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The following vouchers/checks were approved for payment: <br /> EFT numbers: 100002 through 100032,total $56,578.68 <br /> Check numbers: 99992 through 100001,total$27,420.48 <br /> Wire transfer numbers: 280646 through 283688,total$44,676.95 <br /> c. Resolution 3030: Waiving the State Competitive Bidding Requirements for the Purchase of Fairbanks <br /> Nijhuis(aka Fairbanks Morse)Pumps,Parts, and Service <br /> d. Resolution 3031: Waiving the State Competitive Bidding Requirements for the Purchase of Foxboro <br /> Instrumentation <br /> PUBLIC HEARINGS <br /> Continued Public Hearing: Ordinance 3087: Vacating right-of-way of a portion of 11th Street adjacent to <br /> blocks 242 and 243, "Map of the City of Anacortes" together with the West 10 feet of B Avenue adjacent <br /> to Lot 1 of block 243 <br /> City Attorney Darcy Swetnam recapped this agenda item as presented and discussed by City Council at its April <br /> 19,2021 regular meeting. She noted that the public hearing on this item remained open from April 19. <br /> Mayor Gere invited members of the audience to comment on this agenda item. <br /> Sean Noronha opposed the proposed vacation and warned against setting bad precedent by granting this <br /> vacation in exchange for a trail easement. He urged Council to work with the neighborhood to mitigate future <br /> impacts. <br /> Rebecca Ivey urged Council to vote against the vacation which Ms. Ivey said violated city code. She suggested <br /> that this was a bad deal that would set unfortunate precedent for future easements and vacations. <br /> No other members of the public wished to address Council. <br /> Mr.McDougall inquired about the code section referred to by Ms. Ivey. Ms. Swetnam explained that AMC <br /> Chapter 12.50 had been updated since negotiations had begun for the proposed vacation several years prior. She <br /> explained the relevant provisions of that chapter. <br /> The majority of councilmembers expressed a desire to vacate the requested portions of l lth Street(Segments 2 <br /> and 3)but not the requested portions of B Avenue(Segments 4 and 5). Ms. Swetnam indicated that staff would <br /> need to revise the ordinance and bring it back to Council for action at the next meeting. Mayor Gere directed <br /> staff to do so. <br /> At approximately 7:04 p.m.Mayor Gere closed the public hearing on Ordinance 3087. <br /> Continued Public Hearing: Critical Area Regulations Draft 3 <br /> Planning Director Don Measamer introduced Senior Planner Tess Cooper to lead the continued discussion of <br /> this item by City Council,following the opening of the public hearing at the regular City Council meeting of <br /> April 19, 2021. <br /> Ms. Cooper noted that the public comment period for this agenda item had closed on April 23,2021. She <br /> advised that staff had subsequently compiled all comments received and prepared responses to those.Ms. <br /> Cooper displayed that comment document and reviewed it line by line. Ms. Cooper's slide presentation was <br /> added to the packet materials for the meeting. <br /> Anacortes City Council Minutes-May 3,2021 <br /> 2 <br /> Page 6 of 1342 <br />
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