EYE ON CLALLAM: County commissioners to discuss capital planning

Clallam County commissioners will discuss capital planning in a continued work session Monday.

The work session will begin at 9 a.m. in the commissioners’ board room (160) at the Clallam County Courthouse, 223 E. Fourth St., Port Angeles.

The continued work session and discussion on capital planning will begin at 2:30 p.m.

Agenda items for the work session include:

• A proposed code change for wireless communications facilities.

• A proposed letter of support to Port Angeles School District about space for the Washington State University Extension Office at the Lincoln Center.

• An agreement with Lindberg Architecture for programming, schematic studies and a cost estimate for construction of a proposed Emergency Operations Center building.

• An agreement with the state Department of Children, Youth and Families for custody, supervision and routine care for those who are 18 years or older and committed to juvenile rehabilitation housed in the Clallam County jail.

• An agreement with the state Department of Commerce for funding the Olympic Peninsula Narcotics Enforcement Team.

• A supplemental agreement with the state Department of Transportation for funding the McDonald Creek Bridge replacement project.

• An agreement with the state Department of Ecology for funding a stormwater regulations and outreach project.

• A call for bids for the Carlsborg deep test well.

• An agreement with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for a review of an application for a permit for the Lower Dungeness River floodplain restoration project.

• Letters of support to U.S. Sens. Patty Murray, D-Seattle, and Maria Cantwell, D-Mountlake Terrace, and U.S. Rep. Derek Kilmer, D-Gig Harbor, regarding the Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary.

• A resolution authorizing an expenditure from the Hotel/Motel Tax Fund for approved 2019 lodging tax funding applications.

Commissioners will conduct their regular business meeting at 10 a.m. Tuesday.

Action items include:

• A proclamation recognizing the week of June 24 as Korean War Remembrance Week.

• Recognizing GIS and Permit System Coordinator Tom Shindler for more than 34 years of service to the county.

• Recognizing Transportation Program Manager Rich James for more than 28 years of service to the county.

• An agreement with North Olympic Library System for a pilot project.

• A contract amendment with the state Department of Social and Health Services to add funding for payments to developmental disabilities providers.

• A contract amendment with the state Department of Health for a childhood lead poisoning prevention program and the Women, Infants and Children (WIC) nutrition program.

• A five-year renewed agreement with Storm King Soccer Club for the maintenance and use of Agnew Soccer Fields.

• Agreements with Sound Law Center, LLC. to provide hearing examiner and code enforcement hearing examiner services.

• A contract amendment with Shannon & Wilson, Inc. for the Dungeness floodplain restoration project.

• A contract amendment with Correctional Healthcare Companies for inmate health care services.

• A renewed interlocal agreement with San Juan County for the use of Clallam County juvenile corrections facilities.

• An amended agreement with Robinson Noble to complete tasks for a water right application for the Carlsborg Urban Growth Area.

• A resolution appointing Candace Kathol and William Biery to the Park and Recreation Advisory Board.

• A $5,000 payment to the Center for Inclusive Entrepreneurship.

• A resolution authorizing action on current use assessment applications pursuant to county code.

• A landowner acknowledgement form for a grant application for the design of removal of three fish passage barriers on Wisen Creek Road and Swede Road.

• A resolution adopting a supplemental appropriation.

• A public hearing for consideration of debatable budget emergencies.

Public Utility District

Clallam County Public Utility District commissioners will consider awarding a $260,000 contract to Nordland Construction NW, Inc. for trenching work at 1:30 p.m. Monday.

The meeting will be in the Lake Crescent Boardroom at the Carlsborg main office at 104 Hooker Road.

The trenching along U.S. Highway 101 near the Elwha River bridge is scheduled to be completed by Sept. 15.

Other agenda items include a resolution authorizing the disposal of a surplus bucket truck, brushing tractor and two GMC Sonoma trucks.

Sequim city

The Sequim City Council will consider accepting a grant award for a 50 kW solar array on the Civic Center roof when it meets in regular session at 6 p.m. Monday.

The council will meet in Sequim Civic Center, 152 W. Cedar St.

A 5 p.m. work session has on its agenda an overview of the capital improvement program and the neighborhood improvement plan.

Also during the regular session, the council will consider the rental facility policy and rental fees and mid-year proposed budget amendments.

Forks City Council

The Forks City Council will consider a bid award for the rehabilitation of Quillayute Airport runway 4/22 on Monday.

The meeting will begin at 7:30 p.m. at Forks City Hall, 500 E. Division St.

Other agenda items for the meeting include:

• A presentation of the Volterra, Italy flag to the mayor by the Forks Chamber of Commerce.

• An agreement for use of city property for the Forks Old Fashioned 4th of July celebration.

• A call for public hearing on the 2020-2025 Forks street plan.

• A transit center monument easement.

Sequim schools

The Sequim School Board will consider a notice of an application for a liquor license near a school when it meets in special session at 5 p.m. Monday.

The board will meet in the district board room at 503 N. Sequim Ave.

The district has received notice of an application for liquor license by the Arco station at 51 Carlsborg Road.

Notice is required if the proposed licensed premises is within 500 feet of a school, in this case, Greywolf Elementary School at 171 Carlsborg Road.

The district has 20 days from date of receipt on June 10 to provide input.

The board also will consider the contract for the interim superintendent.

It will meet in executive session to review the performance of a public employee.

No action is to be taken.

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