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  1. City Council Regular Meeting

    February 5, 2024, 7:00 PM
    @
    Council Chambers, City Hall South

    Agenda topics include the following:
    ID 1574 - Environmental Board Report
    ID 1515 - Emergency Housing & Crisis Response Programs
    ID 1657 - Equity Board Report
    AB 8679 - IMC 6.08, Animal Control
    AB 8695 - Dept. of Commerce Grant
    AB 8705 - SE 43rd Way Signalization Project
    AB 8725 - Transportation Alternatives Grant
    AB 8746 - Religious and Cultural Calendar
    AB 8752 - Civil Service Commission Appointment
    AB 8757 - Water System Project Change Order
    AB 8764 - Emergency Management Grant
    AB 8770 – Dept. of Commerce Middle Housing Grant
    AB 8771 - Cybersecurity Grant
    AB 8773 - Wireless Meter Project Contract
    AB 8775 - Sewer Relocation Design Contract
    AB 8777 - Scanning Contract Extension
    AB 8778 - 2024 Arts Grant Recommendations
    AB 8687 - Vacation of a Portion of 2nd Avenue SE
    AB 8787 - Multi-Family Housing Tax Exemption
    AB 8753 - Economic Development Action Plan
    ID 1517 - Greenhouse Ga

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  2. Public Hearing: Multi Family Housing Tax Exemption

    February 5, 2024, 7:00 PM
    @
    Council Chambers, City Hall South

    The Issaquah City Council will hold a public hearing at a regular meeting on February 5, 2024, commencing at approximately 7:00 PM, to take public testimony regarding establishment of an additional residential targeted area to the City’s Multi-Family Housing Tax Exemption (MFTE) program.

    The eligible area to be considered at the public hearing is the Issaquah Highlands High Street Collection Residential Targeted Area, which is an area of approximately 21.5 acres that is bounded on the north by NE High Street, on the south by NE Discovery Drive, on the east by 9th Avenue NE, and on the west by 5th Place NE.

    Additional information on the proposal is available online.

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  3. Public Hearing: Right of Way Vacation of a Portion of 2nd Ave. SE

    February 5, 2024, 7:00 PM
    @
    Council Chambers, City Hall South

    The Issaquah City Council will hold a public hearing at a regular meeting on February 5, 2024, commencing at approximately 7:00 PM, to take public testimony regarding vacating a portion of City-owned right of way.

    The City is proposing vacating (removing) the right-of-way designation of a strip of land 36 feet in width within the western portion of 2nd Avenue SE between SE Darst Street and SE Donnelly Lane. No plans to use this right-of-way currently exist and vacating the right-of-way will allow the City-owned land to be used for the construction of the Rainier Trail Dog Park.

    Additional information on the proposed vacation is available online.

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Public Hearings

  1. Public Hearing: Multi Family Housing Tax Exemption

    February 5, 2024, 7:00 PM
    @
    Council Chambers, City Hall South

    The Issaquah City Council will hold a public hearing at a regular meeting on February 5, 2024, commencing at approximately 7:00 PM, to take public testimony regarding establishment of an additional residential targeted area to the City’s Multi-Family Housing Tax Exemption (MFTE) program.

    The eligible area to be considered at the public hearing is the Issaquah Highlands High Street Collection Residential Targeted Area, which is an area of approximately 21.5 acres that is bounded on the north by NE High Street, on the south by NE Discovery Drive, on the east by 9th Avenue NE, and on the west by 5th Place NE.

    Additional information on the proposal is available online.

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  2. Public Hearing: Right of Way Vacation of a Portion of 2nd Ave. SE

    February 5, 2024, 7:00 PM
    @
    Council Chambers, City Hall South

    The Issaquah City Council will hold a public hearing at a regular meeting on February 5, 2024, commencing at approximately 7:00 PM, to take public testimony regarding vacating a portion of City-owned right of way.

    The City is proposing vacating (removing) the right-of-way designation of a strip of land 36 feet in width within the western portion of 2nd Avenue SE between SE Darst Street and SE Donnelly Lane. No plans to use this right-of-way currently exist and vacating the right-of-way will allow the City-owned land to be used for the construction of the Rainier Trail Dog Park.

    Additional information on the proposed vacation is available online.

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