The City of Auburn City Council has a study session every second and fourth Monday. If there is a fifth Monday in the month, and agenda items warrant it, a fifth study session will be held. Study sessions are held at 5:30pm in the City Council Chambers at City Hall.
Study sessions are a chance for the city council to receive information and ask questions about resolutions and ordinances that will be coming before them at city council meetings. Presentations are also made from city staff and outside agencies regarding programs and projects that are of interest to the city council. Study sessions are presided over by the Deputy Mayor. A portion of the study session will also be presided over by the committee chair during presentations under their committee’s purview.
The council will receive information on one ordinance and one resolution at the upcoming August 12th study session.
Ordinance No. 6726
An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Auburn, Washington, relating to the Limited Public Works Process and amending Section 3.12.100 of the Auburn City Code
Resolution No. 5450
A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Auburn, Washington, authorizing the contribution and withdrawal of City monies in the State of Washington Local Government Investment Pool
There are four presentations on Monday’s agenda in addition to the ordinance and resolution. Auburn Police will give a presentation on the 2019 Justice Assistance Grant. The three other presentations fall under community wellness discussion items.
Annual Housing Repair Program Report
Annual overview of housing repair projects funded through HUD’s Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program
Multi-Family Property Inspections
How multi-family property inspections might look in Auburn, and how they would work with current programs such as S.A.F.E.R. (Safe Auburn For Every Resident)
Human Services Agency Accomplishments and Site Visit Reports
A mid-year update on agencies receiving Human Services Funding and year-to-date accomplishments
Every study session and council meeting is televised on Comcast Channel 21 and live-streamed on the city’s YouTube channel, WatchAuburn.