Shoreline City Council Recap for May 2010

Thursday, May 27, 2010

 Shoreline City Council.  Standing, left to right: Terry Scott, Doris McConnell, Chris Eggen, Shari Tracey, Christopher Roberts.  Seated, left to right: Deputy Mayor Will Hall, Mayor Keith McGlashan.

By Eric Bratton, City Manager's Office

On May 24, the Shoreline City Council proclaimed the week of May 31 – June 4 Armed Forces Appreciation Week. The Council urges Shoreline citizens to recognize the important sacrifices the men and women of the United States military and their families have made to our City and nation.

As a reminder, Shoreline City Hall, the Shoreline Pool, the Spartan Recreation Center and the Richmond Highlands Recreation Center will all be CLOSED Monday, May 31 in observance of Memorial Day. There also will be no City Council meeting on Monday, May 31 due to it being the 5th Monday of the month.

Below is a recap of the Shoreline City Council’s work for the Month of May:

* Building Safety Month – Month of May
* Armed Forces Appreciation Week – May 31 – June 4

* Outgoing Planning Commissioners – Sid Kuboi, Rocky Piro and David Pyle
* Outgoing Library Board Members – Lori Lynass and Tom Peterson
* Outgoing Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services Board Members – Shari Tracey

* SE Neighborhoods Subarea Plan
* City’s Long-Term Financial Challenges
* Update of Clearing, Grading and Tree Code Amendments
* Annual Police Services Report
* Annual Traffic Report
* 2010 1st Quarter Financial Report

Action Taken
* Approved CRISTA Master Development Plan
* Approved amending the Comprehensive Plan to include the SE Neighborhoods Subarea Plan
* Adopted the 2010 Comprehensive Plan Amendment Docket as part of Planning Commissions 2010 work program

For more information on the items outlined above and to obtain the most updated agenda for City Council meetings, go to website.
For information about the City of Shoreline in general, go to the City webpage.


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