Expect another well-attended Edmonds City Council meeting Tuesday night.
The council will take additional public comment on a council proposal to buy the vacant Skippers restaurant property, consider a resolution to place a levy on the Aug. 17, 2010 primary election ballot, and also begin discussing a proposal by Councilmember Michael Plunkett to change the city’s governance structure from a mayor-council to city manager-council form of government.
The council is also likely to know the outcome of a counter offer the city submitted to Cascade Bank on Friday regarding the Skippers property. The counter offer, approved by the council last Friday following discussion in executive session, would give the city the option of an additional 60 days beyond the original 60 days the bank requested for due diligence if a more extensive environmental assessment is required.
The meeting begins at 7 p.m. in the Council Chambers, Public Safety Complex, 250 5th Ave. N.