Current Agenda

For Regular Council and Committee meetings on April 14, 2015

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Community members who require special assistance to participate in our meetings are asked to contact our office at least 96 hours in advance.


As a courtesy to all meeting attendees, cellular phone use is prohibited in the council chambers,

Accessible parking is available near the Courthouse south entrance.

Our regular council meetings are broadcast on BTV10, Comcast channel 10, at 7:00 p.m. on the two Wednesdays following each Tuesday evening county council meeting.

COUNCIL COMMITTEE SCHEDULES

COUNCIL NATURAL RESOURCES COMMITTEE
Members:  Barry Buchanan, Satpal Sidhu, Carl Weimer
9:30 a.m. Tuesday, April 14, 2015, Council Chambers, 311 Grand Avenue

Committee Discussion 

1. Presentation of the Lake Whatcom Management Program 2015-2019 Work Plan (AB2015-124)

Other Business
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COUNCIL FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES COMMITTEE
Members:  Rud Browne, Barry Buchanan, Satpal Sidhu
11 a.m. Tuesday, April 14, 2015
Council Chambers, 311 Grand Avenue

Executive Reports

Whatcom County Business Presentation
The Council’s Finance and Administrative Services Committee will host business presentations throughout the year to gain greater awareness and understanding of a variety of Whatcom County businesses and their impact on our local economy.  Presentations will be 10-15 minutes in length and have been scheduled and facilitated with the assistance of the Port of Bellingham Economic Development Division.

1. Informational briefing by Dale Delmage, President of Nylatech (AB2015-134)

Committee Discussion and Recommendations to Council

1. Ordinance authorizing amendment No. 2 to Ordinance 2014-11, establishing the Dakota Creek Bridge No. 500 project fund and budget (AB2015-120

2. Ordinance authorizing amendment No. 1 to Ordinance No. 2014-012, establishing the Slater Road intersections, Imhoff Road and Ferndale Road, CRP No. 910003 project budget (AB2015-121

3. Ordinance amending Whatcom County Code 3.08, Purchasing System (AB2015-042) (Councilmember proposal)

3a. Ordinance amending Whatcom County Code 3.08, Purchasing System (AB2015-042A
(Executive proposal)

4. Ordinance amending the 2015 Whatcom County Budget, fourth request, in the amount of $1,444,000 (AB2015-119

Council "Consent Agenda" Items

1. Request authorization for the County Executive to enter into an interlocal cooperative agreement between Whatcom County and Skagit County for use of the Plantation Rifle Range by the Skagit County Sheriff’s Department for the purpose of providing firearms qualifications for commissioned and non-commissioned personnel, in the amount of $7,973.50 (AB2015-125)

2. Request authorization for the County Executive to enter into an interlocal cooperative agreement between Whatcom County and the City of Bellingham for use of the Plantation Rifle Range by the Bellingham Police Department for the purpose of providing firearms qualifications for commissioned and non-commissioned personnel, in the amount of $26,895.50 (AB2015-126)

3. Request authorization for the County Executive to enter into a contract between Whatcom County and Siemens Industry, Inc., for the Technical Support HVAC Controls Services Agreement for the Courthouse, Jail, Jail Work Center, Northwest Annex, Lottie Annex, Central Shop, East Whatcom Regional Resource Center, Forest Street Annex, and Civic Center Annex, in the amount of $148,503.77 (AB2015-127)

4. Request approval for the County Executive to authorize purchase of waterborne traffic line paint for 2015 using an interlocal agreement with Pierce County and vendor Alpine Products, Inc. (AB2015-128)

5. Request approval for the County Executive to authorize purchase of waterborne traffic line paint for 2015 using an interlocal agreement with Lewis County and vendor Sherwin Williams (AB2015-129)

6. Request approval for the County Executive to enter into a contract for services agreement between Whatcom County and Attorney Curt Wyrick for representation in the British Petroleum assessment appeals in conjunction with the Whatcom County Prosecutor’s Office, in the amount of $54,500 (AB2015-130)

7. Request approval to amend the contract between Whatcom County and Van Ness Feldman, LLC, for outside legal representation, in the amount of $10,000, for a total amended contract amount of $150,000 (AB2014-136B)

