Roaming cats on your nerves? Edmonds City Council to hold public hearing Tuesday on issue
Beware, cats of Edmonds. If you like to wander, your days may be numbered.
The Edmonds City Council will hold a public hearing at Tuesday night’s meeting on the topic of whether Edmonds Animal Control should be able to issue tickets for cats who are a nuisance. According to the council agenda, the Council’s Public Safety and Personnel Committee “has considered the topic and is split,” so the council decided to bring the matter to the public.
- A swearing-in ceremony for Police Sgt Josh McClure.
- Authorization for the Mayor to sign agreements with the State of Washington Department of Ecology for stormwater and retrofit/LID project grants.
- A discussion on 2014 budget approaches and a council code of ethics.
- Consideration of a proposal to rescind an interim zoning ordinance to amend the City’s Critical Areas Ordinance, to allow development within legally established impervious areas and within buffer areas “that are physically separated and functionally isolated from an associated critical area.”
The meeting will begin at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the Council Chambers, Public Safety Complex, 250 5th Ave. N., Edmonds. You can see the complete agenda here.