Category Archives: Agendas

Heads up: On the agenda

Brynn writes:

And here we are, almost at the end of April already. Here’s the meetings for the week:

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

Monday, April 23: Meeting canceled.

2 p.m.: This meeting is closed to the public for labor negotiations until the 4:30 p.m. adjournment.

5:30 p.m.: The board’s regular meeting will begin with some appointments, then Department of Community Development Director Larry Keeton will address the board regarding the county’s current update of its shooting range ordinance — Keeton is expected to explain why the Kitsap Rifle and Revolver Club was not invited to the latest round of meetings on the update; general business items include approving a resolution to close Chico Way during the Silverdale roundabout construction and awarding a $1.26 million contract to Stan Palmer Construction for the construction of the roundabout and setting the salaries for the north and south Kitsap commissioner positions, estimated to save the county $66,000 over four years; public hearing items include a resolution to amend the 2012 budget, a resolution updating DCD’s fee schedule and an ordinance amending another ordinance to modify the implementation date of the county’s Title 16.

Wednesday, April 25, 8:30 a.m.: The meeting starts with a talk about RBX replacement funding with Information Services Director Bud Harris, followed by an executive session on potential litigation, the meeting reopens with an earthquake drill from 9:45 to 10:05 a.m. followed by a 30 minute food chain program update then an hour-long budget update. The meeting ends with an executive session on real estate and a noon adjournment.

 

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

Wednesday, April 25, 5 p.m.: Click here for the pdf of the agenda for the council’s study session.

 

City of Port Orchard (meets at 219 Prospect Street)

Tuesday, April 24, 7 p.m.: Click here to see a copy of the council’s agenda.

 

City of Poulsbo (City Hall, 200 Moe Street)

No meeting.

 

Bremerton Housing Authority (4040 Wheaton Way)

Monday, April 23, 5:30 p.m.: The housing commissioners will meet for a regular meeting at the authority’s office.

 

Heads up: On the agenda

Brynn writes:

And the meetings this week include….

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

Monday, April 16, 10 a.m.: Once again the meeting starts with an hour-long legislative Update with Tom McBride. The board will then hold an hour-long “commissioners’ staff meeting” and adjourn at noon.

2 p.m.: This meeting kicks off with an hour-long presentation on the Silverdale regional growth center, which will be made before the Puget Sound Regional Council — this is a chance for commissioners to see it first; next is a review of DCD fee policies for an hour; followed by 10 minutes of talking about park grant requests. Adjournment at 4:10 p.m.

Wednesday, April 18, 8:30 a.m.: The meeting starts a review of the April 23 meeting agenda followed by a 90 minute discussion on Title 21.02, 21.04 and 21.08 with county planners. At 11:30 a.m. commissioners will recess into executive session for 30 minutes for real estate talks and then adjourn.

 

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

Wednesday, April 18, 5:30 p.m.: There’s only one general business item and no public hearing items. The general business item is: Award Contract for cross-town pipeline upper reach repair project to Stan Palmer Construction.

 

City of Port Orchard (meets at 219 Prospect Street)

Tuesday, April 17, 7 p.m.: Work study session items include: Update: Gordon Thomas Honeywell Governmental Affairs ; Update: Mayor’s report from department directors and achieving council’s goals; Discussion: Hotel/Motel lodging tax “carry-over”; Discussion: format and public comments of council meetings; Discussion: change order/purchase order/contracts authority clarification; Update: Shoreline Master Plan process.

 

City of Poulsbo (City Hall, 200 Moe Street)

Wednesday, April 18, 7 p.m.: Business items include a quarterly update from John Powers of the Kitsap Economic Development Alliance; additional hours for court security officer; and a public hearing on the city’s comprehensive plan amendments.

 

Central Kitsap Community Council

Wednesday, April 18, 7-9 p.m.: The CKCC is holding its meeting this month at the Harrison Medical Center Silverdale campus to talk about the hospital’s planned expansion and potential impacts to Ridgetop Boulevard.

Heads up: On the agenda

Brynn writes:

What a beautiful weekend, too bad it had to end and we’re back at the office. Here’s the week’s agendas:

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

Monday, April 9, 10 a.m.: Like most Monday mornings this one starts with an hour-long legislative Update with Tom McBride. The board will then hold an hour-long information sharing and adjourn at noon.

2 p.m.: The meeting starts with a parks update with parks priorities from parks director Jim Dunwiddie; next is a presentation of the Kitsap 1 budget for an hour; followed by an hour-long property tax discussion. Adjournment at 4:30 p.m.

5:30 p.m.: The board will review a resolution from the auditor’s office to amend the voting precinct boundaries; there is nothing scheduled for the public hearing.

Wednesday, April 11, 8:30 a.m.: The meeting starts with an update on the Kitsap Economic Development Alliance with John Powers for 25 minutes, followed by a closed session regarding labor relations. The board will meet with Eric Baker for 30 minutes to discuss a grant opportunity for the Kitsap Forest Plan and Bay project and then will recess into executive session to discuss real estate.

 

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

Wednesday, April 11, 5 p.m.: The council has a study session planned. Find the full agenda here.

 

City of Port Orchard (meets at 219 Prospect Street)

Tuesday, April 10, 7 p.m.: Two presentations include one on the Kitsap Economic Development Alliance and the introduction of the royal court for the Fathoms O’ Fun festival.

 

City of Poulsbo (City Hall, 200 Moe Street)

Wednesday, April 11, 7 p.m.: The council will hold a public hearing on its Shoreline Master Program update. The council could vote following the hearing on the document or it could postpone the approval for another meeting.

Heads up: On the agenda

Brynn writes:

Happy April, lets hope spring really does make an appearance this month…

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

Monday, April 2, 10 a.m.: Like most Monday mornings this one starts with an hour-long legislative Update with Tom McBride. The board will then hold an hour-long executive session to review the performance of a public employee.

