LFP City Council Meetings Thursday

Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Lake Forest Park City Council will hold a work session Thursday, May 12 from 6-7pm at City Hall 17425 Ballinger Way NE to consider the following topics:

1. CenturyLink Proposed CATV Franchise (15 min)
Discussion Leader: Pete Rose, City Admin/Kim Adams Pratt, City Attorney
Activity: Briefing on key issues in proposed franchise
Goal: Prepare Council for ordinance introduction, public hearing, and final action

2. Introduction to Permit Tracking Software Selection (10min)
Discussion Leader: Steve Bennett, Planning Director
Activity: Brief Council on Permit Electronic Surcharge to date; and to outline staff recommendation and terms for software acquisition
Goal: Prepare for decision on May 26

3. Implementing Task Forces(15 min)
Discussion Leader: Jeff Johnson, Mayor/Catherine Stanford,Deputy Mayor
Activity: Council proposal review and discussion
Goal: Prepare for Council action and discussion

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

Consent Calendar
1. April 25, 2016 Committee of the Whole Meeting Notes
2. April 28, 2016 Council Regular Business Meeting Minutes
3. Approval of City Expenditures for Period Ending May 12, 2016
4. Motion to Cancel August 25, 2016 Council Regular Business Meeting and Rescheduling the Committee of the Whole Meeting to Monday, August 8, 2016
5. Resolution 1557/Authorizing Mayor to Sign Copier Lease and Maintenance Agreement with Ricoh

Ordinances and Resolutions
1. Introduce Proposed CenturyLink CATV Franchise Ordinance 1124 and Set Public Hearing for May26, 2016
2. Ordinance 1125/Granting Master Permit to Level 3 Communications
3. Ordinance 1126/Adopting an Amendment to the Ordinance Establishing City Commissions
4. Resolution 1558/Authorizing Revisions to the Commissioner’s Manual

Council Committee Reports
Council/Mayor/City Administrator Reports
1. Councilmember Reports
2. Mayor’s Report
3. City Administrator’s Report—May 12, 2016

Meeting Adjourns at 9:00pm


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