Here’s what’s on the agenda for Monday’s Burien City Council meeting

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Here’s what’s on the agenda for the next Burien City Council meeting – set for this coming Monday, Sept. 18 at 7 p.m.:

An executive session is scheduled for 6 p.m., to hold Human Services Commission interviews and select candidates.

Both a State and Federal Lobbyist will make presentations, with the Federal one including discussion of FAA and airport issues.

Download a PDF of the packet here.


  • Presentation on State Legislation by State Lobbyist Jennifer 3. Ziegler, Public Affairs.
  • Presentation on Federal Legislation by Federal Lobbyist Mike 13. Doubleday, Doubleday Government Relations.


  • Motion to Direct the City Attorney to Draft an Ordinance with the Content Modeling the City of Seattle Source of Income Discrimination Prohibition with Penalties Mirroring the City of Tumwater for Consideration at the Next Meeting.
  • Motion to Approve Appointments to the Human Services Commission.
  • Update on Process for Allocating 2018 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Funds.
  • Recommend Adding a Human Services Manager Position.
  • Potential Action to Adopt Ordinance No. 676, Approving the Indirect Change of Control of Astound Broadband, LLC d/b/a/ Wave. (Time Sensitive)
  • Recommend Adoption of Revisions to BMC Title 6, Animals.
  • Review of Council Proposed Agenda Schedule.


  • Emerging Issues.
  • Introduction of New Employees: Interim Police Chief Mark Konoske and Financial Analyst Josh White.
  • Peter Western Bridge Update.

The meeting can be viewed online here, and Burien City Hall is located at 400 SW 152nd Street:

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2 Responses to “Here’s what’s on the agenda for Monday’s Burien City Council meeting”
  1. Question Authority says:

    Don’t model anything after the City of Seattle given it’s track record and soft glove policy, and or lack of backbone dealing with vagrants, drugs and crime. Liberalism has failed them and those who support it have their heads in the sand ignoring the mess that has been created and now pushed towards Burien.

  2. Johnie Law says:

    I say our top priority is we need more money spent to fight crime in Burien!

    Crime is too high in Burien and some cuts need to happen in other areas of spending until we get our crime problem down!

    As long as we the tax payers have enough money to fight the crime first – then if there’s any tax money left it would be nice to help people in need.

    Lets do what normandy park does, they have a low crime rate!!!

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