Other Business
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PUBLIC WORKS, HEALTH, AND SAFETY COMMITTEE
Members:  Barbara Brenner, Pete Kremen, Ken Mann
1:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 14, 2015
Council Chambers, 311 Grand Avenue

Committee Discussion 

1. Discussion regarding a proposed ordinance establishing parking restrictions on Bennett Drive (AB2015-118)

2. Presentation by Rob Nye, Public Works Special Programs Manager, on the ferry operations report for Fiscal Year 2014 (AB2015-074A)

Other Business
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SPECIAL COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE
3:00 p.m. Tuesday, April 14, 2015
Council Chambers, 311 Grand Avenue

Committee Discussion 

1. Executive Louws to present another update on progress and developments of the new jail project (AB2015-047C)

Other Business

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COUNCIL COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE
6:45 p.m. Tuesday, April 14, 2015
Council Conference Room, 311 Grand Avenue

Committee Discussion

1. Discussion with Senior Deputy Prosecutor Karen Frakes regarding Growth Management Hearings Board Case No. 11-2-0010c (AB2015-018)
[Discussion of this item may take place in executive session (closed to the public) pursuant to RCW42.30.110 (1) (i)]

Other Business
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COUNCIL AGENDA

REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING
7 p.m. Tuesday, April 14, 2015
Council Chambers, 311 Grand Avenue

CALL TO ORDER
ROLL CALL
FLAG SALUTE
ANNOUNCEMENTS


If you will be handing out paperwork to councilmembers, please give one copy to the clerk for our office files.  Thank you.

CITIZEN BOARD AND COMMITTEE VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT
Each agenda features at least one council-appointed citizen board, commission, or committee that currently has unfilled positions.  Council encourages qualified Whatcom county registered voters who are interested in participating in county government to submit an application for this or any committee vacancy. For more information or an application, please visit the Council website, or call, email, or visit the Council Office.

Sumas/Everson/Nooksack Flood Control Subzone Advisory Committee (2 Vacancies)
Applicants must live within the subzone boundary. The Committee is an integral part of the program reviewing the Comprehensive Plan for flood control, discussing and recommending budget appropriation, and is a liaison with the public at meetings.  The Committee has special meetings throughout the year, as needed.  Term of office is four years.  Applications are due in the Council Office by 10 a.m. on Tuesday, April 21, 2015.

PUBLIC HEARINGS
Audience members who wish to address the council during a public hearing are asked to sign up at the back of the room before the meeting begins.  The council chair will ask those who have signed up to form a line at the podium.   Each speaker should state his or her name for the record and will be given three minutes to address the council. Council staff will keep track of time limits and inform speakers when they have thirty seconds left to conclude their comments.  When a large group of individuals supports the same position on an issue, we encourage the selection of one or two representatives to speak on behalf of the entire group.

1. Ordinance amending Whatcom County Code Title 20 and the Comprehensive Plan regarding surface mine permitting, Mineral Resource Lands designation process, and Mineral Resource Lands designation criteria (Recommended motion:  Forward for concurrent review with other Comprehensive Plan amendments scheduled for adoption later this evening)   (AB2014-344) - Amended
Forwarded for concurrent review

2. Ordinance finalizing a revised system of assessment for Consolidation Drainage Improvement District No. 21 (AB2015-100)r
Adopted 7-0, Ordinance 2015-008

3. Council invites the public to comment on the proposal for a new Whatcom County Jail and offer specific ideas for jail diversion programs (AB2015-047D)
Public comment received

OPEN SESSION (20 MINUTES)
During open session, audience members can speak to the council on any issue not scheduled for public hearing or related to the proposed Gateway Pacific Terminal project (GPT).  Each speaker should state his or her name for the record and will be given three minutes to address the council.  Council staff will keep track of time limits and inform speakers when they have thirty seconds left to conclude their comments. 

CONSENT AGENDA
Items under this section of the agenda may be considered in a single motion.  Councilmembers have received and studied background material on all items.  Committee review has taken place on these items, as indicated.  Any member of the public, administrative staff, or council may ask that an item be considered separately.

