Budget, zoning, taxes, weather, climate change and more will be on the agenda for Monday night’s regular Burien City Council meeting.

The meeting starts at 7 p.m. Monday night, Dec. 2 at Burien City Hall.

Download the full agenda packet here (PDF file).

Here’s what’s on the docket:

CITY MANAGER’S REPORT ON EMERGING ISSUES:

    • Burien Weather Forecast Update (Brian J. Wilson, City Manager / Maiya Andrews, Public Works Director)
    • Port of Seattle Financial Support for the Miller Creek Culvert Replacement, Fish Passage, and Stream Restoration Project ($800,000) (Brian J. Wilson, City Manager / Maiya Andrews, Public Works Director)
    • King County Supplemental Budget Allocation (King County Councilmember Joe McDermott) of $30,000 towards Burien’s Severe Weather Shelter (Brian J. Wilson, City Manager / Colleen Brandt-Schulter, Human Services Manager)

BUSINESS AGENDA:

    • Adopt Ordinance No. 723, Amending the 2019-2020 Biennial Budget, including the 2020 Financial Policies (Eric Christensen, Finance Director)
    • Ordinance No. 726, Repealing Chapter 3.11 of the Burien Municipal Code (BMC) and Adopting a New Chapter 3.11 of the BMC with the New Business and Occupation Tax Model Ordinance Language (Eric Christensen, Finance Director)
    • Ordinance No. 727, Amending Section 3.06.040 of the Burien Municipal Code (BMC) to Change Tax Filing Dates and Reporting Periods (Eric Christensen, Finance Director)
    • Adopt Ordinance No. 724, Zoning Code Amendments on Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) Regulations and Amending the Allowance of Single-Family Detached Land Uses in Multi-Family Zones (Thara Johnson, Senior Planner)
    • Burien Urban Center Plan Discussion (Thara Johnson, Senior Planner)
    • Ordinance No. 725, 2019 Comprehensive Plan Amendments (Thara Johnson, Senior Planner)
    • Ordinance No. 728, Final Subdivision Plat: Reserve at Sunnydale (PLA 19-0867) (Chad Tibbits, Planner)
    • Resolution No. 419, Approval of Supporting the Adoption of a Regional Clean Fuels Standard (Megan Gregor, City Clerk)
    • Resolution No. 420, K4C – Joint Letter of Commitment: Climate Change Actions in King County (Susan McLain, Community Development Director)
    • Resolution No. 421, Pooling funding between other SKHHP (South King Housing and Homelessness Partners) Cities related to SHB 1406 Encouraging Investments in Affordable and Supportive Housing (Colleen Brandt-Schluter, Human Services Manager)
    • Future Councilmember Salaries and Benefits (Cathy Schrock, Administrative Services Director)
    • Council Agenda Planning Calendar (Brian J. Wilson, City Manager)