LYNNWOOD, Wash., July 25, 2021 – For its 6 p.m. Monday, July 26 regular BUSINESS MEETING, the following items will be voted on or discussed:
- Planning Commissioner Confirmation: Rebecca Samy
- Confirmation of DEIC Candidate Lu Jiang
- Bid Award: 60th Ave W Sewer Repair Project
- Ordinance Adoption: Development and Access Enhancement Funding Agreement Amendment (Lynnwood Link Extension)
- Ordinance: Novo on 52nd Development Agreement
- Ordinance: Update of the Lynnwood Building and Fire Codes by Amending Lynnwood Municipal Code: Title 9: Fire Code, Title 15: Plumbing Code, and Title 16: Building Code
- Contract Award – Community Justice Center Construction
Ordinance Adoption: Development and Access Enhancement Funding Agreement Amendment (Lynnwood Link Extension)
The City Council will be voting to amend its Development and Access Enhancement Funding Agreement for Lynnwood Link Extension with The Central Puget Sound Regional Transit Authority (GA 0070-18) to allow the Access Enhancement Projects – underpass pedestrian and trail improvements – to move forward without the State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) and other permits to be completed.
Ordinance: Novo on 52nd Development Agreement
The City Council will vote to enter into an agreement with both HASCO, who is the owner of the Whispering Pines apartments, and Inland novo on 52nd Manager, LLC to redevelop Whispering Pines.
The Project is to include the demolition of the Whispering Pines apartments and construction of the novo on 52nd apartments, which will include 242 residential units, more than 20,000 square feet of residential outdoor amenity area, more than 6,000 square feet of indoor residential community area, and off-street parking spaces in garages, carports and uncovered surface stalls.
Ordinance: Update of the Lynnwood Building and Fire Codes
This Ordinance will amend the Lynnwood Municipal Code (LMC) to replace the prior versions of the State Building Codes with the recently adopted version of those Codes; and revises the LMC to align with the State Building Codes. The ordinance, including the City’s amendments to the State Building Codes, fulfils Lynnwood’s goals for public safety, process improvements, and customer service.
Community Justice Center Contract
The Council will vote to award of construction contract to FORMA Construction Company for the Community Justice Center project, in the amount of $56,380,704.52 and authorize change orders up to 10% of the contract amount
Lynnwood Work Session Time and Location
This meeting will be held electronically by Zoom. The Public can hear the meeting live, 6 p.m. July 26 at www.LynnwoodWA.gov/Live, or join the meeting via Zoom using the link below: