Council Database

Economic and Infrastructure Development Meeting

Date: January 26, 2021
Time: 9:30 AM
Location: 930 Tacoma Avenue South, Room 1045
Tacoma, WA 98402

Name Role
Marty Campbell Chair
Hans Zeiger Vice Chair
Jani Hitchen Member
Ryan Mello Member
Dave Morell Member
Hugh Taylor Lead Staff Member
Jenifer Schultz Committee Clerk

Agendas and packets are uploaded by 3:00 pm the Friday before the meeting. Meeting agendas approved by the Council's Rules Committee are available at on Wednesdays by 1:00 pm.

Proposal # Title
2020-140 An Ordinance of the Pierce County Council Granting a Nonexclusive Franchise to McChord Pipeline Company, for Location of Petroleum Products Lines on Certain County-Owned Rights-of-Way; and Authorizing the County Executive to Execute Said Franchise. (Franchise for Petroleum Products Lines - McChord Pipeline Company - Districts 5 and 6)
2020-141s An Ordinance of the Pierce County Council Vacating Portions of Buckley Tapps Highway East Right-of-Way Located in the Southeast Quarter of Section 23 and the Southwest Quarter of Section 24, Township 20 North, Range 5 East of the Willamette Meridian, in the Lake Tapps Area. (Right-of-Way Vacation - Buckley-Lake Tapps Highway East - District 1)
2020-142 An Ordinance of the Pierce County Council Creating the Minter Bay Shellfish Protection District; Establishing its Boundaries; Adopting the Minter Bay Closure Response Plan; Designating Lead Agencies; Committing Pierce County Surface Water Management’s Support; and Setting an Effective Date. (Minter Bay Shellfish Protection District - Minter Bay Closure Response Plan)
2020-143 An Ordinance of the Pierce County Council Amending Pierce County Code Sections 11.02.030, "Definitions," and 11.02.040, "Policy for Service Charges," to Clarify Provisions Related to Service Charges for Agricultural Lands, Exemptions for Certain Federally Owned and Tribal Trust Lands, and to Establish Service Charge Credits for Certain Drainage Districts. (Surface Water Management Service Charge)
R2021-3s A Resolution of the Pierce County Council Related to Deep and/or Fast Flowing (DFF) Floodways; Initiating a Review of Potential Measures to Better Disclose the Presence of DFF Floodways to Current and Prospective Property Owners; Requesting Recommendations Regarding Relocation Assistance and Other Support in the Event of Substantial Damage to Residentially Occupied Structures in DFF Floodways; Initiating a Review of Potential Amendments to Title 18E of the Pierce County Code (PCC), “Development Regulations – Critical Areas” in Regard to Nonconforming Residential Structures in DFF Floodways; and Specifying a Date Certain for the Planning and Public Works Department to Report to the Pierce County Council. (Deep and/or Fast Flowing Floodways)