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Weekly Report – September 4, 2020

Normandy Park City Manager
City Manager Mark Hoppen
September 04, 2020

2nd Comprehensive Plan Public Hearing.  A second public hearing on the 2020 Comprehensive Plan Docket will be held on Thursday, September 17th at 7:00pm via Zoom. The link to use for the meetings is: (or call 201-253-215-8782 and use Meeting ID # 898 2457 3350). The meeting will welcome public comment. The Planning Commission will hold further discussion on all items. After this second hearing and discussion, the Planning Commission will make recommendations that will be transmitted to the City Council.

Labor Day Weekend and COVID-19.  People in all age groups have died because of this disease. All of us can keep this disease from spreading, as it did dramatically in the weeks following the last holiday. All Washington State health departments are recommending that we keep gatherings small, five or fewer people per week. Stay outside if possible; fresh open air circulates better than interior air. Wear a mask properly. Maintain six feet of distance. Stay close to home. Get tested if exhibiting symptoms. Get tested if you have participated in any gatherings, social, civic, business, political, athletic, or similar groups. Wash your hands, cover your cough, and keep up your best hygiene practices. We all need to be responsible this long weekend to avoid symptomatic and asymptomatic spread of the disease in the coming weeks.

Have nice Labor Day weekend!

“All Washington State health departments are recommending that we keep gatherings small, five or fewer people per week.”

Mark E. Hoppen, City Manager

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

Weekly Report – November 21, 2020

Enhanced Services Facilities – Siting and Regulations in Normandy Park.  Siting and regulating of Enhanced Services Facilities (ESFs) is a hot-button topic these past few years, recently in Normandy Park. Cities must comply with State statutes for siting and regulation of these facilities. “No ESFs” is not an option under State law.

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Weekly Report – November 14, 2020

We Have to be COVID-19 Careful.  But, we can still have fun, just not in holiday gatherings outside of our immediate households. The city is co-sponsoring holiday activities with community groups like…

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