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File #: 19-0869    Version:
Type: ordinance Status: Passed
File created: 9/17/2019 In control: City Council
Agenda date: 10/8/2019 Final action: 10/8/2019
Title: Approval of an Ordinance Amending Ordinance 7196 (Capital Budget)
Attachments: 1. Ordinance
Title
Approval of an Ordinance Amending Ordinance 7196 (Capital Budget)

Recommended Action
Committee Recommendation:
Not referred to a committee.

City Manager Recommendation:
Move to approve the proposed Ordinance that amends Ordinance 7196 on second reading.

Report
Issue:
Whether to to approve the proposed Ordinance that amends Ordinance 7196 on second reading.

Staff Contact:
Nanci Lien, Fiscal Services Director, Administrative Services Department, 360.753.8465

Presenter(s):
None - Consent Calendar item

Background and Analysis:
Background and analysis has not changed from first to second reading.

City Council may revise the City's Capital Budget by approving an ordinance. Generally, budget amendments are presented quarterly to Council for their review and approval but may be made at any time during the year. The amended ordinances appropriate funds and provide authorization to expend the funds.

No separate ordinances were passed since the adoption of ordinance 7196 on June 11, 2019, relating to the Capital Budget.

The attached ordinance includes recommended amendments to the 2019 Capital Budget for: 1) 2018 year-end carry forward appropriations for the capital funds where the year-end carryovers were omitted in the 1st quarter budget amendment; and 2) department appropriation requests for the 2nd Quarter in 2019:

1. Public Works
* Transportation: $68,950 for appropriations related to school zone flashing beacons. Funding is from a Washington State Department of Transportation grant.
* Drinking Water: Reduction of appropriation ($2,597,846) related to a contract amendment with the Department of Health.
* Drinking Water: $250,000 appropriation to recognize revenue and associated expenditures related to an Interlocal Agreement with Lacey and Yelm to implement the Deschutes Water Rights Mitigation Phase V project. Funding is from the two cities.
* Drinking Water: Reduction of appropriation ($707,435) related to reduction of a loan on the McAllister...

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