Call to order – roll call
Invocation – Katrina Walther
Pledge of Allegiance
I. Unscheduled appearances by citizens
(Note - Citizens are advised that they must limit their remarks to the Council to three (3) minutes and that items presented may be referred by the Council to staff for review and/or additional information for presentation to the Council at a future Council meeting.)
II. Consent agenda
Approve minutes of the Nov. 25 Regular Meeting.
B. Claim Vouchers
Approve claim vouchers 81458 through 81526 and wire transfers as listed for the period ending Dec. 9, in the amount of $1,418,151.
C. Payroll Vouchers
Approve payroll and vendor vouchers 117718 through 117745, payroll direct deposits 23094 through 23177 and payroll vendor ACH 1712, 1720 through 1726 in the amount of $455,650 dated Nov. 30.
D. Official Newspaper
Consider approving a reso-
lution accepting bid and authorizing the Daily Sun News as official city newspaper for 2014.
E. Municipal Engineering Services
Consider resolution authorizing the City Manager to enter into a professional services agreement with Huibregtse, Louman Associates.
F. Hearing Examiner Con-tracts
- Approve resolution authorizing contract with Gary Cuillier for Hearing Examiner Services.
- Approve resolution authorizing the city manager to enter into an agreement with Patrick D. Spurgin for Hearing Examiner Pro-Tem services.
G. Reid Middleton - Sup-plement #3
Consider resolution approving agreement for professional engineering services with Reid Middleton.
H. Interlocal Jail Agreement - City of Zillah
Consider resolution authorizing Interlocal Jail Agreement with the City of Zillah for the year 2014.
I. Professional Services Agree-ment - Rose Eilts, CPA
Consider resolution authorizing the City Manager to enter into a contract for Certified Public Accountant services.
J. Sunnyside Municipal Court - Judicial Services
Confirm City Manager’s appointment of Steven L. Michels for judicial services.
III. Active Agenda
A. Presentation - Rural Com-munity Development Resources
Receive presentation by Ms. Luz Bazan Gutierrez, President & CEO.
B. Public Hearing - 2014 Budget
Receive public comment considering final City of Sunnyside Budget for the year 2014. (Original notice published - Daily Sun News - Nov. 1, 2013 and Oct. 8, 2013)
C. Budget Adoption
Consider an ordinance adopting the 2014 budget.
D. Washington State Depart-ment of Enterprise Services - Interagency Agreement
Consider resolution authorizing agreement with Washington State Department of Enterprise Services for energy upgrade projects (WWTP Blowers & Facilities Lighting).
E. Washington State Depart-ment of Enterprise Services - Investment Grade Audit
Consider resolution authorizing agreement with McKinstry for an investment grade audit.
F. 2013 TAP Regional Call for Projects Application
Consider resolution authorizing the submittal of a grant application for Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) funding of non-motorized projects (N. 16th St. Sidewalk Project).
G. Change Orders - P.O.W. Contracting, Inc.
- Consider resolution accepting and authorizing execution of Change Order #1 for the Wells 12/13 Pump Station Project.
- Consider resolution accepting and authorizing execution of Change Order #2 for the Wells 12/13 Pump Station Project.
H. Payroll and Timekeeping Services - Paychex
Consider resolution authorizing the City Manager to enter into a contract for payroll and timekeeping services.
IV. Items from council members
A. Reports from Council Sub-committees:
1) Finance and Administrative Services - Raines, Broersma, Guerrero (no report)
2)Public Works - Hicks, Vlieger, Broersma
3) Public Safety - Guerrero, Hancock, Vlieger (no report)
B. Council Request Status Report
C. Other reports, announcements and/or questions by Council.
D. Upcoming Council Meet-ings:
1) Workshop Meeting - Monday, Jan. 6, 2014 at 6:30 p.m.
2) Regular Meeting - Monday, Jan. 13, 2014 at 6:30 p.m.
V. Items from city manager and department heads
VI. Executive Session - 30 minutes
Review and discuss labor negotiations related to collective bargaining agreements per RCW 42.30.140(4)(b). Possible Action Taken.