Snoqualmie council calls special meeting to discuss events coordinator contract, ethics hearing officer; meeting will be live-streamed

  • Tuesday, October 31, 2017 12:50pm
  • News

The Snoqualmie City Council is holding a public meeting at 7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 30, at Snoqualmie City Hall, to discuss, among other things, the city’s contract with events coordinator Lizzy Billington. It was revealed at last week’s city council meeting that the council had learned they were paying Billington in advance for work that may not have been performed.

Also on the agenda for tonight’s special meeting are the possible appointment of a Snoqualmie Ethics Hearing Officer.

The meeting will begin with two executive (closed to the public) sessions, at which the council will discuss existing litigation and potential litigation involving the city. Billington’s contract is the next item on the agenda, followed by a discussion on the ethics hearing officer.

While a quorum of the Council will be present, there will be no opportunity for public comment at this meeting.

The meeting will be live streamed on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2pi-Gqw8OaU.

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