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What’s on the Agenda? Auburn City Council Study Session June 8, 2020


The Auburn City Council meets every second and fourth (and fifth if there is one) Monday evening for a study session. This week’s agenda has nine scheduled presentations for the council. This week’s study session has several important items of interest to the community.

The presentations scheduled on the agenda for tonight are:

Use of Force and Commendations, Inquiries, Allegations (CIA) Update (O’Neil)(30 Minutes)

SKHHP Progress Update and Draft 2020-2021 Work Plan (Tate)(25 Minutes) South King Housing and Homelessness Partners (SKHHP) 2019 End of the Year Report and draft 2020-2021 Work Plan and overview of proposed 2021 and 2022 jurisdiction contributions to SKHHP


Ordinance No. 6777 (Thomas)(10 Minutes) An Ordinance amending Ordinance No. 6767 extending the temporary waiver of late fees for utility accounts and airport fees in light of a declared Public Health Emergency related to COVID- 19

Items of Discussion of the agenda for tonight are:

Pierce Transit Long-Range Plan Presentation (Gaub)(20 Minutes)

Lea Hill Road Corridor Study (Gaub)(20 Minutes)


Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Transition Plan and Resolution No. 5514 to adopt ADA policies (Gaub)(20 Minutes)

Ordinance No. 6778 (Gaub)(10 Minutes) An Ordinance 6778 providing a temporary waiver of Right-of-Way Use Permit fees, for outside restaurant seating in the public right-of-way, in response to the phased opening of commercial businesses following the COVID-19 declared Public Health Emergency

CARES Small Business Assistance (Hinman)(10 Minutes) Overview of a draft approach for distributing Small Business Assistance Grants using the City’s allocation of CARES funding

Resolution No. 5525 (Tate)(10 Minutes) A Resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into a contract for professional services with the eCityGov Alliance for the purposes interfacing the City’s permit system with


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.

City Council Study Sessions begin at 5:30pm. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this study session will be held 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.

Per the Governor’s Emergency Proclamation 20-28, the City of Auburn is prohibited from holding an in-person meeting at this time. All meetings will be held virtually and telephonically.

The link to the Virtual Meeting or phone number to listen to the Council Meeting is:

Join from a PC, Mac, iPad, iPhone, or Android device:

Please click this URL to join.

Or join by phone:
253 215 8782
877 853 5257 (Toll-Free)

Webinar ID: 923 2374 4701

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.


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