CP Council


When: Monday, 7 p.m.
Where: College Place City Hall, 625 S. College Ave.
graduation: Presentation of certificates to police reserve academy graduates.
homestead village: Public hearing for proposed utility reimbursement agreement for Homestead Village subdivision to allow developer to recover costs for water and sewer expansions which benefit future developments. Also approve final plat for phase 1B of development consisting of 32 lots located south of Southwest Doans Lane.
Rezone: Consider request from Kris Keller for extension of time limit on rezone of property at Southwest Davis Avenue and Southwest Eighth Street.
insurance: Authorize city administrator to execute insurance renewal documents with Cities Insurance Association of Washington and expenditure of $125,350 for premium.
water debt: Discussion of long-term debt for city water system improvements.

When: Monday, 6 p.m.
Where: Dixie School
GOALS: Discuss district goals for 2009-2010.
PROGRAMS: Consider state and federal programs review.
COMPLIANCE: Consider authorizing signing of basic education compliance form.
REPORTS: Hear reports from superintendent and business manager.
When: Monday and Tuesday. Monday meeting will start at 9:30 a.m. Afternoon session begins at 1:45 p.m. Tuesday workshop will begin at 9 a.m.
Where: Walla Walla County Public Health and Legislative Building, 314 W. Main St.
surplus: Consider declaring certain property surplus and disposing of it.
historical documents: Consider entering into disaster recovery storage service agreement with the state Division of Archives and Records Management for secure offsite storage of duplicated historical court documents.
wine valley: Discuss and potentially take action on a county hearing examiner recommendation on the Wine Valley Development.
public hearings: Hold hearings to consider requests from the county Public Works Department to: Amend county codes to include a public works fee schedule; adopt new stormwater code provisions; amend county codes related to streets, sidewalks and public places; and consider adopting new roadway design standards.


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