Renton City Council Agenda: Monday, September 10

City Council will meet at 6 p.m. for Committee of the Whole, and 7 p.m. for its regular council meeting.

The  will meet on Monday, September 10 on the seventh floor of City Hall at 7 p.m. The Committee of the Whole will have an update on impact fees at 6 p.m. in the Council Chambers.

Click here to read the Sept. 10 agenda. Can't make it to the meeting? Click here to watch it online, or tune in to Channel 21 to watch a live or re-broadcast recording. Click here for the broadcast schedule.

Phyllis Forister September 09, 2012 at 06:31 PM
As many citizens as possible need to attend 9/10/12 Council Meeting. http://www.rentonreporter.com/news/168963436.html#story “Residents' advocacy group to address Renton City Council By TRACEY COMPTON Renton Reporter Staff writer SEPTEMBER 7, 2012 An advocacy group started by Renton residents will make a formal presentation to the Renton City Council on Monday and pitch for more citizen oversight on city projects. Called the Renton Advocacy Coalition, the new group has 30 members and is growing, according to member Beth Asher. Monday the group will make a presentation on the downtown Cedar River library renovation and ask for representation on the design team. Asher feels that currently the design team has positions held by members of the Renton Library Advisory Board, who were "extremely vested in the Piazza library" idea, she said. "We’re asking that the 78 percent majority of citizens that we represent be allowed seats on the board, and appointment to the design team," Asher wrote in an email. "We’ll be asking why 24 percent of the voting public should be given more weight than 78 percent of the voting public."........."


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