On Edmonds Council agenda: court annual report, transition legal services


On the Edmonds City Council agenda for Tuesday night:

– An update from Sustainable Works, which partnered with the City of Edmonds and Sustainable  Edmonds to bring reduced-cost energy audits and incentives for energy-saving improvements to area residents and businesses
– A review of the Hearing Examiner’s recommendation to approve a fence height variance for Snohomish County PUD to install an 8-foot-tall replacement fence around its existing substation at 9005 244th St. S.W.
– An Annual Report from Municipal Court Judge Doug Fair.
– Discussion and potential action regarding an agreement for transition legal services required by former City Attorney Ogden Murphy Wallace.
– Report on bids opened Feb. 17 for the 2010 Waterline Replacement Project, and a recommendation that Kar-Vel Construction Company be awarded a contract for $1.8 million.
– A resolution authorizing the Mayor and staff to dispense with competitive bidding requirements to allow for an emergency repair on the stormwater pipe at Dayton Street. (This is related to the sinkhole that we reported on here.)

You can see the entire agenda here.

The meeting begins at 7 p.m. in Council Chambers, Public Safety Complex, 250 5th Ave. N., Edmonds.  Note that the council will also hold an executive session prior to the regular meeting, starting at 6 p.m., to discuss real estate negotiations.

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