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Tuesday, February 6 beginning
at 4 p.m. in Council Chambers
The City of Chelan City Council, Department Heads, Administrator and Mayor Cooney will meet in a special session on Tuesday, February 6, in Council Chambers beginning at 4 p.m. for a workshop on upcoming City Council topics and issues.
Mike Jackson – City of Chelan Administrator
Administrator Mike Jackson told the Council at its last Council meeting on January 23 that he would consider a motion consideration on the proposed curbside recycling program. “I would like to bring forward a request to purchase recycling containers,” said Jackson. These containers will include residential (64 gallon) and commercial (96 gallon) containers. The recycle program, which Jackson would like to see rolled out around the April Earth Day event is expected to help reduce sanitation costs to the City. Action is expected on this issue.
Another topic of great interest to residents in Chelan is Affordable Housing. One of the great problems voiced by many developers at the recent Town Hall meeting was the cost of hooking up water and sewer. According to developers and builders, the cost is a killer to any project looking to be affordable. The workshop will explore the possibility of lowering those costs if a developer and/or builder is building affordable housing.
Mayor Mike Cooney is pushing for solutions to the Affordable Housing Crisis
Other issues may or may not be discussed depending on time constraints.
While the public is welcome at all City Council meetings, public input at the workshop will only be taken up on Council approval.