2 p.m.: Meeting canceled.

Wednesday, April 3, 8:30 a.m.: Meeting starts with a review of the board’s agenda for its April 9 meeting; From 9:15 to 10 a.m. the board will share information; a review of the DCD annual report/department structure will follow from 10 to 11 a.m. and then the board will recess into executive session to discuss potential litigation for 30 minutes and real estate for another 30 minutes. Noon adjournment.

 

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

Wednesday, April 3, 5:30 p.m.: After meeting upstairs at 5 p.m. for a briefing the council will head downstairs for a regular session. The one business item is an amendment to the concession agreement with Bremerton Ice Arena, Inc. related to the sale of beer and wine. The council will also hold a closed meeting to discuss labor negotiations.

 

City of Port Orchard (meets at 219 Prospect Street)

No meeting this week.

 

City of Poulsbo (City Hall, 200 Moe Street)

Wednesday, April 3, 7 p.m.: Business items include an application for a special event for the Poulsbo Farmer’s Market; discussing 2012 carryover related to the budget; and continuing the council’s workshop on its Shoreline Master Plan update.

 

Housing Kitsap (345 Sixth Street, Bremerton)

Tuesday, April 3, 1 p.m.: Housing commissioners will meet on the fifth floor of the Norm Dicks Government center from 1 to 3 p.m.

Heads up: On the agenda

Brynn writes:

Here’s the meetings for the week:

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

Monday, March 26, 10 a.m.: Like most Monday mornings this one starts with an hour-long legislative Update with Tom McBride followed by information sharing between the board until noon.

2 p.m.: Meeting kicks off with a budget update until 2:30 p.m.; the board then recesses into an executive session on potential litigation until 3 p.m. and then reopens the meeting to review a Public Works grant approval request for five minutes; next the board will move into the commissioner chambers for the county’s 6-year budget plan meeting for 10 minutes and then it will discuss this until its 4:30 p.m. adjournment.

5:30 p.m.: NOTE THE NEW MEETING TIME: The first two public hearing items include a hearing to review a petition to vacate a piece of property in Central Kitsap and a long list of applications for current use open space, farm and agriculture conservation land and timber land. Other public hearing items include an ordinance repealing Kitsap County Code (KCC) Chapter 9.32 relating to Methadone Treatment; an ordinance approving revised commissioner district boundaries; and then a continuation of a previous public hearing to consider a resolution approving the 2012 update to the Parks, Recreation and Open Space Plan.

Tuesday, March 27, 6 p.m.: As part of the on-going public process to review the proposed updates to the Shoreline Master Program, County planners are hosting an open house in the commissioner chambers in Port Orchard.

Wednesday, March 28, 8:30 a.m.: This meeting starts with a trails update by trails planner Dennis Oost and Bill Zupancic, it will include an update on the community trail planning schedule and a draft of the trail plan; a Kingston Village Green update will follow for 30 minutes followed by a grant approval on Public Works trust fund loans until 10 a.m.; the meeting concludes with an executive session on real estate from 10 to 10:30 p.m.

 

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

Wednesday, March 28, 5 p.m.: The council will meet for a study session. For the complete agenda, click here.

 

City of Port Orchard (meets at 219 Prospect Street)

Tuesday, March 27, 7 p.m.: The council will hold its regular meeting, to see a full agenda of discussion items, click here.

 

City of Poulsbo (City Hall, 200 Moe Street)

No meeting this week.

 

Port of Bremerton (meets at Bremerton National Airport, 8850 SW State Hwy 3)

Tuesday, March 27, 5:30 p.m.: The commissioners will meet for a study session to discuss the port’s 6-year capital plan review. At 6 p.m. the board will open its regular meeting. Action items include: an amendment to the port’s agreement with the Kitsap Economic Development Alliance; an agreement with Merchant Patrol Security Services Inc.; Task Order #12 with PND Engineers for underwater inspection and engineering assessment; Port policy on community support or endorsements; Resolution 2012-20 endorsing the South Kitsap Fire & Rescue temporary levy lid lift proposition.

Heads up: On the agenda

Brynn writes:

And just like that we’re halfway through March. Tuesday marks the first day of spring, here’s to hoping we see more sun and less snow in the coming weeks. Without further ado, here’s the week’s meeting:

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

Monday, March 19, 10 a.m.: Monday’s a light day. The afternoon briefing has been canceled and the morning meeting is only an hour-long legislative Update with Tom McBride until 11 a.m.

Wednesday, March 21, 8:30 a.m.: The meeting kicks off with a review of the agenda for the board’s March 26 meeting until 9:15 a.m.; next is information sharing for 45 minutes; then a 30 minute 2012 PSRC funding strategy meeting; followed by another 30 minute discussion on 2012 proposed budget and personnel changes and then an executive session on real estate until 11:30 a.m. with adjournment to follow.

 

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

Wednesday, March 21, 5 p.m.: The meeting starts upstairs for 30 minutes before heading to council chambers for the regular meeting. There are no public hearings and the only general business item is approval of joint ferry service and funding agreement for summer Sundays and holidays.

 

City of Port Orchard (meets at 219 Prospect Street)

Tuesday, March 20, 7 p.m.: Work study discussion items include a presentation on realigning the water/sewer utility billing; a discussion with Citizens United regarding corporations; a discussion on the lodging tax funding/ordinance amendment; a discussion on McCormick “STEP regular maintenance”; discussion on the appointment of the City Clerk; and discussion the change order, purchase order and contracts authority process.

 

City of Poulsbo (City Hall, 200 Moe Street)

 Monday, March 19, 5:30 p.m.: The city is holding a public meeting to hear from business owners and people about its plans for Anderson Parkway, which is planned to repave with pervious pavement and install rain gardens to reduce the amount of runoff going into Liberty Bay.

