The Mountlake Terrace City Council has a busy agenda for Monday’s meeting at the interim City Hall Council Chambers.
The City Council will be holding two Public Hearings. One is on the 2015-2020 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Ordinance, which was discussed at last Thursday’s work session. The Main Street Revitalization Project encompasses 43 percent of the TIP expenditures. Other significant projects/programs include 244th Reconstruction (15 percent), Gateway Connector (13 pecent) Pavement Preservation (11 percent), Lakeview Trail & Bike Routes (8 percent) and Sidewalks & ADA Ramps (7 percent). Grants are 61 percent of the revenue with Beg Fund Balance (12 percent) and Loan Proceeds (12 percent) the other major sources.
The other Public Hearing is on a zoning text amendment to allow outdoor archery under a conditional use permit in the Light Industrial/Professional Office (LI/PO) District.
Edmonds School District Superintendent Nick Brossoit is scheduled to speak to the Council. The District last week signed a purchase and sale agreement with Devco, Inc. for the property commonly known as Melody Hills in Mountlake Terrace. Devco is known for building affordable housing units.
The Council will consider a resolution authorizing the City Manager to execute a service agreement with Myrtha Pools USA in settlement of a warranty issue regarding the Recreation Pavilion Pool.
The Council also is expected to review the 2014 Budget Amendment Ordinance, hear the third quarter financial report, consider the Public Defender Standards Resolution and Public Defender Contract and discuss retaining the Johnston Group for Federal Lobbying Services for 2015.
The City’s Transportation Benefit District Board will have a meeting to consider the Adoption of the 2015 Transportation Benefit District Budget Resolution.
The meeting is scheduled to start at 7 p.m. and is held at the Interim City Hall Council Chambers, located at 6100 219th St. SW., Suite 220, Mountlake Terrace.
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