Five days of meetings this week for the Council, kicking off with the final vote on the citywide MHA legislation.
Another busy week coming up.
Some fireworks Monday afternoon.
A pivotal meeting for the MHA legislation, and more.
The Council has some catching up to do after several meetings were cancelled last week, though this is a short week because of the Presidents’ Day holiday.
Plus: Mayor Durkan gives the annual State of the City address, and perhaps the last public hearing on the pending MHA legislation happens Thursday evening.
It’s a short week, with a couple of meeting cancellations… and don’t be surprised if the weather causes a couple more before we’re done. (update: Monday’s Council Briefing and full City Council meeting have been cancelled)
A new month, and a busy week for the Council.
This is a rare “fifth week” for the Council: half of the Council committees meet the first and third weeks of the month, and the other half meet the second and fourth weeks. So the committee schedule is very light. Still, things are happening that are worth paying attention to…
A four-day week, but plenty of meetings nonetheless.
It’s going to be a very busy week on the second floor of City Hall — especially on the MHA legislation.
Note: the Council has modified the start times of several of its committee meetings this week because of “Viadoom” — generally pushing morning meetings later, and afternoon meetings earlier. Check the posted calendar to make sure you have the time right!