LFP Council meetings Thursday

Monday, March 7, 2016

Lake Forest Park City Council will hold a study session Thursday, March 10 from 6-7pm at City Hall 17425 Ballinger Way NE to consider the following topics:

1. Discussion on Code Enforcement Ordinance Update (20 min)  
Discussion Leader: Steve Bennett, Planning and Building Director 
Activity: Discuss legal aspects of hearing examiner code enforcement system 
Goal: Re-tooled ordinance in 2016

2. Discussion on Zoning Code Amendment (10 min)  
Discussion Leader: Steve Bennett, Planning and Building Director 
Activity: Introduce item and discuss recommendation from Planning Commission for Conservation Cluster Housing 
Goal: Determine Council support 

3. Deliver Results of Leadership Team Retreat on 2016 Project Priorities (10 min)  
Discussion Leader: Pete Rose, City Administrator 
Activity: Review draft goal plan collated to Council goal areas and prioritizing top Council projects 
Goal: Step toward Strategic Plan Retreat 

4. Discussion of Principal Planner Position (10 min)  
Discussion Leader: Lee Aalund, Administrative Services Manager; Steve Bennett, Planning and Building Director 
Activity: Proposal to create new Senior Planner position 

Goal: Move current Assistant Planner to recognize actual job duties 

The regular City Council meeting begins at 7pm with this agenda:

 Consent Calendar 
1. February 25, 2016 Council Regular Business Meeting Minutes  
2. Approval of City Expenditures for Period Ending March 10, 2016 

Final Confirmation Calendar – Commission Reappointments  
1. Jon Lebo, Planning Commission, Position 1, Term Ending February 28, 2019 
2. Joel Paisner, Planning Commission, Position 2, Term Ending February 28, 2019 
3. Richard Saunders, Planning Commission, Position 3, Term Ending February 28, 2019 

Ordinances and Resolutions 
1. Resolution 1544/Authorizing Mayor to Sign Interlocal Agreement with City of Kenmore for Joint ST3/SR 522/SR 523 Planning Services Project 


Anonymous,  March 8, 2016 at 9:49 AM  

"Conservation Cluster Housing" ???

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