Agenda for Shoreline Council meeting July 29 includes the ballot measure for the Aquatic - Recreation Center

Thursday, July 25, 2019

Shoreline City Hall
Photo by Steven H. Robinson

The Shoreline Council Regular Meeting on July 29, 2019 includes one Action Item and One Study Item.

Action Item 8(a) Adopting Ordinance No. 866 – Authorizing the Placement of a Ballot Measure on the 2019 General Election Ballot to Authorize a Property Tax Bond Measure for an Aquatics, Recreation and Community Center and Optionally Priority Parks Improvements


Staff recommends that Council adopt Ordinance No. 866 to place a measure on the November 5, 2019 General Election. 

Staff has provided two forms of the ordinance: 

  1. to fund construction of a Shoreline Aquatics, Recreation and Community and 
  2. which includes construction of both the Shoreline Aquatics, Recreation and Community Center and other Parks Improvements.

"The Council hereby finds that the best interests of the residents of the City require the City to construct, develop, equip, upgrade, acquire, and improve the parks and recreation facilities as described in the PROS Plan, as it may be amended from time to time (the “Projects”)

option #1" including an aquatics, recreation and community center with approximately 75,000 square feet of fitness, aquatic and community gathering areas" (as previously described).

option #2" including the construction of park amenities, playgrounds, splash-pads and/or trails at Brugger’s Bog, Hillwood, Richmond Highlands, and Briarcrest Community (Hamlin) parks and an aquatics, recreation and community center with approximately 75,000 square feet of fitness, aquatic and community gathering areas" (as previously described).


Study Item 9(a) Discussion of Resolution No. 439 – Approving the 2019 Comprehensive Solid Waste Management Plan

As the population in King County increases, the only operating landfill in the County, Cedar Hills Regional Landfill, gets closer to its capacity as a solid waste disposal site.The 2019 Comprehensive Solid Waste Management Plan can be found here.

--Pam Cross




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