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Yelm Public Safety Building & City Council Chambers

On the City Council Agenda tonight:

1. The City of Yelm will “continue the Public Hearing to consider the Final 2011 Budget tonight at 7pm.
Ed. Note: An immediate voting of the ordinance will follow, since no one will show up to comment, just like last meeting.”

2. The Yelm City Council will vote in the
“City of Yelm/Yelm Area Chamber of Commerce Services Agreement”

“To approve and authorize Mayor Harding to sign the attached Service Provider Agreement between the City of Yelm and the Yelm Area Chamber of Commerce for the period January 1, 2011 December 31, 2011 in the amount of $7,500.00.”

Mayor Harding is also the Chamber President & should recuse himself and turn-over the conversation on this issue to mayor Pro-tem Isom.

3. The Yelm City Council will
“Adopt Ordinance No. 930 amending Chapter 16.10 Yelm Municipal Code relating to speed limits and school zones within the City of Yelm.
Adopt Resolution No. 518 establishing speed limits greater than 25 MPH on certain City Streets.
The Yelm Transportation recommended that the speed limit on Killion Road be raised to 35 MPH to its intersection with the Yelm Loop (SR 510 Alternate) in order to support the intended use of the Loop as a quicker alternate route than Yelm Avenue (SR 510).”

4. The Yelm City Council will
“Adopt Resolution No. 517 requesting the Washington State Department of Transportation raise the speed limit on SR 510 between mile post 12.70 to mile post 13.28 from 35 to 45 miles per hour and to raise the speed limit on SR 510 Alternate between mile post 13.28 and 14.69 from 35 to 45 miles per hour.
The SR 510 Yelm Loop SR 510 Alternate has been designed for a speed limit of 50 miles per hour and is to be posted at 45 miles per hour upon completion.”

5. The Yelm City Council will
“Adopt Ordinance No. 931 relating to development regulations and water connections; establishing a process and standards for issuance of building permits subject to availability of City water service; ratifying and confirming prior acts; and, providing for effective date and period of regulations.”

Posted by Steve on December 14, 2010 at 5:55 am | Permalink

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