With one of the shortest agendas in recent memory, councilmembers are not expected to make any decisions but will hear some presentations during this meeting.
The last time a City of Ferndale City Council member was formally admonished was in 2010.
Qualifying projects must be at least 3 stories tall, provide at least 15 residences and be new developments.
Election law requires candidates to file within 2 weeks of their filing as a candidate.
This followed an investigation led by Councilmember Kate Bishop into an employee grievance filed by Ferndale Police Chief Kevin Turner.
On the agenda is a presentation about 2019 building permit applications, approving a revision of the "hidden message" resolution approved at the last meeting and official admonishment of a councilmember.
"What is our end goal to spending $10,000 of not our money? At the end of this ethics complaint, what is going to happen?"
A rewritten resolution is expected to be on the agenda for the next regular City Council meeting on Tuesday.
FERNDALE, Wash. — A Seattle television news crew made the trip to Ferndale to be at last night's regular City Council...