The Columbia Press 6 Legal Ads AGENDA CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF WARRENTON MEETING TUESDAY, June 22, 2021 – 6:00 P.M. Warrenton City Commission Chambers 225 South Main Avenue Warrenton, OR 97146 This is a Preliminary Agenda. A final Agenda and full meeting packet will be available on the City’s website at www.ci.warrenton.or.us and at City Hall after 3:00 p.m. on Friday, June 18, 2021. The City Commission will hold a work session beginning at 5:15 p.m., prior to the regular meeting. The purpose of the work session is a discussion on RV Issues in Warrenton. Work Sessions are open to the public however, no public comment will be taken. Public Meetings will be conducted in the Commission Chambers with a limited seating arrangement. To adhere to social distancing recommen- dations, meetings will now also be audio and video live streamed. Go to https://www.ci.warrenton.or.us/administration/page/live-stream-pub- lic-meetings for connection instructions. • • • • • • • • • • • • PUBLIC HEARINGS Street Vacation No. 156; Ordinance No. 1253 State Revenue Sharing; Resolution No. 2607 City of Warrenton FY 2021-2022 Budget Adoption; Resolution No. 2606 BUSINESS ITEMS Consideration of Adoption of Capital Improvement Program Consideration of Request to Declare Surplus Fire Department Equip- ment; Tender 2731 and Command Vehicle 2761 Consideration of Second Reading of Resolution No. 2596; Marina Rates and Fees Consideration of Second Reading of Ordinance No. 1252; Street Va- cation Petition No. 155 Consideration of 2021-2022 Police Dispatch Services Agreement Consideration of Surplus – Police K9 Consideration of Proposal for Professional Engineering Services – Iredale Culvert Consideration of Proposal for Professional Engineering Services – SW Alder – 2nd Street to 1st Street Consideration of Transient Room Tax/LCTC Funds Allocation EXECUTIVE SESSION Under the authority of ORS 192.660(2)(b); to consider the dismissal or disciplining of, or to hear complaints or charges brought against a public officer, employee, staff member or individual agent who does not request an open hearing. Warrenton City Hall is accessible to the disabled. An interpreter for the hearing impaired may be requested under the terms of ORS 192.630 by contacting the City Recorder, at 503-861-0823 at least 48 hours in ad- vance of the meeting so appropriate assistance can be provided. AGENDA Warrenton Urban Renewal Agency June 22, 2021 – 6:00 p.m. Warrenton City Hall – Commission Chambers 225 S. Main Ave. Warrenton, OR 97146 This is a Preliminary Agenda. A final Agenda and full meeting packet will be available on the City’s website at www.ci.warrenton.or.us after 4:00 p.m. on Friday, June 18, 2021. • PUBLIC HEARING Adoption of Urban Renewal Agency FY 2021-2022 Budget; Resolu- tion No. 21-02 Warrenton City Hall is accessible to the disabled. An interpreter for the hearing impaired may be requested under the terms of ORS 192.630 by contacting Dawne Shaw, City Recorder, at 503-861-0823 at least 48 hours in advance of the meeting so appropriate assistance can be provided. June 18, 2021 ZED by Duane M. Abel www.corkeycomics.com ODF declares fire season in Clatsop County Clatsop County’s fire sea- son officially begins at 1 a.m. Tuesday, June 22, the Ore- gon Department of Forestry declared. Fire season begins each year when conditions are ripe for a fire, such as a buildup of weedy and woody debris, high temperatures and wind. The declaration affects all land, public and private, in the county, which joins most other regions of the state al- ready in fire season. The declaration includes industrial forest operations, imposing various restrictions on operations to protect for- est resources. For the public, restriction levels move from low (green) to extreme (red), which can be found on fire information boards at major roads enter- ing forested areas. Campfires are still allowed at campsites, both designated sites and at dispersed sites. As conditions dry out (blue level), campfires won’t be al- lowed. A countywide burn ban is in effect simultaneously. Open debris burning will not be allowed after Mon- day. Burn barrels require a burn permit, which can be obtained through the Oregon Department of Forestry or lo- cal fire departments, depend- ing on the location. For rural residences and those within the city of War- renton, burn barrels must be made of metal, in good con- CITY OF WARRENTON NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING A public hearing will be held on Tuesday, June 22, 2021, at 6:00 p.m. in the Commission Chambers at Warrenton City Hall, 225 S. Main Ave- nue, Warrenton, to give residents the opportunity to comment on use of State Revenue Sharing funds in the City’s 2021-2022 budget. State Revenue Funds include Highway User Taxes, Liquor Tax, Cigarette Tax, and State Revenue Sharing (liquor). A copy of the proposed FY 2021-2022 budget may be found on the City’s website: www.ci.warrenton.or.us. For more in- formation, please call City Recorder Dawne Shaw at (503) 861-0823. Warrenton City Hall is accessible to the disabled. An interpreter for the hearing impaired may be requested under the terms of ORS 192.630 by contacting Dawne Shaw, City Recorder, at 503-861-0823 at least 48 hours in advance of the meeting so appropriate assistance can be provided. Free Obituaries The Columbia Press publishes free obituaries of community members who pass away. These free obituaries are 7 to 12 inches long and include a photo. We’ll do the writing for you. Those who want to write their own obituaries to honor a loved one may do so. These are $7.50 per column inch and can include a pho- to. Call 503-861-3331or email firstname.lastname@example.org. dition and have heavy mesh screens with holes no larger than ¼ inch. A charged wa- ter supply and hand tools are required to be on site. ODF fire crews received their initial training this week to ensure they’re ready for fire season. For up-to-date information about fire season require- ments and burn permits, call 503-861-2494 in the city of Warrenton or 503-325-7215 outside the city. Work to begin at ‘new’ county park The public boat launch site at Westport will close July 1 when Clatsop Coun- ty starts construction on its long-awaited new boating recreation facility. The closure will affect the boat ramp and adjacent park- ing area, and is expected to last through November. The county project includes construction of a new boat ramp, as well as a 300-foot short-term tie-up dock and kayak launch, plus paved parking and restrooms. A second phase of the project includes construction of a picnic area and playground. Along with funding from Clatsop County and the Ore- gon Department of Fish and Wildlife, the project is also made possible with funding from the Oregon State Ma- rine Board.