Edmonds City Council to meet in committees Monday, Tuesday

The Edmonds City Council will meet in committees this week.

The City Council Parks, Planning & Public Works Committee will meet Monday at 4 p.m. in the Fourtner Room at City Hall.  On the agenda:

1.  Annual Special Event Contracts. (5 Min.)
2. Interlocal Agreement with Snohomish County Fire Protection District No. 1 Regarding Classes. (5 Min.)
3. Discussion regarding Development Agreements / Incentive Zoning. (15 Min.)
4. Discussion of Planning Report. (10 Min.)
5. Final report on project costs for the Talbot Road Grind and Overlay Small Works Project and acceptance of project. (5 Min.)
6. Authorization for Mayor to approve release of a Utility Easement & acceptance and recording of new Storm Utility and Public Pedestrian Access Easement. (5 Min.)
7. Authorization for Mayor to approve acceptance and recording of a Water Utility Easement. (5 Min.)
8. Authorization to award a construction contract for the 2013 Waterline Replacement Project. (5 Min.)
9. Quarterly Public Works Project Report. (5 Min.)
10. Report on Five Corners Roundabout Project. (5 Min.)
11. Proposed Interlocal Agreement between Snohomish County and the City of Edmonds for the SR99-228th St. SW Corridor and Safety Improvements. (5 Min.)
12. Public Comments (3 Minute Limit Per Person) (10 Min.)

The City Council Finance Committee and the Public Safety & Personnel Committee will meet Tuesday at 6 p.m. at the Public Safety Complex. The agenda includes:

Finance Committee, Jury Meeting Room
A. Surplus of computers and monitors and donation to InterConnection. (5 Min.)
B. Authorization to Contract with James G. Murphy to Sell Surplus City Vehicles. (5 Min.)
C. February 2013 Monthly Financial Report. (10 Min.)
D. Public Comments (3 Minute Limit Per Person) (10 Min.)

Public Safety and Personnel Committee, Police Training Room
A. HR Reporting Director special assignment. (10 Min.)
B. Acting Development Services Director assignment. (15 Min.)
C. Consideration of mandatory bike helmets. (15 Min.)
D. Resolution regarding Robert’s Rules. (15 Min.)
E. Code of Ethics (15 Min.)
F. Public Comments (3 Minute Limit Per Person) (10 Min.)

  1. Are Council meetings and/or committee meetings open to the public? The agenda doesn’t say whether they are, or are not, open. Much thanks.

    1. Hi David — by law, all council meetings — including committee meetings and retreats — are open to the public unless they are designated as an executive session to discuss litigation or a personnel matter.

  2. I would like to strongly recommend that interested citizens attend the committee meeting of their choice this evening. They start at 6:00 pm.

    I hope to attend and support the adoption of a comprehensive Code of Ethics and eventually an Ethics Board.

    If anybody would like to meet after the committee meetings to discuss Ethics and/or other City issues, I would consider it a privilege to meet with you this evening.

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