This will be the council’s last meeting for 2023
VANCOUVER – The Clark County Council will hold a special meeting at 1 p.m. Wed., Dec. 13. This will be the council’s last meeting for 2023.
The council will consider the following items at the special meeting:
- The council’s decision on the motion to adopt the flat rate on the General Fund Subordinate Levies decided on Dec. 5.
- A request from the Prosecuting Attorney’s Office to authorize the county manager to sign the quote document and contract from Axon Enterprise Inc. for Justice Premier software. The software will assist with handling and storing evidence related to the newly implemented bodycam programs from county law enforcement agencies.
- Amendment of a temporary agreement for state administration of Clark County Tourism Promotion Area fees previously approved by the council on Nov. 14.
- A resolution that ratifies and authorizes the closure of roads and bridges due to recent rainstorms and authorizes the director of Public Works/county engineer to close roads and bridges until the threat passes.
- Continuation of the Dec. 5 public hearing regarding the 2023 Emergency Supplemental Appropriation.
Council meetings are held in a hybrid format with in-person and remote attendance available. Council meetings are held in the sixth-floor hearing room in the Public Service Center at 1300 Franklin St. Remote attendees can use this WebEx link, or join by phone: 1.408.418.9388, webinar number 2497 823 2173, password BOCC.
The meeting also will be available to watch live on CVTV (Comcast channel 23/323 HD) or livestream on www.cvtv.org.
Written comments can be submitted via the county website at https://www.clark.wa.gov/councilors/public-comment or read into the record. Instructions are available here: https://clark.wa.gov/councilors/clark-county-council-meetings.
Information provided by Clark Co. WA Communications.
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