The council is expected to approve the nomination of George Hurst to the Planning Commission, one of four items on the unanimous consent agenda. The council also is expected to approve the city’s use of a new US Bank Voyager Fleet Systems Fuel Program, which was awarded a contract by the state. The new fuel program will start in April, so there will be a contract through March with the previous vendor, Comdata Corporation. A 1996 Freightliner dump truck and pup trailer, valued at more than $10,000, is scheduled to be sold via an auction by James E. Murphy Company and the proceeds from the sale will go to Equipment Rental Replacement Fund 510. Finally, the council is expected to pass a voucher approval (claims and payroll).
Time permitting, the council will then recess to a work session format to discuss the process for interviewing, appointing and confirming applicants to city of Lynnwood Boards and Commissions.
Lynnwood current has these boards and commissions: Arts Commission, Civil Service Commission, Historical Commission, Library Board, Neighborhoods and Demographic Diversity Commission, Parks Board, Planning Commission and Tourism Advisory Committee.