Youth violence and community safety will likely be the top items on the agenda for Monday night’s regular Burien City Council meeting, which starts at 7 p.m.
In addition, expect a Legislative Briefing from Sen. Karen Keiser, a presentation from the Puget Sound Skills Center, an Airport Update and more.
There will also be a special meeting at 6 p.m. to discuss potential litigation, as well as honoring Para los Niños as the ‘Citizen of the Year.’
Download the full agenda/packet here  (PDF file).
- 6:00 PM – To Hold an Executive Session to Discuss Potential Litigation per RCW 42.30.110(1), and to Review the Performance of a Public Employee per RCW 42.30.110(1)(g).
- 6:30 PM – To Hold a Reception Honoring Citizen of the Year, Advisory Board Members and Volunteers.
- Presentation on Legislative Briefing from Senator Keiser. (Brian J. Wilson, City Manager)
- Presentation and Discussion with the Puget Sound Skills Center. (Andrea Snyder, Economic Development Manager)
- Airport Update. (Lisa Marshall, City Attorney)
CITY MANAGER’S REPORT ON EMERGING ISSUES:
- Response to Youth Violence and Community Safety. (Brian J. Wilson, City Manager/Marcus Williams, Interim Police Chief)
- Introduction of New Employees: Bryennah Johnson, Customer Service Representative 3; and, Melissa Beatty, Administrative Services Director. (Brian J. Wilson, City Manager)
- Discussion and Potential Action on Resolution No. 398, Establishing the 2018 Comprehensive Plan Amendment Docket. (David Johanson, Senior Planner)
- Possible Action on Dai Vu Final Subdivision Plat. (Chip Davis, Community Development Director)
- Continued Discussion on Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion (LEAD) Program.(Lisa Marshall, City Attorney)
- Review of the Council Proposed Agenda Schedule. (Brian J. Wilson, City Manager)
Burien City Hall is located at 400 SW 152nd Street:Facebook Twitter Subscribe