Shoreline City Council will discuss a $20 license tab fee to maintain sidewalks

Sunday, May 13, 2018

The Shoreline City Council will hold a dinner meeting with County Councilmember Rod Dembowski at 5:45pm on Monday, May14, 2018.

The regular council meeting at 7pm will be a study session on sidewalks. The council is considering adding $20 to the fee for vehicle licenses to generate a reliable source of income to maintain and do ADA upgrades to existing sidewalks.

The topic was up for discussion before but several council members wanted to wait until the final Sidewalk Advisory Committee recommendations, regarding repair and new sidewalks. The term of the committee is now complete, and it is *not* the position of the Committee that both options be funded together.

Final recommendations should be published at the June 4th council meeting, during which the VLF increase will also be voted on.

You can watch council meetings online while they are happening or view an archived copy starting shortly after the meeting ends.

The full agenda with links to staff documents is HERE

Comments can be made in person at the council meeting or use the contact form on the council webpage.

5-14-18  Thanks to Dustin McIntyre, member of the Sidewalk Advisory Committee, for updated information for this article.


3 comments:

Jerry Shirley May 14, 2018 at 6:10 PM  

NO, this is just wrong! We need to remove these idiots from office immediately and replace them with a new city council, who's first job will be to reverse everything these idiots have done for the past few years.

Laurie kenny May 14, 2018 at 9:22 PM  

Omg ! We are texted to the hilt now !!

Anonymous,  May 17, 2018 at 12:06 PM  

No more taxes!!!. They already spent many hundreds of thousands ruining richmond beach road, we fixed income seniors cannot afford another dime in taxes. Learn to spend the funds more wisely or we will vote you out and find someone that will.

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