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Weekly Report – March 27, 2021

Normandy Park City Manager
City Manager Mark Hoppen
March 27, 2021

Highline Forum.  At the Highline Forum meeting this past Wednesday, representatives discussed future operating procedures and viewed a presentation on StART (delineated in a previous City Manager’s Weekly Report).

South King Housing and Homelessness Partnership. The Partnership, consisting of 10 South King County cities and King County, including Normandy Park, met Friday afternoon, reviewing a draft resolution discussing the formation of an advisory board to SKHHP that will comment to the board on issues relating to land and/or money resource allocation.  The committee will have no authority and no entitlement to review.

 Signing off weekly City Manager Weekly Reports.  I’ve worked as a paid employee over 55 years, as a professional over 46 years, as an administrator over 38 years, and as a municipal official over 31 years.  April 7, the day before my 70th birthday, is my last day.  Over those years, I’ve scraped, scrubbed, sanded, caulked, painted, varnished, bottom-painted, lesson-planned, taught, coached, disciplined, learned, strategized, budgeted, programmed, counseled, mediated, negotiated, managed, led, and built.  The skills, people and products of all that are by-and-large connected to me in some way every day, and I’m grateful for all those opportunities and experiences.  Enotices will continue normally after April 7.  City Manager’s Weekly Reports?  Until a new City Manager is appointed by the City Council, commits to a contract, passes a background check, and begins work, the City Manager’s Weekly Report will be on hiatus.

Signing off weekly City Manager Weekly Reports…

Mark E. Hoppen, City Manager

City of Normandy Park
801 SW 174th Street
Normandy Park, WA 98166
(206) 248-8246 (Direct Phone)

Weekly Report – June 18, 2021

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