Public can comment on interim zoning for eating and drinking establishments

  • Thursday, August 26, 2021 9:32am
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Mercer Island City Council will hold a public hearing at its special meeting on Aug. 31 regarding interim zoning and official controls for existing eating and drinking establishments on the Island.

The public can comment on an ordinance to grant temporary permission for establishments to temporarily utilize public property and private parking areas for outdoor dining use, as approved by Ordinance No. 21C-16.

The meeting and hearing will begin sometime after 5:30 p.m. on Zoom. Council will attend an executive session from approximately 4-5:30 p.m.

Comments can be made during the public hearing by either calling in or logging onto the meeting as a Zoom attendee. The city clerk will also accept written comments until the public hearing is adjourned. For detailed instructions, visit https://www.mercerisland.gov/citycouncil or https://letstalk.mercergov.org/councilconnects.


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