Wednesday, March 21, 7 p.m.: Business agenda items include finalization of turnback agreement with Washington State Department of Transportation; 2012 Puget Sound Regional Council federal funding cycle project selection; and a workshop on Anderson Parkway.

 

Port of Poulsbo (meets in the floating meeting room at the port’s marina)

Monday, March 19, 9 a.m.: The port commissioners will hold a special meeting to discuss the city’s planned update to the Shoreline Master Program and how that might affect the port’s plans for its comprehensive plan update.

 

Bremerton Housing Authority(meets at 4040 Wheaton Way)

Monday, March 19, 5:30 p.m.: The housing board will hold a special meeting to discuss regular business. The authority’s March 26 meeting has been canceled.

 

Heads up: On the agenda

Brynn writes:

Here’s the week’s meetings:

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

Monday, March 12, 10 a.m.: Legislative Update with Tom McBride for an hour followed by board information sharing until noon.

2 p.m.: The meeting starts with an executive session regarding potential litigation with DCD director Larry Keeton until 2:30 p.m.; Parks director Jim Dunwiddie will give a parks update until 3 p.m.; next is adding the electronic sign code and preliminary docket to the county’s comprehensive plan amendment with supplemental information from 3 to 4 p.m. Adjournment follows.
4. Electronic Sign Code & Preliminary Docket to Comp 3:00 – 4:00 PM

7 p.m.: The board’s regular Monday night business meeting includes the following public hearing items: Amending an ordinance reducing the existing 35 mph speed limit to 30 mph on Ogle Road NE in North Kitsap, fiscal Impact: $300 – Road Fund; taking public testimony on an Intent to Lease county property located at 7266 Tibardis Road for the purpose of utilizing the transmitter room and antenna tower only; a resolution approving the 2012 update to the Parks, Recreation and Open Space Plan.

Wednesday, March 14, 8:30 a.m.: Canceled.

 

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

Wednesday, March 14, 5 p.m.: Study session agenda can be found here.

 

City of Port Orchard (meets at 219 Prospect Street)

Tuesday, March 13, 7 p.m.: Business items include: Meeting with initiating parties regarding notice of intent to petition for Retsil annexation; Approval of a contract authorizing the Mayor to execute an agreement with PND Engineers, Inc. for the final design and construction administration for the DeKalb Pier/float improvements; Approval a contract authorizing the Mayor to execute an agreement with the Department of Ecology regarding acceptance of municipal stormwater capacity grant program; Confirmation of Appointment of Ms. Brandy Rinearson to City Clerk/Assistant to the Mayor.

 

City of Poulsbo (City Hall, 200 Moe Street)

Wednesday, March 14, 7 p.m.: Public hearing is about the disposal of existing structures and real estate; the next item on the business agenda is continuing the city’s discussion of its Shoreline Master Plan update.

 

Central Kitsap Community Council (Seabeck Conference Center)

Tuesday, March 13, 7 p.m.: The CKCC is holding its monthly meeting in Seabeck in an attempt to better reach the communities it serves. The meeting is at the Seabeck Conference Center. The schedule for the night is as follows: Stations will be set up for various presenters and at 7:30 p.m. the first break-out session starts — each participant will provide a presentation and/or discuss issues of importance between 7:30 and 7:50 p.m.; The second break out session will start at 8 p.m. and to run until 8:20 p.m. A final gathering will be held at 8:30 p.m. for general feedback from the public, followed by an opportunity between 8:45 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. for the public to talk with participants.

 

Port of Poulsbo (meets in the floating meeting room of the marina)

Monday, March 12, 2 p.m.: The port will hold a special meeting to discuss the city’s planned update to the Shoreline Master Program and how that might affect the port’s plans for its comprehensive plan update.

Heads up: On the agenda

Brynn writes:

Here’s the week’s meetings:

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

Monday, March 5, 10 a.m.: Legislative Update with Tom McBride for an hour followed by board information sharing until noon.

2 p.m.: Canceled.

Wednesday, March 7, 8:30 a.m.: Agenda review for the March 12 regular meeting until 9:15 a.m., information sharing until 10 a.m., public works grant approve request for 10 minutes, executive session on real estate until 10:40 a.m., reimbursement for legal services until 11:10 a.m., update of County Veterans Assistance Fund policy and procedures manual until 11:40 a.m. followed by adjournment.

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

Wednesday, March 7, 5 p.m.: Briefing upstairs before the start of the regular meeting at 5:30 p.m. Two public hearing items include: Release of stormwater easement for Bremerton Housing Authority and an ordinance to vacate Broadway Avenue from 13th to 16th streets.

 

City of Port Orchard (meets at 219 Prospect Street)

No meeting this week.

 

City of Poulsbo (City Hall, 200 Moe Street)

Wednesday, March 7, 7 p.m.: Business agenda items include letter of support for Kitsap Transit; memorandum of agreements for Raab Park Youth Demonstration Garden and Raab Park P-Patch Garden; proposed Marine Science Center solar project; authorize disposal of surplus goods; ordinance regarding city funds; addendum to agreement with Kitsap Humane Society.

 

Housing Kitsap (345 Sixth Street, Norm Dicks Government Center)

Tuesday, March 6, 1-3:30 p.m.: The meeting starts with an executive session on potential litigation and real estate, then reopens with directors reports. Old business items include reviewing an ordinance that defines the process for elected officials to appoint a representative to the housing board and the selection of the resident commissioner; New business includes Washington’s unclaimed property policy created to establish the process for remitting abandoned checks.

Heads up: On the agenda

Brynn writes:

Time to say good bye to February… Here’s the week’s meetings:

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

Monday, Feb. 27, 10 a.m.: Legislative update with Tom McBride until 11 a.m. then board information sharing until the noon adjournment.

