CITY OF BURIEN

March 16, 2015, 7:00 P.M. PST


1.   CALL TO ORDER

 

2.   PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

 

3.   ROLL CALL

 

4.   AGENDA CONFIRMATION

 

5.   PUBLIC COMMENT

        Individuals will please limit their comments to two minutes on
        general issues not on the agenda. Concerns will be referred
        included in the next City Manager's Report. The Council will take
        comments for a maximum of 20 minutes.

 

6.   CORRESPONDENCE FOR THE RECORD

a.

E-mail Dated February 22, 2015, from Peter Fournier.   E-mail Dated February 22, 2015, from Peter Fournier Regarding Ordinance 606.

b.

E-mail Dated February 25, 2015, from Neil Piispanen.   E-mail Dated February 25, 2015, from Neil Piispanen with Response from Assistant Public Works Director Brian H. Roberts Regarding Sidewalks.

c.

E-mail Dated February 26, 2015, from Robert Howell.   E-mail Dated February 26, 2015, from Robert Howell Regarding Meeting Conduct..

d.

E-mails Dated February 27 and March 11, 2015, from Karen McMichael.   E-mails Dated February 27 and March 11, 2015, from Karen McMichael Regarding SCL Substation Property on Ambaum- Formal Intention.

e.

Letter and E-mail Dated March 1, 2015, from Walt Bala.   Letter and E-mail Dated March 1, 2015, from Walt Bala Regarding Airport Noise & Reverse Thrust.

f.

Letter Dated March 2, 2015, from Rachel Levine.   Letter Dated March 2, 2015, from Rachel Levine Regarding Resolution to the Burien City Council from the White Center Library Guild.

g.

E-mail Dated March 3, 2015, from Tom Clymer.   E-mail Dated March 3, 2015, from Tom Clymer Regarding the Hygiene Law.

h.

E-mail Dated March 3, 2015, from Meg Van Wyk.   E-mail Dated March 3, 2015, from Meg Van Wyk Regarding Rainier Prep Charter School.

 

7.   CONSENT AGENDA

a.

Approval of Check Register.   Approval of Check Register: Numbers 40030 - 40159 in the Amounts of $532,663.44 for Payment on March 16, 2015; and, Payroll Salaries and Benefits Numbers 6415 - 6433 for Direct Deposits and Wire Transfers in the Amount of $319,722.35 for February 16 – February 28, 2015, Paid on March 5, 2015.

b.

Approval of Minutes.   Approval of Minutes: Study Session, February 23, 2015; Regular Meeting, March 2, 2015; Special Meeting, March 9, 2015.

c.

      Motion to Approve Submittal of the 2016 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Project Application for the Crosswalk Improvements at Military Road South/South 123rd Street, near Hilltop Elementary School Project.

d.

Resolution No. 361.   Motion to Adopt Resolution No. 361, Supporting the Let's Move! Cities, Towns and Counties (LMCTC) Initiative.

 

8.   BUSINESS AGENDA

a.

Citizen of the Year Award.   Motion on Naming the 2015 Annual Citizen of the Year Award Recipient

b.

Appointments    Motion to Approve Appointments to Arts Commission, Business & Economic Development Partnership (BEDP), and Parks & Recreation Board

c.

      Presentation of the 2015 Annual Report by Discover Burien

d.

Economic Development Priorities.   Update on the Economic Development Priorities.

e.

City Council Meeting Guidelines.   Discussion of City Council Meeting Guidelines.

f.

Schedule.   Review of Council Proposed Agenda Schedule.

 

9.  COUNCIL REPORTS

a.

POS/Soundside Alliance study.   Report on Proposal for POS/Soundside Alliance study on Economic and Workforce Development by Mayor Krakowiak.

b.

Social Service Recognition Luncheon and Navos 	Celebration.   Reports on Social Service Recognition Luncheon and Navos Celebration by Mayor Krakowiak.

c.

Report on Committees.   c. Reports on King Conservation District Executive Advisory Committee, Regional Food Policy Council Steering Committee- Puget Sound Regional Council, Seattle, Sound Cities Association Networking Dinner, Sound Cities Association Caucus Chair Training, Sound Cities Association Pre-PIC Meeting, and Bel-R Greenhouses for Future Consideration on Council Agenda on March 16, 2015 by Deputy Mayor Tosta.

 

10.  CITY MANAGER'S REPORT    CityManager.

 

11.  ADJOURNMENT