Solutions to homelessness, NERA, & more on agenda for Monday council meeting

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At the upcoming Burien City Council meeting – set for this coming Monday, March 20 – solutions to homelessness – including the potential of establishing a local Day Center – along with NERA, replacing the city’s ‘gateway arch,’ Arts, Parks Boards and more will be on the agenda.

The regular meeting will start at 7 p.m., with a special meeting on the Arts and Parks Boards held at 5:30 p.m.

Download the full agenda packet here (PDF file).

Here’s what’s on the Business Agenda:

  • Discussion and Potential Action to Approve a New City Staff Position: Public Records Officer.
  • Public Hearing on Vacations and Alterations of Recorded Subdivision and Vacation of Rights-of-Way in NERA.
  • Discussion and Potential Action to Adopt Ordinance No. 666, Amending the 2017-2018 Biennial Budget to Recognize Revenue and Appropriate Expenditures for replacement of the Gateway Arch and to Appropriate Expenditures for Repair of the Town Square Spray Park.
  • Discussion and Potential Action on Lease for Public Works Maintenance Facility.
  • Discussion on Possible Solutions to the Homeless Issue and the Potential of Establishing a Day Center.
  • Review of Council Proposed Agenda Schedule.

Burien City Hall is located at 400 SW 152nd Street.

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6 Responses to “Solutions to homelessness, NERA, & more on agenda for Monday council meeting”
  1. Lake Burien says:

    No to day center. Burien can no longer follow Seattle failed plans!

  2. Question Authority says:

    But wait, the most important item to be discussed should be why L. Bezerkoitz is missing from that long cold seat. Each community member who has a chance to speak should ask the same question over and over until the truth comes out and her overdue censure begins.

    • Question Authority says:

      Actually she has already sunk her own boat and will never qualify for reelection, so moving on to the next most important thing. Kicking the bums/drug addicts/drunks and thieves who the Council are enabling by lack of action, and holding the KC Library system accountable for allowing chair camping.

  3. Question Authority says:

    If Little Miss absentee is going to show up to a meeting it will probably be the upcoming one as her entire homeless fan base minion brigade will be there seeking her autograph and blessing.

  4. Very Local says:

    Just Say No….. to NERA. Burien is the NEW FLIGHT PATH. STOP working with the Devil…FAA, SEATAC do not care. Peace and Quiet in Burien is Very Important.

  5. ZeldaFreak says:

    Enabling, that is what we don’t want to do. Look at what has happened to Seattle and we don’t want that here. We need to enforce “squatting”, health code violations, etc. With all of the trash and human feces at these camps, the smell alone is unbearable. I have two vacant lots in my cul-de-sac and constantly worry about “campers” moving in. Stop enabling the homeless who come from various parts of our country for the calmer climate.

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