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To discuss with legal counsel pending or potential litigation pursuant to RCW 42.30.110(1)(i) for approximately 30 minutes. No action to be taken.
Recommended Action: Receive presentation. No action necessary.
A. October 16, 2020 in the amount of $747,431.96
B. October 23, 2020 in the amount of $499,783.32
A. October 1, 2020 Special Meeting
B. October 6, 2020 Regular Meeting
C. October 13, 2020 Special Meeting
A. Conduct Public Hearing on Ordinance No. 20-15, which extended the 2020 docketing deadline to submit proposals for Comprehensive Plan and development code amendments.
B. If necessary, make additional findings and conclusions for passing Ordinance No. 20-15.
A. Suspend City Council Rules of Procedure 6.3 requiring a second reading of an ordinance.
B. Adopt Ordinance No. 20C-24 amending MICC Chapter 19.17 and updating the school impact fees.
A. Approve the 54 selected recipients for the Mercer Island COVID-19 Relief for Small Businesses and Nonprofits Grant Program.
B. Authorize the City Manager to enter into subrecipient agreements with each grant recipient for grant disbursement and financial reimbursement via Washington State CARES Coronavirus Relief Funding.
Recommended Action: Move one of the following alternatives:
A. Direct the City Manager to authorize staff to perform additional design or analysis and return to a future City Council meeting.
B. Appropriate $773,045 from the 2019-2020 CIP for Option B of the Thrift Shop and Recycling Center Remodel Project and direct the City Manager to add the project to the 2021-2022 CIP for construction.
A. Determine which budget proposals, if any, should be included in the final 2021-2022 budget and,
B. Provide direction on the disposition of the estimated 2021 General Fund Balance.