Agenda for September 9, 2019 Shoreline City Council Meeting

Wednesday, September 4, 2019

Shoreline City Hall and Council Chamber
Photo by Steven H. Robinson
Agenda for September 9, 2019 Shoreline City Council Meeting

The agenda includes two action items:

8(a) Public Hearing and Discussion of the Community Development Block Grant Funding and Contingency Plan for 2020

The City financially supports Human Services delivery by non-profit agencies using General Fund and Community Development Block Grant Funding (CDBG funds). 

Each year, the Council must hold a public hearing on the proposed use of CDBG funds and act to adopt an allocation plan. CDBG funding is proposed to be used for housing repair and capital projects as well as for planning and administration. 

For 2020, the City Manager recommends use of CDBG funds to support continued operation of the Interlocal Agreement with King County for administration of our grants, continued support to the Minor Home Repair Program and support of a housing preservation project at King County Housing Authority’s Westminster Manor.

8(b)Adoption of Resolution No. 441: Approving the Shoreline Place Development Agreement Between the City of Shoreline and Merlone Geier Partners

The proposed Development Agreement has been the subject of extensive staff negotiations along with the Planning Commission and City Council review.The Planning Commission conducted four (4) study sessions and a Public Hearing on the proposed Development Agreement. Public comments were provided at each meeting.

During the August 5th Council meeting, members of the City Council articulated potential changes to the proposed Development Agreement. Staff and the applicant subsequently met and negotiated additional changes to the Planning Commission’s recommended Development Agreement.

Staff recommends that the City Council adopt Resolution No. 441 with the Planning Commission’s recommended development agreement and modifications. Adoption of Resolution No. 441, as proposed, will authorize the City Manager to execute the modified Shoreline Place Development Agreement with Merlone Geier Partners

Full details available online.

--Pam Cross


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