Appointment to Bremerton City Council scheduled Jan. 10

Seven candidates for District 4 position

BREMERTON – The Bremerton City Council will interview seven candidates for appointment to the District 4 council member position Jan. 10. Appointment is scheduled to follow.

The position was vacated by Greg Wheeler, who was elected mayor.

Applying for appointment:

  • Daniel Sanborn Conley
  • Marie Vila
  • Gregory C. Stewart
  • John Hurley
  • Tony Hillman
  • Darryl Scott Riley
  • Jaime L. Forsyth

The City Council will meet beginning at 5 p.m. in the Norm Dicks Government Center, 345 Sixth St., Suite 100, Bremerton. Meetings are open to the public.

Here’s the agenda.

LIMITED PRESENTATION

  • Confirm appointment of Dino Davis to the Bremerton Planning Commission.
  • Resolution approving Phase II of the East Park Final Plat.
  • Lease agreement with Pacific NW Marine Co. (dba Freedom Boat Club) for commercial office space adjacent to the Louis Mentor Boardwalk.
  • Resolution authorizing National Fish and Wildlife Foundation Five Star & Urban Waters Restoration Program Grant Application for Kitsap Lake.
  • Local agency contract with MJ Hughes Construction, Inc. for West Belfair Valley Road and Tracyton Beach Road Innovative Safety Project.
  • Illumination upgrades by Puget Sound Energy on State Route 303 (Wheaton Way) from Sheridan Road to NE Riddell Road.

BRIEFINGS & FULL PRESENTATIONS

  • Resolution adopting Kitsap County Solid and Hazardous Waste Management Plan.
  • 2018 Legislative Agenda (for use at the Association of Washington Cities City Action Days Conference).

GENERAL COUNCIL BUSINESS

  • Audit Committee briefing (Dec. 18 meeting) by the committee’s 2017 chairwoman, Pat Sullivan.

DISTRICT 4 CANDIDATE INTERVIEWS

  • Council candidate interviews are open to the public.

EXECUTIVE SESSION

  • The City Council will evaluate the applications for appointment to District 4. Executive sessions are not open to the public.

APPOINTMENT OF DISTRICT 4 COUNCIL MEMBER

  • The City Council will reconvene in public session to announce the appointment. The appointee will serve until the results of the Nov. 5, 2019 Municipal General Election are certified.

ADJOURNMENT

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