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March 7: Upcoming Mukilteo City Council Meeting

MUKILTEO, Washington, March 7, 2022 – For its 6 p.m. Monday, March 7 regular BUSINESS MEETING, the Mukilteo City Council will discuss/vote the items listed below:

AT&T Small Cell Franchise

Discussion at first reading of the AT&T Small Cell Franchise agreement with a term of five years. AT&T (New Cingular Wireless PCS, LLC) has requested that the City Council grant it a nonexclusive telecommunications franchise for small wireless facilities. AT&T desires to provide telecommunications services and to construct, operate and maintain a telecommunications system of small wireless facilities within the City’s rights-of-way.

Body Camera Redaction Fee

Establish a Body Worn Camera Redaction fee and the addition of a Body Worn Camera Redaction Fee to the City of Mukilteo 2022 Fee Schedule.

Granicus, Inc. Council Live Streaming Contract First Amendment

Council MOTION to approve a three-year contract amendment of the City’s Agreement with Granicus, Inc. until September 30, 2024. The new 3-year contract amount is $29,320.75; however, the amendment is for an additional $8,250.45 from the originally budgeted amount.

Due to Granicus, Inc. changing their operating platform from Microsoft to Linux based software, the current City encoder will no longer be serviceable. The City will no longer be using Government Transparency Suite, Performance Accelerator Suite and Granicus Encoding Appliance Software due to the platform change with the new encoder. With the platform change, the City would use GovMeetings Live Cast and Granicus ClearCaster Software going forward.

Amendment to Council Rule 4, Item A – Agenda Planning Committee

All matters to be presented to the City Council at its regular meetings are reviewed by the Agenda Planning Committee. The amendment will allow the Council Vice President to now contribute to the agenda.

To review the agenda items in detail, click here.

Mukilteo City Council meeting Time and Location

This meeting will be held electronically by Zoom. The Public can hear the meeting live, 6 p.m. March 7 via Zoom using the link below:

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