The committee meetings, while open to the public, are work sessions for the city council and staff, and public comment is not taken. Video recordings of these meetings do not occur.
The committees meet concurrently in separate rooms as indicated below:
Parks and Public Works Committee (Council Chamber)
– Report on Bids for the Seaview Park Infiltration Facility.
– Report on Bids for the 2018 Sanitary Sewer Replacement Project.
– Presentation of the 2018 Transportation Safety Plan.
– Report on final construction costs for the Frances Anderson Center Bandshell Replacement Project.
– Presentation of a supplemental agreement with Murraysmith for the 2019 Sewerline Replacement.
– Closeout of Civic Stadium project demolition.
– Final acceptance of the 228th Street Southwest Corridor Improvements Project.
-Engineering analysis and preliminary design for a system to replace the current sludge incinerator at the city’s wastewater treatment plant.
– Review of city special event contracts, including the Classic Car Show, Fourth of July, Market and Taste.
– Review of a resolution to submit five grants to the Washington State Recreation Conservation Office for two parks projects — Civic Field and Waterfront Walkway.
– Review of professional services agreement for Civic Field design services.
Finance Committee (Jury Meeting Room)
– Report on Public Works committee agenda items
– Capital asset policy and resolution for adoption
– First quarter 2018 budget amendment
– Ordinance to repeal City Council Chapter 3.04 to establish guidance for financial reporting, which will be replaced later with resolution. (Best practice is to adopt financial reporting guidelines by resolution rather than by ordinance.)
-February 2018 Monthly Financial Report
Public Safety, Personnel and Planning Committee (Police Training Room)
-Proposed mid-cycle building and fire code amendment, which includes reducing the square footage threshold related to commercial fire sprinklers and fire alarm systems.
-Amendments to ECC 8.48 to address parking regulation issues along Sunset Avenue.
-Agreement With Snohomish County for flex funds to be used for new social worker program.
-Ordinance amending Edmonds City Code 5.34 (Domestic Violence) by adding several new subsections and defining the new crimes of “Strangulation” and “Exposing Children to Domestic Violence.”
The regular council meeting will begin at 7 p.m. in the Council Chambers, Public Safety Complex, 250 5th Ave. N. The council will meet in a special meeting prior to that — at 6:15 p.m. — to interview candidate Carolyn Henry for appointment to the Edmonds Cemetery Board.
You can see the regular meeting agenda here.