MONROE CITY COUNCIL

Regular Business Meeting
October 8, 2019, 7:00 P.M.

Council Chambers, City Hall
806 W Main Street, Monroe, WA 98272

Mayor: Geoffrey Thomas
Councilmembers: Kevin Hanford, Mayor Pro Tem; Patsy Cudaback; Ed Davis; Jason Gamble;
Jim Kamp; Jeff Rasmussen; and Kirk Scarboro


AGENDA

 

Call to Order

 

Roll Call

 

Pledge of Allegiance

1.

Councilmember Rasmussen

 

Public Hearing

1.

AB19-202: 2020 Potential Revenue Sources and Recommended Budget (B. Hasart, Finance Director)

 

Announcements and Presentations

1.

Presentation: Monroe Senior Center - Annual Report (J. McGee, Executive Director)

 

Public Comments

[This time is set aside for members of the public to speak to the City Council on any issue related to the City of Monroe; except any quasi-judicial matter subject to a public hearing. Please sign in prior to the meeting; three minutes will be allowed per speaker.]
 

Consent Agenda

1.

Approval of the Minutes: September 24, 2019, Business Meeting & October 1, 2019, Study Session

2.

Approval of AP Checks and ACH Payments

3.

Approval of Payroll Warrants and ACH Payments

4.

AB19-203: Waive Council Rules of Procedure – Business Meeting/Study Session Format for Tuesday, October 15, 2019, City Council Meeting

5.

AB19-204: Approve Purchase and Authorize the Mayor to Sign Right-of-Way Deed, Easements, and Associated Documentation of Parcel 4 for Chain Lake Road Phase 2a (Non-Motorized Pedestrian Path)

 

Councilmember Reports

1.

City Council Transportation/Planning, Parks & Recreation, and Public Works Committee Update (Councilmember Rasmussen)

2.

City Council Public Safety Committee Update (Councilmember Davis)

 

Staff/ Department Reports

1.

Legal Update (Z. Lell, City Attorney)

2.

Parks & Recreation Update (M. Farrell, Parks & Recreation Director)

3.

Police Update (J. Jolley, Police Chief)

4.

Public Works Update (B. Feilberg, Public Works Director)

 

Mayor/ Administrative Reports

1.

Mayor’s Update/Monroe This Week (October 4, 2019, Edition No. 35) (Mayor Thomas)

 

Executive Session

If needed.
1.

Potential Litigation [RCW 42.30.110(1)(i)] – 10 minutes

 

Adjournment

Majority vote to extend past 10:00 p.m.

THE CITY COUNCIL MAY ADD AND TAKE ACTION ON OTHER ITEMS NOT LISTED ON THIS AGENDA

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