CALL TO ORDER & ROLL CALL, 7:30 PM
This is the time set aside for members of the public to speak to the Commission about issues of concern. If you wish to speak, please consider the following points:
· Speak audibly into the podium microphone
· State your name and address for the record
· Limit your comments to three minutes
(Note: The Commission may limit the number of speakers and modify the time allotted. Total time for appearances: 15 minutes)
APPROVAL OF MINUTES
Minutes from July 15, 2009
Agenda Item #1
Shoreline Master Program science question and answer session with Barbara Nightingale, Regional Shoreline Planner, Washington State Department of Ecology
Exhibit 1: Barbara Nightingale Bio
Exhibit 2: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service - Nearshore Habitat Use by Juvenile Chinook Salmon in Lentic Systems of the Lake Washington Basin - Annual Report, 2003 and 2004.
Exhibit 3: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service - Movement and Habitat Use of Chinook Salmon Smolts and Two Predatory Fishes in Lake Washington and the Lake Washington Ship Canal - 2004-2005 Acoustic Tracking Studies
Exhibit 4: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service - Movement and Habitat Use of Chinook Salmon Smolts, Northern Pikeminnow, and Smallmouth Bass Near the SR 520 Bridge – 2007 Acoustic Tracking Study
Agenda Item #2
Regulation options of SMP update for shoreline stabilization structures (i.e. bulkheads/soft shore armoring)
Exhibit 5: Draft Shoreline Stabilization Provisions and definition of “Feasible”.
Exhibit 6: Existing Mercer Island code; WAC language; and proposed and existing peer jurisdiction language for repair of existing shoreline stabilization.
Exhibit 7: Existing Lake Edge Condition
Exhibit 8: Existing code provisions and WAC language related to emergency repair.
Council Liaison Report
Planned Absences for Future Meetings
Announcements & Communications
Next Regular Meeting: August 19, 2009