Shoreline City Council tours maintenance facility sites and hears about veterans levy

Saturday, September 9, 2017

Standing, from left: Keith McGlashan, Jesse Saloman, Doris McConnell, Keith Scully, Will Hall
Seated Mayor Chris Roberts, Deputy Mayor Shari Winstead


Shoreline City Council Meetings

Monday, September 11, 2017 – Special Meeting 5:15pm
- Maintenance Facility Tour

Monday, September 11, 2017 – Regular Meeting 7:00pm

Agenda Highlights - Link to full Agenda
  • Adopting Ordinance No. 787- Amending the City’s Commute Trip Reduction Plan
  • Adopting Ordinance No. 794 – Budget Amendment for 2017 to Include Additional Personnel for the Light Rail Stations, City Planning, Building & Inspections and Engineering Programs
  • Adopting Ordinance No. 796 – Amending the 2017 Salary Classification Table with the Removal of the Construction Inspection Supervisor Classification and the Addition of a Development and Construction Manager Classification
  • Authorizing the City Manager to Execute an Interagency Agreement No. C1800027 with the Washington State Department of Ecology for Participation in the 2017-2019 Local Source Control Partnership
  • Presentation on the King County Veterans, Seniors and Human Services Levy
  • Discussing the King County Conservation Land Initiative
  • Discussing Ordinance No. 797 – SMC 13.12 Floodplain Management Code Update for FEMA Requirement
  • Discussing Ordinance No. 782 – FCC Rule Amendments for Eligible Wireless Facilities

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1 comments:

Anonymous,  September 9, 2017 at 10:04 PM  

Come Greet the City Council this coming Monday at the Save Hamlin Park Rally.
We simply cannot allow this terrible idea to take seed!

When: Monday, 9/11/17
Time: 5-7 pm
Where: Meet at the Hamlin Park Entrance.
Bring: Friends, Family, Kids, Dogs, Homemade Signs, Balloons, Streamers. Some extra signs will be available.

Join the Shoreline Preservation Society in opposing this unconscionable plan. Hamlin Park’s entry area is where the City is considering siting an ugly utility yard. The City of Shoreline is threatening yet another crucial neighborhood asset, Hamlin Park. Hamlin Park was a longstanding King County Park the City inherited when Shoreline incorporated.
Thousands of visitors come to Hamlin Park each year, for nature walks, dog walks, baseball games, and to experience the forested playground. Do we want beautiful greenspace or more concrete? Ridgecrest and surrounding neighborhoods
are already impacted by heavy upzoning. We need more parks and urban forest, not less!

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