Edmonds City Council to meet in committees Jan. 11

For the first time in recent memory, the Edmonds City Council will hold its committee meetings on the regularly scheduled second Tuesday of the month without a business meeting following. Here are the agendas for the committee meetings, which are work sessions for councilmembers and staff. Note that some agenda items will appear before more than one committee, depending on the topic.

While the public is welcome to view the meetings via Zoom, no public comments are taken.

Public Safety, Personnel & Planning
5 p.m.

Non-Represented Employees Compensation Study

Finance Committee
6 p.m.

– Presentation to adopt resolution to amend the purchasing policies and procedures for job order contracting
– Non-Represented Employees Compensation Study
– Replacement of Eden, the city’s Enterprise Resource Planning Software
– November 2021 Monthly Financial Report

Parks and Public Works Committee
7:30 p.m.

– 2022 Parks, Recreation & Open Space (PROS) Plan update
– Frances Anderson Center tenant building use agreements and rate increase
– Presentation to adopt resolution to amend the purchasing policies and procedures for job order contracting
– Presentation to authorize advertisement of a request for proposal for job order contracting
– Agreement with Cascade Bicycle Club for the Citywide Pedestrian Crossing Enhancements Project
– Public pedestrian and water meter vault easements at 21200 72nd Ave. W.
– Contract change order for City Park odor scrubber

You can see all the meeting agendas here. To view or listen to any of the committee meetings, paste the following into a web browser using a computer or smart phone:
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4 Replies to “Edmonds City Council to meet in committees Jan. 11”

  1. Have Committee assignments been made? If not, I wonder which Councilmembers will form which Committees for the standing Committee Meetings of January 11, 2022?

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  2. Why don’t we see any “public safety” topics on the Public Safety, Personnel & Planning meeting agenda? Isn’t public safety the highest responsibility of our city government? Shouldn’t we be talking more about it and make it transparent? Otherwise, how else will we improve? This should be a monthly recurring agenda topic for this committee.

    I have a renewed appreciation for public safety and our police department, having been the victim of a physical assault by a knife carrying individual in December. EPD quickly responded and apprehended my assailant. I got lucky and don’t want anyone else to go through this experience. Expect me to continue to raise awareness and offer suggestions for improvement. I hope others will join me too. After all, it’s OUR city!

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    1. Mr. Ogonowski, very sorry that happened to you. We had much the same experience on a personal level when we got to know former Chief Compaan and officers at EPD when we had vandalism issues in our neighborhood and our home was burglarized. I don’t want anyone to have to experience this either. We found them to be extremely professional, helpful, and responsive in our time of need. It certainly enlightens one’s perception.

      Public safety, police and fire services are extremely important issues.

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