b"ADVISORY BOARDS|CITY NEWSn PLANNING COMMISSIONThe purpose of the Planning Commission is to provide guidance and direction to the City Council on Burien's future growth through review, analysis, and recommendations regarding the City's Comprehensive Plan and related land use documents. View current Planning Commission members at burienwa.gov/planningcommission.In 2019, the Planning Commission provided recommendations to Council on revisions to regulations for accessory dwelling units, the Burien Urban Center Plan, updates to the temporary sign code, revisions to the zoning code that would encourage multifamily development in multifamily zones, and a pilot program for affordable housing demonstration projects. They also started a discussion about how to provide for different housing types such as townhomes, duplexes, or triplexes in single-family zones.MEETINGS:When: 7:00 p.m.Second and fourth Wednesdays of the month Where: Burien City Hall, 400 SW 152nd St, Council Chambersn HUMAN SERVICES COMMISSIONThe Human Services Commission advises Council on issues related to human services.Identify and assess the human services needs in the cityRecommend priorities and approaches to address human services needs within the cityReview human services funding requests submitted to the City and make fundingallocation recommendationsReview performance of human services agencies and programs that are funded by the CityMEETINGS: When: 6:308 p.m.Second Wednesday of the month Where: Burien City Hall, 400 SW 152nd St, Third Floor, Miller Creek Conference Roomn BURIEN AIRPORT COMMITTEEThe Burien Airport Committee provides guidance to Council on topics related to the airport, including: Positive and negative impacts of the airport to the Burien communityLand use issues and interlocal agreementsMitigation of airport impacts Recommendations on ways to protect residents from negative impacts, and ways for residents and businesses to take advantage of positive airport impactsIn 2019, the Burien Airport Committee provided recommendations to Council which resulted in the adoption of three resolutions and various letters to state, federal, and Port of Seattle representatives related to airport growth, safety, noise, and health impacts. They recommended suspension of Buriens participation in the Sea-Tac Stakeholder Advisory Round Table (StART) until revisions can be made to make StART more collaborative and productive. The Burien Airport Committee also provided helpful information in support of the Citys lawsuit with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) on the Categorical Exclusion to the 250 degree turboprops turns over Burien, and to other studies occurring.MEETINGS: When: 6:00 p.m.Third Tuesday of the month Where: Burien Community Center, 14700 6th Ave SW, Burien, WA 98166SPRING 2020| 9"