Council Database

Council Meeting

Date: June 13, 2017
Time: 3:00 PM
Location: 930 Tacoma Avenue South, Room 1045
Tacoma, WA 98402

 Council Members
Name District
Douglas G. Richardson (Chair) 6
Dan Roach 1
Pam Roach 2
Jim McCune 3
Connie Ladenburg 4
Rick Talbert 5
Derek Young 7


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 http://www.co.pierce.wa.us/index.aspx?NID=1430 on Wednesdays by 1:00 pm.

 For Final Consideration
Proposal # Title
2017-23 An Ordinance of the Pierce County Council Adopting the 2017 Amendments to the Pierce County Comprehensive Plan Policies and Land Use Designations; "Gig Harbor Community Plan" Policies; Adopting Findings of Fact; and Setting an Effective Date. (2017 Comprehensive Plan Amendments)
R2017-45 A Resolution of the Pierce County Council Expressing Support for the Selective Service System; Urging All Eligible Pierce County Men to Register; and Opposing Funding Reductions to the Agency. (Selective Service System)
R2017-60 A Resolution of the Pierce County Council and Executive Proclaiming June 12-16, 2017, as "Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Automated External Defibrillator (CPR and AED) Awareness Week" in Pierce County, Washington. Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Automated External Defibrillator (CPR and AED) Awareness Week Proclamation)
R2017-61 A Resolution of the Pierce County Council Approving and Authorizing the Pierce County Executive to Execute a Memorandum of Agreement Between Pierce County and the Nisqually Indian Tribe Regarding Tribal Trust Property at 17808 Canyon Road East, Frederickson, Washington. (Nisqually Tribal Trust Land - Memorandum of Agreement)
R2017-62 A Resolution of the Pierce County Council Confirming the Appointment of Two New Members (Mike Dahlem and David Bryant) to the Storm Drainage and Surface Water Management Advisory Board. (Storm Drainage and Surface Water Management Advisory Board Appointments)

 Consent Items - Introduction, Referral, Setting Dates
Proposal # Title
2017-28s An Ordinance of the Pierce County Council Adopting Amendments to the Pierce County Code Related to Low Impact Development (LID); Amending Title 11 of the Pierce County Code (PCC), "Storm Drainage and Surface Water Management"; "Manual on Accommodating Utilities in Pierce County Rights of Way," 5th Edition; Title 17A PCC, "Construction and Infrastructure Regulations – Site Development and Stormwater Drainage"; Title 17B PCC, "Construction and Infrastructure Regulations – Road and Bridge Design and Construction Standards"; Title 17C PCC, "Construction and Infrastructure Regulations – Building and Fire Codes"; Title 18 PCC, "Development Regulations – General Provisions"; Title 18A PCC, "Development Regulations – Zoning"; and Title 18J PCC, "Development Regulations – Design Standards and Guidelines", to Comply with the Requirements in Pierce County's Phase I Municipal Stormwater NPDES Permit; Adopting Findings of Fact; and Setting an Effective Date. (Low Impact Development)
2017-29 An Ordinance of the Pierce County Council Adopting a New Chapter 8.09 of the Pierce County Code "Chronic Nuisance Properties"; Creating an Enforcement Protocol for Chronic Nuisance Properties; Establishing Procedures for the Abatement of Chronic Nuisance Properties; Creating Joint and Several Liability for Multiple Persons in Charge of a Nuisance Property; Clarifying Due Process Procedures Applicable to Abatement of Chronic Nuisance Properties; Requiring Persons in Charge of Chronic Nuisance Properties to Enter into Abatement Agreements Approved by the County to Abate Chronic Nuisances within 15 Days of the Issuance of the Chronic Nuisance Notice; Establishing a Graduated Penalty System Whereby a Person is Warned First, Cited with a Class 1 Civil Infraction Second, and Abated through a Superior Court Warrant Third; Incorporates the Victim Protection Limitation under RCW 59.18.580; Adds the Option of the County to Pursue Receivership as a Way to Facilitate Returning Chronic Nuisance Properties to Productive Use; and Adding the Option of Relocation Assistance. (Chronic Nuisance Properties)