Shoreline City Council to take up Paris Climate Accord and Sound Transit station designs

Thursday, June 15, 2017

Shoreline City Hall
Photo by Steven H. Robinson
Shoreline City Council meets Monday, June 19, 7pm in the Council Chambers of City Hall, 17500 Midvale Ave N.

The council has a long list of items to approve on the Consent Calendar. These items have all been previously discussed, amended, and agreed to. This is the formal vote.

The list is here

Under Action Items, the council will discuss and vote on affirming the principles of the Paris Climate Accord.

Added to the Action Item: Adopting Resolution No. 415 Stating the City Council’s Intent to Support Uniform Rates and Services and Coordinate Planning for the Wastewater Utility.

They will study the results of feedback from the Sound Transit 60% design open house for the two transit stations in Shoreline.

The public can attend meetings in person, watch them live online, or view the archived video. Live and video access here.

Comments can be made live by signing up for the comment periods at Council meetings, or via web form, mail, email, or phone.



1 comments:

Anonymous,  June 16, 2017 at 12:08 AM  

When no one comes out to oppose the resolution of the Paris agreement, maybe council can take back their namecalling, lying and smearing of the upzone critics as "climate change deniers".

Now about those 9000 trees coming down for light rail, and the paving over of forested green neighborhoods in concrete. What's the greenhouse gas hit on that again? How much is the temperature in Shoreline going to rise when it's wall to wall concrete?

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