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Clerk - CC Ord Res Min Agenda
CITY COUNCIL STUDY SESSION MINUTES
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DIGITAL RECORDING <br /> CITY COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES <br /> Wednesday, August 21, 2019 <br /> The weekly meeting of the City Council of the City of Bremerton was called to order Wednesday, <br /> August 21, 2019, at 5:00 PM in Council Conference Room 603 of the NORM DICKS GOVERNMENT <br /> CENTER, 345 6th Street, Bremerton, Washington, with Council President Eric Younger <br /> presiding. Council Members present were Richard Huddy, Michael Goodnow, Kevin Gorman, <br /> Leslie Daugs, and Pat Sullivan. Council Member Lori Wheat was absent. Also present were City <br /> Attorney Roger Lubovich; City Clerk Angela Woods; Legislative Office Manager Lori Smith; and <br /> Information Services Manager Dave Sorensen. <br /> A COUNCIL BRIEFING was held to discuss General Council Business at 5:00 PM in the Council <br /> Conference Room. At 5:30 PM the meeting moved to the Meeting Chambers. <br /> The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Council Member Pat Sullivan followed by the invocation <br /> provided by Stake President Kurt Wiest of the Bremerton Stake of the Church of Jesus Christ <br /> and Latter-Day Saints. <br /> MAYOR'S REPORT Mayor Wheeler... <br /> • Discussed the SR303 Corridor Study; Speed Feedback sign locations; and Kitsap Lake Water <br /> Quality Testing Results; and <br /> • Brought forward Municipal Court Administrator Dawn Williams to provide an update on a 30- <br /> day amnesty period for outstanding fines and a new mitigation by mail option. <br /> President Younger welcomed John Powers, Executive Director for the Kitsap Economic <br /> Development Alliance to provide updates on recent activity; and then introduced Carlita Mendez, <br /> Director of Contract Management Services (CMS), a department of the Bremerton Housing <br /> Authority, to provide the background of CMS, discuss its purpose, and acknowledge the success <br /> of the CMS partnership with KEDA. <br /> PUBLIC RECOGNITION <br /> Karen Sawyer explained how receiving lodging tax funding has assisted "Heavy Jeens" promote <br /> art in the Bremerton community through their monthly public handmade poster project that once <br /> created are placed around town to find during the First Friday Art Walk events. <br /> Angela Armstrong encouraged attendance at Kitsap Brain Injury's 6th Annual Walk, Run, & Roll <br /> fundraising event hosted by the nonprofit organization on Saturday, September 7 from 11:00 AM <br /> to 3:00 PM at Lions Park to support people suffering from traumatic brain injuries. <br /> President Younger added that further information can be found at www.KitsapBrainlnjury.orq. <br /> Jeanna Dameron, owner of a new mobile crisis intervention service "The Next Right Thing" read <br /> a story as one example that inspired the need for her business about a Bremerton women who <br /> felt powerless and went into crisis after hearing the cries of her neighbor who was being <br /> murdered during a domestic violent crime. <br /> Tomas Enrique Delgado provided comments in support of the modified ordinance related to the <br /> massage businesses. <br /> Anna Mockler urged the Council to consider completing a Traffic Study of the Quinault Indian <br /> Nation project. President Younger suggested she wait to provide comments during Item 7A... <br />
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