Shoreline council meeting June 17 includes discussion of collaboration with Seattle on homelessness

Wednesday, June 12, 2019

Shoreline City Hall
Photo by Steven H. Robinson
The agenda for the June 17, 2019 Regular Council Meeting includes the following:

Action Item 8(a) Adoption of Ordinance No. 856 – Amending the Shoreline Master Program Pursuant to the Periodic Review Required by the Shoreline Management Act

The City’s current Shoreline Master Program (SMP) became effective on September 2, 2013. The Shoreline Management Act requires cities to regularly update their SMPs. Shoreline is required to update its SMP on or before June 30, 2019, and then once every eight years after the date of approval by the Department of Ecology.

Study Item 9(a) Discussion of the King County Homelessness System Redesign

King County and the City of Seattle are actively working to implement a number of recent recommendations related to improving the regional response to homelessness. This agenda item is intended to provide the Council with an overview of that process and an opportunity to ask questions of the consultants and county staff working most directly on this initiative.

Study Item 9(b) Discussing Ordinance No. 863: Minor Amendments to the Aurora Square Community Renewal Area Planned Action Ordinance Planning and Community Development

The Planning Commission recommends approval of Ordinance No. 863 which corrects a transcription error in Ordinance No. 705 the Planned Action for the Aurora Square Community Renewal Area (CRA).The City recently determined that trip generation numbers were incorrectly reported in the Environmental Impact Statement.

--Pam Cross


Anonymous,  June 12, 2019 at 6:56 PM  

Discussion of the King County Homelessness System Redesign> Sounds like King County and Seattle is lubing up the surrounding cities to dump their homeless problem on that their welcoming, hands-off-crime, drug-addled, free-for-all policies that they have brought on themselves.

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