Sheriff, Comp. Plan, correspondence to council & more on Council agenda Mon.


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On the docket for Monday night’s regular Burien City Council meeting is a previously-delayed presentation by new King County Sheriff Mitzi Johanknecht, 2018 Comprehensive Plan Amendments, discussion on Correspondence to the Council, Flood Damage Prevention and more.

The regular council meeting starts at 7 p.m., with a special meeting scheduled for 6 p.m.

POSSIBLE FAA DECISION?
Also, Burien’s Quiet Skies Coalition says that the City may be getting the FAA’s decision about flights over Burien on Monday, and they’re asking residents concerned about airplane noise to come to Monday’s meeting at 7 p.m. (read our previous coverage here) :

“…we are asking ALL OF YOU to come to the Burien City Council meeting to show your support to protect our skies. Under these circumstances, it is imperative that we have a large turnout so that our City Council and officials understand that our resolve is firm and that we support the City’s unwavering commitment. We may not be on the agenda, we may not be able to speak, but our commitment will not go unrecognized.”

Download the full packet here (PDF file).

SPECIAL MEETING AT 6:00 PM:

  • To Hold an Executive Session to Review the Performance of a Public Employee per RCW 42.30.110(1)(g) and to Discuss Pending Litigation per RCW 42.30.110(1).
  • To Conduct Interviews of Applicants to the Parks & Recreation Board.
  • To Discuss and Evaluate Qualifications of the Parks & Recreation Board.

PRESENTATIONS AND PROCLAMATIONS:

  • Presentation by Sheriff Johanknecht, King County Sheriff’s Office – Burien Police. (Brian J. Wilson, City Manager/Mitzi Jahanknecht, King County Sheriff).
  • Proclamation Declaring May 2018 as “Music4Life Month” in Burien. (Brian J. Wilson, City Manager)(Sponsored by Councilmember Krakowiak, Accepted by Gary Milligan Music4Life Volunteer).
  • Proclamation Declaring April 2018 as Sexual Assault Awareness Month 7 in Burien. (Brian J. Wilson, City Manager) (Sponsored by Councilmember Tosta).
  • Proclamation Naming April 20, 2018, as City of Burien Arbor Day. (Steve Roemer, PaRCS Director) (Sponsored and Accepted by Steve Roemer, PaRCS Director).
  • Proclamation Naming April 20, 2018, as City of Burien Earth Day. (Steve Roemer, PaRCS Director) (Sponsored and Accepted by Steve Roemer, PaRCS Director).

BUSINESS AGENDA:

  • Approve Appointment to the Parks & Recreation Board.
  • Discussion and Potential Action on Resolution No. 398, Establishing the 2018 Comprehensive Plan Amendment Docket.
  • Discussion and Potential Action on Ordinance No. 685, Amending BMC 15.55, Flood Damage Prevention as Recommended by the Department of Ecology.
  • Continued Discussion on City Council Meeting Guidelines: a. Discussion on Correspondence to the Council and the Moratorium. (Lisa Marshall, City Attorney).
  • Review of the Council Proposed Agenda Schedule.

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

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