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CITY COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES
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City Council Reg. Mtg. Minutes <br /> Wednesday, June 19, 2019 <br /> Page 3 of 4 <br /> There were no questions or comments from the public... <br /> 06:30:38 M/S/C/U (Wheat/Daugs) Move to approve the CONSENT AGENDA as presented. <br /> GENERAL BUSINESS <br /> 6A— ORDINANCE NO. 5370 AMENDING SECTION 13.04.140 OF THE BREMERTON <br /> MUNICIPAL CODE (BMC) RELATED TO LIQUOR IN PARKS: Parks & Recreation Director Jeff <br /> Elevado explained that Under the Park Code, Section 13.04.140 of the Bremerton Municipal Code, <br /> it currently authorizes sale and consumption of liquor in designated City parks and Public Utility <br /> property during special events. These include Harborside Fountain Park, Louis Mentor Boardwalk, <br /> and Otto Jarstad Park. Service and consumption must be permitted by the Washington State <br /> Liquor and Cannabis Board, is limited to beer and wine, and must be administered during an event <br /> or activity which is licensed by the City as a special event or authorized by the City Council upon <br /> terms and conditions as established by the City Council. <br /> Increased demand for special events at parks suited for hosting such events, and requests from <br /> event organizers to provide for the sale and consumption of liquor within the park during these <br /> events has prompted this request to amend BMC 13.04.140 to allow sale and consumption of <br /> liquor at additional locations. <br /> The proposed amendment will add Pendergast Regional Park, Evergreen Rotary Park, and Lions <br /> Park to the list of designated parks in which service and consumption of liquor is authorized when <br /> all rit m n r <br /> e u e a is are met. <br /> q <br /> There were no comments from the public... <br /> 06:32:55 Motion was made by Daugs; and seconded by Wheat... Comments and questions were <br /> provided by Daugs and Huddy; with responses provided by Mr. Elevado... <br /> 06:35:58 M/S/C/U (Daugs/Wheat) Move to approve Ordinance No. 5370 amending Section <br /> 13.04.140 of the Bremerton Municipal Code to allow service and consumption of liquor at <br /> designated City parks as regulated by the Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board. <br /> COUNCIL MEMBER REPORTS <br /> Richard Huddv welcomed Capt. Dianna Wolfson to Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, noting she was <br /> the first woman to command a United States naval shipyard; congratulated King Lion Bob Theal, <br /> and all the graduates who received their degrees at the graduation ceremony held last Sunday; <br /> welcomed all of the citizens who expressed their concerns tonight while providing updates on the <br /> construction of the Tribal smoke shop and convenience store planned for 11321 N. Callow Avenue; <br /> as well as the nuisance property at 1317 N. Lafayette Avenue. <br /> Lori Wheat thanked everyone who attended the Council Meeting tonight as well as those who <br /> provided comment; invited volunteers to the next Kiwanis Park Work Party on Saturday, June 22 <br /> from 9:00 to 11:00 AM; mentioned that she will be joining fellow Council Member Kevin Gorman on <br /> the biking portion of the Bridging Bremerton event; congratulated the City of Bremerton for <br /> receiving the Complete Streets Award; enjoyed attending the Change of Command Ceremony; and <br /> thanked Bremerton Police Officers for letting her participate in a recent Ride Along. <br /> Kevin Gorman shared the full schedule of events for the "Bridging Bremerton" event on Saturday, <br /> June 22; and looked forward to the 3rd Annual Bridge Blast on Saturday, June 29 with vendors, <br /> food, and entertainment beginning at noon on the Bremerton Boardwalk, with a Fireworks Display <br /> off of the Manette Bridge beginning at approximately 10:15 PM. <br />
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