On the agenda for Monday night’s (Aug. 3) Burien City Council meeting: Citizen of the Year, downtown development, outdoor seating for restaurants, police services report, police study task force, housing needs assessment and action plan, and more.
Download the full agenda packet here (PDF file).
If you would like to provide public comment, you are asked to please fill out a public comment form by 5:00 p.m. on the day of the meeting, so organizers may know to call on you. Alternatively, you can type your comment into the form, if you would prefer for the Clerk to read it aloud at the meeting.
Other ways to provide public comment:
Interpretación en español estará disponible para cada reunión virtual del Ayuntamiento de Burien.
- Naming of the 2020 Citizen(s) of the Year Recipient(s) (Megan Gregor, City Clerk)
- Introduction to Ordinance No. 739, Zoning Code Text Amendment: Comprehensive Plan Docketing Procedure (Alex Hunt, Planner)
- Introduction to Resolution No. 437, Authorizing the City Manager to Execute a Disposition and Development Agreement for the Sale of the Municipal Parking Lot (Chris Craig, Economic Development Manager)
- Introduction of Resolution No. 433, Restaurant Outdoor Seating Temporary Extension During COVID-19 (Susan McLain, Community Development Director)
- Introduction to Resolution No. 434, Adopting Rental Housing Business License Fees (Cynthia Schaff, Rental Housing Inspection Program Coordinator)
- Introduction to Resolution No. 436, Supporting Federal and State Initiatives That Allow Remitters to Hold and Maintain Bank Accounts in Washington State (Garmon Newsom II, City Attorney)
- 2019 Police Services Report (Theodore Boe, Burien Police Chief)
- Burien’s Housing Needs Assessment and Housing Action Plan (Susan McLain, Community Development Director)
- Ordinance No. 743, Creating a Police Study Task Force (Brian Wilson, City Manager, Garmon Newsom II, City Attorney)
- City Council Planning Calendar (Brian J. Wilson, City Manager)