Heads up: On the agenda

Brynn writes:

Another week is upon us. Maybe some day soon the weather gods will realize it’s mid-April and give us some sunshine!

Kitsap County Commissioners (meet at 619 Division Street, Port Orchard)

Monday, April 18, 10 a.m.: This meeting, like last Monday’s morning meeting, is pretty light. Lobbyist Tom McBride will give a legislative update for an hour, which will be followed by an hour of “board information sharing” and then adjournment at noon.

2 p.m.: This meeting is also relatively light. The board will discuss “standing administrative items” for 10 minutes, then review its advisory groups with Jan Koske for an hour and then do more “board information sharing” from 3:15 to 4:30 p.m. when they adjourn.

Wednesday, April 20, 8:30 a.m.: The board will look at its agenda for the upcoming April 25 regular business meeting until 9:20 a.m., then have 40 minutes of information sharing before Kitsap County Fire Marshal David Lynam comes in to talk about “fire marshal flow” from 10 to 10:30 a.m. Next for discussion will be a draft of trade development rights and an interlocal agreement with Port Orchard and then the board will go into executive session to talk about personnel matters from 11 to 11:30 .m. Another closed session will follow to discuss real estate and adjournment will come at noon.

City of Bremerton (meets at 345 Sixth Street, Bremerton)

Wednesday, April 20, 5:30 p.m.: The council’s taking up discussion on the proposal to reduce the overall council size from nine to seven council members and will have a public hearing regarding the under grounding of wires in downtown.

City of Port Orchard (meets at 219 Prospect Street)

Tuesday, April 12, 7 p.m.: The City Council has a work study that has a number of items up for discussion. The first two include an hour-long presentation and discussion on “Code City, Mayor/Council Form of Government”; and then a 15 minute discussion on “parking garage relocation”. To see the whole agenda, click here.

City of Poulsbo (City Hall, 200 Moe Street)

Wednesday, April 20, 7 p.m.: Poulsbo also has a busy night. The meeting starts with a public hearing on an annexation request known as the “Julian Annexation”. Other items on teh agenda for the night include reviewing an amendment to an interlocal agreement in place with Kitsap County for city hall ownership interest and deciding on the move of the Poulsbo Police Department and its operations to the new city hall space.

Central Kitsap Community Council (5300 Newberry Hill Road)

Wednesday, April 20, 7 p.m.: The Central Kitsap Community Council will hold a regular meeting with presentations about Olympic College’s four-year degree programs, changes to the intersection of Poplars Ave and Silverdale Way and the Silverdale incorporation initiative.

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