Council Database

Council Meeting

Date: April 2, 2019
Time: 3:00 PM
Location: 930 Tacoma Avenue South, Room 1045
Tacoma, WA 98402

 Council Members
Name District
Douglas G. Richardson (Chair) 6
Dave Morell 1
Pam Roach 2
Jim McCune 3
Connie Ladenburg 4
Marty Campbell 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
2018-95 An Ordinance of the Pierce County Council Amending Chapter 2.45 of the Pierce County Code, "Land Use Advisory Commissions," to Require Review and Recommendation of Shoreline Substantial Development Permits and Shoreline Administrative Conditional Use Permits; and Adopting Findings of Fact. (Administrative Shoreline Review - Land Use Advisory Commissions)
2018-100 An Ordinance of the Pierce County Council Granting a Nonexclusive Franchise to the City of Gig Harbor for Location of Water Lines on Certain County-Owned Rights-of-Way; and Authorizing the County Executive to Execute Said Franchise. (Franchise for Location of Water Lines - City of Gig Harbor)
2018-101 An Ordinance of the Pierce County Council Granting Kenneth L. Brossel and Karol R. Brossel, Husband and Wife; Warren D. Fisk and Patricia J. Fisk, Husband and Wife; Scott L. Hodges and Sylvia K. Hodges, Husband and Wife, a Nonexclusive Franchise to Construct, Operate, and Maintain a Sanitary Sewer Pipeline System, In, Along, and Under Certain Public Roads, Highways, and Other County Property in Pierce County, Washington; and Authorizing the County Executive to Execute Said Franchise. (Franchise for Location of Sewer Lines)
2019-6 An Ordinance of the Pierce County Council Creating a "Birth to 25 Advisory Board" for Infant, Child, Youth, and Young Adult Development; and Setting a Sunset Date. (Prenatal to 25 Commission for Child, Youth, and Young Adult Development)
2019-14 An Ordinance of the Pierce County Council Amending Chapter 2.61 of the Pierce County Code, "Anderson Island Citizens' Advisory Board," Revising the Composition and Increasing the Number of Voting Members to Eleven. (Anderson Island Citizens’ Advisory Board Membership Composition.)
R2019-15 A Resolution of the Pierce County Council Expressing Its Intent to Prioritize Prenatal-to-Three Policies, Best Practices and Cross Coordination to Improve Child and Family Outcomes in Pierce County. (Prenatal-to-Three Policies)
R2019-31 A Resolution of the Pierce County Council and Executive Proclaiming April 2, 2019, as “National Service Recognition Day.” (Proclamation - "National Service Recognition Day")
R2019-32 A Resolution of the Pierce County Council Setting the Date of an Evening Council Meeting in Council District No. 4 for Tuesday, April 16, 2019, at 6:00 p.m. at the Pierce County Environmental Services Building, 9850 64th Street West, University Place, Washington. (District No. 4 - In District Council Meeting)
R2019-34 A Resolution of the Pierce County Council Confirming the Appointment of One New Member (Joyce Besancon) to the Anderson Island Citizens’ Advisory Board to Fill an Unexpired Term. (Anderson Island Citizens' Advisory Board - Appointment)
R2019-35 A Resolution of the Pierce County Council Confirming the Reappointment of One Existing Member (Terry Reid) to the Pierce County Conservation Futures and Open Space Citizens’ Advisory Board. (Conservation Futures and Open Space Citizens' Advisory Board - Reappointment)
R2019-36 A Resolution of the Pierce County Council and Executive Proclaiming the Month of April 2019, as "National County Government Month", in Pierce County, Washington. (Proclamation - National County Government Month)

 Consent Items - Introduction, Referral, Setting Dates
Proposal # Title
2019-18 An Ordinance of the Pierce County Council Declaring Certain County-Owned Real Property to Be Surplus, Situated Along A. P. Tubbs Road East Located in the Northwest and Southwest Quarters of Section 29, Township 19 North, Range 6 East of the Willamette Meridian; and Authorizing the County Executive to Pursue Disposal of the Property by Sale, Exchange or Lease Pursuant to Chapter 2.110 of the Pierce County Code, “Property Management”. (Declaration of Surplus Real Property - Authorization to Dispose)