The Council is scheduled to vote on a Right-of-Way package between the City and the Nile Temple for right-of-way, slope easement and temporary construction easement acquisition for the Lakeview Trail project. The contract is $71,600 with approval for an additional amount of up to $750 for professional evaluation costs utilized by the Nile Temple.
The Council also is scheduled to discuss issues related to a subdivision code update. City staff said there has been a growing interest in amending the City’s subdivision code, especially in light of the development potential of the Gateway site in the Freeway/Tourist District.
The University of Washington Student team’s receipt of an award from the Planning Association of Washington and Washington Planners Association for their work on the Ballinger Park Project will be recognized by the Council. A local presentation of the award will be made to the student team.
The Economic Alliance Snohomish County (EASC) is scheduled to make a presentation to the Council. The EASC is the countywide economic development organization for the region.
The Council is expected to adopt the 2014 Revenue Bond Issuance Ordinance. The City is planning to issue utility revenue bonds in 2014 to fund capital improvements projecdts for the Water and Storm Water utilities.
Parks and Facilities Superintendent Ken Courtmanch will show a PowerPoint presentation to commemorate the city’s 60th birthday and cake and coffee will follow at the conclusion of the meeting
The meeting is scheduled to start at 7 p.m., Monday, Dec. 1 at 6100 219th St. SW, 2nd Floor, Mountlake Terrace.