2 p.m.: Budget update until 2:30 p.m. including January month end, 2011 13th month end and DCD 2011 13th month end; followed by a Commissioners staff meeting until 3:30 p.m. and finally a demo re: In-direct cost plan in chambers with Amber D’Amato until 4:30 p.m. adjournment.

7 p.m.: The two public hearing items include an ordinance that would change the commissioner’s regular business meeting from its 7 p.m. Monday time to 10 a.m. — there will be no public comment because testimony was heard two weeks ago; testimony will be taken on the second public hearing item which is a resolution setting a newcomer’s assessments for sewer service for the Central Kitsap, Kingston, Suquamish and Manchester sewer systems.

 

Wednesday, Feb. 29, 8:30 a.m.: The meeting starts with an executive session regarding potential litigation until 9 a.m.; the meeting opens with a discussion on audit findings and subsequent responses until 9:45 a.m.; then an animal control discussion until 10:15 a.m.; next up is open space application review until 10:45 a.m.; then the board goes back into executive session to discuss a personnel matter with Kitsap County Prosecutor Russ Hauge until 11:30 a.m. and another executive session regarding real estate until a noon adjournment.

 

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

Wednesday, Feb. 29, 5 p.m.: This is a special meeting. There will be no public comment but here’s the discussion items: municipal budgeting 10; general council business and then adjournment.

 

City of Port Orchard (meets at 219 Prospect Street)

Tuesday, Feb. 28, 7 p.m.: This week’s public hearing item is: The pros and cons of the proposed South Kitsap Fire & Rescue district levy ballot measure proposition No. 1.

 

City of Poulsbo (City Hall, 200 Moe Street)

No meeting this week.

Heads up: On the agenda

Brynn writes:

Here’s the week’s meetings: Don’t forget today (Monday) is a holiday so all government offices are closed.

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

Monday, Feb. 20: No meetings; county offices closed.

Wednesday, Feb. 22, 8:30 a.m.: The meeting starts with reviewing the agenda for the board’s Feb. 27 meeting, followed by 45 minutes of information sharing. Then Poulsbo City Councilwoman Linda Berry-Marraist will meet with the board from 10 to 10:30 a.m. to give it an update on the ecosystem coordination board. Adjournment follows.

 

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

Wednesday, Feb. 22, 5 p.m.: The council’s study session includes this one discussion item for an upcoming public hearing: Proposed public hearing and ordinance to vacate Broadway Avenue from 13 to 16th Streets.

 

City of Port Orchard (meets at 219 Prospect Street)

Tuesday, Feb. 21, 7 p.m.: Joint discussion with Port of Bremerton commissioners (1 hour); Presentation: Kitsap County urban growth area remand (15 minutes); Discussion: Shoreline Master Plan (15 minutes); Discussion: McCormick “STEP regular maintenance” (15 minutes); Discussion: Lodging tax process (15 minutes); Update: realigning the water/sewer utility billing (15 minutes).

 

City of Poulsbo (City Hall, 200 Moe Street)

Wednesday, Feb. 22, 7 p.m.: The council is holding a special meeting with the Port of Poulsbo commissioners to discuss the city’s Shoreline Master Plan update. The council is also scheduled to vote on a lease agreement with Coffee Oasis to bring a drop-in teen center to town.

Heads up: On the agenda

Brynn writes:

Here’s the week’s meetings:

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

Monday, Feb. 6, 10 a.m.: This meeting will include a legislative update from Tom McBride followed by board information sharing from 11 a.m. to noon. Adjournment will follow.

2 p.m.: Parks update from Jim Dunwiddie until 2:30 p.m.; grant request for safe route to schools until 2:40 p.m.; Water as a Resource meeting agenda prep until 3:10 p.m.; Title 16 & 17 post-hearing review will happen until 4:30 p.m. Adjournment follows.

7 p.m.: This special meeting is being held to have a public hearing for commissioners to consider public testimony on the “range and selection of land use alternatives to be analyzed in a supplemental Environmental Impact Statement.” The hearing is part of a recent Growth Management Hearings Board decision regarding the size and composition of the county’s Urban Growth Areas.

Wednesday, Feb. 8, 9 a.m.: The board will receive the agenda for its Feb. 13 meeting until 9:45 a.m. Next they’ll share information until 10 a.m.; there will be a human rights council discussion from 10 to 10:30 a.m.; then talk about a sewer utility newcomer connection inspection fee increase will happen until 11 a.m.; the Kitsap Peninsula Visitor & Convention Bureau will give a presentation until 11:30 a.m. The board will end the meeting at noon after an executive session regarding real estate.

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

Wednesday, Feb. 8, 5 p.m.: Work study items include discussion over an extension of an inter-local agreement with Kitsap County Administrative Services for court security services; and a proposal to amend the inter-local agreement for Emergency Management Services to eliminate the city of Bremerton Council President and one at-large council member from the composition of the Kitsap County Department of Emergency Management Policy Board; discussion and instruction of use of tokens for council e-mail.

 

City of Port Orchard (meets at 219 Prospect Street)

No meetings this week.

 

City of Poulsbo (City Hall, 200 Moe Street)

Wednesday, Feb. 8, 7 p.m.: Agenda items include: an interlocal agreement with Kitsap County for stormwater education; a resolution indicating the city plans to enter into a lease agreement with Coffee Oasis for a teen shelter; and a workshop on the Shoreline Master Plan, continued from the council’s discussion last month.

