Edmonds City Council to discuss change in meeting time Tuesday

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It’s a very long consent agenda — 23 items — but a very short regular agenda for the Edmonds City Council Tuesday night.

After a scheduled 30-minute executive session to discuss pending litigation, starting at 6:30 p.m., the only items on the council agenda are audience comments, a 15-minute discussion regarding change in start time of City Council meetings from 7 p.m. to 6 p.m.  (you can see the results of our reader survey on this topic here) and a report on last week’s City Council Committee Meetings. There is also the usual time allotted for mayor and councilmember comments.

The consent agenda — which is approved without discussion at the beginning of the meeting unless a councilmember requests an item be moved to the regular agenda — includes the following items:

– Acknowledge receipt of Claims for Damages from Jennifer Dold ($197.34), Danielle Lowe-Angelo (undetermined), and Precision Earthworks ($1 million). Precision Earthworks was the construction company on the controversial Haines Wharf project.

– Authorization to advertise a request for bids for construction services for the SR99 International District Enhancements Project.

– Report on final construction costs for 226th St. SW Walkway and acceptance of project.

– Report on final construction costs for Dayton St. Cured in Place Pipe (CIPP) Storm Pipe Rehabilitation Project and acceptance of the project.

– Report on final construction costs for the BNSF Double Track and Underground Utilities Project and acceptance of project.

– Report on final construction costs for the Main Street Watermain Project and acceptance of project.

– Report on final construction costs for the Shell Valley Emergency Access Road Project and acceptance of project.

– Authorization for acceptance and recording of a new sanitary sewer easement and abandonment of an existing sanitary sewer easement at 620 Sunset Avenue.

– Authorization for Mayor to sign a Professional Services Agreement with SAIC to provide consulting services for the Dayton Street & SR104 Drainage Alternatives Study.

– Authorization for Mayor to sign a Professional Services Agreement with BHC Consultants to provide services to prepare the 2012-13 Sanitary Sewer Comprehensive Plan.

– Authorization to approve easements for the Sewer Lift Station Rehabilitation Project.

– Authorization to advertise a Request for Bids for construction services for the Talbot Road/Perrinville Creek Drainage Improvements.

– Authorization to advertise a Request for Bids for construction services for the 76th Avenue W Waterline Installation Project.

– Authorization to advertise a Request for Bids for construction services for the 2012 Waterline Replacement Project.

– City Council appointment for Citizens Commission on Compensation of Elected Officials.

– Human Resources temporary staffing proposal.

You can read background information on all of the consent agenda items here.  The meeting will be in the Council Chambers, Public Safety Complex, 250 5th Ave. N.

1 COMMENT

  1. I wonder how many weeks it will take them to decide on a “new” meeting time. We could go bankrupt while this important decision is being debated!

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