During the regularly scheduled Port of Edmonds Commission meeting Monday night, the Commission:
— Received a scheduled presentation from Stephen Clifton, the City of Edmonds’ Director of Community Services and Economic Development. His report covered the status of new or pending City legislation, and various in-progress projects and proposals.
— Held a workshop session to discuss the 2012 preliminary operating and capital budgets. You can see the financial packet presented to commissioners here.
— Convened the first of three public hearings on the 2012 preliminary operating and capital budgets. Citizens will have a chance to comment during a second public hearing Oct. 31 and a final hearing Nov. 14.
The next regular meeting of the Port Commission will be at 7:00 PM on Monday, October 31, 2011, in the Port Commission meeting room. Scheduled agenda items include the preliminary 2012 operating budget, preliminary 2012 capital budget and the second public hearing on them.
I’m assuming that Mr. Clifton’s report will be available in 3 weeks after the next Port Commission meeting when the minutes are approved. I can wait until then, but if anyone can post a link sooner, I’d appreciate it. (I couldn’t find it on the Port website or on Mr. Clifton’s Economic Development web page.)
I did not provide the Port Commission with a formal written report as my presentation was based on an outline of notes. Once Port Commission minutes are approved and posted on the Port of Edmonds website, if you have any questions, please contact me at the City or stop by my office on the 3rd floor of City Hall.
I look forward to the minutes. Thanks for the quick answer!
Joe I will go with you to Stephens office and get a briefing. Just say yes and I will arrange the logistics.
As Mr Clifton suggested, we should wait for the minutes and then see if there are any unanswered questions.
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