 

Housing Kitsap (meets at 345 Sixth Street, Bremerton)

Tuesday, Feb. 7, 1-3:30 p.m.: The meeting starts with the swearing in of Port Orchard Mayor Tim Matthes and then recesses into an executive session to discuss potential litigation. Additional items for discussion include covering old business: life expectancy of 550 Madison on Bainbridge Island / Housing Kitsap plans for property; progress update of jurisdictional review of ordinance defining process for elected officials appointing representatives to the Housing Kitsap board; update on selection process of resident commissioner; appointing community leaders to serve on Housing Kitsap board subcommittees; New business includes: AWHA publication; appreciation from Kitsap County Democratic Women; Housing Kitsap information covers.

Heads up: On the agenda

Brynn writes:

February already, wow, where has the time gone?!

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

Monday, Jan. 30, 10 a.m.: This meeting will include a legislative update from Tom McBride followed by a commissioners staff meeting from 11 a.m. to noon. Adjournment will follow.

2 p.m.: The afternoon meeting includes the following discussion topics: emergency appropriations for Clerk’s Office 2011 budget for five minutes; and executive session re: existing litigation until 2:30 p.m.; a resource conservation manager update for 30 minutes; a Shoreline Master Program update and public outreach plan from 3 to 4:30 p.m.; and a review of the Puget Sound action agenda. Adjournment to follow.

Wednesday, Feb. 1, 8:30 a.m.: This meeting starts with a budget discussion about the correctional officer interest arbitration budget decision for an hour then ends with an executive session on real estate until 10 a.m.

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

Wednesday, Feb. 1, 5 p.m.: This meeting starts upstairs with a briefing before heading downstairs for the general meeting. Agenda items include: approval of September 11 Memorial design concept for Evergreen Rotary Park; Awarding a construction contract to South Bay Excavating, Inc. for Park Avenue Plaza 4th Street east surface improvements as part of the Park Avenue Plaza Phase II Project; Public Hearing items include an ordinance approving a six month extension on the existing moratorium relating to Medical Marijuana collective gardens; an ordinance to amend the zoning code relating to opiate substitution treatment facilities; an ordinance to adopt the proposal to modify the City Council district boundaries for the city of Bremerton from 9 to 7 (1 of 2 Public Hearings; No action anticipated…).

 

City of Port Orchard (meets at 219 Prospect Street)

No meetings this week.

 

City of Poulsbo (City Hall, 200 Moe Street)

Wednesday, Feb. 1, 7 p.m.: Agenda items include: Countywide planning policies; an oridinance on vehicle impounding; an ordinance on dangerous dogs; and an agreement with the investigative response team.

Heads up: On the agenda

Brynn writes:

Wow, what a week last week huh? Since the weather canceled most meetings, many of them have been rescheduled for this week. Here’s what’s in the line up:

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

Monday, Jan. 23, 10 a.m.: This meeting’s pretty light. It includes a legislative update from lobbyist Tom McBride for about an hour, then an agenda review and information sharing from 11 a.m. to noon, before adjournment.

2 p.m.: From 2 to 3 p.m. the board will hear about the KITZ tower rental with Bud Harris.

7 p.m.: The board’s regular night meeting includes a $1.7 million contract with URS Corporation for project and construction management services for the Central Kitsap wastewater treatment resource recovery and process improvements project; Public Hearing items include: An ordinance amending Kitsap County Code restricting motorized vessel access in certain Kitsap County waters; an ordinance reducing the existing 35 mph speed limit to 30 mph on Ogle Road NE in North Kitsap; an ordinance amending portions of Kitsap County Code Title 16 “Land Division and Development”; an ordinance amending portions of Kitsap County Code Title 17 “Zoning”.

Wednesday, Jan. 25, 8:30 a.m.: This meeting starts with a closed session to discuss labor relations until 9 a.m.; it opens with the approval of meeting minutes from a previous meeting, then an hour-long discussion ion the comprehensive plan remand and preliminary alternatives; the board will take a break from 10:05 to 10:15 a.m. then come back to discuss the Forest Stewardship Policy until 11 a.m. The meeting ends with an executive session on real estate from 11 a.m. to noon.

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

Wednesday, Jan. 23, 5 p.m.: This meeting is a study session upstairs. Discussion iems include: BKAT service contract with Kitsap County; Amendment No. 4 to the Professional Services Agreement with Willis of Seattle, Inc. for insurance broker services; 2012 excess liability; excess workers’ compensation; and crime insurance; Review of maps related to proposed Ordinance No. 5177, amending the zoning code relating to opiate substitution treatment facilities and to request a two week extension on the current moratorium; Bremerton Government 101; council member reports; and other council business.

 

City of Port Orchard (meets at 219 Prospect Street)

Tuesday, Jan. 24, 7 p.m.: The one public hearing item is on amendments to the McCormick West annexation; Business Items include: adoption of an ordinance that would repeal a resolution  and amend Port Orchard Municipal Code Chapter 10.12, and establish regulations and fees related to parking, stopping or standing in certain areas of the city; adoption of an ordinance amending/repealing Ordinance No. 018-11, McCormick West Annexation; adoption of a resolution repealing Resolution No. 008-10, and reestablishing Council committee assignments and rules ; approval of Contract No. 021-12, authorizing the mayor to execute an agreement with Calm River Demographics for population census survey for Bethel Annexation.

 

City of Poulsbo (City Hall, 200 Moe Street)

Wednesday, Jan. 25, 7 p.m.: There is a meeting this week, but the agenda isn’t online yet, likely because of last week’s weather. I believe the council is looking at site-specific amendments to its comprehensive plan at this meeting, but I don’t know what else could be on the agenda.

 

Central Kitsap Community Council (meeting at Haselwood Family YMCA in Silverdale)

Wednesday, Jan. 25, 7-9 p.m.: The CKCC will meet in a new location for its meeting this month. The bulk of the meeting will center around a presentation by the Kitsap Regional Library system regarding its Silverdale branch and where it should relocated in the community. KRL leaders are looking to the public for guidance and hope for a large turnout at the meeting. (THIS MEETING WAS RESCHEDULED FROM LAST WEEK).

