An item on tonight’s Ferndale City Council agenda was whether or not to grant Ferndale Mayor Jon Mutchler’s request for health benefits for himself and his family.
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According to materials assembled by the city in preparation of an upcoming Hearing Examiner meeting, a project to restore a building on Barrett Road to use as a hotel is described as
an extended stay transient accommodation facility in existing structure on site, previously occupied by [an] assisted living facility.
During the city council Finance & Administration Committee meeting Wednesday, January 27th, the new Mayor of Ferndale, Jon Mutchler, asked committee members to recommend to City…
One of the most frequent complaints received at city hall is about traffic. Second is about streets that have fallen into disrepair over the years. Neither issue is cheap to address but recently the staff at City of Ferndale have been able to secure funds from a variety of sources to enable doing some road repair work on well-traveled routes.
Given the recent general election resulted in three new members of the Ferndale City Council, city staff held a council retreat to provide a overview of city finances, operations and departmental structure. The entire council, the mayor and city administrative staff met for over 6 hours in the conference room at the Police Department building on Monday, January 11th.
After a brief period of presentations by applicants for the Ferndale City Council seat vacated when, now Ferndale Mayor, Jon Mutchler was sworn in, the seated councilmembers were able to whittle down the list to three. Mick Jolly, Victor Boulos and Cathy Watson were the nominees voted on tonight, January 4th, during the first regular Ferndale City Council meeting of 2016.
Tonight’s Ferndale City Council meeting will be an interesting one. There will be the swearing in of 3 newly elected councilmembers and mayor and then they will…
When Ferndale Councilmember Jon Mutchler is sworn in as Mayor of Ferndale at the January 4th city council meeting, his seat on the Ferndale City Council will become vacant. In anticipation of this, city staff have been accepting applications up until end-of-day yesterday, December 28th.
During August 2015, citizens of Ferndale were asked to participate in what city staff referred to as the Ferndale 2036 Public Survey. It was reported the results of the survey would be used by city staff “to shape our rewrite of the Comprehensive Plan” and “used by city staffers in drafting policy.”
The following are the results of the survey which 94 people participated (approximate margin of error ±10%).