"Pierce County Council Agenda News for Tuesday, February 29, 2000"

"Pierce County Council Agenda News for Tuesday, February 29, 2000."

“Pierce County Council Meeting3:00 p.m., February 29930 Tacoma Avenue South, Room 1045TacomaOrdinancesA proposed ordinance vacating a portion of North Shore Boulevard in the Fox Island area is set for a Council hearing March 28.A proposed ordinance granting South Fork Estates Homeowners’ Association a non-exclusive franchise for a sanitary sewer pipeline in Pierce County is set for a Council hearing March 21.A proposed ordinance vacating a portion of Poe Avenue in the Dash Point area is set for a Council hearing April 4.A proposed ordinance vacating a portion of 162nd Street South in the Spanaway area is set for a Council hearing March 28.A proposed ordinance making revisions to the maximum speed limits on certain county roads; directing the County Engineer to implement the limits through use of appropriate traffic control devices; and setting an effective date is set for referral to the Public Works Committee.ResolutionsA resolution declaring the intent to vacate a portion of Poe Avenue in the Dash Point area is set for final consideration.A resolution requesting the Pierce County Public Works and Utilities Department to place appropriate traffic signs on 92nd Street East to recognize the historical name of Van Ogle’s Ford Road in the Elhi Hill area is set for final consideration.A resolution declaring the intent to vacate a portion of Gig Harbor Drive Northwest/Gig Harbor Cemetery Road Northwest in the Gig Harbor area is set for final consideration.A resolution setting the date of an evening Council meeting in Council District No. 1 for Tuesday, May 30, 2000, in the Bonney Lake Public Safety Building, 18421 Old Buckley Highway, Bonney Lake, is set for final consideration.A resolution urging the Washington State Legislature to support House Bill 2392, creating a joint task force on local governments to complete a thorough study of the delivery of government services and the allotment of revenues is set for final consideration.Other BusinessPresentation on Overview of Community Mental Health System by Dick Towell, President and CEO of Greater Lakes Mental Healthcare.”

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