 

Port of Bremerton (meets at the Bremerton National Airport)

Tuesday, Jan. 24, 6 p.m.: The commissioners are meeting, but there are no action items and no public hearings, so it looks like it will probably be a short meeting.

 

Bremerton Housing Authority (meets at 4040 Wheaton Way, suite 210)

Monday, Jan. 23, 3:30 p.m.: The housing board’s development and finance committees will hold joint study session meeting to discussion the development budget and financial plan update.

Heads up: On the agenda

Brynn writes:

Here’s what we have for the week:

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

No meeting Monday because it’s a holiday.

Wednesday, Jan. 18, 8 a.m.: The meeting starts with a closed session regarding labor relations it will reopen at 8:30 a.m. with an agenda review for the board’s Jan. 23 meeting; information sharing follows from 9:15 to 10 a.m. and then a discussion about the Forest Stewardship Policy for 40 minutes; next is a legislative update by Tom McBride until 11:30 a.m. and then the board will recess back into executive session to discuss real estate until its noon adjournment.

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

Wednesday, Jan. 18, 5 p.m.: The council will meet upstairs until heading down to the conference chambers for its 5:30 p.m. meeting. General business items are: approval of September 11 Memorial design concept for Evergreen Rotary Park; and construction contract for Park Avenue Plaza 4th Street East surface improvements as part of the Park Avenue Plaza Phase II Project (Bids to be opened on January 17, 2012); Public hearing items include: an ordinance to vacate Broadway Avenue from 13th Street to 16th Street; an ordinance to amend the zoning code relating to opiate substitution treatment facilities and to request a two (2) week extension on the current moratorium; and an ordinance to approve a six month extension on the existing moratorium relating to medical marijuana collective gardens

 

City of Port Orchard (meets at 219 Prospect Street)

Tuesday, Jan. 17, 7 p.m.: Work study session discussion items include: Council committee assignments and council retreat date; 2012 planning department docket; Port/City joint waterfront plan; draft parking ordinance, draft ordinance and Sage Court; Utility Committee update and Parks Plan and Parks Commission.

 

City of Poulsbo (City Hall, 200 Moe Street)

Meeting has been canceled for lack of agenda items.

 

Central Kitsap Community Council (meeting at Haselwood Family YMCA in Silverdale)

Wednesday, Jan. 18, 7-9 p.m.: The CKCC will meet in a new location for its meeting this month. The bulk of the meeting will center around a presentation by the Kitsap Regional Library system regarding its Silverdale branch and where it should relocated in the community. KRL leaders are looking to the public for guidance and hope for a large turnout at the meeting.

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Brynn writes:

Here’s what we have for the week:

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

Monday, Jan. 9, 9 a.m.: The main point of this meeting is information sharing until 11 a.m.

2 p.m.: Meeting will start with parks update by director Jim Dunwiddie until 2:30 p.m.; the board will then go into executive session regarding labor relations until 3 p.m.; Animal Control and the Humane Society contract and license fees will be the topic from 3 to 3:30 p.m.; there will be an appeal by the County Clerk regarding a reclassification recommend until 4 p.m.; and then a meeting date and agenda for election official water reuse meeting will be the topic of conversation from 4 to 4:30 p.m. Adjournment will follow.

7 p.m.: This looks to be a light meeting with no public hearings on the agenda.

Wednesday, Jan. 11, 8:30 a.m.: The meeting starts with a closed session regarding labor relations it will reopen at 9 a.m. to review an ordinance on restricting motorized vessel access; next is an hour long talk about the status and future of the Arts Board and Human Rights Council; followed by Ogle Road NE Speed Limit Reduction; and then two executive sessions, one on potential litigation from 10:45 to 11:15 a.m. and the other on real estate from 11:15 to 11:45 a.m. Adjournment follows.

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

Wednesday, Jan. 11, 5 p.m.: Click here for the full study session agenda.

 

City of Port Orchard (meets at 219 Prospect Street)

Tuesday, Jan. 10, 7 p.m.: Business items include adoption of Resolution No. 001-12, confirming Mayoral appointment to the Planning Commission; aapproval of Contract No. 019-12, authorizing the Mayor to execute agreement with PACE for well No. 9 treatment final design and construction administration; aapproval of December 20, 2011, special council meeting minutes; aappointment of Mayor Pro-Tempore for 2012.

 

City of Poulsbo (City Hall, 200 Moe Street)

Wednesday, Jan. 11, 7 p.m.: The focus of this meeting will largely be about the city council’s review of its Shoreline Master Program.

Heads up: On the Agenda

Brynn writes:

This week’s post is a day late, but that’s because of the holiday — obviously no one met yesterday. With the holidays now behind us, every one is gearing up to start 2012 with more meetings. Here’s what we have for the week:

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

**UPDATE TO THIS MEETING at 4:27 p.m.****

Wednesday, Jan. 4, 8 a.m.: The meeting is starting with a personnel matter discussion with Jim Dunwiddie — previously he was meeting in an executive session to discuss this. The Agenda Review for Jan. 9 meeting will go from 8:30 to 9:15 a.m., information sharing follows until 10 a.m.; then Dave Tucker will meet with the board to discuss grant requests from Public Works until 10:30 a.m. (looks like there’s four requests); next is an executive session to review personnel matters with Jim Dunwiddie until 11 a.m.; then a review of the arts board and human rights council until 11:30 a.m. The board ends the meeting with an executive session on real estate with adjournment at noon. The meeting will adjourn following Tucker’s grant request conversation around 10:30 a.m.

