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December 24, 2020



ORDINANCE 2020-1065

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF WAITSBURG, WASHINGTON, ESTABLISHING A STREET NAME

The full text of Ordinance 1065 is available for examination on the City’s website http://www.cityofwaitsburg.com or at the City Clerk’s Office, 147 Main St., Waitsburg, WA, during normal business hours.

Adopted the 15th Day of September 2020

Marty Dunn, Mayor

ORDINANCE 2020-1066

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING A PORTION OF THE 2020 BUDGET OF THE CITY OF WAITSBURG, AS ADOPTED IN ORDINANCE NO. 2019- 1059.

The full text of Ordinance 1066 is available for examination on the City’s website http://www.cityofwaitsburg.com or at the City Clerk’s Office, 147 Main St., Waitsburg, WA, during normal business hours.

Adopted the 16th Day of December 2020

Marty Dunn, Mayor

ORDINANCE NO. 2020-1067 AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING THE 2021 BUDGET OF THE CITY OF WAITSBURG

Estimated resources, including fund balances or working capital for each separate fund of the City of Waitsburg, and aggregate totals (net of transactions between funds) for all such funds combined for the year 2021 are set forth in summary form below, and are hereby appropriated for expenditure at the fund level during the year 2021 as set forth below:

Fund Amount

Current Expense Fund (001) $ 750,375

Cemetery M&I Fund (002) $ 104,088

Library M&I Fund (003) $ 2,800

City Street & Road (102) $ 842,726

Promotion (106) $ 500

Municipal Capital Improvement (107) $ 32,000

Water & Sewer Department (401) $ 790,725

Total All Funds $2,523,212

The full text of Ordinance 1067 is available for examination on the City’s website http://www.cityofwaitsburg.com or at the City Clerk’s Office, 147 Main St., Waitsburg, WA, during normal business hours.

Adopted the 16th Day of December 2020

Marty Dunn, Mayor

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ORDINANCE 2020-07

AN ORDINANCE adopting the Budget for the City of Prescott for the year 2021.

BE IT ORDAINED by Council of the City of Prescott that:

SECTION 1: The Budget of the City of Prescott for 2021 be, and the same hereby adopted and fixed as follows:

#001: CURRENT EXPENSE FUND EXPENDITURES REVENUES

Salaries & Wages $ 25,532.00 Taxes $ 79,699.00

Maintenance & Operations $ 128,594.00 Int. $ 150.00

Misc. $ 74,277.00

Totals: $154,126.00 $154,126.00

#101: CITY STREET FUND

Salaries & Wages $ -0-

Maintenance & Operations $ 16,521.00

Totals: $ 16,521.00 $ 16,521.00

#401: WATER FUND

Salaries & Wages $ 30,792.00 Serv. $ 66,600.00

Misc. $ 35,808.00 Misc. $ -0-

Totals: $ 66,600.00 $ 66,600.00

TOTAL 2021 BUDGET: $237,247

SECTION 2: That a copy of the detailed budget and Budget Ordinance to be forwarded to the Division of Municipal Corporations of the State of Washington.

SECTION 3: That if an item section or port of the Ordinance or of the Budget described in the same shall be adjudged to be invalid, such adjudication shall not affect the validity of the ordinance as a whole or an item, section or part of said ordinance or budget.

SECTION 4: This ordinance is necessary for the immediate preservation of the public peace, health and safety and support of the City government and its existing institutions and shall take effect immediately upon its passage and posting.

Passed and approved by the City of Prescott this 14, day of December 2020.

Attest: Linda Vannoster, Clerk-Treasurer, Steve Heimbigner, Mayor

Approved as to form: Jared Hawkins, City Attorney

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ORDINANCE SUMMARY BY TITLE ONLY FOR PUBLICATION PURPOSES

ORDINANCE NO. 1971

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF DAYTON, WASHINGTON, ADOPTING THE BUDGET FOR THE CITY OF DAYTON, WASHINGTON FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 2021.

The full text of Ordinance 1970 adopted the 2nd day of December, 2020 is available for examination at the City Administrator/Clerk-Treasurer’s Office, 111 S. 1st St., Dayton, WA during normal business hours, Monday – Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Full text of the Ordinance shall be mailed upon request.

