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A morning retreat of Councilors to discuss and forward recommendations for action at a subsequent meeting of the Lincoln City City Council will be held Saturday at Oregon Coast Community College.

The meeting is open to the public, but there will be no opportunity for public comment.

Goals and priorities intended to be addressed in a free-flowing discussion will include:

Development of Parks & Recreation facilities, including adaption of a master plan and development of a teen center; modernization of police services; expansion of economic opportunities in regards to broadband and living wage jobs; infrastructure maintenance and funding for sewer capital plan and street overlay projects; workforce housing; emergency preparedness; and financial policies regarding things such as Fireworks safety campaign and a plastic ban plan.

Also expected to be addressed are concerns regarding the extent of City involvement in social and welfare services; code enforcement; and water resource capacity and wastewater treatment.

WORK SESSION AGENDA

CITY COUNCIL AGENDA

The workshop is scheduled to start at 8:30 a.m. in Room 108 of the community college at 3788 SE High School Dr. in Lincoln City.

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