(From Finance and Administrative Services Committee) 

1. Request authorization for the County Executive to enter into an interlocal cooperative agreement between Whatcom County and Skagit County for use of the Plantation Rifle Range by the Skagit County Sheriff’s Department for the purpose of providing firearms qualifications for commissioned and non-commissioned personnel, in the amount of $7,973.50 (AB2015-125)
Approved Consent 7-0

2. Request authorization for the County Executive to enter into an interlocal cooperative agreement between Whatcom County and the City of Bellingham for use of the Plantation Rifle Range by the Bellingham Police Department for the purpose of providing firearms qualifications for commissioned and non-commissioned personnel, in the amount of $26,895.50 (AB2015-126)
Approved  Consent 7-0

3. Request authorization for the County Executive to enter into a contract between Whatcom County and Siemens Industry, Inc., for the Technical Support HVAC Controls Services Agreement for the Courthouse, Jail, Jail Work Center, Northwest Annex, Lottie Annex, Central Shop, East Whatcom Regional Resource Center, Forest Street Annex, and Civic Center Annex, in the amount of $148,503.77 (AB2015-127)
Approved Consent 7-0

4. Request approval for the County Executive to authorize purchase of waterborne traffic line paint for 2015 using an interlocal agreement with Pierce County and vendor Alpine Products, Inc. (AB2015-128)
Approved Consent 7-0

5. Request approval for the County Executive to authorize purchase of waterborne traffic line paint for 2015 using an interlocal agreement with Lewis County and vendor Sherwin Williams (AB2015-129)
Approved Consent 7-0

6. Request approval for the County Executive to enter into a contract for services agreement between Whatcom County and Attorney Curt Wyrick for representation in the British Petroleum assessment appeals in conjunction with the Whatcom County Prosecutor’s Office, in the amount of $54,500 (AB2015-130)
Approved Consent 7-0

7. Request approval to amend the contract between Whatcom County and Van Ness Feldman, LLC, for outside legal representation, in the amount of $10,000, for a total amended contract amount of $150,000 (AB2014-136B)
Approved 6-1, Weimer opposed

OTHER ITEMS

(From Finance and Administrative Services Committee)

1. Ordinance authorizing amendment No. 2 to Ordinance 2014-11, establishing the Dakota Creek Bridge No. 500 project fund and budget (AB2015-120
Approved 6-1, Mann opposed

2. Ordinance authorizing amendment No. 1 to Ordinance No. 2014-012, establishing the Slater Road intersections, Imhoff Road and Ferndale Road, CRP No. 910003 project budget (AB2015-121
Adopted 7-0, Ordinance 2015-010

3. Ordinance amending Whatcom County Code 3.08, Purchasing System (AB2015-042) (AB2015-042: Substitute)(Councilmember proposal)
Substitute Adopted 7-0, Ordinance 2015-011

3a. Ordinance amending Whatcom County Code 3.08, Purchasing System (AB2015-042A(Executive proposal)
The Council did not vote on this item

4. Ordinance amending the 2015 Whatcom County Budget, fourth request, in the amount of $1,444,000 (AB2015-119
Adopted 7-0, Ordinance 2015-012

(From Committee of the Whole)

5. Consideration of settlement agreement related to Growth Management Hearings Board Case No. 11-2-0010c (AB2015-135
Motion carried 7-0 to approve the settlement agreement

EXECUTIVE APPOINTMENTS TO BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, AND COMMITTEES
Per Whatcom County Code 2.03.070(B), the council must confirm or reject executive appointments within 30 days of submission to the council. County code deems the appointee confirmed if council does not take action within this time. 

1. Request confirmation of the County Executive’s appointments to the Northwest Senior Services Board (AB2015-131)
Confirmed 7-0

ADOPTION OF 2014 COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENTS
These items have been reviewed by Council and are ready to be considered concurrently so the cumulative effect of the proposals can be evaluated.  Each ordinance will be voted on separately, followed by a vote to approve the ordinances as a group.

