On the agenda of the Burien City Council on Monday evening: Police reform, SAMP, refugee aid & more

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On the agenda for the regular session of Burien City Council on Monday evening (Sept. 20): update police reform, funding block grants for community development, council chambers technology, Port of Seattle SAMP, refugee assistance, a vaccine mandate for city workers, and more.

The virtual / online meeting starts at 7 p.m. and can be followed live on Comcast TV channel 21, zoom here, or here online.

Download the full agenda / package here (PDF file).

PRESENTATIONS AND PROCLAMATIONS:

    • a) Proclamation of National Hispanic Heritage Month – September 2021 7 (Councilor Pedro Olguin) Proclamation of Hispanic Heritage Month
    • b) National Recovery Month Proclamation – September 2021 9 (Councilor Kevin Schilling) National Recovery Month Proclamation
    • c) KCSO Police Reform Update (King County Sherriff’s Office)

TOWN MANAGER’S REPORT ON NEW PROBLEMS:

    • a) Introduction of new employees (Brian Wilson, City Manager)
      • Carla Lundgren, Assistant Planner (Community Development)
      • Alexis Williams, Park and Building Maintenance Personnel (PaRCS)
      • Andrew Mitzel, Customer Service Representative III (PaRCS)
      • Eric Torres, Project Manager – Temporary (Public Works)
    • b) Credit rating of the bond refinancing (Brian Wilson, City Manager)

PUBLIC HEARING:

    • a) Public hearing on the planned use of CDBG planning / administration, personnel and capital resources for the 2022 financial year (Colleen Brandt-Schluter, Head of Human Resources)

BUSINESS AGENDA:

    • a) Discussion on the allocation of CDBG planning / administration, personnel services and capital resources for FY2022 (Colleen Brandt-Schluter, HR manager)
    • b) Introduction to Resolution No. 468, Approval of the work plan and budget of SHHHP 2022 (Brian Wilson, City Manager and Colleen Brandt-Schluter, Human Services Manager)
    • c) Approval of the contract with Avidex for extensions of the city council chamber to support hybrid meetings (Brian Wilson, City Manager)
    • d) Introduction to the contract amendment of the consultant for the SEA Airport Sustainable Airport Masterplan (SAMP) Environmental assessment and analysis (Brian Wilson, City Manager)
    • e) Potential Approval of Resolution No. 466, Refugee Aid (Brian Wilson, City Manager)
    • f) Approval of Resolution No. 465, Vaccine Mandate for Employees of the City of Burien (Brian Wilson, City Manager)
    • g) City Council planning calendar (Brian Wilson, City Manager)



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