Former Lynnwood Mayor Don Gough is scheduled to be honored for his service to the city at Monday night’s City Council business meeting in the Council Chambers.
Earlier this month, the Washington State Senate adopted a Resolution recognizing Gough for serving as Lynnwood’s Mayor from 2006 through 2013. State Sen Marko Liias is scheduled to read and present the Senate Resolution. In addition, current Mayor Nicola Smith will present a plaque and other items of recognition to Gough.
Also on the agenda is a public hearing on electric vehicles. The city is proposing amendments to single-family and multi-family zoning regulations to allow Level 1 and 2 battery charging stations as accessory structures and uses. There also are amendments to the commercial, public and semi-public, industrial, mixed use/business, commercial/residential and college-district mixed use zone regulation to allow Level 1, 2 and 3 battery electric vehicle charging stations and battery exchange stations as accessory or conditional uses.
The City Council is expected to act on the proposals after the public hearing. The council also is expected to approve a motion supporting the C3 Modified Light Rail Alignment and Station Location so that it may be considered by the Sound Transit Board in April.