On the agenda for Monday night’s (May 4, 2020) regular Burien City Council meeting: public safety update from Burien Police Chief Ted Boe, discussion of revised ‘Stay Home, Stay Healthy’ orders and its impact on Burien, a proposed community engagement process for community center services, and an update from the South King Housing and Homelessness Partnership.
The meeting will start at 7 p.m., and will be held via Zoom Webinar (Public Access Link: https://bit.ly/2yeWsFk).
Download the full agenda packet here (PDF file).
CITY MANAGER’S REPORT ON EMERGING ISSUES
- Update from Police Chief (Theodore Boe, Chief of Police)
- Update on Governor Inslee’s Orders (Garmon Newsom II, City Attorney)
- Update on Burien’s Implementation of Governor’s Orders (Chris Craig, Economic Development Manager)
- Planning Efforts for Reopening City Services (Maiya Andrews, Public Works Director and Carolyn Hope, PaRCS Director)
- Proposed Process for Community Engagement for Community Center Services (Carolyn Hope, PaRCS Director)
- Council Agenda Planning Calendar (Brian J. Wilson, City Manager)
PUBLIC COMMENT DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC
There are three ways to provide public comment:
- Email (preferred): You can provide a public comment in advance by sending an email to [email protected]. The City Clerk will read your comment aloud for up to two minutes per email comment during the meeting.
- Text: Send a text to [email protected] (simply enter the email address in the “To:” line of the text) and the City Clerk will read your comment aloud for up to two minutes per text comment during the meeting.
- Online (Zoom): If you are unable to provide public comment via email or text, and would still like to provide public comment during the meeting, you will need to login to the Zoom meeting that begins at approximately 7 p.m.