Watch Shelton City Council

[LIVE VIDEO] Watch the October 16, 2018 Shelton City Council regular meeting. There are two ways to watch the council meeting live at 6 PM: hcc.net/news and MasonWebTV.com. You can also watch on demand on hcc.net/news or MasonWebTV.com. Rebroadcasts on Hood Canal Communications’ local channel are Thursday at 3 PM and Saturday at 9 AM.

Here is the meeting’s agenda:

City of Shelton Council Agenda
Shelton Civic Center
October 16, 2018
Regular Meeting at 6:00 p.m.

A. Call to Order

• Pledge of Allegiance

B. Council Reports

C. General Public Comment (3-minute time limit per person)
The City Council invites members of the public to provide comment on any topic at this time. City Council members and City Staff will
not enter into a dialogue during public comment. If the Council feels an issue requires follow up, staff will be directed to respond at an
appropriate time.

D. Consent Agenda: (Tab 1) (Action)

1. Voucher number 18762 in the amount of $7,455.34

2. Vouchers numbered 18798 through 18891 in the amount of $1,148,950.05

3. Payroll Warrants numbered 2432 through 2587 and 3808 through 3810 and 18773 through 18797 in the amount of $716,279.64

E. Business Agenda (Study/No Action/No Public Comment)

1. Yelm & Thurston County Biosolids ILAs – Presented by Public Works Director Craig Gregory (Tab 2)

2. Ordinance No. 1929-1018 Relating to Right-of-Way Violations – Presented by Public Works Director Craig Gregory (Tab 3)

F. Action Agenda (Action/Public Comment Taken)

1. Business Licensing Fee – Presented by Interim Finance Director Teri Schnitzer (Tab 4)

2. Shelton Marina Parcels Reversion of Ownership – Presented by Community Development Director Mark Ziegler (Tab 5)

3. Resolution No. 1137-0918 City Real Estate Property Surplus – Presented by Community Development Director Mark Ziegler (Tab 6)

4. 2018 Pump Repairs Contract – Presented by Public Works Director Craig Gregory (Tab 7)

5. Ordinance No. 1905-0917 4th Street Vacation – Public Works Director Craig Gregory (Tab 8)

6. Turner Avenue Project Acceptance – Presented by Public Works Director Craig Gregory (Tab 9)

7. 204 Birch St. Storm Acquisition – Presented by Public Works Director Craig Gregory (Tab 10)

8. Agreement for School Resource Officer – Presented by Police Chief Darrin Moody (Tab 11)

9. Agreement for City Prosecution Services – Presented by Interim City Manager Mike McCarty (Tab 12)

G. Administration Reports

• Public Works Department – 3rd Quarter Report on Biosolids

• City Manager Report

H. Announcement of Next Meeting – November 6, 2018 at 6:00 p.m.

I. Adjourn

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