Tag: BEDP

Businesses invited to discuss proposed compostable food service product requirements July 26

The Burien City Council is discussing compostable food service requirements due to concerns about the effects of plastics on the natural environment, and the city will be holding a discussion on the morning of Friday, July 26. Businesspeople are being invited to a BEDP meeting at City Hall on Friday, July 26 from 7:30 – […]

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City of Burien seeking applicants for 20 citizen advisory board positions

From the City of Burien: Want to serve your community and help shape local laws and policy? Do you have expertise to share? Consider applying for one of the 20 open citizen advisory board positions! Citizen advisory boards are an essential way for local governments to engage citizens in the democratic process. Advisory boards study […]

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The City Of Burien Wants Your “Vision” Of The Future

From city-subsidized jet packs to 3-D telepathic beaming of The B-Town Blog into everyone’s brains to dispensing free “art candy” in the shape of city councilmembers’ heads on every street corner, everyone seems to have a “vision” for the future of Burien.

Now, the City of Burien Business and Economic Development Partnership (BEDP) is actually inviting residents and businesses to submit their vision of Burien’s business community in 20 years. Ideas will be considered by the BEDP, the Burien Planning Commission and Burien City Council in updating the Economic Development portion of the City’s Comprehensive Plan.

Here are the details, straight from the city’s mouth…

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