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Public Meetings for the week of Aug. 18

The Columbian
Published: August 18, 2019, 6:00am


Camas City Council, City Hall, 616 N.E. Fourth Ave., Camas.

– 4:30 p.m., workshop: cross boundary service area overlay agreement, Workforce Southwest Washington presentation, interlocal agreement for monitoring of registered sex offenders, 2020 budget readoption process and 2020-2025 financial forecast assumptions.

– 7 p.m., regular meeting: 2019 citywide asphalt overlay project bid award.

Port of Camas-Washougal Board of Commissioners, port offices, 24 S. A St., Washougal

– 4:45 p.m., closed-door session on personnel evaluation.

– 5 p.m., regular meeting: Steigerwald levee restoration update; waterfront development discussion; approve on-call duty policy; approve holiday, sick, annual and bereavement leave policy update; accept as complete Phase 2 of railway improvements; accept as complete natural play area; CEO, staff and commissioner reports.

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

-4 p.m. workshop: Shared Micromobility Programs, WSDOT Transportation System Management and Operations.

– 6:30 p.m., regular meeting: final construction acceptance on 39th Street water main replacement, approval of Webber Building fourth lease extension, approval of claim vouchers, public hearing on new CDBG Project: Lifeline Connections Women’s Recovery Home, multifamily tax exemption: Mill Plain Center phase II and multifamily tax exemption: VW 10 Apartments. Executive session to follow on city manager performance evaluation.

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

– 6 p.m., study session: fire annexation.

– 7 p.m., regular meeting: utility tax, Vancouver Housing Authority presentation.

Woodland City Council, Council Chambers, 200 E. Scott Ave., Woodland.

-6 p.m., reception: Cowlitz County sheriff presentation in honor of Deputy Justin DeRosier and recognition of Woodland Police Department.

– 7 p.m., regular meeting: appointment for unexpired term for council Position No. 7, authorize purchase of vehicle for Water Treatment Plant, school capital facilities plan and impact fees, Horseshoe Lake Management Committee, authorize staff to prepare an ordinance prohibiting retail marijuana and cooperatives.

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

– 7 p.m., regular meeting: council appointment discussion, council comments on draft proclamations against Initiative 1639, council meeting procedures.

– executive session to discuss potential litigation.


Clark Regional Wastewater District Board of Commissioners, district offices, 8000 N.E. 52nd Court, Vancouver.

– 7 a.m., regular meeting: commissioner reports, general manager reports on annual update of Strategic Workforce Development Plan and update of 2020 Strategic Business Plan.

Clark Public Utilities Board of Commissioners, utility office, 1200 Fort Vancouver Way, Vancouver.

– 9 a.m., regular meeting: report on NoaNet, a nonprofit wholesale broadband and telecommunications provider, consider resolutions of intent to form two local utility districts, report on June financials, report on June wholesale operations, report on water revenue bond sale.

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

– 4 p.m. Planning Commission interviews in Conference Room B.

– 6 p.m. regular meeting: public hearings on Road Vacation Northeast 35th Avenue, code amendment for solid waste enforcement, Interstate 5/179th Street area funding option and development agreements.

Vancouver Hearing Examiner, City Hall, 415 W. Sixth St., Vancouver.

– 6 p.m., land use hearing: public hearing on Columbia Shores Subdivision project dividing 0.92-acre lot into 15 attached single-family residential lots, public hearing on Crowe’s Bait project requesting conditional use and site plan approval to convert single-family residence to commercial use.


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

– 9:30 a.m. Planning Commission interviews in Conference Room B. Executive session to follow to evaluate qualifications of Planning Commission applicants. Council vote on appointments to follow.

– 1 p.m. council time in Conference Room 698 followed by executive session on pending litigation.

Vancouver Parks & Recreation Advisory Commission, City Hall, 415 W. Sixth St., Vancouver.

– 3 p.m., regular meeting: recreation program update, PIF rate amendment public meeting, Vancouver Public Schools report, Evergreen Public Schools report, Parks Foundation report.

Clark County Commission on Aging, Public Service Center, sixth-floor hearing room, 1300 Franklin St., Vancouver.

– 4:30 p.m., regular meeting: PeaceHealth’s Palliative Care program will discuss the importance of seniors advocating for themselves and the resources available to plan for future health care needs, such as completing a health care directive and durable power of attorney.

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Port of Camas-Washougal Board of Commissioners, port offices, 24 S. A St., Washougal.

– 5:30 p.m., special “Coffee Talk with the Commission” meeting to allow informal questions and discussion with port commissioners.


Southwest Washington Accountable Community of Health Board of Trustees Meeting, Clark College Columbia Tech Center Campus, Room 144, 18700 S.E. Mill Plain Blvd., Vancouver.

– 9 a.m., regular meeting.

Vancouver Housing Authority Board Of Commissioners, 2500 Main St., Vancouver.

– 9:30 a.m., work session: 2020 move to work plan. n 10 a.m., regular meeting: approval of pre-development funds for Central Park Place, approval of pre-development funds for Plum Meadows, approval of pre-development funds for Esther Short, approval of land acquisition from Vancouver Public Schools.

Ridgefield City Council, Ridgefield Administrative Civic Center, 510 Pioneer St., Ridgefield.

– 5:30 p.m., study session: 2020 baseline budget presentation.

– 6:30 p.m., public hearing: on previous action taken regarding emergency moratorium about gasoline stations in Commercial Neighborhood Business zone.