1. Ordinance repealing the 1994 Eliza Island Plan and amending provisions in the Whatcom County Comprehensive Plan and Zoning Code relating to the plan (AB2014-196) (forwarded June 3, 2014)
Adopted 7-0, Ordinance 2015-013
          
2. Ordinance repealing the 1991 South Fork Valley Subarea Plan and amending provisions in the Whatcom County Comprehensive Plan relating to subarea plans (AB2014-197) (forwarded June 3, 2014)
Adopted 7-0, Ordinance 2015-014
          
3. Ordinance repealing the 1982 Lake Whatcom Subarea Plan and amending provisions in the Whatcom County Comprehensive Plan relating to subarea plans (AB2014-198) (forwarded June 3, 2014)
Adopted 7-0, Ordinance 2015-015
          
4. Ordinance amending Whatcom County Code Title 20 and the Comprehensive Plan regarding surface mine permitting, the mineral resource lands designation process, and mineral resource lands designation criteria (AB2014-344) (forwarded this evening)
Adopted 7-0, Ordinance 2015-016

The Council approved a motion 7-0 to consider and adopt all Comprehensive Plan amendments concurrently.
 
INTRODUCTION ITEMS 
Council action will not be taken.  The council may accept these items for introduction (no action) in a single motion.  Changes, in terms of committee assignment for example, may be made at this time.

1. Ordinance amending the 2015 Whatcom County Budget, fifth request, in the amount of $136,500 (AB2015-132)
Introduced 7-0 (proposed schedule – April 28 Finance and Administrative Services Committee and Council)

2. Ordinance amending the 2015 Whatcom County Flood Control Zone District Budget, first request, in the amount of $80,000 (AB2015-133) (Council acting as the Whatcom County Flood Control Zone District Board of Supervisors)
Introduced 7-0 (proposed schedule – April 28 Finance and Administrative Services Committee and Council)

3. Receipt of applications for the Sumas/Everson/Nooksack Flood Subzone, applicants: Jerry Juergens, Larry Mades and Thomas Swartwood (AB2015-089) (application deadline for any other applicants to this vacancy is 10 a.m. on April 21, 2015) (Council acting as the Whatcom County Flood Control Zone District Board of Supervisors)
Received 7-0 (proposed schedule – April 28 Council)

COMMITTEE REPORTS 

Motion carried 7-0 to appoint Councilmembers Weimer and Mann to serve on an interview panel for hiring the Council Legislative Analyst

UPDATES AND OTHER ITEMS FROM COUNCILMEMBERS 

ADJOURN
The next regular council meeting is scheduled for 7:00 p.m. Tuesday, April 28, 2015, in the Council Chambers, 311 Grand Avenue.





Community members who require special assistance to participate in our meetings are asked to contact our office at least 96 hours in advance.

As a courtesy to all meeting attendees, cellular phone use is prohibited in the council chambers,

Accessible parking is available near the Courthouse south entrance.

Our regular council meetings are broadcast on BTV10, Comcast channel 10, at 7:00 p.m. on the two Wednesdays following each Tuesday evening county council meeting.

COUNCIL COMMITTEE SCHEDULES

COUNCIL NATURAL RESOURCES COMMITTEE
Members:  Barry Buchanan, Rud Browne, Carl Weimer
9:30 a.m. Tuesday, , 2015
Council Chambers, 311 Grand Avenue

Committee Discussion 



Committee Discussion and Recommendations to Council



Other Business
___________________________________________________________________________________

COUNCIL FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES COMMITTEE
Members:  Rud Browne, Barry Buchanan, Ken Mann
11 a.m. Tuesday, , 2015
Council Chambers, 311 Grand Avenue

Executive Reports



Committee Discussion



Committee Discussion and Recommendations to Council



Committee Discussion and Recommendations to Council 


(Council acting as the Whatcom County Flood Control Zone District Board of Supervisors)

Council "Consent Agenda" Items



Other Business

___________________________________________________________________________________

PUBLIC WORKS, HEALTH, AND SAFETY COMMITTEE
Members:  Barbara Brenner, Pete Kremen, Ken Mann
1:30 p.m. Tuesday, , 2015
Council Chambers, 311 Grand Avenue

Committee Discussion 



Committee Discussion and Recommendation to Council



Other Business
___________________________________________________________________________________

PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE
Members:  Barbara Brenner, Rud Browne, Ken Mann
3 p.m. Tuesday, , 2015
Council Chambers, 311 Grand Avenue

Committee Discussion 



Committee Discussion and Recommendation to Council



Other Business
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COUNCIL COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE
--- p.m. Tuesday, January 27, 2015
Council Conference Room, 311 Grand Avenue

Committee Discussion


Other Business


 
COUNCIL AGENDA

REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING
7 p.m. Tuesday, , 2015
Council Chambers, 311 Grand Avenue

CALL TO ORDER
ROLL CALL
FLAG SALUTE
ANNOUNCEMENTS


If you will be handing out paperwork to councilmembers, please give one copy to the clerk for our office files.  Thank you.

