial Budget Amendment Amending Ordinance No. 855 for Phase 1 Improvements of the City Maintenance Facility

Discussion of proposed Ordinance No. 861 providing the budget authority to cover the cost of the Phase 1 improvements for the City Maintenance Facility project within the proposed schedule and without impacting other projects in the General Capital Fund by using interfund transfers totaling.

Study Item 9(b) Discussion of Ordinance No. 862 - Authorizing the Refunding of Limited Tax General Obligation Bonds (City Hall) and Ordinance No. 864 - Amending No. 829 (CAC) to Extend the Delegation Period for Bond Anticipation Notes

Refunding bonds are issued to achieve interest cost savings among other things. The refunding of the 2009 Bonds (City Hall) is estimated to provide net interest savings of approximately $2,600,000

Because the acquisition of property for the CAC (Community Aquatics Center) was delayed while alternative sites were evaluated, Council will discuss extending the delegation period. Proposed Ordinance No. 864 amends Ordinance No. 829 to extend the delegation period to February 1, 2020.

Study Item 9(c) Discussing Resolution No. 438 - Approving the Sale of Limited Tax General Obligation Bonds Supported by the Shoreline Transportation District 0.2% Sales Tax as Authorized by Ordinance No. 853 (Sidewalks)

Staff is developing a schedule for the delivery of the sidewalk implementation plan. The issue of the first series of bonds is expected to support the delivery of design for approximately five (5) sidewalk projects and construction of four (4) of those projects.


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