A public hearing on a city proposal to extend permitting of streateries is among the items on the Edmonds City Council agenda for Tuesday, Dec. 7.
The council in December 2020 passed an ordinance that allowed the temporary streateries in on-street parking spaces, giving the public an outdoor dining option during COVID-19. That ordinance is set to sunset on Dec. 31, but development services staff is recommending that it be extended.
In other business, the council is also scheduled to hear a presentation on a compensation study for non-represented city employees, approve an interlocal agreement with the Snohomish Health District and review the city’s 2022 legislative agenda for the upcoming session of the Washington State Legislature.
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