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 ordinance and resolutions that are up for consideration during a study session. No votes happen during a study session.
This week’s agenda has one ordinance for discussion and the annual joint council and Human Services Committee meeting scheduled for the session. As with each study session, this week’s agenda has several important items of interest to the community.
November 22, 2021 Discussion Items
Ordinance No. 6843 (link)A
An Ordinance relating to fee codes, and amending Sections 19.02.070, 19.04.040, 19.06.040, 19.08.030, 15.07.080, 13.06.050, 13.06.275, 13.20.200, and 13.41.040 of the Auburn City Code
Municipal Services Discussion Items:
Annual Joint Council and Human Services Committee Meeting (link)
Roundtable discussion between the City Council and the Human Services Committee
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.
The link to the Auburn City Council 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. https://zoom.us/j/92323744701
Or join by phone:
253 215 8782
877 853 5257 (Toll Free)
Webinar ID: 891 6834 8645
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.