Notes from Shoreline council meeting May 2, 2022

Tuesday, May 3, 2022

Pam Cross, reporter
Shoreline City Council Meeting
May 2, 2022

Notes by Pam Cross

The remote meeting was called to order at 7:00pm by Mayor Scully.

Councilmember Roberts was excused for personal reasons.


I, Keith Scully, Mayor of the City of Shoreline, on behalf of the Shoreline City Council, hereby proclaim:

  • The month of May 2022 as NATIONAL BIKE MONTH in the City of Shoreline and encourage all people to celebrate the month of May by bicycling for recreation and transportation;
  • The month of May 2022, as MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS MONTH in the City of Shoreline;
  • The week of May 8 to May 14 is AFFORDABLE HOUSING WEEK in the City of Shoreline.

Approval of the Agenda
The agenda was approved by unanimous consent.

Report of the City Manager, Debbie Tarry
Presented by Ms. Tarry


You can still find this information at

SHORELINE WALKS - Richmond Beach


Applications due May 6 by 5pm

Public Reminders

May 5 Meetings

Council Reports

Public Comment

Each speaker allowed 3 minutes.
There were no written comments at the time this report was prepared.

The Oaks Enhanced Shelter Updates
Jackie Kurle, Shoreline

Fircrest Master Development Plan
Janet Way, Shoreline
Maralyn Chase, Shoreline

Affordable Housing in Shoreline
Heidi Shepherd, Shoreline (NUHSA Board Member)
Michelle Eastman, Shoreline (NUHSA member)

7-story Apartment planned for Linden Ave N loss of trees
Derek Blackwell, Shoreline

Approval of the Consent Calendar
The Consent Calendar was approved unanimously.

Meeting Adjourned


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