Police oversight, community survey & more on agenda for Mon. council meeting

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On the docket for Monday night’s regular Burien City Council meeting is reports from OLEO on police oversight, community survey results, an update on fireworks, a proposed memorial for late Mayor Joan McGilton, budgeting and much more.

The meeting starts at 7 p.m. at City Hall.

Download the full agenda/packet here (PDF file).


  • Presentation by the Office of Law Enforcement Oversight (OLEO) Director Deborah Jacobs. (Brian J. Wilson, City Manager)


  • Introduction of New Employees: Jessica Sullivan, Police Captain; and, Eric Christensen, Finance Director
  • Fireworks After Action Report: Police Captain Sullivan; Fire Marshall Pettigrew
  • Update on Status of Burien vs. FAA


  • Presentation of Community Survey Results. (Emily Inlow-Hood, Communications Manager)
  • Discussion and Potential Action Regarding a Memorial Rock with Plaque Honoring Former Mayor Joan McGilton at Seahurst Park. (Steve Roemer, PaRCS Director)
  • Discussion and Direction on FY2019 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Capital Funds.(Lori Fleming, Management Analyst / Colleen Brandt-Schluter, Human Services Manager)
  • Presentation of the 2019-2020 Budget Process and Calendar. (Eric Christensen, Finance Director)
  • Continued Discussion of the City Council Meeting Guidelines. (Lisa Marshall, City Attorney)
  • Review of the Council Proposed Agenda Schedule. (Brian J. Wilson, City Manager)

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