Hotel development, finances, human services on Monday Council agenda


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On the agenda for Monday night’s regular Burien City Council meeting is an update on hotel development – including suggested locations – along with a report from the Human Services Commission, amending the city’s zoning map, renters rights, 2019-2024 financial forecast, and more.

Council is also considering changing the start time of meetings to Thursdays at 6 p.m., and holding Study Sessions on the 4th Saturday of each month starting at 10 a.m.

NOTE: An earlier version of this story included a mention that the future of the Eagle Landing stairs will be on Monday night’s agenda; it is not, and that this post has been revised to reflect the correct agenda.

Download a PDF of the agenda/packet here.

PROCLAMATIONS:

  • Proclamation Proclaiming June 15, 2018 as Airport Service Workers Day in the City of Burien. (Sponsored by Councilmember Olguin / Accepted by Mauricio Ayon)

CITY MANAGER’S REPORT ON EMERGING ISSUES

BUSINESS AGENDA: 

  • Presentation of the Human Services Commission Quarterly Report.
  • Discussion and Potential Action on Ordinance No. 688 Amending City’s Zoning Map and Adopting Findings and Conclusions Regarding the Breske and Redpoint Development Rezone Requests.
  • Update on Hotel Development
  • Presentation on the Long Range Financial Forecast.
  • Discussion on Renters Rights.
  • Discussion on Changing the Date and Time of Council Meetings. (Brian J. Wilson, City Manager)
  • Continued Discussion of the City Council Meeting Guidelines. (Lisa Marshall, City Attorney)
  • Review of the Council Proposed Agenda Schedule.

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

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