SPECIAL PRESENTATION



CITIZEN BOARD AND COMMITTEE VACANCIES
Each agenda features at least one council-appointed citizen board, commission, or committee that currently has unfilled positions.  Council encourages qualified Whatcom county registered voters who are interested in participating in county government to submit an application for this or any committee vacancy. For more information or an application, please visit the Council website, or call, email, or visit the Council Office.



PUBLIC HEARINGS
Audience members who wish to address the council during a public hearing are asked to sign up at the back of the room before the meeting begins.  The council chair will ask those who have signed up to form a line at the podium.   Each speaker should state his or her name for the record and will be given three minutes to address the council. Council staff will keep track of time limits and inform speakers when they have thirty seconds left to conclude their comments.  When a large group of individuals supports the same position on an issue, we encourage the selection of one or two representatives to speak on behalf of the entire group.

OPEN SESSION (20 MINUTES)
During open session, audience members can speak to the council on any issue not scheduled for public hearing or related to the proposed Gateway Pacific Terminal project (GPT).  Each speaker should state his or her name for the record and will be given three minutes to address the council.  Council staff will keep track of time limits and inform speakers when they have thirty seconds left to conclude their comments. 



CONSENT AGENDA
Items under this section of the agenda may be considered in a single motion.  Councilmembers have received and studied background material on all items.  Committee review has taken place on these items, as indicated.  Any member of the public, administrative staff, or council may ask that an item be considered separately.

From Finance and Administrative Services Committee

OTHER ITEMS

From Natural Resources Committee



From Finance and Administrative Services Committee



From Public Works, Health, and Safety Committee



From Planning and Development Committee



No Committee Assignment



COUNCIL APPOINTMENTS TO BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, AND COMMITTEES 
Per Whatcom County Code 2.03.060 and 100.02.080, applications for council-appointed and FCZD board of supervisor-appointed citizen boards, commissions, and committees may be accepted until 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday of the week prior to the regularly scheduled council meeting at which nominations and possible vote to appoint are scheduled to occur. 



EXECUTIVE APPOINTMENTS TO BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, AND COMMITTEES
Per Whatcom County Code 2.03.070(B), the council must confirm or reject executive appointments within 30 days of submission to the council. County code deems the appointee confirmed if council does not take action within this time. 

INTRODUCTION ITEMS 
Council action will not be taken.  The council may accept these items for introduction (no action) in a single motion.  Changes, in terms of committee assignment for example, may be made at this time.

COMMITTEE CHAIR REPORTS

OTHER COUNCIL BUSINESS

COUNCILMEMBER UPDATES

ADJOURN

The next regular council meeting is scheduled for 7:00 p.m. Tuesday, , 2015, in the Council Chambers, 311 Grand Avenue.

Community members who require special assistance to participate in our meetings are asked to contact our office at least 96 hours in advance.

As a courtesy to all meeting attendees, cellular phone use is prohibited in the council chambers,

Accessible parking is available near the Courthouse south entrance.

Our regular council meetings are broadcast on BTV10, Comcast channel 10, at 7:00 p.m. on the two Wednesdays following each Tuesday evening county council meeting.

