Lynnwood City Council work session rescheduled for Tuesday, Jan. 21

Due to the Martin Luther King Holiday, the Lynnwood City Council will hold its work session at 7 p.m., Tuesday, Jan. 21 in the Council Chambers.

The council is schedule to interview Historical Commission candidate Steve LaFond. The commission currently has one vacancy. Members serve for a three-year term.

LaFond moved to Lynnwood last year and already has attended several of the Historical Commission’s meetings.

In his application, LaFond wrote “I want to be involved in and contribute to the enhancement of my community and as a new resident I have an interest in Lynnwood’s history.”

City staff also is scheduled to present a status report on the Lynnwood Enterprise Application Project. The project involves a new city-wide application to replace the financial, human resources, payroll, asset management, utility billing, business licenses, project and grant accounting, fleet management, and risk management applications and combine them into one application that interact seamlessly with each other.

The council also is schedule to continue its review of council rules.

The Lynnwood City Council Finance Committee is scheduled to meet at 3 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 23 in City Hall Conference Room No. 4.

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