Sunday, May 22, 2022
May 22, 2022

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Agendas for the week’s government meetings

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Monday

Vancouver City Council, City Hall, 415 W. Sixth St., Vancouver.

  • 4:30 p.m. workshop: an update on the Affordable Housing Fund and homelessness prevention projects and an update on the parking status for a new downtown elementary school.
  • 7 p.m., regular meeting: public hearing on a development agreement for the 192nd Ave. Plaza and a zone change for the Caples Terrace project. An appeal hearing is also scheduled on the decision to approve the day center.

Washougal City Council, City Hall, 1701 C St., Washougal.

  • 5 p.m., workshop: supplemental professional services agreement with Harper Houf Peterson Righellis.
  • 7 p.m., regular meeting: amendment to camping areas and permits and adding a new chapter to camping in public places ordinance.

Camas School District, District Office, 841 N.E. 22nd Ave., Camas.

  • 5:30 p.m., regular meeting: 2017 School of Distinction for Hayes Freedom High School.

Woodland Public Schools, Room 2203, Woodland High School, 1500 Dike Access Road, Woodland.

  • 5:30 p.m., regular meeting: policy readings on emergency response plans and diapering of students.

Hockinson School District, library, Hockinson High School, 16819 N.E. 159th St., Brush Prairie.

  • 6 p.m., regular meeting: real property acquisition and Citizen’s Advisory Committee appointment approval.

Battle Ground City Council, City Hall, 109 S.W. First St., Battle Ground.

  • 6 p.m., workshop: sign code.
  • 7 p.m., regular meeting: notice of intent to annex 4.5 acres on the east side of North Parkway Avenue, city beautification program.

Yacolt Town Council, Town Hall, 202 W. Cushman St., Yacolt.

  • 7 p.m., regular meeting: Mosquito Control Board activity update, Clark County interlocal agreement for building department services.

Tuesday

Port of Vancouver, 3103 N.W. Lower River Road, Vancouver.

  • 9:30 a.m., commission meeting: unfinished business: five-member board of commissioners.

Clark County Council, Public Service Center, 1300 Franklin St., sixth floor, Vancouver.

  • 10 a.m., regular hearing: Resolution to create a Mental Health Sales Tax Funding Advisory Board, approval to apply for Washington State Archives local records grant, approval of agreements with the small cities and Columbia Land Trust to distribute conservation futures revenue, Clark County Clean Water Fund grant, approval of bonds for Conservation Futures program, Chapter 2.33A re: selling surplus property to original owner, precinct boundary changes.
  • 1:30 p.m., work session: 2018 pending dockets.

Clark County Civil Service Commission, conference call 360-397-2029.

  • 1 p.m., special session: procedure for appeal hearings, action on background investigations, vacancy on the commission.

Educational Service District 112, Columbia Room, 2500 N.E. 65th Ave., Vancouver.

  • 3 p.m., special meeting: Agenda includes revision of sick leave and employee classification categories.

Clark Regional Wastewater District, 8000 N.E. 52nd Court, Vancouver.

  • 3 p.m., commission meeting, agenda at: crwwd.com.

Vancouver Planning Commission, council chambers, 415 W. Sixth St., Vancouver.

  • 4 p.m., workshop: agenda includes a presentation on an amendment to the Shoreline Management Program and a presentation on the 5th Plain Creek Station Comprehensive Plan.

Vancouver Public Schools, Robert C. Bates Center for Educational Leadership, 2921 Falk Road, Vancouver.

  • 4 p.m., workshop: capital projects.
  • 5:15 p.m., regular meeting: agenda includes approving of new course proposals, agreements with contractors and engineers for construction at some campuses.

Ridgefield School District, Room 311, Ridgefield High School, 2630 S. Hillhurst Road, Ridgefield.

  • 5 p.m., regular meeting: presentations on bond project monthly update, School Safety Night and school boundary and start times.

Evergreen Public Schools, Administrative Service Center, 13501 N.E. 28th St., Vancouver.

  • 5:30 p.m., special meeting: agenda includes approval of facilities policy and school calendar.

La Center City Council and Planning Commission, Public Works office, 305 N.W. Pacific Highway, La Center.

  • 6 p.m., work session: transportation element of the Capital Facilities Plan.

Clark Communities Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee, Center for Community Health, 1601 E. Fourth Plain Blvd., Vancouver.

  • 6 p.m., meeting: public comment, discuss draft 2018 work program, welcome applicants to serve as committee members, 2018 MURP Planning Workshop Application, Open Public Meetings Act.

Washougal School District, District Office, 4855 Evergreen Way, Washougal.

  • 6:30 p.m., regular meeting: reading of policies on digital citizenship and media literacy and sick leave.

La Center School District, library, La Center High School, 725 N.E. Highland Ave., La Center.

  • 7 p.m., regular meeting: approval of portable purchase, policy readings on restraint, isolation and other uses of reasonable force and complaints concerning staff or programs.

Wednesday

Clark County Board of Health, Public Service Center, 1300 Franklin St., Vancouver.

  • 9 a.m., public meeting: records management; legislative update; and flu update.

Behavioral Health Advisory Board, Clark College Main Campus, Scarpelli Hall, Room 214, 1933 Fort Vancouver Way.

  • 4 to 6 p.m., regular meeting

Port of Ridgefield, 111 W. Division St., Ridgefield.

  • 3 p.m., special commission meeting: public hearing on sale of port-owned property.

Clark College, 1933 Fort Vancouver Way, Vancouver.

  • 3:30 p.m., work session.
  • 5 p.m., regular meeting: agenda includes 2016-2017 financial statement. La Center City Council, City Hall, 214 E. Fourth St., La Center. n 7 p.m., regular meeting: 2017 year-end finance report.

Clark County Council, Public Service Center, 1300 Franklin St., sixth floor, Vancouver.

  • 10:30 a.m., work session: salmon recovery and watershed planning update.
  • 12:30 p.m., council time.

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