LFP Council work session and general meeting Thursday

Monday, December 11, 2017

LFP City Hall
Photo by Steven H. Robinson
At the work session of the LFP city council, at 6pm on Thursday, December 14, discussion items are:

  • Draft safe highways plans
  • Parks, recreation, and community events proposal
  • Building code revisions
The regular meeting at 7pm will begin with three public hearings (see previous article)

Following the consent agenda of meeting minutes and expenditures, the council has a long list of ordinances and resolution to approve:
  1. Resolution 1666/Authorizing the Funding of an Additional Fulltime Temporary Employee Position for the Police Department and Ordinance 1170/Authorizing Budget Amendment to the 2017-2018 Biennial Budget
  2. Resolution 1665/Confirming Judicial Appointment and Authorizing Mayor to Sign an Employment Contract
  3. Ordinance 1164/Amending the Capital Improvement Fund 2017-2018 Budget Established by Ordinance 1144
  4. Resolution 1648/Amending the 2017-2022 Capital Improvement Plan
  5. Resolution 1651/Creating a Limited Term Line of Credit Not to Exceed $1,000,000 from the Sewer Capital Fund to the Capital Improvement Fund
  6. Ordinance 1163/Adoption of 2015 International Building Code and Other Construction Related Codes
  7. Ordinance 1169/Amendments to Section18.34.020 LFPMC, Relating to Permitted Uses in the Neighborhood Business (BN) Zone
  8. Resolution 1661/Authorizing Mayor to Sign Amendment No. 1 to Agreement for Consultant Services with ELM for Tree Canopy Study for PROS-T Planning
  9. Resolution 1662/Authorizing Mayor to Sign Street Light Transfer Agreement: North City Water District to City of Lake Forest Park
  10. Resolution 1663/Authorizing Mayor to Sign Interlocal Agreement for Long-Term Watershed Planning and Conservation – Lake Ballinger/McAleer Creek Forum
  11. Resolution 1664/Authorizing Mayor to Sign Agreement for Public Defender Services with Hawkins and Crawford

Up for discussion is a proposal to create a Parks, Recreation, and Community Events board.


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