Edmonds City Council to meet in committees Tuesday night

It’s been a while since the Edmonds City Council has had a Tuesday night devoted only to committee meetings (lately there have been a few extra issues that have necessitated regular council business prior to committee work). This Tuesday, however, all three committees will meet as work sessions only, starting at 6 p.m.

Members of the public are welcome to observe the meeting, but public participation is limited to making comments at the end of the meeting with a 3-minute limit per person. Agendas are as follows:

Finance Committee, Jury Meeting Room
A. (15 Minutes) An Ordinance of the City of Edmonds, Washington, amending Edmonds City Code Chapter 3.75 relating to the Edmonds Downtown Business Improvement District Adding Section 3.75.075 to create an exemption for new businesses, amending Section 3.75.080 to amend the delinquent payment procedure, and fixing a time when the same shall become effective.
B. (10 Minutes) Discussion regarding the reporting/disclosures of lawsuits and settlements.
C. (10 Minutes) Human Resources Department Reorganization
D. (10 Minutes) Acting Development Services Director assignment.
E. (10 Minutes) 2014 February Budgetary Financial Report
F. (15 Minutes) Continued discussion regarding cost to have the minutes of the Public Safety/Personnel and Parks, Planning, and Public Works taped and transcribed.
G. (5 Minutes) Application for a Concession Agreement between the City of Edmonds and Dean Parmenter/Hot Diggity Dog.
H. (10 Minutes) Public comments (3-minute limit per person)

Parks, Planning & Public Works Committee, Council Chambers
A. (10 Minutes) Heritage Tree Program
B. (10 Minutes) Alliance for Housing Affordability Interlocal Agreement for 2014-2015
B. (10 Minutes) Alliance for Housing Affordability Interlocal Agreement for 2014-2015
C. (5 Minutes) Authorization for Mayor to sign Supplemental Agreement with Perteet for the 228th St. SW Corridor Improvement project
D. (5 Minutes) Authorizing Resolution for RCO grant for Civic Center
E. (5 Minutes) Quarterly Public Works Project Report
F. (5 Minutes) Authorization for Mayor to sign Supplemental Agreement with David Evans and Associates for engineering support services for the Five Corners Roundabout Project
G. (5 Minutes) Authorization for Mayor to sign a Snohomish County Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)
Contract for ADA Upgrades for the 3rd Ave Curb Ramp Replacement Project
H. (5 Minutes) Authorization to award a construction contract for the Sanitary Sewer Replacement Project
I. (5 Minutes) Report on Bids opened April 1, 2014 for the Five Corners Roundabout Project and award of contract.
J. (5 Minutes) Authorization for Mayor to sign a Professional Services Agreement with The Blueline Group for Capital Projects Construction Management, Engineering & Inspection Services
K. (5 Minutes) Annual Special Event Contracts
L. (5 Minutes) Update on Cultural Heritage Tour grant project.
M. (5 Minutes) 76th Ave. W at 212th St. SW Intersection Improvements project Update
N. (5 Minutes) Amendment to the 2014-2019 Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program to add the 76th Ave. W re-striping project from 220th St. SW to Olympic View Dr.
O. (5 Minutes) Request authorization to award the construction contract for the Wastewater Treatment Plant Interior Improvements Project to Tec Construction Inc.
P. (5 Minutes) Control System Upgrade – Equipment Purchase Authorization
Q. (5 Minutes) Control System Upgrade – Request approval for Mayor to sign a Professional Services Contract with Parametrix, Inc.
R. (5 Minutes) Council acceptance of a 40-foot street dedication (243rd Pl W) and 15-foot public sanitary sewer easement and authorization for Mayor to sign face of plat documents.
S. (5 Minutes) FAC Equipment Surplus
T. (10 Minutes) Public comments (3-minute limit per person)

Public Safety and Personnel Committee, Police Training Room
A. (10 Minutes) Human Resources Department Reorganization
B. (10 Minutes) Acting Development Services Director assignment.
C. (15 Minutes) Citizen Commission code amendments
D. (5 Minutes) Petroleum transport by rail through Edmonds
E. (10 Minutes) Public comments (3-minute limit per person)

The meetings are held in the Public Safety Complex, 250 5th Ave. N. You can see the complete agendas here.

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3 Comments

  1. I think it is great that we have a council that is spending time in committees, may I recommend that they put some SMART goals out there:

    SPECIFIC
    MEASURABLE
    ACHIEVABLE
    RELEVANT
    TIME BOUND

    Then publish and track those goals for the rest of the residents of Edmonds – and by the way, “No” is not a SMART goal…

    Two cents.

  2. This is probably one of the better Edmonds City Council doing the hard job of what is right for the citizens of Edmonds. Thank you Council members……a diverse group

  3. I thought the council has met once a month on committees for as long as I have lived here. What am I missing?

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