CITY OF BURIEN

September 14, 2009, 7:00 P.M. PDT


1.   CALL TO ORDER

 

2.   EXECUTIVE SESSION

 

3.   PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

 

4.   ROLL CALL

 

5.   AGENDA CONFIRMATION

 

6.   PUBLIC COMMENT: To receive comments on topics other than public hearing topics. Individual will please limit their comments to three minutes, and groups to five minutes.

 

7.   CORRESPONDENCE FOR THE RECORD

 

a.

Letter Dated July 22, 2009, from Nandhni (Nan) Maharaj   Letter Dated July 22, 2009, from Nandhni (Nan) Maharaj Regarding Wah Long Sports Bar Complaint with Response from Scott Kimerer, Police Chief.

b.

Letter Dated July 22, 2009, from Jordan Pomeroy   Letter Dated July 22, 2009, from Jordan Pomeroy Regarding Wah Long Sports Bar Complaint with Response from Scott Kimerer, Police Chief.

c.

Letter Received July 27, 2009, from Ben Seaman   Letter Received July 27, 2009, from Ben Seaman Regarding Wah Long Sports Bar Complaint with Response from Scott Kimerer, Police Chief.

d.

Letter Dated August 20, 2009, from Fredrick G. Novota   Letter Dated August 20, 2009, from Fredrick G. Novota Regarding “New Library Needs Pay Phone,” Letters to Editor, (Article in Highline Times, August 19th, 2009) with Response from Mike Martin, City Manager.

e.

Email Dated August 23, 2009, from Troy Rimmelspacher   Email Dated August 23, 2009, from Troy Rimmelspacher Regarding Burien “Timed” Stop Lights, How Silly are You Guys? with Response from Doug Lamothe, Interim Public Works Director.

f.

Email Dated August 26, 2009, from Sue Love   Email Dated August 26, 2009, from Sue Love Regarding Sidewalks and Bike Pathways with Response from Jenn Ramirez Robson, Management Analyst.

g.

Email Dated August 27, 2009, from Erik Utter   Email Dated August 27, 2009, from Erik Utter Regarding KUOW Weekday.

h.

Email Dated September 5, 2009, from Tim Eyman   Email Dated September 5, 2009, from Tim Eyman Regarding Unable to Attend Your I-1033 Hearing on 9/28, However, We Ask… .

 

8.   PRESENTATIONS

 

a.

      Introduction of New Employee Larry Blanchard, Public Works Director.

b.

      Proponents of Initiative Measure No. 1033 Concerns State, County and City Revenue.

c.

      Opponents of Initiative Measure No. 1033 Concerns State, County and City Revenue.

d.

      Presentation by David Johnson, Navos, and Alice Madsen, Highline Community College, on the Wellness Cluster.

 

9.   CONSENT AGENDA

a.

Discussion on and Possible Motion to Adopt Ordinance No. 522   Approval of Vouchers: Numbers 22970 - 23121 in the Amount of $1,548,559.89.

b.

Discussion on and Possible Motion to Adopt Ordinance No. 522   Approval of Council Meeting Minutes: August 17, 2009, and August 24, 2009.

 

10.   BUSINESS AGENDA

a.

City Manager´s Report   City Manager´s Report.

b.

Motion to Adopt Proposed Resolution No. 303   Motion to Adopt Proposed Resolution No. 303, Entering Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law and Regarding Preliminary Approval of the Walker Creek Ridge Subdivision (NW corner of Des Moines Memorial Drive & South 176th Street).

c.

Discussion on and Possible Approval of 2010 SKCEDI Legislative
Positions Proposed   Discussion on and Possible Approval of 2010 SKCEDI Legislative Positions Proposed.

d.

Discussion of Draft 2010 Key Legislative Policies and Draft 2010
Legislative Priorities   Discussion of Draft 2010 Key Legislative Policies and Draft 2010 Legislative Priorities.

e.

Discussion on Resolution No. 304   Discussion on Resolution No. 304, Authorizing an Amendment to the SCORE Interlocal Agreement.

f.

Discussion on and Possible Motion to Adopt Ordinance No. 522   Discussion on SW 153rd Street Path Forward.

g.

Continued Discussion on Proposed Ordinance No. 517   Continued Discussion on Proposed Ordinance No. 517, Amending the Burien Municipal Code (BMC) Relating to the Disclosure of Public Records.

 

11.  COUNCIL REPORTS

 

12.  ADJOURNMENT