 

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

Wednesday, Jan. 4, 5:30 p.m.: There will be a swearing in ceremony at 3:30 p.m. The meeting starts at 5 p.m. with a briefing upstairs then the council heads downstairs for its regular meeting. There’s only one item on the general business agenda and that is to award a construction contract to SOUTH BAY EXCAVATION for Park Avenue Plaza 4th Street West surface improvements as part of the Park Avenue Plaza Phase II Project. After the meeting the board will reconvene in conference room 603 for a study session where the council president will brief the council and discuss “general council business.”

 

City of Port Orchard (meets at 219 Prospect Street)

No meeting this week.

 

City of Poulsbo (City Hall, 200 Moe Street)

Wednesday, Jan. 4, 7 p.m.: Agenda items include a board discussion on broadband utility; setting the docket for updates to the city’s Comprehensive Plan; approval of an agreement with the Kitsap Regional Library system; and a workshop assigning council members to its various subcommittees.

Heads up: On the agenda

Brynn writes:

Happy Hanukkah and Christmas weeks! Here’s the schedule of meetings around the county:

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

Monday, Dec. 19, 10 a.m.: The meeting will kick off with a 25 minutes legislative briefing with lobbyist Tom McBride; A 30 minute commissioner staff meeting followed by board information sharing from 11 a.m. to noon. Adjournment to follow.

2 p.m.: Budget update for 25 minutes then annexation update for 45 minutes before adjournment.

3:30 p.m.: NOTE THE SPECIAL MEETING TIME: The board will hold a regular meeting and most of the agenda is consent items that won’t be discussed — looks like a lot of end of the year housecleaning to prepare for 2012. The chairman of the board for 2012 will also be selected and the two public hearing items include approving the ordinance for the 2012 budget that was approved a week earlier (For decision only) and certifying the property tax rate for 2012.

Wednesday, Dec. 21: Meeting canceled.

 

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

Wednesday, Dec. 21, 5 p.m.: Meeting starts with a briefing upstairs. General business items include: a resolution revoking Resolution No. 3158 and rejecting the Kitsap Countywide Planning Policies as adopted by the Board of Kitsap County Commissioners; an ordinance amending Chapters 10.10 and 10.11 of the Bremerton Municipal Code (BMC) relating to parking enforcement; an ordinance amending Ordinance No. 5133 and Ordinance No. 5153, modifying the 2011 Annual City of Bremerton Budget.

 

City of Port Orchard (meets at 219 Prospect Street)

Tuesday, Dec. 20, 7 p.m.: The council has canceled its work study session.

 

City of Poulsbo (City Hall, 200 Moe Street)

Wednesday, Dec. 21, 7 p.m.: Agenda items include board and commission appointments/re-appointments; adopting the budget ordinance for the 2012 budget; approving an ordinance ratifying the countywide planning policies; hearing a Shoreline Master Plan update introduction.

 

Central Kitsap Community Council (5300 Newberry Hill Road, Silverdale)

Wednesday, Dec. 21, 7-9 p.m.: The two agenda items include an update on the Silverdale Way Roundabout project and Bucklin Hill Road bridge project design status and approving a resolution of support for the Central Kitsap Community Campus master plan.

Heads up: On the agenda

Brynn writes:

Here are the meeting agendas for the week:

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

Monday, Dec. 12: No morning meeting.

2 p.m.: Commissioners will get a 10 minute update on the Resource Conservation manager; they’ll review Kingston Village Green senior housing for 30 minutes; they’ll take up the 10 Limited Apparel Businesses discussion for 45 minutes; and then move on to Title 16 land division and development: Revised BLA language for 30 minutes and end the meeting with a 30 minute legislative briefing with Tom McBride.

Wednesday, Dec. 14, 8:30 a.m.: The board will review the agenda for its Dec. 19 meeting for 45 minutes; then conduct information sharing for 45 minutes; next will be an update on the Poulsbo sewer service contract; and then review the Ruckelshaus Bill ESHB 1886 with Dave Greetham from 10:30 to 11 a.m.; from 11 to 11:30 a.m. the board will review the Countwide Trails Plan and then recess into executive session to discuss real estate until noon.

 

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

Wednesday, Dec. 14, 4 p.m.: Note the special meeting time. From 4 to 5:30 p.m. the council will meet for general business upstairs in 603. They’ll reconvene at 5:30 p.m. downstairs and discuss the 2012 budget, continuing their discussion from Dec. 7. Following the meeting the council will reconvene for its work study session to discuss the following items: Construction Contract for Park Avenue alley improvements as part of the Park Avenue Plaza Phase II Project(No action anticipated until January 4, 2012); Construction Contract for Park Avenue Plaza 4th Street West surface improvements as part of the Park Avenue Plaza Phase II Project (No action anticipated until January 4, 2012); Proposed ordinance to amend Chapters 10.10 and 10.11 relating to parking enforcement; Proposed ordinance to amend Ordinances No. 5133 and No. 5153 modifying the 2011 Annual City of Bremerton Budget; Firefighter’s Labor Contract (This item is tentative…Contract is proposed for ratification on Tuesday, December 13, 2011).

