Mary’s Place/Comp Plan, Budget, Art & more on agenda for Monday Council


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On the agenda for Monday night’s (Dec. 17) Burien City Council meeting are the controversial Comprehensive Plan Amendments related to the new Mary’s Place project, along with the 2019-20 budget, public art, gambling tax and much more.

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

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

BUSINESS AGENDA:

  • Motion to Approve Ordinance No. 699, Adopting the 2019-2020 Biennial Budget, including the Operating and Capital Improvement Program (CIP), and Financial Policies.
(Eric Christensen, Finance Director) 
Agenda Bill – Pdf
  • Motion to Direct the City Manager to Write Off Uncollectible Debt per the City’s Financial Policies. (Eric Christensen, Finance Director)
  • Staff Presentation on the 2019-2020 Public Art Plan and Public Art Maintenance Plan. (Gina Kallman, Cultural Arts Supervisor)
  • Discussion and Possible Action on the 2018 Comprehensive Plan Amendments. 
(Chip Davis, Community Development Director / David Johanson, Senior Planner / Thara Johnson, Senior Planner)
  • Discussion and Potential Action on Memorandum of Understanding between Teamsters No. 763 and the City of Burien. (Lisa Marshall, City Attorney)
  • Discussion and Potential Action Directing the City Manager to Notify Seattle City Light in Writing to Increase the Rate Differential to SCL Customers in Burien from 6% to 8%. (Lisa Marshall, City Attorney)
  • Discussion and Potential Action on Ordinance No. 703 Increasing the Gambling Tax Imposed on Social Card Rooms from 8% to 11%. (Lisa Marshall, City Attorney)
  • Discussion and Potential Action to Direct the City Manager to Commence Discussions with Water and Sewer Districts in Burien Regarding Imposition of either a 6% Franchise Fee or a 6% Utility Tax. (Lisa Marshall, City Attorney)
  • Discussion on an Ordinance to Ban Plastic Bags. (Maiya Andrews, Public Works Director)
    Continued Discussion of the City Council Meeting Guidelines. (Lisa Marshall, City Attorney)
  • Review of the Council Proposed Agenda Schedule.

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