Robert “Bob” Freeman, an Edmonds environmental advocate who passed away Sept. 1, and his wife Janice will be honored with a proclamation at Tuesday night’s Edmonds City Council meeting.
The meeting, which starts at 6 p.m. in the Council Chambers, is scheduled to last an hour, followed by council committee meetings. It’s important to note that committees are work sessions for the City Council and staff. 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 three-minute limit per person.
Here are the agendas:
1. Roll Call
2. (5 Minutes) Approval of Agenda
3. (5 Minutes) Approval of Consent Agenda Items
A. Approval of City Council Meeting Minutes of Sept. 2, 2014.
4. (5 Minutes) Proclamation in honor of Bob & Janice Freeman.
5. Audience Comments (3 minute limit per person)
6. (15 Minutes) Presentation on the Traffic Calming Program
7. (10 Minutes) A Resolution Supporting Passage of Washington State Initiative 594
City Council Committee Meetings
Finance Committee, Jury Meeting Room
A. (10 Minutes) 2014 July Monthly Budgetary Financial Report
B. (5 Minutes) Surplus Computer Equipment
C. (10 Minutes) Woodway Police Services Contract
D. (15 Minutes) Mayor’s Salary Discussion
E. (10 Minutes) Redirect Traffic Calming Funds to SR 104 Crosswalk
F. (10 Minutes) Request for Additional Funding for Independent Health Impact Assessment (HIA) on Coal
G. (10 Minutes) Public comments (3-minute limit per person)
Parks, Planning & Public Works Committee, Council Chambers
A. (5 Minutes) Authorization for Mayor to sign a Professional Services Agreement with Fehr & Peers for the 2015 Transportation Plan.
B. (5 Minutes) Authorization for Mayor to sign a Professional Services Agreement with Fehr & Peers for the SR-104 Complete Street Corridor Analysis
C. (5 Minutes) Construction contract for the ADA Ramps Along 3rd Ave. S. Project.
D. (5 Minutes) Authorization for Mayor to sign a Supplemental Agreement with Perteet for the 228th Street Southwest Corridor Improvement project
E. (10 Minutes) Public comments (3-minute limit per person)
Public Safety and Personnel Committee, Police Training Room
A. (10 Minutes) Discussion regarding Code of Ethics.
(10 Minutes) Public comment (3-minute limit per person)
You can learn more here. The meetings are held in the Council Chambers, Public Safety Complex, 250 5th Ave. N.