The Edmonds City Council during its Tuesday night study session will continue its discussion of whether to continue pursuing efforts to purchase the Edmonds Conference Center.
At its June 7 business meeting, the council learned that Edmonds’ North Sound Church has made a $2.4 million offer to the State of Washington for the Edmonds Conference Center. The city had made a $300,000 offer, with the idea of tearing down the building, which is reported to need significant repairs. The council voted 4-2 (Councilmember Tom Mesaros was absent) to continue discussing whether to increase its $300,000 bid for the property at 4th and Bell.
Other items on the council agenda include:
– Meeting at 6 p.m. in executive session to discuss collective bargaining and pending or potential litigation, followed by a 7 p.m. regular meeting.
– Update on city’s investment policy
– Discussion of the SR-104 Complete Street Corridor Analysis
– Report on final construction costs for the 2014 Citywide Storm Drainage Improvements and acceptance of project
– Discussion of boards and commissions
– Discussion of ordinance amending the Edmonds City Code relating to council committee meetings and formally establishing the committee of the whole
The meeting will be held in the Council Chambers, Public Safety Complex, 250 5th Ave. N. You can see the complete agenda here.