 

City of Port Orchard (meets at 219 Prospect Street)

Tuesday, Dec. 13, 7 p.m.: Items on the night’s agenda include a presentation to Mayor Coppola and Councilmember Olin; Oaths of Office: Councilmembers-Elect Lucarelli, Childs, Colebank, and Clauson; the one public hearing is on 2011 Amendments to the Port Orchard Comprehensive Plan; Business items include: Approval of the 2012 Budget; Adoption of Ordinance No. 022-11, recognizing governmental accounting standards board statement 54, establishing and renaming funds; Adoption of Ordinance No. 023-11, approving 2011 amendments to the Port Orchard Comprehensive Plan; Adoption of Ordinance No. 024-11, reestablishing Port Orchard Municipal Code Chapter 2.24 “Park Commission”; Adoption of Ordinance No. 025-11, amending ordinance No. 1566, in part, and Port Orchard Municipal Code Section 2.20.010 Planning Commission Created; Adoption of Ordinance No. 026-11, amending Port Orchard Municipal Code Chapter 13.04 “Water and Sewer” by increasing water rates over a four-year period; Adoption of Ordinance No. 027-11, amending Port Orchard Municipal Code Chapter 13.04 “Water and Sewer” by increasing certain water/sewer charges and fees; Adoption of Resolution No. 048-11, confirming mayoral appointments to boards, committees, and commissions; Approval of Contract No. 017-12, authorizing the mayor to execute an employment agreement with the Chief of Police; meeting with initiating parties regarding notice of intent to petition for Beach Drive annexation; Public event application: Yukon Do It Marathon.

 

City of Poulsbo (City Hall, 200 Moe Street)

Wednesday, Dec. 14, 7 p.m.: The council will give its 2012 budget a final review before approving it; a 7:15 p.m. public hearing will be held on the Liberty Hill latecomer agreement followed by ordinance No. 2011-__ Liberty Hill latecomer assessment and pro rata shares and then approval of the Liberty Hill latecomer agreement.

Heads up: On the agenda

Brynn writes:

Happy December! Here are the meeting agendas for the week:

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

Monday, Dec. 5, 10 a.m.: The meeting will kick off with a 25 minutes legislative briefing with lobbyist Tom McBride; A 30 minute session of information sharing follows then a two hour session of reviewing the 2012 work plan with the county’s department heads until 1 p.m. Adjournment will follow.

2 p.m.: Parks director Jim Dunwiddie will give a 25 minute parks update before the board recesses into executive session to discuss labor negotiations from 2:30 to 3 p.m.; the board will reconvene in the commissioner chambers for a public hearing on the 2012 budget from 3 to 3:45 p.m.; and then go back to the Port Blakely conference room for a discussion about Title 17 with DCD director Larry Keeton regarding electric signs until 4 p.m. The board will go back into an executive session from 4 to 4:30 p.m. to discuss pending litigation.

Wednesday, Dec. 7, 8:30 a.m.: The board will review the agenda for its Dec. 12 nightly meeting until 9:15 a.m.; information sharing until 10 a.m. is next followed by a review of Title 21′s land use and development procedures for an hour and then a Department of declaration request from the county from 11 to 11:30 a.m. The board will end the meeting with an executive session on real estate until noon.

 

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

Wednesday, Dec. 7, 5:30 p.m.: Public hearing items include: Ordinance No. 5169 amending Section 3.82.020 of the Bremerton Municipal Code (BMC) relating to the commercial parking tax (A Public Hearing was held November 16, 2011); Ordinance No. 5170 amending Chapter 3.50 of the Bremerton Municipal Code (BMC) relating to utility taxes for water, wastewater, and stormwater utilities (A Public Hearing was held November 16, 2011); Ordinance No. 5172 amending rates and fees established by Ordinance No. 5132 (Water Rate increase); Ordinance No. 5173 approving and adopting the 2012 fiscal year budget.

 

City of Port Orchard (meets at 219 Prospect Street)

No meeting this week.

 

City of Poulsbo (City Hall, 200 Moe Street)

Wednesday, Dec. 7, 7 p.m.: The two agenda items include a review of the salaries for exempt employees in 2011 and the city’s hotel/motel fund goals.

 

Housing Kitsap (meets 5th floor of Norm Dicks Government Center, 345 Sixth Street, Bremerton)

Tuesday, Dec. 6, 1-3 p.m.: Agenda items include approval of the revision of an interlocal agreement between Kitsap County and Housing Kitsap for reimbursable work performed by Kitsap County Public Works; a progress update of jurisdictional review on an ordinance defining the process for elected officials appointing representatives to the board; an update on the selection process of the resident commissioner and the election of the board chair and vice chair for 2012.

Heads up: On the agenda

Brynn does not write. Steve copies and pastes:

You ate your way almost to a coronary, then took the elbows and package corners from your fellow shoppers and you survived. You need something a little less stressful, like county commissioners talking about unfunded mandates and city council members agonizing over little stickers that go on your car’s license plates. Here are the meetings that are being held this week:

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

Monday, Nov. 28, 10 a.m.: Legislative priorties until 10:30 a.m. then board information sharing until noon.

2 p.m.: Updates on the budget and annexation until 3:15 p.m.; Community Advisory Council discussion until 3:45 p.m. and then personnel discussions about compensation and the policy manual until 4:30 p.m.

7 p.m.: Continuation on the public hearing on the county’s comprehensive plan and the North Kitsap String of Pearls Trail plan. There are three other public hearings. One is on the 2012 budget. Another is to consider testimony on 2012 property taxes. The final one is on the capital facilities plan.

Wednesday, Nov. 30: 8:30 a.m.: 8:35 a.m. Title 17 Zoning Use amendment until 9 a.m.; Proposed Amendments to Veterans Assistance Policy until 9:15 a.m.; Procedure Manual changes until 9:30 a.m.; Executive session on real estate until 10 a.m.

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

Monday, Nov. 30, 5 p.m.: Public Works Construction Contract for Fourth Street Sewer Lining for the Park Avenue Plaza Project Phase II and a budget workshop to discuss the 2012 budget. This meeting is open to the public, but the public will not have an opportunity to give input or participate.

City of Port Orchard (meets at 219 Prospect Street)

No meeting this week.

City of Poulsbo (City Hall, 200 Moe Street)

No meeting this week.

Bremerton Housing Authority (BHA, 4040 Wheaton Way)

Monday, Nov. 28, 5:30 p.m.; Reports on fourth-quarter financials, occupancy, real estate and contracts.