Metro RapidRide, TIP, Youth Council & more on agenda for Monday Council

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On the agenda for Monday night’s Burien City Council regular meeting is discussion and potential action on Metro Transit’s proposed RapidRide H-Line, the 2019-2024 Transportation Improvement Program, establishing a Youth Council, and much more.

Also on the docket is discussion of BEDP bylaws, a proposed plan to bring back Correspondence to the Council, as well as introduction of new city employees.

Here are the main topics (download the PDF packet here):


  • Introduction of New Employees: Zack Mohsen, IS Help Desk Technician; Robin Tischmak, Assistant Public Works Director; and, Steven Blake, Building Official. (Brian J. Wilson, City Manager)


  • Discussion and Potential Action on Preferred Alternative for Metro RapidRide H-Line. (Maiya Andrews, Public Works Director / Jerry Roberson, King County Metro Project/Program Manager)
  • Public Hearing and Discussion on the 2019-2024 Transportation Improvement Program. (Maiya Andrews, Public Works Director / Robin Tischmak, Assistant Public Works Director)
  • Update on Establishing a Youth Council. (Steve Roemer, PaRCS Director)
  • Discussion and Potential Action on Business & Economic Development Partnership Municipal Code & By-Laws. (Andrea Snyder, Economic Development Manager)
  • Continued Discussion on City Council Meeting Guidelines. (Lisa Marshall, City Attorney)
  • Review of the Council Proposed Agenda Schedule. (Brian J. Wilson, City Manager)

The meeting starts at 7 p.m. at Burien City Hall, 400 SW 152nd Street:

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