COUNCIL COMMITTEE SCHEDULES

COUNCIL NATURAL RESOURCES COMMITTEE
Members:  Barry Buchanan, Rud Browne, Carl Weimer
9:30 a.m. Tuesday, , 2015
Council Chambers, 311 Grand Avenue

Committee Discussion 



Committee Discussion and Recommendations to Council



Other Business
___________________________________________________________________________________

COUNCIL FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES COMMITTEE
Members:  Rud Browne, Barry Buchanan, Ken Mann
11 a.m. Tuesday, , 2015
Council Chambers, 311 Grand Avenue

Executive Reports



Committee Discussion



Committee Discussion and Recommendations to Council



Committee Discussion and Recommendations to Council 


(Council acting as the Whatcom County Flood Control Zone District Board of Supervisors)

Council "Consent Agenda" Items



Other Business

___________________________________________________________________________________

PUBLIC WORKS, HEALTH, AND SAFETY COMMITTEE
Members:  Barbara Brenner, Pete Kremen, Ken Mann
1:30 p.m. Tuesday, , 2015
Council Chambers, 311 Grand Avenue

Committee Discussion 



Committee Discussion and Recommendation to Council



Other Business
___________________________________________________________________________________

PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE
Members:  Barbara Brenner, Rud Browne, Ken Mann
3 p.m. Tuesday, , 2015
Council Chambers, 311 Grand Avenue

Committee Discussion 



Committee Discussion and Recommendation to Council



Other Business
___________________________________________________________________________________

COUNCIL COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE
--- p.m. Tuesday, January 27, 2015
Council Conference Room, 311 Grand Avenue

Committee Discussion


Other Business


 
COUNCIL AGENDA

REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING
7 p.m. Tuesday, , 2015
Council Chambers, 311 Grand Avenue

CALL TO ORDER
ROLL CALL
FLAG SALUTE
ANNOUNCEMENTS


If you will be handing out paperwork to councilmembers, please give one copy to the clerk for our office files.  Thank you.

SPECIAL PRESENTATION



CITIZEN BOARD AND COMMITTEE VACANCIES
Each agenda features at least one council-appointed citizen board, commission, or committee that currently has unfilled positions.  Council encourages qualified Whatcom county registered voters who are interested in participating in county government to submit an application for this or any committee vacancy. For more information or an application, please visit the Council website, or call, email, or visit the Council Office.



PUBLIC HEARINGS
Audience members who wish to address the council during a public hearing are asked to sign up at the back of the room before the meeting begins.  The council chair will ask those who have signed up to form a line at the podium.   Each speaker should state his or her name for the record and will be given three minutes to address the council. Council staff will keep track of time limits and inform speakers when they have thirty seconds left to conclude their comments.  When a large group of individuals supports the same position on an issue, we encourage the selection of one or two representatives to speak on behalf of the entire group.

OPEN SESSION (20 MINUTES)
During open session, audience members can speak to the council on any issue not scheduled for public hearing or related to the proposed Gateway Pacific Terminal project (GPT).  Each speaker should state his or her name for the record and will be given three minutes to address the council.  Council staff will keep track of time limits and inform speakers when they have thirty seconds left to conclude their comments. 



CONSENT AGENDA
Items under this section of the agenda may be considered in a single motion.  Councilmembers have received and studied background material on all items.  Committee review has taken place on these items, as indicated.  Any member of the public, administrative staff, or council may ask that an item be considered separately.

From Finance and Administrative Services Committee

OTHER ITEMS

From Natural Resources Committee



From Finance and Administrative Services Committee



From Public Works, Health, and Safety Committee



From Planning and Development Committee



No Committee Assignment



COUNCIL APPOINTMENTS TO BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, AND COMMITTEES 
Per Whatcom County Code 2.03.060 and 100.02.080, applications for council-appointed and FCZD board of supervisor-appointed citizen boards, commissions, and committees may be accepted until 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday of the week prior to the regularly scheduled council meeting at which nominations and possible vote to appoint are scheduled to occur. 



EXECUTIVE APPOINTMENTS TO BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, AND COMMITTEES
Per Whatcom County Code 2.03.070(B), the council must confirm or reject executive appointments within 30 days of submission to the council. County code deems the appointee confirmed if council does not take action within this time. 

INTRODUCTION ITEMS 
Council action will not be taken.  The council may accept these items for introduction (no action) in a single motion.  Changes, in terms of committee assignment for example, may be made at this time.

COMMITTEE CHAIR REPORTS

OTHER COUNCIL BUSINESS

COUNCILMEMBER UPDATES

ADJOURN

The next regular council meeting is scheduled for 7:00 p.m. Tuesday, , 2015, in the Council Chambers, 311 Grand Avenue.