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Auburn City Council: Study Session Agenda May 23, 2022

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The Auburn City Council meets every second and fourth (and fifth if there is one) Monday evening for a study session. The city council is provided presentations, informational updates, and discuss ordinances and resolutions that are up for consideration during a study session.  No votes happen during a study session.

Auburn City Council Study Session Agenda:
May 23, 2022

Announcements, Reports, and Presentations:

Auburn Community Court Presentation: A presentation to City Council reviewing the Auburn City Community Court, located in the Resource Center of Auburn.

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  • Presentation (pdf)
  • Budget Impact: Current Budget: $0, Proposed Revision: $0, Revised Budget: $0

Agenda Items for Council Discussion

Ordinance No. 6859 (for discussion only)- Davis Property and Investment has requested an extension to complete conditions associated with a Right-of-Way Vacation previously approved by City Council in March 2020. The vacation is for the alley north of 3rd Street NE and between B Street NE and Auburn Avenue. A previous extension was granted by City Council on June 21, 2021, with the current deadline to complete the conditions of September 16, 2021 passed. City of Auburn staff support this extension

  • Ordinance No. 6859 Text (pdf)
  • Exhibit A (pdf)
  • Vicinity Map (pdf)
  • Budget Impact: Current Budget: $0, Proposed Revision: $0, Revised Budget: $0

Ordinance No. 6865 (for discussion only) –  Amending a previously approved contract rezone to rezone one of four C-3, Heavy Commercial zoned properties to include “Live/Work” land use. A public hearing was held After a public hearing the Hearing Examiner recommended to City Council that the Auburn Townhomes contract rezone amendment be adopted without conditions.

  • Draft Ordinance No. 6865, Amending The Contract Rezone (pdf)
  • Hearing Examiner Recommendation on the Auburn Townhomes Contract Rezone Amendment (pdf)
  • Ordinance No. 4456 Contract Rezone (September 4, 1990) (pdf)
  • Auburn Townhomes Contract Rezone Amendment PowerPoint Presentation(pdf)
  • Site Vicinity Map (pdf)

Municipal Services Discussion Items
(This portion of the meeting will be led by Councilmember Kate Baldwin)

Emergency Management Presentation: A presentation to City Council on the city’s emergency management plans and department.

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  • Presentation (pdf)
  • Budget Impact: Current Budget: $0, Proposed Revision: $0, Revised Budget: $0

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Police Department Annual Report (for discussion only): Presentation reviewing the 2021 Auburn Police Department Annual Report

  • Presentation (pdf)
  • Budget Impact: Current Budget: $0, Proposed Revision: $0, Revised Budget: $0

Ordinance No. 6866 (for discussion only):  Amend An Ordinance amending Sections of the Auburn City Code, to conform to RCW changes resulting from ESSHB 1320. The new RCW chapter takes effect on July 1st, 2022

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  • Ordinance No. 6866  (pdf)
  • Exhibit A, Ordinance No. 6866 ((pdf)
  • Exhibit B, Ordinance No. 6866 (pdf)

Ordinance No. 6867 (for discussion only): Repealing Section 9.34.030 of the Auburn City Code, related to discharging firearms within the City. In 2022 the State Supreme Court’s Bass v. City of Edmonds ruling declared the State holds the “full field” of firearms regulation, meaning State RCW preempts ACC 9.34.030.

  • Presentation (pdf)
  • Budget Impact: Current Budget: $0, Proposed Revision: $0, Revised Budget: $0

Ordinance No. 6869 (for discussion only): Amending Auburn City Code to add enforcement measures related to repeat parking violations in City parking facilities. A “multiple offender” is considered parking within a 24 hour period and a corresponding infraction. The amendment also adds the ability to issue a trespass admonishment and/or impound the vehicle after an individual has been found by a Court to have committed 3 or more separately issue parking infractions at the specific location

  • Ordinance No. 6869 (pdf)
  • Exhibit A, Ordinance No. 6869 (pdf)

Note: Items may be added and removed from the agenda, and will be notated at the start of the study session as such.  The times listed next to each item may be the allotted time for these items, but are not necessarily adhered to, and may be extended at the council’s discretion.

Attend the Study Session

City Council Study Sessions begin at 5:30pm. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this study session will be held in person, via a Zoom meeting, and telephonically. To attend the meeting virtually please click the link or enter the meeting ID into the Zoom app or call into the meeting at the phone number listed below.

Auburn City Council Study Session Virtual Participation Link:

To attend the meeting virtually please click one of the below links, enter the meeting ID into the Zoom app, or call into the meeting at the phone number listed below.

To listen to the meeting by phone or Zoom, please call the below number or click the link:
Telephone: 253 215 8782
Toll Free: 877 853 5257
Zoom: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/82857612693

If you are unable to make the study session, you can watch live on Comcast Channel 21, or on Auburn’s YouTube channel: watchauburn.  If you miss the livestream, the meetings are recorded and hosted for future viewing.

The above information was provided by the City of Auburn.

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