By: /s/ Zac Weatherford, Mayor

Attest: /s/ Trina Cole, City Administrator

Approved as to form: /s/ Quinn Plant, City Attorney

Published:

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ORDINANCE SUMMARY BY TITLE ONLY FOR PUBLICATION PURPOSES

ORDINANCE NO. 1970

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF DAYTON, WASHINGTON, ADOPTING THE BUDGET FOR THE CITY OF DAYTON, WASHINGTON FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 2021.

The full text of Ordinance 1970 adopted the 2nd day of December, 2020 is available for examination at the City Administrator/Clerk-Treasurer’s Office, 111 S. 1st St., Dayton, WA during normal business hours, Monday – Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Full text of the Ordinance shall be mailed upon request.

By: /s/ Zac Weatherford, Mayor

Attest: /s/ Trina Cole, City Administrator

Approved as to form: /s/ Quinn Plant, City Attorney

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ORDINANCE SUMMARY BY TITLE ONLY FOR PUBLICATION PURPOSES

ORDINANCE NUMBER 1972 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF DAYTON, WASHINGTON AMENDING

The full text of Ordinance 1972, adopted the 16th day of December 2020, is available for examination at Dayton City Hall, 111 S. 1st St., Dayton, WA during normal business hours, 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday – Friday.

Section 1: New Chapter – Disposition of Surplus Real Property

Section 2: New Chapter – Vacation

Section 3: Severability

Section 4: Effective Date

By: /s/ Zac Weatherford, Mayor

Attest: /s/ Trina Cole, City Administrator

Approved as to from: /s/ Quinn Plant, City Attorney

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ORDINANCE SUMMARY

Pursuant to RCW 35A.12.160, the Council of the City of Prescott hereby approves for publication the following Ordinance Summary:

1. The name of the City is the City of Prescott, Washington.

2. The Ordinance summarized is Ordinance No. 2020-08, adopted by the Council of the City of Prescott on December 14, 2020

3. The Ordinance repeals and replaces Ordinance 458 adopted on November 12, 2007 in full. The Ordinance adopts new guidelines required by the Department of Ecology to conform with current law and requirements regarding flood damage prevention.

4. The Ordinance is summarized as follows:

a. The Ordinance is divided into six sections.

b. Section 1 provides the statutory authorization, findings of fact, purpose, objectives of the Ordinance, and applicability of the City’s current Development Standards.

c. Section 2 defines terms used in the Ordinance.

d. Section 3 outlines general terms of the Ordinance such as applicable lands, compliance, and penalties for noncompliance.

e. Section 4 outlines the administration of the Ordinance, including the development permit application required by the Ordinance, the designation of a floodplain administrator, and related matters.

f. Section 5 states standards for flood hazard reduction.

g. Section 6 outlines requirements for variances.

5. The Ordinance provides that states that the Ordinance shall take effect upon passage by the Council, approval by the Mayor, and after the publication as provided by law

6. A copy of the entire Ordinance will be mailed upon request or may be examined at City Hall.

This Ordinance was APPROVED by the Council of the City of Prescott on the 14th day of December, 2020.

Steve Heimbigner, Mayor

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STATE OF WASHINGTON DEPARTMENT OF ECOLOGY UNION GAP, WASHINGTON

NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO APPROPRIATE PUBLIC WATERS

TAKE NOTICE: That Crown Columbia Water Resources of Spokane, WA, on October 2, 2020, under Application No. S4-33265 applied to appropriate public waters, subject to existing rights, from all surface water and ground water in hydraulic continuity with surface water, within the Columbia River Basin within Washington State at the instantaneous rate of 49.9 cubic feet per second, for the purposes of irrigation, domestic, and municipal. That the annual quantity will be fully mitigated by existing water rights placed, or to be placed, into the Washington Trust Water Rights Program, making the proposed annual appropriation water budget neutral.

That the proposed source is all surface water or ground water in hydraulic continuity with surface water within the Columbia River Basin within Washington State as described in the Amended Trust Water Agreement between the Department of Ecology (Ecology) and Crown. The agreement is available from Ecology upon request. That the proposed place of use is within the Columbia River Basin described above, Washington.

Protests or objections to approval of this application must include a detailed statement of the basis for objections. All letters of protest will become public record. Protests must be accompanied by a $50 recording fee payable to the Department of Ecology, Cashiering Unit, PO Box 47611, Olympia WA 98504-7611, within 30 days from: (publisher to insert date of last publication)

Cash shall not be accepted. Fees must be paid by check or money order and are non-refundable.

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