Shoreline City Council Recap for July and August 2010

Friday, August 20, 2010

On Tuesday, August 3, Shoreline residents came together to celebrate community participating in over 29 events for National Night Out. It was an opportunity for neighbors to come together, share information and support each other. 

City Council members, along with City, Police and Fire staff, visited events to introduce themselves and help answer questions.

The Council is currently on recess. 
Its next meeting will be on Tuesday, September 7.

Below is a recap of the Shoreline City Council’s work for the months of July and August:

  • National Night Out Against Crime
  • Celebrate Shoreline
  • Proposed amendments to the Development Code
  • Proposed levy lid lift ballot measure
  • Implementation Options for Southeast Neighborhoods Subarea Plan
  • Continued Discussion of the Transportation Master Plan: Concurrency and Funding
  • Continued discussion of Transportation Master Plan: sidewalk maintenance and design issues; and bicycle policies
  • Shoreline Historical Museum Annual Report
  • Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Arts Council Annual Report
Public Hearing
  • Proposed Use of 2011-12 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Funds; and adoption of the Proposed Funding Allocations
Action Taken
  • Adopted amendments to the Development Code
  • Adopted Sunset Park and Boeing Creek Master Plans
  • Authorized City Manager to Execute and Agreement for Vehicle Repair and Maintenance Services with the City of Mountlake Terrace
  • Authorized City Manager to Enter into an Agreement for 2010 Emergency Management Performance Grant Funds
  • Adopted Resolution No. 307 Placing a Property Tax Levy Lid Lift on the November 2, 2010, General Election Ballot
  • Amended Council Rules of Procedure Changing Scheduled Time for Regular Public Meetings of City Council to 7:00 pm.
  • Approved Neighborhood Mini-Grant Funding for Richmond Beach Community Association
  • Appointed Pro/Con Committee members in charge of drafting pro/con statements for voters’ pamphlet for Shoreline Proposition No. 1
  • Adopted Ordinance No. 582 sun-setting the Economic Development Advisory Committee (EDAC)
  • Provided direction to Planning Commission and staff on Long-Range Planning Work Program

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

-Eric Bratton, City Manager's Office


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