Edmonds City Council to meet in committees Tuesday night

Committee meetings are on tap for the Edmonds City Council Tuesday night. These meetings are open to the public but are work sessions for City Council and staff. They are not public hearings.

Each committee will meet to discuss the following agendas in separate rooms as indicated below.

Community Services/Development Services Committee
Council Chambers
A. Report on final construction costs for West Dayton Emergency Storm Repair Project and Council acceptance of project (5 min.)
B. Report on Small Works Roster Solicitation for the Dayton St. CIPP Storm Pipe Rehabilitation Project and award contract to Michels Corporation in the amount of $64,020.00 (5 min.)
C. Ordinance amending the Edmonds City Code, adding 4-hour parking limitations to Brackett’s Landing North Parking Lot (5 min.)
D. Authorization for Mayor to sign Interlocal Agreement with Community Transit for Commute Trip Reduction 2011-2015 (5 min.)
E. Authorization for Mayor to sign Interlocal Agreement with the City of Lynnwood to install waterline as part of Lynnwood’s 76th Avenue West Sewer Improvement Project (5 min.)
F. Potential amendments to downtown BD zones (20 min.)
G. Public comments (10 min.– 3-minute limit per person)

Finance Committee
Jury Meeting Room
A. Quarterly report regarding fiber optic opportunities (10 min.)
B. Park Trust Fund Ordinance amending City Code 3.16.020 (5 min.)
C. Old Milltown Courtyard budget review, project timing (15 min.)
D. Review of minor changes by SNOCOM legal to the “Interlocal Agreement for SNOCOM Internet Access” that was approved for Mayor’s signature on 11-16-2010 (5 min.)
E. Update on financial policies and reporting – Finance Reserve Policy Examples (10 min.)
Public Comments (10 min. — 3-minute limit per person)

Public Safety and Human Resources Committee
Police Training Room
A. Interlocal Agreement with Okanogan County for Jail Services (10 min.)

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