A discussion on the Eagle Landing Park Stairway Project, Art in Public Places, official introduction of new Police Chief Ted Boe, along with four Proclamations and more are on the agenda for Monday night’s Burien City Council meeting.
The regular meeting starts at 7 p.m. Monday night, May 7, with a Special Meeting scheduled for 5:30 p.m.
Download the full agenda/packet here (PDF file).
SPECIAL MEETING AT 5:30 PM:
- To Hold an Executive Session to Discuss Pending and Potential Litigation per RCW 42.30.110(1).
PROCLAMATIONS / PRESENTATIONS:
- Proclamation Declaring June 2018 as LGBTQ+ Month in the City of 5 Burien.(Brian J. Wilson, City Manager) (Sponsored by Councilmember Marx / Accepted by Debra George and the Burien Pride Committee)
- Proclamation Proclaiming May 14-18, 2018 as Affordable Housing 7 Week in the City of Burien. (Brian J. Wilson, City Manager) (Sponsored by Councilmember Tosta / Accepted by Malory Gustave, Associate Director of Housing and Case Management at Hopelink and Maneula Ginnett, Housing Director at the Multi Service Center)
- Proclamation Proclaiming May 15 as Peace Officers Memorial Day and May 14-18, 2018 as National Police Week in the City of Burien. (Brian J. Wilson, City Manager) (Sponsored by Councilmember Edgar / Accepted by Police Chief Theodore (Ted) Boe)
- Proclamation Honoring King County Water District No. 20 General Manager Dick Swaab. (Brian J. Wilson, City Manager) (Sponsored by Councilmember Marx / Accepted by General Manager Dick Swaab)
- Presentation on GIS Prospector Tool by Soundside Alliance. (Andrea Snyder, Economic Development Manager/Andrea Reay, Seattle Southside Chamber of Commerce, Executive Director)
CITY MANAGER’S REPORT ON EMERGING ISSUES:
- Introduction of New Employees: Theodore (Ted) Boe, Police Chief; Thara Johnson, Senior Planner; and, Mark Tostenrude, Park & Facility Maintenance Worker.
- Discussion on the Eagle Landing Park Stairway Project. (Steve Roemer, PaRCS Director)
- Discussion and Potential Action on Revisions to Ordinance 238 and Resolution 152 Regarding the Art in Public Places Fund. (Steve Roemer, PaRCS Director / Dane Johnson, Arts Commissioner and Kathy Justin, Arts Commissioner)
- Discussion and Potential Action on Ordinance No. 685, Amending BMC 15.55, Flood Damage Prevention as Recommended by the Department of Ecology. (Chip Davis, Community Development Director)
- Approval of Interlocal Agreement with the Port of Seattle for Property Exchanges along South 144th Street. (Maiya Andrews, Public Works Director)
- Update on Economic Development
- Review of the Council Proposed Agenda Schedule. (Brian J. Wilson, City Manager)
Burien City Hall is located at 400 SW 152nd Street: