Shoreline City Council deep in planning for assumption of Ronald Wastewater

Friday, September 29, 2017

Shoreline City Council
Monday, October 2, 2017 – Regular Meeting 7:00pm
Shoreline City Hall Council Chambers, 17500 Midvale Ave N

Agenda Highlights - Link to full Agenda
  • Proclamation of Safe Shoreline Month
  • Motion Authorizing the City Manager to Enter into the Wastewater Utility Operating Services Agreement Between the City of Shoreline and the Ronald Wastewater District
  • Adopting Resolution No. 417 – Establishing Customer Service Policies to Manage a Wastewater Enterprise
  • Authorizing the City Manager to Execute a Contract for $207,942.78 with Evergreen Maintenance Landscaping LLC for Parks Landscape and Maintenance Services
  • Adopting Ordinance No. 780 – Amending the Shoreline Municipal Code Establishing City Governance Authority to Own and Operate a Wastewater Utility
  • Adopting Ordinance No. 797 – SMC 13.12 Floodplain Management Code Update for FEMA Requirement
Discussions:
  • Discussing Resolution No. 419 - Calling on Congress to Swiftly and Comprehensively Address Federal Immigration Reform Generally and Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals in Particular to Protect the Legal Status of Dreamers - Sponsored by Mayor Roberts
  • Discussing Hidden Lake Dam Removal and Boeing Creek Restoration Projects Update
  • Discussing Ordinance No. 800 – Granting the Ronald Wastewater District a Non-Exclusive Franchise to Construct, Maintain, Operate, Replace and Repair a Sanitary Sewer System within Public Rights-of-Way

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1 comments:

Anonymous,  October 1, 2017 at 7:29 AM  

Deep in planning? How about they took over Ronald Wastewater in all but name?

How about telling the public that Ronald Wastewater and the City of Shoreline have spent over $2 million on litigation? That $2 million was the total 20 year savings for utility unification, the storage yard will cost twice as much as the unification study estimated, and the unification study storage yard was 9 times what it was estimated